Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 11, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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-' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 3,000 Every Copies Week

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,* Official County Publication Established In 1879


cg Six Sentenced In Duval '- "s'p' FROM FEDERAL GOV'T.

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; : tf Addison, Pavlas Due Starke Gets

,A To Jail Terms ''.-,' $6,000To
February 26 TrialA

"': In State Prison Plan

trial date of February 26 Improvements
fugitives in massive
a eight-
Last Obstacle To 301 RemovedThe has been set in Duval County day manhunt touched off the
I Six persons were sentencedto Circuit Court for DeWitt Addison -
of October 26 when
jail terms in the State Pris-I 33, of Lake Butler, and 4 According to a telegram
last structure on at Raiford Monday, by Circuit -Rudolph John Pavlas, 46, of Gasque was shot through the \William H. Gillett Is Named from Congressman D. R.
remaining on right-of-way of U. S. heart and lungs when he came dated
Court George L. Patten. Hialeah, admitted slayers of t' '- .(Billy)
301 South two '
fcur-laning project was removed Monday when the upon men hiding in the 'p' *
Starke Negress Lillie Mae Trooper Edwin J. Gasque of Wednesday January 10,
wooden portion of the building formerly housing Doctors Hospital woods between Baldwin and the city of Starke has been
was sentenced to 6 the Florida Highway Patrol. Maxville. Of
on W. Call Street went to Its new location on Alton Road. months to 3 years for aggravated Both are charged with first degree At the time of the slaying, Manager Brooker Gas PlantThe advanced $6,000 by the
The structure was purchased by W. IL oilman federal government for
and win be assault for cutting another murder.At I
Gasque member of
was a a
converted to residential rectal property. Negro, Jefro Watkins, 27,, preliminary planning of
their arraignment in Jacksonville posse searching for Addison Houston Corporation of (,
Officials of W &: M Construction, Williston, said yesterday of Starke. She had been charged last week actual en- and Pavlas who earlier in the St. Petersburg has announced sewer, water, and electrical
that a work order has been received on the with assault with intent to of their delayed the I improvements.The .
project and the try pleas was day, had disarmed a Duval promotion of Will H. Gil-
work of clearing and grubbing along the right of way will be- committ murder but was sen- pending further action on a County patrolman at gunpoint lett to the position of general I city's engineers for the
gin next week, weather permitting., tenced cn the lesser charge. paper filed by Addison's attorney -when he became suspicious of manager of the Florida Hydro- project; B. M Tanner and

Frank Bennett, Starke Negro : Zach H. Douglas. The in- i their actions and attempted to Ralph Powers carbons Company whose extraction Associates of Melbourne are
By County BoardBuilding was sentenced to an indeterminate strument is known as "a suggestion cheek them and their car. The plant will soon be under now in the process of planning

period of 6 months. of insanity" and indicated trunk of the car was loaded. construction in southwest I the improvements which
I to 2 years on a breaking and I that Addison's defense with burglary tools used by Powers To Talk Bradford County. include sewer and water lines

Permits Eyed As %Way entering charge. He and Eddie will rely on a claim that he the men, who were professionalthieves. Mr. Gillett assumed his new I under the new U. S. 301

Risby are charged with B & E was insane at the time Gasque duties on January 1 and has south expansion of overload-
at the residence of Estrella was shot to death with a high- The patrolman was handcuffed Here On Vital already inspected the plant cd trunk lines on Orange,

To Halt Phoney Contractors Grant on the Old Lawtey Roadon powered 30-30 rifle in the woods to a tree, but managedto fite: near Brooker. He will be Water, and Church Streets

; October 17, 1961. Risby has near Baldwin last Oct. 26. free himself and turned in responsible for the construction and a new sewage treatment
never been taken into custody. The "suggestion" also set out the alarm that touched off a RAOI! M f.l1r staffing. and supervision plant. Preliminary plans on

A county zoning and build- The board awarded Sinclair Another aggravated assault that Addison is now insane and manhunt ranging from Baldwinto 'I IlUUu IflUllvlv of the- new -plant- whose- principal the 301 project are completeand
ing code. together with licensing Refining Co., apparent low charge brought Starke Negro thus incapable of preparing a Gainesville. product, initially, will be the engineers estimate the

of building contractors ex bidder a contract to supply Calvin Whitfield an 18 month rational defense. Addison and Pavlas stole a Ralph Powers Lake City LP gas. It will contain the largest cost will be about $57,000. Bidson

terminators septic tank repairmen the county's fuel oil and kero- term. He is accused of attacking To clear away legal formalities truck from the home of Ira businessman and District Two LP storage tank in the that portion of the project

: and similar trades tene needs for the current Starke Negress Barbara Judge Albert W. GraessleJr. Wilson southeast of Starke and member of the State Road U. S., and the fourth largestin will be opened on Friday

Gperating in the county again year. Sinclair agreed to supplythe Jean Martin, 21, with a 10 inch fixed January 12 as the made their way to Tampa be- Department will discuss road the world. January 26. according to City

cccupied the attention of the items at prevailing tank butcher knife on August 4. deadline for Douglas to file a being captured in Dawson, Ga. matters of vital importance Mr. Gillett's background includes Council Chairman J. D. Doyle.
County Commission at its first wagon prices, less 5.58 cents a Alfonso Lesesne was senten- bill of particulars informing fore doubling back and finally I I to this area at the annual service as engineer-in-I The Community Facilities
=meeting of 1962 held here gallon for fuel oil, and less ced to pay a $500 fine or to the State Attorney of the type I after they had robbed a drug:I, banquet of the Starke-Brad- charge for Coastal Transmis- I Gillett Administration, the federal

Tuesday. 4.83 cents a gallon for kero- serve 18 months in jail for insanity Addison claims he had I store in Albany. ford County Chamber of sion Corporation a pipeline agency which handles improvement -

Commissioner Jerome Johns sene. transportation of moonshine when Gasque was killed, and I Addison and Pavlas are also Commerce tonight [Thursday subsidiary of The Houston Southwest.A loans to municipalities -

pointed up the need for legislation Clerk Charles Darby was in- whiskey. If he chooses to pay the witnesses by which he will charged with robbing the pa- in the Methodist Church Corporation, located in Houston graduate of Texas Tech- estimates the cost of the

g authorizing the countyto tructed to write to Southern the fine he will be placed on attempt to prove it. trolman, J. L. Parmenter, and Fellowship Hall at 7 o'clock. Texas. His background includes nological College Mr. Gillett entire project to be 625000.

require building permits for Railroad requ sting that the three years probation.In The judge also set Monday, assaulting him with intent to: All chamber members and service as senior chemIcal received a Bachelor of Science City officials, with a much

construction outside of muni- company clear weeds and un- another breaking and entering Jan. 15, to arrange for the appointment murder. These charges will be ether interested citizens are engineer with a major oil degree in chemical engineering. more conservative guess gavea

cipalities. He received strong dergrowth from crossings on case two Bradford Coun- of two psychiatriststo disposed of in Criminal Court.! urged to attend this event to company, where his primary $350,000 figure.

support from Tax Assessor county graded roads. ty juveniles, Darrell Elzey, 15, examine"Addison and report Both men have long criminal hear Mr. Powers' important responsibility was for gasoline Mr. Gillett, his wife. Rose- Cost of preliminary plans

Gene Long who said such a Bonds of various county officials and Clyde McRae, 16, were whether he is insane or not. If records and II discussion.A : plant process, pipeline gathering mary, and their two daushters, for the. entire.project are covered -
Addison fugitive
Equiremen would be of great were checked, and that each sentenced to 6 months to I the report indicates that Ad- from a prison a in- native of Indiana, Mr. system design, and aged 9 and 13, have made no by the $6.000 advance.

help to him in getting new of' County Judge T. A. Yawn three years for entering the dison is insane, and the judgeso South Florida at the camp time of' Powers has lived in Lake City economic evaluation of related definite plans as to the date The city-however, is exempt
construction on the tax rolls. was raised from $1,000 to home of E. W. Lester of Brooker rules, Addison would be the manhunt here. since 1925 where he has been projects. they will take up their new from repaying: the planning

It was suggested that Long's $3,000. Mrs. Virginia Darby, on November_ 14._ -- Robert--- --- -Mc--- committed_____nnn_ to__ a__ state_ _un _mental_______ prominent in business and I _Jmmed1LtPlv_________.. .nrior-____ to__ .ioininl___n! residence in Florida. -loan---- imlpsi----- it-- actuallY---------- -Roes--
office be the agency for issuing deputy clerk was placed under Rae, convicted of receiving stolen institution. If not. the trial I civic affairs. He entered the Coastal he was chief engi through with the proposed

.; such permits at a nominal !I $1,000 bond. I property in the same case would proceed and the jury Defense Handbooks' oil marketing business in 1935 neer for an organization operating .Burned House improvwuents, but any portion

fee. At the request of attorney has already been sentencedand would decide whether Addisonwas On Fallout the automobile business in gasoline plants, LPG of the. plansactually; carried

County Attorney T. Frank H.: V. knight the board adoptEd is now serving a 6 monthto insane at the time of the 1937 and the farm tractor distribution facilities, and Was LandmarkIn
Landrum was given the job of a resolution reconveying 5 year term. killing, as he claims. Available At P. 0. and machinery business in compressor stations in the have to repay an equal pOr-

examining general statues to rroperty to C. D. [Jack] Ed- Douglas a former prosecutorin 1938. At present he is still Bradford tion of the planning loan.

see if the Commission had authority wards to straighten out a CC Prize Money Alachua County, told the A new handbook on fallout engaged in all three, as well 61 Deer, It.will be,at least six months

to require bild1ng.permits rgt: f-wa1..tange) on I U. ,S. court that-ie was retained- by protection prepared by the DeparlSeSt' :- as.. Jaeing a member .of .the The unoccupied home of the before the city can hope to

without special legisla 301 at Edwards Grocery- .Waiting Forv Takers Addison's' mother to def nd at the; 'bf Starke'Dernavallale Post' Office- Road'Board-and. the Jacksonville Turkeys late "B. S. Edwards on Edwards get a loan from the federal

tion. If not it was suggested Dr. Edmund 'H. 'Shafer of him. He added, however, that and office of the Civil Defense Expressway Authority.Mr. Killed In Blanding Loop near Crosby government complete the
'that an enabling act be prepared Hampton appeared before the The Chamber of Commercehas Addison personally is "pennI- Director. Powers: is a past president Lake, burned to the ground in improvements and' for that

for passage at the next board to inquire what steps prize money waiting for. less" and the court adjudgedthe of the Lake City Kiwanis Sixty-one deer and 80 wild the early morning hours of reason the city council U
session of the legislature. should be taken toward his four winners whose checks defendant insolvent so that The .46 page booklet, entitled Club and the Lake City turkeys were reported killed in Thursday, Dec. 28. borrowing public funds to

Landrum said: he thought proposed establishment of a could not ''be mailed for lack of costs of procuring his witnesses : "Fallout Protection, What to CountrY-- Club.: also- a-- -past District the Camp Blanding wildlife The4 I complete the pressing 301 por-
something might be done toward convalescent' home at Hamp- ,addresses. They are: John H. will be borne by the state. Know and Do About Nuclear Chairman of the North management area in the period fire was first discovered tion of the project. Actual

% regulating "fly-by-night" inn. He was referred to Dr. Dees Jamei, Norman Hugh Pavlas was also adjudged in- Attack" explains in nontechnical Florida Council Boy Scouts from Nov. 18, 1961 throughJan. about 3:30 a. m. when it a- construction of four-laning U.
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contractors and other undesir- A. Y. Covington of the Health Stephens, and John Wayne.If solvent and Lacy Mahon Jr., language and with the aid cf America a member of the 1, 1962. The Lake But- wakened persons in a nearby 8, 301 south is supposed to
ables under provisions of the Department.The these persons will call at former Duval County solicitor,, (ill drawings the basics of nuclear Lake City Chamber of Commerce ler management area reportedkills house. By the time the fire begin January 15. The public

"old fortune telling statute" board agreed to pay expense the Chamber office they may was appointed to defend him. weapons effects, of fallout Elks Club, Sportsman'sClub of 109 deer and 27 tur. department could be notified, loan will be repaid as soon as
I Section 20541 of Florida General involved in mounting pick up their checks. No motions on behalf of Pavlas and of the types and man- and First Methodist keys during the same period. it was too far advanced to the federal funds are received.

Statutes) He said: he portraits of past courthouse AU other prize money was were filed immediately. ner of constructing and livingin I Church. He is a member of Open season for deer and tur- save the house, or its contents.

;.vould make a further study of] I Continued on Page 61 mailed out prior to Christmas. Addison and Pavlas were the I community or family fallout the Board of Directors of the key closed Jan. 7, and the dove The large frame house Cattlemen To Meet
the law and report at the next shelters. Florida Automobile Dealers season ended statewide on Jan. contained 10 rooms and wasa

meeting.In For Season's 1st WinTornadoes No charge is made for copiesof Association, and is now presi- 8. The statewide general hunt- landmark in the area for January 2427In

recent months the Commission the booklet which will be dent of the Lake City Auto- .ing season on all other game:I many years. It was built about -
has been concerned distributed one to a family. mobile Dealers Association. I does not close until Feb. 11. 1880 by J. P. Young and TampaThe
Park 4331Basketball
over reports of increasing Top Orange contained six fireplaces and
t-l S numbers of property owners End Of Year. Rush two flues. The sills on whichit annual convention of
Four Receive rested 12 12's and the American National Cattieman's -
who have been fleeced of funds was on the were x
upI I 1- Association will be
by irresponsible repairmen I' swing at. Bradford High this I Bradford Land Sales Total of heart lumber. held In Tampa. Jan. 24-27.
pest exterminators septic tank week as Coach Erwin Land's j Minor Injuries City Clerk Merrill Edwards,
cleaners and others. They are Tornadoes got into the winning I 1 sen: of the former owner, said Pat A. Miller president o!

