Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01430
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 28, 1965
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01430
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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4 \Vlth it MX construction project; going; rewt.inriint. roniplrv ulll Iw muter it inil- To g-lie" nn tutu of ..I... of the. Hulliliiy -

at rash, mil uf town .hulm"M ttrrnitlikely lie.u. iloll.ir. Inn |>rojl.. following In. a .breaktlmui .

I, (, t.<. get better. "In ....t""....." nf rwtlimileil niunm\\er| requirement .
\t tinf The. two prn'e" : t... Mill total rlii..lrm-tl<>n: til ri"rienlrro -
mien $11X1.11111) hewn,se; trrnliinntplant
: and before they're f-iUheil| It under vtuy llli HiiMniril funMtrurtlitil | 7 elerlrlrliin. A .setter uorkern -

will hate prwtliliit employment for ", ('<.. .nf (Ort.iiul. UK the ro.m.t > 7 plumber. I 1.1: tile men M |IsuulusIcra.II .

lWa1f tnrylng It'iigtim time, l lu mime. 301) t tnirtor.7"ii. rmf' ..T.. :3 TV ln-.lall.ltl.il m..... A Tltniiliiniiitlr \ jII

"..rl.r... j.killi-,1 nml ..t lien*INI.*. ( leli-.lione| iMuiril) liHhnU'lun r
: .. Unlliliiy Inn rm it'n'i..r .inn late: () I
tik4.s t'ndentny on North Tengd.'ten'se' IS niiiiuin-s H flnli lier-s III Interior
..mind (1( S. lllglmu.r, :301)I ) IH I Die lieu I IOU- utirUhiK days 'lo .ml.l..t.| the Job (C"- detonlurr. : :% Itltcllen. luyunt ""'''. 0Nhldun'

bUilt milt iiioiilli-i' ), uolki Iliililiuril, hilt .
cull" Ilol'.ilny! Inn. Mlimliilril for iomplotlir.i liikliilliillivn worker, H inhuming

'OPEN. aqpf,1w, : next Miiunier. Hit nutJornutructor SO) working; dq: >t.lli tlio' largo ilule 1".1| nie-i, I Neon: men. II oil ..I lerll.islulliillmi J'li.ef rr
for roniiletion" uf, Hie, MIU\ >> plant ..rt :
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for .1".11. \\Olt C'oiiNtriirllmi .
: 10 ..n .n.|ihnll. .. |I"u\ lug, M nil
(' .. of : Tenn hi.. been USKPI! for S..,. 0. I
< Meiuphl :
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,iri-f" li Hlriirlurul) bred 4 tIll> l ill.Nurkesa *
a city hiillillng permit In Hititntiumt \n etlliuntej IIH PI>.......... ulll .lie. rni-
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4 in |M>mli'il relllng IIM-II. anilier.il
uf $.\. !)'.016. This. il..e.. not lnlnile> cost pltl1'01 l at one .time or another duringroustrurtIon "
6 .. rich'' mi gruuinl. testing, r"nrrrie .
of lifMlHrnplns' ; 1'.1. kltclten Inafnlhtlion of I this 11..11.1'1): Inn. stud.

fiirtilohlnff. Interior ilr. .'ori..tliiK. fmiii :3% tn 40. (mostly lucnl lulNir) Httlie t.......... Iniiilwaplng. tiinlnteiiMiiieniiik --

K. .. Keller U(l-fl)I. superintendent of the new Holiday Inn construction elr. Total .linpitmrnt In the motel- tlHM| | >"Hal plant.tenonZe(1 sin.all) ,( J.bs/ .l....4 D.ioert (right)) oiiprrlnlrnilt-nl. of. cnn' -drurtun I of. the ,'11)"'.. new

I |ir..Jert( confer. with T. J. .Ainodlff. who wa* bidding for the masonry con ..e"ute> Ireiiliui-nl I plant. .std. I'mil ,1., Kunllrr. of 1'onvtriiclUni. Tritllen. ('s..' I IOur

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86th Year Single; /

18191965 COUNTY Copy 10 Cents

Official Count Publication" KstaMWicd, li 179

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For Industrial Use 1 I Iael March 3
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KeystoneAirport Board Must Act

On SegregationThe

y ,l '.rill Ilrhtl1nrl I ( 'lJlllll School 1 Hoard, at (Ile l regular,\ niwtluir\ next T\I"\ +IIj\Y.\

ReleasedThe 4 will lu'uin tiuiniilcratioti" ) of a "',,"1':*<' t It' selfish under a rVdonil, mandate tu
move In t theiut-a. of KrliiHil "1'+rulrunlhln' > > l hv MunhiV:\
I Meeting. In O.ilm-nvllV. l..ii trnry In ItsTime .111111.rn""t. lie( boilfd. mUht hf! to RO n-

City of Keystone! Htljrhts! has receited a deed f FlliUy" County Hrh<.H>l Hii|>'*fIntelKlfliU will l h. lvrn for voluutniy head.
of r release: frrn: the Federal Aviation Agency rel l..al.! r In Noilli CVntiiilfloit.U I fniniilliiure, Any tailor. I II. rutlu!i' than take no! nctlun

injr the KcvAtone iluniclpal were. told l by U H I In iniilv.. |. Invulvliiii<< .n i-iilufl I \loiie f'vdmal' fyirula.\, .and "llllbvir
Airport from the "national I Cununt\ lnniir or f fUluculUin': of fuiuU.. culls: for n l"IM.rt| is> I, fjcrcl( with future cum
emergency use provivion"( of quit claim deeds under that | must. .
Allen! lesser" slops .a commlUri' of ilu- rouse' )'' and itctlnn if voluntary compliant(
which the airport: property was 'conveyed: to thei be taken linmediittrly UiwurJeventual .. I Hrn.ile Nti .iirtlon. \ Will hr I \In not iilvrnCui

almost '20 years ago. i I ending of nii'lul,,I clt.- token until ::10> il.ivs after Ihr .-3r said that F 'd /rl'

The i iIra* will enable the eratlona will not be dUturbef
City of Keystone to enter tntlong I f i In time of national emergency! r If and where. It exist. Non- \ fill lit ('nary. odd,, 1 that. h'>' I. IloKrlun wcmU not br aUI' '

term Irate "with\ prOto Any lease for a longer period complUnrv would h,'sult In n wniilit' have. no duflnltc 1'1.1tu ,'d by any p.I..lble. ('II' "r',
PO'I'UY'' liiiuslrlal: lessees ai- than five would hays cul-off of' Pvtlciul! funds now il, .dml<1hl""' ,.ft
< I atibiutt ti> tliu bo.trd.' Tmu"" > jr.. Iht4et -_-JtlI1Z.: .&r1
| $ulnthen: !\, that their occupancy to. toe approved by a referendum Icy) beinf. rrri'tvtd. or to be rn','lv- lft lndlcnted.lloweyer"' Unit / u.t ough the 11 a. DtparUniiUof .

of .the leased land will :: of Keystone voters, Beam ed In the future, by the lIe best cuurst. of nolli>.ii for, I .Agrlrultiire. ''
b uninterrupted! by the ao- I I aald. I jI I ,,'hooili.Dr"d'ord.

Called "national emergencyUse I The .leasing price will be '1"1| 10 MEN RAISE $816In One SCI.Htendent ) fllIl".III'" .

provision." fto eight per cent of value of / Public HcaringFebruary Priority T. !>. Casey" M. (that 4.103 Flats At $4.03 Avg.

W. M. lieain. chairman of I the property per year the'' under term. of the mandate, ,,
March Of Dimes Drive Given
'the!' Keyiitone Council. In expressing council chairman paid which 18 Rating the Ilourd mind. l only .

pressure yesterday value will be determined later Course of possible. action Iht./:: / ( ; Slillllnitlford -Jel.lpp.lIg.
or' rtoi-lpt of the release!' I by an appraisal.. 1, On Local Billsi Mr.*. ,INM-U, Miller, clerk th... (oral! II,,11,.... .HollMr .'i>re.rkle Junior CollegeThe / I It can stun Pitiin row(; rs:

credited Councilman Bll' : The deed of release'! tales i .. herd fHi the, "IO :\|en" shy hen In a Mash ...I ihnesfundraising which li .a liiul ronlrJd with '

Warrrt. Connrrtunan D. R 'that.. the FAA administrator A public hearingha* been ; effort l Ia*t t..t.. .,. ilten the .|>|Hirliinty. .to |>iilIII mate. Junior College. .. the rediral gut' "lImp Illwhereby 1).pit I ) Ht''I1II.c ( t I.+rccaic. ( ...

(fBII'yi, Matthew, and C. A. has made an administrative ehedulert. In February. by men lo work. |last| "MaluriUy. niandng.. ; Ir.l1.I.r enlenretl" hoard ha unanimously ap- county ncluml. orfl

Hant of the Miami FAA of- determination that the Bradford County' legislative. than l. clean up In front. of the nlore. and thou gn out pinveil a Priority I rating forthe class state they are. In fullcompliance ,
flee!' with: being instrumental release of old airport from of a community Civil I
with the
tUlegitUwn to receive proposedliical sits( 01'.1' l_ numey for' the Mars' h .uf IHnir. The lutal' rulxeil. establishment rnll"C"'W'' '
In working out term of the! the 'national emergency use. >II Junior college for Klght Artthat they me licit' .
bill for the 1M3! : *es through roMtrlbiilhm otrr the red Iii snit. .willillulloii. .* by themen. ir'' clIlInlllnll, u IM :
It Irate provision' will not prevent accomplishment : Alarhua and llradford Counties dlftrrlmliinllnii" In the SWIKIIment .
Hlrnvvbei-Me. t thill 1 I i i I. n'rtt|
Ion tMlfl.r
Beam Mid that the city It of the wa hlrltiu r>f
purposefor of puplU. the .
R. Johns and hilly. niUI-1' ,1' ,<*i tn.i 110'
Charley lt.in.lnl i nn HI ry
Hen. Vaniedare
: Mjjur
now In position to negotiate I which the Government's '! left the- "aI..t: At a meeting. of the board 'tearlier' the. utp of ,, '
will bren in'il: i (tiNlurke
with prospective Industrial Interest therein was conveyed Kep. A J Thomaa Jr. ..........1 "Mu-erlnlenilen| T. I. ( aoe), (iiiinrllnmii. trie \\ lgfli in Jjltienvllle. |last week. anextensive or In the varloiia .. 1.IIILI..l tints hive. "
In the courtroom intrket. "Uu "I">
l 11!ve. on a lone term bola :I to the Town of Keystone hoist. this meeting Itrailford County ... H..... ,1. J. TlimnUB Jr" f i>imty ( ...."" ...lon ( hitlriuitn. .survey diMMimentlnii Krsni.1. it an iivernge. nr. SMI,. ,
w"h a*uranre that their op- Hetchta" of the 'oriinil_loner anr jMley yams(II( f lialritiMtiHate the Alarhuallradford .. -
courthouse on ",u""lay. Feb>>,. (.e.irge KoKerl ( the nerd 'for :3. I Inn full to alii", Yarn tut for a return I.. rn'' ', > i
l Khuford." Mierlir I'. l It. lleililUh. "Mule liirney| T..I l l>.imra college. wa formallypiesetited 44I but submit.. Instead. II\ .
10. ( l.n'-ou'l:
I* starting; at m ( hulrniMn. .'..t Kterell (.lieliliHlInincan .. by I. II Jordan fit idsenregatlnn I ITiiemlny I
Thomas stated that all a- .. Itetelopiitenl Aulliwlty own"" planned tMOYmm \was. ,hi

3 Deland Escapees Apprehended grnclen.. and l person desiring> ), and tlly (.uinx. .II ( liolriutn' ( '.rlll..I. chairman intrtlin. nt the udvlooty. ..AlachuaCounty coinmltlee. : 3 It ran refute or. roinily to Ink other.as-( iv HUH.e tit. i .1. )i -j

should pr- l ll I II
+ local I legUlntton dills n ll.jl of I t II.

Saturday In Chase Near Lawtey j sent their requests at this'meeting 1 Mo 10 Y n. ': The Pilotlly I rating the Htate must lion,... I..lInn.nf (any kind lows rd .il' ,"l '411\1'.iiiirtlun.. I 1111"1 SVnilit not'' il... I i I

I (I.I. l now be appioved, by before In the. event the hoard I ft' ,St( her Ih.,1.. '"," ( -C
Hoard of Kducatluii lowed. limn thud alternative' i I II.
Three escape from VolustaCrurrr at the Jewell Eunice Road Lincoln City I J. C. Warren. SeiiUnccdTo ; : the proposal. I II presented tu would stand, to I line, 11'1111":1: 'iie,rllHvl ted d'rl"u" IuV guI. l
Road Camp were arrested The prisoner was tracked by the IBM) legislatureThe / AOO In Federal. fund ii'iv ...
fiilbmii'''' nhlllliign '
Hchool l '.I-.t..I"
at Lawtey Saturday the dots of Union County Negro ShotA 1 1I I Hradftril County aiiniiull | I
ruining (hi the u houl' '
A leflnil' Ji'
when they fled to avoid and I For' Robbery( Hoard has (Jollied with the I
queaUnning Sheriff John Wbltehead I 'Prison ) hoard In In I h* loon of .Id to the vo net it I I.. ewle.l I"1. ''H I
by Marshall U. U roster wa sighted aa he attempted i Lincoln City Negro/ John Alachna County eatliinnl, agrlrnlture' and limn
Jordan. to hide under the | L Williams, was released. from I recommending that. Hie proposed rronomlr. ileparlmrnrs" MInits.. M' 5"< ,
Cianford IJ C I Warren n aitfurd Count be played. In .f niiiirv. 'Ii">><
Joe college here 'In ''
Spotted by Jordan a. they brldi* by Bradford Deputy the Bradford County Hoapltalafter and t ask new oilier IjenefM.. u,..t.: inNI ,
walked alone the railroad Sheriff Ashley Brown ,.. ovvnng from a bullet of Slarke ..* nrnlenced tot a long ., Alachua County. >r.A National I .. Define' JI'.I' \ II4M /IIN't.IIOIK'd I I !I'sIS
!Ills!( aenien .
of that! hi u< given
: perli'l ,,.. '
track r*.*t north of town two Jordan. Brown. Deputlei' wound Inflicted during an arrument to an Indeterminate auld I 00..1101'. Art! 'In flu 'fnlit. >. "I..t in iv.nij'

of the men were arrested! on Russell Redding and Robert IOreen I In a Hampton tavern sU. months to 10 yearn by < third Duncan defendant In the 4 InductedInto this. Prtleral jilt 1 mljl.t.. IN I ,fur ii return I I" >

the not but a, third lot away along with several volunteers Natsrday nlxhh: ,' Judge J'>hn A II Monday MurphrerIn fo Lawtrv Trie s..... I..wINII. la slllla moth greater. f.'....' salt. a f.-ii..111 in

by runnl.... Ronald Leverett had surrounded' the ,' ,Deputy. fI".rIf Russell R..Idin. Circuit Court of aLawtey .aittiig sentence pending aprewntence Rotary the NORA filftilt are enpulvf. 1
13 and WUU!; Everett Davis area where router ass last I' .. Mid Monday that l/raaae/ the October 29 robbery inyeatlgatton ed Already three 1.lIlId ,
21. "were arrwted by Jordan seen., He told Deputy Oreen 'I I I Sunmuna. a 34-year-old' Olu- service station I' Judas kfjrphree lnip.."M>:l f-'mir new. member" were In- used by the Mliixil iiin. -> CC BanquetSet

after a hrt! chaseWalter that he and his tc companlona tee Negro, ia charged with Warren. Ronald Wayne sentence dtirted, into the ll'ilary. Club |f. rmirse. nil automntlve, Ire
i two' prorwtlonary
Foat.r 1amsa! were waiting to hopa I'I all with Intent to commit Bradbury and W T. t tHonny) yrar other defendant ..ill, ,it > luncheon. meeting Wedn.sdty rhanU1. and sifts peers. "liiv SaturdayThe
i\known= aa Paul Ashley, escaped train when. spotted< br the murder In the I'"< kfent Bim- .tawwm If ,all .ple. ....ol guilty. WalUe on three ONeal. a Nitro:. (:.urge T lltiggln. Although, the Mradforrf

Jordan and wa arrested. alert Marshall Jordan. the n""ford Coa1 1 to robbing Paul HmtUfn f Mt....l- roimt, agent Ernest (II I liilnf / school, system inlKht ltar< lo ,
la In lIltI\: \
mina .ho was rharged with forgery i t annual "Hnutttdiullii ",
two hour later under a bridge The three had escaped from t- >ll unite 1f,30rbua& '. ard.$ervr| Station In I. iwUqr.Ukirw and uttering 'forgery in the Independent| |. Telephone I lire wltlwml thin Federal aId 'itmnim' /
op l U 8. 301 north' of road ramp Tue 1110 ash in the early Mmith l Porch. .agent .
Latwtey the Deland I Wdl ame wa. shot la> the .pnaln I a bad *I3 nheck. onAtruat Carp X M f j Casey saul failure to Ur aii xen for kind OOf/ mw
day, January 1.. and the :lower .left sheet the bullet morning hours of o..1./JI.r 39. 12laaar fir the MeiititMrd AiriAne i i tlnn nn the d""segr.tat/en1 I o."t) Hnnta.lt.ln. list"

I sheriff office wa on the. from the 32 rabbi" pistol ArM |' Bradbury was sentenced that to Ray Crews and Dana 1 .rend One """..... Htnrkenttiwney order still would tvit solve this Ifedlfh.>/ sill, O lookout for them In thla area life ImprUofinrfnt for lem Me .han re.u Mm ti helleve ,
>rol> ,
FAMILY LIFE by Simmons "not penetratttng 19 hi Noel I>nkt. bath> leettafera.ho ,. | will be a hlvhllnht' nf/ 'r"' "
'and had notified Jordan deeply.. the'Parachute deputy satd robbery on November .. had plrndod guilty U, I Itev" Thnma ft SlIt. hell 1, that.a rmlrie i tf f twincompliance I, niiul Cham4 of, f'oniiii'TciHIIIIUrt "
CONFERENCEStarling: : : he bream* Circuit c.'ourt.* well as 10 'Methodistfhnrrh .. aetlon
The marshall said Urreny of.ft automobile r>a.t.t .e nf the plrst might briny at lien Hturlo >..1' .
Sunday suspicious when he saw them year for robbing; the 8t.". l nf Oimevlle j | .|xikeoft | against. the roomy sooner i .. .
Jump owned by C. A Rogers on A ('Oiintry Club H.UU li If. big its "be ull.lul {t-
Jan. 31 Through walking alone the railroad Tire Baits and five more >rr : the. need l few taking thing than If the rnnty' went ........'. .

.'.h. 3rd with autcatae. cooking utensi Set Saturday At on an additional charge July 29Postal ,le"a for. granted, anal faring' and drew up. It.* en.. plan. for night .. r anil" II measure a
will IK .r!
IIK:Alt Is. and other (Items including I I TmpnaMg the aenterw. Mon nri, t>i the reltle'| I i b. i
ful1'/t i|
Dr. Edwin: Marl a n caliber putol. stolen Keystone Airport day. Judge Murphrw notsnl Receipts! "itir 1//er. that' thrMiten/ isle fit More than III.non copies. of rot humurmw\ at 7 p tulk.m. anduliilii'iun' ] ," lit strut!

from the John A Mattlngleyresidence I It wa* Warrens' bat nmvk-- ?. p Me was Intrrvllred. by corm 411 hare already been (rell ('r*.'loril. %rtrrnlawtey
At Your ChurchOr of theKeywton
,' >ud north of Stark The management tan for a. '.""','' and .".&.,.-vvsrl Total $111,116 T T lng l sent wit bY the U H Of fire. ofVlueatlnn I of pMlnnnii by rnlcln I'etr' *lr4 and humnrl
ClubSponsored annouruesI .lei-tur
Airport arllat.
The prisoner* had entered the hope that tv .woMtd. rarVtnrthimself They have tins itI .n..I..et."d. "'011.,1
by a branch of the Army n.., .. ..t the Nta,k.. ir.d.Slit .t. who nicks his wmtnlM I
( Ii | I .
the residence while no on I properly in the future Woods Fires I chief state. srhool officer to .1..." ef .rlradforil. ('ou"" .
.. !SUrke :"MinUlerlal was home''l and taken, food. ,i t"* planning; a pa..' hut )wm> i Warren has been In trouble ." .. r"r' I.'t hlt..I..1/ .111 1 1 I ii4 2 bH dlelrlltotr" to 27 74.1: .InralI (.1I ne at ZephyrhllU I .>i..... a .monster straw.

Alliance ..1oth".nd the cooking at the airport ftataniay. morning numerous time In prevtour .< .1'11'!' > .iHrremH over the : Burn 1.1 Acres I arh/ml dlslrf' over the country After the>> prouram. the. annual berry plrkeil. Irani a young

materials. Deputy keen estimated between 1 and! T an oVkvk. year and ha a long juvenile 11011" '. r... ordd.. tllIrlne 1"3I and to 2.00O/ college. an-l botll will..he held. with "pi, ml In hU. flelif' during
The Clay fouMy Civil 1.- ,, which' burned by the MIl v hITh An rxhtbltlon -
PIZZA SUPPER they stole Item \total- ami the KeyvteneHeight r_ 1300 In value feniv unit Prior to the aenterv'Iak.Public I I acre were reported. durIng The office of r/luratun! I* of ballroom berry. grwwlM rruoi
St. Edwardw; HallSaturdar. lag Fire Department wilt Defender R A O.-en ..nnoo.".wl, tltat lmprovemntt4 the put week. by th'i I I not railing! 'for tnnlant d.e.k- by albs,. Call OUh and (Inn i I IN."k.r

Jan. 30 sprat was serving time 1: be on hand In ease ut enwrt'rirj asked fir leruefMy on the ; the/ etengM nf sHy null rlnrUla. foreU ftervke.fttrlna regation nerewMrlly What U of the I1nlv..lt" ofKwfldd .4 slushstem| arluallylieuk
In the road for petty 141 la'ludd.rlvery I .morn .like. four' or
StoMP.31. > The public .In Invited to rounda that It was Warrepsfirst In aervu iliariam ; the astute pertol I jailwear l 1 ...nt..1 this lime b I a pledge will .be 4 'feature. of loin
larreney. Dv1.. was In on a I to llaNe area.'ir..n flue berrle esmpress.d
vVn the jump a.rrwe. felony State Attorney. T 17 .a. re* were burne.) I lrfwi 1 of Intention to comply aplan the after -\oanilt/l't\ | rn'.ertain-
Contributed M4 check: charge'. and rooter t ; Arr.s .Nmsif'tvtaMn.I'bg. mss |It| meaMire Its' In-
Thin Spare other hand nres Konfxll'' repsat.rt I II. 1 for desegregation' tsar 01"11'
C: Dun**", on &the .
was serving time there .'. ind Koq'h W .In,,' rhea isrrwi, and
(lo PahlicieCommunity r1Tt'NI1YThe "'" HO ,iiu-Nei' .1|1 .of I itaBHJ4 Hen\i\ "
Weekly K0\l| MJM K cited the defendants lone' !I.u week was give .**'ar.ne. aattWn 1'mbf- i t ".'.
voluntary Intoxication Drp It* the largest
Event by record and told J'irfw,' IturOhree n",. V- li,,"' T't ass70 "in,. without futttwr. delay. ?. 'sn' nvttrd 10 ,lolri, in the MM .
ty Green reported; after acJrrrk Cart "ftcmiu nf alasliewin .. I seen In bet'" .many year *f
that Warren -Tv.-l. a I II I I 1..1 'I' .r. ',.. r ls"i III II l T'- Title VI of the. O.i I! It( *!ti'Ac ".. 1"" 4. ', piru) l i. a.'
The CommunityState i.. with. the FBI. however. ,nn.fwt a marl: hbwtr thi.I I8at.rtoey I..rmlnlJulian
Ufe aenteni-e. p, p, i soul 1 l:1Ia: i/whe. *'' unrte, which Form 441 I IUa'wl iu i- 11"I IfTi' c."hllml? ''I
thAt Foster escaped from a ralne fund
to help
Bank i Thla mAn n. at' ;I a.JI .1 a u. 'J !sail" :.1.> R.nF* IUvt Tower firm but not llebl Comnu .'
(Continued on Page nvel J f r( r the March of 1/I_*. pr


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I Mrs Charles Durkee and C. W. Lance of St. Simop\,|
Circle ot..the First
one | I
1 Christian Church had a covered ---- Mrs. Leila Mundy ---- I daughters of Tampa are Island spent the week
with his mother, Mrs. )1.
dish luncheon" and. election spending Sunday to Thursdaywith ,
\ of officers lu "t Thursday' her parents, Mr. and Lance
1 1 at the home of :Mrs. Edwin I B P W .- Woman Of The Tear Mrs. Carl Johns I Mr. and Mrs. Alph flaxen ,

., Williams.Mr. Mr. and Mra. Ewell Lawson Orlando were Monday vUitoii
GLADYS MOOTY \ and Mrs." Gene Sha.wwpl'e were tn Orlando on Sunday to of Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Haze]
:Mrs -.- vlult their son S-Sgt. Jerry I and Mr. and Mra. M. F. H.i
Mr. and Mrs. Leila S. .
visiting Mundy owner :tn ,. t' r
Phone )64-Of..r) l I Jim Thomas and Mr. /and :Mrs. and marauder' of Lieia's Dress .... Lawson. zen

Don James in Waycross. Ga. Shop in Starke and un active : THnmimnn. St.. mark. Flu. 0

:Mr and II'I.V.. L. Edwards i ianil Local admittances to Doc over the weekend. church and civic: worker, has I Arthur <1. Ixiudon. Jr ..ehl.
Fire Burns Rlolnv T.
Living QuartersAt wire lioudon.W I I.
l MI.... Leah Bauknight of tor's Hospital this week Include Shelleo Smith daughter: of been selected by the Starke "M Pratt St. 8l.rK., Fluiliwnor
Jacksonville and Mrs Ksthei Mrs. Joyce Allen Mrs. Mr. and Mrs W. M. Smith Business & Protesslonal Wom { 1 I ..
Radio & TV Serviceroom this JIn
Weeks 1I..d l dar ivf Jipu.r
Johnson of Plant City visited Alma Starling;, and Kathy Mc- underwent a tonalllel.tomyTuesclllY en's Club as "Woman of The > A. n. ItMV at Htari.J
AUsa Kate: Struth on Sunday. Lanahan, of Stnrke; .Mr*. In the Alnehiiu General Year.'' an annual featura of Bradford County, Florida.Iin -
'they else visited relative In Thelma Green of Pulatka; and Hospital. National BPVV Week A fire which Chief R, C. which the fire startedi I It ; .
Lake City. Mrs Rarhel Grlffls and Mrs. Rep. Arch Thomas Jr. was Mrs. Moody; is a native of : r h tlltedJ( ] Buford thinks started i "really going" when hit

Mm. George Drown, Sirs.Puullne Viola Crews of Lawtey. In Tallahassee on business.! Bradford County and taught from a short in a radio' was i truck arrived on the seen I
Torode, Mrs Dorothy )firs P. D. Reddish: under- I Sunday and Monday. school thice years. worked for put out Sunday night at I and that the rest of the living !
Jtilberger and Mrs. Q. L. Furl went surgery Inst Thiirwlay: Rev. and Mrs. avails T'ngi u local Insurance firm, and j Weeks Radio fc TV Servicetwo quarters was damaged badly /
>nUendod the BPVV district In St. Vincent's Huspltul. of Sparks, Ga. were lust Fri. owned and operated, it beauty miles south of Starke on by the smoke and heat. He- iI I i

meeting: in Jaekscmvllle: or Sheriff P. n. Reddish la attending day visitors" of Mr. and. MrsL. shop In Stnrke before buying SR-100. said Weeks "used his head" I

Sunday. the Sheriffs convention D. Vlnlng. her present business in 1942. D. R. Weeks! owner' of the when he did not open the doorto
Local admittances to Brnd in Lakeland from Wedneatlay Mrs Klldon; < Klmmons of In addition to her business j'C shop, called the Starke Fire" I the fire but that the win p+f ,

JorU County Hospital this week to Friday. Keystone Heights. )Mrs. How- wear, she finds time to take Department about 9:45: after dow had burst from the intense Charley a

l incluleRobert: Cooper Jr v Mr. and Mrs. John Mack aid Stafford, of Stnrlce and nn active part in church and he smelled smoke coming from heat by the time firemen

Sirs Lxiclle Davis, Mrs. AlllcJV Newuoma of Jacksonville visited Mrs Mamie Black of Onlnesville civic activities. She has boen his living quarters adjacentto | arrived. E. t
MerrlU, Earl W. Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Jesse l New- are new patients In the active In the Women's :Missionary the shop. He told firemen I Weeks Is to reimburse th

and Charles. P Sapp Jr ionic on Sunday Starke Nursing/ Home. Union of the First be was afraid to open the city the cost of the truck JobnaI

of Stnrke: Mra. Betty1: Thomas P. GiU ooly. who recently Mrs Clydo Sinclnlr spent I lliiptLst Church since 1952, door to the blase for fear ofprovld1n1l' 1 making the run outside city L
La- the weekend" with friends!. In air for the blaze to limits. Chief Buford did nor
Hayes of Hampton, Mrs. retired after 12 yearsas \ serving three years as pi'evi- :I
vnrla B. Cross of Lake Geneva chief engineer at St. Fran- Dntiarlas. Ga. dent. She also served four ; f I'4 burn more Intensely. estimate damage. from thrI I about this question: t

( : Mr. Sarah P Carpen- cis Hospital In Roslyn N. Y. Edwin Cunningham of Jacksonvlllo years' as president of the New Chief Buford said the bedttRPonr I blaze.

lei of Hawthorne; and Mrs is visiting his brother an' and mother Mrs. K I River Baptist Association W I .. "Our home wan insure
FOil RIOT Far hliHInic l d.taIU cnntiut JO' )
Helen Black of Lake Butler. sister-in-law Mr. and Mr.i Cunningham of Cleveland. MU and was elected In 1962 I '..ru... Uriahl. Slay l t.'...., I U liakor. City Clrk.\ flry list l lK Tor $10.000 when it burn
Mr and Mrs. Carl Mathews Mike Oilhooly. He owns prop Ohio were Sunday afternoon to the Florida Baptist State I'I'irMKKllicht' ..v..lon. JI.II! (he.. The ''lty!! r p to the ,ground. A siroi
Mr. and, Mrs. visitors of Mr. and Mrs L, F Executive Board I line tsrllltlr m\..III ''rvo'. the right tn reject, an) It'd will cost '
were visiting city on Highway 16 and plan of this organization. able. fur leaning nn a year tn .sod all bid. home 516.00'
Bruce Mathews and family in to build a small place here Smith. : In 1964 she. waseirctrd I year huoln at the tifyntnitmllplK Joy 'il linker build at today's prices
Mr. and Mrs! Billy Moore -, .- ------ - I >>t Municipal Airport, lx>- <'II JI Clerk
Tuesday.Mri. State ,
jilnesvllle: on and spend part of his retirement Camp Director I cmiiil on state !toad 100 b.- l' Could we have had fire In
Thelma Mendoza: and in Starke. and, family of Madlnon were for the Florida Baptist Girls' i A Business And Civic Leader twrrn Dtitrk end KorMun !Imrance' to pay the FUU
Miss Gloria Johns of Jackson- Mrs M.' W. Lance lit In Atlanta ;Monday overnight guests of Auxiliary Camp Yale In I{ .Ilelrtht.. : a11T1/ op 11't'es' : rt.s "0
Bid RRGi.rsR: Frt<< rl'1'IUIs. REPLACEMENT ALQ*
fIIc1ln. T-109 (hanger
villa were Sunday luncheon Ga. for two weeks visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Bennett burg Le..1 school ,
County Chamber of Commerce ||I ..hul"| I Ins fuel. vt (h. timertnj \1NK ''of home instead ot
: truest ot Mrs. Carrie Bitch :Mr.: and Mrs. R. D. Byron Terwlllegor III was In October 19601.(! the local I I The 1065 Woman of The j,I ,down rump' and pretnnt ga.ulln. .- Ni>lU'i> I. hereby tl\iri tlim, our '*
.. elected to tho Student Council III.bur.lnll' -'IIUIrn are;, the uod.rslgnrd under the prvr.r.ions the depreciated: value'? ,,
amt. Miss Annie DI..by.Vin Dempsey nnd other relative. WMU Mrs.. I ,
presented Mundy In addition to these .' .. ....
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varied I|I Year will be honored by the svnllehle for rvntlnir. uf ( .1"1' 90.511>> .w.
Mrs L. S. Slade of CnruthersvlUe at The Bolles School last wllU n Diamond Jubilee pin activities, Mrs. Mundy has. ', I Coaled hide' for Hnniinl r.nrsli;> of Florida. Acts of 1941 will
Mo. in (pending twoweeks week. Byron has, representedhis for her many services to the I found time to serve. on the. I Starke BPW Club at a dinner i its b.. ....lvvtl by th<* KxntnnnHnlHlitii : rnrliivr with I.e Ctera, .. r fw I: ) Charley E. John
March It .' Count-11 1:10 1111 0 u44 t.*,..>rt. ,In and tnr Kr*<1forii -
the Student Coun- i on during the organization' City at 4> [ r<
with Mrs Margaret class on gruup. Tn/ addition< to the board of directors of a locals '0. February e, mi Ht tli.. city,' ('",...IS'. Flortiin\ upon rr Agency I 1';
.,,. Jnckxon. They were in Ocala cil for the past four yen.ru. women's work she has taught bank and on/ the County Tuberculosis e national,,] "Spring Hull In K.y..ton, ll.lKhttxuiir clot r.f pruuf uf puhllcNllon r1IltlI
W on Saturday visitingMr.. and Mr. and Mrs. George/ Pat- an adult Sunday School class Association.. She i time Salute to Working Women must provide,' corttsknr niitlv tlii> fletItloua naniiof 131 !S. Walnut St.

