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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 17, 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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In every county Bradford Political Scene

.race but one developed belore
local youths received Ing program will be conducted __: i the qualifying deadline at I

sentences of probation from I| by Dr. J. C. Allford of the noon Tuesday with H. A I

Judge J. C. Adkins, Jr. in circuit University of Florida. 1 Lawson. incumbent School -

court proceedings Monday The Judge told. the youths Board member, District 2. remaining Legislative races in which Bradford County Is Involved -

afternoon. Three of the that attendance at the counseling t' the only unopposed underwent a massive change in view of the

youths were charged in connection sessions was a condi- t g candidateA I House Race Set I new 48 senator, 117 house member reapportionmentbill I

with several area burglaries tion of their probation, He r three cornered race foi passed by a special session of the Florida Legislature -
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further instructed Shannon
County Commissioner( Distill"I last week. I ,
Larry David Shannon, 18, that the terms. of his probation I 4 developed l with the enfy: of Union County lumped I
was
and Johnny Westfall, 18, were would not allow him to I I Eddie i I and Calhoun counties on the
Allen Hampton rancher Gene Shaw
Into the district with Bradfordand
west, to
both By Nassau! on the east.
placed on four years probation operate a motor vehicle, except ,
am real estate rpprewntative. : Clay, thereby Increasingthe :
This huge district was
Judge Adkins withheld for specifit such
purposes I '
the
In with
mace :Mis
chances: of a Bradfordcandidate
awarded four senat->I'S. who
adjudication of guilt on the as transportation to or fram ,
two youths subject to the school or work. A Jessie Chastaln. incumbent. KiiKene }F'. Shaw, :SO, Starke attorney qualified to claim victory. Before will run at large In the 24
| and J Maurice Edwards. Jr.
terms of their probation. Judge Adklna told the Wednesday in Tallahassee candidate for the Florida I Union was added only counties and Sen. Charley B.
as a
of, the KF.V In the District 2 Commission
I Member winning lltpxtofk judging triini, are two Clay candidates Incum- Johns of
The Starke promptly announced -
judge withheld probation youths that they must make House/ of Representatives from the newly created
on Eddie Hawkins, 17, a full restitution on the property (I-r) Tom RdM'iiril. 4i;<>aa. ;Mrlvln, and (Vil "Staliuikcr.f race, incumbent GeorgeW bent Louis Huntley of Orange for one of the posts
Roberts( Jr.. Is challenitJd house! (district> comprised! of Bradford, Clay and Union Park and James C. Wilkinson Sen.
third youth involved and or- they had stolen and added I I J. Emery I Red) Crossof
... by James M. I IBucki 1 NoitrianII Counties.) of Clay Hill had announcedfor
dered him to undergo a psychiatric that some plans. for this pur- K ni munaer Gainesville who bitterly
examination. pose would be worked out by ;., ; W. I Buster I Bennett nn,1O :: me recently enactea the post. With the entryof opposed the "run at large"

The youths were charged the court and the probation .:..nt'.1' J. I lOssiel I Norman, not lh orLawtev : apportionment plan, lirud- Union into the dhtrlct.howevel' feature for the 2nd District,
rj are candidates for the bid Clay and Union have Gene Shaw Starke
with breaking and enteringand auperv isor. .. has announced as a candidateto
grand larceny in connection The judge deferred placing' -0 ". __ District 1 School Bonrd seat bran nuMged to form one attol ney re-evaluated the situation oppose Johns and a third
with the mid-December Hawkins on probation, pendIng : being: given up by IncumbentDan home rllmlet with one sent. and promptly :announced contender in this group will

burglary of the Starke Gulf : the outcome of a psychiatric W Starling! who did not I In making his announce as a candidate for the be Sen. Hal Davis of Quincy.

and County Club. An estimated examination by 1 Dr. Ru- Jii seek re-elertlon ment. thaw: : I mail. : "I have for new post. Cross maintains that the
Basil Da I'i lot of Graham and many years consl' eyed run- Rep Clarence Roberts of
$100 worth of beer and fus Vaughn at the University huge, 300-mlIe-wlde district
whiskey was stolen from the Medical Center in Gainesville. I' \ Seeber Goodman of StaiUe: me 1 fling: for the 1 luKl.sl.uure My Lake Butler set at rest speculation should have been divided Into

club in the break-in. Hawkins was temporarily released : I seeking! election In School final decision to run came as to what he would do sub-districts. He charges that
Board 1 District 5. Eth&n: A when the new redistrlctinK! under the
Daniel Rosnowski another on his own recognizance new leapportlon- the run-at-large feature was
youth involved In the. burglary, with the warning that J -. j I Sapp Incumbent /inembei'' plull placed Bradford Clay. meat plan by announcing devised by Johns and other

was sentenced by Judge Ad- one mis-step during this perIod j I from this district dij not I and Union counties Into onedistiict Wednesday:! that he was still "Pork Choppers" as a meansof

kins In January.In could result In his. being'I' : qualify for re-election. These counties have out of the picture for the time keeping two Senate veter

addition, Hawkins and sent to prison. j I Committee Hacc close! economic social. cultural, being! Roberts said he liked ans-.Johns and Sen. B. C.

Shannon were also charged In making his decisIon A I'ace for state Democratic find political tiei.!! and I slnc being grouped with Bradfordand Peurce of Palatka-from having

with the
Service Station on U. kind had been confined to the has develop- ious iditllon..h'p! which exists! arrangement when Union I In a sub-dUtrlct

S. 301 which Involved the county jail since his arrest in ""d with Janip.s L. Temple\ and between these counties will win In a ellsU'lcllIh Columbia In the meanwhile the! new

theft of a large quantity of mid-December. The Judge told Mileu J. Temple& of Brooker II serve to Ktienxthen this house and said he might,( be a reapuortlonment, plan is hack

shotgun sheila. the youth that if he behavedhimself I qualifying for the posts distrIct In the future" candidate two years from now. In the courts again having
At the time the youths some type of probationary Member. tif. the winning 4-11 livestock judging" team. are now held by Lex Green and "The next session of the Big Senate District) been attacked by a Miami attorney -

were arrested on the country program could 'be (l-r) Steven Kimier> Walter 1'i-eMitt& Kniiirj, l"rl'\lItt. and Mien 'Mrs Lucile 11. Oreon of leulslature Is .expected to be a Bradford Is now in the who claims that It falls

club charge. Investigating officers worked out. Hitch .\d\bUlry) Bobby Tii>lur, UHxNt.tiit. (county agent, IN. In "tarke. The Greens are seek- crucial one for the Second Senatorial District, to met the "one-man, one-

found several Items All three youths. Shannon, r..llr IIIH re-election. Clay, and Union along) with 24 other counties vote" ruling, of the U. S. Supreme -
which had f>een stolen in oth- Hawkins and Westfall pleaded Unusual Interest was shown tilct The new appoi Bl'adfOI'd\\ Gene Shaw stretching the breadth of Court.
er burglaries. : Including the guilty to the charges 11 Local Steers Sold by candidates for the Brad plan increased> the 1 North Florida from JacksonA !
engine and transmission froma against them at their arraign- l ford County Democratic Executive legislature by only I greshlve. and who will protectthe 1 I

196.1 Ford Mustang, >tol.n ment on January 17. At that I Committee. with the yet reduced the number of I intezesb of this district aa

:In Jacksonville\ and later strip- time, Judge Adklns sentenced I 4-H FFA Judging Teams following qualifying j in the I seats from, Northwest Florida well as return to this district: I By Council Bond Trustees

ped. Another warrant againstthe Daniel Rosnowakl, a 23 year Top various precincts: and Rave to the mole populous a maximum/ of legislative
youths was issued \In Al- old federal parolee also Involved Pet. 1 : James W. Lee and areas 31 more seats than they benefits."

achua County for the burglaryof In the thefts. to a three Mary L. Lee fIncumbents.1 had in the 19(15( 8&1s101l. Thus "1 sincerely believe that my Study To
a Lake Santa Fe home. year prison term for his partIn Gainesville Livestock ShowBradford Pet. 3': Loyree Cocomlse and the next session of the legis experience In the practice' of Expand

In instructing Shannon and the burglaries. Douglas P. Hardy llncumment !utUI'will/ be a new experience law. In business and civic/ af-

Westfall of the terms of their In onus i.Pet. In Florida Bovernir.ent fnlrs qualifies me for the office. -
probation Judge Adkins said Adkins a separate cane, Judge County' 4-H nml tops In Its class. Zack his 4 : Frei Hnislon and The populous; areas will nowiiii.C If the good people of
placed two Negro '
made FFA livestock judging teams brother Tom. nml. Walter Pre- and Union Power Plant Set
that the court had arrangements youths, L. C. Kyler 13: and Joyce B. Hutche.son.Prt. majority control. They Bradford. Clay
for the Inceptionof Frank Williams, 14, on five took top honors at the llth : vatt and! Gene Melvin of 5: Lucille ]H. Green andR. ire expected. to Introduce bills counties elect me. I will devote -

a family counseling program t probation annual Greater Onlncsvilln( Brooker nil showed lilue Kib- A, I ILrxl I Oreen.Pct :if feet/ ,inn the allocations of my entire enemies to
on a chargeof
on a group bnsU to help' years larceny of an automobile. Area' Steer Show last Thurs I bon ,steers.Bradford" 6: A. B Whitehead and monir-s for primary and secnnrliiry actively and fairly repr'sent-: decision to spend $8,8SO Present firm, capacity of the

each of the youths in rehabilitating The two youths were represented day.Zack ", Pounly had 11tci'r5 J I :Mrs leoma Whitrhend.Pet. / I load: the retlKstrlbu-\ IIIH nil the people of my dis on a power plant expansion plant meaning with all five
himself. The counsel-j by Gainesville attorneyH. Kdwnrrts. local 4-H .. entered, in,l live worepiIrchn4od 'lion of certain" tax 1'Ivt'nue.ec'onRI'Y trict./ I will make evel'y .effort survey Wlmllde by the engines in operation U, 4,728
member, nl"o showed. .' 810 8: Eir/ene" L. Matthew
nn bv lotiil
H. McDonald. buyersThe nnd hlnher<< educa- to determine the opinions ofa Starke City Council and BondTrustees kilowatts, the engineer said.
pound Angus steei which anti:! Vcrnlc P. Odom I Incum-
I ) was Holirl( iv Inn !Itestniirfintwns !011. and continued efforts to- m.iloilty of the voters In my Tuesday night after Maximum load requited in

the top local T buyer withIh..ep bent I vard rcnppaitlonmrnt: and re- district upon each Issue and engineers told them the city 1965 according to plant logs
RegistrationBooks steers! and! J, I II. Oilom. Pet 9: S. O D'nmnrk and "
March 30 2 out"
will
-- April llHtrlrtlnw.! This distiict must rast mv vote aceordlnaly. "run of current by was 3.350 kilowatts.
I iLee's Drive-Inn. Restaurant! Mis May B Hatcher. ''IP lepii'sonti'd" by A U'dslator ""With an office In Stnrke. lie said the most economicalway

Open purchased. one. Odom also Pet. 10: Cleveland: SullIvan who Is qualified since.c. I am centrally lorated within 1063.Concern over the capacity of to expand the plant will

nnntrtbiili'd one cent to several ml Floy 13. Sullivan: I incumbents aR-1 the district and will always be the power plant began several probably be to add one engineby

Friday NightMrs. Queen Tonda Will steers. *" that none sold I J. ... available to the people ot my! weeks ago when Superintendent 1968 and then another
helnw 4': cents.
> per pounil. Pet 11 : Carl L. Brown and I" 'l-trict'! to hear their views. Merrill Dees told the council about three years later. That

Neva Flynn. Supervisorof Members of Bradford's winning : Mary 1). Brown. .1.1I .1I Shaw. a fourth generation plant capacity would not way the city won't be payingfor

Elections announce that 4-II( judging team are Pet. 12: Ruby Johns and C F'.orkJIan.: was born In Union meet the city's requirementsnow the extra capacity of the
: and,' Will tor. Prcvntt
Kmory
she will be In the courthouse Reign Over Fair I II $nnd! Glenn Ritch; with SteveRosier. n. I Jack I Eel>ale's. I I County moved to Bradford at if two of the five turbines second engine until it U need
Friday night. March 25. from I in early\ aae.l and irrartuata'd: were to be out of operation at ed. He said he will probably
Andrews and
13A
alternnte. :Members of'the Pet : Guy :
5 to 9 p. m. for the convenience rum Bradford County HlRhirhool one time. Dees, at thai: time, recommend an engine with a
winning Kl'A team are Jean S. Thoma-t I Incumbent! I
of persons who cannot and and l the EOC / I and the University of had one engine undergoing:! capacity of 1,500 to 2.000 kil
'I arena new Tom Kdwards: I Cee'll St.ilnakT. Pet 13B: B T. Thomas and:!
register during the regular Florirt'i\ ltd received! a decree repairs and said real trouble owatts.
building will also] be dedicat I .
< and Clcno ;Melvln. Susie H. Thomas. ,
hours. I ed! ::1 RKi'iculture: : economics inin.1t could occur If another should The power plant expansion!'
Registration books will close I Thursday on opening will day be RJK: High .Tom Rtla'nrds' BrndfmFFAer ,! '. Pet 14: Lavon Andrews and I ) fiom, the Unlvei .
on Apiil 2. The regular time School Day with a fashion placed first In showmanship Shirley N'ill Andrews. Florida and was employed by J C Fog?, Cliff Ha/en report to tell how much expansion -

lor registration is each Thurs show and band l cncertpon.; at the, show and Walter -I Pct. ISA: Jams T. Temple Rntston-Purina Co. II? retlKiied mid 1 George Flynn Sr. also] is necessary and to

day from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. sored( by the school. Prevail, Bradford( 4-11 and Lea: J. Temule. '! from Itall>ton Rum inn recommended expansion of find means of financing it, the
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I Highlight of Friday'. activIties member pl.ireil sci'nail.Chtuk I Pet 15 B: Wilbur D. Ant'iewi and In 1063! received a law de- the plant shortly after they engineers told the council\ and

I I will be the annual beauty Cnlendinc, I 13.:t S.intuFe and Olenda P. Andrews. ,M,>e from the Unl.er.slty of ,I took over its operation several bond trustees. It does not cover

Spring Dance contest pageant. Rehearsalswill HiRh Sihuol "'F.\ memhi-r. ,, NJ one qualified precincts FInn ''n and immediately entered ,! weeks ago. designing facilities for the

be held in the moining. showed. both the grand ',n.1. riot I listedIIMIKMTK.U I the general practice of :I The survey will be done ona expansion or over-seeing Installation -
BUS Students eliminations In the afternoon leserve, champion steers" Both I' I II 'law In Starke with County I cost-plus basis by the city's of the equipment:

Grades; 9-12 and the final. at night I polled! Hereford, l from the ( : ) KXKMITIONWAIt.NINfi ; : I Judue! T A. Yawn Jr He I engineers Reynold" Smith that will cost more and be
A special talent show will beheld Minta Fe River Rnnih, the has served ns County Attorneyfor and Hills of Jacksonville Ed another decluion for local officials -
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StarkeCountry Saturday afternoon emceed grand champion nicer brought ,, I Bradford County since Wilson, electrical engineer for I to make Bond TiusteesJ

Club I by Channel 4'a /RangerHal. $1.32 n pound and the reserve Assessor Jane Long i November. 10B4 In October' of the firm, said the power stuiy: C. Fogg and Cliff Hazen

March 18 A Horse Show will also be Friday.
staged by the Marion County per' pound. Caiendine! < receivedt received, homestead exemption I'ddlllIen; own law offire to complete and will analyze gineer Don Ruckman closely
8 to 12 P.M.: Sheriff's Posse and the Un- : total of 1,971 for the two IleerR. i for 1065! have not renewed Shaw Is married to the I plant lOlls and project future I about various methods of get

FeaturingTHE ion County Riding Club. II i their exemption for 1068. Un- : Allen To Run I II former Betty Lou Wal'1wrIJcht loads in order. to choose the ting the present study made

Other special events duringthe I Top Bradford/ steer. Z".rlKduitrds < le H they do by April 1 they and they reside at 132") Bes'ent most economical method of and of Installing\ the equip

MEMBERS fair will include n bnlt- I :. 819 pound.! Angus, will not be eligible for homestead -I For Commission I Road In Starke. enlarging the plant. ment. They apparently

Records casting content' and a hattie was. bought by J, I>. Olum. for exemption this year, The city's financial records thought the study expensive
Mercury Dixon
I Queen Tonda of The Bands.Bigamy I I I Continued:! on Pine Two I II Long said. 45-vear-old will also be analyzed, Wilson but decided It was necessary
j Edd.e Alen.
Recording Artists :Miss\ Tonda Dinon", Bradford I rancher and farm agency representaU Rabid Coon FoundAt said to determine If and! how "We cant do anything ntlf -

RefreshmentsContests High! School senior, will reignas i qualified Monday:! Kingsley LakeAs the expansion can be financed we have the studY." Desert:
queen of the Bradford PleaIs e. To do this future Income summed it up. City Clerk Edwards

Door .prizes County Fair and Strawberry I I No ContestIn i Brooker PTA Told No Funds as Commissioner, a ;;candidate District for Four County ,I a usual thinpr. County from all the city's utilities said funds are sufficient

Festival opening Wednesday, must be projected now to finance the survey but
Sponsored by Starke Mi Allen was born :iit Law Snnltiirlnn; Jark Trawick has
March 30. and running through By running out of power he didn't know about the end
Circuit Court proceed tev In: 1921 and later moved to KQ out hunting rabit coons. I
Recreation Department Saturday, April 2. i Have Been Allocated For SchoolA 'I with his parents the lute Joe Wilson bald he meant that by of the year
The queen contest will be ings., !! Filday afternoon, beforeJudge Hut this time it xi-pms the 1068. if the city's power requirements In other! action( the! Coun-
Allen to north Ala-
: conducted again this year by J. C. Adkln. Martha I I land Carey coon rarne. hunting him. continue to growat cil:
REMEMBER chua County whpie, he attended -
the Civltan Club. Moore Outherle and Arthur: pair of !school! board of Education recommende -I school at Waldo. He Lust Sunday afternoon Tra- the present rate of 8 per Told City Surveyor Merrill

Mar. 31 Deadlin Plans for four fun-packed Brock through' their attorney. members told the! :Brookerfhool the closing of the Brooker served In the Army duilns! I wick foun< a (roon: In the yard, cent annually the plant would McMillan:\ a playground will
Medicare Sign-up days of special activities have PTA la. t Thursday school but that the School be operating at maximum ca be required in a 12-acre sub-
; HolHs Knight. entered a plea i World: War II and after returning of his home on I Klngiley Lake
I Contact Social been announced by Ben Wills I nlht that none of the $1.21 i Board does not agreeIth |I pacity. If any engine wen out division he is laying out for a
Security to civilian life .settled and noted. that the animal acted I
contendre to the -
; special events chairman for of nolo million band: .: funds have ben( then he said. electricity In client. McMillan asked that
I Office Gainesville FU. the festival-fair. charge of bigamy allocated to Brooker or Hamp that.Hall told the group that at Hampton where he operate.mth I strangely. Thinking it I some part of town would have the requirement for a
I Clay' Dully Ranch, on SR i
Phone 372-4308 I Opening: event on Wednes Judge Adklns withheld adjudication -i only $79000 of the 11.70 mil- might be hubid.! Trawlck killed to be cut off to get the load playground be waived becausethe
ton.Boa'd 325. producing cattle. poultry i ianI
day. March 30, will be the of guilt penrtmR the ,| members Rodney Hall' lion In bond funds being! financed I the coon and sent Its head to down to the plant's capacity.In proposed subdivision is so
Mr Allen is also local -
traditional Rural-Urban Day i outcome of a pre-senter.ce In- and Art Holliday were invited i' with race track funds hay the State Board of Health I 1D62. Wilson said the small.! The five per cent required
I'hla Space Contributed representative for the
I fish fry. sponsored by the I veHigation on both defend- to a special meeting of the Is presently not allocated ac- with I where It was Identified posi- power requirements were increasing :! for a playground by a
United Farm Agency! an
Weekly to Publicize Starke Rotary Club, at 12 Brooker PTA last Thursday' I i i coiding! to Supt. Tom Casey's i I at the rate of S,6 percent city ordinance will amount to
ents.Both office on U, S. 301 three miles tive for rallies.
Community Brent by noon. Commissioner of Agriculture -I had previously pleaded and explained; to the group figures. But $61.500 of that is I I per year.
Doyle Conner will be not guilty to the chr.rpe at I' how the bond funds are allo- I I slated to be spent to purchasethe south of Starke I Trawick advises that all Wilson roughly estimated only half an acre he pointedout.

The CommunityState I the ftltured speaker preceding -: their aralgnment and ver'' originally cated. Hall also' told the group I Conway Airport lte in He Is married and tho fatherof persons) with pet In the King- I cost of the expansion at $400- I The plat Is in the southeast -

Bank the fish fry, which will scheduled to stand the recent survey of county Starke for the proposed Brad five children; a member of'! slev Lake area should have I 000. He said the equipmentcan portion of town off Wilson .-

I I be held inside the fairgrounds. trial on March 15. schools by the State Depart- I, ford-Union Area Voc-Tech the Baptist Church and the them- Inoculated HI soon as be purchased for approxImately Road.

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Mr, and. ,' Mrs., W. K. Thomson I :MJr.\ and ;Mis. V. J. 8f><'I1/o/;- I 16th Annual I and 25 cents for students. All |
Fair Band Concert
JI' nnd children of Mon- I I ler, ;Mr\ and :MIH 1 .1 I I 11. VVni-u 1 1- : M. D. Harrell I I Set proL'ceila will bu applied to tho

I tieello. spent tho weekend with I''n.11'. :\ and Mis. (David/ ('",:,,,1,1.' Book Completed March 24 To J unifotni fund.

)11 II. V. .F. Stump. und It.In"/ ;\11'''. Jerome. i Services Set
Joseph Kuye of the Lake .lolms attended I" I I Hie :Mllltus i I I I II I '''"' I M. F. Klrshner chairman of Pay For UniformsThe Art MonthIs

City VA Hospital and :Mis.Iiene \ I Hall! In :St.:;\ Augusttue,; SHin-: i Ef EfI Friday 2 P.M. I the Advertising Committee ol I
BUS Ban wilt Observed
OLADYS MOOTY i Fullwood of Lake., City'ere day iiiKhl.Mrs. ( I the Bradford County Fair Association pronent
I n concert, ut 8 .m. Thursday
.Phone 964.0651 that the 16th p
admitted to the Starke i Claiulia, Dul'iils I amiMm. I leports
M D. Harrell. 43. of Brook March' 21. in the school / In observance of Chll !Il'en'cArt j
I IIr. Nursing) Home thli: week. ;\ Shu'ollIlI1'hll"H, ; m In the annual Fair Premium Book /llidl-1,
i did Wednesday torinm. Among the fenUiroJ Month during March. Mis
I Sheriff and :\It.... P. 1 1)> Red- Al.icliuaerc; Sti lilt, y vlsllmol .-, I has just been complctacl: an:
Gow-I I 'I ..lk.' City Vete: tlns Hospital niitnberH \\ III be music from W. Seveis. count'
and Mr. : Dwight : ait'j
) EnSUe MIH.V.,. I B. Sewfll' was' In I IIh UiHh and11': nn l :Mrn.' .1. S. ;\iIi N.V.. U. Ale\iinik, .'"nMISH is In the process of being I I
reux of Spl'lnltfh'ldla8": nnjMr. t .' Alnchuii) General I I HoHpiliil( I If Snpp ,'I.t.,111'10.. :\ Biwtle. Sapp ; I \IVI lot a Alexnnil''i-i ,i'tei an extended Illness. mailed to over 4,000 aclUc: ..s>es : C.lluelol11)J'lon Gould's,! Pav- teacher. Is ranging an exhibit -
Mi Harrell wai' born; AUK!; anne. and, trumpet trio playIng I of student art each,
: And Mrs. Robert OieenjjTi'1 ,rum) :Mond.iy,, to Wednesdayfor and :Mi. and :Mrs.\ Oien Red- Kev., W. .\. I HoKiin.( :Mrs\ \\ In the area.Included I
lighter. Minion, of minor mirgery.Mr. ; dish. in Riilford. Sunday ufter- h Ii. Alexander, and, :\bt,11.5 VVilin.i i'";I 10. 1922 In Brooke'here) he in the 33-past: Dug lois Holid.iy.( Admission Thursday' at Wlnn-Dlxte .1(110(

$lflik wura vUitinK "Mr.[ and und. 1 1In.: U. 1... Tulhuit I noon. A 1"11 flu.1ev altenile-l the I linuial I ,I vial.., a llfelonK resident and book are rules entry leqtilie- will be 75 ,cents (oh' 'udulta< : in Starke A new exhibit is be-

Mrs.. Jimmy Rowe and chlldrm of Lake. City weie weekend I I :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hitch I of Aitlnir,i N. U'llH.m. ,, n II I \wa, "I'liaawed In farm.ivj.: : He ments. ';;:ata on special c\'eats. hut; mounted each ThiD-it'ny

in Sanfotd, Sundny.XIi guests of Mr. und Mrs. 1 liuvldMontfjoaiciy. and Mis.. Daisy I'earvninn" of O.iinusvillu, I I lust.. ''l'ieoat% I.iy ..Hternooon. 1 laa: member of the 13u'ookel'Oaptioat and advertising. The covci
-, and :\11.... Jack: :McConib The 1, nnd: :Mis. Church nni i was a
/ Montg omerys i Starke. nnd Mr. sports a glant-slz3d North To My Friends Of Bradford County :
War IISuivlvinsi .
World
end :Mr''' Sillio; Bvll.imy vliiti teran of
a IsO hail II.M Tufid.-iy, : we- I Tommy Johns and Bon of Jock( Orlfrts undurwent sin Florida strawberiy In bright
*< Mr. and :Mia. John GiecrHnil nlng aiipptr! guests. Hev. ,an>l lI M.icvlcnny. will visit :Mr. and (eiy I In I tin- h l..ike (l'11.V i I. A : aie his wife. Hazel

,) chllUivn, In Brndcntuu onStturdiiv Mm. F.:. F. :MontKoniviy, fr. i Mrs. A.\1.: :Moote J I'. In I llospit.il' Mond.iy.MisM 1dv lint 'eli: one daughter\ red.Miss Martha Sue McCain THIS I IS TO ANNOUNCEMY :

and Siinduv.Mr I and Jjme* :MoiitRoiiiery of : Bl.u-kxhear.. i On. Sunday Susan WI :Kli'-1' ", that on Ann Harrell; lilt Extension Home Economic: advisor !
: L. W. Van Kpp.s. and I nnthei MI* Eva Harrellanc" : CANDIDACY FOR REELECTION ;
Lake City. :Mm. Bertha. Pcntco tutuMrs. SI I like Mild ;Miss NIiuc.Mill;\ and secretary of the FAil
daughters of YnnJtton. S. U.h :Mr. imd :\11'". (Ciiiy Sale vliiteil I O. L.. Haynes; Si', were in I .en of ISelle. Mead N. J. upcnl ne lster.. MI's. Yvonne Em- Association. edited: the entliv I I

? visiting her IOIHtt'r11'H.: I :Mr. andI ii.. 1 Keith (iilliiiSliiin I Lake City on Mond.iy visiting I II I tne weekendvllli, I tilcnilSaiasolu i -. ,n n I t'\ all of Brooker. publication. AS YOUK
Brl v, PI''valt., and mother. :Mrs.OcVtrndc I I nd in i Services( will be held nt 2
: a lighter :Mis.\ Lllllnn PhlllipH. / COUNTY COMMISSIONER: I
Tackhani, who ID in I JackHonvllle Sinul.iy.MIH. I :Mr. and1..11.: Rfclman .Mrs.. H:. L :Matthew'*. ;M'W. n m. Friday. :March Id In the I

Th<'" Bradford County hospital. : Nat D.inkul of St Sti'lith and son of Atlanta. (;a. I 10.: MlddleliHi! mid, ;MiM.I.IRC Joann ScottIs I Brooker Baptist Church will' 32 Steers Go I I'KOM) I DISTRICT .1. SUII-

Cloiul l is vl.Mltinjr her" on-in- : spent the weekend with Mr. :Midillelnii. client Thui ..- Rev James Temple and Rev At Edwards Sale

I IHW i .mid. dIII 'hl"I'' Mr.I, and and Mrs'' )lel, rill Strnth. day to Monil.iy in C.iuie: ,villi, First Fair Lonnle Parker< officiating JECT TO THE I DEMOCRATIC ) ;:

Mrs :Meed Lc\vi this we,-K.Mi i' .\I'IIOSS, nil, ..t| ylu.s. : 'I'..... G... \'I"IIIII11"/: ;\ -< HiMsv, ;M.it\ Queen Contestant Burlnl will be In New Hope Thirty-two Angus steei.s '
Mol her and l UU"IChlt'r. I I'"..1.- I llien.iu A.'..idciusMr. Cfmetery under direction o' old PRIMARY: ON :MAY 3. '
: '. .inu Mrs" Morris! CullerSi | I thews at \ ani:! five heifers wjre alan i

I I'. nml icin, (U-ivlit! mid :Mrs.C.ut.'i \ init. 1"- ;Mr''. II. I.. HiMigh.Sll :\ and, :Mm." I II I. S liimletlihave :)1"i"-." .!..ailn Sci.tl, 1 18->-Bii-:, Wllllnms Thomas Funeral! average of $173 each ai

II I :: I I I' .It., vl I Id il1 ['Vt. MiirrwCatU'i :/ I I Park Ihtwe..' Slurkc-. iiioxeil I In. KeystuneHeights (old Tamp) UlimdlnR fill I I, 'IS 'he Home of Gainesville. the first annual sale held b> : I\\miltl( like to say; at t this I time that I am in fa\or

Ji.I at Knit IVtuunt i ;. :Miss\ '" rci.ilne; Stili'kliinil<1 of I /( where, I they me iii.i ii- first entry" In Ih.11.: .... North. Edwards Angus Farms at the: of building our net'nunl courthoui-v en its present

(!ta. ovt'l 1 the ureekumlMl I' Stetson. 1Inlv..lIy11". home. iiKliiK I h,' I Ili'Uilt) C'. .,.)1\- Flonda Strawberry:! QueenContest Power Plant new falrgiourid arena last I sile. or Jis' close to I the pl'e"entite! as possible.

und! Mrs .lotii'H for I he weekeml.The l o'UIII'I.ullllIl\I I .... Tyler I I l>vliv\v t this l i is l to I the best" interest and( protection
visited* Mi and, :Mm.' Chi, \eiitodfnn employes' of E.iRlen Hepaitnient 21t I. and I :\tI iii. .1. I II I '(1'ruii! it Itan Club dining the nradfird, Study Set of the animalsab of hu-.iiie-'s who hate

: II nil l liiniily.. I in Wiithmulon I ;,I I Sloie attended'' a man ami daiixhteis) 1u'iIuItiIVfl.|' County I Fair set M.irch 30- 530 pounds. i our present J property owners :

/;\ t!ti i ovvi,. the ueeki'nd. dais. on Human i u Relations,I Ann and lic-lh of ,Atlanta t <01wel" .\pril, 2. In addition to the Edward I been carrying! the tax load of the county for many

:Ml" KliniiiCiiMlubpny; 1 .. of J given bv. a representative of Sunday; vis It iii's "of ;Mi.I j 1 :Miss Reott'! I was second Unnet. Continued from Page One I cattle. J. B. White Fold thre. years.I .
H.ile.: Caine" ,,ie on :mdiiy and Mr.H. K.. n.! I >nni, an i .
Aiiburml.ilu I : is visiting. /: the I [ "-ii p In (he event last .x.-ai i Approved steps! racommend- purebred Angu, balls
I.awon.. < families I thN week" night in Lake City. Sen. and Mi- Cli.uley.. Jului1- She N sponsored, 1 lt V the Ti.l.nick !/ |. id bv Encilneer! Don Ruukmano About 30 buyers nHende: Will Appreciate Your Continued
:MrsV.' II. Uansb.v of Ijmsinj. and )ili 111111 Mis.l, l >..ive I'aulkattended ,
AuHocliite Stole In thecurrent r ri
I.oc'.il I ,.idinitl.ince.M I to )Krad- ( : eliminate a high frequency' the sale fiom vailous point Vote and Support
:Mieh., h.ii,. been visiting -
) ; I I tin* joinl $lunei.il I M'IVH'PM -
..
I im.l' County I lloxpitnl thiHweik conteHt.CVintestant.t 'olse bel'-j Ren'l'l'I' ted by the of Floilda: Eight ,,il I tlir -t I Iocci 'e.;
:\ ... R. O. IMnsbvlieie ,
:Mi. and \1'' of \l i. anil Mis i. Huy
Iniludf. I IVter" Rarfuliy.lileiin I I will I 1 ho juiljeion lew sewerage treatment plant e purchase : by F FI1 hapteis -
nnd relatives In Jacksonville \Vlllialiiii ,l i
I Pfikins I Sumliyafternoon.
SSIYIS' toaCs them ; )Mclnlii.ih, ).i l's. .Minnie I tuli-nl. I iippiMiam! "'r in I b-lh 7t>tdent have complained, the In the area JESSIE R. CHASTA1N
IM the p.ml'' two weeks.Mr. 1 \ Mis'. I Peiki'H I was
Johns .ind i ;\It... I.ncinil.i( Per- in>; ,suits and, fornuil" wear :iol.se keeps them awake at J. M. Edwai: JI''d) ) I' I
..t S. -wh.n y.u need I and Mrs. J. R. Martinof I he" mother of. )o'11II1.la, f'onseivn ,--
ty of Himpton : Mm. ViincrRosici ilsht: A cinder b ock wall willis : hoped to make thi' suitn> .1 1:1:i
I Tallahiissee were" visiting ,t Ion I Uiieetor, K.iniloljjhllodites i iI "IM Pol' AIVPlenty
.iie ..... ....., ......... of Lawti-v; Mm." KlvnMm : iudl event.
constucted and 67 lI us-
:?Mi. and ;Mm. J. >I. Dennis I I of TallahaHsee.Mlsn Judging Teams
bee Stats F. rn' '. nmt tin of Waldo: Mm.\ :Margaret 'rum plants \\111 be planted at
over t the weekend.Mrs. I!.iyle CioiUhite., visited ,
..._.. .1.1. ..'"" .rk : Hhiiiighneite.v/: of Mel- i cost of $9211.Al'ceptej .
.
; Minnie John of Chesleiton. \
:Mr. .ind i :Mrs.\ I lum.tld( : Iy1'1' Top Show
I'o..eII': .. \>.itlo ..
; ; Chapman fLake a recommendation
i I Inil. IM Mr.
.U.U.-Iar..t visiting I In Tampa "1'0.1' Thiirsdiv, I
denova.; Mrs., Klva: Si'oil '
all and .. call c..rY-1'I ; tln,1h'\ ". C. A. KligReis) foi to Snmliy. 'iv Ruckman that; the city '
cil l Keyitoiio HelKhlH! Call f IContlnupd Pi-om Paae Onpt I ., .haise septic tank cleareis for of! Style
wb.re. And remember I Watpift Lake Ulllll'I'Vul, two weeks.MJv. :MfH\ A. K S.iul'i, and MMS.irnh .-> .
I of : '
I and ;Mis.\ "" V. 1. Speng->! ) Knisei were in .1.l.icUslln 18 rents Tom Kclwnrdi: ; HO."V: moiiiK raw e\\"el'R'V Into
... that one out of two" I tot I' Altniiin of Il.iifonl.; Debut the city plant. The engineer
ler /and family /and ;Mrs. KnimaU.iiliniui ti llle S lint lo,,uy visiting ;Mr. pound AflJc, lis went tn the' ( V lr. Good Looks and
I'olk of I'.rooker. and MUhaelPowlpi %
May' save I super tant dollar .i : I vIHil.,111'; anil,I Mis.H. and, )11.... H.: P. Ki'iiner.lev. l7en. Hunk of (Iti lot esylhlo also presented an ordlranct /

.. with State ...n m.1 I I Michnel 1M.. Cole.,, Jiisi'jthBrnntle I... SpenRler in St. Augustine h!, S. .1. (Ji.idv l has been Itl ", 'nIAVnlt..I'. Pirvatt's. I,11'1\ used bv th, cltv of Holly! wojd
} .\ B.ifcfoot. :Mia Fla. which makes it
9mrm' famouslow ____ Melvlne! nilluid., Mm.' Julia Sunday., in the Veterans I Hospital at pound AnRiia wan. bought unlawful ; I Value in Boys'INCLUDING

rate. .. Call -- I (RiflhetIi.lra.; Rub.Ollfl1..... l h'In./ .' :\1"I"i's. R A. ,Colxon I l.iiki I Cilv I foi I the past month I Ho'id.iv' Inn at M .cents. !' and fo: dump: row sewerage en the I _

""UUN"MERRlrf H. | .unit Mrs. F. f. "'llInI( spent I II ml, \vlll I I ii'doi I 1'Jn sipgeiy' Iii istct.k Gene Melvln's 7'll! ( pound, An- ground Ruckmnn recoinmend,: I
Willliini Nullinim
tor "t.u.a I i I HI and. last'' weeJ In Pout I.auderdiile'' I lie will, I apptcclale, ,cinilsor (gus we"t to Sid' ioo'ltnnn'' of'i.ilnesvlllc '! ed the city {'h\I'L'eO: :; cents : ,
: all St.iike.MIH. '
!I Rd.1'Lend. of vIsitlnK :Mr\ and( :MIH.I (C. P.iIJovei. lellei'i I fiiini, nil friends., ,''' ( : at HI rents. !a H.WILLIAMS ; W. A. Stern and MHH\ ( .. 1"1 The sample! oidlnanc -
Adrlress: I llev. S .1 I firinlv.XV.Hil : "loiiml 1 out tlie 'locnl: nine
Louise Stein attended the Mrs. It O I 1.'ashy 1111.' <> is under stilly b\ City I
A-30'l
I I :I Ninth' I Itonni: : boil leern.Local |
firnnt Johannescn piano ronceit brother. R. J. Andiews\ i.t t Attoinev Oeol' e Pleice Ruck-i
I
117 N. Walnut St. I .' I Husiill.il. :u I. Luke' Cltv.. lied: llihliivi u-inni-i-i' ,
1 at the Civic Auditoi,' tn'Fie.liV .Licksonvilte. visited, their .ald
i nn>- man dum.jiim
I'aw1.1'-
APICONS I all sljles. : Tea' ., wenKmory( (; I I'rcvatl'M, I .. 7l'>"il I \
Phone PGt. 391 % night. Miss Stein Is theM: :Mnivln\ A nd the ,
rs. i'iw.a age cn ground! Is a ncalth
I I I, Mnllier l ii'itt,, ?).i",,:-111 ur, ('i.nU- pound I .Vnpil'i i hoiiKht t t hv P I'nhMX '
.. _M usa HTMHMC _AIK[. _PM(1 .1 former' .. student oft: Jolt.annesen. 'in O/nk. A lii. ovei the eek-" niit.' i :I....- "Mi.. ,. H. I.. HiiiiKli. foi) .p>2 cents. pir pound)i ,i fi athe ', hainid Thet\ l 1fa7;: 1':11: \
MflCt. MMWMIM'' HLIMIt
.Mlll. |
ill I I l I'.ftt I I'l.iie. :-01:11'1.: ... lop Minilfonl! tildCei, : II I this pioblfrn mApproved \\ .

