Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 17, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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; Official County Publication Established. In 1879 --

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JAN. 17, 1963 NUMBER T\\ "'TY-NIXE
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!I! Land I Sales Two Call St $70,000 Of Improvements ;


f I Total\ $$234,600' I Firms Sold .

I Council To Ask Bids

: This Week

Since Dec. 3 <, .,

I <1< TwG long time Call Street

Land transactions in Brad "L. business firms Canova's

ford'' Cotmty from December ; Pharmacy and the Starke On Water Project

3-to date' total l $234.600. ac- .-. '...i .4 I' ?' Hardware Company located

\ .cording to-.deeds filed in the V '. I_ directly across the ,street
county, clerk's office. ( from each: other
.Only transactions of $1.000or \ % ,: ; 4 .{"I. ,". -, i'\ hands this week. Starke's city council, at its regular ,meeting Tues

more are listed here. Prices .. : .1' Sherrod 'Hamilton" former day night, instructed its engineers, Reynolds, Smith, 11 I

are.figured from documentary '1 pharmacist a.t Mitchell's ,Drug _, V and Hills of Jacksonville, to let bids February 1 on

tax;stamps affixed to the -' Store and a resident of Starkefor : approximately $70,000 worth of improvements to the \

deeds. ';', two years, has purchased : city's water system.
Raymond B. Bryan. Duval h \tf.ff Canova's for an undisclosedsum. through an extension of the
Under discussion for
County to/. Clarence 'Moore. 'i some present loan of about $60,000
Levy Canova', who has
time by the council, the improvements -
Starke.. 20 acres of land. .J- owned and operated the familiar which the city owes the Florida -
designed primarily -
$2,800.> 444'F:1 f.\. V VV Bank at Starke The city
drug store for 33
to remedy the foul
John H. Mixon a widower \ is presently retiring the debtat
years will go into retirementbut taste and bad odor of which
and. Jean D. Mixon, a ,widow, will assist Hamilton in '! the rate of $2,500 per
to, theInstItute. For EssentiaJ many residents have complained month plus interest but the
setting operation of the
up for time. Earl
Housing, Inc. a 'New Jersey business. some payments will go up when the

) corporation, lot in Countr'Club !: M. L. Proctor of Gainesvillehas Bessent engineer representative -.': loan is Increased. according
who spoke to the council
Estates, $3,000. to City Clerk Merrill Ed
purchased the
Starke Tuesday night about the Improvements -
Willie ,Brown k'I wards.
to L.
Hardware Company from H.
warned the
K. Whitehead
and Maitland Bids on equipment for the
C. Ritch.
He has been in that these problems would
Whitehead. in Reno. $1,000. 4 improvements will be openedat
business for 16 not be cleared night,
,A. J.. Thomas Jr., Executor up over the February 19 meeting

4 ef the will of Nell W. Pearce. Sheriff P. D. Reddish (left), Mrs. Lillian Jackson, manager of Eagle's' Dept. Store, and year.One of the first moves however. They should of clear time I of the council but the bids
t up over a period some
deceased, to Peter D. Johnson Deputy Sheriff WiUard Williams I on the actual construction.
examine of the
some clothing recovered from the recent made by Canova's new owner he told the council. I
Starke residence. 6000. robbery of the Call Street department store It took the,sheriffs dept. Just one week to when he took over operationof A major portion of the improvements I I will not be opened until th!

J; E. Tbmllnson Starke, to nab the robbers. the firm Tuesday morningwas will be the installation March 5 meeting, the council -
Norman Lee
-Allen. Starke. planned Tuesday night.
to reduce coffee to five of two aerators and
residence, in Saratoga Heights Improvements at the num-
By Dept.Clothing. cents per cup. Hamilton says three chlorinators to remedy
ber one water plant at the
p V he will also increase his inventory the bad water situation

bert Pate Brown, Starke. to Al- ) of both sundry items ___ ..-.-- __. ..-. -- .. -" .-,-' -. .- ___V_ well as a new well which will electrical plant on East Call
Wesley King, Starke a Street will be one forced
prescriptions within the
tot U.700.' ensure residents plenty of draft aerator two
Theft Solved next 30 days. New hours of I Jim Bloodworth Is when chlorina-
water in
John R. Davis to Henry RecognizedFor even dry spells 'tors [for both the old well
the store will bfr 8 &. m. to 8 the is low, the en-
Llle!Martin Starke. residence. pressure and the. new one to be drilled
p. m. each day and 1-" p. m.
$9,000. Recreation Movement Role gineers said. there], a new well, rehabilitation
Don' Newmans to- DeloresN on Sundays.No The project will be financed of the old well, water
V' In Just Seven changes will be made m
; EWtson, and Kenneth Elix: Days i meters repaired and an indicator
the employees of the drug The Starke Recreation Department movement in the city of
4 Don; .Starke. one acre of land, : totalizer to keep recordson
: store and George Canova, and the National Starke and Bradford Countyin Meter
91,000. Hearing the amount of water
'V Three Jacksonville son of the former owner will Recreation Association has a- 1961.
Clinton Barton to FrederickL. Negro men are lodged in office andwhen'Bradf4 Officers pumped installed, as well as
Columbia remain as front manager, warded Jim Bloodworth the This award is presented to
Croft, Keystone Heights County jail, charged-among other'things- went to Macclenny a new chemical feed stabilizer. -
Hamilton said.Hamilton certificate of appreciation in the outstanding individual
parcel, .. land. $8,900: with breaking into Eagle's store in Starke and taking where the men were being Set Tuesday I
who liy.es on recognition of his outstand- and group who contribute : ,
Hans ossman, Rkigewood .clothing valued at around $3,500. i held, they found them wearing At the number two water
North Walnut Street, is mar- ing service to the recreation most to recreation in each
County, N. Y., to E.- M. Pre- Sheriff P. D. Reddish said articles of clothing taken plant at the city garage in

vatt... Starke: one iCre'of,land, 'that investigation was still tody Sunday near Macclenny from Eagle's store here. Sheriff ried and has five sons. city. V For PublicA northeast Starke a gravity
Mr. Proctor will bring his Bloodworth was ,a charter
$2,800. pending and other arrests are when a Baker' County patrol Reddish said that mostof New Golf Pro aerator a chlorinator and a
wife and four children to live member of the Board and alsois I
''Edward Blake! Jackson, expected before the case is stopped their car on Highway the 50 suits stolen here had chemical feed ,stabilizer will
chairman of the Recreation
in Starke at the end of the County.
Bt rke, to Grace Van Pelt, closed. The Negro men are believed 90. The patrolmen were been recovered from "fences" Board. public hearing to de.l be installed, as well as the
present school term. .
Starker; residence. 5800. to be "professionals" searching for parties implicated in Jacksonville and Gainesv1lleiler1oughtthe :Is Named .ib; cide the fate of Starke's well meter repaired and indicator -
._. .. .!.WAS.. ,one of the leadersin
\ in armed '
Blanche Colbert, Ge'raMlne operat1ng with a ring implicated robbery of- ; .stolen I obtaining ,a full time Re- parking meters: Hill be',held totalizer'! Installed. A \.

Colbert and Thelma Corwise. in other thefts here as truck driver and were stop goods from the Negroes lax firm Wins creation Director in 'Stark, i by ,the City,Council Tuesday new meter' and an indicator

Palm Beach I County to R. R. well, as in other towns in the ping all suspicious-looking vehicles. Sheriff Reddish said the Inventory A new golf pro and greens ., five years ago. night, Jan. 22, at' 8 p. stabilizer' will be installed at :

t, Andrews; Starke.. 60 acres of Jacksonville The Negroes are not had not been com 'Warning SystemBid superintendent has been en- In above photo. Bloodworth : m. the number three water plant

land. t3.000.EdWafQ : area. believed to be involved in the pleted Thursday! so it was not gaged to replace Pro Ted Fox (tleftl] is shown receiving the The. meters were sacked at the Pratt Street Play-
Carwise Carrie L The three men Curtis Bur- armed robbery, but when their of the whose resignation from the last I ground.An .
known just how. much For CountyFire award from Buddy Elliott. fall, at the request of
Colbert,Nathaniel Colbert. Jr. nell Fort, 18; Clarence Melvin car was stopped it was found stolen goods had been recov- Starke Golf and Country Starke recreation director. Starke retail merchants, 'or added improvement will

ind 'Vernell Colbert, Palm Smith, 20; and Eart Sta- to be loaded with hi fi sets,i Rshters EquipmentCo. Club will be effective Febru- a 'trial period of three be the construction of a sew-

:Beach ,County to R. R. Andrew ton: 21; all of Jacksonville, TV's, radios guns and other ered. It is likely that thefts of Jacksonville was the ary 1, according to Club months, which has now ex age pumping station on U.

f $; Starke. 60 acres of land, articles stolen from the Western from Starke Dry Cleaners and successful bidder at $3,120 for President Clyde Terwillegar.The Jerome Johns pired. ,The merchants asked S. 301 south to carry sewage

I $3COQ) :' are in Columbia County jail Auto Store in Lake City.; others in the area will be the equipment and installation new pro is Homer for the sacking of metersIn from that area directly to

Lawrence' Eugene Storey to due, to their implication in a Knowing of the prior thefts cleared up before the investigation of new fire sirens and warn- Wood who, according to Ter- Gets 2nd Term an effort to stimulate {he ,treatment plant. The new

I diaries .H.. Wolf, Jacksonville, breaking and entering case here, the Baker County officers is completed, Sheriff ing signals Uv Starke Lawtey, willegar, is "a very fine golfer. business in the central business pump will allow the city to

lot hi Santa Fe,Shores, $3,000. there. notified Sheriff Reddish's Reddish said. Hampton and Brooker. ." Wood will come to AsCoiCHeadJerome district. add'several customers in that

James.,U.. Andrews and Guy I _They were taken into cus- The bid was accepted at a Starke from the Jessup, Geor- Mayor Randal ChItty, an area.

-'I Andrew\ ,to: Reba A. Nors- Coach Praises TeamTornado special meeting of the Bradford gia Country Club and before Johns, local bulk advocate! of taking the

worthy. Keystone Heights. Ti County Commission held that he was pro at the Lake oil dealer, was re-elected meters out, said they were New River Baptist j

residence*#,000. +I Tuesday afternoon in the City Country Club for four president of the Starke-Brad- no longer needed for traffic -

Ellis R. Cooper to James H. courthouse. Only two bids I years. He has golfed for 10 ford County Chamber of Commerce regulation, and could Church Enters
McEachern. Keystone Heights Cagers were received, both for the years and is a member of the at a meeting of the directors not be Justified on the basis Project Group --
of'land same face amount, but the Professional
parcel $1,900. Golfers Associa- in the Garden Restaurant of producing revenue

_ Canal Timber Corporation Jacksonville firm's offer was tion. He will give. golfing lesSons Monday. H. Bishop Jr. for the city. The New River Baptist

to'Clifton and Pauline Smith, accepted because it carried a when he assumes his was named vice president and Ajt thissame/! 'time the! Church has entered the 19S2-;

_ a Lawtey,. parcel of land. $3,000. NippedByPKY two per' cent cash discount. (Continued on Page..4)Woman's ) Charles Sawyer, treasurer. R.'I council will hear anyone I 63 Southern Baptist Church

_-_, Gertrude Kelly, Brooker. to and was .o.b. Starke. H. Mclntire was re-elected with proposals for special I Development Ministry, accord-

W. F.. Andrews Brooker. parcel The Commission will pay 25 Club secretary-manager for the local legislation at the 1963 1 Ing to an announcement by

of 'land 20000.. .4 per cent of the total cost of I To Observe new year. session that might affect the.pastor, Rev. Rex Brookins.:
Nelson B%,Blocker to ,U- J. Although Coach Erwin t to; play the star Blue Wave the signals each municipalitywill Two new members. George the operation of the city I I Sponsored by the' Home

KIte. timber deed to tract of Land's Tornado cagers play'J center Dempsey Springfield pay 25 per cent of itssignal Arbor Day W. Roberts and Seeber D. The public is Invited and i Mission Board of the Southern
ed their best all-round offensive I fouled out and Richard and federal funds a-
land I
$30,000. Tuesday's
_ Goodman, were welcomed to urged to attend next Baptist Convention, the
r' Viola G., Osborne to J. DPrevatt game they were nicked Hobbs a Bradford hero last vailable through Civil defense, : The Starke Woman's Club the board.It hearing.License I I plan is to stimulate interest in
point, 48-47. by P. K. week when he beat Santa Fe will 50 cent of the total II
4 parcel of land. $6,000. one pay per will observe Arbor Day on Jan. I church work. Participating
Confer- with a last minute basket, was announced that the
Floyd; Oreen. Coilette Rocier : Yonge in a Keystone cost. 18 by planting a magnolia tree churches in a recent year recorded
f missed his free throw.P. annual banquet of the Cham-
ence fray Tuesday and handed The new Starke siren will on the Bradford County Hospital
her' husband and Floyd twice as many baptisms -
ber will be held Wednesday,
a losing week. K.'s Stearns then came cost around $1,575 and will grounds at 2:00: p. m. Fri
,I Green attorney in fact for L. Tralling'the' Blue Wave by on to replace Springfield and I replace the "worn'out" siren Jan. 30, at 7 p.m. In the Ele- Selling Too Slow, per member as the

.' Elizabeth G. Ritch and N. T. ------ five points 42-37, at the beginning score his only two points of now in use. It will be a. three- day.The :I mentary School cafeteria. Millard Tax Collector SaysTax Southern Baptist Convention
K Ritch McComb tree is being planted in Mr. Brookiiu said.
her husband; Caroline A Noblin of the Industrial average
to win it.
of the fourth period game-and phase system with timing equipment -
it I 0.. Raney. her husband; and accordance with a plan for of the Florida Development Each participating church
the Tornadoes put on a surge last attempt by Starke's Harold and will be capableof Department Collector J. R. Kelly I
Jack McComb Woman's Club in Flor- selects relating to the
Eulalie Ditmar and C. H Dit- every Commission will be projects
bounced outof the U I :
and went, ahead 48-47 with Bishop several different tones said this week that automobile
znur her husband, all oft ida to plant a tree in honor of speaker. local church the community
only seconds remaining in the basket as the buzzer ended designate different types of the principal tag sales are going very slowly -
immediate 'm1
Mrs. Frances Hall and world-wide 1ons.
t [Continued on Page 41 Nominated For game. But with only seven the game. signals. It will weigh around past president of the Florida The directors voted to join this year with only a little

.1 seconds left to play a Blue Tm very proud of them" 500 pounds. Federation and chairman of the new Civic Round Table over 600 having been sold eo

_ AF Academy Wave sub Robert Stearns Coach Land said of his valiant Smaller sirens costing a- conservation for the General and named the president and Rotary Hears

Unusual :I i sank his only shot of the Tornadoes "Before this round $400 and weighing approximately Federation of Woman's Clubs. vice president of the chamberto far.Approximately 4,240 tags of Hospital Chief '.

t Musical) Program i Jack F. McComb Jr., son night to win the ballgame season is over we're going to ; 80 pounds each, serve as representatives to all types were sold in Brad-
The tree was donated by
THE I of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McComb 49-48 for P. K. Yonge. It was beat some good ball teams! will be installed in Lawtey, that group.It ford County last year Kelly's William C. Baldwin, admin}:
Sisters of Starke has received a prin- the Blue Wave's eighth winag9.l.nst .. We still haven't reachedour Hampton and Brooker. Jones, and was also decided to invite office said. The tax collector istratlve assistant to the chief I

Eppley : cipal nomination to the U.s. two defeats and their peak," he said "This planting will' be under the direction members of the chamber. in urges that car owner pur- of staff of the Veterans AdT- i

,Gospel Quintette I Air Force Academy at Colorado fourth Keystone Conferencewin team still has plenty of room Pecan Sale Totals of Mrs. P. G. Felos rotation, to attend the direc- chase their new tags well before ministration: Hospital at Lak*

I Springs by Congressman against no losses. for improvement whereas .$35,666 In 1962 and Mrs. H. V. Knight of the tors meeting so they would the 'February 20 deadline City was guest speaker at the Ii

t FirstChristian D. R. [Billy Matthews. The Another bad first quarterput other teams probably have club's beautification depart. become more familiar with the to avoid the annual last minute V Starke Rotary Club Wedne: i

Church \ announcement was made th3J the pressure on the Tor- already neared their: peak for Pecans sold through the I .ment. chamber work. rush. day. i

f ,Friday, Jan., 18 i week, by Cong. Matthews, or nadoes all night long as they : the season." Starke State Farmers: Market ,-,-"",. .'" Mr. 'Baldwin gave an Interesting I

7:45 P. M.\ .fice in Washington. fought back from an early 18- "The entire team played a during the 1962 season"totaled ,: :' : discussion of the 468- I

; McComb is a senior at 11 deficit in the first period good over-all game and it's 100,710 pounds with gross receipts :f .. .;j. .'. .. bed facility.. which he described -
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Public Invited I Bradford County High School and from 30-22 deficit at the hard ,to single any particular of $35,66654, according .". :. : .. as "jam full" at the p??5' !.

and has an outstanding record beginning of the third peri player out" the coach said. i to Market Manager J. R. .'..1'< ., '.41..t.. ... ;, time, and details of its $4 million

PTA Antique in scholastics and athletics. od. By the beginning of the But he called particular attention Wainwright. Prices ranged ;: 4- ., : : ,., annual budget. He higjj-! ;
r He received 485 out of a fourth quarter the locals had to the "outstanding from a low of 20 cents a &J ._ ",.. 'f" lighted his talk with a series :

Show and Sale possible 495 points on the recent cut PK's lead to five points and aggressive" rebounding pound to a,high of 51% .cents! .5 of colored slides showing !

_V senior placement test, as they began to breathe job of senior job Billy Dowl- with an average of 35 cents. w 3 _. -I' .' every phase of the hospital' II I

Jan. 18-20 and has also shown exceptional down the necks of the Blue ing and to Richard Hobbs, Mr. Wainwright expressed ; : : operation. V

2PM.to8P.M. I qualities of leadership Wave. the leading scorer with 13 I belief that growers should ,{ .it'G Mr. Baldwin was Introducedby

I Jan. 21, 9 A. M.-3 P. M. I! and achievement in extracurricular John Williams and Bobby points, for his job from his give more attention to bringing /" > '; Lex Green, who had charge. "
activities during his Moody made it 41-42 with f of the program. < :
spot. back into
guard heavy produc- .
Bradford Co. Fair Bldg. I 'C-'Jioj'
I' 5:54. left the game with a Carl Minx of the Western
school career. in also hi
Land was very high tion ,some: of the groves that ;.
I Cong. Matthews said he was basket each. The two teams his praise of the crowds have been neglected in this i Auto Store was welcomedinto

Thl Space ContributedJVetklr I I I pleased to be able to nominate exchanged baskets twice before turning out for basketballthis area in recent years- He said : "" !:I J the club as a new member -

I to Publidzd I this outstanding Bradford Starke went ahead for season and the high that .wttlt proper care and attention lfJ\ at this meeting. ...

I County? youth to one of ,the the first time 46-45 with 2:19 spirit 'shown.'Tm pecan: production in a-- '

V Community Brtafci by I at\n's most distinguished left In the contest personally very proud this county could be doubled ....-. t .. __ _,..1 BANK HOLIDAY ? t
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i military service academies. Two free throw baskets by of' the spirit we've had; its or even tripled from the present -j. The Community State Bank \

p The Community McComb will still have to captain :Chuck Moore with nothing short of excellent" acreage. Junior High Cheerleaders In Action and the Florida Banket t
I undergo physical examination 1:22: left made it 48-45, :
V the. coach stated emphatically. Watawright said the Starke Starke win be closed all day
State Bank I and other tests by the Air ,. Starke's widest margin, before .' market had a good year generally Starke's junior high school cheerleaders lend pep,to their,basketball team last Friday Saturday Jan. 19. Robert -E.

I I Force before the appointment. a P. K. basket narrowed Besides Hobbs' 13 points with sales totaling approximately night In the local gym. From left to right: Gall Boatwzight, Alma'Jeae Adridge, MelaadJ Lee's birthday a,legal holiday

-ils j final. to 48-47. With 25 seconds left; (Continued on Page 2] $384,000 in 1962., Bradley, Jackie Smith, Linda Alvarez, Linda V Strickland, and Barbara HeBae.I Florida.

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Bud Lawson was dischargedJan. I-- ; n' f !I Criminal Cases

1 :1 il' 9 after two years in the I -." 'iIf"

Y;4 i Army, 'stationed in the Pentagon I lI; Lead Report Of

: Washington, D. C. .. ," '

f I I I If John Mixon and 'daughters, ..;... { I County JudgeCounty

,II I i Beth ,and Dorothy yisited Mr. ; II
and Mrs. A. M. Mixon in f It I

I GLADYS MOOT PHONE DM- 6S1I ,Gainesville on Sunday.Mr. ... _' LiM 8Ufqess AfOhf( 1 I IPONCA. Judge T. A. Yawn,
I : and Mrs. Norman Willis '. \ ( cuof. 'It who also serves as judge of

\j Mrs. W. C. Preacher of :Miss Louise Stern and :Mrs. were in Richland, Ga. Satur- NEBRF= I the Small Claims' Court, and

day and Sunday visiting :Mr. r4e&j Judge of the Juvenile Court
Ridgeland. S. C. was visiting VV. A. Stern attended the Jacksonville

;'fi :Mr. and {Mrs. H. A. Lawson. Symphony at the Civic and Mrs. 1... E. Alston. Wherein the dark winter schoolteacher and died of can- this week released-a. report- of.

/ from Sunday to Tuesday. Auditorium in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Moody days l like a shadow, leaving cer. heel- so- sorry for her. I the actititfes'pf his office for-

Mr. and 'Mrs. L. O. Hazen! Tuesday"evening. -Jacksonville were Sunday .. 'Even-with-the rainy-weather not a trace except the good : thoughtshe lived in town, but 1962.
spent the weekend with Mr. Attending the Methodist visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Guy '.- over the. weekend there were we ,do; I read and walk and It seems she lives In Mt. Sum The report showed-the following :-

and Mrs. H. S. Hazen in Center Gainesville District Junior High Andrews.Mr. ? i several 'of the men who aren'tro had go to Sunday School and! mit. She said she wanted to case load tlisposed of
Green : ; ,. to play golf. We women varlous'categories during -
'A. the
and Mrs. R. in
Hill. .Youth Rally at the First Methodist 1 church. talk to me. She said morticians -
is too .
I f Mrs. W. B. Mundy was in' Church in Gainesville and family of Tavares were devoted. Either it Walking with the whirling\ were so kind and nice.I thepast year: ,
and Mrs. R. R- :hot or too cold, or too wet. Criminal 1&35: ; ju1-
Mr cases
Orlando from Tuesday to I'Saturday afternoon were )wlrs. visiting seasons I of course slight-

I Thursday as the guest of. Mr. W B. Thompson Jr.., sponsor, Hutchings on Sunday. L 'I Ladies Day the"past two weeks Through the wonder of the I I est idea what her problem is, venUe cases I involving 55

and Mrs. Cary Snow while At- Rev. J. R. Brabham- Gerry Mr. and ;Mrs. C. D. Grills of -- -. 'n__ _. : jhas seen only 3 and 4 out to year, i but I hope I can help her. children], 48; small claims

tending the Baptist Evangelis- Beth Mboty, Jackie Hines, Milledgeville, Ga. were over- Bradford Junior High School basketbaDer Greg -Red tsh(play. I am afraid I am one_of One will find a thousand i i Last night it was zero. The cases, 232; insanity cases. 331?

|. tic Conference at the First Betsy Matthews, Harriet Lou- night guests Sunday of Mr. goes up for two points ia last FridaY game which the Starve['those who likes ideal weather those reasons: 1 window here beside me hasa probate and guardianship
'conditions. Of course on j 440
Baptist Church.Mr. don,, Buddy Garbett and Billy and Mrs. Norman Willis. seventh and eight graders lost to Keystone's B-squad by one Why his minutes are so frost picture on the storm hearings and findings. : I
I always
is ideal -
; and Mrs. Carl Motes of Dean ThQmpson. The,group enjoyed J. R. Jones and Earl Sum- 2827.Junior. days when it [ dear. window. It is a castus in landlord and 'tenant cases, 4;

Palatka were Saturday visitors a hamburger supper in mers of ,High.Springs, and point seem to have a transpor-' He will walk with April's'I bloom and a row of all kindsof coroner's inquests 9.

of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy. Gainesville before returning to Mrs. Claudia DuPuis of Ala- Post tation problem., We keep hoping wonder flowers and plants all a- In other services the office -

Miss Barbara Green visitedMr. Starke. chua were Saturday visitors High Cagers" M' that in the near future Down bright grass and daffodils long the bottom with the tall issued: 128 marriage licenses -

and Mrs. Reddish Andrews Miss! Madge Middleton attended of Mrs. W_ B. Alexander. there will be more interest in ; plants blooming on each end. ; 5,991 drivers licenses.

and daughter, Gayle, In Brook- the dinner meeting of Mrs. Robert Melville of New Record As They Open SeasonCoach |golfing among the ladies. new He will hear the summer's Our windows in Nebraska seldom 3.193 game and fish licenses;
Miss Katherine The Club has hired a birth certificates;
er Sunday afternoon. the Alpha Delta Kappa sorority: Orleans and thunder had frost for we did not 28 delayed

I I Ir. and ,Mrs. Fritz Kramer in Jacksonville Tuesday eve- Epperson of Lake Butler were Frank Reeves' Junior points; against Keystone. pro, who will assume his duties is- Breaking over granite hills; turn the heat down at night. and 167 monthly reports. i
of February 1. His name out
and Mrs. A. J. Barry were last Friday luncheon guests High School cagers began Reddkh's seven 'points, Mc- married He will feel October's splendor The big Mortuary was warm 'Judge Yawn pointed
ning.Local Anderson.Rev. Homer Wood. He is not include ,
to Beaver Falls Pa. admissions to Brad- Mrs. George in corner and stairs. that this does
Called their season last Friday when Leod's six, and White's four and ,they have three children. ; every
Sunday by the death of Mrs. ford County ,Hospital this and Mrs. Hugh Fryer they were nicked one point by completed the_ scoring ,for looking In the maples splashed with How I loved It all and'enj y- !'innumerable conferences,
York and At present they are
Kramer's" I father. Silas Shontz. week include: Harry Lewis, and family of New Keystone's B-squad 18-17.. ; Bradford against Green Cove. .for a. suitable two or three red; ed cleaning. Yes, I loved Nebraska consultations and questions

''I ,Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Meyers Walter E. Taylor, Warren E.. Mrs. Charles Allen visitors of Kings-of but they came back Tuesday The' team's next game is bedroom home to rent.. Anyone And to dreams He will surrender and :I loved Florida. answered in person and by

I I of Osage Ia. and. },{rf:. Pearl Bishop. ,}frs. Alice Kite Mrs. port Tenn. were with a 17-15 victory over Friday, January 18,. when they knowing of same may contact I could see beauty in each phone."

poison and son J.rik of ..Jack"I Annie Colson, ,E. D. Tenly,, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump Green Cove Springs Junior 'take on. Santa Fe in the local. Clyde Terwillegar or Bill Epps. When the :winter's snows state and wonderful people Receipts of the office totaled -
I visitors. Leach,, [Tuesday of last week. 1.gym. 30 I have returned 92990.74 in 1962 broken -
"v"le w$a'e Sunday Ivalene Chitty Laura Louie- High. Members of the squad Good luck to Ted and Ella in have spread. now after years

of Jllrs. Edith, Christiansen and Mrs. Gwendolyn Hewett, Nan- Mrs. Effie Johns,Mable Mrs.String- Greg Reddish 'led,the scor-I ate'Riddish, McL od, White their move to a new home. -Alfred L. Mooney. to my home state of down as follows:

.. Mr.s.: J. C. Manning. cy Adelaine Baisden. Nancy bell Parks Mrs. visit- ing in both games for Brad-! Paul l McLeod. Billy Dean -Carolyn E. Eaves Here in Indiana we are having Indiana. I know that in timeI Money collected and disbursed -
11 Mrs. J. H. Gill is undergoing' Glisson Annie Bell Manning fellow, and M. D. ford with 12 points in the los- winter. I love to walk in' shall get acquainted here inot including fines

two operations in the Univer and Lewis Edward Elliott Jr. ed Mrs. F. W. Webb in Hawthorne ing effort against Keystone Thompson David Silcox. Dale the wind and snow.: At noon 'arid love this town and its bonds, or costs], 4607334.

I pity Medical Center for a broken :Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Shaw! last Thursday.Rev. Allen Heights and seven in the ,Crosby Jerry Chitty, Don Sidewinders Take Gabby and I took a walk.: It people. God bless them. Fines, costs and bonds assessed -

neck received last summer) and son of Jacksonville Beach and Mrs. Charles team's win over Green Cove. Griffis, Larry Mercer, Mike was snowing lightly and a Out in the western Nebraska in criminal cases, $46.-

wjien she fell on the dock at were weekend guests of Mrs. and daughter, Ruth of Kings- Wayne McLeod and Bobby I Woods Scotty Rhoden, Bobby First Place In strong west wind blowing. It Is the ranch and cow country, !017.40.As) .

her home on Kingsley Lake. : Frazier Shaw. port. Tenn. were overnight and White also contributed four Anton and Steve Blaisdell. BlandingBowling made me think of Nebraska Here is a recipe for COWBOY part of its routine, the
t t Lester Crews spent last Wed and guests last week of I and the eternal l west wind FRIED POTATOES. office prepares 17 different

I nesday, and Thursday- in Fort son.Mrs.David.Arlen will McKnight spend the Mrs. B. Randolph C. Holtzendorf Crosby Sr.and Noegel ..Auto Keeps The Sidewinders moved into that seemed 'alW ys 'to be Peel and slice thin as many! monthly reports and 22 sets
'Meyers visiting his niece weekend" at Cocoa Beach- with Mrs. Minnie Carter- of Maxville JV Cagers First :Place In first place in the Blanding blowing. \ l ved "the wind. It potatoes as you have people. of records including dockets,
Mrs. Karen Willis, who is ill. seemed to blow away all evil two potatoes clean and
For each books ledgers
P and Mrs. Don Koretz.Mr. Effie Johns on Bowling League last Thursday ,
Eugene Branner and Miss Capt.. and Mrs. Orie Wigginshad visited Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Sundown Bowling I IRegIster'On'took night after taking four points smelling things and free the and slice a medium size on- varied files.

