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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 4, 1965
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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For Service I, To Get Water


Four Receive Merit AwardsAt



? \ Annual, C of C BanquetApproximately ; $66,000 Loan



200 persona) Bishop Jr. handed the gavel
were present at the 18th annual to President-Elect Charles: N : ; .1 I I For Brooker

ley ,. Chamber of Commercs Sawyer, who will head the ,
Banquet Saturday night to Chamber In 1935, wishing
ire four local men honoredfor him .'the best year In the I
their contributions to history of tho Chamber 4 New water facilities for the town of tracker will located At the Brooker State

Bradford County. Speaker for the occasionwas I be constructed! with a $66.000 Public Facility. Loan Farmer Market, Under terms

Winner nt the Chamber of Commerce'! annual .,,'.nI.. prmented Saturday. at the Presented annually by the Freddy" Peterson an artist announcedVeilnesilay! by Commissioner: Clarence II. of the lea.,' the town ofunder
banquet. anual Chamber the awards were lecturer and humorist Osthairen of the Community Facilities 'I will maintain the
were Good Samaritan John Admin vl li, w.
Simpson 8r. God I (
[ Government ........ Illnnd-
I worth and Good Oltlxenahlp. Rep Arch Thomas Jr. Winner o: the Public II.althward. chairman made by Buford Mitchell who makes his home In .-. J Wal\hlngoton. n.) C. The Federal loan to be rfJ'I\i\1{',\ \ l1\f\1\.hll.
of the ...Iretloncommltt..e.
Zeprtyrhills seven months of from U t \ the
receipts the if-fi\Q"'l\nca
Dr. Junes W, (lnO) Patsy Is not shoMn. new water- service, will cove h I
I They came as the year. Peterson told the' {'ILARLESSAWYER.: tire project cost. I I1MIt 'M'c[ ay Loan Program -

complete surprises to the four audience tat: he has gotten new presltlent' of theKlarfce George 11. mere. attorney Gainesville anti| work up final << Is available to eligible
honored men. They were: -sand In my shoes' and considers Bradford County .specification communities
for the town of Brooker said IOU that! blda on only after they
Council Cracks Down James W. Bloodworth. the himself a resident of Chamber of (Commerce received fie would l confer soon. with the the project: may be advert have" bn unable to obtain

Good Government Award for Florida. gavel. al banquet project engineers, David l II vtt In the near future. Construction private financing on reasonable
his role since 1958 In organlx- Music for the annual ball last Saturday night Smith Engineering. Inc of I I _.U ach Ing and promoting the de was provided by the Skylarks .
uiinpr way within '(\vu mo"'tn.' .
On velopement of the Starke and an exhibition of ballroomdanclnll' with completion date set for
Fire
Arms SaleLocal Recreation Program which was given by Miss -- In Compliai nee! Decision four months later. Council

has been acclaimed one of thebeet Oall Olah and Don Nenerker The project will "Include new
of Its kind In the state.A. of the University of Florida rmrtors, pump the wlIot.r.Mhl ,
retailers selling firearms a 12-foot wide strip of property Agreed to duplicate their J. Thomas Jr.? the Oood BoardAdv Seeks writer mains to serve. around CommitteesAre
are now required by the in back of the stores on 1964 order for Christmas decorations Citizenship Award for his effort 7A: homes. and biislnesa-.
city council to keep a registryof the north side of Call Street. which totaled approximately In promoting and or. Green Cove
toll A !arse has been
negotiated
their stock and be licensed: Stump's and the old Worth (1.100 as part of anlslng the Bradford Coun with the
by the town council according Building so an alley can be their plan to eventually decorate ty Fair,, Among his other of State Department NamedCommittee
to an ordinance passed !paved providing access for I all major streets during titles Representative Thomas iceshould' Agriculture to purchase
Bid For water five
May at rents thousand
Tuesday night at the council'sregular loading and unloading. The I the Yule season.Decided la sUo known as "Mr Brad. per appointments for
gallon front deep 1 wells.
meeting. property is owned by the I at the suggestion ford County Fair" IDAS were announced, a
Effective immediately the I Dover Estate Other property''I' of Fire Chief R. C. (tRedl) Dr James W, Patray Jr The Bradford County work out its own proolems. I meeting of the Lawtey city
three-page mandate also requires owners Lester Crews and C.I' Buford to Install a fire hydrant the Public Health Award for Job CorpsCompetition School: Board meeting here ." council Monday night by
firearms dealers to submit H. I Tuesday morning voted unanimously Joint County Chairman Dave Shuford.
Nasworthy have agreed to | and water main on Edwards his leadership In the successful Board member II. A. Lawson
each Monday a report to deed the city property If .n'' Road to serve the new polio Immunization program in favor of the establishment commented "We'll do Two freshmen councilmen
the Starke Police Departmen, alley la paved. | armory when It 1s built and conducted here last for Starke In of a committee better by ourselves Doth our Buster Bennett and Eug: of each weapon sold. Dealer Agreed for Mrs. Johns to the new treatment plant, Th year Dr. Patray took U upon Its efforts to obtain a Job composed of county school white and colored cttlsi..n.. can Junior College ?*trson. along with Spurge
have two weeks, through the secure prices on 10 trash -receptacles chief also reported a need fora himself to head the drive and Corps Training. Center at principals and bound members work it out by themaelvei. Maif. 'sere appointed to th
next council meeting on February to be placed In city, water main on Epperson saw that serum was available Camp Blandlng seemed In the ". to formulate an acceptable better than.n outsider Street Committee probably..
16. to purchase the parka. Mrs. Johns had suggested .. Street and the council' agreedto l for every cltlun of Bradford making. this week, from Or pen plans rewarding' the could" Gets Top Rank the most Important of the appointments. .

$10.33 license the need for them strti: Investigate. Funds will County. Cove Springs. Implementation of the Civil Prior to making .a motion .
Before any dealer can be said the could The possibility of utilising Rights Act as It relates to the that Pearson, Bennett N.
city purchase come from the sewer bond is John P. Simpson 8r.. the I I the help of the principals and
licensed the new ordinance 10 as a starter sue. Oood: Samaritan Award for the Oreen Cove naval station Bradford County\ school sys bo enlisted. Hall snld "I thinkwe The stale Hoard, of I K.luca<: gro Councilman Robert Scott t
requires that th* council attest giving his full time, without i property lor Job corps trainingcenter temThe can work up .open-door lion nievtlnic. In Tallahassee. were appointed to the Sanlu

to his character and rep : I Is It Worthless? remuneration. to teaching purposes' wav dl cu"'d i first meeting of the policy In good faith that will Tuesday ...v. "prhirlty on.' tlon Committee, and Massey
utation. problem. children, at Bradford at a lunrhron mrrtlno of officials committee was held Wednesday be acceptable." rating to the proposed AlA Jl' Pearson and Scott were given'

The new ordinance was requested High School. Simpson' worksat and business leaders inOreen morning in the USO for a In other actions the Board.: ua-llrnilfonl, communUy ju Taxation and Finance Cum

recently by Police the school five days per Cove Tuesday, bileflng by School Superintendent Approved appointment. of nlor college.This mlttse posts.
Chief William P. Roaser who Board Debates \Whether Or Not week and has been given The meeting .was hurriedly : T. L. C.M'y..nd a Mrs. Dorothy J Iltbbard and acton', In effect, .rnonimnnilH According to policy each 01
told the council that his officers credit for greatly helping arranged by the Green Cove discussion of various aspectsof Lawrence MrKlttrlck aa halftime to the 1IN15 Loglalittur the three appointees to ea. h
had confiscated five .22 many children In remedial Chamber of Commerce after compliance with the act. teachers at Hampton and that It establish am committee will' serve a* chair
caliber pistole from persons To Junk Secondary List work. a representative> of Northrop Following the meeting Brooker respectively; and "finance th. lnntltutlon. Thi, man for four months of ti I"
who had been carrying themon Chamber Manager' Peter J Corporation which d.alt} tn I Casey raid' that no definite that of Mrs. Kdlth Tttitchrnon same high f lrirHy was giver year .l
the streets of SUrke. Hot Novak also gave has annual j aviation electronic and com recommendations or plan to replace her husband Clarence to a "ro;>o...if junior oollege ItAornlnole In other action the Coun I
aid the dealer selling the Doing away. with Bradford I th Bradford County Board I report to the 200 persons present mun .tlona. Inspected the came out of this Initial meeting ss the driver of Bus No County( approved a resolution etoiln.
small pistols, which sold for County's priority road list will 1: of Commissioners Tuesday Ulllng them "this community former Navy facility whichwas and that a second meetIng ", 11. The Hrstlforcl Cmmly Schoc' an alley which: ham net er
112,SO. kept no records of his be discussed at a special: session following discussion of the list has taken forward acquired by Orern Cove will bit held at 8:30: a. m. Authorised purchase of'j tiimrtl r.<'.ntly joined with th> been used on property. owner]
customers or serial numbers next Tuesday | at the regular monthly meet- steps." from the Federal governmentsome I Friday In the UHO tWQ lots adjacent to the bus Ala'huA County School I1ainin Iy Albert JtainMnflalJ In tin:
of the weapons. The meeting was. called by ..Ing. He listed the economic set- IB months ago .It will still be the boa rd'a I I barn t for ".2110; and deferred rerommemtlnir; ;; i thai,; tth* proP west aide of town.
The new Uw also prohibits j j, "The priority list ought to'': bake suffered by the community The Northrop official M B.: full responsibility. to make the action on purchase of. lot <| Instltittlon IM located l I I Chairman flhuford a No tot
the carrying of concealed be based on what money we've during 19A4 as well as Johnson of Washington D. C. decisions. ," Casey ..Id. "but next to Slarke Elementaryuntil AlarhuitLocal. County) the council the county will
weapons of almost any type Ovid Lewis got I to( work with." Conun's-'! the addition I to( local business. told the gathering that the the members dmlre to art the a clear title can be ... I clear a recreation site In the
guns knives, etc. other than I Lion Chairman Ckorge Included among the setbacks l.eOOpl'fJptPrtF Is well thinking and any helpful tsbllnhedMlgned east part of town a.. soon ai
ordinary pocket knife suited for a vocational t schoolunder suggestions. that t offered Bills It gets title to the property,
an erts said 1& makes no Rob.j were the relocation of might be application\ for a
Penalty for violation of then Draws Three to get out here.. and ) the Hercules Powder Com- the Economic Opportunity by the principals who school plant survey by the The city Is presently waiting
ordinance is a fine of up people! that you'll build th..m'. psny the closing of the Act of HW4"If will be affect, to 1300 or up to M days In a road when. we dOI\'& have. Starke Bowling Center and you favor the' programand special meeting of the Hchool' the Hoard It would mat about Hhuford also told the council .
jail or both.Council Year Sentence the money to build it," the shifted operation of the act quickly, I thinkyou've Hoard will be, held soon after 1500 and that It could not bn I February 18 that the county road grader -
also a* the suggestlon The priority list made up Cora-Cola Company got a good chance to" I the Friday meeting. In orderto completed until next t.l1.t will bo working In Lawteyfor

of Mrs. Ruby Johns, instructed last year lists eleven. secondary Among additions to the' get a school within 45 dsys, r..aeh. decision. .on a the earliest, HruiKonl. County's legUU. awhile and for them to
Utilities. Superintendent Ovid O. Le l. of Tallahaa- listed Johnson said adding that course of action before the report any street that need
he
roads and three primary business community Approved/ a leave of aninre live dvlegntliMt will hold a public
Oscar Davis to Investigate .... formerly of Stark, was AtLoan "the property meet all qualifications. ]March\ 3 deadline for compli grading badly.
roads. Since a new list 1 b I the new Federal Savings "" for Jim Temple, assistant t hearing In the count:
the coat of enlarging ..M< made and Association a new
up : Illfa principal from .
every year I i euurlhviia at 10 cam, Thurs
the city's gsrsge to enable th* years in the State Prtaon roads be home the new Dr Russell Jenarn OrernCove urging that pilnrlpals be 'd the council: action that
might switched according I bed nursing said 1 March 22 to April :3 to enable day. .K.b I"l to re .IY. pro
city to regularly sehrlc and the sentence was Imposed ''by to priority or taken Pius Shop. Purnla Feed. Mill, chamber president" j ,..ked to artist t In planning him to visit the Holy IjtndReviewed ( |'HMm| local bill for the IMUansNloti ( mluhl be taken to stop Indiscriminate .
do all repair Including major Judge John A. II. Murplire off altogether. K serves no 1 I'I several service stations an a committee would bfI sp- ,Casey said t They sre the ones plan for tIll I dumping of trashon
ones, on Its vehicles.Tt's ji Levy County Circuit Court. actual purpose according toCl.1t Improved! Country Club and pointed Immediately for additional closest to the problem and the county graded road
summer program slated to Hon. ChnrUy ): John am
If can't eliminate it Bronson. study of the proposaland the .leading. to city dump. He said
see we Charles changed Annual Bradford ) ones who will have to live
Darby the
I recommendations start June 21 and run through flap A J ThcjtinK, Jr IIIv.'IinnOlmr..1 .
I to make
some of our repairs.! Mrs. L wia. who" was represented! "I UJI.t... why we can't i I County Fair date to fall Inline with the w solution residents are littering the approach
CommissionThe July :31, which this year. will' I hot all
Johns told her fellow board oy attorney Each Douglas of leave It like It Is." Mr. Jessie i with the county's strawberry to the City All board members at Tues. include a driver education agencies de.lrlng. poor..ea.1 locallegUlutUin to the dump Instead of
She said the project Jacksonville, asked to bent '' Northrop official acid putting their garbage In the
members. Chostaln said Major Items of : day's meeting. seemed In agreement I
crop
unit 11. .. .
at Ui MlimHMI .
a
had been discussed several to a Mat mental hospital for Robert answered her with i construction mentioned 'for, the school would start Initially I that nothing would < .| |.1| hole dug for thai purpose by
their
present
times but then dropped and psychiatric treatment lie said "Project 11. as listed> last t IMS are the Holiday Inn ant with 100 students. and expandto be gained by> a course of Accepted a mid-year bu' at thin requests| the county Council: discussed
"We should either he all 2.SOO ss present bulldlnii report by Casey who said. the mcntlngMothers various remedies' but to
added. was ronfuMMT'% and" year Is talking about six to ij'' the expansion of Starke's non-compliance which world came
hue a fully. equipped garage .needed to gx somewhere fat( eight years from now, The I''I sewer facility are renovated<1 and new ones result In the loss of Federal I transportation system 1s Ir no conclusion except! to place
or get out of the business al medical treatment He admitted Fsrmers Market Road was on I1 "I honestly believe this constructed' The staff would |funds. for the schools, and need of revision and that h' March sings at the site but Jordan

together"Discussion eve irurtutce of parole the priority list. and there was i Chamber of Commerce has be comprised of 40 persons r would likely bring court action will offer recommendations to Net $597 Fund aid. that had ben .unsuccessful
of enlarging the violation.Judge no money to build It. Then It I',, been responsible, through the Including tesehers and service r against the school boardsooner thai. & effect at the next meet In the .past..

garage!' cam up Just after the Murphre said :Hi* was taken off now Its back I,I leadership provided by lla officers personnel!, with a MOO.OOO() ) per< than If an acceptable ing. Mrs Charles K' .Hut.. -h_mehalrman "If we ever catch anybodyat
council had agreed to have realised that" Lewt M phymcslly. on. It dorI't make sene." for many of the decisions month average parroll. "Manyof plan were adopted Authorised the replacement of the Mother' It. we could m.II..n ex-
Terwinegar Motors install anew If not mentally, UI. but Earlier In. the meeting 1 (listed shovel which represent these persona would be Casey told the board that of three light pole a' I March for the Mari-h, of nlm.r. ample of him. Chairman
transmission In one of cited two letters from doe- Commissioner Jerome Johns I),I this faith In our M-' hired locally and all would outside help was available for the high school athletic" field", .. anniMtnr that a total of flhuford! cogajnented.

the police cars .t. cost of Ion who had recently examined explained to a dekrstlona.klnr lure" Novak concluded: ] become' part of th* corns drawing up a plan, but board and the tearing dawn. of th |M>7 12 was r...U...1 In the
$237 &0. Lewis and could not fljMi \ President If I munlt,." Johnson said. I member. Rodney. Hall objected old Civil. defense .lower th.r.'Jpt.rTed '
for hard surfacing of f Retiring ho..... to house solicitation'
In other action, the council: him .psychotic.Th the Santa Fe Lake road. "our A'I The school would be operated saying "I think II should boot action on appointment Lawson PlacedOn
; .,.. ... Iaa4Krlilay
that /in Stark
Accepted a five-year lease Judge then mok d I audit from the State Road Department I I for an indefinite period done locally Each countyBerries of a cltlawna advU-. wa Probation

on 10( acres of property owned Leirh"" s probation" and sentenced : shows funds of (91.7M72 .- ,I/Sale Are Brisk I of time by" rthrop with the t (Continued On Page Two) .. night
EJdon Hardy for use as a For RobberyWilliam
him
by to three years. through June 20. I IMS federal government paying
summer recreation area. Hardy L Is letting the city use the Circuit| Court at Brooson last 9 1.% mile road Vt" month be- emphasized that i I t II: "....",' Law.sore ..
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property at no cost. Heft. 2* to answer U. parolerlotalka for last for 238300Jg. but JW13! .a .. .
passed a motion to condemn charge at Ua&1'time. I, well do what we can" Monday and t *al. dright at Institution. Under ,, + one year by J."If. J. t f
II* waa.pm.dly U Walter I* Stance led a d.'.- 600" with receipts of 111; the program' he. said tralneei I I Market Adkke" Jr. In Circuit Mare
COMINC; SOON! TaUahaa* recuperating from gallon of II people from Lake ,' .211 10 ce tvglerled. bY closedaccording the would get an initial 1100 and I! WrMny for his part In the n.-

ma operation. II* was later Santa Fe requesting consider 'time, the courthou J clothing! and mould receive an ,, lI March I 1K. 19 : picked sp by the Duvai Coun tlon from the secondary bud to Tax Collector allowance of 830 a month what there were brought lip ear fI' 1 <."'.... station.

tyh.rirre Department ube i ut to hard-surface the road H K.UvIleedln. They would reside on the !bss- j iprtrwi.. on the Hlarke mark. Two lit"I" men r reV' .
The Junior-Senior was released. from Baptist Another delegation of six. peopi for piitTtHKlns, the with food and lodging! aril this week. Tuswlsy** avenge ',, prism s-wtefK-ew for th.! ,
Memorial Jack. red and yellow" lle<<:-ns- the theft/ nt ti!'* -, '", :
Claw Play HnpMal In ; from Keystone Club Es- bright other neee.l'lrs' provld was II4e I ) .VT flat with s I MA 1. In r > .
_yW.. and brought to the tales asked for bard-surfaf- tail which cost a nl-H' m-r- -wi.*,>vur eo t It U anticipate high of 'f 10. w.-I..y"" r n Paul FmXVs" "JM.fi" ..t.'tJ' "
Levy. Jan. S. ......, l..c rear I. M.erh 70 0,1,* j frail' J"1' I IC
'The Dead Coonly jail on Ins of the road also and to .. .. that all: of the youth. .'.ftr... was 1101! : 'e
Lwl! I I. ? ..- !><. orswill" eel'! Florida. Johnson I Vrrei< wee n. "
was placed on from
pvoattnn the County to f:Ul severs! Ian. com miring; the week. ...lInI
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Of Night'Family la Sept 1M3 aftermakltt boles In the main road .leal1' ', approximately' TOOO Ur said. I i Wednesday, 2.121 flta a. r: 1 t (to A" .",''ort.-r.. ,kin' i '' '1'1.
; rMUtutton of II. Inc Into Keystone Club E< I fore thenTag ThI'f...,." rTJ Co.-.r.tlntl .fe been. handled! et IN. fir e 'n'-i''h* t. if ,'-'
.In connection with ...*- ', .t ,.,.k! 'inl P .u-
chare* | UUs. I casts by type too int--e.,." In the Pr1d'! at an, awmge of II M foe
Gun brought by the Wetrt Cbut I, Bunce described the road a I A i ClinicFJwi" Hauling: O. owiwd by stateS.nator !II -1 lmpos, bIe.! muddy rough a typD., 2.500! ) ,..'!,ht In of a trslnin-f center ona ft.ter.Uy was the biggest >1 'need to life >I.. >"T rl*." -
Prison Liter Us,i.,.. I IWhll time pound. I13ft, porn' 2 "V' 1- site provided at Camp ,, with 791 "-La. .t "nri Nw.ni..e. l It*> f."< i-

Stale on prooatlon. I rwM ,;, Clerk Darby" told him tha i 1900. $2172; W. J.M1.4VJOf ) Bs'wI: ne but Johnson ms1It Frsesing. iamperslae'.. de ,erAlt thi". i .: '
Firinr !Kan. pttvlwi Sal.. Feb. 6 Court to paa ng wwrthehck i. program but way down:' in rr. Cove> naval station property crop anotlwr a-tbark and the en ttttin> ta trt' Acton! Fri.dsy ..

2:00: P. 31. leaea to two Tallshato *- {I Buaee requested that theynise "wild. h-. !ftyen greater enn- will b* "allm. plektnr" *In "< Health Officer Promoted Jlge\ / Osewee. 1 I. "'Lt? t
I th .. ., e. -., the 1v..veer probe
ks..4n.em.n.Fhertff. priority of the Santa 'der.en due t etdslnft7 berry UUa" for the fit few
T'ok Spare ContributedWeefclr J.ffnow, m...4 r>. take road <;o"rri, $i40 illP'e thee' ar... .11.1- __ke.TtI. lion of .Joseph Zaek A.I'd'I "'
I' Robert said priority shiuM .. '' ttf. .*. V (wvlagtsa (lets>, h.snh) effkrr. tat Hrmlfonl.I'mlan. ''p' .''''rr( r.onol ,
In PoMirb Gulf countV. Rave Std! hoMson ".re 'e 'hMI" ""' euthwip n fj 1ftxn MrMm' M re.vrgey --f Co fl .
fnmnwity Event by Lewis for chargat f"r- boP eonsld< *d on beats o' conduct It* Quarterly rer or nf I*. B1"J'". ,..-" '''.rreeo lest Thisr, tar worn 1 a4 (lay ,'sestle..wape .1'._. 1_.*. '", the. *.igl,... I n i pa ful.< "d.>> < .

pry and obtaining rauney reader need, and when we have Sing on Saturday. Feb. 1 rt**.I T-sl*.n*; Cents, ",M'I(I..*>. end 278 *.grea* .ta*/ .. .f a rail eW. rb-y .lat ..... MofMa' Malkmal. f '....1 .. thlaolgvla .- new Ark/ere, /", originally:' us.Fplant .

The CommunityState fala* prvtenMa.Lrwla money." Derby described L'I"// suiting at 7:10: p m. T.ITT yesterday that work on th' :.i Friday. An Bank was tranafcrrad to road as "'IIumtwr.l.1t. one 11 mritd to come and ( local proposal will! continue ins f i' lug morning wm recorded l U. ".... nosed. W IU.les>'. tl<0 mn .l l.ral llmtltlt Mr-nlrM. rohbery of Jo* 8U.1IIrafruit ,
stand and "had been ..
Raiford WediMsdar.. I Continued On Page TwolI I bring singer of these new developmr&te. -J!I'I Wwtn.*fay aiorning with I (.L (_ta.... U Sew -.....
j low oC 3/). aI|I| ltM|>4UJ .f la. (i...'". violating "big probation.