seeking some means to weed column for the first time InRoadMishap that among the items lost the Bradford County Cattle

out the undesirables who are this season by besting Orange $$102,450 From Dec. 13Jan. 5I were many interesting relicsof men's Association, states that
this is the second time in the
vow: free to operate in the Park Saturday 43-31. 'IL-I I Minor injuries were sus- the past, including an old
county without benefit of license tained by four persons involved coffee grinder, and a muzzle- history of the organizationthat
or other regulation.In The encouraged Tornadoes Bradford land sales totaled Jacobson. and Armer E. automobiletractoraccident loading musket. the national conventionhas
in an
other action the Commission almost made it two wins in a j. 1102.450 during the period White Inc., to Florida Hydrocarbons miles been held east of the MIssissippi
*Anrt 1"P"nAn'Hn P'hTuesday on S. R. 16 two The house was sold last fall
approved a request by = night as they- lost 48- I December 13 to January 5 Company, parcel of .est of Starke about 10:30: to J. M. Edwards Jr. and was River.Cattlemen.
Tax Collector J. R. Kelly that 3' with many persons rushing to land, $14,300.L. last Saturday night. partially insured. It was not from every statein
52 in the final 40 seconds of
$200 month, of the amount $ I take advantage of Homestead G. Powell to Benjamin driving the union will attend the
a demons,
Roy Randolph occupied at the time of the
the luckless
Starke's _
due from his commission fees, cagers game.outscored the Pirates I c- ___________ Exemption benefits. Suslow Starke, parcel of his 1959 Ford sedan was fire, origin of which is un convention and plans have

be assigned to T. J. Aldermanof in every quarter but the thirdto I Prices of transactions are land $5,000.Rafgo following another automobileas known. There was no insur- been made for an outstanding
Hampton tor'a period of 37 I figured from documentarytax Corporation, Miami toward program. All cattlemen
that they improving the two cars headed ance on the contents, which
prove are -
nfbnths. The assigned funds and can play basket- S ______________________________________________ 'I stamps affixed to deeds Beach, to State of Florida, Starke with the tractorin were still the property of the I are invited to attend this
5.14 of
would to Alderman to repaya Jiled in the county clerk'soffice acres land $2,600. first
go tall, Coach Land said. front of both cars. The Edwards family. event.
loan of 6604.50 made to I hi-the'courthouse. Only Laura Belle Brown. a _automobile__nn_____ nassed_ n_ __ the_ tractor ______ _u _
Kelly at eight per cent inter- In their victory over Orange transactions of $1,000 or more widow, to Emory L. Brown, safely but according to Serge- v-: '. -.
.I Park Saturday, their first win are listed here. Starke. 160 acres of land. $6.- ant Carlos Musgrove of the : I '
est.A I in seven the Tornadoes -
state audit last November games Frank D. Ottiiger, Starke. 400.Owen Florida Highway Patrol, Cle- F .,
showed a shortage of $9,079 started off with a flourish to W. M. Dunagan, Starke, Vaughn, as guardian mons was talking to the boy .,h' ,..'. _
The Brad- weakened toward the half but ';, __ i J I 'of the estate of Jules Schiller ,. ,
in Kelly's account lesidence ha Saratoga Heights and girl who were his passen- .., '
the ame back strongly in the final ---r-f : to Ronnie .Wayne Mundorff, ;
ford collector is now in the slower
_ $12,800. gers and did not see -
restitution two periods to put the gameon S Starke. a residence $4,500.: ;T
of making almost
process Pauline and Samuel Green- vehicle until he was ; I
of this amount.] ice. David Ingram was high George T. Huggins, Starke upon It.The \
berg Samuel Samuel
lor Starke with 16 : -
points to Robert S. Johns, Starke, 1'
Ford crashed Into the
while teammates John Wil- : ______ __
; : B' Wins lesidence $6,800. rear of the tractor driven and ; _
ATTEND iams had. 9 and Herb Nelson k ( Squad Robert F. Domorest Starke, owned by William DeSue Negro I
8. Nelson came off the benchin 1 to William McLen- '
: Annual C of C Rayburn who lives off S. R. 16. 1' :
the second half to help the \ eJr f I Three GamesBradford's don two lots in R. N. Dowl According to Musgrove the 1' I

Banquet Tornadoes tremendously on I& I !ng addition to Starke. $2,100.E. car was a total loss with damages : I -ft1
the boards with his alert re'- I Baby Tornado W. Hayes to Maxie Carter estimated at $1,300 and -____
Thur. Jan. 11 bounding."It s -I Jr.. Starke parcel of land
cagers won all three of their the tractor,which was knocked : :
7:00 P.M. would have made a big ;ames last week for an enviable 1000. over by the impact sustainedan .
difference the rest of the season five wins against. only Edwin Williams Starke to estimated $350 damages.

:MethodistFellowship\ if we could have'won that one defeat. Mose Covington, Starke. par- Clemons, who lives in Hell-
Hall one" Coach Land said of the cel of land $1,000. I
Coach Lowrimore's five bronn Springs was charged
wugh defeat' to Fernandina's Halbert GoMwire to Gil-
lammed past tough Macclenny with failure to have his vehicle -
Featured Speaker Pirates. The' Tornadoes led bert N. Goldwire Starke.,
under control while De-
34-29 last Friday January 5. .
15-10: as the.first period ended residence in Saratoga Heights, lr -
Ralph Powers with Gene Pass and'Andy Sue the tractor driver was
and 27-24 at the half. But .
Strickland__ _______ sinking_ _10'_ mints $12,700.M. charged with failure to ex
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<:oor third quarter play when L. Lawson. Starke to .
Member BHS Dave Ingram sends a corner set shot on its each. In an unscheduled con- hibit a proper tail light. The
the Pirates 15 eager way Starke
scored pointsto Winfred It Tomlinson, ,
'I had white tan lighton .
State Road Board test Saturday night the Baby Negro a
the Tornadoes' 5. provedthe to the basket against :Jlacclenny last Friday night, January 5, residence 10000. a
t Tornadoes whizzed past back of the tractor, Mus-
difference as Fernandina In the-local gym. -The Tornadoes lost that one 31-60 but came S. E. Sparks, Starke to
Orange Park 29-14 with Bob- grove said but the law requires A Little Late
: This Space Contributed took a 39-32 lead. back Saturday to beat Orange Park 43-31 for their first victory by Moody scoring 10. Harold Robert E. Patterson Jr.. residence any vehicle traveling .

i Still fighting the Tornadoes of the season. Bishop and Strickland! getting 8000. he highways at night have a
Weekly to Publicize outscored the Pirates againin Star Homes, Inc., to Emanuel f
6 eachfortheIocais., rear red light.Passengers .
The first baby of 1963 was a little late putting In ite
Community Events by the fourth period. 16-13. Fernandina contest The Tornado next Tuesday at 6:30. The Pope residence $3.250.S. in Clemons' car ar. .
ind tied the 'contest up with A and B squads have ; Palatka game was originally: Tuesday night the Torna- .,E. Sparks to C. C. Davis, were William Rhoden of Heflcronn rival at Bradford County HospitaL The auspicious event did I:
The Community .1:04 left but couldnt muster .three gameS in the local gym to be .played away'but the coes journeyed into Pirate residence 8000. Springs and Faye Alvarez not occur until 7:19 pjn Thursday Ju. 4, when Terry Suz-
: to win. with Callahan set '" territory in Femandina Beach ette Paolk was born to Wade tad Lois Pal of Route
enough power next week games VerereSseti here at that B. T. Thomas Lumber of Lake Butler. All four 1, (Griffls "
StateBnk I "We're improving"was all Jor Friday January 12, at 7 school's" "request. Season tickets and. promptly- bested them Company Starke; 'to Container victims of ,the wreck were Loop), Starke. The baby m the first thUd born to the f

t that Land-would-say when p. m.. Palatka at 6:45: Saturday will be 'h nored Saturday 43-32. Harold Bishop was high Corporation of America treated at the Bradford couple, and was presented with a |23.savfefs, bond as a PIt.

f' b .p. .- .i 1 asked what he thought of the Jan.-13, and. 'P. K. Yonge.' Coach Land said. forStarke with 17 points. parcel of land. 4000. ,_ County Hospital and released. from the Bradford County Hospitald Atn'f1 '1.




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I Hidden, Assets Stop No Tourists JJ,<. : ;, >. .: Our Soil 0 Our Strength
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Has Big Role.In,Area EconomyNow :: -

4 "Your community's hidden tourist them know there is a public boat-laun- .0 *t. Soil Conservation

assets may be much more valuable than ching ramp on Santa Fe Lake, just .'. .;;,.- "!" .

those on ,the surface the warning waiting for their use, with no launchingfee serving the DuPont I ly from Starke to Alachua. ,'" ;> N-E-W-S
c mp i1y's ilemenite mines 'J11e developers planned to buy By Bill Haw
sounded in a booklet entitled "Your ? .. "
Community Can Profit From The Tour- How.many of the golf ing enthusiasts i in the .area and with the I up the swamp ,land around _

ist Business," published by the U. S. that,pass through 1 here daily know that! possibility that it might be I the lakes west of Starke and -4 I /9' The other day J. B. Whitehead -
t rallf" upon to hsul carloads i; a'i
fine -iii: _
Department of Commerce. Bradford County has two golf our t, F L 1J ,
of LP from the Houston I 1racts of timberland along .4 im-
; stand
discussing timber
Unfortunately, that is the situation ses-one at Starke, and one near Key- soon-to-be t ': :
Corporation's built I thp proposed 1i 1e. I orovement methods. There
in Starke and Bradford County. The stone Heights? How will they ever
extraction nlant n"ar Brook-I The swamo was drained are several methods of con-
thousands of tourists who pass through know, unless we tell tEem? er, the firtur of "Peeev". a* I mri the road built thrnueh't t trolling undesirable woody

here daily on U. S. 301 and State 100 With our bountiful natural ,resources a hrarvh nf the Seaboard Where it crossed the G. S. growth in woodland areas

and 16 see nothing of attractions which; of woods and water; a wildlife management Air I-ine railroad seems as-I' *: F. line Saranson City was such as mechanical girdlingor

in some intsances, are only a stone's area at Camp Blanding; a 11M'd. ',ilt out. Ward City [now chemical control

throw from the. highway-but for all state park; a public boat-launching Rut It 1VAcI: "n. 1t1WAV thiu.and. ..I UY'ook"'fl' came j into bping.LaProsse. ... .: The Florida Board of For-

intents and purposes might as well Be ramp already lii operation and 'more 1i'n,. ma11V vp""c:: 'Poaov" IPC\\: +hon and Alaohna. ')": ., .,.',ewr :. --- estry has approved the use of

non-existent. to come; 'unsurpassed fresh water fishing It 1"S,fl fan" ,.hkp"o" arop"l! The n"w railroni and tim- _" : .; ..;,_ .. .- -- +- ', ; Fire Control crews during the

at w t iw. rtnrtngr this r hna wo lqtpr gl'OUlrPdi 7 .li : .. : ::spring and summer seasons
Tourists do not }lave a "seventh on almost innumerable lakes; a ripnI'Pln" VP.Q"HIe ecmnnv'tha1lv i the Atlart I,1JI11h Co.. :r: :' "":_:: 2 1 for contracting timber stand
sense" make them of hidden choice of fishing camps, aH excellent ,.. ..
to aware Mi rhfto !batlT1.hp. : i ';11l'1t soon) extended the lineBell >'-; L_ ','i---':! -- improvement work with wood-
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attractions we have to offer to those camping sites for those who like to IpC7 ,",varv lin, that runs! I tn >> whprp nhnnliatem4naa tiain would falter and come '-PEGGY as it looked in its heyday (about 1905)), is shownin land owners This work will

who will pause long enough to seek rough it, or modern motels for those frnnj' ??'o.*9to Bell in Gileltiit I were .1u4 fopine started. to a dead halt until sand this old photograph taken near the SAL depot in Starke. be started in selected counties

them out. They know only what theysee who prefer a touch of luxury-we are ('!t\I1"tV. For vars the line did a could be thrown on the tracksto The old "cabbage head" engine was powered by wood and its 'is a pilot test of the program.

and hear about. It is up to us to obviously missing the boat when we In th" AQvbfnrp; vrvfamily .r nQvinl hmlnpss; hairtin saw reduce the "slipperiness." headlight burned kerosene. Charlie Moitt is the engineer Bradford County is set up as

bring this awareness' to them. fail to tell our story to the thousandsof )!-* "n automobile 1t1trc;. DhosDhfltP. naval stnrps. one of the pilot counties.
Once it is said Peggy was leaning out of cab and Henry Mitchell is the brakeman stand
The Farm Forester will
be and pleasure-seekers who through or two-Pp rev carried, Milt- rrnss-tie! cnttnn. Ant{ other
There signs along 301 pass late to Starke because"Pete"
may getting
ing on cow-catcher. The old wood-burning engines were useduntil ;'responsible for locating suit-
pTiepr *s wall as freight. t"ml orodnrts to .Jarksonvi11ehrOUtr'tt
100 calllng.attention to the nearness of here daily. Peterson, the engineer World War I days when they abandoned for able providing! the
were jobs
Now it no lonspr rarrlps; a + Starke. Som:' time ('oa-j : pre-
Park At the beginning of Chamberof had been arrested in La-
beautiful Gold Head Branch State a new
burners. The switch the methodand
to to
t oil.burning diesels about the scription as
tja Cf'J1apr rnr. hut th! thousands !- r. however the Jackson- came I Ii
-but the moment do not recall Commerce it would seem that Crosse for shooting a rabbit
at we year of carloads of ilmenite yule & Southwestern [now i time of World War II. !I i ; extent of the area determining -
here is tailor made for 1962- with his revolver.Mr. I
having seen them. a project that it milk over the sours Atlantic' Coast JVas i. the rate to be charged.

If their eyesight is good, passing simply find some way to tell the tour from two rtuPont plants; each r-nili; throueh! the same terrlorv White. the conductor the name of Peggy, and "He's 1 I rail from Starke to Bell will getting the agreement signed

tourists might catch a fleeting glimpseof ist what he is missing when he passes Tear make it a profitable' and erabVd much of the was an enthusiastic sports- too slow to catch Peggy" soon always be known locally as by the landowner, and initial

Hampton Lake as they whiz by on through Bradford County without stop- and important source of revenue business; ; the phnsnhate:: mines man and always carried his became the common way to "Peggy tracks.. For the past training of crews-

U. S. 301but'what about the many ping to enjoy the many attractions we for the Seaboard. If retard out: Sampson City two pointer dogs on the daily describe some particularly lazy several years the line bas had The County Ranger will be

others in the area that have so muchto have to offer. How best to do the job the comnanv gets the contractfor remained! a village and eventually run. When he felt the urge to man in the area. I'I no published schedule and i lesponsibie for supervising
building a to the the owning hunt he would stop the train Some years later. when i I makes the trip to "the bottom : the work of his crews and
; spur company
offer for swimmers, fishermen, and. would have to be determined by a committee new hydrocarbons plant at the pioneer line cheerfullysold and go off looking for birds George Thompsett became the ," just beyond Bell, only providing the tools and

boating enthusiasts? appointed for that purpose. Butit Brook r. "Peggy" will move it to the S board. i while the other trainmen superintendent of the road, he once or twice aveek, as chemicals to do the job.

