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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 7, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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' .CT g1 f VOLUME EIGHTY-FOUR STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY MARCH 7, 1963 NUMBER THIRTY-SIX j



c i s On Bond Issues I nest Company Deemed "Too Expensive"Lawtey !

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aD 11 !I ; Fiscal Agents To AttemptTo Is Low Bidder Council Hears



r4 w"i Save Starke $40,000,

*., x I On Hospital Wing

itp ; tr Fiscal agents invited to save as much as $40,000 by Proposal For Water System'J J
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iR ip j e" 4 Tuesday night's city council refunding and reinvesting the

.I fi y r L. meeting by City Clerk Merrill present natural gas and power' Triest Construction Co.,

I ( a fr Edwards, told the board I plant revenue bonds. with a base bid of $272,650, ,, Three members of Lawte Y's city council think a i

: a "i w ,. ,, ; rl ,, : that Starke could possibly i iI Bo Wulburn. of the firm of was apparent low at a bid .., tf proposed water system for the town is not financially (

1 m U at t r +. 'r i Pierce, Garrison and Wul opening on the proposed new + feasible, but the door was left open Monday night for
addition to 4a
Ditch Becomes bum of Jacksonville] offered Bradford County further consideration of the project. I
C s Hospital. The
Board of Trustees
a
t 3 the proposal to the council
t "Too the the
a + r expensive" was way proposed system
I opened the bids from
seven -
r
i:: I ahead and received with the permission project and to go companies at 2 p-m. Tues ., ri .,,- q;' was tabbed by Chairman H. C. Kelly, Dave Shuford 1

Iii i i >c. ',: .. { i Priority Item a and Bryant Reddish, in reply to efforts of Councilmen .
i guarantee that other fiscal
no day.Entire ;
B i I agent could work on the project cost of the addition, a' fa Wayne Massey and Leslie Phillips to push the I

s f Winners in the Hawaiian costume contest at Rally Da Y at the same time. including equipment, will be : Y project. one school, two motels, 15 commercial -

were: (left to right) Elizabeth Thornton, 2nd prize; Carol 1; At Road Meet The city l Issued revenue in excess of $330,000, with 60 '.rq v .r.,. + .d ,i Chairman Kelly said yester-I buildings, and 139
3C per cent being paid by Federal day, the door was not finally
bonds in 1955 for the .., t
Gainey, 1st Karin Lee, 4th power I
; ; Sally Moore, 3rd; and Phyllis funds 40 ,. residents who could be con-
and per cent by the shut further considerationof
on
.
Childs, 5th. Phyllis Men front An additional primary project plant totaling $710.000 and ; < iF sidered potential customers.To .
( first Hawaiian
) won prize for y y0 _.
the installation of un. in' 1960 for the new natural hospital board. Several alter- x s > w W the project, however. Coun-
dancing.: nates are to be added which ty Sanitarian Jack Trawickwas finance the water sys-
derground gas system totaling 425.000
A drainage pipes for
__ will change the ultimate Contract later notified that he tem the engineers recommend.
2 I a distance of 800 feet in a a grand total of $1.135.000.
deep ditch in Pinehaven Sub The city has. however, paid price sll htlr. might bring an engineer to ed that the city establish a
C a The new addition will give the April council meeting for utility tax on telephone and
divisionwas added to the the power plant Issue down .
v the hospital a total bed further discussion of the mat- electric power services within
n + county's "want list" at the to approximately $655.000 but I capacity -
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of .m 4 the city: limits and pledge the
50
annual budget so far has paid nothing but patients-double r'i
d meeting of the r .r s. ter.Trawick
its ,, : cigarette and utility taxes to
present
capacity. It will who had presentedsuch
State Road Department in interest: on the natural gas
also include a complete to the Law- meet the debt service on the
Lake City Tuesday bond Issue. new a proposal
r f ,9. a sx;, .. G ,. underground morning.The drainage What the fiscal agents hope obstetrical wing, and facilitiesfor tey council in October, 1958 system. Present tax rate in the

't ,,try '' } + + project was included at the to accomplish Is to resell the pediatric patients.The and was back for another try city Is 10 mills.Opposition .

t t 5 F wr request of Mayor Randal bonds at a more favorable interest L-shaped addition will n- c r Monday night told the group,: to the projectwas

be on the south and southeast "It's a pretty rough situation.I heard from Chairman
Chitty who rate and at the
t :, appeared before same
e .;, ,r .. the County Commission at a time make their own profit of the present bllildin .H, r Sewage is on top of the Kelly, Shuford, and Reddish

8 t special meeting Monday morn- from the resale. Wulburn and The contract cannot be con- ground now; you know it andI who said it is financially

a. rt ing, prior to the board members Clerk Edwards emphasized to summated until aTjoroval is -- .-.- ---- -.-..-... ----- know it." Trawick told the impossible for Lawtey to un-
i t_ g received from the tJ R. Public, ) council that 63 per cent of dertake such a project now
l meeting with the council that the
F T -.; SRD diS- city Mayor Randal Chitty stands in deep drainage ditch in
r f' Health Service and the Flor- the hookworm and 80 no matter how desirable it
: per
trict
t t ,: : officials in Lake City. would.be taking no risk whatever Pinehaven Subdivision to illustrate hazard !it poses to neighborhood
ida be.
DevelopmpntmmiSion.. cent the in
of tuberculosis may
I Mayor Chitty said the ditch, since it could refuse to
1 t ,, z,,,. which is part of a drainage havp the bonds resold !If they This approval should he\: forth- children playing along its banks. Bradford County now comes "You'd have to raise taxes

F, complex constructed by the dislike the new Interest rates coming within the next 15 from the Lawtey area and more than twice what they
dav!', and onnstruction will To Plan Courthouse blamed the contaminated
State Road Department to th@ agents, offer. : wa- are now and you've got people

p .:- : 1irw : z.. take water away from UJS Present interest rates are 3 begin imrrrtiately after that. ter for the situation. now who can't pay their taxes

Ed Meadows The sanitarian pointed out ," Dave Shuford declared
301 In Starke representingthe
t "> was a hazardto 3-4 per cent on the power
Hospital to the council that 30 per cent emphatically. He told the
children in Planning Divi-
the
area 'who plant issue but are 5 3-4 per Commission To I
.tt Taking: part in the fashion show at 4-H Club Rally day play along its banks. He said cnt.on. the natural ass bonds. sion of the Florida! Develop Study of the project can be financed group that the council had ,

.tt last Saturday theca ment by federal aid until July not been able to Pass a three
were girls who made the garments they the ditch is also a nuisance Wulburn said his firm would Commission. attended

t modeled: (left to right) Seleta Bryant, Southside; Doloris from the standpoint of being probably have less trouble refunding Tuesday's bid opening. 1 at which time such aid will per cent utility tax and ask- I
be cut of! unless congress ap- ed why thought a 10
Parrbh, Brooker Linda Edwards unsanitary. anyone
I ; Starke; Joyce JCrawford, : the bonds If the two

i Lautey; Phyllis Childs,, Starke; and standing in front, Phyllis Other primary projects requested Issues are combined. District. Band Hiring Architect Firm propriates more funds. Tra per cent utility tax plus the i'
by the wick also told the council entire cigarette tax funds ,
Meng, Hampton. Commission at The agent also told the
the that several other Florida could be pledged to pay off a i
Tuesday
) budget meeting council that his firm recently Meet Set Here I
were: I towns, Including Starke, have water system now. j
4-H Rally Day BringsFull refunded bonds totaling 53D,- The Bradford County Com change second priority on the gotten such federal aid on t j
Rework and resurface "It would benefit everyone,
old 000,000 for the city of Jack- March 23rd mission will meet at 9:30: a- county's secondary list from utility projects. Lawtey could
lane of UJ3. 301 from Councilman Wayne Massey {(
city sonville. Such projects, he m. Tuesday for further dis- the Lincoln City road to the
receive enough priority pointsto '.
Program Of limits of Starke to said "The population is at a
i ActivitiesRally the Ctyy said, ,often ,,take along while I cussion of hiring a firm oj Bethel Church Cad However, receive the aid simply by
County line.Rework Bradford High School's"band standstill now and it'll prob- I
complete.The one in Jacksonville architects to start prelimin* the matter not come up. pointing out existing health i iI j I
and will be host' again this ably be. the same 30 years
Day marked the ob The talent contest provedto resurface State took six months he ary planning for' a proposednew Commissioner Jessie Chas- I conditions he said. '
Road 16 through year to the 1963 District I from now unless /something is i j
S servance of National 4-H the-City ;
Club of easily
nd'Starke's'could
V be very popular. Gall McKinney acid; county courthouse. A ; tain was absent due to illness, According to the 1958 en- "
Starke east"t Band Festival Saturday, done said his family
on Massey
Week the
t at the USO in Starke Clay Couh. take (
and Janelle Pollard as'long. number of architectural firmsin and any suggested changes in
made
i gineering report, by
last ty line, with March 23, Bandmaster Eldon does not drink water in
Saturday. About 75 girls, gave a pantomime entitled curbs gutters, ='f_ council also opened bids the area were interviewedat priority might have resultedin Smith and McGriff Engineers
and sidewalks Mathews announced this week. Lawtey but haul in their
parents, and leaders attendedthe "Ahab the Arab" and was assisted through the on ;,the installation of equip a recent meeting, but so a tie vote. It was specul- of Gainesville the water pro drinking water from Heilbronn I

recreational activity held by Nancy Bennett and city.Resurface ment for the city's'' proposed Twenty-one bands composed far the board has made no ated that this was the rea ject would cost $120,000 but

i every year at this tie e. Ann Savage. Other numbers State Road 221 $89,000 ,water project. Just of approximately 1,000 indication of who will get the son the priority skitch was would bring in $8.900 per Springs.

A feature of the day was a were a tap dance by Linda [Hampton cut-off from 'Ufi. two companies submitted bids( band members will present 20 nod for the job. not attempted. year into the city or approxi- The three opposing councilmen -
301
talk by County Commission- Futch; Phyllis Childs sang a and run southeasterly to on Installing equipment for concerts during the festival The firms interviewed variously Commissioner Johns had a mately $56.50 per customer. claimed that when the
where It Intersects SR 18 In which begins at 7 ajtn. and engineer made the survey In
s I er R. H. Green Jr. on "Leaders hymn; Karen Starling sang; the entire project and two estimated the cost of large delegation of property The Lawtey councilmen, how-

of the Future"Centered Karin Lee gave two readings; town of Hampton. more submitted partial bids continues- until 9:30: pm. a new courthouse at from owners served by the Lincoln ever, were quick to point out 1958 he told them privatelythat
tt Secondary projecti on the Starkewas picked to host the !it would be "foo>ih" for
around the Hawaiian and Patty Rosier did the J.Y.. Meadors and Co. of $500,000 to $700,000. Means of City road! on hand at the that if the water system would
county's request list la trder event again this year becauseof them to even consider install-
Jacksonville bid and to the changeif
dress contest and hula twist. 'of their $43,750 financing the project are also meeting protest net the city $5650 per cus-
facilities under
priority its excellent ac water
were: ing a system
Bonita Green and Joyce the Mechanical and EQuip. it was proposed.
waiin dress contest and hula 1. : being studied. tomer, it would also cost each
I Morgan Road and Cnttth cording to Mathews.A the city's present financial
contest. In the dress contest Crawford gave a demonstra- ment Co., of Tampa bid $45- Mayor Randal Chitty ap- customer that much per year.
House Road The board met briefly Mon-
Carol Gainey placed tion on "Becoming Dress" connecting Ufi 944,on the entire job. South marching exhibition for peared at the Monday meet- The 1958 survey showed condition.
first; Elizabeth 301 with SR day morning in a special the meet-
229A. other action at
is scheduled for 8 In
Thornton and Sherrill Griffis showed ern ,,Drillers Inc. of Jacksonville the public ing to ask the county's coop- that at that time there were
second: 2. meeting called by ChairmanJ. .
Lincoln to
Sally Moore, third how to fringe a tablecloth. City rood and submitted a,. partial bid pjn. Saturday night. The eration in correcting a hazard -- --- ing delegation appeared
Karen
: Lee,, road: from SR 100 to Lincoln Bradford Band Boosters start- C. Prevatt. Commissioner ask if the council had plans
Of $20.094 and Merrill Gray by deep drainage
fourth presented a Man
; and Phyllis Childs Girls assisting with the pro- Weather
City road. Jerome Johns said he thoughtthe several graded roads
sales
ed their advance ticket to repair
Co. of Uvalda, Georgia sub- ditch in Pinehaven Subdivi-
fifth. Phyllis Meng won first gram were: Marilyn McCrary, 3. Road from meeting was called for which have
U9.3o1 south I this week. Admission is $1 for within the city
place in the hula Susan Celita Bryant, (Continued from Page 6))
contest. Sapp. to Dictates To
of Lawtey. by Anderson Junior adults and 25c for students. the purpose of trying sion.County Attorney H. V. become all but impassable
In the dress Gilda Graham, Joyce Crawford -i,
revue girls of
High School, to SR 225. during the recent weeks
Knight suggested that if the
{ modeled suits. dresses blouses, Bonita Green. Mary 4. GrowersA
Speedvffle
and Road, from Study Of Rhabdites county participated hi the Berry wet weather.
skirts Frances Norman Dottie Sue
they had made in ,
SR
21A the
to get
southerly to SB 21. "Yes, we plan
should be on
I project it possibly
their
clothing projects. Kelley, and Sharen Bryan.
Those 5. Bethel Church road, from 50-50 basis with the city. few days of warm weather: weather checked, we're all in
modeling Karin Lee and Gail a
were: Linda Edwards ; presided Janelle Pol- Griffis Loop north to SR 230. Is It was later decided to put could get Bradford County', : about the same boat," Mayor
Susan Werre McKinney and
OriginalJohn
Sally] The county expects to be BHS Science Project the drainage ditch on the C. R. Shuford told the dele-

Moore Celita Bryant, Joyce lard led the games. able to build the first three county's list of primary requests 1963 strawberry crop off to i gation. He went on to tell

Crawford, Phyllis Childs. Pat- Adults assisting were Mrs. roads on the modest start next week fcu that something
secondary list the group
in with
since it is tied
ty Rosier, Karen Gissy, Sha- James Edwards, Mrs. A. L- about. nine miles, from fundsnow Spectators at the Regional I might sound like words to describe Wager, a BHS 11th I drainage of u.s. 301, and see another cold snap might post would be done about the roadsas
ren Prevatt, Karen Starling, Crosby Jr., Mrs. R. F. Young, the grader, to discover why the
credited to the county! Science Fair in Live Oak this an uprising among if the State Road Departmentwould it back for another two 0 soon as the weather drys
Delores Parrish, Sherrill Grif Mrs. Hal Hamilton, Mrs. from Its 80 per cent surplus: week will do a doubletakewhen natives in darkest Africa rhabdites are there and what do the job. off sufficiently, and was back

fis, Bonnie Griffis, and Robin Ann Starling, and Mrs. JohnC. gas tax and Federal aid sec. they pass an Impressive but, in reality, a rhabdite Is useful purpose they serve. So Following its budget meet- three weeks. the roil star ed by Chairman Kelly. The
this
Elzey. Greene. In the far as is known, he is the At point, meeting,
ondary allocations. looking exhibit with the for- a rodlike body present ing with the State Road De- of the strawberry eajon Is a council at a previous
.r midable title "Rhabdites in skin cells of small flatwonns. first person to make such a had already agreed to hire
'On With The Show' partment in Lake City Tues-! unpredictable as the weather
Dugesia .Tigrina." It was left to the Inquisitive study and come up with a day morning, the Commissionmet which Is depends. the county's road equipmentat
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upon
To the uninitiated this mind and tireless research of satisfactory answer.John's $9 per hour to repair the
again Tuesday afternoon Starke Market :Manager: J. R.
I .
BHS Musical Set Tonight FridayMidrock 7 ---- --- project was original to see idea if planaria for a In' the courthouse.The Wainwright was expecting a: roads within the town limits. I

board agreed to pay 20 few flats at the mark today
... could learn, like rats, to pass
"On With The Show," a and senior classes of Bradford Charles F In the per cent of the cost of new- (Thursday) and, if it stays Farmers RemindedOf
Phipps as ,.. through a maze. courseof
type traffic lights to be installed be fair
musical extravaganza about High School ,warm there win a
his work he noted the Feed Grain
r
Millie
Lucy Dicandio as the
circus life is being staged this Curtain time for the musical I ; j in the worms' cell on U.S. 301 at the volume of berries on the market -
rhabdites
Thursday and Friday nights, story of three tramps who Fat Lady, Richard :llfller as j w ur p tSE. ,. : structure and tried to find Call Street and Madison by the middle of next week Deadline, March 22
I the Tattooed Man. Dan Doddas I ; Street Intersections. The city But a mid- iarch freeze!
and
March 7 8. by the Junior were forced to leave their out what they were by search-
1 win pay 20 per cent of the (which has happened before) Mrs. Mildred Sapp, county office
hometown via a traveling cir- the Strong Man, :Marcia 1 ing the reference books. He i
cost, and the State Road De- could change the picture entirely of the Bradford
AND'iNCw
SEE cus is 7:50: both nights and the ': At F Ct manager
Haynes as the Bearded Lady, Ip 1 was finally rewarded by a
cent. reminds -
i 'srccks''ci'si 'partment 60 per County ASC Committee,
sr
overture will begin five min- A 'riaeoaia. a brief sentence In a zoology
and Charles Phipps, Lucian .x;
MW
tta5' The county's workmen's Wainwright said that at farmers that they
ON WITH THE I utes earlier at 7:45 p.m. in the book defining rhabdites. but
Admission I Prevatt, and Buford Parker as compensation Insurance was present "there is a very nice until March 22 to sign up for
BHS Auditorium. i
failing to state what they
I the Townsmen. awarded to H. C. Wall Insu- prospect" for a good season,' participation In the 1963 feed
SHOW I will be $1 for adults, 75 cents were made of or what pur-
> with the stipulation but added ihat thLs depends
j Agency quickly
I rance
1 for junior and senior high Yvonne Conner is the student ? x 1 they served."I grain program.
I pose that the premium be on a number of variable who are in the
Musical Comedy About ;school students, 50 cents for director of the production .; got interested" John Only growers
factors which could changethe for
Circus Life elementary pupils, and children which also features the Bradford says, "and determined to find [Continuel on Page 6] outlook Plants program will\ be eligible 1963

Presented By The : under school age will not be a, ; ., out just what function rhab- overnight price support on their
High Chorus of look In of
as part generally good spite of corn, grain sorghuM,
Junior-Senior Class I charged. : vr dites did perform. ReleasedTo crops .
the cast and 15 members of the I Funds a serious outbreak of leaf spot and barley, lira. Sapp said.
s BUS Auditorium Elaborate scenery has been 'I M'It --- c.TtOrT "I decided to subject plan- in some areas due to the unusually
I band who provide live musical PrisonAt
March\ 7-8 7:.15 P.1\1.\ constructed for the production aria to different conditions State wet weather. This can

I I with the aid of the Industrial accompaniment. 'f Q& b&iissf&rii which would normally affect Lake ButlerThe be controlled however, with Race Track

i Barbecue Rib and I Arts department and includes the small animals adversely.1tMaIntaining proper treatment, and a few Checks Mailed

a huge circus tent which covers Homesteaders Have a control groupof State Cabinet released days of hot sunshine would

Chicken SupperSat. \the entire stage. Balloons till s planaria In Kingsley Lake $689,000 Wednesday to start clear up most of it. Plants are State Comptroller Ray B.
I
., March\ 9 also be given to children at- Month To Sign k ; : water, their normal habitat, construction of a reception loaded with bloom ani young Green announced' that rac*

tending the play 4ai Wager also had four other center and hospital at the old fruit.
For 1963 for 129.000
5 To 7:30 P.M. ExemptionTax track tax checks
Mary Bellinger as Aggie, groups of the animals whichhe Lake Butler airport site for Wainwright says the season ,
a.
1st Christian Church ,Richard Scott as Sid, and Jim ; __ placed in a weak boric the prison department.The isn't unusually late for Brad- were mailed to each o! 67
Assessor Gene Long an
Adult $1.25 ChiL 75c Lewis as Danny will portraythe acid solution a weak alkaline action on the I ford County, but "just about Florida counties last month.
1 came
I Benefit Baptistry 1 Fund three tramps who leave nounced this week that 432 y ,.. : solution, and an unclean solution heels last week of release of normal/ He mentioned one This payment brought the total

home to join the circus. Other county residents who had I with a high bacterial $900.000 to get construction season several years ago when received by each county

This Space Contributed leading characters are Linda. homestead exemption last year ; count. The final group John started on a new $5.5 million the first shipmmt from the for the current fiscal year to

Weekly to Publicize Oglesby as Ma, Don Brandes still have not signed their renewal placed in distilled water, a prison for Negro first offenders market was not untU! April 17. $82.000 8.500 more than received -

x Community Events by as Lefty, Lorraine Priest as applications. medium which has less mIn- In Sumter county. For the last two ur three during the sin* period

:Maria, and Patty Kay Lyon as It is required that the .re erals and foreign material The $680.000 provided this years shipment have started last year.

The CommunityState ,Teena. newal applications be signed before John Wager displays his prize winalng project on which present. I week is the first construction abnormally early due to un- Each Florida county received

I Other speaking parts were] April 1 if the home owner.' he has done research in an area Bttto explored before Be Though rhabdites are usual money for the new $1.2 million niually warm winters. $208,000 in racing money

Bank I won by John Wager as the is to receive the exemption,I'found the purposefor ,tiny bodies.inside the. skin cells of a present in normal pan- prison facility at Lake The market manager said last year, which was the large

.1 Sheriff Ann Prevatt as Mrs Long says small flatworm by subjecting them to adverse conditions I ICcatinusJ from Page $1 Butler, __ [Continual on Page 8} est in the history ofthotr Us,





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PAGE TWO &, BRADFORD COUNTY TELEG lAPH, STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY,_MARCH 7. 1963GLADYS

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Mr. and Mrs. J.C., Vining Mr. Southerland Mr. Norman 52 starke of the 748th Ord-i $&45. The test is the first step

: IUI4... and children of Deland will be : /4.A2 I It t nance Companies with other Trio Caught in the ninth annual competition J i\
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Services Held
t ..UTU.fw Jt weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.L. Services HeldWednesday personnel of the 748th Ord- for four-year Merit Scholarships j 1<

D. Vining. At Pine Level nance Battalion. i j ForB&E provided by the National I

, .J :j jf Local fcdmittances to Bradford Capt. Drew F. Reddish, com : :Merit" 'Scholarship Corporation j f1\|

.c !'; County Hospital this week Earnie Southerland 64, of pany commander. said that!'Clay SchoolsThree :and by sponsoring! 'orporattons, ] |.
3 include: ,Mrs, Mildred Griffis Lake Butler died' Saturday in the Saturday drill will be :foundations associations, unions -

if I If ". ,. MOOTY PIiaVKMrs. 864.o51 Mrs.smith.Reddish Mrs.Andrews Mary,Chaun.Lou a Jacksonville hospital afteran Ancel Detroy Norman, 52 spent in orientation and organization Jacksonville youths and individuqis.Some ,.\

...,. cey extended illness. of Route 2, Starke, died ina checking equip- pleaded guilty in Clay County 13,000 semifinalists
Charity Johns returned Fred Vining and Jesse Viningof Griffis, and Mrs. Agnes Con- Born in Tif ton, Ga. on Aug. local hospital Monday night ment and supplies, and study- Circuit Court last week to the highest scorers in each It

i l' ;.:_Saturday after several weeksin Stockton, Ga. were over- ners. 16. 1898. he was a retired I after a short illness. ing the mission of the unit. I, breaking and entering schoolsat .'
night guests Tuesday of Mr. Jesse Morgan of Jack- .14. __ The :state will be named: early nest
I Riverside Hospital following jirs. farmer and a member the Born in Bradford County new company consistsof I Orange Park and Keystone

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jaFLU< r Ml'iI. Drew Reddish of Starke Mrs. Gale Smith has been Mr. and Mrs. A. J. ThomasSr. Surviving are his widowrEverlvna .soji.of.the late Jeff and Elitha officers, and 143 enlisted from coin operated machines.The ,published in a >which
added to tile Wall Insurance --k- Gilliard] Norman. and had men,
and Green Southerlandnf boys are also cnarged I is distributed to all colleges |
mother. Mrs. W. H. Ed- vei- S
Agency staff. Local in .Doctpr'5Hospital ( 2.Joinstow'n.- been a lifelong resident of On the \
patients
{ Latr Butler: five u.uh- Sunday personnelwill
'wards of Jacksonville, attended with entering Melrose High and to other sources of finaaI |
C" the Van Cliburn Mrs. Clyde Colson is visitingher this week include: J. ters. Mrs. MabelFnmptnn M Cul1ou h. ,I the county. He was employedat move to'the rifle rangeat School the same night. but I .
> r. concert .iat cial aid for unaergraduates. j
i t tbe Civic Auditorium in Jackr son-in-law and daughter, J. Heard Jr., Mrs. Joyce Allen, : Mrs. Words Pre- Sunland Training Centerin Camp Blanding to fire this offense is being handledby i I ,.
Mr. and :Mrs. M. K. Boynton and J. A. Gnann.. vatt. Lawte'Mrs.: Delma Gainesville, and was amember weapons for record_ and fam Putnam County authorities. I
sonville Monday evening.T. in Gaines- THE RIGHT POINT for the I
and new baby son
1 1i H. Slade returned home''yme.' :Mr, an4 Mrs. T. E. Strick Peer. Patterson\ N. J,; Mrs. I of the Heilbronn iliarization. 'i. Kenneth Moss and Carl way you write. Come in ad ,

( t Monday after surgery in St.i land of Belle Glade were week- Virginia Hudson.\ Savannah., Baptist Church. CWO Albert Foster has Stroud pleaded guilty to break- select favorite ESTER- ,
i IYif Vincent's Hospital last Thurs- Mrs. W. B. Tnompson Jr., end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ga.; and' Mrs. Marilvn Thorn- Survivjng are .his widow, been assigned as the Unit. ing and entering the Orange your
BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-
H ., \ day. *81r Mrs. Walter King and Mrs.. Paul Raymond and Mrs. Bertha tnn. Lake Butlerr four' !sons Pearl Johnson Norman, : Supply Officer and is one of Park Schools. Carrell Clark
Charles Hutchinson attendedthe BaptistsTo Starke; three daughters, Mrs. GRAPh
David. and Earnie Souther- the full-time personnel at the
;. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams regional conference of the Lang.Mrs. Hugh M. Griffin and;l land Jr., both of Jacksonville: Hear Speaker Marian White Orlando: Mrs. I I Starke .armory. pleaded guilty to breaking and
the Park
the weekend entering Orange
in
spent Florida League of Nursing at Mr. and Mrs. Dick Griffin and Jo E. Sutherland, anta Wanda Edwards, Jacksonville: I DOWLING .
> Tampa with Mr. and Mrs. Dick the Sellers Auditorium in Jack Dr. Clayton Mosier and Mrs. Carolyn Bartaszek, School but said he fell asleep
; ,daughters of Waldo, and Mrs. Clara. Calif.: and Owen J.utherand. Mrs. 72
Sayles
,. .Slett rma i it" before reaching Keystone and PRODUCE MKT.
Sanford Kenneth D.:
sonville last one
Friday. ; son.
Thelma Mendoza and :Miss: ] Starke: two bro-
,, 'Mrs. Wlllard Williams 1 Dr. C. Clayton. Mosier. for- Norman Starke two brothers did not go into the school
re, ; 'Vinn.DixieI
Mr. and Mrs. ii. D. Vining Gloria Johns of Jacksonvillewere thprs. Everett Southfrland.: Services Set there.A East of
a1 i j' ,tu l'edlome\ last Thursday af- spent the weekend with Mr.'I Sunday visitors of Mrs. Jacksonville and Willie South- mer commander-in-chief of Leroy and Tully Norman,
1 : C_ ter three weeks in SL Vincent's and Mrs. J. W. Timmerman in Carrie Ritch and Miss Annie erland of Lake Butler and a the United Indian Nations of both of Starke; and five sisters 2 P.M., FridayMrs. fourth youth who reportedly I CUCUMBERSI

IIC IIi Hospital following surgery. Stockton, Ga. I I half brother Seymour Staten North America, will be the Mrs. Jack Matthews, was involved in the I Each

Ie !. Mrs. W. S. Slade spent the Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Shi of Darby. Noegel and lake Butler: and a sister. Mrs. Homecoming speaker at the Lake City. Tenn.; Mrs. Homer Louise Peek Sayles '1%, break-ins was placed in custody 3c

1 past three weeks with her Stratford, Okla. are visitingMr. Mrs. Stanley Beverly Rena Addison. Lake Butler. Johnstown Baptist Church on Stern, Tavares; Mrs -Marvin widow of Drt Charles F. Say- of the Duval County Juvenile -

daughter\ Mrs. Clyde Sinclair, and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith.1 daughter. Sharon the, and weekend in Also survivin are 20 grandchildren Sunday, March 10. Hubbard, Ocoee; Mrs. H. C. les of Miami died in a hospital Court. POD OF ,.
t a in Orlando.V. Thomas'Jr. Crawford spent Edwards Jacksonville and there Wednesday morning Judge Charles Luckie set
13 Rep. and Mrs. A J. with Mr. and Mrs. and three great Dr. Mosier was Judicial
S O. Fausnaugh returnedby were in Tallahassee Tues- Tallahassee nderandchildren. Chief of 3,500,000 Indians in Mrs. Wesley Tillis, Plant City. after an extended illness. today t Thursday as the date PEPPEREach

C 'plane .Saturday to Columbus day and Wednesday of last W. P. Joyce. Lake Funeral services were heldat North America "for 11 years, Funeral services were heldat Mrs. Sayles was born in J for sentencing the youths.

