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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 7, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
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VOLUME ZIGIITY-FOUB STARKE FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 1963 ',y.. \ NUMBER THIRTY-TWO

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Councilman Offers Personal Loan
Rape Charges




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2 Bradford MenLeon



Herman Pringle, 22, Delay RequestedCouncil
T 's -S charged with rape, and Ran-
: dal Box, 20, charged with be

ing a principal to the crime,
Members of the Starke Council Tuesday night
are being held in Bradford City
County jail, without bond, a- To 'I offered to personally sign the bank note of a local I

_; T t waiting grand jury action at I restaurant owner, and one councilman offered him

4.3 .5 t I k [ S the spring term of circuit Tuesday !I a personal l loan, to pay a city utility bill if he becameunable
j* court. I to raise the
money.
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5; c you out of my personal ac
a1Ii : According to the Bradford The generous offers came "
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County sheriff's office, Prin- The Starke at the council's regular meeting -
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"It won't be just $500,
gle is accused of raping a 15- will meet in Tuesday night when
Bradford County Science Fair winners ((1-r)-senior more like $1,000 or $1.-
year-old Starke girl in a vacant next Tuesday, I George Kopelousos, owner of
\ division: Dee Walters, John Wager, Tom Brown, 500," replied Kopelousos whose
After Two YearsNew house east of Lawtey last to discuss the Garden Restaurant appeared -
Suzanne Judd Charles Phipps, Vicki Devrick, Mike Junior Varsity I bill usually totals around $250to
Friday night. cal bills to be to request that he be
Hitchcock Don $300 or more per monthL"Do
Thompson Terry Barry and Mark
Pringle told officers that he State Senator allowed to delay payment of
Hamilton. Junior division: John Spengler, Billy Dean was separated from his wife Johns and R I his utility bill for a few you want us to go on"

Thompson, Susan Fogg, Rita Meng, and Carolyn Cage TourneyTo CourthouseIs and child, said to be in Little Arch Thomas months "just as a personal a loan at the bank for you?
t Hurst askea the restaurantowner
Rock, Ark, and had been I week, February favor to me, you understand."
i and was echoed by several -
staying with a sister in Jack- Legislative I "Let's take it under consid-
other members.
Meng.Co Open Today sonville, returning Jan. 8 to uled at 10:30 i eration." tendered former "
Science Fair "Nope, was the reply.
Topic Again his Lawtey grandmother.where he stayed with Bradford council chairman J. D. Doylein "Then pay your light bill,"
house. a low voice.
A HursC told him.
Keystone Conference
Junior -
According to the Sheriff's Council "The man wants an answer
I Varsity Basketball Tour- Bradford County's "new missioners declared that t a- : office. investigation revealed wishing to now" Councilman Carl Hurst "I dont promise but I'll

Winners PickedFourteen nament is scheduled to be courthouse express" was backon tion had been delayed long that;Pringle met the girl at legislation to replied quickly. try," Kopelousos answered
held in the Bradford "Have you got your an-
High the rails Tuesday after being enough. Chairman J. C. Pre. a boiling alley on the pre- Tuesday's Kopelousos went on to explain -
School gym today, Friday, and sidetracked for two years. I vatt was absent due to illness. ceding Sunday, telling her he will begin at : that "Business has been swer?" Chairman Johns asked -

Bradford High first: time in the four-year I Saturday. Commissioner Jerome Commissioner Johns said it was a student from the Uni- bad lately, and expenses high." .
School students and two from history of the fair that any i It will be the first B-squad Johns' motion to set a special was his opinion that a new versity of Arkansas, down here He said he had sold his farm "If you cut off the lights,

Hampton Junior High School area schools have had winners. tournament ever held at Brad- meeting date for the purposeof courthouse should be built a- to look after some interests this week but would realize no I'll have my answer," Kope
will represent Bradford Coun- Other local winners who ford High and in the Key- interviewing architects to way from the present site. for his mother. He dated the Girl \\V transactionuntil lousos replied, "If you don't
from the
stone Conference money "
ty at the Regional Science will] attend the regional fair says Coach start pre-planning the project The services of an architectare girl a couple of times priorto and I'll get a break.
Fair in Live Oak March 7 and are: :. Erwin Land who engineered received a unanimous vote by needed. he said to start Friday night, the officers June or July four reQuested In other action at the first
8. Senior division- Terry Bar- the tourney. It may even be i I the four commissioners pres- the necessary planning, to In "just a three or of the month meeting the
the first B-squad tournamentever said.According month delay" to get him over
medical science John Wa- ent George W. Roberts Jr. help in the selection of a council:
f The 16 students who will: ry, ; : to the Sheriff's the rough spot.
held in the state of Flor-
have projects in the regional ger, zoology; Vicki Devrick Mrs. Jessie R. Chastain, R. H. suitable site, and to make a office, Pringle and Box called Concurred with a request
ida for
BHS coaches "I don't blame George
fair were the top winners and Tom Brown, chemistry; say. Green Jr., and Johns. feasibility study to see if the for' the girl about 7:30: p. m. Moo from the StarkeBradfordCounty
from the fourth annuaI"Bradford -i Mickey, Dansby. Dee Walters, The first game will begin The meeting was set for 10 county can finance a new last Friday in Box's car. They asking when his competitorright Recreation Board to
County Science Fair I and'Mark Hamilton, botany; at 4 p.m. today with Starke a.m. Feb. 19. courthouse with present rev- later drove to the unoccupied. across the street is allowed refuse Ancil Griffis a 30 foot

which was concluded last Fri Mike Hitchcock zoology; Don I pitted against Live Oak in the Green at first demurred that enue. house east of Lawtey and induced Two teen-agers to go as long as"he has wide road to his property because -

Thompson Suzanne Judd opener. Santa Fe will meet the entire board should be : The action Tuesday was the the girl to go inside on killed and three i without paying his bill, Councilman : it would cut across the
day.The and Charles Phipps medical Macclenny at 6:30: in the second ously wounded ] I ] Orie Wiggins said, ad- I edge: of the new Sarasota
winners from Hamptonwere present to act on "anythingthis I first interest shown by the the pretext of Pringle want-
game and P. K. ding, "I don't see why any- The Re-
Yonge
science. Commission in the courthouse to show her something and shootings with Heights Playground.
Rita Meng, junior medical big but the other corn- ing
should allowed to
be get
and Green Cove will battle it I one
Junior division John I project since 1960 when the talk with her. Bradford County creation Board was represented
4 sceince division, and Carolyn out in a nightcap which is past four weeks. that far behind." Wigginswas Rowe, Merritt
Spengler, zoology; Billy Dean board employed an architectto There were no lights in the by Jimmy
I Meng, junior zoology di- Thompson, and Susan Fogg scheduled to start at 8:30 to- The latest referring to the manage- Recreation Di-
make a study and recom- house, the officers said, and Williams, and
vision. The two girls are cou night. ment of the Gold House Rest-
S sins. medical, science. mendations concerning the Box, who had a flashlight, about 5 p.m. rector Buddy Elliott.
ii The BHS fair opened last Fernandina was the lone Larry Wilson aurant which owes the city a asked that
choice of building a new court- said the light switch was some The three also
Richard Jockel
BHS science Thursday in the school audi- team to draw a bye and will house in a new location. or re distance away and he wouldgo was "messing weapons.'I utility bill totaling approximately '- when and. 1 If the present, Na-
;i instructor and director of the orlum and, according1 t-a I pot play until Friday night modelling and enlarging- the and see about getting' it ilL theJiving $1,000., .' tional Guard Armory on North

L local fair said this -waa the I I Jockel, had the' biggest turnout : -.I when they meet the winner of present building. At that time turned on. home, "If you're going to let one Temple Avenue becomes city

'Fishing Contest ,ever. He said the exhibits the P. K. Yonge-Green Covj the cost of a new courthousewas I After Box left, Pringle the gun and bill go, then you'll have to let property [which will happen

this year also were the best game at 9 p.m. The winnersof estimated, at $350.000 and: ,I criminally attacked the girl,I through the head them all go," Doyle said. only after a new armory is
Under Way Here the fair has ever had. the first two games will the architect said that In his officers were told. Lila Jane. 11. "We all know we can't let constructed here] the buildingbe

Judges were Mrs. CharleneB. play at 7:30 tomorrow night opinion, it would be false economy The Sheriffs office said The bullet everybody go without paying utilized as headquartersfor
The North Florida Fishing Baker for a berth in the finals. The their utility bill," Chairman
-. Upton. County High to spend money in an that the men then brought the side of the : the Recreation Depart
A Contest starts officially on School; Mrs. Marie Woodley championship game will be attempt to update the present girl back to Starke, parkingin lodged in her I Ruby Johns interjected. ment. Quarters at Pratt Street

Feb 7 and continues through Union County High School played Saturday night at 7:30. S i 5, building. He said the county an alley behind The Snack right ear. She Entering the discussion for Playground are becoming

Labor Day Sept. 2. Ticketsto and Tom Rowland, Lake City "Starke has as good a 55 might get by with a renovated -I Bar on Temple Avenue. They to Bradford the first time Councilman cramped, they explained.

enter the contest are on Junior College.Coroner's chance as any other team" and enlarged courthouse left the girl in the car and pital at 5:20: Seeber Goodman turned to Discussed cutting 70 hard-

sale for $1 at several local Junior Varsity Coach Dub i for the next five or ten years, went inside, deputies said. transferred to Kopelousos, "George, if you wood trees [cypress, gum and
stores and must be purchased Jury Lowrimore predicted this week. SSa. but at the end of that time tt The girl then went to a near- Medical Center get $500 behind I'll lend it to oak] from 12 acres of city

before fish is caught. Money Lowrimore's charges sport a I would be faced with the same by house and telephoned her eration was property southwest of Starke.

_ received from sale of tickets Terms NorsworthyDeath classy 7-5 record and have' problem again. aunt and uncle, since her parents I move the bullet Starke Man An offer of from $110 to $120

-. is used for the purchase of An Accident beaten every team in the con- With the change in membership did not have a telephone. teinoon. At has been made to cut the

$300 in prizes that are givento ference except P. K. Yonge on the board in 1962. When her relatives came for girl was Shot In MishapA trees and the site was discussed .

the winners. I A coroner's jury, convened They were defeated 38-18 last however, this planning pro- her she was taken to Bradford I the operation. by the council as a

-$ Minimum sizes for entrance here Tuesday afternoon, returned Friday by Live Oak. the team gram was dropped, the architect County Hospital where According to 44-year-old Starke man William possibility for the new armory -

in the contest are: black bass, a verdict of accidental :' they will meet in the opening paid off and dismissed, doctors examined her and released by the F. Moss: was admitlei but the council came to

8 Ibs. Speckled perch 2 lbs. death in the July 17 mortal game this afternoon. and all negotiations regardinga concluded that she had been fice the boy to the Bradford County Hospital no decision.

1 Bream and shell-crackers, 1 2 wounding of Colonel Eugene Besides losing to Live Oak new courthouse or additionsto criminally attacked. She was were sitting in Saturday afternoon ate Promised prompt action to

-__ Ibs Norsworthy. The death had last week the Tornadoes also the present building were released from the hospital at room of the being accidentally shot in the Presbyterian Church officialson

A Official weighing stations previously been termed appar- went down 37-32 before Per- Homer Wood shelved. noon Saturday.By residence at 1026 leg with a pistol being showr I whether or not sewage will

_ for the contest are: ent suicide.No ry in the local gym Saturday The lack of adequate space the time officers were doing their to him ,by a friend. be available for the new manse I

Starke-L. B Alvarez Serv- inquest was held at the night. A last minute surge by New Golf Pro in several courthouse offices notified, the men had left the Tn..... a_ :.!_: .___ The mishap occurred at the and church to be built on Bes- S

ice Station, Starke Builder time of the accident, but at the Tornadoes narrowed the : in recent years has been described Snack Bar and a search was Larry said: "I residence of T. L. Lee of sent Road. The board has

Supply, Starke Hardware Jiffy the request of the deceased's margin down to three points, Goes To Work as critical with Coun- started by Sheriffs deputies my rifle. It Starke who had gotten the .2:: promised Bessent Road residents

Store and Waynes Super- family, a coroner's jury was but fouls killed their chanceto ty Judge T. A. Yawn being and a representative of the shell I got it calibre automatic pistol out sewage if they will agreeto

I convened here Tuesday to pull the game out. Donald the most frequent visitor to Highway Patrol. The search with the gun. for Moss to examine. Lee wai pay approximately $1 per
ette.Keystone
_ Heights Rut hear testimony indicating that Falcon was high for Starke in "It's a rough course," said the Commission to describethe ended about 2 a.m. when the sitting in a demonstrating the functioning : foot for pipe laid across their

_r ledge's Fishing Camp and Norsworthy shot himself acci- both games with nine points Homer Wood, Tuesday, new' plight of his office. The men were taken in custody at 'me. I pulled of the pistol to Moss wher I property.Rev. I:

_ Walker's Service Station. dentally rather than with in- against Live Oak and seven golf pro and greens superintendent Commission at one time the Bus Station Cafe on and the .it discharged into :Moss' right Walton Grady, pastor !

Melrose-Chlappmis Store. tene to commit suicide. against Perry. of the Starke Golf sought to solve the problemby Temple Avenue. come out, so I leg four inches above the kne )f the Presbyterian Church i

and Country Club, after being asking School Superintendent : Deputies said that Box, who real hard and Moss told the Bradford Count. and Guy Andrews represented ;

56-50 For 8th WinTornadoes on the job here just three H. P. Morgan to move the also lives at Lawtey, had custody ward, and it Sheriffs Department tne shot the church at the meeting. :

days. School Board offices out of of the vacant house, my sister." was fired accidentally.: Lee wa: Harold Epps, a Bessent Road '

I Shown here with his golf the courthouse, or relinquish which belongs to a man in St. The boy said given a shot to calm his nerve* resident also asking sewage ,

I Top PKYAn clubs ed the, Wood Starke said he course has play-just [Continued on Page 31] Augustine. had gone up by Dr. William Patray was present at the meeting. i

It the sixth accidental to add a
once and shot a 74, but that Secondary Projects were doing was Epps said he wanted
was before he came here to This was the shooting to occur :n Bradford room onto his house, but that

An accurate eye at the free eighth game of the season over waiting until two minutes be- work. Since he took over as two fatal, County in recent weeks-twc unless he got the sewage soon

- throw line some nifty rebounding -,I league leading 1!. K. Yonge fore the half to score his first pro it has been too wet to play SRD Says Money Is AvailableFor ing the past of which have Jen atal to he would sell his home feet there.of

------1 and a fired up for Tuesday night 56-50. basket. Guard Richard Hobbs except for last Saturday his ing .22 calibre two teenagers. Approximately 1,400 ths
ward in Billy Dowling enabled first day on the job. pipe will be required for
The Tornadoes trailed 14-3 had 10 points and forward
t ; Coach Erwin Land's Tornado at the second quarter and 24- Harold Bishop had 8. The new pro says he is impressed Early Paving Of 4 RoadsThe project which will be started
residents agree
irA cagers to win their 22 at the start of the third In the doldrums last week- with the golf course } as soon as the i

period, but then took the lead end, the Tornadoes dropped the club house and other facilities r to pay the cost of the pipe, j

to go on and win their first games to Live Oak Friday offered by the local early paving of four of extending south .9 mile; alsoa --'- he council said.

1. Important game after two straight de night 72-58 and to Perry Sat- country club. Bradford County's top priority distance of around 1 mi., \:

feats. Dowling put his teammates urday 58-40. "It's a good course," Wood secondary roads was seen east and west, connecting Lincoln ublic Hearing
Legislative I I back in the game early said, "A lot of small towns in this week with word from the City road with SR 100. I
--- "They wanted it worse than let To Discuss
in the second period with six the country do not have a fa- State Road Department that 3. Graded road, about 1% ;
-4 we did, Coach Land said of
Hearing straight points as he had the his first loss at the hands of dUty to compare with this sufficient funds were on handto mi. from UJS. 301 at south \ ocal LegislationSenator ,
hottest scoring streak of his one." He will develop programsin let the contracts. Lawtey city limits, running I
( Thurs.. Feb. 14 : career. The senior forward Live Oak this season. Of the the near future for group County Commissioner Jerome east by Anderson Junior High \ Charley E. Johns
Perry game he said, "It was a t1
.1 10:30 A.M. sank 15 points to lead the instruction for women, and Johns read a letter at school thence northerly to .1 j,n d Representative A. J,
case of us doing nothing right
I I Tornadoes In that department plans to organize a Junior Tuesday's board meeting in join with SR 225 [Lawtey to Thomas, Jr. announced this
and them doing nothing
Bradford County : while Harold Bishop had 10 Youth_ Program._ Wood says._ which James A. Brewer, district Kingsley Lake road week that a public hearing
the coach added of
; rebounds to lead there. wrong, "Golf here is on a par with SRD engineer, said his An attempt was made at r jill be held ThursdaY Feb.
I- j Courthouse I 'It was a great comeback the Perry contest Saturday. other areas, but a lot better office had requested "our location the Commission to change the' 14, to receive requests for 10-

after live Oak and Perry last About to wind up their reg- atmosphere could be promoted department to initiate No. 1 priority from the road A al legislation. The hearing

t For the Purpose o( I Friday and Saturday." Coach ular season play the Torna- by scheduling tournamentsand the surveying of these four now designated, and place the will be held in the circuit

Hearing Proposed Local Land said of his charges "The does will travel to Fernandina other activities within the projects as quickly as pos so-called "Morgan Road!I courtroom in Starke and will

_ J Legislation for 1963 I boys wanted that one and we Friday night for a varsity club," the new pro said. Along sible." running east-west a distance: start at 10:30 ajn.
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Session. \ got it. It just goes to show tilt only since the B-teams will these lines Wood has already According to present prior- of about two miles and con- ; The hearing will be on local

: you that we can play anybody be competing in their tournament scheduled an inter-club match ity the four roads to be hard- necting U.S. 301 with SR 16, legislation or legislation affecting

a. good game on a given night here. Monday will seethe with the Keystone Golf Club surfaced would be: i in top position. i Ejj J Bradford County and
h-
Tornado A and B ; .
This Space Contributed The Tornadoes hit 46 per squads and plans are in the making 1. Graded road from High- Commissioners\ George ROb- municipalities therein.
cent of their shots from the' playing their final home con- for an invitational tournamentfor way 16 [at a point 2 niL northof erts and Jerome Johns voted: This will include any proposed -

.. Weekly to Publicize floor and 14 of 20 free throws test of the regular season as women although no date Starke] running west, for the change with Mrs. Jessie "Checker Of The Year"Miss population laws which do

Community Events by I as they tumbled the Blue they take on Macclenny. Th has yet been set for that. northwest to intersect with R. Chastain and Russell Fannie SQcoz (left) was named "Checker of the not have to conform to the
I Wave for the first time this Keystone Conference varsity The men's tournament is Road 229A near Primitive Green voting to keep the : advertising requirements of
t The Community ;; season. tournament Is also scheduledto scheduled to be played Sun- Baptist Church. priority as originally set. Year" by ballots cast by patrons of Food Fair (Setter's) strictly local laws.

4 1 Right behind Dowling in the begin next Thursday in day, February 24, at 1 p.m. 2. Graded road through Lin- Chairman J. C. Prevatt was Super Market in Starke. Mrs. J. A. Christmas, head cashier\ Only bills presented at ths

State Bank scoring was center John Wil- Live Oak with the Tigers tak- on the local greens. It will be coin City, starting at u.s. 301 absent due to illness. at the store, is seen presenting a corsage to Miss Sflcox as!I hearing will be considered by

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Jerome Johns attended the Admitted to Bradford County C. L. Scholl v..a.rningothers about the Com S S ClassroomsAre BRADFORD ('Ot'XTFLOR- feet: thence run W"'It,1)' ;
Phillips Petroleum Oil Co. Hospital this week were I munist threat.Commissioner. IDA. IN CIIA1SCF.RY.Xo. feet. ; them-e run South 100 j- :
., 13153. fe -t. more or less to the
meeting in Jacksonville last Mrs. Clyde Tomlinson John B. jonns was introduced ApprovedBy People'saUonal Fund Inc.a North po\ n.
Thursday. KIrkland, Edwin E. Conway, j final Rites_ : by Jack Trawick who Delaware corporation. Koa4-;MOO. Lheuce run East |.
School Board \ Plaintiff Mortgagevs. along lh *Xurih boundary of- (
Jimmy Lawson of Starke Wesley Garber Edward :M. had charge o{ the program. Foreclosure said jStatf.J Koad !S100 a distante I
Crosby, Rether Crews, Irene Held Thursday I Dad Woodard and of"$*-.ff't't to the point
.u.t.u...... and Buddy Baker of Jackson- I Final inspection of five new Rtty !.. Woodard of beginning said lands being "
GLADYS Crews, Murlie May Crews, Mrs.
MOOTY PHONE 964-M51 lot 50 feet East and '.
his
ville spent the weekend in Co classrooms at Southside Ele- wife. a
-.. Florence Warren, John C. Griffis Cornelius Ledyard Scholl Deer ReleasedIn I ; Defendants.XOTICK West by 108 fet/ Xarth and' !

,t ... Mrs. C. P. Houpt attended Mr. and Mrs. Francis W..t coa.Mr.. and Mrs. E. A. Winkler I[ Mrs.Jr., and W. T.Joann Jackson Harley.was 56. died Wednesday morningat ', Camp Blanding I:Monday mentary by School the Bradford was Coun-j made| Notict- is hereby OF< SALE given that,. ; Sonrh of SEU South and of being Seotion, tinge: in:34.thf:12 Township :XE East 14-'1'.

the annual! meeting of the Am. 'i Cross Jr., Mrs. Walter Barn- I and Mrs. J. H. Wells are I in his home in Starke after ty School Board in company pursuant to a Final Decree of 1 iFurl't.'loourl" ,
'I'C' visiting Clearwater from I entered in causa | at public sale to the highest!
r1can Osteopathis Association ford, and :Mrs. J. M. Andersonof I spending Thursday to Sunday i Saturday to Wednesday. an extended illness.: j| The Game and Fresh Water with the architect, Robert numbered 13-153 in the Circuit j' and best bidder for cash at.

.... Auxiliary in Miami Beach Belle Glade were last Wednesday In Waco. Texas where they'I H. T. Smith' of Santa Fe t Mr. Scholl was" born in Fish Commission has released I Broadfoot. ., Court of Bradford County. Flor- I'i' the front door t'ourth.'utarke of the B'radford. ,
will attend the wedding of Philadelphia, Pa. on Sept. 5, two doe deer in the Camp ida, I will sell the property situated Oounty
last week., visitors of Mr. and Lake and Lyons, Ga hat: teen The classrooms wer? buLU.! atj! in Bradford Florida Florida between 11 ::110> .\ :\1. and !
'4.' Mr. and Mrs. James Cooper.C. Mrs. H. L. Speer. I their son. S-Sgt. Edward A. ,I I discharged from the Dublin 1906 and came to Starke several Blanding Wildlife Manage-I a cost of $51,485 by Triesti described as: County. :: 3:00 PM., .n Monday, February j!I
WinMCT to Miss Milli} Rtehter years ago as owner and i I ment Area. according to Commence at the SE corner i 18. 1963..
.(L J. cooper and Mrs. Cora Mrs. Calvin Williams and Ga. VA Hospital where he has operator of the El Rancho Construction Co., and were accepted !- of the XEU of SE of Sectkm -i CHARLES .\. PAHnV 1
:,. Harrison of Chiefland were daughter, Jane Moyer, of Jack- on Saturday evening, Feb. 9. j been confined pince October. Brantley Goodson, Regional by the board.iv 34 Township! 4 6 South I! Clerk Oiivaii Vitirr.By .
last Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns Motel. After his retirement i Manager. Northeast Region. I Range 22 East and run West Janet N. Carter I
Friday visitors of Mr. and sonville were visiting Mr. and I Mrs. Robert
and
Autry Clerk
along the North boundary of ; Deputy
e ft...: Mrs. C. L. Cooper. Mrs. Ode Wiggins and family and family were Sunday dinner daughter, Susan and Cindy ii' Goodson stated that this is THE CIRCUIT COURT OF State Road S100 a distance! Ooldm&n, Preset & Lewis'
L Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hendrix Sunday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sink had dinner in Jacksonville had been employed by the part of the Commission'sprogram FLORIDA. EIGHTH JVDI- I of Ut'et! for a point of beginning -; Bv Sidney E.. f. 'W18. Attorney.
George Harby in Jacksonvilleand Florida State Road Depart-\ I CIAL emcriT, i.AXD FOiL I thence run North 104 tIt' -
and children of States- I to insure good hunt-
I Mrs. W. E. Middleton was I Sunday and attended the: ment. I '. '
boro Oa. spending Wed- attended the circus. movies. in this Deer are' __ -- --- 1 i
are area.
.b .I Visiting Mr and Mrs. W. Q. i I ing -
nesday to Sunday wIth Mr. Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr., was Mr. Scholl was a member trapped In areas with high I
Dowling and family Brooklyn Mr. and Mrs.
I on Eugene Wil- I II
visiting relatives in Clearwater of the.First. Methodist Churchof
and Mrs. J. P. Dtfl.derald Lake Sunday.Mr. hams and children and Mr. and population or which are closed -II I
Monday and Tuesday of Starke, Saint Johns Lodge
to hunting and released in
Mrs. i
Young of Bradenton H. P. Sheppard
and
.
-. and Mrs. Carl Johns last week while Mrs. Jerome sons No. 115 F. & A, M. Philadelphia Wildlife Management Areas.I I Ii
was recent visitor of
a Mr. were among those attending I
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and Mrs. Carl Lamar Johns
and Mrs. R. R. Chisra Johns was in Tampa attend- the circus in Jacksonville Sunday Pa.; the Scottish Rite Nine deer were released in the I i Mora r-nd more motorists '
-' Lester Warren entered St. and sons will spend the week- ing the Florida Federation I afternoon. Valley .of Harrisburg, Pa.; Northeast Region in January. i

: Vincent's Hospital Thursday end in Tampa visiting the Woman's Club meeting. Mrs. Zembo Temple, Shrine, Har- '-II
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I i State Fair. Johns was the houseguest of Among the friends and relatives -\ riburg, Pa., and Sigma Nu i iretcrnIngths! w&y

for surgery.. attending funeral services ...... .... ,.. ,.. ..
Miss Mavalee Thomas of Mrs. W. J. Logan while there. fraternity. I ... ... .
:
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Mf. .
and ;
.: Mt!. d. H. Morris for Mrs. J. .: ..f?>.: \ \
H. Gill i .
here .
of Jacksonville spent the weekend Jacksonville and Smith Babb Mr. and Mrs J. L. Hair of last week Surviving are his wife,! ,.... :..,." .
J of Oakland, Calif. were Sun- Lake City were Sunday dinner were: Mr. and Mrs. I Gladys Lowell Scholl 0 f I
.. With Mrs. E. L. Crawford. M. E. Gill
,
Leonard Smith Jr. and day visitors of Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mrs. Annie Hollings- Pascagoula, Miss.; j I Starke; three daughters, Mrs I .<.... ".
son Mrs.
Arthur
Larry of Florala Ala. Herbert Thomas.Mr. worth and family.Mr. Hazard and Mr. Adele Quimby, Richmond, Va.,I '
spent
and :Mrs. Glover '
Bailie :
Augusta 'VS S' "
and Mrs. August Oraud- and Mrs. Carl Lamar and Misses Joyce and Joan :
the weekend with Mrs. Lucile Ga. I'
Mr.
and
: Mrs. D. A.
on and Mrs. Edith Rank of Johns and sons. and Gene Scholl of Philadelphia; and
Davis and also visited Mr. Monteith
t'i
Ft. Lauderdale
;
Mrs.
Shaw visited Mr. and grandchild.
Smith Sr. in Bradford Coun- Fort Plain, N. Y. were week- Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Phillips j one I
Lamar Shaw at Neptune Beachon J
ty Hospital.Mr. end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Gladys Canova, and Mrs. Funeral services were held I
and Mrs. D. Wainwright Fred Graudon. Sunday. at 11 a.m. Thursday in the :
N. I Harold Stringer, Gainesville; CharleyE. I) .
Mrs. C. D. Williams, Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with
Jr. of Hollywood were Mrs. J. R. Kite and Mrs. Mrs. Joffree Brigman Mrs., I
D. J. Clark Mrs. Henrietta
Rev. John R. Brabham officiating -
overnight nests last Wednesday -I Lu Parks spent the weekend Mark HOlley Mr. and Mrs., B. .
Hunt, and Mrs. Irene Johns j After services here, the -
of Mr. and Mrs. J. R.|fin West Palm Beach and J. Jackson, Miss Frances Gill ;
were in Tampa Tuesday u;J WAinwright and attended the Boynton Beach with friends business. Mr. and Mrs. Hoke Harris, Mr.
for 'committal services and
.,_ funeral\ of Mrs. John Gill on and relatives.Mrs. Mrs: Nelson Green. Mrs. and Mrs. M. B. Leavell, Mrs.J. .

