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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 14, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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301 and U. S. 19-27
as top
': priority primary projects in

f IT the coming budget year Road The County Commission, at a special meeting here i

4 P1 Iii k Board member Ralph Powers For County Tuesday morning voted to employ architect Frank !
{J; announced last week follow- '
George of Palatka "to prepare preliminary data and
ing the
annual budget hear- estimates" in connection with the courthouse
I ings in Lake City. I proposed

According to Powers, 301 Board Authorizes project as a basis for application to the Community !

," and 19-27 are considered "off- Facilities! Administration for government assistanceed. I

the-top" priority projects by Scoutmaster Receives Award and loan. need of for the
more space I
Sponsored By Starke Merchants the Bryant administration- The board instructed its attorney -
functions of his office. He
The program calls for four- Bill Shiner (left), Boy Scout Neighborhood Commissioner,: Restricting StudyThe H. V. Knight, to draw I
laning 301 from the Georgia presents Scouters Training Award to David Montgomery,' up a contract for the employ- said, however. that even if he I

I Thur. Fri. Sat. Mar. 14 15 1 16 line into Marion County, and Troop 70 Scoutmaster at the Rotary Club luncheon meeting ment of Mr. George to be agreed to the proposal, he I

four-laning 19-27 from the last week. Rotary is the sponsoring organization for Troop' Board of County Commissioners cincts. He said that with a submitted to the board at a doubted very much if the citizens !
south city limits of Chiefland I meeting here Tues more equal distribution of vot- later meeting for approval
70. would "ac
Present for the occasion was Airs. Montgomery, wife of of the county !
.i See The Bargains Displayed north.It the Scoutmaster.The day, authorized Charles Hardy .. ers in precincts a system could Although the matter has not cept" removing the county ;
was also announced in to go forward with developing be worked out so that election been brought up at a public
Lake City that, preliminary award was made by the National {Council of Boy a plan for redistricting county returns could be complete in meeting, it was learned this judge's office from the court- I

J On The Sidewalk! processing has been done on Scouts of America upon the recommendation of the North commissioner districts in the each precinct in about an week that some members of house. .:

a proposed $450,000 bond issue Florida Council. In order to qualify, a scoutmaster must county, as well as revising voting hour after the polls closed. the board have been looking Attorney Knight said that

i! Be Sure To Register At All for AIachua County to pur- have served at least three years. Montgomery Is in his seventh precincts. This would make it unnecessary into the possibility of renting in the event of a remodellingand
chase right-of-way for four- year as Scoutmaster of Troop 70. The action was taken at the to install expensive voting half of the remodelled Register -
Co-operating Stores --- Nothing To Buy! laning 301 through that coun- request of John A. Torode. machines at any time in building on South Walnut. addition job to the pres-
ty. The Alachua I St. for i ent courthouse the county
j Commission who pointed out the need for the foreseeable future. Hardy possible county use.
adopted a resolution at its After Much DebateCouncil .. reapportioning commissioner If this plan materializes, it judge would have to find other

VALUABLE PRIZES TO BE February meeting asking the districts in the county, as well said.Commission Chairman Carl is possible that the other half quarters temporarily.

State Road Department for a as revising voting precincts. : Prevatt agreed that the time of the building would be usedas Commissioner Jerome Johns
bond issue to be financed Grants Permit Torode pointed out that the was due- or past duefor new quarters for the Starke
from the county's 80 per cent commissioners are required by action on redistricting, and Public Library. Mrs. Edward said at the meeting Tuesday
GIVEN AWAY\ SATURDAY P.M. surplus gas tax funds. It will law to fix the boundaries of the board voted unanimouslyto Burns, Starke librarian, met that he thought the board was

probably be July before moneyis For Third Cab CompanyAfter their district from time to have Hardy go ahead with with the board Tuesday morn- in agreement on the need fora

available on this issue. time. so they will be as nearly his planning for a revision of ing and reported that the new courthouse building,

See List of Stores on Page Seven. The Alachua commissionis more than an hour's there," Wiggins said. "I don't equal in proportion to popula- district and precinct lines. Register Building could be a- and expressed surprise at a
seeking funds to purchase debate tion as possible.At The final dapted to use as a library,
during a public hear- believe two companies can plan will be submitted revival of the "remodellingand
right-of-way on the 27 milesof ing Tuesday night Starke's make a living." He also pointed the present time it was to the commission for ap with certain changes. She said
To Present To FEA U. S. 301 in their that the extension" idea.
rental
countyin city council voted to permit a out the added expense of pointed out Commissioner proval. suggested $100a
anticipation that construction third cab;) company to operatein operating a cab since liability District 5 [Brooker. New Riv- Clerk of the Court CharlesA. month. would be paid by the The board employed an architect -

Bradford contracts will be let on the city.Council insurance has jumped to $240 eli has a total of 304 regis- Darby said that redistricting library and would be withinits several years ago to

.' Columbia Teachers it during the present admInis- voted to give Brow- per year per car. tered voters while District 2 might require a general budget. make a study of the feasibilityof

tration. ard Akridge of Starke a per- To further his cause, at [North Starke has 2353. re-registration in the county. Mrs. Burns said the library remodelling and addition
a
Powers said that no definite mit to operate & taxi servicein Mayor Randal Chitty's sug- Hardy said that an equally and said the board would have however would have to know ,
Adopt Pay Hike Resolution schedule has been set for bad situation exists in who the tenant in the other project as opposed to a complete
con- spite of the protests of gestion, Akridge presented the regard no funds to use for this pur- J'
I struction of 301 through Al- George Simpson owner ofSimpson's council a petition bearing ,9 8 to voting precincts, which the pose until next October or half of the building would be new building. This report -
arhna rmnntv hut thD..... fliA law so that the two operations filed with the board in
says should be as equal in
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School teachers from the in Brdaford ; would be December 1960, termed the re-
pared County by portion between Waldo compatible.
population
said there is not now enough they believe there is a need as possible. "Pre-
Bradford and Columbia County members of the local county the Bradford County line is demand in Starke to allow for his company a factor cinct 4 [Graham] has 69 reg- year.Torode? said the job should Though not brought out at! modelling Job "economically
Education Associations have the next contract to be let after istered voters, while North not the meeting it was learned I unsound, poor judgment and
education_ i association; ,who feel] two taxi services to operatein which apparently weighed be delayed that long, "
Joined tog ther i to present a a section in Duval County Starke has 2,353" later that Chairman Carl Pre- impractical.
Hardy since it
not the black financially and heavily in the council's deci- must be done in an
they are
resolution Basking for ,8:, mini getting acequate between Baldwin and Max- that a third should sion. odd-numbered and vatt had asked" Mrs. Burns to Chairman Prevatt said Tuesday -
company year sug-
rmum salary of $1>,868 per year service from FEA, their parent ville], which is scheduled to not even be considered.Akridgrormerlyoperated. "That a'list said.The election official said gested that the money could meet with members of the he didn't know anything
people
on
'Ito the convention of the FloridaEducation group. Columbia County voted I be let this month. many- in this places an unnecessary be raised by private'subscrip board .t.ths.Reglster'buildinglast bout: that.,report.. .". <**. -- -
'In favor of the minimum a is actually a complaint one
Association in Jacksonville pay Work is currently in pro burden on poll workers and tion to advance Friday to view the prop- Prevatt of thee new
recommended by the BEA, and taxi service in the city and sense of the word." Chairman for the work was one
this weekend. gress on four-laning 301 tabulators in the erty with an eye to joint coun- boardin
larger
pre- and the members coming onthe
I commission could
oned: this county in its ef- said he wants to go back into Ruby Johns stated. repay
Bradford County teachers through Clay County from it later. ty and library use. January 1961 at which time
the .
business because of the
I
orts. on the condition the Simpson also told the council -
last week mailed Highland, and in Bradford Not7Cemetery I County Judge T. A. Yawn
over 6.000 Torode said that the Gil- the. proposed courthouse plan-
clause how the many requests for service he
that
concerning "the taxi business is
copies of the resolution to, County south from Starke to christ said this week that he had halted. the architect
had County Commission is ning was
I continuing contract rule effects has from prospective customers. getting just little out ofhand"
schools in the state. The local: the Alachua County line. He maintained that if a Is ProposedFor being sued to force redistricting been approached by Chairman paid for work to that date.
teacher pay be added. when he. reported that
Prevatt in
teachers also plan to present someone would go after it the there, and said he hoped regard to possibly and dismissedA
the resolution to the FEA con- Local teachers say they plan Dixie Court Sold demand is present. his competitor' was cutting BlandingLegislation the job could be done here making use qf the Register lively discussion developed -
fares 10
cents below the 35c
to work through their parent building for the county judge'soffice.
vention meeting Thursday, Friday without similar action being
a the
to whether
and Saturday at the Jack- organization, the FEA, if pos- To SappenfieldMr. "I've been approached many minimum set last year by the Yawn has repeatedly Tuesday as
I brought against the board. should decide ona
times by people wanting me council. "Simpson had requested for a national commission
sonville Coliseum. :ible. and that their first step I expressed to the board the
viII ,be to have the resolution and Mrs. William [Bill to go back into the business I. the 35 cent'minimum, he cemetery on a portion of the site first, and then have the I
Carrying two major clauses ipproved at the convention this Brown have sold the Dixie and I'm not afraid to try it," said, because he was >losing Camp Blanding reservationwas ; ; architect start his planning,

the resolution reads, "that the weekend. Motor Court back to Albert Akridge told the council. money hauling for 25 cents. introduced: in congress or whether the architect could I
basic minimum salary of a Tuesday by Rep. D. R. [Billy] 1 go ahead with planning and I
Sappenfield of Deland the The vote to grant Akridgethe Clerk Merrill Edwards read
Unless teacher is in.
certified Rank III teacher In pay to the site later. Noth-
Teased substantially, the local former owner. Mr. sappen- permit was three to one the minutes from two meet- Matthews. The proposal was :; ; : ;: : adapt it :
the schools of the Stateof decided.
public
made in the face of an exist- ing definite was
eachers that Florida will field will take over the opera- with Councilman Orie Wig- ings last August when the tiIfP4fT4
Florida shall be less than say
no lever be able: to attract an tion of the business April 1. gins, who once owned a per- council had passed a motionto ing government policy against Jimmy Moore local boat
that of the average of comparable 'dequate number of qualified Mr. and Mrs. Brown would centage of a taxi service here set a 35c minimum cab expansion of the national dealer and service station op.
salaries offered to
Low cite like to remain in Starke. and but sold it, voting against the fare within the old town limits. cemetery system. erator expressed opposition
:eachers. they
., most of t the college graduates 'ias caused pay many potential are "house hunting" tt the motion for the permit and At a subsequent meeting, Florida's rapid growth rate _' to moving: the courthouse
in those fields or areas of in edu- present time. Councilman Seeber Goodman Simpson presented a schedule, and its rising veteran population from its present location, pre-

I similar college training and, in 'eachers ation in, who college majored, to go into Mr.Sappenfield Is the builder abstaining."The which the council also approved now standing at an -: dicting that this would tendto

!, no instance to be lower than 'ther professions.They of Trail and Desert Isle ::1 question in my mind to charge 35 cents within estimated 665,000, is sufficientto t. scatter the business district

55,868 per year." Motels at Lawtey. 1 is whether or not the need is [Continuel! on Page 6] overweigh that policy in ; rather than hold it together.R. .

The second major clause of point out that the this instance, Rep. Matthews J__ J-k.e- H. Mclntire, Chamber !
I the resolution says "that any iverage starting salary of en- For First WinBaseballers believes. :of Commerce executive-dir- !

o teacher who is qualified for a ineering students is $6,720, He noted that the state now : tor told the board that the ;
I continuing contract except because accounting students, $5,916; has only two such cemeteriesone : Chamber and the Bradford
,ales students, $5,748; general i at St. Augustine. which Authority
,
of a break in service 01 County Development
I justness trainees, $5,100, and Beat Baker 132After is and the oth-
I I because of changing counties already filled is negotiating with & trailer j
; Shall be treated, for purpose jther fields, $5,856. The $5,868 er at Fort Barrancas near : 4.i manufacturer who is interested
l recommended for the _
I of state salary allocations anr 'igure Pensacola.The in establishing a
I eginning- teachers is the aver- having a co-hitter and freshman third-sacker and catcher Marty Starling- -- site of the proposednew TTpJft plant here, and asked the

same as one having continuing ige of the starting :salaril1 lhrown at them last Friday in Dwight Elder drove a sharp trippled to score them both. facility would be about : board's cooperation in site

I contract" Under present Florida Isted. their first game BradfordHigh's single between short and third Starling was then thrown out eight miles east of Starke at preparation if this material
,
law a teacner o wno cnangeicounties The resolution also points ] Tornado baseballers for Starke's first hit of tha at home plate trying to the intersection of State I izes. :

or has a break in :out that 5,785 teachers resign-j roared !back Tuesday to defeat season to score Jackson. A stretch his hit into a home Roads 16 and 215. Highway 11 Pound Bass Fooled By Lure The board assured Mr. Mc I

his continous service must :d from Florida schools during j Macclenny 13-2. series of walks gave the Tor- 215 forms a cut-on between Intire of its cooperation if f

start back at the same salary he le 2.63 school term and Senior Bill Jackson and nadoes their second run. run.The final two runs of the 16 and 21 to Middleburg. This Local fisherman Burge Searing poses for the Telegraph and when title to the property

as a beginning teacher and get hat the prevailing teacher :Sophomore Mark Hamilton In the second inning the inning came when Elder sin- site is a portion of the reservation camera with an 11 pound black bass he caught. last Wednes- is vested in the Development I

no credit for tenure. shortage in the state is 2,946| I threw a two-hitter at the Tornadoes added five more as gled for his second hit, center- not being used for any day on a Johnson spoon. The young fisherman also caught Authority.A I
I Wildcats Tuesday as the Tor- three walked in and right cause of the 10 run rule. purpose at this time.
The resolution wag first pre- runs four other bass for a total of 20 pounds of fish. lie went request from Sheriff P.
) l nadoes banged out eight hits. fielder Mike Waters drove in. an error and then left fielder Congressman Matthews conferred !
218 Berry Flats back to the same place the next two days running and took 26 D. Reddish for the expenditure !-
Apparently the absence of last the two others with the first, Fred Wheeler doubled to drive with Chamber of Commerce $100 :
Snipped Friday year's leading hitter. Ken Ter- of two hits. It was the same! in two runs. The Tornadoes. officials here several I pounds of bass one day and 36 the other. of approximately for the new ;
FAIR him about 15 minutes to land the big for a lavoratory
said it took
when then scored more unearned months ago regarding the pro- Searing
rell did not bother the Torna- I. story in the third frame l one at the county I
frame in posed cemetery. fish. Just before he caught the big one, he said, another I conference room
ASSOCIATIONAnnual Bradford County's 1963 does as they collected two freshman shortstop Don Falcon o run in the fifth jail was approved. !
strawberry season got off toa runs in the first inning as I trippled and scored on]l which they did not bat because monster broke his line. I!

MeetingAnd modest start last Friday Jackson got on base on an error Waters to third with a single inning rule because of Cub Pack 70 I

when 218 flats were shipped catcher Marty Starling game. Jackson then advanced I the 10 run rule.Macclenny's Sets Training Civic Roundtable To Sponsor Rains Keep I

from the Starke Farmers Mar- fanned Jackson stole second Walters to third with a single Marcus Rho- Woods Fires
den scored both the Wildcat Session Monday
ket.
FISH FRYFri. Prices strengthened some- '\! runs- one of which came in Slogan For Bradford Contest At A Minimum

the first inning. Rhoden led Dr. R. S. Mullins chairman

., March 22 what of from Wednesday$3.10 to $3.70 with per a range flat. 1 off the game with a hit on of the Cub Scout Pack 70 A contest for a suitable It was also voted to write. Three' woods fires were reported !I

P.M. Up till then the average had It-It1 the first pitch, stole second, Committee announces that a slogan to use in promoting to District Road Board Mem- by Florida Forest Service
6:30 the
been around $2.72. advanced to third, and then parents and leaders training Bradford County will be sPOn- ber Ralph Powers urging that headquarters during !
Bradford County scored when he mistakenly session will be held at 8:30: sored by the Civic Roundtable the board take into consider- past week with a total of 5.2

Fair Buildings Prices are expected to thought his side was out and p.m. Monday March 18, in the group decided at its ation the need for continuingthe acres burned. as compared
strengthen when shipments ILl walked hallway to home be- the County Farm Forester's meeting here Wednesday traffic light at the inter- with 83 fires and 563.6 acres "

Admission by 1963 taper off from Plant City and rr- r ::* fore he realized his error. He office. 218 K Washington St. night. secion of Temple Ave. U.s. burned during the same period I
South Florida. Cold weather
Membership Card _- made it safely, however.In John Sims, District Scout A committee was named to 3011 and Pratt Street in its last year. !
delayed the season in Plant :' s .- __ -__ Friday's game GHS's Executive from Gainesville select judges for the contest. study of traffic needs in The unusually heavy rainfall 1
$1.00 City and has put berries from % ; --
.; Fred Gordo tossed his no-hit- will conduct the training meet- and three cash prizes will be Starke.In this winter has been a .
there the market at the ;
On Sale at Fish Fry on -' .,.r ter as the Tornadoes were able ing. All Cub Scout leaders. awarded, for the top three suggestions other action the group factor in keeping wildfires at
same time as Bradford fruit. '
-- 'S ..A&z ;:. to tally only one unearnedrun parents and the parents of : $50. $25, and $10. decided to invite a represen- a minimum.
Tuesday was the biggest day for a 6-1 loss. boys who are planning" to I Roundtable president Bu tative of the Southeastern district Rainfall recorded during the

This Space Contributed of the season so far. with 690 : : "That was due mainly to join the pack are urged to attend ford Mitchell said that more of Greyhound Lines to past week at the three fire

flats handled at the market I lack of practice. Coach Char-. this session.Dr. complete details on the con- meet with the Roundtable in towers in the county was as

Weekly tt Publicize Since Thursday of last week I les Lyles said "We were get- MuiUna has also called test will be announced later the interest of improved facilities follows: New River 1.20 inches .. i
Events by around 1.500 flats have been ting wood the baH but justno Pack Committee will be to inches i
Community on a special! A letter sent Con- for bus patrons in ; Highland 1.40 ;

The Community sold here. BHS catcher Marty Starting second from right of photo, base hits. meeting for Friday March 15,, gressxnan D. R. Matthews en- Starke. Santa Fe 1.25 inches.
With continued warm weather The Tornadoes will play at 7:30 p.m.in the first Methodist dorsing his efforts to obtain tw decided V change Rainfall in the county during i
tries in vain to avoid being tagged out Tuesday as he attempts -
State Bank shipments are expectedto PaIatka here next Tuesday as Church fellowship haIl a national cemetery a portion -. the meeting time of the groupto the first two;: months of i
take a big: jump by the to stretch a triple into a home-nm in the Tornadoes'1S2 I scheduled if the weather holds All Cub Scout Pack leaders of the Camp Rbnd1ng' the second Friday in each theyearwMabot1tflYOIfl4abovoul.
first of. next week. __ win over Macclenny -. _ _ enough to dry the field. should attend thig meeting. reservation, the group eci4w month at 7 pa. __..... _.__



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.. "WA. .. .__, .. ..:,. V .flflfl rnnvrv. T1LGAPII. STARKE.. FLORITIA THURSDAY. MAlt 11, 1963
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I Glen Reddish and Robert I 'New Life' Series ence Board of Evangelism.More I r a sudden illness. He was born'j introduced the 11 past Post I the lives of all would be more ;;;":cC:=: : :.

Kelly of Fort 'Jackson S. C. I than 400 Methodist at Sampson City on Nov. 2, i, Commanders, who were present fruitful and the world a better V

.... were discharged from duty on I 1 Starts Mar. 17 churches throughout Florida 1917. ; and their wives.A. place in which to live. WILLIAMS

., Tuesday after six months service 1 At MethodistA are; holding similar meetingsthis Surviving are his parents, J. Thomas Sr., a past
with the National Guard. spring in observance of ; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Goodge.. commander was the principal CARD OF THANKSWe

I Mrs. W..A. Stern and Miss series of "New Life": the 225th anniversary of the I and one brother, Ralph speaker and gave a brief his- are sincerely grateful to JEWELRYREPAIRS

=. GLADYS MOOTY PHONE M4-OCS1 ... Louise Stern will attend the meetings will begin Sunday : "Aldersgate exPerience" o f I Goodge, all of Starke. I tory of the growth of Starke. friends and neighbors for :; J
n" V Imperial Fashion Show at the John Wesley, British founderof Funeral services were heldat including some of the services !,
March 17. at the First Meth- ; I their many acts of kindness ,
George Washington Hotel hi Methodism.The 2 p.m. Tuesday in the De- available when he was grOW- ; WATCHKSDIAMOND8AD
?..IVMrs.. T. A. Sundem of New Mr. and Mrs. James'Cooper Jacksonville Friday evening odist Church of Starke and ;> anniversary dates back Witt C. Jones Chapel with ing up, and pointed out some and sympathy including food, ",

".York"". City was visiting Mr. I of Chiefland were Sunday Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLen- continue announced through March 22.John it to 1738 when Wesley, a priestof V, Rev. S. E. Sparks officiating. of the problems that concern i cards flowers, etc.: during our j Work Guaranteed
Rev.
and Mrs. Donald :McRae last guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L., don of Orlando were overnight I was by i t the Church of England, un- Military rites were conduct- i, people and nations now that : bereavement. We wish espe- A. C. Williarai

Tuesday and Wednesday. Cooper. The cooper-s,also 1 actas guests Wednesday of Mr. and R. Brabham. pastor. I willingly attended a prayer I ed at the graveside in New also existed then. I cially to thank Dr. Adams, Dr.

:r: Danny Wiggs.' Ray Miller Saturday night guests Joe '. Mrs E. L. Matthews. i The guest speaker will be meeting' 'at a little chapel on River Cemetery. Arrangements He rg d'll Legonnaires'and \ Wells, the Bradford County 142 W. CaD St.
the' Rev. Gibbs, pastor
and Nat Dankel Jr. of Stet- Cooper, and daughter, Linda, Mrs. Pete Reyes and son of :, McCoy Memorial I!''Aldersgate Street "in London."I : were Tn charge-of-Jones- -Funeral others present to do their I Hospital staff DeWitt C. Jon- Starke. Fla.MUSIC .
of the Morrison
I Funeral Home, and others. ;, _
'Son; University spent the weekend of Lakeland.Mr. | i es
Jacksonville were visiting her* felt my heart'strangely i Home. share in1 aiding mankind, --- -
with Mr. and Mrs. N. S. and Mrs. L. C. Smith t Methodist Church of Leesburg. ,> said The family of Ancel D. j : V V ''''':'__:__, ::. : =
parents .Mr. and Mrs. J. S.J There will be three services warmed, Wesley said in describing state, and nation, and

DankeL: and daughter of Daytona Sapp, last Friday. I' daily, 7:30: and 10 in the morn- i)i, the experience which :,Post 56 Holds V that while not being able to I-Norman. Ii i
Mrs. W. G. Halle returned Beach spent the weekend with Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish I, inspired him to become an solve all the problems that
7:30 in the evening.
ing
and
Thursday from two weeks her mother Mrs. Henry O'- Mr. and Mrs.,J. S. Sapp, A : will be provided for '| evangelist within the established -Post Commanders confront us that by each Gas Genie :
nursery
I says
visit with relatives in 'Miami Hara. Mr. and Mrs. Rafe Brannen all services.A ,, church and to launch !Night TuesdayAmerican working and doing his best, natural I
.
and West Palm Beach. She Mrs. Don Bagwell was in
and Mr, and Mrs. Jimmy Reddish Fellowship Hour will ,follow -I the Methodist movement that 1
: also, attended the funeral of Nashville Tenn. last week i
attended the Primitive j i later became a separate de-
I the service on Sunday .__ Leeion___ Post 56
I her brother, Clinton Curtis, visiting her mother, Mrs. Vel- Baptist Church at Little nomination.In n --
evening March 17. Wednesday held its annual Past Commanders -
: on March 1 in Tampa. ma pixon; who underwent Springs on Sunday.Mr. most Methodist churches
March 20 will be Family II night and American
Miss Carol McRa, W1tother" surgery. L. Smith I meetings will I
: and Mrs. C. the "New life"
covered dish Legion birthday party Tues-
initiates; was presented James H. Waters has taken Beth of Daytona Night. A supper 1 1i I I
I '
' and daughter, will begin at 6 pjn. in Fellow- i be followed by a pre-Easter day night. 1 gas
I I at the annual rose ball of the over the Cities Service Station Beach were weekend guests of I. Hall. emphasis on visitation evangelism -I I About 100 enjoyed ,
ship I persons
Alpha Omicron Pi sorority at I at the corner of U.S. 301 O'Hara. the
"I : the .University of ,Florida Jast a. '&S & .v. ana Mrs. JaKe snuiora: .
\4 &fltSJ Mr. munity.
Trussville Ala. He is marriedto by co-chairman Bill Grahamand
'Iv'I IS THE MODERN GENIE
I Friday evening. Lewis N. Smith I
j .and Mrs. returned to their home at Ap- I ? V ,
of Buddy Bishop.Commander
the former Betty Alday
: Mr. and M.rs.Roth returned Sunday from a pomatox. Va. Wednesday after i :. THAT DOES YOURTODAY'S
j : of 'G lnesvill were Friday month's stay'at their place In a ten-day visit with friends Gainesville. They have three Funeral TuesdayFor I Julian McRae I : : .. JOB BETTER

; night supper guests of Mr. Whittler, N. C. and relatives in St. Augustine. children. Mr. Gibbs has served Pvt. Goodge ASK FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION :

and Mrs. Charlie Cowen. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Ortner, Leesburg. Starke, and Lawtey.Mr. in the Florida Conferencesince I and does it quietly, cleaner, faster and more
It .
At New RiverPvt. i I
His
e T. A. Crawford and daugh- who have been managing the and Mrs. Jesse New- 1947. appointments Command Gravely PowerTerry's

: ter of Jacksonville spent the New Englander Motel, have some were in Folkston, Ga. on.i include Reddick Jacksonville: Hendricks and Theodore John Goodge tot 9S Saw Shop \ ECONOMICAL.Call .
Memorial
,
;
weekend with L. returned their
Mrs: E. Craw resigned and to and Mrs.
Sunday visiting Mr. Broadway Orlando. At pres- 45, of Starke, died Friday, us today for a free estimate
I : in East Boothbay No.2
home
ford.Mr. Morris Williams and family. ent he is the Conference Executive March 8, in a hospital at Fort V
1 and. Mrs. J. R. Kelly: Maine. where.. _they. own..'n and, __ Rev. R. E. MacBlain attended Secretary of Confer- Hood Texas as the result of" 666I 2022 N. E. 23rd Blvd. : STARKE NATURAL! GAS
: attended Tax pollector'sConvention the Lincoln vmage
< foe operate I the Conference of Cor- Gainesville Phone: 372-3588
I : from' Monday to Tourist Cabins. Williams Sum- rectional Chaplains at U. of'! -----:---, CITY HALL PHONE 964-1301

.''I : Wednesday in Jacksonville. mers, the owner, has assumed F. last Wednesday to Friday. --- _;______--_- -i.-- V V "

I Mr. and Mrs. C. LI.' Cooper management of the New England Mr. and Mrs. Glen Conner y I -.
I '----' ----- ----- "
: were visiting C. J. Cooper in r.Judge. and children of Orlando spent -= : : += -

I ; Alachua General Hospital lastS and Mrs. T. A. YawnJr. the weekend with their par- Jt1tTi I IV

Saturday. and family spent the week- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Mc-
'I I : Mrs. E. Matthews of Or'lnndo end in Donaldsonville, Ga. Rae, and Mr. and Mrs. Leon AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY

will arrive Sunday to with Mr. and Mrs. Z. R. Jones Conner.

\, spend a while with Mr. and and Mrs. W. T. Moncrief.Mr. Jerome Johns is in Talla- _

Mrs. E. L. Matthews. and Mrs. J. G Moyer hassee today on business.Mr. J

I I and family of Jacksonvillewere and Mrs. H. A. Lawson
!
IF SOLD visiting Mr and Mrs. F. and son, Bud, and Mrs. C. H. Auto Electric ServiceAutomotive AUTO SALVAGE I FARM 1 & INDUSTRIAL : SUPPLIES

; THIS WEEK ONLY! W. Strickland on Saturday.Mr. Register visited relatives in .

: 1 Karat, ,"A" Grade and Mrs. Leo Championwere i Lakeland over the weekend. rV 1.c.1. : : I Central Tractor Co.

: DIAMONDSOLITAIRE I overnight guests last Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dur-I JLJLJ Electric Paul's Auto SalvageWe FORD TRACTORS I Gridley Music
Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. kee and daughter. Sheila of Ford Farming Implements ,
_c
: Wayne Wheeler in Jackson-1 Tampa will spend the weekend Bleach Service Buy Wrecked Cars At |. Agricultural Industrial \ Co. Inc. I

ville. with Mrs. Durkee's par- TOP PRICES I Complete! Service & Parts Dept.