'a Ohio after being the guest of week on business. ,Mrs. Lillian Phillips her of sister 11 am. Tuesday in the and has preached in 48 states 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Starke on Oct. 10, 1890 and! :Besides taking money from t 3c

c *"< Mr. and :Mrs. William S. Terry R.:: S. Dibble is a patient in City was visiting Pine Level Baptist Church and 11 foreign countries. A Heilbronn Baptist Church was the daughter of the lateComer vending machines, a couple of
1 -,' at Park-oMhe-Palms. Tyus Convalescent Home. "Mrs. Bertha Pearce from Wed- with Rev. Alton Dobbs. Rev. full-blooded Osage-Cherokee with Rev. Charles Harvey officiating L. and Harriett Pat-I radios, and other miscellaneous .

A -. nesday to Monday.Mr. W. E Hall. and RPV. Roman Indian Chief: "he is a dynamic Burial was in Dyal terson Peek. She had lived in I articles the boys did considerable IWATC'H

zoo a and Mrs. D. A. McLeodand Alvarez officiating. Burial was speaker and will bring pow Cemetery under direction of MJami for the past 41 years.i damage, breaking

children of Brunswick Ga., in the family plot in Dyal er-packed messages on 'March DeWitt C. Jones Funeral\ where her husband was formerly -I j windows, discharging fire extinguishers "Living 1',

2v 2C a' Terwillegar Motors were weekend guests of sr. : Cemetery under direction of 10 and nightly at 7:30: duringthe Home. chief of staff at Jackson marking walls oras

and Mrs. H. A. McLeod. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral revival. Memorial Hospital She wasa I and other acts of vandalism.Scholarship I .f

I Mr. and :Mrs. J. E. Hardy Home. Mrs. Maree Smith member of the Methodist March 11 thru
Rev. D. A. Greek, former I
and family visited Mrs. Charles ;March 15
d pastor of the church for 15 Church. Tests II
1959 81 Of Starke I
Volkswagen Bus I Hardy Sr. in GainesviUe on at 6:30: A. M. '
will sister
and several Mrs.
years, preach Surviving is one ,
Bruce Haddock celebratedhis
Are ScheduledForty i
Sunday.
r other ministers will Services Thursday of Starke. With
Radio and Heater twelfth birthday last Friday be heard :E. K. Perryman
Mrs. M. W. Lance, a former during the day. Music will be Funeral services will be held Bradford'' Rev.
I I Starke resident, was visiting with a slumber party. Mrs. Maree N. Smith, 81, of the De- students at
II provided by Bobby Sapp of I at 2 p.m. Friday in
1 it I friends here Tuesday enroute i Helping to celebrate the Tim occasion Pine Level Baptist Church Starke. died Monday in a Witt C. Jones Chapel. with High School plan to take tit I'I H. Walton Grady
that night
it t :: $895.00f from New Orleans to Fernan- were minister Gainesville after an 1963 National Merit Scholarship -
of music; Jackie hospital Rev. John R. Brabham pastorof
Beach. Thompson Mike Mitchell, and Qualifying Test. Thomar\ Pastor Of The First j jI
dina Dobson. pianist; and Jose- extended illness. the First Methodist Church.
Donald Sapp. L. announced I Presbyterian ChurchIn \
t f Mrs. O. L. Beasley returned phine Addison, organist. Rex Born in Orange City. Iowa officiating. Interment will be Casey principal 1
Mr. and Mrs. George Law- '
;ILS".. I home Saturday after eye surgery son and family of Aikin, S. C. [Tex] Bennett, a blind boy, on Feb. 26, 1882, she had beena ., in the family plot in Crosby this week. I Starke

I t'I"; ; in Riverside Hospital last were weekend guests of Mr. will sing at the morning hour.' resident of Starke for the I Lake Cemetery under direc- Based on financial need: OnPOWERFUL

t & ;' I week. and Mrs. David Montgomery. and many other singers will] past 13 years, coming here tion of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral minimum award under the,
( from the north. She was a cholarship is $100 and the I
1 be heard during the after- Home.Pallbearers. CHANNEL 12
of
; Lawrence Moseley Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Naz-
,9"un noonA member of the Christian will be nephewsof maximum is $1.500. The aver.!
Groton, Conn. spent the week- worth of Jacksonville Dr. WFCA TVJacksonville
Science church. ige stipend award to freshman
Mrs. :
end with his grandmother and Mrs. Barney McRae Jr. basket dinner will be served Sayles. I
Mrs. Edith Christiansen.Mr and family of Lake City were on the grounds and the I Surviving are her husband, Merit Scholars in 1962 for wa.ql the -

jt FLOIUDAl and Mrs. H. N. Bevisof Sunday visitors of Mr. and pastor, Rev. Angus B. Lawson Chauncey H. Smith of Starke; Boy Scouts 1,041 scholarships awarded
it' Mrs. McRae Sr. two brothers, and three sis I
invites the
Jacksonville were Saturday public to attend Hold Monthly
t luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney was the homecoming and ters. II 1957- -
Mrs. Ressie Thomas. Mr. and in Palatka over the weekend revival Funeral\ services were held Court Of HonorTroop I '
.. at 10 Thursday at the
"' visiting :Mrs. J. G Mjlncan. a.m.
I Mrs. Thomas spent Saturday ,
'
I ,l night and Sunday with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mott Rotary Hears graveside in Hope Cemetery 70, Boy Scouts of ; Buick Tudor

-- and Mrs. Mallory Thomas Jr. and daughter of Jacksonvillewere Theressa with Rev. H., Wal- America, held its monthly

in Lakeland.Mr. weekend guests of Mr. Carnegie SpeakerCalvin ton Grady officiating. Burial Court of Honor Thursday .
was in Hope Cemetery, under Feb. 28 and the following -
and Mrs. Gilbert Gold- and Mrs. B. J. Jacobson Jr. night, ,
I wire had as weekend guests Mrs, W. B. Mundy Mrs. Guy L. Walker, district direction of DeWitt C. Jones awards were presented: Hardtop

Illlll II. OPENING TIME their son Ray Goldwire of Sale and Mrs. J. B. Sapp arespending manager of Florida Institute Funeral Home. I Bobby White, Life rank;
... of the Dale
sponsors
(' MONDAY\ Carneige I I --
THROUGH the
weekend in -
THURSDAY Abaco. Bahama Islands his Tallahassee Wewayne Jordan Star rank; i
; IIMI4: OPEN 7:00 P. M. .; SHOW with their daughters courses, was guest speaker at 622nd I Automatic, Radio, Heat
I'll'IMC' STARTS 7:30 fiancee, Miss Anne, qraviee of the Rotary Club Wednesday.Mr Ordnance Bill Alexander. 1st Class; CAR

I Illllma!! "I FRI.,.3:30_ SAT. hOO-! SUN. '2iOO.,,, Javares, and Mr_.an4, ic ( ";Misses Jean Mundy and Lindaaa1M"Wnding Walker is .curreitfly.....(organizing To':Conduct Tommy Lyons. 1st Class. er, Power Steering and .
,
I
'
: P. Taylor of Pitzwerald, 9a. the a class at Keystone An impressive Tenderfoot I Brakes VAlUE/ [

tin." Mrs. B. A. Pope Jr," of'Nor-. FSU,circus.MSgt. Heights, sponsored by the Rotary ': First Assembly ceremony was also given with

; Illll: FRI., SATWMARCH 9, 10 folk, Va., and Mrs. Fred Guy. and Mrs. Aubrey Club there. the following boys receivingthis !

IIIHIii 111*. 08 Gainesville are spending I'' Fort Hebert Stewart and three Ga.children of: !, The: importance? of setting ?iic1 2nd Qrdnance Com.pany rank: Danny Griffis, $$595001ERILCAR
were ,last
inn" Double eature Program this week with their mother, Friday and '# :goal in.life and striving Florida National Guard, ,Gregory Nichols Franklin
Mrs. A. Z. Adkina. They Saturday visitors will fpondu tts first training Thomas, Wayne Walker, Brice! .
.. .. spent of Rev. xeach it was stressed by the
and Mrs. Leo Hebert.Mr. .
III ro.1 '!'P .' NO.2 the first part of the week and peaker. :He. said that any assembly, in the Starke arm-' ,<:Titus. Bill Faber Reggie MOTOR
'ISI 1'' Mrs. H. A. Lawson
5.. visitIng in south Florida.Mr. goal can be reached that the pry March 9-JO Flynn Larry Thomas, John $
were j in Panama .
City last week
r
',11"" --r I ThEvtie and Mrs. E. L. Matthews with their san-in-law individual believes can .be '1'fle new unjt was ;'ecent1yJoTmd Beshears.. Mike Smith and
'I FIRT I and daughter Betsy, and reached. Jjy eonsolidAtiogCP-B.! Scott Smith.
TIME' ;and Gerry Mooty visited Six daughter Mr. an Mrs. W, M. The speaker was introducedby [Camp :BlandingJ and Co. C -T.im Thompson. Scribe I
Morar and
,
''I TOLD I I Gun Territory near Ocala on new baby daugh Clyde Terwillegar who had I ,. -
ter. .
Mrs
Lawson's'mother
I
,
_....Africa'sstrtngett Sunday afternoon. charge of the program.
.11 ,- Mrs. C. H. Register, spent the
%
., -_ ,;\ hunt in th I wright Misses of Betty FSU Lou Wain- week with Mr. and Mrs. 'Register CARD OF THANKS J JI
spent the
I
,
Illllill ', I Jr. in Tallahassee.Mrs. .
shadow cf
[ weekend with
..;: 'her mightiest J, R. Wainwrlght.Mr. and Mrs. Willie Mae Johns spent To all the wonderful friends
r''I' last weekend in Clewiston and relatives who were so kind i
mystery... Visiting their respective parents with her son, Mr. and
>\\11 If> 'r j r over the weekend were Dullard Judd and family. death, of ,pur beloved\ mother,

IIIili.l __ ___ ______ Miss Barbara Colley and Art Mrs. Mary Mathis and family .who passed away Feb. 4, we : _
:;
4L ; T- %
I'llIII Holliday of FSU. of Gainesville were Sun- find no words to express the I ) 4 '4 _
5'' '. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Adams of day night guests of Mrs. Ef- depth of our gratitude. Your
I'llIII
) ___ Jacksonville were Sunday visitors fie Johns and family.Mr. prayers cards flowers letters
M'l. Girl of Dr. and Mrs. H. H and Mrs. Harry Sellersof and the food you prepared ,

ill'"!' Adams. I. Brevard N. C., and Rev. also your love and sympathywill < _
.1\1 Mrs. Catherine Ebnet of and Mrs. Harry Sellers Jr. and never be forgotten. -

I': Mahnomen. Minn, has son of Hot We also want to thank Rev _
IllllIllll' been Springs, N. C.
:::: VISTARAMA
TECHNICOLOR takes spending have been Rev. Dr. '
a month with her visiting Mrs. Sel Suggs Mott.

fillIllll-. Suq! .MARSHALL THOMPSON I daughters, Mrs. Mack Futch, leI'5'.mothe!", Mrs. L.F. Smith, hospital staff, and Barry// _

Illlll,, CABYANDRt.FAUSTOlOZZ.. and family 'in Starke, and for the past ten days. Rev. 'Cabe Funeral Home. :
,
,
'( & .,. -<- s :
'", A PARADE RElEASE ? Mrs. Howard Luebke and Sellers Jr. and family returned God eaw that she was tired! .. ,
linn family in Lake City. She will to his pastorate on March and weary so he opened the

:::::' PJius "TEXAS TOM" Cartoon return home with Mr. and 1. Mr. and Mrs. Sellers $r. gates and took her home __

1CIlllll' Mrs. Wilbur Reigert of Minneapolis are continuing their visit this where there will be no mOl'epain
Minn., who are visiting week with Mrs. 9 'Piece
Smith at the nor but
Illlll j sorrow peace I -
::::: SUN. MON. TUES.
I'llll the Futch family this Smith cottage on Santa Fe for everymore. -The Carrie I
IlllllMi. week. River. Norman family.y .

lulu MARCH 10, 11, 12 Mrs. H. L. Brownlee win Mr. and Mrs. Bill Snipes ,

linn 0\ return home Sunday after and family of E. Adklns Street
I rtt.:;i THE MEN I five months visit with Dr. and have moved to Tampa. '' 1

'''''' ,::0--- Mrs. M. C, Stith in Falls Mrs. J. C. Harrell of Brooker Sofa 'Bed
Illllltilt" I
) MUTIHYlTHEMIGHT ,Churclu Va. and 'with Ijer} was visiting Mrs. V. V,1 Group
..h', daughter, Miss Mary Brownlee Hazen on Tuesday. -!

01.till"' ,in Baltimore Md. She Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Joinerof I y

llf-31 1 is returning with the Stiths Winter Garden are spending
:| who will visit her for a week. several days with their II $ : Includes: :

l | Mr.. and Mrs. Mack_ Futch daughter Mrs. W. s. Haas I .
Full Size
Sofa Bed -
..fL fLt were in Tampa over the weekend -' and family. # '

O N EM AScQ PE= I attending the State At- ,Mrs. Nelson Green .attended !I I Charley Lf ... -.: '
ALL 9'
PIECES
,"'.* I' torney's Association meeting. the Methodist Wesleyan i E.Johns.: Matching Lounge Chair 'd. ONLY
lilill ,Mrs D. H. Perryman and I Service Guild weekend in Lees- WITH SOLID FOAM, LOOSE REVERSIBLE -
.
ROBERT
:: RYAN
.
PETER
Illlll USTINOVMBWNDOUGUS I[ Mrs. B. J. Brown Jr. and I Ii i burg. Mrs. R. S. Mullins and !rr'A CUSHION \
III 1 1Illlll .
: ; s. TERENCE STAMP 'i daughters of DeFuniak i. Mrs. C. R. Bradford attendedon I -

Illllllll'il:: : : I. 11I0 Spring were Friday to Sunday Saturday. 2 Step Tables Your Choice .
A2TISg:3s! f .. .. S A95
mm NlIIWUI $ guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R, ,R. chism I new OFFICE BUILD Of .
L. #. Davis. and family and ING PACKAGE POLICY I Mahogany $10.00 D
nun Plus "CASANOVA CAT" Cartoon t. R. w. Craw- 1 Coffee Table own
unittun) Mr. and Mrs, Bill Costello ford visited Mr. Chism's stepmother wraps up the essential! Oak or Walnut I .

111It1, >l and family visited the Azalea Mrs. A..J. Chism in 'property and 'liability; :
2 Table .
I
l'i II'IU'::|::: WED. TOURS. Festival :Palatka on Satur- St MARCH
Him 13,. 14 day.Anna Mr. and Mrs. V,, Vr Hazen policy! at about 20% savings -!' Several) Styles and Colors TRADE

t .. deArce. of Lakeland visited Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy in premium. Does the I '.
mil
: -. spent the veekendwith Mary Hazen in Gainesville Monday. 2 Decorator Throw Pillows
iimi:: t Charley, E, ,Johns'Agency! .
IIIHIIHIII AUDREYHEPBURN I Beth,Crawford while her sis- evening. 1 1I -
have this
new package; 'S
I ter. Marie .deArce. was visiting -I Mrs. Thelma V. Thorntonwas ,
nun I : :: ,i\ n .v.,. I,I Mary .Ann Dally. on the dean's list lor the policy for either the owner, SHOP EARLY WHILE WE HAVE A LARGE SELECTION!
:
IIH 1:1 s' .D I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dansby I I full trimester ,at the University of the office building, or:

'isi: j .*I. Jt.r I 1T- of, Jacksonville were visiting I of Florida. the separate tenants in:!

nullIUI.I: J* ], .,lFFm.., 'Mr. and Mrs. .R. Q. Dansby I tr ii i FREE DELIVERY FREE ,DELIVERYDen'mark
i
lain : on Sunday, HEILBRONN
nunmi. 4 -- upa[nDrrnTnM-11I :Ir1k .' I I Dr. ).. .J. Barry was hunt- BAPTIST CHURCH Charley E.. Johns j

'1111.1::: : ....., .UW\ULLUj. m1'1"1 tag in Mexico? Jffom. Tuesday "

",,,.:u l.('f: .. .I. MICKrv I ROONrvTI NICOI.OI 4 to Sunday.Mr : '. Sunday School, 10 a*, m. Agency ': Furniture Co
-..--.lfCft".IR..u...k 4.r.t..---I--.-...\lOlIS! t$1 / and Mrs. Terry Wil- Morning Worship 11 a. m. 1 1I ,
IIIinn
;pams: and. daughter Karen, Training Union pan. Evening FHQNE 964-0121 :

lit lit: : Plu* "DAREDEVIL. DnOOpy"..tttif- ,of#w Smyrna were weekend ,. Worship, T8 ,p.m. Prayer .
tlltl!' ,gue ts of Mr. and Mrs. T, C. Meeting Wednesdays 7:30 pm. 131-S. Walnut St. L J 436 W. CALL ST. I "nAb RHONE964.4321

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''- _'_ -'. ----- Hall in Starke, Florida, until
-- -- )
!' Woman's Club I IE St. Mark's Women :; ; '---.-. ; : 7:00 o'clock P.M. on Tuesday

I I :I: : March 19, 1963, at which time
{ WHAT WHEN
'IAj Topic To Be II I Name HostessesFor and place all bids received will

Qo- II ; ; be publicly opened and read

( American HomeA I Lenten Dinners C f AND WHERE aloud Regular on the gasoline following, approximately : -

Members of st. Mark's Aux- 9000 gallons.
fabrics and f I
program on Hi-Test gasoline, approximately -
ii'I GLADYS lIOOTY'PHONE 9M- 651 furniture will be presented at I iliary met at 7:30 p. ra. Mondayat Mar 8 20,000 gallons.
the Starke Woman's Club the home of the president, Above quantities for a twelvemonths
I BPW luncreon, 12 noon, Garden period.
after- Mrs. Clyde B. Terwillegar. Mrs.
meeting on Wednesday I
Restaurant.Mar.. The City of Starke. reserves
5 f Six WSCS Circles noon March 13, at 3:30 o'-1 Edward Burns was in charge of I the right to accept or rejectany

** clock at the club house. the devotional.Rev. 11 or all bids.

.412a Met This WeekCircle The program is under the R. E. MacBlain stated Bradford Band Boosters 8:00p. : CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA Clerk
Merrill Edwards. City
American Home Departmentwith t the urgent need for teachersin m. band hall. Zt By 3-14

icr One of the First: Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr.,' ': \ the Sunday School, and also Little Women's Club, 7:30p. : I

r ; > Methodist Church met Tues- chairman. Miss Florence invited all members to attendan m. club house. I
k '
_I- ,, : : '- .'- ; -r'
6dj day morning in FellowshipHall Isaac, interior decorator for -: Adult Class he is conducting I. 45 Beta Sigma Phi sorority, 8

f with Mrs. Vernon Smuck-j Jones Furniture Co., Jacksonville during the Sunday School hour. p. m.

? : .z er as hostess. Mrs. W. Se- will be the principal .j Mrs. H. A. Bishop, treasurer, ,. I
: -a------ :Mar. 12 frIMco
:
m well gave the program on : speaker. \ 'I'IIL announced that a total of $360.- .
ii Wesleyan Service Guild, home
L 1 1r
; "United Council of Churches." Hostesses for the afternoonwill '- 80 was made on the turkey dinner -
i r; ., of Mrs. J. R. Brabham, 7:30 p.
s- : Circle Two met Monday.af- be: Mrs. J. R. Wainwright ..- given recently.It m.

i11'V .9;, ternoon in Fellowship Hall chairman. Mrs. Jack Trawick I was announced that Mrs.

with Mrs. C. T. Wade as; Mrs. D. Thomas, Mrs. Robert \; George Winkler and ilrs. T.Miss Gravlee : \Iar. 18 HARINGGLA5S

hostesses. The program was I Ward. Mrs. Norman Willis : [G. Ritch have the altar duty Starke Woman's Club 3:30p. :

'Vp _ given by Mrs. Walla Lipsey, Mrs. Vernon Smucker, -.L ,,,..4 >.: ', ..; .' .(; for March' and Mrs. Herbert .Engaged To \Ved II m. club house.

Miss Kate Struth, and MrsJerry Mrs. Eoline Smith, Mrs. D. L. p.- .',.- :\; :: "'I;{ih. Thomas, and Mrs. Bishop for Goldwire ; ;: tiR
I :
Kouba. I Silcox, Mrs. Shi Smith, Mrs. EIi '.- .1.,'r" "Ii' April.! Ray CALL FOR BIDS 3

Circle Three met Wednes- ; F. W. Strickland, Mrs. J. M.| Mrs. Terwillegar announcedthat Sealed bids will be receivedby
ta3 Mrs. Frances Moseley Grav
day morning at the home of : Smith. Mrs. Milton Lang. ;"_ h'j.j.:_\ : Rev. MacBlain is discussing I the City Council of the City
111Ic lee announces the engagementand I of Starke Florida at the City ABC
Mrs. Wm. Shiner. The pro- I 1 Mrs. Luther Powell, Mrs. : Kaufmann "Space Age Christianity"following Hall Starke,
Miss Renfroe Weds Karolyn Weds Benny Jackson I approaching marriage of in Florida until
I gram was given by Mrs. Drew George L. Patten, Mrs. Char-! the covered dish I 7:00 o'clock P.M., on Tuesday. i A Hearing Aid Consultant
her daughter, Anne Driskoll
.
I Reddish, Mrs. M. W. Cressler j lIes Phipps, Mrs. Don Patray, In Lutheran Ceremony February 23 Lenten dinners in the parish March 19, 1J63. at which time
Jesse Allen Mann :I I.1 Gravlee, of Snake Cay, Oreat and place all bids received will From
presented the devotional. I and Mrs. W. B. Sewell. house each Friday. l
Abaco Bahamas, British West be publicly opened and read I
", 5 5ic Mr. and Mrs. Renfroe .. Circle Four met at the Miss Karolyn Louise: the church, the immediate Hostesses for the Lenten dinners aloud on the following:
Ray
Kauf'I'I l' Indies to Hubert Ray Gold- MAICO HEARING
5s home of Mrs. Gilbert Brown :Birthday Party mann became the families enjoyed a wedding are: Mrs. Bishop and Mrs. Furnishing a twelve months
of Keystone Heights announce I Ii wire, also of Snake Cay, son
Tuesday morning. Mrs. E. L. Benny Lee Jackson at a simple dinner ftt the Tower House hi. W. H. Graham, March 8Irs.; supply of 10.000 to 20,000
2C i I I
2I the marriage of their daughter, For Randy LawsonMrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert N. pounds of chlorine. in 150-lb. SERVICE
Michael, to Jesse Allen Mann,I Matthews gave the program, but impressive wedding cere- Gainesville.The MacBlain and Mrs. Richardson, GoMwire of Starke. cylinders, delivered to Starke
and Mrs. Williams mony performed by the Rev. is residing McRae Florida.
L I Eugene I young couple March 15; :Mrs. Julian
-, son of the late Mrs. Gertrude Ewell Lawson entertained -, The June 14 wedding will The said City reserves the Jacksonville, Fla will five
: i Robert Besalski Saturday at O'Neal's
the devotional. I on I, Mobile Home and ;Mrs. Herbert Thomas,
Hoffmeister of Starke. The I at a birthday party take place in the First Bap- right to accept or reject any or FREE tests and demonstrations -
7I Circle Five met Tuesday j' afternoon. Feb. 23, at 5 o'clock: Trailer Park on Hawthorne March: 22; Mrs. Kenneth Grider all bids. hearing

ceremony was performed on morning at the home of :Mrs. last Wednesday afternoon for!I' in the First Lutheran Church, Road in Gainesville.The .and Mrs. George Winkler, tist' Church of Tavares. CITY OF STARKE. FLORIDABy Friday, March! 8,
d Sunday, Feb. 3, at 2 p. m. her grandson, Randy Lawson! Miss Gravlee, a 1958 Holly : Merrill Edwards City Clerk2t
Jack Hines. The program Gainesville. Miss Kaufmannis bride is a graduate of March 29; Mrs. James Black-
The bride wore a white pique j .1 Ball debutante is graduateof 3-14
given on his fifth anniversary. the daughter of Mr. and BHS, class of 1961 a atKoch's
2C I 'Teach Us To Pray" was and is employed shear and Mrs. H. C. Brown,
suit with white accessories, andMiss : Tavares High -
School attended
The nine little guests en- I Store
by Mrs. Harry Green assisted : Mrs. George Kaufmann, and I l at Southern Bell Telephone -I April 5. CALL FOR BIDS Drug
her maid of
Mary Tyre Judson
refresh- MarIon
V : by Mrs. Eston Jordon, joyed games and Mr. Jackson is the son of Mr. 'I Co. in Gainesville. A Stewardship Conference College : Sealed bids will be receivedby
honor, wore a tan jersey suit I hours. I II I Ala., and received her degree
ments the Ha.
I party Starke
I during } Council of the ,
Cityof
Mrs. Robert Green Mrs. Hen- and Mrs. W. N. Jackson, all The groom is also a will be held at Camp Weed the City
d with brown accessories. The dining room table was ) I grad-I in elementary education Starke Florida ,at the City
ry Godwin, Mrs. W. B. Thompson of Starke uate of BHS, class of :March 15, 16, 17, and at,
Lewis Mann served as best covered with a "Flintstone"party from FSU in 1962. She Is now
and Mrs. Jack Eaves. The altar of the church was is employed by Eli Witt Co.' Woodbine Ga., March 29, 30, 31.:
man for his brother. cloth which had match- employed as a private teacherfor
'I ,
Mrsi Harry Green also gave decorated for the occasion in Gainesville. The Episcopal Women of FETi:: : Health Facts
The bridegroom is a graduate ing napkins with the cartoon the children of employeesof
the devotional. with two pedestal baskets Out-of-town guests were Christ Church, Fredrica, St. ,
of Bradford High School, i iI Owens-Illinois Glass
Co.
characters. An attractive yel-
I Circle Six met at the parsonage holding white mums and small I Mr. and Mrs. Bert Finch of I Simons Island, Ga. are spon- EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW!
in the Class of 1957. and is Mr. Goldwire '
t I low and blue color motif was I an account-
with Mrs. John R.I white asters with Tampa, brother-in-law and annual tour
interspersed tenth
the
t employed with the State Road; ; carried out in the table appointments sister of the soring ant for Owens-Illinois attended ,-j:_ Kendrick Smith M.\ D. writing in the
The
Brabham. program was greenery. groom, and Mr. of homes and gardens on March
Department in Starke. and ised birthday Auburn University and New York Medical Journal the
t i :: reported
presented by Mrs. Ethel Lo Thomas Rogero organist, and Mrs. J. A.. Redlin of Chicago !- 23 from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m., .
graduated from the U. of F.
t cake.
t !
A following case
HI., uncle and aunt
of announced.St. :
i it
well.Refreshments The youngsters were given provided nuptial music as was with a Degree in business ad-
Altar Society were served the bride. Mark's participated in the S "The most severe case of kidney pain
favors of masks blow-outs, guests assembled and accom- ministration. He is a member
$ which it has been the fortune of this
by the hostesses of all circles. World Day of Prayer service I
ToMeetMarch 13 panied Miss Martha Wirth, of
t baskets of nuts and balloons. Sigma Nu social fraternity
t Mrs. Lawson was assisted by soloist, who sang "0 Perfect FIRST PRESBYTERIAN at the Presbyterian Church I a Mason and past presidentof writer to see, one attended by a dozen

i St. Edward's Altar Society Band BoostersTo Mrs. J. T. Lawson and Mrs. Love" and "The Lord's Prayer. CHURCH and other church activities include Starke JayCees. Dr. Bollinger members of the staff of a great Boston

