Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
January 21, 1965
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (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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Official County Publication Established It 1379


Pistols Found f Site Here For $75,000 Loss Estimated

City To RegulateSale Holiday Inn

343 Ends

Of FirearmsAn cam pp M 1 Being ClearedWork [4-DayFreeze

of clearing the" site!

ordinance to regulate the sale of fire arms in y- for Starke' new 100-unit

the city was ordered drawn Tuesday night by the i. 4 s : I II Holiday Inn started Monday ( Yield

Starke Council on recommendation of Mayor Randal Jackson with local in charge contractor: of the W. opiMatlon. T- Early Berry

Chitty and Police
( Chief William F Rosser... .

Hastily ordered after a report The contract for construction
that a local merchant: ti cers confiscated: four ofbe I

selling, without keeping: a mail but deadly pistols In W O.has B.been Co.awarded of Memphis to the I Most Growers Optimistic; I II +I

record of his sales .23 caliber one week. He said "a lot" of fse >R Tenn.' Robert Keller superintendent For Junior CollegeBOald.

pistol coating: only; 112 U people who would be termed .k t of

persons who would" be termed "undesirable" are carrying the the firm arrived construction In Stark for I For Season As{ A f Whole I 1

-undesirables. the ordinance weapons on city streets. He Ocr1t1JAYCEE last week' and has started hlr-

will be quickly put through aald something should be l Ina labor for the job. I AgreesTo
the mill I Ifir. Four mornings) of freezing or below temperature .
by Attorney OeorgaPierce. done so that police will ,;; WEEK Clearing' the site will be :
It Is brought end this week to I)rail ford
expected: to be be aware of who purchases a completed this week, and the an abrupt County's
ready for ratification by the firearm. Harry Grunt (right: ), r.h'oont' nf the !Stitrke> ..ronl..rO'wnher will be "early" atrwvberry season.
company ready to ;
council: at the next meeting Mayor Chitty suggested to of Comments and Charles Ilida-k. manager of the I' start pouring footing the The ]Front:<< Warning Service! weather station in Alachua Site

on February 2. the council that an ordinance li>ral Rood Fair stony look over ,the .up-flat grin-cry hag that first of next wee*. Starke recorded n low of :'JG.! deicrt' 'I Sumlity morning,

Chief Roller aaid hU offi- similar to the one In force In art bring used. by Food! Fair this neck In of Nathinal When completed the new 21.5 Monday[ 2 1.5 Tuesday, and 28 Wednesday. The

Jacksonville be passed "Up Jaycee "''..... Jan. 17-SS. The ling. an Imprinted with inn and restaurant Is expected station/ at Camp Ulunding reported 2(1( dt'iI'rt1t! Sunday, In n special meeting; last Casey Hid the board voted

C of C Banquet there dealers are required to the Jaycee rrrrJ and a meoihrnhlp. message a* a reminder. to I to employ around 60 per 23 Monday( 30 Tuesday, and .12:\ W..lnt'IIIY. There week the nrmlfortt County I endorsement of Alaohua Coun
list the serial numbers of all sons. Total cost of the project" Schtxil l Hoard adopted .a r..o"tlnn ty for the college becaua, A-
patrons of the Important part H*)*"*! by this organization. In wa heavy frost Monday.( Tuesday timid Wednesday.Moot .
firearms they purchase and is In the the A- lachua offlrlala had stated l
neighborhood of II- agreeing with
January 30 At community life' grower reported thtt I___ ___ _
then to of customers -
report names 000.000. with completion' scheduled "'1'1111.County School Hoard that their county had .a auftotIrnt -
along with serial 90 per cent of the bloom anJ heavy bloom In n few chiys.
for June 1. colrg number of potential Jupf -
that the propiMeil junior -
Country Club numbers, to the police department I fruit on smaller bushes fell Tills new ('top111 take about
Willis Convicted On 2 Charges i to nerve the two countiesbo o'J.e. students to war-
; victim to the cold and about
once per week he said. Brooker ManIs six, weeks to muke ripe. berries. lovntml. In Alitchua.. ,'nthtllrm\ fln| an apoathIt .
73 per cent on larger plant
The said that most .
< Peterson artist,, I mayor f11 tr'I
Freddy County"Th
The board's .action was taken J
lecturer and humorist, who local dealers do keep recordsof here leaves gave some protection As usual Its nn 111 wind .I
Has 15 Days To Seek New TrialNorman from the cold. despite l the fuel that a 100-) ,
has his winter home at Zeph- their firearms and police Charged One grower' Wade. Gasklnn that blown\ nobody good( and acre site for the Institution boiirtra J O t/wa* better

yrhlllo. will be the guest can usually find out where' growers with coUurda( must- had been offered In Hrmttard to go along VeUn them
said It appeared>> that hs
peak at the annual Chamberof and by whom a gun was pur H. Willis was the Community State Bank in With Bigamy might alllve about\ BO\ cent: groweis with\ collards, nwelard County l Mateil. on UH. :301) than to be left oat of the proposed
Commerce banquet In the chased when It becomes: In. found "not guilty'' on two Starke. Willis served the per junior college\ .iwt-up
I I' of the green fruit on his larger I l \ and turnip greens' atoud across from the Santa. Fa. lire
Stark. Golf Jk Country Club rolved In a case. But Chief charge: and 'guilty" on two bank a* executive vice president It, B. (IBUll] Smart of pUnta, and. \would be picking to profit by the cold. There. tower. The land was nuxlavnllnbln a. for the two countl," Casey

Saturday night: Jan. 30. Rosaer stated that the dealerIn charges of using lewd and about six years, Brooker Is In Bradford County I Rome berries by the lust crops> came) throuult tint Iiers-' by poster Hhl Smith, aid.

A smorsgabord wtll be served question has sold pistols lascivious language over a Ing to Johns. accord-I jail waiting. trial on chargesof of thin week. cs with very little diunaue." who had l nrrnnKihl to have it Attending the special meeting -
at 1 Mr. .and had them stolen from his telephone, In Bradford County The testimony. of hid week were Bradford,
p.m. :01OWeby ) bigamy and grand larceny. Oscar Carter. another' while It III l believed that ('um.tIll' reUnmiil by ltnyonlr Inc., who
Peterson'. humorous talk and establishment on several occasions : Court Wednesday. bara Bowen as to a telephone County member of the joint
Total ball In the two cases er of the HMlbrnnn section ", rnnrkeU In OeornU. and haul It under lease from Smith.
exhlblton of hi* paintings.Born but has no records of County Judge\ T A. Yawn conversation with Willis In was act at ".1100. I the CarollnM might have I U Interim committee, and the
had a hundred f flats on the School KuperlnteniUnt T.
In Denmark and the IOn aerial number and the gum withheld adjudication of
of artist. Mr. Peterson cannot be traced pending. the flllnv of motion evidence to show "method of kn on their rcommendutlon
an I Clay County, and a one-time Tills snunlii result In )higher
< sold for an average of1 :?: 0
Studied In several countries of "All he can tell you U that for a new trial by Willis' at... opera tlons"' or course of con- employee of the State Road prices for Bradford County License Carey said.Casey. .
Several other reported Tags
before to the he has sold pistols. Rosser torneys. duct, by Judge Yawn grower I mad the derision
Europe coming; Department Smart Is charged that 1 they would< continue greens, which had been selling
told the council.: Motion to'draw Willis will have 15 days The prosecution called two known In a letter to James
U.S. Traveling mostly on foot. with absconding last t February to "scrsp" berries, for around '1.1\0.\ dou. one Go On SaleFebruary
he encountered experiences.humorous up the proponed ordinance within which to file for retrial other young women. wit with 13.500 given to him grower Cecil Crawford reported U Wattsnburger, director of
the next few week In spiteof
and oUierwl**, which was made by Mrs. Ruby Yawn sal
ha relate during his unique John. charged on four separate )I j but their testimony was ruled Witt Smart, for purchase ofa took a crop of bloom and his green' In Jacksonvlll'\ after 1 1i the Stat Department of Eil-!:,
According to Attorney George count of using lead inadmissable uratlon."Th .
program. .anJ'1 truck In Jacksonville Smart fruit conservatively estimatedat the freexa.!
Pierce, there U a state law uage over a telephone. :Mrs. Willis testified that allegedly cashed: the check, 175.000.\ The berry knockout ended )gab auto tan will go or I Board urge the earnest .

which requires dealer. to Judge Yawn Instructed th-l the two phone calls allegedly deposited the money In a Moat growers were optimistic it ,least, temporarily, the sale in Tax Collector! J. n consideration of the A*
keep records of firearm they jurors to hear the four charges made on Sunday mornings Green, Uchua. County Board of rub-
Cove Springs bank and about the IonIC range.. hopes) of fltarke! Market Man Kelly'. office In the roust" y t !I
'ft ell. He told the council that together, but to return four could not have been made 1>>- "toolc off." picture however predictingthat ftiiiir Phil Chonkhlt to estab i eQurLhou't'bl'UiHY/ 1. bu' tie Instruction and the Junior
county authorities would have separate verdict The Jury cause the family was gettlnf t.'rfege/ Commltfe that th.
In the meanwhile it was berry plants would comeback Hull. a market for IlraJford. they'll' ClNt..a nickel moi
lurUdlcUon over the errant was out 1 1-3 hours before .ready for church and she learned that Smart had another with their heaviest' crop County stra.tMrrlM' In Frankfort than last. year. JI0g<< 6" Jocatttf In the north-

Stark merchant but said the arriving at the verdicts.Hollls = "would most certainly:. have wife" In Bridgeport around March I, which I I. Germany, One flat o' rv",dlinf."' r pun In fin'' ....'..m pert of Alaehiia County .
-Uy: has on Its books only an. serving as then, Willis rlf lit> that& tti" .... facllltl, will
Knight, heard was" servIng Conn. from whom lie had near the "regular" time for berries was shipped>> to !Prnnk- them l I' Mllrl./t) 3J Those
ordinance against' carrying a assistant county prosecuting- a* Superintendent of Hun- never been divorced Mr. the berry .sronon to open up fort by jet. piano &luit week Ilrlll" epltrf'J&! .' I'V.Jft!l of f ,, |). "mere,> ocrenlbl to Ih.

concealed weapon. attorney In this case, recommended day School at Madison Street Smart of n-ooker: filed annulment here. and CTonkhlte. said
in other action: probation and Psychiatric Baptist Church at that time proceedings, and Mrs The 137.134 that had already there .Interested In ublaln 't l
City Recreation Director : treatment for Wlllit Deputy Green testified thai Smart of Bridgeport sued for been for B.OA3 nat' nit retfulsr m slilpinrnts from PIth, !, ti'i' plus, the r?...r a II. also' aJvlsed Vat.i-(
\ Frank Ow ley reported. : that and described: Mm as "a he heard. WIUls Identify himself divorce. Both were"' granted sold at the market here from here. "1 had to tell' him t' -\ ion ice at the thus they rcuu > larger of Hi. offer of hind

:1- negotiation! are under way to sick man, a man of considerable but did not hear any wIthin 24 hours of each Jan. 4 throuuh the 10th l H wt were out of the picture fma ( I thw tag:; t tlly that had l ben mad to the

lease a 10-acre site near Col- ability needing treatment l- vulgarity Green made no'es other the divorce on Nov retarded by most" growers a while." Cronkhlte said yes.erduy :" HradforJ County r n Leninlomirotl.e
Icy Road from fidon: Hardyfor ', are:
Freddy Peterson on the conversation which 12 and the annulment on a "bonus" brought by the unusually / Tag: eo" by type ,
use as a Softball field. Attorney Wlllto1 attorney Al Millar were filed for Identification" Nov 13 Aiitomoblirs i IJ'lv.1t/ U.- car the college 1 U Uatbrd
T. Speak warm December" and Air freight on the one flat t tililpped .
Pierce explained that I of Jacksonville asked Jjdt* Willis testified that he d1! The wife in Bridgeport Mrs early January weather' experlntentally Inn. TypeI). 2JOO) f rw UhtxMin.ini County.

Another highlight of the the lease would be for five Yawn for time to file' a motion not call Mrs. Starling on Aug n Smart stated' that she hat Pete CJrlffK veteran growerof wrrk was egg Cronkhlt saidllirwev ii3&\ : rtiii, 2 3nl

banquet program will be tie jean, cancellable upon a BO- for re-trial. MUlar can t and 18. but that he did call a warrant for Smart's arres' the drift! loop section r. when quantity ship, :UO1:11:7:1/ : : : W :S.501-4.50n: ,
annual recognition to outstanding cay notice by either' party, Willis did uo and IJII.: ."4. an'VW.. 4BOI-U
tended that her on Aug 20 and 21 on charge of nonsupportbut aid that form*" on th ments are mad, the freight.., Rotary ToltlImportance
community citizens! and would Involve no exchange of the telephon asked her beenreceived W7 07.OW.
make two for a daleThe the papers have not bushes I Iblonm .nit forming! per flat, will drop to arounjti .
for Good Government Good of moneyOwsley call named In the warr.ntsWIUIa' conversation. as testified by the Sheriffs office "tractor ,'lIA'
seem to be> in good Yeti this will nece' slt t(
Samaritan. Public Health and said the property U and subue shoveN, well driller and
arrest by Willis contained Invitations here er
and predicted! that pUnt tile berries In Clermany sellingfor
Good Cltlxenahlp. All persona needed for the summer recreation < quent trial came from charger for Mrs Starling to Sheriff Reddish enlisted' the would bet bursting out with around II10 1 per pint. other such so cnntsrucUd: anil, [ Of Jr. Colleges
who received nomination program. "Well need by Mrs Doyle Starling of (Continued On P".. FVjurlIIjr f Continued, On Puce !Pour I ICotitltnicd On IMre Four I

blanks for these award are lights<< for It and fill dirt will Lawtey.. that he propositioned

urged<< to send them In to the be required." he added. her Ofer the telephone Bradford The importance and It."t.. !
At The
Chamber of Commerce as He alto reported that Teen using vulgar language several County Library tlt'arof\ the Junior cclleit) :

soon as poasibl Town. held each Saturday i times. Four charge were filed program In the system" of I

After the program, the annual sight l In the new recreation i I I naming dates AUK<< 9. HI, 20 higher education wa dlnruMd -

ball will be held with' building now has an avenge I and 21Following Read Books) For Educalioii And[ Pleasureof at 'tha Rotary Club W'(|.

music by the Skylarks. During attendance of about 100 and the first two eaU nesday by Dr Roy Ivan Johnson -

the evening an exhibition that the number of team in I when Mrs. Starling said she a member of the Alachu

win be I the basketball league hasbeen talking County lntrm Advisory Com-
ballroom Ir.who was
of dancing<< did not HIM' CronkhltoIn 1 1fWI libraries should"" be
presented by Mia Gall Olah increased to el ht. Owe the family took the mat mltt on the proponed junior
I able: to work out,, on the local .
and Don Nenecher of the UrtIveralty j I ley also said that a ceramics ter t* Bradford County Sheriff describing a library someone !*v1 1. Mime participation. In collage in the Alochu Bradford

of Florida. class U in process of orcantut ,, P D. Reddish.: once coined l the phraae."The County area.
Members of the BII8 Senior ion. 1 I Sheriff RrddUh advised the wonderful world of part-Urn -lrslning pro- Dr. Johnson who U pro

clue are Invited, to JoinIn Council authorised th. ourhao Starlings to have an extension I book.* (rams.. flitch Ilia' believedMrs states that the lessor. emeritus. and research

the dancing" after the ban < of a huce oil conditioner telephone. put In and To reactors, young; and 0..... consultant at the Unhrervlty"
In Stark. hammade
qu.t. as guests of the Cham- I filter 1 for the power plant .' Mrs. Htarlinato "lead' him I who"" u., the Ktarke-Flradford Public Library sine Itws. r I of ...orl.... said that after 184

ber of Commerce. I at a cost Of ...oU. as recommended I'I. on."' Witnesses f ?yle. Dan I II County Library this does notdewnh < great progress< years It I'M time our Nation
first .tarl..1! WI'Aproject
as a
Ticket are available at the by the city bond and Edwin: Starling and Deputy : -: a ".....m-Itk. state of takes step toward the goal of
in IA15 at whli h ttm.t
I I education
Chamber of Commerce, and trustees. Sheriff Robert Green U.- exlatanee where a person goes N free and unlimited
lorateil' the Stark
reservations should be made The board accepted a report titled that they overbear ,, to ..rap* reality bat a very /It Woman'' sou Club In building' Outgrowing (for all who want It. lie said

a* soon as ponalble. from Its engineering firm conversations between Wlllli reel place where Information that the Junior collcue
I thei "lIrt.ra. It "wasmoved "
< for
Reservation for the banquetmust of Reynolds Smith and Hills and Mr. Starling over the both for vtiwatton. and pleaur .- should provide training
to the upper! fhinr in
be made by Thursday. 'f Jacksonville that a more extension Ia I freely givenTb t the County Agricultural llultd- (hone who want to continue
. Chamber office. efficient maintenance program Th two "not auntyer- r their education. after high
Jan. %1. at the IHsrary U a place In I9ftt when It moved
Ing UmprramenUlly -
w but who are not
instituted at thpower school,
be on charge stem- 1
dicta wr I where anyone can go to Improve In its present location In theRlOClat.r V1d or Intellectually:
Electrical! loads two telephone '
plant. mint from the first \
his mind education
bulking on H traditional acadmle -
plant have I \ suited. for the
on city power calls listed in the war- Mr
of unttfrttmnittng. nut Street Th City of Htark .
and un u-
doubled since ISM 1 and In thenext eollegts
11fISt 1r'
-rsnts n* hums SUrke librarian, mad. then" \ quarter has.
uparlou U. S.
.. lie said
. cities.
several U expected 1
year The second two can*. on 111s1
Teenage DanceFor I I declare.. poll>t by allocating the money J pool of 80
Lo reach near full capacity In Aug 20 and %1. where portions 111 111 I t a human resource
The Rtarke-Rra'tfartl Co nly for rent atllitl, upkeep not being.
of the I I per cent who are
the put large part of the conversation 1111 t I
could be Library; I la bright and rhr- anti" l other necessities not a- reached by present educational .
e generating system overheard .by wltneswt. I
;March of Dime were Cut& ,mor1.rn In decor with an vailitM through fund alter :4 Jj :
\ben down for tons; pried* led to charge which returnedthe .
Um due to the city's huge two ".uUt'" verdict atmnvpherv I of warmth and rated by th* county and : : ; : : ; l li I Th speaker wa Introduced] .!;;

Little Women's Club exress of equipment but this against WOU frlmdlineu. .tat.. by IfarUn ftprow.

I III no longer feasible.' I Member of eM )Jury .erring I located at 132 H. Walnut Sol,*. ftltrh outllnad some of I.WK/KV "M, ..II\ KH All, A .'... < herklnu uul hooks. l<, Itrwlfunl High itikleaU (loft ItIi

FRIDAY. JAN. 22 Use of city equipment to on this cat were: W. I*. lilt. In downtown Stark. the th* Improvements, much *a In right) ('."",n Fattlkner. OJM| HxrlMra It,"-., "re .Mr*. l I"Is l 4 Urh. *M-.MV| "runs right) stud \ Woods Fire

move several ornamental trees Dunce, foreman: Barney O ,, library na. an average elreulatlon BflokmoMI/ *ervUto every \lr 1 .. 1'.1 !Mfofftn. 7tu ....,... library' l. epee dally *.rrpt M*.InI.*, and ..........,. No

to 8 to 11:30 P.M. donated to the city by Robert B naon. Jerk B Clark. Bee of 1.040 volume per i part of th. county not In close I! Reported In '65
I. 'I
month. Th summer reading to time Btark U-
Omen was approved by the i bet Wesley) Moody Harold A. t proximity after the summer, resting dlvUfuaU\ "who" have 1'1.." *gin and other organisation amihuninu ) I

Admission 50eThU councIL The tree wl3 b? Alvam and Ixmni U Melton.I I program In 194 rf1f1.teed. 171 bury; an enlargwl staff I' program >. rorrpUt. Storytelling .,,,.,..1)of) thetr time anti. sub Arm! have c'ontrlbutd ,! Bradford County ha started
member who completed the which affords longer<< hours at'
moved to the fair grounds.Mayor I Sixteen Juror were Questioned '' I.I a regular ,..t..r. of stance. )f,. Rltrh sail nrMrally to raiM the stead-I I, the. year In fin. shape M
from 10'
-. Chitty. also reportedthat : before the final six prescribed program and. the library open now '. Ih. summer resting. ; program On. of Ui. war the library evils l car library service In the,, far a* wood fire are concerned -
i party wa held at the mesaaloe. a m. '0I/ pm. except on Hun-
puking conditions on i' were allowed to serve Knight anti Wednesdays anti. at other orca'tan during.. obtain book. i III through theM.mnrtal county i with no fire reported

Space Contributed Can Street have greatly improved 1 was named to assist recently day Ih* y..r liana. are stow ndr, Rook. Service Intercited LIbrary wrvk.. are free. I During the
1 I.
week :I Mr. II. C nlt ". chairmanof \ Many new .nd apoto- In the put two appointed county proweutor .
way to tnaagtirat a ,* l persona" pay for a book ants, the library card **
the Starb. Rr.dfor1 County book, flrtlan. ajvlnonfiction I' same period last year there
Weekly to Publicize since the police department Oeorge Plerc and SUrsHreScrwrg round story telling' teaser as a In memory of a loved one of the patron to use all facilities I
of Library Boar, date that hav .been */l servedas three
has intensified regulation *. Oatnesvllte. Region I were
part of th* Improvement plan. i I' frtefvl. The Woman's Club, of the ManU Pe library
Community Event by !the. two-hour parkin Bmlt.We personal counselor for the I the board sad the staff have\ ;i i A Chitdren' Summer Ra >e had real fin co- Starttngs. ben asked. by the director of I II"I *T program" wa started In
I I .2 Inch at New River
week was
Detnonatnllon Club, Rotary.Jsyre ruinvlll Public Ibrary '
The Community C oeraUon from the merchant The first witness arias library extension" to work i I9O and had a participation This program couM not have I

*." the mayor reported. wa Senator Charier E. John with Inca committee In their of ITT children Ut summer b* >hut the *up> **. Frlen.U of the library anti all branch, of which: 3: at. luhUnd. and .. at I{
Santa F*.
They( haven't" enjoyed' getCbaUnard who was questioned a* to eoamianltl* on Implementing each rvodtn; a muilmum" of 19 port of local group and p in-, Bradford rumltur C'. Htarke la On. ,.

[ oa Pace Four] the employment of Willis at the Economic Opportunity Act book A party i* always' beH I,


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i of his schoolIng / 39 Mrs. Lappe 61 I mont will follow in Crosr
termination Nettles ,
Mr and Mrs J F. Copelnndof on Mr. Lake Cemetery under the d

Jarksonvllle and Mr. and he will receive $30 per I Dies! Wednesday I rectlon of DeWItt C. Jon

I Mra. John W. Woods of Lakeland .r month which has been accum-i; Hit By Car Funeral Home.
\ were Sunday visitors of I dated for each month he has I Isucceitsfully I After Illness I IMr.

I Mrs. J. S. Woocla.\ I \i completed. In : Fatal I
Mr. and
I \iIoUh i Injuries 61 : Whitakcr
I :Mr. and 1Itl.... II. F. Smith other words ho earn' whet ho : .. Maude S Lappe. Dr. ,
received and does not have it of Starke. died Wednesday :

GLADYS MOOTV \ rlette WIlllHton Smith and of Jacksonvillewere Mica, Har- January 19 1063 given to him. Frederick Ems Nettles., 39 afternoon In Jacksonville alter i Former Prison

I school wUl of Brooker. ,'illed Thursday an extended Illness.
Dear Mr Matthewa:; FACT 8: The
.. (Phone 96.-06 1 I II Sundnv: Kuests of Mr and ''I too have chosen to live have 330 to 400 above average i Jan. 14. as a re uU Injuries Mrs.\ Lape;: was born 1" I' Physician Dies'
and l :Mrs. W. T. Jackson '' ,
In Bradford County, to raise Income jobs which will attract I I received when struck: by an Washington. Ind. on Nov. 6'1'

MiFrtd i 1
S ,l vis,. vHiting her mother, attend, the National HlbUcuk Mrs. :M. %V'. Lance had a- u.ness and to Invent in* poople to our area Those< St. In Gainesville. I II the First Christian Church of : Dr. D. D. Whitaker. 64 nath
A5.. Adlclnn on MondjyMI and Camellia convention in weekend visitor hor children proper-I, I attendant a'. and the Order of of Harlem. Ga. died Thursda.i '
tie.*. The fact la that \ ''nt un who are In business: I I Nettles was an I Starke. I II
It. A. Thomas t Is a pain Tullah.isneo' thin weekend. Mrs. R. N. Curs well and tw a rather large In'' would like to see this kind of Sunland Training Center and! I II I Eastern starSuivlvlng II i' Jan. 14 In the A'abama M
t tin- Modi- Local I to Bradford Brranddiiughtert, of WIIYf'rOH'I'' I the acciden' leal Center In BlrminghnirFunsral \
I > University fulmlttum-es both Bradford and, (clay oun- planned development. It would :I at the tlmeiof are two daughters. ; :
,,1 1 Oiiiti-i. She rec'jlvoji County Hospital thlt n.t.. :Mr. and :III'". Charles I In trying to recapture or services were held a
ill was engaged Alice demons
ties: thaiefore I wish to oterclnc be pood for the economic- i Mrs
,h,, In fall tit her Jerul Lance of St. Simons I lnnd : I ,,,,ho had 10:30: a. m Saturday Mir
i kINI hip *a I wci>k Incliulu: KuyDaughterly. one of the rlght-i grant welMaeltig of our community.. '' a patient Starke and 1\11'8.\ Beverly Con- ,
Mr.: and, Mrs.: Hilly BtirbanJ- wh re he hid! been 1,
0 nin Suniliiy.! Va.ico V. Hozen from Sunland.: ianna
I ud to all cltl/enn which: U that More working/ r<:npl<> means,\ escaped tOil of Jacksonville: one son !
i ron Ti'iwllk'gnr of The Willuil, PHSH. :Michael R. Ln- of Fcrnnndinn Bc-nch. Mr and of free speech.In <> more business more biintnmusmeans | Gainesville 'police laid that Robert N. Lappe. Starke; two: practice since 1838.
..' Srlioul, home fur I Mann Mm. John KntchU/i/ of Juclcsonvillo i another attendant I Dr. Whitaker!' served a
( ) wus ( vorn. UeoiKeV./: anUndii < I exercising that In.iHcn-,r 'more jobs, more Jobs; Nettles and barthrrs.: Harlun E. Smith ofAuburndal
and Mrs. Macy Quintof i,' John physician at the Florida Slat
II .k"nd D. UrlflU of Starke the escapee I F.
.able! right I do not intentl tOI meant more people: and su th!' ;. ani Edgar
Mi, TnJ 1 Mrs. A. J. Broiiminni I Willie Soiilherland and :Matthew Inverncsi, and their fnmiles I erie encroach upon tho rights ot cIrcle roes. Being" realistic tanx' 22 tiding!! a bicycle in Smith of Breese.!' HI.: two slater I Prison for several year In Hi

V I I' |>:" were Fild.iy' night ,, J, Sapp Sr. of Lake I < I others as has occurred recently -: the project has been approv Oalnesvllleand, :: that Nettle \ *, Mrs. Nolle Welker of Indianapolis. I late 1920's and early 30'He .

.::1 ; nf Sheriff IInI,l Mrs.' P. I II Butler; :Mm. Frances C. Boll Mr. nnd Mrs.' :Mark N lie- Dr. Silverio Is when a of persons, ed. The!' schools are going to. sot out of the car: to halt him. Ind and Mrs I< la survived: by his "II,
I 1 :, M "ih arid :Mra. Nell S. Regan of Melrose long nnd Hon. and :Mr am Sunday SpeakerAt presently! not Identified, circulated be located. some place. and Kettles and > Long were OOh: o I ILiad Ostnon of Washington! I Mildred. four daughter* an

\1! ; X. M. Smith and fum-I I1 ; :MI'H. Agnoi :M .1o'llq1lfl Ol MI-H.,, Lewis Bfirnett and cot false rumors pertain- wherever that In. If not hen itruck by a car driven 'by I Ind.: and ten orandchlldren one Ion.

