Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03620
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 6, 1964
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03620
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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I Laivtey Stays- Calm': As" Phones Ring- ', Paint Drips.. \. I IIARJOF' rMan.t -

A flurry of threatening phone calls was reported One panel of screen! on the porch had also been cut reports that Robert Scott. Lawte.v Negro councilman A fall tn Smtt's: Home by The Telegraph Weilne.iil.iy ..

in Lawtey again this week and another cross with a 20-Inch slash but apparently not with intent was to resign his position and the consequent night: revealed 'that ho hits accepted employment .t '

broke Into the new this time a black painted of entering the house.A speculation that Phillips would seek appointment In his trx.1t. us brick mason at Cocoa, and

cross on the front screen door of former Lawtey cement walk leads up to Phillips' door so to the vacancy, or be a candidate In the eventa .
Is home only on weckendii.
councilman Leslie Phillips' home. The town remains there were no footprints or other clues to the Identity special election was called.

outwardly calm however in this apparent"war of the intruders( ). Redding said. <,ott'a expected resignation did not materialise life wife said that he hud not discussed
of nerves." Phillips and members of his family reported as predicted however. He Is still a member of the mutter. with her and! she did not know his. Intention

Bradford Sheriff's Deputy Russell Redding was getting numerous anonymous calls starting last Lawtey council. .* w* to resigning/ or remaining on the council.

called to Investigate the paint Job believed to have weekend threatening his life and warning him to Phillips said Wednesday. night "They're not go- In the incunwhtlo, threatening. calls have also

been done Tuesday night sometime between 9:15: stay out of Lawtey politics. Some of the .
meswigeswere Ing to scare me.' regardless. I cell accept the job been reported l rerclvctl by A.. K:. :Massey, father ofIAWtey
the time Phillips' wife returnea home from her Job said to have been in a hoarse whisper while I Il.'slle
It appointed, and If there Is a special election. I will ioiinpllmenVnync end Spud| l Mussey, who i
as waitress at a Starke restaurant, and 11:45: the others were delivered In a "normal voice" all

time Phillips said he returned from a trip to Jacksonville male.", run regardless of how many threats, are made or have 1I'n..r"II1"l..1 with Thllllps on controversial. '

and found the cross smeared on his door Phillips believes the rails were brought on by what they do." .IftHUPSVOLU ,



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(MilnU n 4-k rrnm hut MM painted
Official County Publication Established In 1879FEB.
..n the Intuit screen dear "t nU. home .between

>IE ElGlrrY-Fl\"F I"f.\ltKF." FLOKin\ Tllt'B9UAY. ., 1081 M'Mliril TIIIKTV-T\\ 11:1.1: amt. 1111.1 TurmUy. night.' Phillip. hiss

aim rrporl.il rrrl>liig several unnnynntua

---- phone cHlU this Hk. uurnliic him to "

I I--e" .; -. ;. :; Job Policies out of l.uwtry |listiltlcc! .*. Uy

Guard Company Scott Absent

Council Sets

Redesignated Icy Council

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:\ Pay Scale Is ]cllloclc(1

Strength Upped
Stnrke'a city council in u cut gull! dried l fnahion )iVmlloclu'tl) on Almont every Ktup. four memters

Tuesday night nmunincvil and I than adopted, unanimously fIt Lnwtey'n City (Council rouMn't even agree on n mo

a new salary schedule fro city employe: anda I tion to adjourn their regular monthly mt'etlnllIon.: .
A change in designation, and expansion of the local vehicle maintenance. The new
,lay I night If Chitlrnmn )
)Dave Shu
National Guard unit to an aggregate strength of 201 company will be expanded to tlTv now set' of set en |M>llclea to KI!> nlonir with it. ford hadn't

I was announced this week by the State Adjutant Gen- include! radio, signal and rxuti :Many\ of the employee' rereivetl token raises"" but hit on the Idea, of "reresaing". tho meeting, they

eral's office in St. Augustine. Present aviation maintenance units. arota 1, I I the only HlzuMo hikes went to (Utility Department) might hats been sitting t th(>r yet.
strength is' 150 company The new aviation section will STRAWBERRIES Mend Oscar 1 DavH>> '' Street Supt. S. U. (licks. and City Agreement. was. rvMchiM 01on -
: have 53 men assigned to It ""Ii I IIIRtlnl"tincoli from the district In which h
Clerk; \
Merrill rMwardv: 1 In announcing the new .
The 622 Ordnance Ing to The Adjutant General. pay '
present strengthof .r'v".I.1 .'....llItll1lrrf..t., resldnd, t .
The new aggregate I against a pclllc in
a1 Uo I! schedule, which KIM-M Into ,effect thU. I-Vldav' Chalr
Company will become Com Henry W. McMillan. It of' inn tiill-frr telephone' server 'II"Ib..n'
201 will Include seven who lived In th
pan D (Maintenance! of a means an overall Increase of man Itchy John: stated "No more. milt. will U forth w'w'f' the fltsike anti t Key. district
fleers seven warrant officers. Market Votes To came It would cumin
i Mechanized Support Battalionin 223 In Guard strength In the i and 137? enlisted men. Group Plug comlnK for It" Indefinite, period; thin. I I..* ,,absolutely\ oton" IlvUhts exchungnVlrlUHlly I ale l Ifwtey's' present. ".'oIlP'

Florida's new Armored state. The Starke unit's Increase The unit's mission at summer the cltv'n budget und revenuecan stand. now." nothing nine. was aomptlnltrxt I "elections where the top' men

Brigade effective March 1. accounts for 51 of this encampment will be to 'North Florida' New policies adopted Inchlil- In the limir anit I : nine picked front the entire
The company here was one total. handle all field maintenance a work schedule j{ out and head of Inn Utility half merlin M routicltnrgu \.r I Ute of randUUU. .

of 12 in Florida affected by The reorganization was put I and ordnance supply for the ployees, rules / I 1)rprrtntrnl He also draws ar "' .l ovrr the election. of I Councilman Wsyne M4ssy

the Pentagon-approved reorganization .In effect by converting the I entire Florida guard. Three Members of BUrke I time!, place of .sirs. ISO |M'r month for' hi Ity attorney and other malt 'ullillld"Cl that' th. uounell_ "In.

plan designed to Ouard's separate Infantry" Officers assigned to the new Farmers Market .A dv murkpts.& The new labeling ty prsclk-rs. j duties as city gas Inspector ..rs.It. vile Thomas d iwn here and no

enhance the posture of the : Brigade at Tampa Into a I I unit will be: one major two ,, IIIoryCommlltH will also carry a miniature I city. election, Next on the list are Electrical had been forreaiil that
Florida National Guard by Increasing i I separate Armored Brlgade.of captains and four lieutenants.The show new |>rlnt- map of norMa with a. star organisation) of I Hut t, Merrill Itooa, NtrnrtBupt. the council would' di'mllmk Chairman Shu font told Masivy .

the number of high which the Strake unit will be | company commander will Ing which the group voted -, dealgnstliur tlie. location of formed Utility Illrks. and City Clerk over arUcllnit a replacement' .' that sMttliiif, Attorney.

priority units The move will I a part. Monday night to use on 8tsrke. Edwards al lilt week) for Lawuy'. Viral' Negro alum
retain captain's rank. The major I The council ., |'i; per Thomas lo' attend a meeting
ultimately result In recelvlnn The local company Is at I II will be the brigade! maintenance strawberry flats this season The committee also votedto the now salary The salaries of tfeea and his rllman, llobrrt Moot I, who holt would sod Ihe city 139.Al .

greater quantities of' the latest j I present a general ordnance" officer whose Job I From left: N. O. Hayes, adopt the same pattern. I down on paper to C"tlnu"1 nn Page 'Duval' l l"Negress snitounnml. his (1..nl10" re that mini( Msssey de..
the flat used Jut l '
I Breaker Ni'd Culrm,". year, I
military equipment accord- unit. basically concerned with will be to oversee the aho,>A :, : slant pleas from sign l Hrotl failed to show .' nisintdi thai' the council' hold
but to allow I Iproduce
Starke and Pet. Walnwrlght to
: any company
The second captain will be, I U w'jtldU' fit\\I m'n' or another the nesting &lo (lender Ms re- .n tl'ellon, for lily allurney
Lawtey, II{ It was
Commission SplitsKnight's I assistant maintenance officer: '' tncrmsraXttwt: Unattflit. however, and te- line Thomas had turvnr b*<*itr
Since atnwberries tiilpped; I the same quality and eon
Cap! Drew Reddish Is pres. iliuble : mains a member wtwai .-.ppnlnl d after, the new
ent commander of' the 822nd: : from her are said to be tM strurtlon.In I abenri' throws the council In. touncll, took altos. He argued'
'I hikes went to | [Is Killed( "
brAt quality .In the .taLe It other action the committee
; Proposed 'Rush Order'For but It !Is not known If he will Edwards: who I to complete sUlvma.e.fifoU's IIII the council would be ".onx .
was decided' they should bf decided to stay wild
command the In ,failure t 0 resign
new company tvtfftO per week gainst the .hate l If an
designated "Nortli Florid the woolen cupa for anothe
r the forthcoming' reshuffle of H thwarted plans of CownellmarWsyne attorney was not appointed.'
Strawberries" for better Idrnt. year instead of Clanging W yearly Incrww of Spouse I
assignments.! M* ay lo have furtneftVninrllmsn Chairman flhuford rplU'lICuntltiund '
Brings DeadlockA Ideation In the Northern Uit new vouri-pulp cup wards had "bias .
Reddish expressed hope yee. by the council I IA lall I'Mllli resp C & on J.) ... Two I lsr

terday that the company )I ; pilot pay hikes RpemUill.. .NVgro.. : ..
would experience" no difficultyin 1:1-// U".. Hhuford saM alias
motion with political other _
i r At Junior ClubRecreation city old Claude limo l .
recruiting to Its full Hie meeting thai. ho would" a
overtones roused the Bradford up Hkki was t keg l ..aa looked st the Itrailfoni,
I I strength He said the new sec. em.. In a iw ui election" k
County Commission to angry to 1111. IMT "week superintend'j| Citunty J jail! >.. >rd.r aft"" rttMin -
lions would offer excellent opportunity find a member to r.l>lae. $ ol ?'
discussion and a deadlockedvote : Hospital' C of C Meed Owar IvU. fur tint degree murder
for mechanics In I'|| h* r....M. but that hion
lo II2 I
Tuesday after County Attorney i I In lite 'fatal) shouting of his
varied linen and predictedthat 'III not ante." lo "I1ilUlpm'Ippgntmrnl tf
H. V. Knight requested Urir Ihst he common-la wile, Kllssbtth

. ed board to -ask Tallahas mn from surrounding Contenders For ",IY. a !par raise Lanky" 60 |
I towns In the area would bc Top falling In motion
After a.t s
see" for audit report of Bradford man John : The NriirrM. was dia<|-on
interested! In the new open- for .dluurnmenI'' t> -
officials that have not neatly mlmM>.,. .rrlul l at Ihe University of
tags as well recruits fromStarke used Ihpowff -'
yet been released. as Three.. projects survived an Jervmr Jutins, past presidentof of new ,... i Florida Medical Center after / Hhufard
of hi. $ and sniMMMirr't <
Knight/ had been gone from "elimination contest" Monday the Chsmbri of Contmtrr* then handel. the :. .bring shot In the. ,head" mire .ikMiilnn

the meeting/ room about 801 I Green la Vexeddo Capt. Reddish also expressed nlaht and are still In the running xiuratln that the Club purchase form) rmurst I with a ..22 caliber pistol. a&'- Uw' mwllrtf rrsMd
hope that plans for Ststke'tnew frti. ITA
minutes when the rerballlstlca| I a. candidntes for' Ih.JuniW' 200 test of lakefrontproperty .. crease whlrri, ne !! rordliiu .lo llr.clf"," nh.rlffa until' I p m. Monday
armory would be pushed | mil M"'fitMn'l ,,
turned ,
no good sine the motion It >
took place. I I I Woman's Club I on Crosby lAke tn I prior to the i I t tJr puly A. B: llrnwn, who ,In-
I with the utmost speed, since"w.'ri lo cl.s4kirk .
would still hang up on a (pllt'. $2.100 swat to resign j
In .letter the killing. The
Only two audit reports remain project fund. be deveiopnt s. a fxibllo swimming hU lo vmtlgsled
two-two vote. Orcrn then demanded already cramped In ourpresent I' lli. two fsftltins, of .lh to be sent. from the I nom a group of seven pr. and recreation arm.Al Kdvrsrds IUd deputy .ski I the rouple' had
quarter Much newequipment "edOl.1 l lo dow.
that rminell all he
It the "
State Auditors of flee-those I that Johns 10 had on"refuned"record Is expected to arrive wntrd at the club meeting. I IthMe Ore,.,,, representing I some department !! .been arguing and mrphens mM the mlln Momday'
dealing; with the offices of placed, << for further'' the Jsytv, caked that tM making almost $ ; oil' he enacted' led small *
soon for use of the unit lit *
.tlNt saw ,I
and : to accept the chair. more than the ,. pistol l from his suitcase. (
Sheriff P. D. Reddish and this will create! a defln. considers lion-: fuMe ba wed| tar ad qitattUihUna > Vfsswy brother, W.tn..1)4 Ii
County Judge T. A. Yawn.Commissioner Johns stated that he had r : ., Die. Pratt IWrectPUysround that his ofllr. Arcordlng1 l<> irptily Iliowilth "
Its problem In the -City HrcrtatUm Building old
spare present i'i'iil
Npurgeon pilled
Russell a salary .....'al| N-.r,, s'lmll the ahtwilIru ,
OreenJ I, not yet been asked by Prrratt armory Bradford County .lliMpttal. I i ) for tha Dimi League | .".,eI" eswnrll ftvtllb. ,.. .rt tiny\
of Brooker moved that]''I to take the chair. wUrrrupon) equipment- and nursing I Baseball. flrld.A salary paid b, & \ 1'I and<< votuntsrllv gave himself ant MMhluit. .. and Chsjnlllolt -- -
Knight's request be looted! the chairman: formally' requested ,I- Fair AssociationThe scholarships. .. Masada Oat or I)..U ls tip 14 a Florida Mifhesf

but lib motion failed to receive -1 Johns to take 0\'". ji n'| |A prMnUnv' the hmpltal'i hushed |paid 'I'alfol 'Irw/vrf Stephens aatffNi Bhufuvif t 1 l'rlnel.1 Caney

a second. With Johns sealed as chair. Bradford Fair -C1vl Meeting Room < appeal. Itr. Melds affr.>l a city, pulling: down : >.. rt his .It.'. Pw"'M' .li....re Another' q'i.ellon' had. .lawn ,'.'
County ,
Chairman Carl Prevail, whol! man. Prevail' 1 seconded Orven's, Association will meet tonlshtIThurwIsvl propod nw Chamber of choir. at either pwl41nMulpnnt \\j ... natural i.e CConUnU1'4 on ..... U| .hth.r or rw>. Chslrman 1'0111
i iI Commerce Building lo. nil' .
I hd lh
"b'iifor l pnr GiscyAiiuounccfl
1d 1w I >
spoke! favorably of the motion motion to ask the the
State AuditContinued I J .In the fair buildIng for nw hos- -
H was announrrd thai tlw.e'.rolett..tU \ .. l In ease of f a H. a'I
r t<
was asked by Green to rellnquurt on pale Twol' si t o'clock pllal ring. "furnKMfig. ID* I
sld I.a..I j
) ) be 'inrntlt .1Itl. which w""LI beret
the chair to Vice Chairman more u.d.,1'" ...b- rooms er eaMhlng! / e '
iiccurred If only
Jerome' Johns tn order Fish Management I r fundRpvrvaltnn :ware I
Ine selioUMhlp
i ruary, fevfore a final vote si _"' '''',. of the s u>,wll' M4
thai Ptrvatt might second Uw iI I the clubs March _Unc. \ intrflnr O*.lrrinlnud "ben' obit .lo sill. '0"n..* I For
motion. out thai his d .rt. Supt.
The Hospital project' $ waprwnUd ? chairman. law "... .owwlllmamb.
It said that this
mint hampered Hal
Sampson Roivell by Dr> T O Hitch was .?. that. !two atlsivngi
,, of the SMMlwal staff The *. '' having a !N11otJ) ,.. of I&. wwt .
r .4 'lftl'.1 l IN city' ct. TV m.. L. Casey. 11.11.'

,..1...... r.>|ttMit was raked "I, for Ita a
All Persona tMrvrtor. Frank O.i2ry, and i what had taken over full U*. Utr> ha. UM rtofil. M ..><.. i .......... hs. .nnounee
latermtrd In Survey OR'dApproval : the Chamber of Cbeun.tr.proposal of the UNO. nd that he had lhnugtwul Ills m..tlnifs 1. 'arton4M, for CIIUTU Mvip flileiwl '.
weed thatM ,.
.e"wet/ <
J was maje by CC see- fuel ,.,.....c; IIw li eslMnn" of I .nl ef PubIM ,Irtnlrw<.

Dixie League retary-snana Prter Kor sk fair Mrouu misfit ,...1'. foil Conan" :;:man i.inMS's .l... onIN tarn lo .... *eU Harmon p
tlm* MW M Uw" building al
I The three top pro>>)rts. weretrrtrd "* c 'vn, f "n. whin writ not be a
of a fish man< r>rnrnt forth the Pratt ....... Flayctwndn
area Camp
Baseball Program ... by rote of Ute anem- $ **4 *u>'!. "K* dad rw* ip. candidate. for r.-.l 'ioo.Ca .
HUndinr! rvnervaticn and authorization of Ut* k tn.lan Oval
a ber+hip front a fist of a*>vntvlch pear., la l tends"t .* unifies .- >.., wee third to throw
Ar Urged tjr study for Sampoon! and I towel) l..... was anneuneGame also! lnctud4tuorrf ', oars .has IU nffwva w' the ; .over) ''''1111''....... M .. chillw hi
hat In thin Bradford
To Attend td this week by the A Fr>ah Water -. \ .n t>then Fost. M .-a ml ua. ."e 3I au: 1 o pail .( ,... .nsaMk" .* pollInn. -

Fish Cin .niaskm. The act inn was taken at th. board'. r.vai.t" far t>,0 Kr.a/d a WsrcooslaUnc OIl "b riaf: ., th' Cbamb. ... t: s der. I h.. ... ..M.I.sLT Blest samlislPL'.11. d.tn oth.y amuwmr iutv.u''"t tea..tt.bltes
.f OMBUMTM "Mew.t said raI
A MettarToForw. recent meeting in Gain* viRtchard in*. MeraetlaL' of tea u...* was a awwi lee a fist. :.r ....... _fW)...." alit, tit f if are II.rolo'>t tHrrfn

A [Dili .League Brantly. 1 Inky a. "" "tUt I, n ma C'.' iw sw _C1S... free gai ... enlace U.alb n.W Net. .s t.ahl ,lorln I IAWnwhm. n/ ..rt for Mnerlff, and Invwififcwitl .

ttan and rdjcsUon vtrtcvr ...... stoat srtov outb.erfll. wed sea U t Ml }(.rtk ash .... by. rarMwagratspa. chirer! /rs.a board until, N has. Cnunlf CwtonvUslon

Comma..doa with th* mmmlsakm. aaM th* from Ut* ptepnaxf SnvUv IU oia.a prvaretnl, by tl. iiii < UM Iheclus I mj.ed. si !lesa* lluse ITW MMI.. '' er Cart Prevail.hs' .

Saaitparm-MowvU stady ahowlifb nah sssrtasxs nt area will b* Chert I dctvrefsfite a-- I I\_ I.....,.,.,. ef |aha eewsesi a- beers
> g'" iu (Jowl to fay f. C-y prtnetpttt siJICM
_pkot.4 wUhta Ut* nrt ewfnrtrol to wamns Ut* n. +hi r>p.ttwM re- .. .el'kiy: awn. tmpnashsaanlpewedlnav I
WED. FEIL )12 Sew wavks with th* gnrtbUtty trm and also the tcvnslngsrf eelstw1 s9Vtrx maUrr. KM. ) .garb rsna ads 1M ssashwKrlns s.n.<. marl his,. 1111,. tic la *. Prior In
N the pnp".d sew .
that final arUon salch b. all flaraimn. trrt. r n Uata toward a Loan CVwH FroMrtls f..... bhWai. Wi .pasS ,**'. e/. i hahe. wise pviol/prl/ l alKntiihitkU
7M 1t |1-,)'. Cbamh.c .f Ce fusser 1 tysii4ha. C; /tan Sponsors Magic Act l lIM IHesAsnttfy Hrhool
taken al UM CaM .... tUoei fO
<* a< l S a>4 61 ease, Ul* -u .1111 a 'ear ... I '14 hoard n.viiuan lot attend
At t TW CUrwe I .ttn to OilaTMlo. Marcia lak... -W. sms.* a*. ew.trifsd ssrk tn Ute bustprwtrsas ,......... snwets. .Leal'' fee lh,.. yeas. and hid teach*

-a. that .. tan e nM fistune b. t* W> *rt my if rvd-r l lands a ar.la'.f Urn Mille''' AJ2 .blt-w $4 Il-s ,... tit IMwers< r* svr>.1 l lo 1 Mistsutl In* eiperWinre Insludee severall

a..u.ra.t'fh If epprovMt r a fVh ewer Uwn Islu.* -.11 toth IWUI, u- cabals.4 far a40tSC.. I Brooke Vote Ch: n.i are srs.n.'wes' err t'at : f'. a.raw *<. II| it ....1. el..i.w.adary .. l.. abashIns. rm. al lacier Juror Ugh

asissml area, th* CSsssr.l.a eaaMraaUy aald -Y ...me sacra taws. hi -,,r*,>,, _CM:'r..tbuckets :::: Itsrisa/. mgr *.M> ItT Asaa.aITba and DriMlf0*
Space Omtributed aiana to ervrt a .low Yw t r>fMUy a.,... ..4 far lS.eo --.Y. .W.. a*..d.4 Th. r..syiw Sot Tuesday 1'ken (X lf'.JJ I,-;*, ,.'I f't ,ft>IA >MI ..... 114asril.l kd atr'. snl to.sa.hsroa.e slw/ served a* MsUlanlH prinelpal.

Weekly to Pablicfa ., .Us ls -e .b. >*.,..n Ran to ... pv._. sr Mrs. AVugW .......4t! m-rf tab bc epee. uM sash 0dv.sr ta.Y.t. w/tan. ChslvaunMJV'I.rd
taiia .w.sh Uw :
centra &he..... Irt an. < a JdEalgbl' Doe ni.i 5'- I -.-... wvf lM. ".4 aIf '. .. the eras N.JlJilhI- .. -7 r.ssM4e.a., C.uMaa. ) .*r. told err mussel U\.a'
.. srtOr gaxrUng rr. fa laksf ........ ........ Trebly, rda ... \ .hat lived In Bradford
. CMraaaaJtr EvrnU br t..tnrt. t -1 -- beset .s..aiay tau.<* araauw. ,.* part.detl J'M It K. M. Iav.4twd" ....to sesmag j .uv.4.ps Coy Altatnfj Ann Tnom. County

I ...._. Tfa.re III a pwAgDty1a IMucMg kir UM fatale yd C smsMt Ut.arrhrosSL to tM awssrtng- ..... titMMbars ,.,...... AwA.saIbsit wMJk IfeilMU aawp. are Jtteal. ""' ........ Mtneml lw1s I tstnee 'IM0. the jest h* grsxhfsi

t The CommunityState aw faof a a..4. nip Arasswy ....... In Guy ira tai gt--. 1trsl ef IU. .' irs.J f..., .*iail ftns Oftf DMilry Lot/, ,.. the 1M' f1M1It4 fdylas. ..J. from the University. .,
Jehs '
m B gas ...... ec pIt to Nr...epL.ad *. ....... Ia __ -..p r tIs layout...| WfVtate awklagf Via ,... .*.*. Ma f- I i& "l Waavaat. aurae ,..... o .Steal s it( Irs sUMUhKMl PtorUU with a 0 H. degree mdueallon.
.. m..r>oe T>- are w...... ... Wets, "' .....f114 IaA Tuftml, > H.
Bank M be ..sa ih Jhwub sa.A a b-4 tea4. f'na MtttMH lfc*> flsyyiMMgTtAWV .44 ears bN, s....../.<. sw Ike vemwig. dlairktm In* ekUtrled taM

b bleed W.. ..... laid aa- Farad. .. wsM, hae..yA r I .,.l ]/. O. Marv. sieyar far Pd a.a rva. ..*. ......,.. ......... Na.adt a.I.a4y sal ttad.e 1M ..&.B> ., stt..1 l, W.....', f>*gse .bn educationICuitfctued

Th p a** sjfrVtet saM that icaaea.rae4 .w Paae TJ relay esa ..... fnsr .
./Gwrtaw sns Nate 2// tlsswa Jade., sad Js. Marta,. UlsU a emiMcUM would run I ; en .'..e.v -r'W -.

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r Mr and Mrs. N. K. Hurstof Merry Beth Crawford Is- Starke exchanges Mr. Hall 72 Scout Week I and Billy Dean T>'n'>n

Indianapolis, Ind. were confined with mumps City Council A report was accepted from presented the pruuran

I i overnight guest last Fiiday D. S. Durmby of Panama Police Chief Bill Rosser on To Be ObservedThe I Rotary Club Wedneso
I Services
of Mrs. W. S. Blnke. i City was the overnight /guest the promotion of Patrolman '
I of the qualifications ,
!54tlt anniversary j .ng
Loral admittances to Bradford last Thursday of Mr and Mry! Set Pay (Hike Rudolph Hutcheaon to sergeant This Scouting will be observed dur- '('I rank Scoutsnu\ Ollie

I I i County Hospital this ,, R. O. Danwhy.Mr. The promotion carries a i Sunday 7-
Week tng the duties .
Scout 01
ing Boy 11.
Gladys 1 Mooty< week Include: Mrs. Rac ,I and Mrs. W. J. Dodd attended (5 per week pay raise up; .I Committee RotaI"

Phone 964.0651 :, RosenBhlne and Michael Bapo the Morocco Temple Continued( from Page One! to $80.29. Rosser said that tic'I! Henry Lester Hall 72, of 13. 1
: of Raiford Mrs Faith Turner i I (I On Sunday. Feb. 8, Cubs and sponsoring organizai, "
officer's banquet at the George officer would be promoted at Starke. died Tuesday morning -
of Lake Geneva; Demos I I Washington Hotel In Jacksonville electrical crew were set week present to fill former Lt. BUhOverstreet' In the Veterans Hospitalat parents of Pack 70 are invitedto I Troop 70.SFECI.IL.

Johnson, Mrs Hester Zoltow-' last Saturday evening ago by the council in its.first!!. position. Hutch- Lake City after an extended attend the morning servicein

Jr.Mr. and Mrs. O. J McOriff ;' Mr. and Mr. Barney McRao I ski I, Mrs Judy Lundo. Mrs Mr, and Mrs. Herbert evaluation of city wages. The I eson makes the second serge 'I Illness. the First Methodist Church. ,I' SALE: G E
spent the weekend at Day- visited Mr and Mre. Al that
liar- Ellen Stedham of Btarke, Mrs Thomas and daughter, Kathleen board announced at ant in the department. Born in Rochelle. Fla on Cuba should wear their official visions and Stereos
'na Beach. ley III at McjTltt Island! last Elizabeth:. WIIdc of Bf its nnrf' Mrs Judy Broughton time that all other depart the uniforms. gain Prices at BitllinJ
I Street Supt. S. R, Hicks received Nov. 15. 1891. he was son
Friends of Mrs. J. A. Griffin I j
Wednesday to Saturday ments would. receive pa)
Farm Clarence Holden of of Graham spent the!
; of the late I "man and LorM- A special display on Scout.1ngand ;
ill regret to learn of th.- Marvin Brown has returned I schedules at later date. I< permlflidon from th' i
Melrose; William Clark of Lu weekend at their In the a Hall. He was a veteranof .
camp I Perry its current will ap .
death of her father, F. R. to the second semester at II New Policies Set board to purchase four new j projects Sponsored
lu; Kathy Redfearn of Keystone Scrub. { j By
Coker, In Laeland! Mondny. Murray State. College, Murray, The new policies set by the fire hydrants to place on the''I World War I and a member pear during the week In Kagle'sDepartment
Mr. and Mm. O. p. Dover
;: of Bethel Baptist Church '
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Good Ky. council for employees are: median strip; on the Store. BHS BANDaoesOswxt !
Mrs. L. S. Hutto Is visiUrix of ,
nibbing :Minn[\ have been ,, Surviving are his wife Haze'HOl'nsby
man and baby, and Mrs. Leon Mr and Mrs Leo Edwards,, Mr and Mrs. Charlie ParkerIn visiting Mr. and Mrs F. F t,, Work Schedule-"Shall contort I laned portion of U S. 3011 I Hall of Starke, and On Feb. 18. Pack 70 wlP
lUralson of Augusta Oa. were and daughter of Fernandlna''II Cocoa from Friday to Tues. Flume. of eight work hour. on south. Hicks said that under ,, hold its annual Blue and OoK*
Hall of
Vernon L.
one son
'tailing Mr. and Mrs. Roland I Beach were Sunday visitors! day. I five work days totaling 40I I an agreement with' the Stat: j II Banquet in the Starke Elementary -
Savannah Oa. three brothers flllltIB.
3ondman Sunday evening i hours week except em- Road Dept, the city Is supposed School cafetorlum @
of Mr. and Mrs. David Brown-i Mrs Wanda Blagff Of < per ; [ Denver Hall. West Palm I
I In the Fire Dppt, to pour a strip of con-1 Thin traditional family dlnnsi!
Miss Evelyn Goodman was 'Inl( Btookcr and Miss Mary AlvairK ;Lawtev\ CouncilIs )ployecs Beach: Walter and Elmer ,
x siting her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Don Ba"wplI of IfRlford are patient: i whose work schedule shall beI! i crete around each hydrantand i: Hall, both of New Smyrna I I will take the place of the us- : C.acaceFlorida

Mrs. E. B. 8trtckI md, at Lad I visited Silver Springs on Sun In Doctor's: hospital 48 hours on and 48 hours oft; the stem of the present Beach; four slaters Mrs. Kurt ual pack meeting program. >I

Lake nearLecsburg over tin day, i Miss Mar. Hchmltl has. accepted Deadlocked 'and employees of the Police ones are too short lor that" Royal Fellsmere; Mrs. Delia Troop 70 Scoutmaster David j 1:I Theatr
who shall be on duty The new hydrants will br and his tlire
weekend.MUites. I Mrs. II H. Adams!! anddaughter l a position In a doctor'office Dept. Anderson Daytona Bach Montgomery
1 longer, he said and the present i i February 11. ,lj;
I' of eight hours
six work days Junior Assistant s'outmaster'i j
Jane, Elaine In Jacksonville ,
Linda Kay Bain of Strlrk-! ; I Mrs. Minnie Cherry Danla:
ones can be utilized
SfSU and Judy Andcruon' of land, I'liyllU Darby Vickt Mrs. Comer Pi rrym n of'' (Continued from Page One) :ach. to'''I where in the city. el.e-I I and Mrs. Ida Paul. Fort, Lauderdale -Jimmy Moore Bobby White.

Jaclwonvlllu sprnt the week. Struth, end Patty Iiigharti ; Jacksonville spent last Thursday I Overtime-In an effort 1 ; and four grandchil

end with Mr. and Mrs CJu/ were In Brunswick, Oft. Bur-- I i to Saturday with Judgt that "Always before we hew! I curb mounting overtime!! pal dren.
day to help celebrate Janice and Mrs E. K Prryman. i been. lucky;' to have one I Ian the council hat authorized/ ov. I T:3
I Funeral services will be held 3 Days (Only Days
Sllle.Bud Underhlll and Mr. and Vickers' birthdAY. | MINI Carol Phipp, of Miami :'I attorney I nobody" wanted t prtlme hours only In emer ; Casey Seeks 'it 2 p m. Sunclai In Jone //1

Mrs. William Fitch of Fort COMPLETE; : 1'OI.AIiniD( KIT i 'Is spending Thursday and Frl- I bother with It. But MJKBPJ gencies. Each departmenthead Memorial Chapel with Rev I ONLY ONLY
J6B Cumi-rn, 'j| riRV with her pnrents. Chap said he knew one who woul< must I.ISUB weekly reports '
Meade, and Mr. and Mm. Wll Carrying' i Donald Willis and R-v Lac-
'am Carter and family 'of Case? 2 roll fll-n, 12 fl.vsU|i plain and Mrs O L, Plilpps.. I take the job and suggested to the Utility Dept "ex- Supt. Post t Conway officiating. Burial will .