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I He said Lex Oreen plans to [ towns. sonville TilE RIGHT POINT for th
., Board Debates move his law office into the Road Department head 2,000 Hear Speaker In First i Articles collected on Good, way you write. Come In an<
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I 1I building. Johns, Mrs. Chaatain: I Johns said he will check IntoIt Turn Day will provide continued select your favorite; ESTER
Road Listing and Zedra Hamilton were j after the group was informed employment for 120 I| BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE
1\\ named a committee to fin;! by Darby' end. County Attorney Family Life Conference HereBradford i handicapped: persons In tiK/U'H.
-.- I Continued From Page One] another building for the Bradford I Oene Shaw that It 1s | Northeast Florida. "If enough
GLADYS MOOTY County Welfa.e office. against the law to pay tli. '' }people cooperate by contributing -1\
hlah. One of Bunca's group The commissioners accepted money ito t the to.vns. i : County's first a.i: them to build better family bags of clothing and should the Need! .
: Phone 964.0651 said "it has been" number six I' the financial reports of I D.1ry') i asked the ccimmisslone -| null Family! Life Confuien-: i relationships" i shoes, we will look forward tot( j Arise "'e Kent;
for three yeas Clerk D.ir'ov. Tax Collector J ,i for permission to p.ir- ended Wednesday night wit: I Daring his busy four-day increasing the number of !, rrutches & Canes
Commissioner Johns sale' I R. Kelly and:! 'fax Assessor'! '' ,i-hase' three; fllllw cabinets Dr. Edwin Hartz' speaking on I schedule Dr. Hartz spok to handicapped persons emp'oy-;I !
H W Moycr of Jacksonvlllititi ] 1 Mrs. Edward Burns and the County will need 80 ft o' Gene Long.Iiamlltou. i "one fur Judge Patten nnl ":,pu'.uIIl Resources in Estab I, church:: groups Junior ant ssn-: ed In Northeast Florida" a Koch Drugs .
,. '.r.tting his son-ln-la\ Mrs. W. B. Scouglns! were. In''i rlKht-of-way and Dunce sale I II commented tha" |j two for the Board." Darby )JI3.III1-. The Happy Home". I I! lor high school groups, church Goodwill Industries spokesman ........r...... .......11...
and dnuKhtcr. Mr. and Mrs i Gainesville on Wednesday attending |I "they'll be glad to." The Keystone I II the Sheriffs fine and for 'I I laid court. house faclliLi's ar1j The", final: nvetlng of th I women's organizations. th -- said. I:: Frr Delivery.
: 1"I'\ Strickland on Saturday.i the Regional Library : Clnb Estates! group wa I ftituro fund falls short of j j crowded and becoming even'' lIerll's'a held at the Firs: I I Bradford.: County C:11It'en'\: | Plastic NoWoooIu--I$2.10 al '
innd Mrs. L. D. Vlnina staff meeting.Mr. I led by Leo J. LcBlanc. furnishing enough money so mare so. 'II 1 baptist: church where famt- I Committee, a Joint meeting I The
Telegraph.
'V\;,, visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. The Commissioners! official far I "All be dcftlrat. of county PTA's. Cf.Uan Club. !
S \ and Mrs. J. C. Dukes to keep up with his $41- of u.f are Kotirt to UI-H: uatlu'red to I I
W nmmermaii, In Stockton have moved back to Stark I j ly accepted the resignation; : or 000 bltd ('t. In the past five i ''n a fix for sp.nce," he ob4ivorj. ': t.hl'm.'I'r&! I to !good; ; ho.ne rcUt' Chamber: : of Commercs Koffee'
: "Qlasi! Wednesday to FrlMis from Oalnesville and are temporarily 1 j: Miss Dorothy Ross as Horn months Sheriff P. D. Red '-> rfihlr' > Klub. and the Rotary Club. 1 1I 1I I
-Ita) residing: with Mr. and I I Demonstration Agent and! ap dish's collections listed $14.- Road Foreman R. II.: Jon 1a .1 "It Is hard: to iiy rxictly Rev Orady thanked: al 1I I
Gladys Weldon speum Mrs. E. C. Dukes. 'I proved County Agent Qeoi-jtr i praised the .new system of division ', how; mAny people' were reached : ,who had helped with 3tMke' '3 > 3 Days
wi- k with Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. W. 1". Godwin i HugRlns' request for a tape I 500."That leaves him with $20- of responsibility ofCcmmlssionsrs. during the four-day! Con first Family Life Conference Days Oily aUAH ? i I
; Hill Weldon and :family 1ni it Chattanooga Tenn. spent 1 I recorder. I 500 to collect with seven. Under the new ; ferctice because of clu'illsatloni. :: and slid: more work will be ONLY, ONLY i
i ,ke City. Wednesday to Tuesday with I }Iut (gins told th"' !group) that months to go; Johns said. I set up Jones works dlrect'y j 1 i hut about 2.*>00 p"opl I I needed to continue to bui d I
(fowl. E. Moredock Jr of VTr and Mrs. Logan Baldwin. i blarkbc.rles will bo grown asa "I think some of the Juvenile under Road< Commissioner I l. heard Dr. Hartz", Rev Walton -I bitter:! families. I
Miami, was overnight Kuesl Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson : new crop next lI;>rll1 and all requests for Onidy., chalrmin, said. 1; Mrs. W. B. JIundy served
a of Ills aunt. Mrs Jot ,{ St. Mary's On., and Mrs. ', that growers have 12 to 14 'I up;' Hamilton added, speaking .1 work on roads Is sent, by litter I Members of the Family Lit I I at chairman of the arrangements !J H. PRIEST CO.E' .
Wlson'hll',i !! eiiroute to th. foe Wilson of Star Ice were acres out. of the rerent plaguing' olI to Jones. planning coarnlttec' met Wed ,I committee. Other com- !
.nlvei. ..ity of Mississippi.ti Sunday dinner guests" of Dr. 1 }J11L f.lll1". Invited the Commissioner I I sheriffs officers by a rush of "It has Increased work efficiency I npudiy afternoon to evaluat mltte chairmen were: MrsJ. .
: md Mrs. P. J. Novak and Mrs. J. W. Brownlee. I an-1 Clrk Darby j juvenile crimes.R'rberts by 75 pjrctnt." he sail the conference and plan for I A. Griffin Hospitality: Mrs i I
i"on..1' business trip tov Chief Lyle Anderson Jr. and to a meeting Thursday: Rpw.sored named Johns: as representative "If everybody sticks to It we'll next year Charles Hardy Turnery; Mrs r "'M.' "' '
: hinti'ti.;' L) C. "Thief' Ronald Mutton of Char- I by the Florida A..*o;la- from Bradford Set better every week. I can It was decided to elect rep I H. W. Grady Library; Rev. ':-,''f"i 0I
"M r u -\\t- Blumc of Jack- ittrxvlHc. Va. spent last tlon of County Agents; at County to the Suwannee River take: the letters and plan my rca"ntatlves from all organizations W. A. Hogan Finance; and o
i .ii'iirliirt two weeks: fuestftv!! to Thursday' : with I Onln'iHvllla, to acquaint them Autho Hy. work days ahead and am not In Bradford County to 0. L Jarvis, Publicity.The .
xv' i-.I I Mrs Volley \frs.!'! Allen Anderson. Mrs. An- with what the University agriculture The clerk read a letter from bothered by so many telephone serve as a steering committee I Bradford County Ministerial
,. I' Irrsm! entertained .nt a buf- j I program has to offer the State! Road Department; calls," Jones continued. to promote better family 11.'e!: l Alliance sponsoredthe
: .1 i r-' '. "'iMrvi' ''i vlsltlnnMi \ fct dinner In their honor last I their counties. statin that a stop sign and Darby said his office hasn't throughout the year. I first annual Family Llfr
and, M.t J hn \V Griffin Wednesday night At the! En- I Mrs! Horace Sanders addllinal warning signs. will had one phone call since th" Before next year'a conference Conference. "but we hope to w a in". Oclxloekrue. Oa. for ten isled Men's\ Club with 12 bromrht up the re-dlstrlctlng be erected at the Intersection system was put into practice( families will be asked! ti 'I bring It more and more Into
due -ll|"StS, I question when she appeared of St. te Roads 22) and 230. and he had been having three send In questions and tapirs I community effort" Rev I
: Local admlttant') Byidod Attfndlnn' the district Meth- before the Commission to ask the crossing: where Lnctnu 1 per day. they wish to hear dlscuiaed I Grady said.IScouts .
County Ho*,",lint t'i'', "l"t nay >oart In High I them to "help tin net out of Conner was killed In a collision Hamilton sAid he checked Rev. Orady said. Unusual response -
: ,-k Include: Thomas tl. Ailr"ws ',' In'', last; Wednesday were ( district seven" Johns told her I II last year. I, the roods In his district with to a film shown to To Join 1
Robert R. Cooper J. .* R:;. I'). O'imtPd. Mrs. C. D he would see about It. Darby also advised commlsaloners Jones and "they are in very high-school students was especially P. ,
(fhrti-les R Boedecker. E'Wf vniins. Rfrs Titus Olson. ,I She asked also that the of a meetingFeb. 25 I, good shape." gratifying Dr. Hartz In DistributingGood
w Haves, Mrs. Minnie Red: tr., fi"i'iFutch.', :Sirs.! Olcn County take some action on at lake City with the new Mrs. Chastaln risked Jonesto 1 Will
.- Mrs. Bct.tIe Woods, an vi.'t'-IL( \f n Jerk Enves!: Mrs. fires at the Starke City Dump State Road Board Chairman: check on a canal near the I said.Members of the steerln". i nags
K n K. Carver, all o. 'oh-'"' O-..-:llnd/ M 's. II. H. and Commissioner Dave Shu- and another meeting on Santa' Fe Cemetery which shI I committee will be available local. Boy Scouts will ob- 'PW
: IIKCMrs. Daisy Pringle \dl1"' ford as chairman of the Mosquito March 4 with the State Road said "seems to be stopped up." i iI throughout the year as speakers -1, serve National l Boy Scout' ;
Mrs. Poncla Crews of > Control Department was Board The water Is backed to to clubs and
in Mr and" Trt RMiit Turner up 1 organizationsand : :
I W-ek. Feb. 713. by heir-inn(
.iwtey, Mrs. Beatrice Schrocif find fjmt'v; '' f-i-i, M.S. Alice asked to look Into It. In a brief argument about I the houses./ as counselors, or listeners. I with distribution and col o f. 'i''wri 0
: Mclrose: Robert 0 \nd..rsoll'I'Il' -I Tort Caroline Charles Salver of Unlversi'" the Bctlid Church Road Johns atik-'d Shaw to prr- I to Individuals with family oremottontl I 1 lection the Goodwill, Industries DiG J ; 1f \' f 1 ) (.i"1
Aston Nick Paul Chab and on Sunday. Manufacturing and Supply Chairman Roberts suggested pnre a simple form of east, ptoblems. I of !! ; -.. .. .:.... ... .
will delivered
| baas. The baas! be
: 'vli Delma I.. Smith of Key- Judge and Mrs George Pat I Cnmoanv of Jacksonville III)- straightening the road; bu ment "so tint WI! ran clear, up : "We will b- making an effort to homes: on Saturday and
itotitHeights." ten will attend the Circuit pea red before the board with Johns said he would like to small Jobs, like digging ditches next year to bring every collected week later
one
Mi- and Mrs. J. O. Sewell Judges Conference In Orlando Information on a steam clc"n- aee the road stay where It Is. out" aspect of the family Into focus s
The goal Is to have 100,000
family of Jacksonville in Feb. 4-8. er his ("om'anyll'lIs. Th" "It would take too long tj: "Drainage Is the blggea'! to every person in Bradford "Good Turn Day" bas dlstrlI only D riJr.J: 9.00
wen"' Saturday meats of Mimd Chief and Mrs. Lyle Anderson << board/ told him thnt a decision change It," he said. probiet"'ye not BO far," h' County," Rev. Orady emphasized. I I bated this Saturday by Scou's
/ Mrs W. B. Sewell. Jr and family of Chsr'nttesvlUe would be made later Mrs. Chaitaln said any I (..dUed.i |I I of the North Florida Council
Local, admittances to 1>0- Va. spent the weekend J. T. Qulnlev; asked! about' changes would "Just delay It." i Dr. Florence Jennings, pro- j j which include Starke
'.ors Hospital this week m- with Mrs. Alice! Anderson work at Water Oak Cr-rV 1 "It would be a worthwhile School Board gram committee chairman '' The baas will b" collected Pl't: 1 hiadtlafl: kk: tE ..
,i-iudi'. Mrs Doris!'! McConncnc '- near his nt He-! delay A six months delay: I '
tnd attended the funeral of property sunwBted a counselor's committee on Frb 13 and all fnm'lle' [> rhcfoJrc-: ; : \:;::1 t Ce.:.:: '.
\ (it Stnrke.; Ivery' Hodge of Mrs Maude Lappe bronn Srarlnuj. Pond: Commissioner might save six lives, Roberts and also the value:: Oti|I contributing flllid bats to th .
Brooki'r.. ; Dro-ward Oalney of Mr. and Mrs. A. H Howard I Johns told him work 1 mild "there are two flO-degrce Asks Advice hiving n mental health clinic 'i j drive pre asked to hove! them VAN H. PRIEST COMPANY
: i, lci- Butler, and Anne Bikes ind Mrs Frank Moore and will be resumed when the angles In that rond.; ,I In the Fall under the aus2l-I nut on the front porch by 9
n Qiandln. lion "Butch" of Palaitka were! weather dries;! uo some. The Commission: voted to I Continued From Cage One I ces' of the' Family Life group. 1. m. on that date so the Starke, Florida':,:* .
Mr and Mrs. S. E. Reyes Sunday afternoon quests of 1 A request bv Mrs. Kate get a rep-escnurlve of th I' "Next year try to hold th" Scouts can collect them
md children 'Jacksonville I Orlffls for the County Road\ State Road Department, to ory committee, as had been
Mr. and Mrs. Frank DarkerMr. conference for a w"ek-wlth Over 8 000 Scouts an-i their 3 Days Only-Mon. Tues. Wed.-
/Mini Mr and Mrs. J. S. : and :Mrs J. A. Build I Foreman to haul "three o>- make a study and give a report suggested by Casey more speakers" Dr. Hartz ,
I adult I lenders wUl p'rtiri I.\tl'!
: fljpp on Sunday. Jr, and family of Jacksonville four loads!! of dirt" for her I next TUl'lId11Y.Commlsslonp1'8 Discussed the duties of the I i toll the group. He emphasized In ticking up the bias and 40 Feb. 8, 9,.. 10 ,
e Mi And Mrs. Bill Baker driveway turned down. also voted to Janitors at the various
were Sunday" visitors of Mm.W. j was I the role of the churchIn : business houses. In the area
: and sons of Hastings' were K. Mldillrtnn and, Miss. 1, Johns mid he had heen Informed pay set sums this year to schools but withheld any action helping to duvelon. better ,
Sunday visitors of Mr. anlMi :Mil.Mire Mlildlotrm. that the County will County towns from the" road until A fiituro meeting, I II family resources "The religious will to transport provide: trucks the material and drivers f, LIiTOn.: Per :C: i1" :le-.f' T:' .o for Tsn.Cach ."/

George Roberta Jr. Mrs'' J. H. Field n.ntl11': I have to find other quartersfor I and bridge fund for maintenance I I"la.U" Notebook *i.20 at the resources are here." the Goodwill plant In Jack : Adili.jrt.l:. JuU;:"et $3.95
Mr and Mrs. B. II. Spearsi : Herbert Green via!,toil Mr. end the Welfare Department of county roads In the TKI.F.llt.\rit. he saId "It Is up to us to us- ,

i J'' Ind daughter: Jcnn. spent with Mrs. Robert F.. Tanner In I .. .... -.... ., .
Wewtvllli
''nrrkeritl In Baldwin on Sun lay.

.iii'l'hen Mr parrnLn mid Mrs.c. At.Spears Benton 8r.Urs \ Mrs/ Vpi-plo guest' : of fllvnnvcohenrl Mr. was and.. ::Ji:': SfF-i -:L: ..: : ': "---; : :' 7. -;::;: .:':f.: 5--': ::- = : -_":" :_ -;:- :. ..:;. o= .:.. -- ..,.- '::"" ='

J. D. NellI of Indepen- :Sirs\ H J. U'utorn 1AnDREW'
tic""e. Mo. was visiting herman villa.
In-law and diURhter Mr :Atr. and, Mra: Karl Turbyllll Its Income Tax Prescriptions il lli
nti.1 Mrs Levon Andrews last and. Mr. a"ldfrll.: Dirk Lamlla !
week of JarlRi>nvilIe were Sutni-- I Time! Filled At Sensible '
Mr and Mr,.. Lavern outlaw dny evening guests. of Mr. l land 'I !: DRUIi 1/;;/;
and. family were In Melbourne :Mrs. Robert B.irknclulennil I Prices
ov 'i- the weekend vlcltlnn Mr. '' / attended the Chamber of ..I::
nnd Mrs. B. S. Outlaw JrMr Commerce dinner mod Dance.,
and Mrs Robert Wat- John H. Wager, arm of Mr i
cons and children of Dryden.N ,11 ml Sirs. Onl'donVllKN- of ,,
Y'I'rB Wednesday visitors Stnrlio. was on the Iran's. Ilntit ''
of Mr and Mra. E O <. the University" o'1>f F'lorM.i< I Announces
Pat ta. for the llr.it trimester.. j I s
Willard Puss entered MM Nelson!. and :Marjorie Jonesof i
university. Medical Center( on Silver I/nke attended
Tuesday for observation and '' the''
;! funeral of the. latter'a :
trfatmrnt! i Cordon: Culvert Core, in RanI i''
Mrs W It. Hart and Mrs. I I Humvlllo, N. Y. on Saturday, II j'I' ;
TMlth Chrlatlansen spent the! I Jim.' 20.Frrd .
'\weekend in Baxlcy!: Oa with l Lennhnrri recently returned J, A NEW SLRVE j
i Mr and Mrs. Elms Stuart front the Went Coast I: N i W' ''Ikyiy p
] 'err and Mrs. Arbon Wetrel after spending the holidays)
of Orala were last Friday with relatives in California.
visitors;; of Mrs. Margaret Before returning, ha!! enjoyed I "
a bus tour through Mexico ,
I J.irkson. CompletePrescription j
Mrs. Jettye l llnzen of (;..111' I
Are You
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Carratt Guessing TO
exvllle was overnight guest. I
1 "- ot Daytona Beach are visiting _
Tuesday of Mrs. A. : ; I
;w>s C F. Ward while here on Kinney: C.Ic'j At Your DrugPurchases


'i ..c'*". of business Mr:Tampa end for Mrs Mr.several and James Mr days.Martin.. Andy I.' with Mrs./, Oi.;Irma her.is spending Wilburn son-ln-Uw of a month Louisville and: : For 0 U R C US T 0 MER S Free Service Delivery I

:Illxon of Palatka. and Mr. daughter, Mr and sire D. L.Moxlsy I The YearDON'T N
and Mrs. Wllllw. Chessor of I'I'I : Jr. : :,
J. Keystone: Hflnhts were enacts Miss Barbara Yokum (,fPllllbharl. I,' ,
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i -of Mr. and Mrs. J. H Dt-tmls. '
N. Y. 1st' muWlnxan J, '
t *, Mr. Mid Mrs. A. L, Crosby In GUESS !
AT YOUR PURCHASES
[ .-. Jr and family and Mrs. CrosI j'I I uncle und nimt :Mr.\ and :Mrs. : LET US KEEP AN ACCURATEI!: '
, t>v Sr. visited Mr. and Mr. Fred, Graudon. Mrs Oramlon
r N n Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. i I i and. Miss Yokum Tneitj
spent '
! ,It Lamar Crosby and families In j I, day to Friday of last' week In ', RECORD OF ALL TAX DEDUCTIBLE ITEMS YOU PURCHASE THEN NEXT ,
' '. Pompnno Beach over the I II I I West rill,,, Beach with Mrs.

I: :.":.wl'ckt'nd Mr. a 111frs.!\ J 1J. Dllnllby I I W Grautlon's.i>tlinir./ brother Stanley I JANUARY YOU WILL HAVE PROOF OF PURCHASES ELIMINATING GUESS !,

1and family of Perry were Sun Mrs. Louise Jcrforitu returned .

'i .=.. It day o.visitors Daneby.Martha of. Mr. and Mrs. '' Springs I to" on her Tuesday home After, In High sav- 'I WORK\ AND ALLOWING YOU TO RECEIVE MAXIMUM BENEFIT ON YOUR TAX RETURN.I I!, ;

! M. : Dennis and HandraTlcsl.ster oral months visit with her ,
r -. will, spend the weekend son-ln-luw and daughter, Mr.[ '
s ": in Tampa and '\\11I attend ,, and :Mrs.\ George HufeglnsMr. : I ,i
t tin State Fair And Mrs.\ Charles' LA w. :, SHOP AND TWO :
Zl Mrs. C. I* Cooper an:] son of Tnllshasaee ').11'. and ANDREWS DRUGS '
daughter Clalrncll, and Mrs. Mra. Jo Jordan of Lake Wales I -SAVE AT
.-' llonald Cooper and nan visited I' and :Mrs Edith!: Jordan of i I IL'kelnnrt WAYS .
Mr.\ and Mrs. Earnest Lord'' and their children ,
spent the weekend "with, :Mr:
. In Cross City last Friday "

,;. b," 'n'aht-w--ckond!Gall Cronkhite with' Mr. spent and the i I'|I Mmuly and Mrs.Mr..*And.B.It.Sapp Mr.A, and Low-ion., )'ha.V.Mra. OilY. B ;{I FIRST-LOW F I S L PRICES I E S 1 S SECOND E At Obtaining Income Maximum Tax Time They Benefit.are On More Your Than Drug You Purchases Realize;: !

Mrs'l Sale spent the weekend( I wtth
: Donald Myers in Tampa. \i :
Bud Underhill In Winter Ha-
:parents' :Mr. and Mrs. Pith I
I
. *... 'Cronkhlte, and family went i! van Mr. Alta Aihurrt Many Many Items Are Tax Deductible Besides ;
get wan re- ,
down! to her on Sunday. | PrescripCHARGE ACCOUNT RECORDS
KEPT
.Inrnwl to her hnm. In Cnrnn AUTOMATICALLY
t" R. L. C. Thomas of Wild-I tions Such
j after several. we"ks Halt with '' As Cold Remedies, First Aid Supplies, An-

,.; .l:..fowler\v< od of and Winter Mrs Charles Park upent:'1. I' Mr.Phillip and Mrs..Johns I.. O.spent H.taen.the ,t algesias! Liniments, and Packaged Medicines Of All YOU ARE INVITED TO OPEN! ONE TODAY
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the weekend with their broth.
. H.r and Uter-ln-la-w, Mr. and weekend with his .,-anr1pcu.nt. I KindsJust To Name A Few! So Buy All Your DrugsAt
, .. Mr[ and Mrs. J.
r 'Mr Herbert" Thomas and also Howard in Lake Butler Andrews Drugs and Let Us Do The Bookkeeping
' .yiMititd: their mother, :Mvs.: R. I, M.// : Cash Purchases Records
I jj* A. Thomas In the University "" ale Nntrhnok '::.::111 at For You. Kept Upon Request
Met+ l Center, TE ECRArn. ,I
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I I I P"rollIy with him nrti I'i ischool w 'MrI 111 hush,." at' 1)7) II f.I I.f.
Woman's Club
Luncheon Honors i Hospital AuxiliaryMembership I II h.".'I-I .'111' Ml, I'll.irkir'U.
/ Ilt Is here, In
( \ connection ,
I Jr and l linn
\rtliur U 1.0011..n.
I Mrs. HasebrookIn Tea To Hear Head BHS BYLINEThe with the Starke Mlnlsfr.: vvlf.-, Kliilxn$ T L.I>IIIIIII.| 11114WvBt I II

,, ; lal Alliance's:! Family I-ilo Pratt' 14toll ar k... 1"1"1"1" \\Vin
Of Recreation ,
uw limp.Usled
JacksonvilleMrs. The Bradford County Hospital Conference Dr. Harts U a Ihli 33inl day OI' Juniliny 1

\ I Auxiliary held Us membership wry good speaker, and IV! .'"y- .\. l I>. lava: "l Htitrke,,
di
W. H. Hasebrook. tea atthe Episcopal Frank C.vMcy. recreation Senior Superlatives foi i' one enjoyed" him HrnUr.ird, Tounlr. Klorlil, 'I A

GLADYS MOOTY president of the General Fed- Parish Mouse on Thursday afternoon rector. ",'IU.k on the YouthRecreation for the 1964-6S Senior CIa,! areas j We have now completed; on- 1-28 4t 2.18''I

, Phone 961-0651 I eration of Women's Clubs of last week for members i.iotram follows: ': half of school and stalling nnanother --

' I was honored with a luncheon and their guests. SUrke. at the S.arke Wom.an' Best LooklnK Jane Ad.\mi so I wish 1 all of you Ami. Poe Hrnillnril. C'witKIr,, i Pile
Wednesdtyafternoon. .
meeting at the Riverside Club meeting" I Phrlds.lu '
As the guests arrived they) 10. at 3:30: and Mark Hamilton the best of luck and hopo you r.. flKlatn: "t Th' <>i"..ii NV1ni ,
Feb.
World AffairsIs Senior Citizens Woman's Club In Jacksonville were greeted by itra. George Most Athl..Uc..t\la..l\\ :'\- all make straight A's.Steve I \ .h."v. ili.. at the club house. .. .
o'clock I'llimiTttR1n ; *
on January 27. Gene Pnu. : l Tf I I"
Anderson and Mrs. I.. E. Andrews and D.-nmaik ,
At all clubs of The program la under the .\ r ilitinii ,r the estate' ?or i i11t
of
Topic NameVinners Members
Most Popular- Patsy Coleman ,
them to/ der.a.ed
who presented I >mit* V Iitrkey.' ,
District Four were Invited to Youth Conservation Department Itnieliv.. iiifii.il, and rdnlt' ;
and Rick Hood. a.e |
BPW MeetingMrs. In Hat Contest attend. An outstanding feature the receiving line composed with Mrs. L. T. Crews: Brooker ElectionSet i-tl lit, rile any rlatms nr of Mrs C. A, Knight pros chair Most Intellectual Kathy < uitl I. Mlihit ihry may have Micilitnt I
of the program!: was the and Mrs. C. A. Darby For .
Myrlrk and Mike Slstrunk. Tuesday Miiiil pfitMii In this 'tfIe
F. listen vice
Mrs M. ; ,
Joe Cocomise: and Mrs. Members of the Senior Citizens Ident
parade of all the club presidents men. A short musical program .,. 'tin1 ,'""",,1' Judas' of llrftil"
Nate Dyal were hostesses to Club demonstrated homemade who presented Mrs president Mrs M.V.. Cress will also be given. Moat Likely to SucceedPhyllis No Opposition ,..",1,I "'",,11I''). r'lorl'l.. In Ihirates..1 CASH
Haddock and MickeyDansby. ,, Klurlrt.
the Starke Business and Professional hats. demonstrating ler, corresponding secretary I4I..k.
I Hasebrook with a (gold charm Hostesses for the afternoon I "Ian',, bin MlptKtnr. .. ,mnnlha
Women's Club last great ingenuity at their meetIng Mrs. D. M. Paler, recording Smoker, voters will! to thr .. .
with the name of each club will be Mrs. O. 1' HugKlns. BO ( hun 'III" do.< < nf the flritt ,pillill i
Thursday evening. on Jan 23 on It. secretary and Mrs. George chairman Mrs. C. It Nas- :Most Tall'ntpd"It't H. r- (Mills next TuMdnv! tit' elect! R'' ratl---.0. Ihl. not err K:,.ch ilnlin' POT

The special program on The judges all visitors to engraved The honor guest I Is a former Miller membership chairman.The worthy Mrs. Stanley Noegcl.) dy and Mike Chnmbcrs<< ;Mayor a Mnrshtl .n C'ty: nr Ueniitnil. nniNt,, must nliiii',* liv thn In |pear wrltlnaand ir

World Affairs featured slide the club were Dempsey Rigby. concert singer and opened" the receiving Une ittood In Mrs. O. L. Patten. Mrs. S. L. Jo'rlendllt'lItChE'I'yl Shealyand Clerk and threo Coiinclliiirn I rKMlil..noe and. |psloflM. ail" I No riuile, tn> Solve, Nothing

taken by Mr. and Mrs. Coco- Mrs. Marian Courtney and O. singing front of the mantel which was Peek- Sr. Mrs. 8. U Peek Jr. Joe Blown.. There 1st no contest for any of dress of thn rUliimnt anil mart to "'rU... N" Hlajiipt to

mise on their tilp abroad last I M. Hilton. Their selection of meeting composed" by by a local prayer club decorated with a targe arrangement Mrs. F. J. Pcllum Mrs. L. O Best School Spirit Vlkl the posts t>o HWKI-II",."nl. l I.nr i l>v his thi aiiornnv* rl'I."n.nlhi. ., ," I,...k, N,. Ohllguthm. .lu...tNmiA

rummer. Mrs. Cocomlae wore. winners in the hat competition member. of pale pink gladIoli Powell Mrs. Paul Raymond. Strulh ant Carlton I\.It'n\ Those whosmines: "will n\i- : \ii will be.ut.,... void\ acuonlltia: ti' ( In KiwhiN: >k or

an Indian saraee and Mrs. Dyal Mrs. Irma Lock- and nest All Round< BUnlif: tho billut 1' In w. "Sr\rral Time a l hay unit. Get
were: Mayor Louis Inner pre"ent-I greenery. Mrs. Fret'malRt"llstl'r! Jr. pi'itr on are" : r 1 He,..ml.\ ,.r in. heed
1 a Japanese outfit to greet wood prettiest: Mrs. Clara ed Mrs. Hasebrook with a After signing the guest Mrs. Hasel Rltch Miss Delia Strickland and Jeff Warren Mayor M o. ITimrll; for II A UltttfN: ..Mlny Your FKKB; "('iwh ''"t"
their &Uests.President Invited Most Dependable. PhvllUMillrr H A Orn.ni. Jr. Tick*!.
Bernard the were
funniest and
Mathews : plaque making her an honorary book guests Rosenberg. Mrs J. E. hardy Marshal: Victor Jones; for Jr
Margaret' Brown Slocomb. most original. citizen of JacksonvilleMrs. by Mrs. Carl Mathews and Mrs. W. tr. Hart, Miss Florence and Steve Whlteheud City Clerk Ivn l t>>)ulIl lns, ; fo' tt Alinrney A. ilrpon fur AdinlnlnlrnlrltMtrllm l.attV! et'k'lt1 nn.r

held a short business session Congratulations were sung Walter Jones praised Mm. Guy Andrews to the tea Jennings. Mrs. Charley Wittiest Judy !Melt: and the thrro council ptwts.( Roy |vrl MitrkeirMliHt Unrl.iimcd/
Herbert" lie <
before the program and thefollowing to a newlywed couple. Mr. Mrs. Hasebrook for her voluntary table which was overlaid with 11:. Johns Mrs A. Q Loudon. Srllrra Cnroll. J R, Matt, anI OuyHitrrell. 171 Ii,Piihliratl'in I Is.1.!' nil einhur
Most
special guests were I and Mrs. Taylor from Camden services and worthwhile a handsome Imported cutwork Mrs. O. S. Newcomb. Mrs!! M, Fllitnlloui Jo\nn lilly II Cash Pot NOW

Introduced: Mrs. P. E. Orlffls. N. J. A potted plant was activities locally nationally, cloth and centered with a J. Judd and Mrs. Jesse New- Scott and RkllndValn.- Ii'l

a'native of Frankfort. Germany sent by Mr. and Mrs. Art and Internationally.After lovely arrangement of M.lg som,. wrlght.

