Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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,1q,I it IkI4; Jw- I Land Sales Total $143,500 : Guard Units Council Proposes ChangeAbsolute l

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II\I -I Since Jan. 9 In Bradford CountyLand i I Ii I February, Merge 15 Majority Law I

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: -1!! transactions in Brad- lot on Hampton Lake, $3,800. II. '
i On Sunday, Feb. 10, Com
ford County since January 9 Theodore Thurston Fox, :
pany c, at the Starke armory Seen
\ to date total $143,500, the Starke, to Robert L. McClel- For City VotersHeavy J
and Company B, at Camp
r major sales being a motel lan, Starke, residence in Sara-
II Blanding, conducted two .
I and two large tracts of land. toga Heights, $6,450.T. .

I : Largest sale was that of H. Slade, Starke, to J. ; four-hour training periods a* Meeting Tuesday night in special session to plan
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I 'c-I the Plaza Lodge Motel, northof C. Sawyer, Starke, parcel of ..;-... .;. ..;:. "' '. -' 4 J separate time. units for the last Rains I local bills to be presented at the Legislative hearing J

Starke opposite the Flor- land, $5,000.Minnie These" Thurs ay mornine' Starke's Citv Councilmen had the.
__ ida Highway Patrol station. Lee Bright Carlson, Charles Sawyer called multiple training drills periods in which are Play Havoc floor all to themselves. y --- -- -

which sold for $50,000. The Joined by her husband, Meeker about the higher qualifying

-T_ 'I motel was purchased by Ger- Carson, to Richard May, New President case the Guardsmen receive With RoadsWith Only public influence on. fees. I
two day's! pay for the eight the meeting came over the I
ald R. Halvorsen who has Hampton, parcel of land, $2- Other proposals supportedby
hours training.On telephone to Mayor Randal
moved here from Milwaukee. the council are:
I 100.Ernest Of Rotary Club Feb. 15 both units will two more weeks left Chitty who did not give theparty's
Wisconsin where he was for- A. Faudel to Leon- A statewide measure spon-
merly in the stone business. ard C, Rowe, parcel of land be consolidated to form the in February Bradford County name, but said the sored by the Florida Leagueof

;::1:1I George DeLaney the former $4,000.A. Charles Sawyer of Slade 622nd Ordnance Company has had an average over- suggestion was made to pass Municipalities to add five

owner, has moved to Holcomb, J. Thomas Starke, to Gas Co. was elected presidentof General Support and all per- all rainfall of 13.5 inches since an election law requiring city cents tax to cigarettes and
sonnel will train at the local Jan. 1 almost 3% Inches council seats to be won by
the Starke Rotary Club at
l Missouri where he and his Walton C. McCoy, Sr., At- one cent to each gallon of
j :1 brother are operating a drugs lanta, Georgia, lot in New the annual election of officers armory. more than the county usually absolute majorities. At pres- gasoline purchased in cities.
Upon the deactivation gets during the entire ent the high man in each
firm. The new owner is married Hampton Beach, $3,800. held Wednesday at the regular of monthsof At present cities get only a
4lszi.e and has three children. Ernest L. Lester to A. L. meeting. He will take office Company B this week January and February.It group wins a council seat. cigarette tax of one cent per

S. : The two tracts were sold to Green, Brooker 35 acres of at the beginning of the the supplies and equipmentwill was a wet eight-day period even though in race of more package.

) ip4 : : E. I. Dupont De Nemours and land, $5,500.A. new Rotary year, July 1. be transferred to other from Monday, Feb. 4, to than two candidates it is pos- .

c S Company by R. A. Green of L. Green, Brooker, to C. Elected as directors were: units, where needed, with most Tuesday, Feb. 12, with the sible for a man to win with- A move to pass a "hot pursuit

'j ; Starke and David W. Jackson. A. Roberts, parcel of land George Canova, Buford Mit- of it coming to the 622nd Ordnance county's three fire towers out a clear majority. I law," as Police Chief Bill

$ S.. $..3c-h: Green received $41,400 for 376 I $2,750. chell, S. L. Peek Jr., GeorgeW. Company reporting as follows: New Such a law, if passed by the 'Rosser put it, which would

acres and Jackson $25,000 for Pauline Greenberg, Samuel Roberts Jr., Fred Snell, The new unit 622nd Ord- River 2.50 inches; Highland, public would require a second give policemen authority to

--'-- ..- -. 240.95 acres. Dorman, Samuel Jacobson, and L. J. Swan. The new nance Company] will be commanded 3.85 inches; and Santa Fe, 2 primary in races in which no continue a high speed chase

Tom Edwards 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Edwards Prices of transactions are and Armer E. White Inc. to president, and the immediate by Capt. Drew F. inches. candidate won an absolute beyond city limits. At present. ;

Jr., is shown with the steer which he hopes will place for him figured from documentary tax McKenzie Tank Lines. Inc., past president will also Reddish. CWO Albert LCros- Heaviest downpour of the maioritv_ [over__ 50_ ner__ lent___n of__ a policeman outside the city

in the 4-II livestock show scheduled in Gainesville February stamps affixed to deeds filedin parcel of land, $4,000. serve on the board. nv.- Jr... and nwo- -. -AlbPTt.-----_ _1\-: .u-,,_ week came in a rain squall the votes cast]. Council members limits is just as guilty of
25. Last ter; will be the were unanimous in their speeding as the man he is
week Tom's steer, Prince Angus the county clerk's office. full time Administrative -
was chosen first In Monday night about 9 o'clock
chasing, to Rosser.
of according
support the
For 9th WinTornadoes suggestion,
the light weight class and Reserve JChampion In the 4-11 div Only transactions of $1,000 or and Supply per- when
Highland received 2.75 '
ision sonnel.In even though the extra election In other action not "
of the 4-H Fat Stock show and more are listed here. Other con-
sale a feature of the inches of rain, New River 1.60 would cost the city more
Tampa State Fair. sales were: addition to the 622nd nected with legislative pro-
Nan Graham, Union Coun- Beat Baker 48-43 Ordnance Company being formed inches, and Santa Fe, 1.20 money. They suggested Increasing posals, Chief Rosser suggested -

At Tampa FairReserve ty, to Seeber W. Moody resi- here there will be a Spe- inches. candidate's Qualifying that a space be put between
dence in Mount Pleasant on cial Forces Detachment of one January was a wetter than fee to make up the extra each paring space to

Silver Lake, $4,500. In 'Come From Behind' VictoryCoach Captain and seven enlisted j average month, bringing 6.091 cost."That's allow easier access to the (

Lansing B. Jordan to Virgil inches of rain to the county just one of the street when parking.. Council

j Champion Steer Jordan, Camp Blanding par- men.The 622nd Ordnance Com as compared with an average prices of politics," commented discussed the measure but took

cel of land $1,000. Erwin Land's varsity replaced Billy Dowling and pany will require six officers, of 4.33 inches for January Councilman Orie Wiggins no action.

J. E. and W. cagers came from behind Harold Bishop and played one Warrant Officer, and 143 since 1947.February. .
Shown Hardy E. To- Council also agreed, at the
By Tom EdwardsAfter rode to John Manning Starke, Monday night to grab their along with John Williams, enlisted men. with two weeks Keystone suggestion of Mayor Chitty,

parcel of land.. S1.100.. ninth victory- of the season i Richard Hobbs, and Chuck Capt. Reddish stated that left on the calendar, has already Fray that all members would attenda

three years of trying Tom received 489.81 for his Arthur Dale, Starke, to Carlos from Macclenny 48-43. Moore. the company would like to en- brought 7.41 inches as!. State Road Board meetingto

young Tom Edwards finally steer. Musgrove. Starke, parcelof The Wilocais dominated Creeping gradually up on list several qualified men in compared with an average of begins TodayIn be held in Lake City March

placed a champion steer in the The' breeder from whom land, $2,000.Lorenzo play in the first half and them during the third period the Ordnance Company and 5.83 for the month since 1947. 5 to request that storm sewers -

4-H Fat Stock Show and sale, Tom bought Prince Angus Bob D. Green, Starke, built up a 27-21 halftime lead. the Tornadoes' Blaisdell l- the Special Forces Detach- Road Foreman R. E. Jones Live Oak be placed in the Pinehav-

a feature of the Tampa State Deriso of Tampa also will to L. K. Whitehead and Malt- As the, third-period got under ly tied it up with 5:24: left.In ment. Some of the present I said the' last two heavy rains en-Saratoga Heights area to

Fair each year when his contribute prize money in one land Whitehead, Starke parcel way they widened the marginto the fourth quarter at 37-37 personnel will be moving to had played havoc with thecounty's Bradford High cagers will ease the present drainage

Prince Angus, 15-months-old, way or the other because of of land 3600. nine points before the with a driving layout after i other units, and a number of graded roads, although test; their prowess tonight problem there.

830 .pounds-was, judged-first his policy of either refundIng A. Tornadoes began to pour on a pass from.outside:.by'Richard ,vacancies exist.-at this' time. no, bridges had been I [[Thursday; a. 9' ain. in Live '

in the light weight class and the purchase price or giving J. Thomas, Starke, to the 'co a1. Baker began playing Hobbs. Just 16 seconds This is also the month in reported washed out. Oak and they take on the City Clerk Merrill Edwards t
Hugh M. Clark Atlanta Ga. also said after the meeting.
Reserve Champion in the 4-H. away the next steer to the it "safe" in the third period later captain Chuck Moore which the entire National The rains also kept woods Bulldogs in their first game

t Division. buyer who places one of his : by freezing the ball, lifted Starke Into lead with a: Guard conducts a "Muster fires at minimum with only of the 1963 Keystone Confer that Starke's 135 parking me-

F Twelve-year-old Tom is the steers among the first four ina forcing the Tornadoes to go basket from the corner to! Day" program publicizing the two; reported during the past ence Tournament.The ters sold for a total of $2,358,

son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice show. Quarterback Club after it..After. make it 39-37, Starke. I history of the National Guard week, with a burn of six a- tourney is single elim- giving the city a balance of
$2,058 after the $300 still!
Edwards Jr. of Starke. The Tom plans to show a steerat I Meet Set Tonight the haphazard first Ernest Jenkins, then added and its services along with a cres. Since Jan. 1 there have ination and will run for three owed on the meters was paid.
young boy is two free throws to make it recruiting drive. been 25 fires with a total of
following directly the area 4-H show in Gainesville half Land began substituting I days this weekendThurs- Six of the meters Edwards

in the footsteps of his father February 25 and will II Regular meeting of the Brad freely to search of a combination 41-37 before Moore came back I Qualified persons are invited 131.7 acres burned. During day, Friday. and Saturday. said, had never been taken !

who had the only Grand also take a steer to the Madison ford Quarterback Club is scheduled that would click. He with another free shot and a to visit the armory to discuss the same period last year :If Starke beats Live Oak the from their crates. I

Champion steer ever shown I show March 15. for tonight (Thursday) at finally found one as David basket to make it 44-37. With. the National Guard pro- there were 35 fires: with 215 team will take on P. K. Yonge

from Bradford County when 7:30. Blaisdell and Ernest Jenkins less than four minutes left! (Continued on Page Twol! acres burned.
-4"'' who drew a bye in the semifinals /3 Starke WomenIn
his FFA steer won at the 0- in the same Baker's. Terry.
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cala Fat Stock Show in 1947. 31-27 Over P. K. YongeBSquad Tharpe -and- Gary Taylor Macclenny at 8:30 and Friday Fernandina night. I I Gainesville

Young Tom began his bucketed one each to 44-41.
career -
are scheduled to at 6
of showing prize cattle Richard Hobbs came back play p. Automobile WreckThree
m. tonight and Santa Fe and
when he was just nine with two free throws to makeit ISHIlfllllllHllWill
years Wins Tournament Green Cove Springs will
old by showing his first An- 46-41. Starke women were
off at 7:30 Win-
square : pjn.
gus steer in the State 4-11 With just a few minutes treated at the Gainesville
of those two will
z Fat Stock Show and games Medical Center and released
Sale in Starke's Baby Tornadoes, on left in the game Macclenny'stall ; also advance to the semifinals -
the Tampa State Fair. Tuesday afternoon after the
The the shooting of Donald Falcon Louis Combs tallied for Friday and will play at 7
steer placed first in the light car in which they were riding
weight class.In David Dyal, and Mike two points and Starke's JohnWilliam's pjn. The consolation contestis collided with another auto at
Sistrunk, pushed back I scheduled for 7 Satur-
a p.m.
NW 3rd Ave. In Gainesville
added two more for I
1962, Tom was there strong bid by P. K. Yonge I day and the championshipgame .

with another steer this time and advanced to the championship %: .L I 'S 41 Starke to end the scoring at I! is set to begin at 8 p.m. at5p.m.The

placing third in the 4-H class. of the first Keystone 48-43. j i Tonight's meeting with live'Oak 'I three suffered cuts and

Tom also entered a steer last .v bruises hospital spokesmensaid.
Conference Junior Varsity Things went badly for the will be fourth for the two ,
year in the annual Madisonfat Basketball I .
Tournament here \ Tornadoes in Fernandina last teams this year. Starke won
stock show where he : Police identified the
Saturday night. womenas
Friday as they were upset the first two games, but the
first in the medium weight Falcon supplied JoAnn Mobley, 18, driver of
superior lw',3 f 64-51 by the Pirates. Forward Bulldogs beat the Tornadoes
4-H class. He also continued floor the Joanne Gassett 23
play and scored 11 points I car; ,
week before
: : ; Charles Corbett was the Tornadoes' last In Live Oak
last year by showing a steer while and Katie Lee Hicks 18.
Dyal and Sistrunk fur downfall as he rackedup and nil have another chance ,

in the area 4-H show in Gain nished 8 points each to lead & 27 points to lead bothteam's I to repeat that performance on The Mobley car was travelingwest

I esville. Each of these showsis Coach Dub Lowrimore's charges I their home court. on NW 14th St., police
in scoring. Billy Dowl p.'I
a joint 4-H and FFA at- 31-27 J I
over the Blue Wave. I said, when it passed a stop
ing got 20 points for Starke.
traction. II The Tornad'es had already CWO Al Crosby sign and struck a car driven

But it was last week that topped Live Oak 23-19 and The Tornadoes will participate by William Samuel Daniel, 32,

the young cattleman reachedthe Santa Fe 39-14 to gain the in the conference tour. To Speak To of Melrose, going east on 3rd

fil1 ls. The Blue Wave had in Live Oak this weekend.: Ave. Damage was estimated at
height of his still bud- I ney :Civitan Club
downed Green Cove 29-21 and $150 to the Daniel car and

ding career by showing the Fernandina 30-20 in their bid ._ I $300 to the Mobley auto. Miss
Rahv nrna.dnp-
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Al chief
Reserve Champion in the 4-H for the championship ---" --------- I : Mobley was charged with run
BBS Athletic Director David nurse presents the championship : officer of the Starke Company -1
division at the Tampa State Saturday night's playoff Top MacclennyFor ning a atop sign.February .
Fair. Prince Angus sold at: game was routine until the trophy to Baby Tornadoes (1-r) Gene Pass, David be celebrated by Starke Merchants Florida National Guard,
will to the Civitan Club
half with Starke holding a Dyal, and Donald Falcon following the championship contestof llth VictoryIn speak :
auction for 63 cents per pound next Tuesday morning on the 20
safe 17-10 at intermission.But the first Keystone Conference Junior Varsity Basketball with their first big CooperativeSales
and Tom was also awarded organization of the newly organized
the Tornadoes could muster Tournament last Saturday night. Starke beat P. K. Yonge winning their eleventh Is Tag Deadline
prize money totaling $54. After company and the
only two field goals in 3127 to win the crown. contest against only three defeats Event of 1963. See next week'sTelegraph
auction fee deducted of
possibility obtaining a new
the third period against P., Starke's Baby Tornadoes
automobile license
S Although
here.Program .
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K.'s six and going into the Monday night added Macclen and Tri-County Shopper
final quarter the score stoodat -, ny to their list at 3125. at the meetingthis tags have been selling at the

March of Dimes 22-21 with the Blue Waveon Tornado regulars played for details. Tuesday was presented rate of more than 100 per day

top. 1L by Program Chairman Bob I during the past week Tax
very little of the second half ,
Victory Ball The fourth period was a after huildini a 151t'lead Turner. ..who.. .u played_ .a. record-_ : Collector J. R. Kelly says he
different story however with S BHS Student Alachua 301 tog entitled "The uving constitution -
L before intermission and then has approximately 1,460 to sell
Saturday, Feb. 23 Lowrimore's a
submit to defeat.crew refusing The Blue to S widened considerably in the elected DistrictRepresentative Road Funds To and history of dramatizationI I in the remaining five dajs before

9 Till 1 : S.. third period. Only Donald States' Constitution. the 20 deadline
Wave added another point for ji DCT February
Buy RightofWayAn
a 23-21 lead Falcon played the entire game of the I average"of
Bradford County when Falcon Meetings newly organized an almost 300 a

flipped a 25 foot set shot : for the regular five and he Tom Moore of Bradford estimated $500,000 need- Civitan Club are now

FairgroundsBuilding through the cords from the iIZ1F was high scorer with 12 points High School was elected i held each Tuesday morningat day.Kelly's Tuesday<: -
I figures
right side of the basket to followed by Jeff Warren with District n Representativeat ed for right-of-way for fourlanin 6:30: in the Garden Restau
tie the nine. Mickey Dansby had five U. S. 301 Ala- cated that 2,801 tags nad beta
score. The Blue Wave the District H DCT [Diversified ? througn rant.

Music By again went ahead 25-23, but ci.IA points and Emmett AfcrJdge Cooperative Training chua County will come from sold so far, but that is far

the flashy Falcon pulled a repeat i S4I and John Odom two each. ] meeting in St. Augustine Co. CommissionTo short of the 4.402 tags sold
secondary road funds the Ala
THE CAVALIERS performance to tie it uJ: P' --., Coach Dub Lowrimore Pro- last Saturday.The Meet last year through February 20
at mid-period 25-alL chua County Commission decided TuesdayBradford
tense moments
-.5 -.S-- some meeting was attendedby and his office expects a last
Couple S -
After that, superior flow:r -._ I S that had the crowd on its members of the Bradford Tuesday.The County Commis minute rush. The rush I Ii noth-

I play and foul shooting won 1, I feet after his cubs let Mac County CE Club IDCT A commissioners sinners will meet at 10 a. m ing unusual, however since
the for .
game as Mike I program was held during the anticipateS Tuesday. Feb. 19. for the purpose -I tags are selling at Just about
This Space Contributed Sistrunk was fouled and sank Freshman Donald Falcon gets ready to take a short jump clenny; narrow the margin to morning which included guest that enough money of interviewing architects t the same rate at which they

Weekly to Publicize two free throws to put his in the championship contest between Starke Junior Varsityand four mid-way the fourth period speakers,. a speech contest over in a proposed $2.2 million I with an eye to getting plans went last year.

team back into the lead 27- P. K. Yonge Saturday night in the first Keystone Conference but they brought it out and campaign speeches by The
for new Bradford County tag agent's office will
David : bond issue to take care of the a remaIn -
Community Events by Dyal and Falcon Junior Varsity Tournament. Falcon led the scoring with Odoa and Abridge bitIng candidates for various district courthouse off the ground. ... after
then each added a pair to with 11 offices. 26 miles of 301 rightofwayin I open." .. noon this
The Community points. Fekon. .. Bradford County ClerkCharles
put it on ice at 31-27 withP. along After the business meeting: Alachua ; Saturday, February 16, as: long
County. The project Darby said yesterday;
State Bank K. managing to get only 1 Thursday afternoon wit hi vious week. Though playing a It was the Tornadoes final in the* afternoon the entire that several architectural I I as people keep commg to purchasq .
one more basket in the fray.I Starke taking on Live Oak I tense ball: game which took: : is scheduled for completion In I
.1 I home game this cason.J group toured the Castillo de firms will be represented at: their 1963 license: plates,
The tourney began last. who had beaten them the wet l Continued on Page Sis! ''
San Marcos in St. Augustine, .the next two years .__ -- the meet'Ps.' ----.1__ Ken l aa14.


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:Mr. and Mrs. J. A' Redlin of 'Lawtey Dances I .1 Judge Patten said this was I I would be a. valuable asset to ', '.

I Chicago, 111. will arrive this .. not for evidence, but for impeachment -,I the committee due to his Guards To
Are ScheduledThe .. '.
weekend to ten days J -
spend '
T: r .. purposes only. [: background and previous ex-
with Mr. and Mrs. George After pleading guilty at the!I I perience in livestock opera-

Kaufmann and family. public is reminded of re-trial the defendants threw'themselves tions. Merge Feb. IS 1

John'Campbell, county agent the series of dances scheduledfor on the mercy of The committee will meet I

4. GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 984651 and Aaron Hutcheson, assistant the Lawtey strawberry the court, and Judge Patten .1 this Friday in Tampa.
Coun"tywere I (Continued From Page 1] !
county agent of Dade wharf during February. heard evidence in the case to i

in Gainesville Monday The students will have their I aid him in determining the 'I'I MAYOR'S COURT i (
: .'.. Albert Hull and Robert i J. R. Wainwright attendedthe and 'visited Mr. Hutcheeon'e regular Friday night dances I j gram at all times.
.. Clark are local degree of guilt and the pun-| I Ily on Sunday, Feb. 10. !
patients inDoctor's funeral of L. H. Lewis _
... parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. with the Valentine Sweetheart I
A long session in StarkeMayor's
I j "During the reorganization,
: Hospital. of the State Farm I
manager Hutcheson Monday night be- Dance set for Feb. 15. Door
47 Testimony from state witnesses Court Monday night
Mrs. I when both units will be consolidated -
Charley E. Johns : '
underwent er's Markets, which was held fore to Homestead :4 ? I
returning? prizes will be given away. showed that Cook was !i i saw Mayor Randal Chitty to form the 622nd
: surgery in Riverside Friday in Winter Haven. _
I Hospital Tuesday. "A" students, and winning r sti angled with a rope made of hear testimony in 23 cases, i Ordnance Company. personnel -
on Monday. Mrs. Dolph Reddish and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dansby team members Lawtey : Q. strips of blanket. At the time
I lfr!. Merntt on including seven for disorderly from both units as wellas
: Williams and David Reid of r- :
sister Mrs.
: Mrs. Hazel I ..and son of Perry were visitingMr. teams are admitted free the he was confined with 11 other conduct by disturbing the some personnel now in key
Ritch will attend Jacksonville a surprise !
i gave and Mrs. R. 0. Dansbyon
J week of the particular event. inmates in an SxlO-foot
I the Mother's: bay tea at Pi birthday for their cage peace. spots in other units will be
supper Sunday. 111'
I : Kappa Alpha fraternity at I father, D. W. Carpenter, this Mrs. Elliott Yelvin 'ton of I The .adults have reservedthe '- in the prison's disciplinary I' Other_ .n__ cases_.____ _included n.n three assigned leadership positionsand

t t the U. of F. on Friday. Franklin home on Santa Fe Lake Hastings was the weekend building for a benefit I unit.After each for failure to have a all personnel will be usedin
I dance! for the! Heart Fund on -- the made and that familiar .
Hitch I is social chairman The 12 i rope was vehicle under control positions they are
I ... last Friday night. guest of :Mrs. J. R. Kite. *
..:' for the fraternity. I members of Feb. 23. There will be square witnesses said, a game was causing an accident. public with anj that we have
guests included Mr. and Mrs. ,1(. T. Duncan I SCOUT WEEK ACTIVITIES
H. Rev. and J.lrs.B.. H. Rawles the immediate family. and children of West Point dancing, as well as ..a complete ,BOY I played, placing it around the intoxication, and disorderly room for," Capt. Reddish stat-
: variety of other types. prisoners' necks "to see if it conduct of and ed. "We to the
of High Springs were visiting Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ga. will spend the coming I II A highlight of Boy Scout Week in .starke was the award-< by use profane plan use per-
Sheriff This dance is exclusively for would fit." When the rope was I indecent language. There were sonnel in positions that they
: and Mrs. P. D. Reddish Ritch and :Mrs. Daisy Perry- week with Mr. and Mrs. K. ,G. ing of Eagle Rank, scouting's highest rating, to Donnie,
Sunday. I adults.. Admission will be $1 placed around Cook's neck, it i i two cases of driving without
on :
the weekend were trained in where possibleand
I man over Duncan. Thompson son of Mr. and 'Mrs. William B. Thompson Jr.; are
Pvt. John Arthur Reddish per person, with all net profitto was pulled tight the testimony lights And each for Unlawful
Miss Barbara. Colley of Among those attending the Pictured with Donnie above. are Neighborhood Commissioner:. 'I one to provide training for
: to the Heart showed. His cell-mates
.I of Fort Knox. Ky. has been of Atlanta. Ga.. the go -
Red Harvey State Fair in Tampa over speed, disorderly con-
Bill Shiner (left) and Scoutmaster David Montgomery.1! those who are in strange positions
Dancing starts at 8 pjn. put cloth Cook's face
I. a
J I transferred to' Foit Ord Calif. ; i
and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Hugg'ns,
weekend George
were: Thompson is the first local Scout to achieve Eagle Rank since i 1 and waited several minutes I! duct by fighting, reckless driving that will qualify them
; Mr and Mrs John Evans |
I Johns of Macclenny. Titus Olson. Mr. and Lira. '
j I of Haines City, 'Mr. and Mrs. Miss Betty Lou WainwrighJ Maurice Edwards Jr. and sons,. Mrs. Mary Renfroe 1957. He has advanced through all Scout ranks, starting as i before calling guards, witnes-!! and causing an accident,1 soon unless we can move them
I I a Cub, and is currently serving Troop 70 as Junior Assistant j, ses said. i I to break jail, and destruction -
: J, R. Crews of Jacksonville, of FSU was home for the Tom ,and Zach. Mr. and Mrs.'Services Held .I attempt i to other positions in the near

and Mrs. O. 1'?. Barry of I. weekend.Mr. Jim Ritch, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Scoutmaster. His Eagle badge was presented to him Sunday'' I I of private property. I future. With a large number
_, Brooker. were Sunday guests I Colson and family: Mr. and Last Sunday night by his mother in a special ceremony at the It'irstIt'th\ -Emergency Feed
Mrs. Gene Hapnerof of well qualified personnel we
of "Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy. Mrs. Arch Thomas Jr.,. .Dr odist.Church, attended by'his.fellow Scouts. I Is Set _'
Jacksonville were weekend ,I Program .I will unit and
have at strong
[ Renfroe
Martin ,
Mrs. H. P. Moye of Orlando and C. ,J. and Mrs. R. S. Mu'liiw'! and. Mrs. Mary THE RIGHT POINT for the
is spending two weeks with guests of Dr. Mrs. family, Mr. and Mrs. Ard! 92, of Lake Butler, died in, a For Bradford Co. way you writ*. Ceme In and''I; one that can accomplish the

her daughter Mrs. G. S. New- Houpt. Crosby Paul Hutchins and hospital there last Friday select your favorite ESTER-. i mission to which assigned immediately -
..,. Mrs. Don Hardenbrook and morning after an extended ill- F D. R. Billy
0 comb and family. Curtis Marlowe with the BUS ; Congressman BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- ," Cap Reddish
sons and Miss Ruby Green She had been a residentof ; Matthews has announced from
,.I _.: Little Anne Haynes is confined FFA boys. GRAPH.
visited Mrs. Isaiah Harden- Lake Butler for eight years office that said.
with chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hartmarnwere .4 : ? tLk his Washington
brook in Jacksonville Sunday there from'Bradford feed from
in Jacksonville last Wednesday moving emergency livestock
.. and :Mrs. J. R. Wainwright I
"-.4 and sons attended the afternoon.Mr. to Friday attendingthe County and made her home Idr the Commodity Credit Corp -
and Mrs. Charles C. with her niece Mrs. Pearl available through 1IjIk
State Fair in Tampa Tuesday. Boatarama.Mrs. 3. oration is I
.....r1k.-. ", Rep. and Mrs. Arch Thomas 1 Johns, Mrs. Nelson Green, and Alice Kite entered the Thomas. She was a memberof : March 31 to Bradford County Ii
Jr.'and son were in Miami attending I Ij Mrs. C. R. Bradford attendedthe University Medical Center 3n the Church of God. ::4 cattlemen at 75 per cent sup-

