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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 30, 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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''I I The imj-wiuling resignation of Robert Scott Law-

Development Authority metnhvra. (In fore ground' ) ponder I loy'H 1 'egrn CDimcilman may throw the town's city I

requent. ofV.. >K. Blgham Jr. (center bw-...lrruundIon..y) ; Judge's LectureIs I For 50 Years fathers into a I'tnlt.'mnt&lonlll1Y: night when an attempt .

night fur I3S.OOO loan for hAA Bedi-nrlll plant at 8..N..r..t. To Feature ,.,,,,, ? U: mmlo to fill the! vacancy. !

left I U Bro"kprh.yor: 51.11. Ilarrell and at right Jiuiie. Temple AppreciatedCounty In thn lace! of contlnuixthiTHtcnlitti '

Brooker, mlnlnter-teucher pointing to map nhoulng mill i' i .J:1111Il111:1 Y iJl:111{ : phone! calls. Scoti: I the Mnyor might bn allowed '
Berry Queen Judge T. A. t to vote to break; tho tie but a
{Installation! In Southeastern Arles. I unht out Mayor: Charles Ki (
search of the aver -
"a..n'l'Gillminoua t>eed> Rhuford ..t the luttrr'i home. quirk y 1
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loll .lertures. finally paid off ; I Kroiuut rtnturday and clmrtrr did not disclose. thliInformntlon ,

Board Denies] ), Fat Stock ShowA : In"thank a handshake you". to ItlrhwryPrlrol and a Doubles) Average toM tlanlng the. bivnune noon Mnyor or he the was threats re-, I It uii. unbreakable, dondlookdeveli

Trooper tN.. towIcr ai Hhuforil 11111<.1. "I told|Mi, the Council may. at
Strawberry Queen con ., ,who said: i its dlncrrtlnn, order a specul! ,
i had narhoil should br his own judge!!
: nnuvrriitfo
$25,000 Loan test!' and a Fat Stock Show", "Thafs the tint Um January/ ritinfiilt through Monday, I about thut." election to fill the vacancy
of OS!) + inches o\i tli> county, man than I
and Sale: are!' among the expanded anyone has ever thanked ere I A check of the Utwtevilnut.r "" Scott told The TrUgrsph!
\ special! features!' plan me for giving them a tick double the -1.13: ; inch nxeraifo fur the mouth durintr reveals however that that a phone call was received/ .

ned for the spring version of ,,'." the \\ll:4t: MonrH.! The January !1911:1! ( :i ner'rnyfn WII4! Scott cnniiut actually reslxn ut Arnrtl Thompklna'' grooe.v"

To Brooker} MillA l the Bradford County Pair, set After lUlenlng. to .several. 6.0inch":4.: : ,' until he< does 10 either "for .tore In th" awtry Ncgrnnettlement

for April 29 through May 2. hour of Judge Yawn's up )lure wale, 'is ntsrutlng Inptm hamper "l'r1l11&| |& pl'lnllnlf' alwrahour array or Informnllv" to the about 10 a m. Saturday ",

The Fair Association bourd hrrldin;. Dale Spencer met Jan to Frame, who was caught, Trt- -. r,rnm. |iAn<'niie' titgrmtisl,, nralxAux y
Wednesday 22.
loan of ?: to nNi-3ti11 been senn In ninny venrs < that h. must submit hU res- the phone was ..utked 00 you
requested $ .000 Corporation -
start planning the 1064 fair speeding o\er 65 .... p. h. and maxi > ihrr plnntH It i'.' nlrmxly lx*.ii mvirrItiirlng 1111 11\lion either. orally or In know tl>ls (ellow RobtrtHcuttt
of Brookervaa[ denied Tuesday by the Bradford the first to be held following, by Fowler while driving a of ; the week ending\ Cuunoll InreFaid ,
dormant at \nor'\\ ilm 1'enr.and i[ '''Ulna i to tin Wea. tell him 6harhis
County Development Authority in a six to one vote. the recent decision to switch half-ton plrkup truck told not' irk ng up the. wnteras Mumliiv, Nw.. Itlver lower MmnUy' night If ha wlnli" time is lip."

The Tuesday action followed the annual fair date from fall Judge Yawn he had. no et fast. ns 'they wouUI In Ih*': nt, "sur"'
a special meeting Monday I however!' to call another!' meet. to spring.' row. and aald: I i I nprlng If the wet westher ,continue ,, sad. Hunta K" .h KW the Mcolt toM The Telegraph calls and a cnrfcrtw

night when W E Blffham Jr Ing for noon Tuesday to con The queen contest will. be I "1 want to thank that mu,'h I longer, It will month thmiigrt Momlny! "f4nntrtr last night that he had though* burning Incident, at h
Rfxiimill president backed by I alder the matter If the full sponsored by the Clvltan Club. I trooper who stopped me." I I II .. hi..l 103: lnch.s; New 'Itlver.in It was aufflrirnt to "resign' home following his rectl!

a strong delegation of Brooker I board were!' present.At and It was proposed to ask i I Much to the. urprW I I I. and IIUjhlnn.1. DO.Hlnr to the Mayor but Ihnt. hr In December fV-ott sold

citizens sought Authority aid the later meeting!' Bla- tN Cattlemen's Association, to of courtroom occupants, Marke.. new pollre. ufllrer Williston Firm i ij Jn I there hour" bnvn I would submit his resignation made liP my mind to quit" and t

to ease financial strain now ham firmed up his offer to promote the Fat Stock Show Frame walked over, ahook M. I* HllOey, trk-. nutStarke's only thre wixxU. fire wltn It to lire. Council Monday< II went tu Mayor Shufard'a.

being experienced by the plant grant 91 per cent of the common and Sale.A. Fowler's hand and thank !! new police ear, dl.. acre burned, Ihirlrg the wane necesmtryMince I house
that manufactures doityourself stock In exchange!' for a J. Thomas Jr. executivevice ed. him. I 191.1: .amendment, tr
folk
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playing IM W IH-part- poruM l''..t year, Ihore were 1\\I Hcott\ who works gcement .
feed mills. 125.000 loan to be repaid; with. president of the association I i meat darer an dour j i Gets 301 Bid !1\ fire and I 1IKV 7 error burn. the IAW''y' sheerer |)ri>vt BlRham said that most of In a year at six per cent !Intercut. announced the appoint'' I that the Council shall fill "1111
95 Per Cent wa swum Into) office quieth! J
his present financing dIfficulties meat!' of Elden Mathews as dl. Police StylishIn \ each vuoanrlea," a sltuatlott
Z *dra W. Hamilton. Author. W At M Ctiiistructlnn Co. or l I I at the January 6 council meetIng -
arose from the fact that rector of special events foe 5 !Injured In mar ch.Yt.h'I'i Miuulay. niuht rr-
ity member from Brooker put Get Second New Squad Car \Villlnton I low, : Ilia only official action
General!' Electric Credit Corporation the 'fl4 fair and Phil Cronk was apimrent tiulrlng the efforts of an at- .
( which h"n"If'1thO' thin offer in the form of a hire!' as chairman of the bidder. Tuemtny. on fjur-Iunlni' I CarTrucy y- tornry to untnngleU I st this s"a.lon war to second'

contracts on the $6.000-plus motion which died for lack J Strawberry PVntlval Com Sugar Cube I The Stark Polio Department a sFMiiMnt of U. H. Highway .is riMomary nn nuwttown I a motion for adjouruimnt.Mayor .

mills withholds 20 per centto of a second mittee. K E. Jones, 8. R I .is driving<< In "new styl1 301 In Alachua County I I councils for the chairman Hhiifont said, the

protect itself on outstanding Norman Willis. Authority Hlrks Mrs. Ruby Johni, and Bradford's Type III oral polio this welt with a brand new Th Williston firm offer I Iwss Wreck Friday to vote only In eas "of atin town and nradfnrrl CountyARrMft'a
member said he found Rudi- I 1904 Fonl! pain I car, complete J offlc ha! givenHeotl
said j Irttloner
contracts. Blgham Carl Prevail!' were!' appointed vjccln makeup clinic heldSunday IU00.377: on the protectwhich V7ltr four members
that about $40,000 he has mill's financial statement not to the! CIrounds and Land- I I the Mrom with oM stickers bearing th* call for four-lanini. Fin persona. wen' Injuret I Scotl't Ixt 'clyd rrslgnation full protection after reported

made on sales Is tied up in sufficient to warrant making leaping Committee. I bark" rat brought for r.sl>!nnrn, hero 8Urk (Polk- Department Insignia. r 301 from I the. UradfurdAlachuit .I but only. on huapltallsrd.. In ) an apiK>lntnv.nl might!l ) threats., If* War. escort.ml ..
the not
this way so that he cannot an unsecured!' loan. It was announced that the smas- County hoe to the. south a car-truck rolllaUin last Frl \\w mail./ quickly on a 3-1 I lo end from council
cant sn I
touch it and this has created S. L. Peek Jr.. another board would have a free fI.hfr !| up to e.por the total itteamtfeeding. Let' year's, model! the older ,city limit uf Waldo a tils- day I 16 miles aouth of' Btrrkoat if the rhairmsn dosnt, vot"1' meeting. by the Lawteymarshsl.
far
I record .
a serious shortage of operating Authority mf'mber.laid thai' in connection with the Ins pollc ear I.I getting' ssprucup truce uf '.1 I miles, U, H :301 .parr. UM It *. Cl It th" chairman is allowed to, .

capital! while sympathetic!' with Bill annual meeting othe Aso"istlon fit'. >. >b with a new Insignia The came company wa the Truck Wtop.Acrordlng. vote however a 1-3 spill Isi II* was th* flril' N*.,ro public .

At Monday's meeting Din- ham's objectives, he did not en March 9. 9.&OO of Bradford's . Th Insignia's. rr.goM contractor for the recently to rinrlita., High- likely to tievtlop" |lJuct.ln" br il f f official to b..* lctd In,

ham said he needed $23.000 think a $2 .OOO loan would be It was also proponed that. the cond auar 10.0OO with black lines oullln completed tau-lenlnt of f 301 way Patrol mtt. Carlo Mu- l>at vaunt rscnrd "f the office In Bradford County

at the present time and would mfflclcnt to solve the corporaatlon'a the Executive Committee I s, with about I Ing; Ih. *...1. and letters on from Hlatk, !to the lirsdford- groMi. a 1901 Mercury driven Cuunclll' U U po-wlhl, that nose Rofut"ructJQJcI., .4,
out for the. Typo
likely need another 125.000 before problems. composed of officers of the asoclfttlon < turning. "' trsxl tlm.uxnethliig) Alaohua lln*. I Itv Acorn Anthony .ll.,rl. 91.of .. ;
)
he could complete snlllng Chairman Johns said ThiIs start holding wW*- feedings In Nmrom er. el*. "n..*- will Brott Conntrurtlort Co wa 1 1I ,'I' fltark "..h..d Into rhrrear I3y Starke.Br C of C
cent (turnout
stock !in a 100.000 issue that really a request!' for reftnan.clng. 'y luncheon meetlnse! (t noon official say a 60 per vf b* added to the csr. With th.. the {low. blnl. p lt.*rupduring _
is being offered to the and if we start with thin that thf'11"ctorll on th* swrund group of the I
now on Thursdays, and aid of Oscar I Iwrlr County project forconstruction a heavy fug Jua' after
public well let ourselves in fur reguests meet each first and feedings la arnoept., th* ,rmtlrmnhave of a. new bridge niiitntght Ikimsa to the far I Kliiiiinatioii Ot Phone Toll
sakl.
tie acknowledged that h* from other businessesthat third Thursday night of the Johns. BWP chairman built rsges for th* two' and approachea over New I err estimated t at Moo and toIn ,

had no security for the loan could Ult 3 some cash. month at 8 p. m. In the main "W. an thrtllwd that to, can to revel off the back .sell. Hlvrr rthwt of Lesley. I I truck drlv"" n by N..n>

but indicated he would entertain !' A motion was made and sec-. fair building. many of our pmipU. turnod"! out They test ITS to caret, oar Tli* bM wa. IJa.loa and III. :'John Wr.ley (iritnt. XI of To KcvHtouc Ills.( Asked
board be ah
ended that the polled 111 vaccine.
a suggestion to surrender Thomas announced that to gtt Typo and wa built them for 11Cach (\ project roat will b* sharml! by I fltatk. at tlftOllealrlc .

51 per cent of the com.pony' as to whether or not the Florida Hydrocarbons Inc. hadAlur.tM said. ," Ch'f' lull Itowwr saUl. Hradford and UnkMi .....Jtarrr. 1 1.IIId -,..,- I -
until he loan be made. Hamilton voted! whale" driverint- asking Jurehmhuthm Oradfurcl County hamper coinmunleailona -
common stack 20 trash barrels to the Th* polio CtHI""H// A resolution
"Also. unxl to hav the .par from tlielr _oud.r .
... w iK-al| Negrea, a prx.nrarr
wai In poniUon l to buy !it t back. In the affirmative and six no association and that these. sUtlng: of th.fMNkngs. 'wastppvdup of loll rltais, .. on on p .lki*. ambitlaiic -
M. O. lUrrell Mayor of votes were recorded by W111K would be painted and lettered M,*ral month. bysn Ile. Insignia painted on. cars fund, I lit Ih* truck was tlte only permi j r trk-phoiMi. ell .lwtt. Mark I *. and _hospital' carrier", .
for $2O The>o.* rlhk.raul All rice
Brooker spoke In Blgham'sbehalf Pack Johns Clyde Tcrmlllegar by the City of Slarke epidemic of Type t polioIn I lo M h..taJI1| and Keyiton Heights ha and thai their rmrval' wouslrull !
coat' Nos"Junior Pie Involved. weirIterlyd '
telling!' how much the Bryant Reddish and W ,,I IU. Information wa !received /i,.arby Inival County teat Cherry tit the .persons bevn Orafle.1 br the rilarknradfuril *- : in "sn Improvement in

industry had meant to the I Maxwell. I I that the association could I November, Th final To Flouriili. In th.* .mrin"y "11.)(In'j,, CiMirity. Chamber' of our taaivunt>> and a m>

community In payrolls. Har- The Authority then unamtmously ,I qu.lltyor surplus property for Bradford will be h.r.-111"1, WomenTo 1 at the llrstlforil County 'winmeic, rr.eutirr commute ckia/. knit eoutwratlv lon
said that Interests in voted to adopt resolution ., I! February 22 pltal, ho..n munity apUll.tllark .-
fell only If Its building ls -fall I day. Marrh I, whan *
to declaring that: "To .... I' Two tiaanger* In tli* M..I will h* >r*. *, Lesley, and Ktn"4ley -
Athens! Oa. had promised out" proof A report will bop van-In will bf.4". to r l- Give $2/00 .' Ttt nrrrhdbn i |"
bullet a building. for Redlmllland i clarity the Issus. w* think the; made rn the feasibility of dnts her*. Chem pt-e will b. flnodm turf, Chrk M ll n sealed t.. {Hi* Hradford Counllomniaial l..k* .,* "rv"l by Ih* tn
I
put up 125.000 11ento proposal) would be a misplaced' Qualifying the proponed' new Th Bt"W Club bs underwriting A Tall HUrel solo on Washing I Itoll" II. and William lttplu Ml>- <* ,tt. tli,* ntarka Cut d..rld..n'. TtUprwine Co I I1or
For Project I aUo Injarrd in
cannot lend money birthday nest. month."" as .pr. II. wr .. CUVCouncil nicely MUrle Txleprton' eft'> '
If nuham would move his op.erwtion trust as .e llventork" building for such tn* drive snd providing I' ninrll( .., and tli ,l4. Uy
W < nrdlng to p'ant m>4( by tl> Ih* mUMp. provkfos! lolt-
there!' without good security wlln a r''iul fur siii wrilti .Ir.* Blitham said he had agreed I I Ito'me..t further recommend that Red!. undo clerical.. Dr lama help to W. reflstvrpupl .'atra,. Hum worthy\ prop, t or "1.1"" llrtall !"/erarrlrb. Asm Hsl Muro'* ...1'In\ W* ./.>plbb| al Itwtr regular' .ml fro Mrvle blwn thchanges ... .<.
nlll trv to get private backIng" : group will get U <* WI M xxU"" ) 'latino al. meeting her report that VUrl. driver of ll- real wkMimilar Ki l with the Athens people Taken) ta. the chairman. for tn m..1 JunbrWeman' .. 1o..rl''''''',. was driving"' a'l ease
this Thtirsdnv for the funds< needed! $1,000 night when. th* Htark fur laf morn n' ''' *ctt.<"i was lskn mihrn. \ It*11 T l pr orn
-Atlanta I I cal proftMlon in the lUlen and Ti will b' m'li: by CO- *.r.**lv* rat of *pe\ . them an answer lie In his presentation!' to theDosed From EI Rancho CGII"t"\\ Club I ) ptr 'teal week ty trui K.y.liMM hors 'lrtilMsvtIl MvUlont'
and live hUdIbtl
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immediate! decision Blaham said he had and loral votes on where to put it* mon ,prey! e"g. Nrlk: stures at atr Ml tit truck from < I Height t'h' . raked far an manufactured and sold SO Restaurant nurvea are donating tholr time .y tn the to..t lnlerU of lMmmmrnety I l.r level I'll' In cotinecII *a* chaiiett with are**.lIng > nearer whose IMIU**! *.Ui. In by public'' Irxlire hale. th* ne, h i<
by the Authority I to rdminMUr. th* ..,-.. .-il. Wal- f* spoHl' for t euiMtltlonaf
l with: I'tn ar f
1961. his best year n IwU will' b.* lo patltlan
Johns chairman of the mllU /tn '.*.. Carl .
Cl 1 ,irntlnw !*... II( t> r <. ... i iUtpul.e
Authority said that only ties but that operations! had been ; Thlvs tnt rd th* Ren.1 flu far four rapr..-ntatfrN l ni- her araTtm N4rWa" ,IUllroa.1." AlliS l

tnmbr" < of the board wenprcxnt seriously curtailed In 1M' due cfM Restaurant on N rth T..nv Building Permits of kicsl. orf nut. *t km* ar* slatrt ItttIr oilutuin) d"cr.l : >., lhat CummiMUjsi (tot

and that he was re to I lark of sufficient: operating pie Av*. and stol g<"to>\. YII\|\Total X34,000During to pak at !In. aaMtlag. that <.:i i art-e .between Ky.kMw pubtM hartn on th* plStarke "

lu.cL. t.nt.1o decide a matter of capital .. over ll.ooo ..>milt I"'. ,, ..tsrt .t a P III. in thsn Nom. ?, !Ib ,r ... rnA mr'rr yrrnUn/ ,...*I

thH lmix>rt" nce without ful! James Tempi. Brooker ftaturdoy night, aeeordlng loth Week : '. Club bulWImg, -
membership. vhool principal and minuter.: Bradford. County Sheriffs i iI I i 'ftI.tt7..*. R. T., ,....-".'" r rS .'rison EducationIircclor Man

John aid there was a who worked as a part lime. Department.. Nnr ..rvW* station con lor tbe llnMlal, I......... _II. Re ignHalph
.
qunMlon In his mind of the salesman in U. mtdeit for' I Entrance.. m* gln
leasllty of the Authority lend- Blgham at one tune, said out are sUt of ,tr.r' of the bwildltig permits .U.u..1 i! Msternlty war.l .t >>'*.:!.' *4Ooonly 17. UlH,m, director 0'lduri l

lest public funda without proper there was no doubt a* to the! tn. Joaloetoy window MI th* by th* Oily CIft II'. office In lb (iltal. ll..rest'antnrttar .lkm) si Ih* "UU> tolaunha .. fondA

st-cunty and suggested quality and sale. ability of the amith rIM' of Uw .ta..rant for pal two weeks, totaling: crank OwUwtui. it un.."t .ffctlv. Jsn. II

they should have a ruling feed mills. He said they had I Ie-Un.'"I f""alr.. III Cnntlmml nn wee sis real a..k for ftaancUl\ ..r, .?t w. v 1d:1.!: bi an snrwunwnt **- A properly marl wa

from the attorn general demonstrated their prselkrability i- 1 for a ITatl sir..t pbs); thiWiil MinsUirorlaan 'for. ClnnOnrfi
by .h MI. ,
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lie finally .. IMt-I and there was ver1HU BUS I Cites Need l lI and U ATe /J t
fore acting wearout Principal : .building,, wlarlnlrMrnl.f ot mark. ..... Iranfrr4 *-
depreciation' or j liII.t-. Owmy' Health. cr v n Jor".". 4lfrlof ofvmtatiunal I* r*.."'cin Cbwaly. far
of parts Involved In the ma- who will *f-ak for th error / w I *.rWTiliLi. ,* al lh .. .
l. lhr MI anargaf
I Home I Here M UrlffL >* *
March of DimesDANCE chines."It's. I For Foster fee4 OoMfity N..rMg" Koc *' or....... will a*.i"m Ih* ,..... **tt rr ..*_iry. tnan I
going to. make tu look t3a/wM..r. art C".L ,t at turalum wrl
TM >'f dl.! et*>* alltnsili. | arm.4 Fd'Al.q"" .
irrtty bad. If we kt Una plant Bradford Frith School Principal spimdrd+ to tare lit foW wUJ *... IIMI th ,..... K* r-.r r > I ltlftUI. .. .abl. Upt*< Tn a/Mft-Hl/. *rn, a4 ,....",
to '
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4.ITFEEL. I lip away from us and go T U Caary v lredl In* honvra. ...,lIed t* a wMw err tUs I will: 1.11I. a tx. k* with tl'Mf|I. .ItMiM pl!_. -r-te
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astd eltrevyl|
llhrna, Oa Tempi of .,.
wn4.the a>ew lino r.A, laud D'Wrltr'i
thai
for Jennings sakt pruprsM "
home Dr ewes a
fo4er .
need for .. a I alghl J.... II. al Ihauga*
otherVMtneaa.
':00 l M.r In brief ***Ion of Johtv /tvYI'nl..1ft. unuMe" at sunrrwort Ins ** I..n-ar off'ixler' t"r+mrt.' lire.i ._....., r.. N.... eMrrgMw M. .... I'wb. erwlrxprrr ,lnlri rtia. .v !: ..,'. .......... .&.... rrrr .....
U.MCoaPNU.M'UnIN Chairman of th to. Msrlsnna hoot ..-.. .gaatUTI <' t= +Ja will w o1sLA, "Mr IW"'* .h.4 4. n* a fine
: 'rndrd his resignation as snrmber meeting +r r aI .-.._ ..._. rr......, rtaIMA.r hL. row. wn....f* 11'.11...... Clay
Rralfonl Ctwnty ChlMrm'l ..- an snaay towta la s sk. kksppal" .. .... J....... Iris *. rob.. wllh a. hmr.. snrl r NA.eery tin I **.
of the Aatbertty for aaadk and race CIr_ k-rtl I : *..,., ,*-.* !/s.r II l .. Ire IM Mrs' Ih* l.up.f- I awl fulfMm" Cmtaly
aMj
I ajxjOon wa ,
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her grwp
Taker and Rand HU real- 'DommHte ..... NtuN. leers .. ""-e ._e !
Harry reasons of heslUi. Ca.PY sakl. tsa waUMngIhrte carried to ......... s lat *f pnaaiVIo >> * nation wpted "with rret" *- .. .,.. I Rilwa4 l
was .
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Of In rhrereWSty crab r rrw dMpMy
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Aramrunt lovereorr ea In
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,, !'j no the vacancy' / .* chairan. no*.' and nprereM bttrf ... and Caey *ois k..4 a kmraiaiiiM. .>..**.... toaUant Ha. ,tn* a Man Us* Sir J.*\n I alt..np..-*i| ........ ",,,...,,..
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:<17I7tRD.lY. JAN, 30 19r
: TWO ftnUF'uno ruUNTV Tr.I.r.Ult.\I'JI. !T.\ftKY.'! M.ORln"

MUST BAPTIST F' II IUU'OUIf'
r- i" lI"dlI"h. Hhi" >rrFtrnJford

A New Field Opens CHURCH. SrABKE 1, County KI<1>ri4i!l 41.

