Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
January 7, 1965
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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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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Our 18191964 85th Year BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRA.PH Single;

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i>|)cintlona! coolerfur. Civil ;!
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squall. foot slioltor. urea Tlilx A tfrouiiiibreakinir ceremony. at 10 a.m. Monday\ I
ame bulKIIng will provklo ndilltionu Jan. 11, will Mart construction of the city'a new $500.- [Is[ Abused

) exhibit,, spine" fur are I 000 !eta mitre treatment plant.
.,. ,liming Fair Week viuh, .I'rlnll.l Local iliirnttaries will be Invited to tho I
.\ ceremony: Complaint, tbuut nil day
IB-ytMtr-oM sleeks youth "WIM. rrltlriUly Injtirrd In the '9.\\ I'tintlac. atone left 'when The a.alr5s.,1I1110)n will) along with Karl; Jll'I414l'rat11111/ IKtn I J':::. Kuckmun of thx parking. on Call direct have
Berry III .p .1 l off the rime' of Untl HroMnloe" Htrrrt Huniluy night cal rwnHiMMl'' Into the hunts. 1964 Sets Record 1 IMIJ' half the cunt of the now city's.. rnirinccrinjr firm of KeynoUl, Smith and Ililli. gain rc ohe4 the starke City

|'ahorlxht.. .Vnh Mly. UM In the lltlng roan of the h..iiM when It "was torn open by the tar For BeingVET hulMintf, while mutrhlnff funds l of Jacksonville, IIUI'It'r\'I14> engineer Key Finite, aned l Council. according: I to Councilman
j'th .wupant. had rrllml. for thr. night mlnutm. baton thn rriuh. will bit provided! by the .N'edseal representative of I the llublmrd .Construction\ Conn- fcfl lAwnon who 'I\au-

Auction Set Bradford County receivedan Defense.Kovernmcnt through& Civil puny, the contracting firm day htiiht asked Action on the>
On Brownlee Street Curve avernire of BJ2I: : Inches of matter aunt hi* fellow member
Carl I Robert. Bradford, Tho ceremony In set for. the construction site om .

This Friday I 1064 rain duringthe to make It IJ: one mnnths of the of County CD ,dlrortor reports )KtlwnnU; : Loop' mljacvnt/ to the prt'I't'lltI'wnruCt! treatment : After* arloua ,ugge.tlonii
that a building miltabU) for phlnt. I II .
the pnpbj'm thrown back
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wettest yenr's In rerent history
flying l Car Rants House The 11W4 tot,,) "wu 2S2H +an ROC could, be built fur Threatened with condemnation was alas purchased. Amount\ In tha l lap of Miyxif: Randal
Auctlona on the Starke ; Inches more than thir bU-year $4,0W.() ( An eitrlter. propiwnl, pi-ofiTdliurs voted. by the of the settlement was not. announced Chitty and hU city polio
strawberry market will *Urt. ) averaxe for this county, rt3P'Jinches : which ciil) at 11 a, m. Friday Manager The wetttut month wns of ubnut filO.OiH\ hml 1 1I resident yenterdiiy slnntHl an In other action; / the council man Stopber!\ CHxxhnan awe:'
Phil Cronkhite announced One September+ when an aureate: I Morn rejected by the Fair A.- ruiement! for utility 11 nca. to ties!: : gested Lha.t police: officers' patrol
yesterday. Injured Critically of 14 10 Inches wa rerordml I Noclntlun, a* tot) expensive. bo run arnw hrr proiwrty In In.t.rurtml. city Clerk MellI Call and Co\ rt Streets
An extremely mlJd winter at the county's three are tow 1ulJnwla'lf' ununlmoui npprovul connection with Ht .rkes 'ncwrr I rill EdwaicU to write all prow-! more often and tint offenders
hu pushed the berry season ers. of the projoit A J. and water expunxlon prow rani. rrty owners who would Una of Ute town's two-tour tree

up here by two months and Hurtling 408 feet off the''!his vehicle under control and i,I car WUlls was charged vwlthi Koreit lire, thawed male. Thunim. Jr., president of the City Attorney Oeorge Plane, Involved,: In giving the city wn pitrklnir. rrnuUtlon,
Friday's auction will be the curve of west Bruwnlee Street j I! causing. an avcldent I public Intoxication destroy d din line the a .. ..Amioiliitloiu-appolnted+ n Kitttrd the rune out of court& eawment to a 10 foot allay. "I've pn tryliuc tor, a year,"
earliest on record at the at great speed Sunday night I Flying off the curve I Inc city property and IrTurferlng with during 54 peal bull Starke market; Last year the a 1955 Pontiac crashed Intoa Starke EU-mrnUry with a police officer year only reportedin of n T. ItiiKKln. Allan Uorothy A. Qrecn Jr.. who representedMr !r'ter Crews and C. II[ Nsu- Chult'tbrlt i Carl Herat wheel
first auction wrl held on house critically Injuring I 10yearold I car rammed Into a In the line of duty No charges the county s* tampon' [ Roan. 1U11 Kpi: |' A. F. .. Arnctt 1* Tucker Stewart worthy. Ifoimrrly Worth's! nn the Utter **ke4 hint to see 1C
March: 9.Cronkhlte. Jimmy Ortflis of I flew blab Into the air. have been filed against Net with 93 in 1D<1-1. .Acreage. Mi l>nrj.\ | and, ICinory.. illig I'roixTty{ |In question tit u- Haut Cull Htrrrt, Niuworthynl ) he could aol" the problem
burned lust totule.l :3ID II
said he expected Starke end-over-end three lies a* yet, Slbley said, other .. year with 0278 In MoVI, Prevail.KriWKt lon( 81{-'100 In southeast /'>iM' rc
about 1,000 flats on the auc Two of the three occupants: fore It finally crashed than the lone traffic violation. compared : Trlest. a Kvyttone, Htark and new trunk line uorots to ri'quant!! the city to puve wra the council IA.14e think the
lion Friday morning. or the flying vehkle walked the house according to "You wonder how any of 1963.No Heights (contractor mid. It It will serve rp Id-nts In alley In buck of the stores Mr" problem. |I. not a* 'ylde- prea4a
Berry grower view this away from the total l wreckage and a second patrolman them came out of that one alive fire have bran reported| only Uvmght.
early start with some mlsglv of the car almost unscathed my Bowen. who Inreetf since Jan 1. During the anmeperlcxl I ha pru|..M".d ROC blillcllnlf hits Btcwait" hint l refused, to liui mercliandUut on crowdnl( Mayor Cl-''.Cy raid. that K
lots since It t will put Bradford according to City Patrolman the wreck The car was Patrolman Slbley declared bat' year there win for fio.ono He preiiented n deed the land to Ute city un- Cull Htrrrt Nsnworthy. sitld 1 the few repeat l offenter. who
County berrltf/ on the Lane Slbley/ but Orlffls ...a. ly demolMied and I one fire with six> ncrfs burneil' I Continued On Pime Pourll. ) j lean! a home and all the land ho. lost neversl trnnnta In tine have ben .In"l UckeU and
market !In roropeUtlon with rushed to the University of the house was ----- Worth locution In past yeaimbmnunn have bi4 fln.<.. continue ta
Plant City and other South Florida Medical Center !in 1.700. I of the lark of com create the probleM to such an

Florida areas and could result critical condition He was not Willis and Orlffls _____ To County Board _____ venlent loading stMwe: extent. It U k oft ri difficult for
In lower prices found for a half hour after thrown from the ear Autliorl/nd" Utility Supt Owen hopvr to firM parking
Qrowers would( welcome nothing the crash after having been I tL'!'. during: the three. r Dnvia to salt 'for bid on apace d more than several day thrown all the way across the before the ear crashed Roberts Is New Chairman 1.000 feet of 3i! Inch water Ml,
of "hard freeilng weather street and under house opposite the house at the George ; Pfjx'. j I eral 0T/ridr anA xplalnect.
but according to thek>n[ the wreck Brownlee and Orand Votfil to nay former cltjf that the piwkjnc .ffuJaUon
rants weather forecast nothing Occupied by James! Orlffls. OrUfls was thrown auditor tisane tMndelake oJ are tor the sod of tne nvrohant -
like this eem' In prow an employee of the Board of Orand Street under the j I Jackson, villa 1900 !In additionto / N well M the
peel for the next few week Public Instruction which owns owned by Walker Hamilton Slit folad Are Sworn Inidiml his rrnular/ fee for dolnd/ per. ahop"I I
The eaaon got underway the house', one room of the WU21 and Nettle had I extra work In connection! with "fn ,.cj oaaa f f ,#v*
officially Monday .when 200 dwelling bunt completely: ii] questioned at the the clty'a new utility expansion unfailingly, promi* 4 that JC
flats of birilra were handled open The oorupanu had just| fore they would admit a j George W Hobvrta was protfram won't hi",pp n .....1'bul each
at the market, Tueiday WMI turned' off their television and I person wa* with them nsnird chairman, and Jerome f.r I I Adopted theln unrlorI time theta same peMons un.falllngljr .
I Continued On Pate Pour I retired to another part of the slated John rk-e-ohalrman, of the i I I I wrlteri. safety code, for handling are the ones who
lliiulfled .petroleum .a*. park there %..In:' Chltty told,
house Patrolman Sibley relatrd Bradford Commission .
Both of Orlffls'! legs :,,, County i
I r when the matter was brought the cninrll-
at Its .
broken and he also organisation meetingTueeday
I Lawtey Man Driver of the car Edwin 1 IRaJ' internal InJurl s. up hy the clerk,, City ordinance1, Hoer call for
| re Aarerd to hold a meeting fine st.nin[ atl l fur first
Nettle. 19 and a second i 1 Slbley: saidWIIU Ni-w commlsiloners Ze-lra i-, 14 /
Jeate Divld WUlb I II |I Hamilton Hhiiford. soon tii review their current' offender and going up a*
passenger. j and Dave
Dies Of Bums / wa walking residentswho high aS for earn repeat offense.
of charting
!' policy !
I 21. both of Starke were treated the when police i|I alUtided their fleet meeting
dn not lake city electricity CW ncllmar> 8wbrOxximsn
and released from thei of the new term. replacing
i i Bradford<< County Hospital approximately three I, Ru. rll Oreen and farmer an extra tt Pr' month I uiM'stedi. to the
total of tH/ I la I that "a frW b*
In Explosion with braless and abrasions after the accident : comtnUilon chairman Carl rr for water 'a mayor person
..vt Ttie, mat floodS and then. *,'ll see U
Slbley laid Nettles ha been: 10 30 p m. Sunday but Preratt h' rgn1"+l Uirm n
c r lei> mini ui when Clrrk ltd- they contlriue\ ta perk all day
charted with failure to hav firs was. pinned Inside O-ne SJiaw retained s. r
Darnell S.uls. 20 of La- i county attorney, and Oeorre lyI1 r1onllnu.' <>'. Pjie Fourl' I I If C'nntlnla On "ii. Four I

fey afternoon: died In/early the Wednesday University : By School Board Pierre K presecutlng Jones a lil continue attorney ;, "In" As Superintendent-t

of Florida Medical Center asa I a* County Road foreman Casey ;
result of bum received 1nan Commissioner Jerome Johns I

Pyrofmx explosion: O%and* Corpai fire at Allan the" ;, Andrews Named To Push Effort f ,' moved mbulon that b- divided the County Into Com-tourdeparlmrnts. SeeksVatchdog"\ Committee

in Oalnevtl! Tuesday
plant i hesdvd by com
Saul was one of two men< J"ourl'I I 1 +r
For mlMloner "theI
Junior by
critically burned In the n- Two-County College chalimsn. i Organisation of the newI m.ny yr stneeflradfont
plosion and resulting fire .* I I I Bradford County+ Hchoo' High. School WM ill regarded
Roberta nsmed" Johns to
the IU>ard tor the new year wak a* a colltge preparatory
the .u-nll1". plant on of OUT Andrew wa* name Casey call a si:> for head' / the toad and Bridges k held following the final meetIng achootwgrelalh .> the unl*
Archer road southwest ''b7 the Bradford County Bo.rd tlon of the dn>arUnent. HsmUtort to
Community ;
\ or : 'd wr ( of the "old" board Turaflay verilty. Wxaus.r of the tffarU
O.lrIN.tnIIe cauae determined I| of Public, Instruction Tuetdavi \ lets facility would be Health and Welfare' Shuford. of ) Morgan this la no
the explosion! wa* not to push efforts toward obtaining later However In the Mosquito Control. Publicity
of the i i OutiwInK. mmfwr W E longer tru. Bra but a member the) proposed Alschus-! the Alachua County and Public Information and well acllld"mlcaIJy
hi xtat, trrpre'ted :
fire rtm-nt Lawson rellnquUtuxl *
Oalnesvllle opp Bradford Community Junior Board offer the use of Mr Jessie Chastaln. Chi i: WhUe t of the to Arthur ItollldyOiitgolnif now.
said Z> nUy one I II College for the area. old Gainesville/ post I>fene and r Recreation. \ew: <.<. ...l..ii ( h.lrm n iieurgn \"'. ll,"lM-rl< (f'rft) wrlrtxneo. two new. ('",- him Morgan dM" many trunar
gas tanks sprang, hale with Johns announced.he. plans I ButierlnUndirnt IfP .
reaching Andrew, and other numbers a temporary facility mlwlnner. IUV (rrolrq, ) amie lra Hamlllon to the tioaril atmeeting. .r..t.' .I for the bK.flt (X out school
the ga* eventually of the advisory committee It said would enable to work with the other commissioner Morgan was not present which QUidn't be measunni
the pilot light on the hot but hi. IIIIt officially !
!. submitted a complrV to start a* early' a* the ; to produce a Hol financially." but Ifta result
water heater In an adjoining l.tudy I for the proposed colleg 1943. and save a year ''1 I, Bosrl Manusl on the operation !In Bradford Total budget t The Commissioners also dl*- The outgolrxr board which trsnufurrrd to r.*fntlyetrctedlThnms : can: boo ...%.n.rd numbers
building. ( and made plan, to ask for a ting the under' of the County Hold 1> Ca. ,. Jr
program Usted by the mo'avito' control coast[ the possibility of having taw. Prevail and keen retire tabled tea reaoluUort for further i
(Continued On Psfe lour) "priority one" rating from Ina letter of Department. program wa* 121. W Htsrllng ws namood')' I seedy,
1 the State Junior CoOeg' datton presented to the IU told the other "mrmln City of fllarke, Bradford each district rule a cUlm sRaliul the chsto-min: trot If J[ A. Irwruntier Caareue.ted, to the

Board on Jan. 20. Bard the Junior to gather Idea and plans to County and: the StaLe cooperate Attorney Shaw reported' thata IJIIntr out of court -chairmanOUurr Bo.rd11... that. appoint a.
I If the request receive such Committee strongly get the Information together In the expense Lord will be built for the Attorney JlolIU Knight& appeared member' of thOradfard "..acMOII"" tomrnltt, to help
Variety Show a rating thm the approval of the community college : ss soon as pmntble bard of Public Instrurtlon -
Uarb7 went over the Karl llaertle tamil as scorn, at before the brwrd and assure the| what hauoened/ In
the State! Board of Education>> and arks that It Our Hamilton executivesecretary method of b.d..tll.p"n., .... :I a proper dee b received for ales d for .fur s" for are U'xlney. flail and 1 I ival County, do !arl'l get ..
Featuring will be asked for Then the quality education 01he Suwannee of the Bradford C 'unty Cum-: I!II adjoining property I Ermla: Junes, HOT.C. and 1:. A. N.pp.IfaN chanre U> .pped lit .-.adford."Ther ( i ,
.way wtU: haw!' been paved f()' vocational and technical River Authority, appeared before I mission for the "bflnffll of the :I I Mr CT JIMMY a request to the 1W5 leSs es Uon. coUrge-lransfer: ) the commissioners ana two new member that any time a road Is being 1,I the county., arid City of flurke chairman but upon! lIoUld...,'., where Kl vn* lnt.rt ted In
STRICKLAND blareAndrers adult education.All reported on development o' :| Carl Hubert. Civil rvfenseIxrrctor ) closed that the county ihoul 1i I !1! for dama.p* to thelt propsrywm 1 II rrml'vlor,, that he U. a "freV I schools: s.d help' Reap u* up. 1
8 O Denmark: of these interest In Bradford County I a.ked the commie have a deed. to the rlsht-uf- / a lire which; alliMffdly] m n" Hsll withdrew Ms. It would! help14 ta get ..
i I
FRIJAN.) : 15 Dr Jsroe W Patray. James needed to curt the by the Authority and off!! ocf' awn. for 1750 for four mobile 1 I way land "Thst .way If a I started at the city sartrraedump motion souruunit Ort: financed! cafeteria
BkMMTworth and PreemanRegister. the people of this uea." to ales file. county I5OO .to units to bot sired on County i I goad I U rlMed if* our road." I I I Hupt Carry Introduced a. the Jr, O ileg, ties. guidance
8:00 IOI.IUIS Jr were asked to letter old and buy material' for. boat > le cbt JArles, and
rulpment The request ray he added I J r".U..1I1 the fire w4 i i I rrnvjlutlon p** Kl by bet +
remain In an adrlwry capacity the comprehensive I ramp to be built on Hampton tabled for further l study Roberts OM' Beard Meele I.I not part of! the mo <|.iilM> control year's' student enuntlal other:' OMy toM them.
Auditorium untfl the project I b n-.r- ity eoOege I II uniquely. o l lake. made the seme re er U> eompleUoo They wen ed to offer programs of m Monday's: final meeting several. tha' old eommbslan Mrs be. frustrating thin. W.
week ago and at +I">f tn- aMy set by rt>*, plrkrrs aiding. that the auditorium br>
Ilrnefit. asked earlier to make tht cl.. U variety to meet the of the Commission.. Clerk time It wa ale j> tabled for fronds/ frene Ix S a.e had The CIty of MUrke own the I;i named for outgoing, Mupti had cl'1" PTA ommlttea,
March of Dime study and In conjunction: cational need of all the !. Charles Darby.. suthorUe-J more study.. rtrmvlulnrrl\ / abxnjt a gate djino. but It is. oti'rsted by I Ij i Morgan and they CaIN up> with along
wttn Auptelect Tom Casey pie' !In the community to PH $1.000.{ which had been road IKt. We couldn't afford
Hubert reported &11.a total which enclosed .n awe1 j Ute County Moe/mlto' ConrVol | "rVime time ago we pawed'f:
and Larry It Olbeon ban They recommended) budgeted, to the SuwanneeRiver I of the thing their
of tn.031 in dlraa'erfunds to hotI' prop.rtr Attorney Unit. a resolution not to name another most
beei working on the JuniorCoLewe selective admlMlon re : Authority fore b-n rec lv "d O'! Shaw had been Inatrurted to 'I ", the Mtttoirwpritmlh building for any Individual I thought up" Board. metnbcrIfaR

This. Space Contributed ; project for some time menu be estsbllOiftd j'! In Jurt.* er action Tuesday this 'l 4.479 went to the City write v Avrteultur! Oertmlstloner be "Ui cheapmt way unless they. had put s,I s.&/W
Th study submitted Inchxhrs Alachua-Bradford C the eomrnUsionr* opened of Btsrke; IU21 to the Hauler, Conner and a.k out." I4st of moose Into the! site or I "U p"oDI IA make ra t effort
Weekly> to PublkUe a derriplon of the lly Junior' College I bids on county requirements School Board.; 1JM to the that trie kx-k bet removed anda "Hcrnrtlnfe the chesprtt construction." La..ton said I to find oit( areaa Nat. neex]
cootmunlUn.; the educational "I like the part about >. of gaanlln, dlewl oU and lu- County; and lUll to U- rattle gap erected At Tuea4av war. ta not (lh. brut wsy"CnmrnlMloner We would be setting a pre Improving and publicize. them
Community Erenta by need; financial abUUy.; local! enrollment wouldn't b!' a ,, bricaats. but deferred award- IlesUh; DrpwrtrrxntH .' meeting thl arllon tar .. John stated I I cM"nl." Hsll added I nubrxly e.n ssy you dldn"i
studies; prospective student: tive-type thine." Board J(+ Inc the contract until bids an and 8huhrd .tt reo-lnded .M the currantsion ; .r>".rytupe Uwre a fire out "I am math introducing i warn m*'." Csse said.IU11 .
The CommunityState plan for the Cboununlty: I boor Rodney Hall said. I I I I tabulated. ed they are planning to go to siked Bhiew. to write there som mdy'd Mrs true I I the resolution,"' Casey told ,ug,..t.4 that. the
Bank Junior College Program and 'Anyone could get In. ,, Jack TrawVk. County Ban- a whoa! In TaflshaM-e f" rvrin-r and nig/ri+ Mr linage Bounty. Clerk Dxrbr told them 'but there are other Board set aslda an afternoon
proposed temporary facllltle i': they would have to p j tartan, gave a resume of the new county commUiAners: to also have a lock on Lu i th.-na rrtlrrU to measure. beildes and pick: :; si" *"e a to study.CContlnucxt ,
for the school. Continued On Page ] Mosquito control operaUoru be Held In April gU

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t! Mr and Mrs. Carl Johns Mr. and Mrs. Jahn B nay I Mrs: B.: M. Davis and, Beth Services HeldDecember vllle; one sister, Mrs. Ell; a I Hill To Speak I, school that will accurate I

I were visiting Mr. and M-: a. Sapp and family of Daytona Mlxon spent Saturday andi I I Starling of Macclenny. and echo the sentiments of the mJ

It I Charles. Durk.ce and family In : spent the New Y ar'8 Sunday with Mrs. r. !18!:, Stone seven grandchildren.: On Job Center 1 jorlty of the people of botl

I'fY t Tampa last> week. I' holiday with Mr. and Mi's. and l :Miss Mamie Anderson In''I 28 I Funeral services were held Harold Hill chairman of counties," Sellers wild, "anJ,
In addition will tj
r Mr. and Mrs. W. n, Steln- Carl Su,p. { Archer. | at 2 p. m. Saturday, Jan. 2.1 the Clay County:: Republican' which be

--- ; ineyer and Mr. and MrsI.:: Mrs. K.: D. Olmsted was In :Mr. and 1 Mr*. Edward: Mr. Greene I II in the Long) Branch; Baptls.. ; Party, will speak on the proI I the best interest of the tar

-- I N. Heilonu of Jacksonville '' K.uulalUtown: Md and Troy, | H-hwnh and funnily. of :Merrill \ I Church near M jc\rUle\ with i posed Jobs Caps Training I area", the state and the coun]

GLADYS JIIOOTY1'hone were Sunday visitors of Mr. N. y last month visiting her Island brought Mr. John Easterllng! Greene 5U. Rev. Laurie McKinney Offici-I'', School at 8:30: a. m. Saturday. try.

I and Mrs W. F. Herlons.Mr / d.iiiRlitei-H and their families. *Sih: ab'lI mother Mrs Myrtle of 1829 Bartrain Houd, Jacksonville \ atlng. Interment was i Jan. 9, according to an announcement Sellers said that HU) is

961.-06.51( and Mrs Roswell Whld-] :Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent I Anderson. home over the died Saturday. Due.: > family plot with Jones Funeral by Herbert Sellers dynamic speaker and t tl

-1 1Mrs don of Tlfton. O.i. w,re wrek- spent Kiitui'ilay and Sunday weekend. ....after. her holiday 20, alter. a brief Illness. | Home( In charge of arrangements HUt will speak;; at Hills known for speaking out oil

,. w u Italic returned Robert Stevens and end guests of Mr and Mrs \\'lIh11':\ and Mrs. Fred Guy vls't with them. Mr. Greene was born In Farm, located on State Road I 'moor'ant" Issues with factua
'I J. O. Itolton and Mr. and In ilncaville. I I j :Miss Virginia Razor; of. Suuth C.irolma and had lived 1| Acti.e pallbearers were Enl 220 at Black Creek between force
\ from, three weeks daughter of Santa l.1al'le.CallI. }
1 Mrs. Elton Jordan I|, :Mr. und :Mrs II. R. An- j Tampa was a weekend gtivstI In Jacksonville! for 57 yearn. ': Prevatt. Albert Prevatt, Lloyd Mlddleburz: and Doctor's Inlet He added that all Intereate-i:
with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Billy Dealing and i V.1I I'
'. ii n HaiJe and Mr. and four sons of Jacksonville and Miss\. > Harlette Smith of I t I drawn and :Mr.\ and Mis.. "Kr-: \I I of Mr. and :Mra. R.: n. Tenly i iI He was chief!' of stevedores ) Oriffis. Claude Rowe Sinclair the announcement said. residents of' Bradford an !