Many\ 'southbound cars pass through is a job that should de done. Let'sbring up another rung on the lad In those early days it is picked blackberries, and the improved track procured a needed.: Its main service now i Mrs. Mildred Sapp. office

here towing boats-but how many of our "hidden assets" into the open. der of prestige. said that the trains were passengers dozed in their lighter engine and built a is bringing into the main line : manager for the Agricultural

_When first constructed never on time-and nobody seats. railroad shop abQut where. the 12 to 15 cars of ore pro- :! Stabilization and Conserva-

"Peggy" ran all the way from seemed to care. On one occasion Once the story goes Mr. the spur crosses U. S. 301. The duced daily by the Trail i ion Program says that the

I Fallout Booklet Now AvailableThe Starke to the Suwannee River a long stretch-of track, White was complimented on line- became. less, of a joke. I Ridge and Highland ilmenite I i ACP.. L.program i has UL a _practice_ _
to a terminal point called built on murk in the lake getting the train to Starke on ana more 01 a Dusmess enter- mines. If Seaboard gets the | mat memoes: umoer siauu

government's new 48-page bOQkers without confusing readers with a "Wannee." The far end of I swamp, burned up. and it took scheduled time. "On time prise. I contract to build the Brooker I! improvement.Bill .

let, "Fallout Protection," is now avail lot of scientific and technical language, the line was abandoned many several days to rebuild. An- your granny," was his scornful Although Peggy, in recent -.pur. however, Peggy will bei i Dukes used the Dis-

able, among other places, at the Starke or burying them with details. years ago however, for wantof other time, during high I I reply. 'This is yesterday's years, has lost its identity "cocking with gas" and en- trict's equipment to fertilize.

post office and Civil Defense office, and The booklet is not the last lesson the proper amount of water a large alligator stuckin train." as such and is known officially I joying the greatest volume of i iI and plant bitter lupine and

the Clay County Civil Defense office on fallout that the American publicin "convenience and necessity"to a culvert and caused the Lester Pinholster a Ward in the company as I business m its 70 years of ser- j crimson clover in his pecan

Keystone Heights. will get, but the first. It is the ABC justify its operation.The overflow from Rowell Lake to City wit first gave the train "the Starke switcher." the I vice. i grove for a cover crop.
history of "Peggy" wash part of the track I II I II Leaton Morgua: Jr. and L. J.
Regardless of opinion as to its mer- primer on a subject on which the pub- away. sented by outstanding Duroc I used the District's roto-
starts around 1892 when the
it-and there has been criticism lie has had little if sound, practical, An enormous enginethe faithful cooperation of the
some any G. S. & F. railroad was under "Grover Cleveland.used on reeders. Over 200 top quality Chamber Secretary Bob Mc- CONGREGATIONAL \ mower tf mow the overgrow -
of course-it is one publication\ that previous knowledge.every construction through Brad- hogs of all classes will be on HOLINESS CHURCH Lh in their fields. By
the line too ,
was heavy for I Intire and he has proven to
American should read, and then In reading the booklet, it is import- ford County from east to the light rails and soft roadbed exhibit. There will be judging be our friend. mowing, the material rots

decide whether or not be will take its ant to remember that this is a fallout west crossing the Seaboard's and wrecks were all too dressed carcas demonstrations North 301 2 1-2 miles out faster.

advice. shelter program the government is describing main line at Hampton and frequent. In part of Alachua and sale. Anyone Interested HIGHLAND of town on left of the road. j I Lex Green used the District

t blast i passing near the west side of in going contact me. Young People's Meeting, to fertilize for hw:
Uncle Sam is distributing 25 million and recommending a County where the track BAPTIST CHURCH spreader
I IUemen's
National Cat Friday 7:30: m. Sunday
copies free to the American public in an shelter program. Some critics have suggested Sampson Lake. crossed rich soil the grass and 5. American Convention will be in Sunday School, 9:43: :: a. m. School, 10 a. m. Sunday Night :, winter pastures.
Col. C. L. Peek, an early weeds rank. On 7:30 m. Prayer 'Meeting each i
should grew p.
initial printing, with a second edition that the government provide windy this January 24-27. Worship 7 p. m. Everyone I
entire Starke realtor, induced Dr. J. aays the vegetation would Wednesday:: 7::30 p. m.
promised if demand is sufficient. blast protection for the population L. Gaskins to persuade This will be a first for Flori- cordially invited to attend- SUNDAY SERVICESCarl
some tend the
over rails and be
Those who criticize the booklet say not just fallout protection. Butit northern capitalists for crushed by the engine wheels aa. We are looking forward BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Carl Edmondson pastor. Clarke, Minister

tells nothing new; and fails to picture blast protection would be prohibitive in whom he was an agent to until they became too slip- to having several of our cattlemen i Bev. B. T. Williams, Pastor I | 10:00 a. m. Bible School:,

realistically the tragedy, horror, terms of ost and construction. build a railroad southwester- pery to grip_ the ? rails. The attend.It Sunday School 10 a. m. HEILBRONN 1 11:00: a. m. Worship and Com

and destruction of nuclear war. They Despite,the criticism, no one should .- _. always gives you a boost Morning Worship 11 a. m.: BAPTIST CHUECH : m unicn.i .

call the publication superficial l, misleading be deterred from obtaining a copy of to attend meetings where. ; vening worship '1 p. m. Prayer I Sunday School, 10 a. m. i

and inadeq at The Washington the fallout booklet and giving it a thorough other representative areas are represented.With such as I meeting Wednesday 7 p. m. i Morning Worship 11 a. m. EVERGRbKNi -

Post went so far.as to say it would study. Imperfect as it may be, at will be there the boost shouldbe 1 I! Training Union 6:30: p. m. ;i BAPTIST CHURCH

have been better if the Defense Department the moment there is no other more mightly good. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. Sunday School 10 a. m.

had not put it out at all. authoritative source of information on Starke and Bradford CHURCH I Prayer Meeting Wednesdays Preaching 11 a. m. Training

On the other hand, defenders say this life-and-death subject. After it has 6. Chamber of Commercehas Sunday School, 10 a. m.il; 7:30: p. m- Rev. Joe Roop i i Union 6:30 p. m. Preaching,
County Morning Worship, 11 a. m. pastor. Ray Norman, pianist. j 17:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting
the pamphlet\ Is candid, factual), blunt, been carefully read and pondered, the appointed an agricultural Evangelistic services 7:30: p. Glen Norman, Sunday School 'I Wednesday 7:30 p. In.

and info nati$. They maintain it gives individual American can decide whetherthe Committee to work with them m. superintendent W. H. Green,1! Wednesday Bibic study

public the elemental l I facts on sbe1tto take its advice or not. this year. -Come let us reason to-i 1 1gether. Training Union director. D. R. .7:30: p. m. Jos. E. Norman

In making the appointmentsthey ." : Redding, chorister. pastor.Jillg1bl1t1UlP.

"_'_J.'.'.'. bAI.JW'uv_.._..._._-:_.__--..,...... has resulted in a lot more By O. T. Hog gin* have asked that we give .
set out who them suggestions for an active
patches by men _
I _
Former's DiaryBy work off." In the old County Agent agricultural program. They .

method, a man couldn't plant acknowledge that the Chamber !

:. By Sam McGarveyed berries with any degree of Action In Agriculture We don't think of a slogan j I of Commerce is to serve

confidence for he had to keep 1. The Bradford County like "It Can't Be dons" any- the interests .and needs of all
ed their heads off. had doubt that the the :
'S up with them or the weeds Labor Co-op Committee will more. We would county. .,:
\iould take over. Now, with I be meeting this month to revise -: crew worm program This committee is wade'
Got the doggone thing back plastic a, number of part- plans for the Labor Co dd what it has done. And it Gaskins J. R. Wainwright,
together again finally only to time farmers have plantings. l wouldn't either, if all our Earl Green Curtis Marlowe. '
find that the electric motor S. op.With had not helped. Morgan
Leaton -
indications of increastd farmers Paul Hutchins L
in the meantime had become i One of the treats we had agricultural production.I The same attitude will be Titus Olson Z. W. Hamilton jjOUTDOORS:

shorted, so Finnegan is still this season was a quart of ;iabor for harvesting must be !, with the hog cholera pro- Poster Shi Smith and I .

out of order. and the old fine big oerries, a gift of Ned assured. To our knowledge gram. All hogowners will cooperate will be right with them. r -.. for extra nighttime living pleasure
pitcher pump is back in use. I the will -._
Coleman. with home- and program
Along needs is a -
I S there was no loss of produce One of our great 3
made candy, cookies jellies last year because of labor being go over-the-top- strong working relatipn with -:
Winter was slow in getting I I Letting a faucet drip seems etc., we had a real old-fash unavailable. Several thousand 4. Southeastern Duroc Swine all communities. This year. 4 :: : fr. ..- ______ _
to be the best protection against held in Florida -- '
here, but when it did it made ;oned Christmas. dollars worth of straw Congress will be 1962 can: be the year to really :
iip for lost time with three a pump freezing. according S. berries were lost in the field, for the first time January kick off the best agricultural i :- r*.. 4., .. -
freezes and killing frosts to the farmers we'vetalked Santa Claus brought us a during the 1960 harvest sea I 15, 16, and 17. at Live Oak. program we have had. -
to. It costs little in fine pair of binoculars and Sixteen states will be repre- the
within a week. Lowest temperature son-no labor to pick 'em. Of course we always t A '
electricity to do that and the
now we can examine the birds
With favorable field weather .
we had at our place is to be thatIt j. ,
only thing sure is- -
around lot better.
our a
vas 18, and on that morningthe enough to prevent and increased acreage under 'c3L ,. I'
fields were, covered with freezing.runs This week we saw bluebirds. plastic for the present crop For The Best Deal Anywhere _: ;
edbirds and whole flocks of of strawberries we look for a : -
frost and it looked like a lightnow S. I :
myrtle warblers, and we heavy harvest season. SeeROBERTS' _
had fallen. 1 ---4
Drove the tractor while -
S'S know more are coming as the 2. Another Committe will be r $ '
Lynn Hamilton seeded 10 ; .
cold drives them, outhward. meeting this month to select ,
Lots of water pumps were acres of pasture with 50 lbs. S u CHEVROLETAND A"4 -,--
the type and design for our
frozen and cracked in that cf 8-1 clover last week. Lynn ; -- V_ _
Our dog Faddle is a "bone strawberry shipping crate. We .,;
freeze. including: our veteranof mixed the seed and mnocu- V V -V .,
hound. The rascal goes al % I .4 V VV
will use the 12 pint loose pack -V :
many a frigid night. Fin- lant with buttermilk of all OLDSMOBILE V .
over the place. digging around flat as we have during the 4 VV4VV
negan. Sam took precautionsby things. He said Bryant Red- I V -
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night before but evidentlydid
worked -* '-
fine. puts them on the front door- EO that the berries will show .7
not cet enough water out. I' step. So when you visit don't their best and help advertise Ph. 3033 Green Cove Springs, Fla.l f 4, ( ,;.. ,.; .' "
for it froze and cracked. Low killed '>, :/ 6. 1.
temperatures a '
think we've ,. ':v '
S got a Bradford County. .f< ;:o.e: h :
lot of tender flowers and ,'/' ". / .i',7"
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cemetery here-it's just Fad-
3. Initial plans should be ,. ..
In repairing the pump it shrubs but we find that Petunias die's private stock of grue- set up this month for a hog. t'.(-' ; V, : V4.d : t' fJ '

was necessary to dismanUe and pansies got some morsels. cholera eradication program- Home ImprovementsStart ,,:':'<.-;,,-:. : .' ." ... .i
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the apparatus and there were through all right and then S. t-J-:,-'->.;..........V-.. '- (,It:; ;; ', .,<; .,,. ,;,94':..',..
two bolts holding the
too. the berry plantings were Lots: of tobacco growers are searchers. Here -
and motor to the tank that helped. and insects by the trying the plastic coveringfor I Suddenly jour shrubbery, flowers and and romantic enchantment. .brings
had rusted solid. They stubbornly for seedbeds this year. Big- Winter just got here and I trees "bloom" at night. Your house new evening glamor to your favorite .
billions mere knocked out although it makes your old! and garden take on a dramatic exciting beauty pot& And an electric post-btft
] resisted effort and better plants, with
every the time being. ger bones cold there's relief a- j appearance.Outdoor electric lighting at your driveway or door entrance will
until Sam got-'a cold chisel 'css care, -are produced with ;, welcome and
: I' head. for the planting date lifts your home out of the ordinary beam*friendly to guests

and a big hammer and knock- Plastic mulching of berries plastic according to UF re- of Feb. 14 is not many weeks and Jets you enjoy a whole new range discourage intruders.
ofafter.darkactivki.You'1IactuaIIY You can select from many types
--- -- off, and the chorus of.peepers make your patio or yard into another of smart net. inexpensive outdoor

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ESTABLISHED 1670 land. at night become: real fun. Outdoor tractor's or favorite store handling
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i above poem reads, the- new I I I.! 'YYYVVYY.YYYiYVVVVYY-VYY.YYY YYYYYVVVYYVVVVYVVVVYYNEWSltCMNTEBEST ".two opponents, Vera, ..AU8Ua.1 Club. Eaci}} club is asked to

: cataloges for seeds have ar- TO Junior Class,., and Qu en mali e 9 donation to the Past- e
L" rived. I have even ordered I Oil Jan.119
;: Moore SophpmoreC Maggie ,QJ'i! versary; .,
I:, 1 seeds and potato eyes. Whata q COUNTY has anA averag5,to.her\ .cred- Ret W: J.'Tayloi and t coa-
glorious feeling I always i it and conshJewd one of the gregation from J 4nson

have when I, choose my seeds. ,, : [BjR Elizabeth Ghroa]. most versatile students ever Chapel Baptist Church of .. -

For a good many years I ,j a:3k: to RJB .site be 'uainesviilev Mom with Bro. -
I .A A A A.A A. A..A.... &..& & & attend ; will r
1f iura Ctrrqess A(06rPONCA. balked at planting all seed j f ----- frowned during coronationceremonies Harold Mftcftett, wilt bei

NERr- eyes. But last year I did not (Notice.Heroines. Fruit Stand for more than a Wednesday night. I charge. On .Jaa, 21 at 2:30: p.

plant anything but potato f.: All members' are asked toe ;>bushel of fruit, and to the 17 Jan. 31. > nu the congregation, or

Wherein the New Year arrives through the yardsstaggered eyes, and I had such a good :% present theMasonic; Hall students who brought cans Chunk News church Ri&,y. J. kilcCttty: win

1 with a lovely winter one under Christ- crop. Clean, smooth, and a d. s ,;on Jan. 17. There has.been a >and packages so that we were There, will be. a three-day .: preach the anniversary sermon .q-

: we take down the decor-, cards nice size. So now: I have ordered r.3 change: in the date I of<,paying i able.. to. fix and deliver eight meeting, of Jehovah's Witness-' The public is invited? to
Dar mas 500 potato eyes. I shall a year end and; G. L.. dUe5r-.sD nice large boxes of groceries each of these,
es at Wilder Recreation Center seviqes.
atlons and the seed catalogs New reds and -
J greens appear ot bother about other seed please fce andentime. fruit
arrive. : '' present irtf for Christmas to in Jacksonville, Jan 12- Bethlehem Free Will Bip- ,
potatoes. I always buy my Business of vital importance, eight persons. sttrr$- -
tist All services
1 The crisping wreath the Lush red tomatoes vivid: 14. The presiding minister of Church.
il here in and seeds Fail Order. of '
shedding tree beans- plants town s not. M.AM. President Louiza Brown the Starke congregation Is at 5:45.: Monday; Faithful
like carrots; beets, and par- & b i esal. asks all patrons and friendsto Few Senior
it .. Willie E. McCollum find he invites Club Tuesday
Came down to mark Epiphany the is what
Spring on
way t
snips.I The 8th Grade is sponsoring attend the PTA
meeting at
And holidays ai --if. all residents of the community Choir practice. Wednesday,
I are past. means. have been feeling so well i "Pretty Pants Party With 7:30. Please be on time.-Mrs.
to attend. meetinsr. Thursdays.Woman's ;
Good-bye to reds and The cataloges are here! : Starke will prayer ; .
\ \ the thin greens- -Dorothy Brown Thompson; and happy for the last week. Brecky Bee" on Jan. 19 at S. C. Price, teacher. be well represented.Rev. Home, Mtssion, and'?
We had a funeral the week I RJE High School Tickets can Basketball I Junior Friday,'
Gray "grip"of winter closes in Whoopee! It is a nice new Alphcnso Jenkins, will Choir practice. !
after Christmas and on New ,be purchased from any mem- I The ferocious Tigers of RJE I .Band7.. Sunday 939 .
claim decor- I dedicate his new church theFlprida Prayer : a.
its at The Christmas :
To own last- year. Year's Day Don had two ambulance .t*-er of the 8th Grade SectionB. walloped the Wolves of Rich- i New Sunday School 'II a.ni.'
East Port Baptist TU ;
But wait Where : ations are down, and as thei -
.. postman calls One in the Come one come, all and ardson High of Lake City bya f at Gainesville on Sun- Fellowship Union"at. M fte-,

: morning and one after din- J JVandals JI have a ball. score of 68-47 in a one-sided Cay. Jan. 14. He.asks everyone bo Church Lincoln City. All

per. They were both men, and i I The Busy Bee Club of Allen battle with the Tigers in the co: attend and help make this I members are to be.ready to?