1 Carolyn Watson of Jacksonville guests Johnny Break Even from the Falcons. air for deep breathing. How ion. Heat hot bacon fat or
as Sunday and Mrs. Harold Alvarez
't were Saturday evening dinner I three games many happy walks I had with other lard in skillet. Drop in
Hemmingway and son, Ted of visited :Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schaefer was high ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack and sons: would
of We
guests Elizabethtown N. C:, Mr. and Bland :Matthews and family at 'from 'Forsyth; Plumbing in for the winners with a 213 Digger and the wind. potatoes first and fry 10 min. It is cold out. Gabby is asleep.
};aves.t Orlando During Week the-Sundown Mixed Bowling and 505 series. High rim and laugh as the wind Then in sliced onions and back to
;.Mrs. Joe Hemmingway of -.Daytona Beach over the week- game a put So my heart turns
t Attending the funeral and Jimmy Wiggins and:I end. League 'this week. Bill Nelson for the Falcons was Warren tossed the snow and the ends salt and pepper. Put lid on days with my Don. I try not
James E. Darby in Tampa last I had high of 500 for of scarf. 'As the ab ve poem
j Lex Webb of Jacksonville.Mr. I Aeries Reg- Ebling with a 169. my and keep heat medium and to weep, but to realize he Is
Thursday were a nephew, Dr i Mr. and Mrs. carl Minx Bill the
'I Bradford High's junior istei, "and -: CRosser states, "walking through
\ var- was
The Vikings took three stir often until done. When potatoes where it is so very beautiful,
T. G. Bitch and Mrs. Ritch a and Mrs. Johnny Kope- Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller the
; I love
I II sity basketballers won th irI high serie3, with 441, for Por- points from the Nike .team whirling seasons. and onions are done getting the needed rest. I net
f 'sister Miss Annie Darby; and lousog and daughter. Kathyof attended the Western Auto! S I. and this winteri
I fifth of the season last Friday by a margin of only two'pins.. ,changes now add beaten eggs, one for each he thinks of me and I can
Starke syth.Buff's
niece Miss Gloria Johns of Gainesville, former dealers spring and summer I time, just
I a.Jacksonville! :Mrs. Thelma residents have moved to 132 I f show at the Municipal Auditorium when they topped Callahan's .Garage, al1i' p &. W I Neal Joyner was high man'for i I am having an looking easy out the potato used. Stir until all egg jyst see him and how he will
9 B-squad 54-47 in Calla- Auto tied for the 'night, two' the Vikings with a 189 game, dreaming and I are cooked. Serve hot and smile when :some day I :shaft
Mendoza of Jacksonville remained Sterrett Birmingham I in Jacksonville on Sun- I hold
here with Mrs. Carrie 1 Ala. where Mr. Kopelousos will day. han.The games ea h. Vernon Buft ad while i Ray Griffis was high Window. with catsup if you like catsup. see him again in that fair
I The
his studies at the Tornadoes led all the high series of 448 'for 'B fts, for the Nikes'with a 199 'game .Gabby on my lap. snow HELPFUL HINTS: For a
Ritch, another sister who was continue C. L. Scholl was admitted to is about now, but for land.Until
jumping off to 14-11 gone
way a while Joyce Ward had h1'hseries and series: .of 516.
; unable to attend the funeral I Cumberland Law School a a hot fire in your fireplace keepa then I shall do the ,
Sun- white
St. Vincent's Hospital on first weeks it was spread over !
quarter and
margin wid- of 440 for D&W. In the bther Polaris"dropped'3 f
Mrs. Mendoza and Miss Johns Howard University.Mr. game good bed of ashes that will best I can and all the good I
day for observation and treat- ening it to 10 points by the & B the ground and the lovely 1
M :
Motors took three Points to the Titans
hold the heat. A heated lemon loving people with all my
I spent last Wednesday to Friday : and Mrs. R. J. Andrews it so can.
ment. end of the game. David Dyal games from Pyrof X 'Gas.: with Bob :Drake high tor the moon at -night'made
J will make twice as much heart-good or bad. God help
with Mrs. Carrie Ritch ,
and family of Jacksonville were Mrs. E. F. Miles spent the outside.
i light
and :
Gene very
Pass led Starke's Frank Jarvis had high seVifS .Titans with a 201game. High
I and :Miss Darby who also hafi visiting :Mr. and Mrs. R. 0 weekend with :Mr. and Mrs.L. scoring Then I would get so sleepy 'Juice as a cold lemon. Heat in me.All ;
'I I with 17 points each of 453 for Pyrofax, and Edith for Polaris was a 166 game by the oven. A damp sponge will by love. i
Thursday visitors Mr. and Dansby on Sunday. H. Goldsmith, and :Mr. and hold
while Jeff Warren, Donald Hutcheson had high series'of Bennett .Scoggins. I. could no longer my !
dog hair from living God bless
remove ,
Mrs. Al Ferguson of Jackson I Leo Champion is convalescing -Mrs. G. M. Lee in Warner Falcon, and Mike Prick had 392 for TV1 & R. Standings W L eyes, open. and soon I was furniture.The MOTHER you LURA "

yule and Mrs. E. M. Rooks at home after a month's Robbins, Ga. six each. S. S. Noegel took four Sidewinders( . . '18 10 :S und asleep. I always kneel room is shining bright. j j'r
games sun
and Mrs. Louise Bell of Gaines
r' !. confinement in the University Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp visit- Coach Dub Lowrimore's JV from Simpson Taxi. RudOlph Falcons . . 17 11 by my ted and say, "Please -_ ---T- }

f ville.. I Medical Center where ne underwent .!ed Mr. and Mrs. John Benny cagers lost their bid to toppleP. Hutcheson had high series ,Titans . . . 16 12 God, take over for the night, TICKETS ON SALE AT CIRCUS: SITE S
: Mrs. Ruby Hersey is a medi- leg surgery. and son in Daytona K. I climb between Jac&sonvilK ColUtum, 1UI E. Arfcm St.
Sapp Yonge Tuesday night of 507 for Noegel and Polaris . .-. 13 15 so I can sleep. '
} f cal patient in Doctor's Hospi I Mrs. W. B. Sewell left last Beach over the weekend.Mr. however, as they went down Lloyd [Bones] Mahoney had Vikings . . . 11 17 the sheets. I have three / Or ot.Dw Btfert'lodi fcrfermanci

tal. Thursday for Denver, Colo. t. : and Mrs. Jack Mathewsand to their third defeat 41-36. high series of 448 for Simp Nike ..! ... . ". ... ... 9 19 all-wool blankets over me, a
.Mis. Guy Sale was visitingher j visit her son-in-law and daugh'ter sons of Cordele, Ga.. were The Tornadoes led 23-20 at quilt and spread. Ha! I turn S -

daughter!! ,. Linda! Kay, at'i Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Powell., weekend guests of Mr. and halftime but went behind 31- son.Carp's took three I Gateway Wins '3 the furnace down to 55 before ;A3 I

PSU on Monday and Tuesday.i.I (for se'eral'eeks.'\ I I Mrs. Elden Mathews. 29'at, the end of .the third period games I go to bed. I seldom wake _
from Long Bridge. with Bill -p"5 _
Games, .In Ladies .
when the morningI
they ran into re- up all night. In
Lovell high series of 480 for
bounding'trouble.. feel rested. Gradually I am '
the winners. Henry Cross had Twilight League '
Jeff Warren getting used to my easy life
was high for
high series of 437 for
Starke with 12 points, DavidDyal Long and being quiet and alone. I .
Bridge. Gateway Chevrolet took 4
r had nine, and Gene Pass Standings W L points from the Go-Getters in like It.This. :
and Donald Falcon six each. the Ladies morning I went to
Noegel Auto 24 12 Twilight Bowling ,

_.. .... Carp's . . 23 13 League this week. Mary Jar- Sunday School with a neigh- !! i,
-3;:_ f Coca-Cola Tops, D&W . . 21 15 vis had 3 game series for bor farmer and wife who lives '1-

'* i.'r. .. .::4q Terrell's To 'Register Oil . 21 15 Gateway with a 446. Wanda out in the country. He is our :

\k Lead yrogax Gas . .20 16 Blaisdale had high series for Sunday school teacher. I took ti

'I j --4," ? Men's Cage LeagueCocacola Buff's Garage. 19 .17'M&RMotora.lg the Go-Getters with a 412. two Bible. The King James .
,4 : 18 Wells Electric took 3 points version and the revised new ,

S f. .. '. ; .S defeated Terrell' Forsyth Plumbing 14 22 from Murrhee Insurance pac-I. version translated a few years 1

: .S' % S I Gulf 42-35 and the Starke 'Simpson Taxi .11 25 ed by Julia Wells with a 443 '.ago. It was fun to look up .1

.I .-, '-L up '. \ .: .. _. Jaycees 40-34 last week in,the Long Bridge . 9 27 high series. Georgia Wolfe what our teacher asked. So I :. :'I.1: -- : H 5 _! .1f

,\ -, t:p .. '-- Men's Basketball League to had a 435 high series for Mur- I enjoy going. We had communion ...,. f

i .5 take over first place. In the Tornadoes. rhee. too this Sunday. $3.50 rows 1-17 Jan.30-31 ,.b. 1,' P.M. !
: __ first game Malloy led the win- Lose D&W Auto Supply and Every Sunday at church, a $2.90 wn lion Mb.2. IU;MATINUS: !
S $UO rows 30-33 F.b. 1,3 JO, Fb.. 2-3,1,1 P.M. j
4, ners with 13 points while Triest '.Construction tied, taking lovely young widow and her Children wider 11 half price, Ptb. 1, 3:30; ,.,. 2-", I P.M. !

-i T1. Calvin Osteen had 12 points To P. K. Yonge .' ,>2 points each. Mary Wat- handsome son sit in front of I ALL SEATS RESERVED :

for the losers. Franklin Tom- terson had a 480 :high series me. Her husband was a !
i ': linson scored 13 points Ifor ':continued tram Page One] 'for D&W, and also high I II

i S Coca-Cola against the Jaycees' game of the night with a 205.| S _
: :_ while Bob 18 Tuesday night, center John I
T' Regan had Settle ,
3t{ ; Sprow had a 469 for IS'
5 : points for the losers. William had 12, Harold Bis- high series for'Triest.

: 1ILJ 4-: : In other games Lawtey defeated hop 10. Bobby Moody 5 Standings W L i ,

-: the Jaycees 31-28 with and Billy Dowling .4. ',Tr1rtCon, . 15' 5 ,II
92'i'i John ,Bates scoring 14 points The Tornadoes also ran into '
: Gateway Chevrolet. 14 6 ,I r
I bad luck in Callahan last "
for the winners. Charlie Lylei :Wells ,Electric. 13 7 .
: t,1 had ,10 points for the losers.TerrelFa Friday when they went down & '
D W AUto . 8 12GoGettcrs I:
to a 73-51 defeat. Big second -
j Gulf defeated Law . 6 14 S
: tey 40-33 in the final game and fourth quarters gave Cal- Murrhee 1ns..4 16 "i iOTf"E ._; .
with Osteen scoring 16 points lahan the game after the Tor- I.

for Terrell's while Dixon had nadoes had gotten off to an .OF 'lV&MES.OF. PER-!! : > t. .
'I, 11-10. first SONS APPEARING TO BE i' : :
period Behind
: 11 for the losers. margin. OWEHS OF ABAVli :
Terrell's Gulf 10 points going into the DO>ED PROPERTY i I. OWNERSHIP
lig'h"tenYOUr. day from breakfast io plays the Pursuant ; CHANGE IN
I Jaycees at 7:15: tonight fourth period Coach,Land put S Chapter 717. to Florida Section Sta.tute-.j 13 of'|' ,

HOUSI-POWER [Thursday, and Coca Cola his second team in and Cal- fcntttled 'IFlorida Disposition of' !
bedtime..with FULL ; lahan widened the margin to: Unclaimed Property Actnotice;
takes on Lawtey at 8:30.: '
I Is Hereby given that the persons;
StandingsV L GB 22 points at the, game's end. listed below appear to be the.' .. ,I

: Plug in a cord...your coffee perks, eggs, saving appliances at peak efficiency."Your Coca Cola. . 2 0 "It definitely was" not 'one of j jour -owners Intangible of unclaimed property personal presumed or'i, [ 11NOV11 :PIIARMACY \

fry. toast pops up. TV picture won't shrink. .your radio Terrell's Gulf. 1 1 1 better games, Land said> 'abandoned. :.

i Twist a dial.. .your clothes washer goes won't fade. ..aDd lights won't dim or Lawtey . . 1 1 1 "We made a lot of mistakes, or!Adaline-Olil- Ol B. 'Carnasion Carnasion, Starke W. W.i,' I If Ii

I to work...your electric c dishwasher frees ficker when other appliances are turned Jaycees . . 0 2 2 that hurt us." -The coach said' TteD101M02 Cole. Mra. Os-:, i
you from a.never-ending, tedious chore. on.-You'll]have enough wiring for all your ,the small gym floor in Calla" ear. Rt. 2, Box 299, Stark, Pla..'
I Deeds and never have to about over- han. which is 2-0406-0902 Johns Charley E. & Now -
worry approximately Owned
I Flip".a.sr-itch; your:,.vacuum: cles.nerB1f loaded circuits. Bantam Cagers -wife vs. Emma Johns 2-0101- By ;
-' .. v bkndor mixes. three-fourths as,'long as the I 6003 Saese Bertha Starke, F1a.,-, -
'your ,
2-0406-0001 Ward William M tVerdie
Have Begun PracticeBantam one here. hurt the Tornadoes I
: In the kitchen,your modern electric With FULL HOUSEPOWER you'll also H. Ward vs. E. B. MiUl- :
- I makes:cooking cleaner, faster and cooler have ample switches and convenient out- when Callahan pressed them I gan.Information concerning the

-..-.and*a flameless eltctrie;water heater lets to eliminate the use of double sockets Basketball for boys hard. I 'amount or description of the
supplies plenty of Lot water. Yes..in and.extension cords. You'll reaDy enjoy 10-12 years of age has started The Tornadoes now have I! Property and the name and -address i SHERRBB H U M. HilIllI1IUN

_ _- ? endless: w'y FULL \pOUSEPOWER,is the maximum benefits of your. biggest.. practices in the Armory each posted five wins and six -defeats j of by the any.holder pereons may possess be ob-ll* jtatned 1

-the key ta modern livmgj t household bargain-.tlettr y! Tuesday and Friday after and will see action onthe 'I'. lag an interest In the prOp rty'''

noons. local gym floor this Fri-. by adrssiEg an inquiry to ;
I FULL HOUSEPOWER simply means adequate Can your Contractor: for a free Ray E. Green State Comptroller .
wiring to run all your.tome-aEd-work-, wiring check-up cow AU boys who wish to play ,day night when 'both theA i, as 'Administrator, Abandoned (Formerly With Mitchells Drug StoreFRONT )
t (;;\ In the league should be at and B .squads take on Green Property Division. Capitol. Tal1lahaEB I .

........................................................................... practice this Friday at 3:30.: Cove.starting 6:30 p.m. ,( mention e, account Florida.number Be sure Dame to ,i j
'.. I and address as published ta -this ,J MANAGER: GEORGE CANOVA
I I Every UEDAWQN HOME r.as Full Housfpower-?00-200 amp th I '11ott e. Unless 'proof: of owner- ;, ,
t service entrance wring and switches Mrs. Annie Colson suffereda liMp la pr Rbted to the 'bolder -
plenty cf and outlets. I fey-Marcfe !5. lIi3..Ule! property: i

1 .............. ................................................. /5 broken arm last week when NOTICE IS:NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN 1 'win be delivered to the AdmJnistrator. -. -S NEW STORE HOURS .
she I 'I'h.rufter. afl f or taef ; ,
fell at home. _
that the
; undersigned, deslrii' ? | claims must be directed to the |I '
., Mrs. A. E. McKinney spent to engage In builnegs nM.r the Administrator. 8 A. M. TO 8 P. ,M. MONDAY THRU 'SATURDAY, I
*$W wfibz9t6t _lie / fietiUwia nime of OANOVA'StTHARMACT GREEN. t i t
flamelessf the weekend with :Mrs. J. G. 'I RAY E.
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I at 101 E. CaU 1
; As -:Administrator' 'SUNDAY 1:00 TO 7:00 P. 31. !
( I / Millican in Palatka. I ILlniy 'Stre t. in the City -of Starke. > I
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I 1 ,t I .-. I'Woman's; !; ;t. Club ,Ii Miss Jane ,Dinkins. QES Members. ;

I 'f! I i Members Hear 11 Weds Bobby Allen Honor OfficialOf : '5e

Freedom Praised !i \Valdo ChurchMr. Grand ChapterAt 1'- -
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GLADYS MOOTY PHONE: M4-e 51I gained -a hew life in ,a 'free:''I!. announce the marriage of Starke Chapter '224 OES held

.; world" 'was the' theme< of aj i their daughter, Martha Jane, Monday night, Jan. 7, Leota

; talk given .by A'x Lehoskey,! to Bobby Randolph Allen son' Prosser. Worthy Grand Ma-

I a native of? i Hungary, who I II I. of Mrs. Minnie Murray and' ;; tron of the Grand .ChkPter of

I spoke at the in-ef T' the :[<' rw the late Mr. Allen, all of: : Florida made her official visit.

I Starke'Woman's' l.:...'o, Wed-; Starke. t Prior to the meeting a dinnerwas -

L fcesday afternooirof last week.' :. Rev. Fred Yerkes performed \ held in the Masonic Hall
t Mr. Lehoskey was presented j! t the nuptials Tuesday eveningat The Worthy Grand Matron

by Mrs._F. J. Pellum. chairman i'' : 8 c'clock in the Episcopal was introduced and extended ,, _4 -
rE : of' the ,International re41' Church in Waldo In the presence -I a warm welcome by -' StS

( I tz; ..J ? lations Department.Mr. I of the Immediate families II I Worthy :Matron Inez Hamil

t ; Lehoskey spoke of the I'' I and a few close friends. k -' ,,W' ton. A lovely courtesy was

r : good life in his native country After the wedding a small : : ', presented by Gladys Edwards,

i I; before the communists I reception was held at the home marshall, as she escorted the

'N .4 took over; of the many Russian *- the bride's brother-in-law I
rk of II .. ''-''; -' WGM to each star point where
t 1: .promises .never fulfilled, 4. r d.nd sister, Mr. and :Mrs. Harry I ____________ I she was presented with a gift

.,' and of the hardships the Hun- t$ .('k 'Stalling, in Waldo. and certificate of honorary Nancy Kay WatsonIs I

; garians suffered. He describedthe I I Mr. Allen. who is employed I II Linda Ann GaineyEngagement !membership tied on the arm ..
experiences of his family '. -I Ij Ik I by Eagle's Department Store Told I of a lovely miniature doll. She Engaged i

J P* .as they made .their decision I ; in Starke.. will leave this was then escorted back to the To Mr. Harden ."

-. '. '. -. '''-. to 'leave Hungary, 'as they I I weekend for six months service -;To Mr. Starling ; East and the officers joinedin '

traveled through swamps and I t&! \ in the Army, reporting to! singing "Oh You Wonderful Mr. and Mrs. Wynn Owen

'enemy territory, arid as they I I Camp Gordon, Ga., and then!! The engagement has been: Doll." ] Watson of Paducah, Ky. an- .
I. .f made their escape across the -announced of Miss Linda Ann the
I to Fort Knox, Ky. Following the Worthy nounce engagement of their
L \ ____' .' .__ _"' border. Mr. Lehoskey states j! eZ I Gainey daughter of Mrs. Andrew -!Grand Matron's address. the,daughter. Nancy Kay. to
he is happy in a free countryon Judd Witt, Jr. of Brooker -! I I Charles j
Stephen Harden
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-1, j meeting was closed, and refreshments -
Nelda Jo CrewsEngagement Iris Ann Gainey his Bradford County farm i ; 1 Evelyn Sinclair i to Kenneth Starling. son 1 were served from i ii :of Mrs. Louise Harden of Rai-

with 'only the "weather" as of :Mr. and Mrs. Roy Starling;I 1 ford.i and E. C. Harden Jr. of \
Told Becomes Bride *7 In Select .GroupOf I i a table arranged with miniature -!
his of Graham. :
enemy. !iWewahitchka.
J dolls and centered with
To Mr. Czajkowski I II Of Mr. LudwigMr. Mrs. E. A. Hall, president, : Orlando PupilsMiss I The wedding will be an event:i I a beautiful arrangement of I i i The bride-elect attended

presided over the business of Saturday. Feb. 23, at 7 p. pink roses. i I Lindenwood College, St.

I Mr. and Mrs. Russell G. and ''Mrs. Ralph Gainey meeting. The club voted to cooperate 4m. Evelyn Sinclair former I m. in the Brooker Baptist' Other distinguished guests !Charles, Mo., and is now a
Richey of Orlando announce]announce the marriage of'their with the 'Junior Wo- -4 Ei. ., ly of Starke. who now resides!;i Church, with a reception im- included: Verna Brice past :,:senior at Murray State Col-
the engagement of her daughter 'daughter, Iris' Ann, to Charl the hi Orlando, was selected from i]1 I '
]! mah'3 Club "sponsoring mediately following :; :?: cere- grand matron; Vincent Brice, !lege I Murray Ky. She will receive -
Nelda Jo Crews, to Joseph,B. Ludwig. son of Mr. and Mrs 'Senior-Citizens Club'of Starke. : *- Chickasaw Elementary School mony in the Brooker Commu- past grand patron; Irene ;!: her Bachelor of Science
H. son of Mr. and) Alfred Ludwig of Peoria, HI, Hebert of the ras the sixth grade student who. : Center.
,t Czajkowski, Rev. Leo ,pastor I -4 ; ,4 ,nit"y i Johns, associate grand ma- :,i degree in elementary education
Mrs. Joseph J. Czajkowski, on Dec. 3. Church would be allowed to participate I
First ,
ofj|I 'Baptist gave : t |i All friends and relatives are tron; Mary Laura Johnson, :lin June.
Orlando. Mrs. Ludwig graduated from the devotional using the song i s, 1: in a series of Saturday invited to attend. grand treasurer; Zola Foster I i i Mr., Harden graduated from
The attends Bradford High School in the; classes for I i
bride-elect May- "He Keeps' Singing. .kt: morning gifted grand marshall; Ella Gay, (Murray State. in August. 1962.
nard Evans School in Orlando class of 1962,''and is employed dessert with interest I
High The hostesses served a young people a strong ,grand instructor of district and i is now working on his Ph.

and will graduate in with Beneficial Finance in course during the social i:Miss Gale Stevenson Weds Shi Smith, Jr. in science. 8; Eleanor McDonald grand JD.i in chemical physics at the
June. She is a member of the Jacksonville. Mr. Ludwig is hour. t The course is limited to 20

j I I Choral Society, Key Club, Xax'y and is stationed at I In First Methodist Church, January 5 i students from the Orlando AND WHEREJan. representative; Rosalyn to Thayer.New Brunswick grand-I'j i University of Florida. His so-

Honorary Music Club, Tri-M the Naval Air Station in Jack- Senior CitizensTo I I schools, and is handled in Semi-! :cial fraternity is Alpha Tau
representative to
Society, and Chaplain of the sonville. t tI Miss Gale Stevenson of were Misses Susie Broadway.1 nar fashion at the Central I Maryland; ,Omega.i .
I | and Clara Nell Melton, chair-
'D. E. Club. She is the grand- Start MeetingIn Starke, 'daughter 'of' Mr. and I Annette Thomas,,, Pat Wil- Florida Museum starting Feb.I A
19 man of International i i summer wedding is plan.
'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L.Mrs. Jessie Wooten I Mrs. F. C. 'Stevenson of New liams, and Susan and Kay 2.. Temple
Woman's ClubThe Elks dance, 8 p. m. Elks Fund. I ned.
Crews of Jacksonville, formerly Orleans, La. became the bride Bouregois. This section is in the' field Hall.

( of Raiford. Honored At Tea Senior. Citizens will of Shi Smith 'Jr., son of Mr. I After spending some time of biology and will be taughtto

Mr. Czajkowski attended high Thursday Afternoon meet Tuesday. Jan. 22 at 7:30p. and Mrs. Shi Smith Sr. of I with their guests the young 6th and 7th grade pupils Jan. 21

school In Denver, Colo ,before i r i m. in the Lions Den. Starke in a lovely wedding couple left for a wedding trip with high academic standingwho Eastern Star election of of-

"mo'ving to Orlando. He graduated .i Mrs. Jessie W ol n. who,= Plans have been made fora Saturday evening, Jan. 5. The r to South Florida. The bride are in position to handle ficers, 8 p. m. Masonic Temple.1

from 'Maynard Evans, will be moving to Atlant /-Oa.. game mgfct plus dancing, ceremony was performed by I chose for traveling a blue knit work beyond regular classroom ------- .- _.. '- -

High in 1961 and is now serving 1 in the near furore,'wts h n- bingo and a birthday party., Bishop Clayton J. Perry of suit with black accessories demands in fields vital to our V TH1: cot'TY JUDGE'S i I ICOrUT WATCH

I with the U. S. Air Force! ored at a tea given by Mrs. H. The Senior Citizens was or-: Wesconnet, in the:First Methodist and she wore the orchid from nation. Jon R. Fortman will be FOUl I-\ .Ml FOIL HHAD- TERMITES

Base in North Carolina. B. Hamilton in her home at ganized in June of 1962 with I .Church of Starke. I her bridal bouquet. instructor. ,,, In re: Estate co('XTlFLOIUDA.of ANNUALLY

( I 812 8. Cherry Street. Thursday six members attending.: Since The altar was enhanced by The bride is a graduate of ilelrin L.. Prescott Deceased

Mrs. Melvin Hingson! afternoon, Jan. ,10. then, membership has increasedto two pedestal baskets of gladioli -I West Jefferson high school, Recent Births All MTIfl creditors TO of CitUIHTOKS the: estate of COST \

Refreshments were served 40 with 'an average .of 28 at- mums, and pompoms, New Orleans, and is now em- Melvin L. Prescott, deceasedare
Is 'Complimented I ployed with Southern Bell hereby notified and requir U.S. HOMEOWNERS
tending each meeting. standing against a background I
I from a beautifully decorated I Bradford County Hospital announces ed to file any claims or demands
At Lovely ShowerMrs. table centered with an "arrangement Starting the first of February of palms and lighted tapers. II Telephone Co. I the following births: which they may have against I
r The is graduate of I said estate In the office -
the Senior and Junior Miss Charlene Hardy, organist groom a of the 1 -
of pink roses. Mr. and Mrs. William Edwin county judge :
i Bradford School and of Bradford Coun. : FIFTY
Melvin Hingson, a recent The honored guest received Woman's Clubs will cosponsorthe : rendered nuptial music I, attended Banks. Raiford, a son, William ty In the courthouse at Starke I
with the Statke as the guests gathered and St. Johns River Junior i I Florida. within six calendar
d bride, was the inspira- many beautitul handkerchiefsand group i['College for two years and is)I Edwin Banks Jr., Jan. 11.Mr. months from the date of the MILLION If f
tion for a lovely bridal shower was presented with a love- Recreation Department. accompanied Mrs. Randal i. first publication of this notice. i
given last Friday eveningin ly handkerchief holder by the Meetings will be held at theWoman's Chitty, soloist, who sang "Because" now employed with the Du- i 'and Mrs. Francis Meng, Each claim or demand must be DOLLARS! !
Pont Company. i Hampton, 'a son, Christopher in writing and must state the -
Club starting in February and I *
"Wedding Prayer. -
the First Christian Church hostess. place or residence and postof- i
recreation room. Hostesseswere Thirty-five guests were in- ." They are now residing at i I Gerald, Jan. 12. I flee address of the claimant and I Pest Conf re!
535 W. Madison Street. II
must be
Mrs. Wesley Andrews, vited to call between two and The Senior Citizens meet on Lester Warren served his I his sworn, to by the claim. I ,

,. Mrs. Ara !oitt. Mrs. Ira Wilson four o'clock. j ji the second and fourth Tuesday cousin, Shi Smith Jr., as best Out-of-town guests were ], 1953, and chairman and chief I or ante it will agent become. or his void attorney accordIng : i!
Mrs. Kirby
Smith. Hawthorne ,
I '
to law.January
Mrs. Edwin Williams, i in each month. man, and the ushers were J. executive officer in 1956. ''He ,I ;' -' :.
.. Mrs. John Jenks of New Orleans !! 8, 1963.A1ARYCIL.LE
,Mrs. Lonnie Fullwood. ,Mrs. L. :CundiffBlackburnMr. AU persons 50 years of age M. Smith Jr. and Floyd Clifton is a director of several other BENNETT : FaT--: I
Mrs Ella and
r I Executrix: of the Estate of'' Phone _
Mrs. Mrs Stevenson Jr. brother of
J Kite. Ed Prevatt i and over are invited to altter.I corporations.
daughter of Green Cove i Melvin L. Prescott, dec. '
Equilla Roberts, Mrs. Brady and Mrs. Fred Kempton,I the meetings and parties and the bride. : College 'officials describedMr. First publication on January 4dk.
Springs Mr. and Mrs. CV.. r964-3965
I. Collins' Mrs. Bob Badgett.! Blackburn of Greenville, N. C. become a member., Mrs. J. M. Smith Jr. servedas I : Long as "outstanding a- I 10, 1963. I II
I Beasley Jr. and Mrs. W. P. I THOMAS fc PIERCE
and !Miss Elaine Colson. announce the marriage of their I matron of honor, wearing mong laymen participating in i'Attorneys at Law ./1 Estimte.., ,... ... I _- -- ... --
and to \ ] Bouregois and daughters of ]! medicine's I 203-205 North Temple Avenue I .. ... -- -
attractive to eradicate -
An yellow daughter, Lynda Joyce Hospital Auxiliary a lovely lavender taffeta and Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. B. fight I Starke, Florida
light green color motif was Joseph Davis Cundiff Jr. at lace dress with, matching lavender -! E. Smith and family of Savannah -I disease and disability." 1-10 4t 1-31 I

I achieved in the party decorations. St. Paul's Methodist Church in Hears District \ headpiece. She carried a Ga., Mr. and Mrs. M.I

.The wljite linen covered Tallahassee.The Director Speak lavender carnation bouquet. ,R. Ba'ggett of Merritt Island
I refreshment table the niece of
had an artificial bride is I
Attending as bridesmaidswere and Mrs. J. N. Surrency of
yellow and green floral Carr Colley of Starke and ,at Bradford Hospital Mrs. Hildebran and
I The County Gary Tampa.
.t! centerpiece.One one time attended school here Auxiliary held its general Miss Barbara Faye Smith.\, I CHEVRd/II..t

the game"party"was hours played and durIng the- while Starke.staying with relatives. meeting at St. Maik's Parish They wore gowns similar to Med LibraryTo o / /@ !