; In Prong Tiffany Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wain-I ents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns. rN inFr 1 I Repairs Our Specialty i Good Used Equipment I CENTRAL FLORIDA'S I
: : wrieht and Richard. and AU Makes & Models Used 4483 ,
a MountingRoff. : son. Mark Jackson of Willistonwas Starters Generators Ignition N. W. 6th. GainehvillePHONE i iI
I Music
fi Price $695 Gene Shaw attended the FSU home for the weekend.Mr. Loosens dirt brighten dean and disinfect VV Parts S76-54SO Complete Store j
: the whites wnltoM clothing./ I tkkroom,bathroom,kjtcften. :giJ Kj'04'h Regulators, Solenoids, i iJ Teletype Service We will find I 1 Pianos by Baldwin Storey A : I
I' circus in Tallahassee over and Mrs. Ralph Kaza- : i'*# ( !
.,, .
: NOW ONLY weekend. rian of Orlando have moved to '"!V".'. >> ,)"" Arainatures any part for you. FLOOR COVERING I Clark Henry L. )11IIlr-

1 : $385, Among those confined with Starke and are staying with Hood 33. Bleach Water & Fuel Pumps Phone 376-4512 FisehekOrgans ,
Central Florida Tile by Baldwin S.: Conn
1801 S.Iain: Gainesville
; IJ '
I measles this week are Debbie Sen.
Mrs. Kazarian's parents, Exchange Service on Starters 1
Disinfectant Gibson' & Greteh Guitar*-
' TillS WEEK ONLY Cauffman, Robin Chism, Suzanne and Mrs. Charley Johns, in and and Gen'ratorsWholesale & Marble Co. Amplifiers

" ; GEM JEWELRY Smith. and.Stefanie. town and at their,lake home. Retail CARPETS BY 1004 N. Main I

Green. Sen. Johns was in Orlando I AUTO TIRES. Lee's. Monarch, ,Loomweave. Gainesville Shopping: Center
119 E. Call St. -- -- --
Local patients in Doctor'sHospital bus- I
Tuesday to Thursday on : l
620 S. Main Gainesville Downs
V
j. this week include iness.Mrs. I PHONE 872-6990 FOR THE BEST IN Room Size-Wall to Wall 1 1
.: Mrs. Clifford Marie Mackson O. L. Haynes Jr. and V 'I
i : V V : imc I RECAPPINGCars Installation New and UsedPIANOS
f -- John A. Spence, Carl Wilson family are spending Wednes- K'S
i" I, Trucks Tractors Armstrong and Kentile
and Marvin. Ga. I
son day to Sunday in Decatur.
!AUTO BRAKES 100% Grade A Cold Rubber Floor Coverings lL'ITARSDItLTMSIIFET
: Mrs. A. J. Barry. Mrs. R. O. with her parents, Mr. and !
t ; COMPLETE LINES OF MUSIC
Trained
Dansby Mrs. Charles Phipps, Mrs. David G. Scott. i Factory Reeapper .
.I' TILES MARBLE Budget.TermsLillian's .
Mrs. W. B. Thompson Jr., and Rufus Tatum of Jacksonville
: 1540 Waldo RI!. G'\' III :r768400I
Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton attended was visiting his sister. Mrs.I QROCERY &MARKET :Hull's Brake Supply English Tire & Music Store

the District Science Lucile Davis,. on Monday. J I FURNITURE
-" Fair in Live Oak last Friday. Mrs. Blanche Englander and i "BRAKE SPECIALISTS" Recapping "Gainesville Leader"
: Half MlleNorth, Of City Limits-U., S. 301 I' Since 1933
Miss Della Rosenberg. Mrs. family of Fort Lauderdale and i i I
VfL: Nate Dyal. and Mrs. Bea Far-' Mrs. D. J. Clark of Jackson-i For Every Car or Truck 1027 MainGainesville Home Beautiful !112 S. E. Flritt GaIDNfWa :

t.-; ber attended the BPW Lead- ville will be weekend guestsof I' OPEN 7 DAYS' A.M. TO 11 P.M. Turning Grinding Reining.1 372-2197 I Furniture Co. I II I

ership Conference in Lees- Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green While You Wait

ifii rI burg last Saturday. Miss Ro and Mrs. C. D. Williams. I SALES PRICES GOOD THURS, FRI., SAT., 13U .S. Main GainesvilleS2l497 Automatic TransmissionsONE COMPLETEDECORATING :MOVER
it' senberg remained through Ben Hall SERVICE
Mr. and :Mrs. 1
AND SUN. ONLY
Sunday to attend the BPW spent the weekend at their ;, Carpet-Vast Selection
for FUN V executive committee meeting. home on the Oklawaha Riv-i, V DAY SERVICEALL Draperies Known Gainesville

Mrs. Al Ferguson of Jack- er. I SUNNYLAND V :MAKES-REPAIR BrandsGuaranteed

and HEALTH sonville visited Mrs. Carrie .' Mrs. R. A. Thomas had as I PICNICS . LB. C AUTO SALES & SERVICE AND EXCHANGE Price and MayflowerLOCAL

\ Ritch and Miss Annie Darby Sunday guests, Mrs. R. L. C. I Gator Automatic Guaranteed Satisfaction
last Thursday. Wild- (Convenient Terms
,Thomas and daughter of LINCOLN MERCURY AND LONG
Local admittances to Brad- GRADE AFRYERS FREE- -.-- -PARKING--'----.-
4 Starke Lanes wood. I
DISTANCE 3IOVINGStorage
COMET FIAT MKTCOR Transmission ServiceINC. '
ford County Hospital this], Mrs. Bertha Fuller of Talla- . LB. 1703 N. Main Gainesville
: And Crating
Authorized Sales-Servlce-
week include: Mrs.Elma HamIlton hassee is spending this week >U ; .
Highway 100 South of Brooker, Mrs. Connie with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Parte GARDEN SUPPLIES Gainesville Phone 376574Security

Padgett of Lawtey, Mrs. Harriet Graham. The Grahams also ALL MEAT STEW LB. Trained l\lechanJes-Good I.19' SE l 2nd,Pla.ce.next( to P.O.)
-
PHONE 964-6261 -
I Norman, Russell Dyal, had as a weekend guest Rob- 59c Used Can Gainesville PHONE 372-0372 Johnson & Fans, Inc.
For League Information Harry Lovell. Buddy Crawford ert Walker of Bremen. Ga. Transfer

__ h. .-JJ I Mrs. Thelma Wise and Louis Mrs. Merrill Edwards and CHUCK Complete Line of

V Thomas, all of Starke; son. Ricky, and :Mrs. Eugene ROAST STEAK LB. Barkley Motors 'BUILDING MATERIALS SEEDSPLANTSSFERTILIZERS & Storage, Inc.
I or -- -
i. ; 1 I Edwards were visiting Mrs. 49c 615 N. Main, GainesvilleB I f ri'I V .. AGENTS FOR
Inseotlcide
i F James Kinchen in Jacksonvilleon -Pet Supplies
iI I Tuesday. They also visited GOOD LEANHAMBURGER I Ridgway Roof "We Rent Fertilizer Spreadera' FOGARTY BROS.TRANSFER ,

the Zoo. & G Motors Co. i 224 N W. 8th Ave. I
I i Ltt1t1s( Mrs. Kathleen Goethe of .- LB. 49c Truss Co PHONE 372-0476 Inc.

East Palatka. and Mrs. Evelyn CADILLACOLDSMOBILEF85fflLLMAN: i I-. Gainesville, Fla. Loral & Long Distanre MovingCrartlngStorsgePaekthg
I i Beardsley of Pompano Beach Wood Trusses & J : ;
SMOKED BACON LB.
LADIES WEAR
| were last Thursday visitors of 39c Prefabricated Components Phone 376-2666

.I.II Mr. and :Mrs. Herbert Thomas. Sales and Service Any Size Free'Estimates 1040 So. Main Gainesville
Mrs. Effie Johns, Mrs. Effie
KANSAS QUEEN 1132 So. Main GainesvilleTel. Cherry'sGainesville's
I 617 W. :Madison Street Carter and Mrs. Henry Car- : 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 .
Call
FLOUR--lOibs. . 89c 372-3961-Collect
I WE GIVE FAMILY STAMPS ter of MaxviDe visited Mrs.;I PHONE 376-7515 Most Fuhionabl OFFICE EQUIPMENT:
Bessie Sapp at Raiford last'! Address For Ladies !

Friday afternoon. They also, VAN CAMP DR ESSIS-S UITS COATS
-
These Prices Are Strictly Cash. I Carter visited Mr. and Mrs. Oscar'i i PORK & BEANS 4 No. 2J/2 cans 99c Crane Motor Co. ,CEMENT MATERNITY WEAKACCESSORIES Parker's

IlL Friday evening.
I I
,.,. -
I VI I CORNED BEEF can . 39c : LARK ANGUA- LINTELS WINDOW SILLS 105 W. University, Gainesville Galnt'n lle's 3Io t Complete Of.

I V FLA. PIG C Funeral ServicesFor ,STEPPING STONES"If I flee Equipment & Machine

I PmkRoMt..LB. Joe R. Cason ALL POPULAR BRAND'S' ENGLISH FORD It's Cement; W Cast It" ;MATERNITY WEARNan's I torf'.

a.. : MIL I K -- 3 tall cans . 39c MERCEDES BENZ VOLVO Cement Complete Office Planning
: FRESH SLICED Of Raiford ;::1 Underwood Products
; Authorized Sales & Service
Limit Cans Food Order
6 With
,H I $5.00 Precast Products I
:: BeefLiver--.LB. i Stork Shop 601 W. University Ae.

I .. VI V Funeral services for Joe R. I ROYAL RICE 5 Ibs. 59c "Complete Service for All 2033 N. E. 27th Ave. GalnesvlllH 1 Gainesville S1-Mi:
I I FLA.GRADEA i Cason. 61, of Raiford, who Makes' PHONE 372-0933 Special Occasion Dresses To

r.. I II died last Saturday, were held V I, Every Day sportswear
I I :: Whol Fryer8'LB.. V at 3 p.m. Monday In the Rai SUNNYLAND PURELARD81b.bucket 506 E. Universityve., I'' I Formal?-Long Dresner' >! sUm ROOFING

ford Baptist Church. Burial $1.39 PhONE 372-434S 'CONCRETE PRODUCTS Jim Short Matching Tops.

I 1**'. Smoked Sausage LB. was in Sapp Cemetery under I BABY GIFTS I
Gainesville Fla.
I direction of Wilson & Bran- SHORTENING I 114 So. Main' GainesvilleMEN'S ,
The Helzel
:; STREAK-O.LEAN INSIST THAT ALL YOUR j j,; Co.
I nen Funeral Home, Lake But Snowdrift or Vegetole -- 3 lbs. 59c CONCRETE PRODUCTS V I
I : White Bacon . LB. ROOFING
I ler.Mr. VOLKSWAGENSalesServiceParts ARE THE BEST FROM STORE'I
I -- V VI Cason Is survived by JDI DANDY t SHEET: METAL

*-:1 Bologna .,. .. LB.v< rI his widow, Mrs. Alice Cason: COIF Edwards Building j j:H. M. Chitty & Co.! AIR CONDITIONINdA
two daughters four sons, one GRITS
a
I .Y. V t "' 1 I. sister and one brother V -5 LBS.MEALI. Miller-Brown Motors Supply, Inc. !I SINCE 1902 '. !'No Job Too Large Or Too Small

i ii ... CABIN : : Curlee Suits ,202 8. E. 4th St. GalBMTffla

t -, BALLENTINE' BEER 6 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Inc.PHONE 726 8. Main-,372-4844 I i. Arrow Norris Casual Shirt i iit PHONE 372-1491 t

pkg. 99c CHURCH Gainesville Fla. I Underwear ;\
.: IL Walton :S72-S5K I i.
Grady, Minister I I Stacy Adam Nunn- : I

FOREMOST "J.t ELECTRIC MOTORS 1 Busch Shoes. '' PHOTO SHOP
Week of March 17-23: 1030 E. University Ave.
I KOUNTRY KISTCORN2cans .
Stetson & Mallory Hats. '
ICEMILK l/2 GAL. . Sunday Sunday School. I i.
Gainesville JL
39c . 29c S.E. First St. f
GaInesvlletMotoreycles.Seooters '
9:45: ajn. Morning Worship. ... Electric Motor l_
Fullers Foto ,
I '
11 a.m. Junior Choir and I Inc.
r.. WE HAVE 0. S. 'CHOICE BEEF Youth Fellowship. 6 pjn. Eve- GA. RED CUTSTRING DODGE-DAItT- Repair Co. 1! V
i Central Florida's FtnwtSdetton !
ning Worship. 7:30 BEANS 2 29c r-_V V s
p.m. cans DODGE TRUCKS OF GAINESVILLE. INC
:, OUR MEATS ARE CUT TO ,ORDER Monday -- Special Sunday' iStre t's Bicycle Shop of !
School and JAY BIRDVIENNAS V Sales COMPLETE ELECTRIC
Church Workers -Parts-Sendeei ,
Cushman &. YHpa Scooter* New:& Used Cameras I
.
Low LOW PRICES ON BEEF Meeting 7:30 USED CARS TOO MOTOR
pjn. ,
10 99c
.
V j cans .- .y V V Ducat BSA-Zundappj
Tuesday Church Visita SALES AND SERVICE Photographic Equipment & !
k. :
FOR FREEZER j!Motorcycles-Sales Service
tion. 7 p.m.Wtdnesday. MANY OTHER BARGAINS :Poole-Gable Motors "Distributor of scHwiNN BICYCLES" : Supplies it

) 'I M.We Have Our Own .Hickory Smoked, ''Church 6:30 -,pjn.Men: of toe k I I > i I New Lincoln Motors" Locksmith & Safe Work j: Black A White Finishing I

--' SAUSAGE, HAM 1 and BACON Thursday Senior Choir V Come Out And Join The Crowd :119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville|. PHONE 372-818 6615 W. University 'b' .i TnBorroo7w-Out at 5: !

PHONE 372-UU I 1030 S. Main, Gainesville Gainesville 376-7761
I ,I practice 7:30: p.m. .1 j[619 W. University Gainesville !






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! I THURSDAY. MAR. U, 1963 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH., STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE TIUEE I I 1 1I r
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Health Facts I i

t d ,.
r EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW! iI I i

Its a fact that nerve energy flows E;I

! GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-0651 ; frpm the brain ovec the nervous system to i

ti : every organ of the body. Without this I'

.. nerve energy the organs cannot function
4 International .a .a xt normally Pressure on the spinal nerves I

.. '1[Theme Used is the most common source of organ fail- I

/./...,.1'i' q S a, '1 ,, : Dr. Bofflnge ure. Spinal adjuestments by the trained
Club /
I It Ix !By Junior I 1 i W: Chiropractor restores health promptly and

II An interesting program on efficiently. .

"international affairs" was I r N h' DR. H. G. BOLLINGER CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE
presented at the Junior Wo-
;
$
Sir ; man's Club meeting Monday i I 426 N. Walnut St. Phone 964-2881 Starke, Fla.
night. March 4, in the club '
tL '
I house. Special guests on this I T Insurance Cases Accepted
., occasion were persons, now living I
: in Starke, who have been 'Time Out For Fun' At Starke LanesSoft
j I in various foreign countries. I Mrs. Joe WallaceIs I I WHAT, WHEN

I Mrs. Ariel Suarez gave a i ComplimentedAt lights, sweet music, showed the newest trends inj I refreshments all contributed I

,K is r .4s 1 I talk on Mexico, Mrs. D. W. and the latest in fashions and women's wear, from swimsuits ,I to an enjoyable two hours for I AND WHERE MARCH 1924JAX COLISEUM
Club
i Whiffen on Germany, Mrs. MeetingThe hair styles combined to make : to bridal gowns, and local the ladies. I
I '! Ii Tickets en Sale at Coliseum, 1145 E. jams,
Patricia Caufmann
on Eng- a festive afternoon last Wed-
entrants modelled hairstyles
Starke Lanes manager Army i Or at Door Before Each Performance
I land, and Mrs. J. Andrews State Farm Community nesday when women of the I I Alar. 18
Club met Tuesday morn- created .by Starke beau- Armstrong expresses appreci- I
.1 on Canada. area were guests of Starke '
y. After the brief talks refreshments ing at the home of Mrs. L. E. Lanes at the "Time Out ForFun" 'I ty salons. ation for tire fine turn-out sonic Eastern Temple.Star, 8 p.m:, Ma- t i!I ) 18m Irtq 1,,II"ati ,,II #

II Dugger with Mrs. Robert Tur- show. A professional dance team, which filled Starke Lanes Ilhl ,
I Miss Jones To Wed were enjoyed in ner as co-hostess. I I Alpha Delta Kappa sorority, f '.; FABULOUS II IItr ,
the sunroom. The long refreshment Sleek professional models live music door prizes- and from wall to wall. 8 p.m. YEAR!
During the meeting a go- ;}
Thomas Shivers ,
table centered
.l. with an arrangement was of greenery -I ing away party was given for Harley-Besteder ]District WSCS I Seniors Leave Mar. 19 j 1! Mrs. Joe Wallace who with BHS PTA, 8 p.m. cafeteriaMar. 'and FUN FILEDI! tc
Mrs. Lottie Jones announces in observance of St. Patrick's -
Engagement Told ] ScheduledFor For Class /
I Mr. Wallace is moving to Meeting Trip 21 t
the engagement of her daughter Day.Hostesses. e
I, Hazel Elnora to Edward Keystone Heights at the end ] Lake CityThe BPW club, 7:30 p.m., homeof ''fr'I I
.
for the eveningwere ),'
: of March. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B. Sixty-eight members of the Mrs. Nate Dyal. \
Thomas Shivers of Gaines- Mrs. J. E. Denmark, Mjs- i.I The refreshment table Harley of Starke announcethe I Bradford High School senior .. rfeofuringN.
was
annual meeting of the I : m SIMMmmr/ \
ville.A Kenneth Grider. Mrs. Warren covered with pink damask approaching maniage of I class boarded the Silver Meteor "
a School
i High PTA ,
graduate of Bradford Gainesville District of the : !
W. Rob- : .Qt' /
Winkler, Mrs.
George cloth and centered with their daughter, Elaine, to Tuesday afternoon for their : /
County High School, the bride- i an 1 Methodist WSCS will be at the A. ./ ,1I41 LAND"
erts, and Miss Sally Sink. Richard Corey Besteder, D. To Meet
elect is employed at the University i arrangement of pink and white son First Methodist Church in six-day trip to Washington, TuesdayThe :: -I l J, t. 4, WPIIAH FANTASY
I azaleas, flanked by pink tapers of Mr. and Mrs. Corey C. Bes C. and New York City. i "-4-' '
*
I, of Florida. Lake City, March 20 from 10 :i : r' tt RHAPSODY
teder of Dallas, Pa. Bradford
in silver candelabra. Re- the High School ;
Presbyterian I Chaperoning group were 'I It' far STRINGS"!
Mr. Shivers is the son of ajn. to 2 pin. Mrs. GeorgeA. : i
freshments of strawberry mold The wedding will be an I III Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey, PTA will hold its March meet- :,, --d('
.1 I
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Shivers of Newell, district president,
I II Women's CircleCircle and pound cake were served. event of Friday afternoon, | Charlie Cowen, Richard Joc- ing Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the $3,50 rows 1.17 Mar. 19-22 8:00 P.M.
I Mount Dora. He graduated will be in of the
Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair presided -II April 5, at 2 o'clock in the 'I''I'I charge pro- kel, Walter Sistrunk, Ann cafeteria $2.50 rows 18.29 Mar. 23, 8:45; Matinees:
from Mount Dora high school three of the Presbyterian gram. I : $2.00 30.33 Mar. 23-24 1 PM.5 P.M.
I Chapel of Johnson Bible College rows
I at the silver coffee service. I Butrick, Mrs. Freeman Regis- W. E. Sistrunk, speaker on
and Jones Business College in :hildren under 12 5 P.M. Shows 23-24
Women of the Church The theme is "Called, Con half price, at Mar.
Kimberlin Heights, Tenn. ,
Orlando and About 25 members and ter Jr., Mrs. J. H. Dennis, Mr. the program will use as his
,
is "
now employ met with Mrs. W. T. Jackson fronted Compelled.
;I 1 i. guests attended this delightful No invitations are being issued and Mrs. Guy Andrews, Mrs. topic "Changes in the Soviet !::
ed
as stock clerk with the Tuesday morning with Mrs. L. Ticket Reservations May\ Be Made in Jacksonville
will include
affair. but all friends and rel- Special guests W. J. Epperson awl Mrs.' State." :
I l'I Publix store in Gainesville. I I V. Hardin, chairman presid- Mrs. Wallace was presentedwith atives of the couple are invited Mrs. David R. Thurman, Con- Lewis S. Muir. Attendance prizes will be ;: at the Coliseum. ALL SEATS RESERVED.
Wedding will be
plans an- ing. Mrs. Robert Paterson was to attend.Epperson ference president, Mrs. C. I
beautiful awarded to
nounced at later date. I, a pole lamp parents. I I
a
the moderator.
; program Durward Johnson Conference
from the club members as a ,Curtis Dowling, 70
Refreshments were servedby Circle vice-president, and Mrs. Sara
IF SOLI) memento of the occasion. I '
THIS WEEK ONLY! the hostess preceding the Fernandez, missionary just Services HeldWednesday ,1'

1 Karat, "A" Grade meeting. Elks To DanceThe Met TuesdayThe returned from Cuba. In Jax I Ii '
Registration begins at 9:30: II i TOT SHOP
DIAMONDSOLITAIRE Lorena Epperson Circle, I,. B.
Recent Births Elks Lodge will hold its Mrs. J. A. Griffin leader met a.m. Members will bring a I. Curtis Dennis Dowling, 70, e t t S

monthly dance this Saturday Tuesday, March 12, at 7:30: sandwich. A nursery will be formerly of Graham died Sun- Y EAST CALL STREET
Bradford County' Hospital evening at the lodge hall provided. day in an Atlanta Ga. hospital -
pjn. at the home of Mrs. Ty-
In 4-Prong: TiffanyI announces the f o 11 o w i ng starting at 8 o'clock.All ler Jones. Mrs. E. C. Long after an extended ill- .

Mounting births: members are urged to served as co-hostess. Civitan Club ness. He was born at Taylor, I
Reg. Price $695 attend the regular meeting and lived at Graham for
Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. The topic, "Development of Fla. SATURDAY ONLY
I NOW ONLY Bryan Starke, a daughter, Monday night for the electionof a child should begin in the Hears Talk six years; was a member of .

Monica Ann, Mar. 10. I officers. home," was presented by the the Primitive Baptist Church"I .
$385 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. chairman, Mrs. H. L. and the' American Legion.
program
'
UDC Meets On RussiaWalter A veteran of World War I, .t '
Cook. Lake the
THIS WEEK ONLY Geneva a son. Speer. Taking part on "
Johnnie David, Mar. 11. |With Mrs. Glenn panel discussion were Mrs. E. Mr. Dowling was 'a retired" 9.9

GEM JEWELRY Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. C. Long, Mrs. Leroy Norman?i iI Sistrunk, instructorof aircraft. instrument' technicianand I II Q BOUFFANT $
afc
I. 119 E. Call St. Prevatt Starke, a son, Mar. 12. I W. T. Weeks chapter, UDC I Mrs. J. A. Griffin and Mrs. Bradford High School's I had been employed is.l J I
Robbins, Ga. He
t ____ I I _._ F.met Glenn at the Wednesday home of Mrs.after W. I G.was J. McGriff closed Sr.with The sentence meeting j I "Americanism, spoke vs to Communism"course the Starke I Warner survived; by one daughter,.! SLIPSREG.

Civitan Club Tuesday morn- three. sons; and four sisters,!
after which refresh- *
noon of last week with Mrs.L. prayers I
Appliance .. Radio -- Television G Powell as co-hostess. ments were served.Methodist ing about changes which have including! Mrs. MatOe Davis ; REG. 3.00
taken place recently in the So- of Graham.
The Glenn home was at-

I tractive for the meeting witn Men viet Union. at Funeral 2 'pjn. Wednesday services were in heldi the I COME "AND.MANE BE GIVEN

SERVICE AT ITS BEST colorful arrangements of a- Discuss Growth According to informationhe Hardage & Sons' chapel in ; $$5 Gift t CertificateTO

I zaleas and seasonal flowers. has gathered. Sistrunk said Jacksonville. Burial was in'.' FOR SAT. P. M.
Miss Madge Middleton, president Problems Of Starke one of the major changes in Evergreen Cemetery. : -
J Trained Experts In Each Dept. presided over the meet 4 Russia is that people no longer ,I .
I ing, and Mrs. Powell, histor- Current and future problems j j I: live in fear of reprisal for THE RIGHT POINT for .tbf'-I, YOUR EASTER SELECTIONS EARLY I
\ ian, gave a program on "The I II brought about by the con- I something they might say. He way you write. Come in and I I!
FOR QUICKDEPENDABLE Gay's I Blockade Runners." tinued growth of Starke were ,i I also said that Russia is no select your favorite'ESTER: I Use Our Lay-A-Way Plan
.
I I During the social hour the discussed at the Methodist \ longer run by one person, as BROOK Fountain Pen.. TELE. i

SERVICE BEGS Home hostesses served a delicious Men's Club Monday night by I it was under Stalin, but he GRAPH. :
I dessert course. Mayor Randal Chitty. thinks the decisions come
CALL The most critical problemis 1 from a group of men within I

964-7511 mm I \Jr. Club SupperThe that of sewage disposal, the the 9,000,000 member Com- .JUST LIKE OLD MAN RIVER
Mayor said brought about by munist party.

Appliances Junior Woman's Club overloading the present dis- Sistrunk also said that Rus- "
gave a steak supper last Fri-. posal plant. He outlined a sia so far has proven itselfto If you want a truck that does its work without yellfit your need. The light-duty type is strong on com-

1 AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR day night at the home of Mr. long range program of improvements be a.viable society meaningit ing for attention all the' time, buy a "new reliable" fort. Another kind for heavier trucks stiffens up as

I and Mrs. Lavern Outlaw. necessitated by can continue to function as Chevrolet. you increase your load and vice versa. Make sense?
I Maytag -- Frigidaire Zenith The 25 guests attending included growth, that would mean an the leadership of the country You have to take care of it; it's a machine. But Conventional pickups have double-wall construc
expenditure of approximatelya this isn't a full-time activity. The,clear idea is that
members and hus passes from one leader to an- tion in cabs, doors, lower side panels. Roofs are
GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UP bands. Following the steak million dollars over a periodof other. But, he added in conclusion the truck works for you, not vice versa. insulated. Body floors are select wood,

II supper games were enjoyed. years. the Khrushchev regime The way to build such a truck is to not metal. Tailgate chains are wrapped
I The city is handicapped by even though it has relaxed put more quality into it.' For example, a in rubber. If you'd like to examine
I having all of its present rev- the reigns a bit, would Chevrolet doesn't build one type of sus- or drive a new '63 Chevrolet truck,
enue sources already obligatedto violence, pension system for all sizes of trucks. just call us. We'll be right '
not hesitate to use over.
Revival i March 17 22 the hilt, Mayor Chitty as Stalin-. .. did.. -, it the.. going. gets. Chevrolet designs; suspension systems to QUMMf TRUCKS COST lift,
-
pointed out. He said" that the j rough. America's best hope,

city has endorsed a Florida I i Sistrunk said, is vested in the :. ..=--:....:,.. : ..'..,..: !7 xe!ot+.y. .:.
of Municipalities
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League proposal 1 w'i .
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fact that Russia has so far .:.>' '4. 0'7j'S> ;?. rtiA robr ? -. 1"1 iu'{ Y"A?

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH cents a for pack an tax additional on cigarettes three, !I I I proven itself a viable society '." '.":,.- :" 'i'::' :..,:?.. ,.,' 'i.,,:;'ff..':.:."!.#.y.:.f...'..:..,,:,:,...:.,.,...:;':.,...,..,:,.,./tVi.. ..._f.\; :",.,- ...:..l./,.:...:i,>';''' -' ;':. f.. :;:(J
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tion of strength. .. ,If."d' <,..(. ":;"-r. '; f'0'f':' : : Hi
in which the tax is collected. .,, "' ; z+;; / Z.el.. /
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Union ever is forced to .. : < ::;r..t.. ; .it' ., ;
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He said the 1963 Legisla- r. ?4L :-' >< ,.v:" :':/fIM {'Y"> '0 ;1 ''.*,:{..;;"
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go on the defensive and oper- I =J. ,' ;: '
1 Rev.McCOY ture will be asked to pass t. \ >?{j'Jc: l.{ i :';A;
of weak
ate from a position ... / -: ,
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such a tax. ./ '. '
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ness rather than strength, ;!
I I / k GIBBS The Mayor was introducedby war Is much more likely to t I : ::1
George T. Huggins. program happen. 1
chairman for the club. I! j
Evangelist I History is littered with .j
I countries which have brought : '* ,, :; X:' ;J

,Council,' Grants on a great feeling of nationalism "< "0.0/ ."N.' R;...r;<
\ I I and unity by rising to the

Cab Permit occasion to fight a war, he
?k II I I II said.

A 3 SERVICES I I I Continued From Page 11 In other business the Civi- ry.dgr.irsgB ,

I i I tans extended their Books For
1 I the old city limits and 45 cents Bradford drive until April 1

DAILY : per person for fares outside to give club members more I '
I A x the old city limits. time to carry out their assign- A S. 4, : 'y
II I The old town limits were ments on the project. Books

I .. 7:30 & 10 A. M. the American Legion Hall on may be deposited at the Flor-
U.s. 301 to the north and Alligator -
ida Bank at Starke and Can- .,
t: 7:30 P. M. Creek to the south, S. ova's Pharmacy in Starke, at ,

I.S' R. 100 at Alton Rd. to the west the Red and White Groceryin

I and Alligator Creek south Lawtey, Strickland's Store
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'- :' ,I Call Street at Alligator Creekto at Kingsley Lake, Home's att

,', ,'' the east and Reno on S. I t Hampton, and Green's Store
f R. 16 to the east. ;I j in Brooker. Any type of books.
Nursery The board decided to notify I I fact or fiction, is needed. The
N. Colon Thomas, owner of the i books will be given to local ri
t : 7 Provided other cab service, to the effect, county and school libraries. i
that a 35 cent minimum fare
i r has been set. Akridge agreed:
\t At All with Simpson about the fair- NEW RIVER BAPTIST I I i 1
I CUCRTH W A CH EVROLET"NEW RE LIABLE"Telephone
: :7' T Services ness of the 35' cent minimumfare
I : saying, "You sure can't Sunday School, 10 a. m.
make money at 25 cents now.I Morning Worship, 11 a. m.