,I I'I'd' friends iiml relit Lawtey; :Mrs. Irene Kindsey ol : of JackHnnvllle were Sunilo'K"csts \ Madison Baptist have to ; John J. '''TMtzxerald., 2). Funeral servlei!! will b.held ? I
and l Mrs. W. F !trig to the purposed!' Job corpt I will Mill help pay; i
: \ in' Jupiter Springs, $\ and Hawthorne; and Willey W. of Mr. D.D. vocational training center. for that program. I woul 1 of OilnetnlUe.] apparently at 10 A. m. Saturday: In ,

I', "i 1.\ on' Snncliiy., I Wllluimmin of Hampton.Mr. Herlonjr. Armando Silverio !' read aoma of the recent rather It be here lit> that our\I while Nettles was tusaQing the First Christian Church o1
Home Misniona vo i
MlSHlons. '
Mrs. S. "V. BM'kolt r"turn : to Plastic Notebooks'I $:l.20.
'p.| md :MM. A. .1. Thomiis'l and Mm. Richard White- after two weeks I liOoldsboro Hoard of the Southern letters that you've published area which .o dellp..rately, with the escapee Staike! with" Charles: nee eI
.1 I I iulcil, the Legislative and daughter of Tuvar- Stmrlnv I subdue him. .tc'officiating Inter* !:
Hum with he Convention.. will speak which were written by persons need "a boost economical), I i inni : I i The Telegraph.
N C.
I 'id I In Snranot.1: over (the ell were Sunday visitors. of' I UaptlHt an- ;: FltzRerald told police he!' dd:
I nnd ..hurtRlantI ot the morning service In the who oppose the program. They will also enjoy many '
son-ln-lavv rlmighter.
/ street
V V J."ml I I'I :Mr. and Mrs. U It. Spears/ Jr Street ttjptlst \ do not understand the program vantages' 'the program .offerTh ... not. see the!" pair'in! the !
Mrn Robert P. YelvertnnMius Madison I
V -s Maude S'welllll1.1. Mra.Norniin .. :Mm. Lois Thlgpcn IIn 21. and are therefore doing( *" opponent failed in a In time to avoid hitting
Pamela Lee Bnnvn o Church on Sunday --
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,. Nettles is 'survived, by lthwidow :
William' of Starkt-
for Charlie
11 left Tuemliiy harm. circulated' Now*
of this county great petition they !
I hono..t'dat Mr. Sllvci-lo u
Fort Lauderdale was I
/ sons,
;ii }hnme in Rlrhlund. Gu. are patient. In Dot-tor's Hos trouble tf to fail 'In', a ,- Miriam: two
1. the first' I \-e taken the they- lire 'about '
a pntlo! cookout fflvn by; Pennsylvania waa l and Victor' Nettles!' MOTORS
""mullntwo$\ works! pital.! Smithein Biptlst: home nilsalonnry check Into this and l I therefore straw 'vote ballot thCyve.'seii :
", '1 :Mi) nnil, :Mm.V. 11.1 :Mr. and :Mrs Kdwln: Prevail Yvonne Conner on fo'rldlY'1I'vl'nlng ;. to out of the UB feel qualified as! a cltien through the mail. They ask:I !. both of Brooke four daiwhters. < -l I
!' !' Jan. 8. for six Iflle8UJ.Tile go Mrs. niclind Starling. 'I
V. '''l. They visitingIn or Orlando, wore weckrnd via ,Pt' .
\ arc iflrla are roommates at to study the Academic Italian ? to report my finding! the registered electorate I t Pnuletti. and Marsha I Ii
V ",M "pc cnroutc.S' i Itora of Mr. and Mra. Eil! Pro which fact and not fiction themselves on the ba Sandra.
are identify
He has returned -
U. of F. lanffiiug-e. now ; Nettles all of Brooker.!' six I '
i, VRtt. Mr and Mrs Jack Mathew Hpcarhead the mlx- I don't mind tolling you thai lot. but In circulating U.I sisters. Mrs. A. K. Alderman.Jacksonville i Service Special This Week\(

J. W Rltth IH on a,buslnesctrip find cons of Cordele Oa. wilbe ,Inn work among tho people of I'm for this schoOl and I'vmatte ballot they do not say wh"u ; Mra. Leroy An-1:!

to Cletirwater and Tampnthin of Mr. and: Italian background In the U. that decision bused or they a..e.Some R. C. = ONLY
weekend 'micsts( drews Orlando: Mrs. .; IJV AITOINT.MENT
week.Mr. :Mri Eldon Mathrws! and S. majoring In starting new the facts. even believe It Is pnislble ". Dicks Lulv: Mrs. Phil] Thar- ,!i
\VinPi.e : [ and :Mra GCOIKO Flynn ,' anti churches anftlalllnA' FACT 1. The Kconomlci for the church and othc
will attend thcircuc : missions
family and all lla, Hawthorne: Mrs. J. C '
.'lr. and, family and :Mra. Flynn Act of 1964 *' volunteer!' organizations to re.
Satur- tho CHlabllsliccI. churches Opportunity pa I WHEEL
In Jacksonville / : Dicks, Dundtc: and Mrs. T q FRONT Et3D
Sr spent the weekend with section of'the diiadvantaged .
to minister In the languageto / serf In August under solve the problem I :
I cloy ntffht. .1 E Parrlsh.: Largo: and twoi
A Mr and Mm: Huston McCluno "1I clearly statea that the youth and di-ol] I
Mr.\ and Mrs. Phil Cronkhit thosn who speak brothers J W. Nettles: Lake':
In Atlanta Gu, the Federal Government t in not' outs who' will attend th! II I I '; ALIGNMENT BALANCING
are!' on a business, trip to Tallahassee I Mr. Sllveilo\ -Butler and A. .O. Nett>a. I
Mr and :Mrs. Diive Paulk on Thursday and ministry In 1 1001' and wis pastor -'I authorized" to control the ed- Hchool. I do not quarrel wit I r !

tended "open house" In the I of Calvary .lptlllt'ChlJr unit Ion or I tho curriculum ol thin s'lggestlon: : except to ad..1' i La rlfo. tI t I'' John Bean Including WeightuiVkualiner
new dining room addition. atl Frldiy. the This means local : vise It as being entirely dpendent ". I Flineral' services were!' held(( 'j
Bill Newton of Daytona In St. Augustine for over six program./ '
t the Red 1 Barn St"iik House in I l1'01. I on the two letter wont,, Nt >11 a. m. Saturday in the
: Jackson con
luncheon In 19tH( Nuptial
; Lake City last Saturday: night. Hi-ocli I wits Saturday years. I *' could tfJ, ,,Oak Grove Church of Jesus j jI
I gUest of Mr and Mrs. Herbert College the oldest Christian FACT 2. The Florida State 11 IF w* get people Christ of Latter Day Saint $li Owh'

Judge and 1 Mrs. E. K. Perry- Thmnas. liberal I arts college in Hawaii Armory Board. has approved give their time and talent I' I Funeral I II It $5.95
I with Sherrlll-Ouerry!
KOCH ? man and :Mrs. Coiner lerrymiin ,. Mr. and Mrs Charles Roman conferred upon him the I the site location which Is on for volunteer, service In a I 1 I Per "

vlHlted St. AuguHtlne and I of Columbia' S. C. were Honorary Doctorate of I lvin- ; Federal property' and therefore -! problem we currently hay." :I Home( in charge ,t

Marlncl.ind: mat Thursday.Mm. weekend!' BUPSU of Mr. and ityIn May 11X11 he became I no rights of private property I failed to do anything about

CASH Titui. Olwon pent ",w- Mrs. Lester!' Crews. a missionary to the Italian owners will be violated. I I've lived here for som rilE itioiiT rtimi ..... M. I I Our Sales Department Will Remain

eral! clays this weik with Mr J. An served over two FACT 3. I don't know what time. I like living here ]I .
Mr. and Mrs. RoY people and wag ru wi-it. C""mf> 'In iwlle Open Thursday and Friday Nights I
and :Mrs Paul Iluwklna' In rtrrws of Jicksonvllle! were! years ax. pastor of the Armenia the reason for the reluctanceof I would Ike: my children to be, ... ,,nr f.....r.** EBTFUUKM I

: POT t JatkaonvllluFrank \ iindny, visitors of Mr. and Baptist Church In Tampa our medical people to endorse able to live here as Adults and I >K Fountain. Pen. TPLIC- I For Your Shopping Convenience.

Barker Is a ]>HtUnt t tIn Mrs R O Dnnsbv. I: the only Italian churchin I the program,: but if It Is ,, rot have to move to nnoth : I ORAP1I. ::1:1j
: I. I'n/'ICH in !l\e, NothIng tho 'Lake City VA HnHpltal. Eric Mcintyre of Jickson- the Southern Baptist ConVention fear of adding to art already i i area to find employment DurIng "

S to Wrllo, No NliunpH "InUik. Mr. and, "''rI!. George Hug-- \villa is upending this week I'crowded ,schedule they ran I, t the! time lye lived here ]: j-
JuntLVirne and Mrs Mr. forget It because a full time do not recall a single Urn. ;
Nil OMInalliin, Kina and l family with his Rrnndpi! rents, I Mr. Sllv rlo has been a frequent I I

In Iii: -Ii \\eek of LnulMO JeffordH attended "op and 1011'... J. H DuPve.Mrs. apenker at stiite conven- medical staff In planned, including ,, this community has ever corn'

; ;""-riil TlincH u Hiiy uml Uilv.iur en house" nt the new home of E. L. Crawford had H. I thins, World Kvangellam Conferences n clinIc. I, pletely agreed. 1 on anythlnf :

: I-I::".K. "<'HSII Put* Mr and Mrs. 1'':. R. JefforilH In visitors last. week! Mr. and I civic clubs various FACT. The'Blanding Vocational -, Isn't. It about time we tart. MA

V 1 rk..t. High Springs on Sunday. Mrs C l D Norman of Jacksonville I cnllegt'H: and at the Southern Training Center, a ed 1 pulling together? I

: Last. Week's Winner Col. and Mrs. Lloyd H on Tuesday and Wcanpsday Baptist! Convention In Knnsna' newly chartered!' private corporation -: Sincerely,

l.Jitrclle II,i milt on Lewis of Wilmington. Del. and Tom Crawford or: City. Mo. In 19U3. not for profit has I JIMMY MOORK

arc visiting Cot! and Mrs. T ,Tnrksonvllli( on "Wednesda;y \ Tho public Is. invited, to hear four honnrsM men from I

: Cash Pot NOW T. Long for several days. and Trmrsdnv him Sunday morning at the Bradford. County and three I Rites Held For

David Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. Barney Me Madison Street Church, from Clay serving. In volunteer -,
Mr. and Mrs Pap Mrs. Cary Na: worth and- I capacities" .. In 'addition]'' ,.
NO !
$25.00 Wf-pkuml: and with family Mr. end spent AlrftB. Mark Crawford visited! !' Minnd '. i ii ''Iho Protect. IMrcrtor Is out,. Mr. Ghames MONEYI

Mrs.!! At Harley IIIMcirltt al i Bradford Farming former school superintendent, I
nilily' Prim anfl f-iinlliy; L. OilY In Plant City. I' ,Of Bedford Lake I
l'rl'N'rfotln", 1'11'1'1. at Island on Alonda; Harmon Morgan. and not l

: I'I'J'M' DIM 1;(! l\f\ r. end Mrs. Curtia tree iinrt Tuesday.Urn omfbody from Washington./ .

Your. N.r\t K" Flllril. and family vlHlted Mr andMrs. Dlxon: of Nashville, I ASI Thcrefoio!' It la a locally controlled Robert Francis Oham lI. 62,
: J.) I..: Foxier anti Mr. and l lAir. Now and You Don't Have To Until
3 ATKOCH'S Wood In LiVe Tenn. visited Mr. and MuDonald !'! nnd locally operated of Bedford Lake near Kry Buy \ Pay
: .. J Louis ( family
/ Dairwrll and school contracting with the ; stone heights died!'<< Saturday, '

Oak un Sunday. from Wednesday!' to Sunday1 I 'Federal Government just *as after a short. Illness: Born li

: Fill:III PKI.IVKKT: : Frank nnd Richard Wil- other private companies, such Now York on May 11. 1903

Hi'ins, pent Ih9( weekend wlttMr I a" DuPont and. Hercules contract Mr! Ohames was a retiree NEXT OCTOBER
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U .._r D I and !Mrs. Charles. !' MeQiinlw SEE with the Federal Government Chief Warrant OffU-er in thi
/ In Waycrosa.!' Oa. I don't are how' prlvnto Army. and a veteran of World ,

pp pN Mrs. Lnura Tls"n Is vlsltlm citizens!' who are not War II and the Korean Conflkt -

N Mr And Mrs. Bill Tlsoti I' IT members of thin corporation, He retired: In 1937 attci\ WITH NO INTEREST CHARGED !

N _ Lake City have the right to tell the corporation 23:: years, of service!'

N ) t Dr J. D Simpson; Is in tilt' who It can or cannot j Surviving is his wife. UlllniB. '

p i ? University M."dlral Center foe do business with. Ohamea of Kcystofe.
N. I fly Phil CronkhileI Select The Heater Of Your Choice InstallIt
-- I obiervatlon and treatment I I FACT 5. The school personnel Height: one son Robert F ,
SN Dr. and Mrs A. J Barry and versus student radio, Ol-nmes Jr of the If S All

p p ________ p... ( ) ) family spent the weekend In !I I II The in blackberry will be 1 to 1 S. This certainly Force" in Omaha, N H>r anJ and Use It-Pay Nothing Until

N _ te i Ncwbfrrylsltlnn' Mr. and would l Indicate\ the enrollees' one grandchild lit was 11'
,, Mrs'!. W N. Harry l /growing U. increasing' throughout will b.' better super\lsed. with I member of Ft' William.:s Next October.
the state I
Tueiul.iy out
Mr and Mrs. Milton Hart- !more personal attention than I Catholic Church of Keysto,
; zoll of A.statuln wereDr !' vt4itinu County Agent. George Hug students' In the Bradford Public Helnhts.The -
SU SS and :Mrs.. F. E. floflinace I gina. C. W Savage Mllo I :
,, School system. Rosary' was! rrcltrd II"'
Smith, and, :Mr Kunlco: from! : .
rS nnd Or and Mrs IT O Bol- .. .
S Acrr| 0. Although almost 7pm, Wednesday. in Jonei' 4. "
I Ijiwtcy unit I attended! iiEiiaukberry
S linger over the weekend all students will be dropouts Memorial Chap l hi BI.uIcf'. :
FI : Dr and Mrs J. L fttltli and Institute held In I
from nchool none who do nor Funeral Mass "wns held at !9 ,:
g i of CM wereTlsltlnw !' Floral/ City Over 17O people ,
family Macon volunteer and none who have a. m. Tnursday!: In 8t. Wll- I :
S < throughout. the area' nttendoil ,
S Mr anti Mrs l< FDlnklns I known objectionable t >nd..nclen -:I llimi at Kevstone with '1
S ; ': over the weekend.Mr :i This Industry has great\ 1'0'I will bo allowed to enroll '; Father Thomas F Kelly of- ; 44k\ ,
tentlaH. and I am cure that
.ami Mrs John Oreene : !
I Those who oppose the school Itch ttng I "
It I III going to become the No.
visited Mrs. J. E. Greene liiJ3ekuuonvtllc
I \ have misused the word! volun- Military rites. at the trnve.tide .
Saturday 2 crop" In the Stsrko area In ',
I nn t_r. A volunteer must conform were conducted by a detachment ) Y ,
H very few!' years.
: Mr 'fln" Mrs H. H. Kelly
to the rules!' that se (rom McCoy\ Alt' fl
and children Gatnesvntavno j'I These, !' meetings\ ale held for I.
C'Onlp1n.the thing he Volunteers Force" !' Base. Orlando. Interment \
Bundty, visitors of Mr.. | the benefit of thosa seeking .
o to do There will be nilDM was In the Keystone .
U .. and earlier retirements, ind Mrs. j R. Kelly I Information anti I feel that
\Virn LONr.Kn life-spiins I nt the Job corps' vocational Helnhta Cemetery under direction ..
I Mrs! J M! Vickors of Brunswick every person should make an ,
NS :you may have 15-25 happy years ur more after r effort ,, training, center!' of DeWItt C Juan
Oft \vns ffirst of 'Dv. to take advantage ofthese
The ,earlier begin providing FACT T It Is true that the Funeral Home of Starke!'
payi-licvki stop. you !
: : and Mrs if it Adams "nnd I. opportunities when theyarrive
N !; for them the more. we'll provide in earnings Mr end Mrs S O D<'nmal'k'' I nm sure that the tnrolW will receive $30 per
month while he l Is enrolled In John Odom III
: that stretch jour nr&tegg! much farther. Let's nnd friends<<.. here from Monday :;, people of Lnwtey area, whoAttended '
the Prom this h

: plan a s.tfo; profitable/ savings program now. : to John Thursday.Torode attended the I .. for will nny hAve of those a real messg whwould <- lI1'I>1t program pay for medical and d"",ntill *> Buys 20 Angus 11 W F

p Rarlnx Commission' meeting!' like to get first hand care. Insurance progianis.etwonaI I l1 II'1Ii
WE GREW \ I John Odom III of Stark (
: Items such $ '
as shaving ii !.'II I
In Miami thewwkend Information on the culture and
over recently pjrcha'cd: 20 re!' (.U- I '
Miuipment. haircut.. addel re- I' t :
Dr H If Adams( attended!' rnl.slng of bl.ickbfrrle erect Angus cows from Pr'et' t th. -
OVER $1; MILLIONIn medical seminar at 'the! Un|- We are very much In hope ('red Ion and other Items of. rnjUnd': Farms In Sparta. ( %it
creel! at exchang H.cill
a pout *
,i-erslty Medical Center In nf having some !growrr\ meetIngs rena.1.isIk.
AS3ets During the Past nalnrsville Inat Tliursdny to' In the near future to line \ \ receive, this for the exru : (

a Saturday.. 0I 0 up pl.ins for our spring vegetable I work h* performs In cwtitectlon .. N lrltof, 4i 11.59 III! tbr. b"I..
with the development Heats Five
Months *
a G I crop and I would like rF.l.tOR.\PII.:

: FIRS'r .1CF.oII""F.IU.\X: to II1U'JI'Cllt! a progrim/ that w* of> the scH'Wl. In addition up Rooms

nirnrn can follow and develop a good .
oirn) {
S DIVIDKND: vegetable market hare In thejcpring |
S 4 % II. Million MlnNIrr.
Grudy. V.-
N ANTK'll'ATKI( ; 4 KATE .

S Schedule, for the week: After attending the meeting 'NOTICE IIA' .' .

S Per Annum Sunday Sunday School. TuesdAY we found that a lot I I

N S \\1U: am Morning Worship. cf people south of im ireseeking i TO SITIISCRIDKRS OF Complete
Compounded Scmi-Annuully; '' 40,000 BTU HEATER
S 11 1 a m. Youth Fellowship, 0:30m. :: ) markets!' for peaches BLOWER :

Junior Choir. 5:13: p. m. and blackberries and wo have Independent Telephone Corp. o

S Wllll.K; TillI.ASTJ.'In: tSIFTS; FORSAVKUS ], I'nlnJVorlOhtr.. 7 rm. i i encouraged. them to bring 'Of Florida

S a OF)f *2.r Oil MOHK! Tuesday .Snwnnnec- rrenby- them here!' to the market and I

: I _ .cry 9 a. m. Family Nightrcgreu.t. we feel that we will be able'' If I you have any change you want made This Is Just A Sample Of The S5 4e88

6:30: p nl. to hlp them in their nmrkathnjr '
: I- Thursday Choir PractUe.3i problems. There!' ar. several In your eUphon* Directory Listing! ; Fine Heater Buys At

pm.TIE hundred acres of peachesthat 1'11'Ied!': i..e this Office in Slarke( He fore
First Federal
people are railing and
we are very happy: If 'e can ,
RIGHT '()iST for theay
-Nt of oiwlstnnee. to them I IlIn.llnll In, OF
Savings and Loan : you 'nU... Com In ndrelrct SLADE IiRS
Independent Corp.
; a market for this proMore -,
I ... y.ur fsrorK F.ITI'RBROOK !! duet I
Of Florida STARKE
Association of Starke fountain *n. TrtE-: ,
a and more!' as w" get

-- ( R.\rll. troimd. we find that the I 110 I S. Thompson St. SUrke, FU. | I I

21S N. Temple An' Phone 9i> l-0.;>00 Stsrko. Market i U bm-oming 'Quality .ServiceHt .

more an.i more advertised.!' i


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_rnrnsn.\T.: .UN. 21. 100.1: BRADFORD rcmvTT TM.ronArn.: : ST.. FLORID \ "AU1J! TRftE-
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.r Students Debate I Senior Citizens '''Open House Given !)OW
Hi, I II I I 11'.1. I Feb. 28-Mrs. V J. Spongier.
I Civil Rights Act Install OfficersFrank I At New Home .' Of llillcreat
{811.11'I.> i I iiu" in e" I MiChn Business and Industry J

Woman's Club"The 'I' Of R. P Andrews ,;.,: K,',il.lm' \,: I I. Iii 'itiaiiili Services Held D. Doyle.
Owsley. Starke recreation MilMiiiuv, :; \ .', I II 1, gviouil. Lawtey Lillian Pearson;

Civil Rights Law la director. officiated at I Mr. a.i'1ri R. R. Andrewswere Uobhsr -Sin'"i lu-i" i 10), tlaie ci. Mm Delima Coutu. 6fl of Brooker Shirley Oreen;
the installation of officers at I I p F> it t- .lnlN In the chnrarlei Reno-Lincoln City. and other
GLADYS S10OTY\ Desirable" was debated during; honor"o' -'' n houss' Ililli-rt'xt. near Keystone
Phone 964-0651 the program at the Starke the first meeting of the Bradford I at their new hime on El- fiit>"c'1'g, ; 0 en' 'u cmvlcl. Heights died last Friday\ Inn county areas Elizabeth!

Woman's Club meeting last County Senior Cltlzem j wards Loop on Sandiv: !: after mil<1 ''i t >.ei.u;' i' I h e nut\ Hewn fium after an Oi.eru Walker. PublicityE..
Club for the new! year. Tin f. 'or.'."I ii.,' \ ,itit i.iinialuie ho L. Matthews.
afternoon the ( ;
at She
I Wednesday noon given br Mrs lavon Andrews U'noHi: of) -usveral weeks.
meeting was held In the Pratt j .
:.ii MillI\ Secretary Etta Faye GUI
club house.
Virginia Erwin and Mrs. Ouv Andrews \vn.i born In CImbrhlle.tIII":
Street lecrcatlon center I I., dcI, I ii.Kl.-r. Native hull, treasurer J E. Tomllnson.
and Linda artificial )
FcRffy Shanbarger Bountiful floral arrangements on .r":1.: 2. 1S07 anti! wall a
r Is EngagedMr Ray Rosier took the affirmative -i In his talk Mr. Owsley commended I in.. shades of yellow Camille Gassett :InHi\ e t pi.u'winner wii.i nnAninh member. of !ft' FMward's Catholic

side of the Civil Rights the retiring officersfor were placed at vinUie; i imiiv\ /gioiip, riding In Clinrrh of Starke. Arbor Day
r'E and Mrs B- Bryan ErIn I II their diligent work during ; Wins Grand PrizeAtDollShow .1\ tiny!
'Issue, while Sylvia Dodd and points throughout: 'lh" hone wagon. Surviving urn her husband
: ", of State Farm announe I Kay Sunderland took the negative -I the past year and predicted: for the occasion Refreshment I The 1 Doll Show Is sponsored Roltnil, Albert Coutu of Hillcreil At Southslde
continued growth in membership
the engagement of their side. The students wert were served In the dinIng oai-h year by the City Recrrnlinn ; two (d.tiifflUrrs., Mrs !
Arbor observer ntSouthnlcle
during the coming Day w"<
I yar
daughter Martha Virginia of I Introduced by their BUS English NC'w officers Installed were: room from an attrnctiIv Stnrke's neconil, annual 1 hull I I n"I'I.| I I 1111'> i-t ton Fninh Florence Illongastlaner and) Elementary School

Chattahoochee to Charles Allen I and Speech teacher Mrs. Joe Kerrigan president: Mrs. appointed table covered witha Show drew a total of 4S: OwUIi-v. Mrs Flnienve Langlll both ot last Friday January 13: with
] Hewett.! son of Mr. and; n. Jonas. Darlene Huff nerved beige linen cloth and centered trants last vtrek-rnd with .n'l.i RI<"II'iNttlnn' IVpt. Morrotiii.vMrs. ,. \Valthltm.1.1.: .....; four sons and
I Stein. vice Erne a special tree
: presldnt: program
Mrs. W P" Hewett of Orand as commentator and timekeeper -I Bonawandt, treasurer; H. C with a yellow floral ar- tie MiMe. Camilla. Gannett. H, Kiln. :Mcneiy 1 exhibit 'il Uolaml A. Coutu Jr. of Norlh- planting(; ceremony by Mrs.
Ridge. Fla rangement. her colltM-tlnii of Japan[ ... .
i Drl.voll. secretary: and Isabel winning first place grand b"ro. :II" Albert E.: Coutu Clyde Sinclair's fourth grade
Miss Erwin is a 1960( gradu- Mrs. J. A. Griffin presided I Firth. house chairman. The Assisting in serving and prise ribbon. "ull. of South Arton. Mass. Or- class.. .

uate of Bradford tilth School over the meeting and Mrs. F I Entertainment Committee in caring for the guests wr Camel! winner H a lovely month II Colitis of Fort Walton The program wan attendedby
and St. Luke's School of B Beard the Andrews' daughters. Mrs Mr. Stoten VVnlter
gave the devotional composed of Bernard Slocomb. replica of n Southern Hollo 70 Ili-iirh. anti l Coutuor the entire fourth grade and

Nursing She Is now employed The club Collect was presented Mrs. Slocomb., Irma Lock- Townsend Strickland, of dressed In a blue. velveteen Of Wnlthum Mas.: one brother Included: selected rending and
at the Florida State Hospital members who Starke and Mrs. Stephen Kelly Arthur I.eHlano of Cambridge
by eight ball gatherr-il with -
wood Rose Halsall, Alex Mor- gown up singing of tree planting! song..
..",, ... in Chattahoorhce each gave one sentence and 'ton and Elva Scott.A of Jacksonville artificial honeysuckles.. Services Held :\\1...."., one sister Mrs Rmphanli' was on trees and

.,. I Mr Hwrtt Is a 1958 graduate their definition of the sentence White Elephant Auction Other winners according, to I>ort: rUmcher of Nanhlu. N. the value of forests to Florida.

-J of Chattahoochee High Taking part were Mrs. Guy: was! the main feature of the TB SurveySet category were: Sonmorp HUiten. 70 of I II I : 19 Jtrnnkhlhll..n anal four anti the nation, ns well as the

Forth-Huff School and attended Chi; olit. Sale, Mrs. L O. rowell. Mrs meeting followed by a short Teon-atp Poll Fiiwn f.i,,. r fiith, sited Tui'mluv. nUlit In n /Rwit Kramlohlldrim. history of Arbor Day. Forest

Junior College.! Mirtanna HIs II C. Ritch. Mrs. 1'':. L. Mat movie on the Christmas party. Here nclt.t I 11, first ii tail !sncnnil I, Ciir- inks Tliillrr hospital' after act The UoMitry.. wan, recited. at 7 provide more than ft.OOO( Items

I Engagement ToldMrs. currently employed by the (hews. Mrs. Philip Cronkhlte, Songs and refreshments! completed or RlrhunN. '. 10. thin! extrmiod Ulricas' I Itr-. wits burrs p in ?Monday.,. In Jones. Memor- tmrfiil to man. Florida's for-

State Purchasing CommissionIn Mrs. T. II. Sl.ule, Mrn. C. J the entertainment. March 19-27 Character lX.lln Kelly In OrnritU. on M ly) 18. IR'M' I Inl Clutpel! Funeral. Mass wa eat Industry. aon". U. valued'

Florence Forth of Tallahassee. Iloupt and Mrs. T. C. hazer Oct well cards were signed RIchartlM.. II, first: Cynthia and furnii'il. In the Hlllfnrll ulil nt H.:,10( a m. Tueiulny ittSt. nt T50.0<'1.0110 annually.

Keystone Heights announces Jr.The and sent to Dorothy Kerrigan I I ll.imilton 12. iiemiid; Juno i-onimunlty until! Ills 1't'tll'I Williams\ Catholic Church Florid was one of the first

the engagement of her daugh I corresponding. secretary: Peggy Payne and Rose Hal-! Dr. A. Y. Covlngton/ Hi mi- Carter. 8. thlnl.llrlde I/u'nt -1 In Ki-yslono" Height with states to observe a tree plant-

ter. Sandra Kay. to Alfred DessertBridgeAt reported that a letter of congratulations sail who Is recovering from a ford County Health. Officer, r)ol1 --Cln
Durwood Huff son of Mr Silcox Home was sent to Gov. broken leg. A potted. plant. has announced that an X-lla\ first. ; Sue MI.'Lrt..I.. 6. 1I.1l'- Mm Mritlo, Man Fomyth i"I t tI Ing Interment avis In theKryxtimn observe Arbor Day though

and Mrs. Alfred!' Huff of and Mr*. Haydon Burn was sent to Cecil S. O'Brien Survey. to aid In the dttcctit% ,' onil l: Jane Carter M. thlnl.. I tn I ford: two hiiU-hrolhers. 'I i. Heights Cemetery ..nm celebrate It on days other

Sta rke. Mrs. Vernon Silcox entertained Mrs. Cronkhlte was appointed of Keystone Heights who recently of tuberculosis will be held In I II. Native I 1)01111 Helen lt\t\K.\! Kverrlt! aouthrrl.ind\ of Jack timler illrei-llon or DeWItt' C. than, the third Friday In

Miss Forth t la a graduate of at t a dessert-bridge t corresponding secretary : underwent a serious Bradford County during the 10. first: Carol Hl<'hll..III.. 1(1.( sonville.\ scud Wllllf Hi mt her- Jones Funeral Home. January

Keystone Heights High party Wednoday evening at: upon the resignation of operation on both eyes.! I. period l of March 1927. second. ; and Patny" Carter.': 12. Innd of Lakr huller: one" sit- As part of the program

School and Mr. Huff Is a her home on Clark street honoring -; Mrs. Charles!' liarby. Mrs. T. Visitors Included William The announcement was third.. ,I h'r.Irs.! Rena OHtcrti." I,iilt, Heart FundChairmen students took part In plantingtwo
graduate of Bradford High made after a meeting with Si-hi-ml-ugo' lh.lls Cvnthln lliillrr: five /::1""lIk"lIdr'n.nllil ,
H. Blade -
Mrs. J. M Vlckeri of gave a report on remodeling Marshall and Mr Hilton of I / pine tree each at their
School. Brunswick. Oa who Is visiting I and decorating the Ohio. Mrs. Downs of Miami !I State Hoard of Health ofnolalH. Hamilton, I 2. first : I>.mii.i' : four arent HiHiidchlltlnnflinrrnl Told own homes Seedling were

The dlot the weddinghas here this week. clubhouse kitchen. It was voted and Mrs. Warden. and representatives. of the Tuberculoala Wright. 7. second); anal, Christie \ services, wrrr held were available at no cost to

not been act. Bridge was cntoyed at the to have the work carried The next meeting! will be and Itenplratory Disease KiMldlng 4, thlnl. lit 3 |p. m 'Iliurmlnv In tiFlmt <' Mrs Ucutilce Farbor. chair $atathitIe ami more than" 3IM

four tables during the evening through. The club voted to held at 7:30: ( p. m. on Tuesday Association. of Northeast fishy, Hull C t-A\) Nancy Dmv- riulxtlnn) Chiirrli i III l asian. of the I lidS Heart Fund 01 hoI r school In the state

and high and low pil/vs were give 15: to the March of Dim Jan. 28, In the Recreation Florlilu. at the! Itnidford" ling 11, first. place' : Cynthia lake Diit Ii'r wills ItfV C. 1". oiimpuliiii! In llradford County

Rochelle GoodmanHas awarded. es. I Center. CountHealth' Ce tor. In 1 Ia tuitIon. 12, second.I; iin.lJanlne fIt", orrioUUni Inlrini'MitIn umimiiuTN the following co-

Birthday Mrs." M. W Rmmel: president -I Slnrkc. Uny 10. thlnl.MlncellanooiiH .. In nrnwn, (CVmrterv). umlor, rliaiinwra. for the drive: TilE RIOHT POINT for. the

of FFWC. Is giving a Stork Shower One, completely :w f-nufflc- J-K.lls (Olirls U..rrtlnll. of Join's l"ciiiercailltciii' I HI>rrlul Kvi'iiURootit; A. way you write t'ome In and

Mrs. Ronald Goodman of Garden Club luncheon for past president. lent mobile X-Rxy ui It from tie Redding l 4. first: MM Inn litu/ixyl I Green Jr !, elect. your favorite KHTF.K-:
: For Mrs. AndrewsAt l Uur-ill-door) canvass" to be
the State Uoiml of Health wllf. ;
W. Weldon Street entertainedat ore Jan. 20( at the JacksonvilleWoman's j BKIMIK Fountain Pen.
To Meet
a birthday party on Tues MondayThe Club On Jan. 21 Phillips HomeMrs. be! inaila, available for the nurvey -'. fin*.1I

day afternoon. Jan 12. for Starke Garden Club there will be a Freedom A. which will cov r seven -" .. --

her daughter Rochelle. on will meet Monday nlulit at ward Workshop at the Jacksonville Gene Shaw. Mrs. Billy .("* al working days. The van I

her eighth anniversary. 7-JO: at the home of Mrs T Rearh Woman's. Club Dampler Mrs. T. A. Yawn will move through mt the

The 19 guests enjoyed B. Harding on W. Lafayette starting at 9:30: a m. Members Jr. and Vri. Owen J. l'hlllll'lIl county CHEVROLET

(Tames and refreshments during were Invited to attend a Jr. entertained at a delightful Suggested locations( were

/ the party houri 4:30: to Street The program subtect will /b*' luncheon, at the JacksonvilleWoman's stork shower at the homeof dlnruiwed at the mee'lng and ,

8 o'clock. "Plover Shows for Sharing." Club on Jan. 2T at the latter on Thursday I needed. clearance* are now bo- ,.

