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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 31, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME EIGHTY-FOUR STARKE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JAN. 31, 1963 THIRTY-ONE:
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\ C RO I" M Repair Exec.The During January

j .' ItI + JOGAPH, ) : : Requires EffortEnticing Project DiscussedCouncil

former president of a January had ten mornings:

1 r j JEPE1P now defunct South with low of I
Florida readings
freezingor
I new industry is a of the town's central The feasibility of an over- than the '

2 home repair company was fiercely competitive proposi-J business district. below, according to recordsat pass walk-way across. U.S._301_ I one requir- I
placed on four-year the Frost Warning Service Sells I
1 probationin tion and requires all-out, unified Johns commended the at Bradford County High ed here.rowers
Union County Circuit Court.this station here.
community effort. This chamber's executive-manager, School will be studied by the Powers said the structure

I week. Charged with grand advice was given to Starke R. H. Mclntire.: on his part Lowest reading was on Jan State Road Department, a would have to be built to
z a larceny, he was also orderedto businessmen and officials in the successful completion 25 when the mercury sank to Parking MetersTo joint meeting of city and Federal specifications, sinceit I

n I Lmii make restitution of money Wednesday night by Millard of new buildings for the Brad- 21 degrees. Much lower temperatures county officials was told here would be over a Federal

he allegedly took from a Lake Noblin of the Industrial Department ford County Fair Association had been predictedfor Tuesday. highway, and would conse-

r Butler transaction.J. man. in a building of the Florida Development during 1962. Johns said the that date, but failed to Beach FirmMeeting Road Board member Ralph quently be more expensive .

i ( 4 E. Lowe Commission. The new buildings assured the materialize.The Powers of Lake City told the than it might ordinarily be. '
president of occasion was the 16th annual success of the fair effort, and month was ushered in group that he would have the Powers had previously said

Modern Improvements, Inc. a* banquet of the StarkeBradford predicted that this annual with four cold mornings in a in special session department's traffic and plan- that the Road Department i

the time of the transaction, County Chamber of Commerce event would grow into one of row. The low was 25.5 degreeson Tuesday night Starke's city ning division come to Starke would want to know whether
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pleaded nolo contendre [no in the Starke Elemen- the outstanding fairs in North Jan. 1; 25 on Jan. 2, 26 council agreed to sell their and survey the situation, reporting the School Board intended to

__ contest] to the charge. tary School cafetorium. Florida. on Jan. 3, and 24 on Jan. 4. 136 no longer needed parking on the need and continue use of the USO build.

t : State Attorney T. E. Dun- Noblin pointed out that the Preceding the dinner, group Other readings in the 20's meters to the Brown Meter soundness of the proposed overpass ing, across u.s. 301 from the
.. ____i:4. can said that Lowe had contracted Company of Jack sonville
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[ Bradford County Development singing He estimated the cost
--- -- was led by George T. were 26 on Jan. 9, 26.2 on school, before reaching a decision I
I To Public in June of 1960 to Authority is competing with Huggins. Jan. 22, and 25 or Jan. 24._ I Beach for a tentative average to be around 50000. on the overpass. \
I Open build two homes for Jimmie
14,000 similar groups throughout -"-' "-- .-. .. price of $17.95 each-a total At the request of the Starke- School Superintendent H. P.
Whitehead of Lake Butler, the U. s., and more than : .._ ;.'It of $2,441.In I Bradford County Chamber of Morgan said that he saw no

and accepted $6,000 in payment 300 in Florida itself. He said : ";: selling the used metersat I Commerce Road Committee a
; that the school
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\ County Science Fair for one of the homes. the county should not be discouraged 'h'. 'T .. .... ,, that price the city is inking meeting was held here at could discontinue use of the

I The foundation for this house if its efforts to attract .; ". ;..., <.'01. a loss of $5,039 from the noon, attended by membersof USO building in the foresee-

Set was laid, but the job was industry are unsuccessful ....,"1 t?". -.,,",', t-11'_,' $7,480 paid for them new. The the City Council, Bradford able future. He said the school
i Today And Friday never completed, Duncan said. at first. It is often a long- '",' ... meters cost the city approxi- County Commission, and keeps growing each year, and

Circuit Judge George L. time effort, he said, requiringthe .- mately $55 each when new, County School Board. All that the USO serves some
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\ Bradford County's Fourth Patten ordered Lowe to make : and the city has not even expressed'
Pigment Cell. The project expenditure of much time, f.... groups opinion purposes better than regular
Annual Science Fair will take shows why frogs change color restitution o $4,900 to effort and money. He said ,". finished paying for them yet, that the overhead walkwaywas classrooms would such as
place this Thursday and Fri- due to Whitehead at the rate of that "" City Clerk Merrill Edwards needed but definite
different pigments in new industry must be no for DCT classes, adult educa-
I day, January 31 and February their skin. Mike was a local $150 a month. Lowe paid actively solicited, and that this (_ ;' said. committments of financial tion classes, supervisory offices -

1. in the BHS Auditorium, according and regional science fair Win- $1,000 to Whitehead at the should be done by personal 1' Forty-three of the meters assistance were made. etc.
to Science Instructor conclusion of the trial. contacts. will sell for $20 each because said that in several
ner and also went to the State .'I Powers Morgan said the proposed
I Richard Jockel, director of I Fair in Pensacola.The The speaker praised the \ they are a year younger than instances where overpasses overhead walkway would be

) the event. Bradford Fair this year Hearing Favors Chamber of Commerce for the remaining 93 which will have been built the Road Department an excellent solution to the

The Fair will be open to will include projects from Law- being among the first in flor- go for only $17 each once the has paid half of present hazard of students

the public from 6-8 p.m. today tey and Hampton making it a Toll-Free CallsIn ida to complete its commun- deal with the company is made the cost, with the other halt crossing busy UJ3. 301 at intervals

and 3-7 p.m. 'tomorrow, county wide project. Judgesfor ity audit and get it into the final. Council agreed to sell being underwritten by local during the day. He

Jockel said. Shown above with this year's fair are Mrs. N. Fla. AreaThe hands of the Florida Develop- i % __ the old meters now if they interests. He said he was bas- said school officials would

Jockel [left] is Mike Hitch- Charlene B. Upton, Baker ment Commission. He said could, rather than wait to see ing his estimate on the cost make it mandatory for stu-

cock with his senior division County High School: Mrs. j this would be a great help in : if a city with parking meters of an overhead walkway on dents to use the overpass by

project "Chromatophore-The Marie Woodley. Union Coun- Florida Railroad & Pub- placing factual information in fr still in use would pay a bet- Atlantic Boulevard in Jack- maintaining fences on both

ty High School, and Tom lic Utilities Commission, at a the hands of interested indus- ter price.In sonville, which ran 60000. sides of the highway so there

Rowland, Lake City Junior hearing in Gainesville Wed- tries. the only other action at This was over a six-lane high- would be no other way for

,, Alachua Bond College. nesday, looked with favor on "Your job is to evaluate the meeting County Commis- way and is somewhat longer them to cross.

Winners of the Bradford a proposal for toll-free direct your industrial opportunitiesand sioner George Roberts appeared County Commission Chair-

Science Fair will go to the dialing for North Florida be sure that you have : a to request that the city 1 man J. C. Prevatt said the

: Money May Buy regional in Live Oak March Telephone subscribers in this everything in readiness to M' council seek several sites on overpass was & good idea, and
Meters Taken
7 and 8 and will be awarded area. move when the time comes to .. which a new armory could be that the board would cooper-

ribbons for their part in the Commission Chairman Ed negotiate with a prospective ___ __ erected. Roberts said he has ate to the extent of its ability-
local fair. Mason said the proposal ap industry the said. contacted State Adjutant Gen- Randal
speaker Mayor Chitty said
U. S. 301 R-of-W% Elementary students will pears to be good for the area Noblin said that Industrieson eral Henry McMillan of the From Streets the overpass. would solve one '

view,the projects, during'school and it probably will be approved the move,are primarily:Interest -. t't .J3qrida 1 .National': Guard about I I of the city's major safety j
I Friday .' The senior division after the commissionhas d" l In an adequate labor a new armory because of the problems. "We have taken
The Alachua County Commission bad time to study it fur increased size of the Guard Starke's 129 parking meters
projects will be displayed in supply, a favorable tax structure every precaution possible to
a bond issue may funds have to to dip into the lobby of the auditorium ther.Under and room for future THIS ONE WASN'T RA]BID, but three others were. unit to be located here. "bit the dust" Wednesday afternoon insure the safety of our child ,'
providean
estimated to and the junior division. on the proposal, North growth and expansion. Jack Trawick of the Health Department shows fox that He said he was told that when members of the ren at the crossing, but I am
$450,000 $500- stage. Florida Telephone subscribersin Jerome Johns Chamber of no federal funds are availableat city's crew removed the heads afraid that later, in
sooner or
came up to home on Browi dee Road, but tested nega-
000 for right-of-way to four-
High Springs Alachua. present with which to build and cut the posts off at side-
Commerce president, called spite of all our efforts, some
lane 27 miles of U.S. 301 tive for rabies. Three otl ler animals! killed In the
; Brooker, Waldo, and Melrose armories but that Starke is walk level with an acetylene
attention to the 1963 serious accident will
1 through the county. State To Buy programof Southeastern part: of the coi mty, have been found posi- occur
would be able to dial directlyto work. Included the one of six Florida cities slat- torch. there."
p among tive for rabies however,
Members of the commission
,
Gainesville and to other 12 major points were: 'd to be. considered when Four posts in every block Police Chief Bill Rosser

who have been study Green Cove exchanges within a 25-mile Support and assist in obtaining In Bradford funds do become available in were left for use later in a said the situation is worse

ing the problem with Alachua radius without paying a long new and adequate County about two vears. But, General possible beautification projectfor here than in the average

County engineer Roy Miller, NavaBase/ distance toll. Increased costsof quarters for our public library. McMillan to.d Roberts a suit- the downtown business [Continued on Page 5]

said the use of bond issue providing the service would Advocate and support con- able site on which to locatean district. The Chamber of

funds tive:! to was boosting the only the alterna-county's The State of Florida will be compensated for partly by struction of a new county Three Rabi<:d Animalsst I armory is a prerequisite to Commerce is exploring pos- 'Nowhere Road'

proposed rate increases rang- courthouse for Bradford Coun- any city being considered for sibilities of mounting some
buy the deactivated Green
I property tax levy about 5.6 ing from 75 cents to $2. ty. one, and at least 10 acres is kind of metal container on
Cove Springs Naval Base for Killed In PaThree 10 Being Paved
mills take of
to rightofway ,
care Daysanimals
No opposition was registered required by the army. The top of the remaining posts to
site for Assist Federal State I
and
favor $621,400 as a possible
costs. They seemed to -
to the proposal although commissioner also said that be used as planters for shrub- I
new industry, or a state institution governments in obtaining and Alter Years
A the of bond funds
use by Otto Wettstein m, presidentof I rabid animals have that come out in the under the terms of the lease bery and flowers. Details of
time for Gov. Farris Bryant constructing a new armory for
the
redeeming -
extending
North Florida Telephone, in hours.A of the present armory owner- this plan are yet to be work-
thus announced Monday.Site the expanded National Guard. been killed in the Bradford open daylight The highway once knownas
the
bonds testified that the company ship of the building will revert -, ed out. If it is not carried
of the Navy's one-time County area during the past rabid fox was killed at "the road that goes no-
costs Promote and
spreading right-of-way would lose money on the pro- a one-day eve- back to the city when a through, these posts will be
"moth ball fleet," the base Theressa and another fox, where is welj! on its way to
over a longer period. posal. He said the company ning Strawberry Festival at ten days, moving the Brad- new one is erected. removed also.
The 301 four-laning through was abandoned last year. severely the fairgrounds during straw- also believed to be rabid made a final destination.
,
must invest an additional ford County Health Depart- Starke is fourth or fifth in Thus ends the saga of Soon it will link State Road
crimping the economyof
Alachua County would extend and $166,573& in equipment and berry harvest season. ment to renew its warning to its escape. A rabid coon was line for a new armory at pres- Starke's much cussed and 121 at with U.S.
Green Cove Springs Macclenny
27 miles, from the Bradford [Continued on Page 51] Work toward the beautifica- the public to avoid all wild killed at Silver Lake, and discussed parking meters.
301 at spanning A
its
During
surrounding area. Continued Page 5] Maxvilie
County line through Waldo I [ _on._ _
I and Hawthorne to Island activation, the base afforded another rabid coon was killedon distance of 'about IVt miles,

-,, Grove at the Marion County jobs to several residents of the east side of Santa Fe '>'# "f'..'.d.-.'. and forming another important -
Starke and Bradford County, Cagers Top Tough Tigers ;. .'" "feeder" for already-busy
line Construction is expected Lake. All three of these were .Jo.Y, ,
to begin later this who were within commuting ', y: :
_ year distance. identified positively for rabies 7) '. t 301.The "nowhere road" got its
with full-scale work underway
-. QQ ?. Bryant said the state by the State Board of Health. iI nickname from Baker County
along the entire length
-I in 1964. could: have bought the property 54-50 In Impressive Winbegin Another fox, killed Sunday citizens during the administration -

During a visit to Starke this for less money had it been when it came up to a houseon of Gov. LeRoy Collins
governmentrestrictions when it was halted at a dead-
willing to accept
week Road Board Member Brownlee Road, was reported -
end, several mile! east of (
its future use.
on
I Ralph Powers of Lake City "I said we'd beat some good ter on a lay-up by Captain the third over-time pe-| negative for rabies

f gave an encouraging report By paying the price asked, he teams before the season was Chuck Moore. But Lake City's riod. The Tornado captain when the body was taken to Macclenny. I
of the connectinglink
do Paving
said, the state can any-
over," Bradford High Cage"Mentor Ed Moore, an outside shoot- sank two gift shots to put his .
IPi (Continued on Page 5] thing it wishes with the pro- Jacksonville Monday. It is not which has been authorized .
Erwin Land said of ing artist, pumped in two team ahead 50-48 with 1:59 ,
perty, including sale to a private the animal cam t during the administration -
known why
industry. I his team's 54-50 win over points to run the game into to go. But Lake City's Brant .,.. .- of Sen. Charley E. Johns I
_ tough Lake City Saturday overtime. At the close of the Houston came back with one up to the house in daylight :;< of
: TURKEY Bryant said the site lends Starke, while serving as
night, "Well, that was one of initial overtime the scare minute left with a basket hours unless it was suffering I!tu acting was halted by
itself to any one of a numberof governor
them." stood at 48-48, there was no from the corner to tie the other
uses if it isn't sold for an from distemper or some the Collins road board.
_ DINNER I industrial site. It could be The victory was by far the score in the second overtime, score again at 50-all. malady. When hard-surfacing was
L most impressive for the Tor- and at the end of the thirdit Then with just 12 seconds authorized by the Johns administration
i used for a state prison. men-
The Health Department reports -
Feb. 7 nadoes this season since the was 54-50, Starke. left Starke's center, John i-1 the road
Thursday, tal hospital, or other state institution was
\ or for park purposes Tigers were runners-up for Richard Hobbs, Starke's Williams, outscrapped a host that 12 dogs and four little more than a trail used

5toSP.M. I he said. the state cage crown last plucky ball handling guard. of Tigers brought the ball off cats, exposed to the rabid an- ... .- mainly by pulpwood trucks \:

- I St. Mark's Episcopal Residents of Green Cove I year and lost only two boys broke the tie in the first the floor, and sank a long imals,.are now under quaran- 1I- During dry weather, vehiclei I
4 from that squad. Lake Cityis over time with a field goal to I jump shot to put Starke ahead got stuck in the
raised objections, however, tine and are being observed. frequently j
Parish House also the probable favoritein put Starke ahead two points, for good 52-50. Chuck ,
sand and rainy wea-
made to during
when overtures were Parents are urged warn .
$1.50 the District Tournament to and Chuck Moore added Moore fouled again
Adults: several months ago for use of .I a was once their children about playing ther the mud was equally bad. I
- Children: 75c the base by the state as a be played here February 28; basket to make it 45.41. But; 'with only two seconds remaining with any wild animal thatappears i ; The Johns road board pav-

. -i' minimum security prison. and March 1 and 2. the Tigers got three points; and he sank his sixth during daylight hours |: i ed four miles of the stretch z

: Sponsored By said that if. "I dont know much to say back on a free throw by Jim l straight free throw of the overtime and seems to be tame. \I:11 before Collins took office in
The Governor about a like that" Land Brewer and field goal by to put the Tor-, '
canal game \ a periods Jack Trawick of the local IIIww |! 1955. Work was stopped then
St. Mark's, Woman'sAuxiliary the cross-state barge said happily, "It was a fine George McColskey to make it nadoes ahead 54-50. health department says this I : I 'on the remaining 3% miles

: __ project is approved the waterfront over-all team effort, but I 45-44. The upset was a stunning is the most serious outbreak I : I mostly in Duval county] because -
at the base
I area I thought we were going to Tornado senior Billy Dow- blow to the Tigers who had Collins maintained it
of rabies during the winter !
would be extremely valuable.! have to spend the night in ling then sank a free throwto beaten Starke 52-29 in a pre- months that he has seen dur- "J wasn't a high priority job ,,

PUBLIC INVITED The property contains 181 Lake City before we beat make it 46-44, Starke, but Christmas game. ing his 20 years In health -- .' Since 1955 Baker County
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1 I buildings, a nine-hole golf them." the Tiger's Ed Moore again Captain Moore was the work. -- officials tried, with little success

I course, four bowling alleys, Land was referring to the i came through with a 30 foot scoring star for the Tornadoeswith Toy Poodle Pups Fit In Tea CupMrs. I until last year, to get the I'

. three swimming pools, a 240- three nerve racking overtimesthe I shot to tie the scare at 46-alL 22 points, eight of them project completed. The Duval

This Space Contributed seat theatre, and a chapel. two team had to play out Starke's Chuck Moore then coming during the three over- BradfordUnionSing Elva Scott of Keystone receiving for previous pups in County Commission seemed [

II There is space to house 1,400 before the Tornadoes finally added two more free throws, times. John Williams had 13 Event Set Heights is shown displayingher this area. When full grown disinterested in obtaining !

Weekly to Publicize persons In five barracks, quarters won. The score at the end of but the Tiger's Moore again 'points, Richard Hobbs 8, Harold three six-weeks-old pure-! the dogs will not be over sev- right of way so the road could i

_ Community Events by I i for officers, and 3,000 the regulation game stood at evened the score 48-48 with Bishop 6, and Billy Dow- The Bradford-Union SingIng bred registered toy poodles en and a half inches tall, Mrs. be widened from the dead end !

i persons can be fed in mess 41-41. another long jump shot to end ling 5 to finish out the tal Convention will meet at which are still small enoughto Scott says, and will probably into MaxvUle. Baker Count-

I The CommunityState facilities on a three-shift ba- The Tornadoes won the contest the first overtime. lies. The five players playedthe Laura Baptist Church at 2 p. be easily fitted into the tea ians complained that Duval \

__ : sis. It has classrooms to accommodate in the finest of styles as With the scoreless second ,. entire ballgame and all m. Sunday, Feb. 3, for a pro- cup in the photo here. average must four weigh to five less than pounds.10 even refused to maintain the
They
i 5,000 students. a overtime tension to three overtimes for the locals. dirt road between
I they gradually overcame building grom of gospel singing. Eve- Mrs. Scott plans to sell the narrow the

Bank Bryant said the propertywas 16-6 first period deficit to go an even higher pitch, Starke's The Tornadoes ,also scored ryone interested is urged to three pups for around $100 pounds to be considered in the pavement's end and US. 301. !,

worth at least $3 million.I I ahead late in the fourth.quar- Chuck Moore was fouledtotion, .Continued on Page 61 attend .-,-, ..each, the amount'she lias been.'toy_class..: ._.,...-. :.., !O'. continued on Page 51] I

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PAGE TWO ', RADFORD COUNTY TELEG1IAPfl STARKE.. FLORIDA THURSDAY; JA.V7 31, 1963
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Sen. and MrsvIL W. Mathewsof 67FormerResident I II talked to him and we have sOl NOTICE OP APPLICATION
JI I C. J. Frazier Roy Duggins DEED
FUR TA\ {
Cordele, Gal eni the week- I much in common. So I do believe !'1". 19 us: r.e.
; end with Mr. and Mrs. Eldeu God sent us women in \
75 I XOTU'E IS HEREBY GIVEN I
:Mathews. J -. Services the I service so we could under !
Of Starke that Effie Nicholson the holderof
t Mr. and Irs. J. W. Rith j stand the heart of the Vet- tht' fallowing certificates bat :

were iq: Tallahassee Thursdayon. Held SundayClarence I erans. You see, this poor fellow filed :aid certificates fr a tax t
Roy Duggins. 6,7, a former! deed to be it'8ue4 thereon. Tht i
I {: OLAPTB MOOTY PHONE M4-4651 business l and visiting Miss winter resident of f : tarke.! | had been locked up as I certificate numbers and year> "
I Barbara volley at FSU. !had been. "Not because he and, of i issuance, the description 01 \
'= Joseph Frazier 75. died January 14 at his homein AOltf the |property, and the names in
? : .. _. I Mrs. Mahler and l, Jpi'll Pttrqess were idiots," he said but! .
( 1 Margaret died Friday morning at his Hollywood, Fla., where he ;,,1 which it was assessed:! are a>

. (>: -....: home Byron this Terwillegar weekend from will be Mrs. Willis Dyal underwent J. ;. Austin have been admitted home in Graham after a sudden had lived for the past five -Box 104, Sulphur Springs, Ind :because of scarcity of room follows: Xo. 14. Year of 18slianct' Urertificate (.
The eye surgery in Baptist Me- I as patients in Tyus Con- Mr. Dug'gins 'was a ':and any sad and grieving person -! iA57.Deseripthn; ;

f ". M Bolles School in Jacksonville. ,. morial Hospital last Thurs-. valescent Home. illness. years. of ]if I take !| is protected. So you who! of Property LotS| i iID. !
He rhe&e days winteri wnen dog Gabby
; are my
lAdiajia.
: : Mr. Frazier. was born. May native of Selena, ; S D f Law j
11 Oils ley
If iss. *f4jy gatherjne Wainwright u> *>>> j,
day.Miss Mr. and Mrs. Proctor Snow !5. 1887 ,in Delaware,-Ohio and was a member of the First*I here the "White Silence" the I'walking, if I run as he runs.(!read' this and come in contact[ Name in which assessed J. I..
I( ;:: of FSU wa home for Jane Adams! .will spend! of Dublin, Ca.... iU be weekend Baptist Church, the American i icy walks," the -wind cutting :i[: feel the weekend*! the weekend with Miss Janice Mrs. L. had lived at Graham for All! of said property being in .
of Mr. and and
guests D.I sympathy compassion
' Masonic face and clothing. not dizzy. SQ Gabby and I run I
Legion, and the lat I ones the County of Bradford State \
1r.anl1\1.rs V. E. Prior to his retirement -
Dowling
; Vickers in Brunswick..Ga. manv vfars. Jesus had. There
Vming. I Lodge. i plan at trip. II'J:and laugh. Whoopee! are so many I of FlorilllLrnle
i _.. and daughter pf Jacksonville Gus Kopelousos, son' of Mr. Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long I several; vpars !-'!O. "hew t 8 such ('ertiCit ate ore, 4tificates
heldat Another thing happened. thousand of boys-the finest,!
; Funeral services J .
? bn'iM were fchall be redeemed a*
were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. George Kopelousos. s manaeer o 3 \n?
spent the weekend in. Bacpn- 3 on I6.t theWadngtoi These are the days!! of white .First, this is a good town andpeople grandest young men once who cording to law the propt'rtde !
lJan.
: and MfS--Wesley Andrews. sucplv business in Sfcrke.; Hew p.m.
will Bachelor of In certificate or.
such
recejve a with scribed i
.s Ga.
I ton and Albany, soft falling snow;
nice but do not Those
in _are went to war. gal
{ Funeral Chapel } away .
'ertifi att' will be sold to 'hej
Mrv and Mrs. C. L. Cooper Science degree from the University a member of the First
thin-frosted
friends and the ;
i relative* when
Hollywood with Rev. William! Days drop in to see how you feel or lant brave young men especially highest bidder at the court
4 t and son were visiting relativesin of Tampa on Feb. 1.) :Mrs. Carrie Ward returned Methodist Church of Starke. winds cutting thru huu-t'': door on the first Mondavu -'
has throat
if one cut ones or
Cross City on Saturday He is a major in business ad- i from two weeks' visit Surviving: his, wife, Ruth Pardner, pastor of the First with of the Air Force, I knew trIbe Moni'i' of March. 196:::. whie.u]
razor -
Monday
Stab everywhere a
shot head' off. (I have :*
Baptist Church, officiating. your !: God's finest and I loved 18 the 4th day ot March. 19$
and in Lake City on Sunday. ministration. : '!with her cousin Harry Fqrd, Smith Frazier, of Graha'p1; services edge sharpness. buried both kinds.) Now Ponca Dated this 24 day of January
I Mr. and Mrs: R. O.Dansby Charl M- Frazier. Military were con ::1 them every one. I to them war 1961.:
Miss Sara Ann Osborne.|in Lakeland. one son. when the sun's warmth t
ducted'bY World War I Bar-,I Days was different. :I had lots of I ila and angel and Duchess CHARLES A. DARDY. J
., ...... visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.| i Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomson I' Miami; a brother. Matthew, West Hollywood -, t dissolves in chilled blue. visitors when I went there. Clerk of Circuit Court o$
racks No517 of Village
let not call them the -
Andrews in Jacksonville on N. Osborne of the State Farm,.j and family of Monticello :Mra ;James FraZIer, Miami: and i These are the nights when But I guess a poor'grieving, ill; us Bradford County Florida. {
followed by Masonic: idiot. Let us not forget. 1-31 4t 2-21: ,
I ,....:... Sundays and. ,HfU'old Tyus. son' of. Mr...1 John W. Griffin of Oehtochnee.ftGa. Roister, Mrs. George. Chess_ I gray lace of. storm .clouds ex-WAC, just out of the Vet

; .. C.' .Jf' Cooper of Chiefland and Mrs. H., K.- Tyus tot'! ., and Mrs. F. F. Stump pf Urbana? Ohio.Fu1eral graveside Memorial rites Gardens.Mr. in. Hollywood I' Cradle the stars, with a forecast erans Hospital where they had; But now because I have fount -

wa.s the guest last week of dea '.11 5 i Starke visited Mr. Stump in services were held another person in town who icorxxv jrnoR's! f'O.-nT4
Btarke .were on the j is survived bj of snow: her locked up, should( be ablE
....; Mr. and Mrs. C. I.'. Cooper. academic list at Florida Squ-, I St. Vincent's Hospital on Sun- at 2pm. Sunday,in Jones' Duggins Mrs. Carolyr I I t Nights when white silence of to take care of herself I had 3 L understands I pray for him,. I> A: >D Foil BH4UFORU.\.
his daughter, cotn'f'LOItID.:
Wesley Andrews entered the them College. in Lakeland,, i,iday. Mr.. Stump, who. baa bp nI Mppiorial Chapel 'wtfl :Rev, shadows spreadingFar been here almost two and one 4 and although I do not see hiir In re. Estate of

I = University Medical Center on 'having compiled a B-plus average -I I confined in the hospital ,for, John R. Brabham: officiating,: Christie T of Hollywood.. I : into space a nebulous halt months. I got to I did nol.: often my thoughts and prayers Ethel R. Parks, d..ea-std.

Tuesday for observation and. or better during th
I : treatment.I first semester. I and treatment, returned home. :, Cemetery under direction oj) Gerry Gibson I Memory is bright with the I heard a shuffling sound or I courage to get out and not be Ethl R. Parks, deceased, at..