; Mrs. Bdbby Biggs a I Lockwood to Mrs. Dorothy luncheon the guests pink variegated camellia and The foromentloni'd wereehrwcn Mil' '.MM lie' INir\lli' .\. .IIIIII.I.I1I $75.00

native of Japan; Mrs. Tom Kerrigan who is ill. invited Into the lounge. narcissi., Flanking the arrangement bv the members of the : I.P-M. e'tr"1llleila< I I 'run: lour! I\ roiMT fee (hewily
were TB Association
Stalling. Mrs. Evelyn silver Senior' Clnvi on srrret ballotNo \ 141II. Juullty'. l>rues mill qualityrreserlpUun .
The club members expressed two .
naneY"1 where tea. coffee and dessert were ono for superlative Niitlix l s hrn liv mvcn '111 iiI ('. In anilwlrd Service"" ) .at
Mr. John Torode. Mrs. HeldIn ran a I Iti* '. ynii write .me |
hope that Mrs Kerrigan. candelabra with burning tap Meeting 1111'.1".1 ii HII| i 'Ih.pr\ ?i
nie Harley and Miss Irene were served. other than Just bring<< their ViNllHIM' rat .I'hapt"I.. I'll 't' ">1. I.IVV-4, KOt'l" lilt' ;sHave
Rose Halsall. Cecil 8. OBrl'n. Those attending: this delightful era. Silver trays held dainty St. Augustine I normal self or Klurliln.il r. -.f< 1.1), nlllrt ''' your favorite. KSTKR-i: : Your. tint lit Filled! 1
Thibault of Oreen Cove I ISprlnlrl. : : 'I
and Prank W Herlong will. affair from Starke sandwiches. assorted sweets '..ul1!* r ,.Leh i, l u in. ,.nr i t ..
Mrs. J. D. Doyle Is I recover soon and be able to nuts and mints. Presiding at The HUH capers played. 1 host dr. mi ,i' .in..1.i ,in u1.i i I., i 1'', ,..i i ifnlll UKOOK) fountain .pen TELE ATKOCH'S
club Affairs I were Mrs. J. A. Griffin president Mr. and Mrs. Hal Hamilton 'o the Omen Cove Bluo Devils I'lllltl. !" 4.I I I I..I.I I I I M ?
World chairman. '
attend club meetings again of the Starke club. Mrs. the coffee urns were Mrs. of Starke. Mrs. Evelyn lIanl'Y' Friday night The Tornndopswon r l-llll Of i"'r| : of l I IIllln mc.\; I'U. I
Miss Debbie Cocomise In a The next meeting will be F. B. Ik'.rd.fra.! W. B. Mun- Vernon Smucker and Mr. P. Heights and H"ll. ill' et i FTirK: 1Ir.1.IVr.II.YShatterproof
of Keystone by than 15' I I''' .
Pakistan dress and Miss Della more rioIn s. III 1 I'I\ '11' I > -
held at 7:30: p m. on Feb 9 dy. Mrs. Sale. Mrs. Charles a. Felos. .. .
Ouy Mrs. Nate Dyal of Hampton T1U wm a gnoH II"" "ud.e'i win "
Rosenberg! In a Hawaiian very gameOteg
In the Pratt Street Recreation Mrs. OarMathew.
Sawyer Mr C. J. Houpt.Mrs. Those assisting Bradford County '
I
dress assisted In serving The : represented Reddish wns hint) man'
Center. O. L. Beaslejr. Mrs. R. F. *. social chairman In the Ponce do
guests enjoyed seeing silver at a meeting \\'lthl8: points The CUM,I'.r4
Demorest. Mrs. C. A. Knight were Mr. U. O. Ha._, Mr. in st. Augustine I
i Leon Hotel trawled to. 8t Augustine hut
and other objects which Mr I
Pat Parramore I Mrs. J, E. Hardy and Mrs.J. W. H. Edwards. Mrs. A. E. last Wednesday. evening of the Tuesday night And tomorrow
and Mrs. Cocomise brought
W. Klncald. McKlnney, Mr. Bertha Pearce Rv>'intorydisease ',
and
Tuberculosis night they tako on ,<
back from their trip. Weds Mr. Johnson rn'II\-1' \
Mr. Kl-
Mr. J. L. Andrew. Association! 'I' North dlnn. and Sulurdav r

Altar Patricia Osell Parramoreand (Dance Students nler B. Thomas Mr*. A. F. east Florida Board >If Trus play Bollcs from Jacktitnvlll'Now Flexible
SocietyThe Garner Mrs. Maul Carter Jr..
Ernest Johnson were tees. evrryoiie come on oul
Will AppearLocal Rdmondnnn. Mr. ,
R. E.
Mre.
Altar Society will meet" united In marriage on Friday. Reports were given on the and support the team In these t Long-Lasting
Oreen and Mr*. Charley
Thursday night. Feb. 11. at I Jan. IS. at the home. of the talent from the Barbara Lloyd K Johna. Christmas seal camp \lln and games coming up c"

7:30: in the parish hall with bride's mother. Mrs Veanle Popprl School of Dance ) those, who have not made Moat all of the students MoL only 90 Sq.Yd.

Mrs. Albert Mercer and Mrs. Parramore. in Jacksonville will be featured Saturday. their contribution a 'e" urged &their grades buck. front their

Jewett FORK" as hontemesConsull. The ceremony was. performed Frb 6. at the Moose! Lodge in WCTU Plans to do so soon. A lettT of appreciation semester exams, and aomr" CI t tu' h a 34leek..wld.
by Rev. L. S. Williams, pastor Jacksonville. Member Drive was read from the were happy and .some /nail Tr> C t, t Ala kl 21" S u" wiMa

of the Church of Ood lit kick Bradford County Nursing Ad. brighten up the rtiiy. Mo'\rlnv! ,.
Presenting a precision
Starke. vtaory I Council for the contribution the school enjoyed a tall: by
dance and a jam number will "The Power of Prayer" was rn.t
[
The bride Is formerly of of made to their organ Dr Fxtwln It. Hart. The students ? 4
meeting jf +
be: Vicky Putnam. Peggy the theme of the
: SUrke and was employed by isation recently. Any:me having were also invited<< to talk
Duiiger. Renee. Belote. Olive Laura Scott: Union. WCTU. In '
the 8tarke-B>. adford County old radios TVs or watches 3..s Dos, a.d ...., P..r M..w. 11,
Ann Buby. Tonda Dixon Olna the Oonpol Tabernacle! Wednesday w.. ..,, r.r,. ..d ay a..,, a.a.......... M-wr.Nr.
Chamber of Commerce. Mansa. and Patsy and Kathy afternoon. Jan 27 which they will' donate to In: "Santa' KB, .HO In. p..,....., w/Nil. .me.. ,.b.. / ..w e ,n...

The couple will reside at be used by TB plI'l..nls In j I Total. I rnlnrall for JiiiniHiry.:
Hitchcock. The program opened" with CASV TO Sii ort siWSTARKE
I 2807 LYdia St. in Jacksonville their repair shop may call one
I
Charley an Instrumental prelude on Now Itlvrr. 1110 In.l; Hlarh-
the local rrpreentatlveiand
of
organ and piano by Mrs. F, II ntl.l 240) In ; Santa' Fn, 2.Mlit.
Cub Scouts AppearOn thesrf will be w it to ou-
Luncheon Given \ BUILDERS SUPPLIES
E. R. Sacher and Miss Nan Wal .. for un average of 3.1ft tn.
l of the tuberculosis hospitals
TV Program the for the month. The 1'J1)) wrHveTngt
For Miss Rossi lace Taking part on program y
I Toothpaste ts also needed for 2ir: i\1'nshini;: >loii SI.
Johnsabout with various reports and for January\ lit ..3:1: Ph. !)fil.l| t'l(
Dens One and Five of the Mrs. RubyGoodman the patients' use. Inches
i I Dorothy Ron. brldoi readings were
Cub Scout appeared on the
.
Mlaa Edith Jewlaon.
elect of Feb. 27. was ompU-- .
i Beta Phi
I'opeye IMayhnuM program on Mrs. W. Sigma
this question: | mented at a luncheon at the Mrs. Charles Oehrlsr. ,
WJXT-TV Tuesday afternoon. Miss Fannie
Nollman. and
II.
Garden KentatirarK "hint Friday "f
meeting
Th regular

"We lout $50.000 even given, by the workers or The 23 by Mr ccuitUi*. Paul were llutchlnn.Mm .accompanied -. T.BlU-ox.Quigley' The president conducted Mrs.the J. Beta Sigma Phi will& be heM I STRAPS TIIAT STRETCH ? WHAT

though our building was, the Primary tl department. of Carl t<..wel"I| Mm.\. Herald business meeting.A Mnndajr. Feb. 8, .t the home I COMFORT!

injured to 100000. Ve' the First lUftUt Church.A William. Mr.. Charlm' ma letter was read explainingthe of Mr*. Robert Burkiklal. 8M

neglected to keep our coinsurance Down on the Farm"theme lock and !Mr*. Lnvnn Andrews "One In A Million" membership W Madison St. Mr. Norman. THE I'IH/nv' ,, / (hit blissful' / : | c'lIInrnrt of strap, that stretch r Stretch In

up to the re* w.. appropriately carried or Den Two Three and Four I I drive starting this Allen will be ou-hoetene. ;. fl'II"1.I over I')"* nh'iiiMerx' ,/ Mien ifhn/ Jnw In Mick ((1'-j' inch,.'

quired 80% of value *o out u the centerpiece andfarm will appear on the roP Y. year and ending In 1975 the I .. iiiiinr' I In-.. 'III1\'U.\ ) The' buck HlrctchtM' (too Ix-c-au. it'" mails/

our fire low Walt pro-rated. the table animals.MUa with. a cabin rhtyhouM program next Tu...- tooth anniversary of &th. Recent Births S;.i RE7"CFiai with/ n\ Inn iiiul IHI'U"t.rt',1.yrr", / npnmk'X.., ,, Hhcer nylur,, *...iI"((

Can you warn others to dAY afternoon They will be I founding of the national organisation. I (tit HIM\ I till' rnlililff: nylon tutuIlft/ you prettily. In while, 1l.llck..
Rom was presentedwith 1 .
1 Mother
|lien
l
accompanied| by : .
i
bring their Insurance Bradford County Hnnpttalarnounce
up a piece of her chosen Mra. Dolph R....<1b.h. Mr.. U-B9!) : 4\. II, C'. I'J.oo.'
to full valuer- A special meeting planned the fokrwtog bertha: BY a
.silver pattern us a memento Mm Phil
I t [iH-ew' Ilr.Mmri for next month In honor I I Mr and Mr.. Jethro BrymM.Hlarke ,
of the occasion from her ami )11'.. CharlesFuqua. ,.
Crunk hit.. !
Charley E. Johns hovteanes. She also received a of Miss Frances Wllllard ,, a eon TUIman C&Bu.le.& l In mar allniwenr. ..hrMrlnirnlOivero.1 .
I I founder of the organisation Jan. 2*. I
Agency toy tractor lamp rockingchair I II I \VARNEl\ itray'B l by If. N. Patent,
Mr. and Mr*. Charles Man-
I and other toy Item liunA Nil S.I3OMI: '"* 11",1 pntrntu
I (aah PaM !" Miss Carson Weds Ire Jr.. Htark. a "auCht.r.D.boran ''III"
1.11 S. Walnut St. carrying, out the theme with Raga No Hhafcss. .*. W....0--1 1 \ lit foreign countrlv. penning,
I Jan. :2V.
I'll ONE 961-0201. ) poems attached. Co.&nft. firing M T............. Allan W. MartinI I Ann. I hliuke'.a. I'I'"It 111I1 I. j..lt"r.


.- -- .: -- -- ;--. ; .. ;--"'" I I .. Jean Susan namnn Dr. Whiffen I
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-- -- -- daughter of Mrs. Ruth Oar.
i i Elected Head
\ Mans became .
of Springfield
wel" e
the bride of Allan Wr- Of Cancer GroupThe I> A ''P 1 ,1

At Icy Martin all of Mr. and Mr*. I

PNIIIIP SI Thornm Reed Martin of Keystone Bradford County Chapter 're I .. r N.r C'P

c1 Your Heights.. In a oremony of the American Cancer

performed by fxtan Wllllum i i, Society has been organised

Favorite in Christ Church Cathe. .
F.pUwopal: Church. PprlngfleM.MUM. I optometrM, serving as president rl 'd I 1
', K
The organizational ,. a 4

The bride was a student. at meeting was under the direction A''

Went Held. College for Women. of Mrs. John ru.... field\< !

I REFRESHMENT SET DEALER majoring In political. wlence, representative for the Amer ,. ....

I and will enroll at the Unlver- I I lean Cnacer Hocirty

pity of Florid' for her d.<
One GLi_ Free With Mr. Martin Is a graduate of named as Cancer: Crusade iHlt
I St. Johns River Junior College i chairman and will be working. <
Purchase of 10 ral.Ga ; -
I' and hi. presently' aaanrlateil I with his committee on details '.
*. After You a t1 .. J
$ of the cancer fund drivewhich 1
Watkins
with Roy surveyor 4 :
I ., tt y ,T-o1
Have lleceived M r
I it The couple Is renWlrg U slated for April.

Tumbler You Get e'1 try on Lake Geneva, K.1ItJne Mrs Margaret Miller local. I .

Pitcher' With Pur- .p" Fill u.lghtairthday' Cancer Horlrty treasurer, .l'l': ro r er s

these Of Oil Change r accept donation memorlali

And Filter. Our Way I J y Party or other*Ur, throughout the

O f1'oTuts Sarinz' Thank I year Check should be made v ti th

I For Lisa Reddish payable to the American Carl ,

I ''J rer Society and sent to Mrs P ,
(Miff
Kp4re Little Lisa ReddUri, celebrated Margaret Miller Treasurer k
March IS. I IM3 .r b
Bandar .1 'T
ThU Set Can lie Your JUt t For Cooing; Phillips 66 her third birthday her Cancer Society. Community
afternoon when State Bank SUrke, pla

mother Mrs Vernon Reddish Cancer films and other educational

cave a party for her at their materials may b* (

Start Your Set Today! -.. I' home on Baylrss Highway procured for WIlt at any tint ... .

An attractive pink and during the! year from Mrs Lucille ... -- r

SHE; ; HUTU to.\HJlUTt; PIUI.MPS 66 IlKAI.KU: : i oj whit color motif was carried' Payne, education chairman -
[;ID : 4
l &f out In the party decorations Wa

HURST PHILLIPS 66 SERVICE The It youngsters, enjoyed' re- : The annual Fund Raising ,

721 S. Walnut Phone 961.6111 .11FL,1t1U; ( ." Fflt) 'I freshments and were given'' and Public education: Campaign '"
:NKKDSFOIt ; favors of party horns and l will be conducted durIng

BIGG'S PHILLIPS 66 SERVICE (QUICK HKH.: I balloons. I, April National Cancer

j! Mr*. ReddUh. was aaauted : Control Month The goal 1 far _
,
611 S. Walnut Phone 9610021'ICf; CONTACTJerome( I II dt?; y rI ,
by her mother. Mrs. Dave I IhIlJk. Bradford County baa been set"

SHUFORD'S SERVICE STATION Johns I : and slater. Mrs. EnrlniAndrews 1'I I, at $3.000


Phone 7x2-.17.: l I."I ley, Florida Oil Co.HARRELL'S II! WOODS FIREREPORT w


TRUCK STOP Phone 964-9711 i! Little Women i iI ii iI iI t

North of l.a"ler. FU. ,:
I The Ltttl Women's Club Two /sires wen" reported by

: will meet Monday evvntng' at':, the: Florida Por..t Service' Ui

I 7-JO in Uv dab HOUM. Bradford County during JEROME JOHNS OIL CO. '
I i Member are asked to drawl! .'.1 week with 41 urge bunv

in e&*.&l cbXJvM a* they will ad. ae eomparvi with foul

c 66 niSTKIHUTOItSPHILLIPS 66 nwve, aa ""' 1nC of game" | Ire. and.. t> nma burned d rIng
.
66 OASOI.INE TIHKS: -IIATTEKIESOIL ;
1 end rwrreatton. JIotIt e ie< will lh. name peeled last year r r J?
KEHO( E;E-11111.111.1T FfKL 011. be Margie La a-ft eg. Judy Mfr Rainfall reported daring ,

71.1 \V.\LMrrST..__ }1'IltL' 96I-97H: .. aryl Maria Mo>jr.. th* week ending MotvJay. NewRiver
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/ Brilliant Win IRONS i I At Gun Prison Clinic RECREATION NEWSGIRLS I



Green Cove 67-50 and WOODS This SaturdayThe BASKETBALL m Rebels vs Spartans 8::45,
five B.\SKETB\LL
Tornado Tops Jough I The Elementary Girls( bas- YOUTH

.. der Starke Junior Woman's ketball sot into full swing last! Midget" League

Club, the Bradford 'and Union' week. The Icazu Is composed: i The Midget League playd
teams which play at 4 its third week's schedule last
5 mOl\Jltl'aUnlJ more pall.: County Sheriff department.and of two
tt.d!d conUd!nee than any llm the l-'lorklii State Prison i p. m on Fridays in the arm- Saturday In the BHS gym
with th(' followingresultl:
th18 season Sta'.ke'a fighting[ wilt Jointly sponsor a family :
ory.The past work saw the girls i Southern: Discount 28, Ca-
soundly outplayed Saturday nfteinounat
Red capers gun clinic I
end ""va's. 8; Gem Jewelry 21,
to the
dawn i
Cove Friday 67- The battling
tdus h Green : the prison tiring onnge
50?but the bubble of bril- clin'c' la the llrat. wl ku kind with Lisa: BasketIiiWiCJ: edging I Stake Hardware 11 : South
In St I, out the Pointmakers by a ern Discount 28, Register Oil
1 lii'npe burst Tuesday this area.
I n Howellwas | 9: Gem Jewelry 20. Canova's
Augustine when they lost 43tt Coursiswill' be gl ven In the I score of 2018. Sharon
,
I
of the leading scorer for the ,8,
t1IF and h .idling
5 care, :
r use
whileCynthia I I Standings: Gem 4-\\ :
with 16 pjlnts
5-9 won- N and winners
They now posies a rifles, shotgun, pUttoln :
MOMKItOOI) : ', Reddish '..as topscorer Southern Discount 4-1:
Hy |
10s.trE'cord.. : and special course
B B. guns, a .
Hardware. 3-1 Ca-
I i fo- the losers with 10ADULT Starke ;
Bucketing a respectable! 40 for women In emergency usa
pef! ) cent of their shots Friday. The New March of Dimes I of handguns<: for drtfense Information BASKETBUA : nova's. 1-4; Register Oil 05.

the Tornadoes Jumped to a o Dance: will bi held at ths on firearM safety, The Men's League prayed: : its Jrnlor League
rr
2113! : first: period lead and $ I Starke Golf At Country Club I Florida gun' luw. and proposed first scheduled! game last I Last week:! saw lots of action
in
Blue Lam 9 till? Admission Thursday night at the Armory and two close ball games
were never headed. The Feb. 6 legislation In gan laws!
I)<'Vlls pulled to within three ,, $5 couple and single $3. Music will be made available. with the following: resuts.: .i the Junior League Changeof ::

points at one point just after I i will be furnished by Alphon to Instruction will bot primarily Rebels 48. Jaycees 17. Seniors! Commerce defeated Andrews

the half but the cool Tornadoes rr WW i \' : Levy and hU band. There will under the direction of Lt 53. Spartans; 24. Drugs 18-18 In overtime

: shot their way out of the be prizes and refreshmentsThis C A Roberts and live proresslonals I Standin! Rebels 1.0; Sen. Shop play edged and by Bradford Koch's, Barber 9-8.

near jam 1 is the third consecu- of the 'Cuintravlllo\ tors 1-0, Jaycees. 0-1; Spar

't knew they had It In "" in--. "' ., w tive Sunday we have postponed Police Department. Lt. Roberta tans 01.Schedule. I Standings: Andrews: Drugs.
"TTJnniiiriiinTfr rif \ i i n
them it nan just a question I l.rllli.mt floor glllU In mate (ir >g Reddish extreme right, and "'ayne'uoo.: our March of Dimes 3oU is a graduate o>( the University for Thursday Feb. 2-1; Chamber of Commerce.
Donald I'ulcuii |played a. 2-1 Bradford Barber Shop.;
iuurd
whether or not it would ( .eland ready tu take a pawt." ICtxIdMil Tournament, due to cold and lifetime -
of : last. wfek. fie third from right, of Florida n 4: Jaycees vs Seniors, 7-30: p.
Orecn Cove" 12.
ever pop out," said Coach Bob\ the ')'"rnnd""'. J7-BO( win or with Hctin-d, 2.1: prints and MrLwxl. ]10 In the victory \ weather and rain. We have master of all handgtmsl I 1-2; Koch's.
Paine, Green Cove defeatedthe j l Hhimn holding. tile entire Dine l>e\il team at buy rescheduled It for this coming.. large bore and small bore'\ -

Red team 65-43. in theirfirst his udept ball handling In the.. rinsing inluuttH. Teiun- SundaY. Feb 7. This is an la rifles. He holds a nmllonal. cer41Acate I

encounter iwo; weeks" halo medal play on handicap for firearms instruction '
A! 21 and Is expected to add rebounding Non members are welcome
with basis.
said disgustedly. The star for the B-squad ; I of all wenponM' and n
ago.The Paine last two ability with his! Indians to participate>> in this FI ORIDAiHEATRE
Tornadoes owned an locals tallied only five points: and 30 points in his )I certificate! to teachi all forms ,
eight point halftime lead 38- in the final period and lost outings. White plays center height of 6'2". I IUtile tournament. of armed and omsrmed 30. and still held the marginat Lose Three A new out of bounds area Instructor -
their slim lead and the contest fenne. He has been an tai
the end of the third period. i has been added to the ninth FlorUihi Police
Promotion iI for the
42-51.
46-38. They poured in 21 Center Oene Pass was high Wins I, In A RowCrescent hole. You will notice yellow Academy for 15 year. end
fourth stakes in the left rough near!
in the
again ..
points Police
for the Tornadoes with 13 has held the Sttate -
period to sew it up. had 9. McLeod won a 59-49 the swimming pool. The rules 28 .consecutive''
Falcon I City Championship
Shooting\ jump shots from points. Paul McLeod Leads JV CagersOver committee feels it Is a safety! I
outside. forward Oreg and Joey Reese 8 each nrHRcddiBh basketball victory over Key- hazard to let players continueto times. I OPENING TIME
the 4. Jim Fant was high stone Heights! In the Mehosa All children must be
while hit their shots In the swimming MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
Reddish sank 25 point
teammate Wayne McLeod, for the Jackets with 19 while Green Cove St. Augustine gym Tuesday night. the pool area. My advise is panied by their ( "ncrom-I 6:45 P. M.
his teammates Bob Bergman i The visitors outscored parent. Per on." !
driving' with his usual aanreselveness : to hit the ball straight Bowayand SATURDAY 1:00 SUNDAY 2:0e
had 12 first per- thel own firearms i
bucketed 19 points and Ray Sterling: Indians 13-8 in the all you long hitters Join fire must bring r -I
final should"
the
In ammnniKlon
each iod, and 20-14 and
Guard Donald Falcon" played [ will go toFcrnanrtlna : Improving their record with to up the victory us short knockers In separate container
Tornadoes
The quarter wrap be brought You All Come Sec
an outstanding floor game night two more wins this week the I would like to encourage
and scored 11 points. .10 oT tomorrow chaujlnT' Junior varsity! of all of you players to pull in *.
to the loca'arym Keystons's balanced! and Irwtmotlon will
them on 35 foot set shots. sink ta'ut will return Coach Eincst Barnes downed r i 'dTSNlfvt""T Pacing Stefan ball marks on green and to Targets! MOONSHINE MOUNTAINThurs.
.
Tuesday for a contest 'o scoring! : attack were i when be provided free.Registration
with uncanny accuracy. Green Cove 30-28 last Fiiday lake the sand traps you
FPI'na.ndlnlha.d Qrokas and Bruce Moon Htartta at 1 p
Augustine, however It with Holies have completed your shot.Homer,
In st. 53-45)( and dumped St. Augustine srt9.r with each Jim I IThlcs I I 2! PerMnrui -
different story. The beaten the locals once 13 points i, m and firing at p.m FrL-.Feb. 45SATURDAYFEBRUARY
Tuesday. ,
was a 44-29 '
and are expected to bs tough / with II. ant nary: attending the clinic!
down eight! put I
Tornadoes were Forward Paul McLeod
It will be the Tornadoes' first Cooper with 10. Ron Harris should go to the prison main
They Workers
at the half. hometown 6
show the Library
points on a fog; with 25
encounter with Bol1 s. led Crescent City and ask for direction* to
fought back in the third period fans Friday when he scored 21 I gals
the 4V : : In-Service .
from points. Hold
and even held, a Two men In the Oiecn N the firing range.Methodist
however of the 30 points DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM
Bobby White and Pnu'McLeod .Crescent City' also' copped:
squad
three point lead at one point Cove win Ho also bucketed 30 t I ;Training Meet \
have been moved up the B game. 33-16, .... 1,
burst, however In
bubble season's high .
The his .
points .Zdh.
bur Other" ClhurchCalendar
this week Lone Two !
when the Jackets applied a to the varsIty St. Augustine Tucidny. The droPPed? '! Public library standjr l i
from also a
six days Keystone
press. must sit out B-squad: now his: n B-B record, wan the discussion topic at !I '
.
Tuesday[ since they played in tt .f 1.i. ir' Friday night out of town for the week"
came apart White! I M Et-
Just/
"Our game McLeod and Bobby \ the In-Service Tialntiu I
the JV game la St. Augustine j game losing/ to Bunnelt,67.56.) i iI Thursday. Feb t Story
when they went well that: BUilce.B..iidford -
nt the seams have performed so Inn held at the
McLeod had been the scoring", In Saturday nUht's, encounter i! Hour 3:1:1: : p mi Executive
Into their llttla press, Coach this week! they have been County Library on J I1n. Club
\! Carrnbclle tooK, an jcailylead I Committee of M-n's
promoted to the varsity 37 Miss Elisabeth: Cole. 11-1
I over the Indians, Cloalnri 7:30: p. m Official Board ,
.
William SrojlBlns: had fOpoint' { consultant with till Extension {,
I anl I brnry .
IT-II.
the first quarter
I mpptlnq 8pm
White 2, and Gary Division of Florida '
1lossl
\ *! 2(1! Troop
Spanish ending with a strong : ( pointsIn Friday BrowNie ,C.wna4sl.SI
Hamilton] 1 in the Green Cove wet the. final period State Library, led tha discus ; 604 meeting 3:13.: )

riU a.. win In st. Augustine Whitescnrcd Oary ''Codjxir'ond' Stefan sion. I Sunday: Chuirsh School CHES H :Nhr ER.y s'r
Andy Maybe from Melroio .
poluti. lan
( Libra:
+ nrokas paced Keystone with I 0:45) Membershlp'Tralnln i )
: FAytiILUNACOLORI
'!i HCAITTIFtTL. BUT I 4.nntl! Mlk Woods 2. 17 and 14 points respectively ,, Hawthorn, Gainesville. Green Class, 10; Morning Worship

JJ'.\IJfYf! The JV squad will travel to Cove Springs High[ Spring. 11.; MYP Council nesting, 5;:
nl iu '' ChletUnd. ,
I rprnancllnn tomorrow Keystone eights
for MYF 8:
Let Ue: KM Your Trees and will tackle Bolles at home Raise Sought Wlllliton, PuUtkn. Ocala. Snack Supper Plus --
I Youth Meetings, 8:.ID.( ; Even-
Of It Tuesday Starke attended the
: : and
'
? For PriionStarting Inn WorshIp 7 30.

y tF* Fla. Pest Control Lost Keys? I meeting A committee made up of' Monday CUvl.t 2. hom
Any I PayA of Mrs. W. H !Bollman. 3:
various organizations -
539 E. C III3963!)(; & Or Glasses? I representatives of greeted Girl Scout Troop 804.( 3'30: a
in Sta.ke
I Girl Scout Troop* 807 4:30: : '
I starting salary of $330per and served coffee -
Ask The Police the guests Methodist Men's Club dinner
month toe Correctional! I and dourhnuta: at 0:30.

