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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Luther Hilliard, of Heilbronn Springs section views Uohert-I; ; Milliard;; employee, halts tractor in face llarald'orman' ) !'Iune1' !' fUKxlol, section or collard. field inches of ruin over the areiti:111 : Iblllty or eatabllHlium, n VV.u,
: '''wen air .tci'KInu rcltrIltnn (![ salted i financed bv !I'd.II>1 i
I with concern as water backed-up from Wateroak Creek in- of flood waters "spreading, over acreage planted in winter \\hitearcabetweenrows is !solid' ice from Tuerlday'supdates : coiulltlonii Unit have eMU local I funds I.itludrd, in I'

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VOL.UMK EKJHTT-FIVH HTARKK. f'UUUU.TltnC n.\\'. J1I& !1911& _'''nnc TWKNTVNINKUntil : evrrytltliiit, they hud atUrittlfortl !&R-12S' Johitvnn leilri" the Infoi,
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Tonight 4 I Because Of ReportStudent | ruin, huh wlinU. Hocumixtnlnt ,North 01 Lawtcy, .H.ulhorllv CI' lie I NUWMIIIIIVi !in',<<

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II Ourlitg the Mi-rk. J.n. 8-n., him "rnllril (1.11 i .oiiti' 'uctoii. bill. ( Miiiwor, lClI.1 ..
Mayor SlItokiu4"i' Ihi.
Postpones r county got IIn nventui. ufII
TH litrhca of mill, aalll\p) on u in'W hildur, ', niul up- !five per trot, of! I II j'' ,
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pl'I"Idl" bi'twi-xu IlirtclfoiU berries HiHluceit I 1'1'i II i '
out realty end' bridal', lixMllnii. I
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unit" Union CuuiUliMi, oil HtalrRlwd County urn ui.n\u. "
(tt'UI ciops\ In noun sreiin.' and' .
Brawl Sentences } .. i i'' Banned BHSi (Illliig piimli. and' .ditclu with ': IIS: northwpnt t of |j Iwtrl VVateronk, Creek
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j I Carl l rrvnlt. l'II..lrnlluof. A main (ibjri'llvi- .<"r.t "
more alrr th.hM) bcvnMrn
i,1/i the flrntlfni'd f.'millty11111111..- tart would ba a thoiun< h ,
In lung time
A mans of conflicting testimony left :Mayor Ran I 1,!' Following Saturday* ruvcrnment: rt'pnrt| on ant n k Miint... nl, the' rain alutatInchra 1!, dun' Utm to .be that..H'c'rlot,1 hlclt. will l until con.tliun inn nrl'" out 1 e 1 f t h a WutiM. l > ,
f'I so water vr
dal Chitty unable to pass sentence on nine defendants t ing and health Uradforti Illuh Principal Tom lney 1 fell ilurliiit a 34- 19 .to a m on Inn, 21lit \ultra New" lily' r dun I
including Starke Police Lt. Billy Overstreet' Fireman 'I nnnouncetl in assembly Monday that "amoklnif "rKmoklnn hour {iierlixl (from .N a m Hutunlay ,
: an whlrh unto the low bl.1VIII tx Unit. ** nf. ati'im mill i i > '
Adro Brown charged! with participating in a wild ....... I aplnrxtut"would IH banntil on campus' 1 to B m HumUv xrrrytmt. Dralnitge m not thi, "I"'v .
Hunta "PV tire.
New Year's Eve brawl. i_ i I Catcv" aalril. he decldud to .._. .- town was fhraMtrxt : Tills bridge, oil what someItmea lecllfe. haxurrr,", M.o\ In" \In.. <
t Ipt.t( tliuliiii the wrrkleHlnit .
In a three-hour special 1 11 i were the three Lotto (Robert .,i I take the action a.ainat *tudent rliarvltri.' 'The pl'inctpul tuM l lBIIH an even six Inrliea nl in.
hearing- session !In City Hal]1 t and Walter are brothers andorl "" "'' smoking. on campus aftrr I aludcnla. In grailra plop rain New Itlver tower "nt"tt..urril ke d" wn out ..f urr (far .iwverl for tla I ,imrpiMe. ot inn .
watching 011 TV the U. H. that I mouth after A tinnvt "water for lrrlni, .ti<,,n, I imu'
twelve MutKlar .
Monday night the through S M liu-lim
may Hank is their cousin)J. and on ,. and Illghlund/
heard testimony from seven' the report )left him with nu I' school offlral with. a amoklng had' A 40 Indira, Irurk n-imhrvl ihiuiiith Its oVwtuulrn In tlnivn of dnnl'''' 'J'II n. i iUlnttig
the other were Overstreet I tlmlKH. It bra aunvx '
alternative but to ban sinok- i "wator' at.mtuiileveh
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of the nine d e fendanta. !Including permit klgn M by thrlr'l p"r.nta.I Th. t twister. struck an err ,
: Harris, Adro and 11np t \\)0.--\-. imtcheil. \ >), and la bolu .
Lit. overstreet andFIreman Buddy ? .r )1 on campus completely. Munda,'. departure fnwix thai along Pulley llnad about n a,, In Htre-ains and tilt hIt
Brown and their wives. u..1 bv sonio dating ,dtlverf the wlltr.tI',1, i ipruj
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Brown ( wR [ Prior to Monday's i practice: approved"
and six wit 1IOIIIYnlNt a m. MuiMlay, accompanied, by u,
nesses. At the conclusion of: I 'The varloua mltnessea at 'nnunrement DH3 high ichortl i that went back "10 or 15 polo" dencrlbral like that of I on .M. ".' your. own rink" bail ..rt w....Ilel| b>* lip'rn''? i iJulnlly
Stalling! who Included the'i to r : but I I.* In volt bid, condition. th. County ,
students allowed I br C.'in
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the drawn-out hearing the''I 2 ". .--..-.... 4 r ,-:;'" 'i were years" according to Casey ". freight train" or "50 alrpMnes. j
cook and waitress at the Restaurant 'r'' smoke on tampus In an allotted The Itoitit llcunl' hM alarrallml mlwali. and trtt II i ,.irtrm. |

mayor matter said under he advisement would take un the'f as well as Mr. Sadie Who'll Go His Bail? aiea It they presented the Meeting last Pi May report before was| IIow."..,. Ilnnia Including' wsa such minor IlI'maa. for hldi. nil two and, Hull CniM' ..cvatlni UUitri''ctWiaril

Elder and Mrs. Hank Lott. Surgeon' General'- .report on government f i HI r ell 8 today [ TV antenna blown ,
p. m. Thursday a downat
announced., the Civ to 14ntndlTable
and., tM I IV H 1011 In Waltl.
agreed/ that the melee started the harmful health Herts of .
when he will tftonounce sentence I Buddy liinhop., prominent local rillien. hAIl been the horn of ..&., Wilkinson
i voted to ifqural a> bard I
after''midnight. First contact.. between Mil :200 arM the Hiad*
oit aU nine was made between! Lt. Over-1 I placed under citl/en arrest with bond MI't t at 250.. on smoking at the school, I ICa and' bits of tin rttufingiand "' lord County lln.. artI "&w..n Denmark, Nnmcc!

I must reconcile. '' certain jl street: and Walter Lott. they I I If thin man in. a friend of your, how much will ..y old, however that lie ttw. llmba al other place. /Ihll smith. limits IIf W.l.lo, !
Inconsistencies" in the' testimony City County In the nell hbnrhnr'" To Florida Bank
did not Ivarn of the Hound
agreed but It could not bet [you pay to hail him out of jail? and Hit 3/.
the mayor told the defendants TableV ..t'UonJntn Hundaytaorntna Unofficial! mercury r..dLrIIl"weret
The Police has" reported that the

r. 'cause for, and TeconclllaUon:there Is\ "much In t{started determined<< tM' tirht definitely As one wit-who I other criminal i 1111 Department'Mill at large'hut they Hav. toratedhlit ;:Face ,$5,400 "- d.ekW to alUr.ban be clgaretu, had already from'\ it...day variously morning ro>t*>from rte' wader 10 trt/95 Deer Killed --t f Director RoartI

many Instances." I new hated -All ;you could hideout and he will be apprehended by 6 p.m. Suit the i' 31: d........ while TUendaymorning ,

"It le.i difficult to beUeve [ sec was coat tall flying." Monday. Jan. 20. lie wart lutU een driving a black ;Damage : campu i brouahl rvadina lit In lllarulinK ,, M. O Denmark mom i ,,<
.kl this >k
Th urtrtclpal wM ;
.dults.; Appar )'. Overstreet Thi kt dangeroua. and be arm f I: the Iu.- 20'.. th-nmark Piirnllurn f", ai,< i <
as you aU certainly art, thought that Lott had automobile. man ( may A 19.400 damage suit' against J that& h* la happy, that. elements |, TUe eaUnMtiMl. kill fur tamp, I
should. ,became Involved In 1 .Walter 'ed. the City of sacks and In the community support hla I llradford Cuunly'a earlratrawberriea .11..1.. WlMlllfx itorwKamMt'Arfa Ion*.tune rMtidrnt. .. <>r !in 'I
Insulted Mr Adro Brown
such a, thing as this. the the Bradford County CornmUslon were ".'lp 'd out wa. .I""d) l to the H ui '
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I Ann The deadline for bond IN between p.m. and 9 p.m.. action, tlurlng. lh.. huntingon .. arr
IDorothy ,
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mayor told them. Into ) as came Jan. 20. In order for release of above criminal, the Moflqultn Control Dutrlcl In the efflitial, govvrnmentrepiirt. clean". and grower will. have Just vUwnl. laj: "V 1 il...r, /Oulurkvy UlriM-lfir nf lh" Ft"iul.i t1"< k
The thaw the mayor spokeof i I I' the restaurant, but Lott was filed hare. last. ...k.1 i i'claiming I I to wall until' / a nw. stop malur *l storks al, 'the annual' m '
must bore $250. ,I'leaac call the U, M. Burgeon (1 denied he made .March of PI men yourj
I' any deroea- I' .. ... of sliM'khoM'ra. ti't'l' Tuidv
In four ins
was a fracas at Stalling that a fur. started t<> si I.* w .11. .. .. IIUtLI ,
sufflrtonli | h lw k HUitMsT
said Uire
tory remark to her. Mr pled ell to 961-9000; ( between thcr hour I I I rral was Jan. .Ifta .rlarMd l i n,
Restaurant I
In the early hours to burn garbage at the tltyowrlxd <>| I barring mews fraearal Alam .
i' brldNlcfhtYlny/ amount te i {I moot, Ar ha.I an utlm.lahell l|
of the new rear, and which | Brown herself was seated at a table lie at the I'olirv Department at 6 p.m.Innda: to garbnae dump on the !1! lung caruvr and olh"r duns srr' ... of vollatd atid | ot I 113 il...r, ami aN lurky.. i th* floarrt" ...r. C K: H-r
and
broke out Main later the: same by another table Overstreet wasat learn 'the identity of the unnamed criminal. Your Old Lawuy.. HM.I|. dralroyvd ea to warrant Ukln/ r.mdlalBXtlOfl. oUwr 1"1a' wa town but yard, ami wi./lrrl' _.u>i will i 'wall I* t. Pxl.It. Jr W rMuwvll. '

night at the home of Hank Harris and hla wife with and H.Mr H.. pledge I will make their bond. adjoining proiivrty n .Mt will& b. marketabhi. wltvn '(remain n|"n Ihrwugh "'.h, :at.I: I I ItrNal: J WlUMll., 0. < I IHaruM
LoU in Saratoga Heights.. The nrad/orrl Criunly Com 1 .h.1 out I C w..n. )
Daisy Hester I I I ...K>'.tI|pl In ma"a,."....& ants. .
Charred with disturbing the mUslon Mnaquito Control' DU Th.. l Lha llullrr,. will lwrprn H I. Peek, Jr .pri-nulfti'. >'
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peace and fighting In the 1 The lieutenant&. testified that At BHS Auditorium ,! trlct dodo having set any I th" hank 11h''" atmiMipttrl ,.. <
; fur a spring. g>it M..f wrrrn
fracas he heard Walter Lott all (Swap Sought On Status Of Road /nh. atiM-MhoM-i. M"I> (
are Robert Walter& and something to fire to burn garbage In tli* .lit* I born M.r> h 111; 'through+ 1" *
Mn.
Hank Lott. WUUam Buddy( ) Brown ashe I talent that Look (p4ac: about April II.Alvarez. I Ih.1 th. Wok had t li.4 an ."<

Brown and his wife. Vivian. entered the eatablhhmentl Second Oral Polio Vaccine : thl tlm .last year, rtlUttl. *..?. liihlui' .< "'

UL. Overstreet. and Fireman but couldnl hear the word.j'j'1 |I Th Counlr CommlMkm'g""" 'I To Brooker Hydrocarbons Plant Store lane of 'In* rtrlv"-m I .'

Adro Brown. In addition H. According to Oventreet. Lott answer flU>4 thla week bY parking .lot, ami, olhxi. I +, ,n
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II. Harris Is charged with : then walked over to the woman : Set Jan. 19 County AltortM If. V. I' Crlehmtes 70th lira" In Itw tww U ll.liii< I'.' "I

reckless display of a fire arm and put hla hands behind Feeding Sunday, 1 I Knlahl. pfd that the Mosquito The llradford Countr Com* at, rtrwik-r. slut 1 tutu north lot I! .*...wiMi! all Mpwiali"

at Stalling Restaurant and her neck as If to grab her.At Control Clroup did .not own mission. Plitrlda" /HidrucartiiMMrepreaenlallvta. III.* Int.-rwdlun of all. 2111) i Year With Sale Al ,UM, dlrawtrr. m.ra:<

Dorothy Ann Brown. Adro that point. Ov*rstre taid. '' drive the preventive. medicine for' nor ovrat" th* dump .. the j I / and UM .kwalUgUUllv ,. rwar lit* gas planl, arcnunt- '' "lor" Imh\lOel1aC' aft"rmNluq .
Bradford County's a-
Brown's wife, la charged- with he told Lott. That'* a' law suit claims and tiaa tins .. .* delegation. will Ing fur I t collar,, and t U..> "purl" Alrarat' rtlnr in .I..bt.IHttI, Of .kerthubk'' '
disturbing the peace. man'< wife, she's not botherIng gainst polto will continue this the moat serious type. of pnllo noUilng xrpt die tienchartfor trawl to Lak City Tuewtar. ':''II'( U I ti,tm flu. jurxtliin of 'Ii II.* 10th bUttuUf *lth an anMivf -1 ,ufflcvr of' the bank x', '

All the defendants. pleadednet you." Lott took offense. month with the second: slated oral The tff
gtilltv to all charge except Oven>Ueet testified, and walk polio JarTt1 Bndrord IU'"" school AudiThe garbage with fill dirt .ivmnl for std.. In getunaaveondary !!".!. tlrWIg aixl Ih. County woof. Jr |>rMHl''ril Ri'i;. .' -> ;tl u '

William I Buddy! Brown ',i ed over to hla table and shoved for lIunda! )'. rlum and IUK Hchool" In The lawsuit brouxht *Uiu mil sltvttrtTh 1 tt" uf,T." itbll>>w l In 'k.! 'Drr%;cI."Ir. C K: ,M.,

who pleaded/ guilty to flahting him starting the fight; tn aecond: vaccine feeding whlrh will 1sTliM la Reno from 12 p. m. unul t p rrtnl -.. Il4ta<* ".""I I near the Brook r pUnt rh..I\4I. pffnoMnl "*..p wouliIwi UOI tit. t' uhbrtt>. ;Iltrl! wait llr. (rt 'itdi : /. '

and disturbing the peace, and I LoU contradicted& Overstreet's and K lt>rr p.nA.n, *ho own rd \tt pnmarlTiM ur"Ir a'wHIier, awl.*"*) .Cabluhn'] II *.a f fmml"'dbv Hilly O Kvvo.: [ oar: '
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Robert toll, who was not present : teaumony, however, m Ui.. W acre ned to the dl&lll".1 I I I del....gsUun errs r.IJII" .aI f hl hwy now Urmni. pel.mary J XI Alveiem' g *.I i<.lfallii. I l Ie r aiul. J, K: \ .tn':

at the trial. having returned claiming he only said floppy Merchants Set "To be fully protected a. aU! .*4 that an I..MIa ed u "..sp" anotl. >rr 'ukh br ih* Mt.i. it. *.t Ii'pThUi < of UM. per vent owner W,, H .I""lln'. .,::'1.. ..

to his home In Flint. i New Year everybody but the 1.nI'HtG.\ a person mu... i flr. or a ten sat 'for burntnl I(I I' of twunary. mod for tgwl' nfHt" xarhIr. Inwvrit Hi-,. riraham.,. ,r .

Mlrh. lieutenant must nave thouaht of oral mll..... UM Itrnwker. *. lo .. .Unr slates xndt ._-- - -- --...
March Of Dimes lake all thr typra tf>irv_. destroyed' a hlrken ,, rtear s ww i ''
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From' facts gleaned from took he Insulted'' Mr. Brown and i, vaccine." Or Jaoiea. Pat/ay fare pu.U and Con ,- t,.IISent.! Ttt m..4 urwfar th.I'
the testimony, much of It con.fllcUng. ., 'offense. He denied U>rir prop rty The suit kin lo b* changed from rOTMtary t rw.rb UMTtM Cll'llrt' t
Fri.
there were two factions he struck the flnt blow and I Coffee Day said.Th i charged, Uv City a. owner 0'f fOx to p lma>y b I a 4. 4. muM Iru? rirlalx. r rfYw

Involved. in the fraCM aid Umt Overstreet suited I r IliulnnM ProfrlonalWoman's prvperty, and In* MJriito < portion, of hleh..' thai.. atarU ...... b ..Iw..ct-"
on the rutht.Mr A Caff Day to rala. d nthat. .> Club will sponao t ... '
Principals the one side ,, < Control group as the vp- arv J i lolls. of nit I Ie boI. n i
*. Brown Uatlfied. however for fhr kraal March ofMma the vaerln feeding which costa llamp. .."n ..... Hit. 111..alrlt'' ''tIM

that Lott aakt a* he entered .,* trt* lo fUadfwrtl r..*o>nU.alUnurh Tti. Mmquilo Omtfnl group. Adkins Named n' ft" slot. of //LmWon'"
with
will M bM FrMsy
NOTICE } the l'Ptltaur.nt.A.Jn"t a donation of 2* 1 draw havtovr/ any tuntitr' Ut an4 I 11 mtkt. of aft 7JItttd .

: that a neat chick- Then followed \tlv* atd ot beat .b..<.tMln. .*Mn**>. crnU' u a krd U* cover ro t I ne any tonlrol" aft. |.-taUMiOve [3rd Judge /In < .IUmp. .ort. rut--off from /

The Community State I ahe aald. the happy was win dnfMt all MM mmwry fIf mrdkbM,, cllr-ownot 4ump, and /lUaapton rw..'h U> UN/ MlCwwnlr 1 a

flank new year remark. and she aniwered ,pat on enfft* at tlMlr etabManmlM > Urrnbrt ot Ox PW group I *t..... thai toes have rMr r 8th CircuitJ CommiMbMMr J.*

Atm.AtW well "man' IHe re.istraUo i aven And the fight between 1\ to lit* laiwl.Aayon .. C Atara Jr /1.ta.rettM' .. .. .. '
falter. and silent-n tram group,. pr.-.l &. "' .11 IfMdk r
The Florida Dad Walter Lou and OvenUeetbegan .lw buy roll** atAadrrr' U e nuln prof M>.wi tn A saKM M .... a.-n. MaalAis .c--/ sail 1-- Jrata. dtae .>gallon. .. hn**** to _!F napNUt .
At Starfcewin I the other two Lo U.Harrta. .Mark wiD lMliil4r lM C1NfttF CfWtfDIN+l lT.rnman A....ara Ccy YasrRraorA. / d &ta- .***p"Itartrr T\ooI..I'.
I Ktore. Car+
n* Oo <4Monday. and Adr 8/vwn got .>rug sri r _br. KaUuaIrd .Mb Car11'rn.t/.nd CMfOtMftrU trsr a.. .. ............. ra t'haMt. etrwulr 1 s rlWtk. ,
Into the fray In .. Kor. .. or f1ArMthlocals tar .... .M eta J. .
t1wA .
Jan. 20R an allrmpt the 1'lt+ III vaccin LuriIO OtaOrsswn Nuby- *. .!>! alrttf ar.nmWt. '"f n. ,

bt. F. I I...'a ftirlhdaj to .break. 1ap.. Apparently, j wM fc. axtu iiyme Ar'rl.l. 'mawtoU Uk. turn John* A J.rk
however they only succeeded fhr ttr that adwNdaetal." 1M ..... to tattler Wlfl O M.rv.'IL Hfcn4n ...,NIt ,
wlouay np T> HI' awl with
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making It .Mtt r. MM. rwi>... and .kcal t dertat Ua <*M toe Our Tar .p.rrrrw.wt
Walter Lot teaUfe4 thai d krw t* UM Nana' 01 latest.R .will .t- prit an (lwrtttrf. ylrrUtlaTyre(, pNfNaal N rMrwt rrflrt Ileraa halyrt Pvwet. IMWtol. .... .Ib...

DOLL SHOW Hams pulled a path and toW I Ifitm a fj Trh at.pl sad Twrh'a .Rlastr J_ha+a N prbweaaatrman ftrsa Irf on-- aMha as f.--.. c-. Cxaar MnrN. rrarrahrr trap &I.1oa .day.
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t.e0. up. or ITS shoot f. UM Wawareswwerp ,. a,. H 1M + .
j>TTU knca> on a *ia Ml,. .tLonwFe |of UM CM* ;
Start Woman** Crab tar In two." itorrta. bow_. .. and. Lv ,.."., *. rhwaa .f (Ha.... have ten.....I UMto '--.r--: fN11rM1 'law &JIoeIprt
w..t&tW4 that he *.4 only Ur '1_ aJa p.rtirpattrp71t far ,...,....../... If tar orftMrnr
Ja.. 17. 1 1-. 19Kpaiaort Uw atrdrul pnfw tsar/ aK Uw 'toworaMWthai Race Fund. Up
InC So tI&op Uw riant. H. said o.nJoaF cwt -tp M +ItN aerrsrrMrrt lttr ?nrNyJraerrter .
krxatf. ** UM CM .i
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by Mark h* had ptrtetf lip .broken ,............. aJI MY' N yet.sW assnTtr. r p.io ranelnr wItrWt lfls aaarlpp dolt.. frwo Mttl sal I, .lard lases,, Thr r. 17,000 For Thi} *
R* r *.tat. Depart a***t tThla UM and a p*.r. of allvrrr* .bast.. M fft+aro.r tttarrlrrtre a* tort, 'pct M ,.. ..........- d tar.
from u. rtmr and .... "(]rl to woht. r- x.wxl M I+ftef II: wW ow1c..1.- 'i.be..t xt, 1MJox .. +I lr' I, Year At I S60.000

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Mr. and lrs. Marion Harrington Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stock- I I SCOTCH FOURSOME I I "let" opining and end opening,
A. .
E. Winkler
I W. L. Andrews blndvri making one to I ll\
of Jacksonville were ton of' Jacksonville were Sun Lawtey Man 73 RESCHEDULED I hun- Copies In trail than ni"
day visitors of Dr. and.Mra. A. ', i vomla ..*"h. Expoalna' ivlnditlk' ,
I visiting Mrs. Gladys Harring I
I ton on Sunday. J. Barry. Services 1 11 1 A.M. Funeral Set Due to wet weather that and controlled.profreiilna. ; ,In automatloal I \

I Douglas Seymour has transferred Mm. J. H. Field spent the Seriously Hurt closed the golf course for 12 Th. above machine. will i
: I the Scotch Foursome puri'haMid on a LeaexPunhm.Airreement ..
,, from JU to FSU for the weekend with :Mr. and Mri.Itobttrt SaturdayEdwin For Saturday days with no. Interest
Sunday was
trimester. K. Tanner In Baldwin. scheduled for last Payment will be mad a. r .

Gladys :Mooty second Mrs. Arthur Richardson of I' Mary Ann Gruudcm left Sun Austin Winkler, 61, In 301 AccidentA Wesley Lucian Andrews. 72, celled off. Pro Homer Wood tow 11.000.00.: paid upon deliverof .
of Starke. died In a local hospital that It will be
Phone: 9640651Mr. \Springfield Pa. and Mrs. prank \day for Palmyra Pa. where', Thursday. morning after ,iI j ji of Starke, died Wednesday played announces this Sunday If fair :Machine 10. IDAS.and balance on Jajuary ,,.
,Norton and daughters of Largo she will have a toe amputated.
extended .
-I ,
an extended Illness. He was afternoon after an weather continues. There are Th. Board reeervee the rlicii'
and Mrs. J. T. Lawson- Mlsa Ruby Lllley of Paducah i were Friday to Monday guest She will convalesce >t the born in New Orleans La., Jan. Lawtey man. 73-year-old Illness. He was born Aug. 17. 28 entries. to reject any HKALCharle and all bid.
)
home her uncle and (OKKICIAI.
of aunt
Anderson.Mrs.
attended funeral services for Ky., in visiting her brother-In-|of Mrs. Myrtle \ 1, 1903 the son of the late | LeRoy Green was seriously 1891 at Lake Butler. the son A. f"4rhy
.
Mrs. Mr. and Mr F. Robert Kreidr. !
Blake
Mrs.' Lawson'a mother, Mrs. N. law and sister Mr. and Mrs. and Sawyer Mr. Harold! Edward A. and Julia Austin I Injured Sunday morning. Jan. of the late Willie and Mattie BOATDRACV BAPTiSTSunday CHARLES A. DARBY ('LF.ltKJill Uo'ru' : '
Jones
N. Strlngfellow, in Headland, Titus OlMon. 'Atfhby Winkler.Mr. 12. when his pick-up truck Hewitt Andrew. He was a retired -n
Whlttern of Sanford were Mon. I Mr. and Mr*. Smith DeVo automobile salesman,
Ala on Jan. 8. Wlnlcl-r'!! was presidentof collided with a 1D64 Ford as % Of MIIKIIIPfMlt i-
B'rlend of MM. W. F. Cod- .
Local admittances I|I / day visitors of :Mrs. Eugne 'visited their daughter, CeJeite. Winkler Electric: Serviceon he entered U. S. 301 near his and a member of the Wood. I School. 10 0... Notice I.. hereby. given that l lI'
to Doc
win Jr. or Crossville, Tenn. will Williams. Vt Heddleh sheriff of Urao!
at the /St.: Joneph' Academy i
of The World.
Temple Avenue, the bunt- home. men Morning Worship. 11 a.m. ,
tor' Florida under
.' Hospital this. week include ford County. an t
to
regret hear that she' died Meed
Mr. and Mrs. uivrtt tn St. .
Augustine on Sunday. his widow
of
:]' ness which he established He was treated at the Br.dford Surviving are by virtue of Writ Kiecutl' "
6:30
: : Mrs Corlne Training Union p. in-
Broughton on Monday. Mra. Godwin and son and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. J. R. Kite attended the Maude Roberts Andrew, I' to Wit:
Joseph H. :McGee Paul many years ago. He was A County Hospital and Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m. .Execution of Sniuil'I II'
Buran, nicknamed will be Norman Allen spent thy weak- I -tl-'D.dr'o;
Toby remembered :
Mrs.
funeral of her
| uncle. Judge member of the First Christian transferred to Baptist Memorial Starke i two daughters. WednesdayEsterbra.h I Claim 1 Connty. ,
all of Starke; E.' .1. Hutson .of an the secretary of end with Mr. and Mrs N. S. Glenn Terrell In Tallahassee Church and Elks Lodge No. Hospital in Jacksonville: Iva Cohen of Aberdeen. Md., I Prayer Meeting. I'' florlda! pursuant. to a flnul,
J. R- Hulllnut.nilba ,,,
Orandin William T. Moore of L. F. Chapman at the State I Dankel In St. Cloud. Lillie ,on Tucwdny. She wait accompanied 1802 in Starke. He had made where he U reported to have and Mrs. Ernestine Nix. Philadelphia Judgement UiillinKton for tudlo A Hi'Hhon. ,

Hawthorne and! Shirley John-. Prison for several years and Chris Lewis remained with lilt by Mr. W. B. Mundy, who his home here for 55 years.' a. fractured skull and multiple Pa.. one son, Ronald Caxtrlosr and .., Htarke! ., Florida and .,,
K. :Maneour d/li
eon of Lawtey. lived at the State Farm. ,grandparents for the week.Capt. flailed her daughter Mlia Jean I Surviving are his wife, Mrs. lacerations. Green was Andrews Starke; a sister, ftmntaln Pens I1.'S $!.U -'11I..n. A. Advertlln Servl .

Pvt. George Hen of Fort l MrA. JcflHe NeWHome Is visit. and Mrs. D. R. Hunt :Miindy.Mr Bessie! M. Winkler. Starke; thrown front his. truck for a Mrs. Alma Dowling Jacksonville 13... at Tbo ?UQRAPIL- amount of Ui9,36..toKeth.

Hood, Texas is home on 30 ing Mr. and Mrs. MorrlM Williams and won of St. Fsternburg were L. W. Strickland of three daughters Mrs. Julia distance of 18 feet. : and several grandchil Have twain. ...1.uf fd cnlleotlon and have In. iipossession .

days Iea.ve.Judge ] In Folknton, Ga. thin Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs., ] Wildwood I I..* visiting her mother Wells, Starke: Mrs. Merry- Mrs Minnie Benfleld 46; 1 dren. the FollowIng. darrlnea. >.

and Mrs. K.: K. Ferryman week. Carl Mat hews. Mr. Della Manning and Shepherd. Gainesville; and wife of the driver of the Ford Funera>) services will be held !. '1'.. 4.I....It ('",,I,* Of. .....1..1 personal. properly;
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Ingle-( ttlghfh: ...dl...., (ir.'u... In \ : .
spent the weekend with I Lewis Putnam and, Mr. and thou slater, Mrs RdlLh Clirl-tlanacn;' Mrs. Martha Ambrose. Jacksonville car. was also! injured Inthe at 3 p. m. Saturday in the forBrmlfom onntr, In l'....- Mt.ne' elertrle' HlapkLlirht' Him''
right have returned to ( for two week I Church with with fflaia front approxlmat!
First Christian
Mr. and Mrs. Comer Perryman ; three sons. WarrenW. mishap but Dr. H. H. Adams per,.
'Mrs. Roy Caneof Spartan- N. C. after 6 ft. high by. 4 ft. wide--tuavtl.T
home in Cullowhoo l>lt OHCKRUTH
Mickey pan l> In confined Rev. Bob Badgett officiating:
In Jacksonville. y Winkler. and George A. reported Monday that she is > fl.KMONS.Plaintiff. : with box of extra. tetter
!MAHL4JNH:
burg. S. C. last ThruMday Mrs
were visit with .
Local admittances to Brad two months with mump" Winkler, both of Starke: and in good condition in the Bradford I rnterment will follow in the -v.. KICHAUO KU- A* the property of the "b..\.
visitor of Mrs. J. M. :Milchcll. Jscknon. I named defendant. and that <"nMonday
Margaret Lake
CLKMONH. Defendant.
In Crosby IK.VK:
family plot
Misses Ann U S.
Sally Arthur Winkler.
Epperson Edward Hospital with fractured
ford County Hospital this week and Mra.. Bwe'l'! Lawson a NOT1CKTO : the 10th day of Febr
Mr. and Enid Komtner of Florida Air Force Brooklyn. N. Y. nose and lacerations of the Cemetery under direction of : Itlchurd 1ugCue' demon ary I9D4 at twelve "'I'" cfc no..:.
include: Mrs. Elsie Norman | Among, those from out-of and son Jimmy. were In Savannah. Presbyterian College are upend Also surviving are six grandchildren face. Driver of the car, Robert DeWitt C. Jones Funeral mdmif. ,'. and ailcH-i-mi. ,..nk flown. on mild. day on the Pr.mliH>* '
Bradford Count Cou'
and Leslie McClellan of Law. town attending. the funeral of ., Oa. on Sunday visiting ing thin week with and J JMrll. Home. You are lirrvby notified that the .. ..u'h ,
Mr. one greatgrandchild Benfield. $$. was not In- complaint ror Ulvupre hot. lfoti* at the & Kaat 01'
tey: Mrs. Elizabeth Blx-by of :Mr. C. If., Register' Sr on Mr; and Mrs. A. B, Walkfl W. J. KpperHon while they and a half-brother Ed jured. The Benflelds were Active pallbearers will be licon I ril..., aceisut r>">. and yor <> trance t will biter for sale art l
Melrose; Mrs. Pearl Conner Monday were Mr. end] Mr. C. and J. L. Woods., Buck' Raulerson. Sonny Dekle. requireti lo ...rv* a i-ony" or iou ,to hiarheet bidder for fan)
ere undergoingpedal/ study at ward A. Hall] of Starke. traveling south on U. S. 301 to the In hand th. above dmtcrlh. "l lfirowrty
Mrs. RU'by' Johns Mr.. Robena IT Register Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. T. Jackson Jr. Is :.1 IT. of F. library.R. Funeral services will be held i from their home in Baltimore. Herman Roberts Carlton vuur Cnmulnlnr: Annwvr on or the plftudlntf 1.lalntltr.* attornvy of naM, defendantMitlify <

Lewis Mr*. Ethel Hen*. ail of Charted D. Register, and Mr medical patient in RiveroUUHospital. O. Dannby spent the at 11 a. m. Saturday In the'Flr.t Maryland. according to the report Chastaln. Carl Andrews of ,Drawer, I\"H.aforeaa\ J2aecutli.,nP.