Sermons for Sunday Feb. ,


I I I IBM Data Processing Is Taught 1 At EllS 2 Ins Church: -Morning Cain LHeb.And- 10:251.Abel-A Why: Go Even-Contract to i I, SEE


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r Gladys Mooty i Schedule lOen.of 4:regular 1101.services' "HINEIGHBOR"

Phone: 964-0651 i, About 50 Bradford School} students will get a 1 1 e Worship. 11 a m. and 7:30: p

r chance this semester to increase their potential earning m. Sunday School 9:43: a. m. ;

,' power by learning the basic principles of IBM I Training Union 6:15: p. m
Rev. ft. E. MacBlain H. A. Miss Barbara Blankenahlp I
Wednesday
each -
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I data processing. Prayer Meeting
Bishop 'Jr.. Pete Novak' 'C. spent the weekend with Miss .u_ .tt d With
Futch and John Slmpnnn Sara Woodburn In Gainesville. 'I BUS hm Incorporated the a + ;i 7:30: p. m.
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of putting various( business or lr
attending. annual Mr. and Mrs. R. E.: Firth ,, data processing Instruction as A.w E-lerbrook Cartridge: and JIM WATSON

1'1\1'DlocellLft Council In flew to St. Petersburg(j over I part of its curriculum and according organizational! problcma on fountain" Pen $1.05 '1..95 And On

' Honvllle from Tuesday to I the weekend. )! to Instructor M. A. the machine." I 31 tS .t The TELEGRAPH.:

Thursday. Mrs. Ethel Plnkttton of I Examples of problems that I Feb. 4th
". Payne In\ only the second high :\OTH-K: 0V tHIKWIKK'H. Hil.K.Vutlte
Mr; and Mrs. Max Furlong' Gainesville was visiting Mis. could be placed on tho machine I I.. hereby. Klven that. I II IP I
and children! of Tlfton Oa.] Bertha Pearce on '1'ucHday.1 school in Florida to do( so. e 11. Riicllih.. Sheriff of Bradford Hear Special are grades, property reCords dI FlorliM." under l luirtny
a ltd Mr.'and Mrs. Jimmy Haz-> Mrs. Lillian Phillips of Lake Payne has taken Instruction r I virtue County wf Writ of Kx*..futiiMiKxiilitlnn
payrolls, Invoicing1 accounts
en of Gainesville! spent the City, who was visiting Mra. : for the past few months on I rw rn '\11' GEORGE
payable and receivable. ( I lcnu..'l out nf HrnallClulmn !
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. i Pearce for three days return- how' to operate the highly Cipiirt "t Head.,... f'nnnj
V V. Hazen. The Hazens also''' ed to Gainesville with Mn I Inventor control 1 personnel ''tr .. Flnrldil. pumunnl tun flnulii +
complex equipment.
had a* Sunday gue ts, Mr. and ,, Plnkston. I IMr. records and production records '"r.y <'1iri, >iiient, for J. .r. Suw/i"! tJQ GIft II NS
"The Institution will I I h 61nAtux: S fnnipanStarKr >
open < 11
Mrs. J. H. Sowell of BrO'.Jkr. '' and Mrs. W. R. Rlch- : and costs d Pl.irlilii' anA. mtiiinmH '
Larry' Noegel Is home from ardson visited/ Silver Splints many doors In a field that lv: .rl, 'fh nnu, .' flufvmlnnt, In th. Bradford County
About 23 (Undents will receive 111 .'till. of IISII 1 ID toKOlllIT vela
Saturday to Thursday from :, on Sunday t I ti i new. and In great demand n,,"I.0 of ,...II.'I.n., Agricultural} Alent
the University of Alabama ':.i Mr. and Mrs. Oavl Mathews Payne says. "IBM data pro an 18-week course In aat i IlinoIM\ | | un'il have /In m\.
between semesters. weri in Sanford last Tuesday !|: cesslng !Is botng used more and ovcl'-a 11 IBM data processing x 1"f ,.+rrrdun. the 6rlnwlua d. .
rl.d i J..r..1 prupiriy I"<< 6:45 AM! 3 3On
COMPLETE rOLAKOlU KIT I to Thursday visiting Dr. and more and personnel with In-1 I procedures concentrating> on I" r :

466 Camera' Carrying: I Mrs. Mike Plckerina and their|I structlon In It are In great d.,>- the 403 Accounting Machine .,J t I i I Inlrnwllnnnl,,,.i. Tturk
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\f| i I'C 77IIJH A "IP I ITHK
('sae. I roll tll n. 12 fl...diInilbfi. I I parents Mr. and Mrs. Luke ,, mand now: we hope that students Payne ( 21. I : s;" I Ir.. (01 i 1 K.!'li4Till. !
says Approximately
WM SI31 Nuw Plekerlnu. of Faullce, Ai k? for- completing our proponed ..,. N H.TIi'STI\ .
. S''!9.85. At Bblllnffton'R. I I mar Staike residents.Mr i course will be able to Act Job 28 more will take keypunch I, ,nin\.. il'h..li i iirtuni"r tperly' end ur the that il., rt.vr,' POWERFULCHANNEL

. Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. Houuh I I and Mrs. Barney McRa: after giaduatlon at aa much' JnHl1'uetlona simpler course r r. nil<'\. ,illinJ, ilay ..f h'. \Lnl,

haw! had III visitors" Rev visited Dr. and Mrs. lUcHae! :' as liDO per week," he ald. on a keypunch machine i r I I ,n\ r I I"al' I dny Ht t In,"n..Ivi the'i iiMnilnnh. rive\ I U nil "..iuI .: 12WFGATV

Blanchard Law of Jackson- \ Jr. and family In Lake City Equipment to teach the (fsomrw hat like K typewriter) ....,""'Io4IIo1l6.Ni! ____ --- .. 1 I'.i: ,",irnl f"nnty 'ull f n IIr"
llle on Saturday and Mr on Sunday I i count, a sorter a key-punch : that puts Information on firltfU. Jo.in Ullli.ims. und I I I.a,' Hill. unit .ell ,Ire 'Ih
.Iiiiinltu
Ruth Wright. .
. .. Cole :
Five BUS t. lent (I-r) Garry "al'! "' 1.ld.> f tr reek 4I Imndht
find Mr. Carl S. Houtili and |, Mrs.. T. J. Thomas and Mr | mnchlm, and 140:1: AccountI I cards to be run triioui.1i the yl..1. myna on how to op-rate the 402: IBM tlutunrmeii .ilt\ > ,I.*,., rl4d' pr"|" .iiin "' <">, JacksonvilleAnnouncing
rlrtUHhtrr of Jacksonville oh and Mrs. '1'. B. Vlnson of V ldOHta l- I Inn Machine (tby far the most 402 Accounting Machine.I I.ynn Irises' receive luxtrurtlontom ) .rl|.I."d."t l t" mtiilj. iliifr '"
funda I Mrs. Lillian Phillips complicated of the three! Ill Just "lnff inurhlne. ll'J' Kl; ? "III,11,
On.. I I one student at a time
I ..ter lei. the. w'rond! ......h rouroffrre.1, bya
' Herbert Thomas( and dauah- I of Lake City, and Mrs. valued at nppi oxlmately fig,- can take Instruction: on the The rnurxe, 'In IB>I Irulnlnn slurU-J thUnie I

. ter. Kathleen' visited friend I Bertha Prarce of Starke attended I 000. The school Is renting the I key-punch machine and oneI high. .M-hool.. In Hi>rldi..

in Fort" Laudcrdale and Miami II the 60th wedding annlvorsury equipment on a yearly baal,I approximately four weeks. In-
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: over the weekend.Mr. of Mr. and Mr I i I from a Jadtftonvlll( firm. 'I student will study It each of u r. N

and Mrs. dPorRif!! nUll!- I Robert" Cason in Melrose last I! It In hoped that once the the seven periods II day for a I4,1r

ulna and family attended a Sunday. 'students and Palm. himself i ulrurtlon on the 402 Account r
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family reunion: at Hl hgprlngit i I Mrs. VV B. Mundy and Mrs. become better versed in IBM Ing Machine can ba !given to >f w I Ir

on Sunday the ooCASlon >' I" Ouy Bale were In Miami Sunday I data PI'ocl'Kalnw that the I, .small. groups and the plan IsI rrr
: being the 8Sth blrth-' to Tuesday attending the system ran be used to keep I to have three close! periods r

e day nnlvertiary of Mrs. Humglns' I I I Fashion Malt Thry were noI many of the county school re- per day v.lth seven! or eight in r We Have Purchased The Former

mother Mrs. Loulsn! Jet I I companlvd by Mn. B.: F. Miles j cords and pay i'oil. Presenti each clam.,, +1

e loi-ds.: 1 who visited relatives. I i plan are to eventually move The 402 Accounting Machine STARKE RECAP CO.
I' a 402: Accounting Machine In. I H programmed electric r '
. to the county office, and to ally on panels, each having ry ,1 r r 1I"

Madison Street Baptist Church calculate the county school( 2,244 holes Connecting a wire And It Is Now Being Operated

000 nioi-k'' W. :Miullwm, StreetRev. payroll on nomethlng that I to any two holes completes I

W. M. IH'NAOAN' I'aotnr presently requires one serre I I ono circuit and nets the machine By
. ".- .--- tar, 'nearly full time'! to com for .a certain function '\ r'

SUNDAY SERVICES plete" each month. The number of possible mow,

; 8MS A. M_Hunilay Nrhnol "'1'hl' students will learn I II combinations made by utlllI ;i";ffye HARDY BEiGTiERSSALUAGE

11100 A. !M- Morning U'ornhlp functional wiring and rudiment I Ring the pairs of holes would ',f" "'. 'S.... .
6 ill I'. M_Training Union of programming;' i be almost too large to wrlto. ; ., YARDAT

' ''7:80 Payne laYII. "And gain an un. I a BUS mathematics Instructor .
P. WorwhlpWEDNESDAY
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[: SERVICES: drntnrutlnit& of the procedure( said Inntnirtor. Pnjne l Ix. wl h iury Col. and Dluna Vnn/ttnt: liilcnw. tft ln..lruell..nfridii 1512:; NOUTII TEMPLE ( U. S. 301))

7>30 .'. :\I\lld"'k: ""',,,...hl|' tint a lope rrcoriler. ..n how to "iH-rnte| the
Miss leurn to |
r Virginia Krwln: of Chat t Mr' and Mrs. den Rltrh of Joan Wllllanw .an they program
JOOMK\ Afilt HR; (ITU WK1X!: ) 1K CI.Yf04T-l..h.! ( I29il tallow he* spent Thiiriidny i OiilneivllI announce the birth jot Arriiunllnn/ Miwnlne, ny IIHUIM ..f oonipletliiff key-punch nnx'hlne, .ulrnllur to typewriter, We Are Equipped To Take Care

'I I night with her parents at. the of a son on Monday. Paternal rln-ulln. with eli-rtrlo. w.lre ..n tM shirk put Infornmtlon un curiU. fur the tliitaproeewtlng Of AH Your Recapping Needs

Blnte .farm. flh. end. MlKntl .. ffrsnJparvnU" era Mr and liUhnp of JurkitonvllleMl I Bnnfonl Rltch of Onlneiivlllc ---

; NOTICE! by plan Friday for Newark I I framer 8tnrk roMent. C. B. Terwlllegnr, Mr. Mrs. 8. W need and son Elks To Meet Glen (Pee Wee) Crews

N. J. to attend the mar I Loral admlttanrt to IIrn Next
ties of Mis Luis Mowrey a ford County Hospital this ward Burnt, and Mr George Tampa spent the weekend Monday Formerly With Ktnrke Icecap Is Our

former cU* miit, t. at St. Lutt.'ii. week Include: Stanley and )I IMarlon Winkler attended l the' Epls-, with their sister Mrs. Sarah AH members or Btarhe! Icecap Specialist

Horpllrh They' returned Bund Crouirh of ytelnrelMrs. ; 1 copnl Dt we""< n Council. Jack, Hunter. '; Lodge No. 1802.( BPOK.[ : are in-

; The Office({ Will Be Open I y night and. were met by Mr fI'rIIn"rr Fox 'of 'Ldiwtey; :' sonvlll"lttglinealliyunrl".Thus.. i \ '', and Mr.family and Mr of. 47.Jacksonville U. DittmaC: I, vttetl. (o attend.: tHe next rertltar Also Full Line Of New' Tires

I and Mra. E. II. Rrwln and Mr Mr. Winifred (BooU) Ureen?, day. meeting of the Lodge on
and Mm. W P. Iilckson. Oils I.t>IIrh. bits Lucy Herlong -' Mr. and Mrs. Henry ateft- visited Mr. and bin Floyd( Monday night, ....b. 3. i' PENNSYLVANIA: & DUNLAP[
and Sunday.
family
For led wi n Eugena Prevail t of -, Ifornrv Sunder: nndOtiiriys nelll and family will attend' n been on This meetinghit* been deiilR- i
Registration Mrs. M. W Lance hllll returned ,
,
: Stark WAS among the MO\! .Indent < K. Uren of Hfnrke; family get-togrthor at the home after two months hated aa State Amoclatloi I TRUCK TIRES TRACTOR TIRES

r Rwardml. degree At Lou Mr Florida Bal visit with her daughter
i I liilana HUte University' winter .I It7eneva; Roue Zittraurr, and> Stefan*!II In Oulnirsvllle on J. the state program and Itsst'rompll.hmenta
Of Voters MSgt. and Mrs. L.
f'omm.nc.mcont rxnrMrea. I'Mr.. Rlva; Scott of Key-tun !Sunrlny.' Richardson In Bnnltor Me thus far I this I Phone 96t-?rl7a!
''J.D. 1". lie wn awinted a '' !llrlffht. I II IMr meal admittance to t>ur- '' I t. scheduled.
Mr, and Mrs. J. T Edge who' year
bachelor' .. I .. orb Hospital this week Include ,
AegrN In lertrlcalengineering OeWltt C Joneo end
hAd rented the Lance home-I
Each
: Monday Night Mr*. C. Qreen of nrook-
<< W. Chnlker of CalnonVIIK ;, ; Stanley" In Sura toga Hel hta. have
Ile. and Mr. R.: L. Johns an
and sun of Apollo Ilem-h were gulp of Washington, II. C WaUto; Wllllnm Wall of Mrl lmm l- and Mrs L. A. Davis

; In February Until 9 P. M. gtivit of their famlll here ware Wedncwluy .uuta( of t, ; Willis and Joyc Brinigh- Ur,. A Z. Adkins, and Mrs DENMARK'SBedroom

hut weekend... ; their *)l.ter, Mr. A. L. Perk Rr.'I ton of Rtnrke. O. L }Huyne Sr attended< the

Mr. and Mra. d nrg" Powell The four aisles will\ "J'"nd l the Steve Spurler and Bill Carr Confederate tea at the Frtrlft".

. And each Monday and, Thursday Nights of Newton. N, C wprn guests 'I weekend in Deland with their of the Unlvemlty of FlorMrtwent \, Musical Club in Jacksonville

. tact( w.ek of Mr' J, 11. FleMn., i oth.r sister, Mr. George W. weekend 1f".III.l of Mr Sunday afternoon given by
March and the 4th in
during day April They went on t to Merrltt' !I. i Mark. j i, and Mr*. J. W Utu-h.: th* Jacksonville CUapttr! rjncMrs.

the Clerk's Office ,,in the Courthouse land to viiilt M,.*. Rvn': Fnril.Mr I I bier Pitul Raymond, returned I Mr. and. Mr. J. R. Sapp amt M W tAn!'., had e Spectacular l !

anA Mr. Jimmy !Iteilitlch Frlttiiy after three week vlmt Mrs. P. l>. 'bclolh.11 AU..no1..t. Sunder: gui'vU Charlei Lan

ere moving< Hiitunlny. from ITM I with h.r III"tl'r. Mr berths: the Rock Primitive lUiptlnt .f At Plmiini, bland Mn. B

MRS. JENEVA FLYNN TOt N. to I the State farm l Un '. Ht t>elray Hei.rh Church: near graham on sun- R. Quinn and son of Invrrnm'Mrs. {IteA Down-fo-Eartll Price! $

tffrCIU. IUI.t:!
Supervisor of Registration deism l and Mleremi' Bur-i' nell an<| *..n. of (luln, *.vlll.. JEWH.KY: !S.ILK:-1111Prlre d.u hter. Wavcro. Oi.. Mr

_ lain rrlees ml n"Ulnllon' \j wart dinner guests of Mr. anet *| Hulllnxton't. ; MrT'ov Carter And children 4 PIECES-

.. I', Mr*. J. T
.- evening<<, Jr and diuahter\ of Orfonordn << ni..ik hee O*.. Mr and DOUBLE DRESSER 4-Drowcr CHEST

w. and Mr. J L. .entry( N. C arcrmpned! bv Mr John Kit hka of J"k-
.. hrA l a. weekend irtieit I heir Mn. rtullivk: 8r of Marlon Innvllland Mr' ant Mr f TZKng l KYEL' O,MBtXOR BOOKCASE 1 KD i

w alln-In-law anti dotighUr Mr. ., C. were weekend'neiJ: o* Rill Purbink! enl family/ of R $10 DELIVERS
- Mr IInlifl.. Li A Wvnn at Fvrnardin: Beach I
and Mr I *. llolit C U. IU Jr. r Ft.
-" of Micfln On. and Mr' unit IIitmcHnn take, M.:* Bullock Air and Mr*. Donald Cooper ... {

ra :\Irll Rocky. lltntry end d...ugh- Hr In it ...lst"r of IIr.V.nn and sen of Tam .pent
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of Miami. and. will remain for a longer th* part week with Mr an"
"But who 11.1' VlHlt,. tin C L CTO.VT Tiev! n '
Among th.altiPndln.. the
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Mn. 41a1ye:, [ken. Mrs vHlt d Mr and Mr*. J/ime/ '
Klngllnf<< llnx-B.rnuiM anti! /
r 1 fkn.* "arI'I..n.I: ,.. Ada Bar Cooper and fsmlly In Chief trSr
rtatley rliviia
In .II."lIIa '
t ber. and P J. Coopxr' of CliJef- land on flundivRTfcble
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: buys cars wver th* week.nA| were: Mr .
rr land were rrldar vMtnn. oNt > RarkMtlr "rx it lh
amt Mr. Merrill\ Klrulh ."d l lfumUy .: War
.. SI ant: Mr*. C. L. Cooprr.Mr weekend with hit aunt MIIVitlv ; ..
Mr end Mr M Ccll
t '' end Mrv T R. *Ud. May In S* Drum 8,, C
for cash?" \\ *. Mr Carolyn. Ke.lt rnv. .....n' ,Ih* pat two wxb. on Xlr ano1 rI.V N. Rum
and *on.V'a'n. ylrw
..Iw..r I. outlive. trip tn the MMXfr. iv1 aon Till lUrvf Niwwiry "
y t Muttfl n: U :Matthew niKlrt wreurn. eau.. and ;\lr, anA II'> P>. TJ
Rllld
| alld Mr*, Loan taste of Trrntun were Attar*
w e>rf uon a...' Mr*. John Miller'
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win and 1141 OodwtnThi'l
alrnl
r day vlsllor" of Dr .
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non Kevin iUrrtlnnly.. 1 "
*, In "Buifettv{ with Mra ,
... Mhl Mr .".1 Mr.. J llarry t
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.. EhUn M ixl yin E It n.tb&ft Innaoil. t
.. :Many\ of our t"IHIOntC'U t .Ii>. "'illl taut'ae! lhe",.,n and win I ISI ) .

i 1111tTh.. Y111..4i 1.. ,1eytl. -f" A C" III'ew r tor MJanklonrfar Miss Let.ye MercerOn ''' e

IrnJ tlifin at uncommonly |low finanrincuetoncunlenicntlr .n1 RrfMsrr.lerr, 1/uhrre. anil 1 MrTrlpo > CIerMe! Dean's List I I
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: rMcuJnl butlgrt 1 a "Y r/
terms *.||T rrdwrj rl ReWwt.I day vttUf of Xlr nd Mr*

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: nUT jour" next car tilt eerier; "n\I\'Iliulr.1( < and MM*. '...., %er" In conl.rmrt. at One bait J M.re.r at! Marks& ".1'

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Antique ShowIs Sock Hop Set Mr. Thomas 89 Koffee Klub I Sill) 01 tit.tl.. .. ,. I.I II. II ia..

{ For BenefitOf Meet SetA I .Ml I ,' 1 t', ':. t 1 )lt I". I '" v I ,'i., ariiiiiI'l Xi: :,I II .tlllll.
ScheduledFor I I "i 'lui : i tar it
9d&ll f Services Held \\h" evU'tuiiil 1 nun,,\ ul'I"y', ); ,I IIIp.tlhv ""k .. .. .11, \ "I'll.' I II
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Feb. 7-10 Dimes DriveA 1 I .rb i i i I i I Ii -II'I:
1 ili'uUle feature' i o>;ntmis alt<1 help in our un'titsoi .. ,, .. ,, ..
I..N t.' i 01.,1 Is iv K '1,1I < n.\riir<
!'row. ..'nr I the. biniitifulriervlre. ,,, ,, ., ., 11 ni.r-: \
Last SundayHarry p'.mnrd\ for the Feb tI Kof- '" I 1. I IH.T | III 'ill. .n i*l,>rU' 'r. IiI'h, i ndl l {"..ant.! i il'
With the hlntorjr of Brad- Sock Hop for the Marchof 'I,. "r. .nr "uld, *' "I'l.iim.' N III i I., ,
florid I r.1\
I fee Kul! meeting at t 8! a m orfi'ilrujti, and\\ ., % liiiiot :.N t'url'-i Ii >
the [)(>1-5 I 1, I lit n i IllflH. l.1! lt, > II l|
featuring "
Gladys, Booty ford County in mind. plansare Dimes J Thomas. 89. of Thursday in the Floudn Theatre other klndnmaea we ore dimply.) 5.61." "...II. .. ;ill ,II' I I... ,pill,, I, .h." .1 I'I.rk'I I I lr, 1 I
Phone: 964-0651 well under way\ for( the will take place'' In the Bradford I grateful. The! family of Mrs
!second annual Antique Show High School 1J'mnuluoFri Starke dittl Thursday. Jan. i A Charles
E tribute will be paul to All II. Register
which will be! hid Feb 7-10 day night after the Maceleuny 23. in a Jacksonville hospital I C'1e-"lvmcon" In Bradford CountyIn Health Facts

Presbyterian Connie ClemonsComplimented from 10 a m. to 9 p.m. at the basketball gam'. after an ,extended IUn.\s.s. conjunction with National ('..1It1Ol' TIlANKs:" )

Women Fairgrounds Door prizes have been donated Born in Blackshear. U... he Clergy Week. Feb :3-8! EVEHYONK; SHOULD. 'KNOW!

Attend Interesting and lovely antiques by 14 local merchant, moved to Columbia. County In Ft-nturecl speaker will be Thank to everyone for I their

District MeetingFourteen At Bride Shower from the honors of music will be provided on records ] his boyhood and spent the! remainder IloMlanrl. Surra. of Jucksonj ninny kindnesses shown mo and '" Icy Dr.) II. <;. i IflllinlCt"r: your local: Chiroprnrtor .

Bradford County will be assembled donated! by another and i., of his life in this j I \! \ .. who. will discuss the my family dining the extended .,y > n whose office N! located at $126 IN"Viilmit .

members of the Miss! Connie demons bride to charm tl'e view the Quaterbaclt Club has given ,j I area. He was a member' of the Senior" Citliens': 1I1 ur nl'epl'lNI'un nines and ,death, of my husbiind. a, \ Street in Starke.

remind them of days : t the drive the" concession" stars | Church of CKxt and was an Llo.vcl J. Uroen. For.. I the
Starke Presbyterian Womenof elect of Feb. 14. was the Inspiration eis and minister for as approved by the .according/ to< a report i
the Church attended the for a lovely showeralvl'n gone by. Also on display will J for the night. The dance Is are many five years.Surviving sons: T. Flog Id.i Insurance Commie word uf comfort: the cards, York Journal of Medicine. the came!' orht'mfll'ht'

annual district meeting at last bo items used a century ago I being arranged by BHS In- i| sion in TallahasseeChamber flowers, and food. sent to us
Thursday eveningat in 90' of 2000
S, Thomas Luke Butler: Augustus patients was:
and
Grace en the farms of Bradford: structora Carolyn Dyul i of nt this sad l time \whall ewer\
Presbyterian Church In Commercenumbeis nr. H.iiiiijcor
the home of Mrs. E. L. Nor-
I Park nlt"fhaniral.lrrltallon of ncrsetlof the
I March of Dimes Thomas. Avon ; ) : .the .
Costello
the Bill !
Gainesville\ last Thursday. '' Countv The thought of are Invited I to "brtrmvour be Knlt'ful.rrll.: L. J. Green" \
Hostesses Mis E.
man. were high school PTA sponsors of i chairman for the school.A Cecil Thomas.. Nlcevlllc.: Fonts piescher" .to.. tho! Kaffe' and l children neck ri'"ultliijt front n proiom> injury. I Direct> injury

lo-al L. Norman :Mrs Wayne Douglas the affair is that the children road block by BUS students Thomas Tltu.tvllle. and Cub! session fIndI\ Is Hl.tosuxiifMted may ho C'IIU'it'hy\! l a Mow or it full. Indirect injury l Is

district :\Mrs Bud Harley Mrs nowadays are growing farther Is scheduled for Satur- Paul Thomas Whlti-house, : that each member. IH 1'h. t-.n.t' .t.."..... ('e.ee 'It 1'\ t'n more tnninion.. Force may he transmitted to the
which Is made up of Vernon Reddish. Mrs. Harold IIThompson. 'MI.1 Kur I uendf.ra I .
daughter Mrs S mINr
eight churches In this area. way from their American day as a part of the nchool'sparticipation four ink a senior cltlxen. to attend ..1.1 .....IN. IH I'rHhnft* neck thru the! iirmn durinj a fall on the outstretched. : 1
Norman. Mrs. L. M. Norman.
I Lake Butler Mrs. .. .. .
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this in In the March. of KMO: | | .I
with
heritage! and It Is Th. Knffre Club hands
meets : :
Speakers from once
various and Mrs Buck Norman Onnrva Walker t-uwtoy, Mrs I M.UIKU .\. WllllHTRIt K'-I' ,
churches spoke during the mind that they have planned Dime drive.Merchants. Jacksonville H month and Is iixmsorert. by knn .,. M\llii....: 1 M IH LITKR I Drugs> ) may cane' the headache temporarily hut lastlnorht'nt.rlt /
Pink Johnson
camellas were used! to Juanita
., .
I donating prizes il.r iil
morning session this exhibition. I,' the chamber or ConunerrcCoffer will only I after the' Chiropractor '
removes
explaining come
i, advantage' in decorating Alvareit'Men's : and Mrs Lattice! Rucker.lake S""I.UrPITC1I1"\ : i :
wilt for the sock hop are
some part of the women'swork One of the Items which ; MrlJule and doughnuts aro 'oil All ir<..I".f| .th. K'tiilii: I the cause hy xplnal) manipulation.
Butler sister
points of interest in the! party one
Bradford County ..
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I ls Store 11,10..1 .
interest AV"iti> litl klt
be of significant the hi>use l' i \tl
for th coming year rorms. The refreshment table yoke used by the! late Telegraph Bulllnatol1's Ap I Johnson, and a brotherE HS M.hel l M VViui-tri. ilfi. .-t-t .,ilif See your ('hlruprurlor 'tmlay. Delay) will rob You ofutll