." starting work on enlarge hospital, where surgery was the unani.
will hold their regular monthly Chester Wise. II. Walton Grady, Minister : I I
meeting Wednesday night, Meet MondayBradford Harry Tyson of Gainesville ing the parish house within the. the mous advice after exhausting all other regular pro-

I March 13, at 8 o'clock in the Band Boosters Study Course served the groom as best man, Week of March 10-16: next two weeks. i Corporation Crescent, will Press.not Inc.be, Florida respon- ceedures was cured instantly by spinal adjustment of

Parish Hall. High I and. the ushers were Adolph Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. The auxiliary will meet in sible for any bills or indebtedness the 9th dorsal vertabra which was out of position."
to
will meet at 8 (Monday
All members are asked to p. m. Dis- "Dimensions of Prayer" a Wirth and Professor Walter i Morning Worship 11 a.m. Junior April at the home of Mrs. T.: which are not incurred Spinal adjustments often prevent surgery and restore
make final plans for the I and/or approved by C. W. Scar-
turn in the Comfort Bags for Krienke. Choir and Youth Fellow- G; Ritch, with Mrs. H. C.
t trict Band Meet to be held at study course by Douglas V. bro gh. managing director of health after every thing else has failed.

the Veteran's Hospitals. Also Bradford School on Sat- Steere. will be given by Mrs.C. Miss Lois Kaufmann attended ship. 6 p.m. Evening Worship, Brown as cohostess..NOTICE said. corporation.
High
Is at this meeting the drawingfor 7:30 p.m. Signed: DR. II. G. BOLLINGER CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE
Tuesday
Ist urday, March 23. Starke will D. Williams her sister as maid of honorin C. W; SCARBROUGH
t the hand-crocheted tablecloth be host to the 21 high school March 12. and Thursday, a beautiful pink chiffon TuesdayCircue 2, meets TO ALL PEIISON'S Managing Director, Crescent 426 N. Walnut St. Phone 964-2881 Starke, Fla.
will be held. Those having I with Mrs. Lester Crews 10 :TO WHOM IT )MAY CONCERN!\ Press-. -Inc.
,
held in
March 14. It will be dress poised over pink sateen. a. ,
bands in the district. I _..Notice is hereby given that Insurance Cases AcceptedGATEWIW
'It 3-7
stubs or donations, please i m. Circle 3 meets with
[io; Fellowship Hall at the First i The street-length dress was i I Mrs.1
turn them in to' Mrs." Joseph I All Band Boosters are urged i Methodist Church from 9:30: ;; enhanced with a short pink I L. V. Hardin, 10 a.m. Circle -

"- Cissy on Sunday. Bring a to attend this important meet-I II a.m. until 11:30 ajn. both I I lace jacket with cap sleeves. 1 meets 8 p.m. [place to be '

food item for the basket of I ing. i iI will be announced.] ,
r mornings. A nursery Her nose veil of pink illusionwas I

i groceries, ...which fa, second I The BHS Band will play sev- provided.The held in place by an attractive Wednesday-Deacons Meet- .

; prize. "' eral concert numbers after the public is invited. pink lace crown. She ing, 7:30 p.m.Thursday "

business meeting, and refreshments carried,,a,.cascade arrangement. Senior Choir i iI CHEVROLET
4Zipper
XotVbMks $!.49 at I will 'ibe served after the Beta Sigma Phi of pink feathered carnations. I practice, 7:30 p.m. Inc.

Bradford County Telegraph. musical. i Reminder: Due to the rain
Janet Kaufmann served her
I II IU
-
,1 I Beta Sigma Phi sorority will I sister as junior bridesmaid in 1 last Saturday, the work day ,\"C" -. ,
I was called off. It is re-sched-
meet at 8 p. m. on :March 11 at a lovely blue dacron dress HIGHWAY
i uled' for this Saturday 8a.rn. T, 'l 301 N. STARKE
i the home of Ginny Rodermond featuring a full skirt and cap I '- + .. .
: with Sarah Lou Wells as co- sleeves. She carried a colonial I 1 1PI.ULIC : .. M ,. *" .*f'
;.r- .
1961 I hostess. It was announced that nosegay of white feathered

.:$.:.. members who fail to wear their carnations with blue satin Your' .F Factory Authorized Dealer

to this meeting will be ribbon to match her dress. In AlTCTIOtf ,. !! IrTi
;, pins A public auction will be held ._' ... Pfl S
FORD 6-PASSENGER
1' fined a dime.Recent her hair she wore a circlet of for the sale of the following .,. .
matching blue tulle ruffles. described parcel 1 of land on the :. ;

COUNTRY SEDAN Birth The. bride, given in mar- site A.M. of on said March property 22nd, at 1963.A 11:00. 1 .' ;! .' ., : .. .. :

riage by her father, lovely
was wedge shaped triangular :
Fordomatic Radio I :Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Morar in a pure white, street parcel of land in Starke
I length, dacron dress Florida which is bounded on
: featuring
Heater PowNew- $ Jr. of Panama City announce the west by Munroe Street
$119500 I a fitted bodice and full pleated I
-
Steering the birth of a daughter Adrea and on the east by State
er ,
Anna born Feb. 22. Maternal skirt. The dress was complemented Road 200 and on the south
Motor1ERILLECAR with a beautiful by a turnout connecting State t. -
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Road 200 and Munroe Street. { "
I "
i white lace jacket with "
long, '
I H. A. Lawson of Starke. Said parcel contains 730:: .' *
.'I lily-point sleeves. Her shoulder square feet, more or less. '
MOTORS I BUY YOUR CAR WHERE THE WARRANTY
f length veil of bridal illusion The sale will begin promptlyat :
11:00 .
I : A.M. A bid of J330 00 .
was held in place by a .
i must be received. "
for e
POINT tn
THE RIGHT .'

I' way you write. Come In and enhanced crown of narrow with white pearls satin and A the detailed property legal and descriptionof other information IS GOOD AT ANY AUTHORIZED DEALER :..

select favorite ESTER-
your regarding this sale
pearl drops. She carried a
1 I' BROOK Fountain Pen. TEL I may be obtained from J. R.
cascade arrangement of white Bielling, Jr., District Chief

GRAPH.TWO feathered Mrs. Kaufmann carnations.chose for Branch Management, State Road aJnd DepartmentLake Disposal Factory Warranty .As Quoted From 1963 Chevrolet Owners

City, Florida.
.
her daughter's wedding a lovely The successful bidder must Protection Plan Booklet:

sheath dress of coral lace execute a proposal and furnisha
over taffeta complementedwith bid deposit in the amount of
4I 10 per cent of this bid immediately -
a white carnation cor- following the sale. The

sage and white accessories. bid deposit shall be in the formof uN em? 1It4Uli? Warrants'

Mrs. Jackson, mother of the a Cashier's Check or other
non-cancelable instrument. This
BOOKS THAT groom attired in two-
was
a
deposit: is a guarantee that the .
EXPERT HOUSEWIVES tone grey and black silk afternoon successful bidder will completethe "Chevrolet Motor Division of General Motors Corporation, as Manufacturer,
of the land sub
dress with black accessories purchase

with which she worea ject by the to Department.The the conditions. set 'forth warrants each new motor vehicle and chassis including all equipment and


Following white carnation the corsage.wedding a I right to Department reject any reserves or all bids the accessories thereon (except tires and tubes) manufactured or supplied by


I dispeusa&&I&&! reception Lounge was held in in the the Parish Memorial ,.I and interest may to of be waive the deemed State.MANAGEMENT technical best. for errorsas the Chevrolet Motor'Division and delivered to the original retail purchaser by an I


n .: hall line Standing were Mrs.in R.the C.receiving Pekie.- BRANCH AND DISPOSAL AUTHORIZED : 'CHEVROLET" { DEALER, to be free from defects in material -


I grandmother of the bride, Mrs. Right FLORIDA of Way STATE Division ROAD and workmanship. Under normal use and service; Chevrolet Motor Di.

,
Kaufmann, Mrs. Jackson, the DEPARTMENT "

A bride and groom and bridal I J-7 5t -14 vision's'obligationunder: this'warranty being limited to repairing or replacingat


attendents-The attractively appointed I its option any'part or parts thereof which shall, within twenty-four (24)


bride's table was covered with I II months after delivery: of such vehicle or chassis to the original retail pin'chaser i
I a handsome lace cloth over i ii '

i i, pink satin, and centered with : or before' such vehicle or chassis has been driven twenty.four thou

a beautiful arrangement of
--
I pink carnations and white as- \ W sand (24,000) miles, whichever event shall first occur, be returned to an authorized


.1 ters. Balancing were two the cryst centerpiece all- J: Chevrolet' Dealer at such Dealer's place of business."


Number 2 is a specialty with us. A checking candelabra white tapers.holding At one burning end i: ; ''P llINT AND OTHER APPEARANCE ITEMS-Imperfection in paint, trim or other appearance

kiccynt; will save you bill-paying time, keep the table was a large bevel-0:1 i iQVfL: items is normally _apparent' and i corrected during new vehicle pre-delivery conditioning. Normal

and eliminate ..... ed-edged mirror holding the i deterioration due to use and.exposure: is not covered by warranty. For your protection, you are
household budget figures in order, ,
three-tiered wedding cake a- ;, urged to immediately call any imperfection to the attention of your SELLING DEALER, so that

the risk of keeping excess cash ;in the house. :round which was a ruffle of : .c. .<, "::1 he may make any necessary correction."

i white illusion. The cake was' .
,
> topped by a miniature bride I I
.a; ) :)
: and groom. A crystal punch | for FUN '
bowl was placed at the other'! ALL CARS' ,FINANCED AT LOW INTEREST RATE"COMPARE"

: end of the table and crystal : and HEALTH ;'

: compotes held pink mints and '

FLORIDA I .

nuts.Mrs.. Walter Krienke cut the I Starke Lanes ,, ,
c.akeand Mrs. Henry Schrod- i

',- 'BNl( It IMK: 'I ;, er presided at the punch bowL I, Highway 100 South .

: Assisting in serving were Mrs. .,
.__ : .. __. ..

'One'of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group- I Adolph Hustad.Krienke.Wirth.MISS and Joy Mrs.Miss Priem Clayton Ruth kept I. ForTIeague'PHONE 964-6261 Information Here 'To Serve Our Community


Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. :, the bride's book.Following i >, .
the at I "
1 reception k i ==
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fli rAGE FOUR BRADFORD COtTNTT TELEG AAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA'

1963
THURSDAY JURCII 7,
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.\-'I 1 can sure tell you who has about 200 of these gallon cans ill for several days with for clemency to the State
TTh1 Board One (n Huebsch Twin Tumb-
Florida I
ant f will offer for sale execution.
of tomato 'plants. Mrs. :n addition toa plant ,bed. infected ear. t! of Pardons, Tallaha slt!, Flori kr Lantfdry.One and sell to the highest bidder P D. Reddish ;
hid at its
"I. Eunice from Lawtey. Grow some tomatoes, and if If anyone has any news, i James Maurice next regular meeting. Iluebsch. Twin Tumbler for cash in hand the aboSht'ritr.. Bradford County :
C 0 U N Edwards. Jr. Laundry. described property of said de- By: Jean Wainwright D.S. l''
WITH Wjj in the other day tohow you have never tried a slice please give it to I! Applicant) : One (1)
'me at church j I !.2S ',. Pro"lIerihLaundry fendant to satNf aid writ of !-!< 4t 3-15- ,
;k2 me some plants in a of good fibe tomato on a or call 964-9033 after 3:30: p.: !f 34 |' Extractor. Ser. Xo. LS25H31, ., 11.
I Model GA-30. '
'YoURJ s1 can. They were about scrambled egg for breakfast, '. in. : ('IR<..,'I1: COlRTi I One (1) A. A. Washer Machine l'

U} inches tall then which you have missed something "The Lord also will be a |i BRADFORDjCOrVTY I ,..Ser. Xo. S574, Model 42x Tenvillegar Mot
r ,. in t ST4RKE. FLORIDA 7!. rs
i another 10 days they g'ood. : : I. ;
refuge for the .
oppressed; a ''iJ R. Kelly. Tax: Collector One (1> Western Extractor .
be ideal for setting. She DATE OF MARCH 22nd, refuge in time of trouble ]i Bradford County : Laundry, Ser. Xo. SA30J60\ Model I
Manalucie Rutgers and which is I, Starke Florida! I 300.i &
,
on Friday, will be Psalms 9:9. '
: i! Plaintiff i .One ,(1) Glurer Spotting :1959 Ford V-8 1
This Floralou is a :your last opportunity to par- '-e. I Board. Ser. Xo. 730S, Model M ;

new variety that will ticipate in the Feed Grain 1,Stark pry Clea'nejrs. &; i l I :T- X. i Fordor ,f
JQlrlai f One
Lauadry +4. j (1) Milnor Automatic
very scarce on the market.
program. Our farmers who :,
Virginia W. Smith Laundry Wasiitr. Ser Xo. W6I -
i is an excellent quality to- have been growing field corn 'East Call Street I 351255. Model 2W25 Fordomatic, Radio and Heater, I

forms its fruits in clus- and might bs interested in thisprogram 'Starke, Florida ', One (1) Milnor Automatic 1 Good Condition '4 1 1I
AOTICK: OF SHERIFF' SALK Laundry Washer, Ser Xo. W. \
and the clusters ripen at : Xotiee is! hiTAby given 1253327; Model 4W =5. '
c are urged to come in that I,
.. same time. You will pick P. I>. Reddish :sheriff of Brad- On.. ((1) Milnor Automatic' $995.00 : I
t'o the ASCS office to tall ford County, Florida, under and Laundry Waeher, S"-r. Xo. W-
tomatoes like picking a Our :)oil Our IStrengtDI I 14515: :
I tic ByGeorge by virtue of a Writ of ExecuUfn IH. Model 4W-25 '
of Mrs. about it. We have approxi-, I Ol(1) Milnor \
'at grapes. Eunice i, \ heretofore !!'&ued out of Automata !
have mately 25 in the I Circuit Court Bradford Count, Laundry Washer Ser. Xo W.
a good supply of growers pro- rj
Soil In the GS51260.::: Model Xo
III Conservation above sty'ed! ('aus.! I 2W !3.
-
: plants because she has have One ((1)) 15 K-k j ;
1 I. gram now.NEWS levied upon the following Extractor Ser ,
:
Xo. 24-r.<; H;'. .
property to-wit: Size 17" .'
i ____________- N-E-W-S One i j One (1) 6 Roller
YY-YYYYYYYYYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTYT (1) Hoffman Centerufu-' flat work !
; gaL Air Vaccum. Ser. Xo. 7456 ironer. I ""
TUESDAY MARCH 5th. is still need warm OF INTEREST TO COLORED By Bill Haas j j ,and. tank, 1! One (1) Unipress Topper,
< a beautiful day :'in Bradford bright sunshine to ; One (1) Safe, T. DaUm Safe" 'I i Type M. Ser. Xo. iT4963S9, }lodEl.. ...
CO nly. Thls! Tufcsday' ftert plants grow some CITIZENS OF BRADFORD I The Board of Supervisors!i & Lock Company. I 01 9-8.
COUNTY : one (1) Jsti, On* (1) L'nIpr.a.. Topper,
nal e
'aIe
: : Ticket: MARCH 1924JAX COLISEUMTickets
noon as these notes are being such weather things for the Bradford Soil Conservation Recorder. Ser. Xo. 556S2T3:! STOne Type: M, S<:r. Xo. E 496SS7, .

written: we wish that it begin to pick up : (By Elizabeth GlvenijAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAA.iAA&&A District held their reg-'!: rT, I Moiiel One ItJ9A.Unipress on Sale at Coliseum, 1145 L Adams, :
(1) Fan-Glo-Hectaire. i Legging Machine -
was 'certain that the sun in about three weeks. j ular monthly meeting in' Electric heater. Type 1H6-K-2.! !': Type GL. Ser. 4S9074 Ot at Door Before Each Performance :
p I --------AA&-A. Starke. 1, Ont- (1) Air conditioner il.-iel ;;:1.-\. '.
would continue! to shine 'all Tuesday morning Model .,
\ 1/1// /). w1nd' 'One> ((1) Unipress .
Topper
; >w-Phili-o. I
I ,
"
/t! U \\"eek.nab: Mclnttre has Just the Hampton area I Tigers and Tigerettes 2 are asked to be present Those present were Leaton One (1) Adding machine Serial Type M. Ser. Xo. E496450, Model "\,.' ,:'h"('' 18TH f"'f:;.,., ;;: ;

I :called a meeting for tonight W! H. Maxwell: parked Close Out Season ; Thursday 'night for rehearsal. Morgan Jr., Vice-Chairman., Xo. 32SUO) 101Pi'e\. 'e: .:j ) '/" .
IS"S One (I) J. C. ((1) lTnipreT ;:!' TON'.r, c fABULOUS '.. I::;" ;
Smith ,
Corona 'f
/. 1 8nd I am assuming that it is intersection of the The RJE High Tigerettes The Spring Rally will terminate serving as chairman in the : Cash register. >ue M, Ser. Xo. K496390, Model "" .. i./.t.

, 1: a meeting to plan a date to and U.S. Highways : journeyed to Tallahassee last Sunday. Each member is absence of Chairman Sam One Cl) Kenmore St wmff :llachino. I 161!'-.\. \.. 4'j'f.;, t I, YEAR! .;:"j '

bring migrant labor to harvest eral flats of week to play in the State asked to pay the amount as- McGarvey who was ,unable .to 117-959; Ser. Xo. i'il' id.::: :Model j j I! Ser.Xo.One (1)L5720357.Unipress Model legger C: li-: .;: 1 SPECTACULAR it' j

strawberries. We have a his truck. :, Class B Tournament. They ;j sessed.Mrs.. M. J. White, re- come to the meeting due to One
BC number of fields, far enough THIS<< BRADFORD runnerup position in the I porter.yTTTTTTTfTTfTTTTfTTTTI. the illness'of his wife. Others :21-15., Ser. >AC96S775: Modal ,I Type One :M.(1)Ser.Unipress Xo. E 5611S09 topper., 4 : ... fJ- f,

advanced that good harvestcan SUNSHINE is also District Tourney which was present were Lonnie Harley One (1) See-Safe Ragging Model 1221-A. :. I

be expected in the next glowing spirit into : held at RJE. and Foster Shi Smith, .mem- machine, Model C-% Ser. Xo. One (1) Uniprebs Topper,.. : \"k. ;
5614t I Type M. Ser.0.. E 5611810!! : FeatcJrlng
week and plants. N. :, At the State Tournament bcrs; 'Leon Carter and Bill .
ten pepper
or days. >ne C 1)) Excelsior offset Model 1221-A.:!:! : \ '
pressing
I "THE SLEIP/Hi/
,The majority of our fields es, at Brooker is just; I the Tigerettes downed Port Hass, Soil Conservation Ser- machine, Ser. No. 2802. One (1) Unipress Legger, /jf'.A"Jil'i'J '. BCAlITY"

the growers who has II I' St. Joe by a score of 41-30, Bayless Hiway t vice: '", Model (30011.lOne I) Dryset. Air Vacuum;i,I Model Type GL.C515-A.Ser. Xo L561SS!, .'.'('4, \: I." "H L1DAY LAND"I

plants ready to but dropped their second The board purchased a new Ser. Xo. 5T04SS. Model 6-B. j I One (1) Unipress l"rt'06 Type \ /-'l. Ihill "EGYPTIAN fANTASY"

weather has prevented j i to Peck of Fernandina,i iI By Mrs. O. E. Crosby j roto-mower and accepted the One (1) Singer E'wingIa- ',I GL Ser. Xo. L 4S9065!\ :Model C-,' \- 't I ,
2c Harvest a bigger I chine, Ser.' Xo AJ7 667.:! j j;ISlA. :: 4- 1S. \ "RHAPSODY
her of our growers .i I third to Belleview in the high bid of Dave Paulk for One <4I> Eicel.-ior Puffironl (1) Unipress Sleever > JS/ D' for WINK"/ I

'V'I misating tobacco and I I I ;i' &&AAAAAAAAA4&AAA.&A&AI, the old mower. I Ii ,,I unit. Ser. Xo. 2'42.: Model 200 :1 Unit, Ser. Xo. 5551008. Model :: \
I Sd-A.
I .I CORN crop .., soil. If plant \\ ,I The season was quite an ex- Church News I i March 8 was set as the MF.One (1)) Escelsior Puffiron'1 I i j j'I One (1) Unipress, Collar and 53.50 rows 1-17 Mar. 19-22 8:00: P.M.

permit and weather |: one, seeing new players date for the Land Judging I unit. Ser Xo. :2780. Mod* 200AS. ',. Cuff Machine. Ser. No. L489443 $2.50 rows 18-29 Mar. 23, 8:45; Matinees:

: will permit. soil '. and old ones acquire The Auxiliary of the Church Contest which will be under'.. One Adjuita-form, Ser.! !i, Model SCCYB.I $2.00 rows 30-33 Mar. 23-24, 1 P.M., S P.M.
for only pennies met last Monday i N'o. 09010, Mode) p-i. I One ((1) Unipress yoke ma-': Children under 12, half price. at S P.M. Shows, Mar. 23-24
night with
I is still mighty good J experience. Coach Har- the supervision of Paul Hut- ,' One U) Butler Pressing Machine ['rhine Type M, !Ser.'! Xo. Ei I'
I,, 44 members ,present. Interest- i Topper. Ser. Xo 570445, 561107.) Model 1S5-V-F. r
When nematodes is quite optimistic about chins and Curtis Marlow Fi
J'I
ing I M-del P-18. I One (1) Unipress Shirt presi, Ticket 'ReservationMay He Made in Jacksonville
more an acre you can do is stand season, even though .she progiams were presented FA Advisors. I One (1) Butler Pressing! Machine Ser Xo L 5S175S4 Model 37BS-

t look. (I be losing three of her key', by each department. The ladies The State land judging contest Topper. Ser. Xo. 570112. E. at the* oUseum. ALL SEATS RESERVED.
served Model P-1S. One (1)) Unipress: Shirt press. :
t If do to Coach Bradley. the : delicious refreshments will be held in Gaines-i. ; I.
you plan I on One (1) Dutl.,' PreLOtcinsfa- One (1) Bishop; layback collar -:;
for either tobacco; or hand, feels he will run at the close of the : vOle March 29 with John! chine., combination Ser. Xo former 'SIT. Xo. 46S37 ,

t our best proven I a few problems due to : meeting. I i .Herbert, extension cottewa-I !'i70i34.One( ; (Model 1) Pair P-40.Detroit Scalea, I Inff One Machine((1) t'hamller, Class 461 Button Ser.Sew Xo. !'

:. : one that goes by the left by graduating' Don't forget services :each :t i tionist, in charge. j Aerial I Xo' 9198. I 3354.One Appliance -- Radio -- Television

' 4 ; ital letters-DD. 'f Sunday morning and evening, 't Lonnie Harley is in charge'' One .(1) Hnebsch Tumbler Ii (1) Pedestal electric fan,
l'er.1ro.; !I:1S5 Ser. Xo. D 1066.
'I 1 SETTING Seniors who have played' and Prayer Meeting WednesI I. of the district speaking 'contest ,:( One (1) Kuebsch Tumbler, Qne (1) :::6" Cool "Irtttc

; PLANTS is not a I last games as RJE Tigers day night. If you don't have, : which will be 'h ldat the ,, Ser. Xo S6S49. Fan and Motor. SERVICE AT ITS BESTTrained

practice but might be : Isom Parks Edward Jon- a church of your own, you' Lions Club March 21. The ,'Filter One, (1)Cap.Bower 3000./ / Ser.Dry Cleaning Xo. 256- and One Motor.(1) <6f< Cool Air Attic Fan
'
It ty good( paying Jessie ilcCloud B. T. Mar- are invited to Bayless Hiway.i i subject of the speech is "De i I sso .' Onp (1) Platform ecalc. fake ',

Big Boy Prevatt. Big If I and Leroy [Puul Moore. Personals velopment of Res ou rc es .' Washer One (1), wooden 30x10 Dry Cleaning Triner Cap. 100 Ibs
cylinder, Ser.
One (1) National :
i BIGCFR corn d"tcn't'h3"e Electric Experts s"In Each Dept.
A1 crop enough watermelon f the Tigerettes: Betty Everyone has been wonder- Through Small Watersheds. !, Xo :22!:! 11. Adding :Machine Sel'.",Kc>. 31KN'584639. -

I ii to cost a lot nio
mane)'. Actually, it co-ws terial so that he can 1 and Floria Hudson. news lately. Well, the flu bug develop leadership through, ,Size: Onp 20"(I) Butler Dry Cleaner Xo One 3410.(1) Dtlet-to Scales, Ser. FOR QUICK.

down to only a few cents 10 acres as soon as j 1 & Elementary News ; has had all of us under the. providing for participation in'1 l' :JWasher. Per.!: No. 6K nOlO!. t One ((1) Water Softner and Gay's
m ore Th1fsh'1f\ :,, Mode 450 Size 3D];!!?!. I galvanized tank. DEPENDABLESERVICE'
acre. itmy
tI per conditions permit. : Dear Patrons: weather. We are so thankfulfor public speaking activities and One (1) Bowser! SM11. CaP. 80,1, One fl) Brine tank.
I cost you to lisc AORICO have the Charleston i Will you please attend your the beautiful sunshine and stimulating interest in con- ':I Ser. Xo. 256752 J! One (1) Large Bunker C Fuel Horne

t FOR CoR-thcirtI1ier capable and Congo varieties. meeting Monday night, wind serving our natural resources !f On. ((1) Heubseh Tumbler, OH Storag e. Tank. 1
| we are having now to : Ser. Xo 52497! Size 0s30.: Ope (i> Curtis Air Compressor CALL
p of reluming cMra TALKING ABOUT | 11, at 7:30. Mrs L.i I i dry things off. 1! There will be an area and : One (1) Cissell: \ Spotting Board. and Motor, Size 4 S-16 x 2 _

II }kid$ of bctle'r- juality! com.ou'l president; Mrs. Thel-I state contest for successful : Model AOm If l-Sx: 3 1-2:: &T. Xo. 'S5I> 5-36-39.
'Among the folks who have (I) Glover Trouser Form, :MSfflr: Allis Chalmer 2 H. P., 964-7511 1 1 .
III !jet t rcsulu sca {in after J Clark. secretary; Mrs. S. been on the sick list this!' participants later in the year. j ji 'Ser. Xo. 6103. Model I F. 3 ,pha!!e.: Ser Xo 1:':!8SK>9264- Appliances.1
Let Us
Sl'.l\on. too. The reason is Price teacher. week are Mr. and Mrs. 1 1I i The Bradford Soil Conserva-1 One ((1)) Bishop: Reversible'Twin : '; 1-972.
Cruce,
I Ben sorter, S $imple. AGIUCO is premium- This Saturday I. Mrs. Lillian Conner, Mr. and'i tion District has a water PH'II 2502, :Model R-26 items not listed above.

quality plant food, formulated SAVEYour : The American Legion Aux- 'I' Mrs. Eddie Norman. Mrs. O. I testing kit to be used to check': One (1)) Hfubsch Tumbler I As the property of the above AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR
I Ser. ::0. 17241 Size 30x10.: named defendant and that
I on
to meet the soil needs is sponsoring a banquet E. Crosby, C. C.Crosby and the condition of fish pond f: One (1) Heubsch Tumbler. I the IS day of March 1963. at Maytag. Frigidaire. Zenith

.. f S of your area, made specially! 64267'I night. March 9, in'| S. W. Whitehead, who has re- 'j water. The fish pond ,of Nel- ; Ser. No.. t'nknown.On twelve o.('}()<'k noon, on said day,
(J) American Tumbler at the South door of the Starke
: r for this particular crop.AGRICOB. RJE cafetorium at 8 0'- F turned" home from the Medi- ''son Blocker 'was checked-last-; 'Ser"Xo!:: .' 284 M2I2S70. CM, Size, Dry Cleaners & Laundry 101'3t.d GOOP( USED W'ASHER$5.OQ''ANflUP( >

I ck. The public is invited to cal Center in Gainesville. [i! week Fish grow best in pond!II S t xS& ,I II at Bat CftU Street, Sterke '. '
; COURT Tickets can be secur- water having a pH of 6.8 to ,. II L
.. ..., J Pete Yarbrough is very ill 1 I. -
I. ;;- SHOE from any member of the .| at ;: 9.5. If the pH reading is below ,
his home. There .
are many,
Please come and 6.8 ton of -
one agricultural DAys
'others
12G( North Court this gala affail'Irs.. that we don't know I lime or 'Dolomite should be J' -; I
about, but to each one we ,
Opposite Court M. Royal, president. applied for each surface acre -
wish
a rapid
CHURCH NEWS recovery. f of water. This was brought out VAG \t'1 ..

