Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01586
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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 24, 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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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I 'f t Official County Publication Established In 1879.


.. Arbor DayObserved i iI Guard UnitReceives No Longer Necessary

t. By i I NewDesignation Merchants Win

Tree PlantingArbor

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Designation of the new National Meter RemovalRetail
rt I Day was observed locally -
last Friday with tree- Guard company here as
) the 622nd Ordnance Company
planting ceremonies conducted I
,. by the Senior and Junior (General Support) was announced -
!i_ Woman's Clubs.In following a reorganiz- Starke's 129 parking meters will soon go the way !

photo at left, members of ation and planning session. of Sales I of the hitching post into oblivion.

____ the senior club are seen planting iJWtRi'T the Florida. Army National After a 90-day period of meter-sacking, which
______________ a large magnolia tree on Guard at Camp Blanding Sun- proved the devices were no longer necessary to regu-

.ha rounds of the Bradford day.Authorized Show Gain late parking in the business district, City Council

\t Ii County Hospital. From left to strength of the voted Tuesday night to remove_them permanently..__ S
company (a consolidation of I -
( right: Mrs. Hollis V. Knight; Mayor Randal Chitty said
i Co. B, and Co.' the recent establishment of
Camp Blanding; I I
S. R. Hicks of the city's street
C, Starke) will be 143 enlisted In Bradford the meters would remain sack- I large off-street parking areas
department, who moved the
;i men, six officers, and one warrant ed until such time as they by several business firms had
} tree; Mrs. P. G. Felos; R E. ,
Edmondson, hospital administrator I officer for a total of 150 were actually taken out. He made the meters unnecessary
S personnel.The Cash registers in Bradford fr{)m the standpoint of regulating
( ; and Mrs. L. J. Green said this would be done as
new will be County retail establishmentsrang parking.It .
;1 member of the hospital boardof under command company of Capt. Drew to the tune of $12,258000 ,- soon as the necessary arrangements was pointed out that

IIrii: trustees. To Cost $1,875Council in 1962, a substantial gain could be made.
.1 id Reddish, present commander oi merchants and their employees -
Members of the Junior Wo-

p man's Club (photo at right) Co. C. Capt. James Bloodworth,, over 1961'3 total sales of At Tuesday night's public had cooperated almost 100

presented magnolia trees to present commander of Co. B,, 11709000. hearing, called for the purpose per cent in keeping their cars
she Starke Elementary and: Accepts Bid will be assigned to the Signal Food and automobiles accounted of discussing pros and out of the spaces in front of
# ,_ I Battalion, with headquarters ta for the major expen- cons of the meter issue, opin- stores so they would be open

'I Southside Elementary Schools.I Cedar Hills armory, Jacksonville ditures .here with 69 cents ion was all on the side of taking for shoppers. It was suggested,

From left to right: Mrs. La- For City Hall AdditionIn as :Motor Officer. out of every dollar going for the meters out-once and however, that the city be prepared -

_vern Outlaw president of the The new Special Forces Detachment the purchases in these two for all. to enforce restrictionsin

Junior Club; James Hobbs, I also assigned to categories. Charles Sawyer, chairmanof case of abuses in the future.If .
T TI Southside a special meeting Tuesday objections, stating that he Starke, will consist of seven Food purchases led all the the Starke Retail Merch- merchants and their employees -
principal; Mrs. R.
It F. Merritt, and P. T. NoUn, night, City Council accepted had brought the matter up enlisted men, and two officersone rest accounting for $4,245,000in ants Assn., reported that he ] park in front of stores -

principal of Starke Elemen- the low bid of $1,875 because it had been broughtto ( captain, and one lieutenant retail sales. had contacted at least 80 per it would defeat the whole

I submitted by W. L. Thigpenfor his attention by persons ). Next to eating, Bradford cent of the downtown mer- purpose of taking the meters

tary.Trees construction of a 17x18 "not in the city hall," but who Under the new reorganization Countians apparently like to chants and that they were out, it was said.

\ Simmons Trial Set Monday Witt C. were Jones donated and the by Tri-De- addition to the city hall. were familiar with the opera- plan, total authorized ride.Sales I unanimeusly in favor of removal Mayor Chitty reported that

I The new room to be con- tion of the police departmentand strength of Guard personnel at of automobiles, boats, of the meters. He said the city had had several inquiries -
I County Development Co.
structed on the south side of thought the new additionwas the Starke armory would be. motorcycles, trailers. and other that the re-routing of U.S. 301 from meter companiesor
The plantings were made in
In County Judge's CourtThe the building. will be used by unnecessary. 159, as compared with the to- automotive equipment [not; away from Call Street and other towns interested in
I' honor of Mrs. Lewis M. Hall,
conservation chairman of the the police department, but is Other councilmen reminded tal of 147 men, officers, and: including trucks totaled $1- purchasing Starke's meten
made necessary by the fact Hurst that the decision to go warrant officers now on the. 307,000. when they are taken out. He
General Federation of Wo-
January term of Coun- Charges of manslaughter against man's Clubs.Blanding. that the department is being ahead with the addition had rosters of Co. B and Co. C. Other retail establishmentsin Youth Shot said that one tentative offer

ty Court opened Monday with Simmons were changed asked to give up part of its been made following a reportof Target date for the reorganization the county racked up total had been for about $18 per

20 cases listed on the docket to the lesser offense. A trial) present space to make room a committee that was assigned was announced a!: sales as follows: general merchandise As Result meter, which, if accepted

I in Judge T. A. Yawn's court. without a jury is also set J Use for the newly created city to investigate the prob- Feb. 15.Coffee. stores $249,000; apparel would bring the city around (

I Defendants in six of the Monday for Shedrick Davis utilities department.The lem.After shops, $739,000; home Of Fast DrawA $2,400 for the discarded equip- ,

cases pleaded:: guilty when the who is charged with reckless j Discussed By utilities department will the discussion. Councilman Drinkers furnishings stores, $732,000; ment. In addition to the 129

docket was sounded Monday driving, wilful and wanton.In be housed in the room where Orie Wiggins' motionto drug stores, $612,000.Gas meters now in use, the city

and were sentenced, six were trials Wednesday after- Cong. MatthewsCongressman Police Chief Bill Rosser now accept the low bid was unanimously Get A BreakIf service stations rang 16-year-old Waldo youth' has six spares on hand.A .

acquitted and eight others noon Gordon Claude Miller has his desk. approved.In up sales of 2928000. Jerry Wasdin was accidentalJy balance of $250 is still

were set for trial or have been had his driver's license suspended Councilman Carl Hurst other action Tuesday what the country needs I shot in the thigh with a owed by the city on the me-
[ The figures are provided by
I, tried. for six months and D. R. Billy questioned the need for the night the council: is a good four-cent cup of .22 caliber revolved Sunday afternoon ters.
conferredin the latest report on consumer
Jury trials are set later this was sentenced to pay a fine Matthews recently new addition, asking if the Instructed Clerk Merrill Edwards coffee- we've got it in buying prepared by the Stand- : by his brother-in-law
Washington with Maj. Gen.
of $150 or to serve 60 days in to Terwillegar Starke. who was practicing a western-
week for Kelly Greeson, leaving McMillan police department needed as ard Rate and Data Service Youth DeadIn
Henry W commanding .
conviction of DWI A, week with the style fast draw.
the scene of an accident; jail on a officer of the Military much space as was being plan- Motor Co.- to deliver a "new ago They indicate that contraryto
W M. Dabney, assault and charge. In the only other action Stateof Ford truck, on which it was change in ownership of a the situation in some parts Jim Rose 29, of Starke was Accidental
Department of the
battery; Henry and Ann Gibson I Wednesday afternoon Florida, concerning maxi- ned.Rosser and Mayor Randal low bidder, to Atlanta Ga. Call Street drug store, the ct the country, where fears of practicing the fast draw with
contributing to the delinquency Grace Brooks Long was acquitted where a special body could b mum use of Camp Blanding. Chitty maintained that if the recession or unusually high Case
of the charge of an installed for the city's that coffee henceforth at his side. Shooting
of a minor, and Blanding. one of the largest -; department had to give up use as unemployment led to reduc- boy standing right \
S. Noegel, driving : improper lane change while power line truck. would be five cents a cup. The revolver did not quite
I infantry training centersin one of its present rooms, th tions in spending, local famil- \
intoxicated and valid being passed. Two other Call Street clear the holster on one draw, held
while services
no the nation during World new addition would be neces- Read specifications from the ies went through the year Funeral were
license. from Pleading guilty before Judge drug stores promptly post however causing the pistol to Ollie Thorn-
driver's Greeson. War n. is now under the control sary. Rosser said his desk State Road Department for normally and confidently. Monday for Joe
Lake is with Yawn earlier were: ed signs heralding: "Coffee4 .4re accidentally, the bullet Starke who acci-
: City. charged of the Florida National should not be crowded into two new signal lights to be ton, 18, of
leaving the scene of the acci- Emma Crum, Negro, driv- Board by legislation passed in the room with the police radio 'installed on U.s. 301 at its Cents." Two ArrestedOn entering the right thigh of dentally shot himself to death
dent in which 11-year-old: ing while intoxicated senten- at equipment and other func- intersections with Call Street What break for coffee Wasdin a. depth of four inch- early Saturday night with a
1953. It is utilized presentby
Robert :Michael Phifer was ced to a fine of $150 or to license 60 108 employees of the tions since it was necessaryfor and Madison Street. breakers! Shine ChargeTwo es.The .22 rifle, according to the

killed last November 8. Gree- days in Jail and driver's Guard's State Maintenance him to have some place to Discussed plans for the accident happened at Bradford county Sheriff's De

son's automobile was one of revoked for six months.driving Shops, with an annual payrollof confer privately with persons joint meeting with SRD and Senior GuardOfficers men arrested at the approximately 2:15 p.m. Sun- partment.As .
two vehicles which hit the Beatrice Lott Nordling $150- 539000. National Guard having business with the de- County Commission on Jan. 29 site of a still near Keystone day and the bullet was taken told by his brothers,
boy. while intoxicated. Heights were bound over from Wasdin's leg at the Thornton had borrowedtwo
units at Starke and Camp partment. He said it would in regard to an overpass onUJS. AreReassigned I young
1 A jury trial is also scheduled fine or 60 days in jail and six license Blanding [soon to be consolidated also be impossible to conduct 301 at Bradford County Tuesday for trial in Clay I Bradford County Hospital cartridges for the rifleto
suspended for County Circuit Court under and hs released the same shoot some birds in the a-
Monday, January 28, for with headquarters in mayor's court with large High School. was
Joseph Lee Simmons who is month.D. around and $500 bond. afternoon. ica. The brothers told the
L. DePoe abusing a chil'd, the Starke armory] have a crowds milling Denied, with regret a. request -
charged with leaving the sentenced to $50 fine or 30 annual payroll of 40235. TheE. waiting in the one room. by Al Gregory Marchof Paul Quattlebaum of Key- sheriff's department that they
I scene of an accident in which a I. DuPont Company mining Rosser said it was also desirable Dimes special events chair- Local Senior National Guard I stone Heights, and Harold:Jaycee WeekProclaimed heard one shot, then a little
his vehicle hit and killed Mrs. days. officers have been reassigned Franklin of Jacksonville pleaded while later heard another
ilmenite under lease for to
Sidney Manning, improper a agree- to have a separate en- man, permission us? By
Jean Davis Mixon, 39, of .0 new capacities effectiveFeb. not guilty to possession'of which sounded unusual. They
I ment with the State Armory parking meters during the
$50 fine or 30 days trance for the police depart-
Starke last September 14. 15 under the new Guard a still and mash when arraigned -' then heard their brother, Joe,
1 in jail. Board. has a payroll of $1.5 ment, which will be incorpor- drive for collection of funds. Mayor ChittyJaycee
currently underway yell and stagger around the
reorganization before County Judge
million annually, and em- The Council explained its
ated with the new addition to.. pre-
Ailvey Mosley Jr., improper in Florida.Lt. T. J. Rivers in Green Cove corner of the house and fall
rr Race TrackCheck fine or 30 ploys 325 persons. The camp city hall, rather than have vious action of voting to take Week Jan. 21-26,
exhibition, $50
M. Hatcher, lo the ground.
also has limited use as an Of- drunks and disorderly persons the meters out, and expressedfear Col. Harry Springs. has been proclaimed by Mayor
ReceivedChecks days.Ethel ficer Training School for the brought in through the main that it would be confus- commander of the 748th Ordnance State and federal agents Randal Chitty. In observanceof Thornton was shot at approximately
Forsyth Bell, posses- Bn., has been assignedas and Clay County deputies the national week, the local 6:20 pm. Saturday -
National Guard. and as:1: entrance where utilities pat- ing to the public to put them
for $13.500 were received sion of tax paid whiskey in a Ordnance Officer in the and pronounced dead-on-
will I
back in use even for such a raided the 1,500-gallon capa- Jaycees present a
and other are
by each of Florida's 67 dry county dismissed upon training site for Special For- rons transacting business.persons worthy project as the Marchof State Operational Headquarters city still Monday night. They book "Young Men Can arrival at the Bradford County II

counties last week as their motion of George H. Pierce, [Continued On Page 5] Hurst finally withdrew his Dimes. located in Jacksonville. said Franklin was working the Change The World," to the Hospital at 6:30.: AccordS I,
share of the state race track [-Continued On Page 5] Lt. Col. A. Y. Covington still when the officers arrested Starke library. The book describes ing to sheriff's deputies young

fund.A 48th Division Surgeon, has him. Quattlebaum was arrested the history of the Jay- Thornton apparently stum-

total of $53,000 has been To Children's Committee been assigned as Medical Officer when he appeared at cee organization and its aims led while entering the back
in the new statewide or- door of his home on Colley .
sent to the counties thus far the site shortly afterward. and objectives. \
ganlzation. Rd. and accidentally fired the 1

riod.during This the Is current an increase fiscal pe-of Maj. Randal P. Chitty Material gun into his upper chest. The I I

$4.500 over the same period Textbook Shortage Pointed OutA Officer of the 748th bullet entered his left upper

during the previous year. Ordnance Bn., will become '1 chest and traveled downward,
i Ammunition Officer in the lodging in the right lower

near drastic shortage of grade World History book:: course. At the beginning of solutions to the textbook problem State Operational Headquarters. I ? chest.
textbooks in Bradford Coun- i which in 1957 cost $2.67 now the current school term there according to Casey,! The youth walked 48 feet

Support YourChamber \ ty schools has been brought to I costs a school $4.35, Casey re- were only eight seventh grade Gibson, and County School The State Operational ;;_!i t I 1 from the back door of the
the attention of the publicby ports. A ninth grade English science books at the high Superintendent Harmon P. will be locatedin nouse before he fell. The accident
School Supervisor Larry H.! book which in 1957 cost $1.50 school. which. Casey said, Morgan. The state will haveto the Maxwell C Snyder armory 4 __ ; apparently happened
Gibson in a talk before the now costs $2.70; a eventh prompted him to delve into increase its textbook allocation ] Th lust as Thornton was enter-
in Jacksonville.
Of Commerce County Children's Committee grade math book which in next year's allocation. to schools substantially tig the back door. The weapon
will exercise ii
last week. 1957 cost $1.63 now costs According to figures from or students will have to headquarters administrative ,.,L.I was an eight shot .22 calIber -
training and -
1 "It's about time somebody $2.40; a physics book which the State Department of Education purchase their own books, the all I-. : repeating rifle.
control over I-
ATTEND TilE realized just how bad the five years ago cost $2.31 now it now costs $22 to educators say. Army National Guard units Young Thornton( was bornin
textbook shortage is," Gibson sells for $4.11, to point out a supply a high school student In some classes at BHS stu- throughoutthe Starke and had lived here
ANNUAL and commands
BANQUET i said when questioned this few cases. with a complete new set of dents are already buying all his life. His parents were

Wed., Jan 30 I week. The textbook shortage The book shortage at the books for one year, and $17 their own books. Examplesare state.Hollis I the late Ollie Thornton and

'I 7.nA.VV nU.I1. is old news to teachers but high school is so bad that Ca- for an elementary school stu- typing classes and special I ft I Mrs. Oracle Carrell Thornton

Starke Elementary Rev. Leo Hebert, a member of sey has already spent $1.600 dent. Based on a maximum of physics and physiology clas- V. Knight, of Starke with whom he lived.

School Cafetorium I i the Children's Committee says of next year's textbook alloca- five years of use. therefore. a ses taught by science instructors Bounty Attorney, :? r'4': I He was member of the Jesui

I he thinks the public has not tion, leaving just $900 for next high school student would require Richard Jockel and Char- .. r- : Christ, of Latter Day Saints

Speaker. learned of the situation. term, and still there are areas $4.40 per year to be lie P. Cowen. n HospitalHollis _-' Church.

Millard Noblin I! According to Gibson the in the high school being! taught kept in books. This leaves no "The state should appro- +.3'.: '- __ ___ !f', Surviving, besides his moth

Industrial Dept. Florida I i textbook shortage has become without textbooks. Tenth leeway for new students, priate enough money to bus V. Knight, county attorney ._.. _:. __ -.-" : er, are four brothers: Roy E.,

acute in the last five or six grade literature, for instance however. and BHS had almost enough textbooks or either and county prosecuting ; John H., Russell 0., and Vernon -

Industrial Commission : years, since 1957 because of is being taught with 34 books. 100 of these this year nnna .ot._ all- -anri- lot-- tho-- -rtn.UUv --. attorney was hospitalizedthis Antique Show Termed Success N.Thornton. all of Starke:

Tickets on sale at : two basic reasons. One is the for the 198 students in the with an enrollment.. in excessof dents buy their own books" week: after suffering a faur: .. sisten: Miss Annie I

Chamber of Commerce : drastic increases in prices of class. There are only 60 ninth 1,100 students. I. Superintendent Morgan stated slight stroke last Saturday Off to the Antique Showin books, which! will be matched Thornton of Starke, Mrs. Alma

I new books and the second is grade world geography book The high school's textbook emphatically.Unless morning. Mr. Knight was a 1914 Model T. Ford are I, by an equal amount in federal Lee McRae of Melbourne I

that the Florida Legislature for the 176 students enrolledin allocation from the state this something is done, stricken on call Street in Mrs. Billy Dowling and Mrs.J. I funds. Mrs. Mary Kuhn of Jackson

F This Space Contributed lopped 2000.000 or 25 per the course, and in the math year was $2,500. or approximately '- however the situation will I front of Koch's Drug Store, D. Odom. with O. C. Davis!I The show attracted around ville.and Mrs.' Judy Padgett

1 cent off the $8,000,000 text- department there are only 35 $2.50 per student. At continue to steadily worsen. and was carried to Bradford of Jacksonville, owner of the 50 exhibitors. and hope has of St rke. \

Weekly to Publicize : book allocation asked last business arithmetic books a- $4.40 per student, however, it Principal Casey Bradford County Hospital before being car at the wheeL I been expressed that it will Services were held from the .1 1I

Community Events by : biennium by State Superini vailable for over 90 students. would cost $4,840 per year to High points to the fact that transferred to the Universityof The show, first of its kind' become an annual event. i DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at

I i tendent of School Tom Bailey. In another instance, Casey keep every student adequately since he has already spent Florida Medical Center in held here, was described as a The oldest citizen to register I Starke with Rev. Joe Griffis

The CommunityState : Bradford High School Principal pointed out. no money is available supplied with books, leav- $1,600 of next year's allocation Gainesville.It success. with a net of $260 was Mrs. C. W. Parker, 92 officiating. Burial followed in

Tom Casey gave num- with which to purchase ing a present deficit of 2. is expected that Mr. realized by the High School who resides at the Magnolia the family plot in Evergreen
erous examples of how text- the newly adopted text- 340 per year with the situa- of $2,500, he win have Knight will return to his PTA the sponsoring group. Of HoteL She was presented witha Cemetery under direction of

Bank book prices have increased in books being used in the new tion growing worse. only $900 with which to purchase -, horn here within the next few this amount, $150 was givento corsage as a token of appreciation DeWitt C. Jones Funeral

I the last five years. A tenth "Americanism vs Communism There are only two possible textbooks next year. days. -- ----- the high school library for from the PTA. Home of Starke.


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Mrs. W. M. Smith and children -. Spor.tsmenWarned "Big Top" To Be Business Increase I''Tax Refund of invoices and full Instructions -'i CC BanquetSet I.

I 11' spent the weekend in\ on how to use them," he

:: Deland and Mount Dora with : About In JacksonvilleJan. Told By HikeIn For FarmersOn explains. "This procedure is Next Wed. '

friends and relatives. necessary before refundscan !
30 Feb. 2 Sales Tax Gasoline any !
Mr. and Mrs. J. H.'Rauler-I i be claimed." The annual Chamber of i

son and son,. Kelly, of Gaines- Mad Animals The 83rd edition of the Business continued on the! Farmers are reminded! that The application for a per-, Commerce banquet will be ,(
GLADYS MOOT ville visiting Mr. and I ueld at 7 p.m. Wednesday, i
..0 _ _-_ _PHONE 64M511C : were 'Greatest Show on Earth' will upgrade in Bradford County I II they may claim a state tax rut must be made each year, Elementary 'i
Jan. 30 in the
Mrs. J. R. Kelley on Sunday. The recent killing of a rabId give nine performances in five refund of four cents per gallon -
I with sales tax collections so don't make the mistake ofthinking
''I .. h Mrs. P. D. Fancher was Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Wescottof Pvt. Robert Kelly of.Fort 'I coon in the HamptonTheressa \I days ,in Jacksonville's modern, I on gasoline used on the School Cafetoriura with
Jackson S. C. was visiting area points up a wildlife 10,000-seat Coliseum, Jan. ,30 : for last November totaling you are still eligible [ Millard Noblin of the Industrial 1
itYtg: Mrs. Fred Miller and Tampa and Steve Simmons I I I farm during 1962.
his wife and his parents Mr. problem of importance to through Feb. 3. Ringling 15679.56, as compared with 1 in case you had a refund permit : Department of the Flor-
Mrs. Vivian Edenfield in Perry of Miami were weekend guestsof I Roger P. Hill, assistant economist
last week. Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns. and Mrs. J. R. Kelley, over i t all sportsmen and especiallyto Brothers and Barnum & Bailey $12,585.30 for November 1961, with the Agricultural i last year" the Agricultural ida Industrial Commission as 1

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Claidy the weekend. I owners of hunting dogs. circus has made one of its according to a report by Extension Service, says that I Extension specialist reminds guest speaker. \t
Miss Sonia Hunter has returned This statement was made by two annual Florida stops in Tickets are $2 each and
and family visited Mrs. J. H. and family of Daytona Beach Comptroller Ray E. Green. bona fide farmers who have i suggesting that a new t\\
to her studies at Flor- I C. R. Madsen, districtagent Jacksonville two previous years be obtained at the Chain I,
: may
the I
Gill in i
University were visiting! Mrs.arah_ Hunter i followed certain regulations application should be made
t" of Collections of the, 7-cen i
ida-Southern Colteg Federal Bureau
i for the and has played. before thousands .! ber of Commerce office or
,4. Center, and their daughter, and family over the week- prescribed by the State of right
1C Mi Miss JoAlyce Graham, at U.. Mrs. W. G. Haile ...returnedlast I Sports Fisheries and Wildlife. of its traditional "chil- gasoline tax also reflected an Florida claim the re- i from any member of the 1 II'

,-., of F. on Sunday. end.Mr. Thursday from three weeks<, According to Madsen the dren of all ages." increase in sales, with $44. may must have For assistance or answersto board of directors. I
und. The
Mrs. R. A. Barkley of Jack- and Mrs. N. W. Thamesof visit with her sons. Jack and>:\ raccoon population over most The 1963 "Big Top a misnomer 242.31 collected on sales last questions concerning the '
been used exclusively agricultural -
\ sonville spent Saturday with Medford Ore. were visitingMr. Woodfin, and theii families <;in of Florida: is on the increaser now because the show November, as compared with I purposes. however.!! tax refund, Hill recommends' Zipper Notebooks &.49 al II
and Mrs. A. G. Loudon with her sister, recent raccoons its' for November 1961.
and all
Miami, years Indoors 39717.86
her sister, Mr?. nman Green, plays three rings : contacting the county agent. Bradford County Telegraph. ;
from Friday to Monday. The S. Adair in West the most frequent "To be entitled to apply fora
: and family. Mrs J. have been in large arenas only is a t
Loudons and their guests visIted with refund on gasoline Hill ;
wild animals showing up
Miss Delia Palm Beach. dazzling combination of 'age- Insurance HearingSet
L__ Rosenberg spent St. Augustine on Saturday -. have been repOr- 6i.ates, "it is necessary that j 1-
Mrs. Annie Bell Manning is They old circus experience and atmosphere -
the weekend in Lakeland where
and Cypress Gardens on hi several sections of In JacksonvilleA the applicant be the holder j 4,
in the Tyus Convales- ted and spage-age sophistication I
she at the
was patient
guest speaker
District Six BPW Club meting Sunday. cent Home. i Bradford County the latest and furnishing of a valid refund permit issued jby j Thanks Folks i
meeting of the Florida the State Comptroller'sOffice. j
on Sunday. She was accompanied Jimmy Guy of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams ",: being killed in the Hampton- There are four new, elaborately joint
and St. Petersburg Junior Col- last week, = House and Senate permanent .
I to Lakeland by Miss were guests of Capt. and[Theressa area just costumed pageants, 27 displays -,
t lege, spent Sunday and Monday after it had bitten several and more than 75 acts Insurance Committeeswill "No refunds can be made
Mad Middleton who visited at
e Mrs. Francis H. Tally ; ft !
t with his grandmother, dogs and perhaps other ani- be held in Jacksonvilleon for gasoline purchased prior FOR THE FINE PATRONAGE GIVEN US
lit Mrs. Ira Corn. dinner dance at the Jax NA.! .SOfficer's on program. th,
A. Z. Adkins. Jan. 28 to hear from the date the refund permitwas
.. Mrs. mals. Evening shows are scheduled lo
Mr. and MXL Monroe-Whaley dub Saturday eve* :
Madsen said that many dog public, the insurance indus- issued." he emphasizes. LAST WEEK ON OUR ACQUIRING OWNERSHIP -
and and
: of Laurel, Dela. are visiting Judge Mrs. George L. ning. The Williams spent Sat Wednesday, Thursday
Patten are attending the State: Owners do not have their dogs Friday, Jan.. 30-31 and Feb tty, and the State Insurance "11 farmers do not hold this
r. Mr. and Mrs. Arne Hauger Sr. urday and Sunday night with OF ,CANOVA PHARMACY. WE ARE
... vaccinated regularly against Department on proposed legislation refund permit, they are not
this week. Conference of Circuit Judgesin : Mrs. Williams' mother, Mrs 1, at 8 p.m. and Saturday, .

