Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01590
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 21, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01590
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\ ? .w.' Set Friday Meeting _From $400,000 $70.0,000Architects.

\ If -. Nd ,, Bradford, Alachua Forces Seek Questioned'On

.., #I, 0S k '"'" I Curb On Home Repair RacketsBradford

and Alachua forces the county commissioners Courthouse Costs i iI

HY.c seeking to curb home repair meeting room of the Alachua

k;.....' and construction rackets County courthouse.The I
1., flourishing in this area dur- Unofficial "guesstimates" of the cost of
'" t meeting will be held a new
j IJ Starke merchants have baked a Cherry ing the past year will join i by a subcommittee of the Leg- County Teachers 'courthouse for Bradford County ran from $400,000 to I II

Pie full of Washington Birthday Bargains forces in pre-legislature I islative Council's Committeeon I $700,000 as the County Commissioners interviewed

meeting at 10 a.m. Friday in Judiciary and Law Reform representatives of four architectural firms in special
r and you're invited to the .. ,
party for the of introducingnew session here
purpose Seek Higher Tuesday. Most agreed that it would cost
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Feb Morgan Road laws at the upcoming leg- at least $500,000 (exclusive of property) to construct !

i 21 22 23. islative session, designed to a building adequate for the county's needs.
crack down -
on unscrupulousfirms Pay MinimumMeeting The board was told by one!

a rR Project Given operating in the area. firm, Harry Burns & Associ- Burns firm, others representedat

Bradford County Represen- ates of Jacksonville, that the Tuesday meeting were:

/ See special Shopper tative A. J. Thomas Jr.. who last Friday after- there was a good possibility Kelly &:: Associates of Jacksonville

<< section for unbelievable ', .w' Top PriorityA has played a prominent partin noon in its regular legislative the county could qualify for ; Myrl Hanes & Associates -

4 the home repair investigation session the Bradford Education matching funds through a of Gainesville; and

w values! will attend the meeting Association passed Federal grant. that would finance Frank George [architect and
N 1 A 'G a resolution
Friday and will present evi- Arthur E. Hale [engineer] of
,. decision to combine the to ask its parent organization about half the cost of
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/ h, "Morgan Road" and the "PrI- dence of the gyp operationsby the Florida Education the new structure. The Government I Pal atka.

:Y:, mitive Baptist Church Road'1 which many Bradford Association, to seek a will also advance All of the firms quoted six
into one project and give ,it County residents are threat- higher minimum salary for money for planning. per cent of the cost of the

I ;Ir ,. .,. ti '' ,, number one priority on thecounty's ened with the loss of their teachers.A In addition to the Harry project as the standard fee for

list of secondary homes through mortgage fore committee to consist of their services. The Kelly firm

roads to be hardsurfacedwas closures.A the BEA delegates to the said this would include the '
representative of the Flor- cost of a fun-time supervisor
reached at a recessed March convention in Jackson- Firemen Fight
I'': i%::.Y+F r prd'r h:r.kA. ida Sheriff's Bureau has been the job while others said
r i1w' % on
,,..r 'g, w.CYigxn ; .iy.;; ; in the county at frequent intervals -
they provide
mission here last
Cf Thursday. up the resolution and to suggest
f Combining the two roads in recent weeks, con- minimum figure. A fig- Two Blazes supervision.
ducting quiet
a investigationof
I 1 into one project will providea ure of $5,380 which the FEA Plans for a new courthouse

I t" r w vmi 5 1-2 mile hard-surfaced home repair malpractices. claims is comparable to a which have been under con
1 Although no charges have yet

Police Arrests February 22 Is Cherry Pie DayBig Council Opens lee stretch[Heilbronn Road from Springs to Highway U.S. to 301 Brown-at 229A a been suspected made firms against, it any is expected of the was general Bradford discussed business at the graduate meeting., In One Day meeting sideration were revived earlier for at a several this Commission month.years,

that findings of the Sher- Hjgh School
Two Jax Boys Water ProjectEquipment point about two miles northof iffs Bureau investigation in Science Instructor Richard After dousing one blaze ear Most courthouse officies pro

i Juicy 8-Inch Fresh Cherry Pies Starke. On previous prior- Bradford and Alachua Coun- Jockel told the group that ly Sunday morning, February vide inadequate space at the
In Car Theft Bids ity lists this 5 1-2 mile grade 17, Starke's Fire present time, and in a sur-
J ties will -presented at the many people do not have any Department
Will be sale for 25c the had been considered made two the
on at following as two Friday meeting. idea of the starting salary of didn't get its hoses dry before vey years ago
Starke police arrested two separate projects, with Highway beginning it had board was "advised that it
Stores (February 22 only.) Starke's Council spent a teacher. A first to make anotherrun
16-year-old Jacksonville boys City 16 as the dividing line. year teacher now receives to a fire at Dick Thomas' would be impractical to reno
early Monday afternoon after more than an hour Tuesday Due to the bad condition of Couple Injuredfn vate and make additions to
$3,800 hike of Welding Shop East Brown-
Carp's Starke HardW'lreEagle's 21 sealed bids per year, a on
they had traveled to Starke night opening both parts of the road, the lee Street. the present building.The .
$200 over their salary of last
In a stolen 1962 Corvair, according on equipment for the proposed highcost of maintenance to Car Crash II Bradford courthouse
Western Auto Koch Drug Cause of the blaze at the
$89,000 water project to be ,
to Chief William F. the county, and the thickly i year.County ww originally constructed In
Slide Gas Co. Bullington'sGem started within the near fu Superintendent Har- welding shop has never been
Rosser. populated, area they serve the On Sharp CurveThe determined but 1902.{) A wing was added in
Jewelry Denmark'sMitchell's mon P. Morgan told the tea- it completely
The two boys drove the automobile ture.The Commission decided to com- destroyed 1936 as a WPA project and
Leila'sDahmer's chers that as far as he knows the tin building
to Yates' Drive-In bids were turned over bine and assign them top prli since that time is has under-
.Nasworthy, to the city's engineering firm. first serious automo- the merit pay plan will still which is part of the estate of
ority. :
just north of Starke before The Telegraph Stump'sBHS of i bile accident in Bradford be in effect next year. Under A. H. Green."Everything. gone little change.
Smith Hills
Reynolds and
they ran out of gasoline and I The church house segment
Jacksonville for evaluation.The County in several weeks occurred the plan teachers who score in the buildingwas
had to abandon'the vehicle. already had top priority on
firm find- Sunday afternoon, Feb. 600 on the National TeachersExamination on fire when we got
report its
They were reported to Starke Plays Thursday the county's secondary list Roof Ripped
17, when a Minnesota couple and who are there;' said Fire Chief R. C."Red" .
police at approximately- .. ing to the council at a luncheon but the,Morgan roaoV.up until '
turned. their "while Evaluated by their principal Buford. fhVwasso ;
car over i The
p'',m. Monday by the driver ofa meeting this Friday. Further last week, had a low priority From Market
Class A Cage TourneySet bids on installation of negotiating a dangerous curve to be among the top 30 per hot it scorched a concrete
beer truck who became sus- spite of its being a constant
onEdward's southwestof cent of the teachers in. theircounty
will be received Loop block apartment house directly -
the equipment -
picious when he saw them source of trouble.
leave the Police arrestedthe on March 15 and opened Second priority Starke. will get a salary sup- in back of the welding shop, By Gale Winds
car. was assigned
pahat Seeber Goodman'sBincair Here Next Week March 19, engineers said. to a .9 mile stretch starting The xwo mile stretch of cur- plement of $400. A 600 score breaking the windows and set- I
vy highway is being on the NTE is 100 points above ting the kitchen curtains In
narrow now of wind,
force gust
Service Station on I The new project is supposed at U. S. 301 near the A gale-

North Temple Avenue. The Class A, Group n, Dis- The Tornadoes placed fourthin to ultimately remove the south city limits and running used as a detour for a the exam.the national A teacher norm must on, one apartment afire. I! during turbulent weather here
washed out stretch of SR,100
Both boys, according to Ros-r trict Basketball Tournamentwill the Keystone Conference sediment and bad taste from south through Lincoln City; under the new law passed by The fire was reported by an Tuesday lifted a 55-foot wide
just west of Starke. According
ser, were turned over to the be played in the Bradford lournament, played in Live the city's water. It will be financed and a road starting at the intersection !. to Florida Highway Pa-- the Florida Legislature in unknown resident who had section of metal roof on the

county and charged with High School gym next Thurs- Oak last week, behind P. K. through a loan with of SR 100 and 100A, trol Trooper L. N. Fowler, the 1960, score 500 on the NTE in seen the blaze, but firemenwere of Lawson's Grocery &
too late to keep the old rear
Bank Starke
grand of automobile. and Saturday Yonge, Santa Fe. and Mac- the Florida at just south of the city limits
larceny an day, Friday, order to be certified to teach.
couple, Mr. and Mrs. Fred M.
with extension of the city's building from being totally Market and rolled it back fora
an and
running westerly to intersect -
They will be transferredto February 28 and March 1 and clenny.
note which has not LeBarron of Rochester Minn Morgan told the Bradford demolished. Two men work feet.
present i the Lincoln road. distance of about 25
Jacksonville where the offense 2, according to Athletic Director The district tourney will
were unfamiliar with the tric- that the 1961 legisla
group in the removed two
ing shop
yet been retired.In Total distance is about two said the "little twis
occurred. admitted David Hurse who is acting
begin at 2:30 next Thursday -
: ky road and probably went ture was the most hostile he trucks and a portable welder
being in trouble before, as tourney manager. I when Jacksonville Bolles other action at the rather miles. : ter" whatever it was struck
into the curve at a rate of had ever witnessed toward ed i from the building and saved or
one for stealing a car. Ten teams will take part In go against. Jacksonville Bish- dry meeting Fire Chief R. Third priority was assignedto speed too great to be safe. ucation them from the fire. A car the about 3:30 p.m. and soundedlike
the tournament but the first Kenny. At 4 Live Oak C. "Red" Buford announcedthat a road starting at U8.301,
Officer Clarence Hutchinson op p.m. the backof
just south of Mrs. LeBarron was drivingat two men were working on a train hitting
will Green Cove Springs, Starke's new fire and Lawtey running
two here Play
will be.
and Assistant Chief Ken- games played Civll Defense Warning Siren east by the Anderson Junto I an estimated 55 miles per Safety OfficerSpeaks I and many tools and some the market. Minor damage
the winnerof
at Starke meets
next Monday night, February .
neth Fuqua apprehended the 25, to cut the bracket downto the Lake City-St. Augus- has been received and will be High School, and northeast hour when her 1960 Ford : To RotarySgt. welding equipment were de- wan also done to the roof ofa
went into a sidewaysskid troyed, however. There was
pair so quickly that Jacksonville eight teams. First games tine clash, and at 8:30: Perry installed shortly. The sirens to intersect SR 225 [Lawtey shed at Starke Builders Sup-
for SOO round- the
feet while no insurance on buildingor
police had not sent plays the Palatka-Fernandina for Lawtey, Hampton, and to Kingsley Lake Highway], a across the street from
even will find defending champion ing the curve, then turned Floyd Crawford of Lake equipment. ply,
distance of about two miles.It
out a report on the stolen car Lake City meeting St., Augus- Beach victor. Brooker arrived. almost is expected that these completely over and came to' City, safety officer with the Plans are to tear down the Lawson's.The .
tine at 7 p.m. next Monday Semi-final games on Friday weeks ago.Council in Florida Highway Patrol, spokeat rolled-up section of
when they were notified that I three top priority roads, totaling rest on its wheels facing remains of the old building
while Palatka takes on Fer-. |March 1, will find the Live also agreed to find the direction from which it the Rotary Club Wednes- roof at Lawson's had to be removed
the boys had been arrested. about 9 1-2 miles of and Thomas is seeking a new
nandina Beach at 8:30.: Oak-Green Cove winner op the Starke Hi-Y Club a site had come. day, outlining some of the and was replaced with
pavement, can be hardsurfas site for his welding shop.
the Stari Lake City- on which there is sufficient of highway roofing at a cost of
Starke's Tornadoes will see posing 70 ed with funds exceeding $300- Her husband, 29, suffered Firemen also rushed to the
Troop at 7 water to wash cars each Saturday around .
their first action in the tourney St. Augustine wi.mer p. accidents.In $500.Interest
000 to be available to the only slight injuries from bruises home of Dick Smith of Pratt
I Camps Out at 7 pjn. Thursday night m. Second of t:-t two Friday first place Sgt. Crawford I
county for secondary road and scratches, but Mrs. Le- Street at 1:50: ajn. Sunday
when they meet the winner of games is set fo: 8:30; p. m Councilman J. D. Doyle building in 1963-64. Preliminary Barron was examined at the listed "following too close" behind morning to put out a fire in I
In O'Leno Park
contest between when the Perry-Palatka-Fer- told the council that elec- KeenIn
Monday's engineering work on these Bradford County Hospital and another vehicle; second, the roof of that home. the
Lake City and St. Augustine. Continued on Page 4] trical lines running to un- three projects is expected to sent directly to the University : cause of which is also un-
Twenty-eight members of excessive speed; and third in-
street Vote
derground lights start in the near future. of Florida Medical Centerin known, according to Chief Bu Co-Op
Boy Scout 70, three He said there were
Troop kY soon have to be replaced
I At a special meeting of the Gainesville for plastic surgery ford. There was no one home "in
members of Explorer Post 70. ., -, where they have been shortedout deaths in accidents on f1//
Commission here Tuesiay I on her face, accordingto 1,335 when the blaze destroyed the Keen interest is being shownin

1 and Scoutmaster David Mont- ; forcing the street into morning, delegations from Trooper Fowler. Florida highways in 1962, and j entire front part of the house I the District 2 meeting of .?-

gomery enjoyed camping out darkness in places. Doyle saidit to both the Morgan road and The trooper said the speed 34,000 injuries. It was the burning off the roof of the Clay Electric cooperative at
might be just as cheap I
last Friday .night at Camp ,- five the church house road reported limit on Edward's Loop is 65 worst year since the 1940's, L-shaped dwelling. The fire the Melrose school at 7:30: p.
purchase new mercury
c : that they had secured miles per hour in the day but looked as if it had started in m. tonight [Thursday when
O'Leno State Park near High 1'Y vapor lamps and run currentto for don- wouldbe the speaker said. the middle of the front porch, Drakeof
vy pledges right-of-way hat ,35 miles per hour Incumbent director T L.
Springs. ;.,+,w'tY. them from on top of the Sgt. Crawford was introduced .
Chief Buford said. to
{ ations trom virtually all pn)- > a maximum safe speed for Florahome is expected
Scouting skills were emphasized h ; ? .,. ground instead of attemptingto eny owners along the two the sharp curve about a mile by George Kopelousos who No figures of damages were have opposition from five or
;y repair lines for the 40yearold -
on the trip! such as ,vi.rrK nA.-r I lights. Council took the routes. They felt sure the remaining south of S.R. 100. had charge of the program. available on either fire. six other candidates.In .

sleeping warm on the ground. matter under'advisement and right-of-way wo two other district meet
I be pledged as soon as dl x. incumbent
earlier this week
in cold weather, fire bullding, no decision about the lamps ings
I could be contacted.In ti directors were nominated
cooking, tracking, and hiking. was reached.
the new listing, fourth without opposition.
Council ,agreed to invite priority was assigned by the
6'Y Brandon of District
1 of various insurance Claude
representatives !
W : Commission to the SpeedvJle t: .
i } r p 4 [Alachua County was un
companies to appear road about two miles con- ., i

MARCH OF DIMES R ,r at. the next meeting, March necting 21A just south of Silver y. .t s t 1 a w: ,- opposed at a meeting held

i S, to bid on city policies Lake, with SR 21 about c tz Monday night at Forest Grove

VICTORYDANCE +. ,. a K which expire in April The half way between Keystone _1 near Alachua.

,,, board stressed the need for a Heights and Melrose. _P Drew Dukes of District 4

: retrospective clausen\ the Fifth place was given to the + [Union and Baker Counties]

t Bradford County Fair a. "sea city's insurance set-up. Bethel Church road about was likewise unopposed at a

BuildingSat. l? t ;:. one mile, connecting 100A F : meeting Tuesday night at

C<" \' Heart Fund [Griffis Loop road] with SR -.

., Feb.,, 23 230 [New Blending Road]. I! F ?. Worthington Springs.
9:00 Till 1:00: vt r?9 Bowling TourneySet At its meeting Tuesday ,. Co-op by-laws provide that

March 1,2 morning the Commission!' crag Y g k iK where there la a district con

Music By decided on three primary read test, the two candidates having
THE CAVALIERS t A Heart Fund Bowling projects it Will request at the a .y s r;
highest vote at the
'' Tournament will .be held at annual budget meeting of the t.l ,.
$3.50 Per, Couple" I Lawtey Recreation ProgramThe Starke Lane March 2-3.: State Road Department in district meeing will appear on

Benefit March of Dimes Singles and doubles for Lake City on March 5. These .the ballot at the annual meet. I

Law tey Recreation Center (former strawberry wharf) women will: be' held March 2, wexe:. Ing at Keystone Heights in

b the scene of weekly festivities :sponsored by .the Lawtey and singles and. doubles for Re-working and resurfacing March.

Recreation Board. Pictured above is the center and a groupof men on March 3. Sanctioned of the>H lane of u.s. 301north I Winners Of Sweetheart Golf Tourneythan I

This Space Contributed young people enjoying one of the regular dances each Fri- I! league bowlers will participate.The from Starke to the Clay I
County fine.Widening. Pictured above are the I and George Miller Jack Chap- have ever golfed in one Quarterback
10:300'clock. fee will be
day night from 7:50 to entrance $2
Weekly f to Publicize Recent improvements at the center include re-wiring and for singles and doubles, and of Highway 16 winners of the Sweetheart man and Lon Copeland Bob day at the club entered the To Meet ThursdayThe

Community Events by ceiling the enclosed portion and it Is hoped to add kitchen 75 cents of this amount will through Starke and resurfacing Tournament held Sunday and Lois Mclntire, and Jean tournament, according to Pro

The Community and rest room facilities at the rear' of the platform in the go to the Heart Fund. Awardsto to the Clay County line. February 17, at the Starke and Bill Strength Not shown Homer Woods. A buffet sup- regular meeting of the
Reworking and resurfacingR Golf and Country Club and Quarterback Club will be held
winners in both categories are Harry Gruen and Gerald followed the tournament
future. per
221 [old Hampton cutoff sponsored by the Ladies Golf at 7:30 pjn. Thursday, Feb.
I, State Bank This Saturday bight a special dance will be sponsored for!l will be donated by local mer- ] from U.S. 301:to Haoptoo. Association. Williams. and proceeds were to be used 21. AH members >are urged to I Ii.

adults only for the benefit of the Beart Fprad. i chants. From left to right: Margaret Sisty-sis persons, em to Xumlsli the new clubhOQCI : '. attend ...
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Mrs. Geofge Flynn Jr Is in Perry Newsome returned .. One (1) Kenmore Sewing ..Ma One (1) 6 Roller flat work Oil Storage Tank..
t Tampa ViSiting her mother, home Saturday after under Supt. Morgan chine Ser. No. 517235. Model Ironer. One (1) Curtis Air Compressor -
WHATfWHEN; 117-9 9. 5 One (1) Unipress I and Motor, Size 4U 2
Mrs. R. S. McAteer, who is recovering Topper x
going in the University
eye surgery Is One (1) Singer Sewing Machine Type M, 5cr No. E4963S9 Model. 1-8 :x: 3 12 Ser. Xo. 9565-38-39.::
I from surgery. Medical Center. Mrs. AND WHERE' Speaker Ser. Xo. AE96S775: iiodul 1019-8. ."- Motors: Ai'% Chalmer, :2 H. P.
Local admittances to Brad- Newsome was admitted to the 3115.1 "One (I) Unipresa Topper, S phase, r. No. 1228SK-J264- S
II 'One (1)) gee-Safe Bagging<< Type M. Ser. No. E 496887
I 1i ford.County Hospital this week Alacnua General- BnspitaJ. qn :':0 _.,.. S At. P7' Meet, : machine, Model C.! Ser. Xo. Model 1019A. 1972.Also other miscellaneous
GLADT8! MOOTT... PROIa: N4-N51 included:' Henry Allen; Graham Sunday as a medical Pttl nl Feb. 2L&arkebqden. i 5614.One One Unipress Legging Machine I items' not ;listed above. S
.f; <1) Excelsior!' offset As the property of the above
. i! I' '4 : I pressing Type GL. Ser. 4S9074, I
: Mil. dartMfth
Cfews; Esther Starling, ISlen Mr and i. C1uh.meet, i County Superintendent .of machine, Ser. Xo. '802. Model 531A. S I named defendant and that oa
...4 t1,4 'r. .* 1'Z'a'> '. Leach Robert Ravfleson, trine \-\isiUng.tt d. Mrs, j at home .&ftJo.1rs, Charlie Cow-I Schools Model 300M. One (1) Unipress Topper, !! the 18 dar' of. March, 196S. at
Harmon. P. Morgan
,j One (fl Dn'setIr Vacuum, I Type :M, Ser. Xo E496450, Model twelve cjR'' noon, on said day,
I Mr. ancf Mrs. J. D. D6y16were 'llr: nd Mrs. C.S. Haddock Brooks\. Mrs. JewefT.. Roberts#.,; BrncelM theW$ 1d. fkiiyM en. 1& 0'pinBeti' / tol(&.the Bradford'lHigh' SchoolrAiedamn1ght Ser. Xo. ilI0463.odel'6-B. I 01 S-A. at the Soutft door of t.he Starke

I'l visiting in Perry on Sunr and family. wer& visiting relatives Ltn'dj* B. Gainey, Zia. Green 0 g&iIll&i }lhda ,:t'J : SIma Phi .' rorli1.I : i.h t4r- One (1) Singer Sewing Ma One (1) Unipress Topper.Typ Dry Cleaners& Laundry. located
chin!'. Ser. Xo. M at Rut Call Strf. t. Starke,
AJ716?6"7.' Ser. Xo. EU639 Model
day. in Dallas and Sham- Hazel Louise Casey. Mrs. Flor. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper I meets at home of Mrs.' Connie ents themselves are going to One (1) Excelsior Puff iron 1019-A. I Florida. I will offer for salt

t Mrs. C. W. Brandon Sr. of rock Texas during the past ence. Warren, and Frank .B. visited Mr. and llrs. Marvin' pJajfc on Hampton Lake 8 p. have to become interested if .unit, Ser. Xo. 2742. Model 200 One (l> Unipress legger.5cr. { and t'1'1l! to the highest bidder
I .)IF.I. Xo. L5 %0331. Model C515- I for oash, in hand the abodl'Q'ibf.d ,\) \
Gainesville -
Quincy, and Mr. and Mrs. Reeves. Stewart in lafctThursdaj.
week and attended the golden m. our children are to have an I.One (1) Excelsior Puff iron A. property of said de-

.1'I, Stanley Majtin.of, Tallahassee wedding anniversary of an A2sc, William E. JlS9ll. ;Jr., adequate-sugpjy .of. textbooks." unit' Ser. Xo. 2780. Model 200AS. One (1) Unipress topp>,r. ,. fendajiT' to satisf said' writ o(

.. spent the weekend with i nnpp and .qunf; Mk and Mx statione&i. .Majmatrom.. AFB, .- M1sY1r1n1a Erwm, o.LtM i CVF Social- : .The preseotlextbookshoiU.age : >One-il61(1)o. Model Adlusta-form P-l. Ser. Model Type 31 121Ont :. Ser.-,-\. Xo. E 5611S09. i:f',: .km'.t...:. P. T>. Reddish.

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Blood- H. B. Hill. Sr. Great Falls, Mont., son of Mr. -. hattahoochee School of Nursing :-I resulted from the fact One (I's Butler Pr" ;sin">!r Ma- > (1> Untpress Touper) #; : i SiMHriff.;' Bradford CountyBy ,

) worth. Mrs. J. A. Griffin has been I and Mrs. W; EJ._'Lawswt, SrJ;'ifStarke spent the weekend withher Parsonage I ,that the 1960 State rhine Touner, Ser. XI). 5704( T. pe M. ?er. Xo. E 5611810. ; Jean Wainwrlsht II. .D.S. \
I Mo-IM P-l!8. Model ]*. !l-A. :2,24! 41 3Ur
; Mrs. Edward Burns and in West Palm Beach with her, waa participating. & parents, Mr. and Mrs. .* -f j lure failed to grant r.egisla-I One /U RhItI4'PrAcsip Mat'hpp i One <1) Unipross Learner.Type ,

Mrs. W. B. Scoggins attended brother, Boyd Coker. who underwent judo tournament at the Larson Bryan Erwin.. Rerand: Mrs. Bob Badgettof 4 I I perintendent Tom Bailey's re- i Tonner. f'r.0.' Si. )ln. :::. (iT.. :;"r. Xo. L561S7S2j;) ( >oriTK J OF SALRXOTJCK ,
= the staff meeting of the Santa' AFB. near Spokane, Wash.I Mr. and MIs: Hu ies Ref. ; the First Chrlit1 n. hJrch! Mndel P-1R. M"4f1 fr.i5-\. IS HfinUBY GIVEN
surgery. ; for for books, T'ii O
quest $9,000,000 one (n i- Preo"ng > ''- -A (n Unipr 1" Press TeSer.
I, Fe Regional Library on Wed: Those attending the Rotary from :"Feb/'ll to Feb 15. Air ster-- and son of Altamonte-entertained; the CYF ,aiso but instead cut it back. to 5t'hjn. *".."nKJnt.>n,. Ser. Xo.On rr.. XI). L 439065. Model COne crft that of pursuant Foreclostore to a entered Final De-in \

ne ynd tMr. -. :-- .- luntheon: 'at the George Wash ntan-and.1rs. Larson will return prlngs spent Sunday afterhoon .cial Sunday evening] at the, i f;6.000,000, Morgan said. Th .. ;ijn"u."lId..1.:" M) p...'r PJII.n)'troit'S 55cales.. ;;1\ (1) rniPtf'S 1_,.f'r eue number 12-9T3; in the Circuit .
Roberts to Starke in November with Mi'J. C. H. Rgter. '.. ...... Court of Bradford County,
Mrs. parsonage S-tI
ington Hotel in Jacksonvillelast enjoyed i. .negative attitude of. that legIslature : On'. '1' ........"...... .....-,..,..... Unit SaA.O'f.. Ser. Xo. :5551008 Model.. IjvMa.t IHI sell the propertyttuat
)I of Lake Butler and Duggar Thursday were Col. and after four years in service. 1 I' Tha, young: peopl { must hve resulted Sf'r. N. ,';"". It) Unipresa Collar and d in Bradford County ,

Jones of Sampson City were Mrs. J. A. Griffin Mr. and Mr. and. Mrs. Richard Gatesof : Mrs. Edna; Hutchinson -nas game), and viewed slides' .of rom a lack of Confidence 0,:._ it' 11'1-1 '1'."" ,,,,,,... couff Machine. Ser. Xo. L4S9443. Florida. described as: I
V.B gta in the XE corner
I Sunday visitors of.. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy; M!.. .Carmfr! Ill. :were-r" ; viSiting returned from ten days' visitwittTher the: CYP.1S.4,a tivit1edurinthet,1 \ A'r "*w-" j the public education: :,,nexson-. Ser.ftt'n N.Qs'I0.I \ .,.... .,- ",..- .--r' IC1'1..1 One 1 (1)('('Y'-Unipress R. yoke mahin -:t*?'"anpoint of beginning

Mrs. Wesley Andrews. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman, Bu- Mrs. W. E. Lawson Sr. last dalughter:''MTst Frt. parthours. I! hel today, Morgan: ,tqld! the 1i'1'tfOr. C''0, !f'AnA CO,_ ,..... 6- <- .>. Type M Ser. Xo. E a and thence : go 1OO feet
South thence
to a point
Mrs. Tom Harrison.of How ford Mitchell MurxayTill- Wednesday. Kiger in Atfierig, A1K "The twentrguesteattendingincluded .j 1 group. For thai reason, he RSO.Xo. .. i I ;ri 5iio7. Model 1 195YF. S UO> feet West to a! point go
"- T- 0---- ; .
ie-ln-thfi roils is spending the frMr. and Mrs: SidShufordand i : 'Mr; and Mrs. Dan On" 11 \ ; One ((1> Unipress Shirt presa.Ser. th> 109 fee.t North 'to I
and those ncc
Amorig attending
Charles Sawyer .
h man. '" II said, if the. ; parents.,want an "' -aslt.- 'a---1 ". P.d.I"r.. ; Xo. L 3517584. Model. 37KS-.
t this; Aveek'\with* her daughter, Joe, Marshall:; The principal} MethodistWSCS retreat in ?: children"vlsited'the Jack- .Hartey,7.sponsorsMoodyRichards. :: .. adequate number of textbooks, : !.21\! E. &East l>oifit to. the thence point go of 100(beginning feet.

Mrs. W M.'Bmith.' and family speaker was Nitish vUaharry1of : Meirbse4Wednesdayywetfe' Mis.H. sonViUe' o 6n "Sunday: j I Ij I they will 6ave.. 'to get them by I fcfr On* SO"(' ri. ) Dutlcr Extractor, One One (1)(1) Unipress Bishop lay Shirt back pres collar -, the above being a partof ,

l 0 JrKHaV,. president of Inter H. Adams, Mrs: Eugene TUtbrfChace' Tdaughter, themselves Ono, (p J Butler I'>rvTTasher. ,ClfOalN'r former. r.0." .US:"". refolded HkK'k 52 in Book East 72 La\\"te1., Page
% O.L. Bcasley. and Mrs. : 'F st-er Slit pewre", ol'"JacksonvUle :were .1 .1 Ser. No. 6K 480101 One (1) Chandler Button Sewing as
'Mrs. : national Rotary Williams, Mrs. Morgan, also pointed out to Model 450. Riae 30x48. Machine. Class 461. 8er. No. 79! public Records Bradford
: Sat
J! W: Kiucaid spent the past Edward. Hall secretary Smith, Mrs: C. D.: Williams t visiting' Mrs. Etta: Hoovei11 on Mr. and Mrs. Chester E. the group that. Gov. Bryant's Ono-MD" Rftwser' Still; Cap. 80, 3354.- County, : .

week with Mr.- and Mrs C. of United Federation of 'Postal and Mrs. J. R.Brabham., Simday. '.4 i Moody .of Keystona Heights committee' on quality educa- :SrV Xo. 5675!. line> ((1) Pedestal electric fan. !' and public best bidder sale. to for the cash highest at ibis
Heubsch' Tumbler
> 1066.
One (1 Ser. Xo. D
c: Hoppe in Tampa and at- Clerks Local No. 2782. 'at :: Mr. and Mrs. T. FV Wrightand 'MfsTEwell Lawson and 'son. announce the. engagement. and tion ;did :. 1ot have one mem- Set' Xft !9fQ1.; < Size I :50s30.! One (1)) ?::6'*"'Cool' Air AUU main entrance of th* Bradford Sta.rke,

Unded"the State .Fair- and tached. the Starke post office son. Glen, of 'Gainesville :Jimmy; attended the funeralof approaching marriage: of their.' ber .from. Jhe field of educa- One (1) Cissell i Spotting Board. Pan and Motor. County.Florida Courthouse dyvins the .!legal in l bouts

Gasparilla. attended the two-day were Sunday visitors of'Mrs. & 'slst i'-in-laW'?; MraTJilj daughter Lynda,"", \Gair1e. Jta ton.-\.Morgan, urged all par Model> A.On (1). Glover Trouser Form, and One Motor.(1)6' Cool Air Atlh- Fan ..t cab l.> ..n th4 4tlt.*daY of..s Mar..K.A. .

I Mrs. W. B. Seweli has returned labor institute' in Tampa, Walla. Lipsey, and Mr.: and' i :Woods in savannah, Ga: On; Robert James Richard, on. ents to find out the conditions ;er.Zo.. 6103. Model 1 F. One (1) Platform scale Make. ..p.: 1963.Charles A. Darby.

t from a five weeks visit Feb. 16-17. This conference Mrs, Foster; Shi Smith. Monday. Sunday, Mach 3.,, at 3-; pan in" their child's school Twin OneI! Ren( ) sorter Bishop Ser.Reversible Xo. L- Triner One (1)Cap. 100 National) ibs. EWtrii-. Clerk Circuit Court

i t with her son-in-law and pertained to collective bargaining Local patients-r Doctor's. Mii and Mrs; F. A. 'Went- ,in the CommunityCh'urphj, ; and ask questions themselves. 2502. Model B-26. Adding Machine, !.:'er.0.' S. 31KX- By: Janet Deputy N.; Carter Cltrk

dang hter Mr. and-Mrs. W. Jeff I and grievance handling Hospital are. Lex Green n, G. A. }jing' or Palmyra, Pa..,.'were' Keystone Heights.Darby President. Margie Dowling !Ser.': One No.(1)17241 Heubsch, Size. 30x30.Tumbler, 584659.One (1) Petecto: fcalel': Ser. (COURT SEAL)

I Powell and. new baby son in covered under' Executive Gay, W. W. HoUingsworth, visiting' their daughter Mrs. presided at the meeting and I One (1) rteubsch Tumbler Xo. 3410. RAKKET &' STELOilEAXXlSBy

t Denver, Colo. Order 10988 as signed by Shirley. ",Johnson. .,,Vernon- For-. Fred. Graudon;, and 10 family"jast"weet Circle Meets James .Bioodworth. and Albert Ser One: No.((1)Unknown.American Tumbler galvanized One (1) tank.Water Softner and : Lynch Georg:"lluildng'Jac'klOn"iUe A. StelortannJSOI 1 I

Mrs. W; L. Hamilton rleft President Kennedy. syth, and Mrs. China, Fa.uikher. ) while enroute to .i. -.- .v I i Lee Crqsby Jr. .explained :the Ser. No. 284 ).[!18iO .CM .Size. One (1) Brine tank. 2. 4Flortda

J Tuesday; to visit her son and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews So'uth''F1orida.... .. 'IdaDarby Circle of the school evaluation program, of. 3t. One x38., (1) Huebsch' Twin Tumb-'' One (U) Large Bunker C Fuel Attorneys for Plaintiff

family. Rev. and Mrs. D. Jack and daughter- Betsy, spent "Mr. and Mrs. Bill Strength First Baptist. WoW.1 met ,!at I the. PT'CoUntr. Coun.. l1., ler-'Laundry. I .