Starke' ; Mrs. Hazel Hopgood; and Mrs. Charles Lawson of arm weekend Ire Ozark Ala. with his Christian Church with of. Trooper J. M. Hollisof Bartow, and Carl Andrews of and rile the 10311 orliclnal, Ajixwcr or P. D. KriMleh, Hherlff. Brail.

and Qeorg Mosel y of Middle- Tallahassee Mr. and Mm. H. Mrs. Charles Durkee last father J. B. Daniby Sr., who Rev. Bob Badgctt officiating. the Highway Patrol. Gainesville. I"leadInK In the offU& <. u( thoIrrti ford Co., .Starke.! KlorJda.1/8 41 t
;
iis of the Circuit Court on
burg Oliva Cobona< of Hamp-i H. Register* and Mr; and Mrs. children of Tmpa sp with, liei., I. 1)1.) ,Interment, will follow in the The accident apparently occurred "r hrfure the loth dltY of Krbrunry / .
to Friday
ton. Rufus Onbome of Altamont Tuesday: Mr. and Mr. O. 8. Brown family plot in Crosby Lake as Oreen was turning 1064. If you fell to .nih
Mr. and Mr.. C.rj I Men i.u're. Pro ('on'...o will
parents Keystone > a
\ Mr.. Olin Graves of Daytona -, Springs, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. while Mr. Durkee was went' to Fort Knox, Ky. on Cemetery under direction of left onto the highway, 1.3 h. taken awuinet you for the

BAch. and Mr. and MrsJ! Evans! of Orangcburg, S. C.. Johns bualnesn In Or. Sunday to Wednesday of last DeWltt C. Jones Funeral miles' north of Lawtey at approximately / relief d..on".d l In the Con Death by

Henry Roger of Waldo were Mrs. W. C. Preacher of Ridge attending to week to get their ion, Marvin Home, I : 9:10: a. m. Sun!' pie tnt.nnn.. ant. ordorvd. at Htnrknflorlda. ]
lando. Active pallbearers will be, day. The 1967 turnedin Support Bums StrangulationMany
-urhowa*> discharged after two pick-up thus xth day of January -
Sunday visitor of :Mrs. Henry] land 8. C.. Mr. and Mr. Joe Jerome John was hun'lng at ytrars' service. members of the Elks Lodge. front& of the car and the two A. I*. mi.SKAU .

o'Hara Jordan and family of Lake Cla. over h. wemkt ( ) fruit nut and.
and Mrs. Ruth Fra' Abbyvllla I collided causing a total of $1- <'hHrlc A. t'urby. ornamental
Mrs. James Debts
'Walo"
returnedto
Mr. and Mr. W; M 460 damage to both vehicles.' Thlrty-thm! Keystone Clerk fin-nit 1l urt. Bradford tree are loainK
:ler. end.Mrs. her home In Ooldnboro N. $15,000 HikeIn ..
I Morar of Panama City Miss Effis Johns had as her C. Damage to the truck was estimated Heights businessmen attended (Hy.unty.J.nel.N.1. Carter their crop yield: and are
on Tuesday after two week- ;
.-(1 "-1.-c- ,---I i I Elizabeth Lawson of Riviera guests last weekend Henry I at $750 and the !>"> ('lerk
!' = _"- ZE'9!" Bob visit. with Mr. and Mrs. S. W. 1st ClassP. car at an ,organisation meeting piily being: strangled by Span
Beach, Bud Lawson of Bartow.. Carter and Mr: and Mrs. $700. HEOI1UH: : H PIEItCKIi.riIe
George Huckett. ,I Wednesday night to elect a II, I'leic. Attorney for ish. Moss.
WILLIAMS T. 1C. Duncan of Gainesville, McClellan of Maxvllle, Mr. and Mrs. Well Atchley, No charge have been fJ1&d'1 I chairman and campaign treasurer I'lalntirr Now Is The Time To
Mrs. James TuckoU of Key W nalwltn' and Miss Martha of Gainesville O.. Receipts Trooper Hollis said 1/U 4t 1SCAI.I. Your Trees.
were Sunday Spray
of Jackwonvllle for the Haydon Burns
stone Heights Mrs. Marlon Holloway both further investigation.
,
vUltors of Mr. and Mrs. L.. i
964-3965 for
and ( Call a
Sapp Mr*. C. H. Drlggem, Mr. and Mrs. U rald Gay F. Smith. The U. S. post office in I I gubernatorial campaign. The
JEWELRYREPAIRS w.ek, HII>* free estimate.
the ran
::1 Mr. Robert Drlggvr' Mr*..sons of Miami spent Mm. John Starke had a 115.000 Increasein Mail Truck 'I meeting was held in the Keystone The Hoard of Comity Commlnnlonere -
and Mrs. O. A. Spencer of St:
John Dekle. Mrs. Walter Gra end with Mr. first class postage cancela- Masonic hall. ..t llradfonl, County
: Augustine spent the weekend "'Iortda.' will rrcrlve ._,,'l".d l bldxit Florida Pest Control -
Cay. _
'hum, :Mrs. K.': W. Coleman. and Milton Hartiel' with :Mlsv Barbara Blanken- tlona last year some of which Hits BridgeA The group led by Col. Harold loot:' A. M., KVhruery 4.
and Mrs.
Mrs. M. O. Lnngford, all of I Mr. was attributed to the price- 144. In the Ciiurtrimin. In the ] & ChemicalCo.
WATCIIKS-DIAMONDtf! returned to their home In Hous- ahlp. Ashley of Melrose elected '.'nurth....., Stark*. )Florida. for'he
Lak Butler, Mr*. W. A, Clark I rise i in postage stamps.First fnlloMTln ,miirhlnM.One .
after a ;
ton Texas on Tuesday I flat tire Jackonvllle Carl Darden a Sperry engineer
All Work Gaarmiit.04 ,of Dytona Beech and Mr. and clans stamp were caused: a I Automll I'ofiler pro- .
month's visit with her parents. raised from four cents each to to Gainesville mail truck and resident of Key lection type. capable ..t .making '
A.. C.. VIMTlf Til lUUtaHliai Mr. CL. D. Flnholster of Or- | I I Ilirh (itlalltir" photo ei..plen both I
K. BolHnger. .
'mond Beach. 'Dr. and Mrs. P. !Mayor Postpones five cents apiece in 1883 but. to no out of control and hit abridge stone Club Estates a* chairman negative. .nd uoelllre un to 414. Ii Stake, Fla.Gas .

142 W. Call St. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Simmons "We are still growing and I north of Lawtey early and Charles l 14" with variable' wind down I
Mr. Cnarlea Parson of .nd son, Ht v., of Miami spent I Tuesday morning. January 14. McOlave. from JS" to .14" Will copy. from
donUt think the price-rise accounted I I
DuPont .
Stark,. TI*. Amsterdam' N. Y. spent the' the wpekendwith' Ir) and Mrs Brawl Sentences I for all of our IncreaseIn doing 11,900 damage to the I Col. Ashley chemist who, a. treasurer. !
ones! ran
first of the week with Mr. and 1 H. H. Adams and family, whllo buslnese." Acting Po tmas- tractor of semi-trailer :,
for of Jacksonville in
_- _---tr Mrs. C. B. Terwlllegar.Mr. nobby and Maureen Simmons ,i tcor Blake Jackson said. I I I It was the truck on the-same, opposition mayor to Burns. Is area Genie says:

.",Jsrjj-surrr rSSStSttSfJ" and Mrs. Michael Flynn /Ulte'il Mr. and Mr*. L.. Cham. (Continued from Page One) I Receipts for th. past year I I I route that wrecked during the I coordinator for Bradford

of, Daytona, llench were weekend Hera. 1903 showed that Starkel pa b year at' the same time ot!I I MEEt\ MY GIRL
Clay Putnam. St. Johns Union -
gnst* of Mr. and Mr.. L. Doris RpenKler, celebrated' her residents spent S10 .UIJ onnlckrL the morning at the samoj', and FlUENDSIIELIKES.
BAPTIST. /MEN'S C. Adam twelfth birthday last Friday driveway of the rc.taurant to I'I' stamp This tliluredonn" I bridge* and with the same raster Counties
Ashley had 'I
for a ring In the new year He lulct asked the state or- .
iftornonn- with a. party second i driver. :
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bale < Include i
an
of his party also shot oft some'firecrackers. I nasal' ; ganlzatlon to split Clay County -
few friend at the horn' N'o\ Injuries' wf r* reported by I II
DA YJANUARY daughter of Blount.town were mall circulars parcel or any
I II. set-up because Ke.tone ..
Mrs. Pat Oilffman. Mr. Cautt. lUll : thai class,|I Trooper J.,M. Hollis- thai
weekend guests of Mr. ant 'WiuW mall tlwr first ls''so' distant from the
Mrs. Guy HnU. man was asiil'*td by her moth Police Chief F.Rosner .I. pontage. This would also exclude Florida Highway Patrol, who i scat and county i Natural t Gas
proposed
I *.. Mra. Kmma Badman. said he arrived, on the: Investigated the accident. a separate
MUs Ida Lou Plummer of persons with their own
.
Jehovah's witnesses scene at Stalllngs' the I I organization.The
Guam Is spending' the remain. Members of just a ataraptnif machines. ,' Driver or the truck wasNathaniel I Just As Well As I Do.
fight I I (group was urged to
Will breaking and
of the Btarke "
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connregtlon up ,i,
I
'
der of the school term with her In J963: th, Poatottlce81'0811t'd Green a'Gainesville tart local
a bank account. to
uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrt. .. have returned Irom attending home.told the participant to go,I 1 $94,340 from first, "Negro who had to get. another ,' .help finance the campaign If you<< are in doubt about Natural Gas e axk

:\' F. Hssrn, while she flnlshw Perry a three-day Pre.nmn convention R. Rhenohon atj,' but that They warn apparently not the end did so.of elms postage.! Figures" for letters post tractor office from to the complete Jacksonville his'I I which Ashley estimated would your friends and neighbors that use it and get firsthand

ter-senlor year at BUS, starting presiding mlnlator In Stark. It. dents mailed for 1893 by record Stark over' real-\, run. ,i: cost nearly a million dollars, Information to It.. convenience, cleanliness,
In Febnmry. ''It run-off
a la
old the convention was pa lterned -f< About an hour after the 1.2$1 I Green was. traveling south I necensary. He We will want
Mr. anti, :Mrs. II. B. Hamilton million letters mailed. aid Burns doe. not want "07 economy and efficiency. are sure you
spent the weekend with Mr after the recently con-j Stalling affair. Buddy Brown figures for 1882 show a total' on U. S. 301 at 4:08: a. m. 1.2 I i local' governors" and prefers. Natural Gas toe.STARKE.

anti, Mr. W, C,. flowers. In Jack rludod round-Til-Worl As-, and his wife. Vivian went to of almost the same proportion. mil. north. of. Lawtey Tues local committee
action.
mbly of Joliovsti's. Wltn........ Adi-o Browns home to-. ask I' day-when the right front tire :
sonvlll. Better' mill service was extended Darden and McOlave NATURAL GAS
Twenty new ,mlnUtsrs were./f them to out to of the will
no
Mr. G. B. McGatiUy of Pa. netsomething to Stark resident, in tractor went fist causing meet soon to

26, 1964 latka' spent Sunday to Wednen baptised during the convention.] to eat. The two couples., '\ Reno this year when door to the-trurfcto.hi. thenorth appoint citizens'Committees. CITY HALL PHONE 964-2351

day with Mr. and Mr. Chwrle Mrs. John Miller and children. l- left and picked up door mail service was added end of the concrete bridge.

tach' church 'In th.. New, Hardy. Kevin arid Mary Anna, ] at 8talllnV.They. ovel'lltrHt'l there. Reno Is the nickname Damages to the bridge were,

Itlrer Itaptlat ,Aiwoclatlon, MU !Ut_y M tthews, and Mr. apparently. & for the section of the city estimated at 1125. .
find the Lulls to north of Hlvhway 18 and east
4 4ti anked' to cooperate: by and Mrs. K.: 1* Matthew spent .
why It alt happened several !' of Water Street, County Court
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having all uctlvltlcM. on Jan. .1- with Dr. and Mrs. II.
Sunday of the Drowns and OYPT-' I Lincoln City. part of which, HEW HOmES

ZO In charR of the men of II. McLemlon and Mrs. 1C. 8'1'j' street tntlfled. U in the city limits has rural {I;I Trials Set

(he church. I thank you. I Matthews In Orlando... They Overstrrvt said he knew I' door-to-door delivery This

K. M.\ NORTON. ITCH.Aaaoclatlonal ; cf666I so visited Mr. I&n.1 Mrs. Charles) that Hank Lott lived In Sara was an added service by the Next Week
Brotherhoodijjsstjsjjt7zJttJtJ1rJftZ toga Heights l In surke hers also.
: but poatofnr*
and in lh.lr-
I Mvlster nons new I'
I! steered the Brown ti*. HempI I Stark,'. poitofftce has an Fits Your Needs"SARATOGA
at MaltlnnJ.
Jom. ton to avoid 1 Count
I another fluht. impressive" record of growth Judge Thi-ron A.

I I !Someone finally rememberedthat I! sine 1950 when only 137.000 Yawn soumlMt the ,docket this

Hank lived In Starke 1 in first! class postage was rsni week for
County Court trials
IT'SALL. after they had gone to Hampton i i cried here., By 1157 that flature -
and found nobody there had doubled to IJJ.348.. that will be held Jan. ZO-J1. HEIGHTSSTARKE

MTt. Vivian Brown testified. ) And. since then. the 1997I and countlnuod l the case of

I Back In stark' at Hank ,I figure' ha* doubled. 1943 reIt Jam.. O. McDanlel until the

iCOME IxXfs horn. Buddy Brown It corded I;09.149. n..t term of court.

!i went to the door which was All in all. that means

-K FREE sn*wrrpd by Hank's wire.Sdtnmle. : fttarke'a postoffke does tour MrPanlvl I* charged! with New Masonry Aluminum Awning Window 3 Bed

She wouldn't let times. as much business M *U writing II wt>rthl.ini chvrks. -

Buddy in. but he and Hank j did Just, about 13 years. ago He had fort Bradford County
Rooms
2 Full Bath
met 'at the aid of the house In I 1943 Uw postofflc underwent and gun. to New Tork Otate Big Living Room and Dining

and started a second fUht. a renovation that doubled

: SEE APACHE witness said. the floor space: In ,the In headed! Nov.mb.r l tJaoore and but brovffftt w>* appro-backby AreaSpacious Kitchen Plenty Cabinets- Storage

Mr. &mml* LoU testified. build Uigr. '
Sheriff .
P. D. ReddUH.McDanlvl.
that she tried to call UM ", Room Carport Price $11,250.
local
a body shop
pollc. but' two Brown Legion To Sponsor
(operator. IMS paid bark almostall
women forcibly krp< her' front' ,,
Speaking<<. Contest [ of the m*., for tile cheeks:
th
: pllon She got kxM* from .
them and (I and was given a chance to ftnUh NO DOWN
ran UnMahbor I PAYMENT VA.
j 1! .
house and phoned them any 'I Amvrlran Legion"" n.f :M HiKlark | tM Job until the nt term -

way. !.>., Mid. will vpoiMur .. ertM .t;lot eo.rt.

wives also ," oratorical rent. **** soiL. wxxilhwith >r Two bonds wet., .strvateil.wttm

used. fare* to *11"j'"j': II&tI" atudt com- UM ducket was ottadxlbwauM

from Tallinth ',.....1".. /[ the dWvndants dad not $
will. b h.M.
TIM ftrtt contest .
tn th* meantlm, the> tcurrW ;,appear !Is court. Rt... trials

at th. skto of th. howa continued 1 rat tfc*> Legion 'building. nets.i.und I Kav* fc..n 8IPt by Judg Yawn $6900
eonteet, a eountywfcWronteet.
with Mr. Vtvian ,for :Mocklay and T' -tay, Jan. '
: wIll Lie bell daring a
Brown totting lnvald. she :10 .(.d 2*.
NCIII'Ut T.m,..l.. F" x II. TIM

trttnd* that Robert" Unt i....... day at a y.l .mto- They are: DenseSt William
*h v*
r -_ ____.---w 1M hit) ruw OVT the head wtth cnnlMt wiU take pla on r. >.',reekiea.. trftng, on the wrosis.

lir ahosarrwral ,M at ID* feral Legless kail cede of tk* road aiwl th4kr. Drive, Out Pratt St. West To Blanding St. Salman HasAll
( IIRIDLK j
SADDLE: AND
PONY of th* participantsalso ([forl*.vli. >r tfe* *f aj a*-

t.sufkd, that OWn,,..*t I, Bubt matter for Uwapa 'C'-t.' Me*t>*i t Brown two Houses Open For Your Inspection Sunday. I 12 Noon

COME SEE COME REGISTER OFTEN had a pistol -tn hi hand"th at .*. to hutarrL U It.GttMia ehar.... .vllta.*: .....lret....*

*> Lust -horn. atth. l.ah" ', *. a ttr4Nini. 8C1IIeeI 5.p.rti. .- ba-rag.e !let dry county aadp'.eeei I Till Dark. And Will Fully Explain How You Can Easily -
did not b* .
\ xwei mvottrd
...
.. ..trtrt c.b1rea.a .
,
lW'1' of i iuafcy ki. .* dry I Ii
that rraoa Other 'sun... fur w f
t..ss. ,i Be j-\ Proud Home Owner.iFRF4E
I VMMlV With bttMtt t* SIL .
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To Be Given Away Wednesday, May 4th, 8OO: P. M. h and did o..hU'eoP'not hat testified a putol miMa 'to TW streed getvr4 tN'.tCIft..Itbe......U. III.IItotl ... C. Wart-, tw ifc.rt. ,. '

hand. ; M* for s....tl ,ed Wltf7.

raking UM .piatUcIpanta> tntoleisntody RTU.O.'l.RkpiiIycCC'' sod ewe for g MrMnc the

.r.- Km**' Uvwrjf to rlMr*;. I
IMPERIAL Service Station at Uv LaHt. |*aMCTUH \ BUILDERS INC.
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i oMr reWma.il Utoa| .....J'' 8c'-I. .1..' m with pUr.<< TkrJrtvtag ,

luI'newzesir. ., wMl* tntoxlr .
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withMit boevd _nil th,* .h*.rtni i > m. .
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tM b.fure' .
rrtiDi. Unto. t .*. i*... .
"BUY THE BEST-BUY IMPERIAL"U. Monday Ktfht. They 'U1 WKMtPMt ping W'aDi. S .... Prwg'' 1 Taw Tfcry ar. lrKOI hm_ 01 J nat BL\T J.UL 15. ILL

( of U4r m ra." *q *-*>- UstUnj WdMaata FteBtor, .M4 Or rtf Ma.Tnt.s. .
,*> TM D. +
S. 301 North. Cit.UmiU.. Stark. .,. FLu fences. t'.sigL. & """mier- ..... Ite*. Cbartsa Karwy. putn', PflONK R.u..u::

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Baptist Circles I Young I Police Report THE RIGHT POINT for the t
People Lloyd Green 64'
4fv Quiet Week way. you. writ.*. Come In and
Q/ :Met< Tuesday j i
Invited To CC select your. favorite ESTER-

1 The Annie Armstrong Circle Retired Merchant'' City Police had an uneve..t.1 BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-
Dance Sat.The ful week with two arrests for ,,
of the First Baptist WMU ORAPII.
i two for public:
i "pe"dlnamI/;
Gladys Mooty mft" Tuesday at the home of
intoxication Only these fourcsseM
. Phone: 964-0651 Mrs. Tyler Jones. Mrs. Charles Chamber of Comm'rcl'board Moydlames: Green" ,, 6-1 retired were scheduled for regular -

! Darby conducted the devotional 1M I of directors voted Monday merchant and cattleman : Court Tuesday I
Mayor's Jeffcoat .
i and also presented' to .ep.' '11 the dance, following died Tuesday) night In 1\
i: the program on "A Citizen of :lit. annual banquet Stnrke hospital' after an extended night./:
WSCS And Guild ,Foreign Students Tho evlilenco of another I
Two Worlds Assisting with Satm-dav. night to Uu- young Hlnos. I Neon Signs

Meet Jointly Present ProgramAt the program were Mrs. C. J P.t>pl0 of the community., Porn in Strtike on Frb :38. event "allows" on the wall of |I
Iloupt and Mrs. Myldred Cut- the 1'0111StRtlon.. The Jail- !NEON PLASTIC PAINTED
without! charge. The dance Is tAR! he wm the sort of thelate
Tuesday NightThe \ ClubAn tino.The ? scheduled to start at 9:30: p Archibald II and Fnnnle house: grey wall have been. repainted Noon IVnljinlnj; Neon Repair.

sane. topic was used by w d'L m. and music will be providedby Rltrh Cicero lie wm n Veteran a refreshing greenCash En-cling; MalnHnaanca!

Methodist WSCS and outstanding program on other circles. t.hl1'1'!' '''' Tone. of WOI'ldVllr I. a memberof 1(111( S. Main ____ Oalneavlll

Wesleyan Service Guild held i:' International Affairs was Principal speaker at the'', nrndford lodge No n P Paid for Good ('I..n'R.n. Phone Day 371-0:103:

a joint meeting Tuesday given at the January meetingof Helen Masters Circle met R"r' banquet w UI botV.. H. I Bud 1 I IWhittaker. A 1\1. it pint Commander of No Khaki or Wool. All'' Nile S72-8H97
night in the Fellowship Hall. at the> church at 10 a. m. .
industrial American Legion\ Post SB. and
the Starke Woman's Clubon represent Cotton. Bring la Tttograph.
Mrs. R S. Mullins con- I Tuesday with :Mrs. Randal 'I ,
*the for the Seaboard a member of the First Mothodint -
ducted several "get-acquaint Wednesday afternoon of
Chitty presenting the program Coastline Kailroiul. Special Church

ed" games after which Miss : last week. assisted by Mrs. O. I.. recognition is planned. for past I I I Surviving are his wife, Inea
Fannie Evelyn Dewar of Oreen i Mrs. F. J, Pellum. chairmanof Jarvis. Mrs. Don Neal. Mrs,, Yt president of the.' chamber, AbernAthy Green of StArkeI Health Facts

Cove Springs a retired missionary I [ M. H. Sheppard, and Mrs. II. and Richard
the International RelaUons awards! will also bfO made daughter.' Mrs
I
and medical nurse department, presented Mrs :| U Speer.I }I to induiduals for outstanding". I Cunningham. Keystone: !J It I"I truly a great thrill to own n new

!gave a talk and showed slidesof I I itr ," community service In severalcategorlea. Height,: one son Lloyd Archie ..{r, home, new car and rotor TV. but what''
the I
Olenn wife of I
Sarwak. Mrs. S. Q. Den- Farris Brownlee Circle met Tuesday '
International I been" Chicago 111.; a brother happiness cnn then thin us bring with-
Student Advisor
Foreign '
mark Introduced the speaker. University afternoon at the homeof It was also announced t, that t i torrnno D Orer-n, Stark! ( out !good h"IlthHome one has; well said
The hall was attractive for I Center Mrs. D. L. Sllcox. In the ticket for the banquet will [ two sitter, Mrs A. F. Hauls,
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wealth then
with of Florida. She. gave some interesting \\c upend our health to net ,
the joint get-together absence of Mrs Paul Raymond not bo sold at the door and 8tmke and !Mrs W M' Wlm-
several pink and white. flower facts about the activities : program chairman. : reservations must be m.w4a'\ i bf'rlyf n..rtow: and onrr Yr have to spend our wealth to regain our
arrangements placed at pointsof of the foreign students FlTV i ,r health."
'' '! Mrs. Jessie Young presented the chainbetroffle* by 4 fv in I grandchild. It"l itfilllitgvr<<
and several students
Interest. The refreshment' presented dress native' the topic with Mr. J. B Friday The banquet is set. I I Funeral" service were held ('ountle!" thousands suffer needlessly and many die
a' in the of their
table was covered with country. Each student gave a : Alexander leading. the de I I for 7 30 p. ML Saturday at the ,| at 3 ft. m Thursday' In thei before there lime hermit they did not consult a
outwork cloth
handsome belie : notional () Volt TIIR SHOWIf Starke loll Country Club. I i First Methodist Church with too lute
artistic unique view of a part of the Chiropractor before It wan
and centered with
arangement of pink an camellias. ,, folklore of his own country. i Ida Darby Circle met at I held IwtHI (tie Girls friNit the tlnlln' a* Jmiet i boal1-In 'other: action Monday the i iAuthaitsed I| and Krv Rev John Donald R. Hrabtiam... Kokomoor punter Instead of looking for n new' miracle drug we need! to'

Sliver services held spiced I II Miss Yang; Lee of Korea}I!i the home of Mrs. Burl Matthews I 4. and ('......1. t, attracthe jmmg lauKhtrn. of I employment ofa I, of St Petersburg. officiating dlHcover the In'noflti. already available under Chlro-

punch and coffee and crystal! presented an Impressive fan with the prouram in H."tk.n" Plrortnr and, .\1".,. Frank OMmlry.. gather IXTT I ILHvrrslfled! Ctwpem- | Interment. was In Crosby Luke! prrectlc rare.You .
trays held dainty 'sandwiched '' dance accompanied by music charge of Mrs. L. O. Powell tlve | under direction of will need to see your Chiropractor eventunJ1y-
tape recorder. Miss Lee I up their f.,orttn. t. exhibit at the loll Show this Training 1 student to Cemetery
I cookies nuts and mints. Mrs. i on a dressed In beautiful Refreshments! were served I weekend I II auiiment the chamber staff, I rvwitt C Jones Funeral Delay only courts dlnnnter.llrlnir .
George Hugging was chairman : was a by the hostess of each cir I and to bill at tl "per hour for }tale,

of arrangements.Mr. I varicolored elaborate head costume dress with of beads.an I County-Wide Doll Show work done for any outside organisation. ., Active" pallbearers' wereI Your Health Problem's> To

Mrs. Neeta Shah of India cle.Paul HM-rtofoir, the I I IlolHTt CJ Oreen James A
I Clinic
1 And'Mrs: Green dressed in the traditional ; Hutchins Jr. chamber had been providing (Green Herbert Oreen. Harry The Bollinger Chiropractic

Entertain 'At' sari gave about a talk American on her observations life- 'Has Birthday At Woman's Club This Weekend 'I similar typingmimeograph service for some, > local and I I Oreen Inman Green and 426 N. Walnut Street Starke Fla.

Buffet Supper Party MondayPaul e11111101f1c.tlOI.nd number I'I group/ without chaig: Item Pane, all nephews, of the Insurance Caner Accepted
She felt that American women ;; Sugar 'n spice and every a> !
I seemed to work too hard. thing nice thsfs what little for judutng purposos. Shot will Decided against spending. 1100 I deceased|.
Mr. and Mrs. R A. Oreen Jr. I Hutchlns Jr. celebrated with other for a spot on a cooperative
Mrs. Shah was very Impressed Rills are made of and what be put on a table, I I
were hosts at a delightful buf j i his eighth birthdayMonday No i welcome sign, and voted' Uispeitd .
I with the friendliness of the' do they have? Doll. Instead dolls of tha same typa. ,
fet supper last' Saturday evening afternoon when his the money for a noedetisiitn .
i
American people. of a pocketful of snails and names of the children entering& ,
at the Starke Golf and' Miss Vulah Nuval of the!" I| mother Rave a party for him puppy dug tail*. I their dolls will be on display In front of the chamber

i Country Club. Philippine Inlands presented a and IS friends at their home The Staike Woman's Cl'ibat ,I, during judging;. from 1 'until Off iiF *.