\ Mra Morris Jackson. ten Jr. of St. Petersburg will for 12 years. I has assisted with many local ," to be observed durina'I I, Carries L.IIIUM+ mil must liability restrict Innurunc u_ ofi*. I ,RL'BV under JDHN8 which' wo DKAIJTVMIIOP are rn PHONE 9610201Bullington's .":

:Airs. Adam Green broke her spend the weekend with Judge. Mrs Mundy Is a charter fund drives and was named)I week, March 713. hangs to vlutlun' at'rtlvllli-', Aged. In bu..1. U' M

right wrist last week In a fall and, Mrs. George( I'ntten. member of the Staike Garden. an honorary Lieutenant Governor I

A I at her home. Mrs H. 1C. Tyns underwent, Club and the Bradford Coun by Senator Charley E'I

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph RnkkenSr / surgery Tuesday of last weekin ; ty Hospital Auxiliary She Johns when he was! serving

left Sunday for their homein Riverside Hospital. I holds membership In the ft Acting Governor of Florida, '
Pile Wahpcton. N. D. after a Cub Scout Den 3 memberstoured Starke Woman's Club and Is Mrs. Mandy has one daughter -

... month's visit with Mr.and Mrs. I tho Frlto-Lay Co. plantIn currently serving as Scholarship Clair Jean, who recently Appliances

.' =: InKOCH ,. Pnkkcn Jr. Jacksonville after school Chairman. Other memberships : received a degree from Florida -
The 11 Cubs were 1
;Mr. and :\In. J. T. Pollard Wednesday. Include the United / State University and Is
and daughter!., Janelle and accompanied by Den Mothers Daughters of Confelp.rl1ry.1, now teaching In the recreation
Lynn spent< Saturday night Mrs. DnlDh Reddish and Mrs. and the Starko-Bradford department of that
... Drew R..dd"h.Among -- --
with Mr. and ;Mrs. Joe Roberts -------
In Perry following the BHS- those! attending the
H CASHL PetTy basketball nme. Circus at the Coliseum in Mis.' Caroline! Kurimay and Attending a luncheon at the
Miss' Della Rosenberg and 1 Jacksonville. over the weekend children of Connecticut were Jacksonville Woman's. Club onWelnelllny

Mrs. Nnte Dynl spent' the were the families of Mr. Sunday afternoon visitors of were Mrs. J. A. ; tEaEL.L"L

POTNo weekend, at the Jack Tar and Mrs. Herbert Green, Mr. Mrs. James Starling. Grlffln Mrs J. E. Hardy, Mrs Items _
I Harrison Hotel in Clearwater nnd l Mrs. Jim Chasteen bobble Mr. and Mrs. Mcrrltt Williams J. W. Klncald< Mrs. O L.
Futile to Solve, NothIng Mr. end Mrs and Mrs J. K. .
Spengler( Rogersspent Bnaslev, Mrs. C. J. Houpt
Miss Ronennerg, who Is presidentelect
to \Vrltp, No to
Stump I Vernon Silcox Mr. and.l Mrs.. the weekend with Mr Mrs R. F. Demorfst.. Mrs. C. Cut
Wr"" No In..tOum. 1< of the Florida\ Federation -
Obligation George Roberts Jr. Mrs. and Mrs. Linton Taylor in | A, Kntffht, 111"11.V B. Mundy, A
.. ; of Business and Professional -
> In Euth Week
George Roberts Sr., Or and 1 1MrB. Jacksonville. Mrs. Guy Sale Mrs. Charles
Soi-ral TimeH u .lay and Gt Women's Clubs wile J. I I.. Denmark Mr and, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Edwards Sawyer, and l Mrs. F B. Beard. BelowWholesale,
the at of
i lour VKKE' : "Ciuili Pot"Ticket. speaker a meeting I
.. District Seven on Sunday. I Mrs. George Pierce, Mr. and, and son, Ricky, visited The luncheon was honoring
Mrs. E. l>. Tcnlv and l grandchildren Mr. and.l :Mrs! R. B. Thomas Mrs. W. H. Hitsubrook. president '
Mrs. Hlldahelle" Bence of
Last Week's Winner Mrs Louie BallParks In Lake City on Sunday.Mr. I of the General Federa-
... Unclaimed Jacksonville\ was visiting her Mrs. J. R. Kilo Mr. 1 \< and Mrs AI Haley in o i tlon of Woman's Clubs. who
sister Mrs. Etta Hoover, from
and Mrs J. E. Hardy and and family of ;Merrltt. Inland I I was guest speaker' and soprano
: Cash Pot NOW Thursday to ::\lon.I..v.Mrll. daughters.. Jnyn and June! Mr were, visiting their parents. soloist.. Cost.

Efftn Johns had.. ni and Mrs R. A Green Jr., Carol Air. and Mrs. A. If. lluiloyJr. / M,'.. Mite\ / Jones. of Jacksonville -
$50.00juullty visitors Mrs. Harold'" Smith of Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome and Mr. and Mrs. H.imeycKae was visiting Mrs. W KMldillcton : I
Aiiburnd.ilion Friday I and Johns and Miss Dawn ;\ .. over the weekend.Mrs. on Sund.ty ) ) )

:. 'O, ( I'reM-rlptlon l)M'"" Nrrtlre.and tjimllry at O., W. Hollklny rtalfliJen of and Jarkaonvlllo Mra.Martha -. Browning Lamb of of Starke Gainesville.Mrs. and .Fred,! Htnuluy her daughter Not/ .-l Sharon accompanied Rev.the R.Episcopal K: McBInln Diocesan attended mm J \ { nmwoRY% u 1% A AFPLUXCE' wnxmtiYour > !

KociAi uterus on Saturday. O. S. Dixon of Hermi llrveily Crawford Alma Ak- convention In Pnnsacola. list

Have Vour Nest K\ Filled :Mr !and :Mrs George Mr- tage. TiMin. 'U spending several ridge' Beth Scoggln-i and Monday, to Friday He was Chance To Save Big-ACT QUICK WHILE INVENTORY IS

: AT Daniel of TallahaMspe wi>ro weeks with her. son-in-lnw Ruth Nelson B squad 1 cheerleaders accompanied by Mrs. MrBlaln
: KOCH'SFICRR weekend guests of Mr. and I and daughter Mr and Mrs to the Perry. basket who visited,t her son-in-law REFRIGERATORS FREEZERS WASHING AND

: DELIVERY Mrs. Ben Rowland. lion Brngwell. ball game )Saturday; night and and daughter, ( Mr and Mn. DRYING MACHINES TELEVISIONS RADIOS AT ALMOST
I then went to Tallahassee to George Fortunus In Apnlachlcoln. -
-- ---- spend. the night with Mr. and
Mrs. W. P. Joyce Mrs. Paul A. Smith ofPhoenix

: I Barney McRae was In St. ;, ArlTI" on an extended
With life of Tread
liunranlee Vincent's. Hospital last Thurs visit III'lthfr and
Your Own Deal
day to Mrs. W. B. SewellUTflAcTAIin'
\ Saturday fur ohserva .
TIS $1021070x15 lion and! treatment
Jack Trawl.k attended, the

: Tultetyiie Black Ivan Sanitarian, Dliector's Conference -0- I You Can Buy With or Without Delivery -- and With or
: ; at the Florida
riun Tutee and since like
Tire Off Your i'nr Board of Health in Jacksonville Without Service and Labor -- You Get Lowest Price Pos-
: NEW-NOT HKTHEADS Add 2.50: For Unite last Wednesday. to Fit-I

'I day.Mr. and Mrs Steve Simmons ;i lUNG I sible By Picking Up At Our Store.

Front End Alignment 670-15 or 750-14 NylonaJre; I I of Miami\ were Friday .
'.. overnight<"8ts of Dr. and;
a Here's What HoOonwt I
Casters mid i.'liunilter; Ailjiml. Toe I :Mrs It. II. Adams and visited JUST A SAMPLE OF THE MANY MANY BARGAINS
In, Ton Out-Rotate Tire. ( If NI"C'l'nry) $$1288 I relatives, In Lake, City Saturday ,
Baliuico Two Front Wheel Blackball night Maureen and Bobby SIZEZWL4CIASlt

Most' Ford alld'* I Simmons spent the weekend WAS
Chevrolet. Car. $$8 88 Pin Tuxen and. Same sl/r Tire Off Your I with their uncle and mint flOW
n. (' r-I\.ld .fi..M' () For White :Mr. .
and Mrs Lee Chambers.Mr .
(Free KstlnintpH\ Fill
Other Molten" ) flan Tat BRAKE ADJUSTMENTOnly j 1 colt .and and sons Mrs.of H. Daytona 11. Tres-!! !j! .17Q e ,ID N 23" Full Console Television $$259.95 $$188.00

BATTERIES 1 12 Mo.Guarantee. rh,. Tax Bench were weekend guests I[ ]T
(: $2.00 of MJr. and. Mrs. V. J. Speng-i I I.lIIlW1UlIII&tU
13 Ft.
.u Fluid K..tm let and family. j'1 I'.1' !

... 6 Volt ea. $8.44 WHEEL BALANCING and Mr.daughters and Mrs.. of John Lake. Deas'City tige1/1MU r I Automatic Defrost Refrigerator $$350.00 $224.95$

were last '
12 Volt ea. 1 Fruity: evening/ din- KINO SIZITVfc
$12.44"ltll !SM' | >.H| or rue \\ ts.lluhhlo ner guests of her parents, Mr UNa I

a Trails and Tux $1.50 Phi Tat and \Mrs.' Jr.V.. Hayes.. fcM kxtra p.* kolon.IMC I *. UnJy Pet. 469 Lb. Automatic

Mrs. J..t. Grtfnn. Mrs J.. Ldy Ie yew. land. we'
Rome Johns and Mrs. Charles, : ..... ,.. iovl)'

BRAKES BRAKE FREE Sawyer Law Observation attended a and workshopon Crime KINO "81 Sill INK Defrost Upright Freezer $$400.00 $$229.95

RELINEDAll Prevention At the Jacksonville 5U"L'fI I

.'S ..-" ....- DRUMS Safety CheckWE Thursday Beach Woman's following Club luncheon.last | ,Leif'.,. .eaktdql-ef.bl I"i'e 30 Inch Range $$160.00 $$119.95

Meet Fords and Wire haM. I
Mrs. T. H. Sladu and iUii<:hi i I of 1 P*"...
('11\rolo.t ('01'11. TURNED CHECK ter Mrs. James. Garner end !! taei writes' win, !>
I ".> ,.
a sal,
I .
; Only TIRESIlATTERY baby daughter of Jacksonville 40 Inch
$2.00 ea. BALANCING A- are visiting Mr. and :Mrs.l j 12 wisr..i euv
a Mlcha l O'Brien In Winchester, i i KINO srzci
Or : LIGHTS Vu. this week. j' ....,.. ,..l. ..... ",,- Range-GlassDoor-TmeClock $250.00 $$185.00
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Dover of : p. <*. teach.. Skl,>
Labor" mill fartsPlus
for HATTEUY CABLES Hlbbing. Minn were last Friday nLWJbIIItw
TuxKrrx 4 g.OO .ai fro-. ,
visitors\ of Mr. and Mra
; Neel. 13,000 BTU
> Estimate eap.nrr,1 peas/,
Plus. Tint COME: IN TODAY! F. F. Flume while enrotitc to
On Other :Makes
Fort Lauderdsle for the win I
Filter Blower Air Conditioner
ter.Mr 1 $330.00 $230.00Time
and, Mrs. L M. Gaines,
:Mr and Mrs. Charles hutch
: eson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert

IH; Firestone I Thomas Shaller. Lewis and )[1"attended. and Mrs the !' j I Limited Appliances Limited Act QuickBullington's

Green Cove Springs Elks Club! 1 I 1 )! ta'RR. ars I INR
for a clinic and dinner last/ I | .. .

-AMI GOOD EVERYDAY: PRICES.: rllnle was conducted by Grant i iEllthmey I Bradford County AppliancesPAn"
In the morning and i
312 W. Madison-Cor. 100 & :301 Phone DBI-Otill Stark, Florida I the vice-president's clinic by TELEGRAPH

Rocky Mangell In the after-1
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THURSDAY; JAY 2*. ises BRADFORD COUNTY nt.FOn.\rn. ST.*. ..-s ".onm." PAUla T11KEB
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r Miss Dorothy RossComplimented I :m! ......... .... I Carter Saturday. Lula and I Dec. 28. 1884. she had lived in 1954 Ford

''rn'I: visited in Lawtey with Bradford County 48 years .fId

," ,i CLAY i and Mrs. James OrifJis: was the widow of the late Turns Over,

At Parties '!,,., v new baby. Abel J. Cowurt. I Clips Pole
'. and Mis Gene Convert Surviving are two daughters! ,
{ i't'; II j Mrs, Howard
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. ...... rimno SS'J-413'.i: ; family of Gainesville: an t Mrs. Hutto. and M.... H. L. I A 1031! Ford sedan overturn

GLADYS MOOTY Chapman entertained at a .":' and Mrs. Eugene Eunice Morgan: and two sons Charlie ed( after it went out of con-
h .. ............
Phone 9640651WilkinsonFoster : I steak dinner pasty; .: Saturday ,1 ,' .. ... ,.... & & Highland< visited! !Mr. and; C and Floyd J. Cowart, all trol on SH-16 Saturday 2.6
evening at their home In Lake \ l! It was good to have a s. Clifton Cok.tn Saturday' of Starke; two brothers Arthur miles west of Starke ran off
honoring Miss Dorothy ,. crowd in church Sunday I and Henry Newmans: of tele-
City J( a curve and snapped a
Eastern Star Ross whose marriage to Harold r "" ,' ,.r.r. our attendance up to 76. I I and Mrs. George Chlsm Jacksonville; two sisters. Mrs. phone pole it struck

Cherry will be an event of .. i :*., '-' bur Jones of Penney son:: of Monica( a.\, vlsit- Kffl: Henry and Ml's Anna FHP Trooper J. M. Hollls,
Meeting Set Feb. 21.AmontJ. ,r., .: .. ..:,. wa with us. and Mrs I Chillies+ Mosley ut the hos- Newman! both ft Macclenny/ < ; who Investigated the mishap,

those attending this! I w.i back after a b.ld 'i .,) Sunday., :'It l: tir.mdchlldren: and.1 11 charged, Ormond Uilo Bonlfay,

For MondayThe delightful affair were !Mr and t oas ........ Remember that several were! glad to learn tint I Krrat-grandchildrcn. I 03, with driving too fast for

Eastern Star Mrs. George Hugglns. Mr. and hers will be ordained the C Carter of Lonj Branch Funeral services will be held road conditions. Bonlfay was

I meet Feb.Chapterwill I, at Mrs. John Greene, Mr. and: ond Sunday in Ftbnituy i: : out of the hospital. I nt 2 p m FrHnv: In the not Injured but damage to
t 8pm. In the Masonic Hall. Mrs. Freddie Watterjon. and r Mrs. Frank Carter I| and M.S. H.>WRI'I( Pad I Hfllbroun: n.ipun! Church the pole, owned by the Independent
t M.. and Mrs Bobby Taylor. tained nt her home I were! In Orange Pink, on with Rev" Charles Harvey '! Telephone'! Corporation
elected officers at the I I
Newly ;
afternoon with a Monday( ; nnd Rev Charles: WUlliima offlrlntlng of Florida was estimatedat
tt January 18 meeting are: Worthy Miss Ross was also honored! party in honor of her I FOK. THE!: WEEK: Interment was In $rtO and damage to the

Matron, Cleo Harley; at a lovely linen shower last JImmie, on his 9th I in tomato cups-8 Urge the family plot In Conner rear of the car at 1100.
I e ar Worthy Patron D. L. Rigby: Saturday afternoon at the Jo The children enjoyed !! tomntovs.; 1. 1,1:' on. can I Cemetery under direction: of I The accident happened at
y i
Associate Matron,
Gladys )
, home of Miss Nettle Ruth .. cookies and soft I.. CliPS) Mexican style DeWitt C. Jones Funeral" I 5.40: p,m. Saturday when the
I Odom: Associate Patron J. Brown in St Augustine! with Approximately 20( < ( >ll! 1'01'1dl'lIhwd; 1 large" !Homo road wax wet and fog rising

I L. Gentry Secretary. Dorothy 14 Home Demonstration : the party. ', diced: 1 teaspoon!: from rain showers. Bonlfaylost
II Alvarez: Treasurer Irma Bu- attending ", .,,.rn Mr and :lira Ruben onion; .4 slice bacon,
ford; Conductress, Mildred Agents T.l1)) w. c. r. u. control of the car went
I The party was held following t 7 and Billy visited Mr. - Woodburn.: Associate Conductress the North Florida District 1"n ,; brother Charles, In St. ,' ,' ; \U cup clear, French TI'K,; UH H C\S1| INTO .skidding sideways" for
I Wlllo Mae Putnam Sen /
Home Economics Association Hospital last Sunday '; '. teaspoon, aunt t TIII: uu; RUT HIE UIIOLEDIMUISINO / 240 feet before striking the
tine! K. \V will
u I Hayes. They luncheon meeting at the noon I,. > pepper Peel tomatoes If TIIF.KLOF: IS pole. The rear end of the car.
I be Installed at an open Installation Ponce de Leon Hotel in SLAugucthne Mrs, Thelma With sharp knUe cut II Or Tilt: umu.I.HnVtltn) struck the pole and the vehicle

Engagement fold on Feb. IS. and David of Green from end opposite : 18:3:1.: : then traveled. an additional

I 1 Springs visited Mr and of each tomato: reserve 30 feet and rolled over
The engagement of Miss I out center If wobbly Cash 1'ak1 fur Oood. ClmnHagrn.
Howard Pndiwtt and I
Ladies GolfAssociation I on Its top.
t Laura Diane Wilkinson to Card Party Set last Sunday afternoon thin slices at IItt"1It'nd.. No Khakte or Wool. AHCotton.

I Michael Wayne Foster, son of For Country ClubThe I I I We were sorry to I I \' \ upside down to drain. \ Bring to Telegraph' I e'luesuo'eutrb.ea' Sj.20 al the

Mr and Mrs. C. P. Foster Sr. Sets LuncheonThe Sandra Lee Shealy Becomes Bride the illness of Mrs Nellie Combine remaining", in- TKLFOHArn.Teruuillegnr: : .

of Keystone Heights, has been Starke. Oolf and Coun William F. Godwin January 8 kinson. She had to be 'I I chill. Sprinkle) In-1 I
announced by the brideelect'smother. of tomatoes with !salt\
try Club Invites its members Ladles Golf Association to Riverside hospital. ,

and guests to a brtdse-can- will have a covered dish luncheon Miss Sandra Lee Shealy, bridal flowers and greenery at'' aonvllle, Sunday morning salad Into tomato
Miss Wilkinson Is the asta party Friday night Jan. end meeting: on '1'hur.day.Feb. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I points of Interest" The mantelIn Charles Mosley : annUal on lettuce

daughter of Mrs. Lyle H Buck 29. at 7:30: o'clock. Bring your 4, at 12 noon at the Medford W Shealy of the the lounge' was centered tuMpltal' last Tuesday a cone, point up on
of Keystone Heights and Kenneth own table of players If you noon on Thursday Offer mayonnaise'
Starke Golf and Country Club State Farm became the brideof I with an arrangement of white
Wilkinson of East Pa- so desire, and please provide I and Mrs. Parley Austin 8 servings.
William Franklin Godwin, muma and yellow roses flanked -
Utka. your own cards. Refreshments' of Mr and Mrs Jim Godwin by silver candelabra with I Mr. Howard r.\h..tt( I
UDC To MeetThe son
Mr Foster" Is a graduate of will be served and prizes awarded. : Sanderson I yellow tapers. him in st Luke's H"s Rob'I Rob'l'1't; ) A Chapters
i of on Friday. MOTORS
Bradford High School and is For further Information I I Mis Alice Mosley visited'
attending St. Johns River W T. Weeks Chapter. i Jan. 8, at 7:30: p. m. in the The btldo'a table was covered I Talks On
now rail Mr*. R. F. Chltty. Saturday night
Junior College in Palatka. 96t-...75. UDC. will meet" Wednesday i Madison Street Baptist I with a white outwork I II Mr and Mrs (Howard\ Burning
Details of the wedding will mt.fChildren's afternoon. Feb 3 at 3.30: 0'- Church. Starke, with Rev I cloth and centered\ with a, I Kett and sons visited\ *
later. clock at the home of Mn.I I Rider" Rowan performing the fourUeN'd'rddln" cake, I
announced .
I Pudnrtt's brother and burning: of fornslwas
GroupTo George Flynn Sr on E. Call nuptials flanked by two ar cements
.. the .
In-law. Mr. toplu presented' i
and Mrs "
Meet Monday I Street with Mr. L. O. Powell Three pedestal baskets' of i of white gladioli .rroues.. 5))
Kathleen McGriff Moaley. and family In a Joint meeting" of the limit-
i and Mrs Mattle Oahagan as I /white gladioli and mums a- I Slit T trays held: :t ts and ,
sonville lust Saturday and Htaik F'FA Chap iiiiE1Ei
Has Birthday PartyLittle The Bradford County Chil cohontesses. talnst a background of I II I mints. noon. by County Hunger J. C-
will meet at branched candelabra and magnolia !. .. Milo
I dren's Committee I' I 'r. SeUler greeted Mr\ and Mrs "Nick" on 'rl.I'IY' January'
Kathleen McOrlff was 12 noon Monday Feb 1. In' Executive BoardThe I boughs, were used at guests at the door a id presented and children, and Mrs :

pleasantly surprised at a. the Garden Restaurant, Dr the church altar The prayer them to the receivingline !Mayers and son, all of ,j .lell were used| to demon
party on her filth birthday ; Edwin Hart:. leader of the I executive" board of the bench" was covered with white composed of Mr. and !Mrs.Shcaly aOIl v 1111"" visited Mr. and I le mvlhotU un.l pi-uvudur-l

last Saturday given by Mrs.j Family Life Conference to beheld I Stsrke Woman's Club will u tin Mr. and Mrs Godwin, Elmer Carter Sunday. I In control burning ITovutt!