I I i Hamilton in Pembroke Va. Sunday in Orlando with Dr. and daughter. Kim. of. Jacksonville Wobdb m Wins f Q, jp Tuesday: !aj' the The BHS-;. PTA presentedMiss One Huebsch" r Twin Tumbler'

after two months- visit with and Mrs, H. B. McLendon and were Sunday guestsof Paul Laundry. MOTORS
For Own Team home? Rf.Mrs.; RaynoniM Reba Starnes... BHS. librarian One (1) Prosperity Laundry \ TERILLEGAR :
Mr;.and Mrs. Sherrod. Hamil Mrs. E. S. Matthews, who w-as 'Mi1. and Mrs. W. C. Powell. 5V l 'O,,i Powell cortduc ed; a check, Jor, $150 for Extractor. Ser.' Xo. L8!dll' 1,

g ton.Mr. observing her birthday 'anniversary. Mr., I,1d''Mrs', polphjRedr' I In' C m. LeagueNolan :jje'.dievotibnai J and .presentedhe j S3 books she has'''ordered. for Model S One GA-30.(1) A. A. Washer Machine *"

t and Mrs. Jack Hines dish L' and family. spent,,' 'the tt Pjqgranr Q.I11i t1i$ lU l the. school library. Ser. No. 6574' Model 4x 1 k *
and daughters spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. George Powell]: weekend with 'Mr: and Mrs. ')'Wo dbTh'sponsOroV tfrhm ;-) ,
I t. j, ]} were : Mrs. Charles Hirdy, Miss One (1) Western Extractor'r.aundn'
,/ ", lU1. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. of Newton, N. C. are spendingtwo :$: W: Carpenter on Santa. :Fe the Gem Jewelry bowlers,' scv.yit,12e .1Qst. 1 Icoci1a Delia Rosenberg. und Mrs. Ser. Xo. 6A30560.:: Model '-
I. I I Woodall in Tarpon Springs-. weeks with Mrs. J. H. Lake personally showed' his team 300. S S 1961 Falcon. Fordor
'. Harry Hatcher Jr.'el'e nam- One (1) Glover Spotting
\. I Mrs Sarali Hupter and son. Fields. : Mrs. George Reddish, and how 'lo win by"'le ing'tti m' : ; .Heads I I ed' to the nomina ing com. Board, Ser. Xo. 7308 Model MA .
g I!, 'theron. and "Michael Devjrick Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vand- Mrs., P. D. Reddish visited. to-a V point"sweep at the eipense"or ,mittee. .. X. S
-" 1 Automatic Fordomatic Radio Heater ,
1 It spent the weekend with Mrs erlip of Decatur, Ga. are visit ,Mrs: Willard. ,Williams and I Draw Tile '" in .IKS- MBn's/Cage .Loop 1 S Laundry One (1)Washer.Milnor S r. Xo. W6- ,

/, W. Reed in Tampa. and ing :Mr. and Mrs. Harry 'Mooty.. Lloyd Green in St/Vtacent's Men'; Commercial Lagithfs rlO4vRecordrtI. .:%oTIcJ: OF INTENTION. TO I 351259: Model!\\'!5. DeLuxe 'Trim One OwnerS
With Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Clardy \its. Titus Olson attended the Hospital Monday e-v ning. :we'ek. outingS One (1) Miluor ,
I t : in l pfevious ? Is" hereby .gIn' that 'Laundry Washer. :Ser. Xo. W1235527 -
I and Mrs. Dewl Barber and Vacation Church School conference 'Mrs. 'Mae Jones of Jackjsonville1 th'e Jewelers 'hkof never*scoed'better r- i tax. \u td lea.d undersigned, under the pror : Model 4\V 25. CLEAN
i- "
Coca-Cola *
\ family In .Z phryhi11s.I I at the Methodist Youth : was vfsiting'rMrs. W. : f: visions of Chapter. 20,953. Law One (1) Milnor Automatic ,
I than 3"ahd
Florida Acts of' 1941 'will
J f the Mfn's. Basketball.: League, pff ; Laundry Wasiiet Ser. Xo. AY1451564 -
I J I\ Lloyd Green underwent sur- Camp in Leesburg on Wednes- E. Middl ton on Sunday. Tom's Shell' moved "back register with the Clerk of the : Mo and bntfjossu i
10. winy ,
I :with; .: : Circuit Court, an and fpr Brad- One (1) Milnor Automatic
: I in St. Vincent's Hospital day and Thursday. j 'Mrs/Tyler Jones visited Mr. 'into second which $
gery place, they
receipt -
taking:its game rpm .thelJayjcees ford County Florida upon Laundry Washer :Ser.; : Xu.V'- t$5QQ' I II
qu Tuesday. Mrs. Robert "Barkley of'Jack- (;andl Mrs. Charles bOdf! y vacated several weeks ago 'bt,v .Monday night. Terreil.'spujf ; of proof *f ,publication ef 6351260, Model Xo. :W 25.;
onviIle- spent last Wednesdayand and rda ghter 'in W shington ; I thla. notice the fictitious name i One U: ) IHioJi Extractor.! 5cr.No. .
Mr. and. Mrs. J. B. Jr. ; ; taking 4'points from'JPoodFair.
Berry I .
I I mother ; ) jasv the:: 'other Monday.'night STARKE: HARDWARE CO1IPAI4T 24-BC !9479: Size 17". '
J Md. Thursday with her Ga., over the 'weekend. Tom's rolled under which.-we'are''en I
of Annapolis, and Mr. and: a, season winner. defeating.., !;- '
I Mrs. W. P. Randall of Tampa,>irs. W. G. Stringfellow. { Archie Green of San Francisco .high game of 807. and"a high aged In business Florida at -108 Eastcar1sL. ,I --- .. ..

f i 1 have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.' G. W. Baisden, and Mrs. Calif is home for two'weeks 'seri $ of 2360.; TPV".TDnight ['I1lursd yJ Lawtey '){\ ti. Proctor.Starke. Jr., and IloU !j W AflNGTON'S8'THQAf( SprCIA1'J:! ) i iI
Martha Hollaway of Jackson- toVisit his father ; Proctor. 105 S. E. 48th Street
: Bill Graham during the past Starke Motor Parts'- retain' mett QQc-Q1i..at.,.'I:15..aJ1sirer Gainesville, Florida. owners:'
week.: ville were Saturday supper Lloyd Green, who'15 confinedlri' 'ed the league lead, taking 3 lt'l:! Gull ".:'t ak '.'PJ1.th Dated this' 4tn day 'Jf 'eb I 't,}
( guests of Mrs. Effie Johns. : St. Vincent's1 Hospital.' ; A.D. 1963 at Starke, -
in their ruary.
while dropping 1
: Jaycees at 8:30.: .... Bradford County, Floril'a. 1
.- match'with". N egel's' Auto- Si&u.dims WL GB 29 U.,:.'20.21.1 f Roll-About! I 1
safes: ::11 .3 -- -- .
( cpca1czQI i. .:. .. IQ... I .r= 'cinct'iTrornr .
;I'\IJ: .t J ': 11 .. '11 L.fl: I :j& { 1; .T!' n, .. tn I 'RusaVPlace liked the idei .'teitelGuI: :;. J i 3 nn\DFonn:'cOUNTY' I Cabinetto TV --

'o?' 'winning last week, and 0T.\IUih;, FLOIUU.V .
74ayees _
J.4awy, .., .t.. 8. S 'M'
( "tooini. points' again losing Itt ... ;.- 2 Ih 8.I..i 'J BradfM'. R. Kelly 911ntf; Tax 4 Collector'vuu :. MODEL nIl l ______ -. I IS

La Rile I i > starke'TJtilities.. Russ's win I Stlirke. .F1lorid&': S S v / 23f overall diag. meas; I
I Corporatioll .io' them out".of the- 'ccl- .- Plaintiff"a r283" iq. In. picture viewing j _ ,
Gospel Sing vs.- N I .
,lar lor the first time since- tarke- Ory iCteaners &: area.Fine styling combinedwith" -

( f t i'joining the league. }\t .'Church ;;La Virginia unh7.MT Srfthh -.. e Motorolaquality'performance and reliability _
!: Starke 'Telephone., in-- ." L S -
}..:.astcaB Street features;
; rolling a season high series of. 1.1thI Will .b'J: \ bospei Starke Florida 5- .
Announces :LVOTieE1 SHERIFF'S SALE I "
1,856; could do no bettet than 5lnzing5., at'.r .Pleasant nor ;f Noticeis!heceby given that I, FEBRUARYS -
',an. even split with O'Connor Mpod1st '..Church. .Saturday P..D...Reddish.' Sheriff "of Bradford ,. _

That They "Have, Moved :!Real Estate. ., lt;
,., I I Community. State Bank, c1iur: "f.Js.. three miles tion, heretofore issued out ofCircuit' I <. "of..II"r r S S
4 v, BackTo Thert"" j paced by Norman Willis..who ndi1.-qf\ : t :bnv.s.. 39!. in- thai;Court ahost; Bradford Jed cause.County. I I !S S. I

!'j'turned .in his. first: sanctioned' z ttxJJ. edtottefld. have Jevledupon the following!! .ft 5-

Starke Home Office '!{500 series, split :2.and, 2 with ,property; o-wtt HotrpwiniCentftruru.Air.rVaccutn.:, S CVttY.UOTOKOLA; TV HAL A 'PI < S -
-' 'j One .0)( I
the tough TerwiDegarrMotorI Ihree 'PiDiir ser. No '<456 .
: I
H HAT' .. I and tank:
; ) Safe T;',Baum SaJe
.Oue4I ,
I,;I Starting next week this= col-. PHyisical'Fithes l &o t. lAck: ompany, : ONALLTUBE&'ANDPARTS
:;umn will feature: "Th Hot Hike'.Froml J one 'U"National Ser,- No.'556X273 Bales Ticket ST- Manufacturer's:guarantee! :c&n free .vehang''' er repair bfanyjeonv CitAHCOALponohtprwen

MADISON I Shots." Watch. it 'k xtI Recorder. j defective :rnorml' tlU. Arranged through selling. FINISH
4QO, W. ST. ::Standings W Aetin'rig"'the\r-'rt'tSpronota! Type 19&-K-
f T.s. : .. -!" i' I StarHe.Mtr, Farts Mi; It... One.tCtrc..e(1) Air conditioner Model
( "1f I Tom's Shell 3 President Kennedy's physical windovf-Philco. ; / > "
; j, $ 17 100;
4 JJftfiffplQ . ?. fitntts carhpaign two .young One ('1) Adding machine Se* : DAHMER S. DISfcQUNT
t .32 20 L
We Arc Now Ready To Serve You In Selecting Your. "*{> **$ ,woineh ndta, : man: marched .pia ,No. 42160.One Corona PLTt
Terwiljegar: . 3\ 21'' striet Ii) 1.- C. Smith : .
from733 West"Monroe
Q'Connor 30 22 : Cash, Register.! ... ,
.oo. .
in Jacksonville; to the Starke .. .. .... ,I 5- v
Community Bank 2112'. ** t I I S S 4 5

New kgsherry Home Draw Tile . 25. 27. city"limits hike.Idrnlrie Tuesday. a near50mile" ._, 1 .

Oem Jewelry . 23 29 SS ; SS
persons from the .. .
SUrke, tilities. 21 31.StarkeT1tphone !i J4. S
j Aine Hairstyling: Academyin .COLE'5p1rit.TypoDUPL1tATO: .
l 20 3J, 1 .
Jacksonville who started
Russ's .. ,.. ,. 16 36.FQo&Fair '111 71 ., ,
tri&: trijJaV: 3"a.m.. Tuesday;
. 1?, 3?, .

BRICK 1.2 1 BATH. Compare And Lawt y Leads Chuck Hooker February,Knock Kay 19.made Turner only it.all, Peggy and the 57*

I Bantam Cage Play.: way' : 'to .Starke...

FRAME: 3 4 Bedroom Be Satisfied Local Finance defeated"Register Starke"The' by marchers way. of.1 Cecil.walked Field.to --b-4- 4

,; -5'-
; I Oil Masrfile, and Lawtey. coming -
.. i I 18-17 behind Bill. ,
.. '" onMJ.fi 30L Upon
1 i Adams scored 12"points into town --S 4, S _
i in the Bantam 'BasketballLeague. reaching the Starke city limits ; S bprodxsj en.to ffve'
the' three went to the 4 S ,"cor.. at ine....... ,
Mike4 Hewitt: led the *
losers with i. home of Dr. and. Mrs. D. W J you type, write draw of 9tfatrp
III seven : ,. to 9'%"x m 300 or mo_,uouMpfiy Idt l ;
Whiffcn to recuperate -
NOW H HT 'La wtey won then- sixth gamin
,. c1. 'SWflTAY" CHAIR copies per mater! Hand operand.tatntfOoaf\
a row by .beating.&}d.ejss their ordeal. The; began .". ..,, '- ." '; Itk Adjwfj 5 way;Nylon J.arfngs. Steel 1 duded._ __, ___ No.*u$3.Do ......
.,4 Drugs 2.2-14. Mickey _Moor : their. arch. Tuesday morning rly.d bookcose char, fr ulIe. nd;,bose.fOCl1\l.zt.bbst seas

% :.led yLawtey with 10 points'I in the jam and. '.stfons i winds. didga.i,5d; ; ; o.Tbrts ebJ.pQrtheft 16 "i14 "XA":' tr.Wit, TG 5,, tans.....,.

T rKA3 DOWN f while Franklyn-- Tpnilinsfln"; blowing thenEDCAL -. I.I 3&." W'-; Af' ... *-;d.qIdIrCeQ$11' '." FlflM oJGrayIi.4llo: : l $42.50 4t a--. ( ":=.
N t IMft
and Chasteen i h
r Jay Roy. .. t-, 5- S -
I --
'sa<< .
had four for. the losers. ; '. 4,.
', e f '
I. .JJAV1S -
I ." ; 14..55OOO afternoon at*-30 at -S. Slr
; Friday tn Arf 'Qe &eoaJ4xMI$49.59
the. the, Stafke All FRIDAY, MQKNLNG. .
: '' \" .4 ... ,
; !'Stars >jill play Lawteys: "' 1/ .., I rl.LIJIIWI?
DOWN Mrs WUliams Davis 'f.
$ \ Margaret i"'" 't"'r ;"
.,'....,,,,,>" -".:;"'5'J-' cu'D2AWI
V4. ; Standings W L GB,, : .iT.- of '.615.,N. Church fit.-. _.}'-::'*' : M."-MJ. "- ..
;iLawtey, . & 0 ':j- I Starke, cUc4 Monday in Bbdfofi 3Y/OY? "
'I. County Hospital She
Local Finance. .3 3. 3'Andrews. .
:i. Drugs.. .2 4- 4 I wasjwrn Aug.. 13.'1915 'in'Virginia fILE ;; .'

... :. Register. pit. r 5. 5 \ the daughter of.the '. 'Dtsigned for Tume oufput.Aatawfc paper ht& I
: late, Thomas & and Mary1 t t <4 and? moisleMt. Equfpped wfifc! print locoSntr >c-.

'Smith.wmiams! Sh&hald spent ,. Lgidoe. piece tcrafrvcKon. Heavy *V.Ho: evfCAmtie water t cads t tookn <

Homes From To : BANK HOLIDAY i.most ol her life.in stark[ : P Ir tIaIIt PortI Pfw ..' *eL Drawers glide smoothly on Toiler of ona ;M op to 4*.&,;;.'luttoaSaainduddl

$$9,000 $$30QOO. ;; '!bec..' .' riiinu \W State1 Bank J)uvivii2' 'are Daughter, .- ....' bcqbtg% Equipped wi& Tpring ,cOns.p i..- m SCO"tc&icmI.
.. ... # odeu; t P.f.9j1 a .*ion for record prctecn'cn. Mist m nTurmi hit firnirl imT Tmnui
.Mi..W aJ.t ; ) !, rf if W ; : ti' : 4 1.t of Starke. and the Florida STIlL '
T : Q.l' JQrjy; ; qe ft lt.lirt So ,
V .a; 9JrJI} : Ai2-, -S ,.. 'JJ1A!!! .
Bank at Starke will e..clos 1 Ae mtesoun ,
.IdtsA tot ronbf, etpendt Sohiw-BrDW1l "Glrj warei h i -Ja..
: From ; all day'Friday, Feb, 22, \V -;? i1W1Aii E de *t' Iwwen UTT SIL SUPPlY KIT 1aJ6cI lIt 'aiJjt4.1 g.. ." r", 0

$$53.50 Per. Month 1ngto3''s Birthday. 'aholiday .J l ; thr e .brothyrs; M&rion f fiari, ---rr: .ipa ia .... JWJd.K5DMp2irU MM., ,lot-",,, fllicf, M vat*pits IW' 11 i .. ..-.U.
:, yanM' Wqsojl ...
.Willb'msPeJU8C01a. _. tapy pGper IIIQftw J CIPW,j .. thie4pgjZ.
ha ;FiC a ;; : : ; OO'- I p1- cad-'crlPl hr.a *- 25. I7B6A1IUSI $3423
-, J : } ;- ( ; WUlams. Newman..Thomas oa.aa, p ui.8 L1e4tWt.a p- t _
Ciosnltf'6sTS'Stop .. f "fl"A.. TJ i(feswt&nd w- tunc& d..r.
ALL, INCLUDED. .r. CARD OF"THAXKS :: S. Willumv Jr, iIi. i _
1JQ.\It 'a '...' :5 :. ... .. 11
.. :rd.. ;:) "f ','II' t.i dill 'Y" ? '
With deepest gratitude weextend .. _ce! will be held t't

this word of thanks at,loam.tt Friday J t

At m W. Madison St. of<<&.. th many.Jdnd .act.o1sympflthy Memorial C apewit. ) v.W .

C 'tr! ..' .. '. W expreKedi.hyfriends.; 1 ..Qr r.. f t BradiotdC'Sqpty Tel graph.
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I. 1 Miss Karolyn Kaufmann The. .textbook, shortage with : ; IroNsTIRgoAyTi T J

1 GI.AnYS loon .PHONE 61II :i whose 'nwrriasfcto' Benny "A; New. Book for Johnny";, '
i :Jackson :'will\be an erent of 1 wa* >the program theme. for
I s atw'day. aft rnon at &. oVI :
the Starke.-Woman's- Club on _
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Ii'Jr Ii I\ clock ill thflrZirst Lutheran Wednesday. afternoon. Feb. 13. *
:Chutcltia: ciaLaill:; ; .T< J.the :at the club house. !

.insiiiration: fj riT:;j, lovelY I Mrs. E. L. Matthews education AT DISCOUNT HOUSE
'Jr'JrI ,parties Jn the past ireet. .; I I[ chairman presented L.1 1 .-
The lean. "lioom oi the H. Gibson. General Supervisor' I
Garden-iRcstauhuit was the k 3 BIG! DAYS .. THURS. FRt SAT. FEB. 21 22 23
of .Education and l. 1's. R. P. ., ,
stltlnz (oi: ,a luncheon.!. !_( .honyrHic 2 I i Dmorest, Elementary Super- ..... :... .,,: Y'" '.
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gen Tisor of Education. They f'.. .
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by Mrs. E. L. Matth ws, Mrs. tI II .stressed the shortage of textbook i : .> <

? Claude rowon, and Mrs. I .. the cost, of textbooks, $! f.,: ; ; ,i.-:" .. G1\mJJt.8'

I r I Iiarry MoQty' "at noon. Satur- "..jz'I: /;:"': f I and .the- 'cr, t. ria. fOr the selec- : \ :.. _

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M! luncheon table was'centered .. ....' v 1j', '.-"k'J-: ._' ', ...,' ..;_- .: I Ijad) sample': ..copies .of new, fQ I1 iu; _

I II with a low arrangement of 5i'i .i-g: rt, :-.1i' ....0 "'.:.;; : old. nsed, and abused text-
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white and pint azaleas! and "' .lionks to demonstrate ;
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narcissi Extfendins :d<' 1th"* -"'.-' '''''''">;'J.'1' '.r t; .th' ir talks. :
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lert!th of the table VJw a gai>r., ': : .. ; I" .-'.:' '''-- ,Rev Walton Grady of the'
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laud of ivy: interspersed with.Uiane iyiane/V/uliams ... Hazen Pr< bteri8n-'Church used the
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I : Mr. And Mrs. Hill Observe Dink Invited camellias.; .ta, attend1 this delightful -.r.rV d In. ;Home. S Cerembny;; ,Febru< ry'. 8 MUtation voti 'nal. Mrs.-,theme E. 'A.for; Hall his president de--I, .
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affair fjiends' '
# ( .65th Wedding Anniversary. On Trip I of: the honoree.were,;* 19 'r] -Miss ,DIane"Mari nuiCan, marriage :Friday .evening, .f b.1 m etlni..: conducted., the business : _II_ .:.' .H"' "WdN,._._ .. !
daughter of. and MmE at .S
prezented'with .Ir. ;j 8. &- o'clock in : .
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hill, of ,, by taking eitencd'trips to. The honored-- cbfbo6kfrom was hen"i::'.W.Millican 'of Gahwsvilie'.1'.1altd :. ceremony performed a'SiltlPle.1. The' hostesses served pie'nd
610 N. Lake St.. returned Sun interesting places Including a coffee- during the social ris I
: ; James .IiL'Hazeri ,son ofMiand L. L. Parker-of Brooker uncle :: .
hostesses a& a memento of theoccasion. -; > ; : Beautiful Gray and Gold
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day from a week's plane trip Havana, Cuba; Nassau hour. Valentine-motif was '
.. &: .;'Vascpe V.. Ha- ] of the groom, in the presence I
to Haiti in celebration of their :; Jamaica in the British West earned- out in deeorating.. t .5' ,
J zeix nited
0! Starke. w er :in of the famines and a- few I I Ii or Modern Walnut BR Suite
65Ur wedding anniversary. For !! Indies Old Mexico. throughthe -. close.riends.j ::._' i 4.4 I .
I several. years the Hills have Panama Canal, and a On Tuesday, evening: MisS! [ Madison Street -
I I Kllufm n;\. jcis .holo! d at a. 'The, ceremony'as.performed. 1h 'P Thurs. Fri. Sat. Special!
observed their anniversaries. i| submarine trip from Key-West. : -
I jabber1given Mr I in< the home of the bride's I JtJ.: j
J !| ;Mr. and Mrs. Hill wexe both bridal J by ? T. Banquet
1 parents ,in Gainesville.. The I II
born and reared in. Morgan H. A. McLeod, Mrs- Marge.De.- I '1'r' "} TTriple Dresser
-NOTICE-. i: County, Ill. and weremarriedon Caro Mrs.Willav. Mae. Den- I. wedding party stood before TheMadison' Street Baptist : "
I lowly: arrangement or white and Mirror 69.95
Mrs. .Curtis Malone Mrs. 1 5.
: Feb. 13. 1898 at the homeof ton. Church .Training': Urrioni held:
I DOWLING P. E. Griffs} iurs...yic Frees' mums gladioli,, and greenery. -
the bride's pa.\ nt.'i. They a S\\ theart. banquet Saturday -- .
Tfise, ind Mrs. H I .Mr, Hazen served his son;as Bed . 39.95 !. .
S. C.,
PRODUCE MKT.. spent several years,on a farm 1 1I Mrs. best man- : night:, in v the recreation ,0.okca5e '
J near Nortonyille, 111. not far Chester Vfo4f.. ?' iJ I toom: ..-Forjty .two young people *
1 I Miss Gwen MiUi'can, sister UlJ
MOVED\ TO EAST SIDE This delightful affair was i .
from their birthplace! and later I from the agesl3 24attend-
I !J' atCaroP of the:,bride; attended;maid .. : TOTAL VALUE $109.90
OP WINN-DIXIE were funeral directors for held at .the Wood home 1 I ed. this .djels'ghtfuL affair. $5 Down
I This >)Vceks! Special 13: wars in Winchester and'! Blinding,. ,., where ,II I I of honor Iajovely-aqua: silk The. Valentine theme was ..

I; 1OLBS.1LS.: AH>-d. 111. The only- time I Iti' 'w1t.e arid yelow| colp; motif $ 'shantung afternoon' ress: : ,I attractively carried in the *eci I

2Sc : .... liare teen!! Arparatrd: ; dur- : wa.useciin! decorating. with hat to: match.Sh wore i orations?wth. a.red and white fl lr' .' .
NO. 1 I IUISH.POTATOES pink'carnat1on .
JM; coinage ;
1 in- their! 65. ycavs cf married I :Tl attractively appointed ; color motif med..The"U.shan- L-: : -S ,-. '.. k- '
1 refreshment' table was center. .. .j4frI The'inido, givea ::1amarrfage' .. held ,. _
q hfr.Y \i! wiu-n Jiv Ilill served ,! J 'S ; b'yvlier'liatheiL'iroak.love i edr.-tablej a centerpiece ; _' $ .
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i-'ver??.!:> huthiy iriclVar : cd.with a white bridal flower 4. composed of i'i.rfd: heart and .

I.I I I ill, Over thevs.u'.thehave. ;; t 'i. armnjrtm,7ijt!; in a: white china:: tt.tt Jy.-\vhjt,n.ar.:..white- wool.. uit. :and ': camellias. ., -with- camellias, used! -
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\ done much travellins: ; by auto J bSwi with matching candle,.r.tt'W. \averblause, at intervals down the table S '' / 4; w .
f .SEE. 1 i in every stale: of the Union( j !holders! holding burning white .. comp'iementeidi' ; \witlu&eiauld: "'i Following the banquet, a s-,. 4.0-

I i except Alaska; and Hawaii.. tapers., Mrs; Malone presidedat .ef' corsage] of Preached: : :: pink program comprised of a style __ :" -.-- "4' _
r 'Hi ISeigior'with I and have also_ toured Canada'I : the silver coffee serviceI I carnationsiiQi:* toacfc pearis, show and: group. singing was e .. .. -- ': -
.tulle} and- velvet .leaves-..Her v .. ,: -
1 I : and Mexico. I The-; hostessespresented the ..noseveil .of- sheerest illusion enjoyed. :The party closed with a 4 S----. .. .. 4'.e
\ The. Telegraph joins .the l honoree with! an-.electric toas-:! an inspirational message byRev. S ':---.,. 'j --- ..4 r .- I '4'
J ; \ JIM!\ WATSON j, many friends of Mr. and Mrs.,r Iter asa rhcracrito.of_ theoc"casion I ___ .was vet bandeau.attached toUJMvhite, 1[. -I 'Dungan. .' ., -

: I and on' FElt 25 WIt in congratulating them : ;-V Sponsors forth group were
on their 65. years of. married; .Sixty-five guests were invitedto Mrs. 'lill1can'cloe] for. herdaughter5 Rev* 'and.'Mrs. W. M.: Duna. r.
Special) Guest: 11e. ". call between .the hours '1' \;.wedding. bluft! bro-: gtn.Mr. 'and Mrs. W. E. Lawson -

I seven to. nine o'clocX [MissRi cht r .cade afternoon dress- with '. MM and: Mrs. J T.: Lawson ." I

Geo. Huggins ,Heart Fund Drive Jneluded in the, guest list'Weds.: Mr. 'Winkler J. pink.After pompom the wedding(Corsage.a small I and Mr. and Mrs. C; L.Cooper I Ii
.for.bQth. parties were( Mrs. It i i"t
iiidford'C Set For Sunday George Kaufmann, mother ..ofthe. In Texas. Rites. receptionwas. :heldThe; lace .I"' ". i

iintvI lrIde-clect., '.,Mrs. R. C. < covered brid./'s table was cen- Beta,Sigma Phirristalls'OfTicers- I .
Agriculture Agent I The Bradford County Heart Pekiei her grandmother and'I I 1 i I'' 'Miss Millie Richter, daughter tered-with-. .threettiered; w'ed- ... "-- '

6:45 i Fund drive will be conducted Mrs. W:.N. Jackson, .mother :. : :6f -111"1.anti. :MS- Emil 4in cake, topped; with,.f miniature : Beautiful 3.Piece
i Feb. 23-24 from door to door of, "th "bridpsrpom-to-be.; Richter< ,Waco, Texas;ber ..bride! ; and. -gropm' <;Mrs" J, : :

'ON .t. rPowerful. by the Heart, ;Fund commit: came.the bride. of S-Sgt : Ed M,: 5. .Hazen of: starke' :landAirs. ; New officers of theBeta..:1 I

I tee. .t, 4 'Valentine; Party wardA.. Winkler,' Saturday Albert;.Cassidy ot ""Cross- Sigma Pill sorority were recently -, Turquoise Color -. Foam Rubber Cushions -.
Captains will meet at 7 p. night, :Feb.-.!; at.6.o'clock.at city cut.,the, cake ;, '. installed as fOllQws:1 j I
,Givfen' MYF the home of the bride's uncle The crystal punch: bowl ,atone Mrs. Muriel Gay. president; :'
1 Channel12WFGA' --- i.m. unday at the home of By : :1':1'I Built To Stand Wear And Tear ..,
,\ Mrs: Pat, Cauffman, cl1 umn.i .I and. aunt, Mr. .and Mrs. C'*:" B: : end oft- .tie, bri4e!& Wble I Mrs- Do Shfppwdr vice pre&f -; 7 f .t
TV The Junior High MYF helda Moa'gan. 701. Bradford Ave.:,, was ',:mrroun ed/ by' fern and f ident;, Mrs.. Dot Failing. recording -| ,.;: .

I i Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at Valentine party lastrThurSrday'evening W aci;TeX. ReT E.: A.'.Heck- pink floret! : Pouringv punchyere 'I! 'secretAry; Mrs. Ra- Thurs., Fri., Sat. Special!
Jacksonville in, the-Methodist mann, pastgr of' St. Mark's \ Mrs<: Max/ W. Ful'J .ng I mona 'Tomlinson, corresponding .

Bradford County Telegraph.: Pcllowshii Ball.The I!, Lutheran* Cbutch, performed and, Miss..JeafikiHoani., "-. secretary; Mrs. Ann God 1 Sofa Bed '- 1 -. 149.95

.. haU was decorated forth the ceremony... After a short redding trip win}! treasurer; Mrs. Mary -

I! occasion in a red "and : Bifl werritt served. the to .:Tampa and Cypress Gardens j Ruth Simpson extension off i- Chair .' 49.95 III1L 05
white Valentine theme.. Th groom as..best man. ,Mr, aad.Mrs.zel'1: | I
22 teen-agers enjoyed' & barbtcued -I i I Mrs. Bill Merr.itt attended tijrn d.ta Inake; !.their home,at cer.The sorority will meet Mon-
I Swivel Rocker 59.95
I tiuCiCsIRQCERY chicken' sapper' followed ,I. the' bride.as; matron of honorin i f 111 N:.' E. 45th St. in Gaines-I; day; night, Feb. 25, at 8 o' .

'. by jolk- dances: seruaredancing : a! blue lace chiffon dr.ess I ville. "I. I r lock. at :the home of Mrs. .

,,. and: : ;.mes.. t I complemented with 'a white I: The bride is a graduate :ofMonticello.High i 1. Jean Clark. .Hampton Lake. TOTAL VALUE 259.85 $5 Down
: carnation corsage. Her blue School and is J : .
,The group was chaperoned
Jrponsor ., net head piece, was' held by : now secretary in.the'law \1ild I Ii Toastmistress i
by :MJs.Wfc BvTb.omeson
I > : white' lilies -of. the ing,at the JJnivetslty..of-Flor. .
,.and Re?.,4\d? Mrs. .J. !
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& MARKET -The. brides .was lovely. in a Ida. ,- Meeting Friday
rabham. ,... Titus Olsona'jid.Mrs. : I
or .. Jack Hines..pre.--. silk peau de saie.&own. featur- : ,tMr. Hazen is a; graduate, of .
Half A'ii'le North Of City Limits-UI S. 301 .I )the : in&!a Chantilly lacer bodice,"a : Bradfordt: County..High School; : A second open meeting will ; .
pared supper. Sabrinai neckline,outlined.witli ,I attended South Georgia Col- be held in the Methodist Pel- .

seed pearls, and sequins .anda lese.and. servedthree years I lowshlp Hall at 7:30 pjn. Friday 4--PC. :
OPEN 7 DAYS-7 A.M.' TO 11 Piyj.:; I GardenClubto (butterfly skirt with bows :' in the Arm,. .twoi-.jeara'.of! ,.- :Fea.; 22, to complete

Meet Monday down die fcack., Her only ornament i thatrtime being.spe?>t iof-., ujsbui plans for .organizing a unit of'
SALES PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI:, SAT., i I was a ruby pendant I, : ,. Germany, He,-is'now.'fmployed the Toastmistress Club. HOLLYWOOD BED
AND SUN. ONLY The Starke Garden Club wttich her- mother wore on';I ,by.the.. Oal esville. Fire' ;Mrs Marie, Volp of Jacksonville -

will meet. Monday night at I her wedding day. forty years I. pepartment.. was the organizing

GRADE A "WO p'clockat the. home of ago. Her .shpt.: : blush yell of: I officer on Friday, Feb. 15, I INCLUDES:
C M*& Chadior Cowexi, 102&WMadtsOa ,.. pure silk French bridal illu-ri i OES Installs ; I when the first 'meeting was

FRYERS----- .. :Street if with Mrs; & slOb was' held In"place by a!' held,. and temporary officers .I
TV.NoUn. jutd-.MM. lu V"l r'!' crow n of miniature seed pearls j New Officers j i elected. Miss Delia Rosenbergwas % Washable While Plastic Headboard
SUNNYLAND din as co-hostesses. and crystal :beads; She ear-:1: Friday' Evening. : named' president with Hundreds of Coiled Innerspring Mattress "
Mrs. James Smith of Gainesville !f ried a ..hite orchid bouquet i, : .. I Mrs. Margaret Brown, vice -- .
"PICNICS. . p.I Q: wlltpreent a program surrounded by split .carna-! Installation) services for the I president. Mrs. Desta Dyal _- Comfortable Matching Box Spring

: oa flower arrangIng: and. will f tlons. ..;. .. .,!I, 1963-64 officers ot: Starke secretary, and Mrs. Bea Far- ;' .
Steel Bed Frame
Sturdy With Rollers
GOOD, PORK CHOPS ,? I conducts: 'woiJynop( Members Mrs. Richter chose for 4er Chapter 224 Order.of the Eas, her. treasurer. ...
.59c. am 'asked. to bring. their-own t dau hter's' wedding a light I tern. Star' te held' last:Pt1.; AU interested women are .

containers, flowers, and.greenery \tyue.Jacfe'dress; with. accessories -. dart night :-in. the; Masonic. I urged ,to- attend the. meeting Compare with others selling for Complete
PURE PORKSAUSAGE-Ib.. -' 59c for,tbe- workshop.The. t and a"white. carna- Temple.: .. .: Friday.'The purpose of the organizatiorf'isto -
;-: ., I I New office.r.s. : Worthy prepare women $89.95
executive board will tiyi(. corsage., .are
::SMOKED; BACON .-. lb. -. '39c meet tonight ..Thursday: : at j "ilrsWinkler:' ; was attired in: Matron, :I a. .1}?1,1ne.: .Ml Singled : for Jeadership. :in; all other 95 a

I Ii30 o'clock1 at me.! home of j : aqua.siJk' linen juid chiffon tanc; Worths.: .Patron. Ned organizations.. .as well as

M': ILk -8' tall cans . $1.00 i.thepresident- Mrs. Ed .Pre- 'dtess with 'J avj, .blue acces? Singletary: : Associate .Matron; equipping them to communicate For_ your best bedding .

vatt. |I .soriesl; ana she. .white I Evjpjyn Hanejr: .Associatte: ::Pa.- with clarity anct poise. r ; *
With. wore a
$5.00 Food Order' Omit: S cans to Customer{ 1
1I t carnation '"corsage.. iron, J. li; Ge.rjtry;, Secretary, Dahmer's .
?GlANT. 'SIZE. FAB . 69c Recent Births i ..Ajranement& ,6f white fea- I Dorp Irma thy S.'Bufofd Alvarez?. ,Treasurerj J'Senior Citizens I :1 ,.

.t .i: y i therexi ster? were" used indRcor'atnsf l ; Conductress,1Gladys !TM et Tuesday
'.i 'to.' tf.'j Odom; Associate 'Conductress -
I. Mr. arid m Dreieri .
SUNNYLAND 5 : .the Morgan homei I ; ;. .t- .)
of Toleco... OlgiO' announce-: thbirth ifor" Ke reception immediate- Gladys Edwards;, I :
PURE! LARD 8 lb. bucket !I TheSenior Citizens Club It's lie CHERRY PIE
$1.39 of a daughter.Karen, ly aft -1he'',' wedding cereimony :Marshal. LouIse Kite;. Organ. tfo Big. .
Ul J ', I on Feb. 11. Maternal grandparents j, ist, Henrietta, Hunt. } Adah! met Tuesday; Feb. 12..at the
KANSAS QUEENrFLOUR } 'IWD Woman's Club with 24 mem- .
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Eva Gentry Buth. Mildred .
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are Mr. and Mrs. J The bride's table was cover- !! : -
: 10 Ibs. - .. 89c : L. Cole of Stark ,' cd',with a..\\'hitli Italian cut- <
; I wojk. ,.cloth andlcentered: with \ .Martha, L1llietor&an.. i short business
KOUNTnlUST i BrAdford County Hospital iiie 'bridal .cake .and .A minIature -: ;,.. Blecta!! : Iduma G. .lp: rim: session was decided to join ,
CORN .. 2 for 29cCQRNEDBEEF WirjcJer MarjorieBryaHt,>:'ridSentinel. the National Senior Citizens fREI
CREAM STYLE, announces! the: following bride:i doll. Two crystal ; ;, 'I .
... : birtiis: punch b ,,1s. pace<| at..cacl ; ,. D. I* Rigby Organization! '

-- can '39c I .Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ray end wen presided ..over'by i iMr Th? new Worthy Matron ter- the business! meeting, ..
j Smith, Raiford, twin girUIcifn $> Taut Kunze and Miss stood.at;. the altar while. tr. H. H. Herlong and Mrs. -

EATWELL 'TUNA-can . 23c I Ami and' Teresa Payee\ Eo e Ricbt 'i. Mis. .George: and lilsO.. S. Newcomb MoreHf wer hosm King and' I 1-.. .. 1
Feb. 13. ? Gtube; cut.Uie bride's ke and);sang TIow: Great Thou_:Art,"; Queen ValentineiBinga ..
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'NO.' iIRISH ,.. ( Mr. and Mrs. Owen.. Combs Miss Carol p rt' kept th .;. and was. presented: a; dozen was' played and the 1 With Any $3.59_ or $3.98 L. P. Record :
Jr... Lake Butlei. a ,daughter; br df's book. Mfs..c"B. MOrgan -.' long 'stemmed ,red 'roses,, her'flowrs group participated' in dancing

POTATOES- '.. .. 10 l Ibs. 39c!) Rcbecpa., Marie. Feb, is and.J.frs.. 'H rbert. Parr. for. the'.rear. i and carCplartng..- ;. Sold Friday: February 22House' :

MUELIER'S: : I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. aunts of 'the bride greeted will reside mIestItampton: The next -meeting will be ;... : <' .
Rabort, Brooker, r1 daughter a the. do4: : : .
> 'guests ( ; Long IslandN. : '& : held Tueday.nb, 28 'at the- .
MACARONI lb.l box 26c MaUssa Rtnae,. Peb. 17Mr time
f ; After spending some I The bnde, graduate.. ,ofWapa.High.School Woman's Club. and"H eillj -*|
; and )lrs. Herman Ger: with. their fuesta. the. bride t
j zeal andover!
rid)'our.a -! 50"years-) age
JIM 1iA'Nnt' ; ald .Geie. ,Starke a. daugh? and.groom,left lor. a wedding '
r n.flC I I Business.Collie, ha-man.*> are i1 vifeti-- Gatt nd. -
to. teb".l9.. .._ ,. v trill.t ,D-allai Teias.and othr :| aged;' The Texka, ,Purchaiin !: -'* DAHMER'S
GRITS--.L. flI: er..j>oint5of, interest.. The ; Corporation. of. The Texas i Elks Notice :
LB$ Airman and. Mrs. John UL bride graveled in a.champagne j i
Coffin, Company: for the past J
:.CABIN HOME ;i I Js ? t. i Wilier aanaun, the birtlj Gdaughter..cn J wtth'self Colored'' taftjsja brocade suit I'. two years. sit. Whikler is The trustees have called a''meetingfor.the' -.. !
I 1 a .F-eb..l'l ,in.the ernbroidertd' flowers- with the U.S. JJt "Rree.) t ElbClub .
MEALV ba et bpspitaj 'aV- llathen-Ail: an t.Rtm1a.. l' fox-collar. With t .
: Monday,night at 8 o'clock at
I.". i'-\ \ ", Force: :: .BQL. in .Sftcramentoj: this she wore light'beige 'aW : '.kMerbrookCiTtTIdZi tni 1 Discount

',RYAL RICEbs..., .. 59c Calif. Mrs. Miller is thforra, brown atrcessories: : '(p Powthhn'PMi tl.13 '-. S.tv.j the Elks.club::urged All officerz'andmernrsare to attend.. ..