Lt. Odessa Thomas will return Jacksonville tills week.J. 1 J. F. Rogers, in Jacksonville. 1 rabies. This lack of vaccina Feb. 2, at 8:45.: Matiness will for.. the. .upcoiniflgses-L __. entitled to apply for a refund." HERE TO PLEASE YOU. COME IN OFTEN. ,

I. to, her base; in Key West R. Bullington entered Al- admissions to Brad- tion is highest with farm and be conducted Friday, Feb. 1, won or tne state legislature.Sen. Farmers who have permits!

IMonday after being home for achua General Hospital Mon- Local this week rural dogs, he said, and with at 3:30 p.m. and Saturday and Charley E. Johns, should file application for refund i 1

two weeks convalescing: from day for observation and treat- ford County Hospital Kite William owners who have one to sev- Sunday, Feb. 2, 3, at 1 p.m. chairman of the Senate group, with the State Comptroller Sherrod Hamilton
I, are: :Mrs. Alice announced that the hearing
ment. eral hounds. and 5 p.m. Children under 12 prior to Jan. 31. Appli- ;

surgery.Fi.. : Ellis Thornton, and Glen Moore'I' Hunting dogs and rural i will be admitted for half priceat would open at 10 a.m. in the cations for refunds are available -
e : ::; F. Stump is in St. Vincent's Tyler Jones of Sta.rke was Merrill Edwards Owner
Mrs. I the most likely George Washington Hotei E. Green, state
I. ones from Ray
Hospital for ob3ervation among 19 employees of the in Bradford dogs are both 5 p.m. shows and at

( Wd r ;tmel.1t. The Stumps had Fernandina Beach mill of medical Hospital patient over the week I I to come in contact with rabid the 3:30: show Friday.All banquet room. i comptroller, Tallahassee, Fla. .

-; as Sunday visitors) :Mr. and Container Corporation of Am- County wild animals, and these are seats are reserved and All interested persons are "It is necessary in filing for

I .. Mrs.John Griffin of Ochlothnee, erica who were honored at end.Lt. !I often exposed to rabies with- sell for $3.50, $2.50 and $1.50. invited to attend the hearing. the refund to attach the original -

J *H : Ga. and Mr. and :Mrs. William the 25th anniversary of the Kenneth Tyus of Argen-lout the owners' knowledge,, They may be ordered by mail' motor fuel purchase invoices 8lS1WIS"lS
tia, Newfoundland visited his out. FIRST CHRISTIAN to the ," the A
Madsen pointed
1145 East
w, Thomson and family of MOfl1 opening of the facility. The K. from the Coliseum,
parents, :Mr. and Mrs. H. combination of unvac- CHURCH economist stresses. "Be cer-
ti ellD. :Mrs. Griffin remained event was celebrated at a din- The Adams Street, Jacksonville, or
Tyus, Saturday and Sunday. cinated dogs, exposed to rabies tsun to check the applicationto
... the counter at the Coliseum :
It for several; days. ner in Fernandina on Jan. 14. over 537 W. Call St. Starke
..... Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Green OIl.| without knowledge of the make sure it is properly Remember That Occasion With
Mr. and 'Mrs. Don Neel and Fhe employees cited at this I visitors the Civic Auditorium or Bob L. Badgett, Minister Special
Cross City were Tuesday and these same dogs Llled out and signed." he
family visited! :Mr. and Mrs. time have been employed continuously L. the downtown Jacksonville Sunday School. 9:45: a. m

0 Frank Hemmingvyay Jr. in by the plant since! of Mr. and had Mrs.as H.Sun- coming into close contact with ticket office in Hemming Park. Church Worship, 10:45: a. m. adds. "Refunds will be refused FLOWERS\ fromCOLONIAL
Speer. Speers is serious
people a unless
applications are complete -
Jacksonville Sunday. its official openinj. Mr. and Mrs. L. many Seats may also be purchased| Chi Rho, 5:30: p. m. Choir
day visitors, threat to life and health, the and accurate."
Mrs. Thrima Steele of Dr. and Mrs. Chris A. Car- C. Goolsby and Mr. and Mrs.J. .I officer said. ConscIen- at the box office before each' practice, 6:30: p.m. CYF, 7 p.
'-. Gainesville spent the weekend ratt of Athens, Greece are Harris and daughterof m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p For those who do not have
with Mrs., W. B. Mundy. They visiting Dr. Carrett's parents, Gainesville.Mr. tious and intelligent dog own- performance. m. Wednesday. a permit but want one for FLORIST

__ visited Mr. and *Mrs Dan Harris -, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Carratt. ers should demand rabies vac- 1963, Hill suggests contacting
and Mrs. George Flynn declared. "The failure to have HEIL3RONN _
in Jacksonville last Satur: the county agricultural agent 1;
They will visit relatives in
day. On Sunday Mrs. ,Mundy,: Jr. and family spent the week- declared. The failure to have BAPTIST CHURCH SEVENTH DAY for the application form. The Starke's Oldest Florist and only :
Daytona Beach before continuing
end with Mr. and Mrs. R, S., dogs vaccinated for rabie is ,
a Mm Steele Mr. and Mrs Guy their aroundtheworldtour. Mc- Sunday School. lOa. m. ADVENTIST CHURCH form\ may also be obtained by F. T. D. Member. !
: Sale and Mrs. J. B. Sapp visit- McAteer in Tampa. Mrs. a serious threat to people as writing to the State Comptrol- "rffi' '.
Dr. Carrat is MonuBg Worship, 11 a, m,
a represen- with Sabbath School [Saturday
Ateer returned to Starke I well as being fatal to the dogif !
I edMr. and Mrs. Bruce Cox atJacksonville er.
i I
tative of the Lubrizol Training Unioa. 7 n. m ,
corpor- them for several days visit. I he contracts the disease," !; 964-1324. FLOWERS WIRED ANYWHERE-WORLDWIDE j
: Beach.Mr. ation in Athens.Mr. Evening ,Wprsnip 8, p. nju "Vpon completion) and return '
RoanIoke Madsen said. I 9:30: a. m. Morning Warship 506 E. Nona St.
.. Smith of Phone 96-1-6291 i
I and Mrs. H. A. Lawson Miss Shi Ann Prayer Meeting Wedne daY8, of the application to the
and Mrs. B. G. M<:In- is home this Many "varmints" are dam- : 11 a. m. Located between WU BAGWELL ?
: :. I have had as visitors, Mr. and tyre and grandchildren of College, Va. '! 1:30: <1 p. in. Rev. Joe Roop. i Road and Griffis Loop State Comptroller's Office, you DOT Manager
semesters. aging farm animals and crops, son
week .
}Il's. Joe Jordan and family Jacksonville I will receive a permit a book
spent the week- I and raccoons are especially} :
Mrs. A. E. McKinney was :
i : of Lakeland over the weekend "
end with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Because of the exces- II
visiting Mrs. Jettye Hazen in costly. m '''>--
I Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hayes ofGainesville lI"-- -
DuPre. Gainesville on Sunday.Mr. sive 'coon damage to water- EU't "p fflt :' 1 f li "r.rPtl'tz ftIi.' ""__7, 1II_ I .'-- tIM"!
: (Mrs. J. M. I'
Moore of Miami Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss and :Mrs. Cary Nazworthof melons and corn, some farmers )
t on Sunday.
Mamie Anderson of Archer Jacksonville visited :Mr. and have attempted to use poison -I 1
I Sue and :Martha Deas of
I I Lake City the weekend spent the weekend with their !Mrs. Barney McRae on Sunday. to reduce their numbers. I
sister. Mrs. E. M. Davis. I This practice also of much
with their grandparents, Mr. Junior Woman's Club members -
) Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Blaisdell to hound dog
: and :Mrs. E. W. Hayes. attending the District concern owners Limited 4'Time
I and family of Kingsley Lake and the various fish and game
at the Sea
Four Junior
; ... Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Gener. have Day .
rented the agencies.In
eux and Alderman Turtle Restaurant at Jackson- A11
son of Jacksonville, house at 417 N. Walnut St. i an effort to assist: farm-
: and Mr. and Mrs. ville Beach Thursday were:
Emile Gepereux Pvt. Glen Reddish of Fort ers in reducing their crop !
Outlaw Mrs. Randal
Mrs. Lavern !
,. ,.pt SpringficidJJasg. cv
:: 4J .' weekend guests of Mr. were and Jackson' S.' C. was' home for Chitty, Mrs. Jimmy Rowe, losses, and also to reduce the ) 1.
the weekend. of Madsen works
use poisons,
A' Mrs. RobeJt Mrs. Tom Casey Mrs. Bill I
.. Green. Mrs. Edward Burns, and Dodd, Mrs. George Roberts, closely with county farm a- ciY \
: .: Mrs. S. W. mills of Clear- I Mrs. W. B. Scoggins attended Mrs. Al Gregory, Mrs. George gents, health department officials 1
: water will be the weekendS the staff meeting of the Santa Shuford, Mrs. Jerome Johns, and others interestedin

) guest of Mrs. George Ander Fe Regional Library in Gainesville and Miss Betty Jane Morgan.Mr. giving demonstrations, and _

: _son. _ on Wednesday. instructions in t r a p pi ng.
., .-- and Mrs. D. Sheldon of
rm. .
ii: l' e Sportsmen can give assistanceby
r Michigan visited :Mrs. Effie
t -ws always requesting permissIon -
[:Johns on Tuesday.
THE VOICE to run their dogs on farm S
Mr. and t Mrs. R. E. Gahaganof
-- t lands and by killing the raccoons -
Bluffton, S. C. were Sunday _
.. of experience speaks. and wildcats which are

; (" .w F. E. Rutherford. M. D. states "Chiro- visitors of Mrs. Mattie Gaha-I rabies carriers and crop destroyers -
who returned with them
gan I .
,- .. : practors are obtaining results that I for a week's visit. Mrs. Gaha-I hcYour choice ofInnerspring
could not ;
pbtain with medicine and sur- gan will also visit her son,
Six Fires Burn
'I gery. Powell Gahagan in Savannah,

Since Chiropractiye\ is effective even Ga. 44 Acres During ,

after other methods fail; its wise to Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Past WeekFlorida I
Dr. Bellinger Foam Rubber
s ye. both time and money and see your Stuart Beckett will be interested or

Chiropractor first. to know that Mr. Beck-!
Forest Service
Your Chiropractor only hea4 t jp I I Ii 41 1 A I F f
accepts those cases which ett has retired after 48 years, quarters in Bradford County

J he feels will respond to Chiropractic care. in newspaper production work, reports six fires during the .. 4 : ,
: t.
and they are now at hom at! past week, with 44 burn- '1- S
Phone acres
d ( 961-2881 For Appointment Today their place on Kingsley Lake. : .. S -

Dr. Bellinger Chiropractic Clinic For the past 11 years :Mr.Beckett ed.The report in last wee /'i ,

has been production that there had been -75 i
426 paper ,
f N. Walnut Street Starke, Fla. manager and consultant on the fires during the week a !
I Insuranc, Cases Accepted Hartfprd Courant 'in Hartford, typographical error. The fii.i I I II

.. I Conn. '
j i lire should have been 15 fires. }

1 I Since Jan. 1 of this year I.I.I ,.. .,.....11... oi.. 1
I [ there have been 21 fires with. ., -
In And See =:: ... :
I ;j a total of 122.5 acres burned. Dov'" .... .... H_.
\ t ; During the same period last moo _

COLOR TV SET year there were 10 fires with 1

59 acres burned.

Rainfall recorded; during the

past week at the county's \

*" ,.three fire towers was. as folI -

i I lws: New River, I in.; Highland F
' ; & in.., Santa, Fe, .30 in.

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II I II Dolores Cloversettle, Wm. E. Dampier r therefrom for the purpose of

: Ordinances soliciting passengers, custom
I WHAT WHEN 1914 ,
Wed In Hope Baptist Church, Dec. 21 ers, or patrons.! : "

The 1914 codified ordinanceswere
Hope Baptist Church at AND WHERE

! Theressa was the setting for Life Slow Pace E. Futch.prepared E. Matthews by attorney was J.

the marriage on Friday. Dec. Kept At chairman of the town council -
GLADYS MOOTY PHQNE 9840651Women's 21, of Miss Dolores Clover- I
Jan. 28 ; C. A. Futch was town
' settle daughter of Mr. and
'; Mrs. Herbert F. Cloversettle of I I Garden Club home of Jlrs.W. clerk; and C. F. Hoover may

AuxiliaryOf Starke. to William Edwin H. Nollman, 7:30: p. m. I or.
Beta Sigma .Phi 'sorority,I II
St. Marks I Dampier son of Mr. and Mrs.
I Garden Restaurant, 8 p. m. f
R. C. Dampier. also of Starke. ,
Plans DinnerThe I II The candlelight ceremonywas j 1. Jan. 29i i: I
I i Meth. WSCS and Guild joint

St. Mark's Woman's Episcopal Auxiliary Church of I I II L. the Packham.performed evening at by 7:30 Rev.: o'clockin Merle 'p.I!meeting m.. Fellowship Hall, 730: | I _. S ,_ r ;}t" ;JJ.j.jAJ,

will have a turkey dinner on Arrangements of gladioli I .
Thursday. Feb. 7, from 5 to I II 4g and fern were used in dec- I .
March Of Dimes I Ii .
I 8 p.m., with the public invit- orating the altar, flanked by I 'S %., Sf % .
ed. Mrs. Clyde B. TerwillegarJr. palms on either side. Blonde i Campaign Plans I ,
., auxiliary president an- candelabra, each holding sev- : r
nounced plans for the annual en candles and trimmed with .Ri 'Are Completed r" 2',
I .
affair which will be held in fern, stood on each side of the 4. .
I I '
the. Episcopal Parish House. .. : ? altar. Final plans for the 1963 % I' ... ,
I It -
Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. Rodney P. Hall, pianist .. .... I March of Dimes Campaign ; .-Y& ____ r'\ ,) S ''', ".' ',/."' ,'"
Mrs. -"- -- were completed at
'Mrs. Julian McRae or played the traditional a meetingof I
I Terwillegar, or from any other wedding marches and also accompanied in the Theressa community'house. the board held Jan.. 15 at '

auxiliary member. the soloist, E. L. i The bride's table was the home of Mrs. J. D. War- I

Officers elected to serve Brown who sang "I Love: You. covered with a lace cloth, and ren. Mrs. Patricia Cauffman
with Mrs. Terwillegar for the I Gordon-Pendarvis Truly" and "The Wedding. was centered by the tiered I' county chairman. announcedthat I

coming year are: Mrs. Julian Prayer." I wedding cake flanked by|I the goal for the drive was I I

McRae vice president; Mrs. i, The engagement of Miss The bride given in marriage candelabra. Punch was served]I' set at $2,000. ,. ,
James Biackshear, secretary; i Julia Gordon of Bunnell, to by her father, wore a''! from three punch bowls, surrounded -; Due to the success of the I '' .".

and Mrs. H. A. Bishop Jr., I Fred Pendarvis son of Mr. lovely street length dress ofj I with fern interspersed Salk Vaccine In conquering ;
I Cars like this handsome old Bui kith F. A. (Allen- ) Canova behindthe
( treasurer. 'I and Mrs. W. E. Pendarvis of white lace over white satin ; with rosebuds. polio the National Foundation There's Still Time
uhppl, were held to a speed of 10 miles an hour and ordered to sound i
Chairmen named include: Lawtey, has been announced-j, i iI i
1 I : overskirt with three-quarter i| Mrs. James Phillips Jr. has turned its energiesto
Mrs. Herbert Thomas, Chris- I The marriage will be an length sleeves, and a scalloped -i greeted guests at the door and research: on crippling arthritis their horns on approaching each street intersection. :| To Make Your Own
tian education; :Mrs. George !I event of early fall. neckline. Her shoulder presented them to the receiv- and birth defects. The

I Miller, United Thank OfferIng -i| Miss Gordon is a studen': length veil was attached to a Iii* ing line. composed of members University of Florida has received Someone has come up with : on the Sabbath in no uncertain hitch your horse, mule, or ox !STORM WINDOWS

; Mrs. Edward Burns periodicals i nurse at Alachua. General circlet of orange blossoms, of the wedding party and a grant from the Foundation an old ordinance book of the terms: I to a shade tree or to drive ;

f\ ; Mrs. Julian McRae.J Hospital in Gainesville. I and her bouquet was of white I the parents of the bride and to do research on the City of Starke for the year I "Any person who engagesin. any such animal or vehicle on : eSue

)I college students; Mrs. Jeannette i Mr. Pendarvis is employedat i carnations on a white Bible. groom. I cause of congenital birth de- 1914. manages promotes or ad- i the sidewalk. fesfe $

,I I Kincaid Christion social the Highland mine of the !:i I Her only ornament was a Mrs. Merle Packham and fects. Mrs. Cauffman said. Apparently. it took a lot less vertises any game of baseball I Enterprising business men
relations; Mrs. S. S. Noe- pearl and diamond necklace I Mrs. Ernest Triest cut the I, The calendar of events planned rules and regulations to keep football basketball, or other I of the day had their activities -

gel. supply. I DuPont Company. a gift from the bridegroom. I wedding cake and Barbara I for Bradford County were folks orderly in those days; : like games to be played on somewhat curbed by an
Also): : Mrs. David Cottle. I The bride's only attendantwas Bradley was in charge of the i I outlined by Al Gregory special than it does now. The old Sunday. or who engages in, ordinance that said: "It shallbe I

promotion; Mrs. George Winkler Beta Sigma Phi i Mrs. Dorothy L. Varnes, bride's book. Others assisting;I events chairman, and book had a total of 98 pages i manages promotes, or adver- unlawful for the driver of

I, worship and altar education matron of honor who wore at the reception were Mrs. Mrs. Curtis Lee Mothers as compared with 383 pagesin tises any circus sideshow opera any motor car, carriage hack

i I ; Mrs. Mattie Gahagan I Beta Sigma Phi sorority. will turquoise taffeta dress with Jimmy Gnann Mrs. Jean I March chairman.: The Mothers the modern code adoptedin theatrical or other per- or other vehicle or for any STORM WINDOW KIT

ltar; Mrs. T. G. Ritch. Guild .meet Monday night, Jan. 28, matching headpiece. Her flowers Wainwright, and Misses Mar- March will be held Jan. 1960. formance, or any bowling alley porter or other employee of 72' i 36' Sheet Clear Nail. Nails owl.
I ; need to Bake
"i of the Christ Child; Mrs. Lu- at 8 o'clock 'in' the Garden i were white carnations. cia Gnffis and Mary Lou i 31 along with most counties moving picture show or i I i I Molding ittwi window-everything in 5 mInutes JO'I '-
The stood lot huse to
town for hotel
i or boarding
( mile! Davis, visiting; Mrs. Gertrude I Restaurant. A baby shower willi i Willis L. Warren served as Gnann, Linda Loper: Gloria t in Northeast Florida. less foolishness in the a old any kindred or like game"shall any : AT YOUR LOCAL DEALER
: enter train at or near
isolated church
Beasley, best and ushers Newsome any
man. were and Ann Packham. Freeman Register m, rep- be punished by a fine I
Clark I too.
be for Mrs. Connie days,
people; Mrs. Kenneth Grider, i Sidney W. Griffis Jr., and For their wedding trip to resenting Mr. Bedell, Teen not exceeding $100, or by imprisonment any railroad station in Starke.
youth work. : at this time. Clyde Dale Bradley.Mrs. Daytona Beach the bride wore For instance stubborn I .
Time chairman, reported that not exceeding 30 or to come nearer than 50 feel
'I Cloversettle. mother of a beige suit, trimmed in blue children and runaways were/ I
; the high school students were I days: or both [according to
the bride, wore a dress of royal and beige accessories. subject, upon conviction, to a
( I completing plans for the teenage how the mayor felt that day]. TICKETS ON SALE AT CIRCUS SITE
I. blue wool with a corsage Th bride graduated from drive. fine of not more than $50 orimprisonment :; Life was a bit more leisurely Jacksonville Coliseum 1145 C. Adorns St.
of white carnations.Mrs. Bradford County High Schoolin I for not more : Or at Door Before Each Performance
Other members of the board than the present jet-age pace.
FLORIDATHEATRE Dampier, mother of 1960 and is employed as than 60 days-or both, at the ;
i attending the meeting were ( Trains were limited to a speedof
I I the bridegroom, wore a coral secretary in the office of I Don Patray, special gifts ', discretion of the mayor. | four miles an hour while

arnel dress, and her corsage I County Judge. Mr. Dampier chairman; Miss Betty Jase Others subject to the may- passing through town, and I
I was also white carnations.A I graduated from BHS in 1959 Morgan, coin collectors chair- or's wrath were "Rogues and were ordered to ring their
reception was held Immediately -! an dis a junior at the University man; and Mrs. Lola Garbett. vagabonds idle and dissolute I bells before crossing any I

-- after the ceremony of Florida. Mrs. Cauffman expressed I persons who go about beg street. The law was somewhatmore I

belief' that the citizens of i I ging; persons who use jug- generous with "motor I

Opening Time: Garden Club Little WomenTo Bradford County, in a conceded gling or unlawful games, or I cars" which could reach the I
Sunday-2 P. M. Mon. Thru Fri.-5:45 P. M. effort, could easily plays common pipers and fiddlers breath-taking speed of ten j
Meet Monday Has Panel Topic surpass the $2,000' 'goal and common drunkards miles an hour on city streets

I thereby assist the National common night-walkers, pilferers without arousing the mayor's: .1. U

Friday Saturday Jan. 25 26 I "Corsage Making" will be I The Little Women's Club. Foundation in finding cures' lewd, wanton railers ire. :
demonstrated at the Starke I met Monday night in the clubhouse treatments for cripping and'brawlers, persons who neglect !I .
and. I Bedlam would prevail now, j S
J .DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Garden Club meeting Mon- for a panel discussion on birth defects. their calling or employment ,
arthritis and
I I I !r I however if one of the old V-. :-
day night at 7:30: o'clock at the ,topic, "Good habits make : I I misspend what they i 'k -
ordinances wsre enforced to- -
I I the home of Mrs. W. H. Noll- good neighbors." :Members of GOSPEL SINGING can earn, and do not providefor S '
"BIG. AS 'BEN HUR'-IF NOT BIGGER!" man 510 N. Cherry street the Hi-Y Club and the Little I themselves or for the sup- I day. It provided that: :
lot Angefet IiflM. I Co-hostesses will be Mrs. C. Women took part in a discussion -I There will be Gospel singing port of their families." The "All motor cars shall be1 i
J. McGriff Sr. and Mrs. H. led by a panel made up' at Pleasant Hope Methodist mayor must have had a busy I provided with an alarm or'
SAMUEL BROKSTON Present. : L. Speer. of T. L. Casey, principal of I' Church Saturday night, time. signal horn, and such horn ;

CHARLTGN SOPHIA (, Mrs. Joseph Hudson Jr. of Bradford High School; J. F. Jan. 26. Everyone is Invited I About the only thing folks shall be sounded at least 50 ,
I Bloodworth, parole commission. I feet from each street crossing i $3.50 rows 1-17 Jon. 3031. Feb. 1. > P.M.
Gainesville will demonstrate I : could do [legally] on Sundaywas : $2.50 rows 18-29 Feb. 2, 8.45;MATINEES;
: HESTON4ti LOREN : the art of corsage making. She supervisor; and Dr. Florence NEW RIVER CHURCH I go to church and read and the same shall continue 1 $1.50 rows 30-33 Feb. 1,3-30 Feb.2-3, 1,5 '.M.
Jennings, juvenile counselor PLANS' HAMBURGER FRY i to be sounded until the said j! Children under 12, leIf price, Feb.>> 1, 3.30; ; fcb. 2-3. i P.M.
I will bring materials, but members the Sunday paper. Games and I street crossing is reached." [
asked to bring flow ALL SEATS RESERVEDEverything
:: are All. members and friends of I amusements were prohibited It was also unlawful to i

/' 1 ers. ADK Sorority tne New River Baptist Church I

t The board meeting will be are invited .to a fellowshipand ,- ..=.. ...: -ur.u'b..' .L,''1.11\' ,':...S /l",,1. -"" =-'!'' I : -' ''; I\t\ .--- .:-.;;::;,
? : ': i i held tonight [Thursday] at Meets At Home hamburger fry Saturday

7:30: o'clock at the home of Of PresidentAlpha Jan. 26, at 5:30 p.m.

: ,i, vatt.the president Mrs. Ed Pre-. Delta Kappa sororitymet I I piles up handsomely in a Chevy II including savings !

SUPER TECHNIRAMA :'. at the home of Miss. :Madge' Imagine a low-loading wagon roomy enough to TT this one goes and goes on a gallon. They grow
TECHNICOIOR8 rw1t -_. _-:-=:--...:... I Christian Church Middleton president. Monday I handle most anything you can heft-and still CHEVY UL with brakes that adjust themselves. An exhaust

l BTON f'W.l'IIOM'! __..DEAR FIL ffiOOUCnONS..; NnH lty?M night with Mrs. F. J. Pellum;, trim enough to slip into cramped parking spots. system that lasts longer. And a Delcotron
_ _ _
_1116".1160'-.1 111 AU.IED ARTISts I Circle MeetingCircle as co-hostess. :, We imagined it, built it and called it Chevy II. CHEVROLET generator that keeps battery reserve power up.

I PLUS Miss :Middleton gave a reportof :I Made it as dependable as a wagon can get. _ Want to hear more? How about a low price,
One of the First the district meeting which; !: .. And made it so it'll keep piling up savings natty interiors, Body by Fisher craftsmanship
J Christian Church met last she attended Tuesday evening' 1 over the years. Those show up in the way Keeps Going Great -and a talk with your Chevrolet dealer soon!
ELEPllANTASTICw..AHD FUHIfi! Thursday morning at the of last week in Jacksonville.The ; D '
t I' i '-.r.. ".,. .
; home of the leader Mrs. Edwin hostesses served a des-, S_ ;' '
r p'
\ Williams, for a covered sert course during the social
__ _l and regular I' It"fiJ. _
t the dish luncheon hour. Colorful arrangements: ,
i/!.:'" '"- I, meeting. of pansies and narcissi were. I 4
#.; .it. Mrs. Gerald Griffis gave .used in decorating.Presbyterian. I II Ii I 1
B bl i,
as I the devotional and program. /Xfr
Mrs. Williams conducted the i i I

was business enjoyed meeting.by the Luncheon members I iI j I I i!, for FUN ., .I I

Ii cI ElephantCartoonUI.GOO'S following the meeting. l Sunday School 9:45: a. m. :I

: I I I Morning: "Evidence Worship of a a.m.Changed, topic -.;, and HEALTH i ,1 Y f

'. Birthday Party Life." Junior Choir practiceand I i ,, i ij

TSEDll For Danny Luke II Youth Fellowship. 6 pjn. i Starke Lanes j !