.IOt District Wesleyan Service Gainesville last Thursday. Surviving beside Mrs. port price for foundation .__
the legislative week- ,____._,__,.riIJ
; '. Hid. and also attended the Guild meeting in Lake City Airman 2/C and Mrs. Donald Thomas, are three stepdaughters twv.s herds, and 100 per cent sup- I / \

.lit. State Fair in Tampa. Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Cooper and family have movedto Mrs. Ava Pace, and Mrs. port for other eligible cattle. p
J. D. Lyles of Jacksonville where he is stationedat Mildred Wilkes both of Fort
Tampa Cattlemen are advised to .
Mr. and Mrs. Staf-
.: Henry the ; L
the first of
anelli] and family attended the spent the MacDill AFB. Myers and Mrs. Phyla Turnerof contact the local ASCS office

week with Mrs. J. H. Fields. Mrs. Willard Williams en Lake Butler; and a stepson ._ ..,;_. for further details. ; 1L
wedding of their son Raymond ----- --- -S -san
She was accompanied by Mrs. tered St. Vincent's Hospital on Joseph E. Renfroe. of Lake !
to Judy Vincent in Pa- Ethel Barbonr of Jacksonvillewho Saturday where she underwent Butler. first aid and other Scouting skill* <
ducas. Ky- on Feb. 9.'as was visiting Mrs. Carrie Troop '70 Scouts on a vacant lot on Call Street as a featureof
surgery on Monday.Mrs. Funeral services heldat all _
were Hood Soft Rinse
Local admittances to Brad- Ward. Jack Trawick and family 3 Sunday in the Lake Scout Week, Feb. 713. The Scouts erected several tents, Appointed To I: pampers
p.m. and
ford County Hospital this Charles Jefferson Davis, a were in Tampa over the with and showed passersby how to start fire with flint, how to tie 'i your washables-- your, j
Butler Christian Church Livestock
week include Mrs. Esther retired government engineer of weekend visiting her mother, Rev. Clifford F. Dance offi i- various knots, and other Scouting activities. The boys spent Group t pocletbook: ,:! Duffs tor \\- Hood ?
Starling, Terry Joe Woodfin, Denver, Colo was a visitor r rU and to flcccv soft -
and at- Friday' in
Anderson the tents.
Mrs. Jane night !
ating. Burial will follow Jn Fred McDavid of Brooker
# Mrs. Doris Adams, and Mrs. last Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. !l ness. Leans fabrics so deep- -
'" the State Fair. ---
tending in the family plot in Sapp was appointed Tuesday to
? Sarah Kirby. L. A. Davis. property and cultivating the wrinkle-free that ironing'seazv'heu
Mrs. Arlen attended I
: L McKnight Cemetery under the direction I serve on the State Department j
126 Cases TriedIn all.
e at
15-acre orchard for better necessary
the Supervisor's Nurses pecan I .
of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral I of Agriculture's livestock i k &IC bku.$6mI '
.. Conference in Jacksonville on,I Home. County Court production, so now the technical committee. The appointment -I The complete( fabric softener 0 .

< Thursday to Friday. Active pallbearers were Van motel compares favorably withStarke's was made by Commissioner al the .rollumy pri .... _-.--
a During JanuaryA other excellent I I
Miss Betty Lou Wainwright mo-
of Agriculture Doyle
Dukes, Dave Richard, Clar-
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. ..
ence Roberts, Fernie Spires, tels.The Conner. ; HOOD SOFT RINSE "
; Wainwright, was recently initiated Wilson Rivers, and Homer heavy month in Januarysaw New Englander has In announcing MCDavid's

into Kappa Delta so- Welch. 126 cases come before just tied in with the city sew- I appointment, Conner said he

I rority at Florida State Univer Judge T. A. Yawn Jr. in Coun- erage system, thus eliminatingthe I '-- === = -- -
ty Court with the old'stand- hazards of septic tanks.
sity.Mr. Heart Films
: -. -- and Mrs. Thomas Blount by, unlawful speed, leadingth These improvements add to

and family of Hawkinsvffle, Ga. To Be ShownAt docket with 46 cases. the appearance of Starke ,

; were Sunday guests of Mr. and BHS Auditorium Ninepersons were chargedfor from the northern approach Four different ways to make going

Mrs. Ervin Andrews.Mr. having no valid driver's: to the city.Prisoners.

: OPENING TIME and Mrs. TV M. Smith license during the month for

: MONDAY THROUGH, THUPSDAY'U of guests Mount of Mr.Dora and were Mrs.weekend W. M heart Three will short be shown films on tonight the second,.'seven place for among driving the while offenses Lives more fun than getting there

. [Thursday] in the BHS auditorium Are Spared Get
'- '
: OPEN 7:00: P. M. SHOW STARTS 7i3O': Smith. starting at 8 o'clock. intoxicated and'Six-were-char-- ;

.. 1 'Flrt. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hixon Mrs. Beatrice Farber, chair- ged with reckless driving, wil-. Life Sentence You can see why one of America's will make you think that ice and snow
I 3:30 SAT. :00SUN.. 2:00 of Savannah Ga. spent the favorite outdoor
man of the 1963 Heart Fund ful and wanton. sports is driving are kid stuff; and for pure adventure,

weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. drive, announces that local There. were five cases each L Four State Prison inmates: Chevrolets, with four entirely different America's only sports car, Corrette-
I Friday, Saturday -- Feb. 15 16 R. Hixon. .. J '. :1 kinds of
to choose from. There's
I doctors will be on hand to for writing worthless checks,p were spared from the electric cars now in two all-new versions with looks
Mrs. S. W. Reed and familyof answer questions after the improper passing, and fishing chair recently when Circuit the Jet-smooth Chevrolet, about as luxu- that can stop traffic like a rush-hour

I DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Tampa and Miss Sonia films are shown. without a ,license, and four Judge George L. Patten sen- rious as you can go without going overblizzard.. Picked your favorite already?

I Hunter of Florida-Southern persons were charged with, tenced them to life imprison- board in price; the low-cost The next thing is to take
ONOUR CIANt! WID:.SCREEN college spent the weekend with There is no admission
ment for the Chevy a good-looking car : the wheel at Chevrolet
I _ voluntary intoxication. Three murder of their your
y charge, and the public is
Mrs. Sarah Hunter.
I '1.1_.7 _- _.A_ :.__) persons were charged with. cell mate. that would send any family BD ; dealer's. If that doesn't have
Cr : Friends of Mrs. Lucile Davis i urged to attend and get valu- ,
each of the following offenses The four packing; another family you thinking of places togo
able information developments prisoners, Jose
I will regret to hear of the death on new -
_' 4 of assault and battery petit Zuniga, Andrew King, James favorite, the sporty CorraiT, maybe you'd rather just
of her sister-in-law, Mrs. RufusJ. in the fight against -
U. gilIcf P.IMMth. will' .If Tatum of Jacksonville. At- heart disease. larceny, .allowing an unauthorized Rankin. and John Vile pleaded whose rear-engine traction Keeps wing (Great have a ball around town!

-** person to drive, failure to
guilty first degree murder -
Jfl "IUNES tending...the"funeral, on Friday.in
Jacksonville were Mrs. Bradford County 'to yield the right-of-way,I in the strangulation slay-

and improper driver's license. ing of a cell mate, Calvin -
IOLE t tI Davis. :Mr. and Mrs. L. F. _
I Industrial ,Growth There two for
were cases each Cook
on March 28. 1960.
Smith Jr. of Florala, Ala., and (
MARTY OMtY Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. Has Potential running stop signs Improper At a previous trial, they
RoBaNt.1 of Gainesville. exhibition! and commercia] had been convicted and sen-!
U MR. SUI S"sii!: ssi vou j fishing without license.
a tenced
U T1ALDROPJ 4h34a Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis Bradford County's potential I to the electric chair,

DPUtMt$ SU I were visiting friends in ,Inter. for industrial growth was Offenses drawing single but the State Supreme Court

: CAPTURESHEART lachen Sunday. viewed in a favorable light by: charges were possession of tax reversed the verdict on

f ofBMIWCE :Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cort Joseph Weil dean of the paid whiskey in a dry county, grounds that statements from

I : gjaYpRIct AMERICA!!! ney of Jacksonville were week- College of Engineering, University selling tax paid whiskey in a inmate witnesses, who refusedto

end guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. of Florida, in a talk dry county, selling intoxIcating testify at the trial, should

fl hHiLis E. Lewis. before the Chamber of Commerce beverages in a dry not have been read to th JET-SMOOTH CHEVROLET IMPALA SPORT COUPE

4 I .tI SCCKN :Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wingateof board of directors here county improper exhibitionof jury.

; : 1I1mrJ(91.I} ( I II CaUahan spent the weekend Monday. a dangerous weapon, leav- The inmate witnesses, when T '

\ ) 1lsr: i with Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones. Dean Veil said that the ing the scene of an accident, called to the stand during the :

1 : Mrs. Aggie Jones, who spent county has deposits of minerals improper change of lane, abusing first trial, either refused to

L : ( the past two weeks with the that are of great poten- a child, improper testify; or had faulty memor- : :::::: frA
change of lane
Tyler Jones while being ies. In .
I// returned to Callahan tial value in the allowing their previous L.: ---- -
space ,
II age
., I with the passed. no driver's license,
( Wingates.Mr. ,
I { and deplored the fact that written statements to be read -'- .t_ &j
list. Mt
c grand larceny improper start _
i4; and Mrs. Joe Jordan and the _- -_
state is not appropriating _. ;..: -
-- !family of Lakeland were Sun- from stopped position, Violation I, _

L SI ."oII'4o\"Iy- RS'" I I i day guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. sufficient this field.funds for researchin without of the restriction of driving !i T ___. _--. I .f u" ::f

j 1A. Lawson. glasses, disturbingthe THE
ITUZLEE \ Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs. While millions are appropriated peace, resisting arrest,

Ia II Guy Sale attended the Fashion for agricultural I research driving while license was suspended CHEVY U NOVA 400 SPORT COUPE
I-_ PLUS and he has no quarrel
.. Mart in Atlanta, Ga. from carelessly burning the CHRISTIAnSClfnGf
with this
sar- .. .. 0 Sunday- -..__ tr' \VP.. n.ort": ", Dean Weil said that' woods, taking dove during
n" -- --"-
4 J' state funds for research in .
Mrs. Annie Hollingsworth is; -------- -- I closed season, and failure to
I visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L 1// other fields is woefully inadequate stop at a railroad crossing. I
to do the
Hair in Lake City this week.

I Mrs. Hildabelle Bence, Mrs, The speaker said that Brad. El Rancho Motel I

Nita Downing, and Mrs. Helen ford County occupies an enviable mOmTOR
Kuchler of Jacksonville were position m the state, Changes Hands;

I. Sunday visitors of Mrs. Etta geographically, being at the; Has New Name -
I Hoover. hub of important highways

: Sue and :Martha Deas of and has recreation facilities The El Rancho Motel, 301
ALSO; CARTOON Lake City spent the weekend -including numerous 'lakes-.:. -North! ,'has changed hands and Accurate

with their grandparents, Mr that should make it attractive name. It is now the New Englander CORYAIR MOHZA CLUB COUPE

I .I Sun. Mon.j Tues Wed. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes.Mr. to new industry. He said the ; owned and operated

; and Mrs. Mark Herlong one thing that appeared to by. ;Wj iam- ,41. Summers, a Complete

I : Feb. 17 18 19 and daughter of Jacksonville be holding up the march of veteran hotel man with 25

,20 were visiting :Mr. and Mrs. W. progress was _the lack of unified years experience. News
. II _]rrL < F. Herlong on Sunday. community effortjn seeking Mr. Summers was recently

: ''wbw. I Mrs. E. W. Hayes will attend new -industry.. "You seem manager of the Ponce de Leon

I 4_ : the reception for mothersat to have good leadership, but Motor Lodge St. Augustine: Coverage

. i -the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity not enough. followers/? re' and prior to that was- assist I ;

I ..-... s.- P MGMpresenh A JOE PASTERNAK PwJwttOQ 9 at the University of.' marked. I ant manager of The Cloisters. '

1 DORIS STEPHEN JIMMY MAITtiA 'Florida on Friday. Dean Weil said another I Sea Island Ga. He was also)II
.4 Mrs. ri. B. Hamilton visited great advantage to Bradford t formerly assistant manager of''II I,, :

..., DAYBOYDDURANTERAYEE1LLT1QSU her son, Clarence Coleman, at County is its proximity', the i I I T $Prtncton. Inn Princeton,' f

...... Cape Canaveral: on Saturday. University of Florida and its N. J-. controlled by Princeton '

... Mre. A. R. Gamer, Henry great -research and experimental -.'','. university.. Mr. Summers' \. CORVETTE STING RAY SPORT COUPE
.-. Garner and Mr. and .Mrs. J. facilities. He ofered' also owns Linekin Lodge at ,

.... Kindred Smith of Jacksonville the ..assistance, of his department Bobthiay! Harbor, Maine.
.. willT the wwiderfu'music! "of : were Sunday dinner guests of in supplying data rela- Mr. ana 'Xlra Rudolph P. /'Now-Bonanza
j on four kinds
entirely different of cars at Chevrolet deakgATEWA ,
E RODGERS & HART Mr; and Mrs. H. B. Hamilton! tive to industries that might Drtner, owners of Linekin Viilage 1 Year $22 6Moaiks1J I your

4 make use of minerals and Cabins, East Boothbar. 3 Month $5.50
COLOR PANAYISTCN II other natural resources of this Maine the of I Clip this advertisement cud .
: I ;, are, managers i Ktvm it with 011I' cfceck V
y *r
... i I Esterbrook (Cartridge and area, and_ Invited the chamber ,i The New Englander and hope toner order to: HEVROt INC.Da

:: i Ii Fountain Pens $1.95 $!.9S directors to visit the College 'to move to Starke permanentlyXFfoeQQrtnerjrtoave The Christian Science: Monitor .

--.-' '.. .. $3-95 at The TELEGRAPH. of Engineering and' acquaint improved -! On Boston Norway IS, Mats.Street _,TJM

PLUS 'CARTOON. themselves with the j the New Englander In many j FS-I6 1 u. S. 301 (NORTH) STARKE, FLA. PHONE 964.3JOJ' -
-- facilities it offers .
: ways, landscaping the entire II .

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Miss Kaufmann UDC Members NEW RIVER BAPTIST .
j Final Rites I=-

M r. JacksonTo I II |Are Entertained WHAT, WHEN CHURCH ,

Are Held ForCrosby Sunday School 10 a. FREE

., Wed Feb. 23 II I I|At Davis HomeMrs. AND WHEREFeb. .I, Morning Worship, 11 a. m.m'i

E. M. Training Union, 6:30 Eve- ',
Mr. and Mrs. Kauf- p.m.
George a/_ L. A. Davis and Mrs.J. 'INSTRUCTION \1

GLADYS MOOTY 9640851I mann announce the approaching 6 E. Wilson were joint host- ning Worship, 7:30 pjn. Mid- !
PfQNE I 15
marriage of their daughter 4 ; esses last Wednesday\ after- Rev. Edward M. Crosby, 83, week Prayer Service, Wednes- :
--- .' Karolyn, to Benny Jack- I j noon when they entertained OES installation, 8 p..m., of Starke died in a local hos- day 7 pm. Everyone welcome.I CLASS FOR

Mrs. Jimmy RoweIs son, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.I i'I members of the W. T. Weeks Masonic Toastmistress Hall, open organization to public. pital Monday following an -Pastor Rex Brookins. '

e N. Jackson, all of Starke. I chapter U. D. C at the homeof extended illness. II
s ComplimentedAt meeting, sponsored by BPW Cash Paid for Good Clean
The wedding will be an the former Madison
on Rev. Crosby was a ministerin '
a 7:30 p.m. Meth. Fellowship I Rags No Khakis or Wool All BEGINNERSStarts
a event of Saturday afternoon,I
Stork ShowerMrs. Street. the Congregational Holi-
;L a v, Lic Hall. Cotton. Bring to Telegraph.I
i r x; ni 4ef Feb. 23, at 5 o'clock in the I The lower floor of the Feb. 16 ness Church for 51 years and GRAPH. I

I Jimmy Rowe was hon- First Lutheran Church 1801 I home was decorated with red BPOE dance, 8 pjn. Elks had made his home with Mrs. Ij j Tuesday

II ored at a stork shower Tues- NW. 5th Ave., Gainesville. I y and white carnations, snap- Hall. Ruby Strickland of Starke for

I dKf day night in St. Mark's Parish All friends and relatives of vas.Jacquelyn .M yI dragons, and other early Feb. 18 many years. He was born in NOTICE Feb.l9,9:30A.M. '

: House, given by Mrs. Carl La- the couple are invited to at-| Spring flowers for this meet- BHS PTA 8 p.m. school Georgia on August 27, 1879. | DOWLING

I { mar Johns, Mrs. Frazier Shaw, tend. | Hobbs, ing. I I cafeteria. Surviving is one daughter, ,
. t i
Mrs. Harold Godwin, Mrs. Miss Madge Middleton, pres- Feb. 21 I Mrs. Frances Conway of Jack- PRODUCE MKT. Bring A Friend
! :, Lemuel Williams and Mrs. Diane Millican, Mr. Mclnnis, ident, conducted the business BPW meeting 8 pjn. 1 I sonville. Or Two With You
Bob Genereux.An Bride-Elect Wed Here SundayMr. meeting. Volunteers were ask- Services were held in the

attractive pink and ed to attend the annual District Regional Library !I DeWitt .C. Jones Chapel in 1 I OF WINN-DIXIE Starke Lanes
1 1'j
white color motif was carried Is ComplimentedMrs. and Mis. James C'I! meeting of the UD.C.on Starke Wednesday with Rev. This Week's Special

''S out in the flower arrange- Hobbs of Starke announce I* Feb. 28 at the Jacksonville Board Meeting I Fred Combs of Sanderson 110 I LBS. U. S,
100 South
'j'ji ments and party decorations.The J. Land Joe Jenkins of Gainesvillewere and Mrs.A. the marriage of their daughter Woman's Club. Held Feb. 10A Fla. and Rev. L. S. Williams i NO. 1 IRISHPOTATOES 2Sc Highway PHONE 9646261For
refreshment table
: was Jacquelyn to Malcolm Mrs. Davis, registrar an- of Starke officiating. Burial I
covered with a beautiful pink hostesses at a lovely brid- Cleveland McInnis Jr., son of j nounced she had eight sub- meeting of the Santa Fe will follow in Santa Fe Cem- .I I League Information

i I linen cloth and centered witha al shower last Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. M. C. McInnis I scribers to the organization's Regional Library Board was etery under direction of De- I I i

pink and white artificial evening at the home of the of 415 Bath Club Blvd. N., St. magazine. Mrs. L. G. Powell, held at the Bradford County Witt C. Jones Funeral Home. --
j I arrangement. Mrs. Shaw latter honoring Miss Diane
pre- Petersburg.The historian, had charge of the Library on Sunday Feb. 10,
1 sided at the silver coffee Millican of Gainesville whose -
ser- I
Miss Nickelson, vice. marriage to Jimmy Hazen of ceremony was performed program and gave two readings at 3 p.m. Judge Yawn ;,, Health Facts
ed Rev. J. R. Brabham, pastor of Sidney Lanier, "The I Miss Beth Daane Regional
Is EngagedTo Appropriate games were Starke was an event of Friday in the First Methodist Marshes of Glynn" and "The Librarian, presented a budget ,Guest Speaker To y'f'_ Kendrick Smith M. D. writing i in the

Mr. BlessingAdmiral played during the evening and evening. Church on Sunday afternoonat Song of the Marshes." j I revised by the budget comi -j Methodist Men I New York Medical Journal reported the
prizes awarded to the winners. Arrangements of artificial I
flowers 2 o'clock in the presenceof Following the prpgram the j i mittee after state aid was following case!
Centering the gift table were used to advan-
and Mrs. W. R. D. wasa in the families and a few hostesses served tea. The tea made available, and read the I County Judge T. A. Yawn "The most severe case of kidney pain
large stork. The hostesses tage decorating points of
Nickelson, Jr. of Gainesville presented the honoree with a interest for the occasion. The close friends. table was covered with a beau- revised by-laws to include Un- : was guest speaker at the Meth-: which it has been the fortune of this

announce the engagement of baby swing set as a mementoof refreshment table was over- I The former Miss Hobbs is tiful linen cloth and was cen- ion County in the Santa Fe'odist Men's supper meeting. writer to see, one attended by a dozen

their daughter, Anna Mary, the occasion. laid with a handsome linen a graduate of Bradford High I tered with a low arrangementof Region. Monday night discussing the: members of the staff of a great Boston

to Herbert S. Blessing, HI. Mr. Thirty-five guests were invited cutwork cloth and centered School attended the University I red and white carnations.Mrs. Miss Verna Nistendirk, Di- varied duties and activities of Dr. Bofflnger hospital, where surgery was the unani-

Blessing is the son of Mrs.j I to attend between the with a crystal punch bowl of Florida and receivedher I Powell presided at the rector Library Extension, discussed his office Judge Yawn is also! mous advice after exhausting all other regular pro-
James Kernes of Miami and B. S. degree in Home Economics I silver service during the tea the state aid law for judge of the Juvenile Court
I ceedures
I hours 7:30: to 9 o'clock. surrounded by florets and : I was cured instantly by spinal adjustment of
the late Herbert S. Blessingof Education from the hour. I public libraries that was enacted and the Small Claims Court. "
the 9th dorsal vertabra which
I greenery. I I I was out of position.
West Virginia.The Florida State University by the 1961 legislature'and commented favorably -
I Judge Yawn
High School PTA Among the 50 guests were Spinal adjustments often prevent surgery and restore -
bride-elect attended H. Mrs. V. V. Hazen, mother of where she was a member of Victory Ball the amount of grants for on the recent move of' health after every thing else has failed.

Sophie Newcomb College in To Hear Morgan the bridegroom, Mrs. Max Kappa Delta Pi and OmicronNu Will Conclude I I which libraries qualified in the County Commission to em-I

New Orleans and is a gradu- Furlong Mrs. M. F. Hazen, national honorary socie- 1962-63. The Santa Fe Region, ploy an architect to start plan- Bring Your Health Problems ToThe

ate of the University of Mis- i| Harmon Morgan, Supervi-' Mrs. L. O. Hazen, Mrs. George ties. She taught school in St. March Of DimesMrs. which includes Alachua, Brad- ning for a new courthouse. He

sissippi. At present she is a i sor of Public Instruction, will I Canova, and Mrs. W. R. Rich- Petersburg for two years andis r ford, and Union counties received described crowded conditionsand Bollinger Chiropractic Clinic

social worker for the Department i talk on the text book shortage ardson, all of Starke. presently attending the Patricia Cauffman,j $30,095 ana Miss Nis- lack of privacy in his office -I 426--- -M... Wolniif.. -...-- Street Siarke', Fla< .
of Public Welfare in : and proposed school leg- Florida State University where chairman of the March of tendirk gave estimates of and said the public was -

Gainesville.The islation, at the Bradford High District WSCS she has a graduate assistant- Dimes campaign in Bradford grants which are requested in entitled to better facilities than Insurance Cases AcceptedRemember

bridegroom-elect is a School PTA meeting next ship and will receive her Mas- County, has announced the the; State Library's Budget for were now being provided in the ,

graduate of the University of Tuesday night at 8 o'clock in 'Day Apart' Set ter's Degree in Housing and completion of plans for the 1963-1965. She asked that all ,I|present courthouse. -

., I :Florida and is attending the the school cafeteria.The 'At Melrose Church Interior Design this summer. Victory Ball to be held Satur- persons interested in better I j I, The speaker was introduced r \

University of Florida Law eleventh grade mothers I i 1 : The groom graduated fromSt. day, Feb. 23, in the new Brad- library service urge legislative 1,.I.by George T. Huggins, pro- YO U \
e and cabinet support'of 9YMPATBY Ct
i School. Mr. Blessing is a member will serve refreshments. The Gainesville District Petersburg High School ford County fairgrounds build- I gram chairman. BES1S"ES1t 0 V E

I of Phi Alpha Delta legal] "Day Apart" for the Woman's and received his B.S.E. degree ing. ,, program. !,,

fraternity, and is active in PresbyterianCircle Society of Christian Service from the University ofj I Dancing will be from 9 p. Mrs. V. Hines, bookkeeper.I i

the Law Review and on the will be held at the Methodist Florida where he was a mem-i m. to 1 ajn., with music pro- for the Santa Fe Region, gave i rectors. That Special Occasion With

Honor Court. He is also a MeetingCircle Church in Melrose on Wed- ber of Alpha Tau Omega social vided by The Cavaliers of a detailed account of the expenditures -I Among the civic projects discussed -

in the U.S. Air Force I He received his Admissionwill and allocation of were:
captain nesday Feb. 20, from 10 a.m. fraternity. Jacksonville Beach. FLOWERS fromCOLONIAL
two of the Presbyterian regional funds for 19611962.
Reserve. to 2 p.m. LJJB. degree from Stetson be $3.50 per couple. Large sign boards for mount-

The wedding will take placein Church met with Mrs. W. University College of Law is Mrs. Cauffman said this will Relative type; of bookmo- ing the insignia of various civic
A. Stern Tuesday morning I Mrs. R, E., Rutland of MC- biles discussed in view
April. a member of Phi Delta Phi le- ]be the final fund-raising event organizations at the north and I
Intosh, district secretary of
with ten of
members present. gal fraternity, and the Flor- : sponsored by the March of purchasing a new bookmo- south entrances to Starke on
Spiritual Life, will be in I FLORISTStarke's
Mrs. T. A. Yawn Jr., chair- bile this fiscal year. 1
CYF Valentine ida Bar Association. At pres- Dimes, and will complete a U. S. 301.
charge of the program. Mrs. :
I man, presided over the busi- Dr. Florence Jennings reported -
ent he is a First Lieutenant 1 successful campaign to Additional beautification of
Newell of Gainesville very
George -
Social ness meeting and also presen- on a children's reading Oldest Florist
EnjoyedThe ted the program. District President of the in the U.s. Air Force with the I raise funds with which to workshop held at AndersonJr. the north and south approacheson and onlyF.

