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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 27, 1966
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: on the construction of chemically treated and service: -

a new: municipal water system I metered at each home hi Four employees of Southern Discount Co., 116 N.

noon were opened by the Tuesday Broker after-City said.Davis said that constructionon '"f' : I I.Tullio Walnut St., were held at gunpoint early Thur lay I

Council. the project! was expectedto II morning by an unidentified white man who escaped

A;>paent low biid v on the bean within! about tw'i I with two white bags containing around $1,000 in cash

project was Southern Watej months. He estimated that n and checks.

Contractors, Inc. of Braden- would take approximate! The man- described as un- on the pistol In his jacket
ton with a kid of $40 882. Four three months for constructionto 1. '' kempt, dark complexioned and pocket.

other bids were opined by the be completed on the wale I In his early 40's- was waiting 'Don't' call anybody! for

council Tuesday afternoon, system project. on the sidewalk as four employees 15 minutes." the man wa ,.:J
They were: E. N. Murray Construction I of the company Mrs as he put the mom, .. 1I1.t. ,i-
Co. cf Buena Vista, Two Youths I Marguerite Hull, Mrs. Faye his Jacket and loft m-ivuiji

da., with a bid of $43.53725; $jtnaw. I Marlow Mrs.mred: ;; Fan- off In his station wagon. nrh
Richmond Construction Co. cher. and Mrs Barbara Pentrn was parked on Walnut 'I' eel
Toe., of /uffusta. Qa., with a ArraignedIn :: arrived to open the smal.! in front of the loan office.
bid of $44 688; Raulerson College Gets $250 BP\V Check loan office at 830.: He drove off, showiiu' no

Construction Co., of Gainesville BurglaryTwo !Mrs. Hall was the last tc undue haste and tumid !Vf.

with a bid of $43,179: enter. The man followed he on Jefferson Street at "e
Dr Joseph Fordyci-" presi above are Dr Fordyce, Mrs. Della Rosenberg, state president
and Chambers Engineers andCnnstructors. local youths wore arraigned fi'1))l 1.1hV inside! and she turned to ask post 1 office cornea- ;M <
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dent of the new '" i a F Denton, Mrs Margaret Brown, of tha BPW. "
; Ins" of Ocala,, before Circuit Judge:!; "May I help you? ran to the street in ,1\
Junior C.>\1I'Je'a in Starke PI''S!. eat of \thr club. TerryU Thr donation represent the "
with a bid of 4659030. GeorgL.. Patten Monday "Yes he said drawing a to get the cars's tai n .
SO O'Banninn.: dean of students first loan fund given the new
Wednesday to r Ron Davis, of the David B. I afternoon on felony charges in small automatic type pistol and saw the driver turn oi.tn
the Du.siuis.s and at the college and Miss Junior college
check from I
Smith Engineering Co.. connection with a recent "this J t- <\ stick-up. Open when he reached U.S.SOI. : !
Gainesville, design engineerson Statke burglary. Professional Women'' Club t3 Deputy Sheriff Kol'crt" 4ireen,1ast'.. door.. It.mllle!> your safe." The car bore an 8W tag

the project, sail: Wednes- I Thomas Edward Coleman establish a student loan fund. I at Southern Olst'ount to liegln" .witrcli. fur. finger, The man held the gun on [Volusla. County] butI,-

day that the bids were taken 16, and Charles A. Polk, 16. The $250 check presentedby i 30 Day Limit SetCourthouse prints. City Pollri-nmu, Dim llill: (left) iiHHlstt, In Mrs. Hall as she went to th. Hall Is not sure of the, .st

under advisement by the city were arraigned: on charges' of Mis. Willie> Mae: Denton Investigation. : of Thurs council and would be sent to breaking and entering and started the Starke BPV'ie.: I I the safe I with soma difficulty. iff's deputies checked .nit l mm< '

the Housing and Home FInance Brand larceny.: Both boys I. mortal Loan Fund for Brad- Site she admits] and gave him thr numbers: 2566 2568, and 'JB63:!
Agency of the federal pleaded guilty! and each waiv- ford County girls attendingthe money bags. As she worked but none of these had barn.
government for review and ed hU right to an attorney. new Junior college. The I Ii First Federal Phone Company the combination, the mar Issued to a car answering\ ft IB
approval. Judge Patten, withheld sentence -I i fund Is In memory of a former I Elects DirectorsFor I stood over her with his MI description! of the station
Davis said the water system pending the outcome of I local BPW member, Mrs. ; wagon.
project was being financed a pre-sentenre Investigationwhich Gertrude Hoffmelster, Mrs. Selection DelayedPreliminary New Terms Plans Expansion While Mrs. Hall was out of

through a $63.000 revenue was ordered on both Den! urn's sister. I Youth Bound the office, another emplovei'
certificate issue purchased by Shown tl-rl I in the photo The annual meeting of First !' notified the police and ..sheriffs
the Housing and Home FInance boys.Coleman! and Polk are I work on a selection of a site for the Federal Savings & Loan Association Of $223,000 Over To Circuit] office

Agency. Interest rate charged! with the November new county courthouse was I delayed Tuesday night! of Starke was held Court For TrialA Reports differ as to the
on the certificate Issue was 30 burglary of Starke Builders Brooker MarketTo when the rains made it impossible for a large map to Thursday. Jan. 20. In the association description of the stat ,n

placed by Davis at approxi- Supplies In which severa'' Get New be transported to County Attorney Gene Shaw's! of- office on Temple Plans for tnnt illlni'! new local youth charged with wagon. It Is believed) to oe
mately 3.78 per cent. He added pistols, rifles knives and a Ave.B.. central oflk-u ,switching( equipment three area burglaries was about a 1959 model I a! tar,
that approximately! $49,000 quantity of ammunition wet Cooler Facility fices where an informal work session was! to take F. Mizell Jr.. pl'psldentI'PPOI.ted at (a cost of $223,0001 bound over to circuit court by Ford or Chevrolet, and iwo-

was available for construction stolen. place. i that, assets of the association were announced, this week hyErneKt I Judge T. A. Yawn Wedne.amorning tone green or yellow.
purposes. Following the arrest of the Bids "1''' belnv Rdvet.tlSfO'to Chairman Jerome Johns ] were named. had Increased more : Put, manager of Independent ,
Brooker Mayor M. O. Har- youths, five pistols, two rifles, furnish materials for P lad called the session to nar- The commission did have than 83 per cent during the Telephone Corporation -\I Willliim Bryant IS, was E----r .
rell and the city council have and some of the ammunition complete cooler room approximately ow down the number of sites before it copies of A drawing", year. of Florida, operating the bound over for trial after .(.

been working on the project stolen were recovered. 2? b. 24 feet, i h: UolnT!! const40jed but postponed brought! to the meeting'* bv In other action !the: rocm- Starke, Lawtc.r, and KIngsley county Judge/ T. A, YaWP -e,
since 1963. which:: according Coleman is free on bond; the existing Unit No l"6nh the meeting without hrwii- Roberta. H? said he was given hers re-elocted S. O. Denmark Lake. excIianKcy. anting as juvenile judge, waived -
to Davis will serve some 75 Polk Is !in the Bradford Coun- Brooker State Farmers Market ng a date to rrsame work. II rhn drawings but didn't name and John A, Torode( ti Pats said that the now the jurisdiction of juvenile P
customers at its beginning.The ty Jail In lieu of ball. lid say. however that: a ;.ii< the,; donor. three-year terms on the board: equipment has been promisedfor court at a preliminary hearing
new water system pro- The boys were bound over Detailed plans ant specifications rill'! bo chosen within 30 days"I That kite one: of the 17 proposed and also( elected Clurenre A ( ,12-wcek delivery and the Wednesday morning. Bond j
ject will make use of the exIsting for trail by County Judge T. may be obtained from thought: we could i dome at the board's( January! Roberts of Lake Butler as a rompany hopes to have It in i was set at $3,000. ( :

city well and the hvdro- A. Yawn at a preliminary '\.f. O. IIal rei!. manager of th" pre.lmlnary' work on the 14 publl']! : mcrtln.7. Is borderedon director for a three-year I! :service hero by this time nexl' Bryant Is charged with t tI tj'
pneumntlc ground storage hearing on January 11. I nrooker market, or fr"mV.. elpclloi: of a courthouse site: the nofti? by Center Street' te-rm. Roberts had been serv- yf.'ir.. :' Present equipment' will llirue cases of breaking and
tank, which Davis said, hasa I 0 Whittle. Chief State Farmers tonight, b'lt the bU map is on the oUtJ1 by Call Street, ''nnr ns Union County advisor j bo .<1.Cl1llll11l'd. entering In connection with
capapcity of 2.000 gallons. TWO ARltF.STF.UIV Markets, Box 1191 Win- over at the courthouse.' It on the east by Bay Strest. and::! to the association. i I I On Pan/ Twol! the recent burglaries: of J, K. I I
He added thai an auxiliary gas WILDLIFE OFFICERSTwo ter Haven, Fla. 33880. wouldn't fit into mv car this on the west by Broad Stl'eetDlI lardy Auto Sales, Noegel's i

powered engine will be purchased -I persons nave been arrested Bids will\ cover construction :afternoon but I thought we ectlv west of the present, :Mlnlt Market and the 301 )
to provide water In the here for violations of of the cooler: room and the "niiM nee Dixve's ICommls- fBfillty, It I is approximately testuurant. lie has spent
event of an electrical power i fishing regulations. Wildlife Installation of electrical and 1(1n( 'r Dnv Shuford I truck 4.25 acres and values on each time at the Boys Industrial
failure. The water will be I Officer John H. :Metcalf arrested -I refrigeration equipment. Bids tonight'' but It's raining too I plot on the! drawing totaled ;School] at :Marlnnna.Urynnt .
II Lore.ne F. Schooler and must be received In Winter' hard for that." $98,430. I was arrested: Satur.iy -

I Ida G. Thornton on Jan., 21 Haven or or before 8 a, m. ''; Shuford came throuatht with It was noted, however, that ,. Jan. 8, In connection

Mothers j and charged: each with havingno Monday.: Feb. 7, a !III':'; soon\ however, to the board can offer only the e t ,Ill the burglary of the J. E.
March fishing llcpn.se. I value of of "' r \ lardy Auto Sales Folowlng
'A-'I' >i t'n, ; b'jard members opinntly appraised a competent
the for site, 'mi' arrest, the youth admitted
Set FridayThe ', aitreed. Ench of realtor any
nonklnjj Into ..Noegel'Unlt:
roe' commissioners Is to
annual Mothers March 'h os a site anJ the final *r j ji ',lirkct: and 301 Restaurant. Bill C. Walnwrlichl
the March Dimes will Police Report Hardy's. was entered some-
for of lotion, made from those:
i uno\ In the early morning. Native
be conducted Friday night by five. I Nine Arrests Lawtey
members of the Junior Wom Each of us should' knowiy t K klay: Jan. 7. The office was

an's Club. All residents are r now \where! we. want the The Starke Police Depart- "ransacked, apparently in ae.uvh Named To Head
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for ; a quantityof
asked to leave their money
porch lets narrow
ourthou" ta: he; ment rerr'rts nine arrasts tan I
lights; on if they wish to con- It. down and get to work;' I 1 1I 1I i crackers was taken from Atlanta FirmBill
week.
tribute to the the past r i v.-mllng. machine. The brand
fund
smif'ir-1; ,rdd.C'mmloner. I
Other March of Dime > George Rob- lf.and In City Court Tuesday i Y:i y +wk qrv .-rurkcru stolen led to the
I night w-ro: on th's urrent. C. Walnwr. \h< n III
events for this weekend Include ,:" took note of rumors that c .i
a Sweepstakes Coll 1, .rl! will: wait until after I Fmnn-jrl! Brown 31, Reno Nncgel'sUnlt: :Market wns of Lawtey, has been 'n, rt
Tournament this Saturday at '" .1 n' elections: to choose rtordej-y| |: c"n-'uct and carry- ,n creel on December 29 and the new president of A'' I
the Starke Golf & Country 1'1r! a concealed! weapon 10 cartons of cigarettes and Federal Savings In A'>:: '<

Club. Each: player may enter I !: r'< ,'"' rrrn-1: nstlnt. myvnIA I $2R: ? ?0) or 40 days. 4 a ewyf two ''aces of beer were taken Oa., it was announce by W
by paying: a $3 preen fee. ( bf""!? the election\( hP Carlos Ford!, 21, Reno disorderly w A f quantity of wine was con- O. DuVall, chairman of t .,'

Gene Raymond and Evelyn ,"<1. r mn"y, when v.e c"n I conduct $152.50. or 2C sumed In the store. A small board, at the annual shareholders
Brummett won the mixed 'ays. amount of change and some meeting, Thursday,
nile, !: '.-i, Intenj\:\ .nt decision"
doubles March of Dimes bow- settle Il'' JAmes Williams, 22, dlsor- ,:lgara were taken in the burv Jan. 20.
'I I i think: wc can
1erly. conduct' $1&250. of 301 I He-Htiuirant. WnlnwH 'n'a'c ''
ling tournament lost week bya Mr. :
it'"!! t the next 30 d'\ 's, ;
combined score nf 1,400. Robert K Brown, 21. Win ": of tV' TT-I ,
'illmm I T-hns said: at that
Another weekend ex t.t was I t; r linen, failure! to have vehicle i Ida and the A.I': '
th matter was
nit S I''I' POST: OFFICE
March of Dim. under control causing i School. He also
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the successful
"' 'n, ,,rd) < No place or date forfurthr I CONTRACT. .\\\',\ItDJoOThe :
es dance held last Saturday :' discussion of the topic: i an accident, case dismissed. from the American. Si: < ii.-:> Ss
night in the Reno Recreation si Hershel Bryant, 21, Reno Atlanta Regional Office Loan Institute.
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Center. disorderly conduct, 90 days of General Service Administration Hive In civic v vTr

Chris Parker, campaign 150 AdvanceCC protitlon.M.V has announced the award Wainwright chairman, said yesterday that M. H, ScoRsln!!' 36 >f n $2,910 contract for paint mist prescient l 01 ,
approximately half of the Banquet Starke failure to have vchlcl'! ing and miscellaneous repairs Savings & Loan I"
$4,000 goal has been raised so 'indpr control causing; an ac 11 the Starke post: office. The past pre'U'Tit of t t't' "J -
far i Sold cident. 30 <:-ays probation successful bidder was Chalendor terian Officers' AT '
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Tickets
Mitchell Crawford, 24. Law Construction Co., 1450 E. Atlanta. He s-erv- "' l r>, x'
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ChamberOf : tey, reckless' driving $17.50. University St., Springfield Side Hospital A"'i '
Ai inx'matp'v' 150 advance Otis Brown, public intoxi! :Mo. Estimated completion chairman for two'r' v
e-'ervntitm: have bean m'\de cation. $27.50.Henry time Is 90 day. a director of th" U""" '! F )1-:
Commerce the annual: Chamber of F. Thorton 20, Points I lly Life In3umn C >'
mim "" hlnq'l! <'t IT he heir' Starke, Improper mufflers, I Mr. Walnwrl-r'.it: ..1' \ '' -
BANQUETSat. t") !St"ke: rnif (",-." ", r', case dismissed \ QfAUTKlin.lCK: CLUB lanta Federal in i l' ''. 'i!

l r, -' h "P-tnrrtay nl'iht startin- I Bradford] Buck Bagged I TO MEET MONDAYThe the son of Mr. and MI >' T <>'

.. Jan. 29 at 7'10. Bank Quarterback Club will L. Wainwright of Law te]

7:30 P.M.: All-State Centerri'amha Master of ceremonies and Community of I.d! broil ''i' it to The Tele- i meet :Monday, Jan 31 at 7:30:
Although Felix Sapp 5 r
guest speaker will be W. J. Elects OfficersFor I Sewer PlantDedication
Starke Golf and former Unl- route 2, Starke has rn'en< ; ':!'Ih wii-li; ; accounts( for Its p.m. at the Recreation Depart
I iRi'-'l" I M'tchum,
State
Country Club vl'rsltv of Florida football New Year hunting den,, for a coed many '<,01' ,iy In 1'u''>il Mtl'in.' ment. Car tags with Set
U. Redding Wi: 'lf" office: said; It was Champs: can be purchased -
Signs end public rela- '""r-, it was not until opening :
I player: now the
AnnualPillentation the Dixie ; At its annual meeting oft day of this !season that he hit on; of the best dyer" tak m in from any member of "Official" derilMtHn! of the
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I Ti-ns) calms' i I Donations. fora
Of stockholders SaturdaY the In the form of a Worth Florida: In many years. club for $1.00 Starke's new $500.000( sewerage -
on Jackpot
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Star Tornado center Butch letlc director and parents. Lime A Stone' Co. of Ocala. Jan'l TV are also avail-
portable
1 15 the following officers 175-pound 15 point buck. The antler spread: was notpartieularly treatment plant is. scheduled -
Citizenship Awards Redding this week signed a Rev. and Mrs N'orman Redding Other activities a"hedul"s able for $1.SLADE.
football scholarship with the of the State Farm. for the annual banquet will elected by' the The kill was made on th" : wide-13 Inches 1 for SaturrlaF"bl mI'V

University of Tampa. Redding is the second of ,, be the installation of new officers I State Bank of Starke: Charley I Bradford County side of New '>'nt the antlers were"described S. at 10 a. m.. ac vHnto..,
I E. Johns president Dr. P, G River Swamp, with No. 1buckshot i ItS "prrtty massive.! Sapp is Cltv Clerk Merrill!! F arils
This Space Contributed A Class A all-state gridder the 1965 Class A state champions and the presentation of : I REArFOINTED
Redding has been called by I to sign a college scholar: annual awards and:! the rec- Felos.' vice president: and B. from a 12- uagegrin. having: the head mounted. Representatives of the citv's
Weekly to Publicize I Bradford High Head Coach ship. All-state end E: Community Events by David Hurse the "best lineman I Douglas has slTnei with Oeorila ,' tens of the area. dent. Altnouxn: tne buck was point b'lck was killed in Adams has announced the re- Smith, and Hills of Jacksonville -

I I've ever coached." Lookn I Tech. Quarterback Donald I I Following! the banquet and Margaret: I. Mlller"was elec- bagged! on opening! day Mr Oiamo County several. ytarsivo : I commissioning of T. H. Slode and the city council will
The CommunityState on as the 1965 Tornado Falcon and fullback Mickey p-oarsm. the annual: chamberii ted assistant! vice presidentand Sapp! :jdst. last week obtaineda b'lt' !''In 1>P'" trophy was of Starke as a member of the be hosts at the ceremonies Ed-,
slims his grant-in-ald with Agnrr' are also\ under consIder- ...tii !h" held with mu.'lc cashier. and Jean O. copy of this photograph des'abed n "0:1" of thp finestto I Bradford County Hospital The public Is invited,

Bank the Spartans in Tampa> is ation for college grid grants. by The Delores Stanton Group Mormon was elected assistant]! from the Game Commission come out ""of this section in I Corporation board of trustees wards aided.

,j> Sam Bailey, U, of Tampa ath- i of Gainesville cashier. many years.




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Local admlttiinces to Bradford I: air IF Mr. Meng 78 odlHt, Church Miami Arrangements I loulilit lit."'.dr'| '|. M Muni'n.' I 'Iltu'r'1l.I'in,,',.',III'I,4',. ,.MiilliiJfi'V', *'"r--, -ihly Ion : or I'rbruu h..r"I' ,,IV 7. I I.' '.,..I., '
In charge of I MTl till, I,right! I", ..
County hospital this I ate ll,'I p II, "..KIM'. KI..I, 'liU.: .I'-'IIJ':J :; i
week Include: :Mrs. Cora Car- '| J1H Van Orsdala Funeral Hume of i "I'hoiK is.-.a-ii.:; in-, w. IP.. \\'hitIt i rt'Jtti. i any i'n ut 1 1 ,.1.MI". ,
W&IIcr.ADYS msanm ull Mill' In tin I 1..1 IMII
Itt!', Mis. Patricia Kay Caitcr.Cuitia : Passes Here Corn I Gables. j I kets I Ir...,I iMil'T.I' O"Slnii'. H'"H 1'111'110 11111., li\ Muff loll.>i. I the "Ml"ii'liKm, ,m., i i1'iotfr.uii I" "I ,

Lee, Mrs. Ireno Brooks. Mr. Halle IK. survived by bin .., .I M. "l-'lorlilu., .1 ."lit'', I riimiiMII. j, .
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After illness :Mrs.N.. G. Hallo of .\ .ii l> piiHlt ."t SI(1Ilo,( < I II"l\ I.I: i ''n\; 'I I I Ifumm
Weldon' Johnson Jr., Thomas mother ; :: : "n.'i'; ,, .,
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: MOOTY\ Johnson MIRe: WilhelminaHarper. Starke; two sons and u ..1'IIIt..I.' mill I'll hid' l> W lul, 111
I Daniel Weeks :Mrs: daughter of Miami: and n planet .,, .. ,rl l'"l i ( "MI.I, I.' I" IlII'" I II
Phone CII')(> 1 1-0651 Lawrence! Mcng, 78 of Toledo I "..11-1 I I IIIU'M' ll I I.I ,II |p' I .0'1 ,, ,
\ Lillian Bishop Sr.. Susan. Alvarez Ohio, died InI./ Sturlta brother Woodnn G. Halle of j, CIilit,|, ,l. I .',11') ll I", 1 .M.,I'l'<.I I ."..1- I I'M DIvlBl" II' 4IIIu .
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Mr'. Miami ... I h ..1II'. I I .I I \V. II \\ < I I'i
Shirley Fuquay. hospital Tuesday! morning af-

:\II.Ilnnlc. : BI-H-H it., o f Jfi) '. and :\Irs. Don Ray Til'it Nellie Poacher, and Mrs Mln-: lei an Illness of several 1

Im'ItiI.. a patient in the ;.... t Jacksonville pent the nle Nuuman. nil of StaikeMi.s L weeks. Born in Genoa. Ohio! :
A Classified Ad<1 In the Til.tGR.tPII ;-
Starke Nursing HomeMr. weekend with Mr. and. :\1I's'l : I'lilnu: Wrinkle, Juli.i Red- Jan. 9. 1888. he was a.\ retired" TRY

: and h11"1 A. S i l u'ri1'Jtu.r J. U ..I.itkaon.Ho : f en in. and\( ::011 It. Rosa Sible\ music stole merchant and u .

m na. \'. and Mrs: Hairy Sell of Keystone, H..lghtllh's: : i members of Gc.su Catholic
ion wei .
over the \vocttinfl, 1 visiting. >; l derv. Ir. and children of HotSpunks. I F.llle! Boatwrlsht: of Laptev: Church of Toledo. Ohio. Ho IM a'I''a'lo''osa: iiiiiot. ITo
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Mis.: R T hiipps" ..mil :Ml: and N, C. were, vlsitiiiK ,i :\11'". Ida VVhileheiid of Melrose : hud been visiting In Florida rll'nhh, mill",, !'liilx. fir,. I'm I CRISP I

Mm.: William B.II ""Bon. :\tllad, / Mia: L. to'. Smith over I II KathyloHley: of :Mlddlebuig. : Cubs Hold Pincwood Derby for tbe past six weeks. Ing lumber |sly 1 wood.. \MIII) ,| '", n.
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tliu I wtekerd.Mm. nnd Mrs." :Mary: LeWIs Surviving are hid wife. fiberglass. inn* ,nit' 'I"i ii I'
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xn-tr I "M "N. rill -nil mil'ih *
I : R. L.. Spongier of St. of Giuliani. An i rxullln: "1"1"1'i r ''UP' ribbon for winning within Freda Wald Meng of Toledo: \ ', lard. ),. ptiiml.lnir.' I"", f I'''i''...i. !1'UESSIWE FKIii. : '
Augustine Is staying with heron I In GatllnbuiK Tenn over by" In which each boy racedn :! the den. and Donnie Noel 1. three sons, Raymond Meng of end l .r'.I..I' i II..n egnlpu| "' in' :" "il
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:ft and clniiKhter-ln-Iaw.: the weekend twere o sec the Snow Plnewood Del'by"Iacque Oakland. Calif.; Francis Boxed Chicken .
FLORATHEATRE mlnlatui-1 ( Al't.t ue and received a Si ruMrice, ,MMMii,' nnl,;, fir.i 'mvltutlin TI l'iDlm. :
V..1. while j i T. (0. Ritch Hampton and Pall] ,
Spt-nglei Meng. ; .
MK Mis
: mil Ur. and mils'" tnthcr h.d i 1 III' :: >. featured: foi his car which In runt"rn4 'IIII-H. uI i > nnlllHli Served l With I-'rcnoli
her, husband! ID convalescing in and family and Mr.. and :\11'8.CII'I the Cub Sciitl Pack 70 ine.-t-: traveled the loninst' distance: :Meng.: Starke; two daughter, Itiiulici' .and Inn ilii l 1.1K. ,ioliitlinv ? DbLIClOl1SII ll
Sinlr Hot I
following I :Mrs.: Kenneth Staffer livingin r..f'.I..nll"' n quill| > Fries, Sole
St I.uUc Hospital :Minx and son, TcnyMr "
lu nil of the
I Inn, In th' Mel h 'dlrt IytloWship races. ilea, far, ,oiiHlriii I IInir I .null'I rI i* I
"l'g'1'YlondIlY.: :: and<1 Mrs: Dewey Warren Hall Tu- 'ay: nt-!ht. 'I Many award and promotions Arabia; and Mrs. Paul nlHhlnit a i i".alplet.-| l uprrabl/| i -
Loral patients In Ga. Individual Va. quell, Sandusky Ohio: frlicorutIfin 110111" nuproclI| ; mi' ..I.I
spentTuesday
HOelOI"1 of Savannah A winner w l is; p,c'\e; I fr.\ )m! were given 1 to \ (
.. thin week : live brothers Louis. Alphonus 22 ft x 21 ft within .\lxlmir Bucket Chicken
ShowtimeWeekdays 7 Hospital unit Wednesday with each Den Bill. I \are pi:'vr.t' Cuba "I'nlt No. I I. In' nnkr l i Hl.+l> I KIIIII01 .. .,,- $1.10
Sunday :3:00.:( Saturday 1 :Mrs Christine" Brook, WillI Mr. and Mm J. S. Sapp! nnd above: I fl.J1\\ 1 1ft. I George: : The next Pack meeting will' and Edward Meng, all of 1'x', Mnrk.. *>i. UruokMr.' ,RIn11,11,, i "
i-l CS. l'IIICliE'iBox :
I Ice (k'Igga, and Jimmy O'Hern attended the funeral I of Mrs. Prevatt. Den 3 : OIMul::! -, *te i held on Feb. 21. when the I Genoa Ohio; Raymond: and .Kill illit, in iu used. will' I" i r' II i iMMIl !9'

T1IUUS.. FlU., SAT. of Lake Butler; and Lee Roy Mildred Sapp. tins Den 1 ; fluky Ho/c! Dan whole Pack and 'other Interested Eugene Meng. Toledo Ohio: I .Ml( tolerance t't '1.: Incll (fI"of| lllf,CI"-h."I. 1"lltl-" <' Shrimp /i Pt. 'ole Sl.iw.; lint

Jan. 27. 2S. 21! Clown and Robert Clark of Sheriff and Mrs. P. i 1). Red 2; Donnie N'eel.! r n 4: Char-: :, people; will be Invited to two sisters :Mra.:/ Clarence tfratle nun) Served-'wilh' French 1r.II't.'d"" :a i to I

Double K"itnro! I'rn:rnr Still keMm dish attended the Sheriffs leg Norton. Den 0, and:! ;:ldir the annual Blue and Gold Hammer Toledo and Sister AIM .iniriifli, trim... i 101IH. ,, ,nounHtruitlun Fries. C'ule f'1.l1I0t Hungry People
'
: Carl Thompson of' Mary Loretta of TlfAn Ohio. tif rnutvt i and t I'
isl convention in St. Augustine Blalock. Den 5. Bouquet furnish, .and InMlnll' i I-'rlc' .. Rolls
1
l ? ]J Roanoke Rapids N. C. Also surviving are 37 grand $?
f last Wednesday to Friday at Each boy was awarded n lion im'MI' must' In ui\ > i 25
rvMJMXKiMf speeding! two weeks with hersonml.iw the Ponce de Leon Hotel. Also )- children. breakdown t ,' Hhiiwlnir I hi1.,1>.,, '.n, &..
/ and. d.HKhle11'/ : : The Rosary wan! recited In these HoiiiH xPpnracly., ) llnlilii( $1.25
the banquet I
,
ea j Call Sewell. attending Jones Memorial Tues urIn t HIII.\.I| | HI linn.. "i lull.
Chapel
MIN:
rid\
: ( and ) and Mrs. A. J. Burry ,
Mr. Dr. .
Thursday night were opening ll plcnl. ili>tull .r.I I,1\
::'oti.I""de: Sewell and I Mrs. Vernon Reddish Mr. and nnd family were In Newbcriy I day night at 8 o'clock] Requiem IT. 'M2'ri :Mrs H. K. Norman of Rk'h- Mr: nnd the weekendlsiting Mr. Mass will be celebratedIn [ HulldliiK I r rnilK. fur. 1'1.,1, | I t-;: Tub Chicken Barrel Chicken:
Reddish" over
r I t i'i'l' (li; i I. hIt n' bern vlflitlnxMi ) :Mis. Jimmy Mr: W. N. S' I I11' the Geiu Catholic Church Ifloll' I I..h:. "coat. "rail Ioh'I). ,,. 's. ('II I'KIsN' :\!
'.Irs..itni. Blown Godwin and :Mrs\ Burry r.'J : .CHURCH Ill 11.1..1.. ll l h l' II l tl i5 i-P( ( 21-PCS.:! (CIIICKKN\ ':
: anelII'H.: VV 15 and :Mrs L. K. Dugger and :\ nnd :Mis. J. H IuPrr.) Toledo. Saturday morning stink or bid band! In, nmil.mil Pint Cole Sin"" Hot
I th.. pist I two wetksMt SI'W"I1\\ visited John Saue in the Lnke with interment In CIIJVltI..VCl'metery. ,, fir I" I IMI I' i.i ill, ..r Ili t;, I'I. Cole Slaw lint" ;
( : Horace :Milo Zeigler. NEWS I II.IH- bid, ,puviilili' I I" 11 v l I. Kolls Freda .) I to 7,
: mid Sirs I I .Rolls:
Bennie Williams of Augusta City VA Hospital on Sunday.: p I COIIIIIT., ''"nunsiaur)' I "I'l v-- ..
,,1/!i md, I j'uiBhtor. "f ,'"( Ga. and John Williams of Pa- I Donnie Thompson and hn DeWitt C Jones FimouilHome ,, cull Ir..'.. IIH KlllllllllU" thill' III,." Ilunsry People

pspIAVIRION' villc were, Satiirdiiy visitors the weekend with French, class. from St. Johns was In ,ih.iixe; t>r local i hldd...'r. If ii\\finlii1, Hi*. t.( 5.25
.. l.itkii spent .icivloes. will u Illiln XI' ili<\ ill" n i IIt. i i
.
OIAuxe Cocoa' ol\ :Mi' I'd: Pieviilt.Mifsf : attended 3.75
their patents. :Mr: and : River Junior College I.'o noli., >. brhui, i-l', 'ii'.' I
) .4 Si'leet.i and .,,, Ann I Mack: Williams. Ih'8.// the opera "Carmen" last :MAIUSON: SIKKITPIIST : : I "aiviird., outer ,Into, .iln,. wtiii. i iliiii I''
uockend, guests of .' the Civic B \ i'HUItfll -trui" '\11"u .IK,iiintn, \ ",
H"II,1"qc" Qjldwlr.and Tuesday night at Services Held
Hister. Mr and Mrs. Ray '! I\\1\0' ''lo'I'n i mi.."ni. n r ,\i"i "i II: '"!IIi French Fries25c 50c 75c-$1.09r.il.l ] |
find -
linillu'i'-ln-law Jacksonville. .
full Key! udltorlul\! in ,
:
Snake '
son. Hal. of : M.nlison Street U' < "I' ll IJp." I I t''i fat i I i red I
!SIOII) \\ :
.. Lt. nnd :Mrs Q. R. Colby Baham'Islands., spent I Mr. and :Mrs. J. B. Dnnsby i Mil'. unit i %. ''. .Ml.. in"'I i "n. in .
I .1 ukHonvllle.Ati Abaco( snIt Bishop Sunday::: Warship services' Tuesday For ,.nun'n< t,,.i", (p' i iholnl ,. YOUR ORDER IN:':-]IT VVIM. UE HI'UY'WilEN :
In and of Perry son .. .
weekend with Mr: I I .. '
the 9:41 m.MoiuliiB I i ito
Sunday Si-hool.: ) : n with' i "unl t i i-
"lid1.:\ .. nob Crosby U.insby. and Micky Dansby.. I''o' YOU: AUU1VK- -PHONE( 961fill1iTASTEEFREEZ
: Mr Gilbert\ Ooldnire. I 111. Ill |I' u in" in' i
i mill {amllof Jacksonville, Johns attendedthe students ut U. of F., spent Wouhlp.! 11 am. Mrs. Sapp, 46 luriIn 'Hi.. .i"n,,,..,n,,n',' .. 'I'" I I

(/ ADAMS/ Jam w I AW*-.-.. :I j ',no' renting! the Tlum-is loused Mrs funeral RubY of R. M. Oilftln ,, the weekend with :Mr. and I Intermediate"I( Choir piactlce.: Youua 4:45: I1,' nnrl'I in' ,,"i', i .ii,. 'nI i' .III i i 1"It i" ", DRIVE-INK!

....ae..a.ae..e..ae ,I ((127 N. Walnut street" re- in Tampa last: Wednesday and :Mrs. R. O Dansby. People's 5:45 Mr''. Mildred Brown Sap| I" "ilit 1 i.n' i i .
Phi' i I'litlv occupied, byTr.: and Mis Griffin ;\11'. and :Mrs. W. F. Herlongof pm. Youth Fellowship. : 16. died Sunday at her homeIn I ,e'?, i .1.| .i 11 I ,; .i's i, I I I I Inn
She I'emnlnedIth p.m. Tt'aliiln" Union, flU: 'ke after extended I .inn.,) .., 1,1,1, ,' '
Mi-,, .1 1C. flatten< who havE'muv..d until Saturday Saluda S. C. spent T url- Clicle. Stni an _
I Dr. and p m. WMU Prayer Illness. She was born In Stance _
Into their new home on Jone day' to Sunday with
.
C11ID Tyler
DUD MM ( ::\11'. andI1I's.: .
su Irt NW. South Mis.: H. H. Adams. 7:15.: on A u/if. 2, 1919 and hud lived r.:, _
ISONm .,. i,a I Here varationing! In' Wednesday: Prayer ,and, :::1
:\li ...n,111': ''. ,t. C VlnlnRni Florida last week. IIAU.IARK:- ClULWHEN'SVALENTINES ChuichChoir here all of her life.
..1 I fmiilv, of Pnlatkn were, Jerome Johns was! in Atlanta -'/! PRICE AT Praise 7:30: pm Mra. SH|>P had served with
i 8:30.
MOntSTPHI practice : the county ASOH offire rm
4,1m; I .tllIevenlnc; supperguests Ga over the weekend attending BtTLLI.NGTON'S. Junioi!
L. D. :Miss Jane Adums left Tues- Thursday: Sunbeams more than, 20 years' before' hi
/ of :Mr nnelh'lI. I the Phillips Jobber Motors
; and Intermediate: OA's. T-3r: Terwiilegar
INI Vlnlng met'tlnll's. day for Sulllnx College Bris retirement due to 111 health.
pm. Bciinner.' Primary nndJunior She; was a member of fine! )
tol. Va. She was accompaniedby
I INNTN! :Mi mil :\ll'S..1IrkV' .. Hall :\ Ralph Ka/-arlan. and Choirs 430.:
r Level Baptist Church
:Mrs: H. H.
her
!' dinner guests of I Adilenne.! of Orlando mother _
Ttllh u rf Siimliv daufihtei. provided.! A pl.ir- 1
Nursery
Adams and Mrs. S. G. Den- Surviving Is her husband J
I14FR I It t md :Mis O L. Colby in vlsitlivj her pairnts.3in. .
were mark. for all ancs\ Re:. Folder L. C. Sapp: two sons, Bodily nnd'
.1.I i" liMinxtlle and also. visited and Mrs Charley Juhnover >
:Mrs: Alice Anderson and I Rowan pastor. Wayne Snpp; her mother. Mr
:Mr nit Mrs: T. S. Espy in the weekend.
[ ulster" :Mii Carl Bauer of I I : F.!:,,lon' Brown: and u brotherGilbeit $ 1\\\\t
lisnnville Mike Gold l e of OCAla left .s'\ f1:
I Greenville :Miss, wets visit- t'IRSTlln'UOUI.T: ; S. Brown nil of !Stink
\u. i !FV Stiiukliind, and last we ken'1 for Harvev. I-a.IIIMC
.JURTRHNOLBS ICHH HOYT.. Ins their uncle I. B Burton ('nrittii! Funeral services were held
,ilmchlci., "'::1.1111vil.lh',1 \. he has accepted a posl-
in Orlando, last Tuesday andVodnesiltVV at 3 p.m. Tuesday in the Tine -
.. -I\, \1 I Io" ,, i MiiM-i, .IiickHonvillc tl In with the Continental Con \ ::10' ..C9:..,(ittvgafat'. th'i.w' ('r': : I.uvel Baptist Church with
SL'N.; ;MON.. TUESi/ I ni', Tiusilns.. ,,,. FI.oillcv..." home Co :Mrs Ooldwlie ulll join I Sunday:: clvirrh S 'hodJl'tt '1 Rev 'D. L. Rnniney and Rev TRUCKS Ru

Jan. :
,(on University. Arthur Holli'ay and Mss 11 aim, Youth Choir practice
was in the family plot lass i
-- Oht. i -- Jane Wafler of William Cirev: Phone Company 4:30() IJ m. Snack:! Supper for I In Crosby! Lake Cemetery under

I r..es Collete.; Ilattiesburu,(;. Miss will MYP.: B pm. MYP meetings. I direction of DeWitt C. TRUCKS

spend: the weekend with :Mr 0:30.: EvenlnuVornhip.:: : 7::30.1,i Jones Funeral Home. .

I J() l S HlIIT114l11 fl 301 and Mrs A. N. Holliday. Plans Expansion Mon 'av- Olil\ \ Scout m Active pallbearer "wore' TRUCKS TRUCKS

:Mr and Mis R V. McDan- Inns In Fellowship HallTIXXJP: I Owen, Alvarez. Paul Faulkner.Leon "

':1' \\1 l of Hampton. Va. were 1603.: 3.t 13.:;: Trop:( ; 606!, 4:30:1: : Conner. Austin Fendet.IFate I

AVLOU : DRIVEINOpen I weekend guests of Mr and Continued[ from Pave One ) Troop (007; 11:30.: : Brown nnd Furl (iuorlnum. -

. : Mis; It R. HJtclilnKS! TlleS"IFxeeltI! \'; Committee .
'.. 7:00: Bill:) Green: and Dar' Id .ar011 \- Th new equipment will eliminate :! of WSC3 meets 1111, The Best Chance You'll Ever Have To

.. of South I many troubles, Pat/
of the University
Show Time 7:15:> Ladies Hlbl CiBsiroom. 9:30:
: I. B. S. Hardman
sold thief of which Is the
the weckpn; nv- '
\ ATMISSIONtdulta !\ C.irollnapent v ith: ; Mnn1: Mi' LeO GrepnMs loading of talking: paths I I Tarn a m. WSCS meting: business, :In sanctuary and pro- Funeral! Services Get The Truck You Want\ At The Low-

i I 1 7.5tudent4; 60c( I! and:! Mrs. Ben Hall. :\.1: through the office. This IH the 1 10 'I
Children Under 12 Free trouble when the dialer gets" 11111. Held Sunday
n"b-I
Hall and
Jack
:1.111's: WI'hll'sd.yPrlmarv and I IJunior
be! Shuford spent the wopkem a busy, signal after dluKng/ : the Choir pi nctire. 3:15: ,I est Price Ever With The Highest

TIll'KS., Fill., S.t'l'J.ln. :! at the: Hill tamp; on the I, Brut three or four digits of P'nvcrleel.1nA', : 7 p m. | B"nillm q "'". tin" n 7:1: .