R. A. Oreen Jr. and: daugh In Starke from Jan. 31 ,I meet" Thursday, Feb t, at 10a I Mrs Milo SeUler, organist the bride and groom, bridal Mrs Vulurle Hall l I In rhitrjfi of format lire\ ctm
will thetheme the club house played nuptial music as the nd. anJ Mrs Cleo M. I
ters. Kathy and Welanie. to Feb. 3, speak on m. at aLt iUs. daughter of Jacksonville! I j in both llriulfonl and Un
The party was held In the "Child by Child-We ;, guests assembled and accompanied Trl.e of Oainesvllle, grandmother their horses to Clay Hill CUllntle1,
N. Walnut Build the Community Birth Miss MarIan Green, of the bride
back -
Oreen's yard on Recent had dinner with Mrs. Holh chapters: ."r. preparing
Street where games and: I Dr Florence Jennings president -, soloUt. who "sang "Whither Mrs!\ W M T.-ylor of 1'udnett recently" I \ sad. dairy judging

rereahmenta were enjoyed. ,, of the committee, urges i Mr and Mrs Herbert" Anderson Thou Ooest." "One Heart.. Gainesville, aunt of I the!! bildi-. Mr and !Mrs. Hardy for the Stats '.lr in
The 13 youngsters were given all member to attend this I of Ralford. a daughter One Hand, and "The Wedding cut the bride's cake and<1 Mrs. visited! their son-in-law In early February.

favors of windmills bubble meeting. Crystal Usa, born Jan. 21 Prayer"Resale Calvin Pt c' ot the St ite Farm daughter Mr and Mrs members, ] attended a
blowers, party hats horns and: in Doctor's Hospital. Oriffls of r ate Duller" kept the' bilde's bio Prl"" clI-: Huxley. Jr and family judging school at the '63 Ford 9-Pas.Sta.
poise makers. A chocolate Mrs. Ida George erred as beat man. and the Inn at the punch ta ties were\\ Doctor's Inlet last of Florida< Hutur- Wagon

birthday cake centered the refreshment -. I ettvlrt a Vw..TTYY vtvtte ushers were James Oodwtn, I Mrs. J. B. Godwin, ...r.. O H I; Tim liitxleys, returned to uunclurttnl by Pr''if'....Hor.
table. Is Honored brother of the groom Medford I Jordan, Mrs. R I Dugaer, 1| HIM with the l> Wursitiun, Hcjiool of Ani Air Conditioned. .Power Steering and. Hrnken -
Mrs. C. J. McOrtff Jr. as-, I i GRAHAM W Shealy Jr., brother of the and Mrs. Kenneth J inns Trtl | they .all attended church Helniue. "" Automatic :>mo! ) V-H. Tin Ie" (Maws, One
Mrs, Jda George, of Park bride. Gene'Cordon, aM Maurice '
sUted-.ifV.son inland caring i' punch tables were centerw. day nlulit. The two chapters (Owner) Like New f
j are an
Place was honored at a "drop j prevail of Ilalford.
for the little guesta. 11n" birthday party Sunday B, Mrs. W. E. Starling The bride, given In marrlSRC r which with silver punch garlands bowls of around I Mr. Minnie l Buxley l Is a busy s.ni>ml ... I
were greenerr the
hospital now and .
afternoon on her 80th Phone tU'U": $ by her father wore.s traditional with numorou trips,
and' white florets Mrs. I
Pizza Supper her annt-I fin*. .., lit. annual. KKA. ''.111' 1963 Ford ThunderbirdFull
I' versary given by : aaaaaaaaaaaaaa......... wedding gown of veiled Rr en ,Strickland also assisted hen heroics Coody and tau/ UruiirorU( C'uuii
& M1I. fashioned
.for : Ray organ over taffeta, In serving.After ,
A pizza will be served children of Green Fair
supper Oainesvllle and son. Earl BRIDAL SHOW/ KB with a Dttteau neckline and 'Power and Air. ,Kxlru: harp One
at St. Edwards Parish Hall spending some time Springs I George of Orlando.Approximately Mrs. Sylvia Duncan was long fitted sleeves, The controlled I Owner.
on Saturday evening Jan. 30 with their guests the couple Mrs. Ella: Carter, last
I 30 friends: honored at a miscellaneous bell skirt swept to a Set Friday
from 4 to I p. m. Adults '' left on a wedding trip to MIami Mrs. Virginia Hermlon
betwen the party hours, bridal shower Thursday Jan. chapel train. The bisque bodIce -
$1.25. children under 12. SOc. j lUlled where they vlalted therroom's children of Highland Mrs. Cowart
two to five o'clock. I o'clock at the featured" Alencon [.
at 7:30
:31 : lee applique 1962 Chevrolet Belaire
over 12, 75c. I sister, Mrs. Louisa Mn It Carter Monday.
I home of Mr*. B Dyal. Jr. outlining the fI..dtJln" Suggs. The bride chow for r Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Heilbronn Spgs.
Mrs. and lace down the
hostesses a Canes
I Other were traveling a royal blue suit leI and family of Forilor (fl), Standard Trnn.! nilH"lon. Clean
Pesrlle Starling and Miss DIanne center front to the floor He!' Mlnttle! Newmans Cow
with black acresnorliv and the visited Mr and Mrs.
Starling The guests en- tiered veil of illusion fell from I 80, of the Hrllbronn Owner
orchid from her bridal bou- Modify and family
To Be
Given Away joyed lam,.., and prizes were a crown of Alencon laco awarded to the winners Re- [I frosted with seed pearls and a two weeks vacation In morning at the home of
frehment .er. served, and Iridescent" sequins Her only]/ The couple Is residing at Florid. daughter Mrs C) I' Hut

Saturday Feb. 6th the hostesses presented" the !1 ornament was a small heait- 31 W Washington Street I I Mm. Loa Rdenfleld" of attar an extended Illness m
Stsrke. Mr: Godwin Is employed -
honoree with an ironing board I shaped silver necklace a lift I cog visited Mr and Mrs In! linker' County on
as a memento of the occasion,, from the groom She carried a at& the State Farm r

Approximately 40 guests were I; crescent arrangement compose',
invited to call between the ed of a mhlle orchid sweet*

hours 7-30!) to 9 '30.Pf heart roses. carnatioN and .1

..HIO," -\I.'I!' I white streamers UNBELIEVABLESAVINGS] 1960 Ford ThunderbirdFull
Johnny L*fevers of Jacksonville Miss Brenda I/e. .U of ,

visited" his brotherand filarke served as maid of hon
\ sister-in-law. Mr and I or and MUses Cheryl and 1'nwer and Air Conditioned. Local

Mrs. Tom Lefrvers, and family I Sara flhetily sisters" of the (Cur. One Owner.

taut Sunday afternoon. bride Mrs Betty Bennett and

Earl Odom of Lake' City la Mrs. Linda Sue Starling. wry,

spending; a few days with his ed as bridal sttendsnts, Th" 1959 Chevrolet Impala
brother-in-law and sister Mr maid of honor and other st'tendants jAUi!

and Mrs. J W Starling acre dressed ldenll k Tiiffor IIllrdlolJ|| ( | V-M.. Automatic Kadlo.lleiiler .
Mr and Mrs. John Wells: tally in ttrrrt length I'uwn Steering, and Uruke,*.-
and Mrs X A, Wlnklrr of velvet gowns designed on the
KHAKI'\l I .
Rtsrke! and Mr*. Oorte same silhouette as the brides
Sheppard of 0iI1",111e'lait* ', dress, wIth basque bodice'. con-
*d Mr and Mrs W E. Star- | trolled dome skirts and elbow '
lint and daughter Sunday 'I length aIM.... Their matching 56 Cadillac Sedan DeVille

Mr and Mrs Albert Sparks green halo veils fell from ,

and sons attended the circus miniature crowns In the sam I Full I'ywer \\ Indowm. Seats Steering

In Jacksonville Saturday motif u the bride's They car I ae .a Ilrake4. Air (Conditioned. One Owner -
YOU CAN WIN night Tied crescent shaped bouquetsof I P CI.KANf; r i
Mrs Harley Starling and yellow carnaMon with yellow I

Mr. Mortis Starling of Ora- satin streamers //VM

.the' "DogdicinfhcUliidotrgianf..push\ ham and Mrs Nellie Cannon'I i Mrs Shealy chose for her
of Branford Visited Mn N. daughter wedding a beige
Thomas In Brooker last Tue.d. .- dress with Jacket" and match'
.., ing accessories: and yellow car.
E. Mr and )olr.. A, T Andrews nation corsage r

fR of Gainesville tilted Mr. and Mrs. Godwin mother of the

Mrs Math Wasdln recently i f groom WM attired In a green
Ur and Mrs. John Bennett two-piece suit with white
Hush PppiCS- of Lafayette tnd spent a I I gloves and hat With this she CLEARANCE CLEARANCE This Weekend Only!

week with their cousins "' 1'.1 wore a yellow carnation corsage -

SOFT CUDDLY 'YOim LOVE ill f ff cently and Mrs Tom L*fevers A reception was held at the J.adka & (ilrl's Men''' A Itoy'wHW 1953 FORD FORDOR

*,y ts Win, -Jin R'I"t"i t No Purchase "Necssurj.' re-I Starts Woman's Club which s11 FA'rIiL'i: : .KATKICM: : :t

decorated" for the cede"loll While They Mat t While 'They teal.
Till In e up.
pjt IB BSI |B> BBB> S> SBV"S,MR* HBt B BS> B* B> MSB BBI SSB* BS> & BS> B OBB BS>SSBS Brownies with arrangements of 1/2 Jfe 1/2 CAR $$90.oo

GIANT HuSh Puppies ENTRY SUNK Must Register t.

Name Recent Birth PRICE PRICED
AD girls Interested In joinIng -
tM Brownie Troop must Bradford County HoopltsI Sales Department Open Thursday and
Sln.tC 14aJ 41rlaa A Wad lr4n I' A
announce* the following) births
before frb 1 Call
register Mohair 11I1,1.- ,r Friday Nights For Your Shopping Con
StileT.I.phen. or write MN. D W Mr. and Mrs. Wendell ,j
1314 Blandlng At. W1.lffen.1 Atorke, a IOn Joseph d venjence. .
low'C .1.
Karl Jsn. 27.
01 M or / -311.UKI
and U,.. Lamar Brown.
----------------------------- Mr.
< > or TII'SHot Hampton a daughter, Monies *

W. wish to on S>.*** oar, Jean, Jan 23.

heartfelt appNclaUl'ln far tM | Mr. and Mrs. TUman Hill.
fond and floral eotrtnbutloiM Lake Butler, a tfaaghlvr, Laura BUY WITH CONFIDENCE

and the warm klndrm shown Marie. an. 21
to us at the .ta.. of our loved Mr and Mrs, Thomas J'ate, Further Drastic Reductions In Our.. Store-wide January
Inf.SUrke'it (
on*. Tn. fmmJJy of Robert fChsmM. KtJford, a daughter Kimberly
Clearance- -Only A Few Days Left. TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
Fashion leader LiUirsn. Robert, Jr Ann .1 aA. 24.:
J Ellen gad Katrina awe. I
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BTtDrfRfl rormr TF.t.l"muP. "TAnnvnonm" THURSDAY. JAV. Z8., 1065!
rom .. .
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'' meeting of PTA's In the BUS Boy !i I have nice letters from r I Joan Guarantee military service which Included -
.... Don't You Believe It: Huggins Family Life auditorium. A panel composed I I At 4:30: p m. Dr. Harts will Lela Mae Carter and I love I >: service In the Korean Con-

I of a parent a teacher a.. meet with tha Planning/ Committee them all 10' much. Thanksfor 'J Deadline Set flict. Then one year Is added ilNEW)

."Miracle Chemical" Being Sold ilr-riiyman. and four high i to evaluate the confer- putting my address In For Korean Vets 1: for each three months ofI I

ConferenceBegins school students will answer''' ence and make suggestions your column., Shirley -Sulphur I I actual Korean Conflict serv

Here Is Reported To Kill MossBy questions submitted by the for next year A Family Night Spring. Ind ,I(! Korean Conflict veterans ice. The date reached by this \

I' group. I supper will\ be held in each OLD FA3HIONED OIN-'I r face their first GI loan guar I, method Is the veteran's deadline 64teth4Ftf

Pliil 1'ronkhile Wednesday! Schedule I: cooperating! church at: 6:15: p'l!; OEH SNA.P3' : 1 cup shorter; <-' anty deadline this month, the date ending his eligibility
SundayStarke's fug 1 cup' brown outer, f\ to OI loan benefits. .
their Morning devotions over station m. Veterans Administration cautioned '
Miracles never cease to happen terested !In having gro'e1'J'lI'a'OII I '
Dr. At 7 Family Dedication white sugar. 1 cup; < nV;>- For example! : a veteran
learned and taken cure ,of. I1 WPXE.: 7:45: a. m I| p. m. n cup today. I I'
,I Is There a fact seems I to be recently a :, would!, advise you to contact four-day Family Hartz will speak to the Chamber ,I and Commitment will\ ,I lasses .I'dark., '. ligh U't 2 On January 31. 1965 eligibility entered on active duty Oct. 1. n

touring the county! the county agent. !I Life Conference sponsored by of Commerce Koffee Klub I: be held at the:First- Baptist ,! beaten eggs. 1 teaspoon j/'gin- far QI loans begins to 1950. was honorably dUcharg-! ,
gentleman"miracle' product, and the Stance Ministerial Al- at the Florida Theatre at 8 i Church and Dr. Hartz will ,,, gcr and 1; of clnnam a n. 4 expire for those, with shorter ed Sept. 24 1931 He served

with a he claims :i liance, will start Sunday with a, m. He will hold Individual i speak on,,the theme "(Spiritual cups flour and 1 teaspr in of periods of service. 337 days or three 3-month
I understand that Green To Defend ''
using conferences with adults In the Resources in Establishing: The soda. Make, stlf dO\J/.I; and County Service Officer Albert periods plus 67 days Ten I
each cooperating! pastor
by: putting some of this of chemical Hampton Woman I the theme "Building Better First Baptist Church at 9:30: I i I Happy Home.. '1 chill In refrigerator." oJ/ Make I L. '''CrosbY. Jr pointed out years are added to the date of II 01 's
at the root pecantheee I
,i Families." as a topic at morning a. m.. and will address the A nursery, will be providedat Into small balls and 1 i ace on that a veteran's loan cannotbe his discharge to bring it to .
that i-l three days you In Murder Case :i, services. Rotary Club at 12:15: on the \ each church< where meetIngs ,. greased cookie sheet I PLeas guaranteed unless the loan Sept. 24 1961, and then one

will\ be able to smell It going worship scheduled for subject "Take Care of That:t are held. flat with the bottor I of a application Is received by the year li added for each full I Kf"
Other events
trunks of the trees and Defender R A. GreenJr. ,
the Public
(pp glass dipped In eug'r., .Bake VA before the veteran's eligi- three month period to re hS..Pt
within six days notice the will represent! Mrs. Bessie Sunday Include! a with planning Dr :In hot oven about 1 D mlnu- blllty expires. 24. 1904 No credit Is I FIN!r' LINE FELT-TIP PEN
committee meeting "
frioxR turning brown and startITIR M. Woods' of Hampton, who
Edwin Hartz the featured tes. I Loan applications, are ordinarily given for the extra 87 days _
to drop off. After talking i i faces second degree murder at HELPFUL HINTS:' When, sent to the VA by lend- However, the law providesthat m.o'!=:aeL: ;o:'
speaker for the conference :
_,Jvth) the county agent, and ] charges in connection' with the S p, m. in the First Methodist Ironing curtains ala ftys iron ers. The veteran, therefore no eligibility will exylrs WRITES THIN !
_JlHtening/ to a phone conversation | fatal stabbing of her husband 4'rFg back and forth acror s to keep should see that his loan application before Jan 31. 1963. so all
"' that he had with one of Dec. 12. Church For notes packages!: or art-
; I on i
rathe '
than Korean
straight Conflict veterans
I all: l I Iy j them reaches the VA before are
Sunday, I
the specialists in Gainesville, Sirs. Woods! pleaded Insolvency At 0 p. m. c I woik. at home work or, j
and down. Trycutting awarm eligible until then Thereafter,
will meet up his entitlement expires. !
church youth school
I groups
ft seems that this /gentleman In Circuit Court here \ j with string it eligibility will
talk I cake H.I/ An application for a Certificate terminate on
for ft snack supper and a Convenient pocket clip.*
i I. way ahead of all other last! Friday. After grantingher I by Dr Ilartz in the Fellowship urgeotir will no crumble. Jrtr?" a sore,,f> of Eligibility! is not a the Individual deadline dates.
development In regard the court appointed Non-tozic, odorless ink.
_JSMontlHc appeal Hall of the First Methodist thrpat. gargle whir': glass'warm loan application. Crosby As another example If a
to obliterating moan ( Green to defend her In 1!r Church at 6 p, m water In watch 'i teaspoon j i i( warned. veteran had qualifying service Brilliant colors.

,trees, subsequent ac-tlona. 1! Sunday Dr or baking powder 1111!I Except for those vetl'rans'''I from Oct. 1, 1930. to Oct. 1. _
Again I cannot emphasize Mrs. Wood was arrested At 7:30: p. m. Wherein I recall the day happy now that one of mv | dissolved |I II 1952 his eligibility! will 49
I expire; '
"Building discharged for service-con
will on I
recommend theso! with first degree Hartz speak 21 years ago<< I started writing darltnir lItt1e'girls from ClayHill .{:
these people and charged TOKether at. the First Methodist It 1 i I My prayer front: the Sioux nected disabilities Individual under the formula, on on.t 1. I:
wonder drugs the one person murder in the slaying of her : about Clay Hill\ ; we have \ when I left there Journal 1970. ._ .4.,

who can advise you! properly husband William R, Woods( broadcast Church With station the WPXK.service I a big snow storm, and I plan I writing Clay Hill news and.'1!I City By Thy llolr, Spirit. Father I II' deadline Conflict veterans dates. for are Korean determined The maximum: date upon': .. -.r' ,

4 t"the county agent. Of' course, 49. at their home in Hampton. A social over hour will follow 'I to go to the hospital. '' doing such' a wonderful job.Shirley L's.. Me' 1'n Any En.usual } by the length of their which all Korean Conflict eligibility -

I realize that these people aresuper Slate Attorney T. K.: Duncan this service in the Methodist, These are days of' soft- Padgett;; Her or good Mrs. Way To. Accomplish service end the date'of dis will end !is Jan. 31. :' I Love ya.
Howard Padgett.
salesmen, fast talkers Liter filed an Information falling snow flakes; Thy Work For' Thine HonorAnd 1973. Ii Ester
and if they would put their charging second: degree mur- Fellowship Hall at 8:30.: Days when the thin-frosted husband was In my class Glory. In Jesus > charge.filnce, -....
:Monday' ScheduleDr. several He was such a amr'lml'n ,/. qnly the VA can, make
talents to use in other channels winds cutting through |I years. .\ >
Hartz will conduct themorning the determination of this
there wouldn't be no der.The Stab everywhere with good boy, a dellgent student TilE Rir.HT POINT for the
state charge/ that Mrfl. devotions over station zor-edged sharpness. 1'1-1 and very handsome with'lot a My potatoes are baked r/(date, veterans should contact war you writ. Tome in and Telegraph

,gravy people losing money on Woods stabbed her husband WPXE at 7:43: a, m., and will Days when the eun's of curly hair How I would soon I shall h'.tw' my sOIl.1 the VA Regional Office to find select your favorite: ESTER-!'

such maneuvers. with a large kitchen fork during speak to Junior High and chilled' love to see them and their'' tary lunch./ Oatby will\ } out when their own deadline BROOK Fountain Pen. TF.I.E
dissolves In
? We do< have a man In the \ a quarrel over turning I High School groups during\ the |j blue. I sons. Shirley is a beautiful| Oravy Train, hfjiburger a'.i{,tf\\ occ-irs 1C: they wish to take GRAPII.

area who Is Interested in purrchasing 1 rooming. At 12 noon he will\ I milk. / of O loan benefits'
their television set off and on. 1I { These are the nights when natural ,red head. 1I00 eel! i acl-nta: { |!
a power sprayer and I address the Bradford County I II the gray lace of storm) Yell I remember. I| God bless: yen: every 'one,! Under formula in the law

doing custom work In pecan Children's Committee on the I Clay Hill has Improved so* All my Love. / I ten years! Is added to the date

proves, and this! I could endorse I I theme "Child by Child. We clouds a1 i I much and many new houses. LURA of each veteran's discharge
THE RIGHT POINT for the Cradled the stars with
and feel that It is something "
'. Build Our Community from his last period of active FI..ORIDArnEATRE
that Is needed and something ray you write. Come In and At 1:30: p. m. Dr. Hartz will\ forecast of snow. I
1. I We hnd snow and a small --
that we know in profitable dect' your favorite ESTER' be at Bradford High School I
: blizzard like used to have i
and also something that BROOK fountain ...... TKLE-I for personal<< confl'rences1th i
I In Nebraska. I really reveledIn
our Extension Department I TELEGRtPII.NURSERY students who have signed up'
the wind which clawed: at BIG
approves of. If anyone is Inv I for them after the morning -
II the door and shook it and -
I| sessions. scratched at the window w1tUDII'en ''T .
Reaction! group leaders will s
hands. The windwhirling <1'I '
STOCK meet with Dr HarU at the snow walled and OPKNINfl: ; TIME

:I: First Baptist Church\ at 4 p. I l moaned around the heAl,", MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY

m. The evening program will I Kfldly. it was zero and from ti:l5 I'. A!.
also be at the First Baptist i AT
I the water pipe from the hot 3ATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2:06: '
Church at 7 m. with, a film
PEACH PECAN p. water heater" so.. I could not
entitled "Famuli's First"" anda
talk by Dr. Hartz on i Ret! any hot water. The laundry City Fish and Meat MarketFRESH Thursday.! Friday SaturdayJan.. 2:oI.1 29. 30
TREES TREES Families ;I is heated l but the wind
"Building Happier
came In so strong:, even around -
: Through Work, Play Love. I MOKSTERS the storm door Now
Varieties on Nema- 8' to. Worship." Reaction Groups
12"I I it? i lit thawed. out and I am t
Bard & Okinawa !Hoot will meet at 8:30: p. m. for

Hearing Size. $7.50 discussion and reaction i glad again. GROUND 'BEEF ( .
Tuesday. Schedule i The snow was piled so
: i high that roads were blocked: S
$1.50 to $4 Crape: Vines Citrus Dr Hartz win speak to the Sunday morning so there was $rtl11ft&JfJ@1dJ4W4JALIVE
Clvltan Club at 6:45: a. m. on I STEW
Tree" Pear Plum i no church or Sunday School. BRISKET -
the subject of
I Fig Pernimmon I hated to miss a lesson! a* _
Fathers Morhlnn de- -"
good an we had so I called : ,
SEE OUR STOCK Azalea &: CumellinagUALITl' : votlom over station WPXEat : '
Hones. Shade Trees! :1 I, 7:45: a. m. Joint minting Of the pupils In mv clans that RIB STEW --; LES. and
FOR | wei>e> near and could get out,
Shrubt>ry. I all church women' orpanlza-!
1 f to ten them to com to my '
I I tlojin at First Method! SHOCKING
i house for class. I had tour HUDGRT! : !HRANDBREAKFAST
:: FREE DELIVERY i Church 10 a. m. Dr Hartz H.I-! Two. girls and two boys ROCKING -

will speak on "Child's" DestinyMother's all. high school pupil... TWO BACON FOR 3
g -- Love. MII1Jt.tllrlalAIIIulce SHAKING
woreon the ba-sketball team.
0. C. CARNES NURSERY luncheon, 12 noon. .
So we sang- and I played the QUAKING
At 1:30: p, m. Dr. Hertz will ( .\. RED h HOT
23 Miles: / East of Starke on Highway 100 hold individual conference? organ and we read the Bible POWERFUL PICTURESH9RR9OT
and had our lesson, and they I
: Florahome Fla.-Phone Days 681-3005$ ; Nights with adults!! in the First Meth-" n.in
each/ said a prayer. They were WEINERSSAUSAGE rae6v the pnAavrq. rent
: 681-5520 : odlit Church library At 7:30:
/so sweet and I wa so proudof
M p, m, he will speak to a joint)
i! them and loved then so

M ._. much.
> -
:: = Yesterday I got through to rTAr

1 New Castle as the road wu' FROM SnUtNC'flOS: :

M open to the county seat I. I CHUCK ROAST CCHUCK TO LIVE ACTION
had the doctor fill out a

M NOTICE blank and the Veterans service 4 Never Before "
I officer fill out-.. the remaining STEAK LB. u'hThrills

BRADFORD COUNTY PROPERTY blank and stamp it. .
I Now It la mailed to the Vet -- Chill

OWNERS II cram Hospital In Indiana p. ALL MEAT STEW LB 59c I.sdier ShnulJlla w r .
oils! to correct something -
which will be a minor oper >'e .:...-0 i4! '
ation. I' want to be all well
I and ready by June for I GRADE: : A, SMOKED: OR FRESH; .lnything I !; ('an II. ippenHith j ,

I fly Land have again made I in am June reservations so to excited'the Holy for to FRYERS-1* 29c PICNICS LB. 29c I'u..m"Pressure t Condition or High Heart Itli Od N

I will see Places that I did
HAVE YOU RENEWED YOUR 1983 HOMESTEAD not see the first time. Fly .. .:, Attend! At Own Hi..".

".,. from Chicago to New York,


and up to Bcrult. Then l'I 'n SEVEN -
I automobile to Baalbeck / AM. it1'D.1YS Jar. 31Feb. 1 2
Damascus, Amman cap MONDAYYou

PERSONAL I'ROI'EUTnETUm S'? ; ital of Jordan then down to A WEEK +W( STOCK A COMPUTE LINE OF'"GROClRlfSL -

Jerusalem. Iknow, .a few po-
I pIe there and wonder if I M FMaRGRerr Fps

r can find them. Five days In :, -E ::_ =-= : ...,-- 0 T. rr 7" 7 -j
, Jccusalem. cross No Man's -

Land Into Palestine and I i

fly from Tel Aviv to Atheiva. \i Are Invited ,::1


TO THESE; MATTERS.( APRIL 1ST I IS THE It The is cold sun out.U shining'About! now 20 but degrees -i j I i \ MARCH OF DIMES Iii Iiii $ $ rD

I Gabby. is asleep I .
DEADLINE; BUT IT WILL HELP US IMMENSELY(: : IF YOU i and suppose I have Irish potatoes ,i : i I.L I..

WILL RUN ON )DOWN AS SOON AS POSSIHIE.M :. baking for my dinner.
I I My day pass as in a dream j I
and I kiss Don's picture and 11, I1 iTiLi t743 _

talk to. him and often shed a'' DAN C E n fen 11 cot t!NSW

tear" but it Is not the awful ", 2 Ml.Wed.f.a 1 iacsw

despair of the first year af. : .- ._.__, .. _
ter I was left alone, and l

found myself In a strange i ., Thurs., Fri.- Feb. 3, 4, 5

village.\ Now I am pretty well" ,: i

known and I played! the' organ SATURDAY FEBURARY 6 1965 i:

I for church: services the :I "i.

other Sunday and often do. '

Then every Sunday I play 15 STARKE COUNTRY CLUB 1, :

I minutes be fore Sunday :. -, : d li3hnin'
School. :

I It was 21 years ago. this, Music By ,'I' .; f"i Bright
January that X stopped In I ,

The Telegraph office andmet }t COLOR

told him our I food! wanted editor to write and,, : A. W. LEVY and His Band : 'li.t l t f 1411f Ga >i t'rr

about. Clay Hill Since then:I

I have written, even when" in:Ii

service at Maxwell Field.,i REFRESHMENTS SANDWICHES -ana if+He q l-J ]Wv'k i
> |
Ala. and Fort OtIltthOl'pe,1 W'/w;
I <
I I richer ]
THANKS Ga Then away I went to Nebraska 1, : da.r4rest pi "Wn.TljjP.jE .
I and then began in PRIZES 'bl ub rndk "
: I i 194* my Clay Hill Echoes It I' Salna{ htikGr V '

I' TAX ASSESSOR :I'has been a joy to keep In COUPLE;) $3.00 SIN:1E: : 11,00: e t' 5etva Y_. ,
.. -4. touch with all the dear Pf'O,1 III
linn -- I pie at t Clay Hill I am *o

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..". 28. 1985 .
RRAnrnnn rorvrT Tri.rnntrn. rRnr.. tnutitTn PAf1F. Five.

Defeated By Perry, Santa Fe 1 I First Federal ;I 11 Worthless Check Counts tug and Carter entering charged and DonallDwtght with

: Assets Total : Hit County Court Tuesday ,, Brand Davis larcency.Foster and Leverett

B H S Cage Skid Extended To four t were captured last Saturday

StraightSkidding : $1,009,919 I Eleven charge of panning driving and convicted for that :, by Law ley Marshal M. M.

I worthless checks came" before i' offense In Union County according -I Jordan Union County Sheriff

At the end of Ua first nix |I I County Judge Theron Yawni f to court records I John> Whltehead and Brad-

: to a string of four i; tests. Falcon however, is returning when you know a boy' doing! :: the second and third periods. month operation First "''ull.I i Tuesday. i Recently he was arrested: fT fo d Deputies Robert Green'

straight looses Bradford' hasketlesa I to his former consist* | the very best he can for YOu' !I Il I I The Red team outscored their I Gun Clinic | era! savings & Loan Asaool-I The next moot "popular" | driving: on the! wrong side of llussoll Redding'. and A; eE.

Tornadoes went on the ] ent style\. and quality of per- l Coach Paine aid this week.,J],: opponents 13-13 In the second I anon of Storks has announced charge was unlawful speed the road and for driving Brown Jr.

road to drop two more this ;I formance. scoring 10. 13. and i The Tornadoes are still hustling .quarter, but were edged 14-12 [Set Feb. 6 assets of ll.ooa.VlOSJ. with five pleading mitlty at | while his. license was revoked The. judge also accepted not
week. 43-6 to Perry and 44- ,,13 points in the last three and their coach for one I'f In the third. j I A. J. Thomas. Jr. chairman Bradford County's monthly Judge Yawn accepted n plan\ guilty picas from Willie\ \ Turner -

79 to Santa Fe. : games after a bad slump. For- still ha* hopes for them to ,. Perry outscored the Tornadoes i of the board said "We feel plea l day.Three of guilty on both counts And for petty larceny and Samuel -
i At PrisonA
It was the Tornadoes' second 1! ward Greg Reddish the top 'win some ball game. 19-8 In the final period I that tills is .a splendid record. I for driving while Intoxicated fined Yarborough $33 for the Crockett contributing to

loss to both squads; Perry I scorer in the) first seven Against Perry Saturday 1I '1 however as time began to run i I for our first six l months of and five other traffic former charge/ and Imptwd, delinquency: of a mInor And,

beat Starke 82-44 on January |( games hitting In double figures I night the Tornadoes were In ,, out and Coach Paine' five Fttmtly Gun Clinic will | operation. coveringthe period' I i charges received a guilty a lull, sentence for the latter set the cases. for trial on May

9 and Santa Fe downed the in six of them ha fallen the game, with only a six j{' had to press for the lead and I bo held Saturday Feb., a, at I I sine* our opening on July :24 I plea. and were fined or sentenced. The judge allowed Yarbor- 3.

locals 88-93 January IS. The I off badly and now can't seem point deficit! until the final ran into foul trouble. :pass and the Florida State Prison flrlrur ', to the close> of business on I o'lrth to nerve time on weekends

fighting' Bed team cant seem to beg borrow or steal a basi : minute Perry jumped off to I I Akridge kept the Red In the rangi. apunaorml Jointly by I' n.. 31. \Ve are grateful to I Lewis Crocc. pleated aunty to upon the request ofj i|

to buy a bvket and now ownsa i ket. ''a li-9 first period edge and j i ballRame in the second period the Starke >Woman's lilt people. of Stark and nur- petit larceny and was sentenced County Prosi-cutor OeortPlercr ( '

4-8 won-lost record. Their I! Reddish: has 137 points to maintained it M tha fighting with four points each: and Club the Bradford and Un-I rounding are for making tills I> to 10 days In jnll. >. I II

last win 11"8" two-point { date and Falcon 107.( I Tornadoes played ball on an I I McLeod with seven points and ion County sheriffs departments i fine record possible. ." I The worthless check chorals In a trial la.it" Thursday In !

nqueaker. 48-43. over Macclen- Its hard to tell what to da, even keel with them during Falcon with four kept it up and tho prlDon. Registration The Association has just Included five affnlnat Clark E.1111111. County Court Lewis Ancler'on. '
ny on January: 13.Overam I I 1 I I the. third quarter will begin at 1 p.m.. pnld its first scml-nnnusl dividend ..\ He was given a fine 87 of Btarfce! was, fonnl: II

ed br Santa Fe' Falcon had 12 points for with shooting nchatlulwl to of 4 1.4 per cant and of |:25 t or 30 dy on each of guilty of failure to yield the I

fat start Tuesday\. night when J V Tornadoes Win Pair I the game Method 10. Pans 8 start at 2. anticipates the Mania dividend the five charges!: and ordered rbtht of way and was fined

the Rebels had a fantastic SO [ Akridae 8. Reddish 8. and The clinic !is for the entire for the next semi-annual payment. to make restitution. US ,

point first auirter before their t 1 ,Joey Reese 2. family and parrot must accompany It now bus first n J1't. Five of the worthless' check In another trial Frank F I

home crowd. the Tornadoes:II Over Santa Fe Pete Sealy led Perry with their chlMon during gage loans of over $731,000( ) chnrrres were' against K Jean Uenmnont Of Bt Petersburg I

could never regain! their poise. Perry j..121) point with teammate Da the ('lInl Technique will be showing that it I h. fulfllltng n ne Anderson who received" flvr. wm found .guilty of clrlv v ,
See the
Down 29-14 going into the Stewart'clone behind at dentonntnitfil' on the use and | long-stnndlng need. In the urea. separate' sentences of 00 daysto tog on the wrong!; (tide of the ,, you a' 1965

second period they completely Bradford III b'. junior varsity 10. Saturday iiUt! they frill 1. 19. Sealy scored five charity! care of gars. rifles, pistols. All directors were reelect! run concurrently with the I road; and TlUman F Former FLORIDA

went to piece and scored only I quint got back, on the again be travelling -to tar shot In the final period. shotgun, and non "uM. Professional at the annual meeting "nJiin. other. 4J-yenr-oH, I"ke City p- lnter. I

five points In that period and winningside of the ledger Aufftistiiio for a. second< game The Tornadoes will be at Instructors and the i 2i). The board la composed Fred" I-uther Crews wa" pleaded". \ guilty to driving: ,.