After a question and answer was covered with a lace cloth the ox, farm' pliances. Biii'ksdjli'a. Dept : E. Thomas both of Lake, lii-r-l. itntlfli-il, itntl. iwttiii' | being and "make it more curtly! correction l later on
period' luncheon James! Hornsbv on his II ,1 1 !? nil' HI\V olKlmil. ill- .ill
served '
was and centered with! a low"" arrangement from the Store. Canova Pharmacy.Carp's City. Dental Health ntunilM ,whl'" thrv may hue>
at Howard Johnson's restaurant of the same blos- Records and pictures Store. Eagle'sDept. Funeral services. were\ held .CUln.l, ,. i *,.iil fHitu111. ,.. 'ih.. ,.r I2ti'; :N. Walnut Street Starke."" FLi..
Bradford County Courthouse Dept rirrif I hi- I'-IIIIIV\ .liiilii.. ur
Week
soms. Store, Oem Jewelry. nt 2:30: p in Sund.iy in the SetFebruary uri'iirm-il. ri"iihit.., t>inriiin ,inth Insurance Casesj
"will\ be displayed : Accepted
Attending from Starke I .. ,
,
were Staike Rev nitirthdit' "
Church of Ood. In ut stitihti| i r
Games were played during used I Dm Store Mitchell'sDrug i
Mrs. Guy Andrews. :Mrs Robert The old wicker settee" Koch 2-8 \ iIn, nttltln\ .Is. ralrndnr'' m.nnnhum ..
James and L. S
Dobbs Rev
the evening and prizes were In Hoover Bros Studio will be | Stone Starke Builders' I the .ilnte. ..1 'tin- ritut, |mliiintlnn "<
O. Paterson Mrs. Carrie Williams officiated 1 l i>f 'Hilfl n..<.''I. ,rn. iiInlm
Ward. Mrs. Billy Dowling. awarded to the winners. shown. As It would be interestIng Supply. Williams Jeueln. ands. Burial in nethlrhemCemeterv. Not/ Ion, ill (''htMivn' lielltnl, 'l < ur ili-nimul, HIIIKI' .i.., ,in.
The hostesses presented the to see how many picturescan Worth's of Florida. The music WAS lUaltliVevk will\ h. ohnervivl : 1111/' /.. silt. .itiiiMl. Mint, '"- "tti.. \pin. ONESERVICE
Mrs. J.
W. Brownlee. Mrs hOlore.e.lth a set of kltehl'npots b? found of people made > will be furnished by Dnhmer's nl'R1.akt' elt) In the elementary. n-riiMil' of ?r '..hl..\.-.. iiitil. |1..f'I.. nit,
Hank Green Mrs. W. T Jackson withVllsonUi nnnen Funeral ill-. itf lit* ilnlntniit', sad) nn1.1!
and pans as a memento j on this settee the PTA. invites Discount lfonae.Elementary. llrnilfunl County, this coming ii. uiirn. t" t*%. the. .1.I ,inn:, mihlii 1t
:\Irs. Rudolph Sink.fl's.: t Home of take Butler In i 'I
of the occasion with such pictures to I week, r" .'<>. 2 A. I : agent. ur 'in:) 'nit-rit ''.i' n''
anyone : :;: .
L. V. charge of arrangement" .. will hiHitntmiiil, I ii* i ilitiH, i I'
H.udln.If: !!. Robert Approximately 30 guests! attended bring them out to the Fair School i j jPTA's I Prwtor unit Gaiiible hasprnvldet UwH r

Autrv. Mrs Lester Crews. Mrs during the party houis Thursday. Feb. 6. Margaret. l ""I.,,.. '7tr
buildings on "dental health miltrrlxls I i
To Meet Margaret. l)1.",. Ksi'iiHtls: ,. \
Charles Schmltt. :Mrs T L j so that they may be assembled : j i'Services Set 'In.-lii.llnjt<< churl. r'<>'*tcm 1'I''I th. I'.r: M..I. 11..?,!1't i'>
,| ...I l llvrit
Casey,, I booklet, and l dental KIm
and Mrs. J. O. Cald- Terry Walters The Starke Elementary PTA \ r I'l-i-ii.,
The proceed from the show For Mr. Green utruotlon kit. I .
Tuesday. Feb 4. at,, i Ml nn-v .t gas
Bradford County will meet 1 Ki-riiiin,, ....,.h''.. KloriiUitnlimy .
Heads Baptist will go to the i! "I n. Luelllo Payne. i;1n- ''
7-30: p. m In the Cafetortum \ fur ohm: uin. "
well.WCTU ''Student' UnionTerry High School library to pur- Members of the Ctvttan club'' This Friday :! nit>ntsry hi-luv\ l Suprrvlmir.' I I Ji \It I lc
> chase books. Admission! Is :50c 1 I
To MeetThe will\ talk on Citizenship. The stoles Dint lix-iil ilfMitUt air' -
for adults and 35c for children -, \f i. Kim ,inn
Walters, son of Mr ,, 'will be second grade cUss will present' Joe II Clrren '72 died 'TIII'IIi| J. K, iH-nntitrk. Mr HnrryiGnien : i .M.-..I...| lilil' will I?. .. .n.n. I II'V
WCTU will\ meet at 3 and Mrs S. L. Peek Jr has School children a musical 1 "The Elves and the day afternoon in Gainesville. i aid l 1'1'l () U Ilavnr.have : til* Mn.irtlf, .It...,1,1 t I I''nr., ."
admitted for lOc on Friday .. ,, ,
rash nf thi' i Iey nf Mlitrln Kl '" ul I r
I). m. Friday at the home of been elected president of the and Monday, Shoemaker., under the direction as the result of a heart attack | made/ plnnn to visit il, ,Uli- 1 flit.. ,l'1-i, .k. ,Ill, ',? "h

Mrs, W H. Nollman. :510 N Baptist Student Union at the I II I of :Mrs. I.. A. Canova. A native of the Ne.* i iffhmil! timing the week MturklelnrlilM', uniil' .,, m" .
will be ..E'rYMTht' !I n1urYp l tn tin T '-'d.: II. I tinlftr I I
Cherry St. University of Florida. He was I Refreshments \ Rlvrr-Brooker section of :i nf/ |et h rmir> \ I II LI.::01" i1whli'h
installed at the winter trimester CandystripersTour Bradford County. Mr Oreen lint. -.n.,1.\ I -I.i *- .nil i 1.1.1, ,

retreat held recently Hospital ]:i Southslde Elementary',I was a retired farmri. and Concert Set s.vl l '' I ) .

"For OnlyA at C."mD O'I.ena. | School PTA will meet Tucnday. builder He had resided In Sunday at UF tutvlnTwalvii. .
The BSU seeks to serve the '' Feb 4. at 7-30: p m. In the aalnesvllle for Uie past ten In.i11h.1,1,,'' ,.,,.1!* ...r r r-<.. i inil
Bradford ,
The newly' organized .iiin .liil.lt/ ,11. HIII i iI
Few 2.SOO: Baptist students and all High School Cnndystripvrs -:, cafeteria: with the executive I years. He was a member l.nrr of gmnl music are\' >! I let\ ooo nail..". NII 1 ,h". .. l h..n.. i itMI
at this collegeby \ !: board. meeting half hour of the East Site\ UII ltlM' 'in infiriit ,t-i .,"." ..fI. .in..n.
students
other '
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were entertained at invited to attend a free \ if. Alltrli-Mn r.tr.,1, ., ,."mi ,lii.i. >
Cents t sponsoring such activities tea by the Bradford County earlier I Church In Oalnesvllle cert to bt given\ At :3 t p \'fill-I till... fUi-l. (till 111111, n.i', I h
4.. as summer vespers Bible Friday. :' The program will be "PTA Surviving! are his widow, l in the University' of lttalir' MlvHi, .iiinnt, trim, <
Auxiliary on Sunday .
*, Hoi>pltal direction i Its, weight. Th- I'.I, ,Illllr "., ,,' "
the
Per Da under -
> study groups and Bible school January 17. I Founders Day" I Iola l>>U8ln. Clrrru. Oatnea- Florida\ auditorium by the 'iniitat' H* M iiiiiiiiiuiHI.. r "i.. xIllll
for children of nearby churches Candy. of Mrs. Eugene Wit ; vllle. one son Wilbur Oreeii.Jacksonville. i NottAl() hand. from ColoiattoSprings. |*Hl...* Hill.I !n. l I.-I Your Home Can Have"COMPLETE" Main. duty of the ', llama. l.,-l''.iiii/lHii.'' ,trttilnitl ,i-i', ,iiI "
strlpera "will" \ be! to assist members two' IILt-P"OIiIi Colo I I rn ,ihi Iv*. -iitiM. t 11,1.1 '., >n
It also serves as the Baptist i i Cecil Douglas.. Blsrke. andJames Til* Mlil. MIMI,.| ?.r. ,Mi.ni I in.,
of the Auxiliary In their Tti.*> 71 members of the band ,
.
I 1. r.a.rv. Hi. rmin t .b.1l i
beliefon UDC To Meet Oalnesvllle,
Douglas a
Christian
focal for
point
duties at the hospital. TheglrU I were lapped from the U B .| .r r.t'tl, I tnv ir all Lal.l "
'Pest!' Control ServiceOn the campus at the University were taken on a tour of ;, stepdaughter Mri Jeanette Army. 1'I.uy. and Air rorl'.. ', HiHiril. or ,hand. 'r".-.. .. ur
.
UDC fliir ur KtHrli.. rlhlany
w. T Weeks chapter Oitlnesvllle. alx slater.
of Florida. the hospital by R. E. Edmond.son. Crosby and the toy,1 l Canadian. Air Mrrllll\ ....15.1.I.'
rail does It all Tour hospital( administrator. will meet t Wednesday aUerI Mrs Amy Fatrcloth. Mr ': [Fine MKAI' > la the hortm-- "lily "'1.,,,
homo inopnrtril. and I t treated I noon. Feb. 8. at 3:30: p. m. at O/.rna llrndry, and Mr.. Alberta I I t1 i "I l i i iMI
ed name for North American
Candy I
regularly for Ins ecta. .and ro- OES To MeetThe i Members of the. Pat the home of Mr. U O. Powell Anderson. all\ of Jack- Air Drfrns Command. -

",pnt... Plane your |peat control stripers are Terry Beth Barry.Crawford i I with Mrs. Mattle Oahln a* sonvlllr\ ; Mr. nraale. Rrannrn. I Unlike many concert bit"d. I 'If n n. ii. rim. .I : J
Eastern Star'will meetMonday Cowart. Merry ,. .....
co-hotea lake.. Pity :Mrs Corrine. Crlt- < Irrolt I liriirnrilI
problems" In the Jmmls of 3 at 8 Sylvia. Dodd Eugenia Ekard. i UiiNOIIAI) gnuiii' hAt \m> art ....*, ..'l,.*rMi, .i ,. fl ***.....
night Feb p. lendrn. Flrmlnu. Tries.; and '
| : style and appeals to all\ Isat., I1.IJK' L
Competent. experienced mrn Carol Fair. Kay O rbPtt. I y"I't:
m in the Masonic Hall. Executive Board I Mrs. Zad D Korea. I I.\tlMt-l I'liniirr
oho know, their Onann.Harlrlt It* arrangement Include ,
Job.ritar3a .
There will be! art open Installation Elaine Ollhooljr Mary 1 Oalnesvllle. and three brothert "KIIVIUNII' '' LAMIlkK l
Harper Myrtle Ann t'luslt'. |au, marches, and '..5.5nlNrrrirF'
: meeting with the 1 The executive board of th* Fred Clrren. Jacksonville. : "" ; Tn M'l'KH'lT. : '
= Hope holiday Barbara prep' In net Til* band ha appmtred .. .. .
HlruKm. ,. .
a installation of new officers for Lee Green, Oalneavllle. andrtdsell IIloI" .I > I. >nii
Kirkland Kathy Van Burke Woman' Club will on nuinvruut TV ahowa .:, "..1..-' I'''*.,... T..ll.h....--.
19A4-65: on Saturday. Feb. a. If Orefrt. Jr hooker 5'1,,.,.1,1., .
PastPentr& at 8 p. m at the Masonic Hall Koolbcrgan.. Mary Martin ;| meet Thursday afternoon. Feb I Funeral services will bo hrl.lI Including the Drll Trlrphnne I .1 ..- I h. .I.1.1 .It./, ,I... .
Phyllis Miller.\ Renee Moore. 8. at 3.30 m. at the clubhouse Hour Innah Shore Show "..11> r ., ,l't%? 1.". .. '
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p. at. I II I a. m Friday In th. East .
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Ht 'v. Allrn Show!' situ. other rn.' I u-i' I II"!
KathY Myrlck. Linda Owlesby\ .r.:1: .
.
Steak DinnerA HW1: Baptist Church aalnixi- I Ml *f I II.I I r
Margaret Patrr. Ann Prevail.Olendu The" public la Invited, and I'"I ... r..i.4. .. I
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I I rlllr. with Rev K yes official -
R CHEMICAL CO. Prevail Lorraine no admission sill. be el'ar..1.
Kansas City Steak Dinner Recent Births I' line. Interment will. bet In the :
J1C. L"
i\'
Aim Register
Priest. Deny
Phone 961-3965 will\ be served on Tuesday. Feb. i New River Baptist Church ille.Ielf 1.71Y.
4. from 12 noon to a V m. In Sylvia Ricks and Peg. Shan Mr and Mr.. Oeorg Shu- Cemetery under dlirttlon r.fWillam. Recent Birth Meet Johnnie Walker
I
Starke. Fla. the Pariah Hall. barker Ilord 1 of Laoley. announce the i .* Thomas. Funeral I WILLIAMSJEWELRY

The girls will ,near red and birth of a aon John UrR/oy "I Home Mr and Mr R M 1 I.** of II/t.I ))40__. Max

whit strips jumpers. they on Jan. 18 In St. Vl\1 l'n\'t\ i I Iakd.nd. announce Ih. bitch
I I j I Call hIm fatty. fur "".','rn. rnnv<'tiU! ---- out their duties on the 1 Ho-plUI. of a ...n. John Frederick, on
carry llf U acruwd of ttallngi a I't.hlltrrvu.eal.t.id.tunlbsl.atnge' Ifl auto
hospital floor I i bunk In Burke. and tramp.rtIng I t Jan 14 )"I. *rr,... grandpa ,I, II1c.h.ent.iwm're.tkl. l all, t tee u.IwnlrmalhunttancU "

Br.dfordCO'I' HoplUlannounces ( I two minor out of the'\i ants art Mr and Mr E J nr.r.Am .'... up to ;UVon many t"CW."az"
t h. following I l.kl.UtI<< Hr of mark
Miss Griffis Weds atat They were aub r<|u 'fiUv
FLORIDATHEATRE birth: "'''Tnl.( / :--i' mMO.N\nj COTTON STATES
picked up In JUItlmor, Maryland -
Charles D. SmithThe Mr and Mrs. Anthony MrDitnlrl.. approhrndrd Mr aril Mill Itlrhard nFu
An \Vrk (.narant.d J
i Johnson. Stark, a daughter. by
home of Mr and Mrs Clara Sue. Jan 34 authorities near OtlandoU rnun Hie birth of a du,r>. A. a WlltUm .
UII \\.t ( .ll Htr$ ..t
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irr Kllabrth: \ Ad'tKn on Jtn
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Paul Smith wa. the setting\ of Mr. and Mrs William Par *112 w. Call HUHtrU
"'hale 1111.1301' f)1
WilliamOrreory :31 lit Al fliua fltupral" ) II.'.*
w-ddtnir Tuewlajrnight. tlah. Mairtlle. a aon .
a lovely .. Nt>. sW.... .!*.. .

Jan 21. .hn Mia Jan. 27.Ur R....... T,... Typewriteerpea. Jolta mother!. Th!1a Mrs maUriial Arutl.,. \llollinc grain, !.' .. ... OYCK; IDO.
Sarah Sue OruTl became the and Mr. franklin NWhola. .. TTNaa Faire. a---. ..
worth. of Hlark I .. if..
of Chattel Douglas DrrUIff
bride Mrlroo a aon Rlbhra. T" TFI.r.n..ru

OPENING TIME Smith. Th. ceremony was performed Jan 24.I .

)1040.TllRotC1I: ] ; FRIDAY br Rn William A. \ Mr, and Mn. Markle Mari .

6:1d I.. )1. Fox pus tor of Grace Mrtho YOUK CHKDITIM : '
: i *. Lake flutter, a daughter ., lbe
SATURDAY 1:00: SUNDAY 2:00: dial Church in the pr..nt"i IJncla r*... jl rj ;
of members! of trw Immediate B. th CLEARANCE t clxIAT1UACTION ) /
[IDIDIDJil[ [ ]
families' and a few attendant fUr n<1*. Youth Charged )

JAN. 31 FEB. 1 The brMe'a only
FRI. SAT.
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was Jol\\... Carolyn smith. U.! In 2 B & E'. $ CUAIANTIIO- r t ( t

err of the (room a* bridesmaid e. .
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM seven local I youth will tttxfof $5 Down -. '. 1

Edward: Smith ttmnl at Count JtwU T A :

NO. 1 NO.( : bt man for his brother Yawn 'It Thursday to fir Delivers' : :1\ CINA.NCK: c: :
The bride I ta the daughterof rhri of 1w..Un.nd *n> / r

Uw late Rr and Mr trln and plllrrln a p4nb0 1'J' ', 01'U:'& OWNACCOUMH

_uo...... Oqrdon Ortffi. and sister of marhtn- Any Bedroom (

..G1 kltifl ULBAyW1ERt ). i M Olrnn Caws. Mr. Trir- of In *-...,. boy *0 "I ( ) :

511 / Fmith u the I ton of Mr and JMtmllr. were appr.h< n4 for 'Suite -tj ',"' .......,. .. "... --- .

>lr' Paul Umltr.TH bkln lau Uw VI""< ) ..,,11d. ; } .. .... ....... .

;1t r SJ itesS) couple .U r1dU: In Ing .I I H-a-lford: ll!'1i School>>' .. _. _Ia .--e...._ $39.95

t .. haste A..cSJM l. D.(- lf nit. MODERN WALNUT -. -. ...... .. C ...... $ a.9s
fHNf of IN Bradford trttrriff .. ... ""' & i/e/ -- e.4

lc CYF Members t.Mrtfnnt.. th* I boy < <, ... .h b1I.. ,-.It $".'4.95 sl u f'IIM.4-

bonk II from cup 'In t>*cli< 3 pc. BEDROOM "' ........ i j ,,. 1-
=THC # Arc Entertained *,'* desk sad. ill from aerrknY r._ ; .. :'N: t'I.4' $14.9.5 an IIHUU:'<< ..

... ....'1'11_ in Ut. *K>UdTh < SUITEI -, r ..a" ?f 1)) .i(1:1)( ::. 'r.\I'I':

$ arm: surr Th Christian YouJh Fl* lot ::0- err +w

-- ........ So...hip: eisiored a .h.m* Mri...r O._ youth. .. h.rt' U4 s.,.. Wt4 .._tt whit 1k1g S

fr-, !lad Halunlay rvmirn utr \ ..,. h.d __wi5 .ulN .. MW OANrtM MOOItNMDIOOM t

>* derv of ti) 'rts<.wlr1. war feats ho*- and a-.nr: SUITI

Mr and Mr VUtH Jordan In I'"M'> .br4Jr r*r/m at th vYJ Ia.., ,. Ih. ft..r,42. ;w ...Its t

Mnnwint to hameureer. Th thefts ofriur+4 the (tight7J !l .5 TJrI.' M1,4 .

Sunday, londayTu adayVVedneaday fry Uw 2S roun tall" nt>oMr -/. of iseso.ry

b: ...... and dermal yell, IKlnre .?asni3.. .>* 4Lus $8995

Feb. 2, 3, 4, 5JEllYImS A.........., it. Jordan were eh.rt.d .tllt e.tt ng bat. .. N.It. CMtf a2 NI.1hti"n '

and Mr* 1h'Y1. W'1ItU.. .n: 5 p.ntoa mMMrw" h451hrre. ../. 'oetcai MOA ...

:M .. Rl4ln. CMMA and B -rand ..I" en TrpM Ase.w.Ate.adtg a abrAMtJ

Mrs bob a.4f"'''' ... flrpaly. Or err -, 4 S.

.... f sle .,. Inrw In th+ __ DELIVERS-
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fnr* Jut** Tavtt nest n-- ACCOUNT

WIIfs MIlItHTg Th k--. and .t Ostar ..". Furniture -
TODAY!
r of .anions. an. frtMMU," Ma'4l IMKr ...tenoII

Ste? ; ass r swrit assn. .- *Iweye SewcKT. t>*kfta.-.tML .... ....
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FOUR nAJI"nD" COUNTY TFI.EOIIAPII.: : RTARRK( nxmrnA THURSDAY!; JAN. SO. 1901 !


tes lntttn'Ie70i' <*U 126 feet from the point it KEILBRO.W
I'r'a JV
Cages crossed the yellow line to the BAPTIST CHURCH

SPORTS i Win Three r e ,aI RECREATION NEWSBANTAM tree and 42 feet from the edgeof Sunday School 10 a m
r rr the road to the u'ep.

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11
I Morning Worship. a. m.
C 44 I After hitting the tree headon Training Union, 7 7 p.m. Eve-
Raisins their wort-lost rpiord ,- I II the automobile was Jarred i I'I 8 Prayer
Worship.
ring p.m.
2 ithCarolyn : BASKETBALL one from Lawtey. .
to 11-4, Bradford High I '
five feet to one side Fuqua Meeting Wednesdays 7:30: P.JD.
Bantam Basketball is now Any adult wishing to help ,
Liaby Tornadoes oululd! their said. No skldmarhs were villiI Rev Charles Harvey paatr-
I varsity. counterparts this week In progress/ with practices: being coach these boys may contactthe I! ble on the highway although
three held at the tennis COUI.tlleach Recreation Director. I!' THE RIGHT POLVT for leeway .
us they won game the car had brakes, the officer
Record Now At 10-7
while the varsity took the afternoon from 3:30: to KITE FLYING CONTEST said you write.. Com $In and

I other route bp.m. I The Recreation Depart- select your favorite ESTSK-:!:
Coach Bub Palnc's five acquitted Those attending the Oo'f! The boys will practice for a ment will sponsor a kite fly- I Rivers was charged with BROOK FvnnUln fta. TELEORAPII .

Tornadoes Lose 3 Games themselves well ar A-Round event this month two weeks period and then be I tug contest Saturday. Feb. 8 failure to have his vehicle un-
from 2 I 5> at the :MaJI \ der control and causing. an
I they edged St. Auguestina 42- were Lillian Bishop Gladys assigned l to teams. Scheduled I to p. m. < -

40 Tuesday there, outdid Live I Hobbs Martha Minx, Marva-j names will start on Monday, I icon Street Playground. : accident and placed under a -
Oak 30-30 and plastered Per len Wood, and Gertie! McRae.i I Feb. 10, and! will continue | There will be awards for the 5102.00:; bond. Officer C. R. -

For Skein Of5 ry 41-34 here Ocland was host flub to 52 each Monday And Friday '1 best homemade kite the largest Hutchcson also participated in I I I

Slraig I dree/ Reddish led his team participating lady golfers, | afternoon from 3:30: to 5:30: I kite the smallest kite the the investigation.
I I the most unusual kite and the \WHY
i over Live Oak with 14 point Winners from StaiJcs were at armory. I
-- i while Paul McLeod had 9 and L11! with low net In Class B; | Boys from 9 to 12 years ofj I I highest flying kite.
Tuesday, January 14, has 'Emmett Abridge 8. McLcod Martha. low In Class C. and j I age will participate. There {I The contest is for boys

1 fSfoved>) to be an unlucky night not: on top of the scoring column Gentle( low putts In Class A I will bo four teams in the ( girls, and any adults who NEW
for Bradford High's Tornadoeagcrs against Perry, however Our congratulations to each lea.ue three from Btarku an3: might want to .ntpr. IS
who have suffered five
with l 19 white\ Reddish. had Sand of them for bringing horns:
consecutive losses !in their Two InjuredIn
$5,000 Suit
Akrldge 7. I the honor
last five games. The Baby Tornadoes wll;: Next month the Oolf-A- Car-Tree
:. It all started: on TueSday.Janual'y meet Maeclenny here tomor- Round board of directors will Filed Against j POWERfor illERESO
J4., when the Torna
I Collision
row night and will travel to meet In Ocala on tha 19th
dries were edged out by a Perry Saturday night and tfl One ft the things to be dlsMisod Local
snappy Santa Fe team by !! concerns two new clubs : Hospital II \ Twe persons! were! Injured those with severeHEARING
three points for their third <
afternoon when 1964
rte lrlni to join. Since the i Sunday a
beating in what to that A $ ,OOO damage suit I II
point Fru'.lland! Club dropped out | Chevrolet left SR-230 near the
had appeared to bo a banner Tuesday.BOYLING against Bradford County I losi Bradford County Hospital and
there Is one vacancy at pres- I I
$8lrason for Coach Erwin ent. The Sorento Club has i, pltal wan filed l last Thursday| crashed. Into a pine tree according -

Land's cagers. Since that! been contacted and Invited to by Mr. and Mrs. Cusiiiu to the Starke Police amazlnc MUCHMONTH

night the Tornadoes have lost Join, and we are wailing! for I Strickland of Starke, and depo-; Department.! I I I LOSS ass clarity I
four more games the! last I inltlons will be given by the d sound
an answer from them. Driver and owner. of the car I,
three by a total of seven LEAGUES I
aolnts.Laat, Tho Ladles Golf Association i I| elderly Mr Strickland couple on,Monday.83. was ad. I II wall Kenneth Rivers 40. of another first by the leader P
In Starke has received an Invitation Lake Butler who Is describedas
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the Tomadoe.tavel'd
Friday rr '
mltted l to the Bradford Hos1 -
to Live Oak and to play in Palatka I 1 in "fair" cond.tion at the MACCOQUR ;
C'OMMBIlt'I.tt KKAill'K' pital on Jan 23 "with an ill-1
,
were beaten 4442. Saturday Pebiuary 27, we have acceptedand Naval Air Station Hospital mln I I
I J, Hall rolled l a bag series until nesn from which he may not i
nIght Perry came to Starke members will have Jacksonville. He had cuts and NEW COMPACT! THS LEFT
to lend lAke Geneva In Its 4.0 decide If will recover," the motion to take;'
and beat the Tornadoes 63-01, f the 20th to they I brume. of the face and his
y win over Om Jewelry In the be able to oral testimony from the
rif
tend Tuesday night the Tornadoes 4 BO. right eye was split and the eye 1 1lUR.
Strickland, filed this Wednesday -
last 7I1r
went to St. Augustine Men's Commercial League was. pureed In the wreck, according -
mid' were dumped< for their week. H. Kadxett: rolled his I states. 'i, to Assistant Chief AT
ed up a 7-ft split for Om. The motion. asking for
fifth ntralBht time 4239. season high of n 514 net for IBhlrl..y | permission Kenneth
the loser I Moore rolled! a 436 to take testimony also Fuqua. T. V. I UCK.. JR.
In their
latest effort in St. I Linda Bontwrlght 26, of
Augustine Tuesday night the Cncn-Cola! pared by R. Sol- set and picked up the 5-10 Miiyt that Mrs. Nezzle AI'',, Lawtey was aim Injured In the i Hearing Aid Consultant