House on Tuesday, Jan. 8, that of the matron of honor,
prize was won by Mrs. Roberts. Mr. Cundiff is the son of Mr. _
with the president, Mrs. A. F. except Mrs. HUdebran's gown!
The hostess presented the and Mrs. Joseph Davis Cundiff Garner, .presiding.Mrs. .l'was mint green, and MissSmith's Bear StarkeNative's -- ;
honoree with two milk glass Sr. of Live Oak and is with '7 .- --- ,- > I V ti4J -/f'.
Allen DeLaney of I gown'was yellow. They w 'r X. -*---- ii* 3 ) I 4' I 4>4i
candle holders' as a mementoof the U. S. Air Force stationed Name
Gainesville, Northeast District I wore matching headpieces.
at Goosebay, Labrador. '
the occasion. Mrs. Hildebran carried
a pink
I Director, was the guest speaker. -

Mrs. DeLaney gave an interesting carnation bouquet and Miss A new $4 million medical
Marvin Rosiers Brownlee Circle Smith carried blue carnation
and informative talk II a brary for Columbia Univer- __ _

Are ComplimentedOn followed by a question and bouquet. sity's College of Physiciansand : ; ; -.
Brownlee Circle of the First ___I ,, 4 J,
l answer period. Little Nancy Deborah Stevenson Surgeons will be named I 4
Baptist WMU met at 2:30: p. ---.. --- "c -- .-
AnniversaryMr. For funds needed to supplythe sister of the bride served :for a native of Starke. -"- cIULr.1 -- -- -

I .m. Tuesday, Jan. 15, at the Snack Bar in the new addition as flower girl in a pink, The honor will go to Augustus :) Z5 r ___ ___ 'f
and :Mrs. Marvin Rosier homo of Mrs. O. O. Webb, with
i of the Hospital, the AuxilIary organdy gown, and carried a Long, board chairman of L wr ) i $ '-
eight members present. The _
were pleasantly surprised on l I
will sell delicious assorted basket of rose petals. Texaco Inc. and a memberof '% -. .1
"Christian Wit.nesdng" i __ ____ -
anniversary on
; their 20th wedding -program -
I cookies in tins. Mrs. J. D. The ,bride, given in marriage the Board of Trustees of ? .
when 15 friends gave a : was presented by },frs.l ---- : ,
by her father, chose for I the C 0 lu m
l Doyle passed out the new and bia-Presbyterian ; --- .. .. ;
;party for them on Saturday M. F. Hazen and Mrs. W. B. : -
her ,wedding a beautiful white I.Medical Center. He is .
evening at their home near I Alexander. Refreshments were revised by-laws to the members the son ..:. .:..........:w.. '. 11
present. taffeta and'lace gown with of the late Judge and Mrs. A. .
served at the close of the
Lawtey. scalloped neckline and long Long'who Tesided in Starke -
i meeting. During the social hour coffee ,j IV.
Dancing and refreshment I sleeves. Her fingertip veil of;| moving to Gainesville
I was served from a l cecovered
were enjoyed during the part I table' centered with illusion was attached to a I i many years ago.

I hours. Elks To Dance coffee wasMrs. white lace crown. Her only ornament ; Naming the structure the
I red roses. Pouring
The honored couple received .. I Bertha Pearce, and hos- was single strand of Augustus Long Medical Li-

1' many lovely gifts from their Starke Elks will hold 'their' tesses were Mrs. Birt :Mc- pearls a gift of the groom.I i brary was stipulated with an

hosts onthis delightful oc monthly' dance this Saturday Maines, .:Mrs.Jerry J. Kouba,I She carried a cascade arrange-i anonymous gift of a million : II

casion. night at 8 o'ctoclc in the lodge I Mrs. Garl Mathews, and Jlrs'l nient of-white carnations centered -i dollars to the medical center. __
with -white orchid. I Dr. Grayson Kirk president
\ for members and wives only.IPete G. Felos. i '
Mrs. Stevenson chose for i of the university, said that
'"her daughters wedding a ,' the board of trustees approved

I: ANNOUNCING. :beige brocade two-piece dress '1 the anonymous donor's request U-' ___
4 I II
suit complemented lavender that -
a the building be

orchid corsage. ,L.named for Long. I I

Mrs. Smith, mother of the In announcing the gift, Dr. -i -I-- !
: COLONIAL FLORIST groom, 'was attired in a light .Kirk said, "This most gener-. .
green brocade sbeath dress ous gift will greatly enhance I LI

with fitted jacket with -which the center's ability to continueas WALK AROUND IT. SEE THE DIFFERENCES.Start .

she wore a lavender orchid a leader in advancing medIcal -
I Is Under New Ownership --corsage. knowledge in training at the rear of this Fleeteide pickup. Grab the Now please at.m the eab minute. Comfortable? I
; tailgate and pull hard.. No give. Two )wedge latches It;also is double walled and the roof is insulated. Let's
And \Vill Be Following the 'wedding a tomorrow's medical teachers, keep it tight. Now unfasten them and let down the start 'er up and look for a washboard road.Chevrolet 'I
Managed By reception was1 held 4n Felow- and practicing Iphysici' ns, gate. down on it. Does it sag? Notice ooil-epring suspensions fight road shock better than
I JamJaand
I ship Hall. -Quests were greeted I surgeons, nurses, and other how wrapped in rubber BO they won't. other types, good for the truck, load and the driver. I I
sklrInoLJh Dot Bagwell at the door by"Mrs. C.'W. professional personnel and in rattle or mar paint. There are other things. Butyou can see why this is !

: : Beasley aunt of the bri
Standing in the receiving line A trustee of the Presbyter might dent the inside one but won't show through. built right. Which is why k's usually worth more at I

Starke's Oldest Florist And Only F. T. D. Member were 'the brtde and groom. I ian'Hospital since, 1955. ''Mr. The_floor will.never rust., It's select wood, not metal. trade-in. When would you like us to deliver it? I

FLOWERSVIRED FOR DELIVERY "'O LD-viD'E the their,bridal parents party., and members of i t Long board became in 1961.resident Active in of the the _-_ 12 NEW 6-CYLINDER, ENGINES! I f f'New'II

------ *' i I "In i The bride's table was "cover-! day.to-day'affa.irs"or the"Hospital Ilh1'orq jufi23a-en>la. New i Ti'l'orque2t".ea-tn.: I

Specializing ---- ed with a white embroidered he also has been a key Six lighter but more powerftd S Sir-most powerful truck G'aI (
/ cutwork linen cloth andcen-, member of the Columbia- -. thin hs'predeces9or.lt is I 'Chevrolet has ever built! r"I
I Fresher, Lovelier Flowers For All Occasions :tered by a three-tiered wed- Presbyterian Medical Center standard :Series CIO Standard ia Series C60, .
through C50 models. optionalat extra'cnt' in 'OUAJfffIJJWC/U f
ding cake. Flanking the'cake Development Committee whichhe !
lighter mode:. COST W$
were two silver candelabra serves as vice chairman, '
I t
-1 with white tapers, Mrs. W. T.i Mr. Long graduated from
PHONE 964-6291 ; :Jest Dn'VQ tie "New ReHabies''vfyourCfievoMje8ifs.( -
Gill. and Mrs. John Jenks cut! the U.s. Naval Academy in ,, .

no BESWIS"ESJ\t{ \ 506 E. NONA. STREET the bride's cake" I: ,1926 and served in the Navy i

The punch table was'cover-1 until 1930 ''when :tie joined i

$ STARKE TLORIDAFLOWERS >ed with a white linen elOth and! Texaeo. He served with the GATEWAY CHEVROLET INCt'

.. .. centered with a silver punchbowl I. eoMpanylbOth'fn"th1s.country: : :

-" presided over by Mrs-'W. and overseas: before being e- .
AY .
I.. eiS"rfg: H. Hart. Miss Barbara Yoder I lected a vice president in 1949. I U. S. 301 (NORTH) STARKE, FLA. PHONE 964.3900

kept the ,bride's.book. I I Ij .He was electoLexecutive presIdent i

j -Ao,assisting -la -serving in 1951-. president I


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Let's Go Services To Be Funeral Set CHANCERY BRADFORD.* COUNTY I If

WINS l Jane Price Campbell.

Hit $$234,600Continued Held Friday For SaturdayHarry William vs. Plaintiff Allan Campbell J,


: 11 [ Prom Page One Mrs. Ethel Reed Parks. '10.1 Hanford Lewis 81, of I TO ORDER: William FOR Allan PUBLICATION Campbell

widow of the late Dr. W. B. route 2, Starke, died Thurs-: Great Aba o. Bahama Islands
Starke to
1\"CAR\ OH'HEYEAR"AWARD Harris Sharpe care P. O. Box ::68 West Palm
By Hervey
L Green and R. A. Green, parcelof Parks of Starke died Thurs- day morning in a local hospi Beach You are Florida hereby notified r that

land, $1,800.Roderic I Florida Agricultural Extension day morning in a. local hospital tal following a. short illness.A a Complaint' has been filed a.
( C. Dampier to Rho- gainst you by ,the Plaintiff lathe
I j. Service after a sudden illness. retired 'farmer, he was a above styled Court. The DLtare -
J 5';, from Motor-Trend Magazine da Z. Dampier, Starke, one- : Mrs. Parks was born in Fort native and lifelong resident of of said suit is .for & .divorce
half interest and of minor
to a residence, red but will custody
3' Roses are you Valley 12 1892. children and1
10000. Ga. on May Bradford County. He was a you sad hereby required -
feel blue if the neighbors and had lived in Starke member of the Pine Level to tile your a.ppearaaceor
: T. H. Slade Starke to J. C. do. This more written defense to 'said Com*
'Each selection of plant roses you than 35 She was State Baptist Church. paint with th*' Clerk of the Circuit -
year the automobile industry eagerly awaits the one car as Sawyer Starke, residence, $18- Hank GrahamIn I. years. : .
is because roses are prestige Republican Committeewoman Mr. Lewis was born Jan. 25, Court, Bradford County.Florida .

I 'Car of the Year by Motor Trends impartial experts. For 1963, this most-wanted, 800.A.. D. Crosby, Starke, to Third Year flowers. If you excel with I',i for Bradford County, and a 1881, and was the son of the I I said written. and defense serve .a upon copy thePlaintiffs of
beauties can
these thorny you attorney's GRAY,
bardestto-get honor goes to Rambler./br! / outstanding design achievement and Herbert A. McLeod. Starke. At Annapolis take your turn in displaying :i member of the First Metho- !I late Ned and Worthy Glisson' CHANDLER. O'XEAL. ,CARLISLE
t residence, 12000. [dist Church. She was a: Lewis. !. & AVERA, 211 N. E.' }fl

[!!!cneerinl./eadershipRead why Rambler won this prized award over all other cars.' C. C. Melvin Tampa, to Midshipman 2nd class [ the nosegays on the church i!t long-time member and trustee I II Surviving are his wife, Ro- I. Street.or before Gainesville January 28th.Florida 1J8J, ' t junior organ. I of the Starke Woman's Club i bena Fouts Lewis of Starke; 1 >
Cecil E. Melvin Jr.. Brooker i Herein fall act. ela i Decree
] William H. [Hank Gra- You still have ample time ,Confesso ,will be entered
Thelma Pro
X 11' ii parcel of land, $1,500. and had served as House two daughters, I
: ham m. son of Mr. and Mrs. to the underway I against you.
get project Ed-!
Board of Public Instructionof W. H. Chairman for the past ten Conner, Starke, and Mrs. It l Is further,.ordered that this ,
I device. Self- Bradford County to W. Graham of Starke. is because the rose planting sea years. na Thomas Brooker; three notice be published once each
Here of the experts' ; "A good safety C. I pictured consecutive weeks
are some during, an evening son will last several weeks yet.I Will Lewis Plant week for four
_ adjusting brakes and dual master Powell, Starke, 100 acres of i study session at the U.s. Na- I Surviving is one daughter,; brothers I i prior to the return date hereinin
reasons: Listen for the chirp of robins.
land, $10,000.Ernest Mrs. Dameron Black Jr., of City, and Jeff and Emery Lewis -. the Bradford County Telegraph
"New styling is based on a cylinders. .if one system fails, val Academy where he is one This is a sure sign that plant- both of Starke; two sisters a newspaper published
Lester Homer Boise. 'I Wheeling W. Va.; one son
I. in Starke Florida.
lean clean lines that the other brings the car to a among more than 4,000 midshipmen ing time is here. Mott and I
are apparent Idaho, to E. I. DuPont de Ne Thomas S. Hogsed Jr. of Mrs. Emma I'! WITNESS my hand and oW-
from almost safe stop." training for a careerin You rose Mrs. Ophelia Moore, both of 'cia seal at Starke, Bradford
any angle. mours and Company, a Dela- the naval may Starke; a sister Mrs. Kitty R. County. Florida. on this 21 daf
"Motor Trend's Cars of the .'. "Trunk is large. Low load- ware corporation. 80 acres of service.Midshipman bushes in three forms. Theseare Lane Jacksonville; and two Brooker; and four grandchildren. of December A. D. hG!.

ing makes it simple to load." land Graham is a bare roots, in containersor I ren. I CHARLES A. DARBY, I,
Year prove their mettle in ac- $7,200.Harry graduate of Bradford County grandchildren. I Clerk Circuit Court Bra4I.

tual testing, confirm their engineering "Our Classic with the N. Green, Starke to High School, class of 1960. He burlap wrapped. The latter'! Funeral services will be held :!1 Funeral services will be |i ford County. Florida.Crosby.
in Marian U
I By.
is called infant style becauseof 2 Saturday
held at p.m.
E. I. DuPont
excellence, reliability, rugged, ohv in-line Six. gave de Nemours and was president of his class, an and!! at 3 p.m. Friday in the First Church !I Paautv Clerk_
: 418 the triangle burlap the Pine Level Baptist
Company, acres of land.
sturdiness and performance." high of 26.7 mpg highwaycruis- outstanding member ef the Methodist Church with Rev.
$41,800.J. damp bottom. I with Rev. W. E. Hall and Rev. C. T. U.
: "Quality has always been one of American ing mixed city and freeway gave 23.4." E. Hardy, Starke, to L. Tornado football squad, member For the procrastinator. John R. Brabham officiating. Roman Alvarez officiating. W.
I "A performanceorientedvehicle of the Beta Club, and "WOE HDi THAT
Motors' largest selling points. sportier, more K. Whitehead and Maitland container-grown roses can be Burial will follow in Crosby Burial will follow in the TQ

"In unitized bodies,which American Mo- the Ambassador V-S should sat- Whitehead, parcel of land, valedictorian class. of his graduatIng planted later, but will cost a Lake Cemetery with DeWitt I I family plot in Conner Cemetery BU1LDETH A TOWN WITH

I tors pioneered, this latest design represents isfy the wants of the Rambler buyer who fancy price.Varieties C. Jones Funeral Home in I I under the direction of De- BLOOD THAT STABLISHETH
$900.E. He entered the Naval Acad- I I A CITY BY INIQUITY!
a real advancement. biggest single reason favors performance. A. Winkler, Starke, to emy at Annapolis in the summer to plant can be a charge of arrangements. Witt C. Jones Funeral Home. (HABAKKUK 2i; :.)

we chose Rambler Car of the Year." "There isn't any pitch or choppiness no- Mrs. Annette L. Tucker and/ I of 1960 and during his problem. Old-fashioned favor ,

"This new construction method resultsin ticeable even on rough roads." or Barbara Valinski and Joseph -. three years there he has been ites have advantages over the I ,

a unit so strong it'll take punishment "Summing up it looks like the new H. Valinski, Starke, parcel on the Superintendent's List, newcomers. These include

longer and naturally hold its resale value." Rambler will be an even better buy thanit of land, $3,200. and is a member of the Pub such roses as Louis Phillippe I :
Minnie Francis, Marie Van
lic Relations Club. and the i
"The interiors of both the Classic and has been in previous years.
Safrano. Often
Houtte and
New Golf Pro Foreign Relations Club. ]I
Ambassador and comfortable... Why don't you look at the 1963 Rambler?
I are roomy Last summer he took naval they thrive where. the modern|I

offer plenty of legroom." Best-selling Rambler ever built! NamedContinued aviation training at Pensacola. i hybrids succumb to the deep I I Ii

Is amphibious warfare trainingat South's tropical temperatures, 20 Words or less, one time ______ JtS Memorials Resolution U per W

Little Creek. Va.. and attended high humidity and diseases. If not paid in advance .- 1.09 Cards of Thanka, up t. 59 word .it

[ From Page 1] fire fighting school at Except for the most dedi- Keyed or Blind Ads 1.99Each Over 50 words ______ -*_,6e per

duties here. Philadelphia Pa. cated hobbyist, the modern additional word over 20 ____- 05 Display ads In Classified ___ 1.51 p., 1as

If Graham is scheduled to hybrid roses are the hardestto
Fox will have been at PANSY PETUNIA & CALENDULA II
Starke for almost two graduate in June 1964 will be grow. .
plants for saleMrs. I HASTINGS MATrRESI
country club pro when his commissioned an ensign in Site Selections Ferguson, Phone 964-5571, 2 !& UPHOLSTERY WORKS

Rambler resignation becomes effective the U.s. Navy, and will receive Plant roses for cut flowersin mi. from Starke on Hiway 16 F I

American 220 r f Rambler Ambassador V-8 February 1. a bachelor of science de a separate cutting garden, [north.] 1-10 2tchg. 710 Lem.a Si. fefctta'

TvkO-Ooor Sedan 990 Two-Door Sedan Wood, the new pro is married because they're far from hand- HOUSE FOR SALE-Close in. Furniture Repaired,

I and has three children gree.Meanwhile, he is findinghis some if pruned properly, covered two lots. You take up balanceof Upholstered ,& Refiaishri

\ Rambler Classic 770 Four-Door Sedan and is a member of the Bap- courses and extra curricu- most of the time with payments. Easy terms. R. F. Read The Classifieds! MATTRESSES REBUILD

AMERICAN MOTORS tist Church. He is presently lar activities enough to keep! protective fungicides and Starke.Demorest, 266 Park Place !IF YOUR NAME IS New Innexsprings
Dedicated to 2tp 1-17
ExcellenceDODD'S : looking for housing in Starke. him busy. Command of a ship! stripped of flower buds daily. i FOUND AMONG THE[ and Box SpringsDrop

-- at sea, a navy jet fighter Select a site in a sunny lo- REDUCED INSURANCEAT RATES CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL Us A w.tall

AUTO SALES, 528 S. Walnut St., Starke, Fla. Zipper Notebooks $ .49 at squadron, or a naval station cation. In the event the bed AUTO FIRE BOAT AT THE TELEGRAPH PALATKA- EA -91CI.t I ISTARKE
Bradford County Telegraph. ashore carries great responsi- DOYLE E. CONNER -
is located near large plants. FREE 964-5924 V
bilities, and the fundamental INSURANCE AGENCY
-- protect the rose bushes from MRS, PEGGY SHALLEB 1
training for such leadership Phone 964-4501 I TICKET TO THE FLORI-I ,
marauding roots with sheet
a 'tarke
tfchg 1 ApJdFOR
.i takes place on the banks of I of metal roofing buried verti- :.LISTINGS-- WANTED All t tI DA THEATRE. I II II -
the Severn River at the U.S.
cally along the side of the I i typesStrout Realty. P. O. SALE 110 ft. lots ''front

I (to] OFFICE EQUIPMENT SALE Naval Academy. bed.Prepare the planting site 1,: Box 1766.307. Starke. Phone tf 468-chg'I I I!- FOR SALE ing phone Hiway-964-1651., 16. _J._ B.2tp White M7: '

Mrs. Dyal, 55 prior to securing the rose FOR SALE2 br. concrete By Owner FOR,ENT-rOne: ; house'ti$

bushes. If the soil is loose block home in walking distance I In Pinehurst Subdivision' er.Can be moved on your U'I I
Services' Set of shopping area and lot. J. B. White, phone '
it toa
1 light and sandy remove churches. Furnished Concrete Block Home, 3 1651.
or un- 2tp 1-
.- 1: This FridayMrs. dept of 15 inches and replace furnished. Bedrooms & Florida Room
I Quiet large lot, 19 NOW F.H.A.-V.A., HOMES
t ... iI <' with compost of rotted I trees.. Ca1l969-2845. tfchg Carport & Utility Room.F. NEW JlOME5-BRICK'
I t k Tx Mary E. Bloss Dyal 55, leaves, manure and rich hammock -
WAIT-Fish Camp Operators H. A. VA-$50 Down
I II Approved
of Hampton. died Tuesday afternoon soil. For best growth, be 1, and Live Bait Dealers dQn'tstart I FHA 3% Down
in a Gainesville hos- I sure the replaced material is the new year selling low. Down Payment. DESIGNED FOR MODEBN

pital after an extended ill- quite acid. Many sandy soils i I grade, inferior bait. Satisfy Phone 964-3544 'LIVING. .

in south Florida contain too I your customers and increase 717 W. Cypress Street LA RUE CORPORATIONJOEL
ness.Mrs.. Dyal born Oct. your profits with our large
much lime for best rose production grain fed Florida Giant Red- Starke, Fla. HEARD rut 964-8611
25, 1907 in Brooker. Her '
par- of
worms. Write: Masters Bali Inquire at 311 E. Call St.
ents were the late Charlie and I Florida rose specialists. Farm. P. O. Box 180, Middle- BEWARE of buying any encyclopedia -

Florence Rowe Bloss. She was Choose an overcast day for burg Fla. 2tp 1-17 before you see WE DON'T

employed as an attendant at planting. First check the plant I LOSTOne black. white and WORLD BOOK. Call or write Sell you we tolp 1ob Y.

Sunland Training Center in carefully and cut back the tan Walker Fox Hound. If M. A. PAYNE. your local representative Good selection 'of new Mused

Gainesville and was a mem- bush to four or five eyes. Trim found please call C. R. Atkinson since 1956, Box 603 '8* and 16' Vide Mobile .

ber of the Hampton Christian off all broken roots. phone 2625, Brooker Fla. phone 964-3794. tfchg Homes. .

,... ,, Church. Be sure the planting holes 2tp 1-17 YOUR OLD WATCH Will LAKE GENEVA
: < v ,,'.u":..' ",,'"" ':<: ,. v Surviving are her husband, are large enough to accommo- FOR SALE-Reasonable pric- make the down payment on t I TRAILER PARK.
:;J- v Union David Dyal of Hamp- date the roots without crowd- ed used Televisions. Refrig- beautiful new Bulova at I 1 ml SK: ot Keyiionft HU.
erators Washers. Dahmerg
Excellent Discount
ton two daughters Mrs. Elmer -
$529573udget ; ing. In the bottom of each Condition. Bullington Appliances House.tfchsr I on Route 100 '
Lewis of Starke. and Mrs.
WE "EXECUTIVE1' hole drop a handful of garden i tfchg. tfcfcf
1 fetter,4 box drawersNo..c19$145.75 Juanita Parker, Hampton; one FOR RENT Furnished A-
Ideal for department Iteoefe trad salesmen. Will gTva a James Dyal Keystone fertilizer and cover lightly I FOR SALE oartments 1 & 2 bedrooms, REGISTER NOW for adult
1 : lifetime; of servke. Center drawer with lock and key. SWIVEL ARM CHAR son. with top soil. Dip the roots of Ready mix concrete, concrete. we par light and water. Con-. i evening classes. Mail yoii .

I I Heavy gauge 31cc!. Linoleum covered desk top; 60%" x 2 letter,2 box drawersNo. For the wJr."executive on the way up.Steel frams Heights; one brother, Frank each plant in a bucket of wa- block piers, fence posts, sand tact 431 Center St. or Bulling-j eourse selections to L.,H. Gib>>
Bloss. and sister. Mrs. Rosa son Drawer 100
ton Starke.
I :014".Mist Green Desert Sand,Sahara Brawn or Gray. 420_$1 45.73 and base in aluminum color. Adjustable tensioft Grimes, both a of Gainesville; ter just before planting. In- cement mortar mix rock.steel 964-6551.Appliances.Night 964-7191.Phone Day I fee per course. ,Negro adults 13.09

end height Seat 19"x 1614".Brown,Green,Win sert the new bush so that the oyster shell, limercck and roof contact Pro!. Thompklns R J,
1URNPROOF TOP AYsSIaUowiAColetttTrp*flirt cannot 6 box drv< stain, mo" nor burn.-....-Add'"CT"to number$15.00 atU1. Ka.419.6...-$151.25 cr Gray. _................_..._.M.....No.2845 $52.95 Funeral services will be held root system will stand at the gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfcht PEYTON FLORIST E. School, -. tfenr:
level that it stood in
same Bradford Engineering Co. .
I : BALED HAY for Sale- V. .R
-.III" at 11 am.Friday in the Hamp- jig S. THOMPSON
the nursery row. ST. Ferguson
-S ton Christian Church with TRAILER MART phone 964-5571.
iwir, Rev. Carl Clark officiating. With a slow stream of water I'Representing 8 Manufacturers PHONE 964-4155 ', 4t chg,1-17

COLE'S Spirit-Type DUPLICATOR Burial will follow in Santa Fe from a hose work the soil as low as $385.00 downon NIGHT 964-3891 or 9e9.1*22 : FOR SALE -14 ft. plywood

Cemetery under the directionof I about the roots, filling the New 55 x 10 wide. We trade DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS I' fishing boat and Murray,Trail-
hole to the ground level. Pack for anything 7 years financ- We Wire flowers er. Phone 964-8834. 2tchg 1-24:
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Anywhere ,
k: ing with low HYWY
firmly and put a saucer of : payments. FOR RENT-House with lake
Home.t earth about the plant to hold I No. 17. East Palatka dial 328- tfchg ,i privileges. Nate Dyal, Ham,"

PENTECOSTAL water. 1050 or 325-2048. tfchg.I INCOME TAX SERVICE ;, ton Lake. It chg
FOR SALE Simmons place NEW AND
$ USED Chain
L' HOLINESS CHURCH When the rose bushes beginto I SHORT AND LONG FORM saws
{ 715 South Westmoreland St. $50.00 up. Repairs all makes.
; r 324 W. Brow-nice St. leaf out, keep an eye out I Priced for quick sale. Owner BUSINESS AND FAR3ISCHEDULES Lawn mowers sales and ser-

\ '-.' Sunday School, 10 a. m. for diseases such as black I leaving town. For information vice. Your McCulloch Dealer.

,i '.1. ,;.' .,"",..' ,, x'. '" :Morning Worship, 11 a. m. spot, brown canker, and pow- I contact Williams Jewelers. L. D. RHODENI Florida Saw Co. 19th Drive
; Evangelistic Service,7:30 p. m. dery mildew. Insect pests: that tfchg I N. East Gainesville. 'O6-
Reproduces s one to five Dally9A3L.9pL
: y colors time. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, may harm the bushes will include I FOR RENT Furnished and I 3411. tithe
at one Anything Phone 9&-3031 '
you type,write draw or print 7:30 p. m. Prayer for the sick aphids, thrips, pumpkin I unfurnished apartments. Also I FOR SALE: 4" Dcmlng Submersible
I unfurnished 2 3 bedroom 1126 N. Thompson
at all services. David T. }[c., bugs cottony-cushion scale or 1 Pump.'COmplete'with
op to 9&M x 13".300 or more unusually brilliant houses. Reasonable rent. W. H. 1I '
I cable and
"SECRETARY" CHAIR copies. per master. Hand operated. Instructions Ghee pastor. and red spider mites. Nnllman Stark tfchsr WANTED j control box
Patio. Block I condition. $195. Ph.
Adjusts 5 ways. Nylon bearings. Steel Included.__...__No.415$85.00 Pksicz Your county agricultural a- Brick 533-2591.
boolccasa with e1 Get Ready for College and Income Tax Service Carpentry repairs Ad- tfchg
Smartly styled frame and base. Foam rubber seat: gent will be your best source ditions, odd jobs and painting. -
t ,
sliding glass doors. Three ; &Yes DDmdt School- Mark, Clothes FOR SALE- One play pen
adjustable 16tt"xl4Jitfx3"!.Green,Brown,Tan, -'- your of information on controlling 15 years experience. Rt. 1 Box >
compartments. 36" w, 42" h, 15" 4 Flame and Gray. No.2810$42.50TWO f' cf dollars Fountain Pens $1.95 $%.95 these diseases. I Charles E. HutchesonMon. 52, Starke, Fla. 4tp 2-7'; with nylon webbing and pad
insects like
Mist Green* Desert Sand or Gray ./ . Your bit-Laundry Marking 29c up I Fri. After 5 P. M., FoR new. Also baby scales
.4 Printing Bills SALE-C.B. 3 Bedroom I Phone 964-4275. Itchg
Ra.J42-GL$71.59 I All Day Saturday house in
town. Excellent
condition I New Rockers, many to choose
YfiAaS Gfcs Doors_J&3 $49.50 -- --- --- -.---- CALL 964-1195 extra. large lot. Only I from Special. $13.95. FarrtBargain
$9,918.25. $1,000 down. Ir Center 1% miles
521 Pratt St. Starke
r 10 acres with well. good farm
South ort U.S.301. Itchg.