\ Mr. Oreen who is Public 1 folk dance of her country by: t I on !N. Thompson Street. the corner of Jefferson and 3.30: p. Saturday.. Judge I Agreed to step up membership (brJt1111

I Defender for the 8th Judicial recorded music. She was dressed ,' The party room was gay Walnut will b9 full of "dolli"this for the event are Miss Dorothy :, effort, with partlrului l a h I' I, i I I
Circuit 'had as his honor I with blue streamers 'I attention to motel and service
, in a long pink satin dress crepe paper weekend when the girls of It._, home demonstration
guests his law student Investigators and balloons. The refreshment '1 I station who have a low1)f'l't'f'ntallll
1 trimmed with a fringe of crys Bradford County display their agent Mn. rvta Novak and wry
who assist'in" his public tale table was covered witha "pride and Joy." Mrs. I<.plla Mundy, ) of membership In NIT 7 'till 11

defender work. Among the Mr. Mutsuo Yausada used birthday party cloth and I The City Recreation Department Classifications .are': 1, tlrldei the chamber! The opinion was'

I 45 attending were members of slides to accompany his talk centered with a cake deeor- Is oponsorliig a ': and brldexrnald!' do'1lA. 2. Baby\ expresami thai "lI
, the bar association and guests of his native country Japan { pled to resemble a football County-wide doll show complete I dolls under 13"months-old attendants' rrpriwent this n,m. ARKET Every Day!

from Gainesville. Orlando. I Mrs. E. A. Hall president field. Oames with prizes were with 10 divisions and 30 I I diapers kimono and'' bottles munity to the traveling pub

Miami Jacksonville Braden- presided over the business enjoyed by the youngsters ribbons for 30 dollies. Any 3. B.bY'dolla that Include*the I I lie. and they should certainly!]

ton. and Fort Pierce. meeting during which ArticleX. during the party hours. child be she Infant or teenager }i toddler set from 1 tllrmiglr 8year. I b- members of the chambr r n'' ; 'ru Fast Service

The buffet table-Was covered I}I I Section 4. of the By-Laws Mrs. Hutchins. was assistedIn I may register her doll old. 4 School ags drib I or t"umm..n-p." Fell a I+II ''II { } Ill T"l l I Good Prices
white linen cloth sen-ing by Mr*. X. M. Voted to give iI .
with
a wa changed. to read "The Friday afternoon from 3 un- i In party dresses and 5. School *ecretarymanager -< I +

and centered with the "Scales'' Annual meeting shall be held Smith. I til 8, or this Saturday mornIng ,' ago doll. or- sports (!(Mtum..r Pete !Novak a raise
of Justice" filled with the second Wednesday. In from 10 until noontime. ,- such aa most of the Chatty of "aoo, from (S.40O to '.,000.I O Clean Stores

Following; the supper dancing March, at which time the officers Student Panel I Someone! will bi on hand at Cathy dolls e. Native dolls I as was promised when li.*> wairmployeit nmrtua v oOra as ILIC > ian tJltJdwls

and social how was en- except the treasurer To the Woman's Club building to that represent& foreign countries i several month ago. SHOP
Joyed. shall present their reports. At Appear irtve-"rlolly" her or ills as! T. Character dolls that Outgoing .president Jerome L1AV1 as1/MIIK"U Ik Wlh"tPI JUOIcl

I this meeting shall occur the I At PTA MeetingA ; the cue may be spot in the represent story book Characters Johns .said "lie's doing a good.
election of officers who shall show. ; such as Ctndertlla or' job and deserves a rats." .M JACKSON'SVhr
HIGITir rOlMT for
THE
tn .11.\\ serve for one year or until panel duenmton on"School + Orcwnup little girls may enter 'I Alice In Wonderland or. funny I idl
I writ Cons
way yu their successors are elected Problem a* Seen By too. Any adult In the i paper dolls such a* Peanuts. Eight InductedInto a \ *> Your Trade

, select BROOK your Fountain rsvonu Pen.KSTEK and qualified. The Installationof I the Htudonts" will be given by I I'I County man enter' her doll 11'eollf''tlon l or Uonuf this category wiUr.1sA |Appreciated i
I
[ Army
: TELKjORATH. J officers shall oceur' at the 'five BUS ludrnt at the High I and will net 'be\ (In'' tnchda'Zthtbs! thAt ref nI-

\I May meeting." I'I School f'T meeting,. Tux1ay I competition with the younger. sent professions such; a* nursing four. drafter. and flu volununra <

After the meeting, membersand evening:: Jan. 21. at I p.. m. in1 I II tinner*t Ion. Adult. have acakeory B. Miscellaneous doll suchas .. l.ft Htaik Tuesday" Now 2 Stores To Serve You!
I guest were invited Into I the school cafeteria. all by themselves.All rag dolls like Raggedy Ann. for Induction
into Ih* Army,
the sunroom where they wen Plan will be diseased" | forth + school children In the old dolls such alt Orsmrr In''I according to Mr *HJiodaDamplvr. 516 E. BROWNLEE STREET

served from a beautifully appointed [ annual Antique. Show to b* County are urged. to enter, the Itoveily HUlbllUea or maybe clerk of th. Selective<
N tea table overlaid witha ,held, Feb. 7 to> 9 at the Fair their dolls In the show which I iha. a doll that la JO or 10 years Hrrvlrn Hoard

cutwork cloth. Th* table was ''lfl'OUln.. with Mrs.. W. K.Dowllnir :. I enough eaU>iort' .s to cover old possibly handed down Of II called for esamba.Uone 305 W. MADISON STREET

centered" with an arrangementof ,, .. chairman.Refreshments t* -n-s.e glamour dolls to a from grandmother" Ale an In
I January the four In-
yellow gladioli and chrysanthemums -I will b* served'by favorite moppet made of rorn- tmal doll: puppetand any I dueled .
In a silver bowl.,' the 8th frrad mother. ooba In can little slater would I'' variety of homemade dolls tCnllecikm were Bobby belie WEEKEND SPECIALS!
llutclieaon. 8U.k*; WlltwrtCaftvr .
flanked on either. aide with like to enter her baby. rlnllsi' displayed by/
La.1" lli>l. WilburHmlltl. .
CharleyE. three-branch candelabra bolding Recent Births Each doll will bit given a adults or an f unUM sl l doll &
i I yellow tapers* Mr W, B. adult might rmvf.. 10.: 1>..nage 111 I take Batter' and tan Prices Good -- Thurs. Fri Sat Sun.
,, llankvrtun Jr. a Nesre" ofHUrke
Mundy and Mr*. J. W. Kincaid Bradford County. lUMpttal' dolls, a new category added '' .
March Of Dimes Th U". oluttt>.raliHluatx r
presided at the silver coffee: announce tha 'ollQlna.' this week to Include .
'I | in January/ ,,* Darn
I like the Barbl& dolls. OOIl'j
and tea services.Senior birth: ,
II vW' Comet
Long Mlaik"
Johns I
I II Goal Is $1,000The Recreation '
Mr.) and Mr Paul City
I Worth.\ i I Ii r (llnn William WhiUiMMl. GENESSEE
Citizens I I ln,ton. Starlit a, ) I}i Frank Ow.lry aald that, ill'
boot this question,. t tMA I i}' daushterl, Loa.. Isiillar: Edward 11shewAddison
Paula' Jan. there were In* than five, doll.
Anal 9
Bradford County M rrn I Italford. and teas C:
I Board To Meet Mr. and Mr*. Joseph Nor- of Dims entered In any on eUMirtoa. '
prospective renter campaign wustepxdoft" rHitka, a Negro. Marta.
tumbled" over oar lawn January 21 I man. Lawty.. a daughter. Jan. [ Monday night limn they would bo placed t In I I Thr. Pnnn. ha. .b>*mrall.d Full
13. the nevt moat suitable' ealvory 2
I[ Beer 7Be
by tNmrtnr Al O.PWrf when for induction and will' |leave
hone and seriously hurt TH. monthly beard ntMlng;i Mr. and Mrs. Cd.ar'......aq. he appotnUd drive chairman for active duly on February Quart

beraelf. A lawsuit to cover i of the Senior CltUma ash will I Lake Butler a daughter, Jan. and the groiii srl a goal of r I odes said Intartat wa' I i'3: Trt y sect, Henry .....",...

injuries and d.maltCGuld ,be held .t 2 p. m. Tu-lay. Jan. ,,14. I 1.000 for the drive. I I high among elementary rtwc4rhiMhn i Uvugta. .IHutUr.. l.*\\ul..
:21, at the )horn of :MeL KhrtraOVoa. i So far this.nth.. th e I and h_ hop** for .1 1 )f1J,. Cr..... Nw Purer, and
wipe out the profit from will be mad tor good turnowi of doU. I
I ,, Plans Starke Motor Bradford chapter ha contrlbUtd I Malachl Jvnkliu. a Negro
, our rental.. DotGur'''the Jan. 28 meeting of the USX to U>* pnlki organ Th public to invited. to view !I t.m ty, Formost "FLAVORITE PICTORIAL" All Flavors

have Public I JaMIItjr .(club *t the mark Woman'sClub. ;Court Sold I laatlon to help fight birth defcU > th dolta between > ). andS
agency
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ant
Th pedal project will. In nrwtmm babies "vndortlldrvn pot on Haturday onMunday I
301 Work
insurance to cover both ,b* a WHIU Elephant Hale. I II I Aim at Uw orgx-.nl.. from t until 4 poa.tUMtrjtia Halted

legal cant and damage ,Members ar* asked to bring anartkl. I The fltark Motor Court atI wino U to find the eauw of doatgnatlnt lit. Jnd.,:By Flooding Rain ICE PINT
and priced 739 North Tempt Avenue> a- defects and 3rd pUr In each dJvtlontil
from igtjurien. to tenants wrapped birth to that tttfj maybe loeCREAM
to II. eroaa the street from the Oar .... b* attarfpMt to Ih* Unite ( lush
from" 10 ants pwe'v'n n.1 rhsp DUk'iann. Irx of Oiarlnlt, e
and vfoitoni on our pre- At th* last .beard. wetting on r tm RmUunmt. wa* old .UtPrlday Let has .leo helped. to sup xirta for pu U. "ahcrwtna'i, alang H, C eAfillartora four :; :

m1Mtt1" ,Jan. a th* "tar)'. Mrs ROM I January 10. to W, MlUDtion pnllo victim In Bradford forseveral with the naoMi *f tha IJ- laMin" 91 miM) of O at >Ml>

HtJsaJl. wag autltorlsd to I of Chattahoorrt for yvan.Part I "". ...n .....1d.1Iall4 ......
Charley E. John |end a telegram to mrmhrr of 'M.<ralloMla .

Agency I congress and President Jotmun Tn motel I wa old by In Bradford remaina hen and ; Hear Assistant'County *, 11I'11 due In flnmrl nrwllliana "BAVARIAN SELECT"Beer
jr j I In behalf of the 5O clt j (Ralph P. Borchardt who has' la.UMd wUr far Inral rvaMtonU.to IvUvwing. ........*! raln
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'iONE:- 16--0121 I members. asking for their *.p-. moved hi* fmlly to ..nooC&tift. I be sw'' if at trx dlaeretlnn Agent

port ot tit* Kmc-AixJrwi BUt he ba purrhaard another of the kneel. troop' with Ih.. aid}I I I fattOrtglAally planning .to altutfor

131 S. WalMt St. II I No.! Ml. pro 'UUi,.. far m* Ueal motel Ttw OrlftwoudTrw of VM Bradford IfvKh I>p.(. 'fWt, Tartor, Bfadfonf Conn.ty's 4csts a month, to wall far

I ear. ender aortal amtrltyT > nw rvf*r_ win eoiUnu}< lArwrtor Onfurytold Uv* now aatoiant aounlya iMals to dry aft." the gogntwnrnow 6 Bottle

U. U**> In Cnattanooeh where ..I'OI.IIPha4. "_ oua of every .,nt.. waa' Sot ...**tir .. p M.. |o t+*un operaUMW 7SCGRADE

they own another taot1.Uanacvr I It babM ben hu. a sMftlfl th* MvUmTiH "I...'. Club nst seek, Mnl*** im**> Carton

c rnpM, Mtj AT ClaWS Seri of Ow Btark ...... btrt* wfvrtr "atlonalatiov mppe mine Wander night I ram Th wind and unf
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** ""M e.e a.we.c-'... test Le..r..1.1.J-r" Wotor' Ctrnn now I* W J, times. a rte* !tal MrthOaaUman derrth. .....la 'fW sigendo $I .f th.* PJM| fee 4*>a .... aVkMttfilng

RvtMnrk who baa seared la ...."'C'\e.'at r-I. ....... watt .,UI 11M yuck. .* th.', .** U"'4t than .!.-.....
Mart with hi wtf froo.Panama at UM MstPwt'. touilrTaykir .

Ctty. fte has heels bra Uar h U Mr Osrtta t*., aorfCha4rWLaa ." ..*. tha: tint .<.11! 4Th erapaft I* sow 1M.... "A" MEDIUMEGGS Fresh

th* mold Mtn*>**i for ISyears. at Cfmrtot Kw u laMm ,, Oo" .wJd W ar aoita*>t 51.11Ivtlarr I.** la.._i__ aaMMUMa of IVt

r M Otm .,,-. .... ... and' .**. *** -w' ,.... ma\ from borrow. .... \.. raise Florida
Price' of J"r14&" ..'. ti.ntmfUoa .. *. \. Uw seethe Manor Sew. M the neat ftAar* II.piie.d Ih. level af Ih lea 50iS4b'd

ass figured traaa *ai mmtary gkee4.1 CMflU Chairman ts Or CU, fawf vnn h* !.. feet alone tJva preset

taa ......- affiaed. to Wayne ....n.... wh' wW Wtn cad ,........ mm ..>.... .tfwt.l. ton 9t Ml.,
the *... fUa4 la) (to* e unt,. rhary as* ytalmmuwmt. doe in *j-to. th* new

fled'. eornr. nM an. a.ft4. Isrr_ aso c.II.e.Uofte. tow t sMnaa* Into ....... at.... New Patrol Do.en49C

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M Un. Reward Meyer, and TN ......a.*. *t tirva.iaJtn
C Union To Meet. ruMtelty. CTumsaA a* Mae giei4seee. ta.-. mg .... patn4 ........ tobey

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I have to about future 'romlLO' ;MP I.9
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Cagers To Meet [Indians Edge I II\ Reader Challenges Proposal hunters' empty' bags. <.(711. Tlii-tnni'c 2.TT4. 'mi
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i'onimvnUtid Regulation
'\ ._ i James A. Griffin. Bllmlnatr) 65-4. Spned 7.<,",..
: ;. I SPORTS I Arkansas Red ;Baldwin, :61-W : For Open Season On Doe Deer I From 1.IIU.8I-I>dlaianoo MP .1I.l1a O.KT to MI.L'NP mlflecommeaded

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Heads for Fourth Win 43 MI'HMpeed
TuesdayStarke's \ Existing
-'. i f An open letter to the Fresh back legislation making it a COSLMUNITY CIIL'RCIISunday : Zone
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Water Fish & Oame Commission CRIMINAL? OFFENSE for any From ILl MP T.841 u> tfJ.P
Town Team will ThtJ Keystone Indians stand J person to shoot another while School 10 a. m ;MP 7940. dllUHnrr 1191) IIItL.otnm.nd.d

., get a cnance to improve their with a ,,4-4 record to date after DO FLORIDA HUNTERS get. This could more appropriately -' Morning Worship, 11 a. en.1 4 !:: Kxlatlns'Kcs'tJlattonKKiimlnate 15 MPH

record next Tuesday, January a 61-59 victory over BaldwIn I WANT GOOD HUNTING be called manslaughter. Evening Service. 7 p. m.Wllford .- Speed Zone
From Sit> MP 7 .40 to SI.D
Tornadoes Now 10-3 21, when they meet the last Friday" and a 61-59 loss .I Sometimes I wonder. I One guilty of this should not I McCormick pastor :MP S 4ts. diatanff. 0 41S ml

i Arkansas Red Heads, a professional to Father Lopez Tuesday One sports writer recently be allowed to purchase a n..omm.nd..d KPKUlatlona

I 1, girls basketball team night.In I said that all the hunters could hunting license at any time in ElimInate Kxlatlnc 25 MI'H f
I Mpeert 7nTi
which plays men's rules, at Friday's game the Indians 'find were" doe. and that it the futuie. TiP, OF ".'r.F.: From HUD MP I 42K to 8L.DMP
: Santa Fe Tops BBS 41-39 1:30: p. m. In the Bradford edged Baldwin In a looked very much as if we I 4. A test for prospective L i ,Notlro! in tn horchy a Final ITvon I D.cr.e th.of t.piirHuant t. I COiL dlmanr.\ 0 810 TillRpir i
mended R..uIR"In"
Ugh School gym. sudden-death playoff ,after a i would have to open' a doe sea license purchasers similar to < .',,'r.'o.ur. ntareil In cuujnnunihfred t niljitlnate: m KxlKtlng39 MI'tl
School students will be dismissed double overtime thriller In a son to rid of them. 13-287. in the circuit SDCPd Son.I .
I I Ij get the NRA r National Rlfla As- (',,Ilrt. of Bradford County t I I
from classes! to attend St. Johns Conference game. i Mr. Sports Writer a- { Fhirldn, I will wli the I )ft'ro.jn.lJ> MP 9.033 to $t.fl
In your soclatlonl! hunting test. At ] propertynltiiaird 1 MP l 00, illmanr-e, OJill ml 1 1I
Battle and nee the Town Gary. Cooper. Keystone with this Is in In flrmlforrt .
Tough Tuesday the game S greeing my least we would be making an County ,1 Rnoummenfl.il itulatlon
Team meet the Red Heads for j ward, proved the star of Key-I opinion out of order. The I Florida d."rlh.d .a: ElImInate al.llnll: 41 MPII
attempt to keep hunting safe. Part. of Rm-tlon 3 iC. Townihip I Hpeecl ?Son..
,. .. the second time in three years game as he scored all of Oame Commission and they I About this doe shooting. I /8 Mouth Ran*. tt Kant .. recorded Ilraitfonl( -zoo-Mertton lUll-
-uraaiora a -Tornadoes- experienced their- most when the men were beaten 53. stone's points in the two overtimes '' alone should be deciding:. In Official, Itacold, Hook 'I In 8tark and vicinity apd
: I i am told as many does as bucks I IS, Pa"* 86 '''''-.pt that part gone ap follow.:
and the sudden-death
'stinging defeat, this season!' Tuesday night when 47 whether a doe season is in or- are killed each season. T admit rrcorci.i In Off!rial ni>ur>lH.x.k '1 From )tISZ> MP 1,4'0 to IOI.D

I :they lost a two-point 41.39 decision!' to Santa Fe's Players on the Town Team period. der. and NOT a few hunters.either this Is the hunters fault. He I r-ordu. of 311.Bradford 1'0. l.ii:County public Florida. re- ,, MP 5.955 7,'on to and HI.D from MP/01.11". M JT i P,
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Rebels.] I arc 6' 8" Bobby Paine ant The reguktp! >-play game Isolated or members of wants meat regardless of |I I total dlilanre \.111 mlIl4 .
Mike Sexton both former college ended with the score 56-all. hunt clubs We the I .

: pay game at cal.| the eoti>mmli, >d H.frulatlona.
Demonstrating a remark came out and began pressing price and the Commission publlo to hlKhmtand : ;
'. capers, ; Tommy ,Malloy Cooper tallied a field goal in technicians to study these th"1 beet bidder for cash at the i 1 4J-MHH MI'| .."1 Zone
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able lack of their former manned to catch all
> poise. not
the Rebels to' four
quick From > SIP 1./100 8L.Hdlatance
score main front door of the BradforJCount HI.I to
the first overtime which these
Woody Strickland Chuck ,. and desired
It was things. produce : I
the Tornadoes were held to points/ but time ran out on lators. Hunters killed v Courthouse' In Htarko." Me" 5.55. tICS ml\
Mason, Dewayne Elder; Ernest tiedand free throw In the results. If after '
:,39 points for the first time them. Erne Jenkins" rebound a every legal deer In the 1982-63 sea Florida bctwi-cn 11:0)1 : ) a. m. lt.'onm.nde4 Rrulatiufle
'S Barnes, ErwIn Land Town- second overtime. which was one has done his part, the anrl ZOO: p. m. on Monday, Jan. SO Ml'fl Speed Zone
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this season. They played much ed a Tornado /shot and made a son [Commission figures so linry. 19, 19H4.trnirt rn motion duly mad. and l lpeconded.
send Strickland Sobers. also-, tied. In the sudden death I
better defensively but Santa lay-up for two point and then Larry hunting Is not Improved, thenwe about that many doe were Meal) i I. trtf* ahc'vv traffic and
and Tommy Webb. play-off he tallied from the should abolish the present fHARI.BH: A. nAHBT ani>..,il rosulntlonx. were dvtri
Fe's Richard ;demons wag guard Richard Hobbs stole the killed too. If each doe carried f'l.KRK CIKCflT mlrwd ,10' 1". rfaaonal andnoc
:still able to pour: through 28 ball as the Rebel brought It field to give Keystone the vic hunting. They call them accidents 1,8 fawn. and 60 per cent of Hy. Janet N.j.kc..rl.r.. COl'R'l'I I Il <*0arv upon, the tiaala of theengineerine'

points to lead his teammate in and, made another lay-up. JY Cagers tory.Cooper led all scorers with but most are causedby the fawn crop were bucks (also !- OlI.I l> I piitv)M\N.( PRESSER! t ( and and authority traffli Inveatlatlona. ,....-.
hunters shooting BEFORE PWF&OC figures!, in addition i.l:wrl4 I
,to .victory. Time! .ran out however. In therefore given for the *atnbltNhnimt -
S It third the midst of the uprising and Take 3 GamesAdding 27 .points. properly Identifying their tar- to the 13.000 doe a to- 5<'> Florida, Jackavnvlll National Hank I Id" of aam. and lIt'
was Btarke/a: defeat Keystone also won the B organization and legislate one nulldlnc 8. Fieri- \rflaolnaof the proper marking
; against 10 victories and it was the! Tornadoes were handed game 28-21. tal of 20.800 fawn were killed I and xlffna aa" Indicated, alao.
the Rebels' tenth win agalns'a their third loss ; I that can produce. Of these, 12.480 probably 12/26-41 VI II for the: elimination of exlvtlnvcontrol :
Against Oreen Cove last three wins to their Father Lopes Getting back to GOOD would be bucks. Keep In mind I wh.r.> thin I II Indicated
single defeat to Perry. S JOHN R. PIILLJJPS
Father Lopez of Daytona
Saturday John Williams pour- i"S record the Baby Tornadoesof HUNTING-What we need is: this Is only the one year we Chairman
It was not lost week by / Beach snapped a 57-97 tie In rTK: host i>Krnr>iKiT: I 1 l
Bradford had of HII&
High one 1. 'For hunters to and about. .
ed in 17 point and Ernest. quit- are talking Compounded or .. ......In\
any means for' Coach Erwin'Land'a Jenkins 13 to lead the Tornadoes the moot successful campaign the flnal.minutean4' went onto I mean' QUIT taking does. over about five years, with cPIl: ,.. TH.%....... ,
cagers however. a. to their 10 win. Marold of the. 1964 season bringing a, 81-119 cage triumph over 2. For the Commission to no doe kill we should really NKI.I: I.'rossNyrII' '
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they exacted revenge upon their record to eight wins and Keystone In Tuesday's game put some teeth in punishment have GOOD HUNTING. : IH l-IKKKBr lIVEN: '
Bishop added 10 points and That th. Htut Itoad llnard at JIOVED
WE HAVE \ TO
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Oreen here A pair of free throws broke
S Cove last Satur.
Richard only three defeats. for violations. I Finally. a word for the lip miM'tlng of U..c.mb..r SO.Ifltlft. .
Hobbs 8 to aid the Why not something -
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day with a 85-40 victory and the deadlock, and a field goal irav conNld rfttlon to thrviiucata
,also 'In Fernsndlna Friday effort Danny Parker had 16 Conch Bob Palne'a lIve offset a last second shot by i Ilka!! this: (tat) Lose privileges hunters: Leave the doe alone rrlatlnir to .p...IMI traf- I,441 West Madison! Street
\ and Ronnie Rivera 13 for the downed Santa Fe 36-28 Tuesday of buying license for I and enjoy (good hunting: and I fir icultitlona: and In parh "a."
night with a 82-86 win. night 14 the Indians, who went! down nia, Blue Devil January for the Commission teeth ., Neil L. Tucker
to their fourth I baa In next two season.fbl: ; ) Stand to -put r**|> rl. alonn with
Even.wlt.h the lou to Santa Starke hu two wins over \: their eighth win dumped eight the cost of replacing the doe Into enforcement, make the the repomnumdatlonH. of the engineer -
; Fe Saturday the Tornadoesstill Green Cove last Saturday 2819 games. at the 'oration or loca- i
Oreen Cove now but the Blue Jim 'McMturtrjf'scored killed, AND one more for the hunter know he must protect L J I PUBLIC BOOKKEEPER
I'ina arrtT-ed h4lfjlv
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sport very'respectable
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and Fernandina 25I
edged 20- :
S Devlin beat them In the I fawn she would normally be his privilege of buying a license Scanty lleail l.oraitlnaHiadford
10-3. points for' '8tone.
rl'cord, and they .tand< 23. TAX
championship game of the. annual S carrying. and produce results for --*oo---Si-vt Ion ZKO10 SERVICEFOR :
4 The' preliminary i wentto
every chanee'-of corning back Freshman forward Ores game in Htttrkr' and vicinity HpevdBon
Christmas tournamenthere 3. For the Commission we wont a a followH:
to have the Keystone girls by a 47- (
a fine '
season If they In an upset victory. Reddish led the Tornadoesover S
can rectify some of the mistaken The Tornadoes traveled to Santa Fe Tuesday pour-, 36 mai-glnr.. to"Y'

1 S that beat tht'm against Fernandlna Friday night and Inif In 20 points, highest scor-;

a good ball club Tuesday. exacted their second victory InK outpoint for him this nea- Fair Association _

I : Misled L on the Tornadoes' from the Pirates behind the son. Teammate Dobert Powell fo Meet'Wed. *

part were several. lay-up* and dhootlnif of .Richard Hobbs contributed seven points, Paul i '

five or six free shots which who led with IB point and MrLeod isl*, and Emmett'

came on one-and-one calls John William with IS. Ernest Akridge three. I The Bradford County Fair
SI 'The'' locals were behind 12-8 Jenkins added 11 and Harold Against Oreen Cove Saturday Aaaocl tl0n'wiU meet at 8 p. m. Zf Wont or -. OM time _ .5 Memorial. a-Ju.... _.. pee _

\ : at the end of the ffrst period' Bishop 10 for the' Tornadoes. night Starke trailed 4-lIi Wednesday, Jan. ,32 at the If cot paid la advance. ) _ 1.00 Card of Thawka, q t* &e wards __ ....

25-19 at halftime, and 32-31 Ronnie Bapp led the Pirate" at the end of the first quarterbut Fairground$ .All members. are Keyed or BUn4 Ada ? 1.00 Over 60 word ._ _- _ Ie |p.r .....

:, going Into the fourth quarter 1 with 14 while Thrift had 11 allowed the Blue Devils 'urged to 'att M so that piano. I Eaca additional word aver S 0 _ 09 DlapUy ..a. .tm a.fIe we p.r ... J
S They led the' game'onca very and ateber 10. Tall forward Ernest Jenkins. only three more through' the I'can be made 'foe the Fair to I j
briefly" inthe relMHind. and g up for two entire second and third
third '
period this weekend with their next! per >. held this springApril 29thmughMy j
when renter John Williams this wekend with their next 'point. In the TurnailiM'ii' two lods. The Tornadoes led 20-8 rifiUwANCE FOR SALE-3 bedroom unfurnished SALE! -New Double bedi
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) 2.L AT UDUCED: !: BATES houne.! Screened 1 > price. New ladles coat
.'forward Ernest: t 'Jenkins and game scheduled here next! point 41-80 l"Hili' to Hnnt" Pfilaait after the third period. Red- AUTO :
I FIRE:
L, Jn case of cold weather thei BOA.TDOYLE front and back porch..s.Hardwood dishes lumber and etc. Mrs. ,
*uard Bobby Moody made Tuesday. January 21. *./alntlPalatka Natunlay night January dlnri and David Slttrunk ld jnee'tingwIll; be held In thei B. CONTOCRBUSimANCR : 'IU&: floors. Nice neighborhood Doric Price 148 N. Church St.
three quick cofoeutlye baskets the Florida" Star Con. II.I Jenkins dumped. In II the Tornado with six points i Chamber'of Commerce AGENCY
They were never behind more frence squad Land' five has'. each. Dale Crosby had five ottlt'l"23 ./ rfca* ....-.$.1 near Shopping Cen- Phone 9691561. 2tp_ 1IRI

''than six poln?..- however yet to fare. I polot during; the! contest.cord and Akrldge and McLead tfehg Read The Claarifleda! ter. Phone 989-2831._ tfp 1 I I Bradford County The Cotm-

Going into closing seconds The Tornadoes have defeat'! bucketed four each. with Reddish again j IF. YOU DONT WANT to 'i I HOUSE FOR RENT -2 bed- ty of Planned frYocrea stamp ,

.. of, the contest the Tornadoes ed Lake City twice and Live giving them a good shot I In their first action last Jeadlnswith. / 11 points. Powell lease!' a new baalnraa IF YOUR NAME IS;I roon unfurnished. Walking ,I tl.14 at Telegraph._

were tr.fling35-41 when they4H Oak and St. 'Au runt In* once at the loop title, if they can week In Fernandlna the,Tor.nndooa :- had six points In the effort building In SUrke, with FOUND AMONG THE I distance to Post Office. Phone'I II FOR SALE-2 bedroom house

each for a 4-0 conference re- handle,. Palatka brushed by the Pirate. and McLrod five.IT'S parking space, and living CLASSIFIED ADS. CAU 064.2321. tfchg Redecorated Inside and out-

-= = _:.=- :: S -5---- ._rtn. which could. IHt AT TilE TELEGRAPlfOFFICE P'ORRiT 3 bedroom Good neighborhood. Ear: r

",, ;:! Z\\ n.;,.. ::_.;- .::;:.. -!'?.. F' ..t..c = 4 I a.r4 for private office*- FOR A FREE house. Inquire at Bus Station. ,, terms. W. H. Nollman. tfch*
DON'T CAU '4-1683 -- .
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BOWLING I .. TICKET TO THE FLORI '
WHY --- -- WE HAVE a selection" of used
I REGISTER NOW for AdultS DATHEATRK. SALE! 'refrlferators. All In working

ILLEGALFor Evening Classes. Mall courseselections' Values to I1J88. during January order for 140 up. SLADB OAS
L\ LEAGUES 1 S to Director. Drawer FOR RENT -4 room.* and 2 for 14 98. Other discount ot BTARgr _tfchs

100. Btarke. Fla. Apply In per bath nicely furnished house. bargains.. Mary Carter -

IS son 1:30: to 4:30: pm. U8O For adults or with an Infant) Paints. 321 N. Temple Ave. I!,I J. Kf AlvareaflASTIICS

TOFFRE Lr.AotrW (Lre.r7. Negro adults contact child. Inquire at 733 N.1' 3tchg 123Peter '

I The J'' fe )I'. won all four Prof. ThompUna. lUll: High I Thompson St. tfchg Johnson- MATTRESS
Any Person Persons ""bool tfrhft I' I j'A' UPHOf'JTERY WORK
Engage
THERESO points from Alley Kata last or I Mrs _Frank Tomllnson ___ I OWN yotiR-i i :?! NOI|1 '
week In the I 71* Lea S*. Falalsga
Thursday Coffee Insurance Problems?' FOR SALE!: Shetlan.1 pony closins; coat.: Low monthly

:liru. M. Firth rolled" high Call The Man From I'121.' years old. Phone 96821S1. payments. Also houses and Furniture Repaired

..,.1.* B01 for the winners. Business Under A Fictitious Name'Unless "TRAVKXHBS"Ooorg tfchft! apartments for rant. See W. UphoUtered A'RerllllsM4fH'lTRESSE8

while 8. Klllngton hoW high net -S S E. LaRua I I FOR RENT Klngsley Lake H. Nollman.. Starte. tfchg REBUILT
1 401 for the been. Koyoton Heights. AjrX For home. Nicely furnished well

''I .Th. 49 r'a won three points S S -rr.VeJmra .... CompaaM* heated garage pier and boat- POR SAL I I New J..rbIp.

MUCH'MONTH from th. Cool Cats and Mother The[ Name Is Registered :Tol.. ,4t3- Il3 Day. I I house.! Monthly or :yearly: Ready mix' eoncre eonereU | ''and Box By tine*

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l.A Daua-hter1' took three from 473-4323 NUM.Aa ., rates. Available January 1. block hoim piers sand 811- Dra* C. A Caa-4. CaB 1FAtATKA
I the Rebel. Trt*,t Qlrlai won ** Firs Homo BortaWMeaUtly See Carl Johns 964-4201 or oaent. mortar mix. rock steel *A '-'U. I ISTAJUU

':four point from the Alleirro, Read This Florida Law -l"! r ri:1!?,:' .- Payiwat riaa 't M4-OT41 tfch errter shell llnnrork. roof I I .....*,. J
........... rrsvel. RnUls. BRADFORD)
1 :!advancing Tt h.t to third place, I Ii FOR SALE- Used plywood. ENOR CO. Phone M4-JSJ1.I .RL FloG .n&l.- ,

and dumping; Allefro In the Uch..1 &c. sq. ft. Lavatories like new.' Stark tfeb > Statfca.FOR AI'
V
'c.irsaa1) I 110 earn. Medicine: cabinets.! i
FOR RENT FURNISHED i! each.. Good used lumber '
... Wn La.t 1 I 13 'RENT Furnished apartment -

LEFT'AT ''J M'a. siLl 14'. S "It ahaU. be unlawful fur any penon.r........, M 4.t1a.4) ........ t. | lovely, modern one bedroom used) plumbing supplies.' Jackson -I FOR SALE I kerosene! otlheater. at rear of alar. 1>1
Fine condition. lor-
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I Duplex apartment. Lane / Building: Supply Starke.tfcha N. Temple Aw Call X9-2M1.
'Alley Kata 31 21 engage In bunJnetM" M herein defined under a flctlUovM uai am karclta. l4r i closets, private driveway nice fire Card Index File. 1 larg-' UchK.

TrlMt Ctrl a* 23 fined. without and unless _ld flctltloiM$ tutibe ahaJI U rei.tared wltk tile location near BUS. Well. !FOR -SALE -Solid-- rubber--tile- wood heater, Abestos Shingles.

Mother A Daughter 3* 24' clerk of the circuit court of the count r where the arlaeipaj place cf ketj MM I hraled. Kemner apta. Apply 3 8tlilck. Beautiful colors. I lot Church. window. All bargain LAKE GENEVAINDUSTRIES
Rb1a n OWN!
244 i 133: McMahon St. tfch: price Apply
Direct& from factory at
I 'Cool? Cat 23 24Ar'a I. with rrrlatratlon fchall] coiutlst elr flllnc wltk tke dev afirteall. .a at. -- price Tabernacle. office. tfch
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N' .WrY DJXXXVATED:: furnUh you can afford !M R Judd
.. 21 at fldavlt alined by all Intrrctited penona, lltathtc ..dcr ..tk tke ..... .! 'd apartments. On. and 127 Lafayette St Phone
THE, ''AU.grnu. 15 37 .fl thoM lateresled In the baainetw MtecvriM, U. extent ef tb. .Imtereait two bedrooms. Reasonable. 51151. _Call.. evenlniM... _tfhjiOFFICE before buying any other Encyclopedia AUTO SALES
rwiunirr i.r.tar.Oatway : : Lights and water' furnlsked.S -- -- M. A. Payne, your I USED: FURNITUREAND :
I of each, and the fletltUua name ander wklck.1d. kejatfaMeM .kf canted Contact 431 Center St. srI MACHINES local representative. sine I 1M< .,
three APPLIANCES
won point CLEAVED: REPAIRED
from tH* W Auto Parts In .n. Said rir1..tratloi may n fbe ...tI. antU the yerae' ** tt. |enwu dealria. ito I phone 964.719< l ,j STARKE TYPEWRITER P. O. Box 103 Phone M4-)1 -Alwar rVUw Market

END the Ladle Twilight I>ajru. I mirage In bualneiw' under a flctltleua aaat aKaE. ; kar a4tTertla. d kla. ec __ ttchsI SERVICE ._ __ aFETTOW 1 and CLEAN":
ZIP CODE STAMPS FOR "
(this week. M. Jarvl had. high their Intention to register said flctltleuo najne at l.a. MM* a week.. fer rea I HALE: AT BRADFORD COtTNI -I' Rt. 1. Box 31. Lawtey rtOlUST OBEY That I.". ...

series BJ4 for (l4tewey. while, p ((4)) coru> OF J. Ward rollod a 043 for I> A NormanMET1O : M4-41U
Lrvy Let trUl
i where aald resUtratlon I I. to be made, and aid ngtotratiM aaal ..l W' LISTINGS NEEDED: I ----- .- a
W. ,N10HT M4.M41 945.1972OI5TTNriy's
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i "DELIVERY VAN Geneva MoWl IloaM.
accepted br the clerk of the circuit court except apo recvtrfaff >rea< .! ornv.. r-4-te>4aat '
Tn..t la. rurllo won all 1 truck equipped for camping ; FIOWWMW atvl Park

: THEMONEY four point from Rtark Art ueh puMlratlun. I IUIYEIISI excellent condition. U D Qa<- 'Who Ftovara Aayebo 1 Sooth .1' Keyatan*

Servlr. and Hle.py Hollow From Everywhere. wit phon 4-013l tfch.. lIeU Height niway 100
Qei
took three fl'OmV.I... Kleftrk. If you are engaged in business under any name STROirr KKALTYMr : P'OR RENTS' Nicely)' furnished ----'J-.j i<
I> Brown
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)CU"".. Inauranr won four Mary 1 bedroom rottaae Large! Uv For Monuments FOR ftALJS13 fU IAb.VtY

S from Andrews n",." while, Ilranth Manager tnt room and kitchen. Mjdcrnconveniences. ,.Trmller.) 1 ITlcelVent for coup!ta.PtIo. .
Hhray Ttl M I.. lUmptaa Markers. Etc. M *t. 4TS4TJ1. -
n."m Jewelry took three point other than and have had this Newly painted Keystone **
not
own name n- 4.MleMIF .
from Qoodman' Gulf.5aadISg .. your Lane rk *ta. 414 Lake St.Advilts. CALL ( ._ _

"'_ Lest l MrL A. T Sault, all M"
A. Fajn
YOU WANT: to drtnk. C. S. Newcomb __ _
tfch
McMahon St *
Gateway M 1* that's your bttotnes If you P..... Hc.un I For' Bole BUiosainc Pot
advertised and will be .
Trl..t Conat. :87 I' 111 properly registered, we want to stop, that's our business INCOME: : TAX SERVICE: PlanU. Fanay. ".UII U.