..', Thursday. W. M. Dunagan is in Don Hardenbrook, and Mrs. B. Lin ser, Mrs. Betty Mc- 'at burial Drexel in Hill Arlington at 10 am.Cemetery Sat- about this question: Directional lights, unthought-of yesteryear, are

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright -Panama City attending the J. B. Bakken and families attended Elhenny, and Mr. and Mrs.
m Frank urday; with Rev. Edgar Hersh "We lost $50,000 even required equipment on today's new cars. ,
Williams, all of Jack-
and sons attended the Baptist Training Union En the circus in Jackson- offic-iting.

UI to circus in Jacksonville Sunday., largement Campaign this ville Saturday afternoon. sonville. though our building was A Bank Auto Loan is optional. Once you "see t '

evening. week. John W. Griffin and C. C.
I Griffin Jr. of Ochlochnee, Ga., J. Hardenbrook Rotary Hears insured to $100,000.Ve the light' though, you won't settle for anythingless i

and :Mrs. W. H. Thomson and ExCommunistISpeak neglected to keep our coinsurance convenient, modern, economical.DEMONSTRATION .

iii son, Henry, of Monticello spent Services HeldWednesday On to the required -
Tape up \
the! weekend with Mr. and Mrs. II

: FLORID ATHEATRE P. F. Stump and Mrs. Griffin. tape-recording of a speech 80% of value, so our ANY TIME! i

Mrs. Griffin returned home by- iff. Bella Dodd a former fire loss was prorated.Can i ,
Tuesday after spending several Jesse J. Hardenbrook. 68 of official in the Communist ,

weeks with her parents, the Starke, died Monday night at Party: iri'tn U. S., was playedat you warn others to

: Stumps.Mr. his home as the Jesuit of a; the Rotary Club Wednesday bring their insurance up to

and Mrs. W. H. Nollman sudden illness. I
; by; County! Commissioner Jerome "
-- -- visited Mrs. Hallie Whitmore Mr. Hardenbrook was bornin Johns. full value? FLOR1DAii

in Keystone Heights Sunday Clay County on Aug. 12, '
The speech was originallymade
,
1894 the son of the late Jeff
evening.Mr. .
.
Commissioners E. Johns .
Charley
at a County -
and Mrs. Morris Wil- and Harriett Gilbert Harden- .. .. -.. -- -' < .
convention and
: OPENING TIME llama and children of Folkston! ,I brook. and had lived in Bradford stata ;1ff1Ii1irtrOne :i ;
., told Dr: Dodd's experiences in Agency : ;
MONDAY Ga. and SP/4 John Mack New-]I County for the past 40 __ _. >-7'-- : : : ;: .- .___ __ _. '
THROUGH THURSDAY being duped into membershipby
years. He was a retired farmer -
some and SP/4 James Spa.rk I the Communist how ehe

: OPEN 7:00 P. M. .- SHOW STARTS 7:30 of Fort Benning: spent .the and a member of the Baptist finally realized her mistake, PHONE 961-0121 of 31 Banks: of the Florida National Group

: .. FRI. SA'T.' weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Church. and withdrew from the partyto 131 S. Walnut St. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
3:30
II 1 :00 SUN. 2:00 Jesse Newsome. John Mack Surviving are his wife, An- devote much, of her time to ,,

left Monday for Fort Hauchucha nie Magyar Hardenbrook; i m -

FRIDAY, SATURDAY FEB. 8, 9 Ariz for ten weeks as two daughters Miss Helen '

i signment.Miss Hardenbrook and Mrs. Thomas I Ii
.. .
I ... Double Feature ProgramS Linda Kay Sale of FSU O'Brien both 'of Starke; four i' ,

? was home for the weelc end. sons, Charles J., Billy Rand, I' r.-- ,LJ ; .

,_c.c.MI Mrs. Jim :Moore and childrenof Tommy J. Hardenbrook all '.. : .

( Jacksonville were"v13"iting of Starke, and Edward L. l (1)(1": ; # ? 1 I'11 <

Mr. and :Mrs. Jesse Newsome Hardenbrook, J a c ksonville; I 1'j i" '.' .. ,
I on Tuesday. two brothers Norman and ,I I : 'WI' $r" .ro.;, -:

Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs. Isiah Hardenbrook, both of;i 6J .
'ji
J. B. Sapp were in Winter Jacksonville; and seven grand-: ;.ffr !/ i -4 1 .
4 ,
children. ,
; Haven Sunday visiting Bud i '1II!} : ') I 1

Underbill who was celebratinghis Funeral services .were heki) \ .' .. .' .' ,
'
.. 89th birthday at the homeof at 2 pjn. Wednesday in the: i\US\iV .

INDESTRUCTIBLE! 1i his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones Chapel jtfth \\0\ d ( : ,

: What was this BEAST Bill Carter. Rev. Curtis Harris officiating. ,1. ttiSj : I .0 'i .

horn fifty million j Bud Lawson has accepted a Burial was in Peoria Ceme-

: clerical job at the Sheraton tery in Clay County. J '. I /, : '
years out of time? '.- : I j
S ,, Park Hold in Washington, D. I Aj"1' 1 '::111i \ ... ,
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I
I Mrs. Sapp 96 '" N' <"
C.Mr. i Y i ,, 1 J4. Wi;: ,E 8f1
/ Hot"'n' 1 jj
S I and :Mrs. A. D. Crosby ,-.- A If.: "'" .
PLUS '- i/BJ '' > ,
I f ; .Jll
SuccumbsIn .t
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and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch r'r" 1stZ 1:0. ; 'I. : ,
'
the Golden [ ... ." c. .. '::: .
LANDMARK bF attended Wedding JacksonvilleMrs. J $<- t. ; ., t; ,

; ADVENTURE! anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. ,. ..... v'lil'f. ." } J'. f1 I "

I .. Sunday.Mr.R. D. .Crosby at Perry last Georgiann Sapp 96,; ...:j.I It l J j j J } 1'4. --a'ii !:! _i; ., ti Illl-. Ii .'
.11II A. died Monday afternoon at the : I .. -
: and Mrs. James Garofoloand ." ..' ( r ,.. ( ,fI I .f I'. A
home of her son, Everett E.j i .:;; ''I Ij' .
Mrs. Joe Ricupero of Du- J, ) t }': I I/o f "
: -.phAoe! TECHNICOLOR' Burney, in Jacksonville after. '. 'I I I '; t .
HvHH.'UIIlDlJiRIS1S! Bois, Pa. spent last Tuesdayto ;, II'I li'Jj': ''I: .,
a -------_-- j.__ __-- an illness of several weeks. : 1 II t.. j
: Added-"WILLIE THE Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. She was born in Redland Ga. .
KID"-Cartoon
.. Henry Stefanelli. I and had lived in Bradford '

Miss Linda Wasdin of the County for 75 I ... -: .! ".. J
years. most of : .: .
,
SUN., MON., TUES.-FEB. 10, 11 12 University of Florida was home) the time in Lawtey. She wasa :I 01, "Ii".rlj"' .. FJ, :' H. ; 1: .
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for 7.
the weekend. I
member of the Advent : i .
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Iii'
: Members from the Starke Christian Church. I I j .

BPW club attending the District Besides her :
son she is survived -
at the Ponce de I- '-u; ... _
I meeting !! by one step-daughter. / I I I f. #'4 J '.'"' : .J7 .
I a r l i4 (. Leon Hotel in St. Augustine Mrs. Ella Haislop, and two '- : .if; C' 'i- '' "c''l. -' .' F' .
D Sunday were: Desta Dyal Del- : I .J : z-'
:
: pHrBJ stepsons, William and Jake 1 T. f ..1 w' .. \i" ;;
la Rosenberg Bea Farber Ida I .
all '
Ll Sapp, of Starke; a brother, !J. .

D3 '' I Mae Shaw. Pauline Torode Will Burney of Starke; six :' Jr:; ,,, )It. f j :. r j rI
Madge Middleton. :Mildred ,C i j : I. .
I
BoB grandchildren. 15 great grandchildren J 1 ,J : r.. 'J = ;
.. p; '" J t j. t j '! J 1 I
Doyle, Margaret Brown, Pansyi and six great-great.. I No;".. !. ..:.i".: .E$ J I .
Quigley and Dorothy Milber-' .. 9"" .' 1.\ ) d ; } ? 'Yo /.1.
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grandchildren.Funeral J -'rt r"i- .
:; .
Mrs. !Milberger was elected ;;; .
.. ger. services heldat S : II ( I' ; r .
were 'J "1' >": : ,
district recording secretary.Mr. 3:30 pjn. Wednesday at of ;, 'to "" 'J '

.. and Mrs. C. A. Sanbornand the graveside in Kingsley ...< f. '. :at' < .*f .' .It! ;

R. M. Wood of Lake Worthare J ,
Lake Cemetery with Rev. ; ; J .tj i t j. r'
'* spending Thursday to Sun-! > ;
Joyce K. Thomas and Rev. I.
day with Mr. and Mrs. Harry ., !. ij' i. r l
.
Clyde Shepard both of Gainesville : i'' gj' 'f
..I. .
Mooty. Mr. Sandborn and Mr. .11 f- ,

.. h4M.jit Wood will attend the stampcollector's .of Lawtey, and officiating.Rev. A. E.,Massey Arrangements ..i5', .,." 11 t, ;fi, '. : it /I// / I. :;!,i 111 j J i j' l' .

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convention in Ocala .
.. were in charge- of ; 1 ; II 1' -0:
on Friday and Saturday. i Hardage & sons Northside I' j' 'I'i B1WC 0
(
I ; fans i III : 4lt ,
To.m.and Jeny In Hollywood Bowl"-Cartoc[In Mr. and Mrs. Comer Ferryman Funeral Home in Jacksonville. 'Yfj] ,%. .i; l p'CJY e :

II -- .- of Jacksonville were visit- ... iii JIJ.ifA 1I1 .
:
WED., THURS.-FEB. 13, 14i Ferryman ing Judge Saturday.Mrs. and Mrs.. E. K. Mrs. Carrie Norman,: l f : : i J.t r .

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t : --' ii ..___ Elden Mathews and 76, Of LawteyMrs.
_
.
Q daughter, Cookie, will to
go

: CARROll_ BAKER and S.SIIOCK BfterSHOOK... the University of Georgia At- Carrie Phillips Norman' .. 11 I J't if/ :. -.
j
j : -- hens, Ga this weekend where 76, of Route 1, Lawtey, died .. r.ll: : '.:.> ;: 1l :. ., I .ffiktl''
: Cookie will try out as major :Monday. She was the widow of .1 -' .- \ '
"
ette with the band.' They will I the late J. S. Buddy) Norman.,: : ", ""_

: I a L.t ___ also visit Mr. Mathews'>> parents -I She is survived- by four:; I II! I t., '1' : 1 'prf1rffili i 'Inl} ;.' .

in Cordele, Ga. :daughters, Mrs. Lois Carter,: I I t.t: ; f.rm.;): : r.rJ': : .- fQ ,
, ... ..
: Mrs. Carrie Ritch: and Miss and Mrs, Gladys Carter, both: i'l'''''"ll.J" !! ;;' j .;.:u.. .;t J. ro .1.r.Hf1... ; r' : l: .

; i I' Annie Darby were in Jack of Lawtey: Mrs. Myrtle Gas- : f I." t !fd1 :\' m "t; ... RECi $17. O .
kins, Starke : .
sonVille last Wednesday to and (Mrs. .Mamie ,, t 4
I <';"1': 11' .' :; rj .J : if.1
.1 .. .,, :.. .
Sunday visiting Mrs. Thelma Aguiar, Jacksonville; three : w ';> '
I .0:1' : v t ,
:
t ; i "ip; 'r.It.r. .ii.tirN'1) "
Mendoza and Miss Gloria.sons 0. J.. T. I.. and Howard. ,, : ':; ;' I" ",: v' :4of ".'I I''' ,jIj.. ....
S c ___ Johns. ;Norman all of Lawtey; three
tj j : t '. ,_ Hallie Seymour; and Ray f sisters, Mrs. W. H. Norman .

I. _ Byrd of U. of F.,, and Douglas and Miss. Debbie Phillips, Jacksonville ,

f ',Seymour! of Jacksonville University ; and :Mrs W. N. Cox "It's A Fact You Can _- ,''

p spent Sic weekend with Miami; 24 grandchildren, and

i. : _! 4 p.. 1 tehemiss.4 bj adults! Mr and Airs. J. D. Seymour.Mrs. 27 greatgrandchildren.Funeral 1 DoBetterct" Denmark Furniture Co. -

TOO$HOCKI Gladys Canova of services were held at

1. I : kr to be by ,jGaineavffl. visited Mrs. Gladys. 2:30: p. In. Wednesday in North-: l.'H"\ :
Harrington Saturday. side Baptist Church with burl-, *' '
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: RAtPH MKR' -' as1gJ l'-f.Xz&IEL..Rtaj Mrs. Blake Sawyer and :Mrs. al in .Dy&l; Cemetery Key-M. PHONE 964-4321 OF STARKE .

If): II i 1-'luI John t>Dominey of" Sanford were;Cabe Funeral Home of Jacksonville .3 "1J1444VeSt Call Street .
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: Phi "THE MILKY WAV'-rtoo visitingMrs.; Eugene Williams was in charge of arrangements. ,. ....,

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, THURSDAY. FEB. 7, 1963 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE TImE
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I Double Wedding I WSCS Circles I Two PTA Groups Woman Club Loraine DeCaro tions were ditched at the first to be a. tie vote.

I meeting in January 1961, Mrs. I In making his motion to
I Unites Couples i Met This WeekCircle Hear Well Known To Hear Textbook Feted At Dance I Jessie Chastain was the only change the priority, Commis-

I From Starke ''I Jurist Speak"Faith Shortage AiredThe On Birthday holdover member on the II sioner Roberts said he was
One of the First I board. The new members were convinced the Morgan Road

Miss Jo Ann Mobley, I Methodist Church WSCS met ;I in our American critical textbook short- Loraine DeCaro celebratedher Mrs. E. L. Crawford, Hogan I should come first, and gave

I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.j I' Tuesday morning at the horns Heritage" was the theme ofa age in the schools will be the sixteenth birthday Satur- Smith. Russell Green, and the following reasons for his
f GLADYS MOOTY PHGUVE 964-Ottl I of Mrs. H. C. Ritch with Mrs.
! L. Mobley of Starke became joint meeting of the Starke program topic dicussed by L." day evening when her grand- Carl Prevatt. actions:
the bride of Mike De Canio. ;' L. D. Vining as co-hostess. | Elementary and Southside H. Gibson General Super- ', parents, Mr. and Mrs. Silvio Smith soon resigned from 1. The Morgan Road con-

\ BP\V Sponsoring t TWh fc*"* a a*.*.. -._ ", son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul'' The program was presented''' Elementary PTA's in the visor of Instruction, and Mrs. Spinazzola, gave a party for the board and was succeededby nects two main highways 301

f. Buren. also of Starke in a I by Mrs. Carl' Minx. I' Starke Elementary Cafetor- R. F. Demorest, Elementary !i her at the Starke Woman' I Jerome Johns. Mrs. Craw-j I|: and 161.]
afternoon
Circle Two met Monday -
Toastmistress
.l double wedding ceremony with ium Tuesday night. Supervisor of Instruction, at Club. I ford was not a candidate for I L I 2. It serves a more thickly
at Lake
the Kingsley }
Club Meeting Miss Mobley's brother. Phillip | The public was invited to the Starke Woman's Club I The auditorium was decor re-election and she was succeeded i populated area than the other -
home of Mrs. Pauline Torod
and Miss Mari Anne Georges, i The program topic, "You AreA !, attend, and a large group was meeting, next Wednesday afternoon ated for the occasion with I in January by George i road.

..I An open meeting will be daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ch. !' Missionary, Too," was pre-I on hand to hear Judge Ma- at 3:30 o'clock at the | several arrangements of arti- ] W. Roberts Jr. 3. The Morgan Road is in

held at 7:30: p.m. Friday, Feb. L. Georges of Gelnhausen, j i sented by Mrs. J. J. rion S. Gooding of Jackson- club house. I ficial flowers and centeringthe worse condition and presents

15, in the Methodist Recrea- o Germany.The i and Miss Kate Struth. I ville ,speak on the problems j i .Hostesses for the afternoonwill I stage was a handsome bas a more serious maintenance

t tion Center for all women in- double ring wedding !I Circle Three met Wednes-I'i, and prevention of juvenile de- be: Mrs. J. A. Griffin, ket arrangement of yellow j Money Available problem to the county than

>erested in organizing a Toast- 2 I Ia ceremony was solemnized inI day morning at the home off I linquency.Rev. chairman, Mrs. Charles cattails and fern. The : the other road.

mistress Club in Bradford the home of Mr. and Mrs. J'I, Mrs. George Huggins. I John R. Brabham, Mrs. K. G. Duncan DarbY\\ refreshment table in the sun- f

County. W. Peoples of Kingsland, Ga. ': Circle Four met at the,I',, president of Starke Elemen- win Williams Mrs. T. B. Hard- I room was covered with a white I For Co. PavingContinued New Golf Pro

The meeting is sponsored by on December 25. The home was home of :Mrs. H. H. Adams tary PTA presided at the ing, Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy I linen cutwork cloth and cen- Reports For Work
the Starke Business & Pro- artistically decorated with : Tuesday morning. Mrs. Eu- meeting and introduced Mrs.J. .I I. Mrs. D. P. Hardy Mrs. C. tered with an arrangement of'i!' ,
holiday flowers and decora- i T. Prevatt Jr., president of A'j [ From Page 1]
,
fessional Women's Club as a gene Williams presided in the Knight, Mrs. W. B. yellow gladioli and pompoms. [Continued From Page One 1
tions for the Christmas wed- I Southside Elementary PTA I I'
community project and Miss absence of Mrs. S. G. Den- Mrs. G. J. McGriff Sr., Mrs. j Approximately 50 teenagers Roberts and Johns challenge ;
Delia is serving as ding. Those attending this delightful and J. C. Hobbs, principal of 18 hole tourney played on
Rosenberg mark, and the program was Arlen Mc Knight. Mrs. Arthur I enjoyed dancing and refreshments I ed Mrs. Chastain's vote. Since i an

chairman of the committeefor affair were members i!' presented by Mrs. John A.I'I'ITOl'ode. Southside.A McRae Mrs. Jesse Newsome,' during the party hours she was presiding as chair- i' a handicap basis, Woods said.
that of the immediate families. devotional on citizenshipwas The new pro came to Starke
group. Mrs. Maurice Wingate, Mrs., eight to twelve o'clock. man, they were of the opinionshe
this I Miss Mobley chose for her i I given by Rev. W. H.
The guest speaker for ] from Jessup Georgia wherehe
Circle Five met Tuesday W. H. Nollman. Mrs. E. K. Assisting in serving were' should not vote except in
first meeting will be Mrs. Ma- wedding a one-piece white'! Grady, who was introducedby I I held a similar position at
morning at the home of Mrs. r Perryman and Mrs. S. L. the honoree's mother. Mrs. order to break a tie. Withouther
rie Volp of Jacksonville. She wool sheath dress with silver:, 1 Mrs. J. L. Andrews meditation the club there. He
Don Hardenbrook. The pro- Peek Jr.WHAT Margie DeCaro, Mrs. George vote the motion to change country
is a past president of the accessories. Her only ornament -i gram was presented by Mrs. I IRobel.t chairman.Mrs. I Kaufmann. and Mrs. Freeman priority would have carried. and his family a wife and
crest Toastmistress sea-j'HarleyBestederEngagement was a pearl teardrop i W. H. Hart program three children, presently
I II Green and Mrs. Eston Register Jr. I are
chain necklace, a gift from I chairman, introduced all the Attorney George Pierce was
first at Lake
Jacksonville and was the i I Jordan. I staying Kingsley un-
ToldMr. the bridegroom. past presidents of both PTA I\ called to the meeting and up-
chairman of Council No. 7 of I Circle Six met Monday afternoon I WHEN I til housing can be found in
Miss dress also of ;; held the interpretation of Roberts -
I Georges' groups and presented each New Courthouse i
which local will bea Starke.
a group at the home of Mrs.L. .
and Mrs. Daniel Biggs : and Johns. The com-
member, if organized. She white was a two-piece high- with a corsage. The past pres-
I D. Green with Mrs. Bertha AND WHEREFeb.
Harley announce the mission adjourned Tuesday afternoon -
: engageI I lighted with silver threads. idents were seated together at :
is now Membership and Stabilization Pearce in the absence i 'Brooker ElectionSet
presiding
I I, ment of their daughter, Elaine She wore brown accessories. i, the officer's table., thinking the priority'had
Chairman of CouncilNo. I i I '
to Richard Corey Bes- the in of Mrs. Ethel Lowell. Topic Againi been changed, but Pierce'
7 and is well qualified to I Following ceremony ,I Mrs. C. D. Minx introduced Next TuesdayBrooker's
I, The devotion was given by
teder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Corey Kingsland the wedding party; Judge Gooding, Judge of the 11 contacted Clerk Charles Dar-
assist in an organizational, C. Besteder of Dallas Pa. : Mrs. J. F. Hunt, and the program Bradford Band Boosters, 8:00: :Continued from Page One] :
i returned to Starke for the reception -] Fourth Judicial Circuit in Du- by Wednesday, stating that regular town elec-
meeting. I Miss Harley is a 1962 grad- which was held in the I I presented by Mrs. A. F. val County. For six years prior p. m. band hall. further study convinced him, tion will be held Tuesday, Feb.
Any further informationmay Sauls and Mrs. John Brab part of his space to the County -
uate of Bradford County High : home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. I to his becoming Circuit Judge. Little Women's Club, 7:30: I the chairman had a right to marshall,
,
12, with a
be obtained from ham. : Judge but this suggestionwas I mayor
any I School and is a freshman at Mobley.Mrs. I II Judge Gooding was Judge of p.m. club house. I vote on all motions, and not'' and three councilmen to be
refused.
member of the Starke BPW Refreshments servedby flatly
i Johnson Bible College in Kim- I De Canio is a graduateof were the Juvenile Court in Duval I Beta Sigma Phi sorority just in case of a tie. I
the hostesses of all circles. .. In addition to the space elected. All candidates are un
Club, and all
interested
women -
berlin Heights, Term. BHS and is now employedat I County. During those six years meeting. 8 p.m. shortage, the location of the With this opinion from I opposed.

are urged to attend this I Mr. Besteder graduated from the University of Floridain St. Mark's Women he came in contact with more Feb. 12 courthouse on heavily truck- Pierce, the matter appeared to I The following names will

meeting. Dallas High School in 1959, Gainesville as secretary for than 52,000 juveniles. i Wesleyan Service G ui 1 d travelled U.s. 301 is deemed be still "up in the air" and appear on the ballot:

I and is a senior at Johnson the personnel office. Mr. De Plan Lenten Judge Gooding stated that: meeting. 7:30 p.m. unsuitable by court officials I will likely come to a show- j i For Mayor: M. O- Harrell.