If VOU'VP lost keys. glasses! !' ImitlnTH; nr.. M"me'-I, i offices, Ciriiardtl At the Florida -i Among those on the serving I 7.Tuesday -CIrcle I. home of

or other Items iJtiMv it might: tlnifw |n-Hlij' hut ('fllIt.h! lob:, l State Prison WM asked I' committee were Mrs S. L.I Mrs. T H Slade nrlth Mrs

AMBULANCE. SERVICE I be a good idea to Inqul+e at I'lllnn. hopes|: (hut Paul! Mrlrodl| by Louis L. Wnmwrljrht' dlrrc.tor Peek Sr. Woman's Club; W S. Sladj as eo-hostess! :
of FIori II vs-
!} prison
PHONE 9G 1-2600 the Statke police !station. ''nhnve, niii share duties'' \\lth Mis Charles! sawyer JuniorWomans Circle 4. home of Mrs Ernest e ese wrrea.nagfaBL'JI
i i keys tom, at a Budget! CommUHlon" Club Mis. E, K s161tLrf, +FESnakt'N' tla..t nuawlaltttrlEDEN'iftrnuftlVrY
of I
sots ;
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homo At least three big Iorul1.1''II'IIf',. A scoringstar I II Tallahassee. Pate: Circle' 5, horn of Mrs
hearing in lust! Mrs. HubyJohns. ,,
have UDC Y
nnd various other Items fur llii. JV squad'| l, fn-.h-! Perryman : H C. Rltch-nil alt 10 o'clock '
to the police I week City Council, Mrt.! J 1
in
been turned Scrvlrp CKillrt horn airrIHAfES9rJHWMLlllla ;_.
DeWItt C. Jones Registered Funeral n.lrf'ctof'I) I round bv obliging police man I'nul" lets IM-III |"romol"I, i ThHvoulil. represent o 12.5 I E Wilson and Mrs. PhilipCronkhlte. Wesleyan' / Charles C Johns:

Starke" Via.I !station ottlccrs and are being: I ...lu'IJC'IU.. Kolihy \trite, t to'.1 l p"r cent lnrret%!,,e over (\he I Friends of the Library. of Mrs -

their owners to : I thurslly. Hliero hrotluTujno I II present I3V( ( ntnrtlns Mlt\.ry, Mrs. 11. C Retch UiM 7:30: Sun., Mon., Tues.--.Feb. 7, 8, 9
fo
lend :: .
3
1 RENTAL SERVICES ) \\' .uii elderly, "ul'laUlnur"1 and\ a similar ptrc nrlag. ,)In- W. CrcsMer and MUi \V '"neiduv! Circle : .

Hospital* I- Bed% .c T.., Wheel. j 1 Chairs- Crutches claim I .U u. star forward.' crenno. WWI nuked for. moat Florence Jennings. Bradford: 10"f Mrs L. r). Oren: .viKr u tat srtT:: win A coos THAT IIlall: / !3C'*
Cl f'p! 8, home of Us! Ja-n sp. co ALL THE 'yv :::
other rl.iMfiinratiunit!' of rorrt'rtlonal County Library B arJ liE c/s? yf .
I ', 10 o'clock
at
.i. both
n -
-
-- .." offlrrra/ with. similar Mayor Randal, Chitty. C'U;a.E7-ROFLlffrsi ..rqy.'a ,

I Cub Sco'itfs{ Plan : re pon'!lbllttlo,. I County Communion Chair- eel PTT. Choir rr Meeting Reho-srsal!, T30: Chin-7 30 '< 1 [>0 LPT JEJY .." .

.
.. Wnlnwrif-ht also anket) tarJ man acorns Itnbfrls. and riimbfTShl5" ., tis J Or. :, :4 '1 1I
.
Co-nml-uilon
FOR YOUR I Blue An bold J$2S minion to complete the City Council Chi h'man Carl and Fvinnrllum on 8 :10Thurv3ay : (Ja,1: :

new 'reception and. nwdlenl Hurst welcomed itvu'jt jt..h\ rlFN.fg1JJ7JJg\,
'r : Banqiiet t Soon center bulMing now under I start of the nvrtlnt. I I M).rnin? F*i- I ,..ofi'If\I '! W""

construction in Union County director 01 in low I'' The meeting of Cub Scout! P. J. Novak. ,.' \ r. :J1/IJ'C":
!
Pack 70 was held 1 last T.uos-i i The Ralfonl prison now 'ha s 1 Chamber of Commerce: war Horn,::. 3U.: Cub Scout PA. k I .t... % .oJ.of r'ltMQCO. ..1. F..r F. ..,
585 employee( with a !montn1lY invited' to Joli the group\ at 7' I '- "
day night In the Fellowship 70 Fellowship HftlB 30 ._.. '. a tit1'' _
I pnvroll of from 1220,000 to1! when bat lunches :
Methodist 12 noon
I 1U11 of the First
CONVENIENCE
Den presented: '22 .OOO. \1 were served
Church, Each -
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a skit! following the theme I At the request of Miss Co'e.H .
P Morgan Interim director

"Oieat 1 received Men of the History.attendance Den I Georgia Men of Training the Blanctimt SchOOl.. Vocational Inc- PROPOSED JOB CUSS'S; 1RAI5ISG I I !1 CE ?TER

banner for having the most Injured When
Jab:
members In spoke on the pro-xwd
Cubs and family
VW OverturnsTwo Training program foi
Corps

ALL DEPARTMENTS attendance.Plans are being made for I this area

the Blue and Gold Banquetto Ororgl men were\

be held Feb. 23 This U treated and released from the .4Mo 5fr1" NO!

.. an annual highlight of the Bradford COunty. Hospital last STARKE

Cub Scout year to celebrate ': Tuesday morning January ::111.I ,

the February birthday of I, after their 1963 Volkswagen I It

Scouting. All Cub members went out of control and turn- .| BUSINESS
.x: OPEN their: patents and others Interested t ed over while passing another POLL RESULTS -

in Scouting are Invited vehicle on RH-100 t DIRECTORY

\ to Join In the celebra Slightly injured In the mishap I 9 76 No., 1 I nn .N". '-..- \,VVI.ri! 1- n- H eve Th a Fro-

\t lion. were the driver of the. ,
VW. Arnold Allen Crawford.JJ. Atr'rf REPAIRS ject in the Starke Area.

of Griffin. Oeorula. and a
nnsT I'RRSBYTERL' ;: \N passenger, J, D. lIarde 1.\n.\ Earl's Garage 554 Yes, I Wish To Havs The Project :fn

FROM I FOUR TO SIX P.M. ( IlcRcuII. : 38 Mountain View. Georgia ALL KINI OrAl the Starke Area.

Wnlton. Cirn.ly.. MtaUtrr The accident occurred at approximately TO Rtrvm WORK

t Schedule for week starting six miles 9 a.west m. of last Starke.'Fuel'day All P119.0 Work >OmrnnteodWalnut.145.29dISn. 52 Were Not Counted Due To Unmarked -

Fob 7: School. Crawford "\PI\. passing an Slarfc" Ballet: Lock of Signature, Etc.
Sunday -- Sunday unidentified vehicle when he

ON FRIDAYS 0::43 am, Morning\ Worship. 11 ran off the pavement on the! AUTO SERVICE

it.m. Youth Fellowship 5:30I : ( north side of SR-t00. according I. This Represents 2S Per Cent of the 5,976 Registered

.5.-:1 I>.m. Junior>> Choir 3-43:&: p.m to the report of nIP Gilbert S. Brown Voters of Bradford CountyAttention
Evening Service. T p.m. who In-
Trooper J M HollU. I Standard Oil Service\ Station
:londIlYDOlu'ons Meeting.' veitluated the accident. The ATLAS,

7 p.m. 'I small tar traveled ISO feet on

Tuesday Circle 2 meetIng the north shoulder then' TIRFS & \TTFnim Chamber. Of Commerce
.
--ROllI Service
1
9odtet t Terms
with Mrs Albert Nichols rolled onto Its left aide In the

FLQ R I IDA to H.m. dry! 3 meeting with I west bound traffic UM. It Phone 041471 I"Iul"" :37; Per Cent Of Your embcra Voting VOTED NO !

Mrs Stotvart Deckelt. 10 ..jn.lri'le t then traveled 340: ( feet further 407 V. Tempi; _

B"A'N.r--.A' ) tt :. <'! 1 meeting with 5fri. 01Its side and and halt top times turned and I! HURST'SService Attention Elected Officials

: ; }JRTK I({ E _. F F Slump S p.m. : over one a south I
\\' nc""
One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group *. 7'30 p.m. ,' ditch of the rood. _Ga > Otis Uubrl'iiUaisOooJjrear -
Choir Practice! Damage; to the CM was eaU! rrIL.UP1as: -
Thursday -
'i I mated at $900. T1ft' st itatMr. )P."ID FOR BY CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 7 30 p.m. ROAD SJlTn-: ,:

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sn.\\'. FEB. !I. 1903: \nronn rorvrT TF.f.I.?mt.\,.". \T,1RRP. F1.omn'O'E.TtVM>
-. .

NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED
I ... ,,,...,,, SWFT'S PREMIIUM PAN REPI FROZEN#B EARED '..
mr ::n; Kti..:: ? :,,; !f.l; ;Ii; 7 .
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY
i .} q!?il i -
: ;:::::: Franks Lb. 49', Shrimp 2 &. $189 II!!lO..i ...t.7r= :' f'I'"
NOTICE! the Union.;) County Schoolsystem ryl: d SAVE Al. '. I11tItf U !! !I!# PEG S9 f COPELAND SLICED TASTE 0 SEA! FROCEN .t.c::' "rd" *,MHKaRlI!
Oell Chapter/, 168 will meet at Lake Batler for, I, 49' Fish Slicks'3 SZ '1.
Bologna ;
Thursday Feb. 4. at 8 p. m quite some time and. after 1 i-u Pkg .
on B.ownUi; St in the Ma- moving to Stark was an aeI I r "'; ; PHILADELPHIA CREAM MORTON FROZEN HOWE fl\KE BREAD "
sonic hall All mEmbers analkt the. church; ( anj civic worker *
Cheese Pkq.t9 Doagh 3 ft? 59'ASS'T
J .o Iw p.est nt and o.t until her death. a-o*. Q
?
tim to transact bisinejj of Survlvlij; are her hu& anJ. 1 't't TARNOW LUNCH MORTON* rWLJtaLIN VWI I:frl MEAT
.
vital tin;,ortanse: Sis er :, Deacon Tom Hell!. ant: ont I : SALE '
Meals 19' 5 $1.
Helen: Sml.n A :M. Damon son Ivory Hall. ;I 6-cz "kg. Spaghetti Pkg, ,y ;
Dell. W P. I i tuneral ser'less: will be held | !! ''+ BOSTON BUTTS PORK MORTON FROEN \lAVfTH CHEESE) 1M'R J
GIRL SCOUTS; at 8-30: a. m Sunday at UChur '!
All Oirl Stouts ore, asked tj ': ',h of Oo i in Christ. The oas t Lb. 39' Macaroni 5 $&. $1. t1'"

meet at 3 p. m. Monday Pao. body Mill leave here after the II | t. ....... ... sT : .. ''h't', I I( SUNNYLAND FRESH PORK MRTOIM FIC.... A, >l le'Danish' All Bui .r W.D BRAND .
; BEEF
::: : : :: : 11
.
t.n
8 and Friday f: 7U: a n in funeral for 0 O'JI3.: where! I\ -, ,,: ,;! CHUCK
)'. GO ':.. i.i .estel;! I she will be burled Ut2lU* I*>tJ Sausage Lo. 39 Coffee Rings 69'MORTON
Pkg t
in K' 11; u a:- a..X: .:d to b; c.'HUnCII Nf\1': :< I .1t
OLD FASHIONED DAISY Froiw. CWir ni. Ro'nn' All BuN.t R'
preen HFV r "P "..r..' rUg Services; : School will at brgin 10 a.withSunday m.wUh .. PRICES QUANTITY. GOOD. THRU RIGHTS FEBRUARY RESERVED 6TH.. Cheese Lb. 49* Coffee' Ria/xs//: Pkg. 69 Gas f Ib 4 8 ( .',
WIKN'' ,
Rev HaUl h n Cox. life- \; :sibs FjnnlLB.11 Fria'erlu : Qiat .T a.INC coneaNnn.
ion, \I..1ho.1 of 6.a.ke! antBrodlri ch rlte. Morn. 'na S:rvlc'\ W.O' BRAND ROUND BONE 'w
i County died in : Lave Fe ast. 11 a. m. Communion SHOULDER;.
'
Jcuo .Ule on Jan: 21. Hwa1 > &1"lire. 8pm All FANCY VINE RIPENED i9Tomatoes
). .H,rn at IfttlVs, on Dec. meirix-rs and frt*nnds: are invitcd I R ,
13 1873 nn-f !'U Tamil; m)V- to attend all servtc.'LI i OaS..P ''b. a: ,
fdio S 'Ice wen:: he wai Rev L. A. STnpwn pastor: ; ,> ;
gory youmcAfter There 111 be a Mau Meeting I ;y WOB ql
the death of his flrrt on Foreign; MUs'ons' at I II LEAN MEATY BEEF SHORT
.
wife h) was married to Mrs Bethel Baptist Church at T 2 39
;Palsy DIgs of Staike. who I., p ni Monday.: F-'b 8. Rev W. L8$. R L .
survives him. Also surviving A. Hagtm, pastor of the Fir It.. ,
art three sons. Augustus !<. Baptist Church of SUrke. will'! s uIi ''b. 38
Cox and Ivory L. Cox of Jack: 1 bring highlights on 'Chris EATING SIZE WINESAP
jionvllle: and R R. Cox Jr. of tlan Ml",+'lon." accumpanl:: Woo BRAND BEEF "
49
5 & PLATE
Monllcello: two daughters: by the Church Council: : Apples g
Mrs. Amanda Wlnrifred Dun- The following groups wl1'' "
bar and Mrs. C. Eleanor Rob- render music: for the occasion SWEET & JUICY : 5
inson of Jacksonville two the Chorus of First Baptlut Oranges 5"e 4 r49. t e : ;;
W lb. 9 !
brothers one sister! a"i sc:- Mr. Jirvli director: the RJE "
e-fal) stepsons and stepdauthtc : High! School Chorus under direction PREEN" BELLPeppers y W.D BRAND )'- i V.
Willie Ms BONELESS
of Mrs. \ ROUND
5 39
Funeral services "mere' held Randolph: The RTE Elementary For
at 1 p. m. Sunday in New Glee Club, The Com-
Bethel Baptist Churrh, with i munity Chorus of Starke. The REG. 291 5
Rev A Vincent offlrlat:nIntrnnrnt m.:1..e11: \ bdelivfrrd. by r"nr723 P fea.'b.88'
Whole Butt Lb sISc
,
Halfe
was in the Old;! Rpr R. H Wilson. pastor Clf or
Fellows Cemetery, ." under diner: Bethel! Baptist Institute REG. 491 Dlxl Darling 5....< Choc: w.o B
tlon of Hits St Chestnut Church Jacksonville '' '
Mortleh n'l'! The meeting is sponsored by Roll Pkg 39' .
SIR'1. II/Z1K II\LI. the churches and pastors of f Sf ;:
Mrs Ltule Hall. 1& citizen oi the community Rev O'\orje k 8
a
''b.
Starke trvl' Bindford County Leer coordinator ot! Foreign 81"
died Thunder Jan. 28. as MUsion ISIOBODY Saves You Moro Than XVIMPJ-DIXIE 4 W.O BRAND ,
the result of a heart attack at CARD OF Til!tNKS:: T DONE
tier home 8h? wa born In Mrs. Ella Lumpklns wls>e' Reg. 59 Reg. 80' Reg. 98 Reg 75' Reg. 89' |: Reg. 17
Jjtksonrll'p reared In Oror- to thank the many frlfn1

an Klu.early and came all to FLorUU at of for i xp their'MOIU flower at and the though death of'* ALKACREST:, PRELL ; MEsir? i I Bufferin I ISORO'HYL 5 lea.'b' 98, i: M

Mrs. Hill was employed in hir mother. Mrs &t lla: Lock TOPASTEOTH TUIE'
UITALIS
SELTZER : ITABLETS W.D
SHAMPOO ; ;ALCOHOL BRAND OVEN READY E.Z CAR'
E
RIB

It's Our 39? 42 43.495( t i i 55 ? !I 10 I R

aasf'b.88
'
LARGE SIZE EXTRA LARGE LARGE : PLUS F E. 60-COUNT PINT BOTTLE
54th :ranBY'eIlS V 100
COUPON
1Pl GROUND
r JJ Lis


AndVe'rc" \ Offering. These.Pivtn"ln THRIFTY MAID & ASTOR t Beef 5. $tl9s.CAN .- &


Below : r

Cost t [ GOODS SALE ,"onn""'

In Appreciation Patronage Of Your Valued


25, THRIFTY MAID Sit. OR CRUSHED L i
BEDSPREADS' IaIE REG 29f THRIFTY MAID Y C REGULAR No 2

CHEHILIE, I'r.lhntnk! Peaches 4con BontePineapple 5> c- S1 1.PEG -

39< THRIFTY MAID '

J'abulolu4JII Full the orl nu"nt Pears wm322l.: |1 UGULAR 2S11 A5TOR! FRUITCocktail ,

of ('olrsReg. REG. 2,35, T 310JA 5 303 1 1.
$2.98 Sauce 4 ocons% $4 i. I Cans 1aEG

2 I9f THRIfTY MAIO CUT
ItlKTIIDAYI'ARTY FOR $ Beets t 1 10 cans 303 $1,. REGULAR 2.771, THRIFTY MAID 303 C 1
2 $5.00 8 1.REGULAR 1.
SAI.K: RIGULAR 2.31" THRIFTY MAID' Tomatoes Cons
Spinach 10 con. 1.

HUNDREDS AND HUNDREDS Rep 2l33t Thnfty.. Mo.d CS Of WK 2 35< THRIFT MAID'

OF YARDS OFMATERIAL Corn Gn 8 Cons 303 $1 1.REG 1. S wt. Peas .LARGE83. Cons 303 51 1. : f

29, THRIFTY MAID TOMS TO
Juice 4 Can.- $1. REGULAR S9< THRIFTY MAID POWDERED

III Thrlrty' Mod Cu S mr Moos 49,1PAO .
MIlK e
.k ; Dry I 8-<1'" -
(ought{ perUIIy: For 5S2$1. rv _I _
You During Our Mirth- o a OC$ -q,
3J ARROW PINK" LIQUID' MAID
:day !Party RfG. < REGtJlAR 7tf THRIFTY

f re 36" and I IV WideVariety Detergent 22-0' 29 ,10 1 TII '1
M-.lk
Cans MCKINZIC IRISH FROZEN
l.ar" of .\11f'ahrlhl ..g. 29. C eli->' Good Van Wo Evap -
To Chrsale Oxonut kjs4; tor:1 : VEGETABLES
FromBirthday Coo 1.Ufa 1. REGULAR 4S THRIFTY MAID

2.* 37* THRIFTY 12-0'. 51 1.
? ( :rIo Party Catsup 6 MAIDS'1 Bon. 1. Corn Beef f 3 Cans GRIIN PtAS

Special CUT CORN BIG

.4 SAVE! STOCK- P ** .BLACKIYISUTTIRICANS 2 2-LB. $1
\ One (hte YOU j
MORE
.
t A (;rssrp firoupOUR THE MORE YOU BUY THE ** MIX V LIMAS 4 f bl' sIAIY PKGS. .


: 39 'ard59

I SUPERBRAND ALL FLAVORS Yj

EXT r! '.:! _STAMPS>FA. ,r ((1EXTO.3A_ I EXTRA bCl'[[ HALF PNM.

ENLARGED SHOE DE- toH--....IV...Rich.+.... i 7l Ground--..I..o...Btf.I..IIN. I ..-C4."-d f.... I Ice C APPLfcCHtRRVCOCONlirO R3 tJRR m O 0 0 GAL. 49;

._ ... '
._ .
'IR' SMITH FROZEN!
N'n. N too rwtiu r* fN -TN Vru ;
-.. ., ... ... ..7 .
FULL OF BAR- '--- '-"' i --- .
PARTP EHT IS S 60l.EXTeA. .

GAINS FOR THE FAMILYCome rGREEH_ ._STAMIS> EXTRA"!*. CMffN.. STAMPS! EXTRA Iw.,GIIINSTAMD. ___ $ 0 U r U 111: B e S O 0 O 0 FAM.SIZE 3 9;

.... ... .. ... .
w. n.r., N':'; nu./N. MORTON FkOZEN CINNAMON
::
rINNtltlItl t-AIL. NaN.v .,/ f4
.. L. -
In And Broue ThroughIt _French_ frln_. ... _M..y.tl1'. '... ..<.. !1 _.....-Up... 111 .'...

During! Our Birthday Party (1 EXA..-Ttl-I...:;:---'- re .. M-II.LTRA.. e' .. EXTRA".i..N.y-,rl.- _.0 1 D! 0 n 1Ytl p: a;n-s; COO J tS-Counf' Pkfli.uOZ. 1

N I aw_WIIN STAMPS. : **.'GRIEN STAMPS- IA.6RIN. STAMPS .[ ACRE FROZEN FLOR' _'IAN

STUMP'S ..........- -.... .FLAN-. :_,... K...'lA1.-. _H
....ded Oytt.n Ir.eded V..I. Fib Eat. O..r r Juice 5 CANSTJIt" $1
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DEPARTMENT STORE




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!: SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKR. FLORIDA TIICRSD\{'. FEB 4. 1961


through their own enterprises Administration. -. Jaitxr, nriu ford County, You and each of you are Count Florida, at his office In by the claimant his ar.nt. or
:New ProgramFor Klorliln In Probnt. hereby notified and required' to the court house of Mid County, attorney and any ouch claim or
Ems s"id.LUJI I Farmers Home Administration 1 In its ):),,''at. of Edith! Dur- present any clalma and dornnndi at Starke. Florida within ala demand not ao find shall bvoid. .
[ Small Loans "3 to farmers operating county supervisors will thy Parke D cran..d. which you or either of you calendar month. from the time .
small limited Income farms assist borrowers in planning 0 Home NOTICE TO CHEDITOR3! max have against th. Kntat of of the fleet publication of this Richard D. Junking as Ad-
To FarmersA To all ,i-rcilltora and pAI'80nO Edith Dorthy l'ark, deceased, notice. Each claim or demand mlnlmralor' cum teatamento an-
may be used to purchase livestock farm operations and management /; having" claims "r dunmniln a- tote of said County, to the shall be In writln and shall, noxo of the K tat. of Edith
machinery and equip of loan funds.In Italnut auld I0;.l.. ln. County Juitg of Urudfuid t.ita the ptacn' of residence and /Dorthy Park. U c.aiid.
new program of small DemonstrationNotes poet office/ addreft uf the First Publication Frit 4. 19KB.
repair addition to loans for
ment construct or I ..
l t.
with farm man- claimant: and ahull >* awurn 1/4 tt 2/13
loans coupled farm buildings, pay: annual farming, Farmers Home Administration '

'agement assistance Is now operating expenses for seed may now make EDWIN JOHNS PLUMBING 'I, ._ . _'h T
with
families
to farm -
open feed and fertlllz:?. refinancereal loans for nonagricultural en- -
limited incomes in Bradford estate debts and:! purchaseland. terprises that will produce COMPLETE

U.County, Harlan R .Ellis Coun- added income. By Dorothy Rom SERVICE AND NEW INSTALLATIONS Late Model

."ty Supervisor for the Farmres The loans also may be usedto The agency also administers I Dome Demonstration Agent

Home this Administration week. an- buy shares In small cooper- other rural economic opport-I FREE ESTIMATES STOCK CAR RACES

.nounced atives that serve rural people. unity programs, IncluJinj -
Ellis said farmers in Brad- Loans are repayable over loans and technical assistance:: FOOD FOR YOUR FREEZERTo Phone 964.2904

t ord County can participate In periods of up to 15 years. for small cooperatives ser.lnz make your freezer payoff 1955 THRU 1962 MODELS

the program to develop higher They carry an interest rate rural families who have limit- you've got to keep it full. In l.luhth:' Tbr,. ...u.1("....ult tlr.'ull CiMirl. ,Of In .'1'1'' -

returns from their farming of 4 18] percent.To ed Income and little debt car- Cooked main dishes neat Par. ItriKiroril fount. I. ... O 24 Cars Expected

operations. qualify for loans to fin rying ability.Additional. looses, casseroles and stews In C ""n,'.,)'. Events
Five
MUltTUAUH FonKi'MiHl: O
Loans up to $2.500 are a- ance agricultural enterprises; information on can go Into some of that vac I9orlda Hunk at Stui. ." .1.1ItiinklnK PAINTIHG -

vailable to farm families with an applicant muse be a farmer loan programs under tha ant space. Make enough for corporation under.. Uu< 0 40-Lap Feature
who cannot b I lawn. of Florida" I": iln,.Iff. v> *
limited Incomes and have earnings\ that are Economic Opportunity Act several meals, then freeze the ft. J. (Jack) Amlri-tr. unmet" Interior
qualify for financial assist- basic family available at the Farmers extra. It will save you tlm.3 clod gr AitnvH And,r. ,t e, iinnmrrlutl I PRACTICE 7:30: P.M.:
too low to cover
once under regular loan programs I Home Administration office In later-2 or 3 months from JtafttudaiilMNOTIC'H Exterior

of Farmers Home Administration living needs. In addition ha! the Seagle Building Annex, now-when you may be particularly /.: : OK J'ALI: HIGHEST QUALITY WORK RACES START 8:30: P.M.I.I

or private lenders must be unable to obtain Room 7, Gainesville. County busy'' or have unex- Notli In II, !..-,.y UU.' n. .p",
errant. I... Final 1 >I."< l I. >".rI'ureclomre
credit through other sources. Supervisor Ellis !la also avail- pected guests. l ,11 d.itnl .hu.a.r.. ,. J.'ln:' FREE ESTIMATES SATURDAY NIGHT f

Opportunity loans are aim- Including regular l lo< 'n programs able for information the first Prepare and cook the dishas A. I>. 11)05, and ,'n""'i.i fl I In CALL
' li nocrx, Case No. I I--US: at tint. '
of each
cd at helping farm and rural of the Farmers Home Friday morning usual leaving! Ingredientsj 'Mrcult Court tit the I.',,,\hlh\\ I JACKSONVILLE SPEEDWAY
families earn more Income month at the County Agent'soffice such as vegetables and macaroni Jndl'-lnl. Clri'ull 'In and. rut Joe Boyer 969-4171
. J in Starke.Signup ririulforJ County Florida, Adults-$2.50
a little undone to allow wh.o'a' Flunda. flank al
I for reheating later. Sturka. a banking; ;corporation. < I 414 West Washington St.
Slated I under. the ltw or Florliln. 'IN i iI
; This recipe for cheese meat the Plaintiff, and R J. (Jack
For 1965 Feed loaf Is a good one to try. Andrews unrnarrlvd and Men... '
Andrews, unmarried. art tho
CHEESE 2VIEATJ.OAF /Uufendant I will loll to the
LOOKING Grain ProgramThe Two and one-half pounds hlirheHt bidder for cuah.. at the f Ill h.tCy
ground beef, 1 cup chopped front door of the llriiiirnrd e l t g
aignuy for tae 1965 feed County CuttrthouHo In Kt rkellrndforrl ,
I cheese 3 tablespoons chopped County, Flotilla, at 8
For grain program soon will be green pepper two-thirds cups I 11:00: o'clock A. M on the lath
G under way In the ASCS Coun- Any. of February A. It. 19 ty Offices. Emery William, chopped: onion 2',4 cups dry the following dfwrrlh, property 20 %Word. or less, one time ___ .9$ Memorials, Resolutions fte per word
f bread crumbs 1 tablespoon aa set forth In nuld Final
chairman Agricultural Stabilization salt one-half small bay leaf //Jo'r..". to-wit: If not paid In advance___ 1.25 Oard of Thank. up to 50 ""0",..__ 20M

SEE "and" < ConservationState C crushed), one-fourth tea- DRAt Northin quarter| quarter of Mottthcartt of ftntith-quarter Keyed or Blind Ads_______ 1.2.1 Over. 50 words. ?_? ______ So per weed. .