: Mr. and Mrs. 'Ed Bagwell JEWELRY' HALF PR1)CE) Wednesday. j DeWitt C. Jones Funeral ]Receives Pegre.e I wisdom of knowing the- sunporch- and I- went to'so afraid_ and_ take_ this_ trip hereby notified claims and or required demand'.,
:. and son of St. Petersburg I Mrs. J. H. Fields spent the Home. 1 to the Holy Land in March file any
.SALE at lull inoa. Streams beneath ice safe the door. There stood a tall, which they may have again
= spent the weekend with Mr. Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Red-.I weekend in Baldwin with hex. ][In EngineeringGerald monotones sing; i.handsome fairly young man. I live for those who love mt said estate in the office of Ih t.

and Mrs. S.. W. Ha1ten. dish were in Tampa last Wednesday sister Mrs. Robert Tanner.; Mrs.i iiilr Chestnut [ ] L. Gibson, While. roots that grope sleep He was a bad cripple. His hair For those who know me true county tT, Florida judge in of the Bradford courthouse Com,

Mrs. Vera Gerrard of Ediwardsvijle to Friday to attend the and Mrs. L. ,M. GaIues Gerry under their snow-quilts was cut short and you could For heaven that smiles above Starke. Florida within *ixai;-

:. : I1L is spending en Sheriffs? convention. They also aM Mr.,.and Mrs. Tommy Le\v-01 Washington son of Larry and West MaXine Madison Gib- Await Uy the pale fluttering see scars in his thick black me endar the first months publication from the date of thisnotice. "C

days with ]her daughter. !, 4rs. visited Mr. and :Mrs. J. A.] spent the weekend in Ocala son of 1031 a I I petals of Spring. hair. I knew immediately he And the good that I can do Each claim or demanJ

.. Wayne ;Mundorff and family. Bronson, and Mr. and Mrs. where ,they attended, the Grand Services| Set Street, Starke, completed of study at Louise Preston Green was a War II Veteran. I was Next week a good salad and I must state the be place in writing'>r residence and mn,<'-i t
five course
:. tyrs. Sherrod Hamilton and Hiriam Gay. District :Deputy Wqrk Clint? of year of Florida and just a little upset, for in a (Helpful Hints. post-office address of the .'lauu-,

sons and Mrs. Emma Hamilton :Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Johnsof he,Elks Lodge ox\ Sunday. Also the University of :It is only 3 little after gix small town a widow is watchedand All my love ant and must his bt' sworn 01 in ;i-,a
the degree the claimant spent'
: were in Brunswick Ga. Jlacclenny spent the week- ttending;- the Clinic were Mrs. Edna Lazear Chestnutt, was awarded ,Sunday morning. Ha. I have could soon have scandal if God bless you attorney, *>r it will become v'. <1
Robbie. Sheller and Wendell 72, of Washington, D. C. died Bachelor of Electrical Engineering I
friends. Mrs. had breakfast taken my to law
Saturday rtciordin
visiting W my Mother LURA
end with Mr. and Mrs. J. honors at the she has a male caller. He said
last Friday at the home of with January 58th, ItB! : .
Emma Hamilton remained f9r Riteh, and Mrs. Daisy Perry Kelly. f the first trimester in exercises. washed my dishes he1 came to ask if he could THOMAS: : S HOrtfiED ,| l: ,
JEWELRY HALF PRICE her daughter, Mrs. E. L. Els- close of .
: two weeks tended visit. Mrs.. took Gabby for a walk down help me. He says I understandyou Kifi-utor uf the I Il8t: man.Mrs. SALE at Bullingtop' enacher on Santa Fe Lake December. de- Have you an old refrigerator, Ethel R. Parks d ,'''a-.'d
and
Archambeault and son had I
Ray. E. M. C, Quunby and the icy street, : my are trying to get a pen
: returned to Starke with Mrs daughter of Richmond, Va and :Mrs. J. T. Murray of Fort. near Melrose. She had been After spending the holidaY3. votionals and said a lot of sion. "I finally got my meager fan or tools \thirh you no long.j, THOMAS.\ & PIEnt'EtturnfYSat.La\V
Sh'errod Hamilton for several Meade is visiting; her sister.; visiting her daughter since with his parents, Gerry reported ir pse. Convert them into casl"I; 2dtt-205;: North; Tt'JUplen
I also medI- and thought I mjgh
Schollof took my pension
Misses Joan and Joyce Mrs. Mary Bessent. the first of January and became to work for the Min prayers. now. Phone 964-8101 and *d Starke- Flori4.i

.: days' yisit.! Philadelphia, Pa. are visit- Among those attending the suddenly ill last Friday neapolis-Honeywell Corpora- cine, for dizzy spells. At this: help you." I said "Thanks alt ror classified. 'I I '\\1.First 196,".publica'.on on Jxnu

:' J. S. Sapp- returned home ing their parents, Mr. and moment my heart is glad. ] but I have in appli a- .
my
SL Augustine Antique Show afternoon. She was a nativeof tion in St. Petersburg in the "'"f141 4t !U-21! :
last Thursday after being Mrs. C. L. Scholl. hays JOY in my heart. I am'tion. The American Legion js i ,\
during. the weekend'were. Mr. Wellsburg, W. Va., and type of work for which he I- -_.. -
= confjned in Alachua General Local admittances to Brad- much I am slendeI' taking care of things for me." '
and Mrs. Bill Costello and was a member of the Chris- trained. His present addressis stronger, !
: Hospital where be underwent ford County Hospital this .week family, Mr. and ;Mrs. Jim tian Church. 5514 44th Street North, St. and nothing is wrong with me! I foqnd he had been an aviator r

= iur&ery.Mr. included Mrs. Palmer Chitty, Ritch :Mr.; and Mrs. L. A. F a- Besides Mrs. Eisenacher, Petersburg. that time will not heal if I so, a pilot first in the Royal Ca.I II FISHING CONTEST \

and Mrs. S. ((3. Den* Leonard F. Smith Sr.. Mrs. C. vi; Mrs. E. J. Dowling, Mrs. she is survived by another wish. I am trying hard. My son I nadian Air Force, and then

-- marlc and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert E. Hermvall Edward Crosby G ne Long, Mrs Mary Bessent. daughter, Mrs. Virginia Roachof has been a big help to me. 1[jwhen we got into War JI hejetransfered

= Brown spent the first of Mrs. L. T. Johns :Mrs. Julian Misa Mary Carol Bessent and Washington, D. C., and one I p, 0. Clerk Gets have been so afraid of thi ;to enlist in our Air F..IREGISTER

the. week in South Florida. Mrs. Anna Leibold, had also been '
l McRae Mrs. T. J., Murray, son, Warren L. Chestnutt of 'highways: automobiles and!I Force. He fct rNo Registration

: ,, Airs. John E. Patterson of Mrs. Florence Warren, and Mrs. R. :P. McLendon of the Hattiesburg, Miss. Also surviving -AwareFor/ WorkEdward everything about them fo Maxwell Field Ala. before J

-- Beaver Falls Pa. is spending Joseph Cason. State Farm, and Mr. and Mrs.B. are three brothers, two many years and: grew worse was in 1944. Still I held the' I,

W ..4 several weeks with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. James Sullivan A. Cogdill of Tampa were,sisters, and six grandchildren. A. Hall. a clerk in after Don was killed in his!I door open only a crack for life:!

Mrs. A. J. Barry and family and family were in Titusville in Knoxville, Tenn. last week i Funeral services will be held the Starke post office, was ambulance. That was the onlj! r for a wido'V is one of long i
:
and daughter Beverly a student aver the weekend visiting rela- visiting relatives. Spanky Mc Tuesday in the S. H. Hines recently,: presented with a cash vehicle we had that I was nal: fear.So ;

:. at U.. of F. tives.? Lendon of Tennessee State College Chapel in Washington D.. C. award from the post pffice department afraid to some extent to ride he left. "Thanks for talking -}

'YO : ,. ,Johnson City, Tenn. joined with burial in Columbia Gardens for a beneficial sug- in and Don was killed in that,. to me: anyhow." I could tell I '.. J

his mother for a visi at Arlington Va. De- gestions which resulted in a So I was really left in a fix by his voice he was lonely and I ,

HALLMARK VALENTINESat Witt C. Jones Funeral Home cash savings to the department But Albert took me to the in pain. But when he was gone.

BuUinffton's. was in charge of local ar- doctor and we ate out. Then, I began to feel happy. At least I NOW!

t FLORIDATHEATRE Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Beard Jr. rangements. Hr. Hall' suggestion pertained I believe it was Friday he somebody cared. This poor I

and family of Sanford spent : to re-vamping the electrical came to ask me if I wantedto crippled Veteran cared andunderstood I

Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Batten, 63 system: in the remodeled ride to Newcastle with him and appreciatedthe I II

Beard Sr. I building which would per- I studied awhile and it was fact I had enlisted away' >;.a.. '-;.: --' 9

I Mr. and Mrs. Jt G,. Caldwell,Of Hampton, wit turning off several banks such. a nice day that I thought I back in 1944, left my school,'

; were in Reddick Tuesday visiting -'Services Today of lights in the work areas to venture out. I had been ,gave all my things! away and I

,: Mrs. A. G. Young. -- ,- ..when 'not, !in use.MAYOR'S ., crying more of late for Don] .J went to War. I began to weep I FROM FEB. 1 ..THRU MAY 31

e Opening Time: Mrs. Anni Joellenbeck of Mrs. Janie ,Elizabeth Batten.. .. bet other widows find the .anew Now I was happy. I

1. S.unda-2 P. M.\ -:. Mon. Thru Fri.-5:45 P. M. Berlin, Germany is spendingsix 63, of Hampton, died Tuesday. COURT same experience. Suddenly out :I inquired who he was and: fle Qualified To Enter Your Fish Prior to Catching
,
months with her soninlawand Hosita of a clear sky a sadness for found? .he ishe banker's $on.\
in Alachua General ? !J.
It! You WILL NOT Be Qualified After Fish Is
daughter Dr. and Mrs. D. She had lived in this area: for 'A lighl session Monday hi,. your husband wilF come oye r His father ist president of the I!

'4 .4 Fri., Sat.v-- Feb. 1 and 2 W. W iffen. They were all in 57 years, coming here originally -. Starke Mayor's Court saw only you, and ones heart is j Just !bank: het lJe has a beautifull I II Caught! :
broken all I t
Miami last week visiting Dr. from White Springs. Shewa.a I. 11 cases come :before Mayor over again. juscry necrJiic 4"hW1 lnite I II III
I ; SO REGISTER NOW!
aloud and talk to Don.
DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Whiffen's parents Mr. and a member of the Church, Randal Chitty. I without hi$ consent,. and I have;
Mrs. L. E. Natt. of God. Three persons were con ic.1 Gabby of course comes run' .-. -. i '

.. Little Jana Starling spent Surviving are her husband. ted of. public intoxication,and ning. He is scared and trie s ,
NO.1 the weekend with Rev. and Mrs. Charles W. Batten; three.1 two each? for disorderly conduct >to:get ,on my lap and J SICk P. :; TAE'r Prize for Largest Black Bass

Altpn Dobbs in Jacksonvilt Lathelia f il-' away my tears and is frantic
i 4. ., .VL ,,,.I Ai E daughters, Sirs. Lang-I by shoplifting and i
Then I .
Among those attending the dale, Starke; Mi's.. Mary Barnes, ,ure to have a vehicle under suddenly am fine agan! UMCO TACKLEBOX

Miss Florida National Guard Gainesville, and Mrs. Jo Ann control and causing an acci So I went with Albert. He'

contest at Cypress Gardenslast Wagner of Holly Hill; four dent. There was one case each bad business with' the lawyer, CHRISTIAflSCIEflCE ; NO. 205 U
and I sat in the truck. Re'admy
weekend were Mr. and Mrs. disturbing
sons, Woodrow Curry, Vero of disorderly conduct by -
T. H. Slade and daughters, Susan Beach; Flagler Curry, Enigma, the peace, disorderly mail and it said in one Jet' VALUE $16.98
ter that in about ten I
days
and Mrs. Charles Sawyer,
Ga.; Charles Curry, Middle- conduct by fighting, vagrancy,
:Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Norman would get a check for Don'sG.
!-
of city ordnance
burg, and Aaron Curry Lees- and violation a ENTER' NOW
CP!. and Mrs. Harry ,M. I. life insurance. I thoughtI -
burg. Also surviving are a, requiring the purchaseof
Hatch r Jr., Mr. and Mrs. brother and four sisters. a city license to install gas had better go tell the Vet- -ifiUflhtOR : j. .
Drew Reddish, all of Starke, eran Service officer who helped -
Funeral services were held at appliances. me with the papers. So I Prize for Largest Specked Perch
and Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and 2:30: p. m. Thursday at pie ,
walked _
to the
courthouse
over
daughter, Evelyn, of Orlando. graveside in Prospect Ceme War Story i ,I
Albert found me there. Thenwe
Miss Susan Slade was a con- .tery near White Springs. W.A- I BOAT SEATSwivel
testant, representing the local liams-Thomas Funeral Home Shows;>> At Fla. stopped off in another town. I Accurate
{ I I sat in the truck. I read the I
.. National' Guard.HALLMARK of Gainesville was !in charge of'"This Weekend"The I Sioux I & Arm Rests
City Journal. I saw
PLUS VALENTINESat arrangements. I II
.. where Don Jr. had buried a I Complete

.-.. .'! Bollington's. I War Lover," a storyof dear old friend. I got a heart VALUE $15.95
AI Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones Moonshine Still, men in love and war and, ache. News

: .. jJO!all Ole.. Call be g YQo a gUR.... weekend were in visiting Callahan relatives.over Mrs.A. the. Raided By DeputiesThe especially, or a man who findsa Suddenly I decided to take a I 'H I ICoverage ENTER' 'NOW

>t> special delight in the brutal trip to the Holy Land .witha ,

'- 1f_.,_ '. for. B.several Jones days returned visit.with them Bradford County Sher-i!; business of destruction arrives Wheaton College Tour.; It will [ 'You :May Obtain Your*Fishing and Hunting License ,t\

:L lfI8PllUlIIJ iffs at the Florida. Theatre even give one college credit.
In Tallahassee from Wed- Department participated! From Our Sporting poods Department.
:" Sunday, Monday, and Tues- They had been writing me for
: the in a raid on a moonshine still ,
I nesday to Friday attending I day, February 3, 4, and 5. some time to go. I had a fresh
j Sunday, 27. in
January whicjia
120th annual council of the See Us For Your Fishing &
Robert letter in
1,200 Steve McQueen, the mail-send in ,
was
Diocese of Floridaat gallon pot ,
Episcopal ed destrOY-I Wagner, and Shirley Ann your reservations, apply for
with
along 1.100
I "'I P UF CARTOON St. Johns Episcopal Church unfermented mash. Field are starred in this vivid your passport, we are leaving I Hunting Needs!
I _: are: Rev. R. E. MacBlain, Mr. I
: re-enactment of air battles of New York March 4. I had a .

:: Sun. Mon. T\ies. Feb. ,3 4 5 and Mrs. Buddy ishop, Joe The west still of was Starke found,s fivemiles .! World War II, and the men feeling, this is the time, God > \,\ I II
J ,. Sistrunk, Mr. ana Mrs. C. A. on ,-I1-i ,
11 v ;n ; 229, the Brownlee Road. who fought them. wants me to go. When my son
!
Iepu-j I
.
.. Futch Milo Seigler, :Mrs. J.W.
n- ----I- ties staked it out for several] "The War Lover" is set in came out to the truck, I said
Kincaid and Mrs. ClydeTerwillegar.
I days but to tend 1 I I have decided to go on a tour 1 Yeor $22 6 Months $11
no one came ] England aurjng 194344. Steye MONEY
What.Qan AGirl(Expect Mr and Mrs. J. T. Tay'or.it, according to the.sheriffs office McQueen0plays the title role. to the Holy Land. He, of 3 Months $5.50 I NO DOWN
course, was and cu, tfeu $4vrtium Uietur .
Of A War Lover? and family of Palatka were : ao it was decided. to I Saturday evening visitors of''j it' Sunday.: Bradford the 'hot piiot whose only love pleased.. Now my first payment Money Older to:
I is .there in the Illinois Tko ChriitiM Sciwic M.iit..qOL
STEVE ROBRTi surely
County deputies, and state and
_ Miss Barbara Green. is war... Wagner is effectively Norvoy ftrcttBoitM
: Mrs. W. H. Steinmeyer and I federal beverage agents all" seen as the direct opposite tMcQueen's office and Albert will take me 15.. M.". .
) Repair
'McQUEENAGNER I to get shots and apply for my PB-16
took
i Mrs. L. M. Ritch and baby, part in the raid. j brash portrayal as "
r passport. r am slowly comingto t
.. $ ,' 4 'SI-iIRLEYANNE Susan, of Jacksonville were "Bo" Holland.; Rickson's room!'
.. l life. God help me. I find. Add
( rai& .. i: ci n Sunday guest3; of }e r. and Mrs. Social SecurityA ]I mate and co-pilot_who detests Rooms --- Carport -,-- i

1 \V, Ft Herlong.Mrs. i their job pf destruction.: Shirley

= I1 fE LW. : J. C. Stringer of Ala representative of the 1:f Anne Field plays Daphne, I BafjfijRoom/ f A

I ... 7_. .. --; q .yi Soor bfHONAiiOKOCHfc chua: was visiting.Mr.:.and: .%ti& Gainesville! .Social.Security office I;I the English girl who fails in "; WIS"I "

4 H. L. Hough on Sunday.. will be ajj the courthouse I love with Holland even while (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIXTURES -
x t --- .. .., Mrs. Myrtle! ,Dendy of .Jacksonville :- In Stark on Friday, Feb. 8. she iIascinate4by the amor-I I )
spent the wee'kendwith at 1; 9:30 a.m. for the 'purpose *1 R1 ks m who takes t

.PLUS CARTOON iMr.. and Mrs. E. W.If aves. of conducting social i .Se" UL. cJa1..4 g in.death. iRemerpber; That Special Occasipn \VithFLOWERS Time/ To ReroofFREE

1. I Among those attending the 'business. .J t I
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funeral of .Clarence. Fracr! -- ----- from

I rV.F clThurs. Feb. 67 on Sunday were: .Mr. and Mrs. : ESTIMATES
rJt :
l.no I. .l. I Matthew Prazier4 !and Mr. ,and AMERIcA '1900 1 ir I .t t
Mrs. Munson Frazier of ron IN

1: ,IHEMBMmMuftl 5_ ..rjS'IE I i ayers, Charlie; Crazier of Miami"Mrs. 'COLONIAL.'FLORIST.1 STARKE BUILDERS :

Qnie May! Graves; '
*** Max Marath l :*** :1
Mr, and Jlrs. L. ,C. :'Sinih and brings you : "
a acaI6 5AOElmR! RT:3inYU1; pJgl Btt! Mr 1 THE SI I'fS.rlE{ ( THE Starke's Oldest Florist! and only
\ \ fr, afld .819j} '.! "qU DS. ., ROMANCE! ] ; INC.

w. BFt08.: '. : )Irs.. J. C ufliyai4} all, .. I\. I... F. T. D. Member. ; SUPPUES

.... ,JJ.r9 I P9 W*> Mrs.Smi Wi1l ; .

iAki,1, [UT. ; ..;;,.aQ.a." .JOT[ ttROYmo. ..1'&':: h of Fort Pierce, Jfrs.': TURN OF THE CENTURY i

b:' "ri Jt-llt-"....... .......)O """ 1 ,""' ,..hr'IM".4M'M"C'JI.e.... ...wt.t Aiui'Crazier. an'd glance! ? Ue'ra-J: FLOVERS1RED ANYWHEREWORLDWIDEPhone AT S.A.L. DEPOT STARKE, FLA.
: Wednesdays at 8:00 '\p. m: on WUFT, Channel 5 964-6291 506 E. Norma St.
. j man gf Q1} tm1; ifiss: M.rs.Ajta '
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.** PHONE 564-1201
PLUS CARTOON National- ara iiPI .l poT BAGWELL .
- Smith'of! fck3TiYlU?..end Il J, Manager. .
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I TRunSDAYk 3AN.. 31. 1963 BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE THREB
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. ,II. I, WSCS And Guild I[P March Of Dimes Roberts NamedTo Senior. Citizens McGriff's New I the illness and death of out

j; I Dance Scheduled WHAT WHEN loved one, Mary Bloss Dyal.-
;Members Enjoy | To Meet At Dealer For
Head Of The U. D. Dyal family.
i
Annual Social I I
j Lake
!
I Al Gregory, special events AND WHEREFeb. CityAll KelvinatorMcGriffs

I chairman for the March of
j Cancer GroupGeorge
The Woman's Society of
I .. ) Dimes campaign in Bradford persons 50 years of age Trading Mart on

i _GLADYS MOOTY PUO&E 934-0651 Christian Service and the County, has announced plans 2 or over are invite/! to attenda N. Court St. has been named
Wesleyan Service Guild of the' W. Roberts, Jr.,
meeting at the Lake CityWoman's authorized dealer in Starke
I'I' for a benefit dance to be held Garden Club workshop, 2
Fist< Methodist Church metjoIntly I' Starke insurance man. was
from 10 to for Kelvinator sale
Club a.m. appliances,
Feb' in th-5 home of Mrs. R.
23 4 A
\ : ,BPW for their Saturday, to p. m. :
Members :Garden Club Hears Tuesday night Bradford County Fair build- Norman. named president of the Brad- 12 noon Thursday, Feb. 7. Dr. es and service.

See Heart' annual get-together and party.I ford County Chapter of the 1 Blue Carstenson, executive director Kelrinator is one of the
'Open National Flower The function was ing. Feb. 4
delightful
I I American Cancer Society at a ; of the National Council oldest and most respected
Surgery Film held in the Fellowship Hall I Music will be by The Cava- Junior Woman's Club,.B p. m. luncheon meeting held Thurs- I '
of Senior Citizens, will attend names in appliances, manu- i
j Show JudgeMrs. which was decorated for the occasion lier's orchestra of Jacksonville club house. day, Jan. 24.
the meeting and all per facturing a line of gas ranges
, I dn the Valentine theme., Beach, with dancing from i Eastern Star, 8 p. m., Masonic i I
i Jack Trawick of the County .I Robert E. Firth was elected sons interested in problems: of and driers as well as electric
I J. T. Hudson Jr. of Large red hearts and 9 to 1 a.m. Admissionwill Temple. ASK, FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION
angels! p.m.
Health Department presented I vice president for 1963, with I, the aged are urged to attend. appliances.G. .
t Gainesville, an accredited National decorated the walls. The refreshment -. be $3.50 per couple with!i Feb. 5 I I
and film I
a program on Mrs. Don Hill as secretary,
I Among the subjects discussed J. McGriff Jr. and Sr. Command Gravely Power
i ''op n heart surgery" at th I Council Flower Show table further carried) (all net profits going to the Southside Elem. P. T. A." and Mrs. Margaret Miller, by Dr. Carstenson will are associated in the opera-

I January meeting of the Starke i judge, was guest speaker at out the Valentine motif with) J March of Dimes fund. 7:30 p. m. Cafeteria. treasurer. be the possibility of passingthe tion of McGriffs Trading Terry's Saw Shop
I the Starke Garden Club meetIng a handsome white cut work Starke' Elem. P. T. A.,
BPW Club in the Florida t II | 7:30j! Plans will be made in the new medicare bill for the Mart.
: Band directors room. The Monday n&ght. I cloth centered with a modern j St. Mark's WomenTo p. m. Cafetorium.- j i j next two months for the an- aged which will be proposedat No.2

1 program was given in connection I' :Members met at the home red and whjte flower arrangement -; Serve DinnerThe Feb. '6 nual Cancer Crusade during this session of Congress. CARD OF THANKSWe 2022 N. E. 23rd Blvd.
of Mrs. W. H. Nollman in a heart-shaped vasel! U. D. C. 330 p. m. home of I
with
.. with a project of the I April. Mr. Roberts announcedthe Dr. Carstenson will be holding Gainesville Phone: 372-3588
t Health and Safety Committee :Mrs. G. J. McGriff Sr. and and flanked by red tapers ir! Mrs.' L. A. Davis. quota for Bradford County meetings throughout the state wish to express our appreciation -.

I' to assist Mrs. Farber during :..Mrs. H. L. Speer as co-hos-I crystal holders. Crystal traY3! women of St. Mark'sEpiscopal I i Feb.7: I this year as $2,000 and expressed -I during February. Persons desiring for the many kind Steno Notebooks, Steno

'Heart Month. She is county i| tesses. j P'holding dainty sandwiches anti>! turkey dinner Church to the will public serve on a Hasp. Aux. board meeting, hope that the goal will..I further information may words and deeds, also the beautiful -, Ko-rect Type Typewriter
heart-shaped mints ]12 Garden Restaurant.
were noon o
placedon
chairman of the Heart Fund Mrs. Hudson was introduced be'reached again this year. contact Dr. John A. Marcello '
I II rendered ErasH'l.Ribbons. ,
I large red cardboard Valen- Thursday, Feb. 7, from 5 to 81] Starke Woman's Club, Ex- floral offerings II Pens Typing Paper
; t Drive. I by Miss Dorothy Ross, program Retiring officers of the i I of Lake City, organization I .
1 p.m. in the Parish House. I i lecutive board meeting, 3:30 by each and everyone during The TELEGRAPII.i.
:
';During the business session, chairman. and gave demonstrations -tines.Mrs. p.( (county unit include John To- chairman for North Florida. i
II Donald Hardenbrook I Tickets ootained |'m. club house.Margaret iI - -
the president, Mrs. Farber, of corsage making may be rode, president, and Hugh In- I <:::.".;:- .::-<_::- :" ,' ,. ->_:;- ,: ;.- :',- :: :::.:::;';: .:..:::':.;;; ;---: "-";;:;;.;'
t Mrs. J. D. Doyle and the conducted two "getacquainted1'games. from any member of the aux- I .
appointed instruction in art of gram, secretary.Mrs.
I During the iliary or from Mrs. Julian Mayor Asks !
I to finish out the year as recording I designing corsages. :Members|! program, Mej j Muir Arlin McKnight, coun-
secretary, succeedingMiss took part in making corsagesusing I)lrs. W. B. Thompson Jr. introduced Rae or Mrs.: Clyde Terwillegar. ty health nurse, represented
I |I Miss Margaret Fields, Adulto-, $1.50; and children's J Is Winner OfHomemaker Merchants'Cooperation ;
wh and
Florence district
Jennings gladioli, pompoms, Bradford County at the -
.resigned. camellias, under the supervi-I l Deaconess at Brewster Hospital plates 75 cents. Contest conference in Live Oak on :I l GatewayChevrolet

( A letter of thanks for a sion of :Mrs. Hudson. in Jacksonville, who spokeon Proceeds from the dinner Thursday, Jan. 17. J{
the routine of the :Methodist will be used to help modernize -
Bradford
read F. ;Muir
Christmas package was Mrs. Ed Prevatt, president, Margaret ,
from the Florida School for sponsored hospital. Following the kitchen of the Parish 1 i School senior,. has been f
I conducted the business session I Miss Fields' talk, Mrs. R. S. House. High J No Woods Fires In a letter to all Starke
Girls in Ocala, and reserva- named Homemaker of Tomorrow -
during which it was voted that merchants, M a or Randal ,
tions were made for the Feb. the club would become a member -;II MulHns led the group in singing Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar, in the 1963 Betty Crocker 1 Reported Last WeekA Chitty has asked y for support
accompanied Mrs. said the I j jI INC0
auxiliary president
3 meeting at the Ponce de of the Civic Round Table.A by; .Search for the American Homemaker in eliminating overtime park-
,I Lloyd Green at the piano. public is cordially invited to of Tomorrow. week without woods fires I j
Leon Hotel in St. Augustine.Mrs. flower
; arranging workshophas I ing in the business district \I
Dorothy Milburger will been planned for members During the social hour the. attend this supper. Having achieved the highest, and no burned acreage was reported following removal of parking ,

t be a candidate for district office i this Saturday afternoon from members of the Society and, I!score in a knowledge and attitude -.. by the Bradford County meters. '| I
guests were served by Mrs. Adults I of the Flor- Your Authorized Chevrolet Dealer
that time. Young test given senior girls headquarters
at
two to four o'clock at the. Mayor Chitty said that the!<
J Tentative plans were discussed -I home of ,Mrs. Russell Norman.j I Henry, :Mrs.Godwin and her committee Give Stork Shower I I December 14, she is now eligible ida Forest Service. Frequent j city's action in removing the *

I for an organization :Mrs. Henry Raappama of Eugene Williams, 4 along with winners inlother rains during the week were I meters should assist in stimu- (!|

meeting for a local Toastmistress -I Gainesville will conduct the Green Mrs. Robert Mrs. Green R. S., Mullins Mrs. Nelson, and The Young Adult Class of state high schools, for given most of the credit for lating economic growth inStarke's \] Buy Your New Chevrolet
the fireless
title state Homemakerof period.
Club. and a committeewas I workshop. All members are Church I I the of downtown business;'{
Christian
Mrs. the First
J. R. Hixon. Mrs. E. L. (
the Since Jan. 1 there have been
is
appointed to make the ;urged to take advantage of this Tomorrow. Margaret district. ,
I final arrangements. Miss Delia opportunity to further their I punch Matthews bowl.Country. presided at the gave the a church party last recreation Friday nightin room daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lew- 21 fires with 122.5 acres burn- .I In order to control abuses '!,:(- Car Or Truck Where% The

] Rosenberg is chairman, withMrs. :'skills in the art of flower ar.ranging. -I followed by a stork shower is S. Muir of Keystone Heights.The ed. In the same period last of parking privileges with removal I
Ida Mae Shaw, Miss I state Homemaker of To- year there were 19 fires with I
I
honoring Mrs. James Faulk- of the meters, Mayor \
Madge Middleton, Mrs. Margaret "j I During the social hour the Club morrow is awarded a $1,500 l'. 115 acres burned. Chitty asked merchants to advise II 24-Month Or 24,000-Mile
General Mills, Rainfall reported at the
Brown, and Mrs. Desta ner.Games scholarship by ,
,members and guests were invited Members To Meet and refreshmentswere the Retail Merchants I
of the The three fire towers during the
members of the committee I sponsor program.
Dyal
as into the d'ing! room enjoyed during the party Association of any vehicles II
,. ... I for refreshments serveJ frun a Clyde B. Terwillegar president hours. 'runner-up receives a $500> past week was as follows: New, parked in customer parking .
scholarship and the school of River 1.7 inches; Highland, Factory Warranty Is Honored
tea table covered with an imported announced that an important areas for any period exceeding !
each state winner is awardeda I 2.9; Santa Fe 1.85. i'
UDC To Med cutwork cloth and cen- meeting of the general Buffet Dinner I iI one hour.
tered with a flower arrange- membership of the Starke complete set of Encyclopedia 1 "It is our hope that remov-I''

The W. T. Week's Chapter ment in a silver bowl. Mrs. Golf & Country Club will be 'For VisitorsMr. Britannica.The state. Homemaker of To- Judge Gooding | al of the meters will And Can Be Serviced In Our