I both strokes. | ; Chapel Junior Church is lead throughout the game. u great. affair. I 'Heave on ride to Mt. N&bo at

J We had a nice, quiet i sponsoring Johnny Shawof Richardson's center Wolf Pack Mt. Marian Methodist: Re 10:30., YQIUIS People's. Christian -'

;Christmas. No one passed a- WOBS at the Reno Theatre at could not contain the fierce gular services this Sunday League, 5 p. n\ Home I

I ;Jvray, no ambulance calls. It/ 8 p. m. Jan. 25. Tickets can attacks of the Tigers in the :starting, with Church School 'Mission service,, <5:45: p.m.. ,
hooked as if it was going to be purchased from any of the Wolves' own gymnasium. t }I
| at 9:30: a. m. with Rev. Rob- The president; Mjrs". ,Sarah, ,
storm, in the afternoon, before members.The Richard [tWildmanl[ :! Chandler ert Dell in charge.: Communion Prince reminds all ladies to .1.1I

Christmas Eve. So i! Carnation Club will Willie [Cartwright] service at 11 a. m.:Evening. I see the financial secretary.

i raid, "Let's open our presents i neet Monday night, Jan. 22, Banks. John Henry Solomon, service, 6:30 with Rev. L. IL Sunday afternoon. -

.! now and burn the paper and j m the Reno Theatre at 8 p. Levi Dexter, and Bobby [Smi- MeLendon in charge of all The pastor asks,an nxeinbfrs

)joxes before dark." That was I m. All members are asked to ley Cohen; showed excellent services. to. attend these services b,-

:1 i ',!about 2:00: in the afternoon.o be present and attend: to busi- skill in ball handling as they Anniversary I cause they are a great) spiritual, t,

: Dependable -- EconomicalPHONE we opened our lovely gifts. Frp '' r sdI ,ness of vital importance. chalked up their fourth win Monday night Jan.. 15, benefit. He also extends( a

!we had sir many things that 'American Legion Notice of the season against one de marks the 5th anniversary of .warm [invitation to visit tor'
964.1301NIGHT 964-2411 I felt well remembered. Don Sy 1 Y a Commander Brooks asks all
-MY 4 feat.The Rev. E. D. Robinson, as,pastor church during the pastor 11'<4
gave me a $100 and my gift to members to be present at 2 Tigerettes played a church anniversary sfarriug
CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT. 'vI Ebcnezer Missionary Hap \
him was a traveling case. : P. m. Sunday, Jan. 14at RJE courageous game against the I Monday. after .the hird'Sum:
List Church Starke. :
Now if he has to go overnight School to attend to business skilful Wolverettes of Rich- Monday day in this month Re vTJo rise .}
night Choirs 1 and 2 will be
somewhere he is prepared.. of vital ,importance. aidson High, but the latter McKay, Miss ..
in charge of the program with pastor; Mary
THEY'RE BACK! After we burned the wrapping Banquet I won by a score of 18-28 Both Sis. B. Robinson as 'McBrid .,.repor er.I

paper and boxes, we unpacked Th: annual banquet of RJE teams will meet ConsolidatedHigh sponsor Viitort
All members are asked to
three caskets and put Band Parents Club will beheld of Lake Butler at 8 p. m. pay

; The STANLEY BROS. them in the casket rooms. 4 Saturday night, Jan. 13, Friday Jan. 12: in the Tigers' $1.25 each for the pastor's an- Mr, aqd Mrs. ,J. W,, Prince
Fred butcher knife.It aiversary. On Jan. 16, Plea were happy to have yUh themn
got me a starting at 8 p. m. Speakerfor faym.
: And The Clinch Mountain Boys is really sharp and cuts my New Houses the occasion will be Mr. The RJE boys defeated Fant Grove Baptist Church 'of for the Christmas holidays
Damage Keystone Heights will be [in
.heir two daughters, sans'.L1law. -
homemade bread so nicely.All Miller band director*of Lincoln I Macclenny 43-34, but the girls I
4 : Ol'Tyme Country Music I of this New Year has High School, Gaines- lost to Macclenny, 1813. In charge jointly with Antioch f and grandchildren frs
A sample of vandalism that has destroyed hundred of dollars Eaptist Church, Rev. GeorgeLee
I Moultrie, Ga.
t ON I been so lovely. It freezes, of ville. We are expecting to games played in Gainesville, i
THE worth of windows doors and pastor. On Jan 17 the r
expensive glass walls in six
Lincoln beat RJE
course, at night and gets downto have a wonderful time, so High boys
l houses in an unoccupied subdivision on West Pratt St. is shown program is sponsored by the
JIM WALTER JAMBOREE 17 degrees, but the days please purchase your tickets 48-37 and the Lincoln girls
McComb: Gospel Singers withA.
are sunny and the snow is in photographs above. and join the fun.-Mrs. Alma :eat RJE girls 3418. ,
L. Cunningham of Ocala
4 9:00 A. 11.\ Sunday WJXT-TV Channel 4 I welting fast. We had a lovely, The houses were virtually completed last year, but re- Jenkins, president; Mrs. Cora Miss RJE Elected in y
charge. On Jan. 18 the Past d
Presented I white Christmas. The weath- mained unsold and unoccupied because of litigation. Cohens, reporter. Students at RJE High had or's Aid and Emergency Club
By I er man now says tonight the Final 'Thurston rheir second of
arguments were heard at 10 ar.m. Thursday by Cir- ElementaryWe experience jointly will be in charge. Mrs.

wind will blow and it will cuit Judge Geo. L. Patten in several suits to determine the are grateful to Mr. and selecting :Miss RJE by pcpular Raynell English, president of I
snow and I shall revel in the Mrs. Jack Edwards for the vote' on Monday when Margie r
priority, amount, and method of payment of mechanics liens, the Patsor's Aid Club, and Ii r
s orm. I love to hear the wind big amount of groceries they Faye Leverson, Senior Class ,/
well the
as as satisfaction of several mortgage holders. Mrs. Altamease Chandler. ,
and will get out and walk in gave to. us, and to Stylingg's candidate won out over her '
the snow storm if it is not Extensive repairs will have to be performed on the houses president of the Emergency. II

before they can be occupied. .
.I aero. Then it might be dan- -" .,

?er of getting lost or too cold., I E

i Jacksonville. .. ..... .-. -Lake City Gainesville Ocala. .. Brunswick. Ga..' After dinner, when we are should flow freely.So marauding roots with a sheetof '
s not' too busy, we lie down the days hasten on. I Curtis Mathes i'i'j
,. metal
I __:_:j=__ __:__ roofing buried verti-
----- -. and take a nap. At one we get feel like rny old self again. :
cally along the side of the
", 1 up again, and I go about any Don is able to carry on his
Attention: Livestock Producers! work I have to do. Today part of the work. This morn- bed-

while Don kept on sleeping, ing he sold a washing machine Prepare the planting site I II

I. If you have hogs or 1 was quietly crocheting, and delivered: it. I prior to securing the rosebushes j I HOME ENTERTAumoor! CEtflE.R 1""
holders. changed bed linen <
{ making pot use and wash- t
cattle to sell now or in e. .
:: ,
wash rags, new ones', 'and'crochet ed'up everyth1ni. My heart i is ? _
the future please con- tight andsay, remote it to
the edges togetherand singing and I say "I Thank :
'tact one of the buyers ; put a bone ring at the l Thee God." a depth o!'15. inches and replace -I "Factory To You Prices t

.r at Copeland Sausage '_ r top. My daughter-in-law made God bless you everyone. with: compost of rotted

.t g Company and give them .,', y r. me that kind' for Christmas. LOVE leaves, cow manure, and rich
i MOTHER LURA.Gardening.
r ah opportunity to buy .., ; };."}; :. ,.. They are nice. If anyone I hammock, soil. For .U
.. ,:,, "il' ,."" I' best *
I |3:your livestock .4 wants how they to know are made more, write about to growth, ,insure; '-the, replaced, ": Stereo-Phono (Speakers) 234* Big Screen I

r material is guit ". -cid :
COPELAND OFFERS YOU me. Did I ever get everyone : .Many

\ f 4 BIG ADVANTAGES! them apron? I patterns was busy that and ask worried for J Let's Cor sandy contain;softs'too?.in much south lime.Florida for :: AMF; l HI.- Fidelity Radio Mahogany Woodifrahinet!

1 L Cash market every day. over Don being ill and I may nest rose production say University I
have mislaid someone's let- of Florida rose special
i I : 2. No commission. ter. Write again if I lave, } I

f ;: 3. Special consideration given to meat I still have lots of pretty pat- By Hervey Sharpe ists.Choose an overcast day for 4 Matched Ii IWJ<<.J ,t
terns. I have time now. planting. First I !:
Florida Agricultural check the
i I High Fidelity < PpW T1PJ\i I
type hogs CABBAGE SALAD: 1 cup Extension Service plant carefully and cut back fi
J Speakers- qe} ,r., Ian
4. Can furnish for shredded cabbage; 1 cup sour the bush to four or five eyes. I 2-12" 25"America's f
hauling sufficientquantities. & zq1trWr.. ir i iI
Roses are red, but you will ?
cream [you buy] 1 cup seed- rim olf all broken roots. -
feel blue if the neighbors I V(1 PpqttWt1C -1
{ :ess green grapes; 1 cup pineapple Be sure the planting holes
tidbits drained; 1 cup pant roses before you do. are large enough to eutl" t", ,

CALL COLLECT HOward miniature marshmallows. Mix This is because roses are date the roots without accommo- I ;Tf lo. I
f 2-3011 crowd i Q Co! 't I-Ii
.prestige flowers. If excel
all together and put in the you ing. In the bottom of each :

t 1 FOR CLAUDE PHILLIPS, PRESTON POLK, refrigerator for two hours. with these thorny beauties, hole orop a handful of garden I _. ..
Serve lettuce leaves. you can take your turn in tenilizer
I i NORMAN VEECH on and cover light- 1 Finest
HELPFUL HINT. After I displaying the nosegays on iy with top soil. Dip the rootsof

opening a catsup bottle. often the church organ. each plant in a bucket of j Picture, 23,000 ,,

i Copeland the catsup will not flow. Push You still have ample time water just before planting. volts of Picture r High Fidelity AM
. to get the project underway,
i Insert the new bush that Power. 2
1 cne of those'paper straws so i Stage acd Full Fidelity
because the ,
rose planting sea-
clear to the bottom and then he root system will stand at High Fidelity

, ) ,..sAUSAGE'COMPANY ALACHUA, FLORIDA remove the straw. The catsup son has been delayed. 4.he same level that it stood i !{ F tild1O
Listen for the first robin
I J1 the nursery row. ...._
I .-' '"
of winter. This
is'a sure sign With
a slow stream of
that planting time is here. water from a hose, work the I I
Weather is also a factor. soil about the roots;filling the Ij j ...""J,
r I STARKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY The warm weather that
hole to the
ground level. Pack PPwerl.-1. Highamplifier
lasted through much of December -
firmly and put a saucer of : .' Aty
prevented from Stereo Hi Fi with
roses earth about the plant to hold ; Genuine Hon
,_ becoming dormant. Therefore, water. I full 56" wide duras Mahogany, Four Speed,High : \ ,lItpf'1' feed

AUTO BODY'SHOP AUTO RADIATOR J. B. Wright commercial nurserymen were When the rose bushes begin Stereo Sound Wood (abinet. Fidelity, & Stereo ; t back," eeLsIdnSeparation'

unable to dig and market I to leaf out, keep an eye I Available in E! Record; Player compgitpnts
) SL CLAIR SERVICE their planting stocks earlier.
Mack's Body Shop Ed P revatt s Garage STATION You may purchase rose out pot,for brown diseases such as black ,i Genuine Slightly Walnut More ,.Diamond;I Stye ;, '"
canker and
" j pow- .
! J RADIATOR SERVICE Complete Auto Service tushes in three forms. Theseare ,
dery mildew.
; 4 CODY & FENDER REPAIRS New Cores Roddinr TiresBatteriesAceessoi3es bare roots, in containersor Insect pests that I I -
r.ay harm the bushes include
,1 1( COLLISION SERVICE Flush :, Crank Shaft : Electric i Weldiag burlap wrapped. The latteris aphids -II II I ',
thrips, pumpkin I '"
.i Grinding :542 Madison 969.2801Painting called infant style becauseof bugs, ,
cottony-cushion scale :
Matching Lawn Mower Motors, Rt the triangle burlap and $
I and red spider mites. I SgA 11"L
Phone 964-0154 AUTO TIRES bottom.
Your county agricultural I : .. ,
Or 964-3861 For the procrastinator, con- I
Phone 969-2105 agent will be your best source I
So. walnut Starke Starke Recap Co. tainer-grown roses can be j :
2033 N. Tmple, of information on controllingthese
starkeAUTO SERVICE.ppy Raolstan, Owner Mr. planted:; later, but will cost a insects and diseases.SIETHODIST Never Before' "* '

f, Eecappinjr for Cars &: TruebDoddts ,I' fancy price.Varieties: I ; .

Service & ONE DAY SERVICE to plant can be a '

" AUTO PARTS NEW TIRES AT SAVINGS 'I problem. Old-fashioned fav- CHURCH I ; A Value Like This!
-. ._..._ Sales evro-LITIs BATTERIES orites have advantages over Schedule for week of Jan:I ,

., GENERAL REPAIRING Phone 964-0221 the newcomers. These include 14: '
Starke Motor International Lifetime us N. Temple Starke such roses as Louis Phillippe. Sunday Church School:! Buy direct from Dahmer's-your factory

Mufflers Houtte and Safreno. Often 9:45 a, m. Morning Worship. authorized distributor. Because of
Parts Co. Inc. FIRESTONE FARM SUPPLIES they thrive where the modern 11 a. m. Snack Supper for I '
I our direct buying from this largest
Tires, Batteries Accessories nybrids succumb to the deep
young people p. at Youth-
S. Walnut Brownlee I & South's manufacturer of home entertainment
528 964-3861 tropical temperatures Meetings, 6:30 p. m. Mission i With Qualified Trade d
Year Local
NAPA Chasteen high humidity and diseases. Study course for primaries j centers, we are saving hundreds of dollars .

Jobber For Starke 66" ServiceBUI SEEDS FEEDS Except for the most dedi- through adults 7 p. n:. Group that to "
are passed on
CorBroWnlee & Clark Edwards FERTILIZERS cated, hobbyist the ,modern meetings 'for Mission Study I : ,Now A NQW Shipment Just you.

WE SPECIALIZE IN Insecticides hybrid roses are the hardestto course 7:30 p. m. Special
(prates &
Phone &S!-S01. 964-0811
._ BRAKE SERVICE "Your Friendly grow.Site feature in sanctuary for all Receiy

Wheel Balancing &: Alignment Farm Supply Store" Selection ,groups participating in study I -

F t AUTO REPAIRS Phone 964-SSS1 Cor. 10th &: Cherry Starke Plant roses for cut ..flowersin course, 8 p: m. Fireside for 1i

617 N. Temple a separate cutting garden, MYF. 8:30 p. m.

StarkeNELDINUGARAGE because they're far from Tuesday WSCS meets in ,

I Earl's Gilbert S.. Brown handsome if pruned properly sanctuary for business and DISOOUN'f
Thomas Welding covered most of the time with I program 10 a. m.