Committee has announ- spoon thyme, dash of garlic, Section 23, Towniihlp CI \ Each additional word over 20. __ .0$ Display mils In Clamafled.__1JH) per bIda
ced. The signup period starts 1 I South: tunica 1* Kimt ctiutHlnlnir .-
salt, 3 eggs [beaten], and 2 :
BULLINGTON'SAPPLIANCES 8 and will continue / j;: I' 10 erre. mort or InftM.Dated .
February cups tomato puree. thin 29th dny of January, I
through March 26. Mix I I ,\. I'l l uliChnrlen. Expert Recapping j f MATTRESS
beef cheese green pepper 'Hl1Af.' : FOR SALE: HASTINGS
The Chairman explainedthat onion, crumbs/ and seasoning A. Imrby By Glenn 'Rllil Ready mix concrete concrete UPHOLSTERY WORKS
the program for 1965 is thoroughly. Combine ('1.1'1) of Clr, ult Court (Pee Wee) Crew block, house piers, sand cement -1& Palatk

basically the same as in 191\\&. eggs and tomatoes and blend eputy Hy HiMtlHh Clerk M Moody Aim Full Line of mortar mix rock, steel 710 Lemon St.

It is voluntary and partici- I. Into meat mixture. It 2:4: NEW TIRES TRUCK .lead The Cl.a.MtfledalIF ) yster. shell llmerock. root Furniture Repaired,
farmers will qualifyfor TRACTOR An SIZES I travel, lintels. BRADFORD (Upholstered & Refinished
pating Bake at 350( degrees for about YOUR NAME IS
Going Out "nl, Pennsylvania & Dunlap FOUND AMONG TIIE I!I ENOR. CO. Phone 884-2531,I :MATTRESSES REBUILT

Farmers who take part In container or 'oaf pan.; HARDY BROTHERS CLASSIFIED ADS. CALL| Starke. tfch.I I New innersprings

the program may divert for Cool rapidly putting pan In SALVAGE YARD AT THE TELEGRAPH I PEYTON: FLORIST and Box Springs

SALE STILL IN PROGRESS payments a small acreage Ice or cold water. Cover with WILLIAMSJEWELRY u.s. 801-Nortk OFFICE FOR A FREE 119 S. THOMPSON ST. I Drop t'a A Card or Call

as 20 per cent of the farm's lid or moisture-resistant TICKET TO TIlE FLORI I PHONE: 964-415S PALATKA KA9IM

(Appliance Department) I foed grain base or as large an packaging material. Seal. then IN'MI'IUNCK: DA THEATRE.BE NIGHT 964-3191 or 989-10! MRS. PEGGY 8IIALLCB

acreage as 00 per cent of the freeze and store at zero de- AT BRUt'CKI: KVTKS I I DISTINCTIVE' :/ FLOWERS 109 E. Adklns St.Starke. .

I base---or 25 acres If this is grees. I IREI"lUA ; AUTO FIRE BOAT World 'I, We Wire Flowers' Anywhere Agent
SURE TO SEE '
To prepare for serving cov- DOYLE E.: CONNER:
larger tfe't"
: Two rates of diversion pay er frozen meat loaf with tomato MACHINE\ INSURANCE. AGENCY Book before buying any other BOBBY BTTOOa AUTO
Many r Items Still In Stock tfchg I Encyclopedia. M. A. Payne
ment are offered. The lower sauce or gravy and reheat ENGRAVING your local representative since A. C. ELIiSREGISTER : BODY REPAIRS
first 20 at 400 degrees for one PAINTING
rate applies to the SCHOOL JEWELRY: 1958. P. O. Box 603. Phone AUTO
per cent of the feed grain hour. The loaf can also be Insurance Problems? 9643794. tfch FREE ESTIMATES

Check With Us Before base actually diverted. The thawed in the refrigerator, DIAMONDSI. NOW FOR 411 S. Walnut St. Starke. Fla
Call The Man From
higher rate applies to diverted ,1 and served coldor heat D. BRACELETS FOR RENT Two concrete! ADULT EVENING CLASSES tfchfl

acreage In excess of the I(slices in a. pan with gravy or I Keystone" block houses on Laura St. Baslc and high school refresher -
CHARMS: ETC. bath
courses.!' Individualized FOR SALE-4 Br. S full
both the Intended sauce. One furnished. Each $50 per
minimum. If George E. LaRue CB home panelled den, 2 ca*
WAYS TO EXERCISE instruction. Start at any time ;
You Buyulliiigtou's diversion and the acreage mo. in advnnre. Hollla V.
diverted are equal to SENSIBLYThe Starke. Fin.TV Keystone, Heights Knight 131 W. Cull Rt. tfohn tlOO fet course of 18 weeks carport; laundry' room; chatu
actually American Heart Association Negro adult students apply to link fenced! back yard; partially -
at least 40( per cent of the Consultant For All Your FURNISHED APARTMENTSLight : !' Principals office I RJE air conditioned. Attractive

base the higher rate applies I I has named seven major Insurance Needs. and water. Phone 964- High School. White Adult stu- price. Call 378-0933. Catnea-

> Appliances to the entire acreage diverted. points for Individuals to con' I S671 or 964-7371. Mrs. Bull. dente apply to the Adult Education vllla. tfchg
( .
sider as they follow a program' IteprcurntlnifGreat ,
Inirton tfeh Office SB Wing USO
I *
take part In of regular exercise to Improve American In... Co.
to JOB: ORIFFTS
Applications Building rear 1 to 4 p. m
their health: The! Traveler I.... Co.
FOR RENT-2 Bedroom Apartment -
the 196 5 feed grain program dally or write to Adult Education -
[1] Select a form of exercise Furnished. 507 :MALE' KELP WANTEI>-Men
Tel 473-4603 Day Drawer 100 Starke. Busi
that Is suitable for your age Center St. Inquire at 509 Cen- and In rood health minimum education -
1 473-4323 Nltes ness foreign languages, .
and phYblcal condition. I ter St.. Mri. Ooldle Martin. mtwlr l, rntir*"* available. tfch 8th grade age 21 to
; T21 Choose the exerclsa you I Rentals Auto Fire Home Business tfchff' 59. Contact the Personnel Department -

like. If you approach th. subJect I I Monthly ymcr.t Plan USED .MACHINE SALE at SunUnd Training

of exercise with a grim I SCHOOL AND INSTRUCTIONS Singer Portables. I9.9S & fr Center P. O. Box 1150.

attitude you're bound to fall I I 1 Earn 1185 and up SINGER COMPANY 402 N. Oaingivllle. Florida gtrhg 3 18

by the wayside in a short time. X. FOR SALE Good 'business operating bulldozer, dragline Marlon St. Lake City Fla I
and residential In back hoes and graders. W. I FOR RENT Trailer space
The Idea Is to fit physical exercise |, properties 793-4081 tfchu
I $1 Per Day with, patio. Over night park
[whether outdoor hiking I Starke Improved and unim will train you on our equip
AT or home calisthenics] Into ALL NEW PORTAnLKS: proved. H. ..,. Knight, P. O. ment In South Florida. VA FOR RENT-Spacious 2 bedroom I. ing. Weatmoreland TrailerPark .

v your dally routine and then I Drawer F", City. tfchgOERAIJ3 approved. For Informationwrite unfurnished duplex Also! .1 Phone WW-31M or M93291. -

add acme weekly activitieslike Associated Heavy Equipment furnished apartments. Nlc tfchg
Fish and Meat MarketFRYERS mersonDahmer's ADKINS Schools 2119 Lake location. Reasonable. W. II
City bowling, roller ... HOUSE FOR BALE OR
I swimming tennis I 'I FOR SALB -FI11 dirt, top soil Christie Drive. Orlando or Nollman Starke Florida. LEASE: Large 3 bedroom

other In-season sports.IIk8t1nll'l tractor work new and used call 855-3337: 4tn 2'11' tfrh and den or 4 bedroom kit.

GRADE: "A" 131 Once you've I' building supplies. W. T. Jackson 1104 E. Call Street FOR RENT-4 room unfurnished then with breakfast area 30'x
( a reasonable schedule, try Building MaUrUl and Ma- with
:
Three bedroom and two the house 421 N St. Clair 14' living-dining room
hard to let nothing Interfere I 1112 E. Tall Ph. 9GD.1771 :hlnory Supply. Phone .*.- Large13V
bath home large living room : St. See J. 1.. Sllcox next door fireplace. Fenced yard.

LB. with it. I 4001. tfch. with kitchen and dining UtilIty -I Itchi x 137' corner. lot. LAW
9Q [UI Be prudent. If I down payment 744 8. We tnoreland .
and patio.
screen porch
exercise I
FOR RENT !House trailers I
--
haven't had much On Your Lot Central heat and attic fan St or phone 8 4(18414 -
since left school don't try and 2 bedrooms. Can be moved ( tfrhcOR
you Exclusive residential section!
SMOKED Olt FRESH to start where you loft off If 12 Wi des as. 3 IIKDKOOM) : high and dry corner lot with I IMl.on J.your B own White lot. Call 2tp 964 2

your age and physical condi- paved streets. Price and term RENT Bchelor'i! apt.

LB. tion warrant a return to Cu"tClmllIde" : Complete Homes reasonable. A. J. Thomas NOTICE Completely furnuhrd Inc.

PM BeN g C S strenuous activities, woik up For Florida I.lvinjf $53.50 Per Mo. Realtor. Tfl 4-S7Ql.. tfi-hg, Someone in this area to .. '!nllitles only 850 per mo.
to those exertions gradually
'I tune payments on 1964 ZIOZAQ. I Johnll Hansen Starke. Fla.
by dully moderate exercise. : YOU Get(; More f'REI'OI.DER: MRS. H. C. KFIJ.Y Makes Button holes I hone 8-1788 for appt. t3an

[151 l Do more walking and I For Your $ $ $ FOR SALE Furnished! apartment monograms( sews on button /trhg

FRESH .' less riding. Unless the distance I I'. O. hex 68 house Conveniently! No credit needed.. $38 00 Cur)

Is too great walk to No Salaried or Commissioned Oreanway Branch located at 208 N Cherry or 8 psymrnts of $7 00. Cal! FOR RENT' UnfurnUhrd 2

GROUND BEEF-- work and walk when you BO Employees Jacksonville\ 1 1HFU. Street. Down payment and Budget Manager collect!' Jack 'wl.-oom house! Clone in. N>>
t shopping. Ir this rush, rush sonvillf FU :3-1231 3tp 3 11)
"
age we don walk enough. I DAD&IUAI! LARSEN: monthly terms. Call: 964-7371 rta. Mri R.. P Drmomt 3M
tfrha Park Place 2tfh 24
[61 I Begin your exercise tou- LIKE:: TO WORK Call Collect MRS. IRENE ROBERTS
BRISKET STEW J
tine with a walk to yo-? doc- FOR SALE-with no closing
HELP: WAN'T'EDhl Female
or FOR R1'NTI: : bedroom an*
YOU
tor's office for a physical examination I Benefit! 764-4070 cost Cozy little home. All Carrier wanted. for es
furnished house 6ti mile
; he will tell you If'' l...%_ e i2e Conveniences Now ?is your
RIB STEW Ubllshtd motor route Lak from Starke on SUM Prison
LBS. some form of exercise shou'dbe I chance! to own your home! W
All Si/
Display Must have
Butler
?son CAB V'4SII area owr Road. J. W. Oasklns. phone
Nollman tfchu
avoided. 8112 1( 1 Widen C'OINOITRTFD H transportation and be bondable CWI"-UU tffhg

BUDGET; JIRANDBREAKFAST 171 Finally try that most 11!, DathH COMPAREBEFORE: I INCOME: TAX Call Ostnrsvllle Sur
difficult form of exercise
\ namely pushing yourself a- and Expandablen: : VOP BfY Complete Tax Service.Johnie Circulation Dept between 9 a FOR SALE 14 ft. flberglas

BACON FOR from the table to avoid :Mr. Amy Aulo-TrrU. inc Hansen!' -5 ml. So. of m. and 6 p. m 378-1411 co'- ski boat and heavy duty trail-
way left for Interview. 3tfhg 311)
r'lI111... Venlc 1990 Trram Starke U S. 301( Phone
obesity. Obesity has become! a on er 81M DO. Call H4-lI Ol. ext.
GA. RED HOT national health problem. Just New and Used !St. Apt. No. II Ft. Lauderdale! 468-1766. for appt. 4 ROOM: UNFURNISHED 117J tfeh
)I Fl... 2. I trhir 3 18
because: one is overweight H-Yr. financing available HOUSE: for rent. Tile bath
I
WEINERSSAUSAGE / doesn't mean he's healthy. II: FOR SALEby Owner, concrete FOR SALE Registered Aberdeen Varnished floors. ISO per m'Phone A-o. 2M
-
points up poor nutrition. Use Our Uenhll.Pul'I block, two. bedroom Angus Bulls. :25:! to select 94-249 Itfht SEW BRICK HOME
1 ORANGE DESSEPT I, lam living with W Bake- Located In edge of city' limits
chase house; room from $15000 up. T
Plan- ntl
FOR SALE 19 I Chev Cor
-Pnym I -
CONTESTThe open" fireplace. N. Myrtle St &: Sorts Lake O>n,.... l"1a" of email town. 3 B... bath ant
Under $;))0 t) Per Month I cur pick-up: truck Good con half.
deadline for enteringthe : r.ll 9K4-4M3 3tch 2 4 Phone Keystone Helchts. 473 a Thermostat heat con
.
11tton. Can be seen at Crawfnrd'a
Orange Dessert Contest U 4714 3trh 3 11 Selor i trol. Only 81.000 down. Par-
FOR SALE -houwith 83 Tenneco Stttion. menta 859 month. FHA ap
February: 6. 1965. If you are
; foot f-onfae 321 W Martinn. FOR SA1E Victor McCssk- trade. 11II4-11II21 or 9( 44 -
CHUCK Interested In entering th FOWeMobile proved.
ROAST C
*> "J for Information Up
45 contest, please contact the < OXxvl business location rush' register heal for bust-
Phone 964-7371 or M4-5871! ness good M new. 1 Master No. 140
Demonstration Office I'
CHUCK STEAK Home i tfch built drink and br box: 19154 CHIN nfPAL.COIlo"V About 2 acre. 5-rrn. bung.*
LB. Home SitesAVAILABLE
for entry blanks. holds 32 easts. Also! milk: o- R1_ white top.;>> PowenlldeP low with bath screened" and:

OtO FASHIONED home S. RAH and othr extras enclosed -
Phone po-ch. Oil heat fltrtclty '-
glass cooler end.
en

ALL MEAT STEW\ LB- 59COPEN may be sled in the ASCS Full Lake l'rl lJelitt'SlIom..tC'ad : dollar rooked Sunday per' : person dinner complete: On" 014-1333.Stark. Rt. 2 Box 145-A Itp Can down handle with: for good about credit.$300 For",'P tree; grape phonJ.vines Peach for home pear

-- County Offices" from Monday Ex.: : Come. and bring the family information( : rail 944-9431 o- eating Place for "'f tab'>

through Frhtlat any time FinancingLake I Azalea Drive In. U. S. 301 S. FOR RENT-4 room furnish 964-1H or see. at Crawford'- garden. Colorful flowers ant

between the hours of 8 a.m. i Sunday; dinner special IM'rYet: ed house. 30fl S. Water St. Trnnero Station.- Ito shrubbery School bus by the

and 4:30: p.m. Geneva I .each Sunday from 12 p. m. to Itrha door Only 83.5OO.

NOW' OPEN I :3 o m atphir. 24 I FOR RENTbedroom: fur-
SEVEN 4 FREE FISH FRY at Blu nished house with Lasted STROCT REALTY
I II.ADTrq. carport.
ALL HAYMONDAY RIGHT I-OINT IM' .. .. S ... .
flit Uy Tavern. Friday nteht. Feb. SI 17 H Tr .4 Are.V. .
Trailer SalesOn Millions\ are. viewing at S70 W. Can St
DAYSA i from S to S p. m. Bring the [ 8. 2011Pheae
Phn' M4-4431 Itch
:\ as. yea writ. Tom In and "Avon Callln1! on TV Show
WEEK fimllv Hlwtv IS Itp N'-SUI
WE STOCK A COMPLETE LINE OFtROCERIESlAllen frvorlU, ESTER- Route. 100. One Mil sE and you will sell! Well train 1 I
elect your krtotone llrlfhta you to earn the amount of I FOR SALE Evlnrude I1* FOR SALE- Blonde Wagon WANTED" -Rld or Hdfr to
I
Hardenbrook and Smith I1ROOK Fountain Pea TELEI Open Sun. & Evenings: money you need. Call now or, Fleet" wind with pressure tent. Wheel bunk beds 130. Nice OalnerU:. daily.' Leave Starke

write Mrs. Oulda Sweat P. O.I I l Less than 20 hours. Cash l condition. Phone 944-6401, between 8 and 9 a. m. Cat \

. ''I>, GRAPH. I I Box &40, Live. Oak l1A.a Phone 964-x371: Itchg Ext. 135-W. Itchg M4-4M2. ItchgPAnl


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I II ?????..??........?. ? Mrs Curtis Rowe and Mrll| Don Hull of Ht.irke. tinned I at Cecil Field.

I ytlle.: Mrs, O.ilsy l'rlllA'le entered :\Irs. George; Roberts! spent

\ LAWTEY\ t.lppham of \Vll
COUNTY I>"l h.y Upphuni, who had been Kiltlay for lronlm IIt.. Mrs. Charles Tatum in Home-

WITH rlilllntf the \Vun"! 1'llthU. returned Lust :Monday evening Mr. i.leml.Wo. .

a Itv Em BUncltardAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa with them to her ham. i.Mr. i I. and Mm. T. PoHplerh and son tire planscd to learn 'tm,;

YOUR L r AGENT and Mrs I George, L.. Jimmy nf Jaekaonvllle were I the small daughter .. sir

1 The Right And The Wrong ApproachAnd !Shufoul' nll,1Ir.: and Mts. visiting Mr IInt11'11.: :M 1. L. I: nn\1. Mrii Joe II.irl *v hud to.
attend the
i.1"t i Remember to Leon Stalling\ wciv vltitlnxMr ) TinnerVhlli,' thorp they ce1eb !- stay: at the hospital' rainy i

now it's Selma Alabama thatis charted waters. There were no em- ,. sing it Kvergreen Baptist and :MIM. VMlMiin: \\ ul I IIn .iitetl the, ll-it .inuviisirxof 1 Mut ohm unit ka J"ettlng; .or

to be tortured on the rack of unfavorable bittered speeches' or harsh remarks I II I I C"UI"t'SlItlltth.y! night Fvb.j J.'Ck"\II\'I1I11 durin.r: the their ton .11""" !"v nuts' inn. h n "'1 l\' ,it t home

national and world publicity, no irate delegations of citizens I 1 I j 16. at 7-3":: They will have twtflatting v> ",'k. }"I"! .i si'tl i" '] t II"* tn, ','11 1" i ill \l I T.". ", .
hors; '*, the Coxpol'aIre Uui>M of :Mr an,1CI': *. U ., M \" L, Turner '.I'
;' i
much as our own neighboring St. Augustine from either race and no talk of I II dIy'nK" duel Mrmnptlv a1 i 1. !in
w .* and. the WllUiim Qu.. 'r- F. Keil>llh were Hay iKirmini '1 : '. k Mt:
was a few months ago. futile defiance. The only thought apparently I l land two ore run rm opt
let of Jucksonvlllo.Lawtey ) nnil Mr' IIn.111': < with M -
tiy
Selma has become a target of the was tS work out a solution IR I I I'T.will lieet I f Frank Don liormnn of J.u'IIHOII IN. 'I..h| N,' mo d. :'

that would be best for all concerned
nation's integration groups.In 1'I
Tuesday .eb. 9, tt 7:30: J I'
some ways it seems most unreal and which would cause!' the least!' pos 'i mV hope the.-e will be H vlllc.Mr. V R RnlillMh' ''' nod airs: *r--

that this quiet Southern town where sible disruption of the mores of the flyGeorge 7'. ;, jrootl ittU'iiil-ince. Lulu Norman were called: in I r rr' r
'
community.This till ICC'II.IT.. ..:, the death n' Die r J
Spanish moss hangs from the trees I llufigins Tampa' by *
and azaleas will soon be blooming fell is the only approach that makes I Umre Methodist : Church sister Mm Nell Oxtcen. flu.

into the trap and becoming an Integra- sense and as long as It Is followed 1 .... -,- School \\I 4D a m., Worship Itii l were. l"'I''OOII''Inlo.1. by Mi .m

tionist target. we have hope and faith that a plan. out that m.. F.lIlnlfVol'Nlllp. 7:30: Mrs Kill I Monlry N\'m1| his
Whittle pointed
Brooker mt Mr. .
area
will be devised that the communityand growers p.m. fray.i Circle! Monthly' evtenilej, to nil menilioi < s tit
I :Many\ persons-both white and Ne- last meek to launch a spring the, small package few. paid bj <
{ its citizens of all can live I I) mil.' MHK \Vrdn IC races farmers supports the IUIU'kd -
the
: vegetable
trro--agree that Negro voter registration with-and furthermore live with in production ptogrambrooker I p m In iiliwnoe, of the pastor, Mr*. Si-ho 1lirrl of Stark'
r State Farmers :Market program. Not every market -
(the of the trouble
cause ) might Sunday| \ evening The Charger
and harmony. l earns Ita total expenses\ nod Mr and Mm II T ncI
peace manager Malcolm lIar-
have been relatively quiet if it were How much better this of each However the pool- !! Iy Lender I O. M. Hiiinjrui-nei, ne't were Mucus. ill' \ <'','10'f.lIn..r ,
course action Cell opened the meeting bytel1lnl' year
not for the actions of Dallas County bt "'lIht the masauge." .
| with Mr and Mi I I.
of all earnings supports
will be for all concerned than to the group about plans lug
Sheriff James Clark. Th< chair! win Invited to Tlioinpnon, lift. Siintt.n I
take the only alternative and become i for encouraging a boost In the system. I cry
"If you want to know the truth," embroiled in suits' or other distasteful production of crops to be Whittle dtscus-sed also the tnr\; ,n the Methodist Cnurrhof the nCttrnoon Mr MI>on.l" '''- '
: Llollevlew Suiuluv evening, vHltetlV. J. VVIIIilmm. in t tin.
said ;
.
one high-ranking white official incidents that end handled by the Brooker market recent program of evaluating .
can only in I were anon" tnletl by V. A. \ In Ij>kr ("Itonn,1 { '
hey llonpttul
"Negro: leaders told me in December The basic prom lie: of Interest all state markets and plans | ? #apg
frustrating defeat and at the same Rev. Perkins, :MrVMki p y.r A
the Pimtor, John other visited ,,
that In market a
to the
they! decided on Selma because of growers putionsIng for Improving .
time bring on the stigma-whether I II better II'. organist' :\11'11. Mae MV 1111In the hospital'' in :\1.f.
market la that that
the sheriff. They decided to try to a reputable I facilities so e-ien
justified or not-that has darkened I \ IU. Mr and Mrs. H. E clenny
buying representation will be services might tx possible i
arouse him and gain national publicity the image of St. Augustine Birming piesent This was dlvu.ivd by I Probably. the greatest' need o'1 ITUt t, Mr and, Mm It. to:. Visiting tile Kil:. ally, fiimlb, r

for their cause, and it worked. ham, Selma and other cities!! that have Mr Hsrrell and one buyer the Brooker market Is cooling i i l.ep. end Mr I .. O. I 14. IVleritwn' during.. the weekkrrr :Mi, : ft"iv.

M-'ny persona, of course, supportthe allowed themselves to play into the was present at the meeting raclltlles so that quality In A Hnmlvvlc-h supper WAil rervInl ,In.111'; ibn I May: ( and. .KIM

sheriff's action in arresting near hands of the very forces they soughtto I Associate! Vegetable Craps certain crops might be Im. I and a m,",'al I hour tMjnyeUMvmheta ran of St Augustine and Mi

ly 300 Negroes in recent weeks, but defeat.At Specialist Mason Marvr. ;. with' proved. of the choir Attending .

some are now saying that he has- the time of the Supreme Court'sdesegregation i the Agricultural Extension I The Brooke- market pro- Included. Lxtrnlni and !1.01.11' 1.-. Mtwrrrai

whether right or wrong-unwitting ruling The I I Service, discussed th.Plt*- I duction area includes KIOAFI-S Priest llnmiln, JonmKlltv. I.M. .
Telegraphinterviewed table outlook and In Bradford Ahll"hu.and : Clyde and, (lens hear e+ 1104..1 l y"feel
for 196S _
ly played into the hands -
of Integration .
a number of our Negro I -- :::: -
) rM, Knren and John I.e>e
and projected the vegetable Union counties Interested" In "
forces. Whatever : 5\\
the cause -- leaders' including teachers and ministers Wain- I k
Wnvne and Klulno: !
Selma has been thrust on page one !' and found them unanimous in program possibilities for the I I the mniket A survey will be I fi+_..._-.4 JI\I1.; \ "Xyyt r7'L'
next few year Mr Marvel made In a few days. to determine AiirhtFlrit' '"1 iI
of the world's press--something that the belief that it was for the bet'! interest bawd his long range remarks I the production potential, I rtnptlwt/ : fill"'It IV Jr"o ; ..--! ,I

can do the town no good, and seems of their people to have their on a recent Intensive study for a selection of special i SrhiMil. 10 n m. Worship. 't *' r 'tI

likely in fact, to do lasting harm. own schools and churches. \We believe made by representatives of .u'' crops A follow-ui meeting I" I, Training Union 41:111:: ) 1,,111 1 I : ", ,ft1d J ii

For this reason -if for ear other- that there has been little, if any, groups Involved In production 1 will be railed\ and probably a I'-"I'n'nll' VVmshlp' 730:: p. in.
it is gratifying to see the calmness change in this basic thinking since This group Included persons)I II market advisory committeewill / i'rayer meeting Wednesday, A beautiful future is worth a few

with which school officials in Bradford that time. If this i.s still their wish dealing In fertilizers pesticide \ be selected 7 :.to pin U""III..h'.I.'MU" 1 >

County are approaching their unwilling we do not see how anyone can force I *, herbecldes. mlll'kPunll.1 Mr. Harrell Is enthusiastic YU'A ht.\ /mil, HA on firs,, anti world sacrifices. Open a savings account
packaging and pitxluce-a.. VI, over 1989 season and predictsa I thlt.t Tluit-Ml.ty... Suntl.iy
but inevitable and them to do otherwise.Kut .
with and add to it
necessary, '' us
a' Dronkerarea every
was generally agreed that I' good year for the shad ofllrtnM' anti (teiii'herii
action on Form 441 the Federal whatever the outcome ha.efaith news
mandate we
planned In the He admits, howexer. 7 :30
program! production meet each Hntiiitfcijr' p
to desegregate schools suffer in the I payday. It's the best way to get tho
or enough sincerity and the I of crops like cucumbers that this can be only with m lev I Wendell Jiihnsmi .nfStuko

the cut-off of Federal funds. intelligence of our citizens, both white pepper, beans, and grower market manager and' wilt guest *i>i% kiSumliiv In things want most out of
The matter was discussed cooly and and Negro, to believe that a solution sweet potatoes would be good buye., working tOIt"tn'r.I morning and 1 night 1 you

calmly at Tuesday's School Board to this matter can be arrived at with : for the Brooker area I fin r'ebiuury, 7 IU v. JinlumiI.inkin lifo for your children.

meeting, and resulted in a decision to out the disagreeable' incidents that In pointing out the sUt'llly;' I Bradford Farming will bring; the morning focus

seek recommendations from the coun have caused populations of other towns of certain ciops and pt/wlble and, evening melange. nt tho )

ty's' school principals-both white and and cities to fight each other when Increase In others Marvel reminded r'liat U.II.U.t|. Church' WE'LL BE GLAD TO OPEN YOUA

:Negro-before taking final action on they should be fighting together to .the there growers would of the be Importance In I AS r ., Mr and Mm Clare Itnifiu _-rr.. .r..4..1 NEW SAVINGS ACCOUNT OR

the best course to pursue in these un solve a mutual problem.Two ryaI nf Penn Yen. N Y. were ve
producing the right varietiesand i, The OvMlon Science Monitor' ADD TO AN OLD ONE !
of Mr and :Mrs'
'
rent guests' MIM .02111V
\using proven production Cm rHTMV So DgaMW *
I I II II II Hamilton Mr, Hague I
practice Quality In a productwill ,
I Men I I' Mm, I Hamilton') I brother
One
--- 'Theory'Someone determine )Its selling advantage I Mrs.. (I. !14. "Peterson nf Arlington Merges far lh.w ttrtai ducked, be. First Federal Savings and