Senior CitizensTo Bible College.An canto is employed with the moral and spiritual trainingof Feb. 13 who must frequently Interrupt I down at a special meeting of I

Met TuesdayThe April wedding is plan- Bradford Furniture Co. in ActivitiesThe children by parents in the Starke Woman's Club meeting trials and other court pro- I! the board set for Feb. 19. If ; For For Councilmen Marshall: Victor: J. R.Jones.Mott,

ned. Starke. home is. the best method of 3:30: pm. club house. ceedings because noise from Chairman Prevatt is able to :, Harrell, and Terry Mc.
Woman's Auxiliary of I Guy
Senior Citizens will Mrs. Mobley came to Starke preventing delinquency. He Altar Society 7:30: pjn. Par- trucks drowns out the voicesof attend this meeting, he will : David.
St. Mark's Church
meet Tuesday night, Feb. 12. Altar SocietySt. last December from Gelnhausen met Monday Episcopal night at 7:30: said that all the responsibility ish Hall. witnesses. have the opportunity to break'' For City Clerk: Iva Douglas.
I at 7:30: in the Women's Club.A Germany. She is a 1957 of. rearing children .belongs When courthouse negotia- what would otherwise appear
o'clock in the house
of Phillip Reis Schule parish to the parents, and that
program has been plan- Edward's Altar Society graduate I
with Mrs. James Blackshearas I
of Gelnhausen after which the worst cases of juvenile
ned by the social committeeand J
will meet Wednesday, Feb. 13, hostess. I
she attended the business college I delinquency come from over-
all members should at- I I
at 8 in the parish hall.
pm. The president, Mrs. Clyde
tend. Handesschule Kientzler.Mr. privileged homes. Ninety-five "
Terwillegar, conducted the I
All persons 50 years of age Beta Sigma Phi Mobley is a 1959 grad business session and urged all per cent of the children who I II I "EXTRA"You'll
and over who would like to uate of BHS and has recently appear before him come from I
women to make the annual
join the club should attend Beta Sigma Phi sororitywill returned home from serving homes where parental drink-
I i turkey dinner on Thursday,
this meeting. with the U.S. Army ing is a problem.P. .
overseas I
meet at 8
Monday,
p.m. i iI Feb. 7, a success. Dinner will
> I Feb. 11, at the home of Mrs. Military Police stationed in T. Nolin[ principal of
be served from 5 to 8 pan.
Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at I Dorothy Failing on Westmore Germany. in the parish house and persons Starke Elementary announced Be Seeing Double At Mitchell's During Our
Both making that a series of educational I
Bradford couples are
County Telegraph. land St.Remember desiring "take-out" din-
in Starke.Shipwreck classes in reading and writingfor I
home
their
ners will also be accommodated. -
adults 'will begin on Feb. :,

1100\\\ yo, u WIS"lS" o PartyAt Mrs.. Jeanette Kincaid, Mrs.I Elementary 18 at 6 o'clock cafetorium.in the.Starke Clas-;,'

.r..A BlS1 1\t Loudon HomeA H. A. Bishop Jr., and Mrs. ses for both white and nonwhite -: BONUS SIIMP DAYS

!I Terwillegar reported on the j may; be organized any- '; 9 .9
the
i teenage "shipwreck" par- 120th annual council of where .in the county. '

That Special Occasion With : ty was held at the Arthur Diocese of Florida and the .'J'h" second grade children'i|i

Loudon home last Saturday 73rd annual meeting of the sang several patriotic c''songs ,

FLOWERS from \ evening given by Harriett Episcopal Churchwomen o f under: ,the direction of Mrs. L.I FRIDAY, FEB. 8 .- THRU SATURDAY, FEB. 16

Loudon Betsy Matthews, Ger- Florida at St. Johns Churchin A., Canova and refreshments i
Mooty, Margie Dowling, Tallahassee, Jan. 30, 31, "
ry were,. served by .both PTAgroups. ,| We Won't Complicate
Hardy, and Jackie Hin- and Feb. 1. n It's Simple!
\ Jayne .
i i Our Offer With Rules PRESCRIPTBONSAi !
COLONIAL FLORIST Mrs. T. G. Ritch and Mrs.
i iI es.The Loudon carport was George Winkler will have Stefanelli-Vincent And Regulations. YouDon't During The Next 9 Days

I I| decorated in the "shipwreck"theme I charge of the altar at St. ,I Have To Buy A WE WILLDOUBLE
Starke's Oldest Florist and only !I' using blue and white Mark's during March. Mrs Plans Are ToldMiss Certain Amount To Par-
I I I
F1 LLED.z
F. T. D. Member. j II crepe paper streamers, colored, Kincaid. chairman of the Department i ticipate, You Don't Even .
!'I, balloons, and island drawings of Christian Living, Judy Vincent. daughter' Need A Coupon h'
on the walls. will have charge of the Episco- of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Vin- r "

'.FLOWERS WIRED ANYWHERE-WORLDWIDE \I The 20 teenagers enjoyed pal participation in the World cent of Paducah, Ky., has Shop As Usual The Number Of S & H

Phone 964-6291 506 E. Nona St. \ games, dancing, and refreshments Day of Prayer to be held at completed plans for her mar- BUT RECEIVE Green Stamps You Get

DOT BAGWELL, Manager ,i during the party hours, 10 a.m. on March 1 at the riage to -Raymond D. Stefan-'i For All Cash PurchasesOF

I 6:30: to 11 o'clock. (Presbyterian Church in elli, son of Mr. and Mrs. : DOUBLE
I Starke. Henry Stafanelli of Starke. :

Mrs. H. C. Brown and Mrs. The double-ring ceremony' New RefillPrescriptions
1 Ritch will be hostesses to the will be solemnized by the : AMOUNT OF or
'WORTH'S 0 F
auxiliary for the March meet- Rev. Father MattinglY, or 1 J
FLORIDAFormerly ing. The first covered dish j Saturday morning Feb. 9, at e4> # tIG

( Robbins) / iI Lenten supper will be held 10 o'clock in Saint John' or

I Friday. March 1, at 6:30: p.m. Catholic Church, Highway 45,; Any Item In
}
Paducah, Ky. EEN.k1i
in the parish house with Mrs
Bess Burns and Mis. Terwil-' Nuptial music will be pre I GREENSTAMPS The Store

legar as hostesses; March 8, sented.by Miss Barbara Wurth. ci sJ

Mrs. Bishop and Mrs. Burns organist of the church. Albert'' JV'* Except Fountain Or I

and Mrs. Terwillegar as host- Stefanelli will serve hi:? : WE DELIVER JUST CALL 969-1431 Tobacco Items
brother as best man. Joe Rex- '
esses; March 8, Mrs. Bishop ,
roat and Jim Long, fraternity
and Mrs. W. H. Graham;
I \ March 15, Mrs. R. E. Mac- brothers will serve as ushers : SPECIALS EXTRA "f
\ Blain and Mrs. Walter Rich- Miss Vincent has chosen as I I !
I her maid of honor. Miss Elis- :
ardson. Other hostesses will
be announced at a later date. sa Stefanelli, sister of the $18.95 Electric Blankets $13.95 YOU SAW IT ON T. V. YOU'LL FIND IT

The Valentine theme was groom and Mrs. Randal Hen- 25c 5 Hole Filler Paper 2 for 25c AT MITCH ELLS
ENTIRE STOCK OF I used in decorating the parish son as bridesmaid. REV E LON'S
k ti house with a variety of camellias A reception will be held at ;, 100 Multi Vitamin Tablets 1.98

and pear blossoms. the home of the brid; immediately 9.95 Pole I Lamp . $6.66 $8.00 ETERNA $4.50 MOON DROPS '
: I Valentine cakes mints and after the ceremony. NOW $6.00CONTEMPERA NOW
afi I $3.00SCULPTURA
Ladies Skirts assorted nuts were served with All. friends and relatives of Heat Lamp With Stand $3.98 $2.50 $1.75
the couple'are invited to attend. -
I coffee by the hostess. : Electric Vibrator $4.95 HELENA
RUBINSTEIN'SULTRA
Mobley Home Plastic Garment Bag - $1.49

!Scene Of Party ,:I Esterbrook Cartridge and,I II Free Box Of Tissue . 69c FEMININE CREAM $6.00 Size $3.75 I
VALUES : : I t :
Fountain Pens $1.95 $%.95 -! With
Purchase! Of 1 Rexal Tooth Brush
781 :For Mrs. Miller $3.95 at The TELEGRAPH. : $8.75 Skin Dew $5.00 I Fashion Stick $1.50 :

UP TO 181 I I

I Mr. and :Mrs. W. L. Mobley TLiiiA

$5.99 of Starke feted Mrs. Mobley's I
I II
I mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Par- 1 I, WHEN CHOOSING A GIFT FOR YOUR VALENTINE :
I ham Miller of Altha. with a ,
1 birthday dinner and family i
I I t BE FRIVILOUS I
ALL MEN'S J I re-union party at their homei BE PRACTICAL I

i i Sunday honoring her 70th : PERFUME_COLOGNE TOILET WATER i -HAIRDRYER VIBRATOR STATIONERY t I
I. - .
birthday anniversary. i : HEAR..G8LAISES Beautifully Boxed -- -

All of Mrs. Miller's six;I = Candy Hearn .. 35c to $5.95 VALENTINE CARDS 'special Someone
I1 children were present for this :
delightful affair. Joining Mrs. tSHOvfy --
;'FeaberweJitt COmb't
Ii. I weaters Mobley in celebrating their ,Seethe Eadlttg MN I
'mother's birthday were Mrs.
COFFEE 4e
Coy Hamm of Winter Haven I : MAIC'O. DO-NUTS 5C
-
Mrs. J. H. Pilcher of Grand

Ridge. Mrs. W. E. WaldroffJr. A Hearing Aid Consultant
I ;
1 SLIP-OVERS COAT STYLE ALL COLORS
,
of Panama City C. A. From FRESH
FRESH

4HALF Johns Parham.both and of Mrs.Starke.Freeman MAICO HEARING SODA
I Strawberry 13c SUNDAE
t Strawberry
a 16c
PRICEWORTH' This was the first time in ,' :,
22 years that Mrs. Miller and SERVICE

all of her children have been

together. There were 44 present I I Jacksonville, Fla. will give CIGARETTES we otv.k--

to help celebrate this special :j!FREE hearing tests and detnI -

's OF FLORIDAFORMERLY occasion. Among them]I' castrations Friday, Feb. 8th REG. OR EKING 'ou're Dollars ahead with from i

'were four generations of the,: at I
ROBBINS
( ) family including 13 of her
j
151
grandchildren and nine of her I J! Koch's rug Store 24': MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE '

12 greatgrandchildren.Mrs. A s
Where Your Dollars Are WORTH More : Miller received many, Starke. fla.

.'lovely I gifts on this occasion. ': .
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGBATO, STAKKE FLORIDA THURSDAY FEB. 7. 1963
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report their best catch was a -; '"' -p- - Mrs. Earl Dobbs, for the weekend YY VYYyVVVyyyyyyyyyyYV'fl'Y'T7yyyyyTyyyyyyyyyy' homestead to. be exempt from Knj ht" plaintiffs .attorney newspaper of general oir,'ula*
channel cat measiuring 22'/a j ,. while! .their parents ': the lien of the judgments luKT herein tfliase address is: P. 0. tionSvithln! said countvVIT.VESS -
NEV% RIVER visit'N OF INTEREST TO COLORED by you and the other n.tll..iddf'ndants r Drawer V: Clarke, Florida, ou : S \ tn>- hand as Clerk,
inches in
; length. -RAIFORD I f ed L. J. MikelTs father, who against the said or. before said da o was .required 'I and the sea.1 of said <_'<>urt atitark.
Mrs. R. L. Black was home' is ill in Orlando. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Joseph D. Warren. by the: laws of Florida and the I' J3rad.wd Count) Kim
I : You are hereby summoned- Florida Rules of Civil Proce- ida. this 2S day: ; d January. t'U.! ;
By sick two days last week. ....-.... A lovely reception held : I \I
was ; CHARLES A DARBY
-- -- Roy Turner I ', -- -- -' .5 ordered and required to file dure. 1C you fall to do .,ilO a de-1
Mrs. Richard Jones and son I in the home of Mrs.; Lawtey (By Elizabeth Gireos : ;jour written answer or defensesto I the Pro oonfasso will be entered As Clerk of the fUn-un. mirt
: &AAAAAAAAAAAA1AAAAAA4&A of Macclenny were weekend G. B. Reddish and son of Crews Sunday afternoon in the oomplamt: and amended I I I against you for the relief demanded -I| of Bradford C'>unt\ Florida,
the : (CIRCUIT COURT 8EALiHOL.US
A&ALAAAAA4LA4AAAAAALLALAL4A&AA&A1AA.t&.AA. complaintIth the Clerk of said I I in complaint
I Here we go again with a guests of Ralph and Loretta Jacksonville spent Sunday celebration of their 25th --------- I .Circuit Court in the County I| It is hereby ordered that'thi,; J JI V_ KNIGHT(
Merritt. : with their aunt, Mrs. .Bessie school News Court house; at Starke. Florida, I I I Notice shall he published once P O. Drawer F
try at getting the New Hirer wedding anniversary. Many. pDear .m. Come and support .. Florida
t your I, on or before February !S. 196 ;. :u'h week for four ('onseeutiVeiteh i Starke.
I ...... news in The Telegiapn each Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Hall of j' Sapp. friends called to congratulate: Parent: pros._ i, and to ;e a copy of siuh: answer : ia The Uradford Count i iI Attorney fut Plaintiff
: week. Now that I. have,a telephone -, High Springs were visiting. Lacy Cason of Madison vis- them and they received many The school records of your i or defenses upon Hollls \1 I I Tel..graph, a duly qualified 1-31 4t 2-21
.the R. L. last week. : ted his brother's family Wednesday : t.TIlE (.IIUTI'I' corny or I I
I it will be so easy for Blacks 'nice gifts. The guests were' :son and daughter have been TlIK KHiHTil JIUUItLi I ,
: each of you with a phone to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shiver and later visited his : served some of the beautiful th eced. If you shO receive cine i IT OP rLOKin\ i.\
and of Gainesville were'' brother, Joe Cason in Bradford AM: KOH IIRlUroitll (''or ,
I call Hyatt 64260nd.g1ve me sons four-tiered wedding cake, a letter stating that a course T\. '1\: CHMKIIV.: FLORIDA PEST CONTROL
I any news items that you have weekend guests .0 f Mrs. Nan i County Hospital. s sandwiches and punch. At or courses have been failed at'' rb": \o. 13-UW.

I I or know alout. And please let Merritt and Ralph and La- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Witheyof the close of the evening, Bro. the end of the first'semester, 1lt PhleU: : Adoption t>t
j Jojcf Waierliouse. .
: .,us., have this information by"noon retta. High Springs visited her Angus Lawson: of Johnstown it is necessary that a passing A Minor '
t q. Monday $09 can get it The rebuilding of State Road parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Baptist Church of Johnstown grade be received by the end "HUGH OP PfULICTIOV (?

t : in Monday mail. It has to be ; 100 from Starke to New River;) Wade Sunday afternoon. i for many more happy anni- : of the year, if the student is TO-AMl:'Beatrice:MTICK ftiovutVaterlionse: TO I1KFK\1: > _

I in the Telegraph office b, seemed to be progressing very Mr. and Mrs. Willie Reds' aries. to pass the course or grade. 5151 Jefferson Street, Houston

.t'. Tuesday, i well until this heavy rain :, dish of Lawtey were Wednes- :, Mr. ;and Mrs. Don Newmans This information is being !::,Vou T 1az are;, hereby nutified that

I When I was writing this .: started, but think it has': day evening dinner guests of of Bayless Hiway community'' given so that you will clearly'! a petitfim has! l.pen filed in the
blown down and their sister, Mrs. Bessie Sapp. alollstH..d Court by Ashley
really now visited her parents, Mr. and understand what work to
I .. j was
Elnood
before Brown,
news Jr. and
so his
I many people : : wife
: have been told it is t Herman and Bill Sapp spent
I in different of the we very Mrs. Earl Dobbs, several days be completed this year. This I Aatherlena MrOall Brown fur
parts
and about Sunday afternoon in Jacksonville the adoption of Shiela
rough impassable last week. should help to eliminate last: i Joyce
: county told me how pleased j' W at rhutise. and you are he'ieby .
now. In fact, they had to close I with their -brother; Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Roy demons minute worries
I they were to read the New Ri- : ? concerning ; required to serve a cory of
it entjrejy to traffic Monday t Sapp, and family. of your answer nr objections S
I i Jr. Heilbronn Springs were credits for graduation or theie L'S 5
: : 'ver Items. So.let's all co-oper-1: Heard that the M. W. Campbell I, Mr. and Mrs. Marjell Dobbs Friday night supper guests of motion. pro I to, upon Thenm .\. Yawn, Jrpetitioner' -
aU kI
whose v
I i ate-and g4 this news in the rn..y
'I I children have had chicken and children of Marcus Hook }Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs.GRAHAM. Please take time to visit : mailing address is: Pot Office Caladium
: paper each week.) pox..and.it has lasted for'' Pa..,- who have been spendingsome your school. The Drawer :3*", Ptarke. Florida,
: I school personnel a nil to file the
MrsI.. M. Anderson and '!'weeks only two at time with his parents original thereof
as one or is always available' to i in the office of the Clerk of the
children of Deland are visiting :, 4 time had them. A total of > left Tuesday night to visit ; discuss any problems Circuit L Court of Bradford County. .
concerning .
: friends and relatives here i I .five were out with them. i( her parents. Mr. and Mra. I J your child's program. i 1. 1ffil Florida! : or on nthCTwiot'or ttfnre! M.iivh showraii.Je

: Airs. J. T. Hammock and: Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Black Agner in Madison. I -Eddie: Thompkins on or before sai.1 date wh
By Richard Cain rincipaItgers said ,
tit ion b.t '
IK: should
: daughter of Jacksonville; ar.e i iI an.4 tyr$, Albert Moody were Mrs. Alma Johns of Jack- 1 T Lose Two Games ,:Ta ntt'd. not :
t
in Gainesville sonville, and little grandson I'. ...A.A.A AA.. Aj 'I
I visiting) Mrs. Nan Merritt. on business i, To Mehane Cagers Herein fail not or a decree
I .. Marie : > of Gainesville, and Mrs. Bell : pro ronfcs.- wilt bt' entered
"' Banks celebrated her Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones The Tigers of RJE dropped]I against rOll for the relief requested ,
: birthday last week going toi i i Hear that Troy Dukes is'i Addison: of Jacksonville were : had as supper guests Wednes- two games during the past in the petition. if

."Cleveland Tenn.. to visit her I i I somewhat improved at this Friday dinner guests of Mr. day night of last week Mr. 'S week to Mebane's ,Green Hor- I onre This each Order week shall for he four published conse I' Mixed Colors
-
I 'parents and ,family. !| time, and we all wish for him ,, and Mrs. E. W. Tompkins. : and Mrs. L. Strickland of nets. I|I entire wreks in the Bradford

I Ralph Merritt, Harold Shiver ,I a speedy recovery. I Airs. Bessie Sapp had as1 I 1 Winter Haven and J. B. Strick- Wednesday night of last of County Telegraph, a newspaper .
!)| KTfieral circulation within 39c
and sons went fishing in Mr. ana Mrs. Craig Woods guests last Wednesday Sheriff t[ land and son of Gainesville. : week Mebane rolled to an easy''i said County and state.Witn..s C LADIES GlOVES

New River 'last' Saturday and and son. Jeff of Albany. Ga. Buddy Evans and Mrs. Ef-j! Mr. and Mrs. B. Davis and 71-45 victory over RJE. and :!I': seal I of the,my band rtnd the I
Circuit Court at :I
I| were visiting with Roy Turneri fie Paige of New Symrnaj II J family were supper guests of last Friday night Mebane I!: i Starke, Bradford ( ountv. Flor-
; i last Friday. Mr. Woods is ,in Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Albert I scored 1 ida this 2S day of January. 1961:
i the Marine Air Force at Albany. I Mrs. Russell Davis and I!1 and all enjoyed delicious Sparks I the another 63-50 victoryover CEIARLES A. DARKY It,
H THE I a Tigers.In as Clerk of said Circuit Court GARDEN PLOWS $$1|p
i children, and 'little- Miss Debbie -: barbecue. ''I the Wednesday game. Dy Janet X. Carter :

Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns Barnett spent the weekend'I Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Isom Parks led for RJE with (SFSAT.: OP Cmct'lT Deputy COURT Clerk) _,:"-' _, -'. '__, A '- '_ .._.
had as guests last Friday Mrs. I Jacksonville as guests of i i Carl Broughton and family 1 9 points. In Friday's game I[ THKUON A. 'L-'''.X. JR ,
CHRISIIAnSGlfnGf Johns' mother. Mrs. M. WDekie. I Post Office Driver :S10 ROOT LOWELL
!
Mr. and 'Mrs. MarVin' Culver.. J 1 over the weekend were Mr. ; H. Chandler and Isaac Allen I tarke, Florida
,, and also Mrs Ida ,i, While there they enjoyed the and Mrs. Bobby Broughton were high scorers for the'Tiers I Attorney for Petitioners
Young, and Mrs. Ruby Methea,, circus at the Coliseum. I and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. g with 13 and 12 respectively :i 1nIt: 2-21 50
/ all of Jacksonvi11e.i i" Robert Cason of the U. S. Broughton. all of Gainesville.' I -
I : N 'rUrnUCnT ,ORT OF : S6I
I I I.
Sorry to report that Mrs. j Ii Army in Germany arrived i Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones, The Mebane girls also took :I T'HK EIGHTH JIDKIALCIUCtlT Sprayers 1 iGAL.. *
i Murlie Crews is in Bradford OP FLORIDA iv.4fl'FOItItft.tDL'OhtI
F Mrs. Debbie Hall, and Richard two
: home last Thursday due to games from the Tigered 1 I ]

mOniTOR County Hospital. .I j the illness of his. father, Joe I Cam were supper guests I, tes. In the Wednesday game corvTY. : ; t\: (.I1.\\'fiUT.:
Little Shiela Dobbs has had of Mrs. Irma Cain of Gaines-he I ( .\ .; :AO. 13-101.\
score 24-23
Cason, who is still in Bradford j was and the
It chicken pox and was out of. I Joseph D: Warren,
-I'll' County Hospital. ville.Mr. ; Friday game was 33-27. both ,' I'lamtirr, CARPET
school all last week. II Mr. and Mrs. Orin Reddish and Mrs. J. C. Surren-:1 n favor of Mebane. j I -vsFlorida- I

i [ i Sandra Holt and Betty Nettles -, ;I,j I spent the weekend in Jack- 1 II cy of Gainesville! were visiting;''| American .Legion Auxiliary'I or Tampa Equipnirnt A rorporation Company et a!.
AccurateComplete visited Vivian Hull in I! sonville with their son-in-law I with friends here over the There will be a called meeting '- 'I I' DefendantsAOflCn !
High Springs over the week- OF MIT
: i!! and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. : weekend. of the American GRASSt'
Legion I In the name of the State ofI
; end. They spent Saturday in L i Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Davis "
: DeWitt Crews. I Post and Auxiliary at 2 p.m. 'I, Florida: i -
|'I I Jacksonville. j\: The many friends of Ode 1:| has as supper guests Sunda'ynight Sunday 10. All TO: Certaip-Teed Product? Corporation e I < ,
The New River Baptist'i Feb. member : 120 East' Lancaster '" .... ....,,
Dobbs will regret to learn that I Mrs. Irma Cain and are asked to be 1 I.\vpnut'. \rdmore. Pennsylvania_ : : :. : t
j
News i present; for .y .
: Church will have Jack Micco I .. ,. '
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daughter Sharon of Gaines- ;' I You are hereby notified that a .J 4tJ4. Tx.:: )i: ". :"
he i is ill in Bradford County I | business of vital importance \ .. .... .:
: missionary student from i''a suit in equity bas been '" .. ., > LB
a
; : .
., the Bible }i Hospital. I ville and his mother Mrs. J. Brooks, Comma j I IHaywood brought by Joseph II). Warren, .iA\... .... .. .. 'II\: 5- : "'1.j. .\1J1t\-t.w.....\;. :" ; 8 9 C
Baptist Institute at iJAA
f
Coverage : 1 Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Smith I I Davis. j' der. i I as plaJntitf) in the Circuit Court L .... ,': .:.. .< .... .:><< .:.. :. .:. .. ...:.f::':. t.5'
Graceville, guest speakeron of Jradfor4 Florida, /tki
as j County against -
.
Ii':1 Mrs. T. H. Lefevers is on : iJt\h\1M.
--t.: ..-40. of Jacksonville visited his CHURCH NEWS you and also against "kJiJiU.J.lJ\ Afr-AtA.\iJU: \ \
: Sunday, Feb. 10. Mr. Micco
the sick list this week and I
we Florida of
.;j mother, Mrs. Gertrude Smith Mt. Moriah Methodist Equipment Company
.l'.. is a Seminole Indian from L last week. hope that she will be feeling j Tampa a corporation: L. A Da-
Lake Okeechobee, and is in his lot better Sunday School, 9:30: a. m. \'i 9.; J. T. Quigley Phoenix ssurraae Complete Line Of New
a by the time thepaper Ferry-Morse
The many friends of Grand :: Company of Xew York! ,
third year at the institute. Morning Service 11 a.m. with I
mother Dowling will regret to comes out. I 'New York corporation; Har-
i':1 He is studying to be a mis Ronald Starling of Jack- I, Rev. B. F. J. Williams 'off ic1 I car Aluminum Products Co., a S Seed And Armour Fertilizer
; learn that she was taken to
: : I corporation; and Air Control i ir
:
Lk. sionary to the Indians and ating. All officers and members -
I sonville' was home visiting his ,
I : I Bradford County Hospital last I i r Products of Ocala Inc.. a corpwation.as -
I we. arc sure he will be an interesting 1 Sunday. i parents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy are asked to cooperat I def :ndaiits in< the '

i speaker. Everyone is Arthur Edwards of Silver i I i'i Starling over the weekend. I with Rev. Williams for the i i:( above and adjudicate styled canse' the to following declare '

I invited to hear him. Lake visited his aunt, Mrs. i i i Charles McCarthy is home, ; growth of the church.-Harry r i|I: described! property :situate ini FLORIDA PEST CONTROL
i Bradford County, Florida, to-wit:
t Year $22 6 Months $11 1! Bessie Sapp, last Thursday.The 1|I again after being in the hospital -: Young lay-leader reporter. Lot I rf Block 3 In Pine-
3 Month $5.50 Hunting Club members :1 I in Lake City for the past New Bethel Baptist I haxen. accordingto plalthereof

.II Clip this advertisement and tot of Raifora and their wives i j I few weeks.IAAALAAAAAAAAALAAAAAA. Sunday School. 9:30: a. m. ,: Hook 2 at recorded Page 65 in of Pla the*

J Mturn Molly aular it with'a:yokir check or I 01)5C enjoyed a frozen venison din- I I I Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Holy I|1 current Bradford public County records, Florida of AND CHEMICAL COMPANY'

ner at the club house last Communion, 7 p.m. Choir No '
The Chrt* tan Science Monitor i iI i to he the constitutional home-
...d 0*. N n>oy. Street Saturday CLAY HILL I 2 will rehearse: Thursday at:LI., tend of the plaintiff and to i 539 E. CALL ST. PHONE 964-3965

ottM II Man. PS-16 t k 666 ;, Bruce Randy! and Mason I 7:30: p.m. Conference will he1(;I declare and adjudicate the paid I -- S I

Mikell of Lake City visited I Br Mn. J. L. StricklandtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I held Friday night, Feb. 8, at -

m their grandparents Mr., and i I I 8 p.m._ All members are asked
i iI I I to be present. Mrs. M. J. I If

;, It seems there is nothing towrite I' White reporter. CHEVROLET TRUCK OUALliV
I I about this week except ; Greater Allen Chapel AME I

the weather! Of course every I I I Trustee Day will be observed .., 'ec- .....,. -
Special Announcementt: one knows what and how the Sunday starting with Sunday -

I weather is, so that isn't news! I I School at 9:45: a.m. Morn

I Anyway, we had a nice week ing Service at 11 am. with -
I
BYWILLIAMS to work even to take out old I !,,, the Junior Church in charge. y3 y

: windows and put in 14 new i,I A Missionary Service will beheld / tI

sashes-or seven windows and at 6 p.m. with messageby '

: ; \ JEWELRY( switch some old ones, and this I j I I' Rev. L. A. Sampson. All

old carpenter'was right onj j I I members and, friends. are invited -
;. the job when this work came i 1 I to attend all services. f
.. .
t :. up. The windows are all in.i i i Lake City District

and ready" f tfiis! bad weath- j Mt. Zion' AME Church of

I wish to announce to the general public er we are having again now I. I,t, Lawtey will be host to a District -

I that Williams is for sale and that : We failed to get to church again I j Musical.Program- given: I II IL
Jewelry not I II Sunday due to another: ][ by members the district. All

I very bard rain and some very. members and friends are Invited
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I intend to operate this store in the future in the t.
I
J very.hard wind. The wind was to attend and help make.

I :,.. same fair manner that I have operated it in the strong enough that it tore this a grand affair. Come and I
: down some more of Jim's old enjoy this musical affair Sat; I

past. barn, and we looked to see urday night,. Feb. 9. L

"1.I, dead pecan limbs, chicken: Mt. Pisgah AME Church I

;, houses and most anything on: An old-fashioned Revival I

Mil. Apparently this statement is contrary to the ground Monday morning Hour \\i11' 'be" held at 3 p.m. I 1q1\ I\ \ ., -S-- 2 'i, .' .
:; StOl very dissagreeable Monday Friday, Feb. 24. Appearing on -

nH. rumors to the effect that I anticipated selling Ii, morning. the program will be the Prayer t

/ : Anyway the dog didn't callus Band of Bethlehem. Free I'4

,tt. ,- the store. These rumors are untrue and un out to hunt possums or to WU1 Baptist' Church: with

founded. chase skunks in the rain. If: j Mrs. Sarah Prince in charge; :

he. had we just might- have t Antioch Baptist Church Prayer + )pbi
I I shot"the dog! Band with Mrs. Loulza
I
.James Saunders of :MiddlE: I Brown in charge; Lake Butler
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"" : While certain business operations on Lake : burg has been called as pastor p- : consolidated High School L

.. Kerr requires of time there the i of Clay Hill church to: I.Chorus; and RJE's Band. I
.w part my store finish out the year. A? stated MrsMarti "ar nmage will. You can see the difference wherever you look

4 ....' is always in competent hands. I intend to continue ; before Rev. Clarence Knight]: give!the meahirisf !'thtf T the. i

: has had to resign as pastor: arthirtiine'-AU members. are If you believe various makes! of trucks are pretty side panels are double-walled; you might dfnt the I

,, .J. to serve this area in quality merchandise due to ill health. I to pay the pdg s.' Friends I much alike: you aren't doing justice to your pocket- inside. but it won't show through. :

I .. Among the Clay Hill folks: .are' jnritedlo pay pledges: al-.,l !1 bcok. There are'differences.A Chevrolet designs suspension systems to fit your
: at the best possible prices.I : who had to visit a doctor last j i so'. S 1 I 1 Chevrolet truck welcomes comparison. Look at need. The light-duty type is strong on comfort.