Evening Service, 7:30 pjn.

PROBLEM CHILD"Sun. Danny Luke celebrated his I "The Long Revealed Plan." I Highway 100 South

....1.( ninth birthday anniversary on. Wed.nesdayFamily Mght t PHONE 964-6261 I :
| Mon. Tues. Jan. 27 28 29 1 Saturday afternoon when hISi I For League Information
'j 1 ., i, parents Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Thursday Senior Choir : .:

Luke, gave a party for him practice 7:30: p.m. ,

when I and ten friends at their home

fivemmutes joujveWaircmirian I. in Outdoor Heilbronn games Springs.were played 4_ 4'i- -i .5 j

during the party hours three ueicn S. ; '
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to five o'clock and refreshments --
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indoors. _
were enjoyed No.1 1
An attractive yellow and green :

I color motif was used for the 1 1I _____ I ;

I party decorations and flower, 1 TV .. ..N N. .' ... I
arrangements. I ; S N /

Recent Births I ; 1 515888-T TDdvx. //7 ?'

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Bradford County Hospital an- _
I the births:. MIX.2OOg .
.......w 0..:...'r nounces following Compact .
Mr. and Mrs. James Sapp, -
) --I-b, loKIIIIII.-- Grandin a son, Harrison. ',
,.It e.1'IIQO\CTIOII' IIfI.CASD 1HIU11II1111\ MTTSI 5-, J 7
Mr. and Mrs. James Mc-: -, S.-

I Also "BIRD BRAIN BIRD DOG"-Cartoon Daniel, gtarke a daughter
Sonia Denise. Jan. 20. WINKLER ELECTRIC Inc.
I I :
Wednesday, Thursday Jan. 30, 31 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Carr. II I _
Lake Geneva.twins a daughter,
I Dma Annette and SOT, Derrick A GOOD SELECTION OF USED TVs Nova LOO b-Door 6-Passenger Station Wogo*

R HUDSON ; a dI )tr.Grant and Jan.Mrs. 21.James Star 234 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-4301 I, See four entirely different kinds of cars at your Chevrolet) dealer's Chevrokt, Chevy II, Conair and Corvette.

lEAl SIMMONS f1J ling, Lawtey, a daughter, Jan.

I i011I1 RAINS CCLIJIIl I Mr. and Mrs. Denver Moore i GATEWAY CHEVROLET INC.

I of Gainesville announce the Our Telephone Number in the'YellowPages of Our ,
A "'1UI\'TIOIoAI.PICnIaf S A WlI" rooucng Telephone Book is Listed Wrong-Please Check
birth of a son, Bobby Joe. on
U. S. 301
-- I (NORTH) STARKE, FLA. PHONE 964-3900
Plus "DICKIE MOE"-Cartoon Jan. 21 at Doctor's Hospital. Regular Section for Correct Number.

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I -, ,ryyyy yy TYYlYVYYYyvyyyyy V YVYVYc 1 dies Circle meeting. Friday I rYVVYYYVYYYYVYTYYTYTYV! sisisi: I C2t'5-t ix THE ciRcnr COURT OF' ty in the courthouse at Starke.
SKlTIOt IFOM- 3 I SUCTION: 1- Fl.OUIDV UIKHTII JtUICIIL Florida within ail: calendar
c .NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED night, Prayer Band meeting : \\Tru !i BIOS IVIT.TIOrun: BIDS flHCTIT. IX A\D: flRIIII.IFOIU ; months from the date of the
bill be held at home of Mrs. EVERGREEN Go. : Ml\IC1PAI WATER rritcn.\! OP Karii'nEXTFOU : ) COC-Vrv.: IX first publication of this notice.
I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY sarah Prince. The meeting j j.Let'st':1 ."tNu SF.WEI1AGEl'IpItOl I JnXU'IPLl'TER ('IL.t>CKRV.Angeiine Each claIm or"dt'lBand must ben
KUE\'f PKOUHAM AND MWKltAtiH: I M. Adams.Plaintiff writing! aml,.mnet state the
.ill go to the home of any CITY OF MTARKK. FLORIDA! UO\UMU\T HltOUUAM I I' V V.s. place er .residence and postof-
'I (By Elizabeth Given) who extends invfta- I By Mrs. Minnie L Eeddlnj : V SEALED PllOl'Os-'ALS' will bereceived I cITY OK STARKFf. FLORIDA \ Divorce flee address of the claiqiant and
one an : Gardening by the City Clerk, City j jof SEALED PROPOSALS will be Harold P. Adams, must be sworn to bf the claimant
II r 4AAAAAAAAAAAAA.LA&AAAA&ALAAA4AAAkAAAAA.Aaiw tion. For information contact, i Phone 783-3232 I IIA Starke, Florida, until .:00 P. i received by the City Clerk City I] Defendant.LOTICE' j his agent or his attorne"
Mrs. Green Mrs. Prince Mrs. | M. (Eastern Standard Time) on !] of Starke, Florida until 7:00 P. |i i' or ItViii become void accor><
I I AAAAAAAA&AAAA.AAL .. Starch 5. 1963 and publicly opened -' :M. (Kastern Standard Time) on ; To: Harold P. Adams, SFP No. i iis to. law.. .
1 Thur ton Elementary School Lira. Essie Holland in charge. Ulye or Mr. Covington. j i' By Ileryey Sharpe I thereafter at the regular February 19. 1983: and publicly i I 2. U. S. Naval Base, Lakehurst, January 8. 1963.SIARYCILLE.
V A fish fry will be held at Morning Worship at 11 a. m. ; Services; will begin with !I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wise i I City Council Meeting on that I opened thereafter at the regular :1 N.J. '. i, n XXETT.
Extension date for additions and Meeting on that You are hereby notified that
Improvements -
.Thurst School Sat.. Jan. I with Rev. B. P. : Miss Florida Agricultural ; Executrix of the Estate of
on Williams
1 j. I Sunday School at 9:30.: The Jenny Gaskins and Rev. 1[I to the municipal water date for. purchase t>f equipment .I a complaint for,divoree has been I
26, starting at 2 p.m. Hot pop 111 charge. Evening service. church and pastor anniversary and Mis. Walter Mathis ofi I Service I and sewerage system for additions and improvements filed against you, and you are >! Melvin L. Prescptt January dee.
will'': ing of: (a) the !!' l'Onsist-\\ to the municipal water and setv required to serve a copy of your First publication on
.corn and candied apples G.30 Harry Young will held Jacksonville dinner .
p.m.- lay be Sunday and were Sunday I newater SUPlI10'11 erage systemS, consisting! of: Answer: or Pleadingto the 10 1963.THOMAS ,
t1Jc on sale. Receipts from the reporter. all members and friends are:' guests of the Fisher Gas- folks that pedal- bine pump and all interconnecting I la) two (2) turbine well pumps Complaint on the plaintiffs attorney PIERCE
I sale will be placed in the PTA !: New Bethlehem Free Will I invited to attend--Rev. Louis' kins family. Some say piping and valves between I (b) approximately) 1350; feet of George' H fierce, J03- Attorneys at Law
pushers are garments that the well installation andthe !S-inch cast iron pipe; (d t\f > 205 North Tempt? Avenue. I :os-:! 05; Xorth Temple Avenue
treasuty. Don't forget.-Mrs. I There were 52 persons in i. :McKay pastor. Mrs. Rosa i Marvin Futch of Camp Le- bring out natural beauty. So, aerator: ChI lehabilitate esistinK i,i (2) chemical feed pumping: units i Starke Florida and file the i I II ?tarfce Florida
Loulza drown PTA president; Sunday School last Sunday. Green reporter. I 1 Jeune N. C. is home for ten i well! at \"at'T Plant No. : id) three (3) cnlorinators.: I original Answer or pleading in 1-10 *t 1siLlndy :
take this tip and begin push- 1 and Install up"atl'r lubricated :! (e) one 10-ituh water meter and in the office of the Clerk of tht: 1 j
| Mrs.! 8. C. Price teacher. t. Visitors are always welcome. I Greater Allen Chapel AME !iI days leave with his parents.Mr. ing for azalea petals if you turbinr pump in the weli; !j i three Ui;n indicator-totalizer' recorders -, Circuit Court on or before the:

\ ::ttorram On Scouting Morning Worship at 11, with I Sunday School at 9:45 with i ii and Mrs. Guy Futch. garden (c) install new rhlorination e- '' : and (f) one ((1) pac.age .- Sth day of February 1965. If ) V. ,. f"
i .. I want to adorn your iuipment at I.othatt'\" }'Iant'X type sewage pumping sta- you fail to so do, a Decree Pro !1 Laundry and, Dry
i A Scouting will Choir No.1 The in' :Mrs. Jean Gaskins of Jack- i I '
program on serving. sermon -i i Miss Fannie Bell Frazier with natural beauty. s. 1 and 2: III l) install iu-w i I tion. Confesso will be taken against Cleaning reDS 5c

\ $ held at the RJF. PTA was delivered by a visiting i! charge. Morning Worship, 11 sonville is spending a few 1 freeze in Decembermay chemical feed equipment at loot l All equipment furnished shall you for the relief demanded in TEIiXIEAPIt.t666 Ba1f.Poinf
The big I Water Plant Nos. and 2 V at TUE : .
1 with the
(e) accordance specifications complaint. ,
; be in
I i
t, '*tr eeting on F ,b. 6. Scout of- minister, Rev. Owens or a.m. with Rev. L. A. Sampson days here with her children. ;i have cut the supply of i install forced draft aerator atWater and contract documents I Done and ordered at Starke. I

I Tclals John Sims, district ex- Miconopy. At 4:30: the YPCR': conducting.: Evening service at !j Mr. and Mrs. James Rosierare i azalea blossoms. Therefore, i Plant Nit. 1. and construct pertaining thereto which maybe Florida this 14th day of January -
**..rutive and William Shiner held Mack : i relatives in West a gravity type -rator at Water examined at the office of the I A.D. 196J.
< was with Lee in j 6 p.m. with Junior Choir serv- visiting the buds I' and '
plan now to display Plant No. 2!: (fi install a City Clerk Starke. Florida CHARLES A. DARBY.
njightjorhood mmissioner, charge. At 6:30 Choir No1 ing.. i Palm Beach. that did survive by preventing | water meter at Water Plant Xu.t I at the office of Reynolds, Smith I Clerk Circuit Court Bradford -
will) discuss the program in I led the devotional, with sermon Members please remember Miss Helen Gaskins spent This beau- 3. and water meter indicator- and Hills. Architects and Engineers County FloridaBy
azalea flower-spot. t totalizer recorders at all three '. 4019 Boulevard Center Janet N. Carter.
i iK$ 'l interest of organizing a by Rev. James. Sunday is Trustee Day. Make \ the weekend with Mr. and 1 ty-killing fungus can reduce a water plants: and (g) install Drive (Post Office Box 4S50). Deputy Clerk

Cub 1ack. All parents are ur- Weekly schedule: Monday your report to the leaders. :Mr., Mrs. Harold Wise in Jackson- display of blossoms p34'kagt'IIt' st-wajje pumping I I 1 Jacksonville. Florida. Specifications THOMAS & PIERCE
magnificent !; station aJ..noulh 1High: may be obtained from George H. Pierce
ipd i J lo'attend.Mt. n'ght, Choir No. 1 rehearsal. : Eddie chairman of trustee ville.Mr. into a slimy mush almost -I 1 way No. :301.: Reynolds. Smith and Hills. Attorney for Plaintiff
MorUb Methodist! luesday night guest program. j board and Mrs. Willie Reddish All work performwl shall h<> KavU; bid shall\ be addreseeito 1-17 4t7 i i:
Sunday services'start \ general Williams still sick I visited his sisters in Brooker overnight. I in accordance with the plans the City Council. City of -
: with Wednesday night pray \ Homer is The first sign of the disease specifications and contract documents Stark*, Florida, and marked ITHE COUNTY JUIGP'S
Sunday Schol at 9:30: with i'er meeting. Thurday night, La. and would appreciate the vis- ![ last Wednesday. is small water-soaked pertaining thereto, "Purchase; of Equipment tot COURT IX AND FOR HR.UI-
I which may be examined: at the Water and Sewerage
i ii Church
I itation of members and Activities FORI) OOUXTTi FLORIDA
: .
spots 011 the flower petals, I office of tht rity Clerk. Starke. I Improvement Program City o
i fi lends. I We had wonderful servicesin I t'ltiriJa.: and lOt th. ffie of Starke. Florida," and deliveredto In re: Estate of
I Dr. Howard Miller, path- sl'ott. Deceased
Melvin L. Pr
says t flj>rnols, Smith antI TfiHs, Architects the office of the City Clerk. 'l Eplll'NotI
Bethel Baptist last with '
I New Sunday XOTICR TO CRRnrroiisAll :: '
with the Agricultural either
Gas Genie ologist ( and EnsineerN! 4ul9Ruiilfvard City of stark Florida. /
: says: creditors of the estate of
lots.: of visitors and Bidder :
A Sunday Jan. 26Sunday ;i an inspir- Experiment Station. Thin, a Center Drive (IWt by a representdtne of the Melvin L. }'rpsl-ott. deceasedare .
i| Office Box JS30): Jacksonville, who shall obtain a receipt I
i iI ing sermon at the
'. Cut Those School, 9:30: a.m., Brooker T. I morning day later the blossoms collapse -j Florida. Plans and specifications therefor or by registered mail hereby notified and required -1

: I, Marshall Jr.. superintendent i i hour. A Youth Sing was held I into a slimy mass. f' may be purchased from Ry- with return receipt requested. which to file they any claims have or demand-against V .:;TBIC CUSJ BOTTOM
: at 2 which 1 mild. !Smith and Hills for the The City reserves the rightto mar BOATSNOTICE
p.m. was enjoyedby
: Morning Worship. j said estate in the office of the
:n charge. You prevent the fungus' .
can '
: and
informalities any
1 sum of f?.50 per wet, the cost waive V----- V V "
.: Repair Bills 11 ::30; Women's Missionary I all and the Lord's Supperwas from ravaging your blossoms|,J of one set of plans and specifications hid: to reject any or all bids in county judge of Bradford Coun-
Marion observed at the evening will be refundable to whole or in part, with or without -
5 Mrs.
V Union p.m., Ii' this spring with a spray pro- I, Contractors: who submit bona cause, andor to accept the I 1 -
V withNatural Veil president in charge. B- iervice. Four new members gram of one-half ounce of' fide bids! upon return in good bids that in its judgment will 1

TU. 5:30 p. m-, Mrs. Mariei I were received at this: time., zineb in three gallons of wa,1 condition within ten, ( 10) days be for the best interests of the
V after bid opening! Individualcopies of Starke, Florida. !
,I Gas i I Thomas in charge. Evening our church services ter. Begin the spray applica-. I of the specifications and CITY COUNCIL OF THE

M Worship 7 p. m. Rev. A. 'I and come worship with tions three times a week dur-. i partial sets of drawings may CITY OF STAP.KK, FLOR 'I ",
us. Sunday School. 10 he procured for $5.00 per copy IDA.
a. m
i. Vinson pastor. V ing color season. I and '0.,"') )per heet., respectively MERRILL EDWARDS
V V For "tart free," "trouble free" heating, cooking The Women's Missionary Morning Worship, 11 a. m If you are thinking about!; ly, refundable.A City Clerk Due to increase in Postal Rates attd
Bid Uond: properly executed -
Training Union 6:30
: m. 37NOTICE
p. !! 3t
and water heating! there's nothing like Natural Union of Mt. Sinai District Evening Service 7:30: p.m. buying some camellias, now hI 'I by the Bidder and by a qualified 1- other publishing costs, the following
at New I the time to select the varieties I Surety, or a certified or -
i will a program
Clas: and it's! economical, too. It's instant, it's i, Bethel present Baptist Church the you want- while they are ini i cashier's or state check Bank,on in any a sum National not I OF ITRVTIOTO I slight increase in subscription{ rates

and 1 bloom. To the flowers at :i less than five cent (5fr> of XAMI-: ,
I safe, it's clean: your supply is always there. first Sunday in February; at JOHNSTOWN MISSIONARY see per ItEGI'tIlt FiCTiTiors :
the amount made payable to will be effective March I 1963
their Sunday-best visit a Camellia hereby given that ,
cul- i is
3 p.m. This program will BAPTIST I II | the City of Starke. Florida must Notice
-GET OUR OUR FHEE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE I undersigned under the provisions ,
minate a bridal contest. Several show and make- list ,Ii accompany) each bid as a guarantee II the of' Chapter 20,933:;::, Laws

girls from the district are I ;Midway Lake Butler & Raiford |i' of the varieties that strike your: withdraw that from the HUlfler the; competition will not I of Florida. Acts of 1941! will theCircuit In Starke Trade Area

STARKE NATURAL GAS running for the title. The pub- : on State Road 121 fancy. Then it will be easier | after opening the bids and in register Court with, the in and Clerk for of Bradford -

City Hall Phone 964-1301 lic is cordially invited.-Mrs. : Angus B. Lawson, Pastor to make up your mind on, the to event the the P.idder.contract he will is' awarded within -- I,. County, Florida upon receipt of-

: M. J. White reporter. Bible School, 10 [using what to buy when you visit tf-n (10) days thereafter' of proof of publication name
-I a-ra. the enter into contract and furnish \ this notice the fictitious One Year .. .. 3.50
Bible only]. Morning Worship, nursery. j the required! bond failing which of NEW ENCLANDER MOTEL inhu'inl'I's

-- il a.m., title: "Can A Suicide ; Transplanting Tips i h.. shall' forfeit deposit as liquidated I, unh'r'hll'h at :2100 I am North engaged Temple Six Months 2.00:
The Hid Bond -
1 I Go To Heaven?" Teen-age I Now is the time for plantI' ",' da'iiages. Arc. StarKe Florida.William .
Bond are rei -
ing or transplanting. Here are: and Performance !Summers. :2100! North
meeting. 6:30: p. m. Study mired to be secured from an Florida
i I ,
them; "What should be thei1Urch's a few pointers to remember. !!]: acener of the surety or insu- 1, Temple sole owner.Patcd \.Vl' Outside Starke Trade Area
SPECIAL which agencyshalT
NOTICE I i cance: company of Janual' -
attitude There is a definite relationship I thi 2lst day
toward help- ', have an established plan StarXe, Bradford -
A. D
between transplanting lie t tat> of
; In
ivf business* :
|: ms people in financial need?" I County, Florida.
Lvangelistic:: I and pruning roots and tops- I Florida and be duly )licensed to I' i-i:: 4t 2-14
service, 7 p. m. conduct.. bii'sinesu therein I
Sermon title: "Is your weight i each should be done carefully. i I Kach: hId hail W addressed One Year - 4.00

TO HOME OWNERS pleasing to God?" : The. root system of any plant I; to the City Council. City marked of ...
Mid-week i Florida. and '=='
I | Starke. -= -= :::;:! -
I should approximate the top in -. Six Months 2.25
Prayer and Bible Study lesson I], htnkil'tt"at..r andw'r- I -
1 volume; therefore the tops of age Tir>wrov"ment Program.City:
title: The destruction of deliver1 -
of Starkp. Florida !and I
Sodom. plants should be reduced in 1 the office of the Oily WilliAMS
Homesteaders : For you that have been receiving Home- I' most cases. Conifers are the i I' ciork.to City of :Starke; Florida I All subscribers may renew at
either by a representative of
stead Exemption in previous years' and have not yet returnI exceptionthey need not be the Bidder who :hnTl obtain a JEWELRYREPAIRS
old time before
ITIIK CIIHTIT courT OP I pruned. 1 'receipt tb."f>fr. <>r bv registered rate any
Till*: KIGIITIf Jtimi.XL, mail with return receipt reritiesteti. -
I the application which, was mailed you on January 1st, fllUllT OK KI.OIIMIV IAM \ Bare-rooted plants are I
; > POI IIK.UIKORU COUATT hardest to make live when :I The City reserveth*, risr'it March 1 regardless of expira-

please sign and return same on or before April 1st this is : I.CUAXCUIir.: shifted to a new location. to waiv informalities in any I WATCIIKS-DIAMON* ,
CASK: all bids in
.NO. 13-179. : !hid: to relcct any or I .
Community State Dankof Balled and burlapped plants whole or in part with or'With- on'd te.Bradford
the only in which will be entitled to the I the All Work GuaranteedA. .
way you exemp- Swrke, mmnjsuffers very little in out (AU't>. and or to accept
t a Florida banking corporation, ; bids that in its judfrment will
tion benefits.For Plaintiff the transplanting processandit 1 i be for th best interest! of the C. Williams
-vs- is almost impossible to have i City -if Starke. Florida
Silas Mitchell Brown, I (',,.y roi-NTlL OP THE 142 "'. Calf SI. County Telegraph1Bank !
anything but a green thumbif
also known as S. ),1. I CITY OP STARKK. FLOP.-
the homeowners who are expecting the Homestead benefits HrowL er a;, you transplant a shrub froma IDA. Starke. Fla.
D fl'nd. mnmr.l. 1- TWA11D. -
nUt ---
pot or a can.Regardless 'I
for the first time, are urged to bring your deed by Public notice is hereby given I of the type of I I-"" 3t7: -- .
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that pursuant to and in strict be ----- : :
root system you plant sure hli. --
the Tax Assessor's Office. The requirements for new accordance with tha Final Decree -;'
of Foreclosure entered January to settle these undergroundparts

14th 1963, in the above with a soaking good ::1 .

Homesteaders are: entitled undersigned Court Charles and cause A. Darby.,, the supply of water. -a---. __ .... ....- -...,...>

Clerk of said (Court will trll The planting schedule also

Your deed must have been recorded on or before Jan- the- : following described property I includes roses. When plantedin Financing r Low Overhead I

Commencing' at the North-1 January, rose bushes will
1st. fast Corner of the intersection Rates V fJ Saves
uary ; of the Lawtey and Middleburgr not sprout generally until after C I

Road and Lawtey: \ frost dangers are past.
and Highland Road and run .. :.
Planted earlier, rose sprouts On 63 Cars -- You
You must have been resident and the East on the North side of theLawtey Money
a on '
prop- during periodsof
and Middleburs road I may get nipped ,, "
-.M" ""a"' '
Two Hundred and Thirty- low temperatures. j' ------ 11[" I II
erty as of January 1st. Three (;!33) feet to the pointof I
Water newly-planted roses
beginning. From said point
of beginning run North at>4 at least once 'a week If rain-

HOUSEHOLD ROODS AND PERSONAL EFFECTS Accordingto and parallel Highland with said Road Lawtey Two fall is short and 'be ready to

Section 193.11. Florida Statutes 1911, which provides that Household Goods Hundred ((290):! ) feet, thence I spray or dust to control black Auto Sales

and Personal Effects be assessed; :: there i is a $1000. Exemption on this prop. West Lawtey and and parallel Mddleburs| with Road said I spot disease that shows up as Noegel's

erty as mentioned above. "'e therefore: feel that the fairest and most equitableway fifteen (li, ) feet thente I black spot disease as soon as
South and parallel with said
to assess this is by the scale listed below: Lawtey and Highland; Road I the bushes sprout.

On. Hundred ((100)()) feet, 1 To control this fungus disease -
thence TVest! and parallel with ; black
that shows as .
1 Valuation of Total Valuation Less Taxable said Lawtey and Middleburg
Road Thirty-Nine (39) feet, lesions on rose leaf margins AND. I II
Home of Household Goods
Exemption thence South and parallel try one ounce of Captan along I ,
: with said Lawtey and High I II
p & Personal Effects '
land Road (Now East State with a few drops of a wetting I I I
0000 to 1990 1000 1000 000 St.) One Hundred (100) feet, agent, in.four fallons of water. ;. I
2000 to 2990 1050 1000 50 I thence East along the North
at seven-day
I Apply the spray
side Lawtey ani Middleburg
:3000 to 3990 1100 1000 100 Road Fifty Four (54) feet to intervals when black spot is

J 4000 to 4990 1150 1000 150 I the land point lying of and beginning.being in East Said I I present. Finance Company:

5000 to 5990 1200 1000 200 Lawtey. F lor Ida Section ; GladioliIf 1 1I
Twenty Three (%3). Town-
6000 to 6990 1250 1000 250 for 1
ship Five ((5) South, flange I you want gladioli
7000 to 7990 1300 1000 300 Twenty Two (22) East, together ; Easter cr Mother's Day, plant

8000 to 8990 1350 1000 350 with the and tenementshE'rE'ditatn..nh appurtenances them by the last of January. I II I

9000 to 9990 1400 1000 400 "- in therein Bradford belonging County nituate I Plant groups of corms every WE FINANCE THRU 1958 WITH :

I 10000 to 10990 1450 1000 450 Florida, two weeks from now until

11000 to 11990 1500 1000 500 at public outcry to the highest I warm weather and you'll I I
and brst bidder for cash at the
spread your seasonof
South front door of the County
PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX RETURNS: Every Per- Courthouse Starke.: Bradford the tall-stemmed b ossoms. No Finance Charge" :
County Florida during the legal -, ; Be sure to treat the corms be-
hours of sale, to-wit: 12:00
son, firm or corporation owning or having control, manage I Noon on January 3th, 1963. 1 Tore planting to prevent di- I

This January 16th. 19 $. i I seases. Treat corms by shaking -:
ment or custody of Tangible Personal Property of whatsoever I CHARLES A. DARBY I
As Clerk of Circuit Court of ;, them in a paper bag containing -

character, including trustees, executors, etc., should return CIRCUIT Bradford COURT Coimtr.SEALHOIJJS Florida. I Dooryard Spergon.: citrus growers m V : '
same for taxation to the County Assessor, on or before Attorney 1-1? for Plaintiff I. spiders should inspect purple and trees six-spotted for red $ $ $

the first day of Ann! of each year. The head of a family ('.,LI. FOR HID!* 1 mites and other insects dur-

V who is a legal resident of the State of Florida is entitled to nf br Sealed the the Board City bide of of will 3tarke Bond be,Trustees revived Florida, V Lg t ,cool the dry standby weather.remedy For control is:-L CAN ON YOUR '63 CARS

Constitutional of household lit the" City Clerk' office in DN spray one teaspoon to
a Exemption $1000. on goods
Stiirke. Florida untilIt'I a gallon of -water- The :clerk

and personal effects, when he files a return and claims exemption day Wk nf I'M.F"bruary.D"n Tuesdtur., the 1SS2.! 12th at ; at the garden center may have': V WITH FACTORY WARRANTY

which time and place all bids I a better suggestion. V
receive, will toe publicly opened
1! Sulfur four table-
aed read aloud on the following -
: i spoons per gallon of water,I -I-V
Twelve month supply of fuel will kill rust mites and giv
-All of the above be in the hands of Tax Assessor oil. approximately 140,00 to ,
your l O.MR gallons No. 2 Diesel! you clean bright fruit. However -

Fuel Oil to conform to specifications I if yOu believe' that russet You Can Compare Anywhere!

on or before, April 1st. We urge you to take care of, these eum Institute.of American Fuel\" oil Pftrol-must fruits' are sweeter than clean : i iI ii

tax matters immediately. not have hither sulfer content fruit then delay the spray I
than S<7; by weight. Th> ce-
tane number mu"t he a mini. applications until you are i,
mum of 45. All bid prices sure the fruits have the correct '

THANKS, must Terminal he' based price on plus Jacksonville freight, amount of injury. I No Hi Rent fV No, Floor 'I
V V ,". .. V tellS contract allowance.The Italian rye or other winter
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: : GENE LONG reserves said Board the right of Bond to.acceptor Trustees : temporary grasses planted six To Pay Plan To4" Pa

: reject any or all bids. : weeks or two months ago will .V 4fi4 !
BOARD OF BOND TRUSTEES -' need a little more fertilizer 1- V I ;
TAX ASSESSOR FLORIDA.By. now to keep :growing.. Apply 1CI

: Merrill Edwards \I to 15 pounds of fertilizer pe r

"" .t ,. City CJ@rk i 1,000 square feet of lawn. I -
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I Camp Banding: with General i ii ; 's } Girl/ Wounded IB. Saturday, according to the Two InjuredIn of the top three elisibles are
Use 't
i I Ii McMillan R. H. Mclntire, ,;' r sheriff's department. It could : MAYOR'S COURT then fatawaed: to the Pest
manager of the Starke-Brad- ,! if not be determined :definitely i Office D-pulinent for cO } d- .[
,In Head
} ford: County Chamber of Com- ;;,;6 sr = : ByRifle 'i which of the two small boys WreckTwo I> A lengthy four-nous session 1: eraticn in filling the vacancy.

