Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
January 14, 1965
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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Vew Auditor ,

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new auditor, M D. Womack : \jr'5 C, E1
of Jacksonville
: was
wed r .e Y -- -----
by the Starke; city I'+
jouncll Monday night in a ('hunn It TV riuiirruiiiun' (upper right) reran)1. busy

tpeclal meeting held for that ,acme u" llrmlford (...."'Iy .utritnlierry. season get off In. rs>rlle .

purpose.\ Up e n Stron ..t slur In hUtory. In center It. ./ ..U..n..r nod market nuui- I

Womack was hired on th ogee I'hll tVonkhlte.

4f' ilJ recommendation a com
I. mitt... Councilmen Orle Wiggins -- .__ _=-f

+J Ruby Johns, and Seebes Whether old Mother Nature The arasol\'. first berrit .. lime, the New York market
Is .
Goodman. gi/ing Bradford area farmers even If
appointed by they) are two month; report Is .
dlNtlniulshlng between
Chairman Carl Hurst when a slap or a kiss remain I early -are of excellent qual I
_..._ to be Florida. berries An.tN01'th
.t 'ttt the previous auditor, George --- -"-- seen strawberry Ity They .are .exceptionally Florida. brrrli Mon- ss1

.,t Dandelaks of Jacksonvillewas .Mil j'or Randal. Chilly ..hi'll. hearty heh. to the fir*, their growers are smiling through large and !the weather has day'.rrpol't tinted rioildn" bee'

ti ', dismissed. The new auditor hotel full of dirt turned site of '. .. fears and making the been cool enough to give them rice at from
al Iar"" new ,,".. treat- best of 4 33 to 40 rents a
a to IS marketwhile
was hired the firmness
by an unanl that
.1 .inont. plant In groundbreaking. ceremonies" Monday. morning. It lasts. a berry pint while North Florida
menu vote! by the council on needs for dripping.This :
BUM Band Maacnt Bo Mathe a motion by Wiggins and a Other (from Ml) rounrllmen Orle. ttlggln.* anti Curl' lluntt, Due to an unusually warm year for the first (Starkel I berries were reported

I ruts m fine figure mar second by Mrs Johns. project engineer Earl IhMmrnl. and Ktarke utilities director winter, berries reached maturity selling from 43 to 50 cents a

the hunt of pull panMlrnt.Bradford The new auditor will boo ((sear Ua'1- her about two\ months pint.
paid (10 per hour Instead of I I earlier than usual and auctions II' Berries cronkhite feels this Is a direct s T f

1\ a flat 12.100 the council budgeted $477,000 Project --- started at the market I'I Fly staKed: result In of New the York promotion ______ / + +
for Dandelake. Tbe Monday to the tune of a $5 03::
''p f committee also recommended. per flat average One lot sold I I spring and also the pructlce- .aiT1 III I, y e ?A.
To :
started lint
GermanyThursday 'II801l--of
for printing -
Q and the council approved per flat-almost 50
New cents a pint. i "North Flurldn", on the t
auditing the city's books Disposal 6
every i flats containing berries shlp- .8t v+ t
Mond.y'alolum<*- the biggest -
'F three months instead
day Join. 14. may j prd from RtaiKoI ,
so far- was 1.209
monthly has been the .
to '
prove be. historic day Although
I growers! would
flats Tuesday saw 1.090 flats _
I practice. In Ihe llradford Countyalrawberry "
auctioned st an of i I I welcomed a fn-cro several .. .
City Clerk Merrill: Edwards" average ...
'Industry.At .
r 14 37 and Wednesday's total I| weeks ago, to hold the
requested that the monthly Plant Started"An was. 900 flats at $4 07 !II)::80 a. m.-In "a no. I i berry r.00b..k:, I .. to the normal 1 I.iiIhrr Illllhiril (right) In. ono of ninny. llroxlfnnl. .berry

council audits be decided continued Womack but wiUbean the: The auction got under way hie Bradford, experiment"' Mitt. of starting time in early March gro' "er. cheerers by $1 lo ..\ pI''".... lining. pal. .
the three-month audits last Friday. with 4\10\ flat County alrawber- they now agree that It wouldbe <<.. by .hank( llriiuiilng (lilt. ) and other buyer. .* \M.. week.
sold at ties' embarked. by planefrom better to go on with con- '
an of
:unless "Is found they are Important step forwardfor and for other Improvements average |3 87. Jarkxunvllle. air. tlnuMl' warinlh. With pUnti as

Inadequate. ''I the city in our plan. for In the city' utilities while Saturday's sales were port demllnallon Frank fAr advanced as they' are at winter season la' at leant, 38 winter haa been so mild that
41.1! flats \
During the meeting the growth and developmentof Last week the city Initiatedcon1..nnaUft 1307. at an average of fort (;.r.n.n. ,. Including' a present they for that "they years without htuvlitti. the only one day has the temperature -

ouncll also \ of the recently wrecked I Chitty said Monday at the last property owne auction started! York, they' are' scheduled. another heavy crop" If cut 'I| lircv or lower, it temperature below

'ity police car, Mrs. Ruby i groundlnKbreaktnit<< cereman1 : to deny access. across his around 3.300 flats were sold\: to Unit .In Frankfort sums down by a hunt freem now, considered slHiiltloant by the Bo right now. Just what the
I at the
Johns asked If the council In- 1 for'a; new liOO.OOQ:) property for a proponed new fist for around 13 Urn Frlilxy.Market Under normal' clrrurmun-: front Warning HtH V It.", season's outcome will be in

ended purchasing a new care sewage treatment pUnt. trunk line to the new plant. per The Manager', lull Cl'8. a frees! III IX'crmlwr>> or It hni not .been since 1D40 anybody's iiursa. Bradford
rut was Informed by Council i I Site of the new plant on However the owner. Mrs high price being com- (I'ronklill said arrange- January causes bnrry plantsto that OUl Man. W.ntcr waite:' growers could "make a kill-

Mp'vtp nan Wiggins that the car has Edwards Road and Orange Arnett I* Tucker Stewart agreed manded by berries here are mints wero made. to ahlp remain dormant' until, until January, to send 26-or- In I" with the right conditions

;een repaired and is back in Street In couth Starke was I to a settlement negotiated dun to superior quality a I I lie berries to. buyer In spring beams. to break In below chills here That year -.but: on tile other hand.
with "
service completely I cleared by Wed by City Attorney George compared the Plant berries! from : Ciermany an. an experiment. March., Hut this year th* the lour-below freezing. cam a killing freete at the wrong i:

Kirs. Johns however, questioned ne.c1.). Utility Superintendent Pierce last Wednesday.The Florida City. and South to ...- If they would arrive Starko-oatneavllle area has I the night of Jan. 7, In 1043 time could kill a lot of hope
County' polio "pouter the fact that the order Oscar Davis reported and new plant is considereda areas where hot 'In good condition.' The buyer gone the longest into the the data was, Jan, D. This that are up high now. .
weather ha caused fruit to
boy T. ('. MlU.r wave to repair! the car had not construction on the new facility necessity by the present! there hoe been receiving' I ,
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be too soft for
shipping to
front convertible driven" by been approved by the council. was set to begin In earn city government In a apecla'' : berries. by air from Hauth1orlda.
Harold Ifenh*. Wiggins told her that the meeting; last February 20 market In good condition but. auld theywero Local Woman Growers 'Told
Four: buyer,
est.Present plus a couple
council should have been kept at the ceremony called to approve a bond Issue not arriving; In g odwxllllnn.
informed on the progress of Monday morning were City to build the new treatment > of truckrm are now operatingon Injured Sat.

PolioParade the> repairs but that the city COUncilmen one Wlcgln. plant Mayor Chltty. said: the market. here, and "1 belief. I,. will INI Light Berry Yield Expected
Fleming' Fruit Co. of Colum
was not at fault and the Insurance Mr. Ruby Johns, and Chairman "Starke Is now at a cross pleased. with /the quality of In SmashupA
bia. S. C I I. pected to start
company of the other Carl Hurst, City Clerk roads. We can either! grow or our ...IT...." Crenkfill.

party. had paid the claim. Merrill Edwards and Supt. regress, but we cannot stand buying here this Manager week.Market Phil salt. ".n..' If they arrive )best. woman. itln. Don Until Normal Time To Bear f
In willundoubtedly
goof condition
Clerk Edwards told the Davis. Earl Besnent. and Don still. .
', Cronk hUe said that this Friday Page 43. was' hoplUIt. / edH.iturduy
bill for the The city council then voted get mar or
council that a 11480 K. Ruckman represented! '
should .
storage and towing the car to firm of'Reynold :' unanimously to to ahead with' see the heaviest d.", opening' up a new wire her car was'r
city's engineering volume at the market ao tar 'lilt from behind. as she atop- $1 a sun Marvel aasac/ste:/ like the Florida '0.
The annual Bradford County Hardy Bros garage has not *. Smith and Hills of' the new facilityNegro I this season, "with around 3.000 market I for. Bradford r peel to turn Into her. driveway vegetable crop siwclaINt with| County, Agent George Pfu[-

March of Dime campaign been paid but that all other Jacksonville designers, of the j flats expected on the auction. lAwnly berrlea un Bit-in' west, according the Extt'tislon: / Deportment, (I gins and !Market\ .

was kicked off Tuesday morning repair, totaling 1420, have new plant. The two will supervise Escapee < to But Don IUII of' th* predicted Monday night that Cronkhlto talked to the

been. construction through \ BUrke Police Department,. n.adfoul 1 strawberries. will group about using lot numbers
with a parade: thrown I .
the downtown business district. engineer Roy Fudge I I Gives Self Up Mr\. )I'nge was. Injured !in .a 'piddle alnn with halt prolucuo'i I to assign' each farmer "ThU
Architect Hired I On hand for the contractor. : : thre-rar crack-up at 2'ttHuturdnv ( until time fur the la a protection: to both the

Featured In me parade wer I Hubbard Construction Company ,I To PoliceAn i. M-T'--- when her 1003;) Cor- minimi 1 nprlng flu..h" I (Continued On Page Four!

bands from Bradford High To Design of Orlando, was Jesse valr was strut k flan behind 'Hill Is expi-rtvrl. only If wel| --
Dyswt. who will: be construe- ; e 10.14 Ilulrk driven by a do not' hAve .a hard freeze botween I
and RolE and unlta representing escapee! front an Oralsaherlfrs by a
tloti, superintendent; for the e L..wtey. youth now an<1 then he add-I
various phase of the EOC BuildingDon work: camp, rervlng -I lfl-y I
drive such* Mother'March.Oolf project i a eo day term for _.slon # I, The Impart. knocked. | the Cor erl
Tournament. Ten Mn Hubbard'a contract totals of lottery ticket gave himself visit I III I i fret anus" Hit-ID Marvel WAIl speiklnvt to "I
Keystone' and .11"... 300 calendar a BO uatherril,
Morgan of 1477.389 bout
where. It collided head-on with
of Dimes
A March
Day, I u;>>> at the Rtsrk' police .1..0'
Heights mas employed by the days for completion of > tawUy. Tli" growers.
Dance. Coffee Diy.: and the I station at 7 a m Sunday scrordlng JO a 1005 Chevrolet driven by
Bradford County "Poster Bradford County Fair As1sociatlon the job Another 133011 will: to Chief William FLeslie A r. haa ;; s4' S Mrs Oeralillim" McDonald[ ;21f heard Jim II tBCI<10 II. Agricultural '5.--
last week architect go Into the Installation of a ,. Macclenny, Fxteiulon': rtoinoloHlst.nilnmvllle .
Doy T C ![Wrr. ftoaser. >
for the new BO by 60-foot. sand de-gritter required by'I .' In the I and 1 W O. Whittle
building which will be used j jas the State Board of Health i George Oreen 22 ''r. .. (._. : Ilulck.Two VUrion imtseiigers('rswfnrcl 0O chief or MorHu< Stab ,? : r
whiae home U In Reno es- :
$16,000 CigaretteTax an EOC (Emergency Oprrattons i The new plant: according eased from the work camp "l HU and 11I'lnll> King, who were Farmer. .VUikets. Winter f
Center) for Bradford to Engineer Enl tlessent, will : 1! \,,;;. I/"v'n/ I -jyF
Collected j I last Friday. January .. The ; ... ---, treated and 1 released, Bateudayfrom : r
County's Civil Offense organballon i I have a capacity of a million Htarke", police force was notified J- .....".. i the llrsdford County Whittle told the group of Irlr. I,

During November as well ai for exhibit gallons per day and will remove of the escape as a matterof I \ 1It Hospital "were the only |nnrbeiil plan for exporting straber-. '
Bradford 9J 'nl of the! sew-i ; "'11Ie market for strawberries -
purposes by the : I per c since the ecspe's !Ira< .les Mrs P.iice Although -
routine ----
Over $15.000 In cUarette County Fair see. compared to only IS percent I; she was still In the I la Europe 'brit. .brine
I I. here noswr
taxes waa collected by townIn The new building with an being removed now, by home The! chief said he talked toOt.n' LJIt : t4f hospital) Monday Mrs Pag*'s exploited-and we ran. get In Dorothy RossResigns
this aria on sales In November oI I which .is floor''
estimated! maximum cost the present plant friends and relativesIn .: .f r Injuries were described by on the ground
140000. will be built with I handling 560.000 gallons a + Dr II II He/ said that berries for
I : her physlcUn.
Reno and encmiraoed! themto \ J. I'
The following collections matching funds-SO per cent' day now get Green to turn hlnwlf --- t. --"-, ._- Adams, as tint aerlous. foreign market must' b>>>
were reported Brooker. $310..4 .- I|I paid by Federal fund! through The! old plant. during World 'I "al1 estimated damage : (U H number) one ttritwberrle'
: Green Cove Sprint\ 14,.-I Civil Defensei, and 50 percent War II. was ee untilMoMav !Htntf' manager. Ernest; l "1'hllllp.| ami) salesgirl: I .l'.<...u.. KM. Sift of the and preferably belt graded I i

33034.; lUmp'on. $47250:1Keystone : by the Bradford County year by the State! Board of Promptly at morning n. m to Monday do so ilrmonatruto MM of 4.oa. Bradford .

HeUhts 11.03413.I Fair Association. health and the city was not. to Ryw er said, he and his force plat inn 1,1".d" .t !''ItA.... "I'a. was !termed a total I<.MS. Damage prices In place' Ilk* I/avion, I IKnirlaml County Home Demonstration .

Lake Butler U4M23: L*.- A lease agreement Is now be allowed to extend! t any additions raided Oreen's horn" but theeeapee to front eraof/ the I lint f \! : run4" from market' | Agent. since 1048 will

try I3MM.: Penney farm bring negotiated! between Civil I sewer |11 ln._ unless the' "was not found First Goodwill Industry Box Chevrolet wa* estimated at i price. in N Y up to approxl- resign effective the/ last. of

18940.; SUrke. .4.... 4/; Defense and the Pair Association facility was Improved Later the chief s.!ld. It was i only 133:/ 101MrU..nald\ manly II AO [M-r pint February The Telegraph

Waldo. 3W 33.Variety. and It Is expected that Following notification by found that Green did not driver "t the. oncoming ( Whittle praised cooperationamong learned. y."terdayMUa ,

the project: should be ready tao the Health Department to reeh home until early Sunday tout saw. the wreck. 1..1' growers for the progress ROM said she had notified .

to bid by the middle of'' thai effect the cite eounr"" morning and then came. i i Is Placed In Starke Plaza said', and had almost skidded., 1 Ito I made In the llradford the Extension Service

Show' Is not considered embarked< on a ll.OgyooO to the station accotncanled by I >> a alt)&) before she reached I area "I m going to be dUainmlnted ..- and Bradford County Clerkof
likely that It will be ready In bond refunding program of another Negro to give himself I Mr. I....'. Corvalr I If w* don't the Court Charles Darby
time for use during the I IMS which tSOOOOO was set up fora Oreen picked uo I The first deposit box In Lenox Ave In J..cklll>nm.1 The C rvalr was. going weston I foreign shipments from although she has not yet IIUt>>-
up wa
Featuring Fair. but should be well underway new swap treatment by. Orals authorities. at 3,30 I I Stoke for the convenienceof The clothing, shoea. HIt-'" before It sunned the Htarke-llradfurcl' County muted a formal resignation
who want to contribute pllance,, '
plan persons and other article.rollecteel ," he. said Hoard 04 Com-
by that time I Monday afternoonRummage and was. struck In trio Feat by area to the County
clothing: household : l by the agency are f toM the group thai'
JIMMYSTRICKLAND Th. building will be of maaonry the tlukk The Chevrolet was Marvel mlMloncr The resignation! U
construction with concrete Unlucky Driver I articles shoe and other I taken to trw workshop I' heading ea,t toward BUrx. there are now'' 3 :200 acre. of due to the fact trust sh* plane
I Sale Items to a worthwhile cause they are renovated: repaired. i .. In the rnufwl 10Placid.
slab roof topped with I according to R\ Hall .tra t)>errl'a to make her home In Kentucky
earth fOl to p-ovtde a fauou'protection Uses His Car Set SaturdayA has been Installed at the and otherwise put In useable .. t'1 Tti" l..ena* dr v..r"r th" .. I In I I9H4 I 3.70O acre : after Fvtoruary" MU
FRU JAN. ISND0 factor! of 10O In I II SUrk Plasa sign on the! condltlcm by the han
: P.M. addition to office soace fo I: Rummage Sale. I Is set for ; northeast corner of the Wlnn- capped workers They artthen ore in have his vehicle) under' i i national average planting are normal procedure, the +
CD personnel it will contain To Bag Deer Saturday. January 16. from I Dtile parking 1 lot In Stark 1 placed on sale In retail control The case. lee. been'I flown but. an Increase. has Kxterulon flenrlc will start

I1IIS Auditorium a decontamination chamber I fa. m to 4 p m al the The deposit box s aa placed 1 outlets operated by (Jnodwllli{ transferred to the County ben shown In Mexico and looking for a successor to

first aid room communications I An errant deer that John Wom.nClub on Walnut by Oorxrwlll! Industries of I industries" There are five such Court since a )Juvenile wa in- :, Offtnore .Islands. Mis Ro. Immediately, and

I llenefit room, utility and ate,- Quincy Oodfcey Jr. M. New Street Jacksonville. Inc. a non-profit>> store It Js-ksonvlfle. and solved I lie said that hlpment ofstrawb"rrk will send two or three Mproapecu" ->-

ace space, tNt room facilities Smyrna Beach salesman. The sale Is being/ sponsoredby community an-vtee" organization one In Oalnesvlil (>/er I30OOflO .- '. II .* this year' In FlorIda for the upcoming vacancy
March of Pi men and kitchen faculties. It will would rather not have bugged {I the Junior." Woman's Club! that employs; trains, and worth of clothing I was I have exceeded all previous to be Interviewed by

i be arranged so that 3,BOO ran In front of his car WewYear's I I and proceeds! will benefit the help to rehabilitate handicapped sole) through these outlet In Alvarez Observes I r eord. H* said that the light i I County Agent O. T, Hugglna.

square feet of exhibit apace Day causing (154 damages Clubs dental clinic for children persona.Twentyfeisr i 1144 i bloom in all *r-a. may, be the After! Hugtlnw( recommendation
t will bo available. for use by < according to Trooper J deposit bo.e. Robert L H"ath. executive 71tt Anniversary I saving. ; teeter fop Bradford ; the County commlaaton

Thin Spare Contributed the Fair Association during M Hills of the Florida Highway throughout Northeast Ftorlda director of Ooodwlil Irvlutrt *- growers. ]I give. final approval to the)

I tlve annual Fair Patrol. Bank To Close '. are sponsored by Individual!
Weekly to Publicise Carl Roberts. Bradford The mishap occurred seven! j I civic club, and church group this box 'In Starke will bit a IU Hit year In bt.lll" to buy the best plant they wllh the Extension Service

Community Events by County CD director, said thi! miles: wet of Stark on 8A January 19 '' Over SO.OOO bundle: were coi- convenience! for those who h It* annual anniversary sale. '" I can find He said II U "boll- MUa luau began her 10-

I r 1. the first EOC to be built In 100 at approximately T aa. m Tbe Comminlty State Bank \ heeled by Goodwill Industrie* t support the Ormtfwlll program The store was etabltohed In \\ntt down to where the Loula- year tenure of service her

The CommunityState Florida In cooperation with a Oodbey was traveling about vf Mtaeic. and the Florida Bank jrouzh I I; these boxes In 1M4 through contrtbutiona. 1104 br the late J M Alvarr lana f> vbrak berry exceed as a succcMor' to Mia: Madge>

,> Fair Amorlation. "I! Is belnt I .0 mph when the deer and 'rat' Starke win not be open ttrbtrtneM :., Article collected! 'In this. expressed ao-Troeletlon tot r grandfather of the present I the. Florid DO In early production Whig ham. now Mrs. Joe Mc-
Bank ,1 watched 'with! Interest by! aer- oVnly! ran In front of his !1M. i I on Today Jan. It. manner help to give emptoyment x>*e who have ben. eontrtbuting owner. W, II f ifuUI I Ofa- Th Daybreak la also I Donald. She came here from
I Rambler and J to some 12 1 $ haiwthrap- I clothing and other ham. It Is I the oldest retail mutant to leafspot. I Duval County, where she
i oral other counties. he said. *as truck I Robert JI:. Lava birthday, a let; J i 1.i more was)
1 [Continued On PaP Four! broadside. aJ holiday In Florid II |h'I prod persons In. shelter- i article from Into area In the store In Vfk.. II I I is a firmer berry, and looks as bitant home demonstration ,
located at 4iJ1
s workshop pa4L J aI agent.

I4 I I ,

.IYI. IU. Tn1'R D.J.Y J 14, 1
P\CF; TWO nn. nVRn( ("ot XT\'! F1.oRID.\ ,
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'I Legislature to reapportion ; glnla. SmIth !

Mrs. Tlielmn Steclo of Mr and Mrs Raymond 2nd AnnualDoll both houses on a population In addition to :Vfra. Burnt CIll'RCH. STAKKE

Gainesville will be the week Stefaiielll and daughter of ; Sermons..for Sunday< J
basis by July 1 other staff members 9* th
end guest of Mrs. J. D. SJPP Gainesville will mend; the i ShowThe I Barring a successful: appealto > local library are Mrs. W. D 17' : MorningJesus, 'I

and Mrs. W B. Mundy weekend with Mr. ant: Mrs. Hope of the World (Luke
the U. S, Sd preme Court, ; Sc-ogKins, assistant librarian
14-221.J cllr
i Evening The
Titus Olson Henry Stctanelll.
Mr. and Mrs.
i that the Mrs Lois Clark, tlerktyptslMrs.
the ruling mnans
ot Mr and Mrs. J C Vlnlnot' 1. second annual Starkj n of the World vs i"Mldren \
i i were Sunday (dinner mievts I present rural- omlnllt.ed LsgLilature : Edith C. Bloomer Bookmobile
: GLADYS MOOTY Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hawkins in and family of Pulalka were M DJ.I Show will: be held this will remain In power i> librarian: La VerDI of Light Luke
Sunday evening nu'ats of Mr weekend at the! Bi eeatinCenter BJ. % f
Jacksonville :
through the 1965 session startIng | Weaver Bookmobile clerk
: Phone 961-0631 :Mr. and Mrs V. V. Hazen and Mrs. L. It. Vining. driver and two fron schedule: of regular se
6. : pages
returned I Registration of dolls: boginti April IeeE: Sunday School 9 4m. .
.- -- were in Orlando last Thurs-i Mrs. H L. Speer '' Plans for such an appeal Bradford County High School; !
15. at 3 p. m. JHornlnu Worship, n
day visiting II:, and Mrs. Tuesday from Lake Citywhere Friday Jan. immediately by : Darlene! Huff and Jeff Novak a
she has be n slaying: until 5:30:: : and on Saturday.Jan. were Training Union 0:1S: p
-, Sit Jjrry Lawson: andS Miss Geraldine Gay returned j Alph Hazen.Mrs. unit: Bcp. Lee Welsac nborn of Mlami. The Starke-Bradurd County I
Frank Weaver of Chrry :! with Mr Spo 0 Mien-en,, of the! Orlando Air to the Central Florida '' I I who chard: that:; the j Library la a. part of the
Wednesday( Prayer
point N. C. is making 811' in the VA hospital. 1 12 noon: I Muetl
t.' JJast spent the wcelein1 Junior Collcge In Ocala on 2 m. rural bios "willarry away. Santa: Ke Kvg'Ouat Uurar.Service. .
Bitch Jurt4ln: bcBlns at p. : p.
Indefinite vlllit" Ith her Dr. ant Mrs T. Q. ;
.' -':itli, Mr and Mm. Ewell Monday after spending the I tin state" In the 1963 session i I -W. A.
as brother-in-Uw and slater Mr. and family spent the weekendat Saturday I -: Hogan. pa*'(
I her 1al'1d Is accomplished <
I v !
Public howivz:
Jackson Manatee Springs,
Mprlyn Itclnui[ And Mr. and .Airs. Adolph Gay. Mrs. W. T. ; Oa. will be held from 2 to 4 p. m. '| / first. 'I i Florida Dank Front End
!i M. B, Jordan: was hi the I IFlol'ida Will Bliida of Baxlry ruled ( Alignment )
of Orlando vlsltlnq James Sauls with The SotpremeCourt
''ii I> were ; SPI4 17, according: to: ,
,h. "cousin: Mrs, Alice Andcr- U S. Army, Bohmholder. Oermany Sinltorlutn; and }toa- was overnljrtit gust! Tuesdayof Sunday. Jan Frank' last April 26 that both houses : ONLY $5.55
i: Orlandi list week I his mother! Mrs. W. S. Recreation Director '. StockholdersrHo1d
0the" weekend.) I I: Is home on 30 days pltal observation and treatment. )J! Sladj. Owslcy of the Florida Lealslaturemust .1'I Miwt C': _PHH.. Kxtru:

: :Ms W 13. Mundy attendedSt.ite ,,, leave and attended the timer- I i for o' enter' as many {, ''be apportioned on th' If NmlmlFirestone .
: S'sleklanrt "Anyone may
Jack Mi'.lcr Mrs. Louise :
Lt. and Mrs ,
'III of his brother, Burnell "one man, one vote" princi i Meeting
Cam.) Committeerii ,\ with, be I/.ddd. |
and con will return to Batmen Starke. Irma Jean Thorntonof / I'It".da"d, dolls as you : Store
:, Sauls on Saturday afternoon. Jimmy I Neither house now meet: i
: im' of the Florida Bap- -, Maine on Saturday after Rulfod; and Lewis!. P. Ra- .I Awards of tirst., accond and 0 plo :
invention In Jackson- | Others troin out-of-town attending classification this standard. of the Florida
( ( and \ InDor.tOl"S third place !in each
ten days visit with Mr. of Ltwtey are patients Jimmy: Strickland
oii Monday.: I: the funeral were Mr. i it will be given and a ,, Bank al Starke held their
MI11 HOi Hal. :
t! and Mrs. Leon Sauls) of Lake j jj I Ii Mrs. George r. To Appear Friday the most outstanding I! ITo 28th annual meeting on Tues'
< .1 l and: Mrs H. !M. Hatch Mcs. and Mrs. John: Green i Local admittances to Bradford l grand prize for 40 Librarians Watch'LIVING

>' : ."'''t! to Chcstrrfleld. S. C. j City Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Mrs. John E. Greene County Hospital this doll in the show. I day afternoon, Jan 12.
visited ( AuditoriumJimmy
: 1 DouuUs of Albany. Ga.. and j At BHS Jr.. president oli
Be Hosted
en- S. L. Peek
dolls were I
!L.rda' and Sunday to in Jacksonville on Saturday. week inched: drover X. Davis : Last year 74 .

i M1Gladys Hitcher who | Mr and Mrs Wesley Knight Mi. and ;Mrs. D. A. McLeod' Howard E. Oodsey, andl| Stilckland and hiM i tcred. By,Local Unit i the bank In his annual re'
and Mr. and Mrs. ChalmersNettles and i i the Sioi-kholdera: reported -
i to
: 'n"u,. J with lhm for a and family of Brunswick, Oa. Herbert A. Nelson of Key popular TV musical group wll' o Classes( are: Brides port
of Jacksonville. 1 bank had anexcellent
i spending the weokcnl stone Heights; Mm' Mildred' in variety I bridesmaids: baby dolls 112 About 40 librarians from' that the
1 Mrs Josephine David o! arn appear'! In person: n. I with yearen.resoul'Ct'8 WORDS'January
: 'i I O. L Ifaynrs Jr ands with Mr. and Mrs. II. A Mc- Doyle. Robert O. Hall, Mrs show at the Bits auditorium months and underl); baby | over the Northeast Florida; year

..Hunter' Ann spout the ,I Jacksonville: Is vUltlng Johns Sen.forseveral Lcod. Dorothy Ann Leach', Mrs. I Friday night\ at 8 o'clock: forth I, dolls [Cl-6 years! : IIchoo1-age area wilt gather at the Starke- I at an aU time high,
nnd Mrs. Charley 150.000 wa. 31
: '' Jteud with Mr. and Mi 8 Dr. J. E. Denmark's office! Ono Pave: and Dexter B. benefit of the local dolls In party dresses: achoolI Bradford County Library on During the year UndividedProfits

a ( .trvtII.. Stevenson In Dc days. staff is attending a dentistryshort Monroe of Sturlce: John D. March of Dimes campaign. I, age dolls in school or sporta- Wednesday, Jan. 27. : transferred from thruFebruary
Mi', and Mrs. Comer Ferryman I and CapItal -
dolls representing -
ID: Ga They were accom- course In Jacksonvilleon Crawford of Hampton; InmanB. Also featured In the show wear; native dolls: Librarians from Jacksonville 5
of Jacksonville wee total S7 2.-
: mled, by Mrs. Haynes Sr visiting Judge and Mrs. E. K.Perryman Wednesday end Thursday. HitTlion of Lake Duller; will be acts from the PoppollDnnre foreign countries; Nassau County Lake | accounts now at enJ
book I 008.47. Deposits year
.. '10 vrnited.Mr.\ and Mrs. Eu- Mrs Emma Ba'roan spent and Mrs. Rosetta Bender of' Studio! and Olah'a I character dolls tstorr City and Gainesville will father at
on Saturday.Mr. : .
: AtcLarln In Fail-burn lust week with Mr. and Mrs. \It'll'oHe.: of I funny paper, etc.) : miscellaneous were 54,191,952.73.The
School Dance.
at 9:3i: a.m. for an In-
Denmarkire 6:55
and Mrs S, O. directors wer Sundayand
o'd. animals, i following : a.m.
'I"*!'' O 1C. n. Trcscott at Daytona: Mrs. Anita Moreini:: and Two prizes are briny: offered dolls! (rag service Training Class ; tu In Atlanta, Ga. from doUa. re-e'cted' for the new year:
: : ills; rurfilti! : Dldvall o Tueadjy to F.lrtay attending Brach Mrs. Carrie Ward visited! Mr. in connection with the I puppets I : and collection in displaying "Ouldellnes1 toward achieving I S. O. Denmark, C. B. kern
Mrs. Freddie Watt.erson. W and Mrs A. II, Carratt In show. The adult ho sells th Adults Interested 6:23
i L :jcklii)lm, Bwulun. an ex tin Furniture Mart. the goals! of public S. L. Peek, Jr VV B : a.m.
on unusual wall.
: C. Ward, and Mrs. Inez Kalljwont Daytona Beach on Monday. most tickets will receive a doll collections or I
onanpp: gtndeut at Derail MM. Pearl Colson of Brookr ( 1 library 88rvl,8 J. Snead, and l
ell. Ernest
will be In com Sew Weekdayswith
Sunday to get II. O. Davis Jr. and at'th' doll
to Tampa Mrs.
i free weekend for two
mvettlty, and! Jake DultsSpartanmirs.
convalescing Starke
is Mrs. Edward Hum C Wall.
m Ward who spent; l hut Jenifer of Gainesville petition with children. They Harold
: Mrs. daughter. Diplomat Hotel at Hollywood
S. C. wer- I
W luncheon
ot her sister Mrs C. Librarian, mild a box At the directors nifctlmi
vYear'B holiday iiuusts of week with Mrs. Claude Moore. were Sunday afternoon Beach and the student whisells will be judged nJ" group. ,
Beaslcy In Gainesville following wll ''be served. to the librarians Immediately after! the
and !Mrs. Roman Alvarez visitors of Mrs Lucllc Duvls.Mr Ow.tley said. i held Rev. H. Walton !
: M aij'l Mrs. lex Green, and surgery( two weeks ago in the! most will receive a and other jruestn. 1 stockholders meeting: all officers -
Bi! Green' who was hum? visited the Bible Baptist and Mrs.'' Don McCann free weekend for two, plus In classes where less than ,
the Gainesville Medical; Center. II- 1 of the Bank vera re Grady
in Arlington, spending entered the flaw The nurse is mainly for,
: oin the University of South Seminary of Highland Ind. are chaperones( at the Carousel) five dolls are
last week. to Wednesdaywith divided Into othsr I brnry staff members who elected. They are" S. L Peek.
.tlolWR Texas Monday Motel in Daytona Beach. will be!
SARAH LAWSON'a: HEADTV Miss Gnby Puetz of Berlin her' mother. I1rsV. L.Blair classes. have nut bad course. In library I Jr. president: Ernest J.Snt'ad Pantor of Fir>t1'resbyterian
: {M I Tyler Janes and/ grand- SHOr IS CLOSED: TEMPORARILY : v-lce-p.-estdent: C. E.
but board mem- Church j
Germany Is spending several and Miss Amv CotmmDr. chill science ,
<< Under the rules any I
dausht.rr. Mrlanle\ Oiesn: ore DUE TO ILL I Dimes March Billy
vke! prlaedent
sll -
citizen Iler'nw
Interested .
week with Dr. and Mrs, D. and Mrs. It. B. McLen- enter dolls In the show. ben and other In Starke
Washington, Ga. this week NESS may B. EPIM assistant cashier:
W. Whiffen. don of Orlando were weekend are
,ILlnf' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mrs Edna Hart and Mr Under Dolls must be picked UP no and J F Tomlinson, assistant \ on
Mr. and Mrs. L. M Oalnesl quests of Mrs. McLendon'sbrother WayThe later than S m. Sunday. Mrs. Evelyn: Bitch ut chnlr-
: direy '. .....,,1 and Mrs Norman Wynn of Ball p. c.ahlerDon't
attended the Governor's and sister-in-law Mr man of the Starke-UrsIfoni! ,POWERFULCHANNEL
Orlando attended the funera1 '
at the Coliseum In Jacksonville and ;Mrs E. L. Matthews local March of Dimes OrdersReapportionment County Library Bo.-ird. Other I
Charlie 0111 in Moultrie : Court .
last Friday night. I Jehovah's Witnesses from Committee joins others members of the board. Inclnrti Come Alone 12