Christian Youth Fel- During the social hour the Woman's Society, Mrs. R. A. Judge and Advocate will,, be General stationed office atj-j combat crippling arthritis High School in Lawtey on 301, and a general "cleanup ,,,,,,,,,. T. D. Member. .
I ;and birth defects. paint-up, fix-up" campaignfor
Alley of Ocala, and Mrs.: I
January 8, by Miss Jane
lowship held a Valentine social hostess carried out the Valen- I Goose Bay Labrador for the the city.
Sunday evening at the tine theme in refreshments Crosby will be the speakers. coming year.Outottown. VA Loans'Available McPherson, Children's Librar- FLOWERS WIRED ANYWHERE-WORLDWIDE
home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin and decorations. Registration will begin at ian for the Santa Fe Region. I The next meeting of the Phone 964-6291 506 E. Nona St.
9:30 Each member will guests were group will be held at 7 p. m.
: a.m. The workshop was -
Now participated DOT
Williams BAGWELL
N. Street.
on Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm C. Mc- Manager
Recent Births bring a sandwich. A nursery in by school and public li- I Wednesday, March 13. I.I I. I
An attractive Valentine Innis, Miss Judy McInnis,
will be provided. Veterans who are interested Virarinns -from--- Alarhna and
theme was carried out in the Mrs. Lillian Woodward, Mr. ,- '
Bradford in securing a home loan Bradford County and Bradford ', -
party decorations. The refreshments County Hospital and Mrs. George Nelson and \
ToastmistressClub from the Veterans administration County Library Board
announces the folIo wing
table was covered daughter, Cheryl, all of St. '
with a Valentine cloth and births: NoticeA Petersburg, Miss Gloria and who qualify are members with Anderson Jr.I I

centered by a Valentine shaped Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gibson, Bryant, Jack Simonds and Mr. advised by A. L- Crosby Jr., I High teachers. j!
that Mrs. Sophia Rivers, an
County Service Officer, gave REVIVALSPINE
cake iced in red and white. Lake Butler, a daughter Ton- meeting will be held at and Mrs. Leon Miller and '
direct loan funds are avail- enthusiastic account of the:
The 14 da Elynn, Feb. 6. 7:30: pjn. Friday in the Meth- family, all of Jacksonville
young people en- able at this time. first three months of bookmobile i j
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Trisler odist recreation hall for all Mrs. Farris Martin of Montgomery -
joyed games and listened to operations in Union |
Starke, a daughter. Marian women interested in organiz- Ala., and Mr. and Interested veterans are urg-
recordings during the evening,, ed to act immediately while County. :|
Kay. Feb. 8. ing a Toastmistress Club in Mrs. Jimmy Hobbs and Mr. Miss Daane urged library'!
Mr. and Mrs. Williams were: Bradford County. The meet- and Mrs. Wilbur Barry, all of funds are still available. "It
Mr. and Mrs. James Braddock trustees ana staff to attend
assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Dan I Maxville, a daughter, ing is sponsored by the Gainesville. might be that the veteran the Florida Library Association ,
J loan within
Harley, CYF sponsors. Tamera Sue. Feb. 9. Starke BPW Club as a com- could secure this I Convention in Clearwater LEVEL
weeks if acts
munity project. DKG four or five he
I Sorority
April 24-27 if possible. '
now, while funds are available -
I Mrs. Marie Volp, a past Holds MeetingIn ," Crosby said.Requirements I The. group inspected several ,
1 president of the Seacrest vacant buildings in Starke !
Your Friendly 1 Toastmistress Club in Jack- Green Cove are that the
1 with a view to their use for
sonville, will be guest speaker. veteran have an honorable I library purposes.' \

All interested women are invited Alpha Nu Chapter, Delta discharge for 90 days or more ,I BAPTIST CHURCH

; Community State Bank ; to attend this meeting. Kappa Gamma, met Feb. 8 at of service during time of war., The the following persons attended -
the home of Mrs. Mary Zell- World War n dates are from-

Luncheon Given ner in Green Cove Springs. Sept. 16, 1940 to July 25, 1947. Miss Verna Nistendirk Di-.
IS'WI 1 Korean dates are from June rector, Library Extension. Tal- !

For Ladies Class Miss Kathryn Epperson of 27, 1950 to Jan. 31, 1955. lahassee; Miss Beth Daane,;
Lake Butler, chapter presi-
the busi- The direct loan, the only Regional Librarian, Mrs. V. :
dent, presided over
Members of the Methodist Hines, Regional !
ri been bookkeeper,; .
loan that has availablein
: ness session, and Green Cove .
Ladies: Bible Class were entertained Bradford County, be Gainesville; Judge Hayford ,
members in may
Springs were
lhJ I at luncheon last Satur- Enwall, Mrs. Addison Pound. :
limits of avail-
made within
of the The
day at the home of Mrs. W. charge program. able funds by the Veterans I, Mrs. Ida Keeling Cresap, Library 1
devotional given by Mrs.
E. Middleton with Mrs. Walla was Board members, Gaines- FEB.
Administration for the
ON Loreen Foster Mrs. Edna pur- ; :
ville E. G. Cann, ,
Lipsey as co-hostess. ; board mem- ;
selec- chase, construction or repairof
played a piano
The Middleton home ber, High, Springs; Mrs. Mar- ';
in certain
housing areas
I tion, and the book. "The Pea-
Friday Evenings attractive for the occasion tra M. Riherd Mrs. Sophia J. '
where GJ. loans from private
body Sisters of Salem, was
Rivers, board members Lake'! P.
with arrangements of narcissi lenders are not available.
1 reviewed by Mrs. Loreen M.\\
Butler; Mrs. Junius Smith, :
pansies, and yellow jon-
ter. Maximum loan .s $15,000 and 4 4S
FRO quils. The 15 members attend- I and Dr. Florence Jennings,
Members attending from the interest rate is 5 1-4 per
board members, Starke. Mrs.
ing were seated at card tableswhich
were centered with pink Starke were Mrs. Edna Hart cent. W. Bj Scoggins and Mrs. Ed- ; 0 i

4:00: to 6:00: P. M. 1 camellias. Mrs. Mona Canova Mrs. Mur- Entitlement to loans began ward Burns, library staff i : t:1

iel Norman, Mrs. Tommie No- i members, Starke. : 1 __ _
to expire on July 25, 1962 and =
For Your ConvenienceWHY lin. Miss Della Rosenberg!| ,
Elks To DanceThe
'j in no case can extend beyond '
Mrs. Kate Sheppard, and Miss Starke Civic

Reba Starnes. July 25. 1967 for World War<
Elks Club will hold the i j Round Table DR. DOLPHUS PRICE SPEAKER I

DON'T YOU TAKE ADVANTAGE OF monthly dance for membersand CARD OF THANKSWe I n veterans.
guests on Saturday eve- f Korean veterans' entitlements Meets Wednesday .

THESE HOURS TO DO YOUR BANKING ning, starting at 8 o'clock. in wish to express our ap-I end on Jan. 31, 1975. Special Music 1
< Starke's recently organizedCivic
I the Elks
preciation for the flowers s, Interested veterans may .'. "
Roundtable met Wednes'' $
Community State Bankof The BPOE enjoyed a barbe- cards and other expressionsof ', contact Service Officer Crosby day night and elected permanent Bible Preaching"Come : i!
cue supper at the lodge hall
last kindness during the recent! for more details and for in- officers, as follows: Bu-
Saturday evening with 30 t
Starke I members and guests attend illness of J. S. Sapp.-Mrs. J.1 formation regarding- initial 1'ford Mitchell president; George Thou With Us, And We Will Do The Good."
i Pierce, vice president; L. H.
ing. S. Sapp. steps to secure a loan. I
Outlaw and Fred Snell di-.:.

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WE OIYE (Except Fountain and Tobacco Items


FRI. you're Dollars ahead with aq from I

SAT. $18.95 Electric Blankets - $13.95 $8.00: Eterna by Revlon NOW $6.00 ,
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tiG'REEN_' 100 Multi Vitamin Tablets - $1.98 $4.50 Moon Drops by Revlon, NOW $3.00 i .

FREE BOX OF TISSUE 69c Helena Rubinstein's ml T mill S DRUG STORE

With Purchase Of 1 RuaU Tooth Brush Ultra Feminine Cream, $6.00 size $3.75

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T Y "I on. was gowned in lavender !I -5- I I II fYTYrVYYYYYyvTyYYYYY'T'II I|I I also be a nuisance: ,when they { parents, Mr. and Airs. .Leslie II | a suit :-In equity has been I, dure. If you fall .a de- J :
k confessed <' I
with matching head and II I ' and other
1AXV1LLE piece I I cars bicycles, Waters, in Lake Butler. j as plaintiff in the Circuit Courtof S against you fo iet de. t

I a corsage of the same color. '-:--. NEW RIVEn [i traffic on the roads. Friends; of Charles Cribbs Bradford County. Florida against ,i i manded in the t : "

Miss Kilgore wore blue, and WITH COUNTY : Mr. Micco, a Seminole ,Indian will regret to learn that he Florida you equipment and also Company against of Notice It is hereby shall be .p t*at tbl" :I

Miss Johnson pink, with : F.5E: c: >i I Turner I| and a student at the i! was injured last week on his 'i iI Tampa. :&. ('(ll'poranjlnLnil.; .. each week. for I
.Bf Airs.. .C. B. Nolan matching head pieces and cor- DhRy :i! Baptist Bible School in Grace- I job in Winter i \is; J. T. Quigley.pKoenix! ,,\ssurrance ,weeKs (n Tht' flUll.h1onc"! i
Haven. He is1
AGENT Company of w York, Telegraph a !
sages.Following. YOUR IAAAALAAAAA AAAAALA.AAAA : ville, was guest speaker at j I ,t i
] of
lAAA&444A 4&A.'A A.. J. the husband of the former' a.W, York ,carpMattenUarcar'"Alnmlnnm ; newspaper g.ner !tula- I
t-; NeW River Baptist ChurchI Praa&jts Co. a i i.i tion within >aid coun -
the ceremony a The' friends of Mrs. I Carolyn Jones. p han '
S my
I 44 corporation and11' Control : !
SL '
E ; ;;j reception was held at the 5- Murlie Crews will be glad to I st Sunday. He translated S Mrs. .E. M. Padgett and i Produ ts of Ocala, Inc., a ,corporation |: and the &eaI of said u WIii
I't home of the bride's brother- !\ some Bible verses from our as defendants "rn the t Starke Bradford: Com or. \
know that she Is home again daughter Gainesville '
were i Jann
in of
S S above styled cause to declare > ida this :29! day i763.
English to his native Creek
It4 ill-law and sister Mr. and after being in Bradford Coun- Saturday. j and adjudicate the following I CHARLES A. DA Y

Mrs. James Strickland. The r ty Hospital three weeks. language, and also sang a described property situate in i As Clerk of the Clrcu '..iirt I
Bradford County. Florida. to-wit: I County.
song. of Bradford r a.
III four-tiered wedding cake cen- ; We usually thing there may i\ TUB c-mrrir roiur or Lot 1 of flock :3 in Pine- (rmQl; l' COURT SEAHOLLIS I: t
tered the table Rev. REX Brookins, pastor of Tim G 1
which KX1C.HT
was.co be a bit of when. KUiUTII JlimiVL 1ta\-E'n. according; to plat V.
gossip we
vered with a beautiful cro- the New River Baptist Church, CIltniT OF FLOlllDl\ thereof recorded in Pla ,'1'. O Drawer F
t: ; hear someone whispering, but i a' AMI: FOR IIIDFOHD COt.NTl. EGok1 Page .65 of the I Starke. FloridaAttoiney
is at Bible
.{ I chcted table cloth and was; 'this time it- real of Baptist -. 1CM: \NfKKV.IX i current public records of : for Plaintiff
:', : I cut and served with punch by. was a case !, Institute, but returns each ,('.t'F: \o. 13-um. Bradford County. Florida : 1-31: 4t 2-21
laring1t1s that had It!. L. Johns UK I
: Adoption .
f i Grace I week with his family: for his pfShield. to l>e the constitutional homestead -::=.
Padgett. Jewel Cover- -- ... ,
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w By Joyce Waterhouse, =:
f whispering all last week. I of the plaintiff and to | --
; 5 weekly appointment.< We loveS A Minor.oimnit 1 .
dale and Patty Pariish. The saidhnmectead ,
W! I T. declare and adjudicate the
I 1 George Mr. and :Mrs. Crews OF prni.ic.vubv '
and his family and know to .he from
bri c's book kept by Mrs.)
was AMI: '
: : HugginsEarly viitedMre. Murlie1 Crews last I the lien of the Judgments helitby WILLIAMS
\ Dorothy KIlgore. .j ,I we are really blessed in having -. TO; It-atrk Urown YVitierJiouca;: .,i. and the.t ht'r named 1
/'. S Friday and went on to North ; him as our leader. I, al.il; Jefferson Street houston' yi
ft i After the reception the_ ._nm_.._._ __ :23;;, Texas defendant against the said 'S
i Carolina for a week'svaca- The New River Baptist You JOif'pJ\)_ "iTarren
( left wed- arc hereby notified that JEWELRY I
young couple on a Information malathion. 1 ;
Tobacco hion or
: tion. You herein *uinnion:< rft
) I Church has more than 20 new ,: a petition has been filwl in,the
r : ding hip to St. Augustine.AUSTINCANNON I! Copy of a letter coming Most strawberry plants are I above' stjled Court by Ashley! I ordtml and' required to filtt
S Roy Turner was in Starke members and the spiritualS I I-:1wOod: your writt'pri nwr or defenses'to '
,I. i, the office of far enough along that a few Drown. Jr. and his wife REPAIRS
through our
IL IsIs1k., < 1 Thursday, isiting'his daughter growth has been wonderful Xatherlena Mc-Call Ilrown for the complamt and 8111..nI.d'romplalnt
Mr and Mrs. N. L. Cannon !! Commissioner of Agriculture, warm days are bringing outa I ','the adoption of Shiela JoyceVatrrhouse with the Clerk of said WATCH KS-DIAMONDS
Mrs. J. M. Reddish. and during his short time a our
\ Circuit Court tire CountyCourt
I.U : "4_ announce the marriage ofi! Doyle Conner, clarifies the crop of bloom. Some bloom family. < S I pastor. Come out and hear \ required" to and ere you a are copy hereby of'- House at in Starke. Florida. ,,
; 4, their daughter Helen Lucille | matter of sales tax on tobacco -> has missed a frost long enough I your answer or objections tht're.I' on or before February. 1363: ( All Work
! : : Sorry to report that :Troy him.As to. upon Theron A. and to serve copy of such answer -
to Wilber Lee Austin son of sticks. that a little fruit is beginningto | Yawn Jr. i 1 VKni'sht. C. Williams
i Duke is real ,sick ,at his home many telephones as r petitioner's: attorney whose'', or defenses upon Hollis
Mr. and Mis. Brownie Austin Tobacco sticks do involve be seen. This indicates thatit there mailing address is: Post Office plaintiffs attorney
are our community, St.
t\\ of Highland. The wedding, border line situation in the is time to begin using Cap- I near here. r' !>rawer :340, Starke Florida Ii i herein whose address is: P. 0. 142 W. CaD
'JOIINSOXIIIGGINBOTIIAMI1 I ( Betty Nettles and Sandra we,had only one call this week and to file the original thereof I Drawer F. !Starke.: Florida ou *
was solemnized Thursday eve-;, law of tax emeption, having i! tan to prevent, leaf spot di- Holt i 1 with news. Get on the phone I i fn the office of the Clerk of the or before paid date as required t I Starke. Fla. ..
!} Jan. 31, Three different leaf : were in Jacksonville last Circuit Court of Bradford bv (he, laws of Florloia. and the : S ,
Miss Yvonne nlng. at the home of to do with agricultural machinery ] seases. : Coun-I ;
Shirley Hig- and let know
j us what's going
i Saturd y. t ty. Florida on bfore \ Florida Kules of Civil Proce- -
or March
Rev Clarence Knight in Max : and equipment. J. spot diseases include leaf 1
ginbotham and Carl Eugene E.j| Roy:Turner made on in and 'around New River. I 1. 1963 or otherwise show
yule in the of Mr. director of the sal- .blight, leaf scortch and common .a day on caiifce on before 5aid
: Johnson exchanged weddingvows presence :' Straughn, i( the rural route last Saturday. The number is Hyatt 64620.BaylessHiway said or date why i ii i -
on Saturday evening. !1! and Mrs. Cannon, Mrs. Knight, es tax division, has ruled that leaf_ spot. The latter being I I i' petition. should not begranted. i
substituting the regular
: : Feb. 2, at seven o'clock in the i:i I, and Miss Helen North. it is impractical to cure tobacco I the most important. To us carrier R. : 1!YYYVYYYVYYYYYYYTYYYYi : Herein fail not or a decree I STAR RE
J. Turner Sr. 'II
Maxville Baptist Church. The Mrs. Austin was born in without sticks and has: they are aU leaf spot and we i pro confeeso will be enteredagain.t '

impressive ceremony was per- I I Jacksonville and reared in''ji therefore declared them to be |I want to keep them out of our Jacksonville Rev. and :Mrs. Greek of I fjuested' you in the for petiticn.the relief re-S I Ii BUSINESS DIRECTORY ,

II loimed by Rev. Lester Tag- i Maxville. having attended"i iI exempt from sales tax when' crop. After .fruit begins to 'Muilie Crews were last visiting Sunday.Mrs., i i I I once This t-ach Order weekfor shall: be four published cons*. I __ I',
: gart. pastor of the church. school at Maxville anj Bald- sold to a tobacco farmer. I form a 7 to 10 day spray i 1'1111wef'ks in the Bradford ,'

The bride, an attractive ,I i!I. win. Mr. Austin was born and More About Tobacco schedule should be malritain- Rev. Greek is former pastor:! By Mrs. O. E. CrosbyA4LAAAAAALAAA3AMLLAA I County Telegraph a newspapert i ij 11i
!S 'of the Johnstown: Baptist t of general circulation! within 'i iI AUTO REPAIRS ;AUTO SERVICE
9 a Blonde, was given in marriage |: reared in Highland. attended : Cold weather warm wea- ed. Prevention is much easier Church. 11A I aId County and State
I r : therrainy weather and than cure. You will probably t t Witness my hand and the |
,. .. 'Jjy: her ,father, Daulphug Hig-j i Clay Couuty Schools and is i i Starke'sCities
Miss Sandra Holt was visit- i Don't forget services seal of the Circuit Court at I
Kinbotham. She chose Miss !J r presently employed by Griff !' day now and then of clear; begin with 3 pounds of"Captan every l.irke, Bradford Florida I'

.: Mary Taggart of Middleburg !I Bros. | weather makes it necessary to', per 100 gallons of water and ing Mr. and 'Mrs. E. P. Wor- 1 Sunday morning. S u n d ay this 29 day of County January 1 +63-I Earl's GarageALL Service Station

keep close watch I the plants increase in size thin in Perry last Sunday. | School, 10 8.m. Preaching services CHARLES A. .DARRY. !i KINDS OF
DURRAXCE-SU'KAT: i iI a on our: .as
I her : ,
maid of 1
as honor. I : '! as Clerk of said Circuit Court :
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil tfardener,
Gibson Prop.
Brides-I i at 11. J C.
maids were Misses I I Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat I II plant beds. j I and load up with fruit and Training Union, 'I r Dy Janet K. Carter. | AUTO REPAIR WORK ,
KilI I I,I ;I :, 100 gal- announce the arrival of ai I 6 p.m. Evening Service. 7pm.i D..put, Clerk Every Mechanical" Service
.. After tobacco plants get up bloom. 5 pounds per AU Work Guaranteed
\ I I announce the marriage of j ji I
gore. and Eleanor Johnson. i iI i baby girl in Bradford County i Little Harriet Faulkner is i (SKAI: OF: CIRCUIT COt'RT) i |General Repairs -- Automatic J Ji
several inches lons of water. Give the plants II III
: Little Miss Donna Higgin- i their daughter, Alene Lamarr i high and tem-j I THHROX A. YAWN, JR. | Phone 969-2964
I ( ; Hospital. j confined to her home this Post Office Drawer 340 j i Transmissions I
for good ,
perature rises to 80 degrees good coverage pre-
to Howard Jesse Durrance!
.... botham was flower girl and i;, higher. it be neces- i I vention.' |i On, account ,of a. wet andI : week with chicken pox. i j Stark*!. Florida i So. Walnut. Slute '!S Cities' Senlcr Products
Junior Padgett was the ring j, son of Mrs. Elbrt Green of i I or may i : Attorney for Petitioners TIRESTTERIES
muddy graded road Pat and
', Maxville and the late Rev. sary to give tobacco plants, Field Corn Varieties I I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ste- I 1.31 4t :-21S I
carrying the double I Pearl had to !' : N. Temple Starke
I' change their vens of Jacksonville are spend- i J705 !
under plastic, some ventila There have been no changes -
Von Dee Durrance. The wedding
:; rings on a beautiful white n1'UE cincrir COTUT OF AUTO SERVICE ;
I varietiesfor route to Road 235 for their S ing a few days with Mr. and I PhoNE 9649911Dodd's
tion. in T'Ufl JEHI.1LIRCLJT
,. solemnized at 8 :
satin was S
heart-shaped pillow. The ;
I daily bicycle ride and'the Mrs. C- C. (' OF FLORIDA IVAM t
: Crosby.
Last did not have field for 1963. If you I
i m. Thursday Feb. 7, at P'I year we a corn
: chose Hill his FORD S
.. groom Larry as S first ) FOR nn A Service &
day a neighbor'scame Mr. and
very i Mrs. Lavon Crosby
home of Rev. Percy Knight case of blue-mold in tobacco like the yellow corn. you will ; COVNTYi I\ ('CHANCERY.I : S. Brown
best Gilbert
I ) man and the ushers were j I came out to chase themi i and Mrs. Fred Broadwell I .!
I 200 Dixie were ( .\ >
Bell Ben I Orange Park in the presence plants under plastic cover. stay with Florida I : O. 13101. Auto Sales
:NWilbur and Higgin'I'I t Cok r's' 71. i and was about to catch Pearl, ] Sunday guests of Mr. and i Joseph I). Warren, !
I Blue-mold Coker's 67
I usually does not 18, or '
botham. Lloyd of Mrs. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. : hso, oh' Plaintiff, I Standard Oil Service Station Rambler Sales & Service
Pat put a burst of speed Mrs. L. A. ,
... had Crosby.Mr.
attack when whichever variety I'
the wedding bells. Sweat Mr. and Mrs. Elbert plants temperature : you I -VaFlorida- 1 ,
is about 75 degrees or i and were satisfied with last!.to head off the dag, and she and Mrs. Thurman Jones Equipment Company I ATLAS i CENTRAL REPAIRING
=: and Miss Helen North
The bride was most becoming i |I didbut got the r of Tampa, a corporation, et al, TIRES & BATTERIES
caught by
I and children
white i of Lady Lake
j higher. Do make yourself believe If like corn LifetimeS
you International
; year. I Defendants ;
in floor of Mrs. and: i
: a length gown Durrance was born t i'dOg.
I '
were weekend guests of her AOTICfi OF PfITIn
I that blue-mold : will want Coker's 811Aor j
white lace taffeta with reared in Maxville and attend you 1 I Budget Terms- Road Service Mufflers
over i attack plastic covered I Coker's 811. These varietiesare We think a dog is often parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward the! name of the State of : FIRESTONE
Florida: :
"It.fitted bodice and scalloped ed school in Maxville and ,
valuable : the I' I
around house in !
Be sure and check your plant i! for putting into the crib. j; Norman.> TO: Certain-Teed Products Corporation Phbiw! 964-7071 j Tires. Batteries. AcciMortetI
00 0 sabrina neckline and sleeves Baldwin. Mr. Durrance
I was beds often to observe that If want a short season i protecting chickens, etc. from, Mr. and Mrs. Uojd Padgett 120 East Lancaster I I :
': which tapered to calla lilly borned and reared in Max- you Avenue. Ardmore. Pennsylvania. 407 N. Tenrple. Stark* I 528 S. Walnut 9648881ARE
= conditions are about right. hogging off corn then you animals but they can were recent guests of her I You are hereby notified that
points over her wrists. The full yUle attended Maxville school, i I 1 I
} I Research and practical experience can get a variety that probably -1- ____
skirt was appliqued in lace and graduated from Baldwin : .I I
:" and sequins. also the bodice. : High School in 1960. He is1 I has proven that an matures a few days earlier. I T
ideal setting date for tobacco Fertilize For Forage I
( Her shoulder length veil of : now employed as a mechanic ,, vi uwg
is March 15. If you can judge 1 We have had some good ,
illusion was secured to a tiara :! at the Cecil Field Naval Air
r the growth of your plants, fields of oats and rye for grazing -
I1 t .: of seed pearls and sequins! Station. The newlyweds are I I
1 you might determine the needto and have had some hungry -
'- and she carried a tthite Bible residing in Maxville. ,
pull the cover back on cows to graze it down. If.
and a bouquet White pompoms I
warm days or keep the bed your oats'and'rye are down iff
\-I centered with a white ,, and Mrs. James strick- I
I covered as much as possibleto 3 or 4 inches in lieight and
mum which she later wore land announce the arrival of -
i give you good size plantsby it is possible to take them
P-b on her wedding trip. a son on Feb. 1 at the NAS
etting time. I out of the field for a te..w.days,
Miss Taggait.. maid of hon- hospital. The young man has :
I Strawberry Spraying TimeIt j it will help. Oats and 'rye

may be spraying time or I come back much faster if they

I it may be dusting time. The are not grazed too short. Thenif \

; Winkler Electric Inc. i iI: end result is to keep aphids,II you want it to really comeback

red spiders, and leaf spot un- I and be much higher in
: der control the best that you
I food value, throw on 100

L 2.'U: N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-4301 : can.For insects your most pop- pounds of amonium nitrateper

i il ular material will be parat- acre. t
Starke Retail Merchants

been named Patrick Eugene.Mr I Griffis.

and Mrs. Kuyle Cannon II Mr and Mrs. Leales Waddell

attended funeral services in S of Jacksonville visited Sunday

Ocala last Thursday for Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson -

and Mrs. Lester Cannon, who Jr. and family. : STAGING THEIR FIRST BIG COOPERATIVE PROMOTION OF 1963

were killed in an automobile I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Hogaji

accident.We I and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hoganof I I

are glad that little Miss Jacksonville visited Sunday

Jeanie Cannon: is improvingfrom i with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie

her recent illness. Sweat and Mr. and Mrs. Dan 1 : \
: I'
Friends of Mrs. E. D. Hig- Parrish. .

ginbotham will be glad to I We regret that Mrs. Bud

know that she is improving I Harris is a patient in ,St. Vin I

nicely after undergoing surgery -I cent's Hospital and wish her

in a Jacksonville Hospital -I a speedy recovery.

recently. I I .Mr. and. .Mrs., -James Waters
Mrs. Don Jerkins and and family of Lawtey were

i daughter Donna, spent from i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Buford .... _
aNrMCOLORTV Tuesday of last week until Higginbotham Sunday
Friday with Mr. and Mrs. C. S
i Mr. and Mrs. E. :D. Higgmj _J1

@ E. Wilkinson Jr. and sons. :!j I tiotham and family were sup- ,. '
We are glad that Mrs. Hat-
I per guests of the Leslie Sweats

tie Nolan is improving from I i Monday night.'JOHNSTOWN.

her Glen Mr.recent St.and Mary Mrs.illness.visited Pat Griffis Sunday of I'i .BAPTIST MISSIONARY Coming Up Feb. 21 22 23i

l Pherson and! Mrs Sara Jane CHURCH : ,

hardwired, handsoldered printed circuits 1: Angus B. Lawson, Pastor i

-' Bible School, 10 a.m. Morn-

,; : ing Worship, 11 a.m., "What

,. '-? __JI 'Is the unpardonable sin?" .
S ; T&1L Teen-age Meeting. 6:30: p. m. WATCH FOR

S Adult Training' Union, 6:30: p. .

m. Lesson Study, "How canS
we be happy in Heaven if

some of our loved ones are in

; Hell?" Evangelistic -Services,
7 p.m., "Why believe death UNHEARD BARGAINS !