Discussed meice, and Jerome Johns fired the I
shot which so nar- i
i. The finally selected I
Bullet i, took place in Staike Mayor's: person
I chamber president, the possi-( rowly missed taking the life of men received cuts and
; :Continued from Page One ;, bilities of establishing a national :j their sister, deputies said. lacerations Sunday night i Court Monday night as Mayor i must 'ba nominated by the

cemetery at Camp] A 17-Yt> .old,.Bradford when their: 1954 Chevrolet I 1 Randal Chitty heard 28 cases President and confirmed by
ces [guerilla warfare l troops. Blanding were discussed. Although North the 1 the Senate before the appoint
}' '1 County girl. Lynette Dixon. 'Rotary Club 1 vent out of control on In longest night he has
At a recent meeting atNOTICE 1i the Defense Department I emple Avenue in Starke ran ment is effective; .
of in
i' daughter of O. X3Dixon I spent court since assuming i
: in Washington has not Hears Talk On I
off the road, and hit an elec-
Starke. -
Rt. 2. narrowly escaped : office.
I viewed such\ a project favorably : 3 ,, ti h last n ic pole. ,
death Saturday Mental Illness I II Tilt RIGHT; IVIXT for th*
Congressman Matthews I Gambling charges against
I when shot in the head with a I I According to the Starke Police Ray you rrite. Come in lad
said he .still feels that the --- four men dominated the court
22 caliber rifle. A talk on mental illness and ,: Department: the car. driven i ; select your favorite, ESTER-
matter should be the Gainesville Elks alter Ruler Hendry, Esteemd Ii session with four
TO given
THE PUBLIC 1 ? Leading Knight MpClary: ,, According zo the Bradford its relation to physical illness ;| by James Eritt Bond, 69, i| charges : BROOK Fountain Pea TELEGRAPH. -

utmost consideration.Matthews: Perform Ritual ; County. Sheriff's Department, was given at the Rotary Club of Raiford went out of cone i I each of disorderly conduct by .
Chaplain Heisbe, officers i iI
I IT HAS BEEN CALLED urged GeneralMcMillan Lynette was iniured when her Wednesday bv Rev. Leo He- trol when a tire blew out and gambling and trespassing on
the Gainesville
I lodge and a e
ATTENTION THAT 1 : to use Camp Bland- Pictured above are membersof new member, Paul J. Cumm-< two younger brothers Andy: : bert, pastor of the First Bap- was totally demolished whenit I private property. Three cases I
\ RUMORS: ARE CIRCU ing to train guerilla units the Gainesville and:' David 6.were tist Church. ': I
LATING TO THE EFFECT any Elks Lodge ing. | 5, playing hit the electric pole. Bond I} of failure to have a vehicle 4
that may be organized under who performed the ritual for Preceding the ritual chicken ;;, ( and a passenger Henry Bros- under control and i
i the Florida Guard I'
reorganiz- Starke Elks in bedroom I
i Lodge Monday pump rifle a gained during 25 ;
ky :34. of Starke. going
( were accident also tried.
t ation setup.Simmons. i night in the Elks hall. From supper was prepared byj! adjoining the living room months spent as chaplain in !I it
north near the Service
Kayo t
AND THAT MR. HAMILTON j i There were two cases each ,
}i left: Esteemed Loyal Knight Titus Olson Warren I where the girl and the rest a mental institution: in Louis- ,
Station at the time of the i
TilE DRUGGISTAT I, ac- of driving without a. license. ,
'I Carter inner Guard Crawford, Dr Harry Gruen, and Ben cf the family were watching iana. He said that one out of cident. I !
CANOVA'S IS STILL Trial public intoxication, resisting
: Esquire Linden, Esteemed Lecturing Suslow for the 40 members TV. The rifle discharged accidentally every ten persons in the US.
; IN MY EMPLOY. Both occupants were thrown j: arrest disorderly conduct bj
Knight Freeman, Ex- and guests attending. : the bullet traveling would be treated at some time I:
t :( out of the automobile and j fighting, disorderly conductby
I WISH TO STATE EMPHATICALLY : > through, the bedroom wall. ,,; during: his life for some type j I
Set charges. i ;' ft ere on the ground on the use of profane and indec- CharleyE.
Monday nitting Lynette in the head. of emotional disturbance. Such;
I Starke light side of the when ent and
Robert Raymond Hoover. 22 Police car po- language vagrancy.
HAVE NO CONNECTION |I and traveling on through the disturbances are experienced! .
i of Gainesville, unlawful speedswilful i I : lice arrived at the scene to There was one case each of
for reason -1
who one
WITH CANOVA'S PHARMACY living wall. by persons
room '
: {Continued fnd the car facing west
From Page One] and wanton, sentenced across Johns
AND THAT MR. I to three days in jail. Hoover, Hit Poker Game The shot traveled in a path ',f or another, are incapable''If I the street. disorderly conduct running a !,

HAMILTON, WHO WAS : Acting County Attorney : a University of Florida foot- i j..parallel to the girl's head .,, of facing the stark realities of Bond was charged with failtire :j traffic light, disorderly con- !1;I
FORMERLY EMPLOYEDAS j Ethel Forsyth Bell, selling which is probably what saved I i ilife, the speaker said. ,' i I j duct by threatening bodily !i;
I ball player chased about this
was ati j jI tn harp his vehicle under ] j question:
DRUGGIST AT MIT tax paid whiskey in a dry to the' i >
Mr. Heaert pointed
her life. The bullet entered I i
harm, of court {
high speeds from just south j; Four Bradford County men contempt .
control and acci-
CHELL'S DRUG STORES county, dismissed upon mo-I i her head just back of her ear | 13 suicides in Bradford Coun- i causing an
of Starke to mils :
i a point a I were arrested I j I cent and the is scheduled t j allowing an unauthorized per- i"I don't want to risk
IS NO LONGER CONNECTED : tion of George H. Pierce, Act- on gambling and traveled inside the scalp. i I case } j. sure
south of Waldo before he could I I ty during the past :year as i
WITH ME LV ANY : ing County Attorney. I be stopped His driving rec- charges Saturday afternoon in}f \but outside the skull, and i, 1 1i to come up in Starke Mayor .! son to drive.Postmaster. an accident with my nfw

CAPACITY. Alma Leurck, pleaded guilty I j lord shows that he has been ,,| Starke when police surprised!i '.ame out from her forehead. ||1 modern evidence life of that the are stresses causing of ,: Court next Monday, Jan. 29. car-without collision m-

RESPECTFULLY ', to possession of whiskey i cited or warned for traffic i j them during a poker game In I j'I I 'Lynette was hospitalized Sat- ']!'people to crack under the : !I I Exam ,surance. Can the Charfey
: with intent to sell in a dry 'urday night and released Sunday E. Johns Agency save me
I violations 10 times I a vacant house at 933 North j i'I : strain. He speculated that the i iI
county, possession tax paid I ( in satisfactory condition 30H on Auto Collision
I !\ Thompson 13 suicides here would constitute -
: whiskey in dry county with I| Street. :I ,from the Bradford County.' ,; Asked 1 coverage under the :cafe
examination of :
i An applicants -
OWNER Starke Library \
intent to sell, and sale of tax j i Assistant Police Chief C. K.!| :Hospital.. ,,, perhaps the highest1per for the position of postmaster driver plan'?" :

MITCHELL'S DRUG paid whiskey in a dry county, ''Getting New BooksNew :: Fuqua and officers C. C. and I Lynette's two small brothers : capita rate in the D.S. :1 Those persons whose driv- \1 of Starke: will be held ;, .

STORE sentenced to six months pro. I i: Rudolph Hutchinson were on i iII ( had gotten the rifle fromJ.njer !i The speaker was introduced ;\ er's license expires this month on Feo. 2 at the post office in Charley E. Johns:

f .' bation in each of the three books are beginning to I! me gamblers before they1 I! the bed where it had ,t! by Robert.Barksdale, who had i]i are requested to renew them Gainesville. Around a dozen .

;arrive at the Starke Library,i I II mew what was going on. ]I II j'hen' : left, though the family 1 charge of the program. 1 I j before the January 31 dead i applicants are expected to take I Agency :
_. laving been bought with re- I : I: i line in the county judge's office .
--- -- i the exam for the position
j When 'i"Jd not know it was loaded, !
entry-released funds from I I they saw Fuqua on the': I in the Bradford County PHONE 96 .OJ 21 .
sate aid to libraries. .i I ingot oorc of t. house they !i :according to sherilt's deputies. : Esterhrook Cartridge and'; Courthouse. which pays $6,805 a year.A i:

I [FULL-STRENGTH I i, A set of Encyclopedia Britannica -.11 began frantically to stuff i! The shooting accident occurred -I I Fountain Pens S1.95 $2.95 Office hours are from 8:30'aan. : i' is set list up of after eligible the competitors examina-I:. 131: S. Walnut St. :Sr

I nas just been received money and cards into their: between 8:30: and 8:45: p. S3.95 at The TELEGRAPH. to :5 pm. tion is completed: The names .T

: and a new set of World i pockets and run- !|, ._--- -,.. = ..__.-= -'- _.-- .
: Bcoka and many other new One man got away but four'| ..

: voiumes will arrive soon. A I thersCl'C arrested in the: .
:i: : lew charge-out deok has ve- raid though two had to be i i .

''I'Ii i rently been installed. .hosed through Reno and a. ,

KILLS GERR TOO! I Five hundred children's warning shot fired at them to''

/ books have just arrived from set them to stop. All lour ., ,
4 4j the State Library. These are I ---
I I were sentenced in Mayor's ,.Jc-
i 1 I on a rotating loan and will I Court Monday night, but none

j JLJ i L'' JLU oe replaced by another loanin ; would admit the identity of the that'll have
I \
,i 33o six months. fifth person. Fuqua: said. Evidence 6et a saw'\\ you ravi :

Bleach New chairs and tables are collected at the scene !I j t;

"d DISINFECTANT needed but space is so limited included cards and approxi- .

tney can't be used at the pres- .nately $32 in cash. n ]r_
Loosens dirt, brightens Cleans and disinfects nt location according to :Mrs: I
I Donau Edward:
May, 24, of
whites, sanitizes clothing. sickroom,bathroom,kitchen. SesK Burns librarian.
: AKtey: ; was fined $102,50 and ,1
tf \ L
Hood 33 Bleach cvui'ged with disorderly con-
,Civitan Club
uuct by gambling and trespassing FORODEALERANNUALJ1

i on private piopeity. ,'
and Disinfectant |i Hears Report I ,
t as was Welch Green 29, of \
IOn Scouting I ;,5WdIeourg: who was' fined .
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The S.arke: CIvilan: Club mH I
J i I Two othrr Lawtey: msn: Wille '
iI for its regular session Tufsd-jy Lcc: Carter, 24, and Roy 1/
I rior-iing at the (:old House Richard Ma18.. brother oflona.id
I Ucic Restaurant and< heard delved
I I both: escaped from

':; .into Starke.another the prospect Coy Scout ot e.itablishng troop In- Reno the had back to by be door Officer chafed:of house down Rudolph and in 1 NTER $PEc

scouting I
John Simms. district;
Hutcheson. Both
were charg-
executive! and Bill Shiner I :
GftQOERY & MARKETHalf neighborhood commissioner.'! fi with disorderly conduct by
; mblin;;, trespassing on private -
J \ve-e present at the meeting I property, and resisting HIGH PRICES ARE FOR THE BIRDS JUST LIKE LAST YEAR IT'S COLD UP NORTH AND
:Mile North Of City Limits-U. S. 301 : to explain the problems inolved -,
| anest. Carter was fined

Shiner::.i soiling said: up thai a there new sl I II I $>102 and placed on probation EXTRA TRAINLOADS OF NEW FORD CARS AND TRUCKS ARE ARRIVING DOWN SOUTH !

OPEN 7 DA YS--7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. traop. i for 30 days and Richard
thin '
are more < 00m,
the Bradford: County onga area to|. nay lined, because$75 and of also his youth placed was on !l PRICED AND EQUIPPED AS YOU LIKE IMMEDIATE DELIVERYWHAT'S! ( YOUR PRESENT

make another troop it th '

SUNNYLANI ffl ffl C dub i nooses up:; to make that one eprobation['j i I Police were for 30 called days. to the CAR WORTH IN TRADE ? QUOTH THE RAVEN : "NEVER MORE THAN RIGHT NOW !" )

PICNICS LB. of its projects. ,
i vacant house at 4:15: p.m. Sat-
1 Next Tuesday's meeting: will 1

,be at the Garden Re.3hwmt.instead ,,I urday by Mrs. Louise Johns,
of the Gold House. who lives at 913 North ThompI ,
f FRYERS .. LB. f I Street and Is custodian

i 1 oi the vacant house the men ,
ti: .m sa.
I Starke Collects r This Falcon Futura is
GOOD LEAN ;, \eie in. She told police she

,: saw them enter the house butt 4 of 6 convertibles
ALL MEAT STEW lb. 59c. ,$4,086 InCigarette 1: _. .. one
-- - iat she had no idea what '
I in 3 sizes from Ford!
Taxes Ii t'
i i they were doing. The four told

GOOD ,I j i olicemen they had planned All with service-saving

ALL BEEF HAMBURGER -- lb. 49c Cigarette tax collections in to go to the woods to gamble I II | features, some with

Florida totaled $2.825.17680 i tut rain threatened and they i 1
9 M bucket seats!
FKESII LINK for November! with $775,008.24 i I I went to the vacant house in- : s

I PURE PORK SAUSAGE -- lb. 59c going into the state's general : stead.

fund and the remainder being ,

CORNED BEEF can - 39c I distributed: to qualified municipalities !I SS Benefits !1] . < >

Towns in this area received Total $50,000 i;
NQW'S the tim6 i toeta

I TALL CANS S 00 $106626 payments; Green as follows Cove: Springs Starke.I j|!Per Month Here wagon from'Americas

8 2598.63; Macclenny. $1.818.58 ,- Benefits under the Social ....". ., wagon speciallstl!
: *
; Lake Butler, 924.82 "
MILK.! Keystone Heights, $671.31;; :;, Security iybtem are becoming Choice of 15 wagons

Lawtey. $303.81: Waldo : increasingly important as a in 4 sizes, includingthe
With Food Order, Please $240,70 community resource, with almost -- --- -T. '
; Hampton, $131.70; 63 Ford Galaxie
I $50.000 being paid in iI 4j-
Brooker $100.68.THE
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: Sedan illustrated
I, GA. RED Xo Limit i social security benefits in _
RIGHT; I'OINT for tbr<< :.: Bradford County every month here.
TOMATOES 8 $1.00 I :
cans - '
way you writ:: *. Come in and I I f The annual total would be ape
i: select your favorite ESTER- I I I proximately 600000.
BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-j I According to figures released :

LONG GRAIN RICE 5 Ibs. 59c I P.RAPU i in ', by the Gainesville office,' H:

) i' $49,663 is paid monthly in so-
I I JIM DANDY ,> TIIK flHCl'lT, roiItT 0..1 I I
p C FI.OHIIU R1GJIT1I .111)1 .I cial security benefits. in Brad
1 I I
HAL CIHCriT IV A.\D POll ford representing an increase Save on this husky
I GRITS------5 LBS. nil'111) {'or%Tln I It'IIA'I.R i! of about':21 pr cent over last ; t Ford
). F 4 rh ( ,, pickup Handles
ear's figures. Most of this .M J 'LY"C
AValwr J. Hoffman, Jr., S t.-
CABIN HOME Plaintiff. i money spent immediately for and rides like a car,
I \ Lillian*8 I* Hoffman. Divorce I j i! food, clothing! drugs, and built like the big trucks. .
t Defendant.\OTIOR j|t. other necessities, thus benefiting Extra durability of Ford

To: Lillian! D.. Hoffman. S'025: i|I the community gefnert Trucks keeps -
30th Street. Astoria, Long Isf f t ally. your
REG. SIZE, FAB; - 29c leadew; York. J Social security benefits, on costs down. '
You are herehy' notified that i '
NO. 1WHITE a UInt for divorce lias herturd n i I the national level are now ,pot + ry
Against you, and you are 'i being paid at the. rate of over
, POTATOES 10 Ibs. required to serve a copy of yoqr ]
39c AII1wt or Pleading to th* I i a billion dollars a month: Reasons -

Complaint on the plaintiff's! attnrne i j for the increase there { .
-. George H. Piore, ; : .
PURE LARD 8 Ib. bucket $1.39 North Temple Avenue oj105 -, i i!' are more aged people; benefits

Starl. Florida and file the !Iorlgi"al are now payable at,, age 62;
SOUTHERN Halves-No. 212 Cans Aii$*,4 <*r Pleading in ; and less social security credit 'r A

: PEACHES 4 cans . $1.00 the otflt.I'Court nf on the or Clerk before of the th i!i iCirvuit Is needed to meet the eligibility BE SMART..BUY SMART! P.S. YOUR PRESENT CAR DOES NOT HAVE TO BE PAID FOR !t tt '

r J5th day ot February, 1943. If i irou requirements for benefits. ..
fail to !o do, a Der Pr* i iConfpsso
KANSAS QUEEN wm n* taken: against !i The average old-age benefit i ,
you for the relief; demanded i in I nationally: was VJ4.04.. while in I i
FLOUR 10 lbs. 89c the complaint.
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Done aid ordered' at Starke. I f Florida the average was
Florida! this 17th day of Janu-I 7749.

1 JAY BIRD VIENNAS can lOc ary. A. P. 1961.CH,47tLE3}. A. DARBY f I Persons desiring complete : TER WILLE GAR 'MOTORS.

Cl.>rk Circuit Court Brad j I information about benefitsdue

PICNIC ford C't>UQty. Florida them under the social .
f -
I By Dorothy W. Failing *c : -o
MAYONNAISE 1 .. .. 49c Deputy Clerk I security system may contactthe I
Thomas dPierce district 206 West Madison Street Starke Florid
, office at 411 a, W. ,
Attorney for Plaintiff
1-21 ft !-U 2nd Avenue In Gainesville -
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Coach Erwin Land puts it. !| Coca Cola Beats ;Bantam Cage Play Fishing ContestTo prize.

Varsity Cagers The Tornadoes stuck with ) ,.nn The contest is for black

the Blue Devils last Friday II Lawtey To ExtendWinning cs I To Open FridayThe Open Feb. bass speckled perch bream,
I'r II
until! the fourth period but StreakCoca .' II I 7'd I or shell crackers. The minimum -
I f Ask. .
g, I
Bantam Basketball league The annual North a
Drop Fourth ( scored only five points in that w I' !, weight for black bass is

quarter while Green Cove Cola defeated Lawtey 'r Y w A ,I will open its schedule Fri- Fishing Contest sponsored by 8 pounds; and the minimum

scored 17. The score at the be- 35-31 and Terrell's Gulf 50- x '''U'i ,+ 4 d ,Wl fhar day afternoon with Andrews i the Starke-Bradford County! for perch is 2 pounds; and the
; 41 last week to extend their Drugs playing Register Oil at I
Straight Game ginning of the fourth periodwas ; w Chamber of Commerce, will minimum for bream or shell-
winning streak 40. Dub Lau- o n 3:30, and the Court Shoe Repair ,I
tied at 44all. Chuck y r open Feb. 7 and continue crackers, 14! pounds.
iimore was high scorer for :,, taking on Southern Dis- I
Starke's varsity cagers dropped Moore hit 14 points forStarke's through Labor Day. I I Fish must be caught with
Coca Cola in the first z'
game c \ eve count Co. at 4. At 4:30 Law
high John Williamshad *
both their last weekto W. H. Graham chairman rod and reel
games ; with 12 points, while John I or cane pole on-
will play one of the win-
Green Cove, 61-49, and Pa- 11, Richard Hobbs and ; Bates had 12 for the losers. : tey teams. of the event said that the usual j i ly.

latka, 59149, for their fourth Harold Bishop had eight points Townsend Strickland was Last Thursday was a very ning $300 in prizes will be offered -
Notebooks, Steno
Games scheduled each. Steno
consecutive defeat. each. high with 15 points in the nice day for the Ladies Golf are and that all contestantsmust
They will try to get backon It was almost the same. while Otseen P # Association meeting. Ceceila! Monday and Friday after-I I Ii Ko-rect Type TypewriterPens
second game
the winning aide of the story in Palatka Tuesday night I uad 16 for the losers. ? Terwillegar was hostess for a : noons at the Armory for these i register before catching: Typing: Paper, Erasers,

ledger Friday night when they with the Tornadoes opening up I In other action during the covered dish luncheon, and 13'' boys 12 and under. ': fish in order to qualify for a' Ribbons, The TELEGRAPH.

take on Live Oak in the local an 8-2 lead in the first period.! week the Jaycees dropped two nembers were present for the i

J gym. The Bulldogs will prob- but the quarter ended with the games to Lawtey 39-31 and x ,,4 meeting. While this is abou :

ably be out for revenge however :score tied 113. From that en-ell's Gulf 4739. Bob Reran r 4 the same number we usually I i1G

for the loss handed them !point on the Tornadoe fell : was high for the Jayceesin ; :4 .. have we did have several ,i iaembers
by the Tornadoes in the final slowly farther behxd. Starke both games with 16 and 14 S there who had never i K

game of the Christmas Tourna- only brJit spot :vas: that center points respectively. Bates j: been before. Now we need to'11' i

ment. Saturday night then the John Williams came into _. rrt get our regulars there at the ,

Tornadoes A and B squads will his i own for the first time the\ cored 15 for Lawtey while Os- :I same time. Several ladies''I 20 Words or less, one time ___-_____ .95 Memorials, Resolutions ________ 5c per woitl
teen lead Terrell's Gulf with ,
t, y in the morning! 1.00 Cards of Thanks, to 50 words ____ %.M
travel to Lake City to take on sea.so.d talked 24 point "4. played golf If not paid in up --

the rough Tigers. He received ktUs assistance Tonight at 7:15: Lawtey ;I i. ... and cards after the meeting. '! Keyed or Blind Ads ________ 1.00 Oter 50 words ______ .."...__ :5c per wortf

"We've been playing good from his; teammates; however.):I; plays Terrell's Gulf and at : p Jean and I played a few holes ; Each additional word ores %0 .____ (05) Display adin Classified! ______ 1.50 per lw*+

team ball, but not quite good'''and the next highest was i 8-30: Coca Cola takes on the % ,. after the meeting. We sure :,

I enough to win," is the way 1 Chuck Moore with nine puiPts I winless Jaycees. f' ho ,n 1 1 4 aren't in shape. Both of us INSURANCE NOW F.II.L ti'.A. HOMES
: 6, r were worn out. 'i i AT REDUCED RATES I NEW IES-DlUCK
--- '
--- -- fi AUTO FIRE BOAT VA-$50 Down
beautiful !
Saturday a

Shop City Fish And Meat 1 Market For t day for golf was and a lucky one'' INSURANCE DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY I,'111 DESIGNED F1IA 3 FOR% Down;MODERN

for a visitor from Hollywood Phone 964-4501 i LIVINGLA

i i Florida. He [we don't know I]. tfrhg:
his name] played with students > Read The Classifieds!
Insurance Problems? I HEARD) PH. 964-8611
from U of F and while i
Inquire at 301 E. Call St
Call The Man From ,
it was his first time to play 1 I ,
golf he made a hole in one on :, "TRAVELERS"George 1 REGISTER NOW for adult

number four. One was a man'' E. LaRue, CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL i evening! classes. Mail your

L -a. ;. from Jacksonville and the | Keystone Heights Agt. For AT THE TELEGRAPH! course selections to L H. Gibson
Drawer 100. Starke. $2.00
other was a 15 year old boy "Tra\elers Ins. Companies OFFICE FOR A FREE
.I I j fee per course. Negro adults
f y from Gainesville. Seems a Tel. 473-4692 Day, II I I contact Prof. Thompkins. R.Ji .
.tt shame no one from our own J 473-4325 Nites. i E. School tfchsI

f club has enjoyed this fame. I Auto Fire Home Business THEATRE.FOR I 1------- '
Tornado V R
center Johns Williams, number 13, goes fort i I
up I Monthly Plan
The tile is now finished in- I Payment Ferguson phone 9645571.
o point using hK favorite jump shot from the key Which i I
the new club; building. With !I I SALE '' 4t chg_ 2-14
familiar to local fains. i
cage of the club I Iiouse tfchg.
the completion
By OwnerIn FOR SALE14 ft. plywood
I ; the ladies hope to have !I fishing boat and Murray Trail
I FOR SALE2 br. concrete
4! Williams Leads Team ScoringAt their next meeting in big and II I| block home walking dis- [ Pinehurst Subdivision i er. Phone 964-8834. 2tchg 1-24
s Concrete Block Home 3
I beautiful surroundings. Members \ tance of shopping area and NEW AND USED-Chain saws _
will be notified by card I churches. Furnished or un- Bedrooms & Florida Room,I $50.00 up. Repairs all makes.