Mime was piesentedby SEE sal pwt. ells weekend, .... I .... I- tUA funO!
is always coming up witha connection whatever The love to which I County Agent O. T Hug- ,
with I the It. ,I:. Ix-o. family.
Q t WAR M a 0 atantlia |U
new and refreshing idea. That'swhat I refer ia behavior calculated to con I glna. of Mr. and Mrs T.
makes life so Interesting.Now fer survival benefit on other people W O. Whittle. Chief of I Vlnltoi D a 1aet... tohegta Loan Association...
Florida State Farmer Markets IT f. WnlnwrlgM Ihrongn the
comes! Dr. Ashley Montagu, :n a creatively enlarging manner; in I discussed the marketing week wore Movers. UingfunltHl 1 .-... .
one of the world's most famous s-Klal Ither words an involvement a continuing
system of the State and how 1 tnothrr. Mm Alice IMI\U-\ Str- Of Starke
scientists, with the declaration. that interest and concern In their State owned. and operated fly Phil. CronkhlU f.>nl, or I lake Hut lei. Mr. _
schools should de-emphasize the welfare." Walnwrlllllt nn'l// Cry
Markets are serving the farmers i I Mm. J It North Triiiil .\H.
"Three R's" and concentrate primarilyon He continued : "\e were born to There are. 14 such markets mn of Htiirke/ Mr anti ''** ZIP"-..... JIM I |

teaching students how to be "warm, live an if to live and lo\e were one. presently operating In I 'Inik/ VVnlnwrlifM i and 7 mippoe ,Mime of the "I' .. Wiiyrronn. 0.1., Mr. .n loving human beings. If we fail in loving then we fail in Florida In the Interest of topservice ,
I prob'ably !
He charges that our society In following living." For that reason he contend to Florid. FannersMosley I timers evpeilnnreil In the area ft have winter! Ilkathis. -

its present course seems systematically ed. schools. should really be
Hit It lertalnly line" t beena
devoted) to the productionof for teachingthe art of Inatltutt"1 )last Thursday on their new experience" II" far an discover the difference \

mental illness in all its members. tions, the "theory, art and science/ of way to Tamps 81 I't't..nburll.and I I am M.nc'.rn..1. Hut m fur ; '65 ClllflJrolelsInplal
Sarasota where theyspent
"Humanity has lost its understand practicing ability to love" I their vacation They returned II\ eeeinn that we have a tit in lite

ing of what it is to be human," says. Such presently emphasized subjects to Jacksonville last to tx thankful for sal I *lnrerely

Dr. Montagu and called this loss the as reading, writing/ and arithmetic! I Saturday night hope that we will I I.. _. ,.*:"." i .:,>.t'I ( '. 't"vig .
"Vt' t human disaster.!! Able to come out of this and
Dr. Montagu nay, should be regarded i Ilev and Mra M Mathew .
Only through a reawakening to only a* "ancillary, secondary' skills" I of Jacksonville vlsltea the I hove H provable. strawberry.

mankind's "most Important basic need, At any rate -it'a an Interesting Clay Hill Holiness Church last aetmon' In Manh

and through helping mankind satisfy theory, and perhaps no "farther out" Sunday Aa I mentioned last week.we -- .. ._- .
W llI was
I that need can' people be saved from than acme that other advanced educators Rudolph Padgett of I>iclors hail a gentleman .,.-
lull-rented In purrh'tslng, n .
Inlet vlsltrd" his parent. Mr ..
becoming monsters who" will eventually have come up with in recent and Mr. Hiram Padgett. la! '' I i Inrjre spray. rig to do nuloiuwork ... . -' ,' .''I' -; .

destroy themselves, he believes. >ears. afternoon Also vl ll- on J pecan I trees for moss. .' ,. -_ ,
Dr. :Montague says! that scientists After all. there wax a great teacher I Ing Sunday the Padgett were Mr I nit I other fungus. snit) to encourage --- '

have determined that the strongest who said 'Do unto other a*' ye would and Mn L E Padgett and .people. to follow n 1.

need! _. and the need most often un- have them do unto you." IOn of Btaike I..y( program to make" p-

filled- is love. "Love has been the Waa He wrong too-or l It It just I Rev and Mr James Saunders Ilan. 'JCln' a pi .IMabl.. .rup *y iiaLSifXCIIEVROLKT

most important factor in the evolution poftible that Hi* and Dr.) Montagu's"theories" and family of .Penney In r r"'1fonl' ('"""t,, W II /[ ; Jt'duoraltJour/ driiwa////

of man and I am not talking about might work If ever put in- rarm visited Mr and and familySunday Mrs Duke last machine wick and ru'c.tul"h. It U\1 r..," tml front ftl least: for a whit', nnul "'lllll' n -mh'aU.. n-riU-r iimmiNun.l' < :irps-lnn I : 'the imoftHi an.l.,

*f*. the doctor saW. "There la no to practice' Homer Padgett ,.?.w..r.1n""let a. to 'over. theof Imranjoy that sleek impala Huin-r ;4Jort| atylmj. "IIIIY < 'h,-vrol.-> rulimil', hevrrdetpintt | ". .'Iartnlgwu in
afternoonRECIi'E ihrtn, '::1)I .;, 1'hi'' El
I trea t I" Ihl I. 'area clan! to yourself, (th..' our famous I le.ll"| 'I'IUtar I ,: *
TTTTfl .y.// School Superintendent, will virus Mr and Mr LJoyd FOR TIIK: WELICflutt msJorltY After all, you have everything .
he has, <-n< ( ''h.-vrI-i > home. unj-rovvnvi.:! : 111<1U \:wia" uut.CIIKVELLK :
the PTA meeting i I un.terslan.l I that interior with iU cushy bucket U
speak at Wilkinson of Panama City Hot Csu.6 t uru l luiurwus :Swjr: Siwl
CLAY HILL' Tuesday' night. Prb t. at 7:30.: I also visited\ the Padgett Mr package hot roll ml(. 2 tablespoona pinning mime. teat ruts on hie.
Everyone Invited, to attend.rLL5ONAL1 Wilkinson returned home Bun. soft butter, 2 tablespoons own grove. ,-Irterrrtlne what l lhn
: I day but Mrs. Wilkinson staredto golden seedless raisins ran ,put/ this I spray out for
By !'In. llewarif radgetl I Carter -.n.1 I f arts sure that Heorgellnggln
Mr and Mrs. louie help with her motherMrs :2 tsbltspuons chopped mUC'l .
Thane ZS'-4IS! c.r-I! '* will Hove this. In for
: and Nancy visited J C Thelma WUllamnon candled fruits and peela I 17 << .
5 ttttmtntmw.nwn |I lee of Lon Branch last Sunday and son of Oreen Core I Cup sugar I teaspoon' cinnamon I nIt, m In the very near fit'

I 1, afternoon J C .U out ot > Springs visited\ In Clay Hill ''a teaspoon\ nutmeg. I j tur
We had another large crowd 1 i I I the! hoxpltal but In a wheelchair Sunday afternoon.. lightly beaten egg Prepareroll I We urge pple J who are In

in Sunday School last Sunday Mr' and Mr*, Horace Whitehead I l l mss according to grey.5, : t | ;
I
with 74 present Mr and Mra. Irene Padgett spent and family of Maxvlllevisited. ,, age direction. add butter a .
)Irs Da*son Padgett and several' ) dan last week with Mr and Mr*. Hardy fruits to liquid mixture and I1 I j rmmty amen' We must. re

N'Phof Mlddlrburg. and Mr. Polly OrUN of Long I Padgett and family Saturday I sugar and spice to dry Ingredient 1 member thnt thl. la n bilge rMl'fl1l
Mrs Rebecca Bradford of Branch night [ .* Mlg well Coverlet and I'' imii-hlne and t If trees are nnl : : Look, luxury and lot more M.li"lI'r';' mart

Starke one visitor Ut Sunday w. are' glad to report that;( Rev and Mn James Saunders rUe. In warm place till I I1' eaey to get to. wotil'l" t boO harp l 1 I l "'rrwlSuwrr l vinu r ,II i -h-' .111'lor..> .'>U.rWVAIR
Welcome back any time Charles Moiley U out of the and family of Penney :: double: (about 1'* hour*! In maneuver, It fat put. s : Tip lurks 1 pen mn nw TV luxury hats n M.il.l." rtrla': lug '| :.i
fur yuurwelf.
Remember that arveral mem hospital& now' and at home HeU Parma had dinner with Mr i I Turn out on lightly floured I small nlm">>er f>f IreeeI I: :: :JK: >rt 1vU tall iinjjcine/ : I IxjrUelaU, /lull b"\I.I\J.\ :; 1 bsl..: fIVII: tJ la' ere <..411I,1.,

ben will be ordained this. still under doctor' care, and .frs. John Mann and ,I surface and knead till/ smooth woohl like to mention I ... ( ()J: Kreru: ,thing's

Sunday afternoon Mra Oeneva Padgett hat family SundayWe Shape" U bUM,, place orgreased I .......Ihintf al.1 thal' I.... ..cali
The junior choir of Clay oven" on the sick list tor sevI. I were glad to sec Vfr and baking abet Cove,' j >e working on In 'he ver new )bul' 'the idea

Hell Baptist Church parUri- ersl daya.I .fra. John Mann and family ,j I I and let rise. till almoo doubUI I near future for our' |ph"r.l -.. Th.- ulfn ..ulIl", make ('...-va,r
pated In the musk festival at I I Mra Alma Harris and children beck In church Sunday at,.le.. i I (about &0 minutes! Brush' pr ajr"1 fur "e.e<"ble ,e. tlif < M rtiPst knv-prrr.l I. r
:Macedonia Baptist Church In and Mr, and Mr Anderson being out so long due to Mr I I \top with emu mixed with 1 1I Ma' ..""n.. We have had | '
the Atltnti."
,
of
thus sale <>
Jacksonville They came home and children all of Jackaonvllle. Msnn's Ulneaa, I I tablespoon water.. Bake at 379degrees number. of 'inquiries| from ,in "' ,
with a superior" ratine.rr !, visited Mr and Mr Mr and Mr*. Clarence MIXley for IS minute or till!1 lerevleil. prnpl who W'.uJi''b I l k Mik. miave new 'conin.i' ,I ''r .1 l
j of Jacksonville sJtghtly: mat' stylinKvrn U-iU-r hai I I' IblynsuSN i T.
% :NOTICE Hardy Padgett recently, and and family done Cool Hk- to roiiie Into this ere >
Mr Tyne. Clay County found Mr Padtett nil\ with visited Mr and Mrs; .Henry Crowes with confectioner'!' buy If we 5CP going to hive +rJGb.pt same. trur-vnxinfil t.1'.4'IIOn." '
II I 1 Icing Serve warmCONrtCUON12t'S I vnlnme "' vevtaMev f h>.p- Urlllnj ic'a fun. Fry at.r .

IONO/ ': thoi n great<< many -.1.1.| l "it" 'I>,

wORfQ4 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I I Add enough milk or cream r'i tc" ., ; to k. ."t".1....t.Ion" ihii I. Drive Komethina: ], really new-discover ,the, difference (it your Chevrolet clealer's
4 I"p aifted eonfectk r 1 we still .nave another nf-.r

A ESTABLISHED 187BTOITOI sugar to make of spreading: inniiv '"' gent; bau-K Into ihr, Y'// fimffomir (. Jrl.t'II*? /aa-B
( 5n
g.$ I II'L.ea. consistency Add dash of sail 1 V'g....at.l.- business again I, (Vhcvmlel' (?, ,..eel N E. L. MATYNtw.. "'D.e"" ..
vanilla: ,, ,
and teaspoon IM k. to say that f-"*
Q n on Sell
c / .. OiorerTIWWOUW.V W..ny Naw..a.ta PV.lriMfO CoN- I 1 be ini the prafltaW'- n> '
!"i ,t f ia ar"w: in thi srr I
r/d4110N UMOcai TMg ears MieTwotoPuaciaMra 7M (. ,I ..r" r proper varelyp't. /. 1",1 1 1,

.. Tee gs .,s (dines are -.1.1I l GATEWAY CHEVROLET Inc
EACH TMU.eo v AND Cwrgata Ae ..:_a Cc* Marrg AT
.: rt h t tM highest
.... Or MaatCN .. teve.
Poerr Oericg AT Stout. P' Um a ACT ,
'k 't the who). ........

IN Tins TRADE AREA O% TEAR ISJO . 8DC MONTHS SSMBEX C666 W" (g-.i. ".. I I'. S. 30I (NOKTII) STAKKK:. HA. .. I'HONK: 9 ; i-3<))00BraMord )
-* II< an thi. 'In tnear .
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OUTSIDE TRADE AURA ONK TSAR I OO > MONTHS $321a '
future.




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rrY'f"-."Y'W'"rr t''fT"rr""rrW\tnh" -f'V''YVVYVVY. atcd with a lovely camellia Funeral Held I SeeksIncorporation

Tlu-.e were" apc:-oxiniatelv 20( For J. U. PerryIn Geneva

: tables\ of )pliv.: Including

I XEYSTONE( HIGHLIGHTS scrabble bridge canasta and --ven Jones ChapelJames


By Mary, K. S,'lipf, %If L'e. I NbU'S IROM: : ST.WILLIAM'S Key I 'u ie Ulmont Heights Perry, died 87.Kutlty of-


'. &AA..A.. &A44A4 .. In addition to th* rexulai7:4i : Jan 29 After n brief
Illness! He was born in Wellborn -
I. ,It' \" !SHOW ', with *!V lYJf>'1t 5',:;. : a. m Tuesday nv'"is at I on April 13 1897.
I
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.. IKACT MAXiMcDonatd: In tl-,.> i-hfle event.! Mrs. St. Williams mnti! will als:;: "ili' (Mr Perry was a retired Petition are Leing circulated among residents! of

chulr-I Aituu' H'"tcii: h:'a the most now be offered on Wednesday : had legislative dElegation
..:i.a : railroad ticket agent and Geneva asking the Clay County -

.:.1? Keystone Heignts 3s a.'JC'Irfl.) 5' Aicx U.okas. the morning Also, there of each will week b- mass at 7 43 a I ',,.!. lived In Keystone; since 1933.: : 'S. Lake to introduce local legislation at the 1965: !session I

.. Club Hobby Show most # {: He wax n member of Solo- __ the City of Lake Geneva.
Fdday _
A the first incorporating
7:45 m. on
1'InI'% 'tl U ; : a. I 120 F. A A. -
of her corn- No.
m ling Williams !- mon Lodge will meet;
lilt St citizens
mono
:> i13lOJtL. of each Interested
1.\kSt
) and Morocco I dents of Uie Lake Geneva
.. home on Friday :M.. Consistory No.1. : :
at the
1lbe\
of the planning Confessions V. I next Wednesday night
At 0 tjie et1111 all In respectfully ask you. out
..i. 24.. Bach subfavorable Temple Shrine Haasler! I area
.i re- tgWwlttiye) for the new I heard before mass I t Jacksonville; the Order! of I home of Mrs James legislative delegation to 1.1e
i that NovenaSeivlcoi : I with &11Char1l.'Y
< tl i ."M she had -ity h aJ ll t. Fihtein Star: at Keystone State ; 1963 i.ave a
tr>:3t the mural: beingalntc I ( are held c-ir-h. Mon i Heights, the American As- E Johns. and |' local law passed Incotporallalthe

.<,t ... ':.1 the Hob- Cv Mrs. Pot Newman niilu at 7.30 in St. Vilflazn5DhI.I.l I saciatlon: of Retired Persons.sni ., t Representative Louis Huntey\! \ City of Lake Geneva"
: SCHOOL\ FOItrilKSCIIOOIFRS ,, _ _i Judge Tom Rivers
memorial for the
cieqkat fts
'-,,\' 1.:-. _I:r. Feb will b& a Melrose Lod
., .:t, E.i.: ,,:art to M\e lAte J. fidwln:: Lar- : 4 I F.&A.M. ItbiTff been invited to ,I said that the- area to be incorporated -

) .p'l cJnlnu1 : son. Mr.. Larson Wa3 to ha; e Parents of children axed;; I' : ',, ,, -Jj''; : Surviving is his widow, clr-,I would include all:
Interested "
at or 5 years will b? \ The petitions now being
.. "1 3ten the pi'inclpal speaker 1'A. of of the old town of Lake Geneva
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Key !
in kno,\ins tlutt1M:\ Jane Mrs Louise Perry I culated. state "We. the real-
o'ics. he dettc) lon 'ffnoiiy.
C'Jys originally platted
H-vnolds., dau.hU'rof: : :Mi' ondHis. : ; ;none Height; one daughter |I as
paint- He h\. B'jmlds *
:! W.lll.iin R. l 4.4
Mrs.
th" land and
Bryan
callec.r.t :- ttt prlndbaJ of t
: 214 I including
> Edwin Highway the
Ua. one son
School forproschoolers :
., I ':'h"-3, ;'* ..... ;:1! ns sn original I It' conducts n Bible each Thursday Perry Hollywood.; Fla. Livingston, tied for thlrJIplace : t .icw Postmasters- RetkementVillagel.

.s .('bjertskrtt: I i .,. )JI- c.it: :\r'htlte., Tal a' t.,. noon( from 3 till 4 p m. : three sinters, :Mrs. Iva Hans. I I ]. and that portion of

.- \ Phr1, III'" nCw omrl"te for : Lakevtew ard. Lakeland; Mrs. Eddy ; lU..lro PTA C ctlon 32 we-i to the T W
I her home on
at meeting .
cry L! '_. 'nJY "'hl 'h.m talc Dr:e. .- --- -- : Koala Fort Lauderdale; and I The third regular : I Baker reside ,ice. It l u tu

.. y L-m l .'" 4 t"l 2:30:: P. m. Jme%? has hid coI1' ...-tr:1in-: '11.! ... tunny C'uuipbell. lovely brunrtten 'C'f""fI" "'11... Mrs.( Then Revere. Lake City' of the PTA was held Monday '' mated that tht area include
U y Tlc ''nuPtinj; \ which wns evening, Jan. 25. in the sChOOJ'1 50i)
to residents
from 400
ing In tiu. field ani is dedicated lvil>." In the flrst unniiil contest. held laid. I'rid.iy; nlftht at and neven grandchildren.Funeral IICIIAR vi ERVIN
: cl ,p1d r-t t'tClay Eaectrio!: : Con- held .. auditorium. Harvey
.to to ht'rol'k with children tlip Ke}..tone IIilglitH. !oi<'houl. services were Pau' A proposed charter has si-
1 T1"1 I .-:- ncis:! ttssa: :': Was presided I nt 2 p.m. Sunday Jan. 31 In sident. presided. Rev. ready been prepared. pattern1 .

4 .''1\. \ .- 2 ;' fy, MWor M. I* Beasley. I with Justice Ervin Watts. Spiritual- Education I
FTRSON\LS I Wins TitleIn Jones, Memorial Chapel < after the new: Keystone'
-.'\ i.i 1 : I) 1 --l .'. >' I "-: vets: g\ven\ by varlou2 I We were happy to receive IIi Ginny Campbell Dr A. C. Holt pastor of the AddressesRotary Chairman. led the devotional Hell ht.s charter The levying!

1 '.' fl2 1.> ,... *, ; .-,'.s t ? rh; lrnten as fol- .'elIe Keystone Heights Church. of-I I The program was In charges)I II of ad valorem !taxes is prohibited
from ? I
'f i hare .1 1..>.1'. f:,y' ; ion"y. Invlta-: note last who.week with her slate I' First 'Miss KHS' Contest fil'k.t1nll.lason1: <' rites were Club I of Clyde Bogri.. acrlcultur l : i I b' the charter unleu!
N Gravson.
rll.Dlck''
Mi
i: .1 i policy. jonUlcally } : i lit with I leacner ana i'a tr ooys.
the graveside voted the peopleIt
In' bv
Ini Refreshi. was in a I 1 id auto accident :MUa l.nny Campbell 16- Belote'sOther Drult t0re. held on
a : I .'r'i'.1' .. holidiys ,'luded the Melroae-Keystone lodge in Florida Supreme Court Jus- who conducted a speaking'I is mot planned to l I'ave
;;.! .> ...\ D.u..... aniI. 8n"i. 111.! durin the Christmas Vi-ar-old daughter: of :'((1'8.1EllzR cont. >It"ntM uti addressedmembers
1 r ..' BUIReysi't' : They both expect( to net : beth Campbell was fieclnred Cathy WiUi: /m\. Phym MI(: charge. tire KIchftrd Ervin contest.: any police. force a* It .s felt
i .ic': w:1::! be served .:I. "i) i : Music. I I of the Keystone chosen were from
about the I : Linda Anthony. UoloresMunliee Speakers that present law enforcement'
out of the hospital )1 i a s Keystone: "a.
: Tre planting
!
::1 1:;: i i p. m.. wltt .':: : : middle of Feb., and will go tal Height High School from acroup : CuNkl J vVorfen. Nancy -1 Heights Rotary Club hurt Frl- the five agriculture class 'awere U adequate In the area and
Mx'landscaping
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.'.. :..e WUl1aJ1u iiWala An,..ic : sister In I III VaUde- State "' ," 'd Don Morgan th home of another of 21 local beauties on! : O'Connor, JWma( more honors at tne was Keystone
4 -. Mrs. Pv-i :?fmtrroutlonsMrs. St. Louis. Mrs. Orayson remarked Thursday evening. Jan. 23, in Jill!. Carroll fluk'r. Carol' Fair.I known facets of state govern nological Hevo'uilon." Cirson Heights Volunteer Fire

.Jli:1m: win I be( ; M -V* illenlus T'le- II how very much all the the school cafetorlum. Glnr.y Stephen.on. Ijlzel:!: Doyle. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Walter For- meat.Justice. Johntry. '"At ,mic Ene' y and I I Department had agreed to
Otiax-j--1 ; "
''of glassware! colleC' COrXn.t.! Julius Itan- i rnrds. letters and flowers had is a senior. Jackie Fox. Audrey Flakes. svthe spent last Saturday with Ervin said that FlorIda Agriculture Yanc> Dull"Agriculture. l. I continue Its service to the
Reynolds phone ,
.1.4. vrUiiam IcOinin \lrWUilofji done for their morale. Any- The group of Judges Inctnd-: Brenda 'VllkllJoSltIJIIt Sully 1 Mr. Forsythe'n mother Mrs. has th. vettingfor great Fr PrenenlQuest area
afid \\ : "
.qucs; Xtrs. A."- Brainerd but' -oni: Jjenni.l There will be one cal n? to s?nd them I Poi :\(Winifred! Crawford of Ann Hague Louise Fomythe. The Walter, progress, In the future and On The Tiblc.: Paul the.tL1 mf'nt' of Lake I

.jna FsUmps.\ do so by addressing The vTtui" ''n charge: live Palatka Mr. cl,"crlb' of buUdinjcofsLitln qrretiiiRs may Metros Dr. John T. Beckum program F'irs\th! \1 I Geneva Is ('der than Kf'1' tone
'' A. K. !*- :a sp'vUl irroUP I "
etc.1trs.: Dell Matchett. -
: ; ceramics hostests! : ? of MrsOOrS them. to-1003 Elise' of Gainesville., Lei Cake offMinesville of the KH3 y>nr bOok staff -Ui.l :'.11'.. A. R. Lilly of South I cabinet. system as having\ : and Heights dating back mon I,
handcrafts. 23. Mo. of which Mr C:1'J.rl8: l ''itz: is I of the the flexibility necessary to respond "Farmers Part in Recreation -
t'88lJ, Mrs. Charlie Dr.. St Louis. i Unlvers.ty o f I :: > Ifciytnna are guests than 50 years and has had a
Malmqren
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3 Ax. :\Ir.Ota"etra.. Ben Pitts and :Mrs. E. C. Cuendct reports FlorIda Student. Ben Jones the sponsor Crrtlt hmuch William Permodys this week. ,I to the change: end pro- i post office all during that

lus: Mrs. John Bird. or M a. Win Bird-! fcen Pitts li I that: her daughter. Beverly of Jacksonville, and Time of the plnn>tkr< gr l to the' Friends and neighbors of I, geese that to.. raphllv coming. i Judges for the contest- were time' This is the first time

il, 'art; and Mrs.. Oeorgi publicity:\ Clta1flfl3t.tayr \. who became il: In December. Union Staff writer Ihivld) I nnniml staff b\!ilneSn manager -: John R. HAil. better. Vnow as I! The speaker said that all ofFlorldn'a I Oscar Baldwin, Dr. James I I that an effort has been made

\;J fer. publicity.p Beasloy) gall he I is much Improved. Whitney of!' Jacksonville Jim Thl I Bobby Hilt are sorry to hear I I Oovernorn... while ,[ Meale. and Rev Jan Chance at IncorporationFREE

p \ er. you are Invltei Herb Nelson. prcsjntly: a patient Wanda Godwin, a Audrey FluVos was In'' fall which resulted In! time were' better than oiher I I Winners selected' ere. Paul
Justice! :lllard They chose of his I
of Interest hoped to r)>jve ON HEARLNO AIDS
Courtformerly. BOV
i I pick your phone en:! ; I will represent! the Chapter "Hearing .- Elope Thru
'i up released this Mrs. Betty tfejttley. n mem- tote m..nt. He SLit I
be Is KOVI"T
at I hoping to 17-yeur old senior as Hospital and improving
speak n
of fl01 il\a.\ to ninn
;
ernor
": any of the ladles men wekMr. !I Dntine was' l her of KHS faulty and awinner : that mo> office holders wan, in the Sub-DLitrlct Contest i Ke* arch
thl' !ICatIOI1. I second runner-up. slowly
'i 1 d above.I.9I.vO Th ;.rCjll'afJwl1)( \ consist ol and "11'.'. Eddie: Cardln-: I 11W4 homecoming queen.Ginny I of several br>\uty contests ,I The Garden Club of the to do the right thlnjf. and will\ I on April 23. I, Write or callGainesville

/ NOTES approtjriati' music the various i I as and children are living in, ; wall sponsored byltlcky's assisted" tint
(mi Jan. 23 a Numbe- house on the cornerof gaining pol l, a.nd! ""toge-pre The was Introducedby : Mrs. Gilbert!
'praters (tjlantlnj: : of tw:, the Cole Department Store. I at the home of Mrs. E. speaker I were: President. I Aid Co.
'.mrnt! w is held at th! Way and Peach nce. Edwin Hearing
i t1e'o. m) d tour of the bull Academy Wanda by Gold head Branch D Lonimecker. with Mrs. Myron TrevattMELROSE Reed: Vice-president.
,v Miine HM h's Countr;: the mayor's wife i Street. I Dr. Bill Delate W$a1.. C..I Tolles and Mrs Aide. as I 330 N. Main Galnll!.
Ing inter State Park; and DIAnne by Continued On Next Page
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C i h '"j': thj licly\ KOlfersI : has c',cnijd! the <<
I I" t'T: 9-holp event' 1tr3T' : : iCoH Key. thU past weekend. He is workIng -I Seml-nnall. included,: Jackie Bonner.-.ttiIon <>ntc tartta wile Dr. Austin. who. gave an I

....1! PUl's.lS: ? the winnc .. in "a bank in JacksonvilleMrs The ,
birds ,
In:
vii'l: tw dedicated; then re' Fred Dodd entertainedfr1nds I : Shop; Carol Wolfe The girl itppriit 4 red l In street next meet'ng' of the Club will 1 Frigidaire Maytag Zenith

fz..lsIantb! 11,11be\ served. at a !lurcheon :Mondayat sponsored. by Clay: KlectrleCoopemtlve : ensemble, ,nit i1e..enlng I be on Feb. 25 at 10:30: a m : Grant Kothhammer

/ARE TERMITES Thc paplic' Is invited an::I her home Guests included:: I ; Patty Shouifh- wear. This will be a special meetingfor Br Mrs. Motorola Zeigler Heaters

pvirv'ninif)) is Ih re.idinesiwrii ; !I :Mrs\ James Norman. :Mrs. fleas)'. sponsored by Bradley The pro.'eWtlUI Ito to the pr-paratlons for the Flower .. .. .