: ends it all." Mid-week Prayer -

and Bible Study, lesson

Johns "Abraham's Obedience." Friday -, ..

S night at 7:30 ,the ladies

will.meet for a Mission study S .
"I haven't had auto S S
an accident -'I
with Mrs. Josephine. Addison S
in ten years, yet my' in charge. S S

: T neighbor who pays the i' "The world's most unusual J : "hjs
m I TC
same for auto insurancehas ,, family" will appear at the
Johnstown Church on Wednesday 7
: had an accident almost .1 : 1Zi
The UNDSEY Model 5010 Feb. 20, at 7:30 p.m. S rr l )

5' superb contemporary consdette.A every year. Is it true': Dr. Arnold Pent and his laD1 \- flArTh\
jI From that the Charley E. Johns!1' 'ily tune been hi 'alljthe states ,

-4--' $495.00 Agency has reduced auto,. of the UJ3., six provinces of 8-INCH S

j Canada and Mexico. :The 4LLWLr
rates for the safe driverto
I Penis and their eight -:

SERVICEMEN 30'tr I ren all sing and play various _

,i j musical instruments. They; _

I 7J know the handcrafted chassis* Charley E. Johns i I 1!cars travel'and in a a truck caravan of fourI AT MOST STORES

\ Agency i The public Is -invited to 25C _
means greater dependabilityand
come out and hear this talented -
fewer service problems : I family. f1
i PHONE 964-0121

That's why we,say get a Zenith Color TV I i 131 S. Walnut St. !I Zipper Notebooks &.4S iiS 1 -

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Methodist Church : Chap 9, 7:30: p.m. ship, "The Way of Christian V T Y YY ......'...T......."......... Randclph. held Sunday; at Greater Allen TilE CHURCH OF GOD '

I, ThursdayPrImary Story Love," 70: pm. ,: NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED "Eleventh";! grade: Queen CnapeIstarting l with Sunday OF PKOCHECTBrocksr ,.

Sunday, Feb. 17 Church Hour and Junior Choir rehearsal TuesdayCircle II of the r. Moore, Ruby Revel Jim 1ie i School: at 9:45: a m. Morning Fla.Sunn'av .

r School.. 9:45 a. m. Morning j! 3:15: p.m. Ladies : Women of the Church will CITIZENS Qfr BRADFORD COUNTY Brown. Worship 11 a. m. Evening

Worship, 11 am. MYP Snack'' Prayer Group 9:30: a.m. Chancel meet with Mrs. W. A. Stern; Twelfth grade: Betty Crum Service, 6 p.m. The Choir 8' "f\1. 10 .a. m. !'

Supper, 6 pm. Youth Meetings ;, Choir rehearsal, 7:30: p.m. Circle III with Mrs. R. L. I By( Elizabeth Givensj: Mary Perdue Glory Cummings Union will be held at Allen Morning Worship 11 a.m. V.. I i\

; 6:30: p.m. Evening Seri i i :, Autry, 10 ajn. Circle I meets AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. AA.AA.... A .AAA. AA ; Robert Wade, B. T. Chapel A.M.E. Church in Mac- L. B. Young People's Service, '
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vice, 7:30: p.m. !I 1 I FIRST PRESBYTERIAN with Mrs. George Roberts, 8pm. ; ''I i iI i i Marshall Sandra Long James : clenny. All choir members 7 pjn. E.'aaselistic Service, 8 Ii i j
Group 3, Class B 1 and C. E. Clark. The public': Franklin. Flora Bell Hudson, !i i
Monday-MYF CHURCH i an-d: friends are invited to at- p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meet'j j
i Wednesday Deacons meet- ', Basketball Tourney is invited to attend- Rev. L. luae Bright. .
Meeting at Fort White Methodist -, ATt :
tend. rag. 7:30
7:30 II. Walton Grady, :Minister ; ing. 7:30 p.m. E ; RJE will be' host to the, Lennon president; Mrs. M. J. The semester honor roll will : pra-K. J. Robinson I
Church : p.m. Sr.,
,i! Thursday S "...: Choir # Group 3, Class B, Western Di- Lee, reported. : be published next week. pastor.
Tuesday WSCS general Sunday School 9:45: a. m. I:, I I
rehearsal 7:30 r m. vision Basketball tournament. Honor Hull I Ii Special Education Cla '.es

meeting Church for all women. of the I I; Morning Worship 11 a. m.; Saturday, Feb. 9, is Men's t Friday and Saturday. Feb. 22;i> The 1st grade honor roll for(: Present Program I If f G L 1 A S S That's Our Business *

10 ajn.Wednesday "Am I My Brother's Keeper?' Work Day. I 23, in the RJE gym. Elimina- : the third six-weeks period is ; The Special Education: Clas- "If Its Glass We Have It"

{ Prayer meet- Junior Choir and Youth Fellowship a tion games start at 9 am. as 'follows: James Alvin De- : ses of RJE held a Negro His- : '. CALL WHITE VISIT'i
ing and Bible Study, Romans Friday. Sue Rodney Eric Holland, !' or i 1
6 p.m. Evening WorI' tory Week program last Wed- FOR ANY CLASS NEED
I '4 I The following teams will: Sylvia' Hampton, Brenda Gail: nesday. The speaker for thIs I Uti

JI ;' I i participate: Belleview Santos Thompkins. Donald R. Sewell occasion was Mrs. Alma B. |I II Tf SHEA'S CUSS CO.
High; Trenton High. Willis- Larry B. Williams. Cheryl Bacon teacher in the Green !| '
i ton Vocational, Keller High I Cummings, Claritha Griffin. Cove Springs School and the j (NOT INC.) .

,I Qf i of Macclenny.Booker T.Wash- Pattie Mitchell Katrina Coleman : topic was, "Negro History Evaluates ': Formerly Joe Peters Glass 0 "

1 0t1r Soil i Our Siren el h -- ; ington High of Dunnellon, and James Chandler, Patty Emancipation." Tea- ; We Design Modern Store Fronts--

R. Y. Patterson Jr. RJE. Morris and Wanda Ann Lin- i chers of, the clashes,are Mrs. i Just Mail: Us A Pattern For

I i First and second place win- i sey. I. C. Jelson, and E. Givens i
Soil Conservation
Table Tops
I(I Gas Employee ners will compete in the state Second grade: Levy Lennon, Walker. 1
: 1313 N. ,YoIth PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353
GiHOCERY & MARKET NEW i,Dinner Held tournament to be held Feb. 29 I i Clarence Price. Carnell Williams i! African students who are i, I

to March 2 at Florida A & M ; and Joan Dean. currently attending Bethune- ''

I (I By Bill Haaa i At Gainesville :, University in Tallahassee. | Fouth grade: Janet McCol- :< Cookman College will b e -- -
\ Half Mile North Of City Limits-U. S. 301 him, Barbara Hudson Geral- {
A complete soil and water* March of Dimes | guests of our 4th Negro His- Appliance -- Radio -- Television
conservation farm plan was ; The fourth annual Florida : Completes Drive | dine Dean. i, tory Week Assembly at 2 p.

OPEN 7 DAYS-7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. prepared for H. J. Bozeman Gas Co. employee dinner was The March of Dimes drive i j Sixth grade: Sandra Wil- : m. Friday in the RJE caft- :

who lives southwest of Law- held Feb. 7 at the Primrose terminated with RJE High ': Iiams.i i torium. These students are natives -,

SALES PRICES GOOD THURS. FRI., SAT., tey. ,!: Grill in Gainesville Will H i, School reporting the sum of | Seventh grade: Anthony De- !! of Tangargika and Kenya -{ SERVICE AT ITS BEST

AND SUN. ONLY He is *! Gillett, general manager of | $101.60. The Mothers March,! Sue, Nathaniel Jones, Willie i, on the east coast of Af- ,
planning on
temporary -
Florida Hydrocarbons Inc. of i, under the leadership of Mrs.I 1: Scott, Shirley Brown, May rica. :

pasture of oats for win- Brooker was master of ceremonies -| Louiza Brown and Mrs. Gladys' Searcy Carolyn Taylor, Linda : Death and Funeral Votice Trained Experts In Each Dept.Gay's.
GRADE A ter grazing and Pensacola at the affair attendedby
Blye reported $27. ; Dinkins, Audrey Griffin
C Bahia i Funeral services for Mrs. ,
for summer grazing. We ,,
,- i, walked farm discus about 40 employees from PTA Will Observe !i Betty Smith, Ralph Byrd. : Carrie Hodges who died _
FRYERSSUNNYLAND over Brocker, Gainesville, Win- FOR QUICK
END. sing different soil conserva- and ; Founders Day, Feb. 24 i Eighth grade: Larry Brown, Thursday, Feb. 7, will be held;i. 1 J
Park ;
tion practices that tied into ter The RJE PTA will celebrate I j Gale Davis, Shirley Lewis,' Saturday Feb. 16, at 3 p.m. DEPENDABLESERVICE:
Activities! of Florida Gas : I
his Founder's Day on Sun- Beverly Leverson, Valaria Jen in Chestnut Funeral Chapel.
farming plan. Rome
and subsifiiavies in 1962 were :,
: LB. day, Feb. 24, at 3 p,m. in the ; kins, Ivan McCollum William Gainesville. ;
PICNICS While standing looking ov- reviewed by the principal CALL
cafetorium. Elder W. P. Jenkins -, Lane Jacqueline Mitchell. Birthday Party i
T a fence at a good stand speaker R. Y. Patterson Jr., .
:' i. of the Lake City district Ninth Grade: Marion Jen- Edward Smith was honored
of oats Bozeman remarked, general attorney. Progress of ; I 964-7511
GOOD: In Pieces-Not Sliced : : will be guest speaker. kins, Shirley Brown, Barbara on his llth birthday with a
''My cows have been getting ,, the since 1959, goals A buliancesAUTHORIZED
SMOKED BACON -- lb. - 35c i Ceremonies for the unveiling I McCollum, Coy Jackson, Vel- party given by his parents, !
some good grazing from this for 1963, and advancement of !1
1 of the portraits of Robinson ma Peek, Yvonne Jones, Clar- Mr. and Mrs. James Smith. j j ji
field. I fertilize it good whenI the natural industry
Fresh Ground Beef gas Jenkins Ellerson, and onc-11 Mitchell, Maxine Odom.i i More than 50 guests attended,. DEALERS FOR
or 4J9c planted and top dressed it ,, throughout Florida were top-
Thompkins ,will be performedby I Tenth Grade: Benjamin and enjoyed refreshments and j I f
with some nitrogen. Folks ics of discussion.
LB. Maytag Frigidaire Zenith
Chuck Roast the following: H. Brooks,,, Franklin, William Pierce, Minnie a wonderful time. : -
:are putting on nitrogen now "Florida Gas Transmission ,
Sarah Jenkins. Oscai Moore, Cleveland Davis Greater Allen Chapel i
to give their winter pasturesa Co. personnel operated the Mrs. GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UPThe
Good All Meat Stew LB. i Dell Mrs, E. W Thompkins. Winifred Sherman, Hayward Regular services will bej J! -
: shot-in-the-arm. The 1,500 mile Texas to Florida
graz- __ __ _. '
$ Dc ing of most temporary I pipeline in 1962 at a load factor '. '. -- -- n
Nice Pork Chcps L pas '-,- ---'-.-. ,-',,-.r---' .,' -, -''''- -' rt'V WW .
ture can be extended with nitrogen -, in excess of 99 per cent" !

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Small Spare Ribs - LB. at this time, is the opinion Mr. Patterson said. He POint-I '

d of folks who are fertiliz- : ed out that this record ,
Fresh Smoked
or ing now.I j i dition to the 35 per cent increase ,:.
All Pork LB. '
Sausage - in pipeline capacity'and
came up on Bill Finucan i

looking over his cows. He tells I the dedication of the I

KOUN-TRY KIST me he is keeping his cows in I Florida Hydrocarbons gas products I II

good shape on standing hay : extraction plant, were '
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-- Iimportant
accomplishments In 4
and protein feed, and they lookit. I II' GATEWAY
1962. !
ARMOURS VEGETOLE -- 3 lbs. 59c i I' The speaker said that not
Floyd Wiggins has a field I i better ERVICEJ
: only does Florida now have its.: to
of lupine planted that is going -
GA. RED CUT !| first production of LPG but]I I
to help the Coastal Ber- '
GREEN BEANS 2 for 29c : that automotive gasoline will'j ,
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muda grass he plans to plant
j soon be produced at the new i ...
this spring. He is going to use ""':. '-"'
JIM DANDY fields facilities now under : J ; '\ _. ...., _.u......"..._, ,
Bermuda grass on his constrUC-j .
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i tion at the Brooker ,
that are well drained. Coastal
GRITS.-. I i A discussion of the continu- i(
does better on high land.I .
J I :
..1 ed improvement in the com- '
IBS. to look at the'
CABIN HOME: pany's safety record was presented I ., .. ,', h It's smart economy r JfV Y
flow of water in one of the I
: by J. B. Zachry.:. gen-

MEAL. small brances in the New River : eral superintendent of comi i, to bring your car to
section when ,Ethan Sapp .
i pressionr who said that nat. V ,: '
came up. We talked about f ural gas as a source, of energy I 0 us for thorough :

ROYAL RICE -- 5 Ibs. - 59c soil and water conservationand I was the safest available fuel .{ a going t c1

farming in general. He I and that
employees \
j habits !
JAY BIRDV1ENNIA remarked that they turned| should be as safe as thei over. Our expert \

out some fine steers last year i product. i
SAUSAGE 10 99c I
-- cans by running them on pastureand I "Blue Ribbon" awards were factory trained men ,fl
When drive Gate .
SHOW BOATSpaghetti then putting them in the presented to Scottie Scott you your car In ;.. 'VSm
feed lot. 'You have to have will give motorway
compressor station foreman your
Pork & Beans lOc' I Chevrolet for Service ;
or -- can good grass to keep a cow ', of the Florida Gas Transmis you s

growing says Ethan. I sion Co. station at Brooker'I I V a Point-by-Point going V

NORTHERN I and T. D. Parker, district'I! are then In the Most Complete f \( ;

TIS S U E-roll - lOc+ measurement We
Let Us engineer, located -i J over. repair u in Gainesville, for the Repair Shop In North Florida. Werepair ,-* < 2m
SOUTHERN MADE 100% PURE i cumulation of one year's aC-1 what's & 4. Nv<* Vi P
Country Cane Syrup -- 4 Ib. tin 93c ; eration without a lost time all makes and models withGenuine necessary, > '?.i i"r ."w*<
jury. : '
at reasonable Prices. '- ,.
Your SolesCOURT 4 3
LAURA BAPTIST t Factory Parts. This, combined g kn

TALL 8 : CHURCH I .Drive In Toady. J yr
CANS II I g ').ru t
3' 39C Sunday school 9:45: a.m. with our Factory Trained

Morning worship 11 am. I 41V)4

MILK SHOE REPAIR ; Evening worship 7 pjn j Men assures you of a Better Job/: : '.% 4

126 North Court St. Everyone welcome. 1 Y 1 VC/

t LIMIT\ 6 Opposite Court House I Rev. D. E. Willis, Pastor..I}II at the lowest possible Price. "/?.

All Work Guaranteed
,I FUt TAX DEED j jI "' ? I .
i ,.I "'('e. 191.18. P.S. !
that Nicholson holder; __
tile 1uf Free Estimates
the following wrtificates haa V [ ,
filed said certificates for a tai I ,
deed to be Issued thereon. The

of certificate Issuance numbers, the description and years of FRONT WHEEL ALIGNMENT and balance. V';:

PARKING .1'! follows the H, tpopertr.;it was and assessed the names are as In NEW 1963 CHEVROLET CARS V/e'll check, and adjust if necessary.

Certificate Xo. 14. Tear of Issuance I # q
Description of :
Property Lots, s
-: i 10. 11 in OttB SID of Lawtey. j BRAKES. We'll check for safe stepping ? 11 j; ,u ;
Name In which assessed J. L.1 FOR -
f. OUR l- Nicholson I I IAll IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ; adjust or reline as needed.TRANSMISSION. .
FOR of said property being Inl
the County of Bradford, State!
of Florida. 4

ii : tificntrs I'nless shall each certificate be redeemed or cer-1 acJ J VIST OUR We'U make precision > W
CUSTOMERS f"rdinsr to law the property de-i I ) If t
: I ,scribed in such certificate or 1*, adjustments for reliable performance.MOTOR. /',
'crtifil..ues111 be sold to thJ 4*'
C highest bidder at the court'bouse ;
:; ON
door on the first Monday Say
Used Car Lot For Bigger
in Month of '
March 1963: \vhcu! Let
: o it tune
us give an expert
; ( is the 4th day of March U$J.1 t f
Dated this :24! 'i '
: day of January ;
/ 1)62.: for fdst'pick-ups/sfriooth/ operation. p.
up ..
I CHAKLCS A, DARBT ings-And Remember You Can Trade i
Clerk of Circuit Court of ,i

I I Pennies- nickels- dimes! How they add up 1-31 Bradford 4t :-:1 County. Florida."i:' Your Way At GATEWAY. UGHTS are'a vital; l safeVjf&or.f V We'll; V ; I

: months! Don't spend them on our iv cou.\rr ameers ronrr. STAUKE'S ONLY FRANCHISED "
the the beam
over IV AND! VOR DHAUPOltnCOt'ATr. check 'em, put em on h

free ami deposit them FLORID I I' CHEVROLET, DEALER s
i account, thongh. Park In Ethel re; R.Estate Parks of deceased. .. i : I

J in account NOTICE TO CREDITORS LUBRICATION. Our precision lube''i b ,
your All creditors of the estate of ,

.Wile our lot is-for our customers' conn'I I hereby file Ethel any It notified claims Parks and deceased or required demands, are to ,:'' C will make a.''big difference in the wav

." k-mimlcd people are welcome: whiefc they may hare against your car rides over wintry roads! +*
bn .
all .fa1'
nience, slid state' in the office of thecounty
: judge of Bradford Countv '
KlorMa! in the urtnonse at ',j
.MarS*. Florida within Ms calendar '\ 0 BODY WORK. From taking dents
months from the date of '
the first puhlicAticn of thi't'Itlotlee. out to complete body re-construction. '
Each claim or demand >" i r t g-
must be in writing and must }
V state the place or residence and I,I Ipe
!t-office adJres,of the claimant -' f

and must be corn to Ly i i ..,
FLORIDA the claimant his excel or his''(
attorney, or It will become told<
aoonrdinr tn law. : 1
Jannxr-r 6th.. 196*. \ t
: : THOMAS S.'; fTOO FD. JR., ,
1t LLl1Utj1ft( ( Eracntor" (II' the Estate of(IlUhet

.__ : : ._ ..._ __ ._ II. Parks deceased. I P INC.
THOMAS & PIERCE II f fAttornepsatLaw

One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group 201-S03 North Temple Are. .
Stark, Florida. :

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 31,First 1963.publication' on. January !:

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Fernandina's Pirates 30-20 behind Subcontractors and material go East SO ft. to point; thence Harry )[. Hobbs i;
B-Squad r Richard Hobbs Tornado Guard Bishop's Jump suppliers may purchase draw- South 50 ft; thence West Attorney for Plaintiff'
the snappy shooting of ings and specifications from the 50 ft: thence North 50 ft. to 211 Jackson
architect by paying cost of duplication Point of 2 Florida
Jerry Synder who scored 15.. Beginning; being a Tampa ,
Shot Is DeadlyTo at the rate of 75c per part of Section twenty-five 2.14 It
points. The two teams exchanged sheet for drawings and $5.00 (25) Township five (5) South. \

Wins Tourney basket for basket for Rated Most Improved Player I per set for specifications which Range twenty two (22) East.

the entire first half with the Opposition"Bish cost includes the cost of handl- Recorded in Book 8S, Page NOTICE1
ing.Bidders' 311 Bradford County. Flor- :!
score standing even at 2121at I It qualifications must ida.pursuant.