ARE TERMITES Oa on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John Anrt'r-I! Stake. enloyed a tliree-duy throughout[ the state end n i- 1 tar Florence JennIngs!' Mr' WFGATVJacknonville

Miss! Jean Mundy has accepted son, and son of Cocoa, and Circuit Assembly In Valdosta Lion this month in its annual' M. VV Cressler. Mrs.( A Jlti.- ToSCREAMORAMA

DESTROYING a teaching position in Mrs. Anderson's mother. Mrs Oa. Amen\ thos" attending caml>l1.lIm. Fundi rnltuyl are I A three-Judge{ Federal court sell Norman, and Mrs.[ VI r- (

I tho FSU Recreation Department Ham- used for medical care of then* last "'k ordered the Florida:
Johanna Lohmann: of was Harvey: L Hill Si-, presiding (!- we

YOUR I HOME[ ? for this trimester. In burs, Germany, and :Mrs. '':j minister of the local' afflicted with birth defeats or --... -- -- Mrs. W B. Munry waR 111III.
to support rt's-arch
Olive Gregory of Galnonvill ,I can Iu'e/fa/ lion,
: FRISK: : Orlanrlo on Wednesday and spent the weekend with Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Ouv Andrew : to Inform rte )public, and to GATEWAYCHEVROLET
Thursday attending the Evangelistic
\. W. Anderson Sr. and Mr. and M''s. Ervln Andrews administer to the continuing

: INSPECTION.VW ( Conference of the Mr .and Mrs. Charles M. will leave Saturday to I needs/ of thousands stricken

Florida Baptist Convention! (In the pic-Sulk vaccine years ,
Fowler of Winter Park' were attend the Inauguration ceremonies -
ff/.itJMl..e'.r.&t Cpl. Ralph Moore of Tallahassee weekend guests of Mr and in Washington, D. C. by paralytic polio.A .
of the Highway' Patrol -
Mrs !I!?'rbert Tliomm. Sun- next weekFunds I: large percentaxe" of the

:;: !' K. Call !)Hi |.:.1ffi) :> I wan of last Mr F.'ldav and'D. !II day the Thomases entertained'with ) 'I' Ii i I monies raised In this cO1n'ySl:1yS
n family! dinner! AvailableFor : in this county Liint. yell
Spears. Jr.'MOTICE honor-I the local chapter rave 1480 ,
Itrf Mrs. R. A, Thomas
-- 1 88th birthday Other Crippled toward research, of birth dpI -

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin i ii I i I fects to the Medical. Center In
were !: Vets Children
: i Hooper mid family of ..Allanionic | O.iliiosvlllc: :: $183 was pont

Springs. j jMr. I'I M. T Dixon of till florlda': 'i to corrtxrl or Rlevlnti blrth'd" \ /
: TO SI/HSCIIfltKltS/ Of and Mrs\ Clarence Bcnff Department ot Veteran! Af- feels of phildren born in this SERVICE
foiintv.; $120 was spent on ,
of'wlitpl't'I'P' Prldayand : | furs, mated that there Is an
Independent Telephone Corp. (I Saturday greets, of Mrs. j jFrazlcr educational assUsIamre of Sill polio itlriita in this county: ThisVe k

: Of Florida Shaw They visited !I per month to children of vt'tel'p and $J:1: :! was npt'ft. on out Tune Up-| ft C> 1.-.Any .Make (

pa lIPllb. Two 8'l1olal'loohlOlll ar '
the Nuclear IIhl" S.IvllImah'
ns who are pernmtiently:
: If gnu hate' any changes you mint made In Jacksonville on Friday and totally dl('lIb''d from A available each year to st'iilonts ,- : $5.95 Plus Parts
!In the county who wish
: in your Telephone' Directory Listing/ l afternoon. servlc-e connected dlaublhty, Va
to study In the inrdk-nl field Front End Alignment)
T. H. Sluda 1:4: attending/ I
or who die while cllsmbled. "
: /
.'//C:.-II-iC Ail vine (iii.s Office in Starke liefore board The 8cholarshli committee Is
the executive nieetlnnof
. This provision of the, law
I made up of p' eminent local $5.95
JANUARY 29 1965 the National Liquified Petroleum I also authorizes extending the cHlp"!

.. Oaf Association ini j jChlcaco I ,period of time during which I I The loot! March\ of Dimes :1 Tune I7p-S C> I I. lgt'+A'A, ,a >. h .. ,w'. .''If.A
: Ill on Wednesday 1 j a handicapped! child inny receive IIII'\ ': WI# r .
I JP er/
: Independent Telephone Corp. nnd Thursday. special restorative trainIng board Is composed as follows: 1:. 7t' 'i --'': ,, Any MakeAny -

- or Florida Sheriff P. D. neddlah wai when such; an extension i iU Mrs. V J Spengler. Chapter .AloJel j G C<1 1.C Vz Ton i
. Prcaldrnt, Doctor J. W. Pa- 1963 Chevrolet \lIP .
In Wir.lilta. Kas, Init Wednesday | necessary to accomplish !
: 110( S. Thompson St. Starke. Flu.( tray Medical Advisor: OiorijrPlercB ", $7.95
to Saturday on busl-I HIP purpose of the wining j .. 5j 196 2 .IMCK-UI*
. rA
'i ilen'M Piiuy Shaller.' Lillian llscayne( I Hour 4
. aces urges all veterans godlnabled.
Pearson, and Mildred\ Puncher ILA\ 1'/11"/ i Brand Sear .faint
'! _. or widows' whose i Seckm; -All White
. -- --- -- -- I There! are three vacancies k 1'arl4 your< Choice of ('clotS.
. husbands! were so disabled at Straight Urixe K

. the, time of their hujbund's i, on the' board.Few I fyl. A Keal Well A, Item Tight Work MI.1

.. death, and who have children, l'eallae that every year: K !R lIor.-l.ot"t ,i of 4iI..
UNBELIEVABLE ptulomobile
In our country we" have a .
to contact their local. Veteran I.1, Life Left. 1a
I quarter of a million Infants .
County Service Offkvr, or :
I bornwith nertous dnfeots. A'
write to him at P. O. Bus:
SAVINGS! I least 30,000 are ntlllborn or : 995'OO
fit Petersburg: for further k5i951
I die of these: defects. To.ptlt It' 4
information on this educational .
another way this means that'
assistance I Complete" "
I one Infant of every 16 has a t5M'br' '.11d." : 4iiU4"I i#1 7
,, serious birth defect, and that G'.b. a. b tr PAINT
Test '
Applications I, about everv tenth Atnt'rlcal1'
Available Now ; family cxvrrlrnces the tensedy '
t 1 1I BODYnSIi0P
earl sutfering cauoed by

Applications for teats cov- i the bh.tlor a serious defec (I II fI'11

z zs I eying( the American History i live child Only accident 1 'I Free Estimates

and Government requirements I cause more! crippling In chll- I

1 of the Florida, State High i dren. ,\ Work

School Equivalency Diplomawill I I The statistics In arthrttl' : (Guaranteedr

be accepted at the Adult are also shocking( Fully elevenmtlllon I

Education office in the rear 1 Americans! suffer from j i "

of the USO Building Uu'ouah) arthritic dl-seame A fourth of

February 1Applicants 1 these are UT'lbll'or limited ,,

; must completethe In their ability to carry out 'I \ OLDS F-85

necessary forms and pay I normal sctlvltlos. A tenth. of! j, ( ;'1959 \ I, t

a fee of ,:before\ the- tests the victims of this numberare ]I +
can be administered.' | cripple In the nation or' MORRIS CONY.

Testing will begin PVbiiiary more than a million iixlivldu-! I ,

:3 at 7 p. m. In the Adult Education 'l ala, are confined to their. I 2Doori
Office. The Equivalency hones: or require help lit get -
t tHE
i \-11 TH\ImlT
Diploma! testa w 111 be flog around.
given during the week of Public contributions by the'! f ,\!. CLEAN C.\H t

Febiuary IS. Applications: will :l.r.1fcIt. Dunes rwii estub- f i
CLEARANCE 11 CLEARANCE be accepted through TVhru-" '1 llshed renters throughout the $19202Full

ary 8. Aaddlt'onal Information! j|, country to rive expert medical\ r e

Ladie.t & Girl's !\ & Hoy's/' may be obtained from Adult 1, rare for children with birth y 1 $1595-00

SWEATERS SWEATERSValues Education Director L II. Olb- defects, for people of all age' k Price .

1101awlicl.tlona. may be'' stricken with arthritis and> ,
: Values To 7..!t9!> To 11199) !)'!) dally from I 9 a m. to 3:30 p. foe. those afflicted with polio. \ mow gi .

m. i Flfteeii of these! !' centers also ,' -'
1 conduct research

cs Here. 1n our own local,

Bids On MailPassenger I Much of Dime money has .* "

established. 1 such a treatmentcenter -.n

Service > at the!' University of

1 silos t Nsdtitanhalos Being Accepted Florid Medical Center Some GATEWAYCHEVROLET
: Ir'' 11rrdbal / i 1 v 300 children! : In Florida with
Mrlpe ,
1 1L
(r t.alldri BIds are being accepted for birth dcfrcts, will get a chance

mall passenger service- from for a normal life because of

the Starke post office to the' this center Some' sao.OOO in

SAL depot. Bidders!' mat\ furnish research grants for research

i an inclosed" !, lockable in birth defects has. been

and waterproof' vehicle\ their ,, wanted: this center' Such
bid is accepted, and start facts make u
: service Further on Feb.information It and do National it a..alll--to: Foundation put birth Is out defects to. u.s. 301-North-Starke Phone 9643900'Closed

bid forms are obulnifcla (from and arthritic In the Bank Financing ,All Day Sunday"
the!' Starke post: office category of the' conouered!' a* I

it baj dose with polio.

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,JAN. It. 19B.1: BRADFORD convrr Tri.EflR\pn. ST.! -- ".oRm., AGB THREM !

r Ross-Cherry School PTA I St. 11ark'sVO'men "' ..). to atste. fir .rs "r John Slhl; r. '
I i j High .. .I.'U'' Klorlila, Applicant -1
Engagement ToldI To Hear JudgeJudge Install Officers nt, Us. n...m. n..IN" .10" 1 ?.la WITNK'lSb.Jl; : nobby, K !
III.-4 MAl'Kt\ Ailnliild* D. CI-M, "'
I I X lilt| at :
I I, and :Mrs. J. D. floss ol ,; Marlon W. flooding: : Mrs P J. Novak new president : t

Homestca 1 announce the en- Circuit Court Judge of time of St. MJik.s Ej i nipnl

I I gugement and approaching' Fourth Judicial Circuit of' Church Women. beg: k'l: her, To Be Given
matrtuge! of their daughter Florida out of Jacksonville, I ll'l"nlIondllY nUht In 1 thl I

Phone 961-0651; I Dorothy to Harold Cherry ot \will Mill on TIHMIHKO 1'l"ub-1 l'rtslt l | | house i "with :Mi &. R. E:

1 I llopklnsvllle. Ky. The wedding Feb. 6th
I will be an event of Saturday meeting next Tucadtiy night Other ii w otllsern tnclud' Saturday ,

Little Women WSCS And Guild "evening Keb :27 In the First at 8 pin in the school c. f- Mrs. UCM Hums, vlcc\ % prrM ,

Hear Judge Yawn I Meet Baptist Church, Starke. .terlnJuiiKO, drat' : Mrs. Wii.ui; Carter
Mlx.s ROHS has been Horn Vs ", HMllnjj(; h.ii, worked nooirtary.: and Mr. Hcrlirr j

Judge T. A. Yawn Jr. spoke I The Methodist' WSPS and Demonstration Agent In Bradford with crcn.igcis: since I I'-tol I Thomas, h'r.\ III'rr. Th- officers -

to the Little Women's CMb; I Wesleyan Service Oulld held 1 County alnce 1""! IS. Mr t'Ml' rI4Y when ho was appointd Ju\e- were Instftlli'rt Sunil.iy In L jI

Monday evening on the functions I their nnnmil joint m..ellnIn/ Cherry has a fare In Hopkins nile Court Judge of luivnl' the church nt U11 1m
vine Ky. where tho couplewill County Ho H a member of Cotnrniinlin arrvlre
: of the Juvenile Court. i Fellowship Hall Taeard!.ty evening I
). Judge Yawn brought out I make. their home. the (First baptist Onirch. Coin m litres wr np::|>oli>tet

)that self confluence: and, self Mrs F. fl OlmMeid. president No Invitations are being Issued tr Jacksonville, president' of tho during' the l hunliiN s session.hl .

; respect are the two most Important of WSCS served, as moderator but all friends and relatives I board' of .10111'''''','. and 1 lIa-, < h was lollnwi by i 1\ soi'la'

standard! for youth! I and Introduced I those of the couple are Invited : tl"t Sunday si-hool' leather Hola hour

: to live by. tie noted that you taking part on the rrofjrnm; to attend ,, a mumbcr of the hn.u'd, of The nrxl imvdivi. << \ will bi,

can: judge' a youth's actions I Mrs Nelson Green opened the '?'it 'fi I .1a ayr r 1 triiMteoi for thot.II'II..t\ llonin held Feb. R In th.III. \ rlh!

and thinking by the way h" meeting with a d'votlonil: and fur children< and! a trustee of house with !\f"" turllle Dwvl\

I dresses and his personal! ap later led the group In singing/ Nursing Council the H.iptist. Memorial lloipltnl Ant, Mrs Hoibcit.. Thomas. a

pearance. He stressed to the arrompanie I by Mrs. L. J. Met MondayThe I ro-hoitCMCS.
Little Women :Member! and griesti. will no
not to be like Green/ t the piano.
I sheep following a lender but Members of Circle Two Bradford County Public I privileged: to hear Judge.. <1o,
be an Individual. There wouldbe Mrs Nell Andrews, Mra. O. \ Health/ N'll'"lng Advisory I talk on thin tlnielv tople UDC Mcetrll 1 [:

less delinquency If the I.. Ilavnes; Sr. :ltr!!. O KHernwnll Council hell Its monthly urlng the so< III hour lefipshinenld At Davis Home

youth would stop running In' Mid Kate Strtith meeting Monday at the Oar will be nerved. by

packs: He asked the opinion Mrs Henrietta' Hunt and :MrsI den Restaurant. Mrs P O. r the tenth grade mother The. W T. Vreka' chapter

I of the Llttl. Women If they :I Bertha Pearce, presented a hl- Felon presided over the business .. title, met nt the home ofMra

i thought that If the names of'I| llarlou.1 aklt on how not to session" BrownW Circle: U A. f Oivls on Wmlnea YOU CAN WIN !

the offender were publicized :|| conduct a circle meeting A Reports were given by vnr Met Tuesday day afternoon. of lust week

In the papers there would bei I Bible question and answer foes members on the volunteer with Mrs. Jim. Hill Wllllims

less' delinquent youth. The I game was also enjoyed. servlcof the loan closet The llrownleo Clrclo of the and 1111... W. ..... Glenn aa ..... the IIdo".4I'
) lhe .\\\'i
law states that of and 1 nur&ln service -
name ju- I Refreshments were servedfrom I First. Dept int Chiinh met lit hostesses.. 1)oggteain
Venlle offenders bo withheld'from The physiotherapist( with, r
an attractively appointed -
i I 7-30,: o'clock Tiies.luy night at Arrangements. of ('lIn..III..I'IIIn.1 ..'
/ the public. The club: t table covered with a cutwork the Health Department Mrs (the( home of Mrs.' Him" Painty red: ,
Linda Cox Weds James D. Simmons and ahitc I1.Ilrnlll..n"
members were almost. unanimous )I and lace cloth and centered I Cuslc. gave helpful Information IIr.Vllllo Mae/ Denton
with and stock" were used at fREE giant..plushHush
In favor of publicizing with a tall brass container about equipment. needed In Gainesville Ceremony January 7 point
ro-howtess. of .
'is In the I Jiiivla' home
the names In the papers with I holding yellow ..nllp'dr"ltonll during the discussion I Mra. W. A. Ifoprnn clrrli- fur, (Iho occasion., Th lea tnhle.

the feeling that If the names mums and pompoms Copies of the Council's' bylaws -I The University Method let I at the bases. Cutting the cake .lender. /announced,I Hint,, th' In the stifling "0"1wa... :
were made public there would The hospitality committees and brochures were. distributed Church In Gainesville was the were Misses ROHU and of Ch.inRo" will centernl
1 ""ok.Vlnd" with a haiiiliomo, .
be lean delinquency. At the ,I of the WSCS and Guild served -I to each member' present setting for tho marrl. e of Moore, aunts of \the brldoMiaaes I he taught at the ihiirch on of rrd. nrrangement ipp1CS
conclusion of hit talk a question aa hostesses.Luncheon Mla Linda.. Carolyn Cox I Beverly and Judi, I Feb. 21 starting. at 4i:: p.m. !Mrn. Fl:. .K whitecmru'lllns.

and answer period! was It was pointed out that as a daughter of Mr.. Kddle: Lee Simmons presided, at the punch wilt bo served. during TVrrv SOFT CUDDLY YOU'LL LOVE ITI!
I Supper man president'
Given 1 memorial In licit of flowers, Cox and the late Mr. Cox of I table which was covered. with prelbh'd l | | 1I 1I| easy to Win Just Rt fttitar- No Purchase Necessary.
held.MlMf I Intermission I Iho silver cuffuntil. .
Elaine Strl. kland donations' mar be sent to the Starke. to( James Douglas: a late cloth and rl'n'' 1..1. | with I was presented. ten sir
president conducted For Mrs. Brown Nursing Council.! bowl I ..," the meetIng Simmons son of Mr. James 1 a punch ni I.o MrllI.! A. Payne who vire.At
by .
re l'erryntii> eonducledthe .. -----------------------------
and Miss Martha Itollln- Franklin Slmmona and the win. a garland nf : oily androue of u three purlseries

mother MM. H. O Bolllnger. surprised. at a birthday ADK Luncheon The double-ring ceremony Lira.' John Mllli, rod Mice I devotional WiilU, f.i .ery give" the ,devo.tlimat .

who gave the devotional. luncheon In her honor Tllell" Ifn Jacksonville was performed by llevThaxtnn Sara Osborne kept the bride's iea."and,The prayer opening win given Mrs' I.. U. Powell ____ _____ ___n. _

Mica. Strickland asked for.ltggectlona day In the Pecan Room of Springfield, pastor" Ixxik. and assisting li ..rrvingwere historian presented l n pro-
!Mrs (K: C. Long.After
.' for money making the Gnrden Restaurant givenby i Mra. Martha Pellum Mrs. on Thursday. evening Jan. 7, Miss. Sharon llrnnessy.MM l by the business ."-11..10". pram, on the live of 1 I.."%. Street _

projects: ao they can finish :Mrs Paul Htitchlnfl. Mrs Lucille Payne Mrs. Willie at 1:30: p m. llenee Moore, Mr. Tyler and a ..01'i,1 hour Juilison' 'nivl Maiiry, whose City Stat t,_ ____

decorating the powder room Olin White. Jr Mrs Robert !Mae\ Il<-nton. Mra Ruth Fr.tier .- The altar of the church was Jo-ios, and Mr. J. .. Gentry. program.. lilithdiiyH/ fill In January
Barksdale. ant, Mrs. Freeman was enjoyed.Ladies __ ______.
of the club. Two committees :Mi-, (Ernestine: Me Rae. banked with palms, forming a After spending a Imo, time I Telephone

were appointed to present Register Jr. and. Miss Mailge :Mlddleton background for pedestal bait-. with their guest. fie couple -, .
Ideas at the next, meetingMlsa The luncheon table was/ ,attended! the Alpha .lucite I lap Meta of white chrysunthomiims : left on a wvd.>.llni; trip to MUST ,-Hi.III,"hs'r" Ihsn nr re.i-v......tla...It V Mrs Ill". h.II .s) .

Marian Green vice- centered: with a lovely phra- I pn sorority hln.h.on. / January pompoms snsp.lrngnnsand South Florida aft ir which I 1:11 Jl. I JtMM I
president and program rhalr-/ Id of and n In the Klaglcr/ room of carnations. .and white taper 'th"y will reside;. .nt ''t-1in: HW Have Escorts atSCREAMORAMA
ni arrangement pink
man. Introduced) the speaker white gladioli. and! "111 mil. The the !Remlnolo' Hotel.! .* In branched] candMatira, 13th street' Utdnenllc,, The N..I, I It hereby" II It,nlven HIMI. j

The teacher's honorary organization Mra Wlrtala. of r'I'.rllYlI1e.: i' i I bride shone fur It iv< 'Mng\ t I. Jollll Mll.ll-V. .who,. WSII eon.
.. honoree was presented. with a Delta t Or. Hohcit Orson royal. blue wool an I with a I ....t.1' In h,. i'I r..nil. i'01111. .r
Alpha Organist
Mooly Kap
/ Inr.
iliilf 1'nu'tl.v. H'.il.U. in. ,in
and Diane birthday cake and gifts from mink collar sad nia'iliInK Iu' ,
Hardy nerved re pa. Is a sorority of comparatively of Gainesvilleniluist.. and Hinln' bra Hi. i..f. A M inn 1
fr "hment. In the aunroom her hostessea.' I recent orgnlxallon l Due Mica Marsh Costa. of !MlPetentburg I cesenrlea, coni.lemr .itixl' *llli 11 I i ..... 1soft/ nI of I III* nrli'jme. .. ....r Miir.l i In. RtarkVrt Jo'l&l4h) Inn I>iuliiiRCe
I I will ''i ,* 'k. .1.1"1.. | ) for Klrnl I'.wr.. ,unit. r.l,
to Ita rapid growth last/ October rendered nuptial. a white awrclluait: t roar cur- .in\ .ilililh ,usili by &111'..... lh.reri>r t.. I.if,. will niM'ly rut f. i
U the State. :Meeting In music. sng*. I I

Daytona Ileach It was voted (Kd: 1 Ablngton of Orlando

I 'I.>
iLLEGARMOORS I' lr-.ct The local group la a part Usher were f> "uglaa Hell. '

nt district two with six mem- Dr. Htcven (!tlman and lir Sees Antique: 1\\ I

bum from the Alpha Uamma Richard Plater. all of Gaines t//
Mrmlx-r of the 11.\< 1... diem: !
. of EUrke VII I..
Chapter attending .
Phi aororlty heard nn enll/ ht
the luncheon. The bride given." In marriage and: "
enlnatalk on
\ ANNOUNCES The meeting wa. conductedby by her brother-in-law cI" 't.,
Bradford Conn-
Mr. Sara Rova, district Karl) Norman, of Jacksonville!, ty tile Monday history nUht Mra. Billy SUrho'a, F ahfor Tx-adcr 'g'f.'g/ .. .".." ...........&1. f

\ ANOTHER SERVICE TO i halrman Mra. Clarice vanll., I was lovely In an Imported" fowling spoke to he group 1 a,,

State chaplain led In an In- Alencon luce over taffetn regular meeting r ,
'plrlnj devotional. and. Mrs. gown featuring a 'iMor waistline held at the home of Mra U..nMoxJf'

\ COUNTY Pearl Illgham: / of Ix-eahtirg.. and a wide .h..1. train \\ :
: ;
..., .. . ''
Slut President was guest The I bodice! was. style l with .a Illustrated her .. -
Mra fowling< t-IT ,,
,t .
ipe-aker portrait netkllne oiitllnml wllh) |' f 1.11e with e ample! .* of matorI ;". ..........,-.,... .....

\ flowers and
Elks SupperThe Iwicn and flowers slit,I- : dating bark to 1804. '

dot l with .pesrls were also'csttere.1 I-gal documents picture. and, I If .;. \1;

Free Estimates rik club will hold. IId. fin the full nklrt. ) other source material. Following 'J' :1.. ,.'. r !

.k clapper and! part at the The tiered l fingertip veil of her talk she answered. l If., ;t

.' All Work GuaranteedOur luster' hall ,;..IIIr.t.." night for! liisUm fell. from a lace 11-I, ouestlona from members of "' :1/: / 4
m nltri' w.v. ., and guests with K /Hoped pearl| e<" the( "sorority

Monday.. ,evening (I. M I IO and Irldewrnt' pHlllrtlea Che Mr.. Paul, Tanova .served. l .a* v Q \.rdk: t

Sales Department Will Remain .i TomniK Lewis. M.JlI| carried a cascade of hrl/ 11 11Stt4& 11p
"iirle> Ji I and Kobhle Rhnlid rows and stephannlla with ,

Open Thursday and Friday Nights '; Hi ''.1..I ka I..Mlgci prays nf holly District 13PWCoinmitlcR

For Your Shopping Convenience. neat' 'h. rt irl>U State Klk: Mr Kurl Norman .served l VI

1"rt :.h.1. >n hi* mill ''AI) '''1.<11I her ulster' .. matron of honorIn Meets

i the Northeast. District! a light rouse satin fkxir (I
I Members of the nominating" .
length dress' featuring aarimped '
: comrnltleti of Hint rut' .I..t t the
neckline The dim
Florida, (Federalion. of lll'WClubs "
skirt .and. overskirt fell from ,I
met l'Iu".II'' .11l..rn..nat
an empire,, waistline" She mrrie.l .
.1 I the home of Mr. Nateflysl u 1 1TONI 1s
a cascade' of holly and" ,
on lUmplon Uike' The' s
ap'avi, of rouse carnation
HUrkc club has nomin J"i,11| p
Ml** Alice llolllnger andMl
Mrs f iNwtjihy, MlllM-rxer of
'. to"'rthll'I1.n"' of Kmr -
Green Cove a. theireandklnle .
r >la and Mia Jerry M.iyrrof .
1 for Assistant. "' IHs-
SAVE Hi' I .t..rwhtrllt'. served n.M .* TODI] r
(Irhrt tureclor. she, la 1'"m..l.l
1..maida t In gowns Identl- ,
Past President 10' the '
,1 ,in the honor attendant'sin .
r'"f I deep rose! They carried! rade .- fttarke .'lub. Marvelous way to blossom into Spring J

The club of JacksonvilleNorth
of "
with ,.arrangement.. satin streamer All Jacksonville. : lUstlng. ,..pick o wardr'bbe of TONi TODD 4 %
and c'r I Macc-lenny. O.lnJllIYlllfI.; .Lake
the attendants wore matching I42

L::,. hdfiere| of satin coronet' City ralde.Jacksonville. Rlva-Tnwn.Mesrh. and Itiv, pJow+moker+I They're young, natural &1 1t
ttrtn rlrculsr veil '
Mr bit ch.-: for her Starke were represented t totally feminine and hove that built ; ::

:; Y daughter' wedding a blu.lar. I

? t ; / arum chiffon dress with a Methodist Church in bonus of easy-care. croase-r.sistant ,

Dm skirt and chiffon overskirt -
HAVE Schedule' | for the week
: 11J
With this ah* worematching Hchool4i DACROtf' polyester, .
Sunday Church
acresaorle, ant t a :
pink sweetheart" rose corsage | e a m Morning Worship

Mrs Simmons" moHI..r..f I' It a in Snack Wupyer for.

the:. 'hampagn.. MYK. 9 p m. Youth MeetIneja. c

;:;: ; Q hive Tarried Mmrort I d:30 p. m Ctiurrhwlde
,, <><> a h rt word* csm help% jro lace and satin sheath complemented
Mission Study. 7pm -
with aeeth -
and aecurily, ..... worry, greater inirndcmx: Allan NATIONAL, a pink. Monday. WemU-yan. ftiibdlstrlct -
*rt rnee eonug i
individual who control his mn future .wise MYP barwiuet in First
r IT AN KLINTMmrr A reception Wall held In tho :,
advice from Benjamin Franklin Thrift i* a part r.ur'h fellowship hall where Methodist. Church. hake City \
WednesdayChance! Choir
of food living the time-hcooml American way.' Oa SCTVANCK M,n. Lul. Jlennett and Vfra 1 rehearsal. 7, 30 p m PrayerMeeting Coat Dri:""H." Colorful I'tislfry l Priiiln] (Micron Avril ) ,
H ibrrl Carton greeted guet
Whatever your foul 1 our modem arrvicoi can bolo JANUARY 17-23 7 30 p m
at the. door The .nail wa atractively | Thursday Morning TelIwwahlu "I'ink; flit.,. '"r ("r-n. '12 t M 2O"; .121 f j ,in '""' ... .fl
you to "MV' and bave: Come in aoon. ( decorated with ar- ...
Oroup rrweU \InLadles
rang.m.nta of gladioli< pompvnTi -j
: Bible Classroom 9 30) '
and mum.. only the look is expensive .
a m. Children's Choir practice.

first Federal Savings and Loan The with"",,,a, '.lace taM cloth was featarrtg overlaid -- I .IS p m $$11.99TII1RSDAY }

\ decoration* of holly and' .
Recent Births
_' roee carnation: The three .11___ J "L "'I
'' 'f .. 1 A .J --- --
of Starke
Association !
tiered columned" wedding cake nrsdford :
County lfueplt.41nnoanc
I In the center of the table. was
*. tn. rni"lng rxrth
SAVINGS IN BY THE 20TH EARN mboto-t' with, white and redtopped Mr and Mr William T JUDO in jOY1Jory jllbileQ
ruse and topped with .
; Jackson Jr lit...... a sun
FROM THE 1ST. a miniature bride and groom Thomas Gregory tan aIfr
Planking I, the centerpiece
and Mr lwn !....: et? .
sliver; randotaora with whiteapers >, ... ...,, --"" ..r
SEE; .\n EI SKUHEKR; : I IN THIS I ISSI'K<; ; ON fKEE: (;IPf9 ',( with rliwters.. nt 1&/.11. fftjrke am Mi,. har) Loran j ___ 1 -. .. .. 11. II r "

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FLORIDA" Tut"n" !;D.\V JAN u. inosnm :
\CoF. FOUR BR\orono rocvnr TEI.KORAMI.: sTAtmr.
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On Falcon's LayupTornado RECREATION NEWS I

t V.el, i ir five Baker 48-46 !,

-.w... w Edges County I

|II MIDGET BASKETBALL 1 1I invited and urged to attend.
i The Recreation Department I[ DOLL SHOW

-.-, Coach Bob Paine's fig hUng' capers evened theirht record. The locals led all the I Is in the process of organizing -', Registration Friday, Jan

I record lit 4-4 Saturday nig: when they edged Baker way with a 17-12 first period JV Quint the Midget BaskJtball' 15. 3 to 5:30: 1>. m. Saturday

'ier. f+ County 48-46 with a basket t in the final 30 seconds advantage on up to their 12 league. Jan. 16, 10 a. m. to 12 noon.