> ll .,IM,1' Mis, II. A. I.IIW.SOII St.iln.ilu-r'n l.OL'i) :! Herefiud. ,1.1: >l two aii'.cimall.' ) : NO-IRO S199 /

\\i'ic, III I Like WnleN, Siind'ivititin I cents. Clltlel11<'n',. Fnrmei'H S3:!.SI) p"r week pay: \iale\ foi 1 .

\' \); Mr. and :Mis.. .1..... I Auction, Mnikel I : Junes Moll's. two lah't\ 1'1'11 In the du> pet |

Queen-Press .'''1'1.111' and, laniiK., I !'If 0'2) pnunil, AilRlis, 4"i: ...nt 1. nepnrtm-nt

SI,'. :-iiul :Mrs.' '' i H. ll. I llulchlnR.H / .
I Holiday Inn; Jury I l'ii'viitl't Gave Clerk Edwards' peimKklon '- \ 299"TO
wrio In Kiistls: fioni I 1"1'1- '1J') poiiml 1\IIg I"s. l III rents.Mrownlce t to :attend! the Hnnun'hoit
I
Coordinates ilnv to ;Mond.iy' to attelnl" the Feed l & Seed 1 of "! .romse for the Mun'clpil( j '.

funoial I of 1it II'. I hiitt.hiings', (3oi,,.ilnesvillo.White Finn nelal. Offlreis. Association I

step-father.t I J. 1 H I 1I.nl"II.I I liibhiin, winners\ Were. and City Clerks in Gain-'s.llle ,I Newest t easy cars Jf

J Never Mm I Harel Ititch and, Mis. I Glen H.kh'. 8:1':! t |ioiind' .A 11/011"/: :Maich! :20-23. I ''d. fabrics in popular }
Peal'I F.dwards: visited. :Mr andMis IInlilln.Inn.. 4i:: ,
(re-ts I I L. .1 ; solid colors woven {
: (Franklin I I f Ullcli I I In Tallaha. Kite's TO.'l/);) pound AIIKIIS.I.,.". vv I '
I iridescent
tpI
plaids
.ieo nvei! th weekend ", 'nl.lallh"'wH. ; Plumbing! TUB: nir.HT. POINT for the /

Need Ironing Mrs Ch.iille Pinker, IInti1'1111II..n I ( .i I itcsvil' I e. nnd, I Put C.iMtlen's.. nay you uillc.. Come" In 1..1 l .. I or fancies. Choose I

I of Cocoa, are visiting I HS!> pound AilgusI.,15 icnts. select your '''\'',rill' KSTKR-: : --7 your style regular .
:Mr. anil, MIH. \ -
1. C. Wells
yiinnlnnd
/ Parking I C"u. HltOOK fountain' p.n. TELE- -T". ivy or the smart
this eelt.Mr. .
\\
1 un.11'I I'is.. Robei Vimrheen I r.KUMI.about Henley. Sizes 8 to .(

and, ".,i1. (Iti"13. of ..hiiful.I I.I I. I Mr. Rhoden 51 ) 18. -
LOOK SHARP MEN. 'r
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I In'. \\eie weekend irnesls of ,

31t h'. ami :3d l's' "Fred, ( ii('.iinluiiL. .. Of .
: Hampton I COMFORTABLE IN
C. Ad.mis( is in SI Vuieent's BE I

) I Hosplt.ii.. I I for observation, ('1111 I I !Kliiuli'ii. !\l 1. of I /
t. 1r.I/I1P'j '
and \tie.'itmentMr. : I. I li'ii t I died I 'Tiu'-d.i\\ ia up'n, CARP'S HANDSOME .
."
: Mini :\11'" I 11nk' r.i n Hiit i Si .i tike I hospital. .. otter u brief', ( > _ _ II /
,illness. ,
pro 1111.1.IV'IUI1))\ all P Pt'i'"

ttUeHtH of Mi. and :Mrs IiltlielVhite :Ml\ Itlmdeii) u ;a.i< luiin. In I II (

\ in Ccil-ir Key. I llt.iilioul, (....ml.'. on I-'e-li. IS.. I
N
RldIlJl',1'ull1wl'lghl,I I of FSI'waa : t l I\!>\l"i and u win' II lifetime res-! \ I

,: / aI home from, Tliiusiliy to 'Ida? of the I ll.m'pton: /nie.i lie 1p49:

II Sunday.Mr., It a"I/ rlI'IIII"I'Inti/ / I /n member Charley 199TO '
I\\
: and I ;Mm" I 1'1"1' PtleshInRpr ''if I Hope' H";pt hat t Chin"ehSiiivivois \ ( -

I \ 1 .'. I )\ and Mis. Nanry (ii in, Iou
I I ...
lflc'tpi''t. hit wife I I E. I
,are spending Severn" ,,1 d.ivs In No-Irons! L
I Uerlh.i' :Mm t Khnrlpn : hit l f.. Including \ I
I Invprness. .
tIter )Levi 1 1 Rltoden nnd 5
I
p. ; sons, i Johns
\ /1 Mrs t Liietle U'lVls;, atti'iiileil I I" Waller.I Hobby. Bill, Henty and Tailored and styled to suit your ,

Ii __._. I the Contlrniation I of her" g('ii'' itti. Call; I Khoilen .11'.. .all. of I Hinip- ; taste solids woven plaids. ,
ilaii*hter." Jenifer I Davis. In St I Ion.. ; four/ 'iliiiightem.. : t II'A.Iar t: fancies and iridescents. Ivy, regular I '

Michnel's, Kpiseop.il" ,, Chinch i in ilvn O'Sleen:: of tllll'e.I : Aim.Ciuolvn and Henley styles. Sizes -. '

Oiiinesville \\",.
;Mi\ .antI, Mrs, Ceorjre Pimell l.iud.i.. nml! J.inle. )Rlnxlen all I II this question : .

,.C Newton. N C .ne. Hp 'nlll1g, of I H I ,ni itt! n; four" hi'other. *. | "Court awards for ..c,. ,_.._ -.- --_. -. .. .
ten drt>8 wnh Mis J, H. I I IIIt.i,1 i .?, .mil I.eroy Rhnden, of'n.iinptini. < personal '"

FieldsIu'1.eysvtslin.ckftsff4 I I .. Arthur" Rhoden. Pit- ( injury or death in '

I i,11c.t i .und 3t1. /eel Ftttttdofl.I ,' liability) suits are now run Ntf( .NE iRONIAJt)!

I II""H'''1 Helming.\ n I I.: four sitle fling! to $1 I <011.111111>(> (><>(> and more.

UltDEMS t w HARDWARE AIITO supftt AMR INC SUPPLY -.. Mm., Th.'lma ""11. H.iinpMis This. i is the greatest (linan- wI1J. ':/ >::1

"IT'. ,
I Alma Ch.ipni.tn:: cial risk t that I most t per. .
1"1" : ,.. Uowell.'i.iiiiesvilli. :
Janey .J'J
/ / !I : : and Mrs.Vilma: : sons 1 : are Personal e\posed l I to Liability I I today.Hoes ( .. .s1

::4'I I mi P) i nimimd Honeh. Alto1 I

''ii MIIIK' ale eljilit/ nr.: nd- > Insurant-e. protectin! I the

I hiP.' I i"." i iFiinei.il entire family to $100.000( ) ) )() MEN'S AND BOYS'

t Hi'i'vieos wete held cost less than ;5e a day '

j I ""i :t pin Thursil.iv'' In I HopeItiptil from the Charley. ,Johns"
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I I u I Chiiifh I Theresa., with Agency?" Famous 'Koratron'NOIRON

I tin ,, ... '
It I putoi' n..v.11'1'1. P.iek'i.mi -
7.-'-=-- t1 t1With ',... ..iitlii'latinu? \ In?meiit Charley! E. JohmAgency

I 11 'Ill I Hop!,,< Cemcteiy withI'eWiti iH; \1
I I C.Jonc" Funeral

lloiiie' in eh.nxe of III'IRnlt",
: I nn'ntAilte_ 131! S. Walnut St.

t I i pallhoarei.t& wet e Ho1 -

1 ,., 1 Hn.uii., ,I-:. I I.. 1311 t. (neiitgeHn' PHONE 991.021

I i ': i ;I i'nfl Tliitmii, *. nirlo '', -

-Jil. MeKinni. '? ''v. /I i nil, Gelid Chason.MII .. .
THE BRADFORD -

QUEEN CASUALS t ( i 11. S.IIUIJ :i COUNTTF.I.En.PII(; t. ::1sLj' BOYS' MEN'S 99
i I SIZES *.
399 SIZES 5
.\ I-In ml) I Published '
: F :Ml/ell. Ji, .. president every Thurad.Iat )
.\ \ From, Ill i t the First Federal PiivliiH 133: W. Call St.. I: ; t/ a TO 18 29 TO 42

IVo\\', from (Queen (Casual a complete wardrobe of /seth u! I n) A.: W lit lImmsII.HUWII' ) : & Loan\ Association of Staike.: Starke. Fla. 32091E. ..
'in.1be: "'ii appointed to the U. 111 1iJ No matter how you sit, bend walk of
and spectator I "sportswear in permunen tlY'IJressed Jacron"pul'e.h..r ) : : .Hl'I'I'I.\\: .\ L. Matthews. eJitor. and: .
S Savin.Lou. u league's sprawl the knl -lIke crease Is there to
publisher!! !
>l and coll tim.
I) 4. W All It) 0iIPI-'G Y iN( I!PHil Committee on Internal Y1 : stay! Smart Ivy styling in black, olive or

: Soft Spring! pa.stels of )reen.: l blue or pink. in i/.es> 7/S to :20.It. 41* C. tROWNUK ST Ope! atioiis The appointment Second cl.ns postage paidat 1r beige. You'll save enough on cleaning!

announced: by C. A. Dun- Starke, Fla. bills to pay for these slacks.
PHONE M4-444I f fBoys'
I I. IColl-", lvete! Mouse ;).1111) mi .11 .II' ro'odlMo.; .. (president "

Slim-line! "slatk, 7.0(1)() lauiul DOSS ulItStWAaO *011 'ilPPi J 01 tile Lenuuo. ".lll<'h 1 iA Subscription Rates' : : -.- .. Koralron Dress Slacks
.//1( ,.\lIUI\\ld): ,' t:oud. I ,-.'IIIzatiOI1 I In trada< area' : $3.50 per Regular slim la
301 [ CALL ST.PMONC $2.00> mx month or styles .
year. !* $4 29
(
I'rint blouse 01 the
5.011) ) IHVHIK.and blue olive or black olive.. .
Oiitxiile. trade
9S4-S29I I area' ': SI 00
Ion
Hermnda with jute belt ;),1141) i bu.sineand rep: eventsmot
per ve.it: $2 2'S nix month.
than ; 1001'111' 0 nssoclatlou.v I

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Back: To School I Varied Art Forms Little Women I Beta Sigma Phi Baptist Groups i I' Biudford County Fair m.( "nd-
to Livestock Commitn-c,
Wc9H Program At PTA Are Demonstrated Plan Bake SalesThe Ui-l i Signi.t: 1'ln Sororitvilll Enjoy Ice Skating I chairman alp E. :M. I Bin Boy I

Woman's Club ct\ hold its anmuil Picfercntlil Prsvatt.
J Parents! : of hijlicho! ': <>! Mu- "r i Little Women's Clubs! Is T,' I t. Sunday M.ilvh 20, i The Intfi mediate 11 boys I I The show and Judging! will

('.'lIb lla ?'' the .:, ,)loll I ." U i t ti tt 'Pr'o! '' Fine- Arts departmentM plnnnln:: on t\"o bake alea. from" !a p. m. In .1' pm.. al the and<1 J.il'1sun''v: '' schctil' classes -. take place on opening day of
\\i, I it IhL-.r' cliii(; :li i "i 1 l IM.-- Match 26 and April 0. for Elks: :20M: of the First. Baptist
1.100'fYPhone .I !t'u''}{' Starku, Woman's! Club Club N. Temple I the Fair, March 30.
i I'' omTuusd.'y 11.' .1II'- their\ moncy-makinc: protects I Church, and. their UiachcrsDr. I
Avenue.
'i .11"1 I indentsrl -swill
96.061iT. : ;.ult With the L ulii'.t \the ., anti: a dance: will b: sponsored The ten will honor I I and l Mr.s.: A. ,I. Barry, were
rli.isos\ sororityruahces be Includlru il-
i li h.ol| ait : during ,, judged: ,) Lulls KiA "]3!.Lic! to ff'i, ,i.->,>l in the SprlnT.Marian ,:. \ire< skating .it the. Coliseum
4 tli 11"' ;I'lIn at the. :\1archlI ( pat :sponu/s, and di- I try hogs goats, II 'IM' uJ
ni '.!lIt. Green presided over I :'i.iturday: iift<*rnoon.
And Mrs. Lewis Hamburger; ti ,I,'" ..U'',: "\VfilncHd.iy, after-I rectors. I beef and dairy cuttle.:
Fry PuceJin the pi.>, :''m: .1\ ,. the meeting Monday\ ntxht) at They enjoyed, a spaghetti
'
'i noMii )f 'iini week. A cattle sale is also! s'hed-
'lan spaghetti .upper( w,., .- : \ I Isponsored the club house And :Mra.. S. S. Clipper nt '.he Barry home
AnniversaryMr For Cage Team :Mr" C' J Iloiipt pI'Mldenl.pr Elks Plan SupperStarke I tiled for the late afternoon' of
I l'\
to !
by the : NJrgel gave the devotional. upon their return hums Assisting -
iiiii-a; the meeting\ and
] < ( :it opening day. This will b,; the
and :Mr-i. their money makmu\ pros ','1... i Cerrl I Mooty proirnm in serving the
Emery Lewis supper
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Clarkand {x Mix, L C5 Powell gave an In- Elks will havo a first such sale to be of
111 The main project for the' cHI chairman Pl..entodIrs. :: W. were< Col. and Mrs II. :M.i :\ part
celebrate! their Golden : sorts entertained( the A is providing num w.u i iool- E Dowling and Mrs.[ Noelle! i Hillcher.
:'eddinji Anniversary on Sun- bimketbull coaches program" preceded theKiilai N. Ave 7 Pet
squad team ,, Temple starting at sons interested in Info'ma.I -
\
ers! for the scho.-l. Mi J husinoss 111eelln :Mrs.W ,i who gave a talk and demonstration -
ly, .M.irch: 20 from : and cheurlcadors at a hamburger Spenaler. prcsi-lenl p.<-,rod(! t on Ceramics. p.m. R1tu'lIay.Ju'ch: : 19! I tion on selling or buyl; may
County Livestock
crown-I I n. Nollm-m rend" two of her
80 at their! home on frAt, their homo on over the business m" tin and! I The hostesses B-tty Ann Member) of the. Lodge; ami i obtain same by conuictiiia
Ru id. Lake urlgunal' ; poems "Tomorrow"ind Show To Be Bobby Taylor, assistant,I Ui ad-
a Hampton on Thursday Part
Jim de o- Bobble S
Drown-I, Temple 1:1i.'l'\ "Mv Memory Book" Uoth I Register and 10 .nelr guess arc Invited' Them ,
All lnnils. and March' 10. ( I foid County farm auentPl.intlc
tional. Mr J. U. WHMVi i\ refreshments
i Barksdale served -
> .
Mr. tad 1\11'\ s. Nollman OI'P.membl'l' will be dancing< and l 'nor' pri Of County Fair
le couple arc invited Mrs. Clrr.rk's parents Mr. .
a report on the R. I leation In the sunroom where
I I of The Poetry Aaiat zes.. Call Hobble SI..1 HIT at I!
no. and Mrs 'r. E. Ovcrholser! assisted Board youth ai llvuies. :Mi I _. ion of Florida and have the table carried out the St. The Ifith annual Bradford
><
I, in serving John Torode. president ,ni.[ th'l Priscilla CoxIs I had "Mwpr.il. of their works Patrick's Day theme. The !GI-59.T) by Fruity\ noon for ;,, County' Livfitork Show will be :Notebook S2.SU at the1'ELEC.RtPH.

Starke Elemental PTA. Engaged I published In various mngazlncH. table was covered with a light reservations. I li-ld! In rinjiiction: with the ; .
-- i a report on the annual Dis- Several students of MI.... preen linen cloth and centered
ELECT (lrlce Six Conference held with top hat filled -
;Mr. ind 111. Kiilph! Hubert Evelyn Haney's art classes nt 1grcen
March 10 In St. Augustine. Cox( of I.1'r" O..tll trmoiincc: the high: school provide I I an with green flowers. Aiotmd
James I Mrs Spengler appointedthe the engn rn"'nl'f their interesting program.\ Duo to the hat were shamrock"' and

C.WILKINSON following on the nonunatinu (1.utghteI'feiba::\ PrHnlln." to the illness of :Mrs.:\ Haney. :Miss: leprechauns.. Lime sherhert

committee: Mrs': R. E, Trenwith Rockwell \\'a rd. Lieutenant I Delia: Kosenburj presented launch was served from a large
\ Puloraon Mrs.' Paul :Meng: Junior Crude, United :Miss Bobble Site B.irkmlnlp, I silver punch bowl.

Mrs. Julian McRae and John Stales Navy who was narrator for the

STATE REPRESENTATIVE Situps: -nt. Thoso participating!;
MisH Cox I is, a graduate of program
and the various forms of art St. MarkosVomen
Sown nnee lllth School, and /
Bradford Clay Union CountiesvffK !Mrs. Strickland rcrc.lved\ n Bachelor of Science they demonstrated were: pa -
Met
degree" In \Klemontiiry:I : and, pier mache', Clrnda Prevail;; Monday NightThe vie
Honored At
AKO-:.17CiradiiHte Supper Karly Childhood l R'luciitlon wood<1 "al'vlnJudy/ Alltlrc;; L
'
decorations, Lind.i. Women of St Mar'k'sEpiscopal :
Christmas
Florida Stale Unlverxlty
from
: Mrs. I"V.. StrU-kland was I Church met I Monday:
Lee abstract (design Don
;
: whore she was a member cif
honi't-pil, lit a birthday-dinner. i nliht; at the home of Mrs.Pete .
John Prictlm.m;
Huff and
,
; Monday night at the HolidayInn Alpha! Xi t Delta social I torority. Novak. 1ysAendV'
t She is presently teaching al magic model< wax, Dulorc
: given by members of the It was voted by the members -
of
i 1Cf; University t NOl'many11IlA'e: Elementary Falcon; clay work and pencil
::\1"IhocflstVomen's Sunday
: to send a donation to the
Florida School In Jacksonville.LI. \ drawings Linda Hall" and Terry -
School class. '
Washington Cathedral bu'.ld-
r'P' The rlass. Including their Ward Is the. ion. of :Mrs.: :; Roberta; and, ; paper collages folding AnnspoaIS ,, big fund In Washington: D. C.

teacher: Mrs. A. N, Uolliday, Reynolds Ward of Clinton, hobble Sue Barkadile. Charles: :Mrs.. H. A. Bishop and Mrs. R.
: t Lifelong Resident presented Mrs. Strickland: Conn., and the late Rockwell
) of the
d Chambers displayed two of J. Davis are In charge
: with a tiered heart-shaped B. Ward. He attended Engle- Ilia. water color paintings and Altar In April. Mrs. Bishop Open Or Add To Your Account
brook School in
I birthday cake anti a personal Preparatory also demonstrated by paintingfor will be hostess to members' of
gift' IIH a memento of the Dcerfu'ld, Conn., and Rraduitod -
oociisinn. .
I
the tinilicncc.. M.my:: altruitlvo .-- the (choir Wednesday: : uhtht.Apr. ::

: rattle Oi-riipalion& Timber I \ Naval und from from I Academy Dccrllolil the United In l Annapolis Academy Stairs i were paintings displayed' by on the the.studcntw Htago.Uiich Mrs. fi Edward Burns nave n By The 21st[ of March And You -

t i Story Hour J member was presented report on the distribution of
.bs :MJ. lie Is presently serving in

FAIRREPRESENTA I Story hour will be held at Viet aboard Nom the U.S.S.where Ticonderoga.A he li a pilot. a the hand students.painted Also bookmark club mem-by Thomas magazines.had charge Mr.s. of Herbert the EARN FROM THE FIRST

the Public Library Thursday, b1'slihn celebrated their program on Lent.
T1ON:' :March 17, at 3:30: p.m.119:5:: : lato spring wedding Is birthdays during :!:\ful'chCI'O The hostess served refreshments -

'Darlene Huff will be story- planned beautiful cards, painted following the meting.
given:\ IT ONLY
FOR ALL TO OPEN AN
teller. The bride-elect Is the granddaughter I I by Mrs. Haney.) $$2.50
All children aged 6 to !0) are
tho business meeting Births
of :Mrs. n. L Sllcox: During Recent TAKES INSURED ACCOUNT
< Pd. Pol. Adv..) invited to attend.Refreshments of Starke. I '. It was announced that
I will be served. the April meeting will be held Bradford County Hospital
I IwoW
un the 20th Instead, of April announces the foilcmlm.

13 as :Mrs. Iloupt will be In births: I

f Clearwater attending, !,: the FF"VC Mr. and Mrs.' Randolph I

lPMILCO'a' \ Convention, April 1113. Jackson Box Jacksonville, a I A Savings and Loan AssociationOf
t LpStING PMIL0 i 1, Any member desiring to attend son Robert AndY March 13.
1 lUf ::1 with :Mrs: Iloupt may Mr. and Mrs. John William I

.. cull her for Information. Two Dukes, Starke. a da\l\ thte. Of Starke
delegates are needed to attend Lisa Yvonne, March 14
with the president. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lau- / 218 North Temple Ave -:- \'hon.96.0'OOI \

:Mrs.: M. H. Adams sponsorof rie McKinney, Stake a son.
the Junior Woman's Club Paul Anthony. March 14.
(6) .11 announced a fashion show to I I
.Dosworth" be held on Friday March 25.

Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr. attended ,
I the President's Council -

In! plitco of Mrs. Iloupt at

310 K.; C\1.1. ST. 1'1I0'i1: !II) 1-)011; ST.\lmI: FLORIDA( the I Lakewood San Jose ClubIn I
Jacksonville: / on Monday.'

The bridge-luncheon planner IIORSHIM[ i ;
[for :.M.iiTli, lo was postpones e2, e,H.
rv -,..IKto illnc.M: of committee
1.1 .. llllHTS..
".11 '
P. I" J11'11,1'( of assurance that 1 :t
t 1 '
7R, w it'-r' was lo bo leslored to S

I IMC,.. Kvi'Djadi1; WJlM' receivedliuiii ,
J. ds' I I I he V<'jIil.111Ionl) of Hie It's '
day'for
a great
nili' i .in.
r
"' ; ; i ,ii''I'< Wiiiuan'ii"' Club will f fed >1r

: : : ; "niii< .1 iio.i..i. .viUi the Amu'iin '- '

: ,. 'lA''oF r- .' i I.Ihlon i ; at tho Hradlord useeewe've just

,;.. .' ,; J.. ( ?,,unity l-"w't that time
tor' .M; .. t ,h
a '. i -a diMlnuutD' ini'ui'ina-

:ii, ii I M l n ling); public aH.iii'3.[ unpacked our
,\" ,..ouat. .'live St. Putili'k's\
Ii'I l < in(", MI u.-i c.irriril' out in

: ', .,I ,ions,, for the 1111'I -./ first'v

I n i he ref i LMlinic.il... >
mr
t r w + .1.r
> '"I I .II. tillJlllHtCHU CUlilitllt-.

i I'< '.tiling' inv'\ .social. !liuiii-. ,


Couple ChargedIn
I
IncidentAt I: SHOES


Beer TavernA s., 6

lo al couple was arrested

Thul ,da.v ninlit, March 10. by

t )" ,.Iffcl putic.s and charged:

in, i ''I. Inc dots with an Incident:

,it ,a I founty beer tavern.!
4. A / I 1 I, I Yr Paul E UMiK'h.' 39! construction -
I 1
worker" Iron Indiana
cit.ra\ ? it'' j .'ho "rime to Florida! some
ONLY
I trine' months. ago' looking for

\\1)11) (, and his wife EH/.ab-th
-
38.'Ie, chained v.lth'olun-

$250.60I tujv: Intoxication and contrlbntiiu We cant be enthusiastic' enough

': to: the delinquency' ofrlnir

I, I two minor children: The aboutotxriewFlorsheimShoe''
,chai---s: wcr-" filed by c:>:TJUtlenili -> -

Priced With ![ !! flrddl.ih and Robert '
"
TradeInSeparate Myriilt. ,, ,, Nothing can match their famou3:
''
At the time of their arrest, N '
r I the deputies found the CU-( ,. "'' qy quality For fit and comfort, '

pt]-'s two minor rhilrl: 'Pn, a

I till 12 and: a boy 3. on the for finer style and longer wear-
0 r premises, outside the taveinwnltlnv
p g! Iv around l the family car'' .
I ,. Just try a pair of Florsheims
: -' .. NO FROST FREEZER for their parents to conout
I 'e Deputy Reddish said h: an'"
holds 93 Ibs. of frozen food
I Wethinkyou'llbeasenthusiastia
DPI uty Robert( Myrick were ,ry
1z .ftetmi Storage!! Door makln a routine patrol In I I -

the area when they observed about them %s we are!
SeparateNO Ii'"' two children outside the I I
t t-ivern Th" deputies entered
FROST
'he place Reddish said and I
found Bunch drunk and his !,
REFRIGERATOR '
; wife, Elizabeth, passed out In'
,1 the restro')m. I I

SECTION Bonds totality* $535 wer' seton

\ ,,,.. I PhilceOairyBarOeerwllh b.-i'h' char", and a hear-
..='f r" %rr" t : "See-thru" Butter Keeper :-1"" we scheduled for March
-"' =r" Lift-out Egg Tray extra deep ''4 belo:I County Judge T. A. .Juit Ny "

Bottle Shelves Y wn ,"CHARGirWT/
This ti Die best time ewer _.."'\
.
-+ Full-widlhp porcelain enamel 'out uiate'I .
\ to get lop dollar for your old refrigerator on Vegetable Crisper holds Inc. omoN.'fl ,
(IEQtJ\N | fllK HIGH fOKNt for
Model HRD6-A ( U* tMAl ''ft4i'
a brand new Philco. Priced for your budget. 'i j bushel ,J .
war TOO write. C..me In and!

arlrct your favorite ENTER S I Akk< ; :i FASI ZION LEADER
I' BROOK Fouctaln Pen. TFLL-

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",\( IHIIR. DR.U "ttil(1)IlAiFY) 'Jl'u.m.t'IIlIKt': : :, ITOKIII.Y THt'ROD.tt', M\R. 11. 10M


In Till-' <'""..cO' .h......-'. (',.."I'I Orltrn iinil. for .un 01..ill.i.. .. of illNli','IhiiHniianil thin until'. 1 the flitlltuiiH. mimi
Top St. Augustine 78-75 Canes \Win 2-1 I New Field House JI surdonnll, ,rinrlilii' Inrrolnilfi for flail dim..luiru""' if I xc- of L'i'ntla.l l!;niiiloynivnt Sviv-"
t iiirlx' ," in, the will in, IliiliiTtliirnuid ,. 1 Ice, under. whti li I not' t'tiMHtfiilIn .
For BHS Athletes In li! 1..III".r: li.ilii-i. I I II P.'in-', I Hnydiir.. rli'eni.iil.ThlN hllMlni'in.. .. 4111 Center SU.'el.Klarln. .
lard I 1 Si S153 .il.>>,r, "Dti'i'iiHi'il.Sin Marrh IH. l 110811. .. Muildii.MIM .
Construction of new 850- : Ui.. ur h'lllnit 1",-t 1111 lug I KmFinal HI tn H. HnyilrHlla I'lnn-ni. "' ltlioitn, H'lOuter !
a
BHS Runners Win Meet Over BBS Nine "I'Isrhltrp'r, or )>:xi> 'iitilx It HnviliT", 1''e'lIlI'l.17; l2 l\. Sll'ei-t. Statllo Fliirlda. ,
Triangle 000 field house! and training Si.Ill.. .,. |1 ll..,....Ill. KlM'M 'Hull' / 41' I "ITOK "lad, !,, o.,1111.1,, .
rooms for the Bradford High I have .ifllecl. my' rinnl 1''''lllTlexecutrix II' Dated tllla I lath Any, "f .Mai-cli."
i of the oiitntt' "f Uoli- "O"'U'I'1 I"\'I'N1'101'11: A. |I' I'511 I ; tit "Sou' t.. Mriiilfinili .
In First GameBradford School Athletic Department: iM'i. livrnuril' I<"ye'',',', 01 li I'lidtil.II II.U.'I.H: : f.II"1'1'1'101 I tt '" 1NIiNonce i 'i, 1111:1' : !loriila.
Tornado runners! edged st. vid Huvse says. will probably be iin before th?: ,
I 'll.l,. M HI' ll II" I Ulll'M IM lltl" i-l.v' tilt en t Ih.IIth '
Augustine 78-75 last Fiiduy in BHS places and times! by resent school] term Is out fur. illh.li, ,.,ilniii', i iinl. r.n., Iu1ul i! I ,. n mti,'i-ijcnt, ''il. until. I".' |pa.'i
:a triangle meet at Holies: in I events were: I High's diamond BHS Athletic Director David ll1'*. ll IPK..". ..ill'l I II...,' "u I M" I ''x \,1..1"11. "r I'h'"l" r 7143'1, .1.11.t TilE RIGHT POINT: for the
? I IIIu'\ in (HI' "'' I'". l I. \ M I I "I ,I-1 'I., ,In. .\, ,I-. 1.1 l 1 I.1I II. 'I I I'lilt I
.Jacksonville 120-yd. High Hurdles2- I quad was edged, 2-1 in extra Horse has been toll.! will apply| t.., II,.. II n' ,i.il'l-, .. |. i I' u rh tli. i'I..k I "I' .flu nay you write. t'oine In and
: The Tornadoes took eight I Gnann 18.1.100yd. > I innings Wednesday In the Supt. Tom Casey this week 'rwr"Y./ ..., II. <'.'iiin\ .mini I',r.. alt ,I'.III' I I. In null, I'or, I.nll, I elect your' favorite .ESTER-
Dash: 1-Shannon season opener with Gainesville gave Hurse encouragement on n', l'rnilr..nl 'riiinilN. !I"I.a!. ,11I.I". ::111,' I ,Iold,, I "county' ,. (1.'J""d". "Ill..''''II I' BltOOK fountain pen. TKLKGKAPIL !: -
first places and tied Bolles .
: High School. 11111""r\ wild flnil i ''mi n-:I '11.1 "t I"t'nnf' of> |1'.Hi.M'' .in' 'ti I .
107. construction of the proposed
-for another in a dead heat In'. :
"" : Mile Fun 1-Lawson 4 :31 :3! The winning/ run came in 5.000 square foot cement block
''
!the spring medley 2:13.8.: the top of the eighth when
4-McRae 5:08: building to be built gust lnstd-> I
:Times were .slow however 440-\d Dash: 1-Varivs 535.3Kauffman GHS's Fuller singled stole the east fence of the athletic I

probably Indicative of the early 57.1 I 1,, second and then got a free field. INTERNATIONAL

season running. Coach Da 180-.'d. Low HuidleB: ; I pass home when StarkeV Planned for the new and I
S Wayne McLeod made a ba<. bigger facility ara separate
-- throw to first base and first dressing rooms and showers

)S >rc sacker Joey Reese failed to dig for the JV and varsity athletes -
SeeThese' ri It out of the dirt.
1 a weight room laundry
All three runs in the! (tarn: equipment room t": lnlnp eMOLAY WEEK

were unearned. Staike's came room coaches quarters with

RCAVICTORVaTuesf j I in the second:: inning/ on foU' separate showers and dress-!! 1,

0 consecutive walks with two In? rooms athletic: director' ,

+ r yf i 1 out. The Canes' first run came office a conference room( and I MARCH 14 TO 21DeMOLAY _
In
the
fifth when Branch
new and expanded rest room
t ; singled and scored on a field facilities for fans.AMERIC.tN .
er's choice i .
BHS BOX :. .
: I.K.filOVr.IKTMDXV
SCOREAB R H Sri'l'KK .
ouej4M I Sanderson. LF 300
i Akrldge, 2B .4 a I American Legion Post 50 The Youth Moteiaent; Geared; to
Falcon] SS '402 will have a birthday: supper !j
: Elder. C 300 Tuesday March 22, at 7 p.m. the Times to Produce Better Leaders -

'V Mclrod. 3D .402 in the Legion hall. All Legionnaires I
tN !oII."h.or-| I'lcu! (iiiiinn; s.nN' over the 120-jurd. high iuril- Reese lB 300 and their families will fora Better Tomorrow.

-4. !i"i for gerund' ( place: us Holli-s, iiiunn" also lied. Sturke'tt Char- rtr di-h. CF 2 1 0 be guests on this occasion. 5' -

j I I.*.H Howell 1 for .c.ol1el| place hi the |pole' vault. Douglas RF 100 I AN I INVITATION WITH A
r -a Howell P. 100 rd r
!! :'Ue 22.8 4-Gnann 234. I totals) 25: 1 5 A Cla..lflpd.1 In the TILE P1 EiISIF.JOIN: : TODAY!

D .it: 880Rlln'I 1 1-L.iWSOi' Golfers Absorb I CiRAI'II brings results..

'::07.9. 2-Hi m2 14 8. 4-Scog Bowling I s Requirements for :Member.-p.

Ins 2.18cAR ? Stroke LossA
.compareRCAVlCTOR I l-B'tq: 9-17 R ir-hl'' I Results TimberVanted\ I. He between ages: 11 and 21.

son Joyner Belote Shannon
pi-pc-o-tvp Dirked I"htt" I I 2. Believe in (;(1(1.
Mile Relay: 1-BHS 3:47.9: f'OM.MKKCIU.; : IR.tr.I'R:
Large Small Tracts 14 1
Bradford or
hole Tuesday saw
I IVarnes Kauffman, Beam Starke Jaycees! 4 James
High's golf team go down to awo I Competition will bring :'i. lie of (;iood Character and
tVa : "I'111.a i Williams. 546. Starke :Motor
.. --- .-.... stroke: defeat at the hands r Reputation.
Porte,
Shotnit1Chilson,: 43' 3" -0Bill Nelson 553. you more money y b
?-L" 42'. if Lake City. .Starke Lanes, 3
Jer BernIe
Contact I. Petition I De.Molay> : : Chapter.
:
Coach Mike Sexton praisedhis
: ( .
: DI'CU-,: 1-Chilian 132T Mi-Oee. 520. Camp Blunding.
Pole! Vault tie for .second squad for a big improvement 1Cliff Orlffls. 1518.Terwillegnr ( J. M.' CarterPhone

: New hsfa On ann 10' and Howjll 10 however, since Lake Motor 3
TV Onnnn took second on fewer City had topped the Torna- lyric Terwlllegar. 538 Draw- 72-2131:;
PI.Dq misses toes' 10 strokes In a match the Tile l--Walt I on custom base BRADFORD CHAPTER ORDER OF DEMOLAY
RCATI
COaTWO i i Tornadoes did not placeIn week before. Clay! Electric 4 Walt Ed- Lake City Ha.P. .
Enjoy big-screen viewing and Marrnr.ldw.a rk the hlsh: lump or 220-y; v'Sllcox" shot a 14 for mondsnn 598. Gem Jewelry 0 I 0. Box 1338:
room-to-room mobility too I Features mcd"JI, -k kr dash. Bradford's low score. Will Adams I)onnie! Bagwell 5.10. I

tinted Pan-O-Ply tube that had a 46. Hurry Hatch0! Independent Telephone, 4 -
reduces reflections. New Vista -" \ 414 and J. Roy Chasteen 52. Krnle:, Patz, 600. Faulkner's\
22.500-volt chassis (design 'caaw I+ Nxt vpnt i foi! the in"""r" ). !:!lm'Jalr.Vnre() Penoso

average). New Vista VHf and v __ the Florida! Star Conference Standings ((27 weeks) : 543'1:

Solid State UHF turter th.ASBURV A a Filday March 18. at 3:30: p. 1'. 70-38; Blanding, 67-41; ,

Nand base only S.rl.B ed2.el1a'tub.orS .I dl>O m, In Lake City. j Terwlllogar. 65.43; Clay Elec- I YL1LJ

$921a11.y/ SlW. fair, 53-55; Jaycees, 53-55;
: AS LITTLE AS Mixed Doubles Faulkner 51-57;

:: $10 Per Month Bowling Results 'I 01.IS I ;00 St.tiko: ITC.Lanes 48-60; DraW.Tite'l"$ PcththI

': "", .,...- r-14 >r
-1-- ... y T''J1t' \V NIC.HTU.XEI : memento of the oceuslan( I
: RCAVICTOR 191I"c !\ ) DOI'BLKS: After\ trophies were given .
Th" Thumdnv( Niht! Mlxe1r out offIt'frs were\ elect'd foi l
.:. @ !1.@m r TV >o'ils' hell Its celehrrxtlonI the next Mixcl League ns (tol )

A consolatte with the new I :>nnnn' list I t fvldnv 11 1:1: lit at lows: Pat BiuJley. |)i-sMunl> '
'" the EnTstP"| l Men's Club Bob Drake, vlre president.Vonda .
19rectangular tube that is j
h '" Camn Blnndlnn Stephens! secretary; I B 1 B
designed for modern livings I S 4 e Best; Paint Value
"" New Vista 24.000-volt chas. vrA t Oeoree E. LnRue of Keystone !Marie Giant Irca"ul'e.nd. : : '
: Heights!/ presented trophies George/ Grant itcant-at-
sis provides stable pictures ,
and other. awards to deserving arms.After, .
'In both I! color and black-and. 1 / / / is. /
e teams and Individuals. dinner league members -
d
: white New Vista VHF and 1 VJalatlua
with D A: W Auto Supply] tak- and guests enjoyed an
: Solid Stats UHF tuners. C"KM'yy' Inv top honors :Members of thet' evening!: of dancing.A \ .
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4 am are .Joyce Barton: Pete meeting will be held lenient '' C m. ,. / r
: TERMS TO SUITS Barton IVell; Garner, and Jim nhiiisfiayl! at 7-30 at' /

YOUR BUDGET { Dr"mm ttTnkina Starke Lanes to plan the new

r Th.MANCHESTER t 3 : !second place honor I summer Iraxue, starting next
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eJ9'lu|>.(ov.r.ll dlo..) 4 < were Bottle Sprow. HarInnd wpo-k.\ Anyone Interested in IILnJtrl
180 aq.l In.plcllll. ,. J Pprow. Olnrtvs Tlllla, and bowline in this mlxej Il'a41Jf'1 t
t ,r B">b Drake Murrhpp: Tn"nraiice I 1 Invited to attend this meeting ,
: ) THE MOST TRUSTED t NAME IN ELECTRONICS + .42'. '
;Mombi-rs of both teams( i INTERIOR
S wi re warded Individual tro- !;
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= WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING phles.Battle Sprow and Rudolph HOUSEHOLD

Hutchison! received( trophiesfor ll.