..... I er Anne Matrhews-'ot Starkft After March 15 the couple ;; $J.'i at Tb*.<'IEUG -
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28-29 deficit and at the end win the finals- I
I :/ Tornadoes Down Live Oak 54-50 of the third period the Blue The Gainesville Sun's All- Cagers Lose NOTICE I

: Wave led three points, 44-41. Tourney team listed Springfield AMBULANCE SERVICE

J The Tornadoes were simply Greer, and Hoskins of To Santa Fe;
i Spot In Keystone Loop out-gunned under the boards P. K. Yonge; McFarland and I

I J and in the scoring depart- Paulson, Santa Fe; Combs B-Squad WinsIn I PRODUCE MKT. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

ment as Gainesville's Demp- and Rhoden, Macclenny; Williams -
J I Bradford High's Tornado per cent effort. Coach Erwin sey Springfield outdid his and Moore, Starke. and MOVED TO EAST SIDE
t p thenonly outing since DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director I
I cagers whipped Live Oak 54- Land's charges were never behind counterpart, Starke's John Tommy Clark, Green Cove \ iC'aotqt OF WINN-DIXIE
the Conference tour-
I 50 last ( Keystone Starke Fla.
Thursday in the Keystone as they took a 14-10 first Williams under tle boards Springs. This Week's Special ,
nament last week Starke's
f Conference Tournament quarter lead and never relin- and led the scoring parade wr Ev i
but then Tornado cagers blew up in the : 1OLBS.U.S. RENTAL SERVICES I
had to settle for quished it throughout the en- with 22 points for the night. I
I D&WAuto Beds Wheel Chairs Crutches
\ fourth place as P. K. Yonge tire contest. third period Tuesday night to NO. 1 IRISHPOTATOES 25C Hospital ,
: eked out a 63-59 Captain Chuck Moore Starke Wins The called meeting of the hand Santa Fe's Rebels a 59- I
victory to Twilight
eliminate them But it was a different story mainstay through most of the Ladies Golf Association, last 48 victory. I
Friday'ssemifinals. Friday night as P. K. Yonge started to close the I
League PlayD Thursday was a very activeone. The two teams played even :
trimmed the Tornadoes to gap in the third period ,and There was a lot of business ball as the initial period end- I
\ It was the Tornadoes' third gain a berth in the finals brought his Tornadoes back in & W Auto Supply took 3 to be discussed as well as ded in a 10-10 tie and the second -' I
victory over Live Oak this against Santa Fe. Starke moved command with five straight
points from Chev-
Gateway Rebelsa
I meeting the new pro and his quarter gave the
'. season Thursday as John Williams -I out in front with six quick points. The score then seesawed rolet to tie for first place in wife. Plans were made for the one point, 27-26, halftime I

led Starke with 19 points after the tip-off and,' back and forth. P.K.'s Mike the Ladies Twilight League. Sweetheart Tournament and lead. But the third period

points and was backed by that was as far as they could Hoskins picked up a three- Joyce Ward rolled high ,series Buffet Supper. Our hostess brought disaster to the Tor- I I

t., Chuck Moore with 12. The go. The Tornadoes retained a pointer to move the Wave out of 478 for D & W, and for February was Dee Fogg. nadoes as they blem sky high

Tornadoes sank 28 of 35 foul 16-15 lead at the end of the in front. But the Blue Wave Mary Jarvis led Gateway'with who did a nice job especially and found themselves behind 20 Words or less, one timo .9S Memorials. Resolution Be per wed t tIf

shots attempted and got a first quarter but by halftime guard then fouled Williamson on' such short notice. We all five baskets before they could not paid in advance 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to fit words _. 3&9
big boost from that, an 86 I I that lead had turned into a 453.Well's
and the Tornado
a layup Electric took 3 pointsfor guessed the number of jelly recover. Keyed or Blind Ads _ 1.00 Over 50 words '. ,__,. .. Ie per wrff
center came back with a Triest's Construction, Co.. beans in a jar for a box ef Three players hit in double Each additional word over 20 0$ Display ads in C"-dft"d" 1.50 per in** I
TERWILLEGAR three point play to put Starke with Julia Wells high seriesof Valentine candy. Marvalen figures for the Rebels as Tom-

S only: one point down. 536 for Wells. Bette Sprow's Wood was the lucky winner. my McFarland scored 16 INSURANCE I r FOR .RENT-3 room furnished -

But that was as far as the series of 567 for Triest was The members decided to use points, and Tim Stephens and AT REDUCED RATES I upstairs apartment. Mrs.A. .

MOTORS Tornadoes could get as P.K. high for the night. the trading stamps which had Ronnie demons 10. Starke AUTO FIRE BOAT I: W. Redgraves 401 South
A added another' basket for a Murrhee Insurance Co. took been collected to get a coffee Captain Chuck Moore toppedthe INSURANCE AGENCY i Water St. tfchg

three point third period lead 3 points from Williams Jewelry maker. It surely came in scoring for the night Phone 964.4501 I Mrs..W. L. Blair

1959 Volkswagen and then added some timely with Georgia Wolfe high handy on Sunday. however with 20 points tfchg; I

foul shots, as Starke attempted with 516 for Murrhee, and Sunday was a very success- from his forward position and Read The Classifieds! NURSERY WORKERS need .
to get possession of the Burney Winkler with ,414 ful day even though weather was backed up by center John ed. Apply at office Blair'sNurseries
BUS ball. in the final quarter to high for Williams. conditions weren.t ideal. Thir- Williams with 13 markers. Call The Man From Macclenny. Fla.
enhance their slim lead. ty-two couples participated in Baby Tornadoes "TRAVELERS"George FOUND AMONG THE 3 tchg 3-"

$99500 Backing up their center, Among the lucky ones who? the tournament. Most of the Starke's Baby Tornadoes E. LaRue, CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL We specialize in all types

Springfield, the Blue Wave's picked up splits were Mary husbands and wives were still fared better however, as they Keystone Heights Agt For AT THE TELEGRAPH roofing, remodeling repairs
Hall 5-10
and 5-8-10. with
Robir Bartlett had 15 markers speaking at the buffet supper scratched out a 32-30 victory Travelers Ins. Companies"Tel. OFFICE FOR A FREE and roof painting. No money
Murrhee: Burney Winkler, 5-
I and Ronnie Greer 10. and everyone seemed to havea over Santa Fe's B-squad for 473-4692 Day, down, free estimates. J. B.
7, with Williams: Alice Resch
The spirit gone out of them good time. We enjoyed play- their twelfth win of the sea- 473-4325 Nites. TICKET TO THE Meeks Roofing Co. Jacksonville
I 6-7, and Joyce Ward 5-7, I II
Saturday night the Torna- both with D & W. I ing with our team-mates, son.Coach Auto Fire Home Business' DA THEATRE.FOR Fla. Telephone PO 8-

does dropped the consolation Standings Won LostD George and Maggie Miller. Dub Lowrimore's Monthly<< Payment Plan I' RENT Furnished a- 7057. 7tp .4-'
I contest against Macclenny 51- They both did real well as charges jumped to a 6-4 first Available' -I
_, & W Auto. 26 14 partment. Lights and water NOW F.HJL-V.A. HOMES
59 as Coach Land experimented did Jack. Then there is me: quarter lead but then fell behind tfchg. furnished $45 per mo. Mrs.C. NEW nOMES-BRICK
with different combina- I Gateway Chev.. 26 14 i maybe someday I'll get bet-: 10-13 at the half and! -
I Radio Television Y. Kirchaine, 514 S. Ep VA-$50 Down
Appliance -- -- I Triest's 17-19 at the end of the third FOR RENT Furnished 3
tions of junior players. Ernest Const. 22 18 ter.The person St. tfchg i ic FIIA 3% Down
Jenkins sank 14 tallies and Wells Electric. 22 18 buffet supper was well period. But a big 15 point bedroom house. One block DESIGNED FOR MODERN
; Captain Chuck Moore 16 to II attended, and I think the ladies fourth gave Starke a two from Court House. Phone 1958 FORD 3-4 TON LIVING
Jewelry 15 25
SERVICE AT ITS BEST 'lead Starke's scoring, butMacdenny's are all to commended. point margin at the end of Bradford Engineering Co. 964- PICKUP LA RUE CORPORATION
Murrhee . .
Ins. 9 31 2515. tfchg
The food delicious and the Rebels I
the contest I
tall center Louis was as 37,000 MILES. ONE OWNER; JOEL HEARD Fl!. 964-8641

Combs led the game with 25 every thing was so pretty. could score only 11 in the final -' FOR SALE FRUIT STAND, HEAVY DUTY BODY; FOUR Inquire at 381 B. Call Si.

t ti Trained Experts In Each Dept. points. Santa Fe had nudged Class A Tourney Cell Terwillegar, sadalchair-. six minutes. S. Walnut St. on 301 across SPEED TRANS. PERFECT

Macclenny 38-36 to gain a'' Here Next Week man, did a fine job. Starke'David/ Dyal led the from "66" Bulk station. Phone MECHANICAL CONDITION. REGISTER evening classes.NOW: Mail for adult your

berth in the finals.P. i Free lessons will be givenby night's scoring with 13 points 969-2841 or see R. H. Grideror $675. course selection to 1,. H. Gib

FOR QUICK Gay's K. Yonge then went on [Continued From Page One] the pro each Thursday while his teammates backed E. B. Grider. ltp 1950 FORD V-8 GOOD CAR son. Drawer 100. $arke. $2.00

i J DEPENDABLESERVICE II to break open the champion- morning at 10 for the next him up. Donald Falcon had 10 Mrs. George Gardiner $100 fee per course. Negro adult
nandina. Beach winner, meets few weeks. See you all there. points, Gene Pass five, and GREEN BUICK CO. contact Prof. Thompkins. R.J.
ship contest with a big second
: I i Home the Bolles-Kenny victor. Carolyn E. Eaves.Noegel's Joe Warren four. Tommy Ter- $499.95 ADMIRAL 23" TV 215 Temple Ave Ph. 964-6491 E. SchooL tfchf
for 52-
quarter a handy I
with Stero Player AM-FM NEW AND USED-Chain sawi
CALL The title will be played ry had 11 points for the Rebels
I I' 42 win over Santa Fe here game Radio; just $249.95 WT] at FOR RENT 2 bedroom house $50.00 up. Repairs all makes.
at 8:30 Saturday, March 2, Auto and Wyley Kitch nine.
Saturday night to win its Lawn mowers sales and ser
DAHMER'S Discount House, with all conveniences. See
964-7511 I I fifth Keystone Conferencecage I following a consolation clash Holds Lead In 112 E. call St. Itchg William Silcox 1 mile East of vice. Tour McCUlloch I@aler. \
Applian between Friday's losers at 7 Florida Saw Co. 19th Driv
title in th-j seven Winkler WinsIn -- -
I I road 16. Itp
; Starke on
FOR SALE 1959 Chevrolet
has competed in the loop. p.m. : Sundown MeetNoegel's N. East, Gainesville Fla. 6- I
; Mixed pickup excellent condition, 3411. tfchg
j AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR The Wave led by one one Admission will be 50 cents League FOR SALE .
new tires, 1963 tag. $900.00M.
Auto still holds the FOR RENT: 1 Bedroom trail-
point as the first period end for students.and $1 for adults. I
I Winkler's Electric began M. McRae. Rt. 2 Box 60. By OwnerIn Also trailer lots for rent
Maytag Frigidaire Zenith ed but outscored the Rebels Student season tickets ''will lead in mixed bowling by tak- er. ,
a 16-3 in the second quarterfor not admit them to the tour ing 3 points from Pyrofax Gas the new Wednesday Night Morgan Road. 2tp 2-28 Pinehurst Subdivision Westmoreland Trailer Park. I

: GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UP ... a 28-14 halftime lead, and nament.ww this week. Rudolph Hutcheson Mixed League by taking 4 FOR SALE -Argentine Ba- Concrete Block Home, 3 ,phone 969-2151. tfchf.1

coasted along thereafter to led Noegel with a 513 Series points from Noegel's 301 Res- hia seed. 75s lb. High germination. Bedrooms & Florida Room, THRIFTY, NIFTY HONDA

I. and also rolled a 205 taurant. Julia Wells had high Lucian Conner. 4tchg3-7 Carport & Utility Room. "50" cycle. 4 stroke O.H.V. I

game. Mary Jarvis was high game of 173 for Winkler, and FOR SALE2 br. concrete engine. No messy oil and gas
for Pyrofax with a 451 series. X. M. Smith bowled a 184 for block home in walking distance F. H. A. Approved mixture. 225 miles per gal. ,

_.- .. Register Oil took 3 points of shopping area and Small Down Payment. $269.00. Electric starter $30 ,
-- -- 301.Town
:: : from Simpson Taxi. Bill Nel- Finance took three churches. Furnished or- un Phone 964-3544 add. McGriff Trading Mart, (

If' son had high 472 series for games from Gardner's Cities furnished. Quiet large lot 19 717 W. Cypress Street 130 N. Court St. 2tp 2-28

. Register and June Norman Service with Larry Noegel trees. Call 969-2845. tfchg Starke, Fla. : E. -W. Coolbreth \

converted the 5-6. Bones Ma- bowling a 185 for Town Fi- FOR SALE-Reasonable pric-
ATYOURFORDDEALER'SFRIDAY honey was high for Simpson nance. Frank James rolled a ed used Televisions. Refrigerators : HAVE FOUR Hotpoint Electric
Washers. Excellent BEWARE of buying any encyclopedia ,Cook Stoves, like new, I'
\., with 544 and also had high 197 for Gardner's.Starke before
game for the night, a 213. Police Dept., led by Condition. Bullington Appliances WORLD BOOK. Call you or writeM. see for $39.95 each. Just the thing

The Liveliest of the Lively Ones : With skillful bowling he con- Bill Rosser with a 231 game tfchg A. PAYNE your local rep- for rental property. DAHMEWS 112-

:. verted the 5-10 split; and Mar- took three from B & G Truck MEN, WOMEN COUPLES resentative since 1956, Box 603 Discount House

.' 1- ;'. garet Hardee converted the Stop. Bob Drake had a 212 needed to manage motels. Experience phone 964-3794. tfchg E. Call St. Itchg...

vteet Ford's all-new Command Performance cars fresh from their world premiere in ,S.,' 2-7 and the 5-7. for the losers.DrawTHe unnecessary as we YOUR OLD WATCH will FOR SALE- 1952 Dodge and

Monaco! At center is the hot new Falcon Sprint V-8 that won first in its class at the famed M & R Motors came up the and The Little I train qualified applicants. make the down payment on a flat; bed trailer both for $50.
ladder by taking three games Army split two and two for Age no barrier, luxurious a- beautiful new Bulova a$ Also A.K.C. Chihuahua and
Monte Carlo Rallye. Bucket seats, sports-type steering wheel, 164-hp V-8 and tachometer from D & W Auto Supply. :Bill the night, with Bob Firth partment furnished. For per- Dahmers Discount House. Pekingese. Phone 533-2471 ,

ii are standard. More news! V-8 engines now available with any Falcon!* Top:the new Fairlane Rosser, who substituted for C. bowling a 175 for Draw-Tlte, sonal interview write giving tfchr Itchg I

\ 500 Sports Coupe that took Alpine grades like a native. There's C. Hutcheson. had high 428 and Cliff Griffis a 211 for address and phone number to INSTRUCTIONSMEN -T ranies Inc.

series for M R, trailed by Army to compete the evening. J, care Telegraph, Drawer A, ,
a choice of two V-8's and in black white for America's liveliest
I a vinyl covering or most care-free cars! Kenneth Fuqua with a close S&andbtg'JVon Lost Starke. 2tp 2-28 Industrial Division, Sales,

:/.> its Thunderbird roof.f Foreground: new Super Torque Ford Winkler . . 4 0 BTJLOVA STEREO with Radio &WOMEN NEEDED Repairs on Motors, On

; :::::' I Sports Hardtop with V-8 zoom up to 425 hp and sleek new roof- lj FORDWOKIO 410.Joyce Ward was high for Police Dept..s 1 and Stand Just for taking up WORK IN erators, Switching and Con
:. I CIVIL SERVICENo trols, Welders and Tools, Power
> ".': me. This beautiful new hardtop looks like a convertible! rAlCON.FAIRLAN[ .fOlIO.THUHDlRr'R .. D & W with a 478 series.Buff's I Town Finance . 3 1 the payments. DAHMER'S experience necessary, grammar Conversion, Transformers.

: \ .Except Falcon Station Bus and Club Wagons Garage and Long I The Little Army. 2 2 Discount House, 112 E. Call school education usually Service and Repairs to AH
: Bridge tied, both taking two St. ltchg
Jj' each. Vernon Buff with a 397 I I Draw-Tite .. . 2 2 sufficient. Train now at home i Heavy Industrial Electrical

series, was high for Buff's Gardner's .-. .. 1 3 Mrs. Bertha Pearce for jobs with security. For details I Equipment
; c send name, address, phone,1939 N. E. 27th Ave. G-vilfc
I 1 I \ while Henry Cross, with 439, B & G. . .. 1 3Noegel's FOR SALE 3 bedroom number to
: I PHONE 572-1289
< r led Long Bridge. house and 1-2 acre land
'' 301 ... 0 4 National Training Service, tfch?.
Th'Y\rrmnnrv\ Carp's took 3 games from 3000. $50 down $47.50 per
L Box A, Starke, FIn.lOtpApr4. -I
Forsyth Plumbing with Harry Sidewinders mo. Phone 359-3055 Jacksonville WE DON'TSell
I Lovell leading the victors tfchg
you we help you buy'Good .
I \ with a 501 series. J. T. Pollard Regain LeadIn TRAILER MART BEAUTIFUL ADMIRAL Wal- selection of new ant

.' rolled a 431 series for For- Blanding BowlingThe Representing 8 Manufacturers nut 23" TV Console. Just take used 8* and 10' wide Mo.'

HKUIERC IN MONACO "' "' : sythe Plumbing. as low as $385.00 downon up the payments. DAHMER'S bile Homes.

fOI PERFORMANCE TOUTS NEW COMMAND CARS .r Standing Won Lost Sidewinders regainedfirst New 55 x 10 wide. We trade Discount House 112 E- Call LAKE GENEVA

Noegel's Auto . 40 16 for anything. 7 years financ- St. Itchg TRAILER PARK
last Thurs-
i T'Ti : Register Oil : 35 21 place position ing with low payments. HYWYNo. 1 mi. SE; of Keystone Hta
day night in the Blanding
I Carps 31 25 17. East Palatka dial 328- I FOR RENT FURNISHED on Route 100
; Bowling League after winning
1050 or 325-2048. tfchg.
I Pyrofax 30 26 Attractive one bedroom duplex tfcfcrf
4 points from the Vikings. Joe
D & W 28 28 FOR SALE 3 acres with apartment. Private drive-
1 V Forsyth 28 28 Warren had high game for dwelling and tool house at way. All tile bath central GULF STATION Grocery

__ \ \ Buff's 26 30 the Sidewinders with a 181. Graham. Write Box 1. Gra heat, modern thrOUghout. and variety on 301. Stock and
q't. \ and Neal Joyner was high for equipment at inventory. 3
1I "- V rc' I' M & R 25 31 ham. 2tp 2-21 Good location. Renner Apartments
c the Vikings with 179. room comfortable living quar-
Simpson Taxi 23 33 phone 964-5744. tfchg
\ MIu $ Polaris dropped 4 more SINGER SEWING MACHINE: ters. 2165 N. Temple Ave. or

I Long Bridge 14 42 points to the Falcons with CO. Sales & Service by authorized contact Freeman Register,
FOR RENT Furnished A-
Warren Ebling rolling a 206 representative. Con- partments. 1-& 2 bedrooms : Gulf, Agent Starke. 2tp 2-21,

\ \\ Girl Scouts game for the winners. Clifton tact: John Edenfield. 964- we pay lights and water. Con FOR SALE

To Observe Griffis was high for Polaris 6963, or Stump's Dept. Store tact 431 Center St. or Bulling Ready mix concrete, concrete

with a 178. 964-2651. tfchg! ton Appliances. Phone Day block, house piers, sand cement

\ '\\ / &- ,,_ Founder's DayThe The Nikes took 4 points FOR SALE: 17-acre farm, 2: 964-6551. Night 9647191.tfchg mortar mix rock steel.

Ij from the Titans behind the 1-2 ml. NW Lawtey 1 mi. oft] oyster shell limerock, roof

"I / local Girl Scout Troops bowling of Sidney Jackson 301. E. J. Raulerson. 4tp 3-7 PEYTON FLORIST gravel lintels. BRADFORD

III' '' ,/ I will observe Founder's Day. who had a 569 series with a FOR RENT Furnished and 119 S. THOMPSON ST. ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521,
Starke. tfchg
\\ ., '. '\ '( Feb. 22. by holding their Investiture 219 game for the winners. unfurnished apartments. Also PHONE 551-4155 T
f I III '' x S "'\' N 5 .Service at 7:30 pjn. High for the Titans was a 157 unfurnished 2 or 3 bedroom HASTINGS MATTRE
: $' in the Starke Woman's Club. by Harold Epps. houses. Reasonable rent. W. H. NIGHT 964-3891 or 989-1822
II, February 22 is the birthdayof Standings Won Lost Nollman. Starke. tfchz DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS

I Lord Baden-Powell founder Sidewinders .. 29 19 We Wire Flomn Anywhere 711 Lemon St. Palatka

: of the Scout movement.and Falcons ... ... ... 27 20% Income Tax Service tfcnz Furniture Repaired,

Girl Scouts all over the Titans ... ... .. 25 23 Charles E. Hatch&son INCOME TAX SERVICE. Upholstered & Refinished

t$ world hold annual observances Polaris . .. 21 27 BUTTRESSES REBUILTNew

o I to celebrate this anniversary.The Nike .. ... .. 21 27 Mon. Fri. After 5 P. M. SHORT AND LONG FORM Innersprings

) Iscal Girl Scout Troops Vikings ...... 20% 27% An Day Saturday BUSINESS AND FARMSCHEDULES and Box Springs

P-- .. -s, consist of a Brownie Troop, CALL 964-1195 Drop Us A Card or C UPALATKA

i I I I .' sponsored by Beta Sigma Phi CARD OF THANKSWe 521 Pratt St., Starke I Mrs. Clarence F. RhodenDallySA.3L9P.M. EA 5-9111
< Sorority Intermediate .
a n STARKE 964-5IJ4
'----- %_, 101 CI I$'IIIUftOUFGD'DIIWIlf are sincerely grateful to Chged 4-12
I'IIOIUIS: Troop. sponsored by the Junior Phone 964-3031 MRS. PEGGY 8HALLEB,

: Woman's Club, and a all our friends for their many 1128 N. ThompsonFOR SUrfee Alai ,

TMPAJWS Senior Troop, sponsored by acts of kindness and for their 20 acres unimproved, with 1
,f \' the Woman's Club. sympathy during the illness stream across one end. Price LOST White and lemon colored
= SALE-3 bedroom home.
$4,000 some terms. female'medium size pointer .
Each troop will have a partin and death of our friend. Rev. Hardwood floors tile bath.
40 acres with 4 bedroom and bird dog. Missing 2 weeks.
the Flag Ceremony, and Edward Crosby. We especially Conveniently located. Phone
2 bath Anyone knowing the where
will take want to thank Dr. Adams and home Selling at a
part in the program. 964-1834. tfchg
sacrifice, or will trade for duplex About of this dog Please no*
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS Pins stars. Wings, and Badges the other doctors, the nurses
thy! the Sheriff Office.
or large home in Gaines- PANSY PETUNIA & CAL-
will be awarded to the girls and the entire staff of Brad-
ville, Fla.STROUT. ENDULA plants for sale-Mrs _, 4tp 2-28
participating;, -.** ford County HospitaL Their
REALTY-U. B. 301 Ferguson phone 964-5571. EXPERIENCED WAITRESS:
206 West :Madison Street Starke, Florida I All parents and interested : many kindnesses have meant So. Starke Fla. Phone: 468- ml. from Starke on Hiway 18 I ES. Apply in person at Garden

friends are cord a1b"invited to I much to us.Mr.. and Mrs. 1768 Waldo, Fla. InorthJ. tfchs Restaurant tfchg
\ attend. J. H. Strickland



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I f;. h ii eItt 1 ii -- U S 301 -.: r IS Woods Fires

Reported Last Week

Legislature Will/ Be Asked For Curbs [! To Maxville The Florida Forest ServIce !,

headquarters reported five, fires -
I On Home Racketeers .._..< _..=_.=. '-_. ..,.,....>>- 1' .,: .
i I Repair : 7 : ;4-Lane Job SetThe t. with 25.2 acres burned in

. .fL
Bradford the
County during
J A legislative hearing of importance on rural home-owners and soliciting .v ai : ;fl past week. Since Jan. 1 there
I to many "victims" in this area will be home repair work without a permit. r : contract for four-lan-! .
held in the Each .... ing U.s. 301 in ? have been 30 fires with 156.9
Alachua County courthouse of them posted a $500 bond. Duval County : :
Friday morning at 10 o'clock. In another instance, a big, expen- from Baldwin to Maxville. is _.I ;' : -. :" acres burned as comparedwith I
:;b / :
Alachua County Commissioners are sive car, with an out-of-state license .. ..... expected to be included in 'L .. 51 fires and 350.4 acres
asking for legislation to regulate and parked in front of The Telegraph of- ': : I the State Road Department's burned during the same period -

control the actions of some unscrupulous fice the other day, and the driver came .,..v board March 26 bid letting, SRD C' last year.

rk home repair and remodeling con- in and asked to place an ad in the paper. : member Ralph Powers C
said this
f' tractors who have been reaping a rich The ad, it turned out, was one seeking ByGeorge Powers said week.the 8.2 r -
miles is
t harvest of "blood money" from unsuspecting homeowners who would like to have I probably the worst stretch of i

victims throughout Florida aluminum siding placed on their homes.It Hugginsworld major primary road in the FREE

t. -and perhaps the nation. Bradford and even carried the old shop-worn come- -- ..--.-- I state and has-needed improving --- --- I II

Alachua Counties seem to have been on of saying that "special rates" wouldbe for a long time.
My Taste we are acquiring one: I '
particularly hard-hit by this racket, given because the company wanted Just one week ago, Harvey hundred thousand new mouthsto It is expected to have all INSTRUCTION 1

one of the most vicious ever devised. some jobs to show for demonstration Williams, who does a little feed every(day.! With this the right of way and drain-I I ,

The Alachua Commission will ask purposes. farming east of Starke population increase. it is expected age easement matters settled!I
its legislative delegation to do "every- The Telegraph makes effort to in time to let the project in R.t6.O.LLL. CLASS FOR
an brought in a full pint of ripe,' that by the year 2,000,' I I
J. thing within its power to introduce protect its readers from fraudulent or juicy strawberries. Being the population will be nearly 400 I' March Powers said. If some I II

t .1 and pass appropriate local or statewide misleading advertising and we began first of the season, they were million people in the United I unexpected problem should a- -

j permissive legislation" which asking the gentleman some questions about the size of a pullet egg. States an By using all the rise it might delay the bid; BEGINNERSStarts
letting for 30 071i.
t would permit the commission to correct about his company, its reliability, financial All of us in the office had a land possible we will hope to Other 301 days, he added. '

this condition. responsibility, and other things. good taste and the rest were have at that time just one other WorkIn Tuesday
enjoyed at home. l arid one-sixth acres of Amer- developments on I
i In carrying out this objective, the After the first few questions, our U. S. 301 projects during the

Alachua delegation will have the able would-be advertiser said, "Oh, just for- While talking about straw- ican farm land per person. week, it was announced that Feb.l9,9:30A.M.

assistance of Bradford's Representative get it"_got in his car and drove off. berries, a reminder will be in Our farmers have a big job Marion Construction Co. of Hall-Quart Cokes Developed. I
A. J. Thomas Jr., wh. must be Obviously, he was up to no good, or he order that a good spray or to do now. Their responsibility ucaia was apparent low bidder I II I
I I given much of the credit for bringing would not have minded answering a dust schedule should be fol can do nothing less than -at $529,080 for fouManing I Al Gregory, manager of the three or four regular servings Bring A FriendOr
lowed. The two disease troub- increase as the years go by. Starke Coca-Cola Bottling Co. I Two With You
this unsavory scandal to light. As a few questions.The a 4.5 mile segment between of Coke.
member of the Legislature's interim; hearing in Gainesville Friday les that you might expect are Consumer demand is greatly Citra and Sparr, north of developed announced 16-ounce that a. newly-I In the Starke area, Coke isI I
leaf for the
responsible changes
spot and crown rot. If I
committee to investigate the problem, morning is open to the public and the Ocala. Bids on this project currently available Starke Lanes
you have a good bloom and that the farmer must put into Coca-Cola was introduced in In the fol- j;
I Rep. Thomas has devoted much time Alachua Commission would were opened Tuesday in Tall-
undoubtedly We almost the Starke area Feb. lowing sizes
some small fruit stick to Cap- practice. can say ahassee. on 18. : regular 6 1-2]
and effort to interviewing victims of be glad to hear from any persons tan. If bushes are good size, that American have no fool: Officials of The new, half-quart bottle retains ounce; king size, 10 ounc<5 Highway 100 South
( the home repair and construction racketeers who have been victimized the Jesup and the famous I II
by home
you can go up to 5 pounds of needs anymore. We just have Wayne County, Ga. last week Coca-Cola and 12 ounce cans, in addi-j PHONE 964-6261
t and compiling a mass of evidence repair wheelers-and-dealers now opera Captan to 100 gallons of wa- wants.In gave the go-ahead bottle shape, which is a trademark tion to I For League Information
I that will, it is hoped, put some ting in our area. Such information ter. If you notice apids or red Closing construction of signal for I I of the company. new halfquart1size. i -

of the scoundrels behind bars. might be helpful in throwing more spider add some parathion. Make receipts balance disbursements divided highway that a four-lane will by- II I Mr. Gregory states that the T --

I In spite of the widespread publicity light on the techniques used to hoodwink More About Tobacco and you will have pass Jesup to speed the flow new size is being introducedto

j that has exposed this racket in recent homeowners out of their property, Gene Crosby of Brooker was the best budget ever during I of tourists on U.s. 301. serve a growing segment of

t months it is. still beinj practiced, and and _this is needed if an effective leg- in- the office the other day 1963. Along with the bypass the soft drink consumer mar- iwc Health Facts

L new victims are being hoodwinked islative program is to be adopted. and bragging about his tobacco which will shorten 301 by ket which prefers the half-

\'j every day. The Bradford County Sheriffs All persons with any knowledgethat plants under plastic. The Biblical DramaTo several miles and avoid city quart size. "in" introducing f Its a fact that nerve energy flows

ji I office arrested three salesmen might be helpful should certainly only disadvantage he could Screen SundayAt congestion, will come full the; new bottle he said "we I f.,. .:T.: .\( from the brain over the nervous system to

in f one day recently, who were calling attend this important hearing. see right then was that the four-laning of the old 301 hope to make it more convenient -I ; ... ," every organ of the body. Without this
)f plants are too thick. Whenhe Fla. Theatre route through Jesup. for people to buy and < ; nerve energy the organs cannot function
told me the amount of The continuing serve Coca-Cola. For a number -I.
climb in
1SI normally Pressure on the spinal nerves
seed he used, it was to "Sodom and Gomorrah" traffic count 301 of years we have been i
easy on
r Suggestions For Lent pros- fi. :'_ is the most common source of fail
I doing extensive organ
I admit that his plants are probably the Biblical drama of the 'pects for a sharp gain as the research on lts
ure. Spinal adJuestments the trainedDr.
buying habits and trends relating by
I thick. Remember that world's most notorious king- route is tied into Florida'snew
(By The Rev. Raymond E. MacBlain\ ) material on churches and religious Bollinger Chiropractor restores health promptly and
under plastic cover you get' dom of sin and sacrilege is turnpike near Wildwood to soft drinks. Our survey -

: I Lent begins on February 27 and groups in the United States. up to three times as good germination set to open at the Florida brought on the pressure fora I shows that while the majority efficiently.

1 continues through' Easter. It is for as you do using Theatre Sunday. Monday and bypass around Jesup. j of people still prefer Bring Your Health Problems To
f HANDBOOK 0 F DENOMINATIONS cheese cloth cover. He will Tuesday, Feb. 24, 25, and 26.
Christians a time of renewal and revival the smaller bottle sizes a The Clinic
1 of the individual's spiritual outlook in the United States by FrankS. have some good plants to pull i In the film, Stewart Gran- I Bollinger Chiropractic
and probably have them THE RIGHT POINT for the growing segment of the mar-
Mead. early. ger stars as Lot, who leads the
and habits. It should be for most of us I 426 N. Walnut Street Starke, Fla.
For everyone who wants to know: When buying your tobacco Hebrews into the Valley of way you write. Come in and ket likes the 16-ounce pack-

( an atmosphere that surrounds us, an more about his religious neighbors. fertilizer remember that you the Jordan and into Sodom; select your favorite ESTER- age which will give aboutFour j i I Insurance Cases Accepted

experience that gets into our flesh and Here is complete information presented always want 2 per cent mag- Pier Angell plays Ildith Lot's BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE ----- .. _z .-.--- =
nerves and bones, a way of life. nesium in the formula.
:Most: wife who turns into a pillar of
and with utter fair-
clearly, concisely
4 Many thoughtful men, women and of our recommendatIons now salt: Stanley Baker partrays I

children w lcon e' the arrival of Lent as ness. are for a 4-8-12 analysis. I Astaroth, Prince of Sodom; NOW SEE WHAT'S NEW r

a period: when they can bring about read In a Farm magazine Rossana Potfesta is Shuah, GtPH.WITH .

I their own spiritual renewal by reading THE PROBLEM OF PAIN-by C. last month, that after consid- Lot's daughter; and Anouk .