Palatla With 24 Points where to meet and if they furnished. Quiet large"lot, 19 Carport & Utility Lawn mowers sales and ser-

I way invite guests. trees. Call 969-2845. tfchg F. H. A. Room.j I vice. Your McCulloch Dealer

I -Carolyn E. Eaves. I I. FOR SALE-Reasonable priced I Florida .w Co. 19th Driv:
Small Down Payment.
I used Televisions. Refrig- I !4. East. Gainesville. Ga 6-
KEEP CHUCK Bradford High School's tall- get a chance to see if he. has I erators, Washers. Excellent Phone 964-3544 3411. tfchg
LB. est basketballer! 6' 4" center when the Tornadoes meet Live SidewindersStay Condition. 717 W. -- -- -
ROAST C Bullington Appliances Cypress Street I FOR SALE: 4" Deming Sub
i John Williams, finally came Oak here Friday night. On Top OfBovling tfchg Starke Fla. mersible Pump. Complete with

into his own against Palatka John has played basketballfor FOR SALE electric cable and control box.

CHUCK .. Tuesday night when he dumped 'II four years since he was: Blanding Ready mix concrete concrete -BEWARE of buying any en- Excellent 533-2591. condition. $195.tfcUg Ph.

; 24 points through the in the seventh grade. This sand .
hoop. block fence -
\, piers posts cyclopedia before you see -- --- -- -- -
STEAK - LB. ; Williams' effort was outstanding will be his second year to earna I The Sidewinders remained I cement mortar mix rock steel, WORLD BOOK. Call or write I FOR RENT: Bedroom traIler. -

I varsity-he was one. of two \ MI first place in the Blanding M. A. PAYNE local Also trailer lots for rent
; even though the Tornadoes i oyster shell, limer,ck, and roof your rep Westmoreland Trailer Park.

ALL MEAT I lost the ballgame. His sophomores to earn one last II Bowling League after taking gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg resentative since 1956, Box 603 nhonp 9fi9-21H. tf "o.
LB.BRISKET or RIB LB. 24 points were an individual II year. The other is Herb Nel- hree points from the Titans Bradford Engineering Co. phone 9643794. tfchg I

son who is also playing on this Jast Thursday night at Starke I :Electra-Tronics Inc.
high for one game and also : TRAILER: MART YOUR OLD WATCH will ,
; year's varsity rage sq\l\ d. Lanes. George Winkler was 1 make the down payment on a I Sales, Serv-
the most points any Tornado Representing 8 Manufacturers I Industrial Division
I[ "John is doing a creditable high for the Sidewinders with : beautiful new Bulova atDahmers '
low down
$385.00 Generators
59C STEW 39tI has scored in a game."I as as Discount House. ice, Repairs on Motors.
was just hitting better i i job at center," says Coacn t I a 189. High game for the Titans 'i 1 i on New 55 x 10 wide. We trade tfchg 'I Switching and Controls -

than usual." was the way John I Land "He finally came I was a 169 by Bob Drake. for anything 7 years financing -, I Welders and Tools, Powe!'

I through Tuesday against Pa- I In the other games, the Polaris ,, with low payments. HYWYNo. FOR RENT Furnished Apartments Conversion, Transformers
explains the sudden outburstof I 17. East Palatka dial 328- 1 & 2 bedrooms,
!latka as w;'re expected him I and Nike teams split service and Repairs to All
we pay lights and water. Contact
1050 -
baskets. Coach Erwin Land or 325-2048. tfchg.
FRESH to do all se son." j four points with Clifton Grif- 431 Center St. or Bulling Ilwivy Industrial Electrical
S has been waiting all season 'I The tall -center "has scored 1m high for Polaris with a FOR SALE Simmons place ton Appliances. Phone Day Equipment

.; for the tall center to come a total of 15 points: throughthe 177, and Sidney Jackson high Priced 715 South for quick Westmoreland sale. Owner St. 964-6551, Night 9647191.tf chg 1939 N. E. 27th Avo G'ville

j G o into his own in the scoring I first 13 games this' season for Nike with 140. I leaving town. For informationI -- PHONE 372-1280
l LOS.FRESH column and Bradford fans will the most of any Tornado. The Vikings took 2Jfc points contact Williams Jewelers. \ tfchg
from the Falcons with Townsend : -
I tfchg. 119 S. THOMPSON: ST.

D & W Auto Takes had high series ,for Carp's Strickland high for the i! FOR RENT -Furnished and PHONE 964-415S WOULD LIKE to find good
I with; 558.Forsyth. winners with a 184. Warren : unfurnished apartments. Also home for 3 nice puppies J.
+ Four Games In I NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022 M. Edwards, Phone 964-2521.
Falcons unfurnished 2 3 bedroom
l Plumbing took four Eblmg was high for the [ or
I houses. Reasonable rent. W. H. DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe tfchg
with 180. i --- -
Twilight Bowling games from Long Bridge led a i MnllmanStarkp tfchsr Wire Flowers Anywhere Peter Johnson
Won I
.i by Bill Forsyte's high series Team Standings -"
D & W Auto Supply took of 375. Henry Cross bad,high Sidewinders . 21 11 I Income Tax Service tfchz WE DON'T

four games from Williams I. series; of 469 for Long Bridge. Falcons . . IS'/i 13% I I INCOME TAX SERVICE Sell you we help you buy.

Jewelry in the Ladies Twi !I Standings Won Lost Titans . . 17 15 Charles E. Hutcheson ; Good selection of new and
light League this week. S. S. Noegel. . 27 13Carp's Polaris . . 15 17 I Mon. Fri. After 5 P. M. SHORT AND LONG FORM used 8' and 10' wide Mobile -

Joyce Ward had high series . . 24 16 I Vikings . . 13lis 181k i All Day Saturday BUSINESS AND FARMSCHEDULES Homes-

ROOSTERS for D & W of 477, while D & W ... . 24 16 Nike . . . 11 21 CALL 964-1195 LAKE GENEVA

Alice :Murray led for Williams Register. Oil. . 24 16 !Mrs.\ Clarence F. Rhoden TRAILER PARK
HENS } I with a series of 438. Pyrofax . .-21 19Buff's B-Squad Drops Pratt St., Starke Daily 9 AJI. 9 PJJL I; 1 mi. SE of Keystone Hts.
wt = Chged 4-12 Phone on Route 100
Ruth Resch converted the 5- Garage. 20 .20
More Games
6 TO 8 LBS. Two tfch
3 TO 4 LBS. 6-10 split and Joan Epps con- M & R Motors..19 ''21' A WATKINS ROUTE in this I. 1126 N. Thompson I II I

verted the 3-10 split. Forsyth Plumbing 18 22 Bradford High School's junior ,j area is open for semiretiredman I I SINGER Slant Needle Sewing

ROASTING Gateway Chevrolet took Simpson TaxI. 14 ,26 varsity could not get their, or lady. Many semi-re WANTED Patio, Block, :: Machines 3 F three available

1SC LB. 1SC LD I three games from Wells Electric Long Bridge. . 9 31 school a ballgame] as well as! tired people are earning $50-00 Brick, Carpentry repairs. Additions ]I[ Makes buttonholes. sews on
odd jobs and
to $100.00 per week dependingon painting. :. buttons over pins decorative
and is tied with
now lost
the varsity as they ajsqueaker time devoted to the busi 15 years experience. Rt. 2 Box stitches. Slightly used. Monthly
Triest Construction for the Terwillegar Hikes I to Green Cove 35-34,1 j' ness. Maybe you can qualify. 52, Starke Fla. 4tp 2-7 : terms arranged. Bal. $79

league lead. Neoma Nelson and then lost to Palatka 51-34. For personal interview in your FOR SALECottage located '; Write Credit Manager, Atlas

SMOKED had high three games for Lead In Men's Green Cove led the Torna- area, write J. H. McGarity. on Crystal Lake, 3 bedrooms, I Sewing Centers 612 Laura

LB. Gateway with 457. Julia Wells does all the way until the Williston. Florida 3 tchg 1-31 kitchen, living room, carpeted I St.. Jacksonville, Fla. Will deliver

FRYERS had high series of 395 for Bowling League fourth period when the locals FOR SALE Several small wall to wall car port, rm for I __ ___Up

Wells Electric. She also converted found themselves in a tight I homes in Starke. P.O. Box washing. Newly painted last' NEED SEWING for SPRING?
c B !i In the Tuesday night Men's Tornadoes 676. Phone summer. Modern, well, very Men's Shirts- Ladies Clothes
Hi the 6-7-10 split. went 964.7111.2tchg
Commercial League, Terwille- game. left f-24 I reasonable. Wm. Waite, 640 I, Formal'' or No. Children
Murrhee Insurance tied two ahead with a half minute )] Beech Rd. West Palm Beach, .
i! gar Motors bowlers strength- I FOR RENT Adults>> only. Clothes Drapes and Cur-
games each with Tnest Con- to play 34-33 on a free throw Fla. 3tchg 1-31
\\\ THE PIECE 'j ened their league lead by tak. First class apartment. Living ; tains. Mrs. Ronnie Griffis,
(NOT SLICED) struction. Betty Sprow had I ing four points from ,Food by Jeff Warren, but Green. room, bedroom, bath and kit 1,. B. Alvarez i phone State Prison, 128-W.

high three games for Triest.)I Fair. Cove came back to sink a field' chenette. No pets please. 128 WORK WANTED -Capable, I --- ltchg. .

with 535, and high game: for'i goal to take the game 3534.;, N. Church St. 2tp l-3i experienced strong depend i LOST- Pair of Prescription
Draw Tite took four
points ,
LB.! icSAUSAGE the night, 215. David Dyal scored 9 for I able gardener farm worker':; Black Horn Rim Glasses,
I from Starke Telephone Co., Starke high Gene Pass six, -care taker. Nursery and ':, Sunday, Jan. 13. Reward Cali
Georgia Wolfe was high for and Community Band did the Jeff Warren seven ;Mike Sis- I dairy experience. Sober, steady ; Bill SotO 964-3182._ _Itchg

r Murrhee with a 465. She also same to Noegel's Auto Sales. trunk, six, and Donald Falcon,w worker. Single age 45. Phone II FOR RENT 2 Bedroom

converted tile 4-10 split. Starke Motor Parts beat four. I ,5332381. Itchg I, house with all conveniences.

Standings Won Lost, Starke Utility team b ya 3-1: After holding Palatka to a i KARMA LIQUORS FOR SALE-Two deep freez Available 1st of month. See
Gateway Chevrolet 17 7 j 12 ft. and 17 ft. Farr's William Silcox, 1 mile east oT
$ ers.
SMOKED I score, while Gem Jewelry welcomed five point lead during the! BAR LOUNGE
: Triest Const.. . 17 7 fell: Bargain Center 1% miles S. Starke on Hi way 16.__ _Itp.
Wells Electric. . 14 10 I a new sponsor, Russ's, first half, the Tornadoes ![Thursday, Jan. 31, 2 P. M.J4 on VS. 301. Itchg j WANTED Bookkeeping ac-
: behind in the third and fourth
D & W . . .12 12 by giving them the same ML West Macclenny, Fla. POUND Walker hound. Owner counts. Reasonable rates.
Williams Jewelry. .6 18 treatment. Tom's Shell. and periods to lose the game. Hw'y 90 half way between may have by paying ad I JohnIe Hansen, P. O. Box 307.

Murrhee Ins.. . 6 18 O'Connor Real Estate' split Mickey Dansby had nine pointsfor : Jacksonville & Lake City, cost. Robert Dobbs, 8% miles Starke, Fla. phone 468-1766,

SAUSAGE MEAT - even.Current Starke five., Warren eight and!, Fla (Baker County) Fully i. West Hwy. 100. Starke. ltp_ I Waldo for appointment.2tchg' 1-31
standings after
i equipped Air Condition'throughout I
Oil "
LBS.FKESH Register Tuesday night's session: Restaurant condition. A beauty to behold. I LOOKING FOR A BARGAIN i

Takes 3 GamesIn Won Lost Jr. Hi Cagers See it, play it. Farr's Bargain I 1 acre with fair house, elec.
!seats 150 people. Ideal for Center. 1% miles S. on U.S. I well, bath. S3.500 good terms. Ii
., Mixed LeagueRegister I Terwillegar Motors 27 9 Seek 2nd Win private club. All modern 301. Itchg i STROUT REALTY. US 301 S-
Starke Mtr Parts 24 12Tom's
I '''includes Real Estate. Apjprox. FOR RENT Furnished 1 I Starke. Fla. Phone 468-1766
BOLOGNA Shell . 23 13Noegel's
- - Oil Co. took three I Bradford High's junior high I 1300 ft. Hw'y 90 ftgr.'Lovely bedroom cottage tiled bath Waldo. ltchg
& Motors Auto. 22 14 basketballers will seek then', large kitchen and living room. \ SALE-Fairbank-iiO ;
games from M R home ((7-COP) liq-, FOR
O'Connor . 22 14 Private drive Adults. 614 !
in the Sundown Mixed League second win of the season this I license be moved way. shallow well pump in very
nor can I
-- Community Bank 22 14 Lake St. Mrs. A. F. Sauls, with small
FRESH this week James Norman had afternoon at 5 p. m. in the I. 'good condition
. anywhere in Baker County. 9645744. ltchg
Draw Tite : 19 17 phone M500 Cash. Call 468-
OR FRESH OR LARD! high three-game series for I local gym where they have a'I tank,
Starke 14 22 jiEasy Terms: 20% Down ItchgEXCHANGE
Telephone Heights; FOR SALE -Five piece Bed- 1766, Waldo, Fla. ,
Register with 473. C. C. Hut- date with the Keystone _
SMOKEDPICNICS SUGAR CURED BACK I Gem Jewelry 13 23 'I'at Auction. room Group Bookcase bed,, Starke suburban (
cheson was high series for M junior varsity. !
Fool FaIr . 11 25 GRISSOM-KEMP double dresser, chest 9000. lots for 3 bedroom -
& R with 360. i I Coach Frank Reeves' eager building
HAMS BOE 3 LB. JAR Simpson Taxi took three I Starke Utility. 10 28 will also see action this Frida II AUCTION CO. Recliners.real bargains rockers in new and and warty used I house trailer. Delivered.

Russ's .j ... ..9. ,27 337 N. Ferncreek, OrlandoPhone I : I Phone 9647454. 2tchg 1-31
games from Buff's Garage. !, when they travel to Green Cov M Mj furniture. Farr's Bargain Cen JI

Lloyd [Bones] Mahoney had -.- to take on the Blue Devil junior .j 424-0954 ter, 1% miles S. on US. 301. I HASTINGS MATTRESS

LB. LB. I LB. high three-game series of 557 'Science FairSetNext t high team at 4:30 p. m.; "Fla's Most Economical itch UPHOLSTERY WORKS
33C 49C 49C 39C : Auctioneers. i&
for Simpson, and high gameof j The Tornadoes have won on<; C. L. Tolford 710 Lemon St. Palatka
.221 for the night. Vernon Week game this season while losing I
Are you ratteling around in i Repaired,
z had series for I "four, but two of the losses ( i Furniture_ ,
Buff high I II FOR RENT .1 bedroom furnished big house you no longer need! ,
Buffs"Garage with 435. I Bradford High School's third came at the hands of rival B- upstairs apartment.Living i Would you consider a 2 B. R. I I Upholstered & Kefmisnei

OPEN 6 A. M.TO D & W Auto Supply took I annual Science Fair is sched- squad team's and not their junior room, dinette and kitchen as down payment & receive '! MATTRESSES REBUILT I

three games from Pyrofai I uled next Thursday and Fri. high, school peers. bath. Utilities: furnished. good monthly payments on the New Innexsprings

Gas. Harold Davis had high i day. January 31 and February I Phone 9642901. Itchg balance? U so, contact Strout and Box Springs
7 : 1, according to*Director Richard j DRESS SALE Realty, Starke, Fla. US. 301 I
series of 538 for D &;; W. while I I 468-1766 Waldo. Drop Us A Card or Call
H Frank Jarvis was high series H...Jackel.I W. C. T. U. Values to $14.95 now only South, Ph. Itcbg PALATKA EA 5-9168

DAYS WE STOCK A COMPUTE LINE GROCERIES-( for Pyrofax with 533. I The fair'.wilibe; lield.in the I I $1.98.$2.98. Ladies Other bargains.and Girl's shoes Mary STARKE 964-5934

QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED 10 P. M. S. S. Noegel took three games BHS auditorium this year the "The liquor seller is the only Carter Paints, 321 North TemPle FOR SALE Full size Point Hot i1iRS..PEGGY SHALLER] ,

1 A WEEK from Carp's with Rudolph. junior division in the lobby i business man who is asham- Ave. 2tchg 1-31 Point electric Mrs.range.Wallace Hot So- 13tu! 607 Brownlee Phone 969-1095 Hutcheson high series of 451 : and the senior division 'on of his best customer." refrigerator.
Carl Roberts lano, phone 964-1862. Itp
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-1-_____*_ I---- .- ._ .A'_ _....4.1_.. also be eligible to claim a Madison last Sunday. Bobble Jane Plaintiff.Jones at,., 1943.CHARLES A. DARBY

i federal tax refund and the Mr. and Mrs. Floyd have as vs. Case No. 13193 Clerk of the Circuit Court

ce f Farmer's DiaryBy two of these amount to 8c per their guest his aunt, Mrs..' L. Edward Defendant.Walter Jones, By anet Deputy}(. Carter Clerk

gallon. You must have your A. Howard, of Macclenny. NOTICE TO APPEAR 1-10 4t 1-SO
Sam McGarvey. permit book before you purchase Mr. and Mrs. Howard Register To Edward Walter Jones, .
whose residence and address is:
( Unwept, Unhonored, And Unsung gasoline and claim a and children of Lake UNKNOWN Good
refund with the state program. City visited her parents, Mr. You are hereby notified thata
and died of hearibreakS and Earl last suit for Divorce has been filed
Feed Grain Mrs. Dobbs.
Finis was written to the checkered take steps to enforce the necessary I S 5 ProgramOur against you in the above named WorkmanshipAnd
It is imperative that park ASCS Office Manager, Sunday.Mr. Court and cause and you are
of Starke's parking meters when penalties.
i Not so with the cow, for in- Mildred reminds and Mrs. Gerald Grif- required to serve a copy of your
the City Council, in answer to pleas ing spaces in the business district be stance. We killed a steer at Sapp, our answer or pleading to the complaint Quality MaterialsWill
fis, and Miss Beth Dobbs
corn that the 1963 Attor-
growers on the Plaintiff's
, Starke merchants voted left for the use of shoppers. If
by Tuesday open our place and Joy, who had program will get underwayFeb. were visitors in Gainesville ney Green A Green, Starke
night to them permanently as voluntary compliance is not forthcoming been of the original in
remove a daily companion 1. The period for mak- last Friday.Mr. Florida and file the
merchants and their employees I. office of the Clerk of the Pay You
from for the
soon as practicable.The steer a long time watchedthe ing your requests to participate and Mrs. Tommy Ben- Circuit Court on or before the
meters have been covered fora then sterner measures will haveto butchering, then wandered in this program will nett of Jacksonville visited 4th day of February. 196S; DividendsCourt

trial period of three months, during be adopted. I off in the pasture and pro- continue through March 22. relatives here last weekend. otherwise said Complaint the will allegations be taken !aa of

which time the parking pattern was observed Everyone recognizes that merchants, Another warm spell duringthe ceded to. graze as if nothing A big meeting will be held in Sunday dinner guests of confessed bv you. Shoe Repair

closed by city officials and oth- in our smaller towns are faced with increasingly week. and berry fields had happened.S 5 Gainesville this Friday to give Mrs. Lydia Johns included one This each notice week UDall for bo four published consecutive 126 No. Court St.

er interested persons. It was the con- keen competition from plush showed patches of white our people who are responsiblefor Mrs. Carrie Bell Faulknerand weeks In the BRADFORD Starke, FloridaAiiu
bloom buds swelled on fruit And it goes without saying COUNTY TELEGRAPH.Dated
census that the meters are no longer new shopping centers in nearby cities administering the program Bro. Bud Faulkner of this 5th day of Janu- .
needed for regulatory and that are now only 20 or 30 minutes trees and ornamentals. and that the mule doesn't care for all the program changes for Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.
and there was bloom on our man or beast,and most of the William Johns of Alachua
These shopping centers in addition ,
hence have outlived their usefulness. away. '
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Japanese quince. And it has time can 'even stand himself. -
All our farmers who participated and Mrs. T. J. Forsyth of the
Observers report that in all but a to many other attractions, offer us concerned for we are afraid Our old mule Tom. for example in the program last State Farm. FOR:

few instances merchants and their em- acres of free parking space-so why that history will repeat itself wa n't bothered by year, or who had indicatedany Mr. and Mrs. linzy Thorn I I TERMITES

ployees have cooperated 100 per cent should anyone but the most loyal shopper as it did in the Big Freeze, thinking. When caught raiding interest in the program, ton of Lakeland and Mr. and ANNUALLY

in keeping their cars out of the metered pay hard-earned coin of the realm and a second blast of icy air I the chicken house he'd will receive some definite information Mrs. Howard Lang and child

spaces in the business district, leaving for the privilege of shopping with our will kill things that were only' run off and raise sand, biting in the next few ren of Jacksonville were Sun- COST

them open for the convenience of shop- local merchants? damaged in the Decembercold I the cows and hogs to show hedidn't days. If you do not receive a day afternoon guests of Mrs. U.S. HOMEOWNERS

pers. Even the few violators, after a If parking meters were needed for wave.. S give a hang for any- letter and you are interestedin Nancy Thornton. The Langs I

polite reminder, have abided by the regulation, we would be the last to ad- body. the corn program, be sure leave this week for Scotland.

mutual agreement to park their cars vocate taking them out. We believe, Polled The 10th annual sale of to come in and talk to us between Mr. Lang is in the Navy. I FIFTY

out of the metered district, it was said. however, that the experience of the Herefords at was held WITH YOUR February 1, and March Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Crews
Saturday the Santa Fe River MILLION
and of \
three months has shown 22. son Jacksonville visited I
When the meters are removed en- past clearly Ranch and 50 of the fin- her
parents Mr.
and Mrs.
tirely, there is no reason to think that that they are definitely not needed for, est cattle produced in this section COUNTY AGENT __a a._ .....__._ Orin Reddish. and her aunt, .' DOLLARS!

this cooperation on the part of mer- this purpose, and we think the City were auctioned off. W. Mrs. Mary Mott, last Tuesday.

chants and their employees will not Council acted wisely in tolling the F. [Crip Snead, ranch man- RA1FORD Emory Johns and his aunt Florida Pest Control

continue-but if the parking privilegeis death knell of the unlamented "nickel- ager, invites all cattlemen of Mrs. Lydia Johns, were in Al .'
abused then the city will have to nabbers" Tuesday night. this area to visit the ranch at achua
----4_..........__ visiting Mr.
any time to see the SFRR op Johns' mother Mrs. Julia

eration. IL' Bro. Paul Meigs of Jackson- Johns, who is just out of the Phone'
I Senior/ Citizens Housing ActIn S k ? viUe filled the pulpit at the: Starke hospital. nil
The Gremlins which tear I
up 1&IIv- First Baptist last Sunday.I Billy Tompkins of Leesburgand Jlk
equipment at homes out in Mr. and Mrs. Walter Witheyof 96439654
view of the distressing instances ble and sanitary housing without the the % Giles Tompkins and 1
recently reported of elderly couples danger of to sharpies out country are busy at our 1 High Springs, and Mr. and Frank Deloach of Jacksonville # ,-'- -
falling prey -u ''
place, and as usual they pick "T"
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:. _ ., Mrs. Harvey Lenox and daughter were Saturday afternoon ---, -- -
threatened with loss of their homes to gyp them of their property.The ed Sunday night to work mis-
of Jacksonville visited guests of the E. W. Tomp
through mortgage foreclosures l broughtby will chief. wait until j : i
new provision provide senior They usually their parents Mr. and Mrs. L. kins family.
unscrupulous home repair concerns, citizens with three special advantages all stores and repair placesare ; I B. Wade last Sunday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Perry

it is encouraging to know that financialaid not formerly available. First, theycan closed and then knock Cecil Addison Jr. of and son of Melrose were

is becoming available to them from buy previously occupied existing; out the pump or switch box. Cross City visited her parents Tuesday guests of Mr. and KEEPS OUT COLD fIlATfl* PO*?
deep freeze or something else. ,
more reliable sources.D. housing as well as build or improve Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rosier. Mrs. Bill BrOwning.: '

E. Alleger, University of Florida their homes. Second, they can financethe e S SIn last week. Mrs. Julia Johns of S&rfce H.flS.REAT! )i-\ ItfI1

Agricultural Experiment Station econ- cost of the building site, as wellas this case, it was our heat G. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bloods- is visiting her sister, Mrs.! Ly- 4P' '
It began to sound likea By T. Hoggins Sa Ig 40oo
omist, points out that the recent sign- the dwelling with the loan proceeds. pump. worth had as Sunday guests dia Johns, this week. -
ing of the Senior Citizens Housing Act The third advantage is that cosignersmay cement mixer, and on investigation her sister Mrs. Thelma Bran- Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Willis .-ci.R

by President Kennedy makes it possIble be used by elderly applicants who Sam found that Fair Board Met nen, and Mrs. Mildred Wardof and little daughter of SantaFe
the Gremlins had been chewing -
for rural dwellers 62 of Last Monday night In the visited Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
years age are deficient in repayment ability.Mr. Lake City.
at fan belt and
away a Courthouse with 15 persons Wade last _Sundav.____ .
and to obtain loans from the U. S.
over Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Banks "
: H. R. Ellis, a representative of had about eaten it up. Fortunately present. This was one of the
Department of Agriculture's Farmers the Gainesville office of the Farmers a service station was best two-hour discussions we and little son, Edwin Jr., spent The CALL FOR BIDS )uSt Cut
Home Administration. I week with her Board of County Commis- -
last parents
Home Administration, is in Starke on open, and a new fan belt corrected have ever had with this group. sioners of Bradford County; .
According to this act, a direct loan the first Friday of each month and the trouble. The Grem- If we will follow the leadership Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kaufman. Florida at' will receive sealed bids

can now be obtained at four per cent may be contacted at the County lins' timing was off a little bit of Fair Association Pres- of Kingsley Lake. of 10:00 February: o'clock 5, on 1963 tha, morning in tto L1WI1MYVGENWNE

interest and may be paid back overa Agent's office. Although residents of on this deal; if they had wait- ident, Bob Mclntire, we will Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Griffls courtroom for In the courthouse.
period of 33 years. Mr. Alleger also Starke are not eligible for these loans ed a few more hours we'd have one of the best 1963 and Mrs. Mary Freeman visit- 'on county employees.Compensation- ,

points out that an elderly applicant, -since Starke is over 2,500 population have been without heat that Pairs Bradford County has ed the latter's son John Freeman to The Board reserves 'the right .FLEX4OLASS.-.

who does not have enough income to -the residents of the county's oth- nfeht.! .. ever experienced.The tentative in the Bradford County reject CHARLES any and A.all DARBY bids.

repay a rural housing loan, may now Brooker and S S date in set for October 30. Hospital last Sunday. Clerk
be able to qualify if a relative or some- er Hampton-are towns-Lawtey eligible, aswell as, those Alice enjoyed a visit at the This date will depend on securing Sunday dinner guests Of 1-1(OFFICIAL 4Li SEAL-u ) I .1 STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES

one else with adequate repayment 'farms and smaller, settlements. Antique' Straw this week. She 'some good "rides, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Browningwere : ;
ability cosigns the note. I has a number of interesting shows for the mid-way. A proposal Mr .and Mrs. Alton IN CIRCUIT TO COURT DEFEND BRAD-;J 215 E. WASHINGTON ST.IMPORTANT .
The Senior Citizens Housing Act I family 'heirlooms, including was made to contact all Browning and daughter of FORD COUNTY, FLORIDA I
The of this is
importance act
new appears to fill a definite need in aiding : some cups without handles. elementary school PTA groups i Jacksonville. and David IN CHANCERY.
emphasized by the fact that by 1980
elderly in rural in the 'ni(rest of combiningthe Browning of Palatka. I .
than 10 million persons areas to finance Now of course every family I
more persons over age
the repair purchase has some like 'that; the difference school Halloween Carniva Sunday guests of Mr. and
62 will be living in rural areas. This or con-
is that these were with the Fair. Arch Thomas Mrs. Julian Dobbs were Mr.
new legislation will enable many of struction of a home at low interest rntea ,
: chairman ,
made that way. Jr. was pp and Mrs. Warren Downingand
them to live with dignity in comforta- rates. I
S S I of a committee to make thesE children of Live Oak.