Mrs. Ooodman wai awlsted! The executive board will 12.13: honoring Mr. W. IIKanebrook. evening of last week honoringMrs. Ing sought from bimlaeii,, men<<

by Mrs. Laura Hamilton. meet tonight fThursday! at president of GF- Richard Andrew, and local official. Ar ,noon an -

of WC.Judge. An attractive pink and blue the schedule I. romp, to.. lr
I 1:30: o'clock at the home! .
Cottngtun reported the. lu .itlous
color motif was carried out In
Mrs.! L. V. Hardln. president
Slumber PartyAt I J Gooding the floral arrangements and will be Hindu p ,iblli'

Graham Home party decorations The gift While t the purpose of the .t.1

I Recent Births Addresses hiS table wan covered with a pink survey Is the detect. (!h n of Til.f I. ,; t : .11.
i i PTA cloth and the refreshment >r Covlngton axpU n."t Meeting
Lillian Richards. Beverly table wan also covered. with a I pant surveys IhroujOoiil' the

Mr Rae. and Ollda Oraham Bradford County Honplttl pink cloth and centered. withan county have often In
Judge Marlon flooding Juvenile -
last announce: the following births I many other \
gave a slumber party arrangement of pink and .re.I"y
I Ouval
Court Judge
Frldy night at the home of Mr and Mrs. Hugh Murphy I spoke! on Teenage blu. flower. The cake "'1ullr. heart condition.:. tumor sinai..
the latter on E Call Street Lake Butler. a son, Hugh Ale- Problems at the. high school ea nn a silver tray were decorated cither diseases of the client

following the basketball game xander.! Jan 16 { PTA meeting Tuesday even- I with pink and blue are also plrhe. .1 up during a

The party was In celebration Mr. and Mrs Robert Curj j I I ing. .. > booties survey" and the entire population -
of the ISUi of f nhotild take advantage of
S birthdays t The twenty-five gveata en-
I rlrr. Gainesville, a son Hubert | Judja Ooodlng\ b-oURht out thtwe, '*
Ollda and Beverly, which fell joyml gamea during the ..v.I .- Mrvice. Dr. Covington -
i the lax of parents cars.
Donald Curlier Jr. Jan 18. I use aal l. .
on Sunday. Fifteen girls enjoyed 'I allowances and early datingas I fling and Mrs Charles' Onrby <
and Mrs James John&R.aiZond. ,
Mr Henry UrlnwoM l of the Stale
this double affair to teenage problemsMrs and Mrs. Randy Johns won
: a ton. Jan 19. 1I'1 a key prl.... Hoard of Health.. tout'" thosepresent .
1i I J I IJ Warren president at .
the meeting of Iheuoceiu
i The hontetsei pr.s.ntel l thehon..r.
presided over the meet.Ing -
of the last
X-Ray niirvew -
t and O L. Jarvl cave the with a baby ear seat
held In Ilradfonl' CountyIn
1 functional Connie Clark high aa a memento of the orcaalon)
school reported on Little MlM Cheryl Phillip IMI, and l esprestuawl. ) hope
To Be Given Away principal I thil t Ihl* y"/nr It will he even
the PTA project of installinga assisted|. the hostesses In serving. 'I.. ller In lIstS there were.

seven ton air conditioningunit :or !tOO ,people. X''''yeel and. of

Saturday Feb. 6th In the school library that number. 12 hat< *un[>-
Mrs Warren stated thAt 3ie Hospital Auxiliary .
i-lnn of Til and there wersia
tier student. would pay for the II Plans, Tea ForMembership I' > with other pathology

I unitThe February meeting will Miss Mary Lnulnn Rote
I all. Manaclng Director of the Tit
be a Joint meeting with I sod. Kl> Association. of North-
the PTA's in the high school The general meeting of the .
Jim Lawson
emt Fl' ri audltoilum on Fri 2 at 1:30: hospital Auxiliary met Monday ,
l n wit h the Health Department
p m for the Family Life evening In the HI Mark' during the survey" I Am Morr Than Anxious To Setvt'otir Auto N( (.dl.
ConferenceIffreshmrnta trplnrnpal': Pariah llnttM with i!

were servedh Mrs C. A. Knlgh(. president. The make Tit arrangement organisation. for will the Whrlhrr It' Br A Nrw C 'lu'v rolrt Car or Truck Or An

the Tenth. trade mothers Mr Owirge A nd.'nisnn.treasurer. j
under Mrs J K ll rdy. chair- reported that Ih.Int.r..nrn .. /) volunteer aaalntance needed l OK LW-d ( 'ar. ( '0 II It" By An\< l Srr Un I lrr At Chev-
upply negative pnnlnl cant: .

man ".2.\1) (If) and had TV been,project pal'l of Ini I lo be mailed t,. thine' I getting<< rolrt 'In Slarkc. \Vr Arr l Kr.-idy' To Trade Your Way -

i 'iui X-Ray; pay for printing
Local Talent niit. I i cont and posters In publlclxnIhe Look At Tllcs I (; Uurd( COIr Sp t-riils.I
T announcedthat l '
In ShowThe The prenMenl | .',rv"y and 'be of any olh-
a membership. te* will h
I: : Boulhulde! Junior Woman given Thll,." "". Jan la ntthe 1 er a Mlatanc. which I Is toquired. 'It '63 Chevrolet f-Dixir[ "'A&' 03 Old.' F-85 2-Door

house from loS
Club of Jacksonville held)Ia Parian Iliac ji> iir-li; m and member nr r-
District. Talent Show oni I M11e1n4'tI' MTRPETiiU1i.4T -New S"II l Cutrm.
> a cited to bring a
Jan_on. _1/1_ There_ .. !' were two dlrUOru ] prr-.tlv.1 OIK at itflimdny
the first Including: mennbor $1595 .1595.00
.. and the Following the business m..I-1, January 24th will,
grades I through:
Ing Mr. R K.: rvtinnnrlwm.. ba olnwrvefl, a. Utymen' l hay
ternnd. grades 9 through 12.
program chairman. Introduced with the men nt the Church
CAN WIN The Stark! Juniors had
sponsoring\ their club In the. Mrs Arlln McKnLght who, occupying varloun ImpfirUni. 55 Ford Sedan&
IheYOU .pr.... of the purpose and function : .': church activities. The ,
lit division.. Judy Whl .head. mnrnlng!!
j of Mr of the newly organisedttrsdfrd message will 'ho d"llver" U-Tear-old daughter:
) "% ndo"
Whltehead Public Mllh Ad- !' a prominent Mlulnnnry' r*. W
and Mrs C R
llh. grade student vinory CounciL Mr. M fHtrn. rently returned fiom, the Mmnlon S.P-E-C-I-A-L i; I
She la sn
.loan r\n\ +rt chairmanof
and played a piano solo. Mo- FleM
E. I I tint. Council gave some In. 1 Th actlvllUa bot-
giant..plush iart "Turkish Rondo"tn days will $129-50
f\\ tereitlng ctatlntlcs nn thInnn
the 2nd division Mist gin' with l'in>Uy Nile. .1! at
ma J Knight then Intfwlucerl" film
and Mrs ft.How Scott pre- a <'morning worihlp at I II J 'II' a

Hush Poppies" rnted a twirling\ rouUrw: and "which Patl nt showed Care In some the. MOIT nf >the." 1 m.. Training Union at 6. 1.1I : 'G2 CMC; '/2 TON PICKUP a S ::: $995.00

Weldon Johnson Jr son of I I pm and Kvenlng Wurnhlp .t t
nunlng 4.rvkrendered.. I| 7-3 '62 FORD liON PICKUP $1295.00)
Mr and Mrs W W Johnaon.played I : pmFamily -
SOFT CUDDLY TTOU1L LOVE IT' The aortal. chairman Mra j'
harmonica numbers night and Midweek.
two ]
gas_ te Win Just R''ltltN.' Purchase Ntcttur). Carl' Mathewn Invited th"l|I Worship Mr-vkeu will be heM' 61 FORD '/2 TON PICKUP! $895.00
member* and '... to enj '
gu ya
belew and at ,tar.. Besides the local! entries at the nual "b>Mir* of A.3O: In '
Ml in deposit our
ceupon delightful norUI. hour. 61 CORVAIR MONZA 2- Door $895.00 .
contestants from 7 45 pm. We lne*lay
----------------------------- there were !I
I four Jacksonville clube. one A cordial< welcome In extended '62 FORD 2-DOOR $1195.00 t
HuCll PlJpplCS Little Women Plan
GIANT fREt ENTRT BLANK beach club and one Lake City to all who will com

Name club Dimes Benefit H.R.v. Yeller L. Rowan. Pastor '62 RAMBLER SEDAN $1295.00

None of the local entries .
1'i'>f1TU'r. 60 CHEVROLET IMPALA $1295.00
StrttL. won but the Starke Juniors The Little Women's Club laparuorlne

City' State_ _ _ felt that they in the were competition well represented '.I Friday: evening; a teenage at the'l club j,I Of or First rM Federal'MI. .U.F.TI"inI Baring- > At '62 CORVAIR 4-DOOR $1095.00

hoe from I to 11-30 o'clock Lout Ao jaUen of Stark 63 FORD GALAX1E 500-XL a $1695.00
T.I.pI.'I -
Beta Sigma Phi i I I for the March Of Dime Admission Said' meeting to br held
------------- II Thundsy. Feto t. Iftti at 2 00
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-- I I Soe.BRTIIKL. <. \ 'r I: w \ v
will P M at the office of tbyt Ataorlatlon. -
B Phi sorority
ta Sigma i
I :21f .... Ave
meet at the! home of Mrs : N5'TITI1Ii'IUlI Tempi
for the purponr of ratify Ing t:.--
Logan Baldwin on E Can 8t. I
I I Hunrtay. School n .. bunlneu of the annual meet CHEVROLETI
Monday night.: Jan 23 Mrs
.| Wornl./.. K.rrtr., I 11 a. m I I lag held' Jan 20. *IMS at Ih'
Harold Ooitwln and Mrs Training Union. 4'JO p. m 'I II 1 *.in time and plan

Inf. Baldwin. sponsor for the | Evening Kervlce. 7'3d p mMloSrtvk -RubY Johns Secretary I ."4. 101! MWTII.-.8T \ICKr( : "PIIONK96I-.1900: :

chapter. wiU be hosteaars Ktrftf. Wxtn l a.1.!\- I 21* 2t 1 lr.:
Stark. Fashion leader "Closed
JT p ra. -Rrv W L.. Hewmau. Sunday"

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Methodist Minister and! hell 1 that the city impose.addltion- knocked out in a Gulf Coast I bushes sprout.' the Army In July 1984 and Cash raid for Good. CleanRag AU

I "Dr. Edwin Hartz To SpeakAt 1 .--rvod paHtorute! In North al taxes on users of fuel oils Oiocery when an employe '' To control thl fungus disease -' completed basic combat train- Cotton.,*, No Bring Khakis to or Twlrgraph.WooL I

Carolina, Kansas, and MIs- The letter apparently; was a mixed bleach and toilet bowl that shows up as black SERVICE MENAND ''ngr at Fort Gordon, Ga.

Family Life Meetings Hoiui. He was a chaplain. In protest of the fact that tha: I cleanser. : lesions! on rose leaf margins,
the Naval Reserve during city has a 10 per cent utility Ammonia poured into try one ounce of Captan along WOMENAirman BEAUTIFUL

Dr Edwin R. Hartz will WorM Wur II and the Korean tax on users of liquified gas : bleach may explode. Dr. Mc- with a few drops of a wetting! I GET A

.serve as featured speaker for War and chaplain at Florida Only present tax on other fuel Coy Raid, but bca-h! : Into ammonia agent in four gallons of water I II
r must \ won't. The Apply the snray! at seven-
Sfarko'H Family Life Confc State University In Tallahas oils is thai distributors probably IM4 I I PORTRAIT
Jan 31-Feb. 3. purchase an occupational 11- reasons! are! became' of compllrnted day Intervals when black spot
see.He Book ceruo. I chemical reactions. is! present. '' of child
Dr. Hartz is pro.'essor: of served ns Religious your
Hurst I Never mix bleach with If want gladioli for
Mnrrlnge and Family Living R-vlew Editor for the\ Kansas Chairman Carl appointed ; a you

School of Social Welfare. City Star, and coauthored a Councilman Seeber I any other cleaning: / 'compounl Ranter or Mother's Day, plant

Florida SLate University TalStarlte's ,college correspondence l course Goodman. Ewe 11 Lawson and:! or mix a bleach w Ith toilet them by the< lust of January

'7abnsseP. on "I'j'pparatlon for Jlarrlajre" Oile Wiggins to study Wood- bnwl cleaners, ammonia, )lye, I Plant groups of corms -every f onlyc
nit v'ncgar or o/en two weeks from now until
suggestion. remover
Family Life! Con"fCYonco 1- and "Tho Chapl.iln ns Counao- !
City Clerk Merrill Edwardstold cleaners he said adding: : warm weather and you'llspread
is i-onductod by the fah Ice
council the city re- "Chlorine will! result i tr! I your flowering seasonof
Division of General I Kxtensl; / I.\, Dr. HarU edited the FamilyLift the oo
4 Mcth- cel.ed $260 from the sale blench I* added:! ti> an acid oi1\ the tull-mmed: blossoms { _
the Florida Institute for Continuing f-- Issuo of Concern, a ..
old material. This n mire to treat the corms before
of two Acld-p oduclnl
University Studies, oil 1st youth mngiulnc,, and has for junk metal, !!
confiscated years ajo. cin kill you qi>lcklAnd a planting to prevent dls-
i and! sponsored by the Bradford served as Initructor! or cars
IIOCIOI'I Edwards also showed the very irritating! gas Is formed:! raafs. Treat corms by shaving
A.- Duke University c
Ministerial at
: County oj/{y
1I0rn! tlon. barn N. C.PioRiams, council a $14.SO check from when; bleach Is mixed with them in a paper bag containing -

rrft Conference I I the Insurance company of the alkaline material!:: such as Spervon.Dooryurd .
Representatives from ciirand : / for the .
aortal! clubs and other orKanlzatlons 4 1 lint Dr. Hartz's fret ad- man whose car collided with I ammonia. citrus grower .
1 t Jan. the city police car several Its said "I.nbpls on all such should inspect trees! for red:! 1
serve as members fir",. dress on Sunday evening/ I I
.of the local! committee. Rev. y I 31, at the First MethodlHt wcL-ks ago. Balance of the repair ran or bottles of bleaches spiders, purple nnd six-spotted 1 .,
bill $20, has already have clear dlrfrtlons but often mites and other Insect during I
Walton Grady is general Church.
chairman of the annual conference harts I, On Monday: Tiipuclay, and been received. people don't bother to cool dry weather. For control Tommy I* Brown
\ Dr. Edwin II. : : ; Weilnpsdiiy B'ch. 1, 2 and 3, Council also approved pay read them. The trouble Is the standby remedy Is DN- I son of Mr. and Mrs. George s e

committees are in charge of 'morning, noon and evening; ment of $175 bill for plumb- that hnuspwlvps! have becomeso any plant should approximatespray I U Roberta of 1098 S. Colley portraits ti
Mrs J. A. Grifan !la'
arrangements providing for I Inr I meetings"' and npeiiklngs will Ing installed In the new rec.reallon accustomed to the material on teaspoon to a gallon Road Starke has completedAir by
of the Hospitality co.- to as ] building. ? they tend to becomerOI'el..lIl1. of watre. The clerk at the gar Force basic military trainIng four sons
'mlttee Mrs. Charles! Hardy, Hirtz to upeak many I be heM with chiba at schools I
; Winter, !is wors- :
residents of Starke 1ros.' nnd rhtirches. a den center may have a better at Lackland AFB, Texas.
Nursery: O. L.. Jarvls. Publicity I time than summer for such sustention. I He hall been greeted for terh- tr
; Dr. Florence Jennings! sible. I'erlorN for individual counseling Willis//// Guilty 1 l>JL
accidents because house!
I aI"I I Sulfur four tablespoons nlcal training as a supply speclillst -
Mrs.! \V. B. "If you live you are a member have bein set up also spray
Program; !
Iun"Y'1 closed. It should be noted of waver! : at toe Air Training
Mrs. II.V. of a family and the Rev. Grady said. On 2 Counts per gallon
that uMnv blench with soap:;>>
Command School
for! will kill rust m.tos! And Riveyon !
WA.. '' Family Life Conference la .
Grady, Library: and
or detergent In the family I clean, bright fruit. However Texas HIM new unit in part -
Rev. sakiDr. .
iHofran. Finance. I you, Grady I Water Clinic [ [Continued From Page One] wash >is! all right: if you believe that russet of the vast ATC system which
himself a
Unrtz In
Members of the conference
Thousands of across! ,
Held At LawteyOwners ArnetteThompkins' people fruits are sweeter than clean trains airmen ant offlrors' In
meet him "out past
said the country die each year fruit, then delay the spray the divers skills required:: by

1985 of home water sup- Store lIe afraidof from accidental poisoning. applications]! until you arc .ur- the nation's aerospace force. rOIIimS I DEIIHKD At stORE
he asked her if she was
Beginning Feb. 3 ply systems were given helpful him and that she answered Board rorovdsshow!! that 128 the fruits! have the correct Airman Brown Is a 1964 a .

suggestions at a water person died In Floiida in amount of Injury. graduate of Bradford County CHILDREN Of ALL AGES
systems clinic held in Livatsy "yes. 1883 from accidental polson- Italian Rye or other winter High. School.
Barber In his charge to the Jury Injr. There wern 543 cases/ of
The Following Shops last Thursday night.;
that temporary grasses planted six I
Judge! Yawn emphasized I
poisoning! reported that year
The meeting was called by judgment weeks or two months alto \vlll Pvt. William A. FlnI'! )'. son
to "base your
they were
the County Home Demonstration caused by cleaning and polishing of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Finley
to entirely on the law"In j agents; 4.983 casesfrom nerd a little mo"e fertilV.crnow Quality/ AiturtJ Satitjactio GnaranJtiJ
Will Be Closed office in response other cases! hoard this to keep growing. Arply I nf Raiford recently qualified

complaints from various rural week by Judge Yawn, Marlon all causes. Figures for 13 to 20 pounds of 0-0-6 fertilizer I as nn expert In firing the THURSDAY FRIDAYSATURDAYJan.
19(54( are not complete but for
areas! of the county concernIng highpoweredH rifle at
discoloration of clothes Cooncr was acquitted, on n I I the first. six months, ther' per 1,000 square feet Fort hood Texa The export
All Day Wednesdays\ aiding! and abetting of lawn.THE I 21 1 :2"* 23
charge oj .
and fixtures! from minerals lit of I were 329 rases rcnorted! causedby I rating IH the highest mark a ,
the water. la violation of the charter; cleaning and polishing. soldier can achieve In his rifle "FROM I 10:00 I I): ) ) A.M. TO 1:00 I () P.M.I

One of the speakers A. M. the Florida Railroad and Pub, scents nnd 3.248 cases! !! from test. TO } I'.tLKOCH'S
BRADFORD KAKIIER SHOP lie Utilities Commission. I all RIGHT POINT for the I qu.alUlcatlon AND f 2:00 I P.M.I 6M:
of the Extension Serve causes
Pettls/ Slogan Smith, Jr. was found 1 way ;you write. Come In and The 18-year-oM soldier assigned -
CITY HAItl'.ER SHOP ice, identified Iron particlesas I I
I \ guilty of Issuing worthless si-elect your favorite ESTFK- to Battery C, 1st Battalion DRUG STORE

DIXON'S HARDER SHOP I the source of t6 the dlsclor- I check and fined $25. BROOK fountain' pen TELE- of the 1st Armored DI-
atlon. A solution the problem
was shown in a movie On Tuesday James Highland [1 II Let's Go TELEGRAm. vision's 783rd Artillery entered
MORGAN'S: IJAKIJEU SHOP was found guilty of trespassing -
de. --- -- --- -- -- -- -- --
"Water Quality Control, warning and I II -
SMITTY'S:\ DARKER SHOP plating a system consisting! of I
John Jones was
fined $23. and
chlorinator, filter and water i '
I a I found not guilty of larcenyof I Gardening

.- Jack!softener.' Trawick of/thf, County a dog.Scheduled. for today f Thurs I By Ilerrry Sharp.. OFFICE EQUIPMENT SALE

I Health samples Da and:>rartmgnt said brought tlreywould took'to ,Ithomeeting :water !- I Ray dayl! Cook are cases for against driving Wlllarl whlla:! I Florid Agricultural Hrrvlo Extension|i iI (fe! ]

Fl.ORIDATHEATRE I be /sent to the State Board of intoxicated: William Weldon
McIver, public drunkeness; I Some folks say that pedalpushers -
Health for analysis report. Clifford YarbrouKh, two I are garments that I Cole's NEW ELECTRONIC MARVEL

I charges, driving on wrong' bring out natural! .beauty Bo, ----R I ADDING MACHINE

I FarmerIncomeTax side of road and driving while take: thIs tip and begin, push- ?_

Guide drivers license suspended! or In): for azalea petals If you

'. revoked. want to I"10rn... your garden' .. .
Income tax reporting' ; time Tlllman Eggln Fortner driving with natural beauty1. I .Aar .N We/gM/ '+

'" Ol'ENm: TIMEMONDAY 1 I.* almost.. here for farmer }jmil while intoxicated; Lewis Plan now 'to'dls >ll1Y the 4:

nrhtH's. Anderson, failure to yield and petals that survived\' the freeze .
An excellent wny for.:;rom- Frank Poison Beaumont, by preventing azalea, 10wer'ot. ,
6:4S l\ M. side of road. ,, Thin beauty-killing fungus
ers and ranchers ,to .pjeparo driving on wrong (
.. A TURD'" Y 1:00 SUNDAY %:08 for this task Is to obtain a On Friday: chaws against; can reduce a. rrutgnlflrant Mvt

ropy of Publication JMo. 223:, Tyre Dixon Townspnu Tor display of (into a I ,

... Thura., Fri.Jan.. 21, 22 the Internal Revenue Sarvco'sUK | driving while intoxicated will nllmy mush almost overnight;

?. ;,! edition of tho Fiirnicr'sTnx be heard. Tlie diet signor[ t'1e' Unease
( y1
.: OtiUle, says Roger 11111, 1 \-\ small wuter- oulcJ spotson Naf400

RICHARD assistant economist Florida Tag Sale Set the flower petals, ,nays Dr 5149,00srr 10 KEY MANUAL

k Agricultural Extension. Service. H. S. 1\1 ulll n, p.ithuluflnt: with For addition subtraction. and rur ceg.! Total capacity

W1Iff1TAN BOONF NCIOS It ll available without cost February 1 the. Agricultural ExtensionS coo 9,999,997.99 both potittve and n.gati... K.y. 1

from the ofncoi of local county >*rvlcp. Then a day later, ALL TRANSISTOR MODEL for Rvptal and Norv-odJ, MJnui( Subtotal, Total

agents or those of tho Internal Page. Onel) the" bliMHoma collupsu Into amass 0......,..both by battwy md..\\ftrl:aA( .C.) K.ybear From
Revenue Service (Continued : of: dime..
iroctbemenaaativ.totalsand.ubteoleprietrq! :
Farmers and ranchers wanting designed as tool and not a You f'U1'prevent the /ungiis I Dhr*. tn' Islet .. 1 11" __ No.
a your ear name' er In rid Bow S"a ? -_ 434 $149 SO
/ extra time to fllo\ their hauling unit. used on the from ravaging your.blossom* hler your Idea while fieilt n mint Used far diet 0 II 0". r Inter plc;rut

final report have until January roJus and highways incidental thla spring with a fpr'W' pro view, and conferences. Operate

13 to fill their 11MM tax to the purpose for which designed gram of; thiram .or lneb. Begin .Per. .. ta" tmmcitpflon.d daaoe.IM.! Your fypet ncretofyIbteni .t Her a easily I as the p h"" .. Error orate .. r ...

eHtliniUo. If this entlmate I l.i MH. house I tho spray implications\ I yeu. ....... .,
1 EDMDIID $3520. .w* ep.... Crytfal clear playback. automatical/ Dictate at
fWtllllro.nflU11L1t filed, the final date for fling 1630. when the early varieties ,beginto .
/t use .
trailers private In Ellralnalot. -
1 Is extended to the I ....rJ phase nmanallaii., Bath your tat.
s oBILiW: Form lOtl show color Repeat any JOur
1 i ef43 !..-..*-- C14INScerl Coioi i. tt Hit ?.?- April 15. However if no estimate two and wheels.V. tralelrs\ $5.,47.private Una. spray three times a week during and the vein. talking to yen. araphla diclatlon.! l 'y1 '

i is: Hied. February 13 A, motorcycles over five color season.
then' becomes the deadline for brake horse power. 1088. It you are thinking :about I"SAFETY9ta

SATURDAY .-- JANUARY 23 making: tho final tax report. Type R. motorcycles not over' buying some 'r ,tnel\lt\sl'\ ( now Is. I

I These! deadlines Hill points five brake.horsepower are the : the time to spleet the :varetloH( .

DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM out, npply only tu taxpayers same price. I you wantwhile they are' In '

who' derived, two-Uilrdu( or Tags for antique passenger' bloom. .Ti flee the "flowers' at STIIL STORAGE CAB1NIT hre"

more of their 19IU gross InCome cars or vehicles pulled by their Sunday best', visit 81 a 1 This "full .!>. cabinet 1 a fina ad fltonto T'' '

STEP THROUGH THE "TIME PORTAL".and-you I ;! from farming or ranch- goats will cost $318.' ; camellia show,.. aivd ,puke a, ony office.Dust proof' heavy gauge
Inif. priers art! list of the varieties tryst strike
are in the FUTURE before it happens! All the above i steel protected by strong doors
Another Important consideration \ Bubjrct to an additional 50 your fancy Then It be e
I :. .- I U the reporting of hired'' cents to reimburse the county \bo easier to make up your I quipped with a two-way lock In j d..- 33 DRUVI> CABINIT

'." labor and nodal security tax I for distributing the tags mind on what t() 'tiny when s vke _Ironed by a paracentric lock. 360 Co-.spo.t""n."r t opacity. Will pay for ftwlf! In

on wages pnld. Rithi-r of two I :you visit the i nursery. i Eatlty anemblei 72" high. 34" wide. algaard" SorcJif rI. Foals! catalog!. printed

tests. tltttcrminehrther 01 Now IH. the time" tar. plant- i 1654" deep four oduttob[ :. tnelvet.Mkt moss SIC lnnd. drawer titer IS'' wide/ 2'.**
I Man Jailed high, 12" deep Cabinet Win; ::30'j" wide, 3.7!;"
not a farmer must PAY Ing or tr\n: plaAtlnlC. Here, Green Olhra Green. De.rt Sand.
i security tax on vingcn.. If the are a. few pointer to remember. y fcijh.' 13i" d..,.. Heavy ttttl Mil Green OllCfeen ,.
For orColo Groy.t'a772$19.00 Deter* Sand aGray..N..33)214,3)
Worker: was paid' 1 rush wujfei' BigamyContinued There 1 I..* a deftalU rele-"
AddtHeiwI eh"--_ ..77 SH M.7 ea. Abe.. CoWeacS drover eq.lp.. '-.
of $inO:> or more during < llnnnhip between tUnlplantln1l' Hw

SEE:women use the Low Machine calendar year or If he wni ( Prom" Page Onel and pruning root and I 'rt ...... .Nw....7'..';10. ash..2!;. diid.'e, -.... I Ip
-, a N 33I2O "',00
to allay the mass shortaze! 5 pnid' I.'a"hYlIg.( .... compntct( tops -. each ahutfld\ t>e done I .N..78 $'*.SO a

I' i on a time basis', ) for 20( dnys or aid of the FBI in trucking carefully. Tho root ..y.1m of .NMeH. H'UJ-

AMERICAN morn during the year" the i i8S 3 down Smart and he was fin any plant shuold approximate)
*n INTERNATIONALncTURC!: I : percent social. security. tax ally located In Wichita, where the top In volume; therefore, "ICONOMY"Chair

.. .should have been deducted should be Correct Improper" ,
>., C19S4! Amtrlciu lulnnaUand.PHturn' he was employed by a truck- the top of plants -
from such wages. Ing firm. An extradition hear- reduced In most .al1'I. I poittire. All sylatbearlngt. &

: Plus Form 043 Is used. for report'. ing was set for ..1a'7, but I Conifers ore the exception I : / Finaertie)
Ingv gp.*. Farmer-.>nipl"iy vi I Smart waived extradition and) they need not be :'pruned. k I advmlniefll.Steel| '.andback

must> show wage pnld and Sheriff P. D. Reddish flew to The bare-rooted plants arc : eupporb Salt
"HOT ROD'RUMBLE"The give the Account number olIndiviitiiiil Wichita and returned with hardest to make live when I' 1 !i" 104'." ...

workers. Tax -with' him on Jan 9. I shifted to. now location J1 ; ;.; _.; No. 2tC9. $49.94

Ilonco I5t-nt and the Rig Heat! hold plus nn equal amount Salted and burlappc-d plants 1 1I j ko ,
from Ihs. employer along with little In y UI'NOUny cotouCr.
usually nuffer.very
Chlorine GasIs !
: I I s-r c...... ...... r..
: With Calypso.Joe. ? the roportlni? form, must 110 I I the transplanting process ant: I II ...k .I_&_ .Ieee ..dG,.,, .

filed on or before January 31.. DangerousMix it is, almost #impossible to y .