Tony Lawton. UII..;',. ace tlintimru hUh< series scratch High PESTS CJLZ1 dw EXTERIOR

WinKler Electric Inc. runner, wing the mll | series with hnndlcnp trophl2.s V D__..... p.
at Holies Frlilny. BUS were awarded! to Gladys mils Y U..........
run I U......... .
Mini the meet, edging/ !St.' Au- am Bill LOyt'll.trll.! Sprow ,
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... Kiislliip. JH-73; Hullo had l 23 also rprel.ed a high series pin C.rry: "... rR' 4ated1 .c
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I High game scratch' trophlps .' ..,, ...eaa ,
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S, II IIII were awarded! to JOYce Barton IM I. t tsa 'p

I II I (celvlnac and Rudolph trohpio.s nufchpson for high name Re- -v. AR1 R''A 1In PAINT

Y v. (1th handlciip) were M.xrL- 1

.. Grant and John Allen. ONE COAT LATEX GALS. FOR ,
.. Highest average trophies #4.00
went to Settle. Sprow and: JimDl'llInm..tt Re'd
HOUSE PAINT
.. Fhone $
PRIMIUM OMt-COAT MULTI &8
NOTICE ? Ellen
dhnmes
: IMPORTANT and H.irland] PURPOSE,OUTSIDI HOUSI PAINT,
Sprow received! trophle, for 9643965Florida COVERS WOOD, BRICK STUCCO
r MASONRY, AND CEMENT
i the most Improved bowlers! I : DES TO TOUCH IN .39: MIN. _' ,I
.. :Mrs.' Ohnmes" received i small I f YEAR DURABILITY" l
NO PRIMING NECESSARY l
engraved plaque from WIBC EXCIPT ON BARE WOODS 0 l ,
and Mr Sprow received an .. AND WATER CltAM.UP /
Mw, I 9,000 DECORATOR COLOR 1
enraved' belt buckle from Pest
ABC. I

: ALT. COUNTY Each league member received Control
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TAX KKTUIINS a small trophy! with his!
E a CHEMICAL CO.
name engraved on It as a I
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mirit hlH main .
"\Vt' > must nin emit:lie/ II oni1 ni'llu Mayor's Court I |public(! lnlnxioutJ\ ?r>:2iiO t \\nv C.IUHI]' ,'iii lui-llrii( : '' I lounriil' ( pnblli. Inlov.iv 1If'l:1".lit i : SI :'.r>0lor : rII! i\ s havp Iwell :JJ II, fl.. wllnI'll (
I 1 ) < HIM oulerH .of huitiiLHS hlgel Uarvpv" Anclcrsnn (Stimslllc \ ao dnv.H pioljallonJolinnl \ ( ,itmi. $:.17,riO. I ,1< r* )IJnii$ '. '..I ,n.IT, |iulli'' !! ) jiics" burner!, as compar-
; rid of tho 21-inuntv Hena-iloiiul 'riu-stHikr' poiiiiDPIUII( / \ d"snidrr:v r mull Ir*. .'!27.I ..f.1rCulehrn.: ( flump, NntsXAiMtliv.' ) :;liuk"" li'd.oltll"I : $:(4( m, II. .iv:, : :3 Woods Fires I' Id\ with Pi:'lit flies and 20.u.ics !
UstilLt forted tm the mcnt iciii'ili, 12 HI'i,'tt'<< iluiint l ""I) in aI' .iv, dilli'iil Mudi :oiuikp. JUIU1"I'j'lv(( ; i : ,III: ,.ULI( ( i uljlu inl >\.:"atlun, 11( (01)l III> Lull:; B.llln' 1"\,1 I i l t" ((111Ii it burned during: the :s: .1me'
people of tho 2ml Cong+loH- I the wer'lc Piitlui' : Wednesday, i n, atkr.( IIId.II'' i lid i Pc 1 iltl7 -;II:'! .iO'i II'' II) rill v' I II : \' lilli I I.,ii" i. "i- I I'' okcJ" i. 'Phi (pi1 wonil II"" u' '10 ii- rr"i I null.i t Itf- year.
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siuii.il District In voifciful > .
I : l I "IM 1., N M-hook 92 iO at the
.," Gibson. sniil in hmimnoiinceincnt I/ riny ni ht wee: : Wilil fciiv! titr.t.11I' A ((1,1,''lli' .J I I I ul\ ill II:i, (n i,r : : 'M'- I' It. 11" ,", I 1 t n i .\I t of h"i I i I \ ''I i U Ttl-FGRAPH.: :


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hunker Gibson. will i run in a i I
I group. with Sui B C, PiMin-"
I .'It I 1'iltilkn, to hi vulcd( on it
Sen. Gibson
lingo in the! 21-ominlj$ 2nd' l
( 'nn!{rcsMuniil DiHtiicthiLli. / TERWILlEGAR MOTORS'r
01 Perry SetsReelection inrluclos Bradford fount',
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"It slmplv' iiinnnl l h. i, ."i'lEOVCI .
Bid iiiiiont t to have :i sinitiiiinl ; -
d.\I'l'l.! \ HIIO mile long:' Oih-

Stnlr. hi n ,itm, I. P il'i'' 1'1 li,'i iilbxin sun Hnl hi l. Thou u,n no nerd"' '<
,' III. (111 8O, OllllCI. llllllmill., .' 'fir I
(; nf l'i" l n i \ lii (ggnhtirrfur (
the\ srnitoi,"i not lit i'n !IIUHIiiinicincil '
i n'"i li" i "mi i in the fit ate
14J l i i .1,111'), i. wall, :i i pledge, tim.il > '' for I llu-ii politic! itoflijo Hundlueds of Doillars
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1(1' sm-ilhli, ,'apJlul'Llon thin tluWIH"- Im Ilio
people tho\' KiiilU, hairpht. '
1.-or rra. 'hlo I :i (li'-tiut, \ into four. siui-ilih,, -
lt'Irt.I:'
PlazaBarber Nun' srixlns '111 I II1,1.
: rlnlivioflUo Ii( mi sough: On New 1966 Ford Cars and Trucks<

Shop Si-n iilisun( iii"l'. nett t".. "?
lit s'I'' .1.'

Nc.irMnnHKIc SIaike Pl.i/,1: : ticlil nppointinont KovemniM"of govern. for nrl'nt four\iniilPi yenIn ... tin-- '"'"n. WE'RE OFFERING THE DIG EST r rrO\! \ E-'Er -OUT DEALS TO KEEP[\ 09R! F8ISDS HOVIKG -


Andy DohsonPioprielor ,:mil.", 10"10..01"I n"id. Uviir i Uu.1) i named," of 11'11I.ti it.. r.,s I AT A STAMPEDE PACE. COME IH) TODAY FOR THE BEST TRiU,\ E- IN EVER.

Airy Hi. w'"nul,. for right i '
n ;a i nicmbi'i I' "I tin, -' u
\I-ITH"
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of 'rtt'"ar
l '''oi'fnC\ tlllStli-' 1 1966 Fords With
API'HE'L\TEn ty Electric. Coop' in Ta1u ? .
I yi'1'lianl; mil, Jrffi'tson, [ "(nn
ties, unit' Wd" 111"1&111"111", I I' 5.
Air-Condition In
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FLORIDA ". I'e"1'1' I'I sTIMIIf, .I Ih .
,i H ni,in ol II. I bond.'"
THEATRE I Stccl< Save Now!

Service Set Q.1j IL- KM. KB;\ I 1gihl

Showtime- W't-ckd.iVH! 7 Friday 1 11 J A.M. E
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Suml.tv :.VflO.:() S.iluul.iv! I II
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I FIIIITnm.) ; ) I For Mr. Baldwin 6 Mustangs 7I

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'v III.i' '\\ ni '>tlI
) 1"caHne" P"II';ram i I'rnn i : I
i rum rlv: i f .->1 ,ill''cr. died\ W ,i-!
DARING! DEADLY! .,ipv' nflrini'ii nf 1III'a'l( IN STOCK TO CHOOSEFROM '
DIABOLICAL! itnrk, : at his hi" nie in vjtlnr"ll' *- r
A Wet, spore % '-.
SAVE r Pd fv.I !\ '
QG from cuter pare A ivitlvof. J'rk' um 111" 1'.1 1iTliVlx -- .
that l devours! Ia i 'll1 u !tai/ I rirrl" III t:'ml-,l .' _

'hill,,lt tm "riil- |p'lnl' 'i. inn I -
I rag f.d9 ,fjZit
in. ti (Ida"\'llIl' ii Tiiil', ) Hem
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nt 11 n. in F"'.in\ I II \\ )ilipmxTrt
'im. .(t; 1'lutc1.1I llomr
$NQ.iFiN'NpW ."D 'U ,.incsville! TO CHOOSE .? ,
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"BALL'"!,'! Citizen FROM "".
I"'D Elderly
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l AiJiI\J| Escapes Blaze Extra tminloads'

: An fldi'ilv, Stultilimn, + I U r rMi :
[Technico "n'n''! 'tn:i", o"ipfil Intnivs.ii '
p .1LNRIN4' or. ',''IH\|'' "nuc, i nin i" ;':. rebut in
GARY CLARKE CHRIS NOELs ; 0' C' In noil. I hiiosi'ti. ., lu"'' r,
,d,., cum VMS i niiserl, <1 ii fh/+shhu/ it hi! 11,1,1n '
AMERICANS?:? ] 3EAU BRUMMELS ,
\\'. Till! SIAiintrllilK 19G6DfEoTflfts
''J' OICKHNODHDEE Jj THE ASTRONAUTS ( '" Irpul'Iv" | I""' of liB Fords
'lll/.|' ?0 8tllltOll.. !ll>ollt I I1.o I :: .I I c1vtnr4v \ :!
JACKIE GAYLE 4)1 6 WoLD SONGS l When Mi; ,. H"II1tn"WI "
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:iy an idintnMkn' ", ,In,"I i"vii r rI I : / ''
M'N.:; :MOV.\ 'IL'KS. i poitiililo, tan bnrni k.-i ,I
:MARCH\ { :W, 21 1. 22 '''I\C liPiiti't In I the IIVIIIK' / Iunnri i I $700"'o scmru
of his home at :'')DI 1 init: C ,il'' : !

'... .,..... I St Mi, Hi'iiunfrmiN, ( \\',I n,.. .'I.. for this area!
tempting/ to turn tlichi i i I II
SOPHIA LOREN I off (lit the time It ovrturnrdThr ,
blur Wa i< sightc.I 1.I '1.
i next door n"'l'hbCl'1'' : : -
:Ju JTJfI Pul: ,, l'lIrll'/.t.) oho. .siiniiu' 'IIH. ..I -
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< h. nut 1 t ihlp Tin ii"in"' (" LSLivAOP J -- "
r ,1.1./1', ) i 111'',"i tip '!'i 1 I' .,11 01 i Q- : us an extra supply __ .:/ -_ ,wNwR.ty. _
nudo l ,' tt H (iinil 'IIII1I1,1( I 4 '
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J.btJ. I J ::J selection
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DRIVEINOpen TRADE-IKS ON HEW\ 1386 join the stampede and save. .. '

,//1CNNIroloN 7:00:
Show Time 7 : 1t: FORDS
66 Ford Qataxia SOO 2 Door Hardtop
.\ OMISSION)
t \lnlt 7.r: << 5tudenf4 f1\r;< 1964 l I'OKD GALAXIE 500I () '

It (I'hiMien VnAr. 12 KFKill. zr:' 7.I' ": """" Come stampede us into'Tudor
ll'td I \ 'A, ("rnKcnialic. It.iilio.llf.itcr. '
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S\T.' SI'N.MMK : / "I'| r the deal I of the .
{ year.
\\ednesd.i 1 hllr"da ; 1'.... MIITIIIK; -'One) "n n('. JI.OOOMi .,. )J
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Double )feature.. I'rolram .' : : ::; Ford Dealer

21._... ...... $ 00'
'CIRCLE' HAS BEDS, FRANK 61NATRATREYDA !i"$1995..
BATHS BABES. Mustangs available. tool We've' 'finally stampeded!, up a choice' '
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HOWAHO selection. Fully equippi' "(d with, : bucket seats whorl covers, full &li 1J.'S' &'tamp'8 re
AND A VARIETYOF A' carpeting, 3''speed ',tic< k ihift Options galore. Hurryl Savol f
BEAUTIES AS 1965 CALAXIE 500 FORDOR

DALLYING LADIES!" r s \.-3. (iiKem.itK. Power/ I Irak: <..<.. fusser

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LIKE ( I IXO.NOMt;( ') 1 \110 \ -x s ( .\-1)I ) (\li.1II11I:!(. ( ;.MileAl 1 (ondition/
$$2695-00
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r r 'YON' cS 1965 FALCON TUDOR

KMMO.{ IIC\TKU.: 11I,111I0III.ES() : 1 56 Ford Pick-up,

t .MUR-.....-...... tau) ,I'JK: : (CINTAititANii: { 54 Pontiac Tudor 1 60 Ford d Wagon\''r !! 62 SludebakerM b

... .. ? 11,000 Miles or 1 11 I :Months' ", "1'AIIS{ tOMJIIION:; :;
((.LAN( :; ) (:.111:1': ) .-mUlo. !: \'.1>\ ( :NK'K; ( : )

I'lu'4 SAVE $$1595.00 Fli"d\ I \ MI l0; \ :' ( IIII! \ ::11595.11I'' '1':11\: ; $195,00
'20. NOW j 295.fI" 595
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I direction of L. B. Monroe. Negro ChargedIn the girl away from home to

I' Council Acco tUVKCIl NEWS show him where the owner of I'"'
Begins Revamping SystemNEWS I
tinting Oi eater Allen Chapel AME:\ Rape Attempt a pulpwood truck lived. lie

I Church: Sunday School at 10 wantej.1 to use the truck to "

\v.Ith MI's. Fannie Bell!) Deles- Wllllo James Byrd 21-year- pull out his car which was. '
iDesplte Clerk 1\el'l'l11 In ctv! hull.Council the city's accounting, menctationsEJwaids .
City ( revamp I i t:e In chlrllI01nhl: s"ivui old Speedville Negro has been stuck according to Deputy

)dwards' continuing objec-I| member s aced on I procedures and Unsocial) lec- : replied that he OF INTEREST TO COLORED i at 11. At 3 p. m. t.'': Choli I II chaiRed with assault with Intent Sheriff Robert Green

twnb the Starke City Council the action at a special meet- ord.. In a fiery meeting on needcJ more )iersomul! !1 and:! Union will be hold: at Hope- : to rape a 13-year-old Byrd Is now In the Bradford -

tins begun at tlon to hire omc- lL List Thir.<\lay nlrht.\ February 17 Womack ll.U"d that with additional help! he CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY I w.l!1 AMh; : Ch.4rc'l.' Flay E. DAiuol'J girl. County Jail Under \000

one :'ui.ned In municipal ac- Mal ch 10. to .:ecide what to I the Inadequacies he found! cc lId hand'e: the matter I pi"lar" nnl: w.'1 ent The assault occn..reeSun.. bond Deputies Green and A. i i

touutuii: to assist In 'ttins c'o about) City Audlto M. D. At that time the cle.k denied Councilman Otle Wiggins' I I 'ho day morning when Byrd luredvy 10::. Brown wen the Investigiit-, J i
RECREATION NEWS I Mi Jackion i I. wr''ltln"h.lI.tl : ; of f the minion AM ( r msmb'fa ;
uJJ a new bookkeeping system Wumaclr reuommenaat'ons: to the city's bookkeeping said. "We need a new Dc'countI I I I Ing officers. '
cjnstructlve and members of the 1
A paty.: was held! ::4aturdaynight to plan proKianii I
procedures were inadequateand tug/ system" and tht>t view i
I for the Rec'en: tlon baseball for the enterttlamnt hurch are Invited to attend. Lennon pastor. The morning -
accuser Womack of making was seconded> by Mayor Chit- '
tern which was enjoyedby of the teenagers He is asking: / Evening seivlce. Opm. Prayer speaker will be Mrs/ Graham I
an incomplete audit. Edwards who cited Instances of THE RIGHT
<< ty. acCOUnts POINT for be
\ MARKET the! paitlcipants Enblems: the co-operation of all parents meeting each Thursday. 8 of White Spring The
still continued! last which are nseled: but : way you write. Come In andseelect
Storage'S were presented to th; p'aycisfor and interested persons in p. m. All members and friends evening speaker will be Mrs.
Thuisday to deny any changes not piesently being kept. your favorite ESTER-
the wonderful cooperation planning the program. Parents ; ale Invited to ntten1.I Murphy of Lake City. At 3 p.
Cold Grocery Store are needed except enlarginghis Mrs Johns said "Our hooks BROOK fountain pen. TELE-
shown. are askPl! to please! checkon Parents ar* asked tj pleasesrnd m the Choir Union will beheld
staff ale not bl'ln'l' kept rl ht. Wewere Registration<< for, the softball the children! to sethat I the children to practice All members are askedto reiegraph.W.CIT.U..
At the
special metlnA'Chairman told] that the ors/iou
by *
SllKItt's-1 program will continua> until they keep the rules and rp(u- I for the Easter program Mon- attend the Union at Hope-
Carl Hurst
audito" who said
our account- Tuesday. March 19. All Intel'ested lations of the Recreation Cen I clay evening and each Mon well.
ted the council go over Womack's ing should be brought to
up
persona ale iimtcJ to ter. day. We- report with an open date. And we can'tio: it, Unless '
M'HOOI :NEWSThe .
Pleas"
I'eglster. I help! us pre- Registration has begun in

mind. Councilman Mc- "
Jimmy we !Ret: some help.
Softball practice wtll!! be RJE Hi;{h School Chorus pare for a vel' successful the Reno Recieation Centeron "IT IS NOT TilE LAST ,
Rae the
board
agreed saying Hurst then announced that
held Monday. March 28, for will leave Saturday mornIng program( Oak Street off Brownie DRINK:' THAT MAKES A.
would check the clerk he II
with would
as appoint committee
a
gills and March 29 for boys. at 8:30: a. in for Gainesville Sf; 'RI:>Ci TF\ St. going west. DRUNKARD BUT TilE

they went along. to contact someone train- at 4::30. to BUenJ the District The Ministers Wives of the All regardless of FIRST." I
However after the first two ed in II persons
municipal accounting.and !
: brought Plans aie in the makingfor Music Fe. tivnl at Lincoln Lake City Dlsti let are sponsor- "fx who are 21 years or older -Florida Good :News
points on lengthyand try to get him to so over
a Teen Club. All boys and Hlph School. There will be inR a Spring! TeSaturday: and have lived In the stile, for
nonconcluslve discussion.: the
: books and then set up a numbers by the Mixed Chorus night. March 19. at Mt. Pis-
girls Interested in becoming 12 months and:! have lived in
Councilman Johns said .
Ruby
new system."That members are asked to contactMr. the Girls'. Ensemble and a iTih AME: Church at 8 o'clock this county for six months I Thompson Sheet
'I think we should get someone work out
( man can
Jackson. solo: by Brenda Kins Rev. n 11. Killings PAstor. '
in to set up our books for the changes with the clerk." The lecieatlon schr.iu'e; is The chorus Is looking for- I The! speaker will be Mrs. W ate You eligible may to register' register.! Monr'ay Metal Works
us. he said "and then the
systemcan as follows: 4:30: to 6.10:: :Monday ward to a very successful trip I P. Jenkins of Lake Cltv The thicugh Friday from 6 to 8 Air Condition Tune-I'ps
Let Us Prepare Your Beef and Edwards objected, saying be worked by Ed..ards.wllh the r'ir-'ction\ Mrs. p'l
that the city cannot net additional through! Thursday : 4:30to : iind' i of public( Is invited to attend. I m (except Thursday!1. Order Your
any- some :: help.
Pork For Your Deep Freezer. one in who knows the systemin Huist nam3d Chitty. Wig- 6:30: ( and 8 to 11 on Fiiday.: W IVT Randolph omen's I) iv Observed Registration/ will: close at Strawberry Pun.iOW! !

3 to 5 and 8 to 10 on Saturday ;; The nand wi'l] II' o he attending Women's Cay Will be observed I this center on April 1. Mrs I Phone 969-4021 or 964-8641
and added 'What
ur.e now. Ring anj Edwards as the committee -
M'e will Pick-up and liutcher. There will be a All teenagers aie !::' ited th<' M'isc.il, I F.. -tivnl I :: Sunday. March 20. at St..Jamr'4 Maybell E Roberto Deputy Road 16 East Starke Fla.
you need to do is hire an ex- and asked that they go .
Small Fee for Pick.up-Butcherin cows $'.00 per peit auditorthat. what ahead' and make the ne-cs ary to attend all activities I in Kt Attn tine< im thr : AME: !: Church. n.Le- I j

:nend and Hide. HORS 3c per Ib.-Cleaned Weight. brought all this on." I contacts and then report back

For Chill-cut and wrapping 5 '/lc per lb. with paper. Mayor Randal Chitty said t to) the council.

the city net-is the helms of a I Chitty said that other depaitmenU I L 2W4e.cez:;- '

We Sell Heef and Pork for Home )Free/era: experienced'I in the city would _.. _____ 0 \
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man trained and -- -
I also benefit by slmil.tr action 7 -w'
'Phone 961-8281 218 Washington St. in municipal accounting to set find Ms.: Johns reported that ff I ''oW .n ;

'j i up the books and make rrcom-I I a study Is currently being Ou ;CIASSlfrL [ GgS RU' I
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made on the! Streets Dcpartm [ ; :

> nt und.J thut a report\ will be '-. ." I
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made soon -
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"We've got some lost motion I

"La\vn )Iower in our city woik" she said, Insurance Problems? HASTINGS;; MATTRESS\ I FOR SALE "A Tribute of KfK|>e<.t and I BE SURE TO SEE WORLD

\ nni there will have to be
some chances made" C .U Th Man From 0'11) Lemon St. J'tUtM'\ block house piers sand, ce- To those who wish to pur- other encyclopedia. M. A.
acnt. mortar .teel.l lty
"Keystone"George Furniture l Repair-? ter shell mix."merock rock, root I'ha.'io a tieniui'ial of beauty Payne your local! lepresentn-

E. LaRue (Uphil.-.tercl( ti lefinisheMA'I'i'iuSSE gravel lintels. BRADFORD mini r.isUnhlon! one that live since 1958. Box 626

BIG SAVINGS NOW r STARKE Keystone Ileiifht.s.. : RT: UILT F.:>lOR.. CO Phone' (804-2521 standards"measures of up'quality to the, may highest we i, Phone 964-6792. tfchg
St-nrc trrt1lr
'E-.V lnnerspring's _
Consultant For All! Your : l offer our servlces--

BUSINESS: Insurance Needs.ReprsuentIng ). 'I' and Hot Springs 1oIt'nS: c-.: I Ingram Memorial Co. I Myers Headquarters Power ToolsArea ForLuuniiiouern
Drop I's; A Card or Call
Gri-nt Amerlcun 111... ('0. I I'ALVTKA K55: .-SOAl'lUi : AT RKHl'I'KI; ) It \TF.I! N. Seventh St. Acljiu'ellt. ToMemorial Power Tout

19" Rotary Mower' I I 22" Rotary Mower DIRECTORYAUTO 1\o TruvvliT. Iii'.,. Co.; | : : 8 .>. :?\\1. I IIJRS. I Al'TO.' ( "E.'lIa': C'f;.>:NNFRLNSt'KANCK 'nO.'rUn'I.E : : ; Vmrtrry: Lake. City I'' McCulloch (Chili. Saw.Pumps *
20/66 Wafer
I tl 473-4692 Day I I'KGOT': SIIALLCR ; AUEN.Ytfchg fi2wkfl &: System

473-4325 Nites I 209 E. Adhiiis "St.' I I Ilrlggs St Stratton Engines
2% H.I' :3 I H.r. ELECTRIC BOAT HOISTS '
Auto Fire Home Business! I Stirk. At-nt KrntulM Sale. !Sertlra
liRIGGS; & STRA TTO.lJOTon; HUK.'CS(; ; & STHA T'fO'llIOTon:' : REPAIRS Monthly Payment Plan f built to o-.der: Machine work. 230 N.E.: 16th Ave.

r FOR SALE Good business Boat. Motor. and Pump repair (lalneH\IH 376-3111

Reg. NOW Reg. NOW COINS WANTEDBUY and residential properties In' MARY CARTERPATS .- Brown's Repair Shop. tfchg.

Earl's: Garage II Starke Improved and unimproved Rt 1. Box 363. Starke [Kings-

$49.95 $39.95 $52.95 $42-95 SELL TRADE H. V. Knight. P. O. ley Lake.I tfchg
.'A LI KINDS:' OF 31-hr.$ Appraisal.. -rvlie"' for Drawer F. City tfcha I INCOME TAX SERVICE -
AUTO ItF.I>.\Jle WORK old coins free of -liiirgp I i
; on
your FOR SALE Ten acres after 5 p. m..- All day Sat.
-- AH Work Guaranteed BELOTE'S DRUGS I Raiford Road. D. L. Kite. Ph. Charles Hutcheson. phone

Phone 9flU-2)64!) Keystonn heights TV SERVICEBy 964-6325 6tp 3 171 I Blanding Rd.
969-3355. New
So. \Valnut Starke Coir.plet e Line ;

22" Self-Propelled 21" Super Rotary AUTO RADIATORS clcane1repalied. ofPAINTS 1311 Blanding St. No. 230. Qtchu 4'7' ,

New, and used radiators ANDSUPPLIES Three bedroom CB house with I Carpenters and or Carpenters

MOWER MOWER AUTO SERVICE boat trailer for sale at Southern :Marine & TV oak floor screened porch helpers wanted Establishedfirm. t..'
and carport. Hot I
Strobo's Oarage & Radiator large utility I Call Norwood Hope 376-

3 >/t II. P. 5 Position Single Leer Gilbert S. Brown Edward's Shop. Corner Rd. Orange Ph. /9G -SJ7i.St. and TV Technician For All PurposesWE water. and$400.00 space down heater.with paved1street bal-1! I 5301 .Gainesville for 2tchn Appolntment 317- ,

nimGS; & 8TH.\T1'OIOTOI: ( .HeighttIJustnlent/ Standard Oil "Service, Station tfche David Gunter :AIEET AI.L ance less than rent. A. J. .
:3 I 2 II.. HriKKa & Stratton :.Motor ATLAS APVERTISKIlJACKSONVILLE Tlr-mas. Realtor Tel. 964- FOR RENT' Furnished

5101FOR 'I modern spacious one bedroom
Reg. NOW Reg. NOWSfarko TIKES g> BATTKRIKS: 1372 Blinding St. Fast Service ; ; apartment. Air condition.

Budget Terms- Road Service Very nice th'ee! bedroom' CB ':"' fiinrantee'l Work PHlt'EPhone
forborne
: SALE8 nice lots : rfenner An)>ts. Apply! 633 Mc-
$94.95 $79.95 $99.95 $84..95 Phone 9W-7071 house with oak (floor corner: Reasonable! Rates 961-8201 or trniler $1.20000 for(, Mahone St. Phone 984-3742.

407 ;N. Temple StarkHURST'S lot and paved stteet Monthly cell separate.I
I nil fl r>v will tchg(
--- payments $60 07 Reasonable: I I'hone !))6MS21FofSTsATE 35.1 N. TempleTR.XSPORTAT1O Good Terms Williams\ Grocer I

equity. A. J Thomas Real to:' ]I 4tp 3'17
:
rHTmpton
FOR SALE Sweet potato
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Tel. 964-5701 '
SIfEL.L OH TKADK' : 'B3TntPrpation.il : s>eeNorth:| ]; Carolina Yam

JJuilders Supplies Inc. 34. hi'a< \ y duly Keep your J rmtv together': : FOR SAlEPetunias.. PanI I g.5n bu. See S C. Harley Rt.
Service Station I I's. 1111.other\ annuals at re- '
,r'(rk up tui-l Goad<) tel m* < '11.t..r a Giey'iound' bus. C'xl': I 2, Box 69-B Starke. 2tp 317WANTED !
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Gas Oils. LubricationGixxljcur I'TLLPI..\" TIRES; Williams OiMceiy. ]Ilimptoii: Lacy\ Conwnv Greyhound 964- cU'-ed:! prices Shrubbery.sale.1s. I

215 E. WASHINGTON ST. PHONE'; !9b11201(i Tlri-n A lluttcrlmt FIRST LINE:- 4tp 3 17 4051 or night 961-1044 Lacy: : rose bushes.Salvia.geianmms -: Cars To I I
in bloom egg- -
ROAD SERVICE AND nVTTKKirS: t'.ihnPI !
-.: .' -,-------.-..- - ... 301 end, 100 .. I AT MKi DISCOUNTU'alkcr's :: GERMAN: SHKPPARO' pup- Conway Flying !Service :;1ant. roe:: Jel'. Big Boy beefsteak Check :Front EndAlignmentFREE
:::r 1.fT'iftI;' I
Shell Station. 135: I II les ready; to train J. W P1 'm- RE OIL COMPAVY: tomato; plants. Phon:

I Marlisnn: S.. Tl"IFOR | pton. Crawford Rd. nt 1 BaSs tint two bay service: station 964-5571.! Raiford: Road. No Obligation Drive In Today -

a--_=:. .co=-_ 73 lawtev 4lLha! 3 17 ry, !lea. Urgent Your UrgentEATE ::::. ='====;:'-?: :.... I RENT Apaitinents and ,ilopplnn Isin Kts Paid t'alnln! Bvall- Needed the Cost I* Only I

loc>>ms Phone 964- FOR RENT -1 and 2 bt-.lioom i ab(* Call Travis :Mathla. Jafk-; I THREE BEDROOM: house on JI.1.3.lor! Molt. ('a,.. At- I

406J. : ti-nlle'-s, CMI br movp-1 (on' '> Hrh Kinsley: :;: lake for rent year FIRESTONEEUNICE ,
Itp 'nwl1.A! :! \ ll
!rt A1TES8TION PLEASE 12 V/ides/ I yrur own lot Also bale hiv: .'o"ml. Inquire at Sam Rosen- i i

:-eia's Store. Call St. tfchg
I for sale. J. B Whit". PC4IB1 FOR SAL E jrt.acle: 3 bedroom '
TIRK FOR $5.00; (J() WI1KN I I : : NURSERY
:?! 2r-h", '417 TH hou-c Large( family room
('u"tnmfade:
I Chevrolet Tomato and:! pepper plants: in
YOU IIIT1'1st TIUKAt FOR SALE-52 34 ton -
I'rurcs-i.mal: : l :tnd Hu..ine"lsmlnlanajCers., ; : Stipervi.sor.s.: Personnel IMrcr- For Fbi i III living IC. clo=ej Parade :2oub'e:! lot. :Most: tiuck. good condition.. I gallon containers. Annuals! and
fticf.\ :
-K., ,' .
FOR njN'r:1; : b di" Kiitl Ilil-! ,deslrab'e 10ntlol1.1.: : A.
turs; City and County Employers) (including: the Board of Public Instruction : f1; lore 750-11' ) I or 67(1-15( .NjlonsKlin furnished] hou 'IC. new'v r'a'n.-' P.xvn04 3 Glenn St Phon"! Sue at Lake: Geneva TiaileiCourt I Azaleas' 3 for $1.00 up. Fruit
I I .. kit all Tnlie. orTuliflfw trees and ornamentals container
,
Hetter YOU Tpo Pt1 521 W 1'i.itt St. Call <)II(!| 7IH until: 4:30( In. 964- Lowell S. Bradley.
Adults Seeking VG4- : P.
Adult Wanting Work ( part-time) or I-I I
) e> cn .
; : For Your $ $ ; Road I liii earth 4431\ 1t : 0702: after 5 and on weekends !I Phnn-. 471-4ifM K..v.t..ne. grown. 2 miles N. Law-
Job; and/or, llifh School"Students who expect to enroll in VocntionalTtthniciil No Salaried or Co.... ;.Miles or ;Mouths. FHI'K: : !I FOR SALE Motor Scooter: 4tch 4'7'

C'our.-es.: : mis ioned Employees ;MOl'NTLXl.( 1T PATRITfC'S Skitl'it IMr-' I tip tp) shape Also trailerfor
- NE tv. Fun Spot !FUturdiv: Mar I J B. TRANPCRT TRUCK oper
- - I Fl IRES: O FOR RENT 2 bedroom lent. 1 and 2 bedrooms .

.Ill\ .of you' (alxufitlilu) the Brad!ford und I'nlon County Conmiunlly. ''h1l'huUalt nAn & I1UAD LARSEN ID! 8'v-' houri of fun f-",r 5ft"ek hou-: 381 Weldon! St. Newly; W'Mte! !964-1651: 2tchl 324 1 ators.: Men having a minimum

Kcjst.niu I HrlKlilH( ) rianUi'>l to In-fit the IteniH(. ) heloxv) In order. In lfleriiilmllie. LIKE TO WORK IJS.LP; WANTED RsttUter ites Included. Starts :2pm2tchg decorated. Blinds space heater. I I of 2 years semi experience.

|'iri "<*iit unil I lulure. .iifi'ds. or> the ItrmlforilI'nlunoctttioimlIVrlinlcHrf, 1 Srhiiol.) Al- Now 4 w.iltic-.ses. 1 CO:>'(. experienced -I 3 17WAITRRS3 gas stove and hot wat 'r FGR SALE -64 Ch: v. wheel I Age 25 to 45 perferred.! Applyin
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tlioiiKli iiiinnf: llii-I, .Ir.ilnliti ,ninrsfH.. "III not he mullublo until. Scpllmlicr I Ia I'MII' YOU Benefit! bookkeeper sewing I ; WANTET1 Apply heater furnlshel. one b'ock' covers set of 4, 2 burner oil I' person :5714 Buffalo/ Ave.

luniilx-r of thi>:11 may I If started, this full (IU611)*!). machine opeiatois and other i horn ."ehool. Phone 884-0114(; spare< heater ant: metal sink Jacksonville Fla. 2tchu 3 24
PI' 1I 1-
t Camden
At| .T itifikinu. I tin* tutu, |pI'LIMIS| irliirn on or bffnrn :\1"1111121' ; ;\Man li I'.KM to Jabs open. :MaU* and female In pel son at I and cub'net'! with trim- bar- I
9IH-1912.!) !
;\Ir. .l.nui'H, II. (CUHOM. !Siiii-iliitfiilciit; | Cnlnn. ('..,,IIty. Unk. ISiitler. All Sixes on Display Central Employment Sei vice. I, nuinnt tfeh" it- "1 :i Ph. 964-5003 :2tpd 3 24T'AC'rca WANTFDGeneral: repairman

or .Mr. T. I I.. l'jv>.. Jr.. superintMn.lrnt Bradford. Count;), :&'..turI.iII. 8.10.12'hles 419: Center St.. phone 969- I i painting. carpentry etc.
an)' silmnl, l prini'lp.il,, I of cltlirr ,'iiimntyor ; ) I Hi' Hath 3711 I ItchR FOR KKNT-4: rooms.: bath IIKLP \\v\vri:-; ;n) :' DRIVER WantI 'I Contact Mutual Lumber Co.

:Mr. I I.. II. (ibniui. ., I ISO i ( limlilliiK.. !StarUe. or lnu\er 101)) Murl.oPLEASE and Kxpandubles; furnlshei apaitmeiit: Call I :MAKE $30 OR :MORE per dayon I on faim. good wanes: an:' phone 904-0241 Itchu

- - - -. WANTED-Curb (girl. I lust be Call 9Qt-\lS5.! \ tfchu local food: route.1111: or I steady work. Alek Lehocsky.