Tornadoes came from an sse with a. 062 art, took three spilt for Andrews Drugs In !I Strickland, en. received a fractured -I I.Inro i, mishap, though not seriously Fran TilE

eight point lialftlme deficitto of four from Food Fiilr. B ts 3-polnt win over Goodman'sl hip on Nov. 28. 1903, and Ftiqirv sold. She was the only

I a one point 39-33: lead with Lawson was high{ for ff with Gulf K.: Goodman was high for)I then her health In deteriorating passenger. MAICO HEARING

1:19: left In the content. a 500 series. and a 230:! gameMonneyhnm's the loners with a 459) set and'' and! that she maybe According to the officer, Riv- END
also the 3-10 \! enable to testify in the ,
Conch Erwin Land at that Heating drew picked up npllt. ers crossed the highway as he SERVICE
point called a time out and the lucky 12 this'" week for an Murrhee Insurance, and case personally. was heading into Stnike and

Instructed his players to n automatic 4-polat win, Sleepy Hollow won 2 points Circuit Judge George L. "Patten 'crashed into one of two pine .ru taonville.. FIi,.. ulll give

I, frrrre: the ball for tho remaining Sturke Motor "Tarts stayed each, P. Brown'i 404 art being .. ordered I tho depositions trees on the opposite side of 'IU h': hearing tf...t. and. drinonittratlftn OF

/ 70 second. 1111.I third place with a 3-1 win high for Murrhee and P. taken after a hearing Wednes the rond from the direction Mnnduy, ....b. 3 utj
I Ordinarily this would have over Inrew-Tile. Frank Jarvis Hardenbrnok's 435 was high:| the Chevrolet ,
been an easy task, for Starke's r nStttrke's I I Ilpli his team with a f f>0? writs. I for Sleepy day.The suit. filed last Thursday, which stood dlrtu-tly wan traveling In front i j Koch' Drug Store
1
two fine guards Dobby Moody t I while Pets Barton paced ths J. Wnrd'a 81R .et wait hllh\\ alleges that the hospital l was!I of the hrwpttsl. The car travel- Starke ria.: THEMONEY
and Richard! Ilobbs but Tuesday hitch negligent; during Mrs Nozzle.I :
boys with a 481 set for D & W In Its .
night Moody was fouled I U. Stevens rolled a 978 set over Stark 6fl. D. Stevens I I i Strickland's stay there on Nov.

when he was surrounded by to help Ulackwell's keep four rolled a 4 n set for the loner, 'I: 2S-29' 1963, The StrlcklandBI COMPLETE\ .

three St. Augustine players | ,place. by scoring 3-1 ovor "standings "'"n I.'t, :I charge that Mrs. Strickland; !
flthttna for possession of the HiiroM ItUliop., number. 23 In foreground. Tom's. L. Norgel led tho loners Gateway 43 21 | fell out of bed. while uncon* Septic Tank &
ball. Going to the free throw : Hauling ServiceFor
line. Moody thot and almost and John WUIJuiiiHltli. hands. oil the hull rebound and with a 538 series Trlellt Con It. 88'4 2511 !i scions from drug on tho night
i Starke Telephone downed U at W Auto 3:1'28: I of Nov. 2ft, around 11 p. m. liradford
missed the entire basket. I Cvanty; and Area
offensive rebound for unotlicr go at tint basket '
St. Augustine controlled the fruit un NopRvl's Auto 3-1 with J. Le- Oem Jewelry 32'//, 31t1Murrhee I The plaintiff claims she was .

rebound and started down- during I the Tornmliimi'. 03-BI: limn. to IVrry, lust Sutiirdnynight. Clalr rolling a CfiO series fur Inll. 81 33 painfully and permanently Injured Fill Dirt Peat MOMS' Panda' Rock ,
(ho victors. W. !: was A..lr.w. drug sn :34Slespy about her head body
!
court with the ball-but on Ubllnjr Gravel
Top Sail Solite ]
the way the Jackets were. hIgh for Noegel, with a 491} Hollow. 28 :i6 and limbs, and that she suffered Ditching .

forced to give up tho ball on sot. Ooo.Jman'. Quit 28 311Stnrke a shock. to her nervous Drain Pipes 1 Water Hole FoundationDug
and got it ly threw the ball at lha bR k. system that causal, her mental
double-rirlbblo cull. the ball Into play 116" 263MI .
a I standings 18 \VrpftsToca I
Itack-Ho, Work
The Tornadoes took possession down court. Forward Bishop, I I rt from half court and scored Cola 00 H 15'1"4 I W..II'e F.1f'C. 21S 14 38% anKulHh. She clnlras these comblneil Oyster Shells.'

once again still one point'aheadwtth I who had already ncoicd 11 the lust two! points of the! I.oUo Geneva. 61 21 l occuronres have kept her SEPTIC

.Je e -'''ll1n..min. points,,anI! who U\I1i1lly: shoots Contest tj give his team a Stark Motor I'ts. 4iU 27HDlarkw \ COFFf.K LEAUI'K' I from performing her usual duties TANK INSTALLATIONAND Consolidate All

'\t4 remaining in the' name with 'l ncalty''arAur'acy from\ three! point 423win.\ ll'a Run 41 21Rtarks M. Firth rolled" a 463 set for .

Getting the ball In from tho tho top of the key got off a I, Utnike: had beaten! the 33 37Tom' The J At M'. In .a 3-polnt win Mr. Strickland her husband MAINTENANCEPump Your Bills
Telophnne!
.tide, center John WllllnmaTVho shot from perfect position'>Jackets. 40-4 In the two over The tt'bela In the Thursday claims. that he had to spend. .
Is a three year letterman from not moru than right squad. first outing here lr- Shell 81V 37Gem Morning Coffee. League "divers" of money on medical Out Service! Drain Field Systems' -

Ttommltted an offensive foul. foot from the bucket. !! rrmbi'r 13, .a t'nany. In last Jewelry 3V! 37rlLw.TltI last week. M. Woodburn was services: and lout the scrvlrrs\ Filter fled Systems
\) 81& 3HMiMinayham's :
-The Tornadoes lost posseslun Tho ball wciH in, thn Deck's game with the Jackots! high for the loners. with 332.: and companionship of his. wife Town finance
Jackets bounced buck out of the basic center John Williams Icrt the 28 41Norgpl's '
?> again and the ; The Allegro took: 4 pointsfrom 1 due to Bradford 1I0HpltAI'e
-promptly scored, taking II I vt iivt St. Aumistina aaaln "me', scoring with 13 points 27 49 the 49- rs. with F" Hanienbrook .nt'gltg..n. BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK LOANS UP TO

Food Fair 24 46
jno point 40-39 lead controlled the. rrbcund., Mrlng- Harold Iilshop had 11, and a sub' pacing the The Strickland's: who reside $600.00

w With time rapidly' runningout j Ing the ball down cowl hurriedly Richard Hobbs 9. I I.AIMKM:! Tn lI.1cm'r winners with a ftOl set A.) At 637 N. Walnut St.. have AND HAULING COMPANY
the Tornadoes brought! I a Jacket player !literal- Against Uv Oak last, FrlSLADE'S -
Outewiiy and W1U. Klectrlr Stevens was high for 49'ers. called for a trial by jury snd 144. W. Call Street

won two points each In the The Cool Cuts anti Mother a Jacksonville law firm' III i 3IR.:\ AND MRS. W. C. POWELL Phone 964.9091

Ladles Twilight League thin A Daughter took two points handling the case for them. Uox 207 phone
969-2311
Starke Fla.):
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Starke. Fla.Fits
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FAMOUS ENTERPRISE week M. Jnrvls! had a MHIsvrlrs \( each O. Fullwooil WAS highfor

for the winners, while -- -=-
CC with a 429 srt, while = -- -

(1. Mrllno l 1..1 Wells with 4IA M. Wade, a sub paced, M-D ,I Cash Paid for Good, Clean
R. Itrondwny piirod' I Gem with a 463.P I IU s. No Khskli or Wool. All

Jewelry to win all four polntt Itrown's B07 sorlos ww Cotton Hrl". U> Tel..ar."I.l I

; 3G-in i1la from Trl -.t Construction IIRprow high( fur Trlrst Girls In their DEmu HOmES
ige had a 47H wt for the
tCa 3-polnt win over AU.Kall.)/' Lots More In '641
wlnnrrs. while )I. Woml
pick. l R.!: Ellington rolled a 434 series EUBQISZitZ3DDKS3sflBliBsOPENS !

to lead, the loners.HUmlln .
: Feature Packed Won Let NEXT WEEK
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day" the Turnudor led :39-23 Your Needs"RATJL
J A M's 44>, 13''"s I ;
at h Utlmo but then dropped Trtest Girls 3124 p D aIt

Automatic' ('luck, ("on-. five point in the third period Alley Ksts 35: S3 I
and were ,behind 31-31) at the
+ trol Atitomnllciilly! end of tin quarter. They Mother Daughter :.11 29 $
couldnt ttvrr come the deficit RehU' :W\f\ 3O''i, EBGHTS

Turns. Itself On And In the final right minute sithouth Cool Cats 24: 33 It '
.
I0! '. rs 21 39
.. 44 rt i ? i, Cut Off( When The Bulldogs they 11-7 ouUcott-d: the AU...croei 19 41Accurate ST.iitl r; KNew ;

h4 w. di 31ral 1 I U Ready.'s IJulMou Ronnie SlrlckUiirl,

Yin" spelled doom for the Tornadoes I Masonry .. Aluminum Awning Windows 3 BedRooms
as ne sank :2)I markers
: Glut4; ()van )lkwra )
whit seven field ''I OIL la andnine THE I 2
Full Baths Bit Living Room and
flee. shots SUrkn't, Joht, : Dining

_..& Inrja: Storage: Space Wlllutn had 23 polnu forsecond
( hUh and forward tr: : CHRISTIRnSCIEnCE AreaSpacious: Kitchen Phnty Cabinets .. Storage

: e }Del.uxr) '! ; H.ickuu.irU: neat Jenkins had I). I
; Atalmt fern doturdaT Room Carport Price $1 l,2f.O.
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Only With Ga; + Can nliht the Tnrtiad<1. ?* were at- Mh.ca.nt 1 New.-MN.t.d
:. t<> lending ,to? a inslo point ""' '''.... New._. -.a.
r. Your True ('uuldnabll. 29-37! tt halftIme taut site 1 See W..e WwM -..*.. ...
v I' IM% *.ar. ...... t*+4 A/t (.**. '
I down three |x-1 i ''IS 41-4 11 I .. NO DOWN\ PAYMENT VA
'j"! lie moniTOR .. <*..- rho ep.d.t A.4vfe.aS :
I Ii fly ReaH,rd. .Nothinirllul the end oi\ UOlin! period ......... ..1... .ee_ ,-...
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i Again they '.J.; *..>r i (CAS (JIvcH You The end C.ePe.d.td..C..l..,
\ ( S>poiw>nU In th final qiurtcil ....- --.., .... ...... ......
1"L ,. -.Million tllnjr AJ- l:"-J Ulllc. It put-is l. I .. 1.1 Orc"14 55...
,r tvrty ll bin its came Uj .. "-,... ., r4..e,.. sl..... .. :
s --> \ot- Jar-.Iments Of The Mill- tern I"ln'' apt. 1 ; ,'-- ....._....... c_. r

--- ut rki't Piip and ... 900n '
,\('1.1: IH.M I:: !
"'I.\m: \V.t; Lamb bo fi had 1 18 .r".1. Complete !Month
BIG/ WEEKS: I
f. r Mirt l t' sea 51.irk*' ;,:

..,'r' Rlchsrd ll ">ta scorn) I lat I II News J., BIO SHOWS!
:i i 'hits before !N !had to Irarr r

the seine a ittty utter the
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"rutlf with a :."Ut-d ...lIt. Coverage ....._.e $.. S--_ T.41Is. Drive Out Pratt lit;\Vc3t: To Blinding St. Salesman
The Torn I..... will, get c i ... .. ... "". ...... -..(tb.. ; I Has
chance to ie'1I\ tenteehfe cud ... Pere W...
5,., .. ..... All Homes Open For Your
No .95 A* U *y Uon, .1"-'n1\3' -'. ..---6eIra..1p.La1,11.JIf Inspection Sunday. 12 Nix n
hrrr tomo < nl "'. it'ur
Match With OHLYThere' r2{h.19 nev tit." ''I w tn'd< W r '"f7 orroH -.cA a.. c- Ada s.oa Till Dark.; And V/ill Fully V'plain i low You Can Easi.

and neat 1 u....., U Palatka. ..... '.11
Modern Gas Cochins tor wtut, rtouM peer to U: IICA PT.. ._. ..... ly Cc A Proud Home. Owner.DEftlETREE .
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$50 For Your Old Range two Inlcftin* conUu Th I LONDON '-- ...... ...... .. ,
e'a'r "' \' beaten' Man'ron'"' ... ... be .e+.
cr.'* ..r' UU s'$ % ).tO I II ...),r.e .--- k.- I
line of Modern Gas C ilr + i i. I t... -. ...... ... --
Come in and sec our Ranges > tn t.no ft orVtf ..
: 1 Tear SU a .......111 O.s.w..d. BUILDERS
Na" r HfWo41111> es.- I I Mob U.SOc ....... INC.nc.icii
on you' .M* 1t. UkcrlcnnTTh --. w ... M "ncN ,fCeo.tr ksalt 1 .
THE HOUSE' ; e. OF .._ I. lMtor fblldsndsr - M

SI' C'I ,....._ ToYrw alit.is ,. ...... ke..e.e, .5..
' OF QUALITY e U $ STARKE W to' W .be pA1.rd! lit ,.. c_-trees.Low etwM '-'lelnl '''$8<11. I C3U iti.vn. j.vx. ic. FL.\

AND SERVICE AU.... ....I. U. 16. 5.541 t M.- ..... ... e.ta..r..r. -55.e air 1rcItfsk-"- .1'iiovr. R \s.'tnP.1GF.

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Troop 70 Community Bank .. ,.
y '.1 r\G,1 r\ w\ \ w\ "\ w\ r\1. w\ w\G.I w\.ir wl .r w1h w.I.vl v1
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Gets Charter Shows Growth In a ;: ill i r J I

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,., .Nlww lNl.w IN.In N 11.1. y.h Nf h'v' .n \ ,1\lw rN. r.lh N./ + I'll Sllh. t/ln [h
Annual ReportIn LNllw eTAY.IAMI Nl.h wTAM uN..h Y.IAM.h('N..w wLMVV .TAM Iw .T.M Vh h11Y1+ wt.MVw w1AMYw w1.MIM .T.YVw .MMP. .f.M Vy rLMVh .TAMV .IIYI h .LMV. w/AMP( fAM Vw / 1 IMY lR
Fifty-three Troop 70 Boy
Scouts enjoyed a wetn:1' roast! its annunl report to
cook-out at the Scout hut stockholders, the Community 1 1M 1U.
Thursday night. Jan. 23. and State Bank of Starke shows
Inter received thetr new charter total reaotircea for the year send SAVE
and various awards in car"momes In excess: of $3.000,000 4r
at the Methodist Fellowship with progress being repurtoil, '
Hall In every department of the (
Th following boys received bank. E""
their Tenderfoot badges: Billy According to :Norman-': II f fOnly
MeRae. Allen Patz. Stanley'' Willis, executive vice presidentthe
Lowery. oary Norman Ralph bank enjoyed l its best yu.rrsince t d
Crawford Paul Faber Larue opening for business in i __
Oeer Ronald Orlggs, and 1957. *
John Walker 4
As shown In the report i IJ>
Receiving awards for gettingnew )
stockholders: the bank has" pro-
SIRLOINSteak
members In to the troop'''
greased/ each year with totul S, C fOICE
were: Bryce Titus Arch
resources of $1. 79.39\.81:\ at
8 8FULL
Thomas III. David Kirkland IBIB..
and Mike F"gll.Fouryclr the end of 1058: : $fl.823.S87: .
in 195D: ; S2.1S1.473.I5 In lOliO\) .7 i7 Jrilr
: pins wont to 'eOp S CUT BONELESS ROtNOSteak<
$2,432,302.06 in 1961 f2.KO.1-!\
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ST
Tommy M-Manus. Jtmmt'Moore LrnbWHOLE ;
Billy Dean Thompson 197.46 in 1962, and $3,060,845 -
8 8
the top grades >' .
and Bobby White 90 as of Dec. 31 1963 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED .. .
'' U S Government e graded
Two-year pins: Brvoe Titus. Deposits of the bank during'the PRICES GOOD THRU beef w..ar* the W-D ,hi,.ld.Placed .
Tom Rltch Herbert Wain- same five-year period have FEBRUARY 1ST BONELESS\ :o)1) LOIN TIPRoast or HALFLegLamb
In mpetotur controlled
wrlfrtit Scotty Smith. Michael Increased from $1.170.661.10 w/e...DI.'..TO..... I.CCoPTN.NT eoaleit W-D beet
Faber James ThomlBill to today's total of $2,789n7a:\ I !.04 l Is aged to the very peak lB. 881 LB. 681
Alexander Bruce Haddock 23, an increase of two and one- of' tender flavorful) goojn .
Jamie Holbrroks Tim Thompson. half times or a total In,.rea"I!" j 10' by notur:f own process BONELESS! ROUND
Donald SHD\ Harlan of 11.618.912.13. while. still, fresh LOIN LAMB
Jennings Reggie Flynn Joey Similar increases wore also"
881
t"pn. D.. Roast 13 Chops 10' 981
Callen. William McRau. and bank in U. S. Government securities .
| trimmed of bone and 1 fat
.
Robert Barksdale. held by the bunk anal before and pock GROUND FRESH DAn EXTRA LEAN
weighing
One-year plni: Paul Smith.! In its capital accounts. Dividends \ GOing Vu get morn Iron RIB LAMB
Arch Thomas III. Jim Shu- ware pall! to the stockholders tender beef per pound at Gr. Beef 5 PKC.19/
ford. Danny Oilffls, Mike Mc. I' again this year the inn-Dixie, ., Chops LB. 781UUilI
Ra: '!. David McKnlizht.. David( highest dividend' ever paid by .
Kirkland. Paul Faber' John the bank.
Tororte
:Mr VVlllia reported tlvit t tlf

follow Other! : awards were made< ( as blink had its best year, Incom' ..JJ,;_..._._...c._.._.....-._._..._'" ,, -. 1Gi1:! .....t.L.nw.4i.: 1i-1i,1': ; ....: 1IIt
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wise and stilted that it,01'> e
Den Chief Certificates: MlkfWellv
continue to be Its. polite. to i H
Jim Shuford. Remit i
serve the people of the c c 'irmunity 1
Flynn. Brvr-e Titus Arch
1 :
Thomas Tn.'I"ottv/ Smith. through the best nsv.I BEEfI WC GI E II
ern banking pollrlvs avuilanll ,:11 \
Peifpi't Attendance PinsTim : :
Thnwinhin. Jnmii H>1- l irertors. elected, fur t'.t" s tO% r.r; ,..

brook. Billy Dean Thompson" now year are: S. K: Simmon st l' .. '1
K Johns E. M linn- ( .... .
Quartm ai.: Jl.n Shu- Charley <1/ 1
ford Scribe' Jimmy Moor: son. Lrllii S. :Mandy Or. MII. \ \ ';j)

Patrol; Leader! Badges: S'ot- Adams. Dr. Pete G. "'otl.... 1 -
tv !Smith'! Bvcp Tltm Tom D. 11. Odom. and Norman.! I 'TtECN i mn\\
Rltch Arch Thornm lit. Bill lit q

Alexander< Officers el cte.l fur the new I STAMPS 1 OIXII( THRIFTY r' :ORt\ A ('\RAN11
Senior Btrtpo Brvce Titus year are: S. K. Simmon., !
Jimmy Moore. Tommy Mu- chairman of the board; Juice 4 991
Manus. Mike Callen. Bobby Charley a:. Johns president. : LB. Showboat All Flavors Thrifty Maid Cons
White. Billy Dean Thompson Norman K. Willis executive
James! Thomm. Paul Smith vie* president' : R.f. Urtnuun i AMREOI IREADIDShrimp' ,..
Junior Assistant Scout- vice president: U. S. Newromi: Pork & Beans I Ice MILK
master Pitch: Tommy VIc- cashier: and Margaret I. Miller 2 P11'1
Manus. Jlmmlv Moore. Bobby assistant c".hlrr.Methodist e e .,
White Billy Don Thompson. e
Certlfirate of Appreciationwent aoo CAN e MORTON APPLE CHIRPY I PtACH. COCONUTApples ,

Troop" to Committee Dr. R S. chairman Mulllm Church SAVE 3* IA. 5 "t e HALF 39FII Fruit Pies 3Fs sR.11.. J

and:! J. W. Shlti'!r. Neighborhood Thursday Jan 30( Cotlane! Lint. 3 com with. 1- ee GAL. a
., Commissioner who have! Prater\ Meeting at home of $5. order. I helped the Scouts greatly dur- MI-B. W. L. Blair." :2 p m. (
Inn' the paRt year Sunday F b. :2 .- Church 50 Extra Z'N"Green Stamps e e
"We all had a great time. School. 0-43: a. m. Morning WITH THIS COUPON AND PVRCHAil (,
that night and hope to have i Worship 11am. Snack Supper Twe Pl. PRnIIN. .-.z1-.=-.P!. ..._... "'.-,,--''''-' _. .._----... ,! .J. .-
f many more," says Scribe\ Jim- for MY?. II p. m. Youth Lee's Chopped Steaks
my Moore Meetings. 6-30:!( p. m. Evening
Oo.. Ta.e Psu.uART I.
Worship 7:30: p. m.
Monday. Feb. :J-Circle: 11 AT ANY WINN.WXI[
COMIM; TOFlorida meets at home of Mrs. Nell Il 6 dl SAVE 8< EACH 'O'SAGE FREESTONE (Limit 2 p.'eon)i

Theatre Andrews. 3 p. m Commission
on Education! 7pm. Execu- 191
tive Committee& meeting> : of ___ l t LlAUN/4ii y Peaches NaikCAMSAVt PRODU
Men's Club. 7:30: p. m. Official i t
Board meeting. 8 p. rn 50 Extra 3.-T Green Stamps
? Tuesday, ....b. 4-Circle T WITH THIS COUPON AND rtjUCMAi Cf 3W# EACH .- STANDARD (Limit 3 with $5., f food< ,' ord.r)
1r meets at home of Mrs W. B 0.e P..r.:
SrwelJ. 10. m. Circle IV Fox Deluxe Pizza Pio
r m'"t In rVllownhlp Hal], 10 Tomatoes 202CAN 9*
.e. TR.e P.eaUSar ter3
a. m.. with Mrs. Gilbert Brownand ,.RSll. wlrltSAP
Mrs. Q P Otll a* ho: tef AT ANY WINN.DIXI. I
/ -.JLJ..J
..".. Circle V meets at home six SAVE )Ot EACH tCtP SOUTttMayonnaiseQI 5 'a 49
of Mrs. W B. Thompson with.
Mr! Jack Hines AI ro-hott-
I. > 10 a. m.WedneMlay.. tit 4q11 39SAVE U 1 N
Feb. S- Circle 50 Extra .vrGreen
Stamps] 5:39:
III meets at him of MrWlUum /
WITH TMI. C--TCN AXL PURNAyt V
Shiner. 10am Pray .. .. lb< EACH: .' )TUCSON TOILET
Two e p.01. Mu MR.e
Mretlna and Bible Study tt.. ,HO. I IAKING;, POFATOCRussets
7pm. Chancel Citoir relisar- Onion Rings

Charley sal. t p mrnt.HT p: AT Oe.e ANY TII.e WINN.DIXIE PSMYNv lee Tissue 4 Lou '"" 39 ? 10 a 5 9LANCI <

.w ritlsnr1ER11Y: $3 x
E. < IHHCII SAVE 20r MAZOLACorn 'JLlrrif"f or.lth $5 Cfd4rr 0' more 1 ,, juecv\: rioaiOA

II Wallmt (.ra'". :Mlniolrr Gr'fruit 8 59
John.sabout a
W.'ek of Frb 3-1 Oil .. ... .- 691
Bunchy Hundajr\ Mhoal 50 Extra.d'CGreea Stamps
till question: iwiir, It r:v FtO)> OAOranges:;
45 ala Moraine WuriMpII WITH TMli COUPON; Alp PbOsAt5 uI.

.f "S rr many l<.\.*>4 can happen a m Youth .....no..hIPS .. P 55 ,Sees./ SAVE 20< ALL PURPOSE; (rmf >... ..Uh 13 ovder o' .) 5 5 9/
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30 p m Junto* Choir. :30 -
J in huiiinioM theft Dutch Ana Pie Shells
9 m Jnn1A: "Worship" 7 9m.
ClaiM. break Rff .custom- S...Vv p qs tees AstorDetergent Oil..ol 49; .

' .r injury dmtru Tuesday" Onmraun cants $ AT ANY WIMM-DIXir
Claw 1 10 p- m cJ
Ion of pro: crt) or record... --
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W..t.a HulMUv ISchool i
There are but! a few IVm achrt meltt. 7 V>

" the Charley E. Johrwgency p. m.Thuiftajr. ,

t .\ recommend a free? 7pm.Prvuy. Ctir* Praclj(0 50 Extra den.r Greta Stamps ,

,.ur ey of a firm'" ri Ju .. f4 ..... lot wtin. mi mis C74.ou AIp P1Ki4AH 9O. (
and Hutching policieo. In 1J. w sPprci.l.lelav.sryrta.of .. .I C.eFIuher's .II _
be certain. the innuranrefit Haturdaf Black Pepper A 6ift'.q --ifi1lQ4J

I fit theCharley rPJL..!" 7am.mr.nr Feb. 1 M""n> WorkDay .e.. .lime r/1...... s." t ; t

E. John I$ AT ANY WIWN.OIXIf _I I YOUR CHOICE


Agency fHK' mm ,.. ... 8l : M WHITE AU.o"NIi I' VAcUUM; PAFKU:
.ar rw' ...... r_ M ... 7l ,
rilONK: 961-0121 I '
rfM faea 1. ft4TER
y.e -
50 Extra d")r Creta Stamps Coffee
131 R.'a'.t J St. BKOOK r..sst.l. Mti TO..
wnl, Tsa$ Cd+s'7} Aso 5 tCHAe l t tn 1 IilAstor
net iris err l. ... \

Crackin Good Fir BanTcolhpajfa t

I I w. T..1) 111..y... rNAT GIANT BOX t ID3 1 1.LI. CAt
I Gl L ASS
-If, i It., cu:" Wt nM. .1t- ., SAVE 11- I SAVE tae :
CAI.I WRITE *r VWIT

FOR A %T OIJ15W: SEEDSHE1'S : I .,.trerr. flY.HXoWJM
-t 1-I /VoW" .to<... .... Ief .