27. ::9. 141> I Oklawnha RherMr II number. This trouble will Chancel of IIOllln ".. I 'I.t 'TOO. 'i' *iv

Double) Feature Program" / and Mis: T. H. Slude. be eliminated with Installation Choir Thur-da.V.ichcaisil.< Feb.' 7:30 3-: .Ian. :20.! '.. i 1 I' it. ,, vithorn" Trade-In Are

I :\11'V.' S. Slade and of the new equipment, Patz I p.m. ( aft":. .'n r-- "i:led m. They ; Driving Them)
.,fA( **" 1\II'S.// said 'I :
Clyde Sinclair spent the
; IHIST, PRESBYTERIAN: ;
end nt Fast tauci'rdnlp\ Kv-' "The new equipment will be news.He WIT !h ,, 'nv ,t Vlrfflnta -
/ motion picture Iyn Sinclair vns the guest of Just like driving a modern ('i1UHC11Emir on A.... 1 to 1 ino 1'1'"M? .i i Out At Unbelievable Prices! We Need Us-

heart will I, Joyce Denmark\ over the ]: inr In comparison. withI/ ale for the week: member r'' t'i,, t'olil,1 ".. Bap1tl !
Jj/-"ia' your :Model: T," the manager said. School 0:45 a. i I =t CI.""..'i'
I wppkendM" Sunday : n veteran" oil|

:: .'. never forget Olrnn; : Massey Ma :McAtepr: of !Tampa nnd weic Mrs' I He equipment described Installed the. in present 1958, : Youth Moaning':\ Fi'llohlp.Worship. 6pm 11 a. m. WOI'lriV the A"e"'ii"- 'T. .and c'tlon i: memberof I ed Trucks Now So Trade Today While\


.... .// .. .... : .nests of Mr.. end :Mrs\ Gcorae\ as bsolete ', Wrdn -'dIlYSession Mcet- Suiv1-1'' !'' nf. tiia| n-'rlniv'

....' Flynn Jr over lute nnkoniMs : The now equipment will al- Inu 7 M: p m Cora Ilar-'min. of ITolli>t"r You Still Have

} "Nt't111Sr1111 : : G'npvlcxp Glssv ofMnp so inrorpornte, tho capability i i Thin dav. Fcta 3 Choir one ran "''-! 'f (:hart..g, Iftid-

1\ : :!IP! L'1ke.V.. Vn Is viiltin-j for touch tone dIaling Patz Piactlce 8 p. m. man .tstln'iM: "'Ith fie U. S 1I

'her\ son nnd:! daiiahtcr-ln-l.iw. .said although this will not be I Filrtav Feb. 4-..Bible Study. navy! In Tciiiic srnnrl one

:Ml and:! :Mrs, J. A. GlssvCa nxailablc for some time after I' 7:30: p m. "liter t :ATV H Putnam of Cl To

.. -"?t= SteD nmirk: nndniik the inxtiination is. completed. Cle\.n... 0',1". ,
.
Tourh tone dialing: replacesthe t'msTPTIST Flll"'I'I services! t4l P
: if lira. Roirnberq Mitlm''' sealer Proiticluntmmi : KilV4 of noMail: : MllltarVCo'.lP"e. : were held ),
.. .1"11.. '. : B. ihfs\, ,lljp. On ,wir, present, telephone dial with (CIIUHt' i at 1tn: n. m. !Rutirfav! \ In Jr>neMemoilii <
.. E enooEUY SEACID FANTONI ivrpkend guests of :Mr. and ten buttons which are" pushedto :: ; ("''"1>1'1 with RevEdgar I f Select-- = -
: entlraaIpe"' Uo l<1'r' h' Ut IIM' : get the Insured' 'I Schedule services
:\Ii. .. S O Denmark. number. of : Wilkinson And Rev I

Mr, a II"11') : .; 011'1llIlhl'ws: I Pntz said that the number i i Sunday)! Sunday School RavmoiH Cirt; <;' offlclatlm l I

Wed.. Thin--,; Fri.! S.it. r I,'.'Ichrat '(1 iht-lr 54th weddlnu of telephones served by the I'I 9:45: n m. Dr Edwin Hartz Interment.10* in th! family

_ Feb. 2. :3.$ I. .", WALT anniversary, last Friday night j local company had Increased 1 will be 'most speaker to adults plot in Cro.s'w. Lake Cemetery I From p

f b* .,-..a, ."> DISNEY with dlnnp-, at the home of 30 per cent In the last two from, all churches! I Sunday under (l1I'l'l'tl(11of npWltt c'l'

i. years. The company now has 'I School Departments 10 a. m. Jones' FunerAl .
.. .. ;Ur and Mrs: Bruce Mathews Home! j
3.013
When
thiseligible
phones in Its Starke. Mnrnlnu Worship sermon\
DOROTHY FESS In Galnosville The Bruce Actlvp pallbearers< wereinembers
Uwtey, and KIngsley Lake! "The Greatest Love1 11 a. m
Mathews ,
; Sundn\
of
!t" faml'v wen \ American l.e'Zlon'
. F. B. I. man 1' McGUIRE and PARKER Jxthang-i-.s. In 1958 the total I Youth Choir practice[ 5pm. I
,,
....... drone:' uuests of the Post 56.Former. WE HAVE _
--" Garl' Was 1,400. JUNOI'I!
I IlTC
:Mathews heie '\ Youth Rally ages from

1. \{ :Jt.l l CO: :Sir and :\I\\'< Otiv Sale nero" ; the local company la HUh and up. to be held In Resident 1-2 TON
.
J .11 Jacks iiv:ale, Sunday anJ owned by Continental Tele- \ In First Methodist FellowshipHall. ) I 3-4 TON 2 TON

I tails YLL Rh ," ? ''nxiltliii I :Mr. and :Sirs.I: phone Corporation of Stxmls 6pm. Evening! Worship Jack Haile, :

,(1i 6 her I combined" service, all
cat !
., K'ith Gil'.invlumMr :: : I :
.,..), through 1 nnd Mrs: Bill :MithwsntKl < ': I churches participated In Dies In Miami CUSTOM CABS '

-on. BT and :Mrs VeinonSmuckpr Services Held Family Life Conference First I .J
"t" I luck (
his yard r b 1Jj visited
the chase C oy?r' on Ssmln': For Mrs. Stafford ', Monday WMU ExecutiveBoard anti as the "result, of a heart 6 AND 8's
will meet at church.
leads k 4 7 ;., :Mrs: Fmllle Ji hrHn r. mouser 'I attack Complete details were
\ fl :: of1: 1P: E Grlffls re- Friday Morning 7-30: p. In. not available,
NM
Oti11 aIM14als M but funeral services RADIO AND
4 _
: general HEATERS
Tue"dayVIU
II I 'MI n-I (to Frankfurt :M.ilnOi : I I.
,44 will be
.. held at 3:30
:
... I meAlna. with covered dish p.m
'
\rmativ i bv I-t last r: 'daviftei '
Plus Friday in Peirine Peters
Meth-I
:
I \ :M'.s! ElUnheth Curtis Staf- luncheon! 12 noon. Junior
to this \' spenclin" more\ thin: a
SHORT
'" :\\. 1 cool"" nsu( i \ vcnr herr with her, daughter' foM. 72. of Starke. died In a Choir \practice; and Sunbeams AND LONG WHEEL BASE

-, ilCJf r MICAN J local hospital: Wednesday meet 3-30: p. m. OA meeting THE BRADFORD
" .t .;/ kitten \\\Ftfll (1' ItTIRNATIOHAI. 1 'nit: fll m1 v
. ,' and the Eli '" ," "." ..JF.WF.IItI'RI.t: : morning after nn extended I j Primary Choir practice and COUNTY TELEGRAPH S

n 1. -. .;.". Till.Its.: mi.: SAT.: AT,, ilne! s. She was born In Hi- 'I Beginner :Music: Activity 4-30: ,\\\1t TRUCKS ,

FUN STARTS FLYIN'I.! 81'I.USC TOS's. brld-e, N. Y on D<>r. 18. 1893.Yts m. Deacons meeting! 7 p. :. Published every Thursdayat

Mis:: Albeit, J. :Mercer: has : staffoid had resided in I'I'P. 138: "'. Gill! St.,

. WaltDisOetaa GDLPF ]KtJD" returned to her home in Central Staike for several years and Wednesday Sunday Starke, Fla. 32091E. And They All' Are 4'm8D

-.. I City. Kv. after an extended was a member of the First School, Superintendent's cabinet I L. Matthews editor and
) Y.
) visit Methodist Church. meeting' 8 m. Prayer I
.. Ft E : with her on and p.
!
D publisher!\ :
- \ i <'lall.lthteIn.lllw.Ir., : and, :MisM : Survhlnn are her husband.> Meetln! 7pm. Adult Choir (I

.r t < o- I. : PI'per' Ji 1'. Howard A. Stafford of Starke: practice 8 p. m. I, Se'ondIU\ postage paidat

- / Mi:: '. and :Mm Kviln: An- one daughter :Mis.:. John E.1 I Starke Fla.

- BiKjt&! [ &' ; dtewi. were at Cedar Key over Can- of Shoieham. N. Y. ; a ',

T the weekend sister Miss Roberta J. Curtis with Rev John R. Biabhnm Subscription Rate: :

.. : Mr and :Mis J. n. Chnstpeni of Tampa, and one III'au.:!- officiating Interment _will: be In trade area: $3.50 per ? J w-

-- MRCH' and family \\-rr'< in Tivnios'Saturdiiv daughter In Crosby Lnke' Cemetery *.thDeWltt year: $2.00 six months.

night and Sunday I I Funeral service will be held ) Outside trade area: S4.0O
c Jones Funeral
ItCHNICULOIT, Your Authorl/l Furd Deafer ]In Hrudford and Union Counties
owsw. >+ r lnaw visiting Dr and Mrs. Argln at 11 1m.. Friday momlngin Hom in charge of nirnn!{e- per year: $2.23 six", months. ..

Boggus. I i Jones Memorial Chapel menU" ,
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I Tntn o.\v. T\N. :27. 1000! BRADFORD rnmiTT' TRnLCdRAPB, ......AIt1(1l:, rtX>Rn>A 1MOK': THREE'
!

I .., I Cub : :10':l l' violin1.<< Class Entertains !
McGriff Scouts
I .. Homemakers Club Kathleen Enjoy All children 5 through 0 j

Holds InstallationOf Has Birthday Party I Airplane Hide .\,,'."', old Li ic mvitad to at.kofl'oahments I Mrs. X. M. Smith

1 lo.nl. will beI
New OfficersThe LIttle Kathleen McGriff Eight boys from Cub i K. "ut' I served. Mrs. X. M Smith was honored -

celebrated her sixth birthday Den 4 took a trip to the I Keystone t on her birthday Mon i tay

Starke Extension Monday afternoon when her Heights Airport rr,'nnt- InviteFriends when tier Mzth.'xll-u; : Sunday

GLADYS MOOTY Homemakers club met Thurs- mother Mrs. G. J. McGriff I Iy where Lucy Conway: run,iud) Dyes School Class with Mrs. A. N.

day Jan. 20. at the home of Jr gave a party for her from them on an aiipl.mu\ rldu. To View Holltday. teacher -af a din

Phone 9640651MilesMcDavid Mr Marts! McMtirtrlo with 3:30:: to 3:30: o'clock. I After the trip they .'ni",vcil, ner party for her at the Holiday

13 members present. An attractive yellow and'! a weiner roast nl then hmni Camellia Garden Inn.

BPW District : The following officers were white color motlff was carried I of their den mother Mri. M. The clans presented Mr*.
1d"" and !Mrs. John B. Dye
Har-
V.
Installed by Mrs II. out in the party decorations.The L. Proctor ,JI'. TheyVPII' m-" Smith with a p>;i' 'unulUt;
Held Starke | iris ire their. friends to torn
the ,
Meeting din president of
refreshment table was companied by Mm. BloanioDcrkman and birthday cake cl.irin; the
.
At Inn ., 3arden Club, and inch waajrcarnted covered with a white linen assistant. den. mother tini, \llwlli: gardens at their' dinner.
Holiday
Mrs. li.i'intin; i'usnl3y: : I Lake from
with a rose: ,
I cloth and centered by a yel- and Polo Novak Also! .. enJoying -
.. Mrs. 2-:; p. m. Suitdiy Jan. 30 Th?
Oa.'sett president
;
Members of the ten BPW Davis low and white tiered birthday the outing were Nnu-y: '*
Uy's have: t 'arnslve plantings
Clubs comprising District 3 Marta MrMurtrle.( vice presl- cake. Mrs. O. J. Phillips Jr. Michcle and Davirl, Proctor,
of the Florida State Federn- I f sent: Mrs. Budiy lewis, secretary presided at the punch. bowl. and Cheryl Dcrknvin. ,.t t ''HIM, : ,II'. )I. 01 varieties of CAIt1) OI- THANKS:-'; !
'mill.i /rind this Invitation
An-
MM.
and Myrtle
ton. met at the Holiday Inn : Also assisting in serving were '
I l i \1 I 1v tli: !MI should be of Jni We wish to thank ill our
club I derson, treasurer. Mrs McGriff Sr. and Mrs.
Sunday with the Staike I Story Hour Set ,
"Secret Pals" were dlsclosrd i i f! t't flu' ny\ '-11'1Dye\ is friends relatHes, and neighbors -
as hostess. Clubs l'epreoselted'were Bobby Biggs. I i IMC! jn-mcr riii-lo; Bell Blanch- for their! many ,.,its of
For
'I r each member and new
rt4 Gainesville Hastings '. '. J ":'. .,. by The 20 children ThursdayStory .,',.I"\ .of Lawtey. kindness during our re cnt
., the
Jacksonville Lake City Muc- ,.,. .' .d pals will be chosen at
received
favors of ,
.1 God bless uuch
sorrow. May
clenny North Jacksonville( \' ..-" '. i. .". ,. ... -1 February meeting. noise makers bubble attending// Hour will he, hell ,it. of The
) ofChirlei
one family
I. '
-'I Riva-Towne.( Riverside, St. I .. ;; ';" ;" "". ... .. ''.'f .j', Plans are being made to candy. Also were the Sturkc- Public Llbr"r\' "n( Try the New ESTf.R-: you.Milton Silcox.A ?

I Augustine, and Staike. I ........ .._ 51 'r"I R,"' have an "Apron Workshop: ten mothers. I Thursday. Feb< 3, ;.it ,1.:.10!!) j p> ,,.,. ROOK foiirtnlii pen. TfI.F.f : -
.
: ," ." covered dish luncheon at with :Ie \I'"
,/ I hhe dinner table was decorated ..J and Mrs.V n Siogp.ini:'; ,. .-- Classified Ad in the TELEGRAPH : -

with growing strawberry '4 ... .1'. the February meeting! which brln< .. -e.utanLWLLY /
'.r! 4..L I -----
plants, complete with blooms ; will be held at the home of L.JU 'Ir.i

and red berries, provided by 1 ......S \\r Mrs. Robert Bavksdtile. I
1 ,
Z .17' ; D. W. Starling of Lawtey. '. '-r. :: : "!" A program on "You and
First-timer corsages of plastic "r 01 .. J', )i.Jt''" color" was presented by Mrs. I I IOassett.
-... : ,
-t" \ .
'
strawberries were Pl'esentI I Decorator manuals
", .. SHOECletl'tlllce
ed by :Mrs Willie Mae. Denton I ( y_ ,. ....- ,.,'*'" "f'\ { and:! color cards along with a I I
Told and Mrs. Boa Kimmons of ; gallon of paint for a door
Engagement ,I" ....,,1.'j'
the Starke club, to those attending : ,.. prize were presented! with th-

Mr. and Mrs. C. F. :Miles of a district meeting for :' '. tl "I'I ;r compliments of Starke Build-

Lake Butler announce, the engagement the first time. I ,.Ii i: }": ( ers Supplies, The paint was

of theJr daughter Mrs. Helen L. Roberts, District t'l ; \1 won by Mrs. Robert Barks- Inc.

Director of Jacksonville, A .., : f S'.
'
:Mary Ann. to Donald Fred I r' .r' dale.After
McDavld. son of Mr. and :Mrs. presided at the business e.stlons '" the meeting, Mrs. Me-
: c
and Irs.Ilar.1ret: 1<'. : ; .A' Murtrle demonstrated the art
A. F. McDavld of Brooker. / t' .; '\ Stiirkc's", Fashion I Leader|
The bride-elect was a 1964' Brown, president of the Starke .. ; ,, .I of making a fabric rase; and

graduate of Union County club gave the welcoming ad- ,, rt$1:' ,I.'. \ :.IJ." '."..:.! helped each member make No Phone, Mail or C. O. D. Orders

.
High School and 1 U now em- tires. '. f .. :r, one.Visitors
ployed with the Florida Farm The program on Florida .. '. ', .. '_ ,. lit. .. are welcome at the
State BPW Federation nomin- club meetings which are held S\\otS\
Bureau Insurance In Gaines LA
Edwina Diane Wynn Becomes Bride d R'S DIE'S
ations and elections committee every third Thursday. Anyone -

ville.The prospective bridegroomwas was presented by Mrs.: interested In becoming a 111 UP TO SHOES

a 1064 graduate of Santa I )Dorothy Patterson of St. Au Of Wm. Hodge Jr. In Christian Church member may phone 961-0151,,

Fe High School and also at- I gustine.
tended Abraham Baldwin Agriculture Officers elected for the 1966- MIss Edwina Diane Wynn,, 'fern, caught at Intervals with UDC NoticeThe '

College In Tlfton, | 67 year were: )District Direc- daughter of Mr.. and Mr* large red camellia S"SS** ,r:

Oa. He is presently employedwith tor. :Mrs. Dorothy Milberger of Willard E. Wynn of Starke. : The coffee table waa covered W. T. Weeks chapter, # 11 '
became the bride of William with a white linen cloth .
Assistant
his father McDavid: the Starke Club;; UDC will meet Wednesday! ,
Director Mrs. Cr..nie McKenzie Dupree Hodge Jr., son of Mrs. and centered with a silver coffee
Farms Brooker He will( \ leaveIn Feb. 2. at 330; p. m. at the Itf.t
Secretary William D. Hodge of Alcolu. service Small silver dishes $
Lake City; Recording -
February for active duty home of Mrs. L. O. Powell f.ai. 'I
with the National Guard. Mrs. Yvette Mathews, S. C and the late Mr. Hodge, held red camellias and fern. with Mrs. Mattie Oahagan $ J >
Ak ridge,, 1S
;Mrs. Gwendolyn re
The was perform
Corresponding( ceremony
Riva-Towne
Wedding plans will be announced ;
and Mrs. George Flynn Sr. as CIII
at a later date Secretary, Mrs Desta Dyal ed Dec. 31 at 7 p.m. In the< slater of the bride kept thebride's co-hostesses. 1. i

Starke; and Treasurer Mrs. First Christian Church, Starke, book. The table WM .
I Loulle English Gainesville.The with Rev. Charles Reese of covered with a white lace Sliot.
after dinner speakerwas ficiating. cloth and held a large sliver I Executive BoardThe S

I Miss Mary Wilkinson of Centering the altar of the tray with tiny net rice bag ., o

II Leesburg. church was an archway decorated and red pompoms and fern. executive board of the [ ..
i line composed Starke Woman's Club will /jJjajAv
Miss Delia Rosenberg, president with white pompoms; The receiving was
of the Florida State and greenery. Across the background of Mrs. Wynn, Mrs. meet Thursday. Feb. 3, at 10

BPW Federation was a din- were palms and branched ; Hodge, and members of the a. m. at home of Mrs C J. ''
D> V* AUTO Him* INC,
candelabra with burning wedding party. Houpt president. <:
tiaoCMS HARDWAKC AND SUPPIV ner guest.Bonnie : :
tapers. Flanking the archway Mrs. Frank Starling and '' r

were two baskets holding Mrs. Harry Loper cut the Cadette Scouts "
Graudon fOR 1\t"-
-
-
c 4/ gladioli, pompom, mums and bride's cake, and presiding at \ BOY'S
Celebrates 16thAnniversary baby breath. Family pew the punch table were Misses Enjoy CamperooAt SHOES

were marked with white satin Wanda Williams and Ma.rgaretColson Osceola ForestTroop No SecondsAll
bows. Misses Eugenia Ekard

I Mrs. John Arthur Reddish and Linda Wynn served coffee 600. Cadette Girl' First Quality a-' ,

II I i Bonnie 16th birthday Ginudou anniversary celebratedher pianist; played nuptial music Scouts. attended a Cadette All From Famous s Sorry! No Approvals
and accompanied Mrs. JeromCriffia. < After a wedding trip to Conservation Camperoo at the
Saturday night with a party and s'oloist' .who sang "Be Tampa and Miami Mr. and Osceola National Forest last Manufacturers(1, All Sales Final!
given by her parents Mr. residing at '
cause" and "The Wedding Mrs. Hodge are Saturday
Mrs. Fred Oraudon, at their Avenue The
1512 N. Temple
Prayer. planned In observance of
home on East Call Street. her bride traveled in a blue wool
Given In marriage by Arbor Day and the state's .PLUS.
The living! room was decorated father the bride was lovely In suit with black accessories tree-planting week January s. .
i with led and white crepepllpel' overtaffeta I complimented with a cymbidIum -
a gown of silk organza of the
:: balloons 16-22, the main purpose( I
..streamers colored -
re-embroidered orchid with blue trim.
""Shh da t'wr anything?" and patio lights. The lace, pearls with and Irldescenta. The bride Is employed by gathering was to plant slash
you five $1--$2
pine seedlings on a acre AND $3 ,
TR/ifIE-IN/
refreshment table In the with din- The molded bodice featured a the Nuclear Chemistry De- tract of land bordering U S. ON YOUR OLD SHOES
covered a
TERMITES ROACHES, jug room was rounded neckline and long partment at the University of Highway 90, eight miles east I
Etc.! white cutwork cloth and cen- sleeves that came to calla Florida, and the groom is em- of Lake City.

(Jet; Them WithARABUDOIT tered with a red and white points and fastened at the ployed by Owens-Illinois Glass There were also guided Yes You Can
cake. The family Wear Your Old Shoes In Get From
i birthday wrist with small covered but- tours of forest trails, a movie I -- $1 To

,II loom refreshments where the guests further enjoyed white car-- tons.terminated The princess In a full lined chapel skirt Co.Tina Lea Chasteen on service the, talks work by of V.the S. Forest forest I I $3.00 Trade-In On Them, Plus Up To 1-3 OFF On The New

red and
ried out the
Her veil of Illusion -
train. fingertip

Get Products Your) ", Here ARAH! I color motif and night was club set up with as"AGoGo" was secured to a Swiss Has Birthday Party Rangers etics and on naval entomology stores Ifen-I Shoes You Wear Out -- You Can't Beat This For A Bargain; !

crown of Imported ChantillY
visit to the Olustee\ Research
each Little Tina Lea Chasteen
1 large white candles on lace and pearls. She carrieda I

o a w subO suppel isc table. Games were played and'i:! ': cascade style bouquet of i celebrated her fourth birthdayon Laboratory. Picnic lunches : ';' : ', (,.:;; .. -
afternoon when were spread at. Ocean Pond. -. ;"f"' "" ) ( >h" '
Saturday
41* C. BROWNIEE ST. bv Jayne :
prize!'; were won white carnation" and lilies of :
PHONE M4-4441 liar y and Danny Rhoden.Tw the valley with puffs of white : her mother Mrs. J. R. Chas- The day's events were followed -:
enjoyedthis I teen Jr., gave a party for her by a cook-out of camp
'ntv-two guests
tulle and white satin streamer
HURRY! AND
JUST
8ILDERS(, HAROWARE AND SUPPLY delightful affair. tier only ornament was a and 12 friends.An stew and S-mores. as well a.1\ SAY "CHARGEIT".H
attractive pink and an overnight slumber party j I
301 CAU ST.PHONE'9645291. single strand of pearls, a gift
white ballerina dancing doll Those attending were Mary ,
i from the groom. I theme was carried out In the Ellen Wager Katharine Peck, _MTiI, .v =::;J
cousin
of _
Paul
:Mrs Landry
Plastic. Notebook 52.Sn at the party decorations. A ballerina Pearle Wolfred. Carol Richards
bride, attended a* matronof
the
TFI.EfiRAPH. I doll centered the refresh- Debra Johns!, and Kelly lI!
honor in a floor length ,
ment table which was cover- Richards. They were accompanied -
dress in red acetate brocade I II
skirt and I ed with a ballerina cloth with by Beverly McRae. Still
with a bvll-Hhaped In
POLIOISN'T waistline matching napkins and plates.. Senior Scout: Mrs. Cell ProgressFabulous
rounded<< neckline. The .
featured a large red bow. The youngsters were given Richards mother and Mrs.
illusion favors!, and balloons and en- Jerome Johns, leaders.
LICKED Her matching veil of
joyed rfereshmenU during the
was attached to a small round

YET . headpiece of the same material party Mrs.hours.Chasteen was assisted Starlings Hosts I
and whiteaccessories. StorewideC1EUIl.C'
and she wore gold
: She carried a ca.- by Mrs R. V. Turner of To Football Squad ,
the State Farm and Mrs. Roy
i ale style bouquet of red carnations -
with gold mctalic Chasteen of Keystone Heights. At Venison Supper ;

puffs and streamer I and Robert I
V. L. Starling
Woodrow Hinaon uncle of Altar Society
Starling Jr. were hosts to the i I, ,
the groom served as best man I football A and
Meeting HeldSt. Tornado Squad
and the ushers were, Wayne I '
their coaches and. managers
brother of the bride,
Wynn. Edward's Altar Society at a venison steak supper last/ ,

tight and Paul Landry saw a dim on Indecent litera- Thursday night. I .
the chose for her I Idaughter's I
win yve Mrs. Wynn ture entitled "The Pages of Robert Starling Jr. donatedthe
.
t\e\P\ a blue-
olio, es.ogod't wedding Death" at their January meetIng steaks, and V. L. and Rob-
t Ga green brocade satin with green last Thursday night in ert Starling Sr. furnished the

the\ t OICo'n.OeeoY''n i accessories> and complementedwith i the parish hall. rest of the food. Mrs. V. L.

to \ Pnooce:; a corsage of light yellow I During the business meetIng Starling and Mm. Robert I Of OurSAVE Entire i9 & Winter Stocks

for obette se cos aodYrho carnations. the the ham dinner to be given Starling Sr. helped with the -
< mother of
Mrs. Hodge, ,
\\ thoseen by the Society on March serving.All I
1'ce ol\d strike groom, wore a blue crepe drewtand 17 was discussed at which but four members of .

olio\\ will\ isbetofe blue accessories comple- time a colored TV will be giv- the A Squad were present to 7, f
with of light \
mented a corsage
whom Poe''o'\ en away. enjoy this occasion. I Juit'Sart
,
carnations.
yellow Mrs Stefanelll and
,,0" Henry
pQ .
," the
A reception was held In "CHARGEiT"
\ Mr. Mike Gilhooley served
I 'OfllP\e\e. Fellowship hall of the church refreshments during the social Recent Births I. :ON lAOtlf OPTION.
which was decorated for the I
.
hour. TO CHAIGf fl'j V
occasion with baskets of Mr. and Mrs. Fayne Bate-

N.tpteen W\\Oyou t bridal flowers, palms, redamelliaa I Joint PTA Meet man of Starke and Gainesville //3 2
Con G''' : and pomsettias. announce the birth of a

t'n- The bride's table was covered Set For Tuesday laughter, Patricia Ann, on r
ghou'iy: to with a white hand crocheted Ian. 17.

.'' 'loth. Centering the table was Dr. Edwin Hartz, professor g eta t ,
0. pim a L three-tiered wedding cake on of marriage: and family livingat Bradford County Hospital !'t'
Morch
a large mirror, flanked by Florida State University, announces the following
liver candelabra holding red will conduct a Family Life births:

The State Bank apers and decorated with Conference. at a joint meeting Mr. and Mrs. Harold Paul Ladie's--Men's and Children'sClothing

Community ern. Silver dishes and com- af the High School PTA )dams. Starke. a lion Harold

lotes held nuts and mints. Starke Elementary PTA Joint Paul Adams II, Jan. 22.

OF STARKE The punch table was covered meeting of the PTA's of BHS, Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Pudett .

V.! with a white linen cloth Starke Elementary and South- ; Jacksonville. a diugher. -

Home Owned .and Home( Operated and centered with a large .ide Elementary. The j I Betty Leann. Jan. 24.
bowl. Around ence will be held at 7:30: p.m.l Mr. and Mrs.. Janes Fluyd
rystal punch )i
MEMBER .F. IX I. C. he bowl was a garland ot I I rue-winy Feb. 1, In the high I Bender Starke. a son. James ,,

chool: Auditorium. tirhznl t, Jan ?\. I





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Family Life .4. r -"'If i Beer Sales: HitGrowing I eo-called "good" homes he

Dr. Hartz >Is a native of q i ti' '': ,,> + .l r ryrC added.

Conference'Starts Missouri a Methodist minister Itl i,;ff:: .,. 5 yw'f' Just a., small percentage oflacal'tcenagers

Sunday and was a Navy chaplain .'1:" ax., ;> ,, Juvenile Problem ancharwed. !

in the Pacific during World now. Reddish. suld. but he

Dr Edwin Hartz. professor War II. He earned the Ph. D. questioned the number of po-

of marriage and family living degree in'' sociology from Duke ; Kntlal delliKiuenth il nothing

At Florida State University University In 1953. i saJ"I I Aired By Deputy Sheriff f l.i done."Thel.e.

Dr. Hartz has frequently ;,,
will conduct a Family Life I'I are always; some to

Conference in Starke from served as a speaker and resource I ., a urr take their place] "
January 30 through February leader at Family Living I I, rr y t i i { "We do have a juvenile problem regardless::I of He said an Inci'easing number -

Institutes ani: Leadership what anybody says" Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish of parents are unable to

.. T Training Schools and has I told County Commissioners: Tuesday night and asked i control their probl.'m rhlldit.m.

written many articles on fam them to work toward "some preventative measures." 1 nor can they be conG'olled in

mImIF
YOU BUY A NEW l1clI tlons. He conducted: a I Eight Juveniles! aie presently the tounty judyr: ?et( mini requests -
Family Life Conference In A .1 i i the deputy said .
1 confini-d In the COWlty Jail for help with th ti

OR USED CAR Starke last year. I ,+ I Y. + rN and un equal number ]have to ask for u pre-srntrncc(! / children from 'Iul'h.Iltl'e\ ,I,",

i On Sunday the opening I ; ,w } 1 t r ; t been released to their patents \ostlKiitIoii on MUiuy juveniles, he 11.:111..1.: ; !
day Dr. Hartz will speak at dl > I'' which means they must beheld
t
I ,"" because of the lack of space Beer Sales lilt
the First Baptist Church 9r't t f ; the told the commissioners in JAIL as lonx! as six .
FIND deputy Late hour beei sales to mvciiU -
at 11 a. m.. and in the First I ay he to the weeks to six months whll! the
I '; as pointed :!?* and anvbodv: .elsi able
..
Methodist Church at 7'30: p.i' !G / recent rash of thefts and Investigation is completed he .
to stagger up to the c r"untei
m. during the regular] worship' : ald.
break-lrts by the juveniles in >
was another problnmUied]( > by
hours. At 6 he will[ meet "You can we what this
m
p
He sale
I the 12-15 aRe 61 oup Reddish. He iequest l a locAllaw
i I with combined ;youth groups Jail facilities several years an<>, would do to a la.l:! with u c-u-: ,
prohibiting 11 ' i at the First Methodist Church I I paclty of 20 prisoners who
OUT T with their capacity of 20 prisoners consumption of beer alter
Following the evening service must be segregated according
.
.i ti, ... '1 were "barely adequate"and midnight.
a social hour will be held In i II j r built for the detention of to sex" Reddish commented
ir'F W H> noted!': five "be- >' joints
I the Methodist Fellowship Hall] r ,! vIF7/ i criminals not as a shelter for The same problem exists at
now CAB mwrxxnIVIAYSAVE Starting Monday and continuing ,, Y WW1 ir''T 4 r r + Juveniles. the county jail as did at the which aro open for the primary

through Friday! Dr tate prison at Raiford before purpose of soiling< beer
"The is Increasing -
juvenile problem
HarU will meet with and ad- .s the East Wlnn added "We can go so far and our
; r'b ,. 1i'' Yt was (
:
I I ,t 'h 'IK4.re -1.A, w n y y, + rapidly Deputy
J OP TOE] sz00THROUGH dress various school: church "too many peoplo/ in too hands are tiel{: yoU walk Into -
Reddish' "It's time it's
and crvic in Starke ''i says. small a place after hours and
groups R a space.
THE!: I I a it hyvL j,,. +. .r y h1. r.3rf t N- N4'', t polng to have to be faced and
I and other towns In the coun r rte'w.'f" ;,.1( ;,Y..oh ya14":' C?,.. .fe le .:- .A, "aw .i'L:;. ,. .wrw' ,nl ,r thought given to pre He pointed to the example ,: people are sitting there drlnkInT -
STATE FARM MUTUAL ty. some of several juveniles recently hear which th'c claim was

: CAR FINANCE PLAN ventive type programs. Most burninic/ their bedclothes and bounrht befoie nildnlxht" he

Low cost financing Local StudentsOn Pictures Like These Recall Starke's Colorful Past of the youngsters crimes/ being are felonies committedby he even their personal isarmrnts said

through* a localcooperating when they were allowed to Some places are used as a
SJRJC List I said. Had adults committedthe
bank Scenes like these remind smoke Dam: ps amounted to "hing: cut" and a place to
same crime they would be
and our low coat old-tlmrrs/ and inform newcomers $100 oniiregatc." and ti nublc( oc-
Students from Bradford sent to the state prison foiseveral
Insurance tool that Starke has had You sorry bOB" waq( the runs as (n I lesult I He pointed( to(
County who placed on thePresldent.s years Reddish told the
an Interesting and colorful U'ucUon of one teeltagel' aitel'one u Ir'M'iis' last Saturday about
List at St. Johns ,. commissioners
GULTODAY! I River Junior College diningthe .past, although little has been I N yY Deputy had been especial]:; 1 a. m. nt the :Michigan! Ranch '
A Reddish {Invited to an
was
done to write the record for r
when fi
t ly nice while CIll.'l&tlonhl" him ou &U-100 full trimester were: Peggy ,
Informal of the
MERRITT H.WILLIAMS SJmnbarger.: John Steagold pJStrl'lty. BJthrriiu[ RpcUlsh:: told the rouimUslanei.s v eie Involved In u fist t slid
With the pioposed forma. commission Tuciday' rilitht in knife tll Phyllis Haddock: and tlon of a Bradford County / the office of County Atloin y and
I Phyllis! :Miller. These students! 1 "This type of thtri't makes jaw broken in foui ulaces
Historical Society steps may u } Gene Shaw by Chaliman Jer another} (! was cut badly
I were among the 70 at the junior you stop and think whim
117 N. Walnut St. finally be taken to locate an:! ''b"t" tr t. ome Johns. The chairman assured "
college who averaged 3.5 i w 'n"r"t you see how vicious he is. .. "Few people get drunk fromucel'
i c
'I Reddish! that the board
Phone or better. preserve more plctuies like wr I Reddish said he also thinks alone] it's what they
964-5391
1j will discuss the problem and
well other historical
Students from Bradford these as as teenage! crimes mtehl I b(t' curbed held I b<:fore they !not to thf
.. \ and records do everything' possible to combat -
making the Dean's List! ((30 or papers i If! the culpiits could beIdmtiflixi beer.. joint." CommUsioiier
= ... .... An initial meeting of ftP it'I .
STATE FARM per-
better) were: John Andrews, nt? i iri Florida: law >no- Dive :shuford commented.&topplnn .
rM ___ sons Interested In local history J, '!
wwl Automobile Tommy Andrews Hazel Cog- askuie you we will give hl bits I publishing th> nanu'bof the sale won't

sr.rfln= uelr/x, ,__ I I dill Carlton Meng, Phyllis has been set for .4pm. 1t much further con.sldciation. :: a tuvenllf' under 17 Sears u fuw workclosin: ;; them might
= =OMe1pt1Mr1:... -truet1 Tuesday Feb. 1. In the Bradford ." Johns said. "
Millar Jean Reese Martha ri ;x ,, unless he hUll been tin tilled eliminate u.