CHECKVoinllonul 21 >cai!> old Aply: in person I', woman part or fu'l ti.ne Kxperlence -I Ph. 962045) Itp PIANO WANTED upright,
New and Used at Tuck's Drive In. 2t;> 3 24 FOR SALK: tunutiuo.l In- that $50 will\ buy.
__ Agrtcultiirp< (farm 1II11'lIIlp"lI-lIt.; nnirki-ting. ; und l other. ) not I'equll'ed.Vrlte the best one
Xucatl'in( ,,il, BimlncHt. litiir'itloii:. : IHliMioKruplilc. ;, < .......kul. ...-'.r'"a, rl..l.. .'t'( .) :Mower cliullnor! Hollvwno.l:! b'1<. mAt- :I M Heath. Box 276H Di'Soto/ I I' .\\'OSI.LlSO I Write P. O.Box :563 or call
FOR "VLE--7 It Cycle -
!
\ lit :iti< .. --. Good condition. Phone Joe( Bass Rt 1. Box 112. I the way for your "call." I
\'Kutioii.il HOIIIP Ki-unoinicH: K/.icaiini:( fur \%'ltlCe& Earning Oc4 iipulliins ----- I|-
(liitliinK. (' ,i'oiii.truivtion oufcteria, and reMauru-it food" NH, et('.) Use Our Rental-Pur M4-2323 Itchg i! gt-nikp. Itn For hUh weekly earnings and ,I FOR SAIE-4 )hedroom brick

.u. __Health, Ori-iipiitlnnH" Kiliirutlon. (home nursliiK cure of Inf.mts and Hdorlj. ) chase Plnn-l'ayments :MAIDS WANTED Contact FXPERIENCFD Waitress FOR SAT E-2 bedroom: f urnIshed pleasant: interesting< work. I home. 323 N. Walnut St. Central -

(-. 'lonul lnilutrlal Hdiiriitloit: (automotive. nirrhunlcH. b"lyf"lIlhrnrk" Mrs. DeVoe DS"-3801.!' I[ -I} howe on like( Sent Fe 'erviclng waiting Avon cus- heat. air condition. large
Under $30 Per Month'vow at anl curb' "Iris \vanfaj! :! Apply
frli;:<*ri' ir-iur conditioner n-nilrs| ., care und maintenance of vmiill niotori, t ,I Lnrse water fimt: lot. Vervlensanable. (ttmers. Write Mrs. Oulda ,'I lot. Conveniently located nice
Fringe benefits Including paid
{ trades' nie hnnlriil drawing ""'.) -- ----- in person at Lee's Drive! In : Mrs Doils! I C.>rlton. Sweat. P. O. Box 540. Live neighborhood. Fire place,

,'! '<"il Kdiiciitluii: .. (HIM U.ilu l'ro<-esHlnf. ( It.ullo-TV: iwnd. related ,...,..tr.-, vacation sick leav and ,'roup :?r-hT :a I ?1 I ':?:22:! 01'.11Ave.' St Cloud. Onk. Fla I Florida room. Tudor archi-
Insurance $30 we k salary. .._ _
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und ot'ieri! ) rin BOO.nnao Jf 3 17
fchR SEE: U1: for house or apaitment tectual styling. A unique home
reKli-iiilc: : .or. nprrlfli-ully relatediH'iitlonal "0111"01'.'. KXMPI.Ki; : 'n Fnjov Truly Outdoor Living
I D" lrRb'e lo"atiin Fisvteims for a person: who want a por-
,'Irll'l.," needs the' Hiihject. of AlKehru.noie> must .lie able< to read a ml i JOB CPPORTUNirV -Walt- Ct'STOM SCREENENCLOSURES
WANTF.DPUI.t time bookkeeper W II. ollmsn. !Sio\! ]NCbprrv ; tenUal: show place at a reasonable -
:
: <'''..,HIII the technicalociiliulary, of ANY:-; tocutlon. I 'f--es no exT-n-n-e' ,r'e-ic-I. :
.---J- Mobile Home SitesAVAILAIILE for duration of Strawberry St. tfcha'; We train you ''te2 woek"tvnlnini from pries $17.300. Write
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season Apply in personto R. A. Green Jr.. 216 S. E. 1st
.: CHECK( Morris Cartsr; or J. R. I ST ADR" Lie nsed B'lllder! I pl'J'lod.' guaranteed. G.tSF'I'II.LEWSlsn: : CO. St. Gainesville Fla. or call
'ST V\CP'C! Contact Mr.Fdwnrs
,-m intercsti'd. In one or nio'tif.. these prolt'rum.1'1 AN; KMl'I;: .OYKU Full Lake Privileges Walnwrlaht. Starke: Farnrers I and Plumber Guaranteed to ocr You'll Ret fine Quality: collect. 2tchg 3 24
at pflo-IBOl tfchg'
I .
,., Interes'.ed In one or more... .. ...... Homestead Exempt- I I and Fully Guaranteed .
nm Inleresti-d II oiaor m"Mth. programs AS A I Illfill Sf'IIOOL) free Phone 2*'>-44<>l Itch!: FOR F.o\tE-II: cat! Automatic. I I 1
'I sNT;:-; Financing BLACKBERRY PLANTS: Ok- and at "POOR BOY PRICES" WTLLY will paint your signs.
electric hot water heater Ex-
!lawaha and Floiigrand! : potted I WANTED Truck rtilver far J call 378-8888 today Professional! and at commercial -
:M I.IUSONA I A. heuvv! with (re'Vnt condition Call P64- prices. Call 964-7774
W. hauling large
IE __ __________ ________ __._____ Lake Geneva or bare root.-l.lrs.: : 2204. Itp
n ____ u__ .\IIKESS: _____;_____________ Stern Starke. 301 South. 1st truck Steady emolovment 5 FOR S..LE-\IEtal: t1101b:\ s. 1 4tp 46
(Itoute No., IIox No., Street etc.) .
springs Innerspring matress-
hcuse beyond brIe::: on rIght. 11"eelc.: Bradford:! EnTineerIni -

Telephone Number _____.____n_________ CITY OK .. .________________________ Trailer SalesOn I 2tchn 3 24 Co. Phone 864-2521. tfchg W fc II professional: .t..rJ an:' ".. $2S pair 3-deck brooder.S3 : .
office cleaning! Call 9647774.dtp ... 00. Florrie B. Brown. FOR SALE-3 bedroom house

Even' though you.. program.. listed ahote Rfiute UK, One Mile: SE I FOR SALE OR LEASE-Fur- FOR RENT-2 bedroom partly I in one year. In New River

Keystone heights" I nished house barn. a'r'age famished house. Mode< n kitchen FOR RENT-two ant three! FOR RENT Furnished i area. $500 down take up

\ei. (0 I :No (0 l Open Sun. & Evenings!!' Reasonable! terms. Rsdney: P. an tile bath. Contact: bedroom brick cottasrea un apartment 4 rooms with private -, small monthly payment.!*-call

j Hall!! phone Keystone 473- Gladys Harrington at 337 N. furnished. West Call Street bath 331 Clark St. Phone I 084-2801 between 9am and

II 31S2.: 2tp 324 I Walnut St after 6 p. m. Itch Phone 961-6491. Itp 969-2281 tfchg I 5 p. m. Itchg

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;''' III.It INPTIsr: lltrockerl.Sundiiv ( I loi. and Youth Choir practice '' Youth FeLlowship 8 43

j-jI XOOH'T !! Siluiol. 10 a. m. :.1 1 l.:> Player Meeting. 7 p, m. ,;,: Training\ Union. 615.: WMU

I SHE Vvky vl'iinliuWoi' : : ,lip: ; 11 ;s. m : Commission.,.. on Stewardship: Prayer Circle 7:15.: EVBJUHK

THE li.i.nlnu. !: Union. 7 p m Even- I and Finance 8pmThins. Worship. 730.Wednesday:: .

SCHOOLS AN I DCAHTTBACH Mii; Service 8.I\ m.' Rev. .. March' 24 -- 4th !Ii : Prayer and

'Filth For Profit' Is A ChallengeTo 4) CHURCHES L.IC.V Conway,. pastoi. i Qu.uterly Conference slInI Praise Service 7:30: p. m.
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,dry, )) ctuary. 7:30: p. m. Church Choir practice! 8:30.:
('III'1MII: (OK. (;()II(
\. Prl. :March 25 through( 27- I Thursday! : Sunbeams JunIor -
All Civic-Conscious GroupsA THESE KiOS To BEHAVE 4J.:!:! N St Clair 81: .Sturke> I Conference Wesleyan Service and Intermediate GA.....
Sunday! School, 10 a. m
I' Guild:! Weekend at MethodistYouth :3:30: I p. m. Beginner. Primuiy.
Worship, Service.!. u a. in. and
in Lcesburn, 5
Camp and Junior Cholis. 4:30:
citizens committee appointed to ity as utterly with u t. redeeming social i 7'::111< ) p. m. 'PE.Veclnesdap. I .
P. m.I'Ilt'I' A place for all a!C"s. Nur"rvI
study) I he several factors l contriLmUnjf importance.> Obscenity is not 7 ':30 p, m. Prayer Me tlnA. I provided Rev Felder L. Rowan -

to juvenile problems in the urea has:: within the area of constitutionally ) Friday 7'30: p. m.-llfv. L. bWilltnms. : ; PRrSRi'7'EltlNSunday : : I pnstor.County.

come up with a commendable programbut protected speech or press.! /e I pu.stor. School 9:45: a. m. ,

one important problem seems to Here is u program of action suggested tf !NT.U'OSTAI.! HOLINESS: ;Morning: Worship 11 1m.. Paces

have been overlooked. At least we by Headers Digest that any Sunday School. 10 1m.. Youth Fellowship( rt p. m. I

do not find it mentioned in the list of community, including ours can follow : Q :\!ul'I1lnjfVorshlp.. 11 a. m. Choir Practice Thursday. 7:30: Sales TaxCollections

ifciimenU; to committees for study. 1. SPEAK OUT. The spread of pornography M pvl ,, ( Evangelistic\ Service, '7 p. m. I IP. m. I

'J 1 hat is the proble! mof pornographic results from public apathyand .vti-iweek: Service Tuesday .\IIH'.1RK NU'TISTS f
? 7:30:: p. in. -Jack Mc.sulta SET: UKIUCATION: I'
publications on some of our local news ignorance of the problem. Do not pastor Bradford County .vt the

stands. act as a self-proclaimed censor, but t Three new Sunday frhool pace In a flve-countv aron for

'J hat this; i is: a factor that should not make your voice heard. Examine the l'IJs'rIt'I'IIUIIIS'I'; : j jFildrtV rooms will be dedicated by the I percentage, gains In sales tax

be neglected i is: pointed up by an articlein paperback books magazines' and films ( tt? :March 18 -- Re- Alrpaik Baptist Church' at the collections for Februaiv I
.lb. 11 o'clock set vice. Sunday
the current issue of Headers Digest: sold in your community. If you think rival M'Ivices 10 u. in. 7:30: Bradford collections totaled
Match O. Rev
murnlnit Laci 1803309. 17.55 edit,
at
entitled! "Filth for Profit : The Big some material i is offensive say M>. Ask / tl. Itt I Pm. Conway will be the SI>""P ker. A gain over the $15.340.totol per;'
Sunday .Church School.
justness:' of Pornography." your town attorney if it violates !any h i special! I !snug service will be for February 19B5. A'.n-hua: ,
.
[ 9-43 11 .
: a. Worship a m.
I In a recent editorial The Telegraphpictured law. 44 held hi the afternoon.The I County was second with a
7.0::: p. m. Snack Supper for
the corers on a few of the 2. ORGANIZE: : COMMUNITY: :\ SUP- 4'L :MYF. 6 p. m. MYF meetings. pastor Re.E L. Oi'If- vain of B35 per cent and Clay

lurid paperbacks on display here and POUT. Clergymen parents civic, C 630.: fls. announce that a string was thirdvlth B.05: per cent.

easily available to any teenager who business! and labor groups can form an 'c31.3 : J :Monday, -- GUI Seoul' Troop band U playing at the church Hiker; County showed a decline -
1 each Sunday night at 7:30. of 30.41 and
: per cent
has the price to pay. effective. committee to demand action | meetings In Fellowship Hall:
The public Ls Invited to all Union County dropped 13.57
The brazenness of these publicationsis from law-enforcement officials. Citizens ] Troop 805. 3:15: : Trop\ 60S.l .
services ,per rent The state as n whole
illustrated by the following notice for Decent Literature Inc., :3300}: l 14.30: Troop 607. 5:30. Wes- .showed a 8.76 per cent In-

sent by a publisher to prospective Carew Tower, Cincinnati. Ohio has d 1 I li, .van Sub-district MYF meets MADISON :<;l'ICEtTn.I'YIST : cieaseBiadford.

writers some time ago : "We are start- helped to establish JlOO such committees I'tr., 5 5tt4 at Grace :Methodist Church. CIIITKCI! also: showed nn 'n-
I
ing a new line of paperbacks 'and'neert' across I the country. ,Ji.....'!. ; I Law'ley. 7:30: p. m. .,, 1 S.M'J;!!)'I.!<\ay services: : Sunday crease In the 7-rent .I'-olin!I,, *

tough. hard-hitting, sex-action-filled' 3. SECURE EXPERT LEGAL: AD TuesdllYCub Scout Pack' School 9:45: a m. Mnrnlnu!: tax/ collections' from $49 899.11!>() '

books geared to the demands of to- VICE.; The battle against pornography Home, Sweet Home! meeting. m. Fellowship! II.U1. 7:30p. : Worship am 11 a.Young m. Intermediates Prople'sChoir' for February Ii55.!) to 53.288

day's\ competitive market. What we is often won or lost in the Vt'dne..dlY1'11111111'. Jun- practice 4:45: p. m. .06 for for February I960.

seek is offbeat sex with emphasis on courtroom. Convictions depend upon Sawyer Gruen
'
deviations.' The sex must be as strong vigorous prosecution backed by strong' :

and( as offbeat as possible" laws. Make certain that the anti-ob To Be Listed In decHURCu

That will give. you a rough idea. scenity statutes in your state are pow- Jaycee MagazineThe An investment in Your Future '
Says Readers Digest) : "Until the erful and consistent with the latest NEWS

early l!);jO's obscene; materials: were Supreme Court decisions' and that SUirke Jaycees have (h + I -


sold ity has privately.emerged. Now into hard-core the open.obscen-On procedures your police; officials to enforce know them.the proper Urge I i I have Sawyer announced been{and selected Dr.that Harry for J. Ch.trlo 1 l.-clus-Orurn: < ('hurl'h"Hre lance, 11.11. V L I ?: [1l t, 11 l!: L1 I li l I L!r 11C I':\ I [liHi I:

countless newsstands paperback books that all cases be tried in a criminal ion In the I9BB e-Mtinn of To l.lst Their Schedules "I.-u.. .. ,.. .. ...

by the I score present!: explicit accountsof court before a jury by an attorney I "Outstandlnu Young Men of In This Column

sexual perversion. Stag movies experienced in obscenity law. America" The two local monl, I
:U.UI"OSITICt:1': : :
and slides, records of obscene songs We have at least six groups in the I were nominated: eailr! tills n.\I..IST ('lit'R('H

and( humor, pornographic. pictures and community that have shown some interest year by the Jaycee chapterand Sunday Services: Sunday '.

comic books, -all are available .on the in this problem in the past t. or were (selected by a 11-man School 9:45: a.m. Morning

open' market to buyers of any age. who might reasonably be expected to the national board of editors for I I Womhip.' 11 am Intermediateand

If this rising: tide of obscenity! is to show an interest in the future. These publication. Young People's Choirpractice ;
"Outstandlna Youn'Cfl'n":
be beaten back Readers; Digest:: believes are : the senior Woman's Club the Junior U an annual biographic! I 1 \ 8:30.ThurHduy: Riinhniinm. Junior /

that citizens must recognize pornographic Woman's Club the Bradford compilation of approximately:. I. and Intermeili.ite! 0.\',", 6oV1).Cc1i4i t

materials as the public enemies County Children's Committee the 10.000 young men betveen, the | 3:30: p.m. Deginncr. Pilmary! )

they are--destructive:: of the values new Citizens Committee a special I aces of 21 and 36 who "have and l Junior Choirx.'! .j 1.30.: o ( }: ;

essential: :: to a wholesome law-abiding city-appointed committee named by distinguished! themsehC" in Nursery provided., '( A place .

society. the City Council a year or 80 ago, to one or more field of endeavor fur nil OJCI'''. Rev Folder.!: 1... ,

"We need not stand by helplessly: : take steps! against pornography on to the." point of being outstanding i| Howun pastor'' f'

the nuilti-million-dollar I smut industry newsstands (and they did accomplishsome I Publication date of the book inisr \rrisT.. :STAKKK; : x Coil bless Mommle, DadJieo and J I'y

i j""< vulnerable to determined! united ef- results at that time) and finally lset for July 1. 10(56( Sunday. Mach 20 -Sun.ioySd1Dol. : d all my Aiends l at church 00.

fort by concerned citizens" the Digest the churches-individually, or throughthe I 9.45 a m. Morning: .

article "The first amendment :Ministerial\ Alliance. 30th Division
says. : Worship, soi mon. "How We "J1earlwn''Il.flt the voice 0/nvyN
to the Constitution which guarantees Certainly! acting either independently To Hold ReunionAt ,I', Can Have A Revival." 11 a. m. 1"

:' free speech docs not make the or cooperatively, these influential Youth Choir practice 5:20: p. cry, my King and my God"J

smut' peddlers' immune to prosecution. organizations can do much to correct Miami Beach m. Ti'Blnlng! Union B:13.: ,'

The U. S. Supreme Court has declared : a trouble spot that se mil to grow \ Evening Worship: sermon ,,1r' Goo's word baa a great deal' to

Implicit in the history of the first steadily worse.It 'I The 20th nnniiiil reunion .of "Jesus Seeking" and! Saving sr ba i say about prayer, for prayer is
the U S. AI'mfllmotl :30th
The Lobt 7:30 m.
p.
amendment is: the rejection of obscen- is a challenge to all of us.Farmer's I' "Old Hickory" Infnntrv Division I Monda.v101111111. : { Revival s: our mesas to communicate witlaGod.

will he hold' Jilt 12-11 I III I Service, evnn'ielist:: Tom M. Through prayer we call
nt the piiuvlllc l ,, Hotel I In .Mi ,I Collins 10 a, m. Evrnlni' R-:
the "scuttlebutt" Is that give thanks, petition for our
i a II ami Beach I I e
vlvfll service, 7:30 p. m.
Diary II\ decision on it's location will The 30th was Mt.illnnccl nt Tuesday. March 22 nc- d friends, and seek God's wLtdona
not bP announced until sometime dump/ Blending from Orloli I
Chfh'nnd
tlval. 10 a m. Junior
By Sam McOarvey In MItY. We can'l Imagine 1912 until :ilnv inn./: tliirlnsr Sunbeams 3:30: p. M Prl- for our daily living.

I ,why the rielnv. unlessIt whlrh time rnnny of its personnel flinty Choir OA meetliw. Be- I

now though: that It may be a has something to do with llvpil( In Sl.ulio. and Inner: Music Activity. 1:30: p. i fake prayer: a ddfb'pr11cUt ) tosti .

little late, but the weatherwill the prlmarv elections slated I MirrmimlmK';; <' f> nt m ti 11 it.,... m Revival. 7:30: p. m f YourliXe. ii

bo the< deciding factor In for that time. Some have' returned to thin Wednesday Revival: Services
that respect. o nran' to ivtlro In recent iirn.
:yi 10 a m. and 7:30: p. m. r
.
o 0 Since Just about everyone In .fune of 1911 the :301 hhclnwr -- RevivalSen .
Thurs., March( 24-
One thing Is sure: the !/'rowers else has been expresslm his fully trained/ wont, Into 7:30
Ires. 1 10 a. m. end : p i i
have many thousands of choice for the location( of the France onJ\ plus, .1 I (June m. S ----..

dollars Invested and rUht courthouse, we might: a.i well lot) /and waft rnnmittoil to Hovlva' -
Frl.. March 1"> -
now thev are worries:J about set In our two cents worth battle lit once, During' combat 1 1-
Services; 10 a. m. and 7:30: p.
getting: their money back let Three factors we think ar? the division WIIH known

Berry plants are hurrying' growers wanted it. Trouble Is Important. In making: that decision as the "WotkhoiHo of the m. '.Oiim h Cot uppoMxf' iqimy In !Hill .oiW for, ipnodtoq KM li...ddg l l il Ms.hiss \\VIN\ T1q .

up now to meet the market 'sloop making a profit. But are the purchase price Western )front" n name given n\i: i t\'t1: 111.1'Rllllnll.Y ; for non end. al Hit imnmi lol, man la ftipond ,It Idol' low br (com) hit n"ijhkof., Wrtho" >
deadline aftet the: recent cold ten days or so of "grood pick- f How as possible)J. the size of' to It hv Hen Rlflpnhtiwer: It .,
School 10 :T. m Ihft greumlliii In Ihl loss d( "'d. n. fi.iinininl' of w<.iilf' M ray 01 f hits will !bag t/i'/
nap which killed, some Woom Ins"'! could change; that picture the property I large enough to was' also famllinrlv known" as"Roosevelt's :Moinlntf! Worship. 11 a. in p..U>.(. end "Hit' fcadowj.. wtlKh n hold M dMf rill I n...ilablr' ,| funk.' Ih''''nl'.i., .*... :. : =
and of the small fruit. and bring smiles of re- allow for expansion)I. and SS Troops sominiccj
seme .I Prp-Servlms I n'sl/I'' I nil mJYouna ,. tram < ulltih, point d! view i en should "wppoit .Mil. Chunk far' the" tok .! lite Lila' ,* o.i:: >
I but lastly the (derm.in: high
lief. thirdly: by no means by c
One Law ley area grower Mrs.
: Ieo the amount of property I command bet-mine of the con- People and! PiayctService .( himwll", and kit 'family. lv GIIII Ihaf, however, twy pecan ihoiiU. .,*..W.. anal. pr.Hcpoli \
jpi-kir' Durban said her plants 0 0 FvrnlnpWorship
and taken off the tax roll. MI'ilenl'IgIII' nml" tpirlln pn,''n- I. H p. m. to Hn hunt, beagle II Mh "Hit' "mth' abet mans Hit' did aM dadky; n. V'"ll1'
!
lire "ready to go now I 7 ;MI'wcc4! 1N
,
in '
is also
The time approach- t p
loaded o sine I the :noth brought 1 to !heat> : f aI III shila alias dl id bn fill N M m S eMIl i II W.
that the bushes are ''ng for the setting out of tobacco .""I vlt'P. Wednesday 7.30:: p
With those three factors In on Hitler! elite I hot SH: DivlHicm "+ W..en ".. ....
with fruit. I plants, and for growerswho I >n ..ReV) L. ROUISJV pastor
mind we favor the choice of
I I I have both berries and the American Legion! property I The main npiMikei at I hi'. l reunion ( : : ; ; : J ;l : 1

Pat Parrlsh. new manager. tobacco that means a big bnn< "t on Jiil\ I H I ii,\nisrSmidiv "
as the cost; Is low comnared fiif \\ c.\i.v\nv
at the market he expectsa ccramble. Incidentally: we I ofl I
say
to others bein'z: con lcII'ed. it be Flliott: Roosevelt Mayor ; Stool: 10 a. m
biz: volume of fruit at the heard from Fled Clirk.' UF is a large plot of 15 acics.and Mltinii IJe.ii. h. unit! HUn of the Morning) Woishlp. 11 o, m These Religious Messages Are Made Possible By The Following Sponsors
auctions starting! at about tobacco agronomist, that< loyally -
; as It It currently exempt isle (prosul'nt.' I Irnliilnu! IJnion'I1:30< : n m
A pi)11 1. It so that will coin- grown tobacco plans may Anyone" wjio him.., ever, brat
from taxation there would! be !i"'11 In""! Service. 7::30. Pi'avn
ride with the Bradford County be scarce due to) some seedbed member; the :Goth: Divlnlon Farmers Mutual Koch Drug Store Lawson Meat Market
no loss on the tax roll. n of \C..tlnVe. / ( .I1""* nv. 7:30: p
Fair and Strawberry Festival troubles, brought on. by cold 0 at .any. time, orI/ member, nl.inv In.Rev H II Hutler. :pastor Exchange "YOUU 1 IIK.M.TII! .: IS !(Jtrit.MAIN. AM U) which will run from March and rainy weather.Congratulations unit iittnchu'l! to the :Ilrtlhduring ?
the other two sites : :\ CONCKUN"l'rcc : :\ : :">i .
However "
30 through April 2. 0 I combat is .,lIul il!>l lu! fm \rniMiN) i\nisr' f 'pechlie In ('nitmii SlaughterI'eedstirtlllr.'rsSuds \ -
under consideration have Delivery (I'hone 11.1I111!)(; ( lag ('utll"lt''ru"I'I"I| | |(-
0 School 10 m
a
o In the :3OI) h III Sunday
order membership
are In considerably more backing: I'oiillrt. h iiiiliini-nt:.|. I| lrriiiriil| .' I For l Deep| Kree
This I Is an unusual season for our 4-H and:) FFA members I and seems likely that one of fantry Division A. H'III,,,, ,I Inn. Morning I Worship. 11 a. m I INKO( ) |'IIIK: -HVI'IIIKIKS: : PHONE: (MilM'JHIOF :.!

In several respects. For one. It who made !such a good: them will ultimately be chosen. All vllgiblr; persons are nilcmi Tialniiw Union. fl:30: p m I VI roll-tun' lrinliir. '. .. SLADE GAS

" Is the only one we can remember showing at the Steer Show I to lontart FlunkV.. To\v- Evening Worship, 7:30.: Piay- .(! f'' "
/Route 1. Uionker., Fl.ipiesnlent Meeting.: Wednesday 7:3PD : Q4r.. -rr vc.'s,
in 17 years. !In which ,and Sale last week. And 0 0 i rii and Appliance Center :
Co.13M \
Bradford Abstract
\
KO little fruit has been sold by to the buyers., from this area. ,, .uf th,- A".-ni' i itmn' I II m -Rev. R. E. Beigstrompu.sl.or. .

this late date. To our knowledge who gave strong financial Long: range weather forecast -I fur... forthI, I. l t .nil. 111\ n' r' STAKKK.\: : I INC.(
: hot. sultry with frequent \\ (CAM. STIIKKTI'h.
only once or twice so support to the sale. Incidentally i I I union" Hi, -' iti that between i Fli.DeWITT C. JONES lJ.S. :301 NOKTHI'h. 1()
IUP'IISTSunday
squalls In the 14-county area \ le0/ nil "lido(, ,"II i' ,, I AlltrAUK !iMiMlKHl;:, '\I Stiirke.)" : .
theHerefords
far. has there been fruit sold did you notice hat comprising the new senaturin'i ., School. 9:45: a. m 1'I'NEICAI.lIO11ES, :"> (( !Oli) ;! -tS01: StarUe.)" Fli.
made petted! I I.t itr. ut'ioII' nrnkn : -
along the and that a rong\ I
highway districts until the second primary \Iornlnj Worship 11 a. m .
Is usually a good indicator of omeback this year after losing i 'li 111.11" '" "lInl"- Edwards Grocery & Stnrke Ph. !M> |.2I>00)
Is cner i Evening Service 7:30: p. mil
> Black will h tl nI I Keystone lleiithts Charley E. Johns
production. \ out to the Angus: I il I Pi,aye: Meeting. Wednre.dav !

o 5S or many years? .: .JO p. m. Training, Union Mkt. I'h. l7-M7ft:{ : AgencyGroceries'ilenlwfeeds
.
And for another. th. crop o A Classified; Ad In the TILE: : ', 'r" ,ida7 :ill p. m. -Rsv E. L (! ; ,; .

has been held back by cold While no one knows where GRAPH brings/ result' t '3rll fill pastor (.'...* & (Oil;I Hurst Shell ServiceCAUL 131 s. \\ ,,''n"t. I'h. 961-nol
weather almost exactly as the the new courthouse wll! be. iKNKKAl.: INSfKANl'K:
I.\l'lt\ BUTIST I'h. !9iI-21M2(i :Stnrke.)" l'la.Loudon's IHTRSTHwy. ( Niiliinlv Hut JS'iiliixly I'liilcrsclK

I !Sunday: School. 9:4.: a m. :Jill( & 100 Ph. !9fii. 111 ('lnul...,. t':. JoliiiH/ ,\K"iirWalker's >'
\tornniji' / Worship 11 't. in
I THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Evening Worship 7:20' ::: p. m Merle] Norman'y
tint! I Player Meeting.\! Wednesday ( (eOSWA Shell Service

ESTABLISHED 1B79K. 7 30 P. m Rev Luthc McGee Cosmelic.. Studio X Iteautv Shop American Service Station
117 S. Tln>i>,iiHi>n I'll. 11I1I.ifllll.: llercules Ilr.I' K.eryPI!
'. L. MATTMIW EDITOR AND Pu.Li.M.:n pastor It Your Slur liii'l II.-4'iiiilni '('n and Bus Station .\ _,;(_Kd; uunl. irkury'H,. ('nniilileIlwy. |

UItOOK.n1'1'1"1': Vim->' n "siiouiii, itf c.HI ic Tu r... 1.11.\ ('onwsy, ......It.I"n""p \lIt. 4iuntge;
::1 FLORIDA' OLDeST WCIKLT NCWSPAPIM. PUBLIIHIO CON r Sunday School. 10 a m ln-riii| 'lion. I'll. )081.1031/ 1IM) East I'h. 1MU-K.V1I

'. TINUOUM.T' UNOCM. TM. SAME HA TMKAP Momma Worship. 11 a. m "
66"
r Starke Service TORNADO SHOP
Training.( Union. 6:30: p. m.
t', PUBLISHED EACH THun.OAr AND INTERN' A* SECOND CLAUS MATTER AT TH. PARTS SERVICE CO.
Evening< Woi-hlp. 7:30.: Piayer KIWAKDSllrnkc ) .
HIM. / Huinetmode. Doirul_PU/iH itiulll..nif
'hyt POST Orncm. AT STARK !FLA. UNDER. Aar Or MAMCM a. i.7.. Meetlnj; Wednesday 730.: OF STAUKK
!!oi..rJro-\\h".1. Hiiliinri. .. Cooknl ;.Mfiil
'a" RA OA and Sunbeam ) I every! (":SO ..r. Temple Avenue! .
fN THE TRADE AREA ONB YP2AR3 SO . 8DC MONTHS n.oo \\ heelIlgnn'et I 138 K. C.LLIT.:
t othri Thursday afl rn'On. fin N'. Tempi.. I'll. 94;1.5551 Ph. !1-772I/ Vi ir 1'.tr.I. ,lpprs| ..htel, l
G. r rrcrnn' : TRAPS ARFA)! OrflU! THAR! M An . soc' MONTH, (7 2ftr .
ReJnie Temple pa-.oi)
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Discount the 111bt>Cnr.. and! To Ki.r-i, I K i-iw-r.' 40 I I"T|ii|". ..1I..1f..r. HWllI. I'lftlliy ,-
< n tf'iine commerce team ford and Mrs Gerald Craw- attack! .
put Little
County League urges .
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SlHItll, Atlltlllli' : Av'-ntl., I'lnii'llllHi '' 1.1":. "III I. 1,1' I." 'i
I i inn.' within .OIK* point nf f upKittnifT mi .1 hilt llniHh whirl fell only all members to be. ptesuiit.' Any loixl were in JacksonvIlle on Mr.\ and Mr*. Elmer Carter I 111 Ii. "'I". r. I.'l'4. I M'HTil ..
II RECREATION NEWS i iJI' t t \ the harniM.M i : apple inlTins i I 2 points; shy. person: interested" In mamitcinK./ hustings, last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Blai-k- Von a.ruIi"l'-l y ulutt flu1)1st,, )' I IM .null.. .. .Ml.11] I lit- |1"lhll.Io..1,
pinie was played, witliru'ivi'.M The barriers) '' led the. entire umpiring or willing to help in I Mr and Mra. E. M. Norton man and Lisa vIsited Mr. and II null, finDlviirrr I Imx h.-.-" nliiliiiculnnt .i Il' .I'll..Il \t .-..k r..,. 'niur. "ItsI ...
you I In I lh>' .alnivf tini>.t-il I I. ,lilly,\ *- "'.'k... In. I"In- lll'ii.llonl.. '
wtraineil ami defense visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carter of Long
Kamiand\ were COfliflrtlIblrgoing any way is especially Invitedto und family: ("MUM unil" ,'UII... iind you ar* i ,.iini.v 'rmi-Ki-aiiii." ..
I was; the biff/ thlnR. The_ bnrbci-a Into the final period attend this. meeting to beheld :\\11'". Frank Johnson on l Key- Branch Sunday afternoon. ,I', titillu-il\ .. I',, M"U ..lly "I .'iuI' [...t..1 thIN VIii ,iin.v. ..r !MIL" !h,
: Jlt) ISOVS: winners with 10 point. while end of the 1st answer. or pIvMilliiv lu the i-i.tii-'
led ill the quarter with a 20-12 lead. The at the Recreation Centera atone He.ight.s Saturdjy eve time.
\SKKTKALL: LU: \ :ft to Chamber of Comnierre :
011-1 4. merce team, led( by COlli'I.I., 7:30: p.m.Iun.tc..v: night ning. MI-I-I4-K TO ".:"1'11 orn">y l-lcm.. t i'number. of Commerce, pul- pin each had 13 for the ( come back to tio It up Smith's It points put a Mdi-ch. 21. ;Mrs. Sadie KldiT<1< and family III I'lrriilt. I ....... llrmlfnrilnin I I' O. l>rH\\oi lull). HlHi-lif, ";>C A.ltAV.. .
So. nine. 10 0 10 8 28 <. l l-'l..rl HI.. II" liml' In "'l-rk' ..r I II''" t.Mri-iili' .. fuiiriHlv ...
ii . Chamber of in the Barbers before bowingby Tern Time nil III'" and Johnny Lott were Sunday > > I'I-In and "i-'i'"
D C of C 11 4 12 7 34 I.IHI.N., : .''.. I 1-1121! I lie 'irflft-"I' lit.- ,I'l.'rk nf 'lluIn .' Minium, .*i .'''>'iu>
ti' .-. MiUii-rn, Discount 31 to :28.! ,I Commerce took the lend In the margin of one Held Koal A dance: for students of I : dinner guests of Mr. and, VVallii14, 4 ''I,i I I" i I I'liilntll'l. i I I "' tilt <,,,,IiIt, "ii ",,i' bi.fMi, ,. UK-, rx-piit.v' i' ,'rk
hi H'". ion-., hopped! Discount. toi Bradford! Barber Shop eilged, the :3rd period and held<1 a i li-:; :28-215.. Robbie liarksdile paced, Bradford Junior High School Mrs. F. P. Lott of Hampton. 'S K.n. ii. I K "1111,1'/ I">.",(. ml.int., ,, I "lilt .,Inv.. I Aiipll.," I'lilll' ; "lit. ,i-wlm-. .i I 10 41. ,

Of i ,. 101-" 2nd plnce. Tho Com- I Chamber of Commerce :21! to\\ 13 lead going Into the 4th Urn winners with 12 points. has: been planned for Saturday 1 Little Amy Kay Barton of :-:,,'r"1'1'1'1: ,{ .

ec "c.< t'Miu'" led the giniu: all 2O in n thrilling" game and quarter. The biu-bora' wenable ScorlnK Summitry night. :March III. at the Starke i! Keystone Heights spent the -- ---

1 ,i- II 1I" liike.. I the victory. ,, iwn enabled the bill bel' team to out-wore Chamber' of Commerce BBS 16 /8 8 28 Recreation Center The dance weekend as guest uf :Mr. andSti's. !

1\\ Tinn"
i il I /iiiSouthern, ns they,, The Chamber 1 I' i round and toow the name 21- Oil gullied a berth "Tile Squires"" Admission Is I daughter JACKSONViLLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY

i "111,1 1U! I u put nny points tell 111, playing the role of 20 nnil wore able to flnloh In In the championship game as 50 cents, time is. 7 p.m. to 11 ilr.: and }!t'H. George W.

I '!.in. hcMiil.,\ Uflote Icil the,. apuilcM'H had hurl Smilhern In! pluce. Hobble Unrkudnle ttiey odo( the shoot In K of p.m. You youngsters/ GO Hi'own atle.uiied( the harlem I

| piiccd the winners wllhll! i Thomas ami McKnightto a WHERK: THE ACTION IS! ':lobe TroUt-is: Miow at the HEARING AIDFor OPTICIAN --
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points while Lrtinnle Olive wns 38-22 win over Discount.. After Sl'KIN(i l>.\Nt K oiiseum last Tiiemltiy evening ANTIQUESANTIQUES\ !

GLASS That's Our Business high for the lo.ers with 0.Scnrhur I u slow start. Uegrlste.r began FOR BUS: STI'I)KNTS: la Jacksonville. :' Best In Hearing SeeSONOTONE-- Bennett-Daly

Summary to pull away and the A big Spring" I)"nec for ;Mr.\ and Alra. V. N. Geiger

Hrail Barber: :5 4 4 8 21 game, was never In doubt after gl'/III'R/ .9>> through 12 will be 'nf Jacksonville. visited Mrs. Bought SoldAppraised Opticians Inc.
"If It's Glass We Have It" ,
CoIC 456520 Archie .1. M. Bradley Sunday after Furniture China Glass
the first quarter. held &ut the Starke Country OF JACKSONVILLE Lenses Duplicated
Accurately
,; CALL WRITE or VISIT In the fInal! game of thon Thomas with 17 and David MeKnlfiht Club Friday night. March 18. noon. Silver Brass- Oil PaintingsOne and PromptlyOnly

FOR ANY CLASS NEED > n1nr si-.i son play Lawtey ) with 13 p.iced the win Time will be 8 to 12 p.m. The Mr.. and Mra. Marvin War-' I'lece or u I.1IIOe Full "The Strongest and Smallest the Finest In Quality
pulled.. a big surprise and whip- ners while Lloyd, tjilpen was music will be provided by en and daughter Lynne Hearing Aid in the World"Only mill Prescription Service

"We Dfhifjn :Modern: Store Fronts 1 1r Tlu- lodropped, Southern to high/ for the losers with 8. "The Members," a band from Jacksonville. Miss: 'ot'l Ina Ward Antiques Co. Hearing Aid Shale 28 Went Duval St.

Just Mail Us A Pattern For pod Southern. niscount 21-19. Scoring, Siiirininryncfflster Clearwater that' Is tinder A I Appleby of Nashville. Jacksonville. 303-1835::; '
Tops a :tnl$ \ pl.ice, IInlMh which was nIMR I 6 13: f 0 10 38 recording contract with Mercury -i and Mrs. Victor Appleby ofj I i :3.172 St. Johns Ave. 22 Went. Monroe ,
F. 1 disappointment for n team So. Discount 65 7 22: Records. Admission. for Jacksonville Beach visited Mr. Jacksonville 353-1483

(tli.it held! 1st place for several In the consolation game C this d.inee will be. SI stag, and! Mra. J. L. Bradley and Jacksonville 387-1379 PET SHOP

A SHEA'i:GLASS CO. \\ucU.H .mil was. the I'8'' team of C edged S. I II.> 24 to 20 witha ami $1.50 drag. Free rerreshment family during the weekend.Mr. !. full Collect. THE

t. I t 10 i lie, imdefoiHed. before( be- come-from-behinil! rally typical will be provided by the : and! Mrs. T. Finch of hOllY SHOP>>

; UU ( 1C.) KinnniK to taJte its knocks. of the Commerce boy's Recreation" I>ept.: Door prizes PortUnd, Ind. spent Thursday Auto Sales!1; & Service Kongo Pet Shop

:Southcin.. was': well an its play .all reason. The Discount and contests will' be. given. und Friday, aa guests of FIELDS'HOBBY Fondle. :\II1.Jt.IJ.. .*<*a.
Gainesville. Fla. Phone Fn -.353.
1313 Nith\ I'l.
w 'iy to winning 'his R.mic a.. crew started strong with a 10 The accepted dress will be :Mi-. and Mrs. Cleoige Brown. WESTSIDEVolkswagen Inc. POODLE GROOMING

evir.Miniexpei:t led them to do. point first quarter production school wear. A committee of Airman Flist Class. and :Mrs. I ', SHOP, Sweaters Collars, Tags

Tin, v held.. <1 n 7 to 2 1st ,quartet. This was. the only period of "Indents! has made many plans I Tommy Raulerson. left Monday Inc. Pet Supplies

_\N0LIMITED: : (H'ANTITY I li ,nl! ,,ricl! (nil 1 14 lead nt I half play In which the Commerce &and preparations, to Insure a ] for Formosa where they I AUTHORIZED DEALER I i A Complete Line of Birds-FUh-IlimiHten.