I some_ appropriate book or books. S. Lewis. erable tobacco research, Georgia .Aimee. is Bera the pleasure AT YOUR CHEVRO ET DEALERS

I For such I: highly recommend the following }. The old problem of pain and :why Tecommending the mad Queen 'of' Sodom.. >Jr rt: c .._ :---Z BMM M** -.., .i '".-.-'.. -T: :. : > .
I : there must be suffering, mental and use of 4812. Our Experiment Twelve Biblical scholar su- -

physical is discussed in this book. It Station and Extension pervised construction of the
should help many people to revise what Tobacco Specialist Shelby legendary cities of Sodom and kinds of sport-atf super There's the Chevy II Nova, also available
THE MEANING AND MESSAGEOF in an SS version. Special instrument
they have taken for granted and to Brothers. has been recom- Gomorrah built) on the Moroccan G If
LENT-by Eugene R. Fairweather.This Want to make spring come in a hurry? cluster. Front buckets. All-vinyl trim.
mending 4-E-12 for at least
book tells how an understandingof see the possibilities ,which have not occurred -. three dessert near Quarzazate Just pick a new car with whatever you Distinctive SS identification. Fourteen-
years. for ,the filming.A hanker for in wheels and with full wheel
to them before. performance and sporty trim inch tires
Lent the }life of the Fat
can Stock Show
startling feeling of realitywas mings-like bucket seats, 4-speed shift, disks. Three-tfpeed shift or I'owerglide'
Church and of the individual Chris THE SEVEN DEADLY The ninth North Florida gained by more than 100 lots of horses-and start driving it now. with floor-mounted shift console.Or .

tian. SINSbya Livestock Show will be held days on location in Morocco LifeIT'S Chevy's got a lot of sport in four entirely the Corvair: Monza Spyder with complete -
group of writers. different kinds of instrumentation special identification
in Madison next Monday. Tom cars. -
out of the 11 months required
THE PSALMS FOR THE COMMON The series of essays on the Seven Edwards will have an Angus to film this spectacular pro- First. the Jet-smooth! _Impala!! Super and an air-cooled_ Turbocharged Six.
Sins aroused such :Sport with choice of 7 And for a real
Deadly widespread Steer in this Show. This event your wallop. seethe
\ READER-by Mary Ellen Chase. duction. The City of Sodom,
different engines that stunning Corvette Stii i! >
when H
interest and enthusiasm it was range up
has grown to the that
The author gives the origin and authorship it point as seen in the pictua is actually to 425: hp and that include the SUPER SPORT Ray, winner of the "Car LiiV"19G3
Times that
in the
of the Psalms, their various featured Sunday there will probably be 100 fat a fortified desert village popular Turbo-Fire 409* with ( Award for Engineering
and fascinating types, their poetic was decided to issue it in book form. I steers and 75 or more hogs carved out of rock some A 340 hp for the ultimate in Excellence.All .
Here are the reflections, profoundand on exhibit. The showing and the southern in four beautiful
structure, the thought and idea which 4,000 years ago on smooth responsive driving told con
filled the minds of their writers, and witty, of nine illustrious writerson judging of cattle will be Mon- slopes of the Atlas Mountains modern traffic. Optional equip- vertibles, four handsonu-
which those themes that have fascinated man- day afternoon. The Show of in southern Morocco. ment, including Comfortilt coupes. You'll get a ('Jur-
the many literary devices kind and been central to human con- swine will be Tuesday morn- Daily the troupe had to awakeat steering wheel that adjuststo barrel kick just; looking t th :HI>i

writers employed in composing these duct since the beginnings of civilizedlife. ing and the sale of all animals dawn, ride jeeps 40 miles GREATLIFE your convenience, makes it over-and a whole lot inure
ancient and beautiful poems. will be Tuesday at 7 p.m. Dr. across the desert fighting i as super a sport as you'd like. fun out of driving oue'Optien.oi !

T. J. Cunha head of the An- sand and winds to 'reach the _. at extra e, "
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CHILDREN AND RELIGIONbyDora imal Husbandry Department set then work all day in a
P. Chaplin. Advice to teachers and All of these books are available, at'''at the University of Florida, broiling sun and finally ride F

parents about the religious instruction the Public Library. Visit your library will judge the cattle. Ken back to their primitive quar-
and take out one or more books for Durrance swine specialist !
of the young. A very valuable book ters. They endured the severe
for those engaged in Christian Educa- your Lenten reading. with the Agricultural Exten- contrast of the desert climate,

tion. This is an evidence of one more sion Service, will judge swine. from 110 degrees temperatures ,-4.... I-... .

valuable service that the Library and More Food Needed during the day to near I '

RELIGIONSOF its Staff are giving to Bradford Coun Reading in a National Growers freezing at night.MAYOR'S .
A GUIDE TO THE and Shippers
AMERICA\ edited by Lee Rosten. ty. week. an article by the @ -..,-. .- F .W
The famous LOOK MAGAZINE\ There will be a discussion of a more Chancellor of the Universityof COURTMayor To be sure her '4 c '

series on religion-plus facts, figures comprehensive list of books in a future California, who points up Randal Chitty heardan home's always secure, ..
articles and comprehensive reference issue of the paper.for the need and responsibilityto
even dozen cases in a. ask your Gulf Life r *
do our best in the produc- j'4 ,:
routine session Monday nightin
I tion of food for our nation. representative howAdaptA.Plan -
Starke Mayor's Court:
Mrs. Hipple 79 I, the young people. and also P. O. NoticeOf The writer says that "In our .
There were two cases each can 1
assisting with the music in 1
Services Held Part Service of failure to yield rightofway off j' ,
I the worship services. For six pay your mortgage. "
and causing an accident, .
Monday In StarkeMrs. years she taught Bible Les- This Friday Mr. Yates/55 public intoxication, and reck- !
sons and choruses to a groupof ,

Florence Sbley Hippie. children at 'the Ensey Play Friday. Feb. 22, being WashIngton's Services Held less There driving.were single cases for GulfLife I It Ij
Lot each week and she
79, of the, ParkofthePalmsnear Birthday and a national disorderly conduct by shop-
died also president of the local the Starke j
Keystone Heights holiday. Last SaturdayPaul lifting, running a traffic
Saturday morning in a Starke WCTU. post office will not make de light, driving while intoxicated. -

hospital after an extended ill- Surviving are two step- liveries on its routes nor provide destroying city property,
ness. She had been a residentof daughters Mrs. H. C. Brite of ordinary window services. Benjamin Yates 55, of disorderly conduct by leavinga

Keystone for 12 years, : Summit, N. Jn and Mrs. Rob- Acting Postmaster Blake Jack Starke died Thursday, Feb. service station without pay- I

coming. there from Morris- : ert Huston of Morristown, N. son announced, however, that 14, is a Jacksonville hospital ing for gasoline and viola- _
town. N. J. J.; and a brother Edgar D. from 9 a.m. to 12 noon there after an extended illness. He tion of a city ordinance by INSURANCE
Sibley, Reading Pa. will be mail delivery i was born in New Market, Va. COMPANY [1 ]
Born Aug. 12, 1883 In Vine- .open a breaking the seal on a gas
land N. J., Mrs. Hippie wasa Funeral services were'heldat window only.Persons I on Sept 14, 1907 and was a' meter.
member of the Lutheran
retired school teacher. She 2 p.m. Monday in the De- and businesses nor -
Church. He operator of --
Witt C. Jones Chapel with J. mally receiving mail on the
was a very active member of the Yates Restaurant U.
T. Quigley F. R. Sacher and city routes or general delivery on I _4 I I 4
the Fundamental Gospel Tabernacle Rev. Fred Dodd officiating. may call during this time S. 301 north of Starke. I ALL I, \% LI \

of, Starke, teaching Burial was in the Keystone for their mail or parcels, Surviving are his wife.I MP41 BES1W\S"fS\ I : -- .
Beatrice Booth Yates of;
Flannelgraph Bible Lessons Heights Cemetery. Jackson said.
Starke; two sons. Paul B.!

Yates of Starke and Donald _

Lee Yates. Long Beach, Calif,; I' Remember That Special Occasion With 1.._

three brothers, Russell and ,, .-
I John Yates. both of Stras- FLOWERS from 3--_ _
$1 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH burg Va.; David Yates, Long-III _

(flAcur 01u bottom Ohio; and two sisters!
Mrs. Lena Fisher and Mrs ,__ Top-Corvette Sting Ray Sport Coupe and Coneir Monza Spyder Club Coupe.Below- -

0 FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY Edna Holsinger. both of Stras- COLONIAL FLORIST left ChmoUt Impala SS Convertible;right, Chevy II NON 400 SS Cwxribte. (Attfovr amlallt

.4 1 itI UNDER THE SAME MASTHEADE. burg Va. in both Swjtrerfi&k and'foupe models. Super Sport and Spyder equipment optional at extra coat.)
The body was sent to Stras-
L. MATTHEWS. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER burg, Va. where funeral ser- .ig Starke's Oldest Florist and only See four entirely different kinds of cars at your Chevrolet dealer's Showroom
16, at 4 pjn. in the Strover
Funeral Home Chapel with, GATEWAY CHEVROLET INC.u.
burial in the family plot 1n i WIRED ANYWHERE-WORLDWIDE .
IN TRADE AREA ONE YEAR ss.oo SIX MONTHS '1.75 New Market Cemetery. I Phone 964-6291 506 E. Nona St. ,

OUTSIDE TRADE AREA .ONE. YEAR $3.so Six MONTHS '%.00 DeWitt' C. Jones was in <: DOT BAGWELL, Manager u. s. 301 (NORTH); STARKE, FLA. 954.3900
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HiGHtHtS ImprovementGroup Site DietWhile.Fighting '. la Behsario Thursday, of last, I
: KEYSTONE Preparing Enjoy Family 1ELRO&E j .GRANDINBs week. .'

I.. MeetsSam For- Future Homer Fire Night SupperTuesday : Mr. and Mrs. Horace Een-

d By Mary, IL Schaef f er. By Mrs. Alice Sothhanmer Charlejf BrantleyIf i nell. of, Sanford were visiting.
Saunders._Clay .County .Keystone Woman's,!: .Warren: g. Rupple 69, of F b. 12 was the MrSf, Annie Sikes and, Sirs.

&_t AA.A_ _A A_>.. ,. kAAAAAAAA AA AA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4ii representative to the. state : Club held 'nom.Jts.. Executive.! Rill rest.. south of ,Keystone big day for Boy Scouts l and 'w....... ........... .... !..... T... ijo$ Brantley on MQiyJaj.Mrs. I
7.'I"" : legislature,..and Dr...R.,M.Pat-r Board.meeting and the monthly -.! Heights. 01SIt, 100. ,. died I their families "fa Keystone Lions ClubQuenton I CalUe Rye, and Jimmy.
EstreultaC1u [ 1 '
) Keystone Council terson,. ,Clay County. School i businass. meeting on Tuesday Thursday' afternoon, Feb. 14,: Heights marking the annual. you by any chance missed -i, of Grajiditf and'Loretta' Lute I

t. Plans Chicken Dinner I Eyes New Charter Board member addressed the I jvoj. 12, at 1 and 2 p.mJ! apparently of. a heart attack! Scout family- night supper. Governor 35L Rumph, of Jacksonville District .the.column, last,week.your. : of P.alatka took Mr Vira
The Estrellita Club monthly : Clay County/ School Improvement resnpctivelv.! ; while fighting a wild Lfire, .in'': After the. covered dish supper at correspondent, was under the. Herring to Gainesville Sundayto
presided aLions
meeting,was held at 2 p.m. I j jon For 1961 Session Committee at its monthly The aspnda of! the- executive -I the. area = i a program was presented meeting held' Thursday Club weather 'with the virus.. Finalr. spend,- the week with her

,. I Feb. 13, with 18 members .meeting in Green. Cove meeting was to formulate lIiup 1 was, & caretaker, I(, with the posting of the colors : .the Woman.'s Clubhouse.nightat I i ly gQt qver iW so .can'- get to ,' daughter Mrs. Lamar Clough.

t answering roll call. It was an The Keystone Heights.Town Springs Monday.. .Jim Lytle of several legislative changes qn the property of Mrs. K. M. j jBabcock. by Senior Patrol l Leader Thomas Also' attending were the President i work. this week." .. They stopped to"see Mrs. John

enthusiastic meeting led by Council met. in special-session Orange Park. chairman of the in the bv-laws. These were! ,and. _had lived. L at i, Bird, and lour other_ of the Kfcystone Lions :| Mr. and: Mrs. Harris Herring j Herring and family white in

president Estha Stringer. All Tuesday night to discuss with school committee introducedthe presented ,as recommenda. HiUcrest! for_about. ,five years.., Scouts. club, Charles McGlave, Dis-: of Palatka visited. Mrs! Gainesville.. -

,. ..members are also members of town attorney Myron Prevatt speakers. tions at thebusiness meeting, He was originally from Stamford Scoutmaster Barry Wymart 't4. 'Committee. Chairman Vira Herring on Sunday. of }t v.: John Minder, a. tearti-
the Eastern Star. some have the submission of the new Rep., Saunders disc\1ssed\ 'the for' the membership information ,,Conn, ang.,was a-retired i introduced' C. J. O'Connor, ,and, members, of the Waldo '1I last. week. I er at Trinity: Bible College* at.

I membership in other chapters town charter to the 1963 Leg- problem of school financesand and RfLtion.I machinist, I Neighborhood'Commissioner' Club. All persons interested 'in Garr'Gornto from the '8an' Clearwater waS visiting Mr.

IT iri Florida a's well as in other islature. taxation, while Dr. Pat;. I The president Mrs. Julius ":.The. .car tater' ; body wasdiscovered .:wh in.'turn presented the new ;Lippis/n, AT invitedto attfnl Diego Naval Base is spending:: and Mrs. Eugene Brantleyon
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states-even so far as Ohio terson's remarks were confined by Tommy, Troop Charter to the a couple of weeks with his
The new charter was passed : : Hanson. announced two appointments rDasher.en 'preSi"l the next. meetiag! which will Saturday. .
l.1 and' Kansas. -This ,club is the by the 1961 Legislature to Clay County problems. tn the Nominating employee; of, Clay Electric 'dent of' the. Rotary. Club; be.heidf) arch J2 at th Womtan's family, Mr. and Mrs, H.' H'I, Mrs. Mary Smith of. .

working hand of the East- and approved by a majorityof Rep Saunders said that the Committpe: Mrs- Harold- Sut- Cooperative, who_happened to :ron Prevatt, who,spoke-cz: the 'Qlub.- At this meeting it Gornto and.family, They met George's Lake was visiting Mr.

j.. qrn Star. The Club completed. voters in a town referen- legislature must provide. ton. chairman and Mrs. A. P.Crosbv. : be in the vicinity' at'th time 'importance-- of-- Scouting! and 'wI1! be decldep j if interest is his- plane in Jacksa \iU and Mrs. Jack: Grout Monday

plans for a Fried Chicken I I dum.. Shortly after however enough money to. educate the The membership ejected of.the fire The body, 'was lying :-...how: it affects the livesofboys. I strong. ougl to form Lions Mr. and Mrs. Lamax Cloush Mrs. Rebecca, Brantley'of,
(jinner to be held at the Masonic I the legality of the new char- young people of.the state, suggesting Mrs. Bert Christoffers.Sr. 'on the ground, and- a : i at Gainesville and Douglas, I '
i Hall on Saturday, March. two methods by which! broom, with which the : Mr. Prevatt then .Club at Melrose. visifed Gallic Melrose was visiting: her parents. -
ter was challenged by KeY- i ., Mrs. Leo LeBlanc, and: : caretaker : presented} W4i an' .' Gar Mrs. .Rye, Mr. and Mrs Weldon
Club .
:3, from 5:30: till 7 p.m. Plates stone attorney :Frennnt Tolleg the necessary- funds could be. Mrs. Olive Stevens. This committee had been fighting the the;: Troop Cha\ter..ro Scoutr-J *' last. weekend. ': .
will be $1.25 for adults; 5c on the grounds that \it had not:. raised. One of these would be -will announce the slateat blaze, was on fire. master .Barry Wyman, who :the Woman'js: Club will.hold Mr. arid Mrs. Harvey Doug; Brantley on.'Monday.Mr. .

tPr children' under 12. This been properly advertised in a to broaden the state salea tax the business meeting 'on 'Thinking the man might 'expressed. thanks to,.the Ror, ,a meeting Wednesday, Feb. ,: las and Debbie have rented and Mrs. FarneH ofE

t Ijrice-:includes Iwine-madedes-_ local newspaper prior! to the to ..cover all: items; aId the March '12. Election will take have been overcome by- smoke, tary. club fqr sponsoring I 20. Mrs.' Allen Graham of i the- Brockman cottage 'They' rnandina Beach were among
!frt. Proceeds will ba for the referendum vote. other alternative would. be to place April Nominations Dasher immediately had a Troop 105. This marks 101 Winter Park, a former resident -I I I came here. from Macclen 1y.1 t, the but-oWown visitors it

benefiUol tha building. fund. Since the legality had been change, the real estate tax from the. floor may bc-made I resuscitator and started revival years of. Scouting.in Keystone| of Melrose will be guest I': Mr- Douglas working on: the, Paran:.Church Sunday uiornng. -.
Desserts pies and cakes] will questioned the 1961 Town law 80it'would be possible to if the candidate has been,. atempts? by-: mouth-to-I Heights. ,| speaker. Hostesses will' b&' road. construction crew. II 'f" '

be donated by members. Council set aside the new taqtha first $1.000, of asses contacted and agreed to run.I mouth breathing. Gene.. Williams chairman, Mrs..J. Williams, Mrs. C. Max- I IDs:: Ercell Sap and' Judywent I Word has been received thaiDavid

Mi's. Bea Schroeder will charter and continued to operate sed value,no' homesteads.exempting Hostesses for the social Dr. D. Christoffers and i of-.the Troop Committee, in- '.son, Mrs. R. F. Simmons..Mrs. to Nahunta Ga, to: see-, Rye was. surprised 4q.,

have: charge of, tickets. Kitch- under, the 1925 charter. t1e next $5,000 then hour were: Mrs. Mildred King i! .the Clay County Rescue Unit tipducedhis committee:.Jo n IS. Sash- off. Mrs. G. Rippcyand Mr. and Mrs. Stcy Kelly j I find that John Mack New-

etn cooks will be Estha String The present council also op- again- taxing 'all over ,6000. and Mrs.-Elva Scott. Arrangements arrived'about. ten minutes later Bird, treasurer: ;, William J : Mrs. W. MeLaughlin. and family, last \\eekend!, ;.&WPJ! $? Starke has been. &si
Irene Williams. Marguerita It is estimated thatthis would, and it determined Beam. secretary CO-OiL Iettinr 'I J grVed.to, saijw base a
er. erating under the old law. I were made for a visit was ; Deqniq: De-i I' I Mr. and' Mrs. Charily HU1 the
Schroeder Linnie Schroeder, Council Chairman Den bring. .about I120.QOO additional to the Pearsall Indian Museum that death had occurred priorto Wjtt, ;Lew MJIir, Max'Mooney- .. :The District 2 Ca-Op. will ll of Charlotte N. C., visited Fort: ) arcbuctl, Arizona. Both.

and Marie Qrosby. Azzie Williams Pangborn reviewed the new revenue into the Clay County in_ Melrose on Feb. 19. Mr Dasher's,, arrival. ham Charles ,Toiford, and hold .a meetingTjiurfiday- Mrs. Callie Rye on Sunday. boys 'at? studying electronics..'

will be chef at the fried charter and asked each councilman school system each year. Members and friends inter- .Ray B. Chance. Clay. Coun Bill Reynolds ,Jr.; .1 j 11fgllt. Feb. 21 at 7:30.: at the The )Walter Moodyfamily.1 j tr. and Mrs. Raymond Lit-
chicken kettle. Mattilee Kings- to give it careful study _Reo. Saunders said he, ested in going were to meetat ty. Director of,: CtaUi Defense. \JScoutmaster .Barry. Wyman!i I high school auditorium. ar4. now living atx their came lick''and' children of DayCon.

ibury will preside at the cofr before the next meeting. Two might offer an. amendment to the educational building at expressed commendation of g ave. a, summary of Scouting I, Church. News. in the: Qeala. National 1 Forest I I Ohio are'\ visiting Mr. and-

urn. Mrs. Elva,Scott, Dor- further,revisions to the char- the. .state constitution covering 2 p.m. Mr- Dasher for his rpmpt action activities! j in 1962 stating that The World Council of and. the childr.en; are going to Mrs.. James Sapp and' family

% ohKoons.: and Lillian Ennis ter were. offered, by Councilmen this at the next meeting And here is a piece of good i in starting, naouth-to- the-troop J was in fine. shape .1 Churches will sponsor a "Dayof school in, Palatka. I bra few days. .

t P \tJI;11 decorate and be in charge Al Watson and Bill of the legislature.Dr. news:' Plans are in the making mouth resuscitation- efforts so ari bas..45 boys on the roll, Prayer" which will be presented Mr,and'.Mrs Irving Ormond I "

f o{ the dining room. Other Beam suggested that consider- Patterson agreed.with for a repeat performanceof promptly. "From by own experience He.also.gave, things and great by the Melrose Episco- of. loterlachen were visiting.' PARAN, BAPTIST CHUBCij

I.I, members will be waitresses, ation be. given to a mayor- R p.,.Saunders and said that the Variety Show under the ,, i ita easy to learn. prais i.to the merit badge pal, Methodist and Presbyterian Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hutson j GRANDIN. FLA. ,
all lending a hand to the commissioner form of town t this method of. raising uipney direction of Mrs. Joe Daurerof theoretical resuscitation, but counselors who have helped Churches at the Trin- last Saturday.Mrs. i

"! pleasure of the guests. government. for schools was. also. endorsee Melrose. The tentative date to.put-,this 4ntp,. actual practice the boys.so.much.P.atfol ity Episcopal Church 0 n :, Sunday "sVrTool, 10 a. m.'Morning .

Hostesses for the social hour Chairman Pangborn said by the Florida Educational of March. 29. has been set.. .. under:.advise: conditions, .demonstrations, were March 31 at 2 o'clock. : Happy Clermont.Pierce and- Ro.. ': W,*sWP' 11.. *,J 9*

preceding- Feb. 13 meetingwere these proposed changes would( Association. Both agreed with Project_ Chairman, Mrs. Her- requites .a certain amount offortitude next with the Apachee Patrol The Woman's Society of bert went to to the sea| Training Union, 1:30: : p. &.

Mrs. Marguerita Schroeder. be discussed at future meet- changing the minimum foundation bert Nelson and' Mrs. ,Elva .. that many people do demonstrating ,MorSe Code I Christian. Service. will' hold a Mrs. H. T. Pierce .over Ejening W rship. 7:30: p. m.

and Mrs. Daisy Hall and. .ings. law from 40 per cent Scott will announce. the completed not.haveChacce; .said. Mr. signaling;. and first aid. The i ."Day Apart: meeting. at, the I weekend. Midweek.Prayei Meeting.we
not Mrs. Edith Thornquistand. ,\ <- county, share to 25 per cent. arrangements in the, Dashers action speaks for-the. Flaming.Arrow Patrol demonstrated -! Methodist Church here Wednesday Rev. and Mrs. y. J. Majorof : nudut 730. p. JD._ .
.Mrs. Ruth Ohlson, as previously go, to the Boosters Club. Dr.. Patterson also recommended .. near future. There-will be new. outstanding safety training camping. I ;, Fb( 20. Mrs. R. E. Palatka was calling on Mr. ..oZlppeJ' .! ttLs ..*LUMflridf -- ,
and Weldon Brantley
announced. At the ,KIIS Bank.Meeting that the minimum acts, and a few changes. that conducted! by- Clay Electric The program was,concluded I IbY.the Rutland-; of. Mclntosh will. be Mrs. r'd' C *iity Tflf'CnIlIJ"1.

March 13 meeting. Mrs. Helen. Monday night. Feb. 25. there foundation money be basedon should behoove everyone' to operative? he added' ,, Scoutmaster thanking .in charge of the program. last Sunday. .I .,. -l*:
Pinon and Mr&. Nell King will be a meeting for all students the present year's enroll- see'it again! Mr.Rupplefhad: ,survivors. everyone for attending, and! Mrs, George. A, Newell of Rev and Mrs. Paul Travis ; jj.: .f l: (

will] be hostesses.C.D. interested in being in ment rather than the present At the annual meeting. of except one ,niece His body expressing thanks to everyone! Gainesville, Mrs.. R. A. Alley were dinner guests, of. Mr.. Are YQU: Ptepared': : (

Plans Barbecue the Keystone High School basis of last year's enrollment Clay Electric Co-op, the 'oman's. wjfl, .he ,cFeamaed, and ,com .Who. helped with Scouting in. of:: .Qcala, and Mrs. Crosby and: Mrs, Eugene Brantley} :
Mr. Lytle pointed out that the m tt services, held later : and. last Sunday. .. To Live ..
aV in family. '
The Keystone Heights Unit: band, and for their parents Club. will man the Coke 1962.. will be speakers.
too. Full two major problems in the Spring Valley. N.: Y. Local arrangements > I : Some of the Brantley child- 1
of Clay County Civil Defense particulars will be stand, with Mrs. A. F. Crosbyas Duplicate- Bridge- ; ASK YO1Th nULY 3L4K
r will hold a Pig Barbecue on given one the cost of buyingan Clay County schools as the chairman. are in charge. of Keystone Golf The winners of the Melrose ren were home from school '
committee saw them wereteachers' DeWitt C. Jones Funeral week with virus infecftio L. R. BRAULT
Saturday March 9, starting instrument, and the cost Remember to play theWoman's Duplicate Bridge Club for last last a
at 5 p.m., at the Masonic of renting one. Instrumentswill pay and shortcomings Club-sponsored Duplicate : Iqp1; i t. 4*. J I TournamentResults: week theiudi.the following: }}. They are all wen now .... pnON!:' 4754151I

Lodge. be on display. with in curriculum due to lack and back in school.l; ....,. ..
Tickets will be $1.IIas.Beenj an expert Bridge at the Masonic Given Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss Iva p -lz".i\ A"'
of adequate teachers. Two C iwicted'OfTheft HiW1? \OD .9(
to demonstrate and evaluate fLake .. }
Gam Set Hall on Monday evenings. -- Hillirer .firstplacet Mm no- Mrs. Neba Nazworthy a \ I

Saturday night, Feb. 23. them. tions During from a the period group,of Dr.ques-Patterson Contact' Chairman Bee Cooper prom + : 'In th Annual. George Continued on,Page.. 8-A) _Geneva. and Neptune--!.II' 1_ : ,,,-. <..'
there will be a re-play of the The meeting will be in the said that he recentlyhad Director of Play Louis Washington Silver Trophy : l .1 -
Keystone school cafetorium starting at Kyle or Treasurer Lucille SpthigLake.: Home. I
"Has-Been's" vs. Tournament played at Keystone -
an informal meeting with
Melrose "Has-Been's". which: 7:30: p.m. p Vie. i Heights Country Club KEYSTONE
school officials from Putnam Two Jacksonville. ? men were HEIGHTS .. MELROSE
was poorly attended the first i PTA Founders Day and Alachua Counties regard- The Garden Division of the convicted Tuesday of breaking lastr Sunday, Ed- Moore and .
time on account of extremely Remember PTA tonight ing the establishment of Woman's Club under the direction Bill Lee won Low Gross in
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,entering! ,.a, lakeside home
bad weather. The game will [Thursday] at 8 p.m., in the tri-county high school at Key- of Mrs. Sarah Mc- neaj+: Keystone Heights_ 'and the First Division. Fremont
begin at 8 p.m. Proceeds will school cafetorium. This will stone Heights. He plans to Investigate Donald celebrated Arbor Day Tolles. ,ana. Herb Louth won BUSINESS DIRECTORY
stealing; a refrigerator. valued ....
bo theannual Founders' Day this further if the by planting four oleander at: $1'50 Low 1'etI
.Program and it promises to people of Keystone Heightsare trees on the site oL the newWoman's ".'._ ',::- .. I.ixi the. Second Division Fay .
A.PCount3. q1rui. jury.returned rnn- ? t. _
be interesting. Clubhouse. Appreci- Mangel and. Wait' Let Us Birthday Parties favorable. toward such acombnatlon. ation is extended the ,Boy : the. verdict, against. bergh wonLow Gross; Lois Olson APPLIANCEST iLuL1JK; RESTAURANTS.,
Richard, Sight.: and Ro- .
Scouts of Troop 105 who. assisted ,25. and Huntley. Redfearn i
Mrs. Catherine Rose entertained *
SAVEYour for her daughter Glen- I Rep. Saunders expressed an the committee so ably. lajid Bill;!: 23f Judge, Edwin Sr;..Low NetIblowins ,. V' Service Center Keystone
opinion that the improvementof JQJle defense attorneys .
$, gave Lake
da. on Saturday afternoon.Feb. Visitors making the treck tto the tournament Brooklyn
State Road 100 through l4day inwbJch..to\ fije a. mo- 3. R. TRIES, Proprietor
Soles 16, with a birthday par- the site on Feb. 13 were a- $ a.j buffet supper and social Millwork Shop
Keystone Heights, and the tipn/for hew Pub !
f. trial..The : Authorized. Motorola. Restaurant
ty. Glenda was 10 years old four-laning of mazed at the transformation ; lour'is enjoyed. by, aJLOn I ,
on Sunday Feb. 17. She and! from Highway 17 created in clearing the lot. wp men.demed? pn the. Monday, Feb. 18. theWomen's Sales and Service CABINETS DOOBS *
Green Cove to Jackson- j
COURTS Service On All Makes
her ten little. guests enjoyedall Several club members and a 8te4c ? tijat. they broke into Golf Association, of STEAKS CHOPS
ville will bring more people RADIO STEREO: I WINDOW FBAMBS
OE REPAIR sorts of games and favors. into few husbands spent a goodly the home of [ClydeHurst onSpringLake.Chief the Keystone,Heights Country TV -
Clay County and that Increased witless.fortqe ,Work Guaranteed-TV' Rentals, SCREENS Seafoods Ordera To Go.
and the refreshments Including time on the lot tying identifi- : Club held their weekly olajr.
126 North Court St. population will bring state. was another Jacksonville Keystone Heights, 473-4651: I Trio MaterUb OPEN
a beautiful birthday about cation tags to trees and shrubs this .being the first of five

Opposite Court House I'I cake made by Evelyn Scales schools.improved quality of the to be retained. Arrangementsare man,. Jerr McMillian annual tournaments known:: as AUTO I SERVLCETerrell's Sub Made Tt 0Ke"Stotie T Dayi 6A. M. till Midnitt
were delicious. Glenda receiv- also completed for widen- who testified that he was the Tolles. TrDP l7. Tournament "
Keystone ing the road. Interested persons present when ..the, robbery occurd. -I The five trophies: will Heights 473-4285 1-4. Mi. N. ot StopMfc

Girls may visit the site by .. Charges.against Mc-: be j given by Zee Tolles...President '-. -. w -- C7toflrHeightql ..

: RunnersUpForConference : turning in at the Tullis sign Millian,are .pending. ..of the Association.. The Gulf ServiceNew NURSERY .

on Rt. 21 and driving a block. Kight. was brought ,to Jhetrlal. IftSl Trophy. was,won by.Pan- I ,J ...

Title from. the State Prison, sy Hawes. These tournament. & Used: Tires REAL ESTATE .
Up = All Sizes I .
I where, he is .serving a fOUl I will be Novel Handicap] Tour From $3.00 Clemens NurseryCitrus II .,
Lubrication- Batteries Acoe8.
Keystone Heights girls' won Feb. 14. Martha was lour years year term for a holdup in Du- naments. I .
the runner-up trophy in the old on Sunday Feb. 17. yal County. He and Bell are On Monday, Feb.. ,25, the QPEN 7 A. M. 7:30: P. M. trees $2.50 to ''''95, J' T :

I St. Johns River Conferencelast Party guests included Katie also accused of breaking into Women Golf Association will yo. Heights. 473-4279: s.m*in.fruit, Canoed Bare C. J.. Petq.O/Coimdr/

week and placed the Gaboardi, Sheri Prevost, Willie another home on Spring Lake. start, Team Play which will I

/ j players Ruby Lane Smith. Brett DeWitt Joey. White- last four weeks Electrical Contractors, auMaleaa .. 'REALTOR
. S for f 1.00 to 'LOG ea.Hiway .
.. rx' I Virginia Campbell and Jariei! j head, Hank Morgan Yaeko The Women's Golf ,Committee Jackson Electric Co REAL EST TI'- : -
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-- 'i'. : j .::. McMurtry- on the AU-Con- Hinck, Helen Whitehead. Friday: ;ike sambas_ Tuesday..Saturday :. will hold. a special 100 at fflllcrwt MORTGAGES AJTEJUSAIJ

I "".. T ? .' ference Team.. Dianne BrokasI Margaret Oaboardi Mary Alice ; 9.a.m. till 5 pan. meeting on Monday, Peb 25fDllowing. ELECTRICAL <;QNTUATOR 5% MUst; East of-
I I was given honorable mention., DeWitt. and Martha'saunt Have sou.! visited your Lib- the. weekly. tournament. House. Wiring Rtoctric: Range Keystone Heigfattf TeL 47&4Z.

_ y *f .. I j The girls beat Baldwin by Miss Anna McCullough arylately Have, you. taken and Water Heater, Repairs Work Keystone lf'elgte .
- General Electric Ir ; '
.t 113 points in their first game and her god-mother. Ellen ;1.. little; time to took, in the .Repair .1
of the tournament in Crescent Morgan., window? We wouW- like to 1 Call "Toby"1 FOB'All Your' WinifrcdH..CRWFPRP.. \

': City..They lost the championship Duplicate Results commend- our Library Clerk grateful to all those, hardy Electrical Needs U1tSIN. 'COilTAINEBS- !. ,

I t 1. C* !I game to Bunnell ..Satur Mrs. Reha. .... .. and. Mrs. (Helen. L .wr iic'et-' .for, the atActive .souls who patronized their Keystnnti Heights Jlu,44fl75 1 $Uo To 5.00 I

: day night by a score"of,4030.: Lucille Davie held high *score I display and,seasonal Bake.Sale on Saturday,morn UK18,1: .,. Plenty. of B1 $& Camellia :
: Dianne Brokas was high scorer at the Duplicate Bridge play puticemepls to read that. she ing Feb. 16. It wa& a cold. Camellia .Iter. .Real rt&wrei.thAg ,

: in the Saturday night game on Monday evening Feb. 11. has, Jjeen ma1ng. We have: dismal day and it is the opinion Edna'William* from 50c up. Rare I' -
I What Price r.M t with 11 grafted, $!T.5o' *p. Plenty of I PrcpertiMBa 1" Acufr eB&io
\ ',"d .J points. Mrs. Helen PhelpS. and Mrs. foundC the;; Libruy a most I of the two. ,above men-
-' M, City
The boys lost out on the Louise Logsdon were second pleasant.restluj place to spend tioned ladies that. that location Evergreens 'and' Landscape .

PEACE OF, tMIND,? ; first go-round dropping their high, while- Mrs. Anna James j a-Jittk time' and. we 'and I was the coldest spot in FLOWERS' Plants' 4 .t1omea..2twt1.: .. ".v"Wa

game to Crescent City 57-44- and Mr Norman_ Thompson,. llenbav.ehad some pleasant town! They appreciated the.!i For Afl oc uIoi : .1&D aome. Tike A Persoiuila ztsrE IL
For less than you pay for your daily newspaper, ,.. They placed. two players on Sr., were third. I reminiscing together. I t: hospitality of Library Clerk j$ WtM: Rhone:, OR ft2Uli .10fJf L '

you'can! enjoy the complete' sease.!of' security thatcornea the honorable mention list: 1 All interested bridge players Melrose H.D. ,Club j jj I Helen. Lawrence and Library i i 0.,C..CARNES NURSERY Your R4qu1r-
Jimmy McMurtry and. Boo are: invited to the duli-II I The Melrose Home Demon- Board Member Bee Cooper, ,INSURANCE Midway: KevttMM.ffiwiy JI.,. .'
'from knowing that your valuables are/at all Jackson. I cate games which are.h6l on.I stration Club.will meet Thurs : who served them hot coffee. Hlway 10*;'23 rot' K. of Stark* I. )1_.

times' SAFE from fire, theft, tampering and mis- Both teams will play Haw Monday evenings_ in the Masonic I', day, Feb. 28, at 2 p.m. in the ), and invited them inside to'!' Murrhee Insurance 1 at Florahome, PJu: 684-5665; I I .

thorne cag rs this Friday Hall at 7:30 p.m..On the ; Club House. President Grace I I warm up! '.. .
njacemenU i > <> night t j I "J9I.)...... ,G. .........
in. Hawthorne, _and delayed ;i second Monday of thq mnntli; i Perry will call the meeting i I Remember; coffee and i -r# -
les th it costs.'you} only a.lew"cents per'day to' rent i games with Orange Park will ( however, the Keystone Ideas, to-order..Members will anawer j j doughnuts- be served after > General Insurance. I,!RESTAURANTS: : '
'It">r\i 5 If jTv rf! {f\iiis d tt'4 il* i1ds'and j be played, .in Green Cove j Club use the hall for their i" roll call by naming a good .Mass. every Sunday 'morn-j Fire! Casualty Bond .
a safe deposit box in bank for b S.
U >I4( : IIIHI?r/ijll!' t'OIJLlt lltH your' t* ". "- ,' I Springs March, 4. J. dinner meet 1&,.-Then..the da-:,,' eatios,'habit. :| jnj. Price for coffee. and two JUetL: !!.. I.I THE E.: McKay.. RealtorH .
ocks eaT estate leeTs and abstracts of title- Next Thursday Ih ; plicate players will meet either -'':p Yeast Breads will be the doughnuts is_only 25e. Come I Keystone Heights TeL 473-4285 '

wi ili- insurance,' poyfcies\ iirjvenlory; of household : stone pagers, !W1plaist.) ).. r I: in the library or in home I subject oly the ..prpgram. A and' enjoy this little repast I[ I r Keystone Heights Lets ::IM 1..QJt _. 'SSM.

gDoLlti-contacti and j tj bukinesi: papcrs.-finincial ings in Class. C. Group4" of :1 of one of the members. 'I I thought; for this month is"Good" '! with yours felloW parishoners. !'JEWELER_, I I .Terms W4t i. U444iJ k. -
I the State Tournament in, Hilliard. Library Hours Change : : HUmor may be said :I, Community Church RestaurantUnder t.%113.
records( --rece -treasured jewelry heirlooms Xenon lny f ttneot tracts
Just after we made certain i iof i to be one of the vejx. best articles I: Thee= eighth i annual luncheon Keystone Jewelers i
and keepsakes.-> .* .. .* the Library hours at ,the I <<:;[ dress .or" can. wear : .of* the Coninrenity Church- I New Management large tnaujh fa* wtsaloU -
ajud Gift Shop
..... .J .. keystone Branch of in. acct$. .16 wid& 'tandhbwH*.
\-'f..J!' .i the Clay I. Society- Trackery ,wom r was hel Id- at thtParkofthePalms 1 'Specializing: ''Tn' ?

iii ed.znan- lovely.. gIL's.itLs1 County Library and passed Itan CHURCH. NE1TS' '..... ( : on Monday.jFeb A Nice Selection Of I Blue Piator with I UW for refreitfini wltfe k U-
KEY&tOJiE _STATE. BANK Martha Jane Schaeffer. to'the public in.this paper.!.St. 1VlilLis ',IP'1', 11. One- hundfe aDd ten Wedding Gifto InK for lnve tafll.' Y-/ Term
iqunger 'da hter-of Mr. the hours were changed. From | The ladies c( .St- WJffiam's members and friends enjoyedJhe"lunchttm Sterling I br&2- Ytgpfeblw f BR CB furnished j
f MEMBER" : and Mrs. George. M. Schaeffer BOW" on. this is. tha. schedule! : j, enjoyed a lovely Yalr'qtlne !i and program. t Gfeeg& caf4L O N. .
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; was the guest! honor at MondaY-Library closed all Social on Tuesday morning. :'Mrs. Charles Wa en1U!. : Millie & Wallial'duhUwfu' d'A:. 4io. 3f. );id.-4Tiiiri;!; -
A Jfriendly\ Bank In A Friendly Community; birthday. party, given for day Feb. 12 tiufDBii5Ir..haIL t i.president introduced Mrs. A. Expert Watch Repairs OPEN A. M. tit 3Itdutte: '1, t.. : ;

{Keystone Heights,' Fla. her by her mother at their Tuesdays. 1 'pjn."* vl fll 6:30pjri. Members of the Altar Society C. Holt who 'gave the invo' .. Certified Watchmaker:: .I rri Sat., ''SmL -, .- I Ii
t home on. Thursdaz morning especially] Mrs. Kramer| cation. Guests and winter visj j :
j. Keystone Heights,473-4177 J At the itcplit Keystaoe A
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I of Prayer. Rev. William Wor- I for her recovery. Frances Justice of Welaka I I I I I I ployed in Jacksonville, spent TT TTVVTTTTTVTTTyTVTTVTTT77fYTVTTTTTVTVTVTTT '
, Feed Gram Tobacco Growers
H KEYSTONE stall of St. Anna's and Rev.J. Mrs. Cam Bastedo, former and Mrs. George Thigpen of the weekend with his mother, \ Ii
R. Smith of the First Bap- Keystone resident now livingin East Palatka visited Mr. and Mrs. John Brown and other INTEREST TO COLORED Prices Cut Ask State Help

1 HIGHLIGHTS tist Church will join with Dr. Jacksonville, is reported to Mrs. R. M. Cason recently. I I I,relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy .

A. C. Holt, pastor of Community be a patient in the Baptist Miss Carol Rothhammer celebrated -: Perry of Jacksonville were Feed grain at reduced prices Florida flue-cured tobacco ,

., ALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAj1 Church, in leadingthe I I Hospital.Mrs. her 18th birthdayFeb. visiting the Browns on Sun- ( Elizabeth Givens) was made available by the I growers have asked for state j

(Continued from Page 6)) I II services. Mrs. Raymond 1 S. E. McKay, and Mrs., H.Mrs. day.Mrs. .II..aaaallaaal.. .I. I . I . . . U. S. Department of Agriculture assistance in governing their {I
i I I Starnes is chairman in chargeof i F. P. Egan are happy to hear Jack Jacoby and Children H. Hazzard and her --------- --- --------4&.1 Feb. 7 to ease feed short- i industry and providing better I t

'l j itors were introduced and I arrangements. that Mrs. Thomas Elmore of of Middleburg spent the I sister Mrs. Sadie Nagel of Group 3, Class B m. Sunday Feb. 24, at Mt. ages in Bradford County marketing methods. Commis- |

: ;( eleven states were represented. PersonalsMr. Keystone Club Estates is recovering weekend with her brotherinlaw I Bruster, N. J., were guests of Basketball TournamentRJE Pisgah. Speaker for the occasion where the worst freeze since sioner of Agriculture Doyle j

.1 I Mrs. Frank Ilgen program I and Mrs. Walt O'Bur- nicely from surgery and sister. Mr. and Mrs. I!I I Mrs. George Roberts from will be host to the woll be Mrs. Alma B. 1898 destroyed or severely Conner said the tobacco grow- !

j chairman and vice president. ski of Toms River, N. J. are which was performed several Clarence Ashley. I Thursday to Monday. Mrs. Group 3, Class B Western Division Bacon, a teacher at Green damaged winter pastures and ers have requested an enable t

made announcement of com spending several days with weeks ago at Alachua Gene- Mrs. D. B. Lynn, Miss 'Cora: Hazzard's late husband was Basketball Tournamentthis Cove Springs, who will disCUSS -, grazing areas. I ing act which would provide J t ta
ing programs, particularly the their friends, Mrs. Lena Clemens I ral. Stella was nursing at the Lyons. Mrs. Emma Brinsonand formerly a pastor of the Methodist Friday and Saturday in "As You Tithe So You Eligible farmers can buy I means for establishing future i I

"',t' Florida Fellowship of Commumty and sons of Hillcrest, be- University Medical Center Mrs. John Griner visited Church here. the RJE gym. Elimination Prosper." feed allowances now through rules and regulations. !'

t \. Churches and Area fore going on to Palm Beach I when Hazel [McKay] and Mrs. John McCloud at the Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sap- games start at 9 ajn. Friday Bethel Free March 31, a date which is expected Twenty-nine counties would

)I : meetings of March 29. and Miami. Helen [Egan] were patients Shady Rest Home in Gaines- penfield of DeLand spent' one with the following teams par- Will Baptist to coincide with availability I be affected by the law. i> I I

Mrs. William Walz, Missionary Mrs. Nealie Rich has been there, and her tenderness and ville. day last week with Mr. and ticipating: Belleview Santos Weekly schedule: Monday of feed in the next!' Flue-cured tobacco is often 1

t Chairman and Second I a patient at Bradford County jolly nature gave great comfort School News Mrs,, James L. 'Waters and' High, Trenton High Williston night, Choir No. 1 rehearsal. crop season. However, March called bright tobacco and gets j i

Vice President, introduced the I. Hospital since Sunday Feb. to both. Stella is now The Senior Beta Club met sons. I Vocational, Keller High of Tuesday:: night, Junior Choir 8 is the deadline for making I its name from the curing !

1 speaker Dr. Horace Fenton. I'I 10, being admitted with a bad studying at the Teaching Hospital Wednesday afternoon. They Recent guests of the Frank Macclenny, Booker T. Wash- rehearsal. Wednesday night, application to purchase grain. process which consists of I

t Jr.. who served Presbyterian I case of pneumonia. She is expecting of Florida for practical decided to help the Junior Cruce family were their grandson. ington High of Dunnellon. general prayer meeting. The CCC-owned grains will I heaters and flues to furnish t

Churches of Florida as their 1 1I 1 I to return home soon. nursing license. She also has Beta to finance their projectof Kenneth carlton. and a and RJE. Thursday night, Ladies Circle be offered through county Agricultural controlled heat. i

I minister for 13 years before I II j i I Joseph Dey has been a patient done nurse's aid work for the I buying a large sign which friend, Buddie Anders, of First and second place winners meeting at home of Mother Stabilization and The proposed legislation will
going with the Latin American 1!'I Auxiliary of the Green Cove Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. will compete in the State McKay. On Sunday this
I at Bradford County Hospital will be used to display noticesof Conservation [ASCI Commit- be discussed at 7:30 p.m..
Missions in Costa Rica for having. entered with Springs Hospital. Her heartis community activities.A Robert Carlton and family of Tournament to be held Feb. church will worship with Elder -I tees. These committees will Tuesday, Feb. 26, in the Live
15 years. The last:: three years, I suspected appendicitis. At this in her work, and she looks birthday party was given Jacksonville visited the family 29 to March 2 at Florida A White. All members and I determine the eligibility of Oak Coliseum. according to
I Dr. Fenton has 8 9 forward to of her Sunday. & M University in Tallahassee. friends are invited to
I spent or I writing, he was still under- completion for Mrs. Harry Jackson Sat- attend. I producers for assistance. Conner. Several of the Agri-
I months each year travelingand going tests. I training. urday night by the 'High Mrs. W. Fred Moore is visit- -Mrs. Rosa Green, reporter. I I Under conditions of I II ] culture Department's market-

lecturing in the U.s. Young DeWitt Law is a pa- Miss Anna McCullough was. School Girls' Basketball team ing her son and daughterinlaw PTA Will Observe Greater Allen Chapel drought, flood, hurricanes and: ing specialists will be on hand
The Executive Board of the I happily surprised on her Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore Founders Day Rev. L. A. Sampson will be
p tient in Bradford County following the MelroseBellgame similar disasters the Secretary -)
Jr. and children in Hender- The RJE PTA will celebrateFounder's host to the Second I at the meeting.
Churchwomen will meet Monday Hospital with a broken leg. birthday Monday. when her at the home of Miss Quarterly of Agriculture is authorized j
Feb. 25, at the educational I various relatives in Keystone Virginia Ford. sonville N. C. This visit was Day at 1 p.m. Sun- Conference on Sunflay. Rev.. Bradford is among the 29 I
and :Mrs. Frank Acosiaof by law to make available
", building at 9:30: a.m. I Mr. Heights knocked on.her door Miss Jean Lively attended prompted by the arrival of day in the school cafetorium. W. P. Jenkins will deliver the!r j Florida Counties that grow
Jacksonville were dinner that evening with gifts and a their second child a daughter.Mrs. Elder W. P. Jenkins of Lake morning message at 11 a.m.I I CCC-owned feed grains toj! blue-cured tobacco.
William Warren, president:: | guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Floyd I 4-H Club county demonstration I Ii
birthday cake. Mrs. Ruth George Lastinger and City District:: will be guest Evening Service. 6 p.m. with I I eligible farmers in affected
at the Civic Centerin
the Men's Club of the i Koons of Twin Lakes on Feb. I day i
i, Bleha was also a guest. Miss the Richard Bennett familyof speaker. Rev. Jenkins in charge. Choir areas to help sustain cattle
Community Church announces Palatka Saturday. She I!
I J On Sunday Feb. 10. Mr.I
19. resides at White Daytona Beach spent Friday Ceremonies for the unveil- No. 1 will serve for the eveI I
dinner on Feb. 25. at 6:30: in and Mrs. Leo Hanks of Brad- McCullough showed how to make creamy and other livestock.It THE RIGHT POINT for the
overnight and Saturday ing of portraits of Robinson, ning service and Choir No. 21
the educational building. Circle -; enton enjoyed dinner with Feather Court. white sauce in the dairy foods is necessary for producers way you write. Cme in and
I Himbleof with Mrs. Hattie Darley, Miss Jenkins, Ellerson, and Thomp- at the morning hour.
Friends of Mrs. John
5. with Chairman Bertha I Floyd and Dorothy Koons. division of the food projects.She I select your favorite ESTER-
to show need for the feed
kins will be
to Sinia Prescott, and Mr. and performed by the New Bethel Baptist I
Lake Geneva are happy
Jones and Co-Chairman :Mrs. took first place in her I BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE
R. A. Gaunt will the Mrs. Joseph Stein is recov- know that she is getting along division. Mrs. H. W. Bennett and chil- following: H. Brooks, Mrs. M. Sunday School, 9:30: a. when they apply at their ASC GRAPH.
i dinner. prepare ering from a sick spell suf- fine and recovering nicely J. White Oscar Dell. Mrs. E. Morning Worship 11; m'l I county office. I II \

I fered last week. She is still from a dislocated shoulder.She I METHODIST CHURCtfMELBOSS dren.Mr.. and Mrs. Bill Patrick W. Thompkins, and C. E. en's Missionary meeting, 5 p.I I ,
The World Day of Prayer confined to her home. is surely missed in the I were in Cedar Hills Saturday Clark. The public is invitedto m. BTU 6 p.m. Evening Ser- I.

will be held at the Community -i Mrs. Beatrice Lavey, motherof community when she is dis visiting her sister, Mrs. E. R. attend.- Rev. L. Lennon, vice, 7 p.m. The congregation A COMPANYLEADER
Church on March 2. at Mrs. M. A. [Bea] Schroeder abled. Rev Kenneth W. Grtffttlv Manning. Later they visited president; Mrs. M. J. Lee re- and pastor are invited to Rev. I ,

7:30 p.m. Members of the of Half Moon Kajem is a Friends of Evelyn Scales Pastor Mr. and Mrs. Lish Griffis and porter. George Lee's church, Mt. Calvary I _
First Baptist Church and St.Anne's 'I patient in Bradford County [Mrs. Bill] are sorry to learn Sunday School 9:45: a.m. family at New Rivertheirtwo Chapel Program at 3 p.m. Sunday. Let's !

Episcopal Church will Hospital. Prayers are asked that her mother is hospitalized Worship 11 a. m. sons, Mike and Ronald, "Negro History Evaluates all attend. Choir No. 2 will :
; join in this International Day I at the University Medical who spent the night with the Emancipation" was the theme have a business meeting tonight !

Center. Griffis family returned home for Negro History Week observance [Thursday] at 7:30.: All
TRINITY EPISCOPAL with them. at RJE. The weekof members are asked to be present -i
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH MELROSE activities terminated Fri- and time. New
c Call Starke 9844601FOR KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Holy Days H) a. m.. Holy spent Mr. and the weekend Mrs. B. E.with Reddish their day afternoon with a chapel bers are welcome to join mem-at I : '

Sundays 10 a. m. Church program in the cafetorium. any time. :t. ,
J. R. Smith, pastor, Ralph School. 11:45 a. m. Morning son-in-law and daughter, Mr. African students attending Mrs Jessie Moore wishes to :
Copeland, Minister of Music Prayer and Sermon [First and Mrs. J. O. Pons, and Bethune-Cookman and thank
DAILY rep- the church and the Am- GEORGE DONALDSON
and church organist. Sunday Holy Communion]. family in Tallahassee. Mrs. resenting three countries of erican Legion for the dona- Representative ;

Services! : Sunday School) p.m. Episcopal Young Churchmen. Reddish remained to visit a Africa were guests of the tion sent to her. She had the Life and
9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, few more days. school on this occasion. RJE misfortune to lose her homeat I I Casualty Insurance Company

Laundry and Dry Cleaning 10:50: a. m. Training Union, Communion.The Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Davisof students were fascinated by Macclenny by fire.Mrs.M. I .
Portland. Maine attended I Sir. Guilford Dudley, Jr. President of Life and
7:00 p. m. Evening services Rev. Lee W. Heaton, the warm and friendly per- J. White, reporter. ,
I 8:09: p..m. You are invited to Vicar. Sunday School and Morning sonalities displayed by our HEART FUND DRIVE Casualty, takes pleasure in announcing Mr. Donald
Worship at the First Baptist
I share family Prayer time with guests. The faculty and student The Heart Fund Drive star- son as a Company leader for year 1962.
and Service I us. 'YVfrWW'WYYYYYYYYYYTl Church Sunday. body are to be commen- ted Thursday and will close .
Pick-up Delivery
Mrs. C. E. Strickland and j
ded for the very fine hospitality this Sunday. Your donationswill Mr. and Mrs. Donaldson will leave soon for a week
Mrs. Joe Bason of Gainesville
ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL LAWTEY% stopped by for a short visit shown to these foreign be appreciated. Heart disease I in New Orleans as guests of Mr. Dudley and

CHURCH I with Miss Elizabeth Terry students.CHURCH is one of the top killers. i Company at their annual convention.
87 Knza: BlanchardAAAAAAAAAAAAAf afternoon.Mrs. NEWS Your donations will help to I

: Rev. Wm. W. Worstall, Thursday. Cora Turner of Talla- Mt. Pisgah AJM.E. further research of the causes, I For Your Insurance Needs Call Your Neighbor In
Vicar. .A.A AAJ All members and friends are prevention, and cure of heart
Daily offices 8:30: am. to Heart Fund Drive hassee is visiting her son and invited to attend an Old Fashioned diseases.-Mrs. Marian Dell, I At Waldo 468-1015, Or Write P. 0. Box 106.

l 5 p.m. Holy Eucharist Wed-I I Mrs. Eugene Pearson, chair- daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Revival Hour at 3 p. chairman.
M. I.. Turner. Mr. Turner'ssister
nesdays, 10 a.m. Holy Eucharist man of the Heart Fund Drivein -
Ideal Laundry and CleanersGainesville on 1st and 3rd Sundays Lawtey announces that a Mrs. R. R. Patterson of I
Pensacola, is also visiting
; each month. Morning Prayer, volunteer worker will call at f
them. A brother and nephew,
2nd and 4th Sundays. Litany each home some time during
H. G. Turner, and so nof Live
ServJfg on 5th Sunday.
Fla. the afternoon of Sunday Feb.
8unday Evening Prayer 7 p. 24, to solicit contributions.Full Oak were Sunday visitors. :
Joe Shuford and daughterof
m. cooperation will be much
appreciated in this worthy St. Augustine were visiting eet sa"in'that'll" have YOU \ \ '
I COMMUNITY: CHURCH cause. Mrs. John Shuford and Dave a ravi

Mrs. R. W. Mosley Sr. and
Winkler Electric; Inc. The YWA girls of the Law- II I .
Dr. A. C. Holt, Minister. ,Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal, Robert '
tey Baptist Church joined
Sunday School. 9:30 a. m. Gregory, and Leonette were l
those of other churches in a .,.
Morning Woship 11 a. m. Pioneer visiting Mr. and Mrs. Buck FORD DEALER ANNUAL J'L
234 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-4301 banquet at the First Baptist ,
Junior and Senior Youth Riddle at their fishing camp II
.. Church of Starke Tuesday !
Groups, 7 p.m. Mrs. George in Georgetown Sunday. .
night of last week. The girls
ALL NEW/JUST I A. Canova, organist and music :
m director. were accompanied by Rev. L. FIRST BAPTIST --

I T. Howe, Mrs. Howe, and the CHURCH CALENDARRev.
I! Lawtey leader Mrs. Ralph
I f Wise and Mr. Wise. After the Leo Hebert, Pastor

MELROSEContinued banquet, an interesting pro- 1NTIR SPMS
I gram was presented with Rev. The following activities have

.. I_ Dunagan of the Madison been planned for the week,
Feb. 24 through March 2:
Street Church speaker.
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... Rev. Howe offered the open- Sunday, Feb. Sunday
...:j : i land Bryan and Mrs. W. H. ing prayer. The performanceof School 9:45 a. m. Morning HIGH PRICES ARE FOR THE BIRDS JUST LIKE LAST YEAR, IT'S COLD UP NORTH AND

I Davie, second place; Mrs. W. the Bradford High Quartet Worship, 11 a. m. Carol Choir,
y I J. Grolick and Miss Sallie added much to the occasion. 4:30: p.m. Concord Choir 5:15 EXTRA TRAINLOADS OF NEW FORD CARS AND TRUCKS ARE ARRIVING DOWN SOUTH !

: Mansfield, third place; and PTA 1IeetinHeld p.m. Training Union, 6:15: p.

L' Mrs. Alice Ketchum and Mrs. The Lawtey Junior High m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p. PRICED AND EQUIPPED AS YOU LIKE IMMEDIATE DELIVERYWHAT'S! ( YOUR PRESENT
I'1, George Phelps fourth place. PTA met in the school cafe- m. Yoath Fellowship 8:30: p.
The Melrose Athletic Boos- teria Tuesday night Feb. 12, m. CAR WORTH IN TRADE? QUOTH THE RAVEN: "NEVER MORE THAN RIGHT NOW' !") J

A ter Club met Monday night, with Mrs. H. C. Kelly con- Sunday night the pastor
Feb. 11 in the science room at ducting the devotional. JohnC. will bring the second in a series -

1 the school. This club gives financial Tye gave a report of the of sermons on The Ten .

: : I I aid and equipment to meeting with the Legislative Commandments. __ _ .This Falcon I Futura is
the athletic department, interscholastic Committee in the office of Wednesday night Prayer one'of 6Jconvertibles
: school teams Supt. H. P. Morgan. The Opportunity Meeting' -- !- and Bible Study in 3:sizes from Ford!
and the music department of I Class won the room starts at 7:30: p.m. "The Bookof AH with service.saving .
Books" by Hester is being
1"s' : the school. count.A .
features,1 ;
some with
: Personals film "Junior Citizen" used as a guide in the studyof

Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Simmons was shown to illustrate what the outlines of the Bible. bucket seats!

II are visiting in Sparten- the schools offer the child This is an effort to see the

burg, S. C. and Winston Sa and Principal Connie Clark total outlines of Bible history
lem. N. C. the and its relationship to God's
spoke briefly on purposeof -
I Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Nail the school. This being plan of salvation. Sunday

; I of Lake Geneva and Mr. and Founder's Day. the program School teachers and officers I-\\r-\\ Now'sthetintetogetawagon
from America'swagon
meeting Wednesday at 6:30: p.
Mrs. Jimmy Price and children chairman, Mrs. Bryan, gave a
._ .,iJ-' specialist!
: visited Mr. and Mrs. J. L. short talk and read a tribute m. '. ..
I Price Sunday.Mr. entitled "What Is A Teacher The WMU is sponsoring a ,", y' '- -. ..... Choice of 15 wagons
: and Mrs. Mike Adams ?'' She then presented each study course on Thursday: I .- in 4 sizes, including
;1 of Gainesville are the parents teacher with a corsage.. night, Feb. 28, from 6 till 9. i the '63 Ford Galax.e.

E i of :a son, Anton Mark, born Coffee and doughnuts were The book to be studied is Country Sedan illus
Feb. 1 in the Alachua Gen- served during the social hour. "The Chains Are Strong" by traiedh&e.
W. C. Fields, and it will be
I eral Hospital Maternal grand- Fellowship SupperA ..."
I parents are Mr. and Mrs. pleasant event of last taught by the pastor. This --
Earl Brice of Melrose and Thursday night was a Fellow- meeting will start at 6 p.m. .

fi1\Z\A i I II, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Adams ship Supper given by members and close at 7 with a light f

4 of Keystone are the paternal of the First Baptist supper. Save on this husky
i grandparents.H. Church at the pastorium.. It I The public is cordially Invited Ford pickup. Handles

B. Maltby of Palatka i: turned into a surprise party I to attend these services. and rides like a car

.. t visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Birt I for Mrs. Howe who was observing I built like the big trucks.

Friday. her birthday anniver- Turkeys Released Extra durability of Ford

sa1d I Mr. and Mrs. John Beller- sary. Mike and Karen assist- In' Camp BlandingNine Trucks ,keeps your
The BERWICK : i 1 jeau of Indian River City visited ed their mother in openingher costs is wn. :' ."
Model K3342-2 : her parents Mr. and Mrs. gifts.Church turkeys were releasedon
Here's distinctive design, fin Carl Ford recently. Schedules ,
the Camp Blanding Wildlife -
est performance TV built by '
Zenith for years of family en Eddie Sulivan of HomesteadAir r Grace Methodist: Church Management Area on
joyment. No Printed Circuits1 Base who has been transferred -: School, 9'45 a. m. Morningi t I Feb. 13. by the Game and F.OAF. .i

to Montana was guestof i i Worship, 11 a. m. Evening 1 t Fresh Water Fish Commission -
From $154.95 Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Kelley 1 Service, 7:30 p.m. MYF each I according to Brantley
Friday. i,: Wednesday 8 p.m. I Goodson. Regional Manager L BE SMART..BUY SMART P.S. YOUR PRESENT CAR DOES NOT HAVE TO BE PAID FOR I:

Enjoy Complete Remote TV tuning! You Mrs. John Strawn entertained ,T First Baptist: Sunday i Northeast Region.j :.
Il- just press a button on small hand-control the bridge club Wed- I School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship -f j These turkeys were trapped :
: ;4.s.- --. unit to: Turn TV on, off. Chang chan nesday at her home on Lake I 11 a.m. Training Union. i| in the Fisheating Creek Area (
nels vojume.I
Adjust Santa Fe.James 6:30 p.m. Evening Service 7:30 and"flownMo Blanding for re- TERWILLEGAR
No Wires! No Cords! No Batteries! Gillian has moved I. p.m. Midweek Services each lease. They make a total of i 1

from Melrose to High Springs. Wednesday. 7:30. 116 turkeys released in Bland- I,

Ralph Cason of Silver Lake 1 Personals I ing since the close of the sea-I 206 WEST MADISON STREET
I Mrs. Cecil Harris and Mrs. Mitchell Brown who is en i-L son, Goodson said. STARKE, FLA

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BAPTIST CHURCH Union meeting Friday 7:45: p. J. N. Jones, General Mer- f
m. Mrs. Josephine teaching, RR% MerchantsIn chandise. .\,; :.
Rev. Angus B. Lawson Pastor missionary : Robt. Keith, Justice of the '
"How to become a better :3 ': !
." its issue of May 25, 1899. Peace. r Iii ;.
Bible School, 10 a.m. Morning The Florida Advocate, a weekly Moore, Editor Telegraph.C. _t II
Worship, 11 a. m., "A NEW RIVER BAPTIST t' T newspaper published in L. Peek, Principal School. II I
Drink A Fountain, A River. ,
Starke at that time
announced ,
Richard & Pace General
Teen-age Meeting, 6:30: p. m. CHURCH that it had "come across' Merchandise.W. STARKE STORES OFFER GREAT SALES EVENT i{
Adult Training Union, 6:30: p. Sunday School 10 a. m. an old business directory of' H. Rivers, General Mer-
1 m. Lesson study, "Is the use Morning Worship 11 a. m. Starke published in 1877.
of) tobacco a sin?" Evangelistic Training Union, 6:30: p.m.Eve- "Of the 23 firms mentioned I I J. J. Sparkman, Contractor. Perhaps you've heard of the great Washington's
Service, 7 pjn., "When I ning Worship. 7:30 pjn. Mid- 4 # not of them is in business
.I I one E. J. Taylor, Fruits & Con Birthday Sale staged each year in Washington, D. C.
See The Blood. I week Prayer Service Wednes- here now; that is, in the way. fectioneries.
Mid-Week Prayer: and, Bible : day 7 pjn. Everyone welcome. they are arranged in the directory Simon Temple, General Fantastic bargains are offered at unbelievable prices, and
Study [Death of Isaac's MoTERILLEAR- -Pastor Rex Brookins. ," I
I The Advocate com
I .. Merchandise. the public eagerly awaits this event each year. Starke
'J l W. W. Tumblin. Sheriff. I
I. Business firms mentioned in Louis Witkovski General merchants have decided that what's good for Washington i

the listed directory as follows of: 1877 were I Merchandise. D. C. is good for Starke, Fla. They have gotten together !

MOTORS W. H. Adams Wheelwright. The 1877 directory also said in a great cooperative effort to offer val-
you some
that Starke is situated half!
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Alvarez & Gaskins General
Merchandise.G way between Fernandina and' ues that simply can't be missed. Believe it or not.
B. Baisden Wines and Cedar Key and on the line of I' the ads in this issue offer such item
1956 FordV-8 Fordor the W., I.A.G. & T. astonishing s as $3.99
FREE Liquors. railroad'i
George Barker, Watchmaker. is in the center of a bedspreads for 10 cents, 39-cent piece goods for 7 centsa
ange growing section and yard and men's shoes (values to $8.95) for All
Fairlane PARKING J. L. Gaskins, Druggist.W. promises to be a great pro- ; $2.99
R. Glesson General ducing center. It gave the this, and Cherry Pies too regular 69--cent (8-inch)
Fordomatic, Radio, Heater population as 480.CHURCH
NOW Merchandise.C. fresh cherry pies at most stores for 25c cash Feb. 22
E. Harrison, Attorney at
OF GOD only). Join in the fun! Starke merchants welcome you
i $$49500I ; IN STARKEParking Law.P. G. Hemingday, Wines & 422 N. St. Clair St. to this great sales event. FREE PARKING while you
Liquors. Sunday School, 10 am
I II III Meters Have John Hilton, Sawyer, Tem- Morning Worship 11 a. m shop!
I Been Removed. Your ple's Mill. Evening Service, 7:30 pjn. Y-
Patronage Is Welcomeand Mrs. Hoyt, General Mer- PE each Wednesday 7:30 p. It's No Lie Pie
I en ARE Appreciated. chandise. m. Prayer Meeting, Friday, -- Cherry I
UJCO J. M. Johns, Orange Grow- 7:30: pin. L. S. Williams
= pastor.
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Timer TOBRADFORD 1 refundable. I cost Includes the cost. of handl. formalities 10.jM ii' bid -aod to i
his long and interesting 1 COUNTY I Subcontractors and material ,I ing. accept any bid 'which they consider I
HOSPITAL suppliers may purchase drawings Bidders' qualifications must to be in the best public
Still// Aliye A native of I : STARKE FLORIDA i and specifications from thearchitect l he satisfactory to The Board of intltrc.Jst and to reject *ny and
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moved I I k 4" I I or payinp cost of du- Trustees Bradford County Hospital : all htt SIflLDFORD '
:: 6 Any bid received after the plication at the rate of 75c COUNTY HOSF1T414 -
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parents to
Finds Augusta specified time and date will not sheet for .coI0riTI0NSe.etary
Telegraph drawings
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I County Hospital Corporation reserves -I
prior to attending I I be considered. I per set for specifications, which the right to waive iaI i J3'l{! .\...\1ret'n.. ,
, I college at Valparaiso r' : Each bid must be accompanied 1 1I : :-7 4tGARDEN;-:8
I by a certified check, cash- ,
Recently The Telegraph r ier's check band draft bid I f
From then on his life I $ + or I II
.. published a picture of a group I .. 4 bond in the amount of five per
w I one railroad] job after i.4
cent of the base hid as guaran-
in Starke during the ,,1890, for many years. y ,. tee that the bidder if awardedthe i
ad#" statIns'Ulat only one of the Iroup' j, .. ? i4 -. S.* contract. will within ten
first job in the
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: calendar days after '
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.. now I I shops of the Chicago & written notice being: given of ,
appears that we were mistaten. -': i'&S such award, enter into a written -i j I
:; western, he worked for I ,
p. I contract with The Bradford j t
for we have word that *5 '
I at a pump) factory S County Hospital Corporation. 1 j
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1 Win H. Hoffman is'sUII very I Starke Florida. in accordance j
I Joseph Mo., and later
i much alive and will be 95years with the accepted bid and give !.
wholesale grocery firm a contract surety bond satisfactory i I, 'I
his next
old on birthday
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| Louis Mo. where he
April 27.Mr. an amount equal to one hundred ',
I t i charge of the I per cent of the contract price. j j t "
Hoffman's daughter J: No bidder may withdraw his j I !
Mrs. Willie J. Metcalf of Dlln- handling dried fruits, bid for a period of thirty days i I ..
; item in those days S after the date set for the open- r 'I
I nellon writes that her father :I ing thereof. I !
much canned and I Ii
Isis living there with her. He I S All work shall be done in accordance
was on the market. s with plans specifications i :
; Confined to a wheel chair I .5 !: and contract documents 1 ,

bavin had his leg amputated After returning to S relative thereto as prepared by I', '.
three work on jobs with the S Moore and May. Architects, I
years ago. Gainesville Florida. Plans. specifications "' I
souri Pacific and
A newspaper clipping, published Katy : : and contract documents II I
he followed an older ; may be examined: at the
l on the occasion of Mr. j* to afflcp lit the Administrator. Ljj
Florida landing at ;
Hoffman's ,.last; birthday, giy-; LI J Bradford Cnnnty Hospital:; ,
j which was to be his Starke, Florida or at the office I
os some interesting information -I Ii i
vf Moore and May Architects,
about"this former resi-1: several years. In CHOIR TO APPEAR HERE I COG N. E. First: Street Qainesvillo -

dent of Starke, who lived here i' was associated with I Florida. CHERRY
I' Only one set of such plan PIE h
,. many years ago. ther in a general College Choir which will be heard at the apd contract documents and

It seems that he. na$., lived I ing business, and Sunday, Feb. 24, in the Madison Street Bap forms by for general bidding contractors may be secured onlyfrom :

.. .S'T' of Starke is a member of the choir. the office of the architects
by depositing therewith
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I, worked with the ACL the road in Dunnellon he $50.00.: The deposit from general i 1
: STARKEBUSINESS was contractors will be refunded up- GIVEN AWAY WITH THE
4 East Coast, and the made postmaster- there in 1913. submission. of a bona fide

in many towns in West serving for eight years. He bid and return of said plans and I '
contract documents in good condition -< -
S DIRECTORY I\ He finally went to I was later city clerk of that within ten days after date ; I

S where he retired' town, for about two years. set for the opening of bids. Jf .. : .. \. .
the general contractors desire .5 =
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a .' Mr. Hoffman : :. .' :" : :,' : .: ;t
was married
more than one set of such plansctn.d
20 .
S years ago. .-<: 11 : "" ."';." A" ,
S AUTO REPAIRS AUTO SERVICE to Miss Julia Wall of Starkeon .specifications these may be : .
After his work with the rail- obtained by paring the cost of ,/ ., *
I : October 12, 1894. They had duplication, which will not be .

S Starke's four children.!
p Earl) Garage I I
.I ALL KINDS or Cities Service says: "


S S S. AU Phone Work Guaranteed 8692961P General Every Repair:Mechanical; I :S\a I I I

I. o. Walnut. Slarkr Cities Transmissions Service t !! i r
S( : !
S a I TIRES ATIf Gas Our Soil S Our Strendb .$ .

I AUTO 705 N. Temple ,

S S -a- PHONE i: As Well As I Do. Soil Conservation CharleyE. New Or Renewal Subscriptions To The

A : I Dodd's NEWSBy

S Gilbert S. Brown Auto Sales ; Natural Gas ask Bradford County Telegraph On, Feb. 22

: $"wrd Oil Service Station, : use it and get first I Johns
:\ Rambler Sales &
p : cleanliness I
The other
S GENERAL day I was talking
S : TIRES A BATTERIES : are sure you will want with Bob Paterson about fen.!'"My fire insurance didn't!

aS aH JUdlet Terms International cing pasture land. We were i cover a theft loss or our: SUBSCRIBE I :
aa Road Service Muffler I standing at the
I gate of a I broken picture window. I'm
S FIRESTONE 1 GAS large fence that Bob II
plans to
Phone W4-7071
Tire Batteries. Acc" convinced
a I need better in I
407 N. Twrple.) Stark put in pasture, and he remarked ,
528 S. Walnut.. _.. 964- Phone 964-1301 Should ;
S "- II "I've got to cross- surance protection. NoW
I .
I, : 'I -- .... p I fence ,this field so I can control I get extra endorsements!, !

: I, ture the grazing. Proper pas on my present:: fire policy I BeforeRatesGoUP
use, a conservation practice
is the grazing of pasture ,or would it be more sensi-j i March 1, 1963 I

Gateway Chevrolet I I land at a rate that will maintain I ble to switch to a Home-'

n c !
.. grasses and legumes of: owners Policy?

.. high quality by adjusting the, i You May Renew Now Even Though Your SubscriptionIs
I stocking
or season of use
.. I
,Charley Johns
to favor
.. STARKE'S ONLY FRANCHISED CHEVROLET DEALER I and survival maximum! growth II I Not Yet Due. Special Rates On Year Subscriptions.

: A complete! soil and water Agency I

: NEW 1963 CHEVROLET CARS & TRUCKS ON DISPLAY' I cOnS riaf1 h farm plan was

I .. I prepared for J. D. Odom Jr.! PHONE 964-0121 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHI'

.. U. S. 301 (NORTH) -- STARKE, FLA. on his place located on the j I

.. New River road. He plans to: 131 S. Walnut St.

.. i .; 1 : keep this area in woodlands. I
__ I
The use of firebreaks to help _
BRAKE protect the area from wild- : ; : .
fires is an important conser-I I

.-.. SERVICE OVERHAUL vation practice. DIRECT RY-

.... ,, of grasses The discussion different to plant the was varieties other the topic day of AREA'BUSIN SS S

.. .. when Lonnie i-! .. ..- .
Harley stated -: -: "'; -
: : r' : :: _
\\1 : that ------ ---------
Pensacola Bahia is a ---

... FRONT END PAINT AND hard grass to beat. W. C. Auto Electric ServiceAutomotive AUTO SALES & SERVICE, CEMENT SUPPLIES .t

Young, plant material techni- -. p ; .I i I'' !

.. i; can with Service the, Soil says Conservation "Bahia- Electric B & G Motors Co. STEPPING STONES j Johnson & Paris, Inc.