7 -1 35 cents is fair for both the Training Union. 6:30 p.m.Eve I #
,
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cab and the ning Worship, 7:30: pjn. Mid-
company passenger
your Chevrolet dealer for
demonstration
iz- ." week Prayer Service, Wednes- ._... -_-... r___- _'n_ ___ nnnnun ___nu a ..., '. ..........u.........'"'
John R. ''Brabham In other action at themeeting day 7 p.m. Everyoae welcome.
the council:
J I PASTOR Moved to call for bids on a '

new police car to replace one !, for furnishing the room which x GATEWAY CHEVROLET INC.

which is in bad condition. i I the new utility departmentI ,
Council had provided for the I will occupy to the utilities ..
YOULARE CORDIALLY INVITED new car in. the budget for this I committee composed of Carl ,:. : U. S. 301 (NORTH) STARKE, FLA. PHONE 9643900..

Hurst Seeber Goodman, and .
.If year. 1 I "4; S>' -: ,
I Turned the responsibility J. D. Doyle.. ;, ..o __ _. .. .._ . __'h. 'r roO / ..








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''i I f PtOE FOliR'- ..-. __ _m BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK FLORIDA THURSDAY. JIAK.\ 14, 1M3 (
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Ih ; \ I 14 Man Jailed Fair AssociationFish time. I i'i Frank W. Logue; her parents, !:, Jasper! dt' fast Wilson dAOTICK Bedenbaugh.V I

1 All persons holding a 1963 W. H. and Alice R. Norris of '' :: OP FIIJ'SG PKTIT10>
t Fry Set Fair Association membership LaCrosse; a brother D. L. }'oR !" .S.H. DIRCHAHliK;

!ti I COUNTYAGENT ,}fn! City CourtA For March 22 I I card will be admitted to the !.,, Norris Santa Fe: two sisters .\of'1.1."IIOB ADMIMSTIIATRIVTO IT MAV CONonce \- !
jj, WITH I V fish fry and meeting. The I Mrs. Ralph N. Griggs, Gaines-I CLR": V
ir ) Starke f, 'membership fee is $1 and yule, and Mrs. W. W. Carter. : is hereby given that
20-year-old youth. The Bradford Fair
I
ff County V I have fil-d final return;; a*
5 my
11 YOUR. ,J. C. Warren made his f Association annual meetingand cards will be on sale at the Jacksonville. I administratrix of the i-state of

1 -A S fV f4, ; w- eighth appearance in city '. fish fry will be held at V meeting. All interested persons I i Funeral services were heldat I JasperYUson; ?nbaugh, de
( ; are invited to become members 2 pm. Wednesday in the i ceased: that I batiled wy
he
court Tuesday night when the new fair buildings Friday -, petition for final discharge aad
was sentenced to 30 days in night March 22, 'at 6:30piTh of the association. i iI Keystone Heights B a p tist I that I will apply to the Honorable
I Church with the pastor. Rev.J. Theron A. Yawn County
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Jail on a disorderly conduct The meeting was postponed Bradford Count
charge stemming from a Sat- I from Friday, March 8. ;Mrs. Aleen Logue i R. Smith, officiating. assisted i', Florida Judge of on April 12th, 19 S. at

urday night fracas. _. -: ."" Election of officers for the by Rev W. McElroy.. 10-90: !. JoL. for approval of the
,, Services Held j i: the Antioch sari ana for final discharge as
-, Burial was in ;
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According to Starke Police ;; -t 'Z;: knew year will be held at this I'qdt administratrix of the s'tate
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Chief William F. Rosser and ., .t -: ,Wed. At Keystone : Cemetery near LaCrosse. i I of Jasper Wilson UwU-nbauph
:: .f.Ji' benefit from the program. Active pallbearers were W. ,J deeeVed.
i. Mayor Randal Chitty, the ( .
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1 > March. 1P3.
j .j', ,,, -i.. -.: : ;, Girl Scout :Notice M. Wolfe Gilbert A. Reed, This 11th day of
fight followed an argument (\ -.t.---Ii ... Mrs. Aleen E. Logue, 37, of MART L. WATTWRSOXAdministratrix
;i ,- about 8:30 Saturday night ?.... 'Ji _' .? 1 'Jo. ... t ; The Girl Scout meeting will ; Walter R. Harvey, W. R.I of the w-
.,
Heights, died at her
-i. Keystone '
1 fly ;; ""' .1 : of Jasper Wilson B<-
.0 when Warren Walter Tomlin- 'li.t/.3 <;; be held each Thursday at I Thomas, Preston Richardson. tate
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m home Tuesday after an extended ,.deceasedHollis
.denWugb.
I \ George RJE High School in room 22 and O. J. Murrhee Jr.otTV !
son 33, and Arthur Clark. 18. \ V, Kmght
II illness. She was a native !
4 t. V 'I HugginsBRAGGING assaulted Robert Hamilton of Childrens' Playmate.Starke .j All attend.Girl Scouts are asked to of Boone. N. C. and a''! I Stark Attorney*. Florida for Administratrix -

_- Jacksonville at Tuck's Drivein. former employe of the Key- IN IIIK ( : .Jt'a'" 2-1" 4t tEsurbroolt-". _
: policeman Don Hall displays Death Notice -- --- -V --
)1'' The two officials stated ( dfl n'I' OF HKAIIFOKUtoivn. ----
stone State Bank. She was a' cartridge and
I on BRADFORDwill show in Ocala. that Hamilton beaten cottonmouth water moccasin recently killed Rev. King Chandler died '. ri.omuv i> I'non.'n ,
was :
member of the Baptist Church. : :. Fountain Pens $L3S 2.95 -
kinda theme for The 1961 heifer calf, from March 6 at the Clara White '
be
my badly and assault and battery | in deep drainage ditch through Fine- Surviving are her husband, IX:: RE: Kstate of TELEGRAPH.:
$3.95 at The
this week. Of course, f.o brag the cow mentioned above, took have Mission Hosnital.. Funpral services :
charges also been placed haven Subdivision, which has been a source -- T---- ----- -- --- r
I on any product you gotta first place in the light weight i:against the three in county i of controversy for several ).tars. Hall !says will be held at 1 p. m. ,'.
have PEOPLE to make it posI' class in open competition, &t court. Sunday March 17. at Mt. Ne- V "IT's GETTING LATE TO REGISTER" i
i that children play alongthe hanks of the
,Bible. We fail so much of the the 1962 State Fair in Tampa. Cark} was also found guilty j bo Baptist Church with Rev.J. 1
i "time, to recognize just how The McPhillips have beenso of disorderly conduct in the ditch, and are in constant danger from M. Burgman officiating.

I' Important people really are. well pleased that they have fracas and was placed on 90 V falling oxer the side and into the water, V Church NewsBethlehem FOR COLOR TV SET

V ''Take a few minutes ani: think just lecently purchased two days probation and remanded j! or being bitten by a snake. Free Will Bap-

..".. of the things you enjoy the calves from Mr. White and to the custody of the county I Ii ( Mayor Randal Chitty ha: asked the tist Church Rev. Louis Mc

r V things you do, the things you plan to show them in the State I.i on the assault charge. Tomlm-:. State Road Department to put in under- i Kay pastor, held regular services -

{ have. and then associate PEOPLE : Fair next February. son was also tried on an iden-j ground drainage pipes so the ditch ran last Sunday. Weekly .

I, .. with them. I Tom Edwards bought a calf ,, tical charge of disorderly con- \ be cohered. lie feels the SRI is responsible schedule: Monday\. night "*

PEOPLE make Bradford ; year before last from Lonnie duct but was found not guity !- I since the ditch is part of the U. S. Choir No 1 will rehearse.

County, what it Is. This pastS I Harley. The calf took first Mayor Chitty said that I'' SOl drainage system. The department now Tuesday night, club meeting. .
,January marked ten good place in the light steer 4-H 'witnesses did not dispute Wednesday night, Prayer

L .. ''Years'we have lived here. That I class and was third in the en- Tomhnson's story that he on- J has the request under advisement. Meeting. Thursday night, La- =-------- ---.." ,
\s time enough for us to make tire 4-H division at the State ly tried to break up the fight. dies Circle will meet at homeof ----- : '------

01 ut> our minds that we are I Fair in Tampa. : In other action in Mayor's Mrs Green. Friday night 111 I I I -- --- --

: 'rrtighty well satisfied. PEOPLE Back to Mr. White I like Court Tuesday night eight Prayer Band meeting at homeof II -

are the reason. to forgot he just sold three Reno Negroes were charged : TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1Bayless- Mrs. Linsey.All III
were of
Saturday night guests I'I
Here is an example. I was I cows with heifer calves to Mr. with gambling: in an illegal I her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. officers. members. and I I

...,in Graham in the home of i Holloway. whose son is Presi- card game and Mack Lane was A. Crosby. They attended friends wish Deacon Price a 1111

V Dewey Murrhee, this week, and I dent of the Tavares FFA charged with the operation ofa i Hiway Church Sunday and were dinner speedy recovery from his ill- I II IIII

his sister who lives with him.I Chapter. They have a Father- gambling house. Another guests of the Crosby's. ness. His presence is missed
!
After we had finished our Son Cattle operation. Negro was charged with reck-. By Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAALIAAW Other Sunday guests of the from the church. V I l'
1 of the visit,, Well these are examples of II
,Business portion IPSS driving by excessive speed Crosby's were their daughter. The church will go to Day-
;; I sat down in the shade on just two of our good cattle when he was caught traveling' 1 Mrs. Fred Broadwell and babyof tona Beach to render servicesat L
: front door steps. Dewey men. We are about the third 80 in 25 Church
the mph a mph zone. News: j Jacksonville and Mr. and the Junior College on the ,
told that if I would stop smallest county i in Florida but Four attendance I
me : men were charged We had a good i! Mrs. Lavon Crosby and child- fourth Sunday in March. Rev.
by the garden on the way out I' we can BRAG on a lot of good with public intoxication and at services Sunday. J.,T. Lawson j ren of Starke. Louis McKay pastor; Mrs. I

and get me some young green people and good products. If vagrancy in other cases. I filled the pulpit Sunday i Rose Green, reporter. \
Tvir. and Kenneth Stevenson
cabbage, they would give mea I had about half a page. I night in the absence of the Mrs. Greater Allen Chapel AME ,

( slab of cured and smoked .I would go into the STRAW- ;Police Chief Pastor. of Jacksonville spent Church, Rev. L. A. Sampson !
I the weekend with Mr. and ,
pork to season them a little. BERRY program. They are Personals V V pastor will hold regular services =
V
Well there was enough flavoring getting ripe and growing bigger Issues ReminderOf I Dinner guests of Mr. and i Mrs. C. C. Crosby. Sunday starting with if :

: for several messes of Dog Warning Mrs. Lloyd Padgett Sunday Mrs. C. A. Crosby entered Sunday School at 9:45: am. I [ BYR.C.A. '
1 Baptist Hospital S u n d ay,,, II
cabbage. were Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Wa- with Miss Fannie Bell Frazierin I _
NOW I WANTA BRAG a Murrhee Beats I Starke Police Chief William' ters of Dundee and Mr. and where she underwent surge charge. Morning service ====- -- ----_- -=-:: i

"'little on our LIVESTOCK. Notalways Mrs. Jimmy Clark of Alachua. on her ear Monday. Our last will be held at 11 a.m. Evening V
. Williams By 3 F. Rosser this week has issued : COME SEE COME REGISTER{ COME OFTEN
from satisfac-
her
report was
V is it necessary to go I a reminder and a warning to : Our Community was saddened ; service at 6 p.m. ;
"
\\4 1 V .way off somewhere to get good In Twilight LeagueMurrhee residents to report all stray| by the death of Aunt toy.Mr. The Choir Union will be No Obligation I""i

', cattle. Here is an example. I dogs to the police departmentas Sue Sapp of Gainesville who and Mrs. Raymond held Sunday at Mt. Pisgah in TO BE GIVEN AWAY BY
::1. One of our Angus Breeders, Insurance Agency Brown of Worthington Springs
'0'"? 1 a safeguard against rabies' passed away last week. | Lincoln City with Rev. J. A.

, 0 "'" J. B. White has an attractive took three points from Williams and as, means to quell distur-i Mrs. Ancil Norman has been 'i were guests of Mr. and Mrs Grimmage as host pastor. All

., .place west of Starke on the Jewelry in the Ladies I ba.nces caused .by dogs. ; confined to her home with flu. | Joe Dyer last Thursday eve churches are asked to pleasebe I IMPERIAL Service V Station

State Farm Highway.V Twilight League with Georgia The chief states that: I Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Cros- ': ning. present and on time.

Three years ago, Tom Mc- Wolfe high series of 426 : "All resi4ents.are reminded by of Orlando were guests of j The boys and girls of the Miss Fannie Bell Frazier 11

It Phillips, Plant City, bought a for the winners. Lavonne Jack- to call the police department his parents Rev. and Mrs. C. j I Bradford County schools are superintendent. asks members "Penny For Penny 100 Octane Imperial Ethyl Is Your Best Buy"U. 11

I cow and calf from Mr.,White. son had high series of 394 for to report disturbances createdby A. Crosby.Mr. I enjoying a two day vacation L to please send your children to S. 301 N. CITY LIMITS ST nJiE, FLA. 1
V The calf was the 1961 Grand Williams. i dogs. I I and Mrs. Leo Richardson I while the teachers attend the rehearsal Monday at 4 pm

t t ,Champion FFA Steer in the Triest's construction Co. I "A member of the police department and children of Fairbanksi i F.E.A meeting in Jacksonville for the Easter program. ,. I

.t V State Fat Stock show,in Tampa took three points from Well's ; will go immediately -

I He bought another calf Electric, with Bettie Sprow to the area and take actionto VYWVVYYVYVYyyyyyyyyyy'yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyNEWS

-*from.. Mr. White that took high series of 440 for Triest,I' eliminate the problem. V:1 .
.' Grand Champion steer in the and Gertie McRae high 432 "City ordinances also require : OF INTEREST TO COLORED

1962. Southeastern. fat stock< ; for -the& W losers.D Ant. Sftjftly' art41I I"controlled all dogs to by be the"owner.innoculated The and 1 l CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY ti In the open test that tears 'cm aparL.the Daytona 500 I

Childr ns' Group I Gateway Chevrolet split 2-2, innoculation is particularly (By Elizabeth Givens j:} i .I

with Joyce Ward high series ,' important as a safeguard
Hears Librarian i of 502 for D & W. Mary Jarvis : against rabies. M4AVAAL4AALAAALAAAALAA.&4UL&AXA AAAAAAAAM4-MA* 1 ford field
F d durability quere the
From Bradford High, had high series of 470 for : "Spring is also here and i i'I Ii Thurston Elementary News ]I I'I night March 15, to participate co [ :
Gateway. children will be
I more playing. Listenthere will be an in Dunbar High SCl100l'SSeniorama. V
The present condition of Seems as if Alice Reach,: outside so it will necessitatemore I'I entertainment at the school j ? j
with D & W. was the only; rigid enforcement of Saturday night March 16, I! I
Bradford County school libraries I II i Robert Wade, president of1
I lucky one to pick up a split laws dealing with dogs." I I from 4:30 to 6:30 o'clock. Enjoyable
and what is needed to II III : : the Senior Class of RJE and :
improve them was discussed I the 479.Standings. Rosser reported that a young i i eats will be for sale son of Mrs. Pauline Grant of 1st,2nd,3rd,4thand 5th
Won Lost, Starke boy was bitten by a I such as barbecue ribs and bar-.I
4 jy Miss: Ileba Starnes. school Starke, was awarded a $200
librarian at a meeting of the : D&W . . 36 16 stray dog in the vicinity of 1 becue chicken, candied apples, I,. scholarship to BethuneCookman V

Bradford County Children's I Gateway . .' 32 20 Morgan's Barber Shop on U.S. pies and other good things. College for the 1963-64
I' i 301 north last Saturday but Know where to go? Come to,
Committee in the Garden Res- school term. This scholarshipwas
Triest . . : 28 24
the animal proved to be Inno Thurston Elementary in Lincoln .., .
taurant Monday. I awarded the basis of -V --
on
\ Wells . . 24 28 culated. City for evening of : V 7r "r&'LFr.. : .
Miss Starnes was unable to I I an his score made on Cooperative S -7L-4.-- V V ,
attend the meeting becauseof I: Murrhee . . 19 33Williams fun. All profit will go to the Intercollegiate Examination. .._._,.L.-:._._._._ :. V t- V \V VV 2 '
4
Illness but her message was : . 17 35 28 Southside PTA treasury. i On March 5 Mrs. Francis V _tj.. S. V V'V. VVL

brought to the group by means i V Students 'Visit NAS RJE School News Pierce of RJE was informedby ...
of a tape recording. Her talk SERIOUSLY BURNED \ The Senior Class of RJE of .
I a V special committee V -V VVV v '
brought out the need for state I High School presents for your .
,, at New
? aid to school libraries, and it 1 :
Southside Brunswick N. J. that she had
he was placing In the carbu- students of Elementary -1 Chanters. recording P9V ;
Mercury
was decided to have a com to
stalled inflicted School were guests of been awarded a fellowship I
of
retor a car I
mittee from the group confer I I I stars, in the school cafetorium
serious burns on Edwin F. Patrol squadron Eighteen last attend the 1963 Mathematics
I March 22 from 5:30
Friday :
with the Bradford County legislators "
| for High School
Institute
Hubbard of Brooklyn Lake Thursday at the Jacksonville I
i
I since the school library i to 8:30: p.m.
Monday afternoon. He was' Naval Air Station. Under the Teachers, supported by the
The Senior Class presentsthe :-
will be reintroduced
.
program
direction of their teacher Mrs. National Science Foundation.Any
brought to the Bradford County -
annual senior play "The
in the 1963 Legislative -
: Hospital for treatment of' M. A. Payne and intern teacher teacher who is currently ,
session. Mrs. E. A. HallChildren's Phantom at the High School"on
Mrs- J. they were I teaching at least one full j
committee president -: burns on his face and torso- Spence, April 5. This is a mystery-
degree : guided through the P2V7I course in science or mathematics -
Most of them were second -
I named T. L. Casey Mrs,, comedy in three acts. Come school
aircraft and in a secondary .
with a few possibly thirddegree Navy Neptune .
and of the seniors -
Elden Hardy and Re"L.. A I I out see many
various of the : is eligible to apply. The candidates -
: buins. Rev J. R. Smith departments .
for the -
RJE's
stage
on ..
Hebert to this .
serve on com nationwide and V ; .5. V VV
of Keystone Heights whose I squadron. are .. _! __V -
'1 mittee. V : last time. Curtain time is S. 4 ,-V.: .. -.5 4.
''car HUb..J.ard'as trying to After the tour of the squadron I are selected without regard to : -- .. ___.V .
The: Florida Association oJSchool I. 8:15: p.m. 1 V .,(. -
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I .'_ start, was also burned on the the youngsters were treated The RJE choir will travel race, creed, or color. solely on If- -
Librarians is advocatLJng I V
to the standard I' ..' V ..L V f
palms of Jhis hands in attempting Navy 'the of their ability to ? -- V
; Friday basis VV -
_, a legislative program thai V I to Green Cove Springs F .( -
: to aid Hubbard. Flight lunches and a movie ,, ---f.,. : L.r .
would include librarian foi V V
a I in the squadron wardroom, -
I illiV -
evrry 500 students in averagt. I .1 t .. ---.-.. -- .
i where Commander Vernon F.,. -- -' "-:_
MARINES INJURED STARKE V -
I flatly attendance. It was pointed .. Officer ::: ____.._ V S.
.. Anderson. Commanding V Vwinj
""' out that ,the V American Library ., : I I'I .
: Two MarinesTimothy W. :: of Patrol Squadron Eighteen > .
Assn. recommends t L L Harrison '20. and William E. gave a short talk on the'I BUSINESS DIRECTORY : ,) '

minimum of ten books pei ; Roberts. 20, escaped without ':< history of Naval Aviation and :..

I child and an annual expend. erious injury Thursday morning made each pupil an Honorary r 'SERVICEEarl's '
ture of from ?4 to $6 per cHk I L when their 1951 Henry J Naval Aviator. \UTO REPAIRS AUTO V

for books. Florida has an &verage -. went out of control as the V I: -

.' of 5.3 books per child,j driver attempted to dodge a r 1 Garage 11 Starke's A'

and ,an annual expenditure oj:r: j rabbit on U.S. 301 South, near BOATDRAIN BAPTIST ALL KINDS OF Cities Service' Station{ 4'.:at' I

only $1-57 per student foi r | Ritch's Fruit & Gift Shop. CHURCH ACTO REPAIR WORK Dayton* is no "private" test arranged by a manufacturer to.fvor his car's strong
Gardener Prop.
books, Miss Starnes said. I The car was badly damaged All Work Guaranteed I, J. C. BOX SCOlt O'F DURABlutY i points. It is open competition-anyone can enter-and the one thing that n

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\ ITYYY1YY fTYYVTyyyyyYyyyyVVyVVVVVVyVVYYVYVYTIL \ Miss Strickland At Mayor's Urging rTYTTTYTTYTTTITTTTTTTTI include the following: Mrs., see spent the weekend with\ 'YYTTTYYY 't, \ .,' i
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Mary Cook and Miss Iva Hill- Mr- and Mrs. A. C. Spires.

i L KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS : Weds Mr. Ful** uh MELROSE yer first place; Mrs. Walter 'r Mr. and' Mrs. Ernest Bartlett G'RANO1N i

In Paran Church Keystone Council Opposes$ Bid t; J., Groiick and Miss Sally':- received word from Mr. .

I By Mary K. Sdaffert&iAALk By Mrs. Alice IteihhammervvvvyvyYTYyyyyyI Mansfield, second place; Mrs.Phil : and Mrs N.Warren Barelett of By Charleyenr Brantlej", .

Miss Ilene Strickland, Kroiaer and Mrs. Herb Syracuse, N. Y. of the birth ,.
I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Of Green Cove For Old Navy BaseAt Nelson. third place; Mrs. W. : of their first great grandchild ....... ..........!W..
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W'------ -- ---------- H. Davies and Mrs. Rhea' '
I Marshall Strickland of Flora-1 Melrose Woman's Club'About : I' Daniel Bruce Bartlett. The weather is just"4ike

I' 4 The Masonic Temple will bet i:alled to order at the Clay El- \ home, became the bride of Elmer the regular meeting of plus Army Air Base now oper- 65 people viewed the i Johnson Personals fourth place. ;' Richard G. Logsdon spent' spring tod y. All the foliage ,

the scene of initiation ceremonies
of candidates for Mem< 1 large number' of people had ; and Mrs. Elmer Fulghun Sr. 'council Tuesday: night, Mayor Councilman Watson, seconded Woman's Club Wednesday, Mrs. P. W.. Cooper of West- j buJ azaleas are in bl<)jjn,

bership in Eastern Star Chap- i;athered'to learn ""how? to ,win: of Palatka. in a double ring ', Lindsey Walker introduced a by Roy'Watkins moved March 6. Paintings, 'by :Gen.H. field N.- J. is spending a' few\ j, Ethel Grassy and other rela- and it looks like spring is

ter 279. The., regular. business 1[fiends and influence people";j candlelight ceremony last) 'resolution aimed at keepingthe that the resolution be- a- P. Hollis. Mrs. R. P. Hollis weeks at her cottage oh 'LakeSanta j tives in Columbus NewsBoy Ohio. :;: just around the corner.
BoyScout
meeting will foUow, after' i and a number had already i I Saturday evening in the Para city of Green Cove i iBprlI1gs dopted. Watson.,Watkins, and Miss G. McGill, and 'Mrs. \Y.j Fe. She is visiting!' -i On Tuesday Mrs. Morgan
which members and'visitors : ;signed for the course. Calvin! Baptist Church. Rev. Robert R. Campbell; ceramics by friends and relatives, includ- Scout Troop 109 of
;I j from purchasing the. Williams voted in favor of it, I Johnston of Lake Swan spent
of the order will retire to banquet 'Walker urged those who wished i F. Knight of Green Cove | deactivated Green Cove Na- while Beam and Council Mrs. M. sippr ll and Kathryn ing'her father' L. M. Pearsall.t. Melrose attended the Court of : the day with Mrs. Annie Sik-

hall for a .social hour and i I to do so to sign' up immediately : Springs officiated, assisted by I val Base. < Chairman Don Pangborn did Sipprell; Japanese dolls made Mr. and 'Mrs. Earnest Bartlett -: Honor in' Gainesville on Feb.'' es.

refreshments provided by the : : because of the limit I Rev.: Paul A. Travis of Key- Mayor Walker's resolution not vote. by' Mrs. R. Stevens in Japan; and Mrs. George Sperlin' 28. David Burkhalter was a-

hostesses, Mrs. Alma Frost, j .to the number in each class.E. i, stone Heights. : asked Senators Holland and and quilts made by Mrs. A.I of Penney Farms attended j warded' merit badge on hog : Mrs. Von Mask was a patient -
In other action the. council; Berea Alumni in Glendale Hospital in
College Annual
I' Mrs. Amy McElrath. Mrs. Mil- j W. Dwyer of Keystone j Tall candelabra and baskets Smathers, along with Con- V. Hillyer weie important ex- production citizenship in the ;;
Appointed Edward Corbettas Saturday Palatka over last weekend.
meeting at Ravine
lie Muhlhofer and Mrs. Ber- hibits. home and advanced to rank ;;
; Heights, who took the course ; of white chrysanthemums gressman Billy Mathews to reject -; the j.
new town clerk to fill
Gardens in Palatka followed of Star Scout. Jordan : Among those visiting the
nice' Young. j in Hartford, Conn. in 1926 j pompoms, and gladioli were : the Green Cove city bid ; Flower arrangements by > Roy was
1 vacancy caused by. resignation : by a dinner at 6:30 at the Civic :: awarded a merit badge in' home of Mrs. Callie Rye and
April 2 is the date of the i; 'claimedand lightly soto used in decorating the church.I and accept the one from the Mrs. C. R. Hook graced a
of Charles Newman, and established -
opening of the Grand Chapter i be the oldest of the "old I Bows of white satin ribbon.I| State of Florida. '' table covered by a hand cro- Center. Speakers were F. swimming and hiking. Randall Mrs. Vira Herring for the

.p of State of Florida OES, at' grads." And Just in passing : and baby breath market the Walker's basis for introduc- I regular town hall office cheted lace cloth;.owned: bY' S. Hutchins, president of the : Burkhalter' Rqbert Lee, and I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grout

\ the Coliseum in Jacksonville. j hours. college, and Mr. White. Michael Wallace have advanced -i were business visitors in Pa-
we must say that there is evidence family pews. I ing the resolution his Mrs. L. Pearsall. Photograph' '
I was expressed -:
Turned down 'a reuettfrom Mr.
Worthy Matrol Phyllis Hussey of the good this cours' Nuptial music was sung by : belief that the state !I painting by Mrs. M. Mayber- and Mrs. J. M. Binns to Tenderfoot In Troop 109. latka on Monday.
Lovett E.
f of Keystone Heights will attend can do an ambitious hard-, Edgar Johnson of Palatka. accompanied -\ would be more. active in bring- t!j Williams game of biologist the Game & ,: ry mosaics and,copper toolingwere > and daughters of Jacksonville i' Attending Court of Honor ; weekend were Mr. and Mrs.

all cessions.: Chaplain j working person in the business j by Mrs. Raymond ing industry into Clay Coun- I!, shown from the Crafts spent the weekend with Mr. with the above Scouts were ; Lamar dough, John Herring
Fresh Water Fish Commission
Ernestine Eisenacher who isi I world. Tommy MilUcan. who Harvey of Florahome at the 1 ty. I!i the Class.A hand ribbon knit dress.'I and Mrs. W. H. Allen and. Guy Catchpole, John Regan, and daughters of Gainesville
to 2,500
incorporate
also Past Worthy Matron, will has just been given a most ; piano. j C. J. O'Connor, secretary of t with by Mrs. K. Segur and a family. Eddie Rothhammer, and Lloyd Harris Herring of Palatka.

be Escort to Grand Treasurer, responsible job in the Clay ; Quincy Masters of Palatka j the Clay County Committee : acres the Camp Keystone Blanding Airport Wild Life sweater' decorated by Mrs. H. visited MJ'$. May Thomas of Starke Baldwin. and Miss Loretta Luke of Pa
Mr- and Mrs. M.
R.
Mary Laura Johnson of Electric Cooperative set-up, served Mr. Fulghun as best of 100, spoke to the council in Ashley evoked some interest. latka. .
Management Area. Cason .
esville Chapter. Gain-I was one of the graduat who j'i man. The ring bearer was David -! support of the mayor's resolu- Held up the grazing lease Miss Ann, Horton,. Interim' and Wednesday.Mr. Mrs.:: Pat Glisson' METHODIST CHU11CFMEUIOSB The Florahome Methodist

further notices of the ( gave testimony! McLeod of St. Augustine tion. O'Connor expressed be- Associate Professor at"the University Church had a revival last
with S. E. Kennedy for 1,400 and daughter. Melanie of
in this paper, as well as in' Mrs. Sarah McDonald tax I cousin;: of the bride. lie that if the State of Florida ;i i. acres of he airport property of Florida spoke on Warrenton, Va. are visiting Re,. Kenneth W. Griffith. week" with Rev. Davis of Madison -

the Jacksonville papers. collector, reminds Kaystoners Ushers were Owen Prestonof did not get the Naval Base pending outcome of further the Cookery of Painting, giv'ing -Mr. and Mrs. Pastor as guest speaker.