I t tune I lint i t then an! I unbelievable: 1"1111' W.IH out-scored nnil, even Good time for all attending.Sinlur will be aUtloneil for, two I Builders Supplies Daily & Sun. 10-6 P.M.
Only :1'2:! l.i-fl Out of !98>:t lu.,-h .sfiirinir" : Southern WaS though, Discount led 12-10 lit Howling. / League I years. Tommy Is the son of !Sales' L StI:/ I'arUI5m1v I 1 Boat & Airplane Closed Tuesday

FOR SALE FILL I linn Bhnppeneil. the usual halftime the Commerce boys:! Senior Boys and Girls bowling I Mr. and Mrs. 1). B, Raulersoxi.W. 'f''Ic'e Shop -Specializing In Radio '- 8939 Herlong Rd.! Normandlc

1995 I limited to only one point in lnui( begin their overhaul jub.1I'lot"1I league met Monday' night R. Holloway of IVnaa-< Open 8 a.m. 8 p.m. Section
2 BedroomsUI1J I'KICi: tin- Until two qu.II'lel''hlle n 8 the Mr.' and :Mis. Controlled Models W.
I points' pored: :Mdrch 14, at the St.irkc Bowling uola is visiting S Sat. Closed Sunday Jacksonville 781-2800
Bat h -N" 1I1IeIe'I. Itru'iConpele : (lied Ill) Luwtoy team m-orec.1 winners. while\ J. Roy Chas- Center. The bowlers rolled Walter. K.: Hullo way. 1130 p.m.LANK: .\\'.:. SOUTH arid EquipmentOpen

Homes Financinjs: : A\uiliibie I 17 points( (anil, picked 1 a comeloiubihiml teen had 10 in 'a lo.sing effort. a three-game set to establish Mrs. Margarelle. Ann Peeler Phone Jacksonville: 38J-3441 PIANOS

[I'' \ :21. to 10 win !Sciirlng Summary an average and league and children Mandarin I Evening till 9 P.M.:

Perfect For Lake, Beach, Forest :Siexe: Ciiblieilgc) pa,'CLI Lnwto.\' C of C 4 (43 6 9 21So. I p1u)' will get untler'ayIon\, ; and :Mr. and :SIrs Ueo'geV.. 602 So. EdgewoOd ALTERS PIANOS"Piano

with H points while Lloyd CHI- Dl*. 2 10 4 1 20 day night. These. teams need Brown spent: the weekend In Parrish Motors I Jacksonville! 388-8662
Come To Buy '
I Prepared the losers & Organ Complete
ii> was high for of Mr. and
I In the champion.fp I< : ;: game sponsors HO any bii.sinesses Ocala as guests
FREE DEIJVKUY) TO YOUR LOT with S.Siiii'liig. I Bus emerged victorious 26-23: who would like to sponsor :Mrs. L. :M. Stonur.CLAY 1 I Service Center"Kraukauer

Within :30) :\1iI1.-Iof) (;Jaim-sville / Siininiary' In an exciting game and worn one nf the six teams please: SALKS:!I I Men's: & Boy's Wear C Custom-b
: 50 l>is. 7 11 I 0 151!) II the distinction of Champions.I! contm-t the Parks and Recreation ,..................... siuICK: : ::1fOL"-> pianos since 1869.
in :.AIo\inK 2.1:. 8 9 21 "Quality Clothe for :Men and S P. A. Starck & Jesse
Also:. Sle( iaHLinr! :Masonry! Hnildin I..mti-y of IfliiB. The Barber Boys hue) Dept. PARTS

Plume ::1; -21)1;) Kln.-il; -inclines, I cwon-lost: to put on a big; second 1 half: Junior, .''I; Haiitam' Hoitllng. HILL nOY8 !Since 1019"Van French Pianos
Heusen Stetson Hat Music: Piano Method..
Ri'Kister Oil. n-3; ; SouthernUradford effort to pull this game out The Recreation De.pt. will Dealer
Mid-State Engineers Inc. Barber Shop. 6-2; instructionand I 32 Years As A McGregor Gold Cup Soxolnplcte Collections, ClassicsAll
of the fire as they were down organize bowling I Good Used Cars
lusroiint. 4-J; C of C, 3-5; 15-9 at half time. The champions league/: bowling for, boys Always ( 'orn1'E'ar Rentallotinqfflen'sShop Kinds of Used Piano.
P. n. ISnx I llll I $!)I I .il\. Station Ily' Mrs. howard l'act.eUI I 821: Laura St. JaekaonsIIlePhone &
Law ley. 2-l..J 12 biff und girls 10 through 13. Organ.
picked pointsin ages
"Snlr Oflin. 13th:! Strwt, X" S.\V. 8th .\\t.. up !i 356-5654 Low Bank Financing to
Junior Hoy. the 3rd quarter to take a The Bantam group will take In I Phone 289-1132 |

l'hll"'l'lon"hl." l |P TournamentC'h.imber I 21-19 lead into the dual period age 10. 11 and 12, while the! I !' 3 Years
.........a..A.....# Automatic Transmission! 2153 Standing Blvd.
Junior will :
Duval
.1 "of Commerce met' (ut plu.V. The I.ISt quarter of group cover ages 340 :Main Corner

l-iiwtev in the 1st round of, play of the 10
I the single elimination tournament exciting a finish as nnyone these boys and "girls, has been large, crowd( In church Sunday I Automatic

Serving Florida which< will determine the could want to nee as both set for Saturday. Match 26 at We had several viitora; Transmissions & PIANOS-ORGANS

Since 1930 Junior' League Champion of I I (dims played defense, but the 10 a m. at the Starke Bowling I :Mr.; and, Mrs. !Preston Moore : :MOTORCYCLES Mason. & Hamlln Pianos

cc7cic? ; 1066.( The Commerce team'|I n.irbors coming out on top Center. A II boys and gills in of Penney Farms, Mrs. Betty Motor Exchange Hammond
Organs
greeting oervtce alive In the 215-23. Roger. Kelly nnil, Hobble the above who. de- Alii.t- HONDAMOTORCYCLES
f2d -myed tourney by I age groups Padgett and i-hlldren of : I BIG DADDY VV.LT :Magnavox Organs
I'liitiinatinff! the Lawtey Five Iiaric''tu with 10( ami 6 Hire to participate in this activity vllle and :Mr.I and Mrs. James j "You
Remanufactured Transmissions Get A Good DetU At-
: :::1.17.:! Ijawtey was never in "C,i'' t I- i -"-,'.1 the. winners: way, are requested to attend Cowart of Lawtt'y. Welcome '
I thin game as a hot and determined w'ule' I D-ivid M<.Knight. was at this time.Kingsley. back any time. :Motors All :\.fodels-Nothlng. Down

Airs.\ Lucile : Cordially I: Commerce team ledfi h'Kh',: (lor, the 'losers with 11 We have, our speaker foi By Quality' Craftsman Merchants Green StampsOpen F. O. MILLER I 'fjJ
GodwinRepresentative 3383 W. Beaver S>. 8 A.M. to 7 P.M.MOndayFriday .
om) the onset. Lawtey was "Ooli.! 'vvvyyyvvvvvvvvvvyyy the revival stalling. April 11, Buv*.
.J035 CO* oc.*
'; Welcomes/ down D-2:! lit the end of the 'I !
1013 E. Call Ft. I 1-st t quarter: and trailed 13-7 BBS 7 2 12 5 26 Lake Baptist Church. Everyone is 8 A.M. to 6 PM. Ill,

You and Your .it' half time. Commerce opened Register 10 :S 4 1 4 23 cordially Invited to attend. CAMPERS: Saturday and Wednesday
Ph. 961-5321( CLOSED !Sl'NDAVMOTORS :
Family to Your up in the 3rd period scorn Uuntiini Ito.VH It.iski-tlliill. 1 I Dedication<: day for the ne.w
Starke New Home ((J.; it I i points and taking a 27. Gem Jewelry walloped An- I Mm. 1'1.: : N,,"'*_ church will be Master: Sunday Cribbs Campers ; & CYCLES SAWSPEARSON'S

11 1 lead( into the. flnil period' ( of diews. Drugs" 29-9 to become I'ln.iiB l 58:1-2081: at 2:30: p.m. with dinner on 4949 Blandlng Blvd.
play.. Lawtey managed: to out.coie t- I Huntnni Champions of HIM.: I the grounds ut noon. DeJ-Rey Campers Jacksonville 771-8244 I

The State of FloridaIt -." / their! opponents in the Gem played like Champions1 ....................., rKKSO.VALSMrs. Shasta Trailers Saw & Knife

Itli quarter "8-8' but couldn't In this game as they complete- j (IIIICCII 'J"Ut'L"S; Lulur! Whittielcl of SALES: & SERVICE
Is Our Desire To Make\ You Feel Welcome and! overcome( the deficit, anil the I dominated all j Convertibles :MOVERS
Iy phases:! nf the Kingsley. Luke Baptist: Sun- Cocoa> visited. her Bluter 111'8.I Skamper ALL TYPES OF SAWS
To Acquaint You With Your City. Maroon' ) ) ) clad! Commerce" boys game the buckboard i
controlling
advanced to further competition stealing the ball ing Worship 11 a.m.: Train I While hare, she visited Mr. Tr/lh'U..nk Fll1wwln"( ACME MOVING 5027 Broadway 4-3181

If you are new in the area a phone ( I! m the tournament. Tom-' and making their shots count I ing Union. 6:15: p.m.; Evening and :Mrs. Lloyd Wilkinson. S-tOS San Juan Ave. & STORAGE Jacksonville' EV

inv T.illey .iifaln/ paved the Andrews seemed to be dized Worship 7:30 Billy Herndon
I : p. m.; Midweek was visitinghis Jacksonville 3889348CHAIN :
MACHINESSINGER
call will visit u I iv foi his team collcctinjr 9point.i by the LOCAL-WORLD-WIDE EVVIN: G :
their
bring you a prompt play of opponents! I'rayer Service VWdnesday. I aunt Mrs. Mary Ella :Mitchell
I Steve Cnbbnge nlsoh I (and never In the 7:11I: STATE WIDE MOVING
were : while home
game. p.m.; Choir Practice "8:30' : on leave : AUT. ZIGZAG
from your local! hostess. Please give I id I I U for hi4 te.im in losing : Uean Johns ng.iin paced' his J p m. Supply pastor. Rev. Jim from the USAF. I : SAM'SMiddleburg Jacksonville White Glove Like New In 4 Dr. Cabinet

her a call! She has maps and many 51 effort.. I, team's scoring picking up! 15 Higdon. "Come, let us worship I Howard Padgett visited his i Movers Sold New over $300
orlnif SiiiniiiaryLawtey "' big in
points! this I Keith
I game. together. uncle, tier belt Pudgett I In a Chain Agt. Beklns Van Lines Co Bal $72 or $3.00 Per Month
: :2.I I 5) 4 1 /8 17 Thomas hud 4
free for the IO.ICM-H. Beulah
and wonderful gifts for you I Baptist: Sumlay, Gainesville ho..pitalV ,lnes- 267
O. :Box
P. CenterALL
<(2 ,of l (' !9 H 12 (0 I 33Hi.idt'oiJ S'urlng Summary School, 10 n.m.Iol'nlng; \Wor day night. Saw Sales Ideal Sewing

from local businesses. I 1 Barber: Shop came I Gem :5 >9 6 7 27 ship 11 a.m.; Training Union Mr. and! Mrs. Howard, Jacksonville 388-85.18: MAKESNew

within a whisker: of being eliminated Andrews 0 4 3 2 t 9 6.3u )pm.; Kvenirvg: Worship" gett and sons visited Mr.1'1111-1! II 0 .M F. L I T E and Used Machine

) : ( from the tourney usON : These games completed" the.. 7.'iO:! I' nl.; :Midweek Prayer :Mrs. Frank Sllcox" In Lawtey :Money: Makln' Chain Saws 848 Cassat Ave.

season for Basketball 19(56.\ ( Seivico. Wednesday, 7:30: ) p. m. Sunday afternoon., :MUSIC Jacksonville 389.5071

The Parks & Recreation Kept. Rev It. L. Taggarl.:, pastor Muiunl Mra. VI-F.S & SKHVICK:
Hardy; Pud!
wishes to thank the "Kveryono": welcome., "" Paulus Music Co. TRACK SERVICE
: following I gett :Mr. anti ""n. Lloyd Wil Parts and Repairs All Makes
sponsors for helping. to make l.tII: O. .\I.S kinson and Mrs. I Irene Pad Band & String Instruments I
the program a success: flemJewelry Rev.. Jim Kigdon :nn.l family gett attended the funeral of Toro & Yazoo Power :Mowers! RAY'S

Andrews, Drugs, Ca.,- of Jacksonville, ) anil. :\h... David -I :Mrs. Polly (r.ilin: Friday at I Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers TRACK SERVICEPortable
Rt. 21 Middleburg! 282-5050
I Cottle
(ova Pharmacy. Koch' Drugs. were Sunday ", u'sh'' Long Branch. .
Lawtey Recreation Bradford: of ;\\1""'. and .Mrs. L. V. :Moore :Mrs. Howard School Supplles-Jnstructlon Track Press Service
!
B.irber Shop Register Oil of tll..k". j I! ;Mrs. Mildred Carter Padgett and I Roberts Recorders Welding
visited ELECTRIC;
:MOTORS
Southern ;3ltssST: .
I Discount
I1nth(' trion )Kiiulh and :Mrs. Alma Boils Used Bulldozers b Crawler
Cl imher of Commerce.( Our Paltl I I I l Kite" of J,t. ksollV II Icweic '' Jacksonville Thursday'I In Peavy Brothers Music LibraryExpertRepair We'll Keep 'em Rolling"

\ bnsketbiill program Indued n1'it.tl weekend ,guests of :Mr.,j Department
cs tiNl\ We lire l.1ll| 7287 W. Beaver
< to know
I' of 22 tennis tills year and :Mrs. Maxlo Carter Sr. ;j Bob :McClung of Long Biam-h that Electric Co. 41 V.'. Monroe St. Jacksonville 388-4621
\i'h longues for tnpn. senior. Mr., and Mrs... r.'. 1 P. Lott' has :

bnvs. girls ages 10-H, and Ju- saul children" of Hamptnn! wereSaturday I undergone nurgeiy and is ELECTRIC: MOTORSSoLJ.Servicedlrtepairorj Jacksonville 355-8447
I out (.f the
FISH
hospital I TROPICAL
( and
iii'.i' boys !': I doing
t Hupper gm-Hts' ofMrs.
,,, flne.
VViwish, to thank nil theP Saul,;, is Kliler: < and, family.Afr. :1 Mrs. Generators-Starters 3310 Beach Blvd.
: Ruth Corbi'tt Ciii'rte MERMAIDAQUARIUMS
of
I iitu-ipiintH\ c'onrhes' npon'ii and ;\11'''. C""IIYhlo'! -' N. C. was home Alterations Jacksonville 398-3091
"' I for the
[fi.nl'.i(I I High School for making Mr.' and, Mrs. C. B. Starling of her funeral of 4044 Lenox Ave.
gt'lln MEISICInstrumentsMARVIN
I Mrs. Polly Complete
the Jacksonville
program successful. Saturday. I Jacksonville 387-2528
II Grim! -- Imported Fish All Species l
I A party honoring the girls: Mrs. Elma Rigga and, Mrs., Mr. and \lrR. Fred Lang KAY'S CALL OR COME BY
t. m" and the Junior and Ban- I Ray Miller were in Green: and Hershel Johns FABRIC SHOP 6
visited Mr. Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m. to pm.
tam boys teams will be givenh' Cove Springs on business :Mon antoll' Wlnton Parriah and Music CenterFender Sunday 2 to 6 pm.
tho Recreation Department: family of BON MAR
day.Miss Avon Park over the We Order Any Fish Avall.all1e.
\ Saturday afternoon, March 19 S.illy Starling of Mid- weekend. Gretach A Vox Guitar

CT TN THE RUN TOR THE UU1CKSMuwfMhlrar 11 the Starke Recreation Cen'i. ,illeburg spent the weekend, as We are sorry to learn that FABRIC SHOP King Hatten, and Selmcr 943 Jacksonville S. Edgewood: 388-9404 Ave.
'. 4 p.m. Trophies and nnds guest of :SIr ami ;Mrs. Jerry our barber. E I n. Chesser..

will be presented at this I'u was
Buicic m'- Coach. Wnrney Adkinson :Mis., DeWitt Crewa of Ral- taken after suffering! WESTERN STORE
a heart
Special'p > ,ill present the awards und I FABRICS NOTIONS:' Ludwig Slingerland, Rogers

'p l hII, t the guest: of honor. TRAVEL: AfiENCY McCall & Simplicity Patterns Drums LITTLE DUDE

Ali-n'* Sullliitll.. :Meeting,
For Full Information and Reservation on S. S. HanseatlcKlISKS 846 Caaset Ave. Western Store
A meeting will be held at Kental* & Repirira on ALL
( AIRL1NKS;:' SHU'S--HOTELS "Where You'll Find Everything
Recreation Center, Thurs- JacksonvilleOpen
BILL AND: LARETTA BURNS HARRIMAN 400 :MAIN ST. For the Horse
il.iv. Marrh 17, at 7:30: ( p m.
9 A.M. Enthusiast"
to 6 P.M.
fin all men planning to participate Jacksonville 333-0935
In the slow-pitch snfthill 1f) Western Clothing Leather-
-
4tW
1 league. Rules and m FLOOR! COVERING: ; goods Saddles and Trailers

tions to govern the. regUla-// :Mt'SICSIIEETPOTTER'S; Charles & Sharon Petty
fin.( Laura& St. 336-6374: 902 So. Edgewood: Ave.
will be (discussed and a Travel. Inc.
..Hindi I I will be formed., Team| Jacksonville 384-1210

numbers); or representatives, .
Looking for WELL
Home of Music DRILLING
*luagnUii, ,"Wt? erl..ferSnocll! V- t-tr.eou e.file' Includn Ftderal CxolM Tax iml tioiuHd dnln d*. .ire especially urged. to attend t AMBULANCE
IMOIW4 tindllna chCS.. (Innipwwun. chwau.ecougrM >l oUiw opunal qutyiMnt MU nt.< loul BUM ualUwwOfei, league! play is ant to begin SERVICEPHONE I better t4rl'f't"1 Church MusicEducational PARTRIDGEWell

April 1 1. Deadline for entering l.'llit

a I tc.ini will be Mar.[ 961-2600 .
Thimd.iy. ;zzcJal': ; Music Drilling Co.ROCK .
'(Compare Special's: looVs and performance with anything else In this price range. Ther I'' 21. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Musical Instrument 11. ARTESIAN!' WELL
You really can afford to own a Buick. In fact you can't afford not to. See your Buick little League. Il.tiiHiull U4 HOC4N, d.wuutova. Complete Electric Wst.r

Ii[clealer now while he's In Ui. mood to give you the very best deal In town. Hurry.) Organl/ational :'Mei-tlng, DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director Repairs Systems

local I A meeting had been called Starke Fla. ".*. :Near' A, Your Ms1lbu, IRRIGATION
'ear-Scoyour authorized Buick dealer for all persons Interested in F1IA FINANCING:'

assisting with the Parks: and. RENTAL SERVICES PHONE: S, 3-81IU I 220 W. Beaver St. S860 Hyde Grove Av..
Recreation Dept. baseball program Jacksonville
g4 for 19fi6. Charley Johns Hospital B K Wheel Chairs Crutches Jacksonville 3 "-3682 Call jColtoct 3891438r.OE

Pl'elildent of the Bradford! .


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with the,, fir.l huhll.Nill<' -- + ------ + EA

which shall.1141! nnt dny be prlnr!.."t.,,than thi. I Ieiehteen I i -cr-l !"[ M.echantu li 1,1 Q '1 MACARONI DINNER. &; ;t&
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ten Flnrlda. I CREAMY PINKTHRILL f DISHES AND GLASSWARE SHIMS CLEANSER THAT SAVES TIME AND WORK 4* 0i'? ITS NEff

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: 1)1"' "tit the 11bt>fo.... and n triune commi'i'..re team put County Little League urges/ !] ford and Mrs. Gerald Crawford attack. T" Kar'a.. K I firtvi... I I MI,. ,11"111"." "r '.lrI. .''iiI..
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RECREATION NEWS :1 i't t Jig t 111.. barbel, .ippli! i"a nl :2 point shy person Interested" In managing/ I liuslncHH last Thursday.Mr I Mr. and Mrs Sidney Blackman via. .arc lien hv imtirinl, ( TIllH IK'I) h.' .nil!IiiI I l.i, IJIlljllHh,,,.i|
Tim K.'"K.' wns pluyi-d, with The bin'hum, led the. entire umpiring. or willing to help in and :\11'''. E. :M Notion, and Llan visited Mr. and u Mult I for. l 1)1 lvon.;IIIMH. hi"I'M ii. ,,ii.'". <.ll< ll Wl'l'fc fin"' I"UI,I' '',''.).--
strained and defense I)gut mist vou, I In i the l iiiV5 ii ft uni'kH. Iii I ilu' llriiiln> and and Carter ''Iv.
ni>i\ea'"; game) ueto) comfortable any way U. especially Invitedto und family visited :'11' MIII. Henry of Long ', .. .. III
( .urt mitl" I UUMB mind you .
I ",.i.i thC big/ thing file timbers got an Into the final period, attend this meeting to beheld :111'.i.' Kiank Johnson on J Keystone Branch Sunday afternoon. "t(4llltfll| I 10 KITVC U topy Jt'X.Olt KOYSHSKITIIALL winners with 10 points while led al the enJ of the 1st qimrtci. with a 20-12 lead. The commerce at the Recreation Center Heights: Satuid-iy eve 'Himwvr' or pIvHtlliiir,, to the i ,.'Iii'I, !'iltt.HKAL.
: IKA: CH'F.; : I Uolble: Smith and Lloyd GII- I !.. (5 to 4. Chamber of Common team led by Billy a 7:30: p.m. Mondnv. nIght I, ..I..n. thy. IMHlntirra. ( )
\\OI'H: 10 IlKFliMIIn : : ''.
| ning.Mrs. 'lorncy Him Unorito H '
1 I'linmbei/ of Commeice" pul- pin each had 13 for the losers. .i. came back to tie it up Smith's It I points put a scoreIn March 21. Sadie Klder and, fim- Vlrrtilt I ..i.Pt. llriiilfiirilliitint I! I I' O. Orim, ',.i HUH .S tn 1'' riiAKLKK i A. n.vrtnv.
ii, i in upset and knocked, off :-0. ))18.'. 10 0 10 8 28 at !half time 9-9. Chamber ofCommerce the Barbers, before bowing Teen Time. Dunce ily and Johnny LoU were Sunday ?. Flurlililt In 'hnni'rry 1'Mn.. und ('I I., di I.. oilKlnul" ) I.1....'( ..1'! t Hi.. iIt.'nil'' c.iurtBv ,
11 4 12 7 31 1'.IHI' Nil I ,-IIJIVil :! dli.ftIt'v .I'l I Ifl'k, "f I HIMIIHIIt. .
CofC in l the .VHIIIUTiipnty
took the lead( by the margin, of one Held goal. A dance students otBl'Udto..d dinner guests of' Mr and<1 >
"IHhern Discount 34 to 28. for .
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    i. 110""r :2nd place Tho Comic Chamber of Commerce 21 to I 13 leud going; Into the 4thqtlurter. the winners with 12 points has been planned: tot Saturday Little Amy Kay Barton of :MITIl.: K: 'I,I'' .\I'PI\1t; -

    I c. t 11'..mi led the g.imo all | 20 In n thrilling /game and the ]|, The barbers weie able S..rllllunuuUl':; )' nightlnl'eh: 19, at the Starke i iRecrputlon Keystone Heights spent. the I --
    ''h', WIN' t" take the vlctor%'. iwn enabled the bin'her team I''I I to out-score Chamber, of Com- BUS 6 6 8 8 2S Centei, The dance weekend/ guest of ;Ml and I
    I to win the 1'C'gulll' league 8 toj/ in the ilnal I CofC 0841426 \ Warren I Eblmg and
    rh. 2nd quarter proved to bail niei'tf) will feature! a local band J\\\I'S.
    \
    .1 It'I'' Southern as they I championship. The Chamber I' ,found% and toow the name 2120 Register"" Oil gained a berth "The Squires." Admission Is daughters.Mr' .. JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY

    'i ,mn'ile' o put any points. team playing the role of unit wi-re. able ti> finish in In the championship game as I, 00 cents time is 7 p.m. to 11 : and :Mrs. George W.
    in )oud.. Ilulote led, i.ne spoilcis. had. huit, Soiithein" 1st place. Hobble BnrUsd.ilcp.ueil : ttiev lodo the shooting of p.m. You youngsters GO I Blown attended! the Fiat lent
    ,. I the winners with 8 .Thomas and McKnight: to a I WHERK: THE ACTION IS1'! Globe: Trotttns alloW ut the 1
    points while Lonnie Olive was :38-22 win over Discount. Af- Sl'KINCi) I\\CK oiiseiim last 'l'uellI'Ievenmg' ANTIQUES! IIEAUlNfi AID OPTICIAN

    That's Our Business liljfh for the loners with 9. tot,' a slow stait. F'gl..t\.r began FOR BUS STI'llKNTS\: la: Jacksonville. ANTI(1VES For Best In Hearing SeeSONOTONE- -
    GLASS orhijf, :Summary; to pull away and the A big Spring Dance for Mr. an<11I.1t.. V. N. Geiger Bennett-Daly
    Hi ,ul(! B,libers) 5 4 4 8 21 game was never in doubt nfer grades 9 through 12 will be of Jacksonville visited Mis. Bought -Sold-Appraised Opticians Inc.
    Th "11 It's Glass!' \V'e Have it"I Cfr 4 5 6 120 : the first qUI11'ler.rl'hle held at the Staike, Country J. M. Bradley, Sunday after Furniture--China--GlaM5 ,
    OF JACKSONVILLE"The Lenses Duplicated
    CALL WHITE or VISIT In the final game of the Thomas! with 17 and, David JIcKnlgrht Club Friday night March 18 Silver Brass-! Oil PaintingsOne Promptly Accuratelyand >
    ; C.LASS; NEED I irKuIar( ,WMHon( play Lawtey ;: with 13 paced the winners Time will be 8 to 12 p.m. The noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Marvin War- Strongest and Smallest
    FOR ANY Full the Fluent In
    I ; .____ I pulled a big surprise and v\hlp- while Lloyd CJilpen was music will be provided by ion' and daughter Lynne, of One or u House Hearing Aid in the World" Only Quality
    (. We DesignIodern: Store Fronts'! Thi lo-i dropped Southern toped high/ for the losers with 8. "The :Members" a band from Jacksonville Miss Beverly tnid Prescription Service'
    ForSHEA'i Southern, Discount; 21-19. :Scoring; Summary Ciearwateithat la under A Appleby" of Nashville. Tenn. loa Ward Antiques Only Co. Hearing Aid 1\1..1f' 28 Went DU\B| St.
    Just Mail Us A Pattern Jacksonville 353-1833
    'f .i .tici pliu-e finish which was a Register tt 13 9 10 38 recol'dlng'ontrn't! with Mercury and :Mrs. Victor Appleby of I :3572 St. Johns Ave. 23: "......Monroe:
    Tops )I'K! disappointment for a team So. Discount 4 65[) 7 22 Records. Admission for Jacksonville Beach visited Mr. I Jacksonville 353-1483:
    I tint held! 1st place for several In the consolation' game, C this dance will be.. $1 stag. and Mrs. J. L. Bradley and Jacksonville 387-1379 PET: SHOP

    4 :GLASS s CO. \Mihand, was tho List tenm. of C edged S. I II. 24 to 20 with and $1.SO d'aFree, / reire.shment family during the weekend., 'all CollectAuto THE -
    I 1i" lie' undefeated, before beKinniiiK 'a come-from-behinil rally typical will be piovided by the Mr! and :Mrs. T Finch of HOBBY SHOP
    w ( INC.) to take Its knocks. of the Commerce boy's Recreation' J Dept Door prizes Portland, Ind. spent Tunis-. Sales! & Service Kongo Pet Shop
    Soiithein waR well an itnu ) play all neason. The Discount and contents will be given. day and Friday as guests. of FIELDSHOBBY Poodle' 1\laltfo.J..
    1313 :'11.\\ Jth PI. (Gaine"" ille. Fla. Phone FK2-I353; : : ,iv winning this game ani clew started strong with a 10 The accepted' dress will be :Mr. and :Mrs. Geoige/ Brown WESTSIDEVolkswagen POODLE GROOMING

    MI:I'Minn, expelled, them to do point nm qimiter production. school wear. A committee of Airman First Class and :\<11's. SHOP, Inc. Sweaters Collars Tags,
    Thihold, !,! n 7 to 2 1st (Cartel This. was. the only period of students! has made many plans Tommy Raulerson left ;Monday Inc. Pet SuppliesBirdsFimmhiEaumters
    1 1., ul .1'111)| an 18-4 load nt half play In which the Commerce and piepnrations to Insuie, a for Formosu where they AUTHORIZED: HEALF.R I A Complete Line of | ..
    _\\OW-I.J\IJTEIJ; : Jl'ANTirY
    tiim-I I li'il I then an unbelievable team Wilt ont-scoied and even good time for all attending I will be stationed! for two Daily & Sun. 10-6 P.M.
    Only 21 I Left Out of !II:! lii-h' ",.,)I'ln" Southern wan though Discount led. 12-10 at Senior Him ling Irngu< I I yea is. Tommy Is the SOil ofMr. !Sulex 1/.0'/ X Parts, I Boat & Airplane Builders Sup' Closed Tuesday

    FOR SALE i u.i. thin /Khnppencd the usual halftlme the Commerce boys i Senior, Boys and ilrls bow : and Mrs. D. B. Rauleison, Service"' ':tII:! Body| Shop plica-Specializing In Radio 8939 Herlong! Rd. Normandlt
    $1995 I I limited I I I I to only one point In nail bogin their oveilmul job I ling league met Monday' night \v. K. Holloway of IVnsa-; 8am. .8 Section
    2 Jledrooms( I'KICE: I tin- haiti I I two quarters) while a Heinle's. 8 (points pored! timewinners March 14, at the Staike Bowling cola is. visiting Mr and :MisWaltti Open p.m. Controlled Models W. Jacksonville 781-2800
    Sunday
    and Halh :N9.;' lIi..1I. Kxri1: Hi itl up Liiwtey team si-orec \while J. Roy Chus- / Center. The bowlers i'oiled % K. Holloway. :5 I 1130 p.m.( LANK Sat.,: Closed,\"Jo:. !SOUTH ad EquipmentOpen

    Complete Homeo( Financing: Available I 17 points) and! 1 picked a come'I'I'hln" teen had 10 In a losing, effort a three-game set to establish 1lrs.1.I'glll'elle.: Ann Peeler Phone Jacksonville! 384-3441 PIANOS
    ["' 21 to 10 win. scoring. summary an average and league and children of Mandarinand Evening till 9 P.M.:

    Perfect For Lake, Beach, Forest I li\, d. Ciihijoilgp pnced Lawter C of C 4 6 6 9 21 I pluy will get underway Monday Mr. and :Mis. George W. I I 602 So. Edgewood ALTERS PIANOS"Piano
    with 8 points while Lloyd UilI So. Oil.. 210 4 1 20 night. The e teams need.ponsOl's Brown, spent- the weekend in Parrish MotoraI Jacksonville 388-8662

    Come Prepared To Buy I."i \\'.l high for the lo.sei' In the cham ph,..- :.fp /game so any businesses Ocala as guests of Mr, and & Organ Center"Complete

    FREE 1>I I.I'EItTO YOl'K LOT with 8. BBS emeiRed, vittorloui 26-23 who would, like, to sponsor' Mrs. L. M. Stontit.CLAY ,'. Service

    Within :50)() :Miles of (;iainesMlle) S I''I'II.tlnulI..r:; I ). ,' In an exciting game nnd won I one of the six teams, please'I S.\L"S: I :Men's 1 & Boy'a!' Wear # Kraukauev Custom-built 1869 >
    since
    So Pm 7 11 1 0 151! I the distinction of Champion, contact the !I'tiikH. and Recreation ....V V V VV VV V V VY V VV VV VI SKHMCKPARTS,: pianos
    Also: Specializing in :Masonry Huildin :Moving '1.1.\., lev. 2 2 8 9 21 of 1111\6.!><\ The Barber IJoys had Dept. LVQ "( III.lIty Clothe. for :Men and. P. A. Starck & Jesse

    Phone :37S-2151\ ; 1 I I-'Inal' ; I st, :imunsi (% Gn-1nst: to' put on n big/ second. halt Junior' *'1 Hiiiituni lioullng, HILL H js Since 1919"Van French PianosMusic' Method..
    Register Oil 5-3: Southern effort to pull) this game out The Recreation Dept will : As A Dealer Heusen Stetson Hats : Piano
    32 Years
    Mid-State Engineers, Inc. Bradford Barber Shop, 6-2; of the tire as they were down organize bowling instructionand I Always Good Used Car :McGregor Gold Cup Sox Collections Kinds of ClassicsAll Used Piano
    lsiount, 4-1; C of C, 3-(); 15-9 at half time. The h.im- league bowling for boys Complete\ Formal \\1'111'' Rental.
    1>. <>. ISiiv I 11191 I nl\. stationSales By Mrs.' howard Padgett 1 Oil Laura St. ,luck"on\llle &" Orleans
    Lawtey. 2-B. pions picked up 12 big points and girls ages I 10( through 15.:
    :; OHi e 13th street & S.W. 8th Ave.Serving Junior, The Bantam will) take inages : Phone 356-3654 : Low Bank Financing to
    men's
    HOJH' in the 3rd 1 quarter to take a group Phone 289-4132 I Ulotmq Shop
    I ("UUIion"h.p| Tournament 21-19\ lead, Into the final periodnt 10. 11 and 12, while the 3 Years
    II I (imber of' Commerce met play. The last quarter of Junior group will oVer ages .A ..........A ......# Automatic Transmission: 3..0Ialn. : Corner" Duval 2153 Blandlng Blvd.

    Law.toy In the 1st round of play of the IDtiS season was as" 13, 14. and 15. A meeting of It was good to nee another I Jacksonville Jacksonville 388-8441

    the single elimination tournninrnl exciting a finish as anyone these boys and /gills has been large nowd( ( In church :Sun-, Automatic
    Florida which will determine the I could want to see. ns both set for -S.it in'day. :Match 26, at d..y.'e had several visitors; | Transmissions & I'IANOS-OIICA NS

    Since 1950oervtcr Junior League Champion of I teams plnved (defense but the 10 u m. at the Staike Bowling/ I :Mr and :Mis Pr'e"tonIom'e | M0URCYCLESHONDA Mutton & Hamtln Pianos
    07 1966 The Commerce team B.irbers, coming/ out on top Center All boys und glils in of Penney F'II'm"11'11.: Betty Motor Exchange Hammond Organ

    'reeeng Sfna -Lnyed alive In the tourney by I 20-23 Hogor. / Knlly, and RobbieI the above age groups who desire Padgett and .children of Ma-4- I BIO D.\DI>Y WALT :Magnavox Organs
    I ,tl! iwith 10 antI 6 to participate in this activity -
    I'lluiinnting the Lawtey Five ( vllle 11m11'! : and :Mrs. JamesCowait Remanufactured Transmls- :MOTORCYCLES "You Get A Goad Deal At-
    ::1-17.!:! Lnwtey was. never In I "I'( I |I'-ii cil<1 the winners way ate lequestcd to attend of Lawtey. Welcome
    I Hits game as a hot and detcritu v''e: 1"lvlllhKnlght: wash at this time. back any time. sion MotoisBy All Modok-Nothing Down
    Mrs. Lucile Cordially 'icd Commerce team led nil: lot the losers with 11 We have our speaker foi Quality Craftsman Merchants Green Stamps F. O. MILLER @i.e./ ,
    ., 3383 W. Beaver S'. Open 8 AM. to 7 7 P.M.
    GodwinRepresentative .vv.yvv.v..vvvv'vvIKingsley
    fiom the onset. Lawtey, was pili .LB. the revival starting April 11, CM OCIMI
    Welcomes/ down 9-2 nt the end of the. Nrnrlng, Siimmury I Banks Baker of Jones: Road Jacksonville 381-1035 Monday-Friday *H' H.... i r.. rn 'uri l'0!'-
    I 1st qutrter and, trailed 13-7 DBS 7 2 12 [5) 26 Lake Baptist Chuich. Everyone:; Is 8 AM. to 6 PM ,'""knlIIe
    1013 E. Call St. You and Your .,it half time Commerce open- Register" 10 I 5 4 4 23 cordially Invited to attend CAMPERS: : ;; Saturday and Wednesday

    Ph. 9G1-5321::: Family to Your id, up in the 3rd period scoring IVuit.im llovs llaHUftllall Dedication day for the new CLOSED St'NDAYMOTORS

    Starke New Home / 11 points und taking a 27- Gem Jewelry walloped, Andrews !\Ir... K. M. Nnrto' chinch will be Uustcr: Sundayat Cribbs Campers : 4949 Blanding& CYCLES Blvd. SAWSPEARSON'S
    I 11 lead, Into the. final peilod( of Drugs" 29-9 to become I'lione C8J-2081 2:30: p.m. with dinner on
    Jacksonville 771-8244
    play' ) Lawtey" managed to ontcoi Bantam Champions. of lUtiS.\ the grounds at noon. Del-Rey Campers
    The State of FloridaIt 'p their opponents In the I fem! pliiyed like Champions ...... .... ....., I'EHSUI Shasta Trailers Saw & Knife

    till quaitcr Hbul couldil In this game as they ( ('III'1U'II S(.IIKIH; .LKSKingsley ; :Mrs. Lullal''hILleld/ of MOVERS SALES &" SERVICE
    Is Our Desire To Make You Feel Welcome anl overcome) the deficit and the ly dominated all ; 'omPlete-I'. .. Lake Baptist: Sunday Cocoa visited, her sister, M.... Skamper Convertibles ALL TYPES OF SAWS

    To Acquaint You With Your City. :Vaioon, dud Commerce boys game. controlling School 9:45: a.in.; :Morning Lilly Carter I.u.tIonday.: Trades-Hank. Fllla.wlllC ACME MOVING 5027( Broadway Ave.
    advanced! to further competi- board, stealingthe ball Worship. 11 a.m; TrainIng While here, she visited :Mr. 5408 San Juan Ave. Jacksonville EV 4-3181
    I lion In the tournament Tom-/ and making their shots count Union 6:15: : p.m.; Evening 'and Mrs. Lloyd Wilkinson. & STORAGE
    It you are new in the area, a phone ray' Tillev: ijfnln.! pnvod the" I Andrews seemed to be dazed Worship" 7.30: p. m.; :Midweek Billy Herndon was visitinghis Jacksonville 388-9348 LOCAL-W ORLD-WIDE EWINfIACIIINES: ;

    call will bring you a prompt visit \\',i\' tUi i his team collecting 9piiints I by the play of their opponentsand Prayer SI'I'vlce'dnesd.lY, aunt :\11'14.Iary JJUI1I.t: : STATE WIDE MOVING
    'I Steve Cubbage also were never In the game.1! 7:30: p.m.; Choir Practice 8:30: I chell while home on leave CHAIN: SAWSMiddleburg Jacksonville White Glove SINGER AUT. ZIGZAG
    from your local hoste
    offHItSi team's scoring, pUking up 15 I Come let us worship Howard Padgett visited his Sold New over $300
    her a call! She has maps and many V"tc 'i uring|, :SiiimiinryLnwtc ;' I big points in this game. Keith together:. uncle, Heibeit, Pudgett in a Chain Agt. Beklns Van Lines Co. Hal.' $72 or $3.00 Per Month.

    free and wonderful gifts for % 2 :T .J I 8 17 Thomas had 4 for( the I Beulali; Baptist: Sunday Gainesville ho"pltalVellnell- Saw Sales P. O Box 267 Ideal Sewing CenterALL
    you
    from local businesses. rI Hi ,idfoiil m I 'u'hC') "' Shop came Gem :0 1)I 6 7 10Ilel'1 ship 11 a.m.; Training Union :\1r. and :\mIt' Howard, Pad II 01: E i, i T E Jacksonville 388-8558 MAKES
    within) 2 ii* whiikor of bpiiig( el- I Andrews O.j 3 I 6.30, p.m.; Kvening: Worship. gett and sons visited Mr. and New and Used" Machine

    :n.inittfl) : finni)) ) th. tourney, as I I These games completed" the 7:30: p.III.1l.lweek; : Prayer :Mrs. Frank Sllcox in Lawtey Money Makln Chain Saws 848 Cassat Ave.
    :MUSIC
    season, for Basketball 1966 Se'vke.V..dne"day, 7:30: p. mKev. Sunday aftemoon. Jacksonville 389-5071
    SALES:! & SKHMCKParts :
    The Parks & Reel,'eat ion Ilept.I ) R. L. Taggnit, pustoi :Mr and :If""". Hardy Pud
    Paulus Music Co.
    ... wishes to thank the following "Kveryone: welcome" gt'tt11': and, Mrs Lloyd Wilkinson and Repairs All Makes TRACK SERVICE
    sponsors for helping to make TKItsoVALS: and Sims liene Pud- Band &. String; Instruments
    the program a success: CemJewelry. KPV Jim Rlgdon, and. family gett attended, the funeral of Toro & Ya/.oo Power :MowersRt. : RAY'S

    I Andiews< 1 Diugs, Ca.i- of Jai'k.sonvillc mind Mis. Daid :\ Polly OilflU Friday at I IIrs. Middleburg 282-5000: Gibson Guitars A" Amplifiers TRACK SERVICEPortable

    mil'P 1'harmacv. Koch's:: ", Drugs. \1 1 Cottle were Sunday' /guests\ Long Branch School SuppliesInstruction
    Luulcy Kerientlon., Bradford: of Mr.. /and :Alls. L. V. :Mooie j :\11'.. Howard Padgett, and Track Press Service

    Barber Shop Register; Oil. of Still: 'keMisses :\ Mildred, Carter visited I'I'I I'fr" ELECTRIC MOTORS! Roberts Recorders Welding
    Southern I Discount and. the" : :Mirlon Fa(hId and I Mrs. Alma Hauls Thursday In Music LibraryExpertRepair I'".ed Bulldozers & Crawlers
    ('h .imhei of Corn macice.' Our, Haiti I Kite of ksonville, Jacksonville.Ve Peavy Brothers Department "We'll Keep 'em Rolling"
    basketball program, IncliiPd "'\'.weekend guests of Mr. I
    a 7287 W. Beaver
    \
    know
    lire glad to that
    t1Nb1fl I lotil.. : of 22 teams; this yearith and! 5tt'.". :Maxlo/ Carter, Sr. Bob :McClung of Long Branch Electric Co. 41 "'. :Monroe St. I Jacksonville 388-4621

    \" I r loiigups" for men. senior, :Mr. and, :Mrs. P. P. Lott has undergone und Is
    nurgeiy
    ELECTRIC :MOTORSSoLJServicedRepaired Jacksonville 315844'7as :
    boys girls ages 10-11, nnd junloi and, children' of H,imp ton weie out (,f the hospital and( doing TROPICAL FISH

    (((( boys. Saturd.iv supper guests of; fine. I 0 Beach Rl\il.
    ()enel'atorsStartersAlterations
    N We wish to thank nil the :Mrs :Sndii, Klder: and family. I Mrs Ruth Coibett of Currle MERMAIDAQUARIUMS

    _j paitiiipants. com, 'hex. sponaois :Mr. und :Mrs Cecil Whitehead I N. C. was home over the Armature Rewinding Jacksonville 3983091M1TSIClnstruments
    ", officials, and the Brad- nail uighters: / visited weekend for the funeral of
    4044 Lenox Ave.
    I fold High School for milking :Mr and. :Mrs C. B Starling her grandmother, Mrs. Polly Complete Aquarium Supplies
    I Jackvmvllle! 387-2528
    I the program successful. Jacksonville! Saturday. Griftls.Mr I Imported' Fish All Specie

    j A party honoring the girls :Mrs. Klma: Rlggs: nnd, Mrs. and :Mrs. Fred Lang MARVIN KAY'S CALL OR COME BY
    teams and the Junior and Ban- Ray :Miller weie in Green and Hershel Johns visited Mr FABRIC SHOt'SON Music Mon.-Sat. 10 am. to 6 pm.
    I turn boys teams will be given Cove Springs on bu"lnessIn.: and :Mis Winton Pariish and CenterFender Sunday 2 to 8 p.m.

    i by the Recreation Department day. family of Avon Park over the MAR Gretsch 4" Vox Guitars We Order Any Fish Available
    I I I Saturday IIttl'rnoon.llI.rch: 19 Miss Silly Starling of :Mlddleburg l- weekend. 943 S. Edgewood Ave.