I Dw 24Mmrho 24I_ Writ P. 0 Born TL. SHORT AM I ">O FORMBSIE1 --- -------- -- --. -- rakrMtuU.. Bnap Dr-etxx. ALaS

In. 3H 30Vtodman Rout I. Stark or phone 471': :! .*Xf) FIRM .n.LrcnTo AFFU.IMCM' J JOood ahrutibaWT-Un. V R. F-...-

( Gulf M :34)Andrew : glad to give aD Information to tIN or OR S-3T25. tfch !rut-mi rI. steed r,frlrT.tori, trt.- iuon. al/ord RiMd north .ftx

11III DrugM 3O you necessary as -T iX"Taot.'BI.Ef I. I). ItllOHEXnu : vlalana., wuhm. r* .. *tc. +r\*. Frton "' .- STI. Uciu8horUuia4

( .'" Jewelry.. 2t4: 301I I 'BK: ME: POE AU- T.' ? C '- M. -I r. )I. Oiaraat opratln4 .r ; mark ** 24 3] I ..aOIU.L"" AI) nl'a\i:'\ ) ...... 94'.3 3IIIN.TbuesPeR hg WSicflZEztw.d seetsry.
Consolidate All -- -- - ,. and typing
Sleepy hollow 21 33 what should do.BRADFORD .. ore DAILY I 4 *
you FOR RF-Tr 4 roota aaJ .-MJa1. Writ P. O. Bo*
I Your Bill Wells m: **. 12 H 33 HCOMMr.ltrt I JOHNNY HANSEX:' bath turobbed\ apartenLPeion.jlIs
Stark, Uehc
<< %L, LKAIifKI4tt : ss-f-r_. .. t ( tte4aea..c cad T.. .rvir.l I NEW A n..EnnUls 't<-lie in TM. _. -
4'- c .. I aUtoe "-. ., !*lrfce Ml SAWSRepair
I i Week W_ L.sS| ,! .. .......... .OW< ; r%.ae> t.*.|7 4. WUaf. FU. .30 I rp FOR SAtX-One> sUu Tick FOR 1'DrT2 "iiimaai apart..
i CorCoU 4aHL 14t1! .. : J hound puppr, sr.d" Fr IIWftI tn Rm C&a: 'WlUUbrad
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Town FinanceLOANS k. O*..a 44 2tlfUarhwell 1 1I 2trl\a All* Make) kill Ba OtkoaL 4S.. C*0xrvsic Br-. N4-nTI, t'dl 1 _
I FOR MCMT OR a.u.x.j: b-d- --- ------ --
41 13 McCulIoch Dealer I.2Z3: $ aft.? I p. ae. ltp. "
FOR BAIJiV-HMM M earner'
i mosa unfurnJnlvrdl hMKn -- -- '- -- -
UP TO alak. fotr Ft*. W* 75'.
S COINTY Franr and. UyrO l'*tlie.Apprw .
1I 1."lSTRt."C"nO'CS-
ty lAb VUU,. 144 pee' Wh.coasJ i" & UricX'
O :34 30T.ma .
m 3WeITy .
: I600.W i' -. PtkMM UJ-T70O. 1ep I M Strati** Ftsna. atrsn er acteedlen- lit IS JIO'taA tte.bait. an an*
Bhell S3 IIOn.
I W&hvigloa St. Fhoi .*.- FtlaMM>' M.-.$41. Up
144<< W. Can Street. ...,,'. 2* 33 1 1et. TELEGRAPH I Will.: ,KCXT: CiniJMfSt Inair Florida Saw Co. I.UJ_ Ua
hn n. in ilbrmn fiat- .. __ FOR IU'C'r Fhhd apartwW'at. -
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; PIa... ;4-9H !''t..,..... A rta K M I tliN'ana"' W1IU, 2. Boa Itn Dvee. N. E. FOR SAUL -4 t*+mum: > o va .> Corner WaMRtoo *-

Stad.. Fb.. .. Moon.ram's 21 41 L _.::.__ -H __ : .l__, "..... "r Itt-A s..tt.. rtwn *...->>M 1111.: 374-31 1 I acre ., land, FIMn* TtJ- Or *4 fist T a ..."'.
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I By Ann PltUi 'world\ : take up the pipe, but I have confirmed smokers will continue Oovt-rnmiMit ;
The/ Report Is In -- What Now? j i i It's still a mans woild-in The Government!' rrpo : said I a carton of elllu't'lt4'a that I'm''I to smoke.! Ur. Ritch thinK new to DIRECTORY

I| smoking that Is. Just ask any that. pipe and cigar snukerv\ going to finish first." County said "The itrvntrst thing that leal proffsslmi I -
several to : female "who cant hat.h 'were\ not vulnerable!' .., cigarette Attorney II. V. Klnnht mild may come of the report Is several years \irro RI EPA IKS
Now that the long-awaited went so far years ago as
g'O"ernment consolation of picking up her I' putters In reluth-i:\ tol+ County Judge T. A Yawn legislation to prevent advertM- contributed to I -
report and its rela- introduce bill designed to prohibit '
'smoking a favorite old pipe-or maybe I lung cancer cases.! Thiaf: I declared "I'aot to do something ln" from misleading the public I "8ntokln Earl' Garage
tion to health has been'' published, smoking. With the failure of the attempted switching to cigars to play it I forded little consolal .MI to, ." but ht' doesn't know to other '
the one big question that remains to be prohibition of whiskey still a. little' safer in view of th? women "addicts" who vmed, I what-Just yet "According t.> cigarette, ads smokrr, U more" ALL KINDS! or
answered is,-what will the Government fresh in our memories, it is not likely controversy over cigarettesAnd I reluctant to switch to t te\ old Cigars were much In rvldence \- a gltl his to smoke to tx than a rrrn RF.pAm WORK /

:do, if anything, to discourage use that anyone will be so foolish as to can you imagine the fair 'j corn-cob pipe, or even the I among the Sheriffs I'i !sexy situ a boy mint smoke, respiratory All Work Ou"nntt'04 l lPhono
of tobacco suggest prohibition of cigarettes.The sex 'taking a little chew"' tot| miniature jeweled!' model tlmtj I deputies but one declined to j to b>* a man Mnybo' 1'lIh""- aguravntcil bv IS9-t9
The significant report, with its accompanying Neuberger strategy woulr leave relieve) that tobacco-craving? were' put on the! mark i aev-! I say he would quit rliiitrettcs tIn, will regulate cigarette nlvortl.Hlng t- Includes .\ .to _In.t. Ml rkUtTO _

medical statistics it to the individual to make his own decision A U. S. Government report. oral years!' ago in an attemptto I entirely because' he might not f like liquor ndvertls- bronchitis F.fn'rF:
seems but released Saturday. Unking clgarvttec catch the feminine trade. succeed. i I InK It regulated' Radio and "Smoking I'I!
to offer whether to smoke or not,
overwhelming evidence that | to lung cancer and And no rite has :yet designed harry Mooty. Telegraph ; television do not curry whiskeyniiverlUcments. being of n .' I Gilbert S. Brown
use of tobacco and a variety of diseases would give him the opportunity to make ,. other diseases brought a flur- a cigar thai looks feminine. salesman aged 78. said he has I If this were It causes a poor
,
-particularly lung cancer-show that decision on the basis of accurate ry of soul-searchlnsr. lots of One courthouse s-vretary. been smoking cigars: since lie true of ctgarettrn. It might doesn't, tasty : 4tadard Oil Servlc. SUtlou
a''' direct. cause-and-effect relationship. information rather than on misleading I talk and good Intt'tHlons-bul who refused!' to b. KtcnUfted was 16 60 years of clgnr- eliminate siMiie of the appenl'1 '' .dix'toi' Alild."Nlwtlnp. :| ATlAS

This ja the considered opinion of the advertising claims. "', very" little action on the part because "my husband might'' puffing at the rate! of a down to II"f' 11-11 II''I'S. I think what wo'l I I Is TIRES A BAfTKRIIUI:
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best medical judgement that could be The Senator urges nothing less { of local smokers kill me' If I taki I was goingto a day His answer to the Oov- mulct work to !savr Is the youth diction being. udllete .- Road 8errlc
brought'bear upon the data. than a "massive program of public education Of some down habitual"purtrra" quit smoking and then emjnent'a report" 'They're of our nation" !Jr Kttoh said i iHe oixtln.iry" habit I I Phon. ...4.1I
This! 'conclusion was generally expected End research" by the Public: II questioned by The. didn't." U making a r.-nl. effortto I nuts was" once a twn-puck-ii-I I diction like \ i iSomething i' 401 N Ten qle, "fltarfc'
Health Service. She also proposes that Telegraph' not a single one break the habit Circuit Court Clerk ('h.r..1. day rlgwrettK mAn but quit { I
for the data
had
already been was found who had made a She has a time schedu Darby quit on March eight years ago und t Is now a I which Includes\ lIT") SFIlVW1Hurat'a
thoroughly studied by other medical the FTC require that every cigarettelabel I clean break' with cigaretter: written In her cigarette cane. I most l 12 years san and hasn't I rabid nntl-smok';' ; ire said' ates a craving l I
specialists with the same results! before contain this warning, or its equivalent after the government report and a cigarette 1< U alloted for | smoked since "I couldn't quit j i that no patent medicine cnnnmke "astern." Dr. 1 I 11

it was cOMidt't'ed.bl the Surgeon : "CAUTION-habitual cigarette" Several. said "I'm Konna start that particular time she once agnln I 'want\ a cigarette now | a person quit smoking\ | The doctor's \ '
General's panel. 'arI1; dCemmentreport, smoking is injurious to health. II tapering off this weekend". smoked two packs a day and at bud ns 1 cud' then but I II I hut may be<
however; is even more uncompromising In her judgement, the Food and or "I'm gonna buy (some o' has cut that to 13.ingle) ('lg.1 would be. too hard to swenr off sad ruin or '''''" -AIVCTAIHCM -.
I in Its assertion{ of the )link between Drug Administration already possesses those stop-amoklng pills au arettes. She Is now trying again I ""u'Illy( thing that will'j' If you want 011. LubricationOowtyrwr
the soon) as I can get around t< i popular stop-amok tablet "I don't think people will\ make a |x'rson quit smoking\ ,, HMOKIVO! Tire a Itatkielmi
jnoking and disease
than some of sufficient authority to require a warning '
It" -.but that's about as far alIt and hopes to be able to quit quit smoking bt'lIu..r. the! Is If they make up his mind : Have YOU de. I ROAD SKTIVICR
earlier studies which suggested that cigarette package labels under .
on
went. Several large' retallen entirely' anon Ooverniru-nt rvpoit." ItoibymiM to Quit; he said ( <*. \Vlnnt, euarka!' "Brttlllt
the danger might be reduced by the the Hazardous Substances LabelingAct NHth i hnve
reported' no noticeable drop "The thing that bum my t>r Hitch sslit Ut the
use -of filters. of 1960, which defines as hazardous I off in cigarette sales In thr husband-he! decided to quit Maybe they won't This reporter .,

In the Saturday report. however, a any substance "which has first few days after the! report smoking all at once, and did. hasn't met one IMTMW
panel of ten distinguished medical scientists the capacity to produce illness to was made public. Now he! doesn't are.. why I "who has actually quit duo to
concluded that there is "simplyno man through inhalation" I One popular brand of "stop- 'an't do the same. IIhll'..d.ltod -- the reportonly\, thme, who
smoking" aid! was I sellout atone : want to do "iMMnethtng. but
evidence that filters have had any "We must make certain that no -
I drug store Monday morning Man''Irwpulni! 1 haven't seen the correct path
effect in reducing the health hazard adult chooses to smoke without full "
k by 10 o'clock and several It might be a rrmn's smoking yet
from smoking. of the risks inherent' in that O
knowledge
phone calls "were received asking '\II'orld-blit\ from remarks' A honor !Speaks
Apparently anticlpatlnfr) ? f the contentof choice," Senator Neuberger contends.' if there was any recommended heard around town" Monday} A local doctor T O. Rltch

the report Senator Maurin Neu- Thus, she would combine governmental. brand of pills to cure mOAt of them are bemoaningthe said the! report would probably 41
berger of Oregon !C\1M! "a statementlast responsibility in a public health matter the habit. This seemed to Indicate 1 I fact i
have! some tmmedlitto affecton A.
week ,calling fpr ,three-front action with respect for freedom of individual that Intentions were I I i "'I took up cigar smoking
by the Surgeon General, the Fed- choice for informed adults.It good, even It not followed up f last weekend, but my wife laid people, but In six month
eral Trade Commission, and Congress. ,I by concrete action. they smelted so bad I had to this would wear off
is too early, of course, to judge
doing she outlined what she j I Rut back; to the man's l i Hive It ui Nnw I think I'll "I h.ltw no ivr rent of !
In so considers what impact this latest indictment of

to be the first urgent steps toward tobacco will have on its consumption.When '
, Humt of IJnevlll
Government Action: Mrs Joyce
o a comparable report was pub-
1. To require health Warnings on Ala.. and Marie. ltou'bura.
lished in Britain a few years ago it I'I
COUNTY
I \ cigarette labels. WITH Janet and Sandra IlUnkrn kI
had only a transient affect on sales, li
j 2. .To require the Federal Trade which dropped slightly, and then con A7r ship. all of lluntlniitoii; six

Commission\ to call off the so-called tinued to climb. YOUR ; : ; AGENT ..11.. James and TlmmolhyBlankcnshlp. ,' I
"tr. .derby"--advertising' claim for z i ir bout of Hunting
The British Government and the tobacco'
ton;: and OeraM. Fortlst,
this.or:, that cigarette as having} ',"less industry, homever, agreed to 1 Prank, and llandolpli 1 Ulanktnaiilp ""S .i' lattttu -
l tar and nicotine" and therefore being. tone down advertising to stop special" ;, all of SUrke: two .li. i

f' less harmful. appeals to youth in an effort to pre- ten.. Mr'.... Dot Uiulerhlll of
3. To requ ire' the FTC- to establish vent young people from becoming addicted QUrke, and Miss hefty 11Y I
guide )lines for advertising-in order! to tobacco.In .te* of (OatnesvlII.
a to eliminate 'those'which! tend to make t rxinonl.. aervlces ,wets held' I
I cigarette:.smoking? appear attractive, to thin connection, it was encourage *? 1 at 4 p. m. Ftklay at thd '
children"land\ adolescent ing to note that Principal T. I. Caseyof K1'1I..de i 1 In Crosby' take i
I Bradford County High School InIfght : M Cemetery with Il.v, Earl. Klf*4 J for homes that need +
SegatorA'euberger has long argued of the. government nport'rd" .1 .tend ..U/Ie''a UIItt, ""ranee.mftnl. I jn1C
this 'cauae and Has introduced similar notice Monday that student "smoking T. were In rhari of Lx "
I legislation in the past Now that the areas" at BUS would be abolished. It +. George ilugginr Witt 0 Jon.. funeral Hum. electrical 'PEPUP"If APp

PHS report has established cigarette. had been the custom for 15 years to aI-I a N du.. te' .

smoking as hazardous, however theproblefp' low high .school students to f yap mnipart. that your .Maw suffW r
.has taken on an "official"atajtu.4 "Far onlY
with 'their. parents' consent, in denlgnatftl ,
,.nd.the.move toward more aggressive area", at' the school, at certain Mr, Jack Frost asked fM\\ to I mukh' furl'a* tIIllt w..tlierjt ;, Few ', .flats lutf lf*tl.f cU your /

:action: /stand. a better chanceof times. In view of the Government. report '' challenge folk to try our .",..r fw growers who hid| i .A r.. ',' KWtrlcal. Contractor' bar a ft** wlrlnfClMKk (
;apcce.s: famous Bradford County CbllartU tooMMa plant. up under rtolheo I -< I 'tom
Principal Casey felt the school ( .ste I.. lp.
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turnips and mustard tr probably wish now'tny ,
v
We'agree'with Senator Neubergerthat could no longer sanction smoking by Actually' can JUlio pull ',.m had planned to, wu tU-.r pits ,p
you I
Tiers' U the only practical I'.r hay"Your With rt/U. IKHWKI'UVVMt: : wlreq& { a ,
approach its students on the school around lie 6 1
and cook 'em and you would I llo tover. 80m. of our pUnt 1 '
I to' the' problem. Senator frank MOM is.to be commended for this stand about declare that they<< were I I *Tpwen are atedlng lh bed'' Horn Can Have"COMPLETE" and J ptvnly t of haply cwllrliM. eel. owl I tO 1I1o

falvored with a hunk of good I,I this week and will cover with Ut -ynuTJ rw>0y *.tj}.y U>.mnvcnUfMn -., 7 .5L
cured ham hock. clear.. .. .*..... They, will plan) .
I ...iy and. enV {btiry" if I.KU* ..U trdnllit(114 red A '
Our new farmer's MarketManager I to w1! tobacco in llth to Itlhof e 1I'
f Ohe-Third; Carrying The Load : Phil Cronkhlt' & who 4, Msrrh. I'eat Control Her* ( new sal' U lK *U .1-trlol l i future. I fJ II
has been here about ala ....b. 1. This ts ml,htv t and HAT
law mil ..... !.
I.11. Vwrr I
selling weather W find out
and from Alabama accuardus i
Once a year the Chamber of Com ride" at the expense. of others" ; anti growing our collards witha during times Ilk. thl that wei __ .....-.... sad I Ireal.d I ,

merce .holds its annual banquet, at therefore, because of a lack of sufficient sp"clal flavored fertiliser. i do crow and save enough b41 y.I .(vUrly 'et |M.*U and r.-

which time it formally turns over the fund, the local chamber cannot Well. I can sure UU you on I We alas find out out hey ..Vtlt*. Man y.vr |>**tIt t' I

reins of leadership\ from one administration carry on a program of work broad thine from experience i from well fertilised pasture &a'' .4 proMMM In 1 loa h.a.l..fI.0 (
enough" to enter into all facets of community they re mighty good I your best buy If you .n rile eiprttmtot" m.soh.
to another. At the same time, development. (i Cold and COIL>ra weather : who .ha to do the ....'Ift.. Just\ .knew a..... >>!'.
six new board members' accept the responsibility U not NEWS but It does remind .1 Ilk.* thoM Ooltard. .hay U r
of directing the affairs of Our chamber' Income, for Instance., I II. us of three or) four I mon nutvtUou. If a little ham Flerlcfa'

the, chamber, as six men retire from i I.* only one-third of the amount actually things. : protein has t b-n added.
the office. Such will be the case I needed to carry on its work-principally I I strawberry plants cannot I 4 Cattle sun need a protein Pet
this Sturdar"nljrht. Jan. 18. at the because! only one-third. of those grow much during 10 to tupptanmt! of aom soil
will i In *. ptvrt,ln ..upped.m.nt .
14 decree weather You I I mist raae ControlA .74 solidi'Jr
Starke Golf and Country Club. presently in business Invent' any financial flNetlf'J1'.A'r
should have already
.. -- note chow big early! rip "
I What makes the Chamber of Commerce support In the chamber program strawberries from Bradford I', .barn add d. li Ie i miMr easy rilKMK.'AL: (: (0. ere.,., '

I unique? It U the fact that of all i County for a ,few POWER 6
LIGHT COMPANY
.'h_. !MIIMSHlarhe. t :
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The fre put a stop to them. p .UUy If your catll .lank
I the organizations) In existence-whether It i IA that greater ,.
opinion ..
our a Rtraa berry planU are i.naveRy ,, pretty lair A stile e.kulatkiawill p,.",". 'i5 .u.
; deck fraternal veterans, or other willingness' and > .U.
spirit of community In good condition This 1 show rwj thai \It la m.*h
-only, the chamber movement can be togetherness. pledged at this time, at sold has nut d._fd the I> IMHW ....-le.l to hold! your. .-
traced beck to trade and commerce: organizations the start of a new. year. could very. plant. Black pUitlc mukriln catty w..ltit then try to put t -

preceding the birth of well be the spark needed' to providenew 1 U realty superior to straw It wk a tttu" UUr, i I --

Christ by hundreds of year. It Is a momentum necessary for the advancement i i .
fact that chamber of commerce' have of our county.. an optnttunlty to writ u..
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weathered' all storm by providing )leadership I,,4 Mrs. Hall letter, but In tar meanwnile I JANUARY CAN BE FUN :

to resolve what are principally We recommend that you support I/ had I.arn.d that l Ptlnctpal T
classed" human problem the chamber. Its achievements repre- j.r'j Fs' New Head I. Caw had pUord a ban onmokjn

O Chamber of Commerce .Is confronted sent return to you in your own Inveet. .r'|Of Round Table In d..a,1s1.4. arcs. OR LETS All GO TO THE

with the same kind of problem rnent. We further recommend that you at UM .hot>>& 1.&Jo.r111 vie ,
n/ rpnrt' '" wn .-.-
that chambers in adjoining cities obtain ticket to the chamber's: annual Mr*. )MargwrU.* Mall tora! b loran>& and hUh: last aatufd.f' t

are confronted with. The ability of our banquet and ball Saturday night. TJM>>. fmanra company employe. was Jot/ >n Rural AJ.
chamber leadership to make the decision who do attend will not be disappointed. ebrte prwtdrfrt of U. Chas ,

that will Iwnellt'C1r' county mot Here too i I. the opportunity to show Mound. Ts bt t..t IU monthsa..ettne -. .
depends' entirely on the support given last I'\1daI'\ nkrltOtrt.e from JII..th.4. CuuMy.eonwawrt REAl1Y.
appreciation to the who have .
men aerr "... Ne, .ak. cNl8II of
by Its membership and Its community ed' so writ and long and who have\ etl TVrnw pew offMvr t'\ft are$4'eIMf4 Rob-. issn*... \ntrn m4Ut ..

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I ,:KEYSTONE, HIGHLIGHTS V' Keystone Chamber Of Commerce Bcaslcy Calls For New City Hall 1



By Mary :K. Schaeffc I Reactivated; Headed By SmithThe

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Keystone Heights ships have been set at $23 ,
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FI EM EN AND WIVES I ing: The Woman's Club will Chamber of Commerce inactive with $5 for associates.

-ENJOY DINNER I I' open a Women's ;Exchange. for several years-Is. be-,i i The board of directors met

'- Members of the Keystone soon. Formal opening is Sat- InK reactivated with a new I|i I previously In December. and

'" Heights Volunteer Fire Del urday morning Feb. 1. The president-secretary and a new ,,, tapped W L. IBI11J Smith Jr Ambitious 2 Year ProgramSupervisor
I:., ''tment were hosts at a dln- I ____
Exchange will be located In boald of directors with some os president-sect, charged Ar -'
tii-i party for their wives on I the little frame house behind ;; holdovers from the old group. with the responsibility of :

fiatui'day evening Jan. 11., ''at the Steadham building, which A meeting was held Wed- getting the chamber moving rj -
I.!u' Fire House The meal was I was once occupied by Reyn-1 I nesday night to start planninga sprain. I 1 City Hall got flooded this i ment. and that Dermody will '

p 'pared by Chef Dick Sun- j II olds Insurance Agency There new advertising brochure Mr Smith. who retired. In week not be a city manager

d.< land assisted by other! you be able to find for sale for th9 Keystone area, and to Keystone last April with his Is Named New Municipal 'ode Dermody's additional duties .
*\:-amen. Main features of the I Irneul objects d'art ,created by our launch a membership campaign wife Elmo was a 1 Copies of a new codificationof i other than City Clerk are1: '

were shrimp. oysters, ]I local Keystone artists and Commercial mcmber- tical Phllrmaceu-I. 'I I' KEASLEY City Ordinances were given i Will\ be in charge of public ,

p moked mackerel and mullet, hobbyists. It will be open six '-_.. '- ...._.__._....._.._._ ,i I tentative and resided at At New Keystone Mayor Keystone's new mayor. M,, I to the new Council to study', works. 2. Handle complaints ., .4
and that famous Sunderlahd days a week (torn 10 a. tn. till lantic Beach: before moving j L Beasley has called for anew I, this week before the Council:: I I to the City 3. Will be a day ..

Clam Chowder. Salads and 5"p. m. Why not come In and I here. Before coming to Florid | city hall, tax reevaluation ., meeting. policeman. 4. Will be in charge .

.to, )raked beans were prepared by see Just what can be done by da, he managed a radio statlrrn Funeral Services < and a review of the bud- Unanimous consent is required of streets and sanitation. 5. ".

Mrs. Sunderland.! Everyone our local talent? in Charlotte. N. C., his .For J ''Mrs. Wooster |get. He also plai'B tc appoint, I to pass the updated' lie Is. Impowered to act with- :

seemed to have a, wonderfultime On Saturday, Feb. 13, there home state He has aLto been I'I a citizens committee.And. code the first reading and majority out Council permission in any

and there was more than will be a St. Valentine's Dance associated with newspapers' '. At; St. Williams he's backed by the newCity action on the second emergency for the City. 6.

uoush to satisfy even the" sponsored by the //Woman's mostly in the field of clrcula- 1! ( Council. I I I' reading.. Then It takes 30 days i :, Perform other delegated du '

most ravenous. Club, at the Masonic Hall 4' tlonIn North Carolina and I]I I Mrs. Mabel .Stanton Woos "Some of my friends may' ', before the Code becomes law. ties. 7. Will be supervisor of all 'J

BIRTHS INTEREST; from 8:30: till 12 midnight. It Pennsylvania. j I Iter, 71, widow of thfc!! late Wlli i disagree with me, but I Intend 11 I 'I The new Municipal Code Is' City employees.

AIV\ ; Richards Dress will be formal. Every- ''Mr Smith holds a law de. I'I 1 11s: W. Wooster, died Wedn! -- 'to dedicate my two-year teimto I L' really.. the old laws governing Haberstroh said it would ,

Mlfis Andrea Stacy Richards one Is Invited-all ages.", Donation : .t w gree from Cumberland Unl-! I I j, day, Jan 8, In a Slarke hen- I progress here. I'm going to>I speeding, disorderly conduct,, save the City money in the-, JC...
was born In Klrksvllle Mo. 'ton $3 per co ple, and ; i verslty in Lebanon, Tenn. I I pita after an extended HI- ]push hard all the time andI I I and other things a City mustI : long run, and ,Dermody had] _

'. Oct. 9. The' first child/ of Mr. j I $l.0 stag. This should be a | and attended! prep school at 'ness. She was born In Orahd think this present Council I I have a description of They "figures" to estimate the sav-i

\ ind Mrs Bob Richards |of I lovely affair.EASTERN Riverside Military Academy in Rapids. Mich. on May *7, 'will push too. |' have been updated and codl- ings to the City each year '

Kliksvllle. Mrs. Richards I Is : STAR Gainesville. Oa. He is a member 1892.Mrs. "There hasn't bt.con one1(' fled so they are readily avtllI Mayor Beasley called! It a''

the former Lynda Oayle I I At the Tuesday, Jan. 7 of Lambda Chi Alpha social Woonter moved train i capital Improvement 11 Key- I able for reference" and govern- progressive step forward, and 1

Moody, daughter& of Mr. and meeting of Keystone Chapter fraternity.! Arlington Va. to Keystone' i stone that I know of In 151', 11nll the City. commented that It would*II REAM

'II Mrs. Chester Moody Of Brook Eastern: Star, Associate Ma- A 32nd degree' Mason, beholds Heights! several years ago, a id VPWI We have stool on the I I The Code was prepared by I make City Hall available to

!l' n Day Circle. Mr. Richard tron Bel thu, Ward was escorted the Royal Order ''of later made her home with Her :treadmill of complaceny.I a professional coding coz'poralion -''l I the people on a full-time New Council ChairmanMELROSE

,H a senior at MissourI State to the Worthy Matron Scotland. and is a Shrlner anda sister, Mrs. Pearl Wlngenbuch. There will never be progress i Cuncllman Roy Watkins -'i I, basis. Dermody will be.station-l
Teachers College of Melrose. She was a member i until our tax str'teture is reevaluated -''I| objected to passage of the ed at City Hall almost all day ,
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Phyllis Ilunsey, thus advancing member the Scottish Rite I '. ..........A........
Mlf.* Martin to the position ot' Worthy 'He also belongs to the Ellu, of St. Williams Catholic our town hall I. a L new' Code unless citizens> -when he's not on police duty

Miss Ruby Martin was born Matron 'for 1064. Fbur members l BIIh SMITH: I I I and 1 is a member'! of the Chilrrh In Keystone Heights. ,disgrace," Beasley said at 11. cmmlttee approved It first. He 1 Instead of the two hours he'

In Starke at Bradford County of the Waldo Chapter assisted New < C. C.. ."re"ldent Episcopal/ Church In Keystone. Besides Mrs. Wlngenbach.) Tuesday night's Council meeting -, 'Was the only'Councll'mC'm' 'I, spends there now. '
'Hospital 'oh December U3 the In the work of r the Or- A man of varied Interest I I she lit survived by tour other ; :, I who voted! agali.st It. i Dermody has resigned from

llrct chld! of Mr. and Mrs. Mr Smith was also instrumental sinters: MI's. Henry Kline j, New Council Chairman Bill I New Councilman C H. the Clay County Sheriff's By )\\1..... Alice: RotbhsinmerPVV'V'VVVvvVV'VvvvvvVYVVI

:. David Martin of Lake Geneva ,>'der.After the general business York'City. In forming the new Bloomsburg. Pa.: Mrs. Edward'I. Beam agreed with Beasley, Habt'ratrohalltO new chairman ---1, Dept. where he was a deputy. II [

Trailer Park." Mrs. Martin in of,the meeting, a special tribute At the Jan. 12 Morning Keystone Quarterback Club. R. C..rbett. Keystone' Heights: I that "it's time to take pro-, of the Law and Finance ,I Dermody will keep records, of '

I I t the.-former "Paulette' Tyre, was extended to Mrs Worship service, 'the following!! which has as Its main objective Mr*. L. Meier, Brandvwlhe. gresHlve action." Committee pointed out that- (, employees' time cards andi Duplicate'Bridge

I daughter of Mr and Mis. Roy Vera Ownbey. 'treasurer, for ortlcers 'were elected and .Installed the awarding of trophies" Md; and Mrs. John Yates (iuU-k Aeton:' Code had nothing to do with i wll lauthorize purchase orders Winners of the :Melro','

Tyre of Keystone Heights./ her many fine courtesies. She, by Dr. A.'C Holt! ; and sponsoring a banquet for Rlverdalo Md. i| The new Council voted fouri ''I the Charter' 'and under the I for the City. Duplicate Bridge Club .lor iae'.