Friends of former Keyston- that all city taxes are delinquent Palatka and Donald Seig- the Florida Development Commission ,., discussions with the state' the history of the making Lisha Edwards Bunyon celebratedher Kelley. tunday! School 9:45 a. D1. Mrs. Roxie Clough of Gainesville -

I er, Mrs. Florence Thiele, will after March 31. A 5 per ler of Grandin. might not cooperate paints. An interesting and re- 11 Mrs. Callie Rye, and
concerning hunting on the Worship
first
birthday March 2 a-tm.
be glad to know her address "fnt .ielinquent fee will be Given in marriage by her wholeheartedly with the city warding\ day was enjoyed as Mrs. Vira Herring were visitors -

is :23! Rifton Place Wa} pn. N. charzrd after that date. father, the bride chose for her in getting new industry.The area.Agreed planned by the Exhibit Committee with her cousins Jack and' TRINITY EPISCOPAL in Starke Monday.
to town Jody Bass of Bunnell at the
Y. Pei haps they would, like Th Keystone Heights Women's weeding a floor length gown Naval Base closed last i.50 pay police Mrs. John Strawn, 1 CHURCH MELROSF\ Rev. John Minder of Clearwater -

to send her a birthday card Club will hold a Covered i i of delustered peau de sole taffeta June and was put up for sale officers $ per day for the Miss Iva Hillyer. and Mrs R. party. and Mrs. E. S. Brant-
their personal durIng Miss Doris Ford of the Un-
to help he- celebrate on Dish: ; Luncheon on Tuesday, : featuring a fitted bodice ; ,ty the General Services Ad- i use of the time that cars the city- P. Hollis. iversity of Florida spent the Holy Days 10 a. m.. Holy I ley and sons were business[

March 18. Maj 26, !in th? Community with sabrina styled neckline, ministration of the Federal A dogwood tree in bloom was Sundays 10 & m. Church : visitors in Palatka Monday.
with'
out of service. weekend her Mr. '
Two more birthdays thi$ eduatioial building, with police car was recently donated by Dr. Cecil parents
Church : garlanded re-embroider-j i Government. Both the State School. 11:45
a. m. Morning
patientat
1 Deferred action the and MrsC.. A. Ford. Mrs. Callie Rye is a
on request -
weekend that we know of. ( and all members are urged to ed Alencon lace with sequins'|' and the City of Green Cove R. Hook to the Woman's CluB. : Prayer and Sermon i First I i I Doctor's Hospital. Mrs.
Arthur Rennison is in the
of Ed Flakes of the Key-
These cagey l&aies would rar bring either a guest or a pros- and tiny seed pearls. The long.| have submitted bids for the The tree was planted in frontof Veterans Sunday, Holy Communion 1. 11 Ruth Gsrnto: is working in the
at Lake
stone Restaurant for a beer Hospital :
ther not discuss it. but we I peptlve m mQ?:. ; tapered sleeves came to points i surplus property. As of now, the post office. p.m. Episcopal Young Church. 1 post office while Mrs. Rye is
license until the April meet-
wish Janet Lamm and Gladys I An interesting program is over the wrist and were fastened the city is high bidder withan Episcopal Church City.Mr. men.. I
and Mrs. Gil Whitton
Haberstroh the best! i i being planned by the program with self-covered buttons offer of $750,000 over the ing. The women of Trinity Episcopal Communion.The away.Among

i Friends of Mrs. Miriam Sloe ;, chairman, Mrs. John Karges. The graceful skirt, styl- ;: state: bid of 620000. Mayor Questioned Tax Collector Church held a meetingat and children of Largo spent Rev. Lee W. Heaton.I the out-of-town
to know that Sarah McDonald and Tax As- the, weekend on Lake Clem- guests at the Paran Baptist
cumt) are happy The Annual Meeting of the ed with scintillating scissor Walker supports the Committee the Rectory Thursday. The Vicar.

'! she is home from the Brad- Clay Electric Cooperative will pleat front and full chapel of 100, of which he is a sessor T. B. Millican concerning business meeting was conducted -|; mons. Church Sunday night were !

.4. ford County Hospital after a 1 be held on the grounds in 1 train, was enhanced with a : member.In the complaint by G. E. by Miss Iva Hillyer. and the i Mr., and Mrs. R. -F. Simmons Rev. and Mrs. Sam Cuthbert.

"i. three week stay following sur Keystone Heights on March circulet of re-embroidered Al- answer to a question by Wiggins that his property was devotional was given by Mrs., spent the weekend with Mrs. PARAN BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Cuthbert is the Chaplainat

I 28. Members of the PTA are eneon lace, and; tiny salf-ma,, Councilman Al Watson Mr. not receiving the proper home- Lee Heaton. Mrs. Arthur Elliot ; Lee Williams at Dundee. GRANDIN, FLA. the Suniland Training
gery.Mrs.
Nealie Rich has finally i reminded to bake something terial. bows. |I I i. O'Connor said that a similar stead exemption. i of Otter Lake. Mich, was ; Henry Carter of Jacksonville Center in Gainesville. Sun-

come home from the Brady i good for the bake goods concession A fingertip veil or bridal 11- resolution had recently been Council agreed that the i: co-h stess with Mrs. Heaton;, is visiting his brother and' Rev. Paul Travis Pastor day morning after the mom-

ford County Hospital after I Mrs. Fred Dodd will | lusion, with deep edging of passed by the City of Orange present assessment was proper and served delicious blueberry -;, sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. J. ing service the church mem-

being there over three weeks be in charge of the stand for j imported French lace. was at- : Paik. and would stand. Council-! fritters with coffee for re- I| C. Carter. Sunday School, 10 a.m. bers had dinner on the

with pneumonia. I the PTA. She. will need your J I, tached to a tiara-style crown Councilman Bill Beam ex- :; man Watkins was instructed : freshments. Mrs. Nettle Mann of Jacksonville ; Morning Worship 11 a.m grounds in honor of the pastor -

Glad to see Kitty McGlave help. of Aurora Borealis and tiny'' pressed an opinion that Keystone to advise Mr. Wiggins that his j Lenten Prayer Services will ., visited in Melrose Training Union, 6:30 p. m. Rev. Paul Travis' birth-

able to be up and out after The Melrose Home Demon. seed }pearls. She carried a ::. Heights should not get homestead exemption status'' be held Wednesday night at Monday. Evening worship, 7:30: p. m day. Everyone had a very 'enjoyable -

her bout with flu. She was stration Club will at the white Bible, topped with a involved in G r e e n Cove would not be changed and that 7:30: and every Wednesday l Mrs. Evans Spires and sons, Midweek Prayer Meeting VIed hour as well as a good

able to be at the Lions Club home of Mrs. Herman Schroeder -, white orchid and' stephanotis Springs "politics" by being' if his taxes were not paid by during Lent at the Trinity ,! Evans and Gregg of Tallahas-I nesday 7:30 p.m. meal.

Ladies Night, but still a little on Half Moon Lake on ; with satin streamers. Her pearl critical of that town's officials. ; April 1 his property would be'' Episcopal Church. \ -. ...:..- -- -a.

weak.. Meanwhile Charlie has Friday, March 29, at 2 p.m. I necklace and earrings were a'' He pointed out that keystone | considered for delinquent tax ; School News 7

developed a case of "dishpan- There will be a demonstration -| gift of the bridegroom. ,. councilmen would be upset sale. j Several members of the Melrose -
very !
hand" .of yeast breads.A j i Miss Linda Sue Strickland, \I II :,',. if Green: Cove passed. a. The council's action was' FFA Chapter and their 1' KEYSTONE HEIGHTSMEL!

Mrs. Daisy 'Hall has been' repeat "performance\ of I sister of the bride, was maid:'. resolution' supporting' a move I!I based on a ruling by the Sweetheart, Miss Margaret pL

sick for the past three weeks the all-local-talent Vaudeville' I!, of honor. She wore a ballerina by someone, such as Bradford ,, State Attorney General's office Sade' toured the University of

too. She Is one of the ole-time Show will be held Saturday j lencth dress of white silk bro- County. to take over the surJ i Florida during Career Day

Keystoners, and when the neW evening, March 3D, at the BHS \! cade, fashioned with- fitted ii i Saturday. I BOSiN'E'SDIRECTOllYI I I :

Woman's Club is completed, Auditorium in Starke. The J bodice modified scoop neckline : tal. j Duplicate Bridge L

we hope to have her on a Woman's Club of Keystone i I!r ty Hospital Auxiliary has been' and short sleeves. The : The cake was cut and served i ii The winners of Melrose Duplicate Ii I ,

program to tell us of the Heights is sponsoring it, benefit i sponsoring a "Save Your Can- controlled bell skirt featured ; by Mrs. Shirley Grayson and ;; Bridge for last week i 1 I

changes she has seen In Key I i their building, fund. It will celled Stamps" Campaign. i an overskirt of turquoise net. 'Mrs. Jennie' Andrews. Mrs.. :I .- APPLIANCES JEWELER ,I It RESTAURANTS

tone over the years. i be well worth $1. Student tickets : With the help of Mrs. George Her headpiece was turquoise' 1' Dottle Varnes and Mrs. Char- with lo' pomts:. and Team 4 t I THE

Friends of Mrs. Beatrice will be 50c. Get 'your now, : Schaeffer bank"was j silk organza, featuring a rose lene Chesser assisted at the I '
I a "stamp is in 5th place, with 9 points. T V Service Center: Keystone Jewelers
Shroeder are in sympathy with I as it is liable to be a sell-out arranged at the post of- set on petal base, touched, by, punch bowl. j l'ext'week.','March 18, Team Keystone Heights

her in the loss of her mother, j I again! fice. because too many people tiny pearls and floating short, Mrs. Jack P. Gilleh greeted; '1 will play' Team' 5; Team 2 I"' J. R. flUES Proprietor., and Gift Shop :

Mrs. Beatrice Lavey, who pa.ssed There has been a change in i II, had been tossing unwanted veil. She carried a cascade i I guests at the door and..pre-j will play team 3f;;. and Team 4 ';Authorized, Motorola Phil co Restaurant

away recently. Mrs. Lavey ',, the date of the March meet- '!ads and cigarette butts into ; bouquet of white Iris, accented sente dthem to the receiving will play Team ,6. Sales and Service i A Nice Selection Of !I III Under New ManagementSpecializing '

mado her home with the | .lug of the Garden .Club of:; the first boxes designated for 1 with satin and maline. I' line composed .of the ,bride .On Monday of this week. Ben ice On All Make* I!II Welding Gifts j! In

Schroeders.Carneige j the Lakes. The new date will this purpose. ; Miss Marlyon Varnes and I I and groom, the, parents! of the I guests from Brentwood and TRA'mo' STEREO j I Sterling Blue Plates with
Course Planned be March 21. and the meeting Miss Beeline Fulghun. sister I! bride and groom, grandparents i i Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals"I
I i The Bank" 'Mayport were playing *
"Stamp is now courses | Greeting Cards ; Fresh Vegetable
Promptly, at 7:27 on March | will be held at the home of j of the groom, served as brides-i of the bride, Mr. and Mrs.:j j Keystone Heights, USt851I *
I I much the worse for wear, but practice rounds at the Keystone -
7, a demonstration meeting of I i Mrs. Lawrence F. LaMee on. maids. They wore dresses, and I G. C. Conner of Starke and I I iMi'Jie&Wallie! Muhlhofer Ol'FN
I still Club Course in -
;.; you can put your cancel- preparation !, I
the Dale Carnegie Course was. Keystone Lake. The speaker headpieces identical to>> those I the bride's attendants. 6 .\. M.-)10 P. 31. Mon.-Thiifr.
Exp'ert'Vatch
led stamps into it. These for the Pro-Lady tournament Repairs ;
I will be Dr. Hall l of the University '; of the maid of honor. Their I Mrs. John McLeod of St. AUTO SERVICE OPEN 6 A. M. ill Midnite
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'I l, stamps have been gathered: ut> to be played on Tuesday. CertifiedVatchmaker
I''_____ of__ _Florida.nn__ i i all over the counti -, and sevj* I j bouquets were of yellow Iris:;i Augustine, aunt of the bride, and the Ladles Invitational Terrell'sGulf Keystone H ights 473-4177 Fri., Sat., Sun. I
IS YOUR ESTATE 'Cial'message for all' accented with turquoise kept the bride's book. ,
A s : : I .
eral Tournament Wednesdayand At the
winter visitors and resi- ; on fctopIHe Kejfrtnne 1,1111.
PROGRAM UP TO DATE?, Duplicate Bridge Club mem-:: i Little Miss Becky Ann Mc-I After spending some time Service :
dents of, Penney Farms have \ Thi'rsdav of next week, _
beis The Keystone Heights i Leod of St. Augustine cousin with their guests. the young
ASK YOUR GULF LIFE : [ volunteered for the tedious March ..9 and 20. an:! 21. [
Duplicate Bridge Club will not!' of the bride, was flower girl.; couple left on a brief wedding j :\'t iv &" t'vd Tin WJ.LWORK Lake Brooklyn
ot'removing Keystoners have been pleased
SIAN FOR THIS FREE job the stamps j
; meet until further notice. ,, She wore white nylon over j trip. For travelling, the bride i! from S3to ify.All'. ;1z s
from the due: to folks from the .
envelopes. But see so
SERVICEL. i I many Restaurant
'II BatteYir
I When play is resumed you turquoise taffeta, with white .wore a three-piece biege suit Jacksonville the Miitriratioa Acres.'I'
to the concerted effort of all. area enjoying
R. BRAULT |; will be notified of the date by the hospital now has its fifth', flowers in her hair and carried I with matching accessories. and' local course.! OPEN' 7 A. :M: 7:30 P.1:: Keystone STEAKS CHOPS

a lace basket with rose the orchid from her bridal'' Keystone Height 47J'42'9AUTO : I
m1l.a : Seafood Orders To
PHONE 473-4131! instrument-appliance. | Th Junior Woman's Club ,MMMB MMBMMam MBa MM* Go
I Bank petals. bouquet. !
Use The Stamp Millwork
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Ja c Hlway.%Keystone, HrlghicMa Under the leadership of Mrs..; It costs you nothing, and Immediately after the The bride is a graduate of1'I:will sponsor a card party March in STORE I Shop OPEN
Masonic Hall
: | takes about 10 seconds of : I i Saturday _
1 MMMMMBMMMMW*1. Coun-I. a reception cere-I Melrose High School, and is! !
David Nelson the Clay mony was
7 6 A.
Days M. till Midnite!
b tUne i i )J6, at 8 p.m. Pinocle, budget I
to tear
off the
your corner nOOKS
CABINETS
___n_ : the:home of the bride. employed by Clay Electric Co- j i and' Western Auto -
canasta will be played.
of your envelope with the } baskets of white chrysanthemums operative. Mr..Fulghun attend- :! WINDOW, FRAMES 1-4'Mi. N. of Stoplite
cancelled and it [I Prizes for each and door pri-
stamp drop Associate StoreS
I and ed'school in Putnam County*
,pompoms, gladioliwere SCBIENSi Keystone, Ue1rhtllI
into the bank at of- I i zes.
the post
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used in decorating. The and is employed with
now AppUancea- jor or SmaU i I !
fice. Remember to tear off the Community Church News: Trim Maferiili
YOU SAY bride's table was covered witha Hudson Pulp & ,Paper Co.]I Auto Accessorial, Tires, REAIESTATE
DID of the leaving i I ,All afternoon Circles of the -
corner envelope euh Made T* Order
; lace cloth over aqua, and They ,will reside in Palatka. : Batteries. t
about 1-. to 1-2 inch all ;i I Community Church Women '
was centered with an arrangement Following their wedding'- Sporting Goods, Bicycles. Keystone Heights .173-4289 ,C.
will J. Pete
AUTOMATICRECEIPTS I around the'sta np.DO NOT try meet at 1:30: p. m. on O'ConnorREALTOR
'of white and hearsal last night. Miss
pink snapdragon Friday Hardware, Taints, Garden
to March. as follows: -U I,
.unglue the .stamp. "The life '
'
pink carnations and. Strickland and Mr. Fulghun David Nel uppl h. ; .
save may'be Chairman Mrs. 4 .
you your own.
!
? baby breath.At .and their attendants were entertained KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Ladies at Dinner son, Circle 1. at the hOme fMrs. -. NURSERY F.AL.ESTiTJ.
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end of the table t at at the
-one was supper i MMn Mn BMMiHMW
Azzie SantaFe
The Keystone .Ueights the three-tiered! 'Wedding cake home of. the bride in Flora- Lake Melrose.Williams. on 'iifflC.! Contractors **, I:MORTGAGES APPRAISALS

I Uons' Club' Ladies Night was with miniature'- bride silver j 1'
I topped a. .home. Aqua candles m Chairman Mrs. Sarah McDonald Clemens 'KeyrtoM Heights Tel. 473,4297i"

held on Monday evening. and groom. and the crystal! candle holders, and a large' Circle 2, at her homeon Jackson Electric Co. Nursery: : .

March 11, wh n'the Lions the I white wedding bell were used; CONTRAcTrOIIflotse'Wh:1ng. ,. i" WinifredH.CRAWFORD)
punch bowl was placed at Keystone Lake. ELECTRICAL .
brought their wives to their ,in ilecorating. During the eve: CUrn trees .$2.89' to .'fU3:I
Chairman Mrs! Walter GroJicfc -. : Electric ''Ranieanti I
other end. Crystal l candle hold ;
regular monthly dinner meet-
ning. Miss Strickland and Mr. Water Heater come ID fruit Ca nfl1 or Bare-
Circle 3, at her home on Repairs :
ing at the Masonic :Hall. Din- ers were used, .and other appointments Fulghun presented gifts to I ft.er. R_| MUte nrektrLtke .
i Santa. Fe. Lake .Melrose;; Mrs. Central Electric Repair Worh: root; i I
ner was served by the JuniorWomans ) were. also, of crys-; their attendants. .
Arthur Mannering... h steu. Call 'Toby For All Your Properties Aere& -
Club ladies. It was ,.. Azaleas S for f LOO. to Sl.tio, eft.Hlway .
I' Chairman. MrS:'Bertha Jones. Electrical .:ieedS' Ranc&ej Baiineu City

,< - also a Zone Meeting and tlnue doing such a' good job I i i ation Alligator" which took .. Circle 5. at the hom? of Ktystbne Heights Ph; 47J4973j ; 100 it Hillcrtst Homes Rentals .
Lions from the' Waldo Club.
'[
as secretary-treasurer; Lion' place in and around Keystone Mrs, M. A. r FBea] Schroeder
Starke Club and Jacksonville j B 3t; Mile* Eu; of "W. Take A Personal Intertft
Jack Harberstrotf, Lion Tam Heights last summer to the Half Moon Lake, assisted
on ,
you GET AUTOMATIC n(. Riverside Club hand FLORIST In Your Requirements"
SAID were on Keystone Hf"ghll:
er; and Lions Frank Noon I surprise of most all present.He by Mrs. Heiman Schroeder:
CIlfTS FOR, MONET YOU PAY OUT -.W IN i many1th' their wives. Y'1 Midway: Reystoht Hdfhtatt .
1 l Tail Twister, Election will be stressed Importance of Eevining Circles will meetas
: .YOU, tAT' W1TH CHfCKS. YOU CANCIUID i iI Lion President Charlie McGlave -' in April. Lion McGlave e&- 'I I'national security and commended follows: Edna Williams! .. ,MeIti.ftJa .

CHICKS RETURNED ',TO YOU HRIOD5CAUY, welcomed ,all guests nounced that Lion Schaeffer} Keystoners who took Chairman Mrs. Leon Wagner flft1JT-NLJB5E&T tIm s IX CONTAINERS -Ope*; Sull4&11nR -

ARE VALID PROOF OF PAYMENT! WHY NOT and had them introduce them- is' noEyeBank.. chairman; part without talking about it. the Nightengales: at the ( 5- ; J 4I

OPIN A CHECKING ACCOUNT WITH US i selves. Happy Birthday was\ Lion George Ma'ssa, chairman On ,Monday, March 11, home of Mrs: Ida Gentry at I A.l FLOWERS* ITa /|L50 'To.t.{$5...4.', > -*. j I i:. f. :'" ..

sung to Mrs. M Glave and.to of Eye Conservation members of the Women's Golf Lake Miss AA.Ocr.\ 4
i r Geneva assisted by
; S
Lion Hugh Griffin of Lake !I Plenty: of Bloom ni' Camellias|i;, ; E.McKay> Realtor
For entertainment. Miss I Association of the Keystone Lillian 'Qentry.Chairman Vteim0 : Pnora: GR' 62331MMMMB '
SOCNTr ,. Geneva, both of whom were 1 Club ,- .- front 50c Rare Camellias;: ttrIAIii 1 '
Sara Marvin daughter of Heights Country held Mrs- J. W. Wildt, I, HM l B gB g l ; up. .s.so .

I H celebrating their natal day. Lion Roger Marvin of the: _Rf- thenttiird session of Team Rebeccas, at the'home of Mrs.' grafted, $7-50 op. Plenty of Terms 16 Lots Sunset Lak _

Lion McGlave. called on Lion .,'erSide' Club, did two song.t Play Tournaments with Team.;: Richard, Sunderland on Live ; INSURANCE t Evergreens 'and' Landscape $5775. Term! Investment tracts

'George Schaeffer to present and dance numbers, in colorful 3 leading with 24 points. Members Oak Ave. Keystone* I .. ..1 i i large enough for several lotlaccefts ..

the slate of officers for. the costumes.: Cot Henry' J. of Team 3 are Gene The combined Youth Fellowship Murrhee Insurance \ 'F1artiiiti I to wide sandy bea h.
STATE BANK
THE. KEYSTONE following year_from,the nom- Wolfe of the Alrboume Special -1 Chrhtdffers, Jane L Coste. Groups the Community landscape your horn 'Us*' for recreation while botd.

: .1riati g committee." Lion TommY ) Forces was ah honored Zee Tolles. and Corrine Louth. Church assisted in the Agency 'I lag for investment E-Z TeraU.

MEMBER F.D.I.C. Millican was suggested for ( guest, 'and he was an< Inttr-i Team .l and Team: 5 arei| serving 'of' the Pig Barbecue, i I 0. C. CARES NURSERYliiwsy 2 BIt CB famished 'eottage on

: I 1 president;..Lions DIck Soenbe- :; esing; sketch of the work being -|I tied for second place. with 22*ji Dinner on March .9 at the Masonic : !, General Insurance Beautiful Lake Ilatchmwn ,

: A. Friendly. Bank In A ,Friendly Community 'Thomas for first :vice pres.;. !I done by his group of anti- i 11-2 points. each. Team 2 is in Hall. The, f Xm50r Clay I YLre-Vaualty-Bouda. n. oo. Terms. 1

Keystone Heights. Via.J I : Lion Schaeffer for second vice j lns1 rrect10nlSts. Of special interest -{ third place with 15 points; : County Civil Defense, Unit No.'I i Allied Line* : 100. 23 mi. E. of Stark* Keystone Heights, lta.

.i pres.; Lion Joe Wildt. to>> con- ;: was his story of MOp&-' Team 6 is in fourth place i Keystone Heights! TeL 4T8-428:5 Florahome' fit. 8t-- 665, I '4734S16i t
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I' PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEG IAPH STABKE FLORmA THURSDAY MAR. 14. 1863
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has paid a total of $9,900 issue is scheduled to be retired Zipper Notebooks' |M9 *t

1. BUS Golfers toward retiring the issue and in 1988.
U this is Bradford County Telegraph.
year making monthly

1.I (ffE payments of $2,793.96 of which Zipper Notebooks $3.49 at LOST One white Walker

I : i ij I : ; Record 1st Win $1,965.53 is interest and $833.43 .- the Bradford County Tele- Hound with lemon spots. Very

__ _ -0' :t .( J __ is principal. The $425,000! garph. man-shy. Phone 964-0491. ltp
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'Ir4Ea.v(5 4L

High School's golf
team last Friday defeated Pa-

The Interclub Golf Match latka for the first win in the

between Keystone Heights and school's two-year history as an
I
Starke was played here last j" L- interscholastic competitor in 20 Words or less, one time _-_-_- .95 Memorials, Resolutions ---_ 80 per wore

Sunday. The over all score for t ,*- : H the sport. If not paid in advance __ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 51 words JJJt

Keystone Heights was 42 1-2 The boys proved the victorywas Keyed or Blind Ads ___-- 1.00 Over 50 words 6e worf
per
|n/I Starke was 47 1-2. There i( Ni; no fluke Monday when Each additional word over 20 -?.- 03 Display ads la Classified 1JJO Indl
fIN L -J per
were 44 entries, 22 from each -j .they also defeated Bolles

4 $lub. Those who won prizesby i- Academy in a close match oa INSURANCE 'IA'l -- -
H. A.
I GRAINGER, Spreader
IM A. REDUCED
RATES IF SOLD
defeating their opponents the local course. Scoring: pointsfor AUTO I Service Chicken fertilizerfor
\ !by .two points or more were', I jt I the Tornadoes In the two DOYLE FIRE E. CONNER BOAT' THIS WEEK ONLY! sale. Hauled and spread.

Bobby cRae, Bill Epps, Gil \ t-f Lli41rz\wi. matches were Harold Bishop, INSURANCE AGENCY I 1 Karat, "A" Grade Lime also. Phone 684-5433,

Newcomb. "B 1 s h" Bishop, Mike Sheppard, Mke: Willis, Phone 964-4501, I DIAMONDSOLITAIRE Grandin, Fla. 8tp 4-18

jlike Sheppard Monk Dink- w I Jimmy Meyer, Richard Hobbs,,, tfch?! I We specialize in all types
Ins, Bob Shannon. "Buddy" j: and Barry Firth. FOR SALE-2 bedroom framed
Bishop. Jim Godwin, S. G.I i I rfh Allbee (Linda Oglesby) consents to let Mrs. Midrock's daughter Lucy 1 i Pushing these boys for positions house to be moved. Anton-j roofing, remodeling repairs

Denmark. G. L. Patten and I IScotty I' (Charles Phipps, on stool) be the shows' new Pricess Doreena. I on the teun are Herb Zacek, Hampton Junction. : In 4.Prong Tiffany and root painting. No money

Adams all of Starke. (Nelson David Blaisde'l Barry _ 2tp 3-141 Mounting: down, free estimates. J. .B.
Those from Keystone were, t Smith David Silcox -- Reg. Price $695 Mteks Roofing Co. Jacksonville -
I -. -- I Steve Denmark -, TAKE UP PAYMENTS a1 i
on
___ I Fla. Telephone PO 8-
Johnny Martin, Frank Otting- and Flip Graham." I beautiful Stero Player at Dah-1 NOW ONLY
er. E. Martin R. Menzen, Bill The team is coached by BHS mer's Discount House. Phone I I I I 7057. 7tp 4-4_

I Lee, Craig, S. Adams, Bob Guidance Counselor Edward 969-1771. 4tchg 3-281| $385 I' PORTABLE Capital Stereo

Talker, R. Mangels, and L. r-4-- L Blaisdell and also icceives the'Insurance ; TillS WEEK ONLY record player. just take up
Problems
?
Rushton. I' assistance of local golf pro ] payments at Dahmer's Discount -
1 In the near future it is' Ir- % Homer Wood. The team is allowed -'I Call The Man From I GEM JEWELRY House. Itchg.
planned to have a three-day i Danny (Jim Lewis) finally ,. "TRAVELERS"George
p to practice daily on the I 119 E. Call St.
tournament. for the men withsurrounding admits to MariaLorraine( : \ r---- local course free of charge. E. LaRue, I FOR RENT House with lab

clubs. Priest) that he Ions her as fT3b.\ ,.; The next matcn is planned Keystone Heights Agt. For B. L. Sassee privileges. See Nate Dyal,

.' The pro started giving lesions they both king "It's Easy To with Bolles next week 1 but a "Travelers Ins. Companieos"Tel. -HAVE ONE 17 in. and one weekends.Hampton Lake after 5 or Itchg on

to the ladies last Thurs- Say I Love You" in the second ', 1 time and place has r.ot yet been 473-4692 Day, 21 in. TV sets that can be

flay. Those out were Lil Bishop act of the BUS!, musical "On :xl announced. The team also hos 473-4325 Nites. had for taking up paymentsat FOR SALE I. H. tractor.

Gertie :McRae Virginia With The Show." two matches with Gainesville Auto Fire Home Business Dahmer's Discount House, harrow Boat trailer $23.00,
Shannon Kay Lyon, Anna .'i.: High School on March 25 and Monthly Payment Plan 112 E. Call) St. 4tchg 3-28 Rt. 1 Box A-I, Road 225, 3-4

Felos, Shirley Johns, and my- .. f :l 26 after which preparation will Available FOR SALE- Pet skunk 8 1-2 mile west of 301 Lawtey. ltp

self. The weekly event was a'hree J" be made for the District; tfchg. months old. If interested, con- FOR
r SALE
club Contest. Bernice View ''''' tact Mrs. Nancy Cassels, 517 Wooden lawn
$ 2,000 '. ,- '\.t rournament April .j and 6 in chairs at Strobe's Garage.
FOR Edwards Road. 2tp 3-14
Epps was the winner.yyvYTyyvvvvvvTvyvvvvy' Jacksonville. RENT-2 bedroom unfurnished 4tchg 4-14

I, garage apartment FOR RENT -Downstairs 2
BHS MusicalThe $45 per mo. Close in. 446 W. bedroom. 2 bath furnished a- W. L. Watterson
Titans Win Title
\ 1 Madison St. Phone 964-1841. partment. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid,

;KEYSTONEHILITES : Bradford High junior-senior musical "On By Slim Margin 3 tchg 3-14 phone 969-1491. tfehg FOR SALE1954- CMC 2
ton truck. 2 speed axle. $250.
With The Show" presented last week has been .. S.. I In Blanding BowlingThe FOR SALE -2 br. concrete WANTED Handyman at. See W. H. Maxwell, Hampton.

declared an unqualified success by its sponsors ::__.- -'--'----r---- :-- -- --- 'T"J'.oi"tI" -;. ';ti1-. :..........". block home in walking distance Poultry farm. Room, board Fla ltp 3-14
.. .0.1 and small salary. Foster Hayes -
LA AAAAAAAAAAAAA1AAA1AA after more than 2,000 persons viewed its three The cast looks on as Teena (Patty Kay Lyon) explains to Aggie (Mary Titans won the Camp I I churches.of shopping Furnished area orm and- Rt. 1 Hampton. Phone REGISTER NOW for &dutt

I [Continued From Page 5] performances. Bollinger), the girl of the circus, that Danny doesn't love her as she sings Blanding: Bowling League furnished. Quiet large-lot, 19 Waldo 468-1155. 3tp 3-14 evening classes. Mall JW
Approximately 800 persons were in the audience "It Was Never Meant To Be," in the JiltS musical "On With The Show" championship by only half a I I trees. Call 969-2845. tfchg SPRING IS COMINGHave course selections to L. H. Gib-
1 'thus provided the youth of I for Friday night's performance, more point in the final session last your Lawn Mower sharpened. son. Drawer 100. Starke. $2.00

our community an opportunity than -have ever viewed a sin. circus owner with a big heart witty portrayal of Sid the one of the town's;:; leading
to"take part in civic services. I gle performance of any BHS and :Mary Bollinger, Richard clown. Other leading performciety matrons. Lanes, racking up 2 1-2 points i Washers. Excellent tfchg E. School. tfchz

The Executive Board of the !stage production, according to Scott, and Jim Lewis as the ers were Don Brendes, Dan The entire memoarsnip;; of the to the Felcons' 1 1-2. Both Condition. Bullington Appliances FOR RENT Furnished a- ..

