Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 9, 1964
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04459
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Colonel Stockton' brief" his men on tnctle, ll
(....J al problem before start of unique operation aircraft renr 'Hentinir'' an investment of I21.000.: ). includinir{ full maneuver enulomrnl.I .

I I First Battalion-Size. Night Nine Warrants Issued

Flight In Air HistoryA T COUNTY

50-unit helicopter/ armada chi'rned into Camp Policeman Fireman InvolvedIn BRADFORD TELEGRAPH

Blanding in total darkneanbattalionstrength i I Sunday night in the first *

night I la inding. of "choppers" in the ,
history of avlutjor) New Year's Eve Disturbance 'I
The history-making changed: due to bad weather Official
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over the coast The
flight went off without mia thunder-
hap although one helicopter Ing armada often flying at i A New Yenr' Eve fracas lei1 "personally lie arrested the VOLI-MK: Kioimr-rtvR HTAUKK. ".nlnn.\ T.n'UoIn.J! \N. 11. I liMit NTMIIt-K" : TIIr.NTI'.RfU11T:
landed at Cecil Field due to tree-top level due to fog then ,, to the arrest of ulna& people by nine residents after they continued .1 ,
mechanclal trouble. It Wit turned west passing over the City Police Including one the truck s'op fight at.ta
the first time that s Urge- Starke and landing at the : member of the City Police: private home. Board
Male night operation wa i Lake City airport for regroup- !'!: force and a City fireman and Lt. Overstreet a member of Seeks 'Swap' With SRDIn
made before the landing site Inr. It passed over Lake Butler ,; his wife the local force has been! put
had been reconnoitered. on its return to Camp I tBlanding. City Police U Dllly Over- I on a two-weeks "vacation" until -

In the first such attempt by I '. street and Fireman Adro court la held on th*
the U. 8. Army SO UHI Jrt- I The helicopters med were of Brown and his wife,, Dorothy charges. "I wanted to be fair Effort To Solve Transport
propelled "chopper. of th*j two types the UH B-model. Ann. all of Starke were arrested I and If the court finds him not' Problem For Florida Hydrocarbons
type being used In South Viet the smaller fighter type along with six] other guilty I don't want him to>>
Nam. took off from Fort Ben. equipped with machine guns for disorderly conduct follow lone any pay." Uosser, said The Bradford County Commission! took 'quick nc gins' and, J W Shiner, acting.
nlng'a Manila Heliport at 4 and 2.75 Inch rockets: and the ing an alledwed fight at Stalling 1 I Court will meet Monday tion Monday to do "everythinu possible" to have ".M Civil 1I..n.| ilirolor
p. m. Sunday and landed at larger troop-carrying UH Dmodrl 'I Truck Stop on Highway: Jan 13, to hear the charge I mi lea of secondary rojid. nerving the! Florida llydro- Shiner gave a list "t persons II' School Board

Blandlnff.' a distance of 250 capable' of transporting 301. south of town. I I'I against the nine person In. carbons plant north of IiriM>kcr, chnniftnl from IIl"Conll4 who have, appllil for the ,Job
nautical miles at 9:30: p. m. an entire squad consisting of I Others! arrested by Poll- volved In the fracas Mayo: ary to primary atntua even if it means "hors.e so fur In the Commission., It
after a atop at Moody AFB for pilot co-pllot and 11 troops. Chief Bill Rowr were William I Randal Chitty will hear th t trad in IT" with the State Horn! Department. Intluilm, J, A Unsnn T C. Ponders Rising
re-fueling. Leaving Moody .t Each helicopter completely I and Vivian Brown, both. I. cases at the Police Station a"" The board hopes 'lo meet .' --- IIssn. Jr. Mrs A,, N. llullklsy,
5:30: p. m the entire flight to equipped cost around 1324.000 .- of 803 East Thomas St. I.. t 8 p. m.Romier. with highway officials' and engineers lm and i they wer not In th* ""d A, Miller, Mr. Myrtle I
Standing was made In dark- --. total of over 116000. Starke; Robert and Walter said he would determine In lAke City .before a habit. or ailing sionitsry Nluhuls. Mrs.\ Mary B.: I....'. Costs
neaa. 000 represented In the SO Lott. both of Hampton; Plea what to do about sun.. Jan. 14 mating| of the Hist(* roads to th* primary system s"". "..n.I.1 C. Itlchl, Carl Utility t
Manning the helicopter landing here. I Hamer Lott Jr of 1210 Bland- pending Overatreet after court t Road U..ar.s.n. T.U.t"........ II. snlil that pwrhsp. a "nwsp" It4>l>..rls, ant Jams A,, Mull-! I
were men and officers of the Riding on the maneuver In Ing St In Starke.; and HermanE. Is held and guilt of the partle..s Clerk Charles Ptrby will ran-' would'" b. (pcmslbl. van.
227th Assault Helicopter Battalion one of the choppers was a.> Harris who Is also charted involved Is determined Roue" ,.. tart offlcUts In Lake City In Th Cnmml/tsion/ mined, with ,. New l....l.lil. Mure The high coat of living -
of the 11th Air Division exciting experience for a Tele. with reckless display of a said he "wanted, to hear all thiwltnessea ,e mediately to set up ths meeting this proXM| .. l If It twH-sm n.. County' Health rrior' A. Y, utlllty-blll, -wls. -- for Bradford .
Aviation Group baaed at Banning graph. reporter, skimming over I I firearm. which total aboui I as soon .. ptisslbls. ressry tn get the hydriirarbnn* t C..YIII.I"n ashnil. Commlsslun, I) County Schools' .. di.-
and commanded by Cot. pin.. tree tops at helahta of I Rower said he made the ar- 20--before reaching. deal| Th. action was taken. when a road paveil to primary _|>orlflcntlort 4lr .pprunl rM got It. for pay cussed by the flchunl Board alIt
John B. Stockton.An I .. <(
alert for the unique op-|! Hydrocarbons Htandard Oil of, Union County was turned l health. nun Who' >> my' !! '
eratlon'a* Bounded at 1:30p. : > ....Jf, \ ; :'. Kentucky McKenzie Tank A down fast year by ,Ih. HMD on Iff' hr. > einwi. The V. H ( llilta from' It different" meere
Sunday. without previouswarning. I f a$ r: rti fai + Truck Line of Tsllahasi sw a similar request' for their portion meal "will" pay tile salary, en school property totaledIMMatf
One hour later 26 and the Warren Petrolsum' Co.f of th. H<*nut llnle Itosd. nurse, but the County. .anou// with a minimum
pllotq and their stews were f > Tuba Ok la, "pea.t boot fir i 1'1.11. 1"l l tt.>> .. 'e pruvhl travel ,.,,,ru-. electricity charge tor .each
ready. to move out. and at .'.. tile: Oommlielon to request ao< Th. Commission troth ap- + / la go .Into, homes an. l "" meter' Instead of on* minimum .
p. m.. all 60 aircraft: w,re ..Ion on the road due to liesvyraneport I proval of a cltlsons rommlttve ("millIn'' caring. for charge, Board Merely,
reads to ao. After an henir'a trsfflo, from the to screen applicants for the persunaCuvlngton. Ho4oy Halt pondered how) t.
'briefing, they Dock to the air. Bruuhsr 1 gas lsjit.t H*,n>ant. "praMtlmi of IlmdraMl. Cnvitty' ('.,1 rrtvattlteelerte ,, mall. hs thinks II find out If tnataiun onIrartuformer
The 187th Pathfinder Detachment I .lives at the. firms' were alto Civil Defense tHrvrlnr, ant to
seven enlisted! I Invited to attend the forth accept a rwommoniUtlon$ from ;,II n.'. a list> of (Courtly' health m.ttnl wouM!) tare ,moAi,: **, '

men and one officer aboard a ;mining: meitlng |lit I.sk. Coy th. nimmltle, (II i a Joint meting la approve' .the .c.... rnnnot be r.l*.s..i| from lltipt. If p. Morgan laid.. an
hopper-had the mission of Th .1\\ mil. of rued |nvnlrsd '< Ae anon u the rommlttelrmmmnils |reromnicmlat lm l i. \Ih* hospital. |. due lo Improper. architect hail. stated that installing
selecting' the landing area at onsl.ta l at a portion of Hit. someone for tht Member. of Ih. rommllte. I rare at hum* Also', It mat. .all the sehoola one transformer for
Blandtng for the huge armada :33: starting at Onxiksr and MOO a "month piMition that will I''which" met this' _.k -ami: (.'ol. [I1 I1T ,"llmm.t. *<>ni. 'nursing-ham. much In would eoat loi
Arriving late Sunday. afternoon annlna' north. l lo the lnlrse.. 'less from both. City and Calm '' T 'fang.. J.'k. ,.,..1..1.. money ra-wiHng. putt
'rtr* |hl la Uie high .. .
costly lo>> the Couny e t of irMUllatimMortritn \
they .Ion with Hn :211 the ty fumls' Cnmmlsslfin" ant, tIle I I Ikm -
arranged to guide l>**r hyIrorartmns I t'h.mplin' Mrs J. l Is>> (il l
each aircraft In to a isle F plant a dlsUnre ofmllesi mark. nty, ("lUll"" will lint I I 1101.1.. W I. Kola. llwir.. lu_.... ,.. .ICuntanuw/. ef lh added. thai maybe
Peas court 1 torn meters could blo
landing with red i9 and the
signal lights portion of
mounted In tree and on n 131 from Ma 'IntersMtlon'' with 'Voters Return Shuforcl' Elected Chairman 'I the""*minimum,Ihlat.d service save, toms ehoegriduo of
Blinding water tank XV runnlhg ""ttlt..t." b>
lu baring so .many' .......,."
purpose of the helicopter the bydrocarhonii plant to Cards Too Slow
Morgan, saki. l | the
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battalion. In time of In. Voitt Hole bridge at the routy "- 1
.a lon particularly in guerilla ... line. a dtIJa"| of I mil*. I ICa'd. .1111"t'y Negro( Councilman: utility& uvrslloir had beena.ksl
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Says befor to shun the
type ".rt.re-would 'be' liob Patterson. chief raunl'
(]<..nnil point spot art 4ke'lft. on one' minimum
to with lift the troop advantage Into an ofUT.area. Fair Interests I P<- k...... ..h..w .................. where fairground. red. moo fill I for,that' Florida more than Hydrocarbons'.I\IN\ ) tnruportrock .said, aunt t lo llrarffoeil C"unj j' Is 'Sworn-ln'( (() tiietly i charge plus. .,addition' UMhlbnva.ll >>

for general 'lo dl..|>H. miniature" lake.I .ly r.....n..* who. hv not "ot...' tuiura tram KM ether
prls harraMthmt' roll4 over Ibis! 4 1\\ milertt'Th
I In so *.lrtion In th. pl' twos' Apparently dispelling" frI call me.... flu far Ute 4tty hoe
of the enemy also to put ona of road during The nrsdfori' Hherlffi
"*how of force" designed to Kick-Off f Drive | Illness Hampers CouncilPetilioii bar and P* *mbr" -"NII9.1/.,.r* are "not" bring. rvlurtwlf I 'alslenl. rumor> fiat h. (nieiuUi.. tJctwrtmenl Investigated Ito d* llnd, In do this.
intimidate and diaper the I the Warren Ptrolum. Ci>.. C'McIn'11 s s was .. .. hail anil...lu.l..l.' to .....1.... I.*try's first Metro, 1111'1"."'.. ami>> 'for llm .wl4 (tail!! ob)....lil l>) th* Cttfeiulln
invader said hM' company hdshlpf Mel. Jrnrvs M tlynn. ease :. city cuiincllmsn, ..er .leet..1.l .., tiarijs' .' 8"""'. home bill. that si* "unendwf -
For I elaor nt rvgUlradon' Mid 14dssel Moo l, was in ,for uge t>n the part
The assigned problem for Improvement! >*d clo: ** to nln million yew sworn dry and night,
ProtestscBaii' of UM .ulUlly Ml) that
lrd quietly thaIliisrd
.lion. y MuruUr 1Iht. Jm- \
the Standing maneuver consisted of 1 gas front UM llroutier City Ctrk Ethel: ll4. of locating company- plant In the" two month. i "!>>.>!I.In. for returning the ary .. ......n the *....'1114> In 4.,.- ) lp I It lu iscord.ThU .
A kick-off luncheon to spark Ken1urby rar<.. ant l still' $ct qul"ll and rouUnty. was I mans ,It alm stud unit of "enemy .,mu" pertod.' A tanderd fill of" remaining s I nio iis by (fl lot il..IIlIe the
that had theoretically" Infiltrated effort to obtain expanded! faCilltle On .: r.-pr'aU"' | .....'lanlU'j. rgtlf. l ruler 'in llrs Carl lrv U.. H.,...,-olrl cement. r"**..... ash In M..M>r, CtisrUs. n slbl l b keep a .running. tab ort
the wooded. area' of for the Bradford County Stations mist lnlr' reports. I >lIly I. Jilt II Kr.ryun.: .In' U emflnrvd, In J.rk*..n- Mhuford.' IFMii (a Marshal, what .ar" meter, .UM. .. h* ssM,

hfortheant Florida, conducting fair waa held last Friday If Ik* Htal' grants Hr.iror4J. jsnimkl Hit out Ut. e., Use. Mlub that are rslurriMi lo t Ihs
amall-arale nuUance raid.. noon attended by Commlston- County ..*...**t, the. 'U'II' wilt'jieall IKm' Serb. "IntMnvlistvly." :. newsnteii .r".l a former emtnItmsn's three new. *own.U"' ." Mpurwri Cull along. wuh ps imnt, arc
murder. pillaring, and killing rr of Agriculture Doyle Conner A virus bug hampered the to reason' that only If UM "h are to r**>ulM. the root. to pet-1;"'Ir*. Flynn' *.N l t tMrs. ... fife .*r* the only ... I IMMwl| Massey, fk v_ j, ........ a* lo I4 *g. end sate
or kidnapping local) citizen and Calvin\ Winter, ei- Starke city council at Its regular dealer are prosperous ear mary eprflratbins| and fn..... riynn Aeste1JIM. /. | in-oflu-lsU' in Ih* m**un_ nnufurri.!' see. ..*..t. Hiaimr'flhuf'jrd |' The .*e, nU .._. uiuter thecity'
erutlv<< of the de- I meeting Tueidar night, afford room M otl st I vry qui..tll tIhrouili .. .btMUMM. rate" and any
A mats fll/rht they! lo give the public lain It llradford County snail (cants man Jn t l*> "0'*'s on Uwfewuk then .*". the ash
/ waa partment's Livestock: Agricultural January 7. forcing. postponement the It h. I.. .. .... the f r.nmr council. l l .. ( *hrg[, ..*, 'loo *lfc *4ets .M '
to tan from Standing at 4 service demands. It* ave to pro.ws. ... .ee.erry *. *' ... k.4. |> sl rk wlto .... .|., re-I| ''I
a. m. Monday but Fair' Committee of action on a petition sakd that Starke now ha morethan right-u" ., .my' !.Sat vu4xl Ike. Ut, !.. y*.r*. final' meetIng sad> tn.... only .kneel. | eVnll. arul MIHM. | lower. lhan II wnnl| be fur .
was deUfe1more '(Yxiln! l 450 ravel
than an hour by. heavyfor. Conner told the group of .bearing M name prut*.tln. )] retail serrtre stationswhirl I County Atansyf., V asking. U 'they UH ..r. q.*.ll- one statement, all night long if,...*... are the only l rM* fr"f
Originally planned to 30 Fair enthusiast that the propnard service station ) ..u.pprJl'than t tfamilies. 100 Knight ..NBA., Hla.1\ Hut ,IM. fled. eaten. art nwt.>.... to Ikeftftltut. a svrvtwt. M tine. nv'IIMt U/ ad* on see ...,..,...ll, !).. oisrvr,
make a loop over Orange Park there I t. m finer com.munlly ban. !l pertnMfit k4 warned the. _.... I-a.e If a goe,..*.'. s ,
fair In the state than The petition was presented I Ito Attorney' Thoma petition ,,ly prwtously. lbt Ik __, |4e*..s .hs rha".... wttkM. IMp < rtMinrtthvsn. fwv" men> flhitfof/ sll bl...4 .I"umnnls !.
et. Augustine naglrr Beach. the one we have right here.' "" the three mrmbrr' ot the stated. "We. In* underMgn| |J.la J..4ry. recd would salt ....... w eseety' '. tb lw ....."-... .......... A'WlurcJ h.>t ben quickly. I'' In 1963 '
Keystone Airport, and back UBtanding > It. said that Bradford County ': council pment t bp r Attorney .paying citisens of Sl.ik.. iarxlvr .heavy. Irsiwrxrt IrsffW.la I be ........... an Ike| ...,ot Psi elected (ft*.|r.man) vf l>>. nw Vfmer tVior4, ftMlrman H ,[Drop i 't
the court ... U the hub of several surrounding Arch Thoovss Jr In .bhslf of respectfully petition the City ) aa leapt lo k* p ITorVUlillr4ror w. lo rows Ik. cn-t by IA.a. .based al Ui* iwlul'ii 01 the C (111.rml, ,.I Kelly mitt gouneilfiMrt i \
counties that do not M businessmen. resldrnU and Council U> rejert any proposal .rlMM* silk H* lr* *-\**vf H'... swMtk will. .Iketaf C.' ..tlneoln i'- "ilin..... ,Leslie, ,' ITiUUiM .*,..'. pra/twd County lowed a '
.. I have annual fair -therefore property' ovnera Shell OU which would bar establishment pswtatlso .nl. t... 0- ......... ..wstl.Ul .*ll>Hi a.wnp.a.d 1' .hlufadI 'Ilea statement' .hoI o...."."* member! Coun- sharp dr*_ in She numbs.
ATTENTIONSTRAWBERRY:- the possibility of continued" Drain John A Tr 044. speakk> of any' IrglUsnale, .b".... wL.wa Iwt .,........., Itfl ; ee.rll. .ha. r.nwrelrg .Imo. ,.., after b. ns) .U.U'I. chslrmanI .It/rv.ri Hrysnl Nnt4lh. maul!',I ij ki..hw.y fsiaillW du'IIIC ,
growth" here .Is very. favorable, leg for local' retail (.aoim/ i within Ute Car O t .....t kea4 NmlUlkMe' M IMJ,|*n/s ....- ,,.. It.r.I I .** lit l err Inal II. *UMil| lt I| w.,_ !4* Mf ...,. net uy ,IMP with. bout ....&11II* rtcorded. -
Conner said that hU' department dealers and wholesale petroleum fltarke rasa M .....II. emuM OM u..,.v.U..siI M4. ,I him some lint. Ut sMMfc.lVe 'fer ,..........'" IM< rar4h.fowd .. '.*r 81111I"("" /*" wlUl ten inA
would have mar dirtniMtars again' asked I In ether artlon al the awwUln ...ie. ,I /aV. far 4M e.M* haws keen *It... *pt..4nlnv nt. andIHsl w*1 .,..n..I. t 1M' '
natrblrur funds for fair tonstratum the rowncll lo regulate the .. sty Clerk Merrill Ed.arris Lrd c./afls. \rnsrne .. ,..,. 11ywo act.reea.'hew. lie. .ouI>4 entertain. a ; .....,... fislfinon' af the I 4In >' >Uulnln Union County had
GROWERS araibsbl nevt July, number" of servtre ststions.. rr..d Ute eouncll a art. CVsalyb"T f besisaa.e' J. ''. ...... r.Iserss.d Ie ClW rl. | ( *Mi_ln k adjourn, T ie ma .sushi. a fa.l _..i l n,) sled an .*.*n> 1I bur rsaord, with)
and that Bradford County In a 'letter whtrh went into lev. 'troy lt. MtalefUstth ....'d of' Jules $,.-4-.a4 tr.4.. ....... 'U....." wet of tae. nrcsiil ; lion see an.o* try a erri.Umua o.N. .the .Ira M..-T n* hi-h' ".r fuiiii( hi IIMJwaa
largo .r s.-JI should stand a toad charm of the eaurx-tTs IIIln.TOor'OCk. Ir'OIW"1'ftIU' esnsota, sew C I** ewwMy social. reft U-'iwrl Tkk tN.LYL a rare,,' l...W.... sad. oI>>l.1.J.1, .......... Phillips. and Kelty 1.n4 oiJf .so In ..M' <
sharing In UM slat money If I stated that etmtrary to recent Irma( rMktenU abawt. ......!!te K* s+.v4ry ey4. .**. 4 g.man'} _faarlA d they ,..t"l.|.t'( vf. ........ act .IM f ust cs..bi loft .IIM rnMiirte; f._ Ira. Mad. .wd'I .uu4 to'ned 1
B. Sore To AttewlIMPORTANT It h.4 It* own funds on band popular bU.f. that U as n4'nonnsUtutlonal '', nrateg free the -.... ''wife. .f r4 k* Ik* -c r '** >' _L .I leaf of the raw ,.*/ ..* *4.*. _'11..1'. .,.*, Ih. fins. '.,!*.t.*>f 4u/tn4 lh Winter .,...,., miser at Ute Rrs tT r4 Enflfwrruvs flat M ned )"barely" .ft hOMT. *flafbegan. heart., wsasm when not a> |
Uw tmaortanre > (for a group < gesSarled I prima,,.l N,., after **M .**! ..a.a .. k.- a+N/Mf I .1 IrM 41 *'own ll *.-. jj
at fain In buOdlne of bu uvs prattle to r.rve/ Oeapo rr on CHerry' 'Ills.. )/UJ111 t.ta 1 ss' iisewes I scot<< H Ik* a.,_ 1ft> H .. r/Earner) snlrus""' saekianl. ewe,,". i'i'8UI.1e
MEETING a keener pint of Aavrriran- an ordtnanre by U>1. eownrtlt Mr* t, The I Snit was a ..*..*ry J "'- K r..ms.Mry -tltNrsl sUp ___ I. INV/f'n'/.. M*>J<| 1 i. ln* fleet. fr.t''> In |"-iM4 dulled" the formeref sd, on BradfordInafudma1 tdghU"' "
IttB- He arid hwrrr that rs.'serw a healthy, .KM.n Matanoophrr of err not lo time en4fl rte. '...wsiig u. .".,...n... ...... acne an ln* IAeI.y .asned. each', final. 1551115t4I 'OJ' buy UM lot wnD a
Tfc.rt J... 1CI .. ((0.f"; .-., .... ke p. .. ,..... ;,> .nt .... fMt I. .w .", ...... hauls. ef
the Ktsle would the to w for Uwr tartest ..." .... .u.... Uw MN. rl. H. Mrf p.Uw If t.... I I .Mind. !*., Ks. hMh too* count more than I
,...... .. I awe, week W.. *frtr* ,Ml lh.> anshsr veer.n ',004 ..IIIa..ls ,
y-araartd UM aaaoe of fair eoai( 'iiu, go vp ft retail could fc. redw.dg 'wV-W r .pS dr.et.... afoeel ..., -. ef In* .hold'kmd.maw. ) laity,
liwteySeh..l _::14.ft1r.: WtaisMon* .__ a,. e.fth.a. hi tns .My Tor -tiM Ke h.t. Mile .... vf. I>Ca.My n0 __ aw__ i.Uwmml"" 4.e s'. .fwft. r.f'' CIeprlinsrPhtUe i it UI .nfor.*mnl ef lraffia ,,
Cafeteria. yea, rant twtfr an krtmt ****- edr. .104 tht.gtA he *sAnw everTvuupt. w.tl1A/ down tit* .*_ SKTUM save W MM 4 41 ass.! s,*,14W I'' there. w*. o N..gr.r Msit1rs.NalaakaMt. "" ,.......... ..> Nsv i In* re..-uUikm. fitua .t.,.,
.f MjM4 > p oo "rtyer -- ruMSdans atae It swawv) fewm primary. t.Use' ,,' PO Hour nuti. .enniin4 during Uies p 4ntoliivuf, >4 lor vloUtor 14
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peswrbd t U e kenrtvren t -c.. > -+'' ii"I fey J.A..> to aekis a* slims *> */ n. II*
Thl Sp**.> Contributed and ewOJne rvt.. needs rr.seals. ns h .neawlw. The.. eirrk a... filed t* ta* .*T..< Ie woN./y, see; It remained. CIaewlrnr.y. 4MMt *.l>1 rumne ..n cvculaMn1. ""'I.lIIIe.he Pk ids Highway
law, frl3ts to ttd tacit !_ east O'Ottuot. at mat wt ...cocoaiger. 110. J'BMlM eft Mt !Iec__ Inas .. AelMg --n'- hick TV* M. +e,. wriM.n ... heal tut"- hv -nl 1 1 goo do/ 'tI.a l s*. ap a radar patrol
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F-RADPORD COUNTY Tr.ijr.an\rn.: !STARKK. rtfirn _TIICKSn.VV, JAN. rt'

.- 1, Mr. and Mr. Joseph N. Le- County were to err,
: Clair of Pennsylvania have > j New Year's Eve Air. Gill, 55, Mrs. Mary Brown School Supt.Qualifications. inteiident without .

I moved to 125 ,W WaiC. nHtI< : '. \ At Country ClubIs Appointed ManagerOf school< 1 administr; "s
.. St. Mr. LeClair ha. been, add- Kingslcy, Lake lord's secondary Sc.
i Gala ,
AffairThe Strout Realty
ed to the Independent Telephone lose: their! Southern

: Corp. pf Florid, staff, Services Held Arc NotedA .ion. it was said. J
; Gladys Mooty Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Taylor Ir" old year was rung out Mrs. Mary D. Brown has Morgan said thai
Phone: 9S4-0651 j and the new year welcomed In been appointed manager of)
.. I I and daughter of Newberry reminder that any new Board Is the "lay' h
at a gala New Years; Eve William Thomas Gill Sr.. 53 the Strout Realty branch ol-
have moved to 737 N. Walnut who runs for the office the public should
\ I party at the Stark Golf and cf Xlngsley Lake died Thurs- face In this area effective Jan person
street. Mr. Taylor is the new School Superintendent careful to a !p
of County
: Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. anj Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tanner I assistant county agent I Country Club last Tuesday day. Jan. 2, after a brief Ill. 2, according to InormoLtWIlreceived must hold a master's al" to the office 01

: d.turhters: spent the weekend of Baldwin were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mathews evening! ;. Del 31. ': ness. Born at Starke on March from the company's In school adminlstra- tendent.
la Decatur Oa. with Mr, and ors of Mrs. J. H. Fields. and family of Galni's- I' The club house was attractively 28. 1908. his parents were the' home office in Nw York. Mrs degree Lien sent to the Bradford
Mrs. David Scott. Vlal'.l decorated in the New late William T. and Fay Pres- Brown'a office is located at << was
Mrs. Myrtle Anderson yule were Sunday guests ',f School Board this month by Masonic OfficersAre
Mr. and' Mrs. Fred Bennett Dorothy Jean Mixon Mr. and Mrs. Oarl] Muthews. Year motif with multi-colored cott 0111. He was employed by the intersection of Hixliwayn; I the Florida Commission or

: have moved' to ''Port' Arthur week with Mr. and Mrs. John, Miss Mary Vernettl' of: Happy N'aw Year signs balloons ;I the Florida National Guard at 221 and 18 in Hampton. Sh' I Secondary: Schools. Installed

:Texas.; Anderson In Cocoa and 1W:'. Koyukuk. Alaska spent Sun and crepe paper bells! Camp Blandln, and was a has been a resident of Hampton The Commission assaclated

Mr. -and Mrs Tyler :Jones and Mr*. Edward Schwa Rtj I day to, Wednesday with Mr ,: ,i suspended from the ceiling I member of the Madison Stl'eotBaptist for IS years. I with the Southern Association Thomas F. How> I f
and, granddaughters,, Kathy Merritt Island. and Mrs., O. S. Newcomb.Mrs. and colored paper hats centering Church. Strout Realty! Inc. i Is a nationwide I of Colleges and Secondary stalled as Worship : .
and Melaula\ Green.spent New Mr. and Mrs. Frank Owsley Henry O'Hara was the! o the tables. No1semakerswere Surviving; are his wife, Etta sales organizationwith Schools pointed out that a of Bradford. Lodge :N: ;
Yitar's! i day?in Orlando:;,' with have moved from 1351 Bland.I overnight guest of Mr and M passed among the ,guests Fae Dyal GUI. of Klngsley' over SOO offices throughout | must have a master's- 4 A. M. in a pubh,,

Mr,'and Mrs Lester Hardlgree o Ing Street to the corner of Mrs. Blair Phares, 'In Jacksonville .Ji j/J\\ JuHt before midnight, The refreshment 1 Lake: one son William Thomas the country. Its famous | person degree with a major in school tlon at the Masonic I 11
S And fatally. Bradford and Blandlng. ; last Thursday. ( tabty_ held party Olll Jr.. and a step-son catalog of listings is circulated 'Dec 27. Past Diet" i I
administration supervisionto
,Mr: and Mr. R.. W., Douvllle Mr. and Mrs A. J. Thomas I Mrs. Henrietta Hunt Is In snacks, hors 'd'oeuvres cracker Sammy Warren Stark; one to more than 400,000 ;prospects or of John Tye of Lnwte\ ", II
hold the office County
and family of Orange, Par.: Sr had as New Year's day Bonlfay visiting Mr and Mrs. I' dips, cheese sticks end! I i i brother Prescott Olll Starke, | annually. ( and Installing officer
snacks. ., and three sisters Mrs. Mildred Other .
>pent New Year' with Mr. Kuasts Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bernard Hunt for several j Schools new office(
: and "Mra.,, ,B.,, U. Orjder acid Thomas Jr. of Starko! Prof. w. Gene Norman and his five. I Doyle. Statke; Mrs. Fay!" keep. Bradford County : at this time wen i :
accredited.! The Southern As-
.F +m4.l: "L: and Mrs. Joseph O Wood of Mr, and Mrs. Billy Dealing piece orchestra provided music\ :i Prather. Jennings, La.: and ,:Services Held loclatlon ruling is not r ,Lee, Senior Warder,'
.fWjl( ( mt'Mrs! > '. 'J. R: crew of Hawthorne and Mr and Mm. and son of Jacksonville will ,j Miss Janice Chitty for dancing; from nine to one !I Mrs. Clarice Rabb San An. I Saturday For active and would not : tl'o-I Wade Junior Wards,
7ifCk' n1l1Jl ; Mrs. Mattltr Bar. o'clock. Thirteen door prizes; i tonlo Texas.
Delano be Sunday visitors of Mr. andMrs
Thomas of Klngalc./ :
Is Engaged To awarded the ] Funeral services were held! !i County School Supt. H. P i!N. Holliday Trees, :
were during
till Jh MI- and 85
: Lake and their children L. D. Green. Mrs. Roper
Mar Ran since he was elected ]{
in Jones, I done Secretai.
0 Long.
I at 2 Sunday
: evening. m.
nW -Crosby and p.
1a1\ um'tWk local admittances to Bradford Mrs. Kathleen Ooetht of ]Edward Christmas
before the ruling. does
? werA Sunday, dinner County Hospital this East PalatkaJP/ nt several I The 130 gtiRsts attending: Memorial Chapel with Rev Mrs.. Janet Sparkman roper / Morgan ,I

Il:kyr; i t/oi/: Mrf gad'/ .Mrl. J,', E I Week Include: Mrs. Rote Left, day last week! as guest of her Mr, and Mrs. Don H. Chitty t I included members and gussUs W. Pt!. Dunagan officiating ,: 85. of Starke.!' died in meet the requirements because THE RIGHT POINT-'for
I ( \ : from the Stark and Keystone Burial was in Santa Fe Cemetery convalescenti Icl additional( courses h; has |Ih|.|
rfy' Mrs. Ethel Pearl Conner, Mrs 'I niece Mrs. Herbert Thomas of Starke announce the engagement '' a Jacksonville : write. Come !
way you In
r :, tr tlnd Mrs'Dolph'Reddlshaaa Ethel If all, Raymond J. Ouer- Lt. and Mrs. Jack Miller '' of their daughter, Heights Golf and Country under direction of DeWlUJones i last Friday after an extended -, acquired in school administration elect f-norltc. intf

-> 4 t 'family',wte vlnttlng'! Mr tin Mrs. Robena Lewis Mrs. have returned to Dow Air, Janice Patricia to James Edward Club C. Funeral home. j I illness.] She was born plus his baste degree.If BROOK your Fountain Yen I..r1A.