I MORE EYE-WILLS !has nerved faithfully''and long Board of Stewards .*.. Mrs. the Keystone Indians football I 1 Funeral Mass was held at I,i to one. Council Roy Watkins. ,I 'Clky Charter, the council was il I PUn to'Build Hall week include the .following
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The following 12 people assigned In an exacting task, and pro- Irene Williams. A. A. 'Brain- team at the close of each sea- j I 10 a. m, Friday In St. 'WIl-r dissenting on a new. City empowered to act on. a code. : T think the majority of :Mrs. Roland Bryan and Mi

I I I.. their eyes'to' the North vided the Chapter with some erd Dr. Jesse Huckort.' and C son. Hams' Church with Father Code. They also created a Hew, "This,.will just hold It tip 1 /people want a new City Han" W. H. Davie, 'first place; Mr--

I I Florida Eye Bank for Rettor- .of the most unique.. and appro- A. Titus. Con tin uln!&'. membersof Mr Smith Is enthusiastic i Thomas P. Kelly officiating.I' position of City Supervisor,,, longer". Haberstroh said. The Mayor Beasley said. Beasley, W. E. Johnson and Mrs. C I L

: inn Sight Inc. last week: Mrrciina priate. courtesies, ever, witness thq\ Board are Mr*. Olive ,over' the outlook for Chamber ,t Burial was in the family plotIn : |I then filled the position and I Code will come up for a second .I who will appoint a' citizens Fridges' ,' second place: Mi-

I Oliver Smith,. William ed. Stevens, Mrs. Mabel Husbands -, ,of Commerce' activities In 'Melrose Cemetery under !I set a salary unanimously.' reading at the next regular committee to make a long- :Mary Cook and Miss Iva Hilijrer -

Leslie Smith. 'Jr. Marshall The special Christmas pro Lt. Col. David Nelson I]! Keystone; and Is looking to an direction of DeWitt C. Jones 11| They set the municipal I meeting of the Council. If range study of Keystone third place; and Mis 0

Ream, Leslie Beam' Mrs ject of toy. contributed by W. L. Reynolds Sr.. und An-' ,active board of directors 'to I Ih..lp |j Funeral Home.GRANDIN. judge's. fee for trying cases" at' the new Municipal Code were' needs says the City should be M. ..Allen.. Jr. and Mrs. Ra\

Yvonne ''V. hon. Cyrllle J j Chapter member were sent thony Baker, I I ] Implement the program -| t3,90. plus the city clerk's fee, In effect a special meeting able to take action in the next ,, Stamen fourth place

Vurhon,.' Herbert Nelson. Mrs to a Crippled Negro Children'* New officers of the board oil l! Member of the board, besides : I of 1lIo-thus making Key-, would have to be called wlth- several months on a new City Wedding Anniversary
Mary Lucille Nelson, Bill Hospital in Orlando. Under trustees are William Re)lIoldH Smith al'pIi.: Watson rVV Vt V'VVV V V V V VU..yyy V'S I stone, Court costs $.' They ID- p In a week to read the proposed 1 Hall. A celebration will be held

Beam, Scottie Beam. Frank the Library Committee's' chairmanship Jr.. Raymond Stamen, William I' Hardenbergh. O. E., Wiggins/ !proved. a new traffic light"'I! ordinance a second time If unanimous -. "I! the Incerase in cigarette for the 60th wedding annlvei! ,

Jones' and Mrr, Bonnie Jones.If Mr*. Sara McDonald Wain and Miss Oertriide Gordon Purdy Raleigh Zlke. purchase to be handled by ij I consent wasn't, given 1 tax refunds this past year or nary of Mr. and Mrs. R. M

you are Interested In has asked that members, contribute Houser. Continuing officers I| James II. McEachern. Joe.. R. committee action. I for the ordinance the first; ,I In the future. were kept for anew Cason on 'Jan. 26 from 2 to 4

Joining the ever-growing' articles for handwork are Fi'ank Ilgen William Few,. Theis.' Roy L. Watkins Bill I I They voted to instruct MY. time hall we'd have building p. m at the educational build

roup of eye-donors, do call for the patients state mental' Myron PrevaIl W J. drollck. Lee. John E. fiddler, J. II By Clmrleyene' PrantleyaaaaaaaaasaaaaaA. ron Prevatt, acting aa attorney I' At first Beam was going to I fund in a very short time," lag of the Ellam: Baptist 1

Jon George M. Schaeffer ,of hospitals. Mrs. McDonald and J. W, Warren. Dennis. R. L Walker Oeorgi I for the City, to go ahead call a special meeting but an Beasley said.Beasley. Church. Host for the even

Die Keystone Heights Lions requests that these Items be Reports. from various de E. LaRue. Wally Muhlhofer I with condemnation proceedings I after-meeting thought by Law' i, suggested that a will be the couple' childrei

Club at 473-4137 or Lion given to her not later than ParCm.fltsofth' thurch were and Richard Fogarty. Your correspondent; seems to on two parcels of r I Chairman Haberstroh cleared 11 I| comparison be made of tax refunds No Invitations are being sen

.., Jimmy: ,Eland. ,n -2630. February as the atate Librarian submitted.' >- have fallen down on the Job land needed for rixht of way I up the matter,-since the City j jis I for 1062 and the tax refunds 'but ,att-friends am Invited -'>
The monthly-clrcl meeting. of new reporttng'4tor the pat to streets. In not under the Code yet
WOMAN'S CLUBAt.'TIVITIEK Beatrice Bchroeder. must pave Keystone I- new now, and use 1962 as a attend. The couple reo.ue'-
have. her report by March I 1. ,will beheld Jan. SO M 'follow: and Mrs. Herbert! Nelson l lastweek. few weeks. No excuse Justdidn't Beam appointed. committee -|'I So. the second reading will beheld base year. Council members that they receive no gifts.
Afternoon circles meetlnir at en route to Miami on get around to''II. So I to study to at the next! regular Coun-
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The Keystone Woman's Club\ Special notice: Election of I way up- I will give the plan thought, before :Methcdbt Church
1:30: are Mrs. Irene Wll-i vacation The Nelsons' daugh heie oelI'll: try to get date tax billing In Keystone!r ell meeting.'
hel<1lta regular monthly .busi- officer will b< hekt Jan. :31. 1 next month's ..meeting. As special guest of the Mi- .
: ness meeting! on Tuesday, Jan, Worthy Grand Matron Irene Hams at the horn-' of Mr*. | 1 1Thornqulst ter. Sue, Is married to ,Sty- caughl tip'w'ICli tJ1@ HewsHhlstime. after a plea for modernizationfrom New City SupervlBorI. I Chairman Btam isuggsstedthat rose Method Church Sui '

14. at the educational building Johns 'will pay her official 'and 'Mrs.! Ruth t tOhlson ter, Sue Is married to the Sty- Mrs. Sara D M-DonaW.;i The new' City Council cre- Beasley poll Council I day evening. Mr. Thomas. >
; Mr*. Sara McDonald's manskla' son, and they' live Mrs. Madeline Kinney and tax collector. The Council till aiM the position of City
of the Commmmunity Church. tlilt at 8 P. m.. Jan. 93 In the | members on the people he decides native, of India who-is attending ,
.1' 2 p. m. On January 28. they Masonic Temple. A banquetwill meeting at the home of Ml*. 'In Wilmington too. Mrs. Ruth BiMiJamln.returned 1'' take appropriate action next > Supervisor, and' then apporited -: he would like on the citlcens the University of Florida
A. A. Bralnerd; Mrs. J, V. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Cromrr to Montlrello, N VisItor amon'h'lI 1 month. City Clerk Bill Dermody to
''ill have their' monthly covd be given In her honor at | I committee and then the gave\ his Impression of th
':- dish luncheon also in the the educational bulkllng of the Perry's' with Mrs. W. C nv.j 1' and children are' now living vilst with their moth. ,I They! Instructed City ClerkBill I the Job. It pay $75 per week Council could appoint the Christian Missions In hi-
ron and Mrs Bernard HloI I In their lovely'new. home!! on er; Mrs. Hophle Schneble. Dt> II
Chutch'at rmody, also the new Haberstroh Introduced the
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i lucatlonal building of the Community p. m. same committee, for, Council homeland. On Jan. 19. b gti '
comb co-hostess" : Mrs FloydKoona' 'Lakevlew Di iv.'. near NelRon'1Point The holiday guests of Mrs city supervisor to get bids for nw. ordinance creating the
Ctmmunlty Church. Th.> Tickets Are 13 'and may bto i I action that the Mayor\ ; -spi simlla
: Cromera formel'ly I )mchron, will begin at 13:30oon. : secured from any ,officer of i circle meeting at tlw'' tMd. The [ 'I roughing/ In plumbing and I position and (got unanimous i I Iconsent points at the February meet- will be presentedwith
There will be an Interring the chapter I j home of Mr*. Nettle Stitch-1/ I lived on Peach Btr".t.1' rln* were Mr and Mr. Bob wiring. at the> oroposed! new Iibrairy to waive the second ing. This would make the program another student Mi
the foctbitll stadium Mr. Smith of Jacksonville! Mr '''
I bnrry. with Mr. Koons 'near The
speaker, whoiM! subject as i City agreed previously -, reading. Dermody will take committee a Joint Mayor'sCouncil
A message of pympulhy' was I i I and !Mrs Lamar dough of I I adulla' of Pakistan as guev'
1 K "What to Do About ,Obdcenn extended to the widow of O>n<* ,, hostess' : Mrs. Charles Wallenlus \Cromer fy'k. .Is employed at Sper-he'I Doualu Oi.. John herring ofC1"iinesvliie. ; to put tS40() in the library I|, over the position Monday. Jan. eommittee. and would The last program on Jan. -'*'
hat If "
It been asketl 1
circle meeting at the home I
fund '
be used
t IterntureT" to for this
should aUo
This b, Reynolds of St. Louis, Mo. include-a Boning study. ..
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Harris Herring. 30 will end a month devoted r.'"
of Mis. Howard Firth) lth i were. 'a r.tl'I'd 'at't\l'ral.' At a ...
nf Interest to every 'civic and to Bro. B. E. McKay. Mr, | ; purpose.And. The! group' would also study mission itudy.Sehwnl .
I Mis. matter of fact he Is relation Jimmy Hya and Debbie Lanlnof i Haberstroh. pointed out
minded j lUxel Davis .aa t no | they. voter1, something that
person In the .comt Reynolds 'wes Mr, MclCaYanephew l!| rO.1 the tax structure of'Keystone I New
Palatte.ftp .
hcwtess. Mrs. David Nelson', | < to Retired General Philip tliU does
: unity. j 1 1clrrlL' obviously nl'.a.-to fix theleaky move not change the'
who died and '
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Metros 4 Melvln. CiimbiM was 1 ways equalizing j The Melrose' Mustangs Ion'
who
live
On Friday, Juii. 31, there 7.COMMUNITY. meets at 8.30: a. m. at >i Kroiner on : roof on City lull as I present form of City govern- (Continued on Next rage) I (Continued on Next P gel'
home IS leave
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| the home of Mis. Margaret, |, :Bay, The name' the same.but on a day quirk ai possible-to be! handled -
v 111.be card dUn' I
a party
Clll'tU'll '
howe with Mi'*. P. II. Taylor 1! the spelling is Just a bit holidays from Fort Dix through committee action
iime of Mrs.. J, O. Hunble on Women of the Church held 1 different! N. ..7.Pic.
a* ca-honteiis. Nightingale '
l .,ike Geneva sponsored by their monthly general meeting i !I J C Varnea of Flora- ,,
Olive and MM
-- meet at 7:45: (mew time I *t Mid Steven JJrIPUTc
M Keystone. Woman's Club In the educational buildIng '. KEYSTONE
home was home from Koreaon MELROSE
home of Mr. John Bird with Mabel' Husbands entertained Callle -
Rye visIted Edward :
d There will be refresh menu Monday< night Jan. 8fruiters Mr*. Anne Tucker ..lstlni4 friends at a luncheon and card H 30 dllY leave. He returned HuUon! in Doctor's -ISI.IM II I u
ntd nice primes. Plan to bring of HospitalIn
the
: church \met a' to Vlricfnlu.
ReU'Cca their Lake Geneva
meet at 8 patty at
p. m. at; Starke
vour friend and to play your half hour earlier *u Die men' Mrs. Fdlth': Bishop of Clalnesvllle on Thursday\
the, home of Mr. William home on Jan. 3. OuesU enjoyi -
i Mr and Mr W. W BUSINESS
Uworltc KHOJivTh. party 'sillt'gtn would attend and Tyre DIRECTORYIAPPI.IANCKS
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enjoy
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teJI" Warren with Mr. Kenneth i big their hospitality ware Mr*. yuitdMrs.! Ella Belis- of Sanford ,
weie visiting :Mr
)< at 1 and do- | (
p. m. the fin* ptouram under the diier- Cooper as co-tuMten John Itlmble. Mrs. A ftOaiiu'it arts over Christmas.Holiday .
atlori 'will be! II per person. tlon of Rev, Raymond Allen | visitor. to the horn. and Mr, Eugene Brantley und
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\ Advance notice' Men's club i Mr. E ly Sittrr. Mi* i| family I
Sunday
Here Is something! Interest of the Dovreiy Mission of New of Mr. Ethel Brorkman wereiMr ,' afternoon : I FLORIST I HESTAURANTSBeildlcr's
dinner at 8:30: p m. Jan 37.I .' Nell Oraynon and her' sister. Mr and :'orr. Horace B i
..., I with. Mi*. Duvtd Nelson's clr- l\lr. Addle Spllmin. Mr*. ;' and Mrs. Gerald lUvle' Fennell of Ban ford visited :Mr

Ij i I tie as hu.-. 'Charles Cu pee s. and Mr*. I IMar..t and Jerry of Perry: Gills| and 1\Ira. Homer. Slkc last T V Service Center I Edna Williamart.O&L"TNt."UDW
J rKK.SONALMMia: Howe.. I nrot."km.ln. and Mrs.. Richard' Saturday t

Carol Gardner has returned l r.NTK%' Ll'B NKWS: t Brockmn ilt Lake City: anill I Rev and Mrs.& Frank Smith I. R. TIIIC. I'roprteeAuthortz.4 Holiday InnRestaurant
to her sludlea The Keystone Women's OoUi'J Mr and Mr*. Underwood
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returned to their home In FLOWXRB:
: Columbus Kan. where he. Is, 'J for bestscores. | 'Corhrun of Orlando. Florahoma SOlids after Motorola pbUco .
:Mike Week returned horn. a Fee .&0"ON***.*)
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-. a high school senior this year minus handicaps on week's visit with friends In FormeslyLawTe.'s
Oh. spent' the holiday tub, 'the three mot difficult holes I last "week! after a two week Beaver' Fall, .... nees'Ic. O* AU MahM iTV i M.lrn rna) OB 1-2111' tnatt.
"(''''ARM? her luireiils and family Mr 'of the court :JIll and I- I' 'visit with) ht" uncl. Dr John IFLETCXT KCMODrXKP=
= Mr and Hr*. If. B, Stkts Jr RADIO -' irmttnWwrlt : :MILL WORK, [
!Raymond In Dayton, Ohio.
111.1..1"I. !
and :Mr Thursday. Jan. 9 I
on
Qulncejr Gardner .
: returned. to OrUfln. O*, 'last OPEN T DAYS WKEK3.TFan :
:: and children In Keystone. I ended with a tie brr'* "enii I Chrtxlm week luenU at after o-rant-S-TV Rental
Wednesday
I'M: spending rtmmrrm r-...
honw and Mr. -
the of Mr.
While attending* school! hi i 1."ny M*.e. and UictlloiStarne i several, with R Keystone
day Mr. and
.r-t- Height I7S-44J1
1 1t Kn.... Carol .la living with *, This event was followed Ilamei' SIkH .'sf'Ie Lt. Cot and. Mr*. H. B. stker* Sr: Ate ("ute* Itatll.. Fwu

I.OU'JTII)) ; i her grandparent Mr and 1 by the monthly bune Mr Jimmy Bikes and children Mr.. Ruth RPO'd.nd Mrs. Mill-work 1 Blork JlortJIft..s 14gMKF.YB'TOS
Charles'Sike's Shop
Mr, Jo. Hubbufd Of Culum- meeting' and a eovereddjdlshItutrheon ) I of Aununta. O*.. Charleyrn Brant"" Reed AUTO SERVICE ., H3lftS
of OrUHn. Os and
bun. 1 1Mr the home of Dens
at
'
\\ IT!Z" O. vlll and Johnny, were \P'aSt"II'" | CAiuxrrs ooomsWUrnOW
J t < Frank Walter of ln* *. -
: 1I.llnl.I' Chrl'toff
and Mr J. II. "
Oat and Mr. Crwrlry KU.or. and I Ison ;: REAL ESTATE
of Jukk1tl\'m. 1 The ladle also completed FKAJCMtCKXXXS
spent Uturday i
with.. Mr and Mr. FntnkKlatfltey
\ of Brooklyn Lake : Frank and Mr llennles. plied ,- 1 Ketch taktnc l low ssnua (ItIt-on f'i 'and family of Jaekwmlll of I
.
SUtike visited\ SALTO
[ Mr- &
Sask Ma YeK.r'isan
tnlf at the. Keyiton' Cluo'i' :34l,I. and Mary Broka Low ;were holMar ueU of Mr andMr a 't... Tim' Ore
( B Annie Sites 0und.y sfleyyuooss. ..&*&. BATATVMOKTOACES
In the aflrrnuoit. oblivious. ofi'thr 'Net t Mow* I* I II Sike* We hd Torn 11001p AJ1 SIne! Hefeb.t,,
I 4UI'a wind lona tn-4J4S
s
Mr:*. teeth Oraln.er re- ( .
rain. I This TrmmUy, a Ladder lafertnMtMi ... ..... ?VAJSALIKeyec.
eartj Sunday nK_nln.. It blew A****..
Art) you opllvaled( by the linen excited Mr and, Mr. Chester MvMidy I Tournament will .beiln.rr I lured. a weeks home stay but In TnurxUyaft PutnamVmortal down tim *>nd .branrtte*. On OTE.N T A. M. 7:30: P. M.AUTO MtKSKHVO.:" / ; .... ....".. TeL 571-419?
are rsltltng around In an al. TI) III.R: VIblUft
< tn "'la" tell on '1110' ekrtrtc, wtr. at a.-- I... ... I
*
opUal, 573-4219
: by the appeal -b re*I hie, ** from the moat empty, houe Brook the I .
,. on This evening being Vr and Mrv Charles" KUl cur hotw and shorted uut the ,, .N.rwy ns.rk T-a.-. .. Of S. E. !McKay' Realtor
quiet movement? Then you have g touch tyn flay Clrrle' the.. days. I third 'n"n"", (.lr..d11 l of 't and Ricky of Palalka. ( 'trr*. w. hd quit
after the departure. of their I She month the PTA will'hold w,.. itMisind. Mr ami Mr of fIre for a few nitrate* 9 ni)* STORE :0.- P's ... Rk. ...-. ............. t.ab. &isswc S
of new car fever. Viwlt the ,howroomi ChrUtma ...lt r..Ir and I IMr It* retutar\ meelln at, the I the m\m\ burnrd tn tao,
Ebes'', Iisnhliysad faoallrat 'ft&
*. Bob Hteh-rd* of Kirk.. l Ck-hool CifHorhim, at U o''qiok>,, I On Friday r rtu*. at Pa.n 1'I.: .a I bsek .. e-.. n. 'a .11.

t nd cruxme' your favorite from the akck vtlle. ),111< -Mr. Richard BH. 1 Pnot II. Abell of M.tow*. I I on,S10'41VSwrd Raison hun a Church' at T JO p m. there Western AutoI,I. ........... n-a ....,s4. .....

ana their daufhler. Lynda. I l retired" t'*", MY <
    r.* onHrnrr { waR tw. vein ro..l and a .'.,..... ... 0.. rt.a. ralws.t .. .
    '
    tk'ctalI .
    NUf'on' Itpil.1 LIZ
    insisite : "rar.-l'
    new ntodelit. and come to The s3.l e'4ybwtk.
    Keyvtoeie
    o.YW ala the Pkh.ards'baby .", I I'-...- desli&'flItrtIOn&
    B.b4 Trxafurtr Mont foe Auociate
    Uv .
    .taes iThiesdey -,.. Store' .. .. V. 0. T. '
    And""t.t")' and stan I B... s ..... apm ...
    i itrw ( t'tO'" :iITIE Town rVoiO Th In -'
    Stale Dank for young .
    easy convenient financing.I ...-..-.....
    MiMtdy sets Bttbb*. win Membr f>f the DQPOII" 9itab Pawth *f --tn-, II...H are also a InvIted to e *nv* A p.Ms,3.q. ,....sS lSles. 'seawy. bss. ean'

    .... had brett emyioved; at 'C"aawCa.nall't'l'1llO. ;11 mIne Employe..*' CrMH tn' ..*. a .vktal. ,ur.4 ofCrs... A... A... ........ -... w.n_ ,.... ...-..
    i Kennedy 1 and .
    I i iI kiss 's IU twill llwtr 1 lid Ann r\lU, ."nT omrnru C. Carnes NurseryU
    .
    KEVSTONE I STATE BANK cn Rr *4 Mr. VIsa HrI i.ee... .pprty ...
    I how at fVUMCvU Junkw. .,,u'sl 1 M..tisk. < ,IK 1I!>t1l.k. I GktDt':" *. Iia.pr.-
    Cuip'e, and these ...Pwor' uwMr ML K:.. Of ...... Isi .1. tVIs.Ott
    ]'Vmenurr Sehoni CsfrIhw 4 Ota .
    V.-1na I. L C. ZIYTOIN _MeIn and Un. W4trwn ,Itoo"t n,1 .......
    51-yesu.
    "aUCl\t: Carat ''sjt--------' .... --po- T -U at and lUO-rt Cfertr .
    J In her Frrchntan y-r .( J sI. II WeesNp 11. a* S ..... -" P'.Ms.. ......
    N** Vk Wi. .+t. .MCint S-M P-- 1a43a.sjMj
    I
    the: Lnli.rwity 6C 1'1..n4a h-alnlRa t.'ftIoc\. ,.. ...
    .
    ..... In Miihui' ,.. ,h* ,..a1a1 :\In. AMU ....* 41ft VT*..1. p.T .. aJ. Psss. '
    Miniukl aLet Ui'i., Lists' $sl ?ITig Pfvh-e, t >$ pv 4.&i3ktgbt --.r- HrUk.*.
    d-r of b'ais& ihete ..z: ..
    I < i iiContui *ay e J ...4 week
    ..f Wlla. -l>r Prayer U'.Uing WU4VS.S4AJ. KrTaTuNw' HEXIIrT'S y-. ...l 1 .. I .. r CS-UI4 1ll
    Mrs. V Hen\1J 1141
    a !: s ) Mr
    were overr.uht tue U of Ui .s.4 .. i'Iet rMh t M "a.





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    ;3.tf:! IB 1964!) '
    _ BRADFORD-(OtTY TVJORAPH.MTIRIE.FWHrni: _. r'\GZ $t'INvmvmrnvwvmy : -


    KEYSTONE at tangs Pierson.will play Taylor High New Traffic !TB Trustees Vet PaymentsTo Mrs. Register, 85 Wild TurkeysOn FFA Chapters

    Personals Keystone Plans.Improvements 314 Men Rites Held MondayIn Increase 'Hear' Cronkhite I

    O-en. and :Mis W. W. Ford To 'Meet 'Wed.

    HIGHLIGHTS cf Tampa spent the weekend i ii Laws[ EffectiveJanuary Under a dliectl\e Issued b\ ( Dekle Cemetery William s Ih.I01 k unit Phil J Cionkhlte manager/

    tA&AAA AFrom &..&& A&&&,, with Gen and Mrs. R. P. Hol- The Boa id of Trustee of President Johnoon :J14 I Brad- conservationist with th- lls: i i the Tuberculosis and Resp ,,- ford County war vptrl'RII811\ Mrs! Annie Huidirs8A IU'Rl"h'r UriDA's; Soil Conservation :Maiket, poke to a lolnt session -
    :' \'II1\H' of. I the late' ChiirlesH .
    [ Preceeding Mr and Mrs. Jim Campbellof i : tory Disease Association of be receiving Government Sruli-c !ntatci" that the wild or the Staike and Bradford -
    Page) 1st
    of Luke* Bullet.
    Reglstri! !
    Oakley. Md. sp. nt Friday [tFrom Preceedlng' PazJ) ) Northeast Florida will men! fn checks I this month totalini turkey: t is <'1>111111101 buck to Plmldn FFA Chapters Friday

    be gifts door prizes. enter and Saturday with Mr. and the Pecan Room of th" Oar i'den 115.BOO. based on their OI Insurance died Sundiiv nioitunu In A Wlilli- their population Jan 10. and stressed" the tin

    tainment. education. and food Mrs. J. S. LaCoste and Arthur taxes {, Restaurant. Wedn-ndav This Is pail of a 1334 Starke coti\alisceiit homeafter Is still below what It\ was .when pot';'''('f' of am'lrultui to

    All members are urged to Barber enioute to Ft. Myers. "If we dont set some action has The Florida Highway traffic Patrol evening ,Jan :33. at 8.30: I p m. million dividend. payment bemit' an extended lllin-s.s our rountrWHH' flint settled" yon inn Int'n.

    bring their spouses ana joinin Mrs\ O M. Kirchner and the next two years on needed which compiled new laws with Mrs. II B. Hamlltor and dividcd among veteian of 'I \Mrs! Register sat born In we have mole 'wild turkeys! He" (outlined a prow am foi
    became effective In the
    making this one of the best Mrs. Arthur Smith of Somerville improvements here. "It's OUI"o'n state on Jan i. 1964 :Mrs. John Hsney as I npie-\ Woi'ldVars I and It 1I1' >lIItbl\h. Oil OilI"y: 18. now than wi> h..dlO: years the progress of agriculture In

    meetings yetEMERGENCY. Mass. were recent guestsof fault this time. Chair-1 1 sentatUes! of Bradford County Those. who wean\ involved" 1878 and had made her home! ago." Hans said "This is be- Bradford County and asked

    CALLS Mrs Kirchner's brother- man Beam said. j I All drivers sic advised to The board transacts! the solely in the Korean: conflict! in RtAike for the past :2.1 I:, years CMIIIU% there' Is a gradunl Increase the mi-mbt'is'\! cooperation In
    famillarlne
    themselves with .
    Your Clay County Civil De In-law and sister. Dr. and Mrs. New .'1&<'1'1I the new statutes which affct business of the ten-county will\ not participate because with tier daughter. Mis 11 AI..llon. well-managed, woodlands cnrrvInK It out County Anent

    fence Rescue Units are avail- Cecil R. Hook. They were on The new City officials took TB Association' (TaDAVEFl: of the type of 11111111''''lire they She was a nienibtM" Tuikrvs are' at home in George Hunglns and Assistant

    able 24 hours a day for emergencies their way to St Petersburg the oath of office from former i every bicycle motorist rider More pedestrianand new'. necessary! to 'early on a !MICcessful hold of th.lartlOon: Street H.ipllst woodlands, since moat of their Agent Bobby Taylor were

    Call Keystone Heights Mr and Mrs. Albert Dur- Mayor Lindsey Walker Taking traffic laws by ( crusade! against L tuberculosis The majority of the recipients Church food comes fiom! tEes' \guests at the meeting
    were pissed
    473-4260. or the Sheriffs Office rell of Jacksonville visited her, the oath of office were Beasley the lust legislatuie: than at and other lung-crip( are veterans who are!' covered Besides! her lUuuhter :Mrs The public cun leaci about Plans for attending the

    in Green Coy Springs. brother-in-law and slsiter. Mi H.iberstroh. Watkins new any session' In recent pling respiratory! diseases It bv National Service Life Law-son. she Is survived\ bv: one the Increase In wild turkeys Florida State Fair which will

    284-3379. The Keystone Club and ;Mis R. :M Vlckers. Fit- member J W. I Bill 1 Warren While the public in years.generalhas is comprised of representatalives Instance, which "was" lusutsl !lion Crmrles Iltmhes 1 Register and how Soil CoiiifrviUlon. bt Feb :2-15 weie. also discussed

    was busy in December answering day night. Tax Assessor James Cook and been notified of the new from counties making up for World War It service of Tallahnsireseven: gtandchlldien. by the two chapte

    the following calls: Dec Mr\ and !Mrs CharlesVIng- Tax Collector Sara D McDon- laws through FlIP traffic the area organization AlII'I World War I veterans who anti 10 great giand- Districts i !are contributing to

    3, lire on Lakeside Drive. Dec enbach of Horse Cave Ky. are, aid 1 safety education! sel'Wt'al\t8. chua. Baker Bradford I'hold U 8 Government Uf children their welfare. enprclully In the ('.%KI> Of Tn \:'%
    12. auto accident on Rout the parents of a son. Carl Ed- After the new Council wa law enforcement agencies may Columbia Clay. Duval. :-N.mau Insurance policies ate also Funeral services\ .stir held N"UlhC'l1 t. In the latest publication Words cannot adeqimtelv "Xpren .

    100. Dec. 21. auto accident. ward. who was born Jan. 8. seated." Beam was elected secure copies of the new laws Putnam. St Johnv! and Union eligible at :'J p m. Monday In the. of the U lo\J Soil .
    our deep appreciation
    Roosevelt Blvd. Dec. 23, request Mrs Pearl Wingenbach of chaiiman He appointed the by contacting the Departmentof This will be a dlnnei. meetIng The payments are being Madlwn Street t Baptist Conseivatlon! Service leaflet
    for the kind anti, '*-
    for assistance by Keystone Melrose la the paternal grand following committees: Public Public Safety In Tallahassee following a 5:30: sr!.ton of made< on an accelerated basis Church 'with Rev W :M Uunagan 52(1: ( WlUl Turkeys on\ 9 iutheN many aynip

    Police Dept: report of mother and the maternal 1 Works Chairman Watkins the executive eommltti-r, :\ .. before their due dates as a \ officiating U'II'11"' in .tein. Farms anil' Woodlands thetliarts. that clinic. to us at

    mad dog Dec 27. auto acci, grandparents are Mr. and !Mrs 'and Warren; Public Safety Here's the lint Hamilton Is In Chaiur .,l the stimulant' to th> pt'OnollIt (he family plot In IvkV the time ivf our recent berenvement

    dent. Route 100. Dec. 27 investigated William Pearce of Horse CaveCol. Chairman. Councilman Genei Leaving the scene of an accident dinner mM-tlng! MM' Haneyserver was announced NormalLy they remeterv. Dear Lake Butleiundei '. Copies balmy' be obtAln.tfrum Cathervn. Clark May

    report of explosionat i and Mrs. Jesse P. Green i WillIams. Haberstroh and I hit and run) involving a< the CfcrUtmnt sal would be paid on the annlver- direction of IVWIU C Mr hams. at P O. Box:< ton and famllv Mrs Ken

    church. Route 21. Dec 29, were recent guests of their Mayor Beasley: Finance andi an Injury or death is now a Campaign chairman of the ar> dates of the policies Jones' Funeral )Home Pall- "R.lft: Stnrke VVmler anti I fumtlvGridley .

    alerted' rescue units and le- son-tn-Uw and daughter. Col i Law Chah'malHalM'lsh'Oh. felony If convicted\ the law Bradford County unit of the The action will. affect 4.- beiirers were. giandtoiu of the
    ported to Sherrlf 'of fler to and !Mrs J. B. Coleman. of Williams and Mayor Beasley.: I provides for a year In the I, TB association. :175000 ex-seivicemen 1 Those

    render any assistance required McOulie Air Force Base In i Airport and UtilitiesChair- state penitentiary or $3,000 .j I, "In keeping: with our practice who sic\ in the flr.t Wmltt Irreanect

    at Roosevelt Hotel Fire. New Jersey man Wairen. Watkins andHaberstroh. tine or both. '' of taking these meetingsout War will gel about fd> each AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE

    I'OLIO FEEDING Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Elliott;, | It Is unlawful for the own into the area served bv Others will receive neailv0: Airpark Church 961-2600

    This Sunday. Jun 19. is the of Otter Lake. Mich. spent a 1 1 Beam thanked the members er to knowingly permit an unlawful -. the TB Association we are each with the actual\ amoun Sets Brotherhood
    date set for the second oral week with Mr. and Mrs. Edward for the honor of being chair- operation( of a vehtt'le'' looking forward the btkfkedate. In each ease. depending on theslap DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

    vaccine feeding in this part of Longnecker and are now man. He said. "I don't mlrvi upon the highway or any other ." Harry Schnabel, Prudential -1 of the policy held tMeet Friday

    our state. and locally. It will living; In Gainesville being chairman. but I expect person employing' or directing executive and president Tlie 314 who. will receive 0."' ", C. Jones ''nreUttrid.'' ,Funeral Director

    again! be given at the Key- I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wlther- the committees to woik and the driver to allow any of the TB bos id said. hecks In nraafmH. iomptineabout Th regular "III.rly, i AssnrlMlliulHl I Starter, ....

    stone Heights School. This spoon are home after a trip] take authorized action on operation rontiary() to law. "Our last meeting m'OieenCoxe :SO! per rut of the oounI I IS'stat hrhosat, i meeting t .

    will be Type 3 feeding Type to the west! coast. They visited I t their own. I want reports' and It is unlawful to tear downor Spllngs* wan highly successful I tvV: 1,462 total vptt'UIP"pu- will Iw hold at Tt.to: p in Krl.1s RENTAL 8KIIVICES:

    1 was given on tin( i.ember 24: friends In Waco. Tex.. then onto >I resolutions ready for action ilL disregard a detour sign or, : In every respect andI [I'' !tatlon \ Jan J TT In the 'ArfjtiukHniillst I Hospital lUdi Wh"l Chalr CrutcrwwGl .