-\- Because every phase. of the In Homes I have anything but a green I

Sun. Mon. -- Tues. Wed. farm and ranch business' can thumb If you trarupUnt ashruh'from I II

ha affected l by taxes: 11111 em- Deadly chlorine gas isn'tlimited II pot or a can. u
of I
: January :21!I, 23;;, 2G( 27 jihiv,.d7.P" the need l for 11 com- to battlefields' or In- I Regardless:<< of the type be no"tyPIST"
1 of the 03 Tax dustry. You can generate It root system' you plant. sure E7atnat.a fatigue. fl.! ..

Gul plrte( In the home with vinegar and to settle these undergroundp.xrts flICONFt1INCE"D.alt Vlrll ..".../. AllFates.alM.whon..dlnor.loPtpaCw

t ( I I I I I l l blench. And If you want an with a sacking-good Oeneft.. C)icon A ro. COIOI Itus ylon bearlngt. Steel&

s explosion to go with it. you i supply 'of' water. '' ..v..Iiarlwill comfxtobfy wo* S to)0 pea- *"w'l 0.. w C:.M< 1...4.. s.,._ ba""d back iwpport. OP -

24 METRO-GDLD1TTNUATERIedCi.ERAIU! peasant Firearms can mix nnimonU and bleach r The planting rcheriule also' .r.. Hwry e" 0. cov..J top. *.... er" 0. r. .eco bae: In colon .oharmamca >
.. But it's dangerous to do Includes roses When plan.'clIn : with "Novoa.hyde" .
$ : serious injury January, rose bushes wl'l C.ntwdraww w iMotk ond kay. 72"w, :34"d.. 1UeN.A' O/ TOP ...
"lJ'OltllT either. Death or ,
3REAISTARI .... l'Y It : J Law In Mill may result. I I not "sprout generally unT )--!.r_2 ts.r. ,' bw *..._$116.9s wi" C.l r.y T. Bonded foam'Pr.F. nleb.r. .

TOP DIRECTORS I t'. Dr. Oeorft A. McCoy director ,: after frost dl\nll.-s are past. N 4,$_1k+tae/badn.. ... 186.99 :'; b"M4-cr; : ; : 161i"a'an.' :

: d :(;'!' &> J1.r.1.IJ: WEST I Continued From Page Onel I I of the State Board of I Planted earlier, row sprouts' ,I Na.4944 a50ednr.. 192.4S .-w.U'OO..1. Noa.2'IC1S' .91Imradiord

: Health's Accident Prevention may get nipped during period
r :: JW 1j; "'i.TKQ :\ to have of low temperatures..
WONMITIIOCOl01t2 ting tickets but they seem r Program said people If |
....:: 1.IJr.ttJI\ 1 understand the reason for It." : been made 111 in Florida and f Water newly panted! rosy

A committee was appointedto elsewhere by careless mixingof at least ones' per week If rain & County( ) Telegraph

\ study a sujgentlon from common household clean- fall is short and be ready to

Florida Natural Qas Association acre and bleaches In one instance spray or dust to control black:

President S. U Woodhatn 11 persons were spot. disease a* lOOn as the

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.!lIt'n n.\v. JAN': 2 IOCS 'lAnFORn rot 'T1" Tr..FOft.rn.IITRRF.! I-IORIT '* P..t( E_FIVE

FACE PERRY SATURDAY Falcon, Akridge National Cluord I


Tornado five! Drops Two More and WOODS Two Guards] Invaluable ;. Raymond National Three members OuarJ 1 K. Durban unlPvt oT V the Robert Ifceal. .

L,. Kaiilemon, and M.V'hsuil. .I..

Still In the throes of a themselves" he saM. t Waters will leave< lam Feb-

shooting slump Tornado {I The only bright spot In the JV Cagers uary for our months of -ac-

caters dropped two more ': Tornado line up. the last two To Bradford Cage Sauad tlve duty training.
games this week, to( Santa Fa |I games has been forward Men who enlist In the) Guard"
66-51 and Green Cove 65-43. : Wayne: McLeod who got 15 Top Santa Fe '-' without prior .ervlr. attend

for a 4-6 record at the sea '' points and 20 rebounds against Coach Ernest Barnes' Junior:: Invnluab'.e. : mould problbl' )''1 1984 Though Falcon" and center the six monlha active duty

son's half way mark. i Santa Fe and 18 paints varsity capers s.)llt two gauges be the bJht rtltcrlptlon: of th acne PaM lettered" In )IOH4 training purlod for Uni p."-

The Tornadoes couldn't I against Green Cove. this week, downing Santa F. worth of junior guard! Dmald 1 neither saw too much action r00A8 of completing baalc

night In Green Cove Springs'' eted 10 points against! the 36-30. t1t to Bradford: < IJI 1b's 1061ftKhtlnn 1 depended upon heavily aa Uit skill or Job auwgnnwtit.Tha .

when they made only four Blue EX-" ,the and his running: I Paul MiLeod led the T-r I / Tornado. case squad most experienced<< and talented ; r

.field grate the entire first mate Emmett Akridge 8; Ores nadoes in both games, bucketing IIOMKKO)1;( > Both set the nod fromCoach guard big the squad _
half Thy finally woke up In ReddL-Ji and Gene Pass h"d 13: points lu the win over Paine as "real, fine" : Akrldze however has been a locnl unit wilt c m
the filial period and: outscored 3 each. Dan Bowles a 6 feet Santa Fe last Friday and 13 ball haitlcler's. good detciul 1 c plant surprise In the Tor a multiple training *e"slon ,
the Blue D.,1'a 19-18 3 freshman led the Blue 7XT In, the losing effort Tuesdayin 1 bull handler's iiood defensive'1 nndo cainp Starting thn lust Jan. :24, and, all merit

"Nob.: ly nit Coach Pane Devils with :21 Green Cove. The fled tl"&Il'1" j Our March. planned of DimesTournaniPiit. for Gulf lust competitors. The coach: calls four game he ha performed" tier lire expected. to attend.

said Wednesday! as he relived 'i "You could tell when t111"1shot \was' down 8-3 at the end of Falcon one of two UHtermen with Increasing competence In i it' ii Regular scheduled training
cancelled dui tj
Sunday was !
the contest adding "And I that they didn't expect the first period against Santa on his current\ quint, "one of combination. with Falcon. i will ne conducted,
cold weather However
know"" work: on shooting' !it to go in. the coach' said. Fe but had pulled Into a 11-8' we are tho bent competitors I've ever Handling. the b planning to have the
more than anybody around 'Thev would put it in the air halftime lead In the low storing seen nalh boys are aho.t, t the 130-pound Akridge of administrative' matteret. '
this Sunday. Jan 24. Entry
here and then marin the basket contest j f5T'! but Ibjhtnlng l fast on has. scored In double! flauicttwkc. "(" b..nlte'l.. Withholding tax
fee for this event will be $1.50
They( tad a bad nltrht or for the rebound withoutlook- They trilled: again after the per person. It will be ID holes the!. feet' and stenl,, the ball 11 points against Miteclenny statements will be given to

two and P w thus seem MI I ing to sec whew the bill waa third quarter 1413. but rallied miMlnl play, on a handled1) on numerous occasions.( and 12 against BauUFe. members for the pay received
have lost aU: confidence going.! :' | In the anal six !minute? With a ]little more exper and U the! team's fourth during 1064"
bask.! l Teeing off time. la ALLDAY
In takIng the Tornadoes: for for thrlr fifth victory. BoWy ranking point getter 'with 40 All porsonnal who left Inat
White had 4 point, Andy': Sunday.I I I through the first nine outliui... 4 aummer for six,<< month. of active -
t am )looking forward to j (
I Mavton 3. and Robert( Dyal 2. I Falcon is the third, tanking duty (moat of the high
KISER'S OFFICE Coach Barnes' rrw' led tha seeing everyone" who plays golf ;i, scorer with 7J: points. In the .('hou.Rlor"l\ l have. returned
come on out and puillclpiUein (
I Blue DertlV JV squad through first nine gamer. thouuh h" home Miny' have enf'fed aol-
New and three quarters Tuesday but''|: this worthy cau-e IComer has been In the throes of a '".''. ennui are employed. and

were outscored) 14-8 In the!'! I shooting slump since. thl .I others are neeklna. einploymnt

third Pt'rlod and finally took third game of the ."\..ou. H") Any employers aeeklns per-
Uesks. Files> Chair: a 3-36: origin from tMlrj! Indians Lose started the season. with 14. 10, .nn"a< i l with a high achnol.JI-

Typl''ritl'Calt'ul 1to I ho U. White added point and 12 points, then slumped!, plama lire Invited. f> call t tje)
:" and Mayton In the lostnt'' '! Two Games to four and then to none agalimt < .armory awl\ they' wit bo provided

effort e Perry with several. t names pt
601 N.
Tornadoes' record b D'lt tilt little fight. .
The scrappy 111.t"R.Unt hltt" 811001 gradImtea
Ht Auiiustlne! U .fa U tined
now even at 35. They will be defense. t'r suddenly renallied his who are necking eiiplovmrnt -
1 a stUllnii to hold
on the road. next week meetIng six deadly" shooting\ eye In the and who have completer -
Keystone IleUhts to only
I Periy Saturday at 7 p points In the first half of a Tot'nadoes'\ 48-48 edging o* ) their, active duty< tr.aJ1-'!]
m. and nn-u Fe next: Tuca-1 rch-rl\al Macclennv\ l stweek Ina .
I earn played In St AugustineTuesday ,
day at 6:,30 p m. They h.YOI With his team tralllni
night defeating the KnimettUrMur:
beaten! Perry" once this season< i four a point In the final: s"c
local Indians. SO-3) and of the. third ... F" I !'flirt Thomas L. Moor. and
the '.101.
1 30.1In gym
D .V' 11 grubbed a 7-3 leaf nell' at to shoot, Falcon !lilt! '
Will", R. Metmndovu' will
sank three rrn'Ivfree '' "
ron con
I lit til,* end of the first I period and was Immediately. echoul I V'ul-
Ifin-e Ffb. 0 for Camp ltrrs.
shots and then rlppi"I !
NORAD Band and pushed It to IS-tf at hill(- n by Akildue H,)th are getting
booming set .hot from mil Text to attend Helicopter
time. Keystone rime back. for plenty uf experience<< as playmakeis -
To PerformAt Htiionl; at the U.3.
court for a 31131..1: Tl> Flight
tau but to their
; | i-Uht points In tho third quarter (point
breathed !11'! IntT hit' teammates Army AvUtkm Sfhcml. Afterajriuluatlon
UF Jan. 31Thl" InexpHili-iict: for mistakes th.kt
AT and 21 In the fourth.
there, they will attend -
and d"mnnllt-alf'<'t In..wwhat '
have rout. them
led games
Btrfan lii-okas the Keystone
I il.$. Aviation! Srihoolnt '
North American AirDefense U mm* to be! a rl'I'" "We really should have lost i' t the
scorlna. attack with 10 Fort RuC'.r\ Ala. The t Ci\1 l laehiiol
Fish and pluyer
City "Caval- pressure Just two -to '
Command points and Dill Thlvs contributed Rumen Ftrnanj j
lime 'will be 4O weeta.
ea maUI-vrvIco military broke thrmiuh a"8ln when. h'" i of the time wI'ye beat Ourselves and! upon gr*liiiitlon they wlt]
: / oary won the" game *" tth a clrtvlnt'' ronte. .... bfiuallriihl. \ hellcopted pilot
rxlstenee.-wlll AkilcU,
bAnd In perform with
ROUND STEAK sat out the entire lame
:! be ) to thogriule
unit wir appoints
lay.up the Tornadoes set III)
I o'Flottdt ;, "YtHli innti. we atnulil ha.fbraton
at ltv' University ,M badly sprained' left arm.
on Hun"ny, J,n,. 31 nrokaa and Bruce: Moon w.ral.o brnutlfullv with a full rnllr'j, P"Intka. al'u I I I.I, uf Warrant' Officer.IIFVIVAI. .
Chuck 1 In the University Auditorium ( hobbled with. ankle lnJiiiU1' < ilelavod same. Fwlroit City" ruluin" pcliord: "'1'11"

: ., will start' waited for the rlvht break asi I u.e. thy ln The pert irrm nee : TO !4T AItT
ROAST LB. at 2:30.: Then! 1 Ia no ulmlsslon I) tc U also won, the< D c the cluck tirkrd l away th"flnlt aecnn.l I change at tluse. two Af TLKAMANT: IIOfKKevlvat :
of the cnntest, '
4 chance and Die public is Incited rime, downing Keystone 4J-:. I \ ,I tuams an orpoitnnlty the'will
then clashed In to bucket thai:i I!! bu Yin, n them shortlyWin \
Chuck 10. I II..n,1. I'aJi'nn services will start!
two p or loin, however Urarl-'
TIle NOR.AO band U made ,, I."" 7.l.upr.The ''at Pleasant Hope Now Con-
Atkrd If he knew the ball
ford fan, b'l positive of
LB. Indlatu also lout 73-Bfl tome they re going to IM apair
of Method Church
of musicians giegutlonal
up unit In the nippy little mm idniivveied. .
one. thin*. This Mithtlng ToiI I
bopel lost Tildayiilwht of rest fine guards! the |
to rather "
the U S Army Navy. AtrForef' "Ynt sir you lirt I im Jan. 34. contlnulnu:
despite" a 211' Ulnt scor couch: sw>s with i a uleani In I nado basketball UVIM up to lit 1
and Royal CanadianAir throuih< Jan :31 with dinneron
did I watched It all the
CLUB STEAK { Inn by Cooper Lope* his eye Cuftcli Pulne hunt name, they never quitFalcon .
< spree .
Fore The group's repertoire w.y" Fvldenc" hla. concentratlon the i round) U. C. Uatleyof
ranges from the ; I led throughout after Jumplnii suld I M lately. but he. I"'p<'ch I' \ la the fact that h> and Akrldge. are two I Wayrroa. Oa. wilt do the
and to a 24,1111/. In the first his: caters, who currently own caws. lu point 1 to loj
j claaalcs to DliUrtani Jaw crashers "110" Ms,'t-lenny I preaching: Trw church: -
All Meat i
i1 there la something on the program j per" lod I a .-5 won-lost mark to corn ,1{ playa after the .shut, rMimlintfa j itated three miles. north of
Lb. I to please every taste. In t, Ihrouiih with their share of fuut shot which\' the rlvnlI I j I I flea r Ire: on U 8. 391. ICveryoneI
STEW music. ( Cub Scouts I victories. cnonaly' Inexperienced ..I player nil..iert I In a llstliui' uf vlnairtte. tax I welrunie.KNnalil.
and lacklnt height I
iI .
yv I collertlona lorII..C'ln..r/ 'In I I II..t
I and Falcon. I
I To Meet Tuesday the basket l the current toil Moth Akrldit
I ..
I wrrlc's: IMIIM, the wrong"
i It's. to ,: have been toted| to Hie the bull
team has fought way
Rib and Urisket i NEWS The" regular, l monthly meet- sirveriil flashes of good bull, h In i iearly up there, under the old ICclIINf\:> amount was" given for the-, W
zy ins nr Cub HC'OlIt rack, .") will that "you' cantroin, points If !I r town of Hampton; The amount ( She Nno4U'e \
; I Pont Pat.
STEW 3 Lbs. h e held TiHMKiny. Jan >"'. ..' :, ; sessuii! you don't shoot' "' 1>OO.pltpCOIc..h llstfil was. 147110' but Aria' Item
Falron" and 1 Akrldue will b.pI".t ,
< the am" on ill that wa. actually/
T3O: r m In the Mriit' M.thndliit | >*Mln> confl'iviii'" Crotrhet4. A Can*
of the winning romhtmt" collected 1333: ; U4 (I Irsn
: : was
n Chureh r'.llow.hl|" Hull. : lath have h 'en reluctant to I
I Oil 0.2Junior. lion tau' if are evolve thsprlnti Koch Drug.
will rrnl M .klt l shoot too much Lli-il! I fan. .
Ksrh den IIh.1 |
\ Amlrewa. 'Mrug1l I II They have plavinl of! ..... .... ....'.11...
hav -i work. : are l eglniiUm to sw inoir .t.
Center 'ut : l 11\< "r.dr".tI l Hnrnrr Rhnp. 7: Inn boys basketball toiirthn (for ravel I| t".1
Ins on for ....veral w..ks I thorn linn. ones ripped!I In.. 1'Lsaln Nntebrrok i? :: ai j 1"1' I.ltur
Km-h Drugs>> H Cliamlwr of year' ntnrtlnu with mldtet I ,
'I F I Hm \I'll.
every parent however."I .1
W that "
PORK CHOPS Commerce 7IHarultngs hop 1 ball mid hive! been' reKNinlnthrlr < to enjoy the Ilk. make good" play a* -
\ i I Anflrewa will tw pr i | working tirerlMun thai I to a !
sal l to show Interest In .- ,
Itrugs. l-O. Koch 1.0. only comes with mKli prao-
child's. nrtlvlll. tlran'1parents : I
Lb. > Chamber of Commrir O-l. th lr llu to "tlier' They' were II'' P"
69c and 1 .ther. are Unto
Bra tfoiHl .li.irt>*r Hhop O-l a rated last rear' when Akrldjnplnyrd .
a,1( Men'. lUckrlrwIITh In".J the monthly pack''n..ttngs on the JV squad, and I IFaUon CASH
t Mon's l 1\.lItl ikss / : 01 th- varsity
c -
White fly lh. 'Piece < ''. ketrMll. ..... (\ .. will get umler Tnt: KIO1IT( rOINT l"r thrrtne Aklldue pf'cJ1 jsbly played,

1 way Ihl* week "I l the Armory way. sail wIt.. .In and more turn* time: 1..1! year RESERVE. IS HARD TO BEAT

Bacon! Lb. \ Th tenma will |I".y l a practice ......... your I..rl' r.4tI'H-. than. Falcon. ....'K ICI played II"
cbwiul Th> J"". 21. ItKOOK fountain 1'rn. Tl I... hind scrum! guard Itlclmr! I Illubbi .

Smokrd fly t the I'fere( l : ataetlna at T..V: > pm (ia A rig.' ( and Hohby M u"1y In .... _ffV""'

C.lra. na.krthallThe _.._ !! '0'a' ? '\
-- -"'" 1 tllI1
Bacon. Lb. ; | In thti Recreation pmcenn of o.poor'm..n'I" orgiuiKlnx' .1 ....,--....- r I

: an elementary girls buikrtlmlilesru THEATRE 11t
Smoked for .... 10 through FLORIDA

Picnics Lb. t : ) I 12 Th tam will have viimvr Thursday, Friday. Knlurd.iy JJR. 2M. 2', .in: 1t IJ I / / t red'

: I COM:haa. whna* nam will toaonuuncwl
<;Jrad* "A"FRYERS ; ) neat week MONSTERS om>. LOOSE!

LB. ..
: : : Ii I \

i ',e ,

HOG NECK MAWS BONES. 7 $g{ glcl @l1l 4J :

l.Ar2l' (rr..d; ".\* ALIVE

3 Dozen : --z- .
EGGS $ and

SHOCKING ) I i Deposited in our bank. ..

Sliced 3 ROCKING for safety plus interest !

BACON t SHAKING / ..._.. a.

c..., QUAKING \Vhnnover you wnnt or nec(1 l extra awh

RED HOTS POWERFUL PICTURES duirkly-cnHii to *[>uro, without owt>

drprivntkjnthero'unothintfsoconv -
rcrtdvned a' owe p'ovn4. rrnrol'HORRORT
Smnhrd M hnviiiK a nuiwtantiul Having. f

SAUSAGE ficcnunt hero In our "f'iilltcalo!! w rvu'B"

r ;'Lwnk. Siivo guru regularlyygull savo

WEINERS fanttrt'
HtOM. F'Utr.s1'IOS: ) more, ?

All Kind* Of TU a Ooen a savings account hero now I I.
Fresh c Never Before ,
Surh l 4

Thrills Chills .

s tadka Should FLORIDA.814

fish Have Kofortis: .
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Anything- Can Happen _- '.'. N K_ __, s t"_ $:'Jj!{ e R K E
|1'.rM>n<. with High m".d
orr:\" '7'D.114: .\ : TELEGRAPH' I'rrwiurr or HeartConditions : Ono of 31 Ui-nk of the Florida National Group

Now Open< All l
.'lIelldI Own IU-k, Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

AllenIlardeahceok.. > ... -. -. '. .. .. .. -

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TIU'RSD.T.N.. 21, 1903
PAGK six _
I''BHT, i"n .1it, ,' .h v'n C., ,' (th. Florida will 'In the. Sri day. '>' North 50 feet to point of he-: I dal. find Dornthy Tlxlal. hi.
Nears r nF ali '"'' ii '.,li"" I,i'i'' ) "11" Pabiuim, )'. I:9il.> ilur. nil iln-I," >I. Klnulnic.' i h'.luic 11 purl at Ktlon '. wlf bpt.ndsnts. *n Sign-up KHII..III, i I I. !Ith.! ;> I'ln., Klin. /val hour of sale, m Ui" ,nuilniluur Twenty Fiv. To\vinh.. | number of which ia No. 13-
0;::) Way Out- mil e'i, ,1I1.ln/lll./ Kid Ni A-31 of the Cuurt lluuiit orUrailfonl FI\'" Htiutti liunare Twenty 433. .
for 1965 Feed lilil, 1<111111.", '-..nIII'1,11... and ) .'"..nIY.I Flori.lj.: In Two BuHt; nt'ordA In Book UR, \\'11 nplI" my hand and the of
>1)( iri.ailiiurf, l "niiiv I Inulitalnrd thi. I'lly nt "Hlavlie' Fliirlila.: offer .Pug :311, iirnilford. c'uuniy/, flclitlal of iwlil Court thIs
Grain Program .'alllf'1 Highland, Slurhe, .r..,,, ,siunI'lirihuxlnu. Com- for Hula. and .vll at public Klorlda.pumunnt: lath day uf Jttnimry, ISHi.
gut out of u ,'l>ilrjp! of IIHHiiult I II HHll'M. ,, (llVlSlorl,, III JnNtUllIOIIH outcry, I... tliihltfheat, : ftiul, .brutbtililvr I lo th. Final T>p. (/MOA:: I.)
,' uf I'oreIiriir.HitCi'nI.. l l In 11t ("cnAp.rj! }o'. n.\nriY
"SI I 1..1<- or I II.JultdIIlK.. tar ciiHli th follow-In PIU
Farmers will linvo an opportunity and battery. lie .. nuiU *' 'u.l I lhmyl >. -I.JKK OK (MRI-ITIT (-ttflTU
Ilimluiin. ,, Hi"i ''1 Win I *. llouui-U- it""'flbnil prnp'rty Hlluuti in UHI- |tntllnjf in I'
to sign UI) in the married theHighland rOIllI.lalnln"Wltnt'M" 2. 'I'jtUullii'iil. ..,-, j-'lorlilu., lirutlforil Comuy. Florida to- 10' or whl, h :. Mid .- it.itm. :,' U.uluh M Moody
Knlph. H. KllhT wit .., In. a K.r.r. ,di ''''ir' :>: i iin l>.puty Clerk
'I960 feed grain I : : _
program : 1
;ri. I;x.'< utlve D rvt.tiir UcKln In the NW corner of ''ii Via n Iff \ Im > Ti It 111:
in February, according to wait, charged I In It I// 21OIH'i I the North On\" Ilunilred Thlrtj
'Clyda Cone, chairman Agricultural Bradford County 0011 r tTileNdaky S' rest. of Lot TlUrly }o'iv. In Esi i --.
__ 4 liiisal.I'2 ] Hast ,.1 l ""- -- -- -
'O'H' -
& :* ': If l.awtiy, Florida lylnc
Stabilization and Conservation two cmmtH, ui -- ,
on Its t I.KIKvi : public road known .. Kln..I.y l I
County Committee.The suult and buttery andtrrMpuHtlng '1111'111' 41)1 i ii rVnii l...ih. toad; then. ,,. K period will be for ufter warning.! :: < ,. )I.. h,'rohy. KlvKn. t tli ithi rent to point of TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
Blgnup > ,lllllllTHltflli a,,, "ll, <'IIUII*. I-' Thence go ISunl: CO b..lnnllllC.1.
even weeks, from February I The UHHuult ttmrgovu* J.irhy I'lnrk ur I lie i"Ir'ull, point; then South
,8 through March 26. Ilrol'1|>|=i>
As In previous years, the I $23: fine" after pleading iI I

chairman explained, the feed 1t1t..'ty to treipiiMwIng.' ANNOUNCESANOTHER

grain program will be volun- After the rharffen were lhltty:
tary and each operator of! Bled .Home time ago lllgh- STRCUT REALTY AGENCY SERVICE TO

farms growing one of the 1 land married one of thncomplaining1
three f"ed grains covered by I wltnvNMfh. Tim ltptItIiIi 1)imnena STARKE AND BRADFORD

the program will make his I other was. her mother., Is Pleased To AnnounceIts COUNTY

own decision about whetherto I "That'- one way to nolve Sheriff Mayor State's Attorney Are Among1OMostWanted I II
take part. The program i is a ..,......." .1.liulK T. A. Yawnobserved ,

available for corn grain sorghum "make 11vlf.. of
and barley. one wltn..".. and a mother. Men Change of LocationFrom PAINT & BODY WORK\

Farmers who participate in In-luw of tho oilier" :

the program will be eligiblefor I ,
Free Estimates
diversion and pricesupport Hampton O

payments and( for price- are established in Bradford: !I'

support loans on their entire County. Ten prominent figures In I I all ten men to labor on any P. D. Reddish Sheriff, To O All Work GuaranteedOur

1985 production of the three Diversion payments If ]less public life will bo 'sen t-'acet: chosen project Saturday.Mrs. Bradford County. ''I

grains. The price-support pay than 40 per cent of the baseis to hard labor" Saturday for Jerome Johns of t he- George W. Roberta: --Chairman '"!

ments will be made to participants actually diverted will be benefit of the March of March of Dimes organization Badford County Com 2117 1 N. Temple Ave.On Sales Department Will Remain

whether the feed grain made at one-fifth of the coun- Dimes. announces the names of the mission.

produced in 1935 is fed on ty support rate on the normal Their services will be offered ten distinguished men as follows Dave Shuford. Chairman, Open Thursday and Friday Nights

the farm, sold or placed under production for the first 20 percent on the air wa/es Friday : Lawtey City Council: and U. S. Highway 301 Phone 969-3491 For Your Shopping Convenience.
loan. diversion and at one- night from 7 to 10 o'clock over Randal Chltty Mayor of County Commissioner.A. .
a price-support I I, We Invite You To List Your Property With Us.'lEE.
To take part In the ford 1 half the support rate for the station WPXE with listeners Starke.T. J. Thomas Jr. Flats

grain program, the farmer will normal] production from the invited to call In and ma'cean E. Duncan State's At- Representative and President ,

agree to take out of produc I remaining percentage. If 40 offer for the ten "work torney. of Bradford County Fair As-

tion and devote to an approved per cent or more of the base hands." For each dollar offered I 11. H. EverettChairman sociation.

conservation use at least Is diverted for payment, the the bidder will receive one Bradford County Development One A. Wiggins! member

20 per cent of the total feed higher rate will apply to all chance on the men. Names Authority. City Council.

grain base. Maximum diversion the acreage diverted. will be drawn from a hat. 1 Carl Hurst Chairman. Tom Casey. Superintendent: = ij

is SO per cent of the baseor with the lucky person getting' Starke City Council. of Public Instruction.

25 acres if this is larger.

The reduction may be on any TilE RIGHT POINT for the I 20 Word. or IBM, one tlme ___ ..93tl'morh&J.: .. ItrwilutlonT A. _,. 6e per wenlCard .

of the three acreages. and the way you write. Come In and Growers Meet Mayor ChittyAppointed : Missionary: If nut paid In advance..________ 1.23 .* of Thonlui, up to 50 _onl ____ SJO

diversion payment will ''be select your favorite ESTER- Set Jan. 28 To ; To Speak At Keyed or Itllnd Ailn__________ 1.3 Over M word. ..--__ __ So per w'd.

based on the crop diverted. BROOK Fountain Fen. TELE- Each additional word over 20.. .03 IMnplay. edit In CUM lflr ____LZO per ie.
Corn Is the only one of the GRAr.i. At BrookerA League Group 1st Presbyterian ,
three crops for which baRes
vegetable growers meetIng Starke: Mayor Randal Chitty Rev. T. Dwight Union, one Expert: Recapping i
has been scheduled for has been appointed to the of the first American mlnHlnn- Br men" FOR SALS A: TOTH .