,I Ritrh, Peggy Siemer, Barry County courtroom. Anyone t VM I ,. .,,, I, Reddish said his office has to circuit cow t.
I interested is Invited to t 1' I
Smith and John Williams. i' been able to "properly place" Youths most; often g't into
its. attend.As r 'a r.r coil two youths 3f.tpd 12 !
? and trouble when thy become miblle : -
for the pictures: w a .y ttt ./ 14. who were sent to the Floi- through! the uso of a bl- THE RIGHT TOINT for thewa'l'
M WIN A PILE Top scene! Is the old Moltt rlr a.v, III I Ida Sheriffs
.,tf", ,, Boys Ranch nt eyrie! 01 walking, the deputy '
r I Blacksmith Shop that once Live you write. Come In and
Oak. All the sheriff of- id! In most Instances the
I.stood on the corner now occupied .' : t
vice Is piepan-i to do( now Is youth has no ,siii<-ivisljn at derlpct your favorite ESTER- ,

CASH by Koch's'/ Druw! Store ".''I i.p..I" to investigate. determine who home'! un 'K allow"d l ta( i'o; (IIIK)
KOCH POT At right to the Starke post RROOK fountain TEIE-
} .f pn.
.
committed
the
ciimc .
..' ( uppif come as in! w sh' s Huuevt'i ,y
office when ItI as located _' '...... .. -...... hend the party. \
and place a mowinn peuntatte! of loca) GRAPII.IN .
'" No Ptiiilea> to Solve, Nothing to Write No about where the new Mlt-ti I them In jail for court '
action linenll. (iilm" s ar" biMni'.
Stamp to IJcJc, No Obi atlon.. Ju+t Come i i thPll'a Drug Store now stands ........ .-,'" -. Polley of the courts .. I
now i r. la Kuril: Week or Several Tlme a Day Figure in foreground Is long-

'" anti Get Your FREE "Canh Pot" Tkket. ;: time postmaster the late i .a w ta NYIN
M Newell B. Hull. 1,.. .-- ,. "
Last Week's Winner A
r' t I Lower scene Is the once fine ,'1";,. "it.. .' f .- .... .' .
RUBY GKlrFlftCash ': home- of Simon J. Temple, "." ,. -t.. ,
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early timberman who owned i I
Pot Now a.
$25.00 vast acreages In this area uii"1 I s

I orx-iared Temple's Mill near

Quality/ (*..(* maa quality ITmcnptlonaat present location of Staike .' ;,,

x KOCH'S, DRUGS. Have Your Next It:* I I State Farmers Market. Note -- ,'., ,i ;-* ; ; '-' .-. ."* -* *. Hif, ... j.-,..._.. i... K,1,

Filled healthy looking orange grove .' ."-"' c JLmm.'M- 'frVi -M* -v. ;' ..-1' *

at KOCH'S-Free Delivery I which was a victim like many v al ,

others/ of the Big Freeze of +, r
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Mrs. L. B. Jordan N'filli: l I' lnr*.li\ i Khl| <'n thnlteali'l 1''''' lu' 4 .
If You Own The Where Mo- , ,,,lu .. ._
Property id"* will Irrv'* n II I li1III : I i' il I i I
Victim Of Burns .
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,** H, mil ?f I'lihll InHli'"i iilon An i nil 'I i nr i"
.ii inlforil" r', iinlv ri" ,,i iMil. i- >.fiiiulHilirnw, ,
Received Sunday HI ih.. nffli-t of tin,' :Sup"-rIfiti'li'li'ni '- mi.' si o i,,, II'r -i i iIlllli '
bile Home Is Located And Are Living In I '/ "if I'libll/ I 1".1 rn lion/ ,,, |p.i." i 'nl .Hl NO FROST f
Mrs. Mae Cook Jordan 76. ,.I 1 !irll'ff",1' futinix. I I'l H"" "' l>< ,Ifl" I" i.o." HI I I" -
of Starke died Sunday night '"l"..5 .aWrlu" ,. .. I F.'liil. ..III.I. IIP Ii,,,, pll| IK* I hIn : |1" I r, 'nl" i
: I 111:1111:( \M IZ.s'O: .un tin 1 dh VoltMI n-in-MIX' ri i.i .1?, '
Same You Are Entitled To Homestead In a Starke hospital as a result .Iny of Kelirimry, 1 Itilil.\ for I the Hllll' |,IIM'Ifll'lltlllllH. 1V,4I) '"it
of burns suffered when ronxtrurnun ot: ..t..t..r. ilrtulniiH or. 1'-' FREEZER f
her clothing caught fire at I Addition, to Ijiwti-v .1.lrHlKh nf Hl,><" iriiatlllllM. slthll, L.I IthroiiKli 1 I e2 0 !IQ400T I
1I.'h"ol t..IWIrY, FlorIda the' oilier ,.I i "ii, .
her home east of Starke early
Exemption. You Must File For The Ex- \'hll"'I.I .
Sunday morning Aililillon, to Anderson. Jr. Kai-h, bid'" Him 11 In- II"" "'." I, %:
The accident occurred whena HlKh( ;Sihool l..jnv(l.>'. I'lor- pnniiij hv n r,'hh'r'| i. hi, 1 u 1
101.' hot! hood In tin. ..I<
nmoiintpor
With The Tax Assessor nylon robe worn by 1'.11"11. Addition, to SnuthNliI 11- cent nf the P/Uxbb/' l |
emption By Ap- ''I Jordan. became overheated pnpnillry Sf'h
and caught fire as she stood 10'1"111.! of Hriilforil. C,,' i ON Y
ILl \vliuh time hlilK Khun l".* Florida. IM i.\ ld'm, ,. ,"if "iiilllillt
warming by a wood stove. rend,, lllnlHl. ,, Anv ,. NO FROSTREFRIGERATOR.f
ril I rip" n1! ml I nod, '" rdma" IIHIC ''I.
lst,1966. 1\11'11. Ja'dan wad born in hills r" ..,...,IteJ l lifter II"XI"' ..1.i IflMii tAe Hlli......'Innflll 1,1111..1nxp'lln '' _
DeLtxm County, Florida on inn.: and. dit will nut/ bx l And 1 rn'''l'tlleh'' I I"" il i iHoilifl ?--
I vxldrrv d ,,
nf i'liblli diitrr t
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Oct. 22. 1889. and had lived Jii'l,,,t .
Fliitii/ xPl'i> ifliintlonn con of Hr:iilfunl/ rnmY> FI ul> :
here for more than 30 years t Hail il.." miiintii, nnt> li,. **\",nniIntul a hiiiil. 'ii"Hiiiil l\ ., r'n' i it'oiuimnv _
: If You Do Not Own The Property I She was a member of the In tiki oilier if Poll, R. tliiim' ,IA dq| > 1..1 I _
I Starke Church of God MorK'''''. Ati-hllrif. 3JH Hwv nHfi In Flnrlil ,and, lIt.\\ i,it>
17 ornnit.' Park Klorlilu, and the 111.,1 stutp TrcmuryHipart
I Surviving are her husband an follow, nicnt at a..pt.l. 1 .blo fur
:::. Where The Mobile Home Is Located LansinT B. Jordan of Starke; J. to". \\'. itodre, l'"rl.r"lIon. 100 per real nf the .'ontrartl 1Autonitlc Ici Baker nukes up to WITH TRAM

:. four daughters Mrs. Frances kaimvllla... f Inrldu >rlre, within inn tio) tlayn 202 lei cubes t" tl a" the
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'n 3. fuln! ** vlll I. Vliin Hoom after .belniv. H\\ardt the in-
." E. Poole of Miami' : Mrs. Jessie UalnfHv Ille FloruitIMUMM'HMMRNT kt IM enL no bays to (hit
'rR.1111,1! : bond BUII ninnInn ( MONTHLY I
: 'I M. Williams and Mrs. Dan- rfA'i: .\\ r. MI"'I, "I(" \TIO-f: thi 'iiHrfiirituiii.. imvmrnt. ,if ...ttuiKinfc already in use m Carolmi lurats.V .

: You Must Buy A License Tag.If lella O. Martin both of Starke; .: cold. 'Imiiil In tit JIll 1.by\ thi 1
A. rtr.N:: : R\(, CONTUAt'-- vttlttntrtniNo ... tWimUM mnibli g mey\its Hit atjmst your willMASliiM I
and Miss Winifred L. Jorden Ti'US 1 : I'piin, ri"iUit| anilriTfiiu .
Miami: three '.;.sons Junta A nleq< . ili'pxult ..t bld.l.-r may. uiilnlruw' hixbIA ao rods an >DuL
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fur it II.TI..I of thirty <(15n1<: ) y
and WllUird L. Jordan both ilcm-rnl l fiMitrncliirH,. I two diiVH after lln ,dale let fur theopinlnff htltr m tin wwlfj
Irtl tool V'Miaufjeluted
You Have Any Questions On This of Miami and' Virgil M. Jor ilfkiiti.inH(axrlx. ,. of tor plan'.''''h and prnpvtwill Npx. 'IhrreofThe b ALSO$ AVAILABLE-12 cu. ft.
iiintruitnrill "
nqulrrd laglsl uhgenhot factory
dan. Starke. Alto surviving: ,I- torw..rd.t, rzprrxxcnllrrt .
to omplttH. pitlt] nr- 'y NO 3 f FROST REFRICERATOH-FREEZER f
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are 14 grandchildren and O ni.r..1 CV.titrai.torsure J."..'t within the thinart.. \ forth Mlb nlofteliii >SMt alt linest eiaftsninsi -
eight ] r. qtipHti"!! to return theplunii in hl.. bl.l.. AS LOW AS
You Contact J. R. Tax greatgrandchildren. $199.88
May Kelly and spnolfleutlonx by The Mm.opmiftil kidder it nunn ,., ni mlblhk,,( :
Funeral heldat
services
/ were mall in Moon a* p".IMe! ...
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any will lu outlaw itliln !/ N-w-ta.l I I I.aallnxx
10 In nftr o-f l bld" I"
a m. Tuesday the roilpt' five Collector Gene Tax Assessor. I Church of Oo* with Rev. 1,3Willluim Arrhlb't'N, ofrii fui, full Tho Kiiuril of Faille,
.. or Long refundB .
Interment In trurtlon of Bradford I'uiin-
officiating

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:-111 R- <* O N T R.C'TOR1.V : THIS WEEKEND ONLY
ty Kloi"'Ida' remrvra the right
: In the- '. Kor plan .
was family plot ;=\ I. 'H "t. bidM.
to rej** t any und jill uml' \
and, "" ."-''tlc&1 !June In aubPOIIIrxMal'll .
Iin Klnifsley! Lake Cemetery to wnlv nnv fnriniillfI... HTI1K .
vemlntM.. rtt .
under direction of DeWitt C fill I fill dP PI'KMi..
will he SixtyDollim
till
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Signed: Jones Funeral Home. <$ni". .0)) I.t"l> a per ]9N'rkI'1'9'plnF'" M/iltll. \RNUi, '
F'ultp l ffH'NTV.
rrnt snl' .M t.IH. If 'tin- ,plane. ,1r .
'" Tlioni i L 1 ia-pv. l"If..r.
and. s|1).If..II..n.. ari rtturiKil *- SLHDE CHS
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J. R. KELLY In awe\ on.lltlnil\ Inl..t.nt'r%' 91 2 3
TIIR RIGHT POINT for the within (1r.110"'\ i ii ft IT rerrlpl -

way you write. Tome In and ..I' bld. the! n-funil will
b.. Forty nollart (I+OOU)

:' GENE LONG I elect BROOK your fountain favorite ESTER-TELE- plug tux. ,. Dvpodt. check A CUssifU-d Ad in theTI7.E. 332 Madison Street 1'hone 96 !-7701 Starke Florida
pen. to
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GRAPH. tin Ar .hlti", ..t. CR.VPII brinct result*,
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Caacrs To Meet Blow 6-Point LeadTornadoes Draft Dodgers Dilemma ; Although( Bntdlci I County

Historical lit now w.!1I taW Its hCCOIKl:
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Green Cove cilUJ.v.: liavlnv be created
Youu men planning; to ftrvs\. : and stud l;<< ((61 the "JII... I in I' Ihl.l [runs' part, nt aid< New

St. Augustine ] Drop (One To GHS 56-53 beat the! draft cnlUtlm in '' line, theirby .sta.\lin Chill of Society To ReOrganized Kuci' CtJUlI) !... It ii bcllsved.

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Mae ro : r.fa: after rrrehlna/ actlvo: duty- at least lctn;>or- Nat thlh, Its; I lie first time aoticerl'd

induction{ : Ol'ItOI"ilfJt./ a .told| arllv. (. effort has been

Tomato: CIU"'I'111' tnkr on A MiipilslnT.irnutlo' lue [ -"5l.u.ml ,ibis seek with the II.I1nUUIC9''I''I Col 11. C. Wall: of st. Aiiiw.- nu.lo lawn, J! formation of a

the Blue Di-vlls, of Green Ci: ,i- lIl'a'I: made It Tuc -Ily mvlix ''d'' incut that tills tliwj.. state director of Elective lilttoilt.il cucicty

Spilii\s;\ S.itu-c'iv: rUhl .u .1 \ n they lea C'M.S)' : AA JV Cagcr Top .linger allowed. I Service, :tail WedneMluy' 1 A numlyur! of people hale

rod ".imc Ihrn irtiirn horn' ,'' Oal1lC' vl\l\ ,' lll-h !Sd-hoo': btx Orange Park, A new na t Von wide policy'barrtw that persona who wlili to eulit.t Anveil,. .i nitUe; of I. IHI-; | ,i f\i:ietd' : InlPi-pit" from time

Tuesday, Fi'bmarv I 1. to ho.it '! ]>olntH lot\ Hi ion<'' \ ', to tin', nnj there has[ been
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tho Yellow Jackets.: of St. I.I nazi by rive with only; Hr i tI Lose ToGHS Affect; Monday: udder ,an order'' after eerrithll" !: I their induction I llvr newcomer< ( with nCIm'jAI'! n anl' I for much; talk or such an ortanlillrm -

Augustine. ,I minutes lull, but vtsic cu i issued; by Lt. GTO." liewls O. orrtcij. may illll Uc> lil.toiy'. [niu-/ >iij( local lilstray

The Blue Doll\ edj-d; the !I, 50-53. i dlc'u' t ,tl ,, r: ,1(1.( /) r* !lnlul'lInoll..V'' Hersl'py, national director- of so if they occomDH.'li this: before Ale you "iMi1 \Ious nrxiut the I "buff. ".'. but It remained far
Tornadoes 5G-!>3 In a closely r dwre'l! Oraivse' : ParK{ Selective: Service.: '! I'
j I To the ama/.cment of nearly: I Coiinlv) Judge: T. A. Yawn to
their biirki'tnuiicl\ !folklore of
fought contest here but tin |I everyone In tha Q1I3 :-,'m. % :9:( I v; h:1.1): 1 the 18 pplnt per\ In th; tMftfct some Yl1\ltlUj InUurtlou:
Jackets were cmof: the el':hl except Conch Wdriicy Adkin- vain '"- of tall cfiitT Rruce.T who rrcplmj !Hv.-lr! induction" IT Wall tutu'cj.s their draft order I *tart Ibeball! roVlnit.] '
I Would like
Starke victims to the tune of! .k ,r\ tart: Baturdiv to get tlydere hurried t..> reserve of* you top 0J'hktorv
I son, the Toma-locs( held a :; p\i>lr>r-: 5 /-47. Stiu-ke's It adliu scoter 30-23 halftime inarRla: 1111. a : 1 1 "i n I MT\ winning trail' nnlliriitlrstcrl' nnd this\ week and collect a num-
who owns! :a 17.4 uvoiaje. hit 'i' 43-37 lead at the end of th Awn '1hcl: were bratrn R8-fl:! by Property preseivccjI lirr' of cltlyptui who he kne.w'to
I Owners Odessa p.JIIICI.ItV?
Ms season's hl'h of :32nitalntt !: I'I third period. But a slump In r's,", AA Ounwvllle HlhU ,. Thomas I I>n you hive: (any r>'rl"on"I'< Un Interp'.V'fl. In the project,

the Jack 't 1'1 and 111. | foul shootliv coo; them th u ; loot! Tn''tlgl', howerr.UHS Reminded. Is Promoted To Uin\ lrd"i', \ : lli'it ,,'I'ht)1'0\ \'<' :ml set tin meeting! time and

other. Paul score13.:) seventh loss of th* season t laci All otlj-<( who are In-
: .Homestead. Rules Lieut. CommanderMlai helpful to !such: an .'t 1\1'-1l\'lU': '
Tough/ they own a medicare: i I five of which have been by Student i\, I Would) you he willing t.> I trusted are Invited to this
8-7 record the Tornadoes( i five points or less. They has nif"tin" nt which organization '
Tax.A-wossor Clone Long: 1'(1qIQ'1s help\ !in the oivinnlKiillnii/[ : anJrtevelopment
have! outscored, their opponents -I !lost one utre by 2 points, and Council Meets i.n: all re-oldel1i. that they Odessa! Thomas, formerly -i|' / of a ni'.idfor: tillivi "will bo JJrclosed! .
nn average or over 13 thiee contests by 3 points of Starke his, bon
their promoted
f lit! make returm on County ]Historical( Sorle'' '?

points per -mine. They have Still winning/ column by Bradford HlfU Student real )Jost one nin-- by 2 points, me acme the Torn3.-lop-- r The : [ Commander In the 1 7. $.
ant <
I Council meet"Tu./IhIY./ Jan' : b.V April .1. and must' also i f1." Vl.II : 1IIK} RI1.1 IT ptJtXl tar lea
there games bv 3 paints 1 on 45 victoiy C\.rl'' Oinnars/ ) I'alk I| :35. with 20 membra( present!: ,' !sepia fo::",,linntr it tear I excmp- Navy Nurie! Corps A inpetl'n' of il'' 1111' t|p-l 1 .far. >"u ..rtte. (;:,rote In aDd

by ft. and another by 9"It's Saturday! light nave[ their .--e ry "!ri ___ A wort\ was, made by the I Lion! before 'hat) date!: I I (.t, Comdr. Thomas Is the 1'1 i ''Mi' ."111 I II' heUI' Hi -I p) tplrrt tent Mvorltv RMTKRniiiN :! -
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getting I to( be a habit: I their eighth: win March of Dimes Committee. ,I .'Ev..n I r.n. ghq have! hid' daughter of ;MfM neater m. Tucsclu' KI-IJ'! 1 In !Uw ( : >l( Komifali. ;. ren. TFLK-.

we lend a club or tie! them Against QHS the TaiiuJoescoied ; Tho rp.lr.e'l:; club:) scjicdulcras ; homPlltt'"d txepmtlon for acv I Thomas and the late :Mallory :.1- I 'in ir'l Colt :.tv 'ouru 'lox:). ORAPK.
anloso! the In the last '
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j'i't: 52 pr l'r'It of ., a'motion et.l'rl'lIrs.must l file a new ap- ] Thomas, Krudiui'e/ -
re'aLand wasmink
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few minutes says Conch for 38 of tlvlr) free throws: i1' 4. plttatlon l every year he jsaldtTjSdPr Of Brndfonl, I High) School, -
and 'cl for the hew -- -----
Wanipy Adklnson'I've they had hit B.1; per c-nl o' pHS Klorl" ?'i In'A\ home- and Alarmin (onoriLl' Hospital ,

never thought It fun- them near their season'-: club schMule. sellln'Rtate owlifr' l Is entitled:! to. a $5.000 School of Nursing In

ny to lore but It's getting I' Hverasc. It wo aid hive( meant'' ,u r Ken Scott Champs"suggested peens i *x npKton; from rral estate Onlnesville.

right comical: the, WAY w' the ballsame, Coach Adkluon .1 Sf. k tldA \tax reel yfar.Prr'ons After receiving her com
throw them nav' the eoacl-\, l>latM, but.Ra.1"t'3' Uflt..ber, saf- I ,
sold. nu' ml"lIlon'
tlvv burkt't143 officer In the
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what\ : are A pl.\ln !<
snld after ]login to Clara: A A err: cent.. 17 of 3": ) altrm-i, d'!' that It w)4! ) UIQ1l1dJ< that\ th' '''or liftmwf<M. IIh" has
Quarterback Club'WR gntnl( (
Oaliiesvirie Hljh :Schojl: Tuesday :: if their field roil trie1, nbov 'Further the first Urn were' 'nQIII..d served In NAvy lioipltnlf. at
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night: after leading thr t their -eiiscn avcr.iMC.Plnvlni to rr. ord their deed to tJie it! Albnna. N. Y., jNi-hscm-,
Hurricanes[ thinu'4h( the flist I sill bo xinnt )tocfnr< any !Uecls-!.
: ) the Cans ta: .' 9,9 rojxerty) f>n orfTV IT rc. 31 yule and Key We""t. At prc"
I Ion t b mad
three quarters b.vIx mints\ I list ))"+Itr't| t''<-. Coach A-lkiii- moved that tOC.T.( an*? wero al'rt required rnt. IIho In !stntlono'l) nt Cnmp 1
a "'n Plll'i'ovr: : i) A xVn'lriuilIlibOMite vote to l b<"? llrinif mi the property) Lcjcune\ N. C.This.
: on t'ij>
: Tornado GriddersOn f : offense while bil'fidlers : school flag! ,nit"r much dlSt[ I I ftrt J"n. )J961./>. They are plan" 14t

: Kmtnrlt Altilcl'lr, and required! t? obtain ft current
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Banquet Circuit II' Cl811101Ib4 anHlnn was Pall'- ,
Ppnuid: Fnlcun broke tliionrlise \ Dauoja' Florida automobile tag?. and
ed. Presldrnt! Jimmy : !
OH' 1\1'11\-10'111' rlr r"l1 mU,'" .fli) 8. "declaration of
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:Sllll; \ on the btiui'iPt'i t clirult i then vetorj' this motion.! on 1
after the wlniihv Ih' I IOCSIda1 H irpfor BTounls! 1 I.Joulti' It was\ not fair I ;\\otnIc JI1" ,,*Hj|). thq clerk of'the man '

a A state foithill chixmpllrniship. "hots the Tornadoes: .hot 39 11 Ia3op in tinIIII3 ilrli-iil lU .tin. IkitniN, ..f ('la.. AA JIIH to the student,. ''Pcott thnp l.fel.llt, court to slaow good 9

Bradford HlnhSi I tines! aialnst OPFS ant:! made 'Iui>HiliiV' iilglil.. Tliilmsk.,t fiiiue' un-n fist. break l In thr 'Utll'. l called,, for a. twio-lhlrds. majority / I {fl.h 5i II ostpbllyhklg! "I01111 can help

| <''hool' Tornado grldders'were 17 compared to the 79!) Mini1- pcrloil., to ovrnWr, the Pr sr- IIW'iJdrIOO., ;1Jlo vllo. have
I 'h.shrI.. nlnst OranePark h>Ya1.ousty' applied, Iv- Iii
a { and trier
'"If'doll'Rl1q
feted twice hut week on The 1iirrlililll"1I.I' llio powerful; llurrliuuirs through thangalrle dent'! ,'etq: 1'h1.i use \ '
to make 24 twop'Jlnlcrll.OH'I "e.restN5y" / exemption needQnlr fDUli
venison and atrak : .... hut{, lost I tinfiuiir, ( In. .IJir, final three' "mates, "rhry0Icr1 rejootod.' .Jim Oodwln :>' to rwoply. I
chained the lead with ; .
Last Wcdne'd.jy.: Jinuaryj9 i i thii moVrd toOhlrl 1> I t'er I IF'c
'" fi ri'.t'fI' Cii< SiitiinUr! In v r .0.1 l /K.lllf'( nod,, pb/l N1. ,1ugdi'Ihn ; BIJ"rownrr airs
17 left for the first' tim"lace retphndei' .
the champions \,.t'I'tlU' tlotts) In cladsen.! If nec.ga: fps i ... complete) protection, yea
Meats of LouulR Rh'K'rn.' Os'Cal. early In the srconl ppr'od. here f\t Tnrvlay, r'CI'f'' )' I I. the Student Council \will r" !that thJs' year Clio!, law esquiresireni ....d Inturanc that U adapt

Divis.: mil Bill n.uls for !. !51-52:! :>1B /1'I.t, / juniper! 1 a tin. ,, '.. to rvroJiAAO., a rpotor \'clag obi to changing protection

i Ja"kZr' hv crntcr PTII: MnrTin. StnrkeWnvne '.krklro and 'ak"l\. Afciulf.0ioiik 'TUI'\p.t; Sylvia Di: >cM node) a sti4g'b' .h1c1i tJa.l''I'I.wh; frr'their trailer All needf.In very That's Gulf life what policy you with eel
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| 1\1-1iJJrl the pamp'r'cadlnu : (| out Hilli\ The mil)u to.to "H ups II f'j.e!'); bill 1 :, : mine! J'mH : lion that theN frt. t> ,fet the ; : I"h do, not have Adapf-A-Plan. For example,
JilKV! scorer( with 1 18 paints: I .rrnrtent; ; motpr vehicle tans In I policy! can b*
were entertained( at n C'PUpm"er, from ttalfordi a mortgage
': i and )F.ilron,, and n Oll.i: ,)t k.l! llii'4; .suit Coach Ad- .".l &uc .bv lip fieadlliip retirement
.t for
mKsrd! free throw' with 1:18 I mjcliI' \ adopted to provide
n Va
venison supper 1 at the home. ''eft. and Morsnn: "i-abbed I the: j player were tl1I'UWIout in : IfUi'in. n.il. 'Our boys UJd'flue" a i who< ('Onof1;r:te "' a public} '!,:TSwMll,-br atsasatd;; ; as per- Inco..... A_,k", thl. friendly Gull -
of Robert Starling.f' 'peaklnif' t*<' flme o / I
'J011 plcventlrln
i about III
. hI' closing/ minutes. I I lob\ M)1.a> life Representative r
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One the
:\ "The boys have r-ally enjjord )rebound for the HUlI1cAII'S.Bchind to and 1 speak to I t.l all-
fitpviBiker, wnsiC'( 1111 1 If w" \11.1'\ I .Iu.t quit. \lhll1l: come I tr: )1.11 .
1 c \ a.wvtptl$ an I iKif.innIr I t
i1 all the fine meals and with time ninnlii"jut !! the l\j1fnt\ bad Tliij"votM : 'u"
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I hl"h STI'I-I' of the (lame; wllli ] (htm ii\\ni ." IIPT.'IH I\\lItlt'\'f'\ ) 8111 I..:, ptrtr, I th.. owner U rrfiulr- e
the appreciation shown us byii" the Tornndo" inn Inl'i ,, err ani P".f'Ci"" 4fcicot4 i
;' 13: p| t l'it, :, 'nnd[ Pinl: Metro : I, AII'I I :i'4.i.u" : -* 'ii" f< manv p"oplo. Conch r>i\ld oul trouble wit I'i fie rr Siur wa nomtnatfHt to rhrek ou\ |',
llnrse !says "We hiv: icullv n them QHS'M! Frank! ]Unit- h.ul: ; in Cuolc1) ? Oi"cltn" W.ivnc' M 1 -Tc'i) I 11.).0,1 I II'fe( )\'- Lich I t Ttj- tax. f.t'11 t'lquirri< he :,ub.roucntlv t t't tr wld
f! "<'/ii! r- f7ii4 with! I 12:! win, ; :i: ... pu.vhaVa.
. / :
been fed like I 1' nil: 1 I'es ovrjO. ,':in ',' Park, wit.li I ( \ motor f
.. champs and man dropped\ In n rilrof! fre'hiovi ''' 'Th"'ITfJ.'l't.. ..th"'fI.crl.! (
m pnr'1' 1 nIl SunT.t: "MII 'q (fine! S. +"in' ii-if r )rninn?' I rvrWolo la?.
more is yet ti cane"t to j'h' th !le"' 'o W ,.. 1 I ,. rn"01l"1'1 I t43 ,fnJf"r'] tnnllr'rrer f
I 11 I 'Jo i'.' i l"pne. I tin1! ivkuuu' I l.i: Owvn who v''alilf'' I t.i:. theirtatlcrn
The varsity! had also b i-n 2 nn t J m n )i per l>:)Id.). I anfi 'J'M1t haJSdflnoks from ,
I\ the ene-ti of Dr Calvin ,t" n 111 the ";>''!('- out of It wr.t| 'n p'- n.tl'rClt 'n tai! :i in \ .,.-. irn-in bvr.: ,,!ljl!>liVT 15. the. .tud! ntfl. Pirc-qU' or'. a's iww IIA'r.I .11"1'. | |' ofjHrrahisnx

Honpt \and\ Jim Uiown Ood- i i ',' ,1.'i i y <-oitrl' Icon( ,..JI Ii uiiill! the 'i ,-iii I"Ull M"1I. I s"(n rd. 1:1: ;p'Irt" rnro'Iraa'4 to! purrlsw.). tbeaehanAbo ) : motor v>Mic 'nor :"+

win father of Junior tackle T ,IP T ,):> fi] '! t i I' b .Jk lo'-e' lor 11 nnrl )h lll'l"l. 'lovll I 12:! l'"IVlUlJs ?k4' At' a )p.:lea; at ten maitiii; the p"' rwuil/ u'-oji-'! \

; Jim Godwin. line \uinoui) th -pnc.s o; ?i :MI';"' i> it'iU: ) tn the limiirilfs : Crit"i) ,I )11\: Srhtlrhtman, 0n enti.. frty, tll s return). Howeirr.( ICl.h.I'

I II r hrcp to talc* a :30j j t. hit :W7 for the nfll'' !"!'.. I, '' l I.e no \'ttIJrlc! IHT when

i m tinii i<'iirt. t":13 took a | srAiisiirs; UH4<< limit IK. punt I the trailer 1 TOWN FINANCE COMPANY .

1-19: IraJ: on 11 :\ta'J:01lay- i KMH 12 in it n: !57 : 2 TeenagersEnrolled I r will be M"il!i iI' poi-Koniil g +.

i 1 brit,( r-inl! JJ i: Lend l l"d Ii O. Irk n 10 7 20:!I) 4'i )property" rend the tax must I 221 fi; N.' TrmrleIT Phone !91; l.fl9'1!) )

tull': I: SUI'M1: |by K'Ollli: ) ;! seven )JW1T .I,."i'I. l I' (J-l-13.: In !,then! be paid, (i(11fiUV" \\". .\1.1.11::' ,
I i SIC' I1-Xt lip.ilntsTht Ihikcr. 0-1.1) M Ipod. W"., I Phone ,I'lU-U'M I "." I'HTn: I Ie MT. ,," I'\; \' To llrpny .

> G-l x >pliumuics ffnMdicl 31-125: C'lu: bv n-n-n.; winm7. ,|Boys Ranch "I.atl.01.1); ,,, ,, $.'.:\U .Hi I IhrCLKC.RAi11 ll.\ spin The 'I'own riml n'eVa.v.
UNSURPASSEDRCA I tallied ou u lump shut. "-:?- : Mi'iii.iiin] 0-0-0.; Ihr d-) .1\ : : <-i:iik" <>. n i. ,i

I hta laviip: nii'l rice( t'ii"w' j jsii'sslon 'r'l-h. ::1-1: //Mr11, !I"", 1- o.'!, Wainnds w
Two I Keel ''''Y4. __ .. ... -..: .,. --Ffi: = .=r----..:::;r.-o 'ii =;: ,-.= -=-====.:..=.:.
i to pull Ills team piU-on. n-o-o.: oiun: o-o-O: =: ==- --"' --- --= = '=- =- "' ::'= r .. ......' .;;. -= ""
,7" -
David, Tlilnrpon.. ttcrp -- -- -
!rhea :1M-23! : Emm-tl: Akdtlc:: :Silent: 1-0-2:! iiirl 1".1'\\In. 0- enrolled1mist t.\\
Thursday' In the
UI<'I1 stol the ball! mill: iiirccl 1-1 Tow 1.'.. :?4-!>-.r!>7. I PIorlrV,
Sheriff', Bovn< Ranch on DieSuwannoo ,, .. .
I for: [n l.iMip: ; Baker hit on n' Oiinirp: rk Sclillchtmaii. 'J1 'J--

"hint Jumper, nn-1 1 MrLco'l iO-7-27) : Wcivrr. 3-1-7: Hod- Oak River n aLI"e.. .- .' .:;: ;

Idled. two: free thl'OW.to end irtni, J 1-3-5! ; ne' melln. 0-0-0: I ,, ::: .. : ... "
VICTOR he first Half. I VnnOon: IOOI'II'n.:! 2-0- The two brothers, (Twl 12 dry r.+'1..r". T1f1. A rim .... ,.?.set
I and 1 I1 C. are the! first to be admitted ., .
Ono; could come no closer'! 4. Tlttil-s. 17-11-45 to the FUnrh from ..ftI 'S' .. q.
) PUS ,- f 0>> VI 1.1: 10-!5'1!I .,,,,
I limn there points to the Bradford County nlnrn 'the In. 1 11 1J ..
1'01'I I Oils':! 9 14 14 !l-!) I ftfl -
Abiv TfsfccAllChannel; inicl-s In the Llitixl )periodin ,, H1I3Mi I f..' od., P. 3-4-10; HItutIon! WHM founded In 1037 Y ::1j.l" .
rurpti.se, of Boys. Ranch I I. to
I it: one i pant the StarkeIlse
RnkPl. 4-B-n:' M-Il-K1.) W. ,.
I widened their Il'a.l 1 to nine fi-8-18: White 2-0-1: Ui-ddLsh. enroll boy
uolnt-s but Iclt the floor after 0-0-0.: Aki-ldw, 2-2-fl: Falcon. or neglected ttipoe who are 1r 1-
TV '
I ill", third) with : innocent victims of ,nejfltfi 6r
period: a 43-371: I OTotaL.:! :! .. 17-10-53) '
I lead l But\ the CAnes finally OrfS -- Roper. 5-1-11.; lack or opportunity, ApproxImately "
took conunnnd :Moivano'nup 100 bovsar* enrollednow .
on H.nnis. 3-0-8
: Strickland 1.1-
'" ..-- at the |7.X.OOO: facility
when the Tornadoesmrvsed 3; Hailninn- 1-4-0; :Moran

vital! flee throws, GHS'ind 5-1-lt.: I/"irptt.;: 1 1-1-3 OasHCIt. now.The 5
Ranch lit l .
I'' :27 foulc'iped( while only 1 5-2-la.: : )),,,} I". 0-4-1. To- finino' entirely ,
IH l< bv. P'iblli- donations': and t'w
were< csilli'd n'tulnxt the his :21-1! 1-5(1!' (
Is not "reform sohool" or I .

I "onrrp<'t lonal Institution.'

''In-'q fr m i ar..en's( Trailer I j I Boys enrolled at the Ranch I

BOWLING .'nips Jim KniiTinK'tt'.H. 560i I I I attend public school at LIve)

More People Own 'i'll'sViS/ hi1:h!! for rWcW, i, Onk. They are, enrolled, for

; ,- while: John Alien! rolled a I nn Indi-flnltf J'P.'l'lorl.n' alter

RCA VICTOR :1 Than ('OMMERCIAL: ; LBAGCEStarke !: : high school trade
Ali i i i Also< t ikliu; three. was' TV ,.ichooli or even college. Some t the best tilings come
m Any Other Motor, Parts' UICrI'"d '''- of ,
Television... its lead to four points over -lei vice C'litcr. opposed) ) by They do not koa.Mht! :
-Carp. Bill Brown's 504 ere"employ-'
'i11 was school until they
Black and >; second! plac( Camp 81.&n.:1I1111.:
Whiteor i hl'di! for( TV while Bill ovrll ''rd' be
and
hyl ; con self-Bupportlng
; 1 taking; three names! to one
: had [n !S44 set for( Carp's. I members of society;"Roch- np' PASS books!
Color this week Frank Jan Is' 5H9!) out of savings
set was hUh for SMP. while SpllUna\ 2.2 wrre Williams i pllcant must be -letvyeen1. the .
i Jewelry Ifd by Freddy Stephens age of 8 and llJ,'' Rnd WIt
Gcoige/: Winkler set the pace I .
with! 491 /and Murrhoe be approved! by the. ShVrftf .
foi BJal1dll1I'tlth a 548
I Is. Gem Jewelry and' Terwllletni .1 Tnnilrnnce, pared by 'Bob and the Juvenile' Court Judge A spanking new car. for instance A new home for tht:
Drake with !:V3; County( Judge of :the '-oon .
spilt! each winning two
points Nolan Woodburn led I X.4HHC in urnn- forfeited ty In which h I*. AtlNOTON," four i>lnU,. to ]Keystone are referred to sheriffs
.,...CG 2"6 his team with a 542:! "rloi.. In- I Sar-I'
I]'lutM (ev, ane.b.' .) \; a 240) game. Joe V1I1tI Oa" who led the way In foundingthe of the most wanted things in life start with the first entry -
ale iq. in. tutors I StanJI\! ,: m-W.: ')- ; Ranch by school welfare,
,ke! was hl;h for TcrvillleHI \ with
..Munliee 41-11.: : Willl-ims. aiul juvenile court offlclala.Civitans in a savings pass book are continued regular
: with 534 38-I I
I' :34; Carp t 17-33: : oaf-Gila: ,
M: .. F. Kl.-: hncr. with a 524 deposits come to a happy ending with fulfillment of :
'
35; 11V 3T---31'-. 1.1 Ttlle.
The Proof Is in the Picture set led the Starke Jaycees to i Hear
a :'-1 win over Clay Electric '': :31: lars'ii. :))1.0' ', I II I i ITC Manager a cherished dream. Saving makes the difference between -

Walt Edmondson's;:! 018 .set 4.
('unl'nnTlnS and HAVING !
wishing
A television set is an Important investment That's ass/ hlrth for the bs"rs.DrawTice ; ('11.tPTCRFl: .) I Ernest; Pst, manager/ of

led bv Malcolm the local. telephone' : .
should take time to compare before you fOml'tny.was
why you Sanders' 54S seiles.! topiodiTaulkner's :: s'c, :'! ctllry of State Tom I 1 guest speaker at the .,
buy. We Invite you to compare RCA Victor againstall Sinclnlr 3 to 1. Adams ho nnnounc'd the { '
breakfast meeting of the
others. Compare the picture-compare sound Burncll' Dyal rolled a 600)) set charterlncr: of the follOM-lna I[ Starke Ciri'tin dub Tuesday Sa\'iIlO'S\' and( Loan teouialion\ [

and cabinetry too. Dollar for dollar, you'll find for '!r.Indep"n"ent. corporation: i morning. J. K. Tomllnsnn was


Victor is best television value. : : Telephone Co. ]i Star-Bol. Inc.. Route 100. ..
RCA your floe out on top over Starke ;,i South. Starke. FU. Stock: 800 i In charge of the program, I y

As Little Per I lines. 40. behind the bowl- ,,i !
$$1 0 (liu of Eitiie Patz with a S3) Filed: Jan. 18 deajln,, problems laced by a telephone .

As Month *.t J. Brummett l led Starke In bov\'lln'? alleys. bow-Jin: : company In attempting to 2IM :North' Temple Ave. (Phone 9ti( 1-0300
Lanes with 519. r
i quljrrn'nt Incorporators:
keep pace with an expardlnzeconomy ; \ ;
Standings (20 weeks! SXCP.: .lame* 1 11.! HI'lmmr.tt.otJry: 1 E.
e THE MOST, TRUSTED NAME IN ELECTRONICS 53-27.: Blending 49-31.; Terttilleaar. and the present
:
Bnimmett James F Bmmm -
: 46-34; Oem. 42-38 "'r. all of Run k,.. Filed l bv "population tiploafon IT DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE WHERE YOU SAVE'I. I.d I.
We Do Our Own Financing
Iliaw-Tite. 40-40; Faulkner decree J II Pierre. 203 N. Tern- Appreciation age expressed. i

:IB-42' : Jaycees 3843. Clay ,pie Ave. Starke. by the flub men>b r for the .
ELECTRIC Inc. FlPCtrtt. 37-43, ITC. 32-18:! ; ,, ; ''
WINKLER -
.n1ce by =
proficient prOT1.led' I
Stjike Ijinet. 25-53: .F.IGltU'U I! d

2il: N. Temple .\ \ .... Ph..nt9r.I.fll. :H :Mixrn AHU norm.Fsu.tW Supply' V..IC.I .\ rUviriril brinya" !( In reii.H-l.the T.. .. t the rnmp.tn i ..: \. _. ._ ) :- : .. .' .-... .- .. ;- ;, :;. "h. ...:.::: ,C-' -. -;.:- :,l...!:: :: -'



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TIIURSDAT. .IAX. ..

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Plea Day .r,':, -j f aircrew training. before reporting INVITATION To nil nv XU'I'Itf1: OP IXTRNTIO.N' \ hat not In the meantime filed paper publlHliiMl In '!.t.rk..

I r to. his-.1irs perman- STAT! LncIIAisl5U&urniuetAtIVn : : TO uissuLtr-; t'titpugItTIo5C lt, reports due and paid tlio Florida. I In, wlin,, h O.Ult.tbe.,
I ItI tnt unit for t U.""1"110" N'oth-r. I I... hereby. Ifl'on und.'r taXes dun under the provlxlunnof home office of tinoorpurutloiiH ,- ,bovsstst.d
fiylna duty.A "
County; Jadtrs! T. A. Yawn St-uled l.ldu, ",11b.\ .. the provisions of Suction Don.:iu. Section 60 .33. Florida HlatutnB .u, <, t" wnJto' be
i lmJ: ".,e-d W01'thle.\S chiclehanes graduate of Bradford r..elv..1 by the Division c>f In- Fbi ida Miututen, to t-nrh of th. ., will l b. rertlfled. to lhIJoVKpnor .. located.
: against four I High School Lt. Dodd< received ,rttltutlonn'. until 10,00 AM.: KSF corporation.* llHted ilow. th>* ( of the State of Flor.Id. IN 1 WIT: persona nn, duto shown for. tlio mile ofxurpUn .waTTle being In'orpurat Ipd under ... who will Ifinuv a Pruclu- Ioo"u.,, .. ,
a B. A. degree ut Boa: Jjn.University : .->.. I "t ''' kand; lend
'11 pica day proceedings: : : Tues- ; property.Pebruiujl i lh. 1-iwn,, or Florida, and a i-nrd- ..,,,,1I01L at that time dlAHwIvlntf cnuite.l i he, lily d-",-It.' the fact that two ee I : t In Orecmlde s. C l 1: \\-iittt' ;. fine Oem and 1 mug> I lu the record. "f t tho FtnrId.i said "i-.>i poratluii.HrKlfrrd ';tt. .. I "''iorld.tohI. .

f the defendants pleaded He was conunbsicned! upon '4crl; ", I:in g a Revenue CommIN lnn. onc-h (CountJ': ) affi KI, ii I T.allah.....,
t"" completion of Officer Train' i:n i.l.-inlf.) ,- nt1'tlnn. nnd RpofTf and every eur'h< oor'nmitlLn. np- Jatcwiiy' CUuvrulct Inc KlurUa' I see. till- .' 1111 >"!1 tM* the
uiltvA .1 .Ml >'n* in,.,; !b" t't.tilned -lln'uent for three ((1)) Flu ''
:i er herrtn-T testimony by :: I InJ: School\: : at LackUnJ AI-13 tr 'iri, St it t*. iMirt-li, ? i.lnv (-'"iinrilinn .. yearn pears or murn, | In tlio flllnff ..froportu I Reti"I-Still <:I"I""U..O. riroolc-, 21 11466ti4a.Li I ,t'a 'luni.ary. ,, A. D.