(fcjid.Ati'g.David: ( : Reid and Lola Williams Laura Oall Me- Force Base, Bangor Maine/ :, Christmas son of Mr. Active pallbearers were.tohn I in Bradford County on May the voters of Bradford o KAPil. TEUTRINKCTS. -
JumlrjUn:. Japkabnvllle'on Bun. Kinney. Murk! Robin Thompson after two weeks visit with his and Mis. J. A. Christmas of i The Jimmy Ricks Torode. Gerald OriffU 7 7. 1878 the daughter of the
cttvy'j-- '.-i,. t Window Johnson Maurice I IWlnllatf' and Elsie Wo ksSparl.man. i'W' __r__ -- -
|',' all of atarke: Oooruu parents Mr. and Mrs. OcoigeMiller. > Starke. Are HonoredAt I late John M. ---
yMrfl.iR.; Hartley\ of -JacKjMlVlllewa Thomas Moslcy, Mlddlcburg; |I Miss Chitty will b-j a graduate -;< Albert Foster, and II | She won a member HWY 100

vlfillln Mr. and Carroll McClcllan.! Hampton Mrs. R. A. Thomas cell of Bradford High School Open House II. A. Bishop Jr. I i of the First Baptls'; .a MI. .. STARK

: A1 'k.'Inmaa. "Gr ci\:! jlast Satur- Mrs; L. 8. Ilutto and Mr bratcd her 87th birthday witha 1n June. Church of Starke. and a life 3 STARKE FLA. TlLt'1I
dayi'... U 1 Blulllu Qerte were In st. family dinner Sunday. ChU- i Mr. Christmas graduate, 1 Mrs. Buddy Crawford. MrsJ. I Mr*. Mae Wood 84 long resident of the county. T

"JIAJ.F:'fRIC'B; V11EBB CLEANAli :" Petersburg.. from Sunday ti dren attending. were Mr and()| from Bradford Utah In 19U3 I Crawford and Mm.. Jimmy Of Keystone HeightsMrs. Funeral services were held: TREASURES R

(Ji'Than.! .,, Fri., Mat, aIfiilLA'H. Tuesday to attend the funeral Mr*. Earl P. Fountain( of and is employed at Wlnn- Loach honored Mr. an-1 at 1:30: p. m. Saturday av the
: .. of Mm. Hiitto's brother-ln Blloxl. M 1.111.. Mr and Mrs tllxle. In Gainesville Mrs Jimmy Rick In their\ Mae Lily Wood. 81 of 1 graveside in Santa Fe Cemetery S ,1TRIIET'
)Jiffrtry Bradley' of, Lecsburg! law Ejnmett Q. Oailclc. Charles M. Fowler of Winter Kt. ( date hart been act forthe new home on Highway 16 Keystone Heights died Monday( I: with Rev. W. A. Logan I I: 1)L.

;'fotrf !rl'Starko, renWnnt.. .1'1.' Mr.ni4, 'Mm. E. P. Hhralyof : Park; Mrs R. L. C. Thomaa wcddlnif. I I with "oppn house" on Saturday In a Jacksonville hospital' after officiating.; Burial was In the. .. E;

: ,p1J ted In the Marines and Atlanta. 0.... were weekend Of Wlldwood. Mr. and Mrs evening Jan. 4, from. 1to\ 'Han extended illneHfl.. She was family plot under the dIrection ,
JaftJ: : Monday for basic tialnliuatlj of and Mrt. II. l I m.The '1 of DeWitt C. Jones;)
UPHts Mr. C. Herbert Thomas and Kenneth ,8 p. iborn in Ko. .le, N. Y.. July 27
,; > Inland!: He! was oo: Bitch Thomas cf Starke and her I', Mr. and Mrs J. T Mr.: Lawson and I Ricks home was/ lovely' 1870, and had resided at Park j Funeral Home.Phone WJ.
'cornpanlrd her*' oil Sunday, by Mr and Mm. n. C. Patterson tlstor Mr. Bill Wilkinson and p I visited her patents. for the occasion with seasonal: of-the-Palms for several years
: Oeorgfl :'Morrison"'Of, [A>sburg and family, spent the' New Mr Wilkinson of Ocala .! Mrs. N. N. Strlngffllow, In flower arrangements, and the She wa a member of the Alliance II TransferIs

'4 t mYletted I:? his 'parent, Mr Year's holiday with .her par- HALF PRICE DREW CLEAR.; 'I Dothan. Ala. last Thursday refreshment table was overlaid; I Church of MorrUtown.. PHONE 47' .IR IIKIEVTONE

an4. 'Mri: |U. O.' Morrlnon. ttitiMr.. and Mr*. C. S. Bow A.NCK: _Thu,.. I Kri.., Hal. 'at< I and Friday I with a white linen cloth aivij I N. J. Completed HEIGHT'
: "A, :)!''John- M, Millar"' ',return. er*.' in Fort' Lauderdala.Mr LEILA'S. Mr, and Mrs.! Guy Edwardiof I centered with a crystal punch I,; :Surviving Is one daughter, \
::t t4 to. Mather 'lAir Force, Base.. 'Paul naymond U' vlnlttnif I I Jacknonvllle: were Saturday bowl. Crystal trays and compotes Mrs. Oliver W. Johnson of The Florida Public Utilities ''af11 -
,JI\1 '''California '01Tuelday'; '' her sister; Mrs Bertha ''Mr*.'C. D. Williams .la visitIng I visitors of :Mr, and Mrs\ David I held cake squares, couk-: Jacksonville;; one stepson. Lev- Commission! has transferredthe TncACUNEa.. AND TRASH.
Mr and Mr !
:"t'l"' fiiiodlng.l the holiday* Lanii. who 1 II confined In Billy Clarkin I Browning. lira, nuts and mints. lie Wood Ventura Calif: three'' certificate of public convenience We Ii AVE GOT
: wtlJ1 hl.,'.lfe and children( al Betltaada Hospital/ I at Delray Bau Gain-for a month., Bobble Sue Bark>dle en- Among the 00 couples attending half brothers. and one half ulster of
't Mrs. J.. R., Kite and Mr. p trrtalned a few Mends .at a I '! and necessity ALSO A BCD. oncaacN.. on. COT
'of her Mr ; ,
tha home ,, parent, Beach! following a heart attack this delightful affair Starke Telephone Co. to Independent .
nd'.Mr'a.'B" ;, ,t... Matthews.. Htlsrf ; D. ,rancher visited, Mr and umber, theater and plz .. I those from: out-of-town were' Kunernl services were held W( HAVf DI,.HCa. AND GLASSWARE
Telephone Corp. a'
'{ :''VMttd' his;, parent, Mr, Mr. and Mr. RaymonJRlefanelll Mrs; Bryan. Whltfleld. inCampvlUa. party last Friday nkenshlp evening. Mr, and Mrs. Fred OraveaMrs. 'nit 2pm. Thursday in Jane. '', one of the filial moves In reorganizing -, A arovE OR TWO.
Sunday I
kncof Mrs, 9- M. Miller of Los Angeles\ on Muse W. &: MrCall. :Mfr and I Memorial Chapel with Rev i .
: ',lW. ;.nd Mrt. W. II. NoeNeltttrg'Jewetl Calif havft moved back to Risky ..Edward la ,confined has been added to( the clerical: Mrs. Ben Overatrrct :'011'. and [Gordon. Elliott of Jackson ,I, the company.The : SOMETHING/ TO CAT WITH.'

Nongcl. and ')41''ilnd'Mra. Florida and arc vtHltliin/ hl I Is wUb.,1UUIrlJCI. staff at the law office of Mr. Roy UiGranger and son. iville. J. T. Quigley of Starke. ,';i. commission previously ,I, AND A POT TO MAKE: TEW.A .

: Maxle Carter. Jr:'.'all parents. Mr and Mr. Henry I ,Mr.iand Mr. Charlie Cow I I Thomas and Pierre. Mr. and :Mrs Edward Romine and' l Fred Hasher of Park-of- approved liquidation of Starke I .REFRIGERATOR:. HERE.: '
e<<\I.8tatke and Mr,,and blre. 8f.40la..lII.. I i I en ,and.family, were in Hunts- Mr, and Mrs. James Brown, and family Mt and Mrs I the.Palm. officiating. Burlap Telephone Co. into Inlrpcnd- A
1 The certificate WASHER THERE.
W. P.V:'Joyce of Tallahasseepent Mrs. Joe Wilson and Mr. ,i villa AJa.lat week vtiJUiigME of Oalnrsvllle were Tuasdity Clarence Burgess. all of Braden ,,was. in the Keystone Heights,, ent Telephone.
,> 'the weekend ,at the Virginia Bmlth spent last and Mrs C.- H. Coweiv. and Wednesday visitors .lant ton; Mr and Mrs. W. E.: ''Cemetery: under direction of authorizes telephone service In A BEAT UP DAVENPOHT.

Korirrl/ tamp In the Scrub. Monday to Friday In Miami I They, visited Mill, Louis week of Mr. and Mrs Logan McCall Jr. of Fahokee, Alex (DeWItt C. Jones Funeral Home. i, certain areas of Bradford' and OR. A BROKEN DOWN CHAIR1' '
: MA,( d.Mr.. A. L. Drlgger with' Mr. and Mrs. Howu/ Johns Uv .Marietta.. 0.? rn- Baldwin. McCall. Mr. and :Mri. Chapman 1 I I' Clay counties.
or tl"', Butler and Mr. and Moradock Jr. They attended rout. hornet David Wainwright was con. stirs' F. II. Ware, and CARD OF THINKS" WE HAVE JUNK Or ALL. KINDS' )

: fcMni.. J. ::11, rumlemon and son the Orange Bowl game and; Mrs; Barney MrRae return trued.. In St. Vincent's Hospital Miss Shirley Ware all of I I 'I cnmcii OF GOD FROM NEAR AND .PROM. .PAR..
1 Our heartfelt thank to the 412 N. St. Clan 81.
of Gainesville were Sunday parad*. ..d Wednesday from a week' from Monday to Wednesday Jacksonville! ... \ SOMETIME,,, .ROWBOAT.Cm .
vfxltors'pf/ Mr and' Mn. J, R Local admittances to Doc.tor' visit with Mr. and Mr. Al I where. he underwent*oral surgery. >i their many friends kind and and; relatives comforting for l Sunday School. 10 ..In I f .MATM: ?A CAR..
Kelly. Hospital week In. Harley III at Merrltt!' Itland.Mr Methodist WSCS
this I Morning Worship 11 a. m
words of
HALF TRICK DKESH CLEAR. sympathy for thefloral
: *. N. M. Davis and Beth IP WK: DON'T HAVE IT HERE.
Mr, and Mra. Kwell Lawson elude Paul Buran, Htarlco
: \ : ANTE; _Thur., Frl.. Rat.'! at I Wesleyan Guild offerings and food. To I Evening Service 7:30: pm. T-
'entertained' .. at a blrthdi} Mrs. Anita StarlingLawtey.. MIJlon't.tl' Mrs. P. E. Stone LUUVS. Dr, Felon, and Staff and !>t. PE each Wednesday, 7:30: p. WE: WILL TRY AND SET IT.
: party Now.. Year's nlhl' few and Mrs, Franeea I B.!: Oreen I and Miss Mamie Anderson In Set
Archer on Tuenday and Wednesday ,I ;Mi-s. R. 8. Mullliu. Mr.[ Joint MeetingThe Witt C. Jones Staff we are m. Prayer Meeting Friday Oft. IP YOUR CAT NEED CLOTHE
-. their son,. Jimiaj1, who waocJebratlmr Lake Butler 7:30
: p-m. L. S. WUUam
Nelson Queen Mrs. Alice An- deeply grateful. The Llazy :McKinney
of lAst week. : Wa WILL TRY TO PIT IT.
hi* tint birthday. Mra. J. W. Terry and Mn I|, dm'don. and Mrs. C. C. Joh,% Methodist WSCS ant! Family, pastor.
Fire.-.oouplrs ,helped Jlnunj Colin Terry of Luke city ere ,. Mrs. Edward Burn and attended/ the Gainesville dle II Wesleyan Service Guild win' ,
celebrate the occasion. Vlsttinr Mr*. Walls Upwy! I Mrs. W, R.: Scotfginn/ attended held a Joint meeting on Tue.. '
trlet executive board merlin .
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a MI'.l1d; *' Mr. Hugh Chaw and Mr.*. Foster 81U Smith to. the staff meeting cf the Santa' of the Wesley Service Guild I day evening, Jan. 14. at 8 p. m mmmmmmvam ms amc aaaa -

lit'';Rkti.WM>d. N. J. wars last day I Fe Library Region/ in G.tnesI I at the!' First Methodist Cliuic.l m. In Fellowship lIall.I .
a Thursday visitors of their vlll on Wednesday J I Featured IJI'aker"It\ be
Mr. and Mra. C. B. Strick 'I In Gainesville Sunday after
Auntj Mra. Etta: .Hoover land of Bant Htarke havo Little Linda Badgrtt has Miss: Fannl Evelyn: De-war! of

"'Mr. and Mm Charles Ood.. rented the Thomas house, at 1 t I been confined with iwaslrt.Mr I noon.Mrs.. Sarah Hunter and Oreen Cove Springs, a retired ANOTHER SERVICE
Trey and daughter. of Wash. 637 N. Walnut street *. Cecil Anderson of Laak.l daughter. Souls visited relative f mlMlonary and medical nurse

a irmtcn. Oa. pent the weekend, Mr. and Mrs. W Hi; Adams ,. City was a Monday visitor ,ofMC. 'In Atlanta. Oa. durtnv. who will show slides of Burma
: with Mr. and Mra. Tyler. and daughter of .Pen"ac.la and Mrs O. U C(>(>te,. the holldny Banta vtllV\ return and Barwak.
:,on... Sunday yueit! of Mr. have moved to 137: W. Waohinaton Mr, and Mr. Herbert Gieen'' to Plorldit-SouUiem college on Guild members will meet at

, .and Mra. Jones were Mrs, Street." Mr. Adams l I... I i I vialted" Mr., .and Mr*. Fro 1 i iBiicll Jan." 14.Mrs. ., 7:30: p. m. In the hall for a
f : Lloyd Hcrrtn and Mrs. Alton the new dnittlst at In Wayervss Ua. on Hat j' A. D Martin and short business meeting before FORBRADFORD
I 1'JaBlnbotliam' of Callahan. Drug Store Andl'.w'l I urd.,. "I daughter of Oret Cove. 1 the general meeting..

,.71.1 I Bpi hiss.' and !Mrs\ Fronto1WlMctham i I
of Wildwood were Beta Sigma Phi
"$* : T-,' .
1 New Year's day Guests of Mr
; 'The$ W B. Alexander To Meet MondayBeta COUNTY

Cot lflIPUD ty Slate Bank of Starke hiss Marie Cheater. return Sigma Phi sorority wtll I

.. ed Sunday to Bt. Vincent'sSchool
", t- of Nursing Jukaon meet Monday\ .1_". 13 at f

8TAKKE, FI.OItlDAIIK8OURCBS ', vllle, after apendin Christmas\ p m at the home of Mrs.Mead .
a > Lewis with Mrs.. J.V
vacation with her mother BYTerwillegar
I Mrs, Frank Marker and family Shiner as co-hmtesa.

t J sT:11'iENT' ; OF COM(>I TION( DEC. :ai. maI I I (f..

, Mrs. Witkovski 78 RUM s......... 1Ia1t",1 -
I IA11II.ITiFS I I I : .
Tpe.Tjs4n Typewelt.ePens.
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4f Of Lafayette La.
I : Crab Ar. front fUaka .3t..3.a4 1..It.. . 1.1I1I.IU.1's t raawr. Ir: Motors
Dies December 27 Rlab.aa T... TCLFGIUtPtl: \
: 1!.. a, d... B.esnrlllw.. 1.1''I4''S'
t 1'r. ,..
t a.a.d rat. 4..,.It.11l ,
S 'a Berth Wltkovskl. 7,*
! ......" .. t"-at. i.Mt.SM.l, Mr* .
X 1'aFllal ntorh 1F."u" l 1--................0Otkvr .... of Lafayette. La. died Drcenv
A Ii5' .b.u."S.. .*' ber 21 alter an extended. /ill.IMM A COMPLETE
".rpl.. . . 53SOd.N ... She was the widow ut ConsultCharley
i......... ifrnMeTowitMl 1.44f.MUt Ibe late( LeoVUov! at' and

: Ea' ,.1 '. I V'adltkk. ... rruni. . ao.4i..... the ut..rln-Uw. cl Mr*. KMt .
...' Meaj Estate<: 4ISL8t Mun. *"* of BUike.NU .

.. '' '''Rea.arv.s. \: .* .I.MI.I. Nestle Arcoual . 11.llt.lt : *resident. WiUovtlil of tI was Tr"a..lifelong and.! Auto Body Paint & Trim Shop

w MBBSMBMtlMM) w.* a member ol the .atO
..".. 'V. ''' TOTAL U." ,IWUO ".1 TOTAL! I3.040.8M.90! .Mx.. "l.ve La.u,. Altar 8oeleu. >> ,1
,,( .. $ INCLUDING
..*..1.[ She U aurrUed 'tv Hue E.Johns

ant l,,,ula Witkowski and .

4t6fiMUlR" ; 'Or'EDKIC.DEI'OSIT! I INSUKANCK COKIHKATIONSUrkr'i ) Paulvukev\ kl. both of La.fa.Up .
. ': and Albert WUko'*.&> Seat Covers-Upholstery-Convertible
Ot Cunk.: La.IUIl.n Tops
Mid abet tKU Duration
\ eerrlcts wetC
Krirodly !IUnkM.. '
at a I a. m. Mass, on & turdA) "I I know that ind ndrnt
am 'p
tve. 1In SI anevlevCatrtclk ,Insurance IS NOW OPEN AND READY TO SERVE YOU
'IfRF.CTOR. OFFICERS 4. EMPLOYEES: : CImrrh. Birl.l wa xmt -run
',' tn th* 81 J.hn* Cetnetary In choiin' po.u.I..S aced ea.dovwtaeals -

II. II. Adams. M. 1>. S. E. :Simmofl Chairman .f f Board Lafayette (froan easy

tE. CharUx E. Johns rr*IIW.iit Smoking Fixture V......,."," I. bM fit Alactlesl. Battered, Bent, Scratched or Cashed We'll Give Your CarA
M. lirlnaonJ'ctt I
.. eeeda. He U also
Norman It. \Villia, K\ff. 1'. I'. Summons Fire Body Like New .
G. fr" .. ria'' (rM hl.. cheat.b "
S KrleM. M. D.
,..., F.. .M. KrlnRon.. Vk* I President' I Truck Sunday ..* elm... Is 'aaoraaee

I : Char!. E. J..ha. from '. local 1 Independent ALL MAKES-ALL MODELSFREE ESTIMATES
(;. S. N.wr mb.' C.* >l.r.Margartl TKe fit. drpertment. made
attest .... C'eMpetUl. Lapit.
hells V. Kni.ht I. .MilWr... Aiw'1. CaahUrJean" sine rail Ihtin we.k. vhM_ % a MODERN
fKsorrwvnt 'trill' r."lint I .final "u.aln1 ear. -
J IAU. O.. S. ... TelWr
: S. Mundy awthl the and "u oftr4" betThe 'eraser

; : ........"f. l'IItC'k.r. ll.ad Dwlk..per' no' .a....... rH Charley E. John With R'TERWILLEGAR
t I. D.. I II. Odors _
sowNma nsU.rw tag anthe
I S 1"\f111 Welch I3e.&kt.p.r"' Imas. 08\n. sand b1.", Agency

9 I\, s. E. SlWKMMSNorraaa Marsilk' 0-...... ......... ..1"" father Monty and U ...Ud. PIIO.NK M&- II MOTORS: R :i

H. Willie rev the corn** .! W aao. ant( : i
t. CJcooaa >teajee. Uritemr ( 131 S. Wal.., St. "
.. Madlen 1 St Tie OreOiL
piano at S Je a. M on Monday

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D.\r, .r.\X. 9. 1001 ItR.\ FORn ('OCNTY TF.I.F.OR1'11. I'T.\RKF.. n.oitm. -- rAW--THREIV:

Licenses loser 'h', w,-,.k 'I 1'"h' i ."< ".' K"hi>rt.! !M I 'l.i.ksonWaldron,, ,. 17 Starke mi,' MarlYvoniti -

]Local AttorneyIs Marriage )" Ion-- I:> si!u-k. .,,01 i \ )u.) ,11,1', c 'hl\rh. ( ovmRton >>nVIIIIIm Thornton 23,

SpeakerFor The Briulfn' Count lUtlfiC: Robe, r""ut\\ I 11, lIt l''',, .' :rv( .. i,.' tlm"net Ruby Lee i Stark
9d t JuniorVomen f 1 >fflc issued three marriage U-

Gene" Shaw. local attorney

Gladys :Mooty\ spoke on "Why Women Should i THE EnD IS nEAR
Have Wills" at the January
Phone: 964-0651:> meeting of the lumoi! Worn

an's Club Monday evening at

Elizabeth Roberta McGee Becomes Bride the club house A brisk ques.
tlon and answei period followed .
Of Michael Goldwire In Ocala RitesMiss his talk. ( STA&KEFLA.

-. Mrs Randal Chitty presr ROBBINS (WORTH'S)
Elizabeth Roberta McGee t dent presided at the business .
of Ocala became the brideof meeting Mrs George Roberts L ,
Michael McDaniel Ooldwlre !, reported that 43 gifts were .. t 111 E. CALL ST. r r u"I}" '{ p'4'
of Starke in a beautiful dou- V 'r collected for the adopted girls -j L'du tl.lilll. t

ble-ring wedding ceremony in Sunland Training Center in 6J
performed Saturday evening Gainesville and :Martanna The
Dec 28 at 8 o'clock In the xTfr gifts to Sunland In Gaines.
First Presbyterian Church. yule were delivered" by Mrs Ar r

Ocala. Rev. Fled F. Turner Rcberts and Mrs Buck Gill. GOING Our OF BUSINESS
and Rev. David! F. Bridgeman They reported a most rewarding '
performed the nuptials. visit with the girls there
The bride Is the daughterof !Mrs Chitty requested that:
Mr and :Mrs. Robert Janus each" member plant a tree this
McOee of Ocala. and the : J month perferably" on Arbor
bridegroom 1* the son of Mr. Day, The club will also: replant
and :Mrs. Gilbert N. Ooldvilrf where needed their! +
of Starke. acre of pines this month. The
The church was decorated date will be announced later
with ascending candelabras Mrs Dewayne Elder an- .
behind bank of Ivy. and Ivy nounced the workers for The < v
entwined columns. A red and Thrift Shop this month Te: ,.. CEDWi Ftiv / a j

white floral arrangement was Mrs. A. Q. Smith. Jan. 11: .,r ': ..'" /p t lrw.
in the foyer of the church. ., i :Mrs l Irvan Covln ton. Jan. 18 ..... 4 aoa
Music was provided by Mrs.J p Miss Sally Sink. Jan 25.
: W. Mrdearls. soloist who ,.p.pw A delightful! social hour followed 1LJ-

sang! "Ave :Maria" and: the meeting with Mrs.
"Through the Years." and by Tom Casey financial chair _
J. W. Medearls. soloist, who man. conducting a surprise

sans "Because" and "The raffle Mrs.' Harold Godwin ,-, : ..... ... "t.. tt FURTHER PRICE
Lord1 Prayer." Mr. and :\11'.$. won the Kromex: tray. Hostesses "
for .. T -. v "" '\.. '1 .
Ml'dearllare brotherinlawand u' the evening were Mrs I.. -- "-
q ""'
trh ,
sister of the hiicle/ t A. Q. Smith. !Mrs Erwin': Andrews. \, j .... .. REDUCTIONS:
George Patten Jr.'ot Starke Mrs. Harry Tyson and Miss Mary Noegel Weds \V. B. McNeillIn I '. .\ I .

served as bent man and theushf'rs Mrs. Al Gregory December 22 LADIES
St. Mark's Church. it ..A _,., .".,. ...,_.._ .,

III of were Starke.Freeman and Register Edward FebruaryVedding Miss Mary Elisabeth Noegel. bilclnl' attendants The I line I I H:6:II..". / Mn, ,

Moore and Stephen L. Helge- I daughter of\.lr!\ and Mrs W stood In front. of the fireplace DRESSES
For Miss HutchisonAnd lung Skreve
mo of Gainesville. Tony "; II. Noegel" of Starke b""amtthe where the mantel held a fan-' ,R SIMHITSHIRTS{ B

Turner of Ocala served as Wallace Wise bride of Willie B. McNVIll. shaped arrangement of glnnt Further Reductions t If/ HIRT
junior usher.. son of Mr and Mrs W B. McNrlll mums pompoms and gladioli
The bride given in mar- Miss Linda Marie Hutch- of Qulncy. In a beautiful Interspersed. with greener
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tinge by her father chose for eson daughter of Mr anal wedding ceremony performed Candle boards holding ltiihtr-1 3 Price Groups l\ 134. 1
her wedding a formal gown of Mrs. C C Hutcheson of 'II by Rev R E. MacBUln In the taper were used"" on either' 94c
white peau taffeta. The empire Slarke. and Wallace A. Wise, St. Mark's Episcopal Church. side of the mantel and magnolia "L
bodice was designed with son of Mr and Mrs C. L Wlsj I I Blil rkf'', on Sunday evening I! leaves formed the back $$3--$4.$5$ $ .ter $2.51)
a scoop neckline and elbow ''of Klngsley\ Lake111 bi |I Dec. 22 at 7 p. m. ground.' /
length sleeves, and was undr united in marriage Frd! i The church was! lovely with1 I A candle tree entwined with .
scored by an overlay of Chantilly .evening Feb 14. at 8 p. m. In1 I two altar vases! of white stock smilax was the focal point In
( II.\$ !}:
lace. The lace extended I ''the the lounge where coffee and 1 '
'over matching chiffon with First Baptist Church. and carnations, with fern SAVINGS TO 70%
onto the slim skirt and war neck, sleeves, and Starke i balls on either aide of the punch were served. The roundtables t
finished with scallops In &. featuring back chiffon panel A reception will be held In altar, against a background of were oveilalii with SPECIAL GROUP
tunic effect. A bouffant Her headpiece was of matchIng 1 the educational building., of: palms and< M"ton-br.nch can-I I while satin floor length cloths., ** ssstaj
chapel length train fell from I rose lace with a short sequined | the church after the cere- delbra holding burning tapers i draped with garlands of
lame butterfly bow at the 1 smllax and caught at Interval
a veil. Both mothern I mony.I The pews' were marked by, )
waistline. Her fingertip: veil orchid I No invitations are belni I white satin bows '. i I' with nosegays plnnochlo $ f
cymbidium cor-
of illusion was attached to a ,j sages.wore I sent but all friends and relatives i,' prays of huckleberry 'IIU'I I mums, puffs of nylon tulle, \ $200 DRESS I'SLACKS'J

small crown of seed pearls I Following the wedding a reception of the couple are invite gladioli bltMsoms. I and loops of narrow satin rib. '
She carried a white Bible top. to attend.jSenior I Mrs. Milt Selgler. on.nlat.1rtondrr..d I i bons.I ,
JX'd'Ith' red roues. was held! at the OcalaPioneer nuptial music while|I 'The bride's tatU was overlaid 1'.tiUI''I'11: .....914 a '
Garden Club'hl"re VE
MIN Judle Cooper of Orlando I: the mantles of the room were ( Citizens I the guests ...*.mbll'd. and accompanied with an Imported linen $$284 Jo f $584 |
11111&1011'1.1.& W.\'IIT: TU
served as maid of hon. I' d"l'nratl'd'Ith red and white < Mrs. Vernon Rtod.//I rloth "with, Insets of Alenron .
or and the bridal attendantswere (Board Plans I dish soloist who sang lace over a floor length whlt;
Mrs. O I* M fert Jr, of flower arangements with 11I Wedding Prayer I IFr.nk satin skirt This was centeredby 11111' :1 (011 1 cw) 11.HI'. : : IU:M.: V\I.IKS; : TO 'I2.Uri :
I veird' magnolia leaves. The Club; Activities
Ocala. Mrs. Charles II. Welchof a four-tiered wedding take *!
bride's table was centered witha Ingram of Qulncr I (cau\'r: 1'.1I.t1Es: .,.,., '
BI hopvll1e, S. C., and. MrsRobert I which outlined wld* "
three-tiered clover leaf cake i The Executive Board of the served .. best man, and the was by a :.
'Johr ton of Atlanta ruffle nylon tulle!' Mlnla..
ushers were" Rinse Fletcher:
decorated with red roses. The Senior Citizens Club met nt Children{
O Irene Turner served as lure cascades of a Boy Ivy Pants
t brides' bouquet' decorated the the home of the president Al Dnncsn Fletcher' and John, atephanolia
Junior bridesmaid. Adrlajina cake table, and the attendants' Nichols Monday night Those. Kinney and Larry )\igrl served -1'1' and shower of narrow astir r- SOX 1.94 to 2.8419c
flower girl and I rIbbons fell sidesof
Barry was softly on "
as acolytes. l
bouquets were used on the attending from Keystone ? \P;
Drew Barry was ring bearer. punch tables. |,I area were Joe Kerrigan, Mr. The bride given In mar- the cake extending. from They:! are the children fo I>rand I' top of ait. archwayof
i I The young couple left on aI and Mrs Joe Drlscoll. Mr nags by her father ws radl-l I
Mrs. A. J. Barry of Starke. ant In a gown of white antlque -1 Illusion undrr 'which" stood Cw as
I wedding trip to South Florida Elvn: Scott.! Mr and Mrs
The bridal attendants were a small bride and groom. Th .etnA' -_.....
and after January 18 wilt bIn '" Arthur Lockwood. II R., Barnes .Un. fashioned with ai ....
gowned alike In drrasea of red ; Baltimore. Md. where Mr and Mrs F P. Egan. Other scoop: neckline and a fllt..dbodlrl' rake warn flanked by threebranched "- lloysi tfJfJ4C ..

taffeta designed with scoop Ooldwlre will attend sn Army officers are Edward Firth attached to. aemUi.: silver eandelabea WESTERN JEANS . MenWORK
neckline and short sfrevev ; .special training school for treasurer who to out of town fitted skirt which swept Into! centered with an rpergruholding 184 -
The street length sheath skirl three months. and Jerry Stafford, secretary a full chapel train. Th dress miniature 'while" carnation SHIRTS
featured a bouffant overskirt was >llqud In Alencon lace> and cotton top: tomes
i Among the out-of-town of SUrke apt Illu/ 'han.b.y
floor length and: Smlla used around llu r .
which was j Dr. designs and outlined with was' ,
guests were and Mrs. A Plans for club activities
draped In front from a flow I, seed psrla. Th long sleeves I ruffle of the take. .. 94.Men =
J. Barry and daughter. Terry during 1 lit.I4 were mad, wIt 1 ,, ing bow at the waistline Th Mr and Mrs. Freeman lies-In special attention given to the terminated Into point over1; Silver trays, outlined by rut- ,w
honor attendant canted a ter n, Freeman Register III Jan 14 meeting 'when" the the wrists. Her fingertip veil, flea of smllas were draped. *
colonial bouquet of white carnations Belle. Ann and Sandra Regis Stark club will entertain ra- of bride' Illusion was attached around the table! with spray fikfr" "CilrU' \ DUNGAREES $I 88
centered with red ter. Mr and Mrs C. T- Wade talks Senior CUlsens at a to a tiara of Alenoon. lace of miniature cat nation., nylon' :
roses and the attendants car Mrs, Ruth Johnson and son. covered dish supper In the *mbrow>' red In crystals ..tai..1) puff and ribbons caught tin j/COATS JACKETS Illu, |) nlm.Men ,
tied! 'colonlal bouquets of whit Ernest all of surke. Mr and Stark Womsn's Club at a 30 seed parla. Her gown was daumnd #-;; the smilas rrraltng a scalloped -
carnations.Mrs. Mrs J Asher Ooldwlre.! Miss The many merchants and and made by her aunt, effect / VAI.I.'KH: : TO $ 2.914
McGee chose for her Elisabeth O<>ldw.tre. Miss Adj business people of Htsrke.' who Mrs Edmund: Davis of Orlando Th brki*'s book table. wan *
daughter' wedding street Barnes, and Mrs." AIm. Hardy have assisted with the rlub The bride rartl.-d. decorated' with thre-bran $3..q.$4.$5$ $ SHORTSBRIEFS
length dress of powder blue of Wsyrros. Os. Mr and program will be recognized at cascade, bouquet of lllls-of *d Candelabra rmlrr& by F 38C
crepe with matching accessories. Mrs. U T Taylor of Fitzgerald. this time the taller, steprtanotla. snj two lace wedding bells barked: '