DESTROYING : tjie t-xception that unknown -.j Merle Packham.! Mrs. Charles '\ml Tyre Laundry: mad Barbara year. bonk fiind. &nJ It wa'" Show to be held in April I Fedders

I f.nilt1ttv! | : the weather I I Ic.wn Bryant. and Mrs. E. C Cuen- / Crandall. sponsored by the fIrst of wh"t 'o"ln be an Ernest Tomes returned from Winners at :Mclrose OupU-

YOUR HOME? *\ivrV I det. nnnual affnlrLAKE! _.__ Minnesota on Monday and cate Bridge Club for lat eek

I The ladies) of St. William' Misses! Ann BM1 and Keba I T.T. reports' .that they had weatherof Include the following Mri. o YEO IAN'S Sales! & Service
have been feeling' '"' ''T''YT. Allen Jr and Mrs.
I rune Altar Society vill suorJwr aca.c Thompson I munlty Church by A nenr- 23 and 24 degrees below M. Ray

the home of 1bit under the weather but unanimous. vote ot a mfctnK zero Even so. he left just In Slarnes. first place. Mrs.
< b.Tty: at -MKI.IJOSK I'll. 175-2371
IXSl'ECTION :Mri 11.{ .. M raan. Jr.. just they seem to think they are I : folliiwlnff morning. worship GENEVABy I time as they had t Inches of Paley Boyd and Mrs. C C.

on the mend now. 1 service lit Sund.iv.' np- snow-fall a day later Ernes' Maxson' second place. Mrs.
Lake Gen -
off ]{itlV\!\,;y :$n, on
--f ':'iil. Pit&I. { t'r. t 'Va { Mr. and Mrs. BUI: Morgan' proved the recommend< itlorn E. CPh. J&irsn. made the trip because hili'' Emory.: Cooper and Miss Sallie "Quality and Price"

and son visited Ste-nen I Committee for I wet] and h- ;Mansfield and Mrs Ro-
"'J .c...".. (0. The pl1tt1 vfW: l>c Monday.: I, or the' Building mother is not -

'i : r>sa.it Foster Memorial last Sunday. i the new church buiMInK} I 173-ifO, lit 41i4f1AAAAAA1..AAA4A4.AA4: says he is now In a nursing !
V9!!) H.I: Call !uI.:9fl.; : ., F. > 23. *\( 12:30: : noon. return"d
Aithur Ketch has bo announced, .
"111 fee served. DonatIons! I Plan-t will I home

\MI\{! Bt: > tp\ r person. R." ser.xtiofN from ths annual Southeastern soon for groutdbrcnking. cei- The new home of Mr and I

;. : m! made by callin \- Poultry Conven Ion which\ was I emonlesArohltort'a.. I II Mr and >bCj. Jft.nwJ E Mrs Lramon Ward is under KEYSTONE HEIGHTSMELROSEBUSINESS

KEYSTONEDriveIn ;Mrs. jta.oUl" Sutton. 473. held in Atlanta the last week II IIli:1 I sketches< and detailed Hauler took :3.S00/ mile trip construction and the Wards

4JU:: n? lure! to make your : January.Mr. plans of the new sanctuary -i last "e..k m *i-ri| of some' lire "camping out" In the '

Theatre !1"\" iVtjMoji arly.. for thre and! Mrs Henry Hnll I were shown to the c DIRECTORY
uiu \ut.( a limit of ten tables Jr. and 'on of Brunswick Oa. I $ by Raymond Shm'l never seen *n*. Tliy) beganthur I whlcli: Is right. next door i

Kri.. Sat. -I Feb. 5.:J ." ('f ""v.WI visited Henry's father last I I C". nnnnce rh.ilrman. and trip with\ 'n" Vudt\ to their : That way they can keep an

I)' \Vs ('n'nRTY weekend.: : Frank IlRen. buildIng committee son Rodney JjawforJ. W TalInhnsnee. I, eye on th'ngs' and watch 'hl"day : .

t S it'i.tif.F: M'C'E!' \STKHV: ST\U rillFTFIl: :I will 'Piey pent two to day progressRodney .
chairman. Total cost /i ANTKHTKS(( : Airro SEUVICK: I.NSURANTR: AflENT::
Send Me of::I' Bamford. who is attending .
sponsored %by :Memoes and officers I II Trnn. at -
hh
'The card f party be In the neighborhood of nights in )ltr11 t> I I

; 'li.' fC jsujtie HMsjhta 1W6inin -I Charter 279 honored the fam- ,! MOO.ooO.oTiiKit. the home of1": HAttsIer'anrphew ., college In Tallahassee ThMartins'. MURRHEE
No Flowers I fly of the lute James Ulman:. Cwmflfitler and I spent the weekend at home to Place TERRELL'SGulf
\ Club! on Fra 1. was ar. : .\1\ nlF.S \ Lt

i';i"I-M'P! '!( 11 rf.>ip. It was a : Perry whose burial serviceswere : At the Jan 25 F.X..lltiV.Rea..1 Mrs. R. J. J.iv<)Mrk. From ;:, celebrate his 21st birthday at HI..yn: bet_ Metros* Service ( Insurance Agency
31. ActIve This! is RodneY's first year
linik Hudson. Doris: Day) (".I""II1I.-\I\\'al"\ card par- heM Jan. there theyvit un to Au-Un.Minn I
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member of meeting of the Community I 'I Tallahassee! after attending: and K..v..toneANTIQUES :''Ii.:"' *' I'sril TIKF.H General Insurance
I tv. fl1Ijh' \ prize was decor.II. pallbearer and : On th, rH')rn trip theyvisited
.. '|u> rhnptcr were Jes." Lewi : Church Women. It was i I their! tivJIfhter inChattanoiia. !,I Palatka Junior College Prom IJOO L'p All. Siz.. .'IR" ('.'!SI'.ILTY" '"l ,-

that receipts from Bit From Lake. (Tenet* I LubHrathMiKatlrrtto" .Pro'e.OPEN ... KINK: .trTft-BOMV"
reported *
1'VU.IOn.!
Kr ink Jones. W nil.\ ET CETERA:
.. 1'01'1' 11n\ I
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-- -- --- -- "- -- -- !I' ,. W. Tvre. IIn(1'' ''. WT I the November RaTnnr.' totaling they had 8(10( () rnlleit of snow- I Mobile Home Park: I toy Sell Trade llrlhl. 30 47S-417 P MKry.ton :) _!:feyl.tone Height*. 473-47

n O nbey MJ'onlc: serv- St.OOO. haIl been turned I' covered '1Igt\W-YS, C'I1uIJi" to We are happy to say tha 'True Worth Withstand

I Mel- over to the tuiUllnR\ commit :Mrs. Howard Cross 's home "IUSIUY! ;
PLATi-c Is 1ELLlf\1 114E i'S "'PI''' conducted by satisfy them tot' thIs year at : The Twit Of Tlrn
.,. | nt the from a Starke hospital;: feelIn HENDERSON'SService
i \r"isnnlc" Lodge lean OPEN sr.NDAYS 1-5:>>

I o-rg Pt=RSOM WWAT flE ;%,.....'\\r in 1 Keystone: Height I teeThe Men's Club 1 held Its I laslakrn to 'I better but still not circulating Center O.C.Carnes Nursery
Calvin Hall\ "
THINKS OF '" ",,-\'r\' I first 'Mimnerless". meeting on '" _, ... u AI'i'UANTES' : Hiway 1OO. Ftnrahnm :W
Jan.: 25. It was! muitinerd I .ei.cnua acnerw' l$'spPi.i in i Mr andr... Jones from Standard, Oil Pmlacta Mile Stark.
A.\tn'I'T'.R'S: j j.r se of
be the unbulahc'" but .at not I Ik..pt Mr and j ROt .
will of I)
ol that" a dinner meeting New York Ir .nU r..R10: Nursery Stock nan --
Puckrtt president T V Service Center
imes I "e Bitda it A
there. v>
months. Ted Hhunan are spending Johnson" Oxitbimrd "
three Mrs. ruitTrer
held every <*1A of Plguvts & r
AARP Chapter called an Exe- I round nu illness. 8. 5. TinrM. S.J...
hut'-'f A
trip. PrnprVlorAuthorlsvd Service
The FlorWii Chain of Missionary : a wet:: in New Smyrna to Choose' from S'1orft"atp
> utlve committee board meet- Assembly will meet at he has had "YW>rvjt hi-4 vltKors. Beach. Motoml Phllct WhIsg. 1.n-kh-- 1I."nl .
.. of Feb. 4 at Ms home on I I .., n- Evergreens
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lit LamAr Hall 1 ad family atCtainesvuie. Stelrsj and Service _t-n l Tr&ik-n
I T:30: ( pm. on Feb" 11 antI. 12 I We are that "e failedto & Indpe PUnU.\ All) acontainers
andchairmen sorry
.vrrnrt' Blvd. Officer 5l1i,5' If All' ami .vrf h. tin All MakMJ FUEL oil, Krnns>rr: :
First. Methodnt (Thisrch.iqlnesvtlle. semi pUnt nvtlnw '
1. .' ami In the mention among our .
> ''' > > co- \ RI ItlO HTT-KFO: Intersection Hw21. ion
l thef .
n
,. D 0'' (: \ The meeting rm family of 3aClC5arItlJC.\ < permanent guests WI !14IYl'rr (:nLoR T\' K ton. > Ckmclltoui In bk wn
< urmen. were: Mrs. >y heights 47349O7itE.UTTY \
\7 rc" ;; : ", Mrs( the 13th will\ open nt 10;30n I B Th! mP n.. Arthur ) and Mrs. James WBUckmer Work a..nt..s Leg I.. *J your |MMl r ptnrH. \
s '11'C'e presIdent: ', _<
Browns, arid th* A. W i TV41S44UI 43444363 MirhuFXTATE: <
i .. : Ax1itrngren ,, m. with sneakers from World I \ of Wsutoma. Wls hejv4on.. ".1<<"' .. .
? Hiiwon. wcrelary.
iniiiii I ,
SHOP Iii C ..sPia._ "'" \fI
I snnilwich Browns all of tare.
% Mission FI.\\ I : : treasurer: Mrs. '1
t .,. luncheon will be nerved ivt< Mrs Steve iJivnOvniy pt.r' : time with us lt winter and
corresponding
I ; .,.- ,"nrv.In"t'jan.;* Ruth Malm- noon followed bv speaker. In tamed the rroUt Untreated\ In I arrived back: here' on New Air Conditioner SUPERIORBuTee :!iitI. -

entertalnmer-t commit- the afternoon TTn"s meetingswill liquid embrouvry Ur ItuCMsIncluded. Year's Day We hope they will 10r.; hove Cost .
'n the demonstrator Salon IInlr.traJly' hi-si-
\ b't heM In Trinity Episcopal -, (1'1I.11M.. decide to stay with us permanently < In tJlattoo< rxtrmlColnrrd '
'<" !Mrs Clarence Davis kit- itsnk rol..1 S lift Rat.... K. DR.
Church. i NfHU CorfC* tt_..... T-V .

?n Mrs. Bert ChrlstofferaiTi Itaberstroh. ChunJ'om.n'. circles: will I :3Cr,. Tom nh\tllno. Mw. PC. : Mr Alice Mt U buo at.frlprat_ nt IH\raun .\ FORM't Specializing OF IIrITtLTtRE In \' ---1" pi>rrli; rrmtnlheat
:Mrs Jack abcoodttionlni
Mabry.fr' E.ti| KlAnd. lrlrlth. _"lr. .
her daughter. -
hold their monthly meetings;: : these days nursing (
hostesses' ; Mrs." Ethel 'ey- Unntt aIrs.'I tarE corner lot. sear
hospitality: John Crov on Feb. 13 as follow: Mr 1 MeL F. T. Mrs. H L. Ownbey We WHEELER'SDiscount 'nntlnc y.tnc. BteatJtftiCutthmg \ p&sytreeIid. a a d T.e'uS.E.McKay
msn Pat
Mr ami :Mr* Robert F.IT'PIt,1rr OrollcK' circle at home of, Douglas Ral y .nd ttuas are sorry to hear that Vera U StoreMrlr :latW'ILIly Curly Han ......."-

l Mm William Reed Mrs. John Hlmble. ;Mrs rcrHmnUr RalyMUs suffering again from her old Op. .j... T. 5 pun. < it..y.
nn< Carroll\ lUk<>-' entryin fleteqs-n KeaIss,.
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did too RealtorKET3TONE
trouble She probably Citrus
h..e. And A""nJements: end circle at home of Ave. Rr CVvopHtyan ,
I' the Ocala f\t Stock Svow toR. 5SCSI Mrigoer .
Ik: nabenrtroh, legislativePurpose \ \ Mrs. Julius Hanimn: Mrs Pnvi much when taking care ol Hriicbt* 473-4&30;
e !tfVe HEIGHTS
last Friday wo s j O>
the meeting was ** circle at horn. of Mrs. those two lovely crand-daucn- AITO KKPAIK ,
A little "blame} hoh.fr, ,! the ego.-, of Grand Chanvplott" trophy) and ehuckl when Pliers. 473491SBeidler'

and a little sa\:: inns: bolterour security. .tii ...t up programs for the Arthur Bnilnerd. with t"O-- r"'l: plaque. and ftiMef IXikei"entry the ters.new Just father for a called in hta Furniture AVEW .\DtJli.an<-_ .

( Saving-een Nviih a rnodtvt; tart\ )ii The't tw.-ere months<1 dish luncheon Mrs Aim,*Watlenliu Fnwts. circle at home won tt" piare tn I it* first excitement- to report th Goetzman Bros.Garage 'lFST'fl.\ "TS

w ill please :> oa: und mir interest %\ tIl withMrs. class. CarrolU '.n fluster\ cry birth of the! twins he said AND VSRDrurmtur
II. Lmw
testingtt1 be hcM" at t:-:lfI i nf Mrs. A I' of and MrsW A ApliavncpROUGIIT .
the children Mr.( HolidayInn
and
grow and grow and jrn>\* A Freeman flS cohositefM -We Have twin daughters, .
p m .>n Thur l\y. Feb. It. Irh A. circle E. Bake" .. TTV, I>. Baker they are both girls!'" ALL. KIND OFREPAIR & SOLI
MrsWlllWuns' Restaurant
uluitlona
Ci-mmunltv Chnrrh : .,.
I family are lr" mp.thw: LaI'Olpent
I tn. Arnold I WORK
Following! at home of Mrs. Cecil onrienall KEYSTONEHouse ...,.,. PrtesdOPEi
,
) bulMlnK. weak with tJlO\1'| tittfr, and of Monday LoriS Modei-.t.Lv
I I Sunday and part BODY PArNTTNOJORTABU
Stat Bank Itin.-h >n a brief busKtesi. at 1:3O: p.m. Mrs. Itowe'scircle wilt win MOTOR 7 OATS WEEKLY
Keystone we hope tluit they in Jacksonville with her : WELDtNOLawn of
9:30 at Bargains
at ft m
meet -
memorial service! 1 3an ni.-,5_ atw1& -
and -
meeting -t Ja U ., .. ......Oat _'" II
win\ tie held home of Mrs. J A. Williams daughter < u 91 rw r*- .31 ('a.rts-.ItaJiaa. F......
TI
Member F. I). I. C. I Kectone' Heights! r.-r.J IT1I1'R11 Perry II I with :\1.... D Maples. as oohovtemi :Mrs flit)-niod f'.tar1W1SRe' ,r :Meleq'sha 3: BJork North nt UrMHt RF.KR
(.n"\II. with .21 Kcyvton* H.i< Nljthtlnl'al.11. \ hems' meet *t 8 PntMrs. I 1 Block North of Had LUrhtKKTSTONi
The Friendly Hank of Your Friendly% Community .\ITIIOA <* !s\>nv.nvMembership ; PtstkNsi.eb..k IIJ. at the Next to Drive-la Theatre KETSTOXK: HK1GHT9
of FranJ&'r1IOf1. : : HETCirrSBRADFORD
home
of the Corn- meet at 7'4i at the TCLEGRAPII.: :

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I MELROSE M < :iii: SIX I PAK BOTTLES



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I+ BIUE E'S m
, Simmons; Secretary. Mrs. RIBBON
: Ovid Oano; Treasurer Mrs. .
\ W. E. Moore.; ? ; PINICLS
At the conclusion of the
!
, business meeting a social hour *t1
was enjoyed fn the school LIMIT I
cafeteria Mrs. Stephenson firs 6 PAK r.
and her Homemaktng Class WITH $5.00 ,0.
"_jI'o" V'.d., :: ,-a.
served delicious refreshments.The OR MORE
Garden Club of the ORDER PLUSCOUPON
Lakes met last Thursday at BLUE RIBBON QUALITY WESTERN GRAIN FED MATURE BEEF &

the home of Mrs. Edward : .... BOTTLE DEPOSIT

Longneclcer.. Mrs.president RichardSchneberger ; con- I' I.N S iBLUE 73eer7; ? I I

ducted (the business meeting. 1_
There were 33 piesrnt Dr RIBBON _
Oliver L. Austin Jr. of Gainesville -
PRICES EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 4ti!
curator of the museum, SIX PAK'' REG SIZE:
THRU THE WEEKEND.

spoke Mr. on and birdi.Mrs. E.'nest Bartlett QUANTITY RIGHTS,RESERVED. STEA K LI 1rr, PEPSI! e

attended the Blackberry
I Growers meeting at Floral LB COLA cH4I
City recently. They also attended < .
a pruning of peach > $; WITH/ THIS COUPON' &
tree meeting at Interlachen. BLUE t :
demonstration: was given by /' $5.00 OR MORE ORDER
BUTTER 59 RIBBON
R. T. Clay. the Putnam coun fofrwtTurkey > 1 & BOTTLE DEPOSIT, /
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ty agent and his assistant! '
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Tr LIMIT./ PER FAMILY
John C. Eubanks.
Friends of Carol Rothhammer _0,:... .... .'\' W. COUPON( COOO FES.1.7: W3.LB .
'rail] be glad to hear that ,
QUICK FROZEN GRADE 'A' LARGE MEATY .-
she is on the Dean's List She .
also won a 1 100 scholarship Drumsticks -29c .'
from the Little Rock University : ,.r.rrw_r a...r- r.
BIUE
for the coming semester
QUICK FROZEN GRADE 'A ?Vr-

Carol started with college'flOO four-year In Sep- Breasts 5 239 '1 Merchants .
tember
a Fryer :s ?. I 'y I
scholarship from the Metros I'' I XJ
Woman's Club. In memory of FARMER CRAY SMOKED THICK 'T' I J.jJ.
W- j
Col. L. M. Pearsall. T-BONE, CUBE OR GNCCN: TAMPS

For those who \wish to send Sliced Bacon 2 99c .. BONELESS SHOULDERSTEAK I FREE EXTRA .

birthday greetings to Our .. . lERHA'.JiS GREEN I
Valentine the address is. 31 COOK QUIK Ctimffd FMH> <| F .n.n BEEF : STAMPS

Sunset Drive. North Little Cube Steaks 3 199 BUIE 1 WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASI.OC :
Rock. Ark. ?3118.A LB BoK .
1 BONELESS ROUND ROAST, 1
birthday party was held.: MORRELL PRIDE PURE PORK : RIBBON I SIRLOIN TIP/ ROAST. RUMP ROAST I

Feb.Ray 2 Becker at Hotel in honor Thomas of his by Roll Sausaae 3 100 / OR TENDER EYE ROAST g

birthday. About 60 guests LBS ..." L B "" IN ADDITION TO TH! STAMPS YOU RICtlVI WltM' YOUR PUHCHAU 35 $
from Melrose and vicinity *rrror-VOID AltlI 2-10-6S rrrrrr.TRLIOxrNA
were present.
The weekend of J In. 23. L.."' !w. .Y'lI::; --- IQctI
Col. Vogel Mrs. Harlot Rice.
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Mrs. R. P. Hollls and Mrs
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Martha MacKeachle drove to : ? ,
Canal Point to visit Col. and NOW AT..t1D : .tT Meochl. ):

Mrs. W, S. JL"van.Mr.. .. Hollls' : aaa :
sister. Mrs. Bedford Brown. N.rAr.__ J.S
returned with them and will : If.lRtlfANTS; GREEN STAMPS I
spend several weeks In Mel- DISCOUNT ..AIICAIHfl... .nna.n.oww.r.lWtN.pU, :
BAGFUL AT 1000 PAIR m1 ILBPLUMBOSK
rose.Master Lance Holden returned r+g of DURING THIS MIO-I :; CANNED HAM ;!
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home Saturday after WINTER SAVINGS :. ".. ."", ... ..
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spending the week with his Ca:4 and [VNTI STOCK-liP ..
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grandparents Mr. and Mrs. : -... _- Oil YOUR FAVORITE ..tillr 31
C. H. Holden. of palatka. 1 1 lIIIBY'S CANNED GOODS : _hl.

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence t: ', SAVE 1 UROUIUOOOUT .1r :.1:, .rya*"...l._ i:
BUDGf rLUSlMc
UCia.Ri4Taw O'l V ..
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Holden were dinner"guests'atthe --. ... ,.. : rRfR.xrNA" :
Ranch House In 8t, h A l )U\ '! ICIS! ; Sh. rlr MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
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Saturday. Mr : ?.muuwww VUW N W O* :
Augustine SAVE 25..40?{ & MORE '
Holden played French: HornIn > ; l.i L..I. DUt
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the Symphony Concert that WINTER STOCK-UP' : P' Wo NI. Syrup :
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stay home In Saturday the Bradford after a County week's ASPIRIN HUIM, --- y "" :!i. DJj: __..._, ,. )!,
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Hospital.Mr t .-.......-J, II
and Mrs. B1U: Roberson eNf. fTRA' '. I
have returned home after a A fw. S MERC14AtJTS GREW, STAMPS. i it
visit with his brother and sis: PIN EAI 30.1 CAM! SLICED OR CHUNKS 3 : *trtM4* uMwt M.M M M a* :
ter-In-law. Mr and Mrs. On- KING SIZE TUBE I . .I. . . I . .. .\ i 4,1, 1 rtI: : rj)L.J.rNIADaSN0Ul0IRS1
Roberson and family in .. : r LOTION SHAMPOO :
far SCORE .. .... .
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Melbourne' HAIR DRESSING Iii. CANS $ .
Mrs. David Hlnnant Of MMdlrburg -. CORNED BEEF HASH UG)9.,.EACH. 3 .FOR f .:::::::___w j 10.u.: :::--::'

visited her parents.Mr ;
and Mrs. Ko.ard Morris i i
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1 0 4 1 .1L .u
Saturday.Mr. 1 HELENE CURTIS I TOMATO JUICE 4M.CAMS"IoJlO.clt FOR +1 + ,"IN IrAMe
and Mrs. A. 0 Henryof . . . . 1 t t : rnA .
Solon. Ohio spent a week SPRAY NET .eC. CAN "I a, : MERCHAHTS GREETII STAMPS :
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and Mrs HALVES OR SLICES 4 flM Mit I
1 of XIr
as guests CLING PEACHES RIG 35 INCH 4 FOR r iiz: .
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Clarence J Ifelfrtch: and Lou o .Tl.i. ,CAMS. . .<. . . 2; t LI PROS IMPERIAL 1 I
I lf AAor Order : EZ D MARGARINE (Qtr<)
SNOWDRIFT or FYNE-BAKI limit-1 I with $5 OO or .,
Earnest Bartlett attendedthe "'" t Y ,M lMlt +> 39*
Ortho Vent' Shoe meeting (",.. FRUIT COCKTAIL U.. CAMS RG Its EACH 5 ION I'.------ .2-10-6'------.....'
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Hotel in Jacksonville ShorteningSOrrWIVI ,. : U_M.ra.Nr.\. 'Ji I:
I Oeorge' Alderman stationedIn _...__ !
the Alrutlna Islands U. :; JUICE. DRINK..c.5: : : :: : : .FOR' : rn T A :
home for a visit with t his wife '//k MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
Mrs, Stella Revels of Flora- i WN*CUWMIM.*<.PWMMAM 11* :
Dee ri'.r.S cr.xIJLAOY: : : FAIR' PKO u BAGGEO!
home and Mrs Myrtle VIENNA SaUSAGE FOR 4 r : ;
of Oslnesvllle were uts of !" . : : CAKE DONUTS :
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Mr and Mrs B. E.: Kelley last t'MM JMn.w. isut tUssr M .0.
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Thursday afternoonMrs. 9 c CR lAM l g g'""'
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Billy Singleton U home (1I CJ N1"1\1 .11.. ;ri"vsYri . FOR. I .
I after a brief stay in Alachua
I General Hospital .J AbLASs[$ 011 TOMATO IIom" ."m.J. CooJ byflE'iVf
Mr and Mrs. Tom SpUrlockare D B B' 1.. CAN' PIG 217"1, T".10.' 'Olt [s I
I and O eep rown eons. . -. . .
daughter-in-law.vlnltln\ their Mr son and (limit-2. ,? Roll Pigs with; 15 OO or Vo. Order : :Inllg: Fair

Mrs. Tom Spurlork Jr and .
daughter In Miami f. 693ROIEN. i tjJ ASSORTED REC 5,1 M
: RICH$ LEAN = AE0 3.'H/ :
Little Mis. Annette Chla- TISSUE2ROLLPKG I I ICfO STRAWBERRY

plnnl birthday Hugh celebrated Saw on January la\ in her Alachu 24 third: BEEF STEW I ORANGE JUICE I FROZEN VEGETABLES TREATS RIO PKO }OF?. 35'

General Hoapttal recovering: = ... :: CAlOtN FEASIUTTIR t" ft1g !\
from surgery 7..reAN = 4. I CAMS g ISAtlf ;; vli.Zl \lady\ Fair Family Style

Mr attended and Mrs the Clarence funeral Helfrich of!- c: HG 39"'" :-: [Y?$J 99 C w y .CR H,. STYLI KERM, CORMIROCCOLICUU CORM 6 rues 1 11).;. 1 20 O*. Uuif ror'

Akron.her father.Ohio.Chris Johnson In 4,4 : .; / : BREAD 2 33C

Mr. arid 3.lrs. Olynn Roth-

hammer and family spent .. .. ,. .... ,. .,, ,", ... ,. ,......... .... .' s
Saturday in OalnesvlUe: with _B"" "" ..: :; ;;!!: .IiIo .x : l. :;: ;;;:r: : ; :H.L !:.TRr::: ;::::: :: :: ::-.II; U.

her parents. Mr and Mrs.
Clyde' Wesley
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Church and Home in Tim.
1-1-ai Boning -The Ba>l LARGE BELL FRESH CRISP' / Mtx
The Word of God fIX Tim. (
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Schedule of regular' services: EACH LB f KGI'
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SUnday. Worship. 11am. an 4

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yyyvvyvVVYY'VVYV'VYVYVYVGRAHAM several days. I neth Williams. and family Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kay Carter. Ricky Hall. Mary the twelfth birthday of Donate expect to receive. Mr. Land 7:30 p. m.Rev.. B. T. Peavy. and Mrs. Curtis Edwards: and

1\11 i >. J, W. Starling and Mrs. Thurman Jones and Lucas and family and Fearsall. Donald Loper Runny McMahone Recent visitors reported that the County had Pastor. "Come. let us Worship daughters of Jacksonville

Mike. Mrs. W. E. Starling and baby of Lady Lake spent several David Jones were Saturday Hall and Albert Chllds, Jim- here with Mr. and Mrs. purchased a mimeograph: together". Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee

Sheila Mrs. Janet Stalling days last week with her night guests of Mr. and Mrs. my Davis played the cat and Watterson were Mr. and Mrs. machine for the school for Feraonals and daughters visited relatives:

and Sherrle and Mrs. Harley parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Claude Green. Terry Hayes, Father Aesop.In Weldon Case and Mrs. Myrtle which we are very grateful. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Conner In Winter Haven last weekendMr.