seven in the third this week with' a palr of victories with the Yellow, JacKet. Th home tomorrow night to host neconsary targets will be pro- l< of A. J. Thomas Jr. !II fined (39 for allowing! an un- while lntoxleife-1. 'wag' flne-M! S'tTA1IErR

The Rebels outscored the for Coach Ernest Barnes local JV quint beat the Jacket Oreen' Cove aprlnvs. a, team vided free of chiirfre n. F. Mlseil Jr.. Doyle Conn.'r.I I I authorised: minor to dilve. I $150 nnd loot his license Tor '

Tornadoes 19-& in the second: a 31-20 aqueaker over 32-24:: here before Christ that has beaten them 69-4: There will bo Instruction In Mr. Ruby n. John" S. (). I Francis Bllcox received n .101)) rtuvs i

quarter and 11-7 In the. thirdto Perry UtuMay and 48-35 mat.I I once at 7:30: They will travel rifle sltootlnjr pistol target Denmark, John A. Totals and sentence of 15 days in Jill: In thn disposition of other

hold a 48-10 halftlme lead routing of Santa Fe Tuesday I to St. Augustine next Tuesday shooting shotgun wliur-shaot- K.: U Matthew. $1110 fine, or 80 additional ) caw Judge/, Yawn, :

and 66-2fl margin after the night. KHS Cagers : night for a second frame with Injf, and u special.I county for | At the board meeting also, day for driving while Intoxicated. I' Accepted" plcns. for prellmln- '!

third period. They hit 43 percent I I They now own a respectable ''h* Jackets a team they have women In the emergency' la- held! Jan 20, Thomas w 1. On the same I'llIrlll'I cry hearings for: Isntc Him I : RTAM"A.

of their baskets, 60 per t( T-5 recorii Baldwin beaten once this season tense iixa.. of )huml-gun.*. elected chairman of the board; Tyre Dlxon Townsend un' mans chanted with *+!mlt

rent the first half against! the I Freshman forward Paul Me*{ Top 48 Parsons planning to fire MIscll wa elected pi' sliont of Corby Thomas Whittle re- with Intent to murder J 'hI" i,

Tornado 23 per cent. 1: Lead led the Red tam in both should bring their own gwwand [ | the Aswx-bitlon.. Conner vice ceived fine of $100 or 60 : I., Williams on J,,". 33Vt: !- I

"It was a case of Banta re i victories scoring rlirrit! points fAn Melrose I MAJU'tl OF DIMES! anim
having a real good night against I in the low-scoring Perry eon. GOLF TOURNAMENT; container for DO days I i iPlvc Wruter. nth,. Paul Ashley! ,mrl !
tory, anti TortHle trotnrrcr.Clar.nee / PIRATE, .
us: they-were bombing I I test and If attains! Santa Ft. The KKS Indians, won two The March of Dime OolfTournament Informtitlon on flr nmsnMy A, Roberta. won reappointed charges. of unlAwful> Ronald Levrrett, all. rhlu'"fO'I l INVASION' -H8. fl

them in from 40 feet out In 1 Perry Jed the Tornadoes and loss one or the threegame *, And the Florhln (run a* advisor for Union speed brought 1J3: fine ,with HI'and larceny ,tiul break lit BIG WEEK! FEB. 2.7
will be held Sun-
'the tint hill:" Onach" Bob through the third period with played duringthe past hews will b<* dl> trlt>ute Paine reflected: *"W seein to a 10-9 lead at halftime and a "eek -V' day. Jan. 31. at the Starke- ing1 the chic! County. Clifford Yarhrouah' received a> I R.C.A. ChampIonship

.have lost every shred of our 16-" edge; at the start of the lt Friday nlirtit the 11%. Golf A Country\ Club. Tee off I I 30-day jail sentence for nit j j Escapees Rodeo_ Q icillng parform-.,
time all oncail rtUS..
1 Ja day Sunday. Entry
confidence: ; they. hit a string t final period six minutes. diana rolled to .a-74-J; cage '' Lawtcy Man second offeiw of driving'
fee I* 11.60 and the tournament Auto
of about 10 baskets In the 1 The atarke five outscored victory over Baldwin., as nary while hU license. Win revoked RaCsX-IMCAChompron-

first quarter and we just. stop:; Perry 7-4 In the! fourth perlad Cooper led with 37 points. Phone Is 11C145441.Farmers/ open to, the public. oouple ahouldDixldrt on Uitttr- sliort-range! Being Held j Yarborough/ lost his. IIc..n. ,' Apprehended chip:J-A-/.IQ-U 8lg Car Auto at Racvs 1.30. p.m.Cab.

pad working for good shot however to emerge from Stefan Broka and Bruce and long>ranMt goals. I for driving while, l\ioxli-i\te\ I I i SHRINI GYMKHANA
and threw It tbert." the contest In innj: and' Wit >later. fount I (Continued From Page One I
up with their second Moon each had<< 17 point for Set up a. trial bud 4et. For Forgery I 1 1,30, p.m. r
Four, men. were in double.| win over the team thin sea I the Indian Jim SmltU topped Must Keep a record of expenditures -I prison in the state of WashIniiton 2nd BIG WEEK I FEB. 8.13

figure for the Rebels: Sonny son. They beat perry in ,I Baldwin with nine. to ee how it works Owen Cutter. of Utwtey U foreign laiuim-e. Is not nl'ell-I In July 1904 where h* i, Tha rtorlda tie'. fair's ,>_
Tompkins and Andy Strick | Starke 30-19 on January 9. The B team game gent. to Report WagesOf SWINOIN SHOWI' .
Evaluate and; adjust the being hold In I'nlon' CituntyJ.ill sary. Applicants should Plan was serving :3 Iyenn! for
land had 1$ each. Fred Clark Leading all the agalntt BOBBY VINTON I f
way 2ts.turday
I 1chrln. -
& icmlnt
'I bu< it as their nerds chanu Heir lielilK rvstuil' In \ on bout one. and u half hours armed roblx-ry ifs was nntenced -

14. Terry ThraJior 10. George Rant Fe Tuesday night alnoj I I, iiigbt the Indian Workers Single copies of "A Guide I Luke llutlur. un Jan.'i\ on Icha""e. | at the testing renter unlnsvthey on the robbery charge", \ teat pcrfarmancat cov.r.il,. S.rnifi. *.or Hear thin.Bobbyb. ole..
Trot 1. and Carl Johnson and in road i
a game, the Tornadoes Melios in
I ]1 defeated 96-47 a the YountfCouple' I in Wall WulU Wash. .
to Budgeting for of forgery wish to take the Spanish In emu" such million record his ate
Trigger Hodge 6 each. held' a 10-3 first period., non-confernoe gQM! playedin obtained "Mr. Un.ly" ""Roo. Ar. R.d"
be -
Outing January, farmerIn mar I Th Union County: Sheriff'soffice or French achievement teat I jFor llirtl\ ,
Only bright spot for the advantage and In. I I ... .
steadily the Melrose\ gym Brokathlghpolnted information. "II. on Blua" and alh r<(
from the Office of this t lonal
this area must report th said thill Carter aboutM. Ai> test anothnr The sheriff'. depititinent U
Tornadoes against the power. creased tb"lad: the game and I PLUS RICHARD HAYMAr
i. 1904 cash wage of moat o U. S. Department of went on u bogus check! hour should bn added. still InvrstUwtlnu the rucor.li
ful Rebels were forward] Methods 18 points BUldf"j paced! that Indian atUck with I and LINDA SCOT :
their John W Agriculture, Washington D .t several Lake Nr passing ofho than torn
farm worker cashing spree or falllnif mnrkiare : ,
Wayne McJUod with a cort- Dyal had 8. and Bobby I 31 point Kenneth Tomllnaoii ; card I IIIETfrr'f S..-Hoor Diek, ploy such nil limsk
I Spasm Jr., Social Securlt; C. 30280 Sonrt a postal Butler stores.J. II' 'ell out, nor will tlio II I
nppllcniits \ hat 011 Jhora"Tha
ala tent 19 point performance and Andy Mayton a each. led Melrose with 20. | )I t II ai "Ruby" f -*
end ask for HOB-. j I ...
at the Suurannaa and Tha
District Manager In Oalnesnlle U. Jackson ; ever learn theirscores. High Mighty"'
and guard Donald] falcon's 13 I White also>> had five points Metro won the B game I RAVTIST1'1I1'lit'll .
Mtoia' In l. ..". nuu..r.hCC'ftme I The results and olhetlPlw '
explained today > j am used.with I.
markers. Greg Reddish had 9 against Perry while Oval 2i-a. I Phil Humphray with Ih.i.nd.rm.e *
F, Thit: annual tax return I ludge Slows/ suipU'luu itbiiut the I.n.lono"m.nt I the rlmractcr! referenced. I *
point. Emmett Akrldve 3. and I Mayton. David Silcox. and Tuesday night the Indian. .
Jeff : must be filed If a farm. WOI k. of a i'lfi: check aft i| and Ouestlonnalrc, to estimate I 8nnrll\Y flchniil. n 1\. xMOITI.IB ,-.,l .,IMI ... .II. alit *
One Pas and Warren
WlUlan Scogglns had two twit a 83-: 'l squeaker to Callahan .N it 1 nil' 0.l. AUmlol.n. lltk.l..*
2 each. each In that contestThe with and Broka er waa paid 1150 or more I 4 Mail Truck i iAttfltTlptfld t lur. ha tin.I. rashail it and Car- I, the sre' llcant'a potential!! /; Hurvlcn HamTrnlnlna .....'.* K lar. r.b .I. **>.lr M). *...h Ire
Cooper for t/nlon l...t u' 9 ) !. rfli. a... 11 Ml ..
fl:3O\ ? Mol
completing :
ihatk the IntenslvtrUnlnn
cash wage by the farm employer tar had left Til" wasmuds ; m
ta 1 team'smost ... .
McLeod the! fled Tornadoes will meet : pumping In a total of 41 I tilwr .d lanlul. .... gnu. M
1 In 1964. or It he worked out. to rash, situ l drawn prrtnrnm end hit Kvpnlntf I<: Pwrvlra, 7.30::! p. mMl.twook :. ....10. 5t...... .I Ibinl.. ... a
consistent performer and Green Cove Springs here tomorrow point for KJ03 Cooper led. all "air mail". delivery I ability to be Hurvlcn TV ... Ml.. Si 1 00 Mfl all (bb... ......"-I"
for the farmer on 20 or un the account of J. l n. Ins- an cffertlve Volunteer lnairt.iy7pm. ) b.tin.b ...
| .II l|
top scorer and retoounder. He night at 6:30: to seofctheir with 22. and Brokal l*MWII
scorers Waldo .
more day during 1984 for betwnen urke, kina at the Lake Butler blink ovmn'tis. ,..vV U Nawman .. t9 I IIVI' Ml34">, Tamp*.
has 173 points to date and first win the Blue I eI
I over was right behind with 1 I' t and CalBenvlMo' hss been I,
eaah par figured on a tlmbasic. Hank oftlviul, wnulil not
has cored in doable figure in Devil who stopped them 30 K..t.oJ\4t jumped oft to an rounded by County Judge T. '
the last seven games and in 34 In a road contest January| 11-13 first quarter lead but Room board and otherpayment A. Yawn.In cash the check and told Jark.//I
in kind are not In son the algnutma! J
nine of the Tornados' 12 con- Callahan earn roaring back, TUesdsy' plea day -
I eluded. I!
: (th/tt of O.islilnn, indicatingforgery
I In the second halTUma truaiter adv..nt..e.1 to. takea I Mr. Spnn said the ame .. We Judge. warned I The uliorirf'a office Jiirflff/'i1 S S M/-/ !
3I-2S driver Damon
I mall truck j iT
rule apply to the cash wages | wile nutlflail unit. a deputy was 111111111r01;
Callahan pualied the marginto Rollins that he'dhave
paid to member of a Leonard I iwnl to H|>lr.o Htoia to HIM II 1 //IlflWlJl 15 /
PAINTING 40-3 at th* end of the ) to sknr down I'oinatbmu..h RHHMLj'ja i /
; period and Keystone cut the' farnp crew: and cited a* nt Bradford County, anything Irregular was. going '
t f'eiampl the crew leader who Ion I th.r.. VI'| nontaring the .
Interior margin to ore point In the | even if he WM carrying the' .
farm labor hood
contract to furnish front dmir the deputy' .
final quarter If the leader U. H malt checkmanlng .
Exterior crew pays some discussion shout u
Tha Keystone girls defeatedthe RDUIIIa a driver for the .
the worker and U not himself : doiU.. The dark aakeil .
Taylor girls A3-14 in another Union Truck Co., which deLivers -
preliminary clash. an employe underwritten a mall under contract to the deputy fur his nplnlonun 1-Trsr: -

FREE ESTIMATES agreement with the the met Office DeparUnrntII whether or nut limy huiild
I farmer he la considered the rush tha chock that Curter
CAM THE RIGHT rOINT far Is** employer and la responsiblefor was recently arrested by hud ,presented.<

wr ,.* write. Caasw !. Lad r filing the return" .and submitting FI1P Trooper U r/ Fowler f for< | Th ,di-puly replied|) l, "No Six

Joe Boyer 969-4171 ...Url year favartta E.TCBBBOOK. the UK Jrcr Bradford
night oti U 8. :301 In -
Fa....... P.*V. TELL farmer is required' to keep a looking. ,..r." Carter was ir.
414 Went Washlrurtoo. SI. GKAF.4. record of the name, address. County' that rested. sbout ten minutes, nf-
.1 testified
and Identification number cf tar the sheriff's ,!flee wits .
I Iltwbk Un'or
.I another driver on M>e Mm
the crew leader route\. between JM-karmvtllo I nolin.il. I U. waived, prollmln- i
'11... aortal security tax on and OolnevtUle had wrecked]I, ry Inuring .Moore Judga A. with /lIrrltrI.Ur.

wage paid in IM4.! up to northof I/ U t>rlgg.ra and was bu"n,1 l
1 two truck on :301 Just
IMOO>> an employe) to 7 '.4
to Circuit Court un
and that Other over
tAwtey, ]
HOMES per cent I 6-8 per rent drivers. had been warned r.- .. . ('h.At
.. : ... ( '
On Your Lot deducted and from thr anna the worker'spsvy amount pemtedly I ... told the court that!
paid by the employer. Both Peace Corps .,_ II4N.ltrnHo. lied
tola, schedule\ allowed only 44 I ... -- se'.
Or Ours the ware retort (Form Mil _
minute for tM 33-mile tripbrtween 4
and the tar due should b* Tests SetFebruary
port office\ In 8&a rile
sent to the Vtatrktor I
Internal Jack- 'I and OalneKVIIlM InrludlinT a 13 ((5.00 Down Delivers
of Revenue
Three Bedrooms .115, minute lay-over In Waldo,
_vUM. Florida by! Jan 31
would only 3) minute
This mean
One or \Yz Bath Mr. Bpann stressed the need driving time for the 3] An opportunity' for Htark 95
for employers to show the .
mile drive area rcsklnnu to. last their

All Brick Veneer correct of name each employee and a<<,ooUntnumboor' together I Judge Yawn suspended ..-.nI aptitudes for I.....,.. Corpaservk. j S9 .

I knee on the chase and hid i .* wlU carne at 1:30: a. m.tlUda .
wtth the total wages I
he would contact llolllru' :m. ,,- ,. Feb II Test wUibo *
'' 'psOd to him in ItM. This !I ployers and warn them of the :, given in Room 131 Federal n Ll lluy With Confidence
..".. th! employer& UM time.
NO DOWN PAYMENT ON YOUR LOT .", and aKjjFnsa involved in cor* coru qiKncen" If they P"'I''.Uted building. 31 B J:. First' Aye., F'rom IhtdcOCk

In attrmptlng legally' lm Ualnesvlll
reship an errortaou report p>MUWo schedule of mail delivery The opportunity I Ia the
VA-FHA OR CONVENTIONAL and a.urndI amployaal\ \ Prac Corpa HWcmtnt ...t.
that h* 1* reretvlng proper Fantastic f
It Is not passed ur fslkd, but :
FINANCING credit_ for hU ..rrnln s.
Mother March simply I Indicates: where your '
greatest potential. lir* The Purchases

l>4icn 4 Ky Over 100 PIED.. Budget Guide For Dime Set Peace Corp
969.3361 I the Young Couple," puMishad rhurman" of tM itoth.r'. what an applicant h" <*<*. To1AS11CA1M; maimtr.a.,. .
Phone Jacksonville 771- 697 or Starke by the u. 8 t).prt ntnt vtArrtrvoun Marrh fur. the March of HimrtftMt In the past Hut the plc. ..m rU "y:.

rri. help young a., that all rsulmt I lest .Is aln"' l at showing what Our Customers SOFA BED

ne..r r>*rd4 let oft fo a good l "Have thcle patch lights on he or sloe CAN do Hi the. future MOa1nN s I'enHO ls

Longchamp & Bernard start III aaan'il IhMr IInaitoe from *::11) to u pea on Frtd Applicant do not hava .Hey..........4 CL.us,......0s.h..n

*. ..,. Jan.! 2.. to .,...bl. th. to resister for the test aheadof .HaQ..4.fn.t.C.ve., v.' "

In this guide family! cno MsrrkmgMothr< to make time (OM I /IIIf.., c.,... S ...... t! 9 J

Construction, Company tx>miu of UatXAs Agrkcul!* their door to '.,..., eo lI.d lull. The Peaca Corps Quratiofinalr 0'1" YOUR UCOUN ..oItta..'" r...". +:'

60.19 Ixmrrhamp Drive viral R, e.rcb *rvice tell can be found In Post a Ka P M .........4 ele.b t:9
how to *.| op and ua a Offlcv .On college ramptua N. **...., ale
JacbnnyOw 10. FU. NOTICE a N. *.d ,....
hopi w. workAM budget t. Th I they" are available at collage: A W..ItUadcojk'8
Weir up a budget the rwi' Or HrfXTAL MKKTIMn!\ "placement. c*ntar or the off l-

BUILDERS OF KINCSBfRRY HOMES couple can ISM It on Uvetrown Of First rederal I Barlns it ties of P..fcca. Corp UaaHm otfkm. -
fvprrtonea tailor tt V who are members of the
AMnciatton of tMa rte.
their lnca na ad xtuatloaa Wan faculty or collage dmUiistr Fiirniliin1." &h \ '
- - - - Slid, meeting to b* !held ( tppJiiiut
gar It to their todWldBo4eUng. ThTjrwisy rvb 4. IMS at 3 04 tlon. U you can t find a Questionnaire

For More Information )'Mail ThU Coupon Yv1 g's>> p. M at the offlc of the! As- writa trui Peace

To P. O. Brr 75*,. Start, Fla.Nun. a* described 1 by vwistloa. 318 K. Temple Ave Corp. Washington I> C ASSOCIATE STORE

the family aconooiliu. .is the for the purpose of ratifying the aoanThr: .
fJeW.n. Cow art. \lgr. I3H M. Walnut Streetr
drrrloprnetTt of a plan the bu ins of the annual meet are two parts to the

__-- ----- -- - p -- -- ------- --- --- allows for mdlrMiial differ. !n< heW Jan 20. lr4 at tM Peace Corpa Placement Teat
efve and peovld BeelbIiItfwithin -.me time and phtcv. a ftnrral, ....Utud. test and a

the stroetor In setup -Ruby Jubn\ n* ,.t..r, modern U".ua" aptitude Use P BTHURSDAY

Add.-. _ __ _ _..heft. - - - t1."+g a budget UM youru { 131 Zt 1.11 -for which knowled4e of a -




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SIX nR"OI"ORO" COUNTY Tr.LronApn. BTARKF. Ff..onm\ TIimSDAY.: JAN. 28. 1965
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,I it; takes much lonirr brfon"-I ('['lit to make the lawn look I II U'IMt ,ilny "t February 111&!>< ;;
Even The Lawyers C"n't Keep Up Farmers In Feed Grain Program ncrals In Arlington National nth"rwIH"' the .llpKXIoniwill ,.ttttd
like bildo's first attempt at
the become
I change / common a ,
Cemetery. Members of the ,. otipisttit, bt tuki'n aseunti"ed

With/ The Changes They Engineer knowledge Changing/ thc name! of th" I to cooking a dark; lawns brown.were burned I Get Top Pay For Conservation I I SERXStlIEN! i Old Guard must be outxtind-, I :nottstlI: by, you bfi publlilu-il,

I lag NoMlcrs, whose military ,uncu ( rr ( jr 'inlhl -
"public drunkenness"" chart" I To revive the burnt lawn Is ufutivc, ,1 'I.k: :, ( )ht'i .dr::, 1I
) and meet
William W"klon Mclvcr go' who had been rhvurd: with took almost two years "\\hkhI easy All you :do:J( Is make like Farmers, taking put! In th nrH, nrtU'illy: diverts at IC'lst'' r-earlng appeiranc I Juiintv, TlOh'j"I&h.l
the hlgheit stand irds.Speefaliet I nmi'l tits itu lilY, ''f J.iniiar -
a break Friday In County driving while Intoxicated was just lucky for the clean 1- a dog with fleasscratch I 1965 feed gram pi'or'in' ni .iv 40 I p.-r" c-rnt of the ane. the 1 Reeves entered >,. "I I'i5.' :!;

Couit. bfciusr [ar psthv* offi- They wcrp: dfTrndS'l' by Attorney I ant." Thorn SII Id. : 1'iopor BEPticallon; \ : of a lawn /net; the top lain ol pa v m" n hhh'I'' ) sate will apply: to thr :, isi':.M.I

cor.x: haven't been reading Slisbec S-runns o The City of Hla krwlilt'licnirts rake will remove Die winter I I on th" pntlr", ner"V': rlivr: ( e i entire crc'aJf': diverted: I : fie Army In September 1"61 ,, ".\ ICI.I'S. : > '1' \ II'Y.: ,
nn'l I basic training ('to''k..r, lit" ( "t 'in" i 'urt
thrli law books Oalnrn.lllo who brought the( Its own I luv ;, c.ill Hisam" killed( Uavca, clippings from I Into consc-vin": iiTt il I thi. y Famri"i: signing<< up will flnli I \ eomplet" I Uy Kflllnh M Vlii'Mlv.' .
Army Eperlnllj't-1 TllranoHPPVPH fitFoit, Oirrloi., Cn.! lie iit-
Bradford County Judge rlianup In form to the alien olltJi.L' "public iiitzxl.atlon. ; In ',l fall an-1 other debris tha slim! UP and nrtu llv rli1;-i'l '. i 111feed '4mm pro-warn fo-.1 I I Ucpui% s;"' i'k .
., son of :Mr and! Mis' 1 3
I 41
tended school In Lake
Thcinn YAWH: dismissed the lion of Jultrwn.:: Yawn i. ." Ple.ycnter.n/ shoots from least 40 pTCPnt of thfarm'n 10'Ji! is bisli'il! : the sam! as : I high
I William n Reeves of Rilfotil.wns : '
cnsr" bernuse according: to law, ilso threw out the case a miking a ra. l Iii< RhG' 'ln1.I toed grain biff. Clyrlc/ Cii- 1 In:, I IDb4.:)! It I li voluntary: an-) Hut'rr.

thrri,. is nr 1( such charge as Kalnst Cook.Voluntary. I If the'IIRII/ WAS tall whenlioslej chairman. Ani'lcu'li'ir' l St*' I Illzatlon nppllrn: to corn In DI'l.dCol'd: Hclprled to paitlc'pnto In
the PrpaHpntia'/ Escort of the \WILLIAMSJEWELRY\
"p\ 1'blir' < diirikpmi'viB.! During Intoxication I IVflriBrt I brown, you may r-- an-1 Con 'TII'II\ I County. P'II'tJ"la'lllJf Cumer
Inaugural Parade In Washington ,urto .: II) n; i'P'"I'
On) IaI.. i 'f"'-.Ion of the FloridaL n< "th dpfrn1 nt bnmp '-- Lcfs GoiGardening 11\'. .c some dead! "foddei1: Co'inty CimmlftP". remind J may: nullify for divertc'.l-asr--: lit < lr.*..l. f' ) $ Ho In
on Wednesday a
'jsIti tii' the charge was diuik aol infoxlpaf"' i with a lawn mower prior toriklni (rowers this \\cnl pa\'rrl1'I1I,1I and pilr-o-suppo.-t: I .unl>, Klrl-lii ,In 0 kuiit<>rHII >.
ch'II'> :' (el I I to "voluntary intoxl- from HIP volunts-y Ilqe of Intoxicating '(. The key fUures, foi.eaetm'! if'. 1)1' m'-nl'i, and they will b- member of Cn H of the Jilt C' <- :Nn' I I-1: !'.1 I It4 ,
*'t 'II.t nil. t
firm: t
I I I5n. 3rd Inf. (The OM Guard ). rallnn' an-1 lust hadn't been liquors or bevcrtt Next plvr the u ass soup Inn': thp dlvifrl "f 'ps nfl I c'l' pHd: ,,>le for crico-support loans I'I'Llnllrr.' VI,. .1.! /" M, ""ntt"'ml'< iI REPAIRS!;

nnti-d' in Bnrlford County. '\ s." foil! and water The expert version pivmTihi pr' :"f B> 4fl on thrlr corn. I Although; marching; In the I I''M', n'NOTH'K :MACHINEKMiRAVINO\ ; :
Presltlentlal Kurort Is hRhlluht : Tfl Al'l'ill:
a : :
In Decrmbpr there was on"rasr nradford Representative $' I : fiy to apply nbiut a !Joun" and 50, the Chnlrm in v-il'' Chairman Cane:: points oit T.: JOH, II ,'"It.,,, .".!. nVIHI :! :
( ( which charged; "volun Arch Th')m'I*. Jr, said: th By llervev of n-tual: nltl'oK"n per 1.000 pd. Th1? minimum! divr I >n tint signing up li a necessary I I! of thp ceremonial duties ..or.. ln-irliy ii..'Hiil, $ .Hi t,..''
Agricultural ExtensionSirvlri : I of the famed! regiment, "Tho fi. l I.i\l ',, <. .h I.tth'ol I. '
milt r .r.! SCHOOL( ) JEWEI.UY: :
tary Intoxication" but since state LiPRtsItturp: re-deflnps I MM'irc"' feet of starving grass 'linger' tilt fercl "Din proir' 'aniIs first step in taking part In I I I H umliiHl, V'.PI In. I IIliunieil ) ., ,.,....
thru the charge has been laws makes changes ani en I This means about 12'/i' pounds 20 prr ent of HIP f.."-'- the feed graIn pronram. Th Olil'" Ounrd" Is also the unit r'.nin! iillfl, ''in, ., 11 I''I! S DIAMONDS:\ ) )

listed on thp Judsp's/ books a icts new laws with a clauie or mi 8-8-8 analyiin fertillz3r! grabs base. Tin maximum 11- signup bKlns: February: 8 and which provides the sentinels!, app ri"iiiiri" I ,io ., i i. i'\ "' I. I u. BRACELETS:
I at the Tomb of the Unknown y.iir ini, vi "r i I'>: ml' 'fcir 'i'1coiiiplnint '
"public drunkenness" and which Rives local authorities! The delayed wmte.; wa Ilk ; or as little as 3 pojn'ls of 33 version ii 50 per periL of th I continues\ through' March 23. : '.", : >. PIJ i '".',et. A'tnrner '

soiitf>nri"i levied for such. until July of that year< to be- a visit from an unwanted In pp:'tent 81.pl'8tl'ength; : ammonium base. And them! arp two di It will be held: at the Bradford Soldier, participates In' ceremonies HOII L.... arn' ,I t' .' CHARMS: ETC.

Mclvrr was tried jointly lastFriday tin to enforce them Sometimes law-It had to pay us a vlsU nitrate. vprilon-pnvment ri'Pi. ASC3 County Office. In for visiting d Ignltarles. K'.irliln."* mil. ril in'. i I it..., .'I1I i",

with Wlllard: Ray? Cook as In cases sa:!} as this, sooner or later When In doubt about the If the growers signs:! up anddiverts the Agricultural Building. and conducts military fu- Clrult; .., off).'Court, if 'on It i- ''ii'"i "before the Starke. Fla.HASTINHS .

Little damage was done, ex- strength of the fertilizer apply only the/ minimum

__ I small amounts so you acreage, his diversion! pay- -_ --

-:......- ---=-=-:-: -,-=-==--------,, =-. = == --- ---_.,-- .- ,---u'-- :-"-''''===':u-=-=? won't singe the grass with ment will be fl/rured/ at Lhn

caustic fertilizer. To prevent. lower rate-one fifth of the

burn be sure to sprinkle tlv county's total prlre-suppor' ij

grass after feeding It. Ample rate f fprice-support loan plin s

water and warm weather are the prlre-support; payment I I.