7:30: p. m. Thursday. Jan. 28 Community Growth and Development aires to enter \vnr-devnntntecl (Pee Wee) Crew Ready block house mix concrete concrete: HASTINGS :MATTRESS
Brooker community of Flor- KorO'IIn 19V3.\ will lit piers sand caSient. -
In the Committee uppnk
Better Meals For Less At-- Aim FuU Line ofNRV mortar mix rock steel & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
center. County Agent O. T ida League of Municipalities. the First Presbyterian' CliurphTiii
TIIIFS TRLIC1TRCIOR (- crater shell, llmerock. roof St. Palatk]
Hugging announced yesterday.The League President Lou RuLer dnv night, Jan. 26. nt I riO Lemon
All SIZES Bnteta.
program,! has been planned announced this week. 7:1S.: : He will be iircomnuniod renn.. .lead The Uaatifieda! ENOP CO. Phone Furniture Repaired!
ylvanla g, Dunlap IS 884-2331.
In cooperation with M. O. In making. the appointment by hN wife who will describe HARDY IF YOUR Starke. tfrh* Upholstered( & Refinished
BUCK'S Harrell manager of the' President Rttter stated that her life as a Presbyterian. U. FOUND AMONG TUP MATTRESSES REBUILTNew

Brooker State Farmers Market Mayor Chltty's background In S. missionary wife. SALVAGE YARD CLASSIFIED ADS.! CALL Innersprings'

and Is beln held in th- municipal] government: qualifies Rev. Linton In. now on lilt U.R. 301-NortVAf AT THE, : TELEGRAPH FEV1UN:' FLORIST and Box Springs

Interest of the entire Brooker him to srve the League Kwoml furlough In the U H IS'Inc.\Sc"!' : OFFIPE FOil A FHF.R: 119 S. THOMPSON !ST. Drop 1"s A Card or CaD

production area IIuBKlni: said. effectively' ] as a member of the offer ten yarn! In Kurca. during IIKItTKI IIXTFSA1TO. ;TICKET TO TilE FLORIDA -I PHONE: 8KI-41JJ I'LTK.PoA 5-8169

GROCERY & MARKET "We will have a good dls- committee. On the committee. whIch he helped rebuild 1 UltF. HOAT THEATRE. NIGHT 064-3891 or 9ri9193iDISTINCTIVK .: MRS.! PEGGY: SMALLER

cuaslon on p/oductlon: and Mayor Chitty will have a chiirchen and trnln lenders.. lie DOVI.K) : K. rON'.NKR : FLOWtK.We -* 209 E. Adkln. St.

Grade; "A"FRYERS marketing" HURglns said voice In adi.'lsln: the League hall seen strong new cnnKrvKitlon INSritANCE' AGENCY' BE SURE TO SEE World I Wire flowers Anywhere Stark. Aient
"Maikctlng actually beglm In matters prrtalninn to the *, emTK from the small tfchif Book before buying any other tfctuKEOiaTEH -

LB. with planting the varletlc-! development of Florida< cities groupie or Christians who e<- Encyclopedia; M. A. Payne ; : NOW FOR BOBBY hOGS AUTO

that the consumer likes! an" the! Improvement of FlorUa: coped death during the war. (Insurance Problems? your local representative!' sine* ADULT EVENING CLASSED: BODY REPAIRS:

29C buyer representatives will tell] cities In gcnernl. and providing ]In recent years he bin worked Call The Man From 19 fI. P. O. Box 603 Phon' I 1 Bajlc and high school re- AUTO PAINTING

Picnic us what they want" for a !greater civic cons- with 13 rural, churrhes and "TKAVt.I.ERS"GROItdR 964-3794 tfch( '* I fresher course IndivlduoUzec FREE: EOTTMATE3"

SHOULDERS LB. W. O. Whittle. chief of clouttnesa among cltUens.! preaching poInts annlirnerl to M.I: I",,\RU"5Kryntone instruction start at any tiara ill S. Walnut St. Btarke. P1tfcht
Floilda State Farmers: Markets him by the Prettbyfirliin:' Ileljfhtl I FOR RENT Two concrete 12.OO per course of 18 weeks

and Mason Marvel assorlato Rental DemandsUp Church of Korea.: wrrnn lt'r'H Insurance block houses on Laura 8t .fgro adult atudenta apply<
Good venrtab] spi'cla'IV( : I When Mr. LInton and l his Agent for One furnished. Each $30 per Principals office RJl
In Starke In a-.lvanre.- Hollls VKnlirht. FOR SALE-4 Br.. 3 full bath
with the Exteiiilon Servlu". I wife. the former Marlorv Ann mo. < High School White Adult' siuJents
Companies"Tel at tfchc' CD home panelled den. 2 ca"
W Cill ;
will spcnk. An Increase demand fur Potter of Orlan'lo milled for 473-1\12' \ Day I apply to .the Adult Education : carport; laundry room: thai
All vegetable growers liBrndforcl Korea: / In inm: : he wa* return- rrilMSIIED ,\P.\HTMEVTfUffht I Office SE!: Wing USC
In Starke him 473-4325 Niksulo back '
rental I property link fenced yard; partially
nfl neiihborlrurountl"s been noted by the Chnmborcif I' log! to a. fimlllar culture, for ,,\ Fire Home Buolnci and water Phone"! ( 964. 3ulldlng rear 1 to 4 p. m air conditioned. Attractive
BONES LB. 19cPOUR of Union and Aln- Commerce office in thepast ho had! b'.n, horn nt Ch'n'lI, Monthly: Pavmr, Finn", }671 or 964-7271. Mrs. Bull .1. daily: or write to< Adult Educa price. Call 379-0938. GaInes
I"hllI1re Invited to attend th? the Bon of Pre,.byterlnn U. S tngton tfchgVAITRESSEH ilon Drawer 100 Starke. Bust:
two weeks.As Vlll. tfCtlK
' meeting. I ,millionaire. He III I! nato grlikilI- roll SALE! Good ''buR'nell' ness, foreign languages/ an

CHOPS LB. 59c a convenience to persons the of the UniversIty of Rich and residential properties i I'3tarke WANTED miiilt courses"" available tfcht WALE HELP WANTED-Men
lurnte here
Blanding Tally trying to ) mond. and Columbia Theological Improved and unlm <:xperirflced. APpy! li\ persotnnrrlen In good health minimum edicatlon -
Chamber would Ilka for ,. P. 0 Itch I
Seminary In Hecatur orovcd. H. Knlvht. t Pfafiiimnt 8th trade! ace 21 to I IU.
who have We Have Moved
Small Set At 116 owners Drawer F. Ci y. tfchg the Personnel Detriment -
unfurnished apartments Bedroom Apartment -
furnlHhcd or Gn.Mra. "OR n.F.NT-2
' SPARE RIBS LB. 49 Deer, 82 TurkeyAn or house to rent. Linton Is. a graduate 0' MRS. ri!. A. GREEN Furnished. 50' Ilhtxien llookkeepingr at Sunland Training
FSU and received a master'sdegree .
O. Box 1150.Salnenvllle.
to lint them at the Chambet, ?enter St. Inquire at 503: Cen and Tax ServiceNow Onter. P.
estimated 116 deer. 82 In rellgloua educationIn ( FOR SALE-Fill dirt. top ..oitractor Florida 8trh 3 IS
office or with some local real er St.. Mrs. Goldie Martin.
-- Before to work fleW ant u**'
turkeys, and 28 hosrs\ were Richmond. going tfch- : Located at
killed in the Camp Blnndlng tor."We Korea she served as directorof building supplies. W. T. iae:.. FOR SAL& Oolite and Shepherd -
Ga. ned Cream StyleTOMATCES "
had at 15 inquiries 119 CENTER= STREET
female] Don Mar
Wildlife< :Management: Ar-'n Christian education at ion Building Materral and Mchlnory HELP WANTED Exper pupa. I
CORK ,I during the season which for" rental property List Penchtree Road Presbytenan Supply. Phone W encod maid. All modern con FOR APPOINTMENT tin. Road 18 East. Phone M49AS3. -
week, P. J. Novak CC manager 1 21OR
closed JI3.. according to n Church In Atlanln 4001. Itch, /enlencf Na cooking 1 mile CALL 969-3711 atchg
said tarday.
8 Cans 2 Cans report bv the Game ft FreshWater The Llntnns are pendlnjr 'rom starke. :Must have owr
As a service to community FOrt RENT UnfurnlaheRpnctouv
Fish Commission. their furlough year In Orlan-' ranspol'tatln.( Ore nam' OFFICE: HOURS RDo"T--4 room unfurn-
The Lake BuIlT Management the Chamber will nlso bo glad do. nnd plan' to return to ]Karon : tl>rre bedroom horn' address, aKe. references Re S A-M. TO ,6 P.M. shed house 421 N. St. Clair

$1.00 29C Area bed:I a total estimated to receive applications fromnnmrma I In Julv.t and garags. Nice neighbor- ply to P. O Box 70. Rtarkr St See J. I* Sllcox next door.
: .. whn. nre. .nnblno',- ., employment. : hood. Also furn'uhed' and unfurnished '
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kill of Ifll deer and 11 t' Fla" 2tfh I 21) 2tP i ai
six These application.. I\ IT *'rmx T'' nn n 1\ apartment W, H "OR SALE-1958 S 700 ForC:
__ turkeys. Total kill in the tir ><
PI nl'lI >
will be placed on Die and will Nol'man.' tfoh 1 ton pulp wood truck Nenotor "
wildlife mnnnfltement areas innnrthent ''flMMIs'iCl" '' $6 PER MONTH, assume re FOR SALE-I 1 male Chihuahua -
be available for the usa, of ",imi,,'"iiii- 1e..lp,1, 'H.IM w""I'' mnlnlng 8 payments pe Phone 732-3901: or 783
No. 2V' Cans 5 Cans" Florida] was 981 employe" In the area, Novak ><.. 1""."."''lv..ii' iiy *the |1.1"IIII"n FOR SM.F. 6' 1784 3t rhT 1 21 S week' old (39-00. Call
deer. 307 turkeys. and 179 InntlliHI'muntil*. I 10:00: A. :\'l, No. 243 Dandy Business
PORK! & BEANS $1.00 hozs. Bald. I, 116 ft frontage on 301. Flo model) Swing Needle DIal-O \ D CROSBY lowell St 2tp 1'31
Die Clamp Commission!! reported Matlc ZlK Zaz Makes hundreds
I'lastle Notebook n.:!!) at 'hf" will be Ideal for Service Sta
that quail and squirm of fancy stltrhv auto \KE YOU QU.UP1ED. DC FOR RENT On bedroom
f'm* '' 1'FI.OIr,\.'Ii.rnflt'T. tion. Restaurant, other enter
I'ovni I jf THJ. hunters also entoved 11111111 12 Widen prises. Close to t wn center. matlc buttonho'es sews o YOU HAVE. A RURAl trailer Trailer spaces with

RICE 5 LB. BAG 59c rate of uncross during the Widow will let!' this BO: for 23 buttons. blind hrmv monn I 'J\CKOROUND OLD RE oitlo Over night prkln
Made For embroldrrs. darn NEEtDF : Westmoreland Pmrk.
1964-65 season. Custom per cent on $34: ,500 00 price. grams. I LIABLE COMPANY: IN Trailer
No. :22! *- Walk to shoppln-r patches etc. Guaranteed 3 MEN WHO CAN hAN:' Phone 949-2131 or M9-J291.1 :

Florida LivingNo area. Dandy 6 room home. 3 Write Cre'ltI.r:! : P. ODrawrr OLE A BUSINESS:' OK EARN tffh
1 A. St r-i'' 3tn 1 2tMR' TNO3 17.000 TO $8.OOO FIRST
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bedrooms! tile bath; screenvrh. ANTED"fan to work ocfa'rn. :
Salaried or Commissioned ." l I" ft llv-g| room oak ; YEAR. FOR MORE INTORMATION.
OFOROE 0ARtTNFTSChOOL : Ortjr hound raisin and
You Are Invited En1plo'sYou floors. fire pUre gas furnace WRrrEUt.: SAM
vlld blrdj Steady:! work. Must
UE1 ON. 659
Include-] AND
city water. ph -n w able to drive tractor.
Get Morel stove, refrigerator!' : bedroom TIONS Earn $185 and ur TREE ST. NE. ATLANTA 'I aw. li hU. water, wood

MARCH OF DIMESDANCE suits living room furniture operating bulldoier. dragline O* 303M) 2tch 1 T uid Ka furnished. Mod?raw

For Your Money TV. automatic washer etc back how' and graders. W WrEDRI'JlIs&'rt'j Nuts mlarr J M Edwards prone

Paved Sti.?!'ts. Ea y walk] to ; will train you on our equipment and Licence! Practical Nursef't.ors '4-2.VM' tfcht
stores and school.: $8.80000 In South Florida. VA
",t>ply HO'Dlu1 1 tcoh'1"OR
Dad & Brad Larsen Part down. approved. For\ Informationwrite. FOR S.u.E1. Chevy II.

!o4T OI'T RF.U.TY Associated Bean Equipment SALE-Pecan! and fru' I door sedan radio and heat

Like To Work 1117 N. Temple' .\... Schools. 3119 Lak trees cultivated: : blackbrrrle er. Good condition. Call 9 4VWI -

fir.[ S. 3111)] Christie Drive. Orlando or ornamental ahrub azalea' \ after :3pm Jlchir 178IOUSE

You BenefitAll T'honi5592401! pall' ft.S5-3.ia7' ) 4tp 311 camellias. etc roses on D
Huey stork J S. Eunlre Nur
l.E.ASE Large: bedroom
Si/es on Display: On Your Lot I 1101 F. Call !Street serr, 2 miles North of LawtetIf kit-
hid den or 4 bedroom
8-10-12 Wide, Three bedroom and two. til-
FEBURARY 1 \ Baths, nnd Expandable .3 IIEII100MComplete ) 1 bath home large Living room: lien\ with breakfast area.' 30
SATURDAY 6 1965 CAGuElHT \i FOR S.\LE-Larve tough ReWlgglers t 14' Uvtiwr-dlnlnr\ room with
with kitchen anj: dining. Utlllty.
hull I -* Homes 75c per" hundred! fireplace Fenced yard. Large
NEW & USED I screen' porch and patio Barncord's Klngsley Lake. 135' x 1JT corner lot. Itrm

STARKE COUNTRY CLUB With Your 8 Years Financing $53.50 Per Mo.FRKE I Central heat and attic fai 2tp I r town! payment 148 8. We tnoreland -

Exclusive residential' section St. or phone 944-
F-O-G DOWN .\ Purchase : FOLDERI high and dry comer lot withpaved REI"OS'iES'in) oil: l'SliDI IM4 tf-hf
Our Rental streets. Price and terms M \( >ES

Music: By Warp's FLEX-0-GLASS that I Is. VIm Payments(, Under I O. hot: 4 6Oct'anway reasonable.: ] A. J. Thomas SINGER COMPANY 403( N TOR' S\LE RCA IT T V.

$50.00:> I'erIonth: Branch Realtor Tel 9O4-S701 tffhf Marion St. Lake City.. FU Good: plc'W"f'.OOd tone. A

.trover all open nll NOW J Jacksonville 18 753-4M1 tfch: real bargain at $4500 eaah.
A. W.' LEVY and His Band (doon windows. porch.) that Fla. FOR SALB-Four acre farm Phone Starke. 9 4380t7t

let in cold winter draft" Just Lake Geneva good cleared land small hous FOR HENT--4 room furnished : !> 221

cut w.rp'. H.F.X.O-UI.ASS Call Collect good well. Electric pump. Two apartment. PrlTate en
with shoan tack over .rn">fR.4 blocks of Farmers MarketMake trance. 224 W Lafayette St FOR SALE-rarmaH K, Tractor -
REFRESHMENTS SANDWICHES or frames for low-coat winter Trailer Sales 764-4070 me an offer A. J Itrh- : with turn plows harrow' "

protection. Warp's genuine. .. Thomas. Realtor. Tel. M4-5701 and cuthr! Unc e'
PRIZES cryital.clear FLhX.O.CI.ASS at: fractionthe ON I' I FOR" S.u.E-2 and 3 bedroom Phone Waldo ..!-
lasts for a
cant of years gl.... Only DO* fit; 100-1 Mile S.E. FOR RENT: One bedroom: ; FOR a'LE-: .AKC Wire Haired Incomplete] shell type hou-wr 1M3 Itt-hr 1

I square yard at your local hardware Keystone Height!* I completely' furnl'hed!' hous Terriers. 2 adult] females. I near Starke White and color
COUPLE $5.00 SINGLE $3.00 or lumber dealer. Open trailer Light and water fur- adult male. Dr. J. D. Simpson. I ed. *30 down. No qualifying: FOR SALE Cub ParmaU

I: Sundays and Evening*! nished. $40 per mo. Phone Residence No. 10 State Farm. Ca'J: Phil Black at Jacksonville Tractor and equipment. Can

= -.-. ;I 964-5311 or M4-32TS: Itp Itchg 359-2804.:: :: :clig 12, M4-4M1 for detail.: Upr






Bradford C uo'ty Telegraph}

STARKE. FLATIimSDAV.. J.\V. II l. 1905
-- --

t il I its special provisions anticipate -I time it was introduced and Ion known both In Congreai!I Conner storm Study, 7 p. m.

e and) meet the special when It became! law In Aug- and locally. They have endorsed I'' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nor- Tuesday Cub Scout Pack

I, problem which 1U intended 'Usi. Whether !the school 1 Is this program/ Let'squit I man visited Mrs. Carolyn 70 meets In Fellowship Ball
beneHciiirles present. In addl. I' located at Camp Standing or I bickering and get on I Crlbbs In Alachua! Generals 7:30: p. m.Wednesday.

.a. 1 0 tion to hlghly-q ulllUle,1 technical Tongue Point, Oregon or with the J job. Lot's build I hospital last Sunday, Prayer Meet

I personnel employed as Oary. Texas: or Camp Kilmer. i "Community for Opportunity. l Kt v. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby Ing, 7:30: p. m. Chancel Choir

teachers, the plan calls for N. J.. or the Brooklyn Navy ." were business visitors in Jacksonville rehearsal, 7:30: P. m.

1965 -- A Year Of Hope January 17, 1905:\ something just as Important: Yard U not nealy as important Sincerely, lost week.The :. Thursday Morning: Fellowship -

Dear Mr :Matthew: dedicated persons employed to as the fact that Its Peter J. Novak farmers\ are really feeling Oroup meet In Ladies -

President Johnson gave voice to the ready under way. Ground was broken The time hall come I feel l, furnish at least some of the Ideal are high and lofty. It'sa the effect of the cold we Bible Classroom 9:30: a.

most buoyant of hopes for the new last week for the city's new half mil- for more of Sturke's citizensto priceless intangibles that some program designed to help one ---- Lad over the weekend. It has m Children' Choir Practice,
home. have never offered to help himself and no matter //.Y.Y..Y..9 been good for the berry 3:15: p. m.BETIIEL.
year when he remarked a few days lion dollar sewage treatment plant speak out plainly for or I
These will undertake the difficult what our personal nttltudj, growers but l bad; for the truck ,
ago: "These are the most hopeful and this week construction started on against projects of vital Interest
job of revolutionising might be. wa Kill be helping crops
times in all the since Christwas the 100 unit Holiday Inn which will to their future. : BAPTIST
years I
attitude and creating' : 1n"", to pay for it through our tax turucii;
born in Bethlehem. represent an investment of close to av, As a teacher of young: people self-confidonre anti self-re jystcm no matter where the lly Aira. O. K. Cto.bygewVVV1.w.11tteeteVVV."

A3 a basis for this statement, he million. Yet to come are the newEOC I am deeply concernedwith sped To obtain both typesof schools are located. Should we Methodist Church Sunday School, J4 a. M.

said: "As never before, man has in and fair building combination many problems which I personnel, ( it will be noeos- therefore not bo the recipient ; Morr.l..ff Service, 11 a. m.

his possession the capacities to end structure to cost around $40,000, and largely remain unsolved. To nary to draw from ninny: of the economic advantages? CHURCH NKU'S: Sunday Church Scnool. I Training Union, 6:30: p. m.
the proposed new National Guard arm dons our eyes to. them to I sources; and It In unlikelythat Inference also would have The auxiliaries! of Buyleaiin 9:45: a. m Morning Worship, &Evening;: Service, 7:30: p. m.
war and preserve peace, to eradicate "think about that tomorrow( than you believe that religious way Church will meet Monday 11 a. m Snack Supper for :Midweek", Service Wednesday

poverty and share abundance to overcome ory which should mean another quar- la rot likely to remove them.In 1 more would be a taken small from percentage training would be neglected; nluht at the church at 7 7 MYF, 6 p m. Youth Meetings, T pm. -Rev. W L. Newman
ter of million. With this substan-
the diseases that have afflicted a our moment of lucid think that this school o'clock All members are urged 6:30: p. m. Churcliwtdo\ Mis
the local high schools since enC'oul'aJesml1tl'rlallsm
the human race, and permit all tial nucleus, it is obvious that jobs ing moat of ua truly wantto emphasis la on manual skills and discourages to be present. I

mankind to enjoy their promise in for construction workers in the Starke come to grips with whatever not a liberal arts training.: spiritualism, The fact Is The OA's met at the homeof

life on this earth." area should be plentiful in 1965. difficulties arise resolve Incoming personnel of thin that the public school systemof Mrs O. E.: Crosby Monday! "

In commenting on this year-end expression There are many other things to them and prove that we are caliber ,should. be a welcome this age prohibits religious night with ten girls present. wed

of Presidential faith in the indicate that Starke and Bradfo I more' than free-rltlera. addition to a community of, Ill1sl1'ucthm. but the lilandlag Now officers were elected( for

future, columnist Roscoe Drummond County are making sustained progress One of our most serious the alia of Starke. Only I Vocational training Center the coming year! as follows

remarks that it might be tinged withan and have, every reason to enter into problems In the public achouia growth has revolutionized; will encourage it because! the P.esldent: Miss Janice PudKett ,+ ai
today I.I the child who( through plans call ; vice pn ldi-nt. Miss
element of wishful thinking. "But the new year with renewed hope. much of nearby Gainesville for a Chapel oik
fault of Phyllis Lyons Mlas
no Mi own the ; secretary
and assistance
it is well that our vision should exceed Here are just a few contained in the Into a much more attractive campus
an untaught alien 11a school thnn It from our local religious. leaders ; Linda Lyons; treasurer, \Uliw
community was in the
our reach, and it is true that man annual statistical summary of Florida world where the brand of II who themselves have Nancy Clews; sponsors, Mrs
pre.'orldVar day Only
does have the capacities to do these counties released by the State Cham- failure la burned Into him al- growth has forced towns to( pledged support in this pro O. E Crosby and Mrs. Perry

things," }Ir. Drummond adds. "Since ber of Commerce. mont front the start. It take Improve their appearance and gram. It also includes a full Lyons '*.>

the full founding of Christianity more From 1960 to 1963 Bradford County dedication, warmth of heart, their accomodatlona. Starke tune chaplain doctor nurse, Don't forget the sing at the I I

people have come to understand that showed the following signs of pro- and Infinite patience to deal might actually qualify aa A dentist, etc. church Saturday night, T p

man's talents are from God and thatas gress: with such a child. But even location for the coveted, Jun- I will give only a moment' in. Everyone Invited to at-

they are utilized without limit -Population increased from 12,500to that la not enough. W. of the ior college; attractive apartment notice to the personal attack! tend.

tney increase without limit. an estimated 13,000, in contrast to public school system lack the houses might replace against me. I am here to do a PERSONALS

"It is both inspiration and 1 impetusto several North Central Florida counties special facilities needed and many of the main-street eyesores jab which I am doing to the Mr and Mr. Charles Crtbbaof )
the time to employ. )/ them. best" of ability. Personal Gainesville are the proud,
which actually showed a declinein now quietly rotting it- my
have the President
express some population. Let me mention some( canes way under' their dust: new Attacks for doing my job art parents or a baby boy, Charles I I

of this truth the writer continues. -Effective I have known remember the I business would of a certaintymove Just one of the hs.irds of my James, born Saturday. I
"He is right to reject the doomsayerswho buying! income increased underfed overworked little in to serve the larger' chosen occupation. I havpcholl..11 Jan. 16. Mrs. Crlbba I la,. the

seem to relish the opinion that from $12.431,000 to $15,608,000.Per girl, one of ten, "who, on occasion 1 population; and. the many fitcllltle to live In this com former! Carolyn Jones daughter : Not a penny lost

we lire living in the worst of all capita income increased 1 from ( had to bring to schoola which we now have, to munlty and to implement the of Mr. and Mrs Gordon I

worlds. I think the opposite is true- $994 to $1,201 (still far too low in l-month-old baby brotherso seek In Jacksonville might policies and procedures that Jones, and granddiiiiiihter of

that we are living in one of the most comparison with the national average). that Mama. might work well move Into our midst my Board feels will\ bring about Mr. and Mrs Edward Nor Since 1934.: wlicn! Congress established the

precious: and privileged periods of all -Uetail sale increased from $10- part-time to feed) them nil. But, In any cane, the crux economic ImprovementWith oinn. |, Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation

human history when it is given to us 095,000 to 12879000. The child actually finished of the whole matter I III. basically economic Improvementthere C C.. Crosby entered Gainesville II no one has ever lost a penny in Insured savings
school, and we, teacher boughtthe will also be change and Medical Center Mondayfor <
-Bank deports increased from which has been
-by our courage and stamina and resolution one verytorC'.fully treatment We wish hima accounts In nny of America's F.S.LI.C.-Insured
white dream In which l she this Is really wherein tin I
$5,318.000 to
--to control for goad the con- 5998000. portrayed In a well- '
graduated. I wonder \1\0\ hiltmll"ht struggle lies/ speedy recovery Savings and Loan Associations. are F.S.LI.C.*
flicting forces at loose .i the world -Total assessed, 1 value of propertyin known chancel play If we are We are /sorry to hear of the '
to that Those who opposed toi
have are \
happened I and offer excellent
h"Ma.ter. Insured tool
to follow t
todav. the county increased from truly willing death of Mrs. Marie, F.llx.ton's' we earnings
$13,900- child 1 If no one hud (cared or the vocational school are |
take CKOSS/ i
"We living in most hopeful times 000 to 18100000. we up a slater. We extend sympathy>
are If no one had been willing to I And "Tnnnmuch, a* ye have those! who are opposed t) ,

and the basis: for some of that hope -School enrollment increased from overlook the fuel that babiesweren't done It unto. one of the I..KAST: Chang To any change of any to her.
is visible. Twenty after World 2.747 to 3915. usually allowed In the sort, social economic, and Dinner !guest of Mr and
years of these My brethren ye have Mrs
O. E lust Sunday

War I in "'orld'ar -Total licenses! issued for all motor claitroom. cultural.
II mount
we were done It unto Me. wn Firsl Federal.
were Mr. and Mr* II,, n '
It I I. true that there will bu
vehicle increased Another Incapable or regular -
Twenty years after World War II were from 5,936 to for US. We\ have n chance to I Kelly and Mr and Mrs John( I
not in World War III. We havebeen 7,092. academic work, was further help these. long-neglected anl l '[ 'above average employment school op Murk Kelly of Gitlneavlllo. '
It's true the
to the brink in Berlin in Gasoline used increased! from handicapped by an obNenslve Ignored, "least of I thene.. If portunities. and ,
Korea to what other \ will have both white! and Mrs Heverly Bix>nufl of Savings and LoanAssociation : ':
and in Cuba. With both daring and 7.9-18.000 gallons to 8,2:..OOO gallons. sensitivity be of her think we truly come to grip with non-white student enrollmentand Jacksonville )I _
might laying
restraint world war has been averted -Total annual payrolls increased about her or even seeing this. problem. examine our staff It 1 Is true thai exceptionally Mr and Mr*. Otln Crawford e ,

If we keep these lessens before from $3,255,000 to $1,996,000.None I a ing* they looked at hr My attempts heart In anul-stiurrhlng, honest will well\ educated p>*o- of Gainesville and Mr and,
this once we
will be valuable of these' perhaps 1'1..111. come Into and live Mr, Lee Fluke and baby! of 4'us\
us, they !guides in increases could 1 be to convoys her that deckle wisely.. .
future crises. There is: no doubt that called spectacular, but they do indicate I she didn't ha\ to hide behind Isabel l Simpson In our community It la true Jacksonville visited, Mr and< Of Stark' 21H N. Temple Ave.
C. C. Crosby lust Sunday
neither of the two most solid and facade, that people would that other industries will seek
nations progress, that sometimes a Mr. and Mr ,
Buddy Cull*
wants to see the world plunged is more satisfying and more like her for Just what she was, I. January; 19. 1065 out our community and boats I and children of Juckaonvllltwr
here because! of the vocational
into war. The deterrent of nuclear lasting than the mushroom type of were one of many unrecorded Dear Mr. Matthews: school ran ha been demonstrated recent tuest of his parent Where History !. Being Mad -

destruction is not an Ideal) deterrent growth. failures: several yenr, Inter I "It docan't take real hard the Industrial slit.v.lopment *, Mr and Mr. W. J.
she had quietlycommitted by \VK,: (;KI-W; fl i MIU.IO.VPAST JJlIIlING( TilE
learned that
but it is useful Truly these to do< Cadlft.Mlsie.
a one are "hopeful times", thinking to realize! of TfiuinasvllJo, On, '
And how Is Bradford County facing when it I 1.4 given to mankind by our plight.ulcUle.Th of acme of ouranderprtvlleg" I about a problem It you have It I I" trim that powerful and Linda and Breads 6 MONTIIS1\ I

these "most hopeful times", at the t- courage and stamina and resolution .l |little one., the problem. Mr Sellers' apparently Influential. people In other Kelly) of Gainesville were Sun THANK YOU!
doe not bclla/e day guest of their undo and
ginning of a new ? On the basisof to/ control for good 1 the part of Florida have suddenly 'I
year world of
who grow up In a Bradford County has problem Interested In our aunt, M,. and Mr M. I.<
projects already started, or soon to forces at loose in the world! today." financial ln... 'urlty. of ImposKlbl Could It tx- the regularity this
and project.
be started, it is evident that 1965 We can only hope that, entering homo condition. breeding ., of a check from the Florida community There are no Intention 01 -

holds much promise! for the county. upon this most promising year of delinquency! no/ surely aa National Guard life indecent a .stealing teacher' from the

Four projects already "in the mill" 1965, we may have the courage, stamina sun rain and foot l make plant I home located on Public Bchool System of

hold assurance of almost $2,000,000 ami resolution to realize its full grow I I. a cruel one They' Klngnley Lake the regularityof Bradford count Yet ItII\

in construction work, some of it al- potential. trust no one Mow CAN they'Rejection I a decent choice of foods< true that most salaries will
at I home rejection and luxury Item used In setting -
range! from Id.oon to IIOOOO
at arhool. then growing. resentment the tablet and the feeling 77gcozy
for 12 month -
annually a atIjinment
I against parent, of contentment' h" obscured and, not nine. or ten

I II I wa right about the smelling teacher, achool. society Itself I the vl*w of Mr Seller and month program It mint be.