,"If It's Cement W* Cast
; grasses are probably the
most Service CADILLACOLDSMOBILEF85.mLLMAN: I It"I I Complete Line of
i talked !
about group of new i SEEDSPLANTSFERTIUZERS -
'perennial forages in the
Repairs Our Specialty I Precast Products I I
Southeast. Sales and Service
1 \ increased
'C COMPLETETUNEUP from practically nothing' in Starters Generators Ignitionegul8.tors 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 2033 N. E. 27th Ave. Gainesville;!! DsectIc1dc.-Prt Suppltal
|"We Rent Fertilizer Sprfadtrt'
Solenoids, PHONE 372-0953:
) 5r- -: I the 1940's to five million< ac- PHONE S76-7515 :
: S SERVICE AramaturesWater : II 224 N. W. 8th Ave.
in the I
: res ten-state area from 1
k -
-.- : & Fuel Pumps PHOAE 372-0471 f
.. DEPT. North Carolina to Texas to CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST I
'k i:; Florida. Exchange- Service on, Starters Crane Motor Co. Gainesville Fla.
S ajid Generators I THAT ALL YOUR f )
Acreage is still growing"and
4 the extent \Wholesale Retail LARK ANGLIA- CONCRETE PRODUCTS 'LADIES
I of this crop's significance J [ WEAR
!: and usefulness is 620 S. Main Gainesville ARE THE BEST FROM ,
.. I not completely established. PHONE 372-6990 j I
Authorized Sales & Service Edwards Building I '
Modern Service Principal bahia grass va- Cherry'sGainesvilla's

... Facilities :' rieties are Pensacola Wilmington AUTO BRAKES "Complete Service for All Supply, Inc.

.. ,, Paraguay 22, Argentine Makes" Moat Fuhlonal4!

... '. and common. Hull's Brake Supply 506 E. University Ave. 726 Gainesville S. Main-Fla.372-4844 i, DRESSES Address-SUITS For Ladies-COATS' ,

With All The Latest Equipment I THE RIGHT POINT foray the I I PHONE 372-4343 _ml-L I ij MATERNITY WEARACCESSORIES

.. i "BRAKE SPECIALISTS" Gainesville, Fla. ELECTRIC MOTORSElectric
.. you write. Come In and I p.
i 105 W. University.
your /vorite ESTER- I Gainethii9MUSIC
For Every Car or Truck l'4QtqrRepair
.. S f tr ,Factory Trained Mechanics! I BROOK Fountain Fen. TELE VOLKSWAGENaa1eServiceFarts
Turning -
Grinding Belialag
While You Wait
.. ; Complete Stock Chevrolet Parts Wholesale i ,,
& Retail Miller-Brown MotorsInc. OF GAINESVILLE, INC.
: 1314 S. Main Gainesville
I Non TAX DKED 311117AUTO ..
I,I' See. IM.ld F.S. MOTOR: '
that: Efft* Ki faolaon PHONE 372-3532 SALES AND SERVICE MUSIC '

... 'I\ ,. ;62.J 1HFALA fikd of the said following certificates the holder h*-I RADIATORS 1030 E. University Ave. I "Distributor of Budget TermsLillian'
.. 62 Falcon deed to be issued thereon.for a tax Gainesville New Lincoln Motors"PHONE
The Music
certificate .
I numbers and years S72-M1
2DoorHardtop of issuance the description of Butler's I "Gainesville Leader"
Deluxe Station the Radiator 1030 S. Main
property and
Wagon the names In DODGE-DART GainesvilleS .
II '
Since 1933 ,
which it was I i
Factory Air Conditioned S assessed. are as 1
.. Power follows: Service DODGE TRUCKS FARM INDUSTRIAL 112 S. E. First Gn44i318
Steering, Power Brakes, Power Fordomatic, Radio, Heater, WhiteWall S Certificate Xo. 1*. Year of Is Sale3-Pp.rts-Seryice ,! -r

.... Glide, Radio, Heater Tires-Low Mileage suance Description 1357.: of |>operty Lots Most Modern Cores In Stock USED CARS TOO 1 Central Tractor Co.4/MOVER ,

.. JI( *0. 11 in Otts S/D of Lawtey. Repairs All Cars-Trucks FORD TRACTORS'Ford
.. MILEAGE One Car Owner Nicholson.Name in which assessed J. L. National Trailer Rental Foole-Gable. Motors Fanning Implements

II One Car Owner ,: AH of said property being In 519 S. W..h Ave. Gainesville I Agricultural Industrial 1
; the County of Bradford Gainesyille
.. I :, of Florida. State PHONE' S72-0496 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville Complete Service & Parts Dept.

.. 'S Unless each certificate or cer-, PH.ONE 572-W4J Good Used Equipment Mayflower '
tificates shall be redeemed 4488 N. W. 6th. Gainesville
.. according -!
.... t, : in to law such the certificate property described or.;i I II AUTO SALES & SERVICE I PHONE 376-5430 LOCAL AND LONG

.. f 60 IMPALA certificate* will be sold to h@ I I -U!j DISTANCE MOVING
highest Automatic
fli'I bidder at the court Transmissions FLOOR COVERING
57 house door on the first Monday LINCOLN MERCURY I I St rage And' Crating :SfGatnestille !
iionth of II
iseiaire2Door March I5Z. whlca [
SI is the54th day of March, 1G3. ONE DAY I Central Florida Tile I Pton 3764324
2-Door Hardtop Dated this I* day of January, COMET FIAT 3IETCOR 1
.. Hardtop 1963. J.IAKES-REPAIR & Marble Co. |L ,.
Straight Stick Overdrive AND EXCHANGE f
\ **" Clerk of Circuit Court of Parts f CARPETS BY I
.. Bradford County. Florida. Lee's, Monarch, Loomweave .. .
.. \Power Glide, Radio, Heater. Ex- Radio, Heater, Tutone, White Side 1-31 4t 2-21 Trained Gator AutomaticTransmiuionService Downs t
Mecan-ood The J e1zel Co
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,4, S I eellent 'Condition-Best .offer Wall Tires CALL FOR BIDS Used Can Room glze-WaU to Wall |
Sealed bids will be received C
-- Installation ROOFING
'I .. } .
-- -" --- Thftj'Bra4ford :County Hospital
., Dries This One Off The Lot Best Buy In Town ;: Corporation.> Starke. Flor- INC. Armstrong and Kentile *' SHEET METAL JI j
; ida. up to 2:00 P-iL E. S. T. Barkley Motors j 'Floor Coverings : S
.. I Tuesday, March i I CONDITIONpfQ
.. 5. 1962 for furnIshIng i
r .,"U materials and labor 19SE 2nd Pla e (next to P.O.) COMPLETE LtNES OF .No Job Too Large Or Too Small.
i and Piltructln..* .* S 615 X. :Main, Gainesville Gainesville TILES
1 19SJ ADDITION PHONE 372-0372 MARBLE 1 .jAl e.ifth Btir ( aln8TWe
i 1540 Waldo IW. G'ville 376-6406 PHONE 37M491 t

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II UEn* RONN.. Training Union. 7 p. m. | .' '' ......". .'t''t''t'1 Green who is captain of the I 1_ '--.-.--....-.-.-" ter of Jacksonville were METHODIST CHURCH t j mary Dept., 3:15: pm. Junior FIRST CHRISTIAN

> BAPTIST CHURCH Evening Worship. 8 p. m. ,) drive in this community.Miss Thursday guests of Mr. and, Schedule for week of Feb.'! Choir rehearsal 3:15: p.m. CHURCH

J Sunday School. lOa. m.I Prayer Meeting Wednesdays.' BROOKER :i Ann Gainey RAIFORD Mrs. E. W. Tompkins. I 24: Chancel Choir rehearsal 7:30. 537 W. can St, Starke

Morning Worship. 11 a. m. I "5:30: p. m. Rev. Joe Root .1! Feted with Showers The many friends of Sunday Church School Bob L. Badgett, Minister
, The Community Center was Mrs.1 SEVENTH: DAY
--aI -- -
By Shirley Green 9:45 Morning Worship. I 9:45 m.
: I II the setting for a lovely miscellaneous L. B. Wade will a.m. Sunday School a.
I I Rev. Joe McCullough of i 11 ajn. Snack Supper for M- ADVENTIST CHURCH Church Worship, 10:45: a. m.
&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAZ A4 shower Friday learn that she is ill in
WESTERN AUTO I i night for Miss Ann Gainey! South Florida was guest I Jacksonville hospital a'l YF. 6 pan. Youth Meetings. I Chi Rho. 5:30: p. m. Choir
Mrs. C. L. Atkinson returned Sabbath School [Saturday
6:30 Evening
Monday after several weeks I I. bride-elect of Kenneth Starling -j I speaker at the First Baptist she underwent surgery last pjn. 964-1324- I I practice 6:30: p.m. CYP, 7 P.
: Church last Sunday. I Ij i 7:30: p.m. Meeting. 7:30 p.
!I whose wedding will bean 1 m. Prayer
Starke Fla. with I Tuesday. Worship.
r and Mrs. Reed Lewis j 9:30 a. m. Morning I
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Dobbs I TuesdayCub Scout Pack I Wednesday.. .
: event of Feb. 23.
in Wiggins, Miss. She was I II i Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Warren Dowl- : 11 a. m. Located between Wilson -
of Gainesville was the Sun- meeting in Fellowship Hall.
NYLON I there due to the illness of I registration table was j ing and children were visiting| Road and Griffis Loop.TERILLEGAR. Zipper Notebooks $2.49 at
overlaid with a white linen day evening guest of Mr. and 7:30 pjn.
her little granddaughter, who. Mrs. Odes Dobbs. relatives in Raiford last week-,' Bradford County Telegraph.Boy's .
cloth with camellias and a WednesdayPrayer Meeting -
, is now improving nicely after candle in the center. I Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Flem- end. I I and Bible Study 7:30: p.m.
several operations. ing of Lake City and Mr. and Mrs. John F. Free I
TIRE The punch table was over- I ThursdayPrayer Group[
CARD OF THANKSMrs. I I: Robert Crow and little man of Hawthorne were Sat-
a laid with a white linen cloth. nephew I by WSCS in Fellowship Hall!!
Annie Johnson and i The crystal bowl was encir- Tommy Smith of Mi- urday visitors of his mother.j' 9:30 ajn. Story Hour for PriI -! MOTORS
DAVIS I family wish to thank every cled with fern with candles ami were Monday dinner Mrs. Mary Freeman, of Rai I
a for their beautiful floral guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. -= -
: one flanked on each side. There I
r : WEAR WELL ; offerings, the food, and all were white roses floating in I Tompkins.Mr. ford.Mrs.. Michael Dobbs and' *

Q < 6.7 Oil 5 Block Tube Type I their kindness during the illness -, the punch. and Mrs. Robert Cason children were weekend guests i WILLIAMSJEWELRY
I and death of her husband i Centering the gift table wasa took Mr. and Mrs. John Chase I. of her parents the Maxie

Calvin Johnson. large white wedding bell. to Jacksonville Thursday to Wilkersons.Mr. 1960 Ford V-8 Fordor

77 I Brooker Holds Election I Camellias were placed at I catch a plane for their homein and Mrs. Cecil Addi-I

The city of Brooker held I II several points of interest around Miami after a week's visit son Jrof Brooksville were
NO t\ "!111' their election on Feb. 12. the room. with their grandmother, Mr weekend guests of their par- REPAIRS Standard Transmission

r..IA"111( I Those elected were: Mayor. M-' Games were played and the : Lula Dowling, and the Cason ents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore WATCHES-DIAMONDS

?Q"JttlA .sta Ner..y..r t" "fl" JSS. : O. Harrell; City Clerk, Iva prize was won by Mrs. Madge I family.Mr. Rosier, and Mr. and Mrs. Ce- Radio and HeaterX99500
fko'"...TrI..''. .',,,, u"I"..."ca",a' Douglas; City Marshall Vic' Hicks. I and Mrs. Giles Tomp-! cil Addison Sr. i All Work Guaranteed
.a.*. \Ila'" ..- .."..brUIoIoIIUI. ...,.bl',.fit"",' : tor Jones; councilman, Terry'I The guests were entertained kins and children of Jackson The many friends of Mrs.i i A. C. William*I ;
(1,w' b'G he-"'" liD''"''dd 'N-__a.Mr' McDavid Guy Harrell andJ. 1 with a "Mock Wedding." ville were Sunday guests of John Ross wish her a speedy I 142 W. Call St.L .
:>,oT .od S1rtf-AM'... ,TlS-r*' 7.50 x 14 Elk. Tubeless 11.88 R. Mott.Remember I Jean Douglas played the partof I the E. W. Thompkins family recovery after undergoing sur-I

",D'15tj4iB tY1.'af",.,.-.III"P\.te,,IW.ot U. 7..".0 xli Wit. Tubele I 13.88 the Heart Fund I II the preacher; Lucy Edwards I Mrs. Nora Darby and Mrs. I gery last week. \L Starke, Fla. i

"pi AI.nb,GIll..op'.. '';.-,..dIUI,4.,.......'''':::pa',.01 irc, Not a seton d .. ].ot a retread I We would like to remind I Ii was the bestman; Louise t Morris Ash and little daugh- .--.- -=-
; ...A adlll---It..;;: i you that you will be contacted Wood, bridesmaid; Dol-'I. .
w.d.xa ... aad 1oT but Brand-New
......".. .ad..n.a.P MO..t a : this weekend on behalf of the I lie Harrell bride; Jeanette
CD" ":r tr. f.>..:.tot. DAVIS Quality Tire! : heart fund. If you are not Hayes, the mother; and Shir- affkL P IfrA

0'A"T oTttU\ : :Must at: .,. I f contacted you may leave your :i I ley Green, the father.Refreshments \ ,
yLfOrUf YSA1.fl! Why settle for less when I \: q EDOWN
coMr .. contribution with Shirley! of petits fours] h- 4aLdI
':: the safety of nylon cord I i and punch served the guests.!

NO MONEY\ 1! costs no more than rayon! :I The hostesses presented the jI {

,' .uywu.g_ Tested and proven tread COMPLETESEPTIC I honoree with a stainless steel; four fry Itcaft ;'r "

$1.25 Week. design for safety, riding TANK portable mixer and mixing p ::\ Y t
I comfort & Bonus Miles'' bowl.
Where Better Quality j
Hostesses for the occasionwere
Actually Cost Less
SERVICE Mrs. Guy Harrell Mrs. rd.f

IRONING BOARD . $6.19 Ernest Edwards Mrs. Howard;'' : BV-

I REG.---$1.39ROLLER'- -- Cleanouts Mrs.Douglas Malcolm, Mrs. Harrell Lloyd Wood Mrs. Final Clearance On All Fall & Holiday Goods To Make Room \FORGE

TRAY SET 77c Repairs Lloyd Barry, Mrs. Joyce Cast- ,
For New Merchandise
Installations len, and Miss Shirley Green. Arriving Daily.

I1 Out-of-town guests were -
t Mrs. Kate Starling of Graham':

I I CONCRETE CULVERT Mrs. Charles Waters Mrs. A., Ladies Ladies Long Sleeve

1/899 1 PIPE I J. Witt Sr., and Mrs. Howard DRESS HEELSVariety
i : Wait, all of Gainesville.
of'L' SWEATERSBanlons SPORT SHIRTSBroadcloth
Starke I The home of Mrs. W. E. l of stylish calf
I Bigham jr. was the setting,
9691952Green I, for a lovely lingerie shower ,, Fur and Wool Our Regular 6.98 to 8.98

Cove Springs :i\ for Miss Gainey Tuesday blends, Orlons in a variety and

''K2589 2843860FREE I, night, Feb. 12. Mrs. Stanley of lovely colors and styles $$300 Flannel

Battery Booster Cables! Puritan Closet Seat I with Green the assisted shower.Mrs. Bigham a Our Regular 2.98 to 4.98 .

Must for Con;
with Automatic !Install in a The living room was beautifully

Transmissions 99C be jiffy! whiteenamel! Dura* 2 99 yACGK Sf ;I decorated in a pink, $$100 TIE FLATSIdeal
Rustproof alu I| and white motiff. A wedding I Il
minum. Ea.8 ft. I air _
l schoo
bell a miniature bride and. for rugged

I groom, and pink candles were wear. Sizes 5 to 9

placed at points of interest in Our Regular 3.98 to 8.98
I ,
the dining table $900 ,
was overlaid \ +rf
1 3i
,? Cherry Pies with a white cut-work
l c r HAMILTON I cloth with a crystal punchbowl
I J I on one end and a beautiful Ladies Fall and HolidayHATS

1 t Reg. ]I pink and white artificial ; .
S9c 1SC I arrangement on the opposite ti ',** Orion and Sayelle Bulkies
1 1I '
t end. .-"',. Regular 4.98 to 7.98 .
A Valentine motif was car- <'
-I I I Regular $3.98 & $4.98
ried out with the decorations w

,. was floating on the punch // :
$300Ladies $100
II and refreshments. A pink n '
heart was floating on the ,II
I punch. R e f r e shments of -

: punch petits fours nuts and: Wool Ladies t.z
O miniature candy hearts were fOur
served.; Ladies Better
i The hostesses presented the :
Fall &
honoree with a white gown Slim tailored with seat f:1 Quality Leathers and Regular $1.00

I: and peignoir set. I lined and hip stitch Jewel-hydes. Regular $3.98to

: PersonalsMr. I pleated styles-8 to 18 .. $5.98
,I and Mrs. Charles Johnson I Regular 4.98 to 7.98 : 71C
and Bill of Live Oak were, :t.\\ \ ,

; Sunday guests of Mr. and ( y !.\ 'A Famous names in a variety $$200

I Mrs Terry McDavid and! $300 '_ > .; of lovely styles 5 Our. Regular. $1.98

t daughter Barbara Lynn. ] t to 15, 8 to 20, 14'/ to Sizes 2 to 18

THESE RANGES Mrs. Victor Jones entered 24'2.jur' .
Alachua General Hospital j
Regular 8.98 to 16.95 A )..,
Thursday for an operation. j Ladies FlannelPAJAMAS FINAL CLEARANCE : 41l "Cinderella" $$100Our
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Guestof I

MUST GO !IF guests Jacksonville of Mr. and were Mrs.Sunday W. E.;'! / DRESSES Regular 2.98

Bigham, Jr., and family. : GOWNS 7# $$500room Sizes 4 to 20
Mrs. Roxie Thomas of Pompano -'i 1i
Beach was the weekend i Regular $2.98 j/{' 1 for girlsEasycare
This is your chance to Buy A Range at never before guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred J'I cotton $198I

heard of Prices-They all must now. Only one of eachat : McDavid and family. Mrs. Mc- I / \lust make room for the ___
David returned with Mrs.i 2 for $$300 ( hundreds of NEW that gets "A" fort

these prices -- so you better Hurry! Thomas for a visit. I\ DRESSES arriving daily good looks dies and Girls

Miss Phyllis Darby of

Starke was the weekend guest w., Sizes 310 14
of Miss Patty Bigham. :Men's & Boys CAR COATSand
36" Standard
20" 30" Standard
AppRANGE FRIDAY + Our Regular $5.98 I


Reg. Price $99.95 Price $129.95 Price $129.95 I 1 i IN AXD CASE RE. IX:FOR Adoption XO.CHANCERY BRADFORD 13109.of COUNTY -j il I '11. PRICE CHERRYi'2 ((1(1( $$300Men's LONG COATS

-- NOW1500 -- -- NOW9995 .. .NOW9995 Shiela Joyce Waterhouse, I PIES
A aimor.; ;
; TO: Beatrice Brown Waterhouse 25C 112 PRICE
5151 Jefferson Street Houston. r, \
25, Texas. y4:4 i&
:, You are hereby notified that AT EAGLE'SMens
a petition has been filed in the I
ONLY ONE ONLY ONE ONLY ONE above styled Court by Ashley i : Better .1" .
Elwood Brown, Jr. and his: wife, \, gA\ Sleeve
Xatherlena McCaU Brown for I Long
i the adoption of Shiela Joyce '
Waterhouse, and you are here I : Better s
by required to serve a copy of.I
i your answer or objections thereto SPORTSHIRTS
upon Theron A. Yawn, Jr., I

30" Deluxe 36" Deluxe 36" Micro-Ray petitioner's mailing address attorney is: Post w Office h o se i i DRESS TROUSERSby ,

Drawer 310, Starke Florida ,
and to file the original thereofin I r
RANGEReg. the office of the Clert of the "HUBBARD"Fine
RANGE RANGE Circuit Court of Bradford County Handsome Selection of
Florida on or before March : quality worsteds with a hard I
Brands. Traditional
1. 1963. or otherwise show Famous

Reg. Price 199.95 Reg. Price $199.95 Price $329.9e said cause on petition or before should said date not why be ___ finish that hold their crease and Ivys with tapered h II I

.. .NOW15995- .- .NOW15995- .NOW25995- granted. waist and tails, Conventional 1 N .
pro Herein eonfesso fail not will or be a entered decree ,, never wrinkle. Plain front and pleated styles with 2

against you in the for petition.the relief requested models. Tailored fora.. perfect pocket.. Our Regular S-M-L-XL$3.98 ,.
This Order shall be published % c i
once each week for four conse fit. t
cutive weeks, in the Bradford sy
County Telegraph a newspaper

ONLY ONE ONLY ONE ONLY ONE of said Witness general County ray and circulation hand State. and within the Sizes 28 to 42-Regular 8.98 to 10.95 2 for $500 _:

seal of the Circuit Court at
Starke, Bradford County, Flor- FINAL a
ida this 23 day of January 1963. Special Groupof '
Regular $2.98
as Clerk of said Circuit Court I
PYROFAX GAS Co. By Janet M. Carter i i 1
Deputy Clerk 2 .r
Post Office Drawer 340
220 N. TEMPLE AYE. STARKE, FLA. Starke FloridaAttorney fir Petitioners

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he will receive I 1.'-...."0.':'".o.n.. ;-y:'--.t: .r.:. ." ... ...",. '. .. .. nrmnintr..nnn f!
tests and inter- j; T'.. "'.,- I Social Security with all this? Very simple! We and sons were visiting! Mrs. ,:
views to determine future ""., ', .,'. .'. see, several industries i:' Minnie Crenshaw of ;
ne\y Gaines-
; I';'<." : ;,. op- I
::1: SERVICE 1ENI training and assignments in :'1'4 *" "'-J': HG., -f 4 Iven. _, I: :KAjJ4.M: enin their doors, in our coun- rule last Sunday.. i( G L A S S That's Our Business "

, the Navy.: ... ., ty. Some 9f these are almost Mrs. Wilma Starling and I "If It's GIa'ss'y< Hive I(

I \ .\ D.\Y03IEN : 6 The next three months are .." \18;.''llic ardCainIA :t I designed and destined, to bring Richard Cain were in Jacksonville : CALL WRITE, OC Y $1T

Cpl. Charles u,. Noegel son the busiest for the social security j AL4.La.Ai.u.AAAAA I IGt in mpr- We are asking that Saturday on business. i( it 'z FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Noegel of district office in Gain- \ 1.Iart hund j: our community: be remembered Mrs. Jean Lefevers is still'' It

1 t : Starke.. is serving with theTh'lrf s esrille. According to John 'W. Driver*.rted i and considered' for some 'I' on the sick list this week, along : i GLASS CO.
I Battalion > : tor at least onei of these in- with some others. Mrs. .
of the I
:: Eighth .f.
I ,', ':; i i Spann. Jr.. District Manager, bffictaltevolunteers.. for thehehrt : \ (NOT INC.)
.. ..__--.._.om.___'--..'h":" ':'" ........ h--I.Marine Regiment now engagedin .J ::* ; f:: '> >f retire and claim ''t ltd'drive. began their dustries. We would like to see j B. Broughton" is still in Bradford "
'# a two-month training exercise : ::".ri., ,'. .,. more people in 'Graham I our,, community grow and : County Hospital and "fOl merh' Joe Peters Glass Co.
t. retirement payments in January work Monday '
in the Caribbean. The :,,," : .'" 'i' -' ..:... I prosper along with the rest Mrs.' D. Barnes is sick at We Design Modern Store Fronts
night and should have caned
main force of the Marine Exnpditionarv Xti"W 't.t'f' ." '.'::1" I, February. and, ,March t of our: county and our state.Sincerely home. We wish for them all Just Mail Us A Pattern For
: than at other time dur- upon you during this week.
: any ;,
Unit will return to i'I' and Respectfully a. rapid recovery Table Tops
.. :
Those volunteering their services I
in* the
ta Camp Lejeune. N. C. in March. 'I I I'" 4" ..".:..:.,." '"t>I..1l ; year. are Mrs. Irene Ratliff, Your Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas I 1313; N. ".. 4th PI. Gainesville; Fla. Phone FRY; -J3S3:

r.# : I II I I I.I u;; ..;:':,,.;:,>to.,,, l..<., .', Since the social security of f' Captain, Miss: Judy"} Brousrhton) The Forward-Looking Citizens -,, of Hampton were visiting with ,'
.Iia'N II I I I '" . I II. fine i can't hire. and train: Qxtrt : of Graham.Personals !'i I
:> .'I. ; Mr. and Mrs. Z. Robinson last
; ': J
Naval Aviation Cadet Billy I...... ...,_ -...... ,I I help just for this temporary;, and Richard'.. Cain'I as workers i' |I Saturday night. II'j j 1-
a B. Helsa.beck, Jr., son of Mr. I ': period, they point out certainthings The: drive in Graham will Mrs. :Debbie ''
Airman Hall
t Basic Leslie Moss, : of Graham, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Griffis j
.,.g': and Mrs B. B. Helsaberk) of i rontimw,. through, Sunday, i i
son of Mr. and Mrs. William F. that retiring ; o. I I' Robert Cain, and Miss Sylvia
of Palatka were visiting with
,",, Kineslev l L kp. graduated: Feb- .4. As' r9rt9'< by the'' i
on MOSS of Rt. 2, Starke, is being can do to help speed: up, the I Starling:: both of Gainesville his mother here Friday night. TER1LLEGAR\ MOTORS
: y' after' first
$'> 4 .a .:3{ Jan. 18 from the Naval School i reassigned to Sheppard AFB, service they get' from social. workers night'have attended, .. .. the dinner held by Visiting with lqnd Mrs. I !
'r >54/ Pre-Fiitrht at the the citizens of Graham I
T PensacolaFla. :' Texas, for technical training. asI security. i Oral Roberts in Jacksonville H. M. Was din over the week- ,

M ";: NA t The course covers a- U.S. Air Force aircraft propeUer. I I One thin! that helps is tn'1 already donated or pledged, ,. a. last Saturday. ':, end were Mr. and Mrs. A. T. ', *
z ra J/ nre-fliqht and officer indoctrination annd sum of monev. The rtl'iveni' ,
call ahead and find out what I j Mr. and Mrs. Cary Jones !
I repairman. He; completed '"- climax with p it Sun- I' Andrews of Gainesville,, Mr-
cb subjects and is the the first phase of his training day a.nd ,\time, i Js b9si? to coma .1:1'. :' 'The were dinner, guests of her son- and Mrs. A. Wasdin, Mr. and !

first step in an 18-month program i at Lackland AFB in Texas. II i in., The social i security office I' : 'ypekpnrt't'Olllrt'al"o Feb 2124.]like to in-law and daughter Mr. and ,'Mrs. Bobby Wasdin, both of i
.. )leading! to commission as 1 II I doesn't make appointments wnrkerc Mrs. F. B. Davis. Saturday. 1 i Jacksonville. Tommy Wasdin'of 'I 1959 Chevrolet 9 -- Pass
po -- Airman Moss is a 1961 grad- nortumtv to
take the o" ex-
I i a naval l officer'and designationas but they a.'n advise; which day I 1 Visiting with Mrs. N. J. Davis Waldo, Mrs. E. Roberts,
Airman 2-c Johnnie L. De- uate of BHS. His wife, the : nrp. s their heartfelf! thanks, to. .
as a \ aviator. : hour is best to visit the during the past week were f
and r and Millie Fogg, both 0
Vore son of Mr. and Mrs. J.I' former Sandra Brian., resides, 'I those people who have alreadvaiven I STATION WAGON V-8
R. DeVore of Rt. I. Lawtey, j at 314 E. Adkins St. in Starke'''Ii office.:According to Mr. SP ri'j FO Ipnpront1v to: the Mrs. Irene Bushloper and ,, Starke. j!
Wednesdays, i| family and Mrs. Lavda Wise. Hines of Graham
Mrs. B.
Pot. Robert R.
I Bradley, son -
is being reassigned to Indiana fund. Th nsP who have made Automatic Radio and Heater
i iI :! of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradley i Airman 1-c ;Paul A. Magyari, ;| Thursdays are usually good ). all of Jacksonville. Mrs.: Davis is visiting with! her brother [I ,
University for technical training
!! them
!! of lr.Latrtp, recently took partin son of Mrs. Margaret :Magyarij I Ii days to come in to the Gainesville I I their nlrdp' may: I I also was visiting with Mr. andI : and sister-in-law Mr. and ,: Power Steering and Brakes
as a U.S. Air Force Communications 1 i with :\Of"<;. Ratliff. i I
: a rjvpr-crossins! exercise on 1of Rt. 2, Starke, has arrived at1 office Fewer people I I Mrs., Carlton Davis of Waldo Mrs. N. Starling! of Gaines- :,
analysis specialist. Letter To Senator Johns! I II j f I!I :
Airman DeVore. who the Rhine River in Germany.HP j ToulRosieres'Air i Base ini! come in after noon than in I. > :: Saturday! j I I.I ville. ;
completed I I the mornings, so Spann recommends I have obtained the Dermifon !;- ;I Mr. and Mrs R. G. Griffis Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Brough- I II
i the
; first phase of j jI'
writers\ of this lot- i I $
of the
afternoon visitto have as guests Mrs. Griffis',: visit- $119500
the 8th Division's 505th Infan- unit of the tLS.'Air Forces in;, an j I ton of Gainesville were
'! military' training at Lackland try in Mainz. Germany. A 1961 I' Europe. those who would like I ter to Have: : i it rn,! e public.1 j parents; Mr. and Mrs. Tabbie,|! ing with his parents. Mr. and 1

.. AFB the specialized in Texas, was selected the for graduate of BHS. Pvt.'Bradley I;I A supply. specialist.' Airman. i iI j jMagyari prompt service. This letter i is, as. received by I of New York. I j I, Mrs. Carl Broughton over the j 1
course on I
entered the Army in April 1962 entered the service in There is another advantage me. I. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sparks weekend.FUKfRlBflf. I
basis of his interests and apti- ; j Fla. |
Grahan, I
and completed basic training i II in caning ahead beforq >a visit i '
I December 1960. He 1 is a gradual\
ludes. He is a graduate of BHS Jan. 22, 1963 r ,j jI jI
at Fort Gordon. Ga. He has I r i ate of BHS and before:going 1 1I to, the pcial 'security office. "
and attended Georgia Tech. .
E. Johns
1 I ri Sen. C1oriQ1t
b overseas since last October The: /social, security: people .
i overseas stationed at
i was MajI gMrkP, Fla.
: need. certain records, such"as
_. Richard P. Nichols, son of j ther AFB.in. California. earnings t>*r ]Mr ,Johns:
Thomas L. Hardin, son of proof of'ape. 1962! ,I TERWILLEG'AR
: Mrs.: Myrtice Nichols of Starke, ,,, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence V. etc., from people who claim Do von remember!! us? We I
is undergoing nine ueeks of Hardin of Starke is undergoing I Pvt. Douglas J. Brantley benefit payments: Some people !are an area in tfe Po th_..",t ;v .:---cr>-" -r:: ". V r'

: basic recruit training at the nine weeks!; of basic train- I' son of Mr. and Mrs. j. L.I i need to bring one; thing! Dart of the munty. Our Name I 1 x

Naval Training Center. Great in? at the Naval Training! Brantley of Route 2, Starke, :j ji and some another. It'S' } better <
: Lakes, Ill. During this periodS Center. Great Lakes Ill.r i recently completed the 15- to find out ahead of time whatto i In veart r at! we were rea--
week radio teletype operator's bring in. I I onablv well populated with

.S-. I course at the Southeastern Mr. Spann said that every 1 j several! small industries and KILLS GERWIS TOO!
Signal School, Fort Gordon, I Ii Loadedi4H
body who works for wages even a railroad line serving!
r i; Ga. A 1962 graduate of BHS, !' should bring their 1962 with- the PTpq. DUP to the ever-! ia.'tft'

... FLOHDA | Pvt. Brantley entered the Army :- :: holding tax statments. Self- rh\l1fJin?! nfpds of our county

.. j' last June and completed !I, employed people' should bring anti our tlt:>oulP. we have grad- u JLUin J

.. basic training at Fort Gordon! 'copies, Of their 1962 income ually decreased'! both in size
I _
tax returns. "We have to include anrr ,.!?opulqtton. We still] Bleach
I Airman 1st Crass Walter E. '! the, 1962 'earnings whenwe maintain a small business' a a aro nd DISINFECTANT i

: -THEATRE- Taylor of Starke, is being reassigned : figure the benefit. pay- rohnr"". anti a post office. We 41 I I s I II.

to Moody AFB in ,! ments, 'and it saves time" if Ag loiter: ? on hard surfaced Loosens dirt, brightens Cleans and disinfects
Georgia informationwith I I whites, sanitizes clothing sickroom,bathroom,kitchen. a a
following his grad- | folks bring this P.ie-h\V is with several othr I
.. uation from the U.S. Air Force them".he. added. : rH-tftn subsidiary roads BleachDisinfectant
OPENING TIME; technical traihing'course for': Some documentary evidenceis fwlth more to come we are Hood r I.,j
jet aircraft maintenance technicians needed for proof of age. t010 connecting with it. !

Y: MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY at Sheppard.AFB., ':' Most people have an old insurance Now why do we bother you and : ::1,t,j'j't

: .. OPEN 7:00: P. 31.( SHOW STARTS 7:30 Texas. Airman Taylor' wastrained : policy, family Bible, -. I
supervise arid perform ., or other old record that can I i:: u

: FRI. 3:30: SAT. 1:00 SUN. 2:00 detailed, maintenance, I i be used but often forget, to i ATICITY ... oJ
Rod inspection- of single and bring them to the social security ; -
multi-engine'jet aircraft.Pvt. office when they come'to '
Thursday Friday. Feb. 21 22 I FISH ANDHARKET
: to claim benefits. Others go I II TRADED IN ON THE

John A. Reddish, 18, to considerable effort to' get I

.: DOUBLE FEATURE'1..f> PROGRAM..... son of Sheriff and Mrs P. D. I a delayed birth certificate'i i.! : MEAT j
I Reddish of Starke recently This is often unnecessary. "If
.: f_M NO 1 NO. 2 completed eight weeks of re- you'll call us before you come FABULOUS 1963 FORD 1

in and tell wHat .!
us age records -
.a BEWARE THEBUCCANEERS connaissance training at The '
11\ .: ,. Armor Center, Fort Knox you have" Spann said, 'I A George Washington Special -
Ky: He was instructed in I "we can tell you which. of FRESH -
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them to i
scouting, patrolling and col- bring. .
9 LB
IF lecting information on enemy The social security district i!i FRYERS ; .
office in Gainesville is at"411. j:
6. ; I
9M troop movements Pvt. Reddish I I
S. W. Second venue. The SMOKED hi
r h 1 r Y entered. _the Army last USEDOARSJ i
telephone number is FRANKLIN
September and completed basic PICNICS LB. ..
I 24308. ,
training at Fort Gordon, TO SELECT FROM
Ga. He ise a 1962 graduate of ,

the Notice undersigned is hereby under given the }pro-hat !j; BACON .-' LJ. .. j

Pvt. Larry H. Crosby, son of visions of Chapter 20,953, Laws BY THE PIECE : ,
Airs. Iris A. Crosby of Zephyr- of Florida Acts of 1941, will I ; f

A CI\.lMItA"CTt $IIl'IrA."f Alrrr Mr 1I, KYO..AaIarI R1 (lF! hills, and William Crosby of Circuit register Court with, the in and Clerk for, of Brad-the )SMOKED '" '

$ COLOR I Route 2, Starke, left Oakland, ford County Florida, upon re- LB 3 31962 Ford Falcons 1
r i Calif. recently aboard the US.'' ceipt of proof ot publication: of ,5AUSAGEWLL .
this notice the fictitious :
name .
Plus Cartoon -- "First Flight Up" NS. Gaffey for assignment in STARKE HARDWARE COMPANY ,;
I. I Seoul, Korea. under which we are engaged "
in business at 108 East --1961 Fords & Falcons
Pvt. Crosby a 1962 gradu- Call St.. Starke. Florida.M. I is
Saturday Only Feb. 23 "I ate of L. Proctor, Jr., and Ito I SAUSAGE ,: _
r Zephyihills High I* Proctor 105 S. E. 48th Street, /tc_
School completed basic training i Gainesville. Florida owners. r --1960 Fords & Falcons
N DOUBLE, FEATURE PROGRAM at Fort Jackson S. Dated ''this fth day of Feb- VHITE i
.. C.,I ruary A.D. 1963 'at Starke is. _ .
and Bradford County, Florida. .
graduated from the U.S. BACON .
%-7 4t '238Have
PETER THOMPSON Army Ordnance School at I I 4-1959 Fords .I

REAIIURBIDEMcttri Aberdeen Proving Ground in j I I L.I'

r Maryland, ranking third in his you an old refrigerator,j'I SPARE RIB -
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class. fan or tools which you no long. .