CUSS CO. r.So Eitn z 'r ere:, stamps :-HS81: I M

I NOT INC) ynDe t. ; t I P.S.way Vcofgi rII Tide / Coffee :am :. 591rl i :

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--KlINTt J. rrtn1t CIaCm.: L.-4 1 $S 00 Nod e I .f 1500I ..
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Jeae Mas. U'. A Pa".n Fw .lw- Iy.a..e .w .. J

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PAGE SIX mUnt"OR COUNTY TfXKORAPn.; !llTA It HP.:. FLORID TtlTRTOAY. 4AV. 1964
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:31,000 Taken ;.I Doputipa Robert Green amiI of the Intersection of U. S. 301 Christopher C Uranticy. tiled Carl Henley, 26 6 p. m. with Rev. Sampson cnrjRcn' or OOD .

I A. E. Brown InveHtlgated the and State Road tOO S.? Tenipli' here Sunday following an extended delivering the message.
::From NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED 422 N. St. ClaIr SU
Restaurant theft. Ave. and \V. MadIson) illness She was born Named Manager
Youth will be observedSunday.
: Day
The Knao: Service Station at In Lawrence County. GeorgiaIn CAlf:
Continued( from Page One) 2111 Temple Avo. received a 1886 and was a member of Of Carp's StoreCarp' I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Feb. 9. all day. The Sunday School. 10 a .
Permits
Building the Church of Ood. morning speaker will be Rev. Morning Worship 11 a. m .
rnd then removing the entire permit to Install a tank at a V Department Store on ,
I Surviving are four daugh- Evening Service 7:30: pmY.
Norman Carwell of Ocala. He
window ana screen. The thieve, (Continued from Page One I coHt uf $800.Cherry Call St. was placed under new S. School age dolls in schoolor
.left through a west door of the j j"Cestauruant ters: Mrs. Ruth Coleman and management when Carl Hen,i I DOLL SHOW SET sports clothes. Is only ten years old. but very PS: each Wednesday 7:30 p '
about S34.000. I Mrs. Alice Coleman of Stark:! : j FOR THREE DAYS
and removed good An 18.0OO permit van la Pies Mrs. Pearl Starling of Ocala: ley. 26 manager of the Abble- j I i I A Doll Show. sponsored by 6. Character dolls I storybook talented in deliverance. The m. Prayer Meeting Friday

weighing: several hundred sued to Phillips fl6 Petroleum I To Flourish and Mrs. Virginia Purdee 01 i vllle Aln. store wa transferred I the Recreation Department I funny paper etc 1 public is Invited to hear this 7:30 pm. U S. WUUam.P ..

)ounhl. No one has been apprehended -> for a four-pump eLation 24 x 1! Crescent City. Five sons: J01'don here recently.Henley. J will' be held at RJB Cafetor- 7. Teen-age dolls. dynamic speaker. Junior
In the theft as yet. I 40, of concrete block con II,rue.fIon. (Continued from Page One) jln j i L. and Joseph of Starke.; a native of Florala, turn this Friday. Saturday.and Parents are asked to cooperate Church meeting: each Monday, '
Taken -was an adding ma-1 I Charlie B. of St. Augustine | Ala., near the Florida line Sunday. Registration of with their children to
Jerome Johns
Phillip 5 p. m. All juniors are asked
chine, a meat llrer, a white ;1, agent aald the new Htntlon "ton's Birthday Sale event : John of Key West and Byron graduated from Covlngton dolls will be from 3 to 5 p m. make this Doll Show one of to attend. HELP !

OK clock radio, two cash r<5
;Caters, 10 cartons of Cigarette; South on the alta of the Johns Other upcoming events Also surviving Mm. Brantley tended Troy State College In 12 noon Saturday. NOTICESAll ,

"dbout 20 pairs of nun glass** Motor Court, which wan cloned scheduled by the merchant* are 38 grandcnlldrcn and 36 I Alabama. He wall a member of Judging will take place from parents and well-wishing Jeffcoat US GET KID OF

and seven alligator hand bnga aeveral month ago. Conn true- are a Sidewalk.Sale In March great-grandchildren. Flev. L. the Lions Club 1 In Abbleville 1 to 2:30: p. m. Saturday.The citizens are asked to attend '4" PLYWOOD US'

and a Strawberry, Harvest Sale S. Wllllami, pastor of the public is Invited to view the PTA meeting; Wednesday. At
I tlon ID expected to begin early j: Ala.' and the First Baptist Neon
''n April. Church of God here officiated, the dolls from 2:30: to 5 p. m. Feb. 5. at 8 p. m. In the RJE!: SignsfTKON I
next month. at the services, and burial wits, Church In Florala. Saturday. and from 2 to 4 p. cafetorium. A box of grocerieswill $3 Per Sheet

fiEth Register Oil Co. wan granted Men's Day Is under: the direction of DeWittC. Henley and Ida. wife. Karen m. Sunday. be on parad that night.A PLASTIC PAD4TKL:
a permit In the amount of $13- Neon Imlgnlnjr. Neon Repair
Jones .
Funeral Home.Pallbearers
have a four-year-old son Joe I Rules and regulations: called meeting of Thurs-
BUILDERS HARDWAREAND
000 for conntruoUon of an Observed By ErrrtlPK Msvlirtmutnc:
111'1 | J. R
were ton School PTA will be held
Any child enter
age
I
land marketer" and a mall Kttklanrt., L. R. Starlina! Fred' and a girl, SharOn 2. Theyare may 1611 S. Main __- Gatnesvlll. SUPPLY. .
Church : dolls In show. Tuesday Feb. !3. at 7 p. m
building for rofrenhments and Kingsley Smith Kenny Scarboro Larry In the process of movingto Phone Day 171-0302 301 E. Call St.
Dolls must be picked up no Business of vital ImportanceThe
rest roomH. Thin will be located Devrltk and Laurie McKin- i Starke. Mto S7S-S8B7: Starke, Fla.
Men's. Day wa observed by later than 5 p. m. Sunday. American Legion Auxiliary -i
on tho northwest corner ney. i will' 2 I'
the Klnffsley Lake Baptist met Sunday at
Classifications follows
as :
I Church last Sunday with the ClubDiscusses 'sn'rpd.j .IP.. s.I I.t, p. m. In RJE school.ChURCh t
I, Rotary VOTU-PJ) ,.s IIKHKHV fiivrexniimhortit ) : 1. Bride and Bridesmaids.

..( CRYSTAL CUI.TACK.cIA SEW.e SIAlI 29j4 DEAD nermon men of the teaching church clasnei Riving and the Needs :,ht.C ,,n'lr.'tnnt ra.nnpa'=n A.r4 FIn.t,In' 1'I:: I 2. Baby Dolls 12 months I I Greater NEWS Allen Chapel AME FOR SALE

*I HUNDREDS C liStS .. 1J-314 In tho Circuit and under.
e. filling the choir rows. Church Rev. L. A. Sampson i
i Of Recreation nul of Hrarifniwlf. County.! EQUIPMENT AND FIXTURES I
_I INOOOM A OUTDOORS Spanish Moss Is Johnny Bradley, a memberof l"l'rId... wa'i "..II ,".. ".. 3. Daby Dolls. 1 through 5 ; pastor. Regular services will
I
n.m ws WMI flOVCtOfl ., SUITABLE FOR DRIVE-IN THEATREA.
_. __ tv.pStse4*,, in Hrmlfnrfl
-- sJ'LL the church and a Royal years. be held starting with Sunday
tt'pdll of the Starke Recrfi ,, .
Killed When (t'ncnfv ftoriflfl. onrrltiofi. AN'r : II. CARRATT STARKE FLA.
Ambassador ddlverfd the ntlon Department: were discussed ThAI "ert.In, nl'l"". o'.c.eI ,.. 4. School age dolls In party School at 10 a m. Love Feast. I ,
i ...-i ,.r ,Itnd. ...U" '.. lifinir milliolnir
: sermon on "Faith. Men dresses.! 11 a. m. Communion Service :)
Sprayed By at the. Rotary Club In I Ihn Pniinfv .., Hrilf..rrldr
taught the Sunday Schoo. ,t -- --- ----
I Wednesday by Frank; Owsley. Hnt' nf Pi." rMt' known
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FLORIDAPEST claoHcs and an nil-male choir ,110,1 I ",n... flP'IliaIv, ......Ih.
recreation director.
oil, n.- riiirlnnlnv' '' ..t an Iron At
Starke Builders i CONTROL under the leadership of J. L. Mont prugNlnR need at thin .thn "\V" ,'..$.'n.of. rl'Ml i-ortuln,.
.4 Bradley rendered spirituals tra.t nr l..n.1 U ..,..... m'r. fri. {;\ n1U.
TALL !)(;1-3965: for both and time Is for an adequate building I..., ,"1'....... I I" t,.. flJ1' cne..rAr .mu
morning evening/
Supplies Inc. as a center of activities. NhHnf: HKI':". of H.r It. TS" '
FREE ESTIMATES\ dervlces. Owslcy said. Plans are!! being ""U 1 rl ic.'rilusI. ,In ford rtortk f S 'i!.
-- Speaker for the evening 74. |mm fll .usnul l S4 fii-f, mihn
drawn for proponed 40 x 60 *. t'orrtn of Itrnrlfnrd rnnnrvPlnrliln .

service was Ricky Crews. building to be constructed on nn" run Rant nlonir the'lorub CO Word or leM, one time _- .IS Memorial, RcMluMoa I.. Psi' w.-
whoM subject "Trie Coming line n' qf.rn.N, ,,, I&; ecre IT-.T.T-
For wan the Pratt Street Playground l'-ni-l fnr 'If!.A rr. In an Ironthonrn If not paid In advance _, _ 1.0" (Curd. of Thank. .? .. 5. ..... ::1M
Dependable Building Again of Our Lord. All
but the speaker said It wan "0'"'' unrl ntrn'li-l, f-
Keyed or Blind Ad. _______ 1.00 ____ _
the Training Union departments not known where thus Wo f lino' nf nfnroiinlrl, I A Over 00 word ___ .e per wasi
At Reasonable Prices Call were under the supervision yet con- nor trnr-t. '..fof ITS ft. ,n." IronIHonpt Each additional.. word aver 20 & 04 Ulipla- ads !Is CIaaatneoI L6t pee ...
struction funds would come \V. tt nnil nfirullol, In the
of men. from. iifnroMHlfl. North. lln" of 5 .norolpMt1
: fur HI. ft. tn nn Irontnnnee .
Owslcy said the departmenthad Nnr'n nlonv' ..'..r....'.. INSURANCE FOR BA.LE-3 bedroom un. Bradford Countf The Coutw
JIMMY RICKS Mrs. Brantley been forced to drop Teen \Vp.( linn nf S nrr tract for 17* AT REDUCED RATES furnished house. Screened:' ty of Planned vrogrcM' Umpc
ft n> an Irons, mil,' fiK'I ('.."""- AUTO
Town activities since the FIRE BOAT i front and back porches. II14 at Telegraph.
I u itrr ninr nn IOMI*: the n
: GENERAL CONTRACTINC; Services Held school went to full time uw hnv. ,flMwrth" ps.r'r. linl. 5.Iocisti I I. INSURANCE DOYLE' : E. CONNER 'PUlE Hardwood floors. Nice neighborhood FOR SALE-2 bedroom house.
In .SKInf' UK I', of Hea. AGENCY
At Kingsley of the USO building and haLl ; near Shopping Cen-* Redecorated inside and out-
HOUSES -' ADDITIONS hOOP( WORK 14 Tim. KS2K:. rirndfi.rrt t I County rhoDe 964-4501
been unsuccessful, In securing Plorliln.'' ter. Phone 969-2831. tfp neighborhood. Ease
_ tfch Good
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At publiC, ..!.. tn this hlrhoot'
nOCK8-0Un SPECIALTY Funeral services for Mr/l.1 another suitable meeting place unit h...t bltlilr' .. f'.r ..**.... ..t thMnln REGISTER NOW for Adult I Read The Classifieds! HOUSE FOR RENT -2 bed- terms. W. H. Nollman. tfchg
I Mary Naomi Brantley at a cost the department could untrinr. of th.. II....'''..-" Evening Classes. Mall course IF YOUR NAME IS roon unfurnished. Walking' "'
964-6852 afford to """f.f" i'ourt hniiw* In Hritrkii.Klorliln. WE HAVE m selection of used
Starke held Wednesday pay. selections I
were to FOUND AMONG THE
riiirlnir the leant hour.a Director Drawer distance to Post Office. Phone
at the Church of Ood here, The speaker was Introduced mil I... on the 10th, uf Kehrunry 100. Stance Fla. Apply in person -''CLASSIFIED ADS 064-2321. tfch- refrigerator All In working
: hv Robert Bnrksdnle. 155frIitc.Il1 CALliA1' ; i order for $40 up. BLADE!: OAS
FREE ESTIMATES: FURNISHED and burial followed at the 1:30: to 4:20: I p.m. USO
C'flt'KTI'HnrteN $'EAL ) THE TELEGRAPH of 8TAHKB tfcht
I family plot in Kingsley/ Lake Sibley FillsIVacancy A. 'tiurtiv. I Irf'arJ.' ] Negro adults contact I FOR RENT-2 bedroom nicely
P. .O. fox 152 Starke, Fin. I Cemetrry. t"'l<-ik, rtrpult f'oiiri' Prof. Thompklna RJE High OFFICE FOR A FREE furnished house with carport. IIIATrRESI
HASTINGS
I Mrs Brantley, the widow of On Mv .Sin.5' Clerk" fnrtertippulr School. tf ch K TICKET TO THE FLORI. Newly decorated. For coupleor I

I i roenM ft Pissne K.nnellvMy BIO BOAT BUY-new TTTt. I IM TIIKATUK. with an Infant child. No ,,& UPnorSTERY. WORKS
(1.or. A. Ht..liiiii>nnnln ,.. pets please. Inquire at 733 N. Urn FaUtkoFurnitar
111
l.vni-h. lluSllinstJui'k.nvIll. Mitchell boat with used 40 hp Si -
Police Force I .. t. h'i,,,.,.4,* Evlnrude. electric starting One 1962 model 98 hp Mercury : Thompson. t fchiri Repaired!
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Attorney fur (' .1""" I 110 motor. Perfect for -
The City Police Dept. $89J. Jimmy Moore's Sun OWN YOUR HOMXt: No
heal f HPDON'T I fishing. Like new. $249.0.1.Ioore's I i I Upholstered A RcflniahcdMATTRESSZS
hlrrd Mark Ijin Blbley Jr.. Sports. itchg closing cost. Low IDOnpaym.ente. ,
\ Sun
Jimmy Sports.
of Keystone Heights as tfl,*| I i I II j Also house and REBUII.l

'G4 new polli'pmnn' to fill the Vacancy Insurance Problems?'_- COOLEY ItchgV I II i, apartment for rent. See W New lancnprinca

created when Lt.; Billy Call The Man From I F H. Nollman. Starke. .&UehgMWO and Box Spring
OvemtreH. tired thai -s "TRA'ELP'RS'George I I I
was na HMMM
I' : COMPLETE WOOD AND FIBER MMMMMMMIMB-B-HP. Dr*. V. A e.,.. as CaJirALATKA
result of a New Year' Kv I: E. LaRu. I '
glass boat service. Expert FOR" PALE: KA l-tltii

frncHN. 'I, Keystone Height Agt. For :1, repairmen plus modern equip Ready mix concrete concrete STARKK ....-.."

Slhle-y a trr"du"te of Melrose "Traveler In. Companies". : ment at reasonable prices on block house pier, sand.elED"nt. SIRS. PEoar: snAixEB.SUrfc .

Tags High! Brhiiol, hns been a Tel. 473-4602 Day I: all makes and models of mo- mortar mix. rock steel .. A..B.
correction officer at th. Florida 47S-412S Nltell.I I tors. N. Florida's largest Mercury ryater shell Ilnerock. roof

!state!% Prison In Ralford forth I Ant. Fir* Horn Bantn*** Deale We sell more gravel, Untels. BRADFORD MRS. ELMER 1IOWE

pant year and a half. It* Monthly Payment Flail I I boats and motors to more BNOR. CO. Phone "4-2&21 _
dm a four-year tour of duty Av41l> people than anybody In North !Htarkit. tt.he FOR RENT Furnished apartment -

with the U a Air Pore. I ttch ., Florida. Come In and see the and small furnished

Sllilcy. and his wife. Carpi, I Ilov..ly I many, many bargains. Jimmy WANTED 'P'armera' lave house at rear of store. 321 N.
FOR RENT: FURNISHED: I MONEY MUSCLE'and WAN Tempi Ave. 'Caill' 96B-2981
hav a two-rnonth-old son. Moore's Sun Sports., Itchg '
Muck Lane 8lhl y III. Theyare modern one bedroomDuplex i]. FOR SALE-T! HOURS by-using CPA's-"hIt: y' ._. .. _._V 'tfch.
Used plywood
to Stark this apartment. Large I i Analyst Fertiliser (10-10-10 FOR 8ALE-5yopmsind bath

I. wpekvnd.81bly moving, closets private driveway, nice '$10 Sc sq.each ft. Lavatories Medicine like cabinets.new" H-34-24. 12-34-24)) .GRCE$ on 1 acre Und i t'". mils West

In. not classified.. aslleutennnt C GET ,ih location near BHS. Well- I $3 each. Good used lumber. |I CHARGER Anunonlum 'NU\ ,f DePot\ plant'Lawtty.; Also
EVERY heated. Rennet apt*. Apply trateAll Qranulsr. Contact
WITH I and the departmentIn CAUGHT 633 McMahon St. used: plumbing supplies. Jack 22 y aer... 13: In pecan on Rd.
tfchg Farmer! Mutual Exchange.
expwtml to promote Home- .' son Building Supply, Starke 18 West. 2 miles from Stark.

one to thnt rank chortly. AMWTIOt'S: ( ( i i j .. tfchg --- _. _.._4tchg-...... -21 U. Viola Onborne Magnolia\
OUT AN LIMB YOUNG: MAN FOR SALE Solid- rubber til--I NEW 14 ft. -CRAFT Shores Crystal River Fla.

Diploma Tests Ace t3 to 30, hUh school 38" thick. Beautiful colors fIshing boat $238. For the bM _ 3tp 36

A vailabJeThrough I -Wbm
you a*. up to your XM 'U wIsh you _...', salary la start \boiiux, ".('a.1 I| 137 Lafayette .
Monday i j pusa St. Phone 9648951 for the fisherman. See battery i battery
I nEW USED WBlUd la ft.yourwlf sum a.eo. .-- lion. Invuranrv and rrllreI '' .
or Cell evenings. tichg Jimmy Moore at Sun Sports box. electric starter. 40( hpOcnerator
Applications' for the State .& ttorm ,.,m.Do i U nowl .I mrnl brnrMU. 1'1.In.; hellat Itch Model Mercury Motor
MACHINESCLEANED
Illih School Rqulvslenry ()t. JI'S easy with W r-.EAST-l 1'f' I IUtora I' !Southern OUrounl Com- 'i OFFICE REPAIREDSTARKK : I .__ .._ 1394.00. Jimmy Moore's
'
I Window Kite. Cootucw a
l>lcm' will bn accepted at the pany. FOR RENT -Small furnlAhedIIpartm..nt. Sun Sports. IteM
,r>thln< -W tor a eutnI I' --- -' : TYPEWRITER I _
Adult Education Office I treat' starn window. EAST-4)( 'TAILOR MADE Uraprrlrs ,, SERVICE Private entrance
USO building I through. February plot and slip covers. Peggy i $43 per month. Utilities fur LAKE AtNDUSTRIES
'
I An-riat'c Bn 4 popular Rt 1. Box SI. 1a"le j i
CAR 3. according to Program window. kit i. only OHyouc AI In. 984._ 5g34 ___Shal'I' ttlI nished. M. R. Judd 127 Lafayette (
I Director t. 1C Olbnon The local __.!-. ', SAi ARiiNiii 0 Phone 964-3931. Cat)

test battery will be itvrn intsrke I I'I ,15 ft Thuiiderblid 60 rip Scott ,I evenings 2tchg 2 6RE MOBILE\ HOMES
] FOR SALES acre term with motor starter and generator >
week of World
durlnn the : !nURKTO BEE c Boo AUTO RALES
February *10 at 1:30: p. m. and I I I, 4 bedroom modern frame new trailer only $795 Jimmy j before buying any other Encyclopedia USED FURNITURE
hou... Hi miles West of Law- :, Moore's Sun Sports. J tUbs I
through .
7pm. dsllv Monday M. A. Payne, ymn AND APPLIANCES
rrUUv" A slat Ire of 17 SO .U STARKE tey. For Information call 7833493. LOST Black and hlte bull- local representative sine 19A6!

('hullt'1 for the complete tOlIt. :Jtp 28 doc. BT Tlllon colUr If? P. O. Box 603 Phon- 944-3794 Alw.y. Below Market-

sivl' $2 for each r.-t*.t, BUSINESS \NEWLY' DrcoRA TED; turn. I found call Lake Butler flY tfchr I IPfETTON and CLKANOREY

PURCHAE5IThur. second term claMps In all Ithed apartment On and 64347 collect after S p. m.2tclig rLORIST<< Tbat I.pul4Drirt >

I subject offered *... scheduled I two bedroom Reasonable : 1 30 a LUtfe-.SAY*
II* 3. THOMPSON ST.
Lights and waiPtfurnished&
to start FVb 17 Registrations DIRECTORY C W SAVAGE a lAir
may be m.d..1 the Adult Contact 431 Center St. or PRONE M4-41U (_ik. Genera Mobile Ho....

Education office from 1:30: pin phone 964-7191 FOR RFNTNkrly furnished snoirr "'-Sl" *rWlr 342.-ill? and Park
A I HS tfch
It> 4 II) p m. dlly for see. I bedroom eottut' Large tic DISTINCTIVE! noWKUWa I ml. South of Keystoo

ond< term classes Adults of urroSari's zIp cooE Ti\\IPS FOR Int room and kitchen )MoJ.rnronvtnlences .,.... *Aw-* 100
the community a. It and C.rap BALE AT BRADFORD COUNTVTELTORAPH Newly g.atntedtare Vet* Height p. Illway

*b. vr C'. requested to ,.,t.- _1.1. EVi W >. rlowti 614 1..11.5t -- --

Fri Sat. \.1' In advnr, io prevent exrwdlnt ann sntF,nt WORK IP YOU WANT to drink, Adult Mr*. A. F' SuU. "31 FOR.BXNT Small fun ahet1

the Unix\* of 23 member AO Work Ouar otrwl that your bu-lnen. If you ',MrM.hon St. tfchg For Monuments I hostie on Wtsunoreland ilL
30
per el...* \ .r....Utr.tlcni no- CS9-tM want to stop that's our busi 'JH-Sam )Iosenb.rl.- Jtehc
fee of 13 per >' i iii Is charged .. -e..... 5,- ness. Writ P 0 Box 7.. I INCOME TAX SERVICEalloilT : | Markers. Etc. "" R SALE: :.3 .$.5'ii:Liberty

for i II ..""kit ol Inarurllon I Rout I. Starke or phon 4734114 .,,1>>> IOVO. M>KM CALL I n-aII?. _Nrllnt for coopl

Refundable deposIts are a** i.rn 'NVlf'R' or OR 3-3773:: tUbs nnll t'i"0! F.E1'thliflIl G. S. Newcomb 1Iotw ".yitoM HiU 473-

ruwd for trvtbooki Student I( Gilbert S. Brown -.' -. V" Plteuie MIflSMIT1JNOTOH I i 1731.- __ __
.. FOR RENT OR S.'LE-2 bdrom Mn. Clarence F. IthodenjItally ;
are .sp.clM << prorwt i r8 f BloooUn. Pot
I .ONLY-- prndbl mat.tal.flaal *. *a Urtf UtI Sei-sC.. .......' unfurnished house ,. )t. -.G P. M.rfcn Plants.- Pansy tunl-s.
Kln, ly Lake VUUr. HO per ..i-t ii 1
.. APVUANCVOd .
scheduled Also
lc n"'lrWi
are ATLAS --atendnl.. $rap t>*r,'*
mo Phone S33-3703 31., 1 30 lied V T Mmm 4 *{ .
'with Mathematics.' Mondays I Tilti* U" 115 o*'d ,.trtp nton., &c Ie- ihnbtMry Mrv V. R Prtuon.

r- and' Thurw1 ns: American "' 4*" Tern 1'-4 Service I II tuft SUE: -. 3 acre land visions va-her*. radio etc IMtfont Rood north of
historY *n<1 (kxrrrnmmt ,rT1 ..... I house and stor 301 North. NEW; A t'SEI() Ou-r.ntrrd operatIng erd.r- Staf.\ Vttan "&-Ul1. UclU:

AT o\1lnodl. > d.t., P'cknc.a." I, Phone' M4.ft'n Reasonable priced. P.*.yPh.lkr CHAIN SAWS _. Craw ---- -"
w -- -- - roM RIOfT- 2 berem ap rt.
W.dn.,4n. and CntlUn.ThuiMlT M4-3$34 !LUbe $io rpRrpdint
FOR RENT FurnUned a. -neat % Rnai CaD Wbttcttwedn'tl.
Other court*. ,u tri\ HER VICEHur.fs: faco': if n. SWIFT heaL with All MakMMcCulloch
porUnml *t rr of store. Ill ro%. ...- CUbS I M

Is O4'lWnl such a'l T'1t.Iwaa nt Iiikcping, C'Uta&mefF.cn.tnl 30 hp tUftrtc sUrtirut Jormnr Dealer ;,f. Tm.pk> Av. CU P43-: *$ TOR--R12J' P'ntIotwo\ i. anarlnmt. -
U2W. ecU
motor. morebomte tlt'Nw
( :: mcl Shorthand crcVUeb'P and motor to mure po- >\Umr..ln A; Rricr ___ C rnr Waniting-
TEWILLEGARMOTORS Mondays andWf'jn..1. Service Station 'on A Orand St.. P. B B.M.
pie than anybntr tn North & Slrallo FOR RUII: Onto s.zw: -
.. .bon* U2-:".. lIeNs I Jmxiiari
C\"' "'. nal __1""MAla- florida Com wv for your- rcoca. k>w-T. private bath and 'i

Spanish a Jrnvl fnaIisli.saa-.c. 0.. ana fcrVtfcM. silt Jimmy :Moor*"* &Inftpnrt. Florida Saw Co. enlr.nc Mr*. oJoII4a -IMtD AJtOCS bolls

\ _LAPeteCe.,.... arc offvrrd onV $lo..Ij.sc TKOAD.... ........... J Itch. 1Th I>r I.. N. p:. :H. Walnut S*. Phoci 3442131lIeNS far M>*. Brfdin ..... ES..