-=--.-..::- I Missionary Baptist Our community was sad- j in the discussion of fish pond
--.- I IWILLIA Prayer meeting was held at dened by the death of And management with Blocker. J' "

: usual time. The Sunday i Norman Monday night. He I, I ,

I was organized with : had been a life-long resident i BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH I i

of the community. Our j i
following new officers: deepest -i I :; 14J1

-" : ., James Carwell; teach- sympathy goes to his fam Sunday School 10 a. m-; I ,. ;',

Mrs. Jerlene Dommon, II ily.We I Morning Worship 11 a. m. :, i

: REPAIRS No.1; Miss Rosa Lee I were also saddened by I 7:30: p.m. ner. R. T. W1lI : ._/ e : 1

w T'II"S-DJ.\l\tO Class No.2; treas- the death of Ernie Souther- Evening Worship 7:00: p.m.Prayer w
Tne AMMICAN AGRICULTURAL' land I AAW& .
ChtMICAL CQMPANYDEALERS Fred Goodman: secre- II who many of us knew: meeting Wednesday; I $7 i I

All Work Betty Jean Goodman. well.. Sympathy Is also extended -i I 7:30: .m.Rev.. R. T. Williams : .' .r t. ,

: officers are asked to be I to his family. I pastor. ; :
,
,p A. C. Williams and on time. All Willard Browning is a med f 1

: D.) :M.\ Schcnck, Waldo 142 W. Call are asked to attend ical patient in Bradford County -. 1. \


: R 0. Gay, LaCrosse Starke Fla. I Sunday church services Friends Mr.Hospital.and Mrs. Fred Chitty I,! ix COUNTY JUDGES' 'COURT II I \; : '. ,- ':' '-: .
-- weekly meetings. IV AMI Foil BRADFORD \ a_ 7'
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c. ;
I -- -- .." I II always welcome at all J anti baby of Palatka are I]I CO("XTr. FLORIDA. _'% I
1 I mes. 'Weekly Prayer Service spending a few days with Mrs.I 1 I In re; Estate of # ,
I .
i Margaret Williams Davis, '
Thursday night. Trustee Chitty's mother Mrs. WilllardBrowning. : deceased .j. -L'5 : i lQ ___

: AMBULANCE will be observed on'Bun-I I MTICK TO CREDITORS
4
AU creditors of the estate of
'
Mrs. :
: I PHONE 9G L2600 March 10. All members Leroy Norman and I Margaret Williams Davis. deceased :: 0
asked to be present and i Mrs. Prattel were in Jackson- : are hereby notified and
\illp Saturd required to file any claims or ) ,
: DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home time. Rev: George Lee, y. demands "wklch they 'nll1.)' hate v, _
: -
"" : Mrs- Herelene Dom- Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones agaIn said estate in.the office ;: : : 1-
and daughter were dinner of the county judge of Bradford -_ ,
DeWilt C. Jones Registered Funeral reporter. I,Count .Florida in -tbe -'
courthouse _
A. .
f
,, ,guests of. the Eddie Normans : ,
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= Allen Chapel AME ,1 I II' at -gtare. Florid, within S. C ,
Starke, Fla. Trustee bay will be observ- t[ last Sunday. During the af- tux ralefrdar'.months from 1 _ :- ____ l., 7' I'
I' the date pf the fn! 't publication\ '
: -
!' ternoon they all visited Olus- < I
.
RENTAL SERVICES Sunday starting with Sun- of this nnth' Each claim or S.- 1
: School at 9:45 Miss Fan- tee and Lake City. ''! demand .must' be in wriUnsr and -
t Hospital Reds, Wheel Chairs. Crutches ) : i|i Several of our folks attended j t must be srn: toby the claim' ,..' : .. : ; -
Bell Frazier in charge. I -hfi his 'Attorn,, -
:into agent, or },-- .. .' 4
:- : Church will be inj I j Homecoming at Heilbronn j or 'it will become void according ..---
Sunday afternoon. I to law .
::e of the morning ser-j 1 February 5"th. US!. ,
I
j with Willie James Ran-!I Mr. and Mrs. Dickens have I Mirer S. :AspmnralU; Jr.

:: STARKE i a senior at RJE. as' returned home afterspending f Margfret Eiecytor of W01am, 'tne Estatp Davis,1 ot'' STARKE MERCHANT'SNEXT

At 6 p.m. a mission J several weeks ...iill ,their t dAAPall4'd. ,

= service will be held with f their daughter and family"in!| THOMAS & PIERCE
\
BUSINESS DIRECTORY Washington, D. C. .She and :1 Attorneys at Law .
L. A. Sampson in '
charge. i
,
!(flltIjnrth: ; Temple. Ave. ,
-.t- .. I members and friends are j! her baby came home to spend j!.Starke. 'Florida '. BIG COOPERATIVE SALES EVENT
: 1 1t I some time with her parents i Frt! i ubhcatioa on February'
1 AJTOREPALISEarl's ,AUTO SERVICE I to attend. !8. 19*J. '
1
while her is in
husband Okinawa. ,
i t At 3 p.m. the junior choir!' I !-!s 4t 3.1 ., : 1.
-
Garage hold their anniversary: i" .
Starke'sCities I I Glenn Stanley and son of NOTICE
ALL ENDS OF various choirs of the city! Jacksonville attended ,I NOTICE IS:; HEREBY GIVEN -
i church
This to :}t I THAT I. JAMES-MAURICE ED-
promises j -
2 AtJTO RfJTAIB WORK ( Service j!' |t Services here last Suhday and :>1 I, WARDS. JR, who ""aft convicted -
All Work Guaranteed a wonderful affair. All pa-! were dinner guests of the: in th*, Federal Onrt Southern COMING UP
'
I J. C. Gardener j
I jEvery are asked to come and : nistrfot' of Florida Jacksonville -
JT : '
Phone 96 -9U Mechanical Fiord Crosbys. i|. Florida, at the Feb. U.
children. 'I .
your I term' thereof Xt 16O. of
19.0 ;
Mr.and Mrs. Lloyd
Padgett
: (U. Wtlaut Start i .
General
!j Repairs I The District Conference of the offense ot"Violation'er In-
are working on their new I'.ternal Revenn Liquor L.wf, MARCH
AUTO. SERVICE ,, Transmissions i j i 'Lake City District will be home and will be 'Iea i'\to and sentenced therefor to three .' 14-15-16 .

+4 Cities Service !'! at Mt. Pisgah AME move in soon if they can have I'I C3) par!! 1trob .tIan.. will aply .

": G bert S. Brown TIKES .\ : i i Lincoln City with some 'nlce weather. -. -' ,. '

TStind&rd Oil) Scrrfra SUtlonJ -705. N. Temple j I J. A. Grimmage as host Best wishes to Miss Gayle
PHONE 961-9911( The local program will '
I I Reddish who will, be leaving
ATLAS j jI I held Thursday night dur- soon for South America, where I More Fun Than "A fSIflEW141h1
TIRES & BATTESIEa LANDSCAPINGWE'SPECIALZE the. Conference, March J
I she ,will serve as a foreign
:Budget Terms Road 8enrlc j l I I
f missionary. Good luck and "

I -- "Phon'9M7071! Junior Church meeting mil i God bless you, Gayle. Miss Barrell! Of Monkies"

M 407 N T r pie. Stark : LANDSCAPING held each Monday at 5 p. Reddish is the daughter of

= I Private and Girl S&>Ut meeting each Mr. and Mrs. Rodman Red- .
Dodd's Service &
3 p.m. at RJE. All dish. r

= Auto Sales Property interested in joining the f'I Miss Mary Weber and bro- '
j j| Also evpert tree relUO"f I WATCH FOR COMPLETE DETAIL'S3 i 1
'I Scouts may contact Mrs.,| ther of Jacksonville were ASK FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION .
: Bambler S&I s & Serrlc Trimming.
:
i G. Walker at 730 Pine St. i weekend guests of their uncle '
:. GENERAL REPAIRING Your Satisfaction telephone 964-7142 for in- and aunt the Raymond Cros- Command 'Gravely Power IN NEXT WEEK'S TRI-COUNTY I

= InternatioruLl LifeticM Terry's Saw Shop
Tri CountyDevelopment bys.Friends |
Mufflers I Bethel Baptist Church of Charles Cribbs I SHOPPER AND BRADFORD \ ,. -

.- FIRESTONE: Sunday School 9:30.: Morn-. will! be glad to hear that he :I;; No.2. ,

: T1ru. Batteries Ate'sertes I Worship, 11 a. m. BTU has been released from the I 2022 N. :IL: 23rd.Blvd: I r S COUNTY TELEGRAPH

52S 8. .Walnut 9J4-SJ81 Lake Butler IIY ,'! p.m. Evening Worship. 7 I hospital in Winter Haven. i Gainesville Phone 372-358
-- p.m. All members of Choir No.j i Mrs. C. A. Crosby has been : .
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TIIITRSDAY.MARCII7, BRADFORD COUNTY nEG' A STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE F1V ,
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J JI I I I'dst -J I\\ney. Florida and ('"nurt of !""' 'df'd '','unn. Flor-
I ; 55 53 Over Lake CityPerry Diamond liameS TermedValuable Forsyth Forfeits'I run in .a ;::outherlv direction ida. \\ :r! on the Jill th d4y of
1 Moody along the East boundary of Maicli. iS'*;, d'u'.IIj,4" ,titlegll
To .
', Noegel i Lot fifteen (IS) One hundredMxty Iu>urs of 1ak! at ilie! main door
f1 OliO Oft to the Pointof of tl-> ''''ut lionof KiadfordConutv ,
\ :Sundown League : Beginning; then run Westerly Jo'tnrida in the City of
CagersWin ,set S Friday j Asset and parrallfl with Lake Starkr. Morida offer fur sale
Avenue one hundred ((100)) and tell lit publk outcry to'thehiphcM
P'-'i P\Ilml\hur frvfait : fwt; thence in a NortheriJ'dir : and best bidder for
I .4 ? 1-.. C ..1 and angles to cash thf following described
II -- ----- "r in ; UoQ right
\ Against GUS ; .:t To BHS Cagers 4'-- n..a 'pJ T A* vl... Lake Avenue sixty (t>0) feet ,' property tuuated in Bradford;
ni thence in an Easterly direction County, Florida. io-wit-
: run
txr Area TitlePerry's ... ... .,
: / ; '- 1i -_ ft. 'vi.. ..... and parallel with i' Begin at the South East Corner -

,1-%,,, TT.. ,, ".._'" "' ,, 1.I,1. 1 Lake Avenue one hundred i of the South Half .of
iiiIQ1 Bradford High "' --=-z.l1ers. 1 "Bobby can do more things';' +._-..... ..--',, I.v.t. fry* "I\QI1/ i (100) feet: thence run in a':: the Southeast Quarter of VheMKithPam
frustrated. by ''haylu i spendas i with a basketball than prob- southerly direction and at Quartrr ot fceNoth6A
pre-tournament consistently with neither team ) 4'I ,, nnn .j.jI right angles to Lake A\'nue' ltl Quarter of Se('tfl
darkhors cagers moved into acle to muster a ,safe margin. much time repairing a wet I ii ably anyone on the team, "__'_ C-4-r.. .....4..n... I. along East boundary of !hIt : :2!: Township 6 South Haflfce

i i; the limelight here Saturday Perry led by nine points at,; feld$! as in practicing! are preparing iip 3 ; Bradford High Cage Mentor !i Th.u_ .......... .... ...,...._ "._" fifteen (15) to the Point of 21 Kai-t: Bradford County,
I I the lead was this yreek for their : : Erwin Land says of his JUnior ." einning and being in Lut i j thee eontinu..tlt a dUtunre -
jcr night when they captured the one time but ___- _.t .5--1__ ,. .. ""U.y fifteen (IS) Otfn Subdivision j or 150 feet to a "point
! Class"A District 2 basketball ; quickly erased. The Bulldogs t first contest 'against Gainesville : guard Robert [Bobby] _, .. I
. 1 : .1"I:"" --' .". East Lawtey, Florida. thence run :North: a diftajc*
c championship on a last-sec- I were superb in the clutch,1' High School to be playedon : Moody.. "'.__'- _11_ ..---....., n..., qAi I pursuant *o the Final Decree of'' of 1UO) feet to a point thee;
Bradford Reid Friday af- Although the fastest man on i Foreclosure: entered in a case; run Hast a distance! of,,* O
ond Lamb they I .. .. .
field goal by Walt ( however as sta.Ue1it'for i .. .
miff'41I
. the
style
I Il -- the :I i pending in said Court feet to a point; tlwnce .4jfl
I that defeated powerful Lake 1::15 seconds in the final min- ternoon. the team and probably : n..t,....,. n; fe.. ....,...... I II of which is id-States Homes. South a distance of IOU .tiet

rai I! City 55 53. i utes of the tourney and 'playI I Coach Charles Lyles' first most aggressive with a bas I i ..,_-__._.... f".... 1.-.. ......;...... +' ......:' Inc. a Florida corporation I to the point of beginntiig
Rated the dark- I ed for one shot to win. ',It I II game 1i e-up will include: i ketball, Bobby has been sixth ,_ .. .._. Plaintiff \s. Lester K. Ran- : Said land being locatedin
A liti pre-tourney I .- -- .I. t I.-h. .T.._... 'Ti._ and Willie Mae Randolph, !. Bradford County Ftoridsf
the Bulldogs used paid off as Lamb dumped his such veteran stars.as pitcher- ;-- j man on the squad most of I .. .. ... dolph I Ii .....
i, S horse I BItS baseball mfj"tor" Charles Lyle gives instructions to I i 11 .t \0\0 : RAOTl : his wife. Defendants, and the i pursuant to the Final Dt crForeclosure

hustle and the uncanny jump jump shot with only four,seconds first 'baseman Ken: Terrell, the seven molit oat ,for this year's squad. Front row: (I-I') this season playing behind 4'.... 't),...,;,..._... 1\.T..'_. 'T1t.tt.t I i docket number of which\ is No. : \ entered in a "
Lamb and little 1 left. in the contest. pitcher Bill, Jackson catcher! Captain Chuck Moore and I: ..__ .. I 13-151. i pending in said Court the sh l
..
of ,
shooting
itJ I Ii ,
J 'Ii Fred Wlnfeier, Marshall Starlb.g, Bill Jackson, and Ken Ter-i: Richard Hobbs. another ball ltfttt -- -\0.1 i'I q I WITNESS my hand and the I II of which is ilid-Stat Inveot-
to eliminate the Lamb, a 5-11 Junior, led Marty Starling,* and third .... .. .. .... .
Bobby Engel relL Back :'( i 't.yh "''A ...-"' ... ... thll !I official seal of said Court, this ;,, ment Corporation a FlorIdat'orpOratiofl.
defending champion Tigers. !' the scoring' with 18 points, i iI I i baseman Gary Kouba but that II j i row pary"Kouba, Johnny'l\lel''er, and Veaiy Walk i i, handling wizard. I -- ..._._.I-- T _- ......._,.1'' 2Sth day of February, 1963. '!1! Plaintiff, vs Frank

.. The l e.d'sw1tched hands I chiefly from the right.corner- I experience will l he offset by i er. Four of thfc 8e"en.' Kouba Starling. Jackson. and Terrell. But Coach Land says of the I I,4 .. 4c ,._....;".. f".. "fny i i, (COURT SEAL) I II 1.i E. Fir and Eva R. .the'1"1'hiB docket -
I the presence of at least four I are returning lettermen and should see action against GUS i 1 speedy guard "If we ever get CHARLES A. DAUBY I I wife Defendants and
\\" I I 0..0"'... 'llw4 A..f*"...4 ,., Clerk Circuit Court number of which i is Xo 13152. -
1 or five untried players hi key i I in their first Friday afternoon. to where we can run he [Bobby N. Carter .
game .
r 'IT? A..... co,..,..,.. ",... .flbTUV An By: Janet I
( ',positions Friday includingtwo ........ ...., ,.... Deputy Clerk:;I I WITNESS:; my hand and theI
ai "' .i. "" 'tr"'Ii hvia I Court,
three freshmen.i i to send _them off to a new the conference and district Harry M. Hobbs official seal of said this
..1u or '.;."h ......:.... 4.... P- t'PmJn Attorney for Plaintiff : 2Sth day February 1't\:1.! \:
WORK-SAVING STARCH : The Tornadoes won only start this season. The Torna- tournaments. .. ...... 1 COURT SEAL*
C ; '"' ... ,, YO... "',.J ., 01 I-fl. I 211 Jackson: (
*. 1" eight games 1 last year against I does this year .will play only ,: Starke's second contest is ..;_.. '0-".... _, ....1\,1 ., "n i Tampa :2!, Florida CHARLES A. IiXUBl
dozen, regular eight,:, scheduled for next Monday. I Clerk Circuit Court
a.i: I 14 losses and will be looking a games ...tb.h ..__ ....-... '..- ..,.. ",, "n 13-7 By: Janet N .'art.r
GIVES YOUR IRONG.LJ.D.J.Jl.G for a win over powerful GHS I less than lastyeax, besides"l March 11, against Macclenny. Deputitet. 'k
cSt > t I 11, ,. 'D ',-+ \.... .rvL.. +,,"' .. I OTirr. OF FOHECLOMHKH41.K i, M. Hobbs

IES i Engel, the shortest performer :Starke Utilities ...I..I IIv'.la fey'... Tit'wThu I R'' CLERK rOI'HT OF CIRIT I Attorney Harry for Plaintiff
I ( |
in the tournament at 5-3, I: T!..; .... '0_.,.... '_."..Hf...+ :'\NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN'I 511 Jackit'fl

POWER contributed 14 points on 20 Wins 4 Points 1- 4..I. u.......,. "' 1"\..., ..... hCl hntiT. t I I that the under lgn.'d. Tharles Tampa i:. Flor-da

J jump' shots. With Fine Play ......;.... .... -"I..... Y-4A_ ,,f 41)1\\. 1 A. Darbv. Clerk of the Circuit 3.: It .

Spelt! taertilutlBdn,4intfi} "*lkkj treriIJI"pI".tJ \ __ Perry 'commanded' a slight : 4 ',-I '" .".. "" "f'.a ;OY'" ",,_ j"

1 jiltdwing-Buku promts iconh-! siirot I 22-20, halftfcne }fa.d. A mild Starke Utilities turned in its. .-bv ... 4... c. .. 'II' R. T1 "'.,+.....11QtJI Motors

third period: by' Perry kt h finest performance in several ,,_ U'".. 7 o"t P Terwillegar

l I ,, Lake City iryive\ ,:out in front':' \ weeks and, sparked by the S. S. NaPg''l'! 45 19

2 at the end :'ot 'the" penod 37- ,' ( all-out efforts of L. Mann, Register Oil Co. 41 23 1959 Ford 6Pass. :

Starch 30.Lamb stopped Tom's Shell cold by Carps Dent. Store 35 29 .

and Engel. headed the U1oV5The : taking all four points in the P\'rofax Gas Co 34 30 Country Sedan '

1 I All-Tournament) selected 'i Men's Commercial League. 'M: & R Motors 32 32 II I

4 by writers covering the covered dish supper'i': Draw Tite, in rolling a. D & W Auto Sup 31 33 V-8, Fordomatic Radio I

meet. The all-star line-up Ii scheduled for last.Sunday evening team high series of 2209,' !impson Taxi ::10 34 and Heater :

I IIt *, also in lude4' Lake City's : wad called off due to ad- took three and dropped one SimSln TJ\i 30 34 I

I -__ George McColskey, Brant verseweather .conditions. Not in its match with Community Buffs Garae 28 36 I

Houston. and. Tommy West; I, knowing what kind of weather -, Bank. Forsvth Plumbing 28 36 $1295.00A

Bishop Kenny's Rick Zambet- to expect these days creates -, Russ's Place while posing Long Bridge 16 48
I tt; Bailee: Bill Hunter ; !! a ;problem for a few I: no serious threat to the first
1 ;
Starke's Chuck Moore; Oreen people who have to borrow!> division, managed to win one --1

Cove's .Bob Bradley and Palatka's and haul tables out from"I point from Terwillegar Motors, r- p NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN _
that
: th4 undersigned, deeiring to /
,0 Johnny Brock.Friday's .town....M soon as we have the : who took the other three engage In business under the fictitious -
] will be the man to make
I Semi-finals new tables it will simplify the ; points. name of SOUTHERNMARrNK

t : A fight involving players planning of parties etc. The The cellar-dwelling Food the fast break go. The fans 41! East &Call TELEVISION Street, in the at _

14'sOJIOCERY I and a fan highlighted the Fri-, committee of the Ladies Go!! Fair team came to life and will see a lot more of him next (''tv: of tarkf', Florida, intendsto ,

i BUC : day night .semi-final round. Association to purchase the i took three of four from 0'- year." register the said name with i
.
: I : the Clerk of the Circuit Court tS
Perry knocked off Bishop tables at work, shouldn't Connor tS1W\S\
is so Real Estate. In rolling With the team's losing 11- of Bradford County. Florida. :
:
I Kenny of Jacksonville in an be much longer. I a high game of 782, Food lYNN D HAMILTON I II

: overtime contest 56-51, when This Sunday a chipping i Fair bettered their previous 14 record, Moody has been : THOMAS" :North&. PIERCEO3O5 Temple Ave

: the fight broke out. A Kenny contest will .be held, with I high.gaine by 51 pins. playing more and more lately 'tnrke, Florida.
is & MARKETHalf ; player. Tommy' Brennan. ,was I ".-7 4t 358OTICK Remember That Special Occasion With (
proceeds going to the Heart Noegel's Auto Sales produced -: as Land experimented with his I I
I
:struck during the 'fray and Fund. Another Sunday event a season high game of 825, younger players. The plucky I: I:

Mile North Of City Limit -U; S. ,30* i,had to tit out the 'final few will be an Inter-Club match but could manage no better guard will doubt action; \ op f'Onr.CLOSt'RE I' FLOWERS from i 1
no
I I'' see !SALE BV CLERK OP CIH-
seconds of the overtime.
r i Ifor mri with Keystone than an even split with Starke 1 CUT COURT I'
\ in the District Tournament .
: Lake. City advanced to the Heights, teeing off around 1 t Telephone Co. Gem Jewelry i NOTICK 1C HEREBY GIVEN .,, I '
OPEN 7 DAYS--7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. :I final round with a 43-38 win p.m. Entrance fee is $1. also bowled a season high this week if Starke lasts long that the undersigned, Charles

lover Green Cove Springs ear- Of interest to budding golfers of 786 but : in it. \. Darby, Clerk of the Circuit COLONIAL FLORIStStarke's :
game provided no : i
Court of Bradford County Flor-
SALES PRICES GOOD THURS FRI. SAT. '
i lier Friday night: Brant Houston .
I is the announcement by to the :
I II competition powerful ; Moody says his best game ida, will on the 18th day of. ,
AND SUN. ONLY I f led his Tiger teammates Pro Homer Woods that free. Starke Motor Parts team this year was in the Christmas I March 1963. during the legal 'I -c and only :
Florist
in scoring with 19 to advancethe i hours of bale, at the main door! Oldest
I instruction for boys and girls, which won all four points. ,
Tournament which the I of the court House of Bradford I t .
I Tigers. The ,lead changed age 7-12, will be given, each Hot ,Shots this week are: Tornadoes won over Live Oak. County Florida, In the City of F. T. D. Member. ,
hands tour times In. the final) Thursday afternoon from 3:30: Season ,high game and series, Bobby entered the championship Starke, Florida, after for sale I "rios'

i period. Jay Goolsby and.Tommy to 4:30: Those from 12. through R., Pavis, 207-492; B. Neal, : contest in the second and the highest sell at and public beat bidder outcry for to I I :
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SUNNYLAND SPECIAL! I Clark'ea h had 11 :points! .high school age will" be given 168-475: J Nettles FLOWERS WIRED ANYWHEREWORLDWIDfPhone
;. : 173-446; I quarter and supplied the fire cash the following described I II 506 E. Nona SI. !
; in a losing. cause for Green free instruction from 4:30 to H. Guertin. 150-382; H. Bis- and drive with his aggressiveball I property situated in BradfordCounty. 964-6291. I
Cove. 5:30 each So boys I Florida. to-wit: I"I"I DOT BAGWELL, Manager :
Thursday. ,
I hop, 171-421; J. Wells, 200- handling and hustle to Commencing at the Northeast '
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS LARD SALE The Blue Devils came back and girls, here's your chance ; spark his team to win. I corner of the Lot fifteen ; I
I 511.High
Saturday night in the consolation to learn the great game of game only: J. Valinski (15) in Ott's Subdivision, ,
Proud of his status the j
IT WILL NOT BE REPEATED! i on
game and outlasted golf J Free instruction for ladies 194; R Borchardt, 204; J.Bowen. .I team as a ball handling guard, I I Gas Genie says: : t
Bishop Kenny 38-34 in a low continues, of course,
225: T. Cason, 181; R. I Moody san he would rather .
scoring contest which Kenny each Thursday at 10 a.m. for, Cason 178; B.. McRae, 204; DOWLING
:, pass the ball inside for a turn to :
SUNNYLAND PURE LARD ; played without the services of the next eight weeks. A. Winkler. 201 j
teammate to take a close shot MKT.
PRODUCE
i Barry Geraghty who was Injured At the last Ladies Golf High series only: L. Mann. I than to make two points hIm- I ,