;I week were Susie Padgett and ;1 There, will 'be. other. participants !-, t1 the little things on it-latches, hinges, stitching in Another kind for heavier trucHs stiffens up as you

: Ella Carter, who attend a clinic L- : that are not mentioned 11.-3 upholstery. Notice how strong the tailgate is, the increase your load; and vice versa. Make s\nse?

I I would also like to take this opportunity in Jacksonville for special :'M. member* ind.f. nds I nhiwr encased chains that keep it from sagging. If you are going to need a new truck this year,.

treatment. Both have been on are invited. to, attend'this_ pro- 5 The body floor is made of select wood to eliminate you should look at the quality ChevrQlet has to offer I
J to sincerely thank my many friends and customers t the sick list for some time. i 1 gram.. S : (11 the rust problem and give you bettrfooting.Th lower May we bring over a new '63 so you can examine it?
t If this rain keeps the !
up Will Baptist
Bethlehem Free
for their valued patronage and forthe -' ,2 NEW 6rCYLINDER I ENGINES
confidence f pulpwood men will get a rest, The- same- weekly. scheduler ----E t

shown in 'our 'fair :'d the especially the ones workingon -r be'followed.:, Sunday
.... eaimgs over low land. They can get 9:45 am Morning'' rt New High Tor;uc -. ->. ".-m. 4..1. New High Torque 292-cu! ,-in. '
School
I. You rest assured I will still l be there, but can't get away a- : YPCL 4:30 Six i3lig'.tet by more powerful Six-most powerful truck 6, .' :
years. may we Service, 11 am than its predecessor. It as Chevrolet has ever built .,
gain. i! pjn- The Fellowship Union standard in Series CIO I& Standard in Series C60, '
here to serve and still give the best .'I C50 models. at extra QMUJTIWCJVCOJil8 ,
you, you j will be held at Waldo With through optional cost if .
Band Boosters I S lighter models.
;
I deals available anywhere. I Rev. Whit's church. Mrs. Rosa 1 > :
To Meet MondayThe Green, pastor. i
( Hawks. PLay Friday I'I I Just, call us to test drive one of the !

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Bfo4, Band Boos- The Bradford Hawks -.' -u- u u -

ters will meet at 8 p.m, Monday -; pro basketball team will -5- .
:, : Feb. 11, in the band hall. 1 increase their season semi-j'r' .

Williams Jewelry All members are urged to at- of 16-4 -to-18-4 this : ; .

I i 'the tend.District Plans will Meeting be made which for the Friday Jacksonjille night the Hawks Cavaliers.play J 1./j. : GATEWAY CHEVROLET,. INC: !T.L( '

; will be held March 23.The executive I and Satufcfay night they take .

I By A. C. WILLIAMS, Owner S board will meet at 7 on Gilbers Dukes. also of U. S. 301 (NORTH) STARKE, FLA. PHONE 964-300

o'clock one hour earlier than Jacksonville. Botfc games wiJJi

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THURSDAY FEB. 7. 1963. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEG RAPT, STARKE. FLORIDA FAGinVE
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:; Three B & E's could have been a large screw-!; else was reported missing. All! 'rH'S the right to waive ia-.:,.Florida* and be duly licensed. to.: iherrfor, or by registered Mail I Ii I be' for ihn I"""! :'n'tr"t' the
!driver. the doors and windows showed Mayor _AsksSupport Trio/ Pleads iurnJiies in any bid and to'' conduct business therein' i with return receipt requested. City of SSarW, FWKla.-.-
accept any bid which they eon- Each bill shall be addressedto 'I The' City reserves the right '_-:'I'T fOL'XrMl: oP THE
Approximately 70 long play marks where entry was at- .uer to be lu the t a"M puoiK" the City Council. City or to waive Informalities and any r 9.\" OF T.\nKI FLORIDA. -
Reported Fri. albums of instrumental music tempted, but deputies wers not, For !Guilty To B & E \iI interest: and to reject any atd Starke. Kiorida. and marked bid: to reject any or all! bids in {' *-
ail od. i "M nieipal Water and Sewerage I whole or in part with or with- MERRILL. EDWARDS
valued at $1 each were stolen able to tell just where entry] .
t BRADFORD COU.VTY HOSPITAL Improvement Program Cityof j I out cause, and/or to accept the: City Clerk'
County i[from the radio station along:was made. Guard DriveMayor I Circuit Court, Judge George,, CoRPORATION j Starkfrk' Florida," and delivered j, bids that in Its judgment will i-:< .;r :e-T!
BY: Inca A. Green, :sfrvretaiy: I to the office! of the City i
I i,:with an Admiral clock radio, i I L. Patten has ordered pre- '!-, .4t 2-28 Clerk.' City of Starke. Florida
I IO'l'l'ri
I
Bradford County had a rash'arid: $2 in change which was, Thirteen TakeI Randal P. Chittj.. sentence investigations for,, :\ OF INTENTION" TOHRGIXTKK : either the Kidder by a who representative shall obtain of a ,I -, i,
of three enter-,forced from the Coca-Cola ma-t three Bradford County men I I '
and ,
; breakings i has called upon the citizens .MCTIT1OI \.\\ : receipt thoiefor. or b> rtgister-
I ings last Friday night, Feb;,i chine. Cther records were left P.OExan oi Starke and Bradford County |who pleaded guilty last week!! Notice is hereby riven that ed mail *ith return mxipt requested IDJ .
.. the undersigned under the provisions ;, ; AiMn-TiS
the I
scattered over the floor by to charges of breaking and!
ruary 1, but all remain unsolved to whole-heartedly support of Chapter 20,933.;; Laws> The' City reserves the rightto '
according to the fr.eriff' :; -| thieves, deputies reported. t the "Operation Muster 1963" ,i:1 entering. fit Flf.ridoil"ts of 1941, will >! waive informalities In any l> 9
: ntry was made *>y prying I Twelre men and ne woman : announced The three are Rioharl Starling : register with the Clerk: of the i I bid: to reject any or al bids in
., drive
Department. recruiting : : Circuit Court, in and for lirad- [ whole or in part, with or without
The three illicit entries occurred -I open ,the front door, which was I Ii took the examination as applicants this week by the 622nd Ordnance -.: : 21 from Graham. ind wni i, ford County, Florida, upon teI I cause and for to accept the V $10.00 VALUE

later locked when the thieves] for the Starke post- of the Florida i! Ham Austin, 18, and Bob Bales,) ceipt of proof of publication of ![ bids that in its judgment' will x' i4BUST
at WRGR Radio Stationon i( Company this notio. the fictitious name i iSTARKE befor the best interest of the Ii
S. R. 100 south of Starke,i departed through a Mle i door' mastership in Gainesville last'II' National Guard. At a city hall :'both of Highland. Starling was!. HARDWARE COM- | City of Starke. Florida. .

Noegel's Auto Sales on North I I which was left partially' open. Saturday. !I ceremony Mayor Chitty sign- charged with two courts ofl! PANT, under which we are engaged CITY COUNCIL OF THE

Temple, and at Dixon's Grocery: j Stolen from Noegel's Auto,. Competing for the $6,805 a. ed a proclamation designating'' petty larceny and one of grand I!, St.in, Starke business, Florida.at 108 EastCall CITY .OF STARKE, FLORIDA. -_ J *

U. ; was a Tower electric type-!i year position were: Bill Tilley, : February 10 as National Guard I larceny while Austin and Bales M. L Proctor, Jr. and IloI MERRILL EDW.UlD8.City .
t on S. 301 two miles njthof
Proctor. 105 S. E. 48th Street,
Lawtey. Theft from the writer valued at $tOO and $2||I Tnman Green. W. H. Muster Day in Starke. j I were charged ,with grand larjceny. !! Gainesville* Florida: owners. 1-24 3t 2-7 Clerk VIGNETTE[

former two places wire fixed\in change. Entry there was II |t Bill McRae. Wm. araham'l The drive is part of a na-l i A fourth man charged ini Dated this 4th day of Feb ; t V V -

at $102 each and at $19.52.also made througn the front'',; Blake Jackson. Merrill Edwards -r tionwide campaign to maintain ,the same case, Elvin Doyle Ca-, mary Bradford A.D.County 1963, Florida.at Stark 621S5-1 PORTRAIT

from the grocery store. I door which was easily openfdj j: Bill Silcox, Charle3 I the strength of the Army : sey, 34, was not arraigned last''I :-; 4t 2-2S: 8KCTIOIVVITATIOV \ 1- k\

In an three I'deputies reported. Hardy Ix H. Harper, T. C. National Guard at 400.000 officers Friday. A parolee from the I j FOR BID f'
cases entry was I i'iwn.tsioi': 'EqI1PMBSTFOR
Hazen Jr. Reddish State Prison at Raiford, Casey Dolph ,
and men, and the ML'.MCIPAL WATER
made by forcing doors and i Taken from Pixon's Gro- SECTION: I- i I IINVITATIONS

windows with an instrument I icery were assorted groceries: )I I and Mrs. Marian Finucan. | strength of the Air National is also charged on two counts! : : FOR flifiS.It'NICIP.L V\Ipno.AM\l-JfF.ST) SEWERAGE PROGRAM ? : si.$ t ONLY
of '
and
of : <
}i On the basis of the examination petty one grand larceny : WATKRAMI I
i Guard at 72,000. CITY OF STARKC, FLORIDA
described by deputies as what t. totaling $19.52, but nothing! : SIVEILtGLItPllovtMnNr V '.
a list of eligible competitors ;i :Mayor Chitty said that along with Starling. : : rnomuu SEALED PROPOSALS Will be ; .Vs't

: is compiled and the :, while all indications are that All four mlln are still fr'2el). CITY OF STARKK I'LOHII I|i received by the City Clerk, Cityof ,
Starke, Florid until 1:00 P.
: names of the top three elig- : the Guard today Is the "most.I'!on bond. Starling and Casey!' received SEALED by PROPOSALS the City Clerk.will City be I:! ]1. Eastern Standard Time) on $I looby

; the will be furnished '! still face the petty f larceny: February 19, 1963.: and publicly :
ibles on list ready" is has ever been in its 'I ot Starke, l Florida until 7:00 P. thereafter at the regular'
I to the Post Office De- history, more young men are II charges, of stealing 8,000 feet! M. (Eastern Standard Time) on City opened Council Meeting on that
March 5, 1S63! and publicly opened -
of electrical
partment for consideration in i l lines and selling' date for purchase of equipment :
neededboth former servicemen thereafter at the regular I
i [them to a junk deaer: in ,Ta 'k-i City Council Meetingn that for additions and improvements
the The elig- !
: filling
vacancy. as well as those with} no t to the municipal water and sewerage
i sonville, in County ; tlate for additions and improvements of
: ible person selected must be |t prior military service to fill Judge's, I systems consisting : ,
V to the municipal water limit: Children
Court. i (a) two (2):! turbine well pumps. : : 2 !
nominated by the President many skilled jobs. i i and sewerage syt>tems, consisting (b) approximately 1350: feet of'' To A

'. .. V and confirmed by the Senate j; He points out that young i i Starling, Austin and Bales! of.water(a) supply the installation well and of turbine anew i I 8-inch cast Iron pipe; (c) 1\<' Oarberrea Studio AGFS Family
:
were u- ,
arraigned Friday in Circuit (2)) chemical feed pumping
GROCERY & MARKET : before appointment is effec- : men over 17 can get valuable ;j -; pump and all Intereon.necting nits; (d) three ((2: ; chlorinator 6 Wks. to 10 Yrs.
court; for Satisfaction
breaking into
piping and calves between Guarant.cd
tive. | Army or Air Force specialist; (e) one 10-inch water meter and Additional
a vacant house near Graham! the well installation and three (3) indicator-totalizer recorders -' Children

Half Mile North Of City Limits-U. S. 301 Veteran eligibles with aj'! training during their brief ac- ,and taking a television s*{ valucd -,! the il'tlnl'dl aerator;at(b Water) lehabihtate Plant No.ex- j'! ; and (f) one (1) package NO APPOINTMENT $2.00 Each
and pumping sta
compensable service-connect- tive duty training time, 'I' type sewage
I, I, at approximately $ O0. : 1 and install new water lubricated ] NECESSARY Selection of Poses
OPEN 7 DA YS-7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. ed disability of 10 per cent or' that most of a man's National -! Curbine pump in the well; > tion.All equipment furnished shall
: is Lillian tel install new chlorination e- i -
more are placed first on the Guard military service D. Hoffman, : he in acroniance with specifications -
qnlpment at both"at..r Plant i iX08. !
SALES PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI. list in order of their rating. with "the home Defendant. and oontraot document '
SAT., performed O'I'f'E i 1 and :2: pertaining thereto which
AND Following these, all other elig- town team." Mayor Chitty \ To: Lillian D. Hoffman, chemical feed equipment at both < may
SUN. ONLY ::023:!; be examined at the office of the ,
ibles are listed according to stressed the fact that the Na- '! 30th land Street.New York.Astoria, Lone: h-!: install Water, a Plant forced No.draft' 1 and aerator 2; (e atWater ) !, City Clerk, Starke, Florida. and FRIDAY iUD; SATURDAYFEB.
the office Smith !
GRADE A grades, including preference: tional Guard rates support: You are hereby notified that PUnt No. I. and construct at and Hills Architects of Reynolds and En- '

C points, if any. Preference elig- : since it serves to hold down' a complaint for divorce has bein j a gravity Plant type Xo. 2 aerator(0 install at Water pin.u.1019 Boulevard Center ] 9
a
:
FRYERSSUNNYLAND - filed against '
LB. you and you are Drive Post Office Box '4S50).
ibles are listed ahead: of non- i military costs and at the same' required to serve '! water meter at Water Plant No.
a copy of your Jacksonville, Florida. Specifications -
preference eligibles with the:. time provides for a valuable !! Complaint Answer or Pleading to the 3 totalizer, and water recorders meter at indicator-all three i may l>e obtained from Hours: 9 12; 1 5:30
on the plaintiffs attorny I Kmith and Hills.
same rating. relief force right in the community -,i George II -. water plants; and (g) install Reynolds.
i Pierce 203205 I Bach bid shall t be addressedto
iI i in the event of natural North Temple A\'enllt\ !, !J package sewage pumping I the City Council. City otStark.
PICNICS I station along South U. S. High-
LB. U disasters such as floods, I Starke.! Florida and file the I way No. 301. .., Florida and marked arksdale'sDEPARTMENT
,. Two Negroes t original Answer or Pleading in i "Purchase of Equipment fill :
fires and storms. !I the office of All work performed shall be I
II the fVrk of the i Municipal Water and Sewerage ,
I in accordance with the plans,
Goon In' Mayor Chitty said he hoped i I Circuit Court on or before the I Improvement Program City of V
Pietesot Sliced
specifications and contract documents -
HospitalizedIn : 15th day of February, 1963. If I t tarke. Florida! and delivered!
SMOKED BACON lb. young men would contact C- !: yuu fail to so do, a Decree Pro i pertaining thereto, to the- office of the City Clerk STORESPECIAL
35c
WO A. L. Crosby, Jr., at the ;: Confessovill bit taken against i which may be examined at the City of StarKe. Florida, either ,
...
... Auto Mishap to :' you for the relief demanded in office of the City Clerk. Starke by a representative of the flidder -
FRESH LINK ALL I National Guard Armory the complaint. I !Florida and at the office of who shall obtain a receipt .
1 learn more details about Nai i I I Pone ana ordered at StarKe, i; Reynolds, Smith and Hills, Architects -
PORK SAUSAGE lb. - 59c Two Starke Negroes were: Guard service. !I! Florida this 17th day of Janu- !; and Engineers, 4019!) .
tional try A. D. 1962.ChARLEs. I BnulPYarrt Center Drive (Post i
hospitalized Saturday night : i I A. DARHY i II Office Bus 4830)), Jacksonville! I
GA. REDTOMATOES when their car went out of i !i Clerk' Circuit Court Brad- '! Florida. Plans and specifications
Beauty ContestIs i ford County, Florida 'I may be purchased from Reynolds -
-- 8 cans . $1.00 control and turned over sev- I I By Dorothy VC. Failing |! ., SmIth! and Hills for the NOTICE
11 eial times on SR 229 west of' Called OffDue Deputy Clerk : sum of $9.50 per set, the cost :
GA. RED CUT town, according to the Brad- : i! Thomas & Pierce I!I IIf one set of plans and specifications ; -':
Attorney for Plaintiff : will be refundable to
GREEN ford County Sheriff's Department t, to a lack of entrants 1-24 4t 2-14 I Contractors who submit bonafifff : '
BEANS. 2 for !
29c I ,
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bids, upon return In good
sponsoredby
contest
;
t' the beauty -
I! j condition within ten (10) days !
KOUNTKY KIST Whole Kernel Cream i Elva Hampton, 30, driver of : the Junior Woman's club. !I Sealed CALL bids Foil will BIoS be received j jI i I after bid opening. Individual I TO HOME OWNERS
or I
his' of the specifications and ,
L the 1947 Ford sedan, and to select a girl to representth t by The Bradford County llosi copies
CORN -- 2 cans for . 29c ;I i partial sets of drawings may :
passenger. Eddie Lee Allen, : Starke Jaycees at the A- pital Corporation, Starke, Flor- be procured for $5: 00 per COP
ida,
[ up to 2:00 P.M. E. S. T.Tu'sday
I
: taken to the Gainesville Festival has been can- and $0.50 per sheet respectively -
zalea
were !
JIM DANDY | March 3, 1J6J for fur- Homesteaders For that have been Homestead
N not refunda.bleA receiving
:
Medical Center since beds i celled it was announced this !I fishing all materials and labor I Rid Bond properly ext'l'utI I you

C :, were not available in the i week. I and c'onllu'uc.tingllU I ed by the Bidder and by a iual- I in and have returned
GRITS ADDITION Exemption previous years not yet
ified Surety or a certified or :
Bradford County Hospital.: Only five girls had signedup 1
TO .
LOS.MEAL. Hampton had a compound to enter the contest, according -! RllAUFOKL COUNTY i I cashier's or State check Hank on in any a sum l'\ationa.1.not ., the application which was mailed you on January 1st,

CABIN HOME ; fracture of the left leg below I to Mrs. JoAnn Rowe.I HOSPITAL less than five per cent (5%) of
ST.\HKE, FIX I1IDA made payable to''
the knee and Allen appeared i contest chairman. The girl selected -:, PIJOJECT NO. FLA. A-94 the the City amount.of Starke Florida, must I please sign and return same on or before April 1st, this is

. : banged up with bruises and i would have received an | Any bid received after the Accompany each bid as a guar- :,
i J : reified time and data will not antee that the Bidder will not the only in which will be entitled 'to the
: lacerations, according to Brad all expense paid weekend at $j be considered. withdraw from the competitionafter I way you 'exemp-

: ford County deputies workingthe I the Festival which starts February I laih/ bid must be acconipan- opening the bids and in !
ROYAL RICE -- 5 Ibs. . 59c : led' by a certified check, cash- the event the contract I Is tion benefits.
accident. \ 28.Recent. | ief a check, band draft or bid ed to the Bidder he will award-I'
Hampton's car was appar- bond in the amount of five per ''In ten (10) days thereafter.
VAN CAMP No. 2./ cans I tent of the base bid AS guarantee I enter into contract and furnishthe ,
:, too fast around a For the homeowners who the Homestead benefits
PORK ently going BirthsMr. that the bidder, if awarded required bond, failing which are expecting -
& BEANS 4 cans 99c curve and because of its excessive !' I the contract. will, within ten I he shall forfeit deposit as liquidated ,

went out of I consecutive calendar days after damages. The Bid Bond for the first time are urged to bring deed by
j rate of speed:: and Mrs. Jeff W. Powellof j written notice being given of I and Performance Bond are re your .

REG. SIZE FAB - 29c 1, control and turned over fouror Denver, Colo announce the I .suth award enter into a written quired to be secured from an
I the Tax The for
I Assessor's Office.
requirements
contraa with The new
Bradford insurance
limes the deputie I agency of the surety or -
five William ,
: I birth of a son Byron County Hospital Corporation, I C'ompallYYhl" agencyshall
SUNNYLAND PURE said. The car was a total loss. on Jan. 31. Maternal grand- I Starke, Florida in accordance I have an established place Homesteaders are:

LARD .. 8 lb. bucket . $1.39 parents are Mr. and Mrs. W. !' a With contract the accepted surety bid bond.and satIsfactory give Of business in the State of

B. Sewell of Starke.Mr. to said Corporation in

BEACON BLEACH yz gal. 29c i I per an amount cent of equal the contract to one hundred price Your deed must have been recorded on or before Jan-
and Mrs. Clyde Sumner, No bidder I I.
may withdraw his
I
Starke, announce the birth of bid for a period of thirty days I uary 1st.
I after the date set for the .rJ.el
a daughter on Feb. 5, at Doc opening ,
V _4 thereof.All I
tor's Hospital I work filial! be done in accordance I II
TALL CANS 's I with: plans, specifications We offer a You must have been a resident and living on the property
3. 39C Bradfoid County Hospital and contract documents f

MILKLIMIT ______4___ II' ._____._-____S. announces the following :., Moore relative ana thereto May as, prepared Architects.by 1 I COMPLETE LINE as of January 1st.

births: I OainesvHie; Florida.! Plans, zprI of famous
.. .
: cifications and contract docu-
i Mr. and Mrs. Ray Freeman I'i merits may: be examined at theoffice PURINA CHOWSI HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PERSONAL EFFECTS According

6 S V Griffis. Starke,30.a son. Andrew |I Bradford uf. County the Administrator Hospital,, 'I and 4- to Section 193.11, Florida Statutes 1941, which provides that Household Goo4: *

FOREMOST MILK yz gal. 53cCOR1'4ED V I Freeman, Jan. I I, .Slarke I Florida or at the office and Personal Effects be assessed, there is a $1000. Exemption on this: prop
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Green IIf Moor* and May A Architects iPURINA
::: I, Starke. a daughter, Mary Co- 'I'' 606 X. E. First Street Gainesville HEALTH AIDS erty as mentioned above. We therefore feel that the fairest and most equitableway

BEEF can a . 39c reen, Feb. 3. Only, Florida.'one set of such plans j I forFLORIDA to assess this is by the scale listed below: ,

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gibson, and contract documents and

i, Lake Butler a daughter, Feb I form by for geaeral bidding contractors may be secured only- ;I I, Valuation of Total Valuation Less I Taxable

a. ''! from the office of the aroht-:I Home of Household Goods Exemption I. Valuation

I GET MAMA OUT OF THE KITCHEN AND 't 150.00.tens by The depositing deposit from therewita'enera1contractors .I II Ii & Personal Effects .

JOHNSTOWN MISSIONARY I will be refunded up- II i 0000 to 1990 1000 1000 000
on submission of a bona fide I
BAPTIST CHURCH kid and return of said plans and \I Ir 2000 to 2990 1050 1000 V V 50
PUT HER IN THE LIVING ROOM FOR
Angus B. Lawson, Pastor contract within documents ten days in after good condition date 3000 to 3990 1100 1000 \ 100

j I B*I for the opening of bids. If I'I'r 4000 to 4990 1150 1000' ISO
Bible School 10 a.m. Morn- the general contractors desire -
VALENTINE DAY! 5000 to 5990 1200 1000 200
'Ing Worship, 11 am. sermon mOTe than OfttJ set of such plane I r
r and f'pecltlcationltht'se may beotddned 6000 to 6990 ,1250 1000 250
by Rev.,D. A. Greek. Teen-age '
bpaying the cost of
'
', : 7000 to 7990 f 1300 1000 300
.
Meeting. 6:30: p. m. Adult duplication. which'will not be '

T\NOmLEVEL Training Union 6:30: p-m. Les- I refundable.Subcontractors and material 'I' PESTCONTROL 8000 to 8990 1350 1000 t 350
'
9000 to 9990 1400 .
son theme: How does one i suppliers may purchase draw- I II 1000 400
know whether or not he is I i lings and specifications{ from the 10000 to 10990 1450 1000 450

rTUg I I WASHiNG called to preach? Evangelistic : architect/ at by the paying rate cost of 75c of duplication per- ;I & CHEMICAL CO. 11000 to 11990 1500 1000" 500
I
: Service, 7 p.m.- Sermon by sheet for drawings and $5.00 J .
I I t 539 E. Call St.
per set for specifications which
_: Rev. D. A. Greek, former pastor cost" includes the cost of hatdl-I I PHONE 964.3965 ; PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX RETURNS: Every Person
for 15 years.Midweek ; ing. I : .J ( t y iij 'J 1 I 0.

___ -wi SHOWER POWER I IWo5HES Prayer and Bible ,i I I r be Bidders satisfactory qualifications to The Board must of I If I II 1l 1--- ,. firm or corporation .owning orf having control l, management -
V.2L4rbiiA1 : : :<<<<,
Study: Bro. Ralph Smith will i f Trustees, Bradford County Hospital |I
tOWNf 1 1b Corporation. The Bradford or custody tof Tangible Personal Property of whatsoever
,
have charge of the
;
% : POWER ; meeting. j I I County Hospital Corporation re- '

M1c7.IL; 7 \ IMPELLER ; Friday night at 7:30 the character, including trustees, executors etc., should: return -
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5' I'w'421 WASHES ladies will 1 l
I meet in the Sunday

C N \...-::; UPI ': School building for a mission 'I 'same for taxation to the County Assessor, on or before!
'
V -- i iJ Betty study.J. Whiterieck Our missionary will have |I the first day of April of each year. The head of a family

GEHEflALELECTRIC FULlSTREIICTHiriwtes
I. charge. All ladies of the who is a legal resident of the State of Florida] is entitled toa

: church, and all friends are ,

FJ HWASHERd welcome. Constitutional Exemption of $1000. on household goods


J V d Fully automatic No installation : and personal effects, when he files a return and claims ,exemption -

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..' OTIf'E _
I '* 0 Vinyr. uhioned 0 Holds NEMA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thereon.

: .interior", serrice for 12 that the undersigned desiritg
to In business
engage under the

I fictitious PHARMACY name at of 101 CAN'OVA'S E. Call All of the above. must be in the hands of your Tax Assessor

Special Valentine Day Only 18995 Street in the City ,of Starke,
1 Florida intemdi to register tha
SP50 said name with the Clerk of the JLJLfrb& on or* before 1prillst. We urge you to take care of these
*
Circuit Court
of Bradford" Coun-
cy, Florida. V tax matters immediately.
; SHBRBOD. HAMILTON PE3I: Bleach V
( THOMAS &; PIERCE
!\3-OS North Temple Avenue in
Statk Florida
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1-17 H :-1 Looteas grt kat! dean and d&Gfeetsskkrotn. ; > 4 _V THANKS, : ;

,Miilzsi tlottinj. ,lattroom,tadm. 'fZ I

iTHE CIRCUIT cornr OF i, lVta: *.A. -, 1' .
Bullington's
Appliancesi' '
--- GENE LONG
FLORIDA EIGHTH JITJICIAfc Hood 33 Bleachand V' : '
CIRCUIT IX .V>D FOP
Biii>F<>nn cor.NTT. i>
.. CHANCERY.: Disinfectant __ ""
;: 100 W. CALL St. PHONE 961.6551 Walter J. Hoffman. Jr., 'I I. V TAX ASSESSOR,, :"I!T"!
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: '-.'rAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGttAPII. STARKE. flORIDA TITIJESDAY FE8.7, 1963



\} Motor Parts Gem Jewelry. The Jewelers Buff's Takes Three I!Co. Board vatt was absent, only two commissioners -,Mayor Names .ers of this great movement,. THE CHURCH OF GOD I

rolled of were left to vote
a season high
:Sets New game and, also the assistance given I OF PROCIIECY
\ High Games In Mixed i
and would not constitute a
782.Draw ((16E Bids Feb. 7 13 by religious bodies school organizations Brooker, Fla.
I Jn Men's Bowling Tite won three and Bowling League j jBuff's Rejects quorum. I: -

lost a point against Food Fair, Roberts said the present i, veterans associations Sunday School. 10 a. m.