Ju),,i K Halle in Miami, 'j Mrs. Irene Johns of Green I Itaton: spent{ last Thursday to vln Andrews and, HOP spentthe i|'I Mr. and :Mrs. Frank Reeves> with Mi\ .Gift In & Co., 'her'l) Griffis and Rowell Prevatt. i -Mr. Hill! Is expected: : to I I I I Clay Counties are invited t t <|

,., 'I| Saturday' with Mr. and Mrs ; t weekend, with Mr. und and f'imllv of Tampa( were! ha had been employed for 21years | main a stand on the proposes attend.The .
!n J S. Adalr In West Cove Springs were holiday ( ,
I W. T. Jackson and familY lrH. Luclun Thomas at Fort 1 1I visiting :Mr. /and Mrs.: Harold |I \ ; Kn.1'IIS a in!!'mocr of I Job -_ "" ,' u. .. c '" "- ".
: _
Training .
I, Bc.ich." i ii vii.itors; of Mr. and Mrs. Ii. D. ( .: : :, ; > : ; :
The Jacksons nlio had as \I 'er". I iodwln: und Sun- tile Church. i iI i
:I ,,1.,11 i t :\1''':", Ben Hall and Green and Mrs. C. D. Williams. I on Saturday Baptist I'I'I
I Sunday visitors Mr. and Mrs i iII. | Visiting Sir and Mrs. .r. T. day. I Surviving are hU. widow '
and .
u'.livn.: Debbie I I Opponents
last week E. Smith of Wllllllton.Mrll. !> Qulglcy{: dining' | the holidayswere I Mrs. Eugene: William* and I :Mrs.\ :Myrtle Greens: : hid. uro- !
'i'I iford.spcnt I Bernard Hunt of Botnlfay Incz Dumaine underwent Mr. and l Mrs Elmer L. children of Brunswick, On. !!''I ther. Mrn.. Ida M.\ Greene I I TerwillegarMotors
i I. Imp on iho OchUj j visited Ills mother M.-s.' Hen- 1 Taking VoteA
i Ruer( !I' I surgery/ Monday in John' und children of Apollo'I spent UiKt Tuesday to Thursday both of Jacksonville, ; a dauglv !
I I'h'ttlIJunt during the holi Bradford County Hospital.! 1 TJciich: lend lr. and :Mrs Cor-
"ml! Mrs/! T. n ilnrcilnK with :Mr.' and Mrs Henry I tr, Miss Sylvia Marie Green I
rcti.' npd from ten days.Mr. / Mrs Mae Jones of Jacksonville I Mn rnrncll! and uon.i, of Gain- Godwin and friend, here. Jacksonville: three lIOns John straw ballot on the proposed -

ii with{ Mr. and a Mrs. I, ivd Mrs Charlie Cowen Is visiting/ her sistc. /IIIII I, :MH Nannie Graham Sand- CurtU Greene Starke; Krnent: I location of a Jobs Corps

I li' and family in I i iuii : and family ,spent last weekIn I II Mrs.: W. E. Mlddleto'i, this lt Tlvimiii' II. D.yal of j ers of Wythevllie. Va. spent I O'Neill 1 Green, Tltusville: an,1 l II i Training( Center in the Starke

n'" ', Hd.: and with their I!I )[ulIl v1l1p, AU. with Mr. I week Wright! ; Patterson Air Force< (he Chrlatmns holiday with Richard Durwon l Greene Turner area Is now In progress according -

'v Miss June Harding. i, (and Mrs. C. H Cowen. Mrs Ij.. O. Powell rntuwd n.n>.f. Uayton. Ohio, Hpent the :Mr. and Mr"*. Guy Andrew I AFB, Albany, G.t. A Ino''' to Rodney P.

: 1 t"' 1 3, O.l Mrs. J. R. Kite visltrd Dr last Friday from a week's visit holirtnv! with his' parents Mr. I Mr... Andrews, :Miss, Sander, surviving are three brother spokesman for an unorganized

.1'rd i Mrs Adolph tiny 'end Mrs K P Stubbing l'J with her histrs.! Misses Lou- :' and Mm. Nate t D.yal of Hampton and Mrs.. LV.. NorswortUv I three sinters, and 12 grand.Ichildren. group of persona opposed to''

.1 lUg-htcr:', Geraldine, Tallaliaascu ovnr the weeken ise and: Etta F:1pp; In Columbia'o. The Oval also had spent one day at St AUJTUH-: the proJect.
S. C. TIaI'Yv:?r Joinedby ( IH. Mr and :Mrs. H. A. Hall said that an elfort has
lined front two weeks Mr. and Mrs lawrei\ce. I CIA RHP tine. Funeral services were held USED CAR
uii. relatives in' Tcxai Zlmmer acid daughter of diet!. brother-in-law and Chute of Cue-on. Mr. and Mrs." Logan Baldwin at 2 p.m. Monody, Dec. 28, In been made to mall ballot tu

i auslana. Elmira, N. Y. were guests of sister. Col. and Mrs. C. H. 111.I ('L.1RANCh! : were overnight guests. the! chapel of Marriage & Sons 'every registered 'voter in the

I J. M.I., ('L.tIC.1Nl'F: I IJ. Mr and Mrs. B Emanuel last Wallenberg, of Farmlngton.: i rnrusnxY r'tn \'' AMI : New Year's fCve of Col. and Funeral Home In Jacksonville county with a request. that

lit! ls! !>.\\', I'IUU'SUI' Wednesday and Thursday, Conn. i I MATrHIY ,\ 'f LKJLuVH.: :Mr. H. C Wall In St. Augrun-. Rev. W. A. Hogan pastor of they be ma.ked for or against

h. I.11:1'1':| I.KI1..VS.; : Miss Kathy Elder and Ben Mr and Mrs\ William! Pho- CASH! ONLY.: tine and attended the New the First Baptist Church of the. proposed. training center.

: '. '......1 II( OM..Y:' Rowland of Stallke, Sonny bus and Steve Wh ulna of Mt. :Mr and, Sh's. Torph B. Bak- Year'. Eve party at the Poncede Starka officiated,. Interment He Bald that approximately I

+ J. !. Foster nd Buck ClrlgRH of Lake Biitltfr. Mr. Carmel. III. spent Tuesday tt kcn" fir Wnhpeton.. N. D. Ion Hotel. wan In Riverside Memorial fl.OOO ballots were mailed out Stock Reduuiioll;
: \, vela Wands! at Live Oak.r and Mrs Charles Fouler' and Thursday. and of 1JltVt't'k: David Jlontuomery. are visiting Mr. and :\Ilrll. Mian :Maude Sewell and Park Cemetery. and that around 700 have l l

''l'rile Woods of Lakei Mr. And Mrs. Coy Jan/iUon/, of I Mrs. Hnkken. Jr. and family for a :Mrs. H. K. Norman of Rich- been returned so far
i, b"ei vlsltiiiB! their I 1 i' Winter Haven were ''weekenlI I The Montgomery.[ month. land alt are visiting Mr: and Hall said that the registration -

Mrs..r. S. I uur-fcts of Mr. find JArs Hcrbrrt had as visitor: W. C. Parnell I Mr. 1H1.111'1'1.: dames. A. I :Mr! W. B Bewell. I Services For list used by the (group,

"' born lit ii nd Mr. Thomas and( ''duuxhtcr. i I of St. Au UHtine fl'omI I'j' Whlfo and fimlly of Muorp- Mix Virginia FCrwIn of did not give mailiiii addrecsesand !

"I' 4 tQ| Kathleen at their amp in :Monday to Friday.Mr. I vile Ind. were visiting Mr." I Chnttahoochce spent I h e [Air. Taylor/ 76, that tome ballots may :
and Mrs! Ootfrso For- 1 Whlt-s father, Homer White have landed in the dead letter
: I I !the Scrub. Christmas holidays with her .Jlli
I t tunas and family of Apula- TuoHday. of last week 'nndvirn }I Of Lawtey office due to incomplete ad
r-u; i Miss Linda Kay Sain of on parent, Mr. and Mr, Bryan 't .
... !fI' I chloola spent several days last \ also dinner greats of I ICrwIn. dresses.: Any registered voter .
: II ...... .. I I Cape Canaveral and Keith I week with her )parents. Rev. I I who did not receive a ballot
: CilllitiRliiim of J-aok.iniivUle i Mr\ Nelson Ofeen and family W. I.. Norris of lyeenhiirgwas I I Noah Taylor. 78. &f Liwtey! .
I ,
: ] | and Mis. R, E. MicBlaln. 1' and would like to participate
If' :: spent the weekend with Mr.and .. I I n, Mond.iv visitor of Miand died Wednesday. Dec 30 in a'
: L I ( Mrs Ouv' Sale. The Salesalso I Mrs. A. E. MK1nllf'YvR' f The Unulfnrd" High School Mr. H. H. Spears Ji Starke hospital after an extended In the poll, may obtain a
I i vlHltliiK Mr. and Mrs.\ I. II. I : ballot by calling Ralph Bryan
umber 1 1965 Fords Are In
TV I : : had as overnight\ guests last majorettes huh n party Mr." and :Mrn. Hilly Moore 1 i illness.!! H<> was bornin I Coming Fast ,
: Hazen in Jacksonville I Ben Moxley or Art Patray.
ft Saturday Mr and Mm. Bill Friday night at the homo of Madison .pent Friday to Bradford County on Jo'lb.! We Need More Room For
1 i 1 Thursday and Friday. Hall said. And Trade-
: j I WalnwiUlit of Tallahassee. of Kathy Whltfhead! on Cry-,I j Sunday, with their parents.Mr. |110, 1888, the son of the lam
Mr. and Mrs D\vld: Montgomery Hall said
that ballots
1. \"... I I < They attended the Oator1:1: in tal Lake : and Mr. Fred Bennett. I Martin and EI1ab.tlOrltls the ins Your Chance To Save Big Is
I' and family were I did not show any identification
I I jd{ I ?ame on Saturday.Mr I'hvlll Darby was hostess I Miss Kitl, Bishop of Jaek- Taylor, and hud lived In Law-
Lake to Sunday
I City F'ldny: a* to who was mailing Now
: = and Mrs. Jimmy: Howe to nine girl friends at a "lum I nonvllle was visiting Mr. and 1 try for 35 years lie was a le- _
visiting Rev and Mrs. R. F. them
,. out because "we are an
: .1 J. and family of Sanford were! I, MontKoinery. They also attended I her party New Yearn Eve | :Mr\ *. Bryan 1 Krwln: :Monday tired farmer and member of I unorganized He said
.......... four group.
had I
while Oerrl Monty I ,
: $1 Per Day. visiting! their parents, Mr.' and I the Gator Bowl game evening. Die Baptist Chuich. some people were reluctant tai : WAS HOW'I
Mrs Robert Green and Mrs. II I girl friend\ for a slumber I Dr. and Mr. V.V. Strick Surviving are hts' wife. Ell a |II
on Siturdny.: i sign and return them becauseof
: ILL :NKW. ...: I'OKTAIILKS' '.". "'::7'lm : Eollnc; Smith last week, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wilson party the mme night. land and family of Winter I Orlffii. Taylor of Lnwtey: one. this lack of Identification SEE WHAT

f. :: .',\1.1. CLE.IRANCF, .: and family moved from Mr. and, :Mrn. I-eHlle niKSS: ,i Park, were weekend guests of Inn, Ice Taylor of B 'ocker: and lack of knowledge ai tjI m

? f.ll.J 'riH'ltSUtV. FKIUAV AND { QalnrHvlllP\ to Brooker during of fH-atur.|> Oa. were Tuesday ,, Dr. and :Mrs C. J, Houpt nnd II three daughters Mr). Maude I; what use would be made of

i ; LI'.\\lTICU.\{I AT I.F.II.\'S. i I Urn holidays. Delia Wilson to Sunday guests of Mr. and [ nil attended the Gator Bowl Prevatt and Mrs Alene S'nrI I I the ballots. YOU SAVE

4\SII: 01.I : .\". | spent last week wIth' Mr. and :\fo'll. Vernon Sllcox.Mr. I I Kame.I llnu. both of !wUy, and Mrs.i I i'I He said although sUnHure .It it

Dahmer's I Miss Bcvln Ooimn.n of Palm i Mrs.: R. M. McRae.: : and :Mr\ *. Frank Hatch,i I local admittance. to BrHd-! Bertlce Taylor of JacksonI are required on !the: ballots:

I feint Is the guest this week: Terry Berry. spoilt tho weekend er and family of :Maitlandwere \ ford County Hospital this ,, j the Information as to how an

112 K. fa''! Th. !nfifl-1771 I, (If Mrs. Ilazr-1 I Rllch anal:I IlHauklln In Newberry with RobinRusarll. weekend guests of Col. '!' week include: :Mr.*. Botty \Iu.:\ Thelma MonJoza and !l individual voted will not b'
'I Hitch. a n.111'11.: II. :M. Hatcher. Je. Ian DobHon. Mr*!. Annie M.I I made public. Only final re- I 1959
:Hiss\ Gloria Johns of JI1.kllOnI' -
.. ..... ,.r. ..., --..,.. mmam i *' **lt''> .llaynea. und, Clifford. 1 F. Arnoldof '; vII Ie were visiting Mrs.( Carrie : suits of the actual ballot $$7115 Fully" Mercury.
Luke Butler; Mrs Made I' count will be made public: ;
I *, Rltrh, and :Miss Annie Darby -, (
P C Allen of MelruII: Mrs 1 I Hall said _

I. Uonnta Sue Wilkes, 1\11'11. Ui- on Sunday Hall said that 33 or 40 Individuals -
vonll11.: Gilfrla.\. Mr. DorUJ i Mr mind :Mrs." E P. Shealy helped with the 1962 Chevrolet

f JANUARY WHITE SALE At.: :IoI..ore11', J.'cr'arr"n.: ''. Darbora" J Mrs<*nniCrnwfuirl. 1' of Atlanta guests G.*.. were of Mr.TuiMinyrovrinlKht and mailing around and !that$400 the to pay grouprailed for; $$1 9S FordorAl. $$1 39 j'S91958

| I :\Il'II. tl. C. ICltch.
Kllxiiboth:/ ; C. Stafford, David 'i I 1 postage and other expenses.! _
:Mr. and :\11. Bob HnrU. of
t Irlfrla and R.iymnnd L.. WllkcrHon. The boY number to which'
j I Hurry Last 3 To Save Cloliithoro, N. C. and Mr and I I,
Days all of StarkoCul. ballots are to be returned, La Ford
:Mm\ Stanford Hitch of Gaine -
und Mr. Gregory K halls box he said. $ $$483
; I /in This Great Annual Event! Higgins and, children of Port vllle wore Saturday evening'; Hall staid the group hopes ;) ) Tudor

dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. \ UAH
t Ord. Cullf.
short thus
.l spent a that results' of thj: ballot will
JTr J W. HItch.
with Mr. IdKK'nH'' brother I show that opponcts of the!

.. and, family Air. and Mrs. I Mrs. I1. D Fancher was protect are /In the majority 60 Ford
(the weekend of MM.
Bryan Erwin prior to their guest ratio than a minority in the $695 Falcon59Fardor
Fred Miller :. -C !
leaving for Peru.. > In Perry county : ::
Mr and Mr. H, M Strirklan'l ditionStd. .
Mr. and Mr* }I"onhrvel: Hall said that the Bradford
+ or UulneHVllle und! Karl Jvf-1 and, daughters: of Key'' County[ Deployment Author-

rs + ford of high 1 Mprlng. "were.. 1I1""I'I'ne.rll" Wednesday, to' ity had been! invited to participate 1961 Falcon

\ Rund.iy visitors/. of :Mr. and Frliiiiy, greats of Mr. sad Mrs. In the billot-taking $$795 $$608
Fordor ICidio
.F.V. .
:\Ir.... Cenixo: UuKtrln SlrlckldnilShu and to assist in counting/ the

r Among; those. attendinn C l.Hnl l. Iff and Mr. r D. R...I- votes, but had declined the and Healer

es I >tlcr'. New Year'n (party In'' dish and Mr. and, :Mra. Dolph(> offer

.. 1 Keystone Height were Mr. Reddish| and chil.lnl'PIal/ 1960 Chevrolet

a 'and lies.. Victor Lamb and : the weekend at Cedar I
I d.tiiKhter, Dawn, and, Fred !Mr sal. )((1'., I Uru..e Maths-
lliinvnlnjr. of Oalneiivtlle. ewe and f.. illy of Oulnmvlll Valdosta Meeting ,\
Among; those returning to w",te vlmtlng Mr. and Mr*. |1 Rrtrular
meeting at the!!
college are St"va' KdwanH: iljrl Mathvw 61
TiwiMtuy Ford Falcon
Klivsctom hall! of Jahovah'sWitnesses .
and iMiitf Soymoiii" to Fate; i I' :Mr\ and Mrs. John Manning on Wa.ihLnntoii I $$995 New. Tirptt -<:; The Store Mike Reddish to Murray State pent the holiday with their
Throughout | Street' will be cancelled this I 'onditlon1 t Owner
S ENTIRE STOCK! College. Ky.; John Arthur and ",olllprs. :Mrv J II lilgtvinimd week as 1U members will be

Barbara Reddish to St. Johns :Mr. J c Manning In attending a three-day clrcuU

WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S River Junior College(' and Kllxahcthton.: Tenn. convention in Valdosta, Ga 1960 Valiant
Halli Seymour to IT: of F. $
s :MM M W Lance has re-' according to Harvey L IIUI $795 Fordor-,\u t.n. $695
a Among? those attending the
tiirnnl from a hollilay vlaU presiding minister of the Radio. A Heater
Winter Apparel R game SuturJay with :Ntrs. B. :N.' Quinn and Starke Conservation.
I w..refr: : and Mrs. Guy Andrew fanlily in Invcrnesa.Mr Some IS )local Witness! will)
.r c7 *. Jo* Hard, K. v. nnd1Mr '' be of than 1.000conventional 60 Ford FordorAuto.
Men'n' & Hoy'sJACKETS I P. n. Reddish I I. Ira St part more $
Walton Grady; Janet $895
Vlnrrnt'ii. assembled from IIfill. One
hospital\ thin week j
(Hardy J"ft'arr.n, Vicki :
!North\ Florida and South
DRASTICALLY REDUCED! Struth and Phil) Folder fi>r i7b rVtttlon and treatment.Mrs. Oeoriti the weekend. of Owner- -(Van1960TBird 1795

Mr. and Mr*. A. F Han- :\ Gertrude Kituffnnann vt January 8-10 at the J F.

Vinyl Knt'de rock are new patients In the Stark Mr*. 1.0111.) Stephen |
Mathl Municipal Auditoriumin
:, Water ItepellantHilection Starke, :Nursing' Homo of Ratfonl. sad Gilbert Bus VuldosU. $$1695 $1595
50 : Full
i I Power

y r << ?<<< l I.nrJo"C Jowen:Mr. and formerly Sirs. of Randy Panama\\". 'I of iMctor's Melrose Hospital arc patlrnt In ,, 450!The conventions convention sponsored l Is one of 3.-by Con. .16.000) &Mi.Air

20% TO City hive rented the Thomas I I Silt and Mra. Joseph A Guy I the Watchtower Bfrle and

hiius" at 12.1 W. Washington of Fort Bennlng./: *. and :Mr I Tract Society! to be hold 1958 Ford
Off of f I I
Regular Prices! Street. Mr. Qowen Is employed ,, and. )In!. Gerald Gay. and song- throughout the world, this $595 Tudor V-ft $388

40% I with Container Corporation. nf Miami were holiday guest.of ts year .

Dresses Coals Mr and Mrs CJ. A City.Mlm The Stark* Congreiatlin AutoIt&ll. ,

F :Mr.\ and :Mrs. W C Townsend ", Betty Lee W.ugh of will\ return hemp to resume

Sweaters SUm Jims OFF s Jr., :Mr.\ and Mrs. C I. I Bitrtow was weekend. orultat of local activities following the Come See These Big

Townsend" tarry fH>.,hn,. Mr. : 11p. Mary Ann Uing Th convention and they cordially BargainsYou

Sportswear etc. and l Mm.. \\'. I*. Heath and girls are roommates. st FI..rI Invite the public to attend all -- Can Sec The !

/h Mr and Mr*. Hay W liUrk- I Ida-Southrrn; College In Ldk- meetings' of Jehor h' Wit. Savings

LARGE SELECTION! + mar of Jacksonvillever" Sundiy laid! n"1I.s,

K".III of :\11', and Mrs. ,


,. SWEATERS\ daughter: of Jacksonville< .
"'t' Carry A Complete Line
Thursday eveninguitors\ of WILL BE
e \'-:Nvrk." Zipper :Mr and Mm.. \\'. D. Thomas Of AKTS 1 and KKPAIK:" All *

Mr and Mr. Harry: Sellersof :Make .Machine
I aitl TjpeButton Ashevllle. N C. Mrs. Jane OPEN THURSDAY AND
Frontlilenla \11" I'faff Monarch
Pnja4t, I. :Mathi\ and laughter of West,
Orion.Wool. .
Palm Bench!' and 1 Tom Smith Brother Morse Mhite

Jt ) ..Acr'lic200o of nalnenvillever. New Singer Kenmore Admiral
Year's weekend: guests. of )(1'. Adler :NeccM" Modern Horn FRIDAY NIGHTS -

: TABLES TABLES TABLES TO and Mrs. L.. F Smith t"nlun-al =New Home Domestic

eta. Mrs. 11 T Smith "t Lyons, iTERWILLEGAR

: RACKS RACKS 40% OFF Gn. and :Mm. Cry B Chester We Will ('lean. & Oil Machine..
and of
t son! Pompano Beachwerw
a Balance Ten ion. Adjust Feed. MOTORS
.. d weekend guests of Mr $500Send
e a-
: Check' Motor & Control. 1
Of Clearance Merchandise and Mr*. X M Smith.'
a I... r Mr. and Mr*. CArl S. S well Authorized Ford Dealer For Bradford
and \sons have returned t from 1'amddr...- & DirrctionH To: MIKELL'S and

: tot Use Carp's Convenient Lay-away a holiday visit with their' pr- SeMinR' Machine ('o.. Ala: \\\ l'nlnf''ilyYt'! Union Counties

eats in Lumberton N C and ra:'. }'I:.. '
r 1\an.k.: Rapid N; C 11IIII



BRADFORD corryrr TF.tItNt.\ !111'/t -. ru>nm\ -
.JAN. 7. 1965 J\I v '
iir. 4...."n.1. most. bA in wrltlnfsell .
I I \Vomen Miss DceseVcds New Year's Dance moat utiftts blue pine i 9r
Junior .sld.nes' snd. ixinl'of r k'. address .
II y I I1t Airman Judd I IV At Country Club nf 'the ilnlniani and miiflt
fA I 1 Icar Duties Of 1 tin Hwnin. tti by the .Itttmant
: \Vashington MM. nr his. attorney. "rIt
Public DefenderPublic The Sttii kp Golf( and Count will .betutn4 vulil' souordlnic. oUw
i t\: Club The Epworfh:' M,"'h > JNChurch '' for Dponmhvr" It. 114I
\ Defender, R. AGreen Yi, >tic :i Kve d UICP member
D> t' I! A UltKEN: .J IIIHy
Jr.. spoke at the Junloiomons in Washln-ton: -ir+ I n and guests .last ThursJay I II. A. (lrx"n lift ,
GLADYS :MOOTY:\ onVhaf( was the srtl.Itor an >II'< A. flpeen .1 IrAlt.iriify
\\ Club a P1\ eliltlt\
Phone 961.0651 I IWoman.s weddingDecentboi a, for "rinilnmtnttrlcMiullm "
formal double
( '" :
II Public Defender Does" at the I 'lit I : club brute W-M gary f'nnrl 1 MII"k"" "
I January meeting held Monday 7 at 7 30 in th,, .r ..n ,n itS, .Pill
... club houseA ; I evening at which tune :M. bitrktrojnd of two her Itch 11)14)
at the net a ,
,. night ? II i .r i 'U:J 'I r: 41. I/T
Club '1 44t.FIi I La Vein D t"t'IIl''a a -J" nAliinan silver
laynforcement Intrr'aced: with
district' workshop! on 1 i us!! .
will be held in First Clns'ID iiiia and, colored, bnllonnt\ ( I I. 'r.. 1'eeal", ........ "1'nsei..
To Hear .
BHS ...
Clark:, Judd, 'and bliss fiit'v, In And *'.rl Hrndfnril f" <..
./la< ksonvlllo on Jan. 21 at 10 AmUlulKht noln' t a.l.rlit.
Debating TeamMrs I ID. Lou Huff was: oil< to '!;.tI! .M 1 horns wore" nn> Out to III $Hi* P.IIII": i>r ,irnellua, .

The Juniors held a party foi EmmMhowalter. In a don "i'',.' nuoa while, at the same, HI'ii,.iii. rsrea.ed. .
.*. B. Jonas Bradford '"l lrln rt-nmnv. by tin1 {R"*. with NtlTlt'K\ Ti 1) C'lItr>ITolt14
one of t the cottages at Sun ''I I MIii, Pnn'n/ filled All rrilltur ..r < iiatne; .. ..fl'.rll..III1"
High School English: and I and Training Center during{: Thomas W 81111.1'rl..lI.t111 i: I bil'nins, lnnuli from the U. Srhnli, .tp, ....*'l.
Speech teacher. will present the rhi, latnuiH, holidays. ( : tic was p"'" t tin bv \1.i r., Unit was relumed. The din- sir, h..hv nntlfleil, anti. r..iillr|
a debating team of students show will _. ".. !t Morrrn U"blmo\: C Ciorrnan-Ritch 011'i( nut tables around the dance nit In ale any ,'I..ln".r". < .
A diHtrlit talent ,, .
; h
at the January mooting; ot 01, hell on t.V Any students .,... INN'i''i The new Mrs. S'iO\\ ii'er, 1" : 1'1 1 1is ftelr\ where. the RUefs ,,'ernriitrtl 'limnil,, whli-li said..| .Ihi'l.l l at ti, mny'In the or
the Starke Woman's Club \ the diuiuhlcT of Mr. nu1 Mis l.ngagcnlcnt ware centered withenlnrhd fin." ..r the !*unl. Jude. In
of the elementary 01 t [ Charles Jo:. Huff of IVwcllClilo ;, Hr nl fun,"! fnunii" Klurlila. In
afternoon at 3 30 1 AnnouncedUI\ whlihsiivccl
Wednesday hats
high .,'hnol... 1 interested, ", ] Ira en- party: Iits .'.."1'1110..1.. tturk..
p.m. at the club house' i cnntuct Miss Mar 1 Mr. Hho\\ alter U tin1 n8 (;avor... \KlurliU.<< within. .I.! I lab) mln. .
The team will debute, 'hInpie )! may \tailOOM.Vlxttlr i iwp .I .ton of Mr. and MM I"'I" 'siShowultcr :Mi iiinl MiThonviis, (Torm \ 'Ilif Hrr roxlmi"tolv Inn couplos <.hr> innntltH. frnm. the. Hat nt
tunran at iI No-
met" th" fll-Kl. piilillmlluit if thin'
"This Civil Rights Law of I/iiKbotti! : of Pilin) 'hitch' nnnoiiiv between the .
I :. wore Mr" Joo all 1 I in attending tlie l.I.: 'h i liklin, M I ilfliiunniliitiiMl
In I Itoitlrable". The afllrmative s I and : Ohio 1, l ho.. "on"'.-c-meiit, of theirdeturrr hours nlno to Pn>" o'clockd.inrotl I I lid In wilMrm, mil n..1.
'iv Mfs Gila KtipoloUHOH ; Th( now Mrs. Judd H: I 111 Jeanne! to III..... lhi plic. Hide Is compwJ of IVRRFhnrtbarger > Mr He brrl Davis.OurinK < I )," Hrvln\ 'I to th" minlo of The IHIM nrrii. .iin, '.' >r thilulniKnt "
and L.lndi flnvIloiicr ; "o'h\1, l hour De. cinuiihter of Mis t'rvln: H llnlv-it rrinklln Hltrh. sin !r','nr t Ch. nrrV' from Jackson .. unit meal' .wo nI.
and the negative u am the v ''e'. ; IVrry of niaham, N r. mil of Mis. I II mil" hitch tlf f sinikiMiss '.. Vlllo.. In hv ilm rUlmiinl" h.>*nt

wl1!! be P\lvU Dtxld 1 1 and K.i\,; Inno Thomnn. n Real Cross! mouth in- V. \, \ 1 Is prwntlv, a lush I nL (".111-| Gun tanra, in! ,n RCa tl. i>i note r. till Pall Kiliirnm. .a... :inline Hi 1 II i will 1.a! w' >b.