Winter Haven were Sunday bulb. Wan 1130 Now, :{II Sheriff and Mrs. P. D Reddish the firm of Yawn and Shaw plalnlnK and !justifying" overtime i be in Hope Cemetery. Theresfn. -

''ruenb of Mrs. W. O. Mundy f81.05. At& O"lI1n/tto/l"/ 1 and Mr. and Mrs. Dolph of Starker hour Overtime pa) under direction of DeWitt .
I The th liman will henceforth be the sanv 'Continued from Page) Onel! VAN H. PRIEST CO.BIG
and Mrs. J. B. Sapp.; Dr A. J. Barry and Dr, It 1 Reddish are attending theSheriffs rcnllel tlin 'i I C. Jones Funeral Home.
It. Adams convention at "since Thomas i I" repriwnta' \per hour as the employees .
attended the banquet
Medi- I Active pallbearers will br
Mrs. Etta Hoover linn hart<1 In 1053.: He hold 'a Rank IT :
cal Seminar In Gainesville las' the, Oeorift W ", hln'ttOllIotcl live I Ito the Florida! Legt.ilatuiel regular hourly pay Gene Oriffla, Eddie Jacksoni
J state certificate !In, ,elementary
in Mrs. E. Chace I
Thursday to Saturday thin evening, Thursday. J It would be beneficial U Place of Residence Ko per. i Cecil leach., Maurice Lee
and Mrs. Dudley Cole of OcaU I I shall be employed by UK and secondary school administration ,
John Adam, Mrs. Jan Cos- Mr. and Mrs' C. A, Sanborn keep him. 'ton Floyd Stewart and E. Z. Lee I
last Thursday, and Mrs. Jillabelle reside with- and supervision
does not
Cello and William E. Sllcox of Lake Worth will bo week- Discussion ended abrupt!: sty who Prior (to attending the University "
<: Bence Mrs Nltu 'i'
.. '
I the. town limits. At preaen'
Jr. were on the dean's Hit rnd guests of their Wayne it 4 0
ot daughter us Massey moved tha. dY
Downing, and Mm. Il lnKuHhler bout half of the employee he served }three years lr I Mr. Roberts I
Of Jacksonville I on "Lake' City Junior College andviiesfc i nnd family Mr and Mrs. liar. an attorney be elected to represent Ive outside city limits. 'hff Air ForceIp I Europe durIng 4"I"
Unimfr Rehool during ,,1'1 Mooty. the city. His brother World War II.
'Sunday. the full semester Mrs. Co Mrs. SpuiKPon, seconded the Safety-Anyone guilty ol Services Held ;
i M. W. Lamp visitIng I mo s". ,
was rule, Casey /Is mnrrlod! to the firmer -
Mr. and Mrs. :-r. A. Lawson willfully violating safety I
tello made all "A'a"Ma' Sheriff and Mrs. B. Ri lion/ but It wa killed wherShuford I
vUltod! Mr. and Mrs Cliarlc shall be penalized: according! tr Barbara Moore of Lawtey Ii ?
mid Mrs. rt. L., Whlddon i Quinn and family In Inverness I and Reddish volcec Tuesday ?,
Lawson and Mr and Mr.. Bill of Tirtnn On." spent Wednesday from Wednesday to Thursday firm nay. oollcles set forth by the coun and they have two children w?

Morar In 'fa lIa has8e lust; to Friday with Mr. 11. Kathy, 7, and Lee{, 4.
Sunday. and I' Mrs. Irene Johns of Omen I Councilman Wayne Maw!; Muncipol! Elections" N< Lester R Iob? rts. fi7 Union .I)._., jrJ7
He (is Elder In the
Mis. J. a. Holton and Mr. and demanded an Firstrpiibvtertart
Cove! Springs waa" overnight<< I several times site --mployee shall be allowed t County farmer and cattleman
Mm. E T. Prevatt BUrk I
c pf Mrs Eaton Jordan.Mr. I that to Church, an Adult
guest Tuesday of Mr. and Mis ace charter, apparently died Sunday morning In a
I In, actively support o r
find daughter Mr'*. Luther and Mis. Raymond L. D. Oreen. I to prove to his feUow! ngage act do Sunday School teacher member lake.. Butler hospital after a H *
Lennon of Jacksonville, attended Htcfanclll' have moved to 6'.52 :!I Mr and i board members that a city attorney ccmmlt any of the Clvltan Club and brief. Illness. &g,3$ zii
Mil. L. C. Smith to Influence the resultof
the graduation of Edwin signed fe jiA SS
NE First St., Gainesville. In I % director of the 8tarke-Brad !
''and daughter and Mrs. On. supposed to be elected office In th A native of Bradford Count -
Prevatt from LSU, Baton Mr. and Mrs Lamar Charof any elective: ord County Chamber of Com- v c i SP&itfA t
1 1 Mae) Graves of Daytona Beach annually. Chairman Shu- of the Clt t i Mr Roberts had lived In
municipal :
Rouge, La. on Jan. 28.
MI'and Jacksonville Beach anti. I ford replied that the charter merce. 1 the! take, Butler area mOAt of
Mrs. Edwin Prevail Mr and Mrs. lllulr Phai'e" ?f starke Violation of thlr)
havemoved Mrs. Ovid Bennett of Jack. ft Jacksonville says nothing about what tlm Immediate Morgan Retires Vita' life. He was a veteran of
guests result In dls
were shall
to Orlando .
where IV'la onvlllo end famlllei were I I I I during the of their of the year to elect the at. Confirming rumors! thai had World W.r I and a membrof '
weekend missal of the guilty employee.
employed. by The MartinCo. Sunday visitors of Mrs F. J. 'I mother Mrs. Henry O'Hara. lorney. When Massey kept demandlng Job Order*-The counc' ..wen prevalent for several the Old Providence Baptls'Church. A lr }

Shaw :, YVIIITK: tI.E-(1. K.: Appllanrrui -(I to see the chatter th ordered that all requests for nonths. Supt. Morgan an- : He had worked for
n..trl.&orllVllllhrA& ,j clerk was Instructed to shoo utility services be controlled wunrrd this week that he the Jacksonville' Fire Depart
I> It to him Immediately, and! 1 ment for 12 years, and retired 11x14 1 1 PORTRAIT
Announcing The the Utility Department retiring
Openingor Dryer Peep Praters, DlxhWHNhrn. through vas :; after 31 years !in
) Chairman Shuford told him 'from that job because of 11'
Buy nor! Prlcnutrrntly which shall prepareJob ,he Bradford County schoo:
reduced rt Fliilllnc "Before you look son twcattorneys older and place It in th lystern H; i Is completing his 1 health He! then started farmIng -

ton'.. have examined It 'I hands of the proper depart fourth term a, Superlntend- and cattle raising.

Mrs J. and the chairman certainlyhas ment. 'nt longer than of his I He wa the brother ot Mr -j
O. Jackson Mrs.Owrn any only/( $100 regS 8.00
the right to vote I Clerk Edwards objected sredecesaors.: I I Wesley Andrews of Starke.
Alvarez Jr., Mrs. Wallace -, "I know that. Massey sale : strenuously to th, policy 01 I Mrs. Jessie Chastaln of Hsmp-
A native of
Orlgg and Mrs. Earl Hampton Moran -
UTVBBKERV I but proceeded to delve into Job orders because he cay son nd Mm, Llnnlw Dobbs. or
Cook visited Mr, and Mrs. J. had
the charter Just graduated: from Lawtey: and the father of Mr*.
that imlut!
a. Stalnaker !in I many penons o: '
Lexington BUS at the of 19 )
Ac thai point Councilman age when he Imonene Bryan of Keystone I Plu151HuU111JWrapp1nlCIU11
him matters .
railing concerning
"', Park, Md Sunday to Thurs I Reddish moved to reappolni. was!! offered a teaching; job at I I Height |D Photogropher Will B. At
y and qiyt!' ,'iN.( .Ai Q,fleeter- I.
day of taut week They also )I I Arch Thomas Jr. as city attorney official of the ,city I am obligated 'he New River School. He ser-I Funeral services were held
visited/ Washington. D. C. and I: but the motion died ed there as principal; and i
them nt 2 p. m. Tuesday in the First
ta serve Chairman
Arlington Cemetery 1 I I for lack of a second. Wayne: Johns pounded the tabl' 1 'ntcr In the same capacity at Christian Church Lake Butler VAN H. PRIEST CO.

Mrs P. D. Fanchcr" has returned Massey then moved to appointthe I I 'he Ilellbronn School and the ', with Rev. Raymond Robert ,
with her gavel to quiet th I'I'I
from three weeks vl"l firm of I Jrooker School. lie was first I9neted I
lt Yawn and Shaw clerk then told him to refe- and Rev K. O. McElroy MON. TUES. WED. FEB.
with Mr. and Mr. W. E. Fanchrr 'I his brother save I h.; second,, his request to the Utility Department Su port n Undent In flclatlnir. of-I 10,11,12
In Birmingham Ala I I but the motion killed 948.
was by
Mr, and MIl George Powe-1I1 j i another 3-3 deadlock ;I OmanUatlon: In the-The future.council' AsIde from three year tn'' I 10 _\. M. To 1 I I'. M. 2 l I'. >l. To 5 I P. M..NO .

S. Walnut-Actons, From ( Ibli n have returned to their homt.. I. "You don't elect. anyone presented a chart showing. th, the U. S. Army during World 1 l' THE Rinirr POINT r** the : AJK LIMIT

In Newton, N C. after ten'.. '' with two members, Chairman Utilities Department directlyunder War If. hr spent all of his way yon writ. Com In and I.Imit-Oneo Per !Subject' -Two I'er "aml1) at $1.00
daya visit with Mr. J, 11. Shuford sold then "I* there business life In the Bradford .
the board Itself and select your farorlt ESTER Each Additional Subject $:.1.<.):'V-(Jroup
Complete Line of Baked Goods Field Mrs. Firkin also had any tonlKhtT"business we can agree on, controlling the natural gas' school mediate system. lie has no Un- BROOK FouaUla Pea TCLE- Pictures $1.00 .Per (Head

a* Sunday guenli Mr and Mrs i electrical, street water, plans after retire
Robert Tanner of Baldwin I "It's not mr fault," Warn age. garbage, and lIewer-I' ment. .t/RAPB.

Pies Doughnuts Fresh Daily Among thus attending 11.' Maaney replied "I'm trying tc piutm-nLs. In announcing his decision.'

NORAD Cavalcade. of Music, do what I think I I. rlaht and In other action at the meeting Marian expreued appreciation

at the U of F. auditorium I'm sure Councilman Reddish : to the rltlni of Bradford S LAD E' S

Sunday afternoon were 11 U too" Conflict between the clerk County for their support FAMOUS ENTERPRISE31iin

SpecializingIn members of the Prmt)terUn The! chairman then announced and council over Recreation through the years.Sampson. .

Youth that if no other biulnr lioaid its withholding
Fellowship arcompun* I reporting own
Birthday Cakes .s was" foithcomlnit h-' ''
led by Mr. and Mis. DnvldMontiinmery. and social iccurltr',

Mrs. Robert i would entertain a motion &to'I taxe slated up for the third 'S, Rowel)

Order Today Pick Up Tomorrow Autry, Mrs. Larry Hardln. Mr adjourn. Reddish complied .iraKht minting. Chairman I .
but his motion' died without t Range
and Mrs. Henry been and I Johns had to ran for order:

Mrs. Robi-il Putrrson; Mr a second seveiai times In the heated Are Surveyed

John Toroda and children; Ta "No second it looks like .along discussion between the clerk
U Matthews< and daughters night Chairman Shu- and Recieatlon Director

Mi*. John Miller and BeUy, ford commented. II. thru akrd > Frank Ovuley.
G. W. Bats, Gainesville Owner and JAckt hues Clerk Ethel: Reddbih if thecliAlntiitn I "Frank you've refused t and: Perrh Pond

had the right to speak to me two time thb *
Plan far Ibis Automatic Clock Con
lh. 'II area Inehid
recess meeting When ahreplied "
__ week Edward told the
I several miles of new fenr '
yea, Shuford ..nnllWr. \- director but Mr*. Johns cut
: boat In frolu'omatlcall' ?
.d a recess until Frt>. 17 and ramps MagnolU and
I him off with her Iarel. null
..AM: walked from the mevtlnti\ ed down the crisis seems to beI :i Lowrr. and Improvement oraccess 1 Turns Itwlf On And

SAVE s': 50 % MOUKBadcock's : nom ending lit* fruitless I 1 merely. a matter of sesame the roada. There is a usable l. ] lrj j r s
1dcockJ dirt }
IC'Nlnn, withholding and social security ; prevent ramp Blue Pond at' dw Cut Off When The

Mayor Charles It. Shuford, dfduf'lk.n rrpnrt, to tie
who had remained' quirt clerk's office on Um fur UM The Blandln are tho.i'i:" Meal I"I Iteady.

; throughout the me'tln.. commented monthly reports' Tn city cannot b* ready to open for r""n8"

F wryly that the m*.ti hare two tax numbers ,, 'In two or three month Brant. a ca"M Oven Door

Niij i I' &uu had accomplished ".x.cl. and all reports mud originate' 17 saM.Negres.

ly ttothlnc.' I from the rl.rk's office. large Storage space

After listening" to a r.;pc<'- KilledContinued r

sentattv front the National I I ( : from r.... Gnat T .-: DcLuxe[ ILjrk.ffu.ird
Audit' Request Cash Re.14I11'f't Comp.UIhOt>

LOW DOWNPAYMENIW y rrunril decided to repair IU the shooting occurred! beeauw
Only With <;5a* Can
; ll-Trr-& aircountin machine > ri< was afraid her family

Ties Up Board at a f'OIIIt of 171. lrulea-1 would, gel to him before the I four True l'ooI.inacbll

W. FinanceOur of purchasing s new and tort Uw,
OwnAccount er: on far approxunaury 14.SoO. .- Drown said Stephen* ,... ity Re Realised..llinf
It'unUnlMtNni Page Deal l Councilman one Wlagtntid .
hira elf ,
up when h* asw thtnx I
.a .. he rv*1104 the city probably >per's car patroUlu th'area. t [Hut' CAS: (;iy_ You The

tor's office to hurry and send needed the new mad l'>l He .U now In th* County $ -... ".Million Selling" AdjuHlmcnU -

th. lacking rrporte, J hJU ajvi but that money Nd not brviii Jail with no bind rt ... -
No 'UM- r C.rnIIWalWIPf George Ktfbrtlstlh buda..cI for the Item H* re- The shaotiM occumrd ("100.. -- Of Th MIKACLE

REfRrGIR.\T;:; A" toted against U\e psoposeL telred' support far hu anu- < Ut noon yesterday, Drown' -
No Bother 8T ILTWASHERS I I uurSUAtANTIlO Prevsl U and Orrrn. yoUng Brent from CouncllnMn Carl la14. SpredviU" < ta a XttrfetUmnt III.t'E FLAMK:

Iced for It. CvatmUMkMMr Jessie t tClMttaitn Hurst and Chairman J hne. 01&h.* .xt.. of
council potnl4 Bradford
was absent due to bte.i
RANGES death In 11ft faauljr Hunt to check Into a N"Ct-t" frrn.net Kflart Heights 'e

Roberta went on rrrord asbang u KJK ITtnctpalThanuxin Jd4: and .near **nt. Ft Lake.

AN TELEVISIONACCOUNT <>.4ktnst Lh. protxM*! br- that a sidewalk btcmWna.d ........-
.. Brooker .
cause Ut* County Attorneybad on Pin 8lrt Election

TODAY: titan' rw r* *on for r.. UM eodena cnukl .... .
aU'IN.h Hens I* M'tw.JI withut rconUntt4... from P.t. 11] There' No
SAVE UP TO 500/0/ queatuu that UM re poiU M .95
"ft' back .a stsat as puesibl.Jutuu '- ,> d&itrr of bein bit by Mr-. 1911 ....."-'*. t..,. *'-II, Match With
Mt4 car The board uaaaiaJ and \1ttuf' ONLY 249
i' the SUM Awtitpr ---. MunruLO
mplttly Aet ndd ."." In 0" *> offtc< worked a* test aa atr*....l the* .k> a ..f.-wIW rwwJ * Own" rteni Sot".di.,. .. To* the *ldrwak! Mel Hunt
0., ... .... It couM in rvparttno! on *otnpiri upcoming **c* iri.** .% lMTnP.tt
sad t It wUl baoprUn > a t .rpe1'M.e
.' audits.. OJtd hrw .
that Mw Oawnrtt or* O R O"
: slur.. > ttors wets 4i $50 For Your Old Range
FURNITURE taws .o .aU4onU* UkfMdivx K U Cir-. awl :M tx Marrvt:
GIBBS *, TtvyU rum in
h* ded&red.'t.t1 Itw wait: I tMvaut A! 1M naxot tmo are eMrta. flay wbnrq/tar.nsl Come in and see our line of Modern Gas Ranges

'J US 8. Walnut. .St.. .-tUci) .Park Theatre' ltldx.I Uk. cars ., our btulnM ro.ewru irra "ue* r tiOrtr Twry MrDavVt, and 3 R
lwaNd. cf Uve !,.,.. foal
.. .
and M" UM *t & Audt-
lofs .tf c. Uk ./ IU Dwlr.aas ptoprrd sal.r.R: _t. la.... kith arc seq -.c pe.t.etM'a TIlr.IIOl"; J: OF

... .. TIM bard iwd o SI
w .tta-- d
f1: JI Stalb..u4'.... (Ztambar ., )I : r.c .L pewee ,1p1e,- 0. uralrtY a eIiS STARKE

Cat* f..M fR .. fist. 0-. e .nw.ieri. res..W.eai. C.J'.na' 'a1', ...- eery as.ti.4 _'Sit .:Nnn;

.4... N. Kl>*s.t* AI'' W..l JUIC .. ..a.-pr.vw 51' ,k'bor u. ft "ae.v fc? w. .I

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. ... .L" .' I' I \ I ---- I, .,",. 0 "IfuI
, "r Woman's School Board \11111.I III .'";II'1.' |.l.I lrf.1 ,II.I., .0 ,1r ,
t2kla( ; \I fiit! (U II"> ml t.l\ "; pin ,. ,.
I II' r f' [nhllltnnI' >
'" \ ,0 111.,1" : 1
f.r- To See Slides Of .I '' Ir .. III, ill !' I I I. I 1.I.lJ.h", I, I
ft I'' I II: I I 1. -.h I I' I I |
9t !r f!: JII' flit '::1 .d ,, .."... \ !o'1"i i '-I i unit.t .inn furil.l i n !..n.' .ilk. hkV. in"For "
: In Rrnei" il the Si t.IIo' Amli
TourThe ,
European t :r 'nn.,1.11" "f Kx.'i; in'Inn
"" ... \Will Employ I tic, Kxu' the Si'luiul, Bom'd a '" al I
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..... good bill of health and HUM !. r'n..n lUll"I il our or Htnullt .
.t nf tlrixiri.nl "un.
Starke Woman's Club ... that good business. practices, Oniy) I
: 1 i pill HU lilt In II I IlllllI '
, G13d Mooty: will meet Wednesday aftei, Central Buyer were generally.. folluwtnl and rr I J K IIIIIHiiKt.m. : .
Kli'll,, Hlllltlo, M l>inI .\ Few :
' Phone: 9GJ-0631 noon. Feb. 12. at 3:30: p m. In Ie that budget were wull III'\-| I k.'. 1'1..1.1. mill n LTV.,

-- the club house with the edu / 1 I pared. and carefully followed\ > ,, \ I K: Miinxoir" il h''p. (.J
j ,
I 4 i i, *I'' .\.h ".t,.''nlf 'ff rvii, Cents
Il ration d.pRrtment.Irs.:: E L Tin BLu",1. School heM I IPer
County Alan expenrttturea' were .
> Junior Club Hears Senior Citizens' i i "'mi ?r rail!> in I".th.i in \
Matthews, chairman in chargeof Bond: n-iicil, a n..w''O..IUon within available resources and ; '1 i HI 1 ,f.' ,ilU'iilnnMiv flay"X11'1.
I > u.., .il I and.. I |I",\'.' In eel\ "
Spokesmen For White Elephant the program Mi: iilawlun it voted. un.inlmi ', financial' records were well |1'-'''',?'v'n' 1 hv fi.llott llll,( d.dd ..

Varied Projects S. U Peek Jr. will show col- r ,i-i\ to :M.nia Cll\tr.,11'ur.! ) I kept the report null) One ? l t r. r.i"ii.it |p.>.lopori\ I I' Your (Home Can Have"COMPLETE"

!'oII. Sale EnjoyedFortyone ored slides of his l Kuropean: naiinu. Agent I for ItrnUford's: other, crltlrlnm. was leveled n.r \\ turn"t ,1 I,". 'III-, (Ml.uk( I.Illlllllh rlr! .<

Th trip lust summer, which included 8r hootsiih ,,tnnt tho board l ci>ncornlngtranapurlHtlon ,\ klivM I front'. 'upliro t ( t iliii tti'''lft l\'
Woman's Clu1- members ant hinh, h,' < ri.vlilr ,tnan'10,
12 countries dining \ ,
a\nllabe? costa. .
.; was! the scene Monday night I I guests enjoyed* the January 26 iloragvpa 'r' tells IKIV of. .t,tn 1 li-ttitH
of I Iy program. 1 <1 ,"' I iu office *|Vice, andrrltlcinm The wilJ that. thealllollnt .\. tll, 1"1"1'1\ "' til, nti,".v< Pest Control Service
/ a lively discussion wherein
meeting of the Senior Citizen' ,,, .
Hostesses for the afternoonwill 1 'n''1''' ".1 I ,riiilniil nml 1 I 'thtit .u
y u-presentatlves of seven local Club in the Starke Woman's from tho State Auilltor -I spent on lmn|C1rta- M.in.hlv. I III,' lillli \It\ of. r'"liilin Ono mil u.s. It .nil. Your
I be Mrs J. A. Griffin \ fin nut having a centralpurt'hasang txcttcdctl the rffcctlv* > ', I 'mi HI, !I\\.J.! .'A'', I I 'k II..n"II
groups presented: requests for Flen'ian'' tlon .
riuH when aVhl'" chairman Mrs. Charles Darby "Male\ iln t'' ''II, ii" (l'ii, inn.. nf home Inipi-ited .and t treated
a fund of approximatel.- 2. auction aale was the featured svmcin. Uoard rntlo of trnniiportaUon contn 'Inlirmlfiinl' I'nimi.. '* I'miri regularly for Insects and! r<>-
:\r r.. K O Olln"n.1': a Edwin Merit" 1 Hall iUI.V.d II thw, ..
600 which the club hn!a on Koilney < rblUI deemed mlvlnabl by' MmHI =South K: | nIIlint
attt action. N FeI per ,
I ( ilrnt. I'liu'e control
, Williams. Mrs T. B. Hard- I \ > i*. tIM trr r 1r n l I. niulwll jour pent (
hand and will contribute to .. helter start wndmgnow KihiCHtlon'!
of .
The n>"rtlh"* n > AI eeplv' 4 the State hoard .l.i Mitli. I..I.I.T' r..iunh, problem" In the humls of
some worthwhile community '! grieved by the death of one \Injr. Mrs C. H. =Nasworthy .end,.worry about swimming laIM and that the trnnnportallon. III, hoodln' .ll?.,.. .ill", I IlllllI.ISTKN .
I Mrs D. P Hardy, Mrs( C A (t. oniwteiit.| e .perleneiMl mennhi
a ,I project. i| of its membeis. Joseph Murel111. pn>nvnnwna' subject to review -
I know their job
Knight. Mrs. W. B Munilv ">
After the I who had been active l'nunty School Siipl. II P bv the Suite I
. hearing appealsthe very
, :: :Mrs.: G. J. "McCrlff Sr.. Mrs :Mai'Kanvill: \ begin the search :: E.: \('IIti'NI.I1'
club selected three pro i in th rhlh for fHo past! l Yearaiding Other n..lr.1.lInn
Arlin :McKnight.: Mrs. Arthur for n who he : ( 1'4tO' :: () .\.)1.WI'X" rlcr3daPc
much In the nodal en- main must H to
will accept
jects by vote which be Thu Uounl voted t not
.. .
({'RRe. :Mrs.. Jesse New om : 1190 I )
shipping and clerk -
given further consideration I tcrtalnn'ent of the members receiving Ili-niKonl<1 IIll1th! School:
:\Mrs Maurice\ \Vlngate. Jiro..W tControl
with a final decision made at i 1' **..
the March meeting.Rev. on Jan. 23. Mrs. Murelll H. Nollman and m imitit also hove ,an resignation until after the "TheSereljjn:\
and Mrs. S.
returned to Detroit their former Perrvman tall" of the irIS war prices In Cn-
W. A. Hogan of the upvontlnir" election! la ovr. r .
Peek Jr.Linda
First Baptist Church gave th- : home, where IntermentWrvlct" I order" to write specification r"l.nlll.r"Il. soy iibmltttMl riU rcalxiixtlonIn With Pastor W. It. &; (niiaiu-.vi.: co.
I .
opening devotional and the / were held. An expression order. to run for Count;

local! Girl Scouts and their of aym;>athy wa HutchesonIs II :Sterling Mixire, plclunil with hit. wife& wan, nlllor of The J I The Itot\r.1 I altri'.1 l that' the School Superintendent' ( Uohh)) ('rentsFrom Phone !96> 13DC3Starke. :)' :

leader, Mrs. Pat Cauffman voted by the club members Inn Telegraph. In the. INXrt'n when MNIMI of the antique* on ,display I person hired would& """y hi. M.lrlllu"I'lnll'n.l..nt, for I I'll.

presented the Club with a Mass that was held by ComplimentedAt I thin. weekend were Mill In u...e. Thn telegraph our founded In own suUry"" due to the money. 14 yearn la. retiring from offtrn I rand Un )Id... :Mich. _
Father Kelley for Mr Mure lit he could snve the County by
new flag and explained the ShowerMiss I &1879 by hU father.V.! \\. MiMire. and fachulles. of f an ( thla year
On Monday Jan. 27. Mrs puirha.ilnjj supplies in large,
ritual) of burning and burial
lH. ..ue. of, thttt. year mill\ be on display l a( the \nll'lul'| Show| The !hoard thought It would
of an old American flag. Elva Scott social chairman Linda Hutchenon.brideelect luts. Th new a nt,1<1 ,
be 'Wire "to change prtitelpi -
of the club. suffered a heRr I of Feb. 14. waa the alit. keep track of purchase not Health Facts
The Finance Committee and
: reported r. In nitdatream.'
attack and is a patient In the for a delightful order. and. bids
that luncheon and Inspiration Show Will Feature E-)
a Antique figured Casey! enuM! .>olltli'
card party was being planned ';i Bradford County Hospital | bridal shower given Thursday I The School 1 Iliuird 1 received after Mchool hour I KVKIIYONK: : .: 8HOUI.D( KNOW!

Word ha* Just been received evening' Jan. :27! at the home some criticism for not taking .
for the community. The Conservation of the. Illness! of 1t re. Lucy Lee of Mrs. Bert ilcMaliu 01S Many Items Out Of The PastThe hid on purchase,* over $1tM: They. vote to require I"hcu\l lm .... Kendrick nlth1.: 1) writing In the
Chairman. Mrs. L
J Kite reported that the aer.. Herlong.Mrs. Monroe Street. Hostesses! wereMrs which I U, a Slate law. and will *< .hanlra\ to aubmlt, n|ttumthIv ilnneon ';:"Nuts'. :New York! Medical Journal reported the
recant of JH >K
: grease
of pine trees that the club Jerrle Stanford serve McMalna Mrs. Gladys Bradford County fnlr, \VHpapem, a buggy from the ,let the bid for the .pttlroleumInvolve. ( following cnne", !

planted last year would haveto tary-elect has resigned this Hariington. Mrs. A. Russell buildings! on U.S. 301 North horse and buggy: duvs' cnrpenter's .t i"..,'". nchool' could riu.ea bo let mi' fur that hug aacheiliile "The. moHt" .1''r. fnx of kidney pain

be replanted A date for the! ': office and Mrs. Rose Halsall Norman Mrs. J. C. Oreen will btt the netting for the nee. tool dntlng bark 100Yi'li ""'. wanted to tnko advan- maintenanceThov. tS'whlrh it ha* been the fortune of this

1 offered to !serve as secretary C. Paiham. and Mrs oml annual Antique Show ", a baby cradle over 15O\ I of the
replanting will be set as soon has Mrs. A. tare Kltr11'/ price' In ulh.I..1. ,l Morion.. ti" writer to see one attended! hy a down

as the- around dries off sufficiently for the present.An Freeman Johns. sponsored by the BradfordHigh years' old. a lAth century order to nave money naval, ,,all for Wila' '"i library equip tie. nnlrngnr members of the alert of a went HtmtonhitHpital. "

Executive Board meetingwas The refreshment' table was School IT A. Friday toIondny. harpsichord an ox yoke one of County .nuked. the legislature SoiitlnliliKlementary '' where nursery wan tie! unnnl-
Tuesday a' covered with white linen :\ "'..b. 7-10. from the first typewriter. old l .. "nient for Mm new :
Tin lit'Shop workers for this held at :2 I p. m. a to pus it sperliil I not t for them .: library uml uppolllloit mnur l\lce after hl1u..tlnll nil other regular! prorecdurea -
the home of Mr. and Mri cloth and centered with 10 a. m. to 9 P.nl.The money, hand made ilniplenftable In order In" ,! ., ihle to huy g"*
month are: Feb. 1. Martha : II .K: Kelly to fill Ihrvaonnt was riired In.tAn" Ity spinal adjustment' of f
silver bowl I holding mixed received. from : old kitchen utensils\ "
In Keystone .
Arthur Lorkwood money gun when n war/ broke out Hull I. "
Mlnx'Feb.: 8, Pauline Tanner: of bun .driverirrrtte the !Mh ilnrxjil \rrtnbni which was out of position.
Heights to complete plans fora Moweis This was flanked by the mull gate admission and collection, big dinner bell' use. ( i nlil. ponltlon
Feb 15. Mary Agnes Ferguson-' Mm. JmtneltelH.tkrr I Spinal ml just ntentn often And
l when ( re-
Feb 23 Betty Lou Shaw and Valentine!' party in theWoman's single' silver candle holder, from the sole" of cakes, cook*. In I the slavery days old courthouse The "culler" purchase over prevent nursery

Feb. 29 Allda Orady. ; Club on Tuesday with white tapers A punch and candy will be used.. to buy record and picture, justto $::101n'l'ntlun..1' l in new r- I' reawrnxtl.\ I atone health after every thing else halt tailed

The president Mrs Randil: Feb. 11. at 7'30 p. m. bowl was placed at one end of books. for the school library mention a few of the Item lense. from Tallahassee, were They granted librarian at Mr I HmithnuU(ll ,ilThornan. \.i| In Slarko' the ChImpendIc. llnillh Center lix-uted at

meeting' nights the table and a sliver coffee I The U Invited I to exhibit being shown .
public movie that
Chitty, announced that Junior The regular 1 actually equipment Klwmenturv.. niMternltv l leave. ofabaenre l 12 n N. Walnut StreetInsurnnce
other end :
are the second and fouit'.iTuesdays : service at the! Item which have Inter- ;> :\Irs. W F.' Howling, chairman wan bought from an Internal
Dtv for this district will beheld I
the : that | CIICH
on Feb. SO:!() in Lake City. of each month. All The hostesses presented I Ihonorf'e eat historic antique or xMI-" of the show. said hut" srluxil. budget, Morgan| wild MorRnn reported" duel I Accepted
of her minus N.ia< driver
Anyone Interested in attending persons SO years of age or over with a piece I lies at no charge Anyone with public response, ha. been gratifying I 'Thi person who boitht| the he was u
chosen china pattern as a memento to the Htale not nciepllng. the
mny contact her for reservations are invited to attend the Items to be exhibited may and predicted that the equipment' took Him bids amt..1I I Id'lvl'r '
of the occasion. I I b ." at f illiteracyTh I II
I "e'&u
and to
meeting and parties bring them to the Fair building how would bring together the purchased the JIII"tIIt'nt) In
invited ., il.... .1..1. | ti wait
of the club Eighty-five guests! were ftrrnam' I 1 IMN .I > /
become members on Thursday. a collection the future. I have naked thai
(greatest of antiquesever I
Prospective members a th9| to attend I between the I until everything was. coinpleled STAINLESSSTEEL
where around-the-rlix-k (guard i all hilt t h. went to us ti> save
""ereMis.. Charles j jBlalock assemble! here.In .
mating hours 7:30: () to 9 p. m. "I at (the uithiii1e| Ktenien1tarv : .
Mrs.\ Ellen Curtills.a Recent Births will\ be on dUly throughout the another niivup", "' Ilk. thin tin*. tY.
addition to Items shown : addition. ht'fnre' Innpeetlnghe .
I ,
i four days. I..rlC"n/. aM, I
d Mrs.\ Miller
Ann >II II II p pi rS41e1
BPW Members Individual several! dealer.will .I ( building
Bradford County Hoipltal dt- by the Ht.l.I SI51511ss
Hoctessen< for the eveningwere \ Rome of the Item being The UVUIt that I I

Mrs. Oome Roberts, announces the following Attend DistrictEight I played are antique tllnhei. have article on display, for I Auditor' office crltlclamt\ the

chairman ..of Community af births: i I II crockery, silver picture, old sale. I Hi'hool, llnanl for not Inventing I

fairers.: J.-" E. enmark.. Mr' and Mrs James C. Hlg- member of the has alrta.ly been spent inthai i :Norir' ,:

Mrs Pete MiIli!, Miss. 'F.lalne glnbotham. LatHey. a daughter Starke Club attended a meeting I taken rare of that" i i ,
lint b for
I Gibson NamedTo r will regrmsihte| 00K WARE
Colson. and ate Maurice Edwards Angla Lee Jan. 30. Sunday of DistrIct Three I 1 II Mir i in .al//.1 l The audit was any debts, mail>U br anyone

Jr The, tea table earned I 'Mr and Mrs, Joe Frlnbee of the Florida Federation at : OurSenior j, Language ubmllterl.. for the flaral. ye.r.nhng other than InwII.'ii TCirlffta

out the 'Valentine' themein Mlddleburg a son Raymond J :: the Blanche Hotel in Lake I Committee & lens :SO. }U3:! Since --11'2-- fit.........

decorations. ,and rlreshments. ,'- Donald Jan 31GIFTED Cit I i iOilitnslly then the llooril .has .dil. .*.1 l son'', 1'p' fin:

f v I Oren Mrs. Calve Dorothy Pnrlnn Milberger. presidentof of Citizen I appointed by'1' oral l clasuriNima ant .a library, : G 4"

the local dub, wee reelected RUle. School Huperintrndrnt\ :
XJmtrlrt Recording Secre Thomas. t) Ilalley in I9
tary. and Mrs Dent. l>val was, serve a un-year term on the"
elected. District Representativeto MRS) \\'. I.. RI.AIR

the' State She Nominating"will serve at Committee the. Satellites missiles, or space III I 811 Ci'bson TeitlHKtk fleneral Committee Uu: ..rrvlnor L 5jlld; 1f'IVE1tAII1'\ \ "' a, 1 ary' UtK1!Ovl..o gear IoM i Q.r, ,

0+ .10Ituc
annual convention to be held rocket were not common 111 of Iii.trm-llon fur UrMlforli 1 rtMe

In June in Hollywood Mrs years ago In 1801. when Eva i County U enrrently completin -

IFT i TM Mildred Doyle served on the Cobum Blair was born on a his fourth year In this

farm in I>ni.lns. Kansas. eaNclty t And We're Offering These 'a I
District Nominating Committee
e 3.1 a 6
and was recognlxed for October lit of that. year. n' r,llo.lnf the .lefUUllvechange + IJI i

an ouUlindinR exhibit of the tau a beautiful pialrUt' to..nproud effected in t tutu i on- .