Farmer's part of It. It follows a pattern long' I hit all Ol" lal....? remembered that all person
II Diary
familiar to ua all. I I* It possible for thla county on the staff all! bo highly, WARMTH this winter
I Beat aenrlce of the meeting Tlila la one of several r"'"- to be free of problem when qualified and skilled In their

By But MGvry) we thought, 11"*. the offer by son for my .belief that a IIt, U among the top ten percent respective fields: A classroom

County Sanitarian Jack! Tra- training school' ( In TIMS community I. of welfare. aid to indigents professor will not teach bricklaying

I mkk to test water samples designed. with all the and among the bottom I or automotive repair,

freeze listed over many hour I for dUeaie-cauitng! bacteria I benefit of planning by trained ,', ten percent of per capita Income but rather a first clan me I

and our ruea 1 b that a lot of :, He told the audience that you and experienced' national leader of Florida' 87 counties? chanlc with an under tsndlng '

the fruit waa frozen. I I can't tell by looking! at It If I In the Held of education" I I, It U not my Intent to become of human behavior will be ,

water U pure and that the would serve a crying need At Involved In a test of employed to teach thes

Not known yet la the extent''I' only way to be safe U by havIng I leant w* should ash questions| 11 I pernonalUlc nor to expend trade Incidentally Mr Morgan w1

of damage to greens up-
I tryIf the freeze! there ruined I I plan and Weep an open( mind 1 I trrmetf difficult to Ignorr and I fed. certain .will 1

I Ian the muatard. collar and 1, Horn Prmonatratlon Agent befor w* com to. any final I1 I'the rather pathetic Inuendo Interview even Inns* .who

Our "open" wwitr" eame K, turnip, then our growers Dorothy Ron was one of the dsrteton *galn.t It. i' and Inference put to you I'I have expressed", opposition to

abrupt end Sunday' may profit by a rUe In price :1'! speakers! at the meeting.! She Quit, apart from! my own' I') the form of) question. by Mr the school

morning when a coLd front I! A* the aaytnc goes "It'a an ': U getting married soon an* personal concern for the chill i Herbert "",.U..,., Jr In Ua' Wnally I thank Ood that,

blasted< through here with. below I 1 111 wind that blow nobody I i'I.e know! that all Telegraph l ..." who never finish high I i| .week's Telegraph this nation I I. governed" not

-frerslng temperature, food." II I I|1 I reader extend to her their .chool.>> never succeed I e rept L | The eventual goal of the I j by petition! but by those we

killlm off tender' veaetaUon< | ''I belt wuhe and eonjraluUtloru In l hecomlrg> ; a burden to them- Job Corp I I' to reduce the I: elect lo represent us In public .

whkh; wa overlooking! the I We had a big meeting on to the lucky' man .Iw.! and mrletyl. there Is welfare .lat This l Is pona'ble' office Oir, elected officials
1 I I
calendar We had 30 at our water problem In Lawtey last 1I the purely objective of I Ic lit the children of our .welfare are not straddling the fence I

place, but the thermometer I It week! and while we itUl have i(j I i In another meeting earlier : wt. Would the training school I1| fsmllie Ire Instilled with the They have made their decU-' .and COOL comfort next summer! .

Mar a w Indow. and we're surf Iron In our water and all the that week In Lawtey. berry! mean. higher. taau for us loc idea thai It 1 I. honorable' to

the temperature were much' trouble It cause' ., at beat w. grower heard about a new nyT No, Indeed the same" (i work to study to learn a SAFEST CLEANEST CHEAPEST WITH YEAR-ROUND
)lower elsewhere In the county "lair pint box which won b! .
learned something about It !:' fraction of TXm: ALREADY: trade, to become Independent
for Instance: we found out uard in the future If the RKTNO PAID I will to the and ...It-.urflcll'nt. It I I. aUopo '
go Consulthunllnir
At the time of -nUnc. It that a chlorinator and a filterwill ,i p i I grower approve Market said I community wto enough toth.t .ibi* to train and teach reyerse-cycle ELECTRIC AIN-CONOITIONINBfife
:!I I Manager PhU CronkhlU there
I do the job. but the equipment dread 1Ip"'re and I inculcate Mm .
wa lmpoH/ to assess tbedam.tlce 11 far
tereral the box mill 1M pint-Ued. but Into the heart anl
cost at lent I;,, I and, for.shti1I "Ideas
to the berry Chest.
crop ''
I! hundred dollar J; that because: of It* shape, It mind of students .who have
of all the factor: Involved. i i vnnnirh tit plan tor the future .
fill I '
: ,
I' ', will take fewer berries to failed In the normal school. \
such u variance oft In i One of the point broughtout It "You'll be able to gel I ] Ar w. happy with the e.- ettlng and who we commonly compact unit doe lath! Today CLKANEST '
location else and condition pn of d llnq< nry ji t NIt Charley
plant, and the exposure of In the meeting wa that about 1. of thee ftiled. heaald. ,la, Io w. approve of w...I..I.I lfsre' refrr to at dropout There I* ii there'.) no riMxl to take up, grimy byproductsofcombustion.: '
the drinking of sulphur water with the b rrte. you M shame attached to the student in horn to Now can afford thin
the fruit. romlnaT to be a way of precioiM apace your everyone
I 1* not beneficial from a are now putting! in the present I llf. In two or three aT.n.ra- who doe not have acadrmle E. liwfaU. heating ixjulptnrnl, (tsr. .MUM y0jir-round comfort because Elac-

Prior to the free**, onetrower health standpoint denpltt 12-pint flat"Ao tons of trw rant family Ar : tooa nlng .yet Mr Seller rovitrnw-cycla central: anti window' trw: Air Corwlitiorer have been i
said many of the berry ( clafen. to the contrary Last It win be! with berr1r.I. w. complacent abwif; the sa<* would have you! believe \ models now coat little more than l/Htlc-ally reduced in price, over
time w. took! a drink of It I' that thou! who fall In the
planta were large and that : wee. up In Dura County .t a I I.. It I la with other More fart of the hllfh r.leeilene.of normal school: program' ) *r- atreigtduulingunit.( i ..'wj,th.*hailing th.i last several year).

consequently the fruit would dairy where we were told ',t I package and let fruit or produce I rrtm. after all tile ..F'"n*. criminal and being such shout' this question : comfort it practically a free bonus t So join the hundred of thouaw bled
be protected against the cold. know, may Ito the ta.ri> y.r) t,f brlnjrlnr And tli. million ..1fCand..t r.'
may imeU bad but It's fwdfar Who we would boI the ."rol1-e In this I retent $10 ofb'ttriddanealready enjoying.
Howerer. a* It turned out, the the culprit to Justly.! not tnt >"hi" Frrd "salon
yon" The dairyman' *ur come to a time when I Job corps training center If- irk rate reduction snakes. yearthis truly modern double blewiintr.H .
but twice. three tImesand fenceill's
r OM" AD I.NrTJfmntf If we i! Infer that this school>l la G'ttlf' a r'Ju"I.ledric toruJilloning: lrbiggmit \ .-. your appliAnce dealer or air
posterior extending I
same caliber .* the school bargain
conditioning. contractor
want to b* rid) of a noxln>M I hence today.
THE BRADFORD TELEGRAPH at Martanna which I la a state SAFEST by fAt ..dune k and l
w0R1bq COUNTY wed Its root must be : .a
correctional rh'wl. when In >fi .l K>k for wild KameISU.Irtl I
d ESTABLISHED 1879 the forum of atUfk If we I reality no student I* "senten with deadly aim !
want to rflfi..e (the nmN
ced" to enroll, In the Job f'rrti'M, trip wa>4 shot full
'nM ,, .. ra.i.i.weaN of rVwIIji whom the In I -tklJ.i k0/J/ f h1 n1Pj11 & Zc L
.carts K. U. M TTMCW Corro AND Corps ft* volunteer and of .\swn_ i iHunllnirTrlpArcMrnt Hit2
arhooU have n-.r rwh l lw .
volunteerin he accept Oirale i
o .. .. moat DO ROVfCrMINO ,i'olIcy -
Fao.oa' oioca-r Wtmr mw PUOLICMIO' CowC and rectrirtion and control l- '
et Why will tM tralnlnsr! schnola I avaiUbl at Charley K.Johnt :. .. Now CO ALL-ELECTRIC
T''UOU''Y Ussota T"I Sag .....T..D that are Imposed Just a* 'f :tlwawr than ever to
'L1'iQ: planfuvi uc<:.*4* Because do those who volunteer for .tgency.Charley :V than to UOT it In combination with &imtyp fucla.

.&......D CM Ttu._.T AND Cirrcaca A* SBCOMO CLA*. M rts" AT TMPocr military service or colirce or ta

Or.ici AT STAUKC. FLA. UMOC ACT Or M...CM a. I.T.. each berry wUI b! wrapped In any other volunteer program E. Johns
eeHophsn. Onmo to think! o* The merit, of the brocrunwa FLORIDA POWER Z LIGHT COMPANY

D* THE TRADE AREA O.V: TEAR f3JO . BIX MONTHS:! (2 OO It, maybe we ought In grow decided by the Concrruwhen Agency MIlflM vdso '''OIf/ A

OUTSIDE TRADE ARCA. ONE YJJ.UU OO BDC MONTHS U..2S them that war and keep the It passed upon and approved 131 H. Walnut. St. i

1 bird away! the program at the PHO:...: 9(121)1)


Tllt'n oY.. 3.t:(. 2ie
Rn1nronn COUNTY( TM.rr.mrn.. T.\RfV.. r1a1Rtf1A
: rir.Jir. :: -

the sick list ror the past Otis Odomin vltt III ''hI' f'lr'-tilt' (',,"rt of1 ...., ., .. ,ci. ,rk "r ,rhr Tl.lIK. !. !> .i I ::1 I I" p..II.h..f1..'.. .. IStti.l61: '
and Mrs. "
on and Mr. III"'11s u OIAIIL.UH A DAntJV I
l r.r
tlnjHpiltiK .
Holt CViiiiiiv' Klotlihi m' .. I ll Wfl.
two weeks with bronchia I Branford last Thursday. IPI,'in Iliorfut, A. r>. IIMll" 1' I I. II' Jl 1 21 .ull I "of.rt on Fvbruury"r lrrii-' 1st t Ih,:', ccutl\e| perks In tho ffrudfordl, Clwilt .at ihit "i'ir:inIty .,. ,
pneumonia and pleurisy.Mr i Mr. and Mrs Morris Starling of the offi-niiii of Miirrtur I"t".l I.n..u I. day.'r tli,. nl!lranrI.ii.>' aI, *,'U1," .1.l' *l Kl.tpl'D lleulnh M I Mundi ,
I ."nlf"II'R,1, l lthvrofur \ 1-1 '1'0 ni71 t''I': : oIM I 'T""u' th'pUI l> l Clark
Home and M/8.\ Joe Padget) family Mr.and I IJ.KI rxe "'"I 111< CotnlOulnl' ,' will I lie tie k'n .1" '"l thlp.ih
visited her I ..
I ; In Lif. will apply ft>rrlcinilirv In 4'lr- lt PourIlra.llard ..., .. 'sa i I
l and family of Jacksonville Mrs William Tyre and: |to Hlalx'' llniiMl, ul, (;....a,,.. Kliirlilni !. fbani->. : hy yon -
rufl'jnTalluhttHHci, 1-, Klorltla, Cow :N<.. t'A-43 I:: |
visited! Herbert Padgett : children, in Luke Clcy. lus- '
DemonstrationNotes lit Its 11'Xt roKlllllIIII)1" .1./10! ( l.1.rellIerein
SundayMr Sunday. llllMAHK 1 ) lilnlirr( v, JDB H. crlll".d.. 'n
and Mrs. Julian Dlxor : Mm. Barbara Bowen of 1 :x 1 JiifHti+ (|'inc.NOTKTI >
Mll.l.'v'VTNP.MHU !; TO \: "Pn.Ml
had: as weekend guests Mrs South Carolina visited Mrs 1 \1'1'11,...uU To: J'm II. CrliiriiilrnY ShatterproofFlexible
Fullous of Jacksonville an- I W. E. Starling: and Sheila. 1 \ : :#> tl'.liliy' II Allm.A.lilalilc n urliffroby nvtiflntl u i.Ii:.!'
l U. IViwMii1M ll nuit, for I>l 1\"in'<- kips !I.
'Ivt ,r their wo grandsons Jlmmli Monday.: I IrUtU | it 1.21: : tilfil. HKiiliiHl, you, In the .>.p..I' c r P
By Dorothy Rows and Lee Carnaham of Jack : liiliimil. i',,url uii'l", tBiixuti'l, I yHI q J T
.. Home Demonstration Agent sonvllle. I : UI" 11l.S; '* li'iillrll( '" .i-l-v. .1 naps. olymir S Long-Lasting
-JI. I %i. >.< ni n atitivffi or |pirlI l !It"&' l > tinv'tiupliilu
Bobby Mlilmel: is home will i our:. fith ." tti- I'lfilMitf. Ai' ',
We! wish tu express) I will not IIB "rooii'innllilc 1 : on *
his stepfather and:! mother:', I heartfelt appreciation\ for th- I dtlr fifth.. n'.nl', L' Huss,. ,... t farms. """. Ixix preen. StiiinKlorliJii I only 90 Sq.Yd.
Jallmi Dixon, r than inym-lr"' .MID. U "B.' / ii,nil II:.- iii> urlKlnui h I
Mr and Kirs. contributions.!! 'I'i
cards ( :
THERMAL: BLANKETS i i is be severa'' i iI 'i ( -36 Inchct wid.
rendy before plantliiB :: for f'h
after away child care and other klndnesst'S 41' a I
Would you like to have a : :I months in Brazil and India shown to us ut the los, : C i3 I C tl AI,. ta 21" 45" widths.

iilnnkft that can also serve asa gun.Replant the tree at about.i, Leon Carter is in Tamp. : of our loved one. Charlie ant Th'} '3 Starke Church of Christ i ,

bedspread, ,; Then tiy a ther- the. same depth At which It'' this week on business : Kitty McCKavc.TIIK : : blanket. It U I lightweight \, Brew before and water! It well !i Mr. and Mrs. Horace Whit: G.-J5: MacMahon:\ St. .1

:and durable. for several weeks after trans I i head and family of I.laxvill :

When usrd with a liRhtv I planting. If bare-rooted trees visited Mr and Mrs. Hard; i INCITES YOU TO HEAIt ewlnr P..1.d. r.II eh.a C....
d .r.
I I th' ... .,
for .
l'O' T
KIKdT W a.
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the tiny cells In transplanted special;: arc and family Sunday Wl.d.... r..1. rd w. r. IMr'I.a.! .
> r i'!Itfht; cover, i are Padgett I ivilU Come; In andSMIrd d_____ lad w. ,.... N.I.. S..wn e.uw.
the weave trap and hold heat ,, must be taken to keep th? We were sorry to learn thai I way you
tom the body. The blanket is i roots moist at all times and i Franklin llnnnlnsi wa' hurt your fountain favorite, ESI'EltfIOK ;TELLGR'11'L : : ;-- The Herald Of Truth r r

warm. in winter and cool in ; to make sure the roots ore in the pulpu-ood yu.d Monday I, pen i
:itinmrr.: I trimmed off and not allowed I A binder chain hit him i 1\: BUILDERS SUPPLIES

Most: thermal blankets arc to bend around 0doubl..? the mouth. J II. Sr'imclay. !9:00): A.M.1.i STARKE [

made of coLlon.( It does not! buck In the! hole. PTA NKV\S: .'\utl" Th. 9fi
215 i E.: Washington St.
When transplanting, tiecs.remember of Mlddltbun i 1490 KC
pill or form balls /and can be Leon Baxley WPXE
to locate them board m.'mbei "II.I I.., rah< \ Kit I/ 'h
| school
and dried. now ,
washed .
mnrhine I I I. ..'.h" 411,1.1." who ,1..l' 'oa
as similar talk on I f
where conditions are 1 !gave an Inturohting
Is $10 but
The average price as possible to where they our school at the. last PTA/ ', {" ..,. .
l p''" haps you can find them I '" I.:'
before. Plant your tree'so the second Tuetday : '
On ,>
Brew meeting. ;
,, '0''ver prli'O during the Jan- I .. < ',,. .;' ''' ( .
It will have plenty of room night In February. :MiTynes .j.
|I .
t.aiy sales. when It reaches full site.Unfortunately. .: school superintenden! LlrifXWX fwraauuaui
>.II I) \IKV FOODS <.t
many of our Hill ,.pea k. Everyone Is In- ,
At their 1 last moctliiR. 1 native trees are not stocked by I vltcd to attend.RECIPE r ...
M-rvod the older 4-H girls In most commercial 1 nurseries, FOR THE WEEK : i.r '

"11I"kr' lemon sauce over and the Florida !garden: ?!' Cheene-flllcd Omclet 8 rR g

i>i!und cake for refreshments must resort to wild trees! from I yolks, \\ cup all-purpos \ GREAT
IIs quick and easy to make
the woods. flour dash pepper, eRg .
with! evaporated! milk and cnn the Plc- I .
DON'T FOnOET whiten/! \\ cup water, 1 -
,he1. served over ire cream also/ Friday momIn cheer.'
turc Workshop ; salt. 1 recipe N ViSFROrii.
Citrus! fruit Juices added forInlvor 1 J xM rL9tL'r
\* at 0:30: sauce. Combine egg yolks: (
to a sauce made with flour and a dash of pepper: r
.11 pora ted milk help thickenit white -
..AA.A.Aaa.a.Aa'asLAAal1CLAY I beat till very thick. Boat
and makes a smooth, thick 1 add water nn<) 0 1, .
s! till frothy: .... I .r.
>met1. HILL I Holt: bent till /stiff but not dry
guts enloyed the Hauc
Fold yolk mixture Into whites: ,
illKl I YOU Will. t tff ,I
r.I'JI.l.ftOS: :; SAt'C'K: Its AIr.! Inward I'udgrlt I gently but
rimiio ::80.113'1 Pile into 2 well-K''eased/ hot
One-third cto; butter! 1 cup 1 rt'
8'i x 1 34 Inch round
.sunn1, one half cup light corn ... 1 i
a As & && &AA/aa. at 350
--------- --- cake dishes. Bake

snll viup.> .1 one cup fourth evaporated teaspoon milk Attendance at church wallow degrees for 15 minutes tOlfetl1"r or t.1l'' 4 ?% U
one-fourth cup fresh lemon last! t Sunday never-the-less with about Wl 5C layer done. cake Put style with cheer .

luiee and 1 tCi'Ppoon. grated present, but I
and on ten'\)
irmon rind. were glad to have Mrs. Rebecca sauce between w Aru.4.I
Bradford from Stark Serve! at once cutting Into
melt butter.Add
saucepan morning worship pie shaped wedges with t.wo.
and with IM in the
sugar, corn syrup Austin of!! forks. Mates 6 servlnfjs. 3 If L'k1
and Eugene 1W4 U
salt. Cook over low heat Btlrrlnuc -
'' In hurry\ simpl
nigh'iOl'vlC'c. are a
Branch at you
constantly for 3 to 4 Lon tsp'+
schoo melt one 8 ounce Jar trlp'cuse IS} A
The Sunday
irlnntes I Imlxture will become .1
.- '!'Uhtly opaque I I. Remove 'meeting was held at Plckettvllle I cheese spread.GRAHAM. CI D \LIt' r.
atlr I Monday nlKht.,;: Mr an,;II I I
from heat and gradually: ."
in evaporated milk. Add lemon Mrs. Floyd Johns nttendtr I r 1 'i

Juice and:! rind; beat vlzor- I from our church. The count): '
ously. Serve either hot or men leveled the dirt In th<

fold nil a tojsplns for applf'cOf'ecako. new building. It looks nlci 1'f
It-p cream or other and we hope that the wait!, Uy MM' W. E. Statlmg1'holle

desserts( If sauce separates will be finished within the. (! \ IH323C8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA:\ : ', DEEP CUT SPECIALS GOOD r' '

while stored In refrigerator, i next week.The JANUARYli.ITHROUGH
recombine church itched ule ha;, .
brut vlKorouMy: THE WEEKEND.... .a(
Y'.i'ld! : 2'-i'I. .caps.fIt.1NSPLAN'rINI. I been changed; since the day,s The :March of Plmcs voluc .,
TREES!' I: are shorter. MOI'nln'ol'tlhll\ :> tow workers will be calling 011; ,I '; t1 v y NOTE..CERTAIN ITEM

Tim, tlm-j for' transplanting I at 11 a. m : Sunday School, 1 1a. 11) everyone In the Graham areallwsday wd ,. SUBJECT TO I0"i FEDERAL
,n.ea and irubs] Is here m.. Training Union 0 p Jan. 28. betwer 1 EXCISE TAX. iY
f"lnrldllRS! 314 species of m.; and night service at 7 PMr the flours of fl and D p. tn. l
prune. trees -more than any m. Your cooperation and doni
ii ii t,. In the continental U. S. and Mrs. Ijorcnn Pad MOMS will! be greatly appreci I r v
A 'rat! number, of these may RPtt of Starke announce th(" ntrd. Y .>w &

l h" successfully transplanted If birth of a son. Michael Ior.. Miss Judy Druuffhton was DDEEPCUTSPECIAL
iJK-prr piTca ut tons are taken. ?an, on Jan. 11., In Dindfoi"County the proud winner of sellln; >

Before golnjj to the! woods Hospital Mr. P.idget the most tickets for the Jimmy -
t ) rili n tree, l>p sure to act Is the grandson of Mr. and Strickland Show We are If HAIR CREAM SAVE 4U ON 'S

the land-owner'a permission. Mrs. Henry MoMey very proud of her Keep up]
Don't select a tree which Is Mrs." Faye England received the goad work for the March Mcrctwnls
ton lar
the smaller and more open hel' sl tcr, Mrs. Minnie l.i The Bookmobile! \ will he her P'a
urown the tree selected, the purr was mal'1"l<'d. Minnie la ."''n. 22. from 10.30 to 11 a. m. s
i b Mor it will survive the move. has attended our church quite Everyone" net your book I ELSEWHERE... ..... ..98* Ji r lri)

Top soil should be thorou- :a lot. Conaratulatlons. ready to check in on Friday OUR REG, PRICE. .83*
"hly mixed with old manureur Mr. and Mrs\ Elmer CBI.telvlslt'd Mrs. II A. Orlffls of BUm-

n mulch. All earth to go : Mr and Mrs Tluforc IriBham, A'a. Mrs. 0.111FlIl. ,
back: In hole should be madeFIRM" HlKginbotham\ of Maxvllle\ las man of Live Oak and F. I. NOW! 2

-I Sunday afternoon.We nines of Branford: were visiting SAVE 25.40% & MORE ON ALL OF YOUR HEALTH
are sorry to loam .I'mMrs. Mr. and Mrs B. T Thorn rld ;
Minnie B.ixley of Doc). lust, week 'fl
tors Inlet fell and broke i h<" Miss! Caroline Mellon and .& BEAUTY AIDS! OVER 700 DRASTICALLY CUT PRICES..

arm in four places while or 11.tHII'telLon! !\ of WnlJo a'XMr. '
LOANS the way to her dnuxhter'i \ Euulco of Lav,ley wen KING SIZE CHECK YOUR SAVINGS ON THIS PARTIAL LISTING.
house List, Week. She l Is a pa vlsltlnir Mr. and Mrs\. JuhiMcKlnncy : -
dent in the Orange Park Hospital. .
Timber and war
daughter '
Ir ; flSf( I we
[Dairy) Farm! nesdav WHEkE fAIR WHERE Mp
Rant' : .... Alton Mosley is home fL'onlLhl' Mr and Mrs R. A. Fowler

Part-tlnirft he Is Lake still City ill. Hospital bu 3f Vincent; \ Orlando.: Mr and )VP's> DEEP-CUT COLGATE Tooth Paste FAMILY 89c 66' J&J First Aid Cream 59'QtJ 42
McKinney and chlldren. )-
G cncril; Farmstcrrrm EUKCIIC Taylor and FUidoliI1 and Mr. and Mrs" .. JameiMcKlnn SPECIAL! FASTEETH LUG 1.23 91' LYSOL 59* 53
Padgett of Doctor Inlet visit
'r "y of Starko. :Mr and PAIN RELIEVER SAVE 44*
Lung on i ro-p.iyniuiit nn penalty Pd in Clay Hill last Sun.nv.Mr Mrs V L. McKinney: 01Gainesville LISTERINE Antiseptic 69c 61" WILKINSON Blades S'S 79 6

FKDEKAI IANIIIANJC > son and visited Mrs In Parley' Mldclleblu Austinand M I ...1 J McKinney! and Mr were and Visiting!: 1I1'S.I .' AN 'CIN' HALO Shampoo REG 011 DRY 1.00 87' VASEUNE Hair Tonic 1.09 9 97

J ASSOCIATION last Sunday afternoon I Mr and Mrs John McKlnne) H RINSE-AWAY' lOa 8S' .
ion of Panama City ,..Islt!''' J. W Staring visited Mr ELSEWHERE...................1.25 CLAIROL HalrSpray 1.50 1.17 TINTEX '
13141 S.\\. Ulh st. Mrs Wilkinson's parents. Mr I and Mrs: clvde Strickland In 35' 22
OUR REG. PRICE.............99Q j
In J'M* lake. and Mrs. Hardy Puduett.' ore: ilnml;: :Sutiditv: FRESH Deodorant 69' 57' BUFFERIN Tablets 75
the" weekendAtrs. .
inn .
:s. niii" As' :Mrs Nellie Cannon of Branford
-- Flank Carter ha bon 1 U> upending! the 'A"l'l'ktth NOW'! POND'S Talcum 79' 73' EPSON SALTS 5lbs 3

her brother-in-law and Q-TI PS ....
MI tl'r. M. and :Mrs HarlejSterling. 79 tt 59c 48'OLD

I AMBULANCE SERVICE I !Mrs Albert Sparks ant SPICE Shave Bomb laD 87' YOUR TOTAL SAVINGS $30
96t.2600 ,I clillilrrnI! :Mm Jack ,

DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I Millvr at Santa K:" Lake Wednesday 100' _

j afternoon
DeWitt c. Jone'i Registered Funeral Director I Lre SPlll'kO'Isttf'd! Hlllv

Stark. Fia.t I Ward In Oalnesvllle last
I weekend
t RENT/if. SERVICES: Mrs J. W Stuvllnu and son

"0"pI181 Iled's.. WhHI Chairs. Crutrhea.. and Mrs W E. Starlln tm1 DEEP-CUT DEEP-CUT Q J DEEP CUT '

daughter vl..ltt'd11'. : and :Mrs.. t 1J SPECIAL! r; D SPECIAL! ,,.. D' I SPECIAL!
Clyde Od(>ln. :\rl'lIJilrshlll: f + '
I Tldwell. Mrs Nellie Cannon. GILLETTE! STAINLESS 1 SAVE J ON



III ELSEWHERE. .................89.. ELSEWHERE....... ............1.35 ELSEWHERE 9SCOUR
ON CALL24HOURS ... ..........._...
REG. PRICE.......,....73f OUR REG. PRICE..............I.| |7 SSBRQMO OUR REG. PRI CE............87?


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STARKK. FI.OIMO TIItJItSOAV! J.V.V. 21, 1005: ________________________________________________________ _

v'vyyyyyy .... y.. .... .TYYYYTY TT..Y' i continued through Dec. 30 in i iI Scorer In .vyvVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV1

cooperation with other agen I Gary Cooper Is High MELROSE 1 :


KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS I des.The Clay County Civil Do- T

tense has Rescue Units available Mid-Season Basketball Tourney lly :Sirs.: Grant KolhLammer

My Mary U:. Sclmcffcrii .. I at Oiautto Park, Green I .' l I I II ........*.***...a&aS
Cove Springs and Keystone
.***A AAAAA A A A.A A.&A..A A A A.A A Aa l A A A&A A AA4 Heights, day or night by callIng '. '" : tournament I game against the bUaer Father : :MOTHER'S: :MARCH
7 ------------- -- i '
the shcilff's office in .. games didn't go DO well for Lopez team list Tuesday Friday. Jan. 29. Time- 7 p.