HALF GALLON39c I in Friday's free-for-all. Assn. meeting several new 434; J. Van Koolbergen. 390; I I self. When he does shoot:, East of WinnDixieCUCUMBERS MODERN
Perry capitalized on seven committees were appointed. f
H. Meyer 537; J. Faulk, 502.I however and his point average -
points Friday in overtime The nominating committee Standings Won Lost

play to down Bishop Kenny. consists of Chairman Dot Starks Mtr Pts.. 45 15 per game is up to par for ;
4-LB. BUCKET69c8LB. a guard who concentrates Oc Each
I on ;
Both teams battled ,throughout Sheppard, Jean Thomas, and Tom's Shell . 39 21 i feeding the ball to others, his LIVING
the contest for the lead Mary Humphries.- committee .
I Koegel's Auto . 37 23 I favorite shot is a jumper from
BUCKET----1.29 j and Perry came from behind was also appointed to decorate Terwillegar . ,34. :26O'Connor the foul line. POD OF with

in the final period to tie it up the locker room. Dot .,' . ,34 26 I
"I shoot that shot most PEPPEREach
at 49-49 and force of
I 'Kenny Powell is chairman, with Nor- Community Bank 30

1 GAL. SQUARE JAR S9' I into an overtime. VIe Zambet- ma 'Jean Adams, Gertie Mc- Draw Tite . 30.29 31 | the time when I get a chance," NATURAL GASYou

I tl and Barry -Geraghty with Rae, and Bernice Epps as City of Starke 26 34 1 i 1 Bobby says, "Coach Land tells" 3c
111 were high for Kenny while us to shoot if we are clear.
SUNNYLAND members. Starke Telephone 25 35 carefree life today when you have
i modern
"Wh
1 lead
I n play. though. my can a
i Bobby'Engel -ad,20, and Walt .
.. LB . I Lamb 19 for Perry. Gem Jewelry .0' 24 36Russ's : main objective is to set upshots Natural Gas doing your work It's so much faster, cleaner
PICNICS 29C D & W Auto Leads 19 41
I Starke lost to Lake ,City .. : rather than to make and more economical. Switch today you'll be glad
Food Fair . 18 42
SUNNYLAND ALL MEAT I i early in tournament in a 58-40. Twilight League j 1 them myself. You get Just as:7010\.95 you did.
f( defeat Thursday night. Jim much credit for setting up a .
Steno Notebook. Steno
BOLOWA"LB49 1 Witt was high for the Tigers .Murrhee's Insurance took Ko.rect Type. :J play and you feel just as goodas : STARKE NATURAL GAS

: I with 17 points while Chuck I four points from Triest's TypewriterPens the guy who gets the two' 666
964-1301
I Typing Paper Erasers. Je CITY HALL PHONE
points, insists. 1
Bobby
Construction in the Ladies
SUNNI LAND ALL )JEA T' Moore had 14 and John Wil I Ribbons. The TELEGRAPH.
hauls 11 for Starke.B Twilight league vii h Georgia I
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WEIHERS LB . 49' .Wolfe, high .series of 484 "1. ,'-- >-,-'-'..,, --,', /- -_-_-- -", /'- 0--.'---.c'_ -'- .-' ___ -'- ..,"-. .,. /-"_ "..-"' .,-n.___,.".-.__., -'_--"'IP -t -y--- -

for the 'wumers. Bettie Sprow I
&G Takes
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I led Triest with1 a 507 series. S __

BREAKFAST 2nd,Place InWednesday D '&. W Auto Supply paced ___

SAUSAGE. 3 Ibs. roll ... $1.00 : BowlingB by Joyce War 's high series ___ ( I
\ H'
'Notice
,of 544, took four points from -.- ___

SMOKED I.INKSAUSAGE & G' Tru k Stop came : Williams, Jewelry, Frances ,
Taylor.[subbing for Alice Mur-
3 Ibs. . $l.OO from seventh' to second plac: riieel had"high series of .482t _
in the Wednesday :'Night Mixed
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SLICED ,League ,by 'taking four t i Williams-- 1 J WE WOULD LIKE TO SERVE YOU
,I' Gateway Chevrolet took] iT Ii

BACON .. 1 Ib. pkg. . '. 39s. games from .Wilkler :Electric. i. three points from Wells Electric ->
Bob Drake ted, the winners
.. with a 192 game while E. A. with Mart Jarvis rolling l The .undersigned-believing that you, the public,

MILK .. 3 tall cans . .. 39c Winkler' topped the losers witha J.:high game series of 204 of for 494 the and winners.high deserve the very best, herewith makes

Take Your Choice 172. -
Julia Wells had high series .
Limit fi Cans With '$5.00 Food Order Town Finance ,remained in c.Wells/
of 419 lor
SPECIAL OFFER
first placeby taking: ,three '
Standinjos"fon Lost L
games from Draw'rite..George _
JIM DANDY ill. &: 'W, Auto34 14 [
C Simpson roUed a .165 game Gateway Chev.... .30 '18 t If at any time during Marchcu wi=h to install a gas service of

GRITS-- tor the winners while Marilyn i".dlt6..Co t. 4...... 25 23 1 unsurpassed quality and dependabilityPyrofax ,-
Firth led' Draw Tit with a I
IBS. I
j 'We11!Electric .23 25

CABIN HOME 160. t pMurfhee 'Ini. .-. K 32 .
I Starke Police De.pt. scored t F-
I II Williams:Jewelry! ..16 32 Gas
over Gariiner's Cities Service _
MEAL. -
by' taking .tthree ;games with t- -_ -_-

Rudobh Hutcheson bowling Fair AssociationTo I IN FLORIDA

487 for' the', winners. Frank Name Officers
ROYAL LONG GRAIN .Janis.was high for the losers BEER IS A NATURALAs i we will be most happy to do this work for you -

R ICE -' 5 Ihs . '. 59c with 168.Naegel's. I 'Ne.w officers for the Brad-i

; : 301! led fcy Claries ,ford County Fair Association natural as the wholesome grains and tangy hops from AT NO CHARGE!

CORNED BEEF .. no limit can 39c 1. Schaefer' with 165 game. f'twin te elected at -theannual which/ it is brewed, beer is Florida's traditional beverage of

I won out'jpver Coca-Cola by meeting to. be. held" -Friday at,, moderation-..light,'sparkling delicious. You will also find our gas prices to be most reasonable.FOR .
'
.. taking :four -fames.-- Army I the new fair buildings. I IJ
GA RED 1 Armstrong led the losers with The"-business, ,eJS10n"m bej) And--naturally, Florida's Brewing Industry-proud to be a
major.purchaser.of Florida! products and raw materials. For
,
TOMATOES .. 8 cans .'. .' 1.00 wa.Standings. (preceded by,a.'fish fry starting:| FULL INFORMATION PYROFAX
example the is for millions of
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Brewing Industry responsible
Won Lit :at 6:3ji: X dni1on 'to th ., rlslij J (i KINDLY PHONE US TODAY AT
-. dollars paid annuafl to Florida farmers:' for putpwood to be'!
BLUE PLATE '. :. Town !Finance: ... ,,1Q ,2 : fry will 'be by 1$53 miraber-l 1! ,made i into cardboard boxes and cartons. Millions more are DAY-964-8091 GAS SERVICE I

,SALAD 'QRESSING qt. > l.39c B..& GJ. ., ,* .-.4Pojic !*SiliP" eafd Iff'the TfcirAssoaai for other Florida materials and In AFTER HOURS-96M792
-' : ( ., : ;t4i.. Nor .rd! will be af&fl-i spent. services. Florida. 220 N. TEMPLE AVE.

: ) Sept, . 7. .5 i i able' te. ,.g le for a.tee of $1.4 beer belongs. ...enjoy it. I

: Gardner's .*. ....6, 6 '
BABY LIMA or PINTO ,.. .\ : ? f TRE'mdtrr POINT for i*.t f Complete Line Of Gas Appliances I IF
: Draw Tit? .'. .. -.f 6 : UNTp( STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION INC.

BEANS .. 3/ lb. pkg. ,- ...1 ,. 59c. ,.'Noegers'Winkler 301. ...,.'.Mt': ,.,.4' 4 4 8CocaCola 8 'jwaj tote*.w. ysor;'write.'jmrtto Gnat, KSTHUj ta a4!| FLORIDA DIVISION I F At The Fairest Prices In Town

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,1i PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA TOT5BSDAY. MARCH 7. 1963
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the 15th the date which -
Fiscal AgentsTo -i I Starke FFAChapter
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City Bonds and the I 5th At TampaThe


w Continued Irom Page One] trance : Starke FFA chapter, advised 20 Words or less, one time ____ .85 Memorials, solnttoni Be per won

ment If not paid in advance _ 1.09 Cards of Thanks to 51 words %. t
mitted a partial bid of $14- by Curtis Marlowe, plac- up

977, side of I ed fifth in dairy cattle judgingin Keyed or Blind Ads _ LOO Over 50 words...__ -' .. 6c per wore

The bids are being studied 15. competition with 154 other Each additional word over 20 03 Display ads hi ClaMified 1.50 per Incft

It by the city's engineers, Rey-I In : ETA judging teams at tne

,/ OPat nolds. Smith and Hills of Tampa State Fair last month. INSURANCEAT _Mis.,Lydia Johns

Jacksonville and the firm's\ Road Being< among the top 10 AUTO REDUCED FIRE RATES BOAT!;: FOR SALE Apprpx.: 2 acreson

recommendation on the equip- if they teams won the chapter an DOYLE E. CONNER'. graded road on 301 North
cra ment and installation will be I for opportunity to compete ir INSURANCE AGENCY I by Baldwin's store. Cash or

crI heard at the next regular J. Gainesville at the un.v rsitylof : Phone 964-4501 i monthly basis. Phone 964-

I meeting of the board. city Florida on March 23 when I tfehg.I. 8052._, __ itp

Mayor Randal Chitty told I the 10 teams will vie to see FOR SALE-2 bedroom fram- Read The Classifieds! FOR SALE- One lHP Frigi.

;. asli the council that if all goes as the which one will represent Florida ed house to be moved. Anton IF YOUR NAME IS daire 220 volt Air Conditioner.

scheduled the new additionto had at the National Dairy Con, Zacek, Hampton Junction.2tp fair condition and one 2-
M the city hall should be i iI: in at gress in Waterloo, Iowa this 3-14 FOUND AMONG\ THE HP 220 volt Gibson Air Conditioner .

ready for occupancy by March I'! per TAKE UP PAYMENTS on a CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL excellent condition.
tora cided -1 year.Members beautiful Stero AT THE TELEGRAPH Both .for $75.-F. R. Carra-
15 and that the police shouli I of tha Starke judg- Player at Dah-
be moved into it by that date. ; ment- ing team were Rona: Williams mer's Discount House. Phone OFFICE FOR A FREE dine. Lawtey. ItN'D'RS'ERY
I
raw Acting on that informationthe board and George Martin. two juniors 969-1771. 4tchg 3-28 : WORKERS needed -
TICKET TO TilE FLORI-
I council immediately set I and Ray Williams, a fresh- FOR RENT- New 2 bedroom / Apply at office Blair'3

reation Director Bu1d' EUiot man. house on New Blanding Rd. DA THEATRE. Nurseries', Macclenny, Fla.

I with a handmade scroll signed Electric stove, refrigerator 3 tchg 3-7
HAVE ONE 17 in. and one _
I a! I by members of the club in appreciation hot water heater and soft Water 21 in. TV sets that can 'be EL. A. GRAINGER, Spreader

of Elliot's serviceto Mrs. Sapp, 96, furnished. $45 per mo. had for taking up paymentsat Service -, Chicken fertilizer

q them. Elliot has resignedhis Phone 969-1543.- 2tp 3-14- Dahmer's Discount House, lo r. ,sale. Hauled and spread.

a? 1962 post here to move tc Fort Final Rites FOR SALE- Used brick. Con- 112 E. Call St. 4tchg 3-28 Lime also. Phone 684-5433.
: : tact Jimmie Cole 603 W. Grandfa Fla. 8tp 4-18
: I
i similar

Walton Beach to a po W. W. Hood _

I 4H 'I sition. Set For FridayMrs. I Francis St. Up FOR SALE- Pet skunk 8 1-2 We -&pecl\ lize in all types

FALCON : i I[Insurance Problems? months old. If interested, contact roofing, remodeling, repairs

CI : Co. Commission Susan Elizabeth Call The :Man From Mrs. Nancy Cassels, 517 and1 ?oof painting. No money
'I: 96 died Wednesday sapP'I'[ "TRAVEL1RS"George Edwards Road. 2tp 3-U down-< free estimates. J. B.

Fordomatic, Radio Ponders Hiring the home of her daughter. E. LaRue. FOR RENTDownstairs,2 Weeks ,Roofing Co. Jacksonville -

Heater Mrs. S. K. Jackson, in Gainesville Keystone Heights Agt. ForttTra'elers bedroom, 2 bath furnished-a- a- 'Fla. Telephone PO 8-
$ 1 with whom she resid Ins. Companies"Tel. partment. Mrs. J. W. Kincald' '7037.' 7tp eWANTED' -,
Clean! One Local Continued From Page 8] 473-4692 Phone 969-1491. tfcHg _
Day,
-26 inch Girls bi-
: Owner divided with the Charley ed.A native of Bradford County 473-4325 Nites. I I FOR SALE-PlyWood fiahm| cytfle. Any condition.! ,Call 964-

3Q Johns Agency. An investiga- Mrs. Sapp was born Oct. Auto Fire Home Business boat and trailer. See at' 637 069... Bonny Tenly._Itp
North Walnut St. itti
tion by the board revealed that 26, 1866 the daughter of the Monthly Payment Plan POE SALE- Used refrigerator. -
'
ia ii TERWILLEGAR compensation Insurance. un- late Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Available Leo Champion Inquire at Shuford's Ser

1 : der state regulation, wouldbe Crosby. She had lived in tfchg. WANTED Handyman at vic ', Station Lawtey._ltp

: the same no matter which Gainesville for the past 17 Poultry farm. Room board FOR SALE 12'x18' Duratfyl' --
p I insurance company handled it. years. Her husband the late FOR SALE Completely fur- and small salary. Foster Hayes .lilac carpe .. Like new
Scholl county Leonard L. died in 1917. nished 3 bedroom frame Rt. 1 Hampton Phone
b Mrs. C. L. Sapp 4995. LaRue Corporation,
I -w:i I .. director of Civil Defense displayed Besides Mrs. Jackson she is house. 2 blocks from shop- Waldo 468-1155. 3tp 3-14 4bO"() West Madison St. Phone
Geiger Counters obtained survived by three other daugh- ping. 615 W. Lafayette St. SPRING IS COMING. Hav"your 9S4-8641.' Itch

v.t I_ by her office and said ters. Mrs. H. C. Edwards. tfchg Lawn Mower marp ned. .-.'
Calvin Johns Phone 964-1441. FOR SALE-Used restaurant
they would be distributed to Gainesville; Mrs. Maude Hess, FOR RENT-2 bedroom unfurnished ,
tfchg equipment complete. Cash regiSter -
Bank Financing the various communities in and Mrs. Sarah Alvarez, both garage apartment adding machine. gas

.. Rates '63 Cars I I the county as soon as units of Starke; three sons Ellery $45 per mo. Close in. 446 W. FOR RENT Furnished a- floor heater 600x16 tires, tubes -

s on I are trained to use them. and G. L. Sapp,both of Starke, Madison St. Phone 964-1841. partment. Lights and water' ; Ford Transmission, Rearend

t and Wm. E. Sapp. Gainesville.Also 3 tchg 3-14 furnished $45 per mo. Mrs; gasoline air compressor,

e P : Legion To Meet surviving are 26 grand- FOR SALE -Argentine Ba- C. Y. Kirchaine 514 S. Ep gasoline. Battery Charger, 10

children, 46 great-grandchild- hia seed. 75s lb. High germina- person St. tfchg bpv Johnson. tank. tin roof-
r N I Tuesday Night ren and two great-great- tion. Lucian Conner. 4tchg3-7 ing 11x38 and, 10x24 Tractor

oegel grandchildren. FOR SALE2 br. concrete FOR SALE tires, .Galvanized, chicken
For CeremoniesPast ,nests water, troughs 3 point
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I I Funeral services will be heldat block home In walking distance -
Owner plow All cheap. Write Mrs.
3 in Northside of shoDpine: area and By
Friday
g I Commander's night p.m. churches. Furnished or un Q.'T. Koonce, P. O- Box 163,

1I WE FINANCE I, and the American Legion Baptist Church near Hell- furnished. Ouiet. large'lot, 19!} 3 Bedroom House on Starke. ttptQR
birthday: anniversary will be bronn Springs. Officiating trees. Call 969-2845. tfchg
Kingsley Lake, 1/ Baths, SALE- 1954 model OM-
ministers will be Rev. R. B.
observed Tuesday night, March FOR SALE-Reasonable 'priced C. Truck; two ton. two speed
Room
NO I according to Keyes pastor of East Side Bap- Large Living Dining with flat Wal-
12, by Post 56, used Televisions. Ref rig- axle bed. Phone
1 an announcement by Commander tist Church in Gainesville, erators. Washers. Excellent Room, Kitchen. 100 foot do '4681487. '_Itp

tI I Julian E. McRae. and Rev. Frank Pearl pastor Condition. Bullington Appliances Lake Frontage, 750 feet Approx. '2 acres with modern
served at I of Carol Estates Baptist tfchg deep. Large Pavillion with
I' Dinner will be 5, room ,house on hlghway-
7:30: p.m.. for members and Church, Gainesville. Burial FOR RENT- Small furnished Dressing Rooms, and Boat $9,500 Very good terms-bal-

i their wives. Buddy Bishop and will be in Dyal Cemetery under apartment, utilities fur- House attached. 125 ft. ance like rent.

V WE Bill Graham, co-chairmen of direction of JonesJohnson I nished. $50 per mo. 127 La- pier. Reason for selling, 10 acre farm nicely located a

S ', the food committee, are preparing Funeral Home Gaines- fayette St. Phone 964-5951. moving to city. May\ be few minutes from town, good
t CAN : ville. tfchg house and out buildings -
for 140 people.
II seen by appointment only. $9800 with good terms.STROU'Z"'REAL'FY .
Commander McRae espec- FOR RENT -Two bedroom I
II ially urges lf Past Commanders Mrs. Saxon 92 house with modern conveniences CONTACTF. 'U.s. 301
i So., Starke, 'Fla. Phone: 468-
1
Silcox
See William
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and their wives to attend 1'1.66. Waldo Fla. Itchg
; the dinner meeting. An out- Services Set mile East of Starke on High- B. BEARD '

1.:4 day 16. ltp I, .. V.A. HOMES:
I standing speaker will appearon i NOW, F JLA.-
; I Starke 964-5601 or Kings;
the program, according to FOR RENT Furnished 2 NEW, IES-BRICK
No Hi Rent I Vice Commander George For Saturday bedroom house. Newly decorated ley Lake 533-2861 after VA-$50 Down

\ ,! Pierce. tile bath modern kit- 4:00 P. M. and weekends.. FHA 3% Down
chen. Couple or small child. DESIGNED FOR MODERN
The annual Past Commander's Mrs. Ellen Johns Saxon 92. 3 tchg 3/21 "
t To
Pay Gladys Harrington 337 N. LIVING
I night is held in conjec- of Hampton, died Thursday Walnut St. Up "LA: RUE, CORPORATION
I II tion with the American Legion morning in the Bradford BEWARE of buying any encyclopedia
I SEE STERN'S for your Fish JQEL() HEARD PH. 964-8611
birthday. County Hospital. She was a before you see ')
Bait. Toughies 3 to 4 doz. inpla.stic 400'West MadlsonSt..
native of Hampton, being WORLD BOOK. 'Call or writeM. : -
Walnut _
< bag. $1.00. 1339 S.
Negro Found born there on May 25, 1870, A. PAYNE your local rep
.IfcOLC HARD WAY\ St. 2t chg 3-7 REGISTER .HOW for adult
the daughter of the late Levi] ----- -- resentative :since 1956, Box 603
FOR SALE Excellent business evening classes. Mail your
: tfchg
After CuttingA phone 964-3794.
and Martha Hall Johns. location. 200 ft. on Hi- course selections to I.. H. Gibton. .
Surviving are one brother Drawer 100. Starke. 12.00
FOR SALE: 1950 CMC half-
[ 301. includes 3 BR.
Hampton Negro Dallas way year-
Garfield Johns of Starke; and ton pickup truck;, 1958 Chevy fed per course. Negro adultscontact
old 11000. $500 down.
Brown Jr., 30, was found be- house. Prof. Thompkins. R J.
; two foster daughters, Mrs. W. $85 mo Or house with 100 panel; 21-ft cabin cruiser Inboard E. School. tfch
i -side a road last Saturday A. Saxon. Hampton. and Mrs ft. frontage. 10000. Call 964- ; 9 cu. ft. Norge refrig-

x' I night too weak to walk' after Mabel Lee, Staten Island, N. 8641. 2tchg 3-7 erator. Phone 533-2911, Kings- WAND USED-Chain sawa
'losing a great amount o.. blooa Y. -FOR SALE 3 bedroom-- ley Lake. 2tp 3-7 $5 .OO up. Repairs all makes. i
from a cut in 'icteol ir nis YOUR OLD WATCH will Lawn mowers sales and ser
Funeral will be held land
services 1-2
house and acre
shoulder by his common law I make the down payment on a vice., Your McCuUoch Dealer
..IIIING..SLUCGING $: wife, Jefne White 30, during at 2 p.m. Saturday in the $3,000. $50 down $47.50 per beautiful new Bulova At Florida Saw Co. 19th DrlvN

Hampton Christian ,Church mo. Phone 359-3055, Jacksonville Dahmers Discount House. East, Gainesville Fla. 6-
\ an argument."I
& with Rev. Carl Clark off iclat- tfchg tfchx 3411. UchgElectraTronics
'vimmed' when I should
L ing. Burial will be in the FOR SALE1961 Falcon like
; have vammed'," Brown to'xl SINGER SEWING MACHINECO. Inc.
under direction ,
Hampton Cemetery Take payments. $200.
deputies of the Bradford COJnty Sales. & Service by authorized new. up
Service -
of DeWitt C. Jones equity cash or trade. Phone Industrial Division. Sales
ILJ( sheriffs department whenhe Funeral Home. representative. Con- 9648021. 2tp 3-7 ,. Repairs on Motors Gen.
&: tact John Edenfield 964-
b was found beside a gravel :
erators, ,Switching and Controls
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STOOPING...STRETCHING & road just off sR 18 a hair nil 6863, or Stump's Dept. Store INSTRUCTIONSMEN Welders and Tools, Power
: r
east ol( Hampton shortly after I I III 964-2651. tfchg Conversion, Transformers.

) 8 p. m., Saturday. The Negro DOWLINGPRODUCE FOR SALE: 17-acre farm 2 &WOMEN NEEDED Service and Repairs to All

9f < had apparently laid besile the II MKT. i 1-2 mi. NW Lawtey, 1 mi. off WORK IN Heavy Industrial Electrical
road for several hour, the 301. E. J. Raulerson. 4tp 3-7 CIVIL SERVICENo I Equipment

deputy said and blood had! East of Winn-Dixie I FOR RENT -FurnIshed and experience necessary, gram; 1939 N. E. 27th Ave. G'vill*

.. i iI clotted all over his clothing and!! unfurnished apartments. Also I mar school! education usually: PHONE 372-1289
I had drained into his shO The I THIS WEEK'SSPECIAL unfurnished 2 or 3 bedroom I II sufficient Train now at home tfchg.
,. ______ "-cut was in the top: part of I II I houses. Reasonable rent. W. H.Noilman. .I for jobs with security. For details
I> tfchz I
...". I I : : : A Brown's left,shoulder. Starke. send name, addreu, phone .. WE DONTBeil
The. were sentenced FOR RENT-2 bedroom
two Negroes unfurnished number to: I you we help you buy.

:::PtNNING...UN-PINNING in county judgl!' courtto Fla. Vine house. 61-2 miles National Training: Service, i G pd. selection of new and
.. a sine of ?25 or to 1 Sc North of Starke on Hiway 16. 1
pay RipenedTOMATOES Box A, Starke, Fix Used B' and 10' wide Mobile. -
Rt. 2 Box 93. J. W. Gaskins
30 in
days jaiL
', serve : tfchg 10tpApr4FOR ,.. Homes.
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u RENT Furnished!'X-
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II PRIVATE PIANO OR VOICE I partments. 1 & 2' bedroom*, ,- .. TRAILER PARK
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let an -Eugenia Ekard I LESSONS. Instructor Music we oar light-and 'watexvC6n ,.rid., SE of Keystone HU

Wins Oratorical Major Alabama Polytechnic I, tact 431 CeDar St. or Bulliftfr' on Route 100
CORRECTIONWe I Institute. Auburn. Ala. Mrs. ton Appliances. Phone flat

i ", ;, Contest Of Post 56 Made A Error On Feb. I Frank W. Reeves 1350 Bland- 964-6551 Night 964-711.: -. ( '-- --- tfchg
ing St. Phone 969-2481. UCI1&
I ruary 21st In Advertising Mrs. G. E. Miller

:... Dries ..: Miss Eugenia Ekard, a BHS i The Price Of Men's And I, 2tchg 3-14 PEYTON FLORIST FOR SALE

,... and junior, was declared winner of I Boy's Fruit Of The Loom :: NEW SPRING AND SUMMER 119 8. THOMPSON ST. '' Ready mix concrete concrete

night, the 1963 Post and County I Underwear. The Price Of i DRESSES values to $H.951'' PHONE 964-4155 block. house piers sand cement -
,;;; American Legion Oratorical The Men Tee Shirts And I Your choice $2.98. Sizes i NIGHT 364-3831 or MS.U2I ,'mortar mix rock, steel
winds }
',': :; / a Contest held March 2 at Brad-j I Shorts Is 69c Each Or 3 For 24. Girl's dresses $1.98. Mary DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS 'oyster shell, Bmerock, roof
Carter Paints, 312 N. TempleAve. gravel, lintels. BRADFORD
1, Less ford County High $%.05, And The Boy's Tee We Wire Flower
Anywfaert
will represent Post 56 at the I Shirts 49c Each Or S For .. 2tchg 3-7 ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521,
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; -rt up tfefax ,Starice. tfchg
District Contest on March 8 i $1.45. i -.

grow at Lake Weir High School auditorium WORTH'S OF FLORIDA Income Tax Service, INCOME TAX SERVICE HASTINGS MATTRE&
t L An in Summerfield. SHORT AND LONG FORM
STARKE, FLORIDA I & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
!IJ pennies Other students competingwere Charles E. HutchesonMon. BUSINESS AND FARMSCHEDULES
-' Mollie Kopnicky and 711 Lemon St. Falatk
: -1 flue, so I Fri. After 5 P. M.
Donald Thompson. also mem- .. Furniture Repaired,
,. FOR SALE All Day Saturday Mrs Clarence F. Rhoden :
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For a bers of the 11th grade at BHS. Upholstered & Refinished
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CALL 964-1195 Daily 9 AJL 9 PJi. I
: laundry, Contest judges were Rev. R. By OwnerIn Phone 941-3031 MATTRESSES REBUILTNew
: E. McB1!I ine. Guy Andrews, Pinehurst Subdivision' 521 Pratt St., Starke Innersprings
1126 N.
: Electric and A. J. Thomas Jr. School Concrete Block Home, 3 I Chged 4-12 Thompson and Box Springs

: (D$ when sponsors Gabel, Mrs.were Ann Mrs.Butnck George and Bedrooms & Florida Room, FOR B.-\LE-3 bedroom home. Drop Ua A Card BT Can

Room.F. for Hardwood floors, tile bath.
1 Walter Sistrunk. Carport & Utility WANTED Colored girl fALATKA EA 5-9161

-f1u !! H. A. Approved pressing, apply in person at Conveniently located. Phone STARKE SM'5IS48HAJLLE8

An Electric Dryer or Small Down Payment. the Pants Factory. Lake Butler 964-1834. tfchg MR'EGGY. ,
Washer will help qualify Apparel Co. Itchg. f." Starke
ia Phone 964-3544 PANSY. PETUNIA & CAL- ,
: your home for the F lOR I Cash Paid for Good Clean ENDULA: TOMATO forute.Mrs. .
MEDALLION: 717 W. Cypress Street FOR RENT Furnished a- plant
Rags. Ns Khakis WooL AH
or partment at rear of store 321 Ferguson. phone .xPIEyMTR: ESS-
: :- Cotton. Brinr to Tekrraph.GSAPH. Starke, Fla. N. Temple Ave. Call 969-2981. 964-5571,2 mi. from Starke on DJ. Af> bfrsont Garden
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_. ... __ .S Mrs. Michael Dobbs.
at S.Ii-i-i-i-II '--i- -iLiiiIi I iliu YTYYTTTTYYYVYYTTTTYYV1 I p 1 fl.i- flOSS guests Mr. and Mrs. Gene in-law.