(Continued From Page One] intermission. "Richard has come into his has as natural a touch be satisfactory to The Board of. to the Final Decree of DOWLING

away from their usual smooth I After the championship own this year. I knew he was a for shooting as you will see ICM'otttEv( Trustees Corporation.Bradford The County Bradford Hospital pending Foreclosure in said entered Court.in the a styleof case i PRODUCE MKT. 1

good ball handler all the time, Land County Hospital Corporation reserves -
I contest Saturday night BHS anywhere Coach Erwin which is Mid-State Homes, I
play the the right waive informalities
Tornadoes to
'the Bulldogs 23-19 downed behind Athletic Director David Hurse i but now he has also developedinto says of his 6'2' junior forward, in any bid and to- Inc.Plaintiff, a Florida vs. Billy corporation Demps and : MOVED TO EAST SIDE \'
the Tornadoes with a scoring threat, says Harold Bishop who has beena accept any bid which they consider I
; presented I Eunice Demps his wife, Defendants OF! WINN-DIXIE
Gene Pass. six be
and David to in the best public
the trophy and Bradford High Cage Mentor consistent at the and the docket number of :
Dyal's 10 points. champion's performer If the weather co-operates interest and to reject any and which is No. 13-173. i Th s.Week's. Special
the Blue Wave with the consolation Erwin Land of his ace guard basket this season. we should have a nice Sweet- all bids. WITNESS my hand and the i

. ,< Thursday night saw Santa trophy.It and playmaker, Richard Hobbs. Bishop has been deadly to heart Tournament this Sunday PITAL BRADFORD CORPORATIONBY COUNTY HOS- official seal of said Court, thia 10. ,LBS. U. S.
Fe down Macclenny 40-29 In 7th day of February, 1963. 2 Sc
The 57" ball wizard I NO. 1 IRISHPOTATOES
was the Tornadoes' tenth opposition all season long with the 17th. All husbandsand : Inez A. Green, Secretary
the preliminary before P. K. 2-7 4t 223NOTICE CHARLES; A. DARBY
win this season against only most certainly has done .all of I 'cQ'L his favorite 20 foot jump shot wives who play golf aw Clerk Circuit '
topped Clay Jr. Hi 29-21. The
three defeats.Wrestling. the things his coach says faa from the side which he can urged to.come out. The entry OP FOHECLOSCHE I By: Janet N. court'j: .. .
Tornadoes, playing a better has-contributing 95 points to SALE BY CLERK OFCIRCl"IT Deputy
sing with surprising regularity -
fee $2 per couple. Everyoneis COURT
brand of ball than
his team's offensive attack
Matches when given an open shot. invited. Following the tour- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
day, eliminated the Rebels I and being the bee in the opposing "I can hit that shot as well] that the undersigned Charles ;i ASSOCIATE DISTC9BUTOR.COLLECTOR
nament will be buffet ;
:Friday 39-14. Jeff Warren was Scheduled For team's offensive bonnet. a sup- A. Darby, Clerk of the Circuit 1' NO SELLING. SPARE TIME TO START
:high in as any, Bish says, "And whenI per, sponsored by the Ladies Court of Bradford County, FlorIda -|
that game with eight February 20 Lightning fast reactions have get a chance to shoot it, I Golf Association, and the cost will on the 25th day of February '' Opportunity to own a local wholesale business olyour
points, followed by Dyal with 1963 during the legal Business No
enabled Hobbs time and time Land own. completely set ,up. for you.
I take it. Coach
usually will be The hours of sale
$1 per person. at the main door
"seven: and Pass and Falcon experience needed. Male female. No limit
or ,
to steal the ball and age
again of the Court Bradford
House of
tells to shoot when we get
The Bradford County fair- us
plans at present are to use any
-with six each. I or to County. Florida in the City of if in good health.
: .:?n the second game Friday I ground building will be the I score quick lay-ups the chance because you don'tscore profit towards furnishing Starke, Florida offer for sale EARN UP TO $too PER MONTH PART-TIME
steal the ball when it could N
i location of a professional points if you don't new club house. and sell at public outcry to the You will deliver and collect from local retail)
night P. K. Yonge eliminatedH I II have meant two points for highest and best bidder for cash
I I wrestling match at 7:30 p. m. shoot. Every club member is invited the following described property stores. Must hare auto, references; and a milL

Wednesday, Feb. 20. Al Greg- the other team. LI The tall forward did not to the buffet supper, situated in Bradford County, $1001.47 to $2002.94. Investment secured! by inventor *

I "I think all the boys have play regularly for the first Florida to-wit: )'. Write for personal Interview giving name,
events chairman for whether
special I
: r I ory you are a golf mem-
the NW of
Begin in
I improved since last ," Land corner address, phone no. and past history to:
special events chairman for year five or six games, a fact which ber, social member, or on the the North one hundred thirty'

I, the March of Dimes campaign, says, "But Hobbs has improvedthe he blames as much on tha inactive list. If you plan to (130) feet of Lot thirty five MORGAN ASSOCIATES
(35) in East Lawtey Flor-
.. I I! in Bradford County has arranged most of anyone on the sudden changeover from foot- attend please call Lillian ida, lying East of Public Road 1638 San Marco Blvd.. Suite 14

club." ball anything else. "It just known as Kingsley Lake': Jacksonville 7, Florida t
: for,a team of professional as Bishop or Gladys Hobbs this
I thence South 50 ft.
"He stays cool in most sit- go
I took awhile to used to I
wrestlers to appear here get will make it easier for themto _to Point of Beginning, thence '
uations Land adds signifi- I i -
I I on that date for the benefit! basketball," Bish says- plan the food. I -
cantly. One example of his ace
f: I, of the current fund drive. In explaining his team'blatest The Ladies Golf Associationhad

In the women's match "The guard's calmness under fire losing streak Bishop a called meeting today

Hollywood Hillbilly" will face was in the Santa Fe game a says, "If we do well in the [Thursday] so there will not ij
ASK FOR FTE DEMONSTRATIONCommand few weeks when he won '
I:| Mailene Schmidt. These women ago pre-game warm-ups, if we : be a meeting next week at

Gravely Power'i| wrestlers are known I the game with a 20 foot set show a lot of drive and hustle I the regular time.
'shot that was still in the air
r I throughout the country for then we can usually play a -Carolyn E. Eaves

: Terry's Saw Shop their ability. when end the the buzzer Hobbs sounded calls that to h- good ball game." In the warm- I 20 Words or less!, one time _ .9S Memorials, Resolutions _,...--.. 8e per worti

"Golden Boy" Daniels will game. ups before the last Live Oak Titans Tie If not paid in advance ______ 1.00 Cards Thanks
No. 2 his biggest basketball thrill to .... of up to.51 words 2.5t
and the team
:. ,I pit his strength against Tom- date, but says he played his I had Perry games at,all Bishop .Sidewinders In Keyed or Blind Ads __________ 1.00 Over 50 words ____.. .-__ 5c per wort
2022 N. E. 23rd Blvd. my Dodd. and the main event HOBBS no spunk ,
best against Live Each additional word over 20 _ 03 Display ads la Classified .
game ever _. J.50 IncA
Gainesville Phone: 372-3388 I will feature "Farmer Boy" states. He also credits a lack per
Oak recently when he led lead against Live Oak was almost Blanding BowlingThe
------- --------- versus "The Great Assassin. .
I his team to a victory with 17 blown in a bad second FOR SALE I NOW F.HJL-V.A. HOMES

U. i The public is invited to attend points and made almost 100 I quarter. I Titans moved into a 1,41 acres on paved. road, near I NEW HOMES-BRICK

I.! this wrestling attractionfor tie with the Sidewinders for town, nice 5 room and bath VA-150 Down
I per cent of his shots. "Other teams have just been
: SEE THE the benefit of the Brad- Of his game winning basket scoring more points than us,"' first place in the Blanding home. $9,000 with $1500 down, FR1 FHA 3% Down
ford March of Dimes balance like rent. DESIGNED FOR MODERN
County Bowling League last Thursday
against Santa Fe Hobbs says Hobbs said last week when his i
New Kingsbury 16 acres with nice 2 bedroom LIVINGLA '
: campaign. simply, "When I got the ball I team had lost four straight night at Starke Lanes.
home, barns, short distance to RUE CORPORATIONJOEL
Home looked back at the clock and games. But since that time the I Bob Drake set the pace for town, only $8300 with $3500 Read The Classifieds! HEARD
: PH. 961-8641
II saw there were two seconds Tornadoes have topped Live : the winners with a 618 series
down, balance like rent. IF YOUR NAME IS
: 3 BEDROOMS I'I' miSTUR\OTirn OP FICTITIOUS i\Tir\Tioy NAMES TO left. I took a dribble and shot." Oak for the second time thia i and a 230 game, to take 4 STROUT REALTY, U.S. 301 FOUND AMONG THE Inquire at 301 E. Call St.-1

,' Notice is hereby given that Asked why he took time to season last Friday and then''! points from the Polaris team, South. Starke, Fla. Ph. 468- REGISTER NOW for adult

2 BATHS the undersigned, under the pro- dribble in such a tight situa- beat tough Lake City on their'! ; who turned in their best games 1766 Waldo, Fla. Itchg CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL evening: classes. Mail your
visions of Chapter 209i3.: Lawsof / but could not AT THE TELEGRAPH course selections to L. H. Qlbaon. .
tion the plucky guard replied home court Saturday. overcome
: Florida Acts of 1941 will i .... FREEPuppies given awayat
BRICK register with the Clerk of the pace set by the Titans. OFFICE FOR A FREE Drawer 100.Starke. $2.00
Circuit (Court in and for Brad- "To get closer to the basket Just a junior this season,I: ; Dorothy Swanbon's on U.s. : fee per course. Negro adults

: $68.75( month ford County. Florida, upon receipt and to throw off a defender." the little guard 'has the re-', Bennett Scoggins was high 1301, 4 1-2 miles north of TICKET TO THE FLORIDA -I contact Prof. Thompkins. R.J.

of proof of publication of "Experience and practice" remainder of the year and all : :] for Polaris with a 204 game Starke. Up E. School._tfchg

Grove Street this STARKE notics HARDWARE the fictitious COM-name are the major ingredients of next to be on a team which and series of 506. The Vikingswon I FOR RENT Small Furnish- THEATRE.WILL NEW AND USED Chain saw

PANV. under fthich w* are engaged Richard gives credit for the can score more points than'' 3 points from Nike, with ed house $40 per. mo. 409 S. DO IRONING at home. $50.00 up. Repairs all makes.
Keystone Heights { In business at 10S East I Neal Joyner high for the win- I Lawn sales and
mowers er-
I success he enjoys in what he their opponent. Cherry st See Andrews Drug Call 964-9924 909 Oak St Itp
Call St., Starke Florida.
Jr.. and Ho claims is his favorite ners with a 200 game. High vice. Your McCulloch Dealer
I M. L. Proctor ltp FOR RENT: Furnished 4 room
L. Proctor 105 S. E. 48th Street. "We've had courtin I game for the Nikes was a 164 Florida Saw Co. 19th Driva
LaRue always a
with bath. Adults
Corp.PHONE I Gainesville Florida. owners. Noegel Still by Ray Griffis. INSURANCEAT apartment N. East, Gainesville, Fla. 6-
i Dated this 4th day of February our back yard at home and REDUCED RATES preferred. Phone 969-1185 3411. tfchg!

I A.D 19C3: at Starke I I've played basketball- all my In Front OfSundown I The Falcons won 3 points AUTO FIRE BOAT 3tp 2-28 _
96.18641t Bradford County, Floriua. FOR RENT: 1 Bedroom trailer -
I i :brother from the first place Sidewinders DOYLE E. CONNER
life Richard "My -
1 I :J;.j 4t 2-2S says. I INSURANCE AGENCY FOR SALE-Auto top luggage ; Also trailer lots for rent
LeagueS. with Vernie
Jimmy, (a former star cag- II Thornton
Phone 964-4501 carrier, 3'x3' with bottom and Westmoreland Trailer Park.
er for BHS) helped me a lot." I high for the Falcons with a I
..., tfchar 6'x8 tarpaulin. 2 wheel utility Phong 969-2151. tf chg,
Hobbs has always concentratedon S. Noegel still holds a I 200 game. High for the losers- ---- trailer. 426 N. Walnut St. Itp

WHICH baskeball rather than any five game lead over Register BISHOPof was George Winkler with 179. Insurance Problems? SALE 10 on 301 Electra-Tronics, Inc.
FOR acres
Oil: In the
Sundown Mixed Standings
other sport. Won Lost Call The Man From 6 miles south of Starke. 4 i Industrial Division,Sales, Service
League. The two top teams support from fans as having Sidewinders . 25
"He kind of helps me. "TRAVELERS"George room house with bath. Phone Repairs on Motors, Generators

No.1 1 I Richard says of his father, J. split four points, each taking a factor in some of the Titans . . 25 19 E. LaRue. Waldo 468-1147 or write Gar- Switching and Controls

I I j C. Hobbs, who coached basketball 2. team's losses in games played Falcons . . 23% 20% Keystone Heights Agt. For nett Studer, Hampton. ltp I Welders and Tools, Power

I ; at BHS for a dozen years. Rudolph Hutcheson had away from home but said the Polaris . . 21 23 "Travelers Ins. Companies" Conversion, Transformers.

TV :.. "He tells me some ways to high series of 563 for Noegel, team's support on its home Vikings . . 20% 23% Tel. 473-4692 Day, Service and Repairs to All

steal the 'ball-some things he and Bill Nelson had a 554 for court has been excellent. Nike . . . 17 25 473-4325 Nites. FOR SALE Heavy Industrial Electrical

VALUEDeluxe $15888 i used to tell his ''boys," Richard Register. E 1 o i se Goodman Bish also plays football and Auto Fire Home Business By Owner Equipment j

stated. picked up 5-10 and 3-10 splits. is an' avid golfer. land. New York. -Monthly Payment Plan In Pinehurst Subdivision 1939 N. E. 27th Ave. G'villt

I As a little guy compared to Neoma Nelson converted the I You are hereby notified that' Available Concrete Block Home, 3 PHONE 372-1280 !

the many six-foot plus players 3-6-7-10. Seeber Goodman the Motor Parts a complaint for divorce has been tfchg. tfchjr. t
Compact I 3-10 and June Norman the filed against you, and you are I Bedrooms & Florida Room, ,
r Hobbs he has to outmaneuver -
I says I
required to
..n. Stvlm& -. ....* I opponents. 37.M Retains LeadIn Answer or serve Pleading a copy to of your the i I FOR RENT -Newly redecorated Carport & Utility Room. WE DON'T I

HMPORTHBU "You can't just charge right & R Motors and Carp's Bowling Complaint, George on the H.plaintiff's attorney 2 bedroom furnished! F. H. A. Approved Sell you 'we help you buy. !
Ion through," the little man tied two games each. Carolyn 205 North Temple Pierce Avenue 203-, I, house. Adults or with small': Small Down Payment. Good selection of new and I

i says, "Your timing has to be Fuqua rolled high series of ''I The league-leading Starke Starke original, Florida Answer and file the child. Gladys Harrington, 337 Phone 964-3544 used 8' and 10' wide Mobile .

I just right." And timing he 470 for M & R, while Harry Motor Parts team retained a the office of the or Clerk Pleading of the in N. Walnut St. ltp 717 W. Cypress Street Homes. !

WINKLER\ ELECTRIC Inc. I says, comes only :with prac- Lovell rolled high series of 4-point margin in Tuesday 15th Circuit Court of on or before the Mary WellhausenFOR Starke Fla. LAKE GENEVA ;
I 483 for Carp's. February, 1963. If TRAILER ARK !
night's competition by taking you fall to so do, a Decree Pro SALE- Solmannubioumale
:tice.Of his team Hobbs says "It Long Bridge took 3 games 3 out of 4 points from Ter- Confesso will be taken against 1 mi. SE ot Keystone Hts ;
A GOOD SELECTION OF USED TVs from D & W with Joyce Ward you for the relief demanded in kids from 5 and 6 qt. BEWARE of buying any encyclopedia on Route 100 I
|'I'seems like every game we havea willegar Motors. the complaint.: stock. Goat milk cheap. Ph.I before you see

"234 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-4301 bad quarter then fall be- rolling high series of 534 for Noegel's Auto Sales moved Florida Done and this ordered at Starke, 964-0945, L. B. Jordan, Rt. 1 WORLD BOOK. Call or writeM. tfcfcg I
,hind." He out that a- the losers. James Williamshad 17th day of Janu- A. PAYNE local
pointed into second place by taking ary, A. D. 1963.CHARLES. Box 427 Starke. ltp your rep- GULF STATION Grocery I
: gamst: Green Cove the score high series of 17 for A. DARBY resentative since 1856. Box 603
TV SERVICE THE KIND YOU LIKE all 4 points in their match: FOR SALE -Argentine Ba- and variety on 301. Stock and

II was tied 44-all at the end of Long Bridge. with O'Connor Real Estate.: Clerk ford County Circuit, FloridaBy Court Brad. hia seed. 75s lb. High germina- phone 964-3794. tfchg equipment at inventory. 3

the third quarter and Starke Forsyth Plumbing took 3 The loss by O'Connor droppedit Dorothy. Falling tion. Lucian Conner. 4tchg3-7 YOUR OLD WATCH Will room comfortable living quar-

Our Telephone Number in the Yellow Pages of Our I could score only five points the games from Simpson Taxi from third to fifth place. Thomas & Pierce Deputy Clerk I FOR SALE2 br. concrete make the down payment on a ters 2165 N. Temple Ave. or

final period; Palatka had 13 with J. T. Pollard high for Attorney for beautifuj\ new Bulova At contact Freeman Register.
Telephone Book is Listed Wrong-Please Check Noegels rolled a season highof block home in walking distance -
I:points before the Tornadoes hita the winners with a 484 series, 1-24 4t 2-14 I Dahmers Discount House. Gulf Agent, Starke. 2tp 2-21
Regular Section for Cor red Number. 822 in their third game. of shopping area and I I tfchg
single basket, and :a 20 point and Lloyd [Bones] Mahoney Tom's Shell climbed from churches. Furnished or- un WANTED Married, sober I

high for the losers with a 473. fifth into third place taking Sealed CALL bids FOR will! BIDS be receivedby furnished. Quiet. large lot. 19 'INSTRUCTIONSMEN man, to run Greyhound Breed- f

Pyrofax Gas, led by Tom four points from CommunityBank. The Bradford County Hospital trees. Call 969-2845. tfchg I I ing Farm. House, lights, water I
Smith's high series of 433 Corporation, Starke, Florida & WOMEN NEEDED
gas furnished. $200 per mo.
FOR prIc-
up to 2:00 P.M. E. S. T.
'Wow' IC'sA. took 4 games from Buff's Garage Tuesday, March 5, 1963 for fur- ed used Televisions. Refrigerators WORK IN year round. Near school bus.
Draw Tite fell in the
Mary Jarvis rolled a 529 apart : nishing all materials and labori Washers. Excellent CIVIL SERVICENo J. M. Edwards, Starke, Fla.
second in their match and constructing '
e I IIf series for the losers. She also game I Condition. Bullington Appliances experience necessary, grammar phone 964-2521. Itchg

: converted the 5-9-7. with Gem Jewelry, but man- 1963 ADDITION TO ._ Uchg school edacatioa usually! FOR SALE
aged to win 3 out of 4.
Standings Won Lost TRAILER MART sufficient Train now at home Ready mix concrete, concrete

I I II II II I Noegel's Auto .37 15 Starke utility moved aheadof STARKE HOSPITAL, FLORIDA Representing 8 Manufacturers for jobs with secanity.For details block, house piers, sand ce-

,I Register Oil -. 32 20 Starke Telephone by tak- PROJECT NO. FLA. A-94 as low as $385.00 downon send name, address, phone ment, mortar mix rock steel
ing all 4 points in their match. Any bid received after the New 55 x 10 wide. We trade *
Pyrofax Gas . 29 23 specified time and number to: oyster shell, limerock root

Carp's . . 28 24 Russ's Place finally found I be considered. data will not for anything. 7 years financing National Training Service, gravel lintels. BRADFORD

D & W . . 27 25 the winning combination by Each bid must b* accompanied with low payments. HYWY Box A. Starke, Fla. ENQR. CO. Phone 964-2521, I
,, taking 4 points from Food by a certified check, cash No. 17. East Falatka dial 328- Starke. tfchg
I Forsyth Plumbing 27 25 ier's check band draft or bid 1050 or 325-2048. tfchg. 10tp-Apr/4: r
Buff's Garage. 24 28 Fair This is the first win for bond in the amount of five per J. R. Davis
Russ's since the lea- cent of the base bid as guarantee FOR SALE 3 acres with : U
& joining FOR RENT Furnished A-
M R Motors: 22 30 that the bidder If awarded
: dwelling and tool house at partments. 1 & 2 bedrooms HASTINGS MATTRESS
I Simpson Taxi. 22 30 gue. the contrail, will. within ten !
i consecutive calendar days after Graham. Write Box 1, Graham II we pay lights and water. Con- & ,UPHOLSTERY WORKS
1 H I Long Bridge . 12 40 Standings Won Lost written notice being given of 2tp 2-21 tact 431 Center St. or BullJng- ,
Starke Motor Pts 35 13 such award, enter Into a writ- I ton Appliances. Phone Day 710' Lemon St. Pa1l.tb

.. Noegel Auto ten contract with The Bradford SEWING MACHINECO. 964-6551. I Repaired.
: G'ville Women Sates 31 17 County Hospital Corporation I SINGER 'i Night B64-71I1. Furniture

Tom's Shell. ... 31 17 Starke, Florida, in accordancewith Sales & Service by authorized tfchg Upholstered & RefZnishei

a I i Bowlers To HoldTournament Terwillegar Motor 29 19 the accepted bid and givea representative. Con- PEYTON FLQ&XST MATTRESSES REBUILT
contract surety bond satis-
O'Connor .... 28 20 tact: John Edenfield. 964-
HereThe factory to said Corporation in :
119 S. THOMPSON ST. Hew Innwsprings
6963, or Stump's Dept. Store,
:: Community Bank 26 22 an amount equal to one hundredper
I cent of the contract and 'Box Springs
price. 964-2651. tfchg PHONE 964-4155
j Draw Tile . .25 23
Gainesville Women'sBowling No bidder may withdraw his
Dr. Us A Card Call
;I Association will hold City of Starke.: 20 28 bid for a period of thirty days E. L. Brown NIGHT 964-3S91 or 989-1028 p *r
I after the date set for the -
opening -
PALATKA U 5-91(1
its fourth annual city tournament thereof.All FOR SALE: 17-acre farm, 2
at Starke Lanes this Starke Telephone 18 30 work shall be done in accordance 1-2 mi. NW Lawtey 1 mi. off We Wire Flowers Anywherttfchc STARKE 364-5921

Saturday. Team events are Food Fair . 13 35 and with contract plans documents specifications 301. E. J. Raulerson. 4tp 3-7 r MRS. PEGGY 8HALLEK,

Russ's __ 13 35 relative thereto as prepared by I Starfce Artsi-
scheduled to start at 3, 6:30. Moore and May. Architects FOR RENT -Furnished and INCOME TAX SERVICE -..

,, = __ _z_ I I II i and 9 p.m. Gainesville Florida. Plans, specifications unfurnished apartments. Also SHORT AND LONG FORM SECRETARY WANTED- Age
II I!. The tournament is being this and contract docu- unfurnished 2 or 3 bedroom BUSINESS AND FARMSCHEDULES 25 to 40. Permanent resident.
notice the fictitious :
I name ments may be examined at the
,, held here due to the closing! of NEW houses. Reasonable rent. W. H.
I EXGLAXDER MOTEL, office of the Administrator, i Typing, filing and bookkeeping
I'i of Bowlero Lanes in Gaines- under which I am engaged In Bradford County Hospital, Nollman. Starke. tfche required. Write P. O. Box
business at 2100 North Temple Starke, Florida. or at the officeof I Mrs. Clarence F. Rhoden
II BYR.C.A.COME ;I ville. Are. Starke Florida. Moore and May, Architects, Income Tax Service 610. Starke, tfchg
I II William Summers 2100 North 606 !(. R First Street, Gainesville Daily J
I 'Temple Ave. Starke Florida, Florida. I I II Phone 964-S031 FOR SALE 2 bedroom house
,, ole owner. Only one eet of such plans I I Charles E. HutchesonMon. 1126 N. with bath on 1 acres of
Dated this January ThompsonFOR
: Steno Notebook*, Steno 21st day of and contract documents and :
SEE COME REGISTER COME OFTEN : Ko-reet A. D. 198J at Starke Brad forms for bidding may be secur- Fri. After 5 P. M. land. 5 miles N. of Starke.
Type T7Pe'trrlter'Pens.
ford County Florida. ed by general contractors only All Day Saturday $2,800 Phone 964-0821.
No Obligation Typing Paper. Erasers 1-24 4t 1-14 from the office of the architects SALE-3 bedroom home. Itchg

Ribbons, The TELEGSAPH. .( ----=" by depositing therewitn CALL 964-1195 Hardwood floors tile bath. ,
: TO BE GIVEN AWAY BYService IV THE CIRCTIT COURT OP $50.00. The deposit from general i
FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL contractors win be refunded up- 521 Pratt St., Starke Conveniently located. Phone LOST wiilte and lemon colored
CIRCUIT IX AND FOB on submission of a bona fide 964-1834. tfchg female medium size poin.
BRADFORD COrXTY. IX bid and return of said plans and Chged 4-12
I IMPERIAL I Station CHANCERY. contract documents in good condition -
: Notice is hereby given that Walter 3I9frmanear.. within ten days!! after date PANSY PETUNIA & CALENDULA ES. Apply In person at Garden AIyo21eknow1ng. the whereabouts
the undersigned under the pro-" Plaintiff -.-A .Ai'I pet for the opening of bids. If Restaurant. tfchg r of this dog Please notify -
Visions of Chapter 20.953. Lawsof I vs. Divorce the general contractors desire plants for sale-Mrs. the Sheriff Office.
Florida. Acts of 1911. will I Lillian D. Hoffman ; more than one set of such plans Ferguson, phone 964-5571, 2 FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished -
: "Penny For Penny 100 Octane Imperial Ethyl Is Your Best Buy" ,, register with the .Clerk of the Defendant .nid fpecificatlons, these may be ml. from Starke on Hiway 16 I house on Griffis I II 4tp 2-23
U. S. 301 CITY LIMITS STARKE FLA. Circuit Court, in and for Brad- I XOTICE obtained by paying the cost of
N. ford County Florida. upon receipt -I To: Lillian D. Hoffman. 3Z025: duplication! which will not. be [north]. tfchgt i I Loop.Phone 969-1682. 2tp 2-H I A. Hartmannr'J
= of proof of publication of 30th Street, Astoria Long Is- refundable.