CIVIL f)TO.'ENSE WOSLXN'S: DIRECTOTt CI.VA KIIS WILL TEACHERS BE GUESTS Green Cove, 284-3379; Orange .""; -- .. ..-'. 1)1I.D) :! c_..-or-' ; N4 Keystone but the boys played night but they couldn .Jen': m. to 9 p. m. Please leave

TALKS their best, and that's all wecan to score enough !points as the lights Call Mrs.
Civil Defense Director Raj On Tuesday ev.-uln, Jan Park Police Dept. 264-D812: .: ,- ; : I ask of them. i Lopez team went ahead :3428at I George Hanks 475-2833 for

E. Chance was guest speaker 20, the Keystone Height's' or Dlrecto.-; of lights Civil, 473-4260 DefensIn Iii : ': .....! ft..w'.1:;: : The first game' was against the end of tha first half : further Information.
meet- Woman's Club \will have tile Keystone I I
at the monthly business or 473-4851. I jc' ;: ;: ; Branford and Gary Cooper.I The rest of the game followed i| DUPLICATE BRIDGE
Ing of the Keystone Club on Tuesday HeightsWomans I regular meeting at monthly a covered: program dish/ Any or all units are available : '. < : Stefan Brokas Jim Thl .. along the same!!! line and th- I, Winners for Melrose Duplicate : -
to citizens Clay: Coun- > : I 7f:, Oonnie Osteen and Bruce game ended with Bridge Club for last week
rtf ; .. .J ..
Jan. 11. In the Community supper. rather than the usual ,\ \ .
I High
-'. W'f Moon were the starting line 56 Father Lopez 73. include the following: Mrs.
In .
education building. covered dish luncheon. ty any emergency.AAItP 4-1--._. I I
Church -
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CII.U-TElt NEWS; I. ----:'" r up. scorers! were Oary Cooper Mary Cook and :Mrs. H. C.
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The will be entitled .W' '
The speaker paraphrased program ..\ .. After hard two quarters and Stefan Brokas 14. first place Mrs. Emory
a Segur.
Through, At the last meeting of the I ) .. ,.. ..: ..,...,._ ---c. ;
the late President Kennedy in "Fishln AARP Chapter !the mpmbcn )$\.,,.".,..-<_'_."_ 't.-._. ............ the half ended with the score. The!!! Keystone Carrabelle : Cooper and Mrs. R. P Vogh

saying "Not what Civil Europe, and Mrs. Fremont GoodwillIndu'tries I Keystone 9. Branford 30. game was a happy game for second place: Mrs R. R. Br-
voted to a
Defense can do for you. but T(.!lies will tell of the fishing; sponsor for this I In the 3rd and 4th quaiters, the B team, who mpde their I kenbogh and Mrs. Phil Kro-

\what can you do for Civil Defense expedition she and ,her Euro2ethis husband I area. Goodwill piojpct bags were' ds-! Committees Named For Dedication Old! City Hall I the Indians woke up and tossed :: second win of the season I mer. third place: Mrs Jack
took through :
?' Ho told the ladles Iiow tiibuted to members. which in 11 points and 14 points Keystone pulled: ahead 6-1 at Brennan and Mrs. E P.

to prepare for emergencies, past summer. She will I taken to consecutively, But still, the the end of the first quarter I Wright fourth place
filled and
and advised them to read the show colored and slides Mr. Tolles taken will on: may the Nearly be New Shop on Fridays Of New City Hall On Feb. 14th Is Sold high lead the Branford: play- and at halftime, the score I SCHOOL NEWS
the trip,
he distributed. half Carrabe'l-
pamphlets : and Saturdays. Mrs.Charles ers built up In the first stood Keystone 13: I The annual staff of Metros

mentioned a. 10-hour course assist her with any necessaryremarks. and Mts. Mary kept them ahead and the 8. Blab School la planning a

that could be offered them In Cook King co-ch&irmcn and Keystone Heights' new city mnn Is' :Mrs. :J. O. Hanson. II game; ended with Keystone 33. In the third and fourth Variety show on Jan. 29. at 8

self-help and. medical treatment Most people go to Europe will be are assisted by Mrs. Ethel hall will be dedicatee! In ceremonies The guest book will be in To Laga'sseAlfred and Branford 61. High scorers quarters, Carrab--lle began to o'clock t1the auditorium.

to study, or sightsee or shop. ; at 2:30 of Mrs. Dick Sunder- .
starting : p.m. charge for this Gary a little but not
Weyman. Arrangement! will gameel'l' I creep up The theme of the show Is .Lt>t

At the conclusion of his But to go to Europe to fish! I be made for pick-up by the Sunday', Feb. 11, in the city land.WillIam Lagasse of KeystoneHelghta Cooper with 13 points ant:: enough to hurt and the game Us Entertain You." The students -
from Florida at Jr. Is
talk Mrs. John Bird club I And to go sometime a- park. L. Reynolds Stefan Brokas with 8. I ended with the score 29-29 in participating are from
Goodwill! truck
submitted the high
that! Well, at any rate It I Pinna for the dedicationwere chairman In charge of the favor fine Job
asked for an opinion The second tournament of Keystone. A include
president bout Feb. 5 or 5. Extra bags bid of $201 for the old Keystone i aU grades. The acts
on the proposed course.It shoull be InterestinRlGOLFING are also at the shop. 1 made at a recent meet- Music Committee.> I I Heights city hall at a name was with Nw'JI"'ry.: and:! of rcbo-ndlr: t wx. font by singing, dancing, a few pantomlnes .

definitely NEWS Ing when chairmen of the various Mrs. Dan Peter in chairmanof the much more I Wayne Homer and John Mc-
was decided to After the Jan. 21 afternoon game was and comedy skits. The
and special meeting of the city
J. Jr.,
Mrs. T. Hawes.
committees Committee
the Landscaping
and at the were appointed evenly matched than the on Grath.
have the course meetlnthe bi-monthly contestants for the "Queen of
Mrs. Alex, Brokis tied! In theCriers and all members of the council Tuesday night.
business meeting they with Branford.The The Keystone Carrabelle He-arts" contest will
next meetings' will bi held on the Mr. Lagaaxe plans to use the present
would decide the time of day. IB-hole tournament Coun-at second and fourth Thursdaysof :2ttrn. William M. Beam Is Garden Club of the Lakes structure for an office building : first quarter ended with game was really close too | their talent acts. The queen

invited to the Keystone Helshts chairman of the Welcoming will servo with bar. the Indians scant: 3 points close for Keystone G.I'YCoopl'r. !
Husbands \will be each, month. Tho coxeied a will be crowned at the Valentine -
at the cite of development
Jan. a
try Club on Thursday. Committee, which will include Anthony Baker is chairman behind. 5-8. but by half-time Bruce Moon. Tommy I
Join the class, too. luncheon Is is on : Dance. Feb. 13.
dish ,
\ he is putting In on L11yLake.
1*. The tie will be played off
officials and of the Committee. I
wives of all city Tiee-pUntlng had and Stefan
Trlest, Jimmy Thles. -
Mrs. William Reynolds the second Thursd a y I, the Newberry players The annual staff Is putting:
this week.
the meeting by giving at 12:30 and the afternoon of city councilmen bids widened their bad 1529. Brokas were the starting on the show to pay for the
opened Bill the 9- : There were five other :
Mrs. was : M. L. DeB>lley is Bo sure to be on hand! Feb.
Mayor The Keystone players work- line The Indians were
Axel and
The students
Mrs. entertainment yearbooks.
devotional. and
the I fram
The program on the 12 by 20-foot
winner. ,
In holo tournament chairman of the Program 14 and enjoy going throughthe ed hard In the second half i I really behind when the first In lot
Malmgren led the group ladles looklnlfforwal'd social meeting will be at 2 p. building, and one bid that arrived sponsors are putting a
Keystone are : the fourth Thursday.The Committee, with UI'k Spenco- new city hull, which will but !still were unable: to even I quarter ended with the Key- of work for Its success The
prayer. to Thursday, Jan. 21, m. on too late for considera I
decision to I annual drive for Thomaa! as co-chairman.' bo open for inxpertinn.Mm the score. The game I"nd'd I I stone boys 9 points behind price ti 25 cents for elemen-
Aside from the will\ have the Pa-
when they ChaIJ-1 Members of thin committed CharlaaNewman Is tion.The with Keystone 47. Newberry 1 the score 8-17. One of our
and 50 cents for
hold the above class, the ladles their ter memberships has old city hall was purchased I tary upper
latka. Rolf women AS
I'lun- hard at work mural for I
I' will Include the :Mayor's: on a 57. High !scorers! for this gamewere best ball handler BruceMoon grades and adults
discussed the card party for of wolf, top- with a bang. Sixty by the town In 1925
guests a day I '
which will
fling Comrhlttee. the lobby, depict | Gary Cooper with 21. sprained his ankle in
dues The Meirose High School
Feb. 1, It have paid their been
being planned for luncheon. after It had originally
off with
ped a linn rittn iff' crinlrman In early days In thin area anti anj Tom second and .
Jim Thies with 9. the quart-r was
pall Band played their second
decided to hold the of $1. These are already used office building' fora performance
was also NEW: EYE; :: WILLS! as an
I chnrjjcr of publicity. the history of Keystone I TI'lest1th 6. unable to play! the remainder:
my !
Show one day. rather::: members' of the national asnodatlon land promotion companyduring I at the Junior College -
Hobby Thcmai Crutchfleld. Joseph I whlcrt 1 is requirement MV. Ward! Bennetta. will be Height. Mural are nothing At nut, the Keystone-Ha-st- of the Ranr-. Wh"n the hall' In PaUtka. Wednesday
than two days, on Feb. 11 Dcy, Lester C. Humphries a of the invitation. new for 1\Irlf. Newman, and l the 1920's.It I like it ;, shortened
for memb rshlp. chairman I logs game looked was ended the Indians had I night Jan. 20. They also:
At the conclusion of the and .Mrs. Mary M. Humphries : baa been replaced by anew
dent Puckett will call committee.Mrs. judging. from pant/ performances I 1 going: to be a victory for Keystone I Carrnbelle's. lead to f played for football games
refreshments weraserved to presl-1 2,700 toot municipal -
business, added their names square
have nick Spnnec-Thorna! I Is thin one should bo a In the first half the points, 22 to :27.
TV The
broadcast MaJorettes
with Mrs. Herbert Nel- list of local donors ecutive board meeting : building, costing around( over !!! -
tho lung
first week In February and : DneovatUiff Committee chair- beauty. I. boys really turned It on and j The Keystone players really : put on a two minute
son and Mrs. A. II. LegasBee who haive wilted their eyes to $40,000 which will be dedicated | ,
announce appointments to I mnn.JTi. Don Morgan In the architect were ahead 22 to IS at the I put the pressure en with th* I show The band also played
hostesses. Florida Eye! Bank I In ceremonies on Sun-
as the committees. Anyone Interested/ 1 I \ i John. Bird I la chairman who designed this bc.-mU-, rnd of the half But It the 3rd .I successful full court press In with four parades two away
of sight.Gettlrtg I day Feb. 14. It will house ill
the restoration
CARD PARTY for in AARP membership priorto of refreshments with Mr... ful addition to Iey"toneJlI'lghts quarter something happened l the clOt Ing minutes of tie football games and have given
HeightsWoman's I these wills Is n project I of the city offices Including
The Keystone next June will become a nuclei' Fitter an cn-ihiilrmnn./ I I nnd the Hastings: tram started game, and this move brought I four concerts here at Melrose
][ Height' Police Chief Casper Brune's'threlman
a ot the Keystone I
Club will sponsor ;
I Telephone Committee chalr- Inching ahead. The rest of the the Indians within a 2 point:
card party on Monday Feb. I. j i: Lions Club. For liiformatlin charter member! of ths chap squad. The city On Feb. 8 they expect to participate
followed on the same tie
margin of having gameas
game a
into membership Junior
Welcomed at College
In the Masonic Hall. There on this project, contact sight will begin moving out of the I
note and ended with Keystone: the end.d,' with ttv-
since the last meeting I game Homecoming The band. Is sell-
chahman Lion/ old building! and Into the n
canasta, or any conservation I
will be brldae.
Play- Schaeffer 473-4127. are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Will- CVy'VCVV1YVVVVVVVTVILAKE trip also" gave Mrs. Ifnuiler an !structure this wejk, accordIng 48. Hastings 54 High !scorers! : ;I score standing' Keystone 45 i::10" candy so sweeten Melrose
game :you care to play. George to some real : for this game were Stephan I Carrabelle 47. High scorers
mont( Mrs. Alma Dl IZZR rd. opportunity see I and help the band.
and MRS. KROMER< HONORED, to Mrs. Joy O. Baker, city!
ing will besln, at 1 p. m. ;
and Mrs. Auehtrv Vance. snow nrokas 17. Bruce Moon were Gary Cooper and Stefan Mrs. Mary Alice Klvler. who
SHOWER I ; GENEVA I clerk. Lagasae given ten
again In evening at 8 p.and m. WITH Mrs. Robert Kromer a recent Mrs. Nelllo Grayson li still\ \ \ We are sorry that: Mrs. I days to move the old city hall [, and Tommy Trls.t and .12'j Brokas. both with. 13, and I has been on leave U back and
There will be table prizes I
.. Mann 'In" Riving up the writing% : [Cooper both with 9. Jimmy TIthes. 12
confined to St. Clemens Hospltnl I IPh. will relieve Mrs Penny Kanj -
bride honored with fly 1'l' C. Larsen from its site In- the city park I
well : was
door ,
prizes as!
of Luke Qpnevit' News!! and 'I Considering the sl/e of GAry Cooper hUh !scorer in
miscellaneous bridal shower In Redbud, 111. following .. 473-430 n.473.4COIAAAAaaAAa.aaaaa&Aj< I I In other action Tuesdny theoI I j I ove. who has resigned to accompany I
freshments.' And all tor $1 a .
I that If have any I boys on the Hasting team almost Is also the
hope you every !Ram"
serious auto accident about her husband to Atlanta -
her maid of honor night the Council voted to I'I'I |
person! Why not make up I't'-/ !Riven bv: I I
I will !) team made avery
/ two weeks ago Items of Interest!!! you contact I the Keystone : area hhh point ar-orer averaging ,
table and Join In the fun 7 Miss Mary' Ann Srhaeffci1. | lease an additional:: 50) acres of
('OfIlIlNITCIIVIIC'1I: Mr: unit Mrs. William Der- Shirley or F/Jllli Larsenat good showing The first 22 points a at the Srhacffer homo Saturday : the Keystone Airport; propertyfor .
IIUHftV SHOW I 473-4320 or 473-4001. I half ended with the boys only I The girls team chalked
)NK1VHAbout: Wednesday to up
morning, Jan. 16. mody spent I agricultural: 1 purposes' to i January 23 Is the next PTA
On Thursday, Feb. 11, the Games were played and n\ 100) members And Saturday last week In Jack- !Mrs J. L. Walker (RIta I Carl Darden of Keystone Club !* paints:: behind. 4-0. But the another victory naalnst th<* meeting and will be held In

Keystone Heights Woman'sClub PhmllyDinner our teacher' of Home l E"on-!: I Hastings team kpt widening Carrabelle girls The Xlrls led
prize won by Reba Hall. friends( attended the HOiwllle$ Deachltl'1 theirdaughter I J!". tntell. subject tj approvn the auditorium at 8 o'clock.
will\ hold a Hobby Showin of the Community and family, Rich: omlc In thn !Keystone: School their lead and the same ended I In the scoring during the Please be th..rpMrs.
Guests Included Dianne by the. FFA and by the lty'.
the Masonic Hall all day rokas. Roberta. Sibley, Jnll- Church Thursday nliiht. Jiu. and Kitty Tnhoy Nccdl.-'ss: to itpoits that thee' ?Hornemaklnj: :; attorney The matter of lensInz with Keystone!' 8. Hastlnw. whole game The end of the George Thlgpen of

and all evening. A luncheon I anne ?Nelson, Bernice Bruiie 14, ro hear Mr*. Fern Mecum say a !good pail' of their time Classes' nn.l Future Homemakers : flight line facilities at the :20.;! Ulllh scorer for Keystone I tint half saw the! Keystone East. Palatka and Mr Cecil

will be served at noon. There the Christian Horatd As- of America!!! i \II'UVayne Homer with 6 sins' with 20 point lead. 23-
Jo Wldlt, Jackie Fox, RebJ of was spent with the nowust! OrganizaI I airport was also discussed.' a Harris\ of Welaka spent Thursday .
will be displays In handcrafts, Hall Mrs. H. L. Button mother socla.tion and to honor distinguished. grandchild! the three month I tlon of the hl'th' school rrmdj points. | 3. The Keyston, p'averi really with their parent. Mr.

ceramics paintings, antiques, of honoree. and 111An\ guests.At : old baby gill. of Linda Rob their annual field tit: ) Thu'sdnr. The Keystone B team playrd j poured It on in the second and :o..rn... R M Cason.

and curios. Everyone thoroughly na MeCullouah: aunt of ths tho guest table: besides' I erts. : ..j Jan. 14, to Gainesville! : hpI'1"Ve are happy to have a hard game against' Mel-' half and the final score wa* :Mr and Mrs Ray Carter of

enjoyed the last Hobby the ChurchVomn's' piesl- [ visiting furniture a ores. Here herLast rose, but It wasn't good. e- i Keystone 3fl. Carrabelle. 8 Gainesville
and Fred Ellis and the after
hostess Mr. Mrs. : j spent
Show so be sure to Include rolls dent, Mrs. William Wai, an1 In Jacksonville they\ enjoyed seeing() different I Saturday rvenina.vroup II'' nough. The game ended with | High scorers for this gum- noon and enjoyed
Cokes coffee and sweet Van spent Saturday supper with
this one In your schedule for Mrs. Mecum were Dr. and I styles of furnltiD'eJ and talked | of mutual friends celebrated Keystone 10. :Me'roae.. %9. werGirny Ctmrbell l 19 lrrircy i I Mr and M
were nerved by the hostess. shopping! and vlitttlrut\ s Bunyon Keller
Feb. 11. and the first with the intertosdecorator.. I : Miss Karen Harvln'ibirthday The varsity gi me went. ';: Kln
a CIVIL DKIT.NSK: REPORT Mrs. A. C. Holt Mr. ElIU's, brother and wife. j sburjr U, an1 Jr. last Thursday
four circle lead"rs! and their They also visited n fabric:: J with dinner at tl'1'I'own much" better t'"ou.JtVILh Carol Wolfe 8 i I Mr and
The following call wera Mr. and Mrs. A. H Ellis. | 'I Mr Jm Read of
Mrs. Will- store At 1 m. thty went House! In Palatka: Thosffriends Gar Cooper t 'sslna In 31 iI.
Mr and
husband! p.
made, or assisted in. by the mil n kPN our postmaster.i, Jacksonville: spent severs)
: ter Groltck. Mr. and Mrs. to P. K. Tortire School to the \ were :Mr: and Mr'I| p:>lnt-. Keystone couldn't help: I I days
In .
unit. recently
KEYSTONE Clay County Rescue is In WftKhlngton. t) C. on James Hassler. N'an with Mr and
Mrs. Hop
Chaperones wli. The Indans: wenn .
Clarence Davis, Mr. and Mrs. AnnuAl Fashion Show. bu
Mrs V
addition to regular meetings Postal L lue business" ondlhtMdentalht" Y Cra.ley
Charles Wallenlus.' and Mrs.Sara were!!! Mrs. oJ. L. Walk kins. Mr. and Mm. II II. Lir- h i'i, !!h" whole same and wo"
Drive-In Theatre during!! December: to nttriftl: the) Rev Jean H
Chance will
: MUss JKCIf| T al'1'Henry
McDonald.Mrs. er tt'Rcht'rII'S.) Lena Clem- lien ; urnen I-- 1 icore of 83 '.a 88\ HI''"h"iers
I Dec. 5, man: with reported Inauguration of L. n. J. Reports >- I 1 Harvin. Karen und h'sfather. 7fc'OS.Tde666 attend The Diocesan Conv n-
Mecum recently returned one, Mm J. ,1\". Wrinkle and were Gary Co.'r: 31
heart attack, Mrlrone. Dec. 8. have come to this otlbeI .1'>:'1 at
Frt. Sat. Jan. 22 23 Henry. weekf <
from the Mission II Mfs. Watt lUrtenberKh. a'eA n. P' ".' nrokas 18. Brur 1\f3'n
first aid training for students I I I thnt snow drove him off the Uand Mm Earnest Batlett
I. Fields of the Far East and nit From Lake. Geneva guests of th.fir e-s 13.: and Tommy Trlest :anJ' -' -
at Keystone Heights Scho:> highway last Friday lIk1ht.i week'Included 'I Lilted their soninlawC'
I Overnight I.-t !
1 Interesting (films >Mobil Park pu-s'* t "> Thl-s 10
Dec. 11}, search and nt had some "
rescue i but he wall obit to' s'ontintaeI !
Rio Conchoswith which she showed of the< I I Mr and Mrs. JolmKlblcrs. I The boy. py! d n B 'oi
drowning. Newman's Lake; 1 on his way Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. William Beam former neighbor o" "'itj: ted On Next rage i

also. Dec. 17 through 20. Dee Hong Kong ol'phannKe'h rt-( I and arrived safely Bill, who I Sr are on a visit In MIAmI. the Andersons nt Olllforl .-, .'--' -

>, 19, emergency, woman Ini the Churchwomen support a usually; flies on his vnrlmisltrips. Mis. Benin has! a brother living I -
Sslun. sal
Richard Boone i I shock Lake Brooklyn. D?c. 25, foster boy. and of the orphanage elected' to drive his there, and 1C seems that near

and Stuart Whitman search, for victim In drowning [ in School Korea supports, where the a foster Sunday "liuit"! this time and; wu\ surely | they picked' a good time to go I 1 I I I Mr.Ft Wayne'end MtR\! In*! Vie'v toller Stoll-rn o'!! ifflOME( ) IEiTS;[ f,1ElROSE

St. Johns River. Oiangc; Park: ; hope he docs not get lost "sooth.: are the mother and father-in- ,
sir Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Pinalre.
I | in a snow pile. I law of J.ick ras, "stpr'. sister"
Jan. 20 the Men's Fray- '
On ,
whose home Is"ln Indl tn\.
rr Group met in the educational I I Mrs. E.: C. DvkM spent( Saturday but are spending several They were on their way to n DIRECTORYTO

and Saturday nUht : Latiderctale.MURRIEE.
building.\ The Womon'sPrayer I' months here had weekend
with her
daughter Mrs.
WE LIKE -TVte FALLOW WiIo I Group usually meet I I Ekerd. In SUrke guestS from their. home! town -, KF.I'AIR -
thohome : :
on Thursday movnlnm at Their guests. Mr. and Mrs AutoVahers' StO l! upKffriirerntors
Mr. and Mrs. James E: i
OUT AND SAYS of Mrs. Edward Firth. I I ler took a \well-earned\ day LemAy. hive traveled on now Insurance Agency ,ANNOUNCINGijoctzman :; l Ii!) up WESTAUWVTSBeidlcr!

HE AGREES WITH US i Anyone Interested may call I off and visited sick relativesIn to n. Myer. TeTesisiie3$9! |!t up
Mrs. Firth At 473-431)8.) : General Insurance Bros.Garage .
!Mr and Mr. Los Andersonare .\11 I$ 4o..rl"
Ocoi-jjla on Sunday. The I '
i The Joint meeting of the I back from a visit with. I Fir Ca.IIaAhy.nn.* .

Stewards. Trustees. port Building I their daughten' and son-in- I VVHEELER'SDiscount

Committee was held Jan I California Jan: 8. and| WKH I law who are stationed in Ant* Burnt M.t. KIND: OF

21 to discuss" plans for the! burled in Philadelphia.- Columbus O\. They report Keystone H.f&'htJI' 4T .4T".. "KPAIKVOHK I Store Holiday; InnRestiurant

: new sanctuary ing their absence their : !that they were glad to be '1'' TOtt BODY PAINTING:

On Jan 25: nt 7:30: p. m. the I daughter Kathy, was a guest I I II back out of the bub-bub of PORTABLE WELDING r.tnu'r.n1..1......... .tr "..y..I....., '

I Men's Club will hold Its first at the CK-orge :Mama: home. ': of that busy city and the cold ARE TERMITES Also _f'CI: 3-111)1 C.., !<.erk-e< .

dinnerless meeting. The I and daughter: : Patty, stayed weathei they had there. Lawn' Mowers Outboard J F'll' F'n4 Hcal.rat.y' Pric.d
U..n. .
speaker\ will ba Dick SponreThonvis. with the Martin Ramos family. Jim llolcln has sold hla DESTROYING Motor

and hU' subject will' i home!!! in Lake Geneva (Nel- Hwy 21- Keystone Heights. I 7..--n to.hrk The'is'.... nt (MMPI.ETYII.Y *aF.'fODILF

I bf skln-dlvlng followed by a I :Mr: and Mrs. J. W Warren i'1 son's Point) and Is living In YOUR HOME? FA-! Next tore to Drive- fl. ....a A Kill i Tnv Tf .. Of EN T DAYS WEEKLY

I film. and family were' in Clfton,, the Park: with )bit sIster Rose In Theatre ..._. ...... M.fVwUHaer.a b..4.Trreis.,

The Executive' Board of the I Forge Vu. from De<'. :33 till :i 1.tcOtbb.n. Jim has long been FREE l p.'-rgri.*. t--.... _
t ran tSmse, _
1 '"
| Jan. 4 'where visited -
Church Women will mwt In they :>I an "unofficial" member of the AUTO !SF.1VICETerrell's ri.a. '. "n... flxnt7lli4
friends and relatives. Clifton At. Cart lUUUanf r...,.
\ the educational building onI I INSl'ECT1Ocfrk
I Park family so he Is not ai "%sI-Iiuii'. ..> .-. In HlnMn.

I Jin> 25! at D:3i: ,) a. m The 1! Forge was the Warren's home i I newcomer. L.u 1 I Ibis t ....r {junta-plp<. I 1'1'.11' Neetit filM, I4t 11; "tHEIGHTS
general meetlri will be held prior to their moving to Key Tht&X"aj ,
( I Mrs Olson. Fa,. to her O C. Kr.T"T'O"'fC
Feb. 1 at 7'30. Trustees of the atone HcUhts. I| frlend.s is nil settled In her sr..w(1. Gulf ServiceN Carn -* Nursery

cl.Urch will meet the .nmJ1""l"rlnJt Stephanie Shall hnf's.y. I j new mobile home and we certainly S.19: P.. Call M 1.396:; .w Tw4 Tlrr* I.' ML Knot: l>t BUri" 0It.

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I I hope ha will be happy "In"iui 1.00 Up *P ST"| Ii... '00 .p "'- ....__ REAL ESTATE

I'EItSO"LtLM: Robert Shaughnessy. entered ,I !.ahdratlo.. I\a"_ ,, "'....m1.1....._ I4-Mi

i Mr and.:! Mrs. Rand EdcUtrln! Bradford County Hospital! on IiPENTA.M 7" P %t. _...._ d4.4'L75a -

and children hive: moved Into Jan. 13. and at. this writing. Frigidaire Maytag Zenith e'V,_ n-._., .n...._ .. ts.. ,- .. a .., ... IIOMK ret>lr.I!T Imtr4)) J

Car bu"erl'lIf you nnd the dealer t".lr: nv home) In datnsvllle -I was expected' home the early .
APP1, '.cvqr p, ...,1'..... ... nn.Ih.. K. I'K em-lo-|
part of this week 'r"lItnf'f"II
their home WHS
While :
agree on a price nnd you're going; to buy Motorola Zeigler Heaters pnrrht I reaCted. hmt, air roo-
Jan U, Mrs.Rletn
On Thursday.
under construction. Ulpy were :
_ee us for a low cowl auto( loan. Easy Walker KHS Home V ss.-vrp; f'enter mw vn USED dIUo"I.C. large genie? lot.plajrcrouoj .
euests of :Mrs\ Edelst"ln' pnrpnts. I
to arrange and we handle it quickly! and Mr and Mrs. Sain Gardner Economics teacher. her horn' J w TIfl'4s'rIrte.. P,'.,,,,,..* A))1IlIaJlt'nBot -.. and TVWB

conveniently.MMM: Sr I eo, girLs and her FilA gills YEOMAN'S"Sales \'I''n'w",,,_, rtI ( '( liT & SOU! I) n..b.

Mr and Mrs Charles !Mc- all went to Gainesville: for the & Service !''ht., ..., ............. KeystoneRoute
-T: I day where they visited several S.
have have returned after a I _n.... lAll SSs-V McKay, Realtor
and then went
stores to a
hazardous trip to Pennsylvania. i fashion !show at p. K. Yon" \IKI.KOSK;( : I'll. 175.2.171;) : n' KAf>l< "RTTKItOroi of Bargain,:
i: throuah Icy bltartrtv They 3 .
flikI V
HS of .
School. Chaperones' for( thetrip on TVOn kytn. H.tgb"
K.BUI.C. T3TONI taioms went to attend the funeral of were :Mrs MarIe Wrinkly tV'wk r'..f '.,1 TV R.n'n'J. !"if.'" r....... $1 1 1KEYsTO
po- __ _.... ...- Mr Midlave's mother Mrs
-t..iw.J tS.s''V and Mrs Ronnie Harden- "Quality and Price" Kf'"n, Height. 4TS-4&S1: "F: hEIGHTS I n-. nsut.Th *
McQluve.' who died in
.: -: :. '_- :-,:_ : '. :; '.:-::" :7i'C': Mary bcrgh. I

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llilliyr !;
and daughter. Mr and Mrs.\ ,
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John Duncan of Wheaton.Md. .
recently. The special\ attraction .
was the arrival' ot WeD Brand beef i is close
;? l: trimmed of bone and fat '
their fourteenth crankhlld.: ) ; %
Mrs. Dock TIson and d.ulth% % i bI before weighing' and'I ..y'p
ten visited Mrs Tiaon'c niece', '! ii ',bNa packaging You get nnore I
Mrs. W:T.Christian and chili .iii.i; lean tender beef''per 1
drcn la Tampa recently! : ( .i oound at Winn-Dixie.\
A birthday putt was! held I +
for Janet ChUpplnl' on -her I rli'1' lIF"! ri,! w I M
9th birthday at thi home' olh iki I 1111 w1 I'iIHiiiiii -
r parrnts.! Mr. and Mrs. 11
Bert Cr.UpDi: ), on. Saturday '
Jan. 9. Those a tending were : atSG ;!' !,: i iI ,
Chucklean1 Shirley! Button riIi!I:;:! ; :: 1 E
Cathy Per ). Betty\ Ann BEEF: :ii : t
Chaw Jody: Buss n \llI', '
Danny and Susie: Sap;>.. Ce
celia Co'.cman! and LUll Chi-

Monday.. birthday! Jan p'rty15 tl for' Teem held! !II ,.Hams. 3 CAN S259 Steak LB.88F S
BcthhammT on her 12th ,'
birthday, the home of hrparents. I
Mr and Sirs OlvrmRothhammer : 4. 391 W-D BRAND BONELESS ROUND F '
Those attenlIrnc CANS

Berkey beside Carns.the Loretta family Carol were I REG. 69, .COPELAND-FRE!! OR SMO. COUNTRY LI<. R 0 a 5 t LB. 88D ?

and Olrnda Chamblee, Uodl Sausage. LB. 591 BRAND LEAN MEATY BEEF SHORT
Beard her aunt and grandmother -
Mrs. Nancy Hiss. and: SUNNYLAND FREStl
fORK Rib u 3 8 .1
: ;
M- Orant RothhI mm.r. 5 .
Mr. and Mrs V Y. Cran-tey Sausage.. 39
visited Mf. and Mrs. Harry 100 EXTRA STAMPS wlh! Coupon Below & GROUND
Crawley and other relatives WHITE -

in Mrs.Thcroiston.Dock Tlson Oa nad recently.dsvmh- Bacon 2 LB. BOX 9S J. Beef 5 LB. PKG. S 195 QUANTITY RIGHTS I'ESERVED-PRICES GOOD THRU JANUARY 23RDwla

ten recently nisltrd Mrs. Ruswl ..-aal..roa.' ., '''Go w-CO...,.... !I...
Woodard and children in
Mr. and Mrs. B. E Kelley CREAM
pent Tuesday in Ocala. .