Sunderlnnd.HoatesseH!! I .1.lrll'.lm. demonstrated .\ UM! Cllv &."'1001! of NIIKMI';. into, of I'ulin nrinU, \ lU'h > ThU l:Mil. ale. ..r rr> .nb.r" ,
n month I Iesuscdatton: to the 1. 1 < I i it riiii, ted l with tilt. trict i of I the University "r tho .iniiv" .111"" ". nf Hrml
y attended .
.shim' .
for the nfternoon r ? d "ull" 1 IMiirlill" I. In 'Ihon ItlUi Well, ,, n ,.II
.. nembcrsIt'MtPHMvt. I CVIiimibU lUwiltttlVVn .. she. ., .. .. illnili I. .
.. I : \ of TlniUli, whoif icti'iuil I r II. it aterk Hnrl'14' r'jtii' if CorI -
will be: Mr* A. K MtKinney .. .. I fuinx: ifin
: for the evening ", sill UK ton. I It C Alc.liltd (t hoi" liiichotor, of Art ., 'o"''' 41.ndu. "in ,Illli1i ? I II". I 1. I hi', I I. I"- Kill' ..t
chairman Mm II II. Adams I I't r' r ''h .I1,1lelhll i r i ,1 I ,
Ann Long <.rr \t'1. i. ( .1".1. NntmanII' Is tlu of fibre\ I It A Jml I 41 1T|
I Mrs. I. T. Jones" Mm C" A Mary jinn rlo"i'i, r I" I"ill t She It p pv-nl- I '1,1., .I I "fin: ,'h.Ulni,
I n>*orRe" Roberta Jr Mrs mid the!! lilt' Mr Judd .or F HIt Iv Iii"rnlled, In Ihr I C'ullcne.. ot
Knight. Mra. II. V Knight Is Engaged c. J. Miilrlff<< Jr, and l Mrs Rlnikc. nfl I Is slatliini-d, nt University 01 i
law "t I tlm
: Mr Kwell: LawlIOn.Ir": W KMid'ileton. :
D. M. Pater III John. Miller.Green rt Andrews Air tHuvp Hiuse !in
To .laMi ,
Mrs Harry Mooty -s 1.E1lt. I"'lull\ \ I
I Mrs. Jimmy Moore Mrs 11 ; Camp Springs\ \ Md Hit, h. n t'l'in,!) >11I..dlllll'!i TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

P M..ndon.Irll: S. B. MrM I :Mr: and Mrs EUII'nlUlo': Family I- _. -.. After Jniiiiiuy I I. Mr' uivlfrs 1 of Hrndfonl CVtiintv tlluliSchool.
Long announce the engage/ \ Judd will rrMileul' 31.17! : mtcn.tiHl the IJiilvor\
lines, Mrs C. B TerwllleK -. j meat of their d ,uhLC"r.! Mary I Holds 1 1 ReunionThe Linda Blackwell Weds Jan\A// L\\W80n\ rti..nnsvlvnnU. Ave a K.: Allt.| sit V i>f T'lorldi' I\'h..rl'. hi ir-
Mrs \V. F.. Dowllng Mrs I I
r. Ann. to Daniel) McCulIucliPatir In Madison Street Baptist Crtl1:\ \' | 301. Washington. i). C. They5ltl "iv.,1 l ills HIM' lu-lur nf HflencoIn
acne family oArch
It A. Green. Mrs Long Immediate This Week
\ Service
Ill ion of Mr and Mrs. 'bt the ("III'I.llIm1 !I' '1'div' JmirnullHin. In lixil: and Willi Special
Mrs. K W. "Mathews. Fannie Orren hada
and and
I I Dunlrl McdUloch Pater Jr. reunion on Monday The Madison Street UaptUt ) mind ik'lydlb4., 1& gilt tit lhc' with his inothri. Mi 1) A n member of Sliimn I : IV'lla Chi

of Keystone U..II/hts.. / family home Church was the setting for I room. Judd"' In Htuikc. and his slutrr. honorary Journalism fnitoin- I AIMMUNTMKNT. : ; ONLY
I I II Long graduated from night! Dr 28. Green lit US Ute wedding of MUs kind I Mrs 1JIN{ ...*1)) chow. for hr T Mil! Judy lltimn In Keystone &llv and ri Kappa Alpha IMN"
I Bradford County Hitch School, of Mrs Notion a mint 1'4'hts.' ,:' Ifo, Is now n
lu.'kw l1. daughter of tr' i daughter' wrddlag t lnl,, frnteinlty
\Win and is a junior at Floilda 301 The North.occasion was a visit of and Mrs Donnle E. Blackwel" ChanllllV jllJ'lI tier Irlduscentmitchl'itl "m-iilnr, In the (lloun> of Ijiw FRONT END WHEEL

I Southern College In Lakeland C M. Schneider. I and James Ronald Lawson i' taffeta qIAM( W1Wt. MethodistVSCS nt the Unlyci-Rlty i>f Florldn
and Mrs
Mr Pater graduated from Mr Dlnnr. and son of Mr and Mrs Ewe lace hat 1\/1t\/ ievcrsr'riea. and whet,, he Is Intl'mh'r of BALANCING
County HUth! Schoo: and daughter i Holds Reception I'h11'11\ a 1 frntrr
A Bradford and Chrl of I'aaadrna Lawson allot Starke Rev ; ccnllCJIIIj: \ \ hi' 1\ rthlt orchid Is-lta Tlioln'
i and u a junior at !the OeorsiaInatlt.ute sons Gary Felder Rowan performed U>e : corttyw, nlty Mr 1111'1III/ a lieutenant.
in Texas, and Mrs Robert The M..lho..t'M... entertitlnml John 1It'l&n Jncllldln 11't'ighlrV'ialultiner : :
of TDc.-l1nolJotry I'I ceremony on December 11 at tlrsBroom.. 1.\1'\11\I\\ \ \. ,faultier) ot the in the Army Iteiorvp
Atlanta OaWedding Stevens of Santa Marti decorated a P m.For I ""'1.lIJ'f'd. ( \ Ina. dusty at an "every" niomhrr", No wrdilinu cl.tto him. born, "
Pile home WM
plan! will be announced The Green the candlelight service.the rwe Il\Iv over satin dies''a rexeptlim TucHd.iy" morning lut'

at a Inter date buffet In the dinner holiday, table motif andthe was church was de l -orate with m..Vr1f\ >1\, \ hat 4ldpomrtimented with' niecliil[. / and honor. II tho now"Mi I ImenVWrit $95$ $$1.50
ml1m1' \
with red and white! with! baskets of bronze ac ennurith ( 11'hrelr
covered a '
New Year's PartyAt cloth and oak leaves In autumn whir. 1& kA/tr\/ pl'dd: 1 corsage.A
KOCH Christmas of ahades The Apple exchanged! recvptyOA "'M h >ld In thobulldln << /s I ieal. Jwl.e',. r'srt. is
II Darby I'lomc Among the 80 member vowa bctoie a white prays church MJ 4Uon ,*. The reception wits halt" liii ....1 I I'nr. llrMiiriiril 4 i..,"It
attending those Sales Will Remain
the family
I I irlilil Department
out-of-town' were Mrs I bench having a bitrkuround where! bV "(1-fI lit II seers! Ild Fellowship Hull fallowing the I In, rr..r: "h"V,,, llr
Jane Adams Richard Waft from four of u brass branched cande- I white sad RAId 1"1o'I.tbrallChI | regular| bimlnnnH, and. |>ri"niiinimeatlnir M. ill. i Y. .1, rn.ntiI Open Thursday and Friday NightsFor
and sons
CASH wrlcht: and Phyllis I>artiyd Hilly Dealing The which wan held, in --I i n'I'II: 'n I i"i I '111:1"1'10":l l I "
1 lubra magnolia leaves, grancry I t'Snd I\b11t Went ,
of Jacksonville and Mr and VII I II ll, 1 l..r| f l'h"| I.,1 I II Your Convenience.
d a delightful" N<-w Year'sEve biawi "r..d:11>: the< snmtiinry. Mrs. HUh..tPMwn I .. Shopping
Sanford. I and four tree shaped brldt"11 tV\,1, wise rll I 'I'll.I ,1111111 V n I "il "Iii x I I. I IHI
party at the home of the Mrs J V. Rowe of | candflabras toUllnu I Illyonei while orp\lisly: over fait, and and :Mrs.' Ituford Mit- ? li, r.-I.! ) ..1"I" irii. .1 l ,,..00.1, I .i 'i i",..

POT lattrl on N Cherry street i candles. The family peas wet around1'( ..tI. ', err >.>CIII. t'41011> '| jrft-tei| guests. at thediMir Pit. L. III.\!% ll< .III I ll, '"Ir,. .,I lllllllH Mils, 'li I i llItlfllliln iIfUlllKt

Christmas dixoraUons! ,were, Beta Sigma PhiThe 'marked with lout Urias aisle tops of VW\", rtl-r\ I thr .,,1 .. Mlllll ...I1, .,. I III. III' I
No PucclM. to Mol>'e. NothInj used to hliililluht. points ointcfeat candelabras and Mold brlls\ The; tour fl\fYt'\ ., b'. 1x1. c kt. i The refreshment tnhlo wan \
to M'TIt... No (Mtamp. to the rooms regular" meeting of Beta I I .
In party; with bronze mum lied wit \ toprs-d \'fyK\ mini' tun brie covered) with u hHnclrtotiio Inra
Uric .N<. hIIRatkin JuntOmm occasion Th -efresh-. Sigma. Phi sorority will bhill \ 1 TERMITESDESTROYING .I
for the bows of chartreuse satin and troivA\, Wnlrrd the tail cloth, innteivd with a yellow ARE
In Kwh: Week orNearr.l mint table. in the dlnlnn room <1 nt the home. of Mrs ItenMitxley Mrs Louise Atx-11\ oraanlutrendered \ with tM \bride,' bouquet I land' 1 white arrangement. ofglilkill. Famous
Times I .... (irtVinir 1310 Rearing. fllreet.Jan l
a .117. \\la' rovori-d "with a party nuptial music as Uguests placed M t"'Jot| It. Silver i lhrysnnlhelnnms" nndmiiniM
t"lJo.Ec.h: rotTicket. cloth and centered\ Ith a lazy 11 with M rl!. Paul Can- ... ,
I assembled and a \ Mint t and! nutThe t Mrs H. n. Ih'nm"rk.vll'pra'"II'nt ,.
susan, holding! party snnck. ova as cohostess.Altar [I comp alrd Miss Marian puVn 1 tMl.. WM coverwitn of the societypr YOUR HOME? 'Inc.

Mrs Charles Darby assisted( : Oieen. noloUt"' who ''''Otic",I M! V V1'1"' <" tw"k .."ild.'.l at -th. n1lv..r tciffscami "I Brand d

l..alt'nk.M dinner In serving the approximate!)' Society !Hand. On. Heart" and Oer- I cloth, cj/ryrrt/ ( with, a crystal tea ....rvl.... tth'", I'KKK: ; 11.r"'t""' r'I.. Jo'l\Ifih.n\ Leader

Unclaimed 4J teen-agrer attending. aid Wlllliuns soloist who sang punch V''w\" hwirtj whir points of lnter.Ht In the hall,
St. Kdward: Altar. Society Iv: I rl"IUrNPeJCCIftDtot( ()
"I Love You Truly was aTtin "rll'\1tt\ Af ivy and f.'rn. were graceful' arrnnifenicnts
Little Women will m ft Thurwliy.. ."''n. I \ table' wu of I FOUNDATION SALE
Cash Pot NOW Jerry Lawson of Orlando brIIJI"101/ \ (>1\\: Ivy.
To J lear 7 :3O p.m. In the |Islrlsh hill served' Ills brother as 1 b<-..t 1, covered 'fArtt'uh..ork{ ./ chill The honored gnesfe' were l te l! >l lI

$50.00 Judge wild Mrs\. .. Dunlrl. llnjjnr and man and the ash, .is wit I Mrs I'1 'tf" NoMn grreledI prenenteil. with cormnreit. .. slam|

JU.IK-P T A Yawn will dla-. Mr. Richard Illihnrds. a1hostesses. than niarkwell. brasher: of I;I guests' at yiy\ tlrtnr. and 1 stand hour arrival. r.T: !. i I':. dill !Pt)(; i 1.I"i: !> ; r yp'

Q..ty.. Urn*,. alai I
rrr.r rlj4lin e at < hiMren. at the IjttlrVVimirn 1W1] IHHk"U act. and Wall iceWU I I the heW| | 111>H1\
MOYV'll<< iiN1... '. C'lub'' meeting Mon| Recent Birth e1. < *M, bridal l part I
Have Your > Kt KilledAT Ill..rk .ci: e t rtiiv t-vi-ning it. 7 3O\ lit, lot k in Mrs. Marilyn !Mrs U / +W
Mr tint.I Mrs T r Stalling lnl *"'''''*'.
Ih, tub hniiHi'.. Km: h member served her slstpr-ln-law a r T I.VV"1* UJt\ To Be Given Away
KOCH'Snor. ,la l.k'i ,.1 lit bring/ II KIU.. ..t! I F: Kl.irke. nnnourv. K theImih I matron of honor attired. In a .ke. arM Mr Travis Worst
Hot.-.. 1 Mi. fur ." uf i mm .Irrfr.v, ( Th mp.u |, floor length" brocade fiwiii i l.n* the >ffrtn'Mcik! ; .I'ourinItultrh \
: i Hr.i.uv/ : .M.
.,n lie.l :2t in Al.../ hua h ck roiind MlAAs Janet JnyI -
"w II lL's tar, i ,. 111, i having a coral I >* Wry Feb. GlliYOU
Sluutand l.ep ,Imtiiv I <.tl'. ,sal, 11..111 tAl with., dusty' rose roses. Hcrvma I tier and| NfI.MJ1RIt'mrr.. a 11,1 l lMlMlntf Saturday,

1 ss brldcwnalds' were. Mrs Ann I 1 ill> iwrvlnif wereVtls

tftirranc-p. Mrs Judy" Ira al*. ..r* (\NI"II| Cliniar Veil(' I" r

Mrs Carolyn Ollwnn.\: ,andVILin IY Slrm-r MM J o Gal. .

Alice nll"lr'IThrl, :, Mrs MrV, fo.I'\ft..r.' and 1 Mrs

; towns" had a doily row. hark R O 11\lAV t'r"
miind lth rows. edged In I rr.
ROSEg1I: ; : .coral sroiPiM-d, nrrkllnes fitted I Chariot. r\ ( the hrlil"ureen

1 bodices. and Urll-shmpM' chow ah 1"fI'I' isl4' JlaV

(floor length skirts with fnurtleta tweed thjV ItMC wool suit I it

I Sjwti tier\ as scallnfiedsnd I with anl.J 1 Nlrs'' the

met. in the renter frontThrtr orrhWl Pv4rP, htblal. b Mi-'

l r. ,, now veil were held In girt J

pUre. hll mst -hln hesdplet. I Mr. aM' ". .arePahn 0.

January 7th 8th and 9th made of brocade Thf".t.'" : rmwHtrert. rhrrl/IttA/ \tit too"

ihnri white alove and .a ster ittlJltr,

A New Delivery/ Of line silver" heart-shaiirii< I
I RecenUirth.
"pendant. rf'nterHiUh a oral \ .
The attendants carried tam
POTTED ROSES qurU frf brona remit. mum radtlr'C"lInlY'\ Hu i>itsiAI '

with dlartrl'WWh..aL snd anrwninidd ( / /'lowing/ birth 1

Due Thursday, Jan. 7th. These Roses Arc Already satin (raves Mr. sAtr/ .. .*. William Iteas-. .

Blooming, and They Arc In One Gallon Containers. UtUe florwer Miss! Kim girl Truly wearln served t a jl.Y. NtatP AHiHV" /. k t. d.allcht.r.40.Mr Lo

Roses Approximately 12" to 18" High. aa fahlnne 1 *t\if\ Vs flans JtrohlMelr
floor Irmcth gown I
like those of the bridal attrrulsnts. I .-. t r ,'f\\. Michael. llsnsfJ CAN WIN !

ItKI: Itlun I ; Hurry! In white Irldmcent Mr c.. 31.aHlarh \ \IflI. Fad Irt'f'r!

e TALISMANK. : While 59 taffeta h'artplecp with .a matching cummertMndand : the I .. .. '4 p,$. ,kred 1)ernn) .,.. fha "DorfoieiiillieUiuclou"giant..plush) () (\ \\. \9/

McOee Jrn ()vC 31.
brtdemnald. dresses She carried I:::'
IIU.\"iU\( : mae petals In her basket Mr. and< !)oojrw Winfrwl Tom

They Randy WlllUms was rln unison l//l\' *. ./.n. Wrn.iell

S T. MAItSIIALL fink( ) I I Austin. 'Ij/V il. fR
LastS bearer Mr. sn<' *ft** K/i >,rt limns (
I.OUKI.I.: THOMAS ( WIL.w.. ) Gwen in msrrlsie by her sjtarh. A \\jAnlM. Loll\ Ann :

ni.AM'UK; J1.l.LEItJN: : (While) ONLY Each father,! the gown brto of wore peau de amiHcnUtrent 'IMC! 31. (j

!Ie and Imported ChsntUIy Mr a.A.Mis< Randall Wll) Hush! tP'Q.iIP P e$ !
I l
lace worn prXsed over Uy.ri kerwm. tA"I'< jr a s fl > nMr

rt starched net and bridal ale L.orl, 1M. Y. ton CUDDLY YOU'LL LOVE ITS! ;

Bed Mix 5 Lbs. S8e -- 10 Lbs. 98c taffeta Her molded bndlce am< f-\K\' Wllhiir tlsrry its, !to Win, .- jutl ...|,,1.r Na Purchsi* N."" r/. fr.'..

bund was erwhanred with an applique by a cumtner-of .Jare R tn"vlH/v' *, rwnr. the Mrth Till. In coupon below and dtpotit.' it 'ur ttoit. Fccl Free Fccl Young -

of a arm 'l".M" Olon on fl.r ----- - -- - -- -- ----- -

Hardigreen 5 Lbs. S8c 10 Lbs. 98C with a satbrtna pearls neckline and aeowlna edited Ith pdeep ,,3G In tlU\ M.-.',:II u. (;'neo.1I l GIANT lIush I'cipplCG'fRlt; IHTA"BLA"I/ ( Feel Comfortable Control -

scsllous The torut slvves fffOlpftal {(J"'Jil/1pa'"b' are

tapered to calls lib IxiInUorrr I Mr arvlStark Jrl(4'" J C H/',bha ,.fMr hjmt __ _____ ---.-.__._ IlEslNEl1: ; : ) "FOIl TIIOSK: WHO 11'ttr'rCF'rI.F

her wrUU Her!! bell "f/1. / ant Mt.kyd Mesa, ___ --- -.--, .-, --- .. .. .-- -- ; : : CO '''OHTAIU.Jo: {'O-lTltOl.
.t itPoM.t.If
ahaP"t' skin was fVnr length! n..rv

Attachf'tto\ a bmr at her city _- .___ Sbta! -- Whiteit and, Gol"r"
BONE MEAL waUtlin In back warn .a circular ',-k HtrtlxT
F rhapel train with appliques C<< III NrANKEIkrfnodv : hhO", -.- \ eruje: length I

of !we She wore a IV'W tW'Wey. Jan - ----------- Pantie Girdle Reg. $7.95 Now $4.00
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lovely crown: < of l lace wired in 10: Iorw, 0 This [,., In
p 5 69c pearls with crystal: dropa. r- fen'efnb.key OJt "II'I 'I" Cbr long I I.1CPanty

'Ui-d to a bouffant tell ofstverost 11'241iVnw,,, J.hdnn (Reg. $4.99 Now $2.99Bra
illusion She carried t_r I4e IIt'AH' I Ka to t 1.1Wftilly t

a lace covered' white" Bible arift "t1 doh' of regular $5.00 Now $2.50
YWA. centered lterrlu. t u Reg.
from th VMII'
XCI Thortr 91) '.:J9fii: Inc
MCALCO.l with..a white! on'hid and a m Tr"tI\j"\/ t1 frvri, a la 1 Pm
: Call !SI.SUrke. Now $2.00TIltJltSDAY.
5.19; K. $3.95
shower of satin tulle: and Pray.. y4tli1r' ? JO IJ m f. .1-n! Bra -
"' Florida itepManrjtls. HeT only orna Veda..dAy

., "> sn.1 dl
tilt w'J i U rx I-


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FOUR \immn COVNTV TKtKcnApn." .....QKF. FLORIPA _ _ "'I8'D.m... 7. 1965
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as well. They need your -.'u'r. I '1C 'iS I; Tc.M'I( ;:.\nT
Supt Casey to have the bus.. In Trooper's Death' games ," Ma W>'kltu .
New Fair CD County BoardReorganizes dilvvr pick up the children of 1 support more at away games V. ,II'S heioity, "" ni,Mflecl '>mtfllllt
i 1 than at home games actually. ., for UlNOt" lltlH. I It., II
Mrs. Katie Orlffls. Recently .
I klprl .Hftutnvt.. you 11 In tli ..b..\*
this bus driver refused tochive Now this doesn't mean to stay named. tjurt und i .*nf mud v .1.
'> at home on home game, but urn r..|iilr 1 ..d t" SHIM" A
Orlffis home
Building ? :1: I up to the Green e1j1 On ? .
Jenkins .
: 13: pick up the two senior Capture It means to support the out- >(y tt<,'f the jour"-',aniiwer,"plal nl..o"ir 1 pirad1,5 t 1111--

boys. of-town games! more often. I'lulntLTfl. Atlorn.> I lion l.<'u.tSr .
The golf team suffered its ,...,.. Mlitrk, .. 1"1"ld.. ., ami ril-
((Continued From Pugo 1)) Continued From Pane[ One I I tin, orliflnul. In t the .ttl, ...r4.\ ,.
Bradford Deputy Sheriff t Green said. Parmtiiter, in the first loss in Its flr. match ...
I to grand larceny In Tallahassee ('Ink of thr c In'uit t c .urn
preliminary sketch i The suit charges that the Parking Problem Robert Green got In on tho lead IU ltly. saw the Negro | during the holidays But I'm .tr l..>fnritil* .lit. day .r Kl>r ,in .
building ot chase and capture dWe beneath the dashboard. in September' 1003, Lewis their 'v, 1'10r.")! ., orhtrwlnr th. llli-K," .
masonry firs: got out of control burnIng high speed I sure they will get on
conllh'uc-\\ made restitution tion with a root pi' up a chicken hojje. trees of the escaped Negio prisoner Taking no chances Parrat'nter State Senator Etter Unher'a j I feet soon I hope everyone enjoyed I HM i..infe.iiil. by vwu
K, inst atomic fallout by means who shot and killed a Florida rammed Jenkins car with his their vacation but now Thin notli hall b* pulillxh'ilutut ..
etc.Knight ises Again West Coast Hauling Co., and I I' .-".11 wk. d,r four .'m"-
of of earth. Instructed t patrolman early own knocking the loiltiro< off work!
u I.lyer I was Highway Circuit Court Judge John I F we must get back to .MiiutlviwikM, In tht Uradf& ,,,,i4
An architect will bo employed proceed with the county's do Sunday morning. balance no he couldn't Ret ta H. awarded him A.1 ISmonths' Here we are back at the Steve Denmark ijunty .I"/lraph.
1 thin week to draw final of. the first the The Flip trooper Murphree i l'al..1 thin Mil) Say or( Junur -
& tense in the suit trial which (Continued From Page One G'.ecn' was plans for the !HOC! building, is cwt for Jan. 27. lawmen to. catch John Henry penned Jenkins' car In the I students looked no gad through \ i iI .)
Lewis was supposed to M I.sI<'I' TO :MllriMll
after which bids will be re Road Foieman Jones "reported long on main street" Jenkins, 24. as he fled down front and Bradford Deputy the"! halts\ all day Monday AU III t : t unrl, llrmlfor.' i'I iiAiti-r-: nmuv.