Trailing four points, 46-42, in the closing moments point winning margin. I Beats Perry; The program II being! ex- Public Showing Sunday.
McLeod was the leadingscoter panded over last year so that Jan. 17. 2 to 4 p. m.
... t of the contest the Baker fi've closed the gap with two In that wn: too with Loses Twice more boys will be able to ar-I j GAME ROLESThe
baskets and had chance to tie the after the
/ u game 21 ,points, Falcon had 11 tlcipate. There will be two: Recreation Departmenthas

--. final bell, but missed the ne-aml-one charity basket points, Reddish and centerOe'ie leagues this year with the printed rules for volleyball -

w Guard Donald Falcon, off his game in recent contests, Pass 9 each. Akrld'je 8.1 Bradford llljh'i Junior varsity 30- possibility of nine teems within shuffleboard, and table

--.. proved to be the Tornadoe,*' salvation Saturday with and sophomore( Joey Reese 4. cagers drubbed' but Perry lost to the two leagues. One leagues | tennis available for the ask-
19 Friday night! I i
-- I his regained shooting eye Fighting gamely Friday' against : Live Oak 39-45 and Baker i' wit! consist of boys 10 and 111| ing, so if you would like to

"" Coach Bob Pain,'s i'.nnunscagen I a Perry squad with 27-31 last week, to years of age, and the other!! know more about these activities
::: I County
clock Coach Paine sent his three men taller than the!!
i of Just drop by the office
league 12 and 13 !
.. V ;!! evened tVir record at their record at 44. years all
MII i even
wide rotating -
4-4 Saturday night when they Tornadoes into a biggest Tornado, poach led Coach A boy may play if he becomes and piJt ur>>> a copy This is
1-- offense in d"p? court to N i Paine'3 five stayed in the Paul McLeod 10 old before( Just one, of the many services
Table] Tennis Champs !1 edged; Baker County 48-46 Ernest Barnes' charges over years
H the
open up the middle with /game until the closing minutes ottered the Recreation De
with a basket in tha final 30 I Macclenny with 12 point ,: Mracli: 1 Ha may not play if i; by
.. score knotted at 46-46 ay The locals trailed 10-13 .
he reaches the age of 14 before partment.FEBUlTAltV
i seconds. White had 8,
Pictured above are the I ship of the Midget division. Macclenny fought for the ball at the end of the first period, while Bobby March 1 1. I
m Trailing four points, 40-42 Mayton
I Jrnlcr I>lvlt. lon to his left Falcon but led 24-27' at halftime. Robert Dyal 5, Andy
Tennis Cutting
*> Champlona of the Table <<: > I | MEN'S:> \SKETIHM-
in the closing: moments of the I 1 fledj 4, and David Silcox 1. SI'ECI.ILOUT
*" Tournament held last Paul Mel/pod won the closed took a pass and suddenly zipped Perry outscored the | There will bs a men's basketball -
contest the Baker five 8
had pointsfor
week at the Recreation Cen I championship, of the Junljr the with two baskets and up the middle' for a dramatic d I team 17-7' in the third period. I II Ellery Beard > meeting at the Recreation -
Rap Baker County. *
: terProm left to risht-Ed I Division by defeating his driving lay-up with the I however, as the Tornadoes i imlH Center Friday Jan. 15. PU.MI
tla the -
had a chance to ; game I Live Oak the Tornadoes
Cole. Senior Division; Paul brother Wayne 19-21; 21-19 crowd:! on its feet a? the tension I ed on long shots, seemingly gave SERVICESEPTIC
a j liner the final ball, but missed : 45.39 beating on theBulldogs' at 7:30: p. m. All men interested
Division and 'and 2118. swelled. The little guard I unable to work the ball a
Junior ;
McLeod, in in league
: I the one-and-one charitybasket. home court last.Tuesday playing a are T.'tKSSD
... Larry McLeod Midget: There was one game in the drove so hard he piled into a in close to the basket. TrailIng !'
Donald Falcon,
.. lon first round with Paul McLeod I Baker man after the shot anda 41-34 going into the final) | however. even GREASE; THAI'S
off hU game in recent contests foul was called. r period the )locals finally beKan j though McLeod had 14 points
-e Midget\ Division refcatins Ronnie Baker 21-7 charging:
proved to be the Torna- Morgan Retires Bradford Septic Tank
and White 12.
foul shot i to close but time I
and 2115. The one-and-one waa against -
:\ Billy iviyncK defeated: JIm- In the semi-finals: Paul Mc- I does' salvation Saturday with rule) was in effect and hadBaiter's them. The Tornadoes were barely ,, From Prison & Dirt Hauling Co.
and :21-
my Crosby 2115. 0-7 his regained shooting eye. edged out 31-27 by Baker
: Leod defeated John adorn Steve porterfield McLeod made two buckets I'hon (Hi933llI
12 19 to eatn a b.>rth in the Falcon put the Tornadoes; County Saturday when L. After 30
.. 22-20:! ; 18-21 and 21-16. made the free shot he would 4 and Reddish and Akrldge oneeach I years '. U. BKc .."
semif1'ials.v : back In the lead in the closing rebounded and made
Wayne McLeod defeated Tom- have gotten another With to Perry's lone two Wil'lam, Henrv Morgan, of I ;>,.> Heights. Flu.
Larry McL"odefeated:! I seconds of the per an easy lay-up w'th two min
the crowd still standing Port- points and the Tornadoes
Talley 21-6 and 212. ,
Terry Minx 21-9 and 21.17for ; my iod, and then sank the winning utes left in the game to give Route L. La A ley,, I iHliel Tues
: wild
Senior Division. erfield missed and a worked< to within one point.
the seml-flnala. basket late in the fourth I Iftllllrter. lead. Macclen- day after almost 30 ;years: of
.. a berth In : Ed Cola defeated Delano scramble for the ball enRul'd.The 43.42 with about four minutes I Baker a 29-27 I,
.. McLeod Tornadoes were continuous: employment at
finite Larry came
In the : ny's final two points
Thomas 21-19; 14-21 and 21- ball was knocked out of to "0, but Perry playedtheir '
:. defeated Billy Myrick: 21-14 trailing four points, 33-31: Just as the final buzzer sounded. the State Prison
official ruled and
17 for the Championship of bounds! and the game cooly pulled I'
.. and 21-13 for the Champion- with 1:40: left In the third Morgan was employed continuously ,
.. the Senior Divls'on.: that Starke should:;! have possession I away as the Red team pressed !
since March 1936.
period when Falcon steppedto Starke had a two point advantage -
I of the ball. them.Perry. .
: uww In the a-tnl-flnals Delano the free throw line and "Starke', \\'uyunnuike 'JelA'1 going into the final and !before that was employedfor :

!'Thomas: defeated II. A. Mc- 1 sank two bin: ones.A Another scramble ensued .. a wierh effort LIt I Ji<* killed\ the Tornadoes period but Macc'lenny's T most of 1926 and 11127 Hi i
I Leod 21-18: and 7-0 Ed Cole and a foul was called onStarke.s with lay-ups aa the Red five
Jiu>i|>H higher than tile tallest 23-23 celebrated his 70th birthday !I
technical foul was calledon tlauleraon tied It at
I Wayne McLeod as went out In an effort to get a'i
defeated Jim Temple 21-12 .
\\Vin man on. the Perry truiii last | also on Tuesday.
the Baker coach and the the period (opened.!
and 2113. Everyone drew the final buzz r sounded. Baker the ball. The (game ended 52- Bobbyl Charley
.. Friday night: to. grub a r'- l'!
the locals
guard another White put
byes in the that round of plucky got had another chance to 44 with Perry making 40 percent j,
//1 pUy charity shot and made it tie the score with a second bourail. the Ki-il" tram lont to of their shote against! 201() 1 1pel' the lead 23-23 with a basketfiom I theMe question mine only uppositlons. -
w A three straight points, and thescore Perry 52-1 hilt beat I.Isehak ] tbe middle of the circle E.
one-to-one ,situation but th'shot cent for the Tornadoes Why not get thin
.. stood at 35-34, Baker. (18-CU and Baker County IIIh| but Biker's Beard again knot- '. 'i
.. 'tom bounced! off the rim and Big Pete Sealy was high mangy I controversy out in the op nand
Keystone Tops The Tornadoes rebounded: breath{ whistled from the 18-40. for the. game with 24 points i ted the score with two free | see the people on the real- Johns

g Pile Maeclenny missing the basket, throats of the excited specta at the end of the content for Perry. i shots. i ities concerning the whole of

Melrose/ 83-58 and Flacon brought the ball tors.The Forward\ Wayne McLeod also Wayne McLeod had 18 Paul McLeod r-hounded ani | the community? I do not know I I about. this question:

rM InKOCII downcourt for BHS. Stopping score was tied 14.14 at stood out for" the Tornadoes points for the Tornadoes' and 1 bucketed< : a lay-up but two I Ilinker's whether
Gary Cooper pumped in 31 Just inside midoourt. the lit- the end of the first period scoring 23 points, twice ai Greg Reddish 17, but the< more charity chances by I' cause, but for, sure the people '"The'old weather last'

point Tuesday night to lend tie guard pumped a long and Coach Paine opened the much as guard Emmett scoring punch ended there. i iI P. DyiU tied it again i should be appraised! of what I Is winter raided havoc with

Keystone Heights' to an 83-H!\!! I I arched shot that ripped the second quarter with all hli Akildxe who had 11 points at 27-27. Kirkland gave Biker happening to them.Sincerely automobiles plumbing and

bislcetball: victory over Mel nets. The long shot gave theTornndoPS regulars on the bench with for second high man. Warren !I I John Dyes Invite thl'"Innlnll ed TrN 36-35 lead and )lay-up with less than two I heating. systems" !'" etc.!' )Does'
w rose in the Melrose a the exception of forward Oren I
gym. contributed four points and I I Herbert S. Sellers Jr.
CASH : Stefan Brokaa supported brought the wildly excited I Reddish. Uacclcnny used the Falcon( seven big ones. I Friend To View minutes on the clock and I P S. Another thought on thaj the Charley E. Johns!' Agency -

Cooper's performance with 18 crowd to its feet.! advantage to open a nine Falcon drew praise from I Camellia Garden I II Elmer Crews got the extra stand. of elected official: Everyone / offer a free survey

points Bruce Moon' had 12, Tension mounted! again 'In point lead, 25-16 at one point, Coach Paine for hli coolnessand two points as the buzzer who due not openly oppose of insurance! poliries., to he

N POT end Tommy Trlest and Bill the closing! seconds of the but Reddish and Jeff War McLeod was touted for I Mr and Mrs!! John B. Dye \ sounded this school, by his silence! certain that all cold weather !' -
\ face
Thf-ls scored 10 each. fourth period 1\11 the locals a t- ren each scored a basket as his lay ups which kept the of Fort Lauderdale and sanctions: It. The voter will hazards are!' adequately !'-

: No I'UIM to Solve Notlv E J. Beck and Kenneth torn ped a freeze to preserve the period ended to !get within Tornadoes: in the content I Klngxley Lake. Invite their 'I II Santa Fe at home tomorrow not forget thin insured against?*'
M to"rlte, No to nlaht" 'IFrlday] at 6'30( p. m, :
Ing Stamps their load. Bull mis-
handling half-
Tomllnson led Melrose with four points, 25-20 at The Tornadoes downed Live I friends to view the several! i
-. Lick, No ObllKatlim, JuOonio I: end will travel to Oroen" CoveI I I
tnkes' however cost them the time.
: 22 and 18 points respectively. Oalc 62-50: In a road game i hundred camellias now in Charley E. Johns
In Fch'I't'I( or; David. :! Wlls-m: also chipped in ball and the lead but Falcon I i Falcon's basket gave the last Tuesday for their second bloom In the gardens at their I I II I I Spring next Tuesday. January MAN or MOUSE?

Se\'rral Times, a"Day unil (let' with 10 for the losers. once again came through Tornadoes a. 36-35 third' per- Florida Star, Conference vie I Klngaley Lake' home. Friendsare i iI ,i 19. for a 7 p m. contest. i Find Out Agency
Your 111KE: ('uoh Lot"TI'kei.
: Keystone took a 10-11 leal when It really counted. tad! lead and his driving lay- tory ovrr the Bulldou thismnjpn I Invited to call Sunday I 131 S. Walnut St.

.. at the end of the first period With lit\ upronds left on tit lip lave CTXfn the. game'4846Jun. gibing them a 3-2 loop afternoon Jan. 17, from :2 I ti See Screamorama!tI
(Ms school we have been' far PHONC 9G1-0201
: fast Week's Winner and expanded It to 47-27 ot t '" I 5 o'clock.
too complacent In this fleM
half time with a 23-polnt second 1 Mrs. Dye the former Susie I i
CallJe ininey; problem at the root. Youth
= Light Berry I nut this I Is another nubj ct. If
quarter spurt I, should 1 learn. their, (rude at I Dell Blanchard of t.Hwtev 1 ",.<. can afford anything toward
Cash Pot' NOW Melrose was victorious In the business sail the camellias are now in I I
Yield Seen that they will education the first consideration The Starke Church of Christ
the B game, defeating Key- I eventually earn their living! full bloom( and l that she and:! ,
: should be to pay
= $25.00 stone 29-10.! / For Present or nhnulil 1 be trained. at the Mr. Dye would like< to share''I II our teachers the salaries that bad: ; .MacMahon St.t

I f high school" level It they choose i their beauty: with their i i
JiinlHy nriifti. .. end Qualify I Mends. they no richly deserve for
I and If I
they attend Mh school
J"re"'rl.U"n" | Bi-rvlco at Deluxe Champion 8, 196A( : I The ; : their contribution' to our *.}- INVITES' : YOU TO IIEAU:
problem with the first
ti KOCU' '[ina'c.s FIKST: I.KVR TUCKS [Continued From Paw Onel Door Mr. Matthews. : that the rompll'l..1 lety. Do we not have the rightto
lava Your Next It* oiled l I It doesn't' Luke real l. hard union have put a I the price of almost the answers to some ofthese
2nd Tire Vt Price buyer and the grower" they minimum wage on .trainee. ?
N ATKOCH'S !nodal rpail/imtm" nnd questions
When You. H.iy: iHt Tire I said. thinking to realize what (odo too high for the business to'I rl'I'aJlKnm..nt I The Herald Of Truth
don't of the elected
I of attitudes? j some
: At about a problem 'if
lejt. l'rlc-I'lu. Tax you i with hecniui
i Cronkhlto said that stamps, cope' when the I official get of the fence
I have Mr. Novak .
I the problem. Where the sum that he
NsFREE DELIVERYw Firestone Store I pads and ink aravailable at person Is trained ha) U free togo nnJ commit themselves one
1 hoped that thl
Unemployment, la high the work community Sunday !J:f)1)1.: .
I.I : to for the
the Starke State competitor or the other? Up to now
.I school drop-uuts are significant \ would be 1\( model and accept i iIt'
.. Market for growers Jo beginto if he chwias.' In this) area I have heard only suppositions WPXE 1490 KCALVAREZ
.. lit number, and the environment the unions rBitponalblllty ant provethat
use the lot numbers. have not boon able from the Therefore
Meals For Less AtBUCI'S Under the system pachgrOWl'r out ot the mainstream to jet; off the grounU therefore the adjustments could be proponent l i
: Better -- of society prevails, civic and the I mail, within the framework of I!
will have as many prublam hud not
the law ..... w-w
stamps as he wants but be economic lenders are unxloiia ohown/ itself to anextent. : .the l.ind Whoirrcuponxlblltles .....JII. _" _a_ _
each so to take advantage of any solution hero I wouldn't
Identified under yet There In the ominous
that the numbers can be used to these lilt. But, how threat. now that the president dare assume the non.irilllt

\ ,! to identify his beirlus. In till name of (common sense 1 t will get the repeal of lea. of a community. that: I was 1

A. A Brunette Federal can you put this area In that Sec. Kb of the T"n.u.uU.y. foreign to Just mveal) "months

category? How can you decide ago. Will Mr: Novak bs required
State Inspector for this season LIlan,1\ the lncrt... of the
Btatr that this problem that to stay here after this
at the Btarke\ minimum unite to offset thiN
introduced you tloscrlbc fatten ureAl school In. li\ operation: Most
Farmers Market was '
: GROCERY & MARKET atlvnntnge. Thin was a partof '
r wM ,! at the Lawtey meeting. threat to the economic woll- the platform of the' Jcmocrat.s ) ;' of us will because of our em

Growers were told that. labor being; of our nation, when no and the people have pllJ'ment.V.* were either

: Grade "A"FRYERS is now available at the many other threats! outweighIt / given the platform: their overwhelming {I i I raised here or we chose to

w Labor Camp. The trucks have beyond comparison? The their make thin. our home becausewe

: LB. started coming In, and will real threat. to the nation that vote last approval Novrmtier.. by I ran I liked' It ho<-eVe ,did, not

u 29C continue. I derive. from your description remllly !nee thut thl area" will come here xo we cnuklhang..

( Whittle commended the ( In the moral decline itfoster. become one of those" you describe i It. Pit these questions against 71 S rf 0 Ii E

S SHOULDERS LB. Marketing Committee for .. I contend, that the an- ns undesirable. In time.I I the proponents die Will Ihl roJt

: their assistance to the market. swer to,this problem In a public I can readily, see that In I school of such magnltuile, ,

Buyers on hand now to awakening to \the religious ,i I work In n community thl .
purchase strawberries at the principle. that have brought/ (tile near future there will be :|i sire? Will thla school reilh I II

M Half or Whole Sides-Not Sliced Starke market are Bernard thin country thin. fur. Where two to tike the place of every (I; reach the boys you dem-rlbe" |,* S [

SMOKED{ BACON LB. 29 Peal, of Chadburn, N. C.: David the churches nr! working 'tray you put In IL school like I!, Will\ this type school repute. J .

BrownlnBrown Inn Pro- earnest undesirable environments thin. Let ua learn at leant : the one we have at Marlnnnn *

r duce, Starke: Morris Carter, are on the decline. l nn something from what we read I What. I III wrung with the one 9ot '

: Starke: and I.. M.. Norman we substitute the love ofmoney and ace> cUlly If this motivation I M. rli,'nna. ? Do ,thev, .p-'t' \

ALL and Sons Miami and Starke. and worldly goods for of the proponent o( this.!I their trnlni'.'s an allowance ,aiMurlnnna J i ,

:: STEW\ LB. 59c the love of god l to produce a enilt-ivor III| humanitarian. '' ? Po they pay the ,, e '

.. desirable environment? A poor what are they giving of their''' parent of the boys itt Mnri 1 ",- \

For EOC Building time, anna' Who will be the twig'
neighborhood or a poor family money or effort with

; NECK! { BONES LB. J.9c I Architect Hired need not bo an undesirable out ffimr.'nll.tlllnV1tat have I of whether a boy goes to Mtr ',I'

environment for a boy they)/' ever contributed, 1 to the lannu or Camp Blandlng
... (Continued 1"1'011PailI'" Onel How do ;you expert( a taxpayerto ) local problem of thin nature? j I I How. will this thin, line be,1:

: PORK{ CHOPS LB. 59c agree to shell out tax money I* this. project the affair of drawn A few week ago you
"and I have already received prlnt'il, an editorial quoting I]
to the
... pay I a boy an allowance/ Development Authority or !li
I several calls for information greater than the allowance he U It acne other agency? Why I!I the FRt Director. Be gave Men's and Goys'Clothing
M how worked our plan ,
Small AS to we can afford to PRY his' own son d>>>> the proponent decline a the aatwer" to the problemllI
i here We are the pilot county i|1'|I hive dmvrlbetl. In that
who has could ,
the necessary driveto public hearing ao they
SPARE RIDS LB. 49c In Florida for EOC builtIn I'1'
an get an education? I get the support of( the public'for writing What happened since and Shoesl'
connection with a faircomplex
few week that catiaedyou
a ago
"" I would like to point out what they and you call a
.. ,,#ol..1.-! _1o Roberts said. I worthy c1\uller An w. too to forget what you. printed *
that In view of the interpretation -
stupid to ue the good: of it ?
E fia. liedTOMATOES Cream SllCORH Ieg of the Supreme Court
Tom EdwardsIs If It In put in the open for I Admittedly we haahort.. .
g HonoredTom on the provision. the con- what' It in. worth? ate: of teacher because! of

titutlon concerning separation :Now to what you have described i the low teacher salary In

Edwards' 13 Starke of church and state there a* real 1 or imagined I tills area.' We are fortunate in
8 Cans 2 Cans I
: can be no religious training insignificant\ that the University
FleA member has been I ; disadvantages!' we are clone to .EUE IYTHlnlill
w granted junior membership or activity at such a school., tell the people tile answer to of Florida II o we can
a Are we to believe that nm- \ I .
$1.00 29No. in the Ami loan Angus these queatlon Will the ration take advantage of teacher

1 Association at St Joseph. Mo. terlnllsm to be tuniitltutecl I,, of the** boys to the Mme who are still seeking better. .
u for religious training? Any- age In tU community I Mlleallon"1Int alary will!
This new Junior membership grrtxip
_._ .. ,....
--_ --' _" -- one who $mibticrlbe to thin \U
.. entitles the member to I caime a major re-ttllgrnment n teacher at thl* Institution -
register purebred Angus cattle either Ignorant tupM.I. or an I of social activities for after !{I... pall compared! with the

:: No. 2'/' Cans 5 Cans at the regular membership advocate of the Marxist theory I school hours Will! this Influx salary we t1ve our teache-n*

M PORK & BEAKS 1.00 I rates and to enjoy the privileges with ifa national attraction. I II Will\ It add to our thortar '' E-b-U [ 'Bi

of the Association until A* for the economic aspect I mean compete and immediate Will the> letter t t.srh.n.' .

.. ago 21.Tom. that you bring out, this type: Integration of the race In ,I 1 lured to th's''. wh".! from the!

.. Rovnl was one of 229 young adventure only ievk to help every aspect of our community local schools? Our teacher fI

M people in the U. S. to receive I I with a symptom, not nece''- Life? If the answer to'I'Are far too important to ua BI .:I

RICE 5 LB. BAG 59c Junior memberships last l eerily solve" it. Why rot'! !get either of these Is yea, Is this I I to let them leav for better B'"-

month. down to eaith and tackle that community prepared to. pay 8llarle.: \\1thout the threat: of

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Just Value 1 rilE RIGHT POINT for the' .Hi. 'r. ideal11Th j!I T"rn.. .. 1 II 1>,tl I.. > <.. ntin. ..k.' ..> U1" ... w.' k. ... rr,III.II.r ., ,. '''|II.\ut.FM: A, VftHT< 1'Clerk '
Fair Value Funeral ServicesFor LifeConference r .,. .' fir tl. Cl.ult!: Cuurtlly
Family N i: To 4FVKAII: 1T. \ i, Kl n"I.I IHi. ".1! lui tin 'i Iflnul tn lull 'relrautph
way: )you writ tame In and .. JinII. ,iTItlnnrti'll ,.I i .d '!10.> i '.ii-ik, "r ill. U.tCA, It. .'U,. N. :Iw,. B.uluh M, Monde: /
Win. Varnes irlerl farorlte ES1EKlltUJV. ..lIi.Ih..1 t tn tnil ,, ... 11161YpAr Lt-lull Clark 'I
jmr VIMI rn' b."y nut t'h. 'nil' II lUIII I III"! Ill I'P'lll iii.I. nit
\ roiuiUIn' '' Pen. TI.IF.-: rm riiviirtr I ho" burr ., day. nf bVllllllkM. !Irt3. : U1'' 4t 10I00tf. fitGRAVEYARD : .
Duval Tax Assessment Ruling Set SaturdayFuneral III.. ., .uKii i"t. >'u" ''nI..* .eeuSnnnuvl xlhrl'W i .ke III-'. >i
a1tAr.1.: Oourl' unit. v...... Mini f uir mil,, "np"I'lnt nlll Ini i.Io'n, .inrotifi'Mlti __ __.__ _'_ ftt
'- .
Set Here j I8tal'ke' .. ii, > Has xYiii911KiAY7tLAiJiiLLLY1
Statewide Significance iwrvl-jej for William ur ttiiiiwvr iir pjnudlnir. I" tlitouiiiliiliit Till nitl.! r nhHll Iv |Mil''>'lD dtmltin '
Lloyd Varncs. 33. of Santa Fe "......., rq Itl\o"\ "L MI. on Ilio' I'iainnff II Al- .'. 011 li ui..k I li r tons< .ii
Lake will be held! at 11 ajn. Family Life Conference 1tenxrevu.ey..w. SLEEPER
I I. brute Pellet
In a significant decision crease. Many ItMncownert whoh Saturday: In the' Lake Fares. will be held Jan. 31Feb. \. ....*... iM t'b..rr.lh. ..
that may affect! taxpayers In :\v- been completely exempt : .. N"' lal.lirvnta :
Rev.Valton !
3. i
the entire state: Judge William before will b I\"lll's-el" above I Baptist Church 923 EdgewoadAva : l.. >u, :.ii i .1I..1"1..1 t '
L Burden Duval ? '' .. Jitckionvlil". Rev Stafford Grady serving au genera! 'J 1 t'I...lit 1ft. ,.. J<>.. it v'rltwud-" i.. KISER'S OFFICE EQUIPMENTNew :Alan or \\nmtn Milling' to xnrnd entire night
of J3.000. Timber and farm lind: Herbert will officiate. | !n cemetery. Must t l>.! our 21 openminded.sincere .
County Circuit Court lass will be Inc-paset1 substantially. ,..
Interment will b* l 1'1 Riverside A tentative schedule:! has !I.- --' '- and UsedIhsks and stilling; lu make report at Florida
week ordered .
Tax AJ"l'lSIIOrRalp1
: ,
Again we must' say w
N. Walter to appraiao I have. no control over this Memorial Parlcwith been released which, to:ludesshowing Fishing Contest "httltl rt'. on Fri.-Sat.. Jan. 2!>-.10: during;

Duval County's ml estate! at situation and It will be ale Jonea-Jon+ol1 Funeral" l Ho'rv. counsel of fU inn ns. and:discussion' panels: :'. Tv'i laW' "(x-it. .-H.i Sure!' !, Kilw. (l1ulirt.ddin!( Machines: $cuI.\: :\IOR.t3l.1 II OItRORTI I RON SHOW.
!its full valus:! by July 1. 1065. moat u ep) .s. to complain to.. of Otilnesvlllj! in charge of ai groups I To Enter L'!:5 lo person ..('('el)1ed.| pply liy letter

The Judge ruled further us. Ham-teadcrs will \be notlfld !- t rangcmentsAn Dr.:MarrUae EJUin: and liar I.Family Professorof IJvlew. Vunr. 1"1..1\111" ::apply' Typewriters. Culcul.ttori, Cash:! ISeitislerstfioi : () I.Y.Olate:; age and (II1Inliflt'utionH.lanaJt: -
einp'oyee of Clay Elertrlc <
that Mu t value" and "fair I of their nf.WlaJue! before .
IlradquartcruFirestone: Florida Theatre
Cooperative. Mr. Variw.,, SacUl Welfare! D?part '11.11-. : er. t'rt.'ilmOramlt. ato
I ; IN F4";
market va'.u"; : me- n Identically -: they receive a tax notice( Th's'will Store << N. MAIN 'I'I
mnt of Florida, State Unlverslty. -
I was electrocuted Tu nd",
the lama ]thins: as a give: you ail opportunity' ,
basis fo: tIIIIP+i.1 l g properly to apocar' before the Equalization whlJe'ol'kLn" on high power' I! Tallahassee. will III\J.-
,. '
for tx n'lf *+;. Board." ': lines near" CampvlUe A more I 1 104" w..l1hrIIC. -
complete account of the acclilrnt All meetings, regardless o
Bradfjrd County Tax Assessor -
Is carried elsewhere In the location me open to tit*
long and other Florida
Poverty War this Issue. 1 public The conference. Is for
vratc-hlnu th'
assesso! 'Iotre LOOK MA
families enx'cially evening Slade GasNO
case with Interest In the belief -
Extend programs," Rev Grady said! g e Q
that the out:orn there i May Two InjuredAs Dr. harts will speak on
would evrniMt'y! aptly; to al1!'!
: I I Sunday eimiln. Jan 31. a:
Flo'Ida counties! To LibrariesThe Truck/
Flips the First Methodist Church
Long aid that: JudgeDur-
On Fub 1 he will speak tostudents
drn's r"I'Iwrul1' not mean War on Poverty inltli-
ted by president lJ'n any change! in his a.ISl"'l8lJ\1! !
Include In an attempt to avoid a car County Hitch School,. At noon<
procedure, .ulnce. h? was already Jnhnson mlKht a au a .
'' which stored nudflanly In a meeting of the r
planning to use the war on Ignorance, according
front or him.>. Jtckvjnvlllj Coinuilltee' will bo held .. 'I '
I to local librarian Mrj. Bcsi a
"Just value equals fair market i
value" formuli In making up M. Burns man and: hh wife' were liilvr- tine altl'rnoon111' be I Buy Now and You Don't Have To Pay Until

liln 1965 a"sfj"ment roll M-s Burns and SUrke- ed RiturrtuT" when the vehicle with students
In malting out homestcn-l Bradford County Library i turned over (lutes' On Monday evening: FVb. 1 1.

exemption notices recently ,I Board Chairman l\IrI. Evelyn Sum. William Manu 81 he! will speak\: at the Firs,

Mr. Long Included a letter to Hitch received a letter this and Resale,! I 4iutcn
properly owners saying-/ : "No week concerning\ the Economlc :' 56.'t'1'f' bath tl1Ir1by a m- Dr Harts wll speak to thuClvttan
(Milan. in tie X"nrent's IIw Club on Tufsday Fro
Opportunity Act of (
doubt you have read or heard* CHARGED !
In JarVi-'nvrie' anrord- 2 to a Joint meeting! of NO INTEREST .. .
about: the Jut value: law. Tnli 19114ant! it include. participation !- pltal ( ; .
I' In FtIP L. N Methodist llapllst and Pit'sbyteiUn -
law has been upheld by the lit ptrt-tlme work-. ? to Tionpcr
courts and It term now that traIn Inprol&ram Fowler who li, 'e.Vivtated: thr women" at 10. m. Select The Heater Of Your Choice Install
the State Comptroller and:! Funds for library materials i arclritni Extent: f< the t Injuries in the First Metliodist! I

others are mlng, It In a united to strpport adult baste education to the. couple are un- Church. and In the evening tJ e w.
effort to force a'l 1 As'ewor* I programs could be allotted \ known.' but both had cuts and I I| t Joint meeting of all Stake:! It, and Use It-Pay Nothing Until e .. __ ,
bruises and broken ITA at the High Schoolaultloi : 1
in the state to Increiu "values.We also MlM Verna Nlrtendiik. 1I1)pt1..nt .
director. Library Exten- limbs" the. FliP) rrpwt-d < uni Next October. -.
are sorry to say. but we ; .....-
The will meet with the Kof- ..
are *oln mile 8B-18 Ire Klub at the. Florida Theatre J
eesamrnta for 1865 on OiJ said cast of Htark on
balls of just alue! Such materials may be when an unknown vehicle : on Wednesday. morning. .l :

"Please! rest assured "e aln- ,. placed in pub'lc libraries a* i elthr autMrnlv, stopped or Fro. 3. and at noon will weak ,

rarely regret this. but we well as In public school! librarke wa' utorulnx with ManiuT to the Rotary Club. The even-
10(10( VolkswnMrii panel truck knit service is schrd fled to beheld
have! no alternative other If It Is provld.-d for in the t I''
than follow state plan. approaching/ from the rear at 1 at the Fast DaptlMt l I
thus law' We want ll I'1
S5-60 mnh' Attempting to an Church.A _
all property owner to understand Dr. Sam I tAn-!. the Oovern-
that all values wU! in- or> rcpresentaUve" on the War around the ato-pi-d. vehicle final schedule with exact -
on Poverty. said that llirarlea'are the! truck ran off the roar): times will\ be released next JI'I '

dlrwtly concerned; with ManiM brought his truck ba-k: week tt-v Grady said.