4. : ... --'_.4teftcatIg / .'. WORK-SAVING STARCH Chged 4-12. Only land. $1,300.Few minutes Good to terms.town.I!I GRIDERS FRUIT STANDI I

'I Walnut St. 301 So Fruit
DRAWER 08ratcd area is open for semiretiredman I So. Starke. Fla. Phone 468- !, from near Ft. Pierce undamaged -
FILE : 1766. Waldo, Fla. Itchg by cold, Hamlin Oranges
GIVES YOUR IRONUHHU : t or lady. Many semi-re- i
1 : tired people are earning $50.00 FOR SALE
I IJ Designed for volume output Automatic paper feed] I j I Cottage locatedon and white Gnperu1t..Al&onu.and
to !
: $100.00 week
per Crystal 3
end mobtener.Equipped with location fresh
print vegetables.
con. k on time devoted to the busi kitchen. living
I room carpeted, -
Rugged one piece construction. Heavy fro!. Has automatic counter. Reproduces 1 to 5 POWER ness. :Maybe you can qualify. wall to wall car port, rm for ftp
J S For Plant Foreagr steel. Drawers glide smoothly on roller colors at one time up to 9i"! x 14". Instructions J For personal interview In your washing Newly painted last 'Mrs. J. L. Gentry

FerSalamea bearings. Equipped with spring compressors Included. - No.427$295.00 KM T= Special fntmita WrI.4s"atiGkJ kie" area write J. H. McGarity. summer. Modern well very LOST Black and tan male}

for record protection. Mist Same a chore! bet Lend operated! instead of electric I ,pments ytH w s-Bikes fVMflts scar -mistm. t. WUliston.. Florida 3 tchg 1-31 reasonable. Wm. Waite. 640 hound last seen In Starke. \I
STURDY STEEL DESK Green, Olive Green, Desert Sand, H42Sl87.5DPeT% I Two Automatic Washers. re- Beech Rd. West Palm Beach. Phone 984-2251. Itchg It I
Ideal for the receptionist, salesman er Sahara Brown or Gray enamel finish. conditioned. $45.00 and $55.00.Parr's Fla. 3tchg 1-31
student Heavy steel Has two drawers SUPPLY KIT 'Initial! lit I include 1 gdlea dupuccficg Starch new life, new brightness FOR RENT- ,1-3 rm upper ,
tlTTttSIZE ; Bargain Center 1% I Mrs. L. U. Morgan
E apt. 2, .sleeping rooms lower. f
WA" fluid, 50 master units S1 x 11 1 ream 8W'x 11*
for stationery,supplies or personal belongings miles !I
South on U.s. 301. Itchg
Wide High Deep Price lock iMpciq wftltWDDf II Private entrance and bath
copy paper, 15 sheets master paper,5 sHetis each red* WANTEDClerk typist and
and I
plus pencil cITp ,
tray.$0'I 217Ui 23" 17' $36.25 $425 green, purple, blue and black carbaa paper, 1 pouttoit1 Starch V. R. Ferguson general office position. Col- Call 964-1425. 403 N. Walnut {

w,27"b.17d A Desert Sand or IIGAL SIZE517.17aw 1 ccrredion pencil, 1 {jar hand dearaug cream. I FOR SALE Several small lege graduate. Mrs. E. L. Me-;: t._; ; Itchg
Co!. ...NaJil 1 $15.25 *
Gray 28 17 $40.65 $46.65. Completed! $15.9J IZSTARCH I I
i homes in Starke. P.O. Box Ghee. 324 W. Brownlee St. Two television sets good con

i 676. Phone It chg ditlon. $40 and $45.00. Parr's ;
: 9647111.2tchg 1-24 BarllaJn Center. Itt miles on
Bunk Beds with Mattresses, e r "**'
--1 Bradford County Telegraph FOR RENT Adults only.i $35.00. Fair's Bargain Center. VSr30l Itehg
First class apartment. Living 1% miles South on U.s. 301.Itchg. FOR RENT: 3 Bedroom trail1 i
room, bedroom, bath, and kit- i er. Also trailer lots for rent
chenette. No pets please 123 : Westmoreland Trailer Park '
I I jN. Church St. Itp phone 9692151.tfc& ,



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: ,I ....'""",'.......",. STARKE, FLORIDA ,THURSDAY,. JAN. 17, 1963

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0 Mrs. Wynn 85 METHODIST CHURCH JANUARY BIBLE STUDYAT received will be publicly openedand
NEW RIVER CHURCH read aloud on the follow-

: 'e Services Held SundayChurch School for ing Twelve: month supply of fuel
,,, w all ages, 945; aon. Morning Everyone In the New River oil. approximate 140,000 to

:. t Tuesday, Jan. 15 Worship, 11 ajn. Snack Supper community is invited to attend 1SO.OOO gallons \o. 2 Diesel
I Fuel Oil to conform to speci-
Larger National Guard Company Mrs. Alberta Holtzendorf for MYF, 6 pjn. Youth the New River Baptist fications of American Petroleum
; Institute. Fuel oil must
Meetings, 6:30: Mission Church on Wednesdays at 7
t Wynn, 85, widow of the late not hare higher sulfer content
Study Classes, 7 p.m. Special p.m. to participate in the than 8<;% by weight. The ce-
Would died Monday
j J' Seem To Call For New Armory James Wynn,
Feature of Mission Study 8pjn. study of the gospel of Mathew. tane number must be a mini-
morning in a Starke conval- mum of 45. All bid prices
Sunday services are at 11 a. .
must be based on Jacksonville
: The announcement that two local and it will be 1965 before state escent home after an extended
our perhaps I MondayWesleyan Sub- m. and 7:30: p.m., and all are Terminal price plus freight
National l Guard Units, Co. Band and federal funds can be budgeted fora ,,,. ,. f illness. district MYF Banquet First welcome. less contract allowance.
J The said Board of Bond Trus
Mrs. Wynn was born June
Co. C, .will soon be consolidated and new armory here, but it seems to be Church Lake City, 7 pjn tees reserves the right to acceptor
f housed hi the in the cards that will be Lt 3. 1877 in Hamilton County relect any or all bids. "*
Starke armory brings on a new facility TUesdayCub Scout Pack. MAYOR'S COURTA .
and was the daughter of the BOARD OF BOXD TR1'S.TEES
'mote talk. It will be talk of a new armory obligatory at the earliest possible mo- late William and Elizabeth I meeting, Fellowship Hall 7:30 .OF CITY OF STARKE,

t for Starke, of course-for ob- ment.It. Johnson Holtzendorf. She wasa p.m.Wednesday light session in Starke FLORIDA.By; Merrill Edwards
viously the present armory will be totally is not too soon, even now, to set member of the Christian Prayer Meeting Mayor's Court Monday night City Clerk.
I .inadequate to house a unit more the wheels in motion toward securinga I ,_ 3. Church and had made her and Bible Study, 7:30: pjn saw only nine cases come be- -17 2t 1.24

than double the size of the Starke new site with adequate for Thursdaystory Hour for fore Mayor Randal Chitty.Of I
ti space, Gospel Quintette To Be, HeardAt home with her niece, Mrs. Ben ix THR cracrrr COURT OF
there Primary Department and Junior the nine cases, four were FLORID\ EIGHTH JFDICML -
an will be
comp&hy. armory so no unneces- Hall, for many years.
First Christian ChurchThe Choir rehearsal, 3:15: p. for failure to have a vehicle cmrriT. i\ .\ND FOR
C the Starke when the time that
I Qornpany now uses ar- sary comes Surviving, besides Mrs. Hall BRIDPOHD COUNTY. IN
mory alone, and facilities are barely funds are available. While state and I are two nephews,Ben Holtzen- m. Chancel Choir rehearsal, : under control and causing an CIU'NCERV.Angeline .
Eppley Sisters Gospel violin, Hawaiian guitar, saxo- 7:30 accident
two M
p.m.JOIL'lSTOVN were for disor- Adams
adequate. Company B has been head- federal funds are used for construc- dorf of Starke, and Wilmer Plaintiff,
Quintette of York, Pa. wilj\ phone accordion cathedral derly conduct of
quartered at Camp Blanding, but under tion, it is customary for the community Holtzendorf of Lake Geneva. by use profane vs. Divorce
appear at the First Christian chimes musical saw, and orr MISSIONARY and indecent language Harold P. Adams. '
the new Guard set-up it will "move in" in which the armory is to be located Church of'Starke at 7:45: p. gan.1 Funeral services were held BAPTIST CHURCH and one case each was heard Defendant.
"*ith C around the middle of to put property for the site. at 3 p.m. Tuesday in the De- NOTICE
company up m. Friday, Jan 18- .esgroup has appeared in by the mayor for disorderly To: Harold P. Adams. SFP No.
Witt C. Jones with
February. We have no doubt that Starke, The five sisters present a churches in 48 states, Canada, Chapel Mid-way Lake Butler, Raifordon conduct by fighting with a !, U. S. Naval Base Lakehuret,

Larger quarters for the local Na- which has already been proud to be spiritual program featuring Old Mexico,'arid. foreign coun- Rev.Christian Bob Badgett Church of the First State Road 121 dead! yweapon, vagrancy, and V You J. are hereby notified that

tional Guard will be a "must" after known as "a good National Guardtown" vocal quintettes soprano and I I tries. officiating. Angus B. Lawson, Pastor publi cintoxication. a complaint for divorce has been
this merger, with the new company and with a history of a guard alto solos and instrumental The public is invited to attend Burial was in Crosby Lake Bible School [using Bible filed against you, and you are
Cemetery under direction of required to serve a copy of your
still unannounced unit back to War numbers on piano, vibra-harp, the here. only], 10 ajn. Morning Wor- CALL FOR BIDS
(strength ) expectedto dating pre-Civil days, program DeWitt C. Jones Funeral The Board of County Commissioners Answer or Pleading! tc the
ship, 11 a.m., sermon title: Complaint on the plaintiffs attorney -
be around 150 men and officers. It will come through with a suitable site Home. Bradford County George H Pierce. 203-
"What Time Is It-A Time to Florida. will receive sealed bids
\ is also expected that some new and per- when called upon.Apparently Heart Assn. PresbyterianSunday Active pallbearers were R. at 10:00 o'clock on the morningof ? 0 5 North Temple Avenue,
Dance? Youth Meeting Jail February 5, 1963. In the !Starke, Florida! and file the
haps heavier types of equipment will we have fared very well C. Buford. Adolph Gay, W. T. teen-agers: welcome] 6:30 p. courtroom In the courthouse, original Answer or pleading in

I be required in the new status of a in the new National Guard reorganization -OrganizationMeeting School, 9:45 a. m Jackson, Jack Hall, Sid Shu- m. Adult Training Union, 6:30 on for county Workman's Compensation Circuit In the office Court of on the or Clerk bpfnre of the the

"general ordnance company" rather and no effort should be sparedin Morning Worship, sermon top- ford, and B. C. HoltzendorfJr. p.m. Study theme, "Is it right The Board employees reserves the rightto 8th day of Februarv. 1963. It

I than forward support units, which offering our cooperation to the end. HeldAn ic, "Our Christian Position to have a TV set?" Evening reject CHARLES any and A.all DARBY.bids YOU Conf*fall!
Company B and C have been up to that the new company has an armoryin 11 a.m. Junior Choir and Worship, 7 p-m. Miss Gail Clerk you for the relief demanded'' in

now.These keeping with its size and impor- organizational Youth Fellowship, 6 pjn. Eve- NEW RIVER BAPTIST Reddish speaking on the workin 1.17(OFFICIAL 2t 1-24 SEAL) i the complaint.Done and ordered. at Starke,
things move slowly, of course, tance. ning Worship, "The Outcomeof CHURCH Peru. Mid-Week Prayer Florida this 14th day of Janti.
the Bradford County Heart
Our 7:30 7:30 ary; A.D. 1961
FaIth p.m. and Bible Study. : PJU.
Association: was held at 8 p. Sunday School, 10 a. m. CALL FOR BIDS CHARLES A. DARBY,

.1} New Use For Old Bank Building m. Thursday Jan. 10. in the TuesdayExecutive Board, Morning Worship 11 a. m. Sealed the Board bids of will Bond be Trustees receivedby ford Clerk County Circuit Court Florida.Brad
Florida Bank directors room. Women of the Church, 9:30: a. Training Union 6:30: p.m. Eve- Steno Notebooks, Steno of the City of Starke. Florida By Janet" N. Carter,
m. General Meeting Womenof ning Worship 7:30: p.m. Mid- Ko-rect Type, Typewriter at the City Clerk's office in Deputy Clerk
Mrs. Q, Lloyd Farber local
Starke Florida until 7:00 0'-
Suggested By Library InterestsA chairman for the 1963 cam- the Church, 8 pin week Prayer Service Wednes- Pens, Typing Paper, Erasers. clock P.M. on Tuesday the: 12th George THOMAS II&Pierce PIERCE

paign, introduced the guest Thursday Senior Choir day 7 pjn. Everyone welcome. Ribbons, The TELEGRAPH. day of February A.D. 1963. at Attorney 'or Plaintiff
which time and place all bids 1-17 4t 2-7
feeler was thrown out at the ing, and one that-due to its bank-de- speakers Dr. Richard A. Nelson practice, 7:30"pjn.. -Pastor Rex Brookins.

County Commission meeting here Tues signed structure-has limited possi- president of the North- : -
day regarding the purchase of the old bilities for use and which might remain east Florida Heart Association

Florida Bank building, at the corner of vacant for a long time. Occupying a and Mrs. Nancy Riley, execu-
Call and Walnut Streets, for use as a prominent position at the busiest in- tive secretary of the associa- r STARTING TODAY! !!

public library for Starke.At tersection in town, it is important that tion.Dr. .
first blush, the idea seems to some use be found for the building and Nelson spoke briefly on .. ..

have much! merit, ana i the Commissioners that it not remain empty to give the the aims and purposes! of the
were obviously interested in the appearance of "another vacant building" organization, Including work
in,three research, education -
areas- I
suggestion, though no definite proposal in the business district.
and the Increased use
l ,has been submitted' to them, as Of course, no one knows yet whether of cardiac-catherization. He

yet, and it is not even known what the the price of the building would be pointed out that research has FORD DEALER ANNUAL

now vacant building would cost. within reach for library purposes, but been perfected in the usa of

Such use for the former bank build- large institutions have sometimes been "open-heart" surgery, the use s SNAP

ing would seem desirable: from several known to look with a friendly eye on of Teflon ,Valves to repair t

standpoints: ftould offer adequate such things as schools, hospitals, libraries damages, cause by heart ailments .

4. space in a central l l location for the pub- and such public-serving facili- the use of cardiac UPREAL

lic'library. It would l have the advantage ties. It is not without the realm of catherizatiax\ for detecting

of' putting l thejijrarv on the ground hope that the building might be obtained the exact nature of a heart A _

floor, whereda firM Sow-in an upstairs for this purpose at a lesser fig- disease, and the use of the

location which discourages many aged ure than would be asked from. a. commercial "Heart Pacemaker" for COrectfnJiieguI ? -
and:infimrpersons' from'using it. user, -. "\ l" rAt r Heart action.,; .

There would be.another great ad- any rate: the idea has definite Dr. Nelson stressed the need
for citizens to the
vantage-and this is important, too, possibilities, 'land we would like to 'see educating BUY SPtECI4ILSIT'S
of the faced
t It would put to use a now vacant build. it explored to the fullest extent. enormity problems
h la the field of heart a

ments. According to statistics,

I ': Are Instant Chitt'lings Next? I more than'a million people die .
each year of heart diseases

real What thing is? so rare these days as the crew-cut Then home toupees for and a frozen chemical TV tans.dinner, type more and from of are heart afflicted ten aillment.I to with 15 million some I THAT TIME OF THE YEAR AGAIN JUST LIKE LAST YEAR, IT'S COLD, COLD, COLD

( coffee At breakfast ttf wash down time a we dry drink cereal instant that and ment an, and evening at long of last canned to bed entertain-with a I Feb.Mrs.24 Farber had. been announced designatedas that UP NORTH AND EXTRA SHIPMENTS OF BRAND-NEW FORDS ARE COMING DOWN SOUTH

have remote with
may involement a Heart Sunday, and that
corn patch or a wheat field, but is non- tranquilizing pill to induce an imita- the house-to-house collections All PRICED TO MOVE APPETIZING SAVINGS FOR YOU IMMEDIATE DELIVERIES;

caloric, non-fattening, and darn near tion of sleep! would be made at that time ,

non-tatsirig Hive : This may be preceded-if Sometimes it seems as if the only with Mrs. Patricia Cauffman EQUIPPED JUST AS YOU LIKE HURRY IN NOW AND GET YOUR TEETH INTO A BARGAIN !
we time-by orange juice, dehydrat'id' "real" things left in the world are in charge. .

'. or frozen, of course. chitt'lings and sweet potato pie. So Other members of the Brad- r'

Theta into a drip-dry shirt and a far as we know, there's no such thingas ford County group present at rI I

miracle-fiber suit and off to a day of instant chitt'lings or frozen sweet the meeting were John Simpson

work with ladies with green eyelids potato pie. Heaven forbid that there co-chairman: S. 1,. Peek Swap for a Falcon and
and white Jr., treasurer; Mrs. J. D. Warren -
lips, or gentlemen with ever should be!
Choose from 15
n\\ secretary; Mrs. Patricia
Cauffman campaign chair- fun-lovinp 63 Falcon -

Reading, WritingTo still be possible with the aid i I,Kelly' Elected man chairman; L. H.; and Gibson Mrs.-, education Eugene wagons, convertibles, ,..

of a colunteer teacher who the and sedans Including ,
Be TaughtOn Pearson, chairman of '
has completed the 10th gradeat Chairman Of
Television least. Lawtey area. Ame,Pica's, lowest.

Bradford County educators Lawtey CouncilH. "El Cid" To Play priced 6-oassenger ,
Beginning Monday, Feb- believe the class method under -: sedan.

ruary 18, the Florida Educational the direction of a teacher C. Kelly was elected At Florida .Based on a comparison of
Television network will who has had training and experience chairman of the Lawtey City 23.26 ,manufacturer*'suggested ratal'
telecast a; series of' 100 half- in teaching readingand Council at the first meetingof January prleM.for tut wnptabtyquipped. :

Hour lessons three times weekly writing will be more suc the new year on Jan. 7. 'E1 Old" the drama of ,:-r .L_.

to teach adults how to read cessful. A class currently being Thomas & Pierce were renam- Spain's much revered 11th

and write. planned will be conductedin ed attorneys for the city. will be
l century warrior-hero, '
lt In Bradford County these the cafetonum of the The following committee ap-I seen on the screen of the Trade now for a handsome ,. -

lessons may be viewed over Starke Elementary School A pointments were announcedby Florida Theatre for four days new middle-
I' Channel 5 [Gainesville] and 30 minute pre-viewing presentation the new chairman: Wednesday, r*
this month Fairlanel!
Channel 7 [Jacksonville Thecommercial of the lesson followed Street: Leslie Phillips, chair- Thursday. Friday and Saturday weight r -

Channel [Jack- by the TV viewing and. man; Dave Shuford. Wayne January 23, 24, 25, and advantages at
sonville] will also run the concluding with a "follow-up- Massey. 26. compact cost. Nine

program.; Viewing schedules. discussion about the lesson Sanitation: Wayne Massey, for I il
Brought to the screen modelsIncluding
: and, .days are expected to vary will be the general plan of chairman; B.E.Reddish,Dave intense l
the time is
but will be announced before the class. I Shuford. first new middleweightwagons
of Rodrigo. Diaz de Bi-
I story
t the opening date. Classes may be organized I Finance & Taxation: B. E. var, Spain's much revered and hardtops :

The pilot literacy programwas anywhere in Bradford County Reddish chairman: Dave hero of the 11th century best

first developed by the according to L. H. Gibson Shuford, Leslie Phillips, known as El Cid,,whose brav- I. }
Philadephia Public Schools adult education director. Chief ery on the battlefield and Save on a big Fordl! : !

over a period of two years.' requirements are a TV set great romance with a noble- Enjoy Ford Galaxie's -.,, t
Originally planned for homei receive the which provides exercises for
that can programand I woman have gripped poets for $10 Million Ride t !
i viewing it was found c during a facility which can provide each lesson according to Gib- new S.n ,.
nearly 1.000 -" r
I experimental viewing that for a minimum of fifteen son. Charlton Heston years. is cast as in a luxurious sedan, :

greater accomplishments couldbe members in attendance on a El Cid, the warrior who united hardtop, wagon, or _
made when the lessons were regular basis. Adults viewingthe Estefbrook Cartxlfee and
t Christian and Moor to drive convertible -= all with
taught in organized classes. program will also need a Fountain Pens SUS $2.15. the Islamic hordes from the

Home-viewing:, however, will TV Home-Study Workbook JS-35 at The TELEGRAPH. country he loved. The Super service-saving. features

Technirama Technicolor film '

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Loren as the
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I ttTT't'TY'' y'..,.,. ,.,.,. ,.,'TTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTV1HIGHLIGHTS Keystone Council I I I vvvvTYmyyvvyyvyyyyMELROSE ents Dr. and Mr6. Cecil R. .99tr.YY; ''''''...

KEYSTONE !To Let Lease ". II I i : Hook. Capt.from Itook Korea recently and with returned G R AND I N

On Airport Grazing: his family have returned to.'

I I their home in Winston Salem, fharleyenf Brantley
.1: By Mary. Schaeffer By Mrs. Alice Rothhammer
D. E. Pangborn was re-e-I I N. C.

lected chairman of the Key- p ..Y.YTTTYYTYY..YYTTYY'j I, Leon THomas is In Riverside '.Tvyyv yvvyyyyyyVVVH. ......
L& AAAA.. AAAA J Woman's Club I
Hospital in Jacksonville.Mr. B. Sikes. .not, Griffin.Ga. .
stone Heights town councilat '
.. Executive'Board
At recent
DoPont Employees master of Troop 105 of Keystone -' the first meeting of the -, .-r4- ,. ? a and- Mrs. A. F. Tyre are spent several days last
Credit Union I went their meeting of the MelroseWoman's ; with his .parents, Mr.
Meeting Heights on I new year Tuesday night. Gene home after a seven month. week

'/members of the DuPont first ten-mile hike of the Williams and Bill Beam* who : Club, Col. Ralph i stay in Key West. and- Mrs. H. B.: Sfc} ss, Sr.

Mining Employees' Credit Un- I New Year.. Highlights of were elected in December, _ fensein Stevens,. Director of Civil De- 1 Mrs. Mary Etta Seeba of I Mrs. Alma: Price Jnd Mrs.
Melrose. outlined his
ion win! attend the twelfth annual the five point compass course were sworn into office at this 1&* :i Dothan. Ala. died Jan. 7 after i, Betty :r-. Usof Melrose wen
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planfor civil defense for
meeting in the auditor- hike were map reading and time. : Melrose an extendedI11ness. Her parents j calling on Mrs. Rosa Brantley.
I The club voted to ,
ium" of Ute USO building on hike cooklnv. In a brief, two-hour session I 4j f____. co- are Mr. an4 Mrs. J. J. i I last Thursday.
operate .with
North Temple Ave. in. Starkeat I The boys camethrough in the Council: his plan and Boyle of Melrose. i Mr. and Mrs. Hugh. Padgettof
6:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 19 fine shape. I. Accepted the low bid of I' a,7; :t I I voted the clubhouse also to for permit civil defense use of
In addition to the business Barry Wyman is their Scout $1,100 [with trade] of ,St. c&f her brother, J. A. Wilson from ; Belisario last Thursday.
headquarters. A
meetingincluding declaration I master. was :Mrs. E. C. Carpenter and I
: Johns Chevrolet Co., Palatka, Biazil Ind. are spendhia the i
v discussed
j of dividends- there will Twenty-four Couples for a new police car [8cylinder preparatory prej j! winter; in the Campbell .cot- !, Tony of mterlaehen were visiting -
senting to the club-
be door prizes. food and enter. Enjoy Tournament Chevrolet sedan]. Mrs. Annie Sikes last
: Mrs. S. I tage. Visiting. tbem is Raymond !
'J Sashoff, Ways and
tainment. I On Sunday afternoon Jan. five- Sunday-
I Announced that a new : V. McCullough from i,
Husband-and-W i f e Means chairman, gave detai1 Edith Bishop of GaLn
(, Members should plan now 13. a year lease for grazing rights __ Indianapolis, Ind!, i
concerning the of
to hold this date open and Tournament was held at the at the Keystone Airport will evening en esvUle was visiting Mrs. Ella
.. -. tertainment. to be given Saturday CQl.. and Mrs. Roland Bower !,
Country afternoon.
Heights Belisario Sunday
join their co-members at this Keystone be negotiated at the February
Jan 19' at the Melrose of Colorado Springs,
24 couplesin and Mrs. Nejb Comstoc
important meeting. Club. There were council meeting. All interested cOIO'1 Mr.

Non-member spouses are all, who participated. Low persons are invited to bid. __ High School at 3, p.m. Four-i visited Gen. and Mrs .of Shirley, Mass, visited Mr.
teen different acts with skill- Hauls and are now tqurmg I
by Dutch and and Mrs. Jack Grout Tues
also welcome. Gross' was won The council will also consider(j
.. ful will Squth Florida.
School MusiciansTo Odelle Hennies; second Low : including hunting rights along performers comprise I day, They are going on-SOuth. :

Be Heard Gross, by. Gordon and Eileen with grazing rights. ._ t tw4 l the program. This is being Mrs. Glynn! Rothhammer. before returning to Massachusetts. .-

,. I' d 1'' 4J sponsored for thc benefit of and children visited her parents .
Al PT."fonight Discussed the fact that some 4 .. -
Lee.Low -. .. '"-( i the Scholarship Fund and Civil Mr. and Mrs. Clyde '
Gena -- Stautamire
Tonight Thursday] at 8'clock. Net was won by bottled gas companies oper- wes'I'l Mrs. Florence

is the regular meeting and Bert Christoffers; second ating in Keystone are collect- The. Daurers And. Fri nd-- I Defense. l ley in Gainesville I oj OUJnesvffle was visiting.: Mr .

time for the Keystone Heights Low Net, by Lois and Lindsay ing the utilities tax and some The next meeting of the John J. Seykora Sr. is in I Annie S&es last Thursday. t

PTA. I. Walker.A are not. The matter will be .. I Woman's, Club will be Jan is Alachua General' Hospital lIll Mrand Mrs. Roland Tan-

A special treat is in store Side Tournament of Mis- investigated and a decision Old Time Vaudeville Show Will Be at 12 noon at the Clubhouse. Gainesville.. ner and children went to Or: 1

Matched Pairs was won by made at the February meeting I The program will begiven, by Miss Mary Tyre of Jacksonville lando to visit friends- on last

for little all lovers of music for, and those a Doris Ottinger and Bill Rey- whether to have all bottledgas Showcase For Local Talent Jan. 19 I Dr. Cecil R. Hook showing' his spent the weekend with i Sunday.
color slides of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
who feel that: music should be nolds. A buffet dinner was companies to collect the European- gar j Mr. and Mrs. Charlie -Sappot

S the club house, following tax not.Heard dens, taken on a trip to Eu- F. Tyre. Palatka 3ptnf Friday with
taught in the school. This held at or Whoever said that vaude- ot whom have been, at one be Floyd Baker and George this Mr. and Mrs. Walter Deanof I : .
past summer. The
tournament. from Brad- rope Stuart and Mrs.:!
evening the Keystone High the a request ville was dead? time, well-known figures in LaRue of Keystone; Clarence I will Columbus Ohio were recent Mrs. Margie .
January 14, the ford County CommissionerJerome I program be open to the ,
School Band will make their On Monday Well 'taint so! Because on the world of show business. Holden of Melrose; and Dr. :. Misses Attie I Ruby Rosson. f
public starting at 1 Those
Johns for the rightsto p.m. .
W.G.A. played
A debut. Gene Croft. who is getting ladies of the Saturday night, Jan. 19, at 8 Among these are Janet Lamm, Harpik Hovhannissian of St. 1 i Anna Lee. I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Me
interested invited. and
the \
tournaments.The on
his degree in Music at their weekly establish a clay pit p.m.. a, good ole 15-act var- Tom Garnar, and George Massa JohnsRiver Junior College- School News Call of Jacksonville were vbi .-
18 located :: Melrose Duplicate Bridge '
played Airport property
I the University of Florida, has 18-hole group Keystone iety show will be seen at the as member of the combo; Palatka. i, The Melrose- Mustangs tallied in; Mrs Annie-Sikw over the

I organized this little group. holes convert 6 holes to par in Bradford County, for Melrose High School auditorium Jack Haberstroh,. Leo Le- The Melrose Woman's Club i i Winners of Melrose Duplicate their third loss Friday weekend.Mrs. .

less three quarters handicap. use on Bradford County grad- j' are the. following; Tied .Childies of I
hoping it will form nucleus Blanc, and George Massa, is sponsoring this entertainment I night at Bell with a score oC ,

I for a real marching band Vesta Aiken was the winner, ed roads. Council will check... Among the featured perfor- singing in the male chorus; with all proceeds; going I, for first place,Mrs. MH.. De- : 4732.' Danny Moody. toSe4.1n FlorahoouJ: has! been appointe4 ,
football with Eileen Lee the runner- with the Civil Aeronautics Ad erstwhile for. Bass, Mrs. Hubbard! Mrs. Roland -, of the Florahomepost
t to play at our games mers will be such Mary LaRue [former soloist for a scholarship fund 14 points for the losers and postmaster

" \ etc Next year it is hoped that up.The I ministration to see if permis. professionals as Joe and Rose- with Les Brown and Hal Melrose High School and for Bryan, and Mrs. W. H. Jimmy Downs scored 1K( The office..

he, will be teaching a regular 9-hole group played 9 sable before making a deci mary Daurer, and their side- Kemp; Dr. Sarah Lou Wells Civil Defense. Tickets [$1 Davie; second place, Mrs. Kay Melrose girls came out on top, Mrs' Callie Rye was shopping -

course in Music at KHS. His holes, convert 3 holes to par, sian.Agreed kick, Joey O'Toole [above] each] may be purchased from Segur and Mrs. C. Maxson; closest of the in Starke on ThursdaPABAN "",
and in their game
of Key- will do the Charleston,
to request
; wife is the Commercial Edu- less three quarters handicap. and scads of other local lum- members of the Melrose club, third place, Mrs. D. Collins with of .3S-34;
\ winner, stone Lions Club for a copy also a clown act; and Gvut and Mrs. John Foster. season a score CHURCH
cation teacher at KHS. Faye Mangels was inaries. or are on.sola, in Keystone at undefeated. En. BAPTIST

tome out and show these with Mittie Haynes as runnerup. of the minutes of each treasurer's meet- Ten residents of Keystone Massa will dance a soft shoe Belote's, the Lazy Susan, and PerMmaU remaining route home, the school bus OBANDIN, FLA..l..
and monthly
children that you are inter- ing Heights will take part, many routine. Also in the acts will LaRue Insurance Agency. I Bobby Daniels: is visiting, carrying the players was
report for posting on bulletin Sunday School, 1& a. i%

ested. Take 10-Mile Hike Interested golfers are monther-askedto board at post office. Indians Play Friday the Masonic Hall March 2- sionaries. in South Korea. his. grandparents, Mr. and struck on the side by.a. car. I Morning Worship 11 a. m. I
Scouts the .
lemember Mra R. C. Daniels. He has reenlisted in. the car
Instructed Mayor Lindsey Card Party Planned I A woman passenger Training Union, 6:30 p. m.;
native costume :
Jan. 12. ten to be Wearing a
Saturday dtournament
pn and-chil And ;n the Navy and wilt killed the others were
Saturday was 7:30 m. .
Walker to give a note to city ; The Ladies of the Keystone Eyening Worship. p.
Boy Scouts and their Scout- played next month. she described in detail the several -, leave Jan 19. None of the students Wednesday .
dog catcher, stating his authorization Beat ParkA Heights Woman's Club will hospitalized. Midweek Prayer Meeting i
Members Orange
Eastern Star items of dress, and explained -
injuriesin '
17 when picking up hold a benefit card party on Mr. an" Mrs. Tom Odom received serious 7:30' p.Prayer *1. \
Plan Banquet Jan. that the. natives-and \
RETIREMENTINCOME The regular meeting of dogs, so owners will know he busy schedule faces the Thursday,. Jan. 31, at the Ma- she -. wore the costume to and children of Graceville, the accident which occuredat .t
crossroad' in Orange
in the
Ga, spent the weekend
such duty
authorized for Hail.Cards .
Eastern star Chapter 279. is Keystone Indian cagers this I sonic start- special festivals,andtoi church, Melrose with Mr. and Mrs. Heights about midnight.The and Sermon IFirrt I

was held Jan. 15 in the Ma- week with all three teams will be played For other activities the cus- I and Mustangs will play at communion! Ipjn.
Maxie King family. Sunday. Holy
1 and
at again
ing p. m.,
playing both Friday and Saturday -
sonic Temple.An tomary American: dress a 18
ASK YOUR GULF lJANL.R.BRAULT election of officers was. after the Chapter meeting will nights. starting at 8 p.m. in the eve worn. Wesley A. Patterson: son of Anthony Friday nigijt, Jan. .,Episcopal.Young Church

be Mrs. Frank Stitchberry ning. It is hoped that the ladies j Mr.;: and:Mrs. H. Patterson, received men. -
held, and plans completed for Added to the schedule are Mrs-. Mathesoa also/ told oi METHODIST CITUHCHMgLBOS

1 official visit and banquet on Mrs. Ruby Osteen. Mrs. Ar .the Friday night games, when will bring along, their yisitin&. a. small island .lope his Master Arts:Degree Communion.'Tl i-neT: Lee W Httton
Height! rho.u husbands. With 'two sessionsof at the University of
Keystone Jan. 17, for Worthy Grand ceria Wilson, and Mrs. Augh the boys and girls varsity and colQ: '.-v a rehabilitation center ..
'I ."'0"
Jax Hi way 21 Matron Mrs. Leota Prosser. trey Vance. Mrs. Stitchberryis the boys B team will play play, there should be a .1. for those cured enough for Floridaqn DecN 22,, Rev. Kenneth W. GrtffUB, \ '
time to suit most Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Faber
chairman.The everyone. PastorSunday
Hostesses for the social hour Orange Park teams in the discharge. Restaurant
Church- ThEre will be prizes and of Coleraan, Mich were recent
Community Green Cove Springs gym. The Community Churchwomen School ':1:1.: a.m (
women served the dinner for buff et-3..j le 1 lefreshments. guests of Misses: Attie and Worship 11 a. m. H-
Saturday night all three have adopted Chinese j I
Eastern Star Worthy Matron's Mrs. Herbert Nelson is in Anna Lee. .
teams will play Bell high boy, Ho Kwang Hing, an 11- LAWRENCE'S DINETIfi
THE KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Jan charge. Mrs. Bedford Brown of I
visit on Thursday EPISCOPAL
school cagers in Bell. year-old from Hong Kong. The TRINITY SUNDAYS
17. A. R. Gaunt was genera. Proceeds will go to the Ladies received a hand-paint! Georgetown, Ky. is visiting CHURCH MELROSE OPEN
Last Saturday night the In-
and cochairmanwas I her brother-in-law sister A. M. To 9 P. M.
Chairman, building fund.hlasslerBamford. ed Christmas Card from Ho and 11
RESTAURANTIs dians came out ahead on a
Mrs. Walter Grolick. They Gen. and' Mrs. R. F. Holhs. :Holy Days 10 a. m.. Hob Hy. Keystone-Height .irht.
nip-and-tuck with or- Kwong. and a letter of gratitude !- 1' ,
were assisted by Circle 5, of game ], Mrs. Made Bamford of Lake for. their, help. Capt. and Mrs. Ralph Hook (Sundays 10 a.BJ. church ..... I
Park in the
Now Under New Management which Mrs. ,Bertha Jones is ange and children. visited his parKEYTQNEHEIGKTS-, School. 11:45 a..nt Morning -, .-. .- -, .
It Chairman. Mrs. J. W. Wildt. gym, emerging with a photo- Geneva announces her mar Due to illness, Mrs. Robert ---- -. rNURSERY- ...