Important In greening up win. If the grower divert between ....i.lulloni _____ :5 Ie wool
K ffr
20. and 40 per cent of 20 \VorcU fir> less one time________ J>5 !Mrmorluln. -
ter-weary lawns, according to
turf specialists with the FlorIda his base the lower rate an- It not puld, In Mlvance___________- 1.25 C'arilit' of, Thanks, up to 50 word______ 2.M

Agricultural Extension plies to the minimum diversion Keyed or Illlnd AditKuch _____________ j3 Or 50 words _____________ 5o ffDlnplay wood"

Service.: and the higher rate to additional word over __ .03 al!. In damnified. _"UO per Luck

Some folks like to crew-cut the balance diverted. The

thrlr lawn by shaving off the higher rate h one-half of the

dead debris of the freezs. county' total support rate. Expert Recapping
big I
REFRESHMENT SET DEALER !. But. remember that scalpingIs But If the grower signs; up fly Cilenn Ready mix concrete. concrete !; : WORKS

for the Indians or the professionals -- ; (Pee Wee) Crewa I.e: i block, house pier, sand Cement I& UIMIOLSTLKY Pilatka,

so scalp with rcsT- Also Full. line of mortar mix.: roc 1:, steel. 7iO Lmoo St.:

One Hl.iss Free WithPurchase vatlon or you might return William. Bulbs that can be I I NF.W: TIKKS: TRt K1 i elite shell limerock. roof Furniture R*!,alrcd.ITphoNtered ,

of 10 Gal.Jas. ; vow lot hack to a sand bed. planted are mnirvllls, paU-1 TRACTOR AH SIZES!:! .lead The Cla slfdal) r gravel lintels. BRADFORD I I & RefinihedMATTKBSSIM

(;: 1. A HIT You I If .gnu have already made this' alum nculus calla nrj: tub'M'Owa f yellow 1 I.: a ranu- \ Pmnnytvanlit. It ItnnlnpIIAKDY IF YOUR NAME IS!;i, Starke ENOH. CO. Phone 964-2521) tfehaFEV10N : : : : RKIHIILTJ (
ml tike. then ronsl-ier
Have Kffi'ived 8TiimMers plant- Vorcta.'jlr' HaMfru'is BROThERS "FOUND:"< AMONG: T1IE InnersprinR"

You (;Jet Ins a Planting new lawn. SrhrrlulpIf I Ilk"! to "prl broccoli)/ : !f i",ilj'in'f mav: I SAI.VACE YARD (CLASSIFIED ADS. CAM,, and Hox Springs!

Pitcher Wit h Purchase Chinese cnMi.in".: hencl .lottne. U.S. Sni-NortkI 'AT TUB TKLKr.IlAPIIOFFirfi .: : : H.ORIST Iron I". \ C'srd lOr Tall
you' want K'lvlloll foRiislrr VKT.K 1194.! THOMPSON: ST. I :.\ .V9IBB
-S ; FOR A f P.\U\TK\
Of Oil leaf lettuce, onions gar-len
Change I
or Mother's Day plant I'" nt.\('I': TICKET TO TilE FI.OIU]f i'pio"i. : 9BI-ms MRS. Tfr.OV SIMItf-R' :

,\ Filler. Our Way ,r' I thrm bv the, last of this peas, 1I'Ilihotators; nn'l' spin I AT ItfoUI'C'tU: uvrr.H: ')THEATRE.BE I>t M<;iir !nnt-xii'ii or am-103) 20' r.:. Adhlns St.
ach during' the mun'hNEWri II
O f Saying Thank rg'nll ., I month Plant groups" of cormi I AUTO. IHK.. : IMMT I lllsriNCTIVK: H.OWI.KS Statue Agent

Von t : "I'vrrv' two werk* from now until : IKHI.K; I':. ONNFIl: \/ We Wire flowers Anynlitretfr'i'
'IlilH. Offer, K;"plre" warm weather and you'll i 1. INSlHtANC'K: AOKNCIV" : : AUTOBODY
other moos
buying COUBY
,. -a Hook before any
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---'--- T'ead out the flowering sea- tfr-hn
Msircli'' IJ 3. IUU5: I nKPAAUTO
Encyclopedia M A. Payne.
Ihi.s: Set Can He Your,, Just For Coinju; ; Phillips (>(Ij i Ron of the blossoms Be sure -- your local rrprrsentatlve since! A C ELLISREGISTER PAINTINO
to (rent the
rornrw before!
nl-intlni to prevent diseases (Insurance Problems? 1B5S. P O. Box 803' Phon. FHEE: EartMATEH

Start Your Set Today! Treat In : corms bv shaking them Call The Mm From I I Ii ADULT EVENTNO: CLASSE tfchU
a pnper bag containing FOR RENT -.- Two concrete
.1\l school refresher
eym'itone'George -Basic and high
FpergonThe/ I i hloi-k hoiispn on Laura StOne

Him: YOUR FAVOKITi: ; PHILLIPS:; 6'(> DKALICR) : punting/ schedule also ECONOMY\ I E. Laruc !. furnKhed Each a 50 per instruction courses Start Indl.lduallze at ally Urn FOR SALE .4 I r. 3 full bath

Includes) roses Wh"n nlanre-1 In advsn'-e. Hall la V. home pa"11"1 llp" 2 fr
mo CB ;
HURST PHILLIPS 66 SERVICE In January, rosebushes will ff ,donn heights Knlaht. Ill W C..ll FIt. ttm'hruleNislill '2 00. )per' course of 18 wet'bNegr. laundry room; chulu
I CHAMPION .. ml n It students apply
< FUKL OIL FOil) not sprout; Kent-rally until l J J64t6zoth il Consultant, For All Your | partially -
721 :K.: Walnut! I'honc )(il- ALL Youii NEI'US: : frnst dangers are past Water' .. : ) AP11TMENTStJKht : air C'on<1lt."nt'l1.. Att..actlveprlre. .
Mov. Insurance Needs. High School. White Adult siu
PHILLIPS 66 SERVICE "roses at least once per week and water Phone 964- Call: l 376-0938, GMnm..
FOK (QUICK SKKVICK {- dents apply; to the Adult Education
If ,rnlnfall Is short Keep a : 5871 or 064-7271& Mrs. Bull- t"njf
(ill t S. Walnut Phone 9fi 1-0021 CONTACTJerome close, check for a disease called Represent (Jreat; : American Initton, t'rh < Office SE Wing US vllle.
t Ins.! Co.;I i Building rear 1 to 4 p. m
SHUFORD'S SERVICE STATIONPhone Johns "black spot" At th* first FOUNTAIN PEN The Traveler I..". Cu. FOR RENT-2 Bedroom dally or write! to Adult E3uea MALE HELP WANTEDMen
education -
sign' of circular les'ons on the health minimum
ONLY Tel 473-46U2 Pa) partment, Furnished. &A'I tion Drawer' 100. Starke Bust
782-37B7: LI" ley, FloridaHARRELL'S Oil Co. rose leaves, spray the plants 8th grade ue 21 t<"
lani, an'
413-4325 Nits, Center 8t Inquire at !500 ness foreign //I with a mixture of onp ounceof $1.79COSTS I nvillablw' tfehw! 59 Contact the Personnel Department
Auto Fire Home DUMlnu ter St.. Mrs. Ooldle rnusle courses'
TRUCK STOP Phone 9G4-9711 Captan, plus a few drops; of !MOnthly I'aymr... I'Un / at Sunland Training!
. Ii North of Lawtev, Fin wetting agent In four gal LESS TO BU'VI I Center. P O. Box 1150.Gainesville. : ,
Ions of waterOther COSTS LESS TO USE I We Have Moved Florida Bt.ohu 3 in
$8 PER MONTH! assume remaining '-
flower plantings Perfected Leve.nll.ctlon.
f'OR SALE: Good ''buslnes-! 6 payments pet! :.. Traltrr
baby's proven dependable by mil- IthiMlen I'ookkcepinn FOR RENT space
JEROME JOHNS OIL CO. Include alyssum. -
) : lions. of' users I anti! rellldrn till I properties In month on reooiweiwied '*4 ServiceNow with patio Over nUht( park
breath calendula, candytuft and Tax
/ Choice of'4 colDnFirmus Starke Improved and unlra model Swing Needle Dlal-O- Westmoreland TraU'rPark ,
IHSTKIIIIJTORS!; ('carnation clarkla, cornflower -
KnJ P. 0
II.I. ht.
66 proved hundreds -
Matlc Ztit Zag
c& =" Located at Phone 969-2151 or Pdt)-
PHILLIPS I '61(; OASOLINK; TIKES-MATTKUILS uct-me-not, galllardli. Renew polr.li* Drawer F. Ci y. tfchg of fancy stitches' automatic tfchg
One, medium or broad STUKKTFOK : 3291.!
-OIL lumOHI'NEPIIILIIIAT) ; : FUEL OIL larkspur, lobellint'mo.- buttonho'es sews o" 119!) C'KNTEH;

7ii:: S. WALNUT ST. PHONE !)()I-)7I1! I philc. Queen Ann's lace scab- Unconditionally guaranteed E I II PRE3COTT buttons, blind hems, monograms ) AIM'OIXTMENT: ::
iosa, Bweot peas, and sweet OuirinUtd iilntl dtfctlvtrlalt FOR SALE 19! U Chevy 11.
:- -- -- --- ,,. end FOR SAKR--Fill dirt top soil embroiders darns :
-- -. :: c.,"' worhmtniltlp Fof CALL 9693711OFFICE 4 door sedan, ralIo:: and heat
- repair or rpl.c.minl, word pen tractor work, new and usec patches, etc Guarantee
Call 9' 48881 -
Snd lit for kfitdllnl.$ I I. tllxlook. er Good condition
I Cirndn I, N J.Quimy building aupplle W. T. J*ck Write Credit Mar P. 0 ; HOITUS( after 3pm 2tchg I ?*

I VItoveys- ? J son Building Material *n4 M* Drawer. A, Stark* 3tp l'2fl 8 A.M.: TO 6 1V.M.: I

::: V ) I It.r ':hmory) Supply. Phone *M SCHOOL AND INSTRUCTIONS HOUSE FOR SALE OS
4001. tfchl LEASE: Larg 3 bedroom
: I Earn SiRS and up FOR SALE-Large tough Red
;;; 4 bedroom, kit.
r---i- and den or

Joe! FULL SUSPENSION FILES. I On Your LotComplete back operating hops,bulldozer and traders.dragline W' Wlgglers .75e:Klngslcy per hund Lake l'5R dDarncord' x chen 14' with ltrln! .breakfast-dnlnir! mom area,with 3T

will train on equipment gto
.. you our
25% I
more filing Fenced yard. Large{
capacity. Smooth drawers flrcpUce
gilding I t1 From Amtilta'l, F1rt1 Pinsssi.Bradford In Houth Florida VA f fapproved
roll the ::1 J mmlWO\1: : Rf.rossi.ssm; ) A fSFi) 135': x 137' corner lot LoWdown
quietly at
touch of ,
mere ,a finger. Easy to epera?.. For Information
4 MACHINES I I: payment 741 S West*
l"I I
Iqulpped with side fock compressor and guide rods. O4'EJJ# County Homes t write. Associated heavy Equipment SINGER COMPANY: 40J N. moreland! St. or phone 9*4gyu. .
Schools 2119 Lake
Heavy gauge ttoel. Built to last f a llfuttme. Mist Green, $ J $53.50 Per Mo. Christie Drive. Orlando. or Marion\ ( St. Lake City. P1*. ._tf-ht

Olive([ Green, Desert Sand Sahara Brown or Gray. I Telegraph run ma-3.137: 4tp :an>> 2-40Rl tfch FOR SALE--RCA 17" T V
e21s'c I KII. : ,: roi.niu) :
furnished good tone A
TWO ( : ] FOR RENT- room Good picture.

*" DRAWER..De.fe" Height' I I I 1'. (O.) Itox (OHOroanway .) 1101 I:. (all Ktrrrt apartment Private! entrance :i real bargain at $4S 00 c sh>

--- .WM. Hlqli B oo* par. WITH ior. I ) ItninrhJatkMinvillr. Three bedroom and two tile! i I 2:1W: & Lafayette Stitehe Phone Starke.! (9)4-5801:
:OLe :22Rt'll I :I,
:1':' lu"or ....... H'." 28"" 24" $4'.115 $53,115 i 114 bath home. Urge living room _

:2O2-13.-i.jlar 5;,.. .... l4." 17" 43,75 49.75 '. i t.26" ."-:- I".'. with kitchen and: dining. /: utility f) X HOME, :

202-18o-1error S.; .. 1Ai"! 28"" 17" 46.75 52.75 tw' I 12 Wide screen porch and patio | FOR SALB--3 and 3 bedroom OR I'\RK ,\ TKUIIK

02-Le9al Site ........Hri.. 28" 24" 11.70 ...Q.", J Call Collect Central heat. and attic fan'j i Incomplete shell type house< S(). 3
Custom Made For Exclusive residential I near Starke White and colored t.otJ of resell
30 acresS8.0OO
764. 1070 high and dry corner tot with $50 down No qualifying
THREE / .... CountHeIh l ; ;; for roam.'na!' on this tract tn.
;j 2 i I paved: streets Price and: terms ( Call Phil Black at Jacksonville
.. 41. Hit' ,
203-Le",,, Size ........ .'. O''." 26"'': 57.75 Ir= 1 Florida Living reasonable A..1 Thorn. 359-2804() 2tchg 1'28 cated! on paved highway neCtown ln

03-L"9al Size ........17 '," O'." 26"" 67.10 1 I Realtor. Tel *.-5'/DI tfchK -ptr! tank already {
:Nn< Sal.i lied,' or Commis- MAtE HEIP CUlm andSi'rvice FOR KENT-Sp.tciouj 2 bed- Pa thy ft-neert with well anij

fOUR Clft'/rR: 'I siolll'd EmlllI)) t'1 work Bradford Co OSCAR RITCK room unfurnished duplex! Abo i electric: pump for water Pin

# Ar"iAll,. 23-3': murrlfd furnished! apartments Nlc' and cypress! trees Only I8.0OO.:
20.4-L"II. Sis. ........ 14 o. .s'1' 26%" 5a.7' 71.O .,_,_ l You Get More Illlh School arad There collirt LADIES Do you' need money* location Reasonible W HNollmaix S(). 24S
04-L"gal Size ........ 17 .52' 76.05 '9.60'IVE k ii t
6'j" ) JJ 't" a4 .4 Oaln. :11t3-5RI 1 Up start now extra earning.1' Starke. Florida | 97 acres Packed .lth possl

.- For Your Work part-time near your tfcht. bllitles $29 500 Locate: on U.
CltA WEl.: .,Save. 23% Floor Spoee ft _". \rj.- 2.V ..CAR W\SII home showing Avon Cosmetics S Illway 301 with 1.320 ft.
C IIVorFKTIICO.MIMUE > Write Mrs Oulda Sweat.P FOR RF.ST---t:: room unfurnished and
lOS-Lol.or. Lir,, frontage! Pine cypress
........ 14r' 60" 26' 17.40 101.1'
'A.. <& Brad Larsen 0 Box 540. IJve. Pole FU house! 4J1 N St CU.r; timber 20 acrm tillable Good
-Legal 5is; ....... 111.. '
::26'' 92.95 106.70 ?
$ IlKFOHi: : ,OIT II'YMr. St. 8H J L. Silcox next door 7-room: bungalow Sturdy 2*

C: Like To Work : Amy AuCo-Trrla. Inc. FOR SALE Furnished apartment ltehg.m story barn. 30 x 30 muse! II
%'In..nl... 200! ( T..rram.r house Conveniently
r o set back from traffic nol H j
-.....' .. ,... :".. SI.t Apt. No. 21 H. Laudrrdalc.H. located at 208 N Cherry PENT3: bedroom unfurnished -
.... pCt' Good Terms8TROIT.
You Benefit
.v '
: Street. Down and house $50 00
: : ... I 4 payment I I RE.4ITY2iiT
Cof.'. STCEl DESK TRAYS LTIT..J: monthly terms Call 4-7271 month S.e W H Oraham at .h.
V Temple
Interlocki' In'o mu'l'pla' fian, Pu\\. All Si/on on l Hi"'II.IY i | I' FOR SALEby Owner con- _tfchg, Alvarez Store or call 964 IT. !S." MlFhane )
lior fee. Mist l Green Ol/: K 10 12 Wi Green. .. |
Desert Sand, Sjiaha &ro '' 15.i I hs and Kxpand-: home: lame living room with FOR SALE Three bedroom i p M14S

Cole Gray. *" or ,.'. smi __*_;-L_ nMes open flrC'placeIyrtle St home at Cherry Street $4500 FOR RErtv-Vleelr furnished f j f EX1''HICNX.1B.1I' > accurate

Dt'1( sor.iius :NEW"< &: USED I Tilt ft4-4flA3: 3trh :21VANTEflRide Terms Less for cash) Phone small apartment. Suitable for stenocraDhe By day hour o*

K,,.pt doiV orderly. Jm \i11 9 SING! nAY i I."e' 8 Years FinancingAvaikthte I II or riders! to 337 N Walnut Rt 944-3942
N.. So;,. fncli, ;;,. < comport- I Qnlne\tHe dally tA'a'eStarke FOR SALEby owner lovely j experienced gardener Browi,,

140 129 uiri'ZL3.M' JI.. "33Ol:!.40!..." "41 '"'IJ IttA"" Itcha and 10 acres for cash Phone :nil! It"h.
( I '.o be ulld for legal PlanPayments Under : 9tlot.M95 Itp FOR RENT House>> trailers.. 1

TWO TIER TRAY : THRU TIER TIIA\ : li.e. papcrl. 104" w, $:i0.00 Per :Month FOR SALE -hous* with 63 t and 2 bedroom Can be moved -t I FOR RENT Bachelor's at't.

No. S... ... t .*,. $... s.i 8.." h. )11\1" d. Rjbberla foot frontage 321 W Mall-( on your ,own lot Call 964- Completely furnished Inc.utilities. ..
227 l.n.f $r "1 l 4 329' L.ll.r $IISO: .I prol.ct' d..k. rOtORS location FOR SALE-srtth. no closing l Sl. J B White 2tp 34'' .. only ISO per mo. I
Oood business
'. 240 legal I 4) ><9 Ujal IJ.OJ I I N* 122 J .?.. $5.ZO:: Gray D.i.,1, MU io.j Omit.w Inhere Cli.e Cr Irose..n, Lake Geneva linn Phone 904-7371 or; M4-5671 cost Cozy. little Now home Is All'Cowenlenee. '' Johnle iisnuen. Starfce. Ft*..

your Phone 468-nt5t for a opt 11
I Trailer SalesON I tfc-ha chance: to own-your home. W. NOTICE t._ 44'hE 218 I
H Nollman tfch
OLD FASHIONED home Someone In this area to assume -

cooked Sunday dinner One payments on 1 i964< ZIOZAO FOR RENTt7ntumLih.d 3 I

: dollar per person complete;: INCOME... TAX : Makes Button holes bedroom< hotuw Class. in N)

Bradford Count: Telegraph'' I itt: 100-1 :Mil. S.E. Come and:! bring the fAtnlly Complete Tax Service monograms. -ws on buttons Pets :\In. R P Drmomt JM

''.: y I Keystone: HeightsOpen "/..It'., Drive In. U S 301 S Johnle hansen -& ml So of No credit needed 13800 Cash Park Place 2uh :% 4tte

Sunday dinner special served' Starke on US 3il Phone or 6 p :v ment., of S7 00 C.:: -

Sunday: and F.Ye-"rn acts Sunday. from 13: J p m. to 468-1766 for appt Budget Manager collect Jacksonville x or? ir"OE ", ( "qI
I I ''pm -itch 'S etehr! 3 IS Ft S-1211: Sep HI .


County TelegrapE8TARKE

FIA, TII-RSI,e. JAV. t*. 1MU


II, damental a democracy. I newspapers or has aome un- I T.iu. .... h..rofcy notiruil, that
A disturbing point I would 1 seen motive created such a a null, fnr lilvort hti.. l>. 'rrilin
ce like. to cover is the alienations fanatical desire that they Hicaliiat''' y..%i In thr nl .>\ .
nitiiuil Cinirt Rtitl cnu1Jkiul' \ ,
of a 1f1'OUP spreading false! hnve. become radical In their COUNTY .it- **"|,,,1.,1 Iri mr" i up. ,if
rumors." I !submit that the beliefs? I WITH \ .iir iiimwer or p'eudlnit In. th.
5.976 Bradford, .. I .,,uiluiiic,, i>n Ih* Hlalniili,, \ .
County real.I A chapel, chaplain full
'Gun ,.' \' ii >.n.. i."x rirnon "Irk.! >.
Battle' Resumed In Congress tered voters are not a collec- I time medical staff dentist, YOUR AGENT I'1 ,H'l 'i. .mil.. ril* th.. "" 111.1" "if>
Dear Mr. Matthews: i tlve mass that think or interpret one Instructor for .every elxhtstudents. .. ... ,.1'1. .' "T .Uie Clcik'' r I will not attempt to write 'n mi i mi"i i>n <..r..,
The mail order' gun battle has been The easy! accessibility! of guns was | topics the same. For thU I $30 a month whlU ; : i I.' .i i\ ...r li'et>"fiiai' \ ini .
resumed on Capitol Hill, and this time illustrated in a recent tragedy in as if this is a thesis for a Ph. reason. It Is not quite possible I there. and ISO saved for each .' .' tin- nllKnll'in", -r
there la face D. I am not privileged to have for people to oppose or support month they compl t&. This JI ,i.: iint will l I" t.iu. n 'IH
a ,
new the front lines.
on Washington when .
a 14-year-old l boy > 1 l hI> VIHI.11
Rep.' John V. of New York a ghost writer at my disposal\ a project for dlffoiettrcnsons :'' should attract many goojstudenui. I L" .- I, .. .' nhitlt. IKiMilillnh" Lindsay charged. with killing a cab driver, obtained nor do I possess the Intellectual : ? Surely by now most : In fact if we gave! I . i 'ii n ,>k tur fnui. ,. 11-
is about to Introduce a new bill which the he said from his .-' . .
16- .
gun capacity to reach such h.we had the opportunity I our present hUh school students \>t -" III Ihv llr.iilr ill
would establish mild but effective controls year-old brother. The brother, in I lofty goals In the literary to hcnr all sides completely I tlvse, same benefits It I I I ;:', .'., I;',,,1:,'" ',rh.ii, ilnv i r .Innu-.

over the virtually uncontrolled turn, told police he had bought thegun world. However I must convey coverlnn the would reduce! drop-outs to I ..

sale of mail order guns In the United from an unknown man in a grocery aome of my feelings about th* If the straw 8P1'ctrum'l. practically! nothing -il I'M\i,x i. i ii. '''' \

;States store. contioverslal proposed Job fall then It I:* only ""rnlls.* | These wrlteia nave u" some 'i..1 1.i 1. ., I''... "n.xiinri" i .turt.

When asked if he thought jrun legr- The subject was brought home locally Corps Training Center.' I hope! the elected! and appointed lepresentatlon other facts. We should not I i'h: I' I I''d..'1"I"'k' ", M....... .
'i. lation had I can do this once! without feel thU: they aie: / be permitted! to disagree. with |l I "
any more chance of pas- last week when city police reported i iiprscr ; ii t Jf
having to pay for the privilege. endowed \\ lthI.dum and: I our elected' leader., and tho.ii
flage in the 89th Congress than it that .22 calibre pistols: had been power that gives them I

did in the 88th. Rt>p. Lindsay replied found in several instances!' recently on For the record. I am one of Ixnort" the wishes/ of cviseto thii I that oppose this program "areopposed
to ,
any change, social TII. t"l1.aorn." ""P Mowrma
"Only if it is accompanied by a great, arrested for other violations
persons! people. would '
the "unidentified" i hope th.it: tills economic ''Everyone
persons \ !
or ..._
countrywide effort on the part of of the law. It was reported that the who are ptesently conducting; I does not happen.;) 'I to his own belief but BtxiAL: 8KCUH1TY: report ,I'D nnrrrmcnt: to Unit effect. .- :,.-"p; ..
tlmo for FAItM: L.M1OU 'I'hi, members of tlii crew" :-::- ..ip' .:.=.::-
thinking people who really care--and pistols were being bought locally for the straw ballot. To go a bit I am not going to elaborate II often tlve thanks to OoJ may ;

with 'some pushing- the part of the as little as $12 and that no recortl farther. Post Office Box 970 to great length* a. to why I t that I'a* blessed! to be born I'! bo It due U !Mond.iv u it- likewise not tlie farmciomployooN. !' ::. '-"" ._-- t'. -. '-...
Administra tion." Statke. I U tht easy to mi.sliurrpiviitume : but \voik foi ihi --..'-'- ... .
was being kept of the sale or of the Floilda rented In oppose Center In this In a country that permits Its '
The confrontation between proponents ; name of the purchaser. the name of Rodney P Hitll.I area. Tbese polsts have been lowest cltlnen to dlsare of tlie regulations wo crow, loader. A uoiufkle, crewle.itler l.Ji' ; ...;'''':';.i''';'
must: follow We., hnve lin.line : nhouU be ri'tititcred' bf& r... t ", .10 -:- I
and opponents of gun legrsi! ..tioii Confronted with this alarming information It 10 wrong to try to determine covered time and time a an In, with the highest office bidder thlnkliiK that If you paid with the Iutcrn.il' Revenue I ... .'t! t t""I" :,"" '';;' I
promise* to be heated. Sen. Thomas the Council quickly moved I'I the wishes of the people I feel that t am well Informed of this great country. furm labor on" piece-work Sot'vice.A .
J. Dodd. of Connecticut has I ? Why did the proponents on the Economic Act I have "Congress' shall make no
just introduced to have an ordinance prepared similar basis you did not have tj
ay "they had read the Act, all law
more uressfnft! a\tillable
respi-rtlng. an establishment
his mail-order) bill in the to the enforced in Jacksonville bother about six-lul
gun one thin** to do" when I offered Government data. followed the of religion or prohibiting securityTHAT rowKnrui. CHEMICAIput ::
Senate with what amounts to a verbal which requires the gun dealer to make to underwrite the cost? It U news media and had A two- the free exercise thereof IS WllONOIf Into the gioutut arounJ world

declaration of war on the gun lobbies, weekly reports of his sale of weapons. a strange philosophy for a hour Intpl''lrw'Ith the Director : or abildgliiR. the. freedom a fanner puyi wn employee I the root of u It'C'IIh'pe' l*

\ which he describes aa "an unreasonably The proposed ordinance would require public servant' to have more! for the State of Florid of upeech or of the. press; or |lko! or more In a calendar "lIuI'IJ
and unjustly opposed !mall. vocal the denier. to report the .raiiber. pressing things to do than With these facts.' I cannot the right of the people peaceably year the tax! must. bowithheld trer. Hut DON'T you believe news

t and well-organized hard core minority make and description!' of the gun sold, find out what people want condemn the Economic Act or to assemble, and to petition .. It loes not nutter It and IK)N'T you spend yam

which has killed every serious including: the serial number of the la It possible a fear exlit- I the reason for It* being However the government for a If tlii. pay L* bv Ihe hour by money for, It In
Attempt! to amend the Federal firearms A ed that the wishes would not the basic protest for the redress of grievances.. the dav, or by the IMFCK: such ThU. trii.clliiM. R.tleani.in
weapon. person buying the .gun coincide with their own? As Implementation of tln Job I I ,ws a flat or a ImmperOr have been ,
laws since their enactment in the pray that the radical m.ijr to vaur plurr
l' O's:' would have to give his name, age. occupation an elected official. I wouU Corps Training Center In' this mlnoilty that would >eul If u laborer" work* 20 or may come niul in tu sell\
i-v fcusTNi
and residence address on the have no alternative but to accept area Is missed or |urpo.sly or nullify this great freedom! dnv, or more In u calendar you thin bill of' uiMitls' Mix I *
Hep Lindsay explains that under report. Dealers failing to comply with Uie mandate of the people Ignored. Through the vuiloiisedlloilals will always remain a minority year, you must. pay IIIM'lallll'c-, Is nil ulr pl.mt It tloes not

the proposed) new letrislation, any per provisions of the ordinance would be t know my position will ( and letter, the urlty.Ho. depend" \ on the tree foi fiMi I INo

ron who wtmts a gun and is legally !subject to a fine of $}OO or a 90 day have far-reaching political reader Is lead, to believe that" Respectfully.F If either the $ISO: test or chemical! will priii-lrate'" ---- -,

competent to have one, by mail or jail !sentence.! ramifications. Rumors have If this school Is not Instituted L. llerrlngton! Hie 20-diiva-lii-a-yeur, tes>, liinadr the tiuiik of a prcuu' tree anj Chrhtlon Sctanc: MonltoeCo

otherwise) will not be denied the right The Council is to be commended on already confirmed thU. Ai one I here It will not( exist at all Box! 331Oranae: social I nc'cuilty MUST luivc, a kllllnir effect on most Norway:it.. IMI- MOM.Oil 15Plas :

to purchase ;A gun." Opponents of gun its quick action to halt a practice that writer said this Is the hazard For the readers, Infoimutton Park., Fla."OPPOIMTMrV be P lId If either of these We IMVH hud severul. calls 1 cnlnr. subscitptian to thManltM .