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1lr II.Farmels'Diary' rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT to Sen. and
Charley Johns in tend church see the elude Starke. I

Starke. The contents of that changes that are being made. The 25 mile radius was for I

: GRAHAM letter have not been made TelephonesDue the North Florida Phone system .i
to a recent article that only.
public at this time but I
By Sam McGarvey By Richard Cain
County-At-Large Viewpoint NeededIn lA AAAA&AA&AA&A& A&' hope to have it so that it can was in the paper about the

be published and made pUb- telephone system here in Graham THE BIGHT POINT for the I

few well-chosen epithets a-. Mrs. Wilma Starling and lic. I already have the con and Brooker I talked I way you write. Come In and I

Setting Road Priorities I bout yellow-tailed rascals, he daughter of Gainesville were sent of the writers to have it with the Starke TelephoneCo. select your favorite ESTER- I

, gave up. guests of her parents, Mr printed. and advise that this BROOK Fountain Pen TELE
Few things, perhaps, are as closeto Church House Road extends west from and Mrs. Carl Jones, Saturday Everyone is GRAPH. I
invited to at- 25 mile radius wouldn't in- __ I
a person's heart and well-being as Highway 16, turning northwesterly to We have hopes of bloom on r I
the road that runs by his front door, intersect with 229-A (Heilbronn I our dogwood trees. They are Mr. and Mrs. William C. I

) and that is easily understandable. Upon Springs to Brownlee Road.) young yet' and this may not 'Broughton:of Gainesville were I II
the condition of that road be the visiting with his parents, Mr. 0
t depends his Having ridden both of these roads year, but we can't
1 I ability to get to work to earn a living after the heavy rains last week, we'd can't wait to find out, for'one and Mrs. Carl Broughton ov-
I ,/ for himself I Just when we'd about givenup of them we think is er the weekend.
and family to get hate to have to make a decision as to a pink
1 to the doctor to transport his farm which should be paved first. Theyare hope, along came the variety. Visiting with Mrs. Kate

products to market. to get his children both thickly settled and both are beautiful Spring-like sunny Starling Sunday was her soninlaw -
Sunday to end the long suc- Sam is having a hard time and daughter, of Jack-
to school to attend church on in foul shape. Actually, judging the i
cession of dismal rainy days. trying to figure out what's sonville, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest
Sunday and fulfil countless other matter on its merits-from the stand- The
red-bud Ortages.
tree came to life going on today. For one thing;
needs.In. point of the number of people served, birds twittered B.
buds swelledon the print in papers and mag- .Mrs. Hines is visiting
spite of great strides in recent the farm-to-market importance, and the azaleas, and the sap azines is getting smaller and this week in Gainesville with

t years, it is unfortunately true that the maintenance cost to the county- started rising so fast you could smaller all the time and then, her brother and sister-in-law,

l' Bradford County still has some thickly BOTH of them should be hard- almost hear it. too. people are speaking less Mr. and Mrs. N. Starling.
populated areas served by graded roads surfaced before some other roads and less distinctly, and then Jean's Back Home CHANGE IN OWNERSHIP f

, that become well nigh impassable in that have been given a priority in other And just in time too for again their hearing seems to We are glad to have Mrs- I fI fI

either a wet or dry period. commissioner districts.It our driveway was getting so be impaired, for they make\ T. H. Lefever back home withus fI I

That is why so much importanceis is only natural that each Com- soupl and rutted that old him repeat everything ,he after a short stay in Al 1

attached to the priority in which missioner should want hard-surfacine Blonde was about to give up. says. It just can't be that hs achua General Hospital. Although I
We thought we had the driveway is getting deafer we do not know the
these graded roads are to be hard-sur- projects in his own district but, on the --- blinder NE ENLANBER 1Jl MOTEL
faced in the future. This is especially other hand, Commissioners would dwell o, problem licked but when and more mushmouthed 01'can nature of her sickness at this
it gets
as wet as it has been it! time we hope to her
on some occasions to take the up
true now that funds are at last becoming i here, the only answer is lime- I and about in a few days.
broad view of the
available to farm-to- county-at-large, serving I
pave some rock or concrete. One of the Mrs.
magnolias Thelma Dyal of Gainesville
the needs of the greatest numberof we
market roads after a long lay-off in
have planted has very large was visiting with her 301 NORTH, NEAR FAIR GROUNDS I
people and where the need is greatest.
the -
secondary road-building program.As Had our first berries of the leaves and we hope it will son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
was to be expected, last week'sattempt This would be an ideal time, i it: season this week, and if there's turn out to be an umbrella and Mrs. Albert Sparks, last
by two members of the County seems to us, for the Commision to get anything that tastes better magnolia, whcih has leaves week. (FORMERLY EL RANCHO MOTEL)
Commission together and work out a plan for hard-, than fresh strawberries, we've nearly two feet
to shift No. 1 paving priority long and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sparks
from "Primitive Baptist Church surfacing BOTH the church house road yet to find it. Guess well flowers as big as dinner plates. announce the arrival of a son, Now Owned ByILLI1M

Road" to the "Morgan Road" has stir- and the Morgan road, even if it means have to dress up like robins The tree grows out in'the David Wayne, on Feb. 2. The

red up considerable interest, both lowering the priority of some less- and raid some of the patches "Panhandle" and we hope ,it Sparks also have a son Lee.
pro needed in another district.If around her e. On second will '
project here.
and and 1. r. and Mrs. Walter Rat-
con, quite likely a large delegation
thought maybe well H. SUMMERS
buy berrIes
representing feeling on both as has been suggested in the liff of Milton announce the
sides, will appear before the Commis- past, it were left up to the State Road for it takes such a longtime From the appearance of the birth of a daughter. Pelemin,
to pick out bird shot! fields in this
section there will
sion at its next meeting.As Department to determine which sec- on Feb. 8. They also have a
ondary roads in the county should be be little plowing done, until son, Walter Jr., and daughter MR. AND MRS. RUDOLPH P. ORTNER Managers
matters Armed with
stood at the meeting clippers, Sam it dries off some. Some fields '
paved, and in what order, situations of ,Janett. Mr. Ratliff
last week, two Commissioners in made a go-round of our place we've would
were seen need an air- 1$1
this kind would not arise. The priori- stationed with the Navy,
this ,
favor of making the week pruning things boat to
change, and two get through
ties would be set strictly on merit and right and left. Whiting Field near Milton
He cut Just
were resulting in a tie vote. not on the basis of each commissioner about everything and is the son of Mr. and Downeast With A
j The Commission chairman absent he could Buying a at the market Hospitality
was trying to obtain something for his district reach and cow Mrs. L. E. Ratliff of Graham.
due to illness, and it may become his have done a is a risky business, as one of Freddie Starling spent
regardless of actual need. a
job on Saddle but
too that
unenviable "privilege" to break the tie, The present situation affords the scoundrel our friends found.outrecent; few days in Gainesville last Southern Touch
ran off just in
I if and when the matter comes to a ]yo The -cow looked all rightin week.
Commission an ideal opportunity to time.
vote again. show that it is a Bradford County Com it home the ring''the, but' when he got Miss Carline Melton was Don't Hesitate To Recommend The
Actually, the two projects are different A Keystone thing just 'abOut visiting Miss Judy Broughton
mission, and not just a Five District Heights resident caved in, and he's been feed- II
segments of the same road. The vouches for this Monday. night.
Commission.It I I story: ing it drugs*Since to keep it NEW ENGLANDER
Talking with few
a people
:Morgan Road runs east and west, will be interesting to see what I I Said some C of C people from alive. I
about two miles north of Starke, con- happens when the road priority mat- down-state placed noted for this week they advise me that !
they are going to Jackson- And Stroll By and Say Hello; !
bass fishing happened to
necting U. S. 301 and see
2 Highway 16. The ter comes up at the next meeting. ville to hear Oral Roberts at
the monster bass on view in All of which goes to show
a K. H. service station. Later that you can't trust anybody the Jacksonville Coliseum. He I
Operation Alphabet To Teach they called up and tried to these days, even your mother will be in Jacksonville, Feb. ''

I buy it, and after being refused if she happens to be ,1n"a 12-17. PHONE STARKE 964-5801 II I

Reading, Writing, On TelevisionIt were told "Come up trading mood Like the sow During the past few weeksa I
here, and we'll take you out we bought one time from letter was written and sent -:: ._........ ---- --":----- !

is a shocking fact that 2,500 men sheets. Such job applicants are quickly I I and help you catch some big Sam's mother 'It'was"a good -- : I
and in the Bradford ,I ones like it." one. all right but how that
women Countyarea weeded out and then they seek unemployment ..
fool! thing could eat. ''in, fact; i
cannot read fill
a newspaper or benefits or welfare. i
out a simple employment application.Their State-sponsored "Operation Alphabet" The myrtle warblers have if enough animals like Porky I
is and won the battle of the myrtle- were distributed around this '
eyesight good they are is attempting to offer the under-
berries against mocking country, there'd be"ho surplus .', fO'
mentally capable, yet they cannot reador educated men and women of Florida an '
bird. He about wore out his problem: in fact, if;'you gave
write as well as a fifth-grade child. opportunity to learn to read and write ail feathers chasing the intruders them all they'd &t, there'd HURR'l'y UY'f';' ..

They are our community's functional by television. The Bradford County and finally with a be a shortageL! # .
illiterates. They are very expensive to Adult Education Program i is providing-

the rest of us in many ways. a place and trained teachers to assist Forsythe of Jacksonville, for- and daughter "in 'Savannah. '

Until recently, our 11 million illiterates the televised program starting Monday merly of here. She is survived Qa.

(nation-wide) and 260,000 in Feb. 18, from 6 to 8 p. m. The by four sisters in this com- 'Mrs Chattel Ryals and ..lr

Florida have been able to find jobs educational series will be offered each munity, including Mrs. Daisy daughter,'and Miss Mamte

without great difficulty. Unskilled Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday eve Pringle Mrs. Bessie Sapp,Mrs. Clark of Jacksonville, and (

labor was once in demand. The employer nings throughout the 100-lesson seriesat Alice Rosier, and Mrs. Rossie Mr.! "and "ISto. ''Jimmy Clark FORD DEALER 3a

now can no longer afford to the Starke Elementary Cafetorium.If Reddish. Our sympathy is extended and son of Starke were Sun-
hire unskilled labor. In many cases, you know of someone who can to all her loved ones. day 'g ests' of Mr. and Mrs.

machines can do a cheaper and more profit from this program, you are urg- Our pastor Rev. Walter Lloyd Clark. fps

efficient job.Today's ed to talk with him about it, and, most Mathis, was a dinner guest of Mrs. N. C. Mott Was in D R

employer takes a dim view important, BRING him to the or- the W. H. Morgans.Our Gainesville Wednesday and: ste s

of hiring a man or woman who maybe ; ganized class next Monday, or Tues- church services were Thursday visiting her daUghter -

a hazard to himself and others because day, or Thursday evening at 6 p. m. well attended and enjoyed by Mrs. G, H. Layfield. -
he cannot read safety directions You'll be doing this person, your com- all last Sunday. We had 79 Mrs. Rosa Kelley'is in Jack- :

-cannot read job instruction munity, and yourself a real service. in goal Sunday for- -- next School Sunday------.and Is- 100.-our- -- and sonville Mrs this Steve week visiting Kelley and Mr.I IT'S THAT SMART BUYIN' TIME AGAIN! JUST LIKE LAST YEAR COLD WEATHER UP NORTH

I Appointive Chief Of Police i We worship invite with you us.to come and Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.Arthur Michael Hall An- ALLOWS EXTRA SHIPMENTS OF NEW FORDS DOWN HERE-ALL PRICED TO MOVE I EXTRA

Again Being DiscussedOnce I TnBROOKER.. .Y .TTT.' John dreu of and Jacksonville Truby Pinholster visited SAVINGS FOR YOU! IMMEDIATE DELIVERIES, EQUIPPED JUST AS YOU LIKE! HURRY IN t NOW!

Saturday afternoon. They also -
again the matter of changing out the duties and responsibilities of attended the funeral of .. T

Starke's charter to provide for ap- his office than he would be if always Calvin Johnson.We .
pointment rather than election of the faced with the necessity of getting wish to express, our Now's the time to get a & ITjr : r7Tr:

Chief of Police is being discussed in himself re-elected by popular votes By Shirley Green sympathy to Mrs. Annie Johnson wagon from America'swagon ___ h -
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these pre-legislative weeks. every two years. Appointment would & .AA. && .. and family on the deathof
This is one change in Starke's governmental make him directly responsible to and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilk- their loved one last week. Choice of 15 wagons

set-up that would seem to answerable to the City Council which erson were visiting Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green in 4"'sizes, including

I be a step in the right direction. Al- could conceivably be of benefit in some Mrs. N. C. Mott Saturday and daughters of Jacksonville the 63 Ford Galaxie ,,

though we are sometimes fortunate in instances.If night. were Sunday dinner guests of Country Sedan illus
who is trained and Miss Jean Howell and Char- Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green. trated here.
electing a man qualified such legislation is drafted and
the could be the les Johnson of Live Oak Garden Club to Meet .
for job-it easily passed it should, perhaps, carry a were I
other way around, and a man, utterly them- the Saturday dinner guests of I The Brooker Garden Club
referendum clause the voters
untrained and equally unqualified, so Mr. and Mrs. Terry McDavidand will meet Thursday night at
could be elected to run Starke's Police selves can express their wishes in the daughter Barbara Lynn. the Community Center at 8 i

Department. matter. If they want a change-so be Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green p.m. The program will be on .
and Joe were Tuesday to "Flower Arranging:" The Club Trade now for a handsome
Appointment of the Chief of Police it. If they vote it down-the people -
Thursday guests of Mr. and wishes to remind everyone ; new middleweight
would also make him more free to carry have spoken.
Mrs. Alan Messmore and that the Garden dub cool: Fairlanel Big-

.......v..............'Saturday guests of Cecil daughter in Savannah. Ga. books 'will'be on sale. car advantages at

Crawford Sr. and family. ning.Mr.. and Mrs. Quincy Rosier Mrs. and Mrs. Curtis Mel- Birthday Party compact cost. Ninemodelsincluding

EVERGREEN Weekend guests of the James and son visited Mrs. Sally vin moved into our community Ken Green celebrated his

Rosters were Mr. and Mrs. Odom of Jacksonville last Fri I Thursday. They purchasedthe first birthday Sunday, :with,.a new middleweightwagons
By Airs. Minnie L. Reddlnr Burton Rosier and family of day, I Jettye Hazen place, movie party at the home of his par- and hardtops.

Palatka, and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Redding and son of here from Tampa. ents.. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny_
Phone 7823232 Robert Rosier and family of Jacksonville visited the Arthur Mrs. Evelena Thomas came Green.

&AAAAAAAAAAAAAA AALAAj Jacksonville.Mr. Reddings on Sunday.Our home Tuesday after being a The dining room was dec-
and Mrs. patient in Alachua General _Save on a big Ford I
Joseph Cope- community was sad- orated tn'red and white
Mr. and Mrs. Spence Dicta land of Jacksonville Hospital in Gainesville. Enjoy Ford Galaxie'snew ,.
visited dened last week to learn of streamers with a clown hanging
and family of Lake City were the Otis Brewers Sunday eve the death of Mrs. Maggie Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmonsof from the center,,Balloons' $10 Million Ride-
Gainesville were Sunday in a luxurious sedan?
were hung in a cluster on the,.
night guests of Mr. and Mrs. wall. hardtop, wagon or
ORIL4Ai1IYi N. C. Mott. '* convertible all with.
The birthday cake had ', :
Mrs. Pearl Hagar and Mrs. red barn on It.with different service-saving fea- -
Amanda. Lewis were in Gainesville animals surrounding it. _' .. turest
N ESTABLISHED 1879FLORIDA'S on business Friday. Games were played after :
0 Cy Mrs. Mattie Sowell visited which refreshments were ser :
1963 OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CON. her sister Mrs. Bedie Coner- ved. Seventeen attended the }

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown filii'CtO. ..1

POST Office AT STARKE. FLA. UNDER ACT OF MARCH 3. 1879 S. C. were Saturday afternoon TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
guests of Mrs. H. 0. Brown. +

IN TRADE Mrs. Stanley Green was the '

OUTSIDe THADC AREA-_-ONE YEAR 3.so Six MONTHS $2.00 Thursday Mr. and Mrs.to Monday Alan !.It guest more of i .61 206 West Madison Street Starke Floridar

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Four Youths-Accused, Keystone Repeals.Utilif > > > > -- Proposed School l I rl Keystone Boys, Sfranes, third place;' and Mrs.< Gerald Fulton of Tampa visited i

I Alice Ketchum and Mrs.iGeorge Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Wilson. I
Tax Legislation Will I Girls Win Games Mrs. Ada Roberson and Mr. !
Phelps, fourth place. i

Schools At Keystone.{ Melrose 3I9LP Gas '> Be' ,DiscussedJames From Bell I II School News |' and Mrs. John Ross visited I

I Frank- .Strickland, Donald' Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Robersonand
*A. I g v Keystone Heights' utility Lytel of Orange Park, I All three Keystone Heights : Williams, and Jimmy Downs family in Daytona Beach ,

:AfiJ- r i tax: on 12 gas. _was repealed i i .., ..;"<.. chairman of the Clay County : basketball teams won their attended a fried chicken; din- f Mr. and Mrs* J. C. Vastine j I

OrangeraflBurglanzed> Tueida/ night at the regular Citizens Committee to. Improve ': games with Bell in the Mel- : ner in Gainesville Wednesday: of Chicago.' Ill. spent a few ',j

.' meeting. the town cduncQ. | ;j-;;: : 'Schools, has announcedthat !f rose .gym last Friday night. i,. night, sponsored by the Elks days with Mr- and Mrs. J, J. 'j II IIin
U- '"I.'I li M' A ." .' The action was" taken* (due1 to will loot- Bo te. While here, they visited i
teachers : Rep. Sam Saunders The ,A squad ,boys downed i Lodge,,in., honor qf area
Four Jacksonville youths dows in .the lounge I i ii j jI !
went on a breaking and entering were broken. They attempted the fact that' only' two' coin-: .,. > be the committee's guest at I Bell ,42:39: in a nip and tuck I|I: ball and basketball pl 'ers. Clear\vater and Jackson- j!;I

binge last Thursday ': to open counter cabinets, but panics [both out-of-town con-i I ,, its next regular monthly meet- : battle. Jim McMurtrytled thej. They were', accompanied yule 'j'jMr !i
cernsl were collecting the tax. Feb. 18. The ': Coach Joe PhilUps"I" : and Mrs. George Lund ,j

tlaBzW schools at Orange small amount of change froma I while other companies. doing: ....-n'1 .- a-- ---l,1__ committee meetings are held i ed! by Bob,, Jacksonith. .... % 11. }i'!, The Melrose FFA Chapterspqnsnred of Sarasota, former residents !
'h-' several
business in the city were not.!] in the Clay County courthouse a tnp" to the Tami of Mefrose, spent I
The boys now have an 8-6 ]
Park:;, MeIroseV ana Keystone jar. The blade on the paper I Pictured Ltons MnKcah i .
at Club4: hiCetlng'(1ii -'
'Heights. '"'AH buildings werentered' cutter was damaged, and the Council felt that it was not : ( 'Tommy in, Green ,Cove, Springs re orR for_ tl1.s. son. i Fair for students who' days recently with Mr. and I
fair for some consumers to 1lC president Lions CIulifJm.; J. Dermody, new fnll-tim*, at 8 I Huel Holloway. Mrs.
% by breaking out win- Coke machine was scarred up ,. pjn.The" j, Keystone girls won their wished to ride the bus to Mrs. I
fiows. in an attempt to Break it pay the tax while others did depnry; Jolm P. rial! Jr., jciiief Deputy Clay ounty; Charles I purpose of Rep. Saun- game 39-32* paced 'by Janie Tampa. Oscar Baldwin Harry. Lund was a guest at the Wo I

'. Darrell Clark 17. was held I open. not, so it waS repealed.S. McGfave, Lions pre id nt. i di b' visit will, be to discuss !' McMurtry and DianneJBrokas, Jackson and Mrs. William' man's Club me tIng Wednes I

E. Kennedy of Lake Geneva cun-'eni i and prososed school i 1 : for ,
.. each with 13 points. Moore were chaperones
toy the sheriff's
Clay County's '
Office and later released und- drawers At the were Melrose ref'ed' School in an, desk attempt was given1': five-year Full Time Deputy For Keystone Area legislation.. In addition to the !: The B squad bojs were also the trip on Saturday. day.Mr.. and Mrs. Jack Miller

*r $500 bond. The three other : to find keys to the grazing please on 1,400 acres 4. Introduced At Lion's ,Club Meeting i,I regular member;; pf the committee | victorious, downing Bell 46-21. 1 Personals II and children spent Tuesdaj

boys involved, Carol Stroud, 1 drink and cracker machines. "tff the Keystbne Airport prop- I 'PTA; officers from the i Bruce Moon was high for Key- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lassiter .in Daytona Beach.

erty for'arr annual fee'of $375. I various Clay County schools jstone with 15 points and Marshal and family of Gainesville.have '1I and Mrs. Glynn Roth-
17 and two juveniles; one 15 '! Not being able to find the Guest speak rs at the Monday lice and the mayor, but that I i Mr I''

And: ort!, I6j were said' to be 1 key!. the1 machines'were Jim- The lease Jwaswamed"bit a night dinner meeting of' the sheriff's department would 1 will be invited. I|: Pardee had 11. I I moved to Melrose." hammer and children spent

in the J juvenile shelter in Jack- non-competitive bid and since the Keystone Heights I1 ns ; be glad to assist any time' Mr. Lytle also stated that The Indians are playing in Mr. and Mrs. ,Norman Ble-i i last weekend, with Mrs. Roth-
mied open and change esti- council felt offer fl- '
ionville, where they were already was I Club were Chief Deputy Sheriff -,.they are called upon. 'the: sub-committee studying. the St. Johns River Confer- : \nns of Montebello, Calif are hanvmer's brother and sister-
mated at from to $20
; $14 was vorable. The lease also '
wjfrds' of the co rf for I taken., broke out win- pro- of- Clay County; John P. Officer Dermody outlined in curriculum met in Orange '! ence tournament this week,in the parents of a baby boy, : in-law, Mr.and Mrs. Raymond;
They a -
vided a 20-acre camp" site on 1 Hall Jr.. and the newly detail how he could be reached Park ,on Feb, 7. and that it i 4 named pu- and family In Bain-
previous 'offenses. appointed Crescent City Games previously -: born Feb. an:} Wesley ,
dow to enter the girls dressing Crystal Lake for the' Keystone ; '
1 The Orange Park'' School room .lthough'the' door was 'Boy' Scout' :: deputy sheriff for by persons needing police might have a, preliminary re- scheduled with Orange ane Elvin. Mr- and Mr;;. Grant I bridge, Oa,

was hardest' hit from the unlocked: Obscene'words were decided Troop.It nottcJ award the Keystone Heights area, ;help. It is presented in the ,,port ready for the meeting on 1 1 park for this Friday night Rothhammer are maternal; Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bass and

standpoint of Vandalism and scribbled on the walls of the :hunting was rights with the I I William J. Dermody. The 'following way so it can be j" Feb. 18. Chairman of the subcommittee '! were cancelled due to the con-, grandparents. '. children of Bunnell spent the I
Articles; damaged or'Stolen. A''; hall with a colored marker. II ing lease, arid"'the 'co n il graz-will guests were introduced by P'cut out and used for easy i:I is Mrs. Quaritlus!:! ference.yjyyyyyyvvyyyyyyyyi. i Jilr. and Mrs. Harold BeukcAf ', weekend wiin their parents. I

fire extinguisher was discharged -' The boys were traced :l ask the State Game & Fresh :,program chairman George reference: L'ef Orange Park. Members are h" t __ Watprhm-v.,.-- -v, Torm._ __uu.arid and Mr.' i I I Mr. .and .)!l's. J. V. Blade1! and

in the office three outside ,. through information obtained I Water Fish Commission to Massa. Rev. Ryan of Doctors Inlet I Mrs. Edward Lezitte of i] Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bass.
,;. Deputy Hall introduced the KEYSTONE HEIGHTS |Mr. Custer and Mrs. Binns of visited Mrs. !\ I
prmqnd Beach
and inside window .
one broken, from a Keystone business I establish a wildlife manage-
new deputy to members of ,AREA 'Oreen Cove Springs, and W. HELROSEnV Beulac ;
knd an adding machine and where they went to convert ment area on the entire 2,500 I'M. i and Mrs. Lezitttfsbrotherinlaw STETHOmST CHUltCHMELROSE
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the club and stated that he How to get help from Beam of Keystone Heights. :
Office desk damaged-:- Keyrto the change thej had stolen acres of the airport property.The ., and sister. :
,. : .
was ,to be a full-time officer the Clay County Sheriff'sDepartment The sub-committee has been I
filing cabinets and soft drink into bills. Civil Aeronautics Au- Mrs. Alice RothhammerfTTTTTTTTWTTTTTTVTVTl ..Judge an.i.trs. C. I. Tolles. ,
assigned to duty in the Keystone : 'holding informal meetings Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith
Machines were stolen, and ; The Clay County Sheriffs thority advised the council Col. .George Price w in the i
area. Previously this 1. Call Deputy W. J. Der- with both high school and I 1 Pastor
money taken from the drink I office said that attempts that it could permit Bradford Naval ,Hospital in Jaekson- i f r > ,
area had been covered by "aparttime mondy at his home [Dial 'college educators. \1 .. I I' Sunday School 9:45: a.m.
and cracker i Episcopal: ChurchThe
dispensing ma- to obtain from .
County clay
would be made to get custodyof it' I
deputy, 'but. due to 473-4500]. ville.Mr.
thines. Also included of Trinity Epis- Allen Worship. 11 a. m.
in the the airport property for road : I women and Mrs. A. H.
the three other youths involved the population increase, Mr. 2. Call Sheriff's Of- '
cles 1-5, and the evening Circles -
items taken two tr IU1s- copal Church met last Thurs- '
were maintenance work, but that and sons, Ronnie an;$ Jimmy.
for radios. and. who were alfe'adywards records would have to be keptof :'Hall 'said that it was time to fice at Green Cove Springs. I the Nightengales and RebeCca :., day at the rectory. The bud- I !and'Mr. and Mrs. J...O- Sq1it i TRINITY EPISCOPAL
At the Keystone school, a : of the court in Duval the cost of clay obtainedand have a full-time man in Key- [Dial 1-281-3379 or 1-281- I witt' meet ata pm.: get for this year was adopted I I Ii all of Jacksonville, visited Mr I MELKOSB
library window and two win- .!County. Bradford County could stone. He pointed out that 4180. Locations as f llows: j i arid ,plans were made to hold i II and Mrs. W. H. Allen. and
this was the first year that 3. If long distance lines Cfrcle 2. Mrs. Sara McDon'ald.'chairman' -, a monthly covered dish sup- I Holy'Days '-' 10 m., Holy
the dollar cost of the family.
yyT 'TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT' repay material by doing mainten- the Board of County Comm S- are busy, eaU the Alachna 'I : meets with Mrs.. II |1 I: per. Refreshments were served -i t Mrs. Julian Jacoby and /Sundays -> 10 a. in- Church
i ii
St I 0 p e'r hadrappropriated, 'Sheriff' Office Jane: Dors. School 11:45 a. m. Morning
County j
Heaton I
work at the I by Mrs. Lee, .
ance airport. Dwinnle
.. and Miss
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS LaKue. enough money in the county [Dial 1-372-04641. They ,i Circle 3, 'Mrs: Walter Gi- k Irs. James Lackey.Woman's I ; Prayer and Sermon, iFirtf,,
George who was em- Slade of Middleburg visited
budgel the employment ]. IPm'
for of Communion
will contact Officer Der- Ilck; chairman, meets with i, ClubvBake Sale I Sunday. Jloly
the council .
ployed by recentlyto |
[ a-: full, time. officer here., mody by radio. ,Mrs: Earl Haynor, with "Mrs. I 1 i' ""A bake sale sponsored by I Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Slade. Episcopal.Young. church-
vBy Mary K. Schaeffer compile preliminary information "" Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moody of
Deputy Dermody' no address S. 'E. Kennedy, co-hostess. the Woman's Club for I' i (men.. .
concerning the proposed Give your name, I bene- Hawthorne and Mr. and Mrs.
the I
to '
stranger Keystone Frank
water rate'increase and need for help. :ICircte 4.'MrS; Stitcti- fit of the Melrose Public Li- Communion.
&AAAAAAAAAA.4.AA4A AAI l.&AA&AAAAAAL.LLAA4A44Jlady mended bringing in outside' area, having served as ac'it ty' berry chairman, meets with I: brary: 'cill l be held ,Saturday i, V. Y. Crawley spent Tuesday The Rev Lee W. Heatoit

photos Said l policeman and a part-time Mrs. Elmer H we, with her in Jacksonville.i Vicar. l'Ii
in Club Estates who notified engineers to make some tech- i During a question period, morning, Feb. 16. beginning l'
To Be Coming me that "that fellow is nical studies before a final time deputy sheriff. His.record Deputy Hall said that crime sister, Mn Dbrgy, as co-hos at'9' a.m. beside the post of- i and Mi's. BUnyon Kelley -

9 Since the article appeared out here selling coupons for I as a police officer in this tess. The meeting will be held will be i spent Friday, in Gaines-
: decision is reached. !I prevention is a'big part of the I fice. All baked goods
In last week's issue about the I back far at the home"of the late Dan yille. > ,' II' PARAN BAPTIST CHURCH
photographs again to be takenin area goes,, as, as 1951. Sheriff's Department activities. home cooked. I
The council agreed to re- I i is home after -Ii FLA. .
traveling John MacKenzie .GIJ.DL ,
photographer who St. William's Hall!" ''He is'a long-time ,resident of I II One qf the major prob-, Rai er. 'I Duplicate.BridgeWinners t \
submit its new charter to the
took photos of local small fry Actually; it wasn't'the same J I 1963 Legislature and Florida, cOining to the Daytona lems in: the Keystone Heights;I Circle 5, with Mrs. Bertha of the Melrose I a ,brief stay in.thf. Rev.lW 'Travis,'Pastor

*t St. William's Hall, we have,, fellow at all. He representsthe meeting will be held a next specIal -I Beath are with his area is the patrolling of unO&upiM -' Jones, chairman, meets, with Duplicate Bridge Club for last :, cal Center in Gaine'svilfe. I

toad news for all the mothers.' Fontaine Studios from week to the matter I rp.ndi.th. r i in ,1913., He is a summer 'cottages\ Mrs. John Wrinkle on Keystone week include the following: i Mrs. David Pritchard and I II Sunday School, 10 a.5\.