I finish 43-41 victory., riage to James E. Hassler. an Henry has found it necessaryto
a IN leader of Senior Youth Fellowship -
WE SPECIALIZE Bob Jackson and Bill Games event of Jan. 6. resign, and Junior Fellow-
had charge of the dining
with Fresh VegetablesOPEN grabbed an early lead for Mrs. Bamford and Mr. Has ship Leader will] be Mrs. John
Blue Plates room, and waitresses were
sler were married in Folkston,
the Indians, making the halftime Wrinkle. Mrs. David Nelson
from the Youth Fellowshipgroup.
score 24-19. Ga.. Accompanying them to [473-4119 will arrange for all

6 A. M. UNTIL 10 P. M. Woman's. Club But with just a few minutes Folkston were Mr. and Mrs items for church .bulletin;

Chester Moody of Keystone while Mrs. Francis Egan will BUSt.I.ES'SOI.HE.CIORY
MONDAY THURSDAY Hear Plans for left in the game, it look- .
Financing Building ed as if Orange Park might Heights.Mr. handle all newspaper public.

Hassler, a native of Ten ity. - --1. .-.-.r>.4 I
The first business meetingof upset the apple cart when -- -" ''-

OPEN 6 A. M. UNTIL :MIDNIGHT the Woman's Club for 1963 Jerry McLaughlin hit four .nessee, is a marine engineer I Circle Meetings ScheduledThe APPLIANCEST I JEWELER STOCK

SUNDAY was held Jan. 8 in the Community baskets in a row and nearly with the Atlantic Refining Community ChurchWomen
FRIDAY, Church educational pulled the game out for the Ce>. vjith headquarters in Day Circles will meet 1 I CITRUS IX CONTAINERSL50
Philadelphia ,Pa. His work V Service Center Keystone. Jewelers
building following an Execu. visitors. on Monday. Jan. 21, at 1:30p.m. $ Tb $3.00 1

I tive Board Meeting at 1 p.m. Jackson was high point man takes him all over the United ., as follows: J. R. THIE8 Proprietor
States and most of the time Motorola Philcc and Gift ShopA Plenty of Blooming CaHellias
The Finance Committee for Keystone with a total of Circle 1, Chairman Mrs.
his wife will accompany him,I Sales and Service from 50c up. Rate Camellia
13. and Carnes accounted for
chairman noted that"proceeds David Nelson, will meet at
.. but they will make their homein Service On All Makes Nice Selection Of grafted $?.50- np. Plenty of
11. Orange Park's Buck Weav.
from the Bazaar Table at the home of Mrs. Edith Thorn-

December Meeting were still er was high for the night with I Lake Geneva. quist and her sister, Mrs. TV BAmO STEREO i Wedding Gifts .Evergreens. and Landscape' "s

being received, and indicated 19, while McLaughlin had 15. Their many. friends wish Ruth Ohlson. Work.Guaranteed-TV Rentals Sterling 'i' .nts' .

that about $80 will be realized.It The Keystone girls also won ;them ,the best everything.. Circle 2, Chairman Mrs. 'K -j'tlfoM Height*, 47S-4651 *' 'Greeting'Cards Let; us', landscape,,ouk; hornet f. !

I was decided to have a i iI their game, 45-21, with Ruby- CHURCH NEWS Sara McDonald, will meet at -- K ytoa* Heights 472-4177 o. C..Mtt ;t.lRSiRY

I card party on Thursday, Jan.,f lane Smith scoring 28 points. St. Anne's News home of :Mrs. r.,. M. Schroederon ,tn' ... hx h1

31.. with an afternoon session:: The ,boys now have a record The annual meeting and Brooklyn Lake. AUTO SERVICE. I I II I I r at Vloraheme. fb.HEALL g$444g5

1 and an evening session. Mrs. .. of five wins and three losses dinner at St. Anne's Churchwas Circle 3, Chairman. Mrs. : I. )iiLwQIt1T (; -- -.,

:! Herbert Nelson will be in for the season. heldjSunday Jan. 13. Walter Grolick-, will meet with I' T rrell' .! ESTATE; e. J(

| charge. Huntley Redfearn Jr. was Mrs. W. C. Byron on GardenSt. Gulf ServiceNew :C. J. Pete (XConnotEEALTO&
elected Senior Warden and : .
Mrs. Sara McDonald, BuildIng ., with Mrs. John, Karges .
I Committee chairman gave Pearsall resides in Melrose. Mike Hanks Junior Warden. co-hostess. & Used Tire .ib.J;
I Arrangements Elected to( the Mission Shop REALESTAfrHeSgbfr.: .
a comprehensive on for the trip will
--- I Circle 4 Mrs. Frank Stitch- Prom $3.00 Up All Sizes "
t2 maai' '
I progress made to date "on be made later. Everyone seemed Board- were Mike Hanks, Wat will'mtc Batteries MoJttqAcEgg.stone ; -
berry, Chairman, I I Lubrication AeeeLI CABINETS DOOXS
plans for financing the ,to want to Hardenbergh, Philip Parsons Pboo CU3
new go.
: 7:30 P. M. .
7A. M. -
with Mrs. Marshall Gallop at :OPEN I ,
and Ralph Crawford. FRAMES
/ I Club House. With a blackboard Albert Bachman will be guest her home on Brooklyn Lake.I .I :):fit* Iltighfe, 47S-427 I James H. McEacHem
sketch, she explained a tentative speaker at the luncheon meet .starting: Jan 25,.choir practice Circle 5. Chairman Mrs.!I i I SCREENS
i plan. and members discussed will be held"at 7 p.m., each | ; BUledaiiflub
at 1
ing p.m. Tuesday, Jan. ertha". Jones will meet at: Trim

____ 1 several suggested feai' i I 22.Each Friday. : home of Mrs. Floyd Koons on: INSURANCE I Ma a* T. Ori f.rl Completely Fumiahedbtd.-

i' tures. I i member is urged to, Confirmation Classes are Twin. Lake., with Mrs. John' I 'ilHghfar '"TeL '4585FLOlCBT Qcn jpaciou* home 2 year*

r The President, Mrs. Julius i bring a guest or prospective i iI held at. 10 ,!ajn, on Saturdays- !i Kingsbury, co-hostess. Ii i,, Kpyt. __._
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Hanson. appointed a sub-fi I member. Also a covered dish, .Inquirers Classes at 7:30 p.! The, Evening Circles. ,will Murrhee Insurance :i.- .-..- .' -. .. vItb. dock $1OO.fh1TrLJ ..

nance committee, approved by I and table service for self and m.. on Sundays. These classesare ,. : SANTA >
-) H e
meet at 8 follows
p.m., as :
"I Pay Myself FIRST! I!
membership vote.. This guest. open'to: all' Young People, ,
I committee Circle 6, Nightengales, I .3 Mrs..4.T... R. Martin Aesocf&tmr.
AgencyGeneral I
whether confirmed not.
I" will include Mrs. William The members extended the or
FIRST dollarai that out of will meet at home of Mrs. JAMES H MCEACHPflfp. : .
"The come
my pay en'elopergQistraight Reynolds.Mrs.Ruth Lott. Community Church a vote of : Community Church Women I Insurance. Edna WihiLmsFLOgTNtm5r1T r. ,

; into my savings account wherethey : Mrs. David. Nelson, Mrs. Alma thanks for the arrangementsmade :1 H .ve Evening Sleeting: I I Ray Starnes on East Lake- Fire Casualty Bond O. Box 163 P&cae'tltyfKeyatone

right.to work for. ME. earning interest : The first 1963 i view Drive. Mrs.. Leon Wagner Heights, Fla.Si .
go ; evening ;
Frost, and Mrs. Fremont Tol- for the club to usee the Allied Line .. .
-. -- .
.. .' building up week after. week into something I t lea. The latter three are members -. educational building for meet. meeting of the Community | chairman. I ; ystOll(8elgftts.! :)"- r FLOWERS' -- :; ; : "roo" ;o;

that's beginning' to> look like ,real money. of the Membership Com- ings. Church'Women was held Monday I) Circle 7, the Rebeccas win :! Fer All Oecuteu-- 'Ir J. EvMcKay, Realtor

1The way I figure it,. the dollars I SAVE each week n' mitten Estrtffita Club Jan. 7, in the educational -j neet at home of Mrs. Frank I '. A?*!! fr0ltI! H6QMUelghU .

are the profit part of my: wages my profits President Hanson announced The Estrellita Club met atj! building. Mrs. Charles-Walr, Ilgen on Brooklyn Lake. Mrs.j. Il l Insurance Problems r Iftlrose Pho i: OR S23UI: .,..i 114' L

that will add up to the kind of home I want to live that at the Jan. 22 luncheon the Masonic Hall on Wednes- j lenius president of the organization i W. Wildt i* chairman oj i Call the Man from I i KtJ1twe -Ph. 1471

ip, the kind of education I want for my children, meeting an opportunitywill day, Jan. 9. at 2 p.m..In the j expressed gratitude circle. ,, NURSERY ; -
the kind of security I want my family to enjoy I be given members and absence of the president, Mrs. for the splendid: attendance "Travelers": l Winifred H.

now and always." fwests-.to contribute- "Pen I IraStringer, the vice president -I wita. ooa. new member and I FIRST BAPTIST I Monthly Payment Plan I "- <. ..;-* -; -. I I If i "W% FOR .

nies for Pines." This is a project I presided. The president, 'I Il11rs. eight visitors. Everyone enH, Available ,
Open a savings account in this bank and KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I i1tI -
Clemens Nursery ,ftef EJta Jlr.uI e14ke
J rt jpjed,4hfi( $simulating P' granj. 1
Uw-Federation.-of Wa-: >GeorgeYoung's: nsigna.I I f i
(get theTtftlT .bF faying i ydirself FIRST.1THE I II >*
l nun's Cl bs. They have a< section I tion .was. accepted: with it-\I Following devotional led by ; J. R. Smith, pastor, Ralph I Geo. E. LaRue Citrus tree |t $ f4 $Uiiometn '.I roJrtie. Acrtfafin
.ln $ .
of pines in the Ocala National -i gret. Illness in Mrs. Young's Mrs. A. C. Holt Mrs. Willi. : Copel nd. Minister' of Musk Keystone Height I III i M Cttjf
KEYSTONE STATE I fruit, Canned 01'tareZ3Ieu -
BANK Forest. Another oner of daughter's' family fn Saiifurtl I War! rntrocraewt the' speaker I i and church organIst. Aft. For TBAVELEnSInsurance I ", Homes Henttl

I! their projects, the SemUwle requires her presence there. of the eyen 1g. Mrs.Chris i Services: Sunday School II Company 1 r Last; ."We' fak A Person InUrMJ

MEMBER F.D.I.C.A Indians, will bt needing pen Mrs. Young has contributedmuch : Matheson ot Gainesville. Mrs. ;, fr:45: a. m. Morning. Wonh1J.i ,. HomeOwnenAutomobile !, \ S...rff'0 t .$. \..0fa.. .i| In Your RequlrC1J\e.11

I; nles at a later date. Along this to the progress of the Matheson has been a teacher j i 10:50 a. m. Training. Union : Midway: Keystone Hdfku *
Bank in A Friendly Fire Hbray! 100 at Hillcrest
Friendly Community IJ[i line, Mrs. Hanson asked if the club' and. her leadership will in the missionary,&l 1d with l 7:00: p. m. Evening services I I'to .;.".. s1rjtuna7 ,

Keystone Heights Fla. ,| members would be interested be greatly missed. I,j the Indians of the Midirest.and I i 8:0: p. m. You are invited taI I Tel. 473-4692, Day 3|j-Wiles: East of .. ft- (* '8uadj3MI >>-

j I in seeing 1.. M. PearsalTs dls-I Plans are in the making for more recently, spent two I Il I &are family Prayer time wtth I 473-4325, Nite Key.tone.Heiiht.* i Oa &-
-4>I' v > play of Indian Relics. Mr. a Fried Chicken Dinner at l years with the children of Mix- us.

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f): -I 1 5 ::1k: Only The SetteeIs i Antique?- Show- This Weekend- J

SE The Same. Girls in centennial costumeswill of .school children Mrs. Odom

1. ..., .x v.J n r a L t serve as hostesses at said. Admission is 25 and, 50'
3 Bradford County's first an- cents, 'with proceeds going to
I IS t .svp. tique show to be held this benefit PTA. *
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"Prop" Used 4'M1 weekend in
.A 'cir By rpa tat e rPrs4 s s = +ir.r=!,: !1, tI the new fair Plans'are to honor the oldest
I Hoover Brothers Many Years building on U. s. 301 North. man and woman in the-

I ; I ,a, ,t,1t 41 \i i + !! .,' HS firr th Mrs. J. D. Odom, chairmanof county during the opening
I F 8'ate Ago To Be Exhibited HereA the High School PTA- day ceremonies. Persons wishing

\/ Ya sponsored events, said that to compete for this hon
I wicker settee now owned tures used in the anniversary
public response has been gra- or should register their names
1 by Mrs. E. J. Dowling Sr. I issues of The Telegraph had tifying, and predicted that the with' Mrs.' H. A Bishop Jr.
prcV1 should: bring memories t 0 been taken by one of thei show would bring togetherthe
} many older residents of the I!i brothers and because of their greatest collection of an- building, where PTA membersgill Among-the to many interesting -
the county who sat on it in the work Bradford County has a tiques ever assembled here. : be on hand to catalog I items be shown will
; x'i early 1900's to be photographed far better and more complete In addition to items shown and tag the items for safe !I be a Bible' more than hundred '
flan by one of the Hoover pictorial record of its history by individuals, several deal- return. r .years old, presented to the

Jat1st brothers. than have most counties of ers will have articles on display The show opens at 2 p. m. I Methodist Church in 1958 by
Mrs. Dowling, most of her equal size.
> i I for sale Mrs. Odom said. i Friday and will be open each I! \\Q. Haynes: grandfather: of
r children, and some of her One very attractive picture
1sy 4sa grandchildren have been photographed formerly used by The Tele- Individuals who have not day from 2 p. m. until 8 p. I :Mrs. Bertha Pearce. News-
trk&i with the settee as graph was the 1910 wedding yet entered articles in the" m. through Sunday. It will papers dating,back to 1804 !
prt a background. Mrs. Dowling picture of Mr. and Mrs. Char- show may still do so by be open Monday from 9 a. m. and many other relics of the
branding them to the fair i until 3 p. m. for the .
of '
said her picture was taken on les Futch. Mrs. Futch was the past will be on display
the settee when she was six: I former Miss Verdie Sistrunkand i I
years oldHer twin daugh- if the settee on which
ters, Marian [Mrs. Gene Long she sat was not noticed it
? / and Helen [Mrs. R. M. Lee probably was because of her New In Gainesville
and her son Billy were all I beautiful hat. The gorgeous
photographed on the settee.I creation must have been the

Recently her grandaughter, envy of every girl who saw, it. .
d Marian, posed for the picture This well-known settee will
used here. I be among the many articles

The Hoover brothers Frank I which Mrs. Dowling will lend % uy Al THE FACTORY !I
and Joe were known throughout I to the Bradford High PTA
f { the South as well as in I for their Antique Show to be
this area for the excellence of held Jan. 18-21 in the Bradford -
y.rr' their work. Many of the pic I County Fair building.

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In spite or a time lapse of 53 years, the wicker settee 1 .

shown here supporting Mrs!. C. A. Fetch on her wedding dayin : .' it.. "1 I II SAVE .A1 THE FACTORY!I
1910 is the same one shown at upper right with young Marian I 1I

f t Dowling posing so fetchingly. The !settee, now owned by (
f Marian's grandmother, Mrs E. J. Dowling, was a fixture in .
the old Hooker Bros. photographic studio and will be exhibited ,f., :
at this weekends antique show (Photo of Marian, and 4 _
story by Alice MrGaney.) t t}.," I It ,> See it made at the factory! _

a b 150-Year-Old Quilt Among f r 7 I Iy NOW for the first, the people i in the North Central) Fforida'area i can buy .
I ei Prized Possession 01 Mrs. Haynes ;.,. 1 clothing WHOLESALE! AT REGULAR FACTORY PRICESf! ,

r Love pride patience an ing of the quilt is the backing v
old-time skill, and millions of I of hand-woven linen cloth. In
tiny stitches went into the i telling of the history of the 4
making more than 150 years I piece, Mrs. A. N. Holliday GRAND OPENI NG SPECIALS 1
ago, of a quilt which will be I daughter of Mrs. Haynes said
displayed at the Bradford that the flax was grown, cU
j High PTA Antique Show this spun into thread, and the ni r + 0. 6
week. cloth woven by slaves, but the }
friday, Saturday and Sunday
t ti The quilt owned by Mrs. O. piecing and quilting was done

f L. Haynes Sr.. was made by i, by her great, great grand- : $ 7 5 I
her great grandmother, Ma- } mother McLarin. Wash 'n Wear Suits : f
nah Wall McLarin. on the, Mrs. Haynes and Mrs. Holl- 9 ; a+ II
family plantation in Fulton iday have many antiques, in' ;. .
County, Georgia. The design,' cluding furniture and dishes, ( Dacron blends, beautiful assortment of colon, .' ''t I
a stylized flower is done in that have been handed down I
soft shades of red and green I from various branches of the L .. shades and patterns. Sizes 34 to 46. Regular retail -

with yellow centers, each color -;i family. Also to be exhibited is S z price 2995. Our special factory'price . ,. ...,. (
a separate piece sewn together a doll's chest, hand made by Lovely heirloom quilt, displayed here by Hope Holliday, ' and appliqued onto a (; Simon J. Temple grandfather I granddaughter of Mrs 0. L Haynes Sr., was made by Hope's
white background. The squares -( of the late Dr. O. L. Haynes, ; great, great, great grandmother more than a century and a
are outlined in the same Sr. Mr. Temple was one of the I half ago. The backing (lower right) is of hand woven linen Slacks .
colors; and joined. Not only, is pioneers who helped to build grown on the ancestral plantation. $
the quilting done in tiny, even this section of Florida and
I Dacron blends. Pleated fronts plain!
stitches, but each flower petal most of the early homes were w For I
is quilted in several lines j built from lumber from his ily is the name Hope, Mrs. Holliday, and her daughter fronts Ivys Continentals Sizes 2.5 '
following the curves. 1 mills. He settled here in 1859. sented at present by repre-I Hope, who is pictured -
Adding to the artistic craft- Also a tradition in .the fam-. generations, :Mrs here. to 42. A regular $5.99 value. Our factory
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and Mrs. Homer Thomas I in Lake City with Mr. and! and has enrolled in a beauty .S.
and family visited Mrs. Mrs. Bill Roberson and daughter. school. We wish them both Our Nationally Advertised
Thomas' father T. G. Ernest the best of luck. I

I .1 By Airs. C. B. Nolan in Folkston, Ga. Monday.D. James Strickland of the Miss Patricia Parrish, i Dress Shirts $
B. and Henry Griffis attended -I Key West Navy base spent daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D.
."AAA.AAAAA&.aG the dinner meeting of the weekend here with his J. Parrish, was crowned "Miss For
W. Brown is a patient In the L. P. Gas Association at family. Baldwin of 1963" at the Rec- You'll recognize the label immediately.Regularly .

t1 Riverside Hospital in Jack- the George Washington Hotelin Friends of Jimmy Bell will ord Hop at the Baldwin Gym # $4.95. Buy 'em by the box oc I t cur
sonville.Mr. Jacksonville last Thursday be interested to learn that he last Friday night. She won
and Mrs. Dan Hargroves night. has recently bought a new the popularity contest on the -,_ factory price . . . . . .
and little Miss Cathy Can- Mr. and Mrs. John Waters home in Dallas, Texas. His vote of the student body and -
".j non enjoyed the afternoon in and Mrs. Dorothy Waters and mother Mrs. Emaline Bell, we are all very proud of her. t. -- --- --------

i i DuPont Credit I p-: t Wash 'N Wear Dacron Polyester SPECIAL; GROUPS OF _

Union To Meet Men's SUITS College PANTS

Saturday At USO blended with worsted AGO'' 24 7S r: .f $375
Regularly 3995. u ) $6.99."
Members of the DuPont : I
Our ,
factory price Our fcctory p..ie. '
Mining Employees Credit Un- !
ion will hold their annual -...... _...... .to. I 1-- r 1I e I t
PARENT dinner meeting in the USO Men's Harris Tweed :Her's Dacron Cotton
m building in Starke at 6:30: p. Men's RAINCOATSZipout Men's Raincoats ,
m. Saturday Jan. 19. Door TOP COATS SPORT COATS !

o & W AUTO SUPPLY ING. prizes will be awarded, and pile lined. Lined. Reg E!i i iE
entertainment will also be
$75.00 value. w
p provided.. Regularly $22.95. $1275 of pcdi! $15.95. Our. 5Q7S
proudly presents famed mamnapuiis nice tmrtr Our factory $2975 : cno frc'jl.kj. $1375 II
Rig. $u.5. Our
Our factory price . factory
BOB VEITHwho 75 Woods Fires price . i iI fo.CIY price prrc. i

lG will l present a special program for your sons and daugmers in Reported In Jan. E i!
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I lUre Koto ttttt spW ]rom experience on County headquarters The Florida reports i Forest 75 n woods Bradford Service fires II FROM OUR WOMEN'S"FACTORIES : ) II !

"Highway Safety Is No Accident"This with a total of 81 acres burn- '". .l' E
ed since Jan. 1. During the Women's Straight Line Women's i"
Highway Safety program. now m its sixth year has been presented to 2.000.000 same period last year there s
] s. students in more than 2.000 high schools in 48 states. Developed by the Champion were three fires with 40 acres SKIRTS CAR COATS sI I
Spark Plug Company in the public interest,this program has received the Public Service burned. The increase this $275 $ jL75
Award of the National Safety Council and has been honored editorially by the Saturday Regularly $5.99. i VV-th fur collar. A $35 aue.' 1
Evening Post. It has had the full support of educators / v year etation is attributed following the to dead hard veg-December Our factory price "..'.. .'. _... . . . i Our focto'y pre . . . . '__':: .
law enforcement authorities and civic leaders everyw here.. / X LWomen's ---'
4 and has been acclaimed as an outstanding means of impressing / \ freezes. Women's LinedRAINCOATS 9- .
Lined end/or Ruulibl.I .
teen-agers with Highway Safety. While Bob Veith is ( Highway Safety N Rainfall recorded at the For Boys
a top race driver, he spends far more time on the nation's n three fire towers during this 1
highways driving 35,000 miles a year to present the HighDGglllS llltH RAINCOATSRegularly
period was as follows
: Highland -
way Safety program. From his unparalleled motoring $1875 For Grls..1; 795
experiences, he brings to teen-agers a personalized safety Good UnYSrlilmessage 2.80 inches; Santa Fe With fur collar.. I $16.95. $875 j
they long remember. .70 inch; New River, 1.85 in- Regularly 3995.
A Safe Carr ches. Our factory price= . ._ Our factory price ... . RAINCOATS. .
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SecurityA Buy at wholesale prices and save by buying directly forkROPER'S .

representative of the
: uui Gainesville Social Security office -t
will be at the courhhouse ,
in Starke from 9:30 ajn. Friday .
Jan. 25, for the purpose i FACTORY OU1IET

ui of business.conducting social security''

302 N.W. 6th Street Gainesville Phone 372.7724
1 THE RIGHT POINT for gee .
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wax yon write. Cm in tea i Facing. the Central Plaza Shopping Center and Across from the Atlantic Coast Lisa Srot II..
1 elect your favorite ESTER-!
BOB VEITH ROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. !:' HOURS: 9 A.M. TO 7 P.M. DAILY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. FRIDAY ..--... 1 P.M.TO 6 P.M. EVERY SUNDAY .\


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I Sneak Pre-View This Weekend ............Y fn.mnBROOKER latka last Sunday.Mr. and family of the State Farm THE RIGHT POINT for the
and Mrs. Thomas Ham- were Sunday guests of Mr. way you write. Come in and

n 6Y r ilton and family were Satur- and Mrs. Thomas Hamiltonand select your favorite ESTER-
Redi-Mill Designed To Help day night dinner guests of family. BROOK Fountain Pen. 'TELE

By Shirley Green Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colson Mrs. W. T. Blair and Billy GIt 4PiL ,
and family in Alachua. visited Mr. and Mrs ErceU.

Lick Problem Of High Feed CostsFlorida tLAAAAAAALAA AVAElJ4j latka J. E.over Townsend the weekend was in visit-Pa- Sunday Edwards at the State Farm FOR SALE

Jane Adams Marian Green. By OwnerIn
and Phyliss Darby, of Starke,! ing relatives. John Pinholster Is a patient
Mrs.Iva Mae Lewis of Gain- Pinehurst Subdivision
operations fully automatedand & and Maria Moore of Kingsley in Alachua General Hospitalin (
poultry and egg I custom packaged to nt Lake were the Friday night esville was:; visiting her mother, Gainesville.J. Concrete Block Home, 3
producers will get a sneak pre- I IMIH Mrs. Amanda Lewis, several Room
the varied needs of most pro- I guests of Miss Pat Bigham after In St Bedrooms &: Florida ,
view of in E. Townsend was
a new concept on-
the :farm feed production pro- ducer operations. Its packaged attending the Starke-Call- days last week after being a Augustine visiting friends Sun- Carport & Utility Room.F. .
automation features are patient in Alachua General
ahan basketball game. H. A. Approved
fits at their annual exhibit the creation of W. E. [Bill] The Young People of New Hospital in Gainesville.Mr. day.Mr. Small Down Payment.
Mrs. Wilbur Thomas -
and convention at Lakeland.Jan. Bigham Jr., of Brooker, orig- River Baptist Church and and Mrs. Prank Tinney 717 W. Cypress Street
18-19. Official unveiling and son have recently mov-
inal designer and manufactured friends enjoyed a skating par- and sons of Gainesville were. Phone 964-3544
Is set for Atlanta on Jan. 28. of the on-the-fann mil- ty at Lake Butler Saturday Sunday afternoon guests of ed into their new home in I
Nucleus of the Redi-Mill ling systems. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey. this community. They. came Starkehas
system is its flexibility, which 3.r ..<,' zm.. fie. ,,,, afternoon. from Gainesville. I
Redi-mills are now success- Birthday Party Mrs. Charles Ryals and
provides a never ending seriesof fully operating in 15 states Kedi-Mill Systems are already making feed profits up to $20 per ton on nine Florida Mrs. Art Quicksall enter- daughter and Miss Mamie I

on-the-farm feed milling and Canada, and are reported farms. Typical systems, such as the one above are operating In 15 states and in Can- tained her son, Arthur, on his Clark of Jacksonville visitedMr. A tree that in summer wear '
/:. ada. A sneak-preview of this year's latest Inovations in the Bedi-MUl will be given at fifth birthday with a party and Mrs. Lloyd Clark A nest of robins in her hair. f
the Florida Poultrymen's Exhibit and Convention at Lakeland, Jan. 18-19. Saturday afternoon at her Saturday.