,ceived. It was! alno derided at to the Commlssio1 "Give them a ticket and explaIn Interstate 10 near Macclenny Green penned h'm! In the rear. "live and remain at liberty" 'I of you know how hard it iH (......I1..1....., In C .."....TCn ,.. <'Ip'k| Fl-lflah|< \.rf. I.h.P'M. Meody'' ull I I *'"111Rv I

last week to In- site to them! its for the good 100 mph. The Boxed in. Jenkins wag diag- without violation of any law. ... Xv 1J-4S4 .
the meeting that the boat ramp a at speeds over 1 getting bath in the old routine lor.. W WvliU, Vlulnllfr,. v' Di-uuty Clerk
nJJj|. truct Tom Skinner University Santa Fe Lake has bed :>f thy", people: Oaodman SUlf- local deputy also helped sub- ged from his car. But. Giecn He was later r 'rested In Tal- ; of listening to lectures 11'm,' WyMt' -ri-nilnnt., 1 7 45 t I IV ">

< of Florida agriculture cleaned up and that pi OKI""! ge&ted, "Put one (police officer due the wildly fighting Kcgio said It took "about 10 men'to I lahnSMce for passing worth I' at the lust minute
**. engineer, to proceed with is being made on roads an ) on Court Street for two who had kllt-d Trooper' Sherman finally put ,handcuffs on less checks and admitted that'he \TEME.\T: Ot'OtiI: ITIOS
exams or
.... plans for a proposed addition bridges knocked out by Hurricane hours one morning and tell Lee Scott Jr.. 25, of the Negro. Green's part in the panned a bad check for ; homework. Of course there FIUHT!' f'EUllt.L'lSi!: % .\NI) LOX .OC-'I.\TIOS I

Jp to the livestock 'building. Doia. him to show no partiality. Waldo. I capture ended theie. lie returned $25 in February and one fur ,I was.. a bright side to Monday.We OK !<'4TRKKr
said to Bradford County a' $20 Jn April. .. HKI-:. 1'1.1 IHIIItk
One end of the proposed The commissioners tol'1 The Bradford deputy I
- all to our friends
got see .-. .. U "- inb SI. 1SW4I
Jenkins toward The State says Lewis violatnd After Clime of Bu' ln t r
- will Civil Jones ahead with widen- he traveling north on U. the FlIP took
loc: building provide to go GainesvilleSites was the
who .
took during .
second of the I trips ,. I tun.I'III:!*
a provision \M.|:)
Maxvllle early the Baker County JaiL "
;: Defends offices a cornnilnkcatlons Inj and grading a part of thi S. 301 toward did
holidays, or that we just \ First, MortKuiri, -Ltonitu. ,
.*- \ center a room foi Buddy Harris Rotd north o' OfferedFor Sunday morning when he be- The Negro was shot In the probation which stated he :, n't get around to seeing them. "n. u:-..i K"1"'.> ';;JIII!>r"'-2Ixmnn Ha\ll K. Aiiciiiiitu" ''' 14 -, 'I,

XH storage of equipment, and z n I Starke. C. S. Haddock offerer gan to hear of the trooper' head as he fought on the way must "in all respects live''I Most of the students( were I im, MH\. Inn;* Limn. In I'r,n.Other ,"> 0; I .:
1 r.,R5t I OS
decontamination center. The to move his fence: at his own brutal slaying on his radio. to JiUl. The Negro lashed out honorably, work diligently at' j wearing the new clothes San., \ 1""uln"'I.\1. nnl> c l.Stuek. KICLJJlicrn
:;: remainder of the floor space expense if the county wou 1' College As soon as' he heard! definitelythat at FHP Cpl. John Cox. who a lawful occupation I:' ta Claus wan so good to bring, (, .>..,...>) tUO.UU La.bllltl.. :. ",55 .t
had had been sitting In the back when he obtained $515 from fiiMh .iii bMntl A. In
Bradford FHP trooper
fix the rondo C. R i
_ nhel-
will be doBlgnntod as a an I 1 ,
them. But got hack J6.BJ25: ,
everyone l" nk .
ter area and will be available I offered rUlU-of-way if the Edwin( W. Peck. Gainesville been killed and that aU avail- seat next to Jenkins holding a. Tallahassee/ automobile deal I to work and to start preparIng I i [...iwti" .h 'lmpr"v.."invnln F"H..I H.'p. ....

.:.. for exhibit space during the I county would pay for moving pulp wood and timber dealer, able assistance was needed on a gun on him. The pistol fired I. er on the pretense of using : for semester exams.! the I Pfillpmnt| ,,', Pilrn Jk

::: Fair. his fence Commhsloners decider has offered, the Alochua Interstate 10. Green said. he and a bullet went through I the money to obtain and deliver moat dreaded part of whool ,...P''miurs.r.rr..d1l1rlll', III I : ; 1q

_ In other action the Asaoclotlon to go ahead and move County Bound of Public Instruction ; pitched. In to help. Jenkins' head and he died to the dealer !certain I The last Friday ot school u OJ. V \V_ V .;

-. :: both fences at county exppnne"If 125 acres of land ana Green and FlIP TrooperJim about 10 a. m. Sunday morn- 'surplus government equipment before the holiday' a few of 'rat, I "' 'I- II II : '" .

-** Decided to scrap plans fm: we g-o/ by Biadfoida site for time proposed AlI<<'h- Rose of Baldwin formerly Ing at a hospital."He the club around the school

-: additions to Building 2. until and by Haddock's down to thr ua-Biadford County Junior a Bt.a rke mechanic, first I Jenkins 1 never quit' The State contend! that Le- \1 met. These welts the Interact ,I,

ZU a liter date. lane we'll get the worst part," i collJ1: 1. I set up a road block 01'110 I fighting while I was there: wlH had no intention of producing Club. Lettermen'a club and ,

,- Voted to double the size olHZ Jones said The offer was made at a I Just west of Bildwln: They Deputy Green said. "Man. hf the equipment In question Student Government And the I MOTORS

the livestock building to 48 The commissioner accepted I meeting of the Alachua County i knew they were looking for a I really fought for hIs life" \ BUS Chorus; put on a Christ- "

.** 'ty 98 feet and to make all without comment the annua1 : Schol Boaid Tuesday night 1957 Chevrolet Impala because I Jenkins( had escaped frotr Ijcwlx la currently wanted for the ntutlentn
. mas
.ZI improvements possible withIn reports by county Jude; : after the board had adoptedthe registration(! papers Identifying the Putnam County Jail las by the Grady County Sh-rlff'a ] program

- hand for thai Tlieion Yawn and Biadforf" report of a joint committee I the car had been found at June 12. The prisoner had offlte, In Cairo, Grt.! on more This was a very good pro-
the $16,000 on ,
-- Sheriff P. D. Reddish. I recommending, estab'llshment :l the scene of the sluln trooper's been a trusty cook and walk- bad check ih.irges. I (Tram due to the fine direction Service Special This Week
,_ purpose of the school! music teacher
- Tentatively approved hold- Pievatt told the commissioners fit tho twoyear"community" I death. ed awav from his Job. accord The Levy County Sheriff's' i

= Ing a Homo Frolic during: the he met recently with college. Thc!! Letting their cars Idle imt to! Lt. George Winch or'' office la holding three bad : Coach teaching Dam lI.the He students!does a who nne I IJV APPOINTMENT: ONLY

-.. next Fair, scheduled for April members of District Road Engineer -, land offered by Pock is located I! Gicen and Rose began to the Putnam County sheriff'soffice. checks. totaling $1.185 endorsed -I Job and the performing I
Jlmmle Brewci's stat on the Qalnesvllli- check the llcenso! of everyone ; He had been serving a automobile' take< chorus
I Cairo
S3- 21-25 Announced that a refund of( and the State Road Depart I Waldo highway about 3'i' i coming from toward Mac len' two-year! sentence for auto dueler-by Two a of the bad checks, chorus The Christmns JIltS Chorus MOTORTUNEUP 6 CyI. $ 4.5P
also put on a pro- I
l would t ment agreed to modify the miles north of the Gainesville ny where the! Ne (i'> kiJWs thfft and the other for I I
::: $7.000 worth of one for $80O for the PTA If you ,
Bethel Church Road plans! ta: city !limits. I stolen car had lost been seen Jenkins had stolen the car the i gram
bo made during a public meet- $430:; were written child In the high school
eliminate "T" which would Pock said he offeringthe word over their a 1957 Chevrolet Impala. from have a I
a was They had. -
: to be held lateo.A I Lewis State Bank of Tallahnace. ( the PTA
. ing 'I should attend
I to land I Jenkins, was the Gator Bawl! Saturday you
cause the County to have flee for this pwposa radio( that I 8 CyL $$6.59
- move Robert Shannon's house\ because of his concern over I traveling toward Jacksonville ,, nlwht.' Trooper! Scott stopped I meetings to And out what'sgoing

Shaw told the commissioners lack of traIning facilities for He had been sighted by an him for speeding' as tie traveled The revocation of probation I on at the school

:: Burns KillLawtey it will take about three youth in the area. "It i is my FJIP sergeant patiolmg the went Sunday morning. The hearing Is set for Feb. 1. During the hol.;
weeks to get appraisals on understanding that the pro- four-lane road. tropper was qula/.inif: Jenkins everyone was reKl1n the

:iz Man piopeity needed for rUht-of- posed college/ would offer general "About that time" Green II about the registration paper tlS basketball team was U-j Exclusive Sun 900 Scope

.- way on the .goadTreatment. education, technical instruction saId, "We heard the most in the car when, the Negro NOTICE OF AVM'AL, tlcintf They aJno played !

= [Continued From Pose One]1 I and opportunity for I awful noise coming toward us shot him twice in the chest Mbr.TIMl: : town team and were beaten Motor Tester.

-- I adults who need to update occupations from Jacksonville. It was seven Jenkins reportedly said he of First Federal Savings and In overtime by ONE point!
:::: It Is believed that one ol of bturKe. I would like to see. all the
Plant or retrain for new or eight patrolmen. both shot Scott because( '\ be didn't Loan AHitocUUini" I

the men was "blowing off"f ones" Peck snld Duval county and nIP ears I want to go to Jail. SUrke. 'lorld*. hUlcI mevtlm |I students out to these Rimes Our Sales Department Will! Remain

_ome of the returned emptj will be held at the oftlr* o( a i well as the !parents, and
Ills offer was the thud tractto coming\ wide open to help us '
: tanks *hpn the first explosion "- Work To Begin I be proposed for the future As soon as they got to the Former Starke the a sorla on. 218 North ,, interested portion.. If you sup' Open Thursday and Friday Nights

: occmred "Blowlnir off college road block; they began to stop ; Temple Ave. at :t p. m. Dn port your team they have a For Your Shopping Convenience.

means releasing small amount The second otter was. made to help Green and Ro e. Wed. Jn. :20.& 1945. lot better chance of winning.

: of go left In the tanks. Fit e- I Continued From Page One' bv Carlos Pioctor. Alaohua I "It took; some of them a Man Faces I -Ituby John! >[-retarsf! 1M) support them not only in

men said that heat from the 1,7 21 1'14 but in away -V.-r
County rancher who announced -I half mile to get stopped, they home games \'

: initial blast apparently released wards requested that one resident his L Hllrwness to 100 fa t." Green Parole Hearing ._ "=
give *eie going so >> _, E=' "-=-.---- n r---=- ... ;::- =
; the safety valves on who la taking, city natural -- -- -- ----'--- -- -
acres of land southwest o! snld The patrolmen stooped I F=';;:-- .-.t' f '"T

several neaiby full tanks expanding gas but not electricity Gainesville for Junior college and began to net out of thel CMI, Lewis of Tallahassee, '

: the tire. bn put on regular $J mini purposes tars."Brfore. : formerly of Stark, la In the DIRECTORY

: Sauls received third degrei mum billing for his water The 1UO( acre tract offered : they had been ther I Levy Cooioty Jail awaiting a AREA BUSINESS

: burns over 90 per cent of hIs The meeting to review the by Bradford In located.( on U. two minutes' Jenkins ws r invocation of parole ha rtng;.* V V

: body and woped blindlY policy was lUwrcHtrd/ by Councilman S. 301( cliiaUly IIC-IOH" the spotted' coming toward Uie I...wls was 'to answer --=-== ,
: = ""
through the flames around Berber Goodman wIre highway ("room the Santa Jo'" load block," Green! An 1,.. "But parole violation chargesIn =:=::-t---c: : -_- -:.... ." -- = -

; the bui-nlnir tanks saying. 'Ican't said the policy should br Fire Towvr It Is pint of land he saw us too and tuincd a* Levy County Circuit Court Ff.OOIt.4Barkley 1Itt
I'm blind. made clear as to what case'it HEKVirK: AUTO SALVAGE
tensed by Pouter Shi Smith to round and headed blwlthe\: last Sept 28 but failed, toshow UITO SAI.KS &
A passerby who came to the does and does not cover At
Rsyonlci Corporation, but time othef' way Howard Mac-den- .. lie was reportedlyIn !
: rescue of the two men told present, it does( nut cover per lip Paul's Auto SalvageWe
Sinclair Eaton
to take I getting The
"coipointlon agreed 1'1 tiyl"I Green was Just Tallahassee reetiperntlnf Motors Inc.
to follow the sound of who take and wateiTurned .
Sauls sons
: out of the lease if Mr. Smith In his patrol car ta move Itoft rrom nn operation p..i.former Buy Wrecked Cars At Co.
his voice. Sauls waa helped over to their engineers ,t
would Juice, additional at're- the road and allow one of In Jacksonville, and was salt TRIUMPH TOP. .I'RICES
wherehe five bids and -
: to the edge of the road. on pipe I
age In the lease to make up the Fa? troopt'is to take his ,
to be unuble to return tot 0 FIAT FLOOR SPECIALISTS
collapsed before the arrival joints to lay the 1.800 foot All AUke A Models Used WHEN IT'S TIME TO MOVH
the diffeience. place va>en Jenkins wa spotted trial IIILLMV4' A Sl'>BIw\-M: Parts
cxf an ambulance.The six-Inch extension to th
: Call
The site offered by Proctor Vynal Asbestos llle
He returned Tucmlatta : nlo\\* Willline
other man. Arthur RayS water line on Bossent Road. wan We Specialize In TtlelTpe(
la west of Interstate 73, and "We all Jumped in our car from Jackson Floors ofReault G.4NESVILI.EMayflower
: Levy County For
Owen of OalnetrvUle received SALES tx SERVICE
out of ( ] Any Part For Too.
between the and oft like bats
Newberry and took Inc.
second and third degree burns villa, where ho wits picked up Factory' Trained Mechanic. and DnraMUtf ,
First BerryAuction Archer roads. It U roughly _." Describing the five mile Gainesville 374-4315:
the Duval Sheriff'separtment Call rollinH 37H-RJJ4\
0 over 45 per cent of his body by County 1110 CLEAN t'SED CARS Special 10 9c per 9''X9' Tile '
one mile southwest of theVItUF phase, Oresn said the 10 patrol releas 441 N. Past Stock Yard V
) he was
. and is still In a critical condition 1-10 tie 1201 N. MAIN Asphalt TUe Starts at a 2c: per' '
. Set radio tow en. curs were strung out ell fiom MemlrlaJlOII'\ "I'AIXT: : & GLASSLiddell;
in the medical center. Uiptlst OalnesvUl :J7Z-4371
A group of Waldo citizens, "three abreast' on the two of his Ill- Air Conditioning! lIt'atinRUSS'S ? T1le
: Sauls is a former empjoyce! pital. The extent
I Continued Prom Page One] alHO trying to obtain a site In lane. Gravn was ones of the "16 N. :Main G.UnesTtUe
. \ Is unknown.
of Vaincs Oas Service in nans Paint &
their vicinity for the collego.rpl' loading car "Maj, my S JKK11: SHEET 378-8331
Starke. and had been employed the heaviest day so far with Following a plea: ofIlIty
,\ yesterday that they old Ford (11\ 10(13( model! ran Family" of 4 Wheel Drive Glass Co.
. part time by Pyrofax in 1.000 flats sold and Wednesday METAL INC.
right with them all" ,
I' had nothing yet to offer. They
: Gainesville for about two s offeilim! won around 200
months. He wait a mrular employee flats. Friday is expected to hupa to obtain an option onion SeeIng the putiol: cars gain I FARMLOANS IL\\IIIUJt: ; ';AUDKN: SUPPLIES KV.\NIZE PAINTS

day. ( acres north of Waldo for ing on him as he appioaohed America's Finest Fconomy On \I.. tIIC!
of the Gainesville Fire be a fairly heavy
thin purpose, but negotiationshave the Macclonny cut-oft. ,Jrn- Balm and Service (jJ.a.lInon: Slldlnt Doors
Department So far only one buyer Morris -
kin slowed and turned toward I. Mr rumllHotilnrsh. 'ohnson & Faria Inc.
not been completed. .
V Saula is survived by hli Carter bas been operating! Tub F.n..I..res Sbowef

wife. Paulette ariffls! Sauls on the market. Tho prico ha Sen. Charley K.: Johns and the town With Grern;' lidgway Motor Co. el M.>UI Coniplrte Line of Doer< Window* Awnlac .
Duval Patrolman J. 4 Pnrmenter -
: J. Jr. have
Hep. A. Thomas!
his around flat for
of Route 1, Lawtey: ranged $3 per .
'arprt \\jllpapfr Mor
both stated vigorous opposition (who !got credit for TimberS 1132 8 MaInO4InavItl. I 'I rnMrLtrsl'rRl: -
mother. Mrs. Reba Hauls of good quality beiriesPlants 2320: N K: 18lh TerraceIVESMIXK rom (onsullallaiv.
in Jacksonville! 11l-31
the cacture
to silo that would Dairy Farm I I11L&JcMIn'.ertkiIeaPpI !
loaded nny
brothers Leon reported
Starke three are ):
; I U \ !
south olOulneiwlllo. pnporsl and a FHP trooper S Knnchea 16 N W Sixteenth St
Saul, Lake CIty: Malcolm with bloom and small fiult place the college ; : I .rim II"M'! Bin. 37fl-tTIM I Inn' ( DnpplimVr '
Ruth Bradford I right behind him. Jenkins'car I nIlJ'IN\1T.JJI' :177HUIPLATING
Part-time ft
Sauli, Starke; and James bounced over the divider I B & G Motors Co. r Rent FtrUll/er Spreaders
Sauls, with the U. S Army InGermany legislators feel that there General; 'arunsT.aMig \uUim-itir Tran misnion
: "In"
: and one sister. Mrs, Casey uouUl 1 be no advantage to I between the entrance and exit I I'i 2lf !F 7 W 8th A el'IItNl' :

Louise Oriffls. Starke. Bradford( County if the college to the big freeway. and the terms no penalty. CADILLAC-4fllSMOBlLF.!' : : I 31-0i

Funeral services will be held AsSupt.V Is located, south of Gainesville. lawmen were on him. on prepaymentFEDERAl City Automatic Olnellle\ FIs
Jenkins had two pistols, the BALES it SERVICEFine i -
2I> miles
at :2 pm. Saturday in Jones a distance over Ocala Chrome
Memorial Chapel. Intsrmenl (Continued From Page One1trans1Ol.tatlOI1 from Starke Students from dead trooper's and his own on ; LAND SelecWon! of Used' Cum! Tr.insmiasion Inc. I ..\niisVEU: :

will follow In the Old Providence here already have across to 1 the floor of his stolen car. HANK ASSOCIATION Taken On Cadillac Tract.. I Plating, Inc.

::; Cemetery.!! for Instance. Junior college In Luke City of GAINESVILLE tOOl N. W. Mth Kt. 411 Repair A r..h&n.. I

and examine It. and Palatka, which are not I on the topic "The Search for Copper Nickel Chromium
"' cltlroni committee 13111 S.W. UthSt. FIIONE 376753JncolmiMereurp'vmet Ataku,: and Models Cherry'saUemVdll's I
1 believe
a "
Cadmium MrUtl
much farther than one south The Great Society The program II Finishing
would make sure I In IJf'A frak TRt'CKS A CARS
help I
: CUstom Buffing
Andrews To of Gainesville would be. was in charge of Dr L. I
the public knows. Hole's a H Jennings. 408 S. Ohio Ave. ( : udometer Prc-Te.udWUIEK Moat Fasi-.orssoi. r A'TllI' :
question I don't think any of I t;>En CAKSAuthorised Address! I'>r tAdesItitIMIc..rir : I XII.>'EU.: rR\94.: fOPTFK
Push College us could answer! -maybe the Rotary Host Sales & Service CI'AR \VTEEIBL'I >- -.( n\TI! Industrial lU.-d Chrome

people of Bradfoid County To 45 College : >GET l'L\.S" :Ut.H'U" \\1: \R I' UU 'Y Jn- *"P.. OcaU
; r tContlnued From Page One] want brand new schools, II I AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE CraneLincolnMercury M0 8. MaJn ISail I 421.4311

maybe they'd want to give up Students Dec. 30 GalasevUl. la.5U. "('('1.1!()R I F. ,
stay," Casey snld. "I hopi this federal money rathe: I 981.2600 I 04 W Unl< 1-s.ty.'. Oulnes-sliltI! :

: this can be an outstanding! than Integrate. You may have Forty-five local college students DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeD PF.WitiTEKS*

.. school for our young people' some idea what you want but were guests of th2 I u4 E. fnlTrrUIr' At*. mlfl'YCIIOOL: I MI'SIC SUPPLIESr :

As his last official: act, out- docs it como out where th* Starke Rotary Club at a : Wltt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director Oainerrtllt\ 373-4391: (lancock TYD writer

(rolntr! School Board member I people know?" Casey asked luncheon mretlm In the Oui- Starke. } 1a. EntUih Ford-VOTO1'Si.n ( -- I Leant Complete B..aty I -- -

: W. E. Lawson made a motion -I "I'artln and Morgan ked :Ion mill\ on Dec 30 in ob- CARS Culture GirlsWomen I I"a:" .5 i'sg EXCll.GESmth.CorotlAAuthorWd:

that hh son Jimmy Lawson for surl. n committee In 19S4:\ iervnnee of Student Recognition It RENTAL SERVICES 516 South Main Tuition Badieted l i .\ SO"

: be paid $40 pr mon'h but the board dldnt! want Day. The program was in Hospital Beds Wheel Chain, Crutches Oainnnlllo S12-3UI FREE PLACC.MFNT I, Vuilti'u..Sp.' ...,-->h,.., :Mi...l lBl < : Dealer

for driving the college students Trawtrk Special Btuah-Cp Courses DC.rr TkR3lLillian's ,
ane. Casey: continued charge of Jark j ., (b"lrtT.taJiaAddln1l
. to Palatka. Hall suggested I such raised for its DODGE PART_
.I dont think It* a The club $150 Central HairstylingCollege Music Store Machine. l .

: that the Board pay him bad Idea, 1C Board members. youth activity and scholarship :1 DODGE TI'CKSSalre.Part.Seryk. SALES -SEKVICTREXTAL3

$25. and that students be assessed serve on the committee" Hal fund at a Scotch autclon on I: T. J I. MERSEREAU PLUMBING .
I suggested. Wednesday before Christmas USED CARS TOO I I "O*lr>' vi.Since,:]. Leader'! II i ,\ F. TIMF-diwnM, TMT re..utmnent .

an additional $1 to cover Members of the School' Knch" member brought a ..lft- 218 s. El 1st Calncsvi:., I I J 1933 with us tint.

: the $40 salary He said I Board derided to study the wrapped package' \ !! Uu me*t- BEGINNING OCTOUER 1 12! Poole-Gable Motors 3TttItIovrnETn 11 ? <. E. llr.| Si. GainesvilleSreit's 431 N Main St Oaln Ytl1.J"n ].

Lawson had been driving the motion for a month and acton 'nlC. which was! auctioned oft ''19 S. E Ift Ave (OtinearUl nc.&U1T1RES
\1'I"r t'1t"4rflot.' .,. :'
. bus to and from Palatka for it at tho next regular 'sight unseen"' WILL UE ON CALL PHONE J7J-4J43 V
I'JUWl.'CTS) -
: some time without any pay. meeting. Three new members werewelcomed mucK & OPEL

Students are charged $5 a Hottllday mad \ motion into the club at 24-HOURS A DAY Bicycle Shop'
: that the nuctlng date be thU: meeting: Charles BU- INSIST THAT ALL YOUR

: month to ride the bus to the I I changed: from the first Monday : lock manager of Food Fair. Tropical Pontiac, I tONCRITTEAFIE rnOIlt.'CTt) (.htll.Jn A \'" ,& S<>Men Town Tire Co.