Gs, Mr and Mrs Dale! E I puff of nylon tulle Inter by a fluffy bow of satin rib- ClrU;1 ,, T.SIIiRTSDRESSES
M... Ooklwlre! attired In tows and tulle' Palms and
was Fisher and family of Cora St. l1ark'Vomen I prrsed with sprara of sstlnleaves n
a sheath of dusty rOAe lace Gables. with red poo.arla, ends! other gr >*nry .toler."cf
:Meet At (Home centered with a whit catuly'! throughout in* rcpuonronm

Woodmen's Circle WMU Board Of :Mrs. MacBlain i orchid Mrs Jack Ooodson .*.-.*dj& i MMM* Martha Weldon .",1 C CIIOICK: Or

Met Tuesday Is EntertainedAt as m.1'0101 honor wartnj I! Judy LMawyr kept the K.NTIUK: tTOCK r
Th Woman Auiiliary of a OiruiaM red i'tt ttrtfl t>rlo>'* br>ok and Mr. Charter. ;
Woodman's Circle No. 271 Buffet Supper 8t Mark's CpUropal Churcnmet "length dream ..lth. oaoopneckline C. John and Mr Blank, and

met Tuesday night at the Mrs tfGr",n entertained the, twin at 1 :10 of p Mrs m R Monday C. Use at! pin bar hat 8M with wore a abort maUhlns oil Mo.l Mrs. Hn. rut Rowland Uv< bftrf and'* take Mr< \- $$100| $$200 (Mklren& .

home of Mrs. Joe Psulk. wits th* executive board of the Slain with/ Mrs Clyde B and ranted a whlu fur muff R. K. MMBIoun ci0d a' SHOES
Mrs.. Helen Billy', district man. First Baptist Church WMUt TrrwUI*.ar Jr pre*dln' to which was attached a spf a; ,, th* coffr oarvir and. Mrs + ,,.. '

abet, as special 1\Il'It a baUd supper last Friday Mrs. Oorte Wlnklr was of rd' row. Kenneth OrWr and Mrs ,.: l r MOIL i c K
Mrs. Ira Wilson and Mrs. evening st her horn on N. named slur chairman to sue Th bridal atlnvl.nU WIDiaat Carter paired. punch \ E::sItIF:1Tt'K:
teed 1 Mrs Matt! Oah..an ",
Benton Putch were nominated Walnut Street wa-e Seism $o...l p.ta rnhrs scalding in anvlnt 0 >1 .
captains of two teams for get- Th buffet table! was covered who will mriUnu to tetve InIn ).Ic Vetll. and Worm>> J,sOr .1! WM Mr OMtrt* M.Ifr Mr.
tint old and nsr nvtnixrj to with a p nk linen cloth .dri ory capacity *n*, ware f9rva lo>ntlfalt \ Jul.." fleduWr.* Malltc I $200 $$250 $300
attend th* meeting Th nest and centered with! an srrp The annual pariah meeting thaI of th* honor atln4 OW>***n Mr r>*.. p.oUM 1
misting will b* held, Turvday.. .fm.nt of pink raa was held at 10 p m Wed ant and tarred \\dtonUI.l <. A J Berry Mr*. A. r i
flanked br three-branch ns lar with Ain MwsrdBums ....
Feb 4. at the horn of Mrs. ean. muffs drorst4" will rue earner Mr Hawton "
Wesley Andrew*. "Libra. holding whit and and Mrs T>r "1ll.i/ Urs. Xontl ehah for hratching Mr "*&....'<< .mover tp.r*. serving, as ho tH_ for thecovered daughter's seddrne. a twlh4Mrm. fMn Clark, Trrry H.rry -'. .
dlah *v9t> T Ise. lrk.t drew .1&11 Ka'h'n' -... .J..sM. 1UKa I :
Mrs Kenneth OrUJ r and wte.arwie+. esaipte. MM Mary "'-I l .... c; n.. f) i c; KKM : C'lWIC.t/ ; : ENTIIF( :

FOR Mrs R Ondrr will *rrv* am. _&.-d *rut a r Il.h s .nil" O U $... ry and Mr J W :: I UK: tffU('" ,I N T 1 lL K t
WATCH : tie al&.r11....**. and ala .
TE[MITtS Mr. M< .. hntt*- far U>* choir dur- LADIES Z\IENS SHOES
groom.. .a. attired M a ewer After .s ar.ur $
ANNUALLY tn t February U<. sheaths dress slUt snatcharv s",. gw tm. Iw tNiiss: SHOES $114' +
c- Do.for- Uw annual InC aetm.ori.a $'he _.11 I kit a*> a ten day .........
Dbw.s.n sweeten w. held M '*Ud ,..Uhrs artn.il M trap \a Wn rSarvU attsrtssrii A + $$384 to $$584
Jack anttn, Jan M-M w. shade. of T'UD*, they *r. r>.fclu>< at sit NIII/34 TIL.tTrIIPIt.Y HOI.
.b* Mrs vrtnfetr Mr .Ter- A r.r.plM_ was hM' it Uv '. >W* :$4. T.*.._ TV ( : / t fl I* TO 1t.f4
Owr/tIK U>.ar and Mr Noted .n.tt Ibs e where th* g.e+ yirnrMIU.IOH Tw.s..tth. Wn. James Ireeted Irr. Mrs pteeW. a..tsds grew .*4 wet rt; 10 I'lT YOU .,
kJthar .. .I&*rna.*.. a amid Mrs .floStaKaeght M6rpeey aee.w.fW. ea.rapae- lo
( Mrs' *lMkh* r and Mrs aaridteN, III.... ,.. messed. with a y.*.. clod> $784 $484

Daunt .I.... MtRs. S. M. A..tsae ...,... Mn ...,. the fwde said bee.w -kI ot..swee
far the r.w-IY A... .--. these pareN" and. the ThbrU* sUInd4 th.. Veilaeatt ;
of 'feaee. .aee. .not
Florida Pest Control cry -..1ill. Ur pas1.A. ..*.. t_ ,../. at l*>* B>M
,. Luncheon U Set .
Srt_101 ta.Iera.ei .a Aarr-.
Refe.ws...e4a ...,. aee.d ,Next Thurfl.yBy MB*. X C ttt to y*-*.Uri ai
st t** cto tt *O- xtuag M 'I i awstkra. ltlkMM at th* F9t}

tin 11+....,.., I lAdy Golfer ,, ..........
Phone Mr W..$,... et1a.w4 4I+ 1 1II l I E. CALL ST.

Ttw a..f- Ontf AMKrlaUswl *r ,*.*. ais..Mi _. rw, itt R o bbW( or th's) STARKE FLA.rnln .
't; 964-3965 Cass ra6I J'_ (t..sRasa. wtA .haal a laaarbeS -thss/ M ti.nr_ wtt ka.* fUr
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'with a hundred routine bills :_;. NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED

Commissioners the lock on the County Jail I Bradford Farming I

had a ten-year checkup and it ,

.,,(Continued from Tune One) cost the County 1488. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYSPECIAL

Manly Jail Works of Dalton. AsI I SEE IT
The main function ot the* Ga. Kent a man down to doctor ;

'nurse will bt bedside care at the lock. A check with SheriffP. I NOTICE ference will be held each Saturday

home. She will check on pa- I>. Reddish revealed that it __ By Phil Oonkhlto I II Mt. Nebo Baptist Church night before the 4th

tients at home and teach families was Just a "ten-year checkup"and I Sunday In each m<:>nth at 730
to care for the person whoIs nothing serious was wrong has changed its services from Betty Jean Smith reporter
I The agricultural potential of. the first and third Sundays to
ilL "Otherwise, Covlngton except that one of the doors __ _
said "the patient would haveto didn't lock too weU. I 1 ; __ I Bradford County far surpassesthe the second and fourth Sundays I TI1UUSTOV; ELEMENTARYDear :

be doctor for of each month. Morning patrons and friends
near a super-i Th. automatic lock I is imagination and with the

Tlsion .or either stay in the hos .powered from the outside lever-I ?ff cooperation of the farmers in services begin with church I Will you please attend YOU"
I school at 0:43: a. m.. Supt. PTA
pital. Jail and one of the : meeting at the school
this area lead the
.. f can
Prrvatt lie-elected COuilrntunCommlsnlon. I gotten loone BO a door wouldn't Phillip Alexander in charge Monday night Jan. 13. at i

.Chairman Carl !cloae ton well. "It had to be "'. I, Of Florida in quality produce. j Morning Worship. 11 a. m.1 o'clock. There! is important

Prevatt was re-elected chairman fixed" Reddish said.! The outside .... In order for this to become with !the Deacons In charge. business to be acted upon

of tho board. with Com- lever locks and unlocks I i tVM # .. \.._. I Ior a reality we must coordinate Evening servlcs 6 p. m. Th, May we expect you?-:Mrs. L

'missioner" Johns as vice-chair- all the doors. i >-- 1. '''' '''",' ,I our thinking and long-range pastor. Rev Richard Harrison Brown president; Mrs

'.IIlan. Other Action. I I-i ..- .' ". ,",..'. planning. There are many.be'' will deliver the message.A I Thelma Clark secretary, MrsS.

Commissioner Jessie Cha.- The Commission. voted to put 4.'M- I .. ''; specialized items that can hearty welcome 1 is extend. C. Price teacher.
''tain :J' "EI raised: in this area. that will ed to all Deacon J. W
: was vlce-chulrman lust.. Mrs. RoMa Plnholnter 81, on I : rlr.i /--
set from other locali-
year and was nominated for the the County welfare rc-l" and I T *. ,.. : us apart Clark chairman.: Deacon Van- to llu- <..inplHlnt''' nn. 'II,.. Plait! ,
"position again this year but pay 9SO:; a month of her nursing r fir ......;. N'tii tiex. Co Mitchell clerk: Mrs. JanieS. tlff'a Artornr) //In.". 'She seconded the nomination of __ : .. :z:. j,, ...-" :, In working with the Extension : -j II Mitchell reporter.CLCB firwfn. "HtarkiPlorlilH. .."01 mth .
home bill here. Mrs. Plnholster -- 'n I IMan..U I Ii officinal, In the nfflrp of
John. and voted for: him to receive -has been a resident of Brookerfor l loads l teed cart from 8-toi tank' Department we are going NEWS | !'U
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Ayer i to try to offer a. plan to the nr Y>*fnr* the Srcl) dot of, Kehriiarv.
the honor most of her life. : Puts The Workers Club of Mt. | I 1904.!I ....... .
Cage Laying Plant Egg at his new rare-laying plant south of Htnrkc. .\t right. Ayer |growers in this urea as to varieties I .th. thi allrRuHorn
H. V. Knight was reappointed Clerk Darby reported buying I Nebo Baptist Church will meet nf .,.101| Complaint, will >
County Attorney for the low-bid machineand 'rldi--.. cart dawn row ot (caff. at rate that permit him to planting d.i'.ea, and at 4 p. m. Sunday at the home I takon HI t.urifi. ****!! )>>' y"" u.
a adding I Thin' notlrf hull l tp ..."II.h..1,l ln
coming invited the Commission I II fwd :l1. M birds In an hour's time. 'I harvesting.These I of Mr. and Mrs. Sam McCut- I .> .-. ...<.h wi-ok ron fnin| .. f.mHHfiitlvp
year.The Production On Line essential. becauseit
Ditch down to inspect a machine that ; Assembly I are chen Lincoln City. Thei .. u-ppkx In tile Itradf..., I
i la for us to raisein (ounlv.. yricwrahI '
A can be picked up with a minimum I two-inch welL president Is all
slippery problemnamely.a makes Instant copies of any- asking members l 1,1, ) this Ttli d..)' 01 Jan
ditch-caused quite a dlscUH- thing for only 3c a copy com of time and effort. I Like any other business today 'I quantity a given variety and to be present. Visitors or%'. t'.nH.'
Automation has come to the be the ultimate in efficiency'and harvest It in volume. Also we ($IrAt.)
and in
Feeding Is also automate.1and getting set up .
,Ion among CommisHioners and pared to tho usual 20c I welcome.Mrs.: Janie Block- :
finally ended up tabled until copy of most machines.. Darby per poultry industry In Bradford cleanliness in egg/ 'pro- has ceased to be the laborious operation with a cage lay Ins; I must diversify our growing I er. president. "I'l'-rk" e""RI"of th.:I(I.'In.A till iMnnv. t1iirii :. '.

'the party involved J. W. Kelly. hopes to purchase tho machine County with the construction :! duction although some producers chore it once was. At I plant Is no inexpensive mat- procedures so that a buyer can NOTICE i fir Junul X ('.r'''' n.pu'"

'comes to a meeting to work It and pay for it out of excess, by Marutell Ayer of the county's are still sold on the"ground" the Ayer! plant, feed Is stored I ter. A rood source of financIng load mixed loads of produce to'I Dell Chapter 108 OE3: will :i Clerk 1 M 41 I ...11D'I'ii'3 .

.out with the Commission. fees collected. Ho reported that first caue& laying1 operation type plant claiming : in three 8-ton hoppers arid ; is highly recommended.Ayer be shipped to a designated meet Thursday at 8 p. m. for '
on the old Walter Mansell that egg-yield Is higher when the automated feed cart Is says the cost of houses, point. I \ oictiil.'F'5; ; Mtl.M:
In 1061 Bradford County obtained hi. office has nearly $.00 leftover buslnens!! of Importance. SisterJ : > .
off U. S. 301 south pullets free to. at In weeks to follow I would i ;0.11.; I. h..y l .given I hat f
farm. just are
fun .. ,
some right of way from from last year. eafllly filled by rolling it underneath equipment. and facilities runs ,"ri., q w Jr: Bro. P l n. UwldlHh. Khrrlff ..I r ir: ,U.
Kelly and agreed J to dig him a Sheriff Reddish reported $300 of Starke. large )It ground level in the and pulling a switch. about $2 per bird. even with 'like to elaborate upon the Damon D,,'ll, VV. P. ford The Ayer operation consists house. marketing aspect as far the I hy vlrtim or Writ of lovtilioito :
The doing the fiedlnt cutting all the corners and as I
waterhole. or technically speaking left in the Sheriff's operating person Programs planned by the I Wit:
-to deepen the la.t 60 feet budget from last year that will of seven houses each 337 feet Ayer feelfl however that. then .mounts this cart and 'he thought he knew how to average buyer is concerned; First Born Church of the Living :I p.X'\on' I\ I Inaiifil.. 1)oJ',, Small
long and 14 feet wide Eacn the advantages of the cage what his Interest. In a glvfnarl'a |I ClalniK Court,, of Uradforil. rniin, ,
of a drainage ditch seven feet. go back to the County.An glides up and' down the row i cut most of them. That; Ood The Howard's Specials IV. Klin.lilii piirmianl. to .a fliwl
housa will hold operation than offset can mean to this market, .
3.072 pullet-
The ditch Is 26 feet wide atpresent. Inspection report by the more ot; cages ut a rate that distributes of Jacksonville will tx I 1 I. )u\gftnenr, \ fur' J < H.iwyui
Florida Division of, Corrections a total capacity of 21.11011for any slight& difference In pro- the feed for 21,504 i; would mean an Investment of I|and the growers; and his importance appearing Friday night. The i i 1 I d'l: >/a KUrto' flun Cnmpanv; ; :
the seven. Mr. Ayer \ duction. For one thing th, around 40.000 for his present as som.tlln&: to be t "Otark' Kliirliln' nail .itlOSrCt.rb '
: A workman contracted to aid the county Jail ne..dpl1lnting. 11.\-1' chickens in about an hour'stime I public It: Invited to attend along Thoimt d..r..nI..nl In I III'
S deepen the ditch reported to and Venetian blinds !ready has 15.000 birds run remain spotlessly clean operation and around 80. taken into conalderat'on.' I with all singing groups. I''i amount, .)f tinnu IS ,tog-t-thor, with'

: several of the Commissioner should be repaired or replaced. entire cares lot and this hopes month.to have his- I and ,are easily gathered( since Water Is supplied in a continuous -I 000 if he carries out his expansion Without survive.These .buyers) ao marketcan On the fourth Sunday night I coata, of :.i*<'iaei ill.*rtlon.llava gill. 'butte.in :iv7to.a..Nlon

that Kelly asked for a 40 by 00 they roll on wire mesh from plans. | the Sunbeam Gospel! l Singers [ thu. thlowihi. le
When that has been accomplished stream flowing. things can only be accompllahed -{ nf>r1l. >.*il. persons) prip rly t I..>
S water hole when he went to do the cage and come to rest in i The alone and the Starlit Gospel Sinners Wit
through ,another trough hi cages for his
he wont Just sit back through the efforts
work. This Council I I tiC 4 Tnt.>rnntloniil, TriiclcMotur
: the would cost Lawtey I will be featured in a con
and _nick. UD._ tuna... If uruxenh. a trotmh ontnldfr, where they front of the! rapes from t seven houses cost 12000. of the market manager hill : .>On.; 'f' 11"1034\
a about J800 of '900. about u. test. Everyone Is invited to
he will add I personnel, and the selling 1'10" No. 4) O/K-H.'H
: three times as much a. was plant materialize I growers -' attend. and all singing grouos I Till. :V" t$;'l37"/
It said. (Continued from Page On.) another! six houses to give 'School Board 50 1963 I'Wet"Year produce through the Stark!! th" A. the hrot.rt')' >f 'thii phovnami
S originally, slated was Helicopters are urged to take pint on .
him a total of 40,000 birds m State Farmers Market. t rt f n 'lant and that >'nMoiiflav
Attorney Knight said that program. Elder Flax Howard .. .
I : the 4nl lay t>f Kfnrii
Kelly why he wanted the the maximum number connid- Keep In mind that this market
should records County nrnH4| at I twrlv' n rx-k| noon
party jet equal .(Continued .from Page One) (Continued from Page One) pastor: Zephanlali Lane
is here for "n' .f
a checked Phillip accused trod efficient for one! producerto the sole purpose unlit slav on the prrrnl I"'"a
I work done to the amount the reporter. .
Uradfiinl I
th. County Jail
a property wan assessed for, or Mayor Shuford of circulating handle under the 1 popular i residence. The first too kilowatts only 75 feet or lass from the 1903 was "wet" I of helping each and every Greater Allen Chapel! AME .rr.r fr Halu ant aeli!! to the
"wrong Ideas" about his rxpendltures > "Intevratcd pUn of operation. a year grower to obtain the hgho.it: i hlsrh.nt t lddr for ....h In hand.tli .
a the Commission should live up for businesses and residences i ground. Th thunderous roar bringing almost 12 H Inches possible prices for what Church. Rev L. A. Sampson. .. ahov .'.....r.1.. pruportr a'Hiild
: to what It said would' doS a* street chairman.: "Integration" is the ny tcm I I cost Staike residents of the armada like nothing more rain to the county in a duces he proWorking pastor. Trustee Day will be A sharp clash between the whereby the producer finance! : heard In this ', afori.nald "Knr,( "'Ion
$8.60. There ever area
and no more. The property was Is also A basic 12-month period than the observed< starting with Sunday .
befOrft'l together this i I I' l I' 'i1t1)h'IhiI. :
Mayor and Phillips ensued but can
: assessed. at 9240 and the job construction! of the liousoa I charge of 11.80 for every meter sent cattle five-year average. \become School at 10 a. m. with Miss [I' II Krddlah. Hhrrlffllradforil

a the woritman was slated to doa the record were never ex- and the purchase and installation In operation that uses: 'I flocks of poultry scattering 1 In I Total average rainfall for I,more a reality-and meant I' Fannie Bell Frazier in charg ) County FlorMn. '
amined. I money In the entire 1 > 4t \/no
would have cost around. $350.a of equipment end tiir! from :zero: to 15 kilowatts each I all directions along the route. I III the county last year was 78 39:) of the area. economy Morning Service 11 a. m. with /

Intermit HMn. The council also rejected a feed company handles ev.ry-I month. Children in a. Lake City school Inches ns compared with 63 92 Let's the Junior Church in charge

S Did from the two fltsrke contract f 10114 Braboard Railroad thing else. This The more electricity used a- II turned out to see what the i inches 'for' the five-year aver this line.start thinking along A penal will presented' by .

: Banks Community andS Florida to close one railroad else" Include supplying/ till bove the 100 kilowatt hours ; fuds was.. about and waved In ; age. The wettest month was I the youth on Christianity At

--for interest on BradfordCounty' crossing north of the town because producer with chicks feed per month the cheaper' the their\ excitement.The August with an average of 8 p. m. a Missionary sermon ;;

: ."courthouse fund. It placed the responsibility medication marketing and elKcrtlclty becomes for tlunrhooU. I Ii facilities at CnmpBlandlnir 13 48 Inches: and the driest I IIIOnJ..A..oBAPTIST I will be delivered by the pastor ,
of !the .
C were opened by the Commission. upkeep of the overall supervision. i "Wo want to bo a bit< : were rand availableto month was October with .83 qilURCU Visitors always welcome. I

C The capital outlay fund In main crowilnff in Lawtey up The producer receives 8thchicks user: of electricity on 'as few the battalion through the less than an inch. 1 Sunday School 9:45 I Greater Free Will Baptist

i : about 19.000 at present but to the town. The contract. the when 13! weeks old. and meters as possible because It's cooperation of the Florida! Na. I Worship service 11 : a. m. Church: Rev I.. McKay pastor

\ a will be close to 929,000: after council dl'cre8'd. Is to be sent they usually start laying at cheaper" hall said. tional Guard. Adjutant Owners services 7 a. m. Night Weekly! meetings as follows: _
: all' taxes tire In. back to the company with the 22 weeks rjuitng-. this approximately I Board Action Henry W. McMillan arrived Civil Service p. m. Prayer Meetingisr1'n'r Monday flight Choir No. 1 re

\ a ':Community State Dank bid suggestion that a railway representative I six weeks of non- The Board voted to give: an at Dlandtns; early Monday ,Sets Exams For ..... OslstTSOW O. hearse) Tuesday night. Story TREE YRAWIIIJ

1 3V4 per clint Interest payable be sent to Luwtey production the company? pay acre of land to the County for, morning to extend' an.official '..runf. i.on. ..fUN tutT4MMM. $'T.kl l.81\1'. ":". .4.I.?. Hour. Wednesday night Prayer ..
g twice ,a' year 'on the money, to look into the matter. I the producer 1 1-4 cents p!>* 'I fill dirt to be used for leveling greeting' to. the 237th. Sterio-Typi: ts / rtiuAT 0.' II'LOHIU' Me'UnlJ. Thursday night SPANISH

: and the Florida Bank bid three The council had wanted the week per bird until they MtSO off low spots around Bradford and flew with the group on H( aitSs TIIM; on' (It..LO.,. ..*_. .Of. Choir N'o. 2 and the Ladies:

per cent per year. The Commission crossing' closed but hAd understood per cent producton.! I High athletic field. The r part of its maneuver. I New examinations for stenographer ,I to aegAa.Sa I Circle) meet. Friday night MOSS

voted to accept Com.Jnunlty's through previous correspondence It Is estimated. that a pullet County will haul the dirt and ,Around 450 men and officers and typist position. j I C'aah banks.. baJano.i with .other.. Prayer Band. All members and I KILLS

.. high bid. and capital ) that the railroad I should average at least 240 din it up. I took part In the maneu! will be held by offices of the including and r"....rbalaflcaa a friends are Invited to attend.

.utluy- -or the courthouse fund ; would improve the tnaln I[ eggs, pr year which would The FFA farm was suggested -I ver. ISO coming In Sunday by U. S. Civil Service Commission i I.II.1 ,,',"rl'"n",, In' Dru4.... Calvary Baptist Church \ TREES!

1:';:-.wUI be placed' < there. crossing and keep up *. gravel j give the Msnsell operation i fc as a logical place to us? for helicopter and the remaining and Board' of U. S. Civil &/ 8Iat. ('J.varnm..t aU.77t.21nll.d Rev. George' Lee pis tor. Schedule -

':: .txIM'n"lv: Lock road giving access toj total :yield of more than five thU purpose and eth superintendent -! 300 arriving Monday morningby Service Examiners. Those uall. tl.o.. dlrtct' aa4., a* follows r The first Sunday I
uaraniratl ,
I' .e6& 587.70
,:.An unusual bill cnit.e up for town to some residents who I' million eggs annually was asked to contactthe truck convoy. positions will pay 13.880( for Ublls.llona of atatM asSp..iIiicai we will visit other church i I It smothen bwuriful' shade
Commission A cane. operation seems tot : vocational agriculture department They returneoTto! } Fort Ben- stenographers and 13.620: a ."bIt'VI.I..n. es. Second Sund.Sunday "
approval .
along the debated ,. and fruit
use crowing.& f ll',70.43<< : bearing trei by
.., to see If an acre of fling Wednesday morning. year for typists. loena aol dlaiounl School 10 a. m.; church services rMtritting
-_. the 170-acre farm could be 'I Under this nationwide examing ''n'I".nOl'. ......, .rar 11:43: a. m. Third'Sun Control brwithing. Florida Pest
draflut I is equipped to kill' It for
ust'd. It was pointed out that program applicant X2IO.I40.T7 day Sunday School only.
hanS' premla' owad
SPECTACULAR DINETTE Fair KickOffContinued must. compete or recompeie Htt.itn.1T. you protect your "bivntrnw
after the top soil was removed rurnllur and Sunday Sunday
the excavation might make a -In order to be consideredfor rialuroa. I7$.... "l ..o..utj..l Fchool 10 a. m. Church ser I This expert service. I Is |Just M two
n. l Katal .
good fish pond. ( front Page One) I II Federal' Jobs after Feb. T. .a baak*'"earned|.rra>l.*.thrin .. 471051 vice and Communion. 1:30: p. I os your phone. iirrpJy calls

Mis. Lute IMle Terrell who 1064. Applicant ho file on oe Ulh..r Aaii.la 'iVIIHfit, 12%.

!UVNI on the etsch Road I dress' system.Thomas Immediately after Jan. 7. may I TflTAt AHMKTH"' <: X*li. Ire s. \ Attention members: : Cons4wru'E I FLORIDAPEST
4' said he visualised! enhance their opportunity for :
about three miles north on I i, :
Highway 301, appeared before i;, an additional building cit; Ute ,, employment.The ..'.IO'Ii.... CONTROL
>I'- ,lad dtoal. of Indl- f-n.Unt I > CHEMICAL
the Ibwrd to request !that. the!I fairgrounds to house all agricultural new standards elite) : TO APPI'ART CO.
lU'iala"' .
l.artnarahipa.ml .... ,
hlvlier' than those In i Ktli'i'ifiit' \, I I..ml. *
agencies In the coun- are p'e-
, school bus pick up about 1ft I ". ".'......11 na I I..* children In her area a little ty. vlous\ exam'mtlun! "*. are a par- I r i.i,. ,itfuooK nr 'Ia4l\lrt-' > iirtriaV'MT'
., .". closer to home when lit.weather Prank George. architect of Ute overall' "Qvifiv for Dual) '.oL''la, ..*'Lft."I.< !.(.., anil ar .h.r.10"! n iir| >r .. Fad1, .il.>..'.li'.n. l .j.41" 550 i | I ,.>i IHiri-ri" liaa '..-. i
',. ;STa19O$ la bad. The Board employed to dentim the proposed ", pro..Dwhich the H.|....lla "n") ... ",.!... r..1.> .smIt you lr. (cIa, ali". .. 964-3965
.. .' voted to do so. and Supt. Mor-\ new Bradford County eral! service Is emphasizing at <,....ii.n..nl itnilu.lii.a' 'i. c,,,. t *'.t.rt and i' *uMt .aced
courthouse. said he employer. (....(.1 I | .;.i7: II >"! .,. rwwli"l| it", f* rs"C
that as e..C '
personally .
Ian said he would RO out and 'Ijn.aita, of sii, .,,.. s ."r .naw*. 01"1"'"
: : : 7-PIECE FAMILY SIZE Investigate a place for the bus favored locating agricultural .! Further Information and ..... i,,,'liilkrft 1 .
-- to turn around that. was. fixed! offices st the 'fair'' application forms( may be' obtained .,...n-l.. ..l_.... n....* ;-
0'1.. .
by the County that ls closer: grounds and It could be done from the Executive p I'.dr.l.!>.. a*. and..n-. f* f"1 fUMY: : IIWnY/: !V'JiMY: 70 THE SMITHCOROIIABeautiful
to the children's home Ttie much cheaper/ there than Incorporating Secretary. Board of U S. Civil -rIlTAI. ItKlllHITM: 4I i.l4.4 ..
I I them Into a new! Service Kxanuner U. S. Naval 'IMIat iMnvand. .
been used
soml-elixle has not a......". 1..2" ''II"Of
for that. yet. courthouse. He said however. Service ComiutMlon Pout ,......, T''.... Anvln 11' "
We purpose
: : Finance Another' ftpMton? 1 that. saute members: of the Office B\\ ldlil', Jacksonville -. .. il..|M..l.a I.*7t 4T. ., -c' .
Our OwnArcouny '::4a'c.tjut. sad ..4.her '
Morgan reported that the I County. Commission seemed 1..IIt1., for '! .I
rovvr f. lb. ...... .... .. ,..
:::, Board might. have to inert. In i to favor placing three offices TH* uanv .r. m. 'II. .

.. S C a special session to Irupert trt#| In the new (courthouse way pear writ CMM Pa sad 'lbvr llalilllllx Ml ttl i

L classrooms added at Philip Cronkhite. manager. ..lI<*t y..r ratoriu ESTER -T\i C.SKIIITr..