Mrs. Bill Young took it upon Parkersburg W. V. He calledon with attorney go over Prevatt. former mayor of Opalaka, a during the winter months., Mr. talk, with Mrs. R.- A. Mrs. W. J. Grolick and Miss children of Am 'ricus, Ga., are :Morning Worship. 11 am

herself to write to the studio us because he had had repercussions The charter Myron at the suburb of Miami. fIaT also discussed some' of Gaunt co-hostess. Sally Mansfield, first place; Ir i visiting her parents, Gen. and Training Union, 6:30 p. rnI .

in St. Paul, Min=t., and re- from the above- 1961 session,was but passed was later declared Hall pointed. out that Der- the modern 'training he' and Circle 5. fh'e Nightengales, Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss Iva Mrs. R. P. Hollis. I I I Evening worship. 7:30 .p. n

fcefve'd'an.. ---answer-- -saying- -that mentioned article, and he ineffective because the mody's territory would include his department have received will meet in the educational r Hillyer, second place; Mrs. W. Alex Wilson and son-in-law Midweek Prayer Meeting Wed

the rNf wvfo was to bring asked us to say ifial He has legislation had not been the southwestern partof from $he' FBI*Police Academy buIlding with Mrs. WaIter rf. Davie and :Mrs. Raymond a'nd daughter, Mr. and Mrs", nesday', '7:30: pm.

thf proofs was ill. but would been to' fora prop- Muhlhofer and Mrs.' Leon I. ,: .. "" ( ; '., \
coming Keystone erly advertised. the county, as well as Key- i in _Wa hfii it tpn, ,,JC C. : '_ '. I I

fcrmg them as soon as he was number of years to take Eight applications for theparttIne stone Heights. He said that '.. c;. J.; McGlave, president of Wagner, co-hostess. Mrs. Wagner .

sufficiently recuperated which these and he is not : police protection inside the /Uons both Is circle chairman.
photos, a position of town thq Club presented
sh6uld be in the very near I city limits of Circle 7, with Mrs. J. W. HEIGHTS
is guests
future member ,of some fly-by-night clerk were received, and Chair- Keystone the ofthfe with certificates KEYSTONE MELROSE
outfit. He made arrangementsfor I responsibility of the city pO- (of' Licks'appreciation.: Wildt chairman. will meet
When one is physically incapacitated man Don Pangborn will go I. with' Mrs. Norman Thompson.Don't .
St. William's Hall .
by !> '
one carft do one'sJOD over these with the city's auditors tartans, many who might ;f r2. That'Is a,good question. forget' the Community '
phone while here and he ask-
) but it does seem that he ed us to say that, if 'anyone 'and make a'recommen- otherwise flounder when call-I LUNCHEON GIVEN Church; Family Night_ Sup-! 4 BUSINESS I' DIRECTORYAPPLIANCES f
dation at the March meeting. ed to speak in will :FOtf: OFFfCEWOn '
could have notified someone upon public perrFeb.i 26" at 6:30: pm't in .
feels "taken"
they were by .
:by phone or mail, instead of the other people, my showinga The council commended now be inspired to get their Monday Feb. 4, ,Key- the educational building. This -- .!t.-.L-, : ( t . -'

leaving it all hanging in the Chief "of Police Brune and message across. Now they will stone Heights members of is.a. .covered dish get-together,I -

air that way! free receipt 11x14 they made may have htm.I a. Deputy Dermody for their know what to do whether they Jacksonville Khem Temple, 85, for families and friends. There ff"' ', (MILLWOKKI I RESTAtJRANTSLake
photo by ,
_:,We also had a call from a However, that 'not be part in the quick solution of are in the water over their Daughter' ? :of the-Nile/,honored will be a program of interest I ., 'i '", ,
I necessary if, as Mrs. Young the breaking arid entering of! headsor just standing on I Queen oiene'.Thomas!> ;,and t ,all. Mrs: Frank Ilgen i is T V &rvice Center Keystone

Are You Prepared says, the first fellow Is due three schools in the area last their own feet in front of an I Past Queen-. :,Opal ,Bl&tka&n. program chairman. Mrs. Charles r r Brooklyn
week. J..C. THTC5
audience. [The ,
here soon. \Wea hope'soAWomans i. Rotarians I Mrs- Blackman was ele tegJlpreme Waller us,,president of. the ifotoroW Millwork Shop

i To Live? Club sponsor the annual swimming, Pi'lnces' Badaura.at donyininity C h u rchwomen. Authorized* Sales j,> t *'nd' '.?:.-**\Phil" "' 1' 'V RestaurantSTEAKS. '.
instruction program.] Supreme Se'ssiori 'in 1961. 'Th :! Service .
id Meet Feb. 26 to bring a friend, a covered PTA NOTICE : Serrfce "O> All Mates -
ASK TOUR_ GULF MANL. luncheon meeting was 1eltt? 4tA vote qf? thanks has been CHOPS
The monthly luncheon meet- dish, and table service for The TV -. RADIO STEREO -WINDOW FRAMES
February meeting of ffie home of .M s. Dell Hay extended to. Tony Baker and
R. BRAULT. Ingof the ''Keystone Heights self and guest.February the Keystone Heights UI--J t Work Guaranteed"":"' TV:CentalsKeystone1 > 'SCREENS Seafoods Orders To Go
PTA Frank
Ilgen who installed the
IUO Woman's Club'will' be held being the month will be held nor.Line Heights.. .473-4631 OPEX
: j"-ft:11 J Thursday night, fftcerS"pr snt were t ery. fine, loud-speaker system I e. Trim M.atriaIs
Tuesday,TeB.: 26, thevCdm- for patriotism, a fine speakera -

dax i llittay. :21 Keystone Height'i, munity Church educational historian- will challengethe be Feb.the 21,annual at 8 p.m.Founders This Day will Baisden.Grace. McCall"Ruth" C61enfan and'.. '"> Norma was I in feisorials; the educational.. ,building, AUTo SERVICE, ., ,,. i iI icy Sash Made Td Order 7 Days fi A."if.' till Midnite

1 building. Members should .plan ladies with the What program rttt a.i.; Keystone Heights 473-4285 1-1' Mi. N.
I tiL'.J: 10 ') iI.('-J.; I' ": I honoring Alice Mc- unable" to attend. ;MrS :F. W. Dryden Sr., ofSilvet Terrers' of Stoplite
: Why and -
How to Know Am.
.I : Lellan Birney and I
Phoebe Ap Costume earririgfe were presented Lake has Just returned Keystone Heights

: M" ..... .. Further erica and details Keep in the Peace. person Hearst, famed cOfounders to honored; guests. from a" visit with her son.i' Gulf Service NURSERY' 'I' .. -
next issue. i
'and coming down I An'Ortriopedic) Sewing cTasswas 'Frank Jr., and family in Long,
!I't : Speaking of ,history, the the line to : New & Used Tires
our own officers. planned" true 'first tbe' Island, N. Y. Enroute home, KEAL ESTATE
"\ ltr ;;..."... Woman's Club has made local ,Please plan to attend. An : held 'fin" Thursday, 'March. shg also visited relatives In From $3.00 Up All Sizes Clemens Nursery .

!. ,'. .,>.' history now that the site of interesting history of the 7i'at'noon'at: Lubrication Batteries Acces
!" Key the home of Washington I). C., and in -
.. ) the new Club.house has been stone Association will be giv- Heleri Kennedy. Phyllis 'tHU!'- Richmond, Va. OPEN 1 A. M. 7:30': P. MKeystone Citrus tree 2.50 to 94195:

1 ,<_. ; < ,... :h .r J. cleared of underbrush and the en. sey was chosen as organizational -' Debbie Brault who was recently Heights, 473-4279, .tome in fruit, Canoed ir Ban* C. J. Pete O'Connor

:rt"n' \ remains of the old Chautauqua -, Health Nursing chairman.A 11 years old, celebrated r ot J ,
Electrical Contractors ......
: :
building. For posterity, Council To meet REALTOR
delicious luncheon was her birthday with a Twist

,,',,', "l"\:" ';>".,..., "' .,\>t ", ',",. ,,ttI", ..<,, ,...oi.0 ,...';" ''.""' ,." ., arrangements were made to! Ttiesday evening, Feb. 19, ehjoyed by the following mem- Party at her home on High- Jackson Electric Co. Azaleas 3 for .51.00' to $1.00 ea.Hhvay REAL ESTATE
:\ .. ,> show the
pictorially the
': Clay 100 Hillcrest
progressof bas at
\j' Public : Beatrice Young, Dell 21. Winners the Twist APPRAISALS
'J\ :-" ,,,, .., :f '? way MORTGAGES -
r '''',"' .j ,> ,, '.. ...".:.'," """' ,. v.:" ., ,. ,',,.<, the new building, and pre- Health NurSing Advisory Haynor ELECTRICAL: CONTRACTORHouse "
". ....., \t ''' '.><. ,, ..,' '..;,:. ; Philfis H sSey; Vesta c.qntest'ere Billy Belote and Electric 3., Miles East of"
serve the "before" and "after" ,Council will Rapge : Tel. 473-4'23ir!
meet Keystone Height
the Cliy Alken, Helen Kennedy. Ruth Fatty Cox. Other included !'
guests -
; :
., ,!oj,: "\\J "" .'." ,.;l aspect for the club's history.Mrs. Electric audit rium :'and Water Heater hepairsGeneral Keystone flights ... I
r : '>', ". : ,:<"' "" : at 8 p.m. 'angbom. Ruth Mitchell joy Denise DeWitt, Johnny

',1 "?' ,.., ,. ,< '" '\s : 4 I Carl Wistrup is histor Following the invocatiop. .Baker, Miriam MingledorffV Games Kenny Nooney Roger I Electric Repair Work.Call .. '" -
F : : 'Toby' For All Your
there Winifred
will be H.CRAWFORD
< V"A ''- '. I introductions Ronnie Hardenbergli :Louis Smith, Diane. .and Donald; HeriGena .

,j;,, -: .,. .,,>, "t \St. j' \t"1. ,':"'''' : '' Speaking of local history, committee reports, and remarks -;I Perry, Linnie Schroeder and | Massa, Robert; Pat-I Electrical, Heights NeedsKeystone. 473-4973! I CITRUS LV CONTAINERS
fJ v ,".. ue remember when the old by Dr. A. Y. ; P.hi I > To $5.00:
**ti'j \* \ "' .. : COvin- charter members Ethel Turn- er, John; Kuykendall. ..MikeMurrhee i - - $1.50
.i ..
}i \tr above-mentioned Chautauqua ton, whoill introduce tie : ejr and SaraGriffin.j Marshall Gallup p FLOK18T Plenty of Blooming Camellias I "

building was quite a step forward speaker Dr. William L. I j COMMUNITY. .CHURCH Roddy. Hutch.eson. Debbie.Dey,, tteg. Real Estate roW

What Price '. ." in the cultural life of I Wright, director of the Bureau !-:I! f On, .Sunday.. jfcb. 10. the I apd, the,hostess's sister,.,Cathy. 3. Edna WilliamsI'LOIIiSTNURSER from 50c up: Rare Camellias I Lako Properties Acre&V .

our town. Fashioned after the of Local Health Servi-- i Community Church hosted the 1 Brault. grafted $7.50 up. Plenty of .

I idea of the Chautauqua sum es of the Florida State Boafd Cub Scouts 1 : Evergreens Landscape Ranches Busioesj City
d.the to report
I ?it Price ,a Boy t.\Ve are happy
PEACE OF MIND? I I mer-school and correspond-I: of Health. Officers will be th.a \. .! ScWts'o. { ,Keys p e ,Heights that Mrs John Himble is recovering 'I FLOWERS Plants Homes Rental: *

I i ence school, in ,. stalled ,and refreshments will :i troops at the o'clock ser nicely from, a. dis- For AU OccastoiuMelros .
"We Take A Personal later *
: i r,1 Let us landscape home. *
for less than youpayYoryour'daityHewspaper, I brought the residents and winfepeople .Jbeserved, : ,. || vice. About 30 uniformed. boys I lo ate:1: shoulder suffered last;) Phone:, OR. 5-2311: I

YOU can enjoy the complete sense of security that ,:!: ': a fine selection of:i There will also be interesting -' with: CuV?: Scout Leader! 'MI'S'I' week. Of' ,..'I vi. c. Erf I NE' S''KJRSERYifna In Your Requiremenf.Je'Midway '
musicians, scientists,,, exhibits showing: : the var-1!j 1eferrVirer'Ud' Scou Mary Carew is back in town:: INSURANCE' : Keystone Hdfbti .

comes from knowing that your valuables are at allI I I naturalists health faddists,.1 i ious services rendered by the',' ter. :Barry ''Wyman, sat in a j'I for several\ ,months.. She is ? fad is'mC ft O't Start? iI&roe

times SAFE from fire theft and mis etc., for their entertainmentand ;.1 j public health Every'one 'i Murrhee Insurance ,
tampering nurses.
I group during" the service. Bar now settled in the Ottinger at IloraAome, Ph.. CSl-5665 flicay 21-Opw, Sunday.

placement. .. I'' education. Culture was;, is invited. ry Wyman, Jr., an Adolyte'.1 I Cottage -.. formerly the Holl .I .r. ,.I '
I ot" always the fad in Keystone. Will Beautify i Agency ( B S-21
I was a member of the group, cottage on. Lakeview Drivef,J

Yes,' it costs you only a few cents per day to rent 1 1Stile. Rotary: to Sponsortamtlge" KII$' Grounds arid four:senior Scouts usher next door to the ,Herb Nelson I General Insurance RESf AURANTSTUE I I

Class The .GUk Club swore in ed. Dr. Holt Scouts i Fire Casualty Bond II IIi
saluted the family. We are always glad -
1 dtDOSit b xtt ili th fmnlr for your bonds and I P At a recent'meeting of the new members Saturday l for tli I Allied JneJ ." I!STE.; Ml ; Realtor
4 tt t.&i't.' VI'i' Ini' It:1e-\<\ \ I i.":! splendid work i in the to ;see Mary around, and ware _
stocRs-reaI. t la e aceds. ..arnt.abstracts. ., of title-, Keysfonfe Heights, Rotary Feb. 9. at, Keystone' School; | community and the world in'' glad,to know that she still. Keystone Heights Tet *73-t285 i'- ----.---'.. --
I 41t"IL 'o( ,1t li *$ Ji.t f '1 &p'ir"' '' I '
WiIh-lnsdranee POI1ies-1nve.ntQry i t of nousehold I Club', CaIvin'mWalker i representing This Clirtf 18' 'sponsored by : a few years hence., I calls Keystone iiome' ,''. even I Keystone Heights 14 Lots .LatalJl fy $3500.
I W\". It: ndt't'gtsr JTpodsccjiacts '-- the Dale Carnegie'Institute John Miller, -a xnember off i The rier JEWELER
:.papers-.financtaI \ Community" Church though she has sold J i Terms 16 LoU! Suwet Lake -
wai'guest "speaker i Mrfralkr KHS facultyThe'ir' Women's I 1 I
purposte1i Bible meet
Class will
I house.
records receipt&Mreasured I I RestaurantUnder IZ77S. T'Ifrn lR\' tthetfr troth
J *Tiltl' jewelry l heirloomsa41 : \ 'demonstrated how our i I is to beautify the' SChOOl :, at the -home of Dr. and' Mrs:I "Mrs.' Everett' Fox :Mrs. Herb 1 ,Keystdn' Jewelers! :

kVepsalk. attilud controlled what we t!, grounds. A. C: Bolt on Lake Geneva, Nelsjm, .and Mrs. ..Gepr eScharfferTisitedj I and Gift Shop New Management !large enough for sfeaf Jots -

flccDifipmhea t : : As Me said, 1 New members are Bob in Lakeview- Highlands at' 2' : tA Le CummerGaiiefjr In acre&< to wilLi sand/\Jbeafh.

"Success: comes in. Cans; Fail, : Jackson, Linda Norris. Chuck p.m. on February-2d-( Mis.:1: : Jri'Jacksonville. ... "last I A 'Tfiee 'Seleetion'ot Specializing I'[I Use 'for refrestion-wbite hold.

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK ure' in. Carf ts." ., P.aee,.Majggejita Float. Doji H. McEachern conducts th 'Tnesday. '- t V Wedding Gifts Blftft Plates with I' injr for ln\ehtiwW) }!.Z T@rmII.

A(' After the talk, the boardof Norris, Renee Belote*:and JrfHe classes in Bible Study each John Vanderhoek and children j Sterling Flesh'egetabl .12 BE CB furnhhed cottage on

MEMBER F.D.I.C. dlfectofs" :met and" decided AIm Nelson: Charter members Sunday at 930 a.m. All ]la Seautifol
II Lake 1l1ftcl1iDstla
unanimously that the Rotary are Ernie Williams. Da- ;, ies. ,-are eord1a1] invited. ...tq SeKa'e'ffer 'fa'niily: Sunday aftfirnooh -13liUie "& WT1flie Muhlhofer 6 .1. >L-Iff P. 51. MoHv Tfrurs." 1 I
A Friendfy 1 liinfe "In A Friendly Community Club of { i V -. r ,* ,tOt''TerlL'1eyathne
Keystone 11IgtSdvunddtaketo Snelten [
vid Schaeffer, Harold -: "teh .- : enrpofe to their'home1 1 Watctf 'OPEN f A. M. tit MidDftI ;
\ \\ : sponsor a Lorraine' iey, Ronnie,' Communitr chthwomen'scir !J'"u. J i in 'Jacksonville after-"week ; Expert Repairs I
n Keystone: Heighls' fla. ,\ clasS puBHfi Certified Watchmaker I Friot Sat., Swi. f < Heights Fla.
in 'Sp kInanattitudes. : Johnson, and Carol Warren. I I 1 s Win meet nday, ending in Ocafi.Continued I ,
Thanks to the Ro- And what does Keystone-Heights.47Z4m 1|,At the sfoplite" Keystone Ifgfs.! I 473-4815. .. ..
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3 of Keystone ,HeightsCub FI; :-;"ZOD: THRU __ ..
with Den Mothers
Scouts -
Mrs: Joseph 1clrand'Mrs.: ",:'5E.;.1 ,!;-:t .:'.\....quantityrights I F TT ,

Whitney Wyman Jr.. held a ; reserved. YOIR(; BIDGFJ COMES
dance a few ,weeks ago at St.Anne's 0P 1 NG 1y1F } .n FIRST AT FOOD FAIR- ; BLUE RIBBON QUALITY WESTERN GRAIN-FED BEEF
, Parish House. Tug
5 J' '
Half v/as attractively decor SET7ERSAYOUCANREALLY} .
ated for the occasion and ,j: SAVE DURING
,punch and cookies were serv- j
ed. Bill Warren made what : ? a OLR BIG! BLUE RIBBONSALE '
I should be some interesting : .r +R ''J IIL InlEnsor' .

.t' movies of the evening. ev.1 ,' .:.. -. '
, ,Cub and their dates did .
i cry thing from the Waltz to /11" BLUE RIBBON a ". '

r,.., 1 the Sew out.Twist" and even "sat a Sl'TZlleR I TO ASSl'RE' 'YOU OF, THE! '

I Those prc&nt were: Mickey -
r Brokas, Gail x
; Ricky Murrhee, hristoffers'I' w}', tB
Williams, Jerry ,
by. Cromer,' Mike Fundeiburg.Jr. y TENDER TASTY
Susie Belote. Billy Wolfe, 9 Q-
Jr., Kerry Shackleford. Bar- N .. 4 I
ry Wyman. Jr., Brenda Wy- ; "
man, Johnny Warren. Debra TENDER FROZEN CHOPPED 2 OZ }

IBobby,Hawes,Wyman.Dana Wyman, and COB! STEAKS ,JO/ 89, l,. )

This was a first for many -1
of the Cubs. First dance; first '
i Idate. The little girls in their PIG FEET OR r.

colorful frocks and the boys .... ThEREREl TRIP
all scrubbed and shining made \\ ,QlEF ? 'J jc w ,' "

,it a pretty sigbt.Chaperones I MOW ......
Dey and Mr and Mrs. Bill S.OJ\E sAuAc LB.59' { \ RIB

Warren.Chaperones were Mrs. Joe tMnttT1O4S\ % FLA. GRADE FRESH STEWING ROAST 1 LB 79

Dey and Mr. and Mrs. Bill M.C.
On Friday evening Feb. 15. NTSGRE STAMPS MerchuaEtl CHUCK ROAST LB.79c
the Junior Class of Keystone Of }J.ERCH :pUFILL; \ '{OUR S A vER \ M6 CHEF ALFREDO _
Heights School will sponsora to HELP Y .
be Valentine's semi-formal.Dance. It will BOOKS EA sER\ FASTER L"e, PIZZA PIES EA 50 I BONELESS ground or chunks

Highlight of the evening BEEF STEW lB. 69
will be the election and crown- WEST COAST

ing Hearts.of The King GUE and Club Queen will of FLA MOUE, 1B.. 15c LB BLUE RIBBON FRESHLY

give away a nice box of candy .Y 3A
Heights Mas-
The Keystone itJ. CANS Ii CUT-UP WI
onic scene of Temple the Public will Installa be the, TASTY BUDGET WISE 2 LB BOX, t SHORT RIBS LB/ 39 C

tion of Eastern Star Officers GREEN GiANT BREADED SHRIMP! $1 b?
Tuesday evening, Feb. 19, at ,
16 oz $1200
J 8:30 pm.Installing PEAS
officers will be: : CANS 'I


Grand: Officer\ Vincent Brice q
Past Grand Patron; Installing 4i$1 : I00 FOOD I
Grand Chaplain Louise Lat-.
timer. Past Matron; Installing !
Grand Johnson Marshall.Grand Mary Treas.Laura: Installing FYNE.TASTE PURE STRAWBERRY I"h"j ---- LB CAN FA I R 1 1LB i

Grand Organist, Ima : PRESIRVmS 32OZ 59( : J
Williams Past Grand Organist. CAN
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Officers to be installed are: NABISCO CHOCOLATE!IPINVIHEELS
Worthy Matron. Phyllis 1 L B
Associate Ma-
ward Hussey; .
tron, Bertha Ward; Associate po .
Patron Leamon Ward; Conductress a FYNE-TEX -
Edythe Nicholson;
Associate Conductress, Lillian I white or blue
Ennis; Secretary. Beatrice H
Schroeder; Treasurer Vera SIZE. GIANT
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Ownbey; Chaplain Ernestine
Gloria SIZE
w Eisenachen Marshall. -
Murrhee; Organist, Evelyn
Puckett; Sentinel. Ira C.,
Stringer; Warder Sara Mc- LADY FAIR SLICED WHITE
Donald; Ada, Miriam Mingle-'' > .

dorff Esther: ,Ruth Verdell: Irene Hay nor Williams; Mar-; BREAD size king. 2 zo LYS or 39 t ALL VEGETABLE SHORTENING LIMIT -I WITH- $$5.00 FOOD ORDER ..l

tha. Paddy Gilrie; Electa. Es- ,
tha Stnnger. REG 25* VALUE LADY I FAIR GOLDEN. .
Guest Soloist, Mrs. George 16 3
Frenh STICK 20' t-
LaRue; guest organist; Mrs.E. :
A. !..amm,
A social'hour with refresh-
ments will be held immediately .