MONSTERSon the proxram since they srve j onto the pavement beat t \It "Makv plans n;>w tj attend" I f !
all citizens headed for the thuttment on he ..dJ.d'Wreck
the LOOSE! During 1965. Or Hand said a concrete brl<1... Mann I 1 "

See Screamorama! Florida will bit eligible for turned rturotjr to avoid the. I VictimIn ii3-
bridge and the trurk fllOU"'d
projects amounting to t.>rtwern -
$ .SOO.OOO and $7.500.- over twice. Trooper: Fowler Fair Condition i fa. ;

-- 000. To get tilts! money: loca' 181:1.: I II ift'' F.: II I''

FARM communiti-s.areas Initiate their counties own programs and Library Doard ririffls Nlneteen-ycar-ol4 of Stirke. critically Jimmy II'I'' '
then request funds Sets Meeting injured 1.11 spectacular auto I '

from the War on Pjverty pro- mnashup Sunday nlaht January I '
LOANSTimber cram under the Economic Op- January 14 3, was reportd Mondayto 'I (
portunity Act be In a "fair condition' In IIi,

The librarian and boar The regular. rnvrtinff of the the University of Florida 'I BY HARDWICK
Ptark -Urndford Public Medical Center at O..lnr.vllle
S Dairr FarmRanches t chairman have b-en Instructed IVwinty tiII
to contact city officials Library board will be held The car In which drift a '
work, art lhat WWarwou
II toctlJl'ell1Jll o
Jan. 1at 3 was a was traveling!
county official and the p""m. pavtcnxer c
i'arl-time Chamber or Commerce' to ask ,I At that lime plan will boorompt"t..1 j I.t pith. ififtHi when It run off any kltchan" drew. A Iwauty that will tay beautiful
General Farm! i Hants Five to .. .
toraN 0011\1II.
the of west Biownloe
that they be Included" In planning for A training tt- j curve :o. A
sessions They' will be 'Insacrmlulfil' for Jan. 27. Street struck: a culvert flew ( d'/' Hoonisr of funrUoruil. dmJgtt that, will nvtkucuoklnf $209.95I
tong terms no penaltyon I
pluaaanUfmn' ,
: : more wcr.
prepaymentFEIER.U. sent Information valuable to Miss. Hcth inane dirwlorof Into the air and turned end< --. .
the entire the Santa F. library re- fnr-end thrtc times Orlfflu '
: ) LAND) Plana for program participation In glen will! attend( the meeting I was thrown. from the 'est and '.",.rn'' Trndt' >n howl

n.SKSSOC'I.TIOS the work" -tratntmg program+ AUo Miss Ully Carter ...1.! u..r. house\ arrows' tin .. Allotted"" l'aynrenra. ,
__ street from whrte the ba.r
of nAl.NESVIl.I.K:: should be mad now. and libraries ant director car I
should be able! to help I Mn R>.lwar l Burns SUrkfLlbrnrlan came. to rent' CompUte' PROGRAM COOKING

MI6 *W. ISUl HU .with the diMeminttlon, of Information urges, all board, He WM in critic.I condition 40,000 Bill HEATER With BLOWER Automntiralty ovm-amkii: yciur food then aut maUa'(
In. IJ"e Oah and materials.Nlitendlrk plat member to attend the meeting last t week according to Stark
ally I It At Ulual crviog t jnivratujra for buun.iKu
4M a.l Clhioa ".. said Pnllrrman Miie Hlhl<'y who
inveitllicaled the accident slid This Is Just A Sample Of The l- S8 over c:01I"1I1&1:

was not expvctrd to lire a EOUA TEMP BURNER IIFT-OFF OVEN DOOR "\1
breakthrough in 1't.uU| .otrbuu: .. 12.ZA at 'lh_ Oilier of the car Edwin Fine Heater Buys At M 4 -
a complete" :J) 11...,ruwoven I unmet CTIiitima: llnnl oven door
r/rIrn'"'' Ray: Nettles I IB. and '!lothrr1M Slade Gas IIl'UlliAJI..lulJ 11I11JUawbuk.lil off easily for Addvtl
concept -- design-and THICK:! ...n..r.. Jesse. Djild Wllllit
Inc anal broiling. ,: ch'tuiiiig alnven1cnco.Slack's :
Tilt: ittr.iir roivr rrr the ; e c,.tird from the crash ale .t Li

adds .T ..u writ. Com* In nmlrcl mess unscathed
,.nr ItiarUr :.ST, :KfltMIK .

subtracts rt IPtlKlPU...,..&.'" prn. TELL: : Hearing Feb. 1 1964 Sec Tliii And Other HARDWICK

multiplies On Ovid Lewis Ranges In Our Showroom.

Probation CaseA

FIRST TIME EVER- 7Qlo\.05 revocation of probation ODDS 'N ENDSWRINGERWASHER
/bearing has been set for 130

O/ p m. Monday f'''b I (ton

An Electric Adding Machinefor 666 Ovid formerly Lewis i>f St.itke of Tal.ha'Ull'f'The: hesr-'

,I !Inc:;: date T was T. DMnranL set by Rtate Attorney .. .t : i 8th Ij8iLE) \ \ \ !

less than $100 County L u JaU bring awaiting held in tin.the,

hearln He, waS placed on M l
i months prototUon on Slept I 13

1M. after ....-tUI. lullty to AUTOMATIC DELUXE GAS

fraud, larceny. of HJil: from
8UU Men later: Usher's west
'4St coca rUultnf CO He mail
1t Close
J s.c rrstltutlon
ti Lewis U I charted .IUi. rI l- Out Retail <<<;ie Your tit'ife An .Kutrn: l">.iy A Wceltf! :NoUrudKery ;

oUUn iroOstl >n by pasting Of Ilnnuinlf Out Clothe Harp'

bed checks ant otJf.lnlf'1 $129.95 Ilouraf/ llrr Time. (She l.n'l .\.Cranky When
$100 !
money irvVt fi. ie pea t.lw \ !
In Tan.!! h-i<*<.. tau l.rt Hume K:II her..)

Mr. Willis, 92 11' REFRIGERATOR $165 $185.00

(0 Itrlaa ,1 1.Cad
Of Graham Seigler)

DON'T PAMPERYOUR Abe?" .. 0.Wl.. '. U >if GreI 55,000 BTU HEATER_- $155 $194.50 (for I.r 'loth.,ti.oulWith .

Smith-Corona sal, atmdl. (Ilnj A Stand :711 Cents ;
WIFELet 0. 4 Ito-.o" I" _. e''

FIGUREMATIC t the aunty he 'was a retired 19 IN. PORTABLE TV $ 125 $149.50 r

Her Winterproofthe farm r and .a number of the tl
B ',' Church
Porch with "hirvlin are his wife IfK: RCA $

.50lM White) Wlllla-: .-> tIImA JohnC I
II 169
FLEX-o-GLASS This Year Z295
WU11s of Mutiemr an1 WHIRLPOOL WASHER 185 $ I I
Victor Willis of Palm Harbor
$89 Any liNt. t.dy ,.a ."..a.- .
perch ae btvetvway with % .**'. ml debt rranichCdrenr :
HJIX-04.UASS.: Its ''nral" t rrtctu wrte held .
ao aryl
Jest. rut with ah...ra cad tack .1 t 10. a m faturiay: in the YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE BIG I f Free Home Trial I'
aver .cr..a Make a wnrwl. ro 1"' flan'a Fe Craw
Tac ...Ill r..... flooded .ills "' .i1, !' '.
Mall lal...I Ultraviolet. rays.when r*W'J.r: J n i funeral.
tal_ R to 933.909.99
Columa-v- .
.tdd.s. "" the childjva can pUr mil tome' of Bta/ke
winter lont- HOT M aa "UKtorvmotn. QualityService

SEE I IT NOW nJTX-M.tJiS4. Gmndna,..rryUlrfMf ... for. .nil: Hinirr POI 4T fee ii>. SLADE: ; G 1 AS

rear a< a fractrw the cm* e C .war >_ vrlt. !'_ !.. and OF STARKE 0

Telegraph &laM. Only 90*. .... )'1'1.' at you a1et vr farrtt KTVItIMIMIK .
Bradford County meal w.....( baW........ r**_i.i. r... luc


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state's race track tax fund. | tlon of W. C. Powell. Now I vhlpn, and corpora- III-rOIl'r: ntf rnyntnoi OF account. for preferred Icr do: olemnty. wear.. that

County Court Comptroller Ray Green auMth comb had previously! served on lions '1,774,71(1( .04u 1111 ..Pl.unill/t. II*\K/ ATMI'AKHU. capital) 45 1.1412 this report of condition I. true
I "Din." ltd of uniteS Stnt. ..IK TAHKi':. I'% and ,current to the. but of my
..mount repie.ienta an Increase the board from 1055/ ta: 10.Y7/ U"vut''m..t.. (In'ludlnrI lllli nrtTKi ofA "I.OII.IU" TOT A'. CAPITAL AC- knowledge and brllcf.Corrf .

of $ .OO4) over the same Other. members of tl, board ...t... -aliiir>p, I' 'Till ll.OIK: stY CUI'I": ,. 75.'000 47rursi. >"I-AtI1. H-.IIV Q. Eppn
"iipimltH' ..I StatA. and po- III 5IEsa: U, IitLllItIli; C. E: IIERNWALX.L /
Trials Monday uicmMi )last YLa,. arid: I a total of are M. (;5. Lnncfonl: ?,; I I. ,ikiUutlir '"I'' ll .ill.,,,1.; ,1.11'...14 II I In"I' .11,, JellS J.1AnU.I'1'US: .. 4'l........ Jit
$I1(1)O) more for the flint sit im H->nc. 1..uJ.00( AkM.. : '
aol S. I' Cou.lmun! ot&Luke. ; t AI;; ) CAi'l'l'Al.- \\. O SiiWFKL.1: ,
:aniiiDii. t .iiul arriarrV Pafh with other .
: !S.93
months otorKtmti.
of thi otiiTunt fl.scnl : 1st.4T5: ii..0
," h .11 111,'118.73I lunkf, unit., null It. ,HIM ot Florida.! .
Trials will bed, : Monday! at p"I'JodIeI') the ,mime purloJast "'"," ',\1. I ":1'0"1'1': :<< .iluI.m3.s.: : I In, |rnriMH of ....1- Wvntnrundittmi "..unt)' of BraclforJ. ..:

9:30: a, m. in a no v term oC /ear. I .1 1 1 lllllllll. mellon 14 .HOI. .tft ploiltfed. or .iMHlicn- Sworn! to and .ub.crili.J !>.-
2 Teenagers d".I, ,* t,14H,72S.2l! UiilU'dSl3le.. f.rnn."t] fed to iv.'i t .'.iunaury -
County Court w.lim Judge T 1\\ i .l.I i Tlniff AnilUK u"I'IC/lU..n' direct. unUwuaiantaud and. for othr pur- 1IAA. and I h..".>b). .'.r' .Iffy
A, Yawn will hear the first oX! CD Director Given Probation If 'of' ,, 'IcpoHllM. 2.IGI.T86.D4I" ( l 1..H.8 .4hjlillKntlonn 1 p*.*.*. ( I In ludiiitV. ii4\ >tea 'h.,' I .rtin'" not I an officer i ur <11i -
1 ., I Kill IK tUn fO.I'a.Ho I ( of Statei and and bllln i r., d -. "u.;it* d. ....>or "I: this bank
20 cases. -- political HubillvlHlonn urltJfH_ Mold wthagre.'ment ; Seat! ilI'LEN: : E OL-UIOO\\.
In B & E Case ",'J ,\I. and ( )
.HI! .
Monday. 9:30: a. m.: Marlon Urges RotaryTo I.I..I.'TIFf' 3:1r.3.f91.0: 862.770 t<" rwpui .' 'tat'[ ) t'unlli State of Kli>rlcta.
Cooner. aWing: and abettliv I..ianN and dlM ountu ..h.....-> 1.J,4.3H2,74I :"IOmllll..I"n" 'apirea, 5'. ',rll'
Be PreparedMaJ. Ke.invtli. Milo( Proclnr 16 (.....lflll .l'OliUN .hl"'d'1'' 4.1. u I ISIJOhASTINGS
in violation; of the charter of --- < ,ll, drafts) :.i:, I.Hf I .' I I. Billy 0 ICpps: Ac n "aoh.

the Florida; Railroad: :. anJ Walter J f. Murphy ol and Larry I liuan' Uauner* 17 I >.t..t" Si-iniul S..rllltplIlll'l.L; '1 IKIUIU* ll, Ui-y (left) j>-M-iiU. p"., v.iiim, iioo.ooa.oo IliinU Hil.uWJu prumlw.turn.. ow line ned. and |
1 h month ,
vveie )jjl.ioed on : t''I.I'I''| |' 100000.00
Public Utliill's! Commission: 1 Gainesville, Directur of North, : : .1 frtliiciili" of Merit: tuIr.! und JVlr-t. I.. II. 1'.lItdl.t right 1.. .,liri; i > ,,11; ,, > U.oil( flxtiiruH H8.U5.HI mi! .ts.r"
Walter Pel kins. worthies Floild.i probation by Circuit Ju<.lg. I,...lh."I ,il profits 2,,,,..0.lli' lOHlata owned other ,
Civil Dufen.iu Aica I IJ i :oiffa, 14. t'nltcm w'e.liicDj.i oUJIIn"lmll'r! i>f AKrlfiiltiifi) Itoylo C'oniifr. than naiiK. pri-iiiia J. ''J

check. and Hogan Smith Jr.. spoke tit tlii Rotary: Club Wednesday following I 101 AT. fAI'ITAL." Miter Aawt __ ii.n': I"' TERYJLLERMOTORSService
morning a ,
worthless checks. A< ', IX! :-. i .1 20l.870.S0:! I II ,
Htroaninjf the Import tenro Invoallunllun. Mr. And Mrs. Futch Honored Tt TAli AHI Monday. 1:30: p. m.: Diane 1 11
anrc of preparedness! in I the The two youths! had beecharged I. .0"\1.I -AHIf, ITIES
I.., Ross. worthless check. and ,\NI/ ) CAPITAL:
event of
D-rld. Clark Slngletary] improper factor in proparednoss.war. Tlia! main the with L.-.uiCinjf Inland By Cabinet For Teaching Record I Ai. I-. : .r.n.361.1; ii.innl .'"u..lmP.lltlle..". of In41.v"I. -

change of lane. : entering the pro hhop U: at..InrasIas. Ii.. I.rl nnr.l 1111", Special l This \Week
speaker suld 1 la uddijuatu\ fall the Slarko lull & Count- I .\.1. pi..",..... ",' ."""lll'n.' anil. corporal",.. I I.7x7 741.'i. ,
Tuesdiy. 9:30: a. m.: James out ihc-lter. Club MI'. anJ Mrs. Lonnle: II. I before her mirrlaga: I to( M.. l t., HIiifc, IliiMill. ice nnil\ Tliii" ,. and savings di-pi'' itri.
lint June walv
}Highland two charges. assault MaJ. :Murpliy. ) nrnlscd thiOradfoicl They Futch of S.ark": 'who have u Futch ant they tui"ht on? i for it Ito' ,* i>!irpi.,H.<. (I In'I..lInK ..? I Indlvtli.Iu' port n..r- I thy APPOINTMENT= O I.YFRON'T
ed their rliilit to counsel unplouduil : dupe, ami (
nottx IIIKI Illirod ) I'orjjorii-
and battery and trespassing .:omJlne! tatal: of 90 ;yeal']' 0 year together' Site then r-- ,
County CD 'I'anlu-?; :: guilty to tho chjrg, I In'' ..,"nt.l) it nil. i"'('lIrl. U.;".. I.AIH:; 'ii'il m '
: after warning; John tlon 1111 one of the i 1':.') It active teaching la Florl'a's cubic signed to stay home for three! I Iveal's. ho.. .,iUl. 1 with'''',' nt l 1J HioHltM| of Ialted: Sltari!. I

Jones. larceny of a dog. In Florida iind 1I..ld' t t'lIlt the of Intent breaking to commit and,! enteilng imlade wit .schools!:! were honored: : by th Afte.: the: I loss: !I of ther: I S i.nniiN I In. r..IIH iMiri'tmx.1,171,253.75 nhi. >...n ntDv) arnftvr fli"">.vernm...1 ....nt..lnICO("Including) I .'",:'pJ4DrlioHitN EKD WHEELALIGNMEIT

Wednesday. 9:30: a. m.: Norman new EOC::: ( Kmcrtonry; /,; Opera- State Cabinet le,ently for two children Mrs. F.itch returned I loiliictluii; .. ofViiluutUm ) ,. of Hiatea

H. Willis] four charges. men nor. their servlci and devotion t-> to trail-iR! In 1)20!) r....*rvt-M of I(107.2fl< ( and pijlltlcal '
tions Center) which will be '.
Judge John A. II. Mur I I. .Murirnrvt. t I. :.MMVr /".I.l ., 'Ii 11.1 iYIi.n.s tI2,4lK(2.rtitpd BALANCING
using lewd language over a built at the fairgrounds. will ben the cause of education.! and continued for 30 more ant 4'aHliltr; vt the .I.ov.-. .. and Offlceri' -
telephone. phree ordered the pr3. entencfInvelltlglltlon She retired In dli n..m..cI l tl.. I HYtirir. fhmkH. i-ti-. I27.dll :I.4 ,
fine for the Mr. and Mrs. Futch were years. : 1938 < tuft d' m >"'n'y
example rest of at the fall termof TOT A'. UKPOSITH 1.191.3&27 John lieanVisualiner
thnt thin nt condition !I.
Thursday. 9:30: a. m.: Wll-! Florida. Circuit COUl.t.Veterans Introduced to Oav. Farrls substitute wo k for four ;year true anil .corrrt to tho l>ent u( ,,"t 'I 1 .1 l iil l /IJvliiundUcpuHlt Including Weights:

lard Ray Cook. driving while The speaker Introduced Bryant and! oth-r Cabins; accepted -r.p"ovment: an3:! my kn i"-i.ile| .i a n.l l InI. lltr.C 2..1532.811:!
Intoxicated; William Weldon by Carl Roberts.wai CD dir-- numbers by Commissioner: oAgilculturj rame out of retliement: : to :.Mariciret..r,I'Kct-AI' I. Mi.ierfhmiiy tent (fill sittings" Totnl,, Tlmn dctmnlli Anit I I.N'N.: '">."i '<

Mdver. public drunkeness; ector, and( the program was In Get ] Dr:>vle Conner: a teach three more ynrs malsInir : f.:. .I..I..n. Ri'dlNpnnnla, anil other $ $$1.50

Clifford Yarborough two native of Bradford County. a totOf: ] 42 years. II. I!. A.lnmnPcta llulillltlB for $5-95
charge of George KopulousoH. Pension IncreaseOlder (O. Falo borrowed money ,140.001*' >t Wheel
charges driving; on wrong side I It was announced that the State School Superintendent: Attar tea"hlncc a while In Dlr.ctor. Other liabilities. lit Raft 7

of the road and driving while Thomas D. Bailey presentej Union County the coup'e returned Slum I in ..r Floridae'miniy .
week veterans In the lower
!speaker next will bo L.. u or I Ire,1 find ..NSworn : '1"n'l"f. was suspended or re- R. chairman of the' income bracket will be a.bla ta( the Futches with a Certiflcata to Bi-adfa-d In 1925. to and nul, ,i.crlU0 yoked. of Appreciation .for service Mr. FUtch as principal and: rm. mi thlH !'tth' (Inof. January I Our Sales Department Will Remain
Alarhua County Interim Advisory receive at least $100 a month
) l
l 1965! and I ier..lyrOfS' r..I..1 41'C
1:30 Till-'
Thursday. : p. m.: to education Mrs. Futch as a teacher at
Committee on the proponed through the new law liberal- as a family that I a.m not an ol fI.'er or dl-I I I 11 I t iNtnitiiunMoik. Open Thursday and Friday Nights
man Eg gin Fortner driving Junior College In Ala- medical benefits to the mos team believed to be without the Graham S'hoo1. In 1926 ri-rtor of I tlifH .lianU. par value 1100.000
while intoxicated; Lewis Anderson parallel in Florida! : education." they both transferred to Law- (5It.) .Trim 0 Norman Total, retlrabla value '0)000, Oil I For Your Shopping Convenience.
disabled '
seveicly veterans.Crosby
chua-Bradford Counties. : .
I 1 Noiiiiy: rnl.llr. Slat of Klorli1i I Hurplu 1"' '""0"> '
failure to yield thrightofway pointed out that the Mr. Futch, who was a tey Junior IH h. nt I 'I..rae
turning ]left and teacher 48 Mr. Futch went to Hampton My rnmmlfifilan expire* F.... Undlvi.i l profit 3L663.2.:
and for
principal I
law also liberalises the deftn- .
Selective Service 14, 190.1. r... nrv (and rtlUrem.ntFIUIE
Frank Folson Beaumont. driving ILion of "Income" which veterans years! in Bradford.: Union Elementary as! principal In

on the wrong side of the Board Meets or their dependents Madison. anl: Baker Counties 1928 and the next year h's' -

road. began his 1913 wife Joined the fa- ulty there. _
may receive and still be eliciting !;; : career in a _
Friday 9:30: a. m.: Tyre Col. H. C. Wall director, and veterans' pensions and the old Kelly School in Bradford Mr. Futch left Bradford!

Dixon Townsend. driving n. C. Lang of Selective Service providing basic cost-of-livln4:() County. He moved to County In nil! : to serve thre- I = ij

while Intoxicated. Headquarters in St. Augustine Increases to most pensioners Union County in 1920. teach- years in Ma-11-on. two yearsIn 2

attended the regular meeting including widows and chil- ing at tho Little Springs and nllkp and I another four

$19,000 Racing of Selective Service Board No. Midway Schools for four years in Union Cointy befor
dren. County Ser. ice Officer In 20 \VorcN or Itnn, one llmo.._._ -___ .___ .9$ :Memorials Itenolii lions ___ ___ Sc per word
returning 104J
18 here Tuesday! afternoon. said years. as principalof
A. L. Jr.
Checks ReceivedChecks While here they welcomed Crosby yester- Mrs. Futch launched her Lawtey Jailor IIlKh.! Mrs. If nut: paid In mlvanre. __?- _.-_ __ 1.23 (turd. of. Tluinkn. up to :SO word!*______ ZJMO >

for $19,000 were received O. S. Newcomb an a new member day.The new law signed bj 42-year career nt the Graham Futch Joln'd him tire! and:! f'.ypd l or Blind iI't----------------- 1.2.1 h rr SO words ______________ lie )per wwd

this week by each of on ths board to fill the va- President Johnson on October School In Bradford County In they remained at I/iwtey un- Kiwh auKlltlonul word over 20.1>> _____ .03 IHxpluy ad.* In C'lu'Kinrd. ___1.30! per hsek

created by the renigna- effective 1914. She tauKht two years til H49) wh"n both transferred -
Florida's 67 counties from tht cancy 13. became January -
1. 1965. nualu to Hellbxmn and STln-teacher -. Expert Recapping i iBy I 1! MATTUESS
as principal :
basic cost
The law provides I j FOR e ALReady
Bradford Farming Clenn '
of living Increases of 6.4 pe, I mix concrete, concrete & UPHOlSTERY WORKS

I higher Wh"n Mr Fut"h was named (Pee Wee) Crew block, house 710 Lemon St. Ps-latka
I cent to most pcnaloncrs! !!: piers, sand ceaent. -

I| increases for thom willI ASI prlnrl"nl of Pnokr, Junlor\ Aim Full Line of mortar mix. coca steel.cystrr Furniture Repaired,

I tin greatest need und, the It'"h' In Win! h" we--r. his. NKW TIRES: TKIVK shell luncrock roof I Upholstered. & KefinlshedMATTUESSES

well wlff rl cHrj: it Cr 'a !t'tne' for TUACTOR All S1ZFS! gravrl.! Bntels. BRADFORD I Ii
greatest lncrrmc(: as a .leaa The Cla""lrI..talIF ; REBUILT
ble for pen-ion. her to retl c!-< decision. tin'' I l'l'nnllyl..anl" .& Dunlnp ( YOUK N. ME is i ENOR.: CO. Phone 964-2521.. :
to bf AI"r" ffrh'I New Innertprings:
proved t'jniorirw
a on' .1
Those pirijme \\he were FOUND AMONP.: : HIF:I, I
Mr. FaIth remained and Dot SpringsDrop !
on the pension rolls prior tj aiprlnclonl SALVAGE YARD i CLASSIFIED ADS. CALL''I
] at Breaker until the Call
A Card
( t'i or
July 1, I960 and receive pension r t.H.; StU-NorHo l AT THE TELEGRAPH[: rrvioN FLORIST
SEE end of the 1960-61/ term when PAI.\TKA KA S-9I6
AT payments! under what is .. OFFICE FOR A FRF.K I 119 !S. THOMPSON: ST. 'II
he too but aside his booksto .. rii.NCK: 1 1AT :1 MRS.' PEGGY PIIAI.LEB
called the "old system" are TICKET TO THE FLORIDA I rilONF.: 96-1-4155
retire. But during the RRDITKII \TK3 209! E. Adkln !SUSlnrke. !
sum ,
not eligible( to benefit: from NIGhT 964-3891 or 961-102
City Fish and Meat Market IT mer of 1961. the Bradford A I'TO. FIKR. IMIVT > THEATRE. & Agent
the new pension Increases.To I' DISTINCTIVE! : FLOWERS: !
Countv School Board drafted H become cli,, ble for th" We Wire Flower. Anywhere I Itfchu
Mrs. Futch Into srrvt"e again ,. AtlENCV l ltfchg K T, CREW BOBBY BIOOS AUTO
new increases they can notlf; I I ..
ROUND STEAK LB. 69 the VA of their wish to dec fly Phil CronkhiteIt and she taught nt Hampton: ,I BE SURE!: TO SHE! World I BODY REPAIRS i
Flemen'+ary for two more" REGISTER NOW FOR AUTO PAINTING ,
I pension benefits under th Book before buying other .
current pension law which years before Joining hr husband I Insurance Problems! ? i Encyclopedia M. A. any Payne. ;(. ADULT EVENTNO CLASSES : FREE E9TTMATES 'L'P)

Chuck e44'' went into effect July 1, 1960. look like we are going to in final I retirement in Call The Man Prom' local representative since Basic and high .schooL re-i 411 S. Walnut St. Starke. Fla'
: The VA said that many have u lung utruwbrrry nausort 1963. "TKAVi.I.IJUS"; I I, fresher courses. Individualized i iI I II tfchg! .
1956. P. O. Box:' 603.:
ROAST LB. expected to and If it can continue as well I Iua OF.OItIF !':. LAKII! I Instnictlon! Start at any time
pensioners are (14-3794( tfchT '
It hall to.. the last few days -- Keystone H lght.rraHler'l4lnl'uran. i 12 00 per course of 1 8 weeks
45'Churk make this election. 1"'.' ',n r op.* C'I,MHIION. fl"'
While tha new liw does not It will be advantageous for all tq.tIsIt'eIi' .....,\ I''': .ssi'' e FOR RENT Two concrete I Negro adult students apply to FOR RALE 4 Br., 3 full bath

change the monetary Income oncerncd, but I have been told h..>!" KI.OIIIII"'1' til KM:t INlUM. MI'tlM" 1 : Agent for block houses! on Laura StOne I Principals office I RJE CB home; panelled den 3 ear
IIH: t I.O'I'ta :
STEftK---LB. limitations which were set up hut on long marketing eu- >..,' Ill 'ci l s I':"* .. 1.... ... ..- Companies"Tel turnLshrxl Each ISO per High School White Adult students -I carport; laundry room: elicits
"".ii :ill. linn; apply to the Adult Education link fenced back partially !-
ha4al'lIuuII tothe
In 1960, it allows recipient soils, it la more ,h.rt* 473-4092 Day mo. In advance H>\llls V.