Community Church Women Richard Jockel, producer of the three tramps who join the Dodd, and Henry Dryden as Bradford High cmrus took teams had the same pin!all tfchg partment. Lights and water NEW USED-Chain; saws

) will meet at 9:30 a.m. on play. I show while on the run from the circus characters Patty Kay part in the production' as circus in the second game and had FOR RENT- Small furnished furnished $45 per mo. Mrs. Lawn$50.00 mowers up. Repairs sales all and makes ser

&\ March 25. The Men's Club Leading roles in the musical,II law. Lyon as the snake charmer, characters and provided the to split a point. I apartment, utilities fur- C. Y. Kirchaine, 514 S. Ep- vice. Your McCulloch Dealer

,'h,. ) inner will be at 6:30: p. m.March set among circus life with elab- Most of the sponsors and the Lorraine Priest as the dancing vocal 'portion of tne music. High game for the Titans nished. $50 per mo. 127 Lafayette person St. tfchg Florida Saw Co. 19th Driv

25. with the Ninghten- orate scenery were played byjcast agreed that Scott algirl, and Charles Phipps in his!'Orchestration was provided by was a 183 by Harold Epps, St. Phone 964-5951. N. East; Gainesville, Fla. 6-

", 1., :ale Circle as hostesses. Both Linda Oglesby as the female(most stole the show with his_role of Lucy, the daughter ofj_15 members of the BHS bandIt while Warren Ebling paced tfchg FOR SALE 3411. Uohg

",.., at educational building. the Falcons with a 183. FOR RENT -Two bedroom By Owner FOR SALE-1958 4 dr. 6 cyL
B On March 29 the Northeast is impertive that all mem- .. Mile Record Broken I The Sidewinders split four house with modern conven- Chevrolet. One owner. Very

Area of the Florida Fellowship bers be there. as Easter is points with the Nike team to! iences. See William Silcox, 1 3 Bedroom House on good condition. Cash $695.

of Community Churches will nearly upon us. I put them in third place. Char-I, mile East of Starke on High- Kingsley Lake, IVz Baths, Call Keystone Heights 473-

hold an All Day Meeting at This Saturday, members of Thinclads Swing Into Action les Schaefer was high for the day 16 ltp Large Living Room, Dining 4464. Up

the Community Church in the Catholic Club will call for I i Sidewinders with a 179. High NEW BEAUTIFUL Room, Kitchen. 100 foot WOULD LIKE to baby sit or
Keystone Heights. Registration all the things you don't need :. for the Nikes was a 122 by Lake 750 feet sit with elderly person. In
will be from 9:30: a.m. till around the house, but hate to Dolph Reddish. Frontage, :your 'home or mine. Phone
10. Luncheon at noon. Meet- throw away. They will take Records have already begunto Polaris won four points deep. Large Pavillion with 964-2532. Mrs. HarrelL ltp
ings held in the church; lun- fall before Bradford Tor- Dressing Rooms and Boat
them to the White Elephant from the Vikings behind the WANTEDDomestic Mallard
:
cheon in the educational Thrift Shop in Melrose to sell nado trackmen who assaultedthe ,. ;! '" bowling of Bennett Scoggins. KINGS,.. .. 'BERRY'., House attached. 125 ft. Dr ke. Phone Keystone 473-
building. There will be inter- cinders: with "vigah" Mon- '....:.- Reason for selling
to someone who does need 1-L with a 172 game. Neal Joyner pier. 4262 collect after 6 pjn. or
esting speakers at both the them. You may give your day as they ran time trials ( : was high for the Vikings witha I HOMES moving to city. May be weekends. Itchg

I morning and the afternoon things outright, or sell themon against Gainesville High. 151.Final. I 3 TO 4 BEDROOMS [seen by appointment only. Pat A. Miller
BHS miler Hal Lawson
sessions. consignment, the Shop get- I pro- Standings Won Lost CONTACTF. Electra-Tronics Inc.
William's vided the main spark of interest 1 OR 2 BATHS ,
News From St.
ting 25 per cent. Anyone in Titans 34 '25V2
for the time trials, B. BEARD Industrial Division, Sales, Service -
Remember to the date V. A. .
keep town caring to take part in I I Falcons 34 26 $50 DOWN
however when he around I I'I Repairs on Motors, Gen
I
sped
of t April 20 open because on !
this project. call Mrs. GeorgeM. Sidewinders 32 28 FHA 3% DOWN Starke 964-5601 or Kings-'en tors and Con-
Switching
the track in 4:41.5 minutesto
that date the Catholic Club :
,
at 3-4127 Polaris 30 30
Schaeffer or
'I : Lake 533-2861 after
will sponsor a Country Steak establish a new school BRICK OR FRAME ley trola Welders and Tools Power
Mrs. Ernie Tomes, whose Nike 29 31
I I I __ 4::00 P. M.\ and weekends., Conversion, Transformers.
hall. standard. The old record .
was
at the recreation
Supper -
-
I number is 3-4689. Vikings . . 20% 39V2 "SEEINGIS I
Sunday, March 17, will be ; held by Lee Cogdill and was j I 3 tchg. 3/21 Service and Reoatrg to AU
'-' I
The boys: and girls of the I E iM Industrial Electrical
I Heavy
Communion Sunday for the set in 1961. The tall lanky .
la'dies of the Parish, and for Catechism Classes received I Lawson is just a junior, Coach i. $-*; t -: -.j'i- '-3c ,. Noegels Beat BELIEVING" BEWARE of buying any en- Equipment
c before
the Altar Society. The Rosary nice Scapular medals after David Hurse, points out with i iI Buff's GarageIn CONTACT : cyclopedia WORLD BOOK. Call you or writeM. see 1939 N. E. 27th Ave. G'villePHONZ I

will :foe recited before Mass. Mass last week. Father Dough- I a wide grin. II I ;c A. PAYNE, your local rep- S72-1280
I Sundown
Choir practice is held at 1 erty, the donor, presented i Senior Steve Edwards was LeagueS. resentative since 1956, Box 603 tfch .

p.m. each Sunday afternoon. them personally : slightly out of form Monday LaRUE Corp. phone 964-3794. tfchg
I Ii S. Noegel defeated Buff'sGarage I YOUR OLD WATCH will WE DONT

___ ._ ... .. .._ .. taking four points in I I make (he down payment on a Sell you we help you buy.Good .
''''''''''''11. i'<<'j; Jot1iiIr..Jr.-""""" = -.P the Sundown Mixed League
FLORIDA PEST Green thumb i : 400 W. Madison St. beautiful new Bulova at selection of new and

I i: Milers ((1-r) Tony Lawson, Hal Lawson, and Steve Edwards this week. Rudolph Hutcheson PHONE 964-8641 Dahmerg Discount Home. used 8' and 10' wide Mobile

run the road during track practice Tuesday afternoon. rolled a 466 series for Noegel,I tfchg Homes.
CONTROL I and Vernon Buff was high for Free Estimates Of Build INSTRUCTIONSMEN
LAKE GENEVA
Big Hal Lawson, in the center of photo, has already begun
the losers with a 407. And
ing TRAILER
__ breaking standards this year even before a regular meet. He HousemovingFOR PARK
Forsyth Plumbing forfeited &WOMEN NEEDED I mi. SE of Keystone Hts.
set a new school record in the mile during time trials with I SALE 3 bedroom
four points to Pyrofax Gas. WORK IN on Route 100
: OPEN WEDNESDAY GUS Monday with a time of 4:41.5.as D & W Auto Supply and house and 1-2 acre land i CIVIL SERVICENo tfchg

Carp's Dept. Store split, each $3,000. $50 down $47.50 per -
AFTERNOON he took 4:52.5: to round the hurdles in 18.3 seconds and experience necessary, grammar -
Phone
I
: taking two points. Pete Bar- mo. 359-3055 Jacksonville 23"
school education usuallysufflt'lent. ADMIRAL TV complete
oval four times. I was followed by Gene Pass at .
ton rolled a 503 series for D tfchg with antenna and rollabout
Train at home
now
Also giving an impressive 18.7 and Herb Nelson at 19.5.The
; & W, while Bill Lovell had a SINGER SEWING stand. Like new. Just take up
MACHINECO. for with For details
jobs security. -
of Leonard Dugger,
performance Monday was se- i team
: I 505 series for Carp's.M Sales & Service by authorized send name, address, phone payments. Dahmer's Discount
ANNUAL I I JAPANESE nior Freeman Register who { Pass, Register, and Tom Gard- & R Motors took three representative. Con- House. 969-1771. Itchg
AZALEAS number to:
churned the century in 10.2 ner turned in a time of 3:40.2in
and lost one to Simpson Taxi. tact: John Edenfield 964-
National Service A WATKINS ROUTE in this
seconds, a fine time for so the mile relay 8.2 secondsoff Training ,
PLANTS I JUNIPER early in the season. Ken Ter- I the school record. Kenneth Fuqua rolled a 427 6863 or Stump's Dept. Store, Box A, Starke, Fla. area is open for semiretiredman.
964-2651.
series for M & R, and Bones tfchg or lady. Many semi-re-
10.4 time and Bill Phil- lOtp-Apr/4
rell also posted a Tom Gardner
Mahoney turned in a 480 series FOR RENT -Furnished and tired people earn $50.00 to
39c UP in the hundred.In lips both tossed the discus unfurnished Capt. L. Erhard $100.00 week
DOZ. $ for Simpson. apartments. Also per dependingon
80c $6.00 other Larry Craw- 132 feet and Phillips heaved
races
Long Bridge took three and unfurnished 2 or 3 bedroom FOR RENT Furnished A- time devoted to Route. Also
ford posted a 55.5 quarter the shot-put 47 feet in the houses. Reasonable rent.W. H. have 1 full time Route o-
lost one to Register Oil Co. partments." 1 & 2 bedrooms,
I mile dash and Billy Dowling trials the only two field Nollman. Starke. tfch
,
Maybe
I _Henry_ Cross rolled a 423 series we Day light and water. Con- pen. you can qualify.
trailed at 55.9 George Seeley events the two teams took n-w ----- ----- --- -- FOR RENT-2 bedroom unfurnished -i tact 431 Center St. or Bulling- For personal interview in your
for Bridge, while
; Flowering In 5-Gal. Cans In 5-Gal Cans cleared the 120-yard high I part in.Goodman. Long: house. 61-2 miles ton Appliances. Phone Day area, write J. H. McOarity,
Neoma Nelson had a 476 for I North of Starke on Hiway 16. 964-6551. Night 9647191.tfchg Box 627, Williston, Florida

PEACH $$3.00Excelsior SATSUMA $4.75 ,B & G Only Two I had high series of Register. LostS. Rt. 2 Box 93. J. W. Gaskins 3t chg 3-28
427 with one high game of StandingsVon tfchg PEYTON FLORIST
Games From First 195 for Noegel's 301. S. Noegel. . 49 19 119
I S. THOMPSON ST. FOR SALE
Register Oil . 42 26 PRIVATE PIANO OR VOICE
Winkler Electric took three
In 5Gal. Cans In 5Gal. Cans In Mixed Bowling LESSONS. Instructor Music! PHONE 964-4155 Ready mix concrete concrete
I games from Draw Tite withE. Pyrofax . . 38 30

PLUM SPIREA B & G Truck Stop split 2-2' A. Winkler leading his Carp's . . 37 31 Institute Major Alabama, Auburn, Polytechnic Ala. Mrs.; NIGHT 961-3891 or 869-1122 block,mortar house piers mix,,rock sand, steel cement -
$ $
$450 $2.50 with Town Finance to put B team with a high series of 514, M&R . . 35 33 Frank W. Reeves, 1350 Bland- i DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS oyster shell, limerock. roof

& G only two games out of! while Marilyn Firth paced,the D&w . . 33 35 ing St. Phone 969-2481. We Wire Flowers Anjwhtntfcht gravel 'lintels. BRADFORD
losers with a 483 series. Two Simpson Taxi . 31 37 2tchg 3-14 ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521.

'. first Police place Dept., along The with Police Starke took!1; members of the Draw Tite Forsyth . . 28 40 INCOME TAX SERVICE Sttrkel:: tfchg

COMPLETE LINE OF three games from Noegel's 301 I! team Mr. and Mrs. Mizell, Buff's . . 28 40 Income Tax Service SHORT AND LONG FORM J
were out due to illness in the Long Bridge . 19 41
BUSINESS FARM
AND MATTRESS
the HASTINGS
to gain their spot near (I I Charles E. Hutcheson
top with B & G. Currently! family. SCHEDULES'Mrs. & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
FERRY-MORSE ARMOURFLORIDA Gulf Service Mon. Fri. After 5 P. M.
B] Gardner's splita CorrectionThe !'
lead
I, the Police Dept. does I Clarence F. Rhoden 711 Lem a St. Falatk'
& G by 259 total pins for the;, high series of S52 for Co I All Day Saturday DaIlyUA3L-9 PJL Furniture Repaired,

second place position. I ca-Cola to be high man on Telegraph was In error!;'I CALL 964-1195 \ Phone 964-3031 Upholstered & Refinished

o Larry Noegel was top man I the three-game series list, last week the March 7 issue,,I 521 Pratt St., Starke 1126 N. ThompsonLooking MATTRESSES REBUILT
when it stated that the City
for Town Finance with a 484 while Army Armstrong rolled Chged 4-12, New Innerspringsand
\ i !I for business property -
jof Starke has
series while Bob Drake led a high series of 501. 1 j Ibut paid nothing I, ? We have just the spot. 20 Box Springs

''B & G with a 475. Leading I Frank Jarvis led for Gard-' interest on its $425,000 FOR RENT Furnished a- acres with buildings and fixtures ,DnpUsA Cu4 or CaD

the Police was Rudolph Hut-I ner with a 458 series, and I{natural gas bond issue. partment at rear of store 321 valued at $30,000, sell- PAlATKA EA 5-S168
II I Actually, $5,000: had been N. Temple Ave. Call 969-2981. ing at a sacrifice for $20,000..
cheson with high series of 473,; Leonard Varnes rolled 452. Worth STARKE 9645934MRg.
paid on the principal of the issue tfchg looking into. .
and for Noegel's 301, Charlie Standings Won Lost Free Open listings wanted of PEGGY gHALLEB,
as of September, 1962, and PANSY. PETUNIA & CALENDULA SUrke Lgtt
Town Finance.... 12 4 small farms in medium price ,
Schaefer with 463. Seeber .
by the end of June, 1963 the TOMATO plants for ..

PEST CONTROL Police Dept.. ...... 10 6 city will have paid a total of sale-Mrs. Ferguson phone range.STROUT REALTY U.S. 301 EXPERIENCED WAITRESS-

PressureCreosotedFence B&G ......... '10" 6 $15,000 on the principaL Payments Hiway 964-5571.2 18 [niL north from]. Starke tfchg on: S.. Starke. Fla. Phone 468- ES. Apply in person at Garden

I Posts, Poles, etc. Gardner's ... ..... 8 8 on the principal beganin 1766 Waldo Fla. Itchg Restaurant. tfchg

,'.,. AND CHEMICAL CO. I SOUTHERN WOODPRESERVING !Winkler ........_. 7 9 May, 1962 but until then FOR SALE-3 bedroom home., LOSE WEIGHT Safely withDexADIet EASY-WRINGER Washer. -
only interest had been paid on Hardwood floors, tile bath.' Tablets. Pull
., Draw Tite, .vfr..V7 &9 CaitfJI Ql& rpjn new. Just
$ -> CO. : the issue which was sold in Conveniently located. Phone .
weeks
539 E. CALL ST. PHONE 9643965Ma supply only 98s Mit- take lip paymentTafDahmer'sDiscount
Baldwin, Fla. Coca-Cola ......... 5 11 I late 1959. 964-1834. tfchg: chell's Drugs. 6tp 4-18 House. Itchg. I

Noegeft 301 ....... 5 11 As of March, 1963 the city ,

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her daughter and son-in-law. River Baptist church Friday STORES OPEN TILL received: a blessing. COtt GKEU AT10NAL
NEW( RIVERBy Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dukes. night, March 15 at 7 o'clock.All 8:00: P. M. FRIDAY Don't forget our Church HOLINESS CHURCH
Clyde Moody and Skippy are invited.Methodist.
I Services each Sunday with North 301. 2H miles out of

Roy Turner ver Black Saturday were fishing, but in no New catch.Ri- I By Mrs Minnie L. Bedding Sunday School 10 am. Wor- town on left of the road
Church REGIS 7 ER Young People's Meeting
IL AAu A Sandra Holt aid Betty Joe I ship Hour. 11 am. Training
Phone 782.3232tuuu.uLAAAAAAAL4A. Friday, 7:30 p. m. Sunday
I Moody members of the Brad- I
Felton Moody left Sunday i Schedule for week of March Union, 6:30: p.m. Worship School, 10 a.m. b'unday Night
ford senior class left Tuesday
for Daytona.Mr. 17: I Hour, 7:30: Worship. 7 p. m. Everyons
p.m. Prayer Meet-
with the class for the trip to
and Mrs. George Werre Sunday Church School AT Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crawford cordially Invited to attend-
STORES
LISTED BELOW FOR
our Nations Capital and New VALUABLE I ing .
Wednesday at
and family and Sammy 9:45: am. Morning Worship Sr. and Mrs. Cheryl 8 p.m.r Rev. Carl Edmondson, pastor.
York City.Attendance
Moody were in Jacksonville 11 ajn. Snack Supper for M. Crawford visited Mr. and Mrs.A. .
at New River PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY SATURDAY
Saturday. YF 6 p.m. Youth Meetings, M. Jones of Raiford and
Baptist Church was down this I

17th Skippy birthday Black celebrated Saturday his by' sickness Sunday,on but account we of were so much very start 6:30: 7:30 p.m.p.m.Revival services AFTERNOON. NOTHING TO BUY! Butler Mrs. Vince on Sunday.Douglas Mr.of Doug Lake D & W AUTO SUPPLY INC.State .

having 23 of his friends help Monday through Friday las is a patient in Lake City ,
thankful that
Pastor.
our See attractive displays of bargains-ON THE SIDEWALK Starke
him eat .
birthday cake and
, Revival services: three times hospital.Mr.
Rd. 16 Between Church and Sts.
drink cokes. Rev. Rex Brookins and family this weekend. Cherry
were with us again. Two mem- daily 7:30: ajn.; 10 am.; 7:30 and Mrs. J. C. Pringle STARKE, FLA.
\ Some of our neighbors are and Mr. and Mrs. James Prin-
much improved after bers of the family were sick pin. PRIZES will be awarded Saturday afternoon on the following: time Phones-964-4441 961.5891
a spell TUesday- Short business gle and son, Jay of Satsuma
of flu. See FernIe Moody, Hen- last week. schedule: OwnersD.
i session of the Woman's Society were visiting relatives here
ry Gibson and Sammy Moodyout Think I'll plant Peanuts Sunday. They were dinner R. "Doc" Devrick Chessie M.' Devrick
again. Monday, my field peas plantedtwo of Christian Service 9ajn. I guests of Miss Dot Griffis. Joyce L. Ward
Sorry to hear Eloert Net- weeks ago did not come Alvarez Store Koch's Drug Store BullingWs The
ties' grandmother is in the up. guess the freeze two days Wednesday WSCS DiS- 1:20 P. M. 3:00 P. M.Carp's \ 4:40 P. M.\ Stanley Crawfords hadas
weekend guests Mrs. Mc- Automotive
trict Parts
Conference at First Methodist -
hospital at Lake Butler. after planting ruined the seed. j Lemor Supplies
and son, James and
Mrs. Reddish Andrews is in I Have just been informed Church. Lake City, 10 Worth's of Florida
Don ,
Perry of Albany Ga.
Bradford County hospital but I that Troy Dukes was carriedto a.m. I Bottom Dollar Dept. Store
5:00 P. M. Mr. and Mrs. Earl AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE
Thursdaystory Hour for Mosley SHOP WORK
Is some what improved. the hospital in Starke Sun- '
i 1:40 P. M.\ 3:20 P. M.\ and Mrs. Daisy Pringle at-!
Roy Turner was called to' day night. Primary Department and Junior EQUIPMENT PAINTS TOOLS
Gem Jewelr.yGateway tended the ordination of James
Starke last week to help out i Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Handleyand Choir rehearsal. 3:15: p. -j SMALL ENGINES & PARTS
1 With his grandchildren. Three Mrs. Nelson Dekle of m. Chevrolet Eagles Store 5:20 P. M.Stump's \ Saunders as minister at I
Black Creek ,
Baptist Church
of them had measels and: their I Jacksonville were dinner I 2:00 P. M. 3:40 P. M.Western \ Store Penney Farms on Sunday. I Boats Motors Trailers Fishing Tackle
, father, James M. Reddish was' guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L CHURCH OF GOD I Shakespeare Rods and Reels Water Skiis -
in the Bradford County 'hos- Johns, Friday. The Handleysare 422 N. St..Clair St. 5:40 P. M.Nasworthy's. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Red-I Ski Belts Tool Sets.
Auto ding and daughters of -
Green
the grandparents of Mrs. Barksdale's Store I II
r pital.Mrs.. D. E. Nettles was in Johns. Sunday School, 10 a.m. 2:20 P. M.\ I Cove Springs visited the Ar-|!
" Morning Worship. 11 a. m 4:00 P.: M. thur and Lovin Reddings : We sincerely appreciate your patronage and wel-
on
Lake City last Sunday.Mrs. We welcome Mr. and Mrs.
6:00 P. M. come your suggestions as to how we can serve
Evening Service 7:30: p.m. YrPE you
George Werre was vis- White and family as new Sunday. j
iting her son and'his wife in neighbors. They are occupyingthe each Wednesday, 730p. Slade Gas Co. Williams\ Jewelry Dahmer's Discount The WMTJ observed "The I better.
Sylvester, Ga. and: went ,on former home of Mr. and : m. Prayer Meeting: Friday 2:40 PtI.. 4:20 P. M.\ Week of Prayer for Home Mis This Business is 100% locally owned and all our I
to Columbus. Ga. on business Mrs. John Duke. 7:30 pjn. L. s. Williams, 6:20: P. M. sions" for one hour each day I Employees are local people. I iw
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n pine to reforest sandy hills In lookout for snakes. The 'rascals One (1) Butler Dry Cleaner Model 1019A. One (1) Brine tank. twelve o'clock noon, on said day,
CARD OF T$4NKS Washer.. Ser: No 6K 480101. One Unipress Legging Machine One (1) Large Bunker C Fuel' at the South door of the Starke !
m Farmer's Florida. have been denned up fora Model 450. Size JOxiS. Type GL. Ser. 489074. Oil Storage Tank. Dry Cleaners & Laundry loeatI I I
DiaryBy long time, and when they The kindness and One (1) Bowser Still Cap. 80, Model 531.\. One (1) Curtis Air Compres- ed at East Call Street Starke :
Y sympathypf Ser yo. 256782.: One (1) Unipress Topper, Florida, I will offer for uU ,
3-16 2
And of woods and Motor Size 4 x
speaking we come out they'll be hungry son !
peigbJWrs and} friends in One- ((1) Heubsch Tumblers Type M, Ser.. No. E496450. Model 1-8 x 3 1Ser.. No. 9565-36-39. and sell Ho the highest bidder
r Sam McGarveyright were interested to 'read that and irritable. Se':'Xo." '5Z497: ;size 30x307' 1019-A. j
our recent sorrow will always Motor: Allis Chalmer. 2 H. P., for cash, in hand the above I
.
the naval stores industry is One (1) Cissell Spotting Board One (1) Unipress Topper, 3 phase, Ser. No. 1228SK-9264- described property of said defendant -
remain with us a precious Model A. Type)1, Ser. No. E496S90. Model to fratisf said writ of
one of the oldest in the world Do you have a Nandina bushin One (1) Glover Trouser Form, 1019-A. 1972.Also
into .' memory. We also wish to extend -
summer + >- other miscellaneous execution.
for pitch'' was used to seal your yard? We have one I Ser. No. 6103. Model 1 F. One (1) Unipress It>gger, I P. D. Reddish,
.
!L our heartfelt thank to One ((1) Bishop Reversible Ser. No. L5720357. Model C515-I items not listed above.As
Noah's ark. In fact, a :Greek and it has been a pretty sight i Twin Ben Ser, No. L- the property of the above ; Sheriff Bradford County
We had "concert1 doctors, the hospital personnel sorter.
a bagpipe I
A.One Wainwright Da
named defendant and that By. Jean
on
three centuries before Christ all winter, with its read leaves. 2505, Model B-26. (1) Unipress topper,
,
at our home last'Sunday ,af and all others who were One (1), Heubsch Tumbler; Type M, Ser. No. E 5611809, the IS day of March, 1963, at %-!< 4t 3-15
ternoonthat is,,,-Sam :and gave detailed description of That and the oak-leaf hydrangea so.thoughtful ...;.The family of ?er. Na.. 17241.:' Size 30dO. Model 1221-A. .
Joe how to make pitch, and about have been two welcome ,Mrs. Ellen Saxon i f One ,,(1) Heubficb' Tumbler, One (1) Unipress Topper, I
Kerrigan1 did ; :
Alice barricaded
SERVICEPHONE
H the same method was used additions to our ,.ornamentals.. Ser. No. Unknown. Type M. Ser. No. E 5611J10.' : AMBULANCE
herself in a bedroom .-- One .(1) American Tumbler Model 1221-A. ;
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and tried without until the 17th century. l BETHEL BAPTIST CHUBCH Ser. No.. 581 11212870 CM, Size, One (1) Unipress Legg-er,1, 964.2600 t
to .
success ,
.. r Have to wait another year 36.30. Type GL. Ser. No. L56187S2, i E
get away from the delicate One (1) Huebscb Twin Tumb-. Model C515-A.
: 'Guess what happened to screeching ;of the pipes. Joe Wiregrass on a burnedoverrange for: our dogwood to bloom. Sunday School 10 a. m.; ''ar Laundry One (1) Unipres. Press; Type: DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I
ourdriveway provides: forage for a this said the '
week: it got bagpipes are originally
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short time, according to, the and think we're lucky, for 7:30 R Laundry. (1A. Funeral Director j
: flooded by another heavy rain. an. Irish instrument that : p.nu- uev. T. Wil: One ((1) Prosperity Laundry One (1) Unipress Sleever DeWitt C. Jones Registered l
Guess how we got the out experts. But they say that they-. are hard to get going Evening Worship 7:00 pm. Extractor Ser. No. L82511Z1.. Unit, Ser. No. 5551008, Model' Starke, Fla. 1 f
car : the Irish had them 2,000 Model GA-36. ,
years nine weeks later the grass here and hoped they would Prayer meeting'Wednesd Sa-A. ;
we didn't! Right now there's ago, and: gave them to the I y Op9 (1) A, A. Washer Machine One (1) Unipress Collar and I i SERVICES j I II
contains nourishment especially RENTAL
little flower. this 7:30
season : p.m.- Rev. R. T. Wil Ser. No. 857-1, Model 42i Cuff Machine. Ser. No. L489443.
so much water in the ground Scots, who have been trying that it is like a man trying to one we think will ,have pink r... Model SCCY-B. |I Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches
: that all it take is a heavy ever since to learn to play stay alive by eating only celery. waiting i One (1) Western Extractor One (1) Unipress yoke machine -,
.. dew to flood; our place. them. blossoms. But then is foundry, Ser. No. JA30560, Model Type M. Ser. No. Ei I, ,
one of the things a gardener CALL FOR BIDS 300. 561107, Model 19&-Y-F. j
; a Sealed bids will be received Pne (1) Glover Spotting One (1) Unlprcr Shirt press,!
must expect to I do.
Berries on sale along the If you've never heard the by tbe City Council of the Cityof Board, Ser. No. 7S08. .Model. MAC Ser. No. L 551T5S4 Model 37BS- That's Our Business
Fine crop of bloom on our SI L A S S
: highway ,this! week and! ,at the pipes yOu can get an idea of Starke'Florida At the City One (1) minor Automatic E. We Have It"
plum and trees persim- NORTHSIDEBAPTIST Hall "If It's Glass
pear ; in Starke, Florida, until One (1) Unlpres Shirt preps.One -
Laundry Washer. Ser. No. W6-
Farmers., Market, and it looks how they spund by tying twocat's ..
.mon tree has leafed out, but CHURCH :00 o'clock P.M., on Tuesday, 351253. Model 2W25. (1) Bishop la>'b>uk collar r.. CALL WRITE or VISIT
: like the season'is getting under tails together and thus no bloom yet. There should I! Walter Zvoda, a former Ro- March 19, 1963 at which time One (1-) Milnor Automatic former, Ser. No 46S37 ,
One (1) Phdiullei" Hiutm String GLASS NEEDSHEA'S
wise suspend them on a cloth- and place all bids received will Laundry Washer. SIT No. W- FOR ANY
way. Richard Carter had a be a lot of fruit this year, as man Catholic and now a Bap- be publicly opened and read 123SS2", Model 4W 25. Machine! Class 4S1. Sor Xo '

I number of crates on sale inLawtey esline. The wailing snarling there was five years ago following -: tist evangelist, will speak at aloud on the following: One (1) Milnor Automatic 3354.One (1) rdpptal electric fang' I GLASS CO I Ig

: His father, Oar ,hasa. ear-splitting cacophony which a cold winter. the Northside Baptist Church Furnishing a twelve months Laundry 1451 6., Model Washer: 4W-25., Ser. No, W- Ser. No. f) 1066. |

a planting which he carried will result, is a pale imitationof at 7:30: p.m. Sunday .on ,the supply pound 'of of chlorine 10,000 to in 150-lb.:OOOO One (1) Milnor Automatic I One (1) 36" Cool Air Attic I (NOT INC.)
Laundry Washer, Ser. 'No. W- Fan and Motor.
: over from last year. the real thing. Spring is late but just subject of Baptists beliefs cylinders, delivered "
here to Starke
I 6351260 Model No. 2W 25. One (1) 6' Cool Air Attic Fan'I "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co.
If think of what notherners are versus Roman Catholic doc- Florida. One (1) Bock Extractor, Ser. I and Motor. Store Fronts
: That old sun is getting The'woods where our homeis still going through. Sam remembers trines. He will discuss the The said City reserves the No. 24-BC 9479. Size 17". One (1) Platform scale Make: We Design :Modern
right to accept or reject any or. One (1) 6 Roller flat work I Triner. Cap. 100 lbs. Just Mail Us A Pattern For
higher in the sky every day 1 located was not many years a time up in Jersey Vatican Ecumenical Council, all bidLCITY : ironer One ((1) National Electric

: now, and it won't be long be- ago planted. When trees took when he found snow on the "Will be Protestants and Ro- OF STARKE FLORIDABy One (1) UnipreRs Topper, Adding Machine Ser. No. 31KX- Table Tops
Merrill Type M, Ser. No. E4 tl389. Model liS Uii>>>.
I ;pre well .be having HOT over, sand pine did best, and ground in JUNE! man Catholics form a world 2t :3-14 Edwards City Clerk 10]9-8. One (1)) Detecto Scales, Ser. 1313 N. W. tth PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353
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: weather. In fact, we may have now outnumber slash and union?" and other subjects.Rev. One (1) Unipress Toppers ; No :3410. ,
I long-leaf in that place. The With arrivingpoo,3 H. W. Mott extends Type M Ser, No. E 4968S7J One (1) Water Softner and ;
a very short Spring and gc,I I warm days an galvanized tank.
USDA is studying use of sand 'B Suidaa! [ aj.aa. 'ALOU invitation to the public. CALL FOR BIDS 'I _.._ I f
r I In Sealed bids will be received ,;
: 1 by the City Council of the City'I 1
,, of Starke. Florida at the City I
t l OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 8 P. M. Hall in Starke Florida, until THINKING
7:00 o'clock P.M. on Tuesday. j IF YOU ARE OFDON'T
March 19, 1963 at which time :
and place aU bide received will :
be publicly opened and read F
aloud on the following:
Regular gasoline, approximately -I
: t I l $000 gallons. : !