Starke Club's activities, whish of IU whet flelil In cernlng the sdup'lon of ".1. BELOW < :' ,

was placed In the meeting the surrounding countryside book material. certain member petiaIA F. I rtl

room and IU Jtfimeii in the Village were reatipulnled for Er

Miss. Delia Roaenherg waaIntroduced ;I I with blacksmith shop and term ranting frutn onet. COST l a" olag. 1
1 aa the new State grain I'I.v.wlI) three years The retargaiiUalion .sec 1 a
First Vice President. Mrs W L Blair has" reilddIn named nibsmi aa ..... Of Your Valued "7j S I.i I.

COSTUME 3 3.ACCENTS Others' attending" were Mrs Htarke for 20 years at .OJ chairman of th. M' lein Inrel In Appreciation I I

Duller hoed vhlch s railedmany Patronage
I..n.ue. Committeeeone.nred
Pansy QtUCley of Green Cove -n
Lake Ilutler\
rear Ho
and Mrs. lies FarberMra. "primarily ..lthrr."h.
As Low a* G9.9f > Bprlnifs. Road U.r.a"! husband Will ,
Fare Gill and ),Ira Mar- Oerman. KuMlan. andnpanlsh
Blair, was the depot. m"aaenger I'
> reDro..n.. Other member of Shirts
\ Boys
for the prt office her. In \ .
S the" group representnn, Uu '

pKON061tA1 marke He pealed try arim cal!. Joh"", '. HilUborxMhllrevard. ,,
LittleVom n I 14 year ago but Mr Blair/ M
r rr Collier, and 1 To'Meet continue to make her home I IhfoTtI I l Values to $1.98
T ptReter Monday f e e'I
> with her Uter MkwAmr ?
'I "The committee. must d"'rid.
The little. Women's Club'will Cutaurn Their parent.aLao upon the best msUrUl *".t U,
meet 14uo.Uy at T 30 PIn \ resided her before them C "
able In BremdaiMwith n'H
$85.00 to $300 In the .lur> house ome 49 year *.o. only present .but !f vtsu.. 4. .Innleerasry I.u "wiM r I

Mre. A J Barry will atvnr Many are the arcomplkh- marMU of' th* teache* 8 8 : +
menu and aftiter.mer>.. of
CHANNEL; MASTKKTransistor : colored eX the ChrUt- throughout Eve nialr. but she stale* that '
mss formal dung the pro- Mhl 'In the ._ c.lmodern Special
Radios her pehi..nd Joy U the ltund > KA.:
7.ss.e. &
tram > : for"l n bnt4 Hostesses for they erenlnt f "Arhool 1 Claw which. he only Ui* leitiMl mslensU

$14.95 -111 be Hope HolIkUT. klarrtollaynes. taught each Sunday. snornlru
must be nmsMered but alt. re-
Susanne .Judd and .1 the MeUiodut Church for
t listed lUtru art u phonograph
Unrfa fusion' afoul Un re.r.. "Mo' on* In theChurrh $
and tape. temrdm
s, School I* more lrrmdor l

fevered. .. dare say fh.n chart flinM and filnutflp' FOR
\ ultuial tnf7r"'........ .rd
OES Notice Mr. Blair, and *wr h.<* *(e
t..Un. mat.rtaISThe r
Costume Jewelry Sale off to her for her fidelity .ndrndeivor .. +

Member are, urs..J to at-l'l I. In her chiurlv e.prfl>eftt hs. ......'

tend the Eastern Mat open Until only rvcenlly, eh.nalt. firth et li-hUfi.n. lot' SR* aid I .f. *AU. MIKI f AM i iC0 wnlt

....tlY.W.. tat fbadferd' Cf,<. "" .-t*
For $$1.00 Installation _tln* on B tu/- hw ba4 to temen hr ..
2 day rrrtung al I p m bt the th11e% aoeiwehat. a f.W: .ther" IT (>...MIM. ranttwiKd -ok I .f. hurt ,.>. Win .t. .,. Melt OWN *MM

Uwsn |. 000 .orth ut f..,.. Shirts CVII bass
%.*..."k' Te iple Kefrevtiovrnt home would a.oat llll.fe r -
r .
/ ta tle "Ie qvfW /
.. .. .
-in b* sealed f Oo_lnfU cud her' IIMU"e sa .ppiI' ... bike on III | hv per ,e .

>e nteetlnx or sum* *>arh) detirlraiM. feat dunld. lot IM* tn tn* _ft', Values $298
ItratH tt *. ...." ....,. K harts ,

at .......,.., .*ve, ... .a1.daMa," ",- 'T'te l+r.isn ,......... C.. ,
Beta Sigma Phi her I:taw encl.Ua ee.t.tg. ....... eul sae.t .InrtetjnMrr 1a....tW.r. .la.i.eraary "M,"

;; ;;;; : w redin11 Rh.. ... 1 sh. .h I 1.
;: "r. sires *M and! W Situ MM Mr/.e.tMI <...<. betas
'It .4" .. 'G: Beta 8i,ma Phi enmrttrtO / e.s....r K the i JI e.4ta" dCount' eaaae lie t---......a. h1A. foams fa::::" .a..S s.e/M+t
..... ,.. ... .
.1t .', r \ aneet M e4.t emtlrx .<. )Lspdal l Anlftel ...... Mnm,.I H YAlwaiwr.an $$1.79 4." N. "'ur.I..II.c.e e..r1. AawrU-.. ))1.

'. z It at 1 P m .1 tK 'hoene VM.lesr.. *erna liter eatseach r...-nr I t 'r' ......-..-..........- ...
of Mr C ooftIIO Feel..a .NhMr .-t. OUARAMTIIi ,
/ I
,& !tt 1Jl 'tJ/ .. Gene long .* 1o-Iw je.. The BrMtfard Cones, T.-. Milo Smith 0.--' w. .,...

eta/h and IKe rllfeaa .tTCM .. -- .- .Ire -..

l Presbyterian Men 8n-tl..iI antsy ........ talc Named ToHospital 2 for $3-00 rC C..w.._... .......... ..... C__ I.. lie ... krae'MM.rrasa.

., ..... ..... ..._I .t r .w.ah..i..4.
Board --- ---
T)1. Re-b. ,1iian. Um .. I Netts fee eIWUwr A'... .
1. IIarI
a.oe.... _... ...... ........ .....
..., II c Hvtta' .e.,... Je me.rerl own iukct. set ._t I .,...... r.Mawer
..d. part tt UMfc > tt..uaday.rhsil pt. ...It ".......tTu Wale.' t.*. Hallmark Most Beautiful SelectionBULLINGTON'S ... q.." 'I ... b.e.f .. .
ifcf-i* .-. bat _; 'A CJ, c. Q CO. ..Irw.N
*..lain it (. a trif'f*.r ieee..M "STUMP'DEPARTMENT .NIIN...--.....-.....-
"t., d.e T'w. T. .pWIMYeisih
,... .......,.... t --r K..ye/..
HIYe.eNO+ lt.aeM
STUDIO ... .ae area .r Mre lovrr rower *- *.. .....,.. toy"'" r...... M..yeM

-. pas -. C- fs sac/ H. MSN.... Med.. R. ....... Driniiiirk

111... -.-...,. ___ swr..r --. ES TIA.aaneesl <.... flit La..., .___ ...,i11.1eat Fiiiiiiliii'i''. CO.I'IIU

and GIFT SHOP E.-.s TV- Ypi-M.... r....... Ie.L. ttliaa1t11 ...... .

.. rah tt-. ioM fay STORE
r.- Trsa 1 For. t.- a.m.. Till; ura
.4 tk..f. Msaeday eelbe .

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z. W. Hamilton I of Clay Electric at Keystone: Clara M Latteiman. of I By Commission Civitans Host artlcl for personal "'wear School Bible: ,, Hui'i1. :li! inch< Santa Ft1 I 4inch.

Heights.By Stake: two daushters/ : Mrs. groused$77 1,000. Highland 12 inch. '

High For CoopNom1nation a 47-41 vote the membership Fannie Brafman, Toms River. 8 ClergymenEight I Salea of home farnl.shings. Including Reading Aimed: i The January average rainfall I'I'i

approved a proposed New Jersey and Mrs. Nora Gov. Aid Aslted furniture, household appliances To Instill Morals 1 recorded by the county
amendment to the Co-op Jacobson. Leningrad USSR. local clergrmen were ,: and othe equipment, three fire towers was 10,03

Zedra W. Hamilton of charter allowing each district one sister: Mrs. Tlllle Canape ,, guests of the Starke Clvltan j totaled '1 :i.OOO. Flrrula's school BlBie-read-: I Inches.

n.. Brooker incumbent: director of to elect Its board member. Under Lakewood. New Jersey. : Club for a breakfast meeting ,' Drug store sales amounted to 1ns law is aimed more at Instilling -
... the present set-up, directors Mrs. Ruth Buttiba reader at the Garden Restaurant I Fire
Clav Electric' Co-operative received -I For Waterslited $6.15.000. i morals than religion Inspection
i*i 117 votes for renomi- are nominated by the district -, of the Christian Science Tuesday in recognition of National I In student and this Is legal

; nation at a district meetlna and elected by the mem-,''I Church, will officiate at th'; I Clergy Week, February I Hamilton Named !! under the U S. Constitution ( Rates Starke High
bershlp-at-at-large at the annual i services Friday. Memorlallzalion 2-8. |
held Courtruled i
In the Brooker Community the Florida Supreme ,
Tho County Commission chase. K. B. Goes Jr of the Florida:
Center Tuesday nlnht. meeting. I will be by cremation. I' Speaker for the meeting Chairman Of last week.It 1
meeting here The Commission voted to
Tuesday. unanimously Inspection and
Russell H. Green of 2rook- Under the new procedure : adopted a resolution fix the road. was Rev. Irl E. Kerley chap- I Hospital Trustees :> had already upheld th- RatingBureau.
If I lain of the Florida District : nays that Starke has a b"t -r
approved, candidates for director
er received 39 votes and W. i Hazen To Be In conjunction with the Boardof 2. Mrs. Horace Sanders' anda law :in a previous ded.lo:1.: but'
T. 'Jackson. Starke. polled 17. can qualify by obtaining I! Installed AsPostmaster Supervisors of the Brad : group of fellow landowners!! Clvltan and pastor of th? The Board of Trustees of : the U. S. Supreme Court' than average. rating thereny
Broadway Baptist Church in saving Ha citizens hundreds of
In accordance with Co-op bylaws a petition signed by 15 ford Soil Conservation District ; came to ask for aid l in cleanIng the Bradford County Hospital I i threw out similar Bible and :
the names of Hamiltonand members of their district, and their Tampa. He wai Introduced by I Tuesda I laws in Maryland and I dollars annually on fire Imu-
asking for Federal assistance out ditches near held its annual meeting prayer
Green will appear on the presenting it to the secretarynot 'I to build a watershed' property on the Old Lawts.-;' Pete Novak:: who had charge I ; night and re-elected i i Pennsylvania and directedthe ance premiums.He / .

{, ballot as district nominees at less than five days before T C Hazen Jr. will be Installed project along Water Oak Road by tho City Dump. of the program. Thomas B. Hamilton of I state court to reconsider! disclosed thin .nforrnut non

the March 20 annual meeting the district meeting. '! as acting pontmaiter Creek. II Some of the ditches that local clergymen present, I Brooker as chaiiman.Julian Its decision. > a routne inspection visit
at the Starke were Rev; John Brabham. I Staike1 I In the opinion, the here last week.
poslofflre on The resolution asks the Soil need cleaning to prevent E. M Rae of new
Services SetTomorrow Friday, Feb. 14. according to Conservation, Service for a flooding of property are own- First Methodist, Church; Rev !I was elected to the vice-chair- > Florida court again unamious-j Starke has a "6"' rating,
announcement by Congreg.t-' | preliminary study of what ed by the Seaboard Coastline W. A. Hogan, First man's post. Mllo R. Smith of ly upheld the state law. It''' while the average town of corr-

; WILEIAMSJEWELRY I I For I man D. R MatthrwB. would 1 have to be done to es- Railroad.: The Commission: Church: Rev. William Duna-1 I Lawtey recently appointed; to said there might bo doubt a- parable size has somewhere \between
Madiaon Baptist
Mr. Latterman Matthews said he had received -! tabllsh the watershed. The voted to send a letter to Seaboard tan( street the Board by Oov. Farris bout the purpose of the Mary "8" and "7" ratinjr ami

I the notice from the j project wOuld embrace around and to the Florida Rail- First Church; Rev. Walton Oradyj] Bryant, attended the meeting land and Pennsylvania laws, most Florida towns are taggctlwith

Funeral services are scheduled I Foot Office Department pendIng -. 25.000 acres along the creek road Commission requesting Bob Presbyterian Church, i I' Smith replaced former vice- but that Florida's law was' an "8". :Most :3f the lu"g er
Rev. Badgett, First Christian
that the Railroad do its part. chairman Charles H. Shuford based malnlv on moral consideration -,
this Friday at 4 p. m. in Haren's by from its rite in Clay CountyI Church Rev. cities, such as Jacksonville, rate
E. F.
Jones Memorial Chapel for the U. S. Senate. I its emptying point in New Mosquito Control District : May-| of LaWtey and did not violate a "3".
ton chief
REPAIRS Morris Lftttomian, 84, retired Matthews announced acver-, I i River. Officer Jack Trawick sold chaplain at the| Mrs. Inez A. Green of I the constitutional provision
that he had submitted plan State Prison at Ralford: Rev i Starke was re-elected secretary I requiring separation of church :I I GOBS also gave Starke's Fire
painter! l al weeks ago that Hazen had I creek drains the Hell-i
R. E. MacBIaln
Mr. Latterman died Monday I nuido the hIghest score, a 98.S 'bronn farming section, in-J J to the State Board of Health Episcopal treasurer and Thomas H. and s'.ate. I,, Department the stamp of ap-
AD Work Guaranteed evening at his home on U. S. In competition for the post- cludlnif some of the b'st farmland for clearing ditches throughthe Church. and Father Thomas| Slade of Starke is the other 1 I Th" law requires' only that :' proval but at the same time,

A. 'C. WUIbtau 301 south ot Btftrke He movedto tlon.. and had been given the and about 60 per cent of property all the way; i Kelly.Church.St. Edwards CatholL-l: II board member. ,, Florldus' school teaches holJ pointed out some of the p-ob-

Bradford County from New Coniireifiman'g recommenda the strawberry acreage in the"! through to a nearby swamp. |I "once every !school day read- lemi here such as not enough
142 W. CaD St. Jersey 17 years ago. He wal tion. county. Abnormal rainfall In 3. Mrs. Lcaton Morgan requested -'I ILawtey PTA ings in the presence of th'pupils 8-lnch 'water mains through jut

- Stark. Fla. born In Warsaw, Poland. Au. December( and January m____.. nut__ that sand fill of some' Local People II III from the Holy Bible; : the city.It .
gUHt t 26, 187! the creek out of Its banks sort be packed! In the hole on 1 Like To Eat I Shows Film without sectarian comment." .ia also part of COSH'S duties
::: the U. S. 301 turn-off onto to get the rate for fir- ,
-- He is survived by his wife Roman Alvarez flooding some berry fields and On CancerThe insurance -
damaging other crops. the Leaton-Morgan Road,; Then Take Ride Onu Wccr1 Fire! premiums in St'irko: :

Named PastorOf Bill Unas. appeared for the which is presently up for a I for insurance companies.
Soil Conservation group and major paving project Road:r Next to eating, Bradford I Lawtey Junior High Last Week i
Pine Level 1 PTA will show a film Profileof I
crlf'kerelproperty owners i Supt. R. E. Jones was Instructed Countlans like to ride.
: Luther Milliard and Wade to fix the hole. I i That's the picture gained A Cancer, at the school Only one woodA fire was reporterl -
of !
Ii.v. Roman Alvarez cafetorium on Feb. 11 at 7:30: ,
during the past week DEADSpanish
Other Action
Qaskins attended the meet 1 from the latent market survey
Starke has been called as I P. m. '
1 by Florida Forest Service
... -The board passed a released by standard Rate and
of the Pine Level Baptist ing.They I A local doctor will )b., present >
pastor : Headquarters! in Bradford!
were asked by the to close part of Adam St. that Data Service showing 4503. Moas Is
the" I at the showing to !
Church followlnn ; answer I
County with .1 burned
connects with Temple Ave
Communion to obtain right of 000 spent here for food and
resignation/ of Rev W. from their fellow landowners near the Sinclair! Bulk Plant I any questions about cancer j Since Jan. 1 there hav Killed When
AT CITY FISH & MEAT MKT.' Hall, 83, who baa nerved E'I way gIving permission for- thus putting the PI'OPCl'tYback 1480.000 for purchases of new 1 that the audience might ask been four fires! with 12 1 acres
and used cam, ,
I motorcycles Sprayed
The By
i Is '
public invited attend
... church for 36 yel&" tho County to clean the crccxan on tho tax rolls. boats and other automotive 'I I i I to burned ai compared! with 2'<

.. nev. Alvnret ba served the I a temporary measure to I Accepted a bid of $1.065:I equipment' in tho last fiscal I the movie. fires! and 103.7 acres burned FLORIDAPEST

FLA. church a. assistant pimtor for help stop the flooding. Tax I.I on a photo-copying machine I year. FIRST' B.PTlTCIIUIICII. during the mba period last CONTROL

I the: punt two and a half year Assessor Ocne: Lung recently fur the CI rk'. office I! rear.

'FryersLb.SMOKED Ills appointment an full-time prepared a list of all property -Voted to carry vandalism' The grand. total. spent In the I \ A. Ilogan.. ST.ItKEV. Pastor During the week ending: 8 CALL 9Bt-.19fi.() :)
county' retail establishmentsfor
pastor was effective liwt Sunday owners affected., Insurance along with general a. m. Monday the following FREE ESTIMATES
Toll-Free Phones liability Insurance on all the fiscal year was $t3,- Sermons for Sunday.: Fee rainfall was reported; : New

Mr. Hall has* been In the The Commission panned a County equipment Vandals 99.0OO, an Increase of over a Morning.. "The Wages or I I
41)) resolution asking the Flotlda cost the County $400 plus time million above the pi lor year's Sin la Death But The Gift of
ministry over years, com- '
I Picnics Lb. tog to Florida originally from Public Utilities Commission lost for repairs on equipment 12258000. God Is Eternal IJfe" [Rom. Madison Street Baptist Church
for toll-free last Total bill for the Klgrured to a fine! point this: 6231. "
telephone service year. : Evening, inoch: The
c OeoruU. He and his wife (IICH) Blork W. Madison !Street
continue to reside in tho between Keystone heights and liability and physical damage means an average" of $3.856\ for Man Who Walked With Ood"10m. JU-v. n'I.: IIUYAOAV
WHITE church home at Pine Level. Starke became It would increase Insurance on County equipment the year per local honschold, a ( 5:221.: -- .
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the business climate, and property Is $2.399.- $:.10O Increase over the $3,563 Regular services: Worship. ( SERVICES

Bacon Lb. aid law enforcement end be Bfl. The H. C. Wall Agency has I rate of the year before. 11 a m. 7:30: p. m. Sunday It::45 .\. M.-Sunday S.'hool

1,956 Tags of benefit to all residents of I the account. Not only did local consumer! School. 9:43: a. m. Training 11 I::00 .t. M,-MorningWorMilp,

.A1.., both towns. The two phone I -Put Felton Smith on temporary spend a larger proportion of Union. 8-15 p. m. Prayer 0M: I'. M.
..I.N. SMUKI'JllSausage Sold In JanuaryWith companies Involved are South I I County relief of $20 a their current Income In local I Meeting each Wednesday, 7:30: Trnliilnff Union
7:30 P. M.
: :
.EEI .. ern BM1 In Gainesville and tho I, month until the State Welter retail stores for car*, home fur. p.m. %enlngr WorshipWEDNESDAY
the rtmrtiln! coming Independent/ Telephone Corp. Board could review his rasp nishings, food and Other commodities I I : SERVICES;
Ns4a S. up February" 20 only 1.99(1! ( .Decided that three of the but they took on ad- Esttrbrook Cart rt dee ad' 7:30: .'. 1\tltI\\t'C'k; A>' r hip

:, ::-; Bologna utomobllo license tags had here.Chamber of Commerce Commissioners, along with installment dubt In connection I 'Fountain 3." at The Pen. S1.95 12.95 CO.MIXt! ) lIE or "t.cCUIf: : CIt'.:' T-l''rn( 12 : )
LBS. been sold through January Manager Pete Novak PI e.ent- Jones would attend an auction wtth purchases ('.f big-cost I TELEGRAPH.

Beef Liver 31, according to information ed the resolution that his to look over tractors fur( Items, u sign of their confidence

from the offIce of Tax Collector group had previously passed County una.Johns !. In the economy. '

Weinera .. J, U;, Kelly, Starke Attorney Oeorg:," asked for a more I Expenditures for tool. ces. Special Prices On

, At the end of January the Pierce>> 'Said that two membersof detailed report on Bradford's and other automotive equip :1)j
ROLL ham of the costs involved Inoperating
office had writ\] 109) more tags' the Utllttlmt Communion ment accounted for 67 cents
had already been to Drooker expenses for the HEATER
; Sausage--- him at the sum time last out of every dollar spent In the
and Hampton to investigate new' Circuit Judge J. C. Ad- .
but office workers say county.A
he bin rush U yet to conrw.lurUif \ the telephone situation' there kins. whopping $8.100,000 wentto
Chuck Pierce" said a survey is being It was decided to hold a
Steak Ib
or 49c tho 13: months of 1953 the county's 50 gasoline ser j
made by the Utilities Com special meeting next Tuesday
th* office ecU exactly 7.007 to vice station, but a large percentage \
to roil J
mlHHlon on the feasibility of on secondary
of automobiles" and of this Item
owners came from
toll-freo service between priority lint and the pilmnry
trailers In Bradford County. I tourist travelling U.S. SOt an,1,I 9e6
AU Meat Stew lb. 59c Hampton. Brooker and react projects before attending State Rond 100.
Bturke. The two companies. Involved a meeting 'with State Road
Good business. was also] reported -
officials next month
ate the North FloridaTek'phone :
locally for
roost other
Co. and the Independent Frank George PaUtka architect -
: End Cut Center: Cut friends will\ meet 'with the reUll lines.
Many thanks t to our Telephone Corp. in groua;
fur their continuum help and : Stark I to discuss the proposed new I !flales of general mrcrmnc1l i of Starke
PORK, CHOPS PORK CHOPS I tn kindness shown\/ me and my Pierce, who Is representing courthouse' at next week's
family during the extended I the town of Hampton and the l meeting alia.Careless stores vame, to $275,000 In < I

sickness and death of my hus City of Brooker' in obtaining I the year.
LB. 39c LB. 69c band. Wesley U Andrews. For the service was asked by Drivers Apparel shops specialUlng InJeffcoat

the prayers words of comfort, Johns If resolution would
and food sent to us at this. help his ottune.) Cause AccidentsA -nE

7A.M. sad time w* will always be!1 I The attorney agreed that It Hc1"Fits I
Open- Close 10 P.M.tf'fy'fish&Me3tMarke
giatpfuL We wish to thank would act the Commission rash of carelessness a*

'I" Charles Bchmltt end Jones. passed a resolution asking the monjr local drivers caused t.'nO'II..r Neon SignsHIiXl'f

Funeral Home, Dr. Hitch Dr. I Utilities Commission. for toll- accident$ her this .
Palmer, Dr. Frvven., and the! free service between Hampton 'week according. to the CityPolice I PLASTIC! PAINTKI:
Neon Itaxiignlng! Neon ReplrErecting
Dept, I J
many nunn who sisse him Brooker and Rtarke. YouiNeeds
such comforting service. We Water. Prvblrm. "It's not the weather, Just ; MalnVi-niMiro.
L I 1811 S Main _,_. <].Aln..vUinioaoa >
\ Wl KCOMPtTELNEOFROCERIIS will ever bo (grateful to every The CommlMlon was faced that people aren't
Fisen.' t.y : 'r
: QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED one of you. May the told : with several other" "wntrr" _hilt they're doing."

: 107 Bn wiil.. I)hon. 9691003! blew you. The family of : problems beside the Wateroak Pol!** Chief wateMn.1' 1\1 It. ."-"Itln S iiirOtSA 1
W .ky L. Andiews. situation. Mid. i iOn Grt>>TS

. I $I J, W Kelly of Brookri eame woman 'wa
? before the to help clear .
troup with failure to nav".. /
STt It hE I:
up the matter of the waterhole hide under control caustnc STARKEBUSINESS

: for cattle that the County ail accident Police.,. she, so

Pine Level BaptistE was supposed to dllt for him I looked In the back seal of her I New Masonry Aluminum Awning Windows 3 BedRoom
R tn "return for donated right of i car white driving and ran In.

war, .I to another cat Oil accident 2 Full Baths
Big Living Room and
TYchnlcaUr speaking" the i was caused by running a red DIRECTORY Dining

County OnmmlMlon" igreed In, light and another by '
Church *1041 to dig .* hole 60 fret In parlelnl'-tn the middle of 11I'1( Uwlrr ,I .I ,, -Spacious Kitchen PI :nty Cabinets -. Storage

length. :M feet wide, and to I .! t."That's. MTTO RKTAIR3

!:art' GarAlre
Stale irveti feel. The ditch Is r
| Polio Chief Bill Rniwrr Mid.I
about two feet deep now according I AU. Kprrvi' nr /
10 THRU FEB. 16 -We dun't need i that mud II
to Kelly. This would buxlrw | CTO Il.UAI1InltK

I I by nuke 9 feet.Tis. hU. waterhole 90 by 18 I I I Trmffto hen.clt.tlona. Includln ,I I AU Work OoarantMdtm f NO DOWN!' PAYMENT VA

I I n- -
IW'rd..nte.! VK the ticket hit
agreeinent" also called t at the City. Pollr Drpt isa t ,! .. ......... I'- .
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for sloping the side of the '
I .r. with disorderly conduct
S. hole so that rattle could\ drinkthee. : LI7TflERV1CN
chare* totaling the .e"-otvlhuheit : ?
I '
: !CALVARY1IAPTIST The Roam voted to rail S. OO
Public Intoxication
S for bid' on the project) with Gilbert S. Brown r2L "

HinLF. the sMe thMid IS f..l on charge'. were third. .Us> S S both .Idft and the low end I Jack C Row* ot JIG N OHATLAS

, I CHURCH Right of war evtenda M (eel 1 Church St. was charred wlt'i MonthDrive
SI SEUIS'AR.V' $ \ around the ditch leaving "the" seen of an acdo TIRES BATTFZ3ladiI 1

The r>rprl) ... originally\ >nt and failure tf. have. hlvrhlcle ,. ':en.a1'4 II........ ,

S slated l U coM JJO and lhW.je un
0S : of the right ot way - an acctoVnt.\ Th* char*.'* of ., w ,....... -.... '
Grind ruiUd. by KeUy was about a1eO not havmc k peeper drf ft"l|I Out Pratt St. \Vrat T,3 Blinding St. Salesman Has

"' ., Aritsi toss. Th. rout of the pro)*?! bl n Uretu* ..s dismissed b. Hurst's

Prairie, _Ud. to be much hiher now or Ruktal CtiittyOmut .1 .)"U.I I Service Station All Houses Open For Your Inspection Sunday I Noon
T.u-s Threw other! "water" roleras *. Tuljr aSahi

SS Teua -- road '.uhowU and Row hit a parked .hle'ko'. l a. Otto" .' L *rte.tlCTn Till Dar!:. And Will Fully Explain How You Can Easily
% 1.1.-
S ; flooding due to e.T MJv* run- ,,: at th. cocivrr, of J* kan sn4Welniat (
I Ian.t .........
rail this. monlft-were heardby 8*.. 1ona1rV' U Mr .0-.1 on.01. I Cc ?
V roud Home Owner.DEMETREE
: the Commiukm. Mr 1C. N. Strutn .f U2 ROAD srnvio;? .
A I A troop' of chicken farmer N. W.lnld M. CKru4n r tout 201. '. "..... ., ""4I.4lI5

.who U.. Off SR !I' seat .flUmpton of his hoia 4*) bait RdMie. 'but '
E.L H.\III) 'Tore SHOP'
asked Uul Ut* dHJ 1145's. drove. ..**. PoUc* UK.'

tree .b* refnoved from theIr apt'nheod'd him.. BUILDERS
: St-nhn. G.se INC.
j SPECIAL MUSIC I road and that d.trhe; be cut Tit* 8oI<'ktfttAll beea 7 -

SOLOS DUETS TRIOS iq Rtf'ltTflR ""0. ,
CllOltrs Th. grow.p pail that Uv rm4lrated : .. says tMt M .Vr the sew ... 1'If' _

L ..u bHlJ\1Jr due to Uw prrtatnUvg% t> )e.vuxccene 1M $.....a- c-_ I "IS UKACII) : nL\'[). lAX, !It, FLA.FOl .

Services 7:30 Nightly Nursery Open 'Urge 'trucks and aU revi of aa soeutent.wit flow GPEfltL \t"T1\ arr.\m..
that they wanted ruhrtits ; r? 5.Vr .9MF hu d .vci S P44411.. 14w'ai... R.151ac VIOE( R.\UI

vhtch they 'vouU bar to pur IIC'ft\N and bos rax" tax. FU.. .