    GET IN ON THE RUN TOn THE BUXCKS at the Starke Recreation Center .spent the weekend as We are sorry to learn that FABRIC SHOP King, Hatten, and Selmer Jacksonville 388-9404
    4 p.m. Trophies and a- /truest of :\11'. and Mrs. Jerry our barber, E I D. Chesser. is
    u-arils will be presented At this Padgett, and children in the hospital where he was Complete Line ofF.8R.C'S Band Instruments WESTERN STORE

    Buick Special! time Conh, ( Warnry Adklnson .II..". DeWitt Crews of Ral- taken after suffering a hoirtTUAVKL NOTIONS! Ludwig SItngerland, Rogers
    will present! the awards and, LITTLE DUDE
    McCall & Simplicity Patterns
    I will be the guest of honor. .\(;ESCYFor Drums

    Men's Soft hall. \ :Meeting/ 846 C'us..tve.. Western Store
    Full Information and Reservations. S. Rentals
    on S. Hanseatic & Repair' on ALL
    A meeting will be held at'' "Where You'll Find Everything -
    CHI ISKS
    AIRMNK: SHIPS-HOTELS! JacksonvilleOpen !
    the Recreitlon Center Thurs 4IM) MAIN ST. For the Horse
    BILL AND LARETTA BURNS HARRIMAN
    d.lY.Itrcb* : : 17, nt 7:30: p.m. 9 AS: !. to S P.M.! Enthusiast"!
    Jacksonville 353-0933:
    foi all men planning to participate Western Clothing Lenther-

    in the slow-pitch softball 1occvteoi: -'Uld&a e4 FLOOR COVERINO goods Saddles and Trailers
    league- Rules and regulations :Mt'stcSHEETPOTTER'S Charles & Sharon Petty
    to /govern the league j 902: So. Edfewood Ave.
    will be discussed! and a league ,(BDI_ Laura St. 330-6374 Travel Inc. Jacksonville 38Hl

    lOtmcll will be formed. Team I .

    managers) or repiesentntivesue Looking for Home of Music _WELL DRILLINC:

    .Mmufidurar, ouagd rihff"..faq Snoclil, )V n.d.eu.,.rlc.Includn FodooI l feoff? *Tn tnd uoao.ltd d..l.r de. especially. urged to attend. AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE I better
    limy n4 Mndllng ChOlg.lI/.pooIItU.llc11ata... .. ocoMurl otmr/ opund.qul|>m.ntlM>t mt l local.tuw addlUoiuuk, League play Is act to begin t4rl'f't"j Church Music PARTRIDGEWell
    April 11. Deadline" for enteitnga
    team will be Thursday Mar. 96.1-2600 visit'I,'mal'd Educational Music! Drilling Co.

    fr.JomPareSpecTaI's/ r rooks and performance with anything else In this price range.Ther 21. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Musical Instruments I ROCK & ARTESIAN WELLS
    You really can afford to own a Buick. In fact, you can't afford not to. See your BuIcK Little' ......Jllt. ItnHchiill' \ 314 HOGAN, rfowittov* Complete Electric Water
    y{,dealer now while ha'$ In the mood to give you the very best deal In town. Hurry.j Urg"'lutl"n..11..lInl' : { DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director Repairs Systems

    A meeting has been called Starke Fla. ""'" Near An Your Mailbox" IRRIGATION
    TBSr ccyour!local authorized Buick dealer for all persons Interested In FH* FINANCING:
    assisting with the Pniks and ; RENTAL SERVICES PHONE S53-6191 220 W. Braver St. 5880 Hyde Grove Av..

    Recreation Dept. baseball: program Jacksonville
    for 1D66. Charley. : Johns Hospital!' Beds, Wheel Chairs Crutches Jacksonville 35.- 82I Call Collect: \ M9I458PGE I

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    of May nf null Y"''' FREE EXTRA $S 2nd BIG WEEK!
    ol.tjln.ilvlvhu
    lowest the name rate' are nld.. prn\ldi>.f1 I: MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS : MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS : f1 BONUS BUY! 10"
    .
    that the Interest rom tn th WIIH fMIt COUVOM aao.e.cee110r W.IH INK I COvrOM ANO fUf-CMAM Of O 1i.. CANSASSORTIO
    Petitioner. herein, on niiih and Ifondliall ,I S rzs lea RESPOND :ii: IZS loot JIFOAMOVEN : AiGES SUNSHINE GREENS....-.." ........
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    not exi-eeil four 1 Normal or Hard la HoldHAIR I Iat ij
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    of the 1'.111..n. i I .
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    attaoheit ti> and made a ; ? -
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    or the Petition hereinThe : win' 01'--.0' 2S w rHtn I COUPON PUKHAM of : .. u

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    he puhllilheil on 1 ..
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    each week for three (::1):) >nperihtlve 1 .DISINFECTANTS. 1>n CAM: @

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    late$which lantern."t.nho.il.((18)for> not day the ha aajd prior|I..>hearing n. t"than the ,I i :: IM ....llii; ; M.chanl li i Q DINNER....... 1fe. CAN ....... .

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    the Counties. Breviul of Aim\ 'him Itr.n. wild BuiUadford \ i MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS 11? MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS i a PEAS...........:......... EA


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    ft MIRACLE DETERGENT
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    Polk

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    ton. Florida OMDRRFD In CREAMY PINKTHRILL I DISHES AND GLASSWARE SHIMS CLEANSFR THAT SAVES TIME AND WORE -T OFF IT'S NEW
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    ,./ W MAY WAr.KER THE CLEANSER THAT CLEANS TWICE AS FAST r HEW DETERGENT +
    J1'fi>' ;F10 : LIQUID THE SNOW
    CIKCflT WHITE SHORTENING

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    !: TEN nn.VDBOKU COUNTY TELKORAPII.; nfARKB.! rt.ORinV ''fllt'nT' :MAI*. IT, 190Q .!
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    ., : i nine .

    ....YT..YT...... '' enger hunt Refreshment of I ville. Mrs Carolyn Green! and Sunday will have youth Cake and coffee was served to Jefrura.Mi. 1 MiJnhn Txe.( Mrs Jam: I "iior nl' In I .u! iiii'lpini'iils.I I' t I I Mr.ii' I lte.1.. Mrs Ina Bennett Mrs 1

    'I Ue cream and cake was serv- Ken of Wildwood and Mr. teachers, as follows: Donna those present .) Axiuv i Sl.ide and Ol"j WIJIIWIII/ i :) Mi" it-( illmilBIX ,<1 I :.Mi" I |I. W uinx r-lil, Esthri Caruso and Mrs W t"1

    ed.itiRTiinAKY. and Fred McDavld and Brenda Rhoden. adult ladles: Ronnie The Ladles Council !"II 1 t Unchristian anncvn.iieil, 1 <1 I ..lV, iluc, .
    { SUPPER: I' \ of Brooker D.vnl; adult men; Virginia Church met nl lIi it- in J.n-k..i>iivilli, !,< with Mi\ l.cini M..., Doyle- Sl.irlniK: I (i.i.'kin mill ( !liilili"en, mid home Filday. I

    ion MRS. MINKS: PERSOAISCongratulations Brown. young adult ladles: home of Mrs.\ Ruth Dyal with Kraser) and daughter., I i i.uI.tiiuiu ;Mr" nnd :Mis Karl: Denmark :Mis )I/-lie',: ,' I IMiillips\ and :.son.Iiiry who joined them In Jacksonville -

    Br Kelly n...bon I A birthday supper tor M1'8.1 to :Mr and Randy Hayes young people: 10 members present. Mrs. lirlfllx:, oi' .t.ii, ksnn-,
    .......... Wlllard F. limes WAS held Mrs. Stanley Green on the Charles Hinson, Intel mediate Carolyn Clark gave the devotion ville visited Sunday night!; I his mol her. Mr.s. Lois Carter: I x'i itil.
    B1RTIIOAYS OBSERVED' Kunday. March 6, at the homeof blith of twin boys at Alfvchua boys; Joanne Salter, intermediate and Mrs. MargaretCrawford with Mr.\ and Mrs. Avery) his biolher-in-law an.l MstcrMr. Thomas and child! en last last Friday:

    MI".. Diane: Jones (' Mr. and Mrs. A. F. McDa- General on March 1. girls; Ronnie tllmon. hAd chnnte of the Shade and family. and Mr.s. Georue: Shuford 1 xvi, ck Irma Saturday t. Tuesday : Miss Virginia Crnce of
    ,
    he. tlilrtei'iith birthday vid. Mrs. nines1 88th birthday Recent visitors of Mrs. junior boys. Elaine Kennan, program. The members were Mr. und MI'''. Hoy Waters and family, and other relatives nt which limp they! took Gainesville spent the weekend

    slumber party at her was on March' 3rd. Granddaughters Pearl Markey were Mr. and junior gills: Barbara Johnson. nerved punch coffee and:! find family of Jacksonville. over the weekend. him home. They ref.un.-d: : byway with Mr. and Mrs Frank

    Thr e June kitchen was : Sue Parrish and Mrs. David Volenw eider and Junior II girls: Lorraine sandwiches.Rev. !. were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. n.. E. Lee and Karen of !Miami\ where they vis-: Cruce

    ,over to1'11 very lively Olenda Sue :McDnvid whose children of Jacksonville, Mrs. Sparkman and:! Carolyn Ken- J. T. Howe and familyof Mrs. DorothyVatur". visited, Mrs. lee's parent, Mr.- -
    and Mrs. Williams Debbie Carter Mrs. Rlchnrcl Norman and and Mrs. G. L. Peterson lust
    ladles to make birthdays were on March W. A. Bishop : nan primaries: Gainesville visited Mr. and
    Ala., and Mr. and Debbie Hill. beginners! sons of Highland spent Mon Friday and Mrs. Lee vlslt''d
    and ,,1111tt! no with their 10th also celebrated at this of Mobile, : Mrs. Harry Manning thp latter -
    tail chIP cup rakes time. A delicious dinner and:! and Mrs. Marston Jordan of Wendy Hill nursery 2 and 3ypal' part of last wepk.MI's. day here wit h Mrs. lIul'UthyI ) her father main Saturdnv in

    Debbie Hicks, baby of' Waters). I he hospital when- hI' underwent -
    Heights. : .
    Keystone Thelma Nnwsom I
    enjoyedby
    Cokes Purina, tho evenlns birthday cake were
    Jackie. Waters' son of Rev.
    sirls: wul lied television Mrs.! Roxie Thomas of Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Green nursery. Starke spent Tu
    played records to dance Pompano Beach a daughter.Mr. and Joe recently visited their Pianists, song leaders and Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Adkins und Mrs. ( : ly Improving nicely.
    weekend before
    On Saturday morning. and Mrs| Hank Faber of !son-in-law and daughter. Mr. ocrlptnre readers for the two and on Thursday :Mr. and Baldwin spent We are also glad to report
    Allen Messmore, in Sunday Wendy Hill Carolyn I last here with hit:) grandmoth !ll'al.> O. J. n, pI'III'ho\ under-
    Mrs. Leila and Mrs. are Mrs. Adkins attended the 4-H
    mid Mrs.' Jones had to Starke a daughter;
    Mrs. )Dorothy VVatcrs.Mrs. : .
    Dabble er : xvent '! I he first of! last
    over the living room Simmons of Miami adnuglter Savannah Ga. Kennan and and FFA steer show In Gain siir'tcry
    visited
    Waters -
    Mr. and Mrs. Johnlford Hill Ronnie Dyal Charles esville. Dorothy week is. rccovorlm so well
    the floor couch and I' ; Mr. and Mrs. Willie afternoon of last\
    were covered with Hines of Callahan. a son: and Bass were weekend guests of Hinson. Tony Kennan, and Mrs.! Inez Alford of Jack- week( Sunday In Macclcnny with Mr. I that he expects to be at home

    Galnesvi'le a their son, J. T. Bass! and Otis Melton. Otis Melton Is sonville visited her mother.Mrs. early! this week.
    Bnstol Carol Oalnoy, Odell nines of .
    und Mrs. A. L. flheborg.Mr. ,
    family. youth Sunday School Super- George Saxon. Sunday.Mrs. I 'I Mr. aid Mr.s. Clifton Pro-
    Ba' '. JImmie McRae. and :Mrs. Roger North
    Edwards and Diane and son.Also Miss Wanda and Mallssa intendent and Ronnie Dyal. !;. Ezra Strickland visited I vntt and children of Gainesville -
    Jacksonville
    scavo'I helping! Mrs. Hines en- nnd family of
    youth Training Union direc her sister. Mrs.!! Irene Taylor, ,\ere Saturday visitors! of
    lis Janes' All the girls toy the day were Mrs. Geneva I and Master Gary Rabon stay- visited Saturday afternoon Karl
    and Mrs.
    a I good time. Trowbrldue of Gainesville.Mrs. ed last wekend with their uncle tor.On in Waldo Sunday.Mr. ':! with Mr. nnd Mrs. John NOI.tllIInd I his parents. Mr. rcnviinerito :: -
    Dun eli :
    Son
    Saturday evening this MOl'I'hand Prevail.
    Little Miss Brenda Sue : Grace Barry Mrs. Vera and aunt.. Mr. and Mrs. And Mrs. Albert family.,

    llnitham observed hrr Cellon and son Bill of LaCrosse Pete Davis. In Lake Butler.HAMPTON. week at 7:30: p. m.. young daughter of Gainesvillewere Cheryl and .loffory North, visit this week.
    people of the ('hll1'el'1111 attend and Mr. and!' Mrs. Robert I Hobby -
    visiting with Mr. '
    birthday with a party at Mr. and Mrs. Lacy : \ of Jacksonville; ( spent I'si.Wednesday ;' .
    home Mrs. Mary\ ; Hue Doke of LaCrosse Mr. and Mrs. .YTYT.............. the New River Association Mrs. John H. Parker SaturdayMrs. and Thursday herewith i I Tfrice have cenMv Stoke""in Steer Here To Enjoy
    Youth Rally at Bontdraln Mildred llardee ofLnkp. to make their home on
    ham had her han-Is ful! Edwin Conerly and Dena their I'nmlpllrl'1ltlt1"" ,
    Baptist Church and talc Mr., and Mrs. Virgil Onffiof : -
    part her
    ini; Ramos with ten llttl Kaye: of Gainesville. Mr. and City was vlsltlnu! nnd I St us. John North.Mr. l I '
    in the Bible drill and public sister. Mrs. J. E F'ra' II""' :. over ( f the State Farm, and :Mr.
    Drive-In
    but they enjoyed Mrs.! Clark Mattson and Mr. und Mrs. liudily BnidKlmw Guru. of Pa- Easy Banking.
    speaking: contests. the weekend. And Mrs. Memos ; .
    rope and bursting and Mrs. Eddie Mattson and and son were Saturday,
    By Mrs. Mary William* PERSONALSMr.: the Intka and their families; -.nent
    Susan Thomas spent
    Helping Brenda celebrate Roan of Okeechoboe: Mr. and night supper ghosts in Jacksonville -
    Wilkin
    birthday was Susan Br.ss Mrs. Jimmy McDavld of Fairbanks ,vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvyvvy' and Mrs. R. H. Parker weekend with her grandparents of Mr.: and Mrs. II. II. Sunday with Mrs. Nell Couldn't Be Easier! Hop In
    son. Mrs. Daisy Back and
    Gainesville KAthy and : Mrs. Blanche Baxterof lett Sunday for Birmingham.Ala. : Mr. and Mrs. Frank' Bradshaw.
    YOUTH WEEK: to attend the funeral Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. James I'I Lynn. Your Drive
    Jones, Jincnn :, Gainesville: Mr. and Mrs. : Saturday was yard working Car Right Up
    and :Mrs. F. T. Robert
    John and Jean Mcnap, Vascoe Hazen of Starke; Mrs.C. Young: people at Hampton'sFirst Tuesday of Mrs. Parker'sbrother Thomas were Sunday trucsts.; lay at thc Maxville Baptist, ;Mr.
    Baptist Church are observing ElIs! attended of Jacksonville, visited. the .1 To Our Outside Teller Window
    Parrish, Judy Bass. N. Shaw Mrs. Bessie who died .Saturday Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Church.: The group cleaned the I
    youth week, March at his home in Texas of an Ellis family reunionin T '''s over the weekend and
    Jones. and Mallssa James Stanley James. George a lot behind the church trimmed -

    Later in the afternoon /: James. Mr. and:! Mrs. Vincent 13-20, with Intermediates and heart attack. Fitzgerald; l, Ca. last Sunday.: the hedge and raked the on Saturday thy! all vKit.-d Make Deposits or !

    Willlngham served the Hines: Jack McDavld and Young People's age: groups Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Priester Mr. and Mrs.! Calvin Rich yurd.i. The lot north of thechurch I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Penrs-oon \Vithdrawals From Your

    sters cake and ice cream. Eloise of Jacksonville. David taking part in the services. of Palatka were Sunday guestsof ard and daughter were visit- was burned to get rid in Gainesville. !

    Miss Wanda Rabon c -( Cone-'ly of Gainesville: Mr. Next'; Sunday, Marc! 20 Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Adkins. ing Mrs. Richards parents of the high weeds. and John other Tye And members Vcraor.: of Du'k De-( Car. QUICK-EASY! ;

    ted her birthday recently and Mrs. Glenn Brannen of Tony Kennan will preach In The Home DemonstrationClub Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Adkins Mrs.:\ Edwin Knight and I attended services\ at
    the morning,: worship service. Sunday. family of Baldwin visited Saturday : 1- molay "
    a small party at her Lake Butler and Mrs. :Sue met at the City Hall on Lenora Earnest the \ First Methodist Chuich in IIO.-MK(): ; "EU-1I0\IE=" : OI'EKATED{
    spent wtlllrs:
    und Otis Melton will be nllernoon
    home. Miss Cherle Hinton Pairlsh and Susan: Mr. and Monday:! with 10 present. They : .
    Starke
    Mlf Brenda:! Bass Mrs Terry Me David and Barbara preacher for the evening serv- were Instructed on making weekend with Donna Fayn Avory Slade and family.Mr. 'I' Sunday.Mr. Poster
    ice. Crawford and Beverly Crawford and Mrs.:\ James Coleman -i and Mrs. Ray The
    State Bank
    Miss
    the necessary items in Lynn- of Lake City: different things out of terrycloth spent the weekend with and family of 1'ierson were in Green Coxc Kprliiu-. Community
    of Gaines Sunday school classes next also
    time alloted to win the Glenda McDavld on making aprons. Sunday vlsitlna Mr. and :Mrs
    her grandparents Mr. and spent the weekend here with
    _. Ilritt Rosier. Mrs. Rosier had OF STAKKE{ :
    -_------ Mrs. Lynn Hall. :\Irs.o B. Coleman und son
    -- Donnie Hugh: Crawford bonn he. the misfortune to break heie

    spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. an11'8.:\ Ray Fellum hip and Is confined-:! the hOME: ; OWNED: HOME: OI'EKATED;

    AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY Mrs. Darrell Burkhart in Per- and family of Jacksonvillewere hospital I there. :
    rlne. Sunday visitors of Mrs.F. :. Louie Walnwrlaht Jr, of MEMIIEK: : F. n. I. C.

    TsllahasPPe was /a Bundiv vi1.-
    Mr.
    and Mrs. Robert Cox b. Coleman. -

    and family moved to OrAnge Bob Mc-Clung was able to r .. .
    =:. = -- -; -== .... -- .
    Park on Friday of last week. leave SI. Vlncejit's I Hospital, in :

    Air Conditionin .lIeatinl: Jacksonville whore! he under ;
    Beauty Academy LADIES WEAR Office Equipment went surgery the lust of the I
    f TTTTTWTTTTTTTTTTTTMAXV1LLE CI ..I. .
    RUSS PIKER week. .

    Authorized AIl.te.mp POWELL'SBeauty Cherry'sGainesville's Hancock OfficeEQUIPMENT Visitors of Mr.:\ und Mrs. Bon -' .. ,.,z-". .
    McClung:. und. family over the =: J
    Healing & Air CoiuHtionlng Academy Meet Fashionable weekend were Kcv. James .. : .
    -
    SHEET :METAL:I< Address For Ladle Smith-Corona.-Authorized LIiJ 1
    Sjiinclers of Penney Farms

    Learn a Profession In Your Deafer' BMr*. A. C. Slade !
    Residential Commercial Uev. Bobby Knight. Mr.:\ and ': 1
    Time. Full or Part Time ?
    Industrial, .. Spare DRESSES-SUITS--COATS Clary-VlMor-ToUll* Phone 289-4491 Mrs. EI'leKt'l1hllusl'n/ and ; I

    alt'ln..I"II11t1ont'nlce n.'I'; :="iI="iO CLASSES MATERNITY TVEABACCESSORIES Adding Machine Calculator .. ..... .... :Mr. and Mrs.:\ ISuford Higgln- .
    2702 N.E 19th Dr. Low Tuition Terms SALES -SERVICERENTAL: botham.
    SAVE TIME: dkcuM BIRTh
    Oaln."l1Ie0714. : your rqutrementa
    visitors of Mr. and
    219 N.W. 10th Ave. with Hi first. Mr. and Mrs.' Max !Ross of Sunday ,. j
    7 W Gainesville Mrs.:. Randolph Crosby were
    AUTO HALES&S1}:UYICE University. 528 N. Main St.. OalnesvlU Jacksonville are the proud
    Gainesville 378-2766: Mr.:\ and :Mrs. Sal Monglovt of
    1 1f.7'
    "hnn 7/tIIIIII'/ parents of their first chilil., a
    I Jacksonville. [ -aJlj)
    Motors Inc. daughter, Monica\ Ann, born
    Barkley :MOBILE HOMES!
    PAINT & GLASSLiddell Mr.\ anil Mrs.:. Klmer: Carterof \
    : ,
    CHAIN SAWS Tuesday February 13 at St.Vincent's > -
    S TRIUMMI Clay I Hill wet last. Thul'riIlay .
    I '' '' j
    Hospital.The '' '
    -' '
    FIAT A. & J. Saw MUSTANG 7 night viMiUns, ot Mr. amiMis. .1T
    : Paint & young lady weighed Carter.
    IIM.I.MAN A SUNBEAMVOLVO ; : Henry
    I lb. Her
    maternal
    Mobile Homes I Inc. grandpa rents
    & Mower Co. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Scott(
    Glasa Co. are" Mr.:\ and Mrs. Claude

    We Specialize In Joe Antferson! Mjjr.riornelHe New Moon-Pacemaker Montgomery:: also! of Jackson and children of Illinois moved
    BALES here recently and. :are occupying -
    &: SERVICE KYANIZE PAINTS

    Factory Trained Mechanic Chain Saw! Skyline-Riviera Giant. Mirror BUdln Doors ville.Mrs.: Montgomery who wan the Randolph Crosby

    199 CLEAN VSF.n CARS I SALES & SERVICE! Capella-Cavalier Tub Enclomrc Show well loved und missed by the house.
    .
    Doors Windows AwnlolCarpet community will be remembered
    2201 N. MAIN j
    '
    Parts All MakesGravely .
    Repairs & Down low $100 Wallpaper Star- CTTTTTTYTVTfTTTTVTTTTTLAWTEY ."
    payment aa as as our former clinic nurse. ::
    CVUixwTfUe 37Z-U'7S Tractor !!Sale front Consultation. IIIHTIIIIAV I'AUrllvS: 1...f"- .,"-"'
    _- _ _ _ 4820 N.W. 13th St.-. 441 North ,.-..,-. --.. -
    I & l'I"l'1ole.' Mrs. Avory Sl.xle cntcrtiiinrd \ ..
    116 N.W. Sixteenth St.OAXNESVXLLR '.
    378-1346
    S JEEP Gainesville at the Slade r:7J.J.J
    2022 N.K. Blvd. Gainesville _ _ _ 373K191PKT home FrUlny;
    Vtomlly of 4 Wheel Drive afternoon M.irch 11 with a i'iuul rd4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
    Phone 372-3588 IJy Knzit: ; ] '
    KAMBLKRAfflfrlciaN Just Off Waldo Road MotorcyclesScootersStreit's SERVICEIRENE'S: birthday party honoring her( \\J
    daughter N.mc-y* who W.IH tenon ( *
    Finest Economy Ca Monday of this week.
    Bicycle I Shop 'lIl'It1I( M'I""III"' t I 1 1It :
    Sale and Service The ten ,
    rON'CPETE PRODUCTSINSIST young quests enjoyed .
    HONDA MOTORCYCLES ( ace Mcthor'i't I 'i : Church:
    Poodle Salon 1 ( ; games and party
    Ridgway Motor Co. Cushman & Vw.a Seaoten School 0:43.: Wiil( '>l|>. IIn.I in.
    freshments re-I
    of birthday
    11J2 ft. Main THAT ALL YOUR Ducat!-DSA-Znniiapp rooni.E" : GROOMING: cookies and punch which and 7:30: p. m.. 11'l1Wedllc:,- t lnmh l uJiwiWiui;
    CONCRETE PRODUCTS A SPECIALTY: : CircleMonday
    day 8 p. m. Piaycr
    G In..Mvl1le 372-8133 ARE THE BEST FRt'd:> Motorcycles es & 8rvk Grooming and Supplies For served after the honored 9 a in _A- j
    her
    SCHWINN BICYCLES: guest opened gifts.
    Edwards Building Locksmith & Safe Wrk All Breeds 51:\ vs. 0. J. Itt fuse entertained < First B.ipilst Chmvt; : Hun-
    B & G Motors Co. Toy Stud s'r lce1AOILLACOLO.lIUILE day School lOa. m. Worship.
    with a small birthday \
    1'111'ty
    t15 W. UnlrmltT Aye 2
    : Puppies Flr>>r Sale 11 a. m nnd 8 p m. TialnlnR: .
    Supply I I Inc. Galn..ItI. Tt -77 lMOTOIU'VC'LKS Thursday night!: :March 10
    (i'0! S. Main
    BALES & SERVICE!: honoring her son R.indy, on Union 7 p. m. Midweek services '" 1'\

    128 S. Main I -372-484 Gainesville 3730000Fi1.e his tenth birthday. Randy, and Wedne.'1ay 8 p rn.Cituticli "'
    : Selection of Used Can : :! PLATING
    : his small friends! enjoyed'' party : of God : Sunday'
    Taken On
    Cadillac Trades
    GAINESVILLE. FLA School 10 am Worship 11 a.
    refreshments after playing
    Z001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 TIIKCYCLE Ocala) Chrome several g.imcs. m. And '7 p. m YPR \VodnesI I ; ,

    PIIONK; 316751ELECTIUC: :MOTORS SHOP Platin, Inc. School students enjoyed a day 7::30. Player meeting\ < Fil- AGAIN'S

    holiday& Friday but teachers; day 7:::10.I i

    Pinna Performance ELECTRIC NORTON BULTACO Copper. Nlerl.: Chromltan remained on the job) for teachers I Highland; Baptist: Sunday

    DUCATI BRIDGESTONRM : : Cadmium. Mobil Flnlshiiva planning day. School( \ 9:45: Wmshlii 11 a. m.

    SAAB Motor Repair Co. and 7 Prayer services
    O T () 1 K C Y |C L K 3C'umplrte Custom Juffln Anyone interested In pur- p. m
    S.I.tsn: SKK\: K'K Of Orinp\'lIIe., Inc. ANTIQUE: CLEANING chasing candy may do so front Wednesday 7 p. m Choirpractice '

    Service &: Parts Saturday 7 in. FAVORITESCHEVROLET
    p. -
    SILVER nrtAsa. C01"PEIINew the band students. All proceeds -
    CLEAN ,
    USKD CARS RepairingRewinding
    New & Used machines In stock go to the Baldwin High Rev. J. E. Norman nroinht: .;
    and Used Industrial Hard Chrome I .
    .1031 S. Main Gainesville. Easy Financing Terms School Band. 1'rlce 50 cents the messaue at the Highland .
    1538 NE 2nd Ave.. Ocala
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    Baptist Church Sunday anis
    \\ORI( mTAR.VNTKKD: Available box

    Phone 378-2136 Q'>.. ,V..\V.. aiK ..._ _ Dial_ _ra681STropical _ :MltS. nRIFFIS.. PASSKS! I ill continue ns acting pastorfor '
    v "0" n'
    ;! S. Main GainesvillePhone
    the present since the fOI'mpI' -
    JiinC3Villo 378-3660 SINS(:=" Funeral services for1"11.:\ .
    372-S318 I >tor. Rev. C. L. Tyler
    I Pontiac pa
    Polly Grifrts, 88, weic hold I ,
    has resiuned. .
    Inc. MOVERS WILLIAMS Friday afternoon at the Long; -
    -:\ KdUIPMKNT:( : "' =" Branch, Baptist Church with Mrs. Bill Woodard of Id run '

    TRUCK GMC CF.NTR: Long Distance> Moving Neon Signs, Inc. burial In tho church (cemetery. spent I the first part of I List I I TRUCKS'

    ".llIha-m.." Rev. Clarence Knight and Rev. week with Mrs. C. R. Crews.
    I C) N T 1 A C "Sign t'pllh
    220 N.W. Bth Ave OaincsvllU Fe Tractor, + Local Drayage ASTIC--NEON SIGNS Taggart officiating.\ Arrangements The family of .ltu1ciIeton1:

    SalesServtceMaintenanceBreetionsAltersttnn were under the direction ( Rosier hose death( occurredlast
    1I'12-2R!; Inc. !Storage Fucking gratIng '
    : ofV.. B. Griflls III Funeral week has the sympathy 566,664* NEW CHEVROLET TRUCKS WENT TO

    CRANE r <> R n Shipping "Your Designs. or Ours" Home, Orange Park.! and prayers of All frU'n.1s. ,. 4

    2720 N.E. 20th Way Mrs. Griflls, a lifelong rest-. We are pleased to note chat
    LINOLN-IFll-I= FREE ESTIMATES; CALLHILL'S : WORK LAST YEAR. THAT'S A RECORD FOR
    RY Farm Tractors! & Implements Selma Eunice i Is
    Gainesville I' dent of Maxville:\ died Tuesday :Mr.s. recuperetln't -
    Authorized Sales & Service Ford Industrial :Machinery the linme .,f her 1 \
    flays 372-6006 Nltes 37655)64TILES ) in a Jacksonville nursing at
    506 E. University Oamesvllle MOVING CUSTOMER ACCEPTANCE..EVEN FOR CHEVROLET!
    home. She had lived In Jacksonville daughter< t.lrf' Selma Norton.
    Phone 372-1231:> LANDROVKR> Wheel Drive
    & PAINT for the p.nt year. "rl:'1' a few days. In Baptist
    Crane's Imports S"\LES. PARTS. SKRVICE; & Storage, Inc. Survivors Include three grand, Hospital in Jacksonville.: Last year more people bought Chevrolet trucks than ever before.
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    Volvo Meroe.Ic.s-lnnz, ) 1188 N.W. Sixth Gainesville 3310 =N.K. Wuliln Rd.Gulneavlllo Tenney Tile & Paint children. Westberry Clrifll III Mis. Bftle: Mln-r wa v.It- Stands to reason. Chevrolet makes a truck for almost every kind of

    FIAT-I IILLMAN 376-25J8 3721271MUSIC JOHNS-MANVILLE TILK of Jacksonville, George Grlfrts'" iiiT her .son-ln-lnw and I job. So many components are offered you can set up a Chevy to do .1

    2201 N. Main Phone : Vinyl Vinyl Asbestos-Asphalt of Maxville:\ and :Mrs. Ruth daughter, Mr. tied :Mrs. Frank your special job the way you want it done. Cost is low. Resale high. '

    rhonA 372-1:Gainesville'."'* _ _ _ Floor Finishing Products Corbett of Kerry North extendsIts Car. Wells and family\ in Lc"sburn : Chevy's been the No. 1 truck since 1937. Put a new '66 model to !
    _ r.AHDKN SUPPLIES Floor Afachinea --Gym Finish olina. The community over the we-kend.
    2222 N.W. 6th St.GAineSville sympathy to tho family of Mrs. Mae WelN and !Miss i work. It's bound to be No. 1 on your job for years. '(,' ;
    LIPHAM MUSIC
    AlITO SALVAGE 378-13O2 \the late. Mrs. Griftls. Fuss Blanrhard attonr'ed: a I
    Source R.L.Polk t Co.,Detroit,Michigan.
    Paris I Inc.
    J Johnson & PKRSON.M.S'; _
    Co. Inc. meeting of th" As-.ocl-it.lon. ( of
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    Paul's I Auto Salvage Complete Line of TKAVKLHouse Mrs. James' Coleman and Postmasters in Gainesville I Get a No. 1 buy on the No. 1 truck .
    VAL LIPHAM family of Pierson visited Saturday Sunday afternoon.

    Vxjp Buy Wrecked Car At SEEDS-PLANTS- of Travel. afternoon with Mrs.\ D. Miss Elizabeth Terry !spent during Double Dividend Days A

    TOP I PRICES FERTILIZERSInwctlcldes : PLN0S= ORG.\NS-nlttrl\IS INC. n. Grlftls and Mrs. Hollis Jrf- the latter part of the week : '., ----....... -.----

    All Makes & Model Used -Pet SuppM Guitars and Amplifier AIRLINES! fers.Mr. with Mrs.! C. E. Strickland;;! in J9 Sltl
    Parts : and Mrs. Hollis Jeffcrs!
    STEAMSHIP: Gainesville
    We Rent Fertilizer Spreader
    Teletype Sen-Ice-We Will SHEET MUSIC R. R.! visited Sunday afternoon In About 25 young people rnJoyrcl WALT KULICK! CHEVROLET INC.