", and Starke Telephone Co. won:; !i On InsuranceThe worksman's compensation is Scout WeekStarke fraternal groups SP '
j Starke Motor Parts I Garage took three
again I Morning Worship 11 V.
three and lost one against the still in force.., so the matterwas service clubs that sponsor our a.m.
set a new high series markin games from M & R Motors in;. Randal L. B. Young People's Service.
in laid over to a future meet- Mayor Chit- Cub Scout Packs, Boy Scout
: Starke Utility entry. I County Commission,
the Men's Commercial Sundown Mixed League bowl ty has proclaim the next 7 p.m. Evangelistic Service, 8pjn.
will be 1CarottkIkt bids Troops, and Explorer Posts,
Next night
Tuesday rejected
I action Tuesday,
"League bowling with 2671. ( ing. Vernon Buff had high ing.In .
a the first of two position! received on Workmen's compensation i other action Tuesday the I II seven days, February 7-13. as Mayor Chitty stated in his: Wednesday Prayer Meeting
series of 436 for Buff's white i
They were rewarded for their : I Boy Scout Week in recognI- 7:30: pjn-K. J. Robin-
Commission proclamation.
current from : 'I
Based two
on
nights. Evy insurance
.effort by getting four points Bill Rosser had high series of\ tion of the 52nd anniversaryof son Sr., pastor.wAic .
.from Terwillegar Motors and standings, the first place team 470 for M & R. j local firms and left the mat- Decided to contribute $1.000
future to the Suwannee River Authority the founding of the Boy
will bowl the second place ter for a meeting.
,
sole claim to first place. Next Homer Wood the new pro Simpson Taxi took three open -
Scouts of America.In
team, third place against When bids were opened 'it and reappointed Commissioner -
week these two teams will roll has arrived. He was broken in games from Pyrofax, with FOR:
Most inter- Wall Agency Green to the observance of Boy Scout
fourth place etc. appeared that H. C. represent
"against each other again bed right. Saturday. There were Lloyd [Bones] Mahoney roll- TERMITES
shouldbe 'low board on that Week, Troop 70 sponsored by
witn I
the
esting for spectators was a figure group.
cause of a position more people playing then than ing high series of 546 for the
night I
i "i
Voted to ahead with the Starke Rotary Club will .5.. ANNUALLYCOST
the match between Ter- of 307903. The Charley Johns go con I :
winners. Jarvis
,r' schedule. in the last six months or so. Mary was I
willegar and Starke Motor Agency bid was $3,254.41. I struction of a boat ramp at I have a tent display this Saturday I
Ooouflunity Bank bowlers Was good to have everyone out high for Pyrofax with a 425
-
Rob- the end of the road February 13, in the
Parts. Commissioner George county on : -
!
had their long winning streak and it was a beautiful day. series.. Mahoney also converted !
,, broken as they dropped four Standings Won Lost Mrs. Wood played with some the 4-6 split. erts Jr., who is also manager Hampton Lake, using county vacant lot on Call St. between U.S. HOMEOWNERS

Starke Motor Pts 32 12 Oil took three of the Wail Agency; said1 his funds. Cannon's Barber Shop and the
i 'points to O'Connor Real Es- of the ladies: which was a Register
tate. Terwillegar Motors 28 16 very pleasant surprise. I hear games from Carp's, paced by firm would like to have the Instructed the road foremanto I Half Moon Hotel. Beginning

Noegel's Auto O'Connor. . 28 16 from Gertie she plays QUita Bill Nelson with a 535 series. business, but he f obligated assist the sheriff's depart-I at 9 ajn. and at every other _FIFTY_

overpoweredRuss's Noegel's . . 27 17 Harry Lovel had high series to point DTI t"that premiums on ment in converting a hearingroom hour during the day the troop !
Place taking all four :1
( '
points. Bobby McRae convert. Tom's Shell . 27 17 well.A Swwethear Tournamentis for Carp's with 401. Army workmen's compensation are out of the "violent cell" will demonstrate the ranks of MILLION

'ed the very difficult 4-7-10 Community Bank 26 18 being planned. It will be a Armstrong converted the 579. "state controlled" 'and that that was recently removed scouting, flag pole raising: DOLLARS!

split to Draw Tite. . 22 22 both bids, if figured on the from the county jail. The new making fire with flint and
highlight ef' event the
Mixed-Two Ball
Noegel's
: . 18 26 same basis,' should be the room will be added on at the]I steel, and first aid in emerg-
Gem
Jewelry. Forsyth Plumbing took three
fort. Russ's lost in spite of a same as we hare enjoyed in I rear of the jail. 'I encies. 'I& lo&1d Pest Sentro8
-' Starke Telephone 18 26 games from D & W Auto, led same.
season high of
\ game 796 and the past. The entry fee is $2
!
Utilities. 16 28 Further consideration of the Instructed the board's at- 'I do citizens this
Starke urge our
high series of 2327. Already signed by J. T. Pollard's high 447 I
couple.
per up '
bids revealed that the Johns torney to write Southern Rail- 5
Shell lost Food Fair. . 13 31 Ter- series. Joyce Ward was.highwith two year to recognize the important -
:.Tom's three and the
are McRaes. Epps
.took one in their match with Russ's . . . 9 35 Marlon Elder a 500 series for D & W.Noegel's agency had used a slightly different -way Co. insisting on the clear-I part scouting plays in ths .
willegars and
and Marvalena: Wood. The Auto took four I set of payroll figuresin ing of its rights-of-way in the development of boys and the FlUE Phone

computing its bid than had county. A previous letter writ-I American of life, further
Jr. Hi Cagers I tournament is scheduled for games from Long Bridge. Ru- ]! way
ten
the Wall Agency. Roberts said by the County Clerk was I that they appreciate and sup. 'r '

Lose To TigersTo February 17, Sunday followingValentine's dolph Hutcheson was high he had obtained figures on not acknowledged.THE I port the unselfish patriotic 964-3965

j : Day. A Buffet for Noegel with a 462 series, which to base his bids from the 1Esti. .
Season I I service rendered to our community ---- -- -- -
Close
Supper will follow. I and Henry Cross was high for State Comptroller, and that he by the volunteer lead -

Don't forget the stockholders had provided copies of these RIGHT POINT for the I .
Bradford Junior High School the losers with a 471 series.
meeting tonight [Thurs- figures to the Johns Agencyand way you write. Come in and
closed out the-- eight
capers witha day] at 7:30.: :It will be held Standing Won Lost the Conner Agency so select your favorite ESTER-

game schedule last Friday in the new clubhouse and is Noegel's Auto 35 13 that all would have the same BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-
50-40 loss to Lake City.
very important as it is to diScuss i Register Oil . 30 18 basis for bidding. A letter accompanying GBAPJL ij
The team ended; the sea'Stnwith
1 finances and the feasi- the Johns bid
three wins and five de D&W Auto. . 26 22

ASK FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION .feats. Starke's bright spot last bility of a $50 assessment for Carp's . . .. 26 22 however, said that payroll fig-"!
all members. Everyone's vote ures obtained from the countyclerk's SEE THE
Command Gravely PowerTerry's Friday was provided by Greg, Pyrofax . . 25 23Buff's I"
Reddish who sank 16 of 13 freel] is necessary. office were used in fig- 20 Words or Jes, one time ._- J5: Memorials, Resolutions _______ ao per won
I -Carolyn E. Eaves . . 24 24 its bid. New Kingsbury
Saw Shop throws. uring If not paid in advance ____ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 59 words _____ 2A9
Forsyth . . 24 24 The clerk's figures and the I
I Home 'Keyed or Blind Ads ___.. 1.00 Over 50 words ______....._._ 5c per wort
No.2 I Gateway Triest Simpson . . 21 27 state comptroller's figures apparently -
Steno Notebooks, Steno I II i covered different Each additional word over 20 __-- 05 Display ads In Classified _____ 1.50 per Uu*'

2022 N. E. 23rd Blvd. I Ko-reet Type, Typewriter!jI Win Two GamesIn i M&R . . 20 28 roll periods, and therefore pay- 3 BEDROOMS ----- .-- --- .

t Gainesville Phone: 372-3588 I Pens, T1ingPaper, Erasers Long Bridge . 9 39 1 INSURANCE I NOW F.H.A.-V.A. HOMES:
.. Twilight BowlingTriest I varied. 2 BATHS AT REDUCED RATES NEW IES-BR1CK
-= --T- TELEGRAPH.
-- j7"fi : Ribbons, The I Clerk Charles Darby said AUTO FIRS BOAT: VA-$50 Down

i Polaris Titan' that if it were true, as Roberts BRICK DOYLE E. CONNER VWE FIR 3tt Down
Construction and Gate I INSURANCE AGENCY
pointed out, that the bids would
Chevrolet took two ; Phone 964-4501 DESIGNED FOR MODERN
way games Teams Tied In
: be the same 'because. of state $68.75 month LIVING
'each in the Ladies Twilight tfchg ,
FISHING CONTESTtUP ; Blanding BowlingThe control, there would be no pointin LA RUE CORPORATION
League this week. :Mary Jarvis Read The Classifieds!
Grove Street I Insurance
Gate advertising for the bids in Problems? 1\ JOEL HEARD PH. 964-8641
had high series of 440 for \
way. and Bettie Sprow's 498was Polaris and Titan the first place. He. said he Keystone Heights Call The Man From IF YOUR NAME IS Inquire at 301 E. Call St.
could not understand this since I I FOUND AMONG THE'
teams are tied for second "TRAVELERS"George
.
No Registration FeeREGISTR high for Triest.D REGISTER NOW for adult
\ place in the Blanding Bowling the board had: been,advised to I E. LaRue CLASSIFIED ADS CALL
/ : & W took four games from LaRue Corp. evening classes. Mail your
ask for bids.Roberts :
Murrhee Insurance,' with Joyce League after last Thursday :: Keystone Heights Agt. For AT THE TELEGRAPH course selections to L. H. Gibson
night's session at Starke Lanes. said if the board ,i l "Travelers Ins. Companies"I Drawer 100. Starke. $2.00
Ward high for the winners would vote to award his PHONE 964-8641 I OFFICE FOR A FREE fee per Negro adults
; ..".,': .:. ';' ." com I, 473-4692 Day, course.
I "\ with a 537 series, and high Polaris 3 points from pany the contract he would be 473-4325 Nites TICKET TO THE FLORI- contact Prof. Thompkina. R.J.
won
of 200. Alice Resch hada E. School. tfchg
+ I game the first place Sidewinders to willing to split the. premiumwith Auto Fire Home Business DA THEATRE.FOR ,
; three-game series of 511. =
move from 4th place into a the Johns Agency. I Monthly: Payment Plan BALED HAY for Sale. V. R.
Georgia Wolfe led Murrhee Ferguson, phone 9645571. "
The matter
never came to
Available
... .. tie for 2nd place. Clifton Grif-
with a series of 454. SALE 4t chg 2-14
I ; a vote, 'however, as neither : _
r1 ;
f fis was high for Polaris witha i tfchg.;

I fJ.! '....:il, r:'"..:..'.... Williams Jewelry, paced by 552 series and 230 Roberts nor Commissioner Jerome t. By OwnerIn NEW AND USED-Chain saws
..... .... ""- ). I a game. I
\ ; --- : NOW!! Joan Epps' high series of 422. Johns, whose father owns FOR SALE2 br. concrete $50.00 up. Repairs all makes.
Y.A'
George Winkler had 557 Pinehurst Subdivision
a Series -
I -:. .:!;__: =- took three games from Wells the Johns Agency felt they W' I block home in walking distance -' Lawn mowers sales and ser-
7/ -" Electric. Gerry Everett had. and a 199 game for the should vote I of shopping area and Concrete Block Home, 3 vice. Your"McCUlloch Dealer
i p on the matter. I
# .... .'I Sidewinders.The churches. Furnished Bedrooms & Florida Room Florida Saw Co. 19th Drive
;.,;' > ... high series of 410 for Wells. or un- ,
Since
..
C.ornmissione'rCarl "
WAI.u .: :' :..:.....:. : The ladies were picking up I Titans lost 3 points to Pre- I I furnished. Quiet large lot, 19 Carport & Utility Room.F. N. East, Gainesville. Ca 6-

-- -1 *;. --/ the Vikings with George Wol- trees. Call 969-2845. tfchg 3411. _tfche
: "'; "
ij: the splits Tuesday night like Wi I H. A. Approved
pros. Joan Epps, with Williams fred' leading the winners' Witha W.C.T.J.( J FOR SALE-Reasonable priced FOR SALE: 4" Deming Sub-
531 series and 213 1 used Televisions. ''Refrig Small Down Payment. mersible Pump. Complete with
fROM FEB. 1 THRU MAY 31 Jewelry, picked up the a game. I It t' erators, Washers. Excellent Phone 964-3544 electric cable and control box.
High game for the Titans wasa i
5-8-10, and "Alcohol is an indication of \
Kay Lyon, with t Excellent condition. $195. Ph.
Condition. Bullington Appliances -
Wells Electric the 169 by Bob Drake. t a diseased society rathen than : 717 W. Cypress Street 533-2591. tfcftg
5-10. Ne- j ,: tfchg: ._ .
He Qualified To Enter Your Fish Prior to CatchingIt oma Nelson, with Gateway, The Nike team showed a disease." I l\j-=: : i FOR SALE Starke, Fla. -FOR- -RENT-- : 3 Bedroom- trail-

You WILL NOT Be Qualified After Fish Is 'picked up the 8-10, and Georgia some improvement by win- IDr. A. L. Ruprecht in : er. Also trailer lots for rent

Caught! Wolfe, with (Murrhee, the winning 3 points from the National Voice.] :' I Ready mix concrete concrete BEWARE of buying any encyclopedia Westmoreland Trailer Park. 1

5-10. Chessie Devrick Falcons, with Ray GriffiS block piers fence'! posts, sand before you see nhnnp Qfi -2Ji1.! tf chg.

& W with D high for the winners with a NOTICE :| for FUN : cement,mortar mix,rock steel. WORLD BOOK. Call or writeM. 1 ,
,
picked the
SO REGISTER NOW! 3-10.
Standings up 161 game, and! Clarence Scog- : oyster shell limerock, and roof A. PAYNE, your local rep- Electra-Tronics, Inc.

,,, Gateway Chevrolet Won 23 Lost 9 gins for the Falcons with a TO WHOM IT MAY CON and HEALTH .; gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg resentative since 1956, Box 603 Industrial Division Sales, Service !

171. CERN: ; Bradford Engineering C.. phone 964-3794. tfchg Motors, Gen-
Prize! for Largest Black Bass Triest Const. 20 12 Repairs on
,. D&W 20 12 Standings Won Lost Plovers are missing from' Starke Lanes TRAILER MART YOUR OLD WATCH will erators. Switching and Con-

.". WeJls Electric 15 17 Sidewinders . 24 16 the grave of Mrs. Mary E. Representing a Manufacturers make the down payment on a trots, Welders and Tools Power

RflCO TACKLEBOX ( Williams Jewelry 12 20 Titans . . 21 19 Dyal of Hampton. Whoever :: I: as low as 385.00 down Dahmers beautiful Discount new Bulova House. at Conversion, Transformers.

Murrhee Ins. 6 26 Polaris . . 21 19 was responsible would you I I Highway 100 South on New 55 x 10 wide. We trade tfchg Service and Repairs' to All

NO. 205 U I Falcons . . 20% 19Vz please notify the Immediate PHONE 964-6261 for anything 7 years financing Heavy Industrial Electrical

Vikings . . 172 22% family at once. This has cans. For League Information I with low payments. HYWYNo. Mrs. C. B. RobertsINSTRUCTIONS Equipment

Lawtey Defeats Nikes . . 16 24 ed a great inconvenience. : 17. East Palatka dial 328- 1939 N. E. 27th Ave. G'villt
VALUE $16.98ENTER 1G50 or 325-2048. tfchg.
Local Finance In Virginia. Roark PHONE 372-1280

I Coca-Cola WinsIn FOR SALE Simmons place, MEN &WOMEN NEEDED tfchg.
NOW _
Bantam Cage Play 715 south Westmoreland St. WORK IN

Men's League ; Priced for quick sale. Owner WE DON'T
Health
Lawtey extended their win- Facts leaving town. For information CIVIL SERVICENo Sell help buy.
you we you
Prize for Largest Specked Perch Over Terrell's Gulf contact Williams Jewelers. experience necessary grammar -
: ning streak to three games : Kendrick Smith M. D. writing in the tfchg. school education usually Good selection of new and

by defeating the used 8' and 10' wide Mo-
Local Finance
'
New York Medical Journal the
reported
sufficient. Train at home
7j
Coca-Cola continued their now
BOAT SEATSwivel : Company 32-11, and I winning ways in the Men's ..Afollowing case! FOR unfurnished RENT apartments.Furnished Also and for jobs with security. For details -bile Horne-
LAKE GENEVA
Andrews -
Drugs 27-9. Scott I Basketball League by defeat- "The most severe case of kidney pain unfurnished 2 or 3 bedroom send name, address, phone
& Arm Rests was high man for Lawtey in houses. Reasonable rent. W. H. TRAILER PARK
ing Terrell's Gulf 42-36 and which it has been the fortune of this number to:
the first game with 12 points, Nnllman' Starkp tfchg 1 mi. SE of Keystone Hta.
: while Bill Adams trouncing the Jaycees 50-19. writer to see, one attended by a dozen National Training Service, on Route 100

VALUE $3,5.95ENTER 11 points for his team.scored Billy all Dub Lowrimore scored 13 members of the staff of a great BostonDr. Income Tax Service Box A, Starke, Fla tfchg I

Griffis led Lawtey in the second points for Coca-Cola in the Bofflnger hospital, where surgery was the unani- lOtp-Apr/4 I
first while Osteen had Charles E. Hutcheson WANTEDLady or couple to
NOW- game with 14 points, while game mous advice after exhausting all other regular pro- FOR RENT
I
Furnished A-
12 for Terrell's Gulf. Franky Mon. Fri. After 5 P. M. share my home. Private rooms.
Robby Smith had 5 for the ceedures was cured instantly by spinal adjustment of. partments. 1 & 2 bedrooms. Phone 964-3031. Stella Rho-
losers. Tomlinson led the winners against the 9th dorsal vertabra which out of position."I All we pay lights and water. Con-
You :May Obtain Your Fishing and Hunting License was Day Saturday tact den 4% miles out on Raiford (
the Jaycees with 29 431 Center St.
or Bull1ng-
I
.From Our Sporting Goods Department. In other games during the points, while Buddy Elliott Spinal adjustments often prevent surgery and restore CALL 964-1195 ton Appliances. Phone Day Rd. Rt. 2 Box 72, Starke.

week, Local Finance Co. defeated health after every thing else has failed. 964-6551. Night Itchg
521 Pratt St. Starke
had 11 for the losers.In _
9647191.tfchg
.
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Register Oil 27-20 be- I
See Us For Your Fishing & other action during the
hind Bill Adams who scored Bring Your Health Problems To Chged 412I HASTINGS MATTRESS

I 20 points for the winners while week Terrell's Gulf defeated The Clinic I- PEYTON FLORIST & UPHOLSTERY WORKS '
Bollinger Chiropractic
Needs! Lawtey 44-26 behind the hot FOR SALE-3 bedroom home. 11' S. THOMPSON ST.
Hunting Mike Hewitt had 10 pointsfor :
710 Lemon St. PaLUka
Hardwood tile bath. -
of Osteen who had floors
shooting
the losers. Andrews Drugs 426 N. Walnut Street Starke, Fla. PHONE 964-4155 Furniture
: 18 points. John Bates had 14 Conveniently located. Phone Repaired,
defeated Register Oil 2212to NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022
for the losers. Insurance Cases llcceptedww'S 964-1834. tfchg Upholstered & Refinished
complete the week's sched-
Lawtey"on its game against DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe MATTRESSES REBUILT

: ule. the Jaycees by a forfeit. NEW Wire Flowers Anywhere New Innersprings
StandingsV L GB

NO MONEY DOWN Lawtey . . 3 0- The next league game will HOME FREEZERS tfchz and Box Springs
be Monday. Feb. 11, with the i M. M.
Local Finance Co.. 2 1 1 ; ,$10.00 Down $9.43 mo McRae Drop Us A Card or CU
Terrell's Gulf : _
Jaycees playing -
Andrews Drugs. 1 2 2 I PALATKA EA 5-9168
at 7:15, and Lawtey versus !I -S WINKLER INCOME: TAX SERVICE
Register Oil CO..O 3 3 No.1 1 ; I STARKE 964-5934
Coca-Cola at 8:30. ELECTRIC, INC. SHORT AND LONG FORM

:: Repair Standing WL- GB: ue)7FjNITIIj.4r; I BUSINESS AND FAIDISCIIEDULES MRS. PEGGY SIL'UF.R.Starke. ,
Odom Steer I Agent
Coca-Cola . 7 1-1 : FOR RENT- Very good three "-

Add Rooms Wins At Ocala Terrell's Gulf. 5 32 i;I TV :. i bed room frame house about Mrs. Clarence F. Rhoden WANTED: TOWN CLERK &

--- Carport --- Lawtey . . 3 5 4 13% miles North of Starke on TREASURER (part time!. t

Fat Stock ShowJohn Jaycees . .. 1 7 6 : VAlUE : U. S. 301 $70.00 per month.A. Daily t.M.-9 PJVL Must have knowledge of book ,

Bath Room i J. Thomas, Realtor. Phone 9ei-3031 keeping and typing. Must be {
1126 N.
Ceramics Class ; Thompson resident of Keystpne Heights I Iommunity.
Odom. Bradford High Delia* Mrs. Joyce Futch .

(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIXTURES School vocationalagriculturalstudent CommetStling IOn ACRE FARM Substantial WANTED Mall application
Patio Block
Being Registered : to Wm. J. Dermody, Town
) showed the Reserve __ ,-S 3 bed room frame home Brick Carpentry repairs. Ad. Clerk Box 336. Keystone

Champion steer in the FFA I! All persons interested: hi' close in. paved road just the ditions odd jobs and painting. Heights. 1-31 2tchg

Time To Re-roof Division at the 23rd Annual I the Ceramics Course 19" POHUBIE place to get the children out 15 years experience. Rt. 1 Box :
taking
Southeastern Fat Stock Show! of town and have a pony anda 52, Starke.Fla. 4tp 21PM""SY. SECRETARY WANTED- Age
I from the Starke Recreation 25 to 40. Permanent resident.
in Ocala last February cow or two. Good huntingand
Saturday -
FREE ESTIMATES PETUNIA & CAL-
I Department should registernow and bookkeeping
j Typing filing
2. by calling Mrs. Norma WINKLER ELECTRIC Inc. fishing nearby. Price $9- ENDULA plants for sale-Mrs. required. Write P. O. Box
000. A. J. Thomas, Realtor.
The first year agriculture !\ Badgett at 9645104.A Ferguson phone 964-5571. 2 610. Starke. tfchg

STARK! BUILDERS student a freshman is the son BEADTD7UL GIBSON GUITARS mi. from Starke on Hiway 16
i new class will start in
FOR SALE 2 bedroom house
$39.95. All other gifts [north]. 3tchg 2-14
of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Odomof i
i I March and operate one morn A GOOD SELECTION OF USED TYs and guitars and amphlif iers 30 with bath on 1% acres of
Starke and has shown steers : ing a week for eight weeks. : : FOR RENT- House trailer. land. 5 miles N. of Starke.
percent off at Dahmers Discount
for several years. His cham- I According to the Recreation. 234 N. Temple Ave. Phone 9644301TV I House. Can be moved on your own $2,800. Phone 964-0821.()

SUPPLIES INCa pion steer sold for 45 cents i Department, six people have : : Itchg lot. J. B. White phone 964- Itchg

I per pound and was bought by i already enrolled and only SERVICE THE KIND YOU LIKE EXPERIENCED WAITRESS- 1651. 2t chg 2-7
LOST White and lemon colored
Frank Dceland of : i I ES. Apply in person at Garden
Hickory
four more can register for the
I
Restaurant. tfchg WANTED Saturday and female medium size pointer
: AT S.A.L. DEPOT STARKE, FLA. Hollow Ranch of Spar Flor-,! :March class.Information. Our I Sunday Service station work. bird dog. Missing 2 weeks.Anyone I
Telephone Number in the Yellow Pages of Our MrsIda M. Gentry
I the classes '
on 10 experience with
years Gulf knowing the where
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STAKKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY FEB. 7, 1963

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Accidental Shooting VictimsGun ,:. y, a .k w' .7. ..::.ru .1 .c.I.{ W Home Demonstration Agent Let Us Repair Them REPAIRS

With Quality Materials WATCHKSDIAMOXDSAH
accidents resulted in 259 cas- works. Then he should learn these im ; ,,

ualties in Florida during 1962--55 of portant safety rules: 1)) Carry a gun ; ... : .T f. Home Demonstration Council mental health- that is, you I & Make Them Feel New ; Work Guaranteed
them were fatal. with action and (,99 V.jfM'.9xv. r W: .... n i: .%: h The Brooker Home Demon- must have
open barrel skyward; good physical 1 Court Shoe Repair A. C. Williams I
Already this year Bradford County 2)) load a gun from breech, never put stration Club was hostess to health, a wide range of u>

has had five such accidents- two of ammunition down the barrel; 3)) keep ,. the Council Tuesday of last terests, and able to rise above 126 North Court St. 142 W. Can St.Starke I