S1V1W FOR; KALK- bedroom! bath I dais.. H.ihta. 473-474. T W.
GallM'l' ). 313111PARKIM .
("t\IISl TOFlorida no-- ......, Nrtttshuat or wnfurnUrvdhou hOUSE- -- -:-FOR- --SALE-- Family- BaT. -k Sana. lk* OrnrrmUclM.

Theat"e ''IUUI.\TOII SHOPStrobo's) *. In thnkoC.a HeUhte.Phdn ) 8P\C: for ftIObIe nan (p-ct-J. SPMIMM (ram* .
-- --- <
H. ... UrK "ttooot ICncstry Lake. Phone bow**. 3 y*.r. .-_. tar* Io4 Witt. 1It.nrt: chbtrmM

WAtfOSNEVMERJJN Garage run uia' S r.om hew* $33-flu. 4lch 113 bra -d n*.11'. hwy IM and djslr4: daT .r fc- .. Mr,-

a nit '1'1'. "HOPar. sail. I .acre Und rntth *rr.r4be C U TOLFOMOtTilPUJTIKXr John M4L piak ...... .tsyards. 54* Jmj Me-Rae.. MQeun

("- ...".In rta. pecan hess CUb .* -- .ff hwy IM $,!-.*) UP

STARKE FLAP ....,"1..... ('-- 'Una* ran b. rr.ne>*!. Lo- WAVTTOtuir .cwn $M Mt*>U_>. Ur. Pnc. -- -

JONES IWP'ICL .""TO .pop UftMW rated 4H M-M vest er SCans *trrw l and _rlfe 01. P-UU: tZS-441. or- .nu Mr POR" BALI WKB o.r-a

11" r.Jwa.s .... eft Itrvvn.ftowt.. If totrMU4 ) eiprrt-nr*. PTwnc *44. ..-,-...... M44 O ady. Tam. *7sphu'4 _NBp B .. bw-c cima

CIta, ., Pea, ., ta *...nn.| teM 211 ...! tat 13W ItC'bt pv & *-2UI C-iktct. ln HUUon. Lawla". J.t .-.







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l STABKC:, FLORIDV Tln"KSDS.. 30. IMII
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. -- 1 I M>ri<'n nf Mif-iiiKK'" i. u.n I
in a few weeks.They I to be an active one In the Notion ,I" horxiiy .l\fn thai. t
proml-ne you that U number of theatrical productions P D lloildlah fthorirr <.r Hi nl
ford County.. Klmldii, unil.i'1 mrf
will be a worthwhile experience which will be put on It hvlpnm.. of Writ (of I l.\: .. 'i i ito "..
I Home since It has been n IOHK,:: seema to be matching im over WitKxci.
time mce a stinight comed,. I nil tu-nd at DtIS In the past .UM..n Ifflfijeil.. out. .r -', i i'PlalniM '
(Court of Umdfi.nl, i 'unty
without manic has: been prepntid two or three years In an tn- Kl..rlUn puttmaiit i" ,i i Innjmlitimnt .
Let The Label Tell The Story Demonstration/ < at nn.S it In a very I crrnslna IntercU! In dramatics fur 3 R linlhi,''III"rI".
..
I .1,10" Hiillinirlnn Studio 4 Olfthni.
well-known\ pUv. and hat: been
The plft.vs hive bt-en Retting .
| Htitrkn. 1 VIoi 1 I.I 1.i mil
that of those in produced many Uincs. lurveasfullv : better" thre has been tnoro Stalniit A K: M.."-."" d"t
The far superior to grown
suggestion that strawberries Notes In otliri hull schools. 1 B".kllarhl.I"'II"ln., .. Hi-r, > "
shipped from Starke during the coming other sections of the state. Although pllI'tlclpaUuland the furtlltles In tht> nirmimt. "f J'H i"IK..<
The new Thmplun Societyfoimirly '! ,' ,, ,
for the drnmUlo" minded ..I'" anatu m i lie. u n
season have distinctive wording on this superiority is readily recognized, By Dorothy Rom the UI'lmClub., will person; havo been, expanded Hnv. MI'liHil" unit.'. 10 i> In
the tiiiNflclin the ,,ll .\. .nttc l lmrlliiil
at I
the have present
flat to identify them as "North buyers no way Home Demonstration! Agent, ln\vr A new first R s they put with tho chHntiinK of the drama p...riiniil pi \>vrtOn \
Florida Strawberries" merits the care time of distinguishing between berries on the frut Mllbillv: coimityat : I tub to nn active national: \\'"

ful consideration of growers in this from North Florida, and those from BUS It ttu' decld.M thnt chapter of the Th -Bplniin. I with*gliiMM oloolrtr., frnnt Black ntn|'| t 'Kill Yiinni'l1' ii'i

area. If we have a product that we're other areas. If this information i is -- N ploy or this soil would be 1'orhn.p* It minlH not be unremsonnble .> It .n.all. lir I 'I wtil. l,i..,th
proud of dearly printed on the crate we will ail eiiteiUtnlnn, experiment to .> to foresee' a courseIn 1 or with lint u' emtru |UII*>IMVlt
certainly we should do every TtEN\GE NUTttlTlUN shArp Cheddar cheese flaket.Ju.it 'flul roii rly i>f "th ibiwtIIHIIKM
:
thing have provided distinction for our berries see HISI' hnw well It \\oilU goovci : riiamntles to be offered at I I :il" fi.ii, IMI' ,nn,I i),iii nnMnnrtm
we to tell the world about
can
A NATIONAL FltOBLF.MWe :: brush strips of white QMS IhiIlllh' liny nf K, "inII
it.i called attention to our location like to think xe're "ell bread with melted butter nt I RIO In a few \earn Of course : V. I nil "il, l,, ,'1\'. ,, I). k n "nn
It u tilled "Ori-nt Smote Ie ." the major wcul.l benn .. ,ihe,, .ifi
and will have invaluable advertising I II !! !problem Haul ihi\ .n tr inlH* *
i Starke and Lawtey were the orijri- gained fed' In America, Although a- Place In paper baft with I" i hi- I Hi'" if"rtl Conn'. i ill.illHi ,
nal winter strawberry markets of Florida with not one cent of additional bundant good food Is available I Ahredded' cheese and nhakewell am,! 'is "a r''mdy In HIP. true tnstiuctor. ., iKiuil.! but ., II IK,. ".,11th I:nil n

and have been producing "the cost. Suppliers have said there would many tcrnaRpra need Improved Place on buttered rooky ......... ......a ._ A vfln .of.. "Tl e Beverly ItlllbllliM with the of Brow the'Inn needs acknowledgment and -11.II tin\ ,i,,, ,it.i,.,''i.IM-i,"rr.Mill,r r"'i, r- d i .mh turlM ,.
sweetest be no charge for the change in word diet*. Re U'th ahows .heel and brown in 330 degree u xs in be put on. ns uprr.irillation I, ,ill I, i.ml l p ii,. 11""v. ,10.l "ih>il
berries thin side of heaven"for ,, ,,
lly rtiarhis lhl|>|MOKUAHOMV" > for the studentbiNly UcklnK qualities of edurntlott |I" "I"| IM r ,"I| ,|, I. "i"11 i
that: oven. Turn after five minutes ,. ... .,, ,,
I ,
almost 100 In later In itrndforti County such acourir nt-r\! i i '' ui' i : nr
years.
14
years, ing.The on FVbiimry
1. The older aide l I' I.'j"I -ill
the! child the or no to brown other III i
strawberries like cltrumo\'ed fact that we are designating might be> ixisslble. I ', ,, ,
far f
I : : IS IN The ThenpUns will do another I ti 11.,101'I' h 4 n' "ifnnl
poorer the diet Serve hot with gtas.ea of cold .
location would be j f'" NI' K, Kl, I I.
ther our proof that i
south also, other areas of we 2. Kutrlents mo t commonly I milk And be prepared for Congratulations U> VonClllt- phty. a dininit.\ to beprrsenled It la common In the luriier I I.I II l : It
tner south also, and other areas of the have a product we are proud of and lafklnii In diet* are calcium seconds II I Williamson lAnd Jim Leu la in' eomvtltlon', at schools of our country, land a
state finally outstripped us volume want the world to know where it came I and vitamin C I Sorting lee cream? Top it who boen cast In leading< roles tlie Heitlonal-Stnte ThenptititConference participation ilramntlci tianbe COMING( : TOFlorida

but never in quality.As from. North Florida strawberries ARE : 3. Iron la often low in the with cranberry sauce. Making In th.* upc. .lining nlHut pro In Jaikvmvlllo. ( In <
is often the case however those better, so why not capitalize on this II diet of the teenaii Klrl gelatin mold? Add some duction of OKLAHOMA1: All 1A1'c1It In called. Turn myKHC \rutlon.il: b.'n to the development
who fact 4. The teenage girl u th* strawtwrrlea. Or a fruit Ital.ct. purls hmr been sel ctcd and Town" the F.ist: ," "1I.t! of the '!'lullvldtlal, AoouMe
there
'st" get "firstest with the raost- This is one of the matters that will poorest fed member of th* I I Don't forget cianberrtet I a..ie now.. in rrlur tkl, WM' Keen. IIAt1 m 11\1'1' when In clinni.i, shouM not be I
( make the biggest splash and the be decided by the Farmers :Market advisory I family 'they're abundant again this The dllt'ctoU.Ir! RlchitrdJotkel the! Buminei\ Drumik Clnisiitl I II too out of tlii-, question If a I
I
most lasting impression and over the committee at its meeting next One reason the teenage gir! year Cianbrrrlea combine { and !Mr Rurneiil lliunr ... (\
years Northern consumer. nAve come week. Unless there is U not aa wellfed. as the teenage "'*11 with many fooda adding announced the name' ofi pUyl I "Minim the Htiulctiit \tA iho",nChm
.
.
to think of strawberries' some overriding the Junior-Senior Spring Muslcal > lea
*t evnonyrnous '' boy Is because!' she needt! I tang and color, too i
with Plant City, just M many cf objection, of which we have not'I about one-third Irsa cnlorlei COVNTV CtH'NCILMF.KTISd hut "work and the part The new urmrstei ''un 'ni, ,
them think of Florida as heard, it would seem that the commit : The fewer. the calories you ,I were immediately& held fur' -- -----

with :Miami. synonymoui tee would be doing the strawberry in- eat. the more important It Into 'I The Home [xmoiiAtratlunCounty million in other roll... Lorrtlne -
I dustry of Bradford County distinct I! rrlrat txm lliandr.
:Mont.. a make them all count. Teenagers I. Council will meet' *
buyers agree that the quality service by approving this suggested I often eat food high. in'' Tuenday morning, Ft-b 4. at naiTy Smith. and Linda. Owl -

of strawberries grown in this area is change. I sugar and fat inntead of the Brooker Community Center sby hll\e ixut -..... ..-
food with more-needed protein : at ItU.: New council officer The try-out for the musical : .... ...: I'

miner*!*. and vitamins. will be InnUlled. and a I I I .'ent into two day brraune

II Take It Seriously-Or Else I VOIJTIIPOWFK training h1'.UIfDr club and I of the lame number of .tu-

In light of the present" nutrition council officer) will be held : dent. "* mho wunU'd to be In

This is an election the picture of the teenager, All Home Urmonstmtlon Club I Iml'mtM'nr I the Play OKLAHOMA. la itven COZY
" year- "big"election
seriously or will lose freedom) '
you your : the Starke aenlor *-H Club:>> are urged to attend bit production and call* *
)L'' )'ear. It would hardly seem like we have here" He told the young I QlrU& are conducting a survey The! O unrll goal thu year for a \rtr large. rait Th* WARMTH,

necessary to remind anyone of the man that lack of interest in govern among their teen friends .1s for each club member to I rhnrui will actually be the

|I importance of registering and voting, ment Is! what brought about their sub They want to find out how take the National Self Help I H1CS Chorm who" have ..o. ably "

but. what do we find jugation. This incident brings home many eat a gnod breakfast. a Course Plan will be matte. for p/'t\ldl'd.hf'!. be.l In choral o"

f :Most\ of us, or our ancestors, came the danger of lack of interest! in srov.eminent. poor bl'l'akf..t.. or no breakfast this course! to b.. UuKht, by j mulc" In I lie pmt.

I here from oppressed land 4. As time | at all. the Public Health D-partment I With tlie a
f passes:!, however, most of us through We Americans, as a whole, have Many. of the teenager will I ami. other Inatnimriit. the IN SUMMER

{ indifference add fuel to the flames high ideals, generous hearts and great be parents of 'tomorrow II I muilo thl year will\ b<"* piovlded -
that fired oppression in the lands of The.** girl are not aa nutritionally Bradford I by a (ully developed or.
Farming
, our forebears. energy. We must be eternally vigilant fit for the demand' : II chefttra, Mr full Mathowa., will

to preserve freedom for ourselves and of motherhood M they could I direct u ti,> farm a wellroundi -
A mother and her
son recently ". A* a result. rn>ny young musical program.
It visited East Germany.. One thing that those who will follow. i iI
mothers and their infanta may AS Richard: Rodger and> OwarlUmrnerilirln
a relative there repeatedly impressed Register now-if you need to--and experienceunneces. .ry health con.ll.rr.l 'the

on the son was-'Take' your politics vote' in the spring prlmariell..j problem greatest rnvulcal cutnedv tram

,, From Uil* teen group will i I In America\ wrot OK LAUOMAf \ : .

com, aUo. a lar* number for and It ..* first pro.

.j What We're Buying With Our Dimes the? armed fore. ** and the na i SEE dured on Ilroadway. In 141 ..1
tiC',,'* loader*. Th.ir ability to and alayed Ulerv for OVl't.fin\

, the first few perform will depend to great year*. It became .. aucrnna Ui* J .....,
What is more pitiful than a child sponse to their efforts In ,
degree on their physical: and IT moment It firtt opened and
: born with some crippling defect What weeks' of the campld,,". mental fUncMThla mee |iaa bHUIIon.* of the

:, it more worthwhile than a cause And what do our dimes buy The should lead u* to think mod beautiful musical' lit IU

, whose purpose 1;* to prevent and to find lint la Imtr 811Ive. For one thing they quit.* seriously of our own I tory i

, cures for the 600 kinds of environ help pay tor research and special treatment food practices., Would I rat I, Ily .Phil Crunkhile Th Uam of RAdger* and I IlUmmersiein

mental and hereditary defects of the center* 70 In number whlch, enrttlent.. ffood 'fair, or' foot I ..telA. -".]

central nervous system and skeletal are located in more than 60 of thenation's from dirt fUndpolnl? How In order to stay abreast of muilraU. a* Aoulh Pacific. Til*

structure that are known to exist? 85 ..medical schools-some of would I rat from a figure' of modern mrltln nwthod*. Kin* And I. Carou**!. Th* ,

These questions and their obvious the school* have two. For another fltnena standpoint! If not exeellont .. must al.*yi b* raUy to Hound Of Mu.!c. nowt r Drum
or good, how could I Hong. ami many many other*. with ELECTRIC
answers, are most pertinent right now. thing, the Salk Institute for Biological upgrade myself.Two ,i adapt new ldr*.. I which hav* practically mad

For during this month. The National Studies was recently opened in San aenlor 4-11 flrla will b* It wa very enllchunltt to up the entlr lut of *uoc-

Foundation-March of Dimes.-is conducting Diego and is in the process of completion. elwted on the bala of their m at our strawberry ,r, ning, ful Ilroadwcy production" fur Year-Round Air

its annual drive for funds. The Third-there l is a very real hope project work to attend th* I I to trw> mthtulaam toward'th 'II th* tail 30( rear, *. Conditioning

organization it still concerned with the that research and experiment will, perhaps RUt Yoilttipower Conference I ... ptMtdbility of pultlna-. ourown I OKLAHOMA) la ci>n* .ird

polio problem which was the reason fairly noon, produce an omnibu next month In Tallahassee. Identity upon the strawberry their bent by aom, .* .pmpl and f

for its creation-but now, due to the vaccine that will protect Mgalnst. nit I loon nuiErxYntinisUrs flat. I ha* .been p'it on In many high" ......... s... KWtrto Air C..Ut'nn11.' .*(UUf. *U.air I" practkaUy: ttom fruut ci..4ami

wonders of new ,,vaccines that problem the vlru!!.". enjoy bread and I For yrart the northern peopl Khonl.* 111 It I I. going all out Inc .b a jMf-enuml tmffaln bt Muleum trt.rumply pnlJ.n..._... cbmnor KDUM aawla
ataUllltlc--therf' batter for after arhool .I\Mk. l. ha.. b*.n under koo tAipre to m"lt. It Ui* blgg..*t and .bWI. ft llvln
mml n..u.
has been largely solved. So the emphasis To give one more & m ,. <.lb .J murh lo you fitaiUj'* onowtxt.
Ing. And theylt enjoy bread I -lon that all *tiawlMrrr4trown J nvwl beautiful musical lit It*
has \been shifted to birth defects, are 11 million cane of arthritis and ervrdtoasly It prwliUM. rhnn. com/urUlit' .* warmth. Man, lKn.. lOO.OUf) t t out """ua4oaMnt
and butter even more in the slat of Florida hUtorr after 'htt bl.. BUCCMpf
and the dimes continue to do their rheumatism, crippling and agonizing, hot with a coating of''' coon* from th. Plant City CM wmi TIn: snow In chilly vnMlhri.1!: r""I"n.a. *...J) y..I.&tof.IId.. umnM* -.A.t tit

work for humanity among the people in our country. Our |I I are.* Whthr or not you idopt iMt year II& will h.r. a CMIneaily cnmfurt bi .......-. CJI.M you UK. rli- Uwir "hamM with ywtrrmuiilIt' r..UW. AliI

Bradford County hat always responded dime* go to help fight thin ncourre. i! thl *unt| '

well" to the March of Dime, also. |I meet with the Ruwinrwe, dependent upon your com 'i planned to hue th* bit jrour .bm.* .. .autl.JVM. 11 with_anuUIcomwt ..c.n-.I...r, It'* rl_pr to go 0-UctiUf

since the first' "Pre ident'* Birthday So whether, ifa to the Mother's which In turn rraptle. Into I nxrnu. to your commitu* _11." Clbl. .ur...... unit.Wllli In your bunt* lh.a lo >_ *niutWnatii,-4yvur

Ball" honoring President Roosevelt March, or a teen-age ""oCk hop, or a the Oulf "mrmbvr who. will m rl P'tb-I' [ III4f all of U"t ytar1* accontpIUhm Mrwr M>r<.UM you 9\nj" flam ., -n ,loot .U>.t>U, 'J

March of Dime: ball-give! your dime* ruarr Ird to mk In* final& .nt* Im wtrmtli .la winter ...a.-lJcaD": ........., #"'"f'QntJlrJcm'nd' CODII"'I&II.1'kf.i ....
here 19.13 than 30 .
was held in --more and dollar*. In the knowledge. that you Bo extra waur running off ; dneUlon- and unl a" you hav* I II will .h* INI. .t an In April.ind .

years ago.\ The current drive I b no exception are helping to lick the. other ncourgeft. faater from Clay County and md 1! your wluhe* .krwrwn. In I, la bnund In b. otut ot th. )

and the local committee has just as you helped lick polio in the Bradford will. create a problem >> their it will b* hard for them .wiUtarMtlnnl of Uttrhool f1E.t'U/ i..;
line to decide I ,..rT ,
all along the "peeUHy Z'L"
been heartened by the generous '- past.Farmer's .. .. .
in New KJvvr and Kant 'Th quality of trawbvrTl"" i irown ., .. ,.. ...
re Blrer Th* Utter goe* underground >v.. flctl< prvoiT re* .will .b.
Ihi la far
in area FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY;
the problem, at the Natural I .mum* 01 tMlr. pUy 'W.att.
.v aupertor to .berrv* frown In ... .
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mtovi Never; lie" >* lli In 'lIf.Cr ** /4 l4 ,
rirldg* near Huh 0pnng but |
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other *r a of the lt* Buy
I ., By ao dolnt. It I* hotMd thai the "funnel" at that alnk ran er* from the north"' reallg.. thMauperlorttf. May, ami' htmM .b.. a fuu lrii .
Diary nnod .*ler win\ run off down carry only a lunlled flow. and' .but. war 7n... per'" ha.. n .
tas.e
no
Creek and not ba k up th> when that point |I. reached. of dlnllrtg/uuhm/ which. prtnf I,.... ..... ,., .,...Ie wlU .....

I By SUM Crry way It hat. bHn dotnt. drown the emee spread* and flood* th* (Cat nerrVa are from
In* acrvt of .berrt, .**. lobc o many *aur* mile.* of land In Hy uln. < inl i4

.e get aom drying dsyt toon.mU and other hich-prtcvd crop I that areaWhen you har* d Lelln. "Uf.t"1
I Borrlea can take an awfitl lot I \vlio\\-nntia\Viltlcat: Ilft'a\c tan(1( up.fu'r .
hart to put propeller orJy your berrte* .but ywrloritlnn. ':\ ) hoc ) ,
of rain but they cannot Itr*
on balk of the Puddl Jump- that happen' *. ,. There .U aonw thinkIn stand.
Jong vubnwrged. and" we'ae .. ho wants Sk lark please up.
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., Hirer cannot fkrv normally that burer. will r.fu.* lapurrh ) xxjy) \\ > ,
bl. plantiiMt lort that
n tnd of th* stream actually rTte' write** thy Ithicra 1)14.'atand l
.ar tn th. Hftlbronn prtriedkm. .. part ':"'::1) 1)Jy) wh.., wanb a ) !\ UI'f';
i There WM lOaM mart rain run up> ,.*". bkrklng<< the dMtcnaM tNt pwk, ..*e Tltin )
along Wt Uat ..kr.kIne with fatrtynUd normal flow of Water O.ktnd wcrr TMCB* 110,er* *r*

vrlhY. and Uw berrim, Iload*- out alone tM1. .. oU>*r inbutarv*, do you 1 ln rrete
and CTra put on otn* !mar ,ran ... tNt IN.peobtrtn,. I* of ftal and cup, to that INnwnn
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(,..u.. On berry 'fO'iW" told :an* that win tiav.* to.. be.. OT.ed | ihfj 4nf* h f* -- i !( .., .,
U youH promt* not ta UUa | .a.* hu ptanu lrr4y an' lh W* da feet. ho- .r. that en rrgional b-... fatherthan "ral .varvue *t>apr*, ao4 I ,

aowU wtU tet you In on bln'he'a"", J1a4. an.I nrenrxuUy th* proMroi will. I InranyTh *! of ftol* ian4 rwp* nA.a ,I .
hr to boIP totred on amteJt I ,.".
ecrvt.. UXT I W 110 .nrJvorUge win b* .hoppft's.nn tbrypat land .* ttuta f rwvr __ .
any Hr now in on -*prtn (T wth.'' wider ba4 tnvohrtrt* CTsy C"'laItt.' out of Water uniform *tLumn,t. tH* "

Bradford Cownty or i rtla an fonl. XTnton. AWh aCbkxmwa. I Oak Cr* k whsrh I III now plan* |rU rtn C on t IK* .bm I* bMtrv .. I P I It

fact. _11 .* N f.* .* *. Rkchl\ aow It loo I ** Utamettiln and OtlrhrtM Cown.U nod s* orOr tenporry -- l. Th* aof* .tif Mtl.*..I,.
.la watni la boIP don **. f Uwdo tang
nF Uver to too nuc& ere .itr. *. fortonl"b' a ttf cour rttM bout drama** in lh WturOak that rtctnaU- up on tJw t+n4ho iso luvtrr .... Ml I**
.. <.:arw ituff. ftl.danF, r.rt.w ,pin .to wrto toM ann** p4e Mi I I 't.
In our onrrrrtr *** M win.& b*, ThMrTV', tteatly.t
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UIkm 10 b.. prvaenled to toM mt J..w ftX r ata* on Uw frrtttty M H' rr o CAJ. rvr WHAT TOO $, '

Wet* IUD ittln In .i* county .-1a Oft aoktof' In a short dMAAr* jtnwttb .. "Utlhln) a a* 4>8 ..tn hdhr W* "T Off ycuntThW ...'X", t t
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STARK: FLiORfUl TIICRSD.Y.S.. SO. 1961
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'.YYYYYYYrY9YYYYYYYYYYYY YYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYY Keystone Council $: Citizens School Garden Club t yyyyy.y..yy..yTt I Mrs. C. P. Perry and Mr\ and
ttI WHERE ELSE! I Mrs R. M. Strickland of Pa-
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Clears The Way Co.nmittee Sets Of The Lakes Has MELROSE latka are the paternal grand-

For Paving I- 1964 Program By Ann Pitts II Topic On BirdsA parents.
Miss! Oay Singleton cele-
By Mary K. Bchaef fVI \ Where else in a town that By; !Mrs. Alice Rotbhiunmer her filth
brated, birthday Bat.
= \ The Keystone City Council Committees for 1984 were large collector of color'
.HU A A .HUUUUU met in a special session Friday i appointed. b> William Lytle has only 297 registered voters I slides on birds, their nests, and 'rev., .. .....yy...' i Jan. 18. with a party at the
-- ------- can you find a city council home of her parents. Mr. and
night to clear the way for the chairman at the Jan. 20 mating eggs were shown and narrated | DUPLICATE BRIDGE
PTA HEARS TWO Biune and Timmy Hickman, State Road Department to cf the Clay County Citizens -! with two engineers, a retired by Mrs. Daniel Pater pro- I Winners of the Melrose | Mrs. Bill Singleton. Llttl.--