    Find Any Part For Too. 224 N.W. 8th Ave. Oalne'nllle. IlotHs! Car Rentnlt! Doctors Inlet with Mr. Jeffcrs ska tins; In Lake B-itlT
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    Cain I PHONE S72-041I Shopping Center and Mrs. John
    """lie 376-4312 parents. :Mr.
    3415. W. University! Ave. Tuesday! night of 111."e: 'k
    (T. S. :UM !NOIMII) STAIJKK.: FI.A.. PHONKrAnI : !9cj.3lnn
    Ml N. PMt Stock Yard OainecvUte. Fl*. 32-b33: : Gainesville 373-1601 They were accomp. nird b-;
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    yT"RRR.': FLORIDA TUTUS DAY, MAR 17. 1900illi


    : :. I Council SeeksTo Three In RaceLaB.tie I


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    : Qualifies
    t Keystone
    xA l'

    A decision to "woilt
    its current budget with a n w
    For School BoardA
    II to trimming some $2.000) from

    total expendltmes was madeat

    a ipeclal mectln.. ""I( tile

    Keystone Heights Council\) ins thi-fe-cornereJ/ race for Clay County School

    Saturday morning, Hoard member. )District j :'J, wall assured l with the I

    The economy move was endorsed qualifying Tuesday morning of George E. Laliue, Keystone -

    :! after discussing .city: --t Heights insurance agent.
    finances with a secial) citizens
    Pl'evloully announce! candidates -
    I committee l'OnlKIS'I, : of j
    : for the post ate William -
    Ray Starnes Charles MeQlave. ) M. Beam, former Key- ,

    I and John Ruffint r- _-- --_ k stone Heights councilman and I calendar A
    The economy move 1 Is bemiipearheadti )' -- Richard Lovorn. a real estate I Of IevlsrlT6 1Thursday
    Mavor AI) N "
    by
    Lions Aid Foundation Drive representative
    son and new councilmen \V
    H. Redfearn and George E. LaRue. now serving an un- March 17Men's

    \\ it daring display of liiHiitv. |iuli'hrltiulr., these Ke>."toiif "IwnutlfH1. modeled LaRue who have charged l Ke>'stoiii' I.lon f;surge| haeffrr (right) U .Hhimii uwrptIng expired one-year term on the Community Prayer Group 7

    a \i .'ifly of the latent fi,,.hlons at the w...iml. tiiiiiiml .liinlor-M-nlur. ;" Wuman'M. Club that the prior administration ihiM-hH totaling$211* for the Florida. Foundation.. fur the Keystone Council was born in p m. Home of A. A. Bralnerd.

    .. II was spending more In city; revenue lii .l le.. t\\ lifetime memlierslilpH of Freeport Long Island r.nd has Keystone School PTA meeting.
    i-holnnthlp benefit fashion Hhou luit Friday night l-r, Itllnil. This iinioiint <
    VV. I.. nu.....-. JIltHTt ICenl. Uifok I-oM.rn. (;.-.i.rf.MHNHII.| : Dm Id Homier." Kill ll"le. than it took in =$1011 riu'h given: by 1.1..".. District Governor i ('lIlIrU.111; lla\e, I :veal He graduated from high 7:30: p. m. Program and film.

    Bud Bowler, Kierrtt Fox', llnil \nthmij; (harlcn. ;Mr<;ilu\''. This charge has been challenged and I the vlop l |ireHldent of the, Kejstone' heights t club ('"I. I school and attended!' Pace In- Saturday. Mar. 19 -- Clay
    by former; co':n'U:!! County voter registration. 9 a,
    lohil Heidi.T. A $V 0 donor. mi>nil>er..liip war (given by JimiphIliiKheH. tltute In New York City, with
    chairman Wm. M. Beam in a i m. until noon: 1 to 3 p. m.
    Fashions and Talent CombineIn I public statement Issued :March: Lett I to right: l.loim Hu hf.*. :M<(;ila\e. Kcliller, and additional study throujh: the Office of Keystone WaterWorks

    8 in which he enumerated 24'' ililve.. clmlrnmn.. hiuTfcr.. The dribs ,'nol.llIr'h: 2U.Wt'Pf University Maryland: extension .

    Top Notch Entertainment I: I civic Improvements. Including .... ." "_, -........._..-.""' .. ...._. I I program Monday. Mar. 21 Clay
    i LaRue served In the AirForce
    KEYSTONE
    a new city hall that WI'I'emade County Better Schools Committee -
    during! World War II
    An audience of nearly 300 were Bill "Fi'' iirolsP.'' Belote. during: a twoveper; : 8 p. m. School Board:
    an.I had excellence in methanclal -
    Bud "Fleur" Anthony, EverettColette" lod ending Oct. 30. 196V 4JH meeting room Oreen Cove
    persons enjoyed two hours of j
    HIGHLIGHTS "with no Increase in tax ) englnei'iing He U a
    sollj! entertainment last Friday ( Fox David "De.11'1.1' s"I I member of the Lions Club and Springs.
    '' Benin said the cltv's balance: Mar 22.Womtlll'sClub
    night: as the Spring Festival Bonner, George "Oeurpette' < the Community\ Chuicn of Tuesday
    Fashion Show, with intermission Ma!>!Oa. EJ: "Jollp" Ben on hand as of Ott 30 1903 luncheon meetluf.-.:30
    Keystone Heights
    i variety acts, was: pie- nett. Charles "Chaimalne" By Emily 9'homaiiPhones was $53788. u.s compared wltl1U73.69 p m. Masonic Hall,. MU lcalIContll.ued
    He and his wife. Mniv.\!( reside -
    ' of Oct. 30. 19G5u Next Paille)
    : sented by the KIlston'H"lghts : j McOlave Richard "Yvette"Murrhee as -- On
    Junior and Senior ) Bud "Suzy" Heeler,! I I a decrease of only $114 19 on Little lake Keystone ..,

    Woman's Clubs at the Key W. L.. "Cherie" Bunce filbert :r Day 47.1-I66R: Nile 473-4589 d iv
    "GlKi" Reed and Dick "Ma- \ 12 FEET WIUE-2: me.
    stone School aujltorlum.'' Proceeds / Clay County ,
    from ticket sales will go I I lie" LDvorn. I : MOBILE HOME FOR RENT
    r" ,
    I A bushel of talent wus unto weekend n"3w
    toward the senior scholarship Another popular number I veied before a standing Mrs Uay Livingston Sr.. of Rally DatesAnnounced I I\ ; ,

    fund. I i with the audience was "The loom only nujlence: at the Mandarin spent the weekenJ 12 FKET; ; WIDE) :

    Bringing( down the house I)I, Beatles! a pantomlne act by scholar'hip fashion show last with her son Clay and his MOBILE HOME FOR SALE

    were the "Fiench" models, a Mrs Fremont Tolles. Mrs.I week,, One continues to marvelat family In Ko>Mone.Mr .r
    troupe of 12 local min who :I I Kubv Uslpen :Mis Ed Kaynor. the abilities shown by the and \: is. W. P. Boyd. of : it j ,,
    The first official Clay j Trailer Spaces For Kent on Lake Santa Fe
    W.
    In and Mrs. L. Beam. his
    paraded highly exaggerated! residents of this area and Punama City. visited ....
    ladles' styles ranging from the Three singing acts draw\ their willingness to use these mother Mis. W. P. Bovd. of County political rally) sponsored -I t! i iiFloyd t J.1t. ,.
    by the Clay County .,
    beach to the boudoir They I favorable the Wheeler Discount Appliance Store
    response during talents to aid worthy causes Swan Lake lust weekend. occasioned -

    It takes a well rounded oerson bv: the funeral of Committee And Dorothy Koons: .
    ti'mself' their cousin Mrs. Ruby\ Ox- :\It"1rose1752101
    I to be able to spoof
    March 19. at thp. Clay Hill
    Officers Are InstalledBy
    have thin our ford. New
    and we more
    School. A fried chicken supper I
    .' W. E. CHERRY. share of good sports who don't The Charles Garbers have
    ; will be served by the PTA Keystone Heights Eastern StarTo
    mind laughing with others at just returned home from a
    starting' at 4:30: p. in, with f
    themselves All of the men tilp downstate. speaking by candidates .sche most Keystone'' and !pinnddauRhtpr of Incoming Vote For Progress . Vote For
    : A MAN OF EXPERIENCEA who participated in the !Mis! Ve.i/ey: Walker ha ie- I,
    ; doled t to( stilt at 7. [lends, the! hl' hll ht of the Worthy Matron and WorthyPatron
    French model skit wen better tuned to her home following D. Anthony "Tony"BAKER
    Other official rally dates! social season was the installation Dorothy and Floyd r
    MAN OF. DEDICATION..It. '1 .
    than good but we mU.t t single; recent hospitalization. of new officers of Key- Koons, presented the former
    are: ,
    out the moderator Bill! Belote.I Keystone has a good samarItan -
    Match 26 Doctors Inlet stone Heights Chapter 279. with a gavel aivl made a
    I for his outstanding commentary In the person ot Mrs. OES. at the Masonic templeIn "nurprlse" presentation address -
    your vote amt support| for. County. Comadssloner.District 1 and exquisite form In the Many Carew. who has been school. Keystone Heights. The .
    2 April 2 -Keystone Heights
    Clay County. :
    attire he modeled to
    glamorous I fuinlfchlng transportation school. I ceremony was hed) Saturday: After the< retirement of the aI'
    A native pad life-long rtwldpnt of Clay County I would. Looked somewhat like a com.- ;the hospitals of the area for April 16 Ml.1dleburg:\ : night March, 5, |t8 o clock. 1963 officers the Grand 4i
    brine to thN.. po ltlua many yearn of valuable.. rxMrtauce." | .. blnatlon of Theda Bara and several persons who go Jn for school. The 1965 officer's, on enter- March of the 1966 officers i 3!
    l I have Mr*ed ua the Buaril of County Commissioners, ilx" Rudolph Valentino checkups or to see relatives. l
    April 23--01'111\1011' Park High Ing the chapter room were and the ceremony of Installation -
    years and... the Board of Public .InxtrucUon, fur 3lt yearn.. HERE 'N THERE High school chums of Mrs. L.
    School. led by retiring/ Matron'Edythe was preientPd. On either FOR
    If elt Hl.. I shall Mtrlve at all 'linen to bring roupenrtlunln The Les Stephensons were I Ray Starnes stopped In for April 30-Clav County High Nicholson! and retiring Patton tide of the platform were

    >tw.H>n all County Ofrtclulst, eftpcolally C'onu>ilHnlaiu. >rt unit in Tallahassee! last weekend to lunch Monday on their way to School Green Cove Springs J. A. Williams The installing large brass f'andelabl'con! County Commissioner
    take In the famed F3U "Fly- Miami They were Mr, J. H r ?
    officers were: Installing taining nine holders. As each I
    School Board ;Members. I feel this will bring about rlt\c-\
    r
    i lently, and jet rrononilrully.. the operation. of yuur two ing Circus" with doltJllhOI'I'Cuol Ripple of Spray. N. C.. her ;.%KI>EN CI.l'll :, Past Matron Verna Brice; new officer was Installed, the District Four
    who is a student at Fred Reynolds! and
    tux pending| bod I..... 1 I brother OF THE IKES Assisting! Insliilllng Past vounsr! daughters of Matte Lee
    FSU. his wife. Orand Patrons, Vincent Price Klnirbury lighted a !symbolic I
    Celebration' of his! mother's]| :Mrs Everett Fox Mrs. R. N. The Garden Club of the YOUNG
    and Dr Oairls; Installing candle, and Janet Hayner
    ' THANKING; YOU IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR |
    ,. birthday took the J. D. Hen- Sundeiland. and Mrs. Joyce Lakes will meet ThuiPday. Grand Chnplainl and Past erected the new Worthy Ma-
    VOTE AND SUPPORT.W. oerson-s to Andalusia. Ala last Powell recently traveled to Ft. Match 24. at Faith Presbyterian AGGRESSIVE;
    i Grand Electa Louise: Lnt'.lmer.Installing : ; t lion with a solo, "Von Never
    -" I E. CHERRY Jackson. S. C. for their sons' Church on Highway 21. A Grand Marshall and Wnlk Alone." .

    evening They were Patty KAY I II ,iiradudtion\ from Army tialn- workshop on flower arranging: Orand Tiea.siner of Florida As they accepted their' CAPARLEEXPERIENCED

    I Terrell. who sang 'Faster, InK schools will be held starting! at 10 a. I Mniv Lnurn Johnson( : ln-tallliv ;
    ., (Pol. Adv. Paid for by W E. Cherry) Parade." "Little Things! Mean I.initAHV, NEWS: I m. Members are asked ti': 'i Grand Organist Ima WU- (Continued On Nevt Page)

    ar I a Lot" and "Second Time Fred Andrews Clay County bring materials Hostesses will I ll.ims SINCERE

    Around;" "The Administrators. librarian recently presentedthe I be !Mrs. John Brennan and''' Young :Miss Delile Koons. MURRHEE
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    :" Keystone principal Joseph three branch libraries with, Mrs. Clifton StHckland. I

    CLAY COUNTY DEMOCRATIC Benson and asul-stant!! '!,,60 LP record albums received I Insurance Agency BAKER
    is lire / Nf
    principal Hubert White! who|I by him for submitting the best General Insurance r e a ,

    EXECUTIVE COMMITTEEs tendered in fine barb shop]j I plan for housing, displaying. Elect FinE C'ASD.tLTY MA I IKI.NK
    1" style "The Bulldog and the( :I I publicizing ani:! expnndlnu a UTO-BOS1J8 Political Advertisement Paid For By

    Bullfrog" anj "Trloplna 1 circulating: record co'K'ctlon Keystone Heights l 473-4780 D. Anthony (Tony) Baker
    : Through the Tulip and i\ The albums, a gift of Colum- r ROY I

    Official "The New Springs' a group of; bli Records were offered to i

    i I seven high school girto whose I'ny i Florida public! library under -

    ' folk sons; pies"ntations pained I conditions, previously announced .
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    : POLITICAL RALLY then an invitation to thj Florida .

    Folk Festival, held at the I The Keystonee Heights Library Vote For.
    )
    , J. !Stephen' Foster :Memorial In ( now has a splendid) collection .

    Saturday, March 19 :May" of LP records which COUNTY WILLIAM M.
    The younrsters were i In the may be borrowed for one week IYI

    act also with an unrehearsed at a time three to a family COMMISSIONERDistrict

    i CLAY HILL SCHOOL Art Linkletter typo quiz show I I This Is a fslily: new service for (Bill) ,

    ,1 with the panel comprised of i I our library and one w'llch we 4 -, Clay County Benin ,
    first t. tecond and third grade hope will be enloyed by many }
    students and supervised bv rations :Mr Andrews is also .
    Mrs. Florence Harris second keeping the library! well supplied An Experienced Iiuniiu'/ ; ninnn For A More

    Fried Chicken Dinner $$1.25 grade teacher A chlU'en's with a good selection of Iiu8int'nn-tike; l'millI/ (iovcrnnicnt."

    Easter parade featuring the books by adding new ones end CLAY COUNTY '
    Easter outfits of Sharon Davis rotating some through the

    INCLUDING DESSERT I Eddie Dyal Connie 1, other county libraries. EO that O Capable 1

    Triest. Tracy Mann. Julia there are always plenty of suit
    Sponsored By Clay Hill PTA : School Board r
    Redfearn. Joyce Moore, Pam every taste, according' to librarian O Qualified
    Farris and Mark Bennett, delighted Helen Lawieme
    '.1:0(1( t to 7:00: P.M.:\ *" I 1 .
    the onlookers. TEEING: : OFFHignups a
    O Far: To All
    I The clothes modeled: from ( are being taken fur
    I Leila's were selected for the men's choice tournament

    around the clock wear several. ) scheduled for the Keystone lie Stands For Greater I'rof/rrna.

    Speaking Starts 7 P.M. I dramatic styles pointing up Golg and Country Club Sun- College Graduate --- EngineerFOUR
    For
    ALL
    the latest in hUh fashion :ay afternoon. Persons inter- Clay/ Counf/j.
    General chairman for the clubhouse for details. CHILDREN) IN SCHOOL(

    II show was Mrs O J Mur.hee! ested are asked to call tin,
    i Paid Political Adv)
    Jr. who was assisted! by are asked to call the clubhouse (Paid Political I Adv I
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    Man Admits aneM of a local mann connection 1 Hiv hearing/! lie wa.s bound a nip to Mr. Warwick':; real-i,! for fOQt turnery, is expected 473.4211 no later titan March will be sorry to hear that she I neighbors of ours from Gainesville bad Idea. Reckon It would do

    with the Mnvch 2 I over I 1o circuit 'court( tor( trial1on (dencc! In Koy&tone<< to observe 1'home soon. but will no' be entered the Alacliun General I clime over for :tome to call about our terrible'

    burftlaly of Beldler's Rc. tau- ,rluii'ies I of brcnlciim'i! and'Mitrini I' his lock, folli-ctloii. The nextl I II )I i a We to walk for several wcka. 18.stxxrr, I'E'SScoutmastet'; Hospital in Oalnesvlllf.\ Friday fishing and a little cutting I road ?? They really arcH,

    Breaking IntoRestaurant rant In Keystone Hel'Uits. : aii.l KHind ''arc-ny.l t trip. both the Junior ami4', Her address Is Route 1. Box Steve. MOOn'j afternoon. She has been J.iht ns they arrived we haul moss now- what with all thUlain.

    Accoidlnu to I the' MMrlfl'soffice. I Science< Clubs went to the ITKlonal ', 493. Melrose. has announced l that due ill for several days" I Mr. and Mrs. Charles '1'. Ix'j .

    ( Flunk Weu.it.) 32. wn.simested I Two IncidentsOf science! Inii/ In JnckMinvillc. Eddie Bleha. AARP member. Kiinual Co-Op mectlii"'. the JI'. of Tallahassee to also So long for now. Hope( ) in

    by Clay County nCP-1 IJiiiiny Illnck and PattI hits returned home) after hos- ip'iiilar' troop meeting will not I ...VV.yyVyyVVVyVVVC I drop in. What a time we\. all get my news In on time after
    oi&&LL; County Slieillf i Jinmi'i -
    uty Walter Hai-vey on 1 Vandalism Bl'a 1111011. memberH. e of the pltalll11: Lion In Bradfowl be held ot\ March 24. A par had that nlit'ht over a fish this.

    ( i Mm iietrepoilrtl\ 1 the l and ('hul'lI'dith! Ihe re.xt-. I Reported HereThe clubs had projects' i-nteied in County. ent's nlllht banquet Is plannedfor INDIAN BEACH dinner and some "rememberwhens"

    uiiiant. biimlniy.! Weil' wan the fair. Then Filclny." / March: MI's. Margaret T.-acy hall March 31. with details to -and especially listening '

    KEYSTONE Identified us avnIkeI' tnlni-! :.,tory Office! of Clay County I 11.1 the Senior Science Club been vislllnit filends In MI- be announced at a later date. Fe to Mrs. Gardiner relate' I '
    I Lake Santa )
    ( an experience she had In
    Ciilllortitii. Florida
    from of -
    % orlttlually went to the University ami.
    Drive-In Theatre Sheriff JennIngs"' '' Murrlve reports F. Miller. Sr.
    ) Ik- had been In the Incidents of vnndnl1sin to nttend the E'.wlnecraPnlr CALENDAROf Mr JacK placing a person-to-per.son I
    two
    ) ,
    call to the President. It
    was
    Fri.. Sat.-:.Mar. IS 1 19!> montli Keystone WI'lIhl11"area about tnken Into one 1 or"II\ln"" \ ", In Kevstone! Couch Rhodfii bits, staitcl Eastern Star Events .AAAAA1AAAAAAAAAAAAASorry returned by none other' than CrG6':
    two
    DOMM.K' FEATURE! (custody) \ by Deputy llnivey In 1], llc-ltthts week) wltliln the past sprliva tralnliiK with the foot- I Installs Officers my news missed connections "Lady Bird" an, :d hilarious is ,

    Bradford) ( County on Lake The first occurred In a restroom bull teom. We ale lookliiit. : forward (Continued] fl'OlIPllge IDprnuram. ) and arrived at the the only word to describe the

    Simtrt Fe.A'OlIILVL. at tlv Keystone* lllwlt 1 to II wlnnlnx season next I I (From preceding page) Telegraph office too late for conversation I that took place
    ( week.. Here are However It accomplished her I
    t II() )report the i the paper last
    School on the evenlnr.! of full. ('IUllllc". the IrwomlnjlVort.hy Thursday. Mar. 24 -- Clay
    restaurant'' wns entered i.oine- :March' 5 while i a ".tudiitI TIHII'dIlY.1111'1'11, : 17. will be Mnt.rnn anj Worthy Patron Electric Co-Operative Annual some of the Items to help l ul'po"e-80 it might not be a
    durlnu the nlnht! of mi-etina nt 7:30.: bring you up to date I
    lime leKiilar PTA lunch.
    All with
    dunce I wa.s In progress. responded with addresses emiliasl7liiR Meetinu.! day home
    Miinh 2 or tlic morning( of( Arcordini! to reports. the Tliw" V.H1 be a sctencj exhibit)( |, loyalty and cervlce Saturday. Mar. 26 Final Mrs Tom Norwood I U:
    March) :3. AppioximiUely, & $L25woth In !Mrs. Jones, fourth urndertn.s registration after being In the Baptist
    p | I towel and 1 tissue disivnKorwere for' others which Is the motto Cloy County voter
    I last week for surveryon I
    4 of( meat cluarclte ( lorn) off I tie, walls( of th? room nnd( a Hook Fair for 19BU. tot Keystone. Same as MatchI Hospital
    ben (
    IJIMT" mid ,i-limiue from HIP I lestroom nncl( the trsish, ) cmi) presented( In the library. A beautiful courtesy. honorIng 19. her feet. She has in I Bank I
    clitniette: I machine: weie hlol..n.l1epulr was flattened. The rloslnitirirchiinlsm '" Satul'dAY11'; '' Pnmo ; will' the new Worthy Miitron. \Val kinK at Furchsotfr

    llnvvoy' who ii 11\1',11-, tiiited on I the rei-troom take a uroup) of student.who was narrated and sung by .yy......... r T Jacksonville for the past several
    the bunk In. said that damage! are Interested In aolim! to collese. months. but will probablybe
    door was also : Josephine Reed. using a
    ", 1nbn's footprint! led, to the The second Incident reported : to Gainesville for CJreer cleat scoreboard theme, MELROSE convalescing for severalweeks Credit t

    7ric.. :- nearby house where Wen.st% occurred on this! evenlim of Day 1$|8oii8ored) ) by the D"pnrt- phaslzliiK/ the meanings! 11111-1 at home. t1

    ..Hi I l b..t-i-ii e living) I In Keystone.Tin ? March 1 12. when euus were ment of Aitrlcultiii'Hl P':cono- service loyalty and love Mr. and Mrs. Joan orimn '
    Fri.. Sal.-Mart.Ji 1 11. 1 12' I .. deputy\ later I locntfiWeiM ( thrown' Into the U S. mall/ mics at the University of Flori'Ja. The traditional Larson I By !Sally RolhhammerC'M'B of Tallahasseee were recent I

    I.like Simla Fe and : The Ki'oup will 1111 I Ice, at !9 the guests of his other, Roy
    on box In front of the Keystone Jewels were pienentPd to ..... .. A... IsYour
    4. &
    look him Into "custody.Weu.t % : post olflce. 11. in. and will mi-et. nl Mc- inromlna Worthy Matron and I \ Griffin and family. While''

    CHAMBERUUNSMlMIEUXHvMlTHOCOMW) ? admitted tinbuiK. The Cl.iy Cnuntv Sheriff's Cnrty nail Biidlt vlum. Worthy Pntron. to be worn here. John had the pleasure ofpulllns

    )liiand.. (claimed I ( to hu'-i-" henrtiinik ] office Is iiv.eHtliiiUlnK, : 'both, In1 Last week Jane MrMurtylecclvt'd : listing their term of nrflc'. The Melrose Home Makers! In a nice 11-pound
    1 I the Rnnu.il DAR Club are having a Bal;::,' Sale, I
    \ Ht (he lime. At h's nr- cldents I "Nick" Nicholson presented bass.Mr. 'P
    ali-nment), on :March 7 before I 11\\ ord presente! 10 the ouN) his wife with the Past ltII'0U'h :\- April 9th.11I'PLlC'fE. and Mrs. M. J. John Best
    -Si ('III' ("OUllt.JlleI:1'! J. C nivi -itnndlna senior ILII''!l. It WHS Jewel and MrWil- BKII>GE I were down to their cottnue:

    I i Weust pleadd guilty and PE FcE: )presented[ nt I he 1"'IlIIIRI' Items presented her husband\ 1st place Mrs. John T. last weekend and: Mr. JCJlm"

    ,i\\ .'<1 l hN .ilaht to a prelimlii- mertiiu, \ or the St Aiwustine\ with the Past Patron's\ Jewel. Foster! Mrs. R. P. Ooodloe.2nd had the good luck to l make> a Credit
    I I'hnptcr nnd WHS bused on Each of the Star Points were place:\ -:Mrs.! Gay LlvlnKS- haul of 30 speckled perrh. t

    .,cnlor( tins tiiid l I Inculty* I vote.Checrlpndcrs 1)l"e..entl'dlh\ th-lr emeblemii tan: Mm./ Ray Starncs. 3rd The Albert Van Ncttns had

    ) hiive been I Hepins bv the Installing' placeMr.s. Mary Cook. Miss 1 a nice visit recently with theli!!
    (chosen) ) ( fur the 19f.B-fi7 school Grand Marshall. Iva Hlllyer. 4th place- Mrs. ,I eons and their families InFort Reference

    "I'al' The liirl-s selected were Special icnests attending I Roland Bryan Mrs. James P. Myers. Thou elduqhlel'"lime <

    By: Scuttle 'llmm.is Elnlnte Lovorn. :FharonBrown. 1 this Installation service, were Voe. over from Hallnndale.
    Sii"Hn Bird. Diane Keystone Mayor and :Mrs I CHIIIU'II and they enjoyed a family re-

    Chapman. Botsy Bllsson. Debbie Albert Nelson and Mr.; and Meho.sp Methodist Youth union. Also !not to see their -'
    Jut) t ""l'e.lln': .I 1 ", 'mhlh') IHIM JoAnn Benson,
    KliiK-sbiiry. :Mrs. Koons' son and his fam- Fellowship had a brief business I. son Al who is a teacher in
    Ihelemciitiuy
    both t
    been planned( I lor
    Inklebarwer.:
    and Billy Sue / llv from Tallahassee. meeting lu the educational Immokalec The Hsllcndnle In
    opciiing
    t I urades( and i iiiniorcnioi I I ElaineShinon and Susonunve n charge account at astisre
    Refreshment were iM-vrd bulldlii( Sunday evonhiB. area used to be home to these
    hi"h!! school) ,, this week from the or in situation
    hud l'lenL'e where
    eXP? in the bnnquet hall diirlna', At :S I p. m. they departed folks! until we !not !ucky any > mi
    the SpanishII
    On Wednesday cmient ".sc-hool' year. Debbie the .snclal hour with Help/i for Wesley Community :Meth- enough to have them moved must show you are financially responsible -
    class will til('IIIt. a puppptshow ( ,
    ha had two years! excellence and MarjPieritHchroerfer Gainesville.Main Into midst. Glad they
    In
    Kennedy orll' Church our
    l bank
    ) for eluineiitnry stiidenls. mlduet cheerleader. Kf o< credit i 14 an
    I as a :! In charge of ar- speaker was Cowboy went back just for a visit''
    Dr Frank :31ur; : hl..1.'loU'd -Debbie InklebarRer! invaluable asset.KEYSTONE .
    ( iiuthor II III ad.iress th Reporter rRnllements"KEYSTONE WilliAms. well known youth Summer is getting/ closer! '
    speaker on the subject of We can tell by the Increase' In
    rest ol t the -Indent I I body on
    Friday. I lib t tuple'" Is "U'ntiiu I "Communli-m." A drink and the flow of company Recently! STATE BANKMember
    District ScoutCamporee le".ertI'as provided by the .
    N", About the 1'ii.sl, < we've had Jack's moiln-i. Mr
    > host church. Eunice :Miller of Gainesville\ F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights Ma.
    :Mi I UeiiMin. our' pnnclp.il" I
    HILITESFrom Christian Fellowship Sun and brother, W R.. Miller of
    % I IiI :Mi, ,White1( our iiisMimt- "Your Friendly Bank In Your Friendly
    This WeekendA
    day School Class meeting<< : was Puerto RIco. prior to Billy'sreturn
    iinnclpal.I leI1OII04lI'1911t ( Fnd.i> "
    held Wednesday evening. Devotional to his island bi;' e ;Mi Community.
    nt the tnsliioiihow. ( \
    They entertained the nudi District Scout Camporee at ( Proceeding Page: ) leader. L. W Hardnae. ::!- and Mrs. Ed Gardiner former __i r
    111 be held this weekend Hostesses! : "Mrs Price.
    \ ence \\ Itli "bnrbershop" must: Hlllcrest. |
    the Tyre farm near for details :Mrs. Ross and Mrs. Evans.
    and dressi'd, t the role \\cll
    us "comprised, of troops In the In I the ThIU'llIy'KOI)1I'I1'S: WSCS Study Group\ metTuetida.v
    i I: list t Wl'l'k, I lilt' SpHlll'-ll. i Stllclcnt.s AlBchnn( p'lirlct' piny., fInalists in thi. Dottle
    at the home of Mrs.Albert KEYSTONE
    To My Friends and / '' went on a siuhl-scfiuu: I !Ri-outs'!, from Oalnesvllle. Parks !nine-hole and Vesta Schoeneman to study HEIGHTS-MELROSE[

    1 11 ip4\ > St Aimtistinc! I") nlisrrve I lilt *:' ii Inti: .. SIn I ke.? Melro.se. Alkpn. I 1R hole tournament "The Acts."
    Citizens of Clay CountyI (the" old Sp.uu.-li'; I tiAllf.mis :i- I l Keystone( Hclahts will were iinnounred. Mrs. IJn.'Iscy:
    Next Sunday the! MYF will
    (: The sliiclentI\ I lieHiiiintsh "i.ivune one and one-halfj Walker won over Mrs Mar- 1 BUSINESS DIRECTORY
    : !>. 'aiip .nUl. SD.iinsli 1 '' nile, fmm the ramp ; Ito be- ,1 shall Gallop In II .aldd"I! death leave bv car caravan for Jacksonville -
    to the film.
    I 'would like to announce that I urn a candidate home and th..' Old J',I'' 'ilnnlnu: at 4 p. m Fridny. a lid playoff determined a t 'lie). I llth I sec
    I I' "Orestest Story Ever Told,
    for( County Commission for 1 District) No.: 2. 1\1111,11, lius been,. 1111.1,1\, \' will\ hike" to the tent area." hole for the Parks: trophy Life of Christ." '! ;
    month fr, the Scion. < Clubs RII)1"I'\) 1"lnll the malt will CI11)IIlIlnJthe honors In the APPLIANCES I MELROSE'' HOME KKI'AIK;
    J'WI IIIH-II iind i-i'sirutl i i" I'lay County, attending \- Th.. Si' "MCI."' S i'i'e)' Club tnok ')" Jnhn) Sims of Oal..esville..1I %.. Alken match. M..-... Arthur March 20-25. 7:30: ( p. m. will::1 1- _

    \ Cla.'ount. )' School!, !married; u Florida !;il'l. i..ll'l|<'t Scout executive' The Kt'I"1011" 01'1'11'11: K r be rreek-Campvllle Revival Services for Methodist Orpnac, FEDDER'S Auto Service ":ant I'anelinK

    Emma Smith in IJK'.t':: :. I have !been a taxpayer I L-.II.VS; will be SI'oll'(1) l on hiking: Men' 1'1i two and one Consolation Church ': HEAT PUMPS Need Shelving?

    since reaching the lIe! of 18.I I and spltliiR I I III) camp on Fri \ti Inner was Mrs. flay: SChOOL' : I Richard Jimes. Prop. I Ihiors) :Need-'; Fixinu?
    UNDERSee day.) and seven events\ have! I.lvlnu.ston. who wa.s victorious FOR YEAR 'ROUNDCO.MFORT Former Owner J. L. Motors CALL:
    I urn a menilier of the Methodist' Church of I I I', en .scheduled for Saturday. over :Mrs .1 B. Clw."mJ- Fiuiei-B I services, for Thomas i : I Macclenny I

    Orange Park. A memlier! of the Ajrricultural Stabilisation Including: rope climb knot ty- ton five and four. N. Worley of Johnson were I KEYSTONE

    and ,iConst-rvation Service, (Chiiinoan of 111' compass course mensurmx A low putt contest ',i a'1 held" held Sunday at 2:30: )p m. In CONTAl'T( New General& Repairs Home Repair
    Used
    Thursday 11101'111111'Ith 16 tilt Johnson-Davis Chapel In Parts i
    event' I hclulit and< width
    Hoard of V. S. !lept.) of. Agriculture under Civil REDFEARN'S Standard Oil Products & Improvement ServiceMILRosE
    Palatka.
    :Mr
    (D It| object from dIManc" !I. sl player.s' pal tii'isitIni. In the Worley passed
    Defense, Catllem.ins Association.: pw.tta: tel' of 'UI,lIlu.i. nnd flaupole rnl.xinit./ iii to-i ide 1-11'0111)| :Mrs. I Harold( away Thursday nlsht In a APPLIANCES : I P. O. liox, ; 12

    Cnbul Lodge\ No. I 11 16.< Past Patron of Order of I Points.. tensing from three! to ] Hut ton, was low with 16 putts: Jacksonville' hospital nfter a I Keystone lIei hts. Ma.

    Eastern: Star X.... 45, York lUte Hodies and :Moroc- ti'n./ will be Klven for cacti nnd( Mrs I.lvlnuston ruptured long Illness.] His wife. Mildred, For Free Estimates Phone 17.M7.J5A : : :)

    oco Temple.I II i i vent with finalist* being 18-hole ulnneis with 32 putts. Is a faculty( membei of the Keystone Heights I.'HENDERSON'S' ienerul, Contnictor !4i'C, ...