UDC will meet Wednesday'Speer presided at the silver held Thursday Feb. 7. at 7:30' first in a series of events and
To
coffee service. and Mrs. Lawrence Mengof morrow, accompanied by her To Speak I that will enable the
3:30 o'clock at thehqme p.m. in the new club house. programs
afternoon at I
Toledo, Ohio, parents of school advisor, also will join local merchants to Modern
I j "Every member and PTA GroupsJudge compete Equipped Shop By
Davis with every in
of Mrs. L. A. Paul and Francis Meng, were with other state winners an with \
stockholder of the club is favorably shopping cen
HousewarmingAt 1 urged -
)r Joe Wilson co-hostess. educational tour
8 as paid
: honored at buffet dinner expense- !
a ters in surrounding cities,
to attend this of
I meeting, Marion Gooding
Gissey Home the Monday night, given by Mr. of New York City, Washington Mayor Chitty said. \ Trained Mechanics.
president said. Important Jacksonville will be guest Factory I
and Colonial Wil-
4 Zipper, Notebooks $Z.49 at, I and Mrs. Robbie Shaller. D. C., I
plans for furnishing the new liamsburg, Va., next spring.During speaker at a joint meeting of CARD OF THANKSMay
t Bradford County; Telegraph. I Friends of Mr. and Mrs.I building and managing the Twelve guests enjoyed this the tour, the 1963 All the Southside and Starke Ele-

Joe Gissy from St. Edward's :I swimming pool will be discus- delightful affair.Executive American Homemaker of To- mentarv School PTA Tuesday I, we, in this way express

Catholic Church entertainedthe I' sed. morrow and national runners- night at 7:30: o'clock. The our gratitude to those who I You Can Trade Your Way

j couple at a housewarming Board meeting will be held in the!have shown us so much
'will kind-I
up be named. The Betty
U I and covered-dish supper Starke Elementary !ness. Thi kindness At Chevrolet
I II ('Luncheon Staff Crocker All-American Homemaker -, cafetor-I Gateway
Sunday evening at the Gissy's The executive board of the ium. grief easier to bear.-The famiily .\
: of Tomorrow will have i.I
new home in Green Acres. Attends MeetingSeveral Starke Woman's Club will .
scholarship raised to $5,000, Judge Gooding is now: a circuit of Clarence J. Frazier. \p- .- _. -
I \ ,, ,,.. _/
meet at the club house Thursday u'CP
The buffet table was covered judge, but was formerly
: with second, third, and fourth \
j with a lace cloth and centered members from the afternoon, Feb. 7, at 3:30; place winners being awarded judge of the Juvenile Court in .
local school lunchroom staffs '
.with a.pink flower arrange- Florida School o'clock. S scholarships! of $4,000, $3,000, p vai coun1 H will speak .
ment. The 40 guests were I II attended the and $2,000, respectively. out of his wide experience in

I seated at three long tables in Lunch Foods Service Association Rotary Club Basis for -selection of local dealing with the problems of J

: the dining !area The three regional District four and state winners is a test youth. I .J
$ _
'I ; meeting at the Gainesville Hears PrisonChaplain 0 "
,1 tables were centered with colorful prepared and scored by Science All parents and interested -
fruit arrangements.The High School on Saturday. Speak Research Associates, Chicago. persons whether members of Quantity Rights 50 Free 'W Green Stamps
Reserved
honored couple received Thirteen counties were rep- Personal observation and interviews the PTA or not, are invited to WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF

many lovely and useful resented at the meeting and \ Rev. Charles L. Phipps,. are added, factors in determining attend this meeting. ONE PKCI. FROZEN SOUTHERN

gifts for their new home. j I luncheon. The group heard an Protestant chaplain at the! t national winners. Prices Good COCONUT CAKE
I .
''I interesting talk and films en Thru
II school lunches and menus in 1 Florida. State Prison, was guestspeaker Glut:. The 1963 Betty Crocker' I February 2nd COCO THRO FURUAftr INK.T
at the Rotary
L
Search reached all-time
F.llrnnPr an /.
ANY
.1 WINN-DIXIfi
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;Those attending from here I Wednesday, discussing high in enrollment, .with 410-, 10 _

- were Mrs. Chessie Devrick, work of a chaplain in a correctional 466 girls in 12,964. schools par-:ilJJlmlCharley;,
( institution. ticipating. In the
program'snine j
Hunter Mrs. Em-
Mrs. Sarah ,
j said that a
___ The speaker ,
I years nearly three million -
1 ma Lou Tomlinson. Mrs. :Mildred -. duties must
prison chaplain's girls have, been enrolled. !
iI
( Lawson, Mrs. Blonnie be on a "person to person" basis ii I S

.1' I Derkman Mrs. Daisy Boch, and could not be merely a ,. CARD OF THANKS i'
Mrs. Pearl Campbell, :Mrs. preaching ministry. The chap- tt ri

Cleo Sullivan, Mrs. Betty Mc- lain must serve as counselor: :To all the wonderful friends
f:
Kinney. and confidante to the prison and relatives s who more with !: 4'/ '

J I i inmates, as well as conductingthe us the loss of our beloved E. 9 ,, j ;' ,, :
- .1 State Farm Club regular worship services husband and father. We find : ; '
_
Has Buffet SupperThe and other religious activities)I i no words to express the depth Johns -. .

the. speaker said. : 'of our gratitude. Your cards, ,i t' .. .
I Chaplain Phipps was introduced -j i and calls flowers. and letters, '
Employee's Club of the this : :
about question .1 'V
by Dr. L. H. i the 'food you prepared, and : t ,
covered dish I
State Farm held a Je-nnlngg'I' ,
I '
supper at the Community who had charge of '! :your prayers'are just a few of i,<"Auto insurance covering J.i .: : *' :.

gram. : the countless wayg you foundto and ,
injury property
Hou Saturday: evening.The I bodily '
II I i express your love, and ; .: Jit.
long buffet table was i damage liability medi-

attractive with candles and Miss Starke Jaycee i forgotten.sympathy. This will never be i,cal expenses collision L .. _t&

several wooden bowl centerpieces Beauty Contest I comprehensive tow-I '
We also wish to thank the
fruits
holding mixed I II I ing and labor costs uninsured .E.-
I I I and vegetables. I,Slated February 9 I Rev. W.: E. Hall Rev. Roman motorists coverage I
10., Alvarez Rev. Alton Dobbbs, %
the mem-i I S
Following supper L
personal effects .
hers enjoyed dancing for the I The Junior Woman's Club and Dr. T. G. Ritch, the hospital -, .1 '
\ '
auto death benefit is :
staff, and Mr. Charles :
remainder of the evening. is sponsoring a beauty contestto :
I select a girl to representthe Schmitt, and the funeral'all this available in a new

Births Starke Jaycees at the A- home staff for their kindness'''Special Auto Policy from I .

Recent zalea Festival in Palatka. to us. Charley E. Johns Agency?"I

Polaroid Doctor's Hospital- announcesthe The contest will be for local I God saw that he was weary, Charley E. Johns
girls between the ages of And the hill hard to
following births: I ,was Ii
SMALL
FULL HALF
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hardin,' 16 and 25. It will be held on climb, Agency I ctSmoked WHOLS

Feb. 9 at 7:30: In the So he closed his
Lake Butler, a son. Eric Gene, p.m. weary eye

Jan. 24. i Bradford High School audi- lids PHONE 964-0121 :

land : :Mr.: and Mrs. Millard Jordan.I I torium. And whispered "Peace be :

Lawtey\ a son Jan. 29. I Any girl interested in.enter- I thine. 131 S. Walnut St. HAMS
i ing should contact Mrs Harold i -The Harry Lewis family I II

Bradford County Hospital an-t Godwin at Conner Insurance -' i II I I ,

Color Film nounces Mr. and the Mrs.following Charles births Bald-:I The Agency.girl selected will be I I Famous quality Sunnyfcjnd Smoked _
Hams.
No
center slices removed. _
ree, Starke, a daughter, Tammie named "Miss Starke Jaycee"I,
I Buy full half whole
_ Gail, Jan. 23. and will receive a $25 entry Ii j jj WORK SAVING STARCH price. Protein rich or and full at of this low __ ________ i
-1 Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Chit-j fee for the Azalea Festival. | fl ( nour (1 _ _
i Beverly i as well as all expenses paid j I ishment. Perfect for any meal. A -J' ________ __ ___ ________ (
I ty Palatka a daughter, i t,
is Here family favorite that
i for the weekend of Festival dresses up your : 3
Denise, Jan. 24. -
I Mr. and Mrs. Howard Phillips -II I starting Feb. 28. r GIVES YOUR IRON i table for company best and makes i
!la special treat for left overs. Guaranteed '
Jr., Starke, a daughter, 1.
_ Rhonda Kay, Jan. 24. : Lions Club I I ( to bring praise for the cook _ _
Full-color pictures in just 50 seconds. mm POWERfwtajuliu 'f. Money Back if you'w not completely -
Mr. Mrs.
I and Joseph NormanSr. I _
Sets Smoker I [ satisfied. I II
$
I Raiford, a son, James Cas- I '

:* Fits most existing Land Cameras. ''on, Jan. 27. And Cook-Out I see al1IIIfUIat, 1Ura.Ids"dIciJ k.M'pf"s __." _"_._ _

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Foster' ts ....tIts scwdHtshiaiitSTARCH '4
'I _
No "coating" necessary. n, Keystone Heights, a son, Members of the Starke Lions i _

Charlie Pinkston Foster HI,I Club will enjoy a smoker and ; 11iIM_ I f J* l fc 5/ Ml.i rf.mMYl-l..Sj. '
Jan. 27 I steak cook-out at the home of I E-Z 50 Free :tJ.
: Supplies are limited, so come in today.BULLINGTON'S Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pow-,I I Nola Woodburn tonight I __ !_ Starch I WITH ThIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF' WITH THIS COUPC:i A w PURCH/CS OFI' !

nail Jacksonville, a daughter,:. [Thursday] at 7:30 o'clock. I' f (HAKES s QT..) PKS. THRIFTY MAID ONE 2-LB. PKS. CRACI N' GOOD :

: Elizabeth Mr. and Anne Mrs., Jan.James 28. W., At, Robert the meeting Mclntire last Thursday of the- _I 1'' lust.GOOD Powdered THRU mmiAftr 2ND Milk FIG! BARS.

Thomas Brooker, a daughter,. Starke-Bradford Coun tj I AT ANY cooo THau rEMUAur INO
WINN-DIXIE
Terri Lynne Jan. 29. I Chamber of Commerce discussed 12.1 AT ANY WINNDIXIET

i Ii STUDIO & GUT SHOP i the chamber's programof L I i

I Zipper Notebooks $2.19 at work and total of efforts l

.Bradford County Tekjnph. I i being made to bring industry

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1 1 NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED : Weinart, Texa% te Hqward ) RIDSL.LCJP.L !>p. I'I .n, ('IllCLI... iv ANIJ( FOR
:1 M j Sheets, of Mr. Mrs. II : WATCH i iIMtOfittAH lUll equJpmW 'nU.tfOU''fP"'f1: I.VDivorce
furafished
: HI A .X"V'I"t" .L"E' son and G.R A HAM : RA1FORD ,.uo sE-Eft.tGI:: I shall .

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY j John Sheets of Haskell Texas. ,I CI1'pp UIPRO'taIE\1'STAUKK.: I"LOIUD.t I be In .accordance contract with dtK-umtnts-1IJ1t'dfil'atioBs..and -I Walter C1I4C1RY.J. :Hvffraan. 'Jr..

I The ceremony was performed i pertaining thereto. \vhi di i Plaintiff. '
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(By Elizabeth GIveui) By Sirs. C..B. XolajjAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAIJi&iA&AAAk&.A&AAihA. i 1 in Haskell. Texas on January ; By Richard Cain4AAAAAA&AAAAAAA44AA& I I II i revehtd by the City -CI@rk. City be rsamintd at the ofti:e of the ,, \'s.Lillian.
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, I Clerk D. Hoffman
tarke Fl*
City fea. anJat i
Bro.( Meigs of Jacksonville of Starke, Florida until 7:00 P. I
4 AAAAAA&4A | 5. Mr. Sheets is well known -'A. I M. Eastern Standard Tim*) on' the offic* of HeynoldSmIt1t j L Defertrfant'
"--- ------ ---- r i lin this section having visited filled the pulpit of Raiford.. March and Hills. Architects and EngiJlt''rs 1|,! : ()TI('.:
; 5. 1963 and
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= publicly
,, opened I
I otl-: 1 iJI'; I ,1' Mr. and Mrs. S. .R. Griffis : li' Hoffman. ,J2025::
To
I i1)19) Uoule\ard Center : Lillian
,f "BCTA Meeting t lead lat half i time and"had; II I at the home of ,Mr. and Mrs. Baptist' Church last Sunday. ;, thereafter at the regular : Drive (toit office Dox USO), ''I 20th S rt.\ Astoria, Long Is-
... of Palatka were visiting &\ City Council Meeting on tba
\ a The Bradford County Teachers troupe! the rest of the way. Miscellaneous Shower Eusene .Barber on weekends Mr. and Mrs. Joe Norman date for additions and Iraprovi ..- JacKtonvillt, Florida. Specfu-a-: I I I land. Xew York
: The Young 'Ladies Class of : the home of his mother. Mrs. are the proud of i meuts to the turns may be obtained from ,. You are hereby notified 4hat
Association will hold its Harrington Chandler led and has l>esn attending the ; parents a I| municipal \\aterand : for ol'or.bas
: complaint I/ten
Reynolds. Smith and Hills
I regular meeting at 3:30 p. m. : the 'scaring for RJE with 3QQ.In.ts the Maxville Baptist? 'ChW'c'il i Long Branch Baptist ,Church Nellie Unit, Friday .ni ht. ,i son born Jan. 27 at Bradford of sewerage: (a) the systems installation, consistIng of a- : Each bid shaU be addressedto | a filed against you. and. ,you. are

I Thursday Feb. 7. at Anderson while Isaac Allen had entertained Thursday night, '' for several months. The n?wlywe4s Mrs.' Mary .Vicar, ;who is: County Hospital. He has been, new water !supply; well and tur- : the City Council. City of required to serve a copy of your the
Jan. 17, at the home of Mrs. employed in Keystone Heights named tine pump and all interconnecting '! Starke: Florida and marked Answer or Pleading! t<>
Junior High School. DtIegat ; 12 rebounds. Lincoln was led are making their homeat Jimmie Cason Norman. "Purchase of Equipment foi Complaint on the plaintiff'--

: es to the Florida State Teach II i' b'y Norman Anderson who tossed -' :Puddy} Bradshaw with a mis- Clay Hill in a home adja- was home over the .weekend. Mrs. Norman is the former the piping well and installation\alves and between !: Municipal Water aud sewerage i i torney. George II pierce 03.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. An- i Improvement Program, City of'gtarKe. 'I 205 Xorfh\ Tenl'.1- Avenue,
erg Asn. In Miami will be! in 20 points, and Clarence'. cellaneous showed honoring cent to Elgin Lang's store. He Joyce Cason. tilt? aerator; (I W it-habilitate e-: .
diews and !family of Gainesville itingH'll at Water 1'lant XoJ Florida and delnerwl Starke, Florida\ aid (it l< the
elected at this time. Mills, who: hauled down 27 re-* ; Miss Shirley Higginbotham,; is stationed at Cecil Field i Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bloods. 1 and install! new water lubricated to the office of the City Clerk orift'inalns'n' or Pleading In

PTA N ticc I I bounds. bride. elect of febiuary 2. with the U.s. Navy. j I Mr. and Mrs Bobby worth were Saturday evening turbine pump in the well; City of Starke. Florida either the office of the Heik iif the
I Wasdin ( ) install by a representative': of the Bidder Circuit Court ou or befuriihe
and Mr. and Mrs. Ar- v new chlorination
\ : The regular PTA meeting I II : Lincoln also won the girlsi Games were played] and Xeese-P*dgett |i guests of their son and daugh- .inipiuent at both Water Plant ei i who shall obtain a receipt':, 15th day of Fbruarmj If

I will bo held at 8 p.m. Wednesday i: game defeating the Tigeret- prizes were awarded to Gladys Mr. and _Mrs. Melvin: :Pad nold Wasdin. of Jacksonville ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Quin- .Nos 1 and 2; ((11) install new I therefor or by registered; mail, you fail to HO do a I're.> Pro
were visiting with their .li "mical feed With return receipt requestedThe 'nff'I'I'Q ,,ill V taken againstxou
: Feb. 6. at RJE. The I tes 7518. I. McClung Rubye Harper. Eleanor : gett announce the marriageof par- ten Bloodsworth, in Lake But-I Water TUnt No.x equipment,1 and at 2;botn tel'i City reseres" the right for the reHef demanded in

organization of a. Cub Scout 1! District Tournament Johnson, and Toria their daughter, Annette, to'' ents, Mr. "and' Mrs. H. M. Was- ler. While there, Mrs. Bloods-1 install: a forced draft aerator at'I to waive informalities and any the complaint.

i Pack will be discussed at this The RJE cagers will play Higginbotham, after which a Fred .Neese, son of: Mrs. Joe din Saturday.. [ worth attended a shower. a Water Plant Xo. I. and construct j i I bilto whole; or reject in part any with or all or bids with-in ,': Done and ordered at of Starke January
gravity type aerator Wa- o'llritta'this 1'11da) -
Mrs. at }
Thelma of Gain-
time and all parents are urg- Greenville at 9 p.m. Thursday box beautifully decorated Sweat of Baldwin. The ceremony ; Dyal I' Th wife and children of ttr Plant No. 2; (f> install a | out cause, and ,'or. to a.ept the I A. D. 196J.CHARI.US.
will''
esville 'visiting bids that in its judgment
ed to attend. : Feb. 7, in the District with green and white crepe' was performed in Jacksonville I was her son- :: Ralph Taylor of the state:' 3 water, meter at Water Plant Xo. I lw for the best interests of tne i I A DARBY

S The District V PTA Study 2 Negro High School basket- paper and white wedding bells ,I on January 12. The in-law: and daughter" Mr; and 'farm surprised him with a'' totalizer and water recorders meter at indicator-all three I City of Starke. Florida. j Clerk tJircvit CVurt! rad-

t containing lots of gifts U' S'brought' making their !]. MVS.. Albert Sparks, Friday of birthday dinner at his home water plants; and (g) install'j CITY COUNCIL: OF THB ; ford County FU-rida\
Conference }
: .Group, was held[ I.I.I.aII tournament. at. Richardson t young couple are last week.Friends. j. ; ; : package type :sewage; pumping', CITY OF STARKE FLOR- I By Dorothy. W Kailmc::
; Sunday; Jan. 20. at the 'Willistou High School in Lake City, in and given to the home in Jacksonville, where i last Sunday. I station along South, U. S. Hish- IDA j p..pl1tr l'l..rk

', honoree to open.: After this, the : of Mrs. Edward Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wade \\'aXo.. 301.
: Vocational High School.\ The winner of the Jig-Green Mr. Neese is employed by j MERRILL EDWARDS Thomas ft Pierce

: Theme of the meeting was vile contest will 'play Oliver, delicious refreshments o f Suburban Gas Co, Broughton are sorry to hear I had as Sunday guests their in All aCl'ordan.oe'itll worl' :performed the shall be, City Clerk I:I Attorney' for Plaintiff.
I that she is a patient: in Bradford -I plan j 1-24 3t 2-7 I 1-24 4t 2-14
"Balance PTA-A Challenge" 1: High of Cross city at 9 p.m. i ii punch coffee; and cake were I I frtrfcecat at Griffin's\ 1 son-in-law and daughter. Mr. kpecifications and contract doc- I

S and the Friday, Feb. 8. II i ij served to approximately 35.., Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Boy County Hospital and. wish and Mrs. Walter Withey andfaiiiiy u Uflnapertaining h _\. ___. :. _thereto. i, _.
keynote speaker
,
was : for her a' speedy Wehave 'I' nuic.ii may u* vsamiued: at the'
: Mrs. Minnie H. Fields. State j The upper bracket semifinal guests. I I Griffin entertained at their | recovery. 1 of High Springs. another office of the City Clerk, Starke,
Junior T.U. Puts Jan.1 had quite\ a few of our son-in-law Florida, -aud at the office jyer
Play of
on nd Debates
I Saturday
11 night '
Department of Education ; game is at a.m. Satur- home on I people in the community siok daughIiter. Reynolds, Suuth ami Hills Architects I No More Family

: specialist In elementary edu i I day and the lower bracket On Sunday evening Jan. 19 with a barbecue: perk supper 1 Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Len- and Engin'er1019 .
for
I cation. the Sscmi-fmal at 1:30: pm. The 27, the Junior Training Union for a large group of I the past: few weeks and 1 ox and daughter of Jackson :< ,$i>ule\iird Center Drive (Post I
Delegates attending we hope that Office Jo$ 4S5t), Jacksunville.FlQriUa. .
I winners will clash for the C1as of the Maxville Baptist friends. Entertainment was en- every one wiU be i i ville. and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Flans and specifications W Shows !

conference were Principal Eddie I title at 9 pm. !| Church put on a )Biblical; Playin jojed until a late hour. feeling, better. oon. I Grice and son, also of Jack-i may b.. purchased from Ptey-
I Thompkins Rev. Levy I I for Mr. and Mrs. ;L. E. Ratliff fluids Smith and Hilly for the
: J American: Legion Auxilairr !: Costume the Adult i The Long Branch Bap.tist I II sonville.. I, :sum of $3.50 per "set. the cost
Lennon Mrs. Leola Morris, had as Sunday guests their I
I The American Legion Aux-I Training Union which was WMU entertained with a i ii !: !i The many friends of Joe i I of on., set of plans and specifications -
S and Willie Brown. A full repOrt -I I | son and daughter-in-law Mr. will
be
iliary will meet Sunday Feb. : enjoyed very much by every- i stork shower Friday night, I Ii :, Cason will regret to learn i iI I I Contractor refundable to
; of this meeting will ba and Mrs. Colen Ratliff and ? wfco submit bona
3, at RJE High School for i one. They plan to pit the night Jan. 25, 'honoring Mrs. i iI i| i that he is ill in Bradford I fide bids. upon return iu good
made at the Feb. 6 PTA meet the .children. pf Gainesville.. ., Mrs. condition within
I I I ten
((10) days
play again during eve- -
business of i importance to the on ; I Buck Carter. A nice crowd enjoyed -1I ] | County Hospital.Mr. I
; ing.-Rpv. Levy Lennon. president ; Ratliff's mother, M.i' Minnie after bid opening; Individual 15
I Division, District and local : nfng Church Services! in the I this event and Mrs.I[I | and Mrs. J. D. Griffis copies of the specifications and \ '- .T '
I ; Mis. M. J. Lee report- Crenshaw, nd nejjhew gobrt partial -
future. \ seta of drawings
Unit. Come prepared 19 express ; very near Carter received lots of useful I II i of Raiford announce the birth be may .
: er. ? Cain, all Qf Gainesville'. I procured for J3 09 per copy -a.
I freely concerning the i heets1cruge. r I gifts. J of a son, Richard Alton, in I and $u.0 per 'sheet, re>p ('(
Audio-Viliual Education Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Orta- I j\'e'l
banquet which will be held A wedding of interest to awide t Friends of Bootsie Cannon iI j .: Bradford County Hospital on ly not refundable. ':
; Cecil E. Harris, utilization I circle ; 'f1' dS''tnat I'ges'of Jacksonville! visited her'mother A Bid Bond, properly exvcut \
I i Feb.' 23, and the Post homebuilding j 'of? el I will be interested to know tha1"1he i iI Jan. 21. Mrs. Griffis i is the ed by the Biddrr and by a qual-

consultant for the Curriculum. ; fund. I is attending police school l1I !j I Mrs. JCate Starling former Carolyn Youpg. I Wed Surety, or a certified or .
I I
: Materials Sunday.Mrs. I i cashier's ch&l'k on 1.
Corporation, Jackson I I any National 'e ; .
Church News ceeds will to the Florida the Jacksonville Police: ,
) go tat Fiends of Willie Carterwill or State Bank. in a gum nut ,
t Miss., accompanied by I I I Ed Parrish has return : .
First Born Church of the Normal and Industrial"Col-I Academy five days a week. j be glad to know that he less than five per cent (5%) of ;
Rudolph Ditty. representative I ed from Miami where she was the amount. made payable -
I Living God will hold its Pen [ St. Choir No. : 'W. is patient in I to
: lege, Augustine. J : Page a for is mucft better after undergoing the City yf Starke.: Florida must
a for this lectured to th* under a doctor's: : car II
area. tecostal Revival meeting Feb. ;, 2 will rehearse Thursday night the Lake City hospital, where last week in accompany each bid as a guarantee 1'i'T
; teachers at RJE out of his 30years treatment. Mrs. Parrish is surgery that the Bidder!
11-27. Elder Smith, age 19, of Jan. 31, and Thursday night, ''he is supposed to undergo :Ba-a.dfora! County Hospital.Mr. 1. | withdraw (rpm the competition will not
I experience ad- at this
some writ-
.as! an I Jacksonville, will conduct this i Feb. 7, at 7:30.: : New members 1 surgery soon. Mrs. Page has Unproveji II after opening the bids and in ) t?
: .minlstrator!; and his experience 1 ing. and Mrs. E. W. Tompkins the event the contract is awardi ,
: meeting. The Clouds of Joy are always welcome. Mrs. I been staying in Lake City "* """"" .
i I i i had as Sunday guests i ed to the Bidder he will. within || V ? MfcitaL.j.f *i "" l t -
Mrs. Irma Cain and Mrs.
; with this company as consultI I will be here Saturday night, |j M. J. White. reporter. 'also. Mrs. Lacey Brown has i ten (1Q( ) days thereafter pon .gry r- ,, 4d

ant. He pointed out that there I Feb. 2, at 8:30.: All other singer :; Greater Allen Chapel AME been storekeeper while they Wilma Starling both" of Gainesville Mr. Tompkins' sister Mrs. Zee !1 enter Into contract and furnish I } f y
\
I j is to be I i ) were supper guests of Brown and niece, Mrs. Sadia I the required bond falling which :, vTr
more taught
today,
? are invited to attend. The Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson are away. I i lIe haU forfeit deposit as Uqui-'
: less net time to teach, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl. Jones.. last.1 Powers of Macclenny.: Mrs. I dated damages. The Rid Bond
program is sponsored by Bro. pastor will hold regular ser- We are glad that Mrs. Florence ,

more competitors from outside I i Harry Fisher. Elder Flax |j I i vices starting with Sunday Parrish is able to be at ; week.Mr. : Brown was celebrating her and Performance to be Bond from are required -i I
i secured an :
i .
Mrs. W. C. 80th :birthday. ; :
; influences. All'this calls for Howard pastor: Jephoniah School at 9:45.: Morning Ser- 1 1 home after a stay in the Ed: and Brough-I.1 agency of the surety or insurante : .
.' .I, ton of Gainesvilfe' were visiting Allen Findley. who is attending !, company which agency I Ii '. -
: more teacher preparation. he Lane. reporter. vice, 11 a.ra. All members: and Fraser hospital in Macclenny shall ha\'& an established 'I

I said, and greater use of audiovisual New Bethel Baptist Church, ,, friends are invited to a Love and we wish her a speedy re- with :his i parents, Mr. and, i mechanics school in j 1 of business in the State place of ,

aids.Lincoln I Mrs. carl, Broughton, Sunday.I Daytona :Beach. was home: for I Florida, and be duly licensed: to II II i iI
: Rev. A. Vinson pastor. Sun- Feast. At 6 pin:, Holy Com': covery. I I conduct business therein. ':
Also visiting Mr. and the nd.
I Beats RJE day School 9:30: a.m. BTU, munion. Choir No. 1 will serve. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Griffis were wee Kaoh. bid; shall be addressed

: Lincoln High of Gainesville i, 530: p.m. the MWU of Mt. All officers are asked to be 1 of Glen St. Mary visited Mr. Mrs. Gus Wynn of Starke.: 1 Friends of Mrs. Kathleen I to Starke the, City Florida.Council and City marked of I ,; '

.
I To All Our South I
staged a 65-36 victory over j Sinai District will present a present. i and Mrs. Dewey Mcpherson Raiford will regret to learn "l1unic-i ..1.1 Water and Sewer-: I>I r : '

the RJE Tigers last Friday i program culminating the bridal Bethlehem Free Will Baptist -: and Mrs. Mary Jane Griffis Florida Readers that she is ill at the home of I age Improvement Program, fity ;_ :' t-.J
......... I I of .Starke "
-
"ETHEL" Sure hope the I Florida and deliver .
night in the Lincoln gym. The i j contest. Several girls are Church, Rev. Louis Mc- last Tuesday. I !: j I her sister, Mrs. Lucy Polhill, I i ed to th. office of the City : ,

r. Terriers Jumped to a 30-14 J I competing for the title. Pros Kay pastor. The church an} Mrs. lla' S\ifer and son, :Billy -I news this week makes you l i in Tampa. Mrs. Polhill is also I Clerk, City of Starke, Florida, I -I. ": 4
I feel better and we were glad l I either by a representative! of
pastor anniversary was a success have returned to Maxville I : i ilL Friends wishing to send the m L- '
ler who ;ball ubtdin a
i :
take I
oor. '! and the officers and after visiting in New York to hear that you the I I cards may; reach them at this I receipt'therafor, or by rfgisteri t : .t :
i, TELEGRAPH. Will try to have! j i ed mail with return
1 members were glad to have, :I City, and are now making address: 2015 Elmwood Ave., I 1 quested. receipt le1 i iI i ',
I Ii
Rev. Dennis of Lawtey. and ; their home with Mrs. Flor- i more new from now on. Tampa.Mr. I The' City reserves the right : .- .