1 Standard OH Service Station protective fungicides and Wednesday Prayer Meet-

,AUTO ALL REPAIR KINDS WOES OF I t \ ATLAS Electric and Acetylene welding stripped of flower buds daily. :ng. P'A':! ,B ,it)1fth-'l"1" m. : HOUSE .'

f 4 TIRES & BATTERIES Have Welder Win Travel! Select a site in a sunny lo Teachers training course 8 ; '

k All Won Guaranteed Budget Terms Road Service Work Guaranteed cation. In the event the bed Po In. 'i

t 'Phone' tnmtPhone 964-7071 116 W. Brownlee S64-0361 .is located near large plants I Thursday Chancel Choit JI 112 E. CALL STREET, STAN

L So." Walnut, StarU0'1' N. Temple Start Kite 782-3775 protect the rose bushes from i rehearsal, '7:30 p. m. -



I Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Tolbert f Florida
BankStockholders category.
Professors Company "C"
of Lake City were overnight "Individuals enlisting to _

t ? guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. MeetStockholders this unit can take pride in

:: David Montgomery. Lawtey Tied I Rated SuperiorIn the fact that Co. B has demonstrated a I

I Mr. and :Mrs. Paul Raymond of the Florida: its ability to per .
from two Bank at Starke, at their annual -
returned Saturday InspectionThe
For Cage Lead form in a superior manner, .
( weeks' visit with Mr. and. Mrs.T. sK meeting on Tuesday, Jan.I and this ability is a direct result ;
GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-0631 E. Strickland in Belle Glade i 9, approved the recommendation '
General's Of- of the interest shown in
r.r and with :Mr. and Mrs. R. R: I A 15-foot set shot by Hugh of the board of directors: .
,. I fice Florida National Guard, the unit by its members.
t' Na Alvarez in Boynton Beach. Ingram with just 20 seconds for the transfer of $150,000from
Mrs*. .Ar'J: !'.Bany returned Mrs. W. G. Halle has returned St. Augustine, reports that Capt. Bloodworth said.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson surplus to capital and the I (
a home Saturday from Bradford from three weeks' visit left to play gave the Professorsa Company B, 748th Ordnance
and Mr. and :Mrs. A. G. Loudon : declaration of a 100 per cent
County Hospital. where she with Mr. and Mrs. Woodfin Jr. and families were in Tampaon 40-38 win over the Jayceesand stock dividend.S. II Bn., received a rating of Five Called ,

underwent surgery ten days Haile and Mr. and Mrs. Jack a tie for first place with superior in the annual inspection -,
Sunday visiting Mr, and ;T L. Peek Jr., president of I By Local Board :
Haile in and with her conducted. last Nov. 28.
..... ago- Miami Mrs. P. D. Loudon. Lawtey in City League cage the bank, in his annual reportto
Rev. W., E. Hall underwent sister,' Mrs. J. S. Adair in __ The inspection coveredall !
the stockholders
,.. Little Patty and Glen Mullins play which opened last Thurs- pointed out Selective Service Board No
at -the Bradford West Palm R t of administration
Beach. phases ,
surgery R .. that 1961 was one of the bank'sbest I
u" are confined with measles. 18 has called the following five
day night, January 4, in the
County Hospital last Thurs- Mrs. R. A. Newcom returned supply, equipment, training
:Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Edwardsof years, with year-end deposits men for armed forces examina
Sunday after spendingthe March Of Dimes Drive Started High gym. program, and performance of
day.Miss Jamestown N. Y. are spend- for at an all-time high, tion on Jan. 10: Senchlair Theodore .
Sue Jackson was con- holidays with Mr. and Edgar Akridge was high the members of the'unit..
$3,860,381.90, increase of
ing three weeks with Mrs. E. an Crews, Lawtey; Dan Elliott -
f dined in' Bradford County Mrs. R. E. Mathews in Lake- the Professors with 12 points Of the last five inspections,
::: I. $272,976.04, 7.61
or cent
L. Crawford. Also visiting themon With I Goal Set At $3,000Chairmen while Buddy Elliott had 11 and per Fleming, Starke; William
from to Mon- Co. B has received four
Hospital Friday ,
land.Mr. Sunday were :Mr. and Mrs. C. ; i Helms 10. over a year ago. Total capital super- Carroll Barnes, Lawtey; Robert
*"M-day observation. and Mrs. E. L. Matthewsand Wayne Lawtey was iors and one excellent, with
H. Morris of Jacksonville.Mr. funds at year-end were $623- Lee Cason Jacksonville formerly
and key workers in Mrs. Inez Hamilton, special league winner last ( -
Jerome Johns was in Wil- daughters and Bobby year. this being the second superior -
: and :Mrs. John Andersonand the New March of Dimes campaign gifts; Mrs. Joan Bradbury, In first game of the opening 179.78. of Raiford); Gilbert Mar-
liston last Friday and Satur- Ferguson visited the CummerArt rating in a row.
son of Cocoa spent the gathered Wednesday fashions; Mrs. Pat Cauffman, triple header last Thursday the The following were elected vin Brown, Starke. .
day attending the State executive Gallery in Jacksonville "I feel that this performance -
New Year's weekend with his night, Jan. 3, at a kick-off din- special events. Mrs. Lucy White, Jaycees defeated the Seniors directors for 1962: C. E. Hern-
board meeting of the Sunday afternoon.Rev. wall, S. L. Peek Jr., W. B. reflects the pride in the
,a ii mother, Mrs. A. W. ,Anderson.] ner in the Garden Restaurant. chairman of Mothers March, is 3825. Wayne Helms was high
John Brabham and unit and the extensive work
+ Jaycees. Mrs. W. A. Stern and. Miss Pictured, seated at table not in photo. for the Jaycees with 13 markers Sewell, Ernest J. Snead, and
Jj Dale Johns, son of Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson are in Lake- Harold C. Wall. put into all activities by
Louise Stern attended the Rise (from left) are: N. L. Wood- Several special events have while Mike Darby and John I
Mrs. Carl Lamar Johns, is land today, Thursday, attend- members of the Camp Bland-
At the directors meeting,
Stevens concert at the U. of F. burn, campaign chairman; Mrs. been scheduled during this Adams had six each for the on
confined bi the J. Hillis Miller ing "Our United Witness the same day, the following of- ing unit," Capt. J. B. Blood- 9newstarfrom MAICO
gym in Gainesville Monday Garl Mathews, Mothers March; month, with the Mothers March Seniors. The Professors troun-
Medical Center in Gainesville School of Missions. ficers were "re-elected: S. L. worth, unit commander, said.
night. Mrs. Peggy Shaller, assistant set for Jan. 30. ced Stallings 43-16 in the sec-
1 for observation. Mrs. E. L. Middleton and Peek Jr., president Ernest J. Comments made by the inspecting I II
; I
Sea and Mrs. Charley E.I director; Mrs. Alice Anderson, Chairman Woodburn said thata ond game with Reagan hitting I
Mrs. Bertha Pearce left Sunday Mrs. W. Q. Dowling of Mel- Snead vice I
Johns and Mr. and Mrs. Arch coin boxes and dimes boards; I goal of $3,000 had been set 22 points while Lawtey topped president; C. E. officer a regular
for a month's. visit in bourne were visiting Mrs. W. Thomas will be in Sarasotaover Mrs. Parker i 'Hernwall, vice president and Army major, indicated that
Jr. Ann publicity., for the drive. He pointed out Strickland's in the final gameof : NEARtUGJGLASSES ,.
Richmond, Va. with her E. Middleton on Sunday.Mr. cashier; Billy G. Epps, assist he had seen very few units in ;
the weekend attending the Standing ((1-r): Mrs. Betty! that the night 5833. John Bates
the.March of Dimes
nephew and niece Mr. and and Mrs. Hugh Chaceof Legislative Conference.L. Warren, schools; Mrs. Norman or- was high for Lawtey with 17 ant cashier; and J. E. Tomlinson Florida that were capable of
;" Mrs. S. M. Simmons. Ridgewood. N. J. visited ganization, while continuing its assistant cashier. equal performance when Hi Fi
C. Smith and Mrs. J. C. Willis, treasurer; Mrs. Mural points while Glen Reddish had com- Clarity
\ U-I.. CP!. Joseph A. Gay of Fort their aunt,_ Mrs. Etta Hoover, Olive of Jacksonville were Sun- Gardner, tag day; Mrs. Joann 24-year successful fight against 16 for Strickland.In pared with Company B. ., .v Featherweight Comfort

+ Bragg, N. C. spent two weeks Thursday.Mr. day dinner guests of Mrs. Effie Rowe, teens chairman; :Mrs. G. polio, is also attacking crippling Monday night's triple P. O. Receipts "These statements and the .. See the Exciting New tiAIC

4 with his parents.Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Guy Dyal of Johns. S. Newcomb Mothers I subsequent high rating are a I
March; birth defects and arthritis. header, which featured the lea- O
G. A. Gay.Leonard. Laura Street have moved to Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and T------119a66 Less source nf pride. trt__ all members -...,,-
gue tying contest between the
'I F Smith will return the State Farm community.Mrs. daughter, Evelyn, were in C of C Names Jehovah Witnesses Jaycees and the Professors, Than 1961 of the company," Capt.
home this week from Alton Revel of Talla- I Bloodworth said. He also A Laboratory Trained
Waycross, Ga. over the week-
Strickland's took the Seniors
tj- Warsaw Ind. where he has hassee was the weekend guestof end visiting Mr. and Mrs. Grady Committee Chrm.The Due Visit 46-24. Townsend Strickland had Receipts at the Starke post emphasized the fact that he Hearing Aid Consultant \

pent the last six weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. was highly pleased with this
13 office for 1961 were $87,619.46just from
Executive Committee of By SupervisorF. points for the winners while
his sister, who is ill. They were joined Monday by Cook.Mrs.. M. H. Lang, who sold the Starke-Bradford County Tommy Andrews had nine for $119.66 less than the showing and is very appreciative -
W. A. Scott of Gainesville Mr. Revel. I of the work Maico
her home W. Madison Street the losers. $87,839.12 total of 1960. performedand
on Chamber of Commerce, has announced E. Shenehon, local pre- In the second game
t was a Sunday visitor of his Miss Gloria Johns of Jacksonville the spirit shown by theunit's
and moved to South Florida in the committee siding minister of Jehovah'sWitnesses Lawtey defeated Stallings 46-22 Postmaster G. J. McGriff Jr.
following -
I K uncle and aunt, Mr and :Mrs. was visiting Miss personnel.Lt. Hearing Service
i f December, was seriously ill in chairmen for 1962: has received notice for their second victory with' explained that in order to geta
+ ... J. T. Ouigley who have been Annie Darby and Mrs. Carrie
,! ) ill with influenza. Ritch on Sunday.Mr. a hospital in West Palm Beach Finance Committee, S. L. that Francis R. Eldridge, supervisor Sweet Owens hitting 13 points. i true picture of receipts, for T. A. Hebert, recruiting Jacksonville 2, Fla. will l>e in
during the holidays. She is con- Peek Jr.Membership. for the congregations Franklin Thomas kad 11 for comparison with prior years, it officer commented that Co.
I Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes and Mrs. David G. ScottJr. I I Starke FRIDAY Jan. 12th, at
B has few
valescing at the home of her Stallings. a openings for
John Kopelousos. -' in the northern portion of would be necessary to use only
were in,Lake City Tuesday on of Clearwater spent the sister; Mrs. R B. Alvarez, in ], Florida, will arrive in Starkeon Both the Professors and Law- 81 per cent of the totals for former servicemen, up to age KOCH'S DRUG STORE. ComeIn

business, and also. visited the weekend with Dr. and Mrs. O. Boynton Beach. Industrial Development, Jerome January 9. tey have won two games. the past two: years to allow for S5, and can enlist a limited 1 1I for a free hearing test and \

John Deas family.I L. Haynes Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwardsand Johns. During. his visit here he will rate increases during that per-I number of young men in the r rI demonstration. No obligation.TREMENDOUS .
and Mrs. D. C. Dawkins J. W. Killian of Way- J\
I son of Atlanta, Ga. spent work with iod. I 17 1-2 through 21 year old I
Publicity Committee, Mrs. I mem- Customers
Sr. of Jacksonville were Mon- ,, nesville N. C. is spending the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
with Mr. and Pat Cauffman. bers in both Starke and Lake __ _.
: ay and Thursday guests of several weeks W. H. Edwards '- A.r'<""" "" --
Jr. at Kings- Retail Committee, Charles Butler. Both he and his wife Number 585
II'II'l .
4 and Mrs. W. H. Nollman. Mrs. W. F. Herlong. ley Lake and other relatives
Ritch has been Sawyer. will be house guests of :Mrs.

., transferred Jimmy from Lackland here.Dr.. Agriculture Committee, Geo- Blanche Lindsay, who_ resides In Starke NowThe SAVINGS ATNORTH
) and Mrs. C. J. Houpt at- on Griffis Loop.
Greenville, rge Huggins-
AFB, Texas to tended
address is: the Florida Osteopathic Highway Committee, H. A. The climax of Mr. Eldridge'svisit City of Starke now has I
Medical SUPPLY
Association of DURING OUR
meeting :
AB James H. Ritch, AF Bishop Jr. will be a public talk to 585 natural gas customers just I

1 1J 24663942, P. O. Box 653, District Two at the Robert Civic Affairs, Jerome Johns. be given at the local KingdomHall 19 months after the service
Meyer Hotel in
Jacksonville Education Miss Florence 122 E. Washington St.
QMI Greenville AFB, Miss. Wednesday has been being offered, Natural -
Mr. and Mrs. Herkie John- night.Mr. Jennings. at 3 p. m. Sunday, Jan. 14, on Gas SuperintendentOscar

J ifI MASTER son of Oceanway spent several and Mrs. G. A. Gay, City-County Planning, E. L. the subject, "Where May Real Davis told the city

I ., r days last week with her parents Cpl. Joseph A. Gay, and Miss Matthews. Security Be Found?" The council Tuesday night. I

Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mary Hodges of Gainesville Public Relations, Mrs. Virginia public is invited, and no collection He said that 71 new cus- ,

Crosby.Mr. visited the Jacksonville Zoo Smith. : will be taken. tomers have been added in the'

'J and Mrs. Comer Ferryman Last Sunday. The membership committeemet I The speaker is a well versed last three months. The department -

... of Jacksonville were visit- Wednesday night to plan Bible student, an ordained is already nearing .
s I the membership drive for 1962. minister, and a representativeof their three rm r
d I ;.ng Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Marriage LicensesSix year goal of 600

I on Sunday. I the Watchtower Society. customers predicted by that .