: Junior College at present of each month to the* first Oforge Pierce attorney; and IAY-CALL 961-)291;) Inc. u......Cl-B'l.\-Zan.b" I

: Casey said that Lawson I I Tuesday at 10 a. m. The motion Ernest Moon manager. of the I THE BEHT FROM .
NITE-C.\t.I. 961.SS91 \otor"!: (" .--& eII & Service "-. F. COOORlr"T1rre
. should report troublemakers was seconded: by Hall local l branch of Florida Pest TRUCK OMC CFNTERPONTIAC

: to him and that under the and passed This I Is the same Control I II Edwards Building !8CHMTINV' BICTVTCIXS j -T.--fta et.--fr

: law governing school bus date that the Dradford County At the meeting here Wed Locksmith &: Safe Work Bees p1n. Car*-Trwks

he did not have Commissioners meet each nesday.. RI'Y.V A. Hogan 1. I. MERSEREAU PLUMBING Supply, Inc. ONE DAY SERVICE
: drivers that .,., :320 N w. 8th Ave Oiilnsti11'\ CIS W. nltenllT AT37C77U-. CIS
N. W. .
: to haul students who did not month pastor of the' First Baptist J'} US3 Tit !S. :M In-3734844GAINESVILLE j Oalnrntne Ilk 0 Jor Tn

behave on the bus. The Board also voted for CTiurch. addressed the club' j I I .. FLA TeL 37S-9090 373irjJ"OE

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Live Oak couple Is rcskllng "I I the HillTop PadsettI'hikne!:! MKTHODIST CllfRCnCaUiKlar Mrs, L A. Davis No. 4 at' IIItST puts: rrtnU;
Play Friday Starke's Town Team To Host
Trailer 1'+s.k in Green attending the! funeral home of Mn. W B. S.WcU1U CHCKtll
Cove Springs", >f Noah Taylor horn Cay! for the week: .. ) Mil. A. Z Adklus a4' co-
I Arkansas Travelers Monday j i iSt Sunday -- Church School.!' If. Walton Grady. Minister
: rEKSON.VLS t't111t'e Mrs. Nettle Carter" hostess, No. 3 at home of Mrs.
I Mr and Mrs! Harry Pad !Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wllkln- > 9.45 u. in Morning WorMiip. :! Gilbert Brown. Joint meeting- Schedule for week starting
Lake City Downs .-ke's Town Team wilt hlbltlon for the students ofBH3 gett and Mr Padgett's mother son. !Mr and Mrs Hardy Pad 11 I a. m. Executive/ Committee of WSC8 and Weslcyan Storv-I Jan. 10:
host Basel Walker Arkansas Monday afternoon at 1 Mrs. Zettle FJiUitt. all of !gett, and Mm. Leila" "Mae' Car meeting of Wileyan Service I i ice Guild in Fellowship Sunday Sunday School
Travelers, an aJl-fmale: basketball \I p. m I Maxvlllc. visited ,AJr and Mri. Clutld In (JAlnesvlllu./ 2.30: p j 7.30: p. m. 9-4:\ a. m. Morning Worship
I team that has are::* Playing more than 3,000 :, Howard Padirett and sons lust ter.Mr\ and Mrs. Rirhiml. 1 "Movloy m. Snack Supper for MYF. 6 I Wl'dnesd..yetrcl. i meets! 11' a. m. Congregational Meet
Tornadoes 5037Bradford ord of winning 85 per cent (runes during the! past 15 Il'aI! Sunday They: also visited" Uu i 1 and family of Highland p. in. Youth Cmrch\vldo! l\f rtlna. 4:30: :j nt home of Mrs. 1. 11 Fulcti. hot UH3 a. m. Youth Fel
of its games against male i lions the Travelers have covered Hardy Pndjett family.' visited Mr. and Mrs Honu-r p. m. Mission lowship. 5:30: p. m. Junior
Cl.flia at home of Mrs.
I competition wltti no quarter' the entire Untied States I Mrs Mary Etta Wordan and Smith in Tampa over the { Study. 7 p. m. Choir. 5:45: p. m. Evening&
I Alton Monday Circle :3 meets Elton Jordan, both at 10 a. Worship. 7 m.
basketbullers were aeaaon 6043. alV1'lat 8 p. m. Monday: and Mexico trave'lnj in or. Alice Moslev visited > wet-Ki-nd. p.
downed 50-37 In Lake City Staying in the same: 1 January 11. In tfio Bradford: I than 730.000 miles II Is billed Mosloy In the V. A. Hospital < Mr and :Mrs. Nt rklcc Jilnu I at& home of :MiU J. CKiwi., I I,i m. Prayer :Minting. 7:30: I p m 1'uIMI..vClrcle! 2 and 3
Tuesday night for third loss day until the final Tues-I Bight gym. as the "sreatcst all nlrl at lake City last Sunday. !II.Ir and family returned. NewYrnr's 3 p in. Methodist M"IClub I Chancel Choir rehearsal. 7:30p : meet 10 a. m. Circle: maeu.
In live games but will] attempt Tornadoes( fought u.;> a Admission will be 50 cent tram ever organized" They ': \ and: Mrs. fiuu. Barter ,, day from a vacation I"1 meets Ilk I'Vllowshlp Hall 7 m. Commission. on Mrm- 8 p. m.ThuradllY.
to even their record; three point. 9-12. deficit for students and $1 for adults. playnothlna but men teams '; wished J C Carter/ In .St Oklehomne! p in brrshlp and KvangvlUm.!: 8:30: choir Practice
this weekend. 3 -alt half time tie with thel\ The Travels and the Town under men's rules, and ask i' Vh\-..nt's Hospital Saturday'(i| 1\Ifll'ltll't' Johns< hit been. appointed TtirxlaClicle meeting at pm. 1I 1 7:30: p. m
The caters will be on the Tigers. Bat\ they were down I Team will also put on 1'1e,- no favors! at all. iI j iI nlothl. i| as the new deputy\ 10 a In. No. 1 *t home ol I

road again to norr3'. night, : five points, 32-37. at the end I Wilbur Pedant: returned ; for Clay" 1(111( mid MliUlfburntie \ .. _. .
(Friday 1 in U/e Oak for asecond of the third perold and were I II front'mlctty New Year's, was appointed; by oiti new ....tCiLr -- '*-- --0,4--:;,-:' .-----U- -
encounter with the behind 13 point by the end I day after spending Chrlntnw I sheriff. J..nnhMIII'rhe..,
Bulldog ant Siturday: will I, of UK conl.t at. RECREATION{) NEWS Holidays with Ills! atep-!athcri>I II :Mr and Mrs Waller Kent
host Ferry for the first time The Tornadoes bucketed 31 I, and anoU\?r. Mr and M a.l I I anti family of f Jacksonville!
this sea ion. The locals have pr cent e of their shots the Lloyd XVIlklnaon I II visited! Mr and Mrs Howard
toed_Live Oak once this flrvt half but failed to hit: Uf I :Mr and Mis. Bobby Padaef: 1advrLt/ und family I last, MOII- Terwillegar MotorsANNOUNCES
second half accordhtCl fKVS:: BASKKTB.UA: M1IHJET: 1'-\ K.Tt\\tL of Jacksonville and Mr. andMrs I I tiny night\ Th Y also} visit!'.!
: Conch Bitoby Pnlne. Failure I There will be a men's basketbull Mid(et b'"kctl"aUIoill be I Lonnle Ptd: +(('tt. Jr o' Mr. and Mrs Hvdy Paduett
... 0'- Q to hit and fouls were the two 1 I organisational meet- organised: within the next fewI I Clav Hill left Now Year's\ RECIPE FOR THE WEEK:
.. main rwons the coach aaJd. Ira at the recreation center I days. We need adults that are t t nLrht for vacation to Nash, --lemon: Souffle: emt! 'arparated -
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.., .. ... .. .. for the defeat !,' Monday 'Jan. 11, at 7:30: p.'m. interested in w"I'klnq with ; yule Tenn They returned: : ', rwp; suiter l s teaspoon I
:. '. ... ._ -. Only! pliyr hitting consistently these youngsters and to help I :Monday mon "sratt'il, li .. -. : for the Tornadoes' Everyone Interested In or- i build a boy that. knows\ whatto I Mr nod. MM. Lloyd( Wllkln- tablrnpoon. lemon( Jull'... dash. !
'. I was steady font aril Ores Reddish -1'I I lI'anlzlnlf a 111b."k..tb'l. do with hIs leisure tune. If Ann rcturnel: to Panama City8aturdav I I. viH.: ; t, cup butter or mar
who was htrh for the league) is InvUe-d and urged you would like to couch a after ipnaiim: several '- Rarliie. ANOTHER SERVICE TO STARKE
fourth straight game with 19point. '. to attend team contact the recreation I days with In 'i in top of double boiler!
I .*, matching his highest noil !SHOW dlrec'or Clnv Hill and panics. I combinebcntin egg yolks nod 1 1I ADD BRADFORD COUNTY
I total Tor one-g,me this season '. The rre-rallon( department I.OT: J ANn FOl'ND:; Mrs Pullv Prevutt of Iawtev I nil ingredi'nta except egg
M. will ) tt, second annual There has been a few articles Airs. Robert '' ,
Forward" Wayne :McLeod sponsor I vt.tltrd Mr and' : hilI'S (.V>ok: over lint< not
was Way back but was second doll "ulio1" at the< recreation of clothing left at the : Carter Rund.iv afternoon\ I I boiling water, Mttrrln' con
high' man- with seen. points.,|' center Januinr IS' thru IT recreation center: The owners : and attended th- Haptls1\ .Ktnntly till butter molta. and
Center. Gene Pa..- had five : Complete deut>: will be' In may pick them up by licntl-I ; Church that nteht. sauce Ix'iilns to thicken I .iib.iut It1UN1l ilnd( mml WOnl(
;'point and usually teddy ':1 next week's par** and at your fylnl\ the I Mrs LIlly Carter and broth .4 to 5 minutes| Cool. mlxtur1nbont ''
i Donald Falcon; are BUS ;, school' offlf. er. Uciyd WilkinsonMte1l) 15 minutes hputlua now

guard and ball handler had .AA... ( learn of the duatli. of Noah I in tanvN'y. :!I.'eoYrl r'lI day :, and then with) fin-tile: heater. By
only four politt. i Mr\ Wilkinson had dinner Bent> eau whites to soft
Taylor of Ia\\tcy who passed
Mike :-Murphrre. tall Tiger ', with the Carters on New I' pesky; gently fold 111 lemon / 19 Venn
CLAY HILL away\; Dec 30. Mr. Tayur Is
There Must Be At. mixture Tour Into uniirfated
centrr. ww: hiIlR'with 13 sun Ltd by one lion three I Yrnr's flay ERNEST GREEN
Ira' loufflp dH tt or (IMSaeroli Cxpcrience
poInU for Irks City all of daughters: and one staler l Thaneltlttiiji Mr and Mrs qmtit
By Me,. 'Hnwaril. rclU. Set dish In wliallow. .
them free throws Richard ,
Huidy I'uctjtrtt New Yenr'ai
furlal In the long ,
EASIER WAY rhitnv %W-..lax: was i
Snyier' had 12 point, veteran Branch Cemetery. Saturday day were Mr. and M'S HotHIV ( pan then fill pun to one inch
Ed Moore!' 1 t. Mark. Moody 7 .44.A a....A............. Jan, :3 at 2 p. m. Rev Louie | \Vlillchfiul and family of with hot water Bake ut' 3.5diwreen Free Estimates o All Work Guaranteed
Ther is! But don't wait until and Steve Chnmb-rUIn. !MoKlnnejr' officiated. Servlciwwrre :MaxvlUe. Mrs F.ll"tvbrl-h for .45 toIt/ ) minute.
you need anowxhur to do I her Coach Ernest. Burnes JV The Clay Hill lUptlatChurch Clews and son of B.iMwin.: I or till knife 11\ ''l coiro ourlonn I I
i ., In charge of Hewitt:" C.
held" candlelight ,,
job. Kn yourself some low cost Serve at once Makes
.Mr. and Mm\ Robert Baxlcy ,
.window ""SOW! I'H k aqunil alto lout their thirdframe service last Sunday ntzht.: JalI"unera&J Home ofI i
lorm upfew fo 6 .,'r\Inlel.,
'' Jr and family of Doctor'i[ I it-
a W.r|1''. KAtl-4IN Storm Tue"dar. gone, down to'I with a Large crowd attending.I I SUrke.' j I' "I OUR SALES DEPARTMENT WILL STAY OPEN
let and Mr and Mr TJjyd) I vat naked l bv some of "
Window Kits,. and task ,.ft) up I the Tiler squad 23-41. Pnu' Mrs Polly Prevail and daughter SlMMONS-C'MMKIl
wbil the tacking's still ..a.y. !McLeod had 8 point for of Uawley attended the Mr. and. Mrs Robert Carter. Wllkliiitoii! of Panama City friends. to put :Mn Lora ni THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS FOR YOUR I
Each E.\SY-O.N Kit runtain I, rrvk-e. We were proud to: of Clay 11111 announce the( I Imarrlime I vII crew of Baldwin and fl>ltr'. adilrt1! In the. IH'I THevernl I
clear plastic, m,l ling & nailaKverythmit Starke. Robert Dyal 8. Andy have 7J In Sunday: School of their daughter.Ml'Mftllnr Ronald Whltrlirail of Maxvl'lc: & ;' wanted l<>s> a"n I I SHOPPING CONVENIENCE
for a complete MAyton 5, a-Ml Hamilton last Sunday AIM glad to have : tn J>.. Simmons 'were hunting In till Clay 1UII\ Christmas Cards to IIIT but I
storm window. Beet: of all. 3. Bennett and bmlth had 10 Mr NrJllo Wilkinson back' of Green Cite Sprints Thf area la,it Tuesday and Iud1I1n..r did not have her address 1
oiJy :30f at your J local dealer. each for take City. Spradley with us after a Ion? lllne., I wedding took place on December < with HonaU's. grand M e. l.ul"1Inhl'! Not 104 .
II, and Purdy 6. Our community was grieve: ::11n\ the court noun* .", rpnt.... Mr .and Mr tUrJy *nli>hur Hiulutis., Indlann" tk: Q'!'"':'ot. : ::- -_'! ; -- .- 4t1 -;:"' ". ".if! --::- ,;, I-: '
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In relation to the use of -. ...i* ,tiili* wt .,!<. ,n th.' i.rudfora. CHARLES A. DAUBTl '
Bradford Band ade in Tallahassee Tuesdayby the band and majorettesmade pet "'',inn\ r< l<'!Crophe : "nt the ClrtMilt 'Court
!I"BJIS( Band and Major- the trip as "amSjassa- Dimes ParadeKickoff Morgan Novak Are Optimistic tlcldes that might viola I Uu 'd rltiiK ftUi/, tluy ,>OJ ..Ianllor Uy lleulnh M. iloodyTieputy ,
Marches At eU'' .. who had a prominen. dois of goo spot new the front of th1 ot Governor( 01I second meeting wUl b e _' ''1'I": ="- I.Z:"___ ....... -

InaugurationBradford pal'Uije.hlch co Italned 120 I Iluydon Burns former: Mayor Tuesday On Chances For Job CenterI held at 7:30: p. m. Tuesday/ I

I units and wine 44 bauds.& of Jacksonville The r.aiudu I In the liruo'cer' School: Cafeteria : I
County was represented I and will be I t
I ELlhty-stvon! : members of wa.s two hours IJHJ, one of primarily TERWfLLEGAR MOTORS
in the inaUKurul pu.- I the largest ever seen at th I The Match of Dimes will I P. Morgan. Intesun: director Inc. on Dec 23. Novak: said discuss proposed] : vet-etab,

I,1 Inauguration of a Ciorlda have its Klt k-orf Parade of the propoied Blan- that the Incorporators will production for the! c'mlnlspl'll1lf

governor. through tile downtown busl- Ing Vocational: Training) Cen- meet soon to adopt a set 0: season at the Brooke

nc"s disl.ict at 11 a. m. Tuea ter. Inc., and P. J. NovnJc. StC- tiy-Iawa. market. Hiugins said It I t Service This \Week
TAKE A\ fiCOD day. Among th* units to b; retary-manaser of the Ei-arice; The movement to get a hoped to Initiate a program: t. | Special

Lawley Council pl't'ent"d are: Mother's adford County ChamtH": cCommrrse. b.alnlng: center here Li being "brlni; back" the p.oductio

I March, CJolf Tournament: Ten I :: turnrd i 'l"H' dIY spearheaded!: by the Br'dfor: of bean! cucumbers, and pepper .- fly APPOINTMENT. = ONLY

M"ii for A Day Annu.i from confcrt'iices In r 'rantotPi. n County Development Authority In the Bronkcr arn

Seats Two MJii'li of Dimes IJincB C In an opLhnlltlc mooc''s'eI'ning : which\ Is financing th W O. Wh ttle. chl.f of ForIda. CHECK AIR CONDITIONING

\ I II ftc. Day Qradfard County rhn"es of obtai sing expanse!! of preparing: the:! pro- State Farmers Marke-.

I I Post-r! Boy. BUS and KJ3:!: a Jab: Carrs Tl'alnmllCentrr posal. will! attend both: meetiniiHugalns ,

Lawtey's city caurcll began BantK and the Jtnmy: StrickLrnl for the Sa.e: : area.: I| The operating: agency wouldbe said and will discus I E3B t ; CHflRBE

the new year Monday night : Show. Morgan: aol Kova't; confer- the new corporation: whichIs the market: situation' In IB .

AT THESE! with a brl-'f meeting to Install Jimmy S'rlcklanl' and hU red In E:-ra"tln1 I h ori'la': !' headed: by II. II. Everett apresident. gard to strawberries an

two new bard membsri popular TV mus'oal' group of the Employes: Djvelipmen : Other members are vcR-r"ble, for the comln L CHARGE SYSTEM

II. W. I Buster I Bennett and with Vlnrtia Alter will appear Services, a f'rm !tiat de/elo( ) >:T Z. W. Hamilton, C. O. Ter- season. : $

Eugene Pearson.: In person In a variety training pri-jrimi fc- lar: ;ebulnesI \wllle'jir: nprcs!: ntlnjj Bradford Huggins said the blackberr;) ;,: F ml. Chev., Plymouthlicludes $9.00

Both new in .TibTs are enterIng Kliow at the BUS auditorium c rwitlons. and* I County; O. E. Wiggins prj! ran wl.l: a's j be dicus.sett \ Freon
which hai ah' 'adv mss! e'l In M. L. Beasley and Jim Nor the m?etlnu. Br.1rto.dgrowers I
1962 Ford Galaxie. local politics for the FrUliy. Jan. 15, at 8 p. m (Other Muke4 Slightly: Higher; )
first time. They replace:: Bryant The s'how' whL'h will be fa' dsvclorln-i praiiams: for two ton. repr0.ientlnCav! Caun have already st OJ: I
Reddish. veteran lawtey the bcn&'lt! of the Mach of Job Corps Centers that hav ty. and Sen. char ey E. Johns 2.000 )plants, which w're ordered -
This Is a Green Beauty with a Whi!> Tp-, board member. and Wayne I Dimes will also feature act received ifovernment approvalJlorjfn serving as; at brae.I several weeks ago. and< Our Sales Department Will Remain

Equipped; with ICudio. Heater Ford-A-AIat-;\ Massey. from the Po-ipell' Dance anl Nova'c: were! accompanied the agent said his office has Open Thursday and Fr-'day Nights

ic .Tran missiom- Economy V-8 Engine Veteran Councl'man Dave Studio and: Olah's School of! : on the trip by: I: additional orders for anothe;:

This 2-Dr. Sedan Can fl fl tf I? .OO Shuford current Dance.! Charles S. Partln a form r Grower Meets, 6.000 uants.!. Growers havi For Your Shopping Convenience.

He Bought For Only *& JL / D with 12 yea's exprler on Two prizes are b ins offered principal of Bradford HI"h:} shown Interest In recen

the bard: was re-elec-ted to: In connection with the show. Szhiol an J now! ais' 'stint S t- months In: getting: ;: Into blackberry : -_ --.r--J:: .

the post for IOCS. Bennett The adult who sills the most perlnt.endent: of S:h'nl ls licha1 i Next WeekTwo production: on an experimental -

1962 Rambler was elected' vie-1 chairman. tickets! will] r-celve a fre- ae of Instiurtlon In E-- i basis. It I i. ha.x:J I

Town Marshall M. M. Jordan -I wetkend for two at the Diplo- '""-.''h Po-mty. Mr. Partln 1 I'i that this crcp] will prove t. Gas Genie says:

who was not opposed mat Hotel at Hollywood-by- serving as a con.ult'1nt ocurrl3ulum m"elnfs! of Interest!: h be another: successful:: operation -
l-Dr. Sedan Snow White in Color with A was also sworn into office by I the-Sia. This Includes two In developing: th I strawberry and vegetable/ for growers her, follow MEET MY CIIRL:

Vinyl frey: Interior. Economically: Equip: City Cleric Ethel Reddish. meals a day. program for the proposed( growers were announcrt! yestfrdav : I Fill END-SHE=

ped with standard Transmission 6 cyl. Thomas and PIerce. Starke The student who sells the training center. h"e.' by County Agent a In XOIKK t Irciill. : ('nt our I.1,1:1"I: llm:\
Engine, Radio healer, Power Steering and law. firm was re-a-:polnte1 most tickets will receive a free Morgan said the Scranton T. Itugglns./ Klorlilitt.. In 4 hnnrfry .6
and J. W. firm would probibly be calle-: The flr.rt meetIng will be (c'..".. :.i.. iieaI.rrni.
.. Factory Air Cvnditlon$1395.00 I I city attorney:! weekend for two. plus !two Ori.n f'ntr! rul.'i u / .,
ed. Buy It I Bud I Barber was reappointed at the Carouse' on to help work up certain held at 7:30:: p. m. Monday: i.i Plulntirr, v.. Jov If. "Oiltendnrtii NaturalCas
garbage collector for the aspects! of the program here the Lawtey School cafeterli .f,.Ailn, nt.VIITIfK .
town. Motel in Djytona Beach. In He said the compiny was willing and will be primarily of In- TO .AI'MJAIlTo / .-.- ,

1963 M.G. 1 1100 2-dr.Sedan Chairman Shuford suggested each Instance the -winner to p.'ovld"': thH! service tere&t to strawberry growers. You, Jii.II.r. hcrt-l.y Criiti.n..t>i- Just As Well As I Do.

that a committee be rotated must sell at least 40 tickets without cost on the prospect Featured speakers will be Mason Nh"It for I nivun-c linn i... ..inriled i,
of being retained to conduct'. MKulnut. you I in the .,10., If are In doubt about Natural Gas ask
Marvel you
the three mem-
between to qualify. Those wishing to vege- ('oil'rt unU. tauHit iintt V'II
England's/ Economy: Car 30 miles per /gallon. bers each four months and enter either contest call the training program If the table crop specialist with the ir. retiulrecl to ni-rv .u'.I'| v "nf. your friends: and neighbors that use it and get firsthand

Four Speed Transmission on the Floor. the Idea was approved by the may 909- project Is finally nrPl'ovl'd."ThI'Y UP Extension Service and ,,four' shower' on or II"'llIllItlrr'plrniltnic I"" Attrnvy thoniplnlttt Information as to its convenience cleanliness
Radio and Heater: -A $4 OOC 00 council. The chairman plansto 984-0555, or think we have: a darned Jim Brosrdcn, extension entomologist I : lion I Ij.'x ijivri i. Mini' ,.k,
Sharp Little Car. Only- JL ifilt/O' I' announce the appointments 3341. gaol chance to get R cen- who will d'scusi' Klnrlil.t, unH l fit. (th I nrlictiiui' >In, economy and efficiency. We are sure you will want
hi.ifrin, of i lliiI'lcrk i --if tlx-
shortly. tr': here. Morgan saH.He the latest regulations; and Improved -' .'I'|i "nil! I'outi, ..u. '"t I.I i i < I Natural Gas tooSTARKE.
added that It had been! .
uses of pesticides.Hugglns I .lu. >; "f K. lit inn > I'H"
that the original "tttllTU' I l-l* \I,.. a I JfKII'lollh' ''" NATURAL GAS
found proposal
I TO COLORED said his office had ,,,. ,, ..
NEWS OF INTEREST .ioti) 1 "llplllflit' '''' \\lll li' I '
must b much:: more detailed .
FORD 1/2 already been!: notified that the l I li. v "MT
1963 and elaborate than at strawberry harvest will be 'h, noil\ iluill h, IK">I tIt .1.., .1 I CITY HALL PHONE= 964-2351
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY planned. It will there- watched more closely this year 1 ,int. ..,'h w'' -k ,l-ii l>,"ir i>

TON PICKUPFire I fore be at least the middle of

February b+"fore the proposal,

Engine: I Red Radio( and SCHOOL NEWS and enjoy an evening of fun I h ready to submit to Washington -
and Tlsercttes and laughter There will be he said.
Heater V-H EnJ.'int.-A: (:Jood The Tigers ij
Solid Work Horse \will play the Macclenny: basketball mnny games nnd plenty of refreshments Secretary of State Tom

i team Friday" night, for sale. Weekly Ad-imi: signed th" charti incorporating -

$1395.00 Jan. 8. at 7:30.: All tans are schedule as follows: Monday the. Bl.mdm!

invited to attend and cheer night Senior Choir rehearsal, Vocational Training Center, 20 \Vord., or low. one tlm._________ .93 :Mriiiiirial. RruluU __-.....?._ 5o |per ward'

far victory 7 p. m. Tuesday nlfiht.; Junior If nut 11..101| l In uilvunre.! .________ __ 1.2.1 tliirilt 0' Tli,. .nkv, up to 30 worils------ Z.VJ

NOTICE; : Choir rehearsal. Wednesday Ki>yml or ISIInil \.1. _..____ 1.3.1: her dl) Munlt -_ _____ 5< pee wordDUplay

Dell Chapter No. 168 will nluht. Prayer Meeting Thursday STARKE Kiu-h uiMltlmml word our, 20.__.. __ .03 .tul* In CUtMlflrd __.UO! par Im*
1963 Chev. Belair Wagon. meet tonight (Thursday: In night Indies Circle. Friday -
Hand meeting -
the Masonic! Hall at B p. m night Prayer

283: Horsepower Y.R-PowfrRlide-Heater. with Sister Helen! Smith A Saturday nlnht I Can BUSINESS Expert Recapping '
Circle meetlnK. Visitors always FOR SALE: HASTINGS: :
A Heal Sharp:! Full SUe $ "7QC.OO M., and K2V. Damon asked Dell W to welcome Sunday School. By Glenn 'FBIE Ready' mix concrete. concrete & Ul'hILSTERY() WORKS
All members are
Wu>jon- Now' 'Only IL M wZ5' on tIme.CIOJItCII 10 1\. m. Attend mce was re- DIRECTORY (Pee Wee- ) Crew block. house piers. sand ce- I 710 Lemon St. Palatk

; NEWS" mn"kabli" l last! Sundny. with AIM. Full Line of I SIlent mortar mix. roc*. steel Furniture Henalred.UphoNtered .

I I I First Born Church of the 80 present In Sunday School. NEW: TIKK.S: TRI't'KTR.tCTOIt Head The Clawifledn! I I I 7ter ravel. shell Bntela.llmerock.BRADFORD roof I & Refinished
All SIZES: (
1961 Chev. IJ
Imp. Spt. CoupeA Ood. Sunday School Officers and mpm-'jers nrr IF'oun NAME! REBUILT
REPAIRS ENOR. CO. Phone BS4-2S31 :
grateful for the Increase. We tIlT( nnyvanli! & Diinlnp FOUND AMONG TIJFCLASSIFIED :
Morning Wa.shlp 1
10:30 a. m. Stark tfrha New Innersprinjt!' !!
moving- machine.speed: floor shlft-J: IS' 11:30.: Afternoon service at 3 are striving to put more Interest I HARDY BROTHERS i APS. CALl I II
cu. In. 280 hp. 3-2s Corlw 00 o'clock. Evening service at 7 In the school with Earl's Garage; SALVAGE; YARD AT TilE TELEGRAPH: I rEVlON FLORIST and Box Springs
$ Call
A Screaming/ Pli-Mi\ 995. with Elder F. Howard In more activities. A 1.1. KIMIS: OFAI'TO (1.". 301-Nortk !OFFICE FOR A FREE, 119 S. THOMPSON !ST.! Drop P.L.TK.3918.l'. A Card: or .

charge. The BSA Gospel: Singers Beth"! Baptist! Church. R"v. KKl'AtllOUK ''TICKET TO TilE FIORl.1TH PHONE 954-4131

of Jacksonville will appear A. Vlnson pistor Sunday All Work Guaranteed INS rn.NCK: TIIF.TnF.i XH1IIT 961-3891 or 969-102* :MRS. rrr.oY KIIMXER

COny.A at the church on Jan. 10 at School. 10 a m. with D<*ncon Phnnn Of)0-2Ml) AT REDITKIt II \TFSAI'TO. DISTINCTIVE) : FLOWERS' 209 E. Adklns SUStarkc.