,,min,' \ Thornton, Charley I 3 t :d:# 'rJXa5. ,. Plvln'on' 'if I tltiitlona. iin payment nf' t"".'. er. Fla. ( ': .
'j I State orrico r.ulMlnif, HlDXhaniStriet under the pruvlnlniiH. <.r :, 4"t u'> In. Rtark.. Fin DlVE."T.1'1\I\
J< ott.; Annie Cooper; and Hen- : noo,," Tiillalm I FllfttEA
: : I Electrician1- Mate 2nd Class Wing, D-32 lion 004.33 Florida, St.tut-" It i I' fuithiT dir t.. a thiit,! i ' rv Carti'i. Judge Yawn ordered .- i tio. Florida. and that under the provisions i 'thin nil.I I. i ,i ,mh J EI, ';uiiKhn, Director
thin to make good; on the ,, George B. Kern USN. hus-, nalph! R SIi'rilxe'cutlv. of unlil, Section 6un.J r',M/I, .u.. i I I, ed on& time In the DIIADKOHD 1t157 ,
) .,%- ,q + band of the former Marxe-' DirectorIt Statutes. mild rorpuratlnnn. hubfon .,\,. I .ii.. ':UHjM'll a n" WH ,
(riieiicsvrltten and then dis-
I
,s _ lame Luke of Route I. Starke 1 1/UT classed n" subJect ti> IIs- ,
mi1:I the charg{>9. i _ solutlon. and that sixty! ((60dnyii ) -
The J'tdfre announced that -' : is In the :Mediterranean Sea .rtl'r' date of tH! pull

1* R :)lnn to: draw up a spec- cI area aboar't the --est'oyer A CURflfled A'I In the TELE--I i ,',iitlun. earls and a\l.rY; >, GET ACQUAINTED I OFFEI I _

,il 1 affidavit to be usrd \I"vorthess I "fX'S ForreLt Royal operating C.nAPII bring'' r..It... ,"orporntlon: I nti-d .bi I IDon't II I..,

I'It' H'x'h' P -ti The ship ishn.nuport..d I
check cases requl1( I

mac: the complaint to: state at Mayport.

,inter! oath that the check in I I

question was' not pjst-dated.: New Unit Insignia Miss This Opportunity

Dr. MjffulreChurches >Jr :quested to be held or that USE) IIOUSl'"JW1I1

SeiCombined : there'ircumstanoes were any Involved.other special VemlerH. of tin- (oral' Nutional! (iniird unit, Co. U Malnt) WEEKENDSPECIALS deliver to your lot In a 50-mlle-radlus.. Ideal! small: 4P"1

: Meetings He sail):; later that any check 53rd Spt. nn., huMi u new hlmulder. ImtKnlit, & ilUtlnffulhlilng I homes.' Limited supply Just obtained from Univ. of Fla. _

offered Is regarded as the the 53rd Armored UrlK-wIe, from other!! National Guard orgunlUtl Oranges Doz. .. 25c Sound frame construction. _

2 bedroom ______________ $1.095:
A -mbiiu"; meeting of the rqulvalent of cash. ani that if : n4 in the U S.

Broolc-r n. .inn. and Nw nny special conditions are en- Tho new!! Insignia, sliovn ut left U jellow (4lgn.UlnK! < : Tangerines Doz 5 & lOc 3 bedroom ______________ $2,293

River Bapt'st'! Churches; will there can be no prosecution armor), ami tlue ,and, re.l, denoting the brlmle', Infantry and i 2-bedroom Duplex ______ $3,795: .0

ba hMd at the! Brno'ter: churchat on worthless( check GRAPEFRUIT 3-bedroom Duplex ______ $3,993 __ _
artillery roii>]n>.ieiitn. It fE'll hire 4 a Maek :MurltHi a type of I
11 a m. Sun3fy.: Jan. 30. charts.! 2 for 5c WILL TUAPE OH FINANCE PHONE 378-2131 OR
helmet n Fo'lowins' <: the srvlce. the In two other bad check cas- tha clihCoTers of I-lorlda. WRITE MIU-8T.VTE KNGIVEKK3.:.. : INC.. \SONRY 4
refers to Spanish
ID'OUf,1'1'! hive a fellowship!: : "S ye-'eiday the Judge found Cor Lafayette & 301 UNIV. STG"INES'ILLF. ,\., I
BUILDING MOVERS. P. O. BOX 14181.
: The old .Hltonu at rigs, used the
dinn:r at th<' Brooker Coinui"itv no such mtI8-tl! :>n. and:! lined i iI iiiHlO) % uas formerly by

: center. I CJemnn Abert'! $23 and J. entire Florida' National Guard urul will tlll be uscO by H'IDe' A. D. Cro*'bv FLA., 32B01.AMERICAN ,

Norman: $30. B'j componentH.Bob I -
F' sp"atrr! for the ,I -
Aitlnir other .
occasion) wll!\ b:! D. John; Ma- on

imlie' executive secretary- Judze Yawn: Barnes: drlvlivi whllo< : *
Denied. th. Jack /
pppeaby):
treasurer of tne Florida Baptist Intoxicated; Besbleo.ae:\ Lee \ _

Convention. Carlisle who pleaded not fighting and causing a di.-; J'
guilty to speeding charges and SERVICE MEN
i'
In announcing the service. turbance.
who asked for a jury trl<\1. to
Rev. Jim Temple pastor of -Imposed fines In a number
have the court appoint court AND WOMEN I
the Brookechurch: indicated of cases involving violations I
I *el for his' defense. After ques-
that Rev. Thomas Moore new on U. S. 301() where It I 1-:
i tlonin? the defendant as to
field secretary for the 6th under construction. Includln-: I -AA- __
hi3 employment and financial
Mission District of the Florida! one of $25 against Alva Es-
status the court ruled that
Baptist Convention will also mond Brandt for Impvopei
attend. Carlisle' Is solvent and must passing in the face of oncomIng 20 word or lean. one Insertion Memorial. Resolutions, etc. Display Ad-i In Classified. Section

Others appearIng on the pay for his own attorney. traffic. Brandt argued! (minimum charge) ____________ 1.00 Per word ___________________ .03 $1.50 per Inch-first Inxertion. 1h)

program will include Rev. Sentenced John: Rufus that he had room to pats!! but If nut paid In advanc. ____ ___ 1.23 l,25 inch after first
50 word. $ per .Insertion.
of Thanks to
Adklns. a young Lawtey driver Card : Up
Lacy Conway. pastor of the Trooper Sundbers testified KedCd.! or blind add
Dedan to five days in jail for that the oncoming river: had (Inlraum charge) -----...-----. 2.50
Church. and Rev.
fourth conviction on havlna (minimum charge) _-?______-__ 1.23

Charley F.rdcllnot.: }pastor of no driver's license.< After testimony to slow down to avoid a head- : KotJi additional word over 20--.. __ .05 Over SO word: per word._____ .09
the ICew River Church. on crash. :4
by Lawtey Marshal\ 1\[.
"This Is the first of what is Jjdge Yawn cautioner HISTORY and FOR 8ALK CONVERSATIONAL FREXCHBHS MAIDS NEEDED: 7% hour
M. Jordan. the jU'lg's':! reminded Insurance Problems ? I
hoped will b'?coma an annual Brandt to be more caicful In GOVERNMENT U8O Bids.TRearl ; Ready mix concrete concrete "C" Bldg. -Tuesdaysand work day $24 a week. ,Fringe
Adkin he
that had been
affair for the! three churches' In the future! and warned thai< Call The Man From [ ]-Mondays 7 to 9:30p. : block. house piers, sand cement Thursdays- to 9::30 p. benefits. Including paid vaca-
court month the
the Brooker pastor snld. The a ago on illegal! passing: U one. of thc "Keystone"George m. Required for high school mortar mix. rock, iteel. m. Ecouter et parler. For tion. sick leave. and group in.
"':.ime charge! and been warned roof
annual gathering will be rotated 0: the possible convquences most dangerous! .. violations on E. LaRue diploma. Starts 24 January. Cycle gravel. shell lintels.'imerock.BRADFORD that trip! Starts 25 January. surance. Phone 969-3801. Ask

among the participating the highway today.OTICK 2tch< 1127 2tchg 1'27 for Mrs. Shaller.r, tfcbftNOTETAKIN'O
Keystone Height RNOR. co. Phone 084-2521
-Suspended sentence In
churches
and friend, of the
rtiu'eheand! tho! !*" living In "ase!!/ of Edgar George/ Akrldge Consultant! For All Your HASTINGS MATTRESS St-\rke. -tfchg WANTED OLD COINSAp- t Steno criJtJ \

the chinrel with failure to yield Insurance Needs.RepreMentinllC' praisal service free. See Manager -
c 'immunities are invltad I & UPHOLSTERY WORKJ- -The quick way! Tuesdays"
rlcht of way. and dismissed \ TO, IIITKMIC'ounlr : INSURANCE Home's Restaurant
to attend. Tal1t1) larceny charges against In 4 ........ ('..un. ,..n..r..... 1 Orrat, American l'Cs.' Co. Tin Lemon St. Pal. tu AT REDUCED RATES Lawtey Pta. Phone 782-9827. BHS "C" Bldir,--7 to 9:30:' p.

Flnrltlnt. In ('hunrrryCllse Furniture Repaired. BOAT m. Starts 25 January. ?f! ,-i ;
AUTO. FIRE.
Bethel Dixon Martin, and two =No. I a617Jo Tke Traveler In*. Co.: 12tp 3 10
Registration ,traffic charges against John Ann rh>lllH tiPlaintiff. ----- j 111 1 473-4692 Day Upholstered &: Refinished DOYLE hi. CONNER 2tcbg1l27 I ,

Wayne Underhill. 16. although VK Melvin Ol l" I 473-4323 Nltei MATTRESSES REBUILT INSURANCE AGENCT FOR SALE-farm on Raiford
Pie George E ofMr
lill' ., Prf' Nail Non Road will sell 10 .
n. t. ndiniNOTICR ,i tfchg or acres EUNICE
Fire' Bualneu NI.'RSEBT,4"
Ant Home
!
!
warning his parents. New Inncrsprinffs!'
TO AI'IMJAR" and Mrs Thomas E. Nail

Books Open -Fined James Lamar Fu- Tu: Melvin OllVf r-in nrtt. of Klntslvy Lake. was meritoriously I Monthly PATiDftnt PI..n. and Box Springs 884-6325 near! Heilbronn. Springs 4tp 1'27 Ph.' Time to plant bare- root trees-
You are lu-reby. notiri"d l till t I Pecan. cltrut ult, "fahade
quay Ifl-year-old mechanic promoted to his lie A Card Call
,.,, : pie- Drop or DO YOU HAVE A HIGH
suit for
n Divurcu ban )1" < i" trees. Camellia \.
COINS WANTED azaleas
$100 for reckless driving wilful sent rank ., PALATKA EA 5-9IWI! I BARGAIN JIi'IGIITat Fun ornamentals -
filed aaalnst' you In tiniiln\ '\ upon\ graduation> ) SCHOOL. DIPLOMA? The
RcKlstratton Books will be and wanton, on testimony nmu d Court nnd, fttiiHo uutl from recruit training at the BUY SELL TRADE AFTER 6 P. ItlRS. M. Bradford County. Adult Education Spot Roller Rink every Tues- container rrovrn./2 '

open eath Thursday from 9 bv the arresting officer, FliP you arc. re.iulrvil to f\'r.u. Marine Corps Recruit Depot. 24-hr. ? Appraisal Service for PEGGY 8HAIXER Program offers you a day 7:30: til 10:30.: () All admissions miles No. Lawtey on 301:'turn ,

a. m. to 5 1'. m. in the clerk's P Trooper W E. Sundberg that ropy to of the your rumiilulnt an "-''r or on|lii> 'iitlIntr th.-. Pan-Is Island.:! S. C. His pro your":-"lVf ofn//free? Wbhrg.. 209 E.':; Adkln fit.HUrh '! .' quick way to obtain one with Just 35c. Skates \tnclud1' left at sign. Telephone 782-

office at the courthouse.. Fuquay had driven U. S. 301 riilntlff) Attorney lion. I It! motion recognized his out- BELOTE'S DRUGS *. At?it effort on your part. Inexpen- 1' Everyone welcome. 4tchg 3465. ':ttPllln, ; : :

To be eligible to vote in the' at a speed around 110 mph. A. Urettn. Jr., OalntMvlllt,,, standing performance of du.' Keystone Height' sive. Investigate now! Eventually 1-27 ,
KlorldA and, tile I tin- "rl {lnil; I FOR SALE Good 'business BE SURE TO SEE WOR&*
May primaries you MUST beregistered. I Imposed tines of $25 In the offlco of the Cl.Tli of ties doling recruit training. you'll need one. Why
and residential In
properties\ CO YOU HAVE A HIGH \
MALE HELP WANTED!: -Men BOOK before
sny1
Cards have been against Ida G. Thornton and thi Circuit Court on or b.-for.. Pfc. Kail has been sent to not get started? BEGIN buying "
mailed/ to those who did not $15 against the 7th day or FobI'll", "IT. I lllili' In good htajth} age 21 to; ,608: Starke. Improved and unlm- SCHOOL DIPLOMA? The other encyclopedia. -.,M.t'-t
Lorene E. Schooler Camp Lejeune N. c. for four NOW! 2tchs 127!
vote In cli-ctlon otlu>i-wlH I .. I the ol legs:itlona I oi I hour day 5,' days week. Two pnrved. ft. V. Knight. P. O. Bradford County Adult Edu- Payne your local repr-.enta-
any during on conviction; for fishing: said. Coinplttlnt, ull l! lie to. k"-11 weeks of infantry combat Drawer P. City. tfebg' cation Program offers a you
the last two )''';:11"1. Ple.ise!! fllll| without a license. The former .nil contVHod nv vn\i.\, training in his military occupational weeks paid va ation. state retirement tlve since 1956. Box ft 626.

these card.. in and mail to- this'' was fishing' with a rod and This notlrc" shall hp |>ulill.lied speciality. and Sooial Sec r1ty.Wr'lte FoR SALE-10() acres land 100 I MARY QARTERPAINTS quick way to obt .1n'one with Phone 964-3794. <: "r

office IMMEDIATELY: : : in order reel, while the latter Duval one PLI,'tI w.'lc for foirruni <>r :;contact_ Personnel south. J. M. Edwards. Jr Day effort on youf part.' Inexpensive.
a i-utlvi I I > wi'c'kM I In I thiUrailford Depoftme'nti fiuMind Training Investigate now! ,Eventually SPECIAL BUS1NES3. C UB.-
to be eligible to vote in County resident was using a .,, phone 964-2521; Nlte 969-1924 .
Countv T
il.KPiiih.PiltPd )
the )May |prl! narirs. If you 1 cane pole. (his, l-'lli: ilay (cfJnnuary. 2nd Lt. John F. Dodd; son Center. F.- O Box-. 11 SO. OalnlUe. tfrhe you'll ned" one. Whv: SES [Typing, Business! I Ens1mb. -
of Mr. and Mr. not get started? BEGIN Machines [CallJ, Short
FAIL to return the card I'.HliJ.' Fred S. Dodd e. 4trhtr 24 '
name will be your -Fined.: Robert Earl Blair (".SK.XLlChnrlrM of Keystone Heights has been NOW I 2tchg 1'27VARTUNO '! hand. oUiersl]-Monctays47,,

taken off the of Jacksonville $75 for displaying A !nirby.Clerk awarded silver wings FEMALE HELP WANTED I 9:30: p. m. and .,. '

voter registration list. I the driver's license of ."f thtdr, nit r.mrt. m-niuatlon' frcm the U. S.upon AirForce Age 21 to 54; rood health 81 TV SERVICEBy 3:15: to 5:45: p. m.-Starts
ALSO: To those uho have Ely IIplllah1.; l. ;Mooilv. ', Complete Line PAINTS
to I another. nfl:! $25 for publicintoxication. Deputy Clork navigator school at hours day, 5 days,week; Mln. January. :!tchlll (tol
receive help with t hplr ballots ofPAINTS TungOil Mukes the Dif) .
The license! Blair It I 1-11:: i'onrB James Connally Air education 10th grade: vacation -I .
at the .. Force .
polls MUST terraceEtupCeIlIlly fnnrnilutml -
you I
displayed. according to Deputy Base in sick:: leave and. retirement ANDSUPPLIES
Texas. He is be- I FOR SALE
come to the Suncrvlsor's offl"e !\ orlirlo's, El<) now Southern for' Florida Climate.At Petunia.. Pans
& TV
Sheriff Dolph Reddish, In benefits. Write or see Personnel Marine
and get a "Sp cfal lleylatnUon ItlH.IMIIIl": : Fit 'II'lot.is :N' \SI 1l I ? ns'ienes to Mather AFB \' Snapdragon and other. annuals. t
actually: belonged! to a CallI Notice. Is hereby given th i in California for specialized Manager, .Bunjand TrainIng Also "
: shrubbery. frI .V.R. .
Caitl" In. FIRESTONE ,.
order ti:> b.I fornla drl.er who Is at pie- the ,undiH-Mlirnud, .. untie'; ,' I ho pro Center, P. O. Box 1150, TV Technician For All Purposes STOREtf Ferguson
eligible Raiford
; to receive Road.
asbistanci I sent under vltilonff of Ohnptfr :2i: >n".l. Lnw 224
suspension for ]
a Gainesville, Fla.- 4tchg
In voting;, of Florida.. Act" I of 1'MI.: will = --= David Gunter West. Phone 964-5571 tfchjl .
trlfrlc'loJation.. Blair told the it-Kilter with the Clerk nf the -= -- I ..
& ..
.JE F.V.n.YNS. Hand and -. .
Super. I court he got the license at a Circuit Court In und for Ilrail- "A:: Tribute of Respect and .,
rtsoiif FlpftlonI store in Jacksonville ford County Florida m i n ICe flood 1'imi TV'* F.J"trtCl8to"II1 ; Fast Service Power Tools Honor" / NO. 379 .

"oreu 0"I .' i -, !....% '.'.>%1 TO Accepted Innocent pleas thlH Ii't notice of protif.the of fictitious publlL-nttiin., I ,<,.1.) 12 Hides.\ r .Airtorruitlj.Washers, Guaranteed Work To those who wish to purchase Investors SI>':=ial. 322 S.creE

111'1"1':11: ; :, .....II1.lot... S \,.." and set for trial the follow Bturke. Numlnu llontc.,, uniti naniof i ReCrltrator-Fre( eizer: comblnutlon I .* Reasonable Rates' I'hone 96.- 20t a 'l lemorial of beauty high ronin t tan. pine;,and a j
:Nt; I h .. I I" h..I"'Y gl".n I Canbe Financed and distinction, oak timber Small prlv.tt
th.u ing whl<*h we are enivaired; In I i.unn Custom *- : one that I
cases: Donald Wright Made
t'Ii. IInllt".lwn..lI..i .unh., Ih 3 ,' "1'0. fleas at Boll S. Colluy Ko.i.l.. -LOW'PAYMENTS.. .-. j Phone 961-1321& 353 N. Temple "measures up" to the highest lake Best of hiiHtn! 10() .mln-''
Carter, I j
IMI.IIM .f reckless For
<(<'h"I" "" ".: .I 1.av3ot driving: ; Jack Htiurke( Floilda.I.nwton Florida Living I
I'I.,.1<1"1." ....r I'ql will Carlisle illegal speed: James II ThomaSus.* sCollcy I: FIRESTONEtf: : : I. standards of quality may we utes drive to ity Just i J$100

r.Of .I,, l \\.th t he ,'l.tR "r t h'' It.m.l.. "' 11111"! >. l I-ln I I n Rt' More\ I TRANSPORTATION:< Offer our services per acre. Small down payment.

CII.. ,," I 1'.1.,. I" ..nl.. fi... 11"" ,itl-,, tre"l; 1-:. C. Thonian. !"i.1" : Miir, WHf WOODWORKINO Wed flea- Keep your party togethet Memorial ? O. 381 .-r.
Ingram Co.N. I
.I ",'t.i).1 1 I'of''.,'"lly.I""f.I'I"'lda...t lulolh'"I1"",ioii' I.-" I Kin.John D. Kemp and :Muritle L K"n..ryvc.1/3 Interest. .and cli-\l.i'Wln,<-lind, ,.1 I Tun.l\\ S \) U For Your t $ 9 AMERICANISM'ys.( ". -, Cl'f.? 'day* BHS "Shop1': Bldg.7to charter a Greyhound bus. Cal 4 acres. 2 tillable 6 room I

I t.hi.. ""tI h,." iii., fl. t 110"" Kemp, 4156 l'nnt "St' Jiukaiinvlll 11$. Ill) :Jjtll'I:; ; i S. \\ c.1..v..III,1. II,! No Salaried ( MUm I Required: of al 9:30: p. m.-.Starts Wednes- Lacy Conway Greyhound 964. :< !Seventh !St. Adjacent To I. bungalow fully furnished I

1\1": "r 'J" ", l 1" 'UH' 1'1..1' lol1trtlrilc Kla.. note owner Tenn. I I/I 1 Inft I I 01t, iw>iiiDated '5. or Com high school students earning! day 26 January-Build useful 4051() or night! 964-1044. Lacy Memorial Cemetery Lake City Many out buildings 2 tnlteft .

.. IInlh'r "hlo II w.. Ilif'. "i1. DutPd thla 6th day of Jan this ::.Hth.' il.iv' of Ieen, missioned Employee a diplomatoy -credit-) Tuesdays home articles for fun and sayings Conway Flying Service. tfchg 62wks 1120-66 I from Stark. Only $8,500, I
.Lge'" I In 1"Mln' so at Ih. HI'Ifor.1 uary. A.D. 11B6; at !Stark. Bradd her A. I). toss at Htarke, Din.l. '
C"unlY t 1""Ir'M i i i..u. n4. t. )" >,nl i ('..lInlv.t Florida Cord County .'Iu-lt..... DAD & BRAD ARSEN'LIKE ani Thursdays -7 til' : 2tch r l'27 ENGLISH and READING STROUT REALTY .
JlIgh")' ::11I1. ""th. St"I, k4'. I ID it. I. ::1 U/JO tIp i jc- TO 9:30: p. m. (;i-BHS "C" Bldg PURE OIL COMPANY: 2117 N. Temple: Ave.
WORK TWO HOUND D003 strayedto Needed by EVERYONE! ((8 :I
.Starts 25 Jannarv -2tchar I127 Has two bay service station (ItT S. 3011(
out of 10 the I
takIng OED
my place. Owner may
YOU Benefit! FOR RENT: NICety ,furnished have .same by paying for this for lease at Walnut and Madison State Test failed English i Phone 969-3431 ,

BRADFORD COUNTY bachelor apartment. Con- ad. C. L. Atkinson. P. O. Box SU. Paid training avail- Tuesdays and Thursdays ::30
able. Call Travis FOR SALE
Jacksonville
All Sizes on Display tact after 6 p.m'' 337 N. Walnut 12. Bi'ooker Fla. Phone 485- Mathls to 8:30: () p. m. Starts 25 January Ona wooden

8-10-12 St. Glsv' Harrington 2<525. 4tp 1 27 356-1331 tfch: -USO Bid?. [CRearJ! kitchen cabinet, cast I Iron
General Adult Education Wides I double sink and fitting* $45.
Program"It's 2tchc 127 .,
I I'/z Baths FOR RENT .2 bedroom MATttEMATICB\. AND Selene"( SPECIAL RATES for Roller Also 1 metal shower ataJ],

and ExpandaMes partly furnished, house. Can RevliwMondays? and Thursdays Skating parties of 10 or more MALE HELP WANTED lavatory. toilet and electric

Never Too Late To Learn" tact after 8 p. m- 331>'. Wal- : 'RJE- 7 to 9:30: p. m nt Fun Spot. Bradford County _7flflO PLUS NEW CAR AS stove M. R. Jjdd, 127 Lafayftte -

New nut St O-ladvs! ITarrlrueto'n.ATTENTIcNl Starts 24 January. USO Fairgrounds. Call 964-9901 for 'OVUS;< for man over 40 in St. Phorr 1164- ')91.< "nItI''
and I II
Register NOW Used IRearJ-7, to 8:30: () p. m. Starts Information. 4tchg 1'27 Starke area. Use car for short STRAYED
OR _
!! I STOLEN
8-Yr. '!fl Junuarv 2tch. I 27 trips' to contact customers.!
USO Uuildinor (Rear), North Temple Avenue-Hours! I financing available FOR. ruN and. QOOD EARNINGS Write B. R. Dickerson. Collie female dog. iwe to.h "
p.m.p.m
DO
Avon Representative'. BLACKBERRY YOU HAVE A HIOVSCHOOL puppies. Please return to Mrat.
PLANTS for "res. Southwestern
Daily. (fLy Mail) Adult Education Director) Drawer 100 Petroleum
Starke Florida
32091.: You : Use!' Our Rental-Pur will teH you l it Y easy to sr' sale.! 20s In peat cups: bare- DIPLOMA: ? Thf Corp., 534 N. Main Street. Martin, ph3m 964-98344Re-
Also
May Register With The
Teacher of a chase! Plan-Payments fine products!! full or par root IQe a plant. Mrs. ,V. A. Bradford County Adult Education FvrtWnrfh: T"xa C. 1 tWILL ward f'jtp

Specific Class. In Person. Under $50; Per Month time. it* r profitably! Wrltr Stern S84-3531 2tchg( 1227 Program offers you n

Mrs. Oulrla C. Sweat! P. 0 quick way to obtain one wit.! DO IRONING lix my Myers Power Tools

Second Term Begins Monday 24 January and Box 687 Lt/e Oak! Fla. TEN ACRES of good farm effort on your part. Inexpenslve. *1 iome.- Flora Mae' Mulberry!: Area Headquarters For :/'

Continues Through 2 June 1966 land. Pries reasonable. On Investigate, now! Eventually nhort. W4-im3: 2tn 2 :1 LawnmoMera Power Tools1C'Cullot'h

1I0W.' oa\ed road at city limits. you'll need one. Who :\ Chain Saw i
PUTMBINO. A1 write Rt. 1. Box 26-A or call not fret started? BEOTF FOR nE'tlT-2: bedroom con- Pumps iWater: System.
WORK.
n years f
I experience 864-8331) after S r> m. ltr 1'20' NOW I 2tchgi27; Tete block house. Tile] floor Hr\gg Jk= Stratton "
Courses Available CsMn! Engine.1Reatals
Starting hone 9644to.h lot water
Motile Home I heater space hcnt613 -
SitesAVAILABLE !Sales! Sen1ee
8901. ( 217| FOR RENT One bedroom Pinewood ,;
Drive. Will
Basic Education High School Review: : -- completely furnished house ORDERLIES 3 AIDE t Tdeeorate! 1 to suit tenant. 230 N.E. 18h! Ave._

Elementary) Education English, History, Science Full Lake FOR TSAl4ji>,".-.Oj>'1'rht piano trailer. Water. electricity WHITES: $2. O set. Short! 111.! N. Osborne, phon 984- Gainesville 318-3lllJ1
Privileges sleeve'
shirts. 15-15S. Pants tfchg.
Citi/enship: Education I Excellent!;! 'conl11LJon: Phone rumlshl' Suitable(or coupleor \ 8601. 4to 2'17' _____
Homestead!; Exempt- waist 32, length 31. Phon
Bus lnes' Courses! Mathematics 1 473-4501. :y.;r: ti 11tc-ig single person. Reasonable. U. S. 301 PROPERTT"N
Financing 864-6601. Itchp WILL DO WASHING iron-
Phone
8M-1281
Business Courses Notetaking (Stenoscript) tfchs Well draln.Lot.:! 21 ) |feet
Tid mending in home.
my
Foreign Languages I FOR SAiEr; : Woodworking SALE--3:! bedroom C. B. FOR SALE-3 bedroom frame Reasonable. Mrs. Holllngsvorth -

Art Lake Geneva i Television.I) Washer ''ex house, corner lot. Lots of pe- house at Lawtev. >75 down nrf1uaIlfv1n. < phone 9643524. two bedroom house. water.

Others (upon demand) Americanism vs. Communism I cellent condition.. _:.BuUliur- ran trees. Desirable neighborhood .... Call Phil Black.. 4tchar. 2'17' lights. plumbing Ideal g site

Trailer SalesOn ton.. '. itchsr. ,127| on West Call St. Phona Ph. 359-2804. '" for! mercantile or residential!
2tcha2'
FOR SALE1965 Plymouth use. asonablv: prlcejwith! ,
((
064-1301 day or night 984- : :
Everyone Has A Right To An Education ,'FOR RES'T1" bedroom 1732. 2tchg 23 Fury ni 2 door Hardtop. 383. terms. A. J. Thomas:> Realtor.

Route 100. One Mile SEKeystone FOR S.\LF.-2 beironm' completed F.nll'lne. Ra apartment :
EDUCATION IS YOUR BEST BARGAIN Mupleonly! or.
Ifelfiiti frame hO1at Hamp ("
with (nd.! P. S. P. B, WW Tires.
'
Open Sun. & Evenings one small child. 433 E. FOR SALE-2 bedroom furn- ton. $51)) down. no qualifying. Deluxe Interior 6.000 miles
I Madison St. or eaU M2J83I ished home FOR RENT 4 room unfurnished -

j I I I alter 3 p. m,'.' ; it JJ27 603 Pratt Street., reasonably Itp priced.120 Call Phil Black collect. Jack Perfect Condition. Ph. 96$- duplex apertment.!.TOS
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... sonv1l1e3592804.. Ztchff 23| 4931. Up 120; Lake St. Call 9647964.I' .



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8TARKE. FLORIDA TIITRSyAV.! J.\X. :27, 1966( PAGE SEVEN


--- -: --,' -- I a J. Starke; Mis. Effle Manning, benefits
: : Starling are free to veterans
!!! ; JacksonvilleMrs. Viola Oilffls. I with service connected disabilities .
.
Services Held .
e e J HlRhland: and Mrs. AliceI and to veterans with .1

,;. ,US' 'WILL. /MAKE ':.t Tuesday Morning I Altman. Mluml. Also survivingi I non-service connected disabilities -
I:i .u'L37 grandchild, and a who cannot affod: hospital -
h.o NICE' 5tiAOE '" i pnlrnln! Jamey: Starlinff. number of great: grandchlldicn care. All other veteran L

Accepted With It. '4. IIHIK time resident of Brad-( :! are expected to use non-VA
Regret j'3a: YEARS: FROM for County died Saturday I Finel'R1 services were held hospitals, he said:!
at 11 ti. in. Tuesday in Jones
utter extended
mo'-nlti' an Further Information
concerning -
Although we can understand and desire to devote more time to his fam- \. ,NOW, Illness.. I :Memorial\ Chapel with, Ksv hospital.zatlon and
sympathize with the motives that and his i Born in Baker County Johnnie it.borough und Rev. other
ily private law practice as deciding | on I veterans affairs may
prompted his:'! decision, we cannot help -factors in his action. i:4.t.: .: T'llv :23!: 1891, he was the son D. L. Ramsrv officiating. Interment I be obtained by (ron'.aitinx the
expreasiiiK regret at the I t fir i the 1 vs.-:: William: and Flo! was in the family plot local
announcement Thomas's decision, at the moment, County 3< ivl I DM: 'er. .
by Representative A. J- Thomas ,. trill Anderson: Stnrlln He was In Crosby Laki. Cemetery' with or by WI'ItUW\lI: D.X.JII at '
Jr. that he leaves Bradford County without a a n-Ul'"t farmer and a member DeWltt C. Jonu Funeral Box 14J7
will not be a candidate for t St. Pete-: ,\ Fla.
re-election contestant in the legislative sweep- : of the Pine tisv.il 1 Baptl.t; Home in charge: of arrange-
the
in May primaries from stakes to select a representative from Church. in:'nts ,

the Representative new Clay-Bradford County district. the newly formed Clay-Bradford dis- tl4.'' sT TI! Suivlvliur, Is his widow, I3alsv ,.

once again Thomas's decision(:' trict. Clay County's RepresentativeLouis ,\. 1 Starling, of Stnrke; four VA Hospital Plaza

sacrifice spotlights the enormous Huntley, of Orange Park, is regarded : dnulhterstII': Thelma Mss EHcribility

legislators] in time and money that our as a sure bet to run for the ind Mri. Eunice Ounic-: 1 otli Barber S'o':>>

must make for the often post. Perhaps another challenger]] will .,..'. of Stroke: Mrs. ArdelU Ois 's Clarified Slarke
thankless job of serving in the Legis- arise from Bradford (County although, I sett of Lawton Mich? HIV'Mis. Plaza
lature. : Vera Nusu-nt of Svrnctise. Clniifi-.itlon of rll.'lbm! ', Near V.'inn-DKie
the task
admittedly, of getting him-
Not only does ]legislative : N. Y., two s->ns. John'l,I requirement of ho-( ,'il.a': /
the senator service deprive self elected will not be an easy one, r.' ? stalling\ of Ji-,.sup. Ga. aiH thin In a VA no:pit.il I "'.1! -, I-- Andy Do!>-on
time or representative of with Clay County outnumbering us in ( 1cc. Benjamin J. Starling Jr. and I sued this week( by :M T. Dix- Proprietor'
with his family and ) !
his: hobbiesit voting strength about two to one. f : Starke: : two brothers Robert on of the FlorHa DTn'tmentof :

also deprives him of valuable time Thomas, with his strong backgroundof D Starling/ Jacksonville: and ,I Veterans Affairs St Pet- YOUR PATHO"c.1GE:

with his business or profession, resulting '', iWu'M Volley Starllnjr. Starke: four cr-hnru\ )
in considerable:' monetary loss legislative service and considerable ;.r I 'i'Kis.! :Mrs. Alma Starling:: Diem nid that: VA hcr.'iltn! i'i'APpnF.CI.TEf
I
in family ties in Clay County would
many cases. un- -I..j .0"I

In announcing his:'! decision not to doubtedly have been Bradford's <. .. 6t.V"' ... ).r, 'I '
.
run, Representative: -
Thomas cited his
strongest challenger for the post. 1. .. It It' .

1:1.ri': '' ,; ... .: I J .
II 1 'J (I'M SPENDING
THE MONEY / SAVED

Process Of eliminationThe ; iGARDEN .CLUBTHE:. Crr'CuTPLAKTS ,

1;>.'.' 1' WITH A BANK AUTO LOAN! '
County Commission:' will soon citizens. Therefore, every conceivable '
begin its task of eliminating the least factor should be carefully weighed be- :: A "RE.E ThREE> MORe DOWN.
,
desirable: from a list of some 17 sites fore the final choice is made. ,"- III" : r -. ,
-
proposed for the new county court- We see the new courthouse us the 9C1Y, $. GLblwr T. ":-': 1"I.f.i.J" : :_. ___...:._,' .. ,' '. :tI:' ,-. .nL..f.:,' >...,,_. I I

house and from the few that remainof very l keystone, or cornerstone, of what .
'
this "survival of the fittest" will could become an overall renewal pro. Arbor Day Observance In Starke

come the final selection. An initial ject for the town's central business I \

start was made in this direction at a district. The new courthouse should

special meeting Tuesday night! and not be considered as "an island unto a combination last If a stuia- I.,,

another step is expected to be takenat itself] ," but rather as the nucleus of ;er heel fit Is needed.ClayBradford .

the board's meeting on February I, what could become orderly growth for t NEWS And NOTES i 3 a ,

At this meeting is planned for the central city. How it will tie in with :

each commissioner to present his existing facilities and facilities yet to For Today's Homemakers I Realtors Install

choice for the final elimination, which come should be the main considera-

will be based on location, cost, test tion.Above Ry Martha Sue McCain ?New OfficersNew

borings of the site, and other factors. all, it should be a unifying ;, County Extension l

This will be the most significant influence for the city rather than one Home Economics Agent officers of the Brad- Ii"'__ .

decision that the Commission has been -that if misplaced-might only has- J __ ford-Clav Board of Realtors ,
-- _.- were installed. at a dinner
called to make in ten evident trend to decentralize
upon many years.It an already meettnu In Orntue P-n, r.cently. "< i<-
can literally]] change the growth pat- -a trend that can only mean EAT MORE CITRUS I fruit; Juice with one-third cup Richard D. Barker Sr., Financing your next car with one of our popular '..1

tern of Starke, thereby affecting the further deterioration of our existing Take advantage of Plenu-I chilled ginger ale in a tall chairman of the Florida Real bank auto \loans will make a lot of sense !'
ful fresh Florida glass. Add! large of vanilla -
I : scoop
economic well-being of of its business district. Estate Commission, served as
many dollars and
grapefruit now at their peak Ice cream. cents' saved on the overallcost

of flavor. I I Other Items on the plentl Installing Those Installed officer.( were Daryl Ask us for simple facts and figures today
ful list for February include .
When you shop for both
Never Too Late oranges and grapefruit, select I Canned Rd Salmon- can be W. Davis of Orange, Park ? without obligation of course!. '
'residenthula Ni-th of
fruit that U firm, well--hapot], eaten as It comes from the ; r.
Arbor Day was officially observedon root system, and, therefore a better heavy with Juice and thin- ran or combined with Green Cove Springs, 1st Vice
President und Melbi Ilwn
\ o
January 21, but like Mother's chance for survival and growth fol- skinned. Be sure to store fruitIn various Ingredients to make Keystone; Heights, secretary- "

Day and many other ......orthwhile"days" lowing transplanting. a cool place, preferably the nutritious dishes which are tieasurer.

proclaimed during the Florida] first observed Arbor Day in refrigerator! hydrator.For good morning, noon and
-
year night. Try makln salmon In- S. E McKay of Kcyston
there i h no reason why it should not 1886. The actual date varied for a tasty citrus eyeopenersto to a salad, a hot loaf, or cro was presented a past press FLORIDA W

be observed over a longer period of number of years. In 1945 the state fasts perk, up orange-broiled mid-winter break- quettes. Serve It creamed dent's plaque by members of
try grapefruit
time. legislature adopted the third Fridayin using a Newburg, au gratin, the board in recognition of ... > > .
The of Arbor is official Arbor For each serving spoona his outstanding work with tin : "lIIt \ : ; ;. f 'i.w r .
purpose Day simply ; January as Florida's tablesl.t>on of orange juice or curry sauce. :'Ir A.N.'Ce 1 .lA.1 ,.S.I.AiR I.EI
]
to pay tribute to the tree, accordingto concentrate over a sectlonlz- Onions are a treat served board in past yenrs. ,_ .. __ ___ '_': !;.' ;

for the Florida For Day.The commonly as!' a vegetable. Use a cream Any broker or associate who,I
a spokesman ,st sabal palm, more ed grapefruit half. Dit witha .
Service. known as the cabbage palm, is Flor- teaspoon of butter and place sauce or butter plus a garnish would like to become affiliated One of 31 Bank of the Florida National Group
of carrots 01herbs.
Most people take trees for granted. ida's official state tree. The state's In a broiled rack, 3 inches grated with the board may write or I

Few recognize the importance of treesor most important timber tree is the from, the hi>at. Broil slowly down call Daryl W Davis 318 Mil- j Member! Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
until Potatoes prices are
15 to 20 minutesor
the significant part they play in slash pine. grapefruit Is slightly. brown from last var So plan to waukee Ave.. Orange) Park: '.
man's welfare.Some Florida school obtain 50 ,
Any can and heated throuuh. serve potatoes!' scalloped baked
persons and organizations! slash pine seedlings, along with liter- Orange flitters make good boi'.cd, and ma-Thed. Toi I t

transplant wild trees on Arbor Day. ature on planting them, by writingthe fare anytime: mashed potatoes with grate:) Don't order a big cube V8

With careful selection and handling, Florida Forest Service, Box 1200, ORANGE FRITTERS 2 cheese nn.l: brown, or garnish/

wild trees often survive and grow, but Tallahassee.. medium-sl/ed oranges, peeled with herbs!'! Don't order a floor-mounted shiftDont
Prunes prices!' are reasonable -
evidence indicates nursery grown trees! If you failed to plant a tree on Ar- :!, sliced one quarter Inch -

have a better balance of top, stem and bor Day-why not now? thick and sprinkled with sugar for all prune pro-Try
; 1 egg, beaten well: on"- duct Including Juice. order special flat-cornering suspensionDon't
combining prune Juice with
one-half
fourth cup milk: I
citrus! juices, the: contrastof
that a difference of 55 Inches teaspoon baking powder; 1
Farmer's Diary Is an awful lot of shoveling. teaspoon sugar; one-fourth" ) good.tartness and sweetness Is order sporty red-stripe tires

teaspoon salt.