1' 42t ',\ .Mrs. Barney, .McRae and marriage licenses were Rev. Shenehon, time by city. engineers."It I'
Mrs' Buddy Crawford and firM 1IF't11e"County Judges' of- a f New Typing Room sure keeps us on the

family were in'Lake City last fice during the month;.of De- And Members ball," Davis said.Woman's .
.;,. t1JS'l1 op.i incited becaUse; Almost Complete
.. Friday visiting Dr.'and Mrs. cember. _
It --:&' Attend MeetF.
)7 : i
McRae Jr. Club
..a. A clown'walked by'b. Barney Charles Arthur'Morris, 40, The new $12,000: typing room WESTINGHOUSE
J :Mr. and Mrs.' .Harold Crews WESTINGHOUSE
to. Ann Harvey: 25, Soli ef E. Shenehon, local pre- being added to the facilitiesof
-ft A feridnl tatlunjf'suit.walked and family and Mrs. Floyd To BeautifyU.
Macclenny. siding minister of Jehovah'sWitnesses
Bradford High School will
byOur Crosby were in Jacksonville Asa David together with seven be ready for occupancy at the Stereo Console Stereo ConsoleMODEL '
Sunday visiting Mr. and :Mrs. Fussell, 20, Jacksonville S. 301 NorthThe
fresh, rich mllk packs more Glen Stanley. to Joanne Elizabeth other members from Starke, beginning, of the second I

*honest..to-ga\\. vitamins tyum/ .' Mrs. Fred Guy of Gaines- Green, 18, Brooker. attended a three-day meeting semester,. according,,to School Starke Woman's Club MODEL F-1012 F-1053
a boxcar full of pills. Drink in Perry Dec. 29-31. The as- Superintendent Harmon P.
1 Wednesday to Friday -r has taken as a project the
ville spent Emery Lesley Griffis, 28, to J
health at embly was designed to fur- Morgan.
your day
."' ,'.every..... everymeat of last week with her Mary Jane Owens, 26, both of ther prepare and instruct beautification of the islands! Genuine Limed Oak Veneers, Genuine Mape Cabinet In Early
i mother, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins.Mr. Starke. The room is "practically in the middle of U. S. 301
and Mrs. Ernest Hayesof those from this area in their complete" Morgan aid Tues- north and work is expected American Contemporary Design. American Styling. Two 8" Bass

Panama City have moved Richard Norman- Greene, 21, role Mr.as Shenehon minister. announcedthat day, Jan. 2, but the architecthas to begin this week. I Wo Wide Range 6" Speaker And Speakers, Two 5" Mio-Range\ And
to Willie Helen'
Durant 25 I
not yet called for the
into the Andrews' apartmentat Mrs. Hollis V. Knight is
both of Green Cove Springs. meetings have beeIt- re- Two 4" Treble Speakers. Plays All Two 4" Treble Speakers. DeLuxe
final inspection. for
535 W. Madison street. Mr. Except heading the project and has

I I II Hayes is employed at the Winfred Earl .Tomlinson, 20, sumed at the Starke KingdomHall window shades, equipment for raised sufficient funds to compete Speed Monaural And Stereo HeRecord Changer. Plays All Speed
following the return of
State, Farm. to GeraWine- Fender, 20, bothof I !local delegates. He said that the room has been purchasedand it, according to Coun- cordings. Monaural and Stereo Recordings.
Pvt. Marshall B. Crosby has Starke. is in storage awaiting cilman Ruby Johns. Accordingto
the training received at the
returned to Fort Benning, Ga. completion of the new room, Mrs. Johns it will be neces- SAVE $50.00 SAVE $60.00
Henry Frankin Hodges, 23, assembly would 'be of great
after a week's visit with his which will enable some sopho- sary to remove all topsoil now
to Joy Ann Manning, 16, bothof benefit when calling on the '
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd mores and a few freshmen to in the islands and replace it
Starke. of Starke.
i people I'I'i
Crosby. i take typing. with more fertile soil.

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..'-. 14 cases came before 4

...1t 1 Starke :Mayor Randal Chittyin

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James Robert Potts, failure

y I to yield right-of-way and

1 1r I causing accident, forfeited ,, .. JAN., 13 WED., & THURS. H76ACS1 Save

r : bond of 3750. Double Feature Program Automatic 4-Speed Phones 99

J Jimmy Lee Perry Negro, JAN., 17, & 18
1st Feature graph-Dual Channel Ampli
failure to have vehicle under $30

t control and causing accident, Participate >in tte-f> uaistoeat i I fier. Separate Volume Con- m

forfeited bond of $37.50 ---- pof' dKrill the rurmiag trot Detachable Speakers AT
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I Sherman Newman, public CM TOWGRAHTJlCURnS u of tu dill! Sapphire Stylus..

i intoxication, forfeited bondi .: 0'I
1 i of 2750. I I .J
I Wells Negro I ....
.Laverne ., public -
intoxication, forfeited bond i iI
/.s.ii : I of $27.50. I'I'I .dz4'.i I + WESTINGHOUSE WESTINGHOUSE

I Hattie Mae Durden, Negro, I \ ELECTRIC

| public intoxication, forfeited ..r.rrw Laundromat

bond of $27.50. i i

: fail- ( Water Heaters
Homer Oscar Bryant, tfII I MODEL L-127
I I ure to have vehicle under raa KM: umi-nE we*D SOB m '

.!. 1 I; control land causing an accident O1MIL U Round 30-Gal. and Round 40-Gal.
: forfeited bond of $37.50. t.fIUItI), I'l tairasx IIllA5( F acSaE msCxoa Full Automatic
I Safe Clean Automatic
I Henry French, Negro public .

t :i: i jail,intoxication sentence suspended., five days in 2nd. Feature Title Cartoon Latervwc.on : And Economical. 2 Cycles

Henry French, Negro, disorderly SAVE $30.00

.. conduct five days in DANCER mDggWtTH EACtlTftXEDPPt SAVE $50.00
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:l'i I Curtis L. Hampton Negro I I ,i

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public intoxication AT
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-1 ". -., .: ,).- .: 1 : I I days Henry in jail French Negro, resisting ,art U iQWM'r ANces $49.95 $69.95$j .

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J. .. ; arrest fined $12.50. :
_- !. Gerald M. King improper I ; .. ,

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1 1t !defendant exhibited proper li. fe_ JOHN \ Major Appliances and a variety of other merchandise -

: FOR IDA i i cense.Abe Albin improper turn I on Sale at Great Savings!

forfeited[ bond of $12.50. t II I .

I Raymond White, Negro, disorderly I
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: '4iuiwliIiiflLWit !; : : conduct, five days ia ""y CAIAR A 0!ISAZI.l j I It North Florida

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J Albert McDuffie Negro, disorderly -
conduct, five days in : Cat Concerto

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,'' Circle One Of 1 March Of Dimes I :Local Buildings ;: Dawkins SpeaksTo I THE RIGHT POINT for the

I PresbyterianChurch Card Party Is 1 Methodist MenD. j! way you write. Come in and

MeetsCircle Set For FridayA Surveyed For i select your favorite ESTER-
1 11 I C. Dawkins Jacksonville! BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-

( : 1 ?f th wcmen of theFirst March of Dimes card party !: fallout UseMrs. businessman and prominent lay!,,I GRAPH.
GLADYS MOOTY I leader in the Methodist Church,,
PHONE 964-0651) I ,
I .'- I Presbyterian Church ? including bridge and canasta, .
J. the
( net Tuesday. January 9, at will be: held Friday night.: Jai. Gladys Scholl, Civil was guest speaker at i '

II' Miss Joann Green Cancer Is Topic I the.home of Mrs. W. T. Jackson 12, at 8 o'clock Club; $1.25 in the per StarkeWoman's cou Defense Director for Bradford: Methodist Fellowship Men's Hall Monday Club supper night.in. AR

advises that
County. representatives -:
.; Becomes Bride Of Of Junior Women Mrs. David Montgomery pIe. Proceeds to go to the of the firm of Kemp, ;: Mr. DawKins: showe a colkction -,! "I.Ar..

March of Dimes. Bunch & Jackson, archi- j of color scenes ;.hat he i L STARKE FLA
Pvt. Asa Fussell Last Lerved as moderator of a _
ThursdayMrs. had photographed on a trip to.
round table iiscu'sion of the Dessert wu\ be served during tects of Jacksonville, were I

4 Miss Joann Elizabeth Green Irene Hicks, field representative :lessen entitled "Glorifying and the evening. The public is cordially m Bradford County last week interesting the Holy: Land discussion, and gave of each an!I SUN, MON, TUES.

j snd Pvt. Asa David F sseU of the Florida Enjoying God in My Voca I invited to attend. on the first phase of the Public I JAN. 14-15-16
-lide. He was assisted by Mrs.
were united in marriage on tion." The business meeting i Fallout Shelter Survey. The DOUBLE FEATURE
Cancer Society,
,,: American I i|Dawkins, who had mlLde'the I
Saturday Dec. 16, in the New poke to the members of the was conducted:: by Mrs. Carlon rJ I Ladies Council firm Is under contract to the X-15
1 [trip to the Holy Land with him.
flyer Baptist Church with McManu': chairman. 4 ,' Army Corps of Engineers to I
i Junior Woman's Club at their Of First Christian I,Scenes of Rome and Paris Were'! -PLUS-
I: Rev. Rex Brookins officiating.The icgular meeting last Thursdayevening Refreshme*'$ were servedby S I survey all public and private |also included. I
JI brie is the daughterof in the club house.: I the hostess to the eight Installs Officers .- T buildings in the state which Darby O'Gill

I } Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Green Mrs. Hicks told of the three members present. The Febru- I 1. ., U could be used to house 50 or I The Drew speaker Reddish was, Men's introducedby Club The Little PeoplePlus

Jr. of Brooker. The bridegroom ? phases of the Society's pro- ary meeting will be held at The Ladies Council of the more persons following a nuclear president CartoonWED.THURS.

I is the son of Mrs. Budd gram: education service, and the home of Mrs. Fritz Dra- I First Christian Church held an 1 Miss Whitehead I. attack.At i I Ii
Porter of Jacksonville. icsearch. She presented a film mer. Marcia MillerIs installation of officers at the! this time it was not .,

a Given in marriage by her r fntitled "Time and Two Women. United With .regular: meeting last Thursday I Ii Sandra WhiteheadTo : necessary to enter each structures -i County Ranger :i JAN. 17-18

i father, the bride had: as her ." Dr. Sarah Lou Wells held Olivia Goodman [i night at the church. 1 : but "map surveys" were I I i DOUBLE FEATURE

I ;: maid of honor Miss Mary I & question and. answer session I Hostess At James Remedy I Installed were: president,' Represent GuardIn I. made month and before it will the be firm at least a Speaks To Jaycees i:j Dance With Me
Green. Serving as bridesmaid Mrs. Lonnie Fullwood vice- starts
; cancer problems and exPlained -i ;
on | I
Beauty Contest County Ranger J. C. Prevatt j !
: was Miss Virginia Parrish. methods of detecting!' New Year's PartyMiss Miss Marcia Mae Miller,: president, Mrs. Smith DeVoe; contacting building owners Jr. was guest speaker at :j Henry
Mack Hendry was Mr. Fus- I The importance -! secretary, Mrs. Albert Newman; and actually determining the aj' -PLUS"Shane"
and treating cancer. I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mis Sandra Whitehead, 18- meeting of the Starke Jaycees! -
I _I tell's best man while l Harvey detection treasurer, Mrs. Wayne Douglas. protection offered by each
: of early | : Olivia Goodman was Walter R. Miller of Jacksonville year-old daughter of Mr. and building. *n the Garden Restaurant :

Green served as usher. and treatment was stressed. hostess at a delightful New I formerly of Starke, and llrs. J. B. Whitehead, of Lester. Congress earmarked $93 Monday night, describing the !!i Plus Cartoon
The honor attendant wore Mrs. Jerome Johns, president Year's party Saturday even- James Michael Romedy, son Hospital AuxiliaryExec. Johns Road, has been chosen by million fire protection program and
J of the $207 million ,I
I, a dress of pink chiffon over presided; over the meet- ing. Dec. 30, at her home on of Mr. and Mrs. James R. the officers and men of Company :he methods used in detecting FR 1.-SAL

..:jatin with scalloped neckline ng. Mrs. J. C. Sawyer center- Alton Road.: Romedy of Jacksonville, were Board Meets "B", 748th Ordance Bat-, supplemental Civil Defense I and controlling forest fires in JAN. 19.20
ippropriation made last :
i and sleeves. The bridesmaidwore I cd her devotion around the The New Year motif was united in marriage on Friday: talion, Florida National Guard, August the area. Double Feature Program
a similar dress in lilac. !beliefs of Islam as a part of I carried out in the attractive Dec. 29. at 7:30: p. m. in Hen- The executive board of the stationed at Camp Blanding to I to pay for this nationwide I.I ,Solomon and Sheba
) : For her marriage, the bride the Bradford County Hospital survey. : Plans were made for the observance -j i>
our continuing study on ecorations in the party dricks Memorial Methodist represent the battalion in the i
: selected winter white sheath world. Auxiliary met Thursday, Jan. THE RIGHT POINT ,, of National Jaycee I -PLUS-
I a major religions of the rooms, and green and white Church, Jacksonville. Rev. annual "Miss Florida National
C of wool 'jersey, with a laced Mrs. Pat Cauffman and Mrs.A. streamers in the Florida room Paul L. Hartsfield performedthe 4, at the Garden Restaurant.It Guard Beauty Contest." This way you writ*. Cme in and Week, Jan. 13-19, and the an- The GunfightAt
bodice. The neckline veil was the club's was voted at this time to ekct your favorite ESTER-I! mal Awards Banquet which !i
W. Bradbury, further carried out the theme. ceremony. event will be held on .January
I secured to a crown of sequins i.pnresentatives_._ on the March I The refreshment table in the give the first baby born. in 13 and 14, at Cypress Gardens. BROOK Fountain'Pen.. TELEluWI' -i| will be held on a date tenta- j:, Dodge City \
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: and pearls. She carried a I of Dimes campaign, announced -' dining room was covered with marches were played by the; the Bradford county Hospital Sandra will be accompanied 1.( -
TVhite Bible topped: with a card party to'I I in 1962 a $25 savings _
I a benefit a red and green holiday cloth.A organist, Mrs. J. A. Hazen, to Cypress: Gardens by the Commander -1 I --,
I ivhite orchid and feathered be held Friday, Jan. 12, and a punch bowl was placed atone who also accompanied the bond. of the 748th Ordnance

(arnations. toffee which will be sponsored -I end an 3 trays held sandwiches soloists, Mrs. E. V. Young, The next general meetingof Battalion, Lt. Colonel Harry M.'I Complete Photographic Service

After the ceremony, a recep- I by the club. The club voted I II cakes, nuts and and Mrs. Miller, mother of the Auxiliary will be held Hatcher, Jr., and Mrs. Hatcher.\
the home of of at 7:30: p. m. Monday, Jan.
I, t.on was held at I I lo give $5 to the March fnacks. the bride. While there Sandra and her I
he bri e's parents. Dimes. I II I The 60 teenagers enjoyed I 15, in St. Mark's Parish Hall. party will be guests of Dick 1 1I Cameras
The bride, given in mar- I Hallmark Creeling
-I Mrs. Hal Hand, education games and dancing during theparty Pope, owner and promoter of; BULLINGTON
her father wore a FilmWatches
liage by
I chairman, announced a book: } hours. of UDC MeetsThe Cypress Gardens. .: Cards"Feature
dress, which she designed
to be held in the Bradford ::- Miss Goodman was assistedin
Sandra is 1961 of;
with a graduate
white slipper satin an- Lock"Jewelry
1svfffRiw@: I County Library on Jan. I serving and caring for her silk lace from her W. T. Weeks chapter, Bradford High School and is,

11. Two new books have been I guests by her parents, Mr. and tique mother's wedding dress. UDC met at the home of Mrs. presently employed by Dr. Harry -; Bibles Studio and Gift Shop Diamond
: Bradford County and Wednesday
given to the Mrs. Seeber Goodman : E. K. Perryman on Gruen.
.1.l ELECTRIC ClASS BOTTOM Hospital library in honor of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Harper. Sleeves of the dress were afternoon of last week j ji 1 i Tape Recorders Wedding
lace, and -i
I made of the same
BOATS babies born to Mrs. Randal -\ith Mrs. Bertha Pearce and Phonographs Starke, Florida Sets
of lace and
made Trampoline Lessons
mitts were
I Chitty and Mrs. Arthur Daughters Surprise ,, Mrs. Lester"Crews as co-

I i Patray in December. Plans satin. Her attached shoulder to a lengthveil satin hostesses. Are OfferedTrampoline Diamond i Saving Stamps with Every Purchase

rFOK THIS GOOD GAS 1you'LL } 11: ere announced for a Polio Masters With Party was, embroidered; with seed During the business meeting .