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... : Conference CageTournament Uc3irvc Fiir. > e' ; ::' Cl.l-'MiiN": : l >il ."nilaiil.NUT I I''.11.IM. '. .KmMy
; 1C K Janet N (Cm\'frInpuly

< lih'lmiil Kui: >n<* iMiHiioniii : Clerk; ..,

I SPORTS I Would Ui* Stnrlrr. For i>3au > (' () i ,.I..!.in nri. i' *MHO'litti'Aliv mlitri'ix it'ittMeil"nk".llmi'"' .. (.I..r.ICOItUK.. H 1.1.riKUOl'..., :.. .\ItOl'' nil,)'

..- !)\ Set ,'nnil fllwl.liil Kgslnit II'f vim dhlh., anil ymi.. ,'I.I"UI'I I ,.,..., :3 B

HP'S protMbl.wiiiki'"1 | I" (i i x n copy'' of Hllll
.r'r:\ : ,>i. pioditlnfer: ; U> tnvi It HI I I..T: roll '''. Phi ....-
Here Feb. 14-16 hairier the l 111..t t W > season- i .,plnlnl.. .mi 'thi' iilmiitlft'a' Ht- I""U' .::1..:' 'I'UKU. "tI-I
than anyone on: theqund ,I'tal't. ,..> OCIUHIII Pifne, P' Oi. IM*
: : li.. ,J .., 1.. 1
he'd probabl>' :\invc, been I UllO' Htmk" kl'irlilit.. .lli-il MiU\ will ,. <
the Koyoon* 1I.'l&hto "
\ rililh I orluliml AiinwDr iir hy
a starter tot manv srhooi-. Jinn. in i litmfl.f. of thi- "undl ,," "uv.d..) '..hr"Io""
In 2 Heartbreakers T'uf iit basketball to'iin- Bradford Cage C>u<-'< "Fn, \ k "f th* ('lii. Ill, t'nurl nn lltli 10111. ulIUII 7 : 'HI f M I, ':1"
r..r.' ,ilu< inin ilnv ament nf tho Floiida Stir '. : :: : :: :: li.,,:
of laid ,
Land 811YS VPK .1 > I ) I I'm < lr I *."i ';'in i" iIM
Coi-vlou'iu-f ulil be held in thoBradfoul .. .. ,, ', ,
Garry Cole. I li," > ""r i "nf -- "II' IIIH' "' "' lIlthlo' "
HlKh! 8>'in n 'xtThurodiv. nut the S'7 f'I1',1IoIII'trd\ l ,..k. n.. ritfKi. IIM' ..ii r'I,, h. "Hrl::." <.' ',':.' "I'lr 1111\
Luckless Tornadoes Lose 'It. II.4II.I. ,. .1 ,III. ,II' ii. [loom* "
Frtdav and s<\tu. has the hancliiAp: .,( 1 pluytns .I II .. .h.. r'.11I' ,
... ,. ..1"
day. Ffb 13 14 ;ind IS I i I III I II
on the Mine tt'dnl.Ih 1"0or ", I \\ 1'(';flMOIJY
Top-jn>d".1 P.ilalkH. is fa\- the finest' VIKII.I I IK thoroi .\ 1 I'' "I ,'1.:1[, ,"' 'II
Pair To PakilkaIIIIS ored to tnke th! loop( UUe bu: In Bubbv' M >,>.C1and / \
) II1I'y'lhav"\ ploaty of havestarted
titiou (f'-oni" such team us LUOak. -" evrrv yamm:.., th>

take City. St AU"\I"tln\ Tornadoes thin irason ColehrTve
Crudford Hish': hard-luck eager* pot hack on the : has tn
suit SUile Qurfiity of piuvhould rr. hf't'n a 'll"l1
winning trail briefly last t Friday by trimming M cclonny be t'lc' best BiaJford'faiw kit fit nix cf the tquad 17 FLORIDA

I 66-.6:: but then lust two heart breakers: to IVrry ha\e witnessed In iunn> i ia lumcsTil

57 f>8 and Palatka 58-G1. a total of four points.Thi raue: season. j Tornadoes' flnr stoc

1oimirt.>es now possess -- 'Don't count u., out of thecontinence of good gu.mii doe* notn<1lth
a 4-4 Florida Star Confcrenrt" er matched It to maintain P.latka'lI .'- ",' XtoadHjblxt( : ) and Coin
battle yt: CouchEi'Mn
load.I The Palatka flv:
"',,old and a Uoverall I however" Rjphiwion- Donald
Laud of his hal'dluWt
Ls rated one of the bst In thcschool' St\H' -THEATRE-
Kino be addrd to
Falcon must
mark as th< y pi;pare to face Tornadoes who: have Inst
history am: posiessesa I B, th Cole and Falcon
tho list. >
F'-rn.uidlna' h"ie tcm(11'rownlrhl ,
13-2 lecord six of their n.ne by a .
before hosl.ng; the loop season toLltI rf 13: points' ThlH past ) would have seen more action!

toujnumem Feb 13, 14 and Perry led the Tornad.wa all> "."tk the Tornadoes lost 57 I I had it not bern roi the excullence OPKNINCJ: TIMKMONDAY

the List Friday but tlvTornadoes of the: two buck court
III way
1\11 to Periy and :58-01 to IMInlkti =' TIIKOlTr.ll FRIDAY
dutka'. bin center Bjti put m a fourth Outers.
In heart breaking contests r !;5 P.M.SATl'RDAY .
;t.V'n., speU'Hi nilaffeietuv: quiiitci( pn forman that was that roukl! easily! havrKorie Taking the Tot I"do.'s' present
In Tuesday. !game as he pour dazzling as they out-scored, fl-11-ltllmr losnm ilieak, : 1:00: SUNDAY 2:00FRI. :
the other .
\ wny Kciu>rt. lltiKnl II..ry i C'.I.! U the fiwlrvl nirtn on
29 mostly from I the HullJcus! 19-12 to comr into romidi'ratlon: hov..>
in po'nts. Pulatku Is tho onl>' team Inthe IIHII| > rnge' M|,,ml, .ixl l.. .h,i''il alMite lining. .. ,
tip- ns as he out-bounded within one point of winning It s a good 1 bet that Coir anrt 1
; I loop the Tornadoes ha\e! ... .... oIrlllloll" I..k."n., MON.
.hu."I SUN.
St.irko"- John Williams, al- from a 38-46 third period Falcon m."t' tnuiw action "" ) I., SAT., J JIVI.
not beiitttl Liuids xgn"d hit
the Tornadoes ht-U atlight deficit in futine contest'
) edj",: In total rebounds Walt Lamb tallied 27 fur postod bv butliu!!!'4-4 recoid'Lake In City 1 loop I Ipiny I "Colo has put in inoir ttmr JO of u tcniotla' i> ,n n.nil, t> 11111&1"1<'1'11. altliouijli \ I .. 7, *. t P. 10 ,

Wllllxms didn't clUgrac{ !? down hen..> ( 'the irvnl thun IUO lr make nlxwe 300 on tUsenioi > Joes! ) lout (hit \(-,,\
liUli point honors while liliteammites and
twice St Aunustlnc a.idj
iimself by any means how-1 anyone also tn tho pint' two> pllllrm"u, lent Of r the t,rum's DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM
Ulll S'rlckland
aiu f Ivc Oak once each Palatkit. :
ever a< he dunkd! for" 24 BrbbEIlII1 helped out wltn had bumped the TouiadoMtwice I >'ears" allI..1' hot1 he! run Of hit role .n. reserve uunnl game losing all""
points Harold Bihhop had 13 : ire more action." Couch Land Call takos thi.* altitude th..the which thei limt bv
15 and 10 points. and 1.1Oak and St
points for Starke and Ernest! put* It."He can heli'| the! Tovnj.l> nine px>lnls .. "
JhnVlJ1hlm, l lod the Tornadoes Aunustlne once" each bj' \'eryititrnvk > WAITWSNCY ;
Jrnktn six Is a good competitorand tl'IInIII practice s well aa In thinks the team
t thoullht' played a ienlfnd with 17 pjinu: whlKIlaiold mm izln* i a good ball handler, actuul! waniun bv trying .. little morale ''''01>

( bnllinn. off-rnlvely and Hlshoi: ) had 13 and "Out boVR ha/e bi"Mi com- ] though sometimes errll-." hard as powtlbl, '* to puitliMo "\V.'r. hsvlng a .
!nii bark stionii t after evmvloan
a eood on defensively except Hlcliara Hbb 12 .. the! head Toinado( sny CoMs dv and llobbs Of tlmstaitlim 'now. he ."v' III .
I Land cays And I *tiin -
that we fit'od!! to n< bound: under r"IIIIOII'Il\' thcv .tlioiildn' ball hiindltiiK tt oftrn put t tI t.> num.! oomblnAtlinihr line uf lh bf.1 t Ixolgtt'n

the basket: with Stevens'r"i.ih I I I use In the eluninii. minutr* of aayaliubtjv. air' *. 1".lly". || "'" '
Little rnntlnui' to lo v) Oui luck 1 I-
F"v in Land sold thlivsBelc League I| a ruiilimt when the TOI",I.t",., and Uiclntid make, nhiniMn't have
bntind to ihnnue f..)i tlie bettei. -
Palatkaa big coutci" Baseball I put Ui> fiteae 0" ttjo hull lorI one of llio beat guard tram. Tui, imd..ri" ns "" .'
e'r>* ltnbl < t"111 tuimetniiith
pull, d down about 23 ,'1'- i as much as flvn minute aiound." anil' I try to make did lrtS-44)) "and 1 i .
gatnii I if It dor \u>"
Ktiunl Itob.>rt Hiimly bounds countHia ttp-tiis A ini-11 ing will be held at Ouiiy IK aln" an above thi'in wen bi-tlri bv inwhlugtrni till I nlioulJu. \ ,

file* through: tin- air with what Looking forward to next 7-30 p m Wednead,, '. Feb average "' ........o"mt'ldo'nt.' a. ) as html.ai I can In at all '

..I..u.| | to Iw tlie |Itr.'"'''''t ofeii week's< con(1'1''ncE' touineyhere. 12 for all pfrsont Interested well a.* a Imid woikei tin tin priicllre '' Ttiougli he t..kepilde .. 'I 1 think we.re- PLUS J

Land commented. If we in the Dixie Leaiiui BustballnrgnnUitlon IKONSami basketball court He. ,lioUU n In piikhtnu the ti inn "
.e an In* ""*** up fi'r two ter than ivriv 1
have to lo.<.i! those: clone:: on'i : purents. man IJnunw'I'r.u In hi* scholiMtlc In umcttre. .MMIBUNUI, the thin* After Dark
after Mi'iilifig 'the bnll. Inthe gu.tiil .milled, Disneyland
point* /; It's better to lo' e them now agfru and couches ) WOODS){ ) wolk and at 330: lie IKane 'thst. .tlll itlcks in hu' "mind 1L
TuriiuiliicH'. 01-30! win D.r.u..nny he stuixli" irsdy
th" January
thrre members of
than In the tournament. You PurpoHO of the mt't'Un1111/ of Is Hie I'ululku gallic" on

:\.. hint '''rlll&,)'. Just can't convince me that be to organize a Dixie Leagu- biuketball squad, and one of 21 Yo h"lh" i>Uyrd lliifc It hrllfl\"r then TUES. WED FEB. 11 12

our luc('k won't change." Th'' I 1 Commission 'to administer thl- ,

rnndoes have now lost nlnj; poRrlt1llhlch hat mown by High tttlmt! Clrace hullwocxl .,. .UHIINII.. ..11'. 1/.Kim.'...... I IThurl

all sruson anl six of t .. .. ,..
Imps; and bounJi; under sponsorship \ ) .lIh
JV Cages then by a total cf 12 paints of the )l.wal Jrtyree* High gumn with handicu|>- I I i'hi Mi."'iiii.li.l i.>..lr.M Ur. *>'" .* li f io IRfDI

Against! Puldtka Tuesday thu l4 it seawn there were eUhlteamn : Ulldretl, WiMMlburn TIII I \' I.
Tornadoes bulled from A fojr: In the !lenijiuond; this High sriin.*. tk-lnia Ellington. i I 1 nt IDS Mi.., rlli, T .. :r .10..
Lose 2 Win 1Std 7 LEAGUES i Mark*. rturi'lAKliwl '
print third period deficit to a58flll vnr thn outlook In for around .I".u /... ". VICJ 51111111
tie with two and a nnlf 16 tenma If farllltle. ran bowt High eerie* will* lindUOlorU -.|V 1.llllll. Mlloll. ,

rke's Baby Tornadoes minutes to play. Pulatka's HJbSlevtnt up to handle them TrtastF Ii. ll>U .

stopped Macclenny lanl Friday free throw snapped and t Danny the tie Turner .... itha Flunk Durden. Is chairmanof ( OMMIHOIL I....\<<.I t.: .fh pUyrr sl"*) rrfelvrtl ui IhVnn anUe .. .. ... I.....-.-. -I..-. .:-t'

nlRht 35-2* but fell to Perry a committee> p re mole oriianlcatlun First place ('ar-..CuJ.o stop- troph.for pUiylng '''.'''. .....1..1 I lr
I hit n basket for a R9-5H: of th commission IMlItIit'. ..... tI....,.... ... SPONSORED BY BUS BAND
Saturday 33-37: : and to FaUtkaTui'Bday margin however John Williams ll> IIOMKItMMI: ( p<-d M'.III.h"m1I..lIn.. 3>l ''ltu"I1"... \ I -! ......
with nil! Walker. Harold Oodwin '; ,..,..", I ,
28-27 brought the Tornadoes In th. l IPth werk of the :''ofl''''' J Ai. M'a 4V, IASTriont
nnd Chris D I'ark4'as
The Tornadoes and tot'ward back with a basket but Turn- Commercial .League C Johns CMHs 17 :37
membrr We hurt good resultx on ouil
Wayne. Method led all thr! l xl l links U.t wi' >ekeit .
) p ..
Drudlry tup* lrMonn.Jh"m' (
way agatrat Macclenny: Frtdai CourthouseTo Inter-Club mutches betweenKeystone. JH I) :34 :10Krhrl
with 41 J : down ? I
a* the tall lorw.rdIr Open Nights Negroes Charged Palatk and Btsrk- Harold I", wrenre. with a AH', II! 'If IISCcwl ( High got you 'J

ed in M points Dnvld Slstrunxh In Reno B & E With kli-sl golf wcwther. 31 art was top gun for I keOrttevsi C.ls 21:11:

For Registrations teams from eitch club partlclmted ___ __
.d 1 markers. Ore* KeddwhS In It* 4-0 win o"tr : 41! ..r'. n 4)

and Robert Powell .4 eourt- An Ifl-jenr-old Staike Negro In thr KnirnamentClyde Fuod fair II Ijiwson .led the Allegro. n:I 42TMM
The Bradford County T.nlllegar. our' "'holmaker -
nut on the road analni'' for J.nultl Murphy and hh.. 1<)...1'. .wlUi a 514. srrle*
house will be open nights I
r, toured the course with lour i r turrK
Perry and Palatk4 the Tornwluf Third place .HUrke. tel at'"
voter registration durtng February 15-year-old. eompank were 1
71 shoot *
a one over par tin
< didn't fair quite so well the following '. f'art-A drew the lucky II Uwrrk : f"y) IM> mlled hl'1' iio*"on
and March on harped with breaking and cnterlnu i 1 bent score of Uie field .
Atinlnst Perry Starke led after basis: I 1 fur 4 point". ll.M" Ihakerollid high .erls of 4 It to lead fltnJ .
the first prrtod 8-5 but the lulu. Little's" Cafe onHrownlre Others who won tl.rlr a }4S game.The .
February -- every Monday rlry ut IU thr.i> |K>lnl _lnnvrr
OulIrtOKs! took the lead In th"econd night until 9pm HI U In the l.lMTwilight : -.

'. qUart 13-9 and novr :March! gvery Mond*> and (:et Harry Pride of the CityPollrr ,, IluJdy llutop. Dr 11. IIAdams. Uam had IU truublca Uil' Ifftw llil wmk. MJarvto

.av?!! it up St-'ven had 10 for Thursday! night! until 9pm Dept arrested th> twi. Ilcn Uu ley. Vermin week. winning only. I of 4 .led. ChiU-wsir wti.| ) g 417DAW
Perry; while Milled had 8 and from N<.gfls Auto. W tbltnIctl ; .
white he
4. youths was
On the deadline. AptII Sllrox MtMik Uinklus.. s>n I w,
Pcwt'll 7 for StarkePalatka thn rat dealer wltli a 1)1aerlea
led all the way the books \\ lll be open In tho the runo area of town Pride"' Mike WlUU.. while. J Clark! .... high |M Mf by Awllli It.M'h Up to your Don your cu hue Think ill gutriiprlct lI .
candles, *
.. ;: found pranuts'
')ck'.ottlce from 8: m The overall front rarh .
( score 514 Urnli tlirrepulltU .
Tuesday to hand the Torn a- rer's on the txrrs that theysllrcedly for HUrkwell wllli a &07 not a artw. car lIob.w I.,., tag* ? ,
until 8pmMrs club PaUtka. .
was 28. Alaike 'I from W H.. ri clrte Itrtith
d.their sixth defeat against ritf lm Jnrelry t'>oil '>vr fiftli
13 wins starke almost caught. Jerev! Flynn supervisor took from the 23 snrt Keyatone. 1 II 1 1A pUre with/ a 4-0 win our was high tvt. the l.i.t. M I.M.| ('tlr. iiwl ( \ ""y ...r".... ....., "'.....v U..mtI.., esUiui. atnuitiru "') ..

ui> In til* fourth prlod.howoer of registration aakt. th.-. Police. said offcnw that and Murphv h..: >u. return mstrh' I Is pUniiedtn Tarn a D Ihtdiett.** the p*<:* .Uh 471 aerie. *. an1 liiitli" l'IU iy, ,.keep, ( I If f*.,1| N |4.' .u4 "lr'* &&I.. .....t Inr'' n... &&JI..

as th* Mtmonidldn extra hour ar for th* ronvenlence previous, *the flt"uu pr<-- the near future with both far Crnt with a 4.* .rt .hlM 1 I ...... .dvliig* Bliid "' l<"niM..r* I'Y. >wi| world, ..(tngCeramic.: .>rmori <
1I'nrk bern
l who vlouslr in
of pr"Pltt
"t ncore a lIt.,.* point to and are unsble: to get U rig. won 4 |.Mnt. i..'. ,lotktal .. I .... 1It..y. .lIt.. | muffler. OoubUllik -

the local 10 courthouse during the dy hsive been setA linnTtlect, Co>v lrur Ikwi U>IMlying etrmn. f"' vii, .. .1' ......II1..tn.I."Inne ., tlcal.'y .nsniaiiy) inm eo I

lira* -.,, slopped .mark IM.W arul Tr.** fur I
H,-olr-h r'Hirtrrmr Is plannrf -
again this -kend. Trtrphone Co 4-0 behind tho M-VOIU] |>Ure K OrlffUni "u ...., .' ..,.,. .. .. ... .. "' -.
the wrsther proidlng bowling 1 of PrU Itarton wtlC'' H for ANtI_, with a 414et ,

permit had a tit terto J rluk .. ,, .hli'" H ftpnrw hd .. IIIs

:. ... I" '- """ operation Thank for In an repairing of your ball eo high f."> TrUphoiM. ."- .Uh l .1IMUnrftiM ..t I for Ih* a.II kowe* Get a liftget a Rambler American
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( liUti
.. M" .n l-lOur 41 **! I
mark* in our soft wet grwn*
'\ f CM* ... S !II'.. for. VttifTtM* liwuoiwe in IU
: I reco nlax1 a tot et ,nu chIna Lmke *Jr....s at IIRtarke ,-"t" ..In.nr.f (K...lfn..iiOulf .
.. -. # 1 1 more your sbarcRemember """WJr"' 4& ... 31 SniMk r n..n. rolWd. III. .
t \ jMr/\ : ) IMrt in you play UtfMg ..US) U II set f." Ih .._.
< t..7i.L t. ronditlonlnx
; oar I C>orm Jrwelry It Jtr ....,, ........,.. .,... ".." I .

fevA \ MTTIUT m."t. M at .. ._ J ......... e..
HUlk!* Tel'* 1t.1 I, M.r
Toms Nh.U It.' .% huh for "t..*vr M4Jw* f j"j"Lfh.11

Cutting Horse pc_.... A..to. H.' I I awl ,. *>*U MrtlMl 417 *ef .

A SPECIAL' To Compete ,.. Ift.s Jf 41 for 44 fwU7 ... ......... u,

Fat fttt 24 MoirrtK ,.., t- .t<4HU .

AUTO "ACCESSORY1* In State Fair .'-......... ,, 1-.
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F R OUR tNa.a.--. u..uu.... nrUi'. 414 vrto* ... W }II. J.".

i. t IItI' I to*** M ...,...".. ..... hMM for U' e JAM In ilwl'tttrnirit T7..... c-e 14 '.. ,. ,

ft." SERVICE LOViNG -. by A r WdJllnt "" wm o*.r Trto*< (.... levelrr If.. nAnd >

1-'" H. ...rn tll k. p-rt. In th CHfU tn t.'M T>..r 4., snorntr ,*** {,...* >4 14

tint rVkffcU taM lsniMl CMb O.ff*> !1"n" W."' .... I.. 14 )4

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aJrantagm of a particularly 1I'1< 1M ... rnr MififfT nnir !.. i** l'
conTcnlenC ..- at t** r.lr r**) II UAan .
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Th Cwri.. C.U kitd TM' fu N>4
Our quick free ,....,...... .le NIl'" ... *
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Drlre-In-Banking ",Vindow! Tley (troplyroll ,.....u.aP.. tIJ. .. .. *..w.. .*. Welt ..*.. a 411 U ("( ,--..<. ma. TTLC.r.J '.*

the window J .with .*.!. Tk* t** *ltan._ .W.* I* __ .. ...... C'..... ....... M ,'", : fillf '. CAM X.MT OOKkkl .No.. .1 I In CQmpact-Car Saks'
up to poit or ._ >_ well> !.. ......, -:: .
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draw money, and off they &0. Join "them! .U ... .- .- -..-. _., I.--.#ell ....... ....
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Maintenance above teachers because plans were mad for a delegation
''''1i 55 Attend average w.c.T.u. -

: ; rft. Dept. Rated national surveys now to attend the area

Singspiration j jI that the average leather Mrs. W. H. Nollman was meeting in Wllltston on Fea
: Superior I spends; less time than the on" j hostess last Friday afternoon 10.

..." ... ''i "f, ,, Ftlty-five ,erso.. attended ", hour per wcek preparing th"tesson. to member of the local At tht close of the meeting:;
/ 14' itnrf| n'"MV ilon '
Slnasplratlon:; held at the The average teache- WCTU at her home on N the hostess served refiesh-
Military Department
First Christian Church. There usuall.. arrives late to claai. Chsrry Street. tue nts.
Florida has received ltd fourth
were several special nun.jeri I and misses about ten Sundays i i During the business session. The time of future meeting.-
.. consecutive Superior rating: besides congregational songs; I per year. a new treasurer was elected. was changed to the last Wed-

and the tenth in 13 years. I "so4 and each group was In'Ph'a-1 LIEN'S FFLLOVSIIPThe committees were named. ana nesday in each month.
Thli activity in under thiaupervision .
I I tional The Church Choir par
of Col. James AOriftin first meeting of th?
4 4j ticipated, along with the Col-!
1 State Maintenance ,j, son Quirtet. and a group:>> of new Men's Fellowship will b" FOR SALE
Officer at Camp BUnding E seven persons from Jackson held at 7 p m. Friday for
It includes the Combined : EQUIPMENT: AND FIXTURES I
:: vllle The program was so well I supper and fellowship at in-
Maintenance Shop I SUITABLE
r' accepted that another Sln\(- church. All men of the> chuic.i:
Cnmn RlnnHjnn! IInlt th. Arm' splratlon Is being planned fur are Invited. The Official II. CARRATT STARKE, FLA.
Aviation Maintenance Shops at I
: March Bjard will me :t at 8 p. m
.lackttoiiville and Tampa. All

superior')f thei'n) before urtlvltlPS! the must Maintenance be. ,, .' % i it ThU program was held to -:" "
Division can be so rated. better prepare the teachers! to

.,. Commenting on the rating: t 4 Infoirn: the people of the New t .9

''Tom Edwards Col. Orlffin said "Attaining/ ".4 1' Testament Gospel of Salva ;;'
To Show Steer 4. .j .
Superior" in nv" Division Is tion. Fifteen persons attended

I proof of the high quality of .' 4 the clinic. I ..
At State Fair; Next Week ,
our employee They have The Bble: School Superintendent 1."
worked hard in a coordinated Charlie Cowen wa' I -_'

Tom Edwards!! 13, son of Mr. Thursday Feb. 0. and the sale effort and thi' credit I la theirs S Impressed with the enthusl-i .

find Mrs. Maurice Edward of all steers will be held Friday for a job well! done." acm, and outlined! the need for 'j .

"'Jr., Is shown with his 1.000 Feb. 7. at 1:30: p. m. The rated activities Include more daises The minister 'I j 5OOOLBSI

pound Angus steer which hehopps This Is Tom's fourth year 5S employees at Blandlng. Bob Badcett, emphasized the 1

will place' high In his of showing fat steers at th" even in Jacksonville and present need for better Blbl I

class in the 10th Annual Flor. Tampa fair LeNt' year his three In Tampa. In addition Schools and led a discussion i I

Ide Fat Stock Show and Sal steer was judged( : Heservj: t t.o then' activities Third on better teaching procedures BANANASIOWLING

at the State Fair In Tampa I Champion In the 4-H Division United State Army Include "The need In this countryIs I

next week. lie has also shown steers In In the single rating the over- tremendous" Mr. Badgcti
Tom and his steer will boi the Greater Gainesville Area all technical supervision of 16 said. "For example of '
-------- ------ every'
i In competition with some 110 Steer Show and Bale the An- Organizational: Maintenance I eight American babies, four

'entries at the show. The Judll. nual Fat Stock Show and Bale! 1 Shop throughout the State I Cleveland Durham And GypIlnspectorsl I will never be In Bble: Schoolor

inar of Mtper In IIPt for I p. m in Madison and 1 U a're"ula,1, with a total of 54 employe receive religious training I
prize winner at the Bradford. Proficiency of work, mnnaxement : Sell Worthless Wire ; four will start to Blbl.

BHS Sponsored! BAND Hy I Ij County Fair.ANNUAL. and determine operation\ training the are,latlng supervision consideredto I I To Hampton Negro For $31 out Schools by the but age three of ten.will and drop only PRODUCE MKT. W LB.

SALE I I one will remain faithful and

Champion I A unelesn wire 1 I. fastened have money like that, so they become a Christian."

j .fllIUllf 81 ....b. Snl 15th Resigns I to the wide of the home of a asked how much I could The need was stressed for ... .-. ..
Yarn Knitting Arcesnorlcs! Post As Farm I retired. Hampton Negro and I xrnpe up and I said $31 wad ," -:_ -.ioIl ., .::...: __ '. :. : .

: ,_. _....s uai c--...... .19! ... HavInK' < to Morn Than 20% ForesterDon his invalid wife and two white all I hod. They wrote ma out I -

Jill's Knit Shop con men are $31 richer for a a contract and said they wou!.i I

: Florida Theatre 625 W. University i Champion. Farm For- IS-mlnute spiel of authentic- be back to collect the rent:: on

rater' for Bradford and Clny aoundlntf lie*. time payment," Durham *.mld.
: (luln nvlH0 ij.
February 11 12 I "
I, I'I Counties, ban resigned hid The two white men Hold The white men took the = 9
'I I poHltlon effective March 1 and Cleveland L. Durham the contract with them. Durham

I plan to operate on an Individual "magic wire" that was auppomil said the whole deal lasted only "-

AN AUCTIONS bail a* a committalforester. to "make the lights about IS minutes. While the I JO I \\'or.s. or !less. one time .3 Memorial Resolution* ________ .. per wasu

S ) : CONSTRUCTION KCJl'IFMRNT: "how up better" ward off older man talked 'n Durhnm, If not paid In advance __-__ 1.00 Card. of Thank. a? t. &. words _. 2.56

T1UTCK8Frl. I Champion appeared nt the lightning, and check shortagesthat the younger man hookail the' Keyed.. or Blind Ads _____- 1.00 Over CO word _________ Ke per win.

., Fri 11. II) AMI KTAHKK.: FI.A.J At llercutr. Powder County Commission meeting could cause fire. aluminum wire, that look like Each: atlditlonaj word! over 2v M Display"' ads la CUlfled 1.50 i per ....
(to.. 7/19/ Alton ltd. IIUAUUNKS': IJm.i. 1201 w/('"'n- Tuesday to notify the board of, The "talker" of the two some. kind of cable "' ira. on I

mine dl..1|| | (In Miami). I.trnln H20KM w/70' iHiotn (In Mi his resignation and thank flashed a "badjte' from Talla- to the neutral wire nt the -
,.mllt) Loraln L8AA w/Cat l-8J7j, ((2)) Koohrlno 405%. w/<'t&t them for their co-opera11: hasnne". and ald he wa aninspector weatherhead on the ititaide ofPurh..m' gitIvflA4iIAT f( FOR SALE-3 bedroom unfurnished Bradford County- The Coub-
flMO dlewN. very goml| Kiiehrlng SOI w/llY' < Imoru; Link I : REDUCED BATKM house. Screened ty of Planned tTogreu .t&mJW
during his stay here. who came to check house net? the meter.
Bolt IH-70 w/40' hoomt, 1.lIrftln I.BOK w/Ciit SlMt Lima, SIwOVHJ I AUTO lIKE: BOAT front and back porches. II 14 at Tele.Tph.WE : .
Farm Forester Supervisor the grounding wire the advice He ran It down to the
dlrwl. roiuplftrlv ovcrhniilod. .| Limn' 2.1 "'/U m() I / DOYLE E. CONNER: FIR IE Hardwood floors. Nice neighborhood HAVE a selection of used
Oeni Lang of Ocala told thi of Durham') meter reader ground and hooked it t> the INSURANCE; :
dl..I. very ci.nt| ii$5li w/dl..1 power "Hclilrld' ... Bun-. I 'I AOINC'I'I I near Shopping Center -
board "We hAte to nee ron .(.-un refrigerators. All In working
The Florida Power & grounding wire.
torn T-SA Truck LightCo.
Crane, g I ISA's nnd tIT' w/fmnt, tXT'm, ((6) ('lIt 1 I-7'is. all. Champion no. lie's a good service the Durham home. The fraud wan" caught by,;___ __" tfch I order for 140 up. BLADE OAS

I7A'.. goiid; fat: I'-'', BIT( nil Hutch wcln..ra< ( ) A.(1! man." Lang also told the I The first price quoted to Florida Power A Light C.o \ REGISTER NOW for Adult I II Read The ClassJfleda! FOR. RENT-:2 bedroom nlce'ly 1',of STABKK Ucnt-a

':: III>-II'n, 'HHII) ((111) A-CI 11I-fllI'l rtinvertml. for .rear
: : IIK3' TIIMA TII-14. TII-0' and Tn.O' w/d'.r..t. In mind I for all he had, and all they took I Jr. who came to ri '-I ('at 4-l.>, 1ITI A-(] Hl>-lll wli' but to find I 100. Btarke. Fla. Apply In & UPhOlSTERY WORK
... | >wrt' Caw* tlM/ (trawler" Champion hoped after they wrote out n contract I ham's meter. and no'tl'1 tre! I|1|I i per- or with an infant child. Not! :
I4i4h' | ((8) ('at "-It FtrItIIon4..r.i. | ((2)) l-Iurlld: H-7'. .'wwI on experienced, person to take I on a of notebook wlr H* asked Durham about BOn 1:30: to 4:30: pm. U3O FOUND AMONG: : TlEI| pets please. Inquire at 733 N 71* Lmon St. ralatte
;: Cat: No. .14 w/hy l steer, giMiil, 1; (Inllun 80.11, ((8)) A-C Malntalners the job. piece ;i (trearl.) Negro adults contact Thompson. t fchs
: (1 X'() 0 1/2 yard. Hark hauler w/rumniln, dliwel.ery The). Commission complimented paper Durham had and told It and the negro :ol.i'ed the ( Prof. ThomplUns RJE High I CLASSIFIED;;! ADS, CALL,: Furniture Repaired

%' gl)4H11| Ujll. laxo Aiiphalt Plant. (IV20 l () TPIII romplcle Champion on his work 1 him they'd ba buck, to collect tory, I School. tf chg I Upholstered &: Refinished
and fully purtiilk.. l 401 the rest Carter rftme the ninin day | AT TilE TELEGRAPH.: FOR SALE!:
t Iliukeyn Dllrlirrj, ((5)) Un- here $6.1'"F.fKI.!: : ., AM) MORE': | mix l\IATrRESSZS'REBUnX
fnln SOD AmpVfMrr, "They showed,, me the wire the con men CAm., and Cutter i, Ready concrete concrete
on the outside of home told Durham he hud been For\ reliable man or woman tol I OFFICE FOR A FREE! block house pier. sand. cement New lantroprinff.
er' ((8)) 'SO Mack I142T Trk Trarturnt, ((3)) '09 IMC MOt Trk FIRST PREHBVmUAN: : my '. ,II service customers In Stark. ,, mortar mix. rocK iteel. I "
TrrturftM| \Vhll, \%CIiT: Trk TrM>......| m) l>ory.. ('lIlm(;.. and *nli| they were burned "rooked. I Full or part time. No investment I TICKET'; TO THE FLORIDA -!, eyater shell Ill-crock roof I IIlravl'l. ,and Box: Sprint

( root liann .anil Nahora. 2111'(> unit 2V Tunilrm. lillUNlilf, II. Walton Grady Minister out. I told 'em the wire looked I Durham la an ex-rnlrond! Write C. R. Ruble, Di loiMlol Ii., Trailer w/alr hrnltrat Jahn 20 ton Tantl..m low Week of Feb. 0-18: the same to me, but they 'worker and! retired due *o a I CO. Phone B64-Z931. KA I-II"
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I F-l P. Box Memphis
I boy! IjiCriHM. 12 ton l.owlxiyi. ((2)) llmlgn Puwrr \\'altlln"l. | Sunday Sunday Hchool, aid, no" Durham *,,1<1. heart concilium.. His wife, Nellie i O. 2447. "tsrke ""he