''I II Hi-Test 20,000 gasoline gallons., approximately BUILDING '

Above quantities for a twelve
I months period.
Jj.A. S The City of Starke, reserves I :
a I the right to accept or reject f
I any or all bids I
I CITY OF STARKE, FLORIDA DO ITBlindfolded

.: 'TH' RS., FRI., SAT. MARCH 14, 15, 16 'I' By.2t ;3-14 Merrill Edwards, City Clerk :

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Yellow i P. D. Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford ,I
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,. :, One (1) Hoffman Centerufu-I
\ i I Ladies Rayon CHOICE gal Air Vaccum.,. .Ser, No. 7456

a For ; and.Uncs tank.(1) Safe T. Baum Safe. 1. Will I I Have Only One Monthly Payment
3 $100Southern Tricot Panties #t: I & Lotk Company.One .
(1) National Sales Ticket I ,
Recorder Ser. No. 6568273 $T.- ,
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.. SET Electric One (1)heater Air conditioner Type 196K2.Model !I I 2. How Many Years Will% They Run

: RoseBLANKETS 100, window-Philco. I I
One (1) Adding machine, ... .Se-. '
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.; atti'r 1r WASHABLE Size I 10 18 i Cash" One One'Register(1)(1) Kenmore L.C. Smith Sewing Corona 3ffa 3. Will I Have More Than One Mortgage

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: SIDEWALK $ NOW & BLOUSE I .one' jnachine.(1) Excelsior, Ser..offset. NO.I pressing %80%-, .". I
: $4.00Boys SKIRT I Model 30011.: -
SPECIAL
One (1) 'Pryset Air Vacuum, these and they are
questions
If honestly answer ,
Prs. Ser. No 870463. Model ,6-B. you can
I 5 $$1.00 One (1) .
Singer Sewing Machine -

S. ." ONLY $$1.22 One, Ser.(1) No.Excels AJ746267.ler Puff Iron I :yin! order then you should proceed with your plans.

unit, Ser. No.-274%. Model, 200
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MF. I Every family deserves the security and happiness of their
: Short SleeveSPQRT Asst. Colors Sizes 5, 6, 7 One ((1) Eicelnior!: ,
t Asst. ColorsWashableSizes i unit, Ser. Xo. 270;MK>de :ou.s,1
IiIr But be it is soundly built financially
One (t) Adiusta-form, own home. sure .
to 14 No. W10,.Model P-l. I
C One! (1) Butler Pressing! Machine .-
'''\\\i ..'''.I Topper; Ser; No. 570445. t tI and construction wise.
I Model P-18.

I t I Ol) E .TABLEt Large Selection I,I lOne Topper(1) Butler, Ser.Pressing No...' 570112 Machine .-, \Vlit LaRue Corp. will gladly take the time to go over
SHIRTSr' .. Model P-18. ,
f i One (1) Butler Pressing! Machine '
'SHOES Ladies BlousesShort 570234., Model combination.P-40. Ser. No. every derail Figure payments you can afford. ,

Ii ,- I Serial One No.(1) 9198.Pair Detroit Scales,I I' Our! homes are .custom built, carefully supervised and .
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$1.00 2 Prs. For $| : One (1) Huebsch Tumbler :
I Sleeve-Sleeveless i,, Ser. No, 37185.
Roll-ups One (1) Huebech Tumbler,'' satisfaction is guaranteed. Good designs, plus good materials

: :, Ser No. 86849. ; I
t G Flats ] One (1) Bowser Dry Cleaning! blended with craftsmanship AT INTEGRITY
expert
Tennis SPECIALAT i
Thong 00 Filter, Cap. SOOO. Ser, No. 256i -: ,
Wash n'W'ear Many Styles For Men i SSO. 1 I
ONLY'
t k 't jg 3 !' One (1) 30x30 Dry Cleaning''' PRICES That's what we have to offer you.
i _, Women, Children Washer wooden cylinder. Ser. : I
.. All New Colors I No. 22811. i f
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a : .. Ni One (1) Butler Extractor, r
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Sizes S '
to 18

i :t {'jflrtj.t i.., Childrens Panties I Let Us Help/ You Select Your NewKINGSBERRY' I




Men's Dress or WorkSHOES Rayon or Spencer Cottons .'-

: Mens Short 'Sleeye VALUES to 39c HOMES

Asst. Colors Sizes 2 14 : ".
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: SPORT SHIRTSSIDEWALK Any St'Ie-Your Choice SIDEWALK SPECIAL I

.. $1.00 OFF REG. PRICE .a __ 4thovg/dAd cl for gOlJiklnI
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4 Pairs For $| .00 iI i

$$1,00 $5.99 NOW $4.99 & ij I Charley '

SPECIAL ,. .1 j t BRICK lJ/2-2, BATHS COMPARE AND FROM

,. $7.99 NOW $6.99 I E.Johns.
I Ladies Seamless
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: I BE SATISFIED $53.50 MO.
Values to $2.99 IfNylon FRAME 3.4 BEDROOMS..

Knits' or Cotton-Wash'n'Wear i tI I On Your Qualified Lot

I HOSE I
; Sizes S. M. L.Menls Luggage I To FHA 3 Down ..
4sit.* -- SpecialRegular :"Our fireplace damper Homes From $9,000 $30,000 ?\

Dress Sheers :d1'1PP'shut while we VA $50.00 Dow ALL CLOSING COSTS INCLUDED.

.were'out of the room. I -
All First
Work .SOXBoys1 NOW Quality I
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'see a $500 cleaning and - -
60 Ga. 15 Denier repainting I
$4.99 $3.00 : ; bill at 'least from
For Plans And Prices
400 W. Madison Street
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Sport. --'P'...... the smoke damage. Does a Stop By

*'> 5.99 - $4.00 Pairs :homeowner Policy cover
Re?. 29c Pair 2 $$1.00
'such a' loss from smoke
: SIDEWALK SPECIAL

$6.99 . $5.00 .. ,'damage?," Wi LaFUE CORPORATION


.a Pair 'ASIIABLE-SCUFF. PROOF Asst. Colors,. Sizes 8/2 -11 .I i Charley. E.. .Johns M t
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Men\>-10 iq, .12 FREE: .. FOR YOU!$ CHOPPING= CON- PIfPNE 964-0121 "Integrity

Boys'6 to 10 PARKING
VENIENCE IN STARKE 1 ;
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THURSTUY. :MAR. 11. i -

....................' men an dofficers present. lice was set up on Monday I(_ !
Palm trees with fronds kil- this week, into the cement I
HAMPTON led by the winter frost are to footings prepared last week.I'
be trimmed the council decided Personals You Are Invited To
Chevrolet'sPHILIP
By Mrs. D. E. Hill and more fill dirt is to Mr. and Mrs. John Parker Gateway r i if'
be hauled to holes In and a- drove Mrs. Opal Brooks and
&&&&&&&&&& ui longside the city streets. daughter to Valdosta Friday
Council Meets The street; committee is to where she caught a train .
Several matters were taken make a sidewalk survey in home to Flint. Michigan after I .
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up at the March meeting of I town to determine the advis- several weeks' stay here. The I rTrrrzr ,
Hampton City Council on I ability of repairing walks and previous Sunday a family reunion .
Tuesday evening last week at or laying additional walks. at the John Parkers .
the city hall, with all council- I The flagpole at the postof- included Mr. and Mrs. Vasco .
,- .1 I I Busey of Valdosta Mr. and : .
Mrs. Bernie Higgins, Dennis ;i
FARR'S I I Parker and Mrs. Brooks all of
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Flint Mich., Mr. and Mrs. J. a
BARGAIN I I i M. Baker of Orlando, Mr. and 1 it p
Mrs. M. R. Misner of Gainesville
and Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
HUNTERSWe ,
I Parker and Mrs. Onard Parker '
and family of Hampton. I
Mrs. Jessie Chastain spent THURS.FRI.SAT.-MARCH14-15-16 '
have a LARGE SELECTION of several days in New Symrna
Beach recently with Mr. and _
Mrs. Jerry Williams and baby.,
REGULAR COUCHES STUDIO Mrs. Minnie Lee Silcox of .. =,v= Yes, it's Open House at Gateway this weekend. All of ,
Heilbronn visited here last .r o
i week from Tuesday to Saturday would like all of We -
us to meet ;you. are proud of our .. ..
All I with her sister, Mrs. Joe I
Styles, Sizes And Colors Forsyth.Mr. ., modern facilities here, and invite you to come out and u
and Mrs. Gene Hall and
PRICED FROM family moved on Thursdaylast inspect them; see the many new Chevrolets -- Chev. II -- .r
week from the Chastain ter.
$ TO house on Navarre St. t Corvairs and Trucks on display; meet our sales manager 1
$1 6.00 $$40.00i Mrs. Peggy Riser's fifth I
grade class at Hampton Elementary -: and our salesmen, who are all well versed in allowing '
School made a field I
i trip to "Six Gun Territory" i you the maximum amount on trades at low cost bank r u ;c
0 near Ocala on Tuesday last I 0.
--- week. Accompanying the 34 financing. We want you to, talk to our factory trained- M I
f hjS o00o I I0b students were Mrs. Kiser, Mrs. ,r
6 666 r0mob Linda Hildebrandt. school sec- service men about your car problems; l look over our Guar-
retary; Mr. and Mrs. Carl
e-. a- I Beck. Mrs. Billy Breeden, Mrs. anteed OK used car lot. Yes, we would like a cup of cof-
I 000 q DO L. G. Johns, Mrs. D. E. Hill ,Yo RUSSELL
(I and Mrs. Lawton Youngblood. i Sales Manager fee or Coke with you, it's on the house. :

A TIlE CHURCH OF GOD

,I r 1 OF Brooker PROCHECY Fla. ';-,,;;::- !,: We are proud to be a part of this community and be able

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Sunday School., lOa. m.I I f r to offer you one of the most modern service facilities in DON GRACE
Morning Worship 11 a.m. V.

TO L. B. Young People's Service f4 .- ,,x North Florida. We have the very 1 latest equipment'available Owner-llgr.
CHOOSE FROM 7 pm. Evangelistic Service, 8

14 p,m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting t ? backed by a trained staff of experienced automotive men, ft ,
Gas And Electric 7:30: p.m-K. J. Robin-I

I. I son Sr.. pastor. I II k. geared to keep your car rolling at minimum cost! i
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'IV'f WE HAVE APT. SIZE AND FULL SIZE CARD OF THANKS i iI I iI I ry t {> t

i\ Priced The kindness and sympathyof I HERE TO SERVE OUR COMMUNITY

;-; $$22.50 to $7 MO neighbors and friends in ,J," .
To Sell our recent sorrow will always
I remain with us as a precious .
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memory Our sincere thanks '
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and '
fI gratitude for all those

// WASHERS $2350 TO $50. comforting The Southerland acts. family. Come nAnd Register For .. -

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iv COUNTY Ji'DflK-s COj'RTIN ,
.1M1 FOR HitUFOUI LJ .

COMPLETE BEDROOM SUITE | Margaret COUNTY re: Estate Williams, FIORID.Tn of Davis. JOE GIDDENS i .
deceased 'I I Salesman fr" I ; F'IS'-I'NG' CAR !f'
NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll I "
CHESTDRESSERBOX creditors of the estate of i
Margaret Williams Davis deceased % +
are hereby notified and I To' Be Given Away Satur- j
SPRINGS, $ 85 required to file any claims or ', : I*
demands hav .' .
which they may. :, .- :
f MATTRESSIF against said estate in the officeof .. : |' day, Afternoon-Nothing To LOUISE AUSTIN
the county Judge of Bradford .,.... ,
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I .,.", ., ,. Office Manager
County. Florida in the courthouse ; j-;: r. "'f ' ,
t at Starke Florida, within :'1 \ :'Bta y= J stR g sf r.r:' .! ___ _
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stx calendar months from .. . ,
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YOU COME ONCE-YOU'LL COME OFTEN- ,the of this date notice.of the first Each publication claim or :: ,.,, _': .t :. .:..: ;'].,"''''.''.f.. '' r.1, '" 'J.' ,(_ : '." ; ,
WE ARE CONTINUALLY GETTING IN NEW demand must be in writing: and ;: A x m ) ( -. ,
BARGAINS IN GOOD FURNITURE-Come out must be sworn to by the claimant I '
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his agent or his attorney
this weekend void according I
or It will become
to law.February. 27th. 1963. OPEN HOUSE SPECIALS
Oliver S. Aspinwall. Jr.
Farr's Executor of the Estate of \
BARGAIN Center Margaret Williams Davis :

I, THOMAS 201-205 Attorneys deceased North&at PIERCE Law Temple Ave. i. 1960 Buick '62 Falcon S.: Vt.y '59 Chevrolet

1 /2 Miles South of Starke PtarKe Florida
on Highway 301 First publication on INVICTA
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Radio Heater Automatic S. 9 PASSENGER
!S. 1963 JV. w
2-2R 4t 3-21 ,
-- $ Radio, Heater, Automatic White Sidewall Tires, Low Radio, Heater, Automatic

REFRESHMENTSAnd ? ..' Transmission. Very Clean MilgigeY r erY Clean,, One Transmission, i, :Ready To' r,
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4 Low ;Mileage. Owner Car. Go.. ..'

AndENTERTAINMENT po R. A.Salesman BRINSON l


$1595.00 $$1195)9() $1195.00 i GINGER DAVIS

Secretary

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(LIVE) FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENTYou V. I BRADFORD 'COUNTY'S. r The Car Buy Warranty Where Your ,


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are cordially invited to our Model Home Showing Sat. CHEVROLET DEALER .. Any Authorized
urday and Sunday, March 23rd and 24th. Your friendly ;. .S '...<.. ,, Chev. Dealer I
neighbors from Azalea Construction Co. of Palatka, thisarea"s :.
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oldest and largest builders of fine residences, will -- f>; -
You Can Trade Your
be your hosts to welcome you and answer any questionsyou WALTER ALVAREZ At Gateway Chevrolet Way
care to ask. Salesman JIM LAWSON
I Watch for the :Model Home signs midway between Starke Parts Manager
and the State Farm on Highway 16, and follow the crowds --
t to our first showing in your area. ,' %. -
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' 1 -2, 3 and 4 Bedroom Homes NO MONEY DOWN-ON e .... ... .>

I YOUR PROPERTY Payments As Low As $49.82 per -- ,-J.,

month.: I BOB ELRODService PAT JONES L. A. BAKER ART DENMAN LINUS H. GRIFFIS ALBERT TYSON JR. .
Manger Mechanic :Mechanic Body Man Mechanic Porter

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r ).' 'Two PACKAGES ANY protein. Sunnyland Hams are the finest BaCOn STYLE 3 u. CAN $2.99 la
W : Dixie Darling F"LkAVORU.ix quality tender, juicy and delicious. Buy I 7. REG. 69* COPELAND FRESH '

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THURSDAY MAP 14, 1963 ,BRADFORD COUNTY TELE GRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE ELEVEN: .-

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YYYT.YTTYTYYTTTYYTYT11 I: Visiting with Mrs. Nattie I! TVTvfYTTTVTTTTTTTTTTT' 'us every summer, has taken ,Sunday, so can not give any I Tuesday night at their home" ': square feet more or less. bid Deposit shall be in the formof 1> .T.XRTMCXTOf I
The sale will begin promptly a Cashier's Check or other :3-f: ': "-M '
GRAHAM Davis over the weekend washer : up his abode in our old ram- reports on any attendance. : Mrs. Fred Clark gave a' ,
: at 11:00 A.M. A Wd of {I90.00 non-cancelable jn"tr.ulJl.ent. This
son and daughter-in-law CLAY HILLHT beler rose,push, sits upon one Sorry, hope to do better next party Wednesday afternoon ,, must be reoen'ed. deposit is a guarantee that the ,,
By Richard Cain Mr" and Mrs. R. Davis of St. of the upright posts the arber, time! for her daughter, Freda, on A detailed legal description successful bidder will completethe ,

.................... : Augustine.B. .Mrs. J. I... StrtehlaadIAAAAa&aad4AAAAAAaa& I or trellis, is built: on, and sings .. ..... her Ma 'birthday. AIT the of the pflpertilnll' regarding other this ate information ject purchase to .the conditions of the land set forth sub tut
r Broughton of Gainesvillewas until it seems he willburst his .y 7.yY9 girl's in her fourth grade' m.ij he) obtained from J. R. l>y the Dr ,artment. 05
Birthday Supper for visiting his parents Mr. throat. If another'''bird comes class attended the party.: JSiel'injr' Jr. District! Chief The Department reserves; the ;I
Mr. Starling:: ; and Mrs. C. Broughton. Mon- It seems most of our Clay close to'HIS HOUSE .he putsit BROOKER }'Ir:. Stanley Green enter- Management and Disposal | right to reject any or all bids II
A dehghtful birthday Hill folks are sck! with flu- and Jtmmii State Road Department\ and to -waive technical errorsas i
sup- to moving right then tained her mother Mrs. W. E. Ct666
day.Mr. 'i.nhe Cti>, Florida. 'I be dit-ir.ed best for the
may
per was held for Carl Jones' and Mrs. J. D. Pierce ; something. W3 learned*. Frj- there. He does this every year By Shirley Greco i iIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4.AA Bigham, Jr. Wednesday nightwith The s>uec*>sful bidder must,i interest'of the State.MANAGEMENT. -
dav that Lee **" '
and his daughter Mrs. Wilma' had as guests her brother and ]Mrp. 'leen'Ekk Personally: if it were me, I a birthday' dinner and execute!: a proposal and furnish AND DIS- ,
Starling, at the home of the' wife, Mr. and Mrs. W. P.: Jacobs all week -i's '"iiday: would look for a place not ** party at her m:>tJ1er's ome. -a ld! deposit in the amount of : ros.M r.RAXcn
10 cent of this )bid immediately light of Way Division
Lee's
latter in Gainesville. Those of Russelville. Ala. Minnie yifahad'0 give' quite thorny to build Mr. and Mrs. Fred IcDavid per
'and to bed, all of the so my Mr. and' Mrs. L. M. Gaines, following 'the' sale. The PLQRIDA STATE: ROAD .
who were there were: Mrs. :, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ortag- up go home.. I| and sons of Starke were visit- entertained their daughter. .
Debbie Hall, Richard Cain I i I es ani son of Jacksonville Floyd Johns family' had been As, every one knows, the! ing Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Big- I, Sue, on her twenty-first birthday ;'
sick '
and Mr. anA Mrs. Carl Jones, !I were visiting her mother Mrs. -except Louise shedidn't land is'-very wet to' try '-' to ham Jr. and family Saturday Sunday with a birthday) !
all of Graham. Mr: and Mrs. Kate Starling Sunday. have time to give up plow or plant anything but night. dinner. Those attending were Bank Financing Low Oyerhejid! ,
and to bed, she would
Russell Starling and children : Mr and Mrs. F. B. Davis go stayed in said .some. are working, at 'this kind I irlr. ani Mrs. Dave Green Mr. and Mrs. Terry McDavidand Rates '63 Cars SEE Saves You
have bed, had she on Money
Sylvia, James, and Margie : and his mother were in Jacksonville : given up, she wasn't feeling so"super" of work, regardless of wet: were Sunday guests of Mr. and daughter Barbara Lynn, ,. .' ., ,. So < .
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Ann, Mrs. Irma Cain and I Sunday visiting Mrs. land. If the sun keeps shin- Mrs. Wilson Green and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Green
daughter, Sharon, all of Gainesville. Irene Bushloper. i II I when we saw her Friday -i< ing as it has for the last few, ters in Jacksonville. They and son Ken, ,and Bobby Par- 'NI AUTO' SALES AND :
!
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Starling I but was still going. The II rish of Albany, Ga.
days the land will be in fine were there to help celebrate
visit-r Richard Lang family have!, I I
were in Branford Sunday Sunday School PartyMrs.
Those visiting with Mr. and their Marcia'sbirthday.
granddaughter
L.I' been the sick list also. shape or condition to S FINANCE COMPANYI
Mrs. T. H. Lefevers Sunday mg with Mr. and Mrs. M. i Mrs. Marclee on Johns has also,> work and everything should Guy Harrell entertained ioegei
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were Rev. Carter 'and John Tedwill. j jI I grow as beautifully as our old Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Clarkof > her Primary Sunday School
been sick, but hope all are
we
Lefevers, both of Jacksonville; I Revival Tentatively Set ; White Oak tree, and others'! Starke and Rev. Ken Rob- I, Class with a hamburger fry
better
Mrs. Hattie Lefevers, and Mr. I The Graham Baptist Church by now. |I of Jacksonville were at her home Saturday after FINANCE '
i erson ;
set their revival tentatively This is enough of the sad':, are growning. Pear trees white< WE CARS UP TO 55 WITH I
and Mrs. Buddy Titson and i Sunday visitors of Mr. and nOO11-
family, all of Gainesville. for the week of March 24. tory, Jets look at the bright : with bloom, peach trees cov- Mrs. Lloyd Clark.! : Garden Club Will Meet
1! and date will ; side, and to do this, just takea ered with their beautiful'
Definite NO
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Broughton plans Mrs Annie Johnson was The Brooker Garden Club FINANCE CHARGE j
of Gainesville were visit- I be announced at a later date : good long look: at all of the I 1 boom: all awakening from the Wednesday to Sunday: will meet Thursday night, jI
i their winter's sleep. Yet some
I II
Extends trees flowers, birds, everything March} 14, at 8 at the
with hb Sunday I Graham Sympathy : guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. i, pm.
Ing parents claim there is no resurrection -
'1 I I people
I know that the of we can see that God has i I 1 Center. This is
Mr and Mrs. Carl Broughton. :i people ; '! Waters in Orlando. i I! Community
ot soul
birds the' human
created. Listen to the
i would like to take an important business meet-
Graham A-3c Gene Edwards is homeon
H M. Sunday Wasdin for was the in birthday Jacksonville --' this opportunity to express sing for awhile, and you will : as well as these trees flowers' a 30-day leave from thei ;i ing. All members are urged to YOU HUNDREDS Of $ $ $ I
weeds, everything? God would WE .
; their to the families fed better. If you haven't any i : attend.
i sympathy I i UdS.. ,Air Force. with. his parents -
,of,his son. Bobby Wasdin.. and relatives of Curtis,; blids'around. you. rome to see ; not be a just God to resurrect!I i Mr." and- -Mrs." Ernest Ed- I I ON YOUR '63 CARS

Eater"ok Cartridge' aDd J jDowhng am Theodore us, we have LOADS of them. : these things of His creation wards and daughters.i i CAN

)Fountain! Pens f 1.95 $2.93 Goodge. Both I men passed. a-I Our Mocking bird that always 'i and' not resurrect man kind. i Mr. and :Mrs. T. W. Markey j public prBI.C auction AI'CTIOVA will be held I liUL WITH FACTORY WARRANTY
$3-95 at. The TELEGRAPH. way this past week. sings so beautifully for i! We did not attend church j, are home after being patients : for the sale of the following *
in King Memorial Hospital in| described parcel' pf land on the 'I \
site of said property at 11:00. $
I I Lake Butler last week. A.II. on March rind: 1963.A : You Can Compare AnywhereNo
),11'. and Mrs Earl Green, ,I wedge shaped triangular:1
Shirley and Cherie, A-2c and parcel of land in Starke,

WURTH'S DEPT. STORE Mrs. Tommy Cox, and Jimmy : the Florida west which ny Munroe is hounded Street on .I No Hi Rent Floor

Cox and Becky Pressley of' and on the east:>> by State SAVE i!
Lake Butler visited "Six GunTerritory" Road 2ufl and on the south
Plan To
by a turnout connecting State To Pay Pay
at ,
Silver
Springs
Hoad 200 and Munroe Street
y. Sunday afternoon: Said parcel :fyMitoins 730 I f ffile. fi

:Mr. ,and Mrs. 'G. H. Cham-, ..
TI1URS.FRI.( _____ _II -- _: ;
bets of Lake City visited Mr.
aiid' Mrs. Fred Clark; andi i

'. 4DRESS .' ',,i i't i family' Thursday! ,

;i;.. Andy Gamey1 of Lake Okee- ,
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SAT. 1. .t:,:::1'" ,( /r ch4' bee' is ,.spending., ; this week ,
t :\.,,: with his mother, Mrs. Betty
Witt and! i nifly.Marviri r .( :v r' i

'Mann'' is'' a' patient'' Your Friendly Store ,, ,

in King. 'Memorial. Hospital in ,,
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Lake Butler. '
SALEPLUS Mrs: H. C. Douglas anddaughters THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 15, 16

and 'Mrs. Pansy I

t ,/'":><'., :-' : Strickland attended the Ju-
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'J [ : nior-Senior play at Starke
Friday J night': Also' seen there REGISTERAT
$ were Mrs.: Doris Kelley and ,, OPEN TILL 8 P. M. FRI. OPEN TILL 8 P. M. FRI.

I Dottie": Sue; and;' Mrs Durant OUR STORE
4fl99z Knight and daughter. |
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pinkston For Valuable
I of io' 'Md. and Mrs. : SIDEWALK SALE SPECIALs
IA J Silv. Spring, I Beautiful Collection
f !. Mary Green were in Miami PRIZETo
and Key West tr} p} Wednes- CoordinatedSportswear

day to Sunday. Mr. Pinkston, He Given FREE

an attorney attended the *1 OFFon Saturday P. M.
J I y Medicolegal Symposiun at the :, Nothing To Buy 1
y
Americana Hotel at Miami
all
Beach Friday and Saturday.Mr. .

:.:,: 'j and Mrs. Louvell Craw- ,'TNew ,
rackets"g
ford of Sylvania, Ga., Mr. and': "S .