D & W AUTO SUPPLY Inc. home. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Green I
RED utat ni Several games were played were the Sunday night dinner BUT NOT THIS ONE!
State Rd. 16 Between Church and Cherry Sts. Aucor and.enjoyed by all. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester I IThb
STARKE, FLA. Refreshments of birthday Hardee Sr. in Jacksonville.Mr. I
Phones 964-4441 964.5891 cake decorated with white and Mrs. Vernon Crosby l.
OwnersD. ing trimmed with yellow I been stifled silently and i I

R. "Doc" Devrick Chessie M.\ Derrick .r orange, potato chips, candy, COMPLETESEPTIC\ slowly by Spanish Moss, !{
k. ice cream, pink lemonade, and public enemy number one of 1
Joyce L. Ward a' jFCb cup cakes were served. Party I TANK beautiful shade and nut I.,

I favors were given to each bearing trees. Visual preof

guest, SERVICE 7 that .
Automotive Parts SuppliesAUTOMOTIVE
-- Those present were Greg shade and nut bearing trees.

I JT +,Y xS'V V = t=i A7D r(ocNw k34f SL011D+ nl'- Douglas, Glenda Nugent, Sue Cleanouts Visual proof that i
AUGE! A Douglas,
: MACHINE SHOP WORK Jimmy Nugent, Deb- e
bie Douglas, Roy Clark Mike Repairs
EQUIPMENT PAINTS TOOLS I Automation In on-the-farm feed making is depicted in the artist's conception of how a Spanish Moss
Stephens, Cherie Hinton, *
SMALL ENGINES & PARTS I system works inside. Redl- Iill Systems grind,mix, auger and store grain Into its, own com- Jeanne Stephens, Patsy Ed- Installations KILLS TREES!
partmented bins, while the producer attends to other business. r
wards, Buddy Stephens, Robin -
Boats Motors\ Trailers Fishing Tackle I Parrish, Danny Stokes, and CONCRETE CULVERT Spanish Moss must be con-
to be saving producers from needed. From its own storage tinue in business must find
Shakespeare Rods and Reels Water Skiffs Peggy Edwards. PIPE trolled now while trees are
$10 to $20 per ton, comparedto facilities, a Redi-Mill system his profit, perhaps the only
Ski Belts Tool Sets. Mrs. Pat Harrington assisted dormant. A new machine f
will take ,
purchased commercial feed. grains concentrates sizeable profit remaining, in i
:Mrs. Quicksall has been purchased by FlorIda -
with the
medicants, and mine rals, lower priced finished feed. I Starke picture was made duringthe
Basicly the systems are and refreshments. Pest $Control & ChemL
We sincerely appreciate your patronage and welcome grind and mix them to the Looking ahead to the future games 9691952Green Spring. Notice the flowering
capable of producing feed at Home Demonstration Club cal Co. to rid homeownersand
your suggestions as to how we can serve you exact proportions needed. Withno for the medium sized opera shrubs and spreading
rates of 1,400 to poundsper The Home DemonstrationClub Cove Springs fanners of this menace
better. attendant, it will auger the tor, Mr. Bigham feels that a folIage of neighboring plants.
hour, continous- finished feed into its held its regular monthly 2843860FREE another step by this
This Business is 100% locally owned and all our running own crossroad has been reached
meeting Wednesday at the
employees are local people. ly, unattended and fully auto- fire-proof and rat-proof com- when either his feed or the operator Community Center. This tree like so many company to be of better
partmented bins. The augersare others in Bradford County service to you.
I ; mated round-the-clock, if himself will be finished The program was in chargeof
automatically controlledby right on his own farm. i
bin level switches. Miss Dorothy Ross, County yeolYllT DON'T TAKE PLAY IT
Home Demonstration Agent,
Operation simply consistsof COMGKEUATIONALHOLINESS; SAFE!
who instructions CHANCES
Exclusively OursBedroom gave on
setting the time clock for
CHURCH "How to keep furniture fit"Plans
the number of hours needed.
Once it is running, the owneris North ,301, 2% miles out of were made for the DIAL 964-3965 TODAYkd&PetCoKDtb
free to go about other work, town on left of the read. Bradford County Home Dem- I
take care of business in town, Yours People's Meeting !! onstration Council meeting to ESTIMATES
or watch his favorite TV pro- Friday, 7:30 p. m. Sunday be held here Jan. 29.
School, 10 Refreshments were served HAMILTON I !
gram. If special feed is need- a.m. Sunday; Night .
by Mrs, T W, and
ed tomorrow morning, Redi- Worship. 7 p. m. Everyone
Mill will mill it during the cordially invited to attend- Mrs. Iva Douglas. \J tD.
Buys in 25 Years! night while the owner is sound Rev. Carl Edmondson pastor. Mr. and Mrs.Roy Green and AND 1 6.

asleep. : family visited Mr. and Mrs.J. 539 E. Call Street ..Starke! ,.Fla. I !
T. Taylor and in Pa- I i r
On hand! for he unveiling BOATDRAIN BAPTIST family .. ..
at .the :Atlanta |how will be CHURCH

Mr. ;Bigham; who originatedthe Sunday School. 10 a.m. SHOP AT CARWS'j: j
concept of "completely
kjkjj.F .a Mornings Worship, 11 a.m. i
packaged and fully automatic,
Training Union, 6:30: p. m. i
S Ywi on-the-farm" feed milling sys- Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. I OPEN WED. ALL DAY

tem. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday,
R About four years ago he decided ; V #:
9 to test his brainchildon I

Li' the producers market, an ,
idea which persisted through The priceless gift CONVENIENCE
I ."..;, ... ....i-oo --f-. -6 several of Florida's i iV I
:'" :!) years as one -
?' for Mother
top poultry producers.He every
.< set up a factory at ,
. ', ..:!\<. Brooker finally named his ( .nw ''r- V

firm the Redi-Mill Corpora-
Of 1 -_..- .' tion, and began manufacturing / '2j'// \ f.1 j' I j : V., : V

d r .."... ,. ."." and assembling the sys- t
tems. He concentrated on a. i
flexible assembly which pro-

.: .c '\ "M.. ..N .\K vides a system for any opera-
tion needed, but all systems P tcnt No.i8 ,183
stem from his original conceptof

w..V ry V. an all-in-one facility. I 14 KaratMOTHER'S
During the past few years I
he has traveled the United RING
7 P1eceBedroom States and some foreign coun-

tries, acquainting growers with
Group Redi-Mill systems. As presi-I' She'll wear it with

R k i "' dent of Redi-Mill Corporation' pride cherish it PRICES DRASTICALLY REDUCED
5 he has watched his milling I
"? ?V' systems installed in 15 states I alwaFs.Thetwobandaof :

and in Canada. 14 karat gold sig.nifYhusbandandwifa.

Under Mr. Bisham'g!: direc THROUGHOUT THE STORE!

tion, Redi-Min Corporationhas in turn,the bands
trained a staff of profit
engineers, who conduct research are joined together by

DOUBLE DRESSER MIRROR BOOKCASE BED in the field to deter- I, the synthetic birthstone .ue vI
mine if a producer's operationis ; of the month for VaeDUe1U Re

Innerspring Mattress Box Springs And 2 Pillows such that a Redi-Mill sys- each child in the fam
I tem can be designed to pro-I Prices Reduced On Our Reg. $1.99
duce larger profits for the I ily. All rings are custom I
Professional Styling and Quality Constr uction at an unbelievingly low price!
If'1 I Modern\ Elegance, Sophisticated Wood Grain Finish in Champagne or Honey producer.feasibility This is done througha which i made. Superbly LADIES HATS BOYS SHIRTS
Walnut. Sparkling Hardware and a Large Beveled Mirror\ Creates a NeW encompasses all factors in the i crafted by fine jewel 7 :
Glamour Sensation for Bedroom. See it it Now Sale-and-Save. makers. ,
your Buy on operation. If results are positive -I ry REG. 3.99 LONG OR
Chest To Match $29.95. Redi-Mill then will placea I

FREE DELIVERY FREE DELIVERY system on the farm, under i Priced from $2500. NREG'11.929g N SHORT SLEEVE 144"
one of many lease arrange- I ow 100 KNITS ANDWASH'N'WEAR
ments. A lease is not permis- I COTTON
"IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT" sible unless the system will I i ._ -

produce from $5 to $10 per ton ;
in feed savings, above present I I Gem Jewelry : rV !

Denmark Furniture Co. costs and lease payments

With a shrinking marginfor 109 E. Call St.
average sized producers,I, Starke's

434 -.446 W. Call St. Phone 964-4321 Starke, Fla. Mr.caught Bigham in a cost feels price that squeeze the,I Leading Jeweler MANY OTHER ITEMS REDUCED TO COST I

producer who hopes to con-
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Come Have Fun Starke Range And Rink


t ; TUES. -- FRI. -- 7 -- lOP. M. -- SUN..P. M: S2| TUES. -- FRI -- 7 -10 P. M. -- SUN. 1 -- 4 P. M: '

I IVW//// SPECIAL RATES To Sunday School Classes, Clubs, and Private Parties. 'i i
1 Golf Lessons Given Each Wednesday, 7 P. M. J&AMllldg .-

$1.50 Per Hour With Class Of 5 Or More. jfa FUN FOR ALL Golfers, Skaters And Spectators Are Cordially Wel-

B? come. Refreshments Available. '

DRIVING RANGE Fee -,SOc and $1.00 Baskets .I
'. ,

Located in Middle Building at Bradford County Fairgrounds Driving Range in Rear :. .

I It

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f 'Rf .. ...... . ._, ... ... and a little sugar. Stir and I
T prizes won by Mrs. Don Hill :- --- ---- -- ICOCTY JtDGE-S COVUT William Allan Campbell. By. Marian L Crosby
put back into shells. Chill IX AM FOR RHADFORDCOUNTY. NOTICE TO APPEAR AMIOniIEK I X>*outy Clerk
Mrs. Dick May and Mrs Glover -
ALVpRElSTORE'S Home DemonstrationNotes and son'e. FLORIDA. FOR PVBLICAT1ON I l:'-j H 1-17
: HAMPTON Hostesses: were Mrs. Hor- In re: Estate of TO: William Allan Campbell ----
ace Dyal. Mrs. Lawton Young- m, Time For LiTlnj Marion A. Griffis, aeceased. Great ."Abaco Bahama Islands! -4-
; Don't foret to turn your TV Autic of Filing Petition For care P. O. Box :2268!:! West Palm i> couATVv JinGE-s: cormvi
blood, and Mrs. Milton Mosh- Float UUolinree of Ad- Beach, Florida \ .\\Da"OR: BRADFORDCOfATVFLOIllDA.
Dial to Channel 5 next Thurs .
, By Mrs. D. E. Hill : byDOROTHY ministratrixNotice You are hereby notified that '
er.Personals day night at 9:30: for the ser- is hereby given that 1.., a Complaint has been filed against In re: '!J.,
AAAAAAAAAjAAAAJStatement &&&A & 'k
i' ROSS ies on retirement called "Tims have filed my final returns\ as you by the Plaintiff in Estate of Fred Canton,
I Shows Mrs. Dave Dyal returned to ;f. Home Demonstration Agent Administratrix of the estate of'i': the above styled Court. The na-' deceased
City ; for Living.?' These Marion. ,' i':
A.: Griffis deceased
; programs i \ ; ture of said suit is for a di- CREDITORS
the University Medical Centerin ':i1'f\ "
Financial onditionBett..f : w171'be' helpful to the that r have filed my petition for,, torte and custody of minor "
Gainesville last Saturday, r >"f ,* youngeras 'I distribution and for final discharge children and you are hereby re- I All creditors of the estate of.
' For 1961-62 ? -
I 69TH I and has been in critical con- 4-II Recognition Program vy nr weight compared to its I wen'as the older people in and that on the 25 day quired to file your appearance !i! Fred Carlton deceased arei
Receipts for the city of a The 4-H Recognition Program I, size. The crown of spikes making 'plans' for the future i of January. 1963. I will applyto or written defense to said Corn- i, hereby notified i and required demands to
dition. the Honorable Theron A. paint with the Clerk of the Cir I file any claims or
Hampton for the fiscal year Mrs.. Ivy Williams of Geor- when the girls receive Ii should ''be"small land compact I Subjects covered are He lth..1 Yawn, County Judge of Brad: cuit Court, Bradford County, which they liajre against said. '
'| 1961-62 topped the previousyear pins and certificatee for proj- 'relation to size of the.fruit j io Mental Outlook and Adjustments I ford County, Florida for appro- !I Florida, and serve a copy of I estate in the office of the county
i iIJ gia has been visiting at the I judge of Bradford {County
I by nearly $1.000. and expenses l val of said final returns and for I said written defense upon the '
Bin Underwood home at t ect work will be held this I Pineapples may Tipen after: to Change, Budgeting an order of distribution and for I I I Plaintiffs attorney's OKAY, '! Florida in the courthouse at

dropped $330, leaving Lake. Mrs. Williamsis Saturday afternoon at the U- you get them home That is, j Your''Retirement Income, In-i final discharge as .Ldminfstratriz i,,i CHANDLER. O'XEAL CARLISLE i I Starke. Florida, within tha *date ix cal.of
a balance of $1,124 at the Hampton I ot; the Estate of Marion A. I & AYERA. :I1 K. E. 1st j I ender month from
SO. The
girls, their parents! turn But!
they golden 1n color. '' -
vesting Your' Savings 'What
Mrs. Underwood's daughter I. Griffis deceased. Street, Gainesville, Florida[ ou the first publication of this[ no-
IJ close of the year, according to and friends will gather at 2 the December 14. 1962. I Maim demand must
and Mrs. Louise Hogan's j I pineapple is' assweet as j Work Means 'to People Mak- or before January 28th. 1963.: lice. Bach or
the financial report just issued p.m. for the activity. : it' will"ever be the moment it iis i ing and Keeping Friends and PEARL GRIFFIS.Administratrix Herein fail not else a De- i be in u wrlng} and must state'
by Clerk W. H. Maxwell, sister. I cree Pro Confesso will be entered the plaeejMresidence and post-
Mrs. W. H. Maxwell was taken -_ Slides will be shown of the harvested. For best flavor, To Move or:Not to Move. THOMAS & PIERCE ; against you office ad'dresssot the claimant .
and read to the city council National 4-H Congress National fruit must be fully mature Attotneys-at-lan ", I It is further ordered that thisnotil'e i and must l he sworn to by the ,
at last week's meeting. to the hospital on Mon- : I 203-205 North Temple{ Ave.Starke eachi claimant, his agent or his attnrney. -*!
IJI Conference and published one
Coun- when picked.To 'CHURCH OF GOD
Florida, void
I Most of the Income fluctuation day for treatment. i I week for four consecutive weeks or it will became
,rl'i Billie has ty Camp. These are ways 4-H-r Peel Pineapple I 422 N. St. Clair St. First publication December I according to law.
Varnes purchased prior to the return date her: n .
I is from the cigarette tax 'ers are given recognition at 'ySw.Sunday r 27, U'62.uU I I December 21st 196%
111 Wash '' in the Bradford County Telegraph ] !
their old frame home from and slice cross- I' HAZEX.Executor .
4t 1.17 : MARVIN F
rebate from the state- this School. 10 a.m. published
N :
i the county state and national a newspaper or
the Estate
I WiNTER Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Slade and wise into one-inch-thick slices in Starke Florida. I of
ALL past year Hampton received deceased.
levels 11 Fred
: Morning Worship, a. mEvening '
knife. LTIIK nnn-IT j WITNESS hand and offij -
using large my
\ plans to move the house soon a sharp snjufo-- :*'*. '. COl RT OF First publication\ on December -
I $1,670. compared to $683 the to his property on the south- During the program the [21 With paring: 'knife/ peel Service, 7:30: p.m. Y- FI.OKIIIA. EIGHTH JIUICIL -j i cial seal at Starke Bradford I !7th,. 1.36? -
r' I previous year, and $1,400 the girls will participate in I I riHClIT, IN AMI FOR I I County. Florida, on this 21 day :! THOMAS PIERCElttorneys
Dress Jackets II year before: The city utility east side of town. I a can each slice. You may peel deep I PE each Wednesday<. 7:30 p.1 IHIAUKOHII. ('0 l"\: T1'. I\i i! of December, A. D 1962. i I : -at-law
die-lighting CHAXCEHl.JanVPrice'
r'r and income Mr. and Mrs P. A. Liberty ceremony giving enough to remove eyes- or I Ik m. Prayer : Friday, I. CHARLES: A. DARBY, i 2{3-20j North Teuiple Ave.
tax. relatively new an .1\1eeting" Campbell, I
r I the ideals of 4-H. I Florida'
peel thinly and then remove Clerk Circuit Court Bradford I Starke
% for the city for the first and family of Jacksonville After the I 7:30 pm. = L. S. Williams.This y.. i:1"illtift.: County. Florida. :' 12-27 4t 1-1T
25 OFF I with program refresh- with of va .
II spent last weekend here eyes tip vegetable '
It year brought In $570.70.nearly ments will be served pastor. : 1
from the i
I t as much as the elec- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. tea table. peeler or apple cor r. df but I 'I

tric franchise tax, $597.15. M. Phillips. Using ,PineappleDid into desired shapes into- Shop City Fish And Meat Market Fore

Sport Coats The road and bridge tax, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Farrish know that sticks) or cubes or sliced; again .
I and Mrs. Onie Raulerson and you into thinner,slices. AOTICH TO I1EFEM
$484.78; rents, $261; and taxes -
Florida I
duces delicious
SPECIAL $261.93 added most of the son of Brooker were Sunday'visitors ? Save the top [crown] and COUNTY. FLORlDAi. .
pineapples These tropical .., -
99 income 3963.35 for the at the home of Mrs: plant. it. It makes an attractive IX CHANCERY. .' ,
GROUP $$9 I fruits may be used in a va% Bobbie Jane Jones I P
Ina Knight and potted plant' for
year ending Sept. 30, 1962. son. riety of ways -freshcooked, your plaintiff. } :
IEIv"S Smaller amounts came from L. G. Johns has started home or office. Let it'dry outa vs. '' Case No. 13-195 ''

BEST I II fines and forfeitures. $40; 11- work on a new chicken houseat lades.canned, frozen, or in marma few days before planting. Edward Walter' Jones.Defendant, '

GROUP I Ii censes. $59 etc. his olace on the north side Pineapple.Served in the 'Shell ItOTlCE TO APPEAR
Fresh is low In
i To Edward Walter Jones,
I: Largest expense last year of town. [11] Wash Allow one pineapplefor -
caloriesone cup diced pine- whose residence. and address is:
r'I 25% OFF i was salaries $690; with street Mr. and Mrs. Vernon For-. apple contains only .74. This' four people-] Wittia. UNKNOWN' "

lighting, $669, a close second.I' syth have had the outside of is without added sugar.] Pine large, sharp' knife start at You suit for are Divorce hereby has notified been filed thata

Sanitation $442; street main- their home in Hampton redone apple contains a fair amount center of the crown and 'saw against you in, the above' named

tenance, $336; construction, with colored shinglesand gently down the spikes into Court and cause and you arc
ALL of calcium, vitamin A, any, required to serve a copy of your
fk maintenance and operation of masonry siding. I pineapple! cutting it in half answer or pleading to the complaint I
lIEN'SSUITS I buildings. $325; insurance. thiamine, and is a good sourceof length wise. [3] Cut each half on the Plaintiff's' Attor
a vitamin C. Canner or fro=: ney Green & Green Starke
r'I $316; commission $184; topped BAYLESS HIGHWAY I. into two pieces. Be careful Florida and file the original in

I the list of expenses. $56 was CHURCH SCUEDLUE zen pineapple averages about that you cut directly in center the office of the Clerk of the
,,. I 97 calories serving becauseof Circuit Court on or before the *
paid out for fees, with $25 per of core and down. Cut 4th day of February 1J63. EEC I
Sunday School. lOa. m. added in processing.
sugar of
I each for preparing R&B tax gently through crown, or i if otherwise the allegations
k I statement preparing tax roll, Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Even so. this is considered a said Complaint will be taken aa
break off. With
% may [41 a confessed bv r ou.Thi's .
,t 20 'i Fla. League of Municipalities Training Union, 6 p. m. low calorie dessert. I paring knife, cut under pine- notice snail De publishedonce
; Evening Service 7
'i p.m. Prayer each week for four con-
w I dues; office supplies were $32, meetIng Wednesdav. 7 Pineapple experts say tha"thumping" apple about one-fourth inch secutive weeks in the BRAD-
s ; and! lesser amounts for donatIons p. ia the most
: ; reliable from skin, loosening: the FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH BEEF CHUCK
; > I license refund recreation way to test a pineappl cut'wedge Dated this 6th day of January -

OFF etc., added up to $3,137 BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH for ripeness. When thumped. wedge in completely.one-fourth Now inch sli- 'CHARLES A. DARBY. R A iST - LB. C

I disbursements for the the'sound should be that of a Clerk of the Circuit Court. .
year. ces. [5] Dust with sugar and By Janet N. Carter
t S-- CASH The previous year, ending Sunday School 10 a. m-; firm "snap." Ripeness' also Deputy Clerk.
garriish with mint. be-
Sept. 30. 1961-income total- Morning Worship 11 a. m. indicated when the spikes in = 1-10 4t 1-30 CHUCK, !
7:30: p.m. Kev. R. T. Wil- I the out fore serving. [61] If strawberries -
ONLY ed $2,967, and expenses came crown pull easily.
to $3,366. Balance Sept 30, Evening Worship 7:00: p.m.I When selecting pineapples blueberries, or other LEGAL NOTICE; 'STEAK( - LB. I

1961 was only $298, comparedto Prayer meeting Wednesday avoid:: those with bruised orI small fruits are available remove I, Mark L. Luke am, not made responsible

MEN'S[ ALL WOOLSWEATERS $1,124 balance Sept 30, 7:30: p.m.- Rev. R. T. Williams -I discolored spots on the skin.I pineapple wedge from except those for made any by debts me. ALL MEAT LB.5c. BRISKET or RIB LB.

: 1962. pastor. The pineapple should be hea- peel and chop. Add small fruit 12-37 2tt 1-17

II Other business at last Tues- '

NICE SELECTION day's meeting included a discussion -

i 1.3 OFF I I of the condition of Big Value Packed 2 For 1 Sale Starts TODAY AT STEW STEW 39'I

I city street. Work is to be done

I this month to fill in holes and .
Special GroupFlorsheim I
I washed edges around pave- HOME ofDEPENDABLE t

rr Shoes; I ments.Register Oil Co. of Starke AN DREWS' OR'UGS DRUGS

$12.99 has presented Hampton with I IN {WINN-DIXIE \\\F GROUND S I I'K

a new flagpole, to be set up SHOPPING? CENTER
I Reg. Group Florsheims this month in front of the ,t toostoftice. "' :

:: Values to $25.95 To Go replacing the old'! McKesson I \ LBS.

I .: At Only $16.99 wooden one.Discussion. ; i
about the civil -. \ .
-w defense work here brought arrangements ings ." ''.. BEEF I
.-. All Crosby SquareSHOES I'' for a meeting at 2FI no .. ': J

i the town hall Thursday, Jan. lls ro :. i ii

-- 124, at 7:30: p.m. Hampton will i

.. Values To $14.95 !i have a siren installed here, in I II SALE = (
-- -- -
Now Only $8.99 I I connection with arrangements' -
M I previously made through the I I II .., ,-
Cash Only Civil Defense office when other CYTAMIN MULT.VITAMIN CAPS.100's2.98 2 for 2.98 ROSEMARY SHAMPOO,w1EGG.apt r1.00 :2 for too FRESH

I cities in this locality also I MCKESSONREG. DENTURE ADHESIVE-1%/ or. .63 2for .63 SACCHARIN TABS. Ys grain-100's .33 2 for .33 \

AH Long Sleeve and ordered sirens. ji jiI DENTURE CLEANSER-6Vioz. .63 2for .63 SHAVING LOTION-4. OL .50 2 for .511 ROOSTERS!

Short SleeveSPORT .I Present for the mealing' SPECIAL FLUORIDE TOOTHPASTE-3 oz .53 2 for .53 SLEEP TASLm16: ; .89 2 for .89 HENS !

orM.. SHIRTS .1.1I I were Mayor C. R. Cox, Clerk j AFTER SHAVE LOTION-3.9 oz. 1.00 2 for 1.00 LBATH-Goz. .79 2 far .79 SODA MINT TABLETS-45's .25 2 for .25 .

I Maxwell Marshal Phillips, ALCOHOL RUBBING COMPOUND. .59 2(for .59 LANOLIN COMPOUND-i oz. .45 2for .45 SOLUTION #59-Pt. .69 2 for .69 r j
.. Including Knits '. 2 for .59 Antiseptic mouthwash 6 TO 8 LBS.IcLB..
.59 :
(2/100'sVal. .59
and councilmen, D. E. Hill P. ASPIRIN TWINS-Adult ( / ) I
.39 2 for .33 SUPER FCAM SHAVE-6 OL .89 2 for .89 3 TO 4 LBS.LB..
% t'Pj Lott. O. P. Wadsworth Dan ATHLETE'S FOOT LOTION-1 / oz. .98 2 for .98 $
25 OFF I I .69 2 for ..69ATHLETE'S MILK OF MAGNESIA-Pl' .57 2 for .57 Regular or Menthol
.. f Johnson,. Richard May. ATl lnE'S FOOT POWDER-2W oz.
SUPER HIGH pOTENCY 9.00' 2 for 9.00Vltamin.Miner
1.39 2 for 1.39 NEOMYCIN SULFATE DINT,= Vi OL 1.25 2 for 1.25
Civil Defense FOOT SPRAY-5
F Meeting oz. ; 1 Caps.92'sGLYCERIN 1
We are discontinuing (| Thursday Next Week, AXON COLD TABLETS-Adults 24's .98 2 for .98 PERSONAL SPRAY DEODORANT ot.1.00 2 for 1.00 SUPPOSIFDRIES-12's. .49 2 for .49 2SC :,
I 1.69 2 for 1.69
AXONCOlD1A8LETS-Child..24's .69 2for .69 Adult! or Infant)
Boys Wear from 4 to 12 Mrs. Gladys Scholl, chair BLUE LOTION-Pt, 1.00 2 for 1.00 -
ROSEMARY 1.25 2 f
w AXON INHALER .75 2 for .75 SURIN DINTMENT-.1 VI oz. jar for.1.75
we are selling all Boy'sShirts I' man of the Bradford County ,' AXON NASAL SPRAY- .93 2 for .98 ROSEMARY CASTILE SHAMPOO-PL 1.00 2 for 1.00 TARTAN LIP POMADE .35 2 for .35

r and Pants in sizes Civil Defense unit will be AXCN NASAL SPRAY-Child. 15 cc. .69 2 for .69 ROSEMARY CREAM HAIR RINSE-PL 1.00 2 f for 1.00 TOOTHACHE DflOPS-li oz. .49 2 for .49'' SMOKED

.1 liol 1 here for a civil defense meeting BEEF. IRON I WINE-PL 1.98 2for 1.98 ROSEMARY HAIR SPRAY-14 ot. 1.69 2 for 1.69 VITAMIN 1 cWus' 2.59 2 for L5925,000 LB.
ca I at Hampton city hall j 'HAND CREAM .98 2for f ..33ROLLON units-IOO's FRYERS
FOR yz PRICE t Thursday. Jan. 24, at 7:30 p. j BURNT ONE.IMPROVED-1 Ole 1.00 2 for 1.00 EODORANT-1 on .89 2 for ,.89 WITCH HAZEL-Pt.- .69 2 for .69 B ACOP

-. ': m., W. M. Phillips, local I CREAM DEODORANT Ole .89 2 for .89 ROOM DEODORANT-6Yt'pt.' .89 2 for .89 YEAST TABLETS (Brewes)-2S0's .98 2 far .98 c

MEN'S ,: chairman. saW this week. I II CUT'B SCRATCH CREAM-1 oz. .69 2 f for .63 ROSEMARY PINK LOTION=pt 1,00; 2 for tOO ZINC OXIDE OINTMEJlT-2 oz. .61 2for .61

WOIUHUNT': BOOTS I If enough interest is shown i ----- -- By' THE,, PIECE, I

-- SLIP-ONS[ TOO here. .Bill Shiner who has, :T I I i>f ._ : tHH9 l : .{flP( ii[[ Rosemary DUSTING POWDER-8 oz. 2.50 1.49 (NOT SLICED)

just conducted a 12-hour personal I ..., r, ta..M,'.s .... _....... : Rosemary SPRAY COLOGNE-2 or. 2.00 1.19
Come In And Save SPECIAL McKesson REG. SPECItt
survival class in Brooker DEfi. SOOTHE SKIN LOTION TW1H //8 oz. Val. 1.78 1.19

'".. 20% OFFAll films, would equipment be available and lesson with BEAN PLATISS:! :BAG CARDSGolden ASH TRAY Lion .69.79.59 2 for .39.88.59 A.P.C.ASPIRIN ASCORBIC TABLETS far AID CHILDREN TY/IHS-IOO/ TWINS mg. 100. vai.Val. R: .MtJl LB. 29C I

material to hold a class here. cosmic BAS AXON! COUGH MEDICINE-Cftildren ot..98 .63 .
1.23 ..- I
Men's Cotton For a class, there would haveto 1.39 AXON COUGH MEDICINE-Mutt-4 OZ. 1.39 .89 McKlUM fi.WCUL
-6 Wash'n'WearPANTS be at least 15 people at- $T. REGIS COMBINATION SYRINGE 1.69 AXON ROOM VAPORIZER.Medicaled-10 oz. 1.69 1.19 ACHE--RI, 1 oz.-for acne pimples 1.29 .65 .-