I I to; exclude certain monies grower. [':iiNh. l>atanrfl u itu. other 473-4323 Nitesluto Kniuht. 131 W. Call Pt tfrhg Office SE Wins USO i air condUJf>nl"d. Attractive

Tho Committee to Issue bunk. ant ninh lt..m., Building rear. I to "p. m price. Call 370-0938. Gilnf
agreed flusineas
i Fire Home
CLUB STEAK LB. 55 when reporting annual incomeas :: : !
ill liroOVMH uf culIvttliin FI'RMSIIEI: APARTMENTS: : !I I dally or write to Adult villa tfchg
: required by law. lot numbers to each grower .. 1 ,!I .. .. ITL:,.H! 2'luniirii Monthly Payment Dan I Eduel1-j
I ; tunic. novrrnmontulilllfutluna Light and water Phone 964- tion Drawer 100. ..
and that it would! become
These new exclusions are: I I direct anilKillirnnl FOR SALE Good business I 8871 or! BullIngton -I ness. foreign languages anSI! If A STAFFORD
All !Meat [til] Ten: percent of the pay the permanent number from ",."! I I... .4Ml:I.Hil.niinH .
I tfchg mll"lf'OIJl., ... -llahl. Hrh
and residential properties in i !: av
anil iliHi-ount I Ii
to have ordeicd l Onrlmllnif SALE Two ]lot
ments to an individual und'rany year ycar.'e < FOR on Ep
no uv.r- Starke, Improved and ur.lm-,
STEW Lb. 59c public or private annuityor the number stamps. und they .Iruil.i. 1,1S.1.'III I S uu 0 I WAITRESSES WANTED I I Ii i OA-STON LALANNE: person Street I Paved) 113 X:
proved H. V Knltht. P. _
Including at tho market, office 'ind (Hunk prinlnt. owned 185 ft. Reasonable low down
retirement plan. i Experienced Apply In person
"I ll. .l7n.:, rirnil.iiH, ,,, anilrixturm Drawer F. City. tfchg 'I HOUSE FOR SALE Large I
Social Security pension. can be obtained nt coat. It U $15.9 14 n "I l Mil I Hi I if Onrrlen R.tll"rant. tfch payment. J. M. Edwards. B 43321. -

vet be that llfiil cMlul.wnrrl. ,, FLOREVCE JENNINGS 3 bedroom and den or 4 bedroom tfehc
Rib and Brisket [L2i Amounts paid: by a going to n requirement DR.

eran for the last Illness!] ani itch farmer must. stamp his. other i-uilK than,".. bank 4 7 'n,", !' FOR S..l ESc), lots and Kitchen with breakfast
p. ', POR SALE-.Fill dirt. top soil, tour room house on Colley area. 30' x 14' !llvlng-dlnlng :MALE HELP WANTED-Me
.1 I
Lb. burial of his spouse of child. timber on each flat sold this IMllfl UHWM :"IT
STEW > 39c -- tractor work pew and used road between:! hospital and room with fireplace Fenced: in r f3l Profit 'realized from 'enr. I
) : l .1'
TtlTAI. A"O building supplies. W. T. Jack- I nursing home P. O. Box 576 yard Large 133' x 137' corner 8th grade age 21 t*
sale of real estate or personal This Is a protection to the --
I.iihSlltk'. noil Building Material and: Machinery Phone 4-2flfll 2tch lot. Low down payment! 746S 59 Contact the Personnel Department -
property oth-r than In the grover becnuao we are afru'd\' ( ... 'II. i.'Mlti. .1 mIt- I Westmoreland St
Phone or phone at Sunland Training
: I'.1::: :: r' ,
:ourso of business. that the food and drugpeople* i.1, I.. jirt, I.e .hlp., '. 9If1.1, RENT Unfurnished 2
Center CutFORK End Cut for Cl",.1; iii"Htl.nK| .H.U8': "14 i 4001. 11114-flA1I4 tfch Center. P. O. Box 1150.
I 141 I Payments received are going to bo hard to get 'I'lnnami" .":.Inllll drpnuloat bedroom hou,e. Close In Mrs O.ln.vll1< Flnrld fttcht 3 lit

181\ Payments undr the :long with. If they were to Hi.lKi.liiiilK." t / p.. C I lice- I i FOR RENT Unfurnished! ]I R. F. Demor st. 266 Park

CHOPS PORK CHOPS war orphans Education As find n flat of berries In a lot spacious three bedroom home I PlllC'p 2trh! 1 14 We Have Moved 1953 Straight shift Belalr

Distance Act. without Identification it would and garag Nice neighbor-1 I Chevy Excellent shape-trall

Jury duty. 'an>so the whole lot to bo con- 12 Widea I hood. Also furnIshed' and un- FOR RENT-3 Bedroom Apartment Ithndtn Bookkeeping I! hitch, back up lights, radio

Lb. 6 c Lb. 49cI (161 State bonuses paid tc ,ernnod. furnlslied apartments. H. FurnUhed. 507 and Tao Service I, and heater Good gas mileage

veterans. A Center St. Inquire at 509 Center n soo. Call
tour meeting Monday< Custom Made For Kol'man) tfcha 964-4711
I 'HI Exclusion of all of a night In I.nwtey It was explain- I !,I St.. !Mrs. Ooldle: Martin Now Located at I 1 3trha 1'11

!spouse's earned income or ell the typo of materials', Florida LivingNo FOR SALE I_tf..hFurlllllhl'd << $119 CKNTEK: STREET

White ]By{ the Pie e $1,200 of hrr income!, which could bo used wifely. Wo urge I No 243 Dandy Business sit-> I In Slarkr P'CR 8AIE:-CoIH and Shepherd -
ever U more advantageous. I 118 ft frontaue: on 301 Plot .FOR APPOINTMENTCAM. female; pups Don :Mar
'noh grower to contact the Salaried Com mlHioned I* dwrlllnj! ,
Bacon Lb. Under the new law permanently County Agent to be sure that or I will be ideal<: < for Service Sta Two bed room frame 069-37Jl tin. Road 16 East Phone 934M .
EmployeesYou ; : with large dining and living I
housl'bound.t"tl'ran' tion. Restaurant other enter- ., < u 2tfh 1 21
what hi l.i applying! and howIt ':f rooms. pawd atr."t, storage i OFFICE: iiorus
Smoked By! t the Piece may receive an extra $35 r Is being applied will be advantageous prices Clos to t wn center furn
Get More house and completely "
month. Widow 111 Ict this !ito for 291 8 A..M. TO 6 I .M. FOR Itn-r--t room unfurn

Also under the new law to him. per cent on *"$.500 00 price I ished. paved street seven large Ished house 421 N St. Clair
Bacon Lb. We have four buyers on the lots. Price for quick sale S3.-
veteians who a'e blind or market at the present! time. 'I' j For Your Money No 229: Walk to shopplnT 000 00. FOR SALE OR: RENT. -to St. See i L Silcox next door./

Smoked need constant aid 1 and attend and one more coming thlllwe..k. area Dandy 8 room home 3 I A. J. Thomas. Realtor] Tel9fl4l101 settle estateHouse: and Tavern I 2tp 1 II

ance of another pt'fSOIwl1' which will be one of thelargest I Dad & Brad Larsen : bedrooms tile bath screen I on U S. 301 Estate requesting -

receive an Increase from $70 strawberry buyers In porch. IB ft. living room oak: bids for rent or sale FOR SALE One! ton aUk

Picnics Lb. to $100 In the monthly al!- the 81'1.'e' are looking forward Like To Work (floors firs place. gas furnace. 1 nou... For. Rent I Contact Ed Wilkinson phone body Ford" truck In first class

lowance. to n good I season and city water phone. Includes One $60 00 per month and, 289-4791. Jacksonville] shape with good rubber R. H.
Grade "A" The new ]law permits the VA stove. refrigerator bedroom' for 12000 month. 3tcK 1'21
sincerely hope that everyone Benefit I one per Orlder. 600 Westmoreland: 8t.
to furnish i-hyxI.ian-prescrtb-, You suits living room furniture A. J. Thomas.: Relator Tel
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will feel free to come to the II *
FRYERSLB.. ed drugs and medicine to Veterans I TV. automate! washer etc P64-5701 FOR RENT-4 bedroom living
market If they have: any prob-
who receive the aid and Paved Sheets Ea.y walk to room kitchen: and dining
** *. lents and I Ant mire\ that we All Sizes on 1)kpLiy'S I In'good house FOR SALE-1 male ChOiut-
fia. V- Attendance allowance under stores and school( 880000. FOR SALE-4tJ Chevrolet room Elderly: family:
; ran come to some undvrstnndnjr 10 12 WidesIVj I hum 8 weeks old 123.00 Can
29CRED the l law: and to Increase! from Part down condition Ci: 969-2493 $.11>> 00 pr month Located 6

HOTS LB. $35 to $38 per month the her mi He we are here ta Baths and Kxpand-: STROIT KF.U.TY Ho miles West of Stark nparSam..on after IS I p 969-2191 917 E.

death pension paid a chtlfwhen serve everyone to the best. of atticaM.W I 21 IT N. Tetnple .-\,*. Lake Contact J. L. PowfH St 2tp I 31

mr ability.M & rSKD; HElP WANTED Exper- ; Wynn Lake BiitVr
WEINERS LB.All there Is no widow. ir.! 4. 3..11. 1 Itpd
I lenced maid. All modern con-
The VA will automaticallyadjust 8 Years; Financing rho'.. "ga2$911lOt'SEiVEs! FOR RENT One bedroom
Yenl nct'S. No cooking 7 miles PRATT ST BAIT CENTER
payments to those now : \IlI"1O:' !STHKKT: : Available trailer Trailer spaces *UJi
: from SUrke Must have own wilt be open 8 d.ra: week 34
Kinds! Of eligible and will notify others! patio. Over night paikinc.Westmoreland .
\rnsr Purchase
ciiritrtiPOO Rental
: Use( Our
SEE for YOURSELVES transportstlon. OJ.-e! nam hours. Closed on The Lrd'aDiii

of their possible entitlementThe I'I"n- .PII'ment Under Women earning $3 or'' address. age. references.! Reply I L#t< >rt to church. Itp Traitor Park.
Fresh are
Greens-Fir! r-h 19cTZMPETELlNEOFROCERIES Increased amounts WI! DlockV.. Madison. St r Phone 969-21M or 969-3391
$:>0.00 Per Month more and hour representing to P. O. Box 70. Stark"
be contained In chocks received Sunday Service: Sunday| ai'I' FOR SALE-1958 S 700 Ford tie!!.
FU :ltl'hsr i :
Avon. Write Mrs. Oilda Swat
on or abaut: February School 9:45: a.m.; Morning 2 ton pulp wood truck New

1 1. 1965. "orihip It am.; Training'!! Lake Geneva P 0 Bo< S4O. Llv Oak. 91.. ,| 16 PER MONTH, assume remaining motor Phone '78 -3901 or 7833784 LN WALDO furnished 2 room

Union 6:15: p m.; Evening ,' FOR SALE Davenport bed. 6 payments per 2t chr 1 JlFOR apartment. Kitchen bedroomand

Worship! 7:30: p.m. Dinette Sot. Spe Bedroom set month on repossessed 64 bath UUUtles: suppUedPtiony < .
Trailer Sales SALE 2 heifer I'
Can You TakeA Weilnvmlay Services: Fam-
vlth Sprg & new mattl'S'St. model Swing Nedle! Dlal-O-! 4M-II84 Itp

\ WE STOCK ly night and Midweek i wor-, .. 1 Filing\ case! and Safe1 I Matte Z\a\ Zaz. Mikes hund- 2 fershen this mo other about
I mo. I bull Garnet
ship 6:30-7:30: : p.m. ox combination. 9 by II rug. I! reds of fancy st1'*hes. auto-' Studer. ; FOR RENT 4 room frame:
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phone 488-1147
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Nursery open and staffed Rt: 100-1 Mile S.E. Platform rockersVall! ca>vInet matte buttonho'es. sews on !Q,4-5a5l. house with bath.. Range, ho

Night Of Fright for all services.. A Southern Keystone' Heights and many other house- buttons.. blind 1 hems, mono I 1tch water heater fumUhed- Foe

Now Open All Day :Monday( baptist Cooperating: Church.} Open hold items. Also 13 ft. Fibre grants e-nbroHen.<: darns, FOR RENT One and two Information call 984-W14

Allen- Hardenbrook-And Smith See Screamorama Friends, unsaved ami un. Sundays and Evenings Olau boat. AU priced for patches. ere Quaranteel.Write bedroom trailers ran be moved after 5:30: p. m. or seeUr .

churched cordially Invited. j culck .cle Call Keystone Credit Mgr P. O.Drawer on your own lot.o3.J.> Lewis at Priest's S A 10. 381

j Rev. Felder L. Rowan.( Pastor. I fgts 473-3134.: ltp A. Staxke. 3tp i38;: White phone 964-1651. Itchg'' W Weldon St. 3tp I.I"tG

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I I ulna anywhere within Uu first came here. Our banana copper tubing With all!! threeof ('.\nn OF TIIXMtS! Plastic Notebook ,::.%0 at 'bill

United States which says tc tree! which got knocked down' different sizes! and different I I.EGKAPH.:

< our young people In tluetent by a cold spell\ last (month.1. means of connection\ It We wish to express' our ,

you are too !laiy or lack now has" a big green leaf, and was a pioblem that taxed theIngenuity heartfelt appreciation for the Fishing Contest

the Initiative to complete you: that in the second. week In of handy :Man S.&m. food and floral: contributions .
1 lots of However, when crawled and tho warm kindness shown Now O|>en-K. MureTo
education and learn a skill. January Of course! he '
I I ewne( on an-We'll pay you Ud other evidence Is on hand, out finally he reported' to to us at the loss. of our lovedonn. KnterVuur

A Parable For Call StreetOnce I Jan. 7, 1963 *. Ito I }welder\ why It 1 l.i: such as a begonia\ In flower, Alice Hint. the Job was done Tho family" of Burnell .. IletulquurteraFirestone KNhlnjc "Supply,

Dear Mr Matthews: necessary for you and I kP1' but "Imagine a banana tree and that It doesn't. It.'ak-at SiUili.. Tnulctto Rebut LouisoCrlftu
I read with Interest Individuals to compleU mil green In January! As a least not much. Loon, James. and l :Malcolm ( Store

upon a time there was! a mer business! in the downtown area-that II I editorial In this week's heir education in a Job rule that himt-tovInK rascal .U i..

, chant who was always complainingabout parking meters were removed a yearor graph entitled! "To Help Corps Training Center ,,'henWI withered and brown In N>>- ----- -
business! being bad (this is so' ago. They appreciate this cooperation I Help Themselves." already pay for them toUM vrmbrr\ and earlier If you -

no fairy tale). on the part. of the city administration The opening arugment I the public schools? leave your ref.Igeiator: door

He noted that the store across the and are not cutting their pressed! In the editorial I will be! the first to admit opi>ii too al'( ". e.ORtb4 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

street seemed' to be doing: all right own throats by parking their cars all the reader's attention to I' acme real problems exist. and ESTABLISHED 1079

but somehow customers never seemedto day long in front of their scene presented In till!t something need to be The pessimists. are not satisfied 4
bll\inel\sel\'l Court here the week prior done about It I submit thai with the! weather\\ One
find their way inside' his emporium. But ali.i is so often the E. L. MATTHtWS." COITOn AND PUBLISH
Christmas when" seven of the Job Corps Training Center of them said lust WI'.k..1tmllY A.aACIMz
Finally, things got so bad that the is A small minority of chronic offend-I young people ranging lu II !!! Is I, not the cure-all sun- bt nice. now. but you V y : CONTINUOUSLY
merchant decided to do a bit Of investigating ers who are indifferent to their own from 14 to 16 waited to I noted by the proponents I wait and see. whenever wo! % 1914 FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEW.U.LI..UD" )
in an effort to find out best interest-as well as that of their sentenced by the dm not believe! that the locution have a warm ..1"III1Rwu .TtoN UNDIS THB SAN" MASTHEAD" "

just what the trouble waa. His stock neighbors and persist in parking Judge It Li indeed I of such a center within have fronts. in. .April. :' rUSLI SNED EACH TMUMVOAV AND CNTKSCO A* SECOND CLASS MATTES AT THe

wan clean and well displayed his salespeople their cars for several hours, and in ate that these young thks area will be a bllnht: to POST Orrica Ar STARKC FLA UNDCR ACT Or MARCH s. 1.7..
courteous and well trained, his some cases all day long, taking up found lhemnolve. In this the community as niggestedba But just look) at your calendar (
.atlon-at U Indeed : some, of the opponents. If The tiadltlonal fll'atpIIIIlU" $2.00OIPraIDm
prices as low as any in town. Everything valuable 8PiaC1thnt mean dollars and IN THE TKADK AREAONA1 YKArt. J3.&O: : SIX MONTHS
inside the store seemed to be in cents to the business community. The ate that our community swch: center Is located here date of Fib 14 Itjutt TRAHH AREA.: 0:0.11YEAn: \: $40l SIX MONTHS $1.23.: .
duced the conditions as I I !flo! hot believe. we will\ havea About month away, so
order--the trouble must lie outside. have had to issue almost 20 ,
state an urustlafactory h' rapid rise lit the local! crone. before long the'r.11I -
..,ylt"i" -::y. Finally he went to the door and overtime parking tickets to local people I environment etc which tALe or that. the young people be vetting hard.. ready to plant

looked-.and what'did he see? His own in the first few days this week tributed to their presence that: will bt. sent here to attend spring CI-UIMI\! Watermelon

car parked "front of thi?>store.-'and many of them to owners and man- court. These young the center will overrun growers the big test Ham-biers.

two cars belonging to members of his agers of stores and their employees had a normal IQ, but the! contmunlty .a undenlrfeJPes of all are alieadv setting sotto

within the block. Mayor Randal Chitty says, 'Wedon't poor attendance at I am opposed\ to the "dare the frost" ,
staff taking
up spaces You''further! Ute that principle of this <. {
Several would-be customers drove .by". intend to be licked by this' problam program b''WE'VE
young, persons. will painted\ out above Nl'eI'h..I'e big meeting' on
and the police have instruction! a
and cast longing glances toward his drop out of school and bto<' What Is the solution to this water troubles. H bring held
working' at it until' the busP *
to keep
store--but no parking space available, Part of the army of \ problem r ) I? There. Is no supple tonlg'ht lit t.awt..y Were
-they drove on to a place of business ness! people come to realize what I is', ployed twnuufrs The solution, if indeed there, is a planning on attending U, because <

that is fortunate enough to have best for themselves and for others along ial contends. that these solution at all. I believe. that like most others In thin

ample off- treet parking. Call Street. i should be placed In a there are .several. a ways that I section, we have a lot of rust, I"

I When the merchant: saw what was "They sound very cooperative when I Corps Training. Center I our community and our State sediment and goodness knows BEEN '

happening he quickly moved his car the police talk to them" Mayor Chit- I Through thU opening can asMlit. l young.. "people what else In our water and Ar'r
maize of statistics the .....( Plrat" U-t's I re-evaluate' ourpCbllc wait to know what If any t
said "but the next day they're apt )
his clerks
to thecback alley and had I Is led to believe that the .
system to detarmliw thing can bi done about It.
'f'" ; business thrived and he When parking meters were" first\ taken test -
; tl.&rned"I,1il' the answer to all of our that ten million young The water from: the tap
lived.hMppirtr everta er.The( End) out, the action was hailed a* a def- I and econoink-al problems People will full to romplete lot. ** rlesr enough but If welot Jfi

.-- ., ....;v. .Spunds lke( a, fairy tale 'do n' inite stimulus to business' in the will end unemployment \ hair M ish\ M'h.x! education 1 It stand for a while I IIIt'dlnu.nt
downtown district We still need! this teenager I wonder? doing the next ten years
..' And 3et'thls-'Ie more or )less'degreeitja foittn. As a result &
I ;stimulus and will for to come. First. I wonder where W iat can be done to assist the stuff clogs t'IIU"I'S'ully '' er
Ir.J.H''r.l'' -= .. 'ust ).."Yha.t'" huppenialaE some years Job fl tins school. i pipes .
proponents of this : .urrit-litls" In their
.::1.i p,4;, -'ff' store* 'along Call treet todly.'l; *iTheJre, is ample off-street' parking vt'ry Ins Center were during I (attempt to, keep these young a while stains, the and system e\ery once purges In (f:
two blocks .of
e or
wiihinjo .
,-"' 'Ask members fof.the'pnlieeforcewho : : : ) earlier. formative' years P'\'CI'PI.' In rho6l? "
.(.,... "business house(. .Callt'Stfeet .!..:more' an.1 l wo'get nNpoiit of muddy _
have been"1' staging' a concerted .; on these young people's live 4' l S s-otalt'Irt's" : .be; sure that water, And we are supponed

t. drive this week to break up a practice 1.. than 'sufficient to take, care of -business i- the! years when these'" trose" young Persons. who have to have H ".I..k'rll.. ," or oneabmtt Vitro 1 n smsrlcss loss: to lose your import-
J' 'men and their employees. i ten were forming their the ability stvl the desire to
HO feet .
.... I; that H annoying as it ia economically : According to an old adage of business -' look on life It lI..nls.1>. ; oliCaln a high "m-hool. edirall deep. I tint PUIKJI-S. vnltinhlu jewelry, family keep-

7fi3. -unsound.' I that these.. persons '; .'.'n have the opportunity to : Kakrs..vnlual that so easily could be
.Y. The' '.'police are quick! to tell us that I ''The.customer is always right"certainly I very Interested and ,' do sn through the public And< speaking of water, old MifrgunnltHl nRiunst theft, misplacement,
Hsnrtv Man Bum crawled under
majority business people are not this would. Include the over this proUlun now Mhool" program, either
a the house! on Saturday to : fin>, llotxl, prying cyt M.nnd for only a few
of this :. was at their right to a parking place when'he wantsto the Federal" Oovernment, UI..OIllII1< attendance at regular
K:4 guilty
; practiced fix .
{ a leaky' tilting promptly cent \vwk.. Why risk delay? Kent a suit/
effort to stimulate visit a store to 'spend .his money. Illlmi to pour A vast .. school session* or, for those
request in an busted It off and spent the
: $ of money Into It-or 'U It I' who I were unable to romplet deposit box here today I -
r rest of the, day replacing It
:. perulUr Is the I hlwh .school In regular sesslitns. '
I Tiviuble was that spur U also
of this in this I night school
Center a piogram
the of a black snake, '
An- Duo motivated 6y compassion I I Third; let's support and .
Apology! and In the rml-diknc! .
thes yutmg people or by strengthen thou non-acade
when B4m reached l tar a
:: real Interest. In assisting" I me orgnalssllons. which have
;'- **" ...... Lasttweek 'carried- of encouraging' In'helping themselves or j designed to build wrench, hit wasn't sure of
The Telegraph a the I piograms
\ mirpoM Re-'I'i what he would.l pick up. Fin- FtORID/V
__", <>* n vcs KJtn'thit\ Harold Hilil/ehalrmaa t. publican reiriatraUoos. motivated by the ) character or motivate young anally hIP omirneted. < himself. I
*? rWe would have the |Item, l money wtilrh .y. arslUbln people to improve, the ns I ..
l' L.cI.7 l County. Republican Eset'utlv87tAmmlt % printed ,. I Jflt..U..moves, 11 *lll be Mr.
'no rnatrer-io.pi, > A reJ'Tttu proieet l ? f I v t's thtbul'h'IM'r.' Clark! .. r .
to speak at of course. Snake: and drop (It'
** was
..... wonder whr m .
I 'Irilllatlv? *
.ond. and
his home 8:30 last Saturday the meeting but 'In fairness to our I quick; If It doesn't move It BANK AT. STARKEOne
}1 at : a.m. of the proponents of tho'I .twh aa than listed above .
on the proposed Job Corps Training readers this information should have Center have neglected to others h : Bi>y- 'eVouts. nar/l/ must be .tit. wench"lint ,I

Center that it being sought for the been included and we regret that the port those RrMits., Hoy'g Club. you mluht know It wa of 31 Bunks of the Florida National Group

I "*,,"' >' Starke area.., We printed the item in complete ,facts were not given to us. many 1 of whkh are '.. r rCA' and .(' forth a complicated. problem. bn-

/ good faith, and assumed that Is was We hope that no "good Democrat: available within our FourthIxt's establish 'suse" It was a union of plan- Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.DLccovei' .

..*. "*> given to us in the name manner. were embarrassed by attending the I, ity. wlilch' have the ( lelwork. of Vbcsdonsliclnmls tic pipe. csst-lron pipe and _
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However It now appears that our meeting without knowing its full significance. -' and or much on the"" mm .

}: Informant did hot give us all the facts. Mr. Hill .b A.the. right to i i young peobte In.economic onn'om I nclrr as. the Florida Junior
whatever topic he chooses I: the srtclal and i Nillkg "'''''f'lJl. to provide .<.1-
We were not Infurmed that the meet- speak on tora which contribute to ,dlt tonal vocational training

Inll"- w.-.. in fact one of a series wfRepublican but he should Instruct: his publicityagents i I problem. I do not mean ,for those young |xnjn who,
Registration BreakfaKts, to be more specific in their i service support or : fmft to attain certain skills i I the in the

stM.n-. ured l by the Republican: Party for news releases.' financial. suinxTt I ; freed, by the schools Thislntlnlnr | difference

.up' a rt by lending your could I he offered 'free. !I Ito ,
and talents As an ,*. i Include. room and board Iflecpssary. '
. at the Boy Scout shouM I' (1
\look but no one ,
I II tlicnnrintin
Goodwill Comes To Toi rn gram within our bot paid bY tax! money, to atetil i j5Cllevl.oelt> ; r/tf orifrffinsJtrA :

Pare I This Is something I can \ ; Industries. who require '' rrs Ilu'u tllT'jrtJlII l (It/, ollU'r( )
on. We have one healthy erlailn skills rould, have a'
If you have been puzzled over whatto employed' at the Goodwill workshop Scout Park and one proeram to pay persona. ac- .,

do with that old suit or pair of In Jacksonville! where the articles Troop W. re ently had 'ulillng those. skills ,

shoos that are too irood to throw away, you place in the deposit box are Junk the rplorer program \ I>t's be realistic There are '
and In saleable no adult<< or about and old.
but not good enough to wear In public cleaned repaired put cause 'wee prrnnns young
The things donate offer adulta could be found to whot through no fault of their
stop worrying., ,. The answer is at hand.Iwtst condition. you I r'
and cept the leadership of .. unable to find work ,
week. Goodwill Industries. Inc. employment to these' people, &wI! are CAI aria-
( program This program ,.Yen,. though they are skilledn
in their rehabilitation I
box greatly '
Installed deposit help "
of Jacksonville a the mar Is designed hag( exhausted' the reuurtes h r7aM
In Starke for the first time. It isWatrd Goodwill Industries operates five! re ally for boys 14 tI'U". !/ available to them Inn .

on the Starke Plaza at thenortheast tail outlets in Jacksonville and one In I' age and promotes i Job effort to obtain employ n

corner of the Winn-Dlxte Gainesville, where the items that arereceived Ins a* a part of Its m"'lt>* Thene persona need an I -- -r rrw.
parking Jot on West Madison Street. and processed' are sold to the A town of thla alas should I hasld receive asslstsnc. .

}tags are dispense< from a compartment public and the funds used to pay salaries !I able to stippnrt several hr>IIMh a program of .som-.
Rrout TreY...*.. and *: tho.. who
obtained handicapped<<1 workers. Parks. vpfrt's help.
in the box. After the bag,. I It to (
.Poets--arwl themselves to theIrnlt
and filled it be depositedIn Po now-at the beginning of a new poorer iat helped
may Scout organizations. euI of their. capabilities, '""""" :tl't)r< CoupeK1en
the box. and another bag taken year-it a good time to go through not naive enough to I t f.. require! those who have f,'ills:. :. .* roomy a car a* Chevrolet, enr builth'"vM
horn. for fillingwhen' discarded clothIng closets and dresser" drawers and sort that Scouting or any of thetnwl to don
and other items of clothing that are nol> helped you .take In everything;, tfwrw'g "inorv/ ruum Inside. / moved, l furwupl to "lvo you muff font norm, ao. Iw..rJt'Io!
shoos amall appliances out those several other th-m 1efaml
<< within before w* help this car (hun In any Chevrolet as far f t hiirk as they Itt}. 't',. the way a 'lr] household! it*.nvs are available.If no longer being used and are not now prevent our to reward thooe who have wider i this year an) the attractively curvwl window help l| un" more reucon;' tu !auk you What do you' girt l hy saying

the clothe you wish, i to get rid worth, the space they are taking up. I I munity or available eri' e box which work with young th.. IJ'IJ'IJrortunlU..a' available ti
the Goodwill deposit -
them to -
Take ::-
dirt7don't .
of hesitate are torn to put worn them or In the Goodwill where they will serve a double purpose -I pie to the will problem be ,a complete but I do. pr"nm.horn, by being.I. e by a part!locating of this a ;: ......11 ,. { m.. .uqff; ,

providing someone with clothing r \.,
account. In fact the will -- r
box on that that they ran and Foil Corps Training Center .
items! that need repair are just aswelcome and shoes at a modest price, and properly supported do irinhln our community I lit a .te,. ::

as those that are In tiptopshape. providing employment for handicapped 'to\ provide \the ... ill take an InUTest\ In this 44' p .:

Around 125 handicapped: people people. i -. & I necessary by some young ttehlrm:: from a i-eallstle' andjrurtlrabl 'j' 'ii
ple to compete their\ \* viewpoint and .
tion and lob (raining rally lo something to rllmln .
I Third I wonder why al"1 U>. problem-\ not reward c. tr / P- : : //

One Cause Of Wrong N umbersto I proponents of the Jut>>> 1&J t e Ir bya vw tr ,.. /
Training. Center eel( It I W Shiner ;;
.. r fre f- I/
necessary to an ,
Are you using pencil or similar object register.It .,.... .- "If "
work like this : When you dial /-1><
in dialing numbers on the telephone I vi
number 9 with a pencil you pull I Farmer's Diary V.l'
? If so. that might be the rnuaonou' say rItK
the dial wheel around by the leading -..;- ; ____ __ _
retting so many wrong
of the hole until the pencil strikes Cwwir Cwsu tipvrl Coupe
The. Richmond Times-Dispatch tells the end bar or finger-stop.. The pencil Its B.m Mr.arvy; I IbldollJnar II ('Oll'lllll-TI/,,! onrear enutne American I car made.

of Irate office< worker who waa being stops. but the wheel keeps turning I Tou ah/witl r>&I l what: the autornoll/i. rru ( i/inr my ran touch) Its n'lIlIIl They V\Y if you haven't driven K
an wrong-numberitls. Atelephone until the trailing edge of the hole hits up son, afterward I Unit trw. '.;.', <(CorvMir.< : They'ru.. wlbl' ar*.it Its ride They new ( 'urvur:
plagued by the pencil.<< Only a fraction of an inch i hink there's nothing eUi thu able. of thu AlUntlc that you Just dun't t knr1 what you're i iJJrite rniollllln.
in and.
repairman was called ,T. t ,Not.,, all .berry. grower are
involved but that
finding nothing. wrong with the phone, of movement is numberto may hogilna; for a inn.I. one+ of mrt/ung> really nrw-diJlcovor the di/ferenrf at your Chevrolet' J'acr"JIlu''nl .

he asked if the employe used an ordi- be enough to cause' an extra them last .week. 'Tti I IUM ( ( / ( // ('on"ir'tJI1''llfJ
in ll1'V't(111"1
nary pencil to dial with, and the answer register, resulting "wrong number ... thing t want nr/w 1t a /
was 7f'I.! heed. freew: I ...'1)0'hot\ 09 lueGATEWAY'
that To avoid this particular cause of writhe" ? 1It.a. ,. the way It Is
The then explained
repairman wrong numbers t use" either. young. finger i Berry prices are :) with' maybe a few thud frosts

pencil-dialing can cause an 'awful lot or other object a*. Urge! a.*. the, last! weHi!: and hit around but no real.. low.tetncvraturs. CHEVROLET ''nc.I"
of wrong numbers because a pencil: numbered hole. 14 mark and If that ...
hokU the grower* will R7 far this has _n a win .
bring smaller than the numbered holeon Having,. given this free adrke. to ", ,
ptcaivd Th market < tr tha- win: go "d'l'wn !in
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vyyyyyy.y..yyyyyyyyy..yy.yyyKEYSTONE i ,.TI''..... ,.........., Miss KHS PageantTo ........v............, with 18. Kenneth Tomllnaon

Clay Electric Be HeldJanuary \Water Rate Increase Ordinance with 13. Robert McGuire with

HIGHLIGHTSBy LAKE GENEVA MELROSE 12.: and David Wilson with 10.

28 Hawthorne won the girl

Mary K. Schaeffer I Lillian B. Mann ; LinemanElectrocuted I Fails To Pass On First ReadingA I Ity Mrs. Grant Kolbhammei. : game also with a 37-to-33.
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be held Jan. 28 In the school proposed; water rate Increase ate action through, at- I "'wan..,,'. flub :Meeting lassies with 13 points apiece.

Schaeffer, publicity chairman.A PARTY cafeterlum starting at 8 p. m,, for Keystone Heights toiney. to collect delinquent The Woman's Club held a Enjoying a New Years Eva:
EXCHANGE VOWS card party planned for Mrs. Alan Byrd entertained: failed to unanimously on (eft) estate taxes. and the
Competing for the title \\'11b\ PASS I business meeting Wednesday. party at Bud Manor wete'Mx.and !! : .
Miss Nancy Louise Button January 21, was postponed till with a Liquid Embroidery William Lloyd; Varnes. 22- girls representing various I the first reading Tuesday Mayor was designated! to collect Jan 6. at tlie club Mrs. Bob Buel Mrs. Dock

daughter of Mr and Mrs. February 1. It will be held at party at her home Thursday.Jan. year-old lineman for Clay business establishments and night and will come up fo.' I delinquent. personal" property i Luncheon was. served at noon Tl.ion. Carolyn. Irma 'aa4Vlcicl

Harold I Lee Sutton. of! the Masonic Hall at 1 p. m. 7. Those attending werj Electric: Cooperative at individuals In the sariounding Us second reading at tile regular taxes. Hostesses were Mrs .Jesse P T1M>n. Randy Becky.

Keystone Heights. became the and again at 8 p. m. Mrs. Mrs. P. C. Mabrey. Mrs. Steve Keystone Heights was area. meeting on Feb. 9. Councilman Warren. reported Greene. \Mrs E'.irle Rice, and I Mark, Toby. Rob and DavIe,

bride of Robert Andrew Kramer Fremont Tolles. Mrs. J. D. Broadway. Mrs. Judy Drown. trocuted Tuesday while l'leC-j Girls will be Juiljed In evening Councilman Roy Watkins meeting wait a i.nueNoith I Mrs. Joseph WUlUins.Duplicate Buel. Ed. Jim and Virginia,.

son of Brig. General and Hanson. and Mrs. M. H. Mrs. O. C. Payne. Mrs. R. H. Ing on power lines located dress and street! nttlrc. moved adoption of the! ordInance Ciuoliua. lumoer cuiu- Itrlilse, Simmons and Susan Latt .

Mrs. Philip F. Kromer of Schoefer will be In charge. Rutledge. Mrs. Oeorglna: Baker next to U. S. 301 at t Camp- and sl'lectlon'ill be basedon after Its first rt'ldlllll''TUl'sdiIY patsy that U 1'HeiesteU' : in Winners of Melrose Duplicate Mrs Dock TUon and children .

Melrose. on Saturday Mrs. Sara McDonald was and Mrs Evelyn Wise who vilte beauty poise and charm. night but Chairman leasing. portion& of the Keystone Bridge Club for tan week recently visited Mrs.

Inn, Jan. 9. mom-I appointed chairman or Uw I conducted the instruction The Aluchua County she Each girl will receive a personal Dill Beam voted "no" 01UtI! Airport property. for the. / Include the following\ : Mrs TUon sisters Mrs. A. M.