    Type 2 will be given on Sun- | San Diego where they were f, meetings." I drive around a barricade and I I I we are enpectlng our Bradford! I 1 It b expected. titus dlnlilbu1 Church .

    day. March 1. Sunday. Jan. guests of a son and daughter- Other Roiiin,.. drive on a new section of road ,' county Visit to be a .repeat of .\ 6f this new money will The protirniti. oil 'Christian

    26. will Make-Up: Sunday In-law Lt. Col. and Mrs The old City Council. under construction until again ,!I that experienceAdmInistrative'' geneiate .added activity 1110- Wltiiesiilng will h" jireiMnitii, I II
    con-
    March Thomas S. I j of 'cal stores qiml' to several by nev taut. "'.1.., pmittir of.
    8. will be Wltherspoon. and 1 I officers
    Make-Up Business
    Our
    stating of Don E. Panxborn. thl'O"1apen I to traffic.It I I ft O O That's
    for Type 3: while Sunday. children and to Santa Ana to, Al Watson. Watklna. Beam. is unlawful to tear" down. I' TRDANPP"are: located In tlines the actual' amount paid, llm ll.iniifon,|, llnptlot? CHun, \ L ft M O *
    *
    Sunday for Tjpe 2. Make-Up visit two sons and families., and deface alter remove Jarksonvllle where. the clerical% dun to the multiple' effect IM.\: Norton AmxirliKlnn.tlHrnthrthixi.1 |f ''It.s nia rt W. have H"
    Williams approved l baaing or any
    << ,
    Sunday of t'ourseIs for those Mr and Mrs. Jack Wlther- putt\ of the City Park to traffic control device.No staff handles dl'l..U'II' \ : 'at caused' by Its circulation and I f>'r..Mrnt, urges CALL WRITE or VISIT

    who weren't able to get'to the 'spoou and 1 children and Mr Clay County for the Library person may display" : on a steal saving to each'countrunit re-clrculatlon. all men t t. ntli-ivl.. FOR 'ANY: GLASS N. F.nSHEA'S

    school on the previous Sunday. and Mrs. Burwell WILhenpoon[, and approved the treasurer's1 i i or In view of a hUhway any Local woik In each ro.ti Tli Vti..na AdinlnNtmtlnn .
    Everyone !. and. family. They, also toured carried loyal points out that these GLASS CO.NOT
    over t the age of 1, report for November and December unauthorized sign signal or ty In on by a .
    three months is urged to take Disneyland and Knotfs Berry' They decided" to hold device which. la.n Imitationor cotps. of volunteer wotkers. i dividends are primarily art'- set
    advantage of Farm while each has voice 1 turn to the veterans of part' ( INC.)
    thla opportunity: up payment" on t*o bills, one resembles an official tiaf- county a a All checks sliouM arrive not *
    to Immunize themselves from I Mr. and Mrs Walter Biln- to the Municipal Coding Corp. i flc-control device.Pedestrians In the overall function of the> of the premium paid by them' later than Jan :35 I th. VA Formerly Jn. Islets C.IAM Cx
    dread son spent!! two weeks with their' thiough the under their Insurance policies W. Modern Store fronli
    polio. CuireiiUy ;oral r and one to .W Q Dowllng Jr bicycles motor ornanl/stloii said Preparingand mailing Itatltfit
    feedings are said to be more son-in-law and 'daughter. Mr They left the rest" of the un- scooters with five! horsepoweror \ represents members on the The returns became p<>", lbl.>" the
    effective than Salk Injections and Mis W. L. Whatley. In 1 finished business to the new less are prohibited on interstate board of tru.t....., because the death rate among i piocfss. and does nut require Talus Top.
    There is no charge for this Tampa At the November meeting ..-..erVl... 'Is
    Council ; and limited access ( men running I an application on the. pInt of I'hon F1U.4UFI.OOI1 '
    service. However a donation Mrs. !frank" Nichola of Dun. Mrs. Sara D. McDonald i highways. held In Green Cove Sprinusan lower than was. contemplatedwhen I the vtteraiM Involved 1 UIt: N, W. 4th PI. (Gatn..vW.I'ia.

    of at least 25c per person has neUon II visiting her parents. asked the. new Council to I The new speed limits on In- Invitation was extended to the premium rates were
    been the usual procedure This Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Tyre. revise |I 40 MPH the group br Bradford County
    terstate highways
    donation should Jack nd Jody Baas of Bun- the present system of tax are The site of the next regular __,. "", *... h ",...... !'. not deter .billing, She said the system minimum with 70 MPH maximum -'- -- m juannriiiriiniiaaiTr'iii' jut; Ti deter from nell spent the weekend with I session wIll bo selected from
    anyone getting the I In the daytime and IS
    is '
    out-dated a'
    vaccine. It i is more Importantthat their grandparents Mr. and requires 'dupli the IrtHtatlon ,presented at
    : cation of effort too at night i I
    everyone Is Immunised. Mrs. J. V Slade storage and be muchj I,|! On four-lane j the trke gathering AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY =

    whether or not they can donate >I, Victor Toiley 8r of Nsshvllle legal because space no tax may book 11i la I i slow-movlnc traffic hh.h.//f fright The TB Automation seeks.Ieluding I

    anything.The Tenn. visited friends and lane except when pa.sIng through multiple artlvlllea In*
    kept for a permanent /ecord" \ ' n -.mmpmf wmrm tm H
    and 'nr'irrnr'irwrn..rrr.wanfrn T wmmitrmmnt rii-nrtmii'iii'n' !!
    relatives here last week. extucatlon --iniiiii"rii ifi'iiiiir'ni'TiirTriir'
    Clerical
    end of this operation She reported that she had' or preparing for a left/ "r-"ioIiIW" ; "; ._ "'JiII :I"n.th'U.. .. .!',......n.AJ.ii.1W'"
    will be search. I pure for tubt'ITUI<)
    taken care of Mr.. O Bedford Brown of turn.
    by the Keystone,Heights PTA. Georgetown. Ky Is visiting discussed her problem with J It Is unlawful) to drlvt to th. and coiitiol of. ftther r".1 AUTO '8AI.KS SERVICE:I Automatic Traa... ...... COVERING; (IIU4IC] : M(1I'I'In:
    both Clay and Bradford County -' diseaseS.Cigarette I
    .
    I her brother-in-law and stslerGen. left of the center line on four- tory
    COMMfNTTY CHURCH and Mrs. R P Hollts.Capt tax collectors. The Council lane hlahwa. Jarkley Motors Inc. ONE I IY HKRV1CC Central Florida Tile I Music .

    I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS and Mrs J. P. Dojle agreed that something shouldbe Turn signals shall not be't( Tax
    don quirk and Beam appointed flashed courtesy "dopLsa' I: TKIfMI-ll AlL MAKKft' ,flinr AIR & Marble Co.etttrrrr Co. Inc.
    of South Hampton. Long as a
    Sunday School. 9:SO a. ... Mrs. McDonald. Totals $10,000 r.r AND KXCIiANUB
    Morning: Worship 11 a. m. IsUnd. M Y. spent Tuesdayand Haberstroh. Cook and Der- i gesture to other vehicles It r CUNTOAL.ri ", S1ifUD4'.
    approaching from the rear I|During November I '. ".1_" 'N ,A ,Ml '".:.\" .
    Wednesday with Mr. and
    Youth Fellowship T and 7:30: mody to bring back a "way" ,i : II .. Gator Automatic'Trantml.l **'* JI on.,. h. I.twin....>*.. COMpl.l. Music Slots
    Mrs. ,J. 8. LaCoste and Arthur Turn signals shall not be I tIe .periaH.* InHAI.RM
    1m.. at the February meeting Itnwiwiisiai ..iHi< by IiahIwinat..y .
    Dr. Albert C. Holt. minister! : Barber en route to Miami Ex-Mayor Walker appearingas flashed on one aid of a vehicle Area town collected almost ,A ,$PJ1VR'S1Yaeisey : on Service NK_UaU *. lt.SI.taiLaN. A (Urk.. Henry *'. >IUIee ..
    Tesissi, Siesh&r.
    the shoulder In cigarette taxes for
    parked on 110 OOft
    l\fra. George Canovav. Mr. and Mm. John Roberts .. Mrli"r
    organist
    a cltlien asked to I lease I 'IM ri.rtv i .urn (' 1KM
    of the highway month of November, aerordlnar
    and choir director: Mrs. Wm. of Hillcre. visited Mr. and property between the runway the 'H' N, .Main INC. Mustvang and/ K_uSe Ora.. ky H..MwUl. S c-.
    made the
    Mr.. R. M. Cason Left turns shall be to a report from
    Warren church secretary.' Saturday strips at Keystone Airport for from a* n...> the renter line Mtate B>vrrag. Department .111''. ."."11 til V. M' .l. *.l. YIae 4'.v.r.sgs. u_ A u...fl. Qull...-

    ; Mr. and Mr.. dswortti O raising bay The Council will as possible and Into the left- Wt.ike led the list with colleetinna I. tssMri.irvE I4P4 or A......""...
    Roberts Wellsboro. Pa have I Ga I.UI. "IION..U OJTII1KAUTY
    8T ANNE'S EPISCOPAL look Into the matter grid decide hand lane lawfully available Of IS,.7t 71 for the T1...* MsKULBl.40 1004 N. Main
    been visiting Mr. and Mrs
    CHURCH. KEYSTONE I|I Roy E. Catchpole and familyon next month In making a left turn you month. B & G Motors CO.OAD..AGOU. I Walttn 14 O-vltl. 74-..40AIU OalnwivUI- Ithaffing CwaUrMOVKU .

    must yield the rlght-of-war others. reporting wwIlrmker U

    Sundays. Morning Prayer. Mr Lake and Winnott.Mrs. John Roes ,Mr. Chapman, 46 to any vehicle approaching' | 1171 12. Hampton. ......(I.II..E1. : rUIIML'U ( :\ :
    Holy Eucharist. Church from the opposlU direction\ 10 II7441: Keystone Heights.' I (; >EN; HUITMK.I
    were hosts at a luncheon Wednenday \1."" ,1 ...r.IWtcr.n .
    School* and Sermon, 9:30: a st their home Those Of Orlando close) as to create a hazard I1.JI141.: Lake """.r. II.IM.7t $ arn O n.pt... Seat y Culture Security; Transfer'

    m. Evening Prayer and CYC. present were Mra Ada Robin. I Thmanner of obeying a I..wtey, 1471 is: ,""" ",., I ............. II1. w.d c.,.I Cling WontM* Msi Johnson A: Paris, Inc.I

    7pm. son Mn Maggie 81*Inert,.Services Held stop sign or slop light I Stop< r.rmt $1022; and Waldo T.... Chi ('stills. T'.k's T.I",", Bg1stadra Cpl. Ua 4 Storage, Inc.orrrr .
    Weekdays Dairy Morning shall be md before enteringa Sill II 1 .. : rL'r.ausie'vSpeslal -
    Mrs Maude Roblruon. Mrs. A I ron
    1001 N. W, 121*. nt. 441 svr$1pLA'rryarig.lzt.a%-
    Prayer 1.30: a. m. Dan Alma Price. Mrs. Bculnh Perry c.lk.I.: If no cram- For th* entire state. the "Novemh "MIl'i ".Up cusasa
    Robert 8 Chapman 4.. of at rIIoNz "7111 ro<:JAHTY* niton.THANMrEK.
    !: walk stop shall boo made a .
    Evening S Hoi
    Prayer. p m Mrs. Murl Hlnnant and .r total tag war tl.'2- .
    Eucharist. Wednesday- s. Mra. Ami Nobl.. OrUndo. did< Monday Jan t, clearly marked stop line 1 If 'I4U Central Hairstyling I.u-.... ......... : I.e.I..o.l .

    m. Mra. Arthur S Rhxmda ofJackwnvtlie In an Orlando hospital 1 *. the none. the stop must be mad I IM.4._1Ieseury4'set1'silI -tv. sait' r.tt1l1. .." .......! A leg ,Iae.S M."EPikEt.

    with result of a heart attack HeWM before entering the lntei*'C. 1.155'" College ,.......--..,..-.........
    11M'nP'rldu
    : well known tti 8lark>. beIng ion where the driver hal a''' Authorli! M.l*. ,A **rv\t\ 114 Fl, W. Mk A'.,
    MUST BsPTI'sT' ClltlUHKKtSTOVT her sister Mrs Mary Robtn- 11.:1U4.1M4 :
    the son of former Superintendent clear view of approachingUafflf Itfttod CraneLincolnMercury III .. .. I... c35s I ru"11 11144750.1via.
    IliKillTM. ..* Male l OsUavaawtll
    sonMrs of the Stat. Prison 0r blue light vUlbi M4-4IM. .. Pta.INSIJI.AThNtlWYiN.
    Sunday School. 9 45 a m Mabel Stanton Worts.Itr L. I*' Chapman and Mrs The driver emerging from from dltvctly. In front of th.

    Morning Worship. 10-40: a m 71. died Wednesday. Jan Chapman who now refde[ In an allay\ driveway of build vehicle a,. unlawfuLPedesirlan ,on'ICt: WII"IF.NT: (
    S. following an extended Ul- fast r I ...._. A ., ( n
    Training Union. .:15! Orlando Ing in a buain*** or residential. .. ..
    : p. m 11'14''''''' .t. 1Il'II.m! *r HUI'PUF.ft --
    nasa Funeral Mass WM held .........IIeno. .114th. Parker
    Ur. Chapman was a nativeof must stop before driving .
    Evening Service. 7-30 p m area, aide of 'munl M.d-Werk Prayer Senric Friday st St William's Catholic Port Perr) and muved to onto a aldevslk or sidewalk" I No po""",) stv..U walk ell f .,.... r.at. ..,,_ :All American I ......10w. WesI 1._..... 4W.lie. .

    Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Ralph Church, in KeysUm and Orlando InI Ml to practice area, yield th right-of-way to highway where aId..11I.< ar. I s.d f air. r1-I.-1 a. It.......
    burial was in th* M'lroM 1.u a...., w... McCoy Building
    law, H. wa' m partntr In the all prdevtrUna. then yield I
    Copeland Minister Of Musl- .nlla""' 2 rxtovUUn* 'wilt'\ (Insulation & Roofing .!-.
    Cemetery Among her .UrY"lora firm of William Ac Chapman.Mr right-of-way tit v.h fl... oniuw .&MM.W in.....
    and Choir Director. walk left rMuMtv toting
    : Wlngenbarh oa Supply Center CvnrpUt OfYI' PIAAb1
    Mrs Pearl
    ar Chapman wms 'a m"m. rtreH h* \la trying to *fitr traffic I Pwl....trtana will no*
    CO.
    trsd.rwonI Pri4erta.
    of Melroae, and Mrs Ed. .
    bee of the AnvrVan nr AanrMttnn. .
    _rd R CorWtt. of KI,.",_. stand. III ",ad.sr Tor IM p 4of /' IfI1. TUYnm'u.S.: ... MiumutiiJHio His, Ptssf ......'-e "ui w, V"I""UI" Ace.Mie.e.iu. .
    Uw FWrMU "r. UOranre stand .
    It .U vnUwful. to atop % nnrti..
    MELROSEI both staler' *4r., RtctUidl J C wn' <. her AMnrtoUon or ar1l.n th* fonr *1riajpUr ps: oUrllln_ fkt, .m. : : In.74s . ''St Iturn4.fpSe. S7I MHarper
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    I Oslrander and daughUr a lieutenant" colonel In #* I On a sfcfcrwalk :IWiUUn I All p t'.M tun* cuss'... u.. "'- veis usbry.kr (..... .. a .....,. '
    Cathy of ApoplLa attended th "be.' Mat, sad ,... N.aue.4n,4,4a .u: the U 8 Air Fact Rner
    an IntervcUon. I On roMlwav: no* an. creal. ( r las>s>.rUIlUWKHfOWKMM. riae.1igils,_ r-.I",
    I From Preeedln 'Psgl faneraLTHE a fmbvr of th* MvJitrtpal a croiMwork. tOn. bidS" I to .. fls4151UIto
    nan rvU rlght-oNwar v .* IMM Paint Co.
    ." ........ SaUl
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    Planning Board foe a .....boor' In a..hHhway tunnel, or sfrwt
    another tag but Friday" night I tfkstrUt .'1 "leiN ('s v... .. ...... W* 5tosw ..
    -hn the Sharks *f Crdar Key ncuT rocrr f. ..*.' of pears. and repfarnUU ","..11m. I ttavhlo park T 4 f It .. unlawful t. tnttor. afire : A LLAP1IItAAaWrfIt4bMt1

    amashvd through with a. ,.. way yes ,'Vii. c- M ... : ** an the florid" State'1 On any rllr6a4 U .rkparfctnc trurt, or at .w*.,gr*rraO. ,|(rroi( ('(JtU'\NY 1J41 NrrItrste5 'tn" ANTI

    .. ElITE; Welfare.loan. II* rse.tv..4him Wi.qe .. pI'ri1.d.! t\a\ .. than MIl f*.... I ICONCXCTK ftObVC11I S14fl. -
    point margin. TTt JUrtro. '.... .. r- esi1i. r se Z0I .N. JV.! !" (;.1..11.. : lll'T: II IMIT FAINT

    UM|*. lout Uielr gam I& JOO. .BOOK r stsitaJss r** TBUtWE errEig Lilt of devTsw FVwWU from In tNt IA*,tTM-arid Uw hllit1l'a' wheels"Mswf.I"an Ixp.U Hr.d tNtwe with1f : drive into Ux Wed! VhetS the. n... I0I J'n: :341lisa. I 1 1DUtwr 111.1 T4 KCherry'. .ISIS. IH. ........... ......, UwpuI
    fir. Irwk .... .4op4 lap 55..w.r '
    On FTtday' Jan. 17, Uw )4J1 Ga.-PH. er,*d _r*... with the Air Ih* evr .' .. 1M I'Ve. w ,.st ..h.. ".,..... 41.1-U' THAT ALL roirn 10. W, Ttk Suet

    Forr' In World War nBevUtr Ii.nM.. ..... to ep'n the'In this .. cu"nam1l reu'Ut''Y.AN 1.\VIDf Wr.AK (Mine.v&llmI.IT '

    HAVE THE GENUINE hK ..,...... r.* .to ... .! S v.pwi. trtl tr .ffr, It -.uwhd L. btW over t- .tr.-.r- T1'. .I4T POW

    LONG 72/0 QuartyASTlrsJG urrtrvd kr hi* wtd w. Mrs ynlQ s.fe to *. s's.When aM *sere4's. ,I''' h.. IIsR lisV'is.I Edwarda Building 'a r fil.'J'4Liddell; .
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    Jsvn South OMpntaa. ads |wrkf4 along highway Swy,4 tveuM1w4 ,......

    a/gqp-WNDQW_ | _: _MATERIALS_ >.g:ter Clar Jan.. bath ofOrUnaa at M M. n.i..i.. U tit/ ,..,..,. 1. ,.n e .........,., .mJ'se.' ,Patti'. .m.Th.V1i Supply Inc. u.......Ul*'* M...4 Ys4SMPmaL.. Paint &

    : and a brsJkr U ban**. porting Lghta *gi4 .- tsar??. ,.....:.c_ 04 .... CASSI'ool.Ga ttXt TM .. N* *- ..,..-.,... *<*.11! rw LaJiesIsaa.eml Glass Co.
    ;. Deli P\f"W.c.r Otapsnaf., tMai / It t1 I 1 Mast tIde1. Ow
    *yt' 'FLExO'GLASS ... .d' )'is Motor oatesae. r..... ./ i ITS.4051Swarry ItV.I1Si: PIl'4tM
    .M Corp. WaihmrtwrC D S.'l i2aim are ,..... "
    % right .4si Of *55 SWf ,. ( ..n'any ....... "*f M. Mlbltag IMMK.

    C -I aJi ..tttt.... II8IJ14! II -. w'w 5IwaI Sham I II* a at I... Ass O Fttrvol aetwI U.. .er* h14 .r" S tr.iirr hJt4 It.. UW bieTel. r.i.r.cTinc: / .
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    --- at t p m Westn rtaf, J.atU 1.ts It to unknfsl U. H4 In a I 7).. ..". .. ydet.NInt 1 14 W t .....,.t1, (MesVUI. f..,.... / *... *......-
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    4 WYR GLAss ( r Otiarss Urrt ZdOr'gra.s ,..- MI a ....... ..,.",. ... 4 ""'' sI4n. .... 'AUTO *ALVAGKPaul's Electric Motor II. VV"" ...._." 5$.

    f ; nrs.UIIoII.nel h-..... s>.r ..... ....4 .. riflee ....a.... ,... __ W.t..veysl.wMron.v.Sirsit' (hei.s.e.W. lit.....
    ..11) Of--'" CsMe'T7. to. a ?5ltP .5 .. 14 ..d1'lWlUi 1005 Is ........ t. .......... 'J Auto Salvage Repair Co.

    C c!. A:" .. difeer* 'aw .. .. H9 -.u k". ..... head ..... theiii. I '
    SCREENGLASSHFLEOPAHE W. Icy ..,..... c.: ,. A* BUycU Shop
    $.. Ovf dewing.. -..... ".tWheA" trr 'U'ttf'.4tfU-. TYI'KWMITEIWHancock. ; .
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    ... ft rAt F0 .w lMgi. S M 0d. Ves(, I1... "s-- SI.4 .... -I.. 14s... Wsavrw' JaksLIh A 51-f. Work Adding MaehlnM. CalruUtar.

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    THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHStarke Starke Stores Invite You!

    Fla., Thursday, Jan. 16. 1964







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    Supreme Court chamber" piuyer Members of the recreation F;: .,r of OuliiMVllle/ I Sundae School D 45 a 111
    LETTERS Prayerfully. I ask what I board, well the general d. Trnlitluii Union! A I 1/\\
    state again it is ahockina Bradford as as evening supper & / p in
    beauty was designed thereinby indeed that this most Important Farming public, are encouraged to \bopi tier SladesMrs I Worship Hum. itittt 7 ,Hip IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR
    these outstanding ""archi branch of 'csent. : W H. .
    our government m I'ruver' Mi'duiu eachXVeimi'scUy ,,
    tects" which you refer to, and | shows no more concern for AS I SEE ITI BIBLE STt'UY !beenery 111 at
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    beauty and symmetry consistent -i I definitely expressed In the I Next week Monday. through
    AN OPEN LETTERHon. with the purpose for news printed statement abovementioned I, Phil (Vnnkhlt i Friday Jan. 20-24 Hampton Methodist

    Earl Warren. Chief Justice which the building was to be I Baptist Church will hold a I Saturday Jan 18 HISPEEDHK Then, This is it!
    devoted? Yea I ask what "In God We Trust" least I Bible Study course at tt..'
    at
    : One of the most I) m Oitlni'svllli* "
    profitable I
    United States Supreme Court beauty have you beheld therein I until now. U the motto of theUnited ,crops in this area is pecans 1 church each evening at 7 p. m i.ii, High: Youth Rally l lI ''A HK1 i 1 1 r 1 +
    Washington. D. C. and to what purpose States-the Inscription but l Teaching' the adults and I MethodlHt Church h \\\vu to4 'T j ji jyr
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    as one through the hlreefon."slip"
    Dear Mr Warren: ,, could the building be devoted 1! that I In, dear to the hearts of I country. It Is very apparentthat : young ptople in the book of' Will leave the! church : i
    On N'cv 14, 1963 a most : that you would dare say that true believe In tJ<>d. and inI a (treat people are I Kpheslans: will' be Rev Paul 4 ISp mSunday.
    many
    shocking news item appearedin this motto would detract I His Son The Lord Jesus(neglecting their groves and| jn'a L. E!:>tes. pastor and the Rev Jun 10>> -- I '
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    FIa.1 I Bobb Knight of Mlddleburg rr in in
    Christ.
    the Jacksonville, from? few years the pecan, Industryof school. D 43 a In
    Times-Union under this caption Justice Warren the U. 8 i i The Bible forewarned lorI Bradford County will be almost Baptist Church will be teaching SVurshlp, 11 .a. m KuMierIi
    "Chief Justice Warren Supreme Court the highest,,I I we read In Ephesians S13I : : crone, unless a culture Intermediates. Otherclassics 1 ,iH-r for MYF,, fl p m. / foil
    Opposes Inscribing 'In Ood j tribunal of the ).nd. In exist- ,I "For WI' wrestle not against practice .is followed, are being arranged foi Mretlnm, 6':JO'! p m mo
    We Trust' Above Bench Of ence for one and threequarter -:I flesh and blood but against It takes 10 to l.t: years to I, every age group tncludlnu Senlw. 7 1:30: ( p m itiaratitoofi.VHI.I
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    Court." I centuries established In principalities, against powers grow a pecan tree to full production nursery Last Sunday evening Mond.,,,. Jan :30 serrir.e'I
    The article further states 1789 A. D. by Article 3 of the 1 against the rulers of Uie dark[ but that same tree run Rev. Knight was' guest speakerat Sub-Dlstrlrt nanqurt 1:1: 7.J\! :
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    that In your letter to Rep. Constitution of the United i ness of tills, world, ..lIalmsplrltu,1 'be destroyed in JU8t. few Hampton Baptist Church' lowship ""11. 7pm, at > '
    States and for the purpose! wickedness hi high years by moss and lack of while Rev Esies: : was teachingthis and Senior, MYF f : : I 7.9\:
    Robert T Ashmore IO-SC11) j I lame Bible: study at Middlebiirg ,
    you stated that the motto-In' of upholding the Constitution places. proper! fertilisation. Tuesday Jan II -' 7:o
    clod We Trust-would "detract of the United State, the ConstitutIon Also, there is another verse( Growers who have followed ....:R ()S.U 4. SiKlety fur Christian 800\11\ H.US! :
    being drafted by and no man can deny the fart spraying practices to eliminatethe monthly business, and BUY DIRECT FROM OWNER
    from the beauty of the statesmen who were men of therein Hebrews 9:27: "And: moM and fertlllse l their Mrs Trrnlffnucher of Melrose -I I meeting In snurtimry tl7th I ll( I 7.!))3:
    as It Is appointed unto groves, have reported a fine was' an overnight gui-nt Wednesday, Jan
    mm 'i 33: 711015H20yl5) : !913) : .
    I to their this last Friday" with Mr. and Mrs ( "nfl. lUnd llunie on :: Wooded, I Lot.r.
    once
    dip but after this the profit on pecans rr Meeting snt HI
    Judgment." year even with the low price. U A. Hall She attended the i I 7 p m Chancel Choir : l 1n 13 'I 1 licilrnoni, :'i hilt I., \\\f\it\ Ruing rare dining' ream?.
    It is my humble tint I In order for any crop to be Initiation lit the OttS: chapterIn al. 8 p. m 4, __ I'ltnly' of ,'l.>Mt >.1111&.... Ilnrdwmul l", (flairs. 'lantge:
    prayer Waldo !rrlday" evening, with luh.I'lu.'I'I\: I 111",, Centrul ht' .
    and }FreshnessMILK Jointly each member of tills profitable w. must follow \' \vllli ploruuv sauce *-. ( utlnir.CIM
    Mrs. .
    Quality recommended of hall.eumday I \\ltllcwiilU" 1.00 earn
    noble tribunal wUl be able to practices our nii.sr n U fI"i .
    look at the truly great In Extension Department. They I visitors at the home i, ( III'lU'll. ,\ : << |, .. In S.llllhald.t Klementury: School.
    crIP-1 KNOW how! of !Mr and Mrs V J Slsds
    Lion In Ond we Sermons for ,, TOM'S SHELL Call 964-9933
    each session, and with spiritual -,' Hundreds of thousands. .. ol were Mr and Mrs R. u'l|1111- Morning "
    price, truly affirm that dollars a year are spent on experimental Hunter of 0..1. Mr and Mrs. Temptation;' Fur Olhrr Infnrniiillon .'t nil Perwimul InIlIJ..Uun0
    Hunter re-ildrd in 4.15: K.: Madison.
    you are trusting In Ills Bon work at our agricultural Hampton Evening 'Ye Shall
    for salvation and life eternal cullajrea throughoutthe during World War II, Mr, and nesses, I Acts I 1.81.Krhodule : I. I'hone U01-N551) I : I
    May Ood truly bless and country. By research' they Mrs. Blade also visited Mr of reuuUr. -
    keep you are I help growers to utilise t"a.knowledr. and Mr. 8. R. Wallace' and _, ,_ -
    my prayers I .
    family -
    at Keystone\ -
    Heights'
    Yours and
    In Ills cause i produce a profitable
    Rev. Charles Itarvny I|(i crop.Tour Sunday, and Mr, and Mrs 'j'

    Route 2. Dolt 78 E! county agent can
    Starke. Fla. ,ommended i materials to use r-I
    14
    14I iI
    I kill the moss on your
    A FULL DAY I rDOUGLAS ANOTHER SERVI'CEFon
    .uaa4aluuuuaaaal "r., and now Is the limes I
    |..,.,lIe) the trees are 'in a doe I
    FRESHERSUWillinee HAMPTON !mant stag, because you ran'
    ;add more strength w1U1olltd"rne.ln& MEAT MARKET

    ByMr..H.F. Hill ; new growth.It .
    might be profitable for ..\till
    Phone .'"-1181 I!
    group of growers In a given
    ........a..aa...' community to get together: end

    Valley\ :; f Please note your correspondent ,have \their grovel de-mossed" SMOKEHOUSESpecializing
    and fertilised It. lower cost
    now has a telephone
    I and mould ..PPl"W'C'lauedit per unit.
    The material used' will kUI BradfordUnionElayand
    From persons who have news
    and winds will c'esrs, '!
    the
    moss
    Items for the psprr I IrOl'NCIL In
    DJURIES DISCI' ''MHrSPIIONFS the breaches, adding vigor ;o
    ': AMI MOOTII4 sch treeTliere ChillingFreezing
    one ,we" that
    Is only
    Telephones were. again the
    main topic of business at the iwe can make anything profitable .
    AT YOUHFAVORITE Hampton council { whether It ts p.sna. ve..- Buker ounties
    city meeting
    [ .., etc.. and that" .U tA lire Cuttingand
    an Tuesday January 7 and '
    ..
    icare of it. and nourish It t 'lhifullmt -
    GROCERIN
    ;work was started but week on estent.
    replacing the phone booth
    let llredford Counl'/s:
    I toot
    I back that has been missing
    YOUR ''pewsn. trees. become s. listlity Wrapping
    I from Hampton's main tINt BY
    !instead of an ._t.
    for nearly two
    FAVORITE CONTAINERS : The telephone years pay booth YOUR BEEF
    will .be net up si the punt office might be> dla'>ur&,ed In IhUloration. .
    this time Jtt west of the with a better watch
    door 4 with hopes that vandals I on the fatxxh -

    In the problem of trying to Let Us erwillegar Motors
    obtain toll-free telephone service
    to Hisrke, Chairman
    Mason of the Public' Utilities Sugar Cure
    Home I
    Remodeling Commission In TaJlahas reported and
    to the Hampton council: Writ Madison St. Stnrke, FloridaA ;
    that they sre trying to workout
    Hickory Smoke
    a plan for than Ho far he
    Plan ..&d. his. offW. had received COMPLETE
    Financing only four fetters Iran Hampton YOUR PORK
    people requesting U1e'I1w


    NO RED TAPE service committee! on lint pro -- Auto Paint & Trim
    tertimi ls Ui meet' Tuesday We Sell Beef and Body Shop

    FAST 1 DAY SERVICE ON APPLICATIONS d-erenlnsJan plans. for 21, ftre-flajhUnc to further" Pork for Your .

    10 MINUTES TO APPLY nuipment Ail rounrilmn' and Freezerri'l.l. I
    CU, offVrlals were precettt' for
    UP TO 5 YEARS TO REPAY the m..uwtEATin'

    NO DOWN PAYMENT FOR 45 DAYS Friday' January WrETVel II is the : LINK: or IS I NOW OPEN and Ready to Serve You!