Rev. Tame Lee with us. Th?1 I ence Parrish and family. ,-vSmypathy Extended and Mrs. M. Dobbs and I j l' (bid.o waive to informalities in any I The THRIFTON
I : reject any or all bids in :
BUCK'SI weekly schedule will be the Mr. and Mrs. Dan' Hargrov- The citizens! of _Graham,! L: children and Miss. Betty I whole or in Part, with cr with-i i Series* 193-A-J9-M ; )
; would hike. to take this I 19 tube (overstt dlag.
opportunity .
and ] out c u.se.: 'and lor to accept the ,
same except for the Ladies i I es and daughter, Minnie, to.express their ,.deepest' .'I Dobbs of Chester, Pa. are j 1 bids that in its judgment will 17?sq. in. picttu7lQllrlft4tcL

Circle which will meet at the Kuyle Cannon attended i funeral -'I "' : visiting their parents and.1| be for the best interest of th_ '

home of Mrs. Georgia Jen- services for Mrs. Nancy sympathy to the family I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 1 1 City of Starke Florida.
i of C. J. Frgzier. He 'will be CITY COUNCIL OF THE
kins. The pastor and members Starling in Macclenny last I Ode Dobbs. t DI'iU n
: j I CITY OF STAIIKE, l<'LOnI -
GROCERY & MARKET I missed b Vy/m the communIty TlftR
I' IDA.
: will go to Hampton to render I Sunday. I Mr Willie Carter, lvrs.'I H
| who thought so much ol MEUHILL EDWARDSCity :
services at Macedonia Baptist We are sorry I
,
.
Half Mile North Of City Limits U. S. 301 Church this Friday night. Al- John North and. his daughter I him.J. Drew Sweat visited Mr. Carter 1-24: 3t 2-.
and and l
W. Starling Mr.
.- members and friends are Invited Helen have both been i1l,- and in .Bradford County Hos-
Mrs. M. Starling all of, Lake! I <1:11'15-1<
.. to attend and help make wish them a speedy recovery.: Telewision
OPEN 7 DAYS--7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. ; pital. SKCTION: 1-
Merle English and Worth, were up visiting withthen L Li IITA1IO.FOIl 1IIDS I Ir'nOU:04F.
this s rvice'$ success. The a- Mrs.
i O. B, Gordon
Friends of Mrs- -
and' Mrs
parents. Mr. : or EQI'II.IE'TI"on
in the anniversary I children and Mrs, Janie Hig '
mount raised\ ; : and Alfred, Addison will Ml MCI PAL WATKIlAM
Also while
H. E. Starling. I
: was $126. Mrs. Rosa ginbotham spent last Sunday II ) fcCU"KUAGH: From
: be to know that they are I $
SUNNYLAND C Green, reporter. in Doctors Inlet with Mrs. .here they attended the fun I glad I IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMCITV : $139,95
both home from King Memorial -I OF STAHKK. FLORIDASEALED
: I' eral of C. J. Frazier. I
; PICNICS LB. Notice of Test Hessie Adams. I after several]I., PROPOSALS will! be I
Hospital
We would like to'say here! retched
that by the City Clerk, City I
to learn
An intelligence test will b:!I We are glad
that we hope.. to see 'everyone days illness. of Starke, Florida, until 7:00 P. I
.
given to all students in Grades .1 Buford Higginbotham is improving M. (Eastern Standard Time) on : Buy Winkler's No Carrying CJiarge
: able to attend in Church Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Ada Kelly went to I February: 1963. and publicly
2. 5. 8, and 11. All students: and was I
FRYERS LB. ; Jacksonville Sunday, and her opened thereafter at the regular I
-: must take the test at RJE. i church last Sunday and City Council Meeting on that ; Plan
I then have lunch afterwards and Mrs. Franklin Hig;' 1 daughter Mrs. Jay Moody,I, date for purchase of equipment I I I

.1 GOOD LEAN I and Mrs. F. B. and family i brought her home Tuesday for additions and improvements
with Mr. ginbotham ant
.
to the municipal water and sewerage -
t.. ALL MEAT STEW. lb. . 5 .1 Coleman and family.. Mrs;'Lena: Joiner of"Jackson..-" 'afternoon. Besides her daughter -, systems, consisting of: i Winkler Electric Inc.I I
:
,
c
had her granddaughter -
; .... Mrs. E. Q. Higginbotham is vile visited with Mr. and Mrs'. Mrs. Kelly and great grandson I ((a b)) two approximately(2)) turbine 1350 well JIUU1PS.feet of !,

GOOD getting along nicely following Doss Higginbotham .'Sunday.Mrs. 8-inch cast iron pipe: (P) t* > j
in St. 11'as supper guests making: (2) chemical feed pumping! Units 1 I I
last Friday
IuI surgery Lucille Griffis. Inc
FUESH four generations together. ; (d) three (3) chlorinatorl.f' 234 N. Temple Ave. Phone 961.43'1
LINK Vincent's Hospital. daughter Karen, Mrs. Henr:' ( ) one 10-inth water meter and ,
Sorry to learn that Mrs., .t' Friends of James Lessig: three ((3)) indicator-totalizer re- ''
PURE. PORK SAUSAGE -. lb.. 59c Griffis and daughter,' Sharon i' I

A .. '. '- ., : Ella Carter isn't getting along and Mrs. Dorothy Kilgore 'at- will, be glad to know that he -. .1 -- .

CQRNEDBEEF-can.-.394- i'well, and wish her a speedy tended the basketball game ii 1 I is home on a month's leave. .'Ai

1 recovery. : St. Augustine last Frida;y He. is with the Air Force, stationed -
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith night. in France. 4'II'S

{ were' called to Panama City' t\! .-. .- ....:... .......;.... -- - -

TALL CANS t i last week by the serious ill- -- -- -- -- &rt

_ 3t 3 ..I ness of their granddaughter I

: \ ". little Kelly Caruso who was I Ij
MILK | .
;
,., ) t tI j, confined to the hospital. Glad drop 'mrythil] i

1 .. : I : that she is showing much improvement :
GatewayIi ,
-
LIMIT! U I j jI _
Charles + ;
r Airmanc: .. Coving-" Sorry that Mrs. Hattie No- !| 4,'rM

t GA. RED" No Limit ton, ion' of' Mrs: Lc4 s Coving-I'i I I Ian Is ill and wish her a : I .

ton' 'Starke, is being reas
TOMATOES . speedy recovery. I J' t I II Inv81op
8
I- cans $1.00 signed 'trAlcCoy! AFB.; Florida returned home B !
George Pratt f
lor: training land Miity a : W/v
as Corpus || I
from visit in 4
: last week a Incw
,
HOVAI; Chevrolet
machinist. He recently completed
'
- LONG GRAIN RICE. 5 lbs. 59c baSiCtrai ng at Lack- Mrs.Christ Bun, Texas.Griffis had to car-I 11 I J, Ii I

.__u r '1', -- Y .. ... 1 land AFB in Texas' A graduate her daughter. Karen. to an I i ,

-.' JIM DANDY .I # RJp'; gjgh school, Airman ry Jacksonville1'on I I _
t specialist in
Dealer
( ] C eye Your Authorized Chevrolet

1 __ : : U4RJ J i.: ,. . 5, LBS, : ward Cavington Waters' College attended" '11\ 'Jack Ed- from:Monday.an eye Karen infection.is suffering I j .

1- ... l. s'sonville. 'J .
or r ''I I.J '-- J 'I<"4 -fI Don ;
Jerkins
Mr. and Mrse. )

-I CABIN HQMEM&A ; 4rIypctt4!i. M 1ue. :| !and baby visited Sunday with'':' Buy Your New Chevrolet .,

., I
: :son of Mrs. fAnnie Pie of 1 :Mr. and Mrs. Junior Wilkinson ::1( : .. ., .
IiIIj \ ; :- ..

.. ,, I., ", 5 LBS. \p-Stark the, 4ih was1 Armored recently assigned Divisionin ', and George family.Prattleft, last TueaI j I(I I Car Or i, Truck 'Where The : :, Busy days and ctoipy fjm days*and 9f just '


''Furth, 'Germany. He: was for''Nqrfolk. Va. to, bring plcnnlazy da--!" r
I day v' $
: REG, SIZE FAR S r. 29c : at1'' I, JXT ? visit t: Bank
: last statipned at Fort Kpox, i 1 a. plane back for the Navy :
Malll '
_- M.'i" 'I. KjN. 'and ''is now a tank 'crewman Cecil Field and is due home''' 241ontli Or 24,000-Mile : by 4, *' ; *-

Ui CoD of the division's i> .>
week.
this
j vt *- .
POTATOES .. 10 Ibs. :
39c -
WHiTE :24th Engineer Bn. Before"'en ,
,. Mr. and Mrs. Bun Gnus i I.

... \ tering the-Army in, December and daughter, attended a religious Factory %Warranty Is 1 Honored.I I HAIL DEPOSIT FORMS- 00 ON REQUEST .

F. PURE LARD .. 8 lb. bucket $1.39 1938-- IX Sue was employed by movie in Jacksonville' |1 (\

-. the Hartmann Furniture Corp.in Sunday night. *tlft'

_ SbU1HERN' Hakes-No. 2% Cans Starke. : and Mrs. Pete Wilbanks.'i And Can Be Serviced In Our : -'. '".< .

PEACHES 4 cans $1.00 Albert Frazier, son of: Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis and I\.I ,

..
Mary L. Frazier of Route 1. daughter,.Karen ,nd ..Ir.I and ,

KANSAS QUEEN Starke. was recently promoted -I 11tr. He.nry Griffis and. family'. i
'
'
!
Mod Shop Byi
FLOUR 10 Ibs. - 89c toPrivate 1st Class in all enjoyed boiling at theJune's : : rn Equipped

_ Oermany. vhere he' is a mem-, Ave. Bowling Alley last

her of tne 49th infantry.. His Saturday night. 'FLORIDAOne

-T1 JAY BIRD VIENNAS. can lOc a cook in the infantry's Col:!.I I I I| "Wiilari}. Cannon'-' has return- Factory, Trained Mechanics.

B and; was stationed at Fort i, e4 to. his home. in Jacksonville .I -' .

_ _ .&J PICNIC Knox,, Ky before arriving in | after. a tT9 weeks visit I i 'B ; J :K .At. :.S.T.A-JffKLer"-:

I I ; .
_ MAYONNAISE 1 qt. 49c Germany' in: June 1983: Fra- with his uncle and aunt,, Mr.. Cprn Trade Your '' '.' ., .- ..
; Ypjt Way
r zier graduated from RJE High and Mrs. KTjyie'Cannon.Mrs. t !

12 OZ. School hi"1958 and was em- Ernest.Weiliiausen: Chevrolet of' 31 Banks of the Florida National Group


__ Blue Plate Peanut Butter - 29c ployed in Jacksonville by Banner before Food Storis entering 'I and"'sons vlsitedTm "Jacksbn-: At.Gateway I Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.

'- ville on Monday. ,
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THURSDAY JAN. 31. 1963 .BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA PAGE FIVE

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I WITH YOUR a favorable answer to each. I l JOHNSTOWN MISSIONARY .\,.. roii fill A i) r'o It n !' SHERROD TV. HAMILTON once each wfek' f or (our.. c"nseculive -
School h l Overpass 1. Is &oJ ,near Starke fertile -' i SessionOf M s. L Mfra! Gill: BAPTIST CHURCH ('01::N'I'rt IV ('II.\ l'II&\ : THOMAS & PIERCE \."'..I'f in I tif* lilJADFOHt I; i
tAsl'
I. -\ COUNTY AGENT f O. 1.1l1. I 293-205 North Temple Avenue > riH'XTY. TELEGRAPH. i
for gardening? JUI I I II !Servces Held : An&11S B. Lawson Pastor I'UIulIff; I 1-17'; U 2-7:: Dated this 5h day of Janu'
i 2. Is the soil well drained or .. I ary. 1"*:8.: ;

I i t; ProjeCt Aired I can be drained? > County C'OUrtThursd Mid-way Lake Butler & Rai-1 Florida- >-jauipiient; Company I II j ni.\ni.KS: A. .().\HBf,
I '
i 3. DD you have floods in y !I ford ,on State Road 121 of Tampa, A corporation, ft al.DoLaidants J.OTICETO DIED ': Clert, of the Cir.-uit Coutt. ;
j, I IX CIKCUT COlttT 11H.IH. By Janet N Carter. :
I. :Continued irom Page One] i ( ; Starke? Bible School, 10 a. m. Morning :Mvricn or ?rir FOUl COUNTY.: FLORIDA Deputy Clerk,
4. Is good drinking water j Closes d Mrs. LaMira GUI 68, ,of' i' In the name of the :state of j I\ CHANCERY.Bobbie 1-10 4t 1-10
,. I, Monday Worship, 11 ajri. Sermon: florid: Jane Jones,
t school zone because students obtainable? Kingsley Lake, died Tuesday '' TO: Ortain-Tted' Products Cor Plaintiff.vs. i = -==,=.

;t ': are crossing the highway all I 5. It the water free of sulphur afternoon in a Gainesville "Three Terrible Things Have !iiuratinn !120 East Lancaster! Case Xo. 18-195 -'

''I during the day to reach the i' taste? A hectic week' of county I hospital after an illness ofj I Happened_ in Union County.", Avenut.Ardnu.re You are hereby, Pennsylvania.notified thata I! Edward* Defendant Walter Jones., WILLIAMS ;

I 6. How many milt::' ij Jacksonville ; court came to a' close Monday!! several: months. j jMrs I Teen-age Meeting 6:30: p. m. suit in equity has" been XQTICE TO APPEAR '
( ; USO, rather than just during ? i Iirvugiit by Joseph D.rllrreil, To! Edward Walter Jones ';
GUI
h after Joseph Lee Simmons] was born in Starke I Adult Training Union, 6:30'p.: 1 as! plaintiff, in the Circuit Coyrt I wh'! .... _idenco and address is; !
I the time of arrival and departure 7. If septic tanks are used, !waived a jury trial l
'1 rom. school. He also I i iI I do they function properly? I ed, hs plea to guilty'' to the] of ,the late Joseph M. and I rat Laymen's Service. 7 p. m. i: Florida Kuin:;t ), oa and also against You are hereby notified that: :
iI Four laymen speakers. Wal-i EluipmltCUmp..I) of ;; a suit for Divorce has been filed
? pointed out that the city J( I 8. Is there a State Farmel'i i I charge of leaving the scene< of: Lucia Sharpe Alvarez. Tampa, a corporation; p. A. Da- j against you in the above named REPAIRS
' : Market in Starke? an accident. I Surviving are her husband I lace Grieggs [The duties of a Vis; J. T: Quigley; i* enix As- Court and cause and you arc I
:' would' save considerable: money 9. Do have a hotel or j John H. Gill superintendent]; J. E. Box : s-urraute: Company of New York ii j jI required to servo a copy of your \\'A Tell F.S-j)IAI lONI I II pAll S
you of
Simmons was sentenced by Kingsley Xew
J by not having to have an i I I' a York corporativn; Bar.. I answer or pleading to the coin- 1 I .
[The duties of
I ;; motel in Starke? i|County Judge T. A. Yawn to Lake; two'sons, W. H. Graham i a song leader] car Aluminum Products, Co.. a' plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney -;I Work Guarantwd !
officer on duty all aay at the '; 10. Does Starke have a super i fine of placed I Ii Jr. of Starke and Jack' John Ross [The duties of a !1 ovrporation} ; and Air Control, Green & Oreen, Stark, | t
$500 and
a
pay II ; Products gf Ocala. i
Inc.
'
I I a corp Florida and file the original in
school if instal- deacon] Willard Ga skins! C. Williams
is
an overpass market? i for Gill of Jacksonville sis ; !:I oration. all defendants I II A.
4 I on probation for two years ; one in the the office of the Clerk of the ,
: led. I 11. Can you grow strawberries the charge which resulted when ter, Mrs.; W. P. Randall of [the duties of a church Mid-I i I uimve styled C. USff. to declare1i I Circuit Court on or before the M2 W. Call SL
1 I :i i ; adjudicate the following 4th day of February. IS3. :
week Bible
By G. T. Iluggins Prayer and Study
and vegetables all year Tampa and ten ;'described :
his Volkswagen station wagonhit ; grandchildren : property' situate in otherwise the allegations! of
Starke. Fla.
round? and killed :Mrs. Jean Davis .' : theme: Missions. i! Bradford County. Florida to-wit: said Complaint will be taken an i, .
) Council Sells PECAN MEETING i Lot i cf Block :2 in Pine- I confessed .bv vou. .
The mpst cOIPplete meetingfor Be Sure-Don't Guess Mixen, 39, of Starke last September Funeral services were held i h3I), according\ ;: to plat i ii This notice snail DC published: i ------ -. ....:-:: i
0-2 4-dichlorophenyl 0-0- 14. C1arges of .manslaughter at. 11 a.m. Thursday in St. : j i thereof rcordM in PI*'.1 if
owners of any number of J l ix THE rincuiT comT or I ITHM i i Book. 2 et Page 65 of the : --- '-1 I
PECAN TREES: is set for next diathyl Phosphorothioate is i 1'I against Simmons Mark's ,Episcopal Church 'with : KICHTH jrDICIAL!'! current pbli, records of :

I Parking Meters 'I not the best material tQ use if I i[I had been changed to the. lesI Rev. Roymand E.. MacBlain I .ClHCl'IT or FLORIDA >IN.INI !'I Hrsdford Vmnt>.' Florida ,
week. I ) FOII miAUFonn cowTV. to be the constitutional home-
you fumigate your soil prior :;i 1/'t[ of leaving the officiating. Burial in the !
I Information to be presented j ser ?J15e was i : l.V CIIANCEHV.CASE :I stead of the plaintiff and to
[Continued From Page One] f I to setting roses. In research I j I scene of an accident. family plot' in Crosby Lake NO. 13-1119. i j declare and adjudicate the aaid ASBESTOSTILE
will interest persons with one I IN RE; Adoption of homestead 'to be from VYNAL
I work it has been observed I j I The longest trial of the session Cemetery under direction of| Shieia, Joyce Waterhouse exempt
ent, Roberts told the council tree as well as owners of our I the lien of the judgments heU
i that soil fumigation will give]i took place last Thursday DeWitt, -C. Jones Funeral: A' Minon ,j i 1styou.. and the other named:
but that standing can be improved biggest groves. iI j ORDER OF PUBlICATION I defendants against the said
| about 20 Home.
percent more
you when it took a jury all day' toj
he feels if the community Three top information men I II I AMI XOT1C1 TO HKFKNU j I Joseph 1'). War's. '
I buds. try Kelly Greeson of Lake Active pallbearers were W. TO: Beatrice Brown Waterhouse j You are hereby summonsjit! For Floors of Beauty
will be with us from the University
shows great interest in kills out all soil Powell 5151 Jefferson Street, Houston ordered and required to file
Fumigation .City and find him innocent of C. George Flynn Jr., II
the project and is I of Florida. Fred: LaW- 23, Texas. your written answer or defenses'
prompt a-
insects and parasites that ]charges of "Jaaving the scene George Canova.. A. Bishop I You are hereby notified that',!. to the complaint and amended I and Durability
fruit
bout donating a suitable site rence our crop, specialj I j i might tend to slowly damage of an accident. Qreeson had Jr., .I. R. Wainwright and L.I f a petition has been filed in the .1. complaint with the Clerk of said
i on which to build the new ar- I ist with the Extension Service,j! above "stylf-d Court by Ashley) Circuit Court in the County
retard good growth. The been the court A. Canova. ,
or bound over to
Elwood Brown. Jr. and his wife. i Court JIou.oe at Sarke Florida,
has arranged the i I >
program i iI
mory. material you use will indicate after a preliminary hearing : I X.-itherlena MeCall Brown for I! on or before February :28, 19C3.

"Since the city will get the I and Ralph will act Sharpe as moderator.with the 1 I II !I' the days to wait after fumi- Tuesday/ January 8, by Judge Hearing Favors ; the adoption. and of you Shiela are JoyceWaterhouse. herel |I' Bu-tr and to or serve dffensfcs a copy upon of Ilollis ruch an-V. A Special For .

old building I personally feel I j'gation before setting plants.I Yawn for his part ,in an accident l llY required to serve a copy of 'f Knight, plaintiffs, attorney IIir
Experiment Station will discuss I objections thereto
that the city council can get may be from one day up last November 8 !jn whichliyearold your answer or hereinvho! e address is: P. O.
top varieties insects disease I Toll-Free Calls upon Theron A. Yawn, r"IIf'tltlnnf'r':1 I. Drawer K, Starke. Florida, on
; the ball rolling by donatinga I to two weeks. i Robert Michael: attorney, whop? or before said date, as required '
and need for rehabili The two most popular materials -!jphifer! son of Kenneth R. Pni- mttiliag< '' 1*: Post Office by the laws of FltirUta and tht
new site Roberts, said -I Continued From One) PER 9" 9"TILE
: tation.Dr. Page j Drawer 348, Starke, Florida, Florida Rule? of Civil Proce- x
think it will make a great difference -!,I I'I'I I to give you best results -I fer of Thereaea: was killed I and to file the original thereofin dure. If you fall to 1o no a le. 1 0 1C
J in running competi- Nathan Gammon, ; also' are Nemagon. which is i.while riding his bicycle on S. lines and bear an additional ll| the office of the Clerk of the err I" pro ronfesso will' be entered vly
with the Experiment Station: rirenJt Court nf Bradford Coun- against you for the relief demanded -
tion if we show a lot of interest I! will discuss soil .; a one day material; and DD R. 100. The boy ws hAt first yearly expense of 36134.29 tot ly Florid on or before March in the complaint.It .

," he added. evaluation whieh is a 10 day or two by a semi-truck and trailer and, provide the service. j 1, HXJ3:!, or otherwise! show is hereby ordered that this '
fertilizing, cover-cropping and I ; cause on or before said date why Notice shall be published once
;
Bradford Commis-
week waiting material. The then dragged( under the body of, County be '
: I said! petition should not each week for four consecutive
ofj !
The council agreed to Robezts' general nutrition. Each
I!i material we referred to at the Gr eson's car. which was following .I stoner Russell H. Green Jr., granted.' weeks in The Bradford County
suggestion of picking these men has had many Herein fail not or a decree Telegraph, a duly qualified
I i! beginning is commonly known! immediately behind the I of Brooker was among the will be enteredHfralnpt 40 COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM
Cfljtt19 .
several alternative sites from years of work and experience pro I newspaper of general circulaj -
on the market as V-C13. i|I truck. witnesses testifying in support !| you for I the relief requested -j t tion within said county.
which one particular piece of in these fields of interest. i!' Interesting Information j I In other action Monday thej|I of the toll-free ser''ice.days !! In the petition. WITNESS my hand as Clerk, .
land can be chosen when the ,1. R. Wainwright, our Starke :, This Order shall lw publishedonce I and the ),(:111 l of said Court altarke
I know that Tallahassee is I j I court found\ Shedrick DavirjjI each week for four ioneecullv ? Bradford County Flor- .
time comes. The council appointed -, State Farmers Market Mana.t lour State Capital and I know I I I guilty of wilful and wanton i, I II u-eelts in the Bradford I ida. this 29 dav of January. 196!.
themselves a committee ger, will bring us I County Telegraph: a newspaperof CHARi-ns! A. mur.v ALSO
up-tO-dat2j j I that the State flower is the : reckless driving and sentenced I of school this term.: I I general circulation within Court
As Clerk of the Circuit
I
of six to find the site. the market situation. Last I
on ;,I Orange Blossom. him to pay a fine of $&0 or Stanley' JJoegel pleaded g11i.1-1' saifl County and St te.Witnsvi of Bradford County. Florida. ,
ASPHALT TILE *
: pecan season. Starke was the :I my hand and the iciRcnr Ct CP-T SEAL:: L
Nowhere Road i only place in the entire i I was reading a little bit I II spend 30 days in jail. Deputy ty to a charge of no valid I :peal" of the Circuit Court at I I HOTjIjIS V, KXIGHT Ira ff jcfcr PER
pecan I I about Florida the other day I Sheriff Willard Williams' driver's license and was sentenced -' !' arkp. Rradford County Florida -' IV O. Drawer F TILE

belt holding an auction sale. I I and learned also that the I I'I squad car was totally demolished -I to a fine of $20 or three this 29 day:of A.January DARBY.1963.rnART.TCS : '. j Stsrke, Florit1' as low as .
for Plaintiff
I Attorney
Next WEDNESDAY evening
Being Paved name was derived from a in the accident, though he]I daya in jail. He was also tried as Clerk! of said Circuit Court 1-31 4V 2-1:!

7 pan. at our BRADFORD I'I Spanish word for "flowery." was not seriously injured.In I by a jury and found not guilty) BT Janet Per N >Carter.'it ? {'lerkTT. -
[Continued From 1
Page ] BUILDING
COUNTY FAIR The nickname is- Alligator action last Friday Jan. of charges of driving while'; (<: OF cincniT COURT) I

The issue was finally resolved will be it. We want everybody State. The motto is-In God 25, W. Al. Dabney pleaded: intoxicated. i TnrnO'lr: A. YA---r.:- JR. NOTICE IS KOTIPK HKREBY OIVEXj The SINCLAIR EATON Co.

in 1962 when Duval I interested in pecans to be We Trust, and we were admitted ,.i j I guilty to assault and battery, In a. preliminary hearing!| Starlce f'nft: OffiDrawer, Florida: 340 I. that the undersigned, desiring the;
the 'weather to engage in business under :
County acquired the neces-I present. In case to the Union March 3.land was sentenced to a fine of Monday afternoon charges of]I Attorney for Petitioners i fictitious name of CA.VOVA'S 716 N. Main Gainesville, Fla
is too ::cold meeting will be i$50 or 30 in 1-31: 4t 2-21 PHARMACY at 101 K. Call
sary right of way and Gov- 1845. I bet you didn't know days jail. 'stealing a water pump were

Farris Bryant's administration in the Courthouse. all that either.IAlachua Henry and Ann Gibson were dropped against Carlos and) I I i Street Florida, in intends U'" City to register of Starke' the Phone FR6-8221
A will be set for
period
agreed to widen and pave I found guilty: by a jury on Edgar :Manning due to insuf-i Ui TIlE rmrriT rornr or 1' said name with the Clerk of the
the "missing link." questions from anybody. Refreshments charges of contributing to the I fieient evidence. The pump was T'IIK EICJHTII jrmriAhCfRCI'IT Circuit Court of Bradford Coun- ,

I will be furnishedby MayPurchase .delinquency of a minor by al-'I stolen from Luther Hilliard,1 OF FIORln.IX i ty, Florida. ,

Work on the project is well the Farm Bureau. i lowing ,their children to miss jbut the court held there was,i -

under way and should be Starke Popularity (school. The Gibsons were sen-i not sufficient evidence to link I I II I : / z
I -
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late The II ,L .. .
completed by spring. Wednesday night I attended Rof4V'With 'tenced to six months in jail but(the Mannings with the theft.I II II ]I

road is now designated as SR the annual meeting of the i committment was withheld on I

228 and will be an extensionof Starke-Bradford County I the condition that the children

Normandy Boulevard [the Chamber of Commerce.The I. Bond Money twill have no more unexcused I :1: THE FORD IDEA: build the fun in. .
cutoff]
so-called Maxville speaker emphasized the I absences from school are sent 7M

which leaves U.S. 301 at Max need for people to work to- |I to school in a decent and clean; 95'' ,I .

ville. passes Cecil Field, and' gether in a program continu- I,I I (Continued from Page 1)) I.manner and that all back bills o I build the worry out!

continues to Jacksonville. ously boosting the City and owed to* the schools be paid.
on oJ other segments
progress
It is expected to bring Increased County. Always be prepared to of 301, whiclf he said was on ,The case was made against the ; T Spend fifteen minutes at your Ford Dealer's-sec how much difference the right idea f
give people information about couple after one of their 6661
traffic to U.S. 301 out County. Be courteous and I the board's priority list to be .4 makes! ThesE cars are more fun than cars /have ever been before. The Super Torque America's liveliest, j
youngsters missed 50 of 60
since it will provide a shorter ,
four laned from the most care-free carat!
Georgia
route for Baker County citi- be friendly. j .I Ford (foreground) has V-8's up to 405 horsepower, a $10 million ride, rich interiors and
line to Bellview by 1965. I
zens between two county This week I received a letter !i Powers said that the Du- : -.- '! luxury features like an optional Swing-Away steering wheel. The sleek new Fairlane

seats Starke in Bradford from a couple in New informa Jersey val County Commission is obtaining -:] Appliance -- Radio -- Television i I middleweight (center) is quick, nimble, solid as a bank-and offers America's newest FORD

County, and Green Cove I asking the Starke.following I them right-of-way for the i I V-8! Don't miss Falcon (top)-now with a new dash of fun, including the first Falcon MUM: .IKOHUf.:.IMO.THUNOUUU
tion about gave
Springs in Clay -- ------ .-- bad stretch of 301 between [ c I convertible. The '63 cars from Ford are designed to be less trouble than cars have ever PRCO..CISCf

Baldwin and Maxville, and I SERVICE AT ITS BEST i I been before. They're tight, quiet, solid as they come-and all* have Ford's Twice-a-Year _
about 60 or 70 per cent has .
(or 6,000-mile> ) Maintenance! .beepl Falcon sution BUS and Club wagon UOIORI
already been obtained. He said
I
the board would like to let '
Trained Experts In Each '
Dept. ;
I the contract on this segment |
.
r QUALITY-BUILT during next summer. : I 4 :
I
: Powers said the four-laning'l' FOR QUICK I G: i 1 1J
lay's
south, from Starke :
DEPENDABLESERVICE
I a :'t
ip l2Cu.Ft.Kelvinatorg ( achua County line was pro- J r.
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gressing on schedule and Home ; ...
mi i:'
should be in about
I complete CALL f

; NOW 18911h three months. Another three t /
$ .
months should the ;.4r .1 It4m4fP
'0 N LY see completion 964.7511

Trade ____ of 301 four-laning Appliances II .,',,"t I (j)1 -

through Clay County from, __
;
I Highland to Maxville he said. )
Powers said the portion of AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR 1tLtT I
I
iii 301 from Callahan to Baldwin S Maytag Frigidaire Zenith 1tv.4 : /
1 did not have quite high
; i '
: enough traffic count to warrant 1 \
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_- : GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UP J\ ; :
1cl four-laning at the present ; S
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$ _. time. but pointed out that i j
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it was in good condition and !I II !