.,. No Fu *- \\\k\ \iicr--' new Soulhalde Elementary because of Starke Blue Farmers Market RROOK tMDKIi. r*.. TILl; :$ 4 ,.. 5t': ., 'vl ii IDJ

.. i 7\ \ they are needed Immediately slresMHl the Importance I GAIL ra..l No Bother- \ ,, .mi1\\ e.. 01 the Fair In promoting agriculture ."".1.! ,]... ...* ..,\
Sai ei >
-9 The School! IVMrd and i th. I and said. "We Intend,I I1KHT raLsnrEltl \ it.* ..>r.,... 4il. .s .
No Red Tape architect for the bulUtna win | to make tills on. of the best' ("all'J&'U* .. **. land r.4lriiat, ErJ"S.
... the t II. \sJl. i* Urswfy. )lia.r l .r".... I.r ..rt .r..h4
agricultural situations In ,
S : the classrooms before' -. yI'4tlP1L 0
ii : inspect 0'.a.i.' '' 54 1 '
\L\\ .7T\\; claws are held In them.. The I sUle.:' I ,Vrwk of Jan. i2.)$: :!ql; \: t

OPEN AN architect will make a "punch" bundAp Surutar Srhuol .r.t. 'PtTAL AC'- .. 'Iv"
I e.rs: 7a3fltt'rol.A t \ ., __"
: 1
ACCOUNTTODAY I, ; list of thinm that are not finUlwd. '::41 a ox UornlnitVufsli,* 'i-J- ; ""'7"

1 or property: built, If !City Council ':'II, a. m Youth Pr lion mhu>, ,. IJtPfl.liraaesfl ..J

such items nut. Ttie {Male" 5:30: p. m Junior Choir Prac :' '" PfTAL ..ht.'I4aTII .I.'" ". : :;t

will Inspect. the bUldlruts too Ur*. S::20 p. IlL Kvening Wor-
.. (C ntlnud front .Pag* One) ship. T m.TU I .TIIo''. bask's ..._ --
In before t
.TaM. Mi4. Caalr but, classes< fan mow ..... ,;- 11
.Se'asSaeQ'bi.aal.e T..J,. COMPAUK Slat& Imtpetlfcm.Milk' ford was tivrn li\\. okay by < *.day Circle meeting C_ 1 asses. sitS .....
.. ..m-fi.tMia ....M. TaMe. T., rrto" M.*U9upt. .. the council to obtain prices. a.. follitn: No. 2 wIth. Ur .... ...1.. .t lessee p.I .
.atMk. a.-aw-e I Charles. Bciunlti. 1ft a. ... No. I II
reported that
.. .AT S $I.M I Down Morgan for a new pump la nat on a \I .. T'-
18 ---
:I wtUi Mrs. CKiy
': .Ptaatta CuareJ. CkaM ...... h. would attend .a milk dufus- pK-k-up truck W1ttU\ vet-> I Ais ._... ._._
JG9.U5 I ... Mo. I arith Mrs.. I Louie* .... .
seass $a.no( A Week ion me Un( in OsinMvtUeThunOsy fen tank. Th' truck;, obtained1| a. {I .a iI4Hiu.. < '
Harden SUM Farm. I p. m sad I., ..... ......
this with diMrlbu- from the rv> 1d4 ivrelormenlCommission I _. La,4 lorsairFull .
.. .. t'wi. sad repn ent Uv< OC the for tJOO. will be Stale r.rm. p. m. [,I

florida Milk Commimton. Wednesday "1'1of 1M Mil*, (J. >.... %*M. ra..4tI
used fer small wends to*"*. I at ._ ...,.._... .
beal S.
'.M. ani
: 5-PC. DINETTES Tb schools ,nUtLrw"hi All other dTtsfama. were ,,,0n&ITA tSMwiuig. _n>al, .._. ease Iftt. _.....
$3988 AND. $$49881 "- drew' tUUwkie attenlto' I pnotpoiied until Chairman. 'i antI llcward. Gem of Jotksonvtllr .., ._ (I. ,.... .w $ Featured IJffklVeizht j 1''Ci

TABLE-4 CHAIRS ..rurr this year. and ihq rU.>*. ftuby\ Johns and nan tlnianon ( as g-jeet sfKrakev.f Se ,......bac.... ... .yaS k-,. (rrafl l Ml. Character: Keyboard Ire..t

Ida Milk ('tnunlalolhu \YIat11U r'twn at utt!f Thars-Ur. Sensor. Choir ......-.A..... nsLti SI Epesa Tab'.Ut.r Tassels' S l Ift&.. Sans .r..rf< I IS Fr* t r*. 1 p. m. L e'War 'w .
ruWd since Uwn that ditrl ..
nest tnevUnc on January 31nnuucr I C K.: HKMXW4U. "ertte': as LarrtrIuh: !".".
buu* Nn sell! mitk to *ch
: the .." crtit pey half I / IR.tt ItAPTlaTMTARH.K t. erect.C' rlftorrel O4Ir l"'C'iar L"rk'e
II .e P5",4a
I Gibbs Furniture ant pile If they do not w41brlow I HOMKv : ; ( .1Lc1I.w -er:v st ...'...' ... _. ; For Cm.tki ....
Uw cost Morton" .U1 DPT5U1 nuc A. 1ioa.. raster ..-.. .. sf ..-.-.... ...
"- ..>.. .._ *.. .-
report u> ,In* bird after themewilna. ttrmun* r f-3. aVmtUf, Jar .oq. .-4 I ........ ...i15cc. 179.3Slte 6950
The home of :Nrsm' Rre tly, I a'.. at ** ..!.-_ a* Slower
II MartungOirUt.. AnsI .. ....
absent the> !
mile 01
a ro 4,. esty
C ; DEALER FOR BADCOCK FURNITURE A notfc win b. sent U* H)_ CnsrttX-' CVr > S, MrOtAU<...---'------ _. .....
ItmlU CI8\ WlNon wet .
''J I'" Plwi _$ski
IWrnrd ....brn of the tox lIno.uacJ.* Chfto4. Tt- .
; .Mroyd by n- Lees' ...-. I > w.s... E.: G ...-.
i 128 S. Walnut St-olcl Park TI1N1h..UuUdl< and dt (or a Joint Vehoolnoarel No en i. sam tn Ibe |.M..* at I sost H O".l.- 'IM.4K I II --..v r...*.... YOU SAVE $9.85.
chvefio of -
end Pus Drtrcrla se.tge4 the time and be the !II U>* r.st4ar ...- jar -...
__ b. hM m 1M I .2&I..u. reotved ittf flee vtcr dwnstiv Prheul. f 41 a 1. .w.ow __ a..d..dfs.
: l( for s4a.c.j I TroSntnsi Unkm. S 1 IS p. at Bradford
was too serf
tn the CtowrUwuM. Bwp*. Moriaa County TelegraphJ'
anything., Ort tR o at th* fire WarrtMp Itentoe. U a. so>. ajmlt ..,_ _V-.44.. I'. S e..er _
.aU & Use' ..see't4S b x. u 11'
1'1\1' M R ov Ptmrrr Meetang
r .a SAO kHtrmuieil. ywiesww. ,..... P5.iI.'a. ". .'
nda K-Mtnewtey, T M p. taw $LEWu.D 4. ......*. ft5a.... __ '



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..-: Live Oak] 65 44 1 Lake Cilv 73-: -149 pert riit two, Keystone'Kiimrn Indians hiring: d 'op-the I 1II.ll' )ItOOKKEEPKK\ I

, aw I peal week to post A 3-3 ,,on- TAX SEHVICEtttlir
"Steady Performer" lost record so fat In the cur- I

Rebounding and a man-to-man defense cameto t tilt, sennnn\

" the fore in Tornado basketball strategy' last week 1I11hhvllWI\ \ n squeaker \ lit lenaratl.' .. 1 l''n.. .Intlire I

Bobby Moody Overcomes Height r. .y and Coach Erwin land's five took two tough conference \ room the Indians Umt flirtnvins .* ., .
:ht bv n tight onpointuurt srr 1\H.lfI. tV a
: contests by wide margins running their recordto II .t 1 I". "- h.,i'..1.\l orlv..n. Idol I !
: In. 44-41' T I tllii hultlpi. .
\I'rm..n. ifHi
Problem To Become BHS Gazer Ii nine wins against two losses. UntrUtn' took a 12: -lOAd. I rl,, MMIIW, >wItrur.tr.. hat
Building (the most respects- vantage at the' end of toe' flint flied .gad|I| .iHrtirimtiia for a niximtiriirtt
J"flklns'ls runnlua a hot secOnd : JnrA ,
I.' I I. I..UN'' t Ihrr.un' Th.
I ble record In recent BH3 call In tho nbiMdlnu; depart period and left the floor .at .* miml. .>.r. and' Teamnf
history th- Tornadoes last 'iNMuaiii. '" ftin
halftime with a :.10-21): tie The
I wasn't idling any tall- backboards were' erected )i and I mcnt with 18 against\ \ Uv .
prprrty i and the tin' "Is' 1.n
er and I wanted to play shoot for three ur four hours Clld.iv stopped: Live Oak 63 oak and 12 In the Lake City ilctnit moved past: Ketton.> 1% hid., II Hit. ..........., .1 l.I* IIS
44 and Tuesday night travele I In the third fulluw.1'nrlttkelr. .
said BUS eager Bobby Moody at a time"Moody contest quaitci. :38-20
\.hen asked, hat had spal'kcI'him has sui'prised BUS; to lake Clt\ and dumped theTtger Senior forward Harold + but the! Indians caught' fits ( .. L.I." Vu. M.rar of I Ip.Ills.

becxm '73.49. The ty'o'IIl In the final I prilod. Baldwin l>..snipe inn of Property Hf
a sup Brio r fans pleasantly this seaso,! Bmhcp Meta credit from Coach
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cave( me Tornadoes undefeau.$ Loin 1 a nf Mlk 3T In It.
dribbler and handler of a with a heit-ta-foie hiadvn: Land for plu\lug flue dvfonlve trailed u.uth\ :J3 secondsremnllitiiti T" t'ua' C..IIIi..c2"T'l Hit .
basketball. ability to shoot with great, accuracy rd ui Florida Star Conferenceplay < ball In both games lit when. Lm>' n<1ull'rI&on JJ H:
4."t ...... I
vN4a with a 4-0 record an.l Suini; III uhlih 1 N |
Moody baa been a regula' from deep' Inithe, i held LUe Oak's Roni\le! trick, scored the winning field Kr.n. .. Mini.HIM, William.
guard on the Tornado cage corner. Ajalnst; tou,.h Uv, with PuUiUa the only loo.) | land to 14 points andCltys Lake goal I VII nr nlil kineriv ti.ln. In I
team the locals have jet to I Ipr.l In C'olUh.tnCHlluhun .Ihr I'.iunly. of .HrmlfoiM.' Wlat. '
team for two seasons and this Oak last Saturday n wa Ed Moore to 10. Both + .if Kl,.>rlilHt '
year has added:! to his effectiveness Moody who in the first an. w meet boys have accrued close: to used u thora-man .tilt\, **. nut. Ii i .r 11 rti.ate' or i.rtlfUHfel -
Sim'ke'" 6-3 center' John t tI ... ...
9 t scoring combo' Tui-ml.iv nlglit shall he .I..m.,1 *
b) becoming a serious second periods made basks' :70 this '
points new-
per game
WUllauis top pcrfoimances I ,JIn iMir.1ma 10 li.w the .urapwrly' -
threat to O ponlntsIth his I after basket from. the ""In\( t gave son and the Tornadoes had to 1 to mount ,it det,'t.iivo 7H-4S vlc- ...rlli. ..l In eunh .lertlfliitle. nfi
long shots from the coinerHi to take tile pressure from (h' rebounding In both defense them welt to win" \ F' t / tore over Keystone, '.rtlneulee' .. will h* mild' to tli*
Against Live Oak th>I hlNlHml hl".r..1 the rnuflliuitae
has scored 74 points. for Tornadoes' bin men With thi, I games Bishop also helped out lit tlniml Jim McMurtry: : led Jour. .IMI thM. flrNtli.hO'i/.
the Tornadoes this season' and little guard. supplying plentyof bin man gathered 24 rebound I the rebounding department' .In the itinnili' of ..>et,.u... rv. Mt! .,
and against Lake City :t. on11mole the goners ncoitnn with 21 wklKh' I.I the Iril I il..T at r.heual's. -
has hit in double' figures in pressure from the oulsid. grubbing off 1Ie'rl111 Unr Lake. U"
five of nine
prior to Tuesday's:! game with always a threat' undo! th team Tall 6-3 forward EinestBOWLING ")Inl.t. Ouard Richard. Hobbs -, .F.- JA !Illcks spatkrd Calluhan with I.I.".,1 i5.. \tact 1.1 ,

Lake City basket hitting Inside. BH3 took high point honors snaln.st :20 I'us ets. \. 1.1 i i ny
"He!( can do a lot of things built up a 21-9 lead at ors e l Lake City, bO'l'yer11th/ 19 1'I.1, \ .w "sir i n" ,I'unt, ,, ".rIIr..ltur.
I .. ,'"...nl\ ri., ,r',hl.I ...1.I .
with basketball. BItS point in the second period \ chili both Bishop and center BOsTDRMN I J ti' I Jl
Coach Erwin Land says of the Coach Land has th:: season John Williams had 1C each. > w lurr"r
short I5B"I guaid Moody has' given Moody' the green ; \Vllllm took high point ( III'Hi:Ik

been a steady performer for light to play up front in the LEAGUES bonnie against\ Live Ollk with Sunday School.' 19 I 4 ,

the' Toinadot'a this season' and:: :I I corner where' before he has, 37: while Hobbs had U .11.11< Pv "Morning Worship. II t. m HI-SPEED

Land comments that he In: played only outside' Lo:>kln. ;: 0.'lak, 4r Bobby Moody 13'We training' Union. le: p, m

"usually iliable when. the going for someone to provide!' a finally played a teat! Evening: '
TUIIJt'lir IKKit: R: Worship 7 30 p m
gets tough" I threat from the coiner Land Th Ladies Twilight League good defensive tame, against Prayer, Meeting. Wedn.d.t IIKCAPI :

Land says that the little gate Mc-jdy the oppuitunlty\ < after ,, Live Oak and s better thAn f\r
I has started bowling again rex I on.
guard 'likes the !garni- real, and apparently; he touk It two w.cks, vacation (n.h'wIIY'won i i average. one against iJikiCtft 4 "rt' .
well' and though he Is oft- "My favorite shot l is from 8tarV Couch Land geld, 'Ouv: "300"(
all 4 point from 1
tlmn eirallc' he mote. of It t the top of the key. but It >"cal 66 Service this week with N. t 1'rebounding which was sorely!! ;4 w f PremiumKubbfr

makes the big play" Richard Iv doesn't matter as lone: IU series 8O7 needed' ho. finally picked. up
Nelson rolling a high 7oto.OSliJe
Hobbs also a starting guard they' give me time to get set ''for the winner, f fats hail ',ton." the couch said of hliravers
who team well with Moody'' he said. "That shot from the I
I high act 4A9: for the loser I.lhthn.
and the little! guard are unmatched -: comer is hard but I Just shoot Tried Conatiuctlon won 3 The Tornadoes have ski 1 666

in ball handling: abilIty and sometimes it goes In In point from Murrhce Insurance', picked up In the! sltootlnv department ::tueranllftooif !

so far this ties son. The ;par; 'i i fact I have a hard time mak W took IVliMj Conner 1 J
and I 11) Sc Auto Supply 3 iC
have al&II1and; attain/, coma ing It when I try It lu pI'actic 3 from Oem Jewelry. five with. thrU shots In till! 7.93

up with the "big play." as ,." Wells Electric and (loodman' Like City fray they burk-t. ,ct4t : : l ___

Land calls It In aiding their Both Moody !and Hobbs have idulf ouch touk 3 points as did per cent' of their khuls' |t-, 1111'.I.r John Illinois wllo" tin. ,.been site! ami. a half t:21.t 6013:\ r 7.93. _

tram to a record of nine wun i given the Tornadoes good Guard< | nuhby1..ly: iiliikt' Sleepy Hollow and Andrew thefirst half and, 60 per rent 'feet at .lM.kellrall. power fur live.. I urn..il.. iIliU I season. giH<. nOt I tt I 7.95
and only two defeats steady performances so far in the irectKl.. The locals xeor* .' _
a lung on. frmii the. ruriiergulnnt r.I illrtlg., In fur a layHiji' In the TormnliM-V., .OA-14.. ruolerrare> liliiry uverIJ WILLIAMS r I '.13
According to Moody he has this season and Moody sa s ho ed 13 pointu' \ that a-mc'l loottt
Lila Oak. sea !lie helped| l Mlandings' Ron lest r Ihtk. lad rrliUv.. night In the' ",,'.1 .'''0. ,
plavcrt basketball since he was thinks they shoot for about their second' hlgheiil M'ol'lnnpmot 7.!3
should to grub the Tormuloen. 1& JI-1 Gateway :t4 IT of the The. big renter .r>nreil 1 11 |pu/nl. Mini. pallid l dawn| tl re< 87011I I '
In the eltihth grad Wfluhcdabout \ the average a guard season I
70 pounds, and was five But he !said he likes to work, MM.mill. pcrliMl li-iul' .MiHxIy luti Truest Con..t.. 3311 181"0 Friday" January 10 till hounds. again! .MM. HiilM...g... ,\.*''n.C |lake ( My Tuewlay' JEWELRY 7HOI5 9.93 '
D k W Auto :281 2314Andrew. "
feet frur ':Jw. senior, the ball In for closer shots Map r keriuuo thrmtt to i>u- !)rugs 2. 26U Tornadoes "UI" travel to Frusndins >. night .he grhh l II rrlMiuinl.. rune niiwe tI.... lb. exllee Tiger IIOIIS: toles:

weighing\ 150 pounds, and four with a ""ttt'ch..lce of i ptinent. wllli accurate shop. >OO1lnan' Gulf 26 27 to take!' on a team "er train a* the Turaniliie. runcletl |. a 1S-I win fur n mnferriHererunl Rr.rArRt -

Inches taller, Moody Is ttlll basket from the corner alt session Inns 1.rk" "tJd" 2. 2akm hsven beaten on their home' .( 441.have Kch.: I'hi" *. Tait .

play In* biuketbnll! with the Getting! back onto a subjec ,He rnukeo' them "book ..*.;Y. ( Jewelry 222e'\ court In lout llm." si-cord- "'''rt.ItIC".VtAHOI\f e 11 NhlUw.IU I.Ud, extra'

hest BHS can offer In spite of he likes Moody says the Tor- ),lurrhe.Ins. 22 30 Inc to Coach Land. Dalurdty split two games this seion dn... AT-41 for th. Chrlnlii. An Work (

his height nadoes this season "have a WplI F.I..... 21' ) the kern will return home toT I I sod the Tornadoes 'hope Touiney' chsmphrftitttp' '.and'. rlraateedA. '
"I couldn't dribble at all In, real good all-round team Saturday Jan II Hollow 32 meet. Green. Cove. and next to gl revenge Halurdny. team |t.u. slat beat-n. "rrnandlno C. WlHUsM TOM'S SHELL
I The little guard CSM! -S Perry I 20 Tuendsy J liu. 14 they Laud Tlie I'ornaditrs. this 811.41
the ninth grade he says of not dependent on Just on ry uv(" sauce osSitn 14Z W. CD 8U
.. I the toughest team the Tor ,, will tsckl; totlgh Sattts, re' best the llui. fv.ll. 11.e0 Inan In Hlarke.. '
hlm eX.! >"<'( tl'koJtedo..tt$ uo, person for baskets. The Tornadoes ( ttbEC 1.'= uJt'1e Tuesday's gnii 413 K. :>tkdl oi"
In the tenth' grade. because I have dropped only two. nadoes will fact this season Th. JAW'. talk S points her*. rally I se mtu but the t>*IUrehnunrleft with haute ).Y will be the rtlSpl..llnll ''Ua1'It., FU. 961-HJ51,

saw I w8ln't getting any tall of their first nine games this clone with" second Bants Fe running ha beaten I a from th. Alley Ksts In th. Ore..ri Cov.. slid tikri' 'to lake Die Tnilu of I the two. Irnlti.. ,W.. """" ... ,,,01!.....,... 1 ,I'h( n.

er and I anted tcplay" season and Moody vowed the Perry Thuruy Morning Coffee Icaa< I

Dttermlned to play basketball team "can beat Green. Cov the Rebels! this season but'iru. as activity r*.um'"J after t'URHU'T'U") "", i\""

M"odv picked most of the the next time" The Blue Uev.UK that is the only contest: they th. holiday. M., Firth rolled Lawtcy Negroes I un'UKY 'nroRi' "

name up on his own althougn handed the Tornadoes their have dropped! |high serial 407 lor the winners.whil .
he ctedlt Coach: L.nd and second' loss and at the same Too reserved to predict how D 8t. .n. was high with Arc Arrested !I In..last. "..iI'* Tl*.rsp.h> H II

other BUS mentors with aiding time took thelI'ond many games he thought the I 431 far th. loa rTh .. ; was slated that Mi. Htsik

(its causi. Christmas Tourney. ,Tornadoes would drop this Cool Cats won 3 points''For Shoolitting : library hd loaned 1 ruo U>jk.
"We just played just to I, season" Moody didn't hesllst':from lIMo Allay Ksts, wttll In the first 10 mtmllvt: / of Jail I

have fun." the little guard championship away from to .a,. Well. do a lot better Mother l> Daughter and lei past Tlie item should have
Starke They 'will\ get another Two young colored men were ...t... that the lIbrary lucir
rrmrmbcred. "We used to RQ 1 than last year 111141. we'llhae Trust Girls each touk 2 points :
chance at Oreen Cove this I III [arrested. M I+"n'
to the tennis" cow t r fwhrrr I a winning season {Th. AU"rros tuok all 4 notnts I
,,'from tha-IUbI. ;hopllftUif> sftr r romplalnt ', the first 'two rrutnths )if, Hi* FREE Tags

"tu.adnag.. .. ,Ses Iw.l .... referred' by City .*..1..... ,, (first >rt which stet( j OVI
for that" the two were frying to
lump the past three or J A Ms" JJt \ I
JV till
Cagers four nwMvths. ".tioot ,....r in nmllty'. lUrber .
IKOiNSami Alley Ksts 31 IT 1
"Bcutch ...Ia. ( KnupAltant.
A Foursuni Is > {I Mother l [
Dsughter :U 23Trt.et ,
Split 2 Games duUnl. her Sunday. at the lucal t'ntlr.. Chief Ken '
JlrU 23 23 WE t f>OfTt J KLAIM TO 06
WOODS( ) link with 2* entries ulrvivly Ktbel. fieth 'uqua" went. to Korh' I
23 24Cnul >
Starke's Junior vsrsltcageri In If you or your g,ie.t h ..- ,,: Cat 23 2449rri :I>ruf More shout. 10 a. rn .. I
,err, tntonxt yet. pica. coon tac t rhekk on the behavior. of low
split two this "" 11 30 BEN
times Norman "'IUe.. tournament |II.o"l ,*. stsl when "h* _IT"-I" l

week edging Live Oak 38-39 ,h-ilrmon. at the Community,,;,Allegros 13 34l :them.. found '.....,., .Item. that t
I tit.\ )MMr.U t \l.
In a clone game losing to Lake Bank or the pro shop before j .rotI..J l hU.
i ,i "arla. usually
Coca-Cola: maul Ulad
City Tuesday night 42-26. to SUII''Y.n.'' 'well's.. Rssu )1k..1c: broil wen, I"' ... ..h. ka with cU : KASEY
place! their record at five wlru le cty A."ntt.( to Norman. ournet j
this .weak vscsi teats getting ,Print cf "-"",'s rte sad Ten EVERY
three J losses. ) event will tw Inter- WITH
and sa I
The Baby Tornado paced Club Match! within .... sisal t*0 ant,s .losing; two >C. KM, '.nd found that. the a-... and l 11I I PUT Wf MAVr Tilt
test Coke with ,ale l ..r..... wMta. I
bv the hot shootlnir of Ore* three or tear MinUy Mar 0 Stenos stMMwhui"" ....... ram front his I I
was high tor I UUh. "Bur TREE
RfddUh. ; who led Ms Uum- .11. .ills\ later.Er.ryon. w.it.!! ..klh a S3* set. [atre. and that K9 tfrotit: of the o

males with It pylnts. toppe4| ': pJe be s little Lake Onrva: beat Mooney.. ,,lt."n. wet* an INtail( ';.." I:; SU1 GEOM. ..
LlveOak In a thriller Past Friday .flip?, ro-nfwraUv. with Jim IMtOtCAL
"hsm. 1 U 1 I. sal HUrke Motor (1.1., tap. .. II i 1 1

night, Dnm"U Akrtdse ) IIU\UH: "(NUl <>xt rln. our grwns elwlrinan.in Parts held. ihint place. by .._. turn' r..It*r i erf |ko I,,"I I Ire Of4 1 OUR

had six point for Stark and abkHftcby .tural role. on thegolf ins; s Sol win .r.., T_'. .Nh. .Uf it.wt.y I. o.-. .....u. ........ ...1 t tS1ul. i .., '
Robert Powell: and Dale Crosby .arh as let Und
tour rac.h"Pt'ddaah fejiltr stlatjrers thrmigl 1rpl.e. !i iI. I!Auto J m Jewelry IUU. 4AIM afiut. out. >_. gel'! .. J._. 1> with Mop. !1 STAii. t1 USED CARPURCHASED 1'1
| tfrs -TU.
also led the team Seven of oar Junior golltrsr.'emly .. sir t* on ,_.,*. and I :lulling' :
ts; UM MUM Uel__l t. "
IUIIu&| Lake LII Tuesday ,parttHpatol. 'In s 3*. .pulling In hUt _lie on the rood rstrflUrke IMIwe pulses "llon UM rash 7d

with 11 points while Ptttvefl !It'". toornantent. at the Hyde srreeo Ale"- ..ck) line. you I '
bad ,.se.,en and Paul MeLrod Park CMt Cwir. Ml*. WllII Pay .*.._ (feMMt. 1 ten eeftt ,' TeltJMMv C*. w.s ws. m.aly rwella.. sal.spend'isg f.
the lanky twin this. sad "l_ rile" .uexluctgo '
radrawing .
fliP ,1. ma.l. th. beet showing from ur more to UM rrUlUer ruM I.t.
TW> Baby T.rnad
meet rVmafldtna Where FYUlaynigfct a ,...... of 44 yarn. golfer* fraeaIh Arrant nf to law 17 II OulfAMorkaUun. 4-pniiH' .5A. '....,... te/Me )Ie,.... Coast .,

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hen Saturday an! flay> tscklUuih sun.kll l\I.rrr r rtn, ovr J_. nsn u* effect C CI Come-C.Is s4 11L.le r t'

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TIII.TtSD\r. J\V. 9. 1964 ,

!What Could You Do With $$2,700? !!'company The grand fund larceny charge 1 1I I I r 'Operation DoubleTaklTeaches / l I I president Thomas Sr.in ,1943-43-47.who served as (

I was filed by Donald J. Diamond Mule Arrested, ing the organization's dur-I '
a representative for I i Jailed 2-Way Spanish-English : tive years. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR

=Junior Club Is Asking For IdeasThe Eastern Oil Ball has been sot<< SundayI I I "Another Important In-

'at $1,500/ ) by Judge T. A Yawn. I A mule was arrested at EnIJIIsb-s;>eaklnll adult l ;' spoken Spanish during t the novation." Novak said "will A REAL HOME

: The docket for County trials 4:59 a. m. Sunday whilerunnln" wishing to learn authentic summer of 1963 at the Univer- : be special recognition for out j
= public Is Invited'to at- I to be benefited by the Junior'will be sounded on Jan. 13, and at large down Jet- Spanish have been combined sity of Florida for eight weeks. standing service which is expected ::- ,

"wid\" the meeting of the Starke Woman's Club savings fund, trials of persons who have I ferann f Street Into YYalnut. l with native Spanish speakers All students over 16 yea 1-3 to become an annual I

Junior Woman's Club on which totals approximately. pleaded not guilty will be set Plainly violated was l I to learn English In an adult of age are Invited to enroll !in tradition." Then, This ;is it!

Monday, Feb. 3. The entire 2700. A final vote will be for Jan. 20. Judge Yawn said Chapter 4. ArtUle I. Section j, class which meets each Wednesday I the class. The next session will I i This year's banquet being a

meeting will be devoted to I taken at this meeting. ,I that some of the defendants ".3 of the City of at 7:30: p. m. In the! I be Wednesday Jan. IS. "Oneof j I Saturday night event The v V

-.iecting a project or projects! : Interested persons should that had formerly pleaded not Starke ordinances, commonly rear of the USO building. Moat the nice( features of the I Versa Tones. a well-known

-- ''I l call Mrs. George Roberts Jr. or guilty to charges! had since then Interpreted to mean of the Spanish-speaking per class is that the members have i five piece orchestra has ben

Services HeldKbr |I'' Mrs. Randal Chitty so time I I I I reversed<.l their stand that a mule can't run a- sons are employees'or friends j I the opportunity of hearing ', engaged for those who desire

l can be arranged for you to Other warrants Issued In the round downtown! all by I of Mr. and Mrs.-R. A. Salazar. Spanish; spoken by speakers to dance after adjournment

Leroy Olive, 57 speak to the group In behalf of (i I county this week were routine. I himself. who have come to Bradford j I other than the teacher" Olb- : of the meeting

JSi! Baker County I your project. Projects now under Including speeding warrants City Patrolman Clarence County from Colombia, South 1 I "The cuslne planned for the
: consideration are! financial |land several warrants for fights I Ilutche-Min "lamord" the America. i I CC dinner has a distinct French
::Leroy Olive 67, who Jived support for building at roving" route and corralled I According to L. II. Gibson, !, flavor," Novak said "and will

TTT 517 Halsten St. In Starke, I the Pratt Street playground; him In the city Jall-:yard. instructor for the class this: Set I Jan. IB be catered by Mrs. Elizabeth:
;dCd; Sunday In the Lake City furnishings for some part of New Manager The offender wan put under particular group is unique to I'[ Noe el."

yA Hospital after a brief iliJUtps. -i the maternity ward of the new Takes $6.50 bond and remained Florida. No similar dais li The theme The Better

: He was a native of Palitwtto -" Bradford County Hospital Over I In "jail" until his. own. being conducted anywhere at What's cooking for the annual Way in '64 will be carried

and had lived here mont wlnsr. Representatives from Pest Control Here I'' er J. L. Colxon, came to present, Chamber of Commerce out in the decorations used'
mhla: life. each of these groups will ball him out. OlbHon attended a National I banquet Jan 181I i in the Starke Oolf and Coun- tfa a griA j iipft''"?? u AV. Ai

-A. commercial fisherman un-I speak that night. The Florida Pest Control and Defense education program In I| Lots of things according to I try Club scene of this year's
Many suggestions/ have been 1 I ---- i I banque. t.
his retirement
TU several yean 'Chemical Co. has! a new office Peter Novak, the chamber's BUY DIRECT FROM OWNER
#go, he was a member of the made in the last few years for |CD Director I | executive-secretary W. H I Bud) Whittaker. Industrial -
manager here. Ernest: C. Moon
good public !
a project for this
Vmgregratlonal, and a veteran H o 1 1 In of World e sphurch s money. The Junior Club extends 30, of Gainesville took over the Rotary Hears I "Several changes have been representative for the Concrete mock Home
War I. this invitation to the position this month. Applicants To I I made toward the eventual Seaboard Coastline! Railroad 3 bedroom 2 bath large living room.'dinlng room.

:Surviving are two sons, .L,. public' to present suggestions/ ,I Former manager of the firm !Public Defender goal of building up the annual will be the featured speaker Plenty of closet space. Hardwood floors. Garage
at this time. The desire of the Be ScreenedTen i banquet into the outstanding with storage above. Central
JMV Olive Jr., Starke; end Rev. located at 539 Hast: Call St., I I space heating.
club Is to use the for 1 social activity of the year, LONG BRIDGE
Mnirls Olive, Lady Lake; one money R. A. Oreen Jr., public defender
was John Breeden. Mr. Moon i Novak said. COMMUNITY: flit'RCIII Close to Southside Elementary School.
the project which, in their for the .
SISter) Mrs. Ollie Mac Hillman, I applicants position for the 8th Judicial
-Uotroit. Mich; two brothers, opinion will be of greatest and his wife, Frankie, also 'a of Civil Defense Directorfor Circuit spoke at the Rotary j On the agenda of the up- .
v ned Olive, Englewood and benefit to Bradford County. : Gainesville native have two Bradford County will he Club Wednesday! describing! I I coming banquet will be time I I Sunday School. 10 a m. Call 964-9933

oJn Olive, Auburndale.:1'uneral children, a eon, Phil, 3, and<.l a interviewed individually on the function of this new of- allotcd to pay tribute to all of ;.I Morning Worship. Ha. m
daughter Vicki, 2. final the mn who have served as I|I Evening Service 7pm. For Other Information And Personal Inspection
services were held Station Operator Jan. 16. with" recommendation fire created by the 1063
... 2:30: p. m. Tuesday In theJRJhn Mr: Moon I Is a graduate of made on that !date Legllliature. I presidents of the Chamber in WUford McCormick pastor. I.I',.
M. Funeral Faces Grand P. K. Yong. High School in by a special committee appointed Public defenders were made the past-stalling with A. J I'

time, Macclenny Brlnkley, with Rev. OalnesvlIU and ha. been associated Tuesday by the County necessary, the speaker !said by'I _

Jtrjmey Thompson officiating Larceny ChargesA with the prst control Commission to screen applicants a Supreme Court decision that

Burial. wan In Macedonia Cem-: company Mince 10r.lie)/ Is a for the $400 per defendants on trial In non-
warrant has been issued
t..ry !in Baker...County. registered pest control opera month post capital felony cases are entitled
Active against: A. J. Strickland operator tor. The new manager who has J. W Shiner, chairman to counsel, provided bv = ij
nnpen; Ernest were L. M. of an Eastern Oil Co.I already taken over the office, the committee, said that a the state If they cannot afford K
darreU. J. C
Gardner, Virgil Owens gas> station on Highway' 16, for I will move his family here as joint meeting of the County to pay for their own

4 Harris,, and Lacy Brow Buddy allegedly stealing 49904: In: soon .. possible. Commission and the Starke Before. this courtappointedcounsel to Word or leas' one time ../5 Memorials. Resolutions) __ M porCard .....