NOTED TEACHERS honorable mention. begin Keystone's $75,000 road School! Committee In thecow.thouse lawyer a surveyor with at I gain chairman: at the Thurs- :, Duplicate Bridge Club for last friends who attended wer>
least 30 years' expert'! a
Mrs. Fred devotional nes. Pat Thompson. VIcki Tison
Dodd. LOST: ONE EMRLF.M pavlnn! projact at Green Cove day. Jan. 23. meeting of The ; 1 week Include the following! :
skilled member of the. \industrial
I Terrell.
chairman, Introduced A. C. and Annette
Keystone Lions Club officers A utilities agreement: providing I Springs Garden Club of The Lakes i Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss Iva
Fclgert of Park of the Palms. are wondering what became of for relocation of Mrs B. J. Triplett of working force, and a Sixteen members and four HUlyer. Mrs. Clarence Max- I Miss Janice Tyre was hostess -
at the PTA meeting" on Jan. watel'I I mayor who Ia general manager: !' Sat. night. Jan. 25 for a
the emblem that goes on top lines the 3RD may Orange( Park was appointed I visitor met at the home of son and Mrs. H. C. Segur:
20. He has been a successful\ of their official gong Also move in the street paving proJect chairman! : of School Curriculum of more than a dozen electric Mrs. R. II. Schneberger In and Mrs. Roland Bryan and : stork shower given at her

business man school teacher. missing is the Twll-Tw Inter's was passed unanimously to review the courseof II co-ops? And particularly in I Park-of-the-Palms for this Mrs. W. H. Davie. tied for first: icme in honor of Mrs. Frank
the heart of rural North
and newspaperman.. and was collection box, as well as the by Council members. study In each school In I occasion. place; and Mrs. Walter J. Nichols.
the founder of the Christian little eagle that goes atop The town will underwritethe the county. "*Othc committee I Florida I IWhere The club president, Orolick and Miss Sally Mansfield : Miss Shelley Holden cele-

Colony at Park-of-the-Palms their flag. These things are cost of relocating waterlines members are Bill Beam of I Richard Vogh. gave the .frs'l fourth place. brated her ninth birthday o'i:
about 16 years ago. He has stored In the Masonic, Hall .-poflKtbly four-for the ,_' ., Custer of Oreen Cove Springs. e1K-ran you settle vocation and presided over Saturday with a trip to Six-
also been president of Fishersof when not in use and surely BflD at a cost of a few hundred c Keystone Heights. Hal Hansen down and not be a stranger I meeting.A I SCHOOL NEWS Oun Territory with\ her par-
Men International president dollars. Under _ 4 after two months? Melrose continued their losing ents, Mr. 'and Mrs.: Clarence
they are of no value to anyon- i, the City'swater of Orange Park, and Al Just -or contribution was received -
nice streak Friday night aa
of the Ohio Gideons for who might Just happen to franchlHe with the Key- Other members will be added I should say even before you! from Holden and children.
nine jears' and chairman of know where they are. There In stone Water Co., headed by I Barbara Hart, later arrive on the scene. Whan we by the treasury during Bronson donned the Mustangs P. N. Charles Buchanan ot

the International Educational a bit of sentiment connected O. E. Wlgitlns.[ the City will I I Eulie Rushton !( John Hellmuth was named were" looking for a place to effort" of the members making 72-42. Danny Moody: Norfolk. Va. Naval Base has
the Christmas season and Wayne Allison put up a
Committee that distributed with the gong. It was !given to have to pay for relocation If chairman of th" Finance rent our weary fumitu-e: the I and returned after spending ten
nine million Testaments to the club by the Starke Liens the pipes werelaid under( City To Wed April 11 | Committee to study..ways and latter part of October. we had special" wreaths arrangements corsages during good fight for the losers.! The days with his parents, Mr. and
other had luck
lassies better as
the armed services during on the night that Keystone supervision after the franchise I i means of raising/ additional some w">!2scne: help from Capt. I Mrs. Charles E. Buchanan.
World War II. lie is also the Lions received their charter agreement Relocation of Mr and Mm Walter Hart I revenue" of school use. Other DICK !.ovorn. Like he Bald, the holiday season. Becky Mathews paced a win Miss Bessie Mae Edwaid-,

teacher of Your Radio Sunday Any Information concerning pipes be laid before then will Jr of Eau Oallle announce the : on this committee are Bill there are no slums in Keystone i, Members were also renund- over the Branson girls, :31-23 and Mrs. Kathryn Bates of

School of the Air. which la these "lost" items will be appreciated be paid by the water company. engagement of their datmhter.(, Lynch, W Simons Hal Hansen and no "best" section ed that tree planting Is al&o The junior class sponsored a Gainesville" visited Mr and
heard on stations from Toledoto by the officers. The contract to pave several Darbara, to Eulie A. Rushton and Walter Thomas.Al of town. It's all good! But th"1 one of the main projects of dance in the cafeteria following Mrs. R. :"M. Cason Friday.

the Deep Sooth. streets In Keystone WAS Jr" son of Mr and Mri. B. A. j CuHter was named chairman best thing Keystone has to all Garden Clubs of Florida the game. Both teams will T. C. Miller Is in Hope Haven
Mrs. Walter Andrewsen MORE EVE WH.I.S:; originally slated to be let the Rushton of Keystone Heights. of the Publicity Commit offer Isn't its beautiful real I and It Is hoped that 180,000 play Orange Park at Green Hospital In Jacksonville"

program chairman Introduced Thirteen! more people added first of January, or possiblyIn Miss Hart graduated" from tee which will present the : estate anyway said Capt trees will be planted during Cove this Saturday. where he recently underwent
Fred H. Abell of Melrose, who their" names last week to the December. but several hit Melbourne High School In the activities of the Citizens Committee Lovorn It's the people who the curent season. It was suggested BOY SCOUTS surgery.

retired" three years ago after ever-throwing list of donors to ches had not been straightened class of 1959 and Is employed to PTA meetings and live here. And he was so right. { that the 12 best varieties The following Scouts wilt: Mr. and Mrs. James W.

34 years as a science teacher the Northeast Florida Eye- out by the City a* a secretary by the Martin civic clubs in the county. William for North Florida are: receive their advancement and Swanner of Washington, D C
Most of this time. 22 years Bank for Restoring Sight, Inc crepe myrtle dogwood, golden merit badges In Scouting and Mrs. Herman Almond otHendersonvllle.
The 3RD had asked forpeassa. Company In Cocoa Beach. Lvtle and David Harden" Where else would the Vocal i'
he was head of the science department George Schoeffer, as chairmanof rain tree, mimosa, loquat. Thursday night in OalnesvflltCtmrt N. C. are visit
of the facilities agree elect will also this to the
The bride-groom graduated serve on com drug store owner go
of Wells High the Lions Club Eye -Wll ment In June of 1963, but no from Bradford County mitts trouble of making a long' distance holly redbud parklnsonla.: > of Honor: let Claw ing Mr. and Mrs. John Reran
School in Chicago' and! durlno Committee. ha added the fal and fruit trees including Scout, Lloyd Baldwin merit and Mrs. Almondare
action was taken. Council High School and has a bache. Dr. Patterson, School Board call to help you find a Mr. Swanner
that time was chairman of the lowing, : Barry Wyman Joann i peach pear. plum, etc badge in scholarship rabbll brother and sister of Mrs.
Chairman Bill Beam called a lor's degree: In mechanical en- member from Oreen Cove house to rent when you didn't 1
Wymnn Carl Gillette: !, Phil After adjournment. members -
let Clas
Science cooking :
Chicago Citywide special session to take care announced that ? raisingand ; Regap.
vlneerlng from Ocorula Tech. Springs a even know him Yes, this
Fair. Ills "Hour Book of Cromer. Edna Cromer, Len and guests were Invited Scout Edwin Rothhammer Col. and Mrs. Ralph Rogers
of the unfinished business because Ho Is employed asa safety englneer State Evaluation survey will happened to us In Keystone I
textbook for teachers Clemens John Allen. GeorgrAllen Into the dining area where a merit badge In Ir .
Science a the agreement had to with the. Martin Company be conducted in the county Heights-where else? O citizenship of. Fort Monroe. Va. visitedMrl
has sold over S5.000 copies George: Massa, LuclliMnSfiit be In BRD hands by this. Jan at Cane Kennedy. : during February and that the beautifully! appointed tea" table I the home and cooking! : Richard : and Mrs. 'Bud Brown on

and! he has also patented Gay Livingston Fran. 27, or the road paving 'project The wedding will take placeon committee mar obtain valui-, Where else can you live was laid. Coffee was poured by.I. and Mike Beard, WilllairSchoenrrnan. La ke> Geneva en route to Key
Ann
several Inventions. Ha presented es Livingston and Marie would have been held up until Saturday, April II, n st.Paul's blo information from this quietly and have good neighbor : I the co-hosteesics. MrsOestrelcher and Pat Ilarrl West: Col.: Rogers Is National
interestedIn
"science side Oabonrdl. If yoo are and Mrs. Fuller their Second Clas
show will
a April. Methodist Church In dtiidr. who( donate their time receive Chaplain of the Sojourners.
consisting of Interesting cxciimt'nts this project, please contactOeorae I Scout awards. Mrs. Cecil R. 'Hook was a
"I don't think It i h, this Eau Oallle. and talents to a community so
(:. that can be carried : at 473-4137. or Jlmrm council's fault that. ISO of thetown' freely? One of mine has done CHURCH I At the Thursday night, Jan recent guest of her son-ln-la

nut with materials found in Bland!: at 473-2630. money had to be spenton Keystone Scouts Just that. and he hasn't even I FIRST KEYSTONE BAPTIST HEIGHTS 23 meeting nine area boys I and daughter Mr. and Mri.

the home. LIBRARY BOARD IIKAUS: a special session to take termined by matching cards been a resident for one year I Robert Dixon Joe Wallace J. J Hearne. and children in

Other business of the evenIng NOTED AUTHOR care of unfinished business and Fern won by having low. Have Busy Month Bill Smith, ex-radio station Sunday School, 9:45: a. m ,i Roger and Gilbert Buz Tlmrm Tampa.

Included the appointment Keystone Librarian Helen from last year," Beam said!. est strokes In the third hold. Of ActivitiesJanuary manager, ex-newsman ex- Morning Worship 10-50: a. m :i I Hubner, Wodey Bryan Pat Archie Yoeman is home
of Oene Williams chairman Lawrence, other members ot I Deam stated that one of his Lois Olsen!\ took low net hon 'tales manager and a lawyer Training. Union. 8:15: p. m .: Weeks. Charles and Dougla.' after a brief stay In the Ala-

of the Projects Committee" the Clay County Library staff alms as the new chairman was ors. has been" a very by degree has already formed I Evening Service 7:30: p. m i Arwoad: visited Troop too an<' chua General Hospital in
with Mr. JAckson ?Mrs. Walker. and board. and Mrs. Bee to down" Service, i received applications to Join Gainesville,
"cut on the number EASTERN: STAR busy month for members of I a Quarteiback Club and Is Mid-Week Prayer j
Mrs. Null. and Miss Mans Cooper local member!' of thr of special Council mwtlngs On Jan. 22 the Keystone Boy Scout Troop 105 In Keystone heartingup the reactivated I| Wednesday., 7:30: p m. Ralph'I)I Charles Buchanan, a former Miss Marian Bass of Boca

field as members.Mrs. library board attended an Interesting called. OE3!: Chapter" officially: honored Heights Chamber of Commerce. And I Copeland, Minister of Musts$ Scout who was home on leave Raton spent the weekend with

Carmellta Float clinic lecture on children'! The group also voted to Grand Worthy Matron I On Sunday Jan IB. 13 boys I two of our other civic-minded and Choir Director.COWMCNTTY from the US Navy, gave a talk Mr. aud Mrs. J. V. Slade and

chairman said that a number literature In Gainesville Jan authorize Attorney Myron Irene Johns, and Orand Worthy completed their five mile neighbors are In the processof to the boys.CHURCH family.
J of clinic workers have become 33. The lecturer was Mrs Prevatt, legal" aid for the City Patron Walter" Fennell' of second class test hike to Paradise carting my husband off to CHURCH I I ACTIVITIES Mrs Zelma Rhoden of
\ Inactive recently. Anyone who ITiriuMo.. StelnmeU ROMS well- In this ClUe, to pay 1090 for the Jurisdiction of Florida. In Lake. They were accompanied the volunteer fireman ranks KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: Rev. and Mrs. Jean Chance Gainesville Is visiting Mr. and

S i is willing! : to give half a day, known author, and Mrs Law- right of way needed for the the unusual courtesy writtenby bv Assistant Scoutmaster And another neighbor Just attended a meeting of the Annual Mrs. R. M. Cason.
,once or twice month. (Is ask rrrlfo came home with some paving\ project. In the regular Mrs. Vera" Ownbey, the Miller Wrinkle." called and left an eye-will" Sunday School 9:30 11: a. m.m. I Diocesan Council of thr Mrs. John J. McLeod. 8J
MornIng Worship, a. I
ed to call the school! and leave modern Ideas on juvenile meeting Jan. 14 the new council WOM /saw herself" portrayed On Friday, Jan. 24. the slip and said he'd be back to Youth Fellowship, 7 and 7:30p. : Episcopal' Church which WAr I died Thursday and was buried
name and telephone number. fending.. had voted to let Prevatt do as "the old womAn who lived Scouts held their first, dance explain It. All this activity held at the Church of th( last Saturday in Melrone!

The KitS science teacher. Do drop Into the 'library whatever necessary to clear In a shoe" looking out for her of the year at the Communi. within Just one block of uiWhewl Dr.m. Albert C. Holt minister; Good( Shepherd In Jacksonville Cemetery" following services at

Mrs Jordan announced th. some time when you are' down right of way fur the projectUncleared many "chU I Science Fair exhibit In the library town. You will find It a most right of way 'was by the varied chapters un. building. Thirty-four boys r ?_ and choir director Mrs. Wm. Thursday. Dr. Cacti R. Hook

and said It would b' pleasant place to spend an one of the holdups In letting d.'r. her supervision and girls attended this successful Where else can you live Warren church ; also attended th? meeting.A TKtN1TY EPISCOPAL
secretary
open for Inspection after the hour or so. Like the man who the contract. Past Orand Officers" attending affair, and plans are I these days with so little fear revival" meeting will begin cinmcn MKLBOSS

meeting. This is the first year en mo In the other morning Two other" right of way were. Mrs. Vcrna Brice, being made for another. dance, of Juvenile delinquency? Wed. Feb. 5. at 7:30: p
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she said that Keystone School "I've Just got to'.et aw'y easements needed for the project Past Grand Matron: Vincent! In the near future. There's none in Keystone-or 8T ANNE'S EPISCOPAl m. at Fllam Baptist/ Church Holy' Day 10 a. a.. Holy

winners would compete In i a from my kids, and have a little were donated" to the City, Brice Past Grand Patrol: E. Six: Scouts of lit class and at least none that we have CHUKCII, KEYSTONE Thursday. Friday and Saturday I Sundays 10 a. ra- Church

rountywlde Science Fair Winners ; quiet et o I can study!r. Hit leaving the Iflfio 1111 the only W Garrett, Past Grand Pa. above, and Scoutmaster" Burry 1 I heard about since: coming I services will begin at 10 i School. 11:45: a. m. Morning
In the Junior High WM a "satisfied customer" rftl\t.of.WiY\ the city had to tnm; Mrs. Frances Oray, Past W>'man comnleted a very lue. I 1 I here. And not very" much "a- Sundays Morning Prayer. a. m. In addition, Sunday ser Prayer and Sermon (Flit"
School group' were: Deborah) you will be. too. buy for the entire project. Orand Matron; and Orand cessful 11 mile compass course I dult delinquency": either An. Holy Eucharist. Church. vices" will be held at 11 a. m .
let Hlnck "We're lucky to get off thlj I i School and Sermon. 9:30: a and 7:30: m. Dr. H. Tom Sunday. Holy Communion]. f
Sheffield.! ; Danny PTA COUNTY COUNCIL Treasurer Mary Laura John- and survival hike last Satur. Weal place! to retire! and yet I p.
2nd: Terry King, 3rd: and The. Clay County Council of 'cheap In a project that's gnIng lion Other Orand Officerswere day and Sunday, The boys. stay as active In community m. Evening Prayer and EYC Wiles pastor of the First Bap. p.m. Episcopal Young Church-'

Oene Massey honorabln men PTA will meet at the K'y.4 to doM |7ft.000. All It will looullllO Lattlmore. Betty hiked In the! rain from IIll1h- I i affairs as you wish 7 p. m. I tiM Church) from Lawton snen.Communion..

tion.High tone. School I Wednesday: TVb" cost us 1* about 11.too." Conn- Rylv and Gloria.. Smith. There wav 21 at Oold Head Branch Wet"kd.DanS'" Morning Okla.. will be the evangelist .
School winners were: 28. at 10 a. m.. Alt Interlwted/ oilman! Clang Wllllnms said were It Grand Officers of the State Park to Smith Lake (j Where' fine! clln you drive to Prayer 8:30: a. m. DaUy Special meetings!' Monday. The R.v. Jean Chance,
Roberta Sibley, lti Carol person are asked l to attend. Tan! CuuiKll decided not. to Jurisdiction of Florida: and where they constructed: their I 1 the drug lore for a brief nmj Evening" : Prayer: I p. m. Hoi' I Tuesday and Wednesday will Vicar

Stephenson, :2 I n d ( Harold have the second reading of four Worthy Matrons and shelter" for the nlicht. mel!I j In, and have your husband Eucharist Wednesdays. 10 a. I be given as a Sunday WitnessIng -
PM IH FOUR
Snellen 3rd> and Bcrnlcc flue Municipal Code during the four. Worthy Pntroni repre-" weather finally cleared for I| come home!!! and tell" you that I m. Campaign The. meetings
On AlltllrdllY morning' Jan. sppfUl( sesildii )because: of pub-\ aentlnnr Chapters of Waldo. hike home Sundnv. I j your left front. tire I I.* almost( will begin at 7 p. m and will
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35, Mr. Phil Cromer entertained t1l1hil'\ll'tht\ regular meeting" of Gainesville. Lake tliitler. Man. j The boys Included Tommy I flat because a man In the PARAN BAPTIST CHUBCHORANDIV. be led by the pastor. All Sunday 7Dt

Edna William In her new home for ?ub. 11 1 as tire! <1nte.mrnts darin, and Oreen" Cove" Bird Danny Hlnck. Barry grocery" store told him so? : FLA. !school officers and teachers ..S6fi6
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her ditu htr, Pamela, who( ,I
Rprlnm. Also attending were Wvman Jr. Frank" Tolford. That and a new set of tires are expected to attend."
was four old. Putty Sunday School.: 10 a. In.
ROaJ"NOTUttY years 18\ Past Matrons and six Pa tPatrons Mike Ztke. and Plem" Onann I| happened to me "last' week." PERSONALSMr.
Included Isnn anil Le- Morning Worship. 11 a. m.
guests
of Ice .
cream and cake I
from Ohio .
FLOWERS: W cnn. I and Mrs Ray Strick
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Itlduuiiht. Ton! and Te.ress I Training Union. 8:45 m
one :
\\'U( UN'M ( (.tln' MCWSDoiit : sin, Mlnnemita." New Yoik and Where pLow could a reportergo p. land are. the parents of a son :
nakrr, Martha Bchaeffer.. forget t the card party Florida'" chairman' for reservations" by |I to cover a council meeting :| Evening! Service 7:30: p. in born Jan. 10 at Putnam ]Memorial &

Wendy Spiuitou, lynn Dnvle.Miirty .. sponsored btta. Keystone Th! following. officers were lab 1 1Tru"tpf's -both the old and the new.I Prayer Meeting I Jln pltal. The maternal
Darden." and 1)eWuieDavis. "\ '' 7:30 wednead"1
Height Woman's Club at the elected. by the Keystone Chap will meet 117:30: t"OUncU.nd actually admire j : pm. grandparents are Mr. and ::
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Out of town miNta Inclmleil -
\ homo of Mrs J O Iliinble on ter on Jn 21 and will be Installed P. m. Monday Feb' 4; and I a group of politicians? I've i I
'" '. Hum's iiraruvnother' lake! {Jcitev' )'t'1siat''Jan.>i Si.et'l on ....b. 14 at an own the Stewards" at 7:30: p. m. been a political cynic since the.
rst AD 0..I .-"'" Mr*. Mnurlre Cromer an.1| hr p: m Their will'be rrfrrshnivnta ceretnony to which the. public ; Feb 13.Yiieid. day my grandfather& tat me

Uelrona rhone: on 1.2311 aunt, }.In. MltI'th"Yrhr". ', of and prls.... II t per I I. Invltrd : Mrs Bertha Ward i( rE ICMOS1 : on his knee and started me KEYSTONE HEIG HTS MELROSE
8t I Petersburg The guests enjoyed
tiadlllonal iefrehttr.ii .. <. prrsun.' Worthy Matron; Lramon..;!' extend! their deep- oft on politic*-but this U on* -
Remember the opening 01 Ward Worthy Patron: Mrs. I I eat sympathy to Mr, France" of the few times I've come away I

the Woman's Exchange. this EJythe NIchobon. Associate L[ Murelll of Keystone Club b- from a meeting feeling'

Ritturdr' morning in the litll Matron: J AuUe'" Williams,! state on the sudden death of that all of the men" were doing j BUSINESS DIRECTORYAPPLIANCES
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is' whIU house that Uard to Associate Patron: Mrs lie*. her husband Joseph Murelll. what they: thought bt for r

house ItryiiQkU Inurance trice Schroeder Secretary: lad Friday.F the community And ..tth no ,:

Agency. Com see some of the Mn Vera Ownbry. Treasurer' : I P Egan I.I caring for a personal see to grind. That' AUTO STOKE RESTAURANTSBeildler's
nlr* thing that local talent Mrs. Dorothy Koons. Coivdticte biIndie colored" large PeklngtM -: Keystone I I II I,

can prodiw. .... Mr*. O'raldtne' Jatkion.Cunductrest male dt ii. found wanderI ,I T V Service CenterI
VUkVTINK; l. \NtK>: I As.cwiiste.. .. P"lOld |I Ing downtown lad SaturdayThe Dy now you probably gather' Western Auto
I Th,B Krynton H.ldl'a) I't-on.' Sentinel dog was without collar or that rut. my new "home I R. nUT' ......rwt..

Woman'a club will\ '&p >mx>r a The final meeting!' under tag, and the owner may claim town" pretty veil--and I do |I Authorised Motorola I'hllc.5alas Associate StoreA Holiday Inn

>\IK: IIKAP: I formal! VatenUlie' dance Sal. the outgoing officer -\ll! be by Identifying. But Just because. of that dont a RestaurantDtiMtt
ur & r in the Masonic Peb 4. preceded by a Mr and Mrs. Charl In.*roll expect too many bouquets .
inn Temple from 8 90 until mid. : dinner ilvrii by member,* of of Watertown. N. V.. who without a few brickbats ..,.Ira Oa All Sti. A... Arr J. .r>..., TUw.Kwctftv .
,I, night All a..>s are Invited "' ..'"- Levin for. ii., OES:: are touring Florida were I thrown In for rood measure ; TV RADIO STEREO Uei.rka ..... I..a..n-"a. DtiMtt

,, II. AO per prrtonI and Ratrelliu: Club Dinner meat of In. E.ana .teal. Wedneiwlay. That' a habit we reporters COIOW TV I(' )5qLZTrLT: 1IEMODa..D

\ I INDIANCHIEF I I ci MCOITS IIKIJ: II scheduled: for I p m in the : Mr, *. K sn and Mrs.Ingcrtoll i ha _.Just by way of keeping Work O\I&nAI--TV Rastali OoMh.IfAfrfWmfm.. Sk7dse. OPEN T DAYS WS33O.TFWI
On Saturday Ftb 19. K.,. : Masonic llalLCOMMfMTV l were claumale' at U.. aU from feeling too smug ***., Gazdes Dtaa _
stonen will rInd I No how -.,..... .....twa. ts-4&.S ... ....... hkas
: '. .. :M little boy ( III KOI Teacher College In Oiweto. mutter good we are .. _
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' In blue Cub Scout Under the Ir I there's always for F..4.
uniforms dTmhlp of 'N Y. nearly &0 ,"n.-o. j room Improvement :
'L knot-king. \ on their door They Mr. rt A Oaunl. *.al.ted br DontvW Baker, eon of Mr i -or have you no- I Ut TC 0% OIT KETSTOWISNURSERY ITEIOa'PS 1 hl.k Harts of 5-md LLjMXETrtON

will have -Oxwrt Will Industry Vfrt Walter OrtNifk) a turkey and Mr. Tony Baker, and I! UcedTsurgery Television 1trr5
t -_ IU..* which they hop you dinner was wr\'t'11| \la officer Edwin Baker son of 3>lr. and I and Appliance

will help them nil .i a part of : of mmbn of thr oca who,, .In. BUI Baker. will show thj u w* .sa't .... it |
J Make' believe ran .h* fun at t IhU ax 1 *. I their Cub &!out Training in'' honored" Ornnd C" .\pi 'r officer steer they raterd' at the'' al the Medic Center' \\. .III ...... H!

j I giving good will. To ,* on Jan 3J N'ety' : guetu, ttout ,.,", Kit Stock Show j !Ut Wednesday' and Mrs. Carl Nsi'j II.... n.. orn..1e J. Pete O'Connor

\ lIo\\'nu' Ir he's railed MNICIIT-OWLM(: (I the Srouta have helped d.I.// attended 'this dm v.r In thedundkinal a' ocala on Friday" : J.n. It I wutnip was rheduie\l for Wheeler'sDiscount .,. p'..... 1'vcse I
7. REALTOR
100 handicapped. ) peopi.) to build: i iTt is We wtah UI... luck and "hr"*** I surgery .Ut Tuesday, W, hop'
V or MEAnLY Illltir he could be Just l another ,, .learn a useful trade and be* < ". Men's, Cl! I D held IU| th..y some hon e with a couple: aa thee people. win soon be Store rre "'"kw ..... ;; KXAL EVTATBVOKTOACKS

1 of our bank customer whoa* bu_'l- 'come Independent Ro pi....*. > WK'nthlr. .. dinner -ml buln_ of blwe nblxma. :home .,a"- .fvUng ftrw. ...---. .....- sad "'J'4- : ......I.-.- ---.----I>#fI'. AmtUSAUTO.
-nl JOU help ih_ llttte mretum on Jan it .ben 40'* Mr and Mr*.. Msurtce Cn- ... ::1It",,_ hf.ist. t TV Df

; new hour make It practical to u...e our fellows in cne of their fIrst, mrmlx eruor' .t. talk by mer' and .
I! for and venture In h"lUrur others Sheriff? John Hut Wrtshh of 5*. htaon- K.-.*.. Tya.. Tj...!.*>. / \\'. ,,fr EweythMg .. S. 1 ( .Sa.'. fI """-- IS. F. McKay, Realtor
night depository safety '
coin en.Ience. ('ot'V' ( 1 n. 111M" I W""W rPrrr are- WilliamWsiren. bert were weekend- U lMr. I
rw fern. TvWam Ps. Rr.' Ls ... .. C Imb. 4 = 1
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The Kfyftnn XVomen Ox>if YW'w p wktiwl BUIB and Mr 1'1\" Cron, nLakerlew *!...>.. Th. Tn....,....** AMitrlatlon" h4 It* .brat pml. I .aat. rretan an4 ,r holiday tw'nojtee Thurwlay. ;< and _ally "'l&Ithot. a ctnwe acid Mats lea.!win '. t'blIG TOF10rida -1 L.ZIt .*ERY.A 3Vse.uIy

Jan 2*. for an It-note and ..... ........... Junior Hi nine-hole h*n
Iii ment In the II hole ."nU Church Wiw i via meet at Mr, Delay "' ....",, \t has Golf Service ]i I. ... ) as Of ....... 01"7 -- dI .... -....-.