UNADVERTISED t" ; Mrs. Ray Joiner, and Mr. and [ii .I t .. : ..,.
Register For FreePnze To Mrs. Favell Crawford and,! r ,,
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Culuttes
daughter all, of Jacksonville!I si .. .. i'5'
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SPECIAL Be Given Away Sat. P. M.'n' I 3 Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Crawford i 'f ). 4
l ; and family of Providence, and or 4.98 ,
M, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carroll. '\C; :i4:
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( were 7.98
Shop and Save More t! ., J I to rr
weekend guests of Mr. and ",1I; SummerDresses

WEEKENDVALUES at Worth's Dept. Store \' Mrs. Earl Earl Crawford.Crawford's They birth-celebrated ;1! t 1 'j't ,tfi! 1, A ;?"
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Where Your Dollars day with a dinner Sunday. t1 l <( 4
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Birthdaj's CelebratedMr. I 1 }
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are WORTH More! and Mrs. W. E. Bigham, rD''f t \ :. Capri Pants
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Jr. entertained Ted Bigham ?
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P A BRADFORD COUNTY TELEG RAPT!. STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY., MAR. 14, 1963


wyv..vvvvvy..nv.m I fault because they had two we? Donations by cash or Mrs. H. C. Wainwright with I with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fralic. Judge Hears 82 1 Woods Fire failure to yield right-of-way Training Union. 6:30: p-m.Evening -

I players under 30 years old. check will be gratefully appreciated all present taking part. At Wednesday visitors of Mr. and causing an accident, run Worship, 7:30: pm. Mid

LAWTE% Players and spectators alike and accepted at the the close of the meeting the and Mrs. A. D. Dobbs were Cases In Feb. Reported Here ning a traffic light and taUSweek Prayer Service. Wednesday

J ate very heartily of the cov- office of Lawtey Junior High hostess assisted by her daughter Mrs. Pearl Dobbs of Ocala County Court Last WeekOnly big an accident, failure to 7 p.m Everyone welcome.

7 By Enza BlanchardAAAAAwAAAAAAA.LAAA ered-dish supper after whichall School. Mrs. Joe Dorko served an and Mr. Dobbs' sister, Mrs. have vehicle under control

present took advantage of Designate on or with them assortment of sandwiches and Edward Cason of Marietta and County Judge T. A. Yawn one woods fire, with and causing an accident es- PENTECOSTALcapins

i. A J the opportunity to see the that.it is for the bail program. coffee to the nine members nieces Mrs. Vesta Rapsy and tried 82 cases in county court one acre burned, was reportedin from the city jail. 324 W. Brownlee St.

A Big: Success! film "Junior Go Home," the No Student Dance March 22 present. Mrs. Ruth Mae Jenkins both during February including 27 Bradford County during Sunday School, 10 a. m.Morning .
Our Father versus Son story of the origin of organ- We all want to attend the The Womans Missionary So- of Jacksonville.Mr. for unlawful speed, the old the past week. Continued wet SEVENTH DAY
baseball. "Sleeping Beauty" ciety met at First Baptist which almost alwaysis weather has kept wild fires, Worship, 11 a. m.
Warm-up game was enjoyedby ized "Little League" operetta and Mrs. Leon Starling, stand-by ADVENTIST CHURCH
all. The following men Help! presented by the 3rd and 4th Church Tuesday evening I Earl Denmark and Mr. and on top of the list. reported by the Florida For- Sabbath School [Saturday Evangelistic Service, 7:30 p. m
Our boys want to partici- grades at Lawtey Junior High March 5. During the eveningthe There were nine cases for est Service headquarters here, Prayer Meeting, Wednesday,
composed the Fathers team: Mrs. Ovid Denmark all of 9641324.
Mrs.L.
pate in this league program.We School in the auditorium members presented worthless checks, seven for at a minimum. 7:30 p. m. Prayer for the sick
Jack Brassell, c. M. Clark, Jacksonville were visiting Mrs.
T. Howe with a:lovely go- 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship.
have the players the March 22. improper passing, six for nodriver's Since January there have at aU'services.-DaVld' T. :Mc-
Paul Griffis. Mr. Harris Spud ing away gift. Week of Prayerwas Lois Carter Sunday 11 a. m. Located between Wil
coach and most of the neces- of license, and four for been 32 fires with 165.9 acres Ghee, pastor
Massey, Bill Patrick, Milo The Womans Society observed last week at the Richard May and sister Mrs.
to start BUTwe running stop signs. There burned. During the same period son Road and Griffis Loop.
Fred Moore, L. Waters sary equipment Christian Service held their Caroll Barnes have to for the
Smith J. church by the Society. gone were three cases each for last year there were 71 T10J9 RIGHT POINT
C. M. Clark held the need $150 for uniforms.Our regular business and social Rev. L. T. Howe and family Colorado Springs, Colo. to visit breaking and entering with I NEW RIVER BAPTIST WAJ 700 writ C.m In sedC11URIH
fires and 492.6 acres burned.
of
basketball at the home Mrs.
and meeting
pitching_ position. Marshall football moved this week to Gainesville Mr. Barnes who is stationed intent to commit petit lar- elect your favorite ESTEREROOK -
During the first two monthsof
teams the bestoutfittedin Mae B. Wells Tuesday eveningof
Jordan umpired the game.The their were respective leagues. Wecan.t last week. A program "Let where he has accepted a call with the Army at Fort Carson. ceny, improper' license tag the year the county recorded Sunday School, 10 a. m. Fountain Pea TELE
Fathers won but only by de- as Pastor of Ridgeview Bap- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley and soliciting business with- 14.44 inches of rain- Morning Worship. 11 a. m. GRAPH.
let them down now, can I Us Pray" was presented by tist Church. Brother Tommy,
made a business trip to Jack- out a license. about five inches more than
as he is affectionately called sonville and visited her sisteh, Two cases each were recorded the normal total for January
AT CITY FISH YOU CANbqornI by some of the members here, Mrs. Ralph Higginbotham in for speed too great for and February. I
has been pastor of First Bap-
I road conditions, valid dri
Bryceville one day during the no
tist Church three and a half ver's license, following too I FLORIDATHEATRE
week. On Wednesday Mr. and MAYOR'S COURTThe
and the Church accepted -
years closely, barbering without
Mrs. Harley, Mr. and Mrs. a
: with reluc-
his resignation Joe Harley and Mrs. A. H. license, and reckless driving. shortest session in recent -
missed in
tance. He will be
his Harley visited Mrs. Ruth Bar- Single cases were contributing -! weeks was recorded .in
the community. During
thlow in Middleburg.Mr. to the delinquency of a Starke Mayor's Court, held
services here Rev. Howe has and minor, assault and battery, I Tuesday instead of Monday
Mrs. Paul Dinkins,
.
IN CASH -- NOT STAMPS baptized Church and 72 members 110 have into been the Jr. and David of St. Augus- carelessly burning the woods, this week, as Mayor Randal -. -
withholding support, operat- Chitty heard only 10 cases. _
tine from
spent Friday to .
I added to the Sunday School. ing a motor vehicle restricted Three persons were convicted -
: On Friday evening the mem- Sunday with his parents Mr. r
for business, failure to : of
yield soliciting without a city
GRADE "A"FRYERS OPENING TIME
: bers ,of the First Baptist and Mrs. Paul Dinkins and her
the right-of-way, prostitution permit while other cases were I MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
: : Church .gave a farewell fel- parents Mr. and Mrs.: Carl trespassing' petit larceny, voluntary -: running a traffic light, disorderly -
lowship dinner in honor of Carter. OPEN 7:00 P. M. SHOW STARTS 7:30
intoxication, and dis- conduct
by ,
fighting
lb.29c Rev. and Mrs. Howe at the fighting.I I FRI. 3:30 SAT. 1:00 SUN. 2:00
turbing the
peace by carrying a concealed weapon,
pastorium. The bountiful meal. I
was enjoyed by approximately -

75 present. Out of town l Friday, Saturday-March 15, 16
SMOKED guests were Mrs. Howe's mo- I
ther Mrs. Betty Thrift, Aunt i % ry : Double Feature Program

HENS S Fryer Backs PICNICS i Miss Sunada Thrift and sister I ;--x I
Mrs. Joe Barber and daughter I I
5 LB. BOX Mellissa all of Macclenny, Mr. y rid I

and Mrs. John Wyrick of Tal- i i "
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LB. 19c 49c! :j LB. 29C ahassee and Rev. and Mrs. I AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL BreUfltl
; Charles Harvey of Heilbronn I Ii

i Baptist Church. I j EDgAMll4NPOESi t
Church Schedules I +fs

i:, Grace Methodist: Church I I r 4l'1 ..q r i ''TFW It VENI
ROLL School 9:45: ajn. Worship 11 i _
I a.m., Evening service 7:30: p. f w. v Q.Y.v I -
SAUSAGE MEAT 3 IBS. i m....PABlnSION..s PATHECOLOR
m. MYF each Wednesday eve I
ning 8 p.m. I iSPRICEKURLORREeoRisKARLOFFALSO c i

'. :. First Baptist: Sunday I --
END curPORKCHOPS3LBS1
School 10 .ajn. Worship 11 /
i: m., Training Union 6:30 .a.1 : J
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.: Ii Worship 7:30: p.m., Midweek I <:ff -
:
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services each Wednesday 7:30.;
:.. .. SR1N6E] IiIS OMl1 '
BEEF ORPORK .: :,. ;$ Personals __
:r r++:awa''e' F

L1VER---3LBS1p ..:: .:: ......:...::-::;:.'.:....: be Friends pleased of to J.know E. Fralic that will he ,; W. }

t
: has returned from V. A. Hospital << -
I :.. ;} < at Lake City and is im- tlu r } rI
RIBS FOR
.: : ..... .... proving. @: :.a a I Tm 'real MIt1 '1'S a
/ I
BARBECUE----3LBS. ) ; ;'i' Recent guests of Mrs.George
I
Plus "JERRY AND GOLDFISH"Sun. Cartoon
,
Roberts were Mr. and Mrs.I i
:' Bill Harrel, Mrs..R. R. Thede, I
WElNEflS---3LB. .. Mrs. Will Edwards all of: .z. I ., Mon., Tues.-March 17, 18, 19

'.' '::.. '. -: } Jacksonville and Mrs. C. Y. '' 1
I H-
Mayo of Tampa.Mr. 'I' .

SMOKED and Mrs.- John Wyrick This' in its own tern/yzng.way,

\: '; :..:.. .. '.}: ;; .. > of Tallahasseee ,were Thurs- I I is
SAUSAGE 3 LOS :.: :: : : : : day to Monday guests of .::.:;:;.;/;.:::\ t.:.\::::.:::; :::.. ,. : ; and visited I ,.
Elizabeth
'. .::; ?ftiN1{{ :W I ti{ j1gii; Terry i ; lovestory

RED HOTSAUSAGE .. ........"...:'..:...:..:...:,"'...:.....!.:......<...<..:.t. .::: .. t,.: .: Mrs. Joyce Futch and other I I :
: ::::;:.;:.:.:::::..:.:.......:::. .T.t.A.:.:..::.:.:.A.; <.;.':<,:<'v.l<'s.. relatives here- i F. .4,y !
: :'' #:'?' E. Strickland of I. ANYTHING YOU SEE ON THE SIDEWALK
3 LBS. : ;:.: .; <. : : Mrs. C. i
.
.. ............,. ... ..' ',' Gainesville was Sunday overnight F

I Futch. guest of Mrs. Joyce I I it! IS YOURS AT LIST PRICE LESS 20% JaCKLemmon

Visiting the James L. wa- -----
WHITE OR NOT SLICED I !
ters family during the week tc anD

SMOKED BACON -- LB. - 1C were and Mrs.sister Waters'Mr.brotherinlaw and Mrs.- ,I 2 DAYS MLY-fBL SAT.-MAR. 15 16 t v; lee

Lyle Schmehl and children of: RemiCK
Bufort S.C. and Mr. and Mrs. :

I, Albert Sappenfield of Deland. i Office Etc.
CHUCK I Supplies, Typewriters, YSOF.Wine atto eoses
R. P. [Pete] Jones and son' .1.1tS

OR -LB. \ Pearce, Jr. were visiting Mr. : ..,.",- '"
.u.eK -
: -
ROAST STEAK 49C and Mrs. A. C. Pearce Sunday. I I I.11rJ1JIWJUE! -. "...,t-'. o..n-fJ..- r.r If
BI IDDUG B
I I IInl1 P d I.JPIllilli.IlARIWIU. gIS 91V1EUN CISY1iFj415r
Mr. and Ordination Mrs. A. R.Sapp of her attended i I: COME IN AND REGISTER FOR PRIZES I

: Plus "MAGOO\ GOES SKIING" Cartoon
WE CUT SPECIAL CUTS brother-in-law Rev. James,i' i
Saunders of Middleburg at
20 21
i Wednesday Thursday-March
,
,
Black Creek Baptist Church:
I Pt on I
6 A. M. I Sunday. 1 I 4N
OPEN i ;:
I Mrs. Betty Ellis, Avis and [ ._ I' ;r.,
Subscription j .- ''.''' it
ERLE6Month .
; Mark left Tuesday for Atlanta ... '
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7 .v; ,
Ga. where they will visit ;; '..
TO
Subscription J/" !fr,,,
I relatives while son Joe with I. -0: I' \,.
ftuiMiDiu&AHESi Bfli BEH B BBB EBE EB BH B B B H B ';h.
DAYS I WE STOCK A COMPUTE LINE OFlGROCERIES the other members of BHS : ).J dowel '; j

QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED 10 P. M. Senior Class visit New York. I I lets the bars ..... .,f..
A WEEK : They all expect to return Sun- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH .:I L. ...-rwe'A- ('
607 Brownlee Phone 969-1095 day. I
II I Plus.. "GEORGIA AND THE DRAGON" Cartoon
.I Mrs. Elouise Guerry of Lake
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turn" in to bery and annuals-they will the estimate of a populationof j this notice the fictitious name St. Starke Florida. Dated this 13th day of March
the plant bed a good texture such as Spergon, Arasan or an attempt grow I
of WAYNE'S SUPERETTE, under Cecil. Douglas, 913 Ralford A. D. 1963 at atarke, Bradford
I .Let' Go and to prevent it from drying Semesan and mix the chemical upright again.snaPdragons. need a light application of 8J387.000 for 1976 for Florida : "which I am engaged in Road. Starke. Florida sole own- County, Florida I
with the seeds by shaking the are subject to food to keep them growing made by the same commission. I business at 671 West Madison er. 3-14 4t {-4
out.For convenience select a packet. nematode invasion and a rot. top speed. This figure is 50 per .
, Gardening garden spot near the house If you.cant fumigate the soil If you didn't get the cala- cent over the state's current
where you may irrigate in Spring gardeners will enjoya try to pick a disease-free' soil. dium bulbs started during Feb- population of about 5.600,000- VOTE FOR LM4I t

case of drought. A semishaded host of new midget-size. To prevent the ravages of ruary,'put them in the ground today. W G ,;us
B) Hervey Sharpe location helps during hot flowers now available. Rhizoctnia rot try such chem- ,. now.You will.find these large- During the interval to 1976 n ? ayne .
Extension dry weather. One new dwarf variety you icals as KarI am, Fermate or leaved plants useful for edg- Florida is expected to retain
FloridaiAsricultural:
: may like to try this spring is wettable Spergon. ings or as a large mass plant- its position as the fastest
Size of garden depends on OF PUTNAM HALL
ServiceMany available. To supply a snapdragon called Sprite.It Activities ing to add color to your yard. growing large state and will
space
i vegetables for a person for a comes in awhole, series' of March is fertilizer time. They like acid soil and the rank eighth in size among the Trustee District 2ClayElectric
.. gardeners "know" year aim for 1-20 acre per hybrids called Cherry, Crimson Give. azaleas and camellias same general conditions suitable 50 states. The national gainis ,
that planting on a "growing I person. This allows for can- Scarlet White .and, Yel- application of special acid- for azaleas and,camellia3. expected to be 24 per cent
! moon" insures fast vegetable ning and freezing for later use. low Sprite plus a mixture of type ,fertilizer as soon as they to 1976.If .
i i growth..But a few, skepticssay Vegetables produce betterif the separate colors. are finished blooming. Lawns,:'Fla. PopulationSeen Florida does reach the 15 Cooperative Inc.
that until we get"a'roan plant nutrients are applied The Sprites grow only 12 too, are generally hungry. So million mark by the year 2000 I
to 14 in. tall..They are"back- 'give:them supply of plant
riding moon shot off the Cape potassium -- known as NPK. a it will experience a gain of '
it's best to plant seed in the On sandy soil apply 1-3 poundof savers" since they require no .food.* 75,000,000 161 per cent compared witha : AT THE ANNUALMEMBERSHIP
earth.V' 6-8-6 NPK] per 10footOn staking as protectJ.on'against Some "professionals" like to national increase of 89 per I
Same claim that planting muck apply 1-6 pound of March.skyward winds. Instead the, of hybrid orbiting give .the winter-weary grassa By Year 2,000 cent. I r MEETING
field peas on a dark night pre- 0-12-20 mixture per 10-foot quick green-up application
vents worms from seeing and vigor is spent on multiple !,of high nitrogen fertilizer. Florida may count on a
eating the crop later. Others row.The excuse for crooked rows flower stems that give color- ; Most.home owners may like population of 15 million 'bY HEILBBONN 't. V', : KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
swear that seed on a bright ful eye appeal. to stick to a balanced fertilizer the year 2,000. the Florida BAPTIST CHURCH
is that you can get more plantsper l-
moonlight night results inmoonbUhd.ed row. But remember These new snapdragonsblend made up of equal amountsof State Chamber. of commerce Sunday School 10 a. m. THURSDAY MARCH 28
nicely into a mixed
that starve.A nitrogen, phosphorous and
pests declares.
.I straight rows are attractiveand Morning Worship 11 a. m.i
border and several
few"folks produce potassium. Amount to use depends ONE OF THE ORGANIZERS AND A MEMBER -
believe that it seem
' A make cultivation insect displays of blossoms before -*- "Far-fetched as may Training Union 7 p.m. Eve-1
black heart of turnips car- control and harvesting easier succumbing to summer tem- ,on the soil. An aver- today 'to estimate the state's ring. Worship, 8 p.m. Prayer !i OF THE BOARD WHEN COOPERATIVE -
lawn will need about 25
rots.] or' rutabagas means row. If possible use fertilizer peratures or:heavy rains. :age population 37 years from now. Meeting Wednesdays 7:30 pan. I f, WAS CHARTERED IN 1937
that bachelor gardner has pounds of a 6-6-6 [or similar looking1 ahead, is essential to Rev. !
a containing small amounts of Charles Harvey pastor.
It's not too late to' plant
been hexed-by a jilted maiden. minor food elements such as fertilizer' ] per 1,009 square 'planning) for necessary public I II I SERVED ON THE BOARD, 1937 TIIRU 1944
snapdragons if you flont procrastinate feet of. to wake it
lawn area
of the ,. facilities highways,
But regardless gar- manganese sulfate borax and I another day. Also such as I I 44
dener's romantic failings a I. up from its winter nao. schools:- sewage systems and NOTICE OF IXTEXTIOX TO''
copper
if is not available
few ounces of bonor per- acre Use 'a fertilizer containing j variety Sprite that is heat toler-, trya The1! best time to fertilize recreation facilities" the State REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME ,:i I will appreciate your vote and support in the March 28 election and
prevent black centers in vege- nitrogen phosphorus and ant. Such varieties will likely is when' the ground is moist. Chamber said. It was for Notice is hereby given that pledge my best efforts toward economical operation of our Co-operative,
I tables. in bands. Do this before plant- adjust to our .warm spring As soon 'asthe plant food is these purposes that population the undersigned of Chapter, under 20.953.Laws.the .provision ,. and lower rates.to our members: If at all posssible, I would, like to see our
t i This spring drop okra seed ing. Sprinkle the fertilizer in weather and produce flowers applied be sure' to water the projections were made.recently of Florida., Acts of 1941.- 'will' Co-operative paying dividends to its members, as many other Cooperativesare
i ]lawn:.tOV burn federal register with the Clerk of .the
possible i
prevent all states by a
for I
at chin height for tall-growing furrows about 2 inches below longer. Circuit Court, in and for Brad- j doing. Be sure to attend the annual meeting on March 28 and vote
S. stalks that'll bear all summer. and 2 inches to the side of the Another suggestion is to damage. by caustic fertilizer commission. lord County, Florida upon receipt i I for Wayne G. Watkins, District 2.
In the fan let the seed go at planting row. purchase three-inch high materials.While fertilizing the I Perhaps more realistic isI I of proof of publication of II III
I
.' toenail elevation) for a short If you're unable to "sight" a plants from your garden supply I grass,:"don't: forget the shrub- .-.- !!II
plant anti plenty of okra before straight row, use stakes string store.i This will give you .
frost. and a yardstick. Stretch the head-start neigh-
a on your + at
Checking these mores of the cord between two stakes.While bors who planted seeds several
past is one approach to the cord is in place use a hoe I weeks ago. : BULLINGT N'STHURSDAY

spring gardening but for handle to make. the furrowsfor If you already have a bed 4/V
I better luck here are a few suggestions large seeds.Planting of a tall variety of snapdra--
i from University of depth is important. gons underway be sureto .
V Florida garden authoritites. In moist soil cover small seed pinch out the tops of the
First check to see if you such as mustard less than % plants after they reach eight' 1 I -. FRIDAY -- SATURDAY MARCH 14 15 16
t have a real case of "garden I inch deep. Cover medium- inches in height. This will induce ,
I fever." Make with. the spadeor \ sized seed such as radishesno bottom branching and
f plow in soil preparation. more than 3-4 inch deep will insure that you will Pro-
If thi'8 sweatofthebrowlabor and cover large seed such as duce more bloom spikes .per:. COME IN AND
'. does not cool your enthusiasm beans from 1 to 2 inches deep. plant.
I' then it's safe to Prior to planting treat seed If you are after tall stems REGISTERFOR 1 /
purchase, seed, fertilizer and to prevent decay and other and long spikes for cut flowers .r i
0 f other'garden,supplies ailments. It takes only a coupleof then stake the plants FREEPRIZE .. '
Prepare ,the ground well minutes to treat a packetof when they are eight inches 1 4 / II
before planting. Turn the soil seeds. All you do is tear off high. Staking will prevent the /
6 to 8 inches deep 1011oWed.by Corner of the packet toss in a plants from falling earthwardand
harrowing_ or raking to give small pinch of seed protectan making. an unsightly "li, To Be Given '
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PAGE FOURTEEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEG PATH, STARVE,-FLORIDA THURSDAY. MAR. 14.XOTICE _1945_

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that- the : 13 HEREBY GIVEN, the Clerk of the Circuit Court I er since,Monday.. I plan tq go 1' :1 lodge in Vermont- 12 rooms.![ '1 Marie Sapp,' Elaine Johnson, Social Security BOATDRAIN BAPTISTCHURCH .j

engage in undersigned business under desiring!the fictitious to- Of Bradford County, Florida. :.Sunday School and church; which shje: rents .I.;> met .nice :i ipe and Lenora Israel: were Sun- 1 !,

name of SOUTHERN LYNN D. HAMILTON as omorrow; which is Sunday.. j j plg at church, _Folks Here'j , MARrXE & THOMAS & PIERCE Sunday School 10 !
TELEVISION at
dill,, wind up all my business i are. fro ,itjSeenas. 412 East Call Street, !In the 202-205:; Xorth Temple Ave. th I : | Morning Worship.. 11 ...m. j
Pity of Starke Florida Starke Florida. and .fix it so my son can)t I must my luggage Mrs Percy Cason and C, D. I office will be at the courthouse -
It is register the said IntendS\\ :3-7; 4t ,-%1\ '* have the power ,.of attorney' ,. s and ,do a little last minute j J Dobbs of, Jacksonville were i in Starke on Friday,i Training Union. 6:30: p. a. 'i I.

.- and should I be lost,at sea or i i shopping.. Then.soon it will} ;guests of relatives in Raiford ; March 22 at 9:30 ajn. All Evening Worship 7:30, p. m. i j I

in the' deserts of Africa he: 1 be "bon, voyage" Monday. While here they at-'I persons wishing to conductI Prayer Meeting, Wednesday,. I j
8 a.U1Vess can, settle ,my, estate. and feel that this trip is partof I'I'I tended the Cason funeral. : social security business are 7:30 p. m. I
I IJOHNSTOWN I I i
NASWORTHY ox 104, Sulphur Springs, Ind i bring things .to a close. r. God's plan for my life. It I asked to call at this time. II I f I
lira. Homer Hummel,/where is going to be wonderful Tto )nSSIONARY'1 I !I

FURNITURE Wherein February with its always wanted to go, but now,I IB I: visited, gave me this'recipe. see Spain France Italy, BAPTIST i I

and cold is past and the time draws nearer to Served for dinner. ,APPLE Greece Egypt, the ,Holy Land. Angus B. Lawson, Pastor
with snow the first day of March I depart, I find just an.ache in PECAN CAKE1 Cream to- Jerusalem all the places I \'\\\ fi "' llS1\11S\\\' \\ J"j"jI
& APPLIANCES gether-till fluffy. 1-2..cup shortening used to teach,about, but "j
start to New York and my my old broken heart. To leave never Bible School 10 a.m. Morning .
tour of the Holy Land. the new friends I have made 1-2 cup brown and..1 cup.white ugar. Add 2 God is with us till we meet Evangelistic Services with
THURS. FRI. SAT. When memories of twilight here in this town and be so f
swim and dart much farther away from Don's eggs, beating well after each again. Dr. Clayton ,C. Mosier, full- I Remember That: Special Occasion With
MARCH 14 15 16 addition. Sift together 2 1-2 Let..His love :
healing renew
like homing pigeons flecked grave and also my dog Gabby .blooded Indian evangelist. '
with pale star-beams, All my life this has beena cups sifted flour,..! S tSp. bit; Let His- smile be deep with- Services Thursday Friday,FLOWERS from.. I

AMAZING heart, heart does ache, I shall carry 1-2 tsp., baking soda. Add alternately you. morning and evening. .

VALUE! J of FURNITURE Tto let them find shelter in out my plans, as this seems to with one 'cup"ofmilk God Is with you till wemeet Friday.night Dr. Mosier will

..,..-..-) .". dreams.Rosetouched. be my destiny always to have to egg and sugar' mix again.So wear his full native chief regalia COLONIAL FLORISTStarke's E ES
my .
"
w"J : with candle- love and ache in my heart. ture. Then fold in 1 12 cups bye now. I will write to including war bonnet. ,
9-PC. LIVING ROOM OUTFIT pared arid finely chopped ap- you from Naples, Italy, Jerusalem -
$ bathed It is eAsy for me to love and blanket worn at Custer's _
: light, in jasmine ; and
$398 Oldest Florist only
17-PC. BEDROOM GROUPING Please know the message people, everyone young old, ple. Pour into 13x9x2 pan. and whenever I can. last stand.

19-: PC. DINETTE ENSEMBLESave that it bears came through good or bad. I met such nice Sprinkle-with 1-s:cup broken Take care of yourselves. All F, T. D. Member.
families by the name of Hum pecan meats. and 1.2 cup my love. God bless you. j
$163.10 On This Complete Household Of Furniture The towering unscathed.And barrier. of mel. In fact Mr. Hummel is brown sugar. Bake'at 350 degrees MOTHER! LURA THE EIGHT POINT fat the ;
years FLOWERS ANYV'IIEREWORLD'flEPhone
MONTHS TO PAY WIRED
School teacher. 40 minutes. writ in
should sense its my Sunday way j u : Come and I
you _I_' I- 964-62 566 E. Nona St.
HElPFUL HINTS. I read ,
wanderings He has a darling wife and I efeet ,your favorite ESTER-
lonely love them so much. ,I took where .a-little vinegar the BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- DOT BAGWELL ManagerS
I releaseit i
When some day
YOUR CHOICE : .
Turn-About to dinner with them one Sundayand last rinse water. when .wash- RAIFORD GRAPH. .
i your care

Vinyl. ; Coated. Be listening for the soundsof spent myself the so afternoon.much. They Enjoyed tog fy. If clothes your makes drain them freezes fluf up -- ..---_._._--.-_.-_----- . I
ROCKER wingsSoftrustling
these chffly mornings,, put .a .
have a beautiful country ;
in the dawnsometimesomewhere. ,Rev C. -L., 'Phipps of the '
9 x 12 RUG home half rugs of fcalt down the .
In Walnut Upholstered s' :'drain. I found It soon melts State Farm filled the pulpit at DAHME
I went to
Indianapolis shop-
or No matter where my hom- the ice and water flows.tree- he.First Baptist Church of
In Beautiful Vinyl Plastic ing thoughts have flown, ping. Bought a pretty evening ly. Raiford Sunday. .
r
dress street in dark
length a
ThreeBulletPOLE My love will find its shelterin I keep singing, "Now is the Mr,; and Mrs. Joe Thorntonof
blue sheer all silk. I have A
your own. hour when me must say good Jacksonville were Sunday
white suit and silk,
-Edith Powell Wortman >bathing a guests of Mrs. Nancy Thorn- Sidewalk Sale L
LAMP bye,
suit, and two wool suits and all
;' I tonSunday evening they
I When you read this I should sport clothes for riding the Soon 111 be sailingfar. .' ..
went to see Mrs. Kate Dixonin
ONLY 2995COME be out on the Atlantic Ocean. camel in Egpyt. I have three across the sea.
ONLY 3-79 .1 Somehow heart gives a the Bradford County Hos
We head for the Strait of pairs of walking shoes. For my 1 1I I MAR. 141516 !
I Gibraltar. Stop in Spain a the last month I have been thump and thug as I remem- pital.Mrs. .
i few hours, also Prance and ber during War n how we.felt I Nora Darby of Jacksonville
walking three, four, and five the sailed to Africa, spent several days this, :
boys
we stay several days hi Naples as .. .
IN AND REGISTER FOR PRIZE Ii Italy and go to Rome miles a day. Then this week I and Italy to fight. I shall.cover week with her brother-in-law '

OPEN TILL 8:00: P. M. FRIDAY I I and fly to Athens Greece. took a bad cold, so have not some of the same places,,, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. W.. II,

.\ Those far away places I have walked out in the zero weathI3iiH3 but now it is peaceful. Any. Tompklns.Mr. 1l t
how I shall be far away from! and Mrs Alton Browning :
1 I home and familiar scenes of ,Jacksonville were Saturday : 1
I : When I was a Wac 'during:! guests of Mrs. Bill

I : I! the war I was in the Air Corps. Browning. While here they ;

: I never had but a small pail r visited, their father, Bill
of wings. Now I have a large Browning, who has been ill inKing : ,
..
silver pair given me by th! Memorial Hospital. :

I Aviator who has worn then: Mrs.. Bessie Sapp had .as j

: hi Naples, Italy, and ..Africsand Sunday guests Sheriff and I !