    I wauled I ribbons prior to the Three" KI'V"0I1p'cllnen! MebroseSchool). Hall/InK In Hie SM.M.I.:
    I \\ employed) ) (for "Kix' : by t the} Florida 17:1-12: ;):! Service Center
    years 4 p m. Snturdny breakup I :arolfprs took In the Patty Berg' A supper 'Uoss : .JohN l for t the iVnvenlenret

    State t Itacinjf Commission as! Chief Inspector.: After The Scouts( will .10! their I I I gut I II lii exhibition" jtt IrnnwoodI was held In Paatka.! N1.lht"l T V Service Center I Standard Oil Products >t the HoiiiiMiwner.Serving .

    working with the Florida Highway Patrol for wn ,cookina) bv patrols and I I ("nlllll)')! Club In Onlnesvllle :day nlttht.! nt the Mosleynrhool. ,I ROAD srilVICK Clay and

    t two( years.: I i resigned to go into business, for myself I'l be scored arcordlnuly.,! I J JIjist I last week They were Mrs. Al Melrnsc, lunch room I'I Authorized". R. THIKS, :! Proprietor Johnson Outboard Bradford ('ountie-

    being engaged I in farming cattle and, t timberland. t year's event drew' over VV.ilMin.. :Mis( F P.VI'hhl, manager. :Mrs. Komer and her Sales Motorola\and Service- Pttllco Sales & Service _ _ _ _

    At t t the present: I 111m pulpwood\ broker. :!00 Scouts from 20 troons. a pin Mis: Siitton( co-workers attended. The turkey Senrlee On Al] Mak. i I Fishing/ Tackle Hunting
    number which Is expected! to I I.'s Stpphensou'H I team of( dinner served buffet nyle. XV ft.\010 !STEREo I EjiIlpineflt-Roafq..TraIlr: | NURSERY

    I If elected 1 will not be dictated\ by any person' or) (111' exceeded, thl.s year. II hull"liii came in second In a Football practice started I COLOR TV I FUEL OII.-KEItOSEND

    special interest\ groups,( ) and will always! vote (on III.ta.I : ; ltr.l>l-'i\KN: Jr. tourney at M.ivport last Fril Monday nt :Melo.> High For Work! GJal'8nu-ed--TV: Rentals. Intersection Hwy 21-100 O.C.Carnes Nursery

    every issue on the basi i of what I think i is" right.! NEWS NOTES Your Gulf LifeRi'prcscufaire ; itricixiPARTV{ : :Monday. Wdne.sday and i Miles SK of Stark,

    I grateful for the old friend alonewith fly llrli-n IgiiilotIt'IT :! A .surprise! blrthd.iy: Ijartywas Friday after( school. AUTO REPAIR: USED CARS Nursery Stock Thou,.-
    am many
    __________________________I
    / / / \ given for Mrs Ida Gen ands of PlfLnU I ft Fruit
    Last .
    ask the
    arid
    the new ones ( ; support) of ever.citizen .\ (' CIICKC'tl ThuiNday nl-iht the I -
    I ii I V. who() win celebrate her | Goetzman Bros. Tr.e* to chooMi from. Nice
    Melrow
    in If elected I men lost their
    Clay County. pledge to cooperate / basketball Hanks Used Cars
    The Community ChurchWomen linth Shade Trees, vergreena:
    Ask him how one Gulf life biilhdav I on April 7lh. by name to Providence.
    with t the other Hoard .Members Melrose GarageREPAIR
    : County insurance policy wilh Adapt-A- will hold a joint! covrred tinKi'.v.itone llomeninkers Women & Landscape Plants. All In
    Officials! and( county employees.) Plon can protect' your home dish luncheon meeting i ion ("I ub. at their resular meeting to Fort Ml'CoVe lost their !same I WORK and 3-T Shop containers. --- plant any-
    !provide family income. addncome Monday March 21. In the'' hope: them MOTOR BODY PAINTING time. Camclllaa ft azalea
    I Sell
    Wednesday in Bur Trade
    at 9:30: a. m. better this -
    Thursday .. .
    ta your retirement nlsht ; t ct \us do yOU'1Ns"Bpi"! ,
    Elbert D. Saunders I fund, or help send your children I'dlll'atlonni I I building s / 12 Mu-, Clay)! Co-Op meetlive. loom when they play Palatka.HOY I j PORTABLE WiELDIN'Qi Hlway 100. 8 ml. South I'hoim. 6R4-S6B5:
    to college.rimim noon Circle rhnitmen will :Mrs Gentry Is one of the or- NC'OI IT I i' Alao Lawn !MnwerOutbonxi of Starke
    -1-rve as hostesses.( The exriullve luinal Motor -
    nienilM'i-i of
    '' i 17:1:< moi : committee of the | lit ;\IUTISOThe : \ the II'OIiP.C'I Roy Adams! the new Scoutmaster I' Hwy 21 Keystone Heights WE HAVE GOOD !I''KSTOIU( ;); :
    i 11\ 1 ii.s.-; for
    i I'd. ljnl. Adv i l\l'. ".1,liilli. llil::1 llls,. I Ii.REELECT .. fluncli Women' will meet at :Marrri luncneou meetIny rose Is plannina Troop to 109 take in : Next to Drive-In Theatre Used Cars and Trucks
    I 9:30: a. m. on March IH.:! The Phone 473-310 THE BLUE PINES
    (of the Kr1'stoneVOn1l1n'." troop to C"limp \lel.I' At Saving PricesWe'll .
    :Mi Clul) dinner Krhockotee Niles A Sun. 473-3183
    i n s ) will be held I
    Club I Is Mated Get It For You
    -I Ile .aml' evening for Thursday at summer camp one week Package Store &
    I 12fl: : ni. A muMciil If We Don have It
    p
    pro- summer :Mr Adams
    attended Auto Sales & ServiceAuthorized COCKTAIL :
    IIOMI'MAKMIS:: : Cl.rilTin I "!1'(11)of\ I.OUNfiKOpen
    Stephen !P'ostcr ogs; the Traln-O-Ree at Camp I
    I !Hnmenmkers Club! will ill be presented undethe Echocktee. March' 12-13. Dealer I For Vernon Buff Garage 9 A.M.-12 P. M. Except

    hold n "slnw-makinK) party" nt direction f of Mrs. Oeor.-e La- PERSONALS Chrysler Plymouth Vallent ""'Y. 100 Keystone lifts. Sunday

    1 i 9 ii m Thlll'sdny.(1I1''h: :24. It I UP I Mr. and :Mrs Bert Chipplnl Simca International Harvester 473- 4370 Dance Every Saturday Night;
    ai tilt, Salvation Army Camp 1"11I'U11 i ( SEWS 'and two of the Trucks. Scout 4-Wheel Music( of Connie and
    younser; chlldien _ _ _ _
    0. J.J Murrl.ee Sr. ill Bedford Iiiki This l.s The
    : Clay KT WllLIAM'H: On left Tuesday for Bow-; Drive.Clayton UIFr1101'; :\ Fireballs
    "l'"i'-tii: it( annual I meethu day. '1'hll"d.ITill"" Rev. Pither I E. niMi-i.- Oa. and a vt.It'Ith his RevelsChryslerPlymouth 4 MILKS EAST OF

    _. Tni' ;several clubs of Clay Louis Lawlcr. C. M. will open relatives. They also went ono i KEYSTONE KEVSTONK: IIEKJHT C

    I rciunly,, have helped prepare'i !hp Pa I'I Mission: and NY\ >- ; Nashville. Tenn. nnd the I ,

    I ilHw for the dinner slid venn' .service t nt 7 p. m. which Grand Ole Opery. I I INC."NOBODY BEAUTY SHOP LAKE LOTS

    COUNTY COMMISSIONER < lu, 'final fixings" ii lll be the< will. "continue throl1 Monday.] ( ; Miss Donne Meechan ac- '' UNDERSELLS' : Edith .folinsttn. Owner Lake Geneva $3300;:; TermS>
    wi-k of the local club :Mrs. Much. 21 companted) by filends ilstted'Tioy CLAYTON REVELS" Personal Lake Brooklyn $3500 Termsl I

    1 1Ii1111111 Rochl t is president.uid On Sunday.\ :March W. there :McOuli-e in Fort Ben-i 1050 :N:. Orange & Creative Trailer Lots S50O; up (Terms, )

    DISTRICT 4 : :Mis J. D. Payton. county will l hI' n I (di!t'I"! > ale Members 'are asked services, will consist! of Novena' Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hoi- SKKVICB:

    I I 10 bi. nit: large kettles and dishans I prnvers. sermon" and Bonedlr- den all.-! (family has tone for< SPRING MOTORS ImlKiilunl" Beauty Cnre .\.I..I'ltl'.1I' :
    > \ to mix the !slaw.rutsovM.s thin rnr.fpM.sinns\ "m1') held a week's stay In Tennessee Every Form of Branty Culture Mrs. ;M. Iljfen. 473-4818
    I alter, Mr.( and Mrs. I Complete Service &: Parts Foi, Capt. R..
    Keystone Heights Kingsley I I seivln-s pnch t'\'I'1tnjt. I Call Cox Open Tuea.-Sat. 9.:>; Lovorn. 473-4132:
    :Mr* Fay OLson. who has Mnndny evening Lenten Devotions spent) last weekend In Salt : VOLKSWAOEN"It Closed) Monday S.E.McKay::>> RealtorKETSTONE
    It's For ,
    oeen a patient In Bradford1j I will be held :>t 7:30p 7 : Sprtnits ,'I ltllllI with friends j A Volkswagen Keystone Height/ 473-4883

    Lake, McRae, Belmore, j Hospital for the past I m. piecerlert( by high Thool and relatives.Mis. I Always We Have It" _ Phone 473-4818 HEIGHTS
    wo uveks., li expected to ttt..ti tiefion class at 6:30.:: OUI Whttton of lingo Plenty of Good Used -

    County at Large I ,111 l tt her hom In I.a 1'1'-1 Mass will be held :.i.-; usual spent last weekend '. Isltina I Volkswagens In Stockfirem Electrical Sales & ServiceYeoman's ,

    SI Geneva\ soon. A niece from I on Tuesday morning< nt 7:4.iThe : : with her sister Mrs C. A.I. Cove Sorln .. 284-920W! tKST.MJRANTSBeidler's "

    I Wisconsin arrived last Thurs- Altar Society will meet Ford.Mr. AITTO SKHVICEKING'S
    I a> to be with her during In the pn.stor'n study on Mon-. and Mrj. F. shnI! A' ,- Electrical Holiday
    JJAI'TIST. 1'1.1IOO; :\* ( ) I:. WILL APPKKCIATi' ( ; YOt( I H: \'( rnXU! I) it'i-c" 'convalescence.. ilu.v. March( 21. at 10I./ m. hcie (for the weekend.\ Restaurant

    SUPPOKT IN: THE t'OMINC( : (: I1K.MOCKAT1C(;:\ IMUMAKY.: I'lKST: IN: At this WI Itillg: ;\11''a. Walter The St. Augustine i')>aner.v Pat and Dolly Ann QrLs.son Sales & ServiceFrigid

    EXPKUIKXCE.; : PROVEN I INTKCKITY( .. CAPAIII.E; Ounnoody of Lake Geneva In will meet In Jnck.sonvltle on has been transferred to Coral Service Statton. Cndrr New Ownershipnil. .

    HEI.IAIil.KEFFICIENT.[; : expected, to enter the Unlversitv Wed.. :March 23. starting. with Clnblea They stopped by for rSED CARS :\T :*Ire'. Appliances 'Ine Foodlod..ratllv l .: P.ARKDRH Priced
    :MMIcul, : Center for bone M.ss at the ('1'III'c'l1.r. the, the weekend, and visited with HARfiAIN PRICES! :\rn.vtng WashersZenith OPRN: 7
    I HAYS WKEKLT
    O. J. MURRHEE SR. "I'lvifMni: on the fractuiert! hip Resurrection' on JlhtlnlROAd Mr atvl: :\.TI s Rtinnon Kellv Special. This Week and,) Mntorol.1 TVHe.itfj.s .'..111 Dinners r.'. "hM _

    which she suffered nearly II In Arlington and: proreedinji: Donald and Trudv Cheese-, i 111:11'CAIJILLAI: !: Stegler .-\1,. C'.tfl"lI"n "'nn"
    year! ni a I Reservations spent 1159: BKLAIR CHEV.: P. O. Box lUfl 1\1..1,1' I Z 7.-\ PIESHFKK !
    car in SlIuke.I should be weekend with )her, Mr
    I Paul utlvertlaenient mild I patents 1957 CHEVROLKT :
    political, p. ld lui by (.). J. Miniluu'' Si I i
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    I Mrs. Thomas Norwood who with Mi.s' llaiold Mutuiii Mti and Mrs.' Howard Morris., ;MKI.ItOSF.>> : 47V> IS1 I P111,11... I7.V'!:.17I 1 Block Nnrth of Keil I.l rht
    .l entered Jacksonville hospital Friends of Mrs. Ray T. Bert! |I. I l 1'Y-I'rO'oIf1! : < IIKIOIITSJP.UI' :





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    MAR IT, 198(1( BRADFORTJ' COCTVTT TEtJSGllAPH. 8TARKK.!: FLORIDA _PAOP: ::_:THHtTEENHow : :
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    To ': sum and the mutter !Iuuw lelvChnfeU. ft Dcmone. fj-1' iii,:: "I1P-tllil i inn IKillid dun HllnllT"1 : : itt tnk On'' :
    Dispose III tin- court( tin)! duesun, ; : riuoi The Set rant ot ManChofrt' r 4 J. M. Rosier r hive, "imots, 'hull| iesfid 'three ''on ,, Kenneth, ,lid
    I The Lost' Day i the/ :/' h N V NEWS And NOTES i a. : ni luiiml, s.ilt .md)( pt-pp'-i i /prim' .I- both of Snnto
    Of f $479.05, Library Books I luinirtuoui I !I \ and controversial) rH Services Held in H Mtin"i't"iu Add e'\i\ !->. ind, VVllijiii r.iinci. I of Miami ,
    blind "I'nlly 'to avoid breaklnu two dau hlel'o;. Mrs Alvin
    story of the final ot Homemakers
    I days For Today's
    Long Wonders Now Available: World War II in Europe I I bj At Hcilbronn j up e'-:: ..
    bubbling hoi Arthur Wilbur f Cortez,
    Joint Toland. Ily Martha: Sue McCain
    The lollowlim( books ,me COlD ; a brother. Everett Ren-
    acrviover! ''OU.Gu'n.sh\
    Bradford County Tax A''OSni iMiddlelonl! POle: :
    Lon has .05i now available at the Starke I J :M I County Extension with biu('on. Serves 6. About ; roe of Tampa : and Into sisters -
    Ocne : :\ $479! SENIOR .<:' et:. d fat mrl' and { met ,
    Public Library: Home )Kconomicrt: Agent 220 calorics Mrs flagon/: Puce and
    "
    i .ml he doesn't know what tone Bi, .ulKn both ol
    FICTION CITIZENSSenior good .specialists ol the U ii, Mrs Mildred Wilkes
    with. .
    larch
    p,, died Wednesday. : IMa..... _._
    The) Fmbesrzler- Louis Au- I Department ol Agriculture. Fort Myers
    The sum represents $500 Gainesville nursiim i
    I chiiiclos- That Allen Citizens dressed In 1O n tin : I IIlrni i
    posted by Ardell Crosby I less : Summer > ruler art'r' an Illness 01 set u FI: G I f T-tt'.t'r C 11IIt,: S more pleasant r for t'\Il'l'yunl' Funeral services were heldat
    I Orury: The Be ll1l1el'M- colorful costumes celebiated WCI.tht-WRlch-1 ;: ::'\ IU..f'1: 3:30: p m. Saturday in New
    n vertLslna: costs! I wh'n he I ei ) months I It vou are a : : Services Held
    DAn Jacobson:: The Comedians St., Patitcks night with Irish i River Cemetery with BrannonFuncial
    put up for public auction at Mi\ Uo-iei( was born Dec cr U S Department of Agriculture Olalld\( onf-half cups car
    -- Graham Greene; Most\ .songs, dances and musk For Mrs. Turner j Home of Lake Butler
    $:\ 000 property that Lon! had I 10(I 1883/ / near Rulford.! which I I11' nutritionists advise rotsliced; : one-half cup water -
    for The Toff--J. J. Creasey: It 'was" good to ace Mary cauliflower ten and one-half'' In chase: of arrangements
    Blessed at 6550. I \\ then a part of Bl'adlol'cICOlillty. nlbbllim\ on celery one At New River '
    Dlshop in the ccietarvs i-lialt :
    The Strode VeI1LUI'cl'Ham- :
    The propel ty I a warehouse : and lia.l: lived on: his 1 1fRrm (carrot sticks I *, sliced cucumbers ounce citn (cream of celery 'I ,
    Innek The Last Ga< le after returning from Ohio
    mond :: ( -
    !! I was purchased by J. west of Law'ley.since I i zucchini or other soup condensed: one-halt :Mrs Phli Rcnfrop Ttirnei.
    E Hardy for $5.000 at 'the sale Mannix: Sir George And SII'IOhlcl where she was called by the 1919.!) It" was the SOil of the summer squash rather than teaspoon bait, one-clKhth! teaspoon 70. died Wednesday, March 9 TIIK nilillT POINT' for the
    on Sept. 8. but the transaction!! :\ \ J. B. Preistly: No death' of her father. I I Mfp William and Mary Etta He her Ud'l.>ld. Dip the raw ) pepper: 6 cans[ !!, haicl- in King :Memorial Hospital A''|, uity you write. C'nmn In andsilist -
    fell through! wh-n) : Crosby was God In SaguaroLewis B. Betty Rccust of WPXE visited Donald KoretzIs Rosier. vegetables: In salt seasoned cooked cut into eights: Ii llfeloim resident( of Brnciford your ill urfie KSTFRItliOOK : ': -
    unable to deliver/ clear title Patten A Second Chance the club and told of a Surviving\ are his!! widow\ ', with herbs. Calories( are few. slices toast, :3 i slices bacon : and Union Counties, she had fi.iir.lahi, : pen. TKLKilCAIMI. "- .
    Vlnn Smith Senior Citizens Club in Clear-1 ( .
    bemuse of encroachment on Promoted I :\11'". Alice Rosier: five daughters SfPERMAKKKT: : (ookeU. crumbled: i H.en in Lake Butler fOI'3\
    :NON-FICTION. : uutcr! who have formed a '
    I milroad rightofway.Arcordlnu five In Washington ,, Mrs. Doris Norman. SHOPPING/ Cook carrots In water until years' !
    POI'II'RlAdlai! E. Stevenson cycling group and ride
    to the law. ns miles Senior Citizens Starke: Mis. Delore.s: Carml- I When you go to the supermarket Under: Drain en nets' ic>et't SuiMvhu' : arc.. her h'lsbund'
    Seven Heroes Saul every day
    I.onii interprets It. the $500'' ; Is broadcast c'el'YSmlday The U S. Air Force has an- chisel Jacksonville: MIS Ruby I I do you shop to liLt the
    news
    bond) Is now forfeit. but the i Braun: The :Missile nounrrd the promotion of Gaynoe Ocala) ; Mrs Arlene I most for your\ time and money" -
    Elip Abel : Games moiniiiK ut 8:30.: I II
    o' estlon I icmnins: forfeited to crlsIS.-\\ Donald Koictz to the rank of Uhl. Orlando: and Mrs ]Arena I
    I :Mrs. Isobcl Firth Is still
    Beine. M
    Play- Eric\( : )I II
    horn? Ala. For Instance 1 do you shop
    House: Divided--Paud I \ awaiting hospltalUatlon We Ma tOI'. effwtlvr February' 20 Cutcllffe. Anniston : afoster I
    In the meantime. Hnr-v! has man: Alcoholism And Soc-j hope it won't be long until her MaJ. Koreu is currently as- lion James. Ix>e Ijiwtev: during the! slow hoursusual!\ -
    entered claim for half of the operation is completed and stalled to All Force Headquarters and II half- lslel'. Mrs F.vrlPim ly Puling roomings[ and earlynftiinonnsV ;

    i she will be with us attain at the Pentagon; Washington Blackburn Fort Lauderdale! I !
    r I Ii Get veil cards were sent to D C.. and) serves as Funeral .services weir( held Ho you write down your
    i :Jlr and Mis! Joe Werrei of Range Officer for the Deputy at 2:30: ( p. m. Friday In the ;I nuiikrlln' ( list -and irmrmbcii I
    Mellow and to Mrs W E. Chief!" of Staff for Research Ilellbronn Baptist Chii'ch. of I i take the list with you/ a DO YOU

    Or( i tic of Long' Island! N. Y.. and Dexelopiwnt. Prior to which he was n member fte'rl'oy \'. I.l.st and shop for meat t tI

    ;'''t Ta; ", '. tIl'epol.tel"s\ mother-in-law this alignment, ho attendedthe Johnson pastor ot the I: first since some of your\ oth- KNOW WHERE
    re who said Its the nicest thing! University/ of Connecticut.vhpre church officiated' ,, ct purchases may depend on
    14 I round, imagine," < he received a Mastersof Interment was In Ev"creen, ; your choice\ of meat
    Business Administration Cemetery under direction\ of Watrh for In-I New members!! nee Irene! I t\ -IT"
    Shrinei of rrnsacola nn" 11111 iirnrhuitrd: with highest: VVllhon Funeral Home Lake hits In fresh fruits mid VI'.Ie.lablel. [ -

    t 'I Many) Allen of Starke whose honor in his field City. ,. Buy wh.it's plentiful ;
    : husband Is In the Stake Mal: I Korcti resides with Active\ pallbriiiTrs!! terry J J I nt a savings! Instead or r \vhat'1.I :.
    t '- i Nursing Homo Ills\ wife the former! Dolores C Simmons! R. I Ii t Frti.h.,,I just\ t comlim In at n piemlum ?
    R / McKnUhl of stnrkc, In Oxon Freeman Crosby. Cecil Crowford. I '
    I bout forget Senior citl/.u-ns, Consider: how much you ate
    65 years and over-! -"time Is Hill. Md. 1//,' is the son-in- W. It. CHecn. and l WI'. i I paying por ounce for a small

    I .1101 t.. You must .slK-i 1 vouii law of Mm\ Arlln McKninght: Luke. pnckano.\ If the larger/ sl/ If
    4 r vw i Medicale card in ord-r to I,.nf Rlmke' I cheaper It Is a /good| buy only
    v i ,t I pit: Oripate! In hospitalization: I If you use I ho larger mount .I ,

    \ I, piORram) which begins July 1. Diversion Programs Have Builtin ; If some will be waited consider "IT" being anything from a piece of jew-

    1 1966. If you neglect this duty I the smaller sl/e. elry to an important business paper or a
    to yourself you will not be I Read the labels Most labels
    Insurance Covering Disasters II receipt that need for documenting
    1 I able to register aaaln for two contain much helpful Information you

    are so of our most successful more years. The reporter made I such as weight size certain income tax deductions things
    Why many Inquiries at the Bradford brand trade, number of
    [Farmers taking purt In thO|I er flies a special applicntion 01 that you could put your hands right on if
    sales representatives in ;smaller towns? County Hospital and Starke HIBtt feed grain diversion at the ASCS county office. and servings, price and Ingredients -
    with all safeguarded in one convenient
    net acquainted they were
    Nursing Home and vas! assured / program have built In Insurance it ran be determined I thiit t lli- .

    Va hove di-xuxcrrd' that a ier>ifB of Oinlemit 1 dignified, respected profession that all preparations have against' natural disaster ulster conditions prevented, different grades and qualities.:! places A SAFE DEPOSIT BOX herai.
    lo J p<*u|>lii in. all walks of life iBot been made. nccoicling: to Lenten Morgan planting of part or All of Compare food prices In relation -
    I
    readily. available in many smaller OIOWIM. No capital investment re I Lillie Johnson won the door JI'. Hum, man, AffrlculturnlSt.ibiliziitinn avjcafre Intended, for, "rro-I to number of servings:
    So we now invite you to inveeiquired prize" and Joe KenUnn the unit, ConsetviitlonCuiinly I tion under the mljUHtment Boneless meat for example Rent a safe deposit box hue HOWl
    (.ttf the opportunity' of providing this Qervice Experience not necessary: quiz prl/e. Ciiminlttrc. KrnniM.' However the ,uirciiRewould Hives about double the number -
    in a profitable new career with we tram you Our! next niretlnz nt 7SO:: p. The Chnli'mun explained not' qunllfy for the dinHMter of servings that bone-In
    .... United D You make your own hours: )I
    A national Hmlnbiilor' of the
    travel I m on March 2Mill be a that lust year when flood, benefits\ If It wits, HiibMe- meat does, and may he it
    Fund. I... ., group of mutual funds, we no
    mn one of the 'fa".I'growing {firms in n Choice opportunities White Elephant Auction Sale. (irough. nail other such nuturnl IIqllently devoted to any In. 'thriftier buy even though[ con-
    the inve.!ment industry. Our assets. top for men and women Bilnour, I n packages! !! anl bun- $2oooooooo< No forced retirement I ales and well' have a Hood fnrmeiN from. tarrying out vestin J JHfi pound FLORIDAAT
    DIf Company benefits (in- time. I Ilipir SlKnoil-iip program, intentions The price-siippiii. pnyments Keep your evi's open for
    you can mrct. our qualifications, we eluding group insurance -Joe Kerrlsan' special legislation I : available tinder thin. program" : : foods JOU'VP' never tiled Be-
    think, we ran offer you ">arlly whatyou're major medical and profit.
    \MIH ciiiutL'cl, to enublc 1"11 lil'l- :, provision( \vonld be Ili{ured I fIll) ,' ins expcilmental' keeps menus
    looking for You'll be performing sharing) .
    a highly! Tfipeited. msrvice. with the opportunity I 1 Tax Collections plintH to qii.ilitv fur the pio- :i the projected yield of the, implanted I out of n rut nod HdJs' Interestto A-T STARKEOn t .
    ol lifetime, lalJpll\ 'm"nls. sod] thus meatthe ,, ",'1'f'8. Ord Inn illy, I the cooking and eating
    developing a rewarding
    career. Uaddi-ll'liccil' ( v / ) ( I I INC. I I Termed Good emergency of !!thin experience sltnntlon. simIlar Because -- payments 1 are yield CDinpulcil\ of the on"acre-theprojected Consider you your with neighbor only a few behind of 31 Bank of the Florida National Group

    I Despite higher levies under provisions were includedIn \ liRe planted for harvest." l
    items In her cart. A smile anda
    :'fIns.\I..; UI..TItIlU'TOItJ'JAl"K the lust value law." 80 per the omnibus Food and Aftrleulttire ThlH ln urunce feature of courteous( go-ahead take so,I Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

    A. \VK'KKKS: DIv. Mur.Uoulevard cent of Bradford .County's Art. or IMS.! : enacted,,: l the )p'rogram nnnuren the pro- little time and make shoppiiui I''
    'enter Office' 19115 tax roll hag already been ,
    Complex List November' I gram particlpiint that lie will i I _
    I 11I!) I9!> leach! : ay ltd. I K;ogeruma: 2--- paid accordins to Tax Col- Therefore farmers who signup have some imome from acreage .
    Suits (C;, 'B&C. Jacksonville. Kla. lertot J. R Kelly. to take purl In I the /inii! I ( he Intend using/ for pto
    The deadline for payment I fend gruln pKiKi'iiin may :till illation even though, lie rosy
    Tel): :39.S-BI51() ;) Phone for Appt.
    of taxes U April 1. when they I qualify\ for ford" jcrniii prircsuppiirt hp ovei,'taken by natural dlniiMtcr HEAR. '
    OVER 300 OFFICES COAST TO COAST become delinquent. If unpaid, pavmi'iitH If the farm I I v- rI
    and subject to a penalty I I I Y J

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    ;" Full Participation Urged
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    The individual, fnrniiTH' rc- !H..dllcml HiipplloH Mini strong! r
    r
    t, 'r HnHe! to the, diversion pro" grain! and! llventtii! !pi,'If'e"! may 'II I I tb1 Fps sI

    :*. gram for feud l firming/ in important tend to cause Home pioelucem I '
    J. ; both to tho public: uiterNt to look away from purtlcip.t-' I
    and to the future, of tim, in the program. II I II 1
    purring Secret.iry! ; of AKricul- "We still nave a HIIIplus' ot''I I { ?;.+rA. qI ,

    r tote. Orville 1 Ficenuin. stated feed, grains. Cnrryover storks .

    recently( He emphasized" the are not expv'ted to bit 1 any I COLLINS
    d need lo continua to cut feed lower when harvest begins II
    JI grain'( stocks utter years. of next fall than they were a I

    r 's buildup. year ago. We need u good
    vt
    [Km this reiiMon he aged signup In the IBOtt feed, grain; .
    rw -- maximum participation in the program to get feed l grain i
    feud grain ptOKrum. "In feed stocks. out of the surplus: category -
    grain the programs" nince KMiO/ ) for the first llm !In

    have teduneii carryover levels.. I nearly 15 years" Secretary _
    ff i7. iti. from a locord. SS: million tons Fii'emiin alU. PREACHING IN __
    &: 1 to r 5: million lorm luttt fall. Emery I.. Wllllami, chair
    This in still nbout 10 million Olin, Agilcultilntl SUblllzalion -
    tons mule than we need for and Coiuervatlan State

    c T rr ''lln .ideiii.iti. | reserve," the Committee. rnmtmta farmers
    ; Kei'lul.trv; i nitloned., "Tho mirreHH that the Hijjniip; fur I the 1D04
    Df I the recd grain pro feed grain program Is now under I I
    gram thus fir him contributed way at ASCH County: OfIlics. REVIVALMARCH

    I t III I I could threaten!' to reduce the April 1. '

    I rffertlvem'MH tif the prc>/rllm. l


    s t ti Farmers Given Longer Time 21-27


    i To Make Decision On Prices

    !i: : I 10:00: A.M. 7:30: P.M.

    ._,,,: - keep an rye wi! the market so to make Judgements! on the
    that they will be. In position I disposition,; of their crops:
    You'll just love to' (jet the best possible re- Diirlim pilotyratn' there
    'Isms hem the crops under was In some Instances a pncr

    lamelcss electric water heating pi'h' e-suppol t. loatW(, Emery I of se-.etal I months between, First ChurchSTARKE
    Wl.'lmms.: !! chairman A'!ricultural final! availability date for Baptist
    .Stiibllizaifon and Conservation -J loans and the loan maturity[

    State Coumilttee dates. Now, however producer -
    A dependable: electric water heater Electric water heaters cost leas, said this week of price-supported fommo-'

    lets you enjoy plenty of hot water and are now even cheaper to The> chairman pointed put! lilies will\ be. able to secure

    instantly, 21 1 hour a day.No flame use, because 10 rate cuts in 10 years that a farmer has the oppor-I price. support co'-erase

    no fumes. Requires no flue or vent. have reduced the average price paid tunity to redeem hU crops through loans or purchases: on FLA.
    from Government rommodlty ellalhl] quantities at any tlmbetween
    Tucks away anywhere.Clean,silent :per residential kilowatt-hour 31%. loans at any time prior to m.ituilty harvest nnd about one

    end safe aa a light bulb for See your electric appliance dealer by pavliv/ of( the loan month before the loan matur-

    priceless peace of mind. plumbing or electrical contractor plus!! Interest By keeping trackof ity date. NURSERY OPEN :
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    t the' market redeeming his Maturity dates for the dlf-
    crop and vlllru it when lerent crops grown In Florida
    prices :toe mo--t favorable and are! February 28 for wheat

    .=[] above the yipport.. price thefarmer | and oats. ; May' :31 for honey W. A. Hogan Pastor William George Singer
    i'j will \tx able tq take ad- and peanuts, and July 31 for ,
    vantage of the. higher, piite'; | coin and soj beans. Finn)

    Under, u new system In effect pates for tlllna" applications

    final I dates for fllliw pi ice-1, oiops ale approximately> / 30 Everyone
    FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY I support applications and loan I Imattultv days prior to the particular

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    I.I .,u ,A,! 1'l"I liln, At..In i.f I'Mllll I. 4
    w' r.glMtI'.'. wlili" ) the fleck 1 .or \\2:5 WHY SETTLE FOR LESS .
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    II" l'lr i HIT I i"tinlI"1nrtf1ii' (I'"urt." .In and. nMin|r"r1iIU,1 : .

    ,1. ..|Ipt| I llf pllMlf, 1 (If pliblielit lull
    ,it .thN ,url.e, the. ,fli"lltloltKnmiu lT Sou,, Pur Ta Go Faw Good
    > 'if, Kc ntoneVnmt IT"- FROM OUR BAKERY CRACKIN' GOOD VALUES % llT3 Ertl
    dn tM. unilpr wlitih 1 am n fravnl -
    In liimltiH[ at Ht. 21 South,
    1-LB. LOAF DIXIE DARLING
    QUArTriTY RIGHTS RESERVED
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    Ki>yiti niHiMirht Florida .
    Plus 25 Fret StampsRAISIN 13Y2-or. Royal Choc. CRACKIN' GOOD
    RII>' J. Adunm. P. O. HIIX 12, c PRICES GOOD THRU MARCH 19TH
    Ki'vuti" ..nu HelKhm, Flotilla' Role. BREAD 29" GRAHAMS e e e 39' 9VINN' >Dlxm TOMB., INt.I --OD.rRIaNTbN

    uu)Out tier 1.,1 l thin nth ary A. t>. ruin at Sun,'He, Hruilfi Plus 25 fret Stamps Plus 25 Free. StampsCHIPPER .ram
    .id (County, 1'11111111., HARD ROLLS 25" ASS'T. 49
    .'.24 4t VI7 .
    _- ALL GRINDS RICH COFFEE FLAVOR!

    :\O"'U'.1 1''NI>FI: FH'lirNH'M
    \ V>.IH. I.\\\
    NOTtcr: : is I IIIUIHY I l: : nivrxtliat I :
    I t the uniii...1 tjrn-il. il. 1 ti. fngngf!! In ItiiHlnrMK underthe GIANT REGULAR 59 BLUE
    ' ri.tliiiii t? name' iif J'AV'IUY: BOX DETERGENT OR ; a
    FHIhl4/:. In the, "',,"nty .nffi Itrnd-,
    rd IntemlH In "leiflmei" xulilth
    name with the Clerk 'IIr <- :
    rir.ult ('''''HI "f Hrmlfi.nl, "I'luin- White Arrow 91 REG. 79'
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    FO!>I'I'VAIK STORKS.. INCa :: "
    PfMinflVlvunla. ..orVnl'Rl Inn i SAVE 20* /
    7000 N W. 12ml A\enueMiami. 59
    : Florida. 3114"AronnTltx 51
    Geld Aronovlta oil k /llaver- LB. TIN

    Attorn\'. for ReKlmmnt
    1117 City :National-: Bank Bldg2S
    :: \\..t FlunUr !Street
    ;Miami Florida 11110:
    2 H 41 1 117


    l> COINTI .11 I.IM: ('01 it iIN \ -I-- __ I REGULAR 55* PINE MOUNTAIN Is* 1
    AMI KIH lilt\IIIItlili
    IOI >T1, H.OilII) \ Syrup 5UJA 9
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    EDDIE THOMPK1NS. t.0'fll'l: OK" FII.IM. I'KTITION:
    FOR FIN' 41. ll...' II %II.KUK REGULAR 2/49 GREEN GIANT '303 CAN
    Attll\W'l'Rttltlt" I ; '
    Not k.e 'i" hereby given that
    ] have filed inv fiinil' I ,'..LII'n, Sweet Peas 19,
    an uilinlnliitrntrlx, lOr the nntutt'
    <.! Eddie: Thnmpkln. dcieimedthat .
    I HUMfiled inv petition
    for dlHtrlliutlon mid, ,rnr rinul REGULAR 55< 24-ot VAN CAMPS
    ill,,ihurKianil' I Hint <..nIar"'II, t tS
    21, llitill 1 will apply| | tu .111*' PINEBREEZE GR.uAu FLA.
    Honorable Tht.n>n A. Yawn. B eel Stew 39i
    County Jiiilirp,, of ItrndhoNlCounty 1 I MEDIUM ALL WHITE .
    Fl'.rlda. fur uppuiMilnf \ I
    Mild. final rittirna and fur
    .Bn i order "f dlnti'Iliiillim and. F RES H REG. 491 GAL PLASTIC CONTAINER BLEACHArrow
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    for final (llwhniio. a adnilniHtratrlx
    "f theHtnie nf IlildleThiimpklnn : .
    dwwiiBeil' n te 39i
    February 1 IM. I 1'mit'! \ .
    Ill nilNiSTIN12: TtHiMl'ICISS'

    THOMAS & IMERCIJ AilmlnlHtratrlx" 1 1Attorn.ye EGGS: REGULAR 27< 2-ROLL PK, WHITE OR COLORED
    lit l.uw
    p O. Prnwer 1IMO:
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    stark.Flnrld g/24 4t S/17 -i Weve Tissue 19*



    lTIIK('O'II'I"'U''. 1'1)1 iiuxri\'I'1', FOR' ri.illlllt Jiitf.il"nit tl)t-. ,--',.., --"-'..... .- -***-tr---- --_. _._'.._.......".".,-,'_-, .. .. r---------------, v $ REGULAR 3S+ JUMBO SCOTT WHITE COLORED DECORATED
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    P.H1'ATB lV 1'110111'OF: .::. Household Brand Cutlery or Kitchen Tools i Frea 100 Stamps ;i J' Paper Towels 25 ?

    ;NEWTOVd: THon'J.1n! : with coupon from Dozen .
    eeeaaedO'1'l'l I" I paper and one pkg.
    ('IU'U'I'OIiOC: BUY ONE GET ONE
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    All predltorn of the eatatn tifNnWTOV ; All Beef Knockwurst ; REGULAR 45f 3-LB. DIXIE DARLING EXTRA

    : are: hereby T/lOItSl.A-1P./ notifli-d: Itnlre'lulr..c1 d.ceaaed ..- I '. :. or land Tarnow'i Franks. Rhino-i: L e

    In fllf nni i lalniH in.. ABSOLUTELY FREE! Fancy Rice 39x

    demands nal which
    flee Bradford of the County County, Florllbt Judge.... of l In :.J f That's Right Your's Free! A piece of Household PLUS 100 FREE STAMPS w/COUPON FROM PAPER HORMEL HAM!

    I the 1-ourthouno at Starhe. l-'lor- f: Brand cutlery or kitchen tools of equal value with each piece

    from Idu. within the. date nix or1 lalcndar\ ,.. fli'Mt month\imlill.utlon purchased at regular low price! Offer Limited-Shop today! W-D/ BRAND U S CHOICE BEEF
    of thl'.. nolli-. ia:' liilalm p ., j .
    dvmuml must !IOf' In H:: :>:. JJE. JOSE C -.j>xar rTSE::: IMC r >
    or i
    mate, the 4 x I. r U S. CHOICE .
    pace wrltlnw: of and resident. must and pout i>f- ........................- 'f' W-D BRANDRib
    rll.- ,addrefia 1 ot tin\'" iliilmulit: REMEMBER :F. : Roast 89
    and. moat, hi h... iiwiiril ant 01 t" 'I'V hl. Ih..Italm..nl al!'., : I I IERA. : ''y I LB. ,
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    torn.. fy, or It will 'bei'otn vuuiui TO CLIP THE VALUABLE COUPON : OK GREEN!. !:!.STAMPS : d B U S. CHOICE W-D BRAND. BEEF
    cording, to III\\' BELOW FOR 100 FREE STAMPS I / P +

    l:l'OI1.J!; K of s 11 the A wAdmlnlntTatoi .R WITH YOUR PURCHASE OF S-185. : "ALI'aNIN ONt'' tt1[LANORANNf P.O KNOCKWUII.T TAR"OW 0" :; i.r Sirloin I I Steak 'La' T'

    tale of :Nt; tt'bra Til'"IBland OF W-D GROUND BEEF'I trl; : 0000 THMU MAM 19 '
    dim-am'd'. : .rNrwm.n. ,3 II d U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND

    2/24: 4t 917ARE ,.. .uuu.u.uu....... ___.; .._...u____._____.. I
    : Chuck Steak 79?

    TERMITES II E GEENT11tSTAPSI: I I E TR/ I : 1 1I ; U S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BONELESS FULL CUT
    ; d'Xm :; ._ : drLmG. R EENSTAMPSI_ i iONK I, 4

    DESTROYING \ .. o..s.u. :1I1 3.til. U Y [Round Steak 98"
    J. ., FAMILY' PACK : HOftMKLConned '

    YOUR HOME? ,.!! Ground Beef Ham
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    0000 T""U MAR I. GOOD THRU MAR.0"' 1
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    FREE ..-..-.......-........... .-..--......... --..--..-
    -- 1 '-- r 10-oz PKG TARNOW SLICED Rep $1.79 2-lb. Box Maple Hill, 511
    INSPECTION I dEXGREENTIAMPS: !- EX.-R o I
    I I BOLOGNA 49 BACON $149
    i dN GREEN STAMPS H
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    &fi Tht639 I TNRL:PKOaf.-: 1 TWO. ptca, 1 1lb. Cello boo Sunnyland Hof or
    ; TASr[ ; MICH' 9 CHOCOLATtt
    Fish Steaks Eclairs 1 Reg 65<: Copeland Heat and Serve Mild, PORK

    1 1...,1' OOOD THIIU "All. I. 1 1 1"+ 000 THRU MAK. 19 1/ ( Oly n M.I SAUSAGE <
    SAUSAGE 69
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    + FOODS FOR LENT DAIRY DEPARTMENT-
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    ITS AGUSSEfc A4X .K[. AND ONION' I "AVTOR' .INSTANT ; Special, '! Perch t 1.lb. Cup SuperbrandSteaks
    Coffee Cottage Cheese 29
    1 +r OODOTNRU M.II. Ie OOOO THRU MAR. 19 1 I Fillets I Ib. 39' 8. '
    I ."..........,. "eI Il .. ...... Nn...". 117 I Who Stuffed with Crab oz pkg Philadelphia
    I ..... ....... .... ... Meat Cream Cheese 29
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    -'I Flounders ea. 89'12oz. 8 oz Regular 49f May Bud '

    I I Ex..RA... i 1'i"' Ex.--RA.. I Can Standard Goudas 14 oz cup Palmetto. ; Forms. 39" ,

    0 ; 1172..GREEN STAMPS 1 d1l .GREEN! _STAMPS 1 Oysters eta 99' Pimento Cheese 59

    I 1 Two 15.oz. CAN. I ONE 4O.OZ. JAM II '
    II
    4. CN/.OY A. 0L DCBP OUTM
    I w Chili with Beonl i W Peanut Butter ; U. S. NO. 1 GEORGIA RED SWEETPotatoes

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    1 I- ..",.....eon At.. 1 .. ...w.N 111111 "e III 5 I9
    ..-..-.-...-................1 -..................-...-. 1I LBS IEX..RA.

    NOW LfTS sc:".... i r EXTRI: I 100 Free Stamps with Coupon 1-lb. Pkg MRS! FILBERTS Quarters 9 ((4

    WHERE DOES THE GAS CO 1I' ?! ; I d'1.,GREEN!: ..STAMPS I I I d'N .GREEN.. STAMPS I

    I ONt 4I.Or.ROWOTTLrD ; l'l I POUR t-L.PNOf.0 Margarine 4 IBS. $1 1,
    i I WHIT' AR VAR MR* ] ; .
    jou are still Ni..ur..hl..g l ..| fur 'ii Detergent 1 Oleo ,
    the bed auto ...fr>"lnIn town, I .OOD THau M"a. ,. I OOOD THRU MAR ,IC I 8-or. PKG. MORTON CHICKEN.
    I #.10 .. .. ..... .. ,111 1
    then It's time you Puma by nA. w.m.r 1 .00. I PINTS FRESH FLA. STRAWBEEF.. TURKEY .
    here and! get It. If you uuiit I......................-.................-.............. ;
    to be .St'KK: ulwaj' .nt-e fS!! BERRIES 31. MEAT PIES 6$1."THE .

    flnt. REAL THING" HI ACRES FROZEN 4 LB BAG JONATHAN V'j qol "The Real Thinq" FILMAR ''I r,

    APPLES 49 ; O'RGE JUICE 59*
    HURST'S .


    SERVICE l'h'l1e 91>4.6111I e I I Or'qe. Juke i 6 CANS 6-alt. 79, SWEET ORANGES JUICY FLA. ..DOZ 29< ALL CR.FLAVORS SMORT3$1I : .


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