I them fatal. All of the accidents here gun and ammunition out of reach o;f week. difficulties. Fla. I
Court House '
involved teen-agers and .22 calibre children; 4)) check gun before cleaning ?kpq Officers elected during the Six rules to shoot for in Opposite I', .I.... .
weapons. Another one occurred this to be sure it is unloaded; and 5)) know business meeting were: President life are: [1] Be realistic. No i
ByGeorge Mrs. R. F. Young: vice matter how
old
how to clean
gun properly. you are, start
week.Of the 55 fatal gun accidents in T. president, Mrs. O. R. Jordan: i now to prepare for retirement.! A 0 0 That's Our Business"If
Secretary 61 L
Miss Enza Blanch-
Florida last year, 19 involved hunters, "Owning a gun involves responsi- Huggins, ard; Treasurer, Mrs. John Develop right attitudes. [21Learn I H U U It's Glass We Have It"
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and 14 of the 19 hunting fatalities bility. Treat every gun as if it were :::._I- '" .. Douglas; and Council Delegate,I Keep to accept change. [3] J CALL WRITE or VISIT
were youths under 18 years of age. loaded. Never point it in direction i ii Mrs. growing mentally. I
any
I Good Rabbit Bait? elation Reference Bureau, Eugene Pearson. There is always something to FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S
Seven hunters died from .22 calibre i you don't intend to shoot. Don't climbor I
I don't know but it workedas this year, made similiar state- Mrs. John Douglas presen learn. [41] Give part of one's
rifle wounds, and four from .410 gauge jump with a loaded gun. When ma- a surprise. Report came in back into the 16th Centuryand ted a program on reading-a self. Be of service to others. I I GLASS CO.NOT

shotguns. ture enough to respect people and pub- from Pete Wainwright up at on up into the"19th Cen leisure interest activity. Those (5] Work toward a goal. [611 i .
If anything is needed to teach the lic property, you're old enough to owna Lawtey that the rabbits were' tury. Pass'the spuds! giving thumbnail sketches of Accept responsibility for your''' ( INC.)
1M )lesson that of kind is nota books were Mrs. Eugene Pearson Joe Peters Glass Co."
a gun, any gun. taking a heavy toll of his Feed Grain Dates own life.Cherry "Formerly
plaything, certainly these figures -__..._, tender and flavored straw- Our farmers are concerned Mrs. O. R. Jordan Mrs. Winks We Design Modern Store Fronts

should be sufficient. "When a boy wants a gun badly. berry plants. Pete sprayed his about the 1963 Feed Grain EIRoy Chambers, Mrs. L. V. The gay red cherries in this Just Mail Us A Pattern For

Taking note of the seriousness, of enough to listen to instructions from plants with parathion to kill Program because. it is so dif Hardin and Mrs. Dave Green. fruit cookie make these a i,! Table Tops

the situation, th Florida Game & his father or a camp instructor, has aphids. Next morning he pick- ferent from the past two Mrs. L. V. Hardin showed "must" at Valentine's and besides i 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353

Fresh Water Commission pointed out learned to obey and practice all safety ed up eight rabbits! years. the group how to make cor- they are very delicious.. I

this week that lack of (training in firearms rules, has been drilled in handling a Now, what we need to knowIs In most cases it is necessary "' sages of camellias Two and one-fourth cup

r safety is the cause of many ac- gun in the field or on a target range, how much residue Is acceptable I, for you to make a trip: At the covered dish lunch- sifted flour 1 teaspoon baking

cidents every year. The Commission is and has been accompanied on hunting by the pure food into your ASCS office to find eon everyone who ate the powder, onehalf teaspoon bak-

encouraging all parents to require their trips by an adult, then he's about ready law, so we might put the rabbits out just how it will work for sweet potato souffle were surprised i ing soda, onehalf teaspoonsalt STARKE

children to have such training BE- for a gun of his own." in the frying pan and your farm. If you are inter- to learn Miss Ross I threefourths cup soft
FORE freezer Understand that rab- ested in the 1963 and made it from dehydrated sweet butter BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO
giving them access to guns. program or margarine, 1 cup
bit meat is high in potato flakes. The potato
As a result of such accidents in In addition to these admonitions low in calories. proteinand you do not completely under- tasted like they had been ,. -sugar-". .2. eggs, 2 tablespoons I.
; Bradford County in recent weeks, two there is also the fact that parents are Tax Time Troubles sand it, come on into the office freshly dug. Sweet potato mult, 1 teaspoon vanilla fla
held and talk about it. voring, 1 cup chopped nutmeats -I' REPAIRS AUTO SERVICE
teen-age dead two
boys responsible under Florida law
are young Can be made much easierif I flakes are a new product developed
girls seriously wounded by bullets for the action of their children with you get one of our 1963 You have until March 22 to I through research by 1 cup finely cut pitted I .___

through the head, and another boy I gung. As mentioned in this column Farmers Tax Guides. It is designed make your request. Don't wait the United States Departmentof dates onethird cup finely cut I, Starke'sCities

was wounded in the thigh. No wonder last week, the law provides that: "The to give you the most and get into the rush. You Agriculture in New Or thirds Mararschino cherries, two-, Earl's Garage Service StationJ.
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might want to talk about it cup corn flake crumbs !
the Game Commission i is urging par use for any purpose whatsoever of BB complete information for leans. The flakes are precooked 12 Maraschino in'I'I ALL KINDS OF
ments. The information dates cherries, cut
i ents to train their children in the proper guns, air rifles, and 22-calibre rifles by your benefit. It is just as and all you do is add hot quarters. I I AUTO REPAIR WORK C. Gardener, Prop.
and then think about it few
use of guns before turning a dead- any child under the age of 16 years is good, and maybe better, thana days. a water and seasoning. Unfor- (1] Sift together, fl our, All Work Guaranteed General E'cIyIechanlcal:\ Automatic Service

ly weapon over to them. prohibited unless such use is under the publication you might pur- tunately this new productisn't baking powder soda and salt. Phone 969-2961 Repairs -
You Ever Hear Transmissions
Progressive Farmer magazine re- supervision and in the presence of an chase. It is free to you but on the market yet. [21 Blend butter and sugar; So. Walnut. Stark Service Products
That Pities
a good story teller is
Time
you do need to ask for it. For Living
cently sponsored contest for letters adult. add
a eggs and beat well. Stir in
Phone or write_ us__ and____ well.._ a person who has a good Have TIRESBATTERIES
you been listening to
from the Also adult un. milk
youngsters on subject, "When : "Any responsible for and hopes other and vanilla. Add sifted 705 N. Temple Starke
memory people
I mail it
Should A Boy Have A Gun." the welfare of any child under the age to you. Even better, haven't. the new series of programs on dry ingredients together with AUTO SERVICE PIIOXE 964-9911 .
come by and pick up a copy. retirement "Time for Living?"
from 'of 16 who nutmeats dates and finely
Following
are excerpts some years knowingly permits Irish Potato News That you judge a man not
of the replies. received: such child to use or have in his pos- by his clothes; but 'by his I have, and I think all of you cut cherries; mix well. [3] Dodd's Service &
Read an article the other would
benefit from it. It is
on Gilbert S. Brown
Shape dough into balls using
session any BB gun, air rifle, or 22- wife's clothes.
..day that sure will cause us Channel 5 every Thursday at 1 level Auto Sales
"One of the first things a boy calibre rifle in violation of the pro- to respect the popular "spud.: That none of the rules for 9:30: p.m. The last programwas tablespoon dough for Standard OH Service Station
visions of sub-section ((1)) of this success will work if don't. each; roll in corn flake Rambler Sales & Berries
should do before owning a gun is go sec Seems that the writer, a you on Mental Attitudes and crumbs. Place
on greased bak ATLAS
hunting with his dad several times to tion, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, prominent Harvard historian, That >imong the. many. puzzling Retirement. sheets. GENERAL REPAIRINQInternationAl
learn important safety rules. For ex- and upon conviction thereof shall be can prove that whenever there word in the English Dr. Thornberry intervieweda with ing one-fourth Top each Maraschino cookie TIRES & BATTERIES Llfetimt

punished by a fine of not than was a noted rise in the con language is economy which
ample: Don't load your gun until you more psychologist and both said cherry. [4] bake in moderate Budget Terms Road Service Mufflers
get to area where you expect to hunt; $300 or by imprisonment for not longer sumption of Irish potatoes, means- large size in soap pow- that one must have a good oven [375 degrees F.] about FIRESTONE

never shoot unless you see your tar than 30 days. there. was a spectacular rise ders and the. small size in au mental outlook in order to 12 minutes or until lightly Phone 964-7071 Tires Batteries. Acc,.s orlea

get clearly; lay your gun down before Five serious gun accidents in one in population.This tom bil s. accept change gracefully To browned. Yeild: about 4 dozen 407 N. Teirple. Stark 528 S. Walnut 964-SS81

crossing a fence; unload your gun small county in the space of a few was noted in Europe, That the best' way to kill do this one must have good cookies, 2 inches in diameter. I
\ when finished hunting, and give it a weeks would indicate that either the in China, and even in areas I time is to get busy and workit

1 good cleaning:' proper training is not being given to in the United States. The Pop- to deathFormer's.

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youngsters prior to presenting them. 1 1'F ,; .

"Before owning a gun, a boy should with -a deadly weapons, or ,the proper' GET A .. -
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be responsible and mature enough to supervision is not being administered DiaryBy .,> ; ;"3 .

realize the dangers of gun misuse after the guns are placed in their + ;y BUY YOU ;.

First of all, he must know how a gun hands. Sam McGarvey ,

WONTH3KGET .iiAx '

This It How It StartsA I all we need is for a black ..

cloud to appear' on the hori- -

few days ago the editor receiveda It's like economy. Everybody's for zon, and lifce magic puddles t
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letter from one of his newspaper's it-especially if it affects somebody' spring up.automatically.All :' imimiiuiiiMiHiHiiiqin i.

readers and advertisers substantial
a else.Writing pj which is fine, pro .
booster of this country.The thought-provoking edi- viding the berries are on high
letter said its author believed torials is hard work. Trying to achieve enough beds. Using: plastic

J in supporting a newspaper that takesa peace of mind with some of the things i plastic mulching there is !a

stand on the issues of the times, but you've felt compelled to put down on The good fairy Spring dan- tendency to cut down the

that a recent editorial expression dif- paper is not a simple task. Trying to ced lightly around our place height of beds, we are told, FORD DEALER ANNUAL

fered so far from his thinking that he, maintain a newspaper in which the this week, touching plants and if they are on low beds

in good conscience could no longer sup community can take pride in the face with her magic wand, and now the plants must be stand- .

I port this newspaper. He ordered his of rural decline and decay; fighting blooms on the jasmine vines. ing in water.. D D
advertising stopped.It people who do not really want an editor On her brief trip, we hope d

is a sad reflection of the timeswe but a polly-parrot trained to make Spring had the good sense to Only one week to go to the

are in and of the sincerity of pur change, has taken most of the fun out wear long woolen wha-cha traditional Feb. 14 plantingdate
callus because there's a lot of when the early growers
pose of so many self-proclaimed disciples of being a smalltown publisher. sickness going around, and the "dare the frost,',' by planting REMEMBER LAST YEAR? ONCE AGAIN COLD WEATHER UP NORTH ALLOWS EXTRA SHIPMENTS OF
_of press freedom.It When the time comes that this edi cold returned Monday. tender like beans,
i all boils down to one simple fact. tor can no longer write how and what squash,crops and cukes.green Led on by BRAND-NEW FORDS DOWN HERE-ALL PRICED TO MOVE! MAMMOTH BUYS FOR YOU! IMMEDIATE

Many people approve of freedom of expression he feels about conditions in his .
own visions of $4 beans, $5 squash,
so long as it coincides with community without too DELIVERIES! EQUIPPED JUST AS YOU LIKE! FOR A TRUNKFUL OF SAVINGS, HURRY IN RIGHT NOW!
worrying Sam got knocked in the and $6 cukes, the growers
their own thinking. But once the views much about where the money is com- head with it some kind of gambles, and all too often

expressed become contrary to their ing from to meet the bills, a Golden 'flu, it felt like- and spent loses on the attempt. r------E, .

own, they find that freedom of the Era will have come to an euJ in Galla- four days in bed with the electric Trade now for a hand

J press is a burden far too hard and tin Sadly, it is an era which has already blanket so high it toas State Forester "Hux" Coul- _- some new middleweight .

costly to bear. ended in far too many communities ted him brown in spots. May- ter says 65 million slash pine --- Fzirlant! Big-
By this individual's own action he in this land. be an attachment is needed on seedlings are already sold out. .
at
car advantages'
has contributed further to the destruc- Futher, if the time ever comes those things, so that like aI I He said some supplies of long .":9.Q9' M p ; compact COlt. Ninemodelsincluding

tion of a valuable freedom he professed when a Gallatin editor has to prostitute toaster, it would pop you out leaf, loblolly, red cedar, Ari- '

to cherish as i if)', indeed, it wouldbe the principles of freedom of ex' of bed when you are 'done.: I zona cypress and catalpa are ''; :,i< new middleweightwagons
still available
possible for one person to see eye pression to keep advertising in the and.harcttPs.L .

to eye with every other person on every I paper we hope he chooses to dig dit A mockingbird is nesting in
issue. waif ches.--Gallatin North Missourian The Soil' Conservation Dis
a clump of myrtles in our . .
trict is looking for heavy-
front yard. And from morn-
Methodist Church Club :supper and business COMMUNITY CHURCH duty pulltype rotary mower till either he or his :
ing night, 1 Save on a big Fordl I
to the District's whichis
meeting, Fellowship Hall, 7 KEYSTONE HEIGHTS replace wife is busy chasing other Enjoy Ford Golexte's!
"tore up. If you have one .
Schedule for week of Feb. pjn.
Dr. A. C. Holt Minister. you want to sell, or know of birds away. Like the poor -- new $10 MUJ'oi! i!! Ride_

10: Tuesday-Wesleyan Service :Mrs. George A. Canova organist where a good one can be obtained hungry warblers who try to d '.. ; ', ? ? ,. :"; in a luxuriout ,
Scout SundayChurch
Boy Guild February business meeting get some of the myrtle berries
and director. John Hud contact any of the hardtop, wagon or
School for all ages, 9:45: a. m. 7:30 who try again and again
p.m. Youth Director. convertible alt! with
son, SCDS's: Lonnie Harley, Zed- i. -
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Morning Worship. 11 a. m. but old hard-nosed mocker
Snack for 6 WednesdayPrayer Meeting Sunday School 9:30: a m. da Hamilton,Foster Shi Smith, service-savino fea-
Supper MYF p.
runs them off hi a harry
m. Youth Meetings. 6:30: pan. and Bible Study 7:30: p. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Legion Morgan or the writer turesl
m. Youth .
Groups, 7 p.m.METHODIST
Evening Worship. 7:30: p.m. Tobacco seedlings coming
Monday Methodist Men's Thursday Prayer Group Alice got some plants
pansy right along, and it won't be
meeting. Fellowship Hall, 9:30: CHURCH and set them in Novem
out too long before they will be setout
THE RIGHT POINT for the a.m. ;
Hour
Story for Primary MELROSE
ber. Well, along came that"bad" in the field. Then begins
way you write. Come la and Dept., 3:15: p.m. Junior Choir En. Kenneth
W. Griffith
freeze in December that the long worry that doesn'tend Now's the time to geL a
select your favorite ESTER- rehearsal 3:15: p.m. Junior Faster \
got about everything and the until the grower gets his i wagon from America'swaggn
BROOK Fountain. Pen.. TELEGRAPH. High MYF Valentine Party
Sunday School 9:45
: a.m. -
y- pansies went right on as check at the warehouse. specialist!

Fellowship Hall, 7 pan. Worship 11 a. m. though it was nothing but a M .... ,. M u """'. Choic* of 15 wagons

chilly spelL Alice says they Have you noticed that this ? 1 in 4 sizes includingthe

I pRlp have borne flowers right season has been almost a succession 't} Ford Galax
q through the winter and have of rainy stormy Sun : -;. Country Sedan illustrated

4 been a great delight. Looks days. Another oDe this week,, here.
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH like pansies can really take it. with more. rain and then as
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usual it turned off cold.
ESTABLISHED 1879 She is also very happy with .

Q C FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CON her narcissus bulbs which are No real berry production
(q ION 1963 TINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD blooming now. She says they yet, and we'll bet that when BE SMARTu.BUY SMART! P. S. YOUR PRESENT CAR DOES NOT HAVE TO BE PAID FOR!I.

require very little care, multi this crop starts to produce
E. L. MATTHEWS EDITOR AND PUBLISHER ply rapidly,and that she would there'll be a lot of berries pick-

like to have a big bed of themThere's ed and sold. At least we hope
PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED As SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE .
so, for that.money
POST OFFICE: AT STARKE. FLA. UNDER ACT OF MARCH ]. ts7 TERWILLEGAR
MOTORS
water, water every sure is important.
where around the Lawtey sec

IN TRADE AREA ONE YEAR 3.00 Six MONTHS $t.7s tion now and if you want a Undy Laundry and Dry

OUTSIDE TRADE AREA ONE: YEAR 3.so Six MONTHS $2.00 drink of it. there's plenty for Cleaning Ban Point Pan 59e 206 West Madison Street Starke, Florida

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Stoke of Miami were shgpp- If

KEySTONE HIGHLIGHTS r.d MELROSE'By GRANDIN ing in Q mesTille Wednesday.

_- _--w I ; .. Course Completed I Christine Brantley. daughter ,!
JJy Mary efftri ._ After of| Mr. and Mrs. Eugene I I
.K..5< \ i* ,' Mrs, RzthhalaN'flyvyvyyvyytvyvyyVY1 BT Cbark Jtne thtkiVYTyVYyYTYyYYVYYYTYTVI -
1 On Feb., 4 the; Clay County i I Brantley celebrated her llth
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&&LAAAAA44JLL4AAL..AAAAAAAAA4AAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAjCard r- Civil Defense completed a birthday with her family on

I t crash program oflnstruction Metros, flflTi' Friday. Feb. 1. .
t club, Miss Ilene Strkkiand. bride,
Parties Given '(Ceystone Men _'* i 'ft for radiological monitoring ,oflthai The scholarship committee. i Miss Loretta Luke of Pa
By Woman's Club 'I I "4. elect of Elmer Lee Fulghum :; j
l latka the weekend with
For the Woman's Club 'On Committee i t fa -out for the .county of the. Melrose. Woman's' Club, I Jr., was honored) last Tuesday i spent tf
.. Card 1 I ii4 fire departments law ,enforcement .- met Wednesday morning) to p.1gVitti a 'rnscellane4l'bridal I .Mrs. Callie Rye. !
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Party ft} the_ Masonic HaU, Of 100 In ClayTwo I agencies'school: ,person: complete plans for awardinga shower, given by" choir'qiembers "'! Mrs. S. B. Brantley and }, i

Jan. 31, Mrs. Fremont Tollea.a.nd t d -.- nel. Clay County .Civil Defense scholarship ;o a'senior in p of P ran Baptist! f( Mrs. Weldon Brantley visited }
Mrs. Al Nelson had L. ,
artistically Keystone Heights men .J u : 't : citizens band.oP; rators1 Melrose High School. ', Church, at the' home of Mr. '; Mrs. Rebecca Bjantlfy at her ,
arranged cainelias have been named officers of r city and Clay ElectrIc. home in M lroSt Saturday. ''I
personnel This; ,is the. first year that and Mrs. B. J. Alderman. Pink '!i :
and green foliage along the the newly organized Clay I 1 off1cj? ,. county agencies the, club ,has offered ,this award and white glads were arranged -' Rebecca was ill with a v\rus I
; window: ill$. Plum blossoms County Committee of 100. and 'citizens '
; other Clay -.County I and .funds'w re raised throughout the living and I t infection.
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and' cameiias were arrangedon Tommy Millican, acting as- New Officers Of Clay County .Senior I :interested in\ 'detecting through voluntary assessment dining rooms. Mints nuts, i' Johnny Lynn Mikell .53home ,

the piano and the tea.table ectric Cooperative, was elected I and.reperyns tfcaU-ouVleyT of each club member and pro- I i coffee from the Univ. of Fla. "
I and a' parfait were ser-
and. the gift table.The vice chairman of the groupat Council Of Home Demonstration ClubsMrs. el in Clay .- weekend. !
County. during. ceeds fronj 3 114 .tjme! y ude. t''ved' I for the ,
party' was In two sessions a meeting last Friday in 4 emergenciesA- r' vile l sljovf' held recently.' Margaret S1aeFFA to the 15 choir members Mfs. Lorene\ Clay ar 4 Son of I
; one ,in the, afternoon, Beulah Hollingsworth agent. : in !1 and guests who included Mrs. ind
Green Cove Springs.C. f total of 86 persons Selection_ o t'stu 4.e1.t11. b I. palatka; ""ereismn: Mr.
another in the evening. Manyof J. (IPete] O'Connor, Key- i of Doctor's Inlet [at right in After their election! fie 'jew Say: County recived.th'l6hour -: based 'character,' a gttr rf Sweetheart i, M. M. Strickland. :t1Of hQQ1e. Mrs. B. J. Alderman Saturday. .I(
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the husbands attended in stone realtor, was named sec above photo] was elected pres- officers were installed' by.: ,S: -course conducted' by'Lev and' need.i This scholarship 1.1 At !Melrose l High and Mrs. G. C. Conner, Starke, I Ir I Kathy Gornto is now employed
the vening. They were ident of the Clay County Sen- Nelson. I Ii [mother and grandmother of'
especially retary. I Muir, radiological training of! fpr: students"Who wish to Center : r at Clay Electric, working -

I appreciative ol the refreshments. C. H. Scarbrough of Green ior Council of Home Demon i short frajnin coyrjse Wp., ficer. and i 30 have re eive1 nursing, *vocational". or trad; i Miss Margaret Slade was I! MIsS Strickland; M s. lmer \in the accounting department -
stration Work on Tuesday, presented, and L. Fulghum ST. and Mjwi
a reytpw pf tb I
of partial training, spools 'as''weU those
is chairman
Cove. Springs : } ( bq? !Jected Melrose pigh School'sFFA .
i Much of the credit for the Jan. 22, at the Middleburg officers :handbooks 'was fallowed J Birlene. Fulghum} of Palatka.
the group which expanded The basic i plan, fo; Clay desire, 'to,'i to cojlege." The Sweetheart last Friday I' Mrs. Minnie Rye of Palatka
this latest Woman's I' Civil :Building, by'a film Covering I r mother and sister ol Mr. Fulg
of ,
success
good
from the former Clay County County Civil Defense: radio-r club 1 hope? to1make this.. a. afternoon after j .spent couple. of days with
Club undertaking-goes Mrs. Other officers pictured are; communication. competingI hum. The vie I logical divides..tb with'
Committee of 25. Dr. M. C. monitoring contihutapr'scholarship.. three other I klrs. Callie Rye this week. {
Herbert Nelson, general chairman Mrs. Grace Brozek Meadow- A kitchen Band, eompose 4 j event of M&rch |t 7:30: pl
Is county into three equal
see
Mayhugh of Green Cove Membto of t hf scholarshipeommijtee contest presented before the I Rev. and Mrs. Clarence
and Mrs.. Leo LeBlanc, brook Club. treasurer; .Mrs. of members of the Keystone :01. at the Pawn Baptist,
I. treasurer. fiona: the, upper .thir.au\re rer lft&.t W; student body. I .Klnzer, missionaries on furfl J
ticket at Grandin.
Church
Heights Club
chairman. Other mem- Agnes Cuendet Keystone entertained the
The committee pledged assistance 1; middle;\ .s ti91J. rMe4..U; M(>or.e.. chahan; M s. U. 'PVogh ..Miss:Slade, won the title oh Schneble of tough from Tanganyika left \
bers were "behind the scenes"workers Heights, secretary; Mrs. May- I group with selections of Mrs. ophie
j to the state in locating song !and the lover: third Area, jian& : )4 rs- .G, M. fJl n. J.r'J the irpund of general autr.tali.1t1 .I Thursday for Akron, Ohio _nd
donating prizes, belle Manning. Middleburg played on kitchen utensils.The ,,
industry at the Green QvU.Pecisc; mqqtte..Q nd 4Mrs. 'U. 9 e egU :..' and stage ppearance.She > other cities in the North. Mrs. \j
sandwiches and cookies, as Council Delegate; Mrs. Chris- Middleburg and
Club served wjth: his parents Mr. {
.. .il1lt WOIIlVq'S' wl1' drew a sketch and pantomimed Kinzer is Mrs. Eugene Brant.ley'
naval which the Club '
Cove base,
well acting hostessesfor tine Wilson. Hilltop Cl b. ; .. .
as as as hostesses for a covered dish ,:Fi; 1a1'f1\,.tu ba, ,ewrr : ; : Mrs. Tom Spurlock. .
state is buying from the federal meet: 6'at the clubr two records. sister.
the two plays. Green Cove Springs vice I luncheon.The gen y Derating ,centers to February Mrs. Pat Glisson and daugh .
in the afternoon door prizes -1 government. president; and Mrs. Margaret' ; house. TJie .program ;ift The othef contestants wereCathy Jimmy Rye of Grandin and
next meeting will be eaeJ$ as follows..Qra.ng?,,Paj ''wVbster ter, Melame.' of Wanrenton. 11
were won by Mrs. Fern Nelson. home demonstration i with the Keystone Club. to obtain fallout: data for Communism' vs.' Americanism' runner-ruo,,! Va., and Mn. Eddie Joe Johnny Prevatt of FJorahome f

Hanson, Mrs. Bea Cooper Area I, Green ,Cflve Springsfpr as {aught' on a, local leyej by who presented a monologue;: Wainright and sons pf Wash- went to see Johnny's! mother II
279 will be held Committee ", Harry" Jackson school Marian Fregricksson, who South Carolina over the
Mrs. Hazel McKay. In the Chapter .Indians Win .Two' ,: Area, II. and. Keystone high ington, D. C. spent setera] in ..
Tuesday Feb. 19, at the Ma- pja.ye4. "Last Date" on the'pi. ....efk nt1.
evening Julius Hanson Miss political science teacher. Bun-
Of Troop 105 Games Heights for Area HI. Keystone days with Mr. and Mrs. '
Sally Mansfield Stanley La- sonic Temple. This ceremonyis During Week will ftlso. ,receive! : fall-out information .Hostesses for the luncheons io, and' Sara Baldwin WbQang yph Kelley Rev- and Mrs. Paul Travis

Coste, and Louis Kyle won thedoor open to the public and will Hears Good ReportA For 7-6 RecordThe from the, other two meeting will be "Sw .nnee" and, danced Mr, and Mrs.: Prank Niche ahd son were dinner guests'of

I prizes. There were also take place after the chapter areas and.' correlate information Alftjfson,. Mr George Rippey the Charleston. qlas of Tampa\ vpitied\ her Mr., and Mrs. B. J. Aldermanon

prizes for each table. meeting, at approximately good, report< was turnedin Keystone Indians tip. received from state and :Mrs, .S,. Sashoff and Mrs. J. Miss Blade was presented parents, Mr. and Mr. AF. Sunday.

Woman's Club Meeting 8:30: p.m.Estreffita. I by Scoutmaster Barry Wy- pad the scales on the winning U.S. government sources for WUy) ms, Chairman. With a bouquet; of Sweetheart Tyre. recently.Mr. People going through Gran- .