Jcsdslation .have sought to convey the has become a threat to law-abiding of one's chonen occupation( one large Job Corp\ Training' conditions are nn>t. the \vagrn" ii.Hklng uUiiiit' ( this ni-w nuiti'i- far the period crw<"ed l bhnr. *-*

ini press ion that the right of gun ownership citizens of the This la e' prclally true In an Center' will be !located In Florida must bt> reported, January of Ill We an(' glad, you enlleU I sncto** T- WA FurxJilD
| community. Strict enforcement elected office, but this In fun- t do not know how( many the fulliiwliiK year, For Instance. tUllY wltli tho VI'OV"Inhltn'
by sportsmen or collectors of the ordinance, as soon as small centers that Staikecnuld : KNOCKS"IVnr 19(14( Agricultural! labor<) lnU' we liivo; hint Call! us II\ YEAR 124 D 4 moninl\ f 12QJ
.xvould! I.i denied under these bills.Rep. It i III passed, should be a first! order of I absoib will be located In Mr Mall hew: must b<> 1'1'1")1'\1',1| \ l by thi> there. Is. any qu..Llolabont. a -.uha 1
Lindsay also denies that then bu ine<* of the police department.In ther of the winter our heatIng FlaiUU !Ur) 3 R M.uid*. tlie We've all lieurd the expression of till niiinth Tintixi'ji. "II// main' 1.1.'nl..1, ). I'lomI".t-

w legislation, would bring. any infringement the meanwhile, the public should I aystem would conk out Director for the Hlale of Fkir- quoted above and we I P'llit! wlii'n" i h,' reiHiit\ .li tiwlih \\,- i
have all lienid Hut It l Ill III." I1SMIn
of the right to bear also and that Yof"d" have to depend Id.i refeis to the may tho iiiterii.il rtcveniuService :
arms."There make its large
wishes!! known on the e renters knock only In llf I lriul'< I nurl, .llr..ilf..r.< I II
is no right." he declares.Mhich national front by writing or wiring on the' ias oven and as "ITibim Centers" Does With re-apportionment ouoe H lime starIng !- | INH,)> .I'l.irl.Mi.. In hnM..er> _

does not have certain limitation Representatives the! fireplace to keep u:I not the terminology "UrbanCenter" Now n CHKWIRADFR': I- .. ., I
our .and I.
us In the face, with the State.ssisft .
.ZIP .
not ,, Caeity ____
warm. The oven did fine, but Itself suggest that the considered" to be ''ho cmplovee .' .iln.f
*. Kven the right of free. speech.uhlch Congress that stricter I II
laws on the possible Itxis of race tratk. tax. ,, ,
the! fireplace. proved to tx1 center should be> placed' adjacent of llu,> finner, unlo tie Ml 1')(,&
is: tho moNt absolute guarantee sale of mail order guns is desired and I funds $3:14: ()(H O lit 11114-06 and the T ll'li' ,. "
nothing but one! big urmwtgf 1 to a metropolitan farmer have n wilt
I' l I. II
in the bill of
rights. ..
demandt'tl.I which have hrlpcd to finance'' .,
pot. area? Arcoidtne to Dr Hand, '
the cost of our county educational .
the pioxlmlty la the. Centerdoes
!system! \ and other routs
We hadn't u".d It alt winter i not set the criteria for
I Time To Lick Another of county government with
Disease and of course Sam rllnlblllty In the Corps. Selections
notification bv the federalgovernment
should h..'e built a small of eniollees and basic

From now until spring, it'.. opens The Journal of the American Medical \ 1"l'e first, to bo! sure that. ground rules will bn handled the United" mate to all.,,* that counties' com In

'Hi>on on measly-catching among the Association hits'! declared editorially fireplace was "drawing out of Washington Tilts being pUll lire with titII rights. laws

mail-fry of the nation. For many children ; I properly But no. he laid a the case. why sre we pursuing I Is expected or all frderal sup-
bl., fire. Including a few the humane. aspect I think
, of measles only
a means a
"In light of our present knowledge, pint to our educational sys
hunks of creosoted lumber. this site would leaveus with
fvvr !splotches on the face and body, teUwill be withdrawn and
. the!! most' effective attack againut the and when he put a match toI only, one advantage. .
But for parents, and many other children wllh the knowledge that our
disease! is prevention. Prevention of I It, nothing but smoke' happened. lION'F.Y'Whll. I
it can menn real tragedy.KvMence county I III among the top of
measles varcination is logical ..
by a approach r am on the subjectof /
: that an encounter with I the lint of all Florida counties
to control of the disease, superior .,
| money let tm examine a In receiving welfare. aid and
common measles! can do lasting m-ntal to passive immunity. Vaccines ; Now as all you fireplace rxperts ( facet of our tax expenditures. ,': anu.ng those on the bottom, of

and physicnl! damaJet'( to the child I isno presently available killed or alt..nuatf'Ct know any old fire may A writer recently challenged', the (Ut In I XT capita Ineonm.whfii !.

lonrf confined to medical meetings. live ,virus are the first significant 1 puff out some smoke at first. [ our right to question, will 1 It IK a known fart tl>atniont

Now that this common disease of advances In the eventual solution so Sam wasn't alarmed and, whom Ihe pilule corporation < of our high school graduates

chililhood, can be prevented with vaccine of thin problem and deserve! \ attention. kept wallingfor "hat he I II the recently chartered BlsiidIng al" foiceil to .seek rmployinent -

*, the public. .nhmild be made a- ." I thought was a down-draft. to VorstlonsI and Technical' oulsldi* of this connty. .

\vaie nf th*'_ utatUtics which may quit Hut It never did. and I School, could'" da business. Ifl when It Is realised thai
pro\c !"hocking: About 9. per cent of the population only I by dousing the fire with us pursue that The Bradford meOt employment In the area
contracts measles' at one time or another water, did he stop the bellowing County Commission U. prewntly I' related In foun or another <
is one
--Out of e.ich. 2.10 children who tontal"t -
-some, with very mild cases, clouds of smoke Moral diverting $.000 annusl-, lo local slate 01' n*'
measles one child !suffers a mental don't even rf'COlI'nI7"> it as lIuC'h.1t'C1I:\ | start a little. fire first II | ly Into a pilvat ..ol'parallon'l i iTlie llonal gavrrninent' I such a*

si-tback.' cal authorities !say that about one | unlem you want to feel like 'j Bradford County Chamber tho.e employed In til". srhuolVtrin.
In one child in every 1,000)( measles case In sin has. complications of which a ham In a smokehouse. of Commerce The City of In and by the. city o!. ANa ('

projrre''.''es'! to ...nc..phalitl"hleh is pneumonia, bronchitis and inner ear I Hlarke allocates $!*, OOO Thl I It the county, the civil defenseroa : 0-11-
I We had excltement til.not) of Ux monies Tli'liradford '- ]
fatal in one-fourth of the cases and trouble the moat common some <1 department fish andisme.
are at our place. .h..n I Ust. < County Chamfoei of I forestservices. .
can CHUM? Listing and severe brain .. hlghwsy patrol
t ilamjijro in nnother third. One group of researchers! estimates! Saturday a suspicious character I Commerce recommend to the Development) CummlMlon. -

:Mensl I"- the big red type-is nowconsidered that more than half the children who ran to avoid questioning Oovernor the appointees I foi UUraiy\ I'osl Office '
get measles /suffer !some form of by the law, and lhchase the Bradford' County tvvrlopmenl HUte. iMsim, Nation (luard.farmer' .
No. 1 killer and crippl
brain involvment through only one centered In the wood Aulhorlty. who In return mmket. Hicreationdepartment .
'!r of children among communicable In a thousand goes into encephalitis. In back of our house Union receive. ttOOOO annually of the. I and, other such

ilivis: ,>s. And Recording: to health au- inflammation of the brain. County Sheriff John Whitehead H.."" Track funds Tlie llnid- the Agricultural. F.I"nlll'" '",

thoritic_ thin nefd< vaccine is available Years alfr). nothing( could be done J Jafterward tlw aforeminUnned '
!, which: Surgeon bloodhound .tot k and soon I II Authority set-up J Clinic. dwsul. It *eem slrange
(;'''If'riLl Luther A. Terry says can .about this brain involvement so doctors I the woods reounded private corx ratlon. that the flrnt program\ devised,

wipe out measles in this country within simply kept quiet about It. There with baylnt as the I which hs tl rre mem bv the ,Federal, government. In

two years. Hut apparently this was no point In founding. the alarm dog worked, along the flllll-I j "born in botti corporation* and'I rrmiix years to nnk*. an rffuU,
when nothing could be. done to combat lire's trail three member In anotherrounty. ,
fact i j. not generally known, for parents In rellevlnt lli<- .already ovetburdened
haie Ixtn slow to take advantage the disease. I for the purpose" of operating la* puyei in the

of t the measles vaccine, in contrast I Hut all this is changed now with The cha e li-d to our back i a school in another, It I future, shnuld rei,'elve the opIMmltlon < .,
fence line, about ISO' rounty With llil set-up people ItU
to their enthusiasm in flockingIn the new vaccines! which are said to lJe only the of Hie very
feet from our houae, and on ran have all the Integrity esentually to help?
clinics for the polio vaccine that virtually 100 per cent effective.The word Implies and the nobll'd designed
Sheriff \
reaching- that point : To nie. till is opportunity
has already made infantile paralysis time to recognize the hazard Whltehead cam to the hou** of all causes however. I can Tlie UUnJin Vocational.

nlmnst a thing of the past. This public and eradicate the disease' Is here. Two and handed Alice a Illtl pistol not roncrlv tx,w anyone can 'Training Centei: hai. been referrrd

( nathy toward measles, combined with types of vaccine are currently available for protection, and then say lh. ta.pyrr has no right lo a* -Community fur

t the myth that it is a "harmless", dis- to physicians, and a third-an took off again. So during the j j to r.pct aome Idea of how II Opportunity, ..

.f'a...... i i. th biggest !stumbling blockto improved one-shot ,vaccine is expected emergency, Allre., had a pistol hl. money I I. spmtU A large. slrcrsft' mduslry. '

/ making it al. o "a thing of the past" to be on the market I'hflrtty.Farmer's as well as an "over-and- has been .ald that .1 I Ins'" already pledurd (u< <** ,

uruUr" thanks to the sheriff's should pull together arid a plant In tlie rlty <>f TlK''"!'
I Ito
thoughtfulnesa. build With this. I concur Hut I .vllle... 04 If Job Corp,*
round here do UiU. we have to all un- Vorsllanal, Tralnlnu ,reritei' nIrMated
Diary All the while. lam ws. 1 II drmtand what each other there Tlie City of Our iiimily do-it-youi-sclf book

But the area it HI ha berries over on the Eunlre Road with wanti for our community and TheJlfl..vlll" ha, entered int"ni

., ... M.cUYe7 a* aome at the fruit was iDrputle( Robert Or.en. A-hi i quit eond'rnnlnit each other. > otutli>"rwi lo locate .a J''
protected from timlnt on blc I ley Brown and Ruwell Redding when omeon'B. vl 1 ws are! nol Corp* Cenler

bushy pUnU However grower where the fugitive hadbeen In rcimplrte agreement. with : Our Chamber. of Comtner' "
"Ye*. we have no bananla A romponlle of The passbook for a savings ac'rouni( with us'is
'. Mr It wUI be about .Uwerks sUhted by Phil Eunk-e: earn has |ii"t recelvej I a eommllment
.. our Ulrme font this before any m.01 Boon afterward the man. wa Ides* and views 1 can be a from a Urge Itulmtry ilocate ..

we k. aj our banana tree ume production .U1 b* reached caught when IM attemptedto healthy/ thimi If It U put Into 'i In Bradford< CountviMiuld a"farnily do-it-yourself book."Systematic

.land* brown and wtlted and not then it morefreeses to ero 4 301. pro;...r perspective' tlw renter. ,le I... alf I
from last week's front At Very truly your* pi earnings. make possible
intervene j here. savings.> us .
that. the tre* held oat until P. Hall, II
Latter with the prUor>er Rodney I I am Informed.. 1 Uiat mi'
Jan. It before thlrerlng It- You might know tht 4urIn safely handcuffed. In a d"SI! I RODNrY: P. HAIL other eomrn'inltle, tlirmih many wonderful things most families could

..If) &Into a coma, and that I the first really cold w..a- uty's car. the prMM congregated I lout America. *r'. now be'lii-

_U a pc 'tly tnnd TforA tor at our null box, o-it I II II!I tllnd in show interest In "I,'. not enjoy otherwise. will be happy

front and hashed over detail* v.-ar tAhtor: rVn
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH of tbe cha e. while Uie blood I I Tl.e Utters to the elltorU I 1014I. to start your family's do-it-yourself book.

hound "Rork" listened patiently .t week were> excellent! for on, bell** that wrltlxens -

ESTABLISHED 1879 BT tnre ..,. KhertffWhltehead i They carried& more Informs- I| ''rK'ilJ land up JHbe '
said that Ruck l Ie :!,I non abuut trM Job Corp* counted< In favor and
B. L l ...."....... Corro .MO Pu*>uMiajA his beat dOC and hat a number TrslnltHi Hdwol U>*,n had port of l< rsl rfftfrt to lmat<-

of successful nun-hunt been punlMhed. In any lucal a Job Cvfp" Training "ent" FREE GIFTS FOR THE THRIFTY!'
1",. _,. Oiotar WCIKLT Ncw*.*..t. PVIBCIVMCO CowTiNwouaiv to hU credit. p"r .
UMOgoi TNI f AMI MATMCAOEACH I They Mated so fnny fjcti Ulrwerely.
The prUoner' sru.ered one*, -thM Wave* thl writer with John' A Torod.* At
a".D Txuaaoar AMO 1E..ca Aa .tco o Cie* "An.. AT TxPofT tlons about the chajv freely UM ImpreMton tbat The Tlpl.le

Oeic AT .'....L FVA, Uoofa ACT Of MAXM a. t*,*. and then In telling of the'. rarfi a>vd otlier local p..p-r>

tN> tart of It said. "We were have tuppresiied tlte new* r"r. Ni""ir ...,.""IT fer II.. First Federal Savings and Loan
IJ.3O .
SIX MONT10 f 200OUTRtDie trrtnc to hop a train to get urroMfldlng this) athool>>1 I>> war f_ ..U.. C_ hs tint

TRADN ARMA ONK TNAK |4IM . MIX MONTHfl 1129 I way We knew It n aval"the *- these writetiave. a sourrof eeleel. VMir fa ell. "" '''H.'UCCHII Association of Slarkc

law. In Ilorlda to hitch Information that u no( :' ( '__"1.. .... TtI.I-: :
hike.' :21:!I" V. Templer.. Phone ">ri.0.0lBradford | :; (>
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tV'V'VyYvYv' ....,.. ......................"..."......'tTY, I '.......7........................., happy in their new surround- I Evans-Watson ....................... I Wltherspoon.The Dlsulct WSCS "Day I the Mr room. Julian number Ashley Is 582 u VI! :

''; injs.ffirnest : Apart" was held ut the High I log her husband who( Is .ta t J

LAKE GENEVABy Tomes loft last Friday | EngagementIs MELROSE Spring Methodist Church tioned at Patuxent River :Olcl

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS for a trip to Minnesota to AnnouncedThe to 2
I m.
I II Wednesday! from 10 a.
E. C. La..nrho visit his mother who Is not in 4 _t Uy Mrs. Grant Ro.bhan me' p. m.

By Mary K. SrliurfferFIREMEN I % 173-4061 very good health. I engagement of Miss Jan. 31. at. 7:30p. : CARD OF THANKSThe
\ 473-4320 or >.AA A A A*A A AA.AA*A* A* On Sunday.
.I I Mrs. Emily leon, the first Anne to Dr. :
. . . I Ba.bara Evans m. a church-wide School oMissions family of Dellma Couro
.6A.&AA.----...' u U H H ....................;,........4.... retired Postmaster to move Alfred Beresford. Watson Jr. i The Melrose Woman's Club I extending over five, wish to express their heart

Into the Retired Postmasters' Is announced by her parents, j met Wednesday Jan. 20. at will be I
: ENJOY I----------------1: Roy Bridges reports that he consecutive Sundays felt appreciation to all fw
i i Village Is acclimated to Lake Col. and Mrs. James A. EvansJr the club house. The program '
SChOf'neman kindnesses
TKKAsrilE; HUNTOn I Is going[; off on a business led by Mrs. Albert : their many and expressions
Saturday evening. Jan. I were 32 visitors from : trip the 29th. He will attend i Ocneva' and Keystone Heights Il'wai )$ of Hunter. Air Force Base | was a talk: by Arthur Elliot I and her as lstant.. Th* of sympathy in tbelJ

:23 Keystone Firemen and I and 16 Kyestone, members. the Automotive Purls Show In t very quickly. She has! gotten -3 Oa. i| on "Behind the Iron Curtain"and text. "Spanish Doorways." iii I recent bereavement.
I i Involved with the Woman'sClub. ___ and Mr A. B. color slides were shown
theii wl.'es enjoyed an excitliuc Results were. 9-hole low net New York' and then go on to Mr. Wat'onj j available for $1- Learn mori''
clue with 4 teams. ;, Circle Meetings, etc If I II of Keystone Heights. are parents I, Luncheon was served at noon C
treasure* hunt. the tournament Chlcuxo for the show there on about our Spanish-American I
At- Emily is a representative(! of' of the bridegroom-to-be! Hostesses were Mrs. CUrenctHelfrlch.
various team
the Winning
for which led / February 7. I 'rlend.i.
I the Postmasters who will in the Air Mrs. James B. Lackey -
4,1',1. who Is a captain .
teams Into three counties twood's with net score Marilyn Bridges drove' to I The 5th Sunday! Fellowship
of Betty | eventually fill up the "Vlll- Force Medical Corps at Hunter. t and Mrs. L. W. Necfus.Winners Should the NeedAria.
:Knell: team consisted of four Team consisted Birmingham. Ala. to visit her : Dinner will be held at Camp-,
age, we can certainly look I| of the Dupllcat.; : w. aM'
winning team Attwood, Katie Martinez.: Dot I 12:30
the U. at
persons' and sister. Mrs. Hill Binnnon. She vlllc. Sunday. Jan. :
was Kitty McGlave Brenda tic Parks and Ne.llle Stalling was accompanied by hr ;' forward to more of them comI The wedding will take place j Bridge Club for last week, include o. m. Bring a covered" dish Crutches &: Can.t

and Char- ; I IllK. Ed Larson on Sunday Feb. 21, In the the following: : Mrs\ I Koch
Fox. *
Carr. Everett : nll'Ce.ho has been hervisiting I and your family Drugs
Kits From Lnke Geneva I and Mrs. R. P
Hunter chapel.
match Nassau Emory Cooper
lir. Tolford. I 18-hole team Grandma Brldits' Boy Scout Trooo 100 Of
MoMIe\ Home Park attended Ecole: I I first place Mrs. Ray pr..e.S5SI5C ...SssMw
Mary 'I Miss P.'ans Vogh, ;
While others were looking scoring with 4 teams. since Christmas. Final RitcsWednesday Melrosp will hold a Court of Free .
behind and around all of the Brokas' team won with seven r T W. Baker and sons have Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rhuman I de Toul-Rosler in Nancy+ I Becker and Mrs. Alice Blrken! Honor Thursday. Feb. 4 at the I eu..ry

posts in the vicinity of the points. Mary Brokas Brooks I purchased a highly pediaredbull | have as their guests Mr and France, the American Schoo1 i bach second place: Mrs. Mar) Parish House.! Lloyd Baldwin I

the station. Kitty McOlav Collier. Vests Allten, Margaret from the Long Leaf Plan- | Mrs.! Jones from Kndicott N, In Coreux. France and Belleville ,I Cook and Y The Joneses and the Rhu- College in Illinois Mrs. O. M. Allen
Junior third place:
bad u brain storm and founi: Campbell.! Doris Ottlnaer. tation in Alkens, S C I in soil and water conservation -,
Mildred mans are old friends' and it U Mr. Watson attended Emory Jr. and ).[1'8. Ry Starnes
and State
Saturday Marshall Edwin Larson
the final clue in a Betty Mr and Mrs. T W. Baker I J. : Richard Beard will receive -
f'vl'lllnpost on the table\ In Lemmond were members of I just recently spent three days I, hoped that they will like It Treasurer and one of the I, at Oxford Oa... Emory University !-I fourth place. I Merit Badge in anJma'iIldl1try I KEYSTONEDriveIn
well enough around here that In Atlanta and Emory The MaJael Pearnall Circle
the team. early developers of Keystona
the recreation) room. vacationing in Baitow and a basketry and 1st
Credit for wiltingclues an( A delicious luncheon wasserved :' day in Ocala at the Stock they will want to stay on with Heights died suddenly Sun School of ,Medicine He hat members of the Methodls' .lass rank; Billy Joe Chine Theatre-

planning the Modus Operandl at the conclusion or' Show. us. day while making a speech at been a student director of Church met Tuesday at 2:30: sud John Chamble will receive i "

goes to Bill Morgan and his Mis. Bertha Edwards of Mrs. Howard Cross la in a the dedication of a new! EasterSeal I ports and was affiliated with at the home of Mrs. A. J 2nd caB rank; Toby FrU Sat. Jan. 29, 30MURRHEE

wife Ellen. I play.On Sunday Jan. 24 theladlt'li Jacksonville spent last Thursday Starke hospital. Her condition rehabilitation center In I Eta Sigma Psi leadership society I Duel Paul Morris. Freddie
: hua- it much improved and all. her Tallahassee. the Honor Council Ph ,
A delicious buffet supper group sponsored with her mother. Grandma Cook. Lawrence Harper, and
friends and neighbors wish Sigma biology honorary, Bl the 1964 year will be held on I
tournament: <
was served and credit for band-and-wife Kennedy.Mr. Mr. Larson was stricken Jetry Weeks' will receive their
her well and a quick return to Phi Feb. 2 for business and com-
for golf i ma Chi fraternity and
food tournament his
after speech
buying and serving[ goes else a and Mrs.' Buddy O'Stcen soon starting Tenderfoot badge.
H, the Park In good health. Chi medical fraternity. Hei mi ;te. reports. Chairman ol
to F.ank and Dot Nooney. Ingles. Mr. and Mrs. J. are the proud parents of a and death resulted about 30 Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clarence -
There was music and danc- Hpnnles won low sross: with baby boy. named Joseph Earl. Mr. and Mrs. William DueIf minutes later as the result of i completed his Internship last hostesses will be Mrs. Ruby Holden Saturday wen

1ns. while ttome preferred to 19. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Broka The baby was born Friday ( Jacksonville, Ill. are guestsof a massive cerebrad hemmor-; I year at Duval Medical Center Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Tou a
with 45fl' Mr. and) Mrs. Arnold Lar- In Jacksonville. A flight mistI Mrs. Jane Dora was chair
watch the new color television won second gross night Jan. 22, and Mother thage. and daughter of Tallahassee.! :
The fire house was gaily :\ and Mrs. Frank Den Daddy and Baby Joseph were sen. Mr. Dueis a contractorin A native of Brookston, Fa I lea! officer, he Is a member man of refreshments for the Mr. Touwas and Mrs. Holden
and low net with 31.fr. Illinois and a cousin ofArnold's. Florida i of the Aerospace Medical As- I Jan. 19 meetIng.COMMUNITY .
won Larson to
decorated with! balloons Bloyker visiting with Mrs. E. C. Dyke Mr. came were classmates at F8U '
streamers, credit for which \ and Mrs. Lindaey Walker on the following/ Sunday night. They too are look- after receiving a degree In i nociatlon and the American' CHURCH Paul Huff, who Is .ut'ndln.1 I i iI
and Frank and his won second low net with 33 I inn forward to the time when business administration from Medical Association. When he'' Circle 4 members wen Valdosta
also uoe Mi,'s. O'Steen U the former State College, wII'11,
committee. in the golf singles group Eleanor Drew. they can leave the cold north Allegheny College in Meads- completes his Air service duty I guests of Mrs. Robert Dodd home visiting hit parents. Mr I I 1
for good and come to Lake In 18 months, he will I the Jan. 18 circle meetlnK. I''
ROUND FIGURE Mrs. Arthur Ketch and Em- Mr. and Mrs. Allen Miller vIle Pa. He was one of a return end Mr. Omar Huff and Insurance Agency
Bill Geneva to stay. I to Duval Me'ljicli! i- for announced that the Men'iClub
Center was
mett McOriff. nad: Mrs. of Pennsylvanians who
TOO( have moved from their Mobile group I family the weekend.
of Les Stephenon We are all glad to see Mrs. two years eclali7atlon in will have a dinner every General Insurance
and Pro In
Last week, in an account scales Home in Lake Geneva Park I developed Keystone Heights Mr. and Mrs. Joe( Wingen-
old city hall tied for low (gross and I Al Downing; back from New the 1920's and served surgery. During this time he other month with this circle '' .
the sale of our into Pascal Carr's former i as may. bach and daughter have moved .".. c.u1ty4'sri. .
stated that the new city: 'ow net.B1KTII. Jersey. Kate went to spend or of the town three yearswas I will be associated" with the of- serving-/ to Gainesville.
it was home. and the T. W. IJlcklnson I I
with their children Tentative dates for Church A." .....
Thanksgiving flee of Dr. D. H. Chrtstottf"l"Kpystone
hall was a certain number of ANMH'NCEMENTMr. I family that has been occupying I I principal of a school three I Mrs. Nell Roundtree visited ... .. .
and grandchildren and In Women activities! include th f --- .... .. 47&-4TM
Franklin on part time
square feet In size and was and Mrs. T. the Carr residence I years and a county commls- a her sister Mrs. Bill Wllkloson. I'L

costing around 40000. 3-own: of Winter Haven an- ,; have moved Into their new we thought she would never! ,!: sloner two years. basis. annual luncheon' at Park-of' of Ocala for the weekend.Mrs. i r

The $40,000 figure has beena nounre "The Acquisition of home. Allen Miller better fret back here. We mIssed her Mr. Larson represented Clay I the-Paljns. In March and th C. M. Robliuoiv. Mr.

of annoyance and Additional Assets! ," asset No.: and hope; that she is here to County in the State Legislature -I annual Silver Tea. W. O. rr
source known as "Shorty" and his men. Those celebrating. birthdays :- Preston. Mr* NeUl1
embarrassment for a few 1 being Cynthia Ellenn. and family have out-grown the stay for awhile.Mr. at the 1929 and 1031 lies I this month were Edward The .Florida, Chain of Mis I Mann\ and Mrs. Ujtude Robin- !r I $
will irOalnetvUle
Rolla Plnalre meet
Keystoners who have truth- !asset No 2, Natalie. Jean twin Mobile Home, especially now and Mrs. nloni. .and was senator from i Rlnehart. Ruth Bleha. Mrs. slonary Assembly ion spent! Wednesday at Cypress 7Dto .

fully maintained that the new daughters born DL-C. 12. that he U about to become a who hive been renting the the Clay-Baker County district -, Axel. Malmirren.! Col.1 George on Feb. 11-13'1 Gardens.4
Ilggett home since about the Some of the sessions will I
will cost no more Mrs. Brown is the former in 1933. In that he
building I proud papa. year Price of MeLrose Mrs. Lawrence Mrs. Frank. R. HaIlS of Bel-
of middle of November, will held In the First Methodls-
than $35.000.Evidently Dorothy Ownbey, daughter Laurie Baker daughter of was appointed Collector of Internal I Colder Mrs. Frank mar N. J is visiting her son-
writer of said :Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ownbey of leave on Friday to spend a Revenue for Florida, a Church, and other In Holy in-law
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Baker, is Willmott. and Mr. and Mrs. C. Church and daughter, Mr and
couple of weeks In Ft. Episcopal
article I not this correspondent Keystone Heights. home from a few days. In the Myel'Sand post he held for six years.In W Owens. Trinity Mrs. Ray Becker
waited) then will have to head | This Is an All World Mission
Innocently used a "nice The Ownbey's have 1940. Mr. Larson won thepost Mr. and
hospital and has made a wonderful New member joining both Mrs. Tom Chajn- .
lound figure.( \ which being nine years to become grand- covery, for home. Mr. Plnalre Is the of StateTreasurer and j'I the National AARP and the I program. blee and children of Orange

$5,000 In excess started the oarenti. and have finally hit Mrs. Eldon Klmmons was Postmaster in Ramsey Ind was re-elected to service successive -I local chapter were Mrs. Emily: Ouests at the Circle 4 meet- Height spent Sunday with
We have certainly enjoyed Inn were Mrs. Edwin DwyerJr. WilliAMSJEWELRY
"I told you so" routine among the jackpot I taken to a Miming Home In four-year terms since IlIOn of the Postmasters Retirement her parent, Mr. and Mr.
against the Mrs Alice Metz of LakGeneva having the Pinalres In our that' tlmi In this he .. who has been such a
those who voted Starke. Cards to her can be capacity I Village, and Mr. and Grant Rothhammer.
hall. We have been Trailer Park Is the Park family and hopu thatthey I also served State Insurance gracious hand In decoratingthe I
new city addressed to Starke Nursing as Mrs. Hovel ShuKU of Sun Mr. and Mr*. Pete Nicholson
will! comp back and visit canister jars that the circlet -
asked to stress that $33,000 is maternal great-grandmother. Home, Starke Fla. They Commissioner. Prairie. WI., who are winter pent two weeks In MUrnl.\
the top price.So RECORD AVAILABLEAT with us again next year Mr l.&l'IIolWilli a 33rd DPurrs ha been selling ai Its protect Floyd Ford
would surely bn appreciated. \ visitors on Spring Lake. accompanied them REPAIRS
Blanche and Rolla madethemselves for ttbulldlnr- fund
now we can all simmer I LIBRARY Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mills I Mason and was PoMGrand Collection for Goodwill
Day '
1 i's' right at home here Mrs. Shultis also Joined the back.WUlard MACJUNEENGRAVING
down aialn; and'watt until Keystone Heights Library Master of the Grand
write that they are all settled I I Industries Bags, sponsored Toms entered AJa-
will be ready to to borrow and we surely are goIng: to I circle! while In Keystone forth
Feb. 14 wlit-n It the place BO Lodge of Florida
In their Mobile Home In De- by the Chapter, will be the I chua General Hospital Mon-
all of to enjoy. pcord albums In case you are miss them, I Funeral service ll'lJTallahas.ee I winter months. Mrs. OliveStevens
for us were
land and that they are very weekends of Jan. 29. 30. and' day. SCIIOOr JEWELRY
OIKKKV; HITPPER: 1 unaware of this convenience In Wednesday. Feb. S: and !j, and her sister Mrs. Mrs. Deborah Thomas of
8. nt the Nearly: DIAMONDS
The Indies of the Estrelllta I Librarian Helm Lawrence : Mabel' HII bflndl.! were ml8-ed
Club will sponsor a fried tells us there Is a wide selection -{ liHy met Monday morning I and children are now occupy I New Shop. Co-chairmen are I at this 1IM'et1nabut: were call Starke. sister of Mr*. NetRoundtre L D. BRACELETS
classical scml-classl- Jan. 18 lit the recreation ha'l ing the Mulr home on Peach I County Hospital. Mrs. Nell Kings and Mr ed to Jtvckitonvillo: due to an *, who U 84\ jean I
dinner Saturday of I
chicken CHARMS
Father. Thomas Kelly pastor Strct. The Mulrs have moved CIVIL DKFKNSK; : SETS Mary Cook. old fell and broke her hip and ETC.
: accident In which their brother
Masonic music.Records -
Feb. 6. at the cnl. and popular
nlKht, I
was also on hand. to Melrone.! KIAI: )INESS:! EXERCISEThe : The next meeting of the I 1 I.* In the Medical Center
Hall starting at 5:30 m. be kept for one broke Ms hip.
p. may
Mrs. Emory Cooper's resign Phil Office of Civil Defense. AARP Chapter will be the Friend winning to visit her. Stark. Fla.
) Cromcr. Mr. and Mrs. still)
Donation will be $1 25 for a- week Children lower than the Mrs. Nell Orayson! ls
atlon as president accepted Southeastern States has setup : Covered Dish Luncheon at I
was and
George Mnnsn Mrs. Char
to from her accidentIn
allowed recovering
for children not
dulls, 75 cents 7th grade are
records.KEM1NDERS with regret! and the vice lea McGlave attended the Jan. an Increased! Readiness! :.' 12:30: o'clock on Feb. 11. The' Illinois, but has been able\

under 12.GOLFINi. check out I president, Mrs. Phillip Kromer. 18 meeting of the Clay County Exercise (Step lvi) to be held Woman's Club Hobby Show to write friends here. When '
NEWS ; In clay County. Frb. 2, 3 and: I will bo held Frigidaire Maytag Zenith c'
Heights moved into the president'schair. Citizens School Committee In the sam day at she Is able to return she will
The Keystone JIelghbCountl'Y ; The Keystone 4. The exercise Is designed to II I '
the Masonic Temple and
: Oreon Cove Spring A special Fr08C'
Woman's Club Is sponsoring a I ; / stay with Mrs. Alma
Club was really buzzing train for CD activity during AARP Motorola Zeigler Heaters
Thursday caid party Monday, Feb. 1, ati, Plans were made for a retreat meeting of the commute will I I members are urged to :' during her convalescence: :
with activity on -
a period of severed international attend the show
during week after th ,
passion be held on Frb 1 to discuss
Masonic Hall Playing! will At a meeting on Jan. 21
Jan. 21 when the ladles the
tension which could occur luncheon. I Fedders
just prior to Easter. legislative I
begin at I p. m., and at 8 p. proposals cone-ern-I attended by the Board of
I I m. 110 that those who work A card party will] be held ing county school matters. prior to an attack on the It I Is hoped that the Feb. 251 i Trustees. Stewards and otherinterested "
; Monday, Feb. 22. but the place U. B. afternoon meeting' will be '
will be able to enjoy it. Donations < I persons. It was decided YEOMAN'S
ARE TERMITES $1 per )>('I'son. Com of the affair will have to be FOR DEDICATION CD Director Ray Chance ',, game party day ArraOl e. to call a meeting of thecongregation Sales & Service
I I : said that elected officials and menu
decided. One new committee and are underway for plan.
and play the game you enjoy ( after morning
Mrs. Lena Clemens asked I emergency groupn I police fire fling a bingo party, card< MEUtOSK
DESTROYINGI whether it is brldKe.' / one change In those previously I 1It'm.on Jan. :at. Purpose PH. 473-2371:;
pinochle or clln\sta'i! : that members begin making announced ha* been made etc.] are asked to meet on party and other game of this meeting is pet congregational -

YOUR HOME? I rummy Don't forget to their "Ditty" bags-[Comfort for the Dedication Ceremoniesof Feb. 2 and discuss their prob The chapter wishes! to thank! approval of the proposed -

Thursday. Feb. 11. for the Bags] for the V. A. Hospital the new City Hull on Ft>b. j !t'lns. On Frb 3. elected city i !Mrs. Nettle Smith for her1' new sanctuary 'Quality and Pice"KEYSTONE

FREE Woman's Club Hobby Show In Lake City 14. officials should meet and discuss kindness in taking home th' ,

Masonic Hnll. You will Father Kelly spoke on some Frank Nooney will serve as : their problems. and soiled dishes from the birthday )
In the .
INSPECTION9ida. lot of local I talent, anda changes in the Parish sche chairman of the Invitation county officials and mayors party thus relieving the ; .
sec a
dule. committee Instead of Mrs. are asked to meet at the kitchen committee of a great
will be
luncheon I
3tCo.j t t served delicious Mrs Anthony Davis! served Ward Bessctt' who Is out of I courthouse at 11 a. m. for 8'' deal of work, Mrs. Smith said HEIGHTS MELROSE

-'. 54.Mc4&tw FROM ST. coffee and cookies nt the conclusion the state. similar meeting. On "'b. 4, that she has arthritis In her -

539 E. Cnfl 96I-.19C5; !NKWS! WII.u.\i\It'1 of the meetlnit." Four "Official Building officials should fill out problem fingers and that washing..