The wedding was Hobby Show to be held February -I class. Refreshments were serv rifts office said that Varneswas Interview by the judges grounds that consumers munufactuie of mobile homesWarren Pa ley Boyd and AtiS, CotliMaxson. Howrll>> and Mrs. J. A. Owenso

with a nuptial mass in tit. 11 and 12. Hand crafts. ed. dead on arrival at Ala- viho are outstanding citizen should be given more time to said tne coinpuny I and !Mrs E'jnor!:! ) > :Mlcanopy

William's Catholic Church in I ceramics. and art such ai Little Lori Ann Baker. chua General Hospital at af Gainesville: and .Jackson study the new rate before its makes a mublle home thai" UU Cooper and Mrs K P. Vouh Mr\ and Mrs.\ II. F Howe
Keystone daughter of Mr\ .and Mrs 10:20 final All other : lout: wlau and bit> lest lo'iu.unU or
with Father Thomas paintings, antiques and curios : a. m. vllle. : adoption. coun- tied for first place, Mrs San Bernardino. Calif. and

Kelly officiating. will be featured at the Floyd Baker la. patient In Deputy Johnny Yarbrouth The!' sponsorship lee it S3 cUm, present I Watkins, Ed cannot; oUialit penults to Mary Cook and Mis( Iva 1(111-( Mrs Lillian How;* of Highland

Given in marriage by her Hobby Show. A luncheon will Alachua General Hospital. [ said that Varnes was work and the sponsor will receive lU-nnett. and Bill Warren) move them to b'loilua" thionghtioullj yer. third place Mrs Arthur Calif recently visitedMr

father the bride chose aa her be served at noon. Rodney Bamford left for I ing with crews engaged In free advertisement' during the voted In favor of the ordinance Cuiollna. The tiallershave Elliott and :Mrs Ed Long- and Mrs W. D. Isenhowen

mold of honor. Miss Mary Instead of a luncheon meetIng Tallahassee Sunday Jan. 3. moving power lines to allow contest. Councilman Jack Habcr-. to bti brought around neckri, fouith place. \Mr\ and Mrs. B B. Keller

Ann Schaeffer, of Keystone. In January there will bea where he will\ enter Florida for the widening of 301 when The public Is Invited to attend stroh was! absentA through the mountain oTciuiesseo ;.March Of IHme and Mrs. Bunyan Kelley spent

Donald J llefna of Mount covered dish supper on State University H!, will\ ma I:. the accident occurred. Witnesses unanimous vote Is rl"Q\&lr.1\ and the company The march of Dimes had Its Thursday, in Gainesville.\

Dora. se.t.ed aa best man. January 26 at 6:30: p. m. in jor in Business Management. said that Varnes cams: i ed to adopt an ordlnaiico U therefore' anxious to open a kick off parade, Tuesday. .Jan Pvt John E DoYle has returned

Ushers were the grooms the Community Church edu- Rodney, who Is the son of In contact( with a hot line after Its first reading Only plant In "k'ii' lila Waiicu said U.: at Starke T C. Miller of to Foil Rucker, Ala,,
brothers. F cational building. Mrs James E. Hasaler and and fell feet School' Library with Miss Emma Ueam was elected: cualiinan* after
Philip Kromer Special about 40 to the a majority! vote U re III. of New York: City. and guests will be the Keystone the late! Arthur A. Bamford ground He was not wearinghis Kate Mansfield.Mr. after the second leading. for anotiier term and II&> boy for lliadfoid County A his parents. Mr and Mrs.James .

Henry E. Kromer. of Atlanta. High school teachers and graduated from St. John safety belt at the tune of and Mrs Harold P. I ChAirmAn Beam said that a pointed tlie toilowing commu- benefit show will bfi held at J. Boyle, on Lake

Oa. their husbands or wives. River Junior College with the accident Habcrstroh of Valparaiso.. In.t.1: copy of the ordinance Is available Leo cJiuluucn.; Staikn Hull Hchool. Flkiav. Swan

Leo LeBlanc soloist sang The Christmas luncheon: highest honors. b.-lng among Varnes hud apparently completed have been visiting Mr. and at the City Hall for I'uuilc ttulely Mayor ML. Jan 13 Everyone; Is Invitedto Cut! and Mrs. Jesse P.-

"Panls Angelicas prior to the held Dec. 23: was a lovtiy af- those named to the Dean's one part of his job and I Mrs Jack Hibrrstioh. The anyone wishing. to read It before Uoa.tley chairman. attend. Greene spent the Christmas

cl'remonY.nd during the fair. The program featured a List. hud unfastened his safety belt two men are b.-others.: Mrs. final adoption. Public %Woiks Ed\ Ucnnettchaliman. Tlie Women of Trinity Epl and New Year holidays with

offectory. an "Ava Maria He reading. "How Come Christ T. M. Flnley was In Tallahassee before attempting( to move up Harold Haborstroh Is a former Mayor M\ I... IK'nsley. reported count Church met at t-.n' their son-in-law and daughter.

was accompanied: by Mrs. mas" given by Mrs. Richard Tuesday. Jan 5. to attend the power pole In moving he I Gainesville girl and she that he Is still nrnovU-' Finance and Law Jack home of lr and Mis CwlR. Col and Mrs. J. B. Cole

Janet Lamm. organist. P. Vogh of Melrose. Mrs. Axe 1 the Inaugural ceremon came In contact with the wire and her husband also visited I ting for the purchase bv the llaberstioh cliairman.Alrpoit Hook. on Lake H.intrt Fe nuin and children at McOulrej

Following the ceremony a Malmgren led the carol singing ies.Mrs. which carried: T.200Iolts." I IYarbrounh I I her brother Charles Weight rlty of the Keystone Water JillVIII'rt'1\ Air Force Bane In New Jersey.
Mrs Albert< "tii'es a pienlrtent.
wedding breakfast was' served with Mrs J O Hanson Charles Hodges of Pa- said, Varnes' body I In Gainesville They then Woiks but hud nothing definite chaiiman.tipoclal 1 Mrs. Martha. MacKearglldlius
numiNt, Mm Ovid, tliino),
at the home of the bride's at the piano. Hostesses .were latka spent a few days with had burns on the fare hand. traveled to M..rliit. Island to to report at this meetIng !: cunuiilltee for the I Mm Jnm Chunre! end<1 Ills returned after a week I.,

parents for the wedding Mrs. John Bird. Mrs. William her brother-in-law\ and sis and arms visit their diiimhter. Mrs King ( Impiovciiu-nt of local bual- Miami visiting frlendi
Kd: Allen .an 11 committee 1 Fm()
party. the immediate! families! M. Smith and Mrs. Fremont ter. Mr and Mrs R. O Mann.. Surviving are! his wife. Diane Scunner the former Carolyn According" to the auditors ness-Hoy Watklns chalimuii the Kale. td be held Mr and Mrs. Tom Spencer

the musicians. and Father Tolles. On Sunday. Jan. 3. the Varnes.!: his parents. Mr. Habcmtroh Caiolyn'a husband report delinquent taxe. real' The Council will meet Tuesday In the niminii spring\ Mrs .James. attended, the Inaugural ball in

Kelly. ATTENTION Ol'PONT Manna had as their guests and Mrs Selby K Varnes, i U employed at Cape Kennedy and personal) owed to the night Jan Ito\) open! ( the Jacksonville Friday flight:
Lackey rr-iKirt on
After a short redding triP. CREDIT fMON MEMBERS: Mr. and Mrs Carl Garner of and a brother. Selby. Jr. all City total $5.18: 16 dating back bids and itl.tcu.s the matter dinner which gave It"was.. held when Mr. and Mra C A. Ford

the couple Is restdlr( at Gray Members of the DuPonf Pensacola of Santa Fe Lake near )Melrose Jack and Gladys H.ibentroh! to lDIt! WAS darkled that of airport iiianagemenl in the lllaliop was here for Con- and daughters spent the

Mossman Seminole Ridge Mining Employees Credit Onion : and his grandmother. had a wonderful present this the city would take approprlMrs. nioi detail throat inn Mri I II I O MeuurJfn weekend with \Mr and Mr.
Melrose. will hold their 14th annual Mrs Nellie] C Scarborough of past Christmas. Their children J W Simmon and f-mlly: : in
Cliiuo. mill Mrs Spires
Southslde being from 81-57 and The sent them Orlando.
meeting In the Jacksonvilletie Jointly plane
Out of town guests Included Deinuid BJocomb were dome, were! elected it* committee
Elementary Cafeteria South Ooldlea being 58 and Up. tickets to come for a Christmas I Mrs John Fredrlksson" and
Mrs. Stephen Boynton. sisterof guests of Mrs. Ann James, Following the meeting, all for buylnii* material, to makecotts'FR
Colley Road Starke at 6 p. The youngsters team won visit In Pennsylvania daughter, of Jacksonville spent
the groom and her ton party to observe two oc- and are members, of tha Benlor : members and guests. 1m 111< which the. women of
Scott of Columbia. S. C. an* m Saturday Jan. 16. with a net average of 39 2.T.1 canlons One-It wan the post- There they vUlted all thrlr Citizens Club of Btatke lOll five from tuinesvllle the church will make for the Sunday with her brother and
Business will include married children I living In iUter-tn-livw.' Mr and Mra.
reportson On the winning team
Mrs. Richard Blrkenbach. an ma liter's. Miss Gladys Tlllls Under coiwltleiaUon. and action Chapter 44. retired \lo the choir.
aunt of the groom.of Colum' 1964 operations and election Mrs T. J Hawes. Mrs Frank had WllllainApnrt. South Wllllum- banquet hull, wheie refienh-' Mr Olllx-1-t AUen' Jr Knvr Ray tllrt.
birthday. two- they HI toile business meeting
and Montoursvllle Pn. Mr. and Mrs.
of officers.There Ottlnger. Mrs. Alex Brokas.Mrs. I port. Spencer
bus. Ohio. I Just about flnLth-d anoth-er I was the chanue, In ments were seived by Mrs tlie actIvities o'
will be door pricedrawings and they saw for the first necessary a report on
: Fremont Tolles. Mrs E. Swamnoum of Illinois hove
The new Mrs. Kromer la Rosalia Colgln Mr*. Irene
a of Christmas rush mall- tho meeting days Hevcrnl: the. Altar Oullcl Mm Cecil R
for those I excluding year time several new grandchildren. -
T Martin. Mrs W H Red- moved Into the Bert Fearsall
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graduate of Keystone High arrive time. injr church and fraternal oiganljtlon :.- Hook submitted! the budget
officers I who on
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School. a member of the first Dick and Bernice Foiiarty meet during the first lU-t'd. Tim neat regular mevlIIIH for the which WAS sicct'pteMI -
Poole lucky year
There will also be education : The Llvewlres' average was Mrs Ann wa< Mr and Mr. Ray Strict
graduating class of 1963 She in Heights for third the will be held at B p, in on Elliott: a
were! Keystone she and week of month, l Mr Arthur
entertainment! and eats. 43 1 7, and Ooldlea' 43 5 8 I the other day when was office land and children have movixl -
Jan. 11*. with election of
attended St. John River JunIor [ Christmas at their home qn It from Otter
canting conflicts so was winter visitor her/
turning her "
You are asked to be on I A delicious luncheon was not hurt after ,I of 1 to Mapleton, Iowa Mr.
!a The final I meeting
College. B, Lakevlew Drive The Fog- the toOain.v1lie voted to chunni the meeting take. attended. 1 tin
time and bring your spouse 1 the homeof i! auto over on way :3& Strickland Is the daughter at
served at p. m. at I this year will bo held Feb
The is currently a living In "
groom date effective
LEADER arty. are It tukca 1101 to In February, meeting
Mr and Mr. C P. PerryMr ,
Mrs Janis! Batts. and the
Tallah"-I when of committee
student at the University of of I see now. where Dick 'hook.AAItP ," from the first and third I reports Hoy Hcout Troop 100 ramped -
employee get ,
Steve Moore an ; monthly business meeting fol1 !- I will be mudJ Installation of and Mrs. J F Johnson/
Florida.WOM4VS. ployedLt ThurmUys to the second, and night and Haturctiiy
will replace fllMTMt:' 11(11.1)4LL'lII.'i I"ihlay ,
Clay Electric and children of St. Petersburg
1 lowed.BOOSTER. will In the
CLUB < and Mrs. Paul Bird and officers take place Branch TlioHf
as Scoutmaster : MM.TIM1; : fourth Thursday of each lit foul lleuil
Barry spent the! weekend with her
PLANS ACTIVITIESAn 105. Bar CLCB Infant son. of Norfolk Va enjoyable luncheon andbusinesS month The covered dUh>> chapter room at B p. in on attending. were. B-nlor I'utro!I
of Boy Scout Troop Booster An. mother/ Mrs. R.I:. Hanks and
Helihta U.c'cUUfUN.TY
executive Board fcCeetIrur Keystone New Year's with IJt Feb. ItothhAinmffP,,
after a spent meeting of the Key- luncheon will continue Leader I7dwln: '
ry recently: resigned Mr ami Mr. George R.
of the Keystone HeIgPttsWoman's most successful term! of office.J. Club will Jan.\ at 7:30 Thursday In the Birds parents. Mr. and Mrs atone Heights' Community' 12:30: on the second Wi4Tb. CUUICC'UN" Patrol IfiKltt, Lloyd J) kl- Ifanka and' children./
nUht. :
Club was held January Miller Wrinkle will serve as John BIrd. Chapter of AARP was attended and tho afternoon / wig, and Rlchitrd Heard A.-
'school cafetorium.NEWS Mrs. Joseph M Romelln ofNut.ley. and entertainment meeting regular monthly general litant Patrol. traders. Tlmmn3Piltubner -
B at the home of Mrs assistant Scoutmaster. WILLIAMS by 44 mnnbrrs. and guestson .tl HMH'EST; run 11(04
of Community
FROST. N J Is enjoying her 2 the fourth Tliuriday meeting and Worxfrow Ilryali/
John Bird. club president. The meeting time for Troop Thursday. JIUT.. In the p m on MH HALt:
Sunday. Jan. 11..1\1\ be Church Women was held<
annual winter vUlt to Key- Scouts Illllv Joe Chanee. Hilly
Present Mrs. Herbert Church educational -
were 106 will be the same as before Altar Society Sunday and all atoneas a guest at WhiteFeather Community The membership voted Monday night, Jan 4. In the.< Hrh".mJohn Week Sealed bids will bfI'' received
Nelson vice president; Mrs -- erery Tuesday evening will building educational building, Mrs A by the City of Keystone
the ladle of the parish Court. and a part Michael Heard. Kmlr tMimptrr -
Sara McDonald second' rice from 7-30: till 9:30: In the the!' front pews to the Mrs. After the lumheon: Mrs proiiiote Onodwill Indiiilrlei C Hull led the devotional. VarbnroiiwhFirddlit Heights, at 7'90 p m. oil
orcupy of her alster. Clifford
president: Mrs A. H. LaOasse. time guest Malmgren. entertainment of .Jacksonville a* the flrt .
Community Church educational Axe! Tuesday Jan. 10 I IMS for the
right of the main aisle They William Wall, of Lake Brooklyn and the piouriuii chairmanMra. CfMjk t...wrence HurINT -
recording secretary: Mrs building.OOLF1NO chairman directed a civic project of the chapter Introducedthe ale of the, old City Hall
Communion Flank linen.
will receive Holy
l 'PuulMurrl
', .John ('lnn1IJI.. '
Owen Baker corresponding will Ralph Cop Tills U an organization wlilrh '
NEWS! feat )
budding bit
in body Every lady In thparUh !' to song guest 8IM'l\ltl'r.| !' Carroll Ti Building mutt
a : are distressed. j \. *. Jerry Week. (* yftuel
III"t'tetaryIn: : Anna jvmes.and Heights Keystor.eri at the piano rehabilitate' the hnnillrappt'cl. .
The Keystone / is a member Of the land Wright director of the Memorial Olynn moved within 10 dYs. The
Mrs William Reynolds. Women's Golf Association society hear of an auto accident In John Uenarl a member who and with nil handicapped lluini Community orJ""Iy ) soil a Mcutitmaiiter: City reserves' thn right U)

8r both board member Mrs. which Mrs Nellie! Or.YllOn Club Rntates; employed In thoJacksonville PothhuiiimirTIMV
: off I \lives In Keystone persons reject any and all bid,
their new who Kiki on
started year Catechism classes have resumed Fann. *| ) IOU'! ,will hold, a Courtof
J A. Williams social chairman tournament. to and her slilrr Mrs Addle 1 ta an orchid grower, and: WOI kJlhlll| much color -Joy 0 Baker
with! a ladder his travels and allowed .
and ParlMi. 1 lloiitron I
High school boys I Honor at tIme
Mrs William historian were seriously meeting a material needed
: Wala. January Bpellman' brought to the I Mr, Cliarle ] the City Clerk
three months slide to .
run for of his r'f'eiit trip Interestedar
and Mrs. George 31. girls will meet' a. before at 7 Monday. Jan 4. In Rcdbud white orchid plant with two King- aLted. .. by Mn Frb 4 All iPmose .
1 through March Land and other' coun-
Holy ''awards *
p m each Tuetday night In 111.\ Mrs. OraTion had gone to bliMwnms, that have beets In Mary Cook. will head the Invited, to atteivl '
Twelve members are participating WII.U.m's. | trle, He wa* acrniiipnli by sot
at Rt will bfI
the pastor's study Bt Louis to spend Christmas bloom for a month Mr. H'nwl committee for CoU.UonU'JJ1vllJ MURRHEEInsurance :
KEYSTONEDriveIn At the present writing l)r. Baylor' aluo of I'enney
and Mrs. I Grade! school children with Mr. Buellman and the will ahow members colored: i ( bag are available .t John. Him* will be a guent
Mrs. Alex Brokas meet each Saturday morning, ladies drove Into Illinoisto of hk-h the l'arm4 i'lease" CollieIawItormi. Agency
of two tilde of his orchid Nearly New Shot, the
Theatre Janls, Batts hold the top I In f Church circles will inert\ on : iIri.e'
from 10 a m till 11 a m another sister Kn railing ) 'ti'i's
visit he hat 400 He enjoys Community Church, and at1
the ladder It will be Inte"At.Inc the Pariah hall at St Ed. bark to St I..oula they |[ Jan IH a* follow' Mr (Ira Ifawthntn, >md a" eerie General Insurance
route orchids and" phntographlnithem. th-r homo/ of Mrs Kuan In
Frl. Sat.Jan.. 15, 15 to watch the different themselves wards In Starke skidded on the Icy roads and and the, chapter l I- drive haM itartect. and Inter .lUk'i Cln-lr! I 31t.. III at thr lead and then hOld to hold on I'| nn' ea..ltyA1rt.
teams trying to pull Each family In the pariah completely demolished !- this opportunity !hdnm of Mr Jame. Cook '0 drfrut I\.Irl'\. ''.,' In a IM*' -
the car was to have ested pernuii and chapter
"up the l.dd..r"The leaflet In the sisters very. happy i Mra\. Mrlunil. 1'. Circle I 130 kntb.ilh built, her, Fruity I A at* Seeds
received' and This l Is the .
Thursday a prayer to present him member are Naked to Blurt
Bedtime Story Ladles Day honor of the Holy Family on nearly! ....re00\ <)I They will twin first IJt many of the talent tilling Die biun ClnthlnT at the home of Mr Herman night !Ij-n.llnu tlu Melrono I K.yton. tUlghtj. 4TJ-4TM

Jan. 7, was quite different Sunday Families are urgedto St CWrnen. )Ho' ,'pltal In 1 1of' chapter" members. .hfpII. "small' household, appll -\ (Continued. On Neat .l'.g*> point pnrndiw' .. F.: IIt'ck'

with the Contest of read the!' prayer! which was Redbud for. number of sill \\M brought exit In lunne- "nre*. and other. Item are ..

Marion Brando -David tournament being AIIN"I written by Pope Pius XH weeks so if anyone!' wants to quent. meetings. ; desired. They ,will lx '
Three age group teams: I I tI.... to cheer them I. r"I'IJlrer.\\
PERO: send a card VUllors and prospective and placed on mile.
Nlven. Shirley Jones I Youngsters being from Baker to sendIt HEIGHTS MELROSE
years of sire The ZJvewlreaONI Mr aM Mrs Bill I II up. that is the place |I memfoeia wrre M'nIY Isj Oooiiwlll. fnituitiles retail KEYSTONE -
visited Mrs 1
were In Leenburg for the! Mrs, Sprllman; j on. formerly of Kefltiii'ky. and outlets

!I Christmas holklay visiting Gtayaon at her plare on I.ItITJl'Jkbn retlii-d postmistress now.. After! the chapter meeting
Mrs. Baker's parents. Mr and Bay Ut summerand living III the PontmaiUra 1 Retirement on J"nls.: Announcement' BUSINESS

Mrs Ray Davis mad.. many friends here Village south of ,will\ \\tf made aa to the dote.

? REWSON VtXJ CAfTrrAXT I 1 On the Sunday before K. D Chapman of Lake Lake Geneva: Gordon C to bring the "ban to the Nearly

I ChrUtmai. Miss OUdys Tlllls. Brooklyn. Is home after about Planrk and Mr and ),Ira I New "hopt'rtKS AUTO Itl-I'\IIC:
\ WlTrt YOU IS THAT YOU "Keystone entertained three days In Gainesville! Frank Wlllmott About two : 'Nr\lt ,\.10. %Vus'ItrriI'!) tip'

PONT HAVE AMY LEFT Wi4M her staff of office [ Medical Center months ."1). President Purket' I Th. first meeting of Keystone ANlUNING: ) ( : (; I ar.frhrr'l.hlrll SII! up IIF.STAtm tNIMCoctznian

workers at dinner at Mark Young son of Mr and f"mIr Televisions$1" IJ!) tipI I
YOU'RE REAPY TO GO! .Brldl.r'.1 received a !letter Chapter. ORH JT for Brol
BIB Young of Lake tIi t U.'nt.1. )
Holiday Inn There! Mrs Wlllmott Inquiring. aboutpropertY I II the new year was held. Tues I Beidler'iAI.l. 1 1r
of &Utsn.o.*. la horn. after! undergoing had
an exchange Brooklyn In Keystone He
I day. .Jan S. In the chapter I IarrI'IU
enjoying the dinner were Mr' mirtery In the i I read about the! new Keyston- room of the. Masonic" Temple KIMl: 'IIWHEELER S

and Mrs H A nprow, Mr :I: Gainesville Medlral. CenterI IteluriU Chapter In Modern Worthy Matron Births Wardturned : UOUK() Discount StorenrlttMn Holiday InnRestaurant

and Mrs Rowan Thomas, Rr :I i Herb Nelson. entered the I i Maturity magazine ll" and the gavel. f over to Associate !'f01'UH( mifY$ ) I'AINTI.VO

Mr and Mrs Donald Lw-. :1 I Bradford County' Hospital on ; Mrs WIlmott: were then living Matron ftiythe Nbhiilftm. POKTAItLK WKLtXNU "I.dri'se A Key'.t..ita. 1

I "'lie" Mr and:! Mrs Bill 'I I i Thursday. Jail 7, and at the In Sun City. fU Theyi as this wa advance Also (...It|| .It, V1IQI for 'ierihe.
Baker, and Mr and Mrs DonBhackleford. | present writing he ls doing mired from HanlwlrkCape .
i are night The honored runt lAwn Jof, w.,. 'JorthrMlr.J Fin Food MixtrmtpPrlewl'
as well as In* ,i. much better Cod Mass, where Mr Past Grand Matron ''ferns0,1cc. Motor Nines! Kiev
hostess 'It..m.a strange 1944 has been a sad year for Wllmott was employed a. a j RZMODELJ7:
of the Grand Chapter 1MFIZT7LT
that Miss\ Tlllls can be ahoste.a I the E C Cuerwlet\ family so I sales engineer! and Mrs Will- of Florida Intelfatingreport I'I'I hwy 21 Keystone Height ,N.rBry Nines Th.-". ,
in her pare tint'. far On New. Years Eve: their I molt was a nurse They. recently -| gave Kla. Not it'.r. to fJln1'1. *. rule T- ToAUTO OPEN T OATS WSDBCLTDUUMT

but In her working time the IS yearold daughter Beverly purchased. a horne onW..ay of the Trl-Annual ]i iI In Theatre CIMM.. rr... N...-. .nk.. ... T"r..r -.'..;
i Grand Chapter Awembly In'' _ ,
I I a Imw.tarape, .... _
la a post master" and NOT a collapsed end became unconscious < 21! hJI -- .
,,1.lIa. Tessa last fall) Xrytone
.poetmtat,..... We und'rI so they. rushed her to As the chapter dues. were was especially. honoredIn HKUVICKTerrell's 1'11.. All la Osulaisar.Hloam.I I1siS I. ALa (%i1m II&laa V.ui.tatIss. ..
I ( .. C-.m.llU' la
General Hoapltal
that there are no "poat- the
1 of Jan I94S, Mr '
effective a th appointment of fail 1 SI4Wt North Bed
mtstreues, employed. by the where she ha* remained, In a I.., I:. ro, V.., .A..d..ln..1
and Mn. Wll.'mott: joined the> Grand Patron of the OrandChaptr '
U 8. government Each on. coma or arm .t'oma ever slrwe chapter together with III" of Florida: J 'A"ln''' Gtilf%,J Service ,,0 C. Carries Nursery! ** w! tnIOIrn:

la a postmaster regardless. Of I At this writing she had notregained others bringing the enrollment f..ratm. to chairmanship of NOT M I.... Tlrmrrnrn 11 ML 1/:_! (Uf PltMke O*
I comclousnets All!
wCA! art to $4 member Mr and: the Committee on JurUipru-. 1 3 DO Up -Alt isse' hwy !" At' n inrfMMiw., HEAL( ESTATE
We recently read an Interesting their! friend are hoping thai
feature article on Mike I' they will If' gettln some: l.sP'v-Ins' ft......... Aeww.1 ft-.t_ ,.,'_ ..wMaJIorr.N _ _ _ _
T "M 1.111) P. M
-Id_ n_ adggj55.4.4,5w
Adams. In the Gainesville\ good new non. about Beverly!
Frigidaire Maytag Zenith "....- 55-45'PI "" '.... T1.- as .. s .. m. IIOMR S
If our.' caught nhort-remember. we Bun. Mike: the ion of Mr. and I Mrs Lucille!! Davie who I h [ Ontrany! l.x-aledj'

maW personal ....., The little! borrow Mrs. Gordon Adma of Key I taking advanced work In Motorola Heaters Aph1lAJCps: rtirnllure. At ,.,Npnll.inf! HH... Hath.. K. DK. MirlonMlp
stone is currently employed English: at the University of --- Zeigler rrh) .rrntr J (teas, air eonJlllonlng -*
consideration and
ent receive' the name
as a draftsman with the Florida. I I' Interning this ae- T V Service Center NEW AND) r'iPTJ: brg_ eom.r lot;
attention a* thax of our big borrower
Architertual firm of Reawe! IIIf'ater In Keystone Helghu Fedder. I. r..n"t'II". : A Appliance' '"nmr playground and Town
R. TiriD:
Come in-plea !
and Branch in OtineevilIssrid n..h..

.... he win soon be a fur Front .:Alignment YEOMAN'S Sales btMr1-t.... Mitorola Pbllea| HoI'h'r; ( & soi.nKeystone ,
::'- ,. fVired arenifvt H... stu l*.'. : Service loi and S.rvtee

rchltertur* for fir years a' ONLY $5.55 -r.... 1). All *1-*.. S. E. McKay, Realtor

KEYSTONE STATE BANK the University of Florida and I Mo.l Con-P.r1* FUtr MKMCOSK; : I'll. $17: .2.111 TV' BLAfllO HTritr4 House of BargainsColon

-._ p. ; s.isr graduated In 193 If NIFirestone TV :3 111",.''k N< r'-h/ of tight I atiia* IMgtta

On Thursday, r>e. J4. the Work OiMranf**! TV RaSifaje Ht.t.| MlMll II 1
i r- _r -U Store '
office' staff of the! KeysUmf "Quality and Price 11.- U.lgbtm. 7-.4441 KKTHTONB: Mr JO HTMT I "'- 41S-U1S '

Heights post office had a lit-


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0upright habit are beat f. I 4 ....(y. I.lIdas, .. ( .........,
KEYSTONE suited for accent. formal! I grape. Thj Emerald* Is a cren
HILITES GRAHAM BHS Go plantings and for clipped: of a native grape known as I."trfna IJrwn_ .'', ,iM.t, IoJ.,,.! ,
H t
IL culUvatej llwtut: if r. vs Jv* rut.j.! "
hedges.! pvlola and me \ I I.1..1..1.

Oy Mrs. %S.. E. Starling Flower-wl-e the cameElas! Muscat. I soT". K TI" APPK!:.\nTo

Vom Preceding Page i ijfder are divided into s>.ven groups.It : ..,0 C are a number o i I JO Are H.1i.r.-ly CrttteriInY.iI ,....|If.. .1 .
Phone 485-2KS: Last u ek the BHS : Is essential to !learn to recognize other grapes that grow well v null tor t.-lvnr u ii '

on Half Moon ,% ? 2uiz #UrQCS&ilOf1r ...................... .ng band went to : these flower forms i In Florida. For example manyof in ,rind) nuftlniil C..rl' aid y,>'n ,..In...Uiii.n.d .. -..n'l inrr II

d Mrs. Wallcnlus Circle j.- 3' to play in the uu-wa you are to tpeak the jargon the Munson hybrids I ri.iailrid, : t. s ..i.s,
'with Mrs Robert Dodd Miss Baibira, Masters of rade They also> gut to i of a camellia fancier.Thf combination\Sth Florida wild y.ur nnswtr I or pl'xlln.. ".

HiMhway) 100. Mrs. J. A Starke spent F.iday with governor; inaugurated. I flower forms!! range wprclea have made lon.c-lived I ,torn."niplKtnt..y /ll'in..n Ix th,* lire I'lainnff," ,..!.. \"

am*' CIrcle. 1:30.: with Wherein the happy days of i monev: hJdden I had carred: Miss Diane S'.arLng. I of the members got t-lIcbanj-\\ frMn the simple!! single to th acclimated roof,. tock Some j |I-i.'rhiM.l .nH filf, the "Mdini.'
Miss Sheila Hill: sn' combinations you may like tOry i'h.- ."fn.- '.r tjw rvrk .r .,
Howe's Clr30 .
Colxln. Mrs. Chrifctrnas I little Ti : Irregular double or peony ,
are past and get! ; the oJd purse: my step-son ( shcpptnif. > a t'II' Us..t t'oiirt: on ... '**' .
>. a. m. at the home ofDuvld ,; ready to welcome) .n the New 1 and wife ease me lour years', Wednesday with her grand- for the stuj.iur supp ;ue ala form In between are the I are native stuck wiMi I. l it. .tln.r H.lirunr,>.' i .. r
Nelson with Mrs ;; parents.' Mr. and MM. John In..avI-1 wmi-douMe.) incomplete double grapes as Edna. Mercidel. otherwise the .11... Year 1965 with a thankful ago./' I treasured it bfcauttj they arrived back in \ ,
cert! co-hostess. Eveningcs i heart j I' they par it to me and: It was Wells. of Starke. I 10:30 p.m.Last aiwei imbrteatrd do ible. tiered MiiiiMJii. Carman. Fern MUlL\ will.'o..f..d complaint' .fcr' You.will be tulxn

Mrs Vance. chairman i A lire glowing on the hearth. the U&t ..1U the old life Mrs. Mattle Davis spent last Friday the : and the regular imbricated. I. wn. Maigjerlie and Arznlayi Till nrttl-.. .h.1I) b.. 'iiuiihiii' ,

lahtlngales. will meet a: There Is no grander fciU; j and plenty of everything.Now week In St. Au ustlneIth voted on Senior "aft-r I! you are tin !b> to recogm- Grape. like any other plant ,?.... n.-h wpflt rtk In Cur UK f"nr* DriJf!.

at the home of Mrs on earth. my budget U very badly: Mr. and M s J. R. Davis and This is done by a rr I ..xi tae Uts various flower form thrive best with reasonable County a.enttVC T.l i.r.plj. I

!: )orn. Rebaccas: Mrs 1: Add apples cleaning: in a strained to make ends meet. I, Patricia. lot. The
:Icrland chairman. wllt j bowl. Now I hare a new" purs: given Miss Rosa( Lee McKinney are listed and the I .k-l
t lit 8 p. m with Mrs A book for nourts ng the me by lortng kind,: friends visited Mrs. Hl! Hall of I places the name of a i includes of Extension Ser.lee Bulletin I year. Home protection against 'HARLF.S A. nAnny.