Y ._ City Council would be calledas was provided only in If not paid. In advance __-. 1.04 .* of Thumka 09 t. M words ..._.. 1M

soon as possible after the capital cases lo Insolvent de- Keyed or Blind Ads _ _ 1.00 Over' (0 words Ie par weal
16lh to act on the committee'srecommendation. son stated.dendants. .
Each additional word over 2O 08 Display ad. la Clarified ____ LA4)) .... ....

Shiner. wail elected chair- Orecn saUl the ruling was

man of the screening com retroactive and made some NEW AND USED ChainSaws I FOR SALE-3 bedroom unfurnished I I FOR SALE =- Angus bull. 3 I

I, III'' I I I u uIyIINIT mittee at an organization 4.000 Inmates of the State | $50 Up Repair all makes hou.se. Screened I years old. In perfect condition.

L / meeting held Tuesday night Prison eligible! for re-tilal under ,I McCulloch Dealer. Wisconsin front and back porches. Must be sold by Monday a. m

Col. T. T. Long was chosen the so-called Otrieon dpI I| & Brlggs & Stiatton Florida 'FREII Hardwood floors. Nice neigh. See J. B Prevatt, Hampton

vice chairman, and O T. Hug- clslon. He said the intent of | Saw Co. 19th Drive N. E.' borhood near Shopping Cen- Junction. It 3!

7'tillll gins secretary the decision was to assure||i Gainesville 376-3411. 1 1I ter. Phone 969-2831._tfp FOR SALE-New Double bed
"-- ---I I
Shiner said questionnaire man of his constitution-'' Read The Classifieds!
every WORLD'S LARGEST COSMETIC -I HOUSE FOR RENT -2 bed- H price. New ladles coat
were mailed to all applicants al 1 right to a fair trial even''
I COMPANY HS" roon unfurnished. Walking dishes. lumber and etc. Mrs.
RKETyoop Every Day! Wednesday with notification though he!' could not afford to ,I openings for neat, mature FOUND AMONG:\ :' THE I distance to Post Office. Phone Doris Price 148 N. Church St.
of the Interview on the 16th. employ counsel.\ I
II I women. Average 13 per hour(CLASSIFIED ADS CALL 064-2521. tfchg. Phone 9691561.!) 2tp 1 lit
Shiner has been serving asi I The speaker was Introduced I: _
(Iii .' Fast Service acting director since' the resignation by his father, Lex Orel'n.I I with Avon. We train ;you.. AT THE TELEGRAPH, FOR RENT-2 bedroom .unfurnished S-&H GREEN PROJECT

; j I illll 111 (' I of Mrs. C. L. Scholl 1 I Write, or call Ouldu C. Sweat..I OFFICE FOR A FREE 1 I house. Klngsley : -The First Pre ) yte.
; 1 ( 1 I l '' I Good Price lint month. ,Con Game Costs P- -O.---Box- 540 Live Oak,-.FU- I('TICKET TO TilE FLORI-]|: Lake Village. Phone :533-2702.:. I rlan Church'18 seeking tobuy
$40 per mo. ltp an organ by ,means of S&H
SALE 3 _
Clean Stores FOR -- bedroom house .DA TIIRATRK.:
!(; i Oreen Stampsalso; monetary
304 Weldon St. No reasonable FOR RENT 3 bedroom
3911:3021 ]LITJC ion a Elderly Negro offer refined. Must be sold at FOR RENT -.4 rooms and house. Inquire at Bus Station. contributions are acceptable..
bath nicely furnished house 118 I Anyone wishing to donate toward
SHOP once. Contact Mrs Doris Carl 2tchg
Hit F: I 1 J DOUGLAS Woman $600A 'ton, 409 Kentucky Ave. St. For adults cr with an Infant DRESS: BALE I this worthy cause should
child. Inquire at 733 N'' ',contact Fritz Kramer, phone
Cloud. .FU 2tchg 10 I) Values to $1298 during --1
-- Thompson St tfchg 969.1185. Itchy
JACKSON'SWhere colored couple all-dgcdly __ _
INSURANCE uary 2 for 498. Other -- ----
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% Your TradeIn SMOKEHOUSEAND "connrd" Daisy Cox. an elderlavoloredwomsrl. AT REDUCED a.ATES FOR RENT Oarage! apartment -I count bargains.. Mary Carter County l
: who lives! I I AU10 .IKE BOAT I Klngsley; Lake year a-, Paints 331 N. Temple Ave. __ I' \
r Appreciated on !U. 2. out of 1800 last frl- DOtl.K E. COMNCK' : I 1'round. Furnished or unfurnished I 3tchg 1 21 ".1. .t Tele 'eph.__
of INSURANCE/ !! AGENCY: Dr.tayns( :
day in the parking lot Phone 533-2301 i: -' Jr
I I I Phone (64-431 Johnson
Wlnn-Dlxle supermarket riert! I 2tchg 1 *'1 Peter bedroom house.

'Now ., 2 Stores To Serve You! MEAT MARKET The victim reported the I ItAlkf'd IF \OU IMS'T'iST' tfehg to FOR- SALE"Slietlan.1' pony- I nfY R "TiOMEF! "NO|l FOR Redecorated SALE'-2 Inside and out-
after they hail closing cost. Low monthly '
couple to police nelthborhoiod.
8'i\ old. Phone 98921SI Oood Ears
BROWNLEE. her Into. putting up i .lease a new bunlncM. i years I' payments Also house and I Iapartment.t
516* : ,:E. ,STREET I tfchff | terms.. :W, .H Nollman. tfchg
: 1600 she had In the Florida building In Starke', with | --- I tor'l't'nt.'' See W. -- --

505V\ MADISON STREET Dank, and told her they 'would parking apace and living 1 FOR RENT -- Klrmslry Lake H. Nollman. Starke. tfchg j WE HAVE a selection of used

&Jecials be back In 30 'minutes. with. quartrrs which could,' be I home. Nicely furnished, well) TRY' DIADAX tablets t Formerly '' refrigerators., All In working
11.800 for her. I used' for private' AffirmI I heated garage pier and boathouse ; DEX-A-DIETI: Ken. order for $40 up. SLADE OAS

Police reported that this'" .__ DOVT CAM 61-0013: _| Monthly or yearly I name SAme formular only of STARKE tfchg

WEEKEND SPECIALS! Negress met the couple In Uie FOR SALE Craftsman Riding 'I rates Available January 1 I 98c MITCHELL'S DRUGSTORE I -
Sec Carl Johns, 964-4201 or
lot and they told '
I'M(} TAILS Or parking Mower Like new. Used 6 tp I'O: HASTINGS MATTRESS
found pockelboolt I I 904-074 tfchu
had a one summer Phone 969-315)!)
Prices Good Thurs Fri. Sat. Sun. NECK HONKS) : with a ".rest deal of mon v after 530.: Raymond Rowell FOR" BM&- Used plywood.So .! :

in If and if she could put I sq. ft. Lavatories like new FOR SALE: 71* Lera.n SI. faUste
LB. 121J2c up some) money for "...("urlty." I__ _!tPI| $10 each Medicine cabinets I Ready mix concrete, concrete Furniture. Repaired

"GENESSEE they would! split the proceeds REGISTER NOW for course I $3 each. Good used lumber, block:, house piers sand cement 4MATTREBSSS
Evening Classes Mall mix, steel Uphobtered :
with her 'used plumbing supplies. Jack mortar rock,
Htnak.Of.l.ean 'I selections) to Director.: Dt.tuver eyster shell- llnerock.: roof REBU1L1
The Negress then went to I l son Building Supply: Starke
c Dry Salt Bacon the bank and withdrew her I, 100. Starke Fls. Apply In Pf'f-I'':I Jfchjt irrsvel. Hntels BRADFORD New InncirnpriiHt
,. son l:3O: to 4-30: pm. ( -
ENOR. CO. Phone 864-2521
Full tOOO and brought It back In I ':' WANTFn: -m'-'ld. 9 until&- I I
(hearJ.) Negro adults contact Stark Itch and Box :springs;
Beer 2 79 Lb. cash to the couple who toU Prof. Thompklns. RJE: Hl-n days a week Furnish own
Quarts 29c her to come back 'In 30 min I R.1. tf'hc transportation. Call 964.1941 I Deg Cs A Card eu COrALATKA I
ut.... She came back at 13:30: I 2tchg 1:11: GREAT OPPORTUNITY .A I.....
but !1________ for man and wife that would STARKEUS..
Fresh Or Smoked p m. to meet the couple, Insurance Problems? I
appeared FOR BALE Solid rubber til like to have Independent liv MRS. rCGOr ..1IA1.I.mI.ltart. .
the couple never ;
PICNICSLb. Call Th Man From '1 "
3 > thick. Beautiful colors
ing. Cheap rent good locationIn .
Police say there 1 Is .. And
City I '"TK.''.n..ft. !'! ,I Direct! from factory at pricesyou south end of Lake Butler
Formost "FLAVORITE PICTORIAL" All Flavors little hop of finding the I
I George E. LaRuA. can afford M R. Judd
18 miles from fitsrk ll.SOO-: WANTED -To lease or buy
29c couple asi the "con" was reported I
the Keystone n.'aht.'t.' For 127: Lafayette St. Phone 9 450M -,: 00 will buy this opportunity' acreage for fill dirt pur-
too( late living ,, "Tr.."..lr. Ins. I, Call tfchu
C couple plenty of time to van CotnpanlM' evenlntn. Clean stork of groceries and OIfS.! Will pay eash. Call W.
ICE Roll Sausage or i Tel. 473-44PI nay A 1''I fixtures.! Investigate this to. T. t Billy I Jackson M4-4011.
lab with no trace : C BLADE: IJl'.n"Mt
Yz I I 473-4123 Nlt.... day My lean .ls and I am
Assistant PolChl.f\ Kenneth 1 plumber and builder countywide I up Central Truck: Lines. tfchg
Beef Liver .
40 ',, A.* rtr llonw. R..tiM>M going back home. Come to -
Fuqua said the. "pocket- Three! was to save you
Gal. : Monthly I"symr.t I'laa Truck Stop In Butler, ask fo-1 I FOR RENT ibrnl.ted"ap.rtment *
book full of moneV IIt.1"Y 1 money-by the hour Job or '
CREAM Lbs. A...1&1I... i Roadside Fruit Mkt. W M at rear of store. 321
3 99cI..t old ron game and Is usually, I contract Phone Maxvlll
N. Tempi Are Call M93M1.tfchg.
I tit'''.. Henderson lip I ,
pulled on elderly persons. '"I 4Sll. tp 1 1t -
I ,. __ --- -

: FLUSunday
I I Duple apartment. Large STARKE TYPEWRIT1JI fice Card Index File. 1 Urg- '

Lb.CHUCK School 10 a. m.I I closrts: private' driveway, nice SERVICE wood heater, Abestos Shingle\

19c Morning Worship It.. 1ft.Vocation near BH3 Well-' RL 1. Box 51. Lswtey I lot Church window. All bf MORILR IIOMES

Bottle Training Union '::4S p. m I heated Rentvrr apia Apply If tain prices. Apply Oosp*' 'AUTO SALES;
6 -tr.Mt: (: '> 613 McMahon St tfeht Tabernacle' office tfchg USED FURNITUREAND
79C evening Service' 7.10: p m. WANTED To purchase old
Carton STEAKor Prayer Meeting Wednesday. N15WLY' DPCOKATYD:: iurnUlved .: piano In fond condition for I BE SURE TO SEE: World Book APPLIANCES

7.30: pm. apartment. On and children to practice. Phone before buying any other Earyelopedla Atwtjr Below Marketi
ROAST two bedrooms. Reasonable : H4.2 1I. A L Croby Jr \ M, A. "Payne your< i i aid CLEAN"i
Light and water' furnished\ local representative sine na.I .
I 1'9
is4rrM..a CarUM.* sad) i 2tp OBEYThat lrpshs. I
I Contact 4)1 Center' flit orphOM P. O. .Box lOt Phone M497Mrtrtot I I I
Lb. 1
: 49c .....w. PS'_ titlM II $t.S M4-T1I1 or M4-45SI. 1 Joe Krrrttsni ttehr -DrlT a LJttVs Save I

GRADE "A" MEDIUMEGGS Fresh I al The TUJKGJLAJ'fL -- tfeh' i! METRO DELJVERY: VAN -!' -rt.OIURT- -I I'II I a Lfttr I

ZIP CODs srAt.tl't. FOR t I truck equipped for csmpln I I([Lake.C MT. M.bile HeeMsi
Florida 1 it* s. rnoscmoM! rr.F1IOVE .
SALT AT nRADPORD' COUNTY J I xreUnt cocvliUon M D Oaovtt sad ran

I --TKLTORAPH- phone >* 00$01 tfcrw : M4-41S4 1 nL So th e-f It.,......

FOR its cr- .Fumurid 2 bed- FOR RENT: Nicely furnished '' !OOIIT 4-Jl" w ....1111 sleights ee niw y 100

naturalgas room house. All modern' conrtunt9 I bedroom ("OCt.r. Large IT I: DI5T1/CTiT1t!' nowcu ;

\ *. Ortrle kitchen IN room and kllrhen. Madern: : We Wtrw Ftowe. Asty..'.. Dr. U 11. .1fttftlftft
49C On bit Lab Santa 7*. Adult 'OInnwnnota.l Newly, painted"| tteU
Dozen"COPELAND" -V C'ona-I Mr DnrU Carl. tarn! ckMeU 414 L**. m I P'Oft' rALtt- '!I'J5 ft. LirtyTT ';

ton. 4W Kentucky! Atr,. ft! tutu Mr \ r Ssuto. &31U.U.hon 0..... .;'<.....( tor _pM.
OroA ru JUh I. PI lf<'n' For Monument' PtMd/ KrjrstosM H.t<1its 4TV4TJt.

Markers. Etc. ,
LISTINGS: FEOF.n: : : LADY DeawM" rW frxn SaLe --pkorln4 lot
ASSORTED Y ('- .....-... Stark to Pete BM., U1O CALL lire
PUoU.'\ Panay, PctwUMLralrndda.
t 14 Tot: Monrnv r.r.MCTHT IllTYKKSK : .!neTU.. Hann 8 to J Stow G. S. Newcomb ,
1 .. Snay Ora.... Alwshrvbtary
-+ t:" 'tOl'-' iOU .. Everywher.: clay t thrown. PrkUr CaD M4Ml r...... !$$4Sl1RtulstGTOV : -ur.. Y R FwRsOford -
j LUNCHMEAT TOI''Y> JIM RKTTUI STnmrr R.\I.TY est. 141." After 4 p laTtrh g'-s ..4 norUj af
It* --- --. -- .--- -
G )1... Mary H, Drown -- st&lh. I"bIIIW 44-U7I. Uct 4'WA.
and doers tl quietly, rtoaner. faster avid! more ItranrhHNi Manager IN("( >ME TAX SERVICEa110RT An1.I 3.,,,Cif
Z 49t .'2Tf>> -Oprws.e4 _;
ECONOMICAL.Call : .r m a II. ......... .1:>D 141NO OHM Oood ...4 rvftUvraten. Iak'vt.bn -
I.retary.MMKHU.. ttltaltYue end Iy'Ora' < .
t r.... ..*-!.. al''I''IJL'I' : Ain VIRM .. wasM'. fedkn. ate .
Write P. O let
Ina today for a free ""*"..... M"MI'N'1 r. Oaarul..d pmtlng' ea4r.flair Tt*. Mart tfcfeg<

STARKE NATURAL GAS ..2 M Brm...wkr Oow toPTMn 1)su. 1 *. W. __ P. M. roM RJLJTT 4 rsueaakUk .and. rod SUCTt- t WJiunsi ap.rt.ae.a. .

i Bologna Pickle-Pimento. OHte 1Jver.Che.** Smut ('11''" 1111.! ruoNK MI-UI f'fttYthAC' M4.l41 P"MI.."' fwrnsktami mv+rteeeI.
i Jut< I lit !t. Tfcis.si.S) .9 Pbon* *...11U., JVfcg 121 ..... ....-cnt,, 4 rhC 13

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Bradford County TelegraplbSTARKK

F FLOIUr, TlirKMY., J \S. 9. |IluitBradford's { 1

before cold weather came I''So are Cook Books. Chrtstinn Church. ,he( 19th. ETverjone !U urged to HEH-BRONN ,

1flI/t They consisted of a littlo : Mrs. Joyce Futch and Mrs Attend I n\pnsT CIIUKCII

J ce loop-type tllll i at\ the back ol Want to know wh.it was th > V. R Reddish werelsltln, ,.: Ft,rut Baptist: SundaySchool Sunday School. 10 a m "

a shirt/ or blouse. which was hoUr wife iU-in umonii\ teenagers Mrtt. John Cone In Drunker I 10 a. nv Worship. I Ua Morning Wonthip 11 am

originally\ intended to use w ':' for ctu 1111 milS this year' Sunday m. Training Union 8:30: p. Training Union 7 p.in. Evening -
Agricultural Outlook hang the thing" up. but It soon Simply Horeo !record Recent visitor of Mrs. O. J. m. Evening Bervlcc. 7:30 p. mYWA. Worship 8 pm Prayer

I caught on and became a status players PhllllpK were her lstr, MiMr \' 3pm. Sunday Prayer Mfrtlnif< Wednesdays::30 pm.
New Crops New Markets New Enthusiasm r *>mbol< :< -Chaitrs *. L. It tllnote. Mr l\Iel'tlnl Wnlneadiiy. 7'30J\ RPV Chnrlfs' Hnrvi-y., paatrOlrrhrimk -
a wouldn't be cuuglu'' Marilyn: \ Illnotiu' of Lortdn 111 This' work the pnst>r, Hrv
.., One .....AA A...........*.
a A C Ftwox, ) I K iMiulurlliiK .. ,: C'artrldtf and
dead shut In'' Mr: and Mrs !
: buying a new u\iti Phlltlos
will haveto
A Of
new spirit of enthusiasm permeates course new of [ISntlu, '" ronntaln .
without Howevrr and study of l" lh" book Prim 'I.U t.:5 -
fall 11\0\111'1',.
vliltrrt her
the one sons
a I the agricultural scene in Brad- be developed! for these new crops, they have travelled the roaJ! 'I LAWTEYUy \ Mr. Uruin B-nl tor anA fnmtly (111,1.1 M,'''!.:1'' C3 U ., The TKL: ORAril.HiiiiMdli .
ford County as we enter upon a new but the experience has been that a
and are now out. Dnnmon! 8nturrtiyMrs. \ : :
year. All of the plans that are in the quality product, properly graded i and t rits: ItlrneharlaaaaaaaalaUaaraeaUa Lois Carter and\ 1 SMnvnt I j.
making might not materialize is packed) or packaged usually has no w
With winter come\ a whole t the wetkrnit with t 11''
the habit with plans-but some of trouble finding a buyer.In fir'ti new set' of fads and styL-s! and I sons, Floyd and B'uil': Ocnmnk a iiT\lllir\\l
them unboubtedly will. other areas, the opportunitiesfor ../ the biggest one was and still Filday !gucnts of Uov. and .and her" brother-in-law and\ I i i i ( \ t \sA \

An active and enthusiastic Advisory advancement are just as bright. la the A11-\rather coat or Mrs!! W A. ftc were Mr and I Ii sister. Mr nnd Mr ,I II II 01Attuhu.

I Committee is cooperating: wholeheartedly Pecan revenue> in the county could be ; ; trench-coat: j Mrs Everett Harms of East. In JitcksonvlllrMr r

with the new manger of the doubled or tripled with the proper i They' became the venue last i Durham. N Y wed) Mr. and : and Mr: \ All,-n Sturltn\ .
Mrs Newton Reynolds of Dur-\ of Jiirktonvlllt' \n,ri> Siu/" 1nVlsUors
of and and sennrd to
Starke State Farmers Market and with care and management groves, winter Ultras
County Agent G. 1' Hoggins in plans by grading at the market in order to take up where they left off. I i I ham. N. Y of Ml and Mis Luth
Hy ('hart... PM1lpp" ,, The epitome of course' Is a Mr.[ and Mrs William. Share Hllllnnl and film 111'uI..y
for making agriculture in Bradford command a higher price at the time of
i '
and children of Columbus visitors or Mi: nn"
London but have
Fog many
County a year 'round programnotjust sale. Tf't'naller' likes and dislike Imitations. Ohio spent Ihe holidays. with Xtrs. Near CnrtiMwrie" trouslns. h.. i ILK

a two or three months "deal." Predictions of increasing strawberry change very quickly\ and along only The colon are bleg ant: I Mrs Share's parents. Mr. sent Mr mm M
Agricultural leaders from the coun planting in the county to a thousand with the rapid turnovri" black are are In for both: girls Mrs Orville Mumaarner Other and fumily or Oilindi' l ..
ty were in Gainesville Monday conferring acres in the next few :years no longer of ntylrs there are bound to and boys guests of the lUimgArnrn during and !Mr and MM. t :M Nn.n"

with those high in the ranks of the !seems' an idle pipe dream-if the labor bo many fads popping up. > the holidays were their' halts Mursh. mid, :MUs" l n.I.,

Agricultural Extension Service and the problem can be licked, as it must be if rrrhapn the most widen) Elbow patches on sweaters. slstrr' -In-law. Mrl.V.lt.! .., by Phillips of .1 ierk. "intlh
t University of Florida Experiment Sta further expansion is to be carried out. place that fads are found In .<. were the rage! tn November. 1, llumpornnr. and their. nephew' Mrs II M Mniiiuns') II''\" FULL DAY
t -nager'. life are In th" and' otter Mr and Mrs Kenneth Mrs M L. Turner' siu-iu Ho,'
tion. Among those whose advice was With improved methods now being and a rw still In I
clothe he urrt v flihliw nt Cross or.iThey FRESHERSim
sought was Dr. F. S. Jameson head of practiced by Bradford growers! yieldper weara.Since Burgandy anj cranberry red numusmcr.\ and children
the new year U netting i I were the colors for full and. all of Washlntton. Ohio; and rrportrrt, a oil, teeth
the of the has been from
Vegetable Crops Department stepped
up under way I've decided.1to 'another nephew and niece.. I Mrs Iron Mlsiliiu rut '
; University of Florida; Dr. Jim Monte- around 250 to 300 flats per acre fiveor recapture some of the ads are blouses In for and everything; shirts Hev and :Mis Wairen Uum- MrA 1.lIthl'1111111"11\ WIMIvlNltlna ..

laro. and Mason Marvel, assistant vegetable six ;years ago, to from 1,000 to 1,500 and styles that have come anAl The newest even style punts It a bur- '' garner. and children, of Clnrlnnatl. Mr wed Mis, ,!...hAxulnr 'l '

crop specialists with the Extension flats per acre today. passed since school started In'' Bandy belt--Loop, of course I Ohio .. III kaonvlllr Mend I'
Service. Extension specialists tell thatFlorida's September a ;i ii HIT Valley
I Loop belts are \way In. right Junmle Eunice of Atlanta vMr
IIn,1Iu 1 : IUl"h Wi.r
The topic of discussion was the development 2.300 acres of berries last t now. All other kinds except was Saturday overnight guest "
of new crops in Bradford season had a greater total yield than With the help of friends of'' plain leather are out All those of !Mr and tetra Kinory Eunice amt Janet Hi'own' ncromiMnlFd -

County to "fill in the gaps" between over 7,000 acres planted in I ouisinna.. mine we've come to the conclusion that are In. for boy, have the. and visited other relativewhll / Mr Wlafl' father W .1

strawberries, pecans, and tobacconow Truly, strawberries are back to stay in that anything! around big! buckle hereOn Wise. to hU home In Opp\ Al.i.
la either "In" or "out". mean i I npr a plf*"f\nt, visit hrl.i iwith li IMIItlliSAT + S
the three main money producerson Bradford County. out'' Friday.. Mra C K Slrlck- .
Inn U Is either In style or th.fmlly
Plaid mufflers In again
the county's farm front. Method throughout the agriculture of style. air land and Mrs Mary Sargent Church ArtUlllr.nraro .
this ...winter and are!! fast becoming of Oalnesvlll. the
slant day
As always, the University specialists ]- industry must be modernized, of i I I will. briefly! list a number the thlnn at HHS I Mrthcx11 Church

i t pledged their enthusiastic and un course, to meet the competitive situation with Mrs .Strickland' sisters, Rchatl.S: .
of things that have either for bo\a. For girl. Mr, JoyceFlitch ( M m 1Ynrdtgl!;' HWtFAVORITE )
qualified support. They will work closely of today. Just as methodh of growing been In. are now In. or are charm bracelets are still In, Cllrabcth TYrrvWeekend \ and Mra U a. m MVP.. \ p m Kur ih-

with agricultural interests here in have improved so must method) now out. It mar bo confusingto : with personalised mean;ntoa.Platers I next two Hunitnv! night Jim,, GROCER t tv
vegetables, just as they did In promot- of grading packaging, and marketingbe mime who are not unrd tII'' guost. of Mr and 13 anil II). at 7 :30\ ) p m. thCommission '
Mr Arthur
ing the amazing comeback of strawber' improved The day may not l be> too speaking\ In this manner but ; for dresa are absolutely and Mr. J II IV*ice of were Miami Mr I .. on Mission. will
It will give you a chance' to anil l have rhsrtif and' l l'r""pIII> thitutly / YOUU
for both
ries. distant when all farm products will bo In. girls Mr
and Mr Wallen
see what It U like to talk. of AlA 1)1) I, "Our AtUslunA\ l fixluv. '
Among the "fill-in" crop possibilities graded and pre-prlckagetl! at the market teenage fashion. boys The favmlte colors are and Mrs Annie Rtevens of Two film it,rips+l will be ihovi-i
!! that are receiving attenton here before being sold Navy Burgundy and Olive Jrrksonvllle.nd, Johnny !lap;) In ronnrcllon with th'ml!- FAVORITE CONTAINERS

are head lettuce and a new variety, of With,, the interest! and enthusiasmnow Probably the hottest thin, ', The style, however' Is to have f of Ft 11rceMr "T ie Factors Tht Confront

onions that have better "keeping" being shown by all agriculturalgroups that welcomed student beet no .Insignia on the breast !pocket I W A., Cox had Urn mla.I Va' on" the 13th. and Th: .

qualities} !!* than the ones heretofore in the county, it is inconceivable to school last tell was Madras i i I fortune to fall and bank her rtontlrTh.. r,.ll. If"1 :

grown. )Head lettuce now being grownat that substantial progress will not I It started last year! and came For the past year "Bwee hip Saturday morning Phsiundrrwent

the State Prison Farm is believed by be made in the next few years. As back stronger than ever In Haircuts" for boys hate been I| surgery and Is receiving

some to be superior to that producedin pointed 1 out by Commissioner of Agriculture September and then died a gaining !In popularity but the lo..trrslmnt|>ltal in Jacksonville In itlv.ralAr <

such magnitude by California. I If it Doyle Conner at a gathering of few months later It Is nowput ttat-top la still fsvored two Her friends rryrrl t the accldrnl .

can be grown at the State Prison, it Bradford County Fair enthusiasts here nobody wears anything to-one. The Sweep features a and are praying for ..

can be produced just t as well on the last weekend-agriculture is still a big Madras.It could be found In ahlrta. ,I tarn whiff of hair swept low I: partly recoveryMm. e g s g r
farms of I Bradford There In Bradford acroaa the forehead, a la Hobby I '
County. are industry: County. With the blouses! skirts, belts Pt'rmudlllIIhorta I I A 1C Hurley would Ilk* d /
also! new varieties of leaf lettuce that right planning, tireless effort, and everything. and the, Kennedy Moat any style fur friend tit know that herannlnlaw
haircut.. I la o. k. however except
might be explored. Pole beans are an- smart promotion, !it can become the coolest cat waa the kid ,,lth an the which I I.
other pl) Mibility. leading industry for years to come. four Madras! shirts or the girl I only for ducks ducktall. llrv. arul) Mr. W U n..ii.tl, +
and daughter art now rs,,,ldin f
with a couple of v1
At for'Jllr", the stjle l I.
skirts In Wichita Ksitsa. alters h.
I i I atloranti round. Bouffant than accepted a call la, 'the
Assessing The Johnson..Administration har-dal.an. out--way out I iWeejun i o ,
When school. ( started, the 'e Christian Church. They sett,
air" styles conslalM of culot- formerly. In Oaletia Park, T>*
It Is too early to assess! with certainty twined with the tax reduction bill wrap-around skirts madras loafer ar* definitely a* where Mr llui ett served ..rF 4
err .
the attitudes the Johnson administration which, along with civil rights( leads! blouses, and Oraiahop. In Oold Cup; wMka ar* ale I rears as pastor of the ., i' hiI
.toe. In N
will take, the philosophiesit :air Johnson' domestic "must" legislation pl'rII-an outfit that consisted Ge.nr Parks era i

will promulgate and the policies it lint just as' it did Mr. Kennedy's. of bermudas with a silt\ skirt I

will pursue But there are already revealing Some of the most' influential SenatorsSenator over It. They are now out.

signs, just aa there is much Byrd for one- -want assur-1 I .

informed speculation.In antes of economy in spending and a Pin-stripe and seersucker FLORIDA r
domestic the Presidenthas limitation deficits before will shirts and blouaea outlasted f Y f I Ir'
policy, on they r rI rI rI rf
!said that supports the programs be willing to gn along with tax': cuts '! Madras but they left at soon: I w fit t {r rr r

of the late President Kennedy. But it There i III speculation now that passage ai longer ehort-slrrved be worn.Heraurker ahtrU. could I I ,+ + Itll M t r''4 I

is also true that he has a mind and of the bill-designed to be retroactive no belts were the

will of his own and, politically speaking to January I-may be delayed until thing last summer but they -THEATRE- 1 r, ,, ; t ,, t, '
must! create hU own image. On summer though :air\ Johnson told Congress never' were fantastically In. r .,
government upending he has said, ""'(0 Wednesday that It had talked) .

are going to cut out every dime of long; enough- and requested immediate per hap* one. of th* greatest. '' ,, t ./ '
waste we can In'order to have as muchto Action. fsd In 1M3 were Loop shirt I
spend on the unfilled needs of this They reached their peak jiut
No one should underestimate:\ .
MS .t. .
: 'i r
r G
lie has said that he is
nation. uncertain -
Johnson's talents a< a ctrategi.it. II ill 1:00 MUMMY % nt)
of the size of the coming[ budget experience- In government- as a Congrwwman. I to stand a better chance of ::
-- ai H l B MOB B ai BMi
but most outside authorities- guessing Senator, Majority leader approvalKlldeer.. 11

at a figure in the neighborhood of and as a very active and well-Informed th "'cold-weather Friday, Saturday Jan. ,, i
$103 billion. Vice President- ha t been extraordinarily I ?
In evidence
bird ere much eMound >
The budget problem will beyond I wide. Those .who. know him I best<< are th* county now, and DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM
be of the toughest- nut for
doubt one .. welrotn'
should h as
unanimous!! in saying( that he will bring
Mr. Johnson to crack In his relations they' die out .nd consume a i ter '
with Congress, which he knows no well.- unusual strength of purpose and decision l- lot of bugs and lncU front t ; l i. ai rr7 e

It is a problem- that is Inextricably enTobacco to his off ce.I : the bola they die on our "t ,
placer. It kmka as If thy ors /

other crop grltln a lot of "puppy-do-
,r ,

I 1 I In limn of drought." when lla/f oecaclun "Ust .ek UAa > rte y

Farmer's Diary Irritation U needed the erect" 'I a torr at the r...t Unit of
U only I a tiny stream and ta the Mat Prlaon. and It It a a* ;
not uwful a* a source for I hard to i.t out of that plat, wr'r'' ,f

much-needed ..ac.U one s. It .la to gt In. we'd af If r'
: rllt7lr
By SuI McGanq'ilrermbrr 'I. real matlmum aentnty. affair JI y:
rower In that area saM.Whn .
.... i We got In under Ut*
the erne la run >. fI ,
.o* a cold month already got roar .water" Chas vatchful' eye of a bunch 01n" DSN bra w. .r. .
and then waa no Worm tospeak we need anbow"* -.- dos. and thy era K. d J r '" w iei A
of. and 110 wt !h..r nc i i staMit aa mean and mild a iatl:. SI tti
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troll on the way Turf, However I tow of animal a* wilt ever
Then U .om. fait of ewt.M PLUS.. .
n* Mid the plants ar* In -
seen outatd af a auaOn
good condition and making tuhln a wftUrttvrd In that '64 Jet-smooth Luxury Chevrolet
srttYXl. throutch Uw help of ,
good growth A TJaunder Story of the (Race T.cJulTHE !
Uw rand Conwt'Tatk'Jn' llrrvln.red cf th rwl. a O .reran1tTwstrrd..lyd nit

at thU tarot p"tua- Item huncrfly VI'" .. .t c' Y It.A""'V.E a +ar a Q'.... r ,\ ',\ \' Illf11" 1
Bioweis who uaepjMU Aa effort .U now under .w., arr MvrctUalton .hi helot eondirtti .. tf 4rttin vhether. tnrr CHECKERED FLAG rt.Y y .." r rrNne' "fwf,..+...,".. dr,,,"c 14,14, ..' t"ingetfl ,

( ecrrrrtnc flf'.d- U> do sorarttitna- About tM alternate llmrrrr eel cucb .as mou, h rrwt on th*. tar to. r fr t ,'.".... tIt ... a 'st ',.,....,.'_ t.,,,,"
are! getting ready to pUn ftondin and drought plan vould, nnulrv tn* aorypnalon art to make an attack ..tl> wfeet '. I, A" dAesr y.Y.I".h! Aar ,u deeeet. ar tart/ 1' anus up:,

reed vltttin UM rotting were condition' /In hit Wsur O+a of .B tanftwnrr m .1 i> and foe tree Urn,* .trvtMm In Exciting Eastman Color Y'I hi.I ..,)Used .ire eM'MAy' eretly. UI_ t ....",....,. I" xetM.. h.c nut at tMm.. .