Ceremony after with the hostess Installation Chairman 8AR CAKE. OZ 16 29 4 ._ LB CAN :

Ropnie Haidenbergh assisted .
by Mrs. Lois Walker .
Miss Gertrude Houses Miss QQ MILD CHEDDAR I
Southwell, ti.d !.11's.Kitty Me- "
The Ladies of the Keystone 16 Oz. ladFair Filled Struue! : I

Country monthly Club held luncheon their regular and- I. COFFEE RING I-=- SLICEDBORDEN'S. CHEESE- lB 59. SWEET JUICY NEW CROP PINT BOX : I
business meeting at the home .
At Our Regular low Prices FLUFFY I

of Lake Kitty Monday Martin, Feb.on!:) Keystone 4, The II'1i : EXPIRES z-20-63 G GEM ROLLS 2. 49c. 1 STRAWBERRIESRICH I i

weekly tournament was rain- << w. CANS, '.r
Al out, so the members played : .... I

served Bridge instead.at noon Luncheon after which was RED FLAVORFUL LIMIT -2 PLEASE ,,. -. 'y.t FRESH PASCAL ./

the business meeting was !

nerd Highlight of the meetingwas Y 1 9c ,
the presentation of trophies r % ,pi
by Gcna -Christoffers, i, .. -
Trophy Chairman.The .
Club Championship I rt3 .. ..
Runner up in the 18 hole COOKING ;
group was Eileen Lee. We FRENCH FRIES, 4
1 S; ? 29
might say that Eileen got the ; :
thrill ol her life when she \ :: I f I APPLES 39
broke 90 the other day. BONNIE FROZEN :
Winner of First Division t4Yt .
Su : FISH STIX 3 $100 1
Championship was Dwyer: PKGST :
Fran Livingston' was rurmer- .
Jane the 9 -
np. LaCoste won .
hole championship while"'Lil'' (f@1I& \}{ \ ... .... {{'1"" >> p
Lee was runner-up. : Fa.EE '. MERCHANtS ,., f fREE MERCHANTS OO fREE r100 Wig f .EE rfjlffff/ffJ1f1J1fjfjm.r @ ,... W. 19' t :
In the Ringer Tournament, '. Gr* n Sumps t: ..- 100 Gnee Stes s ..t -.1OD GnclI tSFRCHANTS Stimpi t 5& MERCHANTS \ I, FREE MERCHANTS 1 8 f "'rICNANTS
: .. ; Crwa 2" 5 t: 50 GI...
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s: -.. StunptVifhthe
Era Hall had flrsf low -
gross; c: -=> = c=: Green Stamps ___
: I With,the Purchase f :g $' With, J the Purchase cflOCTi : 2: With the Purchase of oo o :?:
Freda Wyman. second low Family Size CrestTOOTH g a .. : Purchase of 8 g With t 'fa Piffdiasa of 4 0 With the.Purchase :
gross. First low net winnerwas : I'c Spray or Syrup :81 1 5 Oz. ttuTity Cutie 9 4 g I Ib. CupAUyfiuf a Two Hili..... St.(6.((6.s (6.
low net Elva winner Steadham Zee;Tolles.A second. : II I.. PERTUSSIN CHOCOLATES II COITAG CHEESE II ESKIMO PI :
At Our Regular low Prices c:::
Handicap Flag Tournament : At Our Regular low Prices At Our Regular low Paces "> c=o ,
ir' ftgI1f"! levyPr4ce!
was held on"Jan. 7. First r..r s tea\,\ EXPIRES' 220-63 8 t,; \ EXPIRES 2-2D-63 .0 \ EXPIRES Z-:-U' GAt EXPIRES 2-:0-63 low PrKd t ..... At Cm Regular; lour Prices \ M Qur f"PIRES-ZO.63i' 0 :.
low net I \\'as'Mary Brokas:; : 'i h r GOC" i F EXPIRES G .4. -
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YYY Y YYYY TTTTT1 are happy over the prospectof YYYYYTYYTYYYYTYYYYTY* Maxville Sunday. a.. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT T T V V'1 after a long illness. Born in .

KEYSTONE a new house on their same Dan Wainwright of New Arkansas, he had lived in .

Keystone Lake property. We LAWTEY\ York recently visited his par- CLAY HILLS HAMPTON Jacksonville for the past year AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE

HILITES hear that the LaMees have ents,Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright moving there from Hampton.Mr. 964-2600

bought the Shackleford's pres- for a few days. Mrs. Mrs. J. L. StricklandOur and Mrs. Menefee had I
By Blanchard
Bj Mrs. D. E. HID
. AAA. .u.,4. ent home, and will move it to Wainwright's sister, Mrs.- && A & A& e I I lived here near Mrs. H. B. i iI DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
(From Preceding Page) a lot near the school. The .a..A IJI Frank Rowe of Glen St. Mary, four days of rain last AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAlCouncil Wiggins for some time pre-
Shacklefords will then "start afternoon visi- : DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
CHURCH SCHEDULES was a Sunday week Hears AttorneyOn vious to their move to Jacksonville -
really worked on our
second. Doris Ottinger; third. from scatch" the early part of Grace Methodist: Church tor.Mrs. roads and on the land where Telephone Service Mrs. Wiggins is Mrs. Starke Fla.
Watson.On .
Aggie March. Clarence Dobbs and
School, 9:45: ajn. Menefee's sister. Survivors include -
Morning folks had to get off the road Further discussion of tele- I
Jan. 14, a Novelty Tour- Nice to see that S. E. Mc- Worship 11 her daughter and granddaughter his widow, Mrs. Eve I RENTAL SERVICES
ajn. Evening Service
for any reason. Yougan Pad- phone service in Hampton,
nament was held. IIi the 18 Kay Real Estate is makinghis 7:30 p. m. MYF each of Sanderson were visitingMr gett told us that Preston Pad- street repair and civil defense Runge Menefee and several Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches

hole group. Vesta Aiken had new office quarters so attractive Wednesday 8 .and Mrs. A. J. Dobbs Wednesday nieces and nephews. -
p.m. gett's wife came to visit them plans added up to most
first low net; Eileen Lee second both inside and out- The funeral held .
First Baptist: Sunday one day when they went to of the business at last Tues- was Mon-
low net. In the 9 hole side. A little paint and a little Mrs. Joyce Futch was in day in San Bernardino Calif.
10 a. m. Training Union take her home they thoughtthe day's meeting of Hamptoncity ,
group. Fay Mangel won low clearing of shrub- visiting Gas Genie :
unnecessary 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser- Brooker Sunday afternoon road was bad-but there council at the city hall. his former home. says
net; Mittie Hynes, second low bery makes a lot of difference.Mr. vice 7:30 Mrs. John Cone. Baptist Church News
p.m. Prayer Service was another rain while they At the council's request
McKay's office is the for- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wil- Junior ,
net.A each Wednesday, 7:30 GA's of Hampton THOSEr
pjn. were gone. Coming back they George Pierce, Starke attorney -
Best Ball Handicap Tour- ber Keystone Post office building PERSONALSMrs. kinson are visiting their son- Baptist Church are observing
hit bed of the road met with the council to
a clay on
nament was held Jan. 21, and which, in its former state, John Teston and Mrs. in-law and daughter, Mr. and discuss of renovat- Focus Week this week, with a
and Yougan said he never feasibility
the team of Mary Brokas and did very little to enhance one's Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and children series of WHO
Willie Mott of Jacksonville, programs planned. ,
fought harder with a car in ing telephone service. There
Louise low net.
Logsdon won first impression of our town. i in Jacksonville. Odessia
Melton Conk-
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox of Joyce
his life, but it took to the have been numerous requests
On Jan. 28, a One-Club- We are also glad to see Ha- Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise lin and Ann Hinsonare
Waldo Mrs. Buck Riddle of ditch in spite of all he coulddo. from citizens concerning access i KNOW
and-Putter Tournament was zel McKay [Mrs. S. E.] down Welaka, and Paul L. DinkinsJr. and sons, Mrs. John Brown, He and Susie got out and to Starke, toll-free com- Hampton YWA's who are i
held with Eva Hall winninglow town shopping and attending June and Janet visited Mr. and
of St. taking part in the activities
were started walking, or trying to plaints concerning the refusalof !
gross; Mary Brokas, low social functions again. She is weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Perry and Mitchell the here, and also in the New USEDid
present telephone
walk. Susie lost her slippersin com-
net. All winners received making a spectacular recov- Mrs. Paul L. Dinkins.. Brown in Jacksonville Sun- River Baptist Association ban-
the sticky and was a- pany to install a public pay
trophies. ery from her recent heart- Friends of Carl day afternoon.Miss goo quet and missj lstudy in you know thai 99 out of 100 hotel and restaurants In the
Mrs. Car-
bout to give up and say she phone. No definite action was
The Annual George Wash- surgery. Gwen Tanner and Bill United States for ? is their choke T
ter are pleased to learn that couldn't go any farther when taken by the council at lastweek's Starke. use gas cooking Why gas

ington Silver Trophy Tour- I Keystoners who have been she has returned from the Anders visited Bill's brother- Sammie Starling came along meeting. Rev. Paul Estes of Orange pets who are responsible for preparing good food know
nament, a mixed twoball around long time will be and
a in-law and sister Mr.
University Medical Center in and picked them up. The next It was reported that some Park was guest speaker at that gas brings out the goodness and appetizing appearanceof
Tournament will be held sorry to hear of the death of Mrs. Johnnie Jenkins, and
sun-\\ Gainesville.Mrs. and streets had been Hampton Baptist Church last foods and know it's faster cleaner
day Yougan got a tractor already repaired they more dependableand >
day Feb. 17, at 2:30 pm.The Mrs. Leda Barnes who pas- children in Jacksonville
club is planning a Pro- sed away Feb. 4, at her homein H. C. [Pete] Wain- Thursday.Mr. went and pulled the car out. with further work to Sunday and will be here for more economical. Isn't it logical that you should switchto

wright met her son Clyde in Eugene Austin and son, Les- continue after last week's both morning and evening Natural Gas rSTARKE
Lady Tournament combined I Erie Pa. She was the former : and Mrs. Clifton Smith
Lake City and they visited Mr. services this next Sunday
ter, were cutting some pulp- rains. Streets are to be cleanedof again -
with a Ladies Invitational Leda
Caughey, who, with in Jacksonville Thursday
Wainwright in the V.A. Hos- were wood Jim Strickland's land, debris. W. M.: Phillips told Feb. 17.
Tournament for some time in her sister, Elizabeth and her visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe ,
pital. He is improving and which is considered high in the council that last month'scivil I The "WMU will hold its
March.On .
father, E. P. Caughey, used Dyal and baby daughter. CITY HALL Phone 964-1301
expects to be home in the
these They got their defense meeting was I meeting
Monday Feb. 11, a Han- i to live in the house next toMcMurtry's William May, who is with parts. monthly program
next few days. Mrs. Wainwright's -! truck stalled, went and got postponed because of inclement Tuesday evening, Feb. 19. at
dicap countingodd i
on Keystone the Army stationed at Fort I
holes only, held. In Lake. parents who have the tractor, thought they could I I"snake" I weather, but is to be rescheduled 7:30 pjn. at the home of Mrs. --
was The
Caughey girls were Rucker, Ala. spent the week- 1
spent several weeks with the
the timber out and soon. According to Martin Moser.Personals .
the 18-hole group, Pansy I cousins of Mrs. Harold Law- end with his wife and her
family have returned to their then load it. But they got Clerk W. H. Maxwell, the financial -
Hawes was low net winner; the former Helen NOTICEDue
rence Og- home in Bartow.Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. L.
the tractor stalled and had to condition of the cityis
Mittie Haynes was lot net Mrs. Lester McCulloughdrove
i and his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Tom of Barns
den.Mrs. Bary
winner in the 9 hole group. Ray Chance has received and Mrs. Ed May.RA1FORD. work for some time to get it very sound compared to to Jacksonville last
Columbia S. C. spent the of the Decided they past months. All councilmen
JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB word that A. V. Law- out bog. Saturday to visit her father to increase in Postal Rates and
weekend with her mother, Mrs. _,_ ___ wait until of and city officers were present I
The Junior Woman's Club ton passed away in Ocala '--- rD had better some who has been ill.

will hold its regular meeting sometime in the middle of Selma atives. Eunice, and other rel this "high land" dries off for the meeting.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wads- other publishing costs, the following

tonight [Thursday] at the January. Burial was at St. some or they might go in so Thomas Clark worth and baby of Gaines-
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram W. can't get out. slight increase ;jn subscription rates
Clay Electric auditorium. i I I Simons Island Ga. Mr. Law- deep they I Feted at Shower ville were Sunday visitors with !

Quest Speaker will be Cot ton and his wife were former Bennett and children and --.-.-.-.-.-.- -,-- Water and mud? Just come Mrs. Tommy Clark, the for- Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wads- will be effective March 1, 1963
Henry J. Wolfs of the 13th neighbors of the Chances, and Mrs. Hattie Darley and Miss to Clay Hill if you need any. mer Pat Thomas, was guestof worth. Waldron Wadsworthhas

Special Forces Group [Air- occupied the Muhlhofer homeon Sinna Prescott visited Mr. and Miss Glenda Wallace of We have plenty to spare. honor at a bridal showerat returned to sea duty with

borne). Col. Wolfs was form- Lakeview Drive. Mrs. Richard Bennett Sundayin Jacksonville was the weekend We were able to attend Hampton town hall Thurs- the Merchant Marine. I In Starke Trade Area

erly with the OBJS., and with PANCAKE SUPPER Daytona Beach. Mrs. Ben- guest of her parents Mr and church again Sunday and en- day evening, Feb. 7.

the 82nd Airborne Div. His St. Anne's Episcopal Church nett has just returned froma Mrs. Elmer Wallace.Mr. joyed the services very much. Decorations for the party Rev. George Wisner of Val- 'I
paraiso, Ind. visited friends
subject will be on the evils of i will have a Pancake Supperon few days in the hospital. and Mrs. Morris Smith On our way home Sunday included archway of greenery here Friday, enroute home I One Year . 3.50

Communism, and he speaks Shrove Tuesday, Feb. 26, Other members of the family and children of Jacksonville night we chased a possum anda and white mums between the
from a speaking engagement
from first hand experience. from 5:30: to 7:30 pjn. in the living in Daytona Beach wentto spent this week with his rabbit out of our way so we gift table and refreshmenttable Six
South Months .
in Florida. 2.00
Everyone is invited, and it Masonic Hall. Adults, $1; see them. It was almost a mother, Mrs. Gertrude Smith. could come along the road in with potted plants set -

seems hardly necessary to say children, 50 cents. Benefit family reunion. Miss Violet Thornton, peace. Guess the woods are in front. Both tables were covered Two new frame homes have I

that this program will be of building fund.COMMUNITY. Miss Elizabeth Terry wentto daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer so wet the critters are look- in lace, and a large recently been completed on Outside Starke Trade Area

special interest to men. Gainesville Thursday to Thornton, has just returned ing for high groundand heart-shaped cake centeredthe Pine St. in Hampton in the

ADVANCE NOTICE CHURCH visit her sister, Mrs. C. E. home from Doctors that includes some two-legged refreshment table, between I southeast part of town, for

The Junior Woman's Club KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Strickland, and returned Sat- Hospital in Starke. critters we know. the punch bowl and Mr. and Mrs. Henry McClel-
lan and family and Mr. and One Year . 4.00
Hill Church was
will hold a card party at the urday. Rev. and Mrs. Joe Dowlingof The Clay smaller cakes, mints and nuts.
Dr. A. C. Holt Minister.Mrs. Both I i
Mrs. McClellan.
Saun- Dewey
Masonic Hall on Saturday Mrs. Betty Thrift of Mac- Bushnell, and Mr. and Mrs. lucky in getting James Bouquets of pastel flowers

evening, March 16.. Those interested George A. Canova, or- clenny has been visiting her Jeff Dowling of Miami were ders as pastor. His wife is the were set about the room. couples are former residentsof Six Months - 2.25 1

asked to make sanist and director.John Hud- musician. He can go and get Games played before Hampton, and have been
are up son-in-law and daughter, Rev. called home this week by the were
their own tables and bring son, Youth Director. and Mrs. L. T. Howe, and illness of their mother, Mrs. the folks who haven't any opening the gifts and prizes living in Starke until mov-
Sunday School 9:30: am. I In fact, he ing into their new houses here All subscribers renew at
their own cards. There will be children. Lou Dowling. way to get there. won b* Mrs. Mildred Dan- may
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. I i takes by our house two weeks ago. I
Pinochle Bridge, and Canasta. Jimmie seven kel, Mrs. Gladys Williams, and
Eunice of Atlanta Mrs. Myrtle Sapp, who is
There will also be prizes!I Youth Groups 7 p.m. Faye England and her child- Mrs. Lula Slade. Eighteenwere Sunday visitors here with old rate any time before
spent the weekend with his staying in Jacksonville, was
and refreshments. Make your FIRST BAPTIST renfor every service in the present for the party, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dennisonand
Mr. and Harold
parents Mrs.
home for the weekend.
plans now. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ. Eunice, and other relatives. church. It isn't every preacher's with Mrs. J. L. Slade, Mrs. C. family were Mr. and Mrs. March 1, regardless of expira-

Roy M. Brown of Portland, R. Smith Mrs. Robert Cason arrived wife who can play the piano W. Slade Mrs. Lester Slade, Roy Dennison of Gainesville.
pastor, Ralph !
Mrs. Joyce Futch was in home from .
Maine, recently spent ten days Copeland Minister of Music Sunday morning and every preacher can'tgo Joanne Slade, and Frances Mrs. C. J. Cooke of Coving- tion date.Bradford.
Gainesville Saturday visitingher
with Lt. Col. and Mrs. David Germany. Robert met her at and father up a good part Lott as hostesses. ton Va., who has been visit-
and church organist. sister, Mrs. C. E. Strick- :
in Jacksonville.Mr.
Nelson on his way to St. Petersburg i airport of his congregation.The Funeral Services :MondayFor ing here with her son-in-law
Services: Sunday School land, and Mrs. Elithe Collins. I
and Mrs. Warren Brotherhood and WMUof B. L. Menefee and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. .
his annual
9:45: a. m. Morning Miss
Worship, Collins formerly taughtin
Mr. and Mrs. Everett L. Bloodsworth had as Sunday the Highland Church have Bonnie Lee Menefee 67. Frank Wolfred and family, for County Telegraph
10:50 .
: a m. Training Union, the Lawtey Junior High
Bird of Philadelphia, Pa., were School.Mr. dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. changed their meeting time died at his home in Jackson- I several weeks, plans to return .
7:00: p. m. Evening services Tommy Jewitt, Mrs. Glenda from the second Thursday ville last week '
recent guests of the David on Wednesday home in the next few days. -
Nelson's. Mrs. Bird and Mrs. 8:08: p. m. You are invited to and Mrs. O. A. Anders Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Larry night in the month to the ,

Nelson were college chums. share family Prayer time with and Mrs. Hester Hicks visitedMr. Williams of Gainesville John- second Sunday afternoon at I

Don and Shackleford us. and Mrs. Dan Parish in nie Goodman and children, all 4 o'clock. This seems to be a
of Lake Butler Mrs. Mary Lou more appropriate time than ,

Brannen and children, Mrs. Thursday night. They reporta L AREA BUSINESS: DIRECTORY

Edenfield and Bill Resse, of larger gathering for Sunday ,

. . . . . . . . . Lake City. afternoon than they have been

"We're WARM "and COOL Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Thomp- having on Thursdays.The I

kins had as recent guests their Highland church has
son. Malcolm, of Orlando. also made plans to rebuild the I .

in winter in summerTWO While here they went to his picnic tables and build shelt- LINTELS WINDOW SILLS

eeee . . . .e . . . . cabin on Santa Fe River at ers over them. This will Automotive Electric B & G Motors Co. STEPPING STONES"If Johnson & Paris, Inc.

Wilson Springs. greatly improve the appear- It's Cement W. Cast It"

ance of the church grounds CADILL OLDSMOBILE Complete Line of
Mrs. Lonnie Dobbs of Gain- Service Cement
esville was called to Raifordby as well as be an advantage in F-85-HILLMAN SEEDSPLANTSFERTILIZERS-

the illness of her mother, case of rain. Repairs Our Specialty Sales and Service Precast Products

Mrs. Jim Conner.Grandmother Our deepest sympathy goes Starters Generators Ignition 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 2033 N. E. 27th Ave. Gainesville Insecticides-Pet Supplies

Dowling returned to the Roddys, our school tea- Regulators, Solenoids, PHONE 376-7515 PHONE 372-0953 "We Rent, Fertilizer Spreaders''

home Thursday from chers, hi the death of Mrs. Aramatures 224 N. W. 8th Ave.

Bradford County Hospital Roddy's mother. Also, we have Water & Fuel Pumps CONCRETE PRODUCTS PHOVE 372-0476 _

where she has been a patient.Joe just learned of the death of Exchange Service on Startersand Crane Motor Co. Gainesville, Fla.

Cason also returned from Mrs. Herbert Higdon's mother. Generators INSIST THAT ALL YOUR

the hospital last Friday. Herb was pastor of Long Wholesale Retail LARK ANGLIA- CONCRETE PRODUCTS LADIES WEAR

a Branch Church for a numberof 620 S. Main Gainesville ENGLISH FORD ARE THE BEST FROM
Mrs. Lula Mae Chase of
years and is now pastoringa MERCEDES 8E..VZVOL'O
Miami is visiting her grandmother PHONE 372-6990
church in Tampa.In Authorized Sales & Service Edwards Building
Mrs. Lou Dowling, Cherry'sGainesville's
spite of all the bad wea- I "Complete Service for AU
and the Joe Cason family. Supply Inc.
ther, hard rain, and mud, AUTO BRAKES Most Fashionable
Ray Smith of Jacksonville Makes"
at the
there were 60 present
726 S. Main 372-4844
visited his mother -
506 E. University Ave.
Highland Church for Sunday Hull's Brake Supply Gainesville, Fla.
Mrs. Gertrude Smith.
School, and more than 60 in 372-4313

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Witheyof the Clay Hill Church Sunday "BRAKE SPECIALISTS"For Gainesville Fla. ELECTRIC MOTORS

High Springs were Satur- School on Feb. 3. Others of 105 W. University, Gainesvflld

FP&L cue day night guests of her parents Electric Motor "N
100,000 us would have been present, Every Car or Truck VOLKSWAGENSalesServiceParts

fore tha n ul 3' and Mr. and Mrs. L. B. but it is a "fur pice to walk" Turning: Grinding: Relining MUSIC SUPPLIESNew
orb Co.OF
f ,. Repair
en'o wtnte r coin p ; Wade. even if the weather is good. While You Wait !

brie ai'r conditlontng Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reg- Last Sunday we had 67 in 1314 S. Main Gainesville Miller-Brown MotorsInc. GAINESVILLE, ISC. and UsedPIANOS

ister and children of Lake Sunday School and the Pri- 872-1197 COMPLETE ELECTRIC

City visited their parents and mary Class wan the banner MOTOR GUITARSDRU118S1IEE'r

grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. with a grade of 95. The Nur- PHONE 372-3532 SALES AND SERVICE MUSICBudget

Earl Dobbs, Sunday. sery was next with a grade of AUTO RADIATORS "Distributor of Terms
COMFORTS IN ONE 1030 E. University Ave. 1
Mrs. Mary Freeman had as 75. So many send the child-
Gainesville Lincoln Motors"PHONE
New Lillian's Music
Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. ren on to Sunday School, but

with ffame/ess electric yearroundairconditioning O. J. Green and son of Jack- do not get there themselves. 372-8318 "Gainesville Leader"
I Butler's Radiator 1030 S. Main Gainesville
sonville. Mrs. Freeman and Of course we know it is hard DODGE-DAItT- Since 1933

Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Jones accompanied to get up and get a bunch of Service DODGE TRUCKS FARM & INDUSTRIAL 112 S. E First Gainesville

Mr. and Mrs. children off to Sunday School Sales-Pa.rta-Sen1ce

Green to Hawthorne Sunday and get there ourselves. Any- Most Modern Cores In Stock USED CARS TOO Central Tractor Co. MOVER

afternoon to visit Mrs. Free- one who has raised just nine Repairs All Cars-Trucks FORD TRACTORS

man's son, John P. Freeman, children of their own knows National Trailer Rental Poole-Gable Motors Ford Fanning Implements

and family. While there they this! But we can get there I
519 S. W. 4th Ave. Gainesville Agricultural Industrial Gainesville
"Reverse-cyde" Electric Air-Conditioning will warm your home-In Jan visited Mrs. Freeman's daughter if we put forth enough effort.
PHONE S72- t96I 119 S. EL 1st. Ave. Gainesville Complete Service & Parts Dept.
uary as efficiently as it cools in July. ..and do it with one compact unit. Mrs. Charlie Thomas, Let's just try a little harder .I PHONE 872-4343 Good Used Equipment MayflowerLOCAL

and and see if we can't get there
Flameless year-round Electric Air-Conditioning is tried and proven. On I I 4488 N. W. 6th. Gainesville

chilly days it will provide the cleanest and most healthful kind of warmth.It Mr. and Mrs. James Green with the children. AUTO SALES &SERVICE I PHONE 376-M30 AND LONG

filters the air frees it from dust and and children visited their Kuyle Cannon. Harry Pad- DISTANCE MOVING
pollen and brings relief from allergies.
aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. gett, and Frances Coleman, I Automatic TransmissionsONE FLOOR COVERING Storage And Crating

Enjoy cozy warmth this winter and relaxing coolness next summer with Earl Dobbs Sunday evening. all of Maxville, called on the I LINCOLN MERCURY Gainesville Phone 378- %.U

year-round Electric Air-Conditioning thrifty bargain in total comfort. Ralph Taylor is seriously Strlcklands a few days ago. DAY SERVICEALL Central Florida Tile

ill in a Jacksonville hospital.We Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mat p>MET FIAT METCOB
See electric & Marble Co.
your appliance dealer or air conditioning contractor now."ikt MAKESREPAIRAND ROOFING
wish him a speedy recov thews and Mrs. W. E. Middle- Authorized Sales-Service- .
ery. ton of Starke were callers Parts

I Sunday afternoon Mr. Mat- Gator Automatic Lee's, Monarch, Loomweave, The Helzel Co.
) & .t Downs
o tft f1lmel 7 SEflY;'' 'H DAT thews getting some grape I Trained Mecbanlcs-Gaud
Boom Size Wan to Wan
...11'3 CHeAPER. TOOl ADVENTIST CHURCH vines we had promised him a i Used Cars Transmission ServiceINC. .. Installation- ROOFING
long time ago. Come again SHEET METAL

FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Sabbath School [Saturday] folks and maybe some of the Barkley Motors Armstrong Floor Coverings and Kentile AIR {CONDITIONING

964-1324. crochet threat and i No Job Too
IIELPJNIJ BUILD FLORIDA newspaperswill Large Or Too Small
9:30 a. m. Horning Worship. be cleared out of the way 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.) COMPLETE LINES OF 202 S. E. 4th St. GainefTffle

11 a. m. Located between Wilson next time.4- -: 615 N. :Main, Gainesville Gainesville PHONE 372-0372 I TILES MARBLE PHONE 3721491r

.. Road and Griffis Loop. -- 1540 Waldo Ed. G-ville 376-6406

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