Alice's new rose garden 1!E contacts. John Simpson: whc Mrs. Marion Sapp of Lake

busting out all over in this i sold till the program adver-. Butler was the weekend guestof

I Should Become Annual Event warm weather. She's particu- Using 'tost year, will head up: Mrs. Bessie Sapp.

larly excited about a Peace the same activity for, ,this. nex)'I I Mr. and Mrs. Drew Sweat NATIONAL ADVERTISER

Anyone who spent an enjoyablehour with a museum, or at least some public rose which is growing fast. Fair and he proposed to start and daughter attended a family -

browsing through the antiques place where such articles could be S I SThere's selling advertising right away. reunion at the home of

displayed here last weekend will agree placed on permanent display, not only a lot of controlled The entire board of directors their uncle and aunt. Mr. and

that a fine start was made by the PTA for our own citizens, but also for visit- burning off of fields and 'I' for the Fair is enthused over Mrs. J. E. Cottingham. in
it is The
sponsors and will hope that the an- ors who would be induced to stop hereif woods now and every day you the 1962 program and of all the I I SELECTS TELEGRAPH
smoke of such fires some- the
tique show becomes an annual event.It something of this nature were of- see where on the Horizon. There's people that keeps this enthu- Jf More to 1

was surprising that on such short fered.It nothing wrong in controlled sias mat a high level.We want SEEin'631

notice, and with comparatively little is surprising how much of the burning and in fact the Forest 13,000 people in Bradford \ as one of 17 out of 142

preparation, such a creditable show of lore of early Starke and Bradford I Service approves of it, and County to begin looking for Kj'f

articles out of our hallowed past couldbe County is still available, but every will assist landowners. ward to the Fair this ,ear. t Florida markets to carry

assembled. The enthusiasm with passing year takes its toll, and makes S S S Pecan Meeting Coming Hood Starch Campaign:
which residents of Starke, as well as these articles harder and harder to More industry for Brooker It is interesting to,bear a FLORIDASTATE

some from our neighboring communities locate. An old-timer dies, a family : Zedra Hamilton tells number of people ask about

loaned their prized possessions to house burns--and us that a paint factory is our proposed meeting for the
moves away, or a
be exhibited clearly showed the latent some treasures of the past are lost scheduled to start operationsthere pecan production program. As AND TELLS WHY
interest that exists in such things and forever. and that should help to I we have said before, pecans in

gave promise of even larger shows in balance the economy of that, our community is a continuous .
The PTA's antique show has madeus section. crop. The trees are there I
the future. here more conscious of our colorful past S S 5 and, It..1s'our'responsibility to iA1LI The Telegraph is proud to have been selected as one of 17 non-metro-
Such a display as was seen
and we hope that now a start has been give them good productive politan newspapers in Florida to carry an 33-week advertising schedule
last weekend renews an old hope, long Read this week that the dogis for Hood Bleach. We
are particularly proud of the letter
cherished that day Starke and made, it will become an annual event, that practices.We accompanying
some alone of the animals want everybody, with a the advertising order which set forth the The
reasons why Telegraph
be endowed and will with each passing .
Bradford might year.II
County grow experiences
I understands and I
single pecan tree. or a big pecan Irvasion was chosen for this important schedule. In the belief that this letter

tragedy. There are many. grove, to look and listen I and Gasparffla Pirate I should be of interest to our advertisers and readers, we take pleasure
I proofs about the dog: actual FEB. 5.16

Have You Had Your Chortle Today? cases where a dog has laid for is to the have meeting a program date. Our that plan will.
down at the grave of his master I Dear Mr. Matthews
be of interest to all our people See! Creoteil Annual Attraction :
FlorfcV* ,
-- Laugh! Keep it funny. Get yourself to automation, your teeth to the den- refused food and water and our hope is that it ; with its N.w took! ,1\\ As the accompanying letter from Henderson Advertising Agency

at least three delicious chortles every tist, and your hair to the comb and --- will increase our pecan prrV \ points out your newspaper was selected to carry this schedule on the

___i day. Humor was never more necessary.It's brush. Come on-laugh it up! duction. A few things that we S!eetheI7th! annual the Florida Florida Bee-International I basis of our sales presentation which showed 17 markets (out of 142))

never been more fun. Go in for Income tax time is still weeks away. I want to learn more aboutare I meal Exposition Center the International to represent the bulk of non-metropolitan sales in the State of Florida.

"total joy." Now isn't that jolly? Worth at least I : 1. What does moss do to Orchid and American Hibiscus Shawl.. All 17 of these newspapers meet Independent Newspaper Markets' con.

So advises the National Associationof a snicker or two. I. a tree. 2. How much nitrogenis OIId the J.rJ.d Art; ond l SEE Daft Quarter E j. cept of selectivity as per::
good seHingsl
needed to produce a hfeitlon ill !I'W
Gag Writers as 1963 gets up a full Get ticket traffic this yearl Big
a parking or a ? 3. How important is Horse Show new 1. UNDUPLICATED
head of Mel IS CON-
steam. Dairy and
the home from work? Car Auto Races.
summons on cUltiva-
? clear
potash 4. Is CENTRATED
Discover those hidden talents for howl and Sales.Carl IN YOUR LOCAL MARKET
\Vell where's of humor!?
your sense tion better than leaving a
- happiness, says George Q. Lewis, executive Imagine YOU running afoul of the law! I Dear Gene: sod under the trees? Be .sure See! SmIth"Mr. loollce" l 2. EXTREMELY HIGH READERSHIP. I

director of National Laugh Ha, ha, ha. I am enclosing my check fora and plan to attend this meeting of Country ",wie; famel Ctty Well. 1t.Ov. ,
Enterprises. Start by looking in the .. of America's Folk Singenl 3. A MARKET INDEPENDENT OF
Life is just a bowl of cherries. Ordidn't year's subscription so I can when the date is announ Itorl- ANY METRO-
mirror advises Mr. Lewis with of the old Grand Ole! Opry POLITAN TIES.
ques- keep up with news ced. the T./I-
you know? Sometimes the cher- Johnny ond Jack-plus
tionable flattery. Be forgiving toward home town. GAS Tax RefundIf Soysl February
ries are sour, but what is funnier thana deuce Mountain This is a significant advertiser
new and this schedule
clock and the good is "first" in
your alarm reverse curve :I am enjoying a very you use gasoline for agricultural 5-101 I a
-turn the corners of your mouth upward guy doubled up from eating sour business here in Galveston.We production during non-metropolitan media.

instead of d6wn. cherries? Come on-laugh-even if i it have quite a large amountof 1962 and if you secured a permit See! Hurricane crashing.Hell Dr'lera crunching in mO'I

: Forget that you're losing your Job hurts! instrument work for the from the Comptroller than A.te-Thrill TWENTY Getsl SEE the Great Cordially:
shipping industry, involving office along with a receipt Bruno perform sensational feats on I; Independent Newspaper Markets, Inc.

chronometers. sextants, and book for weeping your ,record wire oDd pole February 5.161 i P. 0. Drawer 9909

other navigation instrumentsused you are ready to 'file your request ,See! Lee Paul and Mary ford..* Atlanta 19, Ga.Sometimes I
in this industry.I for'the tax refund.
Stars-k ow'
ja ) am the only instrument If you did not secure a per- the world cter for their ..,lIipl. '
C} ESTABLISHED 1879FLORIDA'S technician in this port catering mit and receipt book for 1962.I voice; and guitar recordings! Feb- I

to this sort of highly technical you should come by our, office every 11.161 It s nice "" I< I
work therefore am kept and make your application I II
4P TINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEADE. quite busy. for this tax refund to be jto have someone Wow I!

L. MATTHEWS. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER The many years in your tBed'during: 1963. This tax refund & ,
community enabled me tome Is"a good program. It is '

PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED As SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE many friends so will set up for agricultural pro- i I your horn for you, Thanks,

POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLA. UNDER ACT OF MARCH 3. tars look forward 'to receiving the duction and all our farmers

paper every week. who''use"gisoline should make for the kind words.
Harley F. Strong use of it. I 4
The Time Shop While you are keeping your
409 21st St. record of purchases for this

:L Gslveston Texas. '>. .. 6t&t state.program.you. thejj

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Glay-County New ..KHS Band I tically the only tine ,parents : TTrrrTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYl girls] B team participated in ".................. ..n
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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS get to meet the teachers in a
JnproyCment '
v 'Heard Uie
By Large
IsG and it is nice : game.
group to have I
Credit;: Union Meets 1 MELROSE Boy'Scotit lYoup 109"'umped GRANDIN'r t
: ,. roup Crowd At PTA something cheWwhile chat-
By fary K; Schaetfer I I a--f-? > i*:; l\ f,",. "" ting': I f put at the old day pit Fri

Officers and members of the The Clay-County Committee : 'Bill Beam !!t Bj, M. Alice Rqthbammer d;ay' night. They hiked.to, and I
1n A record crown .turned out: gave a report on ; D" Cli..l. ene Bra
... I&A&. ".. _&.&.&_&" & fl.AASaSaS&S_ r--T-=_ V-a. a a a a -a .a.A.Is,.A&SASSALAA..._.__.. DuPont Mining Employees 1! to Improve Schools held' to bear Keystone Height's how the PTA Committee and i from the cmp sitS y alley
J Card Parties ?P Aida members elected the following Credit. Union held an enjoyable -:I I "is first: meeting the'MW j School's first band concert on th e's Faculty .Committee proposed i j I n T ''TTT. ..YY..Y._ !:i '!fr. and' lrs. Tom Spurtoc'k n... T. ..,...,., y ..t

Woman's Club Fund meeting at the- USO 'year Monday night! ,,' in the ] Jan. "to spend the 1962 Halloween !; PTA.Tof.Meet a ria Mr.. ahd *Mrs. Bunyon .
officers for three years: Trustees Thursday ev?ning, 17, :,: j M f4 Jy Josn of
building in Starke last I ''
courthouse-r: at Gieen 'I 1 The Mehose PTA "will r'net KeJley spent Friday rh Palat-
Final arrangements for the : William Few, Frank II- The band, in charge of Gene Carnical proceeds. They 1 Frankfoit. Ky.and, Mrs. Mar-
I fl! Woman's Club Card. Party of gen and William Warren, night. Springs: "t ,"Eroft:: a music student at the felt it would be'wise to purchase 'Jan. 28 i in the. high school auditbriunrat I lk i gie Stuart ':'of Grandin were

P January 31 at, the Masonic Stewards: D. A. Baker, Col.! the':President Everett! Fox called |'I. "JimLytle- of Orange Park,- University of Florida made 1 Ii school essentials not : "8 'pm.: 'Legislation 1 Miss Carol Hurst, who Is dinner guests: of Mr. and Mrl.

.t HalJ pave' been -announced by David Nelson, and William L meeting to order at 6:30'I iliairman of the group, an- i jt.ounced ,s debut. with aplomb and f i-; I furnished by the coun.ty- and The School" is the't!1 !aking nurse's J ,training .at Charlie Sapp' in pdlatka on
I i p.m., and the invocation.'was ::< the ,goal 'of :the-new : planned program Chanty Hospital' in New Orr
. Vice topic. Sen. !:
.president and Finance Reynolds, Sr. I. Stringer, nesseMr.( Croft introduced'the playground equipment, etc. '! Monday.
.J | gh'enby: Jimmy Lee. t Sy ear 'as1 improvement tot Bill Pearce and Rep. James i l Jeans, recently: visited her .
Chairman ,
Mrs. Herbert Nel. who had filled a vacancy, was 'f members. and, as his The PTA Committee consist- Mrs. Callie Rye of Grandin
son. Playing. will begin at 1 also' elected. These officers Herbert Green and Henry ::jurnculum, Clay County iicb.ooIs. ; m.? was called., each member ed ,of Chairman Bill Beam : M. Beck will,be-Speakers.; The parents Jlr- and Mrs., .Homer and Miss Loretta Luke of Pa-

J p.m., and again at.-8-,pja. Pa. were installed at the Sunday Hall were elected: to the boardS:, Last year's' objective gave a toot on his horn: 'M lax Mooneyham, Margaret executive boaid meeting was Hurs>t. i i; j latka, are patients at Doctor's
( of {directors, and J. M.. Nor1man the of I held'January' 21 at Airs. :Morris B. 'storer '
was improvement teaeh- the home alidS
t irons may play any. game of morning service by the pastor. t Band members included Glen I Andrewsen. and Bill Baker :! Hospital in Staike.
.t] their choosing. Donations of Dr. A. C. Holt. Randal Chitty, and Ger-j, t! ers'] salaries, which was acomplished. Few,. Jim Smith, and Patty I The Faculty Committee In-;t of Principal and Mrs. Clar- ,;:! her. mother, Mrs. F. J p.; Schneider -: :' Mrs. Ella Belisario has been
aid '
$1 will go to the Club Building Myron Prevatt, Chairman ofthe ( Crawford were elected to j c, ''IShaughnessey in the. trumpet, eluded Chairman Knuth. and i j rice Hblden. of Cleveland, Ohio 'visited ill at her !home for, the pastweek.
J I the Supervisory Committee. F. t Mrs: !Quaritius of ':Orange The Melrose Chapter of the Mr. "Stor'er's mother ana"aunt, j
Fund. Board of Trustees called I i, section; Carol. Gardner, Lance faculty members" Harris, B.Jones' i .
J: W. Kenney was elected to the Park,chairman of the com i Future "Tlomemakers of America Mrs. N. W.' Storerof'Bfdden-' '
liefreshments will be : Laird .
pre- a meeting at his office for I Andrews, .and Tommy Bird Miller Mayo 1 Mrs: 'Annie Capers of Putnam
'I pared by members. and many Monday night, Jan. 21, for r Credit Committee. ,1' rnittee: curriculum, made: a in the Slide Trombone Section: j tI and Munns. The membership and the Honi 'EeOnoni-i! ton, and airs. ErnestineBeyer' : 1 1I Hall was visiting M. s.

will donate prizes. -The Committee the purpose of electing new of- Members of the ''board reelected :i eliminary-"progress report en j! Dianne Chapman Debbie Dey,! voted 1 to spend $595.86 911 the, : l ics;clashes dtWnded the' P. K, I! of Fort 'Lauderdale. 'i I Ella Belisario: on Thursday''
Everett Fox as president'Henry elforts to step minimum )' i r*onge fashion show; "in Gainesville 'I Mr:1: 'and Mrs. Fred'
up Moody
composed ;of volunteerf ficers. Out-going trustees, R. Elaine:, Lovorn Susan Bird,| suggested: items. J Yrs. Rebecca Brantley of
hostesses will include Mrs. A. Gaunt, Barry Wyman, and ;' Hall as vice pres ;lU 'ement5 for graduation ,in : TViJrna Gardner, and Audrey I Program Chairman Dick Thursday afternoon I of Hawthorne spent. Sunday I i iI Melrtte staying & few days

Arthur Mannering, Mrs. H. L. Mike Redfearn attended.. Other ident, and re-elected 'Dan Clay County schools.,She said Flakes, in-the clarinet section. I Ij Lovorn gave a short history of i|' with' their sponsor, Mis. Fran I with ?Ir. and Irs. V, Y. I II with her parents", Mr ajid

: Sutton. Mrs. Leo LeBlanc, members of the Board are' Fogg, treasurer,I and Dan Pat- that'CIa.y'Countyhigh: schools i Mike Lovorn was the saxo. he Bosters'; Club, and some, Ii| ces Stephenson. Mothers who I q.Iel.. ,: Mrs. Weldon Brauttey.

i Mrs. Eddie Raynor. Mrs. Ruth Harry Clemens, W. J. Grolick, ray 'as educational chairman '.5(8 now meeting: only the j, phone section; while Chuck: of the good they have done.,, 'i, volunteeied' tr a n s poitation IE I Mr. and Mrs. T. A, Watson:I Mr. and Mrs. Earl gikes of

Lott: Mrs. Floyd Kooa-. Mrs. E. T. Martin, Mrs. J. C. Bird, The membership 'voted to minimum requirements, and : Pardee on the bass drum and II L They'donated $200 to help the were Mrs. Francis Chiappini! I of Jacksonville. pent ,gunday I Jafk pijville; were vls1tin| ; 1r.

C. H. Haberstroh Mrs. Sara and Harry Goodwin. give* the secretary-treasurer a that requirements for gradua-1'! Rodney Paul and Reese John.. Lions Club light the football I I [ Mrs: Ethel Lee, Mrs. Wijliam: with Mr.:,,-and, Mrs..0: E.i M'Ro'b-..1 1\ and Mrs. H. B. Sikej ovtr

McDonald, Mrs. Bert Christ- A. F. Crosby. Chairman of substantial raise.' I 1 on in Bradford County are i! son on the snare drums, madejupjthe field; they gave $300 to the McLaughlin, Mrs. Hence Allen .i inson. the. weekend.

offers, Sr., Mrs. David Nelson, the Stewards held a boardmeeting : A number' of 'persons won I nigher than in Clay at the i drum section s school. one half for the library and Mrs. Russell -Nobles !I .Mr. and'Mis.'Lavelle'McGfee< I '}Jrs, Edna= Smith of Jacksonville -
Mrs. Alma Frost Mrs. very nice, door prizes. Henry: present time. I se1-1 "Teacher ;I 'and Mrs. W O. Preston visited '
I Joseph at the Educational I The band played three the other half for the Appreciation : is staring with her
I Murelli. and Mrs. Elva Scott. Building, Jan 21, for the Hall was ,in charge of procuring Bill Baker, chairmkn of the j lections-a march a folk song, s cience lab; they 'paid $500()I!'Week" -wa:! sponsored by thf JrsI': ttie' Mann at -the mother, Mrs. VIta Herrtfg,

Mrs. LeBlanc is in charge of same purpose.: Outgoing Stewards them. : committee on school finances, and a hymn. Patty Shaugnes- for the bleachers on the field, junior Beta Club re entfY.1 Baptist Hospital'. in. iicksonville. .. wh' (Mrs. Rye Is in tl?e ho s-

tickets. Mrs. Al Nelson and attending were James? I Following the meeting, a reported that a continuing'! sey played a trumpet 'solo apd have committed themselves Hot drinks and ''cd'okies' were I pi'tal. '

Mrs. Freemont Tolles will do McEachern, Marshall Gallop, delicious; dinner was served ,tydy will be made pn audit'I.: ; while Chuck Pardee on "the to pay $2,480 for the served to all faculty members Alan MacCracken of r Mr. and Mrs.: Eugene
the decorating. There will be and'William Warren,Remaining buffet style. Brady McLeod' | and budgets of the Clay ,i i bass drum added a little back fence around the ierd. They r during home room In the Hudson, Ohio spent Wednesday Brantley and children,

door priz .. ,and table prizes.It was in charge of the dinner.After ty School Board, and > Elaine mornings. arid his Mi.
members of the boar are comparisons I f ground; Lovorn played have' 'ppntributed $?OO fpr ma- ThursdayU& ) Ruth, Reed of Merose] !, ttej\\ .
is hoped that everyone George LaRue. A F. Crosby, everyone had finish } made with other counif: I j clarinet solo: and Mike terials for a concession stand I The Junior Class will sponsor orother-in'-law and siller i "&. ded the Middleburg Baptist

husbands includei-: will avail Mrs. Mabel HusbandsMrs.. ed eating, an interesting film ties in the area to i i i ]Lovorn played a solo ont'. his: -a permanent oneat the a ear wash on Saturday: and Mrs. J. S LaCOite.jlr. Church Sunday nisht for the

themselves of an afternoon' Olive Stevens, Mrs. Charles: was shown, ehtitled "Father school costs are in line. ![ 1 tenor sax. field, and Mr. Lovorn askedfor Jan.--. 26--Jilatchett.& S9ti'_.i 8 i4 Mrs. Ross Bass: Qrdliuitipn Service of PavjdHinnant

or evening: of pleasure, and i Wallenius and Don Shackle- Dan,'\ explaining how a Credit Other reports were heardfrom : ) I Everyone was pleased with volunteers to do the labOr Service Station in Jofin's 1 a'nd: children of BurmelJ, Mx; David is a L former

become a booster for the Wo ford. Union was started amongthe Dr: Malone, chairman o)! j! :Mr; Croft's: tactful presenta- The All-Star Game on Saturday and King's Service ,Station in r; and Mrs. Talmadge Slade" and;. reiident, of Melrose. ,

man's Club building project.For William Warren, presidentof poor of Peru, .and how it the School Consolidation Com: 1| 1 1raittee t1011;-',and-it :is hoped he 'wil I Jan. 26, at the Keystone :Melrose "to raise fqndOr, t th 1 'children, and Mrs ,"Jack Jac-( Johnny Mikell, a student Atthe -
newcomers, and nonmembers the prospered, under the leader- and'Mrs.. Spearman.i) 1 be around 'to train the match yield, will help the Boosters Jumor-Sfiirior" '" ] rjby and children' of .iddIebiIr gj
Community Church < : prom tq ..ha U F, was home Jor th*
we say that this Men's Club is-with his members ship of Father Dan Dan Fogg I chairman of the "Informationid .. I j m. ( fee Wil VT.! spent the'weekend* i-fth weekend\ : '

project 'merits your interest -making extensive' plans was in charge of getting an: 'Committee. 1- ball' games.-' 1 stars are also known as the be" $1. ')!r. and Mrs. JVi: Si.de.' sHauy
T. Pierce
and cooperation)I for, when for a dinner for their ladies showing the film. The next meeting the This was"'the regular month- ]H 's-Beens and they will 'Miss Jean Lively! daughter: I Mrs. Gilbert Reed was promoted of Clermont Nancy Mr

completed the new buildingwill on Jan. 28..at p:30: p.m. Mr s. Ii Ralph Bryan was M. C. for 1oup will be held on Feb. 1 18 Jy'!. business meeting of the |feature fgrmer High School 'of Mr. and Mrs. James ,LlveI:y'\ I to cashier in the Key and Mrs., Harry was. visiting Pierce"pv '

serve a vital need in.this Frank Stjtchberry, Chairman I several humorous skits, which la the Clay County court. Key tone.PTA. 'It '. ascal1edto i star from the Keystone area: attended' the annual 4-H"club: I stone State Bank last week '' < t
j the \\ ekm .
community. of Cjrele4 of Community, I'ihe called the "educational":I house. -- tj<1ir order by President Max: ys.: the Melrose ar a: Mr. Lov 'joint I'edog' .itioh' banquette Sag was formerly! assistantca.shir. Mr. ?and ?"Mrs. James, Spp.1 4

The site of thevnew build- Churchwomen. and her CircleMembers portion of the program. S ,- Mooneyham. Rev. JR.. Smith orn said that tickets at Lii day'rfigttt at the Civic I i of 'Grandin

ingthe former Winter Cha- will prepare and| For the benefit of those Senior Girl Scout gvetI'e.invocation, and theGirfScout gate will be 1.25 for adults; I I Ie Ceiiter in' PalatEa. She Va: I Mrs. Kenneth Edwards antI of announce" \0 the It
birth a son, Jl-
i who do not Cdlor Guard * taqua grounds-, wil.] soon be understand football awarded '
< "
serve the rdinner. Under Mr.I II' a pin a 'certifi : es. on ?rl.da3', Jan- 18 'the
Troop Organized ducted<< the biiyihg'tbetfl from BOQsteri visiting: her '
cleared, and ready\for ground- Warren's splendid leadership signals. as given by the fiagr'salute [ i iVliMihutes a cate for her outstanding"wbrk parents* Mrana Bradford bounty Hospitll.