Otlw'n.ho ttrowrtrig @,..secoty. Creel baatn tn th,* genralvtcuuty that afCtMMV lrxlKn MnarUX. |- ... fn saLMTor a prteMe.n .psrtqI.. IIfw ,_-..r IM .41..1). .es ywu Amt, IIM. |> Ctrl.) IMO MM ol hart. "Highway .
haft ...,....*". a- of rUUbronn prtintn and no a. .ft Mt meal Crew th* pkh. n ...e rtr.bwre.rr'taat. pntertrar. Jet. aMuYtaalaM. era. pl eTt
u tn that awUkodpUnu cat nWrc floral Urn. Ut* errs_ choke hu a* j.. ....... r--fw04 .ward* ar* afrakf .f err boatt 'I, .. ,,, wMr, f
r et Ihvtn ...... "tf .bet SUn, Mon., Tue, We l. +.rt's t CAM./, arl ... .. .11! th. 1t.1t nut 01",0-" .. ebrwt ray .
mare time .uTh rwoq-- and ..Ur flnada BBurh ... ......... 9t &JW llrrwnrrmfMF
up to K .. *. wet fro a lM WIlr..wp. rwr fear w "t naawt nut I> l
tNe rwr M".c *
of UK area. backing ap on AnoUvvr t* LaU.. parr *...I' etesb .trot f- Jan. 12 13 14 J 15ShESMiNE ",.- .... ....., "._....... "t1.hr1 I ..... 'nw' ysq'rr: ryl soul ,Arrtrr. f way.
early trop of t+arirs M l taut vwttarui of farmland and for In* tlruntnt out of tnao I qty s A" 1l bet, ....-.4 MIItearr. duw s ra.r eater sus W.t to nmpW' one ..r

boat ton and U *rt .U no crfteti 'drtrvtung out" plant- e7ert. weft M was. beer: aural Mph UM hntt4.r. Carla. lit Jtae.) werM.tiMr J I .trerap. ...w .mat 0'''h..+rah tr.rferNWNM yu4l _/ A hw ,

nrw crap at Uht *cc'. ...ay alt you'll _!I. 'f"u' 'FrM

b Ref Cbnam+a. whe .......... t.. atr* 4y tier v f.a. ,..._ s'e...t ...... wAr/1. ry7 ernaryA. Nntr w db a Ire uI'.lnf. 3tAsireR

era a_ Nelrrrest tt Irrrethrw Sl WalU: 4 +wvetrt't.ntr.er err.I'Uevrolr/" ,._..... ....... _
rrrb eprYr, III lwNear... fir Wr1f 1tCsl1tal11161MI1S, : (Aelt.ltl gtrelie r crt,,,, a e"ul, errlltef '"
THE DMAoroRO COUNTY TLILGRAifatwrs : I'err Darter N
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CSTABUSHCO few I.tt r... ... .. fWW -
N s..r IL L traev.ewr. 11 reewr Aarw rtrew.r.rrerN eti r f_ nrw days Mrte't REMEMBER You Can Trade Your Way At'' i'

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alt ant rd rk.y w1tA. MhrtrAtur ; '
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hss.rsr- tact twtrra auN ___w A. __ sa... w...... A* TMIM .use M flee krrMlatr M III !aNrl GATEWAY CHEVROLET
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'J::) t STARKK FLORIDA THt'KKDAV, JAN. 9. 198-1 .. t

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VVYVVVYyVYVVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVI Mr. and Mrs. William Reyn and son spent Saturday at Way Back When 1
; { olds Is recuperating at home 1 Crescent! Beach. 1I I Jeffcoat

& 1 KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBJ following surgery at the Unl- Mrs. Jimmy Newman and

veislty Medical Center. In Mrs. McElveen of Sumter S. Man
Worked Six
: Gainesville Jane wan so hap- C. have returned home after I Every Days I Neon Signs
'K. Scharffer
rJJ I py and grateful that she couldbe spending the holidays with
= : home for Christmas and Mr. and Mrs. Oene Sapp and Each Year On Roads--Or Else! I NTSOtft- PLASTIC PAC'ENeon

Ii .UU&UPU& _._ _ u Designing Neon Repair
fine was equally appreciative family.
I r E'\'E BANK your husbands ---I of the cards and good wlshei ;I Charles Gaboardi of Keesler Bradford County has more | vidual farms.Settlement. ErFcUnif' $ AItlntnnanci

\ Lion NOTES'I I cursions to the of her many friends 1 N1"i; AFB Biloxl., Miss has been than 60 miles of hard-surfaced roads could be 1811 S Main ___' GaInes' ..

of the Keystone Heights Lions and enjoy an hour or so of I Mrs. John Solmu of Dune- home on leave with his parents farm-to-tnarket roads. and around !I Cl.ped! upon permission of 't'Mne' Day 373-0302'

:k Club Is still obtaining eycwllla pleasant reading in a pleasant din is spending some tlino 1,' Mr. and Mrs. James C 12'4' more miles "1:11'| the county commissioners and Nlte S728897Consolidate

4 4 far the North Florida atmosphere. with her friend.I Mrs. Gaboardi and family. the mill" in Its current. secondary the following is a typical example -,

& Eye Bank for Restol'lng.Shcht.. COUNTRY CLUB NEWS Anna 3. James on Oriole St. Carol Sue Hurst. a student road building program. 'I : I r }.

1 Inc YqtI can perform a mIra. On New Year's Eve members I Mrs. Solmu and Mra. James' in nursing at Charity How- When these arc completed "Ordered by the Board thai

/L; by sinning an eye will-permls of the Keystone Golf & took thenr Nurses' training together pit al. New Orleans La spent there will be hardly a farm In the petition of Wm. Stokes

..lon to perform that modern : Country Club Joined member / In Cook County Hospital two weeks with her parents Bradford County that does for permission to turn roal \WHY

operation, known o s cor- of the Starke Country Club to I I In Chicago. Mrs. Solmu Mr. and Mrs Homer Hurst. not have access to a modern II known as the Scout Hole road!

clo by signing an eye will per. II celebrate and welcome the I served in France during WWI Mrs. Stephen Ashley and highway be granted as prayed for In''
: who has never had the benefit arrival of 1964. as an Army nurse. son Robin, of Lexington Park But such was not always"!! petition."

of sight. Lion! Schaeffer will On Thursday Mary Brokas' Mr. and Mrs. William S. Md. have returned home after the case. I Although records disclose a IS

be happy to supply you with won both low gross and low I Slmeral have returned to Call. spending several months with The earliest settlers found large number. of "roads". at I II

pertinent literature. Names of net in the Women's Golf Association fornia after spending Thanksgiving her parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy little more than sandy trails I that time they ware still very' I

ck donors for last week Include!: nine-hole event. and Christmas with Samson. Mr. Ashley Is stationed traversing the area. and the I primItive. consisting usually of

Mrs. Alma M. Frost. Frank P. Members of the club art their son and wife Mr and I with the Navy at Patuxsnt. county's most traveled road at |I a narrow path cleared of THEREI

4a Carlisle Jr.. Paul C. Carlisle, looking forward to an inter Mrs. J, W. Simeral of Brooklyn River. Md. that time was the old trail. ,. trees with the stumps left In

: and Carolyn Carlisle aU ofKeystone. esting Husband-Wife Tourn- Lake. Other! Christmas guests Miss' Rushton Gets Award Mrs. R Gano of Hawthorne leading fiom N'ewnansvllle the I'oadway. Bridges too I '

If you care to .add ament on Jan. 19. of the Slmerul.H- were J. W I spent several days with her (near present Gainesville 1 t" were barely long enough; to !

your name to the ever growing, CARD PARTY Slmeral's cousin Miss Betty Miss Marilyn Rush ton, plowed as a reservations with son and daughter-in-law Mr Black Creek in the vicinity: o' cross a stream at low-water

lint of donors. call Lion The Keystone Woman's Club Lee Manlo-y, and John Elliott I daughter of Mr and Mrs. E.I Delta Airlines since her graduation and Mrs. Ovid Oano. Middleburg. Early growers mark and would be impassible:

., Schaeffer at 473-4127. or Lion. will hold at card party on Friday of Jacksonville and Albert I A. Rushton of Keystone from Florida Southern Mrs. Lillian Howes of Highland used this road to carry their during time of flood.

.. Eiland at 475-2630. Jan. 31, at 1 p. m. at the Blmlone lately of upstate New I Heights, wan recently awarded College in 1057. She handle Calif. i H visiting Mr. and cotton to Mlddleburg. whereit On Jan. 1. 1901 an Important I

CAN YOU HELP home of Mrs. J. O. Hlmble on York and now of Johnson yang Airlines' Meritorious Interline overseas I Interline) reservations -, Mrs. William D. Isenhower. was transported by boat up; change took place, when MUCHMONTh

The Keystone Indian Annual Lake Geneva ':"here will be Lake. Service! Award. Mak'ng MaxIe King and Miss Redo I Black Creek and into the St. all road work was to be pair]

: Staff and their Staff A'd- prizes and refreshments. Donations New, year's Day guests of the !' Tiller. spent a few days in Johns River to Jacksonville. for by taxation and the old!
the Blmerals Mr. and presentation above are Miss Rushton also recently Hartsvllle. s C. recsntly: with I The Civil War disrupted al' ]
visor, Mrs. Roberson.* have of II per person. Plan were IIl'ttl) : R. B. Freeman Varlg'Intei / ', system of each man doing his
ccme up walnut a ,problem to bring your. friends and pill Mrs. CHarles Radlmer of line sales and. won an Alitalia Lip) to Rom/i Mr and Mrs. Johnny Newsom I progress In the area and dur-, share was abandoned.In .

When Mr.. Bruce. took iilelc your favorite game. Ocean Orove N. J.,. Mr and John Alexander manager regional She has travelled extensivelyto i Mr. and Mrs. Jack McElveen!: ing that time and on through I i the early. 1900's a

something happened to his UIRT1IS OF INTERESTThis Mrs. LeRoy Geary of Pennsylvania 'manager In MiamI.. foreign countries since her' and family and Mr. and Mrs. I Reconstruction Days. the i "strange contraption" called

film that he took; of ,Home one It seems.! everyone and Mr. and Mrs Mist Rushton hat been em- employment with the all'line. Bobby McFarland. sisters and roads deteriorated instead of''I'I'I : the automobile began Its appearance LEFT
coming. They were either overdeveloped knew about but us. So that is Joe Murclll of Keystone Club families of Miss Tiller. I| Improving j In the county and a ,

,; or underdeveloped why this belated announce- Estates. I Ii Mr. and Mrs. V. Y. Craw ley I By 1871 however some new revolution in transportation .

any late, Mr. Brittle ment: Mr. and Mrs. FloytBaker Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wal- i spent Sunday In Jacksonvillewith progress was again being::\ I had begun. Automobiles I

"; was unable to give them his of Lake Geneva are the lenlug returned on the week ,i,110 there will be enough for I.vvvvv..yvvwvvwvvysMELROSE. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Colt I 1 made. From old minutes of BI i called for new and better AT

attention. ao the snnuuil'Sttfhas i p'foud parents of their third end from their Christmas all. and son. Jerry.. Jerry accompanied -I County Commission meetlnj: roads as they were constantly

I' nothing in. the way of Child Loll Ann, born Nov. 18 vacation trip to Smyrna. Oa., I COMMUNITY: : CHURCH : them home and in that year we learn that: I' getting stuck In the sand or I I

photon of the parade, or other 1943 1 in Alachua Oeneral Hos where they' spent two weeks The general meeting of the i spent! last week here.!" The Commissioners appointed bogged down In the mud. I .

1 Homecoming events. pital. with their daughter's family Woman of the Church was:" 1 Rusty Lee of Jacksonville three. "road commissioners" One owner of an early carl I i THE

,:: I Did Anyone with a camera From Roswell, Oa. comei Mr. and Mrs Robert E. Lambert held. Monday night Jan. G, By :Mr*. AUc. ItothhainnserCvvvvvwvvvVVvvvvvvvv' Beach visited his grandparents for each of the nine election recalls that the farmers haJ

take pictures of the bonfire news that Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy and four children. Durlni at which time the men of the! Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Perry districts In the county I then I two prices for. pulling you out 'Ij"

f/;; /s on the eve of Homecoming/ Lawson have their first child their stay. they were snowbound church were Invited. Rev. last week Including what is now Union with a horse or mule: $5 for I
.' 1 all and this quite an Raymond Allen and two Associates The! wscs of the Melrose! Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Kelley The road commlssloners Ij
Or of the parade with a daughter born Deo. 22. Mrs won 't I Countyl. Fords and $10 for all other" EflD
't4; .'" ", those wonderful floats Or of Lawson is the former! Jean experience for Mn. Wallenlus, from the Bowery I'I Methodist Church met Wed.. spent Monday In Lake City. had supervision of the I makes. And It was often suspected I

the crowning/ of the 110meI Morris. of RoHwell who spent who had never seen snow be. Mission In New York City Jan. 8. In the educational:I James Marshall Whlttan: I, roads In their respective dlstricts that some farmers "1m..

$ 1, coming Queen?-or of the. several summers in Keystone fore. It was a welcome! change, were speakers. They were over] building. The monthly meetIng I I 10. former Melrose .rssldent:: and directed the work proved" the bog holes in frontof

: : '" I game,-or of the dance? And with her sister Mr*. William but she wouldn't earn for Itall night guests of Dr. and Mn Included a program Oil I who lived In Largo died I of maintenance and new con- I their farms as a mans oi: Of
I A. C. Holt And Col. and Mrs. the Christian issues of Southern Thurs. Jan. and buried
2. was
7..J; : don't forget. the Band I Few and family on LakeOt'nf'va. a steady diet. i structlon. Increasing their towing busi
John and Ilome/ia/ Dodd son David Nelson.Delegates. Asia.A I In Mclrose Cemetery on Sat. 'I
'" If 10. would you be so good Every able-bodied! male In ness.
1,. 1 I ui to lend I them the negatives/ And It'l another first for and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. from the church holiday party was held lIe Is survived by his parents. the county. within a certal'llI | It was not until the early
Paul Bird of Fred" : or let thrm buy a picture from Lt: and Mrs. I age limit. was charged wit' 1920's that the county got its'
{ Area Conference And Installation people of the Ellum Jr.. brother
Baptist Whitton,
their their studies at Bob a '
have sume i
you? )Norfolk; Va. They contributing six days of work : first hard-surfaced highwayold -
In,case anyone doesn't remember first child a son. born In nBurasota Jones University In Jackson program of the United I Church Training. Union. About Thomas and a sister, Marsha. ,I each year on the roads and I II' "Road 13." the famed

the Homecoming Hospital on Dec. 30. I vtlle. they picked up four Church Women on Jan. 10. 15 youth attended the event : was liable to a fins for failure I "short route" from Jackson-
L which rlass-maten for the return The meeting will bo held In which was. held at the home I TRINITY EPISCOPAL I' !
such h named DavMKennedy
event was to be Ha has been to perform his duties He ville to Tampa. Construction
I'l' 1!. happy day was scheduled for Bird. Lt. Bird. son trip.Mrs. Trinity Episcopal Church at of Miss Reda Tiller. CHCKCn MELROS could. however. hire someone II | actually started In 1925 and!
The Woman of
10 Faith
<.. that ,fateful November 22, and of Mr. and Mrs. John Bird Of Anna S. James spent a. m. Presbyterian to do the work for him if he i It was a day of rejoicing when
t Jan. 16 will be a banner day. Church Circle willml'et Holy Days 10 a. aa.. Holy
Sarasota Christmas with her son antifamily ;
fveryohe was too stunned to Keystone Is on leave In desired. 1 final
I so the link of the highway
'! But lie and his Mr. and Mrs. William for member and friends, Thursday morning;, Jan. "Sunday 10 a. m. Church
ta many pictures. just at present. .
Old records refer to the following -i! near Highland. was completed
marking. the start of the InItial 9. at 9:30: with Mrs. R. P. .
I. In caul" family will soon return to S. James: and children. of MI. School. 11:49: a. m. Morning I Important .roads of that twa. years later. ._.
drive for the church Vogh rvi Miss Gladys McOill ,
new j
'?"'''''t! e.n'1V&t. tfJ\7I'I\ NOrtoHt" bill eurl'en.hen.- ml. She enjoyed New YearV Prayer and Sermon '{First I I time: Even this improvement was
building fund. Under the direction as hostesses. J
\ at the' school 3-4844.$ you ment. with friends. Dr. and Mrs. J
Sunday Holy Communion]. f 1 ,: opposed by some people at the
J can help. PERSONALS B. Matthews of St. Petersburg!" of Mra. A. H. Gaunt Junior choir practice at From New River bridge to,

J1 #( Thank you. Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Malm- Mr. and Mrs E.: A. I.nmm of and MI.... Walter Orollclc n Faith Presbyterian Church Jj 1 p m. Episcopal Young Church 3 tar Ice. from John O Kelly's time who feared that the

jI HOME DKSIONBTRATION ffren and family of Washington the Keystone Club Estates. entertained roast beef dinner will b'.l nerved at 4 p. m. Wednesday, and men. ': farm to Starke: from New hard road would be the ruin- .
In the educational buIld. senior chlor practice at River near Brltton George's ation of the community, mak- .
I' 'I The Keystone Chapter of D. C. spent their Christmas their neighbors"' on begins Commutilnn. II
'I J the. Home DtomonlltratlOIClub : holidays with their respective New Years Eve Quests' Included Ing from 6:30: to 7:30: p. m. 7 p. m. Thursday.Mr. I The Rev. Jean Chance farm: New Hope Church to ing It too easy for folks to get

t*' of Clay County will hold its parents Mr. und Mm. Mis. Mildred King Mr. at 11.90 for adults and 79 and Mrs. H. C. Beard' i Vicar. 1 Staike; Starke to W. 11.1 out cf town to do their buying. All

V flr t monthly meeting' of 1804on J. C. Hitnsrn and Mr. and and !Mrs. Leo LeBlnnc Mrs. cents for children. Every!: department Jr. and children attended the I I 8parkman"s bridge on to Road 13 proved an Instant

r Jan. 15 at 10 a. m In the Mrs. A. A. Malmgren of Key. Elva Scott Mr. and Mra. It Is cooperating In wedding of her brother. Kenneth ta Fe River; Starke to "Kings- I boon to the county however Your Bills

'" Clay Electric Co-op auditor stone. They all spent Christmas R. Barnes. Mrs. Claire Mat. this project And Mrs. Gaunt Owen Rope and Miss THE RIGHT POINT far the ley Pond;" Starke to the county and as our present U. S. High I

I lum. New yearbook 'w\1J'\ be. Day In Oalm-avlllo with hews and Mr. and Mr. Arth. will have the cooperation of Nancy Baker In Tampa onSat. way you write Come ta and line in direction of Orange way 301 it Is considered the II I

distributed< and plans 'will be Dr. K. R. Swinford and fam ur Lockwood. A good old. circle chairmen. Mrs. Jack .. 1.>Io.! 28. at Spencer arlct :year favorite ESTXRUROOK .I Springs. ; Starke on east Bid "life line" of the county car

made for the Clay' County ily. fashioned song-fcst was enjoyed Hnberstroh will have., chargeof Memorial Baptist Church. Mr i Fountain Pen. TELE-!: of railroad north to where{, rying more than 6.000 vehicles Town' Finance i

Council meeting' In Oieen" Mrs. Florence May Romtaln) by all.Keystonere. I the tables; Mrs. Bernard and, Mr*. Robert Bilker of' OR'.PH.In !1 Jacksonville road crosses! the 1 1I per day. I

Cove Springs on Jan. 22. when. of Nut.lly. N. J. In s winter. who attended \ Slocomb is ticket chairman, ; Tampa are parents of the Th. 5 a...I' I'....! of Th* i Alachua Trail; Starke to Wal- In the late 1920's. State LOANS UP TO
Miss Helen ttolstetn District\ guest at. White Feather Court, the Van Lalldlnllham.PreVRU and Mrs. Charles Wallenlus, bride and t the groom's parents flvMfc,. Jnillrlitt. < lrr.". !le ,55.1. t t do. ,' Road 28 (now 1001 was built I II *, 1600.00

Stae Home Demonstration She la a slater of Mn. William wedding In Tallahassee. last' has arranged posters' around who r Rld.. in Gainesville are lit Par. I ...llr.....,lf..rl... ( .>...<., .'I.l rl I"a. j r Roads were of two types]I from Lake City through ,

: Agent, 'will' conduct work Wall and resided In Keystonetwo weekend were Mr. and Mrs. S. town. The Junior Hostesses' Mr. and Mrs. O B. Rape Mrs. t\ii I'S rIf)5 I, the "public roads" which connected Starke and Palatka. and on to 111 W. Call Street

shop. The mf'f'tlnlllw11l' be at years! .110. with her 00- E. McKay Mlas OertrurtaHouaer : with Mln Carol Warren as Beard was matron of honor l.uelnd. llrlfn.. rl at!. fUlntirr i> Important; communities connect with roads to the East
'" chairman will" serve' and Cindy' Beard. served at the v.. lioiph onrfu. Trob). I such Starke and Luke Butler Coast. This was the Phone 961-9091
10 a. m. with Penney- Vurmi yenr-old!! mother Mrs. Inns. Mr and Mr* O oriitlR. ilrl'fl. nnttl. ()rIftI., !><. as county's
and Virginia Villas* Club. an who. died about a year a no.Mr :. LaRue. Mr.' and Mrs. W. H'I i On Jan 33: Mrs, Gaunt and reception. Tho Beards aLso! attended r..I..ftt.. ', : and "settlement roads' second major highway, making Starke Fla.

hosts for the covered. dish and Mrs. Myron C. Prevail Bowling, Jr. and> Mr*. Oordn-t, Mrs. Oroltck will have charge I I the rehearsal SUPPLV '' N'otUe psirirlns IM hrrti' I>"HIH r alvin I'i'nSsi: : thiitlh which served a group or IndU Starke an important run ,
,I litnchoon. Jr. spent New Year's Eve' Adams. Former Keysloncm, : of the Eastern Star dinner for I, Friday night. at the Floridian I I un'I. ,' lcnit' .. Comntl In the Ktata'* hUhwar system -"---i. -'- -.=.._ ---
Matron'sofficial I Hotel., .. h.'n.' umlr" sod l 10.i vvirtue
the Oraiul Worthy S.ln.r
Michael AdAmi
VISITORS INVITED with Mr. Provatt's parents In Mr. And Mrs. ..
I ) visit to( Chaper 37n). I Mr. and Pol.... L C Lee anji i of t: Cinirl: : l"r Winter visitors are Invitedto Keystone.Mr. of a ln<*svltlc. and Mr. and .riil In lh nh'tv, fauiii. ...
come to the Key stone and Mrs George MSchaefer Mra. Roger 1'help of Oilwndo The, dinner will be served in:i family of Jackionvllle visited I Ins .*!Ie of. I ho pr.,| .rlr ".....
her !n..h.r' "!,... rib.,.. will .uffvr f<> KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE
the educational bulletin at 8 part'nt.\.Ir: and. Mrs. C.
Branch of the Clay County and Martha\ Janespent were also uels. I .51., suIt ..II II poSH.etIo.. .. : I -
Library to browse or checkout Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Bruce C. Pr*- p. m. with tIns Junior line P Perry last Sunday t.. lh.. .hlBho.l. unit, ....rfor' I
...'... ..t III. Hnulh rt''<.,r illh ?
Mr. and
1 books.' The library in. free Mrs. Hcrmeffer's parents.. vatt were over-nluhl guests of teases' Assisting Bunyon Krlliyand <- Hrmlfi-r'l "'..un.." r......-
anti everyone Is encouraged to Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Bhryock Mr. And !Mra.\ Myron CP*" Annual Inventory Day will SumuM 1 Kelley were recent : 1\......*. .In ..u..>.. llr...,'ir>rdfounly BUSINESS DIRECTORY
bs. K-U Sunday Jan. 12. sitU) attests of her sister. Mri l'lorl.l*. .... .lh. III'h A..i
make UM of it. The library' 1 14 of Lake Weir and with Mr. vatt of Keystone< oetwcrn 1 :,t January. l I"". ..! II nil n .
located In the same building and Mrs. Mitchell Fnredes at' Christmas and New. ..,'.. J election of officers and written Dorothy Land. In Branford I .-I.--K" m m. Ilr.tC.u.I fimnlv,
f I from the various Mr. and Mra W E Lock ....wlt
aa the barber shop. M you Fellowship"' near Orala. AT. "'IU.IMNKVH: : reports riort.1* APPLIANCES I FLORIST
rut onr-half |Y.41 I r t mthmt
ladle may now accompany Jane Reynold" daughter of CalrdlAnCia.wwa.. will rfaume church organisations and children. Danny anj! ... Jil. ..rt.r IKKl.l .i>.l Mouth : .RESTAURANTS_
t, on Saturday, Jn. 11. In The Stewards of the church I I Patrk-la. of Clinton. Mo. have 1 ..... ..,......nv'. .., ..h.III.t .
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I'I Rt. Edward's "'*1'.1IIAn., lor. will mitt At 7:30: p. m. Mon. returned! home after a Uit :-1.m. ml. u.ssrt.r T..w5.flhtb: *CEi45.4: 't'i.'i.. !T V Service Center I Edna WilliamsILOftlTNURStZy Beildier'sHoliday

I'I students of ir(1ea.( 1-8 for 8t. day. Jan 13. I I, with her parents. Mr. aMrs.: Ita.... tl >:*". |ir..tfor4 '.u... i
William D n..rM*. Inn
tsxnhower.Mr Ir
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Williams anti the other two A memorial U bring pUmwl I Tn.>I".. With IN. b.Ilt'wgt"' I J. R. THirs I'r pr1totor
I, Churches In the parlh. The In honor of the Ut. cievaCuron. artit Mra ROJ Brown .nj tmikrtvirnt. *ituat the* r. ruovnota: RestaurantREMODELEl
II.. 0\.1 I spent New Years Day with ..... in .......,*..... *dh. IN* r'inol Authorized Motorola Tbilco I
10 to
U from *
time who WAS active tn th
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\ t'.p. In lh *Hor '" I.-4 Fr Afl OOCMJ.M
81. William' High School ItvstrurliniM protrnm of the church) during Mr. and Mr. V Y Crawley' ,-..._. 4>t... D.rml>.r U,... A Sale and Service Formerly .
:Mr and Mra Omar Huff tielrta.. Flaw! OR i-3331 Lawrmee'l Dinette
Ik 141Th ,
will resume on In Kcyaton Rerrlr. AU )Iie0TV
her earlier rests O
shotS ..'.....I "rop-n
T\i\**. '-sili: 1 Mr and Mr*. Paul Huff and i ................... ..., app.r...ss R.4IMO STEREO ml.L\\ OIU\\. OPEN 7 DAYS WEEKLY
1 7pm. her brother-in-law. and slstrr. .... lk.rui>tu ti.l.._'lii. ,.. I* '
; 8uu<1a", Jan. *13. will b- 1)\II'sn: ( oirmii. .rot** .i>..rt.ii ii.. will fAid Work GIl&ratlI-t-TV RmtsUa: FII1I'La\ thasr Liiarhe. -
I __, KKAI.l.YSHOULD: Holy Nm\ 8un<1ay tmm<""Halely KEurrUSE IIKHIMT:. Mr and Mra Hrnrr Touch. *t uld4lr$ I Is .........'. Keystone
ton. In ValdtMU, rrrenlly. ", .alH, 1W..., ....,...-. ti-.-..- K.,.._ heights 1134541AUTO Cart tiaRaS r* d.
bIor fcr., Mass. lh Holy .5.
fPrnSllDa "r 51.1 .43. by
Nm Mm' will march) In n Sunday School 0:10: a. ta. 1 Lola Pre..n't811.o'd' hr un- ........ 1 Dorar! North at RJ UptKET8'1'O
1 from" the front dsr of Morning Worchip 11 a. In. cli! > and aunt. Mr and Mrs. ......... .t $.ae5 "_..,...... Millwork Shop
i bodY their reserved YottUi rNUowmAip" T and T:30i I .Paul T mlln..on, and dau4h- ,. _ftOJ'. nut"... I'. ,iSis lay ,..tfl..rn5.r SERVICETerrell's E: HEIGHTS
the church to a ii ,iret !'
tee "",pita. In JeI.'kllOl\"IU. <. J. TH_. CASINLTI DOCKS
.. ii UIJ.! tin: pl.c... p. m. A REAL ESTATE
I M .**.!'...
Mr liar" Uur
and Mr IXtiteld WINDOW
Unless there 1 U an an.r Dr. Artwrt C. It 0It. mtnMr"" ; m.onsjSCRXRNS
.5! U J Ktl>
.nt to the coHttary.ther << \ f fnourtrm Xfr*. Ooorg Canova. OI'pl1at.not and children sad> :Mr. anj .-.....-... I -
III.I lliU"t Mrs.. o.u.V HATW and T5.'s..S SIv ."'- C. J. Pete O'Conno
Choir ...tOl''m..
be Tu..d' : .
will always 1 4).s .. It ...... Gulf Service Trtsu M Ur mfaM
morrlnMau a' St Wil.barn's. W.-, church ..r.Iary. chll 1r 'n. of Eu Qitoque. Lang ......,._". t.v rIs''n.. ; KALTOKKfcAL
at 7 45 A. m Itiand. !N Y asre receni J, ILlS n II >ew A ts.d Ttra .&aIa .4. TNIRSFHV 'd.. _