Ti i presented no problems to tour> S ";

Li -: I ist travel. NOTICED I II '

______ When questioned about the I

f ji. \ i! re-working of the old lane of .,I

;: 301 north' from Starke to-I' to increase in Postal Rates and !
i Highland; Powers said 'We'U'get

; to 'that, but ore considered I other publishing costs, the following ;,

1 s.ii:: : these other projects more urgent -:
slight increase in subscription rates 4t
and you can't do everything -

at once." I will be effective :March 1, 1963 ; :.

Regarding other road matters I I r

of interest here, Powers I 4 r- S

\ said that the re-building and .'In Starke Trade Area IaIlail ,
''
widening of SR 100 west 01' -

Starke is on schedule and I ,,
One p." ,,,,, ,.',s
should ba: completed in the Year-------- 3.50 'f. I S" t1t '
I .s ,, ;J .,,"

-Ii Check these quality! Kelvinator features! I tract.three months left on the eon- Six Months2.00 a -- -. -- ---SI"

p.
The next work to be let on .:
68.6 Ibs. Frozen 2 Fun.Width.Egg'! Shelves iIo -
Storage *: > 100 will be from Lake City I' .1., ; 4'

*3 FuII-Wldth Shelves 2 Full-Width Door Shelves i east. He stated also that the 1 1t Outside, Starke Trade( Area .' :r.

Unil!t Clay County Commission had ,, : -
Economical |
I *Giant Porcelain Crisper Pplarsphere _
__ ,, ,
.
.I '
.. .54' .
I recently agreed to obtain the S -- _-_ e_ '. -
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Modem 'a.
Styling '
Chest Beautiful
*Handy Butter S.i__ '
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right-of-way for the improve- -- iC' -
One Year 4.00 -- .. -
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FEd CafUN SOOXL2DoOf .. t
ment of 100 from the Bradford 4r- -' -p.
value! -S.
Kelvinator brings you greater M jflnp
<2 County line through Keystone Six Months 2.25 ? -' ,
-
Instead of making costly annual model changes. Kelviiator i Heights.

concentrate: oa basic improvements,bringing them to you just as Powers also pointed out V '!* .
; : :
soon as they are tested Wappwci Because of( this ConsUii I that SR 16 wiU be improved' All subscribers at -, : ..
Basic Improvement are always sure of the newest may renew
t pagan, you so it will be a good road all:

with Kelvinator! j the way to Green Cove old .
time
rate before ,
any '
i Springs. and said that work ,

I MCGRIFF TRADING MART is progressing. rapidly on SR' -* ,
I March 1 regardless of
I,! 228 between Macclenny and expiration TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

Phone 96! l021 !, :Maxville: ,
130 N. Court St. ;
date :
The road board memberS '.

.We Are Pleased To Announce That We Are Now : said that Starke and Bradford 206 West Madison Street Starke, Florida

Your Authorized Kelvinator Household Appliance I County will wind up this *

Dealer. j four years "with the best 'Bradford TRADE WINDS
County Telegraph
f -SET SAIL FOR YOUR FORD DEALER'S THE ARE BL OWI 'G-
highway system in the dis-
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" Auto points from Buff's Garage NOTICE OF INTENTION TODISSOLVE ed one time in the Bradford I Great Seal of the Slate ,
) Noegel's Ovid G.
Lewis'Indicted
: with I Leads CORPORATIONS County Telegraph, a newspaper (SEAL) ol Florida, to be affixed
led by Army Armstrong Dowling I published in Starke, Florida in at Tallahassee the
j I Retains First I Ii high series of 458. Vernon Notice is hereby given under which county the home officeof Capital, this the 25th
1g1iCarott'h. For the provisions of Section 608.36,
the above listed corporations day of January. A. D.
:i In Sundown LeagueNoegel's Buff had high series of 420 Florida Statutes, to each of the are shown to be located. 1963.
i I for the losers. Tornado Cagers corporations listed below, the IN WITNESS WHEREOF TOM ADAMS
* Grand same being incorporated under I
Gas took 3 points LarcenyOvid I have hereunto set my Secretary of Slat
Auto still holds Pyrofax the laws .
: of Florida, and accord. hand and caused the I 1-31 It
I from Carp's, with Larry Noegel ing to the records of the Secre-
first place in the Sundown I G. Lewis of Tallahassee of State,
i tary each and
every
series of 463 for the win-
high In Board Work\
I Mixed League by taking four formerly of Starke, was such corporation appears delin-
'I ners. Bill Lovell had high series \ ( .. quent for three (3) years or i
, I points from M & R Motors. indicted for grand larceny bya more in the filing of reports
{ Rudolph Hutcheson had high i of 460 for Carp's.Simpson !I Dixie County grand jury and payment of taxes under the I REllREMENTWorthwhile?
Taxi, led by BobMahoney's I A regular on last year's cage this week. provisions of Section 608.:::,
3
series for 11
game Noegel, with
Florida Statutes, and that un.
series of 457,
II high I senior forward Billy
squad
, : 462. Carolyn Fuqua was high I The charge against Lewis der the provisions of said Section '
took 4 points from Long i Dowling sat out the first .Last week several lines were brought in connection 603.36:: Florida Statutes '
I i for the losers with 406. was Worthless?
j I! Bridge. Bob McRae had high quarter of this season on the deleted from -TEE TIME" with transaction he had said corporations have been I or
a classed as subject to dissolu-I
Tt Register Oil broke the tie I
\ I series of 455 for the losers. bench, but in the Tornadoes' causing an incorrect state with J. H. Anderson of Old tion, and that three (3) months I

12 for second place with D & W Standings Won Lost ,last nine games he has come ment. The visitor from Hollywood Town. State Attorney Randall after date of this publication I i Far too many of our senior citizens are

I ,Auto by taking 3 points. Pete i Noegel's Auto 31 13 off the bench .to become his Florida, made a hole Slaughter said that Lewis each tion listed and every below such that corpora-has not'I faced by a retirement filled with loneliness .

74 Barton had high series for D I Register Oil . 27 17 team's leading offensive and in one two ,hole. in the meantime filed its reports -:
on number had received payment from I and financial stress. Learn how to
& W with 476. Dick Roder- . 25 19Carp's due and paid the taxes !
D&WAUtO .
i defensive rebounder.As
Since the club opened, only Anderson, a contractor, for! due under the provisions of Section i
mond converted the 6-10-7 . . 25 19 Coach Erwin Land put it, twice :has there been a hole heavy equipment which was I 60S.34 Florida Statutes, will prepare for a happy and useful retire-

split. Bill Nelson had high series . . 24 20 he certified to the Governor of ment
I Pyrofax "It looked at first as if Billy in one..,Both, of which .were never delivered. the State of Florida who will I onTime
4 of 531 for Register Oil. Buff's Garage 21 23 was going to sit on the benchall made on number'four hOle. A Trial of the case is expected issue a Proclamation at that

I and also high game of the I M & R . . 19 25 season, but he had other man from Jacksonville, made to take place during the time IIIMDFORD dissolving said COUNTY corporation.

night, 218.Forsyth. i 26 For Living Thursday at
18
Simpson Taxi. ideas. one of these and a boy from spring term of circuit court in Community Building Company

Plumbing took 3 Long Bridge. . 9 35 I "I seem to be playing the Gainesville made the other. Cross City next week. -Stp..IrA I

.j|Same but maybe I'm just getting .1 The ladies are, still trying to J Starke.& J Building Supplies, Inc.- !' 9:30 p. m. on WUFT, Channel 5

into the swing of things," get more out to play on Jr. Hi Cagers KB & M Incorporated I

: the tall 6'3" forward says of I Thursdays, which is Ladies Starke. i
1 Beat Lake Wells Electric Service, Inc.--
City : National Educational Television
himself. Dowling came off the Day. Gertie hopes to plan a Starke.It I

TERWILLEGAR bench during the Santa Fe tournament for Feb. 14 With I is further directed that a.
Starke's junior high cagers copy of this notice be publish-!.
game three. weeks ago and the (
this being Valentine's Day it
won one of their three games
team suddenly began to click would be nice to have severalout -
last week with a 28-25 win
I with more precision with him
and do something special. over 'Lake City's junior high
grabbing rebounds as if he had If the weather 'co-operates
behind Greg Reddish's 12 point!:
been doing it all his life. won't you all try to come out? effort. i :

Though the tall cager has Jean and I are improving.Last ioEij
The Tiny Tornadoes also lost
scored only 38 points so far week we actually played to Santa Fe's B-squad 34-15
this season, his highest output -
seven holes. We were:going to last
Thursday and to Green

,game has, he been is 11 also for becomingmore a single try for Also nine cold, when weather the rains We i i iwon't Cove's junior high 29-28 in a 20 Words or less, on time -__ .95 Memorials! Resolutions _______ ac per wore

of a shooting threat. ----- came. triple over-time. Reddish was If not paid in advance __ I," Cards of Thanks up to 50 words ______ 2.M

flat even if he doesn't srore too Billy Dowling goes up for give upCarolyn! E. Eaves. high point man for Starke in Keyed or Blind Ads -__ _ 1.00 Over 50 words ____.., ., ..___ 5c per worE
all three
there tobe jump shot against Green Cove. games. Each additional word over 20 03 ads
many points seems I Display in Classified ____. 1.50 per lath
I I

out no of question the line of up takinghim because of Of the Tornadoes' win over II I Cagers Top Mrs. Rosa Allen, INSURANCE NOW F.H.A.-V.A. HOMES
NEW TAG AT REDUCED I
I ,his alertness and spunk under Lake City last SaturCay Billy 91 Of Starke AUTO FIRE RATES NEW 1I0JIES-BRICK
BOAT
:J With Every p the boards.An says "We knew we could do it, Tough Tigers DOYLE E. CONNER "REI I VA-$50 Down

I all-round athlete Dowl but we knew we'd really needan Services TodayMrs. INSURANCE AGENCY II FHA 3% Down
USED CAR ,
Phone DESIGNED FOR MODERN
all out effort. Continued From Page 1] 964-4501
has two football letters,
I ing Rosa VI..-eks Allen, 91. tfche I LIVINGLA
Sold Friday "The Lake win will
and this will be his second one Ciiy
a triumph over Live Oak last lifelong resident of Starke, RUE CORPORATIONJOEL
I in basketball and he expects j show us we have the ability to I Insurance Problems? Read The Classifieds!
: and Saturday Friday' night on the local died in a local convalescenthome HEARD PH. 964-8641
.J ; to win his fourth track letter)I win, against any team if we try IF YOUR NAME IS
________________ floor 71-55. It was the most Wednesday morning after Call The Man From Inquire at 301 E. Call St.
hard he added. The
later this school term. I enough ,
points the Tornadoes had an extended illness. She I "TRAVELERS"George FOUND AMONG THE
Of his basketball rebounding Tigers, last year were iiinner- I REGISTER NOW for adult
scored in a ballgame in three was bon March 22 1871 in E. LaRue, CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL
I ability, Billy says, "I don't up for the state Class A cage evening classes. Mail your
years. The locals won in fine Sumter County, the daughter I Keystone Heights AgL For AT THE TELEGRAPH course selections to L. H. Gib-
know if I title.
than
Ford Fordor : get any higher style after opening up a 24-9} of the late Albert and Mary "Travelers Ins. Companies"Tel. son. Drawer 100. Starke. $2.00

; $$4951957 ,some" others but timing helps a1' Dowling says that game is first period lead. Richard Ard Weeks. At the time of 473-4692 Day, OFFICE FOR A FREE fee per course. Negro adults

lot. He attributes summer j his biggest basketball thrill Hobbs scored 17 points to her death she was the oldest 473-4325 Nites. TICKET TO THE FLORI contact Prof. Thompkins. R J-

long practice.sessions with improving -: especially since he played all Auto Fire Home Business E. School._tfchg
((6)) Good Condition lead Starke John Williamshad member of the First Baptist THEATRE. ,'
his shooting enough I'four quarters and all three 13, Billy Dowling 11, and Church of Starke. Monthly Payment Plan BALED HAY for Sale. V. R.
so that it is becoming a threat. overtimes. I Available -- Ferguson, phone 964-5571.
Harold Bishop and Herb Nelson Funeral services held
were

$ 1957 Ford Fordor -- 10 each. The.-Tornadoes'record at 2 p.m. Thursday in De- !,, tfchg. FOR SALE _ ____It chg_ 2-14
$695 -- NEW AND USED Chain
i B-Squad Wins !Gateway Chevy is now seven wins a- Witt C. Jones Chapel with FOR SALE2 br. concrete By OwnerIn $50.00 up. Repairs- all makes.saws

I gainst eight loss s;, Rev. Leo Hebert officiating. I' Pinehurst Subdivision
,
,Breaks Tie Wins : block home in walking distance Lawn mowers sales and ser
,
_ v-8 Fbrdomatic Radio & Heater. 2 More Games After an open'-'date'- Tues- Burial was in Hope Cemeteryat of shopping area 'and Concrete Block Home, 3 vice. Your McCulloch Dealer

New Motor. I[Ladies BowlingGateway day the Tornado .A and B Theressa. churches. Furnished or un- Bedrooms & Florida Room, Florida Saw Co. 19th Drivtf

: Not to be outdone by the squads travel to-;'.Live sOak Active pallbearers were Mer- furnished. Quiet. large-lot.- 19 Carport & Utility Room.F. N. East Gainesville. Ga 6-
trees.
Chevrolet broke Friday night before 1" takingon rill Edwards. Charles A. Dar- Call 969-2845. tfchg 3411.___ Jtfchg
Starke's
varsity, B-squad --
$$495 -1955 Buick H. T. also won two games during cagera I I,. the tie Monday night by defeating Perry's A and B squads. by, Wayne Edwards, Gilbert FOR SALE-Reasonable priced Small. H.Down A. Approved Payment. FOR SALE: 4." Deming Sub-

the past week with victories Murrhee Insurance 4 on the home floor-- Saturday : Brown J. R. Kelly, and Hor- used Televisions. Refrigerators mersible Pump. Complete with
I I games in the Ladies Twilight "., ... ace Knowles. Washers. Excellent Phone 964-3544 electric cable and control box.
over Live Oak and Lake City night. I
Condition. Bullington Appli- Excellent condition. $195. Ph.
Bowling League. Neoma Nel- 717 W. Cypress Street
Automatic. Radio & Heater Clean. .
in a pair of two point wins. ances. tfchg 533-2591. tfcUg
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son had high series for Ga Game Released ,
"They started coming into way, with 456. Georgia \ Jaycees Upset( : fOR SALE Starke, Fla. FOR RENT: 3 Bedroom trail

their own in the Live Oak e-I In Hunt AreasThe Ready mix concrete, concrete I er. Also trailer lots for rent
had high series of
435 I
$$295 -1955 Mercury FordorA game when they showed a lot Murrhee. 'Coca-Cola Team block piers fence posts, sand .BEWARE of buying any en- Westmoreland Trailer Park.
,.- cyclopedia before you see Phone 969-2151. tf chg.
of desire and determination, Game & Fresh Water ...
D & cement mortar mix.rock,steel .
w Auto Supply took 4 The Jaycees upset Coca- WORLD BOOK. Call or write
Coach Dub Lowrimore said of games from Wells Electric, Fish Commission has announ- oyster shell, limerock and ?oofgravel. M.'A. PAYNE, your local Electra-Tronics Inc.
rep- ,
Good Clean Car. Cola 32-26 last week in theMen's
his team which posted itsseventh ,
ced that turkeys were Phone .
seven 964-2521.
tfdts resentative since Box
paced by Joyce Ward's high Basketball 1956 603
,League. Bob'Regan ) Industrial Division, Sales, Serv
win against four defeats .
released in the Camp Bland- Bradford Engine erinr C.. phone' 964-3794. tfchg
series of 547. Julia Wells led
led the ice. Motors Gen
Saturday. 'Jaycees over Repairs: on

$$3951953 Cadillac FordorLoaded Taking a 15-9 first period] for Wells Electric with a series the league leaders' by scoring ing Wildlife Jan. Management 18, and two doe A- I TRAILER: MART YOUR OLD WATCH will erators. Switching and Con
I rea on {
of 439. Joyce Ward had Representing 8 Manufacturers make the down payment on
a
lead last Friday against Live 17 points, while! Dub Lauri deer released in the trols, Welders and Tools. Power f
were as low as $385.00 down beautiful new Bulova at
high game for the night, 221. i more had 10 for the losers. I Conversion, Transformers.
Oak the Tornadoes despite I
Baby I Dahmers
3. Lake Butler Management A- on New 55 x 10 wide. We trade, Discount House. I
Williams Jewelry took In other during the Sere and Repairs to All
: a fourth period sugby : I games rea on Jan. 22. for anything. 7 years financing tfchjr )

the Bulldogs, managed: a games from Triest Construction i i week, Terre 'a Gulf defeated The turkeys were trapped in with low payments. HYWYNo. INSTRUCTIONSMEN Heavy Industrial Electrical 1

with Alice Murray having Lawtey 50-30 and the Jaycees 17 East Palatka. Equipment
dial 328-
two! point 40-38 margin at the I the Fisheating Creek Manage- J
1961 VOLKSWAGEN\ TUDOR end of the game. David Dyai j high series of 485 for the !, 37-26 to more into second 1C50\; or 325-2048. tfchg. 1939 N. E. 27th Ave. G'villaPHONE
winners. Betty Sprow with ment Area and flown to the \ & WOMEN: NEEDED \
,
vas high point man witn 13 place. Calvin Osteen was high FOR SALE Simmons place, 312-1280
Blanding area as part:
Camp WORK
IN I
while : 557 had high series for Triest. point for Terrell in both 715 South Westmoreland St. tfcJi;?.
Gene Pass and Donald!, man !
of the commission's
SEE IT-TRY IT-YOlJ'LIA BUY IT. StandingsVou Lost program CIVIL SERVICENo
I Falcon had 1 each. games with 17 points aeon- I Priced for quick sale. Owner

Against Lake City Satuiday I Gateway Chev.. 21 7 test. John Bates led Lawtey to increase turkey population leaving town. For information experience necessary, gram- WE DON'T

I Triest Const. . 16 12 13 while Elliott here.The contact Williams Jewelers. mar school education usually Sell you we help you buy.
night the Baby Tornadoes points Buddy
1959 VOLKS\VA'bEN\ BUS fought from a 29-24 halftimei I iD&W . . 16 12 had W points for the Jaycees. deer released at Lake tfchg. sufficient Train now at home Good selection of new and

deficit to a 42-39 third quarter:, Wells Electric. 14 14 Coca-Cola bounced back Butler were trapped by the FOR RENT -Furnished and for jobs with security. For details used 8' and 10' wide Mo-

Williams Jewelry. 9 19 commission's game manage-I unfurnished apartments. Also send name address, phone bile Homes.
A REAL BUY. lead and managed to hang onto from its loss to the Jaycees by unfurnished 2 3 bedroom
ment in or
personnel number to LAKE
. : GENEVA
Murrhee Ins. 6 22
win the contest by just two trouncing Lawtey 45-31 behind houses. Reasonable rent. W.H. i
deer
with abundant
an popu II National Training Service, TRAILER PARK
1'Jn1lmn Starkg! tfchg i I
points. Falcon and Jeff War- Tommy Malloy who scored
lation. Box A, Starke Fla. 1 mi. SE of Ilts.
Keystone
1961 Ford 6Pass. CustomSEDAN. ren led the way with 14 and Motor Parts 18 points for the winners.
: Income Tax Service I on Route 100
11 points while Pass had 9! Bates had 13 for the losers. Local Finance 10tp-Apr/4
Wins In Men's'Bowling tfchg
points and Dyal 8. Standings W L GB Charles E. HutchesonMon. FOR RENT Furnished A-I U

CLEAN. !' League Coca Cola . 5 1. 'Lawtey Win In Fri. After 5 P. M we partmenta.Day lights 1 and& 2 water.bedrooms.Con- WANTED Bookkeeping ac-

SidewindersHold i I'' Terrell's Gulf ..4 21 i r Bantam Cage Play All Day Saturday tact 431 center St. or Bulling- ; counts. Reasonable reo t e s. I

Starke Motor Parts turned Lawtey . 2 4 3 ton Appliances.] Phone Day t Johnie Hansen P. O. Box 307.
.1961 FORD VlCTORlA-Nice First In CALL Starke Fla.
. . 4 964-1195 964-6551 Night phone 4681766.
in their best score of the season Jaycees 1 5 Local Finance Co. defeated 9647191.tf I Waldo for
I appointment.2tchg.
Blanding BowlingThe I' Tuesday night- a total Andrews Drugs 28-18 last Fri- 521 Pratt St., Starke _ _ chg 1-31

I of 2,647 with a high game of FIRST PRESBYTERIAN, day afternoon in the Bantam I Chged 4.12A PEYTON FLORIST I EXCHANGEStarke suburban

1959 Chevrolet 9Pass. Wagon Sidewinders split 4 I 926( to take 4 points from i CHURCH' Basketball League. Bill Adams l 119 S. THOMPSON ST. j building lots for 3 bed-

points with the Nike team to I Draw Tite in the Men's Commercial I was high scorer for the win WATKINS ROUTE in this j room house trailer. Delivered.
area is for semi-retired PHONE 964-4155
remain in first place in the : Bowling: League. R. i H. Walton Grady Minister i ners with 20 points while : open i Phone 9647454. 2tchg 1-31
A REAL FAMILY: CAR the for the Sunday; School, 9:45: a, m. man, or lady. Many semi-re NIGHT 954-3891 or 969-1022 ; -
Binding Bowling league last I \Yaldroup set pace I Robbie Smith scored 10 for ; tired people are earning $50.00 j I MATTRESS"

Thursday night at Starke : winners with a 583 series, Morning Worship. 11 a. m.; the losers. i to $100.00 per week dependingon DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS HASTINGS

Lanes. I followed by H. Lovell with a topic, "Our Christian Privil-: In the second game Lawtey ; time devoted to the bUsi- We Wire flowers Anywhere i itfchs & UPHOLSTERY WORKS

1960 FALCON STATION WGN. George Winkler was high for 577, and B. Lovell with a 559. ege." Junior Choir practice : defeated Register Oil Co. 23-9 ness. Maybe you can qualify. i 710 Lemon St. Palatk

the Sidewinders with a 176 I, Terwillegar :Motors while and Youth Fellowship, 6 pan. behind Bill Griffis who scored !j i For personal interview in your II I Furniture Repaired,
p.m. i i area write J. H. McGartty.! INCOME TAX
CLEAN. game j and a.O series. Ray losing 3 out of 4 points to Evening Worship 7:30" : 13 points. Mike Hewitt led i! Williston, Florida 3 tchg 1-31 SERVICE I Upholstered & Refinished

Grif fishad a 186 game and a 1 Starke Utilities, did manage "As Obedient Children. the losers with nine points I SHORT AND LONG FORM MATTRESSES REBUILT

507 series for the Nikes. 1 to hold onto a tie for first Thursday Senior Choir. The next Bantam game will Values DRESS to $14.95 SALE now only BUSINESS AND FARMSCHEDULES I I New Innersprings

1962 FALCON TUDOR-Like New The Titans took! 3 points place with Starke Motor practice 7:30: pm. be Friday at 3:30: in the arm- $2.98. Ladies and Girl's shoes I II i and Box Springs

from the second place Falcon i Parts. In winning 3 points Saturday Work day' at ory. $1.98. Other bargains. Mary Mrs. Clarence F. Rhoden'
Drop Us A Card Call
team, and moved into second I Starke Utilities rolled a season -I new church site 8 p.m. I Carter Paints, 321 North Temple -I Daily 9 AJL 9 PJL or

place just 3 points behind the I high game of 785 and high .1 Ave. 2tchg 1-31 Phone 964-3031 PALATKA EA siieSTARKE

1982 FALCON FORDQR-Sbarp first place Sidewinders. Bob : series of 2,215.Community. INSTRUCTIONSMEN 1 1126 N. Thompson 964-5934
MRS.
Drake was high for the Titans WHICH PEGGY SHALLEB,
Bank made it
with a 181, while Clarence 116 Starke Agent.
points in a row, without WOMEN 18 50>I WANTED Patio Block - .

Scoggins led the Falcons witha ;, a loss, in taking 4 from Russ's No.1 1 WHITE OR COLOREDTO Brick Carpentry repairs, Additions WANTEDLady or couple to

rn NEW AND USED 190. 1 Place. Tom's Shell look 3 out I ITV odd jobs and painting. share my home. Private rooms.
Polaris took 3 points from 19ZENITILc4E! TRAIN FOR 15 years experience. Rt. 2 Box I Phone 964-3031, Stella Rho
Sales
of 4 from Noegel's Auto
the Vikings, paced by Clifton I :1 CIVIL SERVICEEXAMINATIONS -52. Starke Fla. 4tp 2-7 ,, den, 4% miles out on RaifordRd.
O'Connor Real Estate rolledi
CARS Griffin's 200 game and 505 i FOR SALE- Cottage located Rt. ; Box 72 Starke.
series for Polaris. George Wol- a season high game of 925, No experience necessary grade: on Crystal Lake, 3 bedrooms, I ltchg
:, and high series of 2,496, but kitchen. living _ _
fred was high for the Vikings school education usually suffi room carpetedwall -
uJ TO SELECT FROM 1: could do no better than an VALUED cient. No lay-offs. High pay. to wall car port, rm for I WANTED: TOWN CLERK &
with a 181 game and 510 se- washing. TREASURER [part time].
Newly
painted last
even split with Gem Jewelry : Advancement and security.
ries. I summer. Modern, well, very I Must have knowledge of book-
Won Lett who also turned in a season Send name, age, address.. If
Standings
I _& reasonable. Wm. Waite, 640 keeping and typing. Must be
Sidewinders 23 13 high game of 777, and high Compact ___ RFD number give directions Beech Rd. West Palm Beach. resident of Keystone Heights

Titans 20 16 series of 2,252. Styling ';'from local post office. Fla. stchg 1-31 i community. Mall application

$ K WIT H Falcons 19& 16% Starke Telephone won 3 and: 19" PORTABLE, :'1 WRITE BOBBY HALL PLUMBING I to Wm. J. Dermody, Town

Polaris 18 18 'lost 1 in their match with KEY TRAINING SERVICE Commercial and Residential Clerk, Box 336 Keystone

.Vikings 14% 21% Food Pair 5517 Floral Bluff Rd. Repairs. Phone 468-1206 Wal- I Heights. 1-31 2tchg

Nike 13 23 Jacksonville 11, Fla.Mrs do. Itchg
Ray Chance
Standings Won Lost" Inc. 1
CLYDE TERWILLEGAR 1 WINKLER ELECTRIC
PANSY PETUNIA & CAL-
Esterbrook Cartridge and FOR; RENT- Furnished upstairs
I J. L. Johns
Starke Mtr Parts 28 12 J Ji ENDULA plants for sale-Mrs.
I Fountain Pens apartment. Bedroom,
$1.95 $2.95 j Terwillegar Motor 28 12 FOR SALE-3 bedroom home. Ferguson, phone 964-5571, 2 bath
i large living room, din-
I:, 53-95 at The TELEGRAPIL !i Community Bank 26 14 : A GOOD SELECTION OF USED TVs 1: Hardwood floors, tile bath. mi from Starke on Hiway 16 ing room. kitchen with break-

TODAY I Tom's ShelL. . 26 14 234 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-430X i I II Conveniently located. Phone [north]. Stchg 214I astnook. Cor. Washington and

j I O'Connor . 24 16 !I 964-1834. tfchg will do baby sitting in my Grand st. F. B. Beard, phone

'' Noegel Auto . 23 17 I TV SERVICE THE KIND YOU LIKE i home. Call Mary Corn 964- 5332861. ltehg
'liiflfIN6 I' Do need to get into the
Draw Tite . 19 21 you 0612. Up .
W.C.ByronSECRFARY
i country? Here is a couple who
!j Starke Tel.. . 17 23'' FOR RENT- House trailer.
needs to get Into town. You
Your Authorized Ford Dealer Gem Jewelry .. 15 25 I Our TeIepIiii 'KumbtT in the Yellow Pages of Our may be looking for each other. Can be moved on your own 25 to 40. Permanent WANTEDAge resident. J

I .:RIC GlASS BOTIOJ Starke Utilities.. 13 27 Telephone Book is Listed Wrong-Please Check : Contact STRODT REALTY. lot. J. B. White phone 964- Typing, filing and bookkeepI I

:'in Bradford and Union Counties : BOATS Food Pair .. ... 12 28 i .gnar ion for Correct Number. I Starke. Fla. U.s. 301 So. Ph. 1651. 2t chg 2-7 ing.required.. Write P. O. Box i

-1- Russ's ..._.._..... 9 31 i. j I 468-1766 Wa1doltch1 R. F-Demorest" 610, Starke tfchg j


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iii ,. f: STAKKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JAN. 31, 1963 fi f ft !