Bloodsworth, Mr. and Mrs. I and three of their grandsons,

'et t: farmer's DiaryBy HAMPTONBy RA1FORDMr. Edgar Beasley and little son Bruce, Randy and Mason
of Lake Butler and Mr. and Mikell.

Sam McGarvcy\ Mrs. Larry Williams of Gain- We are glad to see Mrs.
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: esville. John Ross back in the post

4 A *&L4i and Mrs. Carl Sapp and Rev. and Mrs. Fleming office after a few days absence -

County Agent George Huggins son were Wednesday guestsof Tompkin. and son of States- due to illness.
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clI I' ASC Officer Mrs. J. C. Sapp. PTA Names Officers: Mr. and Mrs. Don Alvarez.Mr. boro, Ga. had lunch with Miss Beth Dobbs Mrs. Tre-

Need for Re-districting '2 Soil Conservationist Bill Haas, Francis Meng President and Mrs. Charlie Bur- their parents. Mr. and Mrs. va Lee Newmans. an-d James

d and Farm Forester Don Cham Francis Meng was elected nett Sr. had as guests last E. W. Tompkins Tuesday. That Lessig visited friends and relatives -
pion. There may be other PTA president for the year. i in Lake City Saturday
C Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Curtis evening they all went to GlenSt.
a Of Bradford County counties that can boast of and Milton Mosher vice-pres- Kidd and children, Mr. and Mary and had dinner with afternoon.Mr. .

II having one, two or possibly ident, at the meeting in the Mrs. Charlie Burnett Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Walker and and Mrs. L. B. Wade

Is Apparent three good workers in these school auditorium Thursday children of Jacksonville and children. That night the Wal- had as Sunday guests their

t6 COMMISSIONER tlIST Wet and cold weather has I fields, but we think Bradfordis night, Feb. 28. Mrs. Bell McCormack.Mr. kers and Tompkinses all attended son-in-law and daughter Mr

unique in having four top- Mrs. Rodney Hall was elected : and :Mrs. Archie Brown the statewide fellow- and Mrs. Walter Withey of
delayed planting schedulesand
:SCHOOL BOARD DI5T. M it looks now like it will flight workers. This is not secretary-treasurer, and ., and children of Lake City ship at the Beaver Street High Springs.Mr. .

VOTING I PfECLNCTJLAWTEY be around April 1 before tobacco written to embarrass them or committee chairman are Robert were Thursday guests of Mr. Baptist Church In Jackson- and Mrs. Cecil Addi-

to "butter 'em up" but because Cox. membership; Paul and Mrs. Charles Tomlinson.Mr. son Jr. of Brooksville were
p. plants will be set out
i-f" in the fields. Early corn will we think it is true. Meng program; Mrs. Foster and Mrs. Harvey Williams ville.Mrs.. Julian Dobbs and little weekend visitors of their parents -
I S SLots Hayes, refreshments
be planted before then if the ; and :Mrs. had as Sunday guests daughter attended church services Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Ad
S Don Hill
fields dry off so the land can of robins along the publicity.The Rev. and Mrs. Calvin Williamsand in Jacksonville last dieon Sr., and Mr. and Mrs.
roadsides these days and we new president has been Mrs. Marie Hoover of Sunday. Theodore Rosier.
'a'C be worked.
S think they have about givenup serving since the fall termof Tallahassee.= They attended Mrs. A. J. Dugger of Baker Mr. and Mrs. James Green
the Idea of raiding our ber- school, following the resig- services at
But another heavy rain this the Baptist Church County was honored with a and children were Sunday
ry patches, and are there to nation of W. P. McElroy; and Sunday
night and Calvin stork shower at the home of
U week flooded the fields and other sanga guests of their grandmother.Mrs. .
hitch outgoing
ride officers
a North. were
up
/ COMMISSIONER : beautiful solo. Re is a nep- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mary Freeman.Mrs. .
4H DIST you can see water standing in Robert Cox vice president
2. low all A """ "AAAA"A.A.AA.CLAY hew of Harvey Williams and E. Pierce at the State Farm .
4S VOTING PRECINC.T) spots over the county.In and Mrs. D. H. Crawford sec Julian Dobbs visited
; has been blind since World Saturday evening. She received -
fact, the water table right retary-treasurer. New officers her mother Mrs. Knight. in
SCHOOL now seems :to be ABOVE the HILL were elected to serve until War II. They were on their many useful gifts. Games Gainesville Saturday.
BOARD C'5TSS.ST' : way to Daytona Beach to
ground, instead of below. January 1964. a and refreshments were enjoyed Little Pam Dobbs attendeda

C t4W RlVgR S By Mrs. J. L. :.StricklandIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4! In a discussion of how PTA meeting of the blind association by those attending. Mrs. birthday party for her cousin -
of which he is the state
Lots of people are concerned money: is to be spent the need Dugger is the former Mary Cindy Downing in Live

N. STARKE about the berry croP. for for a tape recorded and movie president.Mrs. Pierce Oak Saturday afternoon.Mr. .
A few days ago we were Myrtle Sapp, who
so far growers have takenin projector for the school:: was Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dobbs and Mrs. Robert Cason
COMMISSIONER DIST.I S ?RttE% surprised by visits from Sue I works in Jacksonville was
2C nothing and to have a success outlined. Purchase of both gave a birthday dinner last spent the weekend in Miami
COMMISSIONER' D15TTL Carter and Mattie Mosley of home for the weekend. Her
3 : there will have to be a items is beyond present finances. Sunday for their daughter- with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cason.
SCHOOL\\ BOARD DIST. 3 VOTING PRECINCT J quick and profitable crop. A Jacksonville. They are distant : and plans for a supperto son Leonard and family --
relatives and we had not seen brought her and spent the
break in the weather now, and raise additional funds were
VOTING PRECINCTS them for a long time. weekend.
7,8 SCHOOL BOARD the plantings will burst out in discussed. No definite action
DIST. 2. The WMU of Long Branch Mr.: and Mrs. Freddie Cox
bloom and look like cotton was taken at the meeting on 1
p field Church meets Wednesday the purchase of the equip- and children:! and Mr. and 1962 .'

Wednesday mornings at 10 o'- Mrs. Marvin Culver and ..
I bROOIER S S S ment. son I :b."!:..''' .
I clock, and all ladies of the of Jacksonville spent last '
Everything is late at our Membership dues are still
community are invited. weekend with relatives here. FALCON FORDOR DELUXE
being solicited i
HAfAPTON\ place. Our plum trees finally and anyone .
t ... GRAHAM% The Robert Faulkners of I :
.. came out in bloom this week Our bad weather this win- unable to attend meetings may I

21t DWr4.- and we have a couple of a- ter has kept our "wood man," contact either Mr. Cox as Jacksonville were Sunday I STATION AGO
\SS\o\tER Mr. Tupin at the "worm guests of Mrs. Faulkner's parents -
co tJ\,"., ptSl'..) zaleas out, but the red bud is membership chairman, other
sc.\\OOL o"'R" 0 \ Tt1RESSA still waiting and the dogwoodis farm," busy getting wood for officers, or teachers. Refresh- Mr and Mrs. S. P. Yar- Fordomatic, Radio -

S holding back. It seems that folks to keep fires going with.If ments of doughnuts and coffee brough. Heater, Lug-
t it han't been for him it is Mrs. Bessie Sapp returned
were served following the
all things have a cautious eye gage Rack, Electric $$189500
: COMMISSIONER REGISTERED VOTING hard to say that we Strick- business meeting. home Monday after a week's
on the North, as if to say, I
I''DISTRICT lands would have donefreeze Heart Fund Nets $9 Here visit in Clearwater with her Tail Gate.
VOTERS PReciMCTS "This winter isn't over with
yet." ; I suppose. As it was I Last week's canvass for the son and daughter-in-law, Mr. I One Owner

( ONE (LAWTEY) - 892 4,5, fe .- -. -. have done a pretty good job Heart Fund netted only $9 and Mrs. Cecil Sapp. I

of freezing in spite of all the here according to Mrs. Don- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bur- !
Got to talking this week
TWO (N. STARKE) - 2,353 fire wood, extra clothes and ald Slade
with an expert in charge of the nett and Mrs. Belle McCor-
on square
THREE (S. STARKE) - 1,239 dancing and asked if they everythin else I could do to drive in Hampton.Mrs. mack were in Lake City Sun- TERWILLEGAR MOTORS$

keep warm. Slade expressed her day afternoon tosit the
used any old-timey tunes. He
t FOUR (Graham, Hampton, Theresea) 658 listed the following as some We attended services at appreciation for those who Burnetts' aunt in Lake Shore
Long Branch Church last contributed in the house-to- Hospital.Mr. .

t FIVE (Brooker, New River) 304 that were used in the early Sunday. John Wilkinson, teacher house drive on Monday and :and Mrs. Warren
I days: Old Missouri Mule Boil
of- our Adult Class, was Tuesday last week. Bloodsworth had as Sunday !
IJ the Cabbage Down, Arkansas -
home sick with flu, but Melvin lID Group Studies Room 1
I Traveler. Old Joe Clark andSally
So.I J I Goodwin. These and Watson did a good job Arrangement; Color Schemes SEE WHAT'S HEW AT YOUR CHEVROLET( DEALER'Sseats. I
NOW
substituting for him. One of Miss Dorothy Ross, county
others, no doubt, were used

5 The law does not equivocate. Chapter should be as equal in the number of here at frolics during the pion- the outstanding parts of the I home demonstrated demonstration proper and agent improper -, SUPER SPORTS-that's the only name for : It even offers a new Comfortilt Sting .

1 124, Florida Statutes plainly says: registered voters as possible. Here, the eer days. S S service who substituted was the as young pianist.girl room arrangement at them! Four entirely different kinds of cars wheel that positions right where yv

range is from a low of 69 in the Gra- -he meeting .of .Hampton. elioose from including bucket-seat convertibles want it. E3 The new Chevy II Nova fc
There shall be five county commissioner ..JIow..the folks back. then She is the daughter of.Catherine \ -4e ,
.. -..ham..precinct.io.2,353.in ,North.Starke. Caldwell-Blackbum andis Special Interest Group at the and coupes. And most every one has its own brand of excitement. Likewi '-
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districts ineach '
county-which must have' loved to frolic! We
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A fantastically bad example of districting in her early teens. She town han Wednesday after- can be matched with such sports-car type the turbo-supercharged rear-engine Corva 0
shall be numbered to five inclu- get a picture of a log cabin
one
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all-new Ccrvett
perhaps unmatched in Florida. noon, Feb. 27. stick or Powerglide Monza Spyder and the :
plays beautifully for one so features as 4-speed
gathering of neighbors from
sive and shall be in
as nearly equal She also displayed stools to transmission Positraction, tachometer, high Sting Rays. Just decide how sporty you

.. ( proportion to populaUon as possible. Here again the law provides that near and far, hopping and young.James be finished, and a fibre top performance,engines, you name it. U If you want to get, thtn pick your equipment an 1
jumping [or just plain shuffling Saunders: pastor of
any changes in voting precincts must woven on. These are to be or- the luxuries of a full- power-up to 425 hp in the Cheyroht: Sf! ,
\ "The board of county commissioners ] to the lively tunes pro- the Clay Hill Church. will be want your spice plus
be done in odd numbered dered for those who wish to the popular Turbo-Fire 409' wit.:
shall, from time to time, fix the bound- years. vided by the fiddler. Everyone ordained to the ministry at sized family car, try the Chevrolet Impala including
make them and completed at road 340 hp for smcoth, responsive handlin :
I aries of the above districts so as to The desirability of more equal vot- danced at these affairs and 2:30: p.m. on March 10 in the SS. It's one of the smoothest runners
a later meeting. ..
of bucket in city traffic.{! 'optional at extra co
we have an idea that if the Penney Farms Baptist that ever teamed up with a pair
keep them as nearly equal in propor- ing precincts has been pointed out The next meeting is to take

1 tion to population as possible; providedthat from time to time. It would lighten the folks saw an aid duffer sit- Church. All ministers and deacons up color schemes in home dec --=!'_-_-_- ;j&r ; r= -
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county commissioner districts pur- oversize districts and make it possibleto 'I served to those present at -.'''''' _r- '_=-=__'""" ...
heads and said, "We might as Here is another laugh for =- -1 H "
suant to this section shall be made only obtain the total tabulation from all well him." last week's meeting by Mrs. i5': ,
bury .
at church .
you Sunday a certain "
, t in odd-numbered years." precincts much sooner than is now the I S SOld man of long acquaintanceasked K. B. Watterson. -i. -':i: '
Home Missions Week of --
r case, where one precinct North( barbed wire lying alonga >'- .. "- ;
Jim. ain't
"Say you = '
It would be hard to imagine a sit- Prayer last Week .: -= ?
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where commissioner districts Starke) must handle almost fifty per fence row in a field can about 99 years old? I have i -,=.',;" ..- ,=..., ; :: !!f11 111fJ "
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Thursday : i -, _._ -, '; '+o. > '
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I cent of the county's registered voters. cause a lot cf mischief. A been hearing for c ===" -, \: ", :
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you :
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I! are more at variance with requirements Hampton Baptist W M U ; 1 .r. <: it'f
Since 1963 is an odd-numbered year, neighbor of our lost a cow the last 45 ears. Just how "" -. ---;L"= --c ,_....-.._ 1..7-f--: -o.,.., "
met at 'if--o-
members the church /
law '
of the than those now existing in :: ... } _. "Jb. .
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the time would seem to be appropriatefor not long ago because old are you?" Jim told him :J. --r". .. """" _:- : ". --- __ __ .
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got pile
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considerationto he 81 and this brother : .
giving some serious was -. -.. !!. .. .. 7. ,." ...,. .. _. '4!' 'P'iCe
I the New River and Brooker of wire, and unable to get up could hardly believe it. day afternoons last week for _;-c- : '- ...."..J. .. ...,.t-.::<:,,:>;.#'.:".-...'''2 .,.'.'k "- -.. -:. 'J.'i ."; .
both of these matters-redistricting ... -.=. .. ; .
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programs on ,
prayer t' .
i voting precincts, has. a total of 304 lay there during a wet cold Of course, Jim started a;. ... : .. .. ... ..<'., "'. .... .1. '$_'..
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[ registered voters District Two (North ( are night and died. Then, too, mission work, observing the .- .......-...--.--- .. ..: qc ::ffA: ... r. <..
started when he -, t. Iil1
preaching .
school board districts) Annie Week of ". 'Y" /.J.... ..... .. .
( the basis of Armstrong ..... ... ... .fier. .. .. Wl,
loose barbed wire can really : ; '' >' ,.
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Starke has stretch of '': 'f!:: '" u.
) 2,353. By no :
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was only 19, so it is quite ', ., r. ;.t' .... .u. 1I:': '&"" }o; ...
and realigning voting preeincts. hang a rotary mower! Prayer. Additional programswere Ar..c; -..'_- _" : _iW<.:i!" ",... .f : >m":.. "-1'_ .CV.__ 1-; / ..'11.70
the imagination can this be considered up U possible that this fellow could held Wednesday evening(

"as nearly! equal in porportion to pop- Voting precincts cannot overlap the One of the newest ideas in I have been hearing him for 45 this week at prayer meeting r:1tz :

ulation as possible." Indeed, it is almost boundary lines of commissioner districts cattle raising is to produce years or more. Jim's wife, and Thursday afternoon. Pre- -

as, unequal in proportion to pop- ; therefore, it would seem desir- forage by hydroponics or to Bessie, became a Christian senting the programs were

,. : ulation as possible. t able to work the two plans togetherand be specific, raise forage crops when she was just 12 years Mrs. Charles Hicks, Mrs. Don

I get the job done all at once. in tanks of fertilized water. old and started teaching a Hill Mrs. Milton Mosher, and

Time was, no doubl when our commissioner Designers of the equipment Sunday School class in her Mrs. E. I.,. Birt. ; ;:;. -. .: : :r
districts may have presentedsome "The board of county commissioners early teens. So there are quitea PersonalsMr.
claim you can raise oats to :
semblance of equality in population shall from time to time fix; the about 12 inches high in about i few people 'scattered over and Mrs. Glenn McIntosh -

j but that time has long since pass- boundaries of the above districts so as 10 days, cut that growth and the earth who were taught by spent last week in Jacksonville .

ed with the shifts in population and to keep them as nearly equal in pro- use it for feed, and thsn her, and they may have great I with Mrs. Ethel Tid-

I the more rapid gains in some areas over portion to population as possible." Obviously raise another crop. The idea i grandchildren and still none well and Miss Betty Durling. 4

others. this law is not being compliedwith will probably be tried first I be quite to the age of 99. Any- Both Mr. and Mrs. McIntosh !,

this teacher-writer [or have been ilL p-
over in Europe where grazing way \ 1 '
The same thing is true of voting in Bradford County. The time for land is at a premium- what have you] isn't near that Mrs. Marklee Norman drove '- t .s 4 1 4

i precincts which the law also says action is sadly overdue. S S S age yet! Mrs. Nita Johnson to Ft. My- I: $ % Wj ..,

We can't remember when There were just 48 present I ers last week, where she was ......"" 1
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we've seen so few woods fires in Sunday School at Long called by the illness of Mrs.1\ t,''':'J J'tJ"1

at this time of the year. Of Branch last Sunday due to Frankie Jean Keyes' children.Mr. .

i. Good Water Is A Great Asset course the answer is plain: the prevalence of flu. It is and Mrs. Martin Mosher ... ?j
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it has just been too wet to really inspiring to hear the spent last weekend in Perry -\ .
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I burn off and it has hindered different classes recite the with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd -.; 1

It is encouraging to note that two wells. those who wanted to Improve I. memory verse for their class. i Smith. .

of Bradford County's smaller municipalities their places by controlled and this is done each Sundayat Mr. and Mrs. Richard May'. ._- ,:.: ....
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: are taking steps-or at least The matter was brought up for discussion burning. Altogether, though it this church. Those little Beginners and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home I ,-.,- _ft : '' : s

: showing interest-in the installation at the Lawtey Council meetingthis has been a good thing for get up in front. Some drove to Reevesville S. C. last; -. -- .. ;.;, ,, '; .'' vJ7 -,..

I, of city-owned water systems. week, and the possibilities of Federal there has been very little cain't talk plainly enough to weekend to visit Mrs. J. H., '

aid in financing a water system damage to woodlands by be understood, but they put McAlhany, and Mrs. Home

.. Some preliminary work has already will be investigated.With "wild" fires. forth every effort to recite remained there with her for

been done by the town of Brooker and S 5 S I that memory verse. Some of several days.

an application for federal funds to finance the advent of new industries We're fortunate in this I the others read their verses, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Dukes

a water system will soon be in their vicinity, both Lawtey and county to have the finest balanced but the toddlers really recite and family of Gainesville ,. _

\ made-or) may have already been filed Brooker have good growth potential, quartet of agriculture theirs. Why can't we older were Saturday visitors herewith z : "C .,

by the time this is in print.It but both have been seriously hand! workers anywhere in the state. folks do as well? tl Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Den- i-' -P"

; the the lack of WeTe referring, of course to I nison and family.
capped over years by
is also good to note a revival of 1-'
water and facilities. Few -
interest on the City Council of Lawteyin sewage people ORIb4
care to build homes where such facilities -
a water system for that community.The .

are lacking-and even if they THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
matter was discussed several years ) MPithtred
wanted to build, financing is hard to ACTIVE Ill
ago, following a disturbing report on (n& (1) ESTABLISHED 1879 C U
the impurity of water in private wellsin obtain for consfruction in such areas. 0 o E. L MATTHEWS EDITOR AND PUBLISHER from top to laBom Corvette Sltag Ray Cirrtt!*.ta Carve d Spydtr Mona tqupnunl Spyder CwwrWj )
e Nova 400 SS Coupe CUmM Impala SS CoupC
that community, but was dropped by It is to the interest of all for every FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY -

the council at that time and only revived section of the county to progressnotjust gui' UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD See fourentirely different kinds (1 ca. :! J 1100T._____.Chevrolet. .dealei's. .Showroom. ..m._
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this week. The cause for alarmon a few. Lawtey and Brooker may u

the health officials own" but will PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED As SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE
part of concern- "hold their they never
POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLA. UNDER ACT OP MARCH 9, t87 INC.
GATEWAY CHEVROLET
ing the situation in Lawtey is due to experience real growth until they of-

the lowness and flatness of the ter- fer the facilities that most home own- ,
IN TRADE AREA ONE YEAR ss.oo Six MONTHS $ .75

raine and the overabundance of septic ers now demand. Here's wishing them OUTSIDE TRADE AREA ONE YEAR ss.so Six MONTHS $2.00 U. S. 301 (NORTH) STARKE, FLA. PHONE 961.3900

tanks-some within a few feet of water luck in their efforts to move ahead. -. I






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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy In( SemiFinalsAt Is DestroyedNear Stress Need For MELROSEBy and Mr.sons and Mrs.of Mickey Marietta White, Ga. ': GRANDIN weekend.Paran Church was the set-

Hilliard KeystoneA Rabies ClinicsFinal I visited friends here last week. ting of the beautiful candle-
Mr. and Mrs. light wedding of Miss Ilene
Hoyte Light- j
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foot of Atlanta Ga. : Stiickland to Elmer Fulghum
The Keystone Indians had 600-gallon groundhog arrangements have spent the i
week with :Mrs. Lightfoot'sbrother i . Jr.. of Palatka. A reception
trouble hitting the basket i type moonshine still was destroyed been completed for the annual
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Monday night and dropped' Monday afternoon by Anti-Rabies Clinic to be held Meetings and sister-in-law Mr. I Funeral services for Earl F.

Woman's Club Hears' Christoffers Jr. their season-ending game 58I I Clay County Deputy Wm. J. soon in Clay County. I I I The Lions Club will meet and Mrs. V. Y. Crawley.Mrs. Hutson, former resident of brides' parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Talk On Crisis In Business Meeting Set 47 to Orange Park in the I. Dermody of Keystone Heights, The following schedule is March 12 at 7:30 p.m. in the Kenneth Edwards and i Grandin. who died in a New M. M. Strickland in Flora-

Constitutional Government By Woman's Club Green Cove gym. KHS woundup 1 assisted by state and federal announced: i i Woman's Clubhouse. All interested daughter Lisha. spent last j I' Friday.I i home.
Charles A. Titus, formerly The business meeting of the with a 10-9 overall record beverage agents. Saturday, March 30- Keystone I persons are invited to week with :Mrs. Irma Wilkes 'I York Hospital last Mrs. Ruth Reed of Melrose
Feb. 27, held at 10 ajn. and
were
Woman's Club will be held at said the still and children in New Symrna and Mrs. E. S. Brantley
Dermody
an associate professor of his for the season. caP- Heights city playground,i I attend. I II I
in the St. George
Wednesday Mrs.
tory and head of the depart- 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 12, Four Orange Park players I able of running off 100 gal- 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Health I The Melrose Home Demonstration Beach. I children were calling on
St.
ment of social studies at New preceded by an executive went into double figures, with lons of shine per week, was i Department building, court- 1 Club met Thursday Mrs. Edith France is home I Baptist Church. George Jeannette White in Gaines-
with 16 l located in Green Pond off I after a brief stay in Alachua 'i Ga. Burial was in the North ville on Monday.Johnny .
Cove
Jersey State Teachers College, board meeting at 1 p.m. Both Boniface leading house annex, Green afternoon at the home of 'I home
Rev. Mikell
with the was
spoke on "The ConstitutionalCrisis meetings will be held in the points. Bill Jackson led Key- Highway 214 about 8 miles Springs. 2 to 4 p.m. i Mrs. Tom Spurlock. Highlightof General HospitaL Prong Cemetery I
southeast of Keystone. 6Health Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Allen I John E. Strickland officiating. i i from the University of Florida
educational building of the stone with 13. Saturday, April the occasion was the presentation -
in Government" at theWoman's Community Church.All Orange Park also won the The Clay deputy said he located Department building, court- of' a film on cake : and family spent last weekend Survivors include four bro- j I in Gainesville for the week-
Club luncheon meet- I I with Mrs. Allen's! : thers, Edward of Grandin; .
members urged to preliminary B squad game bya the still last week and house annex Green Cove decorating. parents. I
1 are
ing on Feb. 26. Mr. and irs. E. A. Chester, Jack of St. Ga. PJ.. end.Mrs.. B. J. Alderman has
attend the business meetingand lop-sided 64-23 score.Tournament I that it had been kept under Springs, 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Members of the Episcopal, i George ; !
Mr. Titus, who. with his take part in amendingthe I surveillance since that time in Middleburg Health Center ito I Methodist, and Presbyterian in Quincy and her sister, Mrs I of Palatka; Eugene of Fayetteville I been in bed this week with avery

wife wintered here until pur- club constitution, Article The Indians won their first the hope the owners would 2 p.m. [The doctor will Churches met Wednesday for Jessie Bradlev. in Taliunassce Ga., and three sisters, ;; bad case of flu.

chasing a Keystone home and H I Dues] to read "The an- game in the Class C Group 4 return. "They must have got stay longer if necessary.] an1 hour' of prayer at Trinity Mr. and M 'sC E Spires: Mrs. Edna Hodges, Callahan; I The Lord Supper was observed -

becoming permanent residents. nual dues shall to $8, payableat State Tournament in Hilliard wise, however," Dermody said, Saturday, April 12, Orange Episcopal Church. and sons and diaries: Gil- Mrs. Annie Belle Johnson. I last Sunday night at

challenged his listeners to the October business meet- last week, defeating Hastings "for they never did show up." Park city hall., 9 to 12 a.m. Winners of the Melrose Duplicate more of Tallahassee spent the Florahome; and Mrs. Myrtis Paran Church with a candlelight

"keep informed know whatis 53-41, but lost out to Yuleein The deputy said from the The clinics will be conducted Bridge Club for last weekend with Mr. and Mrs.A. Id'eel, Jacksonville.On service.
ing. [Dues are now $4 an-
going on, ask questions, Another the semifinals.In appearance of "burn marks" by Dr. Douglas McKee, week include the' following: C. Spires.C. Monday evening Mr.

and then act." He prefaced nually amendment] will be change proposed the the game against Hil- i the still had been in opera- and the fee will be $2 per' animal Mrs. Walter. Grolick and L. Bass. who is workingin and Mrs. B. j. Alderman were I

his talk with the immortal date for notifying delinquent liard. Jimmy McMurtry led tion about three months. He inoculated. This charge Miss Sallie Mansfield, first Boca Raton, spent the visiting friends in Gainesville.Mr. .! FARAX BAPTIST CHURCH

quotation from Patrick Henry the Indians with 17 points, I added that he was familiar covers the dated tag, certificate place; Mrs. Mary Cook and weekend with his family here. and Mrs. Walter McCall! GRANDIN. FLA.