..... CQIti He is the grandson of Mrs. I I. <}* Ue., Convert them Into cash I II Volkswagens .

Amanda Crosby and the late now. Phone 96 -3101 and:, aak

a r h C18RM.TEI MOTION NCTUtt OlOTBUTOfiS.INC. W. T. Crosby of Starke. for, classified.NOTICE. ;t I II iI,i CHI.CKENBACKS 515. 49cALL 3 -- Oldsmobiles ; : : ,

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r Added Cartoon "Home Life" slight increase in subscription rates'. i '
-- X 1955 -- 56. & 57
r will be effective March 1, 1963 .. '

I .'r Sun., Mon., Tues. Feb. 24, 25, 26 In Starke- Trade. :Area .. ,,." ... CENTER CUT PORK C CHOPS! ib. 69c ill l ALL MAKES I..

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: March 1, regardless of exPiration I

I'D I A date.Bradford. I T I TODAYS

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1i I they did to! us lYAC's "You I $9, You know I go to the ... ..... .__ _'_.M -&r. _._.'!.'._ ._ I E beat us to that. is isconsQlate,for he enjoyed. ,TIlE CIU'RCH OF GOD .. .
asked for it, you flag-waver." clerk's office intthe court playing with the cat. OF I'HOCHECY 1
f Farmer's I
I think our enemy put those house and she fills ojjt! .the application ft Diaryv Getting the car out of our Brooker, Fla. I

\ phrases,in our,mfajds...,{0 God blank. I pray that ; driveway is still ..a probtom, Spring will be mighty! welcome -

I ;te help me, j" would like to find my passport gets back in time, '.Sam McHarvey and judging by places we see thjs} year. We can't wait : Unli'l.: 10, 9 ,m. I

} an island where' it is warm and for we sail ,from New York J in the county, other folks are until. the weather warms up Morning WOlship 11 affi/V.; I

j : w i r 'of tYt/cL !et a lot of my aviators and :ilarch 4. I am so t r1lled. I JI I he'll wind up jn a pot. ,, having the sime.: trouble. Tip' ,the birds, start singing, and L.. B. Young: People's Service

I I A(06f Air Corp boys together. To let have had my smallpox vaeeintion ; to newcomers: Jf you do get ; the budsjStart popping. We've 7 p.m. Evangelistic Service) 8 1

. ; 'C1{ iura Bur ess ( ,' them bathe in tj" salt water again. Hal one Jn service V ted Mrs. J. C, Sapp in stuck, and the wheels spin had enough cold weather to : p.m. Wednesday Prayer Mee. |<\

! ox: Jttl( !Sulphur !springs, 1ml- to he in the sun I would Us in lp$4, but this one has f her pw ASC office and saw endlessly,' get out and jacii i last us for. a long. timt.. tug 7:30: p.I11.-K. J. Robinson !I

their nurse asr I --is1" t. 'ielp taken agam. Ha! I'.had a shot ; r the fine set-up we have: for up. ,the ar. and put some : Sr. pastor.

I Wherein we have, zero and handed out at funerals.; : and lie an aidn P in i in the other arm!. fjjr typhjpd.! our grieultural offices now. boards or, other-material under -:- ,In fact, today you can hear i iI

, weather and icy winds sweep makes me think of my good!q I the last.weeks oi the war. Ha! I am waiting for instructions Incidentally, piefced up a 'copy the tires. Otherwise,,, you this said time and time again: I I 1
from WhEaton College Tours in deep it will take a "Ii it will turn off warm, Cash Paid for Good. Clean
down from the north- prepare -, Don and mv' cousin Sethj my : We would sing and pray and J of a fine new booklet "Orna- dig so' just
for my trip U the Holy Uncle Charlie Grandpa 'Burgess 'i ?;et reads, .for Taps and the : Dr Free t is to seno me a list]t tof mental plantings," which bulldozer to get 'Qij QUt. We : you'll never hear me complain Rags. No Khakis or \VUA11: I j
all shots. I remember he learned this the hard again about the summerheaU" Cotton. Brin* to.KAPH. Ttrcrkph! .
last should way
roand-up. God bless them e be useful to all
and far away. places.. and manyi other good It Is staying cold: right on, who '
: all. I God,'let this dream once told me the two I am are in I II
pray .interested landscapingtheir
soldiers of the many wars our, and (for raw damp days this FOur ,, ,
There will be a great en- I of mine come true. I so want : having. My arms are sore, bu : homesites. .
, country has won. I love the i winter has been one of the gray cat.has wan ere 1 I v -. !
campmentIn last two lines" "Listen! to the :, to help them. i I, I am so happy t the soreness book,-,You,will remember that A'. : off and we presume must be n I

the land of clouds today.A thunder rolling, they are! We haye had zero weather \ made me jOyfuL'Vnoopee! ;: old Billy Bowlegs said this Plum pear persimmon added to thelonlist, of ,pets : D & %W AUTO SUPPLY Inc.

mingling and merging i i marehing in the sky."'Here! on! and the wind blew cold. It is For so many months J wondered was going to be a dilly, and:. trees stili holding off, and it ; that have taken"up with us I

Of our boys who have gone earth so'many of our soldiersnow not daylight as yet. I have i, if I could ever be hap- : it turns out that he was right ': looks now as if we may have : and then left.; The, cat came State Rd. 16 Between Church ,and Cherry Sts. ,, !

away. are forgotten Veterans been up for some time. I get ;, py: again. J: wept and my I And now'. the,weather. Bureau: another good crop such' as .we ,, here as .a kiit'e about five STARKE. FLA. 1,

Though on earth they are : in ho:"pitals. They have been UD early to read my devotionals heart acht'd. But J ]have taken : chief ,tells us we have 30 more : had following the cold winter : rears ago and managed to. Phones-961-4441, 964-5S91 '
disbanding ; and pr .y. I sing songs, sacred -: on new life and I feel that'God : I'I't
thrcmru ;# much! nn1 seen so days of U, coming! five years ago. We hope so escape death a number oftimes : Owners ,
They close and from hymn book. 1;, has plans) for my life.. I : 'I i ,
are my I
very last ;
as had ,one including from
much misery of war that now and't' year we only : once ; I). R. "Doc" Devrick Chfssie: Devrick !
near, ill and in hospitals, their' love to sing. For a time after am praying for guidance i By some process the ani- ;persimmon and some varmint ,Leo's ferocious jaws. Faddle i; .
hope to do good. At this moment 1' I' Joyce L. Ward
For these brave and honored minds cannot keep stable. Don was killed I lost my t' .n ale knew the fold was coining (- 1
heroes voice. I could not sing high,.;I I am full of JOY. I :
They are lonely and forgotten.You and grew thick warm
Show no sorrow shed no1 out there who read this: only very low. Now my voiceis have been through a terrible ; coats to help them throughit. : \
; thing but I feel it has brought'i TERWIIMAR MOTORS$ Automotive Parts
tear. : If you have a relative in a coming back and I led the Poor old Man has had to Supplies-
me nearer to God and an understanding j.
They have lived a life of Veterans Hospital or home singing in Sunday School i l make it with the same thin '

glory. :, write to him. go to see him. Sunday. They liked my style., of problems of i skin and lukewarm: blood, 1
History pins their medals i I had them all get up stand Veterans'for having been with AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE SHOP WORK
Have mercy, God in his great and while >he weather satellites *
high; tall, and sing out. They did them in hospitals. They had; EQUIPMENT PAINTS TOOLS
I: wisdom has spared you. but are dandy, they can'ttake
1 Listen *o the thunder rolling ; this man, when young and I well. I was happy. i the saddest faces I ever be- ; the place of long woolen SMALL ENGINES & PARTS
My son took me to the ': held. One boy with his foot I I'I
j underwear.
healthy, the finest God ever '
They are marching in the, made, gave his life and his courthouse to see about my'I off half way to the knee. God: 1959 Oldsmobile Super 88 Boats :Motors Trailers Fishing Tackle
t' help him wherever he ,is now.!
sky. passport. I had to have my
time for his country. Many Only planting we've heard Shakespeare Rods and Reels Water Skiis -
I -Arta N. Chappius. picture taken, so now I go 1 A,college graduate, handsome. I It *
enlisted, so when they got to I of is a 46-acre field of Charleston Ski Belts Tool Sets.
I i i again to get my pictures and i Yes, he enlisted I Fordor, Radio, Heater, Automatic!
The above poem is aps."; amp, they were given the I send my birth certificate and t j Here is a BEAN SALAD. I d I Gray watermelons,And

It is in the front of a folder hardest labor, and details. ;I [from canned beans]: !I that grower will plant again: and Power We sincerely appreciate your patronage and welt

we used to have for Veterans Those drafted pften said, as i, i I 1 can green beans; 1 can of : in about 10 days, as insvu-; come; your suggestions as to how we can serve you

WRINGER TYPE i I yellow wax beans: 1 cup red I 1 1I ance against frost or other better.

I KELVINATORWASHER : beans [canned: 1-3 cup di:1- troubles. $119500; This Business is lOO "c locally owned and all our
: f : employees! ] are local people.
j I Snug and warm the tobacco
i green peppers. Add 1-2 cup ,
I .
'r: = ::=-. --!!::'- ';l.T" rO .-;::; ::-- ;:: : oil; 1-2 cup vinegar. 3-4 cup seedlings are coming along I' .
I --- ---- ----
,I i ii fine in their seedbeds, although -- ,
i sugar salt, pepper. Mix all together -i
and let stand overnight.,\ there is always the

This is good and makes a nice j j danger of? ,)blue mold, epeeia- 1 "

dish to take for ""covered: ly in this damp cool weather

::0; '::::: :-.s-; ,-..r.:-:;_.-';__=:-" -- I dish." The ,plants area not, growing? ; WORTH'S \
HELPFUL HINTS: My fast, and that's a good thing', OfTIorida t.

; grandson lost his billfold. It|i for now it looks like ,it will :

:, is a tragic thing in these days,j I be some time before any can ;,"
CUBKtllHE Sill! ((Formerly Robbins)
: for one has so many numbers be set out in the field. : y

i and licenses in it. Now you S e e

fellows get a wide rubber By the way. the first tobacco F.; f

band and put around your planter! in Bradford County -
*4ko billfold and>it will not slip Out was. Rufus M. Johnson, 7
on (, t of your pocket no matter if ,who as a shai -cropper for C. I

jou stoop over or what kindof B. Roberts, planted four acre;" 4'

WATER5JSS COOKWARI work you do. These days over in Graham in 1924. The! : -4 : k'

r we all have lights. ,So keep crop a averaged 800 Ibs. to the

cooks better because it's. exfrcr-fMcfe aluminum. ,, your fuse on hand. Nail a Jar acre and brought 14 cents a
f" ""
,, 'lid to. the rafter where your pound at the mark t. r
by Wesf Bend fuse box is and put fuse in .' *
r; : ,r \' 1 I DURING OUR 3-DAY
f '!, LOOK AT All YOU. CUI ::1\ w, .a,,, ';f jar and screw in the lid. j! 'The berry plantings have, ,
:' .'" I 1 Qt. Sauce I blnl-hM", ,"\ COMPlETE SET : The Sioux City Journal been held back just.:about the i

!,f 1, Cov Pan.with r aivmln gaug* 1 -.,''t. {; I : used one of my prayers again I way >the, growers want them "

fti"I 2 Qt. Saut I Snug-fitting!! r ';' .. l I i f/NTO/i :
: Pan with 11 /
3-' vap ; ,
C.vr tov//. 'f 9 5 I DEAR LORD: WE COME TO I and sunny there should be aspectacular
: $13 I
.t"t CnueraU COnt.ur-e... i ,burst of bloom rLAAIES
t,, I Inset Pan handles 1 i -- PRAYER; WE TRUST THEE and fruit .Then. a good demand :
t S Qt. Dutch IrIlUnt 1.i I -- '
.i i. 0..0.. satin-ray ?, .r:(FAITHFULLY ABOUT OUR i at, the"marked tyth-high prices '
'j. aaitcr latarion u.: ; I EVERY CARE.: : AMEN, |I, and
10" SkilUI low heat, h" Tri-Action Agitator Big Bradford's No. 1 1 I
"f Dutch OVM minimum {,* k" So again I am, .:!.happy. I crop will ,reaVy'par,. ; off again.. :: ,!ACETATE.. r
.i Cov.r sits water _: / I Capacity Tub, Finished Girls Panties
h 'i Skillet) ceoUag 1''' .J4f''..,. j Inside & Outside In : pray. almost constantly I gm ,." ., ': ,, i Ladies Self-Seam

1 i! Rust-Free Porcelain. sure, ",ln time 'I shall find my I WANTED: .dead or live, : Hollywood d : Briefs Qr Seamless- Mesh 1?

1 k Island and my place in the the sharp-toothed-bunny rab- ,.' I 0
I Double Seat
:, PRICES START A'r' sun.Any one know of an'island bit which gnawed:Alice's pansy ': 'ti t
2 DIt1 fWlS9t.a YR[ ; I, $99.95" for sale or the settling? Whoo'-: plants to the, ground this ; H'SEssort Soft Cotton

,. aY. ( :'pee! week It jnight be ,that he'I Batiste t, E
,, God bless you everyone. i I gathered them for a St. Velen- : I

MCGRIFF LOVE, :MOTHER LURA.l tine's Daypresent for hislongeareo : I Ruffled tL,

x f .: :My address: .girl\ \ Fiend :but ift Legs

Y Trading Mart : Mrs. Don Q.Mohr I he gets caught around hereIN
F i M' ax .4 I
> r stunt : Box 104Sulphur _. 1 Bias Cut w'
130 N. COURT ST.
SAUCEPAN : Springs, Ind. ; 'THE' CIRCUIT
2 OT. tc, OF
I 'I"" R Fit
-- Eifu m JUDICIAL.CIHCUIT For Comfort and

a AND FOR OP" B.1 1'LOIUD DFO Jlp IN Sizes 5 to '10 Sizes 4 to 14SPECIAL

s. CASE C'OU.NTVi A'O. 13-101.IN r CH.1XCERY. Regular '$1.15 Value

t4f J08tjln D. Warred, I SPE.CIALPAul I *
Plaintiff' I, Colors( .

i +f IkSET tYt Q1.IAN r% QUALITYBUILT12Cii.Ft.Kelvinaler ,, of Tampa-YeFlorida-HUjuJpyient, a corporation QojtBpany, erg ai, Sizes 8l' to il 2 PAIR99C.

Defendants, 3 ,66'c
1 e

Florida In the :name; of the State of j, 2 Pair $1 QO
Certalu-Teel Products Cor'* Reg.-2 Pairs $1.49
1s por&tlon 120 East Lancaster ,
; ATenue, Ardwgr.Penuarlvanla, i,

.N Yi $ 1899h"' Tfiu suit are In hereby-A.dJty notified'baa ten'that''I FRUIT OF 'tQOM ; :

cT, ONLY brought by Joseph 'D, Warren?i MEN'S FIRST Sizes (-
DUTCH OVN a; p ; 'lYade as plaintiff In'the Circuit Court Soft QUALITY 41-
ei of Bradford: .
w" sLA' County,*' Florida against : MLX'BOY'
you- and jJsp against,' Touch .
i Florida
I Equipment Company ptj ,
Tampa, &'corporation;;L. A. Davis 'in...
"l ; J. T. Quigley Phoenix Assurraace "
-, n
1' FREE! d Company, New York,'; FIRST Sizes'
RECIPE LOOK t' a New York corporation; Har- QUALITY 33c
I car, Aluminum.'products Co., a. 6-16 .,
11 Itj N 11 Ie corporation; ajtid Air Control
: 1 4ter Products of OcaUt,Inc., a corporation
; as :4efendants. in the [1
above styled -.cause, t* declare !
SXiLLIT + 3 7- and adjudicate the following I
A -'L desorlb d Property situate tn."
eat ] I Ig l Bradford Ceunty, Florida, to-wit: ; FRUIT. OF. liOOMMen's ; : MEN'S
__ Lot 1 of Block In Pine-
rI haven, ateordlBjr to plat I ; Sanforized
thereof recorded In Pla Boxer -:Gripper
r + I f Book-2 at Page $5 of the -
current :public :records ofBradford
,. Count}, Florida. 1! J I Khaki I
to 'be' the cbtsXttutlpnal home- I 'HOlk WORK :

declare etaaQ ''of and,th adjudicate/!' 'plaintiff and; said to I: 1 SC 'tiJj4 Gray

homestead to. he exempt from
r'i the lien .of the judgments<< held green
GUARANTB i :- II by you. and .the other named /
defendants :"agajust the ,said Y
W. guarantee tbne =- = I -i-_- Joseph- Dot Warren., 'p 111A N T ,S'Sizes
3 DAYS ONLY ..xtt.tkick altar 1 Xoii ue hereby. !urnmon'f.i.! -
rum at.DiUs to b 'ordered and ,required Lo ,file t| 28 to 46
r yourvrittea answer Ot defensesto .
bee from defects ia ,
the oomplamt and amended f r
PILLOWS .ttrial&D4wa}- complaint'wltti the Clerk of said ,
ttttaUp.Any Putt W I I.Clrc it Court !B the County I ,_ o a oi
[+ thereof which Court House at Startle, Florida, I
ONLY s on "or before February 2$. 1S63 I

REGULAR$2.98 $ | 00 -Wl>pJacK*r. proved U cheerfully defective[re- Check the$$ quality KelvinatotMt mlt Knjghr and t
FC : FuH-Wtdtb! E Stefa herein whose .address is: P. O. r
t *
t 58.6 Ibj. >: Storage : ? Drawer F;' Starke. Florida,'*ra $2.1 $3.99

,*3 F -Width Shelves. *2 FutWidth! Door Stetm'. or before-,said fete.-as. requiredby .. .
\ 1 ,,' : } the Jaws of Florida and flip t Value Value
FRIDAY ONLY Giant Porcelain_ Crisp ItonontIe.Potarsp1He yafi'.I Florida 4R les' of CiTii Procedure ,
,If you fail }.0 do so a de
Handy Butkr Chest *Beautiful& 1 Modern Styling. \ One 'pjoeonfeK>vwll bf'enter-
Cherry Pd' against yen for the relief del -
: '- I AAru d'm the*- complaint
A 4. Kelvlnatsr-brings I ;you,i.feater',.value. I It is hereby, ordered-that( thY ,: .
Reg. : : Xetlce shall,'be puWished" .one .
69c 25C lid. 1i..asaI&t.cm1fy..ata&a! moid -duncweaafrx&n ouch week'for.to epnllf' utive .
1 c !,*:imprwefflsuis! ,brinftottem to 3 jssatl ta! ', I' Tefpgraph/weep in'.The: Bradford doll! qualified County ,' 1 K e

: SON -1"tafed-dad.pptw+tfd L i BamsI of tod i tilt .. newepapfr or _general .creu.\a-\ : ,..--," .'.
I Basic tapnwrtiesi/ pr(9ii-( ;are tfwQSSft tf. &e ftfwstitfttn I tictr within sang Bounty. _s ;
WITNESS Tar hand >as, Ckrlt : -I J OF \
"ITS A FACT YOU CAN DO, BETTER, AT" Fcjyjflfltofl t and th.. .*4t; >t staid Court at : 1 i .
NI Stark Bradford C unfy. Fiord t I
; rda,).tday o(J4nuanr. IStSl I Buy Where: Your
Denmark Furniture Company I -
O ., As Clef k'of the(Circuit Court : ,
: Of Bradford. County Florida. UUIU II iJ FLORIDA ,
; Dollars Are
.. .of,Starke 130 N. Court' ,SU 'Photo:;9ij:1.i: 2./: r .HOJJJS(cmcurr V.'TCNIGHT-co a.? SEAL. ) 1'! l. 10,4 1''' 1 > : .

Call'St. Phone 964-4321 *' : '.p.-O. Drawer' F .; .MORE
446 West "
434 The..nesf" ,

,.. ." See Us For.' .. -" .Deal: .' In Or.Ouflbf"_ '". ... .,. ,.: ...:, Attorney Starke, Florkia, for4igittttfI4p ..". .. ': r' ..\ WORTH,"., W, r'.... "" r ., '_<-.>*_ ea-e ,, .... ... k,. .1 _... ...-__..._ ..

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FEBRUARY 21,1963


Y c Let's Cotiardeiiiiig I -- -

It t

B) Hervey Sharpe

Florida Agricultural Extension

. Service i
? I

"My new home is fine-ex- I
cept for the lawn These
words have been lamented WHEN YOU SHOP AT
thousands of times. .
Hundreds of new mortgage

holders write to the University Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru February 23rdHEINZ
of Florida seeking an answer ': "' "> COPYRIGHT-WINN-DIXIE STORES. INC.-1963
to their problem. They -
find that there is no simple COLONIAL BRAND QUICK FROZEN LARGE BAKING or STEWING (C Finest quality USDA Choice
answer because each lawn is Lamb. Close Trimmed of excess
an individual problem. KETCHUP CutUp Hens LB 29 i fat and bone before weighing. I
Home owners with a nice 0 0 0 's T From Swift Premium, another ,
bank balance usually let the ...-oz. BOTTLE 7 _J :: '-" ==.'''-\\W: =--_ ..__ .. name you can trust from Winn-
local landscaper handle the ONLY *I \r, ;tl1f Dixie. '
problem because it is hard
work getting a green carpet PURCHASE Of $5.00 Oft MOREL Brown Sugar Curedri Y
+MIT OKI coupon rut CUSTOUEX w
around the house. VOID AFTER FEBRUARY t3RO I A
But if you are the average 43 I 8 1
new home owner you'll take
the do-it-yourself approach. .I d
r _
The first big job is to grub i} .
out all the undesirable items I Pork RoastLb.391 I 4 iY i- I

that the contractor's bun-I I I I !I s. j U. S. CHOICE Whole or HalfLegOLamb ,
dozer failed to gouge out.
REG. 49* COPELAND BAGSausage tl
The next several sets of I Iq z Lb. 691
I. I SAlllr IPI.
blistered palms will be earned lb.45" PRA ,
while raking and clearing a- U. S. CHOICE Loin Lamb ,
way surface trash. This will '3

include removal of plaster dpi i I d I 1 I Chops Lb. 98,
lime or mortar deposits. These 1 d d f I,.,'

Will materials make it if alkaline left in the and soil will 50 Free 3Mf? Green Stamps f: kcrj U. S. CHOICE Rib Lamb

give you grief later. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF .I Chops Lb.19
By this time you should be FOUR PKGS. op ASTOR FROZEN .
acquainted with every inch of BABY LIMAS Swift Premium Canned Swift Premium Sliced ,
your domain and be able to i c U. S. CHOICE Shoulder Lamb

paper.put your All landscaping you need is plans a scale on 1 AT ANY WINN-DIXIE d 1d j 7'r Chops..Lb.59,

drawing of the buildings BB ,
ACON1 j ; 1
1 ,
I ..,. .
trees and other features of '.i U. S. CHOICE Shoulder Lamb
your property. : t. sW 1
Graph paper will do fine for Irid r dot x :. :1 Roast Lb.49,
the initial "art work." While sWw i'
making your plans rememberto 50 Free fir/:" Green Stamps j. 4Lb. $ 991! ({! U. S. CHOICE Lamb
keep the lawn area free of WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF '
unnecessary shrubs. Not only Two PKGS. FROZEN RICH'S 'J ::1 Breast Lb. 19;
will this give your new mortgage CHOCOLATE EGLAIRS Can t :. '1 1t .
a spick-and-span look L.i r'fM 1 ff \ '"
but it will make lawn mowing j!

easier After later a big on.rain check for' I 2 yEUELinssmmMmw AT. ,ANY, WINN-DIXIE IllW'IIi -delWE fi}'<-" WiN' ...d..'. "g''S'W'" y....:,:!.',;.,,.<,'':'''" .,'WN''..'!'','f y : : _",."_ __" .:_-- -m'f: Gr. Lamb 39':;; 1
standing puddles of water I.
if and level 1:'.. GIVE WEGIVE WEGIVE W G/vE _
and needed grade \ ; f' WEGIa'E WFFGIVE WFyQl L WEG"E WExG/VE WfrGtVE WEG/vL W GIVE W G/vE W\OIVE WrrGUEI
.the lot. For better looks and \ Q1 l''.Y I I I I' I" I
;, I: I I 'I i JEN j
I .
for drainage slope the earth ';"'<: '0<
el land this is nearly impossible i

one foot, of but slope try per for 100 at least feet I &frs a d I = &TAM'!1" 4 1 r I, r .1 _44 21 II ; r d__._(

of Soil lawn.testing should be included frLOOl 50 Free ##/" Green Stamps ... 50 Free *tf Green Stamps M H 50 Free :&'Wo" Green Stamps


will show you the plant food ftlJ CANSNIBLEfS CORN V ONE 24-oz JARPEAHUt BF11ER BAY 'AolsPIRIN.
requirements for growing a
V .
On sandy soil add about sMpsw : g AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN-DIXIE -
three cubic yards of organic 3 S
matter per 1.000 square feet F4AE'f MA h

of lawn area. This will pro- -
mote better grass growth. Peat,
composted crop residues or I FRESH, TENDER YOUNG Save 81 Tenet Tissue Limit I please. ,

recommended.similar organic Mix materials the organic are- Delsey 1 Rolls 191 -

material into the soil. A Pole Beans 2 2 9"
I MORTON Chicken, Beef, Turkey, Ham, Salisbury IBS.
ranted rototiller will do the \ A Save 10* Each DEEP SOUTH SALAD

Job in a hurry. Dinners 2 For S9l
c What to Plant U. S. No. 1 SWEETPotatoes Dressing 29x

There's no ideal grass. All MORTON Apple, Cherry Peach, Coconut
Save 3 J.-i* Ea. STANDARD (Limit 6 please.

the popular grasses will give !, $

reasonable adequate ground care. Selection cover with of I'' Fruit Pies 3 For 1. 5 LBS. 49RED Tomatoes 91

LIBBY'S Fresh Frozen Florida ((6-0 Cant)
a' grass is a matter of personal Save 9f Ee. THRIFTY MAID Yellow Cling

preference of the soil.and consideration 'II, Or'geJuice4F99or ? 0 ROME BAKINGApples Peaches S ** ** $1.SaY8 .

The zoysia grasses have won ASTOR Fresh Frozen BRUSSEL ((10-osJ)
acclaim for texture but re- : e 2 LBS. 2 9 6* Ea. LYKES CORNED ((1S-z.)

quire Centipede much care is "poor and good man's"soil. :I, Sprouts 4 Pkgs. 51.OR Beef Hash Can 2.91

grass that does well on sandy Fresh Frozen SPEARS OF ((10-oz.) Save 6 V
I ( Ea. THRIFTY MAID ((32- x. Can)
soil with small amounts of j I Sid

fertilizers St. Augustine and rates few good mowings., but I!I Broccoli 4 Pkgs. SUPERBRAND Grade "A" Fresh Medium Florida Apple Juice 19;
Fresh Frozen ((10exJf )
is' subject to damage by I Save 4/2* Each THRIFTY MAID RSP. (O!No. 301.

chinch is bugs.fine textured Common and Bermuda tolerates -- ._. ("flowerSUPERBRAND 4 Pkgs.$1. Cherries Can 19; 1

salty spray but requires All Flavon EGGS 2
high maintenance. The Bahia doz. 89 Save 4'/2* Each LIBBY'S CS w. WK Golden

takes grasses constant form a mowing loose turf to keep that ;;: r4IceCream'GaI.59/ ( Corn 2 'A3 C.nt 19;

seed stalks down. ( !

I\. COUNTY Jl'DGI'eoeRT' .i j -
FLORIDA.n a I /:: -'C

\Ethel- re: R.Estate Parks of, deceased.MVTICK w........ i IJBEsrII' ... .... 2 '
An creditors of the estate of f .t : .J'
Ethel R. Parks, deceased, are 1::: __ __ r aK1l I .
hereby notified and required tofU e (.n':!'Lr.'r "_c-c-yo .-- J' .. ,,.> .
claims or demands '-
whisk any thy may have against t : I \ I LEI I I' I ; .
_. -
aid estate in the office of the .
county judge of Bradford County -
Florida, in the courthouse at i

Starke the endar notice.first,months Each Florida publication claim from, within the or six demand date of this cal-of I Pillsbury Flour \ Detergent sis Astor Coffee *

must be in writing and must -
state the place or residence and 5-lb. bog w ARROW ,
IH st-office address of the claim- I.
ant and must be sworn to by .
l-Ib. can .
the claimant his agent or his SAVE 20< I
attorney or it will become void ,t. box II
according to law. Limit 1 with $5.00 I SAVE 2M "
January: :6th, 1963. food order. | SAVE 11
THOMAS S. IIOGSED JR.. f 'f ..... r- e
Executor of the Estate of

THOMAS Ethel &R.PIERCEAttorneysat'Law Parks, deceased. IIXIE DIXIE DARLING Long \ HEAVY DUTY Save zip !t C MAXWELL HOUSE. Save 19< .

:Starke"3.103 First, North Florida.publication Temple on Ave January DAB G Ri e3.lbPk9.3 5/ fc ., Fab Gt. Box 5 81 II t, Coffees48a i I,

SI 1981 Save 8* Each J' .. Limit 1 with $5.00 v Limit 1 with $5.00
1-31 4t :-:1 \ "

'fit 9.CtJ,666. -II"- '-*' .- .; ... I V_f .,. food .. "


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Pecan County pecan groves at a tilize their groves Is NOW. and keeping good foliage on Kenneth Brown family' had CHURCH OF GOD tJ1ma'tRONN THE RIGHT POINT for the select your favorite ESTER-

J Growing recent meeting of growersDr. Ralph Sharpe also with the trees, and will increase the been living. Mrs. May who 422 N. St. Clair St. BAPTIST CHURCH way you write. Come in and BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE

Is Discussed Nathan Gamon, soils Experiment Station, pointedout size and weight of nuts. has been staying in Gaines- GRAPH.
Starke Market J. ville with the Wilson Mays, is Sunday School, 10 am. Sunday School 10 a, m.
{ specialist with the U. of P. that now, while trees are Manager ,
Morning Worship, 11 a. m
Proper fertilization and con- told dormant and without leaves, R. Wainwright reminded i to move into the.house where Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
Experiment Station a
trol of moss were cited as key that the auction Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Y- Training Unlom, 7 .
gathering of some 76 pecan is the best time for applica- growers pecan Mr. and Mrs. Williams have I p. m. -
! factors in a planned program growers, that the time to fer- tion of spray to kill moss. held here last fall was the been living. PE each Wednesday, 7:30 p. Evening Worship, 8 p. m. WATCH FOR:
I of rehabilitating Bradford The meeting in the Brad- only auction held in the nation Visitors here last week with m. Prayer Meeting, Friday,I Prayer Meeting 'Wednesdays, TERMITES
ford County Fair buildingwas for the 1962 crop. This and 7:30 pm. L. S. Williams
Mosher family
the Milton '
:30 p. m. Rev. Joe Roop. ANNUALLY
I II the first in a series being true, information about Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Lott and pastor. I
arranged by County Agent G.,. the Starke crop was distributed I Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Lott were COST
T. Huggins to stimulate inter- to some 1,200 listed pecan Mr. Lott's sister and her husband '
est in reconditioning pecan buyers, Wainwright said. of' Princetown, N. J. U.S. HOME

A groves in Bradford and ad- The market manager also WLMOTORS __ OWNER'S
joining counties, bringing emphasized the importanceand BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH : -
them back into full produc-. need for producing qual- I FIFTY
CASH THURS. tion. ity nuts and then cleaning Sunday School 10 a. m.;

< It has been estimated that them up and sorting accord- i Morning Worship 11 a. m. 1956 Chevrolet U1-- 0 .MILLION-

& FRI. pecan yield in this area couldbe ing to variety when preparingfor 7:30: p.m. wev. R. T. Wilr I _DOLLARS_!

CARRY SAT.U7' doubled or even tripled if the market. Evening Worship 7:00 p.m.
: growers follow approved pra- "The basic pecan price Is Prayer meeting Wednesday rsu- Pest Control!

: ctices Gamon in caring said that for their the trees.need based led," Wainwright on the yield said.when"Sup-shel- 7:30: ,p.m.-pastor.Rev. R. T. Williams Fordor ((6))

ply, demand, and quality determine -
9 in groves here is for additional -
I the price- and qual- LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH
nitrogen and potash. For
ity will pay off when pricesare
bearing groves with matnro Sunday school 9:45 am. :
Feb. 21 Thru 23 either low or high," the $39500
trees he recommended 1.000 11 L mbtim
Morning worship am. .
manager said. He has observed r 964.3965
pounds of 10-10-10 formula that from well fer- Evening worship 7 p.m. J el
per acre. This amount shouldbe pecans ,Ss _. .
PRICE SCREEN Everyone welcome.
FIRE SALE increased if there is tilized groves weigh heavy, I I .-- ... ..:'.:.".
grass and bring top prices on th' Rev. D. E. Willis Pastor T 471 --- - -
sod under the trees he saicL .
market, the manager said.HAMPTON.
Remnants-All Useable-All Widths For younff trees, Dr. Gamon \
recommended an atrolication wifJ.4
m Y tt f
of one pound per year of age c
Per Sq. Ft.-Reg. Price Sale Price of trees, spreading fertilizer Y'I Y'IBJ

Galvanized lOc 5c I from three to six feet bevond I

I Aluminum 12c 6c the branch spread of tree.
Dr. Gamon also emphasizedthat Mrs. D. E. HillUAULLAUTAAAV
FEB. 21 22 23
-- ,
Bronze 19c 9'/c a legume cover crop, A WU IJ F 4aria.
where practical, is very im- ;
oortant and a profitable prac- Civil Defense MeetingSet -

INTERIOR GUM FLUSH DOORSReg. tice in pecan proves.: A good for Tonight
legume crop will provide the Hampton's Civil Defense .
necessary amount of nitro- meeting, postponed last month
Reg. Sale gen, he said. Therefore, the because of cold weather, is
Price Price SAVE I fertilizing program should be scheduled for tonight, [Thurs-
I based on needs for growingthe day] at 7:30: pm. at Hamp- 1

1.6x6-8x13-8 7.60 5.60 2.00 cover crop. ton city halL
I The speaker also pointedout W. M. Phillips, Hampton
1-8x6-8x1 3.8 7.80 5.75 2.05 that soil sampling Is very representative for civil defense -

i important to keep the pH of planning, said that either -
2-4x6-8x1 3-8 8.20 6.35 2.85 I the soil in proper balance. Mrs. Gladys Scholl or Bill Any

2-8x6-8x1 3-8 10.30 --I Contrary to popular belief, he Shriner would be present for
'-- 6.70 3.60 'I said, liming material such as the meeting. Discussion of
2-8x6.8x13.4 with lites 15.95 11.95 4.00 high calcium lime and dolo- where to place the new siren,
and other of the civil
-- -- --- mite are very essential. He
30x68x13.4 with lites 16.75 12.55 4.20 recommended that high cal- defense program will be partof
cium lime and dolomite limestone the meeting.
I be used alternately, bas- Refreshments will be served
SUPER KEMTONE-KEM GLO ed on the need shown by soil after the meeting Mr. Phil- u
lips said, and all residents of
tests. The pH of soil In fertilizing -

SAVE Beautiful Discontinued Colors groves should be main- the Hampton to attend.area are encour- \\1/; : / PANTIES
Reg. gale SAVE I tamed between 6.0 and 6.5, aged PersonalsMrs. se
Price Price i he said. Any liming materialused
Kemtone Gal. 6.59 4.68 1.91 I should be plowed into Fred Townsend and /TJflIOI.f5I.fl.
Kern the top four inches of soil. children Cindy and Johnny, =,{ FOR
Gal. 9.69 6.77 2.92 Mr. Sharpe pointed out the of Fernandina Beach, visited 3 PRS. $1 ::

Interior-Exterior necessity for keeping moss out her sister, Mrs. Jeff' Baker x: :,> e 8-Inch Elastic; leg briefs; with assorted novelty '

Rubber Base, Gallon 3.05 of trees. During the dormant and family here Sunday. 60-gauga, 15-denIer full fashioned ,, trims.. Bar-tacked at strain point
I I stage, a mixture of 8 to 10 Mrs J. W Home and Mrs. nylons,. every pair guaranteed 1 VI vj CHERRY. t White and solid colors. Sizes S, 6. 1.
pounds of copper sulplate to Richard May drove to Reeves- Fresh new spring colors in sizes 8'/ ''F -

Vartung Ou_ id.e, White $4.68 100 gallon of water is recommended yUle, S. C. last weekend, to to 11. u Pies - 25c WOMEN'S DOUBLE BACK
treatment."If visit relatives.Mr.