1959 Morris Minor 8:30: p. m. Officers and members Julius Poval In charge :Morn- IiIn. Walnut !Shirk' FIRR, IIO\r i K Whltrnor 1te Ulre llowrers Anywhere I Agent

invite everyone to come Inif' sprvlcs 11 a. m. Junior IMIYI.K: .. ('OSSI-It: ANTED two men age VI! tfr'tq
Real Sweet Little Economy: Car. With Choir Union, 3 p m. Communion : AtiKNCV: ;
out and have a gnod uno SERVICE I to 37 for food and drug route.I REGISTER NOW FOR BOBBY moos
New and Interior Four Speed 8 p. m. Choir No. :2 tfchg '
Top Prayer Meeting eac.i Tuesday I I No experience neres-iary ADULT EVENING CLASSES: BODY REPAIRS:

Trunrcnission! Radio I $OfVO.OO night at 8:30.: Regular church rehearsal Thursday 7:30 p. Gilbert S. Brown i I Commissions up to 1124 00 per I II Baclc and high school refresher : AUTO PAINTING

and Heater Nlce- \f\y services each Friday night at m. taiulurj Oil Srr\lre Station (Insurance Problems? week eay Write Mr: Neeley couMet Individualized. FREE ESTIMATES
8:30.: Elder Flax Howard pas O-enter Allen Chapel 1 AME Call The Man From 659 W Peachtree! St. NE. Atlanta I instruction.: Start at any time 411 8. Walnut St. Starke. Fla.tfch .

tor. SehllnIIlJLane: reporter. Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson, ATLAS "TIt..tLtUS"OF.Olua : : I aiMOft( 2t rhg I 7 S3 00 per course of 18 weeks i .< ,
1965 Rambler pastor. Sundiy School. 10 a TIRKH Jl: H\TTEKir.S: K.: LARU: Negro/ adult students apply to'
3 full bath
SALE--4 Rr..
Pleasant drove MethodIst. m. Morning Service. Ha. m. ludtcct Terms _Rood Service Keystone Height BE SURE TO SEE World Prlr.clpaU: office RJE FOR 2 car
Church School 10 a. m. with with the Junior Churrh in rhone 904-7071 "Traveler's Insurance I Book before buying any other High School. White Adult stu- CB !horn< ; panelled den.

Classic 660 i-dr Sedan Tnt Windshield A-T. Supt. Leo DuSue in charge. rharite. 8prak for the morning .07 N. Tctnp! StarUiHURST'S Agent for Encyclopedia M A Payne. dent apply to the Adult Education carport; lAundry room; chats

Radio and Heater $OOC8CI.OO| WKC3:; meeting at 3 p. m. will" bp Miss Audrey Marie( ('inipinIei"Tel : I you local representative sine! I Office SE Wlnu\ USO link fenced conditioned.back yard Attractive'price. parU"I'yair -

Almost Brand New J&4 yyj'"LET'S with Mrs.\ 1I.1I1'1.lm Tyson Orlffln. At 3 p. m. the Jnnlo- 473-46U3): Day I 1958 P O. Box 603. Phone' Building rear 1 to 4 p m 374-093 Onlnr
rholr will slni In the Cho'r I U..h"I '
All members l4-3794 dally or write to Adult Education -
president.: In C\ill-dt'; Service Station 473-4323:! NlU-s I vllle. tfchg
Bethel Baptls"-
Jo.iu Union Drawer 100. Starke BuM-
urged to attend. Auto Fire Home BunlnrvMonthly I
MAKE A DEAL" Tyson l'\po..trr. Church. Benlnj service at 6 Gas Oils uubrlrntiuit, I r vmnt PUn. FOR RENT Two concreteblock ( ness. foreign languages, and I Mrs Wm Few
hou.i-s on L'ur.St
o'clock. riui.i.irsmr,I I I .
True Church of Ood in Un I mmlr' rotraes\ r.v'ItapI. tfrhaMr
Sunday School 10 a. in. UiHMlyrnr TlrrnROAD .t: IiaLtrIes FOR SALE Good 'business One furnl.hed Each! ISO per FOR SALE-Two lots on Ep
Ity and Mother SEHV1'.J I md residential properties in mo In advinre HoUU V. < Evelyn Hanev person Street I Paved: ) 93 x
with\ Slstfr Lane Starke. Improved and unimproved Knight. 131 W C'!U St tfchg: Reasonable low down
Willie! Powell in charge WATER: !HOUSE FOR SALE Large
GATEWAYCburnint 3 m. : FOR LAWTEYAre H V Knight. P. 0 I .rRTMElTSLirht : payment J. M. Edwards. 964-
Afternoon service p FI'RNIlIEfl: \ 3 bedroom and< don or 4 bedroom -
Drawer F. Ci'y. tfchjI. tfch
Evening service at 7:30: with you among !those In our 12 Wides I and water Phone M43671 Kitchen with breakfastre 2521.

Elder S. White In charlie.Eveu'yone county who have minerals In II Fu tOO or 984-7371. Mrs Bull- 30' x J 14' living-dlnln, ]
welcome. tfchu room with fireplace Fenced
their home water supply? Custom Made For FOR SALK- Kill dirt top loll Ington. Automotive Paint &
Mt. Plsjah Methodist the reddUh- I yard. [.rge 131' x 137' corner
You will know by tractor. work new and used OllCW: MAChIIN4CLEAsD :
services will lot.. Low down 745S
Regular payment
Church. bath Works
brown stains In sinks, Body
\V. T. Jack RFPAtREn
startlnu with Florida LivingNo building lupplle Westmoreland St
be held Sund.\y also or phone
tubs, and commodes: .
Sunday School at 10 1m.. clothes turning yellow. on" Building Material and Ma I 8TARKK: TYPEWRITERSEHVTCE ClII -R"'U tfchWe SOI Honth.' ,.tark.. n. .
<< :
your Phone !W4
Bethlehem Free Will Baptist Salaried or Commissioned chicory Supply. I
U. S. 301 North( tarke Phone) 961-S900!) : ( The choirs are This kind of water Is costly Employees- 4001. tfchi R>. I. Box 51. LawterM Auto GIaCut
Church <<
and ugly. t- Have Moved
Sahli"day I
sponsoring Carnival You will want to bring a -Three bt'droomhoWl M HMM W HV HM I II
CLOSED ALL DAY SUNDAY nl ht. Jan 9. at the You Get More FOR SALE I I! I I Radiatorn Repaired
half-pint of water to be tested !' with carport and utllltj WAITRESSES: WANTED Khotlen Itookkeeping:
home of M.s. dlndys Blye for mineral content at the at Lavtey. FHri.l.i: between !! Experienced Aoply In person and Tax Ser ice Paint & Body RepaIrswIt.IUNG
attend I II I
Everyone is 1< invited.. -to- WATER CLINIC Thursday' For Your Money Lake and Madison Street on I' "t O rrtn Pe..tnn\nt tfrh
-- -- : .=-- I '
--- -- night, Jan. 4. at 7:30: In the I Pile street Lot 100 by 200 and Now Located at : : AND
FOR SALESix lots
Lawtey S.hool: cafeteria. I Dad & Brad Larsen feet Contact Law Offices of tour room house on Collrv 119 CENTER= : STREET: : AUTO REPAIRS: ';;

vers-ity Specialists of Florida from the and Unl-the i Helen Tanos Hope Miami.605 Flor BIscayne road betw-rn hospital! and I FOR .MM'OINTMENT:' = Open 7 a.m. Till R p.m.
Bjikllnj I
ToVork nursing home' P O. Box 376Phon
LOGS WAnTED County Health Departmentwill Like ida. Uchg 0434-M.n: :Ztchg CALL! 969-3711 I[,
be on hand to answer MALE KELP: WA.VI"ED'IenIn

question and assist with your You Benefit HOUSE FOR RENT -Furnished I FOR RENT -Unfurnished 2 OFFICE iionts rood health, minimum education -

problems Nice for couple. 143 per bedroom house! Close In Mrs S _\.M. TO 6 I P..M. Bill grade age 21 tcSS
Among the topics to be dls- month. R. W Brannen. 520 I 21\8 Park contact the Personnel Department -
R V Drmorest.
Pond Cypress 6" & Up -- 8'andor 16'And t''d are muses of minerals AH 8-10-12 Si/es on Widen DNolay \v,. Weldon St Phone 664B375 I Plaf" :2e.ehw I 14 WANTED Route Salesmanfor at Sunland Training
in the water removing minerals after it p m ftp Cent[ r. p. O. Box 113O.rMlnesvllle. .
I 'i/i Baths and Expandable : HOUSE: PAINTING at Its liners route Live in
water treatment and FVrrlda *fh. I 21MAW
FOR RF.NTroom furnish- Starke. serve Stark area Age J
teSting water for di Inkingpurposes. -* best. Neat and reasonable
NEW & USED! I ;rd See 308 S. Water I' CoIl 944-SflOi! ltch'<'r'I :31-30.: high school education WANTED for officeraork
St. St.;;kf. Up I Contact !Mr Truetove. Ehrm In Starke. Must type
Although the ('Unlc111 beheld
r 8 Years FinancingAtail.ihte FOR SALE Two bedroom -M7$. Jartc onvllle Itp w.u. Guys fuU: part4cuiars.references ,
In Liuxtey, It is for the I FOR SALE-Prcan and fruit _
: house Asphalt tile root and
I and starting pylneceasarr
Pine 6" & Up--8'and-or 16' WHOLE COUNTY. (*s' Our Rental Purchase roes. cultivated. blackberries siding. One fourth acre Tel FOR SALE OR RE' Write t 1FI P O.rawer .
I ornamental shrubs azafrav.camellias settle estateHouse Tavern
and - -Payment Under phnne toWn"r1.1{ ltT> > A. Stark 1 tehaT
etc. roses on Dr on U S. :301( Estate requesting :
$:>0.00 Per- Month I
TilE RIGhT POINT: tar In
truey stock .1. S. Eunice WILL DO IRONING In my bids for rent or saleContact 1953 Straight shift BeIa1The'vy. '
DELIVERED_ C'JK(: YARD AT MARIETTAON way you write. Tome In and :-luraery 2 miles North of home at 367 North Lak> Ed Wilkinson ]phone : Excellent shape-trailer

select your farorll ESTFR. J lake Geneva l.a! ",-tev Up Pt"t, Call, ta1 -509" itch 389-4791. Jacksonville Utch.. back up> lights radio
BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. -!
3t,-h<< I 21 and heater.' Oood taj miiea.
No. 90
U. ,
S. _
FOR RENT Unfurnished: : FOR SAL 3 bedroom
H5, 00. Can
Trailer Sales specious three bedroom home frame home at 1006 Powell FOR RENT-4 bedroom UvIn 447IIruh '
!: i 21
II | md gar .z'. Nice neighbor I St. on nice bit lot J L, Fair- room kitchen! and dining >
: Information Phone Collect To W. C. T. U. ,
For Complete: hood. Also furnished! and un- cloth. Rt I Box 30-A. Starke rotwv house Ellerly' family

oxRt. rurnished! apartments. W H. Don 9fI -U4: :! 2p 1 14 $30 00 pr month Located Smiles ATTENTIONKOCSEWIVE3 '!
I. K. DEBLIEUAt VOF1 TO HIM Tit \T8l'ILIE'TII .' 100 1 Mile S.E. If chll-
I WITH --- )yollmw.; Uchg West of Starfce near your
A TOWN FOR RENT- 3 Bedroom A- '
Iron are beet In school wae
Keystone Heights !, Sampson L ke contact J. L.
I BlOOn AND ESTABLISHKTH > FOR SALE: -RCA IT' T V parteTteut. Furnished. 507 Wvnn. Lake But'er lied rour free time In your own
389-O366{ or 359.3711 --- Jacksonville I : ,\ CITV BY llQt'ITY1lI.ILKKt'K I Open (:3ood picture, good:! tone A Center St Inquire at 509 Center Mithborhood toam- wltfthvoo. '

2:1: ?. Sundays and Evenings cal bargain at S4S cash St. dri. OoldJe Martin.tfchz. WILL DO Ironing In my Write Mrs Oulda Sweat

.. 'hone Starke. 964-5301 Itcha : home 104 MalteroacL It? P I O. Box 540 Lire Oak. FU' ...

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County Telegrapli -


I Farmer's Diary wan Johnny yaof Branford 'I Mrs. Vince Taylor and family. and daurthU-r. Join her husband stationed
| nephew of the room. and Mr. and Mrs. James Coleman New Year's Day. dinner I there with the> U. S. Navy.
kJ & |I By Sa m Garry The mother of Ute and dauvhters. arrests of Mi-*. Dorothy Waters 1 Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkins
i i I was attired In pink Mr. and Mra Lyle Schmell wl'reIr.: and Mrs Richard son and family were New
I II white accessories. She wore and daunhtei.i were called. to Norman and sons of'' Year's Day guests of :Mr and
on business He watched the corsage of carnations. I Jacksonville. Sunday night tllahltind. :Mr. and, Mrs. Bill Mrs. Thomas Bynum and
To Help Them ThemselvesOpponents countdown carefully and at Follow\ In* the wedding due to the death of Mr. Sell- Robln.son' and daughters of family of Jacksonville
Help exactly 11 minutes he sauntered reception held at II' I mell'a grandfather. Luke .
I WAS City :Mr\ and Mrs John Mrs' Emallne Bell has re
I ILast I' out to net the rich home. The three-tier wedding !Mr\ and Mn\ Elmer llltfulnbotham ,Waters and son. and, Mr an.) tinned, to her! home In Dallas

of the proposed Job pose is to enable youngsters to obtain ROlden-brown. rolls.. rake was beautifully decorated and Mrs James Waters Mrs. i tM Waters" and' ditiuhterSpt : Texas! : after /spending the holU
Corps Training Center for the Starke and keep jobs in which they can advance I I A bU cloud of smoke tilledt1ie with. light pink roses a i uf twtey. nod \Mr and light green leaves' / with mlnljtm' \ Mis. Unfiml UlKwInbothrt) :Mrs DoI'OthvValen I Mr and<<1 1tn.! Joseph Lucas'
area are currently polling every reg- return to school or join the carport Blinking: In amnzement : were
istered I bride and groan atou visited! Sunday afternoon in OWI'IIV.lh''s., Uiiuuliti'r: of4h' and. family attended a barbecue -
voter In the service.
county requesting military I land choking from
the! cake St. Vlnrent' ItoiplttU\ tit and, Mrs Boy Waters ofJ4cksonvllle. Saturday night at Chu
an expression for or against the pro- The Job Corps is aimed' specificallyat i the" Smoke) Sam expertly After spending nome time Jacksonville with J. C Carter / and :Mii: lllllUobllt.son home of Mr. and Mrs Oscar
gram. million who have Saturday the highway "saved one pan of the rolls.dlscard..d with I their guest. the Wilkinson,
people coupleleft and
one family
young ( was lined with I I On their tetuni trip Ivune.they J ( and daughter! of
berry/ selleis thebht"k..n 'd ruin
We cannot help but wish that every not completed secondary education who < on n short wedding 1 tilp.. stopped.I by for a lilt Lake. City.
were dUposlng" of one of of the other and then hastily
person receiving a ballot before ex- who have been unable to find a satisfactory the earliest harvests within got out another package, 01 The Ma'Mlle blue Klrm'ntary attended' schoolat and with\ Mr\ and Mrs CharlesSchnell Thu Teen Club hrU a New> lilts I.RF.SIU'TUU.'IIt'U1I: : .\....

pressing his opinion could have witnessed job and whose reading and I' recent' years. Practically every rolls "What happ-ned?" Alice! Baldwin Junior-Senior Hlgli In JarksonvllleMr. Year's" : at the Maxvkllt (
the scene presented in Juvenile arithmetic skills range from the 4th I patch as well as the bill asked" "I took them out at School The /groom attended !\ Ilh11I'S Roger North CUIc Club Ch.tprront'v II. \\allon, Orailr. :Minister
Court here the week before Christ- to the 7th grade levels. Criminals, addicts I plantings was In production exactly, 1 It t minutes" Sammuttered school at !Miivo. and rJUKIien' spent\ the New for the 1)l1I.ly1'1'" :Mr and Sc-liedule/ for week statUn""
mas. Seven pathetic figures ranging' and others with serious emo- I aa a result of the mild winter "but somethingwent The 11'wlvWl'd. are making Year's holidays In Ji-sup. tl.i I MIM' I-M:, WuttM's and :Mrs Mil Jan. 10Sunday:
with Mrs Nmlir! sister lln.son. I
and and
in age from 14 to 16, seated on a tional or psychological disorders will I the only roadside solution sales to the offered pre- wrong.. heir" home In 1\hV1e. tii'otlier-ln-lnw. Mr.. Ilhl1I'S: Celebrating. N'w1'111", ',. .Knt :v O'+A /n. m -Morning Sunday School.
be for the Olllof.lo"nl1I' / Worship.
bench before the Juvenile Judge wait- not eligible Corps. / /lI" were ,
market harvest. > once main, he dashed flt.cIH"1Ltlnd" \ of Brfttuard.. I Theron Naptrr.Visiting the home of Mr nod Mrs 11 a m Coimi-en. tltnial! Meeting : -
ing for sentences ranging from termsin Many of the youngsters will have I. I& slapped another pan of Mr and Mrs Cleo Dnlley and Mr and :Mrs Gene Ji""il)li t.unus were Simeon 11-4J: a m. Youth Fellowship -
the reform school ta varying been estranged' and insulated from the Market Manager Phil rolls r in the oven and astir family. Mr\ and Mrs. Charles I over the New" Yenr'a Phillips of !Monica. OA Lincoln 5.30 p m Junior
lengths of probation. All of them with main stream of society by their en- I Cronkhlte Is attempting to noted l the time No countdown R. Byrd and fnmllv. Mr\ and I holiday were. :Mr Jllhllll<>n'A Clitrris of Jacksonvll'e, ( Choir, 5:0: p m. Evening
/ normal IQ's. but all with poor attend. vironment. Many\ have been victimsof line up buyers and open the at Cape Kennedy. was ever'mote Mrs. Nathan Byrd and family "ter. Christie JLI".SUII.| 1 / of f / Mr .and Mrs ,'lf Cannon, Worship 7pmTiiemlav

ance records at school most of !substandard housing, overcrowded' i, market within two weeks, tf exact, but on ('11.01 lIy Mrs. Johnny 1'lmlland I '''. I and. :Mi and Mrs Henry Qrlf.fl Circle :3 and 3
them from undesirable home environ school and disrupted homes. Some i the mild "'r continues slipping out at the determinedtime. amlly.. !Mr. Tommy Russell/ I Mr*. Unl'othyVlltrrs 'and meet 10 a in Cu'Cle1 -e...
ments. They were in trouble and live in areas removed> from work and I But It's a difficult task -lor Sam was Main" horrifiedto Mr. and Mrs Joe Patton and/ I '", .. spent\ "/ several days week I Mrs Joirv. Hnlns-kli'.i. and 8 p inThin
.' there was no solution to their problem. training opportunities. i i any day we ran get a hard see .smoke pom-inn from ninily, andfr.! and Mrs : ''' last In Uike 1 City with daughter, will b.. loiulnn soon vial' \ "i-holi Practice
I I freer which Yom knock pro the oven IK sneaked Into th'klehen. Sam L. Hunt all of Jackson( I and. Mr.., Hill noblnson for Ciiliroinla, where" IIhlII III 7 30 p m.Terwillegar .
They were of a group that school But to be enrolled' in the Job Corps, duction In the/ head and postpone aayliui ruefully villI', I
people freely admit they have been they must show promise of success I market-nine: \' by a "They're not binniM. "- Just t Dianne Slade. daughter of'fr 'I .-

"unable to reach" and have little to and must want to join. Their reading ''I month or more! scorched: a little. .on the lop I" !\ and Mrs. Avory Slade.el. I
offer. Sending them to reform school and other needs' will be diagnosed on I (, .'bnUed. her. 7th birthday
would bv no solution merely a an individual basis and each will be II I And we have a sneakingIdea Midway through th' dinner' 011 i New Year's. Eve at theiOtne I

stopgap( measure imposed by the Ju- assigned insofar as possible to ,training that one of thtNie moinliiKt which exception( \was a Alice success! asked.with"Did one of her. parents i I NyeensANNOUNCES

venire Court in sheer frustration for that tits his interests and apti well awake and find thata you check the" eli. ,'ctrlcoven. Mrs Claude .Green was able
polar air blast has pushedthe to return to her home. on New
I hick of a better solution. tudes. The enrollee and an experienced warm fronts aside. and our before' you used It'" Sam Years Eve after. spending!

With their poor attendance record, counselor will decide together what teeth. will be chattering and frowned "Check?" he. askedAlice several days. In FM Fraser. Memorial
most of these boys will eventually become kind of center he should enter. our knees a-knockln said. "I'll bit you hadIt hospital In Macrlenny
set, for bmlllntl.! and, this
school dropout*-at what a stag. Among the occupations for which 'l.s Mrs Joseph Lucas' and son
the (
; Christmas' dinner In .
taring cost to themselves and the youngsters are expected to be trainedare In the Interests. of our berry the world which MI'IO. Avory" Blade and .hll.d..n. -
community Unable to find growers that's exactly features' and Claude Green ,were
work they machine
operator shipping broiled rolls''
will become a part of the army of mil. counting and file clerks data aC.l what grossed. we need.more Last than year a they half last Mrs Wednesday Mary. !Mo.ileyMis dinner guestsf ANOTHER SERVICE TO STARKE

lions of unemployed teenagers whoIm'.eo sing machine operator, sales million dollars and to equal ....v.vv.wh. ..... Leon Fraser and (chllren .
already become one of the na waiter, cook, and counter worker cus '' or beat that record thU year, of Jacksonville! were. AND BRADFORD COUNTY
tion's most distressing problems. Un. todial-maintenance jobs farm equipment well need about thre weeks, WAXVILLEHT 1 Sunday: afternoon visitors of
able to support themselves many of operator, appliance and automotive of good selling! at the mniket Mr and Mrs. Joseph. Lucas

them will get into trouble again. repairman laundry and dry clean I Mr. A C. Slad and family i >'> '
If there were a Job Corps Training ing work, meat cutters, machine tool l j I Iota of men In this county "hune 289.4891uA.uuaaa.uauuus Weekend visitors of Mr and l I'IIVI\ 1 nml IIOIIY WORK
pride themselves' u* cooks Mrs Claude' Oreen" were. Mr
Center and others. Skills
in the area where /such boys operators, many the names of Charles. Darby alld :Mrs Ni-wn" Uurney of ,
could be taken from their unsatisfactory taught will from one center to
vary Hill!
George Hutu Ins Oralium IU 1.1.n'ltltItl" Hulko Mr and Mrs Joe OarUoii -
home environment given good the next. Some centers will specialize Gene Loner. and Billy Norn-I, Juan M.ule Hell of of Jacksonville, and Mr By
foal to eat clean cloth to wear a in certain occupational categories. come readily to mind' And :Maxvillf and ItcglnnUl. Daniel and Mrs James Walitrtuht

comfortable place ito *!eep, and a job Congress has authorized that corpsmen until our Christmas/ dinner, Byrd' of Branford were unitedIn and. children of Ijiwtey 19 YearsExperience
skill to learn--would this not be better may spend a maximum of two Sam .also had a .elf-a. aided marriage at 7 30 p. m. Mia Joe Oarrtwm. of Jack ERNEST GREEN I
than supporting them in prison years in the Job Corps but the average reputation at a cookMire Friday. Jan 1 Rev tt T snnvtlle! spent; / several days
Williams performed the double this: week. with Mr. and, Mrs.
It is hard to see how anyone can is expected to be about>> one year.
had the turicey roasting Clog ceremony nl the Claude. Green.Mr p
take a cynical attitude toward the Waron The corps cannot guarantee a job but the vegetables. ready.. to home of the bride's parents and Mrs t). n Orlffl.1 Free Estimates All Work Guarantccd
Poverty, of which .the Job Corpsis employment chances will be greatly I| cook relishes all preparedand The. bride In the dautihtei.. of and Karen. visited Mundayafteinoon
an important part. Anyone who increased> The placement effort begins cool In the refrigerator Mr and Mra. Jamie. D. ll.-ll\ in Jacksonville with I
knows the facts, that is. at the time an enroll enters and to Sam's frequent offers. of M.i x vine and the groom's Mr and Mrs. Fills/ Hidden 1

The fact that more than 30 million training and the corps works closely! to help slit finally 1'f'1' >11..d'l parents are Mr and Mri and family OUR SALES DEPARTMENT WILD STAY OPEN
Americans' -one-fifth of all our families with Industry and private agencies' to i "You can take rare of Warren tl Hyrd of Branford Cindy IMiigett. daughter\ (
, --are afflicted with'poverty develop job opportunities! ";winc% .llT,. .rolls.1' it wasn't much of an The living room where the Mr and Mra J. 1>. Fudgctt. 1 Uti 8THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS FOR YOUR
assignment' and Sum sniffed couple repeated the vow was patient In Haptlst MemorialIfoxpltal'ln '
The fact that over 11 million children for graduates. Corpsmen will I'I SHOPPING CONVENIENCE
corps '
aa h. read the! directions on dicorato with an arch of Jacksonville
are from poverty-stricken fam learn how to fill out job applications, the three packages of prepared carnations centered. with a Mr and Mr. Hay Prllum
how to go about getting job and rolls. wedding bell On each aide of ; and children. Jacksonville" 'j
ilies.The fact that heads of over 60 percent how to keep a job once it is obtained. e the flowered. arch Wfl'PHI... lAnd Mr. P II Coleman and .
of all poor 'families have only This environment is expected to give Bake In a. pre-heated. oven kets containing white" gladlull. D nriln returned, home. Sundays)
grade school wJucation the corpsman the confidence nod healthy at 329 degrees for from II to and chrysanthemums night after upending the hall- '.
attitude; with which to ue his 15 minutes, the directions, The bilile., given In marriage days" In 1..II.'ton. Park. Md
The fact that 40 cent of
over per r..d..nd after turning on by her father. aii it for with Mi) and, Mra.' Don Rich-
nil farm families are classified as new skills. the electric oven out In the her wedding. a white. satin riser. and familyMr .
poor, and that more than 80 per cent Each trainee will receive $30 a rarpnit. Bam waited Impatiently \ suit overlaid wild .eyelet Her and Mm Harold Taylor .
of nonwhite farm families live in pov month living allowance, room and for the "itoahesd'signal accessories were white satin left Monday. /night t.) returnto .
board medical and dental care, work from Alice At that The /bride's only ornament their. home In Indiana cools illWINTER
ill :
erty.The clothing and recreational opportunities. signal) he. dashed out slappedIn \ i was a strand of 1"1\1'1.| Bhranted after spending, the holiday warms
fact that less than half of the
An allowance of $50 for each the two pans of rolls noted' a lavender, orchid. a* here with Mi and Mrs Vlnce
poor are in the South : yet a South month of satisfactory service will be the time. and went. back In Uip a white. Illble.. whir h she' Taylor and family ;: SUMMERTOTAL
erner's chance of being poor is about. the house card. later as a corsage for thehoneymoon New Year's. fay guests. of
given the enrollee at the conclusion! of I
twice that of a person living elsewherein tilp Mr and Mr II" Coleman I
the :Nation. service. If an enrollee allocates up "Don't worry about the The maid. of honor/ Miss, .. and daughter were. Mr and -- !
An estimated- 35 million persons to $25 a month to his family the rolls;' he said with masculine;) lull. McLung. was drenwj In Mr Nil: Oldden and daugh. : ::
will enter' the Nation's work force in Corps will supplement this allocation uperlorlty. "they are right light blue with white, accessories ters. and Mrs !IfcMIe Oldden '
on a matched basis.A on .hNtule" Momenta" Ut-r. Hhe. wore a gardenia! of Jacksonville, Mr and Mrs *.1'
next: ten years. Of these almostten "
million will lack high school education leading Southern educator and our guests arrived but Ham corsage,. I Ruddy,, Browning Mr' and ',., ".. I
kept" his big fat mind right neat man foi the wedding\ Mr Harold Taylor Mr. and / .
Is : :: '
and about three million will historian Dr. Otis A. Singlctary. 1.'I..