Ten .... soul. and wU you' belIeve I also Starke last weekend. a girl on the blank. :lWa.i IftlA. Growing Canellias" 1' ; insects and a place to cling to Clerk U.ul.II)1 of tb. Cir.:Mi'uitHy .odipuly -.'
I .
'v annual meeting of thr Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis i t'd to; Florida It is all a grape vine expt;
Popcorn to munch and nuts got my pension from my service IotA will be counted is available frcm J>- Clerk
tra of the *. SAT county and home demonstra- .rom a gardener. t : I
the morning worship I I Gainesville' visl'ed Mrs. Mattie I' hart 1 1I Newly] planted grape vine
r 1 KEEP0t."R GOLD. I got a widows pension for Ktaff.. As noon all thrv I 'icn agents.If -
\trt on Jan. 10. The' nom- I I K..OW0; LACK Don was a Olin War I. Thy Davis last Saturday. I nounced. 111 relay I .' you have an ample sub! ) thrive well when fed 't poun :

.1''.' committee presented Inn Shoemaker are not large amounts. tut Mr. and Mrs.\ V. L. McKin-, >rou. i it camellias' then consider it a "balanced" fertllber I u. ', THE RIGHT POINT tar t the'

folli/wlng:! trustees to serve I My Christmas w as the happiest with Social Security and back n<*y of Oainesvl'l visited his used .. trap vine. The arasj:: vine is March. May and July. A two- way yuli' i writ Come In and<] I

three years: J. E. Bomwr. ) ; I have had for ma'yi pay from the K3.-ernnent for parents.; Mr. and Mri. John Last. Friday night : mss tie answer for irard-m-rs: : who year-old vine will need a fuJI reelect ycur favorite ESTLKBROOK. : -
William Beam Jr. D. E I MoKinney.\ last Sunday nl ht. nadoes travcll1: to pound of plan food clt>men Fountain Pen. TEL
p'intlnM Have for .
i years My heart is at last tatistied last year. I am thankful a yen adding:! an- I I
!born Stewards: Mrs to be alone .ith rny During War U 'we sot $40 a :Mr and Mrs. Bobby Sur- to meet the Bulldogs : group- !ottier>> fruit In the beck' yard at each feeding I GHAT*!-
TUS Norwood Howard to the rrncy of Tampa are pending second time this :year unclipped An arbor For additional information I !
!dog Gabby I have tune month with board and by constructed: o' .
cr. Mrs. Robert Ferret ) read my Bible. to meditate tci : time: we pall: li.'e Iruuranc? a few days on their farm. ', they emergevlctorlO" I I.i sperl- notched rosin-rich pol"/I/ an-t I on grape; production. contact I'

'.hree years and Clarencefor i study. to 'write. I am never' bought a bond. and paid: for: I Billy Ward of Gainesville! : win boosted their '. I In the decked' with p'lt rails will : your county agriLullura/ : Fishing ContestNow

one year to fill the I worried or nervous or tired I laundry, we had about $25 tlMted Lee Sparks rscently. 3-0-3. Then the add a homestead look to your I agent. OiN-n H* !Sure' I

ncy caused by resigna- I| feel at last I have arrived I left. I never spent much on y Mr and Mrs. Jack Hines of played host. to Perry can "'acres To Enter

ot Dr. Jesse Huckert.: feel I U last. I have Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. urday night. They for crrat- If the
us at *Ive t.o church so I was never old-fashioned: arbor Your FUhtar "KupplyFirestone '
has taken a Sunday -eached the land beyond Ui broke! but some were But the Harley Starling last Sunday....I I en by Perry. and their i on other- "Idea' does not suit your fanry Irf"adqaan.-" ,
ol <']3aa: for the coming I Rev. Watson will be :9UI' dropped to 304. Com and! then Cash raid for load.. n'al I f
Sue: Horizon. I used to be Every Civilian: girls used to tease w.. there are a number of Store
Don't and team. Rug No KhAkla orV" AlVoit.n. 1I
tired in Nebraska and! who oft were In the office and 'I pastor this Sunday. support your i I modem trellis methods for 1

j; P new( officers together !shared the sorrows of ac places we worked saying 'I l forget Wednesday right prayer 1 you.The { vari holding up the fruiting vine Bring to

present!! officers 'will be :many I was, so tired when Isent "Arent you sorry now you !, meeting at 7:39: p. m. students<< at i bse. ac- Toy with the Idea of ,growing -

Ucd at the morning serv- to Nebraska (from m) Joined the WAC? We get sa: I Everyone try to come. We I day had an added plantings < your own b.-vera-je Tak Moss!

n Jan.: 17Family Ume in Service during the many hundred< dollars and do "| had a rather good attendance I Hazel Walker's spreading a month or so: to make up Spanish

Night covered War and then I taught anther not have to wear that high I last Sunday with 34 in Sunday I! played the men's Town ; recom your mind. because!' the grap':

;; nipper will be held :al term at Clay Hll I wa- collar and be under/! regula- i, School and 45 in church. The women emerged an1I planting season U from now -

a "fday. Jan. 14. at 6-30: p. weary unto Geath But I took tions like you women." I So let's all make an effort laI ious this year after I : plantl "nt- until Mare ,. HEAUTIFUL! BUT

: '..frs Pern Mecum of the an a bUger; job in NebraskaI would answer "There must I be there this Sunday. the town team<<> last | pyramidal I\ Sln<,e18110 grape growinghas DEADLY) :: !! :'

tian Herald Association prayed almost constantlyand be a good reason Uncl Sam women shot. trick run the' gauntlet of failure '
: bring a message about went about my dutl.* wants a Women Army Corp I Cancer Tests with their fancy 1I I I to iiicee.M: N-rtr' .ucce I* Let Us Hid Your Tree

Korean and Hong Kong with a happy. thankful heart and we are here to prove it Urged For WomenDuring Is always an amusing : and:! on your side bccau of TJnirslty Of It I
maaes: in which the Bun- On: occasion I would( sing the will!' be worth while Whichwe This year the show 'nta. I v"- of Florida AgrlculturaFxperlmert

School has a fbbteri song: did. Now WHOOPEE! It I !: the year of 1965 it. open to the public I signup! fo Station reseantis Fla. Pest Control

,. 'l tor i and the Church I Beyond the blue Horizon Is paying off. A pension to: Is estimated that 1.700 new night at the gym. Febru hay,' drvfloped! two sure 539 E. Call 961-396.-;)

;. I.fl. support a foster son I I Waits a brand new day help me eat as lon;( as I live cases of uterine cancer will: Math students are 26 ''rowm.' i K ape 4 They art
j -j .' sws 'will be the circles I So now that 1 have non GOD BLESS AMERICA. So develop among Florida women. up for a math test to j
t 1 tra Howe and Mrs. :>'llc this I think I .
: 'through!! a Oesthmenant: oi at moment am March 4. The -

\ my very own. at last I have the happiest I have ever beenIn Although/ this form of can places In the I
: .W. ARRIVAL \ reached the Brand New! Day all my life I also have experience cer can now be detected in I win a nice award {

and Mrs. Tommy Mllll- I really had a happy time and age to: look back many cases. even before This Frld.iy night
: 'are the proud parents of ; On Christmas Eve son anr and find the reason. high school I
my symptoms rpBr. anj: at e I :
'.. _by boy born: Tu day. wife and her' sister Clara Christmas Day I Me out at time when It is most curable 'Jimmy Strickland (! OFFICE EQUIPMENT

12. at Alachua Gerieraljltal came for the evening I hac my ton's. Such: a Ktod dinni: some 500 Florida women wll:l do a benefit ] SALE.I
Gainesville.riRST .
presents under the tee: for all I have had a hapr.y Christ- I not survive cancer of th tho March of Dimes. "

PRESBVTERIWCIIL'RCII and we had fruit cake and 1 mall.I uterus! or womb because! come out and I

tea. My son Alb-'rt had coffee -I For a ChrUtm present.i they' waited too long. March of Dune

H Walton. Grady .Allnlnlrr.liedvle We opened our gifts. i *. Edna Tlumas; from The Information. obtainedfrom -Steve )

for week starting Gabby got a new blanket to I Brooker-I call icr my foster the 1965 Issue of the I ELECTRONIC MARVEL c !re's HEAVY DUTY
wear. or a coat you may callit dniwhter caliert t me on the American Cancer Society'*
.17: I got a cart with wheels! I telephone! fori: talk and I "Cancer Facts and Figures"''I Feed Grain I ADDING MACHINE
unday Sunday School,, and cart !that be used I !
a .
talked to DWight her son booklet also comments thai
>) a. m Morning Worship, for groceries to bring home 'I Such dear jwople who have the death rate for cancel 1 Program I .
a. an. Youth Fellowship I : .
flour and heavy things. I alai followed m- and my column shows a steady decline. Al- I .
.0 j p. m. Junior Choir. 5:43: I tried wheeling) Dubby In it,. for almost 71 years for I be- ''hou h It has been reducedalmost I Changes within the ;
m Evening Worship. 7 p, For sometimes I like to walk rate I...thea 4 ha
j (ran In Jtninry, 1944. 50 per cent In the pail: price-support
and the road Is too hot forOabby's be reduced 1V65 feed 771's
Vednwtsy! i IIELm.'L HINTS To keep 25 year It could: grain : rI
/ Women's'iincll
feet. Now I can put much moreIf woman made to encourog; !
f Meeting\ 10 a. m Menthe beans from forming! Kin after rWu& .,
i him in the pretty cart and
I I would have a Pap" detection farmer participation
Church meeting 0.30m : I rntlnK. add a tibleepoon of'
i wheel him along and I will ,I dry mintnrd to them and you test! made ai part of an an- program according to : I
not have to leave him aloneto null srml-annual Cone chairman of the
Thursday Choir Prsctlee. run su'cly cat them If you or checkup.
I cry. The "Pap" i 1. based. ford Agricultural :
Opm. .... have a sore firoat try ''a tea test ; on
From my grandchildren I spoon of baking powd'r' dissolved the microscopic study of cast- and Conservation! N.Tl400

got perfuinp and bath powder In 'j' glass warm water off cells wh'ch'' are shed normally Committee $'.9.00

:liE RIGHT POINT for the I and hose. The friends at and gargle. I by living tissue Th The over-all price -es 10 KIT MANUAL
church and my Class gave U for the
technique relatively simple.It three crops
flay you -write tome In andHrelrrt Does anyone remember the For otldiii'oii. lubtroction and ;tTnq. Total ccpao.Ity .
me a beautiful purse! with can be done without even barley and grain
favorite : old Hartson Liniment usedto 7,999,999.9? bth and
your ESTCRItHOOK we I positive ncgotiv Ky
zipper. for paanport and the use of a local anesthetic covered by the ALL TRANSISTOR MODEL
fountain pen. TELE- UHC!? Here is the recipe. I I for Repeal end Noo-adJ, Minus, Sb-fotol, Totali
and can be handled by most be the same for 1965 bo. .
(.HAPII. I took a bottle to the druggist OperatM by battery and electrk (CA.C. Keyboard Clear Uver. Two-color ribbon with sub
I family physicians: 1964. A larger '
and he mixed it for andI
tract ttvms
negative and eub>totali printingIn
I A spokesman! for the Soc the support will be In .
I ; lorn" or ?haf'f. t.
shook it well. Good for I f
cuts. Iety'a Florida Division said ment form with some .. Irish" .' ..nd. t/Mil/ for cflcfallon. lecorde tntor red. 8"nil". No. 43o $149.50

ores aches and p.ilns that In 1965' continue efforts/ I Lion in the average ; I 'views and] conference Operates $.' '
I HARTSON LINIMENT!'. MixIn I I Your ......$.
Gifts For The Thrifty a bottle HARTSON itI\ will be marie to alert more Corn la: th" only one .., then fp.u at kr.ry ai.aslly as .the phon. Error* eraiautoeratlcally. "
women to the importance of crop applicable to
vt : CAMPHOR GUM 1 or.: I dear ploybaclb, Dictate at hem. .rIn
having "Pal) tests made In County.
\ TURPENTINE :2 OZ: SWEET ._ year car. ESmlnalss costly itenagraphl -
I _I 01.Bo ti asv
From First Federal! an effort to help save more The Chairman" ,
: OIL 3 oz.: ALCOHOL 4 oz: 'lives. He pointed out that that the SUI-CPSS of i ... talUng to jo* dktatlon.SItll .
ARNICA 2 oz Mix together
> ------- B woman's clubs and groups gram depends on
and shake well. It has a pleasant -
could organize "C.>nqlu"r UterIne tlon suffIciently" high
odor too. I got this in
When You Open A NEW Cancer projects patterned set program costs by .
Nebraska from a dear friend.It
I Account OR ADD To An Old One after the< campaign conducted ducUon in the public ; : '-
Is dark outslJe and the among the 300.000 ment In Government :! a
wind is blowing. But my heart I I "SAn-TYPE" m
membership of the General grain Inventories.' STOtACf CABINfT
.Is., happy and I am aaalnilttlng Federation Women's Clubs I objectives continue .
OFFER GOOD THROUGH ". on top of the world." to This full size cabinet; Is a fine. ecUittoq. !

I II Life can be Rood alone a throughout Women's dubs Florida.' and he group said: strengthening and bringing. feed farm : to any office. Dutt.proof.heavy "gauge" ., ..

I JAN. 20, 1965 widow. and I say PRAISE are invited to Ret' Information( I'pluses down to l i steel protected' by strong: deort .'t A
about "Conquer Uterine Can- levels' In otder to quipped a two-way locking de 33 DRAwn CAIINIT
I BLESSIN03 FLOW savings ,.lc. cootrolted by a paracentric locldEa
cer" projects from Unit offices payer 340 Comportment" Capacity.! Will p" y tot "Pri.Ff t*
From Editor
my /good a of the American Cancer The hlRher' :3atumbled." TV hi'gS; :36"wWe, saf -gvordiny. hardware, foolv catalogs prlnto J
of Ann and
: picture daughter, Society located In eighteen' payment and lower 18' deep. Four adJustoU'ei tnelvei.Mi watttr., .tc. inside" drawer dm g'i* .id., J.."
; $25 Up To $250 dear ehlldri, and such
Up To $? alovHv
1112.51 key' Florida cities and listed are aimed at en : Geese,. CUes Orwell Desert Sand l hiflV', 12" dvp.. CaUiMt iiz.i :30V! wMn :37H*

Safety Light"" FloridaI ) colored scene of dear In the rctrular white! pa: I I local telephone directories.' margin between' L Or..... Dn.n Sand or Gfoy_No. 3312 $49.91
still write for theI ,AaVCHoMl "-'--_ .. 774H $X7J
1. Use. .* only I 2c oMfc l. .% (thty I.u cketTh t Sioux Journal.payers Here hon participators and non-p rr-95 ea. .At... eat..1;_. .... 4_ _-....
of Electricityr; \ I HYMK.VMIHSIOVAItV: : pntora. This larger a..bno"7'.Wo1"2" xtfuttebU .!...d.-i. ..&.. 9.
..Ht'. u.pi-uer riu'iu'HSmyrna portion. based on No.74 $$'.SO -..artiMiit,. _. .. .No. J31IO 131M
Year. I Father. Grant Us Health In .
yields -""which for( 19dS: ..AJ.r.lIoeaIlflehw_Na 6-$11 $5.11 _
J. tWful in lied %.. l..Miotoet I..ilae m Mind And Body That We May MUwlon.iry'' rtaptlutChurth. higher yields in recent ,

[ H ximH, i HalU. etc. T-. Love Thee' So Strorvtily And .Uiciiteil at fl33 W. Ilnl.l\ the "ICONOMY"Cl.elrCerrectt /
I Do All Pleasing/ To The. Amen Pratt St.. invltt everyone toattend participators ,t
:I. Children Feel Safe :3. 1"bt'1bJ.e NiceNo the following services' l.preperpoilere.

with one in their (,lft, .\dt'r''Uoom. I Since program !
f Happy New Year and Ood Sunday School. 10 a m 1 All nylon
| help cut down O<: _
i lioo nZ on Them. I Blew you Everyone. i Preaching.! 11 a m. each' Sun- costs by diverting )i bearing. FingertipaditntiMnt.
; .
LOVE. LURA I IIIKTIirL day.' Evening' Worship. 1 p.m : 41 .Sfeei band.
conserving use and _ .,
I Sorry--'Only One To The Customer bode Seat
I PrAyer :Meeting 7:30: p m each ducing production wppert
\PTI-T C 1''L ...-.
I Thursday n1l.l'ht.EhJer. T. get' not only J'r1ce-' loHsMln-s

r; dirndl J I Williams pa.itor. loans and purchases l I Liie:: : ::; No.2C9 $49.95

1 Stin.Uy School. U a. inM ,
% Per Annum Service II.. ml, .,...
,.; PIp-- 'l"N e5 Tee
I' .
0 Training Union 6:10:: p. m I Midweek Service. ".sne't4ay 1 '! flee* edO.n.gertip ..
1h CompoundedSemiAnnu.illy 'q Evening Service. 7'30 p. m 1 p m. Rev. W L.. Newmans I II f l'
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I Rentals : UvUC fagu.. ""'"

S Our Anticipated Dividend Rate J adj,,,'..... All
|?<,?lop apocw.Jenoft.. BICORJ.TOIer comic, .,Jon bearing*. Steel 1

ON CALL24.HOURS ? seat I to 1 10 p*>. Milt. c_ s-( x'..' bock. support On.wilbj .
I -' I II l. Unelm. covered lop ... CeIo GN,. ,:..:. baaa caIon ..

Accounts Insured t'p To $10.000) ) ) lly .FXI..I.C. $1 Per Day and ley.i7"w. 36"c!. KMNPloor TOP --' ze "Movga.

A DAY I I !' Ilea d'-., A. 16.'S A. .... .... CJH: .. T. Iyd.a .elterr.
AM. :?VE\V roirr.vni. ..4 .... "'- 1.6.9S ..... ...H.. _. ended foam. r bb",r
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND j c1 '_ "d"'C1'1io' _It 16 '.
Y-CAI.r.. 9ll59tNITFC.tLI4 m -4box&wsse. 192.' ........ 'IS'OO..1.. .JlU"a2'1i"' .
96 1.8391:>

". :U8 N. Temple OF Ave. STARKE Phone 961.0<> ::>>>00 T. I. MERSEREAU. PLUMBING I Dahmer's: r County& Telegraph

112 E. Call Ph. ? .! f .

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Tnl'R! D.\V .I\N. ..11.. ..1Dr.7.! \nrnnn C'onlo'TTr.I.Fmtl'u.: !STXKKT:,\ __ ___ __ ___ PVCEMAXVILLE T"ETTY::
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......y .......y. y. Mrs Alford Turner has com- aerospace force. chased a house trailer l\: \ day tho next' stop for the. t1'ty.' F Qnliu-nvlUf! and little Cindy them i' friends are invited to attendall

pleted Air Face basic trainIng Airman Tumer U a 1904 week and: moved from th a, ship will be Turkey. The All councilman and officers j Crosby. Mr and :Mrs. Austin Fender services. Visitors always

at Lackland: AFB." Texas.! graduate or Esldwln( Junior- Lucas house Into their new height of it was :SO) feet and!' were present for the meeting. I Mrs. Lola Newman surprised were called:: to Orlando' Saturday welcome
He has been load of :21.850 PERSONALS: duo to the death of his I II will be last reportfor
I selected for technical Senior llltih School. i trailer over the weekend.! ;, it could carry a I her husband with A birthday I This my
By Mrs. A. C. Slado trailing as a comtnunl- I The Diamond D Range: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ptllum tons. It was a beautiful: sightto I Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Manning ,I dinner at their home Sunday. I step-father. I, the church. Miss Ellis will
rhone 289-4491 catloiu-electionlrs specialist and family of Jacksonville( I nee moved l lAst week from Mr. and Mr$. Otis Crawfordof take over 111I your new reporter
< lot
: at the Air Training Command i i Riders would Ujce to meet evsryone with !1 were Friday nlsht supper I[ We were sorry to learn thai La\\ try Into the Christian Members of the family and Gainesville were visiting It has been nice: worlclnl'h ,

lass aaaaaalaa,..f saga Aa 1 I school at Keesler ATS.Mias. them o!at nil the aces Diamond: D Arena guests of Mrs. F. B. Coleman I John Mann U in the BnultmJ i Chinch parsonnne" The Man-\ Mends enjoyed the day with her parents Mr and Mrs C ,\I: you Ztph.nla1Lanl".

Airman Turner To His new unit is part of every Saturday at 7 p. m. for ; and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Coleman County Hospi"'IV""' mussedhim nlntn have b'enIoI'klng with _. C. Crosby, Sunday afternoon I. Bethlehem Free WIU Baptist -

Study Electronic. I the vast ATC system which I I I an evening of hoiseback ridIng ,. After supper the family last Sunday:': In church i the R. O. Siiumon.i chickenI I Church Rev Lewis eK.MV -
Airman Thomas A. Tom f trulns airmen and officers in 1! entertainment. Everyone enjoyed some home movies. and wish him a speedy recover I houses at the A. P. Johnsfaim. pastor. Sunday School.

my: Turner son of Mr. and skills required by the nation' with horses Ls Invited to par Wanda Williams daughter v. I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED 9:43: : Morning Worship at 11.

in the activities. The of Rev. and :Mrs R. T. Williams. :Mr. and :Mrs. Howard l Piul- Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mc- Evening Service, 8 p. m. YPCL

public ticipate Is also invited to watch ,,, was Sunday night sup- I, Rftt were in Green" Cove I' Ciiltouxh and family were" I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY at 4:30: with L. C. McCutchenIn

I the entertainers. Admission Is per guest of Mr ant Mr.I "-. ; :prJnls!: l hut, Saturday, on biteI New Year's" dinner guests Rt charge Weekly schedule
i I I Vince Taylor and family! Miss I a* follows: Monday night.
free and a concession stand I mess the home of their sonInlawand I -
I optnofor Williams and the Taylors enjoyed Cindy I'adttett daughter of daughter. :\11'. and Mrs' I Choir rehearsal! Tuesday
will be I n ker. business" nvtivtger' Sick
FLORIIDATHEATRE Mr. and Mrs. re-treoshm.nts'l bowling Sunday afternoon :Mr. and :Mrs.[ J. D. Padgett.: I I.a t.I t. \VUton Halt and son of Ala- k I Committee." Ruby Clark Naomi night, story Hour. Wednesday
at Central Lanes. I Hospital I night. Prayer Meeting.
patient in the Unpttat ('huILJtU" Roy Hart returned -
and son visited last Thursdaywith ; LX\Su, and Eugene tllye
Mrs. Ellis Olddens and In Jacksonville. Get soil to Hampton ""IUhili I Thursday night Junior Choir
Mr. and Mrs. Claude The new !membership drive
I daughters of Jacksonville I I rehearsal!. and Ladles Circle.
noon, Cindy. grandparent" and spvnt the
Oreen and Mrs. Mary Mosley Is on far new numbers until
I tilted Saturday wllh Mr. ant Weslberry Orlfns of J. cksonvllU week with them. Friday night. Prayer Band
The Parkers, former Maxvllla Fib. 28. Any club mcmbo1'
residents were en route to i Mrs. James Coleman! and and I folly Oriffls of I Mr. and Mrs. Floyd" Smith I'alal'e l1foI'01ll1olabout mtt'ttntt. Saturday night. I

Nantucket. Mass, to' daughters. Long J1r"nl'hII ere Sundaydinner and daughters moved hero mcmtwrshrp. fees etc.- Mrs Can Club meeting Visitors always -

their new home. I James B. F. and Donnie guests. of Mrs. Irene, last "weekend, from Perry Gladys Ube! reporter welcome.

OPENING TIME I Mrs Avory Slade and Deanne Coleman attended the stock t"atjett. They are living in the house S'i1IIHLK( :\\.M Pleasant drove MethodistChurch

:MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY visited last Prlcay" rn' car races In Jacksonville Saturday Mr. nnd :Mrs. Homer Pndctt I on N.ivurre St. formerly[ occupied The" Band lloostrr Club wil' Church School 10 a,
6:45: P. H. nUht. I v""te,1Ir.: nnd l :Mrs.\ Hiram by :Mr. and Mis Wes I m. with Leo Define In charge.
Mr. and meet night Jan 19
with Tuesday
SATURDAY : Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Luke of Taylor nail, family ul Oiltrin.Mr. Motnlng[ service at 11, Even-
1:00 SUNDAY 2:00 Mrs. Leon Fraser and family.Last Baldwin and :Mr and Mrs R I .. I I All nwMnlKr.H our asked> to b In Service
Doctors Inlet lust Sunday .ft and Mrs. T. W., King of at 7 with Clarence
week visitors of Mr I I present .and on limn -CUr
smke were
B. Crosby of t ternoon. I Jacksonville spent Sunday 6 Stmer. pastor in charge.Jonn .-
Thursday Friday Saturday and Mr\ ,.. Claude: Oreen were Sunday visitors of Mr. and I Our pastor and faintly visited '' here with Mr and Mrs. D E, nee Williams. peslctentCIII'IK : and Shirley" Tyson reporters -
: II NKU.SHirst ;
I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas Mrs. Randolph Crosby. Jacksonville l last Sunday I II1fternoon. lilt!.
' 'j January 14 15 16 Mr and Mrs. Mirt Newmona. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crawford II They also went aboard : Mrs. MamIef'od! has returned f 11.1111 Church of th fit-enter Allen Chapel AWE!:
and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Saturday r Living Ond New otncelft nsvvbarn .
of Oalnesville were the Savannah Ship. I \ after spending. two i Church Ret.L A. Sampson
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAMIt's Thomas of Stark) Mrs PtarlKearnt visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Charles MoxU-y of Jacksonville weeks In Orlando \with her I] I Installed for the comliv pastor Sunday, School 10 a.
and: RAY of Jackson I I ,; .ld." veer ns follows\ : Secretary and
: Crosby. was visiting In Clay Mill Bon-ln-law and daughter. Mi I m. IIIlth1111II: Fannie Bell
,.ml'. Mrs Nettle Mldyette.Mrs. ., Sunday vllstors of Mr. and Sunday. ,I I and Mrs. Woodrow HicksBayiess Alunun Leroy\ Klr-ii. 11<1101 SuporliitMidrnt of Sundit': Frusler In churns. Morning

the Teen Ago Answer to Insomnia! dporsle Harris Mrs. !, Mrs Henry Carter were Mr I Mr. and Mm. Kobcrt VUxley :Mr. and Mm. Ulyswa .Mug o.Uitttvy School Miss: ZrphanUh I.nne service m II Choir Union (in

John North and Grandma I IWI"I1h.u. and Mrs. Louie Carter of Clay Jr and family of Ifcictont In '" has completed batik YPCW anal church reporterMUsi :; Mucclrnnv at 3 p. m. at Allen
.*n Hill and Mr and Mrs. Leon attended church Sunday .9 military braining at Lackland'' Itrirrnlii" E11U, ; Horn i Chapel) Church.: Rev, Levy

Joe Oarr'a4)n of Jacksonville UuUer of Mid:dleburg II"t Clay Hill and after church Air hMJi-co! Bane. In Texas II. i iis :Mission Mud Trustee Treanur, Lennon boat pastor Evening

visited Sun. ay afternoon with I I Mr. and Mrs! Henry( Carter went to Green Cove Springs i Hivvayll '" now basing a.ialtriu'd! to An (rr. :MI.H Lydln IaneYouth" service a p m with the pastorIn

Mr and :Mrs Cliude Oren ales. Bob McLunx and! OuU) to vlitit 1\11'1. Haxley'' brnthiM-, I Air Twitting Command\ unlnt Due. and choir President MM charge"

Mr Oar'oiV< wife returned: visited Sunday afternoon In I in-lttw and .'"trr. Mr and ban. O. E. Crab1Rlvvvv..vv..vvvvvvtvl Stead API in Nevada Lot Ituby Flitter 1 president n

I home" wiU him after spend- St. Vincent's Hospital In I 1M..*. P. L. Williamson.. .and I training Mud duty MS tl'l\n-, I Psitor's Aid Club. Mirth
InR I""t1f'l'k" hr with :Mr Jacksonville with J C Carter family. I li>i I.t..tIUI1I1''t'; Hcwln. Circle Ifattli

: and Mrs Oreen" Mr. and !MM Lyle Rchmell I Mr. and Mr, Howard Pad-, i I supports the Alt niliuUm of'' Ten v,: Usher: ]Hoard president'''.

Cindy Padgett daughter\ otII' and daughters of Laurel HAV I i, pelt and sons visited the I Mr and Mrs. R D. Crosby I twining A'-m"l.nd. officers | \\'11111111Lllntl! Jr ChunItMithcr WILLIAMS

!\ and Mrs J. D. Padgett S. C. and Mr and Mrs. Uu- Thunder Ranch lust. Saturday' were guests of Mr and! in the Hklll wiulied by th : Sinter Kilt: \ Tnplln

L : has Unproved and has" been ford Hlgglnoothan and grandchildren afternoon with Mr.I and Mr*. Randolph Crosby of Ma"MI'II'I nation's aerospace) totct. Airman Rulldlng fund treasurer lien\
., # removed trom the Isolation. were last Tuesday. I Charles' I'lvrce.Mm. last Uunday KI"1f U a I Oil 4 graduate I! Orlffln; Thanking Committee JEWELRY
ward to a private room where" of Mr J : ( I II :\tr'lI. LydU Lane, Mrs. Ruby
nluht supper guests : Len&to..y:\ [ and son Mr and Mrs M Dyer Shod.OTtt
she Is a patient st Baptist I and Mis. James Waters of I Charles, and grand-ton all of I iittettdi'd t the Farm lluienu I :'' I Plaher. Rev. Ortrflii and L'lderr : HKPAIKS:

Plus- Memorial Hospital< \ !in Jack- Law y. I Jackxmvllle visited Mr :\10"- Fish Fry at Wortlitnwtoii I M A. M Fo;hla Hiiyal, asks I \ Howard., : Youth l'IItOI'ICnlvlll 'i :MACIIINKKNCHAVING:

IOIYIiUle.i I Mr and Mrs Lylf Srhmell I Springs lust Thursday night all members of the\ 1f.'rolnt: I II fltbhs :

THE QrtSTFmMSULOIBIRtHSURE ...A FORBIDDEN WOMAN! i Mtis Liila Harris'" Is confinedto I| and family of Laurel Bay. R tar. Mr. and Mrs L A. Crosby of Jorlco to bi. present" and The Starlight\ (loipel Singers SCHOOL() JKWEI.RY:
her home this week with a C. will be moving back, to Icy last Sunday A 11.0.11': and and daughter" visited Mr. and I on time. nt 4 p in J.m.:10: to wlU ai>|N>nr at 8 p. hon, "
HL. virus and is under the care ; Jacksonville next" week. 'Iu. Clarence Mo ley and I Mrs Fled Uromtwell, and Mr I attend" tj I Mlncst" of vital& Hiindiy. J.tit 4 Hiiixlity, .itrrvlii's DIAMONDS():

rR1.JIrn. 1J1rr.rI"n of a doctor.: I Mrs Joseph Lucas carried family, Malted them [I and Mrs "Nenl' Ilrmsraii In ( ImportantM. ruurrt ttugirrpoiler. will tw an follow.' HiituUy I. 1). IIKACKI.KTSCIIAUMS. :" :

:?:; nR111I J Mrs Joe Ellis': \ received a her granlmothrr. Mr MaryMoslev | IlKCll'K: ,rXJU TIll: WKKKChltkirt : ., Jacksonville Innt t Hun<'ny School 10-31); Moniln* \Vori KTC.Stnrke. : .

r broken hip from a fall at her tt a Mxaclenny dod.GrllAd I Mr, I&nd11'11: Uil-idl Crosby Dell, Chapter" inn will meet i, .shin. II I I 3D EvenliiM: Birvlee1ao I
: >>
V.: t: : Cr"1"o.;:( :3 tat.eSpoon. -
.""'- _::' .1S..r'1"- .\t:_. r-1: [I't1'cOLORl, home Fuoddjr she wu admitted << ,I' Wednesday! ror. cheek butter or umrgnrtne,i of anlnesvlllo w 're visitinghis I Thursday\ nlKht. Jnit :31. at :: with Elder r llownH In I I..It.1 .
: to DMC Hocpltal InJurkftonvllle flour parent! Mr and up ycup
I. ) where she may Mrs Claude Green" received I milk. *. cup chicken, Floyd" Crosby last Sunday In 1'I\III'IIO.-HI'V, IM- I
Sun. Mon. Tues.Jan. 17 18 19 undergo surgery this week. I Mr and. Mrs Lloyd rol.dll'LL mon Dt-ll. W. I'
treatment front a Jacksonville broth I t..hl."poon nilncmlI
Rev and Mrs. R. T. Williams 1 and daughter weir guests of C'I."U I NK\VS l: ''
doctor last. Wednesday I..Rlon'Jul
I, p..y. 1 teaspoon \\1
Sunday dinner ..nd.Ira\ Itlli Waters in The Fl"'sta Social ft flaying
'CE;[ crnir MOST coracvnisiAL DIMS OHM run. were Mr AMBULANCE
| Mr and :Mrs Hootsle Cnn- .. 1 teaspoon, onion Jul..e. SERVICE
jrueats of Mr and Mrs Ernest Lake UutUr turd"y night.I I Club hrlJ a called' meeting" I
AND OMEOF and family spent weekend ,
non dash each nprlku| 'I'p"r.| .. (PIIONE 0M11.
I' I .R00
d' v Wellhaunen and son t !Mr and i> .r.Vllllltm on) Jan. 0) to elect officers for
Yh' THE In Virginia Beach Va and nutmeg" )-* teaspoon /III./ ,
Mrs Avory Slade and family Jncksonvtlle HIP next two follows DcVVitt C. Jones Funeral Home
Mrs Bud Meyers and d.iunh- I1* cup llnely diced cooked. Hwktmon of spent I: yrurs its
visited in BUrke Sunday ;': ter" returned home with the or cnnned" chicken, 1 cup Ono, Monday\ nlutit with :Mr and I Cluivncr, DeSue.) president. I I
with. Mrs. C W Slate Cannons ror. short visit rorn-flitkr. cracker, or dry, I!! !Mrs C C Cro ljy JIM, iv Clark vies 'president. IMVItl C. Jones ntJrI t.rp" Funeral Director