: places I shall be going. ]I Mrs. Pete Reddish and Mr, 30" ell-Bill 4-Burner

I have several addresses, yov I and Mrs Rodman Reddish 'all 1

i can write to me. Here are .a of Starke. I

,! few. Mrs. Lura B. Mohr caw Our community was saddened : I. ELECTRIC

:I jp Wheaton Tour Party, Hote I this week by the death of '
s $ P Santa Lucia, Naples, Italy. a life-long resident and friend. : .,! j S

I II I I Arriving March 15. Joe .R, Cason.. Our: .heartfelt STOVE ft S
I I Mrs. Lora Moluvcare Wheaton sympathy goes .outjb the Ca- 9
I, .
1 .
Tour Party, National Hotel son famiLY.;May God give you : Val. ,
$179.95 .
I : Jerusalem, Jordan. Arriv. strength and comfort in your
II I I i ing March 23. hour of sorrow. .-. I'

I Mrs. Lura Mohr, care Whea" Mr. and Mrs. M. Dobbs and .
I 12 Cu. Ft. Like: New" ,
ton Tour Party Hotel.LeiHacarmei ;
;children) of Chester, _Pa. ar I i
I I Haifa, Israel. Arriving ,lived Sunday for a few days j

: April 1., ISSJJi, -,? f,._ visit ;. with his parents, Mr.* ,j S. KELVIN I A TOR S i
.' Also IixsJLura| B> Mohr':': land Mrs.'fOde Dobbs.: I

Sailing Qn S. S. Constitution, ,dome; of those attending the Refrigerator -- Val. 199.95 5;
-April 7. American Export Line, Cuon funeral from out tot'I

I Cabin Cla. ,- care Dresda & town were Mr. and Mrs. Jeff I
: i Co. S.RJj.JstJTour via Roberto Dowling and daughter, Mrs 129,95 OR 99.95 !

BraCCO,' 3.Naples. Italy. John chgse and Jim Dowling. I
;x i-i Omei) dy.p1eJ.Se: write .U ofs. Miami. -

j.me each,,place, ,Hit ana-Mrs. Buck Lewisof, With Trade \
I i. All my love .and God bless Jasper Mr. and Mrs. George j

II a 4' t' 7} I C I "Mother Lura : .tier;pL114M nTer; ;}%' and her i

--.1- '55 mother._Mrs. A.,.L... Crews, allot I 1 I II II II II
Wherein I take train to I
a.,
I 4 I a Jacksonville,.,attended theCason.funeralMonday /, I I.J IV
i New YorkIjarrive safely, tot *: I I

I o church ,.and., prepare..to I I
I I i ..;-tMr.1andMrs.Robert, FaulknerwereSunday ,
board the ship. I
Al'b I
guests of her I!
-Tell.meJ:' In.mournful, '
: parents Mr. and Mrs. B. fP.i I
ti : r' 'vS :. L: numbers .
> s. ewr 1. aiI : i .
u t Yarborough. j
f .55 1
I Ia I Life tecJwti an empty dream, Little, Jeffery Mcciou :.of ; ..', ...... ''. It
And thc,.fioul is dead that ". .
I Jacksonville is visiting his : (
slumbers i iI '
grandparents,, Mr? and, Mrs. i i
And things are not what '
I they seem. : K.,D .Copier f1 ', \ t i 4 K u / r..

It I Hens .W Longf" -eltow Mr.. and.Mr*:..HoF.and .Reg.i i
.bter,aDd children were Sunday i
I. tin New -York City:
arnt
II :
I visitors,of Mr, .and ,,Mr|. 1
!I X.JUq..,.t jthe :WellingtonHotelnear '
Earl .Dobbs. I
::1 Central rPark, and,I love ; .1--
Mr. .anddl'J..J James Green
j j4nd.
i this part of thecity went,to
,j Sunday School and. ..church t children spent Sunday' 4 .'..'..'._, t>.,. ; ..-
1 with their grandmother, Mr*. / ( ; ..'J"it
yesterday the Baptist o r.j'! "' -
Church. I took communion, 'Mary Freeman.. ,., > I j
1j LOBBY Mr and AIrs. Jack Cason of I ;
1 then rested.
j j Miami were called home last i'
; 'We had a banquet lastnight. .
week due to the illness of Mr.Cason'8fatherMJ. .
1 Now,I have my /
.
: : R., Cason.
Lship ticket and I've but tags
; Mr. and ,Mrt. Ernest Free. '
,
: on my..luggage. I went to bed man f 1
and, Bon, were Saturday :
i about $:30 and now I feel
;
guest of his s mother. iirsj;
I!
oh We
.rested and so happy. Freeman.Mary" r
.
WENTY' ..SIX YEARS AGO the Florida Bank at leave the hotel here for the Mary
,I Ann Miles,Jofia saw)
boat at 1 pjn. It is the great ,
4 Starke opened for business. We were the 11 th Member : S.S. constitution and we sail 1- I

:I i at 4 p.m. I am floating around COMPLETESEPJ1C '

of the Florida National Group of, Banks which ,:i on a cloud. Whoopee!

.y I I Even Broken hearts can be
'TANKSERVICE
now has 31 banks, all located in a Major Commer- r !mended in time if we Pr&1 17-INCH

; I i and trust: onr tires to God.
ial Agricultural Tourist Center in the State.
F or Many years ago I put myself

In, God's fcands 'and he has

Today, on our 26th Anniversary, we'are proud to be .. :I made "my life a great adver- 9 Cleanouts
ture of joy and .sorrow. ,But *

S i ;5 in our New, Modern Home, where we have facilities it is of this weaving that Repairs lI l- PORTABLE TV
5 : makes usa worthwhile per-' Installations

-'..; in. bur lobby to take care of your every banking need, soncapable .of. deep lore v i TO BE GIVEN, AWAY
? for people and a craving after -
Plus a night depository and five drive-in tellers. Our : gooduf and truth.- CONCRETE CULVER ,Saturday, March J6, 6 P. M.

I It Wta Joy last night to PIPE .
parking lot has entrance on four streets and parking note that no one smoked at Come In And Register

the banquet. Only one man. Starke "Nothing To Buy" I
facilities for 48 customers. : not think he Is .
i and I do goIng 969-1952 .
V lk '-, ,
> ., 1 on our tour.. I,<; ,,

We Welcome The Opportunity To Discuss Your Banking I This is a Wheaton College Green, 284-3860 Cove Springs J See Our Sidewalk Displays J'

tour and we have Bible Class t I

Needs At Any Time : the every days day.hi We the should Holy Land.enjoy!i I t Both Locations -. 125 and 7J2 East Call St. I IDAHMER

._ : We will go to Rome.
,
"f, \r' Athens'j
and the place* ,
; and Paul once were There is i

.,.FLO.R I'DA', I a. minister; in the'
; \ : i group of;42 and be has prpm- S I

4 1 i Ued to baptize me in the RiverJordan -. t
: '- -- : ,where,, 'Jesus.wad btized. -.; FREE ESTIMATES

imafiwj; E" ;. .. .
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; Park
I wafted to Central

t One of 31 Banks. _. of the Florida National Group nice early womanleading this morning. Met a dog.a !I AMASON 'Discount: House'n' ;

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l\UR. U, toe* BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAl: C'rARE7F.t1RiDA .. PACE FIFTEEN"FLAMELESS"
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I \ 11 I i Army's newest infantry wea- Gettiqg j Ready: I chicken. this period, no extra heat is'' THE RIGHT POINT for the ,i

J .. ". ".. pons. IJohnY.E. i r. .//'Reduce the heat from your, needed and .young.chicks can, nay you write. Come in and '
: I I SERVICE MEN 'I II|For Spring Chl ki I select jour favorite ESTERI I
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:t. 1 brooder about five degrees>1 be turned out on a good Ber :
, .., I Geiger on of Mr. i BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-
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f AND WOMEN i.i and-Mrs.*.Herman O. Geiger Getting ready for those new each week up 'to six or eight: muda grass spot 'GRAPH.BA 1

of Starke,* ia:undergoing nine i, chicks Poultry husbandman j,weeks," Moore., says. After'' .c. .. ..

's I| weeks of basic recruit training,; J. S. Moore of the Agricultural 1 ,.
1 ]. Extension Service has
I i at the Naval Training Center, 'I some : i,

i iJam'es Great Lakes. Ill. I I pointers which may be helpful : RKSIAitSw i!

G. Johnson, son of i
7" >e Mr. and Mrs. H. Johnson of I. Airman 2-c Leon G. Wilker- First decide what breed or iI I I iI

Route 1, Starke, has enlistedin son Jr., son of Mr. and.,,:Mrs. \ strain to .purchase for the iI
the Coast Guard and reported -'I Leon Wilkerson of Route .1,1,i most, economical results.. ,According I
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to the station at Cleveland -I Lawtey has been awarded the to Moore Leghorn w

I s : Ohio for further assign- i US Air Force Good Conduct j(i type chickens are best for laying i I

ment to duty. Before enlisting f! Medal at' Etain Air Base in purposes while a crossbred

he was employed as 'stock I France. The award was:' siren: Cornish bird is best for, I

clerk at Food Fair in Starke. in recognition of his exeap eating.. For. general purpose I

and attended Bradford County lary behaxiorr efficiency, and chicken, he suggests New f

High School I fidelity over a three-year per- Hampshires or White Plymouth -, r" 4

U -I iod.Wilkerson is a' ,former .stu-i|i!I "A. good Rocks brooder house- is a'!!' Thursday Friday Saturday + I

Airman 2-c Donald C. DixOn must in chicks'that /
ame1e dent of BHS. and is now assigned raising day-old ,t
son of James E. Dixon of I
to the TSSSth?Material i i scarcely weigh an eighthof March 14, 15, 16
Starke is being reassigned toa I
Squadron as a special vehicle a pound the Extension
U-S..Air Force support unit .
repairman.' His wifeis: the specialist stresses.. "It; should
in Turkey following his grad former'Diana M. Hill of Spo- be one that' can be kept dry

is the BIG D1FFERENC uation equipment from course repairmen the for technicaltraining Kees-radio i kane three, children.Wash., and they have 1 I; tilated.and properly The, heated house! must and ven-toe S MENg; t I')>>:U'Ji' "

brooder SHIRTS
-, equipped with a : that
ler AFB, Miss. He is a grad-
.maintain
Airman 3c James 1?. Gann, will a temperature
in ELECTRIC COOKING uate of the Albany, Ga high > E: ff.
eon of Mrs.' Irene Hulce.. o( of 95 degrees under the hover A <
school. 'ALUE
I Starke has completed the U. two inches above the, ( 'I' ONE.RACK

,, ,. ',:,!' --' ;:; 7{..,: .. ,w.w... :..,,- .., "".'.. 'P, > '''''''''''''''' ..'t.....'.., .-x I I S. Air,Force' technical training level Keep( .a that thermometer flor.j TO $6.00 = !
'X < '''''t. ''' :: .: "" "" ;" Richard P. Nichols, 17, son so youacan tmakecertain !
,. 'tI.. :.&/;!,.1 r.A1'.. ......". P"Kt.$ i.'.)..'.....:..l.".,. ..::' .,f."."_J-'t; !_;:"":;'...;._............}..,;,t;.. ,"_..I'o-ry", :;f'..::' .;.' \ of Mrs. Myrtice Nichols of I ment course repairmen for radio at Keesler equlp-; you are maintaining AND, TABLE
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Starke, has completed recruit 1 Air Force" Base in Mississippi. -I 1 the proper temperature. -

training at the Naval-.Training He will now be reassignedto j Moore suggests using an I
means CLEANER, COOLER, : Center, Great Lakes, Ill. a permanent base for duty, electric brooder, stating that! 00 Odds .
$
FASTER,SAFER Good reasons why more thana During this time he received' in his'new technical specialty) they are easy 'to.operate and I -
And 9c
million Florida families have "switched" to fP tests and interviews to deter: I .... I! safe. ''Infared'heat lamps ire:
electric cooking. It's the only really modern way! Ft mine his future training and I : I fine for up to 100 chicks"I Ends
5utaantirpu .
No fumes constant-burning pilot assignments. I s < tpack ,adds fj.. l
flame, no no i
l. : 'a ... ....
50:
| .Also needed t .
Extensipit water
are
light. No sooty, grimy products of combus j .t

tion...BO pots and pans keep shiny-bright... xs Airman 2-c Robert E. Brownof I Of State Road ibo :I founts and feed troughs.. waI"&ft"'WOi1i./ ; .\
Clean '
the whole kitchen stays cooler and "whiteglove"clean. Keystone Heights has arrived .,. I scrub.sweep and disinfect
everything to make it ;
New super-speed surface and oven unitsY'; ,'o at ,Avian Air Base in I I ,Two Putnam County.groups sanitary'and t4:6': destroy -as ''' ** ,, .,.. ,LAt t } .

shorten cooking t I 1e. Automatic controls let you : r w Italy for a 90-day rotational have adopted ''resolutions asking many disease germs and parasites i S"t'I'\ .! 'IK LARGE SELECTION
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duty assignment. An Air Force the, Stat Road Department I
cook meals to perfection without pot-watching. as possible>This" will increase j
aircraft navigation equipment, State Road Register
to extend For
In ELECTRIC cooking fop-ef- .
: chances. of raising disease f
range utensils are in direct con. repairman, Airman Brown Is' 100 east from ,Bunnell to the!. -'free chicks and cut downon LADIES
a w g3 y, tact with heating element The a member of the 352 Tactical proposed route of Interstate I
Big Drawing
.. < .a heat quickly goes into the food Fighter Squadron from Myr- 95, or.to construct a mortality rate. t I

See" the gem EUctric: Ranges at your app,ih.ce dealer, -not the kitchen. tle Beach AFB in South,Carolina ing links connect-I When the house has been SHOES
1 He will return there thoroughly cleaned cover. the I
The requests were !
: floor with 4 to-6',taches.. f
with his unit upon eomplet- the Putnam County Development -I good dry litter $$1. 0.00 ill .
woodhavings.
.rmc tion of the three-month ..Authorityand the Putnam -I !
---, 11.10.1,;.., dehydrated cane pumice or ''
'" training tour. Brown is a grad- County,Chamber of Com i VALUE
.I : uate of Melrose High School, that,f sawdust. I II' k '
oat
merce. It was pointed Certificate ''
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or days before ,
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Wilton arrice set up a TO $8.9a
I 1,: ..',, E. Brown of Detroit 100 there would be rio feasible Lift .
II Mich. ? northbound : brooded and'start it heating. ft. FREE
route> *f or .
t ,Erect a., guard about two ,feet l y NOW
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att. traffic to reach PaUtka from .A 199
.out from
INSIST ON MODERN FLAMELESS COOKING !!,,,,? .._. Pvt. Charlie J. Brown Jr., the interstate, highway 'the brooder around to confine the edge the of I II' : Jt 'A'U'.I"'i\\' '
FOR PRECIOUS PEACE OF MIND R cVr whose parents live in Hampton State Road -100 from Lake

) recently completed eight City to Daytona Beach through I,until chicks,they for thefirst learn that few days the :?i' .
-I1t."tlW (In FLAME cooking,the wasted weeks of advanced infantry Starke and Palatka. ,
lnmess.... ........ its, :heat that spills up around tha training at the U.s. Army I brooder is the spot where they
j utensil overheats the K4t hex T: can go to get warm.. Next : 'lARGE SELECTION MEN'S SHOES
..Irs' CHEAPER. TOO -ondyoli. Training Center Fort Gordon,iS ales I fill the water founts and feed' '.

!FLJEIDA POWER/ & LIGHT! COMPANY Ga.Pvt. Collect l s:Vp. troughs so that all .will be in '
l Brown entered the Ar-
HELPING BUILD FLORIDA order SOT:,,,the new-chicks, I
I my in September 1962 and Over Last Year "Remember that your baby \ VALUE TO $10.00
completed basic training at
; I chicks ?will increase.in size
Fort Gordon where he received Sales'tax collections! in-Bradford -1 i I ;
I I about. 45 times in.,live and
.. ., instruction in combat t County ',continue to run r'one-ha.1f months," 'Mooreeem- NOW
.r N r K ; $
;* '" y >a ; techniques and,injuring the'slightly ahead of. collectionsfor I x.98Baiksd.a1e's
.. c phasises. "This means,,that in
the same: period last
,--, year...two, to,.three weeks,you. will, ..
Collections' reported in .JaA- i --
uary (fo"rv:.December saI.eot. )- need ;more floor space: more i
.. water founts and ':
.more feed'troUgh&
; takd '
I 18859.59, as comparedwith ", .

Run clean itiroughspring gasoline in every 8? Then change to RPM Motor 417,070.54 in 'January The' Extension point" tyrga'recommends '

_ Oils, the deposit-free oils with the amazing ashless 19S2.I one"foof.of space t
I Collections ln
two
adjoining
detergent that almost halts engine wear! Choose 1 I counties showed a decline .on per thick for chicks 8-10 weeks :' .

withRPM from RPM Special and RPM Supreme-two great December sales. Clay County of age'and: two feet for, 10-20
week old
4 r oils. Both are llgh etergent. Both clean engine reported 115,47917 this figure chickens. After 20'weeks .
i
on one and
one-
Jan-I
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MOTOR OILS parts asy drive, keep your engine young. You'll 323ilO uary as in Januaryv1962 compared with>;'. half.'feet. of.apace peiu grown I :

find that RPM in crankcase means long-run
I : your Union' Cfcunty- reported $3,-i I r

; Want! your car toEI! through spring..with smoother ning mileage,better protection for your car.One try 052.79 'in ttan ary ;196$'.a de PHONE,. D '-

I performance, every mile? Want engine parts so tells why Standard products are Dixie's favorites! cline from $5,182.67 in January. 964-440i' ays. FREE

clean,, o friction-free, you saveupsto 1 gallon of STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY) 1962.Baker County** showed" a OPEN K OC.h. t' "' Drugs I DeliveryREE

Slight gain from .S6.152.36; in TILL 9 P. JI.
January last year*.to $',.9(8.30ror

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January this year. S I L

".,\ J ,",. i i 'Be Safe Be serf -

Driving Perniit F $1.19 \, '"' .. Early Toy Sale!

Renewal isReviewed I \' t,. Towel ttot ALWAYS BUY AT .A DRUG ,STORE
I CHECK THESE VALUES
With Any.((2)) -Breck Items .

. to".._,t ,j ,(Any, Size) Hairspray Or Should the need arise and you are in need

rilL '. .. : Thousands of Floridians will j Shampoo! .. ,pf Con escent Supplies, see f{oqh's Drug TICOELECTRIC TRAIN

, trek to theirs Nearest driver ; t -St, .ne.. ,We sell and rent most of your AND TRACKSA
license sales office to renew .FREE $0: N and aluminum
t needs. Crutches, Canes (wooden Good Buy At $3.95

v4'H m their ,driver ijennits. every I "Ladies Hair Brush::: With ) Walkers tyei Trays, Ba! ;ubSeatsand
gale 'Price 2.77
.. i t month:of this e&r. 1 Any Home! ',jj Permanent v -
'H : The Florida Highway Patrol I I' Wave Set {Refills Not In-, ,. Rails, Cushions andSupports,

calls' to the attention of all I eluded) *.. .of'all kinds. Wheel Chairs and Beds may DELUXE IRONING SET
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f"p't.\ : ; drivers that since. the birth also be obtained by purchase or' rental. For Little Girls
t 3ia date issuance: : plan went into
I effect in 'IM1. people are required ''I E .FRE- SET OF 2Batterie Yqur needs will best be served at Koch'sDrug SaleTrice FOOD AT $2.98

to get their driver: li- I u : Store. 1.99
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I "ct cense renewed'every iwo",years I' With"2pCell: FJuhlight :
Rags To Riches
during the month of their
ONLY 99cFREErS FOUNTAIN Ed1AL
birth. !i $ DOLL

For instance if you were tt 7 Piece Jointed Doll

r'r Yt born in an mn>-cumbered t ... ,"p) :qQ.Y! ONLY Set-$9.95 Value-Good

Y .t. ear.-like 1832 you -purch&&edI !i .,, ,. .Cartridge r Fene. ,Hot.' Fudge Sundaes, ,,, 24c, .- AT $5.95 I
R. ''driver's license last
jew. I Refills -.J With Sheaffer -., Sale Price 2.99
1S82. that is rood for two Ii "
1964.. I Cartridge 'Pen THICK COOLING SATISFYING
years or until -
Rf; I L' SPECIAL $1,00 i TJ. S. Marine :
j However: Ifyou: were 'Milk Shakes u"-
OnlyM.8c COSlBAT OUTFIT
: t born1 in l Ii Sale PriceiOnly 77c
4 I an odd numbered year i ..... Machine Gun and Bipod
I x -1933 for' ttaffiple --r- I
. you may' eet your first ,two I Et-.AD9 RN i Set- .$6.95 Value I

I ,'' ; r year ,license this year; one I FU-! SOOD; AT $4.98
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p v 4 that:whir be. valid until your 2 : 8JrtSpr. y 4 Fr ; r'u Sale a rice1,66
a I < 1
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birthday month in 1965. I t With White Raift.Shampoo.

Drivers licenses can bepurchased' r' I:i By Toni. $1.85.Value bRUMS:-REGULAR 97c
I f"at&n.T/ of the I i I SPECML' AT 99c t ''''1. j'IN' r
NOTHING BJJ :
5' # TQ )z-JCOME Sale Price 77c
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state's 11-county -
t'r Sale ,Price-Only 77c
4
III i AND SIGN UP!
flees or agencies- and if imo-I < ," r. '.. : t

'torists are notsure of those 1 ( $I. O' Value Everbrlte DeluxeAUTOMATIC : Battery. Operated
I v .
locations, the nearat high i III I, S ID : TRAIN SET
way patrol station can give i I Stuart HaD Stationary POP.UP ; $2.98 Value
.S !I I
i SPE 4T.. .
t 73c r-
S _ _ directions. 1 :Sal Pn HJnly 39c25c f\ Sales Price 77c
"The birth month issuance i

k [a t of driver's license isifor the. TOASTER
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purpose of *voidin >standing II i -5 Hole Hytone GSIDEWAf. Auburn
STAN .
t4 PARD in fines once .,' e&rII'raider I! ;! ,FILLER PAPER i iI' ". ( SALE JCE-A-PART CARBuilds
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the old, plan, and it aff ftrds. I'' I i i; fPkg.-ONLY *f I (Adu s-l Years nd.g er 9nJy) ((3)) Cars
greater ,convenience to the Sale Price <* yfk f Sales Price 77c
: ,99c -
;
driver, the patrol said. :1
h a9.:;.4-J e'

FIRST. CHElSTliUBb j 'Tha'Sr.ason Is)Here--KOCH'S4-- DRUG FLASH LIGHT .BATTERY SALE III

ci 1 II ; 'Has The-Felling,Tackle You Wanfcr-&e KOCH'S FRESH-RAY-O-V C-REGULAR IOe

;5uM5eb; Ltk m. For The Bait That Big One Is Waiting For. SIZE Oft SIZE-'REGULAR 20c

I Church Worship i : 7&JIL;: ., EARLY BIRD SPECIAL+t PAAS EASTER

& .Chi .Rho 5:30 ,p. ,JIll ..Cbolr'practtet. KOCH'S DRUG STORE CHECKS AND SELLS EGG DYE REG. 39tKH OtiLY, 25c-REG. 29c
K. E. AN AGENT
DUN Starke, Fla. : 'f:31).m. CT?."7,, p.; I I I TV TUBES-20% DISCOUNT ON ALL TUBES KU'Ol't'LY1ge. You( WiflBe Needing This Soon)

m. Prayer Meeting, 7:19: p. j:

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA
THURSDAY MAR 1!. 1913C ;
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T 1ME A S / COOKING OIL \\,> 0 N"69c z s n, ti -, BLUE I
\ >" RIBBON
., QUALITY _
BLUE RIBBON BONELESS PORK ,
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R 9I IB. 1-\ EXTRA LARGE : ,, C-; I
2 OZ INDIVIDUAL CUBE j z.
10)k. QS SD \ 3&oz. i! \ __ r. I
STEAKSSTREAK
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BACON LB 29 \ WITH UMIT$-.t.:. LB

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+ OR MORE
PRICES GOOD THRU WEEK ENDQUANTITY ? FOOD ORDER
RIGHTS RESERVED BLUE RIBBON
"Slit AST LB.69c I
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CHOICE CHASE& SANBORN
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BLUE RIBBON QUALITY

!! / COFFEEBLUE STEAK LB.79c
W;a; i j RIBBON BONELESS CORNED BEEF CARB AG E

FARMER 9- tIAVCOUII'RVS'YLE! : [ \ '; CHUCK ROASTLBI69' KEY BRANDBONELESS FRESH GREENSAUSAGE

a8. 49 C i. \ LB #k i f ,1, ,
{ CAN BLUE RIBBON GROUND OR CHUNKS ROUNDS "e
P.S.G.SLI.LIVER CH. SALAMI OR .
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BOLOGNA 3 ao PKGS 69 \\..... 1 BEEF STEW LB. 69c SPECIAL LB' I.

HYGRADE SLI.BOILED OR "" ", FOOD FAIR LEAN MEATY LA. t
LOW PRICE
BAKED HAM &: 59c COFFEELB38c LMT-10.F SHORT RIBS LB. 39 .

CHEF ALFREDO'S LARGEPIZZA ":\ 0;"":."';.".;.;.'",""....,,. .,'-.,.,' WITH YOUR$5.00 CHOICE. .. '". ,,
PIES EA 59c -'>: '. :: ORDER F.F. "
JUICY PINK MEAT piAiE STEW LB. 29 APPLE JUICE 4301 CANS 4900SlIRIMP [

79* KMffi ,
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oETERGENTs ill JUNE BOY

YELLOWTAIL SNAPPER "49* CHOICE ;' H KOSHER DILLS i -:,49c I.
PEis td jI : .
NEW ENGLAND STYLE STUFFED {f TIDE. : SEA CHEF .

CLAMS 4 FOR 39 I i ROSE DALE GREEN ALASKAN SALMON CAN uoz. 59c

FULLY DRESSEDWHITING ;? 1 LIMAROSEDALE 16 QL ....
HH.LSDALE KAWAHAN
CAN1 S
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e. 15'Lercten. ; Gl' xC. 3 W OZ CR. KERNSLICEDPINEAPPLE 2001 4IOO
: OR ROSEDALE. WHOLE CAMS ...t... .
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CORN CkNS
GT FABOlh .
SHARP AGED CHEESECHEDDAR -.," LIMIT-10P
--";.'.\.... f ex 48c YOUR CHOICE
69 .yne
TAMPiJ
t"...-_..-.-..._- .;.:-- WITH FOOD$5.00 ORDER eIL1 wgitg .
WISCONSIN SLICED CHEESEAMERICAN "-- ....:: --"."-""'-_-::- j

lB. 59* 1 -E. CLIP COUPONS BELOW 1 FOR EXTRA MERCHANTS green STAMPS OH THESE ITEMS
MAYFAIR CHEESE PILLSBURY .,
KRAFT'S SLICED CHEESEMELLOW SWISS :JS35* PLMN OR SELF RIS, + tt4 i RA KITCHEN STOOL METAL $188


EWedgeElu39c .' 1 FLOUR 4 1: -. E ff*RA DECORATIVE PLAQUES *EAKRAFT'S $197

SHARP.WEDGE 45' >*
5 50 BEVERAGE DECANTER i' iI.ON9"C i' 'e
KRAFT'S WEDGEEXTRA '; L ; '' 8111U EXTRA
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'. MORTON SHARP 4ge '\..\ LB BAG F r/(, 1 GMwsAMP., $ EXTRA 100 CUTLERY TRAY PERfORATED 8ac
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FROZEN, 6 CHICKEN BEEF \ \
\ \ w''"' 50
/ORTURKEY F : GOLDEN ROse lJStlt1 OF "i- Me.da..ts DEATIC DISH PAN U QT sua
V-.. YOUR CHOICE EXTRA
FLOUR 5129c '
WITN X5.00
I d' FOOOORDER \\ 50 OVAL
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PIES PKGS : fil EXTRA LAUNDRY BASKET S1APEO 57


8- '\! \, FREE sa' SF "\ S. n .
FREE. \'
_h 100 Gnu MERCHANTS SbQp -i1'\1{ 50 Grtin MERCHANTS Stamps '" 50 0.MlltHAHrs: I

N tS5J1 tho Purdttss 6f : a a a, ,Wbfa the IUdmra II ,IKA> 1M Rjrthne of Ii With the Purchase of : 8 o o, With to Purchase of -:R4f or/dlpiR/. ,
'. IJ 1KITCHEN ( I g a, fe&'bw1IIr ,'II \ PaIr of Deosrah'v One GallonDECANTER IIC i Oval? II 14 Gmt
STOOl o CUTLERY tRAY WALL PLAQUES III I LAUNDRY' BASKET J DISH PAN liJ .
At Our Regular low Prices At Our Regular low t Pifco At Our Regular tow Price Al Our Regular tow Prices At Our Cegutar low Price M Our hguf.t.ow Ma:
EXPIRES 2Q-63 EXPIRES: 3-2D.63 \ EXPIA53-2D-63{ EXPIRES 3-20-63 f.'. '- EXPIRES 3-2(1-63: >'. Qf IR[!22031'
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\ FRESH CRISP


I PIE 39.' $3388 :.i: PRODUCE. J PASCAL CELERY1O

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:; :, STRA-TTota r, ..c.. ,f/, .>..... ;: .. .. JUICY NEW CROP .
, ; Cloverleaf I I f Rolls 256 7 >E
.. 'N. SLICED SEEDEO EYE OR WHEAT a_ __ JUDE/ OF HEAn ,l 9' t ; STRAWBERRIES I
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