M1 P. D. Ie C. Kin TOM N$41ThiaJ1 o.w: ChrutoOn& ant Vests t,30 *. m r>. ) tn the' ed.cllkdi u- bean a paitent at the ........ i-4.,w a r M '1"1- 1 I" Aa r I I'." t 4 II Ii......, ....

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r 111'-r Ve.U the .WH...., tee V>. net htnt'. aM ...etibia ___ '.eifca.MM .......... ... p' ..nTl 0G0te- .... k'y'aa4 .. ..
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. I I vmvvwvyvvvywvvvvvy, FIRST CHRISTIAN : (SEAL) I ICltarle I Deputy ClerkOEOHOK
nett, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie eyVYVVVVVvvyyyyvvyyTLAVITEY family will be glad to know | A Darby : H. PIERce ,
Payne, and Miss Beatrice that Mr. Oreen has been CHURCH Clerk Cir.-ult Court. Bradford Qoorce It. Pierre<< Attorney. f frialntlff r I

Bennett. all of Jesup da.: Mr. transferred from the hospital Bayless Hiway 537 Wcut Call St. \ County Janet. Kla.Uy N..Cart.rAREA 1 18 41 .'

and Mrs. M. 8. Cheshire and to a nursing home In Jacksonville \ Bible School. 9:45: a. m.

\ eons of Thoma vl11e. Oa.. and Ky Lease Blanekar and has Improved to the By Mr*. O. E. CrosbyaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Morning Worship. 10:43.: High \ '

Mrs. Wanda Bennett of St. point that they expect to bring Schol Youth Fellowship 8::30 -- -

Marys Oa. 4AAAAAAAA.AAAAAA.tAA.4A48TtDENTS him horns In a few days. p. m. Evening Service. 7:30: WATCIFOrZ::

Out of town friends IncludedMr. : ENJOY Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Andrew Last Sunday was Men's Day p. m. All Youth Program eacn TERMITES

; and Mrs. Nelson Amtlgo. TRAIN RIDE and children of WIldwOOd at Bayless Hiway Church and I Wednesday 2 to 4:15: p mIN AN MU ALLY
\ I Wls.; Mr. and Mrs. James were visiting Mis Andrews' the lay members were Incharll'e
Over 100 students of the
K Eddy, Deland; Mrs. Mabel first three grades of Lawtey parents. Mr. aiid Mrs. .W. 1"1 of the complete program And County For llrmdCoril JntlKr'a C'ourt.: tummlr!. \ COST

Cincinnati! Ohio Moore, Sunday afternoon.Mr. for the day. It was .
I Caldwell ; Florida.In
HOMEQV.'NERS
L Junior High Schol enjoyed an I U.S.
\ and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wilson !- and Mrs. Troy Bennett thoroughly enjoyed. rP. Kftatof
exciting train ride Wednesday CHAfNCEV II SMITH do
and Mrs. Vernon Eddy. and Mrs. Cebe Harnis'attended I i and Mrs. Floyd Crosby \
Green Cove Bprlngll.PERSONALS morning, from Lawtey to the funeral of Jim Thomas in I Mr. I NrncH;' TO CflPflITOitS ____________________
Waldo. They were accompanied and Mr. and Mrs. Harold All creditor of lhi cut at, >fr'tmunrey FIFTY I
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Lake City lost week. .
i by their teachers and several Crews and children visited ,, II. Hmlth. cl., auMed!,
Mrs. Emmallne Hall of Dallas Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradley I are hereby notlflnil !tintl requlre MILLION
parents as chaperones. the Hershell Johnson familyin .. .
and visited Mr. and Mrs Allen .
visited Mr.
Texas Principal Connie Clark Jacksonville last Sunday. mends which they have AK&lnnt
I t Mrs. Claude Oreen Mondayof Carter'and daughters in Jack Mall ...tAtA In the nffif. of the DOLLARS!
made arrangements for the Friends will be Interested to
nt flradford Cnun*
c sonville. county judira
lost week. trip. and the Seaboard put on know that their baby was able ty, Florida, In th. rourthoiiMi
Wilbur Bell, son of Mr. and a special car for the group. Mr. and Mrs. James Shu- to be taken home from the .ttt Htwrto.' Florida within nix Florida Pest Control
Mrs. Morris Bell left last ford Of Charlotte Courthouse. calendar monthw rrom UKduti
Two school busses met themIn hospital after a month's con- of th* rimt' puMlcHllon, of (his!
Monday for nine weeks trainIng Waldo and brought them Va., and Mrs. Luther Tharpof finement. notlte. Kat; 'h claim or demand
at an Army base in South Culen Va. have returned to muni I b. In writing. and niunt
: back to the school here around their respective homes after Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pad- Multi, the plar* or ri,.ldcnc0 andpoutoffice
Carolina. ,
adilreHB of the fljtlm
noon. I
I Friends of Mrs. Claude spending,* two weeks here with gett and daughter were Sat ant and fillet be aworn to, 1 It> FREE Phone
CHURCH MEETINGSThe
that their relative Mrs. Charles urday of Mr. Ih. .claimant his sCent Oreen will regret to learn supper guests ,
: Methodist W8CS met attorney or It will become void
she has been confined to bed Tuesday night Jan. 21, at the Shuford accompanied them as and Mrs. Leslie Waters in ..",! since returning from seeing ; far as Newberry, S. C. where Lake Butler January 30th. 1081. I
home of Mrs. Orville Bum- Saturday night.
t her doctor in Jacksonville.A she will visit her sister, Mrs.\ I /Thnrlow Hmlth Esti..... ...
garner for the regular study Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby ; Administrator of the Eittatt of _...... = .----r
McOtll.
din Betty .
family get-together (hanncry II. Mmlth. d session.! The hostess! presentedthe were guests of the H. B. Kel-
at Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Carter THOMAS A PIKru'E:
ner was enjoyed Sunday
lesson.! and demonstratedit lye in Gainesville last Thurs 20.1.:\ 203, North Tempi. Ave
the home of Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. Oscar Carter enjoyed mark. KlnrhlaAttorney Genie
by showing film strip on Gas says:
a
day night. .
tnm< Claude Oreen by Mrs.! Joe Monday' fishing at Lake for AdmlnlHtratnr
Lucas and family and Mr. the subject. Refreshments Locklooea. They brought a Mr. and Mrs. Charles New Klrt' ....publication on January
were served during' the social! tj. 19 <-r;
and Mrs. Avory Blade and !good many fish home to prove man and children of GaInesville _1/23 It /U
THOSE
I I. hour attended church here
their luck.
family.Mr. The First Baptist YWA met' I. The Irrolt. Court nt VIoriliI'hsIh .
and Mrs. E. D. Hlggln- Mr. and Mrs. Lester Spon- Sunday and were dinner :. ......1.1..1 (Irralt. In. And
botham and family spent the Sunday afternoon and Mrs. bolts and daughter and Miss guests of the Louis Newmans. ....r. llrndfurd ('neat,. In ( baneery. WHO
: Ina C. Martin associations! .
Debby Phillips of Jacksonvillewere I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Broad-
weekend with friends in St. .' I ISIS OUCH:
Augustine,' leader conducted study visiting Mr. and Mr*. well and children of Jacksonville ItI'THIAIU.tS: ; : ("J.t: JfI"M.

topi Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson course on the book "Shalom" Oscar! Carter and Mrs. Lois !, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles (I-lHlntlff!JENICLKMOVH.I -VM.. KK-IIAIll.. Defendant KV.: KNOW
I Pearce 1.
: and family of Jacksonville Carter Sunday.Mrs. Crosby and baby of Fairbanks NUT 1C MTO :
I l PERSONALSMrs. visited Mr. and Mrs.L. : Hlchard' Ktijjtene: Clemona, i .,44
Thslma
:;: spent Saturday with Mr. and Jones of reNId.-n'p and adilreMM, unknownYou USEDid
Lennie Ollchrtst, of
: : Mrs. Drew Wilkinson.Mrs. Starka Is spending some time A. Crosby last Saturday ar. hereby notified. that
;I .. I UtBudl, I Harris Brunswick, Oa. is visiting her with Mrs.. V. R. Reddish. night. a complaint for divorce ha* and restaurants la the.
R. [ returned sisters Mrs. Mae Wells and been filed aicalnxt. you and. you you know that 99 oat of 100 hotel

I I 34hi home Sunday after beIng Mrs. A. H. Harley. They spent .V V VT. VVVVV yvy. TV. VVVV. .VV.. are your' required Answer. to.or .pleadIng.'rv... a t npy to the or United. State UM pa for cooking Why .la gas their choice

confined to St. Vincent's Sunday afternoon with another NEW RIVER BAPTIST Complaint on the plaintiff. attorney phef* who are responsible for preparing\ ; food food know
Hospital for the past ten days. U..orae II. Pierce. I I'. O
: sister. Mrs. Ruth Barth- CHURCH that brings out the xoodnrwi and appetizing appearanceof
Mr- and Mrs. John North BROOKERBy Drawer into.:\ Stark, Florida.' gas
t' :, low. In Mlddleburg. and file the original. Annwer. or food and they know It'* tastes cleaner 1 more dependaMe
Helen Claude and .. .
and North
L. Sunday' School. 10 a. m. 1..rtlnlC In the arrive f tllflMerk
Mr. and Mrs. George
\ Mr. and Mrs. Dave Coverdale ( of tha Circuit ('ourt .,nor and mora eoonoralcal. Isn't It logical that yon Mould twitch
: Bhlrley! Green looming Worship. 11 .
; Shuford announce the birthof a m. before the loth day of February. -
I drove to Jacksonville Wednesday a son John LeRoy. born in Training Union 6:30: p.m.Evening 11114. If you fall to ... to Natural Gar
I Jan. 23. to help celebrate Phone 483.4891VYYVTVVVTVVVVTVYVVVYV do a l 11.'n. .Pro fonfenMo. will
Baptist Memorial Hospital. Worship. 7:30: pm. Mid- ba taken fur, Inn
against
I the 2nd birthday anniversary . I rnDU I II STARKE NATURAL GAS
I Jacksonville, on Jan 18. week Prayer Service. Wednesday relief demanded the Com
of the North Miss Arthurlne Blanchard 7 p.m. EVer>4na welcome. plaint.lona.. CITY HALL 'PHONE 961-2351
: I
.
Stark,
f,1 granddaughter Cheryl.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Evans and ordered at 1
,
j : of Jacksonville and Miss Enza and Cftllle I Florida, thin Sib day of Janu J I
Mrs.
Johnson of
and Wilkinson /
Oscar
; ( Mrs. Blanchard attended funeral ary. A. ['. !1944.
the
I ", : Lake
I : !! and family entertained at of their aunt, Mrs. John J. afternoon City 'guests were the'of Mr.Sunday and ""'"'" - -= -= =--- __;____ = ___-__ ...::.:--_-_
their home on Solomon Road --
McLeod In Melrose Saturday.Mrs. .
1 Mrs. Wallle Crews.
last nUht with
),F barbecue Saturday supper for friends.Mr. a McLeod and the late Mr. Mrs. Alex Williams of Jacksonville
I McLeod were residents of DIRECTORY
and Mrs. Ed Waters! of was the luncheon B BUSINESS I
j Jacksonville/ spent last week Lawtey for several years before guest of her mother. Mrs

with Mrs. Dorothy Waters. going to Melrose, and her Dave Green. Saturday.
: many friends' regret to learnof .
ofw' / Friends of John North will Robert Word of Wlldwood
I her death Jan. 25 In a
I \ regret to learn that his was the overnight guest of
.j brother-in-law, Robert Carter Gainesville,nursing ham..Tbe Mr. and Mr*. Kenneth Oreen I AUTO SALES &: SERVICE(: Automatic Transmission GARDEN SUPPLIES |I[MOVER\
I t funeral was held. In Melrose
last I
Friday

I I\I I : surgery, of Green lost week.Cove had arm Pastor Methodist Rev Church Kenneth with'Griffith the Mrs. C. L, Atkinson and Barkley Motors, Inc.TRIt'MIMI I 1 City AutomaticTransmission Johnson & Paris, Inc.I Security Transfer

1: I () The Intermediate Girls held .randlWJn. Charlie Castlan. : Inc. I Complete Line of
officiating. Interment was In ,
) have & Inc.
returned after week's Storage
I a business meeting Tuesday a ,
FIATHIULMA.V 8F.ED@lPLANT8I I
f Melrose Cemetery. Repair Si Exchange: I
visit with Mr. an Mrs. Reed I
night at the home of their AGENTS FOR
.. j i?1 teacher, Mrs. Dorothy Waters. Mrs. W F. Moore spent! Lewli' and family In WIggins, A RI'N JSIE.i31 All Make and Model FKBTIUZCBS I IIIIIIfrUcldPeot
Tuesday and Wednesday of \Ve Specialize In TRICKS!' & CARS!' FOGARTY BROSTRANSFER ,

1'\ Plans party.were made for a Valentine last week with her sister Miss Miss.Mr.. and Mrs. T W. Markey BALES & SERVICE. : Dyanometer Pre-Tested I W. Rent! Fertlllmer 8preod Supplies i.- Inc.Loral .
Rachel Boyer In Jacksonville Factory Trained Mechanic I .
Friends of our pastor. Rev.! visited Mr. and'Mrs. MorMon WORK GUARANTEED I A" Long Distance M.,..,
100 CLJEAX'" USF.D:! CUtS
( and attended the State Evangelistic PLAN 234 N. W. 8th Avo.
.Jordan,and Bl'lMlKT;
niM Williams/ will\ regret to learn j.family in, Key 1201 N. Main Cr.ng.St.rag..Fsek1agPhone
'! Conference' In First
that hIs fattier and brother stone Heights Sunday after OalYUIe 373-4S73 1409 S. Main PDQNE S1 -041' 31S8

L I I In Tennessee are seriously\ ill Baptist Church. noon. A aalnmvllle :371-5 I 941 Gainesville Fla.11NSULATION.ROOFING. ': 1040 So. Main Caiaeanrtm.
J at this writing. Mrs.: C. R; Crews and granddaughter Mrs. Ervin Dyal: of Oraham ,

Mrs. Joe Lucas and children Olennann. spent the was the Monday guest of Mr*. B & G Motors Co. BEAUTY SCHOOLLearn I I I
i pant two weeks! with Miss Vera
.. ,-and Joey Nolan attended J. P. Baxter and Mr*. Ella
': Crews In Jacksonville/ and
the Baldwin-St. Joe basketball Law OADILIAOOLDlMOJlILESALES Complete Beauty Culture! I ,(rIC4;; _,
visited other friends and relatives. Mr. and Mr. All American .
Roy Oreen andfamily
I game and dance In SERVICE: Olrl Women' Melt I I --
,
I were the Sunday guest
Baldwin last Friday night Tuition Budgeted -
The dance was sponsored bY Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Kersey of Mr. 'and Mr*. J. T. Taylor Fin. rVkx-tlon. ttf fard (Car WIEE PIJtCEMKNT: Insulation & RoofingCO. I
; and children' of Starke spent
I the Baldwin High School and family in palatka. Taken Oa Cadillac Trades
Brush-Up Courses
:: Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Julian Oreen and David Special WHEN ITS TIME TO :MOVE
I Band with the Sautels furnishing son tOOl N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 .
Bennett and children.
the music.HAMPTON Paul of Jacksonville were Central Hairstyling | Call
I '
I Jesse Starling of Stark and weekend guests of his parents .OON': a18151SUnrolM"nurycom. New Roof Shinglesor lAIN P.SVILLEMayflower

\ / mVVVTVVY VVV. VVVVVVV. .. John E. Starling of Eaton Mr. and Mrs. Dare Oreen. Built-Up
I the weekend with! *' College Inc.
!! Park spent The Brooker PTA will meet Roof Cleaning A RepairSFiberglas.
and Mr H. C. Wain- t'HKI: (CARS Call Collect 374-5224
Mr *
tonight
IThuradayl at 7:30: Authorized 21( 8. E. lt. aalnevrulei7S4IO.1 Inflation
Sales & Service I
Wright.Mr p. m. at the school cafeteria. I Blown BattCOnh..t.r SrJafjafJlMSfBf aMSr VSfjli* BHaf al illiiilllSB aMSB)
:: and Mr. L. L. Walnwrlght CraneLincolnMercury II I or |OFFICE EQUirMEXT

Ry Mr. D. E. Hill and family were visiting \BUILDING SUPPLIES I or Retail .
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Waln- IT. ANNtr* cnscorAo.cwuttca .. DAYerN1TPIPhONE Parker's
) Phone 461.IUkAAAAaAAAAAAAAAAAAaAA I
.
wrlght and other relatives the ,
I : ( (MM r. fnhrrmltylm An', McCoy Building 17C-42K I OafnemrUle'a Meat CaMpleto oc.I .
latter of the week. Quests
part
Summer, Schedule: S a. maerrtte >avUI* 1t-4t.M 231 N.E 19th Dr. Gainesville.1 I flee Eqalpment. MachlaSte. *
. Rev. and Mr*. Carl Clarke for this we. k are Din I each Sunday mon .... .....,..h Ford-Volvo--. Supply CenterLTJMBER !t .
I!
Wainwright) of Clorlton, Pa..
are the parents' of a son First Sunday. Holy Eucharist. I'sed ('are
I
I and a friend. Lowell Russell, I S LADIES WEAR Complete Office Planninf
Charles Alii,". born Frl 9:30: a. m. Other Sunday. I SI* Mouth' Main ,
I of Corbln. Ky BI1LDIVO SUPPUEHe I- Underwood Products'
day, Jan. 10. at Alachua OI'n-1 Morning Prayer and Sermon GolnetiviUs STS-MSI I II .
! Mrs. R. D Suber of Jacksonville IIARDWARHNo. : N1 W, Unlverttty Avo.S71SUI. ,
era! lloopttat in ( Dally office. .::30 am. and. I. Cherry'siGalnecYill -
t Rev, Claike Is pastor ,of \ was a Sunday over- 5:00: pm. 1 IIUNTLEYREDFEARN.! !Male and 3r6 nnalevmrd Gainesville
nIght visitor of her brother- I *'* M<.< Fashionable I
Hampton Christian Church. \. Holy Eucharist. Wednesday JR. PHONE S71-4M1
and
in-law and sister Mr
J '; Mrs. June Tuttle of Oaln- !0 am. Address For LadiesDRESSKMMEIT'OAT I PAINTS
JI Mrs. Luther Milliard.Pi i ReprenentlngrChrynler I GainesvilleCONCRETE
I esvtllv will replace. Mrs. NancyW 7:30: p. nv : :! $
'lends' of the' Lee Green
, < Harden as third and fourth Imperial I I II.'1T.1t? ITT WZAI Harper Paint Co.w. .

I : grade teacher at Hampton' Hymouth' Valiant RRODUCTB: Stock

Elementary: School. starting ftIMC.IIA .% I I ACCCMSORIKJS WALLI'APFRAR30TSONO *

., 1. ; next Monday Charles K.: W": "OWERS INSIST THAT ElK I'KOOfCTH ALL TOUH.CRUNCH 106 W. Urarerattjr.. Gainesville 1 I IIMmI.&X'D

Francis principal. said this and FreshnessMILK MOTOR COMPANY BES'r.to,1 I i I DITCH BOY PAINTS
: ARE TUB
week that, Mrs. Tuttle. was a Quality (
204 N. Main\ CalnwrllJ, MotorcycleaSeootsrsStreit's Pa.t.W s 1ItII.! ....
NOTICE "i onl education graduate I Edwards Building 10 .. W. Ttk StrootGaineevUle
from North Carolina and this Bun. Phone FR2-256I '

i will be her first teaching as- Re*. K.ytltone113310 Supply, Inc. ( Bicycle Shop

! To Residents of Clay Hill alanment' Hampton, Elementary PTA Ot>OK-DIHTDOaKlB TM S. Vain-S72-4M4 C.'hn. Vesps SeesiecsIkaceti j'PAINT *: CLASSLiddell

will meet Ionian (Thursday.' I TR.tCIUI8alParua.c. 0."'""' .... Fla. IMA-z......"

at 1:30: In the school cafeteriafor ,., M otorry' lea-8al'"a A." Service: Paint de

(In keeping with our policy of making the news election of officer. ViED CALl TUO ELECTRIC MOTORS SCtfwt'r.'t' IttCYCLES Glass Co.

available reader I All Hampton.." resident
to In all area a.. quickly and '
Poole-Gafale Motors:I i rk-mUh' A Sf W rkMIS
are reminded of the Softball KTAXIZK PAI>
TK
conveniently' HA. possible we have mad Electric Motor
arrant field. w iktng this Saturday t lit L D. tat. An. Os.v1fl.PBONR W. CahrerwTy AT.. :G-- .......... 1dI"C Deere

ntrntrt tG have i at I p. .m. l 0 finish deanna 1714343AUTOSALVACE ': Repair Co. 0a.-uJ.. 176-11& i. Teb LesSee..... _

the field. Children. and adults ,Deere It....... .\--c ..
i THE I will\ b welcome a'h.. A FULL DAY Or \INT-SVltXJS.& tNO.COICTLETK : .
: BRADFORD COUNTY Tool- ''MUSICRUJTLIESi ,. -... iiaapssr.ri" Mere-
a puUlrtf, to N followed Raturtlav CLJCCTIUC: : tI I : .... ('-........

; TELEGRAPH evening! by a .weiner FRESHERSnwiinnec Paul's Auto Salvage MOTOR ...e :orw. M.t.esin. at.Hancock .
i Gridley Music
roast furnurted by the Hampton : 8AXXS AND SCRTTO i Gais.ee flie. an-41l11
I Rf'C'.U"rd' Wa Say Wrecked Can At I .

I Mrs. Footer' Hare mad a TOP PRICES I Natrtbtoe.t Co. Inc.CENTRAL l

!t On Sale Each Thursday P. M. trip to "' 1'1phl.r.nn.' lastweekend All ...... ..***. raid N.w IAThreII Motors'FBONK lITYPEnnER.q
*suO JDACo "
la attend the funeralof Parte i I I. 1TJ-4SU npl.l. )fesde mer.I" I
j AITbe her brother \\ Valley 1030 S. MaJa. G.s.Iaesvlli.FLOOR Typewriter
Mr, and Mr Vernon Slad 1'W.. w33S. I'M "- .by .SsMwIn ,
1- -m m mmmmm, !*liar ('1a*%. Hrvry r. MU1004 '
)
children ... EXCHANGE:
and of New SmyrnaIWarh rr
BLACK CREEK GROCERY put .
I' CO'ERJtG'Central : -........
spent lad weekend herewith
G.J.eISe; 376-U IIIII deny Victor T9t2a

;. I 10( .Per Copy Mr and ties. V. J. Sleds. X.OXC. Psisi I14erIl Tail Florida Tile Or.a.ww.. A 0.- Adding UacMm*. CUrvlator.*

and Mr and Mrv Donah DAIRIES -- a Gesr oes- 8.U.IIIaIRTIC&: : UMTALS

Now you ran obtain Th. Telegraph on.. day aoontr Made. t..tk TtaMa....... &: Marble Co. 411 It. Male 8t.. Qaiviesyili.Pbesi. .
I
Mr, and" Mre. Martin Uoah- N. Mal .
I" without waiting to rt'ffh'' i it by MaIL ; 378-1251
I tJ er. who have bean laytn DAY SERVICE (\&Pn"S STLi.'v GeleesvW. D8ft'tIIC
.nn the MUton Uuarwr, \
are AT YOURFAVORITE AlL Jlll.AJCESftP.unA. : )$ arrb. Lasmesea .. TIRESTown

I / \V, are also plad to announce- that Mr*. I..a"r at now the living'Franklin 11a houie OTterns tnulrr In 1CXJC.2f.A."IaaCator ,4ew 1 ISedasuerS4)i.aiaiA
GROCER !IIMo- a. eUAz.Tesg PI.-''"
, I ,!', (Fred) Lang i I. our new Cia, Hill t'Orr.-ponclHtt Fairbanks" Automatic hA....... << ,...... Tire Co.

I f I'P. and will\ .b. tratrful, If you will nil her each week OATPLUV RAPTISTCHCVOt j Lets It.deI BtTM.rT: TUKW4Lillian's .. r oorxmtcvf
TrananruuSon. Service) Tlwes-Tchr.----IiaJspvb t
t .. IN'Ol R ,
) and five her your new Item*. I; .,... Mumic Store 1Ir-.,:"c cw-y,....
.un4ty ch.oI. I* INC. I rt.aTC: ur:. or -0....I"nDe ont: DAY
: SCRTICTCas
I Phone 2894031THANK U
II 1 YOU 'h'alftlq S." *. .. -- 0A.ale FaIONZ JT1-M77 's.II WsJ6. I't4.' 0'.uIe 374-4 III (n. c. Yb'S 36. Csea__ TeL JT..o...*. JT7-4TTJ
reinIng Wanh--, 1:30: p. ..

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