Set, For Feb. 13 Notice man at :a meeting of Troop side of the ledger Tuesday study anp;dissemination. tp all Mdroee PTA Meetinr rpses, and the other contes- and MrsJ. H- SlPp{ din' nowadays will have to 'II
.
The monthly business meeting Members of the Estrellita : 105, Committee on Jan. 29. night beating Taylor High cpunty areas.: .'The regular meeting of the tants received corsages. visited relatives, and friends. look good to be sure they are "

of the Woman's: Club wil! Club will meet Wednesday, I The Scoutmaster reported. [Pearson] 46-39 to gain a, The' Keystone" headquarters! Melrose PTA was held Monday -, During intermission, :Mrs.. in Ocala Monday.' in Grandin. On Wednesday .

be held in the educational Feb. 13, at the Masonic Hall an enrollment of 45 boys in season's record of 7 wins and has 60 radiological monitoring night. Jan. 28, in the Frances Stephenson home Henry B. Crenshaw of Flora- the big Live Oak tree *as ,)

building of the Community at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Estha Stringer the troop. with six new members 6 losses.It instruments: available for use school auditorium. Gilbert economics teacher presentedthe home spent Tuesday with Mr. taken down to make way for

Church on Tuesday, Feb. 12.: president, will preside added since September. was a winning week for in Clay County As soon as Reed, president presided. Betty Crocker Homemakerof and Mrs Ray Birt. I the Jacksonville road to go

at 2 p.m.The Final plans for a fried chic- Advancement is good and finances -: the Indians with a- 67-46 victory these have 6een calibrated After tjje business>i meeting, Tomorrow award to Carol :Mrs. Jfettie' Mann is recuperating -f through. This tree has )been;

Executive board will ken supper to be held March are sound, but more. over St. Joseph's 'Academy ghecked, they will be Issuedto Clarence {lolden, school principal Rothhammer, who made the at the home of her a landmark in Grandin for about -

I meet in the same place at 1 2 will be on the workboards, money is needed the Scout- of St. Augustine. last radiological] teams in the gaye a, talk proposed highest score on a test taken son-in-law and daughter, Mr. 60 years. It sure looks

p.m., I Just prior to the business Hostesses for refreshmentsand master said. He also reportedthe Friday night. county on a fair-share basis schoo J legislation the 1963 by senior girls in December. and Mrs. Schular P. Cox, after bare over by Sides' Staf Ion

meeting. social hour will be Mrs. need for a new American Bob Jackson. with 14 points in each area.: In addition," the legislative session. An explanation The cheerleaders, did several a brief stay in BapUit M*. ,ut I; ,guess: we'U' get used, to it.PARA. ,

It is expected there will be Edith Thornquist and her sister flag and were a troop named flag to and committees was high scorer for the Indians ., lr 1i'fiChools at Green, Cove of the "Minimum\ routines at the end of the mortal" Hospital in Jackson, .' I ." BAPTIST CHURCH
and
I try and Orange Park have' Foundation Program for Florida program.: i iI
further ,news regarding then Mrs. Ruth Ohlson. in Tuesday's game 'in complete '. yule GRANDIN FLA.
d, clubhouse.) Every member Special Events PlannedFor secure these. the Melrose gym. Jimmy Mc- set of instruments available Schools" was included in The; Mustangs played a* ,I Mrs, F. L. Whatley ,ot Tllm-i
.. ,Plans were made for obser- : : for the talk and discussion gainst Bronson last Friday t
should pot miss this opportunity Scout Murtry was runner-up with use.Information whIeihllowed. I pa "y\&ita\ her parents, W. .Rev. Paul Travis Pastor:
to give support and cooperation Boy Week vance of ,National Boy Scout. 12. Clint Newman of on obtaining night and Hawthorne Satur- and Mrs. W. L. Brinson, Wed t

to Mrs. Sara McDonald Several special ev nts are Week, Feb713.. the Taylorled 'booklets on fall-out or the "The! following slate of offeers }- day night. nesday. Sunday School 10 i m.
for the
in her splendid untiring planned in observance of Boy W. M. Beam was appointed ning, with scoring 18. eve- purchase of instruments to wa elected, for, the 1983- ,. . Mr. and Mrs. J.-:. W. Spence I Morning Worship. 11 t.m.

work as building chair- Scout Week. Feb. 7-13. secretary of the Troop Committee The Indians were "up" for determine.amount of radia.t 64 school year: Gilbert Reed, .tenburg. S. C.: :rec? tly. and daughter, Linda. and Mrs. Training: Union. 6:30 p. m.

man, and to the president All members of Troop 105 and the following the and the tion absorbed ijy !individuals president: Harvey Finn, first Dick; ) Spurlock return to Mildred; Jones of Tampa visited I Evening worship, 7:38: p. m
game won
game
Mrs. Fein Hanson. and her and' .their families are invited schedule- of meetings. was... .announced #n; the .boards, outreboundingthe may be obtained by calling vice-president; Clarence HoJ-I Greenbank. W. Va. Wednes? Mr. 3 iid. M s. w. O. Pres-i f Midweek Prayer Meeting Wed
to covered dish to be
a -
committee. So. "just around: supper :: Keystone Heights; 473-4260; or den, second vice-president; day after spending vacation (Continued on Next Page) nesday. 7:39: p.m.
held in the Community Church Board visitors. Mrs. Reed I 111II_.0- ___ ... ..,. ...-.... __
the corner" is the news people of Reviewsecond writing to P. O. Box 126, Key- Josephine secretary r --
have been waiting for. Kindly educational building at 6:30 Tuesday each month. The Keystone girls also won stone Heights.esting1 ; and Mrs. Lois Williams, _

attend. p.m. Tuesday Feb. 12. Following Court of Honor last their game from Taylor 29- i treasurer.
28. To make it KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE
"family
a
the a special -
Hostesses; for the social Cupper pro- Thursday of every other p'rogram. The room count was won
night" affair, Janie McMurt-
hour following the meeting gram will be presented by the month. On March 29, the Area by MrsLollie. Crenshavf's ,

will be Chairman Mildre4 boys.On Troop Committee second ry scored 12 points for tije: Meeting of the Florida first grade and' by Mrs. C. C.lo1den's .
Scout Feb. 10, girls- the same total her Fellowship -
Sunday
King. assisted by Mrs. Mary ; twelfth
Thursday of every other of .grade. Mrs. BV.SIIES.IJJIEJcTGRY.A.
LaRue and Mrs. Sylvia O'Connor. -! all Scouts of Troop 105 will month. brother Jimmy sank for the I Women will Community be held at Church 10 James L. Price. Jr, and Mrs. -
a.m.
attend services at the Community boys. James Lively served refresh _. .. ._ .
in the Church. Luncheon will =- '
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in uniform. r-
Church. Beat St. r-- ;
Installation JosephIn
OES be at 12 noon in the educ- ments in the cafeteria after
Installation of officers of Pictures PicturesWho's make funny faces andsup- last Friday's game, Billy tional building. Church Men- the meeting. APPLIANCES MlLLWORf\ J RESTAURANTSLake

the Order of Eastern Star Got the Pictures? posedly take pictures of the Carnes and McMurtry were will have a separate i Honor RollStudents J .. .' .- r I I .
Perhaps some of the gals in small fry. In two weeks he high in the double meeting. at
Melrose 'y.
figures
for Mrs. David Nelson is general High T Service CenterJ. Keystone
our town are unduly alarmed, said, he would be back with .
gchop.1 who Brooklyn
Keystone. .
made the
Are You McMurtry. a junior chairman. She is also honor ,
PreparedTo but not without reason. The beautiful 9x12 prints for all : and two-year letterman, .toOk president of the Women's past Division roll for the third si; weeks R. TInES, Proprietor i
first week in January a rather the mothers.To Authorized Motorola Philco MUlw9rk Shop Restaurant
arid ,
honors with period
Live? 25 points, of Fellowship. Most interesting jnpnrie the following; ,
insistent fellow went from be entirely fair we must Carnes, a three-year senipr speakers the Straight A's: Lloyd Baldwin Sales and Servic DOORS I t rSTEAKS
ASK YOUR.G1LF MAN door to door selling couponsfor say that the price are on Sen-ice On All Makes'TV CABINET -
of the large letterman, hit for 20. program. and David, Gab.oardi, 7 t bgrad CHOPS
$1 each to mothers of print wasn't $2. but $1.98. The St. Joseph was leading at Sund yFeb.. 10 ; Jean Lively 9th grade'; RADIO STEREO WINDOW FBAMESSCREENS
will
be
L. R. BRAULT small Seafoods Orders Tp Qo
children who would, in Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals
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coupon was only 98c. as we recall they end, of the first period, Boy Scout Sunday and aH and Carol Rpthhammer, 12tb -
PHONE 473-4131: turn, present coupons to a Since St. William's Hall 12-11. But Keystone Heights, 473-4651 MaterfelaP OPEN
Keystone Trim
got hot members of Troop 105 will be grade; All A's and B's: Marlene -

I Jax Hiuay 21 \?..t''t.P."!.*?, daj.photographer Upon receipt the; of following another was I who used got for paid the? operation and went for 19 points to thevisitors' seated together at the morning Odom Cecelia Sparkman, !AUTO SERVICE ;ash Made T. Ordef T Day A. M. tilt Mldnite
We don'knowJ 3 in the second pe.. services.Dr. Michael .Thomas,. and Naomi i ,
I $_ dollar. the photographer would and since we are riod. Keystone Heights 473-4285 1-4 Mi. N. of Ktopllte
David' R. Holt young- Vaughn, 7th grade; Bill Harris i I'i Terrell'sGulf
known to be a member of that Keystone went one better and Robert
est son of Pastor and Mrs. A. McGuire, 8h Keystone Heights *
church we have had a ,num- in the next to last period, C. Holt, was guest speaker at grade; Sara Baldwin. Pamela ServiceNew NURSERY
r ,.. ,..
ber
of ,,
inquiries concerning scoring 20 points. and, St. the 11 A'<>lnAlr___ '._w>rvipi.__. nn Run... Maston. Steve .Morri and w---1 I r .w
n n. --- --- & Used Tires .
the date of receipt of the al-I Joseph came back with 17. .,I day. Feb. 3. He is pastor of Hilda. Wise, 9th grade; Glenda, ioQ REAL ESTATE '
Sizes
All
From $
DoKOU ready-paki-for pictures, etc. ,. The faulty second period prov- the First Presbyterian Church Nobles .and Bbs McLaughJin. Up Batteries- Acces. Clemens Nurserycirrni
abrioAtipn -
But, like all the other parish ed to be the difference ; in Waynesboro. ,10th grade Donna i -
: in the Va. and. for: ; Marsh, if
A. I
OPEN. 7 M. 7:80 P.
oners we know [ mg fzjsa to ,tjt.'i
nothing. Wedon.t contest. swinging the gamp tp the past two weeks has been )llth. gratje;, Margaret Slade 1 :1
even know the name of Keystone.In teaching at the Presbyterian and _Ellen. cqtt .12tb grade. Keystone Heights, 4734279 'some In fruit, Canned or Bare- C. J. Pete Q'ConnorBEALTOB :

the company- or where, they the preliminary eyent Training School in Tampa. Library NT'w; Electrical Contractors ".

Know'nnai.onE' knows come from! As far as anyone the Keystone gins defeated 'The annual Park-of-the- TheuLjbrftry: ,Board ,of theM .. ,,_ .. root.ul 3 for f 1.00 to $1.00 ea.Iliway .

we didn't get, a per. Lake City 42-30 behind l the 11 Palms luncheon of the Community : rose Public Library met Jackson Electric Co.ELECWCAL SEAL [ESTATE

'. hope centage no of one the will"take"hold. it Ws points of Jennie Campbell Churchwomen will beheld I last week and_ made plans f dr !; CONTRACTOR 100 a{ Hillcrestliggiof: .1)MORTGAGES. AFpftAJSAtS

against This Saturday night 'the on Monday, Feb. 11. at, the coming )ear, There wil} House
L'ITII I Wiring, Electric Range Tel.
'II : .. our parish. Keyston Hdghu 173-4297
1 pjn. All reservations must t be a Readnaught
Keystone boys, and eirLs t>lav Program for.
i and Water Heater Repairs
Since the salesman '!- : Keyston, Helgbt.iCITIItS
\ was return games with Bell in the, be made by Feb. 9. Phone i the, younger; children, a dis General. Electric Repair Work
selling
door ..
coupons to door
Mrs. Alma Frost ision igroiui
at
for"the
i
Melrose gym. 4734301. f high 'Foe
the City c.al n :rQ Y" All ToutElectrical '
Council should
have H
or Mrs. Gladys Haberstroh at hool gtuderits Winifred
y.) i' \ been informed and book Je- .. Needs. IN CONTAINERS ,
L- ? ) .. or perhaps I 473-4504. Dr. H, L. Fenton, ',ykws ,for the a\utt ._Mrs. Albert Mii- I
., Jsl4i
Knows "! v them they ?okay-ed it. Why- not ask- the direction of Mrs. ifena Jr.. will be the' speaker. He jspires, librarian,.*revieWed Ph: 4iS4973FLUK18T ILM T. $5.00 CRAWFORD. i

Could Brault and Organis JinetLamm is: associate Director of Latin .e\-ents; of the past year and I: Plenty of Blooming Camellias ;; ;

this be perhaps a case sang on Sunday mrr. American Missions. His subject gave a,financial jeport4 -- Ber. Reel E UU Br k. ;

for the Better Business Bureau lug. Feb. 3. and did very well will be conditions in these>_ A, sale of ,ba'ked'gogds_ ,will Edna WjlliatiaflORISTNURSERY from 50< up. Rare Camellia '. tko Properties' 'AcrM -

? '. indeed. 4 lovely :solo was sung countries and, American relations -. '.be, held .at the. Melrose post I grafted, $7 oW up. Plenty ofJvergTfeaa / .
: Bufineu
CHURCH !Rancbej cyj
NEWS by Kathy Braul at the, present time: pffke SaL an$ Landscape
< i i. .on Feb 16, .Urting 'I
Not \
Y.. .; From St. William's Adult Choir practice is jield The Stewards' of the Community ,-'I ,at 9.a..W.. Proceed TOm be FLOWERS Plantf Home .'StnUl*' .. 4'

I Men of the Holy Name go.- every Sunday afternoon it. .1 Church Vim hold their: used to, purchase books.' For r 411 OccaekranUelrose Let us landscape borne '''We Take A Personal InUndl

ciety met Sunday night. Feb. p-m. from now until Easter.All monthly 'meeting 'on Monday ; Mrs. G. M. Allen Jr., chair- Phone: OR 5-2331 your I I

3. their regular meeting nlsht. members of the choir !,are I evenlng'Feb. 11, in the educationalabuUding -,f man,'presided and'the'follow I'j--------c, j 0. C. CARNES NURSERY In 'Your teqq1r949t tf"Jic1
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the .
: .firs? Sunday of thefu. expected to attend every rehearsal at 7:30Chairman Ing INSURANCE | Iet45bt .
: p.m. members were aJfJl'
S present:
She knows HOW .MUCH she paid and for WHAT. A half hour of p r .
devotions was an4 plan their activities A. F. Crosby will,, Mrs. :Cecil 'R. Hook, Mrs r- i ILway 1W, IS roL E. of Stark. Il,IrUiiy

She ,knows WHOM she paid and WHEN. I ing.followed Election by.a. business meet to coincide. preside i I r pe 't Bartlett I Mrs. R." p. Vogh..j I Murrhee Insurance. at florahopje fb., t I 2l.-Opi. .nLeya.-

of officers was Community Chnreh.. Items'The .: Personals : MrS H rrlett Rice and Miss II
I She, knp\v WHERE shp stands financially today I held as follows. ; Leo LeBlanc. Women's Sunday,School' Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wiggins i]1 Helen Wattle.Persolals < j Agency II I t1KI4UL4v1

and every cJa)'. .JI I president; H. L. Morgan Jr., Bible Class of the,Community recently attended the wedding |I General Insurance RESTAURANTS I _L

I vice president; Lionel? R. Church will meet .vith their of their oldest gr ndson.'Dan. Winners of the Melrose Du- fire Casualty Bond*
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I BECAUSE: she} alt hr bills CHECK. I Brault. secretary; George I teacher !Mrs. Holt i !S. E. Realtor
pays \ by I ; on Wednesday lei Denby Davenport. Jr., of pliaite Bridge Club, for' jasf$ AWed Unet THE : McjCay. ,
Open a checking' account in this bank NOW. Schaeffer, marshall; and Wilbur t atternoon/fe 20 Greer; S. 'C. who'was married ireek include' the following; Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4285 .,' ,

; Neal. treasurer. The monthly Family Night 1 to'Miss Robin Lee.Johnson Mrs. Roland i Bryan, and 'Mrs. .- Keystone Heights 14 Lqftc :Lk UBy$3500..
and know ALL the answers ALL the' time! I The St. William's! Altar SIh Pinner will also be held Feb. I I I
; daughter:ofMr. -and Mr j W. H. DavIe, first place: Mrs.,I JEWELER Term id, Lot.* &un.4Lake .
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9t.t9P.if! !today? and !let u tell! you I' tine ciety Social ladies will hold a Valen-I! 20. at 6:30 pjn., in pie edu? Elmer L. .ioh s n.Jr.., of C. Maxson, and Mrs. {I'r{gur, Restaurant I217fcTf.n* Investor,. tract

on Tuesday. Peb. rational building. Lynchburg, Va. Trie weddingtook I second Mrs. Keystone Jewelers ,
how } place Phil ItroIU"
;
!r !
esyaj4 sirnple. At'- Ijn tot
12 in wl\ lot
th t seretal
.
w'. Recreation HalLAll March .-
EryJayr be
l :1. wilt |he place Jtf Chrlst'Episcopalchurch er nd'MrS. John trap, Under New Managemutspeciaiing !
the ladies of the parish I I World Day: of Prayer with $the, in Chartottsvflle, Va. t,third place;" and" Mrs Alice 'and 'Gift Shop &4ces to Hide, -sandy beach.

I THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK ;, and their friends are invited. i i First Baptist Church and St.I Jan. 26. .. Ketchum and Mrs. ; A Nice Selection Of In i Vile for reefeftiion' while hold.
George I
This kind of an affair Is held Anne's : BJua PJa n fltfc
II II Episcopal Church join ; TheruOthWhOIil the son t Phelps fourth !aee. Weddiag Gift lug for imestrarat. E-Z Terms.I .

eyery {hree month$.by: the AU ing' with the Community I of the former Ellen Wiggins Mr.: and Mrs. Ross Bass and sterlin Fresh Vegetable,
J : I BIJCB furnished ctt,
tar ge onVJttful
Society. and the last S
MEMBER f.D.I.C. '' cow' I Church in services at 7:30: p. I is no watkndin the University -I children of Bunnen visjted.\ oJfcii".
: Greeting Cargs f LA** Hutchmwm ..
Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community r proved most enjoyable Here- 1m. I'I of South Carolina Law their parents, Mr.'and Mra. C. 1 I MjJJie & Wallie Muhlhofer 6 .\. 3L 10 P. JL Moa. -Thurs.]
after Altar i
Society meetings Thursday March 14. will be School. :: L. Bass and Mr. and MrsJ.V. OPEN .6 A. M. ttt' Mldnjtej$7,000. Term

Keystone Heights, Fla. will be held Tuesday mornings, the day Jpr .the C0XpzpiiityChurchwomen's i j i. The Wiggins'! other"" threedaughters' Blade' last weekend. ;,, Efpert W 1( IfffdnT Fit." Sat; Sun. j i .
rather than Thursdays. Annual Silver families Certified Watchmaker: i iI Keystone. Heights, Fa.
)I and then- :! Mr. and: Mrs. R.F. Simmons
.ar h-T .- .._ __ ..___ __._____.L i i The Childreq'8 ChOir un4ar i Tea. There will be an inter-,>I tContiaiud Oa Jim .pJ j j: spent several days in Spar- I Keystone Heights 47a-41TX: i At the ctofilite Keyttima IIgts.J 473Olftr







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(From PrecedingPage) .0.r : *C K+ \ $ '' a r'
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attended the wedding, a1s4.
They are .Mr..>IWd Mrs.1 JJugh I OIMCHNT'S
Wilson of Lake Crfy. Mr. and : ,4jGrIjE
Mrs. William B. Goodloe of I y

staunton, ya., and! fir and I
Mrs. Samuel McCord., of Rochester Issued with each Issued with each Issued with each $5.00
N. Y. 10
Mr. 'and fMrs. Guy MIX of., .
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Jacksonville Beach were week: 0 PASTE I INYOUR
end guests of Mr. and Mrs.
.
Floyd Koons of Twin Lake SAVER
Jan. 25 and 26. This past E ... Dolt mu BOOKLET
weekend Floyd and Dorothy : -SAVE THE BEST STAMPS OF Alt from s' ,: r l Tg'S,,?osad stnso THIS WAY
t t eD m
r
Koons enjoyed a visit from .
their son Jack, and his wife i!, teat OR.OKI
t and daughter from Tallahas-1 wt
I x frrcM
I .o' O" t
I set.

We are fopry to hear that !
Donald an4 fiber} Morgan and i q
thetr two sons will be movingto .
a o os
paytona. Beach thia week rl At
ME / .a t ,
end. The move, they hope, is t rn
temporary, and they plan to
keep their home here on Lake- I
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view Drive.
Mrs. Charles Wallenius. "en-, PRICES COCD THRU WEEKEND QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVE / / / 717MEATY/ FIRST.CUT
I gineered" a- birthday-card: \ : r r .- ,. tS e e ..

shower for },ti Helen Egan I"N -' 'IUlUJIIllllIUlIlllllllllUllllllllllU( f' UBr
l last Friday. Mrs. Egan 'was SiI

over-whelmed, and knows of ayes
no other way to reach'all the u M You time
ICKORY ,
good folks who sent; such'lovely k .. _.
greetings than to thank. SMOKED .t effort
d .x t wk r GOLDEN.ROSE j n .
them in print, for which,she
PLAIN OR SELF-RISING ra
composed a po m.: .t. filling Your I
"Smile, dear Keystone J

friends so fine! .
You've caught my camera' |
"FLOUR
eye this tune. ?. >! P

Kindness, fiiendsliip. re- j .
membenng, is mine: : I .. y s p u Y .

And here's my, gratitude : ._ BUTT CUT : r
I 'tis really 4 sublime! ,' OR '.
Mrs. Egan. as you may on : 5
t may not know is our main;': SHANK CUT 1A

source information for this;' t OR .... .
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column. She reports for the I ., .,,. .., LB QOO
Estrellitar, the Eastern Star, HOLEG
the Community Church the (14-1 6 ibAVG.) EE 11d
.' D V V GnMERCHANTSae Stampsa .
Home Demonstration Club, :. .
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and the Woman's Club. This y, A .,...'t LIMIT -.\ WITH $5.00 ',. With the Purchase of :g
''I .. -
.. : ORDER g
we feel; is commendable for LB FOOD I Vaseline
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someone who so recently has 1'L: ..t ._.__., y :.h' '" .
. HAIR TONIC
been incapacitated with a bro > '. I
FLORIDA OR GEORGIA .
ken foot. So we add, belatedly,i 1 At Our Regular, low Prices --
"Happy Birthday, Helen! GRADE A FRESH ... F FQo''D EXPIRES 213.63
DeWitt Hersey came home t:, <; -, Fa1R D to ; 8

, from the Bradford County QUARTERS OFFE _.
==
Hospital on Friday. Feb. 1. 1 ALL L e

after being there about eight LEGS or tl rlj( 3Cc [R 7 MERCHANTSjJ(
days. His son, baby Martin GRINDS 1 b
Hersey, was hospitalized at I I ,BREASTS. LB, .... !
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the same time, also at Brad- With.aM purchase of !
ford County Hospital so poor h'.- CHASE.SANBORN I j .wl SkinibnoN I IC I
Helen l had a busy time run- !

ning back and forth. All are / t, u '" (I. i
home now, COFFEE At Ouf BcguUr low Pricei
at.
The Keystone Heights Lions SQUARE CUT SHLDR. LAMB BRINE CURED' OSCAR MAYER SKINLESS .;'. MAYFAIR,COTTAGE : ." EXPIRES 2-13-43 t 2) i

Club' will hold'\ its monthly 1 ie oz t+ .
dinner meeting at the Masonic ROAST LB 39 FAT BACK LB 19c FRANKS LB 59c CHEESE CUP 29c : I i
LIMIT-1 YOUR CHOICE WITH $ OORDER..
twit Pfl Monday:Feb.' 11. SHOULDER LAMB ROSE'S LEAN BOILED LADY FAIR BUTTERFLAKE LARGE RED ROE ,

finally Young arrived Russell in Cooper Keystone has CHOPS LB> 59c SLI. HAM 5f OZ 59c Biscuits2 CANS 49 MULLET_ 18 19c ., LB. Lp EE Cr MERCHANTS*n stamp t+

Heights much to the delightof
his! various grandparents MEATY IAMB LAMP 0' FROST SPICED St.!. CHEDDAR TIN r With the Purchase of
uncles and aunts. This hand- 3 :oz HEESEORNL SHRIMP ggc I 7 Oz. sin I
some young man was born InHanau. Patties 3 Lis $1 BEEF 3 PKGS 89c 59c u LISTERINE I

Germany, last Feb AM. OR PIM. It ... ,
TENDER CALVES PLUM OSE DANISH CANNED MAYFAIR SLI. HEAT-N;AT,
ruary,I the first child of Larry At Our Regular f Low Pncaz I

oldest and Lane daughter Cooper.of Lane Capt.is and the LIVER to 79c HAM' 2 IN, 1.99 CHEESE 6f l2 c... Fish Sticks LB 49c : ''. EXPIRES 2-13-63 G

MrsRobert Jackson of Keys'tone : ;0- '
ae1g ts. Lane and her

:son flew home as far as Ken W Metcgents Merch>nts terchants Merclunls Msrctwits M erchitts Merchans Merdufds Merchants Merchants terchants Merchants Merchants
tucky where they visited r W ACMXM tt't!

'lends, and then came on to olltaorensrlas f atrutr,.. otuwest. >uaPS CItECNti'f71a1N.. tiREOlltiulMPS."< s' GJaN..-. .: tmJItSWIPS: ." GftINtrCW GfUN' .. | '...1Uai' >$ cmN5TAtPS CJtUH5Wo1H-' D.lUH51'U1Pt" aRarlettiasrs,
Keystone by bus. Larry, the
son-of Mr.- and Mrs. Kenneth FANCY RED *
Cooper will finish his overseas *.
assignment in June, atwhich && MERCHANTS

1 I A' Green Stuap*
time he will be coming
I home on furlough. APPLES c ,. 3 o I With the Purduw of I
LBS
I .. ., 2fi Or Johnson

FIBS? PAITISTKETSTONE: HEIGHTS v l FANCY D/ANJOU"! I Nuxtl. '" SHORTENING OR '-. GLOCOATAt IE
ALL VEGETABLE
,J, -R.:Smith; pastor, Ralph s /'a.- ;,:.w't t Our Regular low PrtatMERCHANTS
Zo land Minister of Musk I I J.' 1' EXPIRE9 2.17.63
.and church or anlst: AITING i PEARS 2lBS35C \ 11 L.Jf
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9:4ft:BerTicec a.! m.: MorningWorship.iet Sunday School, ._. ..: \ FYNE BAKE

.o ;. m. Training union, {h r FRESHCRIP.? C5LLO PACKEa FOR FRESHNESS : FREE 00
7:6d p. ''m. Evening ,service f 50 1
1:0. p. m. You are ittvite4; to '. ,r PASCAL CELERY t, E 9c LB .,a :;; CrM* S<*ap.
thai. wnUjr prayer tiw: ; wit- -.. i'' STALK CARROTS 'Y'2 U.819 C 3 CAN : I; With the Pwehm ei

UI. v I, .t 3 Ib. PlumrowCANADIAN I
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COMMUNITY CHURCH : I

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS i Ml." 1.:, MAYCH. EMr\ \ Of 1tyF At Our EXPIRES Regular 2-13-63 low Prka

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Pr. '\. C:. Holt, MinUUr.Sunday FROZEN 'I
,oa

School 9:30: a. m. JiEi1ItiCHICKEN] ROSEtt\1J? r .j '.' J : OSEAJ.1.. .E -' '11\1"0. R DFR, r- _, y _' ..
Morning Woship, 11 a. m. Pioneer TURKEY eo' -' t
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GREEN 'i" FREE
t :Junior and Senior Youth !EA f] .':" 2S MERCHANTS n'
BEEF. '
: : CrM Stamp
Groups, 7 pm. Mrs. GeorgeA. ROSE 0 ALE \YHOLE KERNa SAUCENr 3 ,, '
Canon, organist and mu- W* M h* Purchase of Peg of 24
jte, director.\ ? I. ;t ; j GOLDEN CORN SUCCOTASH ,- FRE-MAR lady Fair Petite Brown M Serve I
: PO: PIES ; ,
mmmt'tnn..nntnMELROSE ROLLS
; MctN .. 7 SOYAL.YAM WHOLE .