Saint Williams Altar SmSOME Starting this week, the No- Hostesses" have been appointed sheets and return to the j'' these dishes was her method BUSINESS DIRECTORY

vena of Our lady of the Miraculous to be Inside the new build- CD director at Keystone I of therapy. Thank you Net- ,

Medal followed by the jog to greet visitors when the Heights.A.tItr Met t !I

benediction of the Most Blessed door is opened for the first CHAPTER" : NEWMTho OEM CHAPTER J19 -
MACi1IrJfS ME ALMOST Keystone Community j Worthy Matron Berth. AUTO REPAIR Auto
Sacrament will be held tune after the tindirntlon. Waahcnt$49 up

HUMAfJ THEY DO-THINGS each! Monday In St. William's These four will be Mrs. Charles AARP Chapter held Its afternoon Ward conducted the electionof ANNOUNCING I Refrigerator up RESTAURVNTBBei'dler's

rWlTriOUT Church at 7:30: p. in. McOlave Mrs. George program meeting In the': officers for 1985 on Jn 19 T"iNionMI' ,I
USING AMY ..- Parlshoners, who for some Massa. Mrs Den Pitts and Community Church educa-1 with the assistance of Worthy Goetzman' Bros. (All G.-G

INTEULIGPMCE reason or another wish to i Mrs., John Bt.-d." tlonal building on Jan. 21 at !j Patron Leunon Ward. These' Garage I ) |I II II

consult the priest, may do so FIRE DEPARTMENT 2 o'clock. officers together with appointive I

_JL any day of the week, at anytime I I ACTIVITIES! Highlight of the program) offk. ra. will Nt Installed AM, KIND OF WHEELER'SI I

d ." preferably by pre-.r-I Improvements! for the fire was a colorful "picture itory"< on FVb. 13. Incoming REPAIR WORK i Discount Store i illro t tBiw.i. Holiday InnRestaurant

rangenient. Thane not wishing hou e. Including a color tele- on orchids presented by chapter Worthy Matron. Edythe Nicholson IkfOTOR BODY .. PAINTING ... .

\V1ffd_ to make the trip 11'011Kpy- vision set. portable stereO; member John Bunsel will make the appoint. PORTABLE: WELDING: > .. A..it..B.

stone to the Starke rectory phonograph, and a barbecuepit After trilling and moving- tot( I ments which will be reportedat Also I {'all Oft S-UOI fur te'q'y'e'

mav find It bt'st to see Father to be constructed: In the Keystone club Estates: about j a later date. Elected: officer LaMo'sre.. Outboard nJM rood Modsetta ?

ccc : Kelly after the Monday evenIng side yard by the membershipwere four years ano Mr. DenseR 1 developed 5 !* are. as follows: Edythe Motor MIRSKRYL4

ir? Novena, or after Tuesday: : approved at the Jan. 5 a MW hobbv-rslsininrchlds. Nicholson. WM\> : Aisle' Wil ,Hwy 21- Keystone mights! I Nis.ry ....... Th--a.I oft( ,w-FLzmT aDlQDa.r4OPWM

AL moinlnt ma.' when he 11'1111 meeting of the! Volunteer Fire As his 400 plants I llama, WP' : Dorothy Koons. 11.. Next store to Drlrr- I .I_.. "" FeaSt "'- 'ye',' : V DA'$ WII: L"

1"T.,_.,. U btt In the living quarters In Department Roy Tyre wise blossom he photographs them I Associate Matron: Floyd In Theatre I a.rw- JON ...... '1'--.:

the back of the church. I authorized to repair: the roo' on color slides. Mr. Bensel alI Koon Associate Patron. Bf'oa-' Ee'gr..mm I I .. _a ..; vsa. ...... iaiAL. -

%i\\\\ There will bs a pizza supper and ceiling! of the backroom 110 brought to the meeting i trice SchroeoVr.' Serretary; "IJTO SERVICE I I........ Al r. csM.sa, ..... -

on Saturday Jan. 31}. from 4 of the fire hou.'" three of his plants and demjnstratod Vera Ownsoey.! Trtsnurer; I I AayUs V---w.'. Ia BIo. c-... r...... WI -

k till 8 p. ti, pt St. Edward's and it was reported that allmaterial the ..)IIHS seeding Geraldine Jackson. Conductress Ts'.rreH'sGilf' C. D* T. Lais.Mt] Bloc If.rut fII IU.
In Starke I material on which they grow. I : Paddle Olirlo. AssociateConduclres. '
recreation hall ; is available for the
4tes 0. C. Came. Nursery s.wwru:1
$ '_ri _ $1.28 for adult. BO rents for I sprinkler system. He explained that It takes about .: and Earl Hay- Sev'vie.Niuw ,

\._. children under 11. and '7s': The Fire Deprtmrnt sign six years for a plant to nor. Sentinel. It ElS'T'sw5 ... on.- I n ML CM4 Of -...... 0.,

\ cents for ('hlldl'eJoVClr 13- has been completed by Onboard bloRlom! I Member CUPSU from out of SlOO Uo AJI MMMrlMt Uwy rM .1 Ftaa.i. !REAL ESTATE

There will be no prior sale of !I. and will be Installed :Mr BeThel U not a commer-I town were Mrs. Emma B. ..&.... ; tUrtMtea AMft:; PIlI-. tit ..... I -

tick.rU. on a metal post: $33 was approved Mai grower, but will accommodate Holschub of St. Albany chap nPIat T A.. M. f:_ p M.I.4uIw I ....--- Pb Iii CS..
reminded ter. Queen L I.z Mr. and ,,- ... .'t-4tI: 'fieb" onF1.mltaJ' sam '5 .
but machines. make lining Parents ar again for new ambulance anyone wishing an or- > : I IPPLIANCP .5 On ,1 City U>t- Modem
True can
of their serious responsibilityto hid corsage at a moderstprici' Mrs. Royal Shultls of Twilight CH 2 BR. Tiled a1h. LR
easier. If >ou hu\e tin errand ut the see that their children attend form He will be on of the'' Chapter Sun Prairie. WU.j A Appliance* Ia kltebea.FLu .
Chief Everett Fox set Satur
bank, but have your hair pinned up or reliulouj Instruction i exhibitors at the Orchid: ShowIn Mr. and -Irs. Jos. Williams I
day. Jan. :23. at 10 a. m. ax I T V Sr" rric Center I II NEW AND usrn roasts rang A woiV
children to watch. bring. the children along classes Gainesville In April. of Lady Martha Chapter. *
drive-in the time for members to turn Conn. and now residents r..niltur. A]>planp! .. I shop,, central heal-alr eosvdittontrte. -
and drive right up to the TFR: 1ONALS January wm a "boom Monroe J. *. TrTTra, ffijiliiMiTVOeo
window. It'tt fun and cay.f Mr and Mrs George Lawrence the Only hoBo one on eras the fire fire was reported month" for birthdays.; Mrs of Melrbse.It -. ost_ NfttMela BOL' HT &: SOLD Drat' *"* ,&: ear-

and children of Tamps during December an] A rrM\ lmgren decorated the was announced! that UwEstrcllltA !" .... said. Z.r'ie* I Isense. ;i Keystone pets included.

--- visited\ Mr Lawrence's par- birthday rake and Mrs. Bert Club till hold a ... '
three amlMilunc call: Deo O* AU ;
S. E.
ents. Mr and Mrs. Harold: 7hrlstoff rs. with the help of Fried!' Chicken! Dinner at the House of Bargains McKay

KEYSTONE: ; :; 4 BANK Lawrence and his grandmother ; 12. George. Jacksonville Mann to BIpthLtro.plt.Rl. ; Dec Jr.. Ida Gentry and her i! Masonic Hall on Feb < starting TV KAIMO rnr.oa-TV mmmo a Block NortH of Uc1at Realtor

Mrs. Ray Lawrence IIrf'rnJ\owwo of posies m**" at 5:30: Proceeds will go *
16. Millie! Klmmons to Oaine Work Outran****-TV .-t&e.iit.ea | M.t. IU.,4 tl Kjr tn. heIghts.
M1MMS V. ... L C. KETSTONI KSIOHTS lait. weekend< orwiee for the ladles and a to th* Masonic building fund. ,

,==_..... _-_ --_". ---lF,- -.. JTT Mr and Mrs Arthur Ketch vllle Connie Medical Trest!Center to: Bradford Dw. 2& ,iing:> flower for the lentle- Final chapter meetIng! of I(. Rr4'st T KEYSTONE Jq.IQ11T3: I PIMM" 474ftl




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,w..y..y............. play School text given to him as a' Gilffls and laughter, Karen. I! J. B. Gasklns. attended t l1e!I..y.......... .......''eond' attending the National Methodist Church Plastic Notebooks $2.20 at
H. II. \ititis i>us:!! child. "lie lend! this to all tho Frluhdii. of Hc '. Caleb North circus: : in :Ja ;ksonvlfle Safufr-:' Hyblscus And Camellia Con- The Trll'lC'ral'h.'

Uand.ill: .! H. Hnirl.1 who was I usod( to (cry when he'd rend It. I, tor of tile Lawtey Methodist'I Mrs. a W. Roberts walt vis- \ i Mr. and Mrs.! Logan; T. Gay Sunday Jan. 31 Church -

B, Mrs. A. C. Sl.d. bol'lIn Maxville 100 year! It w as Had to mA." In the book | Church were sorry to learn ,[ lUng Dr. and :Mrn.: Earl Rob- and daughters, Linda Jo and School 9:45: a. m. Morning I
Phone 289-4191 '1,10 and lived heiu. all hilt lile i wero these wordH "We ale I of his .dentil lust week In Hign I arts In Jacksonville. Beach the I :\11'1I. J. L. Bradley ; Pat and Miss Nancy Stiuthi Worship 11 a. m. Snack Supper I'-4
ted Saturday in a Macclenny all travelers through a des- I' Springs. ....". Kstello!: Carter first' part of the week. i will go to Atlanta Thursday for youth gioups. 6pm. '?
,....&....A 4..4.46 hoapilul.He eit." spent from Sunday of last : ::Mrs George Roberts :Mrs. 1'liunn. 533-2825 for a few days visit with relatives Youth Meetings, 6.30: p. m.

J.SCIIOOL. :NKV\H' I is survIved by one I I Mr Hatrls believed in hard week until utter funeral lIer- 1 I Kine: Miner\ Mrs' Mae Wells, 1 1..A46. .......... there. Nancy will alao Evening!: Woiship. 7:30: p. tn.Frllowshtp ,
The regular monthly meet- daughter, Mian Lola I I'nirls: work, and never diunk. lie
lutr of Mamie Agnes Junes I IKlementuiy seven sons Frccl, of Jiuksonvtlle services ut tho 110- I ela: tives. : and l H. 'C. Ketly wc'e', 'I CHURCH NEWS Mrs. James ChilLy and Mrs.: Hall. 8:30: p m ''I
: School was held1TiiBHcluy : Oadson' H., Bridle, OliN, i i yenr-uid Lung Blanch Unptlat, 1! Paul Diovln of Jacksonville, ncludud) ,) I in those /attendingthe Sunday School 9:45: a. m, : Copeland were dinner guests Tuesday Executive!: Committee Renlal I
night Jan. 19, In thai I Randall L., Curl is, nnd Andrew Church and made the church ': Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Orlffls, funeisl/ of Rev. C.' H. 'North I l Morning WorshIp, 11 a, m. i Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs of WSCS meets In Ladies '

school cnfetorlum. Mrs. Mar- .' all of Maxville; 11 cemetery, where he WOlf burIed -I and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grlfi I i in High Spiln 's Thursday( Training Union. 6:15: p. m. Walter HoUoway.! Bible Classroom. DiS; a. II' 't .J.JI

,g.uel 1\1l'GiII. curriculum coordinator grandchildren, and 21 great- I I his pemon.il project helpIng i Us entertained their daughter -, Mrs Mlln Smith': Mrs. I P. L. ':' Evening Woithip 7:30: p. m. Miss Linda Crews of Palat- :, m. Business! meeting of WSC3. .

for Duval County grundLhildien.Kunciiil to clour the land and putting Karen and Sharon, on Dinklns, find Mrs. Bftle., :Miner Midweek Prayer Service Wecln ka Junior College was home I I: 0:30: a. m. Joint meeting' of >
iii-liODls\( assisted! by Mrs. Putrlcla | ( I services were held up fcnre. 'I their 17th birthday Saturday took part in Horns' Demonstration I day, 7:30: p. m.-Hev. B. T. for the weekend with her parents I[: Women's ChurCh organlza
Coleman. gave a demon-' ut 2 p.m. Tuesday In the Long Ills son Andrew recalls that night. After a dinner. In Jacksonville Coun,11.ork'Sh p InHtarke Fcavy pastor. "Come. ]let us Mr. and Mrs. Charles i Lions in sanctuary. 10 a. m. ,'I I $1 Per DayALL
aEration on Modern MaUL The' Bninih Cemetery with Rev. his father' usedEW !:!

next m'ellnIs/ scheduled fort i, James P. Conway and Rev. mllus to Jacksonville, spend together for an evening of .. Hull! Homo Improve'l 1 Junior Training Union We' are glad to report that 7:30: p. m. Cha.iccl Cho.ri : I 'm

Tuesday. Feb. 16, at 8 p.m.' O. A. Slkea officiating.This \ I I tho night, and,I ho back In time entertainment. ment Specialist. ,of ; Class spent last Saturday at Mrs. Barbara Crawford' Is ,i i rehearsal 7:30: p. mi merson\
Kveiyonc!: is invited to attend' U the story of Mr. Har-, to attend Sunday services. Cheryl North daughter of see demonstrated' framing Cape Kennedy. Those enjoy- home from the Bradford !i Thursday Mission Study:: : JDahmer's
the meetings vIeS, life us related. by lib | Young looking for his Rile Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Roger North, pictures in different! i ktyW, Inn the trip were Patty County Hospital and doing for Children grades 1 through li.-. irrtoa'ni i -' "

The Baldwin Junior-Senior diuighter. Miss Liila Harris. i I Harris hod a line white fluff celebrated her third birthday' and proper hanging and. .placing Whlteheod Sandy Callan I nicely! after her recent surgery 6. 3:15: p. m I
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High, School met Thursday uf I Hrr father family come to' of hair, and a thlrlc white last Friday at her home in on the walls Maxle Norton. Mike Macey, Mrs. Frank Johnson and
List week at 8 pm. Guest Af.iivlll from Georgia and 1 muitache.' j Jacksonville. Mr. und Mrs. I .),fr.
speaker wns ,\. 1;. Stokes. nettled on the farm where' I The community wishes to I Dave Coverdule Mr and Mis mid $or> were weekend 'guest! !) arid E. M. Norton. Training visiting: her parents Mr. and TELEGRAPH. I .112. E. Call Ph. 969-1771
member* of the School Board.a.1 Randall wax born In 1864. He extend sympathy to all member John North. Grandma Well-j I I of Mr..o\d\ MTs. P. L:' blnklY'lland ;i j Union Director. I Mrs. E. M Norton, Saturday. j
The Hind Parents meeting I and his wife Nancy, who I of the CURlIl)'. hausen Helen and Claude j :Mr. slid) Mrs. C. F'Carler.' Our 'church observed Men'sDay Mrs. V. H. Appleby and '.'

Kchcdulcil for ]last Tuesday died In 1943 had ten children, I'KKMOVU.S! North visited Friday night Mrs.! Dinhlns and David. ; re- lust Sunday with the men I Lynne Warren of Jacksonville
night was postponed a week with eight Hurvlvlng. Miss' Mr. and Mrs. Elbtit: Green and all enjoyed birthday refreshments maimed tu Vjsit' time two fain.1! filling all places of responnlI -I Beach spent the weekend with 'I AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE
l illeM for n'' few day .' '** I blllty. An all-male choir sang Kirs. Ap:>lebY's sister and
duo to the illness of the bund Harris Is the only surviving I visited In 'Staike: Sunday with together. ;
director, Mr. Dlckson. The diiiighter, and Fled' the ;Mr and Mis.[& R V. Duiranee' Hotf. and Mrs. R. T. Williams Mr and :Mrs. Paul' Rennettj I special numbers Sunday I brother-in-law Mr and Mrs.J. 964-2600 I

meeting will be held l In the youngest, is 3.Mr. I I' and family. were Sunday dinner and Rhonda were :visiting"( Mr. {I I morning; and Kenneth Mott L. Bradley Sunday visitors DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

new band room at the school ) Hirrit lived, with J Lulu, Mr. and Mrs.r Jimmy Illgglnbothiim Kiii'st of Mr. and Mrs. Dave and Mrs Allen Carter In Jack-j',I layman brought the messaxeI i I of the Bradleys were Mr. and .. ,
nt 8 p.m. Hurlngthis time and two uf his sons! Giulion I (Jf Lawtey were Coverdale.Mr. sonvllle Tuesday of In..tC week':* Sunday tight night we'enjoyed theOospel Mrs. Marvin Warren of Jack DeWItt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director ;

the junior bond players Will''| and Andrew on U.S. Sfll His I Sunday dinner guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Don Jerkins Mrs B K.: Reddish, is visiting V. Singers and' L. sonville. '* &' Starke FIa.I .
try out for the Instrument I fondest pousraiirm. > waq!" a small I and Mrs. Bufoid Hlgglnbotham. moved l last. week from the her son.,' and dahtsr.inlaw ,1 Moore layman, brought Were sorry to report that I I -
:MrI) the message. Earl Crawford entered Brad RENTAl. SERVICES
they ate most qualified to red book entitled. "The Lighted Dan Parrlsh house they were and 'l\l'rs. Ray Reddish
Way.'' It win u Sunday Mr. and Mm Jib Bird and occupying to Jacksonville.B. and son In Washington.. PERSONALS!\ ford County HospUiil on Mon IIl)1IPr'hl' I7ipd... Wheel Chairs, Crutch*
I children of Jacksonville spent i:.. Donnie and James I l.C.> I11' | Lucille 'and Henry Godwin day and had surgery on Tues
were dinner of the J.
Sunday with Mr. and Mis Coleman enjoyed stock cur :\ and l\rrll. Eugene Pear- ;, guests I day.
Johnny Dover and children, races In Lake City Sunday son took tholr grandsons..Tommy i II Jvioncrlefs Wednesday. I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Elder -

Gas Genie says: Mr. and Mrs. 1) J. Parrlsh afternoon. and J'ohnny Tatum, to the Lotla Smith of Dakron and son of Jacksonville J

and children and :Mr.: and June and Carol GUMens of circus in Jacksonville.'' ,'Sutur-. ,' .'I!, Ohio' wns dl.ster-la-law visiting her, Mr.brotherand' and I were mother Sunday Mrs. E.visitors O. Elder' of hU I IL Spanish Moss!
Mrs. Buikly Dradshaw attended Jacksonvllte spent Friday day night. I
I THOSE ( the clicus In Jacksonville night and Saturday here with Mr. an
Kilday night. Mr. and Mm James Coleman land and Mr. and Mr*. James Mrs. Pauline Tordde and I had as Sunday visitors her I I L 1. -

LWf WHO I Davy Bra'lslinw son of Mr. and daughter. Mrs. Rills) Old- Hall ami children of Jacksonville -I I Mrs. Nell Andrews were weekend son and daughter-in-law. Mr __ BEALTIFUI. BUT
gueats! of their brother and Mis Rtece Bradley of' DEADLY!!
und Mrs. Buddy Bradshirw, dens drove out Saturday nnd were refent visitors of :
spent the weekend In Jacksonville the girl returned to their Mr. and .11'11. J. O Clark. 1|, and sinterInlaw Mr. and Jacksonville. I : Let Us Hid Your Trees
KNOW with hIlt grandparents, Jacksonville\ home with their I I :Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ogilvie'and Mrs. John RoberM In Jack. I Visiting: with the W I!. Noe- Of It
1 I i Hunvllle gels!! during/ the weekend were .. ,
:Mr and Mrs. H. H. Bradshaw. mother. granddaughters of Jack- :1
I I II Mis Chester Wood spent i their daughter and son-in-'
USE Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas Mm. Jnmes! Waters of Law- I nonVllle were' viHlting Mr. and d Fla. Pest Control
I I j from, Thursday to Sunday In law. Mr. and Mrs. McNelU and ,
of Starke spent last Wednesday ley visited SimdnY) With. Mr. Mrs.' Luther Milliard over thy
Did you know thirt. 99 oat of lad( ( hotel and rwttanrontn In the. I with Mr. and :Mrs. Claud"). and Mrs,.,I Buford Higglnboth11 -, weekend. Wachula with her mother-in- I Broward. Green of Tallahassee. I- 539 E." Call I !))6 '.3963
I law Mrs. L. H Craig Porgy: and Deborah
Drydan of :Ji
United States usa gas tar ooklnC"117 III K- their choice I Green. and grandchildren.Mr : SytnpuHiy Is extendad to ,.
Miss Sylvia Norton who Is a Jacksonville I
|Chef"' who are respniMlble for preparing good food know I Tho young married ladles and Airs. E. D H gjrlnbnthum Willie K ,ldish and\ to other Student Nurse nt St, Vincent' ,, from the LarryNoegel .. 'I. "- '
University of Ala-
and floss of :Maxville Baptist and son of HilI members! of his family In the 1 ,
that < brings out the coodnrm" appetUIng: appearanceof
ga Hospital. JackionvlUe. was I I bam and Mrs. Jessie Taylor I r
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foods and they know It'. fitHfr, cleaner, more dependable| >> I Church gave a farewell supper Hard ware Saturday night Ion* 'of their. brother RalfordKeddmh. home for the weekend, with of Starke 1 !.I :

and mora economical." Isn't It logical that you should switch I Snturiiiy night at the I I' guests of,. Mr. and, Mrs, Bil- ,,' .i her parent. Mr. and Mrs.' E Jimmy Thornton. U S. Navy ; T. I. MERSEREAUf; PLUMBING '
church In honor of Mr. and ford Hlgglnbotham.LAWTEY. :Mrs L, M. JcCl.l1an.r:: 1'1, ,
to Natural GasTSTARKE, I M Norton. Is home for a few days
Mrs. George Pratt who will Moxie Reddis) and! chlldien t'
Miss Mattel Johns of Pa- .with his
parents, Mr. and
NATURAL GAS be leaving the !first of next ;1 __'_-;."jFI "- !.:, :VtlKD Carolyn :McLemt\ end Robby latka Junior College spent last Elbeit Earl) Thornton. Mrs. I
weokMr. MiClvllun\ were visiting Mr. '
I weekend with her grandparents. Anyone !having ON CALLV24HOURS ,.
news for this
CITY HALL PHONE 961-2331 and Mrs. Avory Slnde and Mm W. H., Prlngla'' and J
Mr and Mri. Mnxlu Carter column
I call 333-2833: :
und} family were Sunday dinner r :Mr. and Mrs BlrthflelU, :Miller Sr. Sunday visitors of the, I
i guest of Mr and MmClninlu In Sanford Sunday
By Ease U15n4br4vve'uvvvvvvvwvvywv, Carters were Jewell and MarIan A DAY
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.. .__ _v.-.--"-'_-- '. ..". Green. Sunday; night Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vanrant F'aulk Br.rnr.r.MI!lT
and Preston Thomas
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,# wete Mr. and Mrs Oscar. Wil I On the first Satllrdf: / in the weekend with Mr. and Mr and Mrs. William Oliverof Sunday School, it ft. NAtornl. DAY-CALL 961-520!
I Mrn J. B .,.r Service Ham
kinson. Biaclley.
February: at 7.30; ) p.m. there Jacksonville were weekend"
Joffory North. son of Mr. will be a Sing at Evergreen Visiting Mr.:'on'
II .F4f and 1 Mrs Roger North, received -:i Chinch. A special feature will ilurlnK the- weekwns and Mrs F a. Conner Evening Service' 7RO: p. m ,

emctg<*iicv treatment at b' tis.;\ QjI..p. ((ll1lrll f, Eveiyorus: : !MI-M. I inailcln's biother; James' Mr. and Mrs John B Dye 7 Midweek\ Service, VV-dnexlay 11.
Ell. Vincent's Hospital" In Jacksonville i, IM Invited.' .Milliard. of Tltu..l1Ie.U" I WAlt c.lll.'Jill1l; ; 1""I'.laa (', ,. .pm.--Rv, W. U Newmans 1ERSEREAU PLUMBING
for ::\ Tent Crews of Jnck-/ '
lust week an injured i The WSC3 met Tu ..cIt)'
finger.Mi's. ", I I night at the'home of' Mis, villa was a weekend visitor of1Mrs. I

,7<>e Bur..t'nll. confined I' Oooiga Roberta 'With eight 0.? K Crews sad Mr. un,1 I --------------- -=---- -=c-- a : -:: : .z :. -
t 14) her home last week with presqnL; FoIIowliig the
I the flu! Her mother, Mrs / Mr/.. Roberts presented Mr anil, :Mrs.< ChaileH Dobbs,. '
Jnnei< hAil Improved from 'her i| the program and nil joined In i of JncluvnvllI' -were vVAltinff. AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY
DOES tecont full but Is !still!I con- responding to question. on Individual Mr. and Mrs A, I I'. IKibbsilurlng ) '

lined to her bed. I prayer life. Mrs\ : the ufek.