    LABOR & MATERIALS MAY BE INCLUDED recreaUnn aeurtt al 7 Je p HNK. : )u:.\T
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    ANNUALLY From A Small Scratch To A Battered Body We'll Fix It

    ADD A ROOM 1 NEW: ROOF mare WAY HATH COMPLETE _coST
    WITH FIXTURES AND SEPTIC TANK LAKOR AND )MATF.KIAI.S I u LIKE NEW

    r.'I[\T UP: MAKE ANY NEEDED: REPAIRS:

    I irnr WE HAVE SPECIAL' EQUIPMENT TO GIVE YOU THE VERY

    Dcal With A Reliable Home Town Firm
    1 f j MILLION BEST AT HONEST "PRICES IN SEAT COVERS-UPHOLSTERY

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    ..rwr. TEN BRADFORD COUNTY_ TFT.FflKAPn__ STARKE... FLORIDA Till.\", 3\S. 16-.
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    r_ l meeting for berry growers tonight church last Sunday after beIng Klllllimmee Saturday attending 110 flankraon. offer for Hal and well to thhlithrat daeil to be InKiinil thernon. The t'.lee.u.- h r.*i rr.t r
    All nf anlil prr>l>l>rty below 'inill" hlddir for yeah, In ha".I.Ih. certificate numbers and yearaof tlflcatcx Mhall 1,1 i i ioordinff I.
    1 I (Thursday 1 at the absent for several weeks Quarter Horse MveUngfl. "county of Htadroril mat'nl snore dearrllxMl. property, of laioianrr., the d...arrl|"tlon of to law the .i iat i 1" +
    farmer school cafeteria in Lawtey. due to illness Florida. xyIA dvfmidanl to nutlufy the the propnrty. and. the nnmB In 'e1hrA In iu< "n < i i "
    Diary Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott ......., ,
    ,01
    Cnnar:. aucli certificate. 'ir rrtiri'iitr alnrernlA lilxocutlon.P. which It was are afollowa certificate will b< "
    This should be a Rood meetInR. Mr. and Mrs Robert Pad
    and family visited In Gaines shall b.. redeemed accruing I). IIKIHHMHP : hlffheat bidder. r 1,,
    I as growers will have a I gett and family of Jackson-i! ville Sunday with Mrs. Mott'a : to l III''w the i>roi. ry 01.! .. It. MfddlHh.. SheriffHradford Certlflrale No 33 Year of !la' houne door on. ,the fli"
    chance to compare results Ob- vllle were Tuesday night I rrrlhgd In tifli <''rrtirifai arcrrtlflcatu County. Florida. UHnri' I 1'ltilI !' In the month of Kfb,
    1wr By Sam MoGarrey molh i\ Mrs. Brock Perryman, will; I h* gold to the I 19 41 t Ylf' I 'if, rlitlon| of Property WM.f i I whlrh la the Ird du.iry. )
    tain advice and counsrl fromother (guests of Irene Padgett. aunt, Mrs. Lila Sauls and cousin lilffhcHt bidder at tAe ',ur'h'jiiMM .f/ 1,0.\.. 4 of Hlk Z7 In L 1984HntHl
    .-orI :- growers as well as gain ., Mr. and Mrs. William Par- I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Cal- .' flmir ..n the flrnt. Yi'aldxt. .NollOf .\|>|>llralli>n For Tat T r-w. n" D K.... y* T 6 !snJl' : ., 190. the IDtti lu.tier. .,
    In month of Ill)((14whl
    denced by a cassia bUllh'sareen help from Huggins" and Cronk rl.ih of Clay Hill were Tues houn and children, who have '.'h I U, In* and Frliruary.day nf February. I tr.Aerr.. ...J RFran., .naxeeaeU. i aKAla'harlPS: >
    I I II" '& F N.Nolle rue 'u a "c.'
    : :, leaves and red blooms hlte. day night supper gueftts of Mr recently returned from En 1864.Imtml. j if hih\ cl"n hat rfl..iu' "'lIIlam.IT ., A Dl1rb
    I :, on a Turk's Cap. plant by the and Mrs. J. Eunice of High gland after being stationed reinbcr.' IbBn.talhf. this. .10th d.iy nt U<- T J Alderman the!. hoid.> if .\ ..r mild propert' iiolnir 'in Cr'idfura Inrk ,.'ouniy"if ''Ir .b'
    the mllowlnH: flfl'atpik hn> thi urir >f Bradford tilatir
    kitchen window. Located as It Is believed that we havea I .
    I U. B. Air ) .
    land.Mr. three years with the filed/ aald wrtlfIcatea for a tax > Florida
    we are in a pine woods we much larger planting! of berries I and Mrs Ed Waters of Force. churl" A. Darby '
    '. <"J.rk..f! rir.-ult t nurt ""'
    have some protection against thin year, and one of the Jacksonville were Saturday Mr. an: Mrs. J. M. Markey I nradforrl. County, Florida .
    I freezes. I purposes of the meeting tonight night! supper guests of Mr. and _______ I I'L/11:1' -
    of Wavcross Oa.. Mr.
    , 1 I .. Is to obtain a Rood estimate and Mrs. Fred Lang. Mrs. Jack Markey of Atlanta. curlew. 01 Ntl.K

    . t Every time we get a heavy It's too early yet to tell what from erowers on the ex Mr. and Mrs. Joe Padgett Oa.. and Mr. and Mrs. Morls- Nfitlcw.. In In herpes a final, Kivn Herrei Thai.purauant .'. .
    , rain: like the one last week- effects the government reporton act acreage planted for use and family of Jacksonville ton Jordan and family. of .rorrlnatir, entered.! In rear
    ,- 'end' which flooded our driveway smoking cigarettes will ; In the coming marketing pro visited Mr. and Mrs. Padgett'* : visiting numbered" ( 13-217 In the Circuit &4
    Heights were
    Keystone
    wr 'mirl' uf Bradford County
    I! we decide that: when the have but one thing's for sure: gram a father. Hubbnrd Padgett, Sunday Mr. and Mrs.! T. W. Markey Florida, I will Mthi\\ prvportyrlluntrA
    .,** land dries oM we'll)) do something the report took( about all the afternoon. I recently. In Flra'Knril\ CountyKlorlrtA
    about the driveway enjoyment out of the practice A TV speaker this week We are sorry to hear that : mother. denfrll a.
    i Mrs. J. P. Baxter's
    .- But,like the man with the Sam has persisted in the I credited animal with a cer- Lee Ort-pn of Lawtey was in Mrs. Ella Lewis. U a patientIn Pat K.inth.of Range Mwtlan 23 32..:a.l TownnhlpG a+ r'h I

    : leaky roo' !,'we never get around habit, knowing full well that tale amount of reasoning poWer a serious auto accident Sunday the Medical Center !in Oalnesvllle nrd nr l In Official 1 I Hrrorit Uunk
    . to it. and rainy weather It was injurious to his health but little in the way of! morning In front of his home "19. fiutx In".5. vxrrvt Offlnlal, that Rnrordli partwiinlvrt Tads

    tr mean driveway trouble but after that report he decided memory. That sounds Ilk He l.i now confined In Baptist Mr. and Mrs. J. H. SullivanI ...k| zo I'll a f 231 unlilli. rrnnln .. .

    e. a .- to cut down smoklnK" to stuff and nonsense to us, as Hospital In Jacksonville where I I and family visited Mn. Mary of Uradforit Cimtily' KI'TlIH. -

    Th4 warm spell last week only a few a day and eventually we know our doff Paddle u I :ils condition Is critical. !i Willis and Mrs. Hazel[ Hart"n" nt public nata. to the hl".1 I
    : threw the berry plants Into a quit altogether. smarter than he lets on to be Mrs. Grace Lang and grand' family !In Bell Saturday nnd, t brat bidder for .*".h. at the
    .
    V Freddie, are visiting relative main front dour nf the Hrndfnr.l ,
    heavy 'growth, and one grower son and Sunday. Mr. Willis returned (<.univ Courtnnuai*. In alarknF'Inrlda. ,
    : !In this Section Bald his plants It seems likely that millions He[ wanders around ourplace !*, In Tampa this week. for a week's yMt. between 11:01: a. m
    plnylnK the "noodle- They also visited her brother and t.iKi: p. m. on Monday, January
    wale forming big bunches of of people will quit and think John Green' graduated Iraq'Ithe 18, 1U64.
    f : crowns, The mild spell was what a blow !it will be to the hr-ad" on purpose and gets by who Is confined. to a Tampa University of Florida In (('nitrt. H-..It l
    helpful though in getting the tobacco industry, Includingthe with a lot that way He known hospital. Gainesville on Dec 21 with If he acts smart he'd be put to I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hurst rhFtKltt'rIT/ / C'OL'BTHy
    green! growing again after leaf grower. Allotment Bachelor of Chemical Engineering Janet N. Cartar,
    : being'held. back last month by have been cut for this year' work so he plays dumb and'' of Jacksonville visited Mrs.\ Degree. lie has accepted fnuty dark
    watches Sam working. Irene Padgett and the Buddy ll(>l.l>MA.V, PUKSSKR I WITH EVERYUSED
    cole], already and it seems likely 'I a position! with Th tKWIHIH'I
    .
    06 a Wilkinson family Sunday Klorld N'atlnnal' Hank.
    a that further cuts will be !Inevitable Buckeye Cellulose Corporation :
    e.nAn..v..n..Ar.meCLAY .
    Jackaonvlll 2. riorlda
    i nuUdln
    10' So far this winter afternoon.Due
    wehaven't and that will mean at Foley, and will reside In ,
    "8" had a real! kt111ngfreeze"at a bill lose agriculturally./ to hard rains and wet Perry. 1a/re-/l VI'
    : our place M .U evl- a e HILLBy roads we had to omit our Mr. i
    Mrs. N. C. Mote vlsltrd
    church services at Long o'rll'a: Tu nKa'r.n:
    I
    As cigar smoking and pipe and Mrs. H. C. Layfleld In
    .
    la / Court, MradforUr
    I Ircull
    .... r smoking got off relatively )b.... I..enlrr IrnRaau..ua..r..u.aaar Branch last Sunday morning Gainesville Sunday.

    "' Hunt In the report It (goes and evening Mrs. T. W, Markey. Mrs. r y, Flortdm I.* ChanceryIU

    .. without saying that a lot omen MRS. ANNIE PAIIOKTT: ....n..1r..e Mary Great Mrs. Mattie YVONSK\/ H :No>'I.AMUAH. la.Ila. T'lalntlff i CARPURCHASED
    will turn to those form Services: were held last Saturday Sowell. and Mrs H. E. Stokes V... lOOVfdN'D! A. rAMBA8. fl'>

    j je t tI of tobacco for enjoyment. But for Mrs. Annie Scully BROOKERBy attended church at Little femltint.NirTICH. TO Arr :An

    YJ AZ what about the women cigarette Padgett, 77, who had lived in Springs Sunday.Mr. To: Kilmunil: .\. ........b"... c'o
    I to smokers? Somehow 01' the Mlddleburg area all of her and Mrs. Steve Holland f-Ydprn.1. ''rl...". Tnllnhaxaee

    Z! other althougt women have life. She died Wednesday, Jan. Shlrli-y Orrrn and Mrs. Joel Holland antifamilY MInrIAn.You ar. hereby. notified,) thatn
    taken over In many ways you 8, In an Orange Park hospital. Phone 485.4881tm..Tm.nm..mr of Alma Oa. were Friday auir for ')|Ivor.*(. hafl hornflbA

    e still don't see a woman with; and funeral services were heldat and Saturday gueaU of uKnlnat. Court you Mnil In enter..the. abovenamed anil

    : \ SOOEIELD a, big fat cigar jutting out o! :3:30 I: p. m. Saturday'in the Mrs. Annie Johnson. you am ro'|iilred to serve II
    i r, r her mouth or one puffing on Long Branch Baptist Church Mr. and Mn. Edgar Wllker- The Brooker Recreation' ropy i>f your answer, or lendlnM| .
    lzceible.'Jirr4y tn the nfitnpliilnt un lhr I'laln
    : '1. e ere> a pipe.. with Rev t nter Tatrntut{ andRe son of Lake City were Saturday Committee haa recently pur rites Attorney llren, Oreen A
    \ u night dinner guesU of Mr chased two tables and flreen Hlarke. Klortrlii and flli
    banquet
    >r James Branch officiating
    ( by. C 1. 8coIiet.J,n.D. the,, nrlKlnul.. In the. attire of tl>.
    '.. iAiilt 4 "'"'Eminent. fcholar* 'Not the Leant important oft Durlal was In the church: and Mrs. J. R. Mott and fam SO chairs for the Community Clerk of th* Circuit ('i..iirl i.nor

    \ a (IH.Ip I .. Pf.M Warn .......... t the effect of the< report will cemetery Our sympathy is extended ily.John Center, and there cement picnlo before,. 1964.: lh nUierwIa. Ird duv. the nf all.FnbrumY ..n..
    ,' be a decrease' In ax Incomeon to her sinter Mrs. Tiny and Joe Green were tables for the City Park inns uC "atilil Cum plaint will bt
    Chain KcvlaolMarginal
    \Vltb Rdemcae
    Renderinatiirophelea cigarettes. The} lovy on Padgett of Maxvllle, and the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs taken Aa rnnfertacfl t>y you
    >> / !
    ,, > .
    Thla nutlr shall, bw> pnlillahvfli
    MaritioBiwd. Book of the Kibta cigarettes ha> grown :year bf: other relatives.Hublmrd Alan Mesitmore and daughter FIRST PKF.SItYTKRIANCHURCH each week for four run
    / |IAnalyaed and many ether (.*- year until today II8\ an Important Padgett/ Lawtey I In Savannah Oa. emtlv week In the Iliadfur. )

    [tuna" .wry'Bib... tludcot ttetnM revenue for city( slat moved Into Irene Fitduett's Mr and Mrs. E. C. Long and II. Walton Grady, Minister. C'oimly fated. Telenraph.this Tlh. day of January Thur. Fri. Sats

    / and federal government, and little house at Clay 11111 last Mr and Mrs. R. A. CoUon of: Week of Jan. 19-29: IUK4 I
    BULLINGTON'SStudio to make up for the. loss, new Saturday. We welcome him to Starke were visiting Mr. and taAn.1r'lrrk:
    Sunday Sunday' Schoo en\nr.K.i A. r>Aitnv.
    tuxes will be levletf. the community. Mrs. Walllo Crews Sunday 0:45 of the ,'1.. ult Court ,
    : a. m. Morning Worship
    .
    Everyone will be happy to afternoon. /ly .l'Janet N. Carter lieputyClark
    : & Gifts 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship
    George llugglni and Phi know that Aunt Minnie\ Bur' Mr. and Mrs. A. F, McDnvlc 1/9 U 1I3<
    9:30: p. m. Junior Choir prac-
    Cronkhlte are holding/ a big ber was able to bit baric In were /In Orlando Friday and I In : AT
    I flee, 8:20: p. m. Evening: Worship NoriCK OF alitcxlMM',a .au a
    7 p. m. 'otUa la herety seven that 1P I
    a
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    11 i.itih. HhMrtrr nf liruil
    Tuesday Communicants ford -County; FI.lda. under and..
    I, a Announces Their; Annual January i CI"I!". 3:30: p. m. liy virtu uf Writ uf Kxorutlmito : ..

    Thursday' Senior. Choir Wit: ..
    1 1Ja'1'b' 6flrru: "'>n la u l tint nf Mmull TERWILLEliARMOTORS
    practice, 7 p. m. Claim Court: nf Bradford. l"nun.ty. .
    W I Florida. vurauant' '" fmljudiifiinent

    vxtlnlf. AppllfUllim. Far. Tar d/ba .II.......fat uua J. r.C..HawyarMtarK mtwrr.. .
    ./Mrd .*. Klorlilit and aaalnMtlltrb
    t 7I&.C6 y -
    Inc. Ct. .arP. INI. '111. F, M.Noils ThomaM Arfxn.lnnt In th.amount .
    / Store la n>rci>Y' xlvon. That of $180,Ifl tiiv. .tli.r with
    Your Frfondly T. J. .UAPrmnn. the hnlflar' ofllfrt yowls. nf nitllirillon.llav .
    rho fol/nwlna/ rrrtlflPalrr. h. aolaad and hav* In m]
    1 Ha id/ rrrtlflnabr fur a nt. nc.aiiii..Mfn| the' foUowtn/ dw.
    deed ff,. ha'luuul I Ihrwnn. TMrrrtlflrrl aryl "'il personal p''I..rly ii
    1GIGANTIC .. riumti' >,ia wart yraranf Wit
    SAVINGS CAN BE YOURS NOW AT EAGLE'S! luauknr. th. d>atlnn. ..rHi It** tniornatl'inal TrurkMotor
    1 iirourrtv anil, ,too,, n.n..I" No ro TT'U6 A .fli!
    which'' .It .wits. af.".." rnDnwaC.rt. TlrT: .. No. UT1JT
    lfiratr .fin. I Tear of !h. ', Aa th.. iiroprrly, nf tho shoo-
    auani1 I 141. nantvil. drf..ndant. and thnt "nMonday STARKE FLA.
    r>i..Krl.|>tlnn nf PrAv.rty I.... the 3rd day, nf .Frbru. ,
    1 ..f ink >t> In N...nnv .\.,... f, U'Per Cry 'lu4' ac twlvn .'.10..," noon
    ti T. in *> F': nn aald day on. the. imnlfra uf
    \ 33 3.e % Off Winter MerchandiseHACK Name In "''hlt-h' aaaaa..'!. \\.1..| ', the lir..t.r.n'T. ,\ JAIL\, 1 will I





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    f : Still In Progress 2 FOR $3.00C.KOUI a ....I,...,. /w.w..f d.r.lr/re LIr,. 7 fie. GRGUi
    NO WmiKKNO Y 0-. .w.denA

    1 I. ;' 1 3 OFF 2 : RED: TAPE :+lxwaaeecw.e/ v a0/4 alp
    !
    IUVKII FOR I-sn. taatttctxx.aa ><
    ; 2 $5.00 wur
    j MUSL N SHEETS OTHER SHOES- ....:;:/"'" "'\ --KOU'oe:-LA.II" /f $168 e


    1/ = 72' IW 81 x 99twin REDUCED FoR i{( 1 LAWSON ARM SLEEP SOfA s a' e
    2
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    Fitted I $6.00 w.ww S"or B d likict+ A M
    \ $1.79 ; : A. [rarw loch t4dit' Gwn a}0

    a en x 10* & DOUIII.K) Firmi: : oana.daa- $1 5 988 I

    $1.99BLANKETS MEMS DRESS TROUSERSUP Ol'KN AN .4'.e ......-......e w-aCarw.ee4Nq Gibbs

    f. I Furniture
    t ACCOUNTTOHAY a.r. Le. /1 a. w.ea
    I ; TO tlawtlo.r
    $898 NOW $5 00 t.a r et.e
    I : e.-'.:. DEALER FOR .%DCOCK FURNITURE12H :

    998-1098 .. 1 S. W.b.t. -oid Part Tk ,trv VUt'FF -
    I a -
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    i For tie. r
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    yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy ,, ers. Mr and :Mrs. Vernon :Mis George Robeits and Mrs" church are invited Local Guard Unit Funeral SaturdayFor Trial Program docs not automatically: mean ity of his choice and to lead
    Dick I Stalling, were tr.vitt-d. : :Mae Wells> conducted the de- miKm SCIIFIU: I.KS: Unit the home will be used by ai: actlv! and useful a. life at
    LAWTEY\ to join them for a hamburgerfry. vationn: During the social OractMthJdixt: : church Rated ThirdIn Leslie KelloggOf Offers Foster the department Great carewill his condition permits
    Rain kept them from having hour the hostess served fruitcake 'School. 9:43: a m Worship 11 Florida Kingsley Lake Homes For AgedA be made to place each
    Hf. Eat BlmnebArd it outside so the ham- and coffee to the nine : a. m. Evening $t'l'nce. 7:10:: p t old person In the home this* ftEIMSRONNPTIST :
    burgers were grilled on the members present i'm. MVP each Wednesday 8 The" (A22nd: Ordnance Co.. lA'site Clyde Kelloiw 44 of demonstration program fits him bent. Atmosphere" B\ CHURCH
    uaaa..a..a..aQUARTERLY porch and served inside 'Ith''' On Saturday evening Rev p. m. The second" section of local National ounrd unit was Kumsley Ldk('. ctteci WetliiesU limited t>> 300 canes, and providing faintly customs( level of living .
    Sunday 10
    SOCIAL all the the Study on :Missions will be 8, in the Uike City footer homos for the physical: suitability of tlv School a. D!
    trimmings. In splto of \. C. Few ox. pastor of theFrst rated third In the State during > Jan Morning 11
    Worship a. m.
    The Intermediate g.ils[ and I the rain they had a grand presented Sunday at 7 30 p 1963 and will attempt to Wtriansi! Hocpttnl after' an extrnclett dependent aged ha< been premises\ and I the ability of
    : Baptist Church, will be m. Remember" to be theie the family to make strangerfeel Training Union, 7 pm. Efe-
    boys held their quarterh .-,) win the number" one spot this IllnessHe Inunched bY the Stat Department ; a
    cia 1 at the' home of the.i I leaders timeThe :Methodist WSCS met honored with a IImn Sing First Baptist. Sunday year was born In Ondvln.Mich ] of Public Welfare. I at homo\ are some of the. rlne Worship, 8 P ID. Prajer
    Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise Thuisday night of last week u.veu by :Mi and Mrs. B. E. School 10 a. m. Worship 11 The" company. will conduct : on :May 8. 1919. was a Passed by the |lit\3| \ l..al" point. to be" considered In Meeting Wednesday 7:30 pm.
    last Saturday night Thr within: Paul Dlnktns for Reddish in their home. All a. m. Training Union. 6:30: p. training on Sundav Jan. 19 steno. of Win Id War II. mid lature. the. I"1 1 law> seeks to I i I I matching tip the old person Rey. Charles Harvey, pastor.
    young people and then lead the regular business session mcmbriand friends of the m. Evening Service 7.30: p. m. Persons Interested" in JoinIng 'a member" of the Baptldt provide for welfare rt''lph'ntsI with the flutter' home.
    PERSOALSFreddie: the On a rd are Invited to Church over sap 65 who can no longer. Welfare workers will, work BOATDRAIN BAPTISTCHUBUlt
    Dinkins writes that visit the armory during. the :Mi' KellouH; and his famll\ | cure for themselves" fully inI I closely with foster home owners
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    he is recovering nicely after week or during the! regular moved to this mm lone HIT-' I (heir own h"l11f'1.1. eligible)! And the old will
    undergoing surgery for a nasal! I training I lard County and resided prison Sunday School 19 a. as
    : sessions."We for the pitiiinini are n. numberof get not only his room meals..,
    i deformity on Jan 9 in the VA I have had a number" of .I i while at Mlltrrpkl. near" fOJ'1 I, UulUent axed patients Instate and sheltered living but also Morning Worship. 11 a. m.
    Huge DiGEDUAtEOa : hospital at Bitminiihani. Inquiries from persons" who Mone HflKhU. before. \' hospitals who 11'6.t'U'' some personal. seivuv. IIn,1"UI'I."ton Training Union, 6:39: p. sn.
    Hf received the Injury' whilein
    I have been In the NationalI to their present home on enough to be released. 1 Only Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.
    i \ he
    I so can continue
    the Army in 1960 He expects -
    UtKhvtay) Irt at Klnnsley LakeHe
    I Guard and the regular services those who do not need hos- to live in Uie commun Prayer Meting Wednesday.GRIOER'S .
    to be home in ten days I
    about the qualifications for was H merhMnlcSurvivinit ptuliiuitlim.. but who do needa
    or two weeks \Isi his '"1ft". Josephine ---- --- --------
    : enlistment with particular reference protected. family-type living
    Portable Spending last week with MUsim KfllOKit: : fourd.uiuhteri. IIrral1l1"l11l'l1t.11I' be selected
    to age. and we will be
    Typewriters Mr and :Mrs B. E. Reddish" C..IIIILylll1, FRUIT STAND
    glad to give the> doslred. InformAtion The law authollxes amonthly
    were their granddaughters.Terry li'iit- Grace' Polly I) and 0111'-1
    at the armory check! to recipients of
    and :Mary Jack Pons Jean" Kellouu. five sons Robert -
    CWO A L. Crosby Jr. ARid up to $13:1.: \\hl'h'ollitl pay
    and friends Lucy Skagfieldand Allen Leslie C Jr JohnA
    Shirley Strickland of Tal- yesterday Tommy N and Roger If. I for, room, m.....". clot hlllif. OPEN
    lahassee. Other visitors duringthe I I "A number" of things seem Kellogg: two brothers.' Fran- personal! Incidentals, mid setvicea Now Every Day
    to have caused renewed Interest .
    ; week were Mr and Mrs. i eta Kellogg of California' rand The usual maximum
    Ray Dorman and sons of In the National Guard Ralph A Kcllom] Jr of welfare check \Is $70 The Increased -
    r 'I recently" Crosby said. Someof Large Choice Fresh Fruit
    grants will make' It ,
    i Jacksonville and :Mrs and Mrs. stark: and three sisters\ Mrs
    tk: : I 1 C M. Barber of Macclenny these uie" o hilly 8 Clntis. and :Sirs< Dolly poiuilble for those' opp-ovrd.
    :, 1. Recent Increase. In paxI for the .. and Vegetables
    I j :Mrs George Robt'rts'llIltf'd j Avery both of ('01'0.IlIll': program t to pay thenown _
    _
    I I for members of the ArmedFbrrrs. .
    : in foster homes
    way
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    her brother Monso! Tatum :Mn 01'1111 11"'It of Stnikr I
    and family In DHand last Funeral" .services. \ were held : Persons who wnill to hove THIS: UKKrTS: : HPKCIAI: .
    werlc." i| 2 Unit being" an ordnance Hi 2 p m HrtturdrtY at the ,, their homes approved as tastes BANANAS LBS. .
    ;! .. !Mr and Mrs. Lynn Owens unit where persons may leant iiravcslde In Klrmslry. l. krCemetery care homes and also WrlfAiecllrnu 5 25
    toP\ machinists, welders mrI near SUrke. with who would lIke to "be
    and
    ; :r Pam were wl't"kt"nd1lalt. I We cordially Invite Our Friend And Cu"tomu"
    *. ors of her brother-in-law and chanlcs.! etc Rev W M DunriiiMU officiating I ppioved for such cure makeapplication To Come See U+.
    3 Pride In belonging to OKIof -
    sister. Mr. and Mrs EdwardL 11111'111118 In the fanilrt I to the 10.,11IIt'l.
    Massey" and children the b"IIt1I11u In the Stale. pint' under. direction of IVWItl I fare. office SOUTH WAI.MIT" STIIEKT:
    Now 85.00 Mr and Mrs. Clyde Starling On Sunday Jan 3d. 1 l'n', C JmieH Funeral" I Home Approval, or a fivitci. home .
    Florida National. Guard will .
    of Avon. Park were visiting
    hold a beauty contest and \br
    ced Mr and Mrs If C. Harley and
    guests at a ski show at rv-
    cf Prt New! family over the> weekend. I
    Bug j, press. Gardens from 11 a m A.L V STORE
    Mr. and Mrs H. C. Wainwright -
    SM/TN.CORONA | to 3 p. m Member of theOuard jnLtvEi/fl i
    and
    Mr\ and Mrs. ; and their families who CELEBRATES ITS
    : Plus features STERLING t James Wainwright attendedthe attend the show In uniform
    funeral of their uncle will be admitted free. Guardsmen -
    4 F w*-.i. Standard K.,....,. Frank Rowe In Macclenny like to .
    'A'hoVould visit
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    M.r p.rt.bl >K 'i GOT ITI Big *!<. t .wt.l.r !INi -; C)
    1 .4. G... t m. .t LOW COST. ,.,fe.. /for ........... M.rt. I..p,..... Wednesday this tourist"' attraction are
    i T*..chAND S4.et.r Or.d.. n... Th. smdh-C.r.n. S..Ii.- typ..wntr't tyi| Mrs R. L. Bradley and Mrs. ''I urged" to attend. ..
    j w' ._i>aranttd t. lad th. h.........rli ...t .f h........'.. J B Bradley were' > business I 70th ] f1f1 fitl ff1 ITa) fJfiiJ w Cl
    Recent enlistments In theunit Rrl HirI
    l n
    I i C.eI..f C.l.rt c.... Inv t.. it. Try rr. Tcu'U rMlly .v....t Sl.ilin visitors. to Jacksonville Monday ,, are Donald Ebvrl. James D

    Fuquny. Terry Hnrdee llarley J..J/OO/ WITH ITS
    Smith CoronaCORSAIR Smith CoronaCLASSIC B E. Reddish and Claud I I R. Hartley larry O'Neal and ,
    Rowe attended the funeral of Ave A. O x1win,
    J, A, Rowe In Macclenny Fri
    The unit will be visited by
    I day.Mr 'I'i I I an auditor train the Slate Ad.
    and Mrs. C C Hlggln-
    jutant General1 office on Jan
    Lowest Priced FullFeaturedPortableIYlth Key-Set Tabulator botham of Ocala were \Vt'd.1 I,, 23. All fund and Stale prop. X 6, ytF, ; u'' STARTINGJAN.
    An Outstanding Buy SALE
    Tab Key nesday overnight !guests/ of erty will be audited at this
    Reg. 79.35 At This Price. Mr and Mrs T L. Wainright. f I 1 time. 16TH, 1964
    I Reg. 115.50 I I The annual audit and In.
    Back ToSchool Mr and Mrs Clyde Walnwrlght venlory of all Federal propertyand
    I i! 6500 Back ToSchool of Barlow spent the funds will be held In MEN'::''
    I'' Sale Sale Q coo H weekend C! Walnwrlglit with Mr and Mrs.I i February.daughter. All \Winter Jackets Reduced

    .6 MIN Sifts Prewott. attend Best Grade Hubbard Slacks
    Plus Tax I 1 Via Tax ed the meeting of Black Creek 'I Glennann spent the $19.95$16.95 Reduced to 14.99
    Baptist. Association at Jones I' first part of the week with $17.95 $14.95 Value Now $11.99
    i. I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I Road Baptist Church In Jacksonville Miss Vera Crews In Jackson: $17.95.lIG.95 1 Reduced to $13.99 -

    Friday tllle.Gateuiay'i $15.95 $14.95: Reduced $13.95 $12.95 Value Now $10.99
    Mrs C R. Crews and grand. to $11.99 -- ".......- -
    \i -- -- 'S'l!.3.5'. '$ 2-9-: !; i Reduced'to"t $8.99 11.95- -9.95- Value. Now $8.99

    SAFETY CHECKED: $9.95 $8.95 Reduced to $7.99 $8.95 $7.95 Value Now $6.99

    Great LATE .MODEISKKCONDITIONEI; --
    I OTHERS REDUCED to ONLY $5.99Flortheim $6.95 Value Reduced to Only $5.29
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    All Men. Top C.d.l


    ! \ USED [ AR # KNTIHK:: SHOES: HT'KICtutnu ( MENS YEAR ROUND SUITS SOCKSfl.OO) Value

    : ; : ) TO PRICES SLASHED! Now 79c

    'Itl.US i.vi.9.1 rmrt( : HI.ASIIKDTO! : .II).!)')

    $$16.80 (U I.U! ItMtf: PltlCl. : HI.ASIIKDTO' : 112.9'J Hunting Jacket

    II \'alue In 12.1.9.1! '114.00 !T!'.!'I1 .rillMt.rtttllKU'f/: : : ) 132.99:

    SOME REDUCED / PRICE 1-2 PRICE

    I I'; Crosby Square TOP JHADK: HUITM ('lIIe....:.:. MKHIT.HKWEI.I. : .

    Trade In On 1964 Chevrolet SHOES : : .
    / 11,94SWEAT
    And Corvair Has Been Terrific This Hat Left KNTIHK::- : HTWK SHIRTS

    $8.99 CASH SALE ONLY
    Clean Used Car We Have each
    U. With Too Many Good -- sj.,49

    Value In 111.93
    Slashed The Price Below Our Cost. They Mutt Go!
    MK.NM: !4 T0|' UMDK: : IIOYHI'ldiintl !