By Sam McGarveyly. Slim of spring: our Japanese Mix beaten eggs, milk and FOOT NOTES;
r quince Is flowering, and melted butter.. Shift flour, When you shop for shoes, All that's standard to begin with ,
and put your bin! foot forward. It'sthe
freeze some azaleas are blooming in baking powder:: suitor ;
If have a
"But we
Starke so If winter Is here salt 'together. Stir Into( liquid. !| best foot for measuring
have It now
we might better CheveIIe SS 396
slices into batter. since this helps get a b> tu. on a
date spring is not far behind. Dip orange
To
Instead of later on.
II IIA IIt
difference betweTone
i
fit. The
volume of Fry In deep fat at medium
only a very small with shoe stir" and the next I Ia
fruit has been picked In this We see where a veal-pro- temperature. Serve oJ.-1: I mare oiv-Mxteenth of nn
however, the Miami duction feed company Is open- ange syrup. :
area;
SYRUP One Inch, say clothing specialists::;
ORANGE -
.
Into heavy In StarkeUnder (
coming headquarters
section Is Ing I
half Florida Oran :'e ol the A''i-k-iilru.! i j'.xi) n
nip
production at this time. that plan calve are
Service. A shoe should fit
1 table-
1
Juice sugar
put on full-feed, in a calf"parlor" cup comforta-blly when bought

had a little And speaking of weather, and according to poon crated! orange rind. Foot measurements liequeni -
The weatherman Combine orange! juice, ru- :
bit of everything for us we see where a bill has been reports veal Is produced basis on we a gar and rind In small *al1l'e1pan. |i ly vary according to the time

last weekend drizzle, rain Introduced:! In Congress mass-production as Stir over low heat until i of day. During the afternoonthe
which would forbid the tam- now raise broilers. foot is about midpoint in
tempera-
fog. and moderate Is dissolved. Cook for I
sugar I'
LI
tures, but then a cold front pering with the natural for- :5 minutes I' sl/e. Thl Is the best time to I iri(

blasted In from the north and ces to cause precipitation" Citrus sodni provide a delicious ,, shop for shoes.
while It brought sunshine, It such as the "rain makers The same idea was tried nutritious pick-up during As shoe.: stYle change, so .4o I
also brought a chill that set which operated In this area here on hogs (Including shower the day. For each soda, sizes Changing from a sedentary
the thermometers to shivering. I some time ago We can understand baths, no lessl.1 but from combine two-thirds cup chilled Jou to an actUe: one
the troubles such what we heard the costs of 'hRnl (In shoe
Florida orange tangerine, pun: ci'is" a ( { !
waited for efforts cause-for when It is : production were too high and I or blended orange and grape- size. When fitting shoes try 1
Berry growers till wet In the flat-woods the few stockmen who tried It, on both shoes and ask If you
the onslaught of freezing said section around Lawtey. It can I lost money can walk on a hard-surfaced !
anxiously. One drink.
weather If the temperature be very dry around Brooker . floor. Your walking will be
It
"We can stand and It Is Impossible to please chiefly on and surface an-i
down, to about Anyone who has had this
goes everyone conceined. r "*'!<> hlrhli7ht of our efforts this helps fudge comfort Try
30 but anything lower than experience knows of course I
to raise calves came the time
really hurt us. He : what actualy happened; the
will
that weather, we got a husky little I ,
Again on we tried to wean a followed tt tisAh."
said he had a lot of fruit on cal on tasting the milk -
kick out of a television report! rascal by teaching It to
'
and that a hard :! Instinct and butted the '
his plants which said that five feet of drink out of a pall of milk. : '- -
a "men"meaning like billy! goat, to persuade -
freeze would cause pail a i-
would snow had fallen In Cleveland.The The way to do It. we were ,
mammy"to v
that fruit his "tin pail :
announcer who obviouslyhad told was to straddle the calf, I = _
and discarded let her milk down. a'' rAi ___
have to be picked ,
never seen a big snowfall then shove Its head down into -
or It would; damage other said five Inchesof and that
should have the pall of milk
grunted
berries. snow, and from personal the calf would soon get a from A fountain the pall, of drenching milk Sam, WmllRIF@llR e JE THE CHEVROLET WAYrI

He added, philosophical- experiences, we can testify taste of the milk and then and with milk dripping from

his eyebrows he made a num- The standard engine in both the Chevelle S.S convertible firm-riding, flat-cornering suspension aad wIde.b3SC

ber of irrelevant remark and hardtop is a 396-cubic-inch Turbo-Jet V8 with 325 hp. wheel! with red-stripe nylon tires.

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH about that calf and all he' The standard transmission is a fully/ synchronized 3-speed Is this the kind of no-compromise road machine :yon'ro 1

4Q ESTABLISHED 1879E. ancestors, a* aha In the pro' $ with floor-mounted stick shift. (Yes you can order a. ]looking for? Drop into your dealer's and point an SS black
had
cess stomped on Sam
sore toe '+l' .e t brNbkt;JYN 4-speed or Powerglide. Strato-buckct front seats and tongrille toward an OpCJ1itntch\ : of highway. You'll find out

N L. MATTHKWS. EDITOR. AND PU>LI.MKI: I sole, too.) And the SS 396 chassis conies complete "ithquick..

.s2 0 FLORIDA' OLDEST WKKLV NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CON- Now, as we look back of on It I I q .J All kinds of can, all la one place...at your Chevrolet dealer's Chevrolet CheveUa Chevy n. Corolf Corvette '
that most
we can see our
.. .
UNDER THE SAM MASTNEAOPusLICHED
TINUOUW.V troubles in farming came
from an attemot to im")move' $1.50. Per WeekDAHMEA'S 09!) 8144
A. SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE
AND ENTERED'
EACH THUR.OAV on nature. To that calf her
POST O'ICK AT STARK" P'LA. UNDER AaT OP MARCIf a, 'S7S.Dq real mammy did not at all WALT HULICK EVROLET IfiC.

resemble a tin pail and.
we
TEAR $3.50 . I ,
AREA ONt! SSSS s never were able to convince
THE TRADE i 112 E. Call Ph. 969-1771
OUTSIDE TRADE ARlDA ONtl TnAR: 14.00 12'I I her otherwise. i I, 301 NORTH; STMtKE FL..\. PHONE; 961-3900:




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.1 that tile were an<< strong/ It Self-ronflilenco Is acquired.! of that '" I Ilhl
plants when In would Incrciino the --
grown vtgoi ""I l lflnwcilng =
Junior H'f : ____ i.. :: : = __ ::::
BHS than Midi '' _
no) itroMKei< \ oppononts Yon can, .ifinite it by woiklngililijtentK .ii fertile .soil or one with a anI growth tin ro'-I .u ---=

In terms" nf ph)'-',u',ilitlenil'tll HI a nklll until you high nitrogen content tend. lowing vein' '

., ,lesiilllnp, fi,'DIM, 'n I hemelKlolH Inltgl.' el' it Mont. educational. toCKCtnte jrintly The Si. use fcrtUlKern<< low in nitrogen -

Ya1 Yar weight training: : pi'oKiiilil tltills, ran be mastered. \ I Hy plnnl.x use. food miinlifiK'tiiltd' [ /:! plant in ICHK. d'tllo
Klllthel.\ they\ (mail Home. inthei OtheiM .. "
easily hv the leaves to produce minefolligi moil, and don't overwati-r during -

-. 'f-iiinlUh-m( in the ful. Unit/ II hut it very dlfllciilt. But all instead of HITII: ; .and. the laic stages, lit Hr'wln.<
\In' '.\' had' lieen" tiuiKhlt'\ '"' who hove the EQUIPMENT
cupiiilt inn .tol'll1l It In the hull ultli'h OFFICE SALEI
IIH ncicHflnry to di..l'IulJ'/oIr. / itqulie the .skills nnd therefore !
n Ir )ii-spoitsihllit.v an memo become self-conlicle'it

> ,'i '. of 'u team HS well us nn with reference to their ability

.'nliIdu'; :il. to perform educational tasks. : NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED

('unade0re. In :s;,'In,i.l. "'url<1 I I Wise Solomon aalil, "There
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY I
$Self-confident) for the ntndenlH U a time and place foi every ,

I regarding, : his xtudieuoilt.s .. thing." For the student the ,
\ much the name wny time to acquire good: educational -- --- I I ,
HclM .iHillilinii'' VH ,\ KeyFn1 I Fatally IJfe (Outturn, ,lift def"at"1! 311-16.
: w 'tf :
I'iiHt he mist fill) Louliilont Bldll.s l.s now. The p'ace .. .....
.. Film: ,iilloHal! niul Hint hi' him. bud nn oppintimItv IM In the school loom) PTA' meetlnr wl'l: he IIP' The Uen ) Recreation team l "ICONOMY" Sfde' CharUieci )

riTHIIIIllI "SlllltMHi to Hrqniie( \Ihose skillsnecetsnry Wednesday; 1I.ht.:' Fcb: 2. at nnc\fd) to St Au ustlns.attmlav \! : In church crudltortuRetcafeterias l ,

i "111 tf nn )den ex- to jieifnim, vdiuiitlon.il .. ..- 7:20: p. m. A CointvwldFnmllv .Ian. 22, and won by N'r .. and libraries.

'>. the poet William '' tn. "k<. and that he h is Plant Amaryllis ,, Life Crnfn\ I will be i s-m'- of 38-T5: M. .I, Slocnni _ k'i, p':; '. last Heavy a lifetime gauge).steel Foam mad.,ubb.is .to

'n 1<' ,. ,'ih, always been ''I'' acquired those skills (Such\ nn For Added Color (conducted by D:. Ftu'n Unit m' ::1 f 17 points. !and HPIT-V ; seat and back. Seat .iz.*

,inspiration, to me 1 ,leading wilting the manipulation : of T3V C C. An-iersm Junior Dommon had 13 :Mi\ Jackson' 16 ." wide, 15V deep.

linn It with joii It i i I of numbers in nuitlie- Around HomeColor 1fI1I11! Seh :)l's PTA vlll\ meet Is very proud of the pio"ie, k "\ -: No. 2
lv.1 mattes. IId"ntllIn\ \.....UfI'lithm.I'! with usDr the !tcnirti Is making \ iiJrI...... Carton of 2........,.'2S.3S: ....
beintifiil.
.f tin night that <'( cti' '.) your yard UIU'tZ111 bpi' cn Jrm I ciPtttlan: t,-nm will $9690 .

,.i $ me, !' and, do it with amaryllis. nt RJE to hall: nnfrciuewlth ')t i- )test: t t 10 ASt. Ausu'tlii'/: : on I _1_ 'j N ,, UPNOtttY COLORS...

: I"Ie iif the pit (rum | :Miny[ qiivHltona ,arise, tit this These fIIlWt'I' fan be forced i GI'PelC-. 7 and 6 at 1"'Jp :: I II >le to paint: Does' your hiM, )iavi- Into bloom In nix to eight\ ,r Ten, Plam., and1 Gray ftnith."ECONOMY" .
pole
P I m \V 'nr..cln\. n the RJE !R\m\ All basketball ;, 1
I Die opportunity ti> acquit the .
weeks) << in the greenhouse\ orIn
ink '
i whatever '
god All patent' .? aol liitcioite! fans. me Invited to attend and
I" :
I lore be basic Kkills: neiesHiiv, for performing the home at Any time duiInjr '- I II tliaMsECRETARIAL" I '
111'1'/101111/ II'' > Invlt fl tr alt-n cheer for vow team Therevtil .
i inv unconquerable/ educational Iu"ks'Doel ? the \par PTA mellni t')1' I'y' hrtt I' i iI '1>1 b: n donation nt the door (jC'l1ur..h Typewriter) pedestal with Ttvator' platform en t 'Tttiir'' 1 ben Jrow rNo. t teight I _
.mil << your child believe. In his I :Mote time. niiy be needed. | ment of the dill: l'el1.Vc IKT New I (M llfui.) or left. Specify preference. Center 131.. .._196.90 I\\J

wards i have/ : power| to win with these nklllH I for bulbs A'rowlng: outdoors to I drenrer With lock and key linoleum covered lop _
n put
without asking. ; for) or taking || come Into flower because. of tClur h"lP.ixkrtball) I The :Mlnl'teis:\ nr, D'nconsthiln ( I 0'4" X 30'A"' : Mitt Green, Desert Sand, Sahara Tli,..bltll.drawer.. .
inn to nu lur.: : I
) ? New! of MDunt Sinai Assart-: : H.... 4J2.. ._.,.. 196.90
? lloen he do i
'' : Rome advantage lower or .ramm or Cray.
.. changing tempera
icol 1 (.hy 1 i I.eon Arm ChairIURNPROOkTAINPR00FT0
The RJr7' Tiwii n nil TU"rplnjrM o1llon will! \br 'held nt CT': '<"" 'I I
,1,1.',. ,,l Td'lil''! ''is.srcJ. > the' work lequeitcil of him ? turesReseiiriliem.. rites host( to Sun'an: ilaptist Chinch JAn. 28-30. ". ...ha avo.labl.. vrlth CoUt talC Tap that alcohol Designedforeomfart.GiveeCusps.

.. \\ 11he\ ropy hi* humeuoik"will ......... ... .. .Add"CT"tonumber$13.00add1.!
i\ HI. brtocn m\ with the "lnle'pilciiltiirnl 'lininlni! center of Gainesville The public Is In'rltsd to ntt ?aeiaeerancipar.tieubtea. your office that new look
I II I he cheat on ,nn. etamlniiilim" I
I ;lire' year i .\ Kxpeilmont\ Stations I Dfvlli from t and stands up after years
th B1U3
and !

i null' darter have his ', Will ho ink for in ex say. a mil 1'11I11. for. foic-' SchoolLalf ) I4.'nrl.Gle'lt AME _. of} wear. Ruggedly con
I tension of time In oidei' Uompli ;'I Cinema: HIzTi' : : All'-n Chapel STEEL SLIDING DOOR CABINET tl"" structed. Heavy gauge'
I, liriR the io''ulL if 'I InK should, he potted with one- ,,
/ I '
". '! Build! l"ot Friday Church, Rcv.: I,. A. S.mp'on1II1I1t.I' steel. Foam rubber analee.nty
te an ass'gnmont 'iilu \ block aisle and
: : NG'iwngTng doors to Large
;
l't !ti" i i.hlth had been( half to two-thiidx L'I> the
the 10 and back. Seat 16V. wide,
between Sunday School.
The first same : n tparlmmtl.76"
know ho has hail. 1 \
xufllirnt ( iteel.r
Five adjustable
I ,11 ,III nililiijj POC.tlll''III bulb hove soil to bring about Heavy gauge com- t ..N h d."
15'1'
deep.
limo to JlniKh'. Will I Inblumn RJEnrslty\ boy: !< and Sunlnnd m Moinlnif! Woijhlp at 11 hlgh.36"[ wide, 19*.1." d eel'. I aUlia Y l
I
11,1A'( ( long will It her pin'Iy fl.pt'lnlC.I upholstery.' Won't, scuff or
his teacher. when lie\ nag n victory: for tile Tigers. with the mlssljniuiC'. ', I" N..7436 $99.75 i;
crack. ....No. 2661 $39.95
I :in report for foot Since cvcellent land. I, i s
:cnowi he has not been ntlcn I thev'ie During) the first quarter Sun- charge Sunbeam Gosiel: Sin- Sam* _abev* but with lock end OLDy.
i in ." tier<: ? Pinctlce, had Hiapo subjectn+ Individual la the Court full will render at'' No.7636L
live when impoitnnt skills ,"u'u' u- came on em a program 9105.00
, I 11) v< what I think you In berlH.. or ns port of .a border Afterthe
iiientnl- flaht until half time. ,attend,.
by being -orcupherl'
\'on' will not I'C'Ol't'] for pre planting around l the home. 011'', DECORATOR [ !o! Th."MIRCHANrS"PEI.
ly \\lun he Mhoiilil. he oncni-! I half 111TI1'.M: resalrpChlr The SenIor Choir will fin. I ICOLD'S.
'in, this vear nl all:* I'J'aUu his. Ipis/ms: "/, ThisIs might think about trying .< pl.lt.: and the flnA' Sunday moin'n"'! nil\ :! flit a 1fa Contains two fuN soep it.
upon
n shocked but not too them outfluthg 11fRVOl' o' Choir with Mill Green, Ion letter flies a daunt
a ('iimmo'i aiiif< for.. un acing\ I 'o..e110 4 -22 Junl7r wlllnpicni: ':
drawer for 3x5 or 4x4
.,HI' 1' 1 did not know what OIIv.Gr..n, : .i
I the skill being tniiRlit ran he bought either\ RJE ChRi'es! Rive was! liter1o 'he Sunbeini! Gospel / :Inc:; 'i' "' ( ..... Sand t. cards '3200 opacity).Twe
> ':: I said "What do j
ink xpei i hove Hoc ?' He said you Help fur \Mioin ? I I at nurseries.. << or Heed I and /jrnr- : ." or with' 13 points fol'owc! 'U 5pmPrawr .1131 I !. Dar' Ca'e' Gray.BOOKCASE N r a dlustobfestoro9ecow.

'it' urn supply stores. or nt I I'a- hv Archie Kettle* with 10. an'Euenc Mecttn i -hi 1 M partmmti under lack and
could' bo that he liis not ? ?
I think you have leukemi I InLiniiiilh '
key st.el) safety vault
a
I letv. stolen and supi-mmi kets Bly Mlth RRJT hued each ThmJni night\: a8pm. ,
thank nod that :)( (
II I onitv .diiignoHis.: wag we accept' the: lusponslbll-, I "The floweia are 11I ..lIlt.. "ibellshnped : varsity\ ulils rlayrd thrlar'ltv with R!!v Mu'Ueiiv'hiuffp :. (t SECTIONS ti'' Lack doubly plus protected an outer door

onjt\ ly tr> tench, them to lilm If : and (conic In red from Con.oliletert air'the / AH fil,'ntH nn1 mem 9 Designed for many usei. Keeps supplies, catalogs under lack and key. 30'i"

ills lark of self-confidonte' Ls. pink white and eonihlnitlonof DfOUVPIC lvln4r 0111 hers invited to att 'n' LI and printed matter neat and orderly. 30" w, > d t wide, 32" high, 17" deep.
I vat ronlldent I did not 37W' h, 17" d. Four adjustable tompartmenti.
due bin unvIlIm these colom.. nays Dr TomSheehin this n hard time foi' a He. U70 $63.30
that' ,disease: : If I did\ I to own noKK I Tl-i'iPttes sullied Junior!:: Church meet Inwill (Shelf size 30''." x Id"). ,.,,,,,,.,No. 349S S37.3O
'' : nssoelate< Stations 01nanientnl The II
'o concentrate! and fortheffort r
put atm
'mall ns confident\ re- hm.til'"IlIJI'I.It..\, '" the unit however and 11l'H he held pa-h Wednesday At above but 28' h, 2 compartm.ers..No. 208 $14.10 With plunger lock the lacks ell dew ra.Me.1370P1$11.09>
not then ue ask vonr helpIn All Junior. members areura
ommltment ton
ni\
(
working( out thnt phase i ofi; not necessary to dig each: '"ame< ended 28-20 In : to be present
( t' 'Iw I outset of the III-
I
his w'lf-<'onfldence. year. or to "dry" off' as commonly favor
K' I ;heel 220 pounds.) :My Srlf-'iiiiHi-loiiHi( Hinders, : i i helle\'ed. Its better' trdig' The. ptrtamlir event of the sqIlli .
''CIK oI''I.' >,pcd, to lr>0. SI UI1 I Cole!
and pvrnlnj the bPtwe.1 : STEEL SHELVING UNITS
Seiondlv" the utiulent must separate. replant was same ,. >
'nil, 'I t I bet
noiilil
") ( got ,
'overcame seif.convcionaness.l. each year. to get uniform RJE varsity burs> ant Consoltatecl r
Shelves adlutfahte 2" centers con
are on
I I ,I.I" t better n ml. fully .
Till self-ennscio0v studenli. flowering and larger\ firmer The TlsersVPIP. or be raised or loweied, or more' shelves
I '
b:mg/:< bnc, k. Ummllv the cnp- Dr. Sheehan points out that pins and t iierdlrs A ,,'U-, onlltlent) person bci I .. halt Jonp o' I --- The "four-way reinforcement" gives
hll' Rtudint is nelf-cnnscloim\ If you do this. you'll hove n lr t ns James i Cray.
i ) < power, to win inv beinnse he knows he U not ; better. ttian.ce< of cutting dour Cnnsn'Hativl( '! : ii'..., hitting the them greater strength. The open shelving
I I units include four steel guise) plate for
t hoot tiikin ail
I ; m'kft. r-wi.l'.fntlv: The Tl
piepned" ; he Is. niinid IIPvl'l! I the disease and Inject pest. .
'It i I .iiliihiito l extra 'Igldlty.SHELVING .
1'1. '' my frpn1 fall: he will be liiiKheil;: <1 at liili \' since \mhenlthv bulbs ran be. errs came back In fill

.I i'. I n i 11g the illness, to : ila4mato. Sonict lines his < graded' 'put\ nnd,I dpstioyel. at strength during the //I'COI1' i: UNrTS-ClOSIV ON THREI .SIX

'*' ., 'ill Mv [faith in ,. afialil the te uhiiill m iUi this. time half and (rime en-lei 102-3' (A* shown at right) Comport.:: UNITltlustrot .UNITS\ UNITS
,a..Iry, ,, ..Adcft"...
I il I I I :'i' Mv. filth thnt ....
nil him In fwor: of R IF Fnv"-t" \VhltIcV Price' enrfr '
of Flower! fnilllle is one of the. No. Width HataM. Depot, Each Unit 1 i per Shrfv..
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ue dn nut tnleialc, Hiich,, 'u' 'long: digging: them befrne. and Cov Jerk in hd 14 "ixh
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ihont each Inelilcntl, lneitlntiin I'h", allowing too mm. .h shade! Tlacia: and Tlnpttc met th y THREE Na. 7512 until'SO" .
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.' ,I' 7312 ....36". 75" 12" five 27.00 $21.71 $26.21 13.9..
to he just 'ii little nfrildm ': ficture of food n.t clennv! RJF! varsity< boys!'! earn
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optional special :accents I.'lu' Cole u high,,12V' deep. Heavy .....
: ;"1 .r Cray. .772 $59.00 MM O.e*, Off**

't : and characters that simply snap on ; gives you a custom 1"1.. Mill l'.tp.enlhn i | . i 110..1., AUTO SERVICEGilbert' .//..,...., eh"'Ne.773HS.7II.. Green Desert Sand or Croy.' N*. 3811 $49.*.

... keyboard in an instant. Five inexpensive sets. ./..'.. 'In. .. ...a'I'' ..k... \I'll Above... Cabinet> each. drtmer Hpel,
r.t' ';; JEWELED .II, I. fin Hi.,r| ,il'r.1' till 1 'I'h i S. Brown -- ...........Mghr.. with. 2 ed| >iable' dlvMer Mk.'ne. 9* .,
J MAIN\ BEARING for Ion3-la5ting. fac- ..IJJ' ..r 'tlll-4 n.dl.. | H IM, I II ,'I.-I' ,II1ulI'1 r*..74 M..,. es.perrnei.rs, ._...?No. 33120 $119.0

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two inches longer than most t, for extra big I l.-rlili I. ,In, u hi.'li ""'OI I tiii. .. TIHt: f. n "M'I.nlF.OiI: 1

typing jobs, like reports, charts and ledger sheets. .tfJ'W-- ,,i....'i.,. ... ....rrf.'e' ..r th* III, ., .. IN,. ,I 811Iget, Terms, Rmd Service
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; I i 4 or, DULANY STEMS AND PIECES'
{ Mushrooms V ? 25
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Dinner Rolls 2/35/ *
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REG. PRICE 65t SAVE 6t! REG. PRICE 61< SAVE 12 f4 .
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i Fry Potatoes '. 89* 's Seeded Rolls ;' .2/35/ *

.m.>CR'ES Oft SUN SIP "THE REAL THING" 1 6... PIECES PLASTICHangers

SAM Orange LEK Juice 6 !Can z 89 QUART SIZE ,rI. i'; 5 BAG,IB.11 4 ,/ ? T r 7 i 29*


Pound J .Cake 69 ,; '''''' .r.
PINT BREAKSTONE I

Sour Cream .. 45 w 't, PLUS 100 FREE STAMPS w/COUPON BELOW! ...

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; Drumsticks' lb. 39 Sausage 79 'l'l't 'lJ ,

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FRESH PMM HEADS RED DELICIOUS WASHINGTON STATE EXTRA FANCY T
REGULAR $1.49 J'o-LB. bUX .'FRIED 10 ni PKG. KRAFT'S CRACKER BARREL
Cabbage LB 5x Apples 1O/89x/ ;, Fish Sticks ,:: ; $1 Cheese . 63\! .j.jII. i

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BHS Junior Hi1 'I vigoi =_= :- =: = __ = _. -:: -
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In terns of phvslta! diligently at a skill. until you high nitrogen, !: content tel\cll1''' lowing vein
strenfrth resulting. ; from n tie, niastci It. Most
educational to vegetate gra Uy. The So use '
iiielvloiw, velffht tl'lIll'tlng0, skills. ran: be:! masteied By plnnl.M use food ninniifnc.tilled, trogen ,plant In .

Kiiim'' Klllllicl. they found, Home rather easily Other by the leaves to produce marefolhte roll, anti don't ()

".r'fiMilltU'iii'. < In the. f..nHint| Ih,1 i, It very difficult But all Inntcnd nf nMnr; nn.I. ng: the late I ..tul;; :m

,In. .y hml been taught IlioIIH who have* the cupa<.lt>. eon doling .It In tile bulb \\hlclt SALE

( : necessary. to tllHlhlllKI acquite the skills and therefore !

',sir lesponslbllltv IIH nrUMii- become .self-contfdent!,

I.'v'I of u team is well as an with, reference, to their ability

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oilllilrni. In s CITIZENS OF BRADFORD
vr't Self-ionlidenio for. the Htii-. i H time and piano fat everything I

vr'I' dent regarding his Kindles ," For the student the 0
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unite, ninth the .mime W'avI'iiRt time to ncciuiie good l educational ,
s,'lf-( ....liII..II.-.> .\. A .
t KfjKir I he must feel confident! BkilU Is now. The p'.iue' Kjrnllv lire (i'oiilrirn ,nrl1'1'( dt'f'nt/ ": \
Idnculloaul: and PTA mectlnt wl'l he he'! The Reno l "ICONOMY" SIde Chat.*
that lie Luis. hail nn oppoitun- I IH In the school\ "loom J
.I'rrtitmil "sin < t'NHu fly to Hiiiiliu| I those Kkllls, \ .. Wednesday: nl-ht: Fc:'. 2, at ioviincifd\ to Kt :! Used/ 'In church crudltoriutre. .

ili\' 1 of nn Idea. ex- necessary to peifoim' eihirii-"' '' ,, 7 :20 I p. m. A CauitvKld> ,atindav.) JAn. :22.:! ,i cafeteria' and libraries.
,tt' ,b,, the William I Plant Amaryllis Heavy gauge Heel made ta.
poet penal. tHHit" and that he has Family Life Conf-: "n3 will\ be i .u-or- of 38.33,,

ili .HIP' alwuvs) been aI I atqulieil those. .skills' ( Such aEC''': For Added Color (conducted by D:. F 11\:1\: Il.ut ii'l: 17 points ''I' seat last a and lif.tlm.back Foam Seat rubber ine>

'inspiration to me. I : of FsU. C. C. An 'lersw Junior( Dommon had 13. ''
leading!:. witting the niunipulullon 1 I 16V'.. wide 15/ deep
-.hare;i It with you. It l I If Ii of numbers, In inn the Around HomeColor Hinli\ Schoal's: PTA ,,11meel\ la very proud of No. 2660 $25.71

i mil UI'H. H'lcnUIInv"HtI\ lItioa.; ultli US. the tcnnV Is Carte oT 2_....53.73.4:
"f' f the night thut cov- etc.,) your 'vaitl" bo'iiitlful., D,'. HA.l'tz11\ b" pi een Uen r : : x

"'Ia i me, and. do It with amnrvllis : holt! r1nft'l'en.e to St. UPNOLSTE0.jCOLORS...
at RJE to > : n' hit |
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v' : "I' |It as the pit from Many questions, mine ut this These flowers ran be forced l i Available In Green, frown,
with Oi-Rdc (II I. 7 and:! U at 1:3p : I Siitnriav Jn. ,
Kile( to pole point : Does your child' Jinvrthe Into bloom) In nix to fight Tan, Flame, ana!'Gray flnnh.
m. %Vnesdns; '. n the RJE'm! j i
opportunity tt> acquite the week. In the greenhouse or
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"i gods'icre '
All patent ant Interertepersons fans! HIP Invited!:
I be basic skills neiesHinv for perfotmingr In the home at liny time tim I
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Invlt d l to ntt'n cheer for ,
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eduontlonnl
tasks
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Does your child l believe In his I : time be needed
-;.solewnrda may ( ) ( .
of the: cal: rcn. We tvvour Church News! I
have n port, ; power to win with these nklll for bulbs. growing outdoors to f
The Mln1-teis
help.ISsrkMball}
without ,asking' for or taking I come Into flower because of '!
mill to mi Ittre;; ? New'aThe i Anion) of Mount: I

!inol) 11.; <. ((1.eon soma' advantage Hoes he do ',lower or changing temperatures RJE Titers! and TljTrtto itlori will\ bo : I IFMjrtlst Chair f

''i,"."],. TnI'J'.c.p.I! ) I the work requested' elf him ? played host to Run' 1I1'TI'Alnlnfl Church : ( Civet
Will he his homewoik'will
I 'i\. (HI. 1 bit\\ccn tin' copy Researchers. with the slate's Center of Oalneivllle The public Is \' I look
he client
1 ::Viifienr, on an examination' > ,\IMlLiiltiirii1. ]experiment I'Itntlor.EC from yeari I
? Will\ he ask.. and th, BluDevlU Und
for
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i ,1'IOI.to h.ive for
hit any amaryllis fOI'ctnt -
I tenxion of time in order t'omplcte Cm'oI1IAtrd: filth\ School O'.etiter: All-*!! ) .'
.11,r tins the iPKiill) ,dst .should ho potted with one- '
Lake Biitlei. hot Friday. Church Rcv. L
mat
\ eats which had been an assignment wnni heft' to two-thliclH of the .
i lit known he nun had sufuutent Th( first same between the imat.i: Sun'lnv wide, '
I ill Purtoiim bnlh shove .soil about' I I "
Iv'' nikiiifr to bring '
tune to Hnish7. Will\ In ITIE varsity bays: and Sunlixndva m. Morning t Ftyd. l
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How long will It bee ,early floweringSince or
the TlafriDuriiiB
A victor for : with the :
blame Ills teacher when he
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in "report for foot- :mows he has not been ntlenhve I they'ie cvoellent landscape $ the first quarter: Sun- charge Sunbeam : r '
n ..11., I Ice? Prnctlte had ,subject\ ni Individual, the court full
lan-, camp on 1'1'11111 renter a
\when skills. '
anheiiij
Important "
.i.h.tailed, He mild 1 h
: "If \ taught: Is he !,lnA'II.,1hy I t specimens In mints' plantings: fore and!! gar e the Timers a 3pm, !!' ;
h, v< what I
think yon In he/Is. of border
.being/ -nrrupiel iiirntrtlIy or ns part n fight until half time. After attend
pre
von will not revo.t'for \when he should, he oncni- ; planting round the home. 'Ollmight HIP half tIt:! TUnt' reialrh"lr !? |-(d! The Senior 1Ti."MERCHAN'"pE.'

tlct rhi< venr nt all." li-ison think about trying spirit, and the flna Sunday Contain* two full fespem.Ii .
Dating!:: upon his ? This :: Ii
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A \" shocked but not too letter files double
them doe ; a
out.Bulbs 4.-22:! In favor o' i
will\
IK a uimnio'i IIIIHO foi missing. / "orE'l'A' Junior Choir / ;
..itli' 1 did\ not know what drawer for 3x4 or 4x4
the kill being. taught cnn he boul'htlIt,1'\ \ HJE Cliai'es'! Blve wan JUal'o 'he SnnbPim. O<> t card '3200 capacity). Tweadjustable
xpet:I I said \Vhnt do .
you at nurseries or .seed I and gnr- ..0.1' with 13 polnti.: followed! 'it 4 p'Praver m': I
Fur \MMIIII' itorago come
ink i hive. r-oo1" He Help>> '
IIl\let" 'tt : ,den mmplv! stores, or at vnlietv hv Archie K'ttlcn with 10. nnriilfiv -* under lock and!
RTe" I partment
I think \ou J J.tive leiikemi" 1 1ntinunlh could\ be that he has. not
thank God that :men taught these, skills. IfD stores. and snpermaikots. Blv Hh 8. ulqd each '..;! : 1 key, a iteel safety vault

I, "vn't" JllltinOHiil: /: VIIHHB nc artept, the iL'iponslbll-. \ I "The floweis. lire lih'-like 01 RJR varsity dhli played the' 8pm. with R'v :: lock doubly plus protected an outer bvDial door

> ty to tench them to him If hell-shnped, and' come In led lar.'ltv from ComolHatM\ air hniffp: All fii under lock and key. 30'i"!

I i "an; 'mflilent, I did not ills Ink of self-confidence, IMdue I pink white and ronibimtlon- he DctlUvrie" tflvlru our berg Invited to i 1 t Wide, 32" high, 17" deep
to his own unwillingness of, these colors' says. Di Tom Ills a hard time for a tlI- i Junlai Ne. 1170$43.90
'ii' 'Hni) ,, disease, If I didI I Iu Church I ( ) ,
nnsorliite Rtiitlona. The TlTMTtten: tallied R r
lo concentrate and fortheffml Sheehan: or-
/ put
'ie held ea"h
?ll\' ns confident locks ell drawer.Xe. 1370ft. $71JM
commitment 10n'i' ton i then we .ask. your helpIn I niimentnl I tlniltinist! It'." the half however and the ">stn All junior ,

('' working out that phase of I not necessary to dig etch ame ended 28-21)/ in theirfavor. uitK: to be
,
Ill-bed his self-i. 'ontUlence. vent or to "dry off" us commonly '
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i I I I
i selfonsrloilHiiess. Illnilcr I : I: believed It's better. t<> The !prctacuHr event of the Wet .
' l--ciliiotl'| ) to IriO SLill I !
Secondly) the student, inuoti'icome dig' separate. and lenlnnt p'vl'nlnc'R'! the !name betwei'r
.1: "i11.1, ," ''t I I would l get hot
')\' ,Helf-t oiisciousnesrt. en t'I h year to pet uniform RJE varsity bvi ant Consoli' !
I l I g. t better and. fllll .
The Hi'lf-limHi'lous" \ > studenthangs 'flowering/{ and larger flowers. a ted!. Till! TliciH were or

I buck Ununllv the cnpihli :. ))r. Sheehan points. out that p'rts'! nnd nerrllcs. ciuilnoc\ th i i!I I

A -"" II onlUlent person be,1 student is. nelf-consclons l If you do thin you'll have n trot half ns James Jones O' j

i In I4 power to win )in bemuse he knows he Is; 'not l better charge of cutting down Cnnso'Hati'd'! : wn hitting the t ]

"" ad1 prepared" he \Is nfraiil he \\i'l I the disease. ,, and insert pest. t 9"-krt nmUfntlv: The Tiers : I ,
I ( ,, \
rnhe\!: will he laughed; at 1 blis \' since unhealthy bulbs can be ? came beck In fill I
.ili I n'ng i the tllni".<4 to climnmten. Sometimes 1 hi. Bindinl (put anti destlo\el\ ill strpnatli! dinlna the svoiv I :
THRU! SIX
Mv f:ulli In ,iHiifuild' the hn'hl', will mikinn tills time. half. and K\me. en<1e1' 102-3'( ( ) ,UNITS
UNITS
d I i.l:! ?I l\' filth, Hint I I. AddJ"'"
In .
of RJF
favor Fiiv<
', of him Fltmei' fnlluiiis tme nf thehiggeat Whll ( frltm per I sari 1 Shel.
nee in'p \\MiiM' Und n While tilt.i me I'U iscs ilAliiill prohli-nis, In Kiowlnemini 1 1V was hlih nni n!1' with 21 .* $46.70 "6.2' t3:1J e4
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1 I I hunlth. [ in CuilI : the teiuliel has.. lidii'lll. ,'\ \Pis' Some. of the causesme points. follow: by usual I S3.40: 1300 4." M.B93e .
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'l -\Itrlii .d I \
i SilfiiteI ',,1 1 the 'ffo-Is: of /a student,' di\invr the bulbs too Chandler with 20 Jirv! nivt .an o.A5 ".25 .

I ''II"'. The skilU of \o' (di I not tnleiate !I'whI"'\ 'lung: : digging I them b( i .
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I t h 80.55 _
Mi'Cht \ I tin 3053 4.9'
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'r 'Ion mill, v.null. like to knnv.uhnut the len\ei\ turn \ In the :Mon 'av nlht the Fli'itlnTUois '
yellow .
"I .' ilIlls .if .arlunrt. J3.VO 3JS 7.63.4
.enth Ineldenti. and Tt-iPtt'. met, thn
i Inxestljntinn fall, allowing/ ;) mm/ 'h shads> "i t '
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l the ,
"11 I clanufount ( )
.. ,. iisiinlly" pm\et' the ntii- church/ cute down the maim). "nis/ from K '1V, Ifi-h Mac
!tilt/ to he Just a little afraid: facture of. food; Ant plantingIn tlrnnv RJE variltv( boys won $26.75 $U.2' $$393t>e.
Torn do l (iiflilriirt, 1 .ej 30.7O 3020 493M.V. .
,in apology Is. pluinh writtendl rich .soil. in high nitrogen\ bv a score" of 71! to 51 Era's'
< ." 87." ...71 '.9' _
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1 over his fare "is he nakeitN >.r (" '- 111/luff! with a hlRhMitrorren ; Whlflpv was hiili with, 3''
i ', I (II( i Tin"nulnts. this w.nI I clIlIl'lhlltlnn. ( ( to 'he (i'IHHtinllilt'iit .. / fertilizer.Amnrrllis points and Edith Stioiu' ; ha'
I "lit i I in/ llit'li .
Icnnwle'Ige' ; Su'lf: ( .. \11111'(1( : !! la one of n group 8.

The Thf'r"ttr1'on tlielamc \- rHOUSEH : )
r- '- 7 t e 1 if r"F nl_o bv a F:OI'1' of 42 to i l I.

:to. B-ttv' Wilt \w'ss hlhUMi: ,

If you like going r k JfZ* 25,?!\ patnc} ( nnl Edith Stioir I PESTS (

hal fl. If _", ctt"... ; DUTY

first class", you'll like this ,. J < The P-" !'IIIA"| "'I'l rli'PrPf V If UedgkNy U.u.lteq I
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t extra duty at home and office 'v'.rn'P i at 111- HI,.Hi, t 1 MM'ill ,'_ .\1.1. KINDS "
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""r ..lr..r.t .'*.timil \. : Phnns )." | drawer tlzM BH" wfde, 3%*

P [ r CHANGEABLE 1'YPErfI. 40 optional special accents ',1 .t l,.\\n\. I'l" 10.',.i*"Irt.l i. 'in'.,. "siurkiI'll I Cn. '' < \ .. ? CabInet .b!.. 3C)1-i.)! wide3T.. : %.
"**' : H.avy.t.l. MM Greea OfK*
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.v "*< keyboard in an instant live inexpensive sets ;/;..11*. In.... I''k.( *.. I*'InII drawer .......?.e4. .
JEWELED I I (N fuilh.T, I il'r!'' *. .til" ill", .* Gilbert S. rfivMere m.'i... 99
MAIN BEARING for long lasting, tac- ?'us). ..r 'HlN oathLs) nui','>''l(1.1 l liil ,. | .. .,.No. 33I2D $1900 *

?. ., r tory-new precision and performaac, .."" tlm In Inv tutu' \Ilhm. >ltn' 'Itu..l.lnl Oil *cr .
v t t nlV, TI l.I'1: 1:.\l'II ., niiil.llMhiT 0_
KING SIZE CARRIAGE inches ,Pprr| | In Nrurk' ''. .\tl. \STIKKs
two longer than most, for extra big I.I'.rl.l, i. In. u III"'Ii .'oathIii... :",] t nD.I
typing jobs, like report, charts and ledger sheets. i L'.",... .rn,.t, .>.r ehr ,,,1.\! .. tut.lll.lt "." Budget Terms
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HJ.! .., It 1..Illlt*. Ill1 .Mil, .IUII t'oo I II. I"
HANDSOME VINYL CLAD STEEL CASE at no added cost. I I., ....,II I.1..1I l lIN Phone "- )
I \'' i'I'MiHs: v iiriiiir:' : i 41)7) :>. Temple' !