SU.'Ch! 80TS. SW. POTATOES At Our Regular low Pricet
&.... ....t 1.WAAAA / .c :: FRUIT EXPIRES 2-13-63 | f

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(From Preceding Page) ...-t $ I '
JUME10Y KOSHER .
**.-** / DILLJICKLES GAI,49c :; "" ,
ton recently. Tr "
Mrs. Dock Tison is_ home a f OR : COCKTAIL
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I att tejc-a bifef-'y m 'AUchua I .
General Hospital. in Gaines U 1E+ 11 FfeHBAKED8"REG49cI rr SURF
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ville.Mr. 111gR't s ,
and Mrs. Jack Miller k .
spent Tuesday In Jacksonville. :' $ DETERGENTIREADED
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Mr. and Mrs."W1app .$I IIiCIIITONFROZEH I a 1 APPLE'PIE .
and son, Eddie; spent Tuesdayin lZ aA

Circus.Jacksonville attending the. SHRIMP B 3LB* o M" ", :r:. INBEql B LE'ALU PAN. TIN I 5 GIANT 5 ,

VAljIIlG'! ehpred4 p.jR fry, or wbo. : PKG
Mrs. Alderman of
George : r T SIZE
1.8 APPl BUNS .35
St. Augustine and Mr. and
POTATOES 2 2ge .__ ,.. OF 8
PKG
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'1f.$. Craig Glis>on 0'{ Lake : $ .
'General' '\'tsted\ Mr: and Mrs. ': ASSORTED SCENTS SUNSHINE r ;
'B.-: E.' Uel Tuesday. and j McCORUICK CHILE'I I I Q U\ID
Wednesday.. """ >"ftf AIRWICK MIST HYDRO POWDER! tt. Ji j

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. PAGE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TLEG RAPU. STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY FEB. 1, 1563fTYTTTTYYTYTYTYYYTTm


person. Proceeds will go to the Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. A fellowship yyy'yyyyyyvv'vvvyyyy' Mrs. J. D. Stanford.and- was collected in the Hamptonarea I.V COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, '.
Northeastern Florida Heart dinner was enjoyed Lawrence Hardin.A for the annual March of IX AND FOR BRADFORD I

LAWTEY Fund Drive. prior to the evening service. BROOKERBy covered dish luncheon Dimes drive here last week, In COUNTY re: Estate FLORIDA.of I! AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE

Honor RollLawtey First Baptist Sunday was served at noon. After with funds to go for polio Ethel R. Parks, deceased. I 964-2600

By Enia BlanchardAAAAAAAAAAAAk4AAA4Aj Junior High School i I School. 10 am. Morning Wor- Shirley Green&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIIAAAI the luncheon Mrs. Lawrence birth defects, arthritis and AH NOTICE creditors TO of CREDITORS the estate of :j

announces the following honor ship, 11 ajn. Training Union, Hardin gave a demonstrationon the Salk Institute. Ethel R. Parks, deceased are DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I
... hereby notified and
required
to |I
roll students: 6:30 Evening Service, *
pin "Making Corsages. Mrs. J. W. Home, local file any claims or demands I
Lawtey WMU Is Host 1st Grade Linda Allen. 7:30: pm. Prayer Service each Calvin Johnson returned Among those attendingwere chairman of the drive, expres- which they may have against I DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director

To AssociationThe Kathy Casey, Cindy Grill, Wednesday 7:30: p.m. home last week after being a : :Mrs. Chambers Mrs. sed her appreciation for all county said estate judge in of the Bradford office of County the- I I Starke, Fla.

Lawtey WMU was host Susie Hilliard. Debra Starling. Mrs. Eugene Pearson and patient in Bradford County Peggy Godwin and Mrs. Jor- contributions as well as to Florida, in the courthouse at I
Timmy Cole, David Devore I Miss Enza Blanchard attended of State Mrs. Starke, Florida within six calendar :
to the New River Associationat I hospital in Starke. dan the Farm those workers who assisted in months from the date of RENTAL SERVICES
!
the First Baptist Church Eddy Dyal Mark Ellis, Carl' the Home Demonstration I Mrs. J. H. Sullivan and 1 Gene Pearson, and Mrs. Enza the house-to-house canvass. the first publication of this I Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, CrutchesGasGenie

Thursday morning. Jan. 31. A Griffis. Donald Mosley. Chuck, County Council meeting at family visited Mrs. Hazel Blanchard of Lawtey: Mrs. J. Personals notice.must be Each in writing claim or and demand must .

highlight of the day was a Norton. Brooker Community House Crews and Mrs. Mary Willisin D. Stanford, MrS. Lawrence Mrs. Mattie Blount. step- state the place or residence and I
talk by Miss Ethel Harmon a 2nd Grade Dirrel Brassell. Tuesday, Jan. 28. Bell Sunday. Hardin. and Mrs. H. B. Hamilton mother of Mrs. A. M. Bryantof post-office address of the claim '

missionary in Nigeria who Debra Dyal, Peggy Griffis, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker Mrs. Fred McDavid. Brenda, of Heilbronn. Hampton, died in Ft. Myers ant the claimant and must his be agent sworn, or to his by r.

gave an interesting account ol Cheryl Higginbotham Daryl of Lake City and Mr. Bloc- and Mrs. Kenny Green and Thursday morning Jan. 31. attorney, or it will become void I' says:

her work among the people of Hiillard Hyta Johnson, Nan- ker's uncle, Jack Sneed, of El .I Ken were in Pompano Beach 1v'PvlYYYYYYvYvYy.vYYv'HAMPTON The Bryants went to Ft. My- according January to 26th law.1963. ; natural I

that country. cy Norton. Margaret Smith, Paso, Texas were dinner i from Wednesday to Sunday. ers for the funeral. THOMAS S. HOGSED. JR.. I'i

Another visitor at this meet- Roger Starling. Wayne Teston. guests of Mrs. A. H. Harley Fred McDavid, Don, and Sue, Mr.- and Mrs. L. A. Hall hadas Ethel Executor R. Parks.of the deceased.Estate of

ing was Miss Josephine Jones Jerry Walters. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Terry McDavid. guests last weekend Mrs. THOMAS & FIERCEAttorneysatLaw I j
of Jacksonville State Execu- 3rd Grade- Bubba Bennett, Friends of Mrs. Georgia Ann Irene Johns of Green Cove :;
and Green
Kenny were also By Mr*. D. E. Hill 203-205 North Temple Ave.
tive Secretary. The meetingwas Larry Brown, Randy Massey, Sapp will regret to learn of I in Pompano Beach Friday to Springs, associate grand ma- Starke, Florida.
Sheila Norman, Norma Jean her death Monday afternoonat A AiA iAAAA A A ALl tron First publication on January > gas
opened by Rev. Leo He- ] Sunday. They were there to OES; and Mrs. Margaret 31, 1963. .
bert. of the First Baptist Prevatt. I the home of her son in attend the funeral of Mrs.I PTA To Elect Officers; Chaplain past grand matron. 1-31 4t 221AOTICE
Church of starke who 4th Grade-Wayne Bennett, Jacksonville. Sympathy is extended of Sarasota. They assisted ;; .
sang, Fred McDavid's father, JamesM. I' Agrees To Help Buy I
"It's in My Heart." Rev. L. T. Lynn Boch Danny Cole Jer- to all members of the Pridemore. While there Meat Slicer For SchoolA with installation of officers at REGISTER OP FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TO -v' ,. IS THE MODERN GENIE I

Howe of the Lawtey Baptist ry Teston Joy Sapp Pamela family. they were guests of Mrs. Roxie nominating- committee for OES 120 in Waldo Saturday Notice is hereby given that TILVT DOES YOUR

Church, pronounced the ben- Tye. Dwayne Vanzant. Mrs. Carrie Norman died Thomas.Mr. election of officers at the next night. L. A. Hall was intsalled the undersigned, under the pro- TODAY'S JOB BETTER

ediction. 5th Grade- Paul Crawford, Monday afternoon much to and Mrs. E. B. Crosby PTA meeting, and help on the as worthy patron and Mrs. visions of Florida of Chapter Acts of 20,953.1941,Laws will i '

PTA Notice Gregory Dyal, Mary Lee Fu- the regret of her friends. The and daughter, Mrs. R. C. purchase of a meat slicer for Hall as worthy matron. register with the Clerk of the | and does it quietly, cleaner, faster and more
gatt Regina Gladieux. Mar- family has the sympathy of Circuit Court, in and for Brad ,
The Halls
L. A. entertainedat
Howard and Mrs. S. M. Mott
cafeteria were
the school ap
The Lawtey Junior High PTA ford County, Florida. upon receipt ECONOMICAL.Call
.
will meet Tuesday, Feb. cella Hardee, Lamar Johnson, the community. attended the 50th Wedding proved at last Thursday's PTA a breakfast at the Orchard of proof of publication of
Donna Lamb Mike Norman, Miss Vera Crews of Jack- Motel for I I this notice the fictitious name i,
Sunday morning
Wedding Anniversary of Mr. Ele-
12, at 7:30.: The topic this weekend meeting at Hampton I of NEW ENGLANDER MOTEL I us today for a free estimate
month is "Why PTA?" It has. Jannet Sapp, Kathy Scott sonville spent the and Mrs. Robert G. Crosby in mentary SchoolA Margaret Chaplain of Sara I under which I am engaged in
Billy.Wi.e. with her mother Mrs. 0 R. sota, Irene Johns of Green business at 2100 North Temple I ,
been said that these letters I I Perry Sunday.J. I film on lung cancer was I Ave. Starke Florida. STARKE NATURAL GAS
stand for "Poor Tired Adults ;'I'' 6th Grade- Connie Eunice, Crews. E. Townsend visited his shown to the group by Dr. Cove Springs Mr. and :Mrs. William Summers 2100 North

or "Parents Traipsing A- Dianne Teston. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Jordan, daughters, Kay and Julia, in I Margaret Waid. a member of Vincent Brice, Mrs. Erma Temple ole owner.Ave. Starke, Florida, i CITY HALL PHONE 961-1301

round." Is this true or not? ,,,7th Grade- Kay Brewer announce the arrival ofa son Pompano Beach over the the public education commit Pennington and Mrs. Eva Dated this 21st! day of Jan- .. Ih
William Michael, on January of Gainesville. A. D. 1963 at Starke, Brad- ,
George
Brenda Jones weekend. American Cancer uary
You are invited to be on handto Mike Crawford, tee of the -
ford County, Florida.
be enlightened as to the Billy Griffis. Patsy Miller 29. Mrs. H. C. Douglas Mrs. L. Society. Dr. Waid also presided Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas!' 1-24 4t 2-14

value of a progressive PTA in Charles Norman, Bonnie Ro Sunday dinner guests of Mr. L. Dyal, and Mrs. Verlie Johns at a Question-and-answer of Jacksonville spent last NOTICEDue
the school and community. sier. Betty Jo Sapp Sharon and Mrs. J. E. Warren were attended the Associational W- session on cancer, assisted": I weekend here with his parents 1ST FLORIDA TilE CIRCUIT EIGHTH COURT JUDICIAL OF-

Attention Adults Tatum. Mrs. Lena Belle Warren, Mr. MU meeting at the First Bap. Miss Ann Litchenwalter and ,. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
and Mrs. Quinton Warren, tist Church in Lawtey last Kennedy, all I Thomas.Mr. BRADFORD COUNTY. IJCIIAXCERY.
8th Grade- Annie Barnes, Miss Mary Ann .
This is the month to con- and
and Mrs. Gene Smith : I to increase in Postal Rates and
Mr.
tribute to the Heart Fund Ferr Brassell Linda Devore, of Valdosta Ga.*, i( Thursday.Mr. of Gainesville. and Mrs. Owen Simmons Angeline Plaintiff M. Adams, .
daughter and Mrs. Earl Green nominating committee and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. ,
Drive to help in whatever W. E. Gault. Jeannette Griffis. APpleby of Jacksonville On the vs. Divorce I other publishing costs, the following
Oral Tanner. Mrs. Victor entertained with a birthday for new officers were C: Brown and children attendedthe Harold P. Adams,
to II
way we can conquer one of Mr. and Mrs.I
the most Beach, dinner Sunday for Mrs. Mary R. Cox ,chairman: Ernest circus in Jacksonville Sun- Defendant. slight increase in subscription, rates
fatal diseases. Mrs. 9th Grade- Carolyn Crews, and Lynn NOTICE I
ofj
J. M. Warren i Green who was 82 on Feb. 4, Triest and Mrs. Milton Mosher. day afternoon.Mr. To: Harold P. Adams. SFP No. j .
O- E.
Pearson is the Glad-
local !
Gertrude Cruce Larry and I
Jacksonville, and Mr. : will be effective March 1 1963
Lakehurst,
and also honored Fred Ben- Election of officers will 2, U. S. Naval Base. ,
and Mrs. T. F. Brownof
chairman and donations will ieux. Karen Lee, Reene Moore, L. Bradley, Johnie.
G.
N.J.
Mrs.
nett of Gainesville whose the meeting, I
be accepted at the Lawtey Junior Johnny Tye Jeffrey Floyd. of Kingsley Lake. take place at Tampa visited here Satur- You are hereby notified thata I
Melane
High. There will also bea Church Schedules and D. Dobbs birthday was Feb. 5. Thursday. Feb. 28,- at 7:30: p. day with his mother. complaint for divorce has been In Starke Trade Area
A. I
Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hollandof filed against you, and you are _
m. R. A. Brannen and andJ. I -
Heart Fund Dance at the Grace Methodist Church visited Mrs. Dobbs' brother son required to serve a copy of your .
Alma, Ga. were guests of oft he J. Brannen Answer Pleading to the
spent Sunday at or
strawberry wharf in Lawteyon School. 9:45: a.m. Morning family in Lake City Sun- Representatives
and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johnsonlast Complaint on the plaintiffs attorney
Saturday. Feb. 23, startingat Worship 11 a.m. Evening Ser- I' Hampton PTA, named to attend Macclenny. George II. Pierce 203- One Year .. .. 3.50
8 p.m. Admission $1 per vice, 7:30: p.m. MYF each day.Mr.. and Mrs. Pete Todor week. the county;council'meet NOTICE OP APPLICATIONFOR :205 North Temple Avenue,
_
Kenneth Parrish returned in Starke Starke. Florida and file the
-- of Gainesville visited I ing this Thursday TAX DEED Answer pleading lain Six .
and Jeff home Monday after being a See. 1JM.16, original or Months . 2.00
Mrs.tD. H. P.S.
the
Sat- were Paul Meng the office of the Clerk of
Appliance Radio TelevisionSERVICE the W. F. Moore family in Alachua General NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, before tka
-- -- patient Crawford, and Mrs. Marklee that Effie Nicholson the holderof Circuit Court on or 1963. If
urday. I 8th day of February
in Gainesville.Mr.
Hospital Norman. the following certificates has fail to do, Decree Pro
MISs Betty Gaskins of Jacksonville you so a Outside Starke Trade Area
and Mrs. Jack Registerof filed said certificates for a tax Confesso will be taken againstyou
was a Sunday visitorof In discussing membership deed to be issued: thereon. The for the relief demanded In
Jacksonville were visitingMr.
AT ITS BEST I PTA it was poin- certificate numbers and years
her parents Mr. and Mrs.J. of the local the complaint.
: and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan of issuance, the description of
B. Gaskins, over the week- Sunday night. ted out that is March the deadline 1, and for at which the property it was, and assessed the names are as in Florida Done and this ordered 14th day at of Siarke January ,_ One Year - 4.00
I this year A.D. 1963.
Mr. and Mrs. Murval High- follows:
Trained Experts In Each Dept. end.Mr.. Robert Barr present the membership stands Certificate No. 14. Year of Issuance CHARLES A. DARBY.
and Mrs. daughters of Anderson -
wood and The membership committee 157.Description. Clerk Circuit Court Bradford Six Months . 2.25
of Amanda, Ohio and Mr. Ind. were Sunday night at 29. for of Property Lots County, Florida.
Tomlinson of discussed plans 10, 11 in Otts S/D of Lawtey. By Janet N. Carter,
and Mrs. W. B. guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Fred
FOR QUICK RrfSffij members, during Name in which assessed J. L. Deputy Clerk
gaining new .
Cay's Ravena, Ohio spent the week McDavid and family. of the Nicholson.All THOMAS & PIERCE I All subscribers may renew at
year.
DEPENDABLE LUiEm with Mr. and Mrs. Orville A-2c and Mrs. Tommy Cox the remainder of said property being in George H. Pierce
Those on the committee are the County of Bradford, Stateof Attorney for Plaintiff
SERVICE ttKri Home Bumgarner. Biloxi, Miss. were weekend R. Cox, chairman; Mrs. 'Florida. 1-17 it 2-7, old rate any time before
Lawtey Junior High PTA guests of her parents, Mr. C. Merle Unless such certificate or certificates ,
CALL will meet at the school cafeteria and Mrs. Earl Green. They Wesley Griffin. Mrs. shall be redeemed ac March 1 of
: Packham, Mrs. Maureen Paul cording' law the property described regardless expira-
Feb. 12. to attend the funeralof in such certificate
III Tuesday night, were here or
964-7511, I and Roy Starr.Principal certificates will be sold to tha .
II But- ?
A Ipp I-lan eS I ler Oakley Sunday.Huff in Lake Charles E. Fran- highest house door bidder on the at first the Monday court t '95666.I. tion date.Bradford.

THE RIGHT POINT for the Mrs. Clara Mae Bishop of cis told of Winners in the in Month of March, lees, whic.t

AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR way you write. Come in and Mobile, Ala. was the weekend seventh grade here in the Jr. Is Dated the 4th this day 24 day of March of January 1963.,

I select your favorite ESTER- guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. High Division of the Bradford 1963. County TelegraphLINTELS

Maytag Frigidaire .. Zenith BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- Markey.Mr. County Science Fair last week Clerk CHARLES of Circuit A. DARBY Court of

I GRAPH. and Mrs. Hugh Colson in Starke. In the discussionof Bradford County Florida. .
GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UP I and family of Santa Pe were the meat slicer for the 1-31 4t 2-21

requestedthat .- .
I ,
cafeteria, he -
night dinner guestsof school

Saturday Mr. and family.Mrs. Thomas I cost be$100 paid of by the the $260 PTA, total with 1
and
Hamilton

// dan Mrs., Susan and Sarah children Mrs.Pitt Morston and and daughter Mrs Jor-- school the approved remainder funds.by the The to be members.Mr. amount paid with was. j L AREA BUSIN SS"IRECTORY :i iAuto


,_. Vida Harvey of Jacksonvillewere I Francis also "told basic of I
Sunday guests of Mr. "Operation Alphabet,

is this the 11 and Mrs. T. W. Markey. education courses in 'reading Electric Service I AUTO SALES & SERVICE CEMENT I I GARDEN SUPPLIES
:. Wood and writing to.be televised in
A-2c and Mrs. Creig

T-T \\Pin-up II Girl i IIt: .and Ga.. son Sunday, returned after being to Albany homeon Feb.this 18 area, with starting cooperating Monday.classes -, Automotive Electric B & G Motors Co. STEPPING- WINDOW STONES"If SILLS Johnson & Paris, Inc. II

leave with his parents Mr. under the adult education It's Cement We Cast It"

ii I 1d &yOur izusbtdM&I and Mrs. L. C. Wood. plan in Bradford County. L.of Service CADILLACOLDSMOBILFHRLMAN: Cement SEED.VPLANTSFERTILIZERS Complete Line of-

Miss Barbara Lynn McDa- H. Gibson is in charge
I I :' married? Li vid was the weekend guest of classwork and discussion in Repairs Our Specialty Sales and Service Precast Products (
proS' Starters Generators Ignition 2033 N. i:. 27th Ave. Gainesville Insecticides! *-Pet Supplies
t I I her grandparents, Mr. and addition to the televised 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441
# Regulators, Solenoids, PHONE 372-0953 "We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders"
Mrs. Charles Johnson in Live grams. The complete course PHONE 376-7515 t
1 I includes a series of 100 sessions Aramatures 224 N. W. 8th Ave.

Oak.Mrs.. T. W. Markey and and the class in Starke Water & Fuel Pumps CONCRETE PRODUCTS I PHQNE 372-0476

." rqj1 Mrs. Clara Mae Bishop of will meet three evenings each Exchange Service on Startersand Crane Motor Co. I Gainesville, Fla.

4. Mobile Ala. visited Mrs. R. K. week. Anyone interested is urged Generators LARK ANGLIA- INSIST THAT ALL YOUR ---q
-
Dukes in Lake Butler Satur- to contact Mr. Francis Wholesale Retail CONCRETE PRODUCTS I LADIES WEAR

day afternoon.The here, or Mr. Gibson in Starke 620 S. Main Gainesville ENGLISH FORD ARE THE BEST FROM:
MERCEDES BENZ VOLVO
seventh and eight grades for further information concerning PHONE 372-6990
of Brooker Junior High transportation and Authorized Sales & Service Edwards Building: Cherry'sGainesville's

School were awarded a Blue other details. "Complete Sen-ice for AUIakNi" Supply Inc.
AUTO BRAKES I Most Fashionable
present.for
I Ribbon at the Science Fair in Twenty-six were i !

Starke Friday for their pro- last week's meeting, with refreshments 506 E. University Ave. 726 8. Main 372-4844 I DRESSEs8U1TSCOAT8MATERXITY Address For Ladies

ject, "Human Bodies Place in of openfacesand- Hull's Brake Supply PHONE 3724343Gainesville Gainesville, Fla. WEARACCESSORIES
Space." They also received a. wiches, cookies, cokes and
clotheslines pink ribbon for their skelton coffee after the program and "BRAKE SPECIALISTS"For Fla. ELECTRIC MOTORS '
( i
\ ithebirds I\j system exhibit. business meeting. Assisting 105 W. University, Gainesville

are for S j\t Mrs. Iva Douglas, Mrs. T. with the serving were Mrs. Every Car or Truck VOLKSWAGENSalesServiceParts Electric Motor : p I

\ W. Markey, and Mrs. Clara Marklee Norman, ,:Mrs. James .Turning Grinding Relinlng Repair Co. MUSIC SUPPLIESNew

-2electric Mae Bishop visited Mrs. Mack Gnann and Mrs. J. D. Griffis. While You Wait -4
OF GAINESVILLE, INC. )
Pressley in Lake Butler Sat. Four Win at Junior High 1314 S. :Main Gainesville i Miller-Brown MotorsInc. I and UsedPIANOS

urday. Science Fair; 2 to Live Oak 372-1497 COMPLETE ELECTRIC I

Congratulations Four Hampton seventh- MOTOR GUITARSDRU3SS11EET \

dryer Congratulations to Mr. and grade students were winners PHONE 372-3332 SALES AND SERVICE 311J81CBudget j

Mrs. Alan Messmore on the in the Bradford County AUTO RADIATORS 1030 E. University Ave. "Distributor of Terms j

birth of a daughter, Anna Ma- Science Fair in Starke last I II I. Gainesville New Lincoln Motors' Lillian's Music Store
from the
rie, born Jan. 31 in Savannah, week, and students PHONE 372-8318 .
fifth, sixth, and seventh grades "Gainesville Leader" ]I
maternal grandparents
Ga. The -
ENDS WASHDAV DRUDGERY are Mr. and Mrs. A. L. here attended the fair Friday Butler's Radiator DODGE-DAltT 1030 S. Main, Gainesville Since 1933 I
11 2 S. E. Flrbt
Gainesville
I No more lifting, lugging and hanging. No more Blue Green. morning. first ServiceMost DODGE TRUCKS FARM & INDUSTRIAL

:Mondays. Every day is "SUN-day" when an automatic Garden Club Will Meet Carolyn Meng won SalesPartsServiceUSED
The Brooker Garden Club place in the, Junior physical Modern Cores In Stock CARS TOO Central Tractor Co. MOVER
Electric Clothes Dryer does the work.
division with her en-
will meet Thursday, Feb. 14, science Repairs All Cars-Trucks 'FORD TRACTORS

.- Simply set the dial and presto! \Vash 'n wears, most at 8 p.m. at the Community try on the brain and nervous National Trailer Rental :Poole-Gable Motors Ford FarmIng Implements

Q" delicate fabrics, and even woolen blankets come out sweet- Center. All members are urged system. Rita Meng won second division 519 S. W. 4th Ave.. Gainesville Agricultural Industrial Gainesville
zoology
____-1 smelling, soft, fluffy and wrinkle-free. No sun-fading, to attend. The program" will! place for in Jr.the High, with an PHONE 372-0496) 119 S. it 1st. Ave. Gainesville i Complete Service & Parts Dept., MayflowerLOCAL
be "Flower Arranging. | PHONE 372-4345 Good Used Equipment
'0 wind-damage, or dirt.smudging. exhibit on the ant. Also] in the
Church News ,J I 44gg N. W. 6th. Gainesville

c Saves time, steps, health and money. Saves YOU!A flame- The Junior Girl's Auxiliaryand zoology division Linda mentionfor Rho- AUTO SALES &SERVICE I PHONE 3764130 AND LONG

less Electric Clothes is to install anywhere Royal Ambassador's and den_ won honorable DISTANCE MOVING
Dryer
1 III easy : Taste
her entry. "The Automatic TransmissionsONE FLOOR COVERING
Sunbeams will meet Tuesday Storage And Crating
I'' flue needed and
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to
'j (no ) cheap operate. '1 Ronald Hagen placed -
afternoon at 2:30 p.m. at the: Buds. LINCOLN MERCURY Gainesville Phone 376-5224

4 t- For complete washday freedom, go all-electric in youi Brooker Baptist Church. The '! second in the junior chemis- DAY SERVICEALL Central Florida Tile:
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S laundry with automatic Electric Washer, Clothes Dryer, Intermediate Girl's Auxiliary ,:, of try Natural division,Gas.with" "By-products pOMET Authorized- 3IETCOR MAKESREPAIRAND & Marble Co. ROOFING ,
will meet Wednesday night at Sales-Servic&-
"sit-down" Electric Ironer, and super.fast, super-safe I Carolyn and Rita Meng will Parts EXCHANGE CARPETS BY -a

Electric Water Heater. See your electric appliance dealer Church.6:30: p.m. at the Baptist I attend the regional science Gator Automatic Lee's, Monarch, Loomweave, The Helzel Co.

th )) : fairinj. Oak.AIarch 7 and Trained ban1es-Good Downs
4)M -Ik'Mtl I Home Demonstration Council i two of 15 entries fromI I Boom Size-Wall to Wall *
8, ROOFING
Transmission
?flg.'J1J k z .tiu'rtj.An j Used Cars ServiceINC.
The Bradford Home Demonstration ; Installation
YI -I I I Bradford County} picked to attend SHEET METALS
Electric Dryer or IT'S CHfAH TOO Council meeting was I! from-boa Junior and Armstrong and Kentile
Washer will help qual.ifyyourIometorthe. i Barkley Motors AIR (CONDITIONINa
: FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY held at the Community. Cen- Senior high school entries.4; *. Floor Coverings No Job Too Large Or Too Small
MEDALLION aard. MllfiMt tUILO FLORIDA ter Tuesday, Tan. 29. I, March of Dimes Drive 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.]) COMPLETE LINES OF 202 S. !:. :4th St. aInesviI10
After the $ 615 N. :Main, Gainesville TILES MARBLE
business meeting Nets sr In'i Hampton Gainesville PHONE 372-0371! PHONE :nU91a
: -. door prizes were awarded. to i $50.63. over the- $50 goal 1540 Waldo Rd. G'ville 376-64M
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