Ktfry: family, should have a "T .'S'IIEm' (,o"\L tunia of their :-N'nC.' )'Ir. i I ..nti4pttair Tn .. .... ,.. rrotn l''oo up AH su-,, x..t.'Jne' 1ktd1. 413423 ISTATK.
t and :Mra. G on* W. "Ur* .T..TIO. .... .,.....tTI' i MORTGAGES: .&?VZAIILk.ystan.i
do not hv OIIRCII. KETSTONKSundays !
If .. _
Calendar you ,eIi.ua ICR.g'r *TIIJ.ISMC. La. ...... $MW'r$. A-.
I Calendar. \ Jr. .... __ 11"ta TL .1"1
\ your Church you 5.4 ts15. *$.L5M"
True you ran ne\rr I till about aI at the rear. Morning Prayer. Chris 9ptrr of the Norfolk ........ ..S ll.r\K\ : W.IXJAM1wk OPEN T A. M. 1:30: P. )L :
ma pick COM up ._ ......... .n4lt
-I4ajE'T. r *
Va Naval r. *. yl..ttf'd I ilLS> 1.- tTS-4b
I and It 'oure smart won't. (.' the church or ask an uri.rr Holy FAtchartas. Churcii ,: .,"'-. .44'._. .r. ..15v.5 .yi.4uuw. :N.ies.q1! 5M. Ths4. Of S. E. \ Realtor
woman A. McKay
you siamtiMrvnt :Mr and Mr* ..
Please do t not ask for\ om School and t"rlDOl\. P.JO a a w. n-.. ,
no..a Tps
C ffpdr"*\ l.*t we.k. er la.5I .ur.4 I.
That' the with financial counselIng. if Another rnembrr 0' your m Evening Prayer an4 CYC. .., .... '
5 5..s ft4 no
,way family. IW r bouwhoM baa one 'tp.in. Mr sad Mr* Ira C. 5pm- S.)5e5 pWIIkS. J..n..1* ,'t...,y 4"4 .' AUTO STORE 0.-_ Nk'.... a..Ie Ttt. ... OTrs.&g take Gesrew -

moos of CaU PaUUa callnli. ......... as'S I.e Nvs4..4'' :... __ ... ..... .
t Everything you aay I I. heM In the Wietd&yiDaily Xtomtnj I .-.......h _0_... '" ....._... .' ... RH. 1 win .ha __ Fill t.1.
Prayer, I:3' .. m. Darrajrr. > on Mr ao4 Mn R. )C. Camel tn' .... ......- S t ...%5 _. I PsMs. A. .. t'k.s4er.. .. n... .... uLK.... ....
strictest confidence. .m. In. 50r14 w tar .,...".".... 1, S 1I.)I.I recently' : .1...... V... .... ...$5V4. t.. Western Auto .
trwnlnc Pk m .. 5.. Ousr ,',....
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Iss.I.tsu risIls.s a S .M Jaine's J otTVon! U In 11\. 04 F. (Cw SEZ :" 33.> ..s.tk..e4. ,
f N..I.. ,I. s.-r. ." .es ..5s' EUcbU'-t. Wednesday. II ajHAPTHT _. -. us "5,." ,5'4..?... I S '
.hse.v.w.M. $. ".5.r IS.. j... m. t.uks'" ......t.1 l ''n icksai. .5 W i in_. .5._*5.rt.J.5 Associate Store Qasat lit t"lt De T.s, S lUt. I ...... 5.ve.'
S W .-U .., I.ba511. .-*.** lif lw vtb3e folto ln< an automobile ..<...... w >.> i .. ............
..4.. A. t* l t.i .l I .f ... !. fIle VS.esss. >r<.*IM! p.tnis ,, .r7 ks.. ear'p.e
t'.>' 'l' V,.. ..,...5. "* ..t- n."T r rc-n, .... &. .. n, ik* *rtt ."> ... ApMme'-W..J.e' ., "-SA. 1 .
I w .lit. <_.*. <" ...4 ,.*. tt.ws.t J C Ofahan" and Thn.7 5.5.55 ... _M ,'_rt J.. ** k* .. ... r' .-. ...-
., ... KCT1TONC: liriOIITSSchool. ._ ... A.. '.. -nr- O. C. Carnes
f. i>*ju>il. *1 % tf Ford of MUanl the ...*>. r- u It 1M1win -i a Nursery Il'w..t.4
t ,p.,. ,ri -f _., -, *..l>...> 'at ..f aprnt .5. !.. MM.* .. .U-4a-ait, pie
KEVSTONH T"'A.TI.-e"r-BANK t.<* .nlWs >.*. ft.*.MIM.. **.... sunday .:U a. mWonhtp end" with Xtr .:...a.utoI .. .. s.0 :
I f H..4f. ..... *Vt>lw T ati.5r. -k. a W"'I' 10.50 a m WES-: ..a.& .... ..5.. G.5s. .. n In. r.Of 1Ib 0Itwy Motw
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a. $ t4 ..45 .. -.,. . .' ."' ....._...- 4354 u>> ay'SS HrlcM
;! .&,Jt.\. ,. lt.. .15. \.. Widnoutaf Y JO PL, m flA?* Mr and Mr. Oyna Rothb4- .I-. .. -I ... t "
l .> A. l> >se' ,.. ..... Mix .., I .,' e' KXTSTOssE' UDUm NiskI T'-e ... 1 .. S a. r'- 61 cud (
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W a WuaUA.aaar. ,.uaaIIAMPTON ,I moved in last' week Mi. amiMrs. I I fiance Miss Julie Novcsky, of nVVvvv.'''vn.vvvvvvvvv.BROORER. . .. .i of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Mar- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Townsend .'..U"I" of nmdf'iril. r'"iinty, MirJn of r.radforil. .I'minty.. 1'1"1., Il "r-HARUKf! V. IiXlillTrtKUK :/ i I'
I Klorldu.. I will aril -:litpnporl.. ..- dq..l .
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Saxon In Long Island. N. Y. In : .1
living were
are now
Sr.. has accepted a position slog, '.-d in Kriulfurd I'..Ii TOYe"I..reda X .. .,.
the lanrt fai
key.A,2c puhllilr' hlhM. r.
at tu t 'r
Hampton in the Saxon homeon I Hampton for the Chrthtraai'I ,, and Mrs Tommy Cot as an Instructor in eighth d."rerlbed, ...: .and In.xt blil-lr for ...u.h. .at thmain ixpntyl' lrk "
I the main btrert. Mrs. Joyae holiday with his parents. Mr. I' are home on leave with her grade American History at'' Parr. <.f H.i'tlori 92. Towntthlpft front dour of. the HradforJ. nHI." (AS. rKKsxrr.:: I: : A ,T'
South KnnH. ,: J 2 .:...t. a. IHorilxl ('ountv t'.orthnuur. In Htarkv.Klorld.i. I.KWIlB41: '
By Airs. D. E. fUll Ernest and children moved I and Mrs. M. M Matchett. They: I II By ShlrUy Green I'I patents, Mr. and Mrs Earl Baker County Junior High j .. In nfflrla MeionlK Hook: h..|"-c..n iln: ', 'a. m. ; Florida. National. HankRulMintf .
from that house the previous I; wedding! will take, place Feb. 11 Oreeti. They moved hoe from School. Macclenny. i 111. ruffS3, .s rpt, (That. parr and. 2 (".Ii v ni on .Mui.ilHV.. Janii !! J". '.kwnili, <. Kt'irldii -
aaaAaa.1 aaa alas a a,1UMre. .. I week to a house on State In Bay-shore. L. I. The Phone 4854681.Tmvvv.mmv.vmvt, Biloxi, Miss. After a 30 day i.'.-"r<1.1 In Irffl'tat' H| .., aid, ,.irv.. 11. I rmi' ,1'1
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It .uk :n. P.IKMl.1. publh' r.-- lilt - I I. :h. it i "11
Perry NM? Teacher Road 325 at the east edge of Mute-holts'' aon-In-law and leave. Airman Cell: will leav Methodist
Church ..........
For Firth Grade Here I town. i daughter Mr' and Mis' Don Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller for a tour of duty In Turkey ,
'Tvlrs. Jean Perry of Gainesville I The home of Mr, and Mrs. Pearson and baby of Miami. I for IS months
and family of Salt Lake City. Sunday Church School I
began Dan Johnson was the scene were also here for several day Mr and Mrs. Williard Smithof .
teaching this ..
week: 9.4S
Utah were guests of her : a. m. Morning Worship!),
of a family reunion Satur during the holIdays.Mr. Gainesville New
"at on
Hampton Elementary spent 11 Snack for
mother. Mrs. Lottie Edwards, a. m. Supper
School replacing Mrs. Peggy day. Dec. 28. with all their and Mrs. Edward Saxo 1 from Dec 24 to Jan. 7. Year's Day with Mr. and Mrs. MYF 6 p. m. Youth Meetings Huge DisDunts !

I 'Riser for the fifth grad3. This children and their families. I and children drove to Eau Mr. and Mrs Ralph Mott Curtis Melvin 6: 30 p. m. Evening Service.
la Mrs. Perry's first teaching there for dinner with the ex- : Onllla for Christmas weekend and family of Sliver Spring Mr. and Mrs. Eustace Kelley 7:30: p. m.Monday..
'"Position' since she graduatedfrom ception of their grandson, Roy with her patents Mr' and' : gave a dinner henorlng Mr.
Md., Mr. and Mrs. Pasco Mott Jan. 13 Methodist 3
the University of Florl- Morgan who Is stationed In Mrs. A. O. Pope and her I and Mrs. Bill\ Miller and family Men's Club dinner
\ and family and Mr and Mrs. monthly -
,da Germany with the U. S. Army. brother and family Mr. and cf Salt Lake Utah.
where her husband Is a Kloeit; Mott and family, all City. ;:,' meeting, 7 p. m. On Portable
"student. Present were Mr. and Mis.i i I Mil. L. O. Pope.. Mr' and Mri of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. at their homeon Silver Late- Tuesday. Jan. 14 Joint Typewriters

'i -. Mrs. Kiscr who had been Johnny Allen and children or II A. O Pops: drove to Hampton Fury Mott and family of Oll- I last Sunday Those l attending meeting of WSCS and Wcs- .

I V "teaching here for the last two Los Angeles Calif. Mr and this weekend from Eau Gallic. roy Calif.. Mr and Mrs. Wilbur from Brooker were Mr. and leyan Service- Guild 7-30 p. !
Mrs. James Broome and family Their son Beryl Pope. Is stationed Mrs Ernest Edwards anti
I and a half years Is staying II i Add Iso n of Jacksonville m Miss Fannie Evelyn Dewar.
with her parents In Tampa of Vero Beach Mr and In the Mediterranean Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tilghman I,! daughters, Mr. and Mrs. J. V i t,' retired missionary guest wpc T7r o. ,
Mrs. Arnold Haddock and and they recently Edward!! and daughters Mrs. i
until after the birth' of her urea > speaker
of Gainesville, and H. H. Mott
baby this month. Her him- I children of Jacksonville. Mr., ed word he had be-'n reCPIV-j were visiting Mrs. Mae Motton Lottie Edwards. Mrs.\ Alice 1 Wednesday. Jan 15. Edu- B I G

Band. Wayne Riser enteredthe and Mrs. Frank Williams Mr Ix.Pd for an operation( < Christmas Day. Mr' anj Edwards, and Coy Edward! i catlonal Seminar in First>>

Air Force January 1, and! and and !Mrs. T. J. Mann and Mr and Mis/ Carl Beck and Mrs. Eury Mott were Mrs. OAKDEV CLUB: NEWS I j Church Gainesville. 9 a. m

''la. in training in' Ohio. ( Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Christmas family spent two weeks' vacation Mott'a guests from Dec. 17 to Winners In the outside'I Prayer Meeting! and Bible esIr '.
The first semester of tho and baby of Qalnesvtlle with relatives In Alabami 1 Jan. 2. Christmas decorations contest | Study 7 p. m. Chancel Choir

school, year ends Thursday They are evpectlng/ Mr. and for the holidays While they I and Mrs. John Jolllff sponsored by the Brooker : rehearsal 8 p. m. r / f eD'
Jan. 23. Principal Charles E.I Mrs. Roy Morgan and baby to were there their /son Terry and family of Byhalla Ohio Garden Club were: first place. ]{ ::

-Francis said. with report cards be home about April 1, Mr. Beck killed a deer. on a hunting I Mrs. Joyce Cantlen! and second NEW RIVER BAPTIST "
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I k-
II 1 'to be out the following week. Johnson said. trip Earl Green and family last ; place Mrs. Salty Larfg-' CHURCH= ""Lfltrw?, wf e.4 '
( RFC MEETING Mr. and Mrs. M. L., Walter- Mr. and Mrs. D. E. 11111 and Sunday. ford. Each lady will receive a I aa rel.Reg. .
son Mrs. Bessie Bryant. Mr. daughters the weekend camellia Sunday School, 10
SET NEXT WEEK: spent Mr. and Mr. Earl. Prescott I a. m. : 105.03 -
An open meeting of the! and Mrs. Frederick Walter- between. Christmas and New and family and Mr. and Mi'S.1 The Garden Club held th-lr Morning Worship 11 a. m. 4
Hampton Recreation Board non, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Year's In Bardenton with Mr. annual Christmas Progressive TrainingUnion.& 6:30: p.m. Evening '
and Mrs. Vlnson Bazaar of
(; t ''will be held: Friday evening I Falling were all guests of Mi' and Mrs. Gene douse" and Jacksonville were guests' of Dinner Thursday, Dec. 19. Appetizers Worship 7:30: p.m. Mid- Now 85.00 -
r next week, with anyone Interested and Mrs. Donald McMahon family and Howard Hill. Mrs Doshta Prescott on were< served at thc i week Prayer Service Wednesday

in recreation In the 'and family in Daytona Beach Mr. and Mrs Martin Mother Christmas Day. home of Mrs E. Kleinman. I 7pm. Everyone welcome. PriCed a r,!

Hampton area urged to attend for Christmas. arrived lust week after Mr. and Mrs Ernest Edwards The salad and main course. Nsw!! '

The meeting, at 7:30 p ..m on Miss Norma Sweeney a missionary spending several months In and daughters Mr. and were served' st the school cafetcrla. I' Budget .

r .. Jan. 17, at the town hall. In to to Brazil home on Matamoras Pa., and are stayIng Mrs. Bill Miller and family of with MM. C. E. Holder I \,,'rn K ov sl/k//1P'r'4: MUM SMITH-CORONA I
i" hear discussion of furlough for a year spent last with Mr. and Mrs Milton serving the naiad and Mrs. .Notli-e. ,In h.r"l>v "lvn thai
complaints Salt Lake City. Utah and I'I 1. P.) l U. l 1t..I.II.h|| ... "Sheriff' or
: suggestion! etc., on improvin weekend here with Mr and Mqsher Heie for Christmas at Mrs. Lottie Edwards were W. E. Blgham. Jr. serving the ftrailfonl. County KlorM. t>v Plus features STERLING
recreation here And Mrs. C. R. Cox driving to the MoHher home were their main course. The group then virtu nt it Writ of Kxoi-urion:
reaching !guests of Mr. and Mr.. Harry lnKiit-d 1 by> Swell< ", I'lulma, Full-ilie Standard KrJ
: snore adults both for active Macclenny on Sunday and on daughters and sons-ln-lnw traveled to the home of Mrs. j In and for ; H.,.', a p.rlald..w1'. GOT ITt Big .Me* typewriter fa-
participation and for chaperit : Monday having lunch with Mr. Mr. and Mrs.! Floyd Smith and Edwards and daughter In I Earl Green for dessert and the I I >'ln.t the, 't'.1 Hradford ur Mr County.onal. l lira mft -. L.. S ,..... ml LOW COST. P.rf.cl l I.r ........,.. Marlit ''m"ev..
: Jacksoiivlle on New Year's T vch SAND. Oradit ri... Th. Smith-Coafio ..'.
ones. and Mrs. R. B. Watterion. daughter of Perry and Mr. Christmas party. limy or hoih of Jcrmle LiiclllvUruMrn SUrlinj i-a typ wnt typewriter
u/k/it J>..nlt, > llreril. guaranteed, If '.h the h..n.w.rh.ur.f. homework.
I/ NEW YEAR'S SERVICE Miss Sweeney a former and Mrs. Franklin O'Steen of Day.Mr.. TRAINING UNION pR'frThe I Hruwn, have. wlxcd unit., h...". Chose.: d f c.t.r. C.... In. See il. Try it. Yeu'll Molly want a Sterling
;fi : Hampton Baptist Church Hampton resident, IH staying Fall banks. Malta Jean and and Mrs Frank Tlnneyi I Intermediate and In 'my> I".... ...|in. tt>. followlnitilnwrlbeii .

\ a held watch night services- at I with her biother-ln-lnw end Eaton MoHher it-turned to! and nona of Oalnesvllle were Young PPO leo', Tralnlnn' { twlt. puraonal property

the church on :New Year's! sister Mr. and Mrs. Thai ntorlI Perry with the Smiths for Christmas DAY dinner guests I Union Classes enjoyed a I II IIA l Ivlna I .V. W of TIWF' Smith CoronaCORSAIR Smith CoronaCLASSIC

Eve. The evening's program Hartley, in Gainesville, while several. diirs' visit I Christmas party !given br let Ar"'k Lund, :N soy hy> MiCimhlil hanhera. ., J K W by by
'; included worship I he's back In this country. Walter' Lott drove to their teachers Mrs. Bobby I II. thor li-t-il
service special Rtpw.1 Hit.21:/ T S HU"' J3 K
music games! !Ida lafreuh- Her work In Brazil Is under set Miss to upend !', Nan., In which .....nv>\ WilHH Dyal and Miss Shirley Green I: .11..01.An l the il<.i property>n.lant> and.of.|,the that,shove un

( menta. the auspices of the Child and was accompanied on the I All Miiriktrraitn.r>r unlit. .. pmiifi-tv 'l'i-lnr' In I. Saturday night Dee. 21. The' .th. I3ih' I'F.USONAI.S Evangelism!: \ Fellowship return trip to Hampton by lh. .Ci.unly. of ".....r..r.l.. state. group enjoyed Christmas caroling I at. twelve,< O'I-IIM'k noun nn iiilrtilitr II
Mrs. Jessie Cha.italn spent Mrs. Inutile Melton will his brother Mr. Itt of MichIgan i<.t Florida' and then games' and 'e- I Ifreshments 'will ..rt.t ..ihn for ul'>'ove attic. lufiitlon.and rll t"I Portable-With Tab Key. I An Outstanding Buy "
leave Friday for New Rich' I'nl..a nrh <- rtlf| '.t t., or ('*r- at the home of (tho lilKhent nlililer, for ash. In ,M {This Price
i I the weekend in Lake Butler who was also visiting In lirinili.' nhiiii i h. rvdtrmril .". hitnil Ihw .aunt Reg. 79.35 :
I with Mr. and Mil.' Marvin mond. Ohio to be with her Mississippi for the, holidays vnritlns-. ,, IHW, the |irni. .rly' d.! Miss Shirley Oreen. Mr. and ;I of .i>ril ,defendant rl ai rlbrit, nuS-iirnpfiriy Reg. 115.50

", Holmes and also vUltaii In mother Mrs. M. W Parson, J. W. Home and Mrs. Betty Mi.rll. >'* : Macclenny and Jacksonville who Is to undergo surgery May drove to Rervesvlle' S C. hlchfiii hiddnr. Ihn court. the party. .101 1'. writ I' Ihd.lI.h IIf ait .
{ I Mr. and Mrs. D,, R Craw .soon. Mrs'' Parsons has often Sunday for a short vlilt hnu.|In nirtnih rl.xir..of nn I lh.Ki-hruarv. flint,. .; Mumlxv, t't '.i. James! Edwin Townsend! Jr.. P. U. ItMl'lian. "sheriff' Sale Q rOO

? ford and children drove to visited here with the Melton Horne spent tho weekend M"I .satin. .In I th. Jr.l day.. if. e'sbrty| a 1957 graduate! of Hawthorne I. 12/19 4t 1.9 Sale II
familyOrvIIIP. tween Christmas and 5r', I IHH4 High School wan among
Miami for Christmas .
/ and .
several IIHICI! 'thin lath l. Plus Tax T
day at Ii-|
days following, at tho Brooklns, who underwent Year's with Mr, and Mrs O. ui'inli.r. I OH.HIM receiving a H S. Degree) tholl3'l. Plus Tax
I recently .t t D. ( : I.) Jacksonville. University ) ''''1'l5.1 or a 51K:
home of Mr. and Mrs.' DurrellButkhart surgery OilY at Dunnellon riKrlcn, A Nnrle. l I. li.*r.hv ifUin. thatpiirMUMnt .
/ and family Mrs the University Medical CenterIn Lamar Brown completed his ('I.rk..r' /'twilit rllarhy.. 1'I..r. of I 13. He majored/? In I .. to M l'lria.l' (Ilrn'te* i.t BRADFORD\ COUNTY TELEGRAPH
: Crawford and Mri. BUlkhlU'l.re Gainesville, was able to return six-months', reserve training. llruilrnrd. Ciiiinly' >, KlorhU I education' and minored In 1 .'..,..i loaurntrrtil. In can,,
II niiiiil>rriil II :tt" In >lh ( 1' "It
-. sisters./ home last week.. with the< army In time to be i/a u i 1,21, | history. Townsend the son of I.

Mr, and Mr. Crawford Visitors/ for the holiday nt home for the holidays with _-
New Year's day guests of were his the homn of Mr and Mrs Mrs. Brown and with his TX2S,: ": 0""": ,,;-= _:...:r"O: : == .=-.:=: -- : : =- =- -- ": -:' -=, -=;=

; t patents Mr. and Mrs. LonnM Ralph PpRI'1I1l1t and( children mother, Mrs. FInrrle Belle:
Crawford of Starke.' Miss were< his niece and family Mr, Brown Ills training was at IIIIII II

Donna Faye Crawford spent and Mrs. Olenn Sullivan and Ft. Jackson near Columbia I

several! days of tin school: children of Michigan. B. C. ,, ,..

... vacation with. her' grandpar r.l Debbie Carter spent last Mi's. Earl' Crawford and !
":-lntt\ Mtantl Mia. lonnleCrawfoid. \ "win..k. liv Plant\ City with h tbrotherInluw children of Klnn..loy Lake and I 111

t and Mister Mr .. and children .
I MI" Wilma Knight ,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert But and Mrs. Hruner. rcturnlni l t I cf Jarknonvllle were' Saturday '' j jTime

and family of St. Petersburg!' to Hampton Sunday night visitors heret. the II

visited, here from New Year's!' Mr and Mrs. Vernon Blade \ homo of Mis'' Ina Knight/ ,

r f through last Sunday with his and children were visitors I Mr and Mrs Dewey Me- TIME I'''

/ mother Mis. Maggie flirt here for ChtUtmun with Mr Clellan's bAby son was set- I II

George flirt and the E. U and Mrs. Donald. Klnde' and milted I to Bradford County ;i

Dirt family. family and the! IXmuld. Blade. Hospital I last weekend for I "

Mrs Bennett. Jerrell was I pent lust weekend" with Diem treatment for pneumonia j t 1

(l<.taken to a Tampa hospital at New Smyrna Ilriu-h. Vivian MiCiilloimh spent I 'I
last week for raiment. Mr. and Mrs. Foster Hayes last weekend with friends at
l to rid of all/ that old
Mr. and 'Mrs. W. A, Saxon drove to Lakeland Huturduv Kalfoid.,' Mr and Mrs: Lester get merchandise on the Ii
')nave sold their farm McCullotidh/ and family were I
to visit her mother, Mr. Lullnulley
near the E. T L. Dirt farm, .and 1I who has. been very Ill\ New Year's supper guests. .at shelves and start the New Year off with fresh new :!

I Mr and Mm.. Verde Salter' and 1\\ &In the hospital there the home of their' son-in-law I

, daughter from Full'burn. On. Wayne! Matchett and bin and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. \ stock. Iii IiiI
f 4 Unit In "",rhull.

* Mr and.& Mrs, Cordon Wndt ,, k.i
AMBULANCE SERVICE woith and family of 0"1\1'11-1' \ : !

.. .PHONE 961-2600 I a.Bunnelt vllle.W.A and'worth Mr and and'Mrs,, ThO"1\ I WE'RE READY TO HELP YOU-AND H:::RE'S HCW VJnnunrv < ; ill

DeWitt C. Jones .
Funeral HomeD i with Mr and Mrs. ( v. I

WHdaworth. Christmas dv
WHt) C. Jones. RegliiUred' Funeral Director visitors at the Wneliwoith 1 "

Sturke, Fin.' I wei-p" si.Mr. and Mrs. J C.

Wynn of Jacksonville\ 511 illl
New Year' guests at the ppler
... nonpltal Ued,, Wheel Chair*. Crutch I
I home of :Mr and Mrs C. H. ,
1 I Cox were! Mr and Mrs. Hob {.

King. and snn. Mr. and Mrs. i ii I .
i i John Rliui and 'children\ and I I

GLASS That's Our Bu.ine. Dirk Eva..* of Gainesville' \ : Mr. Will Be Mailed \Wednesday, Jan. 15 : i

"if |U' Claus w. !II.! .. It'u II and Mrs. Tim& Warren and i 'y.N(
u son of SUike. and !Mr and
,I CALL WHITE e r VISIT M..... Oen Inkloburirr of PLAN
FOR ANY:' CLASS NEED Keystone Heights. I YOUR SALE NOW! 1 .

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t I N...". < I. H_r..bt ..lv.n last :
Jo. Peters (CUtw c.I DOLLAR DAY SALE !
g: \\ II., .. ,"_ h.ld.r. of Is., I ,.
w. l eaiicn Modern Stor Front I ,.,'I 1... I..a .''nf., ...t.. hs. fnIJ
.. I Hid. "' ''',n 1 .tr. roe a .at ...... WHITE ELEPHANT SALE!
Juat Mall U. A Pattern For T s. l....... The, ..... ?5..vrtl.

Table Turn foal.:uae: ."..IM'other.Arsrrlpll..a sw4 ,)r:tr..t' .':;.1 DISCOUNT SALE!

1313 N. W. 4th .PI.. C.lne".W. Flu. Phone "JU--'U 1'"i., ."C ....1 ,,a. 55. ._ IIII '
I ws, II.. hit... ..... -4 .r. .. MID WINTER SALE! .

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WE HAVE THE GENUINE .' '... .Y In Mint.I. M..liN. .*.*.-! .1..... .|. Call/ it what you wlIJust. be sure to get those Prices! ;' '.I.It I i,

t' r Mi."t urvcwrlr bl.. I Is
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GLASS'O NET .. .... ..... 5 ...,b. Sr.l. I and, Ilradfortl County Telecraph. It would ritual l you ever I30O far MUte al-ne. Just. t.. m ll a card lo lb. I

I II. h-acre 5.511. N.4*> ,., !... I' ?.$''t> fatili; .t| of printing the r-irH. and! Labor of ,

'. t mailing 'them' out When r.ts. ..Uce' .an ad in The :Shopper' ae :Jo aH the. .",1.. and lva ran jet .
WYR O GLASS Me.sacr<< arrurut for an little a* $10.
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,- j. e9e \. I able to return to his family 1 birth of a daughter Lisa' I In Long Island ro;. Y. after a Merit ExamsOf nation (for Biological Ai.lr 1 I. I.

Virginia on Dre 15: at St. 'visit with relatives here. Clerk\ I 1. Clt'l k-Typlst 1. Dental f

oonII': and Mrs. Virgil\ Johns Vincent's Hospital. The ,:Mrs. Bill Robinson and RECREATION NEWS Interest To Assistant Draftsman (1.
Home t
e ,of Long Island. N. Y.. and matt'l nat. grandparent are
MiLUlle :Mosley and Mis. :, :Mr. and Mrs C E. I Honey I :Mrs. Dorothy Waters ,and son 1 I. Engineering Aide 1.

... H.izrl: I Hosier of Jacksonville WUkUibOii. i spent last Monday with Mr. Laboratory Aide Photogranh-

Demonstration ,/ \'-.sited Mrs. Mosley's son and j New Year's Day visitors *'. and Mrs Roy Waters In Jack- | II.\:NTAMTlioie laird LINO: \NT\M: rtV.NKETII.U.L : to hluli of school xpri-ial( l gradUitea importance -- Ic Technician 1. Racing Lab

daiiKhter-ln-law. Mr. and { the Kyle Cannon home were. sonvllle. was u good nu'n-out Bantam basketball will not i> Technician 1. Radio Operator,
considering employmcnlwith
Notes .:d :Mr* W E. Mobley and family Mr. and Mrs. Edwar Jones the last two Sntuidavs although 1- start tor approximate: two *u'' Stenographer I 1. Swltchboa,
state ncl \
: :.n\ Orala last Monday and family of 'acksomllle.':! ,.yy ...y..y...t I there acre a good matte works, although wo urxu ,, various aii In Operator I. Tianscrlber Opei-
\ conducted early
will bo (
1 Mr and Mrs Bobble Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raulerson. number out of town all boys between<< the ages' of utter and X-Ray Technician 1.