COMELY TODAY AND TRY THEM; ALL. lii.iinni" srl. t mt hitnl, ,uI, I '
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r. PRICES GOOD THRU JANUARY 29TMWINNDIX1I
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Powerful Good Coffee! INSTANT Fresh-Brewed Flavor ASTOR Inst. .TO..INC.-agPYIHg

: 4 : \:I Mushrooms i ? 25*i
I I NESCAFE 1 COFFEE y *
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I ; Tomatoes.t."t. 8/l 1
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REG. PRICE $1.39SAVE 20d! REG. PRICE $1.19-SAVE 20 d :
_-- I :, 24_, CAN VAN CAMP1
:7 : Beef Stew. -. 49
$ 19 1 e < 'UI
r 1 i.-OZa/9 e 10-oz. nl 20 'I I

.. SIZE s SIZE ,.. :,'. Ce Catsup '.- T. T i r 4Mj18o / 1 J
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{ SPECIAL PRICE! KRAFT'S QT'RS. : ___________________..________________________________________________________ REGULAR'! 39*e 100 CT. B B CHOCOLATI MALT I

I= Parkay Oleo 11.MORTOH ;i MIRACLE WHIP Salad 1 Pillsbury Plain or Self-Rising Candy, Balls ;' '.' 3/M.i J Jj
l 1 2-LB. CRACKIN' GOOD
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ACt fLAVORl -:" D R E S S I N \1 i F L 0 U R DIXIE DARLING BROWN. 'N. SERVE. .,. 11?.PACK 7 IT *

Meat Dinners f 39 Dinner Rolls : 2/35/
.a. REG. PRICE 65*! SAVE 6t1! REG. PRICE 61*! SAVE 120 .
S4.B. BAd FRENCH: DIXIE DARLING BROWN & SERVE DINNER
Potatoes 89 I Seeded Rolls .2/35*
Fry -. = ;

H<>ACR $ OR SUN SIP "THE REAL THING"' 1 : 6 PIECES PLASTICHangers

Orange LEIPound Juice 6 Con"; 89JAA QUART SIZE j 5 BAG 18." + A ? 7: T 7 29*


l.Cake 69* 1 + .:. .' '"':.''' ?fJ

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PINTt BREAKSTONE

Sour Cream. 45 "" M. .PLUS100FREESTAMPSw/COUPONBELowr! I [

EXTRA LEAN CUT SWIFT'S
REOUIAR J/l. #2Y2 LIBBY SLICED OR HLVS.Peaches REGULAR 39< 18-oz. DEEP SOUTH l: 1 a
W1fCS PREMIUM LG. 4-lb. CANNEDHAM d

... 3/89'// rape Jelly 291 ';s-A.. ,.I Premium .

REGULAR 39* ";2V2' STOCKTON REGULAR 3b< 1-LB. SUNSWEET LARGE


Pears 31./ Prunes 3/$1./ :; ..

REGULAR 39- 46oz. LIBBY PINEAPPLE REGULAR 45* 3-LB. DIXIE DARLING ;-


!Juice! 3/$1./ !Fancy!! Rice 391 ::, EA. .:J


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GREAT POTATO VALUE! TOP QUALITY U. S. No. 1 IRISH ,;' U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEEF i

elect Potatoes Freth From The Field! i t
:; Pot Roast LI. 591
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Steak I
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20. GRAUh 'A QUICK FROZEN
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LB. BAG GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN TURKEY 14 or. PKG. TARNOW WHOLE HOG :

Drumsticks;' .lb.39
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;(,. GRADS;> "A" QUICK FROZEN 4 PKGS. COPELAND ;' ;.-'
HORNM WoE-FW'INO SWEET JUICY FRESH FLORIDAOranges G\ Turkey thighs 49 Chipped Beef ; T 4

2 GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN 1 LBSirPKG.l. ... COPELANO CHOPPED .:
LB.291
Tomatoes EACH ; ; Turkey Breast .lb. 69 Steaks : 79 .
FRESH PMM HEADS RED DELICIOUS WAINC.rON( STATE EXTRA FANCY f
REGULAR $1.49 2'/-L8.' BOX FRIED 10o PKG. RAfT"CRCKR'
Cabbage. LB.51 Apples 1O/89/ ? ;. Fish Sticks : : T 1 Cheese . 63* .j.jII.

t. MO. I Y8LLOWOnions! U S NO. I GA RED SWEET j

5 B'BAG' 29 t Potatoes u. 59y F ; 1. ".t!:.!>1!. .. ,,:

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STAMPS! 1 ... .0 I X 4 H Ihl nRAMI' M DOW" OVKI4Cleaner i iM.
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Crawford scored 6 for Lawtey. an hour. I ItLet's A. 0"011." i .Ir. Claim'H\'ll ,. { be. Forty Dollars ($40 00)) bid bond/ In the amount, of r No bidder! .. may withdraw thirty hli
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Pin] Ida mill m<. the, nrlKln plus tax IH'ixiMt ihfikx Per flit of the bid' payable bid fur a p nod Ondnv
2 17 Interested in I Is
I' Bradford B S I 5 5 5 Anyone applying not for
RECREATION NEWSMen's I in itif ,ufil e uf the ('lurk, of hall be made. pnvublu tu tu tliu Board. of Public In- after the date the
Lawtey Rec. 3 0 .t 4 11 for an application should Go I IIi.. <'h 1,.i uit Court on or before the AruhltodC ruction of Uradforil. Count, opunlnv thumif"

This Week's Schedule _. contact the local postmasterat the 7th duty ot Kubruury l 8ii.tiiiiuin. bEPAIlATR SlIliirOT.S: : 8olnratu | Florida K* evidence. of Rued< The contractor, will Friday Jan. 28 Register Oil your earliest convenience. i ," the iilli-KUtKmn of .sheets fur drawings/ :" ifaltli' and guaranteeing that to complete mil". t P"> ,.
-mill <' City Lt'll&lIe end of the 1st quarter 14 to 6. vs Bradford Barber Shop. 8 School New. IIH ,unf/ <.HRdfl by you.TIllH bo purchased! rrniii the f-xwule und. furnish I to the 'In his' 'hi...

Banket bull It."till Keystone> came back In tho p.m. Saturday Jan. 29 Chamber The Manila Agnes Jones GardeningBy hull," Kllllll lie Plllllllllcil ) )- Aivhltert an llown ((1111 Honrcl, of Puulliinmriirtlun' The aurl.eusful. l.liUr. / ,d r

Starke National Guard won 2nd quarter to outscore Gar- of Commerce vs Luwtey, Elementary School and the iin-H each week fur fourcuriHor'iitlvo refunds) : of Rritilford County, Floil.ln'. .any will I.I "llrI..1 tinIlradfoiJ.' b'd W.lnlntl '
weeks. In the ruwliiK,, > $1.00 per) Hhitut, a bond Issued by a Surety \'" (6)( ) day'. afti'r "
out over the win less Starke ] den 17 to 11 and the score was 10 am.Senior Baldwin Jr.-Sr. High School Th.. IIn".1' "e ('11"11'InMlru"lI..n
Hervfy Sharpe, Editor 1..lItr"r.1 I i (Cniinn 'r'I legraph| pluM ::1| per < <*nt luxiip Company licensed/ to do bimlHimi nl."I.\" '
Jaycees in the ;Men's City knotted at ETAOIN SHHRD ltoy met jointly Thursday night at haled Hi In 12th day ii fIiintinrv rlfliutlunH t 10 per / In Florida and listed l by lit "ul.Iy .
League last Thursday night. I time Intermission. The 3rd Basketball League the Mamie Agnes Jones Cafe- Agricultural KxtenalouService: luuil. page, plus 1 per rent tux the United States Treasury Florida. ,reMersen, thr... non,,,
bids. ,
I Results. of Oilmen Played tori um for their regular PTA (IBIAIJ: ) Notv: All requests for, pliinriand I'el".rtlllo/lt/ an a.,ci.ptnblo, tor 10 reject' tiny/ and. all I >nd
The game began as a very low quarter was nip and tuck as r..r".IIII'H.TII11 .
ClKirlen. A Darby, np..ririuntliinn, Hopurut", 100 per rent of the contract to walse wU' '
scoring contest as both teams one team would score and than Monday Jan.' 24 1 1Terwlllcgar meeting. Sgt. Joe Frigo of the e'l err, n I'| tic, Olivult Court Sheets of drawings or pewee' price within tea ((10) iluyn IHUKM" 1>.F I'' "I.IC(

played cautious defensive ball. I the other would make a goal. :Motors\ won Duvul School Boy Patrol gavea Hy Ii'nlllh1.. Moody of "loelflrutiouiS shell ho l .after being awarded, the run INSTKI'CTmN( ;: OF< Hilt\ .

The Jaycees outscored. the 2 more than Garden and led their 2nd game of the season talk on "Safety." The delayed winter was likea L>fpiuy Clerk through the uffli-o of the. trai-t Said. bond) guaranteeing FOK1> OI'NTV. FHHIII'A-'" .
Jr. "upir.lntemlent
vlalt 1 from im unwanted iu- 4t 1/13 2/3 Architect.Eiirh the perforinuni p.ivmnt "I.I TIUHlinB L "i'u-e\ .
the Guard In Ihe first quarterand Keystone;: managed to make against one defeat, but it Tile Baldwin High SchoolKinlor.s ) .
law-It had to pay us a visit.sooner bid I nhflll, bu accompanied aid bond to b... paid by the
held an 8-0 loud. However, 37-35 going Into the final perlud wasn't. as easy as the urine /played: u game of \O'rlll'1 I OK IN.. ,.1-1'.10' 'EIIIUllHIFIt ) ] by a L'Hfthier'M cliHult. or luntrfiitor Jll :II\ ,

in the 2nd period l the Giiiuil The score was tied early Indicates. A winless' but game. Dunlu-y Basketball Tuesday or later. : : Flt'I'I'l'lulus1111' : : -

hit for 111: points while the In the 4th period and Keystone Hurst Shell Team played on nlghl In the high u< hool gym. Little damage has been Noli.' IK hi-u-liy, gle' "n. that
done except to( make the lawn the undersigned' under lh pro-
I Jaycees could manage only 4. went ahead by 2, then 3, then even terms for the better, pintof School thildiun: enjoyed u attempt \lnliHis. of r'lmptur .I.III13.) Laws
bride' I IIr.st -
and were down 19 to 12 at r.. and held off a never-say- the game but a lust minute holiday Wednesday! of this look like a of Klundu, ; Acts of IBII/ will
\ week when Khools: clos- at cooking; lawns werebinned irlMKr" with the Clark of the
:
Terwlllegar were
intermission. The 3rd quarterwas die Garden Team to hand the ,splurge by .
to a dark brown.To (C'a. i nil Court In and far Urud-
another, dose period with Uaiden/ boys their first loss pushed them under. Terwille- ed for teachers planning day. .Ive the burnt lawn is ford County/ .lorliln' upon I re-

the Guard getting 7 to the of the season :SO> to 45. Harold gar led by. points at the end l'EJtSI.S l'e iitlpt uf proof of publication of

Jaycees' 0. The Jaycees tried Bishop led the winners, scoring of the half and at the end of Mr. and Mis. B. P. Colemanand easy. All you do)> is make like thiN noilL. the fictitious puma
dog with fleas scratch' of xtiirlK Nursing Home. under
vainly] to overcome the Guardin with 17 points and Mc- the 3rd period. The score was daughter of Jacksonville a lawn which we lire enicaKeil In bullIIIKI -

the ilrst period but went Murtry with 13. For Garden, tied at 22-all with only 1:50: spent the weekend. here withMrs. PI'oper application& of a nt HOI 8. Outlay Road,

down to defeat 36-22. Sonny Tommy Malloy had 16, Mike remaining In the final period, F. B. Coleman and son rake will remova! the wlntei- Starko Florida..
kiled leaves, clippings from Lawton IJ .
Thomas 808 S
Donnie. ,
paced the Guard with Sexton 13 and Townsend when Terwillegar suddenly
Griggs last fall and other ,:eorI3 that Policy Ind.! .Starke! Fin. 1/3 IntorvMt. .
11 points while Sydney Jack- SUlckland 12. began! to steal the ball and Mrs. F. B. Coleman spent : from : E. C. Thomas. 923 Monttronivrv .

son with 6 was high for Jay Keystone 6' 17 12 15 00Gal.ten pulled the victory out. Harry this week in Jacksonville with prevent green shaots: Ave., Cleveland, Tcnri

cees. / 11 11 10 10 45 Hatcher: was high for Terwil- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pellum and making a rapid showing.If I 1/3 Interest I; and I.ewl J. \\'
tall when II.. 410 23th St II.V.. Cleveland:
Standings ( won-lost) : Keystone legnr with 12 points and Eddie children. Glad to hear Mrs. the grass was ..
Nafl Guild Jaycuis 84 6 4 22 2-1 ; Garden 2-1; Na- Douglas with 8 paced Pellum is recovering from In- Hosted brown you may remove Dated! thin 2sth day of Orem.

tional Guard 2-1; Jaycees 0-3. Hurst's. juries received recently in an some dead "fodder"with her A. D i1IIi;:, .at Storlie Bradford wq
The tin.il f.;.ime of the evening auto accident. a lawnmower prior to County Florid 1 ,' il.'MO,
Schedule for Jan 27-Garden Terwillegar\ 15 6 6 15 21
v. as .1>1 anticipated, a 4tp 12.1..1
vs Jaycees 7 p.m. Key- Hurst Shell 090 7 22 Harold Harris son of Mr. raking.
very rsi'it, .ng game! of basket Next, give the some L
and Mrs. grass
Leon
stone vs National Guard 8:15.Bantam : :>. The 2nd game of the eve- Harris returned I
ball ,Kittono" and Garden home food and water. The experts :MVI "!'<> UIKKMi : : >>>
LeagueLa'.kethnll ning proved to be as excitingas Saturday from StVincent's '
\ i mi IIP < <>iiir. IIH \ii-
Rest III\ tnt were about as to apply about a pound
Results the firat ns Rhoden's Tex- Hospital in Jacksonville say .'''"'' fOIVM: ." KI.OIIIH lIN .f TrrT
evi -v: mil' lied as they couldbe jf actual nitrogjn 1,000 I .
per .
Canova Pharmacy openedthe aco handed Wall Agency its where he had been con- ('ll.t1'rn'.
TI.' ;.i 1.1"11 in the previous D.l'1ltaIYDlslletbnll sea- first loss of the season and by fined since the last of October square feet of starving; IIurrK. TuvlorI'liihiilff

gnmcli. .' I collected, 112 points from This mean about gl'US'1' ", ...
sonith an impressive win doing so moved into a let recovering burns received vs.
While. Koi'one: hid scored: 83; In accident pounds of an 8-8-8 '!
'over a game Andrew's team. place tie< with Wall and Tei- nn at his home. I.ui'III.Tinli.r
and thi, si ormg;' edge was He fertilizer little 3 ,
Kenn v Chitty with 10 points wlllegnr. Neither team was 1 was welcomed home over or as as I..r..n.lllllt.
offset h\ l Ki'jstone's, : rebound- the weekend pounds of 33 cent xi'i'K'.: 10 .\i'i'i\n:
with per superstrength
visits
and 'johnny Powell with 12 able to gain a big advantageover I from .
.
The Ti: I-tullle Tajlor IIDtI) S.\V.,
ing efforts. big d'ffercnoo traced Canova while I Keith the other during the first his many friends and playmates. ammonium nitrate. lOUth !Street. ;Miami., Florida
in this game was Keystone'sability : When In doubt about the:
Thomas had 5 for the losers. 3 quarters but In the final Yon an hereby. notlflrd that
to control the back Canova .6 10 8 6 30 period Rhoden's outscored Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade strength of the fertlilzor.! apply a unit for Divorce has been j
boards and their percentageat rile aitnlnKt yon In the above E .
and small amounts / <
Andrew's 2 4 7 6 19 Wall 10-2 to gain the \ictory. children were Sunday din- so you named Court and cause and "'''''f ?;vJJ

the free throw line. Garden In the second game of the Steve Tilley continued to show ner guests of Mrs. Jessie Willis won't singe the grass. To you are "it>itilred| to serve .a

connected only on 5 free morning Gem Jewelry came skill In hitting the basket and children of Hampton. prevent burn be sure to copy of voia* answer or ,plendIniy -
throws out of 14 attempts Avory Slade sprinkle the after fced- to the complaint on the1'11i1llIrr'II
\ from behind 'to defeat Koch collecting 15 points.fnck visited last glass '
while Keystone: hit 12 of 14 Wednesday in ins It. Ample water and / Attorney Hon. : ;
]Drugs 2117. Gem trailed Robinson picked up 12 for the Hampton with warm leora-e II. 1'lervi P. O Drawer
attempts. Garden hit for 20 I throughout the first half but losers. his mother Mrs W. at. Slade. weather are Important in mid.:\ Stiirke, rlnrlcln. end rile

field goals to Keystone's;: 19' ;Miss EVelyn Harris greenIng' the winter-weary the orlirlnal I In the. office of
2 22
came in strong In the 2nd half Wall Agncy 776 daughter -
the (lurk] of the "Ircnlt Court a
The biggest point advantage 1 I to notch 'the victory. Dean Rhoden's 6 8 9 10 33 of Mr. and Mrs. Winifred lawns according to turf on or before. the Mth day. ofFehruiiiv

enjoyed by either team was 8 1 j I Johns paced the winners with League standings (won- Hart, is a patient in Hope specialists with the Florida 1 lixin" : otherwise the

points, as Garden led at the': 7 point while Randall :McGee lost) : Rhoden's 2-1 ; Terwille- Haven Hospital in Jacksonville. Agricultural Extension Service all eriiiliiii, of mild. Complaint.
will he taken. aM confessed. l by
;
Mis. .
,j collected) 9 for the losers. I gar 21Yall: Agency 2-1: Robert Kasson spent \',rill,.
II the weekend in Some folks like to crew-cut Put them all together
with
J Gem 5755 211 Hurst 0.3.tirrrlul.e Tampa Thin 'iii'tlie" shell. be published. fcaJ
xtx! v,,,,, Koch 8 7 2 0 17 1 for :Monday Jan. 31 her husband where he is presently their lawn by shaving; off the IIn,'" each week for fop" conHectltlvo -

'. employed.A dead debris of the big freeze. uuekH In the UltAllFOR.D -
Hurst's Shell Rhoden's
This R.-..1, 4 Schedule. vs
.. 7 \ Longchamp Sr. Is a But; remember that scalpingis CIM'NTY; TUMMICAril.Imiiil : that's "Sunshine Service"SUNSHINE
s Friday Jam 28 Andrewsvs Texaco p.m. Terwillegar vs patient this |17th day of January .
Koch: 7 p.m Saturday, Jan. H C. Wall 8:15: p.m. in St. Vincent's Hospitalin for the Indians or the professionals lllllrl -

29 Gem vs Canova 9 a.m. Teen Time Jacksonville.Mr. so scalp with reseivation '- t'Il.utl.h9 A. \uiir.: -

Junior Bi}'" Teen Time will be held Saturday and Mrs. Tinsley moved or you might return Clerk of. the (Circuit Court

', II.Kkettmll KesultsIn evening. Jan. 29, from last week from the Hattie No. your lot to a sand bid If you By Kuulnh M. JlooilyIjcputy Clerk

7 to 11 for Jr. High lan house> to their trailer home have already made this mistake -
the league opener of the p.m. (Si.M/: ) SERVICE works for you in many helpful ways.
Junior School Students 7, 8, 9th near Mrs. Tinsley's parents then consider planting It I/JU :2/IU/
Boys League Register graders only. Richard Jockel ;Mr. and Mrs. Ben Higginbot- a new lawn. Besides all the conveniences of total electric living, Sunshine
Oil lost out to Southern Dis.
count 24.21. Both teams started is the Teen Director. Bring ham.Mr. Planting "ScheduleIf I Notli. Iii \hereby'''1 II i,1: given that Service offers the services of trained representatives, skilled in the
CharleyE. ; and ;Mrs Pete Willbanksand you want gladioli for
,, out slow and ended up fast. your friends for games Juke Men 10..1. Mill will 1 le rui'lveil. l.y efficient and economical use of electricity in the home on the
,
I Southern could muster 3 box, and just fun.MAXVILLE. children were called to Easter or Mother's\ Day, plant' tic..- Hoard, if Public Inmrucili -

only Texas over the weekend duo then by the last of this ,r liniilfiiril. fciunty. Florida farm, in business and industry..plus services,yours for the ask
in
points the entire 1st half to the death 'I !. nt. ,the nffliu of the HuperInti -
of Mr.
Wlllbanka Plant
I while Register Oil did little aaAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAaAAAA ,' month. groups of corms 'ndeni of. Public I Instruction ing! Plot, of course, 9 rate reductions in 9 yean saving Sunshine
Johns better with 6. The second half parents The community extends every two weeks! from now until i lOr liiadfiird, County I*. O liox
was a different story as the its sympathy to the warm weather and you'll'' ''.II! !Stilt, 'It*.. Florida. up to Service customers a total of more than $38 million annually! Ne

r I Willbanks family. spread out the 10'00 A.:81. < liaT) on tho 15th
flowering
I season .
boys began to find the .
range .
day of ebi limy, 1U60 for the
I I but Southern Discount found Sunday morning services at of the blossoms. Be sure i'nn..t""II"n of:

tt It earlier and more frequently By Mrs. A. C. Slade Maxville Baptist Church were to treat the corms before Addition, to I...wt..y Jr.

cancelled. Mrs. Randolph Cros- planting to prevent diseases HlKli Si hool\ T", iWtuy, Florida
about this question: to take the victory. J. Roy Phone 2894491AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4 by and Mrs. Betty Jean Pad- Treat FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
corms by shaking themin
Chasteen paced the winners ,
Aililltloo/ to Anderson Jr. HELPING BUILD FLORIDAIT'S
"Wevere mighty glad to with 12 points while David gett attended services at Mt. a paper bag containing IIi"" .Si heal. l nMiy. Florida -

hate Homeowners McKnight picked up 9 for the Zion Baptist Church. Spergon.The .
Post Office" IC'lerkApplications
your
Everyone Is invited to attend planting schedule: also Allllltlon to HlMltllHlllo F.lellH'lllary : -
Policy when our luggage, losers are now beingaccepted Si hool" Wtal. 'ke.Florlil.t ;=
a sing Friday night at include When : -
Register Oil 4 2 4 11 21 roses planted in ---= =:3I
1
camera, and sports equip So. Discount 1 2 8 13 24 at the Maxville Post Clay Hill Baptist Church at January rosebushes; will/ not ntltlth time bids shall be

ment were stolen on our ] Office accenting" to Postmaster 7:30: p.m. Quartets and sing sprout, generally until after "1"11.,1. mid read, aloud. Any
I II' | In the final game of the day Mrs. Elsie :\[. Cannon for from all bldn iccelved after tho, Hpucl-
ers around
this policy which are expected frost dangers Water
t l fled time ,und llutu will be I
includes Bradford Barber Shop edged the position of clerk In the nonce not
theft at home and to attend. roses at least per week ('..".hl",,' Lawtey Recreation Team 17 to event the clerk should
present Mrs Elbert G teen, Mrs. Albert If rainfall is short. Keep a Plan* Hpeclflcatlons/ and contrin -
away from home, cost 11. This defense have, i,
game was mostly to resign. Smith and Mrs. Dora close check t ,diicunientfi" may be examined .
for a disease call-
about 20 per cent less than as the boys playing Benefits of the post office In the offlie of Hon H.l1"'lI'lIn. .
Byrd attended funeral services ed "black spot.." At the first ; 23 IS II .
Archlteit.
the their 1st little clerk include IVY.I
separate policies? game were a sick and annual
last week in Tampa for Clyde sign of circular lesions on the I 17, ornnwe, Turk, rioildii. and
nervous and unable] to hit the leave plus four hours each .

Charley! E. Johns 'basket Bradford with Barbershop much accuracy.jumped call Saturday.for Civil This Service position Examinations will Padgett.its The sympathy community to the extends with rose leaves a mixture spray of the one plants ounce IIM 1.fllMll\lF4,la F.Y',<.knonIIUFlorida. : Doilgre Corporation" For Any Person or Persons to Engage in

Agency family of the late Mr Pad- of Captan, plus a few drop :'i. 11.1/1"\11I./ Plan Room
off to a 10-3 halftime lead t and to be held at a later
of a wetting agent, in four OalniH\llle, Florida,
131 S. Walnut St. were never threatened. Roger date in Jacksonville.The gett.Gayla and Jack Lucas Cliff gallons of water I'I..\N VX11 !SPECIFICATION'I'UlM < Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless

PHONE 961-0201 Kelly was the big gun for them I present salary being; and Michael Slade attendedthe Other flower planting 'I 1'111.11:; 1.S'l':
COS'TriAOTi
sug- A. aCN'GRAL -
barbers with It points. ;Mike paid to postal clerks is 82.191
I Macclcnny-Baldwin basket- gestions include alyssum. baby's : Upon request| and

ball game at the Baldwin breath calendula candytuft rei'<'Ipt of >30.no di posit of The Name Is RegisteredRead
rimci-nl" ('nnlrnctre'''' two
-= High School Saturday night. carnation claikla. cornflower ((2) sets of pluim und .l>.eclficatlonii .

Mr. and Mrs. Buford Hig- forget-me-not gall- for 041.Ii project

G4t ginbotham and grandchildren laidla larkspur, libelia, ne- ,will'nl1 rl.be n,forwnldcd.ncral Cuntrnitoinare exprex. This Florida

1' > Putty David
84iiDe visited Sunday afternoon scablosa sweet peas, and and. spec" 'lfl" Dons'' by

I in Mlddleburg with Mr. sweet William Bulbs that can mail as receipt soon .n i of* ponMlbleaftir hliH. to

and t tIrs.; Bud :Mosley be planted ate amaryllis caladium Ai.lilte.tn t offii.,o for" full

(WtRIe: Mrs John North and Claude calla Ivllowl a lanu- refund "It shall be unlawful for any person or persona, aa lIen.eeI ......... M.nzae
NOI.th'IKited 'ulus: and tuberoses. u. S I' -CON T \CTOHS!' ,
RiCE: ) in Jacksonville :; in business! as herein defined under fictitious
S IS NO I1AMD1CAP1I \ Saturday afternoon Vegetable gardeners \'I.:spnH| ,'te.t: For plan/ a name. herein do-
with may
Mr.nnd
and PPI Itli-tine to su b- fined!!! without and unless said fictitious nan.e shall be
Mrs. Roger North and like to see i broccoli cabbage' rontrnctomnd"i, M. etc., registered wtth thtilerk

children to celebrate the fourth Chinese cabbage head lettuce t tli,. di" poHlt ulll >I.",. Slxtl >' of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business

birthday of Mrs. North's leaf lettuce onions: garden rot l>"U.MS' ,MII|,"ijiiiiiiai. i I"t?' I If)pltiM 11n,.,, 'pl.tn)t ,pt, ,'r Is. wild; registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an tTfldaTrt

granddaughter Cheryl North. peas. Irish potatoes and spinach ,. I ,, i I1. -
in l Ii"f i 1 'in ?n- in signed by all interested
Other guests present! were :\1'. during the month. mend' I ''n' d. "",IIt1"" persons. stating under oath the names tK

and :Mrs.: Claude Waters of v1 "h". div ,.,ifi" r r''- Ul those interested in the business enterprise the extent of the la'
? n; ,, '. I i.t', ,mil, \\ lllSTOP' )
Alma Ga.Mary WOODS FIRES tend of each and the fictitious name under which said business is carried

I Kilgan, daughter of REPORTFive I I on. Said registration may not-be made until the
+ person or
:Mr.: and. Mrs. Raymond Kil persons desirinf.
on /
is confined to Baptist Memorial woods / / to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or
fires have
Hospital In Jacksonville. repotted by the Florida Forest been their Intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four

Miss Kilgan is expected to ((4)) consecutive weeks in some defined
Service in Bradford County newspaper as by law In the
return to her home county
here
WHAT KIND OF A BUY IS A BUICK week. Also in Baptist :Memorial this- since Jan. 1. with eight acres DRAFTS ; where said registration is to be made, and pall registration shall not U
bUI ned.
During the -
/I\ same period accepted by the clerk of the
Hospital is circuit
Harold Stubbs. I NT court except: upon receiving
Mrs. Hazel Grifns under- last year there were two r 'S uASTlC r.W such publication. proof s1
fires with 1.1 acres burner!
went surgery last week in
St.
Average rainfall in the
Vincent's
1 Hospital In Jack
county during the week end-

t sonville.this week to Mrs return Grlffis to her Is home expected ing with Monday the: following was 1.99 towers inches reporting If you are engaged in business under any name


: New River 190 Inches ,

I : Highland 2.40: and Santo wlrNUtow other than and have
own not had this
I"I"'I"\' : lit Illll>> 11\| Fe. 1.70. your name
.
Hf t IH' I"IH'II \''''c. So far this month the coun-
1 I Ij | < o'IUleelorlhetiI '
t ('''./ ,. \'.' Mi-nled. Illcln. will I I", ty has had an a.erage' of 3
; ,u-. ,.1'.1 by the. l lvlnlon, or in- Inches of rain. New River tower properly advertised and registered we will be

j r .tilllll.,",,. until 10:00: AM; r.T: has reported 2.70 Inches. ,
J "n date shown for ...
the
Male fiiirpliiH

JI 'ornery) property.F I t. I'lriu. Pins. mini' and Highland Fe 2.70.Pla9Ue 3.60. inches and Santa eI. glad to give you all Information

',1 ,...niplnirnHIil. necessary as to

Manufacturer'.uog..t.d ratal. prlc*,lo spate, V 61 d,.couoa "Pric, Inelud"d..OII'cl.n,Luoor led t J collar' tfaJlvary l l>lank, condition and. "p.ifh ."- I.ogir
and handling ctiara(bantporlalm\" chargoa.aecassoriM other optional ..ul........ .,tat"< sec ?ca' ties additional'' '. atloiiH /may be olitnliud' 1i
Notebook $2.50 at the what should do.BRADFORD
I fr.m" State Pur"h.I'u""III., -- you
TELEGRAPH. .
-i..11! I Division of Institution.
Now you can afford a Buick. Now you no longer need to settle for the also-rans. You'll Stilt.Office' Building, niuxliuinH 39 i

get the best possible trade-In deal. The monthly payments won't crimp the budget. .e't t Wing. Room U-31. Tul- I eeeh EASY TO INSTALL

Make this week one of the best in your life. Hop on over to your Buick dealer. It !uhiiaMe, Florida.. Hllrnett. Pf ndtntNOTICI i' Inside or Outside
I couldn't be a better time.Seeyourlocal. Ralph R SIII..rE..eutlv. : TO AITIAR: I
.. Director. To: Melvin' Oliver rturpott) Complete-72* 236" Plastic Sheet .
It You anh,'rt>h> nutiri.d the with molding and nails.
authorized Buick dealer 121OT'C'.l a suit for DH.,ino hoe I b
< .n L rnb
) S81r "*
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rSter .
: TO IIKFKM: filed 1 nominal you in t I'," ..1 I ?.. Mlerd rywh COUNTY
f r
In t malt fonrt, nrnefnrlt'ouaty named C,"nrt .,n,1 .,m,.. till( v TELEGRAPH

FlorlilAl, In ChuarerrCa you arc required to *"t s acopy Acsi. .h' "., "1;' Heoie
>.. No 13597Jo ,>f your. nnauvi. ..r i III.i < Ann rhyllli Murnett: log to the. .implalm. 'n UK, '
Plaintiff. vi. Mulvln Oliver Plaintiff Attorney Han. It.i -
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I Earl Hayner I Special Week Lovorn Announces Candidacy

Set For Lions
KEYSTONE i
Victim Of I

Gun Accident I Sight Program For School Board District 3 :

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HIGHLIGHTS Ke'-sl ii" Hl'iIhlsra: \ >I'

:] Albert Nelson has. procln.m' .
\K\rt' IVIbiMl, Hayner." nn, of : the. W"Ck of Jan 31 as "Floi. Un html T !>!<, k Inn) .1.1Illls

By Emily Thomas KcystoiuHelKlits.: / : W'HH. ai-cl- id i lInn FouiKl.itlon for th. illlllOUIIi'C,I :'.h < .1' ll'l.i,' '-
,Il'l1t1klll..t near OI.-UIKU" : Blind Week" for a seat on I fie! l"l.i\ (' > '

Phones HC'IIChl"'lh1l'"da.v., J.in. 111.! Lions' Club members( O.orne 't School Hoard'. DIMI II'' t 'I I

The -ini; he was caiiylng, !Schaeffer. Drive director' which includes( K j jIlelwhU
Day .&13..166L- 4731589Bre A-hllc ump.-i,'ling hi. cuttli- and for th. local, club advl.se-' that I ( a :"i I .1' 1\1 i -ii t ,

I fin il II'' 0'. ilisch.irKetl. as hi was local Lions' will binnliii n tor ol the i ."..i ,II l\

itii, cjusldeied bi scheduled for Feb 2 and 3,. climbing' /; over a {('//we. H>> was house-to-house' cHnva foFoundation -' When CII/I'| / i i!>"nit i iillnl
most in !I", 11 d""h.lble not found until Thursday.Mr. ,,' .
characteristic
r'ollouln eiitiin''
;* this meeting. Bridges memberships, n.1 > I, \.line i i
and for once we and Brannan. will fly to tlnyner was burn in I, writ as nellinv t the Unlit bulb hl.s rciutoivloi' d >oJ i i ',0 L
.1. 'iHim i.) be adherant: ;; New York to attend the International "'11111'0. N. Ii. on Jim. 22, 191O. kits proceeds! from) which are' orn a rcnl c,l I..lie!. '"''I .
not however, for the and had livoil. In Keynlunc for I -oclatcd .
reason Automotive Ben Ice used In the Lions Clubs' with :si\' \1 '
mv' .11 li\ mast, but because Iridustilexe Show from Feb. 9 tilt) punt. 13 years. coniuiK/ heie .slsht-saver: work.Schaeffer ...tat.4.cthat\ hiMa, ,1

.v,mi COIl espondent took a long to 11, returning home the (from Jiick.sonvillt*. He wiis .uxsoriuted siiid that cnshdonntlons I interested In ':'i..i i.,

wP'kl'ndabblltlcal., and mlsied ,econ<.i week in the month, with S. 1.:. Kennedy will also he taken schools foi' Die i" >un'un \ '
all the news while the was after a visit to several auto I in cuttle! Interests.. fiom thos. >> who would riithei I er-onoiiiiciil ba, I- ., 111"I
.gone motive lilt was. a member of Mulrose he entere'! tin- '! .
accesories facooI'les.ItE'OVERY I make a diiect Rift to tlv i o i
SHOW TIME; KOO.nE LodRe/; No. R V. & \. M., Foundation those belnu cuteUOfl.ed "lIl'cl"tI! bv lil' IM-| i I. in..

With ,il: the automobile F. I Buster) Alken I I.* tlie Kc.VHtono. Chapter :27I' Order / ncfictiiTi to tlieamount1 and expresMi'n-\ 0: ''I
manuf actui'mx home from .. ""': of KtiHtern: fit.ir; : the Cluy UI.lt1bt'I..1 nicnl throii'.hniii' i I'' .
companies J. HUH Millei ,. ; : Associate : ir < > i
liium t thei. ,nhowiius! lu July Health Center In Gainesville I !" ,;.:" County Shrine Club. MOIOCCDTemple U to $4 : Ccntrlbutinu,.. Mcmhnr. i A n.itlv (of B Un 1 i I I.. .

and Annual; one would Uuintliai testing up for .suiscry scheduled of Jacksonville, and I $'\ to SJ-4 ; SustnlnliiKMeinbiM. Invoin 1111.\1. \ f' K i ,:. i
tins time of yeur is IIQIIlI'i to be pefoi'med" shortly I tht' Comnninity Chinch of : '. *2.r) to $41); Donor : veai.s ,,ro; an xuiial> aihi,01 : f \
I II City Oiiinclliiuiil r|>.<> Laliiie. anil.,, Mis. 1'IlIr..hIC'I..1l1d.: i'liulriiiini" of \\,.. ICoystonn: HeirhtH.SuivlvinK ) I
.
mi. to. the inJu"ti.v. but Sam LaCo.ste has returned !Member S'iO' to $90!); and LIf.1l'mbel' the KlurUlu N.itli'til! 1: (; '
not ,0.1 "f lie.ir Roy Bridges I to hU home following ho.spitali I "n'.. Cluli lieiiiitUu'utiiiii |I'r..i.. ...., |>lanl u ilirrr. )' laurel. iliirinK! Arkiir I>uy < .. ...... Is hi* wldi,>w, :\ $100 or above.i i at Camp. Dl.indi.iHe/!: :: ,'

Kevtone .HI ;!hb head ut HoBiuiue > aUou at Alacliua General III..t "'rhIIlY 1.I.t..I..II.Beautilication. Janet. ; Smith one ll.ivner il.niKhtvr,of, Keystone Mm. The Ilon-s. 11I'/ole/ nil J person-. with the lank ol "i.iiiimn' I

iV, AviJCiiitiii. nul l u1pre&in'ai ":. in Gainesville. tRl'lono11'0\ of Runnv n.l.; contacted tu a.ssist In one ot the U s Aimvsi ''ti.il C >. "iIn

>'-, of his companHi > CIU'RCII SUPPER Project Launched On two ilt.'un) ,,, lilyn Uuitun\ of the three ways. outlined, to 1058 folloulii. an "i- i.metit

:mi f >r.Heattended the Fnith Presbyterian Churchill J.K-kaonvillf 1 ii.nd lliclviiBmton. -
slloI i: i ClucutiO/ Khen by: 1\ holj: Its fellowship Cupper Day By Keystone Heights Womans Club with the U.S.!' Air All donntlons me tax deduci i which piilud, Ins wile, Alil- I Armj Aii, Coin .n uino' operatii'n ;: -

Automotive. Accessories, Man- Friday night at 6:30: at the Force In Manilla : two ..1..t'.I.' ... tlble. tlrt..l. and chil( ..icn i I >m.une' I IIn I and! m <-n.ini< ioilowlni -

ul:247
Bildges. highlighted Arbor Day I I lead, cuinplliucnUnu the Wo bers of the civic 1 Otto Sen; !, both of1C. 1'n.I"'l1n.: I K u member of llnFC. j llcer Ciindldati,. School being
1110111"111< i ol'1 Kej.1 ij.C. II Newniiui leally The been Chuiles' McGlaves have ance in Keystone Ob""I'\-1: man's Club on its elfoits. for, II I' committee: Gvorite .. !H., n nd Heveji KI'lIn,1ehlld-, NEWS NOTES i ystonc lloostors Club. 11 iceluvi.ldrnl ', ('ommi-oloiii: d vvitli the rank
stone Heights. on the KO as you ,
( /: ut Hie Clav County uf (MiKl lleiiluianl '11
last Filday." civic Uenutlflcation. councilman; ancl11': n. .sf on A pi .-
Flii'i a nun .tentative of the can see elsewheie in these A cheriy laurel was planted] mayor \VUH unable to III t I' who acted HS r'> ... Fiinoi.il services were. held 1 ll> Helen. KuanlOMMl.MTY :/, [jet 1.1'" Kv-liool.s Coninilltee. unemboi 0, 1D4.: ( '

Alabama compalJ.111(1, i the, Geoiuia uno paxes.!at Kitty advises that a in front of the p.J.st: of lire Friday's. cen,'niony due Thl'l the proup for their 2 p.m. !Monday' In the Community : of the ITA. asociatimmb ( .- I Hervint:! in the Pacific Theater
I ii of
Kit the I
|jics"iitatif.si< 1 thtlattei many affairs they '
,, following a brief a.'rtrp.ss b> buMnt'ss trip behalf of Uie project. Church of Keystone "i of the ISuidrord-Clu.v ; ol Operations during 4
law Hil.ueii'j: Ui.innonl.' Bridges'will son-in-; travel attend that fche ale has soup even and had fish to and Mrs.'! John C. Bud Fre.sidfnt Folln'lnfl's.: Bhd. !. T.Nielanl I The tiee planted Heights with Dr. Albert C. t'IIIIU'II I J Jiiiud' ol ItcalUiis, and a :'.[1\-1 I World War n. he was avvai'1d -
go
to Dc' fiom of the Keystone Woman'. I foimer fiirm f.iieMirwith Arbor Day terrnionv ; .. ufllclatimr. Interment wnx Theuncial! iiiM-ini'' : oi 110.! '.011. the Pin pie Heart, li\ ,
I ''lit i the Kool King one meeting to another
Co Club. the ASCS. spoke bilrllvon I was the 16th planted Keystone Heights Cemetervinidoi Church Womenliednl cl I.) ;( Ills 11I:111.11.\: (1'\1\ "!'!' be>:atn \. combat slurs and the Philip-
neial sales meeting. inn riding regalia on a, she but. in staU-.s full even- In her address Mrs. Bird I the chuncterlstlcs of the xtono during: the past direction! of He,Witt C. Monday,,; PI,;lil pi, b 7 11,.- I I !l1..I.!) nil;' 'n I lie <'nli-icd" n I pine Liberation Medal Dunnhl.s -;: j
that i
she traced( the backvrotiud" of the i cht'I'I'loIU1'el.. Fifteen other. cherry ''' Knneral I Home.Masonic been i han'rd' Tie" annnnlli :lie 1)) .S Ainiv! ...lit11"! H.Si tenure with the Army. he :t
enjoys bit of It.e'en .
KEYSTONEDriveIn every city beautlflratton J1'o.It..t'l Mrs. Bird thanked. Mrs SuruMfDonnl have been planted bv ; rites were conduc. luncheon at Pal k ol Ilh' 1',1111I, i I'll d > II. udiina.'' lets 'r. though her wardrobe is which she said Wl11111"1"" : I I'hiiiinian cif U"1 man's club All were nt the graveside/ anil, ac will bo held Weclincla. ( >'. ,l-eij, I i if the Hlsl I Ciivalrv Hiurtlic ton aiij Oen Jonathan W iln-

Theatre u bit worked over. taken by the Woman's flub I I.some Ctimmitti, e on CliK- Improvement < on Keystone's. mnln ]Mllhenrern weie, memI ( Continued( On Next Pall' I 1111"1" i ti' .in Icried 1 Into the 1 iConui.uerl On Next Panel I
I _._ .
i of the lodge.i -
five years nso.! A leltei MiFremont TolUslAn Lawrence. Boulevard .
Tree Planting The family requested. thut.