4 ((2)) '\4 IliMlge. l ltuml"'l| | 'OO Fnril. f4100vl' ...aBTARKE 145934sraar

a ((2)) '1\Ib Ford" Cah-Cliaiml' *! M Ford. .Htrvlr Irk; ((7)) 'M 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship was seven strands. wovenAround four, yean, ever *lnc she suffered FOR RF..NTu"e.. $IO per I WANTED Farmer to saysMONEY ,': .. SI1AULKB.
: I1IC tH l'1u91g0r. lliiMMeiii, ((8)) 'HO F..rd1..1. IIBUP' : W ANT :l) ilALU -21rnarrl..d ,,' /; Startle AgBt
l Orlve' 6- 5:30: p. m Junior Choir prac- IIn.1 that It was 69 ''It stroke, She al..n has I Idllb..l" month. See R. %V. Brannen 520 MUSCLE and MAN,
S Man 1'l.kurnl in ,
$ ((3)) 'Oil AHO Ford men Starke-Ila.-np-
Other Ilcinn! Plikiim| | Iillfrs and ttcu. 0:30: P. m. Evening Wor-; cent a foot now and! would \ ",. They have lived here W. Weldon St. Phone 044-6375 ton area.<< Between 21-40. high HOURS by using CPA's High FOR" SALE-5 room and bath

: On the. Hpot; I'lnanrlng allnlile. to $'....* nn :Major Item* ihip,7p.m. :i be 11.00 a foot If they hail to since' 1933. l l pFmIALF.'HF.LP sxhool. graduate and In good Analysis Fertlllyer! (110-10-10. on 1 acre land S mile West

.. over .IICIO (K:.rept Trucli unit Trall....'.) U'. fomplrle Tuesday Circle II meets I come buck., Carter checked. the rest nt \VANTKD-: health. Training( saUry: $91.OO1 8-24-24. 12-24-241 I GREEN of DuPont plant Lawtey.; Also
Payment Hale' Hay with Mrs. C. T. McMnnui. 101 i "t told I thorn to sign me! CHARGER Ammonium Nitrate
by Huhlrn-Ortiriml (.h..1 l Kwh I the meter In the arn *rd Kxpoilem-cd: typist and general per>" week. Excellent f"lnge 23 acres 12: In )pecan on Rd.
S. ,Ile. ." PimlthKly Nrll' .* To. The. Illghent lll -No Ituy 1I..k.l! Mi'*. R. I' Autrv, 10 a. m. lnhasM, and I hail It to ply In own handwriting to Box Farmers Mutual Exchange. Viola Osborne. Magnolia
"magic" wlrs> If* hop?*) no FR6-S811 for interview. I 1
: IIKRCI'LrM: I'OUIIF.K: (H>. Communicant'. Class, 3.30: p. anyway" CC. % Bradford County Telegraph 4tch_ 213 Shores. Crystal River Fla.
1 tchg'rda
m. Circle I meet! with Mr*. I "They sunlit,, It would FOR SALE REASONABLE:
FDRHs'BIfDTHERS Herbert Oreen. 8pm.WednemUy sine ansi I told '.,m I didn't Durham was.Motions I BAiE:: Solid rubber tile| _- _'
1 MUk Cow; 2 30O-lb. Bull 2
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I Deacon 38" thick. Beautiful color i FOR RENT One bedroom
ti 77'S' \ Insurance ? Mare*. BOO and 800 lb*.: 1 7-
Meeting 7IB: p. m FFA WeekIs { Filed Direct from factory at prices newly decorated garage apartment
tnmiftu Lincoln Nebraska ThursdaY Senior Choir Call The Man From jou can afford M. R Judd. mo. old colt: 1 J1og.C.. Also 3 bedroom house
: .un.11O; In City Suit i "....U* F.LFRS": : I II IJ 1 137? Slade Maxvtlle. 1 tp I .
practice, 7 p. ",. ii Lafayette St. Phone 964 on Klngsley Lak One sleeping
DeclaredMayor --- -
: tQUIFMlNr/ AUCTION IMttSHIf S/MCf/ 1931 Friday World Day of[ J i fieorge E: .....Ru. S331! Call evenIngs, ttchg/ FOR SALE Must McrlTice room. Mr*. J. M. Mitchell
Several additional motion I I
Prajer, 10 a. mDon't Run. <1al F. Chltty :. Keystone Heights Agt For"Traveler OFFICE-----MACHINES-- --- 19A3 Falrlane Wagon auto. phone 884-1031.: Ilchg

_. & signed to a suit *g Unt the City of la*. I matte trans white side waiT I
.-t.-- -- -- ..- Tuesday night a pro- CLEAVED REPAIRED .
: I -- .' u c : .. U I clnmnllon declaring the weekof I Starke and the B:jrttordi I I'ainipnlca'. I II STARKE TYPEWRITER I I tires. radio. heater.! Will sell LAKE GENEVAINDUSTRIES

i County Commission Mosquito: Tel 473-4693 I at wholesale. 311 N. Church
I February' 13-23 .. Future I J Day SERVICE i I Int
Farmer of America Week In Control DUt let have been filed 473-4325 Nit.. 1M. 3khc 220.
I. iv>t 51 I. "wle ,
Miss the Famous I Stark I" In Clerk of the Circuit Auto Fire Hum. BIIHIHMonthly | >... tf FOR RENT:- -"Small-! -furnished- MOBILE HOMES

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-. I Court Charles Dub, office' I'Un. AUTO SALES
The proclamation Pmjrnwnt LOST' 14 k gout charm brace; :I: apartment. Private entrance
Week !| for the City of USED!,; FURNITURE
N4tlnnal FFA Attorney
1 let. several charms Int M A.L1 I 1 I S4S per month. UtUitle furnlsned.
which" fall. on the same dates.! !i Starke.. J. Lance L-aonby of Mrs. Ancll Norman Reward Call MM Uene Long. M. R Judd. 127 Lafayette > AND APPLIANCES

U was presented to the mayor |(I Oalneevllle. h.. filed a n .)- < Phone 944-5951. Call "Alwajr Below Market
I I FOR RENT: FURNISIfED! : 964-5941! 1 chg :
i. : Tuesday' night& at the regular I tlon to dismiss the ease a- evenings. 2teh 26 and CLEAN
OTMMO 0 0 Y 'lovely modern one bedroom RENT -------
council meeting" by BUrkaFFA far KOR Nlcery furnished; -
lAlniit the City motion) D iplet' apartment Large : .. I'I'I i iI |1 .Plo Cady OIIEV That InpubDrive *
Chapter President GUnfUpp a more definIte! sUUemfnl' of I bedroom ('oUa. Lane! llrInt - -- -
closets private! driveway nice a Little-Save
and Hecrvlary: John the .UPI.\Uon. of Ermle Jones room and kitchen Modemeonvrnlencrs B*: UR.E TO sa World 800
location near BHS. Well- before Latrtake
buying any other En- a
Odom I III Horace and Esther Sanders.the Newly painted
heated Renner apt*. Apply crrlopedia. ),I. A. Payne, your Geneva !Mobil. Home
The document stated "the pUliHlf. and an inter.an ,I 1 Large cl: M-U 614 Lake St '
633 McMahon St tfchf oral representative alnr I IBSA
; Future ..nn..r..f America rxvt U.lhof propertydamage Adult Mrs A. F Saul. 631 and .Park
P. O. Box 603 I"honen...
STAGE SHOW since IU establishment la 10.8 ansI for the rames! of ron'HIsr Hou; tatter MrM.hon. 8t tfchg tferte 1 ml. South of Keyiiton

ha. become on. of the irr-t rye-witrteMes Also" the Inter can be moved. on your own l lot. ..- ._ ._- Height on Hiwar 100
I bulwarks of the Arnerlcsn way rote tory rfque-t like theprop.rty'ow'iwrs J. B. \\'hit., phon MI-ldAI FOR HALF Fill dirt. top soil.tractor STORE BiriLDISa' 30. SOft .

; of life through Us pl"Oa.lI.'UNIOI .* i qisatkwsa<< about 31 the 211 work. new and vdbnlkllng for rent at 411 East: Call. ) FOR KoUr.s.3: 1%. Libert7

HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM ; *tlnl the a rlcultur l In. In. fir., and how It uppli. W T Jacknun St. Lron Dtcandlo. Rt. 1 bon 'Trailer. excellent for coupl.
FOR AALF.54 l'unttac. nice OutMIng Material and Ms.chinery U8. Starke. 2tp 3 13tOH ,
I terriU of thy Country" started sod when It w_. reported PtioiM Keystone Heights 4714711 -
II I : .1 eonttttlon." Phon 944 U. Supply Phone 9440 SALE OR RD.-r.i: bC'd. .

FRIDAY FEB. 7-8:00 P.M. City Clerk I II I 1 trhg I home .
I The plaintiffs .llef. thatprvpertr room on lsri lot In Per 8U Blooming Pot

I I. Coordtnater n>iiR'F.' -. 4 room furnished; city Garden space and (war Plant Pariay. PetunU.
owned' bY them *sdiinig.ii < I : T.ER'ICF.:
apartment. Private blalI /\. g_. Inc fruit tree (3.500 Cash rsVndula.. Snap Draton AJ*.J
frorn a fir that
JLIn Person JLX StInKY .\'II I 110OR: '
: For IIMC I spread from the Ctty-ownnI< I,I h_L 331 Clark St. Mr.. O L. BI''I'r' t.I) FAAtI'ClLIt1 or MO pr monUt. M4-2O33 ahrubberyMr*. V. R Frguon. .

: SUrox. 1 Up Ratcw4.d north orStaII.
*_ro*( dump on the Old I Itch* Y'4.
Merrill Rdwardi. city cleaof ---nn rtxnurr"lit : ....
? Pnor- -un. tfclw
j La*ley Road to their a4Ju1nInc Voa Mr ('Iu.nct'
8Urke. has received *n appointment -I RAI r- 3 acre farm with! -- ---- -
a* "Northern' Florida pn>pI'rtJr. 4 bedroom! rnnd 1rn frame >_iiT 9 .%. >,. _t r. )I.I'll. 1'. rno-mox rr.P1IONV FOR REKT- bedroom' *pr7.

I TOMMY SCOTT'S SHOW I Conference CoordInator, farth -: They are aklnf for' M.4 JO -house, 1&i mu>* West of IA.a. .- .... 9.4'33IIII 944-4 1 ISMOITT -nt 109 P- CaD Whitened

InternallMul Institute of 1 tn tUrruur The County ., For Information call 7<334 S. Tb.n in 19 N.-.... *r "S-ltt3 nro., 1-0771.. 4tchg 2 T7-

Municipal Chfll< t tlsvnvs th-t (the" MoequUo, Con- ,V lIp 3NTWLT fl31TTht-m! E: noW'ELI Mfl 'Rayriond Crv.biBEtMTZR.W

Edwards: wa notified of th* 1,I trot District doe not. own nor NEW & t'SEI) w. Wlr.* no.-. Aaiwbin. AMOCSfor bszfls
HOOTENANNY GANG .. and the! and hu not DUCOfHTTO fumIsJved -
aptmlntntrnl I this! .k operate dump CII.USS U'FOf'Monumenb Breeding .
apartment". One and a. a.* Key.
nnJtuved .It TumKt..yhe et any (tree for an Incendxry 1- b.d.zvcni.. R--* le. $30 ('p tone "milts. .".41'04.' T W

rltIU.'I'' re.tiUr roeetlntThe purpuae Ufhl' and water furnished n.p.2lf'0111 .Make EUkrr, 1/1/ Don. Lake O'nrra.

Stars of Radio -- Records Movies TV eowvctl* unntmou4y: I., Contact 411 Center 81.r McCulIoch Dealer _____ UelwFDR
pi&s.4. a ntaLton r.*o.nuun phon 9447191* Marker Etc. SALE Whlc.Octrma
I Fd..r-te for the apcotnunont I.OOKIM I : tehg -
\VUron in A IlH 'r heebeg wpp Inquire at
and eipres-mc ptesiire at U "
co-si( -oNs) mtn: nv I'ot.BARGAIN. ziP rooE A Stratlon
publtrlly the po-UK>n "Ill A ST vur-j ron C. S. NerweombPIMM Ahe s IaUosI. Lawicy, Itehiflee' !
I bring the City .f 9arke. ? Florida Saw Co. '. penacq rOA".n.b.-
American Legion & High School Glee. ClubS The rtev Cuordin14r. "r" : 4I-I3I Icceit ..... 3S-4$. for ,eOnnoetdtt! <

I Ort iou W.,-'iT' tdnn_, I9Th DrlT V. E.PARia0 .not coU.u-ttn _
ha* been rlt) eletk W inre >o 250 OFF '-. -.-... -- of
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Adults $1.00 Children 75c bee I. !.}.. Joined the InternlMiaI thai your bu-tnem It cotsweal roAl,.....,U1.3.11 BI'UZFN0T4y-4 AIU*.XCE4 od", tamirane* covpuije*

otcanUutMtn of hlprofeulonal h cVhlnt Tat Me A IUItai to UcI PW Uvtf. our buslnr '< Good .... gfT1gr1ors. ..... 441

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Get Your Ticket From Glee/ Club/ J.nu.ry 1M9 aM hi b'mrvenetuivd RouU I, Btsrfe. or phone 4734tM bane en ICUvKUry Late ptn. Ouua.n.re1UlC. -'r. -wtct. Staruax. wUary HWk
or toe rderlp| ann Builder Hardware ee on $rm.. uth' W-2'II1.' 4 '" IJJ tfeb ....e w Wt ff156 Wneflta.haw .

<"<. ...*,It 9 MM rltr ckfk MIM& M tMMt' bUb. arhaol
.A t'I'I'I.uHR rrm sAtae. .* bxtnwmirt J:3&PI.OT'WF.'f'r: .
and like errVMU. _ayIIIIII'C'Isttlh runu-Jed a .rsinws and fetaw
a *Mdtt
Legionnaire far.\WMt< ., sntornI1ho.a "*'. .-;..n..ewJ: and rearral eXw .
I In ....ryT a 38.t .:. Call SI. .. pttw at rear ml *-.. I7S swuatl a taaM4MV. Writer
In 8&nlota IletihIarb.aa. n-p r---Tv, p >'vat 94- N Tp1. Are. Cal' 1U-2MI .
M.at.. Cmnada.. and 11 forrUtl 0 9n* Xn.: tft.atb. Pia"AGE
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H I forco .after defeating IM once--I our bad nights! They have won I You'll\ probably be hearing a

on their court by the Just about as many game. Mwe lot about the !game between
ce (tt/. Farmer's Diary That same nlRht. Terry will'' have. now and then because the Tornadoes -
PIty, Lake City. and they are a When the District Tournament want to make a good,

*hix<-ln for a victory over the was held here lust yen Mhowlng;_ and the only way
By Sam McGarveyI I
'risen.. If Stark beaU Live you may..be able to remember they enn do It In to have the

oik.. then!' tho championship' I Ivlll how It was when the Tornadoes Mchonl and the community Behind
Meet The Challenge -- Or Else! I shudder to think of 10 0011l'hl'krn" \ bo between and Terry.I plnyil Ijjke City. There was a them.
Uk.d u'k
quacking. S S load of Lake City supporters. -Charles
:Merchandizing methods in the U. S. enviable position of having a monopoly x I.list week. In front of the on- at. the !ffnmo. that rime: clou
are undergoing a tremendous revolution on trade. lie blamed the Lilt de- But why not in .il-pn) .' t iit> ti-hool at a pep rally. I tn raising th. roof There was
faun an.mal: ? One. t thi1 l \\ .<\nM i 1 '
and retailers in the CBD (Central line on obsolescence that has been I'" u-h t tjind told the students i, n substantial number, of Stark
be ridden:! like 1hn:' ,: \ Methodist Church
Business District) of our old. established allowed to take over buildings! and milk like. *a cow plow likr .1> .,f t the upcoming event anduulr rmtplethere!> aUt. 1 llttwrver., Ih,

towns face a choice-they can either management methods. mule give wool Ilk,. a *hi'.M' nn enthusiastic pledge to Timers\ won the game by nearly

"fight fire with fire," or face the<<: alternative ]- "Merchantsho:\ have been able] to I produce!' pJrk like!' a hon ant v.ione" of them. I! 3D points. Tliuvid.lv. FYb -Cottage
of losing more and more of maintain themselves in the past simply i eat trash llkj a goat'! | Ho started t by telling of the Terry: has' beaten IM twice Prayer :Meeting i\t home of
will SMayhapi I tnurniimcnt, and) Just what will but by no more than. t t.i' :Mrs Fosttr Slit Smith, 10 a.
their volume to space age competitionfrom because:: of a virtual monopoly More mild weather last i
be happening The student polnt.i both tlmos Last week m. Story Hour< for
: It would be mast I
modern shopping complexes. have to change: their methods or face I week bi ought on the (first sUns a Lf& ,
i curious looking citttcr but tj3g i wi-iv !lmpresHe. l with the Im- Wfl cnm so closo to upsetting ,mil Junior chiKlt-n. 3:30: p
Faced with this inevitable choice it extinction, was this observer's blunt of prlng our Jal; i>ane quinceIs .
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think whet a sm'lug it v uld\ I""? IIn. of the event and hal i them that. It utmost hurt. m. Cottage Prayer Meetingt
blooming we huviolet" '' I
is hard to understand why any existing wit ruing.! : bf! Instead of all :the Hnlnini" I I it wn Imperative that ill of j I W* hive, got ti> r-ent Llvr the paiNonigi with Rev
at dooistep. and the redbud i
business would choose the rocky road to Starke has much to grain by heeding our ; : listed farmers c mltl. ron -entrnte them plan to mark the il.it* on J O:\lt. to get another crack al iiiul !Mrs Brabham 7 30 p. m
oblivion by clinging to outmoded meth- this warning and listening:: to this aH I llu'lr cnli'nd.trs I'e-rry!II Hundiiy. ......b. I 9 Church
ods. We are told that many of the \'I Some commendable efforts I 1 I Ills request was that hI' School 0 U i a m !Morning
also show- I
Our dogwoods are ( 0 \( II f. \"it IIV-4
mushrooming> shopping centers would have been made by a few of our central ins Mans of life and we hop. tut: lit the t U'n, \\nntol every student Hitting In Here's what you ,enn tlo' VV01-ship. II 1m. ynack Supper -
1SSI Mt: \ lir()ri>:.sr:
never have been built if merchants of business district merchants to meet they will bloom this season. though for tXl( 1.1\' it M-i" the town's existing central business district competitive conditions in the past:: yearor 'that almost nnythtnv: I Is IVJ.H-) lie his cnllml. for it showing I Oak At II pm Krl.l.iy. "Pei' tl. I a tU'ket from. the rhpt'l.I..rl. l > Meetings, 63''I p in Evt'n In.-'
had taken the "stitch in time." so, but these efforts have not been I', The weather Ill!'.) brought I ible We do think that of /nil '' of the most ""..purl that ItIS) I at the :Suwannre' CU'lnllfrl.. I to rlil on the bus over to th I p. m Chan. i"I i Choir resoarial. -
This i is the position in which Starke sufficiently extensive.To on the berry plants faster than the animals lUt.-d Intro luc- funs can mine. for a basketball culture C.II"'IIInl tn yell i I (time. It'll only, b.. about. twr :Monday.: p n1 T l'b 10 -Metho-,
make and growers want and unl1IIWI'I lion of the goat Into the strain i: gnme ll>> him. simply, asked I I their heads' off for the Tornn-" |, hits soil vl'rv..I.v: run have r
really impression
finds itself today. Thus far our central an I list Men's Cl'ib meets In Felownhlp
would bo the most hllil.\rdl'u for .10"t s Ito toM' th..nth"t. If I II I time, with elx. -
rnave a freeze: noon( the crop the entire fliiilent' body to good' nvervboilv *
business district has ] meet competition offered by .
largely escapedthe eye-an-I S SThe I 1U11 7 p. mTuesday
nil) come Into production before how that they are brhln.l their I|I every tine at HUH wanted to I As an AI n.T gift[ uprnrloail a '
murderous ccmpetition of fringe- pealing shopping centers the efforts by I[ Feb 11 Cottnu
i the market will open One critter might be produced tM,.ketl> .ll team lit/ vry way. sea the jtumr. that ho wouMp of frlemlK ant l rite l nyc>
area shopping centers except, of the central business' district must he good thing about this season, UltlIIc1! br a a. rlitlr.-I Ianlmll. by mtpporUntf thuui l \the District I' .r )itilv soa. to It that therewould tn Live Oak v"r\.lv': 'Is plan Prayer Meeting at horns "

course those of cities within 30 or 40 11-inclusive and embody 1new approach howevir. Is that there U plenty give milk. .plow on ocrnslon. i Tournament In 1.1\'. Oak. ho trnnnportatlon, fin fling( to il> whnt they can li. Mrs. K. K. Terryman. 10 A. m
miles. And the fact is, that our CBD of working together for the I of moisture In the around five wool be edlbl i nU.t \teek I each and every on.. of them, urn you' tit gi) to the game Vesleyan Service Outlit\ meets
merchants may stave off the "inevit- common !good. This will call\ for a degree S S like pork-and all:! that hut I S S S I If II took r\rr>' 1''".. (hut Niiuniil If von' ,,,,,'101.1 ruiht now thuvou In Fellowship Hall. with Mrs

able" for many years to come-if they of cooperation, even among com-, Alice's camellia I la Paul Surgeimtl to what avii'l! If It smelled) l.k-I'I There Is no bettor t time far by Itntilfurtl. ('.unity. I II are. gnlnif. Antl want t. J. H Illxun and Miss M
take steps now, while there is still time, jietitors. I la In full bloom now a goat? S S ,I our school sprit tn bo '1own I I think h. esinlil tin 111! support' the Tis an. Carol nosscnt' hostesses!
to revitalize our central] business( (us- Such cooperative ('f'fortA'oul(1 be I and that so encouraged her r Ir than with thla opportunity The. Tornuilors huvn beat. I hive! n 1t".1. I I lino In the mean 7:30,: p. m.W..dnflhIY..
trict.It particularly appropriate at this time I that she went out anti bought For what the ida 1 Is worthwe \During'<< the week. lHS! ...Mh.r. i, l.lv. Orik "n..... by II margin whilo 1t..I01I I' friends to gi Feb. nPr.
hereby prewnt It to llvplatfoim
has been suggested that the best since scenes will be filmed in the cent two other varieties We'vedone 'IpoUU..1 will have, an tnlhustoatle campnlxn clinic.. to ten points% Ttio Pullli'g I with\ you
rbminitters of Ivith ;
t Pr Meeting and flub!. Sturl'
/solution for the small town's CUD, in tral buinesH district this spring by i little with camellias because parties for the coming to bring out support,>. < < ha\',' .best us on.by >nr \\'i. can chow the other town-
the I! they are BO slow grow to the IJve Oak 111-ll'nllm..nr. | |1"1 liil t In em'h ln.tinci! the what gixHl. Old Htark' spirit. I 7 p m Chancel' Choir rrheartI. .
now completing new
would be a
facing up to competition, to company convention They anal .
ing and so high priced but 4 On KiKl.iv. ."..h I II. t th. I'mnadorv ,Inner ''u .playing on t their Ilk1It \I. 7:30: p. m
convert itself into what is actually a color movie that will tell the story of the bush that Is blooming Is ways trying to iv-Ip the fifm '
will ihiNt I, 1 I t.iv horns.uurt '" irolnif to, I... i a very tmrMittiint Thursday., Fro. 13- Cott
< go up ig >>
Starke and Bradford industrialists er. ao let' see 'which one can
"regional] shopping center" in the down- County -| a beauty and that makes!!!! you
"II.lrJII1IIro OHk In the firm tUIII\.t) II \> .ill | When we plrtMst l.lvo Clak). I Tournnnmnt' Why no Prayer. Meeting at homo
come! first with the -
and television station-
town Remodelling inside and out over : want more of them.!!
area. I farm animal b.* ii s home gnnip foi.' I.1 V' (I'inlanil 'I' In Live Oitk. I Hirv itlil mil hnvrthi ita. what. vitn "''''\. snl yu o' .
throughout the U.S. The will \ 'tr leone Hug gins, 10 a. m
lines of merchandise'
expanding provid- company I they' ulll- 'h. ..ot. I I'-i i (full) I < .atti I t 'niltini ,' to ing ample parking space, and doing the film scenes of the parade during the I|I Our don Facliile has a rival ,
right promotion would forestall the development Strawberry Festival] this spring, as it at our place and Is not very \ -- -A

of a competing shopping cen- passes through the business happy about It. A brown-and-I
dl"trict.\ meandering'
\| white male dow .
ter on the outskirts of town, pulling remaining At the present! time there :
along the highway tuined In
central] business areas! along Call Street that definitely
trade from the :: i I at our driveway and when. ,
district. would not make. a good background) in i I challenged by Faddle he

Besides! major renovations there area a film to be used for advertising purposes. -I dimply! lay clown and rrfutcd Report to people who

number of minor improvements that :' to fight Hut he a'so refused : are:

have been suggested to start the ball It; is:: strongly recommended! that the to go away. and wi didn't

rolling toward revitalizing the CR I>. owner of each business:: building in the I' have the heart to drive him

These include: an attack on the parking CBD do a bit of soiil-senrching during off The situation ls not so
the next few weeks and ask himself bad most of the 11m,. but ,
problem (partially solved in Starke by
the elimination of parking meters) ; re- how he would like his. property to ap. I,I come. feeding time our place I I
sounds like the
lion' hous-
routing through traffic from the centerof pear in the forthcoming color film. If.'I; at the BOO with all the growlIng going to buy a new car
town so that customers! wanting to this question la answered( honestly, and snarllnjc.Seems .

stop and shop can do so (likewise accomplished some improvements should be noted I
in Starke by the reroutIng u along Call Street between now and : like someone with a

of US. 301)) ; the elimination of April. whole headful of brains Is
unattractive overhanging signs, so that There is nothing wrong with Stark, bu'y all the time Inventing

the view is not obstructed! : razing unsightly central business district that a little things for farmer. Latest on. the 60
( building (a start has also practical l planning and cooperative w. heard of la a tractor rtc- in next days

t been made on this along Call Street) ; effort cannot remedy. It has even been 'IMuggt'llted tinged to run on water as w..U'' :
that all-out cooperative u on land Wet ai It sets out
and the me of greenery in the form of an

shrubbery or flowers in the shopping "work day" be staged for putting each our machine way like around that sounds Lswtey.lOts a C a**.

district. "Esthetics is good business' ," business place in ship-shape! condition a good Invention as often w<

nay the experts. before spring. This. would! lie a wonderful have more land below than

One economic consultant recentlysaid. cooperative .effort if it could above waterWhat I
"America is being rebuilt from lie worked out. Mucji can be accomplished S S FORD) WINS MOTOR TREND) "CAR OF THE YEAR" AWARD

scratch." In a ]let's-face-it warning he by individuals but much we ("ould1'1(0\ th

declared that the old, established! cen- more could l Ill' accomplished by cooperative chicken farmers that Isa '' '

tral business: district is no longer in the effort. hybrid bird that could 1 get along Motor Trend muKuino'a: 'ov.t..1 l "Cur (lr( 1"t.llrTn'ncJ'.lltJr : : 'f t :
better on our wet land ..
say a chicken crossed with a the Year" nwnnl wits won this year not by 'Lart"l. :LJ'd :

Can Make The DifferenceThe duck It sounds< like an Inter just one car, hut by the v. hole", "Kuril line, ,- 'n" full story of .','(if.. '
eating Idea, but It makes us Kurd, KnirUn. ""'aft-un.ltn.) ThurulrrbmlSmKlc howth.MntswTrrnIsilitcin .. :it,"', ,. I
tragic increase in juvenile court and public acclaim. for Ih part In the I *! out (for special i tribute was Kuril's analyzed l and. : //I I

t offenses has become a national problemof training. of American! youth in character ....................., unique concept of toUl jirrformanrp! -j a l>lrml I rvuluatrd' the car 'I 'i' .. I

the utmost Importance and a solution values, citizenship: skills and attitudes of jwiwrr and' a.'f.T.., itiml: riundlinjt. I balance ran I be found In the 'r'.it.J. '
U beset on every hand by complexities anl) physical (ltnf''''''. Bayless Hiwayn 'f':" v.- ..
ami. cornering ability braking nail, February issue ot' J
and difficulties.] A wide variety of events and programs ; strong ,

This fact alone gives! high significance will take place during 'Boy Mrs. O. C. Crb tiM-li. MiJurubility, &tu pni ij j in coniHt-titlvp| Motor! Trend. And' 3t I.: ';

to Boy Scout Week to be observed Scout Week. Beyond these' the hope U ..a ea a now roinMCAY; HKI.FSmuse VII< tunes (from coast to ri).ul. the full meuninn of ... .
I a.A.A. A a.a a aa a j
during the February 7-13 period. that the publicity and notice they )you A IIKTTKK CAR Motor' Trrrwl'g citation also. saluted! the total 1 performance ) \

Theme America of the Scouting week Can las, "Strengthen Make The create more boys will to encourage join their )local more Scout and or day Neat at tha"iUtvrdsy churcl' will If the b*w work...ther Most automotive rntcinrmi will tell you hat t>art F'ord'a' racing prcfttraru baa |>Ltyit. | in the run IM> foumT; "nl: yoijr Ford Dealer'! Stop In

Difference"> and It can ganizationand. additionally. will lead permits. All men and buys the!' track i. one of their moat valued' u *hnllbt.'ntor ilrvrloiinirnt, of' totAl! f 1f(411iilaI1'e.( tallies I / and, tr.t-drtve M 41. Ki'"rd. J'A rtan.. Falcon

The Scouting movement locally was their elders to do whatever they canto Ira bultra urged will. Uk to com hirsch help to churthli Th .... -nlurftnc. run arxf' rtM" 'inK <,aries.it\ l bby fir Thurwlrrbird, ', Se* for yourseLf why Ford

never stronger perhaps, with active! advance the work and! the Ideal., i the noun ..... I Fur rumJ'J, trark l'fIlTlJI.titiun l led l iJirnrUy dupJineh' an> other form of ti.*<.ir\-j\:[ t'rlrn..1 l the till, "Car of the Year".

Cub dens going, and a Boy Scout Troop that Scouting stands for. | Wfkrn4 rust I'I. of lUv .n
approaching. a membership of 50. Ac- We salute] our Scout, our Cub, and < Mrs C A Crosby w.r. th.*lr |' \'- t engine: LrtUr bkxk, irnpnwl ,__toN, I

tually. there U a need l for the organi- tho* In position of leadership who I _.tn-le. .iw1 improved itrorwr
If the ,
zation of other troop. proper and Mrs J.... ,."..'". an.11'
are giving *o much of their time and!
leadership could! be found. rhiblrvn of Wister OsnWn. andICnl and |M/U.) SM W*) -

For 51$ yearsTbe! Boy Scout* of America eneriii to help make Scouting "make .n Wayn Thomas of ColumlMu. '[ Such improvement C'f'jntnt"ko' not ottly toFord's I. I ,

I movement ha* enjoyed success the difference." G*. j' kinrtini track re-corti, but aIM tu the. nJlltl.AC ; :. I :

Mr .n4 Mrs.. Jerry l>ysl andrhlhtrvn ,
w.r. w*.k...4 ....U !toW. performance! -* to imrj' rtaflt t/ y(*tir ",,,,out,, l I; I I 5,

Blood When You Need It of Mr an<.f Mr Arthar Hewitt ;nrrryojjr:;: ;H 1'iThg.; : clI.om : ;I ISOD.
SJVl. family |III OhMchufco" ., i I I I I

Women are responsible>( I a* everyone idea from the Federal) r.f'.W'rve Bank Mr sad Mr*. Ours Ahrarv Ford Dealers) offer wide selection canal ; I

known for many wonderful and important .system. of handling: money around 1 the rMt-l ak. ,*/_t.. Mr sad. --

advance. in modern life. This country She interested this American W,. Mr IA'y.r.a' to.AutourtMteU Thus "Car of the. Yri\r" r,.>rM". in I aura and
I.. of modern system of blond Association of BU-I lUnka in the idea *,.r th. _..... j
true our 4-1 mri>i iU.. ArvJ I twrau* (J this dtyOOOl'V*

banking 'whereby" each of UII can give and in )10$ I the American Ked rroaa aM Mr rMfcVvn sad Jof,. of r m JsrkMiTlIt.. RtsnWy. your KonJ I MJrr al 410 .ha.i an usually! : '.. f r/i/// // Ford letiter Declare 64
blood 'locally and have it credited tn a also began to cooperate.
friend or relative who U ill in a distant Now blood l I banks throughout th* spent .the wwrhtMd wttp.9Sat. .., j. variety A trw: -ttM on hw ',.:fl *f lilt 1'/w Year of the Ted Drive"

city.The country credit each: other Hut: they 1M Playd er-tor. Try him.
woman responsible in this caeU have to credit and exchange only what Mr aa.t Mr*. Albert' M'ssaa f Th.*. "Car: of th* Yeur" award aaluttM Ford'"
of fi.l*.*Tfl*.. mad MrMr .... ,
1 )lu, Bernice Hemphill of San Fran. you donate. So if you are In gnnl .*. 1 II ..p.av. ./ Jset. total' |!.irfforma/u?. Hut the turn U;Ul

cUco, wife of a captain in the L'.S.Navy. health and between 21 1 and 6O) yean .... .- -..--S ........ of l-rl..tNM.I/ .i fast word, until you tAi

She was recently-r.8.acclaimed by of f'Jt age, rive i'rgilr4j' at your local |JM> O K Cva.ly.Mr. .. fM ell ,.... :......;:< national magazine a. lAdy
)Month. blond bank or collection center. Nothing Acwfc- OMim of >1.,%, t)it& >m th* ,road't tTS
Tn 1 U than bk.,.l to to >t. me ..,. sad Mr*. W C
A. director of a large hank in San more imrort.ant w.,.. **. ran are oh a chonif* from the pad

FrmncUco.. she rot the blood credit the peraon who neda It. : Mr sal W,.. "" ... IIrI..u -". that& 1'11IIt: 1 ,,'",'> mz4r it imnmiiaUrwhen' !

mad rlMMr' *' ., .1..._. yo>t.t SI.,.". Item. Ho com In. Take U tdnve

... ytod', Mr. a4 Mr. t. /jrltA. r,,/, ./,.aA/oetA4r. u./.*..Th711sh1w !
) A. OM*>T l-* m.jy ..gt*.
yo.j a brawl. Mr a dO THE OftAoroRO COUNTY TEUGRA .ft...... tarn ,.-.1./ j.- U/UHy nrw

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tc: __ II .. eec_ cs..o.. Mgvs IU TWSps. *15144? II I' a S.Wld __ TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

.? 0.-. A. .ee.as.. r\.A.. IJ.sm An 0w__ .. .... Tr.sntn -
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D TKAOK: aJUEA OftB TXAH Ua . act ) fefflt Ma* pis4 pIi.4

ot.9fIUD& TftA.DU .AJtJIt4 CII'f1I' T14.ft $4 IS . &IX wiaI P"- ,. .. W.-4-" 1Na ._ %!04 w'" MUl)% lcT1E1T I'llO.NK: 94MI4I' & STARKC. FLAw
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VyyvyvvyyyyyvyvyyyyyvyV-V-Vyvvvyyyvyyyyyvyyy C YT. ,wvvvwvVVVVVwv1 Lively and Hilda Wise. 10th Johnson In Lawtey on Sun Wednesday afternoun

grade Martha Scott. Cathy J. C. Weeks of Clia'
; day. I
KEYSTONE{ HIGHLIGHTS MELROSE Webster. and Carson Johntry. Mrs. S. P. Sashoff is home S. C. spent the weekc-. :
WHERE ELSE! llth wad and Ann Bowen from Alachua General Hos his family.

and Susan St. John. 12th I Mike Simpson of Inu*
;" By Mary K. Schaeffer by: Mrs. Alice) Rotbhammer {' pital. i .
Ernest Weeks
i By Ann I'HU grade.A Mrs. Martie Chamberlain. en : .1

k ........ .... of Windsor were visitn, :
: .yy. .T. Valentine dance sponsored and Mrs. Loraine Howell of
.....SflkkSAAkSSASSSSSflSAAAAS. .. .. .. .. .. SSASa last
--'- SCHOOL :NEWS' by the Beta Club will beheld Micanopy were guests of Mr. Annie Sikes week

OPENING DATE l man of I Where else Suppose I sot Students who made the Friday night Feb. 14 ; and Mrs. Dock Tison and I Johnny Mikell the weckena of J II. -.