I- ...- .....,..... .S.'..11Fpimer's I have no trouble with trash I

when I cultivate," says Eldon.
t DiaryBy When you burn your cropland Gas Genie says: \

C. you lose.
Sam McGarvey turn to I I Ir I II
We Could Solve Our School's Textbook Dilemma ulAhi uiiltitilii ni .
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Our Soil S Our Stren
i NOTICE OF INTENTION !
TO I Ic
be in' the proper use of the
I( This county's parents, educators, According to Morgan, the state chemical In. 'Weikercontrol..sev REGISTER Notice la FICTITIOUS hereby given NAME that MODERN I Ik

W and civic club members, working together needs to double its present textboo iit;Seasons ago we' asked Soil the undersigned under the pro- II I

could solve our school's text- allocation of $6,000,000 each two years, buyers at 'the tobacco market, Conservation visions Florida of ,Chapter Acts of 20.953.1941,Lawsof will k

book shortage next year. but any increase from the state would and they said they couldn't N-E.W-S register with the Clerk of the LIVINGwith I
A drastic I tell if MH-30 had Circuit Court, in and for Brad- j'r
near shortage of textbooks come too late to help supply books for been used ford County, Florida, upon receipt
I in Bradford County schools has> next year's school term. If our children or not. By Bill Baal of proof of publication of I

been brought to the attention of the are to all have books at the be- A- A of this NEW notice ENGLANDER the fictitious MOTEL name,
4 complete soil and water
public by Supervisor of Education ginning of the new school term next This week we asked one of conservation under which I am engaged in

Larry H. Gibson in a recent talk be- September, the time to Begin planningis A freeze, a heavy rain, and about the developers of of 'Florida-22 delivered to W.farm T.plan Jackson.was Ave.business Starke at,2100 Florida.North Temple NATURAL GAS

fore the County Children's Committee. now when registration for next yearis stir another freeze during the I he said use it that variety, and He plans to manage his pecan Temple William Ave.Summers Starke., 2100 Florida North,
Gibson's stand was backed by County just getting under way. week erased the worry we had! providing the was a good' one grove for temporary graz sole owner. Yon can lead a modern, carefree life today when you aft

Superintendent of Schools Harmon P. The best way to offset our present that things would bud out too how to let it growers mature learned before ing and nuts. He also plans to Dated A. D.this 1963 21st at Starke day of, Brad-January Natural Gas doing your work. it's so much faster, clean

I Morgan and Bradford High School local textbook shortage by next year soon and get killed back. A-I cropping. I develop wildlife habitat preservation ford County, Florida. er and more economical. Switch today youll be (lad
1 Principal Tom Casey. would be for the parents of Bradford side from a Japanese quince,f : areas on his farm. 1-24 4t 2-14 you
'
The state's textbook allocation school there-s nothing flowering at You can retain
to County students to buy at least Any more rain in the Law- existing wild- did.STARKE
Bradford High this term was $2,500, part of the books for their children. red our place unless it's Sam's tey section and 'well be life habitat by limiting farm Good NATURAL GAS

or approximately $2.50 per student, Granted, there are some children who nose. switching over to rice produc- ing, forestry or pasture uses CITY HALL PHONE 964-1301
or a little better than half of what was would not be able to afford textbooksif tion. There ,is water standing and applying necessary main- WorkmanshipAnd

actually needed to supply each student they had to buy even part of them. warning During of the week, there was everywhere and New River tenance measures. The Soil II

with a complete set of books. It will However, it would be a worthy and and you another Big Freeze, ,and the Santa Fe are rising Conservation Service will serve Quality MaterialsWill I
can bet that the as the focal
take, at present textbook prices, $4.40 much needed project for Bradford "wrapped pipes and dripping again.! of point Agriculture for the Department in-

I per student each year to provide all County's newly formed Civic Round faucet. deal was on again assisting owners of STARKE
pupils with a complete set of books, Table to spearhead ,a plan for the pur- However, a low-pressure area. Wet as it is in the woods lands, individually and private in Pay You

the principal said. But even this fig chase of textbooks for those students intervened, and we were sav- fires now, has the danger of woods groups to establish recreation BUSINESS DIRECTORY

ure doesn't allow for any increase in who simply could not afford them. It ed from the record-breaking ,and been the greatly ,decreased enterprises on their land DividendsCourt

the number of students, but would is difficult to conceive of a more worth- freeze. Lowest we had was for ideal "controlled"conditions Emil Meyer is managing hisec&fi

Just keep up with current needs. At while project for any organization.But 24, and after expecting 10, have been, improved. burning i: \ grove for temporary Shoe Repair AUTO REPAIRS AUTO SERVICE
: present, Bradford High School is even if parents were willing to that was almost like a heat S pasture and nuts. He is usinga 126 No. Court St. .

j growing .at the rate of more than 100 purchase part of the textbooks, it could wave. The Okeefenoke Swamp is cover crop of Hairy Indigoto Starke, FloridaTji
students per year. not be done without detailed planningby nothing to mess with. A build up the organic ma Earl's GarageALL
par- J. B.
I., County elementary and junior high school officials, starting with reg- tion An article on hog produc- ty of men went in there recently terial in the soil. _, KINDS OF WrightBINCUUB :
schools also are, in need of additional istration this spring. It will have to states that pigs raised in to rescue some boys who The other day Tom Craw- AUTO REPAIR WORK

textbooks, althcugh their shortage is bet decided which student will buy close confines" are subject to were lost; after"'the boys were ford was talking about his All Work Guaranteed 6EBTIC3

not as acute as that of the high school.It which books and which will be fur- by"tail-biting.the which is listed found another search was fish pond. Dr. H. S. Swingle Phone 969-29U

would take about $3.20 per year to nished him by the school. It would be "social euphemistic disease." name of a started for two of the "res says "For good fishing a pond W So. Walnut. stun STATION 1 ,.
Seems that'sa must be
stocked
with the
keep elementary students in books, 70 unfair for one student to be supplied' high-faluting for cuers, who. had become lost. right ::: Ante Bye
name sucha kinds and numbers of fishes, Compute
.. AUTO SERVICE
cents more than the $2.50 allocated all his books while another had to buy ,
low-down trick, but then it made highly productive, us- '-= ! this year. Books in the lower gradescan them all.School. will be easier to get a grant Alice found a pretty little ually by fertilization and kept ; Gilbert S. Brown Tire -> Batiufel-&nIG.rkI
be bought in smaller officials would have to de- for green frog on a leaf of a
quantities $50,000 to study the latter free of pond weeds"
than in high school, according to Supt. cide before school starts next September than the former. den white room poinsettia the other in the gar The species of fishes found ;_QW( Standard OQ Senrtw Station I Lubrication Washing
day. She
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Morgan, and then shifted from group which books are short and thus tried to catch it but apparently by Experiments to provide ATLAS 542 Madison' HI-SMI
1 to group during the year. This enables which ones students will need to pur- We haven't any idea why he knew that we was des:J best sport fishing are large- TIRES & BATTERIES

elementary schools to buy more different chase themselves. Under this methodone Pigs go around biting theirneighbor's tined for the cold outdoors l mouth bass, bluegills, and re- I :r;, Budget Terms Road Service

types of books, since the num- student might buy an English book tails, but we will for he successfully hid from dear sunfish. The channel cat '","', Phone 984-7071 Dodd's Service &
ber of each kind needed is fewer. It is and another a math text; but neither say that we have seen a litterof Alice's roving eye. fish is a valuable supplemental. 407 N Teirole. Stark

noteworthy, however, that elementary would be requird to buy all his books. pigs racing around in a t .species for areas where it -

students go through many more booksin Another method might be to determinethe circle, each one snapping at Reminds us of the frog that is available. for FUN Starke's Auto Sale I
the tail
the course of a year than a high total shortage, divide the amount ahead of him. and Sam inadvertently carriedover After the pond is stocked
that they .seemed to be Cities Service Station Rambler Sibs ft ServiceGENERAL
school student, although the cost per by the number of pupils in a school, very good time. havinga to High Springs 'one and fertilized, no fish shouldbe and HEALTH

book is less. and require each student to pay a cer- morning. On opening the car removed by fishing until J C. Gardener, Prop. REPAXB1NQ I

A good round figure, according to tain textbook fee upon entering school Another term we learned door over there he jumped out after. young bass have hatched. Every Mechanical Service International Ltftttma

Superintendent Morgan, needed to This would assure that each pupil this week is "cribbing," the and Is now probably: the big- year This after normally bass were occurs stocked.one Starke Lanes General Repairs Automatic Mufflers
gest liar In
Alachua Transmissions
drastically reduce the county school's would pay the same amount. chewing of the wooden' stalls County,
filing of the 45-mile jump Eldon Sapp likes to cut Cities: ServIce Products FTEESTONBTires !:
textbook shortage would be another But the details involved in such a by horses and mules. Experts Highway 100 South
he made: up the crop residue on his! TIRES BATTERIES
$5,000 in addition- to the state's pres- project cannot all be worked out here.It who have studied this prob' S fields before he turns the PHONE 9646261For 705 N. Temple Starke Batteriee, AccecEtn

ent allocation this county. About is our hope simply to start the ball lem [and it IS one. what with And dont you be,one .of ground. "When I mow my League Information PHONE 964-9911 628 a Walnut m-uu
i half of the $5,000 could be used in the rolling. It would be very shortsightedof the high cost of lumber] sa'irthat those hard-heads who 'sayhat fields before turning them I -

( county high school since it is growing us to lessen the value of our great- it can be reduced by, $ frogs can't talk! They .

f. faster and since high school books cost est natural resource, our children, and feeding three times dally ,Instead bah and do, as you will know

more." The remaining $2,500 would waste $2,000,000 of school plants in horse of once. It seems the if you've ever heard a bflllon

greatly reduce the textbook shortage the county simply because of a lack of gets{ tired of standing of them when they are having -

in the rest of the county's schools, the' .textbooks-which can be rectified for a takes around up all chewing day in a lumber stall, and for a political convention on a : 1. -

superintendent said. few thousand dollars.It spring night. It sounds rather ,I

r ,) There are two means by which the would also seem to be a good ,want do. of something better. to exciting, 'as,,Itthey. were an ( REAL SHARp FORD DEALER

needed $5,000 can be raised. One is time for the people of Bradford Countyo S S screaming the name of the \c;: IJ

by an increase in textbook allocationby do something for themselves, to The tobacco Industry fI stm favored "candidate' ?but for all # \\it i(i /J

the Budget Committee of the State stand on their own two feet, rather debating use of HM-30. Ifcs we know they'may be chanting I \, .. .

Legislature in the next biennium. The than waiting for the state or federal key to the problem seems to unison *'hfi':* a bum!" ) ANNUAL

remaining alternative is to raise the government to .do something about it .I .tI
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I :Recent Accidents Involving FirearmsI Home Demonstration Notes byDOROTHY 'E"It WNTh1 .



Point Up Need For Re-examining Lawof j ROSS

Boat Dmoastratioa Agent
"Youth Dead in Accidental Shooting said premises, or in the (defefase Of J

j Case" life, limb, or property, shall be punished How To Treat Dust ClothsIn How to CleanUpholstered SPECIALS
"Girl Wounded in Head by Rifle by imprisonment not exceeding 60 the winter time it seems Furniture

Bullet" days, or by fine not exceeding $50." that dust and lint collect on Soiled areas on upholstered )

"Youth Shot as Result of Fast Section 790.22, USE OF BB GuNS furniture more so than at any furniture show up readily on

Draw" AND RIFLES BY CHILDREN UN- other time of the year. the arms and back. Home

I These three headlines, from a single DER 16, provides: This month the Home Dem- Demonstration members have
EXTRA SHIPMENTS OF
issue of The Telegraph (Jan. 24)) com- ((1)) The use for any purpose what- onstration and 4-H Club found "Dry Suds" to be a very AGAI -JIJST LIKE LAST YEAR-COLD WEATHER UP NORTH ALLOWS

prise a more compelling object lessonin soever of BB guns, air rifles, and 22-: members have been studyingways effective cleaner they can BRAND MEW FORDS DOWN HERE-ALL PRICED TO MOVE! EXTRA SAVINGS FOR YOU I IMMEDIATE
the care of handling firearms than calibre rifles by any child under' the to care for their furni make to use on their uphol- i
could be delivered in a dozen lectures.All turethe wood part and up stered furniture or carpets. If STUCK! GET THE POINT?
age of 16 years is prohibited unless DELIVERIES. EQUIPPED JUST AS YOU LIKE! HURRY IN-YOU WON'T GET
need to clean
you large
holstery. a
three headlines had to do with very
such use is under the supervision and
accidental shQJ>tings, and all were with in the of adult. Furniture should be dusted carpet you may want to rent
an
presence
.22 calibre rifles, the kind commonly often. Use a clean soft lint- an electric shampooer and usea

used by youngsters for target practiceor ((2)) Any adult responsible for the free cloth or dust mitt or the commercial cleaner. How-
:
I hunting for small game. welfare of any child under the age of vacuum cleaner. You can ever, here' is the way to"make

16 years who knowingly permits such make and treat your own "Dry Suds"! &Jul'do the job "' ..,
The lesson is even more compelling This Falcon FLt-a i Bon : w ,, :- .
child to have in his dust cloths and mitts. When by hand.
when coupled with another incident- use or possessionany ) of S convertsWi: /:
BB gun, air rifle, or 22calibrerifle furniture has a wax finish or Dry Suds' M 3 sizes from ford!
Alachua school
that of County boy
an To one quart of hot water,
has
waxed
been use an un-
in violation of the of
provisions
A> with servicesa.ngiaatures" ;
who .22 rifle his and
to head
put a add one half neutral
treated cloth because oil softens cup soap
sub-section of this section shall
((1))
with
swtie
pUlled the trigger (apparently unaware and dulls wax. flakes or soap beads. [If wa-
that it was loaded) while passing be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon ter is hard use three-fourths .bucket seats!
To treat and
conviction thereof shall be punishedby hemmed cloths
through Bradford County on a school cup].
mitts mix together the fol-
fine of not than $300 by
or
a more
bus headed for a basketball a Let stand overnight or un-
game lowing solution: 1 quart hot
imprisonment for not longer than 30 til this solution changes"t a
couple of weeks
ago. water, 1 tablespoon soap flakes -
r In view of these tragic incidentstwo days.It or synthetic detergent, 1 soap jelly. Pour out about Save-on-a big- Ford! _

deaths and two "near misses"we is not our purpose to fix respon- tablespoon turpentine or 3-4 cup'of the soap jelly En+a Ford 6eax+ 's .. Pt_______ _
adults might well take time to re- sibility for any one of the alarming household ammonia, 2 table- into a bowl and beat with an ,.,." $10 Million Ridein

fresh our memories on Florida law regarding series of accidents here in recent weeks, spoons boiled linseed oil. Let electric beater or rotary egg a luxurious sedan,
beater until .it looks like stiffly -
i the handling of firearms in and perhaps there was no violation of cloths or mats stand in this hardtop wagon, or l ,
beaten whites.
public, and more particularly the use the law in any of these instances. What solution about 30 minutes. With egg brush [ convertible all with r
a vegetable or
I of firearms by children under the age the accidents do pin-point, however, is Wring them out dry outdoors even a brush slightly heavier] service-savina featuesi r'
of the deadly danger of such firearms, and store in a jar or can witha apply suds to upholstered :
16.Section and the fact that they should be han tight-fitting lid. It would '
790.15 of the Florida Statutes furniture or carpet using circular -
t died with extreme care and caution. save time to treat several
DISCHARGING FIREARMS IN motion cleaning only a
1 Stricter attention to the laws cloths. Another tip on saving.
PUBLIC declares that govern-
: Whoever dis- small area at a time. Remove
ing minors and the handling of fire- time and energy is to dust I. with rubbed
charges on any public highway or in suds a spatula.To .
with both hands at the same Now's the time to get a
arms would undoubtedly go a long way rinse wring clean cloth
any unincorporated village, within 300 time- a cloth in each hand from America's
toward preventing, other tragic accIdents from clear waterrub' over wagon
yards of any premises any firearms, using long strokes. wagspecialisil.!
without permission from the in the future. area and repeat. Buff with --
occupant This month Home Demon- soft, dry cloth. CAUTION:Be Choice of 15 wagons

stration members have been sure cloth is wrung wen to j m 4 sizes iociudinQ ,
GRID the 153 Ford &alaxie.
wetting of fabric.
using treated cloths on their present _
Slightly overlap next see. Country Sedan \dius- _
4to
furniture and they report the -
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH tion cleaned. Let thoroughlydry Gated tie
I ACM cloths have enough oil to hold before,using.IMPORTANT. IDII.JBE .
t ESTABLISHED 1879 the dust but no enough to
: Try a small .
leave the furniture oily, whichis
ch hidden area on furniture to
1163 FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY -
i what you want.
UNDER THE SAME MASTHEADE. How to Wash Wood ing.check color-fastness to clean- SMART.,BuY'SMART I, P.S. YOUR PRESENT CAR DOES NOT HAVE TO SE ffiH) FOR! ,

L. MATTHEWS EDITOR AND PUBLISHER Furniture ""Dry Suds" may also be J.

Once or twice a year you used for washing woodwork",
PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED As SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE
might want to wash your fur etc. Apply with a sponge. MOTORS
POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLA. UNDER ACT OF MARCH 3. iss .I niture. Squeeze audsy water Rinse with, sponge 'squeezed.. ". TERWILLEGAR

through cloth and wipe off from clear: water. .
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IN TRADE AREA One YEAR '3.00 Six MONTHS ".7. wood work. Rinse! cloth in' We hope you too, win try .
OUTSIDE TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $3.so Six MONTHS SX.DO clear water, squeeze and go the treated dust cloth and the 206 West Madison Sti; et' BUrke, Florida

I over the same surfaces. "Dry Sods" on jaar. fus.. >,it ie. .cos .


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"TTTTTTT.TT'fTTTTTTTTTTTTT'f'TTTTTTTTT.TTTTTt. ]Indians force -:- kcztonOE S1t \ New Member yt. ...f... 1 Melrose H. D. Club:;,:i ,.... ..y... I nesday with \1re. Eugene

KEYSTONE II1GIILIG1TS' I Crescent City i **. Elect* Officers .Attend Meeting I Install Officer Brantley and family.

\ : i : ij i:: GRANDIN 1 .. Mr.ahd jfs.JLL, Jb'hnsJbn
Into Overtime t For New Year
pf Wtiiiiti's IUbCThr r i 'Jr. and son are visiting Mr.
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,5 iByiiilry Seha4f't&AAAAAAAAiAk'AtIIAtAAAAAAiAAAAtAtAL4tiAAAAAA1 The Melrose Home Demon- i
K. By} H t) ]' Ur siVt !i I IMisses and Mrs. R. L. Johhioh, sr.
The Keystone: eihdians lost stio5 cldb of Ala Chu .tharleyrf Di
Keystone Chapter of the ,
I tnb \ i n s i> i- I t f Florahome. Mr. .J*hnJon.on tk
a 4s.i8.sq1e( k r to Crescent. j ]Eastern Blaf Sleeted the1 following Club enjoyed a lun 1ieOii and I t',,t H.f.. ;yyfi 2' .I tf nit January-j 24' at.j'.T.. .Y... T.T .' leave from his Army bi&e
City in the-M trose'gym Toesdiy -' officers! for 19 364* at kbi. 1 M1"ft..,
a stlmulatfrif program eh Jan. .
Garden Club Hears Talk i : ; Faith,:Presbyterian: W \ i : !in South Carolina.! .
'C61
i IIi! Bessie Rod- '
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J Nbli-Ctimpetttive nfghfc? ;; bm played-gooflf;, their January 15 meeting. 22'at1 the Community" dhilreh''' lb and returned
Caliie Rye
On Landscape Design tO. force the-visitors fellowship ntri! tcl iJ b ed''ll iei* bf 't a. dkla.. anti ,MrlAHhle Mb. has
I Basketball These officers will b installed educational i ii !; W.
MrEiam building. 'I'h t itt her 'ii
faghL slay
The Garden Club b! the P, Asked ekeoht thefr'win.As held roUiws 'PriSdent! Mrs. Graft Capefs ol Putnam Hall'visited sfcomekIrom
j intb overtime td together with the appointed were numbef .:. : : 1
a of guests andJstveral church.'br Doctor's Hospital U ,Back.iiL .
: : '- and
Lakes held its regular monthly Fbr iVifts Tillis 'evidence of the ,In- efers, it the F&fuirflSttfctfifc heW tneinbers tne" mbst i the Perryr Vtfe. Preside; "AirS.bimb aifV Ella,Beiisaflo.6aWednestiay. post oihcex Mrs. feuthCrfjnW
; I H. TenEyck of the th e
meeting Thursday. Jih. '. > I AlBwmanT
on *4 ll
dians' impifcved sttfeW ban. : recent r8eih& Hri B. *A. fiecH1tify The Misses ,Rod- wb'rked inH1 'F.

24, at the home tif' Ihe presi- 1 Congressman: D. R. [Billy 1 Crescent City teat' them % "'"Worthy: MatnMr.' : 'Phyf- emI'SeT'anti '1 Alfs. efaSlocolnb ville byterian showed Church color. of sl ; Mb.: '"' dc'crte' Wre l'r; ge'rS. lived in this' area *jj n bfffce' *fille! Mrs. \ 'M.'jst1ye )in

dent. Mrs. Richard Vogh, on' Matthews has: recommended I I 22 'points In' a fame rearii..r lgTHnssey; Wdrlhy Pdtrbti, Miss tsfldys"' TillloSs1lso' th'e 'nt- sdreh, :"M's. .iarii&iit .VJ bUiig Jt gins.ivr| i iibs. .tjdi.hosjutal .

Lake Santa Fe. that Miss Gladys A. Titus this season. J 'Rifi11i-\i' tI'S'ej 'A2s3ciRe :; Outstanding Schroeder; Assistant ec, and ;> < 'Piiscilla 'K1Ii re anfl ; ,
; : a rie* taem&r.'BeTera1memBers their trip to Europe l i ;Itttkf I 5iis. Edith1: SisKop ol baincsI -
MFs. ,
V8gh iRe "
diTeiVed :
meeting '
who is presently serving al Billy Carnes was high man ii tiBki faMr.PBttha Wa ** Delegate. Mis. Carmelita BF
; lthW1e el i1Faway I : Palatka spent Wedj : wU s Visithig i Mr$. EllaBjltrt
with an "Ihvteatidn. after acting postmaster at Keystone for Keystdn with 14 ints. Ag&ciateCifc3 i Wtbii, eI 8 were also in attenda&W.1'| "mer.'The 'Brails Class i Float!; *nd Delegate! Mrs.,Polf I IJy. |., ...-h-. .--.e .V.-.. ... .t...' I, vllle! : \: 6n Sunday; -
which 15 members answeredroll Heights be non-torn- barely nosing out Jimmy iicMurtry : : i- fli.a. t-ti>'!/I ': I ] Plce.) 'i 1 .-.
given '
a Conauctress, Mrs. Edytne EverYone washappy to t1r fesbTteriah I I) visited
call. Other members had yard; / seeM Church their son-in-law and 1 M': Edna gmitn Muted
excused feb&erices due to til- petitive 'examination' for pro1motion'within with 1$. Bob Jackson 'Nicholson l ;- Assoclafebhauctfess : .:Hazel Mickay: it IhB l luncheon -.'. meets each W dh : Retiring Preside'nt, MrlJEdythS I 4 I aaughTer; Mr.. and MrS. -John L to tiJacksbn\'iU? TliUrsday after -

nesis. tt'h'eteVert five visitors. the 1JOstal service totaled lO.lfewBold, with 15, i i It.Mrs. yitian E'-- ,--andr Her "fetiest.; iiisit 1 I( 3:3dr: i t.i making' jew i Nicholson handed the, si Simmons, find children."Mr1 I staying ,with irs. vlra

to the p rh1ah'enSl; and West, with 10, were high his; Secr Urt Mfs. 'Beatrice Gertrude Hduser wnwHxevtryi'i' intoning; ,p iden\ .the gavel l, 'Mrs". John
; | These classes are ; and Mac'nzie' HerrVng\ wi\ilfe MtS. Bye *
The Bee op aiin
secretary, Mrs. Cooper -
tion of postmaster. for Crlsceiit CUrt? v- : Scfiroedef Treas&ir ., onE know ''DSvlV p artd\ the new President. :Mrs. I' ,
read minutes of the ; airs Mts. Jdhtt i eryone and Mr.. and IIr5..B... the Uo p1Utl.
meeting, as well as previous a Matmews stated that Miss ,. The Indians also lost another Vefa bwn6ey-; ,Senlinel, .'ifaSlnnger. .' has'tetarri d fo her eyifong faintly fcpiscopal h Perfjr o announced her commit-;'i E. keiley spent Monday in I ? H. H. Gornto and Vickie
t iHs ha'd given ihirtf years nip-and-tuck battle to hotn and sheItobV'wspre'5sent. Lee teechairmen, appointees h- .
letter from the Gainesville Hastings' Ty" 'one'-point list '{' 3tey5 j rid) s1 *- MagiffltchroaIer bcala.. '. ," I wer busin visitois in Gajn'esyille -
Mrs.
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of distinguished service in The Inwming Worothy Matron. will spend We'dnesda .aar : .. School Newu
Daily Sun concerning a wo- Friday nighlP- the final score 4, j :, : < : Saturday. ,'.
man's Club Day td takfc1 placein the postal system and that he being 28-27. Covey tvTlden. a ..Mrs. Phyllis ,Hussey. has I The.speaker's table was at- a Y, "and Fpday .'in f ; Citizenship and: The Junior Class will i sponsor r Mrs. Ruby. Rosson_returned '
i knew she and the staff of the I nine appointed I tfa'ctivelf sit with 4 fl&ralarrangement ttein'he Civil Defense, Mrs. Mildred work"daymen Sfalijrday,
the spring. sophomore playing 'his first I announced see I .a I to Jier ..bome mt,Frankfart.I
Mrs. H. M. Bell, a residentof Keystone Heights jtost office officers. Further arrangements I *8f white"glida I ventio"n6i faiocesaii Spufocki; Cloiliihg and /textiles -i FeU., 2.,-. non; interested '\11 ijKy.Vednesday\ 'after a thee