Fri.. Snt.-Jan. 28, 29 Ceremony Held -- -'..... ,._. ,. .;-..,-. .._-........ ,... '1 ,i lieu of fluweis. con h'l b II- I \
Group Enjoys n., ; .') be made to the Com KEVSTONE HEIGHTS-MELROSE
BreakfastAt At School ;" ; 1.I 1.I 1.
Grounds Tour Of PrisonHorticulture .< ..'\.. 'j" Chinch buildiiiK: ('111<

Tiffany'swith .... I
The Keystone Heights School ... : BUSINESS DIRECTORY

Audrey Hepburn held a tree planting! ceremony .,... I District Governor .
Mnnday afternoon at 1 :30cllinnxni A uroup" of 20 uarden. enthusla.sts I Has I
In Technicolor ( !! the addition of 21'ive from Keystone HeUhtsnnrt I II ; I'',

\ o k. wnter onk. and cheriv Lake Geneva mndt a tour I Busy Schedule i AIM'MANCKS: : ATTO J.H\I': )( : Eh..trkul Sales X: Ser\ ice J
tree*, to the -school campus if. th'1 recnhouse nt HIPFlorida .

The. program was opened( by Stat Pil'-on' at Unl"ord Llom Club Distilct Gover T V Service Center KING'S Yeoman's Electrical 71
:\11,". J.inc Mc-Murtry.: ; Keylone last TlIp.tialIllwtf'cI( nnd Mrs ClUl'll'fc'Ola..r! I I.
". It. TII U:!<4.
'senior, who recited theJovee 'jv Stanlev W Cranfoid., nilpervi.ior Keyktone, Heights\ rnnln- J: ITnprletorAnthorl Service Station I II Sales & Service

This man Kilmer poem "Trees." of the hoiiuuluiruioitram I \ '. a bti.sv :schedule In the ]I' .eiJ :JlotoroUl -, 1'htlco: I I + FriHnluire' Appliances
lollimed bv :Miss Elaine Lov- nt tn! main piKnnschool. two weeks starting with I' 'Sale.s n nd Service: O USKU: ; CARS:'! M.ivfaK WiiHherd" .

can help 1111. who I euve a brief history weekend In Palm B"ncli us I Her\Ice On All' M.ik.n i O GENERAL;: REPAIRING),; Zenith :mcl, Motorola TV
of Atbor D-.iy PTA president\ The initial phase of the toui host. and hostess. with Slell..r H..nte.."
William B.iker spoke of theI'Hlue was a walk over the lnnd.smii>- .: ._, I, 01 hl'l' FlorlcU dlstilct 1.OV1'1101'1 TV It.\IIIU STKUCO: \ O KLEC'TRIC: & ACETYLENE : \ I'. (). ll.>\ Kid :MelronoIMnine

you! of the forest. to the aien' Ml I uruuiv's and a visit to the .lunle' Mi.Murlry: slur. (he KHIls: \nrlcty Show. ) Fmestrv'I and their wives, to the |!L'O1.0I TVWork I WELDINO I7.VJ37: 1IIOMK

I I und, national economy and KreenhousfS. Crawford )nfoimed :Siiliirilay; nlghl l h.v IntriHlnrliiK. Tlie l-'i,,"ir I U.'H, it |ioi : ,'UIlr.( of the international Ouuninteed TV Rentals I I O TEXACO PRODUCTS
for complete protection, you the value of the tree* to each thvi.sltors. of Hi I'. nn.l! executive committee ItKI'AIHVnnt _
used insurance; that it adaptable pi' i son", Principal Joseph B. methods and operations lI.e" Ir""I' of the Lions Clubs. | Kevxtona llelirlil. *. 47M-4B.il: 'Ii 1I < IIEJ.ltoSI41j.l31: I
to changing protectionneed Benson spoke on the Importance by the inmate stu.lents olhoiticultnre at the Pnlm Bench I \ / l'an'Jjn ?
*. That't what you with get of having! trees on theM'hnol In tin- various Variety Show Scores Hit 'owe.. Jan. 14-16. YES We Have I MELROSEAuto Net-el Shelvintr?
in every Gulf Life policy .* JAn.JO i i ---- N ?
For example grounds and all other places. A visit was mndi on Doois) eed Fixing

Adapt-A-Plan.a mortgage! policy can bo areas and ways in which they Of .special; ] Interest to thpuron "entei iHinliiy Hsvoilineiitof dry; Owen Bilker with : to the Arlington Club In RCA COLOR T-V Service I CALL:

adapted Ask to provide thIs friendly retirement Gulf" ; iclat't to us through our u.ses! ;> was the unit ('onlAln- local tal"nlA." ., l.'nturel' ixlv rout In!': a roup) of >nllVllll.! for a NI celebrntlon ht. after I (II I Yr. H"\'I, ,'" on Color! ; Kicli.ird' Jinies., I'roii.. KEYSTONE
income. of them IllK over 3.000 oiclarl: pl.inU: Satllidnv nlnlit In the, fhslunmiil folkslmcerx! with H IliPlr Charter
itlIII'NTI.KY !
Life Repreientativ about The final poitlon of the many of which were In bloom Stu.itnl- Cumuli VUI"I'ly tunes; .school \ h the McOlaves' truveled Wn hl'rN. lr>ers." Hefl'i.t-I! )l''o.mei' Cwner J I.. Motors Home Repair

program was the planting of Crawford explained thut. ill >,how nt Keystone, Hmhdcho'il Ilcniion and White, In a Cocoa Bench for a Mid- I eriilors T-V. MncclennyOeneiul & Improvement ServiceP.

a tree at the football field end school hud over 100 varietiesmany edy hillbilly: vncnl.' ( Conference of the [: Heptiirs! O. Uox 12
{of f the first win:* of classrooms of which hnd. ii-pullor: Alon' with stiiiU-nt-i. inanviHCiill.v routine; Leon HI : Lions' Clubs. held Jan AT )DISCOUNT) ( ( ,I'KK'KS Ke stone Heights. Fla. I.
by several students. growth habits or weie. Iji/.une. members and townspeople er-niiltail.Hf. / : nn eliihth !l-23 at Ramndii Inn New Sc Used Parts !> 73-17t3: :
The trees were obtained for. In took pal t In the, proararn folkilmrlnv uioup: a Abo nttendlnu the confer Wheeler Discount Phone
appearanceFollow ProductsITSKIJ :S '-
Mr. Standard Oil\ A 4ieiii-ral ('oiitrm-lor |"
r the by Baker by lo Elaine Ix>voin. from Keystone were
campus program which was' gponsoied > hv
the \lsit to the I': STOKK .
lux/ Beidler nnd AIMM.IANCi ( ..lnll/.lii C l In tinSM, \I.I.JnliH
and Richard T. Lovom as a tieenhouse. tli" tour. was led til.1! Student CouncilFeatured !. Money from! the and Mrs John :\1. I.m) .; for the <.oiiMniencef \
ITA project and weie planted hi the 1)lo'ram'l' will be used, to mid Mrs: J. W Wildt At JlI hwIIY 2l Between. .
.
.supervisorof
Jordan .
: B. .
by1. bnn- I <> t tin. Iloine4iviier.Serving '
bv olunteers from the student which WHS ably emece-'ed' bv I student lonmll treasury." Dlstilct Oovernor's Melro.se and Keystone. ; '
: e body .I.ullelclurtl.v.: : weie-: TheFour 2Br!) r persons( att"nded qiu't. Wildt won '
%'Lsttors the whool. calllnu/ television I'hI..lr... .. 175- lot Mr.'idfonl Ci inlieNI'USKItY -<
vocftl : : which cli-Hierl an lirbe of a poi table ;
I their attention to t the wel1equipped !' U's a pop uroup.Jnnle WE HAVE!: GOOD
MURRHEE classioom.s niul \ McMuilrv: with 11 eonid i $170. hCt. '
workshops whein 10 \nrntion ,' > 111"11 ,l'u" : Vnm Knluht This mjnev will be 1I Inl'll1.11: In the Cocoa meetvps AUTO If FoP J\ mGoetzman I'ssfcl', C'ar.s und Trucks! I

Insurance Agency sublects are avnilable to (he and l Hickv Flout; a vocal duet; the stud"nt. council a conducted VIP tour of Bros. At S.iviiiK( l'rl>. H O.C.Carnes Nursery
meinljer.* to InclmliiiK th
of faculty .school cnmpu Cape Kennedy.
General Insurance main prison students a Kioup
Jr.I'lione 23Mile.s
RKIJKK.MSN I ). Florahoma-
HiWHtoo.
1734310Ki FIRF CASUALTY! 1\1.\ A striking. example of architectural and their "kitchen orrlv' 1 ii'101'al..1 lects for the bneflt ,, block lionset.. control. ,center.ind Garage Ue'll (i irt U I'or 'ion : SK of Stark
>\ (iftiKc KINK AUTO-BONUS I talent shown bv nn :\ ; I.aMee. with a \ncnljultnr 'chont niul, the student "Lint dolly which movesth" I U Ue Don't. lUve It Nin-Hoiv 'Stock Thou'
> lnne Height*, rin. ,, Kovwton H igrhtM. 47.1-4784: Inmate was\ viewed by the solo: Patty Tl'lrpll with Student council !' : rocket Hnd [Kiintrv/ to the, RKI'.MIt: \VOIIK and of rianti me Fruit
I group .\ voriil .solo; Hliiwn: 1.II 11I11 lie Janle :M'Murtiy.' : pl'p : tirlnur. iM>sltion for the Apollo Vernon Buff Garage Tree to choo *rom. Nice
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I Diirln-4' the noon hour the t \lth a pantomliii'skit: : a I Rlfitv! : Float vice : moon shots. A number of'I (OTOR PoorlY PAINTIN<. Shade. Tretj. RvergreensA :
with Can-oil Warren\ meet weienls \ POHTABI WKLPIN'OM : 11)11) Keystone lUts.17t .
ronp was seated In the mainauetlto..lum. ruui. > (if "emhth 'vmderx nl those. attending tlie llwy. 1.1I.Is 'tI'" ftnits. All inront.i
wheie' Joidnn euincdv hillbilly !skit: HnvWilMiims Mi1 Helen, Ramos ] <> taken on a tnui of u I \|. IJUMI """prOllthmU't'' : 4570IJTO : HIM\, > plant anyinuc -
spoke on the pioviexs. untl expansion uuitailst Tcrrv !>. 'iilriHiice director and nuclear submailne Sunday \ MotnrttHwv ( "i-in-'Ins A azaeuiiUt .
.skit .loann I Council! sponsor, was do voif IA.JlIhtcaping.
of the I school in t the I Witt come-iv : 1I101'lIln:! \ SEUV1CK IIM
Pl\. t few years calling attention Scott with a musical exhibition t'llv spons" ir of the ThH! weekend! was Intel'nipt I Ic I ,21 KevHtonn Height' I'hoiu.. IIKI.\tlft IPACKAIK :

to the. new East Unit of of baton' proflrlencv: vocal : programHeficHlmients. d l f,)r the Mcfllnves by 11 trip Next to Drive-In, Theatre HENDERSON'S ; : STOKK:
the school) which opened I InMaich. stvllnvH: bv :Mi'''. OeoiccLnllue I weie I'I'l to Orlandn Frld.iy' : evenlnv for I In I'lioun I7.H3IOINites : (
and :Mis Robert" Hennoithein ,lUl'lnoc Inteimlsslon. of' the Orlando IClllb' | Service Center
1965. with an enrollment l celebration A Sun. 4Wtl8.1: : !! THE BLUE PINES
of BO students. lie isucd 1"1 -, 45lh Chiuter nlKht\! nt I I Ith" II Standiii-d, Oil Product -

an liuitatlou to pOI lion of the 11 roil p. K'i'iest.s|'' should Robert :Mever :Motoi' Inn I Str\ ice K0\ll SKKVK'KJohn.cm ; ,: Package Store &
SiileX
stllt.e\\ lo M. B. club is. the ol lest ,\ IIf) It
(rroup to attend UII') < iinnual A complimentary drpsetl! The Orlando Outboard ('()('KTII.. lOt'NGEOpen ;

flower show to be held in I lie I was. .seived In the otncent'ldin pervisor ol B ucutlon. Lions Club In the state. I- SaUiH, & Ser'I..eI.hlol. BAM la: P1.: Except
Club Hoiis.Ma> 1 II. 20 nu1' Stnte Pi i.nn, Box 331.: On Monday a viIt,11' Authoi'l/ecl Dealer ForClirvsler Sunla'Kntertalnnient
In:.! room following the |{ TIM'kle Iliintlnc; -
21, an event winch .fraw' I talk. I IHO..tll'ultlll'e foid. Flu mn thousand_ of amalein andprofiislonal visor descent" Beach for the olflilal nn'ii Internationiil/ Haiwstei I' tMl KKROS. ;N'BInternectlon > ; HI l H\IX
hoitlcultuiisis. Super ............... district overnor's: visit to .. Trucks\ Scuut\ 4-Whce Hwy 21-ltH

and flower lovers from the, Ctawford mid Vocational. In-.\ Ihnt club At''om.allylmIhl'lI1,. \ IJrlvB.Clayton\ I Kev,,ton.. Tlelirhts. 473-4'iO7: O'iE.II.IH.E" :

Bank After The '. tructni, llshn|> M Myrlck.were : In were :..oIl'. And Mrs OeowMBISH OFF, HHJIIWAY :?0l
well known to some RevelsChryslerPlymouth
the uroup the former' havlnn Last nivht IWehl"-1 IJSKI; ) CAIWHanks '{;.V)! Acres'' t thrt-e-foiirths)
Io't : '... 1 \ dnyl I they Joined In the!! Ocalu I -leirfcl !' -room house., out
been .iilli Clav EI'el.rlC' Co- S.illr\ ltothhlln I < : : >
'
Kr : .
th ll4ilh
celebration. of ,
t club for a (
Out -!
Go '
Lights -f2.r.tt. I OIJt'l'I\tlVI'. and the latter having l'i: ( >itiildinis! Some repair
.
.. ... CharterSnrvlce 1'0 l/oIh/ t. Used Cars
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: '.. .. year
I. resided, at Luke Oenva I, I I Ii I needed.! (;(It1 i f.irmins: :; and
NOBOIJV/ '! ,I'MIIKSI'I: :
,'''b- .... Those attendini from Keystone I (IKK: OKPAKT.Ml.NTTlie : ; and 3-T Shop Millie/ land. I.17.50: ; per acre.
.
Businessmen especially appreciate ,, r'Ji;, ;?* "" were Rev. and Mrs. J : annual mcetniu l I i should. 1 they. he, iveiled" I ('1. \VTON KIAFI.S"Hl.11 : ': .

') r. D How i n Mr and MI'''. C. W'I i department was held ,, All residents nr< ni-ied to pro1cine ) N.r.in> eOreen Buy Sell TradeHlway S.E.McKay Realtor
our all-night de .. t' Owens. Mr. and Mr.s. A O I, day. .Ian/ 18 at the I-'. ] nnd malntnln H reliable. i ,
(.. ..--- \ \ London Mr mil MM Wnlter :I Pdrlsli Hou.se[ ut ': ; uinrl fire exIliunKher If von.. | <'i, ve :Ol;|>>>rln"n "!RIlIII'l1tl !) 100 8 ml. South KETSTO.VK= :. : HEIGHTS

pository. No need to hold 'O Uahmnnn.. aiict the :MCM| imeiVeni ': j'-'eii'la' included: '\ wlih to order, one tliroilfth'':, _of Stark* Phona 473-481tt
Kl- : I I 1epnrtment.. call or write'':
Peeler. Oenev.i C'hab. run :
KEYSTONE : ofilieind dlrrcto: '
/ I'STM'HANTSBeidler's:
cash over until morning. la Oeist. Khaion FloHs.\ .1.1.V ('01 RalpliStevens.. 47ifll81, | .\ S.ilfs, & Scrict HKU'TY SIKH' :
(J'IIleh'o' : 1' Fire .
This convenience is avail RESTAURANT Van Busklrk. Ruth OicerxonHemletu ; I. nient 1 Is equipped t I II : or P O B.-ix 13"). Meho.se I KEYSTONEBEAUTY Holiday
OeljieNUtl"! flies.. Your t'xiH dues R..e. still a SPRING MOTORS
The
buildiiiii
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Homestyle Food Marshall. ]) Gallop]) .1 defiiiIIHr SHOP Restaurant
able to you too Stltchberry. I Service !I.,, on the I iiuminal 16 00 and are
In A Maude Williams. Albert. Dan : naslcalv: equipped needed to niaiiUuin ,and [ Complete HIM( \'vice ft Parts FoV ftI": h .'"h II....... o"'rPpr.nltl fuller S"WvtIP..hlp
nie Maples.: Dottle Parks, and notify and Improve our de-1 I O.IL PARRDES: :
Homelike AtmophereLuncheon t brush fires.' The tvpe O I. K SV .\ n; K: N
L C Oayt*. Payment should be | F'ln Food ModeratMv T'"rtr dOPKM
ment owned and oJ>' t partment. frc..itiv.' I !
KEYSTONE STATE BANK Special From Lake Oeneva were the Foiestry Service I I: made to Col.! Ralph Htevcaxjor / : "If It's For A Volkswagen Hill- StvlingrInilitliliiul / : 7 PAYS WKEKLTI

Height.tta.. Mr and :Mrs. T :M Finley within our' financial !, lit Perry's Sundries" We Have It" Remit v' ('ur.. li" IJImi O.rto r, Itn-llun- r.unphenx Fnrnt" -*

:Member F.D.I.C. Keystone and the Mesdame.s Fled Ellis.Qraham piocure Hnd operateTo I I All articles and notices printed I\HIV: Form! of tioaiitvOp.n / cultllt.: Serving Vlifn. Ple. .. till .MUlnlteBRER
97Dovie : Hutchison, and R. O Electric Inc. j Alwavs Plenty of Good Used
Bank In Your Friendly teport any type by Clay Co-Op Tue -Sat 95.CliNeil :
Friendly I
"Your I Mann: Sr. call 47i-: 005 mid de... I, were printed without! chanre Volkswagens; In Stock AlomlavKe.xtime 1 Block Nnrth of Red LlgrhtKKYSTONTJ

Community. Alderm.in. .Mvr. !; For Information concerning nature Our ... ( nnd we are most uratefut for fin-en; <'"ve ::0;prln 1\. 78l-'ill! )!) I HI-IK tits 17:1.: 1 K'' 1 \ : HEIGHT3KEYSTO
the tour. available" to any notify the atnte r Continued On Next Panel










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at the JSustern Star chapter e -,--.-- -
I adults for the! past two years.' P. Hollls Dr. C. R, Hook, Col.

NEWS NOTES meeting; on Jan. 18. "" Io/" The men are clean-cut and E. E. Klrkpatrlck. Col. Qeor- '
Worthy Matron Edythe
"'-.' I articulate. They do not In any 7e* Gibbs Mr. T. E. Spencer
Nicholson who has beenwas 111
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j way fit the popular sterotyp-id DUPLICATE BRIDGE I
assisted )by Worthy Matron -
i From Proceeding: Pngi) Marjorle Perry of r ,: : Idea of a convict. 1st place-Mrs, Poland Jin J- I

They were! Identified. by an. Mis.! Paul J(>hn on. Tieioi : L
iti 12'30 p. m.. with a Gainesville Chapter 44. Among II L
iker from the Inner Mis- (the honored guests: was OrandTreasurer I Ii ; Irst nam?/ (only.. 2nd'pf.a..p.M( 'J 113' Bfcnpr. \
l ii
\ The flist speaker Thursday: MI'''. BUI( I<:romel'. mid Mr*
01, the Sudan. Retervaiinn i Mary Laura John-I ,
'I i
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'Bill." mlddlewed maifram Mary II> Hilly
\ \vaa a Coak. MUs :t >
with Mrs.iimn in of Gainesville who
may be made an- f. 1 i: -
I ; R coal mlnlnir town in 4th place-Mrs. Frnnrl PvleKlfA
FO't., not Ut r than 11 iiniced that Sitter Nichol- .
I IGrand Kentucky. : Bessie!: Ruth .i't.ii..d.
will be her _
<.11 :-U -> II escort at the __
: "A a tsenaer," hi sold "I PER SONAL4! ___
cht&Iie& < of this aten are Chapter.Following |
I b'llfan to drlnlt besr. It mad: : Mr. rtnd ,Mr- Erne.st, C nw-
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nuking/! plans for the ChwlnMlsslonaiy the moetlntr. asocial i .I me feel ten feet'tall.. At 10 I fo''d's giitnts for the weekendwas
Assemblies to i hour and refreshments ,
', took first d'1lnk" of whiskey their daughter. Mv and _
my
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ix held in Gainesville, Feb. were enjoyed in the banquet ..' I -
_
4 and I bee-nine tltrfr.: Mis. Luke Wlln anl Danny = '
hall i
10-11 The opening session! with Mrs. Ruby Reed, _
\ : Bill said he .wanted. to be ;3f Gainesvlll _
,Ail) be a civic luncheon at 12 chairman of hostesses, assisted : _
,,10011) Feb. 10. at Holiday! Inn. by Mrs. Martha Tyre, Mrs.Martha ph oiith because as If. bay: he was tuna DeVancln of F3O'vii" ; ..J _____________________ _ _
"I"t.
,)Icked on by larger schl- ) hOnhe tills weekend '
information the Beam and Mrs. Lillian
Complete" mflt? and began to feel Infer ln: h<-i' parents.' Mr and Mr,II.O'OI1 .. -' ..

pioui-um Mrs David may be Nelson.obtained 473- Illnesses Kina reported were that i I ior. ipe DeValencia.Jlunyon .
irom
.4. !X After coinlnt: to Florida, Kelly went to Fall*)\ ,
of ;
4119 or Mrs. Win. Warren Buster Alken. who Is a patient 4. ,
\
aV :
Bill Joined Alcoholics Anonym Chilr h. Va. last we?k for c.
,i-imrrh secretary! 473-4-183. in the University Medical' 'v
ii 1 uq'nnd stepped: drlnklnt vL'lt with St.; Pat and Dolly _
Center and
Mrs. Sr..
The Men's Club supper as King
; : \ por( three yeal'S-but eventual-( Ann 0115. umioinu'ed last week for Jan. mother-in-law of Lillian King/ Itulfonl. HiM-iirHj officer, il.V.. :Meaerve. v staj-ted 1 again. "Three years few days. Melanie, Kelly's'franddBu'fhter. -
24. has\ been postponed. No who suffered a broken' hip HrmtldpntVlllluiii. linker chat with tin four. |>rlH.>:.i luiuitte bully
lie! said, "another accompanied
new date has been set atpie.sent and Is a patient In a Jack- Hpeakers. at Clip I Kcy"t sonville hospital. Mrs. Jose-
I viy own wife testified against guest for "everal, weeks. 4
phine Reed Is also on the sick
Sunday School teachers Prison Inmates Warn Others Mr. and Mrs. Dilbert Heed'guest *

n.'lrt). !iiiolr} monthly' meeting list.Final me."My children remember met this week will be Mr.Reed's

.T, i 26. meeting: of the chap- By Telling Their Life '''1 i a drunken bum. stumbllna mother Mrs. Sebre- -
ter StoryA
will
r i Men's Prayr F'Ilowt.j year be held Feb. 1, through: .the house. They remember Brennan of Valdosta Qa. .\L left :: Krytttnnn. bl ,'k.. Mil uttt-iuptitl, Held'g...ul by On>rii\llle.. .%t rights: (..1'.1.
with a of committeesand
report
meettonirht! ; I 'rhur.- mehlUlng theirmother Mrs. Nell Roundtiee'- vlllc plujcr rfiulifs. I In t tak.. his. rrboinul, ,,,11.\0
(1 i., CHAPTER
i Mcmorl.inv, : : PuiiTa' The Jan. 27 Game-Fun Day eration Teenager" was presented mistake from taking the face," the convict said. Hatch and son of Fort Myers Indians Bow vllle. 60-51. on January 8. Indians, Face
to the Keyston same road. the rand of least
this with led
with Nobles 22: points
.
i' icewi'r > held; r.t thC He ended his story last week. lIerdoughte'l'
visited her
was held in St. Anne's parish Heights PTA by four guest resistance. which leads to
: )immunity/ Chuscli for Far bit of advice: "There's! a lot EWe. and the Greenville scoring I last I
house. Plans will Mri.! Gray Greenville/
be made fOI'the speakers lust Thursday night. prison or to the execution i Melrose/ There
U Hayner. whose accidental Feb. ot wood in thU" world but the (bon of Jacksonville are vlsitIne FrIday nl ht. Floyd was second
10
covered dish
. ili-nth occurred Jan. 19. He The four were all! Inmatesof chamber.The most (nflanomflble piece is with 14 points
on luncheon meeting at the Community her this week Mrs. Gray In 65-63 Loss I
wu.- an officei in thj Keystone the Flo)'Ida State Prison. program is aimed at that chip on your shoulder." and'on! Just got back from a Indian Gary Coopel'Va* Saturday
Church when the
litht, !> Chapter of OES and! board of directors meets at 2 Their program Is oriented toward the teenager because It Is The second speaker.. Crests vHt with her daughter In San 65-63 to\ta\ final perlol attack.I the high: sjrer: of the gam- ,

erved in this capo!city on p. in. on Feb. 3. :young: people. It U nota during this period of life that wfcs the younwest of the four. Diego Calif. Another daughter. 'II Kith 26 points. Stefan Brokns I The Keystone Indian cage

J.m 18. His passing will be ,Missionary work for AARP program of advice. As one the attitudes, habits and ambitions He di n't like beino! : ailed Mrs. Philip Lutz and children The Keystone Indian fell followed with 19. B.: :>kas ala. opponent Saturday nlyht l.s

!eeply felt for a long time. I members hol' been well done ot the convict put it. "We'reshort of "chicken" by the crowd he of Rhode Island will be I by Greenville last Friday nUhtin ; I picked off 19 rebounds Thlen arch rival Melrone. The came

Community Church and mem- by Mis. Mabel Godwin and on axilvce." an adult lifetimeare I used! to run around! with. He visiting,: Mrs. Roundtree and 1\ a suwannee Valley C:>nfer-II had eiaht. Thi-s. Brokas.& an.l.! wjlt be played in the Melrose

oei-9! of the DES extend sym- Mrs. Lotta Wadsworth In the Purpose of the program and formed Should a young::' wanted to conform to b" Mrs. Gray for several months 'ence game at Melrose Gym. I Moon each hn I four fouls In

oathy and prayers for the Hawthorne area. The follow- of the Inmates who presentit pelson be starting on the accepted! bv the other )boy*. while Mr. Lutz will be on u The Indians were ahead 41- the hard fouahU sweatsoakedgame. gym.The. Indians dropped their

omfort of Janet Hayner and ing new members have been is to tell honestly and simply wrong course, the four Inmates ThK led to Ktealin-x several !seven! months tour Mediter 36 at the half and. continued last !game, played against

umlly, enrolled: Mr. and Mrs. LewisM. sometimes with personal offer themselves as living mm. eventual arrest 'and a ranean. to.. IUd with a two point mnr- Friday's nl ht's win bv Greenville FiJJay:! hlht, II1vIn" I

ASTERS: STAR Watson. ;Mr. and pain at the telling. the honest proof of what ultimately sentence to the boys Industrial Mrs. James Price entered '
I lie, at the end of that school at M l'a.nnll.! Nobles and Floyd led victoiy! of tile season.
Grand Instructor Marian Freeman\ KIt'fer. Mr. and Mrs'j I story of their lives. They course.They ; the Alaehua General Hospital also lost their ,Jest 'outing
hAve been speaking to "I u-j'd tp blame! my home Greenville's victory attack I The Ind! ,ns gave it a ?oo.ll'iht. .
Fluhr of against cedar Key last week-
District 8 hon- ration.
was L. A. Richardson and Mr. do this in the hope of deter- I I lust, Monday for an ojyf
groups of young- people on the life and other people! for my which caught the Indians off ,
wed end. have
with a unique courtesy and Mi's. Harold Parry She 1 Is getting along fine She They now a 1-8 record -
ring some youth In the audi Junior blah level as well as to trouble." he says "but now I I li expected: to come home on guard\and found them unable I KEY3TONE Cooper 12- so far this season. Melrose -

:T-- know I alone am tt/ t blame. I dny this week. to counter Greenville's p.ns- 2-26: M. Bi-okas. 1-0-2; S lost to Cedar Key 89-49.-

Sid. the third w-nker 'insr: offense.A < Btokas.: 8-3-12; Thles 2-0-4. The Mustang. statistics from

started stealing: very young Mrs. O. B. Ingram and sortRichard goal-tending call againstthe t Moon. 4-0-8: Trle-st 2-0-4 that game Indicate how' the.
of Barv.ick. I
: AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY first from store counters and Oa.Lee'visited Ingrain her sisters. Indian* gave Greenville I Osteen. 0-0-0; TOTALS. 20-9- olav went:

glove compartments of parked Mlseii Attic and Anna Lee last their winning point margin.Friday's !( 63. I Kiik, 5-1-11: Matchett., 1-1-

:: car*. Then he graduated to Mr. and Mrs. Manuel night's win 'uy \ GREENVILLE Andrew 1: Tomllnson.( 11-1-23: Downs.
Sunday
bigger things! ran away I Lulz of Thoma vl1le. Ga. vls- Grenvllle balanced the scn.es: 3-4-10; Floyd 6-1-13: MHarsue. ,' 3-2-8 OllriP. 1-0-2; Moore.

from home and lived by .ret- and Anna between Keystone and the i-0-10: Hutto 3-2-8 0-2-2.) TOTALS. 21749.'
Attie -
Air, Conditionlng-Heating \1 VHTO SALVAGE I FARM! fH1J1: ':\IENT10YEUH, : Unix people to tniit him. then lied Lee their last aunts Sunday.CHURCH Pirates.. The Indians won an I Nobles 8-6-22: TOTALS 2li- pn Friday night the Indians

II I- I' stealing from them and moving I earlier name against Gseen-: 13-65. play Bianford. tneie." Branford -

RUSS PIKER Paul's Auto Salvage I i Santa Fe Tractor, I Long Distance Moving on. Faith Pie NEWS byterlan Church --- I won its last (tame against,
committed e
Authorized Alrtejnp I Local Drayage Eventually. he [the bulletin board as well as' Bell. 72-62. and:! has a 10-1 le-
HusbandWifeTeams
We Buy Wrecked Cat At I Inc. robbery In another! state and Fellowship Dinner will be held
Heating; & Air Conditioning; Storage Packing Crating th.' schedule of the Jackson-i cord for the season.
1281 at 6:30 m.
before his next Friday p.
shot two policemen!
I Presented
SHEET METAL TOP PRICES Shipping Danny Johnston with 23
FORDFarm FREE ESTIMATES capture. The officer: did not Mrs Ernest H. Bartlett and \ille Amateur Golf Association -'
CALLHILL'S points. Johnny Flssell with 20.
Residential ComraerrlalImliiHtrlal All Mke & Model teed: Tractors & die and Sid received concurrent Mrs. Fred Abell wll be In Golf Trophies with which the Keystone! and Ken Miller with 19

Part Implements \ MOVING terms totaling 32 years. charge of the dinner.! Mr. and 'noup is affiliated I
Ford Industrial points led the scoring for
Machinery & "If you don't like the Idea !Mrs. Carl Florer will presenta Silver engraved trophies Women's, Gulf News!
StorageInc. Bran ford.
Sa"lnt"a.lolt-l" S I"n'l..e Teletype Ser"I.'e Will LANDROVKR: 4 Wheel Drive \ ofa convict telling you whatto program on New Guinea.Mr. were presented to four husband I Women's play la.t Thursdajnas !

2702 N.E. 19th Dr. Find Any Part For To.. SALES PARTS, SERVICE: I| 3.MO: N.E. Wnlilo R l.Gainesville l. 'expect if you don't live\ and Mrs. Florer reside in and wife teams SunHavin po-itponrd: due to ruin ford A quick statistics look dives at the Bran-
: a pretty
372-4271 !
O.iinesvllle 372.0714 Galne.TUl 376-4M 1 straight that's fine" say Campvillc. the annual Husband and:! Theregular chedule will be good Idea how
4488 N.W. Sixth Gainesville '' they played
441 N. Pont St.ck Tan! MUSIC Sid. "When you' get' to Ralfor The Ma.ble Pearsall Circle Wife Two-ball Tournament. resumed' today Thui'sdayl.Keystone against Bell:

AUTO SAT.ES&SEUVICE Phone 376-2548 \, you can look u. up and we'll will meet at the home of Mrs Low gross winners were : WOA members Johnston. 9-5-23 McCall.

Automatic show you around." Ralph Griffin In Keystone and Mrs. Alex Brokas. ltlr'l Vesta Aiken Mary Brokas ;

Motors Transmission LIPHAM MUSICCo. Larry the last went to col- Helphts. Program leader if hot a 44: with Mr. and \ and Fileda: Wymen participated 0-0-0; Kilpatrlc-k. 0-1.1:

Barkley Inc. City Automatic ARDEN SUPPLIES Inc. It"II'eon' a basketball; scholarship / Mrs. John Ros*. The !sriwip Dutch Hennles shootln 41 In the fax NAS Pio- Ware, 0-1-1 : Flssell. 8-4-10:

and soon found out he will continue the study "LlvIng' to win place second.: Low net ludy touinnmelt on Jan. 17nor.I'ltotsn :Miller. 7-5-19: Sohofield. 1-0-

.. FIAT TRIUMPH Transmission, Inc. Johnson & Paris, Inc. PIANOS VAL- OIJO.\NS-DRITMS LIPHAM! was not as much a big wheelon Reliantly," a study of the I winners! were :Mr. and Mrs R'I : ) 2; Chancy 3-0-ii; TOTALS,

the he had been 33 with Mr. 28-16-73.
compos as 23rd Psalm.A L. Walker with :

VOLVOWe HILLMAN A SUNBEAMS I Repair. & TCxrhungrAlt ; Complete Une of Guitars SHEET and MUSIC Amplifier In high school. His attemptsat Sub-District Workshop on and Mrs. Al Watson cardlni the The NorllCent"ll initial uet-tosethcr! ; FIooI'ldttNine o;

Makes and Model"TRt"CKS S EEflSPLAJTSFERTILIZ1tS: convincing/ his fellow students Education. Evangelism andStewardship 37 for runnerup.
Spcctmllx. In taii.svlIIe|]| > /Shopping! Ontrr Hole] O'tlfaroimd: Assoo
of hU importance: eventually will be held Winners in the side tourney tot
CARS
& ,
tattoo will 1
372-3353 ;n.-t underway: on
BALES ft SERVICJK!: I S
Factory: Tr.lned Mechanic Dyanometer Pre-Tested In.ectleldes-pet SuppM aWe led to expulsion. Tue Rent fertilizer After marrylntf!, he! went Into First Methodist Church in were Mrs. J. D.
Spreader spouses
WORK fJU.AR.tNTEKH Office Equipment Country Club.] O.-al.i" The
11* CLEAN' USED CARS '- the !jiervlce station business Gainesville. Pastors Lay derson and Earl Voyles, '
224 N.W. 8th Ave Hen-// sl-nup/ lIt for ths! event leP'isted 'Clr666ARE
Ztl N. MAIN Hl'DOET PLAN PHONE 372-0471 Hancock Office but continued to drink and Leaders.': Church School gross, of 4'l?: and Mrs. : I on the bulletin boaidnt :
1409 S. ;Main finally started: bootlegging.\
I Supts., Chairman of Off Bi. Powell. Starke. and ( the clubhouse There willbe
O.lne.411. 372-4371 011.I..111.. 312-3196 1 Gainesville. Fit EQUIPM: EN'TSmIthCoronaAuthort.e When hit" business went bad. President WSCS Chairmanand Porch. low net of 30 V: 'r nine holes of play followed

JEEP Deal* he blamed his wife. 't justcouldn't Members of the Commissions I Approximately 40 persons! I>v lunch The' Association v Rio' '

LADIES: WEAK ajmlt: that I was on Education, Membership In the I
Beauty participated tourney recently organized
r.m&1 of 4 Wheel Drl. Academy Cia rr-Victor-ToUlU \\ron/l'/ ," he /said "If failurewas and Evangelism and I bv severat.'lubs : TERMITES
1 I Adding Marhlnea. I lund covered dish supper which in the north: central
Calcu"t.GrI ) mv business how well I
p RAMBLER: POWELL'S SALB6 Stewardship and Finance followed at the club Quests! ;,ioitloii of the state. DESTROYINGYOUR
-SFRVICERSNTAL) *
have
I succeeded.
Cherry'sGuIneavUle'a .
Aeon-lea's Finest Economy! C)a'- AVE T1MK: -discus* jour r* H. W. Meserve. the security should attend. Reserve this \who entere.l the meet were Two representatives of the
Beauty Academy date. :Mr\ and Mrs I3el't Chrl tf-! HOME?
Bake ad. Serrlce Moot quIrriiKnl.* with .. Mr,'. officer who accompanied the fCF Oolfaround! group! Mary'
FashlonaW.