breaking 'cif monies: The archistectureiwl .. the membership is increasing' ,;I referees, Ralph, with the help] I i iof With 11 Members [ of"the iast" meeti i ; .nber, prior"to g' the nfght in Putnam County's 4-H Club Irs. C. L. Bass, and. ziste... Mother and sOn home, and\
.. get'theni arid' Marian, here. ,
tngt* ad could Wr L
) | be Grecian in all the George Schaeffer dressed!'! s r 'Qy Secretary Mary; $ 5ftc.? froe.n foods' project. doing fine. '
time! and these men as referee I"- Bfdfcas,1: were *approVed,' 'arid '''l\n-r"Lo'rOnf: then 'llitrher c'e4.tn ]r Mr. and Mrs Calvin Wal .
style.. vThe elevation of this assist financially explained what I}( For a long time, Keystonent The'lfu)ta dropped: be.
property will that'it will as well as each stance or i I' the trea'Surer'M"rs. ".' ; : < 'band'' leader'Che ie jjiind Anthony" lace and children of Fl ra-
mean physically, in ,: Heights has had Boy ScoutTroops I "C'c4en-r Friday night] PARAN BAPTiST CHURCH
; be cooler than- the .farmer IQcatiorr Church; improvement of meant. I I Cub ScoutPacks, I det;? reported'' a *' 'b } ) | Croft, \who? in tirrif introduced;* r with a scoie pf $1-34 to record ,tome have moved'. to Melrose.i GRANDLY. FLA. ,
property. The' program $878f{ in the", bank. '-as of 'that !.:his bahd ttie'highiig'nf of tftfe r i '.
!in townt< so close: to qe The i their ,
' \. ; ,- which) ifi.noi; available second skit, a take-off Brownie Scouts, and 1itei r"fTJay. M .,' 'descftbkd/ fourth straight IQSS i ". METHODIST 'o
Cniraum'tyjChureb s, that no on Perry Mason, featurrdRalph r mediate Scouts but for, 'I j evening"'as.: already 'J n my Down, 'tossed in '13'poInts Sunday School, lOa. 91.
now '
at this time', will be in I ** '
charge I Refreshments' after the "Roomr'eount'as'Ikept'byMrs.id SIELROSE
doss ventihation could be a- ] ; aria'wai MorningV6Tshlp, 11 4.
of Dick as Perry, Dan Patr ay the first time, a Senior/Girl I { higli'scorer. of i ,..'Is'fl m.
. chieved. Lovorn and Bill Ba:k-i as Judge. Joe Norman as Della Scout Troop has heed form d. I meetings was discussed, 'an Margaret Pate/, wgs wonMfe r .lh i'a riit'to .J. Rev. Kenneth,WiGrilhlth.Pastoj Training trI on. 0:30: p. m.

p EutuQ; ::itUI Z5ptice, ... '" er. Street, Charlie, This will be known as Girl .I itata' decided that th'th Mrs, Sullivan- > -The Melrd S e Lessies 'eiidthe' '! nlnfVQrsnJ ; T30"j). 4-
t --rn "Communitv Tolford as would be no' refreshments i At E.: C. thei!' ...,
The next meeting of the Churrhwomen's __. _- Cuendetge Midweek Prayer Meeting Wed-
: scorfc when ::
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Drake Scout TToop70 aIlei'it coiT- they stomped 66nday School
Bill Beam as di ," 945; .. m. .
the zeeting'althoilg the
next -
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Keystone Heights Chapter Annual Luncheon will. ; be'nedictibrt.'and meeting"' heid Y:3ci\t; : \ m."
of trict attorney. I I. the. 'Red "Devils; 4-l28? "TKeTh'ur Worship I'l a.'m
Charlie sists of 11 -I ,
Mc- girls. Mrs. RichardIS P. "
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be severaI} 'of ,
held at the I the group'felt it was ad'jourhed RefresHments
Eastern Star will be held Feb. Glave I. : ,, '
I' -
5 in the Chapter room. Regular Palms on Feb. 11, park-of-the-I) as chief of police, plus Lovorn is Troop Leader. refreshments were essential i i ito tore'served, 'an'd asocial f:fiburj'enjoyed. ( ,

j Horace Fenton. the jury and various witnes-': Troop 70 meets every Monday tf'social hour. This'is pracKeystone 5- 'i' *.< ff !*-"';.t '

I. business of1 the Chapter.: director of the Latin Jr. lte5es|. at 7pmin St. Anne ... q .. '' ",.,.. ,- ..,: ., '., '" ,,. MPTfiiir HTSMELROSE '
will be followed by a social American HEIG
1 MIssion. will Charlie McGlave was general Episcopal Parish House :f ortheir .. .. ,,. ,. -
hour at which time the hosts be a guest at the
Park-of-the-Palms chairman of the affair, ; business meeting .' School. And Lana Lt.. Col. and Mrs .David A ,
and hostesses for ti I I"
will be
I Mr. and '. 4 .
l Mrs. George E. Wiggins. Mr. week of Feb. 11-17. and w hem Fox was in charge of 'Gin y Campbell i is" Patrol Turner often comes to visit Nelson on ,East Lakeview I } \ 1// ;
and Mrs. Leamon Ward, and speak at the meeting. Reservations in agenda; J. It!. Normanwas Leader ; Lorraine Dey is ,Her sisters in Keystone. LanaIs Drive. The Nelsons and the) BUSINESS I DIRECTORYNURSERY

Mrs. M. L. Kingsbury. may be made by calling charge of the'building; Scribe; and Carol Warreii is 'from Melrose. a town that Harkness families became acquainted -

Mrs. Alma Charlie Johns in charge credentials Troop Treasurer. : Followingthe also boasts 'ta Phillip1 Morris.Mrs' in Japaii'where both I ,
CHURCH NEWS Frost. 4734301.or _
-'I ,__. ,._ ,_ .. _
; Herbert Green I in -L -U -N 1"
Community Church Mis. Jack Haberstroh 473-? I business: meeting: the girls will you name men were serving during me'occiffatioii APPLIANCEST I

On Sunday Jan. 13, the 4504. Price of the luncheonwill charge of elections; and Ernie engage in self-improvement: your next daughter) Ava? : of that country. I MILLWORK I REAL ESTATE

be $1.50. A cordial invitation Patray, publicity.This and educational pursuits.!] Speaking1 names/Tre have Mr-: Harkness' also served for II I 1--

is extended to friends was the twelfth an- They are currently learning! two ladies "town1: : named Al- ten years' in Okinawa as edu- V Service Center)I Keystone I 1I -: ,

Are You Prepared from other churches to joinin nual meeting of the Credit First Aid and Conservational ma'Mrs.! Alma Frost and Mrs. cation officer with the U. S. "*' -'

; To Live? this annual get-together. Union. French. 't II Alma' Blizzard. 'No wonder we Cull 'IAdministration of the J. R. :JIIIES, Proprietor,. I Millwork 'Shop C.. J. Pete O'Connor

; News from St. William'sS Since each Scout Troop I were confused when someone Ryukiu Islands. In July 1961 I Authorized Motorola PulleD' '... _
t 1kEA1TO (<1
tr1" a
ASK YOUR GULF MAN William's Altar Society Indians Bow must, have a service project: askedus1 where Mrs. Alma he transferred, to Nepal to Sales and Service. CABINETS) DOORS '
I Snow .lived! 'f serve' Sen ice On All Mafcev REAL ESTATK
members met 70 astraining advisor 'in
for their regular I Troop i is busily engaged' n I
L.R.BRAULTI'IIX" monthly business meeting To Bell 44-40; making stuffed animals'ifor -Rev. and Mrs. J. ;R. Smith Community'development. 'Now; TV RADIO STEREO I WINDOW FBAMMSCREENS ,MORTGAGES. APPRAISALS(

473-4151 I I.Ja on Thursday Jan. 17 in the B Squad WinsThe nursery schools. ui. (e < attended the Florida Baptist :-ettred 'from 'Civil Service, the Work Guaranteed- TV- Rentals I.Ke7&r ,H. .f!.i hr.., ,,.9." ., ,., .,
Recreation Hall. Troop Leader Ginay find Convention in Orlando' on Harkiiesses are looking over Keystone Heights, 7S-=t6n Trim ::, ar11a 't)1" '
\: Hiuuj 21 Keystone Heights'! .. It."r, .' I
'I' Tuesday and Wednesday of Florida asa '"' it 1
The ladies voted to finance Bell Bulldogs defeated Scribe Lorraine attend Senior possible resi AUTO sUb. Made Tt Order
1 some new vestments for Fath- tae Planning :Board last week: dence. I. 1
Indians in a 44.40 meeting a ydone Height -'P-'). 4&S H. McEachera
in Gainesville Little Miss 'Valerie Mar- On Sunday T'Terrell's
squeaker ; onct "a'i morith.I evening Mr.
the Bell ,
Saturday night. gym last There,' with' girls ffojfl 'other igare Prevost was baptized a'n'd Mrs. John Bird were dinner I -. --- ,,
I I 'RealtorComplete
The Bulldogs jumped troops, they"plaff act.ivittes for Monday( 'Jan. 21, by Father guests at the hflme of Col. Gulf Service : ,
into I "
.n early 16-6 lead in the all the Senior Scout: Troopsin Connie Dougherty at St.; Wil- and frs. Nelson. The Birds", !/' Furnished-3 bedroom .
"' Ham' Church. Mrs James Clemens
this area. .' J who 'spent a number of Nursery
quarter, and were ahead 2214at years New &; Used! Tires spacious tome, 2
Oaho rdi yearsold
the'child's God- '
The girls are now was Okinawa, were friends' of "
the half.Keystone. selling From .
$3.00 Sizes
i UpAll Cjtrug. tree $Z.M to | '
$4.95 on large
while landscaped
put Girl Scout Cookies, and will ; Thomas on
: bid in the third a quarter determined be around to your door to get V'os\:. sir:, was trie Godfather guests of' the Nelsons. On OPEN 7 A. JI. -- 7:30 P. M.. sopij U fruit Caaae4 QI' JWe. with dock, 'n',
-, : and were leading 33-31 at the your order, 50- make it:a substantial !tr. Prevost, however, 'was Unable Monday evening the Nelsons 'Kejitone. Heights, 473.:1279. root. .I If' f., -LlTTLEiS.ulT.t & FEf3 -.
end of one, for these busy, to be here from New and the Har nesses were -- I ,Azaleas tor S 1.00 to $1.00
'I S1 $ that period. dedicated, Orleans, so Charlie ea., ).{ T. R Martin, Aj&dllJA3IES
well-adjusted Gaboardiwas
.'' In the Bell final quarter, however -J delinquent girls. non- his proxy. Valerie' is the per ird.guests: of Mr. and. din-I'[.Electrical. Contractors f Hiway 100 at Hillcrest H. McL'ACIIEBtf

f. I -.- once- again found H' third daughter 'nf-- -Mr--_ -and- -We> were sorryto hear" Jackson Electric Co. 31j 2 Miles East of

t' I with me range a final ana two-basket pulled away mar- Mrs. '.'rhom s' Prsvost Jr. of I the1: injury of Frank 'Otting-- ELECTRICAL \TRACTOB Key to.. Heigjitj. P..O. Box 163. Phone 4l.O
Sunday Masses
cftNYJNiFt! will continue Keystone. er'smother, Mrs.,Anna Ottin House Wiring Electric Range '-' Keystone Heights, Pla..1 .- *
; at 10 a.m. until the -
gin.Gary Cooper and Jimmy I April, at which: ';time the"mm end'of Mrs. Martha Crutchfield attended' ger, whb suffered fractured j and Water Heater Repair:, CITRUS VfPlenty CPX1MNJJtS ..-'- ._, ', ''_,_- : .

I McMurtry led the Keystonetcoring a seminar on Monday hip. The Ottingers are recent i j j I General ElectriC Repair Work $UQ T :" .Q0 ,.
": mer schedule will be I : ''''
... resumed. Jam !: :' '
21. on "Effective Use-o1 newcomers to I Can 'Toby' For )AH Your
cA : 4 1 J : $ with 13 points each. Keystone, and of
are asked to remind BJpoming
& ,
Health '
'1 (1 and .
Relater'Services"at reside in the home Electrical Needs' Winifred H.CRAWFORD
: P ,I Bill Matthews of Bell led scoring their children that they are I the of' the late i:I from 50c up. R re CfrqelJiaB! .
It viii' : University1 Medical : J Heights t
fr Cen- Dr Albert Hollit.>n' Lakeview'' JHQIle Ph: 474975 "
honors !I
I with 15 to sit I grafted, 57-50
asked .
points. in a ter
V 4. 4 II I group at the |i in Gainesville; Martha is Drive: ," -, S I r M up. Plenty of I
? .
The t -- --
'S Indians now have front of"the 'church in i vergreens'
5vin. r FL0RISTEdna and
111 's \ "S 'SII pew a Public Health Nurse associ-1 "Mrs.- Hele -jWarren' 'wuhiss I t Landscape ;

I I Nt'v \ In, 4-loss the B record up to date that is reserved for"the ]I ated with the Alachua County Ihit' anyone who has a Cub ''!1 i. Plants j Reg. ReaJ ?:It4wnftb

llillIL SEaackeek1ngiueoupta stone beat Bell squad 37-14 game, and Key the ren Confessions every Sunday.are Child-I f Health Dept. She. "was for.herIr I, Scout' Uniform trier"would like WilIip.rnzFLGMTMJU ,' Let us landscape your home. Lake Properties Aoreq* .

with the Bradford to sell or get rid of '* 'I 0. p CARXES
local Ranches
girls won their game 38-, fore Mass on Sunday. !' 'I Business CHy
41. j County. Health Dept. her at 473-4697. t dhray JM) 23 mL Ef, jt2tkt"8t

Personals: Mrs.' M: L. Beasley and Ma- Y.Inte r Fireman ( ,FLOWEHS 'Forilome, i J.. 3 Ho ..ent&1iw& .
r. : ( this bank) Games scheduled with Orange | Mr. and Mrs '0. L. Spark*I Ii Harf Beasley1, Norma Vaildeu1i' For All OocadoMWelrow I .. .,
*r Park last Friday night I and son from Gainesville were Hear: CJnffs Report r, -: "au 4rJQ1Ui zt
Saves time. Saves R nee Belote Phone KKSTALKANTS
Pam :
steps. Saves ,
trouble. were called off due to Orange recent visitors at the home 'ofMr. I The Keystone Height Volunteer I : OR 5-2331,4, In ,YOur a.quJrem.ea
Does away with, standing i in lice to buy Park's Thompson.. polores Myrrhee, Fire Dept. met Tuesday f : "- )
money inability to obtain j and Mrs. Frank Jones -- -- nirKeystone
a f Midway
orders ana INSURANCE / ; Keystone HdtitUIS. .
.rauy snaughnessey rMurrhee
were __
or all
running town to
over pay ;your bills. gym.This bringing a lovely wedding'gift .bowling at Starke Lanes last. night. Jan. 8, the regular f-.___ .,_....,!. 5.. :: .Hej hbRestaurant I Ue1zwe
Automatically gives you a receipt (your cancelled : Friday night the In. for the Jones' daughter, },(u. Friday night. meeting' having been; postponed J I -,-. -.- ... ...

. check) for every payment. wans A and B squad boys will me,. who WAS married last Strs. W. o: from; the first Tueada I Insurance I t 'jj17 :1 5flfAs'GLk7SSLbJ -!

Eliminate? {flie risk Qf )keeping large sums of play Hastings at Hastings.er month. '17'r v of smith.'and twodaughters' whieh'. aNew Year's Day. t"n4er.ie )liaagrozat !It"f'

money in your home or in your purse. We asked Mrs. E:? CJ Ciiendit fcave-_ been visiting Williston.Mr.:'S.and C. r Fire Chief Everett Fox re., AgencyGeneral j SicEtlaiizthW4 Tn I .

Gives you a complete, up-to. he-minute recordof how She was lucky enough to itrgfv *Tom Crutchft oh parted the following calls Blue Platen with

all expenses. Dougherty. get such an easy te1eDhon BrtokjynJLake.Mrs. *ld' since the 'Jast meeting: Dec Insurance i Fresh Vegetables E. McKay; Realtor
Simplifies Correspondence was read number to ) SnrJtn 9, oven fire at Grossman fire Coftu&Uy; Bondji ,i- .
your budgeting.It remember Actually and : f i .QPJ-'i.: '
from the Gainesville Daily Sun I her number is 47S4567but ters._ Mrs.'Crutchfiefd'are' ', 5, ',sis-h j, home, DO. damage; Dec.; 14,'t i AUfdnuilCeyatone I II S S A. AL-19 i'. )1.3Iou.Thurl.j 14 LoUU: i' v't{., $33oTerm1J6'L .
takes only few regarding grass_ fire at Putnam, \i Heights, ?731 I 1
a minutes to open a checking a Woma.I} Club tcrtan her locally one 'justi Botherweekend'.'" j Hall, no j I II PPEAT. c A. M. til Mldolte:)l '
account that will day in Gainesville : 'guests' 'of damage; Dec.17 fire at Scales!'' I I Kuaut Lake -
saveyou hours every month. in the i i has to dial 34567. She said Mr. and'Mrs.. I Frin Sat., Sun. .
I Why not do it t. here and now! Spring, and front the NCCW I she gave the telephone man. field'"werenM'r': Tom'Crotch.- I !j borne,' electric' shortn' f.'JEWELER 'At the" stopiite ( o j,"275. Ti* !IvetIiizpi tracts
\ !,, headquarters, reminding: all I I Coke, which may account for 4n' T: and Mr Mari'';: damage; Jan. 3: grass fire ,t1aynei 1;I I ,' --"-"" T '!"* .'e.'Hgts'jLiike t'large' tnqugh for s pallots .

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK members to have' their Cancer it I Th&Porter Crtrtchfields.of Louisville entertainedj : Ky; ;' 3 ': no damage. j Keystone, Jewelers ii i i Brooklyn I.;access to wU*.. aiidy beach

check-up. "" I When I Chief Fox-stated that Card" i
we called the Use
Mooney their iuesls for recreation while hold.

MEMBER F.D.I.C. Altar Asaisfnments'-werr'fciade for I ham's one time, and got Ron- ,,j { c'5'with' a \rip1tdytottB ,i ner gall' Murrhee Muhlhofer, Sund-j and Gift Shop j Restaurant -tar tot lBV *fme t. };-Z Ternw.ft .
Duty. Mrs. Mildred Sutton ald''Coleman erland and A Nice
the line, we I!i 'Mr. 'ind'Mrf. Sflacjtloe Ql 1
/ Kennetft IT1.: man 'STEAKS BR cw
A Friendly Bailk reported thaMne White thought he was \ were due for | CHOPS fBrafshrd collate on
1 'jn A Friendly' Community k1ddingiz.ActuallL Harfaiess."uTecenily returned I Wedding, Gifts SeQ.too.da Orders
Elephant : on equipment. To Go Saauti/ul
"Tfcrjft Shopln He alsoreport-' Ijike HutehiBA
Keystone Heights Fla. It is his name: we i 1 from a tour of with' Sterling ** a -
duty the OPEX '
ed |
iscdIng a -
rose welL meeting with officials of {$ ,too.
very Ttrrsu.
shouldn't I
The floating prize was won have been surprised, t United sates :Agency for? Infefriationaf .Southern< Bell T & T Co. In' % Gteeiiny Card. -. 1.. Daja 6 .. M. tUl j ... ,_ 4
I though} for have "
we Gary Keystone
.-' -- -- ------ by Mary K.: Schaeffer. Cooper; I a Development in :3 regard to getting the'- new; sl- I' Keystoat Heigata. 4I3-UI7 1-4 Mi. N. of !) ltidnito-I Heights, Fla.
and-rLorntineTeTSl"j 1 4T3-4818
Nea1wer&weekr1duests'of,c (Continued"oaTNext Page) j j Keystone ,

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W.ME+e 44 lwAM...... 44 M '.

iStom. Preceding 'l 5 f -

ren into operation Due to ;; ,
technical difficulties which I:
Jniaht Julie Uw telephone! ,
pe.oplp 4id not \yiah:: to assume _
iCSpolblbjlity: for Equipment _
other than their own. They
will contact J'o>* when details SETZE 'S .

tare worked, out. I i HiiiiiiimiimimiiiiimiISiflSIORESi i 11lliillllt ,. 11111lIllt .. 1 Illili11111111llilllllllllllllllllilfilil! I Ili hill(IIlIIIII111111lIIlllilll :; i
The secretary reported thata PRICES GOOD fTHRU S
"F1lc.College has been set WEEKEND. QUANTITY '- ;
up fqr; April or May. 1864>> and i
:that" training films will be RIGHTS RESERVED. .fi::: BLUE RIBBON TOP QUALITY RFEF :

provided the department within 1r } a !
the next several months. i
Hardenbergh} Williams and !
AIcGlaie were atpointegl ji"a ME A Ii i I
,committee to work 4.v '' !
: Out i
.. .
''tails of financing a neww t T 1Y Np ; i I
{ 'f
truck which the depa t' i
.has decided to purchaseT ,tt, is Y I SNO-WHITE SEA : / I
SehoblNews l '" ,-
4Vlerchant a :, r "S
The First Semester of the Scallops .. GREEI/DEI.I. i
19 2-63 School ,Term a
was completed Thwsd3yh;;1 e UeaSteOIS\
anew semester will start Fri LB 59" LB
:day. Jan. 25. Monday Jan. 28. r ::1 EAOED
i if a ho] day for the students, ;....; -;.;; READY .
so that the teachers may do FREE 1T: FlA;'Y/. COAST 10 poK 59" .
the final) work on report
The Boosters Club held a ; (4SE\I.
dame last Friday night inhe 8IITH I EVERY ., ,,, ,

.r' cafetorlum. for the bene- 'I, PURCHASE :) tp@K1[ IT{ @0 [ l &

'fit:Boosters of the are new trying band.to raise The j Iinoney LB.15C QUICK FROZEN U.S.D.A. GRADE A YOUNG

for drums. ,, -
team will. nay Hastings PORK LOIN
.his The
Friday-afc Hastings. .
girls will not have a game. FARMER GRAY BREAKFAST- LOIN END PORK. .' ..v

"[IMelrose Has-Beens vs. Keystone Cott geCh. t z25e PIG LINKS LB. 5ge LOIN LB 45( LB.
Has-Beensl on Saturday ,. BACON 2 89 C
club will sponsor a dance. 's '

J. R. Smith, pastor Ralph CHEESE czsS9< FRANKS 59 .. ; _' _
Copeland: Minister- of Music ."

1 Ind Scrvtcrg church: organist.Sunday School H ) iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii( ( iiiiiiii. IL luuimmmniiiiimniiiiumummimmimiiiiiiuiHi ( ( ( .: I{ ({IIMIIIfllillMIIIIIIIllllUUIIMIIilllUUllIIIIIIFREMAR( [ ( .
0:4a: H, m Morning( Worship .fcAA I. ar
.JO-.50 i. m. Training Union ? r
I 7:00: p. m. Evening services JMWr CHASE SANBORN ALL PURPOSE OIL '
8:0: p m. Tr n are invited to 1 CHOICE
*hare family Pruvpr tim with


LIMIT1 g'. ; : E
I Vfcar.' Rev. Win. W Worstall OF YOUR t I> JAR _

, Dally offices, 8:30: a.m. to CH'OICEWITH,
' 5 pm Holy ,Eucharist, Wednesdays 5.00 FOOD
10 a.m. Holy Eucharist "ORDER.-
I on 1st and 3rd Sundays
;each month. Morning Prayer piW1R LB.
end and 4th Sundays.. Litany 24 OZ KING SIZE
Service, on any Sth Sunday.Sunday' TIN on
] Evening Prayer, ,
p1' .ur t.. .. .:. .- HEAVY
:;,kr,...., GIL .. ,. 7 f DUTY
I Ll 1T ''

I II I .. > 1 11at FORMULA
i iI I YOUR .. rYnEb. ., -
Dr. A. C. Holt Minister. {j CHOICE .z inns Vi.GltAatl
and director. John Hudson

Sunday? Youth School.Director l 9:30: ajn i!"i ORDER FOOD TLIB' 28c BAKflB c CAL. PEACHE5 Z9c

Morning, Worship, 11 a. m.,
Youth Groups, 7 p.m. i l
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TRINITY_EPISCOPAL I,I i !Merchants Merchants IJ ;1 Merchants, Merhants Merchants !it.! I MMtiarts! Merchants Merchants !lYr! Merchx+ls Merchants lJ It4! a

CIIU&CII MELROSE : '$ as1EEENSZ>t s GRWt > nas aRUnsTAMrs GwaNlt1UIPS : ,I atUMS1ASPS !1IUHSTAMPS aRUy,TAfiws carat]..

Holy Days 10 a. m.. Holy I JtNwLLfCN bKEADtU U.S. No. 1 ..., r.. ..:
:Sundays- ID a. m..Church6chopl t I Va.TIE r 24
LB S 99 BAKII\.IG' Grapeicily 25
11:45 a. m. Mornin i' jjiiKiiiir A PKG )I REDOkl"-M 1 oz -

Sunday, Holy Communion]. fpjn. .
men.. Episcopal Young" Church-, ". Potatoes 2 PKG LB 39 Jt. IN FREE SALAD BOWL 3 1NZ $00

Communion. <;> PO".Tft :

The It Rev, Lea W. Heaton., """fL, ", SOUTHERN MADE GRITS OR :
Vicar: WITH+ MIRACLE ;t : LB
I I" 1f.! 'ASSORTED o' SALAD MEAL 5 BAG 19 :

NOTICE WHITENING AGENT 1..1-. ,. ;. : k size '
tl 4t the undersigned, desiring CHEER Det.; GIANT 79c ;; a I ''
to engage in.buaine*s Vndri, Ji 1 Pumpkin pie S" 39*
fictitlQUS name or the'l t adt it.u.'. DINNERS 10 .
WtAItM4CY at 101 E. Call fi '
Florida Street. la Intends the, City to. register of SUrU the, I ClEANS EVERY THING If' EACH FRESH CRISP LADY FAIR PINEAPPLE ;

ald same with the Clerk of the i i MR. CLEAN 69c i.
Circuit Court of Bradford.Coun- j 2S-OZ. 3t4ur t ef l:t h .che.r 'lB.: CARROTSC ICED STICKS S 29 ;
ty, Florida ', > '(,cirYP' I who provides yoy" with ,|the, r j ;w ,, & .
SHERHOD. HAMrLTOK' ,."" finest in Efficient1, fast; .. _
THOMAS) N'orth: PIERCE Tempi A\uue ,I I50J.85 "' 20c OFF t ..ow friendly rvfee.'Yourf orit8 BrG FRESH PASCAL. LADY FAIR SLICED WHIT .
E tl' ""t. ( 'canrfn'a two-w' ekvacation ,, ,
Starke. Florida : checker LGE
I.t: 't 2-' i; DUZ Det.mi I ,n Hawaii for two in CELERYiwmwmmmm STALK 9< BREAD 2l'v.z29VUICK ? < '
C ,
I QUEtN'SIZE, :r ? this nation-wide+ C901pe 01- t.: 1 .; : a

!NOTICE SONS- owERt APPEAHIXG OF AAMCB PSOPERTI OF ADANn01BD ,OF TO:PER.UK_' ,{1 1rur"u I [ E 1""O''O-: u"i, i S P a I ,, fR Et11 O"l MFRCHAN 1 S t t i = FREE .; : .:\ 4 t++ [Rfr: -- :*; ( 4 G f E E MEtCHANTS OO, f t E,t == l'

lIt..t'h Section 13 of1'.h. 8 S V Oman Stares; f Gretij Stsjnps V Open Stains ; 8 Cn, StlT-fS 6 5' G. a.S,am swith.tha .