By Dorothy Ross and friends from Jacksonville and Clarence Cannon of Bayless Hiway We will aiRnrtlsf Into tennis 10-12: to start shooting and Id4.!) System according to Florida QeraUlU The office! position of CleikTyplst -

Home Demonstration .agent visited the John Wilkinsons Starke. this Saturday and get league getting prepared. for the season :Merit Howell Director 1 1. Stenographer; 1 t. ajxd

.AA I Saturday afteinoon. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Wit. pluv underway to utai't. I Transcriber Operator require
1\ It, Mrs. O. E. Crosby school graduates withno !
.s L..5 C'a,: Mrs. Ruby Turner and Mrs kln.ion and family of Dada This leaaue will be sane' UOt.L) StltUA'I'TEN'f10N \' HUh passage of performance lust
Lllhe :Mosley! of Jacksonville! City visited relatives here recently ...a..a..au..auDon't tloned by the American Jun formal work experience: a.s prior to the written examination
Lealer ior Bowling! Connres.1 Sanr-1 CHILDREN: | well as patrons having r.
visited their Mrs.
U. S. SAVINGS: BONDS cacy her husband tixioj'. | elMer I forget next Saturdaywill A Doll Show w 111 be spou.wn-d! j reeomilKod! equivalency certificate. with such perfotmancctests '
Lang, and family at Clay Hill Donna Jerkins, daughter of Lion Ice In 50 cents per year I schedued: every week aoUIt'ell
In view of all the be "WUI k day" for the the'
Savings One of Mr.\ Hauger prized by Recreation LVpnrtmont' obtain application!
for each Individual.. This will tray
last FridayMr Mr. and Mrs Dun J..rkllll'au! Florida State
of the
Bond promotion you hear anti possessions Is a tapestry hU ,men at the ctmrch. Kvcryom' all awards and three big data Fil. Sat, 1 blnulis at nil offices of the
and, Mrs. John Kennedyof treated at Bradford County pitvl- .
see on radio and TV. It mar mother made for him of the ;' I' Mho can please trams. out and l hires of the AJPC I Sun.. Juu. 17. 18 ID) -id the Flerldi State Employment Employment S..vlce.WOODS
Norfolk. Va. visited the Hospital last Sunday
come as a surprise to you that Norwegian emblem. The ;help. I Starke Woman's Club Don I '
embleni I
I eVrvlrit, Ailoqiiikto trnlnlnKimttfhetl
1 If to bowl th-I l -
Fred Lang family at Clay Hill 1 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wilkinson -, YOU want I In
the has placed .tn. II''II01On of Iark". miss this chance to show those''
Treasury a bas two Norwegian flags I to Job standard by FIRESTwo
league! bring :SO cents with
several! days last week. I and daughter of Vero you
limit on how many you caw usually but since Mr. Hau.' et t Mra. Lester 81.il.. of Hampton! >. new Chilstin.s dulls, or any' central office Merit Systemnl I
to Starke
Bowling, Confer
Johns .
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bt-Hch spent the New YeRl"shoUday
buy In one year. Is I and! Mr. Loin Chilly of Tampa favorites from doll: collection ,
any now an Ameilcan cltll& n. your 1
I In Tallahassee" a
personnel 1'I
left his mother's home at Clay I with relatives here / Center! Saturday at 9 30 a m I woods! fires with soven
The annual limit on Sorlcs one of the flags, is of I visited Mr. and Mrs J. M. '
course! n.vpllcnntto
to admit every .
For further
| coil
Hill last Saturday morning ti> Visiting Frank WellhausenSunday ] acres were
E bonds, the only ones you the United States flag. All the. : Dyer Tuesday of last vM,ok.Mra. Dulls may bp reglsterrd front i .
the Recreation Office the exniiilnnltoiu for which hotQI111Ulh. week' In January
return to their home in Long at Riverside Hospital: i or the flist
can buy for as little as $18.75. I detail work is skillfully done &. Leah llrown of Jacknon- i 3 to :A I p m. Frkiiiy.. Jan IT .
Island N. Y. in Jacksonville where he l Is I[ ( Starke Bowling Center .. the director sand by the Florida ForstService
Is $10.000. On the H by a simple over and overstitch vIII. slant| a Caw day with Mr. or fI'on10. .it m to 13 nouns. I
bond.s'l Mr. and Mrs. Winton Par- tests treatment and applicants! qualifying on headquarters In Bradford
confined for and -
which cost ISOO and up Ills mother dyed the and Mra. l>y''r enrouU to TAm' I I KITING Saturday.. Jan 19 I
rlsh of Avon Park visited their were Rev Walter Mathis. i I' I I these' tests! will bo ranked to County During the same
holdings Is $20.000 pa. Mr. and Mr* Raymond' Tl1..re111. bo skating'
limit on I wool carded and spun It into srn and daughter-in-law. Mr Rev M..lvlnVatson.. Gene'' a A public showing will beheld fill existing and future vacan- period lust yeAr there Wt'I'.
Issued in any one calendar thread for the embroidery and Brown of Wurthlngtou" Springs party Saturday, Jan 11 at 111(1/, from :'J-30: \ to Sum\ SaL !i the .Iunlt H1 :573
and Mrs. William Parrlsh of I Watson! !Mrs\ John North. ete1 during veer" eight flies with lor sburn..d
year. You can double that! the background. She also wove" were alas>> tailing the [)y..raTII..d..y tennis courts flan 7 30 pin. urday, Jan 18: .and from '3 to
All lob registersAppllrallnne
Parrtsh'sfather of
Clay Hill and Mrs. Ernest Welhauscn. and Mr '
mcunt of course if you a-\\ the material for the bnckuround. evening until 10'30 p. 11Ev..I'YOlh \. 4pm. Nllnd.I,. Jan, 10 Jude- week ending
I for the
Fred Lang They and Mrs. Pet Wtllbanks I loroivetl\ by ftalufnll
la the namse of mjr\, It Is really a work of j I' New Yeur'a Hay guests of I bring. your aknles" tug will be Saturday. JU1. Id. River tow
wife, for example. Co-owner. art! I turned home Sunday. re-I The Community .rxUndssympathy Mr. and Mr. C. C. Crosby wr, I that Santa brought and enjoy from 1 to 2 3D p 'm A grand'i January 34 will provide run to Monduv New I 18 inch i
Visitors of Mrs. Irene dldalr admittance cards 'Inch Hlihland:!
to Mrs. Debbie Phillips Mr. Wll-i
and Mrs. KvnneUi
ship they call It. t'SE .\ PAN WITH .\ MOA racing ska linn to music and pals will btt given for 1 muxt" ,
and FV
last Sunday Mr I 18 nch
Why set a limit at all? Welt 1 tlKht-flttlnit! lid Is the key gett Mis./ Bill Sapp of were Starke. and of Jacksonville\ ., foimcrMftxvllle I llama Mr und Mra. Otis Craw j couple! ftkultnif. Tills la not ,,, ouUtrtmllnif. doll 11lI"iow.. unit '' hllth school grndunle on therVUniaiy Santa
school teacher on font, Mta ,Patricia Crn fonl. 8 ilatewlde, rxami
Treasury folks that .
tae say to conserving food nutrlenU William Hall of JacXsonvlll only for the kids but adult Ut. 3nd. and dud pi" ribbons
Savings Bonds have always' during cooking. I the death of her sister Susa.i Arnold Watlln" Mr. and MmLv too will be> prrsented lit ....e.l

been Intended for the saver Clay 11111 Baptist Church Norman, of Law ley ...Ink..., and Mr. and Mr*. I Classification I M 4
A lid that fits and I
and small Investor. For the I heavy enough to prevent the has an enrollment of 104. and j| Sidney I Boogie I Wellhuilsen. 'II Bobby CrtMby and baby all of j SKMOII: CITI/.I.NS: !' !I Any age child "may enterdnlls

big Investor the Treasury h. 3 89! were present for Eund.iy son of Mr and Mn Jackm>tivlll., and. Mr. and Mr*. Th lii it df out Comity Senior" In the show Alt entries
:; of steam cook- '
escape permits I
other securities to offer. Ing with a minimum amountof School List Sunday mornlna Frank Wellhausen. and Larry Randolph;j, Cronby. of r.teuvIU. | CttUu'iu. Club will\ meet Tuesday I must lf' dressed aicrortlliiic: to 25 % DISCOUNTON

INTERESTING: PEOPLE added water Visitors Included Mr. and Mrs '' Hill left NI'W.lllr'! Day for We are glad'' to knuw that Jan. 14, ut the Woman'., the fnllowlnii rlnaalflratlaltfl

We have many Interesting I Take your choice of alumi- C. R. Bradford and Mr. and:! Fort Bliss. Texas. i little Vicky Underhill. wa able Club. This meeting will bo a 1 Brides and Brldesmnl\ l : ItubyI
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Padll..tt.all ,j I Mn. John North Helen' I t covered dlih
people In our county. If we num enamel glass or stainless to return to her horn last rlI i 1 supperThe I Ladle I 112 month and unitor>

but knew them. Two of them steel. Modern cooking utensilsare of Staike. We Invite everyone North and Ernest Wellhnusen (,day after being: In the linptlMtll'mpital Club has. Invited' the. 1 Baby Doll 11' throUKh S ALL

are Mr and Mrs. A. N. llaugcrwhom made of materials that f; who can to attend thes: visited Sunday withIi'll.: Elsie fur several day. PaUtka Senior Citizen Club.members years!I., School Age Doll In

I visited this --week do not affect the nutritive services. I Walden In Jacksonville MM.I Mr. A. II. Cruc. U a patient of the HecrratloitBoard. party drew; School Age
1 Mr and Mrs Owen Padgett I I Walden was able to return to and a few of the
live in their new com- Dnlla In school .
They values of the foods cooked in or niMtrta ens.tumes
fortable, attractive home Just them, nutritionists I of Jacksonville are the proud her home for a few days from en-ter I I,I Stalk Mert-hunta: to be IlielrgueiU. Native DulL of foreign

off the Brownlee Road. say. j I parents of a ion born Jan. 4 St. Vincent's Hospital wherethe Mr. W C Ward spent| ."vI 'lIntl'l..s in native? rvnturrio, Devoe PaintsDURING

Since Mrs. Hauler ha.I'l In the old-style copper I in a Jacksonville hospital. Mr. was a patient I erl days .r.<'vntly. with hen:i The me' 'tlnii will, Unit. at Character t faults; MlnorllaneoiMI
utensil the copper was In direst and Mrs. John Wilkinson are John brtth.r-ln-Uw and .l.lr Mr 8:30 .
learned that I am very fondof worth has been confined I I'm. due to the supper I doll, antique dolls. pup-
contact with food and the maternal grandparent and l M,.. Claude l Moor', InTampa. ,
tea and apices she served to his home for the past and Installation of new offtrer pets eta I II II I Io
hastened the oxidation of I Mrs. Pany Kite la on the 1 1I .
week, and lit undrr the!' careof | ONLY
us Jasmine tea and an allllOI t- vitamin C which was then los' sick list and ls confined to her 1 a Macclenny doctor I Mr and Mrs. Hilly Croaliy All member! and i prospeetIv-. I Adult are. liwle| to dlstilay. JANUARY
of Cookies. she had their dolt collection durtni,
ment spice in the food. Dot. this! does! not bed at home.Mr and thildruii of Jacksonvillewere new members.
are Invited to
Mr and Mr Leslie .
made for the holidays. Jasmine Sweat the show
apply to modern pans. with 1
and Mrs. Richard Mos 1
illnntT of hi ..
tea has a wonderful I ;I had a* New Year' Day guests Kneels |Iwrants attend I .Fete further information rail
copper-plated bottoms b caus ley and family of Highland Rev .
and Mra C A Crua-
aroma and Is very tasty Mr*. the Inside cooking: surface L i visited friends In Tampa last I Mr. and Mrs Jimmy Wainwright -| by. Sunday They were al"t'lmpanl..1 I n A NT AM Fner""I 1.I lid 4-1"II & W HARDWAREAND
Hauger had also made Ml1: zt- of Jacksonville and8wt'lIt' Will
1 made of another metal. werk. home by the Cru...- i all boys that have no'
pan which Is an almond: past: FAIR PREMIUMS: : Mr. and Mrs Lamar Pad 1 Mrs. !' sister Mrs O bya' gr.ml on. tCnNlgn Wayne turned In their football uniforms

molded into the shape of. I'I Will the following people gett of Starke visited Mr | J. Anders of Lawtey Visitingearlier I Thomas. who haa been ata- please do so Immediate I THE: KIOIIT POkVT feeA. SUPPLY STORE

fruit and vegetaftles... -. dellSTARKE com by the Home Demon- I Padgett's parents :\\Ir, and, In the week was Mr Honed:: in nmi-oU IU la ly. We need these uniform,. way yen writ Canao las' **>4I ,

I I I stratlon Office to pick up J Mrs. H Padgett last Sunday Swears brother JohnnySweat I bring tntnaforrvd l. Klynco. 0*. ; because they have to be stared I I .._| year ..,,",I. KTCR,

their Fair Premium mony"i afternoonMAXVILLE. of Jacksonville! Mr. and Mrs ll rbrt Norman with all the other football I BROOK rauaUla P*.*. TKLJI :.101) K.: CAM. STKKKTMgEt : :
1! Mrs Kyle Cannon celebrated j
Mrs Charles equipment. GRAM
i Zlpprer. Mrs. I and children were vliltlngTr

I j Mrs. Charles! Zlpperer. Mr< Iryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy, her 88th birthday on New I .l ;
Year's Day at her home here. I II . ... ... ... ...... ."..--- "' .
.. '-
I Crawford Mrs. Inez Anders wMk.ntl. I -' -'.\L"H ,., ..1 ., :Wl: :. .. '"
BUSINESS : I Mri. Myrtle! Duughtery and I, t:.}.,iI."t_ 'L JKKtiMXyjfSISm! X2 3t-3kyCIUm.tJ VVSSW VEiVff"iriyf"f..* _V" if'" ......*'*.. -* j *""" "" ... ))1:
i Mrs Owen 1\fOX\ Y. and Mrs. Many of our roalJanla have
of Jacksonville vUlt-d Mr .
Margaret Trlaler..vvvvvv.eYVVVvvv..vvvv. i ken confined to their hum. '

,, Claude. Qrern. Mrs. Mary. Mo-i lwlU\x/U. bi>tare ..wile better DIRECTORY
' DIRECTORY n? Mra. A- C. Rlado !eo,.New and MYa. Martha Itatttnj([ I AREA BUSINESS

on Year' night
s..u.A..au.uauuSINGING .. now.MAt> ( Mr.. I JUjyi'on.l Cma-
, Atrro nErArnS f I j f1Mrtr'BWoYd' 7HWtllbbthAr)lG I dent'th CArUtma\ .. ..--- ......---- -r, ,, r
CLAY HILL CONVENTIONAn : ru.llIdaya "?"... ,_ ..r ..r ,. .,. : -::** : : ; 'tI : r :: mx{: c-r.--r'
Assoctatlonal Smgln and granddaughter Patty) with hr bn>lhrr-ln-law& ... or -J : c T -"--"'"

:arl' Garftlte Uy din I.enler LanaMat. ; Convention will bn held at the English: and Mrs. James (and sister, Mr. and Mr*. Krn: t I IMaury. Atrrn SA1.FS Jd NFIt1'ICF: : A ulumal Tran"m.l,. VI.OAII COVKKINO) : mwuBiHTi.iEfl.? :

AIL KWTH nr Maxvlll Baptist Church *tart- Waters of Lumtey, recently and. other ,.taU... In I'' I '

AUTO Rer.tB WO.KAU ing Jan. 23 at 7 p m. Quartet,i., visited Mr and Mr*. Louie I MUroL -- "t. ; ONR: DAY) SERVICE !(Central Florida Tile I Gridley Music
I IPbo Carter of Clay If 111. Mr. Inc.TKII't1'11
I I Motors
)' ant l Chuck Tyrll Barkley .
Work GuaranteedCS3I9I Lealer Lung and hr from several churches IncludIng ,, Coo Inc.
; On the alck list this weekare 'of Norfolk. Va. were dlnnr & Marble Co.
: son. Herihell John.*, attended. ,I ; Black Creek, will attend > A LI. MAKEB.RIPAtn
Mn.' user! Wilkinson
s. W...... "H' (.r*. M.'xvllle Baptist Church last '. Everyone .U Invited. and grutwla of Mr. and Mrs. Marry:, : H\T AND tXCltANOB( nrMonarch. C1WTftAf. JI\IOA'S
eons and Leslie Sweat who Faulkner
Sunday to hear tiTe new pastor, "'.\TCII MC'.IIT (CLA.H and family Sunday IIIU.MAV! HINhKVMM \ : / Miml, "Slots'
rrTIQy..1VTCEGilbert I'I ,! has been receiving tr.atnu.n&trona The Tyr.IU "wr" > nruuta' to A Gator Automatic '_'" Lwwnwaavo, Complel'*
pieach.;: We think MaxvlUe U The Junior Training Union j I a Macclenny: doctor Cuba,, wh.r. they will be *tae<4i>.IMi. I.1U1. U I IkitnvtM fUnusi' by IliaUwInMl '

S. Brown blessed to have a man like I' Class held a Watch &Baptist|i Alvin Padgett .left Jut h.aawl. i .": jirnvtrnt'sH 'Transmission Service I N..sa '_Wal"| to Wall .*y 8 UrW., Henry r, Mill'*

Dro. Williams and his good vice at the Maxvllle j 1 Thursday, for Port Oordon.Oa Mr rseuey Tale.. 9lerh.mksloll 1.6It.a. ._rlwhe.0e1.s. .
and Mra. C C Crosby
OH Sertles BUtloB Church night MrPratt
Utaatdard family. Tuesday after a two w ek'. visit and ann, and Mr am Mr, Knn > (1lIN'; "IIr.U INC. Araurtronand, K ntUCtnrvnng bl .ItMMMtM. a C-*lUltMHM
the teacher
ATLAS! Mr\ Trudy Crosby and her : with his parents the harry .th WUIlama wr visiting Mr 1MI' N. Ala4.(1.a.UI. film he had taken while *
In 1-
ISt.l N. \UI. Ml.PIIONK .
TIRES BATTFKIKS mother Mrs Minnie Carter Patf.tta.Mr. .11..4111 .
Iceland aivl 1 Mr. Mill. K.llr In Lake l'f\"I"I.r..rr. I.ISI:* or. ,\ *
Budget Term:*- Road e.rne.1P1101Ut ) of Maxvllle, were supper |' and "'rs. Jim Parkr* I
RefreihmenU of sandwiches City one night< Ut week, .r..i"...,". nt o.mIIKAirrY T1I.KMRAIIHKN 9I.IRDLRIsla 100-4 N Main
6847071AIFTH Bunts of Mr and Mrs Elmer and son left New Year's Day Mr. and Mr f C.nW
Jerry liyal amirhildrvn Q41""UI. 8t1oS/pl"
&Nt N Tai. '1>'l. Mn.t. Carter rf Clay Hill .last Satur- the and church drink bell were rang served at ,midnight and for Fort Lauderdale where visited l hUt "mother. B & G Motors Co.OADIIJ.41tJsSMN11 1 Wlllo1to M U'vtlle 8Ta&-g4osf !! I

day. at the old year went Mr Parker will go aboard chip Mra. Alias t'yal. In Hampton RAJ5N I : 8:11X/1.(: ) f MOVKU) :
SERVICE Mr. and Mr Homer Smithof for rrulM' with the U 3' .
a 8rralsy fttarne.FII >n:,
out and the new one came In I ( ) : Ht'l'IM.IK.1: :
Tampa. and :Mrs. Clara. NavyMr $ : nrrvicrX
:OfARRIV.U': j
Hurst's Holmes of Jacksonville attended and Mr Owar Wilkln Lars Om">l.<. .....t, Cultists Security Transfer
the morning worship aer- I Mr. and Mr. Herb Itevls of lIOn and family of 1lokanonItnad '$ "T ( IIRINTII'4 X..le..U. ttt I .M| Culra ...,I Oarl WuntMt ManTMltlnn ,Johnson & Faris! Inc.

Service Station I IOaj vices at Long Branch last I Waahlncton D C an the were rUltint the J*.l lIMC ( ''''''<''n T.s._ .'...Mta. Trmrfe. "..."' ...., e-pl" Line of & Storage Inc.
parent of a daughter. Beckr I 12' Wail ( ..n ",. : I
-I't1SCUUn-' : Sunday. There were 92 present Kay born Dec. 22. They are ** family on New YI'8r"I' I 1001 N. W. IJI*. fit. 441I'Altl r.r.n: rIAC7tHCJIT .1:1-: : -..i.,NT... AdRNTM ron

Olla Lubrication for Sunday School. former VU.vlll resident Eve. BibJ, dcntiut. ',.41 a. 111 rlitnis 1111tugI Special Nrr.MtJP CewerCentral rOOAKTY( nilOS,
Geodyeae '11,... B lr1... I Buddy Padxelt. U not 1m-'' Mri. Randolph" Crmbr "tlted Marring WorU.lp. I 10 U, Hh) ,, I rrMTffJriMfUnl
Mr and Ixil Vlllotva
Mra. THANSFrlll.. : 'In
ROAD 8T.RV1C1B: ', proving! In health .aa well .a* of Jackaonvlllo announce the I her father, CK.. lutHr."l Hfhol' Youth rvllowttilp. 1 10 I...........Maeary-4'.a.4 hairstyling ......III..a-r.. arppiw *. ,
.. ._ C.N
7 M "H." W-mJant rVstrlut 116Ull1' expected. We hope he will be In MKMleburi rvevnttrMr p m. Evening Senses. 7 JO I lea/1e '"We r-rtllU.r *lpTM..... r rI Lana IJHt. 101. f

*. Bob MrClun. rcHdtreatment I p m. AH) Youth Prowram even ,, Aul......'.... Ratoee. hnk' 1 College, I I I IJ4 H. W Mil A" v (.,1..115a.e.e.rte kbgrhn. .

In Btatke' lat Bat' Wednraday, 1 to 4,18. p ... JT4-2M4
urdar for a nail Injury I CraneLincolnMercury 1 m *. m. i it let. l.ga..vta. r//e,jSS'' 1 8111471 lIMO (Ho. Mali QaJtI*.vUl4orrirr.

Mr*. n P. Cntrmcn and t NS1111iIUILiIN U.I_"' ... pls..

'BANK SAVINGhas laughur of JackaonrUl: were : rl: 1r11'Ir.NT/

but week Ttalton, of ttt and,, *M r. I a r..rMlr. ,... IN(1LATIQN.ItMI'1NfJI ( )

twin features too!" Mr D B Ortffta. and family" NEW
Leroy OrUfi h** reUinwdto r.gtlsG YaM-4.4y.-
All American Meal r.aspli1.l)1rt. >
... .. ... his horn after being rr .
.. .., I ... .
+rv- seell. I
I t oss .. .. M fined .. r.-. .. "........
"' d'.. ., i: .' y In Uv Ares l M,4lrwl. ..At... N.M.l..eul. McCoy
1" Building
f. \ ; i. 8" t Center ECONOMY ... '- [(Insulation & Roofing 11.Oft.

\: l,_ ,;{ Rev Rrtlnald rw.pbl4: ,,' .. WannlnI.
Tar tor. pav- Supply Center
.. ), for IIIf lent Ranch BapttetChurrh. CHAMPION Co.N. tfnd.w.-f 1.'fNl.ct..
III"TI.EYIaurr.AltN." : Ll MSr. Mil W tnlvrifyt'AINT ) ....
will b. .-. ....... Sere. .t. nalnl.e

this month an WAYW nrrt I : : JH.IwtwrUI. lit njttia rnvrrurmM S It&.Up u.u-.v, 11100 11'.tM4

IfcUurda morning at It$ ''IIMrs. K-a....... e 'NlrH4MJNa. .... Ile.>4.M5.prlts.

rVIJ auVfn t* Mt> 64t w&FOUNTAIN MaM sad ate. ..........fnwna !
1elt ft trw m Jtrkmnnn' Uiia week ('Ary.t.r 1 .,.... ... .....I.U....

with hey an, DM OtiUfnf 1)E.'i 11'.h. ,'.r...& 5 ITi4J41AalAaevt 1'1"1' ( M.rp r Paint Co.-

e yiu M and family, l II l.I f:14.loOW: Y.IL" ( .>.. <(<'w./a.4N N ....... w. SteakwltLrArrJts

Mr.' A. lUrtaf and wiry $1.79 -
lfrrmc nnfl''NY j HAT or "NITBruooK
OavM. were In .1_".,. OMwftav .45wfturvu tt.wrru 4.: 1IIUT
201' .v. MI ..> _irulk ..
Mr run..r r.malM. dunUI ('oNcnrfl rytonfjcmr .114 ( it "" 1'IlfTa.! .-

e ThurMUr aftvrnnan totlTMl costs eze.N.... v0 To Paul 1a141tom. i ,*k I'b.re4 Yit2' 2i11 I IH. tin M, r. ....) i*... ---.11I .......iMr> ......... NI

fwixmil wn-k. fa* Hrrtmrt .... K. .._ 171.1.1111li.elwsttfiat. I- ) a. W TUl silo. r
,......,- ...... rtiAT A IJ. YOtrnAUB -
*. .. J r 1<.. .... (xrsa1/7s: / ...,,,,, .... \..\MM wr.\nCherry's o-rn..1I\4. \ :

Uf;. CMwUiM l a*l| .f |-| .., ... rtf>> a.1fT mutt

Taali. former, MatnO' rM*. IMI>T ... .lylM'Liddell =
0II I_
ten... vMtMl W'.1I4 MmaVQ i IAO.ra.. ..5 Edward Building;

lanur.yt cotntaftnt: with bonk! tofcfyj tt.ad. (sn.rs .... hands'Mee '- ..... prat.L s.iw-.l-.ri. ........... Paint &';
w..a Yee9r..ew.ap Supply Inc. (o.-c&. & w...4 rs.a4.aabt.Ad .
..>. ..w"-. UM teed JASUI (usa ,
fvlt-cc. basenC.: under o*. roof. pw4.aea/. Use. ... tw es.bSRAaU1 GUs Co. ::
evwW send. lot 0.... .,... TM 0. M<_ rt7 .
,..,........ Keewdy. ... '....... ....r -.w.. Poole' -tfcf4' Motors u.-G.. n. : rrw4'a.lTrW.ITES.w1TY kVl shiE: "u 'r" -.
---I-A-- 4.aa. w...__ atkuar. DfIT'"
Mae..aaLpM's. ...
SAVt..SAVHMOIS BJ9 *...-.. cad ... ...-.a- -.-_. II* .. K I... A'K />.>....rffl* : wrlaA .f... rrbsrw.: alleeeeple.eer. "'

*.*.h.., !Pee. fN.waN Mi -- ., P15055 In..... rt.rxrrmc:, ; )u/rotm .l TaMe51 r.St wM/swe. .Iwaset4: ,
,w... tnMr Lau 0141 atla' ... l t 1M W. VMv.r.ty. oaraevdd -_ W.Ilpip.r' 44wie.M -

w* 7E u. h4sdcy1 ..,. ..... ,.. AUTO IAI.\"ACI: Ia.a.Iraslas-: __
Electric Motor tad. >, ,W, +.lalewslh c::
t.- etc. ....... I.e"* ,
Mr cad ...,. K4 W.Ur .<: Sla.veyv1.4Nr.nl4rfw" / a1..t. _.*
I afe ."e4 Wr. Ney ..w-.. sari Paul'c r Auto Salvage Repair Co.

seedy s4 Jan4 w.ei3., ...... .- .,.., We bey W.seM C- ASTor Streit's Bicycle Shop
Mr cad Mr KM*** Narneesd e.e a.N4e-,feel.err.Bra1ord ,,, e1Al'rttfLLS 1x41.tJIa4TIJ7718 TYI'CWRITEIL1JHancock/

am a4 W:ltUswl were ,19.. I II I P KICK: MJRCTIUCMfTGA: r*....na ai ..*... .<.......

.BAIK AT STARKE V..wva lasesq ....... fill MND..Oii La 5.--.. .... NW ledrand la.a41 .....\.-LrrLpp Typewriter

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Member{ Federal Deposit insurance Corp. ice Mr rMTM t* .*. ,..... tit w .-. Sew pea .... i4assi0 Watre.rMvE f> ca*.IIK A !la te worth u.-a_., Cakula\kite

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Oiouing roses is like keep- I I
'Jng your wife happy there 1LL r _
are many thorny problems in- : '
;Volved.Howbvrr. Q
)! both are prestige t. Blr! 1 [ I ?i

projects. If you excel you can 111 !!! i
display both of these beauties I K4 F, f/ F ; a? aSO
with. pride. !'tJ
Solve your domestic problems .- STEAKS
first because you can t
buy tianqulllly but you can '
buy roses. 1 T co oli1e LB. 981'i'

You may purchase rosebushes ..
in three forms. These <
are bare roots, in containersor a STEAK '' .
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burlap wrapped. For 1 0

later grown procrastinator, but roses will can, cost be container-a planted fancy :; .yj) CAN lB, S 299 + Y 'j Sir 0 Ii n LB. 881 ': 48acorrCSfyfe


the problem newcomers.have Old-fasholned advantages. These Include favorites over- HamorBeefp3,9;. Sfl r f7RI8 f Rou neB LB. 881

such roses as Louis Phillippe, P@R ( :
Minnie Francis, Marie Van SAVE 10< EACH THRIFTY MAID f s "' \...,
Houtte, and Safrano. Often LEANER, FRESHER GROUND, 100% PURE BEEF
they thrive where the modern 20oz. {i 49j/ -
hybrids succumb to the deep .Catsup Bottle EJ '. ; LB
"G beef 5 $198
South's tropical, temperatures,' CUT 9-INCH CUTLoin U PKG.
high humidity and dlseaMs.! SAVE \\4t EACH DEEP SOUTH PEACH e
Except for the most dedicated Rib I EndLB. End
hobbyist modern hybrid Preserves 2-Lb.391 39 45 ;;. Only AGING brings you such TENDER. MEATY GOODNESS
roses are the hardest to grow. Ja LB. 5 t -. W-D Brand beef is close trimmed of bone and fat beforeweighing ,
SUe Selection and packaging. You get more lean, tender beef per
In a separate cutting ..Harden ,
f -r' .. ,,
because far from '. "
they're z. .r MJ*
handsome! If pruned properly, Butter 2- 49, i i -
covered most of tho time with 1 / =
protective fungicides, and 1 I N

stripped, Select a of site flower In, a rude sunny dally.loeatlon. Elgin Yellow Solids .....".., Dka FOOD
In the event the bed is f-MiJM4k. 1 J. ;; ; le 1NNE
t located near" large plants protect p' 1' ,.v/ t I r -
the rose bushes from I j + $E h .,'
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marauding roots with a sheetof O L I 0 11 1 J I l 1 1 MORTON CHICKEN. BEEF TURKEYPies

metal roofing burled vertically :, ( I I oZrI ,'
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along the tide of the bed I : Pies
Prepare the planting site 1 .
prior to securing the_ ,rosebushes 1 1
If the soil In LB.
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light and sandy,. remove' It to ,

A depth with of compost IB Inches'of a/14 i rotted<1 replace $3'Limit Food 2 Order.with: ; 1 0 I! FLOUR. :; JUIC-E ; Pork&deans Fruit Pies 3 FOR1! .,.

leaves manuie; ajid rich, hammock / : f."
sqll For beet (growth. be I TASTE O1 SEA .
mire' the replaced maUiiaTls i I ';
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Quite acid. Many, sandy lolls Fish Sticks 3 1.i
In south Florida" contain too ra i d71 LB. ,: ,,46-oz C300 Pkgs.... .:r.
much lime for best rose pro- 50 Extra 4'.W(Green Stamps BAG :: Can
duction, says University of : r w rf
'r Florida
rose an overcast tiny 'for v- | LB. r.e. rnLtO a DMVKIHKD/ 20_ : \\0_. SYaeEA. ,. Donuts -391,'
\ 1>\ant.I""w.."ev,,t the plant Pars-Rodi Shrimp ; PKG. OF 18 .
carefully' and cut back the
r bush to four or five eyes. Trim ANY WINN-DIXIE limit I with $5. crder or.more j limit .2 ot tha"prlc. please Limit J with $5. order or more
I off all broken roots. -
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large enough to accommodate yr!
the roots without crowd-
Ing: In the bottom of each LIMIT 2'WITH ORDER OR MORE b'b'I''
SAVE 11* EACH $5. .
4 hole drop a handful of garden 50 Extra N"Green Stamps| .j o ., ..w 'ep+
/utilizer' and cover' lightly ,WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASB OF ,
with top soil. Dip the'roots of Wesson Oil 24-oz 28 ; r sr "
eAch plant In a bucket of rwo M.t Monts Mo L.wAt HOY 1 Bottle24oz pr !

water just before( planting.Insert Stuffed Poppers '
the new bush to that .oeot JAMUAHT She '
the) root system will stand at AT ANY WINNDIXIEmmmmmsmm 1 ,
!the same level that It stood d" w
fn the nursery tow.With AstorOi'l 251 Heads
a slow stream of waterfrom Bottle 4
a hone', work the soil about : Snowball
the roots, filling the halo SAVE 12 EACH KLEENEX PAPER
to the round level. Pack 150 Extra&N' Green Stamps l
firmly and put a saucer of I WITH THIS COUPON AND PUHCHASI 0White

the earth When water.about the the rowe plant bushes to hold b*. Stet Aero.Teas Towe 2 Pkg.Roll 29, Cauliflower I i

Bin to leaf out keep *n eye out for diseases such Is black AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
spot brown canker, and gl W
powdery mildew Insect pests QT. 39,
that may harm the bushes will! HEAD
include: aphids, thrjpa, pump-

kin bu.and..red cottonycushionscale spider mites. 50 tats d N'Greea stem sd SAVE 10< EACH KRAFTMavonnaiseQT.491

'For additional Information WITH THIS COUPON ANO PUICHASS OPF.Y.

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