not have completed even ,grade school. director of the Job Corps. A native of I j .., \
In 1W5.1: the average unemploymentrate Gulfport, Mi"*.. he is a graduate of "' L
College' at Jackson :Miss.\ and ,
wit Millsap
5.1 per cent. Anting unskilled ,
received his advanced degrees! from 'r ,
laborers the jobless rate was 12.1 WE OFFER DOLLARS w
Louisiana State University.
per cent -more than twice the na- I
tional rate. These figures illustrate In the word. of I 1)r. Singeltary : AND SENSE AND SERVICE '. "', .., r

that the casualties of lack of education "The Job Corps provides a golden( op- ,.. .
and training are greater than portunity for young people' who have BASED ON LONG EXPERIENCE!
ever before not been able to finish their high school

The Jobs Corps so vigorously opposed education for those, who have not --- ... \.

by some, is a natk>na. voluntary been able to get a job because they \. .,. '.
program designed to give youngsters lack the work skills and basic rduca toe' -

on the lower economic levels a tional) tool. The Job Corps will help I L LI

chance to help/ themselves. Young these young men and women to help v YEAR "ROUND COMFORT WITHreversecycle
people between the ages' of 16 and 21. themselves by providing these skill). 1 ............ .........
who are largely unemployable( because Job Corpsmen will have the opportunity J JI 1

they lack education and the job skills) to learn and "work to earn and } i

to move ahead, will b. placed in Job save:' I ,

Corps Centers where they can develop Against these many advantages, the I ELECTRIC AIR-CONDITIONING
skills. and self-confidence. These youngpeople few dillad.antalft'I-rnl or Imaginedthat i _

will be carefully screened and are foreseen by opponents of '''
must be willing to work hard to improve the Job Corps Training Center seem RAFEST CLEANEST NOW CHEAPEST. TOOt'
thpm"*Ive.. somewhat innirnfncant.\ In Miort, inn is n Fun Kcrricc crmrrnrTcinlIwink ,

The centers will provide a new educational For those who may be debating oflVrinjj you n wider I range operhorwl.. ItIrv..rwt-eyde: central anti window het.. grime! ,. '.r. odont.. I 'UK A l'f.:';T.
family nnd bn.' in approach offering a residential whether to rote yes or no 01. the unofficial rnlJlJ.Le, now rout little ruorw ttuiitttrai .au/.the resent $10 million .-lectrk. -
environment and a total r.arnlnJruJX'ri..nce straw ballot, we have on. under fine rr '4. And l nil of t UW-HO wrvicc-j
request -
tailored to develop newhabits : Think real hard and see if you !have "(of.n"UTIfully planned to irnft your ,,ht cu: b.Jflu.f!' i > ...-trio C'ful<< and attitudes. limiting Li ( It practically U ( rot
Trainees will can come up with a better solution to particular m
receive basic education skill training a problem that poses a real threat to tilts community wo" know so well, 'Jiavi? You .save space and t the>i extra'' bitfgHNt bargain ever. tj

and sound work experience. The pur the economic well-being of our Nation. MT\c, (I hn lonjf. ;Mt of a'parat.' a. heating ami 1 ct: #>\- S> join the liumlrrdx of IhouMwirf .

You ort most welcome htrv. Com In often!
unit does both cool. In ..u.11I11 thud truly inixirrn iluull t.I l tfH-

S oPi ,{ THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH titer, wariiut' in winter. into Sew your appliance{ dealer "orilr

4 ESTABLISHED I87O HA f'f:<<;T ly f-r.. .8arnelrwaral cunUitiuninz<< contractor: letI..y.l .

"she. 7a"urn. C. L. ..""._.. Corro AMO ..UM.I.! .... FLORIDA: 'u--i C/.K'ANENT" : nu .we .. ep

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Mel Orricc AT $YA5[(. rt*_ Uopcai ACT O* M *CM a. it of 31 Bemlu. of the Florida National Group to UM ii. in combination: with flain-ty| fuels -

IN THE TRADE ARZAO"t8 TEAR HX . ace Mormta 1200
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lie Odoms In Lake
ypyyyyyVfVVYYyyYyyyyyVyyYVYVVVVYYVVYVVVVVVY and I' .y. ..yy..y.,1 days: in Lec bul'g with Edna's'' ..................... with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Williams \ Thomas. I The New Year City
and his wife. Dorothy. Miss Carol and Ronda came In k
daughter In Sanford. I II family and daughter. Flowers visited their mother. the proverbial lamb. We Ir
and Pam ;LAKE GENEVA Luke llrnnii Trailer HAMPTON :Miss: Frances Lott In nurs that all the
Lorna Klngdon Morris Starling. Sunday. sure -vislton. 'Ab
\ Vincent'sHospital
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS I'urk NcwaMr. C. training at St. to our fair
Thompson former Keystonersfrom I Jacksonville was Mr. and Mrs. Rex Huffaker came coirununn!
and M'rs. Jack Pnss-! in
Brunswick Oat., spent lillian B. Mann\ Uy Mn.. boo C. IUU F. have returned home Irani enjoyed the balmy breeze ami<
By Mary K. SchiwffrrAj. 1 1i the weekend with their \ water and sons spent the Slice 46S-116 home tn Hampton with the and we welcome Florida sunshine. I would ilk-
Phone 473-4335:> overseas
i holldnya In South Carolina. P. Lotts for the holidays. tails
I'ot.y take
lends, Renee Belotc. ..................... them beck home. to opportunay! t
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# i Shauithnessy, Linda Anthony. I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McKinney wish everyone a happy! ,n
SHOWER Muhlhofer\ t 0 have Jim Oa and Marian Beasley. l rna's'I' Injurftl In ,\crldl'ut I and Mm. Jack Bennett Mr. and },Ira. Carl Brown the home of :Mrs. loa Knight ]I I' of Hawthorne, Mr. and prosperous New Year

Tl.e' hom of Mrs. Phil Cro- board! construct a direction\ parents Mr. and Mrs. Richard: UeUy: uilsnun was painfully I had a return visit with Doris returned New Tear's Eve I were Mr. and Mrs. Charles i I' Mrs. James McKInney and

mi' i was the scene of a lovely i i.sto.k sign to the fire station at Klngdon. came to Keystoneon Injured Friday night, Pec. 18.1 (:Mrs.: B.) parents, Mr. and II from a ten-day vacation trip Crews of Klngsley Lake, and Mr. Mrs. Hazel Hall of Starke I f HE RIGHT POINT fw ,llh

: shower on Dec. 15. hon.e. i cost of $75 was approved. I' Sunday afternoon to take wlien the car In which she Mrs. Leo Anderson. The An- Up the east count. They spent and Mrs. D. I. Knight I' were recent guests of Mr. ana ,. yes writ Come in

., HIM!: Mrs. Tommy Milllcan. Frank Nooncy! was appointed the two /girls home 'o Biunswlck. was ,riding crashed into the I lersonx also had a surprise i Christmas in New Fairfield, daughter of lIell1>l'0nn. and and Mrs. John McKlnney. I.a. your favftHto ESTEI v*

W. P. of committeeto ivar of a parked vehicle on a visit from Mrn.. Anderson's, Jessie McMurtrieof Mrs. Wilma Knight
-hojtesscs were Mis. j chall man a Conn.. and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Starling FounUlo Pro. TELl

;:.l.p"'Ills, Mrs. Alan Byrd. Mrs. ,, plan a party for some date It was nice to see the Gene Stoi It c street. Sho was token I ulster, brother-in-law, and New Fairfield returned to daughter! uf Jacksonville.Mr. I spent Saturday with the Lei .

H H rtutledgs.; and Mrs. Oeo. I In Jdluarya party or a Whittles. and the Bill! Cannons to a SUikc hospital where friends from Ohio. I Hampton with them for a and Mrs. J. C. MeAl-

H spanton. Many lovely gifts' treasure hunt. at the Gator Bowl festivities tihu was treated. Cuts on her \ Mrs. Alice Met i li back visit. hany of Reevesvllle. S. C. viIIi -i

'\i.'ic( received by the hotioree. I Chief Fox reported that the in Jacksonville last Saturday. ftice required about :SB stitch- from a short visit, in St. Pet- Charles Prevatt of New i Iled- her !last week with J.1 j II I- Zenith

I'liobe enjoying the occasion hose would be tested some Both families! ai-e, en. crutnirRto: nee a sick slater- York City spent Christmas W. }Home enroute to South Frigidaire Maytag J

Mih Mrs. Milllcan and tlu I time In January weather per- former Peach Street nelxhbora. John D.illey: of Keystone I In-III wand then a stop-off to here with his parent, :Mr.: I Florida Heaters I

l1oott'SSeiiere Mrs. Robert mittliiK./ Since moving away, the I Heights!!, driver of the car, sell her brand new twin great- I and Mm. J. B. Prevatt. DurIng Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Nor' Motorola Zeigler

.. Henderson. Mrs. Dairell T'I Bill Beam reported that Cannons have added a boy ta was: hodpltuHned: with a alight KfonddaufrhterH. She reports : the time he was here a man and daughters. spent

1 1 N Mrs. Ben P1tt Mrs. Au- $300 had been available for their family. nuklnK a tota1. Concussion! but was lelousucl that the) little Rlrls me doing friend of his wan injured in Christmas with his parents. ( FeddersYEOMAN'S

Ii. i'v Bannister Jr., Mrs. Fred repair of hurricane damage: of four children. The Whit- the' following lay. lino .Both are retl-h aded. and an automobile accident at Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Norman.

ElI, ,. Mrs. Raymond Mann to fire house roof. tles, too have added a boy lJf'mou..tratlou l flub she Is. vi,.ry proud of them! Live Oak, and Charles plannedto Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones YeAr'sI1ay ofI I, Sales & Service
.J: :Mis. Edwin T. Bennett.Mis Joe Wlldt. Dick Spence- making three children for Th Home UemonatratlonClul Mr. nnd Mrs. Rolln Pinaire return to Florida thin week Gainesville were

Craig Ollsson, Mrs. MI- I Thomas, and 1 Charlie Mc- tlH-m. Mrs.! Whittle I Nancy 1 met at the homo of Airs. of Indiana are renting In the to visit him in the ho"pltal.I I guests at the home of

., .,loll 1 Funderburk, Mrs Will I Olave were appointed to a tells us she Is doing some Ida M. Gentry on Wednesday park. ilollH la a postm-niter in Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blrt Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsyth.GRAHAM MELROSE IMI. 473-2371

l ,i.u Carter Mrs. BUI Turner committee to secure bids on a part-time teaching in the D ,
MIS Paul Tyre. Mis D. F. fo,.' In Jacksonville schools these home d'mon8tratton ...yyyyTYY.. .TYY.
new television set ; use Nelson his wife came to look over the their daughter's. of St. Peters Price"
[,liner. Mrs. J. A. RufflniM's the recreation room. days, and! enjoying It lII.cent; from Green Cove Poirtmaster's village. They burg visited for several days "Quality and

GeorgeMassa. Mis Chas Chief Fox asked cooperationof thoroughly.Mr. Springs, conducting: the meet- have entered the life of the over the New Tear'a holiday

.J I-VIcOlave.: Mrs. E. E. Williams !-! all members to exercise and Mrs. Richard Fisher !l11C. Gifts were exchanged.and Park and seem to be enJoy- with Mrs. Maggie Blrt. and !

and Mrs. R. O. Mann I caution and avoid excessive i of Washington D. t?., arrived a delicious luncheon served ing It h're.ChrtHtml1J. other relatives here. By Mr*. W. E. Starling I-

rriHE Cedingwhen answering afire I on New Year's Eve for a < to the six members pres )Eve!: the senior Mrs. Alma Dyal l had threeof -a
DCPT.: NOTES while four-day visit with Mr. and Phone 4432568aAAaAAaa&aAaAAAAAAa
accident ent.
call. An
members in the .Park And a her grandchildren from Orlando I
The regular: monthly meet- :'
in;: of Keystone Heights Vol- which resulted In personal in- Brooklyn. The fishers\ like Lura Rivers and family i
annual Christmas of last week.Shannon
their evepatty
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Hines ,
ntper Fire Dept. was held at Jury or property damage/ the Slmerals are retired Navy
wlnh to thank Lake Geneva
buff honored
at the Lnrsens. A Cox was
111 fire station on Tuesday. reflect against the department people and friends of longstanding. of Jacksonville were Sunday
u- could friends for their floral offerIngs From First Federal!
and Friday
l supper was served with a birthday party /guests, of Mrs. Alice Robinson.
j Hi, (e 1. with President Dick whole.
as a and other acts klnj-
I o gifts were exchanged. Thwe evening, Jan. 1, at Hamptontown Mrs. Delia Ostxen atVh I
::;underlnnd In chaw.' ( EightIIllm' OAKUEN CLUB OF LAKES MI''!, Junle Davis anddnuKhter.
PL'HH!/ during their recent be- were about :13 present and'! all fiall. Games, dancing, Springs ti also upending a few
>crs were absent. There The Garden Club of the and Mrs. Da-vls's I II
I I reitvemonl seemed! to have a good/ time refreshments. and f gifts\ were days with her sister Mrs. ,
\u-ie four guests from the1)ortors Lakes met on Wednesday father J. Jackoble all of 1"onILI., for When You Open A NEW
The lovely Christmas light the order of the evening RobliMon. ,
Inlet Fire Dt'pal.t-I afternoon Dec. 30. at the i Daytona Beach, spent New : George II. Brown and fnmlly put up by Individual In the her twelfth birthday. I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence OR ADD To An Old One!
innt' home of Mrs. N. Watson Ha.rdentoertrh Years with Mr. and Mrs. I ISimerlli. Me1-1
of Jacksonville, spent the Park made a nice showing U.mptolBaptlat Church ton were visiting Mr. and .
Chief Everett FOc! reported 1 / on Lnke Geneva, for I On Sunday. Mrs.
I I holidays at their ranch In Luke noel the Lanenft hope that held Watch Night services at Berry Dyal over the weekend. I
:answering\ the following call'n -- their annual Christmas Party. Nflle Naedham of Ocala and
a Geneva. Mr. Brown who has next year we cnn get more I the Church Tuesday! nl ht Dec. Miss Faye Dyal was a guestof OFFER GOOD THROUGHJAN.
Nov. 11. of of Jacksonville
< in!{ November: There was an exchange Mis. A. J. Quagllano -
served, constable in Jack- and, have a little all-church
,1 as to participate 31.! following an Miss Diane Watson In
-' .to p. m.-Ashley, grass fire sifts- each of which was tobe paid a visit to the ,
urmvlllo for many owns I competition In 1 roller skating party at LAke MaxvlMe Sunday
1.1,' damage: Nor., 11, 8:30: p. the creation of the donor. Slmrral home. years 20 1965
anil operates the Lake. MargleRanl'h. \. Jackie I..r"elI'ld her Butler. After the skating P*r- Mrs. Calvin Warren and ,
-Auto fire S. R. 100 no The next meeting will be at Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Nelsonof !
where he raises pure- I fiance Henry Harvin. spent ty. refreshments. of sandwichex. children of Brantord. Emory
rtimiage' : Nov. 24 8 p. m.. the home of Mrs. Edward D.Longneckw Ohio, flew to Key- I
damaire Ottowa. bred, whlte-fac-prt Ilerefords."' I the holiday with Jackie's parents cookies, cake, punch and Peacock and daughter/ .. of Lake
Cunningham stove no In Melrose, on to
stone Airport on I If. F. Mctzger of Baltimore. Arnold and Edith. I coffee were served to the approximately City and Mr. and Mrs.. J. W.
.17 ; Nov. 24 Frank Nooneysent Jan. 28.NEWS with Mrs.
visit for few days .
a :Mil. spent the holidays! here We're looking forward to : 50 guests present I Starling were New Year's Day
with To ?
Orange/ FROM ST. Nelson's parents Mr. and $25 Up To $250 $251 Up
*.uba diving equipment for Pnrlshonprs are urged to I Loudon, of Keystone with his Hon. Tommy MatiKer. Mrs. Fay Otaon joining our ; th..nI worship.. service I visitors of Mr. and Mr. HarI ,
Mrs A. O.
Tommy Is a student at Keystone Park family the flrnt"' of the i' followed until after the midnight ley Starling.Mr. Safety Light Pocketknife
at Moose
offerlnjenvelopes !
owning; report pick up their weekly: Heights. They plan to
them I : High und Uvea with his year. Mrs. Olson hall been hOllr.VlaiUrtg I and Mrs. Leslie Odura
and to use and other
The following ambulancei I I regularly. A generous weekly I South fly on Florida to spots, before aunt and uncle the Charles living in Keystone and has here during the hol- of Lake City were visiting( Mr. 1. Uses T !! only 2c worth l.A, Quality Pocket

Forsylhes. purchased a lovely new mobile B'lorrie: Belle and Mrs. J W. Starling on of Per
meet I LIbya with Mrs. Electricity Knife.
i ails were reported: Nov. 2.lawrence offering; helps expenses concluding their vacation.
the church. I Airman 3-c and Mrs. Tom- home.ME'LROSE. I Brown were Mrs. R. 1.. Dirt I New Year's Day, and Mr. and Year.
to Bradford County of running Mr''. Franks:\ : Wyatt; and
Mrs.' R. K.: Mrs. !Earl!: Odom were Saturday 2. iJidiea Like Them j
Juno. ChrlHtma" and daughter
Father Is administrator I spent i
Kelly my
Hospital! : Nov. 8, Klmmonu two daughters! of Annapolis.Md. 2. Useful in lied
with the W. W. Cux I. ; Johns. of Ditlnesville.( i I guests of the Starlings. Too.
but he family
;s t.o Gainesville Medical Center; of church funds, i were Christmas holiday .................. j I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Duncan Rooms, Hall"" etc.
Nov. 12. n'vers'! to Jones can't perform this service! visitors at the home of Mrs. in Lake Goneva. Tommy is i| Maria Jean Mosher spent '
... I last week In Perry of Hague visited her par 3. Children Feel Safe .3, They Make Nice ]
Funeral Home: !Nov. 10, Gary without the where-wlth-all. Halle Whitmore and dnuijhter ntiitlimod\ at McCoy A.F.B. In !| days I'
to V. A. llo-pltal, In Lake What expenses, does a church I of Lake Keystone From Key- Orlunda. S I with her brother-in-law tntMr and Mrs. Russell'. with one in their Gifts No Ad'er--|

Cltv; Nov. 25, Miller to Bradford have? They are numerousto stone, the Wyatta went on ta Patty Cox spent Christmas I I and sister. Mr. and )Ir.... Floyd I Starling, this week, Itoom. tiding: on Them.

-- County Hospital: Nov. name a few; Monthly salary Clearwater befose returnIng to tiny with hel'randpllrent.\ .. I I lly Airs. Grant RolhbammerMr : Smith Mr. and Mrs. Wllllra Tyre -

:Hf!II.! Reynolds to Aliichua Oen of clergy and lay employers Annnpolli.COMMUNITY. I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Price of I ,....................... I Dehble Curler spent the I City and and grandchildren Mr.: and Mrs.of R.Lake J Sorry-Only One To The Customer!
social week of the Christmas I
"iM-nl Hospital. security utilities. CIltlRCH I MelroHe where uhe was joined af't'ond

Chief Fox," said that t 100 per 'telephone and other office expenses Sunday, Jan. 10. will be the ,r Ivy, her cousin Verne :Mcl: ) liuur- bIn and daughter Dledre. of Hill Brunei- in St. reterstairfr.Mrs. ois of Mr.\ and Mrs. Morris
(ivnt; of ck'p.irUnent; member altar supplies annual meeting of the Church heY of (1"lne"vlJle I I I

Jmd! checked out on equipment slice repairs to church or at the Morning Worship service Mr. fwd Afis., F\ L. Rastorly I Tampa visited his parents. Bruner has boon herewith i Starling. Emory Peaccck and ia

and resuscltator. F rectory, rectory supplies of Jiu-kHonvilla Chrlwt Mr. and Mrs. C W. Durbiii, the A. C. Dennisons this,I dauHhter visited the Starlings Per AnnumCompounded .
lit 11 o'clock. Annual reports .pent
'1 he resignation of Lewis!I transportation for priest!i ilt will be given by the da-( IIIHH, with Mrs. EalltertY'/jI< / ""J1lher for the holidays.Mrs. i week.Mrs., Friday / \. '

ivtulr' was accepted duo to the nsx>rtatlon for nuns and partment presidents or chair. JI.1rll. Blanche! Ciinningh.i A. J. Thomas of Starke R L. Birt and Mrs. W Mr. and Mm. W L Young-,

I net that he has moved to diocesan! assessments. t' man. Election officers wt'l' in. spent Thursday with Mr. and P. Birt of Gainesville visited j, blood of Tampa were Monday 4/u S m i-Annually r )
I I guests of Mr and Vtrs. John rmr
PERSONALS I Mrs. n. M. Cn. on.
Mclrose. The application of be hold. The Nominating Mrs. Ovrtrutle Nlc'holan'. I i here Monday of last week I '
.. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mr and Mrs. Fred You I, UcKinney. The V L. McKln-
r.r-on Ridausht. which had Committee has" submitted the holiday guests: included her! } with' Mr. and Mr. K. L. Blrt .. 11\" ;
of Gainesville
I cviously been approved by I Wnlratli and son. of \7dllhlnlton {- following slate of officers: son C. W. Cuzzourt, of Miami and family spent the Christmas Indtonll.. I neys -

the board was favorably' acted i>. c.. were! In Keystone Trustees. J. E.: Bonner Mrs. and his son lena! Cllmltlllrt.1 I holidays with with herpurents I Oaring I the last week, visitors their parents at dinner on S Our '
New Years Dividend Rate
H. H. Day Anticipated
Dr. and Mrs.
upon. I Heights during the Christmas William Beam Jr. and D. E. and family of ( ', I at the home of Mr. and I
On motion of Chief Fox holidays to visit Mr. Wal- PRJ1ltl>orn. Stewards: M 's. Jacksonville\ visitors of the| Howell of Madison Went Va. Mrs. I.wton Youngblmxl and! Miss Cathy Lefevers was ofRev.

,. conded by Charlie McOlavo, rath's parents, Mr. and MVs. Mr and :Mrs. Roland Bwann her brothers Sunday aftfmoonrUe.t/ .
Thomas Norwood. Howard nyrtl family were Mr. anti I IMrs. family were
., Melvin Watsonof
and Mrs.
.I tin-, recommendation Wally I Frank Walratn, Sr. When Tucker Mrs. Robert Ferrell. K F. drlmnley and fam-l and daughter. Linda, of Holly I'I'JIIIl. children of MacclMiny.EllMboth .