('III nR"'T IUII.8.1 MTAKHKScrvirm PTNtT! : PIES J JUICE Potatoes

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for Sunday. Jan : a : !!
24 Morale*;: lymen'a Day
featuring men of the church.. ,
Men; will nil! the choir and .
J .
:3 $1. : :
conduct.the Central, will the be.e"lt'e.liapltst Terry Featured gore Church) of]I.pelke |' SIZE 4 CANS 991 2 BAG' 39":

Jackionvtll. Evening message. G. 4 .
by the pastor-What God Expects
of A Man (Josh 24.15); ). FRESH JUICY
Schedule of weekly cervices.
Sunday Wori4 p. 11 am.j t, d; MCINTOSH. FRESH 0 FLORIDAL
ant 7:30: p.m. Sunday School,I
9.43: .m Training Unlpn: i
6:15: p.m. J APPLESCELERYOrBUeSti : :
"Yednesdxy Family :Vlght:
supper' BIS:! y m.

/ Meeting.Hvlval AT nhMVAL; PI.EA.S1NT TM3:services: MTAMT",Non IU 1'1'13"1'I srt:( ."\, 2 LIS. 39, : 5T&5.15 : 5 SAG le. 4.9"

at Pleanant Hope New Congrefrallonal .

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on the ground U. ; : ... : : :
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preaching The church '1s ]o-' -j.U : : "'. :
Bated three miles north t>f>|! / 1 I / / 1 t I 7a4 ,
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.....9y9.w.......... 1 were served after the bride sonville. Starke began work last weekas accident In Gainesville last r Waycross Ga., and Mrs.; I I Davis. 16. Henry Wade 15;

op:ncd her lovely gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson a part-time teacher for the week, were held Saturday Daisy LIpham of Palatka were NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED and Henry Danzy 12.

MAXVILLE Aii-"B' the 22 guests present spent most of last weekin sixth grade at Hampton Elementary morning at 11 o'clock at Oak vlaltlng Mr. and Mrs. T. L. !I Coach Coakley'a teams were

were Mrs. Coule Isgettof Jacksonville with their son School. Grove Church' at Providence Walnwright during the week CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYSCHOOL good, but unable to avert the

Orange Park. Mrs. Carrus and dauxhler-ln-law. Mr. and Richard Jockel. school principal Active pallbearers wore A. W. All members of the family I I II passes of RJE's boys and girls.

By l\1u. A. C. !Slad. Byrd. Mrs' Florida Bailey! Mrs. Earl Wilkinson and fam- has been teaching tha Whitehead, Roy Carroll. Buck of Mrs. Steve Starling and I I Refereeing. the game were

Phone 2894491McLungWelIhaUSefl! Mrs Frances Bell and Mrs. ily. Mark Wilkinson grandson sixth grade as well as carryIng Norman, Lonnie Clyatt.: Jr. the late Mr. Stalling have the NEWS urine the Starllto Gospel I Alfonso t lMootJ I Chandler. and

'..4 ........44.4.. Blanche Walker all of Jack- of Mr. and Mrs. Drew re- out his administrative Frank L. Thomaxon and J. W. sympathy of their friends In The RJB High School Department I Singers of Jacksonville will beheld Charles Jackson. former star

sonville. cevled severe injuries last duties. The shift was broughton Eddy. Mr. Nettles Is survivedby the death of Allen Starlingwho 24. players for RJE.Make .
at 8 Jan.
of Classroom teacn- I p. m. on the
Sunday School News week when he was struck by by the resignation of M.S. his wife :Mrs. Miriam Nettles resided in Jacksonville. with sure you see
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey C. rolling Linda Hildebrand. who ha four Mrs. K-: Eunice thought ers will be host to Districts:: Services start Sunday games at home. Encourage
The Young Married Ladle: an unoccupied Luck ; daughters, Mrs. Selma
.(Bob! McLung announce the I 4. 5 and 6 Mld-Wlnte: Sunday School at 10:30: our boys and girls for worth-
downhill. Pamela, grand- been working as secretary for lalne Starling Sandra Paulette her
engagement of their only Class of Maxvllle Baptist that the friends here of planning conference on Morning service at 11:30.: while activities.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. both Hampton and Brooker and Marsha Nettles all Joe Lane of De-
daughter. Mlsa Dlanna Gall Church held a business meet- son.In-law. Thursday Jan. 21. Registration Afternoon service at 3 CONVALESCINGMrs. :
Ing last Thursday night at Drew, received four stitcher Elementary Schools for the of Brooker; and two sons land would be Interested to
McLung to Henry Waver and and evening service
begins at 2:30: p. m. O'ClOCk'j Louise Wolf known in
Wellhausen, son of Mr. and the home of Mrs. Shirley on her leg from Injuries received last three years. Mr. Jockel Thomas and Victor' Nettles know of the loss of his mother the assembly at 4. The con- Regerla! Ellis reporter; the community as Mother
in another accident.Mrs. will now be spendIng Lane recent
Johnson. After the meeting Mrs. George ,
Mrs. Ernest B. Wellhausen. work ference will lost until 8:30: p. Flax Howard pastor. Wolf. the mother of lIedrlcltTaylj' ,
HelenNorth admlnstrative ,
John North. on FeslUe
The bride-elect la a seniorof refreshments were served to Sine Iy. m. with the last session a din- Oreatsr the youna ladles attending. and Mrs. Ed: Wilkinson while the new teacher Mrs. The New River Associatlonal Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Llman, Church. Sunday School 10 a.
the 1965 graduating class ner meeting. Beach with her sis
visited Sunday afternoon In Hlbbard, teaches academic Festival Sing; was held Sunday Dayton
at Baldwin JuniorSeniorHigh PERSONALS and their son and daughter- Among the distinguished m. Morning Worship 11. ter. We are happy to know of
School. Saturday night visitors of Jacksonville with Mrs. : !subjects every morning. Mr. I afternoon with the Brook in-law Mr. and Mrs. Earl guests expected are Mrs. O. B. I Evening service, 6 p. m.Rev.L. her Improvement. She will

The date of the wedding J. D. Bell were Leo Bell and Blanche Montgomery. They Jockel will still teach physical cr Baptist Church acting as Llman and children of Harts- McKin. president DOT FSTA; A. Sampson pastor. appreciate receiving get well
visit to J. C. Car education. and have the sixth attended I
also paid a hosts. A good number -
Calvin Bell both of Jackson Mr.
will be announced later. land Vt. were visiting Dr. a. L. Porter executivesecretary Mt. Moriah Methodist cards from her friends. Re-
confined to S.Vincents' after lunch each day.
ter who Is still grade representing the First Baptist -
Miscellaneous! Shower ville. Jack- there will I and Mrs. P. V. Phillips: this FSTA; Mrs. TalmlLahtl Church. Sund.iv School. B0: I member her in a prayer.
Hospital In Friday, Jan. 29 Church of Starko, First
The MaxK'llle Baptist Little Cindy Padgett studentsat week. National Education: Association a. m. with William Holland In Mrs. N. L. Pullum Is convalescing -
school for the
sonville. be no of Ralford
dauxnter< of Mr. and Mrs.' J. Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Barnes and others. Service at
Church was the setting Sat- North It is many ("harae.IornlnK! at her home 917
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hampton Elementary. Church Brooker
urday night for a miscellaneous D. Padgett, was able to returnto teacher work the Kingsley : of Staike were Saturday Mrs. M. J. White is presi- 11, and evening service at Brownlee St.. from three
North scheduled
and Claude as a and Deilan Baptist
shower honoring Mrs. her home Sunday after a Baptist dinner guests of :Miss June dent of the Bradford County 6:30: with Rev. Clarence Ste- weeks of Illness. We are happy -
Sunday In Palatka. Chel'yland day. Church. All who came enjoyedsome
couple of weeks stay in the Brown and her mother DOT. In .
Dan Byrd, bride. ger charge.BASKETBALL to know of her improve-
the MEET
Jeffery North spent PTA .
tine singing.Your
Hostesses for the occasion Baptist Memorial liujpital In very Mrs. Elsie Bradley, who has CLUB NEWS OWES ment. Remember hr with visits -
with their Rraridparents NEXT THURSDAY
Jacksonville.Mrs. day 'I reporter was given n been enjoying the visit of her The Carnation Social and Two home will be
were Miss Gall McLung, Mrs. PTAis games and get well cards.
Mr. and Mrs. John North. Hampton Elementary last
rise" party
George Johns:>n and "Burp birthday
Ron who is stationed In Japan Saving Club met Monday played here and we Invite all .
Buddy Bradshaw. and Mrs. D.
Mrs. Janis mother of Mrs. scheduled to meet Thursday at the home of -
family and Mr. and Mrs. Fil- Friday night has returned to spend some night at the Recreation Cen- basketball fans to attend and
J. Parrish. Jacksonville, Joe Hurst received of were
lingham time with :Mrs. V. R. Reddish.Mr. ter with Mrs. Elizabeth: Deanas cheer for the Tigers and Tl-
Games and
were played refreshments hip in a fall last week at the the school auditorium. In Attendingwere way you write. Come In and
Sunday visitors of Mr. and High Springs.
and Mrs. Walter Dour- hostess. The club will gerettes. Jan. 22 they play
of cake and punch Mrs. Dass Hlgglnbotham. home of her daughter.Mrs. Election of officers for the Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell elect' your favorite E3TEBRKOOK -
buck and of Winter Haven sponsor a pre-Valentine hop Fernandlna, and on Jan. 25
and main son Fountain Pen. TELE
Hilda Padsett will be
coming and Herbert
----- .. Rev. and Mrs. R. T. Wil- Davis and family
.. on Saturday Feb. 13, startingat Cross City. Oame time 7:30.:
weekend visitors of Mr.
and were GRAPH.
liams and family were Sun family of Jacksonville wel'elast business for the meeting : Davis of LaCrosse. Mr. find!
9 m. Donation at the SPORTS
day dinner guestsof Mr. and week visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Nancy Hardens third: :Mrs. Earl :McLcod of Lnke and :Mrs. Guy Flitch. p.
STARKEBUSINESS Mr. and Mrs. Donald door. Adults only. Pine Forest TIgers and Tl-
Mrs Raymond Kllgore and Mrs. Dan Parrish. grade room will pressnt a Butler. .lr. arid :Mrs. Bobby -
All club members askedto gerettes of Callahan
Thomas of Jacksonville were are wets
family. Mrs. Dorothy Waters spent I program. Belling the Cat. Walker of Alachua, Mrs. Ad-
visiting Mr.: and Mrs.: D. B. attend church on the first hosts to the RJE boys and
to Sunday In Lake :MRS. BIRT HOSTESS .
j I Michael SIR de. son of Mr' Friday I die Carroway. :Mr. nnelIrs.:
Thomas and Dlann the first Sunday in February at Penney girls team* on Filday night
Bill ,
City with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. E. L. Dirt was hostess Cecil Williams and girls of
and Mrs.' Avory Slade was Jan. 15.
: part of the weeK. Farms. Mrs. Thomas
Robinson and daughter for the January meeting million
Thanks a
DIRECTORYAUTO confined to his home the first Danny Waters of Lawte the Hampton Baptist WMU High for Springs.the "surprise." Mr. and Mrs. John E. Star Church.-Mrs. Alma Jenkins, The RJE teams were In

of last. week Bud with a virus.Mrs. .and:! was Sunday dinner or at her home on Tuesday evenIng Mrs. Annie Johnson had as ling of Eaton Park spent Saturday president: Mrs. Betty Brown I good form and won over their

Msyers his grandparents. Mr. and last week. a recent guest her brother with Mr. and :Mrs. H reportsr.CHURCH: opponents by 83-23 for th'1

daughter left Thursday fnftl Mrs. Buford Hlgglnbotham. The program. "Identifyingthe Mr. Waters of Lake Butler. C. Walnwright. Mr. and Mrs. NEWS girls and 83-73 fir the boys. ,

REPAIRS- for their home in Virginia! Mr. and Mrs. Ed Waters Issues," was p::esented bv Mrs. Betty Robon and :Mrs. Jesse Starling of Bartow are Pleasant Grove Methodlit RJE girls. unir: the direction i

Beach after spending th" and daughter and Mrs. Doro- Mrs. Blrt. Mrs. Milton Mosher. Betty Walker visited Mrs visiting them this week. Church. Notice: Evening servo of !M"s toes Harvey.

Earl's Gar pro week here with relatives. The thy Waters and Roger visited Mrs. Charles Hicks Mrs. Don Bertha, Williams at Like Mrs. Joyce Futch and Mrs. ices will start at 6 o'clock for making scores were: Betty I
ALl. KINDS: OF Meyers, Max/lllc' residents are i White 29 O. Brown. 10 Naomi
last week In Macclenny with 11111 and Mrs. Paul Estes. Shore Honrltnl I In Lake City Selma Eunice attended a musical the remaining months. The : ; Per
$1 DayALL
AUTO REPAIR: WORKAll making their home in Virginia Senior Choir will hold Jenkins. 6; J. Johnson I
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rehberg Refreshments of pecan pie last Tuesday night. Also aceIng1 < hour at Brooker Baptist rehearsal I
Work Guaranteed temporary;: whi'e Mr. Mey Mrs. F B. Coleman ani coffee and cold drinks were : :Mrs. Williams wa Mrs. Church last Sunday. Choirs of each Friday night! at 7. 4; and Baker. 4. :NEW PORTABLF.S

Phone 9(19-2981( ers Is stationed there with the Mrs. Vince Taylor and children served to the eight present, Eunice Davis! > :Mr. and :Mrs.. First Baptist Church ofStark. The Junior Choir will rehearse The Tigers entered the II l

So. Walnut. !Starke U. S. Navy. spent Thursday In Jacksonville : ifter the Droxram. Cecil Williams, and Dan .. Raiford Baptist Church each Tuesday night at game In a know-how( manner merson

Johnny Dover of Sanford with Mrs. Ray Pellum DEBRA HICKS ENTERS I Withy. and Brooker took part In a 7. Isaac Cummln s. temporary and played with ;poise and i;

AUTO SERVICE Navy Base was home for the! and family. MUSIC COMPETITIONDebra : Bobby Jones visited Herbert singing contest.Visiting chairman of the Pansy I skill, coached by J. Br"dlev '

weekend with his wife and Celebrating Mrs. F. B. Cole- Hicks daughter of Davis!! In LaCrosse Sunday af I :Mr. and Mrs. Ray Commute asks all membersto The high scorer was Wash- I Dahmer's

daulht! rs. Weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Cha:les :Clicks cooperate with the WSC3 !n"ton Chandler with 22
Gilbert S. Brown man's: birthday last Friday ternoon. I Rosier during the week were! I I
the Dovers were Mr. and Mrs. of Hampton, placed high in which is sponsoring the >)>Olnts. Others scoring we e''
Standard Oil night at the Coleman home Say!' would, anyone know aright Mr. and,I Mrs.: Britt Rosier of '
Service f Station
Jim Bird and children of were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Folium I hymn playing at the New Riv- attractive young lady In I Green Cove Springs, Mr. and Spring Rally to pay the Steve Baker '18, CI..nd.. p 112 E. Call Ph. 96 M771
ATLAS!I Jacksonville.Mr. Association music festival pledge on the third Sunday I
Jacksonville. er ; made Mrs.
and family of ttrooker who l la entirely Rudolph Rosier, and Mrs.
TIRES!I & BATTERIESBudprt and Mrs. M. J. Thomas In March. Rev.
at the Brooker Baptist Church Clarence
Mr. and Mrs. B F. Coleman of OHHorted tidbits? I Don Wells and sons. all of Pa
Terms Road Service of Staike were last Thursday I afternoon. Her rating Stffg!! r pastor.
and daughter Mr' and Mn. latka Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. I
Phone OG-.. -;71 night visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Vince Taylor( and family. Mr. entitles her to enter for th VVVVViV.VVVV.-- Patrick and daughters of WHO'S WHO. Rev. Clarence : Spanish Moss!

407 N. TempI: !Stark.HURST'S Claude Green.( and Mrs. James Coleman and second year In a row. Th 1" III. Jacksonville were visiting R Sieger pastor of Mt I.
Mr. and Mis. jMeph Lucas State Music Festival Is to b'> I Morlah.
daughter. and Mr. and Mrs. N. Crawford Mr and :Mrs W. was in Who's -lIS
Bill children drove to Atlanta Buddy Browning. held In Gainesville In March. LAWTEYFuia H. Green and Mr. and Mrs Who Among Students in A. '1 -
Sunday to view the three-inch I PERSONALS merlcan IMAUTIFUI. HUT
Service Sunday visitors of Mrs' Lou I Cecil! Crawford last week. Universities and Colleges. -

StationGas snowfall there over the week ise Miller were Btlley Boyd of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Shealy ., itianehard.vv I Mrs. Roy Quinn of Avon I Officers and members I DEADLY) !!
Oils Lubrication/ and family moved recently into of Mt.
PHILLIPS .'6(1"( end.Mrs. Callahan Mrs. Hln.son Boyj:! '-'-',. ".....W" Park and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morlah and Pleasant Let Us Rid Your Trees
Joe Ellis is Improving and Mrs. II Hunt of Bryce- the Smith house next to Grove Methodist are very
ocly."r Tire A "attM'heROAD ) but Is still confined to the vllle. Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Park "STORK !SllOtt Ml:I I: Starling! and granddauuhter of pleased to read the news of Of It
I Avon Park visited Mr. and t
RRftWU: Duval Medical Center In Jack- They are former residents of On Monday evening a stork' the honor -Joan Tyson re-
Mrs. J T. Reddish, and Mr.I Fla. Pest
I ........."""....._ ...,,"" Atlanta, 011.Visitors I I shower In honor of Mrs. Edwin : I and Mrs. H C. Harley and Dorter. Control
on Thursday\ last Stalling was given by First Born Church of the
I 539 E.;
falmlly during the wfO..k.I 961-3965;
:.1 HAMPTON week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. B Massey, Mrll. EdWard Living Ood. A program feat-

says: Mrs. Rance Jones and family Smith, and Mrs. Paul, I

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room were decorated with n

.a a a a.LA.4...S.. ..... Sunday visitors last week at flower arrangements"' / and thn AREA BUSINESS
WHO FIRE: HA/i.S HOME; the home of Mrs: Ina Knight refreshment table was covered I DIRECTORY

SATimiY EVENING: were the Earl Crawford family with a Vice cloth from

KNOW The frame )home of Mrs. of Kingsley Luke. which delicious refreshments _-_._ --.- -- = -:-
Katie Flora; was burned to were, *served -"-- : :. -====
: the ground last Saturday a- .VV'VVVVVVVVV'rV5 Kveryone: took pArt in a .VUTOSALES&SFRVICE: AUTO( SAUSS&SEHViTK: : : HEAUTY SCHOOL -

USE bout 8 p. m. Located about game period with winners receiving I I.,. 'oforc\"t'4.S'ftt'' !

three miles south of Hampton ROOKERIly prlz s. Many lovey: Barkley Motors Inc. 1 rop cal Pontiac
Did :you: know that 09! out of 100 hotel and restaurants" In the I Learn Complete Beauty IStreit's
on State Road 325. the Rifts were presented to the Bicycle Shop
United States u"eaa for cooking Why l I. go. their choice I house apparently caught on Betty lIsbon honorce. About 315: guests were TRIUMPh: Inc. Culture. Girls- -Women-Men HONDA :MOTORCYCLES

|Chef who are responsible for preparing food food know fire from a faulty flue In the Invited to this pleasant affair FI\T Tuition Rudirtrd
I '4..4....... TRUCK OMC CENTERPONTIAC I FREE Cnnhman ,Jk Vespa Srootrn
that ga bring. out the goodnrM and petlilng appearance attic. ITA :MEETING IIIILMVN A SUNBEAMWe :

of foods and they know its tauter" cleaner, more dependableand I Although Mrs.\ Flora and IIKIIML The Lawtey I'TA met Tues 1OLO Special BrlJAh-Up Course hiucatl..US.ZundappMOtorcycles.sgJ

and more economical. Iin't It logical that you should switchto her son Franklin were able to Mrs. Richard Starling! the day evening Jan. 12. B T 220 NW. 8th Ave. Oalnesvlllr [Central Hairstyling i ,.) ie Service

Natural Gas? : escape without Injury. they former Miss|. Elaine Nettles I Penvy gave the devotional Spet-lallx: In 3"2,2583Replicars : SCHWINN BICYCLES

I I were able to save nothing of wns honored with a bridal followed by the program BALES ft SERVICE r College | Locksmith & Safe Work

STARKE NATURAL GAS I their household goods. shower at the Brooker Community "Lrnd Helping Hand l for Factory Trained Mechanics Inc. tIS W. l'nlenly Ave.

NEW TEACHER: Center Tuesday eveflIng. Better Health,1' presented by 190 CLEAN USED CARS 218 S. E. let Gainesville fleinosslil. 378-77(11(
CITY HALL PHONE 961-2351 l ADDED AT S'IIOOL HostrnHes fur the occns- Imported. Cur SPf'cl.lIsta1F.UC" 376-4101
I Mr:\ *. R F.. Lee with a discuqslon \
Mr DorotJiv Hlbbard of -.Inn.-... tuna... ,n..n.'". -...-. -n'- Cbs..., Z201 N. MAIN : : :
perloil giving everyonethe GalnravlUa 372-4)71: ALFV-ltOMEl': )
i. I-
young couple, Mrs. NetUl'sIIn,1 I
opportunity to expreaa IIn
:Mrs. Starling. About 30 opinion on the subject. The i, Sales-! Part---Scr>,--.. I IIi3 i CAM PETS

friends: nnd, relatives dropped room count* was won by :Mrs JEE S.E. Second St. Gainesville House of

Buick Special V-6 goes easy on gas. In to the recent bride I Fntch'a 4th gride.: Room mo- : Trl. 37*.Ufll I : Carpets
good luck and to shower her them nerved J refreshments after Paly: of 4 Wheel Drive '_ _' "Gainesville's I

with Homo lovely and useful I'AUTOI.GE Only Carpet
ndlournment.' WilES IT'S TI.VK!:
gifts. Refreshments of punch. nii'Kriirrimrs: R.tMDLERAmerica' _______ i Shop" i

low sheet ciike. mints and nut Cirnce :Methodist Church Finest Economy Ca* Paul's Auto nir.r.MmMrre: : CallMayflower
Its :
Salvage .
price I .MOIUK.N: : TIltING
8.a1. and Service I'
wore! served
School 9'1a.m.: ., Worship 11 I We Buy Wrecked Cars Expert Instillation
:\1 \J ('II OK DIMKS. :!! SHOW At Inc.
hard on resistance. a m. F.vf'nlnaWor "lp 7:30:: I TOP PRICES I Ml .Ii... :Main-370-3913 ,

goes your The Bradford High School p.m.. Prnver Circle Monday 0 Ridgway Motor Co. ; U.-S: Gaines rill* ,, Pall CnHM-t-- _SIM.'PAI.VT P.._"_,'_".
Auditorium wan the si-UnR R.m. MYF Wednesday 7:no I I Make Jtt ;Models -:

for the :March of Dimes Show Visiting Rev." and Mrs.. John ; 1112 B. :MainGaiflL.sVIfla Part I('ONCHETE I'llODUC'rr'I : : & GLASS
373-S433 I Teletype Ser'k*-.-We Will
featuring Jimmy Stricklandand Perkins. for the weekend were '

his bund from .it Jacksonville their son and daughter-It-! .1 Find Any Part For Toe INSIST THAT ALL YOUR Liddell Paint &

television station as Inw Mr and :Mrs. Perkins I
/ Gary Gainesville Glass Co.
guest performers 'H.irnli: Da- nnd children of Jacksonville B & G Motors Co.CAIILLACOLDSMOBILE. I S7-431I CONCRETE PRODUCT 1
441 N.
Put Stock Yard I KTA.MZC: PAINTS:
via chairman of the Bra.Ifonl, n..n"h.
County March of Dimes has i First Baptist: Sunday School : : [ Air Conditioning. Heating'!; ARE THE BEST rn,,
c.._ really gone nil out to make Tab Enclosures: .' Shetwe*
10 11 m.. 'I Edwards
a. m Worship A. 1 j Building
this year's :March. a real success I Training Union 6:10 J:: p.m.. Evening SALES &I SERVICE r Doenu..d...* Awataf .

There are several other Worship 7:30: p.m. Prayer Fine Selection of Used Cars RUSS'S SHEET i rI Supply, Inc. Carpet Wallpaper 8tarfr _

event to take place In the :MeetingVeuinesday 7:30: Taken On Cn.fcllao Trades I 12.btnS13UU; nt .

near future to benefit the p.m., Brotherhood WMU.: Y- tOOl I N. W. 13th. RU 441 METAL, INC. OTNKSVTt.t.E FT.A NW. Sixteenth 8*.

I I II :March, also under the direction WA R.and GA, first andthird PHONE I7-71IS' j GARDEN SUPPLIES fl4TNhVBJ7: 3T71 1
of :Mr HuvK) Attendingthe :
SundaySchool -
I Thursdays. ,....t1nI. _
show from Brookcr were officers and teachers '. I'l.ATIXO

M>". Carol Lee Jones and UDcoln-\lt'rt'lIl'7--Co: _' Air Conditioning 'Johnson & Faris Inc. I
'v meeting Saturday 7:30: p. m USED CARSAuthorlMi ( ,
)\ Ocala Chrome
daughters Kathy and Thrcsdn Rev. L. A. Rawls a ntlr..1mlnlstll'
sales & Service I
Mrs. Gertie Jones and of Jacksonville Sheet Metal Complete Line of
Plating Inc.
., VU-ky, Mr. and l Mrs.' Clyde ,
_" brought the message Sunday SEEDSPLtNTFERTILIZLaaS%-
CraneLincolnMercury I
2320 N.E. ISth Terrace Copper Nickel. Ctiromrum
Green anti children! Mrs. Nellie morning and evening and was
'" Cone ant John :Mrs. Oernldine a dinner guest of(1': ant (1.tlNEMV11i.I37682Si : : Cadmium. Metal FlnUMncCuAom "

J We put 6 big reasons to buy a Iluick Special under the hood. And another small Inlght.trs.: :Margie :\Inr. Earl Teston and family : R....... S7A-S7I MonM I In..fO..Wl'fOt. Supw..W. AVTIQfE CLEANING Baffin

one on the price tag. The six ore a set of the live-licit, thriftiest c>Under that Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. James !Mr and Mrs. Eugene' Pearson SOt E. Unlvenlty A**. I Rent Fertilizer, Spreader sn.nR.: RR3. COPPER

smooth Temple. and :Mr. and Mrs.. Bradley Oalnesrille' 373-4331 Automatic Transmission 224 NW 8th Ave
They're all arranged! in neat .
ever zipped you merrily on your way. (.Vlohratp 6th Illrtlxluy industrial Hard Chrome
fashion. They add up to 21S cubic inches and 155 hor cpcmer, and make other Miss Thressa Jones celebrated meeting Norton and attended dinner the of the tui- English Ford-Vol\'_ PHONE I7t-47 IS44 NE: 2nd AT*.. Oeala

arrangements of 6 cylinder* nt 'in r> imilive. That's not all. Special sports Buick her birthday Saturday afternoon pont Employees Credit Unionat USED CARS City Automatic Os IrwrrlTV! P". DUI &

comfort, Buick al)Ie and truilition: l Iluick quality. The price tag? NVo saved the at the home of her Soathslde Elementary SIS South Main \ TYPEWRITERSHancock

best for last. parents Mr. and Mrs. Bobby School In Starke Saturd.ayevttnlng GaInesville S13.3831 Transmission, Inc. LADIES WEAR

5ln-'f.ic'.i',..'. ....11I..UmtMl. ....." prIce fur ".........1 V-. J-."lf. rniip, .*. Prlr* lncl lu.I.(.. Jones. Approximately IS of DODGE D\RT I I Tvo write
$23- 43 00 I..d ...1 I L..... Iii. ..oI ...11....,...,. 01......' do".-r, nu.l. h......".... >huril. ("..".....ri... Thresmt'a playmates stopped!, Don Lee who has enlisted Repair A Cithanc
000. ,'hMoI.....<< Int upllon.iI. ..quipnini... ...... end Iod| li..ftiMNj illluuwlWouldn't >. In to say Happy Blrthd.iy and I In U.S. Service' left Monday.Jan. DODGE: TRUCKS All Makes and ModeIaTRt'CKS f Cherry's EXChANGESmithCoronaAutJ'ior1.s5

bring gifts. :Mrs. Jones served 11. and Is taking his basic Salee-Pact.-.Serylc.
you really rather go first class? .A CARS | OalnerrUle' Most PuhU>nat!>b> :1 1I f Dealer
the youngsters birthday cake training at Fort
IIP..ndabie. UsedPooleGable L.- Dranometer Pre-Tstd Address For" Ladles nary'rTet&11a"
UICK MOTOK CIVICIONSee Cokes and candy. They w..r.aI C.\ I

your local authorized Huick dealer given! bubble gum and :Mr. and Mrs Glenn \Vllllnmnon Motors WORK Ol''R.' 'TEED- | DRESSESSITTS.'O.tTS)1.TERNITY SALn3sm AddIng: Machine VICE-Caleutetor

balloons. and children of Macclenny j : WEARACCESSORIES RENTALS
:Nettles Rite !SattirdyFuneral spent Sunday with Mr. 119 S. E. let Ave. GalneerUle [ 1409 S. Main '
L ; aimnmU with. .. ""L
services for Ellis I and :Mn. H. T. Bennett. '('
PHONE 373-4343 I I 105
CalnearUto J7I-31M W. University. Gainesville 441 N. Main S&.. OalneertO*
Nettle! who was killed In an1 Jack Wainwright and sons
I I Phone 378-Siil