The Keystone Height I, i cure ----------I stuck, with that title but. a 1 honor roll at the Melro&e High' starting at 7 o'clock 11thl' family on Sunday. ville spent
Woman's Exchang3 will hav > i ii i ing ( cafeteria. Admission will be1! his family Mr. and MiH -
of Etowah. "
-4 newsman cohort of mine. Sam I School: for the third six w-eeks Mrs. W. B. Dunn
i! ooening date postponed I call him I MuGurvey said its' not the 1 period include: straight A's. ', one book or 35 cents. R !resh- t Tenn. is visiting Mr. and Mrs ry Grainger.

f.om Feb. 1 till Feb. 8. due ta | l literature. Those who signed i name of the column: but what'i, Randy Duel 9th grade; and merits will be served at no' extra W. D. Isenhower. I I Mi-s.! P. D.: Mann o> !K,

the fact that during the bad > eje-wills last week included : I Donna Marsh. 12th grade charge. These and other ; and Mrs. Tom Watson hcme is visiting her bi
; ,
>.',''ather the shelves could not Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Trlcst In It that makes people read) straight A's and B'., Edward '' books the club Is col1l'ctlnll'' of Jacksonville spent Sunday; (,) Steve Jo>ner. and hem
it l>on't know whether mj j ;
hi', readied for merchandise. ; Lculs Kyle. Mrs Dell Kyle I will be donated to the Raifoid' Mrs. Lou Marshal. inAuffuxtlne
be- Bowen Pat Harris Mark Bud with Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Rob- .
However If you were dls- Bill Davle Mrs Lucille Davie! e' new townspeople were Just and Dell Match tt. 7th grade Stats Prison library. inson. t this week
: i
I did V I'
.;.pointed.; be HUI-C tr come 'The Frank Doyle family of 4 ''te C Ing nice or not. but get Marlene Odom Lloyd Baldwin. CLUB MEETINGS: :' PFC Marvin Tyer of Ft.I'| Weekend visitors at
to Arnold some favorable comments. ; of the Melro.se I i nome of Mrs. Callie R- i
V cYn the opening at 10 a. Larsen. Mr. Edith David Wilson. David Oaboardl Winners Bliss! Army Base Tex. recently -
.' m this Saturday. The Worn- ] LaiBftn.,, Mrs Betty H Scwell New Councilman Bill Warren Becky Buel and Naomi Duplicate Bridge Club for last visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Vlra Hel'rlng1'1'
) is of I L. Oscar D.il also Sunday School Su-, 1 Include! the following and Mrs. Bob Smith ot t
.ID'S: Exchange a project I' ;lwlll. MnLutilU Vaughn. 8th grade; David week : Mrs. J. B. Bennett and: son ;IMi's. 1
HK Keystone Heights Worn- Baldwin Bc'iiJ.imln\ A. Pitts. perlntendent at the Community Brantley and Diana Mlnton Mrs. Clarence Maxson and.,, J. B. Bennett and son. sonvile: John Bern,

nn'i Club, and will occupy the and Mrn. Elizabeth! Ann I'lLts 1 Church said he fouls. 9th grade; Sara Baldwin Mrs. If. c. stgur first place: ,, Rev. Frank Bennett of Live ,|I I Gainesville: Mr and \:

building formerly occupied by 'j''I' FIIIB: I1KIT. MOTKSTine and always did feel from the Kenneth Tomllrtson Jean Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss 1 lira OaJc were guests of Mr. and< Clarence Memory of Sal.. .
Agency'c time he here, that Word has been r j
Reynolds Inxurance KeyHtunc Heights. Volunteer was new i Hlllyer. second place. Mrs. ,I I !Mri.\ F. H. Butts ori Saturday. |
the Stcadham buildin. Fire Dept." tncl TUl'lIddY(| there Just wasn't any place l, Emory Cooper and Mrs. R. F Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Easter- :' from from Rev. and1 l

( '.. Perhaps you. too wlllj night. Jan. 7 1, with nix members -I like KeyHtone ami' had been derson Is. the former Linda 1! Vogh. third place; and Mm I big and children of Eau Gal- ;, Clarence Kinzer. Missw' .

.. n tribute merchandise to the absent. :I a wanting to nay what I ...alII l Walker of Keystone d.iushtei Paley Boyd and Mrs. John lie spent Saturday with Mr t)| to Mwanza. Tanganyika .

Fvi hanije-Tor sab on COl -, Chief Everett Fox t-eportr 1 .I + last week for :a long timi'. > of Mr. and Mr*. LJndaay I!, Strawn, fourth place. j I and Mrs. Olynn Rothhammer they are all right aft! i V
-- .i"nment., ho following calls for December !- \ Bill's another one of thuxa Walker. I I Several I members of the and family. little upset there a coup

U OMAN'S, tl-UB : Dec. 3. fal fl alarmat Two' olflrliil. of the National I-ensile of 1".lm"'r., devote-your-tlme and develop''' Mrs. M. C. Berwick! from'' Home Demonstration Club I i I Mr.' and Mrs. Lafayette I I weeks ago.!

On Tuesday afternoon Jan, Hill Few's liouxe: Dec. 5. \Viii. K. linker, of Ijtkf <...n.\II. exerutlvn''' \ .lie. preiililriit und your-tulont Keystone residents. LouisvIlle Oil.. i is visiting, Mrs I met Thursday for a work day Brlnson of Jacksonville vlsit-d On Feb. 1. Christine B> ,

23 members of the Keystone grass' five Rtu. 100; Dec 0. -\1,,,. Jullu' ..MfCliiMkey, of New Iti-dfiinl,', I'll., BcrrctarytreuHurcr Eula Walker In Keystum at the clubhouse his parents. Mr. and Mrs I I ley celebrated her 12th >

Ht-lghli) Woman's Club and auto fire. Silver L,kc. in thea. confer' during& th"1 lullor'lnlt.. to tin :\1' ..".. pro........... Surely hope that the Starke- Heights. Gerry Teske and Ricky Car- Walter L. Brinson. I 1 1I ,'' day'with a party About <

their guests hcard J J, M. CreasNC -, m.. and at noon same day r'lIr"'lIt1I1a., '' .".. ulti 'Ill.. ,current |Iou. <> of th"( I -UKIII'Htiuigitzlne. Bradford Chamber of Commerce ,- !NKW8\ ; FROM ST. WILLIAMM mon were guests of Boy Scout I,I I Mr. and Mrs. 011 Whitton guests helped here celeom, '.

Jr., Sheriff of Alachua fire ut the Kcllinau House no < .. feature, n (ililure. of I'rcnlilent, l.jnilnii... .lolinnon, anti the newlY reactivated Remember! the Miraculous I I Troop\ 109 when they attended'!1 and children of Largo> visited :!I by playing games. a tries ..
County: tell what could damage.Chut Medal Novena Court of Honor Thursday 'i I hunt and riding Billy :
.. \ on tile c'r.NLP' KeyHtone! Chamber are' every Monday i Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ford Sun-
do to minimize* or rrndlcat' lie McGlavc reportedtho BuccesHful in getting that toll evening at 7'30 at St. Edwards II I night at the Gainesville Boy's i day. pony. Ice cream and cup
f tile. obscene literature on 'to- following ambulance cnlln Official Views free telephone service from Church in Starke Thlt I Club. Several of the Melrooe {I !Mr.' and] Mrs. H. W. Limper were served In the aftePARAN .

: day's news-stands. The mt't't.,' (01' last month: Dec. 1 1. the Retirement Starke to Keystone duvxotlon will be followed b> scouts received merit badges j of Gainesville spent Friday '

: ins WB.S well attended anc"aa polio vaccine! Green: Cove Wish. had It around our I II Benediction of the Blessed and promotion with Mrs. Mary Robinson. BAPTIST CIlfRCHGRANDIN.
: preceded by a. dellc-loir dprlnas; Dec 2. 1 1-20 a. m. Village/ Site; Voices Approval"I I I urea. (Our flrnt. Keystono phone I Ii Sacrament.On Births And Birtlid.iy II I J-LA.

"overed-dlsh) luncheon.rSTREI.MTA topk Mr Chapman of Twin Tuesday morning a !I, Mr. and Mrs( J. A. Stimonare. : TBIVITY EPISCOPAL Sunday School 10 a m.
bill In December was quits a
: TO MEET Lakes to J. Illllls Miller" i i I II Rpqulum Mass was said tom the parents of a daughter Morning Worship, 11 a m
tltior \\111'1 r !left
wale )o favorably lmprsscd po.'itfifflci- on j shock. Junt from calling too cut ecu MELROSB
I The Estrellltn Club will meet, Health Clinic Dec 7. 1 a. in. that I bought tw.i: lots!" this trip to Florida I| much within a fow-tniie radius.I I the lute Joseph MureUi of SI I l Sherell Elizabeth born Jan Training Union 6:45: p. m

Wednesday. Feb." 12, at liar: took George Nipper ot Huw- Thh was the reaction of "There is a lot of intrent in I!' William's Parish. This Maw 25 In Alachua General HosI Holy Day 10 a. .... Holy Evening ServIce. 7:30 p m

p. m. at the Mdionlc Hall. thorne to St.' Vincent's Kos- Julia ) I was requested by the Senior !!I pltnl, ) The paternal grandparI -, Prayer Meeting Wednesday
: !\frl!. McCu k..Y. member the! dcvflopinent she said. Hen better or worse Sundays 10 a. m. Church
: MAKERS! WIN nillHONH ,1 till In Jacksonville: Due.: of the board and my Citizen" of Bradford County. I'': are Mr. and Mrs. William ;/ 7:30: p.m.
secretarytreasuter "and will
postmasters soon be I ,
i< halt his
turned In Volunteer
VV 12. took ButCh DllVlH, .. to II'JH- The Altar Stlnson of Gainesville andMr. School 11:43: a. m. l'4omlnllPuyeI'
Lust weekend. Baker Society will met < I
Donny National ,
of the front of :I
/ comlnrA her nil parts '
;I fireman tu Uuil Heeler our
jltnl III PaLttkn.Flrcmau I slip at the I and Mrs. Floyd Courtney and Sermon (Ft it
Church :!
on Thursday I
Ron of Tony and Joy Baker
Lragua or Postmaiti-rs 1 the country to look It over ana i .
end Edwin Baker, ion of Bit McGluve! said 1 that vUlt, last week to the alt,- I IIi 1 I,.I select their lots." I Ii i I next-dour neighbor this would week. Feb. 20. at 10:00: a. m. 1' of New berry are the maternal ; Sunday, Holy Communion r SCt

and Edna Dakar, showed thel- since the ambulance hud been of the League's proposenew! I i, Tide property Is owned by I I When Butt told him he Choir Practice Is held every grandparents! i'| p.m. Episcopal Young Churchmen. tMo\a

Angus buU! in the Southeast-. put Into service on Mny 21' I retirement vlllua? south of(I I I I.1 Geneva )o'ul'n1"f. VV. Buker !get to drive the tlrs true If Tuesday morning at 8:30: a Mr. and 1\11.\ ... Frank Nichols' .
38 calls have been! answered accepted. I sow that twinkle. m.. and are! the parents of son
every Sunday morning a
rrn Fat SU>ck Show Jn OcaU Lake Geneva. & 80nsan111ell In .a trlanglt ConnmiHilnn.'
With 76 firemen In ultrnrlancn. I Men are Just grown-up little at 11 :30. 'i I Darrrll Lee, born Jan. 24 In :
: Easter
01 we mcntlqnrd in last weekj'i 1 Mrs. MrCluBkey. thu' ,,, only between Lake Geneva. Lak? ] music is the', 'The Rev. Jean Chance, 666
L.SUC. Tbg"bon" Cftfh .raised I'hlllp K'omcr.RI, \\ voted In woman,, on NIPs eluht-mcm-I HuUhlnHOn and Oldfleld!! "loys you know. (current project. ;' Bradford County Hospital. Mr \'Icar.VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV: f,
as new member of tins department I : hits. If and Mrs. A. F. Tyre of Mel-'
tlelr own bulls as brut thrj! a ber. bOil rd. Is p-jsliuiistcr. at I;I Pond. The first area to be de. "eally. hoard Keystone you know of any Invalid-
knew' I an ixtfllent volunteer'! fire dept. or other shut-Ins who cann<>t rose ate, the maternal grandparents ,
how and it leally paW New Bedford.' Pat a position i velcped, lies along( / State Road I :
IT'S lllVr TIMK: AOAI.V < tirst-ak'' net out to Mass\ I i i and the paternal I I
'dif for Dunny cam homt There "i a qualified* please notify<
has the
? she held for punt r'ven : 214. adJacent to Hutchlnst i ii '>I ,
:: with the terorvd-place red rib The" Men of St... Anne's. yenrs. i i Lake ThH tract will provide, attendee' on every ambulance Father Kelly. so that he may ''' luandp.trl'lI1s are Mr. and Mrs I' GRANDIN

- hon for Division I. the Angiu Cli'lt'ch: are announcing their "Tho site Is beautiful." 400 homrnltvH. In addition In I call- 14 I I" \11WhD\ belong tI'< brine them the Sucramenti I i B. Nichols! of Dunnellon.

:: Division, and Edwin cam' I annunl Shrove! Tuesday I'lin-I McClimkry!' suld. rpfenlng, proposed club homo and beach r the Volunteer' Klre I Iiept. Fover regularly to their\ homes. l Dnnal4 and Donna: Martin

- .icme the third-place wlilti' i cake Supper to be held on' the BOO Arm' tract of (Mr.j'. facilities. I larger area. ..It''M do not have/ Children In grades! 11 I celebrated their 8th birthday fly ('holrl...,."" Brunt leyaaaaAAaaaaaaaaa'aaaa

-. (Ibbon for Division I. Like wr Tuemluy, February, 1 11 1, from I shadfcl, Inke bordered property Under terms of the contract this added nrojettlon.Hill / through 6 at school ore ex- Sat. Feb. 1. with a party at *

aid there Is lot 3:30: till 7:30: p. m. at the Mii- urcted to attend Catechism the home of their parents Mr
of talent clepnremein'treimurtr
. a Ir whlcli is being offered an rctlrimint I| between NLP und Ginev L-lpi f
d Keystone, whether It be writing IOnic Hull in Keystone. There!! lioinrnlt.es to 19.000) Farms, the sale of homesIteIn I and City councilmanmild classes in St. Edward's Parish ind MI's. C II. Martin. i iMUu ',' Weldon Brantley returned

books or raining bulls! will be plenty! of pancakes postmaster:; members of th' Urn area III limited to members that II lot more ..mb'" Hall every Saturday morning II Margaret Shade celebrated -I home Monday after a we;k'"

f'OUNTKV CLUB NO.rtt.r :: iuaiieft.. and coffee for all I League throughout the U. S. I of the Itat1utl.: lance calls than fire calls are from 10:00: till 11:00.: her 19th birthday Sat '' *stay In Glendale: Hospital, Pa CharleyJohns
prepared! by those good cooks Junior Hitch Feb. 1.
. The Keystone Worn ID'S Cull/ She added that one reason Mrs. McClUKkey was accompanied received 1. by the "Uepartmen School and latka. .
-the men of St. Anne's. High School boys PEK.SONAI.Si: ',
Iluy and girls Mr and Mrs. Charles Kll-
Association enjoyed anothci. the sits seemed! particularly on Inr trip here bya each yenr. and that at leas'wo I, I' "E.
your tickets now from I ire to come I i ijvenlnir and Mrs. George Imhoff and
any friend. every Tuesday Kale Ricky were Sunday
food turnout and Rood Bolting Mrs. Gertrude Beck, > and four. If rxmslblemen ',, .
member of St. Anno's conirraxiUlon. ,,- appealing to her wet because' from 7:00: until\ 8:00: i weather for and theIr I.
V the Nasnu tourn. during stay theywere on the call. Dill's wife
:-' or get them, at the "I hud to shovel a pnth go The White Elephant Thrift ,;,' erlne. Chester and Mrs. Alec I Baptist Church.Mr .
.ment house ut Mr. and
on Thursday Jan. 30 guests acuity .u a nullified firstHidhiMlruclor
door when atnlve. Shop In Melrose. if Howard of Palatka visited and Mrs.
you bursting Gerald
through three feet of Bay-
a Pansy Hawes captured Iu.nt't suuw Mrs. Roy Ilrl'tMvs* at bali '' und bus taught tht I about thin question( :
: honors on the front nine!: Ticket donation' \.* will be that wn. hnnkerlredlnir ,u.hut nw :. home on I.Http. n..n-vlI course to fireman. with good bargains. and I! Mrs. Mary Robinson last Sun- less of Perry were vlsltlna;

' Louis Oi\llop won tow net or 11.23: for adults. and Thc for veryono, la urged to take' the ''!: day.Mrs. Mrs. Ethel Brockman a coupleof "The neighbor', duplf\
chlltlrrn.IncldenUlly. '" 'pportunlty to buy some thin R. L. Arnold Is spending days last w?l'k.
: the back; rootand;;, Eileen Let for those who the last. Chapter m"t'I-1 spacious home ,of f Mr and I' The ground has been brokenfur 'for a song." The Shop It'tpin ', some time with her mother Mr. and Mrs.' Horace Fennel was hadly damaged b,
I took low net on Uie 18 holt.V I Ing under, Worthy Matron I' Mrs John G tUmble was the the new librhry t \oppw' Mrs. John
: play.STU.L.! ulan to bring1 their small fry !, every Thursday alterI I I I Doughtry. In ] of Sanford spent; a week fire They estimate three
there will bo Phyllis Iltiisov! and Worthy seen! of the fIr.tt Woman's I '\I by to ask City Supervisor Mil' 'loon from 1 Palatka.
milk. or HIIIIIO.hlng till 5. and on, ,, with Mr. Mid Mrs. !Homer B. months to complete .
.. COMING IN '. suitable. for those to,) Patron Edward Husscy on* Club's benefit card party of I|I Dermiuly If they were havlnj Fridays and Saturdays from Capt. Walter Whilden of Slices. repair1MO

4 Another IT persons luivr. vrunu to drink corrt'!!. Tu .(lnv .'evenlmi, Feb 4 the new year Assisting (thr, a ground-breaking.' He said 1:00: a. m till 8:00: p. m. Crescent Beach. S C. has ,been !i I Mrs. Sohple Schneble: flew r MO it liveable Under hi'

a added their name. to the list I VAI.F.NTINK: : l ttE? : II I ISaturdiiy !HantesiiPS" for the social haiti hnlltllllt t were Mrs. C. K.: Sitter there would be a dedlcittlui, COMMCMTY CIUKC | a guest at the home of Mr to Montlcello. N. Y last: week,; Homeowners Poliry.1,/
: of donors for the North Florida I' following' the meeting, were \\ Anna. James Mrs. Herbert I I1.11. '
.. evening. Feb. U.I ceremony when th. building Is At the Executive! Board and Mrs. John Hutchlnson. where she is under the care a he collect: both his, 'addi
I Eye Bank; for Ilestorlnt. th<"| ladles of Keystone Heights Mrs. Hi'rllia Ward Mrs Ernestine Nelson and Mrs. Fremont! roady to open. The ivaxy root.* meeting of the Church Worn- Mr and Mrs. Paul Shafer of, I of her nephew who Is a doc-

: Sight, Ino. This Is a project' Woimtn's Club will hold a Ht I .. F.1"lla'kl'r.In\ tierI i Tollrs on City Hall wa being fixed an of Fob. 3. the following, New Port Rlchey spent last j tor. lineal living expense' A"II?

0 of the Keystone Heights Lloni Valentine's Pnncp nt the M".I'I sldin Smith and Mr. MarthaCrutchfickl. Winners at bridge were I lat week. Council voted to fl> i olans were! made Feb. '10. annusl weekend with Mr. and Mrs.' I i I Mr.( and !Mrs. Irving Ormond 1 from home and the *lost

: Club. Lion Oaorgn M. Bcltaef.fer. ionic 111111 from 11:30: till mlct-l I IOillit. .1 I Incoming Worthy John 1 . .. Phone 4734137 1 1s chair Matron Ilei-tha Ward. mAde .a eon Mrs, Edward Johnson women and James J. Otlleon
/ This will be" strictly i left a soggy& floor and .o..k. their frlendi. and Mr Maria Hutson and son while C .
I foimat I dance. .- not one of'I i I report r.l/al''II111/ '' the open! In- ,''I Mrs Richard Kln don. Mrs I I ed table. I srk-of-the-Palms. 10 a. m and Mrs. Frank Watson of, Edward was In the hospital he and the renter can inhabit

thOSe( "Swluii-Vour-Partneri I Uallalloii rf officers and] appointed Rlrlmrd, )gcrty of Keystone I,, Mayor tai Besuley rails It a tl 80 per person. The speaker; Jackionvllle spent Monday'/, 1 lie returned home from Doc: the home?"
: Edna WilIianiaVLOLINtJPJEy .. be1 i I otflcrrs to bn held. In j Heights. Mm. W J Orollrk will\ be Dr. with friends
affairs. Tickets will ; "disgrace"& and I klndn got? Clarence Jones,, here tor's Hospital in Stark after
. a 11 SO !per penon' i I the Clutpti'r" room on Friday and Mrs riley lljyd of Mel I the feeling our new Voun'ilfeel. director of Voice of the Andes I Mrs. Louise One of Jacksonville s three week stay after sur Charley E. Johns

Prisons of all all" are in- I evrnlng Matron Frnruary. 14. Worthy rone and :Mrs U.irrel Cullliwi M i the sum* w..y. I am .re.tN, Radio Station. Quito. Ecuador' spent Sunday, with her tery He Is Improving verynicely AgencyrilONE

: FLowcRaRiona: Utixl. A wonderful chunce for I and WOI thy I'nI rOI\. ot Inlet' Lichen Winners lit' ly bakIng. forward to the. next Reservations( must be In by brother and slster-ln-Uw. "Mr at home.

I you gala to net. ill dolled upl' will Bertha official( 11111 t Lfo.mJ1W"rt1, t Canasta. were Mrs. I I' H Tay City Council meeting to see rib S to Mrs. C A. Titus,. i and Mrs. Ray. flirt Mr and Mrs. Forrest" Hobb I 9CI-0121

: This promises ,lo be II lovely I at the Fi-b. IIChmt.ter lor. Mrs Fctniuitd Dwyrr. \Mrs I what they are going to dn. aII 413(1113.tn.! Edward Firth. Mr and Mrs. V Y Crawleyl of Jacksonville were visiting% t tMr
[ Iu"eIIICMCHII'rN S. Walnut St.
- "* affair 'I, \ should i 1: !Margaret Orennan.. Mrs John I hnnt. all the proponed rrJJtoctaIh. I Missionary Chairman .mill I l taiLed Mr and Mrs CorlU i and M,.. H B Sikes last '-
eraneniberMi' d Ulrd.' Mrs J ,
W Wrinkle.Mia have
KASTrKN: i MT.Ut charge of the program
: .. lllvs: &'ott who has. boor. | .,' have, In mlntl./
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lt-.Uh Griffin of K.'y.toiu Family Nluht
Members of Chapter. 3701 covered dishsupper
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anti Estrvlllta Club rnluyrd quite ill In the Hrudford.. County Itrlnhts. !Mrs Francis Cole of' Feb I 13.: 6-30 pm. I-

: .... AD 0......... chicken, and l dumpling dlnii-1 s! llnnpllal' Phr is .a nicmbeir Melione. atiil. Mra Aim.* Spill The noIsier of th.. "mft .II"!! V filial start for the Building

: : 14111rot1e : OH I.JJJJ 1 1I piTvlilenl" .and served by th (.l It l lie I'Mf:' choIr lU'.HVOn nmu.Louis.. ) a winter visitor from St our In Keyaton neighbor' Ueorge who .len Sihaeffrr."the 'V., CKmpaUn! for the new sanctuary KEYSTONE HEIGHTS .. MELROSE

I _ _ Mdiose Masonic. Ltxlat pre Door prises were won t HcitessM ill be the elf
II Jaiiiinry .H. there 'was .u bv MM VrtruJe Chrlnloffrrs. bank will slip came. baik thin I cles of Mrs. Charles Wsllrn-

W' ---- federal. Inspection ..if the Clay MID Sara MctX>naM. Mrs weekHe. lau and Mrs. Floyd Koorts.' The

. County CD uiuu a :::00-bod Nell (11'.""'" Mr touts K,l b sail he was taking a speaker. will be Dr Oiva Lee BUSINESS DIRECTORY
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I'emeriency hoMMIal, and In-) Mn A. WUlUim. of Key- Y"II r'a vacation, from ..nln, ttte of Tampa

I, i''rrctor: Hay Chance. uttcnd-il Uone llelglit and! :Mrs Cal I'llni' for community ..tf.alrapr".I. Commlt:1U'JlI4fch '
m mbrrs
: I1,1"lUVI I, a C. 'nfcri'iiciat\ the Iloerl, 0'< } .' ri'ii ANES: AUTO( STOKE
1 IIni of InlerUchrit! | C eore said l he wssriling I Ill Join a lth those of 81 RESTAURANTS:
health in. Jacksonville. & on tI,... .. '
) tickets to a' \nn. and
I.lit: mo many s the First lUptU
T V Service Center
': Ctnn) : I San lit" adttlllnn dull'!* have, ,ben rrportlniname thing. that people who .a.whim for (the Annual l WorU Du ofi I Western Auto Beildler's
monthly the rruii> of people who have on the streets would. greet Prayer at St Ann.'.. Feb. 14T I, Il. Till CM. rroprklarAu
C.\TOlllm{ Imlnin' nl""I"1" ,, Mm with "\\ IUIt are )'Qtl selling V Holiday Inn
"making\ eveUU for
I the II) '. HM- %Unit, .u\",..si. a cornea 'tmUv.' ricorge*" ANTSE': PI"eOP.'L .lM>rt*>4 kUitoral TbJcoHa t Associate Store
i traivplanU\ tu restore
numbi .if emet.neiu-y CalLs In 'I&han,1,/ now the, "I tuM my fiiemU. I *"uM.. ftll'Rril KEVHTONCSundays ", : :.. aiHl a.Ice APha5ervuvi4aJs. RestaurantForinorty
I T.M!t$ (i iO.NNAIIKAN ) /1 4 V I Jsnunt pk H part of (hailprac1. qimllon .rI f'qwJ&
has give them II for every tIcket "-.esk.. ( .
: al) tinlnlnv Thro come up IId.Jra\ on. hi All )4.ui..s A.a. \ '
Included tet an .' that they roul fln.1 n,. I trying to MornIng Prmyer, rtttriTtrra. Lawrence's DtnettaCOMI'Lr.TKLY
opnralluti sott
i> TV "
'; : : TIIK: .. fin-" ,-"I5, use of r*,u -,1 I ell (Ms lUly rucharlst. ChtueA "IUU i ,nr.JtrA) ....trn...
j If he neett' 'twf Wr art told past year I
r cilstor on ..pm*i> with M hear* : School sod Ding TVWork BKMOOCMlarc
; that he must tint .o to hla Anyway' he let us tell our- Sermon. 'JO: aat. I "pet1l1oc o..t. $fry" m.,
I Ij atUrk naUtant ia: vlriun' of J 7 DATa WKEKLTAla
Everun Prayer O\t.Uaat-t.TV: Rental
1I II'In.; :" bus '| o"n oeulut oplometrbt. or elvee" on the eye .bank. ao4 KYC, ,
Unlit accident.. ith aut.i aulntanee.csmhl to mo- fphthmD) and be examined : 7pm. Key.*.*.o. ....(.... 411UUILI ? Haa'Jwr.. Patela.KEYSTONE GaId.. ptin. Iaa.ro g.b. -

track f fa W otrallioad \ If such) an oi.<...raton! .la Two point 1 evrk>okfct or Weekdays Dally Morning """ "pi..... f&rte ...... Fe... |

j 1 .. rt ait of srrante-J.. thr dl.icl.ir will rather. ..... .,.. l. from .but rra". ,. 1:30: a. at. Dais: '
piano. ci lab! near Mldiiieburts ) u- < FvtTUnt S TO 20 OFF 1 Black North at Re' u..'
comm-nd him' to the North muatli's CouncIl Prmyfr. f. m Ilolrucharlst. : = HEIGHTS
I meeUnic: Mayor
: t "
i 'n-t m tnaiang invalid : T .le KTTSTONEREAI. : 'rr.JIarrs
WKtarKUys 10 lion and
am. Appluncr
ft* m -nd floor>> '"''rtm.nt. Ftorltl rye tunk for the Ket Heaatoy cluwe. to txurrteehte "' ,
: It 'mtfi r inrx iMtwnt h* sutrHfpllal .u*tt>ui ot Siaht. Inc VM-ated mayoralty pr n'c trTe sad II "* .'. a.i* u .