Chapter mtttleJ Unclaimed"Florida Jlt Property-Floridiftatat Dwposiilun Act," notice*of*. 500 Ct.Purchase School of t$ II Wil'i the Purchase of Ii g J I' 1 l I m.the Purchase of f tI .- :* Wi'"it K p.'chSS. rdias of 1 Ib. Poly a '* *J ,1" ,' 'ifKth'tht PwreHaie of :
Bottles of '
is hereby gtvrti that the persons lOO'tBUFFERIN 18 Oz. lady Fair Vj 6 layer ipana fconamyiza Vahling Chopped or Pan Fries i 1 Lb. Qu listed below appear to be 'th. i' FILLER PAPER III 11'1 CHOCOLATE III i I Iii
owners of unclaimed pereon property' PN iunjt>il .
At Our Regular low Prices I. <=>0- ; "
abandoned. EXPIRES" 1-30-63 'At Our Regular I tow Prices At,Our At Our Regular Low'Pricei v..' At Our Re vt"low Prices: t OUT Regular lax Pncci; B* .
or-OIOMIOOI Adallne B Carnasion.Carnation. Starke.Fla W. W., ,ttRr'e11 '.. G ts1i1 [XPlilU.1-3Q.U. a : 1J.W.'I.J! I ; !] :1&i"'} EXTJRE3 1.I0-C3: 38 --\S"':'' EXPIRES., 1-90-63: 39'. 1\f.; ttfiHta' 1-30-63: f 40"j ..

r ;.;Rt.i-OHl-OOO)S,'Box 39J Cote, Starke, )Jrll., FU.Oscar ': ;) i1M& : J( ""' "' '' \1 Wi.w]2 ] .. !II.1mIM\'iM': 'ojW', ':!:' 1 tI.fQYJ\ = a f l'7.l ., '" I If' l *>tr*' :'"' ** J :
I ).)iOr M2 Joans Charley E.' A EASY TO USE : .J

t' SC03 Verdie-040C-000)Same II. Ward Bertha Ward\a.William Starke.E. B Millis M Fla.&-.i!!i DASH DETERGENT t GIANT 79 C ZEST r' OAe" "1 2.. BATH 4c| TIDE REDI 'PAK i3,, OZ. 35c CAMAY SOAP 0 L Bt1 2 C

Information n. '. 'c n'erbf1lg","'., the. FAST SAFE .' -- "1 ..'f", ., THE SOAP OF BEAUTIFUL C.. ,,d.l 1 _
nd the sad address Det CAMAY SOAP 2
Property P.'U be obtained REG. OC R EC. ." .'": LB. ,, EARS 31c
of by the any holder pxraoaa may possess- j '; KIRKS SOAP. .2. B I9cW* "'" ,FLUFFO. -. : 3 'r 75c .' J '. :
tog an interest Jo the property 1 ','# '1' .' .: ; : .. .. ; .!1f' THE FAMILY FAVORITE
by addressing' an inquiry to' A WASHING MIRACLE I DETERGENTIVORY .1 "f ,
Kay E. Greta State Oomptrolkra ; ... GETS THE DIRT OUT Y:TABLET DETERGENT ICED 33c :
Property Admlnbtrator.bandoned Division, Capitol, Tallahassee {i LIQUID 12.OZ. 35c LAVA SOAP 2 Jg 25c- CJ'. "
FloVtda. Be. ..aun to' ., SALVO "DETERGENT CT. 7,1 :
mention account number; name .. CREAMYLATHERINGIVORY
and address; as published in this DISHES AND GLASSWARE SHINE LEAVES CLOTHES SOFTER': <** **** ; .
notice. Ualeas proof of owner i
ship is presented ,to titer holder .'\ DOWNY SOAP // S\R t Dc :
12.i s ,
bj- March !#. 1"', the propertywill I JOY LIQUID : >b s IVORY FLAKES lMrF.3|= L,
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WYYYYYYi'TYYVTTYVTYTYl' by the hostess. turned after conducting a series TYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY ,-I I I t I S S 0 I S U METHODIST CHURCHSchedule leyan Service Guild in Fellow

WSCS Study Course of meetings last week at /- l or- ship Hall, 7:30: p.m.

LAWTEY Members of Grace Metho- the Baptist Church in Thai- HAMPTON .. d1J Home Demonstration 27 for week of Jan. WednesdayPrayer Meeting .

dist WSCS began their new man. Ga. While there he'visit- 1. ) Notesby : and Bible Study, 7:30: p.m.
at ed his mother. Mrs. Howe and II .. ; Sunday- Church School.
study book "Who Cares, 1 Thursday Junior Choir
87 Enxa Blanchard By MM. D.. .E. Hill.
the home of Mrs. Orville children spent the week with 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship Choir rehearsal and book

&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&A'4 Bumgarner Tuesday night of her mother, Mrs. Thrift, in I IMacclenny I II AAAAAAAAAAA4kAAL4AKAAjGuest DOROTHY ROSS 11 ,a.m. Snack Supper for M- study, 3:15: p.m. Primary Department -

Home Demonstration Club last week. Ten members and .. I Speaker Here Home Demonstration Agent YF 6 p.m. Youth Meetings, I story hour. 3:15 p.
two visitors took part with Mrs. SD.. Andrews and : 6:30 p.m. Mission Study clas-
At Church:
The Lawtey Home Demon directing.The children and Jimmy Moore of 11i Baptist ses, 7 pjn. Special feature of m. Chancel Choir rehearsal
Mrs. Bumgarner 11 I
stration Club met last Thurs- Rev. Sam Stewart of Jacksonville Hats off to 4-H MembersThe certificates: Marilyn McCrary:
Wildwood visited the W. Fred i 7:30: .
book is on home missionsand Missions Study 8 p.m. pjn.Zipper
day morning with Mrs. JohnC. who has .been guest Annual Recognition Pro- Mary Jane Dees, Betty Jo

Tye as hostess. All officers is very interesting arifl Moore family Friday to Sat- I speaker at. Hampton Baptist' gram was held Saturday afternoon Sapp. Gilda Graham, Brenda I TuesdayAnnual Fellow Notebooks $2.49 at
instructive.At urday. Miss Rachel Boyer of !
were re-elected at this meet- 4 Church for the last two Sundays at the USO with an Jones, Maxine Redding ship of the WSCS and Wes-! Bradford County Telegraph.
The Churches Jacksnvilie was Thursday overnight -'
ing with the exception of the i will 'also be here for attendance of 75 4-H girls Melody Cuttino. Kay Brewer, -
Grace Methodist: Sunday visitor of the Moore's.Monday I 1
president Mrs. Hiram W. Ben- both services this Sunday. parents and friends present. I Barbara Jo Parrish, Ernestine
School, 9:45: a. m. Morning and Tuesday visi- Radio Television
nett. who resigned. Officers j Morning worship services; I I Mrs. Vasco Forsyth, local I Lester, Martha Cleo Forsyth, Appliance -- --
Worship, 11 a.m. Evening Service tors of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ca-
for the coming year are: are at 11 a.m., following the< leader of the Southside Club Hilda Harrell, Carol Jean Cox,
President. Mrs. Eugene Pear- 7:30: p. m. MYF each sey and children were Rev. Sunday School hour at 10 'a. presented the awards to the : Debbie Hill, and Susan Fogg.

son; Vice President, Mrs. Robert Wednesday, 8 p.m. I and Mrs. Barry Vandeventer m., with evening worship service I SERVICE AT ITS BESTTrained
I of Daytona Beach. girls as Miss Dorothy Ross, :Mrs. John Greene showed
and son
I First Baptist: Sunday School at.7:30 following '
E. Lee; Secretary, Mrs. : p.m. Demonstration
Mr. Vandeventer was formerly Eii i I'I j Home Agent slides of other awards in club
10 a.m. Morning Worship. Union at 6:30
Training p.m.
John C
Treasurer Mrs.
.Tye; J called out the names. workNational Conferenceat
Training Union, 6:30: p. Pastor of the Presbyterian Membere of the WMU or; I I I
Paul L. Dinkins; Chaplain 7:30 Church in Starke. Kathy Casey Bob Veith, Indianapolis 500 I J Senior girls receiving awards Washington, D. C., State i Experts In Each Dept.
Service, church'met
Evening p.m.
Mrs. A. H. Harley; Hospitality m. expects to be back in mile race driver will presentthe Hampton Baptist i I for project work were: Council, Camp and a Swim
Meeting each at the church Tuesday eve-
Chairmen Miss Enza Prayer after being Champion Highway Safety I Cheryl Shealy Home Improvement II Party at Kingsley lake last
in few
school days i
Blanchard and Mrs. Hiram 7:30 p.m. a Program at Bradford High ning, Jan. 15. for a program I FOR QUICK I ,
confined with chicken pox. I I Project: Sandy Moore I lays
I home mission work.
Bennett. Rev. Charles Harvey of i on I '
School Auditorium Monday,t tI !
Sunday dinner guests of Child Care; Brenda Green During the program, mem-
I Jacksonville was guest speaker I I Charles Hicks program chairman II
Jan. 28, at 10 I
The program topic was and Mrs. B. E. Reddish were a.m. I Home Economics; Thelma bers took part in a candle I Home

"keeping furniture fit" and | at the First Baptist Church! Mr. and Mrs. Joe Davis, Mr. Mr. Veith is one of eight ; presented the program Knight, Electricity; Inger I ceremony "4-H Stewards of i
Miss Dorothy Ross demon- I last Sunday. Mrs. Harvey attended race drivers presenting the : on "Expansion for. an Enlarged Hansen Celeste CALL
j and Mrs. Jim Harper Mrs. Leadership; Light" and the Lawtey girls !
strated different methods, the services. They were I Nancy Geiger, and Frank Dor-i I program in secondary schools j Ministry.ftPersonals DeVoe. Foods-Nutrition. formed the chorus. \I

and types of cleaners to( use. I dinner guests of Mrs. John man and daughter, all of throughout the nation. Since j I Sunday visitors at the K. B I Junior girls receiving County Agent G. T. Hug- !! 964-7511 I I li

The usual sandwich lunch Brown. its introduction in 1954, it has a'I'I Appliances
Jacksonville.Mr. Watterson home were Mr. wards for project work : gins led the group in singing!
eon was enjoyed, supplementedby I Rev. L. T: Howe pastor of and Mrs. Paul Bennettand been viewed by more than 1 and Mrs. Frank Hardin of Bonnie Rosier and Elaine a few songs. :
dessert and coffee First Baptist Church. has re- 3,000,000 students. In addi- I
served Sunday afternoon I AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR
children spent ter Karen Lee and
tion the Jacksonville, and the C. L Clothing; After the program, Gall I I
has been
!' o, with Mr. and Mrs. G. program of Starke. Jeanette Griffis, Frozen Foods; of Ceremonies *
Cooper family McKinney Mistress I
: presented at military installa- Maytag .. Frigidaire Zenith
AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE L. Kersey and family in tions in the United States Mrs. Madison Lee of Long Regina Harrell, Home Econ- invited the girls to i -

964-2600 i Starke. William Patrick and abroad and before various Island, N. Y. was visiting hen" omics; Janelle Pollard, Rec- the punch table for refresh- GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UP
I Mr. and Mrs. this last week, due to the ill- reation; Phyllis Meng and I
and adult ---
civic groups. ments. 1.I
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I and children visited Mrs.Patrick's The ness of her grandmother Mrs. Mary Lou Cooper, Dress Re- iL"DIDN'T
program is a public
sister Mrs. M. S. J. H. Saxon. vue; Gail McKinney, Canning;
service of Champion Spark
DeWitt Jones Funeral DirectorS Williamson in Middleburg, Ramona Harrell and Sue
Registered in Plug Co. which was twice pre- Mrs. Mamie Mead returned
and Mrs. Lucille Padgett I Douglas. Electricity; Jewell
arke, Fla. sented the National Saf tyCouncil's I home recently after spending
''Doctors Inlet. Allen. Swine Delores Parrish.I
the holidays in Orlando Cocoa ; I f :
Public Service A- I
RENTAL SERVICES Mrs. Walter E. [Eddie Safety; Sharen Bryant and I .
has returned from ward for its efforts in the I and Oakhill with her: I IL ._. ....
Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches Smith I children and their families. Celita Bryant, Foods-Nutri-I .
of highway safety. It is .
area .
spending a few days under tion; Dottie Sue Kelley, A- .
treatment in the University sponsored locally by D & W) Jewel Packard of Oldtown _. .' .. .. ..t: ..
spent Sunday at the Lawton I chievement.The I \ ..
Gainesville. Auto Supply Inc. 1
Medical Center.
I Recent visitors of Mrs. John Mr. Veith has competed in Sadler home on Highway 301. following girls receivedIA1)4'J I ," "\ \ s' ..

G I L A S Q. That's Our Business r Brown were Mr. and Mrs. Os- six Indianapolis 500 mile Memorial Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Welshof I : '

u "If It's Glass We Have It" I car Perry and son Bobby of I Day races and was a- Orlando spent Sunday herewith :!c -
warded "Rookie of the Year' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. .
or Jacksonville.Mrs. I : .:
honors in his first attempt at Maxwell Mr. Welsh is MrsMaxwell's $ :4& _
FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S M. B. Jones of New ._ _
the Speedway.The brother. Mrs.Max- r- -.. : .
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myrna and her sister, Mrs. ..
GLASS CO.NOT public is invited to well is recuperating at home< I ... .
I Leila Tumblin of Jacksonville .i iI' I I f i ... .
I meet Mr. Veith, who will makea following a stroke last Mon- ... < > '
spent Tuesday of last week {{ l. ; :
( INC.) with Mrs. Effie Miner. personal appearance at D & day. Mr. and Mrs., Milo Mer- L.Utf'I..r\ ." I _ _-
"Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co." Pearle Whitnel of De- W Auto Supply Inc.. 416 E. rill of Hawthorne visited here I'rifJi4 .. .-

We Design Modern Store Fronts Mrs. Mrs. Brownlee Street, Starke, at 2 Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. .1 __
visited her sister
Just Mail Us A Pattern For land p.m. Monday, Jan. 28. 1963. V. J. Slade. Mrs. Slade and ., _
I George Roberts, last week. We I attendedthe : r
I Mrs. T. F.
Table Tops were happy to have her attend Starke : 'C_
I vvywyyYYVYYVVVVyyyyy'BROOKER antique show in c: .._ .I
1313 N. \V. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 I WSCS meeting. Sunday afternoon and visited :. \ I i ( .____'___ __ ___ _

Friends of Mrs. Sidney Han- Mrs. J. H. Saxon in the hos _

sen are sorry to learn that she ,. .
has pital.Miss
is confined at home. ,
By Shirley Green&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL&A Maggie Johnson returned I'

STARKE been seriously ill but is im to Hampton last week ._ _

proving. from Palatka, where she had r.1 Who knows tie doesn't. But ih: :coui-J:: i.; sure,

Miss Arthurine Blanchardof Mrs. H. O. Brown was the been staying with her sister. ",/
d2; ; if she paid by check: Her checkbook stub and
Miss :
BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO Jacksonville visited Saturday to Tuesday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mosher )J,

Enza Blanchard over the her daughter. Miss Iris Brown. and family spent last week- ,./"" .:) : cancelled check would show it. -.?,-., .

p weekend.Mrs. in Jacksonville.Mr. end in Perry with Mr. and -

REPAIRS AUTO SERVICEJ. Joyce Futch and Miss Floyd Smith.
and Mrs. Bobby Bran- Mrs. STOP WONDERING
Elizabeth Terry visited Mrs. nam and daughter of Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Had- DON'Tw IT : : START PAYING .

B. Wright Georgia Ann Sapp in Jacksonville sonville were the weekend dock and children of Jack- I WITH CHECKS, DRAWN ON USI I Imm

Earl's GarageALL at the home of her guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy nville visited here Sunday. I

SINCLAIR SERYICH son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Green and family. Mrs. Donald Slade and sons I

KINDS OF STATION and Mrs. Everett E. Burney.Mr. Mrs. Guy Pinholster of and Mrs. V. J. Slade were

Complete Auto Service and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs Jacksonville visited Mrs. Rosa shopping in Jacksonville or sTOO LATE

AUTO REPAIR WORK Tires Batteries-Accessories: I and children of Jacksonville Pinholster Monday afternoon. Tuesday last week. !

visited Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry Before the little woman gets FLORIDAOne
AU Work Guaranteed Lubrication Washing I,I Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Seay on
Dobbs and Mr. and Mrs. Wal- neck about the house
Phone 9692961So. and daughter, of Gainesville and children.have 'moved into your being*
542 Madison 969-2801 ter Wilkinson Sunday.On cold and drafty..before you're .. ._
were Sunday guests of Mr. of- up j -- '
the house next to\the post --- -- ... -
Walnut. Stark Saturday evening John- to your neck in snow..fix yourself I ; : ;T :
and Mrs. M. O. Harrell. are from Valdosta, m S" .tRJ1ii E

nie Tye, assisted by his mother Mrs. Guy Harrell Mrs. H. Ga.fice. They some low-cost storm windows out ofWarp's ) -- ---- ,._' ""' >0'__ u,._.____ -.'_ __..
Dodd's Service & gave a birthday party in C. Douglas, and Mrs. Iva FLEX-O-GLASS and get'em t 1
AUTO SERVICE of Teddy Bryan on his up. It's easy! Just cut with shears '
Douglas accompanied Ramona Soil Conservation !and tack over screens or frames. of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group
15th birthday. Dancing was
Auto Sales
Harrell, Dottie Kelley Debbie Only 29 foot
a running at
ydur Member Federal
the evening Deposit Corp.
Gilbert S. Brown enjoyed during and Sue Douglas, and Delores I N-E-W-S local hardware or lumber dealer. t
Rambler Sales & Service 'and the traditional birthday Parrish to the 4-H Club I

cake was served with fruit Pro- I By Bffl Baas
County-Wide Recognition _
Standard Oil Service REPAIRING .
I punch. Eighteen young people gram at the USO in Starke II,,;_ ------- -_ -: : ; : '.;; .:. :.. .f
ATLAS International Lifetime were present on this very Saturday.Mr. I Complete soil and water

TIRES & BATTERIES Mufflers pleasant occasion. and Mrs. Z. W. Hamil- conservation farm plans were
delivered to Howard Douglasand DIRECTORY I
FIRESTONE ton were weekend guests of 1 AREA BUSINESS !
Budget 7'emaad Servitt I Titus Olson. Titus has all
Mrs. Florrie Hamilton in
Phone 964-7071 Tirea, Batteries Accessories Esterbrook Cartridge and his farm in pasture. He has

Fountain Pens $1.95 $2.95 Bradenton.Mr. field fenced that he _. ._
407 N. Tenrj>le. Stark 528 S. Walnut 964-3861 each so .
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$3.95 at The TELEGRAPH. and Mrs. A. L. Green can control the grazing on" -, -- --- : .-- ---- _,_ -. .- ....,..
and Joe were weekend guestsof
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Mess- them. Controlling the grazingon Auto Electric ServiceAutomotive AUTO SALES SERVICE I CEMENT GARDEN SUPPLIES
pastures is very important.You .

more in Savannah, Ga. have heard folks say, "My Electric B & G Motors Co. Johnson & Fans Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham LINTELS WINDOW SILLS ,
and are not grow-
: clover
Jr. attended the Florida Poul- grass Service STEPPING STONES"If
ing out like they should." One CADILLACOLDSMOBILEF85HILIMAN Complete Line of
__ __ trymen's Exhibit and Conven- It's Cement We Cast It-
of the reasons is overstocking SEEDSFLANTS..IFERTILIZERS
-. tion in Lakeland Saturday. or no grazing controlin Repairs Our Specialty Sales and Service Cement
R d-Mill Corporation, of
e Starters Generators Ignition
other words, poor pasture use. 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 Precast Products Insecticide* Pet Supplies
which Mr. Bigham is presi- Regulators, Solenoids,
Keeping the pasture in a good PHONE 8767515Crane "We Rent Fertilizer Spreader
dent, had their Redi-Mill on Aramatures 2033 N. E. 27th Ave. Gainesville
PARENTS growing condition all year, is u 224 N. W. 8th Ave.
exhibition there. important. Howard is control- Water & Fuel Pumps Motor Co. PHONE 372-0958 PHONE 872-0476
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ed- Exchange Service on Starters

D & W AUTO SUPPLY INC. wards and daughters were his ling woodland the undesirable so that the trees pine in and Generators LARK ANGLIA- CONCRETE PRODUCTS Gainesville, Fla. -

weekend guests of Mr. and trees will have more room to Wholesale Retail ENGLISH FORD LADIES WEAR 1

Mrs. Earl Green at Lake Win- 620 S. Main Gainesville MERCEDES BENZ -VOLVO I INSIST THAT ALL YOUR ,
proualy presents, famea mmauapous rwe Urlrt.J'BOB grow. We were sitting in a
PHONE 372-6990
nott.Mr. pick-up truck watching a Authorized Sales & Service CONCRETE PRODUCTS Cherry'sGainesville's
VEITH and Mrs. J. R. Mott and -<1 1
bulldozer clear an a- ARE THE BEST FROM
of up "Complete Service for AU Most Fashionable

who/ will present a special program for your sons and danglers in -' sons Mrs. Brook were Perryman Sunday guests in Gainesville rea when Howard remarked. AUTO BRAKES Slakes" Address For Ladies ,

"I find in the long run it Edwards Building DRESSESSUITS4JATSMATERNITY
radford School Auditorium Jan. 506 E. University Ave. 1
High 28 10 A. M.
is better to give the pine Hull's Brake WEARACCESSORIES
Dwight Godwin of New Supply Inc.
PHONE 872-4343 Supply 1
on help to get them started. ,
Mr. Veitli will specs ;rom experience "'i ork, and Mrs. Ozena Mc- ,
$ Removing weeds,vines, shrubs, "BRAKE SPECIALISTS"For Gainesville, Fla. 105 W University Gainesville
Callister and Mrs. Iris God-
Is No Accident"This or trees of poor form or less Car Truck 726 S. Main-372-4844 II
"Highway Safety win of Gainesville were visit- desirable or Inferior speciesto Every or VOLKSWAGENSalesServiceParts Gainesville, Fla MUSIC SUPPLIESNew
ing Mrs. Rosa Pinholster Mon Turning" Grinding Relining
has been presented to 2.000,000 improve the growth of desirable While You Wait and Used I
Highway Safety prograia. BOW a ks sixth year. I. woodland II
students more than 2.000 high sdfooh in 48 states. Developed by the Champion day.John Green, son of Mr. and trees is a Care- 1314 S. Main Gainesville Miller-Brown Motors ELECTRIC MOTORS PIANOS !

Spark Plug Company in the public interest this program has received the Public Service Mrs. A. L. Green made theDean's conservation practice. 872-1497 GUlTAItSDRUMSS11EET !
Award of the National Safety Council and has: been honored editorially by the Saturday the must be taken to l ave a few Inc.PHONE MUSIC 't
List during past
Evening Post. It has had the full support of educators, / -v food and den trees in the a- 872-8332 Electric Motor
13w enforcement authorities and civic leaders everywhere.. / X semester in the College of En- rea so that wildlife will have AUTO RADIATORS 1030 E. University Ave. Budget Terms I

and has been acclaimed as an outstanding means of impressing / > gineering at the University of food and cover. Gainesville Repair Co. Lillian's Music Store I
teen-agers with Highway Safety. While Bob Veith is ( Highway Safety Florida.
a top race driver. he spends far more time on the nation's Parties I was talking to Otis Leach Butler's Radiator "Gainesville Leader" :i
highways driving 35.000 miles a year to present the High065111$ Withway Birthday J. R. Wainwright Raymond DODGFD-\RT OF GAINESVILLE, INC. Since 1933 ,;
Safety From his unparalleled motoring Robin Parrish was entertained Brown a- 'a
program. Hixon and Howard Service COMPLETE ELECTRIC 112 S. E. First Gainesville
experiences, he brings to teen-agers a personalized safety A GOOD Driver In on his eighth birthday bout clover. Otis says his clover DODGE TRUCKS I

message they long remember. \ A Safe car with a part yat his home given is coming out. but slow.J. Most Modern Cores In Stock Sales USED-Parts CARS-Service TOO :MOTOR \

by his mother, Mrs. Lee R. feels the cold weather Repairs All Cars Tracks SALES AND SERVICE MOVERGainesville

4 Parrish. Saturday afternoon. hurt the new clover bad. Ho- National Trailer Rental Poole-Gable Motor 5 "Distributor of {
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Games were enjoyed and ward tells me his old clover 519 S. W. 4th Ave.. Gainesville 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. GainesvOl:e New Lincoln Motors" MayflowerLOCAL
refreshments were served to PHONE 872-8318 I
looks hard and is not grow-
PHONE :372- ,. the guests ing. Raymond just finished: 1030 S. Main. Gainesville AND' LONGDISTANCE
Mrs. Earl Green entertained planting his clover. Automatic TransmissionsONE MOVING .

for her niece, Cherie Hinton The other day I came upon AUTO SALES & SERVICE I Storage And Crating |!

on her seventh birthdayat I Leslie Whitehead checking LINCOLN. 3IERCURY DAY SERVICEALL FARM & INDUSTRIAL Gainesville Phone 378- :H I II
I the Community Center over his tools. He took that MAKESREPAIRAND I

Ii Monday afternoon. big cigar out of his mouth and POMET -'FIAT METCOR EXCHANGE Central Tractor Co ROOFING .. !

Z1UlP1J! i I Several games were enjoyedby I we talked about irrigation Authorized Sales Service- ', ;

:: j the 22 guests and refresh-I, water management. The Soil Parts Gator Automatic Ford FORD Fanning TRACTORS Implements The* ROOFING Helzel Co. !.
Trained 1echaD1es-Good
ments of birthday cake, ice I Conservation Service has developed \
Transmission Service
Agricultural Industrial SHEET METALS
cream and punch were served irrigation schedules Used Cars
Complete Service & Parts Dept. I
--- f Out of town guests were so that you can apply water INC. poNDmoNnra i
David Vickery, and Debbie I according to the moisture- Barkley Motors G od Used, Equipment No Job Too Large Or Too Small i
BOB VEITH 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.] 4488 N. W. 6th. Gainesville 202 S.-E. 4Ut-st. Gainesville
and Sandy Vaughn of Gaines- holdmg- capacity of ybur'soils. l
ville. 615 N. Main, Gainesville Gainesville PHONE 372-037) :t PHONE 876-5130 PHONE 872-1491 _



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