I tag day, March 3, and the On crown presided: over by the presi- lessons are being
SHOUT YOUR THANKS pearls. The bridal bouquet was
sewing contest March dent, Mrs. Perryman, plans '
I Vogue yen ever Tuesday and
BECM10FMAMV: v., I :2;, by their chairman, Mrs. J. and Mrs. A. W. Masters of white carnations.The orchids and. white were discussed for the annual Thursday afternoon at the Pratt M I M I E R J
\ fea hered
: JOIN! THE'RANKS/ I I V. Rowe and Mrs. Tom Casey. pleasantly surprised at Silver Tea. Street Playground for school!
*ere :
.Srtt\ f fI told of the' maid of honor, Miss L. G. Powell presenteda 9J.f i iutnoittl
I : Mrs. J. C. Sawyer an anniversary party given in Mrs I chilt':en.I ) !t I
t t ;I card party planned for Feb. tneir home Saturday night, Karan Romedy, sister of the historical program by reading -I -RVr-->.m,. -3'IFi..!_' -_ A"5fl.__ ..1.,,.,,,,,,,"t-. ,,,,,.....,. u: I (
I 10 in cooperation with the daughters, groom, wore a light green or- an article on the happen.ngs j' :
NOW q:,: : Starke Woman's Club. Dec.Misses 30.Barbara by Masters, Linda jranza street length dress and in Florida 100 years ago. i I children may take! lessons. .ud LTD.Ik .

Refreshments were served in liuis and Arlene Masters. {L .'carried I a nosegay of yellow She also read a letter from !from 4:30: 5:45: high school Ii I

i the sunroom by the hostesses: The attractive lace covered mums. Robert E. Lee of Arlington, i students will be eligible.

1 j Mrs. J. V. Rowe, chairman, refreshment table was center- The flower girl. Dena Cay Va. to his son, Curtis, who was 1- ,

Mrs. O. LAbercromble.: Mrs. pa with a flower arrangementand i Stokes, wore a dress of the Rationed at West Point, en

COMFORTAND 1 I Carl Lamar Johns, Mrs. Arch a three-tiered white and I same color anj material as he happenings at home on I
<(< SHOE
SAVE I Thomas Jr., Mrs. S. R. Johns ;pink anniversary cake was that of the maid of honor. Christmas. 1851. RACK'S

f CONVENIENCE t l III and Mrs. Jerry Hicks. placed at one end. ind earned a basket of yellow l. : 1
Several guests called during rose petals. Mrs. Love 80
: John Woods Given die evening to help celebratethe Walter McKenzie was best ,

occasion. while ushers were Samuel -i I
man. Of Ocala/
NOTICE i' Dinner Party B. Miller brother of the

I I: By His Children Police DepartmentGiven bride_., and.. Philip. A. Spiak. Mrs. Sarah Udora Love 80,,, ,
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Water Dinner
of I
I John S.
in the education -
To Customers surprised was held day in Ocala. She was born
I Street was pleasantly PriestsThe building of the church. and
for By Clyde Feb. 16, 1881 in Alabama
iat I
I dinner party
'!him Sunday on his 69th birth Starke Police Department The bride \is a graduate of had lived in Marion County /4 We Are Cleaning House! Don't
Dependable, Qualified his chil Bradford County High since 1927. She was the widowof
Servicemen Available At :day anniversary by was honored at a dinner School, anj Andrew CollegeIn the late Rev. S. R. Love,

All Times !dren.Mr.: Woods' eleven children, Thursday evening, January Mrs.4. Cuthbert, Ga. She also attended and a member of the WyominaPark Miss These Terrific Values!
i of Mr. and
families were at the home Scarritt College in Baptist Church. j,
Dependable I who, with their Clyde Priest, assisted by Mrs Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. Love is survived by,
celebrate the occasion -
are: Estelle Foster, Lavon Andrews. Mr. Romedy is attending eight daughters, including Mrs. ,
flanked by
Yellow roses of Starke, two
I Jacksonville University. Jessie Young
GAS SERVICE Buck Woods, Louis Woods, all candles in silver candleholders
and four sisters.
Woods, at home at 1421 iOnS,
',of Live Oak; Tommy tabu They are
used as a
:Rose Lee, Alfred Woods and were Gay Street in Jacksonville. Funeral services were held at '
j' I1 centerpiece. 10 a.m. Thursday in the Heirs -
of Starke. ,
Bottle Travis Woods, all the Savings
affair were
11 the
,. .Charlie Woods, and Pete Woodsof entire police department and Recent Births. Funeral Home chapel, Ocala, E\w'wwI/e '
with interment in Fellowship
:' Bulk Lake City, Allen Woods of special guests, Mayor Randal WOMEN'SFLATS
I Lake Wales, and John W Bradford County Hospital an- Cemetery. I ,
Rev. Leo Hebert, I,
'I j :( ,Woods of Lakeland. The family, Chitty nounces the following births SHOES '
Metered the
I;when all together, numbered 55 pastor Church.of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Henry Mr. Padgett, 55 Ii /t I Savings! m 'I

r I enjoying the occasion. Terr'
Paulk, Starke, a daughter,

PHONE Baptist Circles Gayle Edwards Suzette Mr. and, Jan.Mrs.4. William Juliar Of Maxville/ :: 1" TO 4.99. .. 460 Prs. 2.99 $

To Meet Celebrated I 16th Henfroe Sr. of Archer, a son. Preston Padgett, 55 died I II 7. !, All Sizes and Widths .
964-7551 7.W
I I AnniversaryMiss Timothy Scott, Jan. 5. Wednesday, Jan. 3, at his home' Savigs
i,;' Circles of the :Madison Street Mr. and Mrs. Paul I. Meng I in Maxville after a long illness.
:, Baptist Church met this weekas I I Gayle Edwards cele- j Starke, a son, Michael William ,He was a life-long resident of

) follows: I 'rated; her 16th birthday an- II Jan 6. Clay County and a member of

Circle 1 at the home of Mrs.'I I aiversary Saturday night, I Mr. and Mrs. Tommy F. Grif- the Long Branch Baptist -

J George Pierce on Tuesday, Jan. Jan. 6. at a sinner party at i i'LalIaisCn jfis I Starke. a daughter, Cathy Church. MANY
2. Circle 2 at the home of Mrs.:' restaurant in Jack- :lEla'ne i : Jan. 6. Surviving are his widow, S ALL

t J. T. Lawson, Tuesday evening,: sonville. i I ilr. and Mrs. Edward G. Sax- Mrs. Leona Harris Padgett;{his

tI Jan. 9. Circle 3 at the home of" The eight guests enjoying Dn Sr., Hampton, a son, Edward mother, Mrs. Nancy Padgett;'' ALL wmlEN'S HUNDREDS

tI I Mrs. Gladys Wasdin, Tuesdayevening. :I I the affair included her par- Gellioun, Jan. 7.Mr. four daughters, Mrs. Louise NATIONAL

II j I nts' Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ed- Whitlock, Miss Betty Padgett,' Dress-Heel SHOES
I and Mrs. Germaine Rich-
Miss Edith and Miss
sisters, Dianne, Padgett
-I Ij j wards, her MORE AT
I -_ and Mrs. J. M. High, and ard Welles. Orange Park, a son. Barbara Jean Padgett; seven' ADVERTISEDALUES TO 1699
I Bartram .Thomas Richard, Jan. 8. sons, Samuel E., L. J., J. C.,

I.; j PECAN GROWERS ''I'Il i School rlassmates, Jacksonville.The from Lewis, Wilford Tommy, and Now 499

I dinner party concluded Huggins Speaks ,Wayne Padgett; and two sis: BRANDS S 399-. 499

l Spanish Moss I could be costing you hundreds of dollars I with a large, attractively decorated To Rotary Club ;I ters, Mrs. Ellen :May Kennedy
and Mrs. Thelma Oliver, all of
I in loss of nut production. Don't take Chances. birthday cake.

Call us for FREE ESTIMATE. i i An image of Bradford Coun-'I Maxville; and one brother, All Sizes and Widths

}' FLORIDA PEST CONTROL I High School PTA ty agriculture "on the move"' Vernie Padgett services, Lawtey.Funeral were. held

was portrayed by County You Men Are Not
& CHEMICAL CO. To Meet Tuesday Agent G. T. Huggins in a talk Long at 2 p.Branch m. Saturday Baptist Church in the Forgotten!

I I 539 E. Call Phone 964-3965 i 1 f at the Rotary Club Wednesday.
with Rev. John Sellers officiating -
t I 'I'I The Bradford High .School I Prograss made in the farm ,
assisted by Rev. Melvw
I PTA will meet Tuesday nightat
picture in recent was at-
8 o'clock in the cafeteria. I Watson. Burial was in the1Long

OPENING I The program will be a stu- tributed better by relations the county and a agentto spiritof Branch Cemetery.I I, Shoes 'JARMAN''Shoes!

y dent panel on "Teenage cooperation between the
V will be
lems. Taking part
: j, farmers and businessmen, the Cub Scouts
Saturday,' January 13 I John Adams president of the solving of labor shortage by establishment -|
< student council as moderator, of a labor camp in BanquetThe

,: and panelists, Bernice Collins the county, improved farming January Cub Scout Committee VALUES 99'Do yourself a favor and see
NEMRN STUDIO i Jane Bigham, Susan Slade I practices, such as soil fumigation -' NOW'
j'! Jack McComb, and Linda liming, and the use of:home of'W.meeting 1!.was Smith held Tuesday at the TO 22.95 these unheard of values at this

114 N. Walnut Street ''I j, Wasdin. plastic mulch on strawberries. I II 'night at 7:30. Plans were discussed 'g* unheard of Price!

Refreshments will be servedby Huggina said that he knewof !I: for the Blue and Gold _

PORTRAITS COPIES the ninth grade mothers. I several instances in recent -j'Banquet to be held Feb. 27.

i PHOTO FINISHING Eastern Star i have given months up where off-the-fannj farmers|Dr.Attending T. G. Ritch.the meeting chairman were; D. OTHER MEN'S SHOES -- 4.99 TO 11 ." -- W. L DOUGLAS

Sets Election I 'os and have returned to full-I!E. Champion. Richard B. Rod-
; j time cultivation of the soil. He!I
'ermond, F. W. Graudon, E. D.
i 1I ';",' : .. i Of Officers I said this was a good indication:
;1 Elder B. L. Moxley committeemen
;that agriculture in the county i!!;
I I ij'! The Order of Eastern Star'is ming back into its own.Huggins I I ; Mrs. John Torode. Mrs. The ShOES
I I.'thws: 10 A. M.' 5:00 P. M. '
i' will hold an election of offi-'I was introduced by,Fowler, :Mrs. Robert 'Myrick,

I Tuesdays Fridays Saturdays ii'i cers Monday night Jan. 15.'Murray Tillman; who' had;;and Mrs. J. C. Fogg, Den

11 II II present.All members are urged to be i charge of hit program. j:Mothers. 119 N. Walnut Street Starke


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i ccrn popping and marshmallOW o: W. C, Burnes.

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy :'T- Wiggins Claimed Right lo'Held Seat t \ MELROSEBy Miss roast"Marian"party. Bass celebrated -f I I candidates Paran Church for church received mem-two

Mrs. Alice RothhamrnerI her 16th birthday !, bership on Sunday. They are

Mary ,K. Schaeffer ':' Wednesday: Jan. 3 Mrs. Calvin Price by letter

A A A A A.A AAAl.i.. i.. .. .. a:.. i.-.... ......................... .. ..... ..&.AAAAAAAAAAAJ.. iLL :& ., Unless Ream Also Stepped AsideThe I I LAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAALAAAA I:I Woman's Club I I and Miss Doris Price, for bapiism. -

;'f.7V'k I: Mr. and: Mrs. Clarence The Melrose Woman's Club| Both are residents ofl

Keystone. Girls! Trounce I' January 22, 23, and 24 are iI : Holden were recent guests of I, met Wednesday, Jan. 3. at Florahcme.j .
utg* Park35 the days scheduled for I run-off election set. for the club house.
Keystone Heights was Luncheon
I Mr.
and Mrs.
Ronald West in and
Mrs. B. J. Alderman
On Saturday evening the semester exams at Keystone L :Council tab1e' a tied a "spare"for Tuesday, Jan. 16. and it was I'I Windermere. : served at 12 noon, followed by j
i Mrs. Charleyene Brantley of
:eystone Heights '. GIrLS'aetbU Heights SchooL January 25 about an hour Tuesday 1 generally assumed that Beam (Continued on Iext PagCRANUIN e>
: Mr. and : .
Mrs. Dock Tison Grandin, 'and'Mrs. Frank
team met the Oringe will be a school holiday:! anda light wheii;& E> Wiggins refused -, would continue sitting on the (1.and children
I spent Monday Price and Mrs. Calvin Price
Park. Girls at"Starke.. planning day for the teachers. to vacate 'his seat unless -1 Council until the voters made |. with Mrs. Tison's .....v................ '
father. G. of Florahome attended a stol'ki'hower
and the Keystone Girls! defeated The Second Semester will 1 him
Councilman. M. [BUn a final choice between

their opponents 35-15. begin on January 26. Time'swastin' 4 '_ ,., I Beam also stepped down. :; an? Watkins. The assumptionvas ; i r fS.Mr.Chamberlin, in Micanopy. for Mrs. Raymond
and Mrs. Rebert Fin-
Harvey the former Dorothy
Starting the game were Forwards .,- '____ __ (' I The muddled situation arose based on a provision: in frock
At Party _____ Constance Finfrock, Price of Florahome, given by
Nancy Sutton. Ruby Ccnne: ns.Honored I El A I'' as the result of a tie vote in : the presen charter that an who is
a senior at Duke Uni- home
Mrs. Gilbert Reed at her
Lane Smith. and Carol Camp- 'MK- and Mrs. Ed Conneen ; ; the December election between official shall hoM of fire: unrl I ,i B? Sirs. Rebecca Brantley
i- \ersity, and Robert FinfrockJr. of Lake Swan last Saturday
bell; and Guards Reba Hall, were guests cf honor on Saturday : r ,Beam and Roy 1. Watkins. A t'. l his successor is elected and ., a freshman at Vanderbilt ,.AAAAAAAAAAAA'&'J.AU night. .