. helping to ttlliisuUlt at J HUlte. MUtor health On. sot sa Municipal J..l... and It. wul .....f' Hf t NURSERY! : KSTATK

: f aut.' fIre $ tar in CXtnmvUie At the Rye: I:. H .\J.. eoe e<. cwir block" (-o'nIritTy nirurn
: rrmorlng with
c+r C.
It lea, J. Pete O'ConnoJKKALTOK
i M M ru! only nerdlinx'! lle'a Ihree chtUren' from tsuh. a.- Dank he will asaln be et.mIned ".,.ttIbc\n. ws sprotnterf, nreChief IUlInUJ: ", : uncum \Vhe'eIer'sDiscount I

! dead Krioos about lining a Kejolone. :Stale;' ,..'..ni Invalid abs fell out of t by the r\r>eru, and U gut" the Cuwwt.'. furinai Sunday School. .:M a. ss.Momur Store .-7 t'r-t n INI..II Of
I bed and unaoW they feel l that cornea ".na- ) approvaL. .... RAL tMTAT*
a as to maveu >> VTorrtip. 1| a.. n.Yo ... At Fhtt Tr *e, TMr .
: Ilank chevklnff "ount( for time pUnt 'is the answer they wul ..1.1Krn'
. (( tuning and tiriHunctutkm on man .Uk r..UewiM \ 1 aaj Z;10 ...tw.r'. M>tr.M sad K.ytl MORTn4r.cnr ,.,
.. ( Pysas, .
wttii:, bean attack and put M name on the haL Then Mmt* Tr*r.,. tWgftts TX. 74:
: ..nerglie' p*) n hU. billn. by mail. >\ hy h* mu.l .be. ready to ms U the I pas Ie'" IVMAUTO $13-ID.
elJl ..
alert far p>-(ble l : horpllal wlthtit a fewafter hour to iou IX) IT NeWt! li.nr.! a.c: 'e'. S. E. Realto
I don't I you? : Kajr Clianre ouM Ure. O 'fire Canoe*, argtaletSMI .,.. AM .. Cantata. McKay.
he rereoea his nottr is fteat
I I like foe. to remrmbrrtV.at r. 1e1\4)" U,.
ereiyane .
ehoir 4Inet.: Mr. 11at.Wsrya. taU C""II. ... -
0eekjsg '
I ,. the nay County CD Kea- Rr.m.'t:1C: :"..ttcTb. '* \tr and Mr* Axel M' ..&tm- .. I 'a- ('-tn.', I. Ra.I. .-
cAurcanrn eecret.i.ry.P13 I hMH .. *.... rnI7V4II .t
cue Call a available 34 Nmr croft ).on..Wsl %Mamla foraltendeU
Ierns-foe-Osveqno- Let Is l's. I.. LalS .D&LAa.E ......
a d..,' f..' emercrnrie. Call Oaaunitle ?4wshvthl.. Tenet tPwi. that r.p4.g.
a 1U Carl Darken
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T nit a( ; a.r.ar..A US" _
Krr 47).4,M. 4TJ-4M1.. is local 'halnnartmtn4.. i,I,, Ute. vedOMU ofIffl..1d.sU4tllv Un. KKYHTO tII1C.IITS O. C. Carries NurseryU ha.r I Re, t ....... I'T'psiat.
: aU tl Uwrtrt "....ct.. >
: < a ffice t in'G : who I r..Iat.
everrotw *r- .
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\ I ;.4r: :: I1V e'wv' "*....... 3 4-JJT* ; ed ,It..... to at M '"t the Otls T"vl11. .be. boost a41 II 11h \.- iHmtajr VheoL t.U a as Gulf Service Ml a:.., Of Mart* O- -a.Iwve..t. ..,..,5a7....,. .-.....

I' .MJ U L" L Co KIVITOMt NIIOMTS, r an i adJittonal... tnfottna- 1 at W E UtlUf Rat r.- C... ).I ( t: w te OIr. -I.H Cttannr at' ) .nd Un.rt T 'tnJn.t\4 lioo. I u s.
9 Mt
tale Ateney whew the II
-WT < I "i .c: a..eeLawsIsV '"'-J ..u.e.e.o. .
"'J .r..r 11. 11 &::1. atrnt..hI. -. are los oprix Ilendetiun and tea
ruBt.MlIT If si !haIr lied< 1 1fM I" r-.I, I srt er tuvttu' II* 1"alr..t Po'I'r: l'rn.. O'E'i'TA.3L' .7)3P.t IauI4-..._ Yb. MI-KMaa4

51t11)4.uI one! year sod In KysIai.' h.jme4l L.I5rvwt" DttreTfie WdVtal. 39 p. sa. V4b ........

,-1 -r-- Vt J'.1.., ,.Htnc)o t-:>- JI'I4"h .. 'h e ,. i '. Herwlerenn sr fuiaxt C''t. -. 'J.i.- fit Mils-. s.y.e-. lkaw. irtrr te". -na.. 7 is 1 a.. -. Fb- *
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yyvyyv'v.yyvy vyvy V V VVVI I .""............. ..... day with Mr. and MrH. Fate I
bulldoze the area again this dren of Jacksonville. Mr. and where they boarded the Seaboards In Jacksonville
R'. Mi-s. J. C. Nolan visited her
CLAY HILLBy LA That's Our Business
WTEY rlean-up. They hope to be i Helen and Claude North. : a trip to Washington. D. C. 'GLASS 1

Mrs. L. F: Frogge of Jacksonville able to seed the field by thond I! Davy Bradahaw HUH of Mr Mr. and Mrs Randolph parents the Arthur Wilkin "It It's Gins We< liner It0
sons. In Jacksonville last Friday -
Mn. Lealer Lang toy Enaa BUncbar: was visiting the lone) of February. and have and Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw Crosby visited the Joe Shaf i night. I CALL WRITE or VISIT

Phone 289-4651 aid Bennett family over the found no mud puddles or wet celebrated his 4th birthday fers In Mlddleburg Sunday FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S
rlt; 0I. eaaAaAa&a..a.. weekend.Mr. I'| .
aAAA AA A....AA&AAA&4 spots on the playing field so I anniversary at his home last afternoon. NEW BFVEn BAPTIST
MKKTINO NOTICKH and Mrs. Bill Anders far. even with all the recent Sunday. Present for the | GLASS( CO.
ccS I Mrs. Charlene Vcllsorta and cinntcii:;
,, Mr. and Mrs. Winton Par- The Lawtey Junior High PTA and Mrs. O. J. Anders were r ain.. I caslon were Mr. and Mrs. H. }
I of Jacksonville
1-tah and family of Avon Park will meet in the school cafe- buslncKs visitors to Jacksonville Prospects for this year'ssoftball i H. Bradshaw! and son of Jack- were Saturday Sunday School. 10 a. m. ., (NOT INC.)
were Sunday dinner guests of teria Feb. team have been plays I I supper guests of the C. Morning Worship 11 a. m. "
.4 Tuesday night 10. Thursday. : and Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wilkinsons. On Sunday the I "Fermerly Joe Peters Glass Co.
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Lang. Remember to come. Alrn. Cecil Dobbs and children l intr, practice Barnes at tha ball J. Parrish and family. Wilkinsons visited Mr. and Training Union. 6:30: p m. Evening : We Design Modern Store Fronts

Mr. and Mrs J. The YWA of field at Hampton Elementary Worship. 7:30: p.m. Midweek -
B. .Wllkln- will prexcnt a pageant / Jacksonville were WARNING! Mrs. William ,
Parrish and new Just Mail Us A Pattern For
Son and famllyo; of Maxvllle at the annual Assocla-I weekend guests of Mr. and School the lout few Sunday Pickpockets robbed John I baby at Clay HilL Prayer Service, Wednesday -

,, were Sunday afternoon visitors tlonl Meeting of New River. Mm.. W. J. WllklHon. afternoons. (tliudl! Mosley of Mlddleburg 7 p.m. Ever>dn welcome. Table Tops
PERSONALS Last weec; visitors of Mrs. :I 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-43S?
of .
William Parrlshfaintly. District in the Madixon Street I Mr. and Mrs. Written Sappi of a sum of money last weelc
and Mr! and !Mrs.' Wllblrt Hall Jim Parker and son were her FIRST CIIRISTIW I
Baptist Church of Starke daughter of Jacksonville when they entered his home parents, the John Thlbaults
-I "Mrs. Bill Pond Jr. of Avon Thursday night Feb. 13. All ot: Kited Mr. and Mr. A. C. Apopka were Friday even- posing o s person who pray of Fort CHURCH
Lauderdale and Mrs. I
Inx u guests at the homeof
supper 537 Went Call St.
Park the Pearce
spent several days last district 1 Is cordially Invited. Sunday. Mr. for other pnople. Pays Putnam and children of
and Mrs.
E. B.
week with her her brother and PAJAMA PARTY Mrs. N. J. Strickland of Wesley Harris was lucky Jacksonville.Mrs. Bible School. 9:43: a. m. I -

.sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Pam Tye entertained a Tampa spent Monday and son.Mr.. and Mrs. Mel Harbin enough to capture a burglar Jim Bird and children Morning Worship 10 ::45. High I \1 AVCaH C1: I

Buddy' Parrlsh.i group of girl friend with a Tuesday of thin week with of Tampa vUltM here Sunday II who broke Into his house lout, left Monday for a week's visit I Schol Youth FellowshiP. 6-30( _TSRMITES_ _

We all regret the sad news pajama party last Friday her brother and sisterInlaw Thursday. He held the bur- with her parents In Frost p. m. Evening Servlc. 7:39() ,-q,
with Mr. and Mrs. A.
C. Den-
'' JJIrmt, Mrsj.Maryetta! Warden'I night. The guests\ enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders. nloon and family. elar until the law arrived and proof. Mrs. Faye Putnam and I p. m. All Youth Program eacn ; ALLY

3'i .br Lher. Henry Frank Hem- games stories and dancing.Refre.lment. ;.. Mrs. Joyce Futch and Mists i placed the man In jail. children of Jacksonville were Wednesday 2 to 4:15: p. m Ij ?} i i ;;
Mona Badlce of Ocala I 4-" NEWS ''J
"'CiMof Jacksonville, died rejntly. -' were served during Enaa Blanchard attended the guests of the Birds one day I
i i Funeral service were the evening. Enjoying the funeral of Mrs. R. W. Mc- of and Palatka Mrs. Flesle Mae McDaniel I Achievement Day was held last week. EOATDRAIN BAPTIST!: II :;ft.r. .,iI-! .J u.s. HOM::

..held in the Long Branch Bap- party with Pamwere Owenn I Leod In Jucksonvllle Satur were Sunday din- Monday morning by the 8th I Mrs. Jim Parker visited CIIURCU: '' ;.@j OWN .s

:Jtlsjt Church. Sympathy Is extended .,. Starling:, ,Brendu GrlffU. Joy day.Mrs. L.ner !Kuests Wutterson.of Mr. and. Mrs. M. and 6th grade 4-H Girls at friend In Jacksonville: Buach I Sunday School. 10 .. m. ,;

to the family. Sapp, Marie Smith, Joan Crawford Arvls Kirkland Nellu. Watterson Mr. and Mrs. the school. They showed theiri last Wednesday. Morning Worship. 11 a. m. FIFTYMILLION

-"T We are glad to report that and Wanda Holloway Calvin and Wayne with Pat; Wednesday spent last Tuesday week and i leader. Miss Sarah Anderson. Sunday guests of the J. C i Training Union. 0:30: p. m. fi 1 1f1}

.tt cle, Lee Oreen., baa, teen I CHI KCII ACTIVITIRH Warren visited Mr. and Mrn... and visiting friends In fishing Cedar i I skirts and blouses they had I Hlgglnbothams of Lawtey were! Evening Worship. '7:30 p. m.

Jjijjs to return to his fam- Grace Methodist: Church W A. Kirkland In Ocala Sun. ,Key.vvvvvyvvvvvVvvvvvvvvv. made In their projects. Mrs., Bufford HlKKlnbothams the E Prayer Meeting Wednesday.ST. ', DOLLA'zi ,) !

Z2CEI after a three weeks stay r School. 9:45: a.m.; Worship. 11 I I Joseph Lucas attended the. D. HtRglnbothams, and Mrs j

..I..-a Jacksonville! hospital a.m.; Evening Service, 7:30: p day.Will and Fred Bennett were S meeting. Gene English and children olMaxvllle. ANNE'S EM COPAL L'=pcs Contre
=-nl'r an auto accident. Jim Cummins 4-H CHURCH
m. MYP each Wednesday I 8 I visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. 11:. teacherfor I
'Miss Boaelee Padgett has Reddish one day last week. the 8th and 6th grade Joey Nolan and Jack Lucas I :
MAXVILLEBy Summer Schedule: 8 a. m-
n on the sick list and had I p.m.First Baptist: Sunday School I M. C. Haddock and hi. sister boys, met In their room Mon attended a party In Jackson-! i, service each Sunday morning. :

-.. to to the hospital In Oreenatve I 10 a. m. Worship 11 a. m of Jacksonville were visiting I day morning, to examine theirproject vllle last Friday night in hon-!I First Sunday Holy Eucharist, 1

: last week for treatment Training Union. 6:30: p.m. Eve Mr. and Mrs. Paul Din. I By Mr.,. A. C. SLide and are In the process or of Beck Fouraker at the 9:30: a. m. Other Sundays FRe _;;. Phone
-She Is better at this making lamps.FUNKRAI.S home of her sister Mrs. Robby I
time. kins. i PHoner!" 28t fling Service, 7:30: during the week. Mr..
p.m. Prayer Morning Prayer and Sermon
:; :!r. and Mrs. William : hELD: Robinson I Inspection
;. Par- j i
Meeting each and Mrs. Cox of Waldo ...... _. and 964-3965
-NaIh. Wednesday, were .AAA.A..AA. A&A.a&& ,I Funeral services for Dally offices, 8:39: a.m. end I
are the proud parents of Raymond Lana Nolan. daughter of Mr.
:ii' eon. William Gregory. born I 7:30: p.m. YWA, 3 p.m. Sun Saturday visitors.Fredit. PAPERS ON SALE Martinez of Callahan I /and Mrs. J. C. Nolan. was thl 500: pta.Holy | Estimate __
0 day. Youth Meeting on alternate Dlnklns who had I I t' were held at 1 I' I* Eucharist, Wednesday: .___ -- -
S.Sn. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Winton boon I Please note that your correspondent p. m. Monday Sunday night supper guest of 0 40 a---- -w" M
Saturdays.., / employed At the Florl- i tO am- -
-Parrlab and family of Avon : / has made with burial in EvurareenCemetery Mr. and Mrs. William Mclnary
:rZrk PURMONALft: dii State Prison for the past arranlle-I at St. AugustIne, 7:30: p. m.I .
came and spent a few ments for. The
0I -dRy. to take Mrs. W. J. Wilklsott. who Is S nine months. has been transferred be His. widow the former MInnie __ .'_ _
care of the new on at Oreefl 8ervlo'! -=------- -- _"' _", .r ='o ___
0I 1'1nd80n.: a patient In Bradford Hospital? to Avon Park where p Station end Orlffls Bros. StoreIrr I Taylor Is the daughter of a =_ -=;:: = -

I -"We are glad to report that t ha. the best wishes and pray.er. he 'will work In the Correc p I, Maxrine.: Ton may pick up former pastor of Maxvllle

0I DftRddy: Padgett has returned I of her friends. lion Institution. IF. Is also p a. copy at either place whichever ,'Baptist Church.
Mr. and Mrn. Jack Wain., affiliated with Wllnon Funeral)
a fcome to his family after a and I is most convenient, 10 services for Mrs.
I .- and is getting along f in*I cross da. were weekend guests I Park I I MOItHE: FROLIC I Maxvllle resident were ..
:.t*this writing. of the T. L. Walnwrlffhts. Louie HubbArd. a former Diamond D Range Riders held at 3 p, m. Monday In thu =-- r -- -- :- ---- _""" -- i::;: :=\;. -_ o-_ == .-> --T- -=:..::; -=- ::: -,:.'"

"S.' ""Eddie Baranue of Jackson- Miss Elizabeth Terry spent I resident of Lawtey was cnll-' I 1: Club of Diamond D Ranch Baldwin Methodist Church.
AUTO SALES: & SERVICE I i Air. Conditioning Heating FLOOKSTlie Iotorcy(IC:01ScootersStreit's : :
Tllle was a weekend visitor of r Thursday to Saturday with her Ing on old friends here Tuesday -' staved a Prlzu Day Torus was In Riverside I

Zfjtie: / Buddy Wilkinsons. sister, Mrs. C. E. Strickland,, : Frolic Show last Sunday from Memorial Park Jacksonville. Barkley Motors Inc. RUSS'S SHEET Sinclair Eaton
-NOTICE: The Registration I in Gainesville.Mrs. I i 2 to a p. m. at the ranch Inj This community extends I, I I Bicycle Shop

'Books will be at the home of r W. O RhiKlon of Ocala L Maxvllle. Two of the 40 con- sympathy; to both of these TIU I-.M: rn. i iFIVT METAL, INC. Co.

Mrs. J.1 D. Wilkinson during I was visiting h.... brother-)n-law& I testants entering the show famlllM.PERKONAL3. S !j FLOOR' SPECIALISTS I! Cushmnn & Vrspa Scooter*

this month and we urge and slater, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. HAMPTON were Kathy Griffin and Val- : HIIJ.MAV: & SVMJKVMWe : i : Heating Vynal Asbestos. Tile Diiratl IVSA-/unArjip

everyone who .Is voting age to Wainwright over the weekend.. ,I i erla Hsll winning gift certif I. Mike Waters of Lawtey. and SM-cl| '',ll7'' In i I I Air Conditioning I Far Floors of I'I :\otorcyclea-Salea & Service

please go and reglnter. Be good' I ,Visiting the ft. E. Lee fart, Dy Mrs. D. R.: 11111 I I} cates. Participants from all'' Hope) Holllclay of Starke were BALKS & SERVICE I i I. / Beauty, und Durulilllty SCirWIXN BICYCLES
citizens of Clay County. fly Saturday afternoon were clubs in Jacksonvlle and surrounding Sunday dinner guests of the Factory Trained :Mechanic.* Sheet :Metal Special 10.Oo per 9"x9" Tile 1

S.I., !MM. Buford Hlgginbothom I ]Mrs. Lee's mother, and Nanoy Phone 408-II 00MRS. areas attended the Duford HlKeliibothams. 100 n.r\x rsen:' !: c.mn! I j Asphalt Tile Starts at 6.2c per: Locksmith & Safe Work

I.a. and Mrs. Marl! English: ofMsxvlll r Trescott of Arlington. Mrs. ,........AA........ show.T. .Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat !I i isprnt | 2301 N. :Main 2520 N." ISth Terrace I I Tile (I15 W. Cnlvenlty Ave.' ;
a4 were 'last Friday r Norman V, MEETING Sunday with Mr. and : tjasitwsvlhIa. ti..ln."lIIotI I
Ncllson of Whltofleld.$ jl I' I 716 :X. Main C.ulm-K\<'> [ Gainesville 376-77S1 J
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Maine and Mesmrs August IfAVRH NAMED Mr. Pralfi TtBlnlng Union Mrs. Tommy Baker and (urn- 3724373'I 376-8282 Bus. 376-3748 Home 3i6.8ZaI : I
PTA fly In Jacksonville. ''I I
Carter. and Freddy PRESIDENT Class met Tuesday' afternoon I ''' '
Mrs. and 1 Anderson of Bessamer. MM. roster at the Mr. and Mrs.' D. a Mann JEEP I :'MOVER:
'.0 George Orlffls 1S Pa. Hayes was elect. i home of Connie Hlirglnbothanrt. : FLOOR "COVEKINBCentral
family of Jacksonville ed Hampton Plans and son of Jack.tonvlll! visitrd Family of Wheel Drive ,
wel"Saturday *S Mr. and Mr. II C. Elementary PTA were dlscu Automatic Transmission
visitors. of Mrs. Harley, president at 1 a meeting at the M>d I for etttertalnmrnt of the John Norths and fl1tM11LERAmerica's : ; Florida Tile I
were visiting their onlnlawand ":
Irene Padgett. school I Thursday.evening., Jan. the class.I3IItTIN. Grandma Wellisau''n! Sunday Finest Economy Car ONE DAY SERVICEALL Security Transfer
daughter, Mr. and Mrs.Riuhard .
A Oogpel Sing will be held 30. afternoon. Hale and Men' ice MAKES-REPAIR i & Marble Co.

at'' Cedar Creek Baptist Fairbanks, Chesser. and family in Mri Carl Drown was named Mr. and Mrs.! J. C. HlgKlnbotham Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pellum Ridgway Motor Co. AND EXCHANGE !I CAUPKTS: BYLee' & Storage Inc.
Sunday afternoon.Mrs. and
Church on Lane Avenue; next vice-president. and t Mrs. .announce Ihq blr h of family of, JacKscmvllle I ,
Gator Monarch Loomweave
Russell Spoil and Mrs.Ivit ton were, Sunday guests of Mrs. 11.12 S. Main i Automatic
Saturday nlxht. Everyone hat I Mlsher wa. re-elected s daughter Anna Lee. on I I J AGENTS FOR
Taylor and their childrenof MII.I P. B. Coleman I Downs I
( nIneavitIe 2-H433 ,
a hearty welcome to attend. lYtary-treanurcr.. These Thursday. Jan. 30 at Bradford and son. Transmission Service'I
I i Room H\rr\ -Wall to Wall FOSAKTY BROS.TRANSFER
Jacksonville Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Padgett. visited Mr. and officers were elected to .. County hospital Mr. and Henry Carter spent the I .
4a Mr. and Mrs. Owen Padgett Mr. C. W, Thomas. and children For the year 1994. replacing I Mrs. BuforJ HJgglnbolham of weekend with Mrs. ERie Johns I I INC. I InstallArmstrong tl. Inc.

and family, and Mr, and Mrs and other friends. here Frsrtcls Menu as president, i Muxvilla are paternal. grand In Starke. ,. B & G Motors Co. : Z323 N. :Malta St. and Kentilsi Local '" Long HI..1404."I'I. Movint

Bobble Crawford and daugh.tor Saturday afternoon. and Milton Manner. vlce- parents. 1C. A. Turner will leave this I|Gainesville FIIO.NE 372-O373 I i Floor Coverings Cratlnr41.inagel'sscklngPhone: |
I all of Jacksonville were p Mr. and :Mrs. mil assklnn I prmldcnt.Bunlness. Mr. and Iirrs.' Leon Fraserof I week for Tuscah' >Ol
Sunday dinner gurttt of the pS S and children, and )t n. O. J. dlnrutn.xi! at thomrrtlna : .J.'kllonvll1e announce the a visit with )slc brother, Jest SALES& SERVICE: ,I TILES MARBLE 1040 So. Main. CaJnesvlUs

John Wilkinson family Phillips spent Friday to Sun, included how to use. I birth of a daughter Mlchelel I who Is In a serious condition i Fln t ftHiftlim O.f ford. C.anTRk.n !, City Automatic IIMfl 1 w...,.. TW (Tvill "7 -(" MGAUDCX il

the money earned at the lasthalloween Mary, on' Sunday, Jan. 30. at in a hospital there. On CwlllUo TraUi. Transmission I ,
it Inc.
Bob Kuwon i SUPPLIES
('carnival which \ 8t Vincent's Hospital Jack son of Mr. and I
I ... $181.13. With a bal, sonville. This Is the fourth Mrs.. Robert Kasson Is horn-, 2001 N. W.; 13th. Rt. 441 Rrpulr A Kxrtiungn:, / 1'---- --- r- -

of $ 1J1.l3: In the tress.ry. I child and the first daughterfor on leave from Uowry PHONE 1767313Llzt'oIn.Mrrrury4snuct |I All :Makes. and Model j!Johnson & Paris, Inc.I r-4,4.

a : naturals the PTA vbted to spend I the Fruiters." Denver Colo. Ho Is AFU'1: : TIU ('KM ge: CARS I I Complete Lire of 3 3St

100 of this for films. (for he p i) Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Bakerof to leave this weekend' : Dyanometer Pre-Trsted 1 gEEl)41'L.ANTS1h1TRUZI.P4: : < -

a : school and further lnve tl>;".. Jackxonvllle announce the new blue at homestead \\ORK li\lt: \'\ Tr.EU-! I .'
I I'M HI: CAIIHAuthorUsd
a by a committee of travh birth of a daughter. Gwen Elmer: Higglnbotham and t
S I I I 8.lei! A Service KI'IMiKF I'UVN Ineentickleo-Pr4 fmr.rH"! LIEN: IT'S
son cf TIME. : ( ;
Lawtey were Sunday I TnIU'E
= era and the !
a I prlnlcpal.\ Churls dolyn Ann. ot\ Monday. Jan. 'V. Rent Fertiliser SprvaJ..rti"

S S gas t t BL: Prsncls. will bring. a reportto :n. a. St. Lakes Hospital., Mn.J. dinner guests .of the IlufoidHlggtnbothami. I CraneLliicolnMercury 0..1-,11100 1400 S. :373-5106 Main 224 N. W. 8U At's.I'Ihfl.Nr. Calla

a : the oritunlsutlon at the next Leslie Sweat of Marvllle Is ( tINESSS ILLIlMayflower :
Visiting Mr. and ).Ir.. : :n-on.
I Avory
| meeting Thursday evenlnll.b. r. the maternal grandmother.PTA I -S !
S 1 Blade and family lat Saturday -I GI n.\rII1e. FI$,
S .-'WI' 27.Purchase. MKETINU AIM' K. rnlrrly\ Ave.OninoM 1 1 K:A irrv SCHOOL Inc.
ia Tim MouKitN ENI& ; afternoon were Mr. and i I SINSU1.4VI1ON.IWOFING ,
of The regular
encyclopedias: monthly meet llli IT-J.I I tulttrrs'I'I'IIeis
p a THAT IKIES YOIIK 1 I for the school library was dls- Inn of the Maxvllle PTA was Mrs. Harold Rhoden and tam i I English Kor>l-\ \ulvo. trn Complete Beauty :- ---: :--.--.=--- Call Collect 376-3224

S : 1. OIAVS JOB nrrncn: I I; cussed but no acUon was held Monday night. Feb. 3. at lly of Hampton and Mrs. Dora I I l' nl ('are '; \Vor\n Men All American ..
S taken. Also North and daunhtesr.! I F .I"Ion Plyetml!
I discussed was bay the school lunch room. i SIB !South laln ii -
a I
aa and doe It quietly. cleaner, taMer and more I I Inn a supper in conjunction ,II IIIIITIIUAYHi I Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat I. aSa-iula. S7I-343I rid.r. ipi.ACE3iFNr: t Insulation! & Ioofingcu. : t'MXTS I

a i I with the politics! rally thlsi John North celebrated his and daughter were Sunday Special (IJrlul\-Cp Courses
ECON031ICAI spring with action '1 last. dinner guents of the Tommy cu.
S on this also 1- birthday Sunday with a
S ', postponed until the ffbru" family et-tonotner at Jilt) Baker family In Jacksonville. I 1UTNTLEVREDFKAUN Central llaurstyliny Roofs 8pnIes< I Harper Paint Co.
S Call us today for a free ratlmaU Mrs. Joseph Lucas ,.
and Mr
home. or i
a ary meeting i I i Enjoying this' occasion ; JR.
S STARKE NATURAL GAS Changes have been aide In with the NTorttis were Mr. and I John North drove theirdaugharc. College n..., ft<: aln( A Rs1alre| We Stock
a RepresentingChrysler
S the kitchen and cafeteria at!i ). n. Roger North and chll-1! Peggy and Helen to \ t3.\ K.: 1st. Otlnosvtll. Fi..rrlo". tnt sietionItlown W.ILLPAPF.RSSR3PT3t0N(4
a :CITY:: IIALL PHONE I 1-23X1 i the Vhool. with a new pass I,I Jacksonville Monday a".r-I_, 'I a Imperial S764IO&'UHLDING
through out between the kit H Plymouth ValiantHAWESPOWERS& or E. \IIhl..tn ; ( SMITH; AND

S .. I chen and Uie I C.- .r IU ail
lunchroom: and Mfltt I 5. iJtrrcii nov PAINTS:'
S new Counter surfacing on sink ; ( : \ SLTPL1ES PAT or NI TK I:

S S cabinets. and kitchen table MOTOR COMPANY riiu.vc s;'-
S S S NOTICE fOR HTORK MR.V" MIIOWKR IIIRDK.VMrs. : AnnouncingWe 201 N. Main. r? ineIUtfHa McCoy Building .'.111 I N K. IDIh Dr. (..1,111: 8. W. 7U Street .

Nancy Harden third and *. I'hone 'U.2.)61: Supply Center i...vL'i:*.; w' RK"Cherry: o.lI."avtll.

pI pI ;;; To Residents of Clay Hill i t ored fourth with grade a teacher surprise was stork'hon. He. Keystone 17.1-ISIil: .. LOfBRKni --- - PAINT & <;LASS

shower at Hampton Clemen-1' \ Have Purchased The Former IWIXO IIt"I'rum I 'a
a IMMM1H)\''T_ .
S 'lm keeping "with our policy of making the nowa tary School cafeteriaFriday t UU''K" I feint<. ')WS Meet' C tMmMA .e Liddell Paint &
I I afternoon. Jan. :31. STARKE RECAP CO. t>0 DOR TKICK4R ,0. >!aln and ?3r$ fl0uI3.vnriPIIONL ..
a I 'available to readers in all ann an quickly andconveniently 1 Mothers. ft the students In *]_ -.Part.hnk.. : STS-U4I "lr M Tar' L."1 rTritMTV Glass Co.

S a* potudble w. have made arranjrnento *- I Mrs. Hsrdrn tUM presented VSKO U\KH. rtNl td1rat.-MiITM-: STI

a S to hav n .' her with many gifts. after And It Is I Now Being Operated t'oole-Gable Motors .. IJ.COSCIlETF. M \ : V r.MtAffK q. *...KY.IM/R. Ur....... .TAINTHih !Mklln 1-....
S several
games were played.
S .- THE BRADFORD Twenty were prevent for the fly' 119 ft i:. 1st. A*.. Oa8W.V1Th! p VIRXI Han Tab r._ ...,.,.. !KIwwrrlot.

a COUNTY orcaalon. Refreshments. of Plto..E 177-41U PRODUCTS ,V !5"4serty. I tal ft.-\. \'.C 0.-. "..... .. .\.I"C'

S fruit punch and several cakes.decorated HARDY IROTHERS r.rp.1 \\a.lJr.f'1P' C_
S = TELEGRAPHOn with, baby motif.. IIKRE: :NOW! : : : rxoovrraARC HI. .. SU.JH t IM'I.IK? fr..ot. C-.lta..ofI. ,

p S were served bv hOt U 0 SALVAGE YARDAT ur. .. K.\Or.T1' THE BEST FKOM lIe N. V. !""i.Ie" !5s.4aaSi.elth. .
Johns, Mr*. Milton Masher.Tsirs. Gridley Mutic .
S Iuy: to Owtvl to Drive Jn
Sale/ Each Thursday P. M. Jeff Baker. Mrs. Lawton. Edwards Building
Eitgtne Up Front t4 H r
I Yo&nibt.ot1. and Mr*. Foster' 1312 NORTH TEMPLF.. (nt. S. 301)) Co. Inc. TYI'EWRrrLnsHanciick :
S It I.'a eq ,...... 4Ikt
S Hayes Supply Inc.
At The ,
S Ura.. )Harden plans la return We Are Equipped To Take Care T3* 8. Main- 31'1-43-44, n'I1"'t" P..oa.iotpC.a'th.Ie ( Typewriter
1 Mellon Motors ) ipie t Slots
1S to teaching at the Hampton
1S BLACK CREEK GROCERY Oa55e.wifl. ru.KLECmiC Ftse.e h.- .....-..
1a school next year, and Mrs Of All Your Recapping Needs lU'ICK .& OPELTOJ a EXCHANGE

June Tuttle& .f Oa1nftIa> N. )(...* CaOaeuqWa its,> .j ('t.' : Deal r. 'tieflwese Cleat v rr: Tot.als!:
lOc Per
CopyNow ,
.replacing her far the remalnd.er A4t1tt\ Mast ,.

I S ] you can obtain The Telegraph one day aooner of this school ten*. Glen (Pee Wee) Crews At.roLCC : 'IO'l'OREJfCtric '19.,:'_ .. ..Ww. A earnsraeS. CALi .$nYlCZ.u..re. Cd"-I.on' : ..

a saw nut nrui With SUri' U ., .4 0b 0.-- 451 1 :Jt Slain *t.. Os1ne.vt.
S without waiting to relr It by malL ALMONT fLC.RCn Formerly Kemp Our Motor .t.i Aftrr* P1eew
a r..usl$
5 Moro< than SO per rent ofIWW' Kerap SpecUtM. Paul's Auto Repair Co. I'M :X )I
the ball field for lUntp- ---- -. A1\ C>1It.

We art also pleased to announce that Mrs. I Ne.. '....
40 turned out for .... Co.rOI .
Aa h1..o WIS ,
\ A
.and will be grateful If you' 'will call her each "wevka the afternoon. winding up nt'NLAP roes.r.isyr. ULa Moronnenvrcc (.... ....., )I-.IIr IL F. tAanmCIICarsYm

d fire her your ...WI It..... with' a weiner rOAIt. TRUCK TIRES TRACTOR TIRES TCKH T1no.-T.-.c.n...
.. .......... .
-- The ''RecreaUm. .r4 \\ 0. tie 1 DImaer eI .
ex.preMpd Lillian :Music Store a.--.,..... *.
Phone 2J9-405l* at>pre utMn for the psi. ... y.oG.4ais New u..- )I w'n1)n .
say ,
'__ f"'fr
'- r'-'T
L.sdsr 3Itvi.I
rood turnout and urges mare .Phone H'.:':' .. sns-ts
THANK'OU 31-U 11 .. -, ., -
: 1.
I N. W
to come' again thee next trw si GseTs. ...
IU I a. r.s h'aes teed lisa. 1. Ca&.e.a4 tit L r rsi..
Saturdays a. Carl. Beck will., t.i :1or '; ';'JCCO J



FEB.: 6. 196-1 RR.\Df'ORD oorvTY TMJTORVPM. flT.\RKr.:. ".oRm.\ TAGE,: ELEVEN

-- -- -- ------ ----
rind avail youisel n.i i of; tlja
.. serond-jear girls will make a Wild Turkey and Quail, Squirrel m.
blouse and skirt or a shift. Upi>uauin and Rabbit. Property Sales NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Pnienta, am .nk.'d to !plea ,i% opportunity to meet wlpt( ( lVo I

.-H leaders are badly need Th bulletin covers rare of cmipeiateUth the chll.lunAN children. Yon aro welcome.