II II they returned home Capt. and Mr. and Mrs. Ra'ph visited for MaxvilleMrs. Accounts Insured For 110.000 Each
i and Clarence Sipe (for one I1.V und Mr and Mr. Q. n'l| Dorln' Jones Emma D Ileabrr has
I and Mrs.\ Kemeys Goethe! and yrnrl). The others are to serve Bynl. and fsmily.: | George amt daughter .several clays last week In Ind.
and Tonnle Ruth of returned to Indianapolis,
sons, of Great Funs Mont. the three year term. Mr. anti Mm. Ben Ilciltsendi Ann Jacksonville: with her inmndpurnnts. weeks with FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND |
KEYSTONEDriveIn to visit the Walraths of MorrlAton spent Christmasday after spending two
dune January 14. 6:30: p. m., the >rf and 1 son n. (I. of St.irkespvnt son-in-law and .
I Keystone: Ml-s. Goethe Is the first Family Dinner of the Christmas with Mr. and with their brother-in-law J, W Hitrne and Mrs. Ins her daughter.Mr. LOAN ASSOCIATIONOF
daughter of Lawrence \Val- and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Hush : and Mrs. Tom Lrfevera.Mr
TheatreFri. new year In the educational )..Iu Wllmcr Holtrendorf.Mrs. I Knight spent Sunday visitingat \ and Mrs. Jack llajen STARKE
rath. The Montana visitors building. Circles 5 6 will 84 pp. home in
Sat.-Jan. 8. 91zripi' and Ida II. Gentry and the () D. Gay
and Mrs.
enjoyed five days, of Florida Mr. and Mr*. Francis Savatie and children Mr
: ,
have of the covered
charge Miss Lillian Gentry tipcntChrlHtmnM i>nan lon.]
sunshine before returning dish dinner. and son. ,jjnn at London fourth Billy Dodd and children and 21H :N. A... 1-ftSOO( I
day with Mr. Dentry's Mrs Wanda John Mr and Mrs. D L. Thomas Temple Phone 9fi
England vlslllnu Mrs R
home. In June. the Captain are
Dr. A. C. Holt officiated at at
t Krnnddiiiirhter| Mrs. Adi"- and fifth grade
and his family will leave foj W. SUtnert.. John ".UI attend and children spent New Years
the baptism of the Infant InMo. Richardson of Orange. hampton Elementary Dchool.
Day with Mr. and Mrs. T
a three tow' of duty In the University of Florida
year daughter, Turners Lyn of T'nrk.. has, bven absent this week due
Goose Bay Labrador. Mr. and Mrs. harry Wilson -
,, HEDREt'' Mr. ami Mrs.!! Don Morgan. on Mr. and l :Mrs.' Leon! Tnylor tn the death hint weekend of
Mrs. Linda Biltton a resident and children of ,Mollne.
EAN CONNERY oi White Feather Court Drc 27. anti family vHUod l Mr. TuyloT's/ I visited his sister, Mr*. Edna. her father-in-law In Indiana..
; The seven CII'C II's111 resume High'' Mr and Mrs. Tom O'Neal
father. Paul Tnytnr In Linda,
for the past IB months, hAS Williams and duuuhter. KEYSTONEBUSINI HEIGHTS-MELROSE

liAN1? BAKER.MAIm,CASU !been visiting her son Roger I their meetings on Janu-// Spring-* during\ the "oUd.'S. I i| Mr and 1tr. Clark.Vfartln, of Jefferson City. Tenn. spent.
18. Announcement weekend with her
nrv the parents.Mr.
Mr nnd :Mrs. K C. 1 tykes
and .son of Dctaiid: spent Saturday -
various) homes for meeting/ I holiday, Included thxlr. and Mrs. J. A.
guests" with bur parent. Mr. ESS DIRECTORY
111hI'\ made next week. Jan. 3. \
I son Mono /Dykes) and family and Mrs. Howard Morris. \Vlnll\m.//
.%\HP CHAPTER 324Peident Wittterson's TTth
I of Mliiml their son.f.vnn 1 /
Spring; Mr and Mrs Dan Starling -

I SOMEDAY ,IP LIKE To 9E SO James Purkett ,I' tenth family of Apopka. of Mount 011I1 an. N C visit- 'r here at the'al AUTO HKPAIH
I will preside nt the first meot-i I I the Jumps F.k.inl.i, dunghtrr her brother and slstcr-in-law.' murk the rx-fnulon, were Mr I Auto Washera-119$
I up
SUCCESSFUL THAT THE Inlf of the New i,
at the
I'r year 1 and nnn-ln-l.iw of Starb: Mrs.U Mr. and Mrs. Kay Birt. Wed- and Mrs. Donald McMshone ANNOUNCINGGoetzman: : i ReCrhlt'ntOr.f.119$ up RESTAURVNTS:
rovned" dlh lun-heon
OONESES TRY TO KEEPIUPWIME and I II U Newsome and daughter. nesday. and children of Uaytona I Televisions i -$19 I -

buslneiw mi-Ptlnir of the Chapter 1 Donna Lynn daughter. antigrantl.llujhtC'r Mr and S Mr! Eii4ne> 8app Beach! and Mr. and Mrs Bros. up

I I I on Jan. 7 Due to the long I J of Stark. I( and children apt-lit. the Christj j Frederick \Vattenwin' and. Mrs. Garage: II I (AllVVHEELER'S U.fONI, I Beidler'
vacation period of the holl-'
; I ': :Mr. and Mrs. LfonnrdjHumm !I raas holld.urs, ..ith her mother. Dot Falling of Starks Dennis I
days there will\ be so''clal', AU KIND OF
l last week
and family, of Clave- Mrs hattie! McElveen: at spent
( I I i business to transact. Under lund Tenn. arrived Tusxflny.. '' Sunppter, S. cMr I, her with his grandpnrvnt*. REPAIR WORK ,I i Discount Store Holiday innRestaurant V
:Mrs. J.."1* Chattaln spent '
Hoc 29, for a visit with Mr.. | and \Mn\ Turn Bpurlotk
Civic project Goodwill Industries i, I lust. weekend in RitinesvtH WELDIofG Vietwerit 5plrt.. 4, Kf' &oae I,
.I Ilimm's parents, Mr. and. :\Its.T. and son. Hlr of Jacksonville.: At theDec Also CmU <(<.R 6-.1 l Inc $!.rcik...
I :M. FlnlevCharles aunt. Mrs. W O a.I., of _I I I
3 meeting, Mrs. M\- j. Lawn Mowers Outboard I 'tdiovrL
Ellis\ Q M.-3. mm'of Daytona B<>acll. I rtn Food' Mo4sratr
whlnney gave! an Inspiring' Mrs.. J. V Ford In Palatka.! Motor NURSERY
talk on the work of the :Mr. and Mrs. Fred billie.arrived ,Mr and MrsV% L. Btlnsonahcompantpd Miss Joy Cal COIIPUCt'ZLT
( their!" sort-ln-Uw Hwy 21- Ksyston Heights. \N handicapped and left a good i Dec! :20 to spend tUai i; Grove and Mr. and Mrs. Al ry TWswaAi Of,
supply of Oooc'-vlll! Bans. Any I remainder of the holiday tit j and daughter Mr and Mrs. Morris of Ddarvd visited tiLt Fls. Next store to DelLa *"- I pI_.. a JIhIt TIoew,, 1'.I orrsr T DAT W'aSLf,

k render of this column who ]I Is stationed aboan-) the U3CGMlntletoe to\ Tampa for a vtott 1 brother and lslrr-ln-law. !Mr\ Theatr* \0.-. Fcwa. Me gmmmn Trw i

wishes n bag may secure one i ", at Portsmouth. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Crouch "(fl. Howard Morris. Satur ..&?f*>"*" a lanilstaiMi .... r....... L--. -

by callIng Mrs. Franca Egan: Mr. and "frs., Walter For- Twin and children Lak;s. hive moved to day. AIJTO SEUVICR j Ptaata Asytini.,> All. I* Cbatataera' FlsMI,; Ala C wte ..... r.-

.. at 3-4748. The extra supply Is .svthe of Palatka were recent j Richard Ctpurlock: of Tsmoa o.-m. U Bloom.,
Mrs. Celestla Wet ofO&ine8.UI Terrell']) .4.5 Cs Doe I Ut*
Block RKXYTQsci
: North f
.. at the educational butkllng. I visitors.. oflr.: Fonythe'aj spent last weekend with his J" Q

.- Plan will be made\ for a mother. Mrs. Louise Forsythe.Mr. and Mrs. Edna parents. Mr and Mrs. Tom Golf Service !;O. C. Carnec Nursery"I HXXOHTB
Money of Lakeland spent the -
special collection day and I nnd Mrs. James Hastier weekend with :Mr and Mrs. Ppurlock N_ Cs.4 Thee )23 ML .... Of Btart OAppliance -

place, n> Match this column I entertained at breakfast on Mrs.. R. r Oano of Hsw I' Prom SIM Up AJI 81m! Hwy J"
Ovid pano and MelisaaAfr "I P'1ee'L ._ REAL ESTATE
f(',\r further notice. ) Christmas morning- The guest' Jones Urorne! has moved to Uelro ,I L.arirtle. Rs>tt r1*. A-J'' R.eee
and Mr.. San lit 8....
list Included: Mr. and :\11'10.' ).11'11. Sally Wynn of Ocala I'''OPEN 7 .
A. M. TM P. M., -. I
: and family or West Fa'm ---- .... .4-UZS
Success! is! usually!' : linked with good, j flay Olson their house guestsfrom spent several' days with) her 1-- PtaI4it' 'i4sAPPTJANCFS ciJ1g54, '
Beach visited Tier aunt Mrs. i iI I nFllrnllUf.- asS 'P .. a .. ,.. ki-&E'd. I
) Wisconsin. Mr. an.Ir.: I| son-in-law and daughter.' Mr 1 I HOME Ontrafl;
mannjft-nienl. Open a Keystone! State I Ada Jl\>rd, Friday. I I

._" Bank checking account land reali/e how Rimqulat, Mr. and Mrs.. D. II Tony Ahrano and Mart Oabnardl and Mrs. Hugh sapp. i : : & / .BR. Bath. K. DB.. *tseI'd...
.. MURRHEEInsurance : ant> Arnold Litrsen Miss Funeral service were hell j !p-., rralral krat. airptaygrwud tdJUnhij.t.
v easy!' it I is to pay hills and manage pour I ton Monday for FortS
::" inl'ome-wlth legal receipts and record Agency Jackie Larsen. and Henry Hsr- ,,! Jackson. a C and Ctiarle> Saturday in the Afelrose T V Service Center! NEW AND USED' ..rg, t.e..Tsr loCo

.- Come in Soon.KEYSTONE. vln of JacksonvilleMr. Oaboardl for Bllonl. UlM. |I MothodUtjnoh for James t. .. THTFa F1.e1Iee. Furniture App"a"" #" sad Is"lIt4atIi
and Mrs.\ Roy MUls R. Noble. SO. He Is survivedby ROGIIT I .
Cenral Insurance after spenrtlna the holidays "Authorlwd Motorola PUDoo': A: SOLD
have moved from Lake 0...- his widosMrs.. Annie
S. --.. with their poorc,nta, Mr. an4Mrs. Kales and 8ee'vie
... to P land. Nobles: two daughters: Mrs.\ KeystoneHouse
Fire, neva / They bought
Ouaa1tMvtne Fred Ahrano and Mr.
I' mni
Om AD MafcM (IS. E. McKay Realtor
Jimmie H..1and\
Sharon both
a new mobUe home to take ,
and Mrs.. .James OaJmrdl.Mr .
I STATE BANK Auto DoiMht I with them. C. of Mrtrone; a brother Harold. TV RADIO STEIUCOCOLOIt of Bargain

MJM&U .. Do L C. UYSTOMI MI..eMU Keystone Heights 47S-4TR I II I i, :Mr\ Inot1r.:\ .. \Y F. Biker: spent: Sunday and Mi-*with. R. their M Cason son- Nevada was In the City.Metros Calif Burial. I', Work Cuarant** -TT TV ', 3 Blocks* .Ie N.rth of LlcM ..,..... Nt.

j- L I ir __ .... .__ I' -1T '. nnj children" spent. the holi in-law and daiwhter. Mr and Cemetery.WUhtam.sThoma.e .. Reed 1|
l'uneral''I &P'", na-4&61 KETSTO.VE> :: HEIGHTS J[ 41SUKu

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+k' Happy New Year to each ;
Ifh onel I We hope that everyone I BEEF
. had a nice holiday. We had alovely i _
..1.r.: one. All should pause _
for a minute and give thanks _
k.n t for everything that we haveat
the beginning: the new 5 POUNDS

- year.Don't / f1 t t
forget the Saturday: lam
.h, night zings will start again
at Bayiess Hiway this satur-
"' R- day night. Everyone come and $
E- bring a f lend. Singing begins .1wsw." aW v {?
at 7 p. m. 189
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Cosbyand
Siildren; wtre visiting relatives ::1a]
In Jacksonville: Sun- THRU THE WEEKEND
Mr and Mrs. S. Mongovaria
of Jacksonville were visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Williams 1111111a///1111111IIII111/1111111/11111I111111/11111111111.1..11/111111111111111111111h.. .Illllllllllllllltllllllllll111111111111111111111lllllllll /llllltllllll//Illtllllllll/llllllllll11111111111111111
and M' and Mrs. R. B.I'I
Crosby Saturday.Mr. I rrr.lrrr.rrr..rrMerchants-----

were.recent and Mrs,vis-tors J. M.with relatives Dyr-I Naturally:: Aa.
In Fort Myers. imm: Ii: Naturally T.nda i BOi.E cf OO"iBC

Mr.and: and son MI'of.Columbia.. Stanley Crosby S. C-I, .-.e CHOCK BEEF P01. [ CUBEi
were visiting his parents Rev I r. .. .
and Mrs. C- A. Crosby an!:! I FREE EXTRAMERCHANTS

other Mr. and relatives: Mrs. Otis Monday Crawford I : GREEN STAMPS ; STEAK ROAST CUBES ROAST STEAK

of Gainesville attended church WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE Of RIBBON

guests Sunday of Mr.and and were Mrs.dinner Kenneth -t 1 E 1 a .. BONELESS BONELESS BEEF BEEF CHUCK CUBES OR.ROAS1 I I \J i I 19 .Y II
Williams. 49 J. 59'I- .9. 98 .
Mr, and Mrs.. Edward Nor 3 LBS OR OVER 1 ) ;,
spent New' Year's weekend .
man :. IN APUIIION TO IK.r PUS""' YOU CFIVt WITH OUt ri// CKAif.1 1 : /&1 LB LB LB La
son-in-law and .
with _
their a.___ _.1ao.n.1 J-6.S_-s-jB.- imilllllllllllllllll
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Thur-I i .
man Jones at Lady I / Iln l11.111111111111111111101111111111110111111111' 11111111II111111111111w"
Mr. and Mrs. O. C Crosby' 'I I
spent several days last week
with their son and daughter ': HEINZ REG 3/35$ 'WORTZ SOUP & CHILI CRACKERS 130. 2'1/)
1n-law, Mr and Mrs Bobby' SPECIAL'! QUICK FROZEN GRADE 'A'/MEATY

Crosby We are of clad know that I' TURKEY.. TOM-r1I4! (!t\ua\ 10", 01 CAN 9t
little Kevin E3Uon Is betterat
very this sick.time He has been ALL VARIETIES FROZENDINNERS DRUMSTICKS j&. ( V J . . . .

Broadwell and CREENDELL Chepp"'F."ocr Frozen
children. of Jarktonville were B.f
guests of their parents. Mr. ; CUBE STEAKS u6ge r
00 00
and Mrs.. L. A. Crosby Sun MiLK jI TAll/ ,,1 STALL

and her mother, Mrs J. L.Johns .. 29
visiting Mr and ,
Mrs. Saturday John Spence in Jacksonville i i FARMER CRAY THICK SLICED J.OO OR MORE ORDER

We extend our deepest sympathy BACON 2 L..ox98<
: to Mrs.. Carolyn Kura- DETEN S ( C1 48
of Connecticut In the
may PKG Pica
loss of her hunbsnd /in'an" LIMIT- WITH rnno ORDER FLASH FROZEN LARGE RED ROE I
automobile accld-nt rPC"f'nuy.1) MULLET ta15 '

Mrs Kuramay U the daughter. I YOUR CHOICE .uiMiT-i cu'u, WITH MAXWELL HOUSE FYtu'rASTPJ.oo
of Mr and Mrs P. E.:: Dickens.She
made her home her
whU her husband was to
service and has many fri-ndl, : LB '9'/0 La 59
to who her Join us In our sympathy: $'"&VFR,, ir Hard t. Nolde . . . . .BAO. .
-I 29
way r.. wn.... O.. I ta 551 I t HAIR SPRAY
111.1. yea, ...... .. F-"T".
,. BlUM)!K rounlata Pea TKLCGRAPH. 9
. .$V : :

.haol A_ W'. RestE'rutehea REO rrNt-TA! t"fHJ-IAUt CREAM STYLE
A Can..
I Koch Drugs LUSCIOUS SWEET FLORIDA GROWN "* SWEET PEAS 8 I") CAN 1 Golden Corn 8 u. cANy'100Strawberries '

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Stark' *.Fla.Curler ,
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$100 REr. A9.

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this. question: APPLESYORK g --------------- m_., ,___m.m_', ;;... -i
: :
I The J23.S3.1! : Verdict awarded -! adu FairI6oi : tfrv4-j- D I.- ).
S p' ] -- : : 181 fI,
.. in a boating injury _'-J.__ ,!, jj. "j_ I .' .1 ,, ........,,,;;;.- ,.
realize a 1q JI'"'- I' IRIafRA '- .
males me 1
j ,..'a exINA : IRK r71TNA /NpESAfNA ? --
that urance boating i iN much liability more important in-- LB 1 V, X LAYERBUTTER s MERCHANTS..GRIEN! .STAMPS i : I.1UJ: ItTS GZIIEU!!. .STAMPS ;: : ERCHANTS.. "CRE. i STAMPS' ?1/ /.USCHANTS, ..GREENy!!! STAMPS."1.. :

than the RUM j rzsJ.1 LI .Luillo..e-l j 1 u.e; "ZI tnI' : : OTTICGP IOO 1j
la carry loA:"r PAIR ( /r11.{ Ld
t; '. ; ; :o BAYER'S ASPIRIN ;
. "all ri**" cwrerage I have .1 1' ct'IJJWltippod: > MARGARINE, J 1 ,1 I PECAn.. PIEIRrill : 1 i ctxtJ. -TOOTFPASTE. H ,.w. ... ... 4' -" ..-" -
I the boat and motor. r CAKE -, *, ? 7 _', _l,
on .--- "J : ::: !.;l
Would& about :3c a day buy 4 g -
CowprehemtJTc IJabilMy 57. i'p.J ll! i ; jli Mii f!
, I CAVE1 lrk!
insurance for my attire a ,. ;; .....NIO -.....
family from the Char y ICED N U.T : /NI.PATNA .! "" -J' j INI. (4TMA ---.. > 1 /Nfa as TRA' -- .

r Charley E. John Pkc.f 3 5 rT \ TT".TT.T"CTAIJDC".. fTAFLOSPRAT 1ft ON i ANT rrrG OP KOOA :. .. CI; :!:) KODAK&.FILMTlIL'ltSDAY. WMITI s

REC 37. ;;lIc.ciriJ: : STARCH J Jfl cttD: COLOR FILM : Q.1D: ......... .. :
Agency KODAK FILMS.... ...... -- .
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... rrrrrr IV'Trr.Trrt ford's sister.H > .

C. and Thelma Crows ?am. em.r.t mt m:: t rli: w?/, wr''. .\t. w.t ..,.IVs rl v\t. ,.\,.,.! ,.\,. ..t .. t.
LAWTEY and Mr. and Mrs. bill Wood- P! !:: ::!i::! :::: :::=:;: i---i! =,ii ililij j: of
\ Iud of Clearwater and Miss Iii S r ai4 Eil1 I I J I I I I J I I

Vera Crews of Jacksonvillewere I t..l....:. t Naw .t.NL 1 w VPt4lw (.Nair, ,.NLllr LIw t.alw. ,. 1 ll v. 4N ,. Nllly
By Bute Ulanohsrdnr 7i'S' .T.MV .T.MY1T.IMPF TtIMP. rTNNV 1f.MYr .TINY. .fAMPNt.MP. T.NVY. .fAMYa.M V 1T..MV 1T.MYA rIM V\ t.Y V. t.MVV
Mrs. C. R Crews
visiting I !!!!!:, through the weekend-
I Mr. and Mrs. Jo:. I*. Massey I ii!
fllllU ACTIVITIESGrace ki
and children of Jacksonville t
Methodist: Church )I i
School 9:43 a. m.. Worship I were New Year's visitors of :t r ti W-D Brand
11 a. m. Evening Worship Mr. and :Mrs.: W. ft. I>lxon. I Naturally Tender
Mr. and Mrs. Leo: Dyal and I
7:30: pm. MYF Wednesday
children spent Friday, with /
8pm. likl ,
:Mr. and Mrs. Gru Jy BennettIn
First Baptist: Sunday Chucl Roast
ili! rilliSTS
Jacksonville.Miss I ,
School 10 n m. Worship 11 a.
Elizabeth Terry wax
m. TiulnliiK Union 6:30: p. m.
Worship 7:30: p. m., Choir Tuesday overnight visitor of I
Strickland In Gain- _
practiceWednesday 7 p. m. Mrs. O. E.
followed by prayer service. esville.
Brotherhood. WMU. YWA. Mrs. SelmA Eunice has returned -
RA, OA moot first and third from a visit!! with Mr. !!ii iiiii r1 Ip
Mrs. H. L. Bary and 1i Y r. IA
Thursdays 7:30: p. m., Sunday a + t J1
School! officers meeting Saturday children who accompanied her
7.30 p. m. Rev. Edward and spent the weekend visit-
TlUman of Jacksonville was ing relatives here. The Bary's QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
guest speaker Sunday. Ho and reside In Columbia, S. CrMr. PRICES GOOD THRU JANUARY 9th ,Ij' ar ., ,. ,,,
OIIl .'r0.[., INC.-COPT.IONT.. NeJ J L I- _
his son who accompanied him and Mrs. Jason Milliard MSNN ;;
were dinner guests of Mrs. and family or Jacksonville -
Joyce! Futch and Miss Eliza- were visiting the J. B. SUNN i LAND CELLO BAG
beth Terry. Gasklns and A. V\f. Gaskins
Lrfiwtey PTA will meet on families during the holidays.Mr. Pork Sausage" 391.
I Thursday evening J.n.: 12 at and Mrs! Hobby Dyal HENS BONELESS FULL CUTRound
7.-.1O:: p in. All parents cordialJy and children visited Mr. and Stew.lng I '
invited. Mrs. Emory Brown In Hampton -, COPELAND REG. 59a | SteaEc"88i
Itev. John Perkins and :Mrs. Friday and Mrs. Mueoo #
Perkins of Bcllevlew were lit Tyson In Waldo, where) Eddie Franks. A. )} ">.: 491. .
the :Methodist Church Sund.iy. and Debby spent the weekend. ; *r Chicken & Rice BONELESS .
Mr. Perkins the Burnell Wilkinson Miami
brought morn \
1 '
ing has and been evening appointed finish He and was Mrs.visiting Walter his parents Wilkinson, Mr., TARNOW\' *r Chic. & Dumplings Round Roast LB-8B/' ,

the Conference! year at thin for the holidays. BOLOGNA \ 29' 1 + '
Reg. I Florida Grade A'
church and, they expect! to Friends of Willie Reddish! 6-oz", !; LB BEEF.
move here In the near future. will regret to leut-ri that he 'PICKLE! > LOAF Rieg. 29 :
6-oz. I Dressed & Drawn Short Ribs LB.3 8
:Mr.: and Mrs. Leslie Phillips entered Riverside Hospital ?
nnd sons spent the weekendin Saturday for treatment. We 6-oz. SPICED LUNCHEON Reg. 35 -
Jacksonville with Mrs. Byron hope ho will soon \be) at home 3.4 Lb, Avg. 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON

Mrs.Register James, Warner of Hae- again.Mr. and Mrs. James Men- t. 19:" Gr. Beef 5' PKG $195
ford. N. C. and W. U ISiggs/: shew of Lake Butler' visitedMr. PKG. ". >>
of Miami Beach were visiting and Mrs. Bill Pendarvls t : MORTON ALL FLAVORSCream
their nieces, Mrs. Mae: Wells and family for the! 'holidays.
and :Mrs A. H. Harley, and The Milt Smith family spent ; Pies 3 Pk.. $1. :
other relatives on Tuesday of last Tuesday at SIX I Gun Ter ASTOR or LIBBY'S $ ('
last", week. They are brother ritory. The children had a ,
and sister of the late W. 11. thrilling day. Green Peas 5 10-oz. Pkgs. 1: ..'" MORTON ALL FLAVORS

BIRRS. Mr. and Mrs. P P. Gordonof
Mrs ElSie Miner visited :Miss Bunnell visited.
:Mary: Ann Motes in Cape Mrs Fred Pendarvla over the 5 $1 < .
Canaveral several days lust weekend.Mr. \10-or.. Pkqs. : .. FRENCH, FRIED B
week. and Mrs. R. K.': Leo and
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradleyand family spent Friday with Mrs ASTOR CHOPPED SPEARS' OF $ Potatoes 2 Lb Bag 39x:
; ,
iJcnrl spent Christmas Clemmlo Lee In Enigma, On. Broccoli 5 lv .
with Mr. and, Mrs R. U Smith Mr. and Mrs. Paul blnklns 10-oz. PkQs.'
PRIDE. OF OREGONStrawberries
and family In Jacksonville. Mr. joined Paul DlnKlris Jr. and, .
and Mrs. A. Q. Smith and family of St. Augustine and < oz. $
children of Keystone Heights!!, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton of I Cot Corn 5'.1O-OZ.Pkgs1 1: 14.DIx1ANA .
and Miss Edna' Gendrlcks of Jacksonville at the home of ;
Jacksonville were visiting the Mr. and Mrs Horace Cox at I FLAVOR RITE
Ijrudloys Sunday. their lake home for dinner ; *: '10-0
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clark Sunday Bl'keye Pens 5 10-oz.'Pkgs.' 1. Raspberries 4 Pkg.%' "I.PINEBRHE2E
and family spent New Yeur'a On Tuesday ot last week .
with their daughter and family Mrs. Joyce Jo'utciand Miss ,
Mr. and, Mrs. James Hall. Mary Julia Futclt visited Mrs \
and children in Jacksonville J. L. Jones In Onnond Beach. w- r LARGE. FRESH HEADSLettuce
Mr. and, Mrs. O J. Souther- Mrs. )Kllshn: Trcscott of
Is apt-luting n few
land were Sunday overnight Highland 2. 29.39x
visitors of the Clinks. days with Mrs. h .attie Darley, .
I Mr. and Mrs. Gerald. Star- Miss SInna Prescott, and Mr .
llnff/ of New Orleans LJI. spent and Mrs. H. W. bennett and E CCSD02. FLORIDA' VINE RIPENEDTomatoes
the ho/liinys/ with Mr and Mrs. children. The family, were
James< Crawford and family' dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs 2 Lb.
and the family/ gathered Jlalph Parley and children ,
for a family dinner there I Starke. Jnl -y1
Mrs. Sturllng !Is Mrs. Craw- f

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Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat.--Jan. 6, 7, 8, 9 /I f as WI ax.IM.'r' ,1 1 1 /1. 1 .,...... 1i 1
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1001 tint ,IDK,..NhN r N' .I.JIMI l r VOTI.'Ile.lrl R 1 Cl IM I, 69 r 1"50 1I Boxy 1 "il 1r 1 r r 1/1
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New Easy Open Can New Easy Open Can For a Deeper, Cleaner, While : Now All Purpose Detergent 1i i Plain or Self-Rising, Special Low Wxvt-CHie, Price 1j j Sc-.01 Low Wwwv-Dtale Pric:*
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HORSE I I II I 5Nn2 )1. Mayonnaise t. 391 [III] EXTRA dGREEN, ,-, STAMPS ,' I I 1 .
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Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed. .oea TMHU JAN .... :: .

Jan. 10, 11, 12, 13 I I Corn 6 Can n3 $1 1 1HIC Tom. Catsup 2B .z'19; ,- .--- .. f :: :

Ex.AA..a >Ex.-rRA. r XTid4c
J -;- '12-oz .. ... I .... .. ... .
Tffin5 Drinks 3 4cLYKESChiliWithDeans5 89/ Drinks. 15 $1 [ 11 > CMC oJm.. ..
I! debbie pat k ;: Can' ( Hawaiian Punch Ground Bee{ .J/1.f4 Peanut*M1 n- 5.Butter*

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