Unconditionally Guaranteed Gal.PROGRESS you wait until trees be- and Mrs. L. A. Wigginsof SEAMLESS, .. FRIDAYONLY! P A'N TIE S
gin to bud out, you will need Jacksonville were Sunday
IN to use 6 pounds of copper sul visitors at the home of Mrs. NYLON. HOSE
FISHING ,, # '
plate and 2 pounds of lime to H.B. Wiggins, and the George ".'-1-""-- REG
Enter At Our Store-FREE 100 gallons of water to spray Williams home. :' SOc. 3 FOB $1 fj
for moss and possible insects," Mr. and Mrs. Porter and 3. PHS 115 a -' -- '6\." .
Sharpe said. Additional fungicides .I family have moved to one of \ 1 ._._ -- Elastic and band leg styles. Full crt, I
Many Other Prices Reduced !I or insecticides can be the houses on Highway 301 "t "-". ..-- < f fey-tacked. White ia sizes 5 to 10.TOTS' .
400-R9edIe first
sheerWoven quality nyfortt.
added to this mixture, as near the lumberyard. Their heel and toe, streak free fin Unbleached I Muslin
See Us For Best Cash Prices needed, he declared. three daughters transferred to ish. Newest spring colors in sizes&l FAMOUS 'SPENCER'to
The speaker also suggested Hampton Elementary School R. RfG.27c
Above Prices Cash and Our Quest quality I
Carry I
that higher nut production can I this week. muslin Training l Pants

be maintained where low or. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth WOMIH'5 ,. woven.atronc.tYrmly Ideal for 1| YDS. $1
No Cherry Pies JUST VALUES non-producing trees are thin- Brown and family moved last FKST' QUAUTT t many household ...
ned down to 13 to 14 trees weekend to the home where uses.: REG. 29c
STARKE Mrs. H. D. May has been living 4 $1
BUILDERS SUPPLIES per acre. Bed Pillows AND 39c fOB
Both speakers pointed out for many years, and Mr. ;;

INC. that extensive research has and Mrs. Howell Williams are Diouses 1PmCEI{
into ;; SPECIAL Double thick soft cotton *foh tripb
Near S. A. L. from their house
Depot proven these are good practices moving
phone 96 -4201A i resulting in producing the one next door, where the I : t Soft and plump, feather filled. $1| crotch. White i iA sizes 0 to 14.

\. --4(">:.::, c_-. 1 .5ft' k Sturdy blue and white'- ticking.
I TO $ i1 Standard size y

Phone CHERRY Free 1.99 Hobnail Bedspreads, Boys IVY LEAGUE SlACKS

964-4401 KOCH'S DAY DRUGS VALUES ,ct RE-G.5.99// m r A REG. 2.99

Open Delivery d1l-over ttrfffag aM U 'St1IrdyyeaN""' heavy cotton $
SPECIALS Beaatgul Damn and cot. bviscoseackmg.jllVklO Buffi wash 'n wear. Smart cW edn. S
TillM.. I too; broadcloth; sbag barbsEoQcp ;Y' [ on cotton TUa tapered legs. Szes ft raa
tieeves to a variety + and gorgeous coiocs.lf ;0 &:
FRL-SAT I of new collar styk., White, sy }
pastels, prints BOA gripes "
Be Safe Be Sure Bath/Towels/ : ,
I2F0R 1 Always Buy Your By fannxjs- DanFed i cotton ta novelty lard 3 PRS $1
dee. ?hick. ".s. patterns. Boys' size 6 toJttfc
Drugs at aDrugStore SAIl Of f variety bent teem et.otld.Men's ,' tai\.i| FOB nwn'i M to IXBirdseye

On Pac-Lite Cooler I :'' colors. 20z40-in.
Boxes of Poly Foam ''''ear \

100 Ladies 2 For ... Diapers CoTcrrM Bovebv and
Koch has two Phar- | patterns or-
Hair Brushes 1.00 ," ,' Big 44Qt. Poly Foam T-SHIRTS?t REG. 1.99 gyles{ also crew t 565 i." 5 PR5. $1
macists t o serve Chest 4.94 J ried Sizes 6. iitl'ls.REG. .
Cooler e R '
89c Pro 2 For you.Have your next with Drain 3 FOR 2AS 3 22.0 brand .27s274n.hemmed. Super. 2,11.$3 -

Tooth Brush 89c Prescription filled fizes5.litl." ECa 1 oft, highly. absorbent.

Fast, Efficiently, 30-Qt. Deluxe This Group li iC !" "i

25c Rubber Tipped 2 For Economically at Cooler, Only, 2.99 AmLETIC SH l1S t FRIDAYONLY

Bob Pins --25c Koch's Drug Store With Metal Handles "'3 FOR US ":I _

16Qt. Twin-Pac ; S iIISi 1wtw.' }Q2; 140 MEWS tOHa SI.EWE ij
1.19 2 For i '

Towel Sets 1.19 Carrier, only1.88 KJBr._, SPORTiSHIRTS;

with Handles i lid S Rl@ U5 3::: 180 Our Reg. ffh ; -. Men's Ladies Rayon
$1.00 2 For Rm
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Only $5
Stationery1.00 3 1.2 Qt. I : \ 2.99 Faa Jackets Half Slips
Bucket 59c
Ice' '
'D ftI1'W-1IT8 'Reg. $8.99CHOPPED

49c-5 hole Hytone FRIDAY AND.SATURDAY Uft I. DMTS Gome stock oforlMourwc enrito* TO ,69c ValuesCHOPPED

School Filler Washington SAVE ON -4't.! r.'Wf wear styles Wova TO

Paper, 2 for 49c PIE ALA MODE 10c' {' Sizes 28 ta4B 2 ,FaR. $1 colors eioghca and plaids fancy, solid pasi I"i -, I ..0 2.32 4c ea
i texas SCKS,S l4i.! If
; \ t ((7 Only) ((12 Only)
$1.00 Evening Par&StJckDeodorant Your Favorite Flavor M's Work Set
2 for 1.00 MILK SHAKE 18C Vitamin B-25 MG I: M en' DRESS SUCKSBanawmely j I
Thiamin Chloride, 100 69c RIG. 6.21 Reg. 5.99 Bedspreads
79c Hand 2 For I 50 1EG. $4t I
-' errs, S. 4.94 --J 5.99 . .
MG .
Vitamin C-25 ) $1.2
: : (2 Only
69c 8-inch
Big Juicy
Stapler . 79c b tailored. Solid colon. Sizes a to ...

with 1000 Staples25s CHERRY PIES' 25c. Vitamin A I ;:.+ *. One $3.99 Bedspread lOc
2 ForMen's 25,000 Unit 89c pam'&I! 'C" M 81 S I Ivy League Slacks i

ALL GUM 3 for 10' 50,000 Unit ___ 1.69 RSG. 3.99 f
Caps 25c and W.k "ix wear heavyweight cotton >to 3 If 50 yds. Only-Piece Goods
LIFE SAVERS 250 Family Vitamin & hangsome solid colors. Sizes 29 to 36.
(REG. 39c) .
Mineral Tablets 5.95 I
25c Adhesive II
Curity I
Chocolate Covered Guaranteed Fresh AXED TO 7c Yd. i
2for.-25c -
Tape Vitamin B-12
Cherries 54c i
1-2 Inch by 5 Yards Luscious and Juicy 25 Mic 1.43IP r'4tici FREE GIFTS FOR THE KIDDIES

Ladies Spring TOPPERS !.
with Push Button Switch fffaC Get Yours Baloons Comic Books
Cell\ _
with 2 Evereadp' Batteries K. H B M While They Lost ui 3 only Values To $14.99

FLASH LIGHT All for Only :UT TO ONLY 3.12

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I sored the ,, .
I, by Home Economics ered. This is' the result of a !_","- "!," !"!, I cation in .Nortii.:Carolina' and. PresbyterianWeek PENTECOSTAL 7:30: p. m. Prayer for the sick f
Home Demonstration and the'Dietetics Associations, permanent'reversible'-crimp in ) were returning';:home. ,324 W. Brownlee St. I at all services':-David T. :Me-

the highlight of the program .trig fiber and is a. major step RIVER Chester .Moody. and familyof of Feb. 24: Ghee, pastor. \\
\.4 Notes. for high. ,school' students .was forward'in "ease of-care" gar ,, Keystone Heights,, visited Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Sunday Sch'ool. 10 a. mMorning .
< /! the" McCall' Fashion Show: ments. When a garment is By Koj Turner Mrs,.Moody.Sunday.. : Morning Worship, ,1.1, a.m. Worship 11. a. m.I EsUrbrook Cartridge and J
; byDOROTHY r '
Tweirty-fbur sfiidents from placed In warm water, the"garmept Mr% and Mrs. J, 'E. Box. ofLake Junior Choir and, Youth ,Fel- Evangelistic Service,, 7:30: p. m. Fountain Pens $1.95 $2.9S -
J ;ti; ROSS .A A A.l VA: A A A A'A.L:A.:'A J.'J./&.1! .Butler were I .
j schools in. the, Gainesville1' ;: 'gets larger due' to' arwinctibn ,r. Sunday vis- lowship,J> pjn. Evening Worship Prayer Meeting Wednesday,! 13-95 at The TELEGRAPH. }
fV\ Home Demonstration Agent area: modeled garments' from in the crimp i "of the and Mrs: M. J. Green itors of Mrs.. Murlie' Crews. 7:30: p.m. ,I,
__ I the M'Callrwardrobe, giving ;fJb>r.: It rftoirrn! tA -Its s' fltj- atka'were ,recent guests! .Sheila Dobbs has: been on MondayJoint Meeting of
Career DayCareer of home economics was .held stvi i<*5 for 1983. when; completely dry: if: driedin and Mrs. J..T. Pa & h..1 I the sick, list this. week. Session ,and Diaconate 7:30-:
I Day. depicting the 1 recently at the P. K. Yonge Miss' Rita ,Ford. McCall a relaxed position rfiatl: and Mrs:. GuUf; ord.Net- Rev and. Mrs. Rex Brook- : p.m. Terwillegar Motors
many prolessions in the field!)1.I School in Gainesville. SponSPECIAL- stylist, said: In 1963 irIs will If the garment becomes Mr. and ,Mrs. Nevine ins and family were, Sunday TuesdayExecutive Board
... i visitors Mrs.
be llirl -*' Styles will be softer stretched washing and drains and son and. Mrs. of Mr. and M. meeting, 9:30: am. Women of
\ and more relaxed soft belts : as'' described below will Peeples, all of Lake City L. Johns. the Church, 8 p.m. 1957 Ford Fairlane
.., s 1Ny 6TONSA tied and'some worn below the TAshana them. Sunday visitors.;' of Mr. Robert V. Turner and fam- WednesdayFamily Night ,
500 Fordor V-S,
waistline, skirts will be fuller Rand Laundering Elbert Nettles.. ily of the State: Farm were 6:30'p.m.
and not fit. Skirts will be ,Til Wash garment in warm r Turner of the over to see his father;. Roy Thursday Senior Choir Fordomatic, Radio and
loneer thpv will bfa'one inch water none detergent or \ Farm spent Friday night Turner., last Friday.BOATDRAIN practice, 7:30 I
? will be I and wafp'r, with.his'grand pin Heater New Motor,
art Vlow the knee. 1963 cnnditionpr. DO Friday World' Day of ,
:I the vear of ascot ,ties. and NOT ij WRING. OR TWIST the Roy ,Turner: I BAPTIST Prayer, it) am: Session Meeting I One Owner
\ scarfs!. shoulders wider, SQuare garment dnrin washing: -. J.. T. Parnsti attended I .CHtJRCH 7:30: "p. ri. I
An Honest t Value : ner-Wines. and lots of buttons.N "rin ine. T21 Rinse the garm stylist show in-Jack-: Sunday School 10 &m. Saturday Men1 of the
Miss Marv Brie beavers >nil in clear warm last week Morn1 1g" Worship, 11 a-m.. Church L
"Work Day, 8 am
from the State Board of that contains a water conditioner. v" Bobby Crews and wife, Training Union, 6:30: m, .
Just In At p. '
Gay'sHome I Health spoke on the careers \ [:n The last rinse Tamp spent 'Thug sdaY Evening Worship, ,7:30:: p.. m.. Week of_ Feb.' j' to. ..March= $695.00"C
one mav choose in home, economics. should contain a fabric softenP 3; Week of Prayer and. Self-
his; mother: ,. .Mrs Murlie Prayer Meeting, Wednesday
F Appliances 1 > The girls then at-. !' mAintain. the soft fee'aftd They had.been.on va t.fr30: p. m: denial for .Supplemental) jOf- I
tended interest !groups in the 'minimize static. [41 RolIlarmpnt .. ,, feri 1g..for.. World. Missions..... .. -. -.-.- .- .---., .
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fields of Teaching, Extension in a clean towel -- - --- -
ALL NEY! UGHTVtE1GH"Z Service] H6spifal Dietetics; remove excess' Water 1> :
e Foods Service, Public. Health! saueezine rather than wringin ; WASa HDA"Y I
sbical Welfare, and Home ?. [51 Bunch the !
Economics lit Business for and .snread it loosely on a a __ u. ar 1'w :
more lbro 1nation. They were: surface to dnr. DO NOT ,
E ,--. : free to\cask questions in these ON A TOWEL DO
groups and receive answersfrom DRIP DRY OR STRETCH
,x. II a prominent person in Machine Washing and
that Jield.4H [11 If washed in ,a wa
,y af / girls attending the program machine you should be ablto {
with the agent were i. set the agitation cycle ._.
: Karin Lee, Bonita Green, 5 to 8 minutes. Use high water I i
Joyce Crawford and Maxine level and warm water [ s I
f ] : __ Redding! of Lawfey; Brenda TURN GARMENT ., .' .,, !
Green and Thelma Knight of OUT AND PLACE IT I rtz r ,I

Light as a 2 year old Brooker.\\ Mrs. Larry Gibson, WASHER. [31 Add detergenand 4I 1 1I I
JI with her home economics students water conditioner. 1. Lw jl
yet built to highestperformance and parent attended, Wash rinse and spin dry ____ !
also. tomaticalljr.! Add a fabric softener : r'
ki f1 standards Orion Sayefle Acrylic to make it feel soft I

like More than likely; many of take out the static i THURS JESE: JEK ,21 22 23. AT STARKE STORES
(I just a big set/ you have bought sweaters or [51 Place garment in tumbl ,. ;; :
dryer set at low drying ternperature I p' .... . ,' .. -
yarn this winter made of Or-
tumble until I ..
lIon Sayelle Acrylic and will '- f. ,t J.'- 1

r I i want it. to'know how to launder five utes pletely minutes.drying dry, plus time Thirty-five an is i Nasworthy Brings You' 3 (Great t Offers :

i Garments of
Orion Sayelle
I most instances. ,
ye F .
Acrylic Fiber tend to return i

rr@P i \ to their original shape each the garment automatic is not shaping complete of j I Piece Living Room Piece Bedroom "
: time. they are laund-
properly the garment is completely' i 9 .. 1-10'
14. t
I I -not just dry to the to :I Suite ? .*i3* *. I Suit .
Nj ; a DRY FLAT IF I If i 1 988' 8'8 Bookcase' Bed Double Dresser
9 i El fr 'HAS BEEN- WASHED BY Stiff'Matching Chair--, Lamps. 14" & Mirror Chest 2 Bed
t tIt fromdryer[7]immediately Remove I 2 Step Tabl es, 1 Coffee Table, 2 Pillows. Lamps 2 Pillows Innerspring -
". .. \ Mattress
cooling. If you can't J" i.: '\ h t. ., ,. .. ._ _

you'd the washer prefer and hand dryer alem" Cotton Yarn l'S e !': 2tx..14: : C. H. N A S W 0 R T B Y

V rtF and flat drying. All colors '

ASK FOR'FREE DEMONSTRATIONCommand Dry' Cleaning HROW RUGS I : Furniture & Appliances. 310 E. Call St.

Cleaningwith water is .
Gravely: Power -- -
It'ywru4iagpicWr.muc., + +v ferred over dry cleaning
123$q.n reel picture V .
area. ---- -
Shop -
lil srct3

,eke ATTACH-" a'e1 i K1602-2. $ l 5.95 No. 2 desired :after'If'greater dry clean!I"T""f. Grade: A Diamond d Super Special! Ii.\UI\'i1li\r "f'W''
turn INN .
2022 N. E. 23rd Blvd: the garment.- inside. j, '. REGULAR $ 2.50 17 JEWEL -
fy w. Gainesville Phone: 372-3588 Wet in cool water !I
5 BIG SET FEATURES NEVER ,I .-. a fabric softener and j Solitaire; J9roa WATERPROOF{ SHOCKPhbdF

BEFORE J INtlSHT'WElGHT I 16n TV' I II I dryas described above. i i PEs, ) Ii :
Sepyi (94, WATCh .
I j N S e a
SI E THE Naval Stored "U:
/16SOO volt picture, power /automatic "fringe lock'circuit Outstanding i Value
"gated beirft"sound /i perma. jet"tuning eont oj. Program A OUri l
(r *i/k rlEL&i ii It anty"adjustment j| J JSu.1tiZt 1 New Kihgsbliry' u %). OFF-STOREWIDE! I
Home A program continuing UP TO
; 50
x support for Gum Naval j lIENStt STEEff 17J LADIES 17J: -, ,
3 BEDROOMS during 1963 was'rec n ly announced "SHctetf'ReSIStaHt

y by the Agrlc 11tm |II OHly i Only 17.95' s 1. 1"! .
2 BATHS Department, according toArthur !
; ? ((5g5
BRICK A. Murphy- of the. IJ.. ,i G! JEWELR
3 *,' '
I Palatka.The {
LdftLBBn Sen,1ce. _. ..... .
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.I $68.75 month announced support level I -- !,r----"R -
will be $34.28 standa J
i j ; Hoi Grove Street barrel 435 pounds .net] o I H1 ,O 1 '
JG' tt Keystone Heights ,I crude p ne.gum pocess :t i Sped 3 Days Only! -- 3 Days Only!
-ay S : e t ire basis; which is the same I ,
I in 1962. However Mr. Murphy !
u APPLIANCESPhone LaRue Corp; I points out that this announcement I 8 x to PHOTOHfttN Sweaters Blouses Bermudas- Skirts .' I 'tS7eEpiSeae
:35a. Ternpt is misleading 1'- :
Ave. !.. 964-7511. PHONE 964-864i the average gum farmer n 1
'- --- needs clarification.He : (Values To $7.98))

l .." ._ _.T_-._..__._ '" II I states that-the_ I Its y3 YOUR CHOICE
.r based on highest rosin ,
and content as weH ar assuming : j !I FROM OUR ,
a higher market price
spirit of turp nttne'Uian actually % STUDIO
From there. \ -. ; exists. "ThV price I : :b 2
"-- f; '1 gross and does not reflect I t ,
114 N. Walnut Street V ,
high cost of making-the- g : ; ITABLE
': eligible for. entry into a ,; Phone 964-8501 .N
... Y r you program," ,Mr' Murphy said. ...--- .I !. 132 E. Call St.Boys' .
{ "The disappoinement. price.wise I II a.-. r .... -.. .--'-...'" -- -
end there for the farmer's gun( : ..
due to,having no representation :

8tt .ts34 in grade or content' I'' COME IN AND REGISTER!r rt
takes whatever price thE prd- Q
bank, cessor considers fair and .
to '
anJthere ." .. *equitable processor's, '.Mr. Mtofphjr fre 'to" $low-Sd.Tbe : ,_->*. FEB. il 22 23'FOR-' f011:: $ $

her er: high grade gum whichmight '

... be as much as $1.35per $10' P roMANE TTO' Values To. $2.99
"fIf" barrel. He Is also) free to] Sizes 2 To 20'
.fP: determine rosin content, which j B& GIVEN AWAY
: might vary ,as much fU $2 a
Uotesuau pt lost i is :
and t iere' a I Barrel This could : possibly I II NOTHING TO BUY ... .
j junk< er r niter tie. I happen even though the processor I a,.. ,kRDBY 1101 ,
G your ecH*l fcsh aa ia paid by the, farmer I GKerry Pies Feb. 22 25c ea.

: be kept so by 11I.I1. 1.40. per barrel before he' cap ;,; UftNS BEAUTY. SHOP
j place gum in the loan This ; I
,price Is determined the ,
'< F ... .. I; processor and the far>sierhas' HT S,'':ptom59 i !! I j T' Phone' 964-3081 B4DA.kE'5------,,

ntl'Voice.I. 'I ... '. i - ---- __. .,
r .' ,He bill tall we meet again ,. *''f' 1 sge, for 1963 what it *averaged .i ri'i New Bed Room: Suite

Free mailing forms ,, for for. ,1962.. the take-home' pay). ., Do You Read The Ads?
on request! : gum be:! approximately Bookcase Bed' 'Double Dresser -
1 I $ per barrel Mr. Mtirphyt i ,, Chest .. Box Spring Firestone
t } v said. .* rf ? I .& Polyfoam Mattress THIS ONE WILL SAVE YOU $3530
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I +Cn .. ,00 Branff ftew.Scriitli-Croria Classic Portable

FLORIDA j 11j i II I j I Sunday School 1Q a. m. P---'I-- t .'$1- 3:). .. .. ,,1.1 I Will" Be SoW Paring "Birthday i .Sale *For' $8JPlwSal'WTax (

Morning Worship 11 a. m. i Used Bed RooinS\ ite,, Complete $80.00BOOKCASDv 10
I Training Union 6:30 p-m.Evening !: ; (List' Price $1 15.50' Plus Tax).
: Worship 7:30 pJn. Mid-'; BED ,DRESSER -, CHEST .
1J.A.tJ} : { { if t mmmOne t( '
oieek.Praye.Serv1ce. Wednesday :
-. -- -. : i. MATTRESS AND) S RINGFARR'S Save $35.50.v
_' -- I 7-pm. Everyone welcome.i .1 t j ,,..
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Member Federal .Deposit Insurance Corp i S. 301 i
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Florida;Agricultural Ilerrey C ide Sharpe Extension i g: .ow Coke com"es'i.n a n W I ftaff qt Size' ;

ServiceA 'f RAOEd J Fi..r .

frosted lawn is like a cake .'- : :
-both have been expoced to '

Yoy may get rid of the cake r y Saafr' y $

icing by melting it in your ? ; .. "
mouth. But mouth-to-lawn resuscitation : :? -0.'dC

Isn't a practicallife e, a
saving practice since p.M> 4, .

might cause sand colic.A itt -t, t

better approach to revivIng Y.r, .
a dying lawn is to, make ..
like a dog with fleas-scratch.: I <%??t./rVf *xi-& *SH {-

Proper application of a lawn I i 0:: : \9' ,t..ik kr y' .' q. 'rt,t ,
rake will remove the winter: i' ? {n rY ''i ,

killed leaves, clippings. from I
last fall and other debris that .

prevent green shoots from

making a, rapid showing

If the grass was tall when

frosted brown, you may remove '. \..
some dead "fodder" witha ,:n r .
lawnmower prior to raking.

Next, give the grass some ,
food and water. The expertssay

to apply about a. poundof

actual nitrogen per 1,000 J't
square feet of starving grass.This .

means about 12% poundsof

an 8-8-8 analysis fertilizeror ,;.,y t'
as little as 3 pounds'of 33 ; .

I monium percent nitrate.super strength am- h thr.e :{ fx.J.w..u

,strength When small in of amoUnts'so the doubt fertilizer about, you apply th?- a-I.: serves u

won't singe the grass with
caustic fertilizer. To prevent

burns, be sure to, sprinkle the

grass after feeding it. Ample

water and warm weather are

important in greening up win .. ,
ter-weary lawns, according to I ...... .. {. ies'
Allen Wilson ,turf specialist 6.:' +r.i 'ro''':.' ,..,"fP.,A.A, kk% .
: +.y + .0y ; 4r' :,
.r wri.R j: :YfisM\\\dvsir., } )r,. ; t 'S n'y; $,.C.'y'' 2 .vvy
with the Florida Agricultural a $ qD :
"' rt 4 {aY'Y: y:?
Extension Service. "!.iV Wra bra: w' y
v' ?th 'S IL
:, '
Some folks like to crew-cut ; "},

their lawn by shaving off the

dead debris of the big freeze.
>' Vl-i "
But remember that r i x .. ., .,'
scalping :y' r aq mrx A ttti iraie. :, pd 1
is for the Indians or the pro- \ :1 2 SBfrx! 'pp.

fessionals, so, scalp with res .
ervation or you might return u

your lot back to a sand bed.

If you have already made this I + ____ ,..
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mistake, then consider plant 4 ______

ing a new What lawn.To Plant _______ I :

There's no ideal grass. The ?
zoysias have won acclaim for
texture a.era '. >Sa. ',( '
require: much, tk
care and good soil. Centipede x ..
I is "poor man's" grass that -; ;- .
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does well ..
on sandy' soil wit s :
little fertilizer and few mow 'S

fl A'a ,
ings.St. .r .
Augustine rates good,

bus is ravaged by chinch bugs. a 9.l.. ,'y'
Common Bermuda is fine textured -

to.erates salty spray

but requires much work and vaa4w anur' x.

considerable fertilizer The
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Bahia grasses form a loose y.xx7c

turf that takes constant mowing -

to keep seed stalks down.
A new is Fs
grass Floratine St. f\tlva
"xX. ao'a ,, : 1g2' Yx
Augustine. It was developedby

the Florida Agricultural ,

Experiment Stations and is C.sy,, .y.1Z.:;. XP ,
available from most turf grow q.

ers.Floratine r.
is a blue-green p

close-growing type that co>

ers the ground'rapIdly vnd ,'.. -

forms an excellent sod. Fouryear ..
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tests show that it's superior +:- ,:
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in weed and disease I, ';:.! ;t'. _' ...,' .

resistance. ..... : ;"_ ". .,.,! : "..."" .

Planting .
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Methods planting are sod,

sprig plug, and seed. Sod is .
the answer to an immediateground

cover. Grass plugs cover : f'Ji' ;-' .

amout one-third, the, area .... .
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that the equivalent amount of '" C ti # I
sprigs will cover.

Sprigging is the economicalplanting B" .
I method. Sprig the

slower growing zoysia grasseson __ ;,1> ,
4 to 6-inch centers. Other ;s-, '
grasses will give full cover in F S

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the grass to spread at top !, )'J.i<' i.; j
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is hereby given that LEnjoy / ,"- ';; "
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of register Florida of with Chapter Acts the or Clerk:20.95)! 1941.,of Laws r will the the same- sparkling taste of Coca. o'a' ...-now.in! a new. economical! Half-Quart; si r'1 e: < g ; ; '. "::-.: ?! > :!Jf }

Circuit County Court,Florida in and far upon Bradford re-- ounces. Each big .bottle serves three full glasses. .for less than 3$ a serving. Get that refreslk ; ''t .. <.' V'- I
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reipt of proof of publicationthin of :; .; .t, ..--* ., .
STAKKE notica the fictitious namaCOM.. ing new feeling with Coke now !in the new 16-ounce size. .: ;.l. .
HARDWARE _. Iii 'rf : ,( .
PANT under which 4 "i-- 0 ,
we are engaged } 1 tw ",
In business at 108 East .- .M",-*. r.s: :', -?! '.'5*' :: .t : '!!' -)
CaU SL, Starke, Florida. ., ., a.o-' .fil; r y ti.8. '
M. L. Proctor, Jr.. and .Bo ,f ... -
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Gainesville, '. (
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Dated this 4th day of February )' i ,. '
A.D. 1963 : ::. ;
at Starke, .
Bradford:-: ..ts County. Fiorina. .' ', ."- .!, n .i".!. :-, '-.' ', .
Bottled under authority of The Coca-Cola Bottling Company by STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. .


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Driving Errors dy. many a tragic, death and injury ............... .....-.- !, ,,,,. tuuAAAAU.AAAAAA..ACLAY t
'" ':":" lie church, visited with us in FIRST CHRISTIAN highest bidder at the court ty Florida, in the courthouse: tt
"There are several common dealing crash." house door on the first Mondayin Starke Florida within six cal-
Pointed Out prayer meeting Wednesday CHURCH Month of March, 1963, whica endar months, from the date of
One of
errors that just about every- the most common HILL night, and has engaged our is the 4th day of March. 196J. I
the first publication of
The Florida Highway Patrol one is guilty of at one time or mistakes the motorist makesis pastor to preach for them in 537 W. Call St, Starke Dated this 24 day of January notice. Each claim or demand this
another" declared P a t rol failure to heed n, Airs. J., 4'StriekianduuAua..a.ue 1963.
a Bob
stop sign their revival this week. Cecil Badgett, Minister6unday CHARLES A. DARBT. mUlt. be in writing and must
warns against committingwhat Comdr. H. N. Kirkman '"and "Just 'rolling up to a stop Crawford: will conduct prayer School. 9:45: a. m. Clerk of Circuit Court of state the place or residence ar-d
seems like little errors l Bradford County 'Florida_ post-office address of the claim-
the commission of these errors street without coming to a "- meeting W e d n e sday and Church Worship 10:45 a. m. ant and must be sworn to by
while driving pointing out 4f'M:4 Mrs. Peterson, our 'visiting I 1.31 4t 2-Z1
have In the past caused complete halt and looking for services next Chi Rho 5:30 p. m. Choir the claimant his agent. or his
that the result is often trage- d nurse, was calling on folks in morning worship IX COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, attorney or it will become Told
------ I traffic in both directions is this section last week. Said Sunday for us.Brother George practice 6:30 p.m. CYP 7 p. IX AXD FOR BRADFORD according to law.
not enough to Insure safety :..;) yfe. she found'' .some roads 'that ,will be with us again Sunday m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. COUNTY FLORIDA.In January 26th, 1J63.
for ;z : m. Wednesday. Estate of THOMAS S. HOGSED. J It,.
you and the other drivers re:
in bad condition night, and have another
were very may
GEORGE 't'' Ethel R. Parks deceased. Executor of the Estate of
who maybe approaching from x due to all of this rain we preacher to preach for us. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Ethel R. Parks, decease
either direction," Kirkman have been having. There Is Come on and see if he does! XOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR AU creditors of the estate of THOMAS i PIERCE
said. TAX DEED Ethel R. Parks deceased. are Attorneps-at-Law
water left in the roadsto
N enough There addition to An. I
CUTS t was one See. 104.16. P.S. hereby notified and required to J03-205 North Tempi
-'t g Tumlne from the wrong keep them from getting, the church Sunday morning, that NOTICE Effie IS Nicholson HEREBY the GIVEN holderof file any claims or demands I Starke. Florida.
lane on high speed roads can dusty for a good long while. the which they may have against First publication on
Wanda Knowles ,
joined upon following certificates has said estate in the of flee,of the 31, 1961: \
OUR E. Crawford, our welfare the profession of faith and filed said certificates for a tax county Judge of Bradford Coun- 1.31 4t :-%1
/ : worker, was calling,on folks in deed to be issued thereon. The t
1vL will be :baptized in the near certificate numbers and yearsof
Clay Countythis. .week. Says future. She and two of her issuance the description of
--_ : : .he likes Stricklands'. old the property, and the names in Your Friendly j
PRICES ; :--,. fire place. If he had to keep sisters were in the Junior which follows it was assessed are as
T wood cut for this Union.Sunday evening. Wel-
I ravenous Certificate No. Year
14. of Issuance -
IN '"" Polaroid Walter Zvoda 'wood-eater,,he would look for come girls we need you! 1357.Description. Community State BankIS

: /41I -,;,; Land To Show Films some other way to .heat a There were 61 present for 10. 11 in Otts of S/D Property of Lawtey.Lots
building. Sunday School Sunday morning Name in which assessed J. L.

Color Film At Kingsley Lake May Bell Norman was able I II I and the Primaries kept Nicholson.All of said. in
property being
I -
HALFSTARKE to be in church Sunday Her
the banner. They are sure the County of Bradford, State f
is Here Evangelist Walter Zvoda of foot. and leg is still giving of Florida. t!
Asheville, N. C., who has trav- sweet intelligent boys and I
Unless such certificate or certificates -
HARDWARE HAS elled and studied in the Holy her trouble but Is mucn bet- girls. We just need more of shall be redeemed according O(I / ,
ter than it was for sometime.She them in Sunday School and to law the property de. ,
Land, will show his films of l l
also went to visit her scribed in such certificate or .
ONE TABLE OF MERCHANDISETO Jerusalem at the' Kingsley church. 4 certificates will be sold to the .. 'k'k'i
daughter Jo Nell, Sunday. It .. I
Lake Baptist Church at 6:15 -
GO AT ..;'
I seems that Jo Nell is on the -.- i ON
p.m. Sunday, Feb. 24. I iI

Among the scenes visited .sick Our list: pastor also., George Chism .:,1f I i 4

Half PriceConsisting and Gethsemane will be the Mount Golgotha of Olives and of has trouble been having lately with quite his a car bit 1959 ;;'. I I j! Friday Evenings II

We Have It!I the tomb of Christ. The Zion -also says 'drinks gas instead J.::".:':::':' FROM C
Passion Play will also be
of burning it. He boughta CHEVROLET 9 PASS.
shown in sound and color. At
new car last week one of

of: speak 7:30 Evangelist on "The Coming Zvoda One will i the these name little of bugs Volkswagen.; it goes You by STATION WAGON t*.. 4:00: to 6:00: P.M I

PAINT .. QUARTS & PINTS World Church."
Rev. H. D. Perry pastorof should see Brother George V-8, Automatic, I I For Your ConvenienceWHY
and son chase this bug a- ..
the church extends an invitation -
Radio and Heater
round! It is hard to which 1
: Come in while say
KITCHEN STOOLS today to the public. likes the 'Bug" the best father Power Steeringand $119500 i

:VEGETABLE BINS' T- the supply lasts.That's or son1!; 'Lois says she Brakes : DON'T YOU TAKE ADVANTAGE OF f

:MANY SMALL ITEMS\ I right, we have the new bring sudden death; failureto doesn't know how to drive this i I THESE HOURS TO DO YOUR BANKING \
and it
car looks like she won't
Polaroid Land Color Film.It worksin

SEE OUR NEW DUTCH BOY PAINT COLOR most existing Land Cameras. signal making your a turn Intentions in trafficis before chance get to learn.to get She can't behind get the a JER1LLEGAR MOTORS$ j Community State Bankof

DISPENSER. WE CAN NOW OFFER THE MOST Just snap the shutter and in 50 dangerous. wheel! Anyway, she can still
COMPLETE RANGE OF COLOR IN THIS AREA seconds you have a full color Sudden stops, especially use the old ;
picture right out of the back of when rear lights are not in Starke
The Rev Bennett from Diva:
} FRIDAY ONLY the camera. These are the most tip top working order cause Oak pastor bf''the Rose Ma-
\\.J: iVHSgpJia exciting pictures you have ever many wrecks that bring death _
Reg. seen-and now you can take and injury. r
: I) c:9C !
4 1 25- them for yourself.,Don't miss out. Passing on curves and in

no-passing' zones result in
head-on crashes many times
BULLINGTONStudio a year in Florida and in almost -

STARKE HARDWARE CO. every case there is serious -

& Gifts injury and big property. Y L
M. L. PROCTOR, Owner damage if not death.
n11 II IIa. _
Another common but seem-
ingly small error Is to drive
even for a short distance to
the left of the centerline.

Pulling out from the curb or
off the shoulders of a high ?** ,L3gu .fTZrt s i'I
way into traffic without war-'

ning is deadly II ; THURS.' FRI., SAT. FEB. 21, 22, 23t4
f "To survive in today's traffic -f" DUALITY

I you must observe every V
t +' safety, precaution when you : ; 'PERFORMANCE .
drive obey and'live," Kirk- *
man suggested. BIG I


North 301, 2% miles out of BIG 12-LB. FAMILY WASH CAPACITY

1 town on left of the road. STAND WITH THIS t 10
Yours; People's Meeting.
Friday, 7:30: p. m. Sunday GENERAL ELECTRICPORTABLE a #
tk e Nys School 10 a.m. 6undy Night

-.... Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone --
cordially invited to attend-I TV CU. FT.

I SHOESONE SHOES Rev. Carl Edmondson, pastor. l'\ ;**'%:Krj; _"t;:,V: ).. >>>*- is v'l ->>::-.. v

Steno Notebooks, Steno I
Ii Built IA took
Ko-rect Type TypewriterPens at a
GROUP Typing Paper Erasers,I r' budget price I

MEN'S SHOESValues LADIES SHOESFRI. >; ; : Full I width freezer,
FOR SALE ," t"1' : chiller troy
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$6.95 To $8.95
S By Owner i iaodel
Sizes 6 12Special Door Itorago
SAT. In Pinehurst Subdivision 1 TA241W

$ .99Broken Per Concrete Block Home, 3; .1 ern \ \ i \

/ ONLY Pair I Bedrooms & Florida Room,! ; : I There is nothing"just:as good as"General Electric )
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GROUP OF LADIES CLOSEOUT LADIES 717 W. Cypress Street I ,. ,. .: ,.:

HAND BAGS HATS Phone Starke 964-3544 I, : .j' 15,99

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Values 1.98 To 2.98 I Medtl

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Sizes 5 to 10 .e ee ,I From $119.95BIIington
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STUMPS I! I Year $22 6 Months $11- i iI I Applian

I 3 Months $5.50 i
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