.. 0 Home ed in other communities to wild game la the fleU for top CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY

..C...' .... help with the sewing machine grade fare on your fmllytuJle '. Pioptflty tl \Aottoiw" 1 recorded -
and by the Clerk. ot the AMBULANCE SERVI E-
project and other 4-H activities Then proper aging|
Demonstration If you have a little time actual preparation of the game Circuit Couitu office since 'lIltI. NEItM: members. me. anko.l to do their I'HONE 961-2SOO:! '

. .. .. to devote to young: people <(1't'.II"i are given, in. this bulletin -, Jan are aa follows: Nro"hl"V"I11'nt,.:: Day la duty.At. I"*
please call the Home Demonstration ) free to >ou Collie \V Smith to Harry DeVVitt C. Jones Funeral Home''
NotesBy Feb' 7 the State Fair tnTampa. Chorus
at 3 pm the 1UK":
... .
Number I''I.TRI.m: s G and Jensle M. SelU block
Office nil\ :-.n.\.r.. :NI"A'ers ) .
J&& and will tender a musical programIn
17. 18 and 19 ot CiOkbv, LakeShores
I card to P You've seen the U, S. I'cP'jrtnient Funeral Director
Dorothy Ross 904-2865:) or drop a 13.000. RAT A and I and' 4-11 Club membersnre connection with Youth Div DeWHt C. Jones!' llojriitercd:
of Inspection
O. Box' 267 Starke. Agriculture's
: Fla.
Estello Cox to L E. and Ruth special. gin' t t. on that day The Chorn Is under tho dlreotlon Starke.
Home mark and grade
Demonstration Agent: 4-11 LF.\IIF.RS shield on poultry; But did you ', Oilpln. property In IU'CtIlzg.. t'w: NHAem i>f fUll: and, their of >fre. \V. M Randolph RENTAL SERVICES

The success of the 4-H programs I township 6 south. range 'M: guests will attend, under the .
different Hospital Bed*, Wheel Chairs Crutches
., know that there are two ,
O. \
-- lies to a great extent'upon *' : supervision of Mrs Junior Church\ meeting will
lay leaders and their willingness :, latinos. eastJack homo econuinlca! teacher
D and ., bot held each Monday at ft
W p
4-II LEADEn MK.KTMr : with the agent.:18\: Dorothy to work. 'i> The Inspection. murk I.U. required Marguerite .
Brnasell to Consumers FinanceCo
.. W B. Thompson 11' Ross in 4-H meetings at the What U 4-H Leader TSomewhere by l law on all poultry i J
of Jacksonville propertyIn UOI.I..tIO: \\
Mrs. ''M. D. Gaasett. Mrs J T. Starke schools and also at moving in interstate comm t t .
between the sterfleas ctlon :37, town.hlp :9 t Tne Hull Show s ionsoied
Prevatt Jr and Mrs Merrill'I home with the <* It Is auurance t
( girls they usually rce. your
? of a parent and the romradahlp south range 32: east. 12,300.Con.umer's : by the RocrealUm" l>ep..rtiiirnt.
McMillan met In the Home work with. that each bird has oven examined '
I ilt
1 I of & pal that mysterious Finance Co. to wall M grand ucveiw" Cooperation -
Demonstration Office last week I After the first-sear girls creature we call a 4-H and certified aa wholesome ( Leslie\ and Viola Crews pro- from the adults, with the

to learn how to teach 4-H girlsto I.I learn how to( use the seeing: leader. and, processed In a sanitary I, piu-ty in section :37. to\\nsl\lp children shows ,&upward. look' next to l o

use the sewing machine. machine they will make a These leaders come In all manner' i, 3 south range 23:! east |4,268. for recreation and beauty Tho yourelectric

The four leaders will\ work( simple blouse and skirt. The shapes and sizes. and' may be The /ftruJc nalold In,. D. Buildeit Ine to Principal. (: Recreation SUlwrv\| \

I male or female But they all the quality of the b'.xi Uiad- Oeitrude A. McBrIde, lot 10. .or. and teaohera' am grateful.
tog .lit NOT rnji'licU by In. I block 3. Snmtog HeUhti..
have one thing In common -a { for t theCH>|x'r.itliH{ .
COMPLETE glorious twinkle in their eyes! Dut much of .:.e poultry sold 1 1111.300. H. L. and Ethel Mae tiiriuii. :NI\\S: ,I .
I In retail stare today I I. offic- Ilutson to William T and P I t
4-H. leaders are found every i The Greater, Allen\( Chapel,l lAMfi F
Septic Tank & where -- at judgingcontests, ; Inlly graded. The grades! are Unda smith lot 11. block I.rinehaven. ': Church Kev U. A *"n11"} .
I Hauling ServiceFor square dunces and talent blued( on the shape of the bird. 7500. Of'n.V.. ': son pitor' Youth flay will b
shows. also i the "mestlneiu." amount and and Constance Noogrl to Hot observed" with Sunday 1 1I
Bradford and They are preparing starting
County Area thenumber 1U V KnlRht and CUIre M
distribution of tat and :
: fur Hittingthrough, pur- School at 10 "Ill. with '
Knight lot 3:I of Great Oaks I
Fill Dirt Peat t Moss: Sands Hock Uctp. tlnl' |In or recuperatingfrom I defects and extent of dressing $13.000. Mint KannU n...lt )rTualer lit
a meeting of some kindThey I chnrg :Morning: survive. It a.
Crave! Top Soil Solite Ditching are tireless consumers of U. S., GRADE: A poultry U Urowaid and Mary Akrldaeto m.. speaker Rev Norman, Carwell ,

Drain Pipe Water Holes Foundation muffins. expert at taking' the finest These birds are well James f: and Mmlsa UAkrtdge. \ of rVnU Ho Is. only 10 I II
knots. out of threads tireless fleshed plump unit< have n part of lot A and t AllOt '\&rloll., but; very" tslonted, In -- -
Dug Hack-Hoc" Work Oyster Shells. good layer of fat They! are ( lot 6 nf I).>wllnfTi Sub ) I
roaches, and spend hours on delivery TIll, public. In $InVtUd
clean and attractiveV division $4,800. Ralph and 1Tt
the telephone. to hear this d)'mimic' .speaker. L -
B OMADK B poultry may
I All\ members. srs asked l to
They are angels! 11 aprons, '
have some dressing .defects! Brown property In lot 10 of
saints In straw tints Their on- remoinl the drive termlnnto* t ,
MAINTENANCEPump such as ruts and tears It also rant! Late f 3.((100. J E and
ly tewanl In,. the love of klda Jo Ella Hardy to Clyde C. and Sunday with this program, All
may have less. meat and tat
Out Service Drain Field Sjhtems and 1 the respect of the community than a Grade A bird! i j Edna E.: Sanders, propeity In1 I @ 4i
But when they look section :33. townahlp 6 south
U. S, UUADK C birds may
Filter lied Systems around them at the skill"th'Y'v. ramie 23 east $5.000 THE
have more serious doft'ct and i
taught and the youth I \
Hollls V Knlnht Jr. and
slat less me"t'ht"n
you buy '&
BRADFORD they've built there's an Inner his wife Joyce, to Hubert
SEPTIC TANK\ poultry for your family\ be
voice from somewhere that I sure you'r. getting both USDA Cooper lots :3 and: 4 of block CHRISTIRflSCIEflCE
sera; ""'.11 done" I 7 1 of Temple's Addition to s I
AND Inspected and graded poiilli
Stsike.! $1.200:: Fouriker' Lumber -
i try a combination that assures '
We hnve In the Home Domunstrntion -I Co. or Jacksonville! 1 ta Edward : -
:3IR.\ AND! you of rtlU..blttqllulltV and .
5IKS. W. C. I'O1S'ELI.Itux J
Office now a bulletin I \ B, and Lucille: C Jackson -
I top value! for your food' dollar
207 Phone 96'!).2311 Starke Fla. thnt sportsmen and their lot 64 of Parkwood. $18. ;

wives' will rn.loy.| It 'U entitled 000 moniTOR

MAW. GAMp: Wild puck L J and Audrey Kite to

: Bradford Farming Container Corporation of A-
'''mrrl'a. property In section

II township 6 south rune AUTOMATIC ti.-lircT ic DMTIM is a MlTtST' IVCftl' You. mewl t fewer clothes roe"
AS 23: earl and section 3. township Accurate .. shmand '
pwfwt a>niMnlon| fur )your elwtrlv' wiuher. sr"*lnt childrenami l r.w r bowels
SPECIAL NOTICETO 1 south range 22 putP'ou..kt'r
llnniis., tunwhoi\ > you exit ...h..oo. dry
Lumber CD., to William WHAT A TIM L-$AYLRI! Just pop| In the I rtnlhM anti vnnvmtliHitly .
I Marcel Smith lot At orParllOO Complele and 1 eel the list. "I n.Lt.n' stnmhln*," Is .verylhtapatgii.kly t

1 J, T and Minnie W QulsIry > News rain' w akbw. A'w dryer, rV*. from" barite 1",1 l AimMi 11& \. ,'"**

HOME OWNERS SEE to Zoltan and Nancy, Ja. WHAT A WORK( .SAVIN! Ooo.lhy hatlsrli. & iwrnU tar /flu* srol can (>.. limUllwl sny. ,...

tab Kit 3. block 3, of Or- Coverage .nil, lire l feel. No more llftinf anti l 1"1' ... ...her*. An all .1..1aJ. rfrytr Ia\ 1111rtOIt! :

Iglnal Plat of Btaikt, $1.500 a's' .heavy wiwh" iHuksts.. la ilutliwilUir! sal Tf() HUY .CIIKArEK: TO DI'KIUTEt

Homesteaders: For you that have been receiving Home- IT Carl and Thrlma It. John. to ..- ha. k ....,'". Fur _//_ waohttity. frow4"n, ftl mil-.&rrfo L ..

stead Le. end Li.""yelvn Johns I lot WHAT A CLOTNI$-$AYlil KWtrklly's: an+ with sn aulnmmlM rUtrto: Washer. Cl ,Ui*( '
Exemption in
previous years and have not returned 11. block 2 of Nat Williams .loss and ,,,,,,.1_ heal I..nd.c/ your l.,,_.. "ii.lowik". KlMlrlu, .Irtuwr. and a.

application which was mailed January 1st Hy Phil! ('ronk h lie IIubdIYI"lolaoo., IC\rr.U. clulhwi.: Dries '.m Itulfy, swevt, iti,.lliits. super.fari. sii| ranf. till.:\ ..a.k'( Waist I II..'", j*.
you on E. and Hester Dhime to. L 1C:, wrlnkl< "'|y- ., /In 1>11...... of warm, roan air. ,for. lad water aplenty wrrhusst. ../Ij'C os? Iwrnrrytnf

please sign and return same on or before April lit, this is I I and Muth Ollpln property In ANCfCVONbON With a BiinwlMS. lit elm'trio l tn>wr.' -It's ch"'aiMr' lu |i I..

I would like to report lo sod srrtlnn 3$. twnshlp: 5 koulh.range pnaltk| .ts nf svwnhuation. mi -I l ....,. tnIIII all .." *lit 'o"u kltt'IMIV, "Uuiulry |'han U uw "

the only way in which you will be entitled to the exemp. In regard' to m>', trIp to South 33 Pert, $1 100 .... iii ynut laundry, N't bating'"r yvtiowlns' ''' ;. a ctnnl Iti 4iMU.unTMvkM., &. SEE:Yl>UU KI.KO4'; '

tion benefits. Flurlds. I had the pleasure of Russell and, Ida Mae. Carter vies: & stay bright. ., .lil,* Uitiitfs si..>w..b...... TltlC AI'PLIANCK 1)ICALEu'rUUAYA : .
to John P Buyer property In ..
vlsltlni the Tamp market. I 1 ... .... fit. ----
t Tee $21 -
Plant. City market Pahokee. 'i wvllon :aa, hranthlp, t aout I Me.i.>. "..50Cs 6 r ;:
For the homeowners who are expecting the Homestead ben MIamI. and Homestead mar rsn e 31 eat, [, 13.110. WilliamA .*.. w.._..... ...1ea.r. --tl /(' / .J/'f.f"H'" '.1., n: .& CHtf .
and, Lucille Saxon' to Vrdro ,4
keta rront dsmatt In the. a y-.r a .
,. ..
.u# f >
Nr C
efits for, the first time, are urged to bring your deeds to Dad! Ccunty area seemed to I and llasrl fultrr property In Lea**.. **" *". *.*_ ..-.. P AUHEVELLE
be more severe than the reports -I 1 ration It, townahlp 7 south, ..- rnd FLORIDA I POWER t LIGHT COM ;

the Tax Assessor's Office. The requirements for new that We received range 33 ...t... $I ono ..'- r... S4IIIrt. .rr.t..5re. .5 .e : ..

Lester and Uila 8Ude to C I' --
Of the main
Homesteaders court purpos
are: Wand Brenda Hlade 10U.. r :
of tills. trip ..as to contact'strawberry
block 3. Mouth. pate IlrrUt
people. and to In-

Your deed must have been recorded on or before January Urrit then .In our area. Had IIIJJO iw-tty J Richard Mar. k>U Dale 1\ and May 3 ofbkutk to MALIBU SUPER SPORTS by CHEVROLET ;
Joni" talk lth Inter WUh
1st. : $. (Ootild: Park In Harop-
nat.tl In Plant City and men
ton. $1.000
Uoned to hum: about dest.nat.ln .
Buck and Lola Jones to

You must have been a resident and living o the prop. I was our very area much upon lose cartons cord with He I IIhU Jot and tJorts M.. ffuillni.

erty as of January 1st. Ides, and C'Un1f1&"latc-d& property in section.. 23. ton
the p.opUr far taking this .hlp 4 south range 31 east

It .u also dUcuased In ,...'U-P'I $3750 W f Kemp to Wayne

lIonUHOI.U; Goons AND .I'EKSO.VAL: !\ EF'FI.: ;("TSrt'ordlnlf to paper or wooden cups, r, and AbbU r. Masaey, block

to Section 190.11.: florid Statute 1911. which provide. that Household hi! alvlre was to wait until 13 Cf City of $*uy, I1.4OO ikS

(Cood-i: and "Personal .Effects b* a* *Med. there In a .100(). Kvemptlon: fin thl.propfrty' the paper Clip had been prO'n. \'-t Am*** Cohen to Pisses +r' ,N
finance Co.. of .let II of
I did find that American
a. mentioned ah-ne. We therefore feel 1 that the fairest and .moat
rnoxls and Papon, who are the Can: I..t*)', IJ100 Freeman
equitable way to a*" ew* this N by the wale lifted below : two largest shippers U e '' fUtlsU and BUr Jt.t1Ia.ur

slate are ualns the. paper lo Steward and JuanJta' Cap-

Total Valuation rups t think that this U pa. pn>;yri\r. In section U

Valuation of of Household <;o>xi-. Less TaxableValuation something that we must eon township 1 south lance 33 ,,

Home &. Personal' Effects: Ktempllon: Untie to think sbout. and b* *."*-. M 100

reedy to. srcepl chance shame "Hal' prJr\ +e on above .land
(04)00) ) I to 1990 1000) 1000 000 It Is beneficial u, were. DIUIM! from Ui ttsanpa Ytl/

20)<))0 In 2990 I 1050 1000IKK &0 There'' win boo a number ot new. aftlaed to recorded< ands

3000 to 3900 1100) ( ) 100 \buyers on our market this Iywr i Judson U and lola Uteri< to

4000 to .1990 I 1130: .1000 I.SO) Carl I D Ln...Um tar M 4.

5000 to 5990 1200' :: IOOO10OO 200 It was alao very ratifying' block n of CTpreos H.a h. n.

6000 tn ,K9TO, 1250 I 2JO} to gem thai U .. wit] pro. 000 J.ekeaa'. trout MSI let
due lo rrsnrws ArchMId flatly,
tubcveabfand sIn
7000 to 79W 1.100: .IOOO 300
witlusno, that p+ofM* .f. Ou lou S .nd 1 of Mock 1115$
8000 to "HO'tO' I UiO>> t IOOO :SSO t>d in eomtnsT Into our l..1,...4...n Tr *r A C. Addition

9000 to 9990 .1400) 1000 'IOO4iO ..... By pJanrtln our lanL-o .. marts'. IU..ooo

1 IOOOO) to I091W 1130 IOOO ksas, wo should b* able Isroar N L, KnIght bo John Arthur .4'' 1e A 7 0'i

11000 tu 11990. 1300 1000 500 In *tut aft early crop of Twmle ptvprrtf in _'.;,-nJO.

cur ustaoT, S net foisow It up .leviMlilt 1 _UI. rsrme

.ifh po:>. beans and $>rJ'1Io"f. n Peal. 11.)001 Jo. J oriel
: We know that this area aria UsrUta rwlds M tX-r4 A

firm or corporation owning or having control "rodu....d a ....... of ........e. and Kdttlt U Hynw, i.*(MTtIT
management sod knew treat N can win. In .,vtlsn $ fcratMMe 5.na ,.
or custody of Tangible Personal Property of whatsoever '"" 1dIn, thai we rr_ VII ,e 23.ee$1.71.. -... '
with a planned proofs ai, ..... 'ails". ft and .Wartan' A. ..Wl'i.hls.sw.rw. .
character, including trustees executors, etc., should return I ."' &tltol *v own W1tI4 Rorrhard4'" .. W Ilea ailratatne .. ... -oww sea'55.. Mws.ett.. .--'..- awn tbwpsw .

n.: lll.rke. .....&. rarnwtrMsrt ; tuson. .law. 4. t, 1 1
same for taxation to the County Assessor, on or before .t been ..... Mess .v and p fls e* "I&U .. .. 11 What's so super about the Chevellc Malibu Super Sports., ::

,sting h4 In..barns whit aM W>.. II. sjf TrMt's Ad,
of each The head ,
the first day of April year. of a family In* rvwnssonand trpertas n' dr1ram. to fMa"*... $..*.. .... I ;;.k. "rDI".t t icx&M N.La. Aftt: "yl I iatov -". AIW'I"' .a, rear ask'. Qritn.t..eLA. brukl U..JII gs anti' afJOft :

who is a legal resident of the State of Florida is entitled to the stvsrkrt.Ol r.,1 l WaMra a> I. Cloy C.,,, v. vwtflI'' tI.w: Wt g 4... .'lrrrt''fNIIn1"' .r'.!... "rnc.t mt.J lIt./lC: at.erinlj .ts..t.. tu sAna. liefaradhe "
UMbstsai Pr arol4nn we can n-rtrv Co-em rt.M.f ...
'utt.' Frr.t tot I'uuvglak' w 45+114 I, a few ttf l than t .
Constitutional Exemption of $1000. on household goods ttit.. f7'". of llwaVwfer tat .eett .IX. to.SMh;P' rw :
(kyrai1;, k" r *.s'iat t nwrlEntfranet" etwetet' < oeodt.e. a. oa. IMS eta..ad r -JI .*.C.aw| pM $_. ..wltd "
and personal effects, when he files a return and claims exemption K WI 5s1 area. $4 aoa/Mrw petty k* section I*. 1sws. ....... t'g.let. .Ile h'sal') .Iiite oeltlsier, Two 11.ea at.......,.I "'k"$ l 11)11.Mal..I"".'. about .lf 'tKt'vl super aUut

thereon. .* arc UM people know -.,.. rail ai.$ fan n .**., t/Fiq aaet, egAi..rial. IA.\-hp' TA- 1 .'.. 'rOtII ..tarotIhear, )bhw1'4! '' ( safarse' ('"" .,tjbr.l r.to {Mir pr1! -'", :

.. .N, Wrrv w. ar... ant e1 I 70 A. I TlMos" .. it (Hy had.. 74'ei.'.. If" to .",4e4e ,......, Ktll'' J1nat" .iii. tat trey, to An wl| out what tw.gth a)jwp.jt. :
wlhof .. AOV to off A 4rr. obi U J HJU
I ICftt"aCII MMsooMinnano ,. "'if one c.o I I.tH.! mar .,1:." e-hsrM. that irukms lha.. >rr| s o upw fc' todriv. ane.ON' '
All of the above must be in the hands of your Tax Asses 19 Itedd..lt Mt Bjar.prpayM ti.M. tottrmrr ? E3. 'M teekmu.e. ,.ve'vgtAl" < You ( tMcvroUt UaW: co take tuna t>t that.' *

sor on or before April) 1st. We urge you to take care of your or coo ettlel M "'fIIINI Iaewh .nide4" at.... -4. :

tax matters as soon as possible. UI X. a. Clow: M.stastr I rsate 31 ...t Itlaaa j. TMC: CHEAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Catr.tot CJi>t tell. CII.) ry U Corv"ir C.fStt: {ft:

*., sVfcrte*, I* as lilt: f Nt *rlor (N 'WtCI -J"J!; .>'w sy peit
may ........ It., s. s* r'aorwrtr '
THANKS.GENE Eae sg $!'rvlce.1-MJ..T' .._. ru. -:

,.z ntcsi W...-...,. y M .........., rktrnl !I. SM. :

LONGTAX f 0. "rw w-...... tI'\1Ita"\ ......4a4 W'........ lia' r GATEWAY CHEVROLET INC'J'I1rRSD.V.
1,. .... 1- a lr: ...a.tIMAM semis "t.. ag ,
ASSESSOR ='!!lsrerr' Ia # et r, Jt. :.11* csmTIII) y'f.41txtz. FL.I \.
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Luca 8ea essMoir
". y fy Boneless TurkeyROLLS
savF .
;t qri
.". Only ,the,, top grades of U. S. Government
Wherein the golden days of.J'anual'y times on the farm times have
ML. fly swiftly-we have been haid. So here Is jelly graded beef wears the..
deep snow but when Emil arxiveS made from cobt. Select 12 a.g 98 e W-D shi.ld. Placed In temperature
rt ; the days are gunny and bright: red cob,. Break up and i Brood & 79 RRAND' controlled coolers W-D beef 'li
v.I I IQ elY. He has gone back toSan boll 30 minutes in 3 pints of Thigh Meat ?aoYIINNN aged to the very peak of tender
Francisco water. Remove: from heat and LB. A flavorful goodness by nature's own

., :To strip an apple of Its peal strain liquid. Add water to'' Gr. "A" Quick Frozen process while still fresh

-, deprive an orange of its I'1 make 3 cups. Add one packageof
> /gives us a sweeter meal Sure-Jel and bring to a (
b rolling- boll. Add 3 cups sugar L1\d NATURALLY TENDERBEEF
and a choice morsel for the'.n
lnd. and boll 2 or 3 minutes until Turkey DrumSTICKS- \ ; 1
jelly. It Is like apple jelly andis :
For who among us does not
very tasty. 4
stand to gain
from some unmasking 80 time pauses on. What the X00 ]
f and what Is LOVE but the future holds I put )Jn Ood's STOW
bright world Inside. Hands. I read my Bible every t

..cut open for the asking? day and pray and pray. I QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED LB 33? Small Grade "A" BeltsvilleTURKEYS
--Claire Burch teach my Sunday School Class PRICES GOOD THRU FEBRUARY 8TH
and had 28 teenagers Sunday.I CHUCK
January has been event- COPTNION554' '
an WINN' OKU" wreN. 'INC /
ful month. I returned from I love to study my lesson I ALL MEAT Cr.r'A" Quick Frozen
have Emll's COPELAND Roast .lB.481BEEF
Tampa Florida Jan. 7. My picture In the
minister went with me and we front of my Bible. He is always .

met Emil at the R. R. Depotin near lie went to Bible FRANKSREG. TurkeyW9NGS
study with me Wednesday SHORTRibs
our New Castle. Ind. It took
him four days to come by night. Everyon was so kind Reg. 49

.., train, but he said he liked to him and he loved everyone. LB. 3 Sf
riding the trains In America.We lie likes to sing/ and when we 6T08 I .
wore< waiting for his train last LB. AVG.
had four' lovely days ant: "I
evenings together. We. took Saturday morning we sang 39t 29 J FRESH GROUND DAILY .
together. Life LB.
perhaps can be #
rides and went to have our LB. 9a
a sons when one loves and Is
blood tests and intended to loved. Gr. Beef 5 PKG.sf
marry in my church February Gr.IPA"' Quick Frozen Quick Frozen
5. Then my son suggested thatI Here Is a poem I love I try r

w. : go to the Veteran's Hospital! to! forget and live anew 1'1.\TI':
Let It be
forgotten as a flowerIs

iA.. :ITflrst cbtck-up straightened and and get up a my and minor records a physical operat all- Forgotten forgotten as a fire that once BEEF F STEW\/ '-1..aerr:' -_-- -

was singing
A ion. So now I haven. my \
e Let It be forgotten for ever
application to go to a Veter- .. .
.an's Hospital and Emil Is on and ever I
,:war back to San Francisco Time in a kind friend, he will LB 19C a e a '
make old :
,Ha will apply to! have his visa us s ur' PRODUCELARGE
If anyone is
extended! and plain to go to auks say it forgotten ,
work for a travel agency Long and long ago! 'd .. .. .. \ "
When he is ready for and I
me -
Ai a flower as a fire, as a tO I T :s A $ --- SNOWBALL
,f tm out of the hospital hI' .
hushed footfallIn JEt
.will either come here to get ass

ma or I will take Qabby and The a long-forgotten author Is Sara SNOW.Teas When You Buy 6-Lb. HORMEL CAJdNEDHAMS Cauliflower. HEAD 29
drive out to marry him and
"ale. 8i dear friends who read CHICKEN BEEF TURKEY
live In San Francisco
this I am trying bravely to I FLORIDA
Oolden Date
Emil loves U. and be worth while again In this POT PIES 5HEl5iET,51irr
the S. =
hopes he is allowed to stay world, but forget I must and Oranges. 5 s G 59
carry on as best Ood wills I .
and work until we can man
If not. he will return to the Ood bless!! YOU every one a499 $11 FRESH FLORIDA
LOVE: $ 8-os.
M Philippines and prepare, u* a 6 VEGETABLES ;

.-eN..wNN f,' him.homo there and I will go to le. TAP Count .........LURA.foiirt In 6 CAN LII. PIES I Grapefruit 8 G' 59GA. /

... So that 1s our plan. We are n..,..!.,<.ln K.in r I'ntkHlwIn llpHildiril. toanlr, MORTON ApI" .. Cherry Peach, Coconut Gr. Beans RED SWEET
very happy together and It 1 II !If.' I ICnlHIx' >..fMAIIKr. i Baby Limas $ .
.-.. such fun to ride and rat any / '. A. WliCiMTMfl' llmi, Fruit Pies 3 For $1. :

't ...talk and sing He likes TVbetter TIC known n. ..1'Men.rdNOTIIW n> MUlKf.Vcx.M.. I MORTON CINNAMON I BlE'q? ;, Potatoes. 4 LIS. 49>:
than I. '' ''' Tit .rRMUITItllM' 50 Extra a'N"Green StampsWITH $ .
All nrrilliiiri of Ih., Knot of Donuts 3 :o'tTs: PKGS.
I am so glad to see such a Mil 1,1-1 AVitnm. ,.r t nice column of news from u Mnb' .l H. Wnimtdr' flf I ......1, KINA
itt Clay 11111 written by Mrs. Frid R' in h.r.liy fits any noilflml rl.I." Sri... or r.iiulrn ilin .- Dinner For Throe

t Lang January It was that 20 I years started ago writ.this .,..ml, wMrh mlil. 501.5.they, 'Inh.mnv, ..lmvtiKuliiBt nf.MII <.> ease Tu.u P.a uANV aN ;, .. '" '" ,. : ,!_...,Ii1' ;: :..:':,.: '. .. :
of Hi. I'uuntv -- -- -- "-'-' -- --
JiHlir' ntHr
lint Clay Hill news which later '.ifiril| I riinnlv.:, ,, "KtnfiiU." In AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
. developed into this column ''n III. nnurl hum nl "Ntnrkft.' |Porliln. | ,1 42.r
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4 "wllhln .1.l 1'nli>nil r niiMilh
l 1949. I am so happy for the from. |Ihn ,ilitif. of. Mm. run. imli. SAVE 5< EACH ASTOR FRUIT
: t wonderful people of Clay 11111 1".lInn! of t41N l n.."... limit
,1"1| | or .fluniMtict. ntilM'* .h. In
to have Rood rends' \ now and \vrlllnir" .",,1' niimi, .tmt" th* "I.l.,rnf d? r4B Cocktail. 5 CANS 1.
".a new houses In1 bathroomsand rvftlili'nre and t>nNt : .,. .. Extra.vGreen I a l i
HIM 50
of olHlnmnt unit mu.A Stamps'WITH
.. telephones. I loved tireClan I tiv .wi,.rn til bv, ,lit* t<,lMhniintv,, [ SAVE 5-2/3 EACH THRIFTY MAID BARTLETT
11111 School when I hl. 'HKOIII. ut rn.y. ur I It THIS COUPO) AND PURCHASE Of
taught there. We did not have will hee.nle I .I'I":' NcOnrdlnir; ,tuInw. ON. t-LB fm. PPOPTN PAN MIDI v } Pears 3-1.

electric lights then nor nicebath /M/ 'M..r.1 t 01....; Breaded Shrimp .
.1. ....& olenn M.. ,uflx of SAVE .
Inside toilets God i t EACH THRIFTY MAID APPLE
nor Urn K:.rM. of hl.b/1. l A. .WiM...t.r, Go..TN.PI..UA r ensAT SAVE 3* EACH THRIFTY MAID (Limit 10 with $5. food order)
1 blest th-m. Acrnns the many '11n'.PN. ll IV..
1P miles I send my love to all of Myron I i'. PrivaltAitnrnny ANY WINN.DIXI II .. Sauce. 2 tO- 25
.t I.HW. 93 (
1 you! who rra dthls. I love you. Kym<,,"., Mt-lshiH, Vlorlit I ( v 14 MhicAN 101
HELPFUL: HINTS: Before Atlurn' .y tar. r:...Miirt 1. Evap. SAVE 4V4, EACH THRIFTY MAID
1. applying nail polish rub .,uhfll.rnal1 IllS 41 I/H%
with cotton dippedIn u" Cut Beets. uN 101
S. vinegar either<< white or 50 Extra Av//.'Green (
Sponsored' fly Stamps SAVE 5, EACH .
.110... The nail polish will THRIFTY MAID 3s. ALASKA M LARGe
.. stay) better and not chip: Like BHS BAND WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OP Beef Stew2 :, 391 Swt. Peas 2 uNs 25 I
pink apple sauce' Open a ran TWO PN.P P.o..N RICH Con ;.:
1 few of Chocolato Eclairs
and drop a drops
red cake coloring.' More sppetldngt t/N EIcoo. Oooo THUU p.i uv a.N
i <
Press old yarn you:
'I' have unraveled bv winding It .......... u+_..... .A\. 91 AT ANY WINNDIXieExtra Cream Corn CAN 1O/

"-, ,I around the Ironing board laya I 2'i' -oz 251 SAVE 2.5/6'>' EACH THRIFTY MAID
damp towel over It and press Florida Theatre *.
: :i with medium Iron. Turn and: Lima Beans 6i: sS1.
1t keep pressing. February 11. 1 12 .
!I I'' CORN COB JELLY. Many I:\ 50 --2LVT/ Green Stamp SAVE 7< SHORTENING (Limit 1 with $5. food order) SAVE 4, EACH THRIFTY MAID PINEAPPLE' GRAPEFRUIT

'- -
."1' ??! I II I t..1 PUSS.Acre PMP.eWhile Peas Astor 3 CAN 1/.. 5 81 46'-. CAN 25SAVE ;

.. I ...t..e PS..ud5 al.AT No 21S
". I, ANY WINN.OIKIE SAVE 155. SHORTENING (Limit 1 with S5. food order) Potatoes. 5 uN= 1.
94 d

:". I I n : Crisco 3 N 681

1I. z '
.. 50 Extra 4 N'Green Stams'


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1. Congress Inn aQe'SI I 50 Extra! 'n-: Green Stamps' DetergentLARGE \ \ ff Astor Coffee .

r1 --.. -..-....... WITH Tras COUPON AND !IIi
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1t Mil* s!+.t>all** r._...-.....Mr.IM ..... .. ...VN.e P..e .. ahAT jj .
1t 1 lmtmlmm' .N/. ....'..,.. ANT WINN.DIXIIN BOX 19 .; } .. 1-LB. CAN 49" .,

.tMeA.Nall/.b..d/ rbbMw. .. r...... T SAVE 6' ,. SAVE 14' ,
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11........-ed MwlnP..,....... .... ''A ij
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II. NEW BLUE Sow. 8c Each: ,. -Pi MAXWLL HOUSE ? Saw Idc gj
137 SAN MARCO AVE:. 50 Edra CGreea Staiw1TH

1.T ST. AU(;USTINK ( R hat COshON ANC PU101ASE CheerLirTM M' 25f' .Jtf.4X\VEU Coffee a 59xrxf @
; V
rrlj ,, ..., S't.st.ta : '. .
.TI I Stainless Stcel Bladas 2 with SS-OQ .foodorcWr HOUSE .. | nth $5 00 ormor .

110..T.w re..F.. a.. or mor 'I food rXdflj ...


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