\THIS Lurry Linvla! of St. Augua- Welliv conducted; tlo/ hilliness' ) .= =-_-- _- -- -...-.=_-_--:-=:;;= ._-.------_------- --- : -----
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tine was lust dinner -= ==
I m-aalon.< The hostess. served >I' AUTO =
DESK guest of Mr and :Mrs. D. U'I lemon' pi nml, coffee during/{ Tilt; BIGHT rOINT tn the SALES & RER"ICEBarkley AUTO S.'L1'S&sErtvIcITropical : ; : HKAIITV( SCHOOL( \l4itDrcycIeM.Scoe)1er5St 1 ]

the social hour. | way you -write. Con*_ .In and

I L.uvvtey Horn IK-mnnntrii- select ycur favorite t: TER- Motors, Inc.TRIfMPIl Pontiac, lm Complete Bounty eit'
COST lion Club miltII, Ith Mrs John ;, BROOK Fountain. fen. TELEcZRAr4. : Inc. CUltur.OirlVomenMen KdNDA, Bicycle Shop

Watch C. Tyo last Thursday morniIng. | Tuition BudcetrdFREE : MpTORCVCLFS
After the Opening BervU.*' -- I I I FIVTHIIJJMN I TRUCK: OMC C1LN1KH!: : PLACEMENT Cu.bman ft. "' .... Srootm
; $250tO I ,
'LIVING ; Miss! K )HS di'monntrated furniture Special DIcatIHa.tZendappMoinayclPs&Li.s
I FARM S \rUL"() I PONTIAC! Brush-Up Courses
bu.lnf| bringing out
1 '20/' N W. 8th Ave. Ckilneirvlll' Central Oc Service
different points tn look for Hairstyling
WORDS'/ We Kp; -ilnlUe In S.J :2533Replicariu\ 8CHVVIKV BICYCLES _
all types for ilifferi-nt: sqttlnjfa LOANS SALTS ft BERV1CX: r.ockmilh,, & Safe Work
I ) There wan a dlwimalon Factory Trained Mrrhanlcalit 415 U'. I'nUenltrWIltN Ave.nal .
January 31 on the \\uter clinic held the Inc.
S Timber CI.KAN: !\ l'ICI:1J: CARS MS!' S. K: bt O"me'vlU]. _..,".. ::11'-77"
I thru'February previous week at the school Imported Car Sp"l'laUlits 38-4105
5 i cafeteria 1 Inatitllutlon of ofAc* DiUry Farms, 2241 N. MUNGalnravllle :\ITRIIF.nK"ZU'.RUIF.O: !!
ors. was ronrliicted by Miss .' Ranches :n .U1l ,\ ( ,- i
$ ""**
OUR PRICE IS ONLY $110 ut RUMS. This wns, the 1I,1'.t time I II S Part-time AFarpta 'Itl'KIS ..Ltica 4'

I Miss Ross will meet: with usa taual; ,, Sulcn' r.t'h.. 5cr- _
6:55: a.m. Sundays her roftlgimtlon li efftettvfl JEEPPaoally I i, 115: 1"; i-Vcund St 0..1.11I.. House of Carpets

When you select desk in the Marnay Signora.' -' nod February 10Ve( win 'miss Long terms.. no penalty : of 4 Wheel Drive Ti-l. .IT'.!-'III''I I I _

Budget. Series your desk will havuf '" 6:23 hi-r but wish her every happiness Gr>i pre-pnyroent I I "O4incivllle' Only: Carpe.tSPI"lty'
: a.m. I "1 in her new venture RAMUI.It1America's UTTOS.tLVAiEPaul's ; ? ,"hlp" : IT'S TPCE TO ::110'""

1. Baked enamel finish Weekdayswith tin'Kill ATl\ nnot; :! I FEURRAL LAND Pined! Economy Oa- nUltJ\\: :MeI.EIr: ; Cau:
I Omce> Methodist: Church I HANK ASSOCIATIONof Sales and !Service Auto SalvageWe ffnIC': Tl I'IiOr.nert G \l\t.SV IIXE
r 2. Chrome plated square legs School 945: a.m"'orllhlp 11 <:AINE8VIr.fEIS Buy Wrecked Cars At L-tatdlhll.rifl.i Mayflower Inc.

3. Full suspension file drawers Rev. H. Walton a m.. Kvcnlng: servlres\ 7:30p.m. r (oi'i PRICES : :>" .... \\1.Lh.-31"3It" : ,
4. The newest functional styling ., Prayer CIrcle MunvUvy, 8, i ID .0.\V. 13th St. Ridgway Motor Co. GaIns! .. 'alleflN full. ('& 37II-S324'
In Live Oak I :\Iodels: l Uwd
and beauty you'd expect only in Grady am,.. MYF Wednemlay 7:30: .! tnC, ". Ohio .\.... 1132 B MaInG&ne.l5. Part Cf (RrTF: : "nom ''C"N: I'AI.TT & fiLASSLiddcll

much higher priced desks' ___ p.m I 111' I rvirfjpa' Serttre-W. U1U _
Pastor! of FirwtPresbyterian Flint. Baptist Sundny' S..hloIf \ Paint &
,And the satisfaction f of, real savings.. rtlJ'lIW or ll'.H'J s'v Churchill ) am. Worship 11 am, I i'' .. rtnd Any Part. For T... I INSIST THVT ALL YOURCOStRKTE

M you're opening a new"! office or MARNAV I Starkeon I Training Union 8.::no p m 'II '.. i B & G Motors Co. Oalimrllle 37C-43IS' : PKOOlCTtARE Glass Co.

giving the old one a f fresh new appearance Evening services 7'30: ( p,m., I 441 :V Past Stoi-k. Yardir KY4M/F. PCIN1'q

; .come in. See1QfyutirseIt.Bradford SIGNORE I Prnver 1r..ptlng.edn..I.ly\ | ADU.J.'COLOClC1ftR.F.j : nut BEST FH -.. Glass :Mirrers ,SiJdis. i'seri
POWERFULCHANNEL "::.10 p.m.. Urotheihood. WMU I IYWA. I \ Conditioning. Healing .
Ink Enrlv: nrr. !ih.weeUnor
EtA and 0un tlrnt I| j I A! : SERVICE Edward Building
12 Mlnd.nn Awnln -
County Telegraph WFGATVJ.irkson anti third official Thursduvs! meeting SundaySrhDol rnrhHuturd.iy I 'I Fine Selection of Used Car. RUSS'S SHEET Supply. Inc. Carprl'mt \\*Ileipt. !I&....

7'.10:: Jack LHnghltm Taken On CtocfcllM Trade ,:I ... '.,''n-l1:.' U. >l C''nQuJtat.qs$ .
> illeragIdct1uuiILI of Jacksonville was guest, t"vl N. W. 13th. 5*. 441PlIONK METAL, INC. "A T-n-'T1.t. P: rt 1.. :V.\V !ElxtrflWri St

I -- ,I speaker Sunikiv( 37117315LMcelnM.rrury.C.' \rillKN; : SLTPI.IBS flAP4F..P7IJ." :37211151llj'I3.'q'f

!i I ('01151:("1loN I 11.1.. .

The lovely shower given all ...$ I
WE : the home of Mr. 1 Paul Smith | rsED! CAH.S I. .\lr r..ltloAi.c Johnson & Paris, Inc. OCiIlChrome

was In honor of :Mrs Edwin ': } Authorl/ sale &: Service Sheet. )..tal onpl 1 1. Line of
Shatterproof Piuleett/ and NOT Mrs. Edwin.| Plating. Inc.

Starling. : as It was written In' CraneLincolnMer 2S30 N K Iflth Terrace strnrifXRTHJKKI: CN:" TS-" CWpjxr: Nickel Chrom:trm'
Flexible error last weekMrs. L :
c i\INTS\: ILJ.K: Cad"'hlm.J: [" l rtnUMng
: Unnlc Grim of Atlan- ury S7S-HI81 HIM. 3-27l Mnm Custom. BufflnctNTIOfC
I I F1 J LongLastingonly ti Ga. was visiting. her son I"w..lrl.-P.. "PI we CI.EA\IM1
nnd daiiKhter-ln-law Mr and El ON ICAUGHT 544 L. {I'nUemUT A**. ',\-. Rent T--*11 ';"r Spnodcrs'
I '1 90! Sq.Yd. :Mrs Carl Orlfnii. and children Oalnesnlle 373-4351: Automatic Trun"n.i...loni V4 W Sth Ave Indiir1: Hard Chrom

-34 fnch.wkleR' lust week Mrs[ Jim Burton English Fard-\'elv. rnO"'F)" 37-l7' IJ3 NF 2nd .\..._ Oral.

cc All. M" C 4a" wUiht of Jacksonville: and Mrs. tlnra OUT AN LIMB USED CARS City Automatic rv ir .. nif nLADIF.S DUI S5-4I*

<;* Cox of Wulilo spent Tn..- SIS South Main
of week TYJ1F.Wn InnHa.n.cock : !
dny last with, llf.
"\\".. GsineaW S1t.3CU ..: WEUChe.rry
n Ox bouth) 1>rea1taan..! Transmission Inc.
anti Mrs P. U. Dtnktna.Mr }
you are up to your neck' in
and Mrs. Leon Owen of TvrM" writer
now. ,you 11 wish vms hadn't I' DODGE: n\BT
I I Angler. N. C spent part of waited. to flt yourself "some" lowttwt DODGE TRl'C'K"Sall'aUSt'TYlce Repel, .4 Picetisnt. KXCHANRE:
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S. P..e. & 0s C. l
D. .d
/the week with Mr. and Mrs All Make, and :%\ od.ts sIulevvi's
I aI.d. .. .b I .d .c N.e.. b.54..d ... .. nI ;:. storm wimluw! Po it now! Smith-. Corona--AuUvarlietf
I I .b. .b.. l._ c_. W R t>xonMr If easvwith. Warps EAS1: X>X TRICKS A CARS I > !: MMtFor, Fashionable" r> ler

.(qvYfl and Mrs. Leslie Phillipsn4 Storm '\'i".l.Kits." Contain 1..I..hlt "'"islPooleGable i-____ D>'annmeler PrTettedWORK C4.lyria, t.dltanRre CIan'lrtTt.aUaAdtrw |

sons spent the weekend1 evmrythim' amxiad for a earnpleU : r--stT: 's-cO'TSf.TfR'IT'I' !: J u.hlnH. caie'ia'at.oraS.CU .
with her mother :Mrs Byron. ( sierra\ window.: CAST-ON: | Motors Cf.\K.VXTFE: : -SERVTCTRZjrTAia: '
Hi-Kister.! |In Jacksonville T1MF-dlurm ,_ "-
and Mr. A. W Oankina window hit .la only 3W at 119 S. s:. lt Av Gainesville 1409 S Main : .,,,,--ts with as rb-it-

215 E. Washington St. Ph. !% (I-1201 and rh'ldren.! and Mr and Mrs )OILS local dealer. PHONE 177-4311 C".a1rwnUa. nt.S1f. 104 W University o.J.nt'n11e 431 N Main se,. Oalsm..vULe
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er. Mrt. Paul Meng and MI'L !' ......an..mtrt. .VV'r I YOITTII ll.HKKTII.I: .

Joe Oisaj and brought my. we the had refreshments a- I',BROOKER BBS BYLINEWe NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED \ The Youth Basketball League .

e Home good time It was better than Is In the second week of : lif ...
Christmas-for .me. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY \ l play littal wjek's renult I t a l+e.
DemonstrationNotes There! were beautiful bath i*I By Betty RabON>> I II were: Starke il.inlware 11, I

towel sets white pillow cases. ....-.................... are all through with exams \ Register Oil 3; Starke Hanire .
a crystal bud vase a sliver '] of now and everyone Is glad i (' i lassies, defeating them 42-40.'I >"" 13. Southern' Discount -
Claude and wile
: bread tray a deviled sag Crosby Tomorrow we haw a well deserved RJE Ola Brown, playing her lastS 111: Canova's 13, Re Uter. Oil
A. ,r plate and attractive woven j Westconelte and Air. and Mrs.of holiday. The teachers, signs & j S season' with the Tteercttes.: >-, bUuulUlil IJiSCUUtll .-, V...._
pot holdeis. I Morgan LN. Tilarunan I| have a work day Friday. stently led the team in lIl'orlnliIIU\ Jewelry. 14.Sclradute..
r Ii; By Dorothy ROM During the meeting I wondered Gainesville visited their mother : which they use to grade eti I. ... :33 points.. I for Jan. 30 '' lOOK OUT!
Mrs Mott, recently. I
HMM Demonntnition Meat why the girls acted S I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Uaxkey: i''J ams and post gradsa. Our The The RJE: boys and girls will Stark Hardware! vs Com
strangely they seemed to exam schedule' was the following ", ; take on Live Oak: this Friday Jewelry. D a.m. Cunova Pharmacy
giggle and of Waycroifl O*. visited Mrs. : Tuesday 6th & 7th per- s nluht In the! local 1)11\ vs Southern Discount i
whisper a bit more! I
Pearl Markey recently iods. we had our 7tl\ period fleers" : I rilVRCH NEWSBethlehem Ciinovit Pharmiicy vs Gen '
than usual. Now I realise
rOCNCOL OFFICERS ,, delegate to the state council. they Airs. Jkiarsle Lewis Mrs Amanda exam. Wednesday lit and: i 10:43 SIWIIMEUm
trouble | Free Will Bap-: Jewelry ; u.m. ft'glO.el! (
I I were {; slipping I
RLCCTKD The afternoon was spent In tx-wls, and Mrs. Pitt I
2nd periods had 1st
Oil .
the gifts in so aa not to beseen we our i dent; I tilt Church observed their annual va Southern DUcotmt.dtaiullnss ,
Home Demonstration Coun. ., making fabric pictures and Baxter visited Reddick Thomas peiod: IPx.an3rd. and 4th l .
by ; i I Pinter and Church! Anniversary (won-:j n cU officer for 1965 were elec- learning how to hang them me. In the Veterans Hospital In periods we had our 3rd II
In spite of the secrecy and period lk. : on Sunday.:: JI21, 3.0; leer Jewelry.
ted last P.'IdST! at the quarterly with furniture groupings in aroom. strange actions we did have a Lake City. I'I exam. 6th and 7th period we .. ) :! ,I and raked.. $180. On Sunday, 2.1; Southern Discount 2-tCanova' .
meeting. 1S\ :a. H. :B. Hamilton We would. like to welcome I : !
had .
our 5Ui .
good discussion\ program on period l ian; Jut 31, at 6 p. m. the church 1-3; Reglatur Ol
of S'ai-ke will again head[ PEOPLE ARE WONDERFUL to Mr. Jimmy exam. Thursday had ...
the proper hanging of pictures Brooke! and Mrs. we our er ; will sponsor a Christian education 0.
the group: with Mrs. L. M. At the close: of the 4-H In Clark and chtldren.ClarW The 2nd period exam lAt and 2nd ; program for the church Junior Results. : Chamber! oi
Wildes as vice president Mrs. I a room. come to from Starke I period. 3rd and 4th periods I Commerce rfn\ lfonl Suzuki have spirit Afore than
( meeting Monday afternoon Olrla present were Linda us Sylv..s I of tomorrow. 2S. > liar
Elver X Lanum secretary i the Starke older girls aurI Edwards Phyllis and Madonna and have moved into the Eva we had our 4th period exam. ; | Weekly schedule CIS follow: I ..cr Snap, 2U. AI1II.",'. Uiugk cycles. Suzuki lightweight motor-
Mr*. L. V. ILirdln treasurer, are already Eng
I, prlaed me with a bridal show- Harrell' house 41th and 7th periods we hal: pal 13, Koch Drugs 8.
Meng Karen QIM,, Patty night Senior Crm-.r land's favorite Imported ffgKt-
Mid Mrs. T. Flannagan
Mrs Amanda Lewis, Mrs. our 6th prilod exam On 2 ,
Anili'vws, 0
I May Elaine Poster. Thelma liams.! n-hcenal. Tuesday night: ytiimUng) weight, outselling all otheri.
-- ------- and AUce Knight Sandra Iva Douglas and Mi'". Pearl Wednesday and Thmsday. the Henry Story Hour Wednesday night, Chamber, of Comuvrrs 1.1;
I 1, Hunrin. Patricia Edwards, Markey attended the Council students hud an hour and a : general Prayer Meetlnii! Koch( I.I; riruilrorJ Uarboi Now the superior Siuuki are
meeting of the Home Demonstration half for lunch because! we C. Shop 0.2.dehoduie.. here in America!
( and Mary Jane !)era.ThouahtflaInea. are Thursday night Junior Choir
Take The Drudgery i such as this Club In Starke last didn't have 6th period. \ I rehearsal and Ladles. Circle Snt., Jan. :SO: -- Como In today snj sotfiple
Friday.Mr. Thus year the office required PTA .Koch VM UnulforJ, IMrbor the
makes all my efforts seem I Friday night! Prayer Rant: spirit of Suzuki. Sec the
worth while alter aU. I have and Mss A. J. Crawfordof that .a teacher give an :xam meeting. Siturday night 1st Shop, P:4i: : u m. Chamber of different models\ / in our ihow-
known these, girls and their Lake Butler visited Mr. and In all the clues excluding held I and 3rd I Can Meetln Commerce vs Andrews Drugs room. Ride one.
Out of Income Tax Time I mothers for several years snl Mrs. Roy Carroll on Sunday. atuily hull. And that the tu- niiiht. Rev rwls McKay pMtor. CIIII./'l' n.\Slu\I.; '. Prove
shall milt them very much. Mrs. Minnie AdJclnaon Lback dents May in the claim" the full dent. 'I Greater Allen" Chapel! AVIE The KUim-ntnry Ulrla. wll. easier. loyouriclf: they start
I However. It has been my privilege at home after spendingthe two hours. The exams are siding. Church Services wLT t.*ln I play their Drat genie t'rUUyut U'aMe Run quieter. Have more
adds to nee!> these girls grow past two weeks with her very important brcauxe they and with Sunday School at 10 a the Armory. All girls should shift. More horupower. Simpler to
and develop Into the promising daughter and family. Mr and count one-fourth of our semester ) tend. I m. Mlsa Fannie" hell Presley I I report no earlier thnn 3:13: : p. riJo. comfortable to
subtracts !youth thee are. Mrs. Reed Lewis in WlsRlns. grade. They are also .' In charge.' At 10 a. m Rev [ In Tune Uuakethuwks vs Pointniskurs .
STRAWBKRRV: DESSERTSIn Miss. important to the seniors because ; j j1UK Sampson will bnptUo. Waiter I will .play. Also! : Up to 200 mile per
multiplies i being> : loyal to your county \ Mr. and Mrs Ifarlen Smith the school they are attending : j| Cuminlnas at his home with: I We have only two tennis In gallon Go anywhere Park
you will want to u., Us 1 a rvj noit of Aubunnlale spent after they graduate, if day | the assistance of the officers this l league! but would Ilk. to anywhere.
product.. Here sre throe ways i the weekend with Mr. and they a<\ usually\ wants their. will ; The! Mhxlonaiy IJopirt-I MO mars. All girls 10 through: Ales: Cun.C'nvrnlent.
FIRST :you C"aJua, the Incomparablestrawberry i Mrs Leroy Stokes. first 'semester! exam grades The meat will worship; at :Mt. :Zlo'i: 13: urn n.kv| to contact tilt( !
TIME EVER : .I ISfeawberrv Mr and Mrs, George Morrison The exams tent!> you on everything << I II AMB!: Church Lawley. at II. j 1..I'o..lIon. office ferrrH,of course
Whip ; of Gainesville visited In that you are supposed to | Rev McKnlKht. palter; Mrs I 1"111completo' part: snjicrvlcc.
Orm package ((10 og.1 frwen the home of Mr and Mrs. Roy to have learned the first semester. I p i Robert Scott president 1\1-\' I IUtne":1t: It 1'1'1'1'' I __
An Electric Adding Machine : sweetened! strawberries I sliced Omen on Sunday.Mr. ers slonnry Soclnty. The JUl\I l >: i fin urn I
1 or 1U c cuter: fresh strawberries and Mrs. Frank Tliuiey" Monday the! senior had l s "" Choir U. asked to no. lIf'v.U./ ..... Tonii'| |"', I lunl rHuit'lay '
oge-thUd cup sugar. of aalnesville> visited Sundayt Clans. meeting to decide what thane! Girl Scouts ale a ked t Hthool in a. ,inI I' $ r'
f for I less than oue-tourth teaspoon red food the hen of Mrs. Pearl to do about the two sponsors Porter : meet Monday at :S t |>, mho I Mi>rnlny Wumhlp. 1 II 1 a. m
$$100SmithCorona coloring fopUonsJJ. S table* MArlu',. who didn't have a free trip to F3TA. Hnoin :23.m.ritsov. Training union. tl-,10:: p. mKvunlng
I Ii spoons lemon juke 1 tablespoon Mr. and )0[,... Fred Bennettand New York this spring with us ITEM: : Worship, 7 :30 p. m
;i water env Iope un- baby from Port Neches. I' Out of the goodliest of our Talml Funrrnl"' I si-rvlres for CharleiEllerson. I 1 I'ruyor" IIh..tllI&I'V..n.cocln& ) I $225 and Up
1 flavored gelatin two-thirds Texas were visitors at UM I hearts we noted to pay. for ; who died In Jacksonville 7 :1O p m. RA. OA, end Hun
cup evaporated milk. chilled home of Mr. and Mr. Roy I'| their trip out of our treasury. I eitce!> "' J Ji t nn aunljy JT :24 hranm every Other Tluirntlrtnfturnotiii. > Lake City Marine .
for whipping Green this week. The Ben The automotive mechanics: |II will bit held nt 11-thel Htptlst, / dndSporting
Thaw InItIP"Ic .. then netu are also visiting. ( friends rises i last i hU Church
: I I had a car wash Bat- I nt 1 p. in. BunJay. Goods
I IMiami
end relatives in Palatka and I Ii
empty Into a small boY Add urday from six to six. For a I Jubilee Jan. 31 Mr Dlllorson': was' a
siinar and stir untU dtusolred to return', after to Brooker which they..nrouhhOIl)4 plan dollar they> would wash you- i 'IP'MTA I longtime! cltl/en of Staike. II" R fv. A. Donnoi w.-. o.'ftc..it': ITOS I'i:. Diivni! si.
Stir in food coloring1 If df'atr'M. car, vacuum It t out clean the Miami Is survived bv two son. Mil lit the service, a ml Chestnut: Ph. 732-071:\
r Place lemon juice aai I I I windshield. both IntUle. and | ton, of TnllalviAHCc.' and. Rob Fiineral Horn. U In C'h\r.11: oarrnnucmcnts. Lnkr.' Cltv.! I,'In.
water, in a custard cup. Sprinkle A number of young folks ]I p, out They would really ales The I ert. U S. Navy, : one il.nmhtpr. ,-
on gelatin to soften. Place !I from the Ilrooker: Baptist you the works: for only onmeasly 1 1 two brotlitra, and, four sisters
custard cup in a small sauceI f Church pntu".ct| a retieat!> at dollar. I will let you Ing In .. .. ,. -
I I pan surrounding with a small Camp Montcromery! on Crystal j jI I know when they are having! to the |
amount of water. then heat I Ii Lake About 15 youngsters another car wash so you can' utty. [
i over low heat until s eatln! liI had fun hNclna and partlrlpaf be sure to b* able to make It of .
I dissolved. Blend gelatin Into I tine In various activities. --Bt.VII DenmarkFIRMT : the' \ (j5 -
strawberries Chili until mix- The study loot for the Juniors fill. Cllevelle ;

I 1 tore begins to thicken.: Then was 'Bible! Ileroea." The PRr.MnYTI1"S ( : _
whlo chilled evaporated milk Intermediates studied. "Blu*- CHURCH The '. rAtrrll:: f.,china Sups, Start/ Ctupt, -

: until stiff and wUl hold a I prInt," and the young people 1/. Walton Qradr, JMInl.trrJ curved 1 JYAW..1V.4't. :-:
peak. Fold In straa berry miI *- |i had "Victorious Uvn| A'l' i j J Schedule! for week of Jan a ..
FIGUREMATIC I lure liichtlr but thoroughly. who attended had a lot of fun 1'1 SI 1 The : ,* -.
Note: Chill evaporated! milk and Fm l\lno'rame h rn. with Sunday Sunday School, I I
In a dry. Ice cube tray until more Bible knowledge 9:49: a. m. Morning Worship play .
"slushy." I Dr. Houpt of Btarke. parti- II a. m. Family IJf, Conference final HIIOI'i, i
.50 For" a quick: and easy des'.art | rlpatlng In the. men's day of combined Youth MeetIng r drr -
$ spoon strawberry whIp the Baptist Association .presente4 and Stack hipper lit presn, ,
jnto 4 to' dee ert dishes f I the apecLal muxlc at Methodist Church 6 p. mFajBlljr by the
$89 Chill until! act. about I to 2hoqr. | Sunday services in the Brook Life Conference Evening : I
.. I er Baptist Church. Wornhlp. lat Methodist srotlng < 1 '
To make starwberry chiffon The Brooker Baptist Church 7t30: p. m. belt ", I
pie. Turn strawberry whip Into snnounces th* studies for the MondaP'amlly tlfe Con with
Plna Tat a baked and cooled or 9 Monday and Wednesday nl ht tel rrlre. let Baptist ClK.nli. Tl o ,
Inch .pastry shell. Chill until services wet be taken from 7p. m. victory
Add 7 Columns-Totals 8 to 999.999.99SE
set about I to 2 hours. i the book of D-uteronnmy. Tuesday -Family/ Ufe Conference .
To make strawberry snail Everyone is cordially invited Worn.,,'. Meeting, 1st /
IT NOW torte: Cut a. 10-incn bakery to attend Methodist. 10 a. m Family j {
Intel food cake Into I even
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layers Spread strawberry 7:10: p. (a.
Bradford County Telegraph whip between layers and > Wednesday: Family Life I
frost top and .Idf>.. Chill un HAMPTON Conference, tit Baptist ; .
Ill set. abuut I to 3 hours I I ; Churrh. 7 p. m. 1 ,; .; k

ny Mn. tK.:. .IUD Thursday. '- Choir Practice
P.... 4N.|INuaaauuaaauu. i 7:10: p m. 1- _

I .__. KIRKT HAITISTflft'fUll.
rb j NTAKHKVrmans '
Four 4-man crews wit. met 1:[b. !i.J.J;
flIIIihMMl ., up for JUmpton's Pre l>- ] :-0. .
fur .11""" .'. J"nat '
rarLmrnt at Uw in
mmltagt "
Hampton Morning: The Word ll.- I (discover the rlr/ ) .
city haU on Tuesday\ cam., n..sh/ and Dwelt Among A" err ur(
evening Jut Jaa. .
week 1* .
Us (Jn. I.14)). Kvsntnjr: Mer.vb. All "
In addition to the four \olunVvrs -
a ., F/nt. :krlhrsblChurch. / Find out what .
tenant was on appointed each crew for. each llsn1 1', In, Kdwln M. rtsr .an. .

crew.: nmuUs msUn will .skr, 'nulMlng' Togth"

bn UiUd held at Tumdar. the: city evening hall on each the: I|I'I Tau Life Conf In pert.rrmspunMirvd of UM Fsmlly by MITO : :: 350 lip feels like/ i

UM MUtke MmiMMlsl
month. C R. Cox. fife commisstoner. Alllnnce (;iII
in cooperation with |the y
presided at letws.k'e
..rtu"". civic orgtnitttUmt of .._1.... !' )
: Btrtilnj. Fifteen men in Americas ;intermediate
I was present and A flnan'-e HI ark*. favorite carr :
and procra/n committee was . amrned. coiulKln of Roh.rt .. ".. .y Worship, 11 ..... 4s<1,*l I .-.
Cuichen. D. 1'':. HU1 and JffOaker. end 7.30 pm. HurbUy H'bool. I ,
I a 41 ..m. TriUpInc Union. KTT Y. ] .-.
NOT JUST A : A list of directives for each ,,1:1: p.m W.>lnwlay ."A 0111 Y I ./ .' ..
Night Huppvr, Isle pm. Frayr Jw ..
en-w to pt)4LIn there- ..
FAIRWEATHERCONVENIENCE ant raJUOHALA firehouse"' > Meeting. 7:43: p ni. J M r t1 w' ee ,w. ,,.., ..

Mr. and Mrs. ferns. Bran rue 'arol1T rocitt I /w On* j .-.

are the parents of a dsuslttcr. we, y.. ... ... t'f, I. age 2 ....
Monica Jjsn- born SsUrdsyJan. ..tees. r- ,....... rnvpn.IIROK Uod.. J -
23, at Bradford County "._uta P... TEL14R ... J _
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Our dim-in f0.,W'KMJOW fI a vast : 'I'H
y.cx hospital In HUir cMr Florrl -
. Pleat limn'
YOI.'ree1inlllow.f in l
corn on and plunk youru.lt
around taw*atMr convwitrnw for d.. too B-TU Bro-m. "I I
ovrpoidors. : and Mr down in tho bucket nf '
mtU a (.tuov"lr.1f.allbu Super: Sport'
UM >,aad bank right 'from yowr car.' Mrs Kxnnetti B "<-* .. an 0H.Zb'en. Flick this tIJlltwm-LrinJ that MiH-cjat-Ofler, S.VVhp, power dlscneer the

No parking or tending in ,Grw probiwiBS... sre 1rI'1'nretit.. Beginning Feb. 3 {I-lMit to (life. Thwn. gar find. a road' unJ try nut to .miL,. ".
John cra"'iJrlIII\ .; sjnf ; We think It's t.:
and fOU can con o jpov oral Mr Inn Mrs D r iw'. the greatest .cpjAtl since wit-ki'n.U -an.l. (ICrI'IICC. t b
that for the other <:hevt-ll lot Th
goes \A' to-. lU&-hp. Ami! r
ro.4 t bar r'ICot'corco"roaa about The Following the 2-V- ant! .1X( >-hp Jots wcr can ord-r fur you. +

!/.. oar drtvm- n filter. window whlrb with h*: was pneumonia Mptisllrrd" with fore And' of course if |power domin't sell you right ofT( mayfio -
short turning radio and overall hamllintr/ canes:
..HOD..G1MI bone(. *-Mrs.ral! day lt week.: Will Be will. Or its Full Oil aiupruuori rids.<) Or lU all-vinyl, cur.yetcd -
Poster Hayes was taken I '
to Bradford County Hospital interior.<< Or maybe it. Juat plain oU Chevillo value.;

In Stark Saturday for
treatment.Crt All
FLORIDAAT DmnUon Is In n. Myttt Drive tomtthing !itgUy/ -discover the difference at your Cheurolet dearer

visiting .1th relatives.. C/icrmtt'l '
HIMDFOKU!) IIAKIIKK: 'llt( n'III' t'hvvy // Corvuir JTl.'I/I!

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AT STARKE rill: RIGHT PUNT.e -la. (CITY' H.lKliKK: GO ,,,Ii

wet yam WYtI4' Cam.a and 1XON"S KAIUIKK.. : |
Oo of 31 Bulb of the Florida National droop sea.re.r rs* rll* fIiTEK- Gaiewl1V beVrlJe looi. :
BROOK Fsmouta r>.. TEU6ottAtl MOKOA.VH; lJ.\JC mlc: ) /

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. : s tirrrs HAKIIKK:
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