Davy Brad hw. son of Mr. Mrs Meyers awl daushtet, bread crumb, 1 beaten egg, '(J111I1..r guest. of Mr and I fun>i Ruth Holland Slarke, Fin.

and Mrs. Buddy Drad..rmw.. |' will return to Virginia the I t 2 tsblespawns| water 'Mrs O. F1.:. Crosby Sunday, secretary' 111'J'1rlna linker

1 received: a broken finer/ last |II"At of the week. j Melt butter blend In flour. ,; i were their" son and dl1ulhtuI -i flnnucv' !" i r t: ''fury.' : William J RENTAL SERVICES
r r5 week while! playing. at homeon Senior from Baldwin Jun., I I add milk and broth. Cook and 'In-law Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Holl/ind/ treaiiirrr." : Mr,. I i 1I000pltIJI il.ds. Whet Chain. Cmtr*_

riOMuw" vjnirM.ibiiluuu.r-( .f_ 1 a gym art I lor-flenlor Irish H-hool at stir tilt mlxtiir buhbl.., cook. I Crosby nod children of Olndy rive rhaplalii: !. Z.
t J C Carter a patient in St. t.nd.d the Oovernor's In- lungrr.. I
and' stir one minute
GA'RNERANDREWS Vincent's Hoepltal In Jacksonville : :f.-'t; JFtr. .:" .iI.1...
DOUGLAS auiiniratlon tit Tallahassee taut, | add parsley, lemon. and l onion. -
has Improved and U/ week They" made the trip t b. 1 JnUami. seasoning. Cool
AincRicanizaTion OF
EIDII. able to be In a wheelchair" 1 train and were accompanied tint ,
AiM chUkcn. Mil to : AREA BUSINESS
11.- !!! DIRECTORY
now from hit recent: accident hv their sponsor Mrs Oracle Chill
Mr and Mrs. Holly purr Hall!! With wet hand'
I .. -, ... . .
1 : rhU-krn mixture Into n 'IIJita.'i' .' :- }b '
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saaaa.aaaaaaaaaaaaaaar a scant 1.4 cup each hell in
rruinbx Hhnj..>. ball. Into cune All'I'ONU.IS&SER1'ICl: ': : :: (( 1': IIKAITTV: SCHOOL' M"torryrl..HfK

'. -- CLAY HILL ... handling lightly *o crumb

r' cit t I remain on otit"i>l.. Hip Into Barkley Motors, Inc.Tropical Pontiac, i+"r* (cmn1i.t ii< \'uty |Streit' Bicycle Shop
1 e'J mixture of egg and water Culture (rule. \Womanl.l
) L Inc.
liON(>A 3uy11)itCYCl.EMTRHIMPll ) :
5, MM. Howard F d,rtt
roll In ."m'- again "Fry In .
l Tulllun
  • J rhun.. 2511.1121sa ,
    Cuhmn A Yep. "N
    \ deep tnt .4362 degrees' :2'. H\T TRUCK OMC CY.N'nR : : ri.A('.KMr.Nr:: I |
    f ft .a a a aa..aa.a.u.aaaaThe to S mlnuU or till golden Mil.I.MAN A HI'MUttM e-e11L1 Ilrtuh-Up Coiirsra. .tl-n<"l.\-l.ndaapIUA
    .. Clay 11111 II..ptit brown "not t hot through Uralnnn n f\ NT' A (t '-fut.urcy. lfHI.o-&' ''''*
    Church hail. another Inn, paper tnwcli" ; serv* with' ajo: N W mh! Me Onlne.vlll. Central Hairstyling HCHWINN urcvcLnT
    I in Florida green pens In cream sauce i (l.4KkMmlth &: Safe Work
    J on. U ..tUn,(( ".uk< tu ':hurih S.rvrn 4 8ALRH ft nmvicr.: I College til W, I'"I.....It"...
    after v.c.t4un* end sirltnrii. Factory Trained Mechanic '
    I ep acars, Inc. I :lIS S. K. .Ut (l /m*.vlllS7CII03 (I.ln..III. :on'1
    -. The Church will ordain several' CAllH
    tlMt.U I
    100 fl-KAN .
    it's the ,.vev.vvv.v..ev. Imported! Cnr Hp... InlIds
    deacons the second Sunday in
    i 2201 N. MAIN \.IIIII'I: : ': ,Ii! '::>OOl: I ,IGa
    I ...brwor,. W. were glad to
    I' Galnr vlll
    I !have. Mr. and Mrs lI"w..n ('AHI'KTSirtinviii I C"
    -t&; CHEAPESTmodern J'.tt and their nephew| of .'
    I M.I.l "rle Mervle.. I
    I h1dlebtl'l! with u. at thmornmr By 'n. I Ir.. Hill -I I .
    :I'oL wnrhip. rimoo. 441-"' 1 111.saaaa.aaaaaaaaa.aAAAaal* N JKKI'.: : I in! H'" K<-< 111.11"I
    way. "''U"' ," MM Family or 4 Wheel I DrlvHAMIII.KH - I WilEl'f'S TIME Tf MOV>
    Mr. and Mrs tardy fkjfrtt.Mr I AI'TOSAI.VAfir' () ( : i RHO..IAlly"'p| '

    .. Ixxil' .. Juhna 'rv> yiinmt I IIIK: MMTINO MET: |I : .IIICIUAI'H'.Yo Call
    I Hud l tang attended l the Hampton FIle CwnniU- ', Amertrnti Finest F.nnorny' Paul's Auto Salvage IIIII.U Tl M-IMI (r11NEMVI1.LE'

    Hack Creek An mfrling loner C H O.x has called ameeting ..1... and "MerrkS' F..rert; I n.t.II fl...'''1 Mayflower, I Inc.
    WHAM home
    and COOL; your '' W* Buy Wrecked Cars At
    I < ml Cedar Creek Baptist shout fire flhtlns I illl I .*.. "l.._:n"-3111.\ ran roll_ nll-21.
    7 30 '/ (O) I I' I P .It I ( K .HAll
    for Tuesday Jan ,
    VEAR-ROUND withreversecycle / Church last YVUy' ins J* I < onrllUMr p m at Hampton city hall. .A Models. I..... KM I NT:' A CJI.ASSLiddell:1

    oml Mr I..
    and Nancy "lalt..1 l Mra Carter's Und OalitMivino 371-U1 Teletype N.rvks-W. UlU Paint &

    I cousin In J.< ksrmvlll.Mgssiay. ( ut'N 1 II. i 111'UT""t. find Any Part" For Vo.. INWWT THAT AIL YOUR
    Afterwards. vl.- I,1T I K MOHKSItems rVKI""r. Glass Co.
    ELECTRIC AiR-CONDlTIOHSNG tin N Pact kirk k YardCAmu.ACol
    Carter In lit. Vincent. up for dlncuotlon at the AIIB THK[ DOlT FROM. Mirror Alliila Deer.1lr .
    of .IMMonzLE'
    Jtiury' meeting
    H<)OI ta1. recular (Conilillonlny.. HeatingRUSS'S Tub r.nrtofnrr: Nb.wMMAI.FA

    Mr. and Mr Gene C .:u.rt the Hampton city councilTu' KKHVICB: Edward BuildingSupply l I.r. WUwl. and family of r;.>.ir..vlll. ..|.-, hall Selection" of Used Car Inc. ( .r....* WaU.! ..... ...,..
    One compact heating and cooling biggest bargain: ever. lt.l Mr asd. Mr Clifton Car.I ittendedIhr FIn. SHEET frwnl C._.,....*...
    I I tn &...1 family last 1alordayrtahl. M l> Wattrrnon: Taken On (;0..111114: Tf'1a<1.. Tit n. M4ln..J71-MI4.
    does both! Just dial for SAFEST far Jt ml Itw and Ill NW M.
    yatem by ; BUfwnth
    meeting wits a repeat roo.Ift..t 2101 N. W. llth. HI.Lincoln 111, n"'WTtJ.P'' : P'I..A
    cool comfort in summer and J coiy run1elfoM.! CLEAREST too.. no Mr. aril, ...h. Kulolph Pad that the resin! con- ellcP.r" n.-'UIS fiAICDEN; HITI'I'I.IF. : (SAfN/4Vt7J.K 31'1.1\11\

    warmth in winter. rimy by.product.. of combustion.Electric I gift tit I nor t or_ Inlet t visited, l sided purchase of the Ibm,"- llratln 1'I.ATINK=

    N" ned to take up preciouspace Mr. sic Mr*. Itiram l' .l.rttivl ton Waist Workt Various
    Air Conditioner have
    in your home to install heating 'famjlr. "last' f.,....y night, mrtnf of flnanrlnc' such a -M.rturr. ;-CometI'Mll .'Ir conlltlnnlng. Johnson & Faru, Inc. Ocala Chrome
    been drastically reducrd: in prve' C%KH
    : >lr. B'w1 Mrt Fr.nk Citrtrtl "purchase !have been
    equipmer.' because reversecycle I .. "NI..t' )fetal C'tnplrt lint of
    Atdhorir t Sales ft Service Inc.
    central! and window models\ nor the last eveora? .Iea.. Now ,. vNt'e:. : 'in Or-on Covlutu at Mr WatterMn'srourut. Plating, .
    everyone can afforrl! t tthis' v_r- .prillr"", Ia..t .J.y ..ftnsou. but BO ohitloft" hat SIti'trArT'tCtKgsv. NJc'kfll. ChromltnCmdmlum.
    now coat little more than straight round comfort. b"n o found Orc*>u e of hit ,, Crane IUO err urn 'tHIIUlt.K.4: M, tl Finishing'
    cooling unit So, the heating comfort Mr. firtty Fregn nt J,rkiMfivtllo sat Mr Wattrmn hs* takl Iell.'EM/1111' :"" Cl1ItCCnn Buffing
    it practically a free bonut! So. join the hundreds of thou Bari .hr mother >.lr* he would like to retire from Lincoln-Mercury I m NESS f line. 7-tiu M...... lnvrtlrM. ,Ie< -PrlW 111.1".1'(' AVTQI'E' (''LLASiNO:

    And the recent $10 million..1eeland.l of FloridiaoM already enjoying Miry Carte of MUMIohurrrlrttod the ownership and mana ( .*. U. 1'aJvrnltr Ass.. ln Pwtlllxrr Hprmwters IILVI.K. ftR'.... corrrstrvliutrUl

    tric rate reduction four 4th major i thin truly modern double blew' Mr awl" Mr KobrrtCj't I I trent of the water work f> lne nU: 373.1281' 'u'lJm411' 'fruIJlmi.c.I"n 234 r/W 8th Are \ Hard Chrorn

    price cut in 10 yean) makes year- info S.-e your appliance dealer or r aM family recently The ceiling at the Hampton Tr4elJ.h ,.,.*-.V.l._ PII114t: 371.1/1/ ISM :NK' : Ind "M.. Dew

    electric air conditioning the conditioning contractor today. )fro sad. In. Hifror ,'...- '' pnotofflce U In need of ( .,,,".__I1is Pia. tidal 4JS-4SH
    round .
    raft "...t"" Mr. I'Mtfttmathor. ., r.i< It was pointed out I'M i fK: City' AutomaticTranimusion ,
    I Mr Jnnl (;re.n. oil|I Ir I Fines the buHttfm I I. owned tin' fbKJth Main I.ADIKSKAIt: rviKHancock:\\ UlTfUSf :(

    I *>rt0r* inlet. on T......y and and mU l.1Nd l by tM rut al.iI'/ S7t-I41l I nc.
    thJ/*&& /&- flamcless && ;'- / *' Fray. of UH w.*hKT. r: the council! wt hosed purehvv TypewriterEXCHANGE

    and Mr harry Pateett I' of the maurula,, and Ib Oh( r. n' 'HT- tt."ai, .A

    t'h. -.' >tr-.Ue. sot Mr sad Mr I hiring the work done iN/tiir; 'tHlTK" All Makes and J(1)I'.1.e.I Cherry's Bmith-Cbrocwi-AuthorisedDeaJer
    Now curer, than ever to CO ALL-ELECIRIC .. f'u. xr-l "J' ,. .t4 _* The 'lack of a marshal for 0*>.-lrU- -Hervle: !.f.JOIt FashlotusbLt

    .. tr it ... nntbinatinn with *._lvt- fuel.FLORIDA YhoILed ).f,.. rlO.I.!.., rraia4n.Mr .. ., the rltya prrranta] problemIt| I Mil fmttPoolcGable DenNVnter TKI, (HI, .A rr.-T"te4 C'AKH ( Addrear Pin ladles CUry-Vl to'-T.I&IU

    sad Mrs Barney C..rnelltit tfftnt--wa. aim dUkunxli uKr4..E't-aclrt--l: OATS! AdelIne Machln. Calcutatori.

    POWER & LIGHTHOIOA COMPANY ) JarkonnTUI' Ut ftundsy I the rnffiint> but no action Motor HOKK 'NANVTI7IS31tTLNrlrr' : wJ\a: BAI.TS -SEUVlCrRB3TTALB: : !
    WHO lh. .. Mr and Mr- !
    r wa 'ak.n.Da IU'flar rl-14'' -\rr. TIME........ fwr*.
    ivEL/IRS .UI' ff'/wrd. ...d.rO't. ni'l .me aM *"<- ounnl ales\ aun.-.rltrl lit B r !1st Av. C,, (n_TU:. \\vn n Main, A( ( EM;", ..a":14: .ulrincnU with. .. flot.

    Harare. went d" .11 aM UM p-rrhaM of 40 tr >t 12 ,.1IU"IoE" 17t-Ull Qal--.II. In.SI. tOO W University. Cklnemu. 431: N. Main St.. 0*>ln .vUl4
    toured tt. Bav.enn.b! hp! After in< h j .:..... pipv for 41."a., 1 Phone "S.5'31Lrt

    Uavlnf 4.lLvavu<. Tues. )1 to the aciioo; ) prop-


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    ..I vllle. e..............yy....\ Jacksonville and Donald Dotzler of Belle-
    Mr. and Mrs. Joiner of I I
    l Ray
    Miss June Brown spent view and Thurman Klngsle:
    Jacksonville visited her sister .
    BROOKERBy LAWTEY\ Sunday with Mrs. Tommy of Ocala were guests of thi.
    WITH COUNTY and family, :Mr. and Mrs. Uoy Home Barnes in Starke. I Pastor of Methodist Church
    Betty Italiun on Sunday. Visitors of the Darlev-Ben- Rev. John Perkins and at
    Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Williamsand ISJ' Eusa UUneLart .
    YOUR t I AGENT ,...........&......... Evelyn and Mrs. Hetty DemonstrationNotes nett family were Rev. E. C. tended Church Sunday.
    Harvey of Perry Friday evening We are glad to know that
    gd.1' Walker of Al.ichun visited
    r Y/rlp/ vYl1'tl I Let me say that I am sorry and Mr and Mrs Vaughan Willie Reddish Is at hom<
    c" thai I missed Betty !Italian and M.UIsia last """ Methodist Church Soc- .
    tuc ClulHl- Prescott and son Lonny after a few days spent In
    mas and New Yeiu'n, news but Monday evening. iety met with Mrs. John Tye Prescott of Klngsley; Lake Riverside Hospital.The .
    J 1 due to my illness and being Herbert' Davl.s of LaCrosse Tuesday evening of last week Monday.On Starling family gathered -
    visited Mr. and Mrs. Bobby By Dorothy Ross with
    confined to the hospital I wan eight members piesent. Sunday afternoon Mrs. at the home of Mr. and
    -t unable to contact !anyone concerning I Jones last Tuesday! night. Home Demonstration Agent After devotional, by Mrs Mae Mae Wells and Miss Enza Mrs. Eugene Starling! Sundayfor
    (Ielehrates. HUrd: Illrtluluy
    the Brookcr news. I Wells and Mrs. George Rob- Blanchard attended the dedication a barbecue dinner. Those
    We would lake to take this Wallio Crews celebrated
    opportunity to welcome to birthday< at his home HIPPY NEW VIAK: ( I have 3ton-wide[ sales, so be I program "Rekindling The In Gainesville and visited Mr. and Mrs. George Sapp Mr.
    .;j Brooker Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Sunday with an open Crews house( What will 1QG5!) be like for sure to watch the ads. I Inner Life Through Prayer"followed and Mrs. Nell Phillips and: and Mrs. Rudy Hlxglnbotham
    from! one to five Mrs. by the business ses
    ByGeorge Wilson and family who have you? Will it be a happy) year! To tak" advantage of a sale son. and their respective children
    T.lluggins. moved here from Gainesville. served birthday cake punch What Is happiness? I sion. A social hour( was en- Mrs. Joyce Futch and Miss Mrs. Daisy Starling. Harold
    rather than be taken be
    nuts and mints to the guests. sureyou're joyed with a dessert served
    The Wilsons have two girls According to Dr. Smiley I IBtanLon. wise Elizabeth: Terry were recent Starling and children, and:!
    a shopper.
    table was
    refreshment by the
    attending school In St.nke: and Tho hostess guests of Rev. Edgar Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs.
    happiness consists of : Guy Futch and
    I First, know what want
    overlaid with a crocheted table you Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Bum-
    three others at home. Mr. Wilson a balance of forces! within in Fort White and Mrs.J. daughter.Mr. .
    and need to avoid:! going home
    A new year is here I How cattle ask me for the locationof is associated with llill cloth which held the punch! and around us If we are to with useless buys. Know th3 garner, Mrs. Hsrmie! Kelly. W. Terry In Like City. and Mrs. Lacy Parmen-

    would it be to review how we 'his place. The laugh sure Bigham' at Redi-Mlll. bowl encircled. Heel with roses.variegatedcamellias. and started it off and how we backfired.A Laverne Dyai son offr.. learn to unde.stand ourselves. andise to be you're Enza Blanchard attended the daughter of New York: were Tenn. were visiting! Mr. and
    used other sure getting -
    have spent the first week' On new year is here! One and Mrs. L,. L. Pyal lest last candles were as To achieve gl'7aLerllLd..r. a bargain. Gainesville District Sunday visiting the R. E. Lees last Mrs. Oscar Carter and Mrs.
    New Year morning: I made thins for sure, as w!' begin to Wednesday for Fort Jackson decorations. Various bouquetsof at standing of ourselves, Dr. Examine the merchandise School Workshop In Gaines- week. Mrs. Czar is Mr. Lee's Lula Norman last week:
    the wrong "twist" and Chat plan; we gotta Cl.iure our S. C. and Induction Into the flowers were placed Blanton says we must recognIze ville Tuesday evening of last aliter. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Nor-
    middle age "crlnk" hit my taxes Uncle Sam \wants all U.S. Army. Luverne will be vantage points In the party and overcome obstacles.We carefully. Check colors size week. Friends of George Estes will man and Mr. and Mrs. Ed
    back. For three days I we owe him but hs doesn't In basic training for about rooms. Out of town guests cope with anxieties by and condition of clothing. TryIt CHURCH ACTIVITIES be pleased to know that he lj Roberts of Miami were visiting -
    couldn't tie my shoes or even want any more. One way to eight or nine weeks. guests Included Mr. and Mrs. changing: them If we canorby on. Then consider the cost Grace Methodist: Church reportedly doing nicely after Mrs\ Beulah Norman durIng
    get up out of a chair with keep from paying: more than Mrs. H. f\ U.uighrrmn Rood Walter Crews and ease. I tried to( walk properly you owe Is to get a copy of Harley, Wallle B.iughmnn: and Hicks of Nahunta Ga., Mrs. change. ed merchandise. Add this to a. m.. Evening services 7:30p. : in Veteran's Hospital: in Lake I
    when I went to the office the new Farmer Tax Guide. Kathy visited Mrs. Baugh- Tom Jenkins of Lake Butler; Several woik-slns, such as purchase price when you fig m., MYF Wednesday 8 p. City. I
    Monday morning, but I could- We have a good supply. You man's daughter and family Laverna Manlar, Mr. and n't hide my peculiar move- ask for it and it is yours. Mr. and Mrs J. T. Bass ic- Aubrey Hazen and, sons Ruth self lack of courage and confidence Inspect seconds) and irre- a. m. were in Palatka on business \ LINK TIKES
    ments. The week before I There are several new items cently.Mr. and Winfred Hazen, all of feelings too easily /gulars.; Check guarantees and First Baptist Sunday School Friday. 2nd Tire >/i Price

    visited one of our good Law- that might Interest you in and Mrs. Allen Lewis Gainesville; Mr. and :Mrs. D. hurt-all these Interfere withour services provided.If 10( a. m. Worship 11 a. m. The J. L. Waters family \\hm You &uy lot Tire

    tey cattleman and laughed at figuring your 1064 taxes. It and children of Cross City L. Hicks a daughter and son- happiness.The you're used to buying acertain Training Union 8:30( p. m.. spent the weekend at their At Keg. Prl.-I'luli Tat:

    him as he exhibited some of also suggests a number of visited his mother. Mrs A- in-law, Evelyn and Debbie way to overcome obstacles quality merchandisefor Evening Service 7:30: p. m.. cottage on Grandin Lake. Firestone Store
    the same movements which Items for you to remember. in mumt.i Lewis and :Mrs Pearl Sorrells, a daughter and to happiness is to $5 you may get the same Prayer Meeting 7:30( p m.. Miss Sharon Pennlngton. .
    were a result of the same keeping your 1963 records. : last granddaughter( Ray and Mar- "Know the truth about your- merchandise for less at a sale. Brotherhood WMU. YWA. I
    trouble. I sure wouldn't call There have been more Inquiries Mai key. Thursday.Mr. Green gie Joiner all of Jacksonville; self . the truth will make Or you may get a better quality RA and GA on first and third f
    his name but if you want to I and an interest in and Mra.with Boy Mr. and Loveni: Yarbrough and children you free." for the $3 you had planned Thursdays Sunday School Gas Genie says:
    spent Sunday
    see some fine Charolals beef blackberries than was expected of :Melrose; Mr. and Mrs. Jt.VIMUY SUES to spend.; Either way, teachers meeting; on/ Satur-
    Mrs. Kenneth Green In Ocula.We're
    during these few months. Joe Breeden a daughter and! January snles mean opportunities !- vou'll be saving! days at 7:30.:
    glad' to report that THOSE
    Looks like we will have be- of sons and Mrs. Ander Breeden to SAve money! if you I'ICTl'RKVOKKSHOr' I I Rev. Weldon Johnson of
    Mrs. Pearl Colson' Is out
    tween seven and ten acres set of LaCrosse; Mr. and Mrs. O. buy wisely. Sheets, pillowcases The Home Demonstration Starke was guest speaker at
    the hospital. She Is with her
    STARKE by spring If we can get plants. sister In Gainesville but G. Strayborn. a granddaughter and blankets small appliances members are getting ready the Church last Sunday lie WHO
    Had notice that an all-day and Doris. and Jean Drlg-) clothing and I shoes even for their picture workshop to Mrs. Johnson and their son
    to return homo on e"-I
    BUSINESS blackberry meeting Is goingto : ( perts ( gers of Wildwood; Mr. and furs and sports equipment will be held Friday.: Jan. 22, up- and Tommy LJnzy of Raiford

    I be held in Citrus County day.Mr.. and :Mrs. Frank Tlnncy :Mrs. Mark Moody< Clara and go on sale. Some stores have stairs over the Home Demonstration sang two numbers which were KNOW
    I on January 19. We will have Resale CoLson, :Mr. and Mrs. good sales of their Christmas Offics [Civil Defense appreciated by the congrega
    DIRECTORY several men attend the meeting and sons of Gainesville and F. F. Flume Clara and Mar- cards! and decorations Just Room I. USEDid
    Mrs. Julia :Markey: of High vin Hazen and Vasco and, after the holidays. And some Mrs. Roberta hall State tion.Mr.. and Mrs. C. E Steln- :

    January !Issue of Progressive Springs visited Mrs. Pearl Cleone Boson all of starke; .' Home Improvement Specialist houser were visiting Mr. and yon know that 99 out of 100 hotel' and rMtMinata la Uw

    I Farmer> has a story on black- Markey recently. I and :Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Crawford -l and BIMs, Dorothy Ross Mrs. O. J. Anders during the United Sttttatt UM fa* for rooking Why'If gsa their obolcafC'tief
    AUTO REPAIRS berries as a new crop for )IarrhlgennmulI'f',1, of Providence. Approximately characteristics of the ;live, will! assist people In making week. who are responsible for preparing! !good food know".
    Florida. The writer described II Mrs. Amanda Lewis announces 70 friends and rel itlves varieties named above are mats! for pictures and framing Burney Dobbs and Ben that the and
    Earl's ; KM bring out foodnr-i* appetizingappearance
    Garage the of her I
    I the Brazo variety used in a marriage of :Mr. Crews dropped, by to also designated (is discount pictures. We will not make Hopkins of Jacksonville spent;
    of food and they know It'. flutter rlraner. more topeodaMaand
    Edward Endlcott
    ALL KINDS OF few plots in the Fort Pierce I grandson wish him a happy birthday. varieties farmfs or cut the !glass ,, Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. ,
    Miss more economical Iitn't It logical that hould switch'
    AUTO REPAIR WORKAll area. Brazo li not recom- to Carolyn Koilgc We wish to commend Mrs. Mr. Williams urged every Members are" asked to bring A. D. Dobbs. ; you
    Work Guaranteed mended for our area at the I daughter offr.: and, :Mrs Dolly Harrcll on her bright grower to obtain his tobacco pictures fabric for fabric I Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul to Natural Cm.T

    Phone 069-2064 present time. Buck I lodge of Gainesville new shiny red car. How's a- sped from reliable sources. By pictures and fabric! for wall Bennett and family last ,
    So. the The young couple were married I this he will be hangings. Other STARKE NATURAL GAS
    Walnut Stiirka We are interested In bout a ride? doing protected materialsmay I weekend were Mr. and Mrs.\
    Flordagrand and the Oklawaha. Friday In Folkston Oa. against the plintlng of be purchased locally Allen Carter and children of I ll CITY HALL PHONE 96J-2351;
    They plan to make Brookcr mixed Inferior seed. As in ,
    AUTO SERVICE were- recently released Tobacco DiscountTo
    their home.
    by the Florida Agricul- I past years tobacco vnrletl' .f. ..=-- r- .__._ -
    Mrs -- -- -
    Gilbert S. Brown tural Experiment Station. The Mrs. Pearl :Markey Be ContinuedThe will be checked while It Is t-r -

    Standard Oil two varieties are planted together Amanda. Lewis, Mrs. MaitloScwell growing In the field.! Any tobacco -
    Station so that good flower Mrs. Beadle Connellyof Flue-Cured TObacco' having growth characteristics I
    ATLAS Hague, Mrs. :Mary Green and chemical FLORIDA BANK
    pollination will take place. Discount Variety Program will :! prop- AT STARKESTARKE
    TIRES &: BATTERIES Our growers are Interested and Mrs. Ruby Hodge, attended bu continued in effect for the erties similar to a discount I
    :Budget Terms Road Service church services at Little at
    variety will b! supported FLOIUDA
    In Williams
    blackberries as a comparison 1005 crop Emery
    Phone Springs 'hint Saturday after- one-half the rate for
    96i-r571 support;:
    ,'I crop to strawberries. chairman of the Florida Agricultural
    407 N. Temple StarkeHURST'S They will harvest during the noon.Miss I Stabilization and acceptable varieties. So it Is STATEMENT OF CONDITION
    Sandra, Soirell of most Important that each
    lost half of our normal Conservation( Committee reminded -
    strawberry season. They will JuckHonvllla la visiting; nor tobacco growers tills farmer, bo sure of the variety Condensed from
    Service Station ship to the same markets and grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. L. week. of tobacco! he plants Report to Comptroller
    L. Dyal this week The Dynls Growers are urged to con-
    / in the same type containers. Under this program, price
    Gas Oils
    PIIIIXH'H- Lubrication/ "(UP' Just changed the words red) had ns their visitors list: supports for discount varietiesare sult the County Agricultural' DECEMBER 31 1964

    I Goodyear TJren & Uuttorlo- strawberry to black blackberry Tuesday their daughter. :Mrs: one-half the support rates! Agent! regarding the most
    ROAD SERVICE: : Sorrell and girls of Jackson- for comparable grades of acceptable suitable. varieties for this lo
    e varieties. The discount cality.

    .I varieties Include Coker
    ----- -- -- ---- i,
    139. Coker 140 Coker 316.1''

    Reams 04, and Dixie Bright Should the Need ResourcesLoans
    244. Any mixture or strain of Arts tt'fI Knt;
    these seed varieties! or any Crutches & Canes

    ll NOTICE seed breeding varieties line including of F1u ;-cllred 187- I I Koch Drugs I II, and Discounts 2,453,486.68

    Golden Wilt (also designated I P ..crlptln. ppee4led. Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures 306,336.79
    I Free IlfUvery)
    K ,
    as No-Name XYZ. Morttratce i 'I
    Lifter Super XYZ1, havingthe \ 'I Other Real Estate Owned 2,920.00

    \. quality and l rhpmlcl\l..._ '
    ---- aals.Ilt-
    I .. I Prepaid Expenses 998.58


    Accrued Interest & Income Receivable 29,406.91 ;
    ! e I II I II ill': I
    OWNERSAgain II I U. S. Government Securities 1,509,859.48

    that this -I 1'1' Florida County & Municipal Bonds 755,775.66 I
    we would like to remind you

    I office will assess all property for 1965 by the Just J I Other State & Municipal Bonds'\ 97,000.00 I I

    Value Law (Florida Statutes 1963 Chapter
    II Cash on Hand & Due From Banks 7 247801.83 2639843.88
    193.C21.) 1 know, you have heard of the various tax II

    troubles in other counties that have not compliedwith DOES TOTAL 5,403,585.93 II

    this law. We cannot afford to jeopardize our I Ii

    I entire county by ignoring the law and court rulings. ,THIS II

    Our only hope is to abide by the decisions of our su DESK:

    periors. Due to the above, your Homestead Exemption Liabilities I

    Application which was mailed January 1, 1965, COST

    will mean more to you than ever before. We there .5250 Capital Stock 300,000.00 j''II!

    fore, urge one and all who have not returned these I Surplus 375,000.00 ,

    r applications to please do so as soon as possible. Even
    h Undivided
    though, the deadline for making this applicationis ,NO Profits 27,563.25 I'

    April 1st it would certainly help us to get these \: Reserve for Contingencies 49,443.22 752,006.47
    returns in as soon as possible. i

    Reserve for Taxes, Interest Etc. I
    Tangible Personal and Intangible Personal '

    Properly returns are also due in by April 1st. With OUR PRICE IS ONLY $110 Interest & Income Collected, Not Earned 78,021.18 "Ii:

    the multitude of work we are forced with} in our Just When you select a desk m the Marnay Signora Bills Payable 340,000.00 '

    Value Program, and with our very limited staff, you Budget Series, your<< desk will have- Deposits

    could certainly contribute your part in this, by attending I 4191952.73 I

    to these 1. Baked enamel finish I
    matters immediately. This would
    give us additional time to handle other very impor- 2. Chrome plated square legs TOTAL--- 5,403,585.93 ,!
    3. Full
    suspension file drawers I
    tant portions of this work. 4. The newest 'functional stylingand I ,

    beauty you'd expect only in
    Please ref I assured, we sincerely appreciate much higher priced desks' I I

    your cooperation and understanding of our mutual Cant'' And the satisfaction of real savings. nTl fl'v

    problems. I If you're opening a new office or "Ul A it II AY FLORIDABANK

    Very truly giving the old one a fresh new ap.
    yours, Q I IP M fl P C
    pejraiKe; come in. ieejoryourself. OluIflUnC .. -'


    Tax Assessor III II Bradford County Telegraph I One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group .Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. I'I


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