., tending.In THERMOMETER .59 AXCN THROAT SPUY- Measured dose 1.69 1.19 COLOGNE-6 2.00( 1.00
describing it, Mrs. COD LIVER OIUPtain( ) Pl 1.39 .79 SMOKED SAUSAGE S I
U.S.I. FLASHLIGHT BATTERIES .20 2 for .20 Rosemary BOBBLE BATH LIQUID-Qt 1.79'.90, ) -
6. VALUES TO .$5.99 Scholl said, "The class is very MIRROR-Plain 4 magnifying .98 .19 CUro SCRATCH SPlAY-'3 OZ. 1.39 .98 ((3 fragrances) J
.. interesting and includes first DOUCHE POrDER 4 .69 .49 1.79 .80. I ,
-... NOW $3.99 aid. fire fighting and other CLOVES LIQUID SWEETENER TWINS-2/25/ cc. VaL 1.30!} .65 ((3 fragrances} I II

r. CASH ONLY items aside from nuclear at- COUNSELOR BATHROOM SCALE 3.98 MINERAL Oil (Heavy)-Pl .69 .49 Riumary BATH OIL PULES-28's 2.93 1.49 I

r... ; tack that they will find valuable FACIAL TISSUES-(00 to box .27 3 for .69 MEDICATED OINT.hr' !tf.'.98 .65 ((4 fragrances. in each jar' ) 60's. 4.50 2.25." SAUSAGE MEAT !
.3 HEMORRHOIDS-let : - -
.,a AH items In our store I.! information in everyday ST. RECIS VAPORIZER 8.95 5.95 NIACIN ,
2.79 INDICATED SUPPOS. ter f 1.19 .79 VITAMIN B.2' All SIZES IBS.
IIQ not listed above will be activities emergencies. ST. REGIS JR. ALARM HEMORRHOIDS t .. KPIlttWARM0WARE
Next week's meeting will not ST. REGIS POCKET WATCH 2.98 :- VITAMIN 8-6 AND POTENCIES
reduced 10% for CASHMen's Rosemary COLD CREAM-14 of 100 1.19 VITAMIN! 8-12
'be a part of the .survival DiNCING MILEAGE HOSIERY-2 pr$. in tax 1.59 .. ..
+ -
Dress course but will be for general ST. REGIS MUTING PAD 4.95 2.93 *
-W Pants Information on civil defense BOXED STATIONERY/ 1.00 .]9 "O''II'ralCreoL'b'rtWM'wtPARTY !
fitmm. ..... BOLOGNA .- .
TOtLH TISSUE-10 Rons .99 MATCH-MATES n a (tin m aI R
11.95 values now $9.99 work, and to help arouse interest Stopper's Special r1.r.,.rterl. ,! M"p*,Atilt

M here for civil defense I DISH TOWEL-100% Belgian Linen .93 .69 eWbert r.nr a...: -. !i
10.95 taiuw now $8.99 training on the part of all ___'0 //5\ \ 1 New BelIriClCmf'flliN/!

w 9.95 values now 57.99 Hampton citizens. Mr. Phillips --- FRESH

8.95 values now $6.997.9i ,- who has been taking 1f il1Z. ,1., FRESH OR FRESH OR LARD.-

; values now o.99 .part in civil defense plans +r SMOKEDPICNICS SUGAR CURED BACKBONE ,. ..
urges all to attend including

y those people living- all around :o l tI i
< Brink in your Cash and \\\li r .. ? HAMS 3 LB. JAR
this well those lIt 'PW
1[ area as as ,
Save at .Alt;areal "tuIW I
$9th!) Anniversary Sale TOUR CK3ICE... SAVE $4.00
Bridal Shower Here
C For 3lrs.: Pat Glover I OBI K More OKIYjndlfTtcctiSate $399 tx>I EACH A S7.H VALUE LB. lie LB. LB.
c. KKd" Off everything not t I 49C Ale .39C
s tantrAwtr
r mentioned Come in Mrs. Pat Glover, the former 6A ,, l : at nor stag rya e$ UcKttsao 2 f orj 1 J&' itai- P cnutr mans ra unnuDKWe I II ,

( and.SAVE ,Peggy Dyal was guest of SEE QISPIAI! OCR STORL GET t00P011 GIFT CERTlf1CATE esutntw eats I ,
... honor at a bridal shower at .. ... < y ,
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.- Larg Selection? of Men's Hampton town hall last Fri Are A Family Pharmacy: And Our Business Is To Serve .You. With

Gin Iten\ 25':c OFF day evening.A ASTRONAUT PUPPET The Finest Prescription SefviVe- FouncT Anywhere. Try Us, Won't You OPEN. 6. A. M.- .
pink .
... crepe paper J ,
umbrella decorated the lace- M.*i yl W fort *1D
.Come r ':in. and Save covered gift table. Pink heart-I tfAAk I .. >rr r n .7 TO.DAYS ;;
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Ov*M Im..rit ar* ANDREW DRUGS
shaped cakes carried out the : ': I
3 $ $ .
>' t V 'I' ; color scheme witha pmIf WS10tK AJOMP.r.ETE': LINE F-GROCEIUES -

.a.- punch bowls flanking a bouquet : 'QUAA'TITYRIQHT3. (; RESERVED 10 PM., .
,. Alyarez Store of mixed flowerson I A WEEK
Brotrnlee <- Ph 969-1095 T t0 4
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WITH YOUR ] Charbray, Charolais, and Santa Thursday.Mr. the past three weeks. 'j Jennings, reporter. a musical program on Jan. 20
AT STUMP'SJANOARY I Gertrud and Mrs. Lois Newman I!I Mrs. Mary Freeman of I RJE NEWS NOTESSpecial at 7:30: pjn. All members and
COUNTY AGENT ': Look and Listen of Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. j ford had as Sunday guests I Development friends are invited to witness

', For announcement and information Earl Dobbs last Thursday I i son, Ernest Freeman, : In Reading this wonderful: program.-ola t I

: _._ -, aa,.-. ., -- !, of our big Pecan night. I family of Jacksonville. ; Social development was B. Scott, reported. i
ESE. v gl 'x Gcwer meeting that will beheld I I :Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs carried out in the 1st grade I Bethlehem Free Will r i
SALES t NfABR .'4 4 in tne next tWO or three .of Lawtey visited her parents Raiford entertained three i reading class by the observance Sunday School: officers were !i
4. weeks. Pecans are importantto 'I I Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Jones :|I their children, Mrs. \\ |I of Doll Day on Friday, glad to report the presence I i

us. We want to keep our last Sunday. I| Register, Miss Beth i Jan. 11. A display of doll pictures of 51 persons in classes last
trees producing as high as pos- I The many friends of Mrs ,: and Michael IBudl: Dobbs ; was placed on a bulletin Sunday. At 11 am. the Sunday I

sible. Eva Hendry of Raiford will be a birthday dinner last I: board and a large display of I School was presented at
t glad to know that she is home different dolls was placed on Mt. Nebo Church to the Fellowship -
day. They received many
--- --- -- again after being confined to 1
OF : the reading table. All dolls Union. The sermon
I King Memorial Hospital for : ful gifts. : were brought by girls of the was delivered by Rev. George

,,"" .'. N .' '""', 4 RA1F9RD j class, who gave their names, Lee and the service was finan-

:.>:> F; ::" ::" ; I. T TT.. I showed what they could do ;, dally and spiritually strong.

'\("5 d .. _._.__- _.1 NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED |, and described how they dressed YPCL was held at1::30 pm.
.. <: A 1 I :i and cared for the dolls. .i| with Mack Lee in charge of
/ < .. : .:.. .':::; : Rev. Robert Shaw of the i iI BRADFORD
: .. I CITIZENS OF COUNTY ,i The activity was enjoyed by.| the program. At 6:30 the MIssion
(, f s. +aF -d Lake Shore Baptist Church in I I j the whole class.Mrs.. B. J. ':' ladies were in charge
,4. I Jacksonville filled the pulpitat (By Elizabeth Giveos) Lennon teacher.Midterm I I with the devotion led by sister -
._.. ... ,
the First Baptist Church I
-- --- I I exams will be :; Sarah Prince, president. A
By G. T. HugginsSome :, last Sunday. He was accom- AAAAAAAAAAAAAfAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALawtey j, held Thursday and Friday. i contribution of $3 was made
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panied by his wife. j Jan. 18-19. Students are mak- i! by mother Louise Wolf to the
DRESS FABRICS Mrs. Lydia Johns spent last School News erson, Mrs. M. W. i ing last minute preparations ji Ii j Mission.
Cold Results f week with her brother and The PTA Hobby: Club of j i Mrs. Z. P. Jennings, Mrs.
i i for this event.
Even after our cold and I' i ,i Choir No. 1fill hold rehearsal I
Anderson Junior High School B. Anderson. Mrs. D. S
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. i
i :
The RJE Tigers and Tiger-
colder weather all the freeze I held its regular meeting Tues- Miss R. B. Kitties and J. | Monday night at 7 jI
To vzs Sam Whitehead and her sister I
Values $ yd.SPECIAL ; ettes defeated Keller High of
o'clock, which is the time for
I is Some
damage not
apparent- .
Mrs. Julia Johns. day night, Jan. 8, at which Moore Jr.Twentyfive I
i damage will not show I Macclenny last Monday nightin all meetings. Tuesday night.
up un- Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Tompkins time a parent workshop was minutes
(a Y/ til spring. visited Mrs. H. R. Tompkins allotted for group I the RJE gym. This game : Union Club. Wednesday night. 1 f
held.The I gave the Tigers their first General Prayer Meeting.
Azaleas and often
camellias : and son, and Mr. and : workshop idea came after which everyone P.'I conference win of the season, Ladies Circleat
i Thursday night
slow in
are showing freeze sembled for from
1 Mrs. W. F. Fleming in Lake out of a previous meeting reports I Ii
while the Tigerettes made it i f fI home of Mrs. Sarah Prince.
damage. In of
!c Yd. case severe i City last Thursday. when Mrs. McPherson, children's recorders.The i
cv7M freeze the bark might split following their third. The boys and Ii ] The Circle will meet at the
Mrs. Mandy Varnes, Warren librarian with the Santa I
after teams will meet Dunn- i home of anyone who invites
soon freezing tempera- were made: i, girls j
; Bloodsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Fe Regional Library, was invited f fi
tures. On small shrubs, suchas 1 ellon in the RJE them. Friday night Prayer
Friday night
Read to children.
1 Orin Reddish, and Mrs. Mary to talk to the group on young
.. 0 azaleas and camellia, thisis books for them- they gym. This should be one of Band meeting. Sunday Is regular -
Mott attended the funeral of the subject: "How to get pre- i
I, usually a deathdealingblow ': a cousin in Lenox, Ga. last school children ready to read.. j longer than toys the most exciting games of !i pastoral day, starting
: to the affected branches. books for them you I the season. Dunnellon is one : with Sunday School.
DRESS FABRICS Thursday. The workshop was opened I
., Often you are not aware ) Mrs. George .Faulkner and with greetings and introduc- never own all the I of the toughest foes in the !i The pastor and church anniversary -
of the damaged bark until conference. will be Jan. :27.
I you I son of Jacksonville, and Em- tion of visitors by Dr. Florence -I!I books that are avaiable j II I Ii held
notice a dead branch on a Sunday today's children. Teach ; Club News J All members and friends are
Values .59 To .69 ydSPECIAL | ory Johns of Starke were Jennings, followed by a I I
bark citrus i The Fiesta met at the invited to and make
plant. Some split attend
on i child to have respect
guests of their aunt Mrs. filmstrip lecture, "Young Feet I
trees will callus over and Lydia Johns. on the Road. :I books, but don't make j usual time with the president I'I'I this a grand affair.- Rev. L.

be all right. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clemons Parents were then divided i book more important than I j, in charge. All officers were McKay, pastor; Mrs. Rosa
i 1 re-elected the two !I ,
for next Green reporter.
Flower buds azaleas and 1I
on Jr. of Heilbronn Springs visited :into discussion groups with i I I joying what's inside. !
r, ; :: camellias have been damaged. l her parents Mr. and Mrs. the following serving as lead- age the use of the ;i years. The club is open for Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E.
39c) Yd. Injury to azalea flower buds Earl Dobbs, Sunday.Mr. ers: Miss O. T. Thompkins Subscribe for children's ; the acceptance of new members Regular services Sunday
not be apparent until the : until March. Persons interested morning starting with Sunday
I : may and Mrs. Theodore Rosier ,librarian RJE High School,i azines. Continue reading I( i
: plant begins to flower. Few had as weekend guests Starke: Mrs. D. B. Richardson children after they ; in joining may cqn- i School at 9:45: ajn. Morning
flowers will An exam- : tact member of the club Service, 11 At 3 the
appear. I their son-in-law and daughter teacher-librarian Ander- j school. ;, any a.m. p.m.
ination will show that the bud 1 the president Clarence De- Choir Union will be held at
Addison or I
and Cecil
Ladies'NYLON Mr. Mrs. son Junior High, Lawtey; Mrs. A demonstration of
Ladies' failed to develop. They are Jr. of Cross City. Patray librarian Starke Elementary -I' telling and reading aloud I Sue.The Mt. Zion Lawtey. All members -
and easily broken hosts, Mr. and Mrs. and friends invitedto
small brown
Mr. and'Mrs.. L. B. Wade School; Mrs. Strick- I given by Mrs. Thelma I
HOSE RAYON BRIEFS i off. and son, Milton, visited their Iler. children's librarian, Gain-i and was enjoyed by Amos DeSue served a delic- attend all services.
camellia flower ious at the meeting. Mt Mohriah MethodistRev.
Mr. I
son-in-law and daughter esville Public Library; Mrs. children and adults.Observations
\ Size 5 10 : buds may remain on the and Mrs. Walter Withey in Cressler, Bradford County Library and I The next hosts will be Mr. : William, Supt. will hold

3 Pair & I '":\\ 3 Pair I I plants for some time after High Springs. last Saturday board member; Mrs. M. : were made by Principal C. i' and Mrs. William Holland. services in the absence of the
: CHURCH NEWS pastor who is unable to be
they normally would have op night. J. McPherson, children's librarian I Anderson. I'
1 I i ened. They often expand show- We congratulate Mr. and Santa Fe Region. o The next meeting Fill( I Mt. Pbgah A.M.E. present. Church School at
$$100 : } $ 00STUMP'S : ing color as if opening. Then. Mrs. Edwin Banks of Raifordon Serving as recorders for! held in Anderson Junior ''I The Gospel Echoes and the 9:30 I i a.m. with Mrs. Essie
after remaining in this undecided Bivens Special of Jacksonville o Holland in charge. Harry
the birth of a son last groups were Miss A. B. And- I at 8 p.m., Feb. 5-Mrs. Z. I
condition, the buds drop I will appear at the church in I Young lay leader reporter.
: from the The damaged
; ....
: buds will be brown at the base .

: of the petals. In my own yard,
S+ Your New Chevrolet
DEPARTMENT I we have three large camellia Buy
.. Cars And Trucks From Your
bushes and this is exactly the t
condition they are in. ** Local Franchised Dealer,

STORE I More Tobacco Beds Where Your Factory Warrant -

i Two years ago, we had about GATEWAY : Is Honored.
I 5 demonstration tobacco r :

beds using clear plastic for ,
I the cover. Last year we had INC.

I about 15 tobacco beds using "

clear plastic.' Thistyear, ,myobservation .,.. "

I increased number-is"that we-have.an of tobacco

( plant beds and I have not : .
Service .
: seen a bed with the cheese ;:' :. ": Service
r'F : cloth covered. All beds. have .

: seen are covered with clear I IIIr
: plastic. With the advantages 1963
. I of clear plastic and the assurance -

I : of the type plant you IS OUR BUSINESS! AT ITS BEST!
I want and it being disease free,

I 'ook i I more their of our plants.growers are growing Chevrolet I

; About three weeks
b \ listed the varieties that ago are we We Maintain The Most Complete Our Mechanics Are All Factory -

:i considered discount varieties CARS
i I and this means that where j Auto Repair Shop In North Florida Trained With Years Of

one of these varieties is found I
growing or the tobacco Is recognized -I For All Makes And Models. Complete Stock AND Practical Experience That
I at the market the

; price will be cut. CHEVROLET PARTS.TRANSMISSION Gives Them The 'Know-How
If you are not growing your

I .: plants and will soon be look- TRUCKS To Put And Keep Your Car
ing about for a sources of
plants be sure that you are -
In Top Shape.
not getting one of the follow-
j I 1
i]i ing: ON
i Cokers 139. .
I Cokers 140. t iG r '

Cokers 187-Golden Wilt.
==- I Cokers 282. PDISPLAY
@ _
I! Cokers 316, w _
Reams 64.
Dixie Bright 244. We're Thoroughly Experienced In Every Phase Of Auto- o
I SATURDAY JAN. 19 I Watch Your PastureIf matic And Standard Transmission Adjustments And FOR
you are fortunate in hav-
MYto7NPlm. ing grass and clover pasture. Repairs. You Can Count On Us For Precision.

3 P 10 A M. to 7 P. M you might have noticed during -
the past year or two that i ImmediateDELIVERY
( ; the grass is choking out the The GATEWAY To Better SERVICE
During i The Above Hours We Will Give AbsolutelyA clover. This is possible and,we I I MOTOR TUNE-UP

f have experienced this happening -

in a few of our pastures., All Models And Makes
This usually comes about llkL: ...t
when the lime and fertilizer
is out of balance. If I Complete

I, rl/ POPPED CORN you notice this condition later I iiiIjf11 Analysis "

_/ when clover should begin to .
come through, you will wantto I
take a soil sample and make I! t Equipment .
) To Everyone Driving Into IMPERIAL STATION your plans to seed some addi-

tional clover next fall. I For Safer Driving, Longer Tire Wear, Let Us Put Your YOU CAN
Need A Bull?
Visit Our
Wheels In Line And Perfect Balance. Our Precision Job
We do overlook the fact
many times that a numberof I Costs Little But Guarantees .Much.\ It's A Good Invest. TRADE
Z our good cattlemen have '
pure-bred bulls for sale. We\ ment.

SERYiCE have some in our county and ; Your Way USED CAR LOT
we know there are many in I
IMPERIAL adjoining counties. We could The GATEWAY To Better SERVICE
copy the slogan of our local I
merchants and say that "It Ii i H And Remember-"You Can
usually pays to trade at AT

U. S. 301 NO. CITY LIMITS STARKE, FLORIDA home.for" If a you good are bull in the and,market can- i POWER :. Trade Your Way At Gateway

find one near home you will GATEWAYChevrolet
Have You Registered Chevrolet"
have the advantage of know-
ing just the conditions under I

92 100 which he has grown up. -ADJUSTED al ,
If you are in the marketfor
a good bull and cannot OPEN SUNDAYFor

I'I REGULAROCTANE OCTANE find what you need near For Safe Stops Stop In Here. Being Able To "Stop
home then you might want Morning Church Services
FOR to attend the annual Ocala On A Dime" Is Basic To Safe Motoring. Let Us Give Closed Before Evening Churth Serv-

COLOR .SET Bull Sale Tuesday Jan. 22. Your Brakes A Careful Inspection. ices.
ETHYL This sale is held at the Live- 1:00 P. M. TO 5:00 P. M.
stock: Pavalion. There will be

l (NO OBLIGATION) 164 bulls Herefords.. ... .',, ... --- .:... ., :'. .. ,' .. -- '::: .:: ;:::: -,
j ... ,, including '. '. -. ." : _--:. : 0 __ : ':,_ 0"c- ':' -c .. .::->: > :: : --:: :: ;:;: ;;:: = : -: : :-: ;;; :; ;-
1 .' .,. :.. : .. :- Angus. Shorthorns. Brahmans! "


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4 rr..rT..r.r..Yt Charles Redding out to do we understand she will be -_.- l 1 .! too, for a. long times and we | thtreioie green nor the estab-was i : -- -- .. : _:. ; :-.- = -. = "
,.t the work for him., It seems I home, again this. week. say that it's about time they I I Iishiuent i of came and the placing -

; ; a- HILL preachers can get too' sick to j'I May Bell Norman in Brad- .t ; Farmer Diary ;; planted. something* here. for us. i Mgus of as the indicated proper; marking also, for and the Your way to

do their work too. Then on'Sunday ford County hospital for sur- I elimination of existing controls
By- Sam McGarvey I We'd better quit on this I \\nere this is indicated.
: he started to to fun.
By Mrs. J. L. Strto>itandu..e.u..e I come gery week before last, was released JOHN R PHILLIPS health and .
t I R church about five miles subject, or first thing we know Chairman
got Sunday and returned us, for we have an idea that II V
from home and his car broke I home and had to go to a hos- there's another freeze coming! we'll be scratching up some ; It ,

Some have asked us why down. He had to go to a i:( pital in Jacksonville Tuesday I and if the fruit trees blossom j ground and planting wax : sorter: OF :>A>tE8 OF FEU- STARKE LANES
) !
there 'was no" Clay Hill-HighI : friend and get him to bring suffering with a blood clot in the bloom will be killed. I beans. Makes us hungry just ,; SOX u't.APPEARING,.". UK aRADOED TO\BE-
\ to think of them. i
: land last I him to Macclenny to one of her leg. She is much improved : PROPEtiTTPursuant
I }pews week. We have I HIGHWAY 100 (SOUTH)
Brother George's nephews, and understand will be And to Section 13 of
f the same explanation for all.! we I 4 speaking of blooms, IIa\e you an old refrigerator Chapter 717, Florida Statutes, I
borrow a car from him and home this week again. It have you ever heard of the I entitled "Florida Disposition of
: When this cook got breakfast ; I fan Instruction
I or tools which Free
no long.
I you j "
ready she went back to oed send someone; all of the way i seems she does have one time ( biggest one in the U'orlda t Unclaimed l'rop"rtyct, notice
fr' use Convert them into rosh hereby given that the persons i
I is
. --ddn't\ ,.even was'a a dish orI'I, back to Georgia to get his ; having to live in hospitals. I.t :, giant calla lily bloom that was now. Phone 961-8101 and *!k;, listed below appear to be the i e'
II' : Sweep a floor! She was a sic cI' car and bring it to a garage; Better rent herself a room in I i 8feet high. 4 feet in diameter i for clarified.: > : owners of unclaimed personal presumed or

. .. gal and was not interested in I he was late for Sunday School one and stay\ Another big rain over the; and 12 feet in circum. i i abandoned."i1I01 intangible. property i' For League Information

\\ _..news; last week, especially i -and his wife teaches the i Rev. Clarence Knight isj I I weekend, and there ought to! frence! It gl'ew in the N.Y-C i i _-"* Carnasion W. Wf; PHONE 9G4-6261

I --Monday- the day she has to I j ,Ladies Adult class in Sunday I home from the hospital again: be enough moisture in the! Botanical Garden in '37; the (; STATE OF HO Hi PI.OIII11ASHKCHI. UKI'AKTMKNT: or Fla.Adaline. '-0101-0002 B. Carnasion Cole Mrs StarKe Os .. _.

t write it up. Her.head. still f ens.I' School preacher! doesn't Now who have says trouble a?'! and able to attend church ground now, even for the berry ': lily is a native. 'of Sumatra. i i _\T10\S Til.\FK1CRKttlL :car-mOo-0002 Rt. 2,: Box Johns 299 Charley Starke Fla.f. Kwife f -.........H" ., ._....-lit'-._,!I'i\. .<&_.:_.e=-.-u-___ n ____-'--'..'.',...'--_' ..-----i"J'"' :.: --;:.
as big as a 'wash tub and services. lIe his wife Pansy, growers. We've got plentyat j \ )(' : I> ulmtuGI'E>S '5. Emma Johns; 2-0101J -
: part of the time she wonders! Jim Strickland has been on their son, Edwin, his wife Er- our place, as water is It makes our crinum lily I That the State Hoail Board at' 0003 Sas:e Bertha Starke, a la.;I,

I -. If she is coming or going but the sick list, and is still sick'' ma Lee their oldest son, Willie standing everywhere with nowhere seem like a pigmy, for our its gave,meeting consideration: of December to 18 the, 1962 rej j,' 2-0106-0001 Verdie IL Ward Ward AS.William E B. Milli-M & MARY CARTER PAINTS

I : ', rlaybo, she will get better a I' with one of these colds every their oldest daughter Ann to go. plant produces blooms that guests relating to special traffic i gan. l
have all re-united with the are merely ,as pig as & water regulations and in each! case Information concerning the'
):ainJ one is suffering with. made reioof I description of the 'I
I a the traffic investigation amount or
Highland Church. When Clarence booker: However, we've moving report, along with Property and the name and address 321 Temple Ave.ANNOUNCES.
Our pastor George Chism.; Nellie Wilkinson of Clay Mild temperatures accom I
I I I was elected pastor of the it out where it will get the recommendations of the enl j l of the holder may be ob
: 1\1\ too sick lo attend i Hill has had to spend. soar panied the rain; grass and more grine.r at the location or lora : tained by any persona possessing -
prayermeetjpf and
it'll do
., Clay Hill Church, all withdrew clover started growing, the sun: maybe tions described helow: I an Interest in the propertyby
Jan..2, and lied to call, more time In the hospital but their membership to un- better there. Bradford County Road 200 Lo-' addressing an inquiry to
pear and plum trees started t nation: !Actions: :SSOlU: and 23020 '!; Hay E. Green State Comptroller I:
ite with the church Clarence out, and the at intersection with SR 100 as Administrator, Abandoned
budding "peep- '
,: was pastor of. Highland is Recent heavy rains have reduced (MadKon St.) in Starke Recommended Property Division, Capitol, Tallahassee : A NEW LINE OF
1 ers" began their symphony of regulation Semi-ac Florida. Be sure to
so the danger of woods fires I
their home church though
tuated Traffic Control number, name
Spring All of which worries mention account
I they are back home again. 1 : one of the big worries with Bradford County Road :WO, ,! and address as published in this Discount Prices
,owners of 'Tree Farms, like Lot'atiun: Section 2S010-at Intersection notice. Unless proof of ownership Clothing at
-Among the ones havingmeasles with Call Street in 1 is presented to the holder ;
; DIRECTORY at Highland! is Frank were low that day. ours. Incidentally< there' are Starke. Recommended Reg-ula-I, by March 25, 19S3 the propertywill
i : Iris'says ,today 63$ such farms in Florida Lion; fc-m; -utUlittd Traffic Control I be delivered to the Admin- ;
Pendarvis, and last Last Sunday had just 49 .
we ,, Signal.On istrator. Thereafter, all further SHOES
than six DRESSES
covering more .
---- -- week: three days anyWaYisone present but 42 of these were motion duly made and claims must be directed to the

'. :. AUTO' tEP AntS, AUTO SERVICEJ. time In Frank's life she 100 per cent members. The million acres.. spend seconded regulations, the above were traffic determined and- Administrator.RAY E.. GREEN,

.. has not had to watch him and Intermediate boys won the to be reasonable and Administrator FIRST QUALITY GIRLS ANDLADIES
'.. B. out of mischief he Apd speaking of trees, the necessary; upon the basis oft I 1-7 2t 1-24
him of
WrightSINCLAIR keep banner with a grade 88 per biggest known I the engineering and traffic mI I LATEST STYLES
one today i
E&rl'* Garage was too sick to get into any- cent. This grade does 'very VALUES TO $14.95
: 36 .
SERYICB a $toot redwood out a -
thing! He is the same old well, but why not make it bet- ONLY
foggy state the AMBULANCE SERVICE
JUJL snips OF STATION 1 I Frank now. ter? All of 'us need to .make smoggy on $$1.98
", t Jackie Richendollar [Jackie better grades as a whole than West Coast, which we can'trecall ': PHONE 964-260Q
: utQ W' Complete Auto .Serrie
: Am o>KX offhand. Our trees here
Johnnie we do. $ $$3.98
inStead.of. we were $2.98 -
Tires Datttrlrs Accessorial *
r- I could get that tall, if they
.tu )V9fk Wed Lubrication Washing !I misinformed] Is expected to Our Training Union was off needed fo, but they find fresh DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Hpme NONE HIGHER
: return home from the.hospital considerably the last two DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral)
rhOJWt_ 989.1984So. 342 air at a much lower leveL I \, Director
Madison 1692801Dodd' this week also. The injured Sunday night, but of coursewe ,. .
i I. _'ttlntr, <. 8t rki : i iI I Starke, Fla.
.. eye is getting along nicely. can blame a part of it on A I
I tobaccp grower opposed to RENTAL SERVICES
r Three of the Hollaway the weather- but the weather ; SlimJims------$1.98$
I I the proposed ban on MH-30. Ladies I
I Service & Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutchet
: AUTO SERVICEGilbert I 8 children are having a battle can't be blamed for all of states that an acre of tobacco, ,

I j with measels as well as numerous it! I wonder if that maladywe grows about 250,00 suckers in i I .
Auto Sales around call laziness caa't be blam- I i I
I I other people a season, and that with the -
Highland. Some are grown ed for a good part of the absence I
high cost of
S. BrownKUiuUrd hand labor, he I
.: Rambler Sales & Service folks. Rachel Prescott and from these services? cannot afford to discard using II I -

Oil Service Station GENERAL REPAIRING Charles Mosley were also on Let's an take a real good MH-30.: The, issue:is being de JANUARY r .
I the sick list Sunday and un- reading of our lives, and see bated Florida ..
: vigorously by
ATLAS International Lifetime .
able to attend church services. if this iSn't true. I don't and Georgia for they .. :Tr 4 1.1 '...
i growers
:. TIRES & BATTERIES MufflersF1EESTOXB January 6 we had 53 presentin !:| know if this disease will kill say little of their crop went :. ;;r,.. 'tii '
Budget Terms--. Road Service Sunday School. The Adult! anyone but it can sue e make I into Stabilization Loan last J; i I .
Tires. Batteries Acc orie* the banner \I, one "powerful sick!" How do .
: tr'horir.984.7071! men won one j :year : (Formerly b Ii -
I know? Don't ask : :y I
497 N. Tfirpl] Btark* 628 S. Walnut 964-3161 more time, with a grade of 74 I personal J :
.. percent. This shows all grades Questions. PLEASE! I Only way to control the Robbins') ;

-. .._, I program, would be by limitingthe
.. f poundage allowed to a I' ,." '.' t..... r-- ,rl r

I : 1ir; .:'f-:;'<''':.:;"-.;:.:.:'in r6:1.: : : : ::: ...:..w.:;:.,.:. ':Qn'' '<:,. :.f.. \t:(' ;w':.':,' '.n.r.-: ::': ..'.. :;.'.V.'.'> .,'.,..' .:.... grower.over That fertilization would ,eliminatethe plantingof i I I .P 1:' r-

i'W inferior but prolific varieties II r II
: 1 _., f.t i. DON'T WAIT! and other practices which I IJlU-.1 .