: "Give me liberty or give members from Feb. 1 to Jan. and Bill Carnes added 10. with the woods in that area of inoculation, and the Miss Iva Hillyer, second place; Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Roth- of Jacksonville were at their t

me death!" 1. McMurtry tallied 22 pointsin and intended to keep a close administration of serum. Mrs. G. M. Allen. Jr. and Mrs. hammer and children visited I trailer home over the week- I: Rev. Paul Travis, Pastor

Preceding the luncheon Regarding prospective mem- the semi-final event, but watch on shine operations in The Health Department urges -. Albert Spires third place; her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. end.Mr. Sunday School. 10 am.
bers, the proposed amendment Yulee the by a that vicinity. to take in Gainesville : Luke
which was held in the Community won game all pet owners and Mrs. Emory Cooper and Clyde Wesley, and Mrs. Emory i Morning Worship, 11 a.m. ,
provides that : "New members score of 6856.Keystone advantage of this low cost Mrs. R. P. Vogh fourth place. Thursday.Mr. and Loretta of Palatka visited
Church educational I Training Union, 6:30: p. m. \4
whose dues are paid after was making Its ing of the Garden Club of the service in view of an increaseof School News and Mrs. Alvin Spur- Mrs. Callie Rye over the week-
building, the club president Evening worship, 7:30: p. m,
April 1 shall be given credit debut in tournament compe- Lakes at the home of :Mrs. rabies in North Central A banquet will be held 'Sat lock of Gainesville visited Mr. end. i 1 Wed

Mrs. Julius Hanson, invited for the ensuing fiscal year." tition this year. Herbert Nelson Thursday afternoon Florida. The State Board of urday night, :March 9, in the and Mrs. Tom Spurlock. last Walter J. Moody sold his :: Midweek Prayer Meeting

host-members to introduce The proposed increase in Feb. 28. Mrs. Dick Health has reported 19 casesso high school cafeteria in honorof Sunday.Mrs. lake front property in Gran- nesday, 7:30: p.m.

their guests. Among the seven .I dues was a motion passed by March." Spence-Thomas, and :Mrs. far this year, as comparedwith the girls and boys basket- Opal Allen and child- din to the Middleton-Pen

present were several prospec- the membership at the Jan- These changes will be acted Emery Cooper were co-host- only nine cases in the ball teams, the coaches, and ren and Mrs. Stirickland of Realtors in Palatka. Esterbrook Cartridge and

tive club members, and a num- uary meeting, upon recommendation upon at the March 12 meeting esses on this occasion. entire state during the same cheerleaders. It will Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brockman of Palatkawas Fountain Pens $1.95 $2.95 -
ber of winter visitors. One of of the Amendment sponsored I S-I5: at The TELEGRAPH.
when Mrs. Harold Sutton During the discussion per- period last year. Booster Club. James O. Dann Thursday.Mrs. visiting: his mother. Mrs.
these, Mrs. Paul Tell of Arcadia by the I .. _
Committee.At In view of the seriousnessof Hope Haynes and Mrs. 1'iIIf' -
chairman of the nominating iod, Mrs. R. P. Vogh. club Trophies were presented to
ind-, who is wintering the February meeting, committee, will announce the president, asked if someone the situation, the State 13 students Friday afternoonfor Ada Alexander and daughter

with her husband at Holiday' Article IV [Nominations and slate of officers. Nominationsmay would tell the group how to Board has called a special tallying the best results of Starke visited Mr. and Mrs.

Beach Apartments, offered Elections] it was voted to also be made from the root azaleas. Mrs. Dan Pater meeting of public health per-' for their age group during a R. M. Cason recently.METHODIST I
the blessing.The the wording "Busi: sonnel in the 15 Northeast 1961
change flood, provided consent of the conducted a plantexchangeperiod physical fitness test given recently -
meeting of club in March"to Florida counties on' March i 8 \ CIITJRCEMlLROSB
speaker was introducedby ness nominee has been obtained with guests drawing in Physical Education

the program chairman read "Business meeting of before the meeting is calledto numbers out of a hat to see in Jacksonville. Methods of Classes. Receiving the awards FORD FAERLANE 500
"
Mrs. John Karges. the club in February," and order. Election will take which plant they took home. combatting this increase in were: Cecilia Sparkman Char- Rev. Kenneth .V. Griffith

Luncheon hostesses were report to the club at the place at the regular business The names of three pros rabies will be discussed at les Barnham, Phyllis Weaver, Pastor

Mrs. Whitney Wyman Sr., business meeting in April"changed meeting in April. pective members Mrs. H. Ful- this meeting. Donald Parker. Carolyn Tison, Sunday School 9:45: a.m. TUDOR HARDTOP

Mrs. Thos. J. Hawes, Mrs. L to "report to the club Hostesses for the March 12 ler, Mrs. j. Ostreicher, and Health officials have expres- Billy ,Roberson, Margie Parker Worship 11 a. m.

F.% Brown and Mrs. Bert at the business meeting inDON' meeting will be Mrs. G. E. I Mrs. J. Hassler. were read by sed hope that every owner of Roy Weaver Babs McLaughlin -
Wiggins. Mrs. F. M. Schroeder the treasurer, and the mem- a warm-blooded animal will Mike Wallace, Marian TRINITY EPISCOPAL Fordomatic Radio "

Mrs. Ray Chance, and Mrs. bership voted to invite them take advantage of the pro Bass, Larry West, and CHURCH MELROSE Heater: Power $ 1' 69500

Anna James. into the club.Eighteen tection offered in the upcom- Margaret Slade. Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy Steering. .

Woman's Club Progress members and two ing clinics.id The Annual Staff will holda Sundays 10 a. m. Church Salesman Demo.

"Progress is our club busi- guests attended the meeting. bake sale Saturday March School. 11-45: a. m. Morning I

ness!" Have you seen the Refreshments were servedby Nelson assisting as arrangements 9, beside the post office to Prayer and Sermon i First

well-graded and cleared lot the hostesses. advisor, has an- raise money to finance the Sunday, Holy Communion]. P I fERILLEGARS1NESS MOTORS$

POTTER for the new club house? If Girl Scout Camp-Out nounced her committees. Mrs. yearbook. p.m. Episcopal Young Church.

you are a member, are you Under the Leadership qf Barry Wyman is in charge of PersonaL men.

AROUKD \tJHEfJIT / advertising and selling tickets Mrs. Richard Lovorn and Assistant reservations, and as this is a I David Woodaid of Starke Communion.The .

for the Old Time Vaudeville Leader, Mrs. J. W. "seated tea," it is importantthat visited his mother, Mrs. J. O. Rev. Lee W. Heaton, .
Show on March 30? Since the
GOMES TO. Kingsbury, the first patrol of all those attending make Dann, recently.Mr. VIcar. .
first performance was a sellout -
/ Girl Scout Troop 190 had a reservations by name, not and Mrs.. Ross Bass and ::
with not enough seats in
Cabin Camp-Out at Bradley later than Monday, March 11. children of Bunnell spent the
the Melrose auditorium the '
.
Cabin on Twin Lakes, Feb. The seating capacity is limit- weekend with their parents, KEYSTONEHHGHTS .. MELROSE!
March 30 show will be heldin I
15-16. Fourteen girls attended. ed, and the committee wishes Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bass and
Starke high school audi-
Leader Lovorn and Assist- that everyone be accommo Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Slade.
torium. John and Rosemary -
ant Libby Campbell directeda dated. Call Mrs. Wyman at Mrs. Bertha Piece of Starke
Daurer, our good friends and Camp-Out on March 1 and 3-4956 Park-of-t he-Pa 1 m s and Mrs. Lillian Phillips of i B u DIRECTORY1APPLIANCES
--4-; former Keystoners, and their
tTDRIVE 2 at O'Leno State Park near friends may call Mrs. Gerald Lake City visited their uncle I
associate, Joey O'Toole, are
High Springs. Ten Senior Culberson at 3-4129. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. '
planning to make this a program -
Scouts of Troop 70 attended. Mrs. Walter Grolick is refreshment Cason, Saturday. I I
no one can afford to JEWELER RESTAURANTS
Both Intermediate Troop chairman. She will Charles Buchanan Jr. of i !i :
miss. Club members all have
190 and Senior Troop-70 will be assisted by Mrs. Albert the UJS.: Navy has completed THE
: tickets, so get your now. Do- :
j I I nation, $1.Estrellita have a four-day Camp-Out, Whilden, Mrs. Arthur Man training in, the Caribbean a- I'T V Service Center Keystone Jewelers "I

March 14 through 17, at Jum- nering, Mrs. Jesse Huckert, rea. and is en route to New I Keystone Heights
Reports I J. R. TIMES Propnetor and Gift
i Shop
per Springs. Leaders will be York. I
:Mrs. Marxhall Gallup, and RestaurantUnder
i i The Masonic Lodge Hall
I Ii Motorola Philco
Authorized -
: Mrs. Richard Lovorn, Mrs. J. N. M.. Trent is in Alachua I I
Francis .
Mrs. Egan. .
.. IT HOME i I was a well patronized spot Sales and Service A Nice Selection Of New MaiiageinentSpecializing
W. Kingsbury, Mrs. Fremont Mrs. C. H. Haberstroh will General.. Hospital in Gaines- I
when theI I
last Saturday night
Makes
Service On All Gifts In
( iIH : : =Ey \WITH A LOW'y4i \/- I members of Estrellita Club Tolles, and Mrs. Thomas' Gar- be in charge of table arrange- ville.Mrs. TRAlJIO STEREO Uedding
: : ment. Mrs. William Reynoldswill Margaret Huffman returned I Sterling Blue Plates \\Itli
sponsored a fried chicken nar.Senior Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals.
I Troop 70 meets each be decorating the stage,, to Melrose Wednesdayafter Greeting Cards Fresh Vegetables
COST BANK : dinner. Eastern Star and Mel-
I{ 473-4651
Keystone Heights,
: Monday at 7:30: pjn. at st.Anne's arid Mrs. Charles Hinck will spending several months -
Ol'KX:
rose Masonic Lodge members ljme & 'Vallie Muhlhofei
Parish. Intermediate decorate the guest tea tables. with her son and daughter-
AUTO LOAN were able assistants. There I 6 A. M.-10 I'. M. Mon.-Thur*.
Troop 190 meets at 3:30: each 'Mrs. James Cook'w 1 be in-law. Dr. and Mrs. James I 'Expert Watch Repairs
were many friends from Haw- AUTO SERVICE OPEN 6 A. M. til :Manila l
Waldo Gainesville Friday afternoon at St. Wil chairman of hostesses. Pour- Loranger, in St. Augustine. Certified Watchmaker
thorne
,
,
I liam's Hall. Mrs. Margy Ann Miller of Fri., Sat.. Sun.
ing tea will be Mrs. Bert 473-4177
'and Starke, together with Terrell's Keystone Heights
ASK US( FOR THE HONEY-SAVING FIGURE-FACTS, week-enders at Lake Cottages Attend ConventionThe Christoffers Sr., and Mrs. J. Jacksonville visited her son- At the Moplite Keystone lifts. !

attending. It was a most successful State Future Business Azzie Williams. Mrs. Charles in-law and daughter, Mr. and Gulf Service --- ,
Leaders of America Conven- Titus assister by Mrs. Carl Mrs. David Carter, and children '
project. Estrellites saya N' & Used Tires MILLWORK Lake
.\V Brooklyn
tion
.
was held in Jacksonvilleon Stringer Mrs. Alma Frost recently.Mrs. .
heartfelt "Thanks. Sizes
Feb. 22-23. Students attending Daud Hinnant of Mid- From $3.00 Up All 4 )
and Mrs. Floyd Koons, will Restaurant
The Estrelita regular monthly Lubrication Batteries Acccs.
the convention from dleb Ig spent Wednesday
meeting will be held at 2 keep the guest book. OPEN 7 A. :M. 7:30 P. M. Keystone STEAKS CHOPS I
Keystone Heights were: Billy Waitress chairman will be night with her parents. Mr,
p.m., March 13. in the Masonic Carnes, Steve Shackleford, and Mrs. Howard Morris, and Keystone Heights, 473-1279 Seafoods Orders To Co i
Wildt assisted by
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK Hall. Hostesses will be Mrs. Mrs.' joe ,
Charles King and Mrs. Wil- Nancy Sutton, Linda Norris, Mrs: Libby CampbelL They family. Millwork Shop OPEN
liam Pinon. and Dianne Brokas. Sponsorof will also usher guests to the "Mrs. 'EddIe Joe Wainwrightand AUTO STORE' ,
MEMBER F.D.I.C. the Local KHS Club is the tea tables. Waitresses will be sons have returned to 7 Days 6 A. M. till Jlidnite!
Garden Club MeefcsFilms I CABINETS DOORS
A Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community on rooting cuttingsand I commercial teacher, M r S. from the Senior Youth Group: Keystone Heights. Mr. Wain- Western Auto WINDOW FRAMES :1-4 Mi. N. of StopliteKeystonp ,

annuals : Christine Croft. Carroll Baker, Kathy Williams Associate Store 1
planting were
Fla. Attention Height. *..
Keystone Heights Pres. SCREENS
Kennedy Wildt. -
shown by Mrs. Sam Gardner, Carol Gardner, and Jo appointed to present recom- .
I program chairman, at a meet- Linda Norris, Jackie Pox, Mrs. Egan is in charge of mendations for several minor Appliances-Major or Small Trim Materials REAL ESTATE '
.f
Rennie Johnson, and Janie Auto Accessories, Tires, !
publicity. The reservation changes to the board of direc- Sash Made To Order
McMurtry' took it unon- the&I chairman wishes it under- tors meeting on March 15. I Batteries.

:I selves to prove that they stood that names must accompany Keystone Country Club pro! Sporting.,Goods, Bicycles.Hardware Keystone Heights 473-4285 I II'C. J. Pete O'Connor

VOTE FOR ; weren't "panty-waists," and reservations.Two Les Stephenson is planning a S ., Paints. ', Garden I

Wayne G. Watkins walked to Gainesville from i Teams Tie Pro-Lady. Tournament for!I Supplies. .. REALTOR

) I Keystone Heights on Saturday -I In Lady Golfers March 19. This is a new typeof KEYSTONE HEIGHTS NURSERY REAL ESTATE

Their progress was noted' Team Play Tournament competition and has never I' ,- MORTGAGES APPRAISALS

7 OF PUTNAM HALL by announcers on the various :Two teams tied Monday for I I been. promoted in this area i it Electrical Contractors I

Gainesville radio stations, who first place, with a total of 18 .t before. The entry fee is $20 i Clemens NurseryCitrus Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4297

Trustee District 2 also sent words of encourage-( points each in the second.I for each team, consisting ofi I II Jackson Electric Co.

ment.: They returned to' Key- j week of Team, Play, Tourna- I one pro and three ladies. A I ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR trees $3.50 to $4.93! Winifred H.CRAWFORD. "

stone on the bus. Not men ments of the Keystone Heights pro may enter as many teams House Wiring, Electric Range

tioning any names; we must ;, Women's Golf Association. I as,he desires. 'I and Water Heater Repairs some in fruit,'Canned or Bare-:

Clay-Electric Cooperative Inc. say we were surprised in view'of They were; Team" 1, with Eva I On March 20-21 a two-day I General .Electric Repair Work root. "4',:. Real Estate Broker
the fact that at least All Your Lftkd Properties Acreage i
Call For
I one Hall Elva Steadham. Fay Ladies Invitational will be i iI "Toby" ,Azaleas! 3 for $1.00 to $1.00 ca.
Iof the quartet-perhaps two I Mangel, and Lois Olson; and I played from scratch with i Electrical Needs Randies Business City

-can't walk to school in the I Team 3 with Gena. Christof: players being placed into I Keystone Heights I'h: 473-4975 Iinvay-100 at Hillcrest Homes -, KenUliWe

AT TilE ANNUALMEMBERSHIP mornings, and wait for Mama I' lees Jane LaCoste Zee' ,Tolles,j flights ccording to their first I' .ayz ,Miles East! of. Take A Personal Interest

tif: to bring them! and Corrlne Louth. day scores. Entry fee will be I FLOltlST IJ\ Your BulTenentsMId'Nay ?

MEETING Annual l Silver Tea In third place was Team 5 $10 per person.: This will include :, Keystone Heights ..
: Keystone Height
Will Be Given By with 15 points; fourth place I a social: hour and dinner : A I

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Community Churchwomen Team 2 with 7 1-2 points; ,for contestants and their i, Edna Williams ,w Melrose f rIliuay
j
The ninth Annual Silver I fifth place, Team 4, with six husbands or escorts. .1! FLORIST. ..NUESEKY CITRUS IN'- CONTAINERS ZI-..;Op<,-. Sunday

THURSDAY MARCH 28 Tea of the Community i iChurchwomen !jwints; and sixth place, Team ; Spectators are invited, and I! > tgb-ns l -..-. .
(
I FLO WEBS I
$l.SO"To $o.OO
will be held in' 6, with 1 1-2 points. II I these two tournaments could i ,

the educational building onj 1 The monthly luncheon was make some fine watching for.:: For All Occasion* I McK yReallor !
v __ ONE OF THE ORGANIZERS AND A MEMBER Plenty of Blooming Camellia* S. E.
Thursday, March 14,'at 2 pjnlj: held at the home of Mrs. two days.Community. : Welrose Phone: OR 5-2331 '""T;: .--.....
Li OF TilE BOARD WHEN COOPERATIVE The guest-artist musician,i Freda Wyman following the : \ Church News i from 50c up. Rare Camellias',, \4 Lotfc"Lake "Lilly .

WAS CHARTERED IN 1937 Miss Sarah Perry of Jackson- !' play. During a brief business It was again. Ladies Night I'INSURANCE .., grafted, 7.50, up; Plenty of,Terms 16 Lots !Snnw LaUe J
ville will present a musical session the members discus- : at the Community Church i iEvergreens I 1I 77J. Terms Investment tn.ctl'large
And Landscape
F SERVED ON TilE BOARD, 1937 THRU 1944 program, featuring piano and sed the inter-City Play Tournaments Men's Club Feb'. .25., 'Herman i I enough for several IotA ,

harp selections, both classical !-:, for a 9-hole .course. Schroeder showed a j film on ,iI Murrhee Insurance ? Plants am*
and semi-classical. Miss'' They found that' they were i cake decorating, an art he I Let us landscape your home. 'I L'& for recreation!: whfle' bold '

I will appreciate your vote and support in the March 28 election and Perry is also an accomplished ( not eligible for an Inter-pity I perfected 'tod IiiplOled'in his Agency lag' for tavestnifnt. E-Z TwhfO .

pledge my best efforts toward economical operation of our Co-operative, organist, and a member of'4 organization having. .18-hole, I business while-liring in Baltimore <** i 0. C. CARNES NURSERY!9 Bit CB furnished eottage oil r;

and lower rates to our members. If at all posssible, I would like to see our the Jacksonville Symphony j I'course members. Md. Folks know Her- General Insurance "' I IHinay !.'heaujiful Lake. Ilutchinva %

Co-operative paying dividends to its members, as many other Co-operatives Orchestra. I IMn The proposed new club char- man and his wife for their Firecac alty Bond. fctarkr-'$7OlO.Term.}, ) I

are doing. Be sure to attend the annual meeting on March 28 and vote .R. N. Sunderland. general -f ter was discussed, arid Jane'j r 1TUIItIImO uj SJJa-1Ur !n U I 'Allied Lin.' IM 23 mL E. of : KeptoM Heights: Fla. ,

for Wayne G. Watkins, District 2. chairman with Mrs. Dav-f Lacoste and Fern Carter were j [Continued' On Next Pare] Keystone Heights Tel. 473-42851 I at Florabome, Eh.. 681.56651.. F" 413-1816- I




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U/11111111UllAUllla From Preceedlng Page .HHICOCKB.. *. f qp; IOtllfllPxif
life. Mr. Schroeder is Past J1t.;! 11'J1. DESTXLT i' DAYS

President_ : of Rotary while ," ,
Mrs. Schroeder q'TY k: :(
; (IMarguerita] + h '")l
is Past President of the Es- > ryYrt ":: >'
f'':
trellita s s mriw"- t $
Club. <
Together they '"t"t"n. ;::!I
r4 operate their chicken business L
S at Half Moon Lake near Hill- _

j,crest. I .....
Circle 5, of the Community I -. 4' ,

Churchwomen prepared a fine i 1 ,
dinner. Mrs. Bertha Jones isi I APPFIZER'NE

Circle Chairman. They were f nd
assisted by Mrs. Walter Gro-
lUck, Circle 3 Chairman as
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1 town.Mrs. Lee Gaunt was out of 'FERTILIZER

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I
The 'Stewards of the Community -
., ..'..
church will meet Mon- 6-6-6 '
day night. Mar. 11, at 7:30: 4-8-4 FEATURING SAVINGS

will p.m.preside.A. F. Crosby, chairman 50 LB. BAG 50 LB.. AG IN LIBBY'S QUALITY l s c

tRltltOCUns! .
aPE
?
Community Church Women GROCERY PRODUCTS. ;; : S I
f r and interested friends might Q tldEf t ,, fAl'BAtIStl
c $$119. NOW M THE TIME TO
[like to send their Foster
Child in Hong Kong, China. 77 STOCK UP AND SAVE!
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an Easter Card. It will take
, lie by regular mail, and:
,should be sent to: Ho Kwong, hG R s' W- 1
H i n g. Lutheran Primary 5
TIME At
School 124 care Christian I
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Children's Fund 21 Chatham| e LLL }
Road, Kow Loon, Hong Kong, 1 I t r.
China. )
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News From St. Williams
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The Holy Name Society

held a special meeting on Feb. ,.. ,, t'--: ":- ," :,. SIRLOIN OR T BONE
28 at which time they dis- a
'{ cussed a number of things t' I
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'
which were acted:: upon on y' x .e F 1
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March 3, their next meeting .7 3
PRICES GOOD THRU WEEK/ END I I L,

date.The Catholic Club held a QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ; :
productive meeting at the
home of the President L. R. ._ I
"ti\\'
Brault. on March\ 1. Plans 8. 3--- MERCHANTS:; tAl '
were made for a steak: supperto W Creen Stamps I/ -
be held on April 20. More o: bg
announcements about this la- g With the Purchase of 6V4 oz. gg 'J cY Siac'i 6Saiue
ter. : Shave Bomb-Reg. or MentholNOXZEMA ma LB. up V
I >;g ..Jk
Do you have something to '
PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT
I sell on consignment, or some- At Our Regular low Prices PORTER HOUSE OR S
thing to donate to White El- ; a' FRUIT DRINK FOR
ephant Shop? Furniture is / EXPIRES 3-13-63 ooe e e e
1 ;') l CUBESTEAK 93ROUND. _
most in demand at present.At MM OOO MQ YOUR CHOICE OF THE LB ""
the White Elephant Shop FINEST AT A SPECIAL
RUMP SIRLOIN I TIP CREAM STYLE CORN CANS 7 FOR
$
one can find furniture, kitchen LOW PRICE! YOU CAN i 00 Oe4
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wares, household items, "
1111\ s; ALWAYS BE
appliances, shoes, summer and FREE MERCHANTS 111 l ,,' CONFIDENT"boneless WHEN YOU LB 8910 _
t winter clothing, infants wear, 50 Green Stamps SELECT BLUE RIBBON : 17 OZ FOR
<:::s :<::Jg ROUND GROUND OR WH. KERNEL C O R\J CANS 7
toys heaters, a little of ev- With the Purchase of ,QUALITY BEEF .. eee : e

erything.truck will call On at March your 16 hometo a g:.. Fyne Smoke Box of 50 8c tg o ROUND CUBES 89c WITH MOLASSES u oz

pick up'whatever you have g CIGARS gc DEEP BROWN BEAN3nWITH 8 FOR
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for the shop. ==--- ;:o e0
At Our Regular low Prices
The Catholic Club is also ,
EXPIRES 3-13-63. TOMATO SAUCE
planning a paper drive. Other ks\ D LEAN MEATY FRESHPORK 14 oz
churches have found this a ,1.1MMDTIM,\ ; O-OO UUODUVVUUUVUUt DEEP BROWN BEANS n 8:0: e
good source of income, so save
your old magazines and news-; (
QQQQ OOma @g ROAST LB 35
papers, and. they will be .callr: !
ed for. i 8 e! MERCHANTS \\t IIIt. i'lIiix'en1 crrmatch'erm!
'
For only 25c you may enjoy ?- -. B U Green Stamps
coffee and doughnuts or,, a V> "= ___ _
a With the Purchase of n
12 CANS
sweetrolls after Sunday Mass. '; H.A... Bottle Tube .c= BEEF :
This has been a pleasant time!! 8 or :5 BLUE RIBBON QUALITY SMOKED KEY WEST MANGO CORNED 000 2v.s.
for the last three Sundays.i i' g HAIR ARRANGER

Sunday, March 10. is Holy c=.< :Q PORK CHOPS 79STEWINGHENS SNAPPERTILGHMAN'S .. LB. 39c '
At Our Regular low Prices
i Name Sunday. I [ GRADE A FRESH CORNED BEEF HASHESI"
Stations of the Cross are It G'XP'IRE5313'63 FLA. NEW, ENGLAND o

held during Lent at 7:45 poll III' MOi MMMMO iO W 2.SC \ 24 z
STEAfAED.CLAf\S 49c
until 8:15: each Monday evening I ,,
SWEET PEAS .WT.5."S.
Keystone Heights and St. I g '(Q OOQ@ 90 1 t TENDER FARMER GRAY HOT OR MILDSMO.SALJSAGE eee

William's will be well repre. 8 MERCHANTS /\\i II PORK LIVER LB. 19c LB. 59 "OZ "
sented at the St. Augustine 25 Green Stamps TOMATO CATSUP : .5:0;
Deanery NCCW meeting in o:'; "= .
\;; Jacksonville on Wed., March' g:., With the Purchase of Two sgc <::> BOOTH'S BREADED P.S.G. DELICIOUS
13. Any lady wishing to attend c 8... 8 02, Cans lady Fair Butter flako 4 0 LB$14? uoz F
; SHRIMP .
SLI. B.OLOGNALB. 49c
should call Mrs, Lena BISCUITSAt & BOX CUT GREEN BEANS .T.5 FoR
.
i Clemens immediately.The .,....,. FLASH FROZEN FILLET OF .
men of St. William'sHoly Our Regular low Prices

ed to Name attend Society Mass are in Starkeon invit- 'i,1Fl',:) iTI u EXPIRES Mm 3.13-63 0 J GROUPER La 4ge PIZZA PIES, Ea. 59c

Sunday as guests of St.
Edward's Holy Name Society. .0; ---------- ,- .
They are also invited to| -
'breakfast in St. Edward's Hall' .
R. RIE
i afterward PersonalsLast Mass will be 8 a.m. YOUR"CHOICE! MAXWELL HOUSE "BREAKFAST CUP"LIMIT1 IIWB': ,:

Wednesday, Mr. and COFFEE OF


and Stamford.Mrs.aunt,her Robert Mrs.daughter Conn M.; Halle P. visited Crossley Jean Whitmore their who of CO F FEE, $5.00 YOUR FOOD CHOICE ORDER'WITH Ib can 4 '" lib ,3 ,, !i', < ,. FRESH I


i live on Keystone Lake. They s s.s o. e. .
j had been attending the auto-
mobile races in Daytona Beach : SWEET "
I a business and pleasure YOUR CHOICE! .LIMITWITH! $50 FOOD ORDER SNOWDRIFT FYNE-BAKE JUICY
trip for Mr. Crossley. who isI' ,
3 NEW CROP
the editor of Popular Science '

Magazine On the week-end of Feb 22, L58 58'
SHORT NING.LB. LB. J : PINT
Mr. and:! lirs."lo 'd Koons of .. A. j fry
[i Twin Lake were paid a sur- CAN
pl1se151t by their 'cousins. J -
Dr and Mrs.'Wally and Dr- FRESH CRISP .
arid Mrs. Andrews from Aljburqueque YOUR CHOICELIMIT-'WITH SALVO TABLETS PYNE-TEX '
N. M. $5.00 FOOD ORDER CARROTsc BAG o8C

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kyle
i have had as house guests Mr. GT. FRESH PICKED TENDER YOUNG

Liverpool and Mrs. N.George Y, a Quinn suburb of of 'DETERGENT 47oz.PKG..587' 47oz.PKG.:18'

stoners Syracuse.Mr.The and Kyles Mrs.and FrancisP Key- : : : \ POLE BEAt S 2 LBS 29 i

Egan are all from Syracuse -
and the Quinns were .. -
[mutual friends. They all attended 15 OA
the Estrellita Supperon APPLESAUCE BOX
Saturday evening: as guests :pe SUNSHINE COOKIES 37c
'of Mr. and Mrs Egan! e4 I ASST
i
Mrs LyJia! Few is the houseguest >f ; lImm1' MILD LONGHORN BANQUET FROlrfi: DINNERS MENUS 2/89c

|' of :Mr. and Mrs. Bill "

i,Few and sons on East Lake'ieu' ......--....n CHEESE. ..t. . . S9* LIBBY'S FROZEN LIBBY FROZEN LIBBY'S FROZEN LIBBY'S FROZEN
Drive. Mrs. Few, who isllUl's
mother is happy to get r"I' FAMILY LOAF SLICED WHITEBREAD MXYFAIR FRESHCOTTAGE ,
way from the Arkansas < $ $ I
CH .l.2S! FORDHOOK OR ij
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[snow!
t Mr. and Mrs. George M. f FREE, 50' MERCHANTS St 'l cGreve i 2roR29< MAYFA1R RICH BABY LIMAS 4 1001 PKCS MIXED VEGS. 5 t00Z PKGS

Schaeffer and Martha! Jane :::.. lmpsc 0 2J&
(
>were Sunday dinner guests of g: With the Purchase of "CO 8 SLICED THIN CINNAMON} CR. CHEESE .. : 27c 10 OZ

Mr and Mrs. Jim Gaboardi <::::0.; Lady Fair 8" Fresh Baked :"C'2> BREAD FYNE-SPREAD 6 STICK WHIPPEDMARGARINE ORANGE JCE. 4 6 OZ PEAS CARROTS 5 PKGSto I
PASTRY 15 oz 29
and of
( family Melrose. i 'PECAN PIE i L I
Mrs. John Ruffini returnedlast o ..,.... . .,! 29c toaz
[ week with\ her two At Our Regular low Prices GIANT 18 OZ REG 49* (REG,3Sf) MISS"WISCONSIN MEDIUM CHEDDAR BROCCOLI oz GREEN PEAS 5 PKG4 S
{daughters:,: alter a }nice vet EXPIRES 3-13-63 '" fK GS
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PAGE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 7. 1963LAWTEY


.. ....vv.vvvv.yyyvyyy1 contributed from this area I the State Farm Sunday.A f YYYYYYYYYYYY.YYYY'BROOIER fYYYfYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYBy < VYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYlKEYSTONE March 1 to spend a month at! Keystone Lions will hold Sunday Evening Prayer 7 p."

and turned over to Mrs. Bea very pleasant surprise to White Feather Court- an an- Ladies Night on Monday, co.