    Crown Matter WORK CLOTHES and (1'ordureySHIRTS

    ( (1.1" leather,
    Sale
    I Clean Sweep SHOES.NOW $4.99 Work Pants Now $3.99 1-2 PRICENo

    we,. ((3.99 Work Pant Now $2.99
    \ Clean Sweep Sale 1963 CHEVROLET IMPALA
    2-1963 Chevrolet $12.95 $10.99 Shirt to Match $3.99 Now $2.99 ea. Credit at
    I'' ...- II. T "_.. ell_srr. ,
    1962 RAMBLER fMM>r nrmJiM. St lU. II..S.e, ;U0.95 $8.99 rillOUr HI.KKVK: : : WOUK )sits rrt Those LowPliCDSl

    i Air fMbL tM HI r..lw. /. $2495 Co. Demonstrators n.'" Valw. NOW ONI.V II.!)') Ea.h: !

    4-i,_ !&rd... Air c...... II....... Wi.' .... f_ ....-f'. .
    $1795
    lIfH, Uk :Nrw' AT 1958 CHEVROLET I.ESH: THAN 1.000 MILK" :*- M n'. Leather BOOTS IK.NH, : IAN; HI.KKVK: : IKNM I.K.IIT: VVKUJHT

    NEW; CAIt WAHHANTV: 21
    1962 FALCON WAGON '''""' --:'. ""'"' MONTH OK :21.000 MI1.'! .:SIW -.. SPORT SHIRTS TOP COATS
    IA'4W TL .. Farr., A.taVI1k : CUT
    1-' I.C. 5a41.,. Tr...., T.. T_ r.l. art 695 HKKE: THEY: AHKt: ;H $13,99 U%.'$ Value
    .......,. '.w no-- cat n. J1595 Till rt>. - II7.' TO KNTIIJi: : 11Ti CK
    - fOK NO.1.1 NOW $14.99
    1959 FORD T-BIRD I... <.Mrs**. !...... f.--....... 1-3 OFF

    1961 CHEVY Vt TON TRUCK ]-!>..* M. T. ...... u....... M*,fc MHsi. IU4 ..... tli. .. c+tOur NJ.d IU.'S! curt'lAQQ
    ....... .... "If' ,...... r_.. IlL, *
    itr <'-. -. r a....... r ".......-. $ : 1UWRUBOER
    _.. 111,93! TO 11.'" t' H. IIAI.NHTKKRAINCOATS ;$ Everything Reduced
    u. Her 35.505 Mti.a" HN1....i... r'c.' rw r Tsp. -
    00.._ .\ nlAT I'IIT 51095 n_ % -rr41tL 'T .It ,... llMbM T100t A.,......... nweMT
    .. .t4 Mir.Cmr "' .... /.n T1IoM BOOTS $3.99 $2.99 CASH ONLY

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    Factory Trained Mechanic* Plus Our Modern Facilities Assures *. M.rw..ay, _... I.s.T'* II..... u

    You The Beat At Lowest Cott. SPORT COATS 1-3 OFF SWEATERS -- NEW STOCK

    NO.2. .
    Service SpecialMotor Service Special I .... ..... c........ ....... t'_.... W.SH .AJtIf 'N WEAK: $12.99-$10.99 value Now $8.99
    ....... __ MMb" "' ...... ..& A..1
    "' .... "'". .... -- r-. SLACKS. value to $5.99 Now 53.99 .II ",.\-0.:- ("): Or '
    Tune-Up Front End Alignment. $6.00 .., ... c..i. .......d./t..._, t-nuu::- : lrftx'It 1 -2 PIICE

    6 Cyl. Engine M1M rata $6.50 Wheel Balancing . $1.50 ::= Mi.rW..::::. MENS ROBES PRICES SLASHED

    "'- **". $8.50 (f'h4 W"....) err WV... tut' CVr.Ma TWoo lw n.. A fsAM Men Hat Rain Hats
    8 Cyl.J Engine Iff fl ....., U. M. V*Mr...p MENSA BOYS SWIM WEAR SO) Pak. 12.19. Vain

    tai.. l> Il.at Buy Now for Spring '/3: PRICE Now $5.49 Now $1.99

    GATEWAY CHEVROLET INC. ;

    P ricedBehw Cost t Come In And See Our Outstanding Values Cash Sale Only!
    u. S. 31 (OORTH) BY ARKa:, FLA.

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    PAne ''rWI'L\12: TIllTCSDAT, JAN. 16. 1981(
    BRADFORD COUNTY TFt.KOIlAni. RTARKE.: FI.ORTD
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    1 ivrrr taught NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED
    ,. The < lass IK I clr: e<1 to others.
    who wish to tmiull. Another i Further Drastic Price Reductions
    Home I Iv clnss will/ bfi J formed however, CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY
    at the '
    cono'JIJHIOR
    of the present
    one The class Involved five
    Demonstration learning ore each week SCHOOL NEWS: I low did. pastor: ZephanlahLane On Entire Inventory

    orange' H',seem t'a.nlp.t i The District 5 PTA annual reporter.Greater .
    The council meeting Congress of Allen, Chaptl AME:
    OiAinjje Dessert' Content
    Notes Is open t t11 Florida residentwho I I Florida Branch National Con- Church,: Rev L A. Sampson
    any
    has paused' l his or her 17th ttresK/ of Colored Parents and pastor. Regular services: will STARKE
    By Dorothy] Ross birthday on January 13. 11464.t Teachers will be held Sunday. be held Sunday starting with ROBBINS (WORTH'S)
    Sunday School at 10 a. m FLA.
    Home Demonstration Agent .Kuril: ti Ipe submitted must be I Jan 19 from 8:30: a.m to 2.30pm :
    for a dessert< and Include at at RJE High School. Morning Service. 11 a m
    .. fount. f cup'' Reglstiation will be held Evening Service 6 p. m. The
    wo oranges or one 111 E. CALL ST.
    Choir Union will meet Sundayat
    of oni' I from 8:30: to 9:30.: The local
    For age juice. proRiam will begin at 9:30 3 p. m. at Allen Chapel All
    I
    s..wior Clan for Adult, ,M. :Markham attending an entry blank contactthe with Prof. Eddie Thompklns. members and friend are Invited SAVINGS SAVINGSUP
    If? omo Demnnxtratlon Office'I :
    I These ladles learned techniques
    The first class got oiV to a ,in Court HOUSL, I:4tarke.I I principal of RJE, piesldlrig to be present
    good tart Friday witlli" Mrs. of sewing using thesowing h h.xt'wxl ICrroliimrndpd.,. : School Superintendent H, P'I Greater Flee Will Baptist UP UP
    Bill Brown Mrs. Charles : machine. It's surprising Morgan, and Mayor Randal; Church Rev. Louis :McKay
    zlP-j. but have the hem: />11 food U low In calories but
    peror, Mrs Oolph Reddls'h you ever put Chltty will take pait. A IIe- ,: pastor. Weekly schedule as
    In child's dross on the machine [hl KtIn vitamin and mineral
    a follows :Monday\ night. Choli TO
    :
    Freeman Crosby, and Mrs. 'il't lection will be given by the,
    p
    ? This and other tricks In ao delicious and good for, RJE Band under direction of No. 1 will hold rehearsal.
    :vit.i ,I!"III, If you are looking forSomething Director L. B. Monroe The'I, Tuesday> night Story Hour. % %
    If different to 70 70
    prepare,I npeaker will be A L. OagoodJr Wednesday night Prayer
    '( for.your family look no lonjr1 ., president of FCP-T. '! Meeting Thursday night, x AI 1 ft- try Shrimp Curry I' All parents are 'Invited to: Choir No 2 and the Ladles
    ANN.OUNCINGI II !Shrimp Curry Circle will meet. Friday+ night.
    I
    I One-and one-half pounds de. I I,' attend District thin S meetlnx includes the following -I I Prayer Band meeting. Saturday We've Gone Through Our Entire Store And Slashed Prices
    veined, ( shrimp, one and, one I counties AJachua.Bradoid night the I Can Circle
    ; A New Service for Bradford J 'half quart water, 1 tablespoon j / Citrus.: LeVY Mar-!I will meet at 'the home of Rev Again -- THE END IS NEARACT QUICK, While Good Mer-
    unit, one-fuurlh cup choppet'llonln ion, Putnam and Bumter. i; McKfly. All members are Invited -
    3 tablespoons melted RING C.tRfUI'n'I: :: : I to visit these meetingsMrs. chandise Is Still Available -- Some Odds And Ends At Un-
    : and Arcai ,
    County Surrounding butter or margarine 3 tabieep.one The Senior Class of RJE I, --- Rebecca Allen reporter -
    h flour, 1 tempoon aalt.IILI.II will hold the first Ring Ceremony I .
    W i bclicveable/ Prices
    .
    1 teimpoon curry in
    pepper I the history of the

    : COMPLETE powder, one-fourth teaspoon' school on Sunday, Jan 20 In -."'" -. ... .... 1-... ...... .
    powdered (ginger/ 2 cups milk t\. "" ... ,
    the school cafetorlum A capable ""> '" .... '
    ,,2 cups cooked rice. I I _""" :--- I' .0< '\,:
    : SEPTIC TANK AND HAUL2N8 speaker will be selected !
    .
    Place Hhrlmp In boiling salted to participate on the delightful ., '.;. / ,. f.... .. '... '.
    t,: f water. Cover and return to program( being planned by ',' :=-, ; \
    : SERVICE ,the. boiling point. Remove from members" of the Senior ClaM NEWJ1ESTERBROOK '! 4t\ 't
    I-/'l' Girl. ;: LADIES ..
    .. heat end let "stand 3 minutes' The program will start ;. \ "J .
    Drain. Cut large xhrlmp In hiilf. promptly at 3 p. m. Music for ,
    : Fill Dirt 1 1.i Peat Moss Cook onion In butter until tenderj the occasion was arranged by 1 COATS JACKETSVALUES .
    DRESSES
    blend In. flour and Mrs. W, M. Randolph and Mrs. I
    ; a"allon-I TO $12.98 "i ",
    : Sanda k \ \ Solite I Inll. Add 'tnlllc gradually anA j I Francii' Pin Cl' Class sponsors 1BAJL '.. "

    : *, Rock 1 1 l''.A\ Ditching ;cook stantly.until Add thick dhrlmp, stirring; heat'on-I i iS..rve : H. W.are Taylor Mrs. Ola George and POINT' : 34S5 ; Further Reductions tt j

    with rlco! Hurves! > alx. A'4KF.TRJ.LThl' I '' 3 Price Groups
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    : :Gravel 1 1)) Drain'Pipes Lost", '1''. H. "Hnvlnif. lluniU I RJE' Tlg-erettes won an* a.a. .

    : '* Soil 'r' Water Holes bU may have heard the overwhelming 53-13 victory rover t Girls
    Top the Williston Vocational | L '
    tftory of the farmer! who lost ($1.00j //1 s $ $
    ftlrls basketball team last
    r 'three Savings/ BomH in a most Fl'II'I DRESSES 3 45
    ,
    day night in Wllllston The
    Foundations Dug unusual I way: They were eaten )
    name was a one-sided affair'I .
    C1101CEOFtk
    by a cow This not only I I.* an :

    Back-Hoe Work I'to nniimlng be true itory tnhen, It just from happens) theTreasury from White the very Ola beginning Brown Irene Betty Retractable and refillable j ENTIRE STOCK VALUES TO $14.93 "

    Plttman. Bprllne Parks and Choice of 4 colonUnconditionally
    .
    f. Oyster Shells reason Department. for' mentioning tiles.The Ruby Revel sparked for the I $$100 and $$200 SPECIAL '
    GROUP
    fttsike team Coach IrifjHarvey
    1 guaranteed'
    r this I Is to remind you that poo-! ,
    seemed to have been .
    pie are losing their bond everyday 'Oua..nt..d. litlnit tifKttir
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    somewhat pleased with the I I .1.and 'kma..eO.a
    In a variety of wy Andtll.y ,itpur II .pliumml... MIMI *MInd .-
    ands ,11 are getting them r..plac..d.fl'l'e improvement being made by lk.r/ .IMndlinL to UtX'brink. ..' i i '
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    or know someone who their hands full this/ Friday i 1 VALUES: TO $8.98HUltUV
    : PUMP OUT i j / DRAIN FIELDS haw, rsmumber! this: Junt let I right when they will meet I love ya, ,,. cnoic) ( LAIIES) ".j I
    the Treasury know about It. Peck High of Frrnandlna In Estero..ma t : YOU'LL WANT TO
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    I j SERVICE / RE-LAID You'll get a form to fill I the RJE gym. ENTIRE; STOCK PADDED BRAS
    sl'i then you're on your way to Ollt'j, The Tlgeia have! nothing to LA OIL'S HOUSi: BUY :3 OH 4 OP THESE; ,r
    covered, riches. If you h.'I\'' .. And S.
    fret ,
    i about even though they r
    : Filter Bed Systems record of bond numbers iiiij .>> fell to a flred-up Wllllnton 'tf J DRESSES Crinolines mEAT \\IVES .
    Girls .
    forth. that will peetl' 1 up five, The Tigers led the scor-
    ... But Uila /U not absolutely Inll up to the last quarter, '
    / essential11 when A couple of bud MUST CO--NOW NOW ,_
    1l ......IbU. bl..k.\. \ "...' nr.a.'''.' T'Fr. ...._1. ,
    l nave Willlston thn edj! The A ii 1i: REDUCED: : :I TOJ44 # '
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    BradfordSeptic Ii "I ;
    Oh'la In the Stake Elementary -I final scene: was 57-34 In favorof ,g : '" "

    ,. 8th grade exhlbttln their'tooth 'I WllltsonCIIUIK' .. $ & $244 % PRICE \: ,,:,: :\.,.. ',:"'- .. '...-q ''i
    project (sack lunrh) last II N.W4Thll : !' _
    I week were; ShAron Leash First Boin Church ofthe Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH

    Cheryl Godwin.' Denise Winkler t Living and is apomoilnasi .., -
    : Carol/ Hardy. Jan Thomas contest between the Sunbeam -.rr....... ,. .F -.''" ., J.&.f:& .......'..
    Tank Fawn" Onasett Nancy Gay, Hu- ao pel /Slnjiers and theStar11te l
    eon Uynl. Carol ltel.lIlh1.1, : Uonpel Singers on 11en(
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    HHSH thimble, Undit Haaa, 1'nm Jali :lit( at 8 p m. All slnvlnw ollrela //i II 0 Ie.;

    Hlika., Janell Thompson, Junetinpln group and friends are In- DRESS SLACKS p l ENTIRE: STOCK
    < Carolyn Wulllng, an.1Rht'lia 'Wiled| to "I.t..ndtelct..r F. LADIES
    AND HAULING CO. t
    Henley.Olrla f $$174
    at Sou til side .xhlblUn I $284 to $$444 SHOES

    .rack lunches were: HebeCM'
    Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Powell McMillan, Patricia FxIwanH. FLORIDATHEATRE 4 SHOKS THAT SOL
    Polly Wade, Carol l Darley l Dab- llKCi.: : VALUES; TO $lZ.g!) ;,t FOUMKItl.Y; UP TO $9.93!
    TIIONE .9-2Ill I'. O. RON 207 rn'' "'"'''Valtt, Pam I'erry, TerryRub.rts rr- t WE; STII.I. HAVK': SIZES;
    Ellen: \ nioodworth. Itlta -
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    ,STARKE. FLA. Crawford, land Drr, and
    I June. (Hardy, thildr.nl: Doys Ivy Pants ; ,_
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    Sensational SavingsON MONDAY TNROti( 11 FRIDAY S1 WESTERN JEANS . .
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    i) New Mobile Homes I I F. 94C CHOICE: III"DUNC :

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    taeD stasis ett.Ge t ES $ ,
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    wroawe0 taro Blue 1)enlt! .
    "a atdvee wAll I f $$3<14 to $$584


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    -, HOMES t ). 2 .. :1u. 3 T-SHIRTS 1 i|i; $$284 to $$484


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    ALL MEN'S TIES
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    51' X 10'COACH $3387 SHOES t'hiWren. Cotl-Out They Go For 64c


    SUN., MON., TUES., WED.
    FOR ONLY CII0IC I KK.VTIItC :

    JAN. 19, 20 21 22 STOCK -aaE V4 r'


    PAYMENTS: AS LOW AS U9.no) I 1'lt: MONTH) $$200 $$250 $$300 I lt !..TSt0IT r.gra .;\'

    SMALL |MWX) ) :' PAYMENT::" BEANi .WII Beei) t

    MARTIN' .J SHIRTS I l 1 SHIRTS .
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    Alvarez Manager ,!J"'MOMTCOMCIIf BALSAM st..i>oxll SUITS What A For ..
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    2117 N. Temple Are. :-1.; '..... Florida 'lc"l-a e"V "'1' ""111'," .v"m

    THURSDAY 111 I E, CALL ST.
    WE TRADE FOR ANYTHING! FREE MOVIE Robbins (Worth's)

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    Christmas In Japan Described either! side of the room were dulene Ackrldg.,*" of StaikeI M < Henry r.i: tem' spent the. l.ONO:.; muuoF. 1"'I'u"" 11,1k
    I : full length sliding doors. the PtRSON.\L."I: : I t.a H I I II
    weekend
    I in Staik; "111oIl's:\ 10MWMTV: tlllKCIIsuuduy
    J By Brooker Service Man I I: back one offering a panoramic. : ,, Friends of Flank WcUhau-:, Eftle Johns. While\ there she I I --=- :
    view of the city. sen will 'be interested to know I visited Mr and Mrs. M.,xieCitrtei ; :' School. 10 a m. %.......1.! uf .Vt>|.lli-;"".... Put 'I'm. 25 DISCOUNI
    I I i .1 %
    Christmas A Japans dish. sukiyaki. a that he returned to his home Sr at KlitH lcy Lake :Mxining Woiship. 11 a. m. KlN. in' till. .'. ..
    observance in I themselves in the beautiful. !II 1 conoctlan: of beef cabbaae. I Saturday after being cpnflnrd FrirtKls. of 1.4'e Orp"n11'111 1 li, EM mug St-ntt 7 p m -. Villip! In' hKicliv. nUrn 'llni-: '.
    Japan Is vividly described in familiar IC. \\ I 1135.. lh- hiiMir >r n).
    the following letter I garb of their heritage. ,i onion stalks. konnyaku. soy I, to Ri\ers'd!' !, Hospital< In JackSonville regiet. 1.<) leutn that he \*..3 I 11 WIfol'dIlCOoI'mlt'k) pastor. fnllnwlnc. ,..rllfl,I ...alin. hit* rio. ..1 ...
    from John the .
    kimono Perhaps the for '1 aIl t-rtlfli I .. for. I ill ilt
    sauce. eggs and several other several davs Injuied In an auto Occident; I li H lax > '
    Register YN3. son of Mrs. greatest noticeable difference! <> l h. 'imiiirit .ihi>r.i Beatrice Sullivan of Brooker. I roots and herbs which namesI I Raymond Kllgore rettuned near his home on 301 last number. nnil, >..nr. .>f !i.. ...
    however is the congeniality cannot pronounce was served to his home Saturday Sunday morning unit is In a I i I \orii'n inITKU: ..tiani.*. I hit ".*",rlptlim of i til.l .' -
    He is stationed with the Navy On the whole. most Japaneseare as the main course for I being a patient in the aftej'I I' serious condition in Baptist t t IMF i: !MTtTK: I'*" KIA'>'UU..\ TO l 1"1'1)'. an" thy niimi tnwtllilt
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    in Japan. friendly. 'I I \\11.1.1"1' KIlM'HTIUI.IAM) I \It wit K .01| itr.
    to learn
    easer dinner. soiullle NAS hospital for Memorial 1 .
    < Hospital rollowniVrtirimln
    several -
    ; .ini UH'lSIO' \\\IUM\M: now :
    Christmas day came with, and very polite. but on thU After arrived. day PattI Parrlsh of J, cksonlllf 'M MM ,MX. IHF \\' 114.I.St'$'I I \.<. 1 Vonimam ..r I'I Devoe PaintsDURING
    everyone MB \ .
    the early rising of the aun. day they presented thc equalities Mr. t \I IHIKTT h".. r*** ulMu'f Miul" I % '* 111510I.0erIptI..ul!
    well understood in Japan listened to selections of Japanese and Mrs Bob Ciosbi' of \ University spent the\ 1 --f, ..rfa...* ..ltr.o.. Ar.t u"nu '- I l of t..I't I v '.
    even better. Certainlythe .
    i and American music. and I Jacksonville! were Sunday supper weekend heie with her par.cut. 'WI n or \Itlh* f& 'Iti .Ijint.Vitmi .) W .r II)
    since it Is referred to as the' tourists serviceman and ,,' ,tn wlttrh, .. O.. .
    t "
    guests of Mr. and Mis \ ou Il.l i ht rhv m tlftHl; I Ih "m ii*< r
    conversed through a '. Mr and Mr D. J. ParS ..
    friend > .
    Land of the Sun. It C < l VoiutiUt
    Rising
    citizens could see through i itltlon I riitH h..n flU'tl 1 I tn tin
    |I Intel'preter. sharing ideas from I Randolph Crosby rlshIt. rTllth J".lh'I.1 t l .., ,,,
    WHS perhaps at first Uke all their actions "1111 IIM t'mtlh '$ milil i>ro|1'''rth M In JANUARY ONLY
    one of our Ideas: Ix>I hour represented coun- Mr and Mrs nob Ray anti I'I or tit* 'In mul for Urmlfoiil( I 'Hi* ,'"OIIly. of llrntlfortl. 3tnt. .
    I .
    previous Christmas I have for v WlUliims pastor of r 1 .
    Christmas i nnrldn
    which t Is Peaceon ; i children. and Mr. and MrR' rI "untv. in OhuhLi'ry, of PIortiIa.I'III.I.' '
    spent in exotic Florida. except Earth. Good Will to ALL i tries. Manvllle Baptist Chinch. Isorenrhlnn I I ',"' thw MtloptUm" uf iIhy U,>'' 1 ) tut'h citifU''*ti* nit**'.
    Cliff Rav. aU of Parkeisbum \\ i I lllMtn t. .. V .. .. Ir.I| |nt .
    I ( S r r |II br i HtiM'iHiMl' NO* onlihK tn :mvth
    for the few flourishes oJ i Men." Mlneko a young! attractive Y(a. 'were\, recent visitors of Mr. / a revival! al Fairbanks -. "tft ,fopv" .uf ynur nn.\\i r* or I .* |.'..i'i.ry ,tei't'i tbotl' I lit NIH. .I Iti
    .
    snowflakes which started to I : Japanese girl accompanied by and and t R>v. Melvm Wwt-, .i.Jri tlonm$ on Oniy, tlcxltlftrtt, 14s .c,.,uri' ...itp or HftltU, 'moo will! 0 & \\V I ARDVAREAt3D \
    Arter Attending church services Mrs! Bob McClungMr .
    I her \V tm Htrrt-l tIelii.u.vlIk.t"I'i'Ide. > !10. MOM. In tinliltfhmt blilttm. III
    fall later. cousin. Masako. were host son preached the sermon Sunday .
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    aboard ship. several other and Mrs. Homer Thomas 1 ttornry for p tltl 1.111."l's. thi i ...t holiSm (1 t.n.r ..n therirot I
    The day began with hun I ewes while Mineko's brother nuht at church Rev, .. *ml to HI* tif urtHlnttli \.i''lodoy' In M..nth .., r.t hrmir .
    I young men and I pioceeded Katuhlde. was the interpreter 't announce the birth of a Togal..t. former orMaxvllle i hr,Mir" tn I h. ufflit of th* >. Itfiti wtilih. IN tht< 1rililnv
    of pitor
    dreds people leaving their ,
    : to celebrate. acqualutcct son Kerry lurk nf t'tiurt h. ,
    Being i Dean on Jalilt i unlit i n tr .f Kihrimrt $154> SUPPLY STORE
    homes to first pay homage tu with Japanese families I.e'|I'' Mr. and Mr. Shimlru:: sponsored i I Ed Fraser Hospital at MAC- Baptist Chuirh l II ,,t tIle., Jnurv. .11 1944. or M iliti ",,1.'I.'' .. loth ilny or !11.
    the new at i I- pro cHnf,, .iiiMk will tIC rntriWITNH .cmlicr. UIU I
    pastor: Fairbanks
    their Rod. Buddah. later to Intermingle the dinner
    I were invited to spend Christmas \ -,;1 for the pur-I I clenny: Mr*. Thomas and the I 1 _l ..I-c ynu. HKAI.: I )
    Mr
    with the other hun- day with one family. pose of continuing the'eo-px- new baby returned to their and Mrs. Bongs' young >* mv hit, ml nn.l thM itutrUn' 4. l"nrhvt'lurk 301 i I':. CAM!. TUI.aTSTUMP'S ;
    dieds who Ixtence of daughters Linda and Laura >..1| .of .., ,... .
    were shopping In I Knowing It would be far better peace between our I I home here Saturday. lt CMitrt In HlarkcWlnil.U. of ('Irtuli ".t. IJrml!
    the city country and theirs well j who. live near Mount Zion I '. tM Isles' day uf llfl fneil I'"''lIt). Klorlrtu '
    as
    I than celebrating on our as Mr and Mr Ed Water of .,otwr, lvii. tl 41 l J>
    'inelr holidays. though celebrated -I own. we accepted! the Invltatlon -i. a celebration for the Cbl1stmas' Jacksonville spent the weekend t! Baptist Church. were loat for8Ceritl ,'II."U.-II.. l IUItttYtiprk ,* ,
    similarly to our way by 'I day arrival of their son. with Mrs Dorothy Water 'I I hours late Frid) ....r tlriuil:' i ourlUrn.If. .
    some of the people Is. in : Ta: 1Jhlde. borne? leave from and afternoon In the Yellow WastetsectiOn. .., t<| Litunly FIII'hh'ai
    retrospect Arriving; at 6:30 p. m. we pi\ son Innot N I'M" iwiI
    far different First N 1I0YR. where'he Is 'In train' They were found betel. .
    took our shoes off at the door. I Mrs. Clarence Knight has I
    every store shop. restaurant. ,, in* to be an Air Force officer been unharmed and were returned!
    a common custom in Japan I confined to her home for
    and bar was open for business and flyer (similar! to our aviation the to their parents. *
    and walked Into their party past two weeks but has
    Secondly most of the people i I room. which most Japanese j ji I I I cadets] i i I Improved at this writing I Due to bad road several I ikt *
    dropped the idea of western i homes accomodate In the I Several gifts were exchanged Larry Han'Is. son of Mr and lann IIiKiirlt Church membrrs '
    apparel this day and clad. L center sat a low table and on and as each: happy- face I' Mrs Leo Hants has returned I attended. services last IIN 'UV1 I
    --.,- ', glowed after each discovery to his home after being confined Sundttr at Maxvtlle Baptist\

    ---ffii--: It made me thankful that I to Bradford County Hospital Chur'h.y.., welcome these JANUARY
    1 could nerve overseas as an visitors and hope they return! I

    ambassador for our great Wlnfrrd Harris Is receiving again, I 84teWf liI
    country. which the entire | treatment at the Duval Medical Funeral services for MrAnnln
    : I
    ,>I world looks toward for leadership O-nter In Jacksonville PuiUett of Mlddleburii

    and the enforcement of'I Oary Hedding and widow of the late Jack Pud-
    I II I pence Though I mlafd being Lowe Of Cecil Field and Kar Max gett. were held at 2 p. in saturday FeLt
    with my family. I am proud l on and Sharon OrUfls! of nt Long Biauch Cintetrry .: r.itour" (Ho'Men's 111
    I I to have had even this trivial\ I Maxvllle attended the basketball I O'"or e Soulley, son of I I'I Boy's Shirts
    part In continuing that strug :| name between Baldwin Mm Pndgett. was. a former ShirtsWere
    | gle for worldly peace which |I Maxvllle resident The community '
    i I and hastings at Hastings last $2.98Special
    to
    $1.98
    the world< longs for. which the I !Friday" night I expresses Its sympathy \ 'I '

    I world through our effort naysclnday I' Mrs. Joe Lucas drove Mrs 1Iutb J< $2.98 !
    obtain 1|'I I
    i I, Martha Hatten to her homeIn Funeral nervier for Mis ; (

    4oln Register.MAXVILLE. Jacksonville Tuesday Mr*. 'I' Ruby Cannon of JackNittivllle \. I Sale Price JANlfAHVSM.K:' : ONLY) ,
    I flatten has been staying with were! held at 2 p ntTuendiiy
    VVvvvvwmVVyyvvyyVV Mrs. Mary Mosley for the past Jan 7, In the L nu I fiNE) lUf. rELT-TIP( ?PWWRITES

    two weeks. Branch Church, the died Sun
    t day in 4 ,\.o: ;: fII, $1.98 $ l 39
    i Mr. and Mrs. Jim Parker morning Jitekson\llli*
    THINI.Fornotss.packagsoc I
    and son returned home Monday honpltnl Her husband, flmnt: I

    By 1\...*. A C. Hinds I after visiting In !Fort" Cannon. 1 I. a nephew of one sit, .. -
    .&A.. .......... A Lauderdale with! lelatlve of our resident K le Cannon. woik, it horn, woik or .. .- .-I---: : : -. .
    I Jim Bird.: Johnny Dover Sympathy. U expressed to the' I kttoollConvtnltnt:
    PTA MEETING I and Hank Baldwin will leave family\ S pocket clip.
    The Masvllle PTA met last 'I this weekend. for a two month Mr. and Mr. J C HUgln. Non toilc. odoil, "j Ink WIDE SELECTION OF PIECE (GOODS)

    Thursday nlaht In the !school I', stay In Cuba with Ui,* U. S botham and family and Mr lllhlni colun. ,
    cafeteria! for the l"f'lular! 1 I Navy and Mr*. Elmr( Hlnglnbutliitnitwl I :
    monthly time1 I: family all of I... c
    wley,
    mating The | Dave Oolder and his mother I
    has been changed, in the future -, left Monday. for a visit In) visited! the Buford Illgglnbut-! j l: Value 98c 5 9
    to the first Monday of' I I Michigan I I hams last Sunday. SPECIAL!

    t each: month. Instead of the i I Mr. and Mr*. John Mr. Gloria Baker! and nn I kv.I;;: ; Yard
    first Thursday I j have purchased the of Jackaunvllli' were weekend I t;, 1d.,

    D. Z. Young principal end i llarap Chance house on guett of the Lrll Mwr' .l.. : I
    : Mrs. Edith Toung. 2nd and i sylvanla Ave. and vat.rl// Mr. and Mm Jack Waters ;

    1/2/ CARAT 3rd grade teacher arc attend. I II ccnlly from the Wesley anti family of Jckonvllli ,-. r

    $$19995 I lag modern math claM in ) rlshOus4m' ,. were Sunday' Jacksonville every Thursday Mr and Mr.. ralll *. Dorothy Witer. !n' tur- 'I SPECIAL (
    TOTAL WEIGHT OF DIAMONDS nlwht. drove Jim Parker to Cocoa I day guests were Mr and M,.. ,: Bradford County 1..11. Ir.ei.e') ", I\I.n.\ $\tmueie

    Stunning 7 Diamond Bridal l Set RUth lUngs I Mr. Cox (th and 6th grade Wednesday! where Mr Parker i! Roy Water and family of S (Girls: Jackets ItoyM iisrketi
    II I teacher won the room count. f will go aboard shin for a 'r Jacksonville, I I TELEGRAPH SALE 1..11.. I1$0u1e4$ ('hUdr.n.hll4t":\
    STORK SIIOWEItMrs. l crulM with the U. 8 Navy. David Lngli.sm.: ) son. of Jolt., i Iand
    ( ..01..., of UK \\hit. or Yellow, tlukl.
    Mr, Ifei rick of aomolon Mr Ovne i
    I IDonlt Pet Willbanki and KltglUli.: recently
    King and l>>>liun..iul.* enlarged to>> ..h m detaIl ]I .
    Miss Susie i HarrU. gave a stork Road U confined to a Jcksnvlllo | received' treatment In I
    i shower lust Saturday nlgM at !I \ ho.plt l .t t this wrltlii. Brmlfmd CiHintv HixipUal
    Miss Our '
    January the home of the former In '
    honor of Mn. John Water

    WHITE SALE SPECIALSON The room wa decorated: .
    with an umbrella attached to I
    the light fixture with blue and ff !me1l_
    ALL APPLIANCESDiamond
    pink streamer hanging. to the
    table on which KlfU wrre AT- ,
    ranged.Dames. Outstanding
    Saving Stamps .
    were played and 1 aI
    With All Purcha.esBullington's prize, awardrtl to Mr*. Prank
    Bell.! Mrs Ed Wa""ra. and Mrs.John I

    Alter Watff the opening of |UU |i J

    reti eshmenti. were trrrrA. MALDNE GLAMOUREST
    Out Of town gut. ..U Included '
    ltrs. Ed WI un of JacJtion >

    ville. Mrs. Harold 8tarlln. of !

    G. E. Appliances Studio & GiftsI, Lwvtey, Mr. J D Davis of | '
    I Jacksonville. and ),fr.. t.Iac-1

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