Ky Mrs. W. K.; Starlinrr Stalling visited Mr. and Mrs. Norman. I. Marion Grlffls of Starke was, the chorus were Catherine Watterson of Dana. N. C. It was atoo decided to pur- and Stephanie spent last week and Mrs. A. W. Oaylqrd:

1'lionc 485-2568 Clyde Odom of Branford. and Mrs. R. B. Crosby under- Sunday night supper guest of: Alderman Eugene Meng, Irving chase a meat slicer for the end in Jacksonville visiting were !In Branford last week-

Mr. and Mrs. William Tyre went minor surgery in the Mr. and Mrs. Avqry Slade Young Buddy Tyler. Marcia VYVVVVYYYVVVVVv yyyyVIBROOKER school cafeteria which is their children: and also attended end visiting relatives.

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&A and Mr. and Mrs. Douberleyof Medical Center last Thursday. and family. I Kay Slada Eston Mosher. presently at the school. The the circus. Mrs. E. O. Elder and sons,

Johnny Lefevers of Jacksonville Lake City recently.Mrs. Peggy! and Susan Lucas Irwin Rhoden. Boyd Baker, time was changed for PTA I Friends of J. W. Abel of Phil and Don visited Mr anM.s.

visited his brother Minnie Crenaha-w of ,yyyyyyyvv.vvy.vvvvyv Sharon and Diana Grlffls Faye and Steve Hall. from 8 to 7:30: beginning at Atlantic City. N. J. will be O. W. Stroud and other

and family, Mr and Mrs. Tcm Gainesville visited her daughter. Sweat, Cliff and Michael After Principal Richard the next meeting. sorry to know he Is ill and a relatives In Andalusia Ala.

Lefevers. last Thursday rlght.j[' Mrs. Thelma Dyal over MAXVILLEBy Slade enjoyed Sunday afternoon Jockel Introduced the new By Betty Rabon John Green of Perry had patient in the Atlantic City: from Friday( to Sunday.

REV. Watson was I the weekend.Mrs. skating at Macclenny. sixth grade teach r. Mrs. Dorothy AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.MOTIIIJK'H Sunday dinner with Mrs. *'earl HospitaL Mr. Abel has beena. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. EmUh

\ dlnnei guests of the Lefevers I Beatrice Hines visited David Jones stationed aboard Hlbbard. Mr. Casey explained Markey and Mrs. Amanda winter visitor here for the were in Nlcevllle last week
Mm. A. C. SLide '
family her nephew and niece, Mr. Phone 289-4191 a Navy destroyer, to the PTA about the ; : MARCH: Lewis. I past 12 years. I end visiting Mr. and Mrs,

Mr and Mrs. W. E. star- and Mrs. Richard Starling of I. spent the weekend here with I change with Mr. Jockel doing Friday night wa the time Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Bus Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ebllng Harley n t1.y.:!

Mr. Lake Butler Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lucas the administrative and book- that Brooker Mother Mrs. Jane Anderson of
ling and dau htcr. and 44.4.4..ADUtTIIU. Joined and children spent the week- and daughters spent last Sun-

} and Mrs. J. W. Starling and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dun- .\Y I'.AHTIKS..: and family. The ship arrivedat keeping work since Mrs. Linda those in many other cities In end In Mulberry with her uncle day In Lake City with Mr. Tampa spent last week herewith

children spent Sunday in can of Hague visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Brad- It's home base Mayport, Hildebrand, secretary had re- their March on Polio. The little and aunt Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. O. W. Ebling. her daughter and son-in-

Branford celebrating Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Russell last Wednesday for several signed.Mr. town of Brooker was canvassed Donnie Baughm&n. Earl Crawford who is a patient law Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tra-

Veta Odom's birthday. Other Starling. recently.Mr. shaw entertained with a birth- days. Casey encouragqd mor3 by Mrs. Ca-ol Lee Visitors of Mrs. Amanda In Bradord County Hospital wick.

relatives there were Mr. and and Mrs. Bonnie Evatt day supper at their home, Friends of J. C. Carter will interest on trw part ot i Jones, Mrs. Margie Lewis, MUj Lewis and Mrs. Pearl Markeyon is doing nicely after his \r and Mrs. '1. **. Arm.

Mrs. Calvin Warren, Mr. and of Okeechobee visited their here Sunday night honoring be Interested 1 to know he has ents In the school, pal'-I: I Shirley Green Airs.( Sue Par- Friday were Mrs. Lewis' recent surgery. strong weid glad to i.sve: their

Mrs. Gerald demons. Mr. and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. their son Davy on his fifth returned to his home here "parents need to : rich Mrs. Dolly Han-ell, and daughter, Mrs. Iva Mae Lewis! Mrs. E. K. Kitler, Mrs. Mon- daughter and son-in-law, Mr.

Mrs. Earl Odom and family, Ed Parrish last Sunday.Dr. birthday. from St. Vincent's Hospital and encourage the Mrs. Qultkaall. We hope everyone of Gainesville, and on Thursday roe Killer ana Mrs. Kathryn and Mrs. Russell Raulerson

Mr. and Mrs. Willie Odom. and Mrs. M. T. Cam- Enjoying the occasion wth; after spending several weeks the schools: disagree if that's gave generously to Mr. and 1\fn. Frank Wilson of Raiford visited Mrs. and baby from Orlando: this

and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Odomof panella visited their son. n- the Bradffhaw's were Mr. and there. necessary but at least take apart help such a worthy cause. Tlnney also of Gainesville. .1. M. Bradley Mrs. E. it!. weekend.

Branford law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bradahuw and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George Pratt ," Many thanks to the mothers Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mott Norton and Mrs. J. L. Bradleyon The W. P. Callans have purchased -

Mr. and Mrs. John Wells I Mrs. Jim Watson, of Mulberry and Mrs Randy Mlckler, all and family left by plane He also spoke of the advis- who helped to further this had as Sunday visitors tnelr Wednesday.Mr. property: next to the

of Jacksonville and Mr. and Tuesday morning for Porto ory committee plan set up and 11:. 1\!. Norton's
and Mrs. E. A. Winkler of last Sunday. cauio.HIKTIIOIY. lIOn, Mr. and Mrs. Konneth Mrs. Elbrt E. and have mov-
' Starke visited their son-in- John Surrency celebrated Mrs. D. J. Parrish and family. Rico where Mr. Pratt will be under the Florida. Minimum .SITFEK Mott and family from Jacksonville Thornton entertained at their ed their house trailer there

law and daughter. Mr. and I II his birthday Sunday with a After a delightful supper tttationed: with the navy. The Foundation Program. This advisory Mrs. Pearl Mark<,y was Mr. and Mrs. Bernard home Wednesday! night of List where they will reside.
All the chU- the family all enjoyed Mrth- Pratt's spent Sunday and' committee set-up recommended week with Mr and Mrs. !
Mrs. W. E. Starling. and birthday supper. given a surprise supper Wed. Jaccobson and daughter, a birthday: dinner Grady Bishop
. daughter last Friday ntirtt. dren were there to help him day refreshments and some Monday with relatives In Orange by school board nesday night at the Brooker Sherrll of Starke, and Mr. for>> their son Jimmy who was visited Mrs. Bishop's mother

Mr. and Mrs. Harley Starling celebrate.VWYYWTYTYYVWTWTTTV. home movies. Park. member Rodney Hall. would: Community Center by Mr. and Mrs. Pasco Mott of Gain- home on leave from the Jack- Mrs. Charity GIbson, in Keystone -

visited Mr. and Mrs. Willis Roger Waters entertained Patty Parrish and Mary I have an advisory committee and Mrs. Leslie Green and Mr. esville. sonville Naval Air station Sunday: afternoon.

Dyal In Staike Suaday. with a birthday party Saturday Kilgore were In: Georgia end' from each school. probably of and !Mrs. Stanley Green. Out Yours truly :and daughter Those helping; Jimmy celebrate E. it!. Norton. Mrs Trudy
the home of his three members. to act as lla-
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Davis night at Tennessee Saturday and Sun- of town guests Iicluded Mr. attended a birthday dinner In his 20th birthday were Norton, and O. L. Norton of
Mrs. Waters son between the school board
and children of St. AugustIne Bayless HiwayBy mother Dorothy day participating In the Del and Mrs. Fred Bennett of honor of Mrs. Alice Polk last. Elizabeth Thornton. Ginger Jacksonville were visiting relatives -

spent Sunday with Mrs. Mat- honoring Harley Thomas onhl.i ta Drugs basketball game and the individual school. Ths Port Nechcs, Texas, John Sunday at the home of her and Randall Davis of Starke in Waycross Ga. on
committe would have no official -
tie Davis. Also, Mr. and Mrs. 18th birthday. Both girls play on the team. Green of Perry. and Mr. and son-in-law and daughter, Mr. his grandparents Mr. and Saturday.Mr. .

T.... A. Davis and children of Mrs. 0. E. Crosby I The teenagers: enjoyed play- Mr. and Mrs. Mack Carter capacity except to advise Mrs. R. Dukes of Lake But (rl! :Mrs.! Cecil Wl'Unms, In Mrs. C. E. Beam of Starke and Mrs. B. Jacobsen

Gainesville spent the weekend AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4CIIL'RCII Ing games. and refreshmentsof of Starke visited Sunday with the school board. and also ler. Also present were her! High Springs. About 3$ and Eugene and Helen Beam and daughter were dinner
to
with Mrs. Davis. birthday cake and punch Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carter. help carry Information brothers and their wives. Earl friends and relatives. droppedin r or Wichita. Kan. guests of the J. L. Bradley:

David Sparks celer.ated hi NEWS were served to the guests after Visiting J. C. Carter Satur- I' back munities.: to the Individual:! l com Roy Dave and Leslie: her to say happy birthday and 'Mr. and Mrs. John H. Gill family Friday night.

second birthday with his family The Saturday night sing Harley opened his many day afternoon were Mr. and! 'tter Mrs. Amanda Lewis, to bring Mr. Polk some' love-' had as visitors last week Mrs

Mr. and Mrs. Albert will begin at 7:30: Instead of useful gifts. Mrs. Louvlo Carter and Me. I During the busln?1I3 meetIng. -! Mm. Oracle pukes.., Mm. Iva ly gifts. Mrs. William' and Gills' sister and niece Mrs CARD OF TI-r..' KS

Sparks. Mrs. Thelma Dyal, 7 p. m. Everyone Is invited to Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Srhmell and Mrs. Fred Carter all of Mrs. Milton Mosher. aeretarytreasurer. other members of the family Cela Davidson and! Lois June
Douglas, Mrs. Eva Harrell, v'e'ish
to
attend. who also express to our
and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dyal and, daughters of Jacksonvilleand Clay Hill. served a delicious dinner and of Chipley.
Don't Schoolat presided In the absence of th Mr.. Mattle Sowell and Mra. :kind neighbors and: thoughtful -
Sunday !
forget
and family of Brook r. Mr. and Mrs. Buforil Higgmbotham Mr. ond Mrs. Randolph supper. Mrs. Cecil Whitehead and
Bobby Parrtah along with Mr. friends
Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Tailor 10 a. m. and preaching at and grandchildrenwere Crosby visited In Starke Sun. I president and vice-president and Mrs. Leslie Green and Pasco Mott and W. T. Wig- daughters. Judy and Patty. thanks for our heartfelt
their
11. Training union 6 p. m.; Sunday dinner gue! ts of reported balance of $377 in visited Mr. and Mrs. W. many ex-
of Long Island. N. Y. are day with11': Crosby's of Gainesville visited Mr.Mott's P.
parents I the PTA treasury. She read a Leslie and Mr and Mrs. :Stanley ley pry'signs! of sympathy The
evening worship 7. the James Waters family In I MCKinney In
Jacksonville
Visiting their son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cros-
letter from Keystone Heights' Green enjoyed t the occasion mother Mrs. Mae Mott, teiutlful flowers were especiilljr -
PERSONALS Saturday.
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Lawtey.NOTICK by. Mr. Crosby recently underwent CD. returning the Hampton with Mrs. Markey. She Saturday afternoon. Sunday l apprecltcd.--The; family:
Mr. and Mrs. R-.vmond The Leroy Norman
Grit!is.Mr. surgery In a Gainesville received evening visitors of Mrs. Mott fa.-nlly
PTA check for $14.20 for a many pretty gifts. ot Mrs :Mlnttle Cow art,
and Mrs Ernest Ol.tagus Brown of Worthington; The Young married men Hospital but Is doing pair of waterproof pants allegedly We are sorry to report that were Mr. and Mrs. MorganLee had as visitors last *e.k Al;;
of Jacksonville visited Springs were guests of Mr. nnd the Young married Indies' .
nicely now.Bob Tilghman and Mr. and
when Mr. Ivory Dodge Is In a Starke
their mother Mrs. Kate Star- and Mrs. J. M. Dyer last Saturday class of Maxvllle Baptist MeLting received word' Jockel damaged wore them getting Hospital with a heart attack Mrs. B. T. Wlgley Jr. of I 1 I

ling, recently. church will hold n meeting Friday of ,the death of his suffered Gainesville.VT1YYVVVTVyyyyyyyyyy. T. '
dunked at the Hallowe'en: car- Saturday afternoon. MERSEREAU
David Lee Ratllff of Oalnec- We are glad to report thatC. Friday night at ,the home of brother-in-law, Harry Carney, nival. They recommended that IT A MEETS: PLUMBING

\llle visited hU grandparents, C. Crosby was able to return Rev. and Mrs. Williams In In Parkcrsburg W. Va. T
the "be used towardthe The Brooker Junior
High
Mr. and Mrs L. E. Hatllff, for | to his home Thursday Starke. Mrs Henry Catrer Is on money
purchase of a new pairto School I'TA ,
horn the Medical Center. He The regular singing will be the sick list and was treatedby met Thursday
---I la be used at various schoolsat night In the school lunchroomwith Kingsley Lake
doing
nicely. ON
held Friday night also at Ce- a Starke doctor Monday. Carnivals." CALL24HOURS
Hallowe'en !Mrs. Ethel Bass
Mrs. Marie Ellxson of Ocala Vice-
dar Creek Baptist Church. Little Greg MeLting, son ofMr.
FARMLOANS spent the weekend with her I Everyone Is Invited to attend. and Mrs. Bub McLung was I After a discussion of a President conducting the By Mr*. 1. L. Bradley'
money-making project for this meeting. A report concerningbooks
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. I'KHSONALS confined to his home last A DAY

and Mrs. Kenneth. Ellxson Mrs. Ruby Harper, Mrs. week with a respiratory Ill. sprint semester, the group for the library wan I'hone 0332823AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Mr. and Mrs. Jake Parrish Amy Bradley, David MlOnel. neR voted to have a minstrel show: given by the principal. Erwin DAY-CALI.961-5291
and spaghetti supper, tenta- Land Its a poxsiblllty that
and children of Winter Oar- 'and Terry Bradley all of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schmell

Timber i den were guests of her parents Jacksonville, visited Sunday nnd daughters of Laurel Bay tively In March or April. Mr. the School Superintendent, Church NewsSunday I MTE-CALL. 961.N591
Rev. and with Mr. John Jockel was named as director Mr. Casey of Starke, may attend School 9:45
Mrs. C. A. and Mrs. : a. m.
S. C. moved bnck to Jackson-
Dairy Farms show and serving on the next
for the meeting and
Crosby Monday.Mrs. North. Morning Worship. 11:00: a. m.
RanchesPartlinie I Crlbbs ville over tho weekend.! a committee with him will be give us a much more detailed Training Union. 8:15
Carolyn andbaby Miss Wanda Williams left : p. m. T. I. MERSEREAU
& Rodney Hall Mrs. Chester report on accumulating these PLUMBING
of Oalneavllte spent several last Wednesday to attend' a I T'VVVVYVYiYYVyyyyyYYYHAMPTON Evening. Worship. 7:30: p. m.
l'' General Farina I days with her parents, wedding ceremony In TonnesBPC. Sea rle, and Mr Mosher. books and the help we may Mid week prayer service. I

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jonei. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dave Cloveitlale Also under discussion were -
Long terms no penaltyon I new stage curtains for tin ; -.0- ._
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph drove 1flMtVllllnms! = = --_ = :..
pro-payment I Crosby of Maxvllle Mr. and to Jacksonville where she left auditorium. Mr. Casey recommended -o-

FEDERAL LAND I II Mrs. Bobby Crosby of Ocala. by bus for Tennessee. By Mr. D. E. Hill that action on this be Eohi&thi&

BANK ASSOCIATIONof I and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Craw- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tcllum Phone 4681160AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA pofltpor.od. at least until after AREA s

GAINESVILLE i ford of Gainesville were guestsof and family of Jacksonville the new building and Improvement -
Mr. and surveys are mads
Mrs. C. C. Crosbyover spent Sunday with Mrs. }F. B.Colenrmn _
within the next In the =- .
1316 S.W. 13th St. I the weekend.Mr. and Donnie. SEAKI.E ELECTEDPTA I It year suggested ---- -- '7 -- -.-; ...:==,,-,,-- -.::- -'-'- 9
same vein was -
and Mrs. (
Mills of
Kelly
In Uve Oak Donnle Coleman, son of PRESIDENT AUTO SALES & SERVICE AUTO( ;
Lake that maybe parents would: SALES( &SEKVICK; : ilEA(UTY SCHOOL
City Jolorrvdt'C-Stoolfl'
4Ort/ S. Ohio Ave. I were weekend Mrs. F. B. Coleman, Is under Chester Searle was named I classrooms ,
the -
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ken- make drapes for
the care of n doc-tor for a president of Hampton Ele- to help darken them Barkley Motors, Inc. Tropical Pontiac, Learn Complete Beauty ''Streit's
bruised knee received while Bicycle Shop
mentary PTA at the meetingat adequately for showing of

I playing at school. the school on Thursday, slides and filmstrips during S TRIUMPH: Inc. CultureGirI.Women.I.n HONDA MOTOJICTCLJ:

p.p Mrs. D. B. Grlffl.i was n Jan. 28. to serve throughoutthe classroom work. S FIAT TRUCK OMC\ CliJfl'EK' FREE Tuition Budgeted Cuahnan A/ Vep Seeders
Cut Those patient In the Kd' Fraser Memorial PLACEMENT
I calendar year 1965. Mr. Jockel told the group IIII.LMAN .5 SUNBEAM Special lJuratlO.7.andapp'OL'O
Hospital In Macrlcnny Mrs. Rodney Hall was elect- I of \ P 0 NT. A 0 Brush-Up Course
I I of film on the subject Motorcycles & > -
a : & Ac 8rvkSCHW1NN
__'_ Thursday to Saturday of last ed vice-president and Mrs. 220 NW. Sth Are. Gainesville Central HairslylingCollege
not accept -
Repair Bills why children should BICYCLESLocksmith :
\ I week. Milton Mosher was re-elected to We Specialise In J"3-3S 1Replicars
rides from strangers. & Safe Work
Newn Burney of Stnrke secretarytreasurer.Several BALE3 ft SERVICE /
and -
withNatural be rented cooperatively CISV.. ralrrrnttr, A...
items of businesswere Factory Trained Mechanic'
visited last TuemTny nlftit' throughout the countyfor Inc.
shown !
'I with Mr. ,and Mrs. Claude! dlscussad after election week to school children 1(0 CLEAN USED CARS 31* 8. 31. 1st Galn""Ulo flslnpv11I. 8..1
t a Imported Car SpecialistsALFAROMKO
I GasFor Green. of officers with T. L. Casey in the near future. The film 1201 N. M.UN1F.ICCtnF4fU'Z: : :: 376-41(3 ._

I Bobble Harris son of Mr. Bradford County superintendent was madjl by the St. Peters Gainesville 372-4371: _ _ ... _
find Mrs. Lonnlo Harris 'is of schools present for the burg police department l l.e CARPETSPaul M:: Ij ,"," ,
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confined to Baptist Memorial meeting. said, and is In good taste. Sale*-.PartSer._ r.Y:

"care free," "trouble free" heating, cookingand Hospital In Jacksonville with Third grade students presented done with puppets and at an JEEP 113: S.E, Second St. OalnesvUle House of Carpets :;;;;:J'l .....'..." ,;:

water heating there's nothing like Natural I an eye Injury received while\ tne program, "Belling Interest and level aimed at Tel. 372- *51 I _______._....________.___
family of 4 Wheel I Drlvt ,
at work. the Cat," opening the even elementary school children.The :: '"Gain..vlIe'! Only Carpet
(;:aq and it's economical, too. Its Instant, it'sbale ; Cheryl Wilkinson daughter,:: ing's meeting Under the direction PTA voted to provide AUTO( SALVAGE( Specialty Shop" I WHEN IT'S TIME TO MOV*

; n's i cnn: and your supply I ia always there. I of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson of Miss Doris Strong $8.80 toward rental of the S RAMRLERAmerica's ;\ I I ..UOrI"OWI.GF.F.: I J CuLt

I was confined to her homo county music\ teacher, andMrs. Finest Economy Oar 's Auto Salvage 3IOHKK.N: TIlliNG GAI.NESVILLR: !
GET OUR OUR: FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE film.Rev Sal aoJ Service I
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last week with the menslea. of
Nancy Harden third Paul L. Estes pastor We Buy: Wrecked Oar AtTOP Expert Installation i Mayflower Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Garrison grade teacher the play featured HamptolB..pllllt Church. 031 .No. Main.-..376S9MGalnetville I ,
PRICES: ("'.11 ("'ruIi.Ct, n8-
STARKE NATURAL GAS of Jacksonville visited Min- the old mouse, Marshall gave the devotional at the Ridgway Motor t Co. I 224

CITY HALL PHONE 961-2351 day afternoon with Mr. and Cloversettle: ten mice playedby beginning! of the meeting. All BUkr* A :ModrU CedP M'AINT, & GISS;

Mrs. Claude, Green. Gerald Meng, Sallye Meng. Following! the business session 1132 8. Main rU CONCRETE: l"nOIU'CTS.

I Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slnde' Margaret Johns Judy Loper refreshments were servedin Calnravllle J7J-84JJ Teletype. Seriuke-W. Will I Liddell Paint &

the cafeteria to approximately Find Any Part Fer Yee INSIST THAT ALL YOUR :
73: present. Mrs. Glass Co.
B & G Motors Co. Galnmrllle 37'-4SIS CONCRETE PRODUCTS
Hardcn's third grade room I 441 N Pat Stock Yard | KYASI/E PAINTS

"Yes, I am old enough TAKE IT won the $3 for the highest : I ARE TIlE BEST FRi/l i GLass Mirror ''SlWln gOoses

FROM SMITH'CORONA'SO I percentage of parents present 'ADllLACOLflSMOBtLE.tIr Conditioning. Ileatin :' Tab Enclo KbowcfDo
for a REALLY GOODtypewriter GALA[ XIE n PFKSOX\LS: Edwards BuildingSupply arr
QUICK BROWN FOXt"Typing James Broom" BALES & SERVICK r Wlndcna* Awntnc _
i Mr. and Mrs. ,
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Selection of Used Can I 8'-_
is a valuable basic. skill that and family of Vero *cach Fit e RUSS'S SHEET Inc. Carpet Wallpaper
I weekend here with Taken On Ca<*llw Trades 71* A. Main 372-4K4' fred ('o gluU.n.
anyone can learn. And it gives personal spent last I -
METAL I
THE TYPEWRITER WITH satisfaction and enjoyment." Smith- her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dan fool N.\ W. 13111. RC 441 INC. \rnfsrvniJK.. nAGARDEN 118 N.W Sixteenth St.

SPEED, STYLE AND SPIRIT Corona's famous I Johnson.Mr PHONE 37S-7S13 I! SUPPLIES, '__OATS1_ _=:S1YU.F._ _372-81"_ _

Touch Typing and \frs. Enos Skinner ___ ___ ____ ____ ___ ____ M tItIng __ ____ ___ ____ ___ ____ ____ ___ PI.ATLNO
by SMITH CORONA I and son of Cocoa were weekend ____ ____ ___ ____ ___ ____ ___ ____ ___ _____
:.. Course is yours, UD oln-\I.a"-c'o: I
It's the fattest non-electric visitors here with her -ie All Condltloailna; Johnson & Paris Inc.
( 'typewriter there ..::: with the purchase? of TSEO CARS Ocala Chrome
is built for heavy duty performance mother Mrs. Mamie :Mead. I I
any Smith-Corona Authorw-.1 Sales &: Sheet Metal Complete Line of
and breezy travelling. It has a special key. I portable $3.93 Mr and Mrs. Gus Bchrem : Plating, Inc.SEUPLNT .
\ action that makes typing easier; an exclusive of Princeton. N. J. visited last !%-- CopfXT Nickel\ : Chromium

jeweled ncapcment, a removable colored wt'l'ktth Mr and Mrs. F. P. Crane i 3330: UK. Hth Ternce nRTIUI.t.KS: I Cadmium. Metal' Finishing

plalen, a top deck that glides away Lott. Mrs Behrens Is MrLotts 0 lS"'I..J.F. Custom Buffing'

% handy Page Gage" & and inexpensiveChangeable sUter. They are presently Lincoln-Mercury !su.-8t", BIT.. S7nt Mom* 1lkldrf'I 5pp'r_ ANTIQUE: : CLEANINOSILVFR.
2k I? TypeT". Beautiful new colors, .s'-ie relatives In "
(even gold), and smart stIesto visiting 504 t:. rnlTrnlty At*. WRnt Fertilizer Spreaders : 8R.'''''. COPPERIn
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many type .GeeoI..... IIU t "fNTS Lakeland and plan to be here Automatic I Transmission 234 VW 8th AT*. !
Gainesville 3734351En
choose from. All steel vinyl-chid
carry- _''In / =::: again with the Letts on their _ _ _ _
IS34 :>E 3mi A' ., Ocala
ing case at no added charge. ."..__ llsh Ford-Volt*--- PHONE 37347Oalnesrrtll *
way north. Dial CU-C."
--- _.. jUARANTCEt Any Smith-Corona branch office Mrs. Margaret Hlnson mov- USED CARS City AutomaticTransmission # fta ,_ _ _

will. rapiaca without chart (.*c.pt "for labor and ed recently from her home in 514 South Main TYPEWRITERS:
_ _ _ in.ppmu. ) any part that' pro... dafactiv within, LADIES WEAR
3 years of purchasa data. No labor char Hampton to Starke. Mr.\ and:! Oalnf'nm. 373-3631 Inc.

.' 9O day of purchasa. warranty covar*'II:1w parts Mrs. Floyd Smith and daughters _ _ _( Hancock
When your favorite student Is ready for ,,' *.capt motor rubber .cart.. anaray call or ell.,... 1 TypewriterEXCHANGE
after 90 dayt. Doat not covar damaca from acci- are moving this week tothfC' DODGE DIRT
a typewriter. be.... you get her a _ _"" __'._._. _ ...nt or. mituta. and .tands anly to originalownar. .' house. vacated by Mrs. DODGE TRUCKS Repair .* Exekaaf Cherry'sOaJnea :
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All MakM and Model: Smith-Corona
-Authorized
Smith-Corona9.; It carries 'the assurance Hinson. at the east end of Sales-Paeta-Servic* f
TRUCKS .* CARS U>'. Moot Fashionable i 1)pwr
that you're giving the finest; the newest Only $124.50 Plus Tax town. CUry 1 Ir toe TatalU
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Mr and Mrs. M L. Vatter-" Prp+ndabto UseUPooleGable t.- Dymnometer PreVTvte4 Address For Ladles
advances in design and construction .1 DRESSES SUtTS- Uarhinf Ci! ;; frfd o.nsSUES
lon andII' and Mrs.!
to perform better and last longer Prove nU.\IWOJUl crick Watterson and Mrs. Dot Motors WORK GIARA.STEEDM.tTERNITY: : WEARACCESSORIES' -SERV1CB. REXTAiJfA
>E TIME dfcwa ..
BUDGET PLAN ** r re.
it to yourself.! Try a Smith-Corona. TELEGRAPH ,
Falling of Starke spent' Sun
COUNTY 11 S. E. 1st AT*. GeJneivUle Hot S. Main .orrrmrnU with us flnt.

dayin Dayton Beach with PHONE 373-4343 &&1..0... 373-S1M l 105 W. Utlht'TSltJ' Oalnerir-! 411 N MsLn: St. O.lftT': ::'
Mr. and :Mrs. Don :McMahon- 1 I Phone :371-l:
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