Ridgway Motor Co. Learn a Profession In Your Address For Ladle I' 128 N. Main_"...St....... "IOU OalnesvinI four men to Keystone made. Lovorn Announces :Mr fers. and Jr. :Mrs of\. Tal'.aha.'see Weldon.'!! guests and Ocala Crom,and will Marvel attend Corsisllu the !!Feb, at FREE

Spare Time. Full or Part TimeJAV Jt clear in his opening remarks 3
of the J. B Chesln tol1 .
!
DRESSESSU1TS..goAT5MITERNITT : that the luncheon meeting of th- INSPECTION
inmates: recel.'e no Candidacy For
1133; f. MainG.Jnqflje & .EVENING CLASSES' PAINT & CLASS ,ANNUAL: : EVENT: Keystone!! WGA. to explain; th
pay promises or deals/ for
Low WEAEACCESSOstIES School Board The tournament was one of charter of the
S72-S43I Tuition Terms speaking; and that their nroup and the

I Liddell Paint stories have not been editedor two annual events scheduledfor procedure of participating M&M,

B & G Motors Co.'tADlLIAcOLDSMOBU.E. 219 N.W. 10th Ave. 7 W changed In any way. (ICont. from preceedlnjr Pare: ) ,, the first two months of clubs The meeting\ will be heldat a

Galneitt. .. S7H-' 7aUI University Gainesville I Glass Co. Meserve said that during the the new year The next annual the home of !Mrs. Ty Qar- '
wriyht. He wounded In
: was I' tournament Gcorfe Wash- her 539 E. 965
Can
I 'II I a 964-
I KYANIZK year beginning July 1, 1963 Salpan by a grenade thrown ,
FAINTS
BALES A! SERVICE MOIULE and ending June 30. 1964. liwton Silver 'fror>hv Tournament -
HOMES by a Japanese "with a good
CHAIN SAWS
.
Glass Mirror .
I SUdln 0 *r will he held In February -
3128 1 ,
person convicted of "
Fli-e Selection of Used Cars Tub Enclosures 8b.w. were throwing arm. I on a date to be announced.
Taken On c.dillac Trade A. & J. Saw MUSTANGMobile I| Door Wlndvn Awal&g felonies and sent" to prison In Following hIs retirement he GLASS That'' Our Business
1 Florida. Of this number, 46.7 was' air traffic controller at ,
Carpet WallpADer aaet- I' All events for the month at
lOll N. W. 13th. Bl 441PUO.NE & Mower Co. Homes, Inc. II front Conxnltallon. per cent were between the Imeson Airport In Jackson

Joe Anderson, 1>11'1'. lie NW auteentn at.OAIKESVTLLE ages. of 16 and 25. vllle. and he has been a real the local club are posted on "If lee Glass; We Have It"
.
376-73U New :Moon- Pacemaker [ '.
-_ : !: 373-MH It is In an attempt' to reach estate! salesman In Keystone CALL WRITE or VISIT
Hornet]te Chain Saws
,. SkylineRiviera the youths of this state to since 1962.Lovorn I Monday 7:30: p. m. FOR ANY
Pinna Performance SALES SERVICE!: PLATING show them by example what has no announced

,. CapellaCavalier Invariably lies at the end of ,opponents to date for the -lnterdemonlnationalCommunity ; We Design Modern' Store Fronta
Repairs & Harts All) Makes
Ocala Chrome that wrong road. that these' post which Is currently being Church Dr Just
SAAB Down payment as low as $100 :: Man] Us! A Pattern For
Gravely. Tractor Sale. four men are speaking.It held by A. E. (Bud! Anthony A. C. Hu c. minister: Mrs I Table

SALES AND SERVICE 'Jti Ser Ira 14820 N.W. 13th St.-441 North Plating, Inc. is impossible for anyoneto who has not yet announced George Canova organist TopsSHEA'S

Gainesville 378-1346 Copper Nickel. Chromium: hear thesemen! telling of Ills Intention", regarding the Sunday School. 9:30: ) a m

CLEAN USED! CARS 2022 N.E.Phone Blvd.372-3518 OnlnetTllle! Cadmium Metal Finishing ;their lives and not be Impress race. There is speculation) ) that Corning, Worship. 11 fc. m II GLASS CO.NOT

3031S.: MaIn Gainesville Jut Off WnlrfnCONCRETE Road I\IotorcycIesScootern3treit's Custom Bufflnc ed. As one of the Inmates put he will seek reelection also; ;(NureerT open both hours, .

{ ANTIQUE C1.E"lIro'lNOSn.VER It Thursday night at the be- ,that Keystone city councilman ( INC.)

Phone 378-2136 j BRASS. COrMMI ginning of the program William Beam Is considering -Epl co*>al : 1313 N.W.4th PI. Gainesville! Fla.
Phone
Bicycle] Shop j I Industrial Hud ChrontI "think about your lives a& you losing his hat in the ring, as St. Anne's Rev. W. W '. FR2-4353

P.RODUCT8I I HONDA MOTORCYCLES I I53 NE lad AT*.. OuUa listen to ours." ,well as newly elected councilman Worstall. vicar; B. O. Copeland ]-

Tropical Pontiac, INSIST THAT ALL TOOT uvhjuan 'A r.o.* Sae.I.s.IuctlBSAZundapp. .. [ Dial .t.-.SltI George LaRue. I organist ,f -
Morning Prayer ari Sermon

Inc. CONCRETE PRODUCTS I I suNS; 2nd and 4th Sundays WE HAVE THE GENUINE I
ARE THE: REST! FRtv ., Motorcycles-Ska & BtrvtoSCHWINN
I MELRO'SEFrom 9::30 a. m. (nursery' open1 1

TRUCK OMC 0! NTJIIIirONTIAO : Edwards BICYCUES WILLIAMSNeon Church Service Holy Eucharist and sermon i l ALsri NG Qua/fly?

BuildincrSupply Locksmith &: yf Wed let and 3rd Sundays 9:30: A Jr WINDOW 1 I MATERIALS

115 W. I'nhrcNitr. Av.. Signs Inc. ? & ::
Inc. ( M. t nursery open]. ChurJ:
) .
precedingthis
220 N W. 8th An. O&IDeaY111' 0.1"; ,........ .s's.,6)MOTORCYCLES i "Sign I'p With Wlllliun." 41CCa -llgpuat School. 9:30: A. M. "Huiy Eucharist FLEXOGLASSGLASSONET
I must Baptist. Rev J. D .
nt 8. 1\1aIn-37-U' I PLASTIC-NEON SKINSSalesSemy1ce.Maint.nane substantial help 8 a. m. each Sunday." r
J'3-9SM Bowen ptcc: Ralph cope- .
OAINBSVTLLE. ; i !. The North Florida Tele- land. organist.Worship Evening Prayer, 7:30: P. M.' :....'-,_...- '
FLA Krectlona-Alterations phone Co. his installed an each Sunday. EYC. 6:;?' P. M _
I
CRANELlS'OI.N'IERCtay THECYCLE "Your Design or Ours" extension of Ute Fire Depart- services : Sunday each Sunday.

: 2720 N.E. 20th It a. m., 7:30: p. m. Imsrserr
ELECTRIC MOTORS SHOP Way ment number 475-2005 Into Daily offices of Morning
: I Gainesville nn1. Wednesdav. 7::30 p. m t'WYROGLASSGREENGLASS
the homes of President Henry and Evening Prayer. 8:00: A

Authorized Sales k Service ELECTRIC NORTON BULTACO Days 372-6006 Nltea 3T6-M8 : Williams. Rev. Jean Chance SiimUy 80100 9:45: a. m M. and 8:00: P. M.

Bl)6() E. University Gainesville DUCATI BRIDGESTONEM and Rudolph Dumpier. f nursery: open1. Training: Un. t
Phone I Motor Repair Co. I'TILES & PAINT lon, 5:30: p. m. (nursery openl' Presbyterian I
372-4231: Officers: _
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Of Oarln vllle.! InC!. 0 TOR C Y ((0 L K S Faith Presbyterian Church
Crane's Tenney'Tile & P irtt O. WUlIams: vice. Pres. Ed- -Cat".lIe! -Rev. J. R. Neale Jr.. minister '
Imports !Service A ward Lonjnecker
RepairingRewindingNew : Complete I'artn ; Secretary- at. WilManM Fr. Thomas l ; Mrs. Carl Swisher BUB- ,A. DFUX-O-PANE
New & Used in I JOHNS-MANVILLE TILE O n. P:. F. Kromer Jr.. Treasurer \0 "
Volvo Mercedes-Benz and Used i machines stork Kelly, priest In dtarae; Mrs: mar organist: Richard Scftnt-
) Easy/ Financing: Terms Vinyl Vinyl Anbeiitod-Asphalt Cal Ralph Stevens; Fire E. A. Lunm. organist. berget violinist. .wapi. SISN.S.. Os TWI Iel MIAMi/ JAVliCAcg.'' .Wa.NrIt'

F1AT-HILLMAN WORK GUARANTEED Available Floor FinIshing. ProdurtoFloor Chief-Mr. J, Williams; Asat. Masses: SUnday 9:19
: a. m Sunday School. 9:43: .. m

2201 N. Main Gainesville. 1030'S.. Main Oalnetvlll\ 3t4 N.W 8tht>. I 2222 Machine N.W.-6th Gym' St.GaIne Finish. Chief Jean- Rudolph Dampier lot;. 9 to 5:30: p. m tacit Sat- Morning Worship i 11 a m BUILDERS HARDWARE' SUPPLY

Phone 372-4373 Pion 372-8318 QainvavUl 378-3660 1 vtU Rev. Chance Mr.' ,V. 'Y. urday.v'. Sunday: [Nursery open both!
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.yyvvyvVVVyVvVVvVv'r '/Jr'I' ,,, Bustor Hines and I -
Kiicsts of Miss' Conklln t:.
mo- Harley and Randy. I
BrUt rvui.'.' Sunday of pneumonia.. ,ilirl :Ml, I.,'"Sliinii; (ot (:JlcunCm. ? Highland test l I ,, I l" >I. '
guests mother. Mr I Billie KilJ.iy VOTIOK: Of IVrnVI'lOV" TOM HI'uk. mill-' i n
May Wood Scott
= i 11 hiJ> J T Bass family of Jacksonville I Mr and Mrs., Rudolph [)c''atel's ,' .-', IlIg,; i Mrs Luller WhitHcld of !': ; M'riH: i-'iri allot M \.\\110:, crRII'"d III I."... ". -; ." I
BROOKER{ Mosher and family MiSSMos1er visited his mother Mrs. Ray \\ hove been Thuic. I I".d. c ... ( I I' i''' K .'"'"' '
lu-pumtiitt, iiiit\ '
Mis Betty Williw and child ; J licini i t'l.iv Hill at- Cocoa visited Mr. und Mrs !N.t: Ice I Is I... I"'Is', 1t'J\'n, I IhNI
I ic-n and Mrs Ernestine Duke and five children returned Hosier and Mr. Rosier several the ouside of their I', .mu' I IcMiclliig 1 thf fttiu't, :ai of| C1.vIt.l'acJK..tt j Robert Carter Sunday. t tie ii fldei'si"g ned I. iimlt-i t lh<- |p1'..>- IllKllUlO. : '-HI 1. ." "ll,

A By Rrtty ICabnn here with them to days last week and on Monday home on the main .street, MMlllllH ,)f Chllllc-l| ;,m.1, I UlWKof I'l.l
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.ind children ;Mrs.Hardy ,
visited Mrs. KtheRUSH Those from Clay Hill whj Joint I 0 "K. lli'|1' mil M i '' I
spend a few ''iay.s.: he left far Great Lakes 111. ti'lui-IUu. A.-IB .r lull will
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYItlrthiln.v Tuesday Then Mrs. Russ changing: the color from wiiile PucJelt..11';; \ IInd.11's.: attended Mrs. Lellar Brown's r-irlHt wltli I ih.. (lerk of th. Kt""l, 4Tll 1'"". "-1'' 'I.iVllln i, I ,,:
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hollo- whole he will his. ,.
begin four to Kill., mill- n 0 I''I l *
gray.Mr.
? PartyMr. was weekend guest of the Lloyd Wilkinson Wilbur Pad- funeral were Mr. and Mrs Circuit Couit I In und for I liru.lIdicJ -
Dukes way had as guests Sunday yc'iiiH training with the U. S. and Mrs.\ Steve .Tan-ell, gutt, Grace I ('..uIIIY. KlorljH. 11)1011) ,r<*- lllUi-it tlli- I'1'' I' .1' IV ,
I and, :Mrs. I Karl: Green I in GaInesville. altel noon.. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Navy. and baby moved, I Lang Charles Frank Carter, Mr. and Mrs. ,'ell"| i .r i"Ki...r ill' "p,""".'1111.."* lllll' i'r, \.O I I'11,1';,', .H I ,-l, ,ii,' 1 I"I I Irt'l "
ltol1U1'pd1I\ : 1 1\ with a parly al I their Lake returned home after havin Heights. i Is the apartment at the oldChastnin's I urd Motley nnd family from DIll Padgett. I .if '1'111' I-'un, 1 SI"'I| llnllci, I '*U 1 II II I/J7:
Mrs. W. E. Oliver of Jacksonville spending the weekend wither
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Winoto! home List Thursdaynight. spent some time with relatives dec-pest( ym1 -
M"l, in Mississippi. is convalescing at the pin'cuts Mr. and ,ia's. Hai Ave.. to Mrs.: [ Chastnlu's house, I 1 patliy Roes out to the flllll"' -- -.-. -
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it'll friends helped I celebrate her Mrs, L. J. Crawford and home of her parents Mr. and per' in iJeluncl. farther eiut on tho same i especially to the Richard I II u u um. ;=;- =.
Mrs. F. O. Conner Visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. WThoiaus I
'Mil : after a .
10th birthday with hot dogs :Mrs. Lula Mae. Carroll have street.Mrs. I Laugs.I ]
I 1.11 I itiiil all the things that go been spending Home time i In stay in the hospital.Mrs. and thildien, on Sntur Elizabeth!: McKlroy i I I Mr. nnd :\".". Eilw, "irrl noil i i

C with them. The young people Jacksonville with their son Charity Olis-son of :MP- day evening were :Mr. and moved last week to Galneuville land family of J.u-ksom. I lie JACKSONVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTOR!

11,11, enjoyed playing games ando and brother. respectively who Rae with is her spendin.7: some time Mis.\ Walloy Koby of llampton. from her trailer, at's.\ ,: visited/ Mrs.( Bell's pacntsIi', '

: d.mrlng( to records on the was in an automobile accident daughters Mrs Katie Saxon's farm/ near I I und Mrs.( Kverett: ManningHunilny '
Grady Bishop and Mrs. Ernest ,lr. and :III'". J. H. (Jim
Hampton ;
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and I : afternoon.
jul<<'hox. Later in the evening quite seriously injured. I -
I 10vll. Harris because of illness. We mle) Moore of Wildwood Mr. and Mrs.[ James Jlr.
Yours GI'ccnI and :Mrs. L.R.
the and children
boys departed II nd thegiil truly I I P.ulgcttof : ANTIQUES( FURNITURE I
wish for her a speedy recov visited Mr. arid Mrs. W. P. lea' moved lust week to the Starke! OPTICIAN
I visited
.< Htnyed on for a slumber and :Miss Joann Bass drove to Mr.[ and :Mrs. -

mi'Cn' pal'ty with Miss Shirley! / Green Dade City Saturday and returned ery. Moore over the weekend.Mr. Smith house next door to the I IR. < I Hiram r Padgett Sunday. Also ANTIQUES FERGUSON'S
Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. H. K.: Priest, Bennett-Daly
and( Misa Rcgln.i: H.irrell acting Sunday bringing home E. M. Norton; H. Parkers. They h.ive I' visiting them were/ Mr. and I

Jl11 i ilit as chaperones little Miss Malissa who has and family had as Sunday:! Lamar and Mr. and, Mrs. John been living in the Cha slain ;Mrs., Rudolph Piulgott Illltld.mghtcl' Bought-SoldAppraised. Opticians, Inc.
dinner Mori spent Sunday; in Cedar FurnitureChina Glass MAPLE SHOP
guests, Mrs. Frank : house
I I on the main street. I
MmnlHT I'urt.vThe been staying with Mr. amMrs. of Doctors Inlet.Sit' .
Lenses Duplicated A. cut itIsli'\
41 Johnson and sons of Keystone Key with Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Mrs. J. A. Williams e.srapud \ Hcrndon Silver-Brass--Oil PaintingsOne
John M.Rtio' home was r [ N. L. Ropers,; and also i of .lacksonvillovi.sited and Prompt I

<:11 the sc'one of mother slumber :Mrs. Margaret: Disharooo and Heights and Sylvia Norton Day. Till* was a combination injury last Saturday afternoon I his dlUghtel'Irs.: I'lece or a IIoun. Full INTERIOR Only the Finest In ( lIl1lit1

party on Fi ..lay! night. About : Leigh: :McCary. and Richard Macheda 01 :' celebration of the Priests when her car left the highway : Mary\' Ella Dord.n l lawt week. DECORATOR mid Prescription. :o4'r\I'e

ut UNDERSTAND? Jacksonville.Mr. wedding anniversary and Mr. this side of Waldo. She i I Also visiting her Ina Ward
MX,: well lic'liiived yound ladies A Pessi- were Faye Antiques 28 Vtest Dimil >t.
24 got togc'tl'cr" !! for a weIner mist Is one who feels bad whenhe and Mrs. Ray Miller I'Hosts' birthday. He did not lost control of the vehicle on KngUnd: nnd family. SERVICE Jacksonville.35318U.ri: ,

til ro.'i"t. InKud beans and all the feels good for fear he'll Mrs. Mary Shipman Mrs tell us which one.Mrs. the wet pavement, al1,1! the :Mrs.: [ Kdward: Herncion/ and 3572 St. Johns Ave. Early American I -

}1 1 rt-.t t .mil then ended the evening feel worse when he feels goodDon't Elma Riggs and their house ; Cebe Harris of Starke, accident caused some damageto family of Highland visited Mr. Furnishing
Mrs. A. C. Pvurce and Mrs. Jacksonville 387-1379 5039 Timothy Lane I'ETSIIOI'
? )0 l tying and forget PTA tonight guest Mrs. Mazelle DuBose of the driver's side. and<1 Mrs. )Frank Carter and
) games reconN -
I). W. visited their full C'ollit-t.
'' and telling old ghost (Thursday) in the schoolunchroom. Miami were all Thursday Starling A note to those from the fimlly: Sunday afternoon.Mr. Jacksonville EV 9. O)2( THE

llc) sun,',ies to keep everyone I luncheon guests of Mrs. S. F sister in the hospital Sunday Hampton area who were un- [ and Mra. C. B. Carter

a u ike. Saunders in Penny Farms. ;Mrs. Bennett expects to ''be able to vote in last Novem- visited the Clay Hill Church(; Auto Sales & Service I'HEARING Kongo Pet Shop
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rEKSONALS:; "YYYYTTYTTTTTYTTTTTTTT'I Mrs. W. H. Aaner and Mrs able to leave the hospital one ber's election because. they Sunday night: for the first rmxllr I\lulh'.e-.hl"'"

L J. M. Blackshear spent Thurs- lay this week. She will spenda had not registered: the rcgUratlon time since moving to Clay WESTSIDE For Best In Hearing SeeSONOTONE- POODLE GROOMING: [(

(I The Uiocikor Hunting Club' day in Jacksonville on busi few day with her d.iugh.er books are open now Hill. We welcome them back Sweaters, Collais T.I"'.
barbec'iie nnonunced lust week Kingsley{ Lake :Mr. and Mrs.le.nn Volkswagen Inc.
and family .
'I uach Thursday at Mrs. Geneva anytime Pet Supplies
was postponed because! of the ness.Mr.
Williamson In Macclen-
and Mrs. F. O. Conner ( T. Flynn's (supervisor of Mrs. Victoria Mom of Law- OF JACKSONVILLE"The nlrdFI..h-ll.t'm..I..r..
wen tht'r. It will be held( nl a \'OLKS'LAENSttlesl'iirts.Ser;
C Mm.. B. M. Nortoa visited Mr. and Mrs. Leonard I Iny. registration) office at thecourthouse ley visited/ Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Daily & Sun. 10-6 PM I
I Inter date acc-ordmg to Carroll Mrs. A. D. Dobbs visited, her Strongest and Smallest
Home in Jacksonville In Stnrke. You I ert Carter Closed Tuetdav,
Sunday. Sunday afternoon 'irn.
Atkinson. Phone 683-2081 \ Hearing Aid In the World"
Mrs Arch Dobbsin
( : tis. Johmford Bass. Mr. Mr. and. Mrs. Wayne Fair sister-in-law must register if you had not I Mrs.\[ Grace Lang is in Tampa Factory Trained Mechanics 8939 HejlongRd.: Normundic

................ .... of Starke spent Sunday as Lake Butler Thursday.Mr. previously. to be eligible to visiting relatives a few Used. Vi>lk guest of : and Mrs. J..eo Uyal and vote in the U-2800!
Mr. and Mrs. Volley May primary. ( Jacksonville
ciintcii! SCHEDULES and Mrs. R. W. Mosleywere l.iys.Mr 23 West Monroe\
Starling. family I and :Mrs. Billy Padgett: I 1130 Ijine A v. So
I Kingsley Lake Baptist visiting R W. Mosley 1 Jacksonville 353-1463
Mr. .YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVCLAY Jacksonville 384-3441
and Mrs. E. M. Norton of Normandy' Blvd. visited Mr. PIANOS
I' Church: Sunday School. 9:45: Jr. and family In Orlando over ,
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and nnrl
children attended the Mrs. Henry Mosley last
This man a. m.. Morning Worship. 11 a. Evangelism Clinic the weekend.Mrs. MI's. Alice HOBBY SHOP PIANOS"Piano
of the New HILL :Mosley: and Parrish Motors ALTERS
m. Training Union, 6:15: p River Lee R. Green attended
Baptist Association held Sunday.
m. Evening Worship. 7:30: p at the funeral of her cousin FIELDSHOBBY & Organ Complete
the
Bayless Highway: daughter Mattie Belle and "
can help m.. Choir Practice. 8:30: p. m. Church Clyde Padgett in Tampa Sat- I Service CenteiKraukauer '
Monday night. Shirley visite/1 Mr. and I
Re-v B. T. Peavy, pastor. urday. By Mrs. Howard 1'iidgett Mrs. SALKSSKKVICK; SHOP Inc. Custom-built!
Mrs. Margaret Ann Peeler Clarence :Mosley last Tuesday. ,
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"Come let us worship together. M I'S. Fred Pendarvis and VO" pianos since 1869.
and Phone 289-1133 All. : [ '
you children. Maureen and Mosley suffered some broken A-Complote Line of
PA UTS A Starck & Jesse
daughter spent the week with P.
Stevle, of Mandarin spent the I ribs from a fall at tKa Boat & Airplane Builders Supplies
Beulah Baptist Church: her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. A .....a...... ... French Pianos
For complete protection, weekend as guests of Mr. and shipyard and i U confined to -Specializing in Radio -
you School 10 a. m., P. Gordon in Bunnell. Music: Piano Methods(
Sunday
need insurance that Is adaptable Mrs. O. W. Brown. Little Ste Sunday was the day for the 32 Years As A Dealer Controlled Models
11 James Billiard of Cocoa and bad.Mrs. Collections. Classic( ,
Morning Worship. a. m.
to changing protection I, vIe stayed on to spend a cou- first service: In our new chinch : Walter Kent l and Always Good Used Cars: and Equipment
need. That's Training Union 6:30( m.. children were Saturday and mo- All Kinds of t's-ed Plane*
what you get : p. ple of weeks with his grand building. We had a logecrowd. I 021 I.anra St. .J.u.k..n\lIIe.
ta every Gulf Life policy with Evening Worship. 7:30: p. m., Sunday visitors of his brother- thor, Mrs. Alma Hnrrl.-i] !' arul Phone 356-5634 Open Evenings till 9 P.M.: A-: Organs:
parents We to !have
were glad
Adapt-A-Plan.. For example, Midweek prayer service Wed- We in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. I children visited Mr in I ;Mis.Hardy [ 602( So. Edgewood Low Bank Financing to
a mortgage policy can be were very sorry to hear Mr. and Mra. Bradford nt
adapted to provide retirement ne-day. 7:30: p. m. Rev. R. I,.. of the sudden death of Milton J. B. Gasklns. Starke with us. The Clay Hill Pidgett,; Tuesday of Automatic Transmission Jacksonville 388-86SZ 3 Years

income. Ask this friendly Gulf TagaI't. pastor. "Everyone Silcox who lived in Houston. Saturday dinner guests of Church wishes to give thanks I li--t; t w..I'I. I 2153 Blanclingr Blvd.Jackionvllle .

life Representative about itlU Welcome"' Texas Mr. Silcox was a broth- Mr. and :Mrs. L. P. Rafuse for the donations received for : :Mr.! ii'cl(I Mrs; I H.irdv, '' Padge't I I Automatic Men's & Koy's Wear :388-B8B1

PERSONALS were Mrs. Bertha I mil LIIIII.; .John itU-nded the
er to Mrs. Rene Garcia. Mr. the new church pews Everyone .t'
E: M. Norton attendeda Garcia attended the funeral in Mrs. Audry Brinson StuckY'1 remember the sing at the ;, 13lic-k!.. (Cr c t'k Association atJoo7i Transmissions & "( uialIty. Clnthen for Men and MANOS-ORGANS; :;

Rafuse of Buys Since 1919"
Brotherhood Fellowship Houston, along with other church Friday night. Jan. 28. I
Motor ExchangeBIG Mason & Hamlin t'fctno
Breakfast at the Keystone relatives Alma Dyal and Mrs. Peggy Van Heusen Stetson Hats
of Starke but Mrs. Come and bring someone with Hammond
Heights Baptist Church Sun- Garcia was ill and could not Glover and son of Hampton.Mr. you'J'iH1E'FT ; n.\ni[ )v WALT :McGregor l
day morning.!\ attend.LAWTEY. and Mrs. Burney Dobbs Complete Formal Wear Kentul 1 1tJoiinqmen'sShop
( : i liKATIIClyde : Remanufactured Transmissions I ( "(itt A (ioiMl. n.,11-
t' Mrs Walton Clemens and and daughter of Jacksonville Pudgett of Tampa Motors

son and Mrs. Paul Jones and I spent Sunday with Mr. and passed away, in his home list. By Quality Craftsman ( '

three sons. all of HeilbronnSpiiiiKS. ... A ....... ..... Mrs.. A. D. Dobbs. I Monday morning following !ci i let's all 3383 W Beaver SJacksonville. >. F. O. MILLER [:

were quests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clayton long illness. He was bum in goto 3M-1033: S40 Alain\ Corner Uiivnl ......

and Mrs. Gerald Crawford \ of Macclenny and Brock I Clay Hill and had Ihoci in Florida's Jacksonville( "11, ., I

Monday Thomui of Jacksonville, were Tampa most. of Ills life lie n biggest show! CAMPERS: I I .lcs'ksmlui%I 11I1'I

We were sorry to hear that By Cnzii B'tmchaini Thursday visitors of Mr. and survived by his wife, :'lis. I ida I ;MOTORCYCLESHONDA '

:Mr an.1 Mrs Earl Crawfordand Mrs. Claude Rowe. ( Prescott) Padgett foimerlj Cribbs Campers I
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four children are moving I VV VVVVVV7yyyyyyyyyyyyA Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rowe of Clay Hill, one son, J, DPadgett I SAWSPEARSON'S

to oranae. Texas. We hopeth : Sunday with one daughter., Carolyn -I .
:M. XOKCKL: ; ; Revival will be held at the and family spent 1966 FLORIDAAND DeJ-Rey Campers
won't be none too Ions M () TOR C V C L E S
'y Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wllkl>lon Ann. one stepson nnd
I'hours :Methodist
) : Church
1t Ortic, <> (il-ll-'l( I I I Mrs Sadie Elder and daughter ; on Sunday Feb. 6 md beginning continuing and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wilk three stepdaughters, 18 grandchildren -, Shasta Trailers All Models-Nothing Down Saw & Knife

After l 3 I'.III.-JIJI-O.U! I Robin Miss Joyce Conk-I through Sunday 13 with ison and children were weekend three sisters :Mrs. 0ITmITflillOm Skamper Conveitibles Merchants Green Stamps SALES;: & SEUVK'K: :

)Box. K80) Ito and Johnny Lott spent the I services each night at 7:30: visitors.TVTVVTTYTTYYTTTYTVVTYt. Grace Lang of Clay Hill Mrs' Open SAM. to 7 P.M.MondaYFI'lday ALL TYPES OF SAW

1"0''n rl.o', F'a.' I weekend in Plant City as Pauline Smith an,1llluue\ Triules. -Bunk. l-'limnrlng
the
during weak. I 5027 Broadway Ave.IksonviIlp
Carter of Tampa hid fattier 5408 San Juan Ave. 8 AM. to 6 P.M.
.1 t WSCS met at the home ot ). EV: 4-3181
and, stepmother, Mr. und Saturday and Wednesday!
Mrs. 1lae'eIlM on Thursday Jacksonville 38813.18r ) CLOSKI: ) Sl'XU.I .\\"
B. B. Padgett of Tampa.
LAWSON'S\ MARKET evening of last week. FollowIng HAMPTONBy Funeral services were Il's'l lIOTOKSTI.ES: SEWI1.'II1SES; : ( :

the devotional Mrs.: Well In Tampa under the (. r! CHAIN StWSMiddleburg 4949 Blandiiiif Blvd. SINGER At'T.IGAC

Cold Storage Grocery Store presented the program "DoSomething" E. Hill Bowe Funeral Home. Jacksonville 771-8344
Mrs. D. of Nephews Like Ne-A in 4 Di Cabine:
with all GASPARILLA
EStT members Phone 468-116t of the deceased Were
r Sold Neu over $300
Ssfer participating. A business Chain
: session PIRATE
I1 followed pall bearel's. INVASION :MOVERS Bal. $77 or $3.00 I't'rllIt'Ilh:
and the
hostess YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYShower
1 served a. salad course to seven f PERSONALS!' TAMPA, FLORIDA Saw SalesIlosutLITE Ideal Sewing! CenterALL
Honor visited Mrs. Hazel arifn In ACME MOVING
I present. FEB. 1-12,1966
\1'\'la :Ut'Cull..u/h. / Mr. and Mts. Fancy Austin : : ;MAKES
Mrs. XJilo Smith was hostess & STORAGE New and Used Machine. !*
Vivian :McCullough St. Vincent's Hospital Saturday -
Miss ,
to the Extension. Homemakers Money\ :Makin' Chain Saws
) # t to Charles night. 5 The Gasparllla Invasion 848 Cassat A\
Club whose wedding LOCAL-WORLD-WIDE
td1J4i t, ( Thursday Jan.
20. The dtfvotlon.il:morning was followed Young will take place at the Mrs.\ Mary ICtta.: VVonlon Is and Parade February 7. S.I.Stunct; :; : ; STATE WIDE; MOVING .1.uvksonvllle 380-5071/ I

the First Christian Church of home from the hospital and I Jacksonville White Glove(
by business .
session. doing wellMr cETh. Ms Florida Purts und Repairs All Makes TRACK EnJ'ERA (
after Sun 'n
Hampton next Sunday
.Mrs R. K! Lee gave the demonstration Movers
1'4JMfr.1 noon. was guest of honor ata and :Mrs.. Howard P.xl- Soil Beauty Pageant February 3. Toro .
'itt \ "You and Col...'" & Yu oo Power Mowers
showing what combinations of bridal shower Saturday evening gett and sons and I Hiram( Agt. Bekins Van Lines Co. Y'STRACK

colors: could 1 be used to the Jan. 22, at Hampton city Padgett vl..ihod. Mr. and 5 The Hurrfcan Hell Drivers Rt. 21 :Middleburg 282-5050: P. O. Box 267 SERVICE

beat advantage. At the close hall L. K.: Padgett\ Saturday, Ml's'l February 4, 5, 6 and 7.Sr.G'MCA Jacksonville! 388-8338:
returned I Portable Track Pi' S... '
noon. Gregory ess < <
Mis. Smith served coffee and )For the occasion camellias I
with his I I 1f.'TIUCIOTOnS: : : (
cookies. used for table decorations grandfather. BIG CAR AUTO 'I \Veldlm:
There were seven in were
Let Us Your Beef and )Mr. and MI's. J. II. H.Jl'rlsland I :.MUSIC I
Prepare RACES Feb. 5 j Used Bulldozers Si C'rawlfM
uttend.mce at this meeting. !, and corsages for the 2, 6, 9 and 12.

Pork For Your Deep Freezer.Ve tie,.rule :SiliiMlulcHUrine ; guest of honor her mother Mrs. Buddy Harris. ami Peavy Brothers j "We'll Keep vm Rol ,n!
children of Jacksonville, visited Paulus Music Co.
Methodist\ : Sunday. Mrs. Lester McCullough and CHAMPIONSHIP RCA Electric Co. 7287 W. Reamer

\ will Pick-up and IJnlcher. There will be a School 9:15.: Worship 11 a.m. for Mrs. Velma' Hurt'ell. mother Air.- and :Mrs. Hardy Pad, ., RODEO, February 10 11, 12. I Band & String Instruments Jn-ksonvlll :tR8.4li.! !!

Small Fee for Iick-up-Butchering cows $3.00 and 7'3O p.m.. :'oYlo'Vednes[ -I of the bridegroomtobe.Lace gett Sunday 'nfternonn. Also II.EC'TIUCI01'OItS: : Gibson Guitars & Amplifiers I

Head nnd Hide. Hoars 3c per Ib.-Cleaned Weight.per day S p.m. Prayer ciiele. Monday tablecloths were used on visiting the HWII.'e.'Iutulwi Padgett Wo'l'O11': Sr; YBOR. CITY NIGHT ILLUMINATED I Sol1St'I'Vl'edRepalledi! School SuppliesInstruction I TROPICAL FISH:;
and Mis.
_
I 9 a.m. the gift table and refreshmenttable PARADE February 10. i & -Starters Roberts RecordersMusic
For Chill-cut and Ib. with ,
wrapping 5'/ic .
Miucrille.We
per I. and
paper. family of ,
Flint Baptist, Church: Sunday and pink camellias and I Alterations Library ExpertRepair MERMAIDAQUARIUMS

School 10 a.m. and, 7:30: p. ferns circled the punch bowl. are sony to IL'.aln th.it. PRIZE CATTLE PARADES, Armature Rwinding Department
We Sell Beef md Pork for Home Freezers
Mrs.: hazel Orifna of Highland .
in.. Training Union S-30: :Midweek : with decorated cakes. on either 4-H Club Activities,Youth Dairy, 4044 Lenox Ave .tn'. Monroe. :St.

Phone !9JI( 1.R2S1:! 1 21S Washington St. ...el'vlce"elhle"cI.lY 7:30: I, Bide. underwent fuirgi'iv lust Beef and Poultry Shows. I Jacksonville" 387-2528 Jacksonville 353-8147: Complete Aqua! 'urn 8'.1 LIT
Prizes fur the week In St. Vincent's Hospital 3310 Beach Blvd.
I p m. ,Barnes were Imported Fishll :ipiflr; .
Church of God. awarded to Mrs Lucille Vick- In Jacksonville wish !J"I' Jacksonville 398-3091
Sunday School .. .\Blue SHOP! CALL OR COME:, BY

10 11.111."ol'"hlp 11 am. and ery. a speedy recovery. lA ; so MUCH :Mon.-Sat 10 t'm. '<"> fi ,im

Serving Florida 7 p.m.. YPK Wednesday : Hostesses for the evening Leon Carter Is in Tampu 1 BON MAR :UIISICInstrumentsMARVIN I Sunday 2 tn 6 p'/1

Since 1950Mrs. prayer" meeting Friday 7'30'1 were :'h'". Margaret Crawford, this week on business. We Ordum'' Fish .\vnilahlp.

Highland Baptist., Sunday I :'oil'". Lynn Hall. Mrs. Sylvia Mrs.: Blanche/ Mams of FABRIC KAY'S I !04.1 S. Cditewoodv..

c92&a &rv Tn. :School' Dt: 13: n.m.'orshlp 11a Cox. and Mrs.[ June Haddock. Lawtey visited Mr and :Mrs, TO HOME! SHOP JarksrsnvlHi' ?a'i4H4'

.- s. m. and 7 p. m.. Prayer ser- 1'oHl.il Feet To Rise. Robert Carter Also visitingMr. I Music Center

.........................--.r...... vices, Wednesday 7 p.m., Choir j I Several postal fees are : [ and Mrs. Cm.tor were :Mi. Complete Line of WESTERN: STORK:

piartlce Saturday 7 p.m. scheduled to go( up :March 2BInsurance !i F.( RI'S NOTIONS I Fender. Rretsch! & Vox Guitars _

Lucile 1'EltSJ.tl.S: ( $ money orders etc I King. Hatten. and Selmer
: Cordially TRAVEL ACiKNCY(: I :Mi-Call\ & Simplicity! Patterns LITTLE DUDE
GodwinRepresentative 11 :MINK. )Klixubeth: Terry was The new minimum fee for Band Instruments!

I' visiting her sister :Mrs. C. K. Insurance will go from 10 816 russet Ave. Ludwig Slingerland, Rogers Western Store
Welcomes For Full Information< and Res.'cttns, ,nn S. S Hanseatu
Strickland 20 cents minimum I DnmsRentals
in Gainesville from cents to ;
C'KI'lNKS[:; : .\11!I.INKS: JacksonvilleOpen "Where You'll Find ."-
I.J : Mill's-IIOTFLS( : F1thlnr
1013 E. Call St % Thurscltiy,( to Saturday COD fee. from 40 to 60 cents, : I & Repairs on AI.L4ClO "

Ph. 961-5321 d' Family You and to Your Your :Mr. and! 1\11.\ ... C. \\'. Thomus minimum registered mail fee BILL AND LARETT.V: BURNS: ; HARRIMAN::- ,9 A.M.: to 6 P.M.: :MIN ST. Fnthu'Iast"We : Pot the Ho' -

anti rluldien from (00\ to 75 cents. All
were visiting/ ::\\11' cents
Jacksc-viUe 333-0935 >ltern Clothin.f., .
!
Starke New home itliei
/studlrcs.. Hu.Hsell, Spell and money older feej will go( up 1f'U .
(' / & FLOOR COVERING Roods Saddle' and T il'.eCharV !
lamlly In .ksonville Tues live cents.
& !Sl'imn';}
:\1 i :
URICIIEETPOTTER'S I I pet
day of liiMt week. There has already] been an ;, ONLY: THK.; SETTERCARPETS. !)III'! So.
The State of FloridaIt Ecturnoc.clve.
Vlc-kl Reddish of Raifordwas Increase in the prices of i ista ((101 1 Lunrii St. Sjt.fIi'H! : I "Trint'l Inc.
J.lt'k."nv""' 3X41710PARTRIDGE
11 weekend visitor of hergrandparents mped envelope the five | -
hOur Desire; To Make You Feel Welcome and I

To Acquaint You With Your City.If I Leslie MrClellan.Mr. and :Mis. six cent envelope to ,seven went up cents.from ARK SOLO;; AT Home of Music _WELr.:!: nlUL1.I) (:
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AMBULANCE
SERVICE
1 Visiting: Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Postage rates for letters and Looking for Church :Music:

you are new in the area a phone Coolsby on Sunday were Mr. packages: are unchanged.

ami Mrs. Cm Item Ynibrough 1'KIISONAI.S': : / PHONE 981-2600:! better carpets? Kdur-stion.il: Music Well Drilling

call will bring you a prompt visit and family of Baldwin. Mr. and, Mrs Vernon Slucle' DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home t'lIit Musical Instruments ( .\HTF.i'\1\ \S U Co.RO'I fI.I.: "

Mrs.[ 1l.1eVells and :Miss l< are the parents of a son. Snm- ifrZ'
from your ]local] hostess." Please give Complete Elerti'. W", .. '
Kii/.a: Uluiiehuid attended the cud Warren, born Jan. 6. at DeWitt C. Jones! RegIstered Funeral Director Repairs! h..tpm"IR'UO.l'IO(

her a call! She has maps and many Ueilit.itlon' I piogram it the new Maoclenny Hospital.. Mr. and, SU HOGAN ,
.
Starke Fla. "" Near .\ Your. Mailbox"\
post. ofiUcIn Bostwick Sun- Mrs. V. J. Simla of Hampton lIlt
free wonderful for FliMir ('c\.-rln and gifts tui> .
you day afternoon. grandparents.Mrs.
RENTAL SERVICES 220 W. Beater St. :5860> Hyde Grov'.. A..
!Mr. and :MM.: Richard ( Dick) -[ Glenn McIntosh I was :524 Hogan] St. "
Jackaonviii-
from local] businesses. Chesser and children spent the* in Bradford! County Hospital Hospital Ked! Wheel Chairs! Crutchea! JI..k..n... 3.13-6131; Jacksonville 3543682S dill rnllcrt 38 1f-1

vvvvkviiil with :Mr. and Mra.[ It. List week fur tie.itment for ,jl 1314














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