I ; ti 0 Westinghouse f. seek the highest yield, regardless The Biggest Reductions On Quality Apparel Ever Taken Place
: 0 'Hurry into the Dealer of quality. Growers don't .

?,. o' below. BuyTV, like the idea, but it seems incompatible In Bradford County Come See For Yourself -- We Guarantee

,,1 '. E l a V.r\ III\ SIt.IIIII I : 1 .(.IIIIJ"i" IJ 11"1I.\ I ,.e. Stereo at: really and worthwhilesavings Appliances' i I I I and at the freedom same to time.of have action controls both i To Save You As Much As 68/ %_ Please No Refunds Or E chang $.

.': We re clearingthe ., .

: ',..x.:\ BUY NOWI BIG 'SAVINGS! LIMITED TIME ONLY decks! PICK YOUR I j Some of our azaleas seem

.. .t"' .. < .. _:-..-.....,.. .. .. ...... .. ...... ..... .. '..... .. '. .. .... BARGAIN NOW! I to have been damaged by the 1; MEN'S
J"!. .t-.. I\ot: ,: '. '' '"V" ..."'...'.''.''' '., .. .. .. ..' ," .. v', ..'.... ". '.. .. .. "... .. .-. .,... ....Of.:. ... freeze in and we're ,
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I"i: :,:" :"::::.: .'-_._ :.. : -.t:: :. .:.. : : .t: .. ., -- --_ -
I afraid that we've lost some of 1 Entire ,Winter Stock $3.88 CAR COATS -- JACKETS
the less-hardy ones. Also dai -
Have A Separate Freeze?? i i waged .and perhaps killed I
I LADIES I $4.88
'was our young satsuma tree.I $587 TO $$12.87|

: : This Is The Refrigerator For YOU! If so, we'll waste no more J i,
money on citrus here. ;
r I' Dresses S5-55: REGULAR VALUES $8.99 TO $17.98

SMALL: FREEZER COMPARTMENT Putnam County hunter tells l .
; A. i
., us he saw the big 550-lb. bear Men's
Men's FlannelPAJAMAS
>, tl R ; ; GIANT-SIZE REFRIGERATOR SECTION I that was killed there recently 6.66- SWEATERSValues

,. FLEXIBLE SHELVING I He said he saw the big brute; VALUES
R. and that old Sleef oot took off 9.99 $ .77ca. $4.99 to $8.98
I'' wrnr TWIN PORCELAIN CRISPERS I like a hurricane wind and wa-j jI TO $14.99 $227 to $8,7
h I Ii 347
aq i gone in a matter of seconds. ::

: .;. M .p. f Price Reduced ,I 1r 1
Men's Flannel
!\ Planting season is just around LONG SLEEVE

I, To Just I; the corner now, and it i ii SHIRTS SPORT SHIRTS
M i wont be long before farmers
fi; l a I ; and home gardeners will be CAR .COATSJACKETSVALUES $187 $237

; 'i putting seed and plants in;! -.I. .
I 95
ti 'I'r, r: nc f7, .ti : the ground. The tugs, birds, $7.98 TO $19.95 '

: x ;t: vs ; f.>.qd bunnies may get most of; '
.. : >Pie crop, but what Js left-i $487 $ X87 SUPER SPECIAL I !
With :,.why nothing tastes better than TO

: w,- ,i Trade !,.vegetables: fresh out of the'

,ti ,. + : garden! j $'

A; "+'' I\ Our favorite is English peas.' & SHIRTS 61
l r : VALUES 3.99 TO 9.99 TO 5.87
i But we're not about to try,
IoW.IIPC 11J'THER { them _again. We say let the, LADIES SAVE GREY KHAKI TWILL

: larks find their own food- UP *
i REGULAR $2.99 $3.99
: and that for the cutworms .
goes: : %
., climbing or otherwise SPO T.WEAR
: We fed them, and the bunnies;I I




i :- *. *' $$167 $$337 A V E I Re?. Val. 2.99 to 5.9

.1 ti_' M TO- 33/2! to 50%;$287 to $3 87


:I Ch_ rley. SLIM JIMSFLANNEL rO% Flannel Cotton Prints 1 Flannels

i M'i DELUXE FULLY AUTOMATIC DRYER .. DAC-30.. $$22955 ;!1 Johns_E' a PAJAMAS TO REG.$2.49 UP '$A f 67 I. TO VALUES$2.99 $1$. i '

i ', ;.

Big 2-Door Frost Free Refrigerator ., Freezer HHC-I W. i $$279.95 about- this question: :I;. SHOES FOR THE FAMILY AT TREMENDOUS SAVING! I '

.. "llike: the package Homeowners BROKEN SIZES' AND ODD I.OTS'ALUES $5.99 TO $10.99 I

i DELUXE DEHUMIDIFER.AUTOMATIC $89,95 Policy. Is a similar,

available from''
now Heels Flats Casuals FROM

FOOD 1 WASTE DISPOSER BEST QUALITY "JDA-150; -$49.95$ Charley provide E.i Johns standard Agencyto : "

I _' .:'broad-form loss !",plus,s'or_ 'all liability physical l 'FxomS1a7. 11CWORTH'S $$277 77C

/. We Have Many Other Special Value Buys Too'Ncimerous To .coverage sonal property on business at a 15 per% \\I

-:Come .In And Look Them Over OF
Charley E., Johns j

i Call St. ,
North FloridaE. t 1 You Will Not BeDisappointed
964-2113. ..:: PHONE 964-0121 FORMERLY ROBBINS "

131 S. Walnut ,St. I Where Your Dollars Are WORTH More BIG SAVINGS I .

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,VTTTYTYYfYYYYYTYTYYYtLAWTEY sources. The 9th grade won the Ion hard at' 1 : ':' the Lawtey, Baseball team, Ocala, 'Have and : --_.-- --- -s.
all.5eslon: ; j' ) returned are j SEVENTH DAY | FIRST CIIPvISTlANI THE RIGirr rOLVT' for 'Ill!" :::: =
t.j. rpom (count. I ,The fathers oi.this.. .,group.i i Please: turn !jn'airuniforms residing with liars: Chesser'oi i ADVE. TISY' cnuKcn i I CHURCH I way yon write.- Come; in and F" -- ---- t L.., .

I RecreationActivities I are the ones that arc working equipment to J. L, Waters or j i grandmother : Mrs'A.. .II. liar- i. ; wket "''your: favorite ESTeR:
..... The Lawtey.. Students Recreation j whenever pbssiblefb} make :Marshall Jordan .so >e will '!! ley. f j Sabbath School (Saturday! 537 ,\V. Call St.. ,SiarkBob i BROOK Fountain PcrJ tELE6RAP1I. W I fUlAMSJEWELRY I : i

I By Enza BlancbardAAAAAAAAAAAIAA Group held its 14th j the strawberry 'wharf, habitable ) know what .Is on hand to..j; Mrs. V. R. Reddish is spending i t.,364-1324 i Badgett, Minister I .,-.,.." '' ': I

., dance. on Jan. 11 with 69 stu-: ;j as- a'>meetin lace.'foryoung ,. stkrt the .ncw-season'In. 1963: ',: a few days with her son- :' :3Q a:/m. Morning Worship Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. I I ;>'- oJ..d.j !

) A A AA dents participating. Mr.: and | and old alike:. Much Church S Schedules !: iri-idtf and daughter. Mr. and 11 a. m. Located between Wil- :; Church Worship, 10:45: a. m. SOTICE .. .. 1

PTA Meetin; : Mrs. Dick Lovorn instructors, progress!, has been made, but} j .Be In- attendance- your Mrs Logan Baldwin, in\sbn.'Road and Griff Loop i NOTICE IS .HEREBY GIVEN :;
i Rho 5:30: p. m. Choir, REPAIRS
j that the undersigned desiringto
\ 'The Lawtey Junior High were present and .the square there' is mor '.to he;done. 'So ; church all .throUgh 1963. Starke. ,
1 LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH practice. 6:30: pm. CYF ,7 p. I engage in business under the WATcfE 4oLMON'DAAll I
l PTA met Tuesday night. Jan. dance in both,.types in sets 1 If anyone would l.k'i'tf\ help pracc' .Methodist': Sunday,j I Frank Wainwright of Memphis 1 "-a > 1 i fictitious 'nam of- CANOVA'S. ':' (
8, in the school cafeteria with I II ;. and in circles 'were enjoyed. jin i this work 'pLx'.4 t :ii -to ;, School) 9:45: a. m. MorningWorship .;,I Tenn. and daughter, .siu Ii'school 9:45: am. m. Prayer Meeting. 1:30 p. I rilAKMACY at 101 E. 'Call

I I Mrs. B. H. Hamilton givinG: Everyone present had at\, opportunity :; J. L. Waters. | 11 a.m. Evening, Mrs. William Dixon, of Jacksonville Morning worship 11 aju. t i tn. Wednesday. Street, in 'U\>e pity of Starke, I Work Guaranteed! .1

" I the devotional. .Principal, C. to take part,_ and a Keep; an eye on coaCh; Ed Service, 7:30'pjn.I' MYF. each were visiting Mr. and Evening.worshtp'7! pjn. I ,:: said Florida n8nie"'wrltli intends.'.. the to Clark register of thu the ; A. C. .Yfliam! I

M. Clark had all. L i, Wednesday'! pm. .,.. Mrs. T. L. Wainwright during Everyone welcome. I CircuitCourfiof, Bradford Coun- 142 '
) spoke on the pro- good time was by McGee and his Fljfng bOIs .; W. 41,1-SL
; First Baptist: .Sunday the week. Undy laundry and DryCleaning : tr, Florida. I
.' gram topic, "Understanding ,The .Recreation Board is again..After. ,successful football Rev. D. E. Willis, Pastor. :
School, 10 am. Morning Wor- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dorko of : Ball Point Pens 59c: STIKHROD TT. HAMILTON"THOMAS Starke. Ala
Legislation," deeply grateful the-students reason, they !are now (in : '- '. \
giving data: to t t8ARSDAL
compiled II.ajn. .,.
the State '
and ''<: the 'basketball business. ship Training. Farm were dinner, PENTKCOSTALHOLINESS at THE TELEGRAPH. ; _*$$-3e North ,TeBipI Avenue t'' ,
for their the
I from several reliable ret ,Royalty to 6:30: p.m..Evening Service.'7:30 guests of Mrs. Mae B. Wells CHURCH Starke. Florida !f -- /
of ..
get ATTENTION, men : -
dependable of chaperones you -
; IIiIt %-7 I
I i I
c ..i p.m. Prayer Meeting eachWednesday Sunday.A i .. i
; W. Brownlee St. -'
324 I
7:30 pjn., I recent pleasant event wasa 1 j I
Sunday:! School 10 a. m. I
Ir [ stork shower given by Mrs.
Visiting 11tr. and Mrs. George Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
; Guy Orick and ]1irs.'BradleyNorton
L. .Shufbrd Sunday wereMr., at .. Evangelistic Service, 7:30 p. in.
Candy Shopin
Motors and Mrs.; Joe';: Shuford' and honor of Mrs. M. M. Jordan Frayer Meeting, Wednesday, 'S JANUARY I
Terwiflegar : family pi"st. Augustine and '
About 25 guests enjoyed 7:30: p. m. Prayer for the sick ,

rf.,and. ,Mrs. Floyd Denmark ,: this affair. The honoree received at'alT services.-David T. Me- i

Q> $acksOn\l1e. |:Ghee, pastor, [
'M.b, :'., and :lire.. Marcus. Grif- many lovely gifts.Randal .! If I
The service address of -
fis of iLike' Wales"were visitiri LIEU RONN f
-t heit parents, Mr.;land.Mrs.| Bradley is as follows: Pfc. BAPTIST CHURCH w ,i
Robt. R.'Bradley. RA 14791790
Harry Wilkerson"and. Mr.and ,
i Mrs;. Man, Gfiffis., ,' over the :< Co. C; 1st Airborne Battle Sunday School. 10 a. m. $ I
: Uied tllf Stile. : t ekel1d. I Group, 505th Infantry,, APO!j;: Morning Worship, 11 8.. m. : !

', ; .; |Mr-;.and Mrs;Joe Lane, son 185, New, :York, N. Y. He 'is' Training Union 7 p. m % j

'and/daughter.of- n and were the son -of Mr. and Mrs. R. Evening Worship. B p. m.

.. Safiif f day.-: overnight .guests.of ; L. Bradley, and writes that Prayer Meeting Wednesdays
ilts.. ,' j.,Lane's! ,. ''brother-in-law i he is getting along fine.! ":ISO' D. m. Rev. Joe ROOD- #-<

: and Sistt'i:. ilr-and. ; Mrs.-Brad j -

In Stark.e..Thurs., Fri, & Sat..Jan. 17, 1,19Free $ ley-Nprtoji fuss! "Eli2abethspent and family. : -- I V :IIVAIIIASICk LADIES and CHILDRENS

Thursday 'ta, Saturday\ with I

her sister/!..MrsC.' '. 1;. ]I' I

land, in Galn'esyilfe.) ,, -tric.k-I', American 3JSHOES

'! H D. Turper' ,. fon and, .

daughter: :of., Live oak J:t-TX1:

Turner, andCharlel'_ \Turner i|.1 LETTER .BY. A RESIDENT OF SAN

of Tallahassee recently fsfttd .
; 1.93 ? .Mr. an.3 Mrs, M. jirrunwrand I I {RAKCISCO TO MR. PAUL A. TERRY,

rtll Mrs.Turner's moiherXwHa. RECTOR OF EDUCATION OF THE PAIRSelection

Is spending sojne une"\cl" i

'. :. them.'r''J'' v- "'".1!i I (';'ELEY i .,!, NEWSPAPERS .
Mrs. R. L. visited' WITH PURCHASE
; I am one of the Americans who heard Mr. Khrushchev
With Aq ell' Sold her brother and family in''' tell our nation that'my great-grandchildren- JV1ENS and BOYS

Jacksonville one day in the i i will grow up in a .Communist world. For some time OF ONE PAIR

week. I j!. now, this has bothered me. I am not a brave man- '.
Bob Dorsey and his fiancee, j
not even a big one. I suppose I would have to admit AT REGULAR
Miss'Shirley- Cleveland of Orlando i iI j i SHOES
,. were, recent weekend I I'j i that I am, among my own neighbors and in my own

guests, of his sister.Mrs. Betty :i j,: culture, the typical, average, well-educated, genteel PRICE '

Ellis, and children.Visitors V i suburbanite, to whom family, the mortgage, and security -
,' of. '.Mr, and Mrs. I' have been the all-important items. REDUCED
I' _ _
Leo Dyal during the week
: I am now 50, and soon my and its hope.
NEW AND USED CARS TO were .Mr. and Mrs. HenryMosley5
wife and I will see the first And, suddenly I realized
and. son of Maxville, lot'
of our three children married.I that I am a''sick'American. I
and Green Mr. and Mrs. Buck Wall paint my 'own house,repair mean really sick. I am sick of tflVJUM

I Jo SELLECT FROM : : ,'of Cove Springs. my own car, .grub my 'own panacea and of'backing up, I /
Mr. and Mrs Marvis Cruce ,
\.' devil and mod-
l grass nurse a .am sick of reaction where
,I 1 and family of Augusta, Gayspent and
,= : last week with his parents est savings account at theBank there should be initiative. I

1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank of America. I am a law. am sick of bureaucrats who

Cruce, and family, and Mr. abiding man on the quiet side, tell me that my enemy is not''

and.Mrs.. Emery Duncan of and dissension makes me terribly -'.II'eallsmy enemy and that I
nervous. Frankly, I am I should live with
together mur-
Tallahassee Eddie ,
; Cruce is
W WITH CLYDE TERWILLEOAR at the 'kind who simply doesn't I derers and tyrants. I am sick
home doing nicely after !
_" r. tl i! have it in him to fight anyone of government that hasn't the RACK OF !
undergoing ,
< 4 v ;. ; : .an appendectomyin I
the ever. guts to clean traitors out of I
MY wife cleaningout its own offices. And I'm sick VAL
shad .
jne ,
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Carter j ,, 1(, "
FOR BIG SAVINGS! -t; and children of. Jacksonville an' old.trunk! in the storage of being a nice t 'patient,, guy f
J ..
., -'. . ', ; I" '!. t, I spent the weekend with Mr I room'. the other dar. andI I about it. I am sick of placidly Ladies R!.t I

and. Mrs. Paul Bennett and j ran across the huge old family I accepting excuses instead of, TO "
family Little'daught.er,-Rhonda ,Bible ,that I hadn't thought successes; of being a silent

Bennett is recovering froma I about for years. My great-I gentlemen about it'for fear of *
I case of chicken pox. grandmother had kept a journal controversy. I am sick of my

9 Lonnie Prescott of Middle- ,, of the trip acrqss the Great!I country being ridiculed all Wear $15 Now JL :
: Your Authorized Ford and A-l Used Car
Dealer, burg spent Sunday, with Mrs. j Plains with, a wagon and oxen over the world. I am sick and of ;

' Hattie Darley, Miss Sinia when she and greatgrandpawere i pink fingered1 diplomats

Prescott and Mr. and Mrs.1 youngsters coming out to lily-livered politicians who

In Bradford and Union Counties Hiram Bennett and family. ,, settle in California in the I place personal career above

Mr. and John Bennett of the .
I Mrs. j great migration. Greatgrandma the fate Flag.I
and family of the State. Farm i wrote about it as the wild, ant sick of 40 years of

called in the 'fternoon. | new land, rich and:abundant .relentless creeping cancerous. !
Mr.-and Mrs. Richard Ches- | in mythical proportions.On Communistic godlessness that 25 %

ser, who recently moved to! the trail she'7ote' of never once has wavered from dr\

.. _""" -. I sickness and and heat its avowed' purpose of con-
: =::::: -L'I -.---== ; .. = = : hunger
I I -- ; .. I and cold, and dust and thirst, quering that Flag and see-
II and the death and: births like.. ing it trampled- the mud fr -

beads strung together on a under Russian -boots. I am
AREA BUSINESS DIREcTORY : j II thread of hope,- hope of | sick of my genteel desire to

J freedom and a land of plenty, stand pat and pray. while the'

for their children yet unborn.' enemyadvances. 33
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-- n-=- -- -,...' u.<. And, when she viewed the new I am sick of educators who 30
LADIES WEAn land, she wrote i in simple word teach tolerance of subversion::

I J) AUTO BRAKES Crane Motor Co I,CONCRETE PRODUCTS I.i i .., ... ., pictures of the cities and and of clergymen who would t ;
I Quail at the specterof
farms and schools .and happiness have me
I I I Cherry's IOatnesv111e't I that would some day battle and turn my cheekin
FORDERCFDKA bloom in the greatness of the: fear of what our enemies
Hull's Brake Supply"BRAKE 1 CONCRETE PRODUCTS Meat P'aklitptltbtendfres '
BENZ 'VOLVOAuthorized vast new land. She wrote of might do.
ARE TI E. BEST.i'RoilEdwards 1 Por La'dici 'her tomorrow and-my today. In all honesty, the thing of
: Sales Service I
t DRESSES SUITS '-r.oAni,! The ink was badly faded, which I am most sick is the
Every Car 01 'True) "Complete Service fr All I BuildingSupply MATERNITY, WEATeCessollnES but the message'was clear. AsI man who let these things cometo FOB
Makes- j
I Turning vOrtndinjr Reiinuif 506 a. University Ae. 1 I read. I began to thing about me: myself. h2
While You! Walt Inc. I America and being'an American -' the living God who
FR 2-4251 105 W. Unlyenity, fhinvu1 and what it all standj fox: And by sick ALL THE FAMILY'
1111 8. Main fialnwi>Uie (tatnes l1e, PU I made me, Sir I am a
and I thought about, our enemies to get ', .
FU 2.9329 = ; 726 S. Main --= FR 2444Ga1nesvIlte American who' intends i 1"" "
I -- L .'" .,. and what they intend to;
I Fit. I'I'I MOVEtT a.'V do to America to those ricti'' well.
lands and farms, to. the' cities' interest '
Service Farti < published hi the public
and the people, fo the freedom .,
ELECTRIC t C. Sawyer.
AUTO RADIATORS) t : G, i Gainesville, b? J. Y
Miller-Brown MotorsInc. ,
Electric Motor 1 Mayflower. I 1
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Butler's Radiator ** '- UXEIICttWo.
I FR Z-35S2 '
t .
10SO::: E- University .r 4a. tI' ,
I i iI .OalneavthV ., Storage .And* CratiniFB .. .

I Most Modem Cores In Stock ELECTRICMOTOR... G&iDnfn1f ,..wa'I ii UU ) .
Repairs All Cars Truck I II I ) J
I I .F, ,' I II $15888 RIV
619 8. W. 4th ; somA f y '
Are G&U1e.1rlUftI "Distributer of

I i FU .-o.aeI 3 Bales Parts' Service New Lincoln Motor; B & G Motors\ Co. i: DRESSESSWEATERS --COATS SUITS

.. Deluxe

I ... 11 ..1 Poole-Gable Motors I 1030 8 Main OiiueullL ,FE3. raLLMAN j Compact' JACKETS PAHTS
..Y----. V ...:..: I III" Sitting --
I 119 S. KIst Ave, Gainosv&eFR Safe!. &rd= 'Service i,
2-4313 I Ii 2AAI/ \ N.Y 13th. RU441i 19" PORT19lE-

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II I LINCOLN'- MERCURY 1 -Automatic Transmissions .- .- .- &- Paris. II I I .. I WINKLER ELECTRI C.lnc. .__ MEN AND WOMEN t

) Inc.Complete You Will ,Save Many Dollars At Thj


I .. ; oj'' MAKES REPAID The Helzel! Co': Big Clearance/ Sale!
Authorized SaltBerrlc: *- SEEDS PLAXT- I H-- 234 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-430J. :
Ptrtl. AND 'I II t V FEKTILlZERJlInscctlc i,
I Gator Automatic i I ldf' l -Pel SappUa e ROOFINGSHEET I .''I, TV SERVICE THE KIND YOU LIKE
Trained Mechanic O. 4Usrd METAL i 1 1I
Can Transmission Service \Ve Rent Fertilizer lll Jradera.j I, .
I Bar'g'
'Barkley Motors t INC. k- "'234 tt. W shish AT'. Job Te9Large: Or Too Sm&l II. Our Telephone Number in the Yellow Pages of Our
Telephone Book is Listed Wrong'< -Please Check
ID!) SE 2nd Place (next to P. 0.GAineevife FR 2-9476 tot S. E. 4th St, Gatneer_ i : .
r Regular Section for Correct Number. ._ ,__
I 615_N, ..11.1'1._ Qa1.eav111l- PHONE 3 2-037Z Gaaesvtitt.. Tie. FRUII .1. n
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! considerably. NOTICE ship Five (5) South Range HOLLIS V. KNIGHT months from the date of the ant his agent or his attorney First publication on January,
A a :f "H l. QY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Twenty Two ((22) East, together I Attorney for Plaintiff first publication of this notice. or It will become void! according I I 10, 1963.THOMAS.
I Drawing from experiences that the undersigned desiringto with the tenements 1-17 Each claim or demand must be to law.January & PIERCE.
If gained in 16 years of automo- engage in business under the hereditaments and appur en- in writing and must state the 8. 1963.MARTCILLE. i
at Law
." fictitious name of "COLONIALFLORIST" ances thereto belonging situate place or residence and BENNETT, I Attorneys
f bile racing. Mr. Veith makes Avenue
203-205 North
II q% +< at 506 East Nona in Bradford County, 1THE: COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT fice address of the claimant and I.
interesting comparisons between Street Starke Florida intendsto Florida IX AND FOR BRAD- Executrix of the Estate of11elvln Starke. Florida
a { must be sworn to by the claim- L. Prescott. dec. 1-10 4t 131You'll
I 1 race track and! highway register the said name with at public outcry to the highestand FORD COUNTY; FLORIDA.In
the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof best bidder for cash at the I. re: Estate of I! -.--
driving dramatically estab- Bradford County. Florida.E. Melvin L. Prescott Deceased -
J. South front door. of the County I I
lishing the fact that excessive E. THORNTON Courthouse in Starke, Bradford XOTICE TO CREDITORSAll
DONAI.D BAGWELLDOT County Florida, during the legal creditors of the estate of I
speed requires skill and con- BAGWELL ..
hour:: of sale, to-wit: 12:00: Melvin L Prescott deceased i
trolled conditions such as exist THOMAS & PIERCEAttorneysatLaw Noon, on January :25th! 1963. are hereby notified and required -
I II This January 16th 196S.CHARLES :. to file any claims or demands
I only at race tracks. 203-265 North Temple Ave which they may have againstsaid
Starke Florida i estate in the office of the
Other well-known drivers
1.17 4t 2-7 Clerk of Circuit Court of county judge of Bradford County ..
I who have appeared in Floridaare Bradford County Florida. in the courthouse at Starke, I' i
I Johnnie Parsons Lee Wai- I I CIRCUIT COURT SEAL, l Florida, within six calendar I IThat's Ir

, lard, Johnny Boyd, and Gene IV Tlin CIRCUIT COURT OF
Hartley. The enthusiastic response ,
accorded them by stu- AND FOR BRADFORD COt'X- Ii Our Business

I Bob Veith, Nationally Known Race Driver dents led to rescheduling TY: I\>'O.CHANCERY.CASE 13-17D. r "If It's Glass We Have It" r

Florida schools for those who Community State Bank I CALL WRITE or VISIT r

Award Winning Safety Program are now reaching drivers' age. a of Florida Starke,banking corporation 1. FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S .

"The Highway Safety Pro- Plaintiff, I 4. t. ]
-"9Silas Yr
gram was introduced to acquaint I GLASS CO.
motorists with their also known Mltchen as Brown S. M. I 4i
TO Be Presented D & !W 1 Auto
By responsibilities" R. A. Stran- \ Brown, Dsfendants.XOTICE et al, I i (NOT INC.) : : .'

ahan, Jr., president of Cham- OF SALE "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co."
pion Spark Plug Co. said re.1 We Modern Store Fronts
The award-winning Cham nationally-known race drivers Public notice is hereby given GLASS Design
I I cently. "For maximum bene- that pursuant to and in strict
Just !Mail Us A Pattern For
pion Highway Safety Program., presenting the Champion I accordance with the Final Decree -
I fit it is aimed at those most
'I Highway Safety Program. It of Foreclosure entered Jan- Table Tops
featuring. a veteran India- i vulnerable, the nation's secondary uary 14th, 1963, in the above I
napolis 500-mile race driver was launched in 1954 with school students whose entitled Court and cause, the 1313 N. W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR24353 j
only one driver. Success was i undersigned Charles A. Darby, I get more smiles
making its fourth appearance immediate however and the driving habits are still in the Clerk of said Court, will sell
formative stage. Thus, we have the following described property
before Florida students : number of requests for the'
I gallon
recruited the most famous drivers Radio Television per
this fall. It will be presented program made it necessary to Commencing at the Northeast Appliance -- --
in the world to present it Corner of the intersec-
locally at Bradford High add more driver-lecturers.
tion of the Lawtey and Mid-
School Auditorium Monday i Twice, the National Safety -the men who"race in the dleburg Road and Lawtey when you finance your next new car
I Indianapolis 500. and Highland Road and run
Jan. 28, at 10 a.m. Council has its SERVICE AT ITS BEST
presented coveted -
-* Other drivers on the staff East on the North side of the with a low-cost bank auto loan at our
Bob Veith, Fort Bragg, Calif., Public Service Award to Lawtey and Middleburg road
Fred 12-time Two Hundred and Thirty-
are Agabashian I
a six-time competitor in the the Champion Spark Plug Co. i Three (233) feet to the pointof bank. Come in-learn how much you'llsave
famed Memorial Day racing for developing and maintaining veteran at Indianapolis now beginning. From said pointof Trained Experts In Each Dept.
retired; Gene Hartley 11 times by here!
beginning North and financing
classic, will be here throughthe the program. Other recog- run
at Indianapolis; Duane parallel with said Lawteyand I
sponsorship of D & W Au- nition has come from the Highland Road Two '
to Supply, Inc. Public Relations Society of I Carter, 10 times; Don Free- Hundred (200) feet thence I FOR QUICK t G
I West and parallel with said '
Mr. Veith was forced out of America and the United States land and Johnny Boyd eight Lawtey and Middleburg Road ; DEPENDABLESERVICE jays
Auto Club. Commenting times; Jack Turner six times; fifteen (15) feet thence
the 1962 Indianapolis race in i
and Bill Cheesbourg four South and parallel with said tome
editorially, the Saturday Eve-
the early stages with mechan- Lawtey and Highland Road
ical failure. In three of his ning Post said. "The only I times. One Hundred (100) feet, l CALL FLORIDA
is The is invited to meet thence West and parallel with
five earlier appearances he trouble with this program t public said Lawtey and Middleburg

finished among the top ten that these missionaries can't Bob Veith who will make a Road Thirty-Nine (39) feet. I 964-7511 II .. ._. ... _._ "
than personal at D & thence South and parallel Appliances li I II .' : -' ---"M':
possibly cover more a appearance it.A.
and in 1956 was named with said Lawtey and High- /IJ : : :

"Rookie of the Year" at Indi- minority of the thousands of I W Auto Supply. Inc. store 416 land. Road (Now East StateSt. : ._ ._ ..__n '. A."N.1 "R. K.I _'S cil tA'] ',.:''RYI"I"( __ _.__ ___..__:. ___, .
anapolis. He has also com- secondary schools that need I E. Brownlee Street, Starke at thence) One East Hundred along (100)the North feet I AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR :

peted in the "Race of Two them." 2 p.m. Monday Jan. 28. side Lawtey and MiddleburgRoad I' One
I of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group
.orlds" in Monza Italy. He Mr. Veith will point out in Fifty Four ((54) feet to Maytag Frigidaire Zenith
the point of beginning. Said II
la' a member of the world's his appearance here that if Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at land lying and being in East Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.COMPARE .
> exclusive club, the drivers on our nation's high- Lawtey F lor Ida Section GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UPBuIIingtoO's
most -
Bradford County; Telegraph. Twenty Three (23). Town- I II men
Champion 100 Mile-An-Hour ways used the same degree of
$ub, reserved for those driv- courtesy and alertness as race I
ers who complete the 500 mil- drivers and if they would keep

ejf without relief at an average .- their cars in good mechanical,I

speed of more than 100 I condition the nation's highway -i iI I,

miles... an hour. I ,,
fatality list iould be cut
Mr. Veith is of eight I II
one II

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