Lake feanta Fe. was guest would continue their fine I game in the starting lineup,' for .th$ Installation will ;'be arid jrelWw t 8'- aKb cafi Jonns' 'Church/D l g }' ythe 'WicnoSon; having; sofia member :of the !I week visit with &b *trte. t

sbeaktnd' was introducedby work for the people of the. was high sedrer for Keystone I. reported in this 'cifs. .Beateuu \ ; l tlean l sarI4 9Ps abysit J ISI uaftf '
and surrounding with 9 pdlhts.The'Keystone. 'I' .' i Sand
community < titt ia.! t J 3 hM-t& C sWi
the prograin chairman, pointed officers are: ,, foh'nrStrawn and ; p or do .other ciore? ma fitr.c ] Ml' Rolcd h p..i
subject I area. He pointed out that the! B Squad also Chaplain, .[is., ErnestineEsenacher The speh t' 1 iW1 t. Lti'.Amllyer. -: ii. iq.rd :pIa- .
Mrs. Dan Pater. Her its 'gim'es to andCrescehrcity < uv l"-J>"i contact the scnodl l Jot) bjpara; I khtli. chil1riii tspeht t: thd'wfekena j jI
Miss Tillis lost Hastings
of
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was landscape design, which appointment L ; Marshall Mr L Emmel of Gainesville. the; Personals Vbeile Al'defnia iJ.I1 and ?ea Saturday.TneJ i' with, ; iLt.. Netti! i

she prestnted in an interest would make possible the promotion : Georgia Murrhee; Organist,, present vice! BresfifiSf of th? and Mrs. R. fece's-chi-oeaer-Health.. indtsiuft" 1 I : Mustangs. ( were d&e'at-I S Sneppard in Hol 1stlr. :
of f The two 'losses during theweek 1r. (
ing manner with pictures to of other employees 11| the: Mrs. Evelyn. -Puckett; Star Fl8fldaFetieratiori"t : : ': U Womfiril celebrated their' 59th : tsaIe1.Y If' Lose' ,it1ller' : 110me"'plUndSfBeaui 'eil" .bV Cedkf Key Friday,night, I :Mrs. -RutH Iteett eJ .t lrOe.I .
Keystone Heights Post tipped ihe scales to *
the Points Ada ,Mrs. MariamMingiedorff ciuBs. "ariti: candidate Anniversary,: on Jan. r6 rl \ 1 I iffs. Biantley ,
illustrate more vividly. I 4v : ; 't n, 't.r. : mafcih?. t ijr ftftb.tfaih : and Edgerie
Office. side for the Indians, 4 Sr4
losing
The hostess served refreshments : Ruth MISt Irene: f6i Pf1diiW I- ig. iI and- Mrs. J. y.: Fora .gs: H uwA: Bunshltie. Afi t Bss:, Jiiflniy" rloImvH': top I,.JflKh ind' Rl'd; went id P.v

in her attractive Florida If Matthews' rec mmenda- with a season record, up to WilliamsEsther-tMrs.; :VerdeHHaynor I h1anest"Wa M1' ;bh fre,, fea and Halph L Prfte; '"Persohal:impVovemerit.Macie L icbrerrfpr.the rl witli 14points. laCia[ Monday. 4.1tr. ,
tion is followed, the exam date,6f five wins and six los tttten.' 81i 1 St bknesvulTiie daughter '
room. and a Social Hour ; Martha, -Mrs.-Padd yk L Diana J 'AlleH;, Becra1ioi\; 1o- TJh$ filial l -score nl and Mrs. Ercel Sspp ,
'. was enjoyed. will be giverf to" Miss Tufts, ses. ; Gilriej and' Electa.- Mrs. ..Estha k cfiitfs,'ery \plai1'e\ t'iitiltua yer Late attended gte' 44Mr?: ant fcevdlumai.EilA L. 87.37. The Melrbse lassies ita fchUdren, went. to Trenton -

lIe ihi Dept. Advisory alone,and if sh qualifies tiie pbsit1 she n This Friday night the Indians Stringer., Mrs. Sara McDonald witt Mrs. L; fefalion. 'f, .;. Y'. : : lm 'ons.f : l l6stthefr first 'game' bf the to visit, Mrs. I. !D. Sapp \
would be awarded L.
play St. Joseph Academy: is Warder whoitti her husband andMr.'aRa Mr. and Mrs. U "
Plans Meeting :
Council .
iSevint'een meniberS kndj the !3B. Sunday afternoon. "
f season to Sharks, 39
On Wednesday morning,i in the Melrose gym. The Xe3' This will be open* lnta'flsI. Mrsc; 1ii eS biWei' : are the parents of i three visitors, Beulah] Perry, Virginia Fofa stored 17 -int5 ,Mr Alice,Herrin, Mra., Net ,
Jan. 23, Mrs. Mertie LeClaire, stone feiris will l play Lake City tion. The Public is t werfe thfc''dwiork'orithe he\ Wayne, born, i c.hildr i iI
Helen Lawrence and had her : Uliby Eisenhower, '|hd Mair: for"trie{ 'Mustangs,, The teams, tie. heppard, and ztkot1ol1st
in I Mdrosg sift fdfth'S { fTtthdve
the starting niAfAtBi
Miss Fannie Dew- gym .; T lS Okla. Mr.: 4re.toso .
R. N.. and will followthe mtt. ': visiting i ?
repeat them for us, which we at 7 Chapter ---i 6iibi g rite Lj'le'werfe.present. 'Al- will plAy "a"t Brbnson Fridajr I L> > *\. wpre I
fer of the Clay County Health pass on to you: p.m. J' ing; approximately at"8r80. p. beeti" ithaeththto'r ij 1foMrA Grant Rothhammer Sd' ''Assistant Home 'Dembnstatibn February 1.' : ; | ; Sheppard, and tihilli'thIIdaT. ,
Department, and Mrs. Carleton m., Feb. 19Worthy Ihl f' maternal ; wi :, '
The is closed on Agent 's. L
Library Elizabeth S
Clark of the ion Sunday for the children otmnielih ii Mr. andtiifs.. 'B ;
R. president Mondays-all Matr'on ErnestineEisehacher Iflivitmade kens thiirch. News
Clay County Public Health day.from 1 of the Parish. will conduct the l i': Plnhfult it a i ley ancl Kir. and .b. whd |av- an ifc TRINITY EPISCOPAL 6n Sunday morning tAir \
Open Tuesdays p.m.till
Nursing Advisory Council Inc.. 6 p.m.; and from 7 p.m. Also oh Sunday. Feb. 3. final 'Chapter'-meeting ol her I thMlei1hg'e{ f' i ladies. .. S urlbck spent : terestms ttUng demdnstratiorl. df table l- CHURCH MELRO&EitolrDays .dQf School wAs U. We

were in Keystone Heights fora till 9 p.m. throats will be blessed after Mfice-bn Feb; 5-fctJ8pjn./lri Through the "pennies tor ftn- GainesViUe.. ..- ; : iola. 'm.,"t lJ had around 00 for the iftOih- ,

planning meetlrig with local Open Wednesdays from 1p.m. Mass. the Masonic Temple! 'FollowIng es" annual campaign [in Mrs. irma Wilkes A vot6' bf th nk was extended Sundays ld() L in. ChurcH t ingr worship service.. We"fcallerf i\ve It

members of the Advisory till 6 p.m. Catechism is held f6r child the regular business of c1il:\ the keystone club par- dren ol Hew :/ : to the hostess; 111"$;,1 Schdol 11V45': uj- !'iL i* l Rev. Pa'ul: Trivia' as t

Council at the Clay Electric I Open Thursdays from '1 if. ren of grades 1-6 at, 3:30: on the evenhtlk-members will Tre ttclpateslne l Feaefation. ..hasSeVfen spent/Saturday.with! Cole,_ for her gfa'clbtality. .lloo i> A r 1y} r n < and ,!(lim1ilnlA, dlir pastor. Mr. TriviA and

meeting room. Keystoners m. till 6 p.m.: and from 7 p. Monday; afternoons. The Cat- tire to -the Hall wtoereHosts' Pine" forests'fn th b-? state.ThferahnTHb'odo ents, Mr. and Mrs.-. ; Mrs. Frances '}1lliard,: {ldf. I4 I his wife, Unti&/'anil s6n.- .

present were Mrs. Daniel Pa- m. till 9 limo echism faculty is happy to arid 'hostesses. Mr. and 'M* ; .pine If eea Mrs. Slade'and assistant_ hostess was s unibleto. j tti Young Churet Iiisoiii I- my. live in Keystone H ig tS.

ter. Mrs. William Beam. Mrs. Open Fridays from I pm. include Mrs* JeanIe Blum as Q:" -Wiggins, ; 'Mr.-'arid "MrsEeamon 'yeii: said'.tha> allfiougfiMlntatel'sufelher" Margaret, spent attend tue. to illness 4 pf.) t, m n.: ,.,. .p We "lc me everyone t6 come

Marshall Gallop, Mrs. George till 6 p.m : one of their number. 'Jeanie, Ward, and Mr. .and. l r tftci' i hii. is',dihi s them, 1J ew members-. ,, of her familyGeorgia. ill 1 mr 1.Htti)1V l to our Services. ,on. Sunday. .

Schaeffer; and Mr. and Mrs Open Saturdays from 10:00: : who lives on Lake Santa Fe, Mrs. M. L. Kingsbury 'Will Vi;iit : hiAHa" 1biM )kiss4Beveriy4,W S t "Tl e Rev. Lte W. Heaton,. .'

Ray Chance. am. till 3:00: p.m. will conduct one ot t tn\ \ advanced serve refreshmeiib, during the. cM.agehere MiSS Doris -Ford of' -, Vitar. ... PARAN B..tPTIT cIititUic I

Plans for the organization's We'strongly advise that ybii group's.C&mmnnlty social hour.organized at I ake Geneva. versity jjf Florida Gk"i fUn n
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\ fifth" annual meeting, whichthis I this item and stick it in Chtorch'% _. Hostesses for. the afternoon weekend,. .. with Mr.. ahd Mrs. Wh tlt in TaMp
clip I fcerl lift irs., Claude H. Martin h i it1M !; I luETnotilsT cntncn Sunday Sch'ool/10 A. m.
in C. A.Ford.
year will be held Keystone .- diaries'Walleniu -
prominent place with Second Announcement: The .s .i-- ,4- *-
Heights were discussed.: some Annual with some new directors Mrs.<'A.'R.: tSaunt Mrs.l itvrt'. Miss; .Shelly P Ufersh rt stayrMedlcal at t AIlLROSE 11' \torning Wbtship. 11 a. mTtainuie -
of the
The date of the meeting' scotch CHURCH tape. NEWS Luncheon c1 r Ii w i ii will Comum'ty beheld 1 I and looking promising; tiM: attfibjk-*, 'I t -S. .{.er 4 "of._"Mr" ,:"and. Mrs., the bar 1 vi11 t l Bsj:, Ref. K niicth'*, fe'rifflth. Union 6:39: p. ra.

will be Tuesday evening, Feb. St. William's at the ParkofthePalmson the Pioneers under the lead.FM1W Ifoforfay t : !Mrs.aj.' fciaBi'MA'HSBert : n1 Holden, Celebrated. : l Ur. : as r. Eyeninl. Worship, J: 0 $, m.Prjiyer .
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1&. All persons interested in In a recent newspaper article -. Feb. 11 at 1 p.m. Reservations tJf Tony Bam;" for .- .. i'.fch'nHftttK'Flvfe 1S.Y. birthday last Friday Mr. and }Klfs. C. 'A. FordAPPLIANCES I' Su'ndaVsc rgift: l:& I M.l 4"Y Jt_ Meeting Wed-

the hemselves health and and welfare neighbors of we noted .that a. town may still be made by children Sunday from grades afternoon 1-5.?a?itT dmeeting !.rT.jl 1 p- ..:-.. ..., .J'.t-.' party andpr(.;.ai nts.the MI.i home t P i":.u., L -'-.*- 'V:Worship 11_i_am.' r i. r_r _.j, ne.ssiay"S 73fli;r. "p., ,!, f ". *. I
their called Keystone, Nebraska, a calling Mrs. Alma Frost. 3- I
to attend. p-m.; and the Junior Youth : t tt f thein( "Siri&rtailVes" H Roiden, In. l
are urged I made C .
built both Pro- 4301. Mrs. Gladys tIab :
church was by or r- : -- -.P'--
fcave This ScheduleOf Group ,under Mr. and ,. for the Attttudii Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. J7 :
testants and Catholics. This stroh, 3-4504. It Is a rare opportunity -' :
Library Hours church, with reversible pews, for people to have Miller Wrinkle, for childrenin rot'n1l{' tdfia ibt'Tenel' are the parents of lof"r: KEYstUME-HfIGHI8 MELROS! [ i

Have you, like ourselves had a Catholic Altar at one such an outstanding personality grades 6 through 8. which i 1fer i*if ry1.mt Tuesday',,in' the
to the Branchof also meets at 7 pjn., Sundays.jLAthletic"' ; Dan Dodd tnd Margaret County Hospital t
gone Keystone t. '
Dr. .
end, and after Mass, the pews as H. L. Fenton Jri *-"* '"
the Clay County Libraryto : The' Senior Youth Gro! j. Muir have been caltetf 1. 'elt: 1 ecJ
were flipped for the Protest Associate Director of the Lat- ,' ; 1'J't:, ftr iEDi'Y* I
st'
return a book or to get ant services at the other end. in Atneh an Mission.'The pub tor'or des 9 through 12 arareorganizirig' "M be'pbndable" by tneii Dertlck. Mr. ana .
and found it closed? Itwas i Idas-mates; MUm jimm ittt mGUli" 'm"' :
one While St. William's serves on- lic Is Invited. Prices of tin and planning ? 32f. :i ,.' 4 ,t"I'm' '''. t
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our own fault because w : ] luncheon : their ,programs' under direfctions -and .we aren't surprised:.inal i grandparents -, ) *[1' i j.I..t.li1 I w. .
is
ly Catholics. there is a parallel $1.50, which included ,
just forgot the hours, Wit nimScl ;Hlbst int ci1al" .fill's[r tra'ridparentS ESTAI
so we: here because had it not gratuities. of elected officers and, | !MILLWORK j REAL
checked with Library Clerk I Senior Advisor i; .1r$.- J. W, Dee Dee Harde b'has and Mrs. Robert --- PMjw I
been for the other denominations The M MM. HMB MMWMMWVM
Board of ofthe .
Trustees
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been ? Trias
made Senid Clisf wood. Maternal 1 -
Wildt. Mrs. A. C. Holt coh- e -
in our fine town, the Community Church will]I : T V Service CenterJ. KeystoneMi1iwork
ducts the' Bible Study meeting urer. We wonder WIi ikt bank parents are Mr. and : ,
small of folks
Are You PreparedTo who formed group the eager nucleus of; meet p.m. New Monday officers, Feb.will 4. at be 7:30:el() at 7:30: on Sunday'. evfe- shell keep 'the MoI Htf 1 ?. B. Campbell. I R. THIES,*., rbJ>rk>toV: C. J. Pete O'CdrindrREALTOR ,

Live? the present parish could neVer ected. nings. Mrs Ell& A ,'! ThII \ M t J and Mrs. ,,,.Authorised.. Motorola, Philc. Shop

have been accomplished th'e The Barry Wym n Is the Scodt- Keystoner, is the guest of celebrated their r BalS Sffi Service A'KTs bboR* j
Executive Board of the master for the Scout| Mrs. Nellie niversary on Friday, A
ASK YOUR GULF MAN job. Countless suppers, carH L Boy t; Graysori bn Broof, f8W\i ij'tii'Mi' REAL ESTATE -
'.1 parties, bazaars bake sales Community Church met Mon: Tro p 105. and: John Wrinkle lyn Bay.Mrs. Andre has been Ars. :James ill ,tv RADIO: ; &TER :0,1iuaranlled t' ttiibow _FRAMES MORTGAGES: APP&AJSAL

L. R. BRAULT etc., plus lots of hard work: day educational morning. Jan. '28, at th6 i i is Assistant S dutmaster.I I : -in Charlotte, N. c. witlr'her: i escuik' s 'llSlactorllY Wori TVR8ntai ,SCREENS Kej-stone. Heights Tel. 47S4ifl7Jarties
Monthly '
: bldg. home her
PHONE 413-4131 were necessary- but without PERSONALS daughter. Mrs. A. c. Hancock, of sister' .Jt ton .'Heights.. 4734631Atir1YSEtY1eE Trim UaterUU
plans and .3
JH
special sx ** I
programsfor Velma 'Lamb; in J. f
would Guests and. family I
of and '
patronage, what they the Mr. and Mrs. from Key- SASh Made T. Order
next
Jav, : Hhvdy 21 Keystone. Heights j have accomplished? two months were! Daniel Pater and family are: I atone she will go to Maitlancl after an fiperatibn., .j.
discussed .
such World I '
Sunday, Feb. 3, is Commun- as Dair Mr. Pater's 'mother Mrs. D.:: I .to visit. another.idauEhterarid '- Mr. and 'ilrs. Keystone 'Heights 473-4285 If' McEafchern
I
.. .t ., .' # r. :t of Praver on Mar. Land th* ; : : ; Terrell's I I I_ ,' .. ** I
MH1sonire -- --
annual Silver -df; M. Pater Sr.. and his uncle, nuYI :Mrs.. E.M. 'Mo rristjn. : I p
, Teathe Robert Afcton,.ef'Lynhurst. I ff. ill!. Afldt -,, who used to Kvs 'On-in,1aw And d. \ XURSEltV Realtor -
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to .
be announced later. The J. 1 on Brooklyn :: .LiiliI : Gulf ES vice ffS| f L.'J ,wl: I
Bay cart
__ president, Mrs. Charles Weji hardly i '!iisf It- completely'Furn1hed--3 b,4.room .
lenius, presided. ''Dr. MargarebSha.r. an instructor wait to get back'"out I in a; boat r, I Clerriehs Nursery
First Vice x -
) Used Tires : cpacioua home
ew 2,
In the. / ftaif
-'. ?S in the College of to catch some 'fish. She could event that '
President, Mrs. Frank Ilgen. : i'ron $3.00 Up All Sizes Citrus, Free filbr W W.i old,
L.4 Pharmacy at the University 6f 1 catch fish when a compaiative n on large lahdkip .lot
: outlined everyone else '
.x : the program for the j j Lubrication Batteries -Acces.
I
.L .. .4. ;. .'.4'.. March 4. evening meeting of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,,, had:gin up! Keystone Heights, }' OPEN: T A.'.-if.. -. 7:30: P.. M. some 'in frnit, cinhed or BireAzaleas Hith dock, jlfi.ooiUrriE -

q .r. r.. _ I the Churchwomen. The is spending a week's vacaticfn ''Mr. and,Airs. bather,''queen or may not kn'6wi i ttll. .
Second 'r sArA
itelghH' i-ii-
I?' KejStime 4134279Electrical. -
Vice President with her .friends Miss Jean arid ,family of ,Orlando were i lenti uner, Jerry ; :, 'L
Mrs. Grace S for .
f 1.00 to '1.00
6 fa.Hiwdy
-. Waltz, discussed missionary Whihh r who lives on Key1- weekend visitors of 'Mr. '.hd.. >h, wh'ose p'ic'raire l. C6 Mrs, Tr R. Martin AjsocUUJA3IES

f stohe Lake. I IMr. Mrs._ Edward Bleha. froht iteg of the (iDafly tr4ctors.. -- 100 .atHUlcrest3',2 '
.
programs. The Treasurer, Mrs. Mrs. .1) y f. H. McbAcrifeRtf:
I Marshall Gallop, and Secretary and Airs. S. Smithson I .QUeen is the former Carol. sun on i Jackson Electric Cd. Miles ,East: of

Mrs. Beatrice Schroeder, of Kansas .City, Md. are liv- Bleha, their daughter fHrbb'K yst h r.:Bet' !nLECTlUCAL P. O. Box W Phone ':410*
: ing "in tKe GalTop i bottage dn "Mr.: Hfrs. Iris ttt Jacbonvure. > I: CtJXTKACTOK Keystone .Heights .
made reports. all indicating aatthded tfreii ,Dodd and his .plr f1t House Wiruig.. Electric, Range Keystone Height, Fla.''

I substantial progress and Lake Brooklyn f6f tfiS winter. a Gideon.Convention\ I Kfattha, his sister, :and Water' Heater Repairs CITRUS IX CONTA1NEB8: '. '
a4
-'. _- ___ __ I splendid cooperation of the and Mr.family and Mrs.have Lloyd C. Kiiig in Tallahassee last'.Friday'and. Ann, and '.his" young (jenefal ll:Electr I c''t pai.r/Wor/ $1.50. :, T* $..oo .
SaturdaySir. -.
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bought tne
members. : -
j men reporting Committee were Finance.Mrs' Chair- Hal Hand home on Lakeview .*'aJtf'Mrs. ; Buzzy, bfrrietf 'the. ,, 'h 1 1Keystone'LSkl .jpalj."Tobj".:;; : For All .Your. Plenty of loon Camelliag Winifred ri
E.: John. Nelslitt ,"' Electrical IXSeds from ,
drive and have been no 50c up Rare. Camellias
I : H. I. Stevens; Membership living ind-a'aulhllr of; Jacksontjk & Albert' Keystone Heights Ph: 473-4973 -
.. therefor'' a while ac1i1 1in .. .,. grafted '$7.50 tip. of
Mvs. Alma Frost; Hospitality. now' THe ihf& itthi oh uiiii Exsbh I .yfpFLORIST rrt Ki-x .
.. _____ -.:;: -.1 .j Mrs. Mabel Husbands; Kings' me' from" Lawtey.., Mr.King i'Jl"7'v'-- -o r8-'ria *UUC* ektflie t' !i i ,,.
Publicity and Sunshine, Mrs. is emploYed, the di- Jffettftd-' ulits ,a the home Etsenacher1. 61 Santa ." '_": .,Plants' : t, 'nkl C.UU BriProptftiel 1t
_. __ Pont Highllnd
J : EdnaS'liuauiFbI.
Plant ;
I Francis Egan; Kitchen 'Mrs: at Law- 1' "ri?: Ijel&A's Sister. and Let'WJ landscape your borne. UtQ Xcriii .
l ,Four WJoVtfiy Matrorf of .
!
tey. feing f
thMldfeh to ..
R. A. I .
'- : Gaunt; sewings. Mrs. J. go 1 '
.L\lfS. Q. ARE$ NtJnSEn
J I Keystone Heilnls School, arid'gg1! :na ClemensjI I| stene'Chapter of .ORL Tmt 8 ) Jv RA.nchu .Basinesi ,at,
A.
\ i, Williams; 'Pianist and am boyS ol'lfu1 tYay
\ $ one" I fest. The ln'Vhe' sSdden 'dfith INt"p mL E. btMjii> f
Visitations; Mrs. c. H. Haber- attends1 ferabtortiHigh count' inHieS got .iL h f r flOiei l !i till f
School. ttkether to fa-I m th Mrs.. Ei n'a' . ,.. Florajioine, 6M-5663r
__.___ __ I stroh: find Welfare Mrs. Bert t Itifite the bMhav? of who has been 1g 'j ; ,Qad.n I "We Ttk .A Periojul itaI
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Christoffers. Sr. Col. and Mrs. John strodg RESTAURANTS
Mrs. Williams E. :{ hiW. son, George. ,SPhon.LQR.5-233 il I .
Eisena'cher home. roM"". : I In Tour !
reported 45 and son, John Jr.. thifbr 1d9t .. r quIiIt'fidi.vay
THEY KNOW THE SECRETof completely equipped are the' the Nels'dns' roll Eiigehe. senicb were 'fieid '. : : t ,
tTHJ.Kytthe ,
i i Sewing bags Sere new residents and df ; : Iy1t4D. Helctt81le1r. .
sent in owners which this lime : :
com Jan.. ptNt .
29, in w S@ ,
successful living i\ December to the Burma Area. the home formerly bcctipied i bV of year.ihx .. ,- "Mr.lhld* ; : :. .Heights '1t..

I Mrs. Christoffers reported on the, 'Joe .Pawlilrtwski .famll '. Gorman -- Mrs. i i.fuiihe* m'-1 _..
.
\ I Z1TOpemIda1rn
B. Foster Jr. of ;Insurance R
Thomps6n.pi jta r rft '
it's -
.. dM ,as simple as this: I the splendid cooperation and The Strong -come from Bal- _
Lorraine Ohio 'announce oa..h1r1 .
the .
is wintering bTflh 6 .
,1. Know w hat t. you: want.. .' I I prompt contributions'; from tlitOnbidb'l timore. Cob:Strong ..is employed -i a| \\Vhite\Feather Court, Charles PJnkSfOl1'm,' t .. t'Dlit.r. &ew- Mhakl4entS I i h. -:.I.iL1.( .LLaAti.
{ on the "weaslorfi 1 : at the duPont nigh : Agency SpemUziar .la I
2. Figureroul the cost enjoying 'the. :ie-
climate
; and day. Jan 27, in
3. get t bp"a' definite k of I i of 'the' r entr'nre-'hlc.-h' de- land' P Plant atLawtey. Young ; tug*near her son a- alami r,.!!I County:: Hospital Mrs. General Insurance Blue Plates with ;' S. E. McK
program savings that will : John wil the Fresh Vegetables 4y. Realtor
j strbyed the Waldron } enter: Univei'sity i .
Jiorae Mr./ j a' ,
jlrL'Norman is
1 the former Fin I'
I .
add up lo.tKg t right amount at the right time. I II. haiiAthI.ti.lijir. of"Florida: tire second P. Kathy Casualty Bonds orJ-j ,-
.
sA Thompson and children of I:1 diogfeUr 8f Mr", i1if i, Allied Lint, 6 A.. 14 t
Faithfully )1.-10 Lots J' tthr ,
'I ofltrs P.M. ,
follow I&a-.Thun .
I. Ts itso mester. ; $3.300.Tennsj
our week after
) program ; a member of th<5 | tIone.: l I ioTd Ridaaght I ftetgilts Tel. 173-4&85 '
1 1'u ofm1ght. iJPILk6
I ; A. it
week, month after month till the total in your local group who administers' Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wrinkleare Mr. and Mrs. 6 ward O. r Itt 3Ith1t : Jfe o14 Set lake$2773.Tdzns _

Bank nook t tells you IKal y ii''ie in! the Transient Welfare Fund- new .Keyst e residents Jl63knd ot :_Chateauqua. I!, 'Tofatli .Groops bb 1 Un : ; FrU Silo SOILMrthe J4tract: ; : !

As the FIRST' under the Woman's Club who bought the .fed' COfoneeihoffift ? iieIlnts' ._ f.el.t e ti !t9ge JI.1f1-! '
step in the right direction open J Mbnlreai, jCana4ij: Special Week :: large enough for, tettfaJ lots .
:1
a -Safihgs 'Accoutit 'in this bank today. fepohsorlhip.ers 'AU large Ctitfe Ida;: prf.Keymne_ ,. JlifefTheJ '.'are guests ai White Feather The three Youth !: Keystone .Je* let ..4 Lake*'" 'or access tA 1d, I id1 beach I
reported meeTtpgV"uilfi Have Brooklyniteslaurant
two coudren. aged 12;; Court.In tthe- past week they j'Groups of the ;
IHcTeaHa i i B, 5H3 V yflrT: 'Tfiey'c Imallyliviame I wre jlsitei by )7-iEeir Church Gift Use for recreation while 'bold
THE son j observed the. and Shop
KEYSTONE STATE BANK afid.several winter guestS \df. from iW. Mf. Wrinkle id n apd iiiswife also of: Jan. ..25Fe'bi; II'II'mks ins: for Inn huPlit. K-Z Term.
,. with '
at the J huary 21 wife '*" ,. < A" JhcVsasawii OfWtddin i N
meetings' lift
: ts the 'US. Ctfncrete }aiiauquay. 't11OF': rfiAiiftii trUh\
% 1 b.d.1 Pipe Caiiadae : services on
i MEMBER F. I f j ,_. **
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I I Other hdrch drgaHiziiionl* Co. tff Oeal&rKeystone ,', Mr.. and* ,-Mrs uv *w Carl* 1itnc'1 .6n Wednesday ev ; / tlmi 'Se1tOOdS -o'if& To' ti' fco&tliui Like Ilutchlotna *
A Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community doing good work include theMen's .
and .
boys girls are hare.spent A inh.Whit4 j; 30. a IY speaker : Stating !$ ,m; THfflt

Keystone Heights; Fla. Club with William Warren making good showfh Ml Feat tti er<.6ourr. mas lbej the group. of ,W* .' '!bid Days 6 A. 3!. tIll lUdnU' j' 1
Kit&tleijFiU
president; the Youth Fell Bradford County High School t tSSES3 for<* a.'h i4. 'i ln0Kef -j" rtences' In Iili. Kejstqn)jmg&q f if S!7T.. 14 ML- JT. f 8tUp1tt31tfl' riJ

t l1 fif UPI, f U '.t: t 8;- "or 7"btfief f stone,"fney -are'rrrai"wes', :' [Continued"on Page De1I11 >- --- f8U._ __. .
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THURSDAY... JAN._ 31, 1963 -
: BRADFOBOCOrNTTTELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA PAGE NINE
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CLAY HI'LL'r. :
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rs -a i. -< t
"W Mrt. 7. L; fftricltUuifri:

ULAAAllli< zAizAki1ir

8m, tbt' dUlt ptInt Health { a
keel us trCifu fvi'llg the fiei-4
againlasLweek. Also kept.us .
;?3n fttt&diite BUiiday School
arid cHutch. Hear *
there were ..
70 in Sunday School tlftta .....-__.. .. id'1 \
rk1s iSS!i bl widespread i rr .1 1 V V
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sick1k.4nd-a: tfowhpour oj 1I 5Jz
rain Sunday morrltr g. "1'Y .r .2'q, KaJ BLUE RIBBON, FRESH
Learned last week that the t
boy who) 'broke into the broil- -
el tfrdbe&ing plain at Jack : I J ', J PORK BUTT
.
a ; r
Wilkinson's a short. time back ,
has confessed and is paying I\ _
the penalty for his crime. He -T I9E
vjfr ij pnfe .bl our Middleburg ROAS' .
1fo& "ye ;should! always, re-i rti.V LB. IMf 'A 5

member the Bible_,says "Be t .' ill
sure your iih$' #' 111 find y6uout' .,:.:,':.,"T'. .:: 'to. ,- f ., ,
.
: This is really true. -
We Didn't "&}$- .
This Time t \ WESTERN
; "s '
List week a man came a- R .1L
itlutd selling lightning r

It seems he was selling ds'l !, ,. S'PARERIBSlB.39
pHtt.j? : ; littlfe>! park that whirls i r w,.
around .on top of the house I h f' '

to Show ,:hlclJ:. way the wind 3V +ri is..t' i \ --." .-.-T --- TCi.J -
ia clowing-His 'if.we don aii : V V' Y BEST

ready know, especially 1t''e VV S YT .:..'.. '.-',," .'..'...... ., .y FREEIIDEAPHAMPLET! I
step out 'of tili doer Then :;:; ;. GRADEBACON
; | ,
another bah was -to come :
otkfd inI 4se P. the hd. 9r To.fi: .Ip you tis+V..ort front your
wire, or whatever,. that rum BLUE RIBBON CHUCK .... '.}JI '; food d dollars, Food I Far.pr! tnt$, a ..
bn lop bt!f.; the house. And 11 I M collection 1 of the years tng tttt,
supPose another man .would 'f'> mb&i practical, suggestions : th Itad* ....-..:>. !. ..
flU t6 come along to install 1.. TL'IT 1. ..food lield. Rest Ideas for w .. rA \0'" \ 1r
all i "'"this, then iin ther. orie' loS PEA E 51 E WID 3 3( trs tat Choppers", .is.an .1i1i.rt ..:: Jt ."L1
If tt workeo. correctly, and lB.r I Supermarket _.....;;r.. .... :;:..
Reader's .
TAI( ., in the Feb. DltestJj; ereoffering.free .r :-:--
no telling how niaiiy mon ,., y V. -" copies' 01! this t specralinsert :+ a '" t
would have to.fom along to BEEF while supplies lad JA ,kttr ::..=:.,:., I(r:
tfcke"t tatk.of: all this -as longas .r.
they thought we haa 4 f'.V .err .... '. '., ...,.,.Y.; itores rt #
dollar to .,away. But.these { .. .. .. a S'HOR'TRIBS lB, 4"5" ,, -. -- --. ".. -..- .. 1t:': ';_':" ':': _:"7-1:
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suckers didn't bite this time'' T : .. .
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Wonder wliit will be thought .
up h xt id Fry lo get a dollar BLUE RIBBON RIB IrfliVlDlAL20ZCUBE}
away; from "us 'co lU'Y folks."
Orlene Lang this is the ,h #
name we all knew her byl is 7tt STEAKS IOfOR9ge
helping iiei" sister, Elgin, in ,
the.store"for fa' while: < STEAK LBi oJ ..- ,
James Saunders has been y
acting as substitute pastor at'' ,"..'... r .J. n. 11
the Clay Hill Ch Lich ,since w ,,',:. FARMER- .GRAY. ROLL- N.Y. STATE AG. b. FRESH FillET OF '
Clareiicb Knight resigned.! --- -- : >.. SAUSAGE LB. 39 CfiEESE Its 69c. .: f '
They were to call pastors Sun- :' > i ; FLOUNDER LB.
day night\ but we haven'tleiuned"ret P.5.6. i ." ;
who was called SPICED LADY FAIR| -8d} OR S.M.i RED '" a .>