% Farber, county chairman. Mrs. the members of the Methodist NE\V\ RIVER nual vacation for them for March 11. at the Masonic: COMMUNITY CHURCH

Pearson wishes to express appreciation Church was to have Mr. HILITEStAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA the past ten years. Recently Hall. This is always an en-
KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr.
for the cooperation and Mrs. J. R. Shuford attend Mr. and Mrs. Driesel spent a joyable occasion.On .
Bj Enia BlanehardALLLAAAAAAAA&AAAAIA By Shirley Green&IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAjji Roy TurnerkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A. C. Holt, Minister.
given during this drive. church and visit with friends pleasant time touring Europe Saturday March 9, Civil -
Sunday School. 9:30: a. m.]
.L. Church Schedules after service. No one knew (From Preceeding Page) via Eastern Airlines in observance Defense Rescue Unit 1 of Morning Woship, 11 a. m. Pio- :
Grace Methodist: Church I they were here until they of their Golden the Clay County Civil Defense -
PTA Meeting Notice Mrs. Brook Perryman of R. L. Black has been having neer, Junior, and Senior Youth'
School. 9:45: a. m. Woship, 11 walked In.Sunday. with her family in Jamaica. Wedding Anniversary. Dept. will hold a bene-
Gainesville is '
The M and
Lawtey Junior High: visiting good luck fishing lately.He Groups, 7 p.m. Mrs. GeorgeA.
PTA will meet at 7:30 p. m. am. Evening Service, 7:30: p. dinner guests of Mr. Mrs. J. R. Mott and sons this hooked a 8-pound trout John was there for Christmas Congratulations to Covey fit barbecue pig supper at the Canova organist and mu-

March 12 in the school caf m. MYF each Wednesday. 7:30 and Mrs. J. E. Warren were week. and two smaller ones last but returned after three weeksin Whilden, son of Col. and Masonic Hall, starting at 5:30: sic director.

p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Warren order to go Jo work. Mrs. Albert Whilden, who won Donations will be $1.
eteria. The 8th and 9th Grade : Mr. and Mrs. Salty Lang- Thursday, and three medium- p.m. ,
First Baptist Sunday School and Lynn and Mrs. Herbert Mrs. J. E. Cars- ell of Green
: ford his Eagle Scout Award at the
physical education classes and Miss Sue McDavid sized bass on Saturday.Mrs. FIRST BAPTIST
10 a. m. Worship, 11 a. m. Appleby of Jacksonville, and I Cove Springs has been spend- EPISCOPAL
ANNE'S
attended the Rodeo and Horse Albert Moody and Alachua District Boy Scout ST.
will give a demonstration of Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Mrs. V. H. Appleby of Jack- ing this week with her sister KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Show at CHURCHRev.
last of
Arcadia Friday sons,. and Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Court Honor in February.
exercises for body conditioning Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. sonville Beach. Mrs. 0., J. Murrhee Sr. of J. R. Smith pastor Ralph
and Saturday. Mrs. Langfordwon ert Dobbs and family visitedMr. Covey was one of three boys
carrying out the program each Wednesday Prevatt I Wm. W. Worstall. Copeland. Minister of Musio
Midweek Service Mrs. J. C. surprised Keystone Heights.Mr. ,
second place in barrel ra- and Mrs. Chester Moody awarded the highest Scout '
topic "Understanding Physical Mr. Prevatt with birth Vicar. and( church organist.
7:30 a
: p.m. and Mrs. Ray Tomneyof
cing. Mr. Langford came in and family of Keystone honor.
Fitness." Personals day dinner Sunday. Those second in cutting.Mr. Heights one night last week. Liverpool'N.: Y. were recent Congratulations also to I Daily offices, 8:30: amto Services: Sunday School )t]

Lawtey Junior High stud- Mrs. O. J. Phillips has returned helping celebrate the occasion and Mrs. Jack Pinks- Think all the trailer park I overnight guests of Mr. and Miss Carroll Baker, daughterof I 5 pjnHoly Eucharist, Wed- 9:4: a. m. Morning Worship

ents won the Bradford Coun- from an extended visit were Mr. and Mrs. Truman ton of Silver Spring, Md.tare folks do their weekly grocery I Mrs. Louis Kyle. The Tom- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker nesdays, 10 a.m. Holy Eucharist 10:50 a. m. Training Union

ty Track Meet in 1962 because with her sister and other relatives Norman and Reggy Mr. and visiting his mother. Mrs. Mary shopping in Starke each Fri- i neys were on their way to Ri- for winning top honors with on 1st and 3rd Sundays 7:00: p. m. Evening service

of their good physical in Miami. Mrs. Bobby Norman and children Green, this week. day. Among those I glimpsed viera Beach for a vacation.We her prize bull, Lightning -so each month. Morning Prayer 8:01: p. m. You are invited to

condition and training. We Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Grantof Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Har- J. E. Townsend was the last Friday were Mrs. Holly, are happy that the Wo- named because he replaced 2nd and 4th Sundays. Litany I share family Prayer time with

hope to have that trophy to Middlebrook, N. Y. are per and family, Mr. and Mrs.J. i weekend guest of his daugh- Mrs. Black, and Mrs. Moody. man's Club has taken it upon the other bull that was killed Serv.k on any 5th Sunday. us.

exhibit at this meeting. :spending the week with Rev. C. Prevatt, Jr. of Lake ters, Kay and, Julia, at Pompano Robert V. Turner ahd family themselves to sponsor a return -I'I by lightning. When others .
The Lawtey students have and Mrs. W. A. Fox. They are Butler Mr. and Mrs. Fonzo
Beach. i of the State Farm visited engagement of the local might have given Carroll
up
high expectations for the on their way to South Floridafor Prevatt and family, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott I ROT Turner last Friday, and talent Vaudeville Show. When started all over again, and:, Gl I L A 0 0 That's Our Business f

1963 meet also. Be on handto a visit. Mrs. Ralph Wise, Mrs. Joyce were guests of Mr. arid Mrs.C. Brant remained with 'his I they had it in Melrose on Jan. came out on top. H U U "If It's Glass We Have It" I
evidence of well- Futch, Mrs. Selma Eunice at
planned see physical education a Clyde Wainwright of Bar- dinner. In the afternoon Earl H. Layfield in Gainesville,. '. grandfather until Saturday I 19, we and a lot of others had We are glad to see Janet ( I CALL WRITE or VISIT

.tow spent the weekend with Sunday. night.A to miss it because there was Lamm back in circulation a- '
Teston, :Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie .j R' FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S
program. his parents Mr. and Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green School class
new Sunday the annual meeting of the gain after her bout with the '
Warm-up Night Teston, and Dick Thomas
C. Wainwright. Mr. and Mrs.L. and daughters of Jacksonvillewere has been organized at the Dupont Mining Employees flu. 1
At Lawtey Jr. High called to express happy birth GLASS CO.
L. Wainwright of Talla- : day wishes. Sunday guests of Mr. New River Baptist Church Credit Union on the same eve- A lot of Keystoners missed ii j
The following schedule of hassee called the \Valnwright's and Mrs. Dave Green. and will Include mar-
on young
ning. Incidentally here's a Vesta Aiken's regular visit visit I I 't7fjJA; : (NOT INC.)
events is announced for Rev. Drury of Jacksonvillewas Mr. and Mrs. Ronald ried to"35 of i
Sunday. Reg- couples up years tip for Woman's Club ticket "
last week. Vesta also had Peters Glass
Joe Co.
7ryyAJ .
I "Formerly
Warm-up Night to be held tonight Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. guest speaker at First ister and son of Jacksonville I I
sellers: Be to contact all the flu hear. On Mondayof #'
age.We sure we I We Design Modern Store Fronts
[Thursday, March 7] at Truby Wainwright during the Baptist Church Sunday eve- visited Mr. and Mrs. J. H. are having just lots of DuPont employees and their this week she able I
the school: ning. Rev, and Mrs. Charles Sullivan and family Tuesday sickness, mostly flu. Among was Just Mail Us A Pattern For
weekend were Miss Rebecca
families who didn't get to go to get to the regular play,
FUN, 5:30: Father vs son; of Harvey of Heilbronn Baptist night. those stricken are the Floyd II Table Tops
Wainwright, daughter Mr. the first time! luncheon, and business meet-
baseball game. Equipment is and Mrs. B. C. Wainwright of Church and Mrs. Drury attended Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ed- Parrish family Mrs. Herbert Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dries- ing of the Women's Golf As- 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353

available to lend to the fathers Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. Jack the services. wards and daughters were Parrish. Mrs. Reddish An- el of Lawrence. Mass. arrived sociation of the Country Club. I
for this occasion. Mrs. W. Fred Moore was a drews and Harold Mr.
son
Wainwright and family of weekend guests of Mr. and ,
FOOD. 6:30: After the guest at a luncheon giveiTby and Mrs. J. T. Parrish and
Waycross. Ga., Mr. and Mrs.L. Mrs. John Dykes at Salt
game, appetites should be L. Wainwright and child- Mrs. Will Edwards at her Springs.Mr. two children, and Mr. and
worked up to a good point. home in honor of her sister, Mrs. Donald Welch and little
ren of Tallahassee, and Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
so dont forget the food and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo of Tampa, Vickeryand daughter., Troy Dukes and
and Mrs. L. H. Futch Mrs. J. son of Gainesville visitedMr. AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY III .
tea to be served in the school R. Wainwright and Gene Wednesday of last week in and Mrs. Earl Green and Murlie Crews are still on the
cafeteria. Jacksonville. Other guests sick list also. I
FILM, 7:30 This is an Shaw of Starke. were Mr. and :Mrs. David family Sunday afternoon.Mr. Rev. Rex Brookins had to I_

opportunity to become familiar Mrs. Alan Carter and child- Moore of Jacksonville.Mrs. ana Mrs.' Carl Huff Jr. come alone for his regular __ n_____ .

with the advantagesour ren of Jacksonville visited Mr. John Shuford is spend- and family of Jacksonvilleand appointment last week, as his Auto Electric ServiceAutomotive AUTO SALVAGE FARM & INDUSTRIAL !MUSIC SUPPLIES

youth have in organized and Mrs. Spurgeon Massey ing the week with her son, Joe Mrs. Huff's sister Fran- son Richard, had flu. Rex I II I

league baseball. and children Sunday. Shuford, and family in St. cis. and family of New York came down with it Sundayand I Central Tractor Co.

Heart Fund Drive Mrs. Ruth Barthlow and Augustine.Mr. State were visiting Mrs. Dosh-
had to return home that 1
Electric Paul's Auto SalvageWe FORD TRACTORS Gridley Music
Mrs. Eugene Pearson. chair- Mrs. Ray Nugen and Ruth and Mrs. Harold Nor- ia Prescott last Sunday. afternoon.
Ford
Farming: Implemeats
man of the Heart Fund Drivein were visiting :Mrs. Mae B. man are visiting relatives In Mrs. Ophelia Moore and Kathy Campbell and Susan Buy Wrecked Cars At Agricultural Industrial Co. Inc.
the Lawtey area states Wells. Mrs. A. H. Harley. and Miami. Their children are sons and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Werre attended the 4-H Club Service
TOP PRICESAll Complete Service & Parts Dept.
that a total of $114.02 was Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dorko at enjoying a visit with their Simmons of Gainesville visited Rally Day in Starke last Saturday Repairs Our Specialty Good Used Equipment CENTRAL FLORIDA'S

grandparents Mr. and Mrs. the Stephen Foster Memorialat Makes & :Models Used
4188 N. W. 6th. Gainesville
L. P. Rafuse. White Springs Sunday. Starters Generators Ignition Parts : Complete Music Store
Due to the illness of the PHONE 376-5430
Terwillegar Motors Mrs. George Estes has returned A-2c and Mrs. Tommy Cox I church organist. Mrs. Brook- Regulators, "Solenoids, Teletype Service -We will find I Pianos by Baldwin, Storey
I from Kingsport, ,Tenn. are home on leave with her ins, we had to call on Mrs. Aramatures any part for you. FLOOR COVERING Clark, Henry L. Miller-

where she was called to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leon Holly to play for Sun- Water Fuel Phone 376-4512 Fbehrk
& Pumps
1961 VolkswagenWhite brother L. R. McCulley, who Green, and family for 23 days. day School. Mrs. Holly is cap- 1301 S. Main Gainesville Central Florida Tile Organs by Baldwin &: Conn

passed away Tuesday of last We wish to express our able and willing, and fits in Exchange Service on Starters Gibson & Gretch Guitars-
sympathy to the family of and GeneratorsWholesale & Marble Co. Amplifiers
Tires Black in Color week.Mr. wonderfully in any part of
and Mrs. Bobby Ben- Mrs. Alva Colson,'who passed the church.Mr. Retail CARPETS BY 1004 N. MainGainesville

I Like New, One Owner nett of Daytona Beach Miss away last week. and Mrs. George Weere AUTO TIRES Lee's, Monarch, Loomweave, Shopping Center

Margaret Miles of Lake But- Junion Class T. U. Party had as weekend guest Mr. 620 S. Slain Gainesville Downs

ler, and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mrs. Howard Douglas- and Mrs. Douglas Thomas of PHONE 372-6990 FOR THE BEST IN Room Size-Wall to Wall

S129500Your Thompson of Jacksonville were tertained her Junior Training Sylvester Gr. Mrs. Weere ac- RECAPPINGCars Installation New and URdPIANOS

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Troy Union Class last Friday night companied them back home. Trucks- Tractors Armstrong and Kentile

Bennett Sunday. with a skating party and Roy Turner was on the rural AUTO BRAKES 100% Grade A Cold Rubber Floor CoverlnCCUIPLETE GUITAUSDltUMSSIIF.El'

Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lu- weiner roast. The group en- mail route Monday, sub- Factory Trained Recapper LINES OF MUSIC I

ther Billiard and children joyed skating in Gainesvillewith stituting for the regular car- TILES MARBLE Budget TermsLilian's

i during the weekend were Mrs.J. a weiner roast later at rier, R. J. Turner Sr. Hull's Brake Supply Tire & 1540 Waldo} Ud. G'ville 376-6406
English Music
Store
A. Ogilvie Mr. and Mrs. the Community Center. Mrs. Susan Weere spent Satur-

Sonny Kite and children, Mr. Guy Harrell assister Mrs. day afternoon with Mr. and "BRAKE SPECIALISTS"For Recapping FURNITURE "Gainesville Leader"

and Mrs. Raymond Suber, Douglas with the party. Mrs. Donald J. Dukes in I Since 1933

Mrs. Donald Suber and children Jacksonville. Every Car or Truck I 1027 :MainGainesville Home Beautiful 112 S. E. First Gsimetvlll

Friendly I all of Jacksonville.A yyyyyyyyyyyyyy..y.y.EVERGREEN Margie Campbell spent the Turning Grinding Relining 372-2197
I good many folk from Furniture Co.
weekend with her sister Betty
While You Wait i
; Lawtey attended Homecoming Rhoden, in Starke. COMPLETEDECORATING MOVER
State BankIS I I II Automatic TransmissionsONE
Community I
Sunday. A special feature was By Airs. Minnie I
I L. Redding Glenda Andrews, with her I 372-1497 Carpet-Vast SelectionDraperies
I a hymn, "Let Others See Jesus DAY SERVICEALL -Nationally Known Gainesville
lovely voice as soloist at New
Phone
in Me" sung by the congregation 7824232&AAAAAALAAAAAAA&AAj44 MAKESREPAIRAND Brands
River Baptist Church. One i
: in honor of Mrs. AUTO SALES & SERVICE EXCHANGE Guaranteed Price and
could not .help but receive a
.. < i, Lula Norman who is the old. Guaranteed Satisfaction Mayflower
w est charter member living. Miss Virginia Gaskins and spiritual blessing from her Gator Automatic (Convenient Terms! ,
Jack Sikes of message in song, and all are LINCOLN MERCURY
Good singing was enjoyed in Jacksonvillewere LOCAL AND LONG
FREE PARKING
the afternoon. Sunday guests of- the invited Friends to attend are giving our services-a stork POMET FIAT METCOR Transmission ServiceINC. 1703 N. Main Gainesville DISTANCE MOVING 'J

; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Doug- Fisher Gaskins family. Authorized Sales-Service- Storage And Crating
ON las and daughters of Miami Mr.. and Mrs. Wandell Hern- shower Sunday afternoon, Gainesville Phcne 378-5221
don and children I March 10, at 3 o'clock in the Parts GARDEN SUPPLIES
: were visiting Mr. and Mrs. of Lake City I '
Oscar Carter during the week( spent Sunday with the W. H. recreation room at the New Trained MechanIcsGoodUsed 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.)

Friday EveningsFROM end. They came up to Palatka Morgans and attended church River Baptist Church, honor- Cars Gainesville PHONE 372-0372 Johnson & Faris, Inc. Security Transfer

where they attended the with them. ing Mrs. JoAnn Fussell. All
Complete Line of
I, funeral of Raymond Waters, The Robert Rosiers of Jack- friends are invited. Barkley Motors BUILDING MATERIALSRidgway SEEDSPLANTSFERTILIZERS- & Storage, Inc.
a former resident of Lawtey. sonville were Sunday visitorsof .f

Mrs. Floyd Martin and the James.Rosiers. fTYYYYYYY VVVVVVVVVTVYlGRAHAM 615 N. Main, GainesvilleB AGENTS FOR
I I'I Insecticide*-Pet
Supplies
4:00: to 6:00: P.M.For I'I daughter arrived Monday to Mr. and Mrs.. Edgar Strick- "We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders" FOGARTY BROS, I
be with her mother, Mrs. Hes- land of Green Cove were visiting Roof

ter Hicks, on her' birthday and the Otis Brawers and By Richard CainJAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4J & G Motors Co. 224 N. W.372-0476 8th Ave.PIIONE TRANSFER, Inc.

Your Convenience : to visit for a, few days. Mrs. Daisy Pringle last Satur- Truss Co.

i Misses Linda and Janet day. Mrs. Pringle was sick but CADILLAC-OLDSMOBII4E Gainesville, Fla. Local & Long Distance Moving t

i stroughton and Deleon And- is much improved at this writ- Mrs. Mary Vicari was F-85-mLLMAN Wood TrancesPrefabricated & LADIES WEAR CratfngL Storage-Packing- j
:
WHY DON'T YOU TAKE ADVANTAGE OF :, erson of Jacksonville visited ing. home over the weekend. She Components Phone 376-2666

Miss Dianne Thomas and the Sunday visitors of the .Quincy has been in Keystone Heights.Mr. Sales and Service Any Size Free Estimates 1040 So. Main Gainesville ,

THESE HOURS TO DO YOUR BANKING family Saturday. Donald Rosiers were Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. George 1132 So. Main GainesvilleTel. Cherry'sGainesville's
2001 N. W. 13th. Rt 441
Thomas of Wildwood visited Edmund Rosier and family .of Sparks of. Gainesville were 312-3961-COllect Call
the Thomases for a few days. Macclenny. PHONE 376-7515 Most Fashionable OFFICE EQUIPMENT )
visiting his brother and sis-
Address For
Ladies
Community State Bankof Mr. and Mrs. Douglas [Bud- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clark .\'
ter-in-law here, Mr. and Mrs.
die Thomas of Sylvester, Ga. and son of Jacksonville were Albert CEMENT DRESSESSUiTSCOATSMATERNITY

Starke 'visited Mr. and Mrs. James visiting Mr. and Mrs. Willie I. Mr. and Sparks.Mrs. Leslie Jones Crane Motor Co. WEARACCESSORIIS Parker's I

Wainwright and children Sun- Reddish and Henry Reddish \
.. day. last Sunday. and Albert Thomas all of LARK ANGLIA- LINTELS WINDOW SILLS 105 W. University, Gainesville Gainesville's Most ($Complete Office j\\

The Eugene McDonalds of Hampton were visiting with STEPPING STONES I Equipment & Machine
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones Sun- ENGLISH FORD MATERNITY WEARNan's t
Jacksonville spent the week- "If It's Cement Wi Cast If! Store.

end with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde day.Claude MERCEDES BENZ -VOLVO Cement : Complete Office Planning
I Griffis. Hall and Mr. and
Underwood Products
Authorized Sales & Service
I Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Mos- Mrs. Sweat were visiting his Precast Products Stork Shop 601 W. University Ave.

.. I ley and family of Jacksonville mother, Mrs. Debbie Hall "Complete Service for All 2033 N. E.27th Ave Gainesville Gainesville :372-2555
.. I visited relatives here Sunday Thursday. Makes' I PHONE 372-0953 Special Occasion Dresses To i
i and were dinner guests of Mr. and' Mrs. L. E. Ratliff Every Day Sportswear "

.. i the Earl Mosleys. were in Lake City Sunday. 506 E. University Ave. Formals-Long Dresses, Slim I Ii i ROOFING

: : ARE YOU ONE OF THE I Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gas- Mrs. Ruth Frazier was visiting PHONE 372-4343 CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST I Jim Shorts Matching Tops

i kins. and daughters and El- in Miami last week. BABY GIFTS -4-

432 / ":' i rita Crawford were visiting in Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Starling Gainesville, Fla. 114 So. Main Gainesville The Helzel Co.
; THAT ALL YOUR
Jacksonville last Saturday. nre"In Miami recently with

\ WHO HAVE NOT SIGNED YOUR '. I Mrs. Mabel McClellan is a Lem,Parrish who ,has been CONCRETE PRODUCTS MEN'S STOREH. ROOFING
: sick but is much VOLKSWAGENSalesServiceParts ARE THE BEST FROM
patient in Bradford Improved .
County I SHEET: :METALS
HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION \

APPLICATION -" i! Hospital.Rev. Mathis brought the now..Mrs.. Rex Huffacker, who I Edwards Building M. Chitty & Co. AIR pONDrnOMNQ '

I i has been in Trinida, is home Miller-Brown Inc. SINCE 1902 Too Small
0 -': "'- ,. morning message at Evergreen MotorsInc. Supply, No Job Too Large Or
; Church last Sunday, and we at thistime.. Curlee Suits 202 S. E. 4th St. Gainesville
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."p. 9 S .. ::. J t I had a guest speaker,Rev.Wal- ton Mr, and Mrs. Billy Brough- I 726 S. Main-372-4844 Arrow, :Norris Casual Shirts PHONE S72-U91
of
Gainesville
I ler of Jacksonville Sunday were visit- Gainesville Fla. & Underwear:

.. night ing with his parents Mr. and PHONE 372-3532 Stacy Adams Nunn-

; DEAD ,LINE' . Mrs. Carl Broughton recently. Busch Shoes.
: Wedding Announcement PHOTO SHOP
1030 E. Ave. ELECTRIC :MOTORS
University
Also .
APRIL 1ST. Miss Virginia Gaskins and visiting them Monday Stetson & Mallory Hats. \

'. : ". ; Jack Sikes will be married I I was their son Bobby. Gainesville 1 S.E. First St. Gainesville
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; !, Saturday, March 9. at 8 p.m., Most of the people who I Electric Motor Fuller's Foto Inc. {
,. | have, been sick ,
in Evergreen Baptist Church. on our list for

\.. '. I| The reception will be held at' the past few weeks are much DODGE-D.UT- Repair Co. MotorcyclesScootersStreit's Central Florida's Finest 'i'
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.. : the home of her parents. Mr. 'I' better now and are up and DODGE TRUCKS OF GAINESVILLE, INC. Selection of \J

.: 'wo' :,ij! ;' ', '. .. :, : and Mrs. Fisher Gaskins. All about. Those that remain are COMPLETE ELECTRIC Bicycle Shop
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Mrs.B. Broughton who is still Sales-Parts-Serv1ce Cushman New & Used Cameras 'i j
.. : friends and relatives are invited. & Vespa Scooters
'43 -) 't I lin the Bradford County Has- USED CARS TOO :MOTOR Ducati BSA-Zondapp
I SALES AND SERVICE Photographic Equipment &; )\
Gene LONG i pital. and Mrs. L. Willis who Motorcycles-Sales &: Servic

: THE RIGHT POINT for the| is. home. Poole-Gable Motors, "Distributor of SCHWINN BICYcLES .nSDPPUes j:,
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..- w.. ;i ; Tax Assessor : ray yon write. Com in and! Mrs. Irma'Caln and daU 1I New Lincoln Motor, Locksmith & Safe Work Black & White Finishing ;

tIwt your favorit ESTER-I j I ter of Gainesville were visit- 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville: PHONE 373-8318 6615 W. University Ave. In Before Noon-Out ati |:
; BROOK Fountain. Pen. TELE- with
i ing Mr. and Mrs. Carl
PHONE 373-4343 1030 S. Main, Gainesville Gainesville 376-7761 619 W. University Gainesville j
,1 1 GRAPH. t Jones recently. I,

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