Our Highland pastor called BLUE RIBBON CUBE lunch' ROE LB. 89c
oH, Us Wednesday\: to see' how meat oZ39c Biscuits. 3 l\iS\ 29 f'C MULLET (
iij ,
the Sick:; '"'oman waS ge'ttinz'j .
PS.G. SLICED MELLOW'AGE CHEESE FRESH STANDARDSALAMI
along;: She was ,sitting up .
j crocheting'whelhe came in.1.I LB. }001 .39c SPR A'D' 2tg F69c OYSTERS'12 0 I 39c/\

I He expected' to see. her in bed, 1 't .l.; .. CAN
t but as long as she can sit up. | ARMOUR SLICED T '1
t she will be Up. tie also called '. SkINLESS. SWISS
8n.l'fcllle Wilkinson and found < .. .. FRANKS LB 59c rll LBa : Vierchants
j.. .
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her well --- -"-- ------ -
getting .along. very -
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.also., '

I with'Allen the Lastinger Boil ,Conservation, who works II Merchants Merchants L17J .Merl 1- M terchinl s titerthis Merchants I.! Merthants f .J'l MrarchaAt. Lm Merchanls Merchants Mar S?ants

Service hi Clay County, was 'jt. GREEN wP$ aaiN a GREEN a Hasps caEENSnuKPS aWAP$ cxEENanuwi aREENau _I ettEt atxlaPS I. "fUIH GRrIIi.JNIH! QRCEN_enua_ s CftDI6TU IrJGREAT
oul Id see us folks last: week( .. ..
showing the aerial pictures o{ ;, IDEAS-BEST BUYS START WITH. .
this farming section and LADY FAIR REAL GERMAN CHOC.
learning who wishes soil surveys -I I Mix.Ii'
MAXWELL Match
made to determine what I .
the land is best suited for. j SAVE .
|. CAKE 9,9 lB. BAG ,
This seems to be a wonderful .
49c
help to the farmers around) HOUSE' V Savin.as" . . ..
here. As we do not farm anymore ,
it will not help us, but LADY FAIR PETITE .
there;are quite a few who still ; LADY FAIR ICED CWM. BROWN N' SERVEFANCY 3 $c A.' jt L ,...... !.J .. .
I do some farming, and this will COFFEE .
i be good forithemMethodiit !: Jt PKG 25. ROLLS29JjFRU1t ...,....ti t..... 111."
Ii i i I OF 9 20 RED OR YELLOW r J e +t' >


(ChurchSchedule FLAVORS FOOD FAIR COFFEE- ft,. 3S HAWAIIAN.' PUNCH 46 ANS 0 zC ;

for week of Feb. 3. .
i Sunday Church School, LIMIT1 OF YOUR CHOICE LA CORONA. a'TINS
9:45: a. m. Morning: Worship, CAIIADA 10$10028.0Z WITH $5,00 FOOD ORDER
11 a.m. Snack Supper for M- LUNCHEON t
LOAF
YF, 6 p. m. Youth Meetings.' 1 .
- fY3
6130: pm. Mission Study clas y}? r iZ
yes, 7 p.m. Special feature of BOTTLESPLUS F.F

Mission Study, 8 p.m.U611d DEPOSIT .. :. PRESERVES ]2 0 ,
ALL h PEACH 4
y Circle 2 meets at R e'
home of Mrs. Pauline Torode SHORTENINGFYNEBAKE
I at Kingsiey Lake, 3 p.m. Circle VEGETABLE F.F a'I) %
f
I 6 meets at home of Mrs. y ..R,
/ L. D. Green Raiiord Road. 3 DELICIOUS APPLES PINEAPPLE PR ,
p.m. Commission on Education -' .
.meets at church. 7 p.m.
I Official Board meeting 7:30: F.I .

p.m.TMesday Circle 1 meets at I I APRICOT PRESERVES 4 1102 ..J

home of Mrs. H. C. Ritch, LB. JARS, ,.
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TYYYYYVYTTYTYYl matching gowns of blue silk J. C. Merritt. Those present is also being carried out rfTTYY YVYYYYYYYYYYYYY* yyyyyyyyyyyyyyvvyyyyy' Palatka, and Mrs. T. W. Mar- their regular monthly cover- All creditors of the estate of

peau de sole had fitted bodices from out-of-town included the through the March of Dimes, key at the Community Cen- ed dish luncheon and social at Melvin I* Prescott, deceased,

HAMPTON full skirts and scoop guest of honor, her' mother, now, with funds being used LAWTEY% BROOKER ter. Mrs. Taylor's birthdaywas the home of Mrs. E. T. Mar- are to hereby lie any notified claims or and demands required

necklines. They carried nosegay Mrs. Frank Williams, and sisf or research: and service. January 26 and Mrs. Markey's tin, Monday, Feb. 4. Guests which they may have against
bouquets of champagne ter, of Gainesville; Mrs. A. I. Mrs. J. W. Horne is Hamp- said estate In. the office of the
By Sirs. D. E. JililAAAAAA&AAAAAAALAj3j By Enu Blanchxrd By Shirley Green the 28th. from Gainesville are expectedat county Judge of Bradford CountY'
carnations and wore head- Mann, mother of the bride- ton area chairman for the in the courthouse at Starke
.. ... ... . a . . . .. . _. . . Those attending were: Mr. this meeting- members of Florida, within aix calendar
pieces of roses matching their groom, and her three daugh- house-to-house canvass, ,and ----------------A. aas -n------- &&p paaaaaA and Mrs. J. T. Taylor and the group who rated our Key months from the date of the

Nell Williams, T. J. Mann gowns. ters, of Brooker; Mrs. J. G. working with her are Mrs. Church Schedules Mrs. Harold Sorrells and family of Palatka, Mr. and stone course. first publication of this notice.
Wed in Gainesville Laverne Dyal of Brookerwas Merritt of Gainesville and V. J. Slade. Mrs. Ina Knight, Mrs. Gerald Dukes and Each claim or demand must be
Church Grace sons
Methodist: Sunday daughters 0 f Jacksonville in writing and must state the
Miss Nell Williams daugh- best man. and ushers Mrs. Arnold Haddock of Jack- Mrs. Richard May. Schoolchildren School, 9:45: ; Morning Worship were visiting her parents. Mr. of Worthington, Mr. and Mrs. FIRST BAPTIST place or residence and postof
were Marvin Mann of Brooker. sonville. have collec- flee address of the claimant and
ter of Mr. and ,Mrs. Frank L. received 11; Evening Service, and Mrs. L. L. Dyal, several T. W. Markey Mr. and Mrs. :KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ.
Williams of Gainesville. ,and brother of the bridegroom, The bride-to-be was also tion envelopes for the drive, 7:30. MYP each Wednesday. days last week. A. L. Green and Joe. Mr. and R. Smith, pastor, Ralph I must, his be agent sworn, to or by his the attorney claimant -
and James Williams, brotherof honored with a shower in and canisters have been placed Mrs. or It will become void
accordIng
Timothy J. Mann of Brookerwere 8 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkerson Stanley Green Mr. and Copeland Minister of Music
the bride.Following Gainesville Monday eve- in stores here. to law.January .
on
married last Saturday First Baptist: Sunday of Lake City were visitingMr. Mrs. Kenny Green and son, and church organist. 8, 19C3.MARTcrLLE.
evening at Eastside Baptist the ceremony. a ning last week, given by Mrs. Personals School '10 ajd. Morning'Worship and Mrs. N. C. Mott Friday Ken, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green Services: Sunday School BENNETT

Church in Gainesville. reception was held at the Harvey Christmas and Miss Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson 11. Training Union 6:30: night. and family, Mr. and Mrs. 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship I Executrix of the Estate of
church. and lace Nelita Williams. Melvin L. presc.ott, dee.
The bride is the grand- Organdy o- Attending spent last weekend in Evening 'Worship: '7:30.Mid- Mrs. Roxie Thomas of Pompano Earl Green, Shirley and 10:50 a. m. Training Union, First publication on January

daughter of Mr. and.Mrs. :Dan r; ver ice blue satin covered the from Hampton were Mrs. Ho- Daytona Beach with Mr. and week Services each Wednesday Beach was the weekend Cherle, Bettye Fuqua, John 7:00: p. m. Evening services 10, 1963.THOMAS. \
three tables with floral arrangements well Williams, Mrs. J. A. Wil- & PIERCE,
Johnson of Hampton the Mrs. Donald McMahone and II 7:20.: guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Green and Terrel Green of 8:01 p. m. You are invited to Attorneys at Law

family are former Hampton of gladioli, chrys- liams, and Mrs. George Wil- family, including a birthday PersonalsKathy McDavid and family. Gainesville, Mrs. Mary Green share family Prayer time with 203.205 North Temple Avenue

anthemums, and roses on liams. celebration for the Watter- Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes Starke, Florida
residents. Mr. Mannds the son Jones Karen Lee Mrs. Evelena Thomas was and us.
1.10 4t 1-31
of each. Serving were Mrs. P. I. Those attending the wed- son's grandson, Donnie. Dian of Lake Butler and
Mr. and Mrs. Ancil I. Mannof Kitty Harris arid Lorraine admitted to Alachua Genera ,
Brooker. Smith, Mrs. Susan: Keyes ding Saturday from here were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Williams Priest ,attended the annual Hospital Monday for an eye James AUigood of Alachua. ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT Of
Mrs. J. M. Broome of Vero Miss Brenda Sue Hinson, Mr.
of Starke
were Sunday
The candlelight ceremony District MYF Banquet in Lake operation. CHURCH FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL
Beach Mrs. A. O. Haddockof and Mrs. Charles Hicks, Mrs. CIRCUIT, IN'iD:
supper guests of Mrs. Jessie FOB
was performed by Rev Robert 'I City recently., Douglas Barnette of Miami
Jacksonville, and Miss Bar- M. M. Matchett, Mrs. C. R. Chastain. 1ryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyfYKEYSTONE Rev. Wm. W. Worstall BRADFORD COUNTY. I IfCHANCERY.
C. Springs was the guest of Mr. .
Gray, pastor of Trinity Rev.; Edward Harvey pastor
bara Ernst. Mrs. Glenda Cox, Mrs. Richard 'May, Mrs.J. .
Baptist church, Jacksonville, Mrs. T. F. Brown and Raleigh of Lane Ave. Baptist Church and Mrs. G. E. Green and Vicar. Angeline M. Adams
bride's W. Horne Mrs. Wil- Plaintiff
Christmas kept the George ,
and Rev. R. B. Keyes, pastor j Brannen drove to Ocala in Jacksonville, conducted the family Sunday and Monday.Mr. Daily offices. 8:30 a.m. to VSL Dlvorw
book. liams Mrs. Howell Williams
HIGHLIGHTS
of the Eastside church., White Saturday to visit Mrs. Brown's Midweek Service_, atthe-Pirst and Mrs. L. L. Dyat 5 pjnHoly Eucharist, Wed- Harold P. Adams. f

gladioli, chrysanthmums baby ,I After a honeymoon trip to Patricia and Dan Thomas Johnson.Weds sister, Mrs. A. L. Sullivan.Mr. Baptist Church while the local were weekend guests of Mr. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA nesdays, 10 ajn. Holy Eucharist Defendant NOTICETo

breath and South Florida, the newlywedsare and Mrs. M. J, Dyal in Delay on 1st and 3rd Sundays
palms decoratedthe Thomas Clark in Georgia and Mrs. Joe Forsyth pastor, Ret L. T. Howe, : Harold P. Adams. SFP No.
church. making their home at 1919 and Mrs. Ina Knight and son held services at Lane Avenue.Mr. r Beach. [Continued From Page 81hgion ) each month. Morning Prayer 2. U. S. Naval Base,
SE 50th St., Gainesville.The Miss Patricia Thomas, 2nd and 4th Sundays. Litany N. J.You.
Mr.
Given in marriage by her bride of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. were Sunday dinner guests'of and Mrs.' Wallace and Mrs. Kenny Green Judaism. On Thursday Service: on 5th Sunday. are hereby lAkehurst\\
father, the bride wore a gown was guest Louis Thomas, and Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Leaston: Forsythin Brightwell and son of Jack- and Ken were guests of Mr. evening, Jan. 31, the speaker ,! Sunday any a complaint for
honor at a miscellaneous and Mrs. J. T. Taylor and Evening Prayer, 7 p. filed against you
of imported Chantilly lace and : Lawtey.Mr. sonville visited Mr. and Mrs. discussed Catholicism as he
Charles Clark, son of Mr. and 'm. required to serve a copy of your
shower at town hAll
Hampton
taffeta over layers of starchednet I II Mrs. Frank Clark of Hamp- and Mrs. James Broome Pervy B. Jones during the family in Palatka last Sunday personally experienced it. Answer or Pleading to the \
on Tuesday evening, Jan. 22 Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thomasof Complaint on the plaintiffs at-
with fitted long-sleeved : and family of Vero Beacb week. The final meeting will be
I Hostesses for the occasion ton Lake were married Sun- : COMMUNITY CHURCH torney. George H. Pierce. 20J

lace bodice. Roses and tiers of I.I were Mrs. J. W. Horne, Mrs. day Jan. 20, in Valdosta, Ga. visited here last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal were and Foley Mrs, .Wilbur Ala., are Thomas visiting andMrs. Mr. I on Sunday evening, Feb. 3, in KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 295 Starke,North Florida Temple and file Avenue th', t

lace formed the train of the Richard May, Mrs. Howell For the double-ring ceremony the Dan Johnsons. They made in Jacksonville on business the Community Church educational original Answer or pleading in
taffeta skirt. Her veil of silk the bride wore a beige the trip to attend the weddingof last Saturday. Evelena Thomas.Mr. building at 7:30 p.m. Dr. A. C. Holt Minister.Mrs. In the office of the Clerk of the

illusion was held by a pearl( Williams.Williams, and Mrs. George knit dress, with matching accessories Nell Williams in Gaines- Recent'guests ,of Mr. and and Mrs. Pasco Mott A speaker will complete the George A. Canova, organist Circuit 8th day Court of February on or before, 1963 th If

and crystal crown, and she:I I Accompanying the vile.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy'. Mrs. H. C. Wainwright and and family of Gainesville visited series on what Protentantismmeans and director.John Hud- you fail to so do a Decree Pro
carried white Bible A large pink, flower-strewn L his mother. Mrs. Mae son, Youth Director. Confesso will be taken against
a topped i I couple was Mrs. Frank Clark. family were Clyde Wainwright I to him.
for the relief demanded lathe
umbrella decorated the lace- Matt you
Sunday night.
with a white orchid and roses. The bride is a former student and Mrs. Wainwright's par- I Miss Carol Warren of the Sunday School 9:30: am. complaint.
Attendants were Miss Nelita covered gift table, with a of Bradford County High ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Star- Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lay- Senior Group attended a con- Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Done and ordered at Starke
harmonizing of mixed field and Mr. Florida this 14th day of Janu-
bouquet and Mrs. Marcus
Williams of Gainesville, maid School, and the bridegroom is Bayless Hiway ling of Bartow. Saturday dinner ference on youth work re- Youth Groups 7 p.m. ary. A.D. 1183.
of honor; Miss Amelia Williams -: pink flowers. On the refreshment a graduate of BHS. At pres- I guests were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas of Gainesville visitedMr. cently. Mrs. J. W. Wildt is CHARLES A. DARBY
table the punch and Mrs. N. C. Mott andMrs.
of Hampton. and Miss ent they are making thei: : J. D. Starling of Glen St. Senior Advisor and with the Clerk Circuit Court Brad
: bowl was circled with pink By Mrs. 0. E. Crosby Ophelia Moore Sunday.Mr. Ii THE COUNTY JUDGE'S ford County, Florida.
Ruth Mann of Brooker, sister home with Mr. Clarks parents Mary. Mrs. Rebel Rhoden of Seniors in the process of reorganizing COURT IN AND FOR By Janet N. Carter,
roses, and cakes trimmed in .'and Mrs. Charles BRAD-
Perry
of the bridegroom as bridesmaids : and plan to move soon to AAAAA A All A AAAA4AAAAA Ocala, and Mrs. Dolores Wid. this Youth weekis FORD COUNTY. FLORIDA.In Deputy Clerk
pink and green carried out the and daughter, Karen of Gainesville
Estate & PIERCE
re: of THOMAS
; and Miss Emily Williams Gainesville where Mr. Clarkis ner of St. Augustine spent the stimuli to progressiveand
color scheme. Miscellaneous Shower were Sunday guests ofher Melvin U Prescott. Deceased George H. Pierce
sister of the bride, as I employed.PTA Sunday with the family. far-reaching activitiesand NOTICE TO CREDITORS Attorney for Plaintiff
: Members of the WMU en- parents. Mr. and Mrs. M.
junior bridesmaid. Their- Game prizes were won by in this 1-17 4t 2-7
I Meets Tonight tertained Visitors of Mrs. Effie Miner programming .
at a delightful O. Harrell.
Mrs. Charles Hicks. and Mrs.I .
phase of Christian living.
I Hampton Elementary PTA shower last Saturday night during the week were Mr. andMrs.
will meet tonight [Thursday] in the pastorium honoring- Bill Reid and sons of Miss Juanita Stalnaker attended Social hour followed each' AMBULANCE SERVICE

in the school auditorium, at Mrs. Carolyn Cribhs, a recent Jacksonville, Mrs. Frank the Cosmetology Convention of the evening meetings. Tony PHONE 964-2600

DIXON'S GRO. & MARKET 7:30 pan., Election of officersfor bride. Wells. Nina.'and Mrs. Arrow- at Orlando Sunday Baker, leader of the Pioneer ,

1963 will be the main J smith of 'Leesburg.Mr. and Monday.Mr. Group, and Mr. and Mrs. John DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
Games were played during and Mrs. J. R. Mott I
M. Wrinkle of the Junior
business the anda .
fojr meeting .
,
and Mrs. L. Turner
M.
the party hours, and prizes and sons, and Mrs. N. G. Mott
2 Miles South of Lawtey on 301 Highway film on lung cancer and awarded to were visiting'Mr. and Mrs. J. Group assisted. Adults Inter- DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
: Mrs. Freddie Wat- were Sunday guests of Mrs.,
ested in these meetings were
smoking, 'Profile of Cancer" Starke Fla.
I a terson, and Mrs. J. R. Kelly. D. Turner, Mrs. Cora Turner, Ophelia Moore and Buford. welcome. ,
II I is scheduled for the pro- and Mr. and Mrs. Horace
0 GROCERIES Refreshments were served by Mrs. Hazel Woodin of Tulsa -. Ladies Golf Association RENTAL SERVICES
gram.
; Gushing and daughters in '
the hostesses after the hon- Okla., Miss Susan Wait Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs Crutches
Holds TournamentOn ,
liD
Met Last Week Tallahassee
Group the weekend.
over
i oree had opened her lovely and Mrs. Charles Parry of
MEATS Hampton Special Interest gifts. Terry, Mary Jack, and Jackie Gainesville were visiting Mr. Monday, Jan. 29, the

Group, sponsored by Miss Church News Pons spent Wednesday to and Mrs. Wilbur Thomas Sunday Ladies of the' Women's Golf

FRESH DO-NUTS Dorothy Ross, home demon- The WMU Brotherhood Saturday with their grandparents afternoon. Association of the Keystone G i A Q Q That's Our Business
stration agent, met at Hampton : Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hodge-Norris Country Club held their weekly E. u u
GA'S. Wedding
RA's and Sunbeams of -
"If It's Glass We Have It"
tournamentthis
City Hall on Wednesday Reddish. one a
I Bayless Hiway Church held Shirley Norris daughter ofMrs.
afternoon last week, with a Mrs. Paul Dinkins Junior One Club and Putter Nine CALL WRITE or VISIT
their Margarette Norris of
OPEN EARLY 7:00 A. I program on poisonous plants. monthly meeting Mon- Hole Tournament.Eva FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S I
: M.I day night at the church. At and David, of St. Augustine Gainesville, and Pete Hodge, -

House-to-llouse Drive the close of the meeting. refreshments visited her.parents, Mr. and son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hall had a low gross of
GLASS CO.NOT
.
I; For March of Dimes On were served by Mrs. Carl Carter and Mr. and Hodge of Brooker, were married 46; Mary Brokas a low net I

The annual March of Dimes the Brotherhood members. Mrs. P. 1,. Dinkins, during the on January 21 in Gaines- score of 35. Both ladies were ( INC)

CLOSE drive for funds is in week. in the 18 hole group. Faye
LATE---9:30 P. M. !L progress PersonalsMr. ville. They will make their "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co."
:
here this week, coinciding and Mrs. E. M. Padgett Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradley. home in Brooker after Feb. 1. Mangel won low net with a
with the national crusade announce the birth of a son and children visited Mr.: 'and Birthday DinnerMr. score of 40 in the 9 hole We Design Modern Store Fronts
1 Just Mail Us A Pattern For
during the month of January. on Thursday, Jan. 24, In Al- Mrs. G. L. Kersey and familyin and Mrs. Roy Green, group. I '
OPEN ALL DAY THURSDAY : Funds are still being used to achua General HospitalMr. Starke Sunday afternoon. entertained with a birthday The Ladies of the Women's i Table Tops

continue to help polio victims and Mrs. Fred Broad- Mrs. A. Q. Smith and Suzanne dinner Sunday for their Golf Association of the Keystone 1313 N. W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353

I although polio vaccines well and baby of Jacksonville were -Sunday' supper guests of daughter, Mrs. J. T. Taylor of r Country Club will hold

WE DELIVER have nearly erased epidemicsof were Sunday guests of Mrs. the Bradleys. The Bradleys'' -. .-::- -.-. -- -

polio. Work against cele- Broadwell's parents, Mr. and. son, Robert R., who is serving -- -

bral palsy and birth defects Mrs. L. A. Crosby. with the paratroopers. in

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett Germany writes that it is I F

.-.- .--- and children were recent quite an experience to land AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY
,, guests of her parents, Mr. and I on the solid frozen groundover
.ms s............. Mrs. Leslie Waters, in Lake there.
/.kAuto .
Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton of il I ._ t _. -: -- : : -
WARM L and COOL
Sympathy is extended Jacksonville spent Sunday
to Electric Service I AUTO SALES & SERVICE CEMENT GARDEN SUPPLIES I IB
Titter' Mrs. Harry Lewis and family : with Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Din- .,! I
in summer"1
in the loss of :Mr. Lewis, a LINTELS WINDOW SILLS:

.-. -* *tV1 .44$4-S4S S.S... pioneer settler in the com kins.Mr.. and Mrs. Jack Brassel .Automotive Electric & G Motors Co. STEPPING STONES"If Johnson & Paris, Inc.

munity. He will be greatly and family were in Augusta, It's Cement We Cast It-

V missed. Ga. Sunday where they attended Service CADILLACOLDSMOBILEF85HILLMAN Cement Complete Line of
1
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Crosby a family reunion given SEEDSPLANTSFERTIlIZERS-

and children in honor of Mr. Brassell's Our Precast Products
t were Tuesday I Repairs Specialty Sales and Service
night guests of his parents father George Brassel-' on his Seventieth Generators Ignition 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 033 N. E. 27th Ave. Gainesville I Insecticide*-Pet Supplies

Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby.mYYYVVYYYVVVYYYTVVV'. s birthday. Regulators, Solenoids, PHONE 376-7515 PHONE 372-0953 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreads 1

Mrs. V. R. Reddish and Mrs. Aramatures 224 N. W. 8th Ave.PHQNE .

p I Lula Norman were in Tampa Water & Fuel Pumps 372-0478 .
CONCRETE
Friday to Sunday visiting ]Exchange Service on Starters Crane Motor Co. PRODUCTSINSIST Gainesville, Fla. I

EVERGREENBI their sister,. Mrs. Nell Osteen, and Generators THAT ALL YOUR
who has been ill. They were Wholesale Retail LARK ANGLIA CONCRETE PRODUCTS
LADIES WEAR I
__& 4''&'k Airs. Minnie L. Redding accompanied by _Jerry: Wit- 620 S. Main Gainesville ENGLISH FORD ARE THE BEST FROM

IERCEDES BE..1OiZ'OL(]).

Phone 7823232AAAAAAAAAAAAAAW cher.Friends of Mrs. Georgia Ann PHONE 372-6990 Authorized Sales & Service Edwards Building
Cherry'sGainesville's
will to learn that
sapp regret ,
"Complete Service for Allfakes"
4&Aa
\' I she had a stroke Tuesday of AUTO BRAKES Supply, Inc. Most Fashionable

Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mc- last week and is critically ill Address For Ladies

Clellan of Jasper are the at the home of her son and 506 E. University Ave. 726 S. Main-372-4844 DRESSESSUITSCOATSMATERNITY

_, proud parents of a son born: .dallghtf.r-in law, Mr. and Hull's Brake Supply PHONE 372-4343 Gainesville, Fla. WEARACCESSORIES

l Jan. 22. He has been named Mrs. Everett E. Burney, In "BRAKE SPECIALISTS"For Gainesville, Fla. ELECTRIC MOTORS

Ronald Darrin. The maternal Jacksonville. Other relatives 105 W. University, Gainesville

grandparents are Mr. and have been called. Every Car or Truck VOLKSWAGENSalesServiceParts Electric Motor

Mrs. Mac Sweat of the State Lonnie Prescott of ,Middle- Turning Grinding Relining MUSIC SUPPLIESNew

Farm. Paternal grandparents!! burg was Sunday dinner guest!1 While You Wait Repair Co.OF .

are Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mc- of Mrs. Hattie Darley. Miss'I GAINESVILLE, INC.

Clellan. Sinla Prescott,. and Mr. and 1314 S. Main Gainesville Miller-Brown Motor S COMPLETE ELECTRIC and UsedPIANOS

Mrs. Daisy Pnngle Mrs Mrs. Hiram Bennett and chil- 372-1497 Inc.PhONE ,
Minnie Redding Arthur Red MOTORSA.Ul GUITARSDRUMSShir.ET

ding Jr., and Alethia Williams dren.Mr.. and Mrs. J. C. TYe 372-3532 AND SERVICE MUSICBudget

TWOOMFORTS IN'ONE'I were in Jacksonville last Friday Johnle and Pam. visited Mrs. AUTO RADIATORS 1030 E. University Ave. "Distributor of Terms

t visiting Mrs. Pnngle's sis Tye's brother-in-law and sis- Gainesville New Lincoln Motors" Lillian's Music Store

&me1.electricyeat.roundalr iter, :Mrs. Maggie Forsythe.in ter Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Roberts PHONE 372-8318 "Gainesville Leader"

I, St. Luke's Hospital. Other' Jr., In Jacksonville Sat- Butler's Radiator DODGE-DART __1C30 S. Main, Gainesville Since 1933 I\
visitors were Mrs. Rossie Reddish L- urday. I I
112 8. E. First Gainesville
Mrs. Bessie Sapp and Mrs. John Shuford has returned Service DODGE TRUCKS FARM & INDUSTRIAL 1
Sales PartsServiceUSED
daughter, Pat. from a visit of several -
ditioning Most Modern Cores In Stock: CARS TOO Central Tractor Co.. MOVER
Mr.
and Mrs. Otis Brewer weeks with her son Phil and
and Repairs All Cars-Trucks FORD TRACTORSFord
family, and Brit Rosier family. .
were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Eunice Prevatt and National Trailer Rental Poole-Gable Motor I Farming Implements

T--4j IwSfte the Sinclair Mosleys in Jack: daughter. Mrs. Oscar, Perry 519 S. W. 4th Ave., Gainesville Agricultural Industrial Gainesville

... j&-0epe86acaag w3 warm jonr nans ID JSBft sonville. They also visited Mrs. were visiting, Mr. and ,Mrs. J. PHONE 872-0496 119 S. E. 1st. Ave.,Gainesvffl l le< Complete Service & Parts Dept'
.,. 1. ail ta My...and: do it with
one compact unit. Maggie Forsythe.The C._ Prevatt Sunday. PHONE 372-4X4 Good Used Equipment MayflowerLOCAL

V Id L -! BI et fe Axr-Caodftiaiang B tried and proven. On Leslie McClellans visited Saturday visitors of Mrs. : 4488 N. W. 6th. Gainesville

I d3's ft.Q fnvida the deaoeat and most healthful kind of watmau Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mc-: Mamie Futch were Mr. and AUTO SALES & SERVICE N PHONE 376-5430 AND LONG

."Jl itframdastcd po&i and brings relief KXS aDsrgies.ir !. Clellan and new baby in Jasper ,' Mrs. Henry Hunter of Jacksonville .' Automatic TransmissionsONE FLOOR COVERING U DISTANCE MOVING
last Sunday. j'|I and Mr. and Mrs. W. Storage And Crating:
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"'-V- M1mT From all reports church'services B. Danson of Valdosta.. Ga. Central Florida Tile
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1 due to sickness and North 301 3H mOee. out.af Parts Lee's, Monarch, Loomweave,
: : Gator Automatic The Helzel Co.
weather.
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Ii 'r BROOK Fountain Pen. TELl Rev. Carl EcLmsndion, pastor: 615 N. :Main, Gainesville Gainesville PHONE 372-037 TILES .- MARBLE PHONE 31U91.v

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