pinny Campbell, and Barbara evening Jan. 6, at a I quclififd.Wiajins.. .
all of Winter
brake. Other girls who played dinner party given for them i- I Park visited Miss Barbara Herring of Friends will regret to learnof
hwever. took the
; ,
; Booklets Mr. and :Mrs. H.
41 I'
I Fallout Murphy
liming:: the game: were. Forfoards ty their. friends" at Gene John-I I. _ _ ---- oosition: ; Tuesday night that recently. i,1 Gainesville has returned the recent death of lIr"Iaida

Jo Wildt, Carot Wolfe ion's 'Sea Food Place at Ma- : Are Ava'laMe; hcme after spending the holidays I :\ Rodgers Bush of Nash
1t iCt due to Keystone's totem pole !I Mr. and
,, 1. Mrs. W. H. Allen
; \\ ; with her aunt Mrs. Cal- vile Tenn. and Putnam Hall.
_ Marian Beasley: andGuard's tanzas Beach. The Conneens .. i ,
find --- ,_.'& 1.A' system of electing councilmen
'S i and
family spent New YearsDay
I At CD Office
I .r7.{,- ; lie Rye.
[ Viola Ridaught and are being transferred to John- : 'where all candidates run "atlarge" 1 with relatives in Quincy. i, 1 Mrs. W. D. Gornto has been
''hyllis Ma3LNnoy sonville, Tenn. as of January I I JI Maj. ana Mrs. Frank Walters quite ill at her home for the
--t- : with the seats going to Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Tibbes .'
scored 6 '. Rav Change, CIa County and daughter of Austin,
; Sutton IS. About 2ff couples of Key- : ;: -.i-r: : The ones with the highest "I of ..ast week. Others listed: among

[points; Ruby Lane Smith Atone' folks met at city hall 1 ..".. i- it r ,h; director of Civil Defence. an- ; number pf votes he had as I Bardwell. Ky.sited their Texas have returned home ; the sick are: Mrs. Rosa Brant-

.cored 14; Carol Campbell, 8; about 6. p. m.. and formed a ..,:. t,;;"..:...... -:'":- :',.""). ,I !'unr0 ; : .. ..:t ', i and Mrs. T. H. Berry recently.
llane McMurtry, 6; and Jo motorcade t() drive to their I Idfst1ii ." ;*". << -''.' '': : received a thousand conies' of Beam until the run-off J ere with Maj. Walters' uncle 'Jon Brantley
.'T'f'f; ",.. the booklet, "Fallou Protec'ton ,i Bill Preston is in Alachua and aunt and Mrs. H. B.
11dt.i I.Coach. U n. The group had ; :. i i Mr. homer
B. J. Alderman
week. :
: liection next
;:: : ; General
"' '.- '....:.... ." \ What To KNOW And, ,. Hospital in Gaines- : Skes.
Herring was justly chipped in to purchase a go- I--- --- With six councilmen seat- I "ille.i ; I was the scene of a birthday
forwards, but for'the' Con DO, About Nuclear Attack : Pvt. Melvin Cumbus of Fort
of her ing-away gift ;
proud New Acting Postmaster Given Award : for free distribution. I td 'at the five-man table i Mr. and Mrs. Hershal Bar- party honoring Lynn
Jackson S. C. and the Misses
she wants It known that her neens. and Charlie McGlave I i I I Goodbread of Florahome on
I Ir
t iusiness was stalemated for rmgton and family of Ala-
guards worked especially hard nade: the presentation. It I I'as r Anv resident ofClav County II | Sylvia Leach nd Loretta Lukewere : Thursaynight.. Dec. 28.
By Mary Sehaeffer serving our community in the i desiring! of this 46-I more than an hour as Free- bama, Mr. and Mrs. Arno
delivering the ball in order a lovely coffee-maker. I a copy I I Thursday night dinner; Those enjoying the occasion
Post Office for the past I mont Toiles attorney for Tiedgecn and
Ray Sandifur of Jacksonville 18i booklet is asked to callrr family of :
page of Jimmie David
for the forwards to score. Besides the Keystone mem- I i I guests I 1 Edward Varnes Ilene
field service officer from I years. write to the Director ofrivil !Wiggins, argued with Myron::1 i Columbus, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. .I were
On the Orange Park team bers of the party there were I and ,Linda Strickland. Pvt.
i Truly a local girl., Gladys- Prevatt, representing the William Wolfe and Rye.Mr.
scored 7 the Post Office Department : Defense, Clay County I family, I and Mrs. John Grout
'Margaret Holmes two couples from Jacksonville, Melvin Cum Sylvia Leach,
was in Keystone. Heights j 'vas born in Melrose, the only i P. O. Box D, Keystone council, who had given an Mrs. Stella Stanley and Miss I :, U5
points while Margaret Smith Mr. and Mrs Bill Siprelle and :have returned home i Luke and Jimmie
cored. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whittle, Thursday. Jan. 4.; to present child of Mr. and Mrs. R. U"I. Heights, Fla., phone 4260. I opinion that Beam should re- Beulah Sargent, all of Key :I spending several l days in Mi- I Loretta ,

I Acting Postmaster Gladys Til- I Tillis. She was a member of I The booklet will be mailed.!main., seated until Tuesday's stone Heights were recent i i and David Rye.
looked tmi.
girls, ,
The ill former Keystoners. i
fine In their: new uniforms. I Keystone Women Golfers I i his a Certificate Award for i ii the class of 1932 at Melrose postpaid to those who request:! I mn-off. guests of Mr. and Mrs. James I,I Your Grandin correspondent t| Joe Johnson, son of Mr.

Members of the girls' cheer- In TournamentThe i the fine work she has been I I, High and during her last two:i it. Lines have been sharply L. Price Jr. i was a business visitor !in :', and Mrs. R. L. Johnson, has
doing in the Keystone Heights years of high s'chool shed drawn in recent Keystone Miss Rita Tiller spent a I Gainesville last Friday : returned home from Ft. Jack-
do not play returning -
,Ing team who the Keystone Heights office. Miss Tillis has been i',drove a school bus carrying;i elections between progressiveand week visiting Mrs. Bobby Mc- to Melrcse, where she ,I oon, S. C. He was not accept-
basketball will '
Women Golfers Associationheld .35 students. Shortly after!i Club believes that "Leadershipis I conservative factions, Farland Mr. and Mrs. Johnny pd for"military service due to a
'games with the team to lend : I visited: Mr. and Mrs. John W.
its first tournament onFl'ida'o I -- sratfuation! Gladys went to I measured: by the lives it en- .with Beam and Wiggins us.! Newsom, Mr. and Mrs. : back injury and high _blood

support, starting Friday even- Jan. 5. Tournament : ork for Miss Helen Lawrence Jack McElveen and I' Perry returning to Grandin ,I pressure.
i KEYSTONE \ :"lches-not; by those it dom- ually at opposite poles. With family, Sunday afternoon.
Jan. 12, with the game 11
ng Chairman Frieda Wyman divided *ho was then principal of inates." the election of two of the so- and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Tiller I Mrs Eva Belcher of Cairo, : Mrs. : B. A. Barrington of

n Baldwin. the membership into KALENDARThursday i iI Keystone High I Itchool. Uon I | and family in Hartsville S. C. I calling her "
I I Heights Hold Dinner MeetingThe called "Old Guard" in December -, : Ga. is visiting her sister, Mrs. .Melrose was on \

t\' The Keystone Heights the following four teams: I II; [Yes we had a high ; Keystone Heights Lions I the balance of power be- Among those attending the I Ethel Brockman, for several : 'iece, Mrs. Marshall Strick

VI Joys' team will' play Friday "The Drivers": Gena Christ- I I school then -and Miss Law- Club held their regular, : tween progressives and conservatives Clay Co-op Maintenance Department -I weeks: i land of Florahome, Wednesday -

'r )ght also. There'was to be offers, May Henderson, Mary Jan. 11 icnce is now Dr. Heln Mer- monthly dinner meeting on on the council barbecue at the I : '.of last week.INSURANCE. .
A. G. Hinson has
i Mrs. -
'! i boys' team this year at the Brokas, Lois Walker and Duplicate Bridge Club, 10 a. II rill, Dean of Women at Jacksonville : Monday evening, Jan. 8, at hinges on next Tuesday's run- home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. : to her home in,Grandin I I- \.f

\ originally but a group Kathy Redfearn. "The Put- m.. Woman's Club. ]. I Stanley Mr. and Mrs. '
I University the Masonic Hall. The Junior off between Beam and Wat- were after several months !
lool' boys,.who especially I Ir i I ters": Pansy Hawes, Sue Community Church Choir Following her employment Woman's Club had prepared I Carl Hagglund Jr., Mr. and I with her daughter: Mrs. JamesH. | Auto-Fire-Casualty

a team got together Dwyer Vesta Aiken, Elva Practice 7:30 p. m. j. with Miss Lawrence Gladys a delicious sea-food dinner kins.Wiggins' reluctance to re- Mrs. Elmo Yarborough, Mr. Shearrer, in Miami. Bonds and Allied Lines

d started practicing. Coach Stedham, and Erma Rushton. DeMolays meet, 7:30 p. m., vas companion to Mrs. E. A. for the Lions that evening. I and Mrs. Dock Tison, and Mr. i i
I jjiquish his seat Tuesday: Gerry Gornto, USN, has
returned -
offered his series. .
,..ke Burdges "The Chippers" Frieda Wy- Masonic Hall. Smith of Keystone Heights Lion O. J. Amann, third vice basedon and Mrs. Jack Miller. I! Reynolds Insurance
I night may have been to San Diego, Calif.
.Jso now, they, have a !nan, Zee Tolles Lucille Da- Junior Woman's Club Meeting and was also companion to i iI president of Riverside Lions Rev. I Tom Capell, former !
the apprehension that aaew after spending leave I Agency
'f have I a 30-day
Jjettrgood team. They vie, Aggie Watson and HazelMKay 8 p. m. I i iFrida.y. Mrs. C. E. Sprower before gO- : Club of Jack onyijle, thespVaier. pastor of the Baptist
} I.ws.
atne permanent chairman Church// with his family Mr. and Mrs. W, L. Reynolds
!bne I lot of practicing : "The Sandblasters": '
Jaiu 12 mg"to; tk for'Mr. and 'Mrs.:' Lion Amann's hobby visited friends "here ,
park, at school, and at theftelrose 1 Fern Garber, Sylyia O'Connor i| Women Golfers Association Frank :Walrath Jr. for two is rescue work. He is a mem would be elected at that meet- Mrs. Dorothy Englekey is !; II. H. Gornto. I Ph.2U22701
with Beam the
I'I'i .ng Mrs. Wilma Stratt and
gym. Come' out'have and no ,I Ully Lee Louise Nelson, and i i meeting, 10 a. m., Country years. In 1943, she started her : ber of the Jacksonville Emer- (deciding vote. home after a brief stay in i family of Jacksonville were i_ Keystone. Heights, Fla.:.

I .je ttem, play. They Kitty Martin. I Club. work at the post office. r.ency'Squad, ,and spoke on Alachua General Hospital. __ _
gul4" games, but I i Beam and Watkins had I --- -- U
scheduled all in '
The results not:
are Luncheon .
; Club ,
Rotary I
She her
j j and parents now mouthto -mouth resusita- Mrs. E. M. Robinson attended -
"jhey \!LU play fill-In 'gamesfim'e j' as' yet as some matches will ,112:15: noon Masonic Hall. J reside on Lakeview Drive'next1 i l9fl. He was accompanied to! previously made a "gentle- : : th'e' 7edding of her
Bone Up' week. I man's agreement," however, i AnnouncementEffective
0 be during
/ basketball
Boys a.1 girls play door to the Bill Beams. Keystone Heights by five I aiece, Miss Mary Grimmett,

.. I Golf Pro Les Stephenson ,I in Baldwin this evening. Gladys is a member of the I other- members of the Riverside that Beam would: : not vote on ,' in Stevenson, Ala.

bUll holds golf lessons on Duplicate Bridge Club, 8 p. i Community Church of Key- Lions Club.' A Board of any controversial issue at the January 1, 1962, the name of
Facial Hair. morning and afternoon ( Jan.. 9 meeting'without conferring i Miss Jane Smiih of Sardus,
Tuesday tone Heights,and is active in 1! Directors meeting followedthe The Walrath Insurance Agency in
N. J. visited Mr. and Mrs.
and m.Sunday with Watkins and I
Gone Forever Thursday morning Jan. 14 the : Community Church- > dinner. .
; Friday morning at 9 a. m. before Attend church in the 'Nomen's.Orgnlzation reaching a mutual agreement. i John Ross recently. Keystone Heights \' tfas'changed to:
your !' belonging Now it can behold. Santa'ssleigh
'Medically Approved !MethodsThbeetway the regular meeting time I elsewhere After Prevatt and. Tolles i Mr. and Mrs. Lee Parker .'
J :i. mSee notices to the Nightengale j wasn't drawri by reindeer -
( 10 I I, had argued the issue at i I tpent Saturday deep-sea fishing b
at a. m. ,
| m this column. For recreation she likesto i
Circle. in the Keystone area on

eliminate thia exproblem to- Mrs. Warren Honors Community Church annual fish. swim, play cards, Christmas Eve, 1961-but by length, Tolles finally advised;1 from Cedar Key. The Murrhee Insurance gency
Wiggins to step aside, and he
.. House Guest
Principal and Mrs. Clarence
meeting after morning ser bowl, and play golf. Lions! A number' of homes -
.. ., cs W. Warren entertained relinquished his place at the
Mrs. J. Holden had
.. '.. vices. On December 26, Gladys were visited, including thoseof as guests to cele-
v' i: la to come in I
I table of bridge council table. > '
with a Community Church Young A'as,. officially appointed Acting families. brate the New Year's arrivalMr.
two needy
as Richard Murrhee t took'.over the
!: ; professional '
*" '". request Mond y-morning, Jan. 8, hon- People Meet 7 p. m., educa- ..Postmaster,,but-the awards The next meeting of the The lawyers agreed how and::! Mrs. Gilbert ,Bouck .

I. (..3 adviceA: oring her' house guest Mrs. tional building. : 'A' not made until January 4." Keystone Lions will be in the ever that due to the fine legal of Miami, Mrs. Charles Smith Agency, in March 1961. ,

'' : \.caw analysis bow can Anna McDonald. Guests included Monday Jan. 15 I Ii During her years at the Post: j I Den on Monday night, Jan. points involved, under the I I of St. Mary's Ga., John Mar-
: detenni&e
I ., f to with .your Mrs. Helen Phelps, i Catechism. St. William's! Office!: she has had the.. opportunity -; 22, at 7:30: 'p. ra. "totem pole" system in determining -! tin, Crescent City-,.While the We' hope to have the pleasure'of serv-

:, i' cope Mrs. Alice Ketchunr.,and Mrs. : which councilman parents socialized, .Shelley,
Grades 1-6. 3:45: p. m. I Water BillsIf
,J:( 4)f hair condition.There to know everyone! !, action I I ing all our customers with equally good
i Stella Elmore. At the close of Children's Art Class, 3::30 ...' was legally seated, any Betsy, and Lance Holden en-
you're the
,t. *A I Is no, in .town. and has mad many :' one..who pays taken Tuesday night might 'I
lot- the session of. bridge, Mrs. p. m., at Dot Newman's.TeenAgers l' the bills at yourhouse, this I irtained their cousins, Char-I servitt'

E. Dwyer charge con: Warren served luncheon to Instructions, St. friends who now conrafqlate: I ItIer. probably came as a pleasant I he subject to litigation.It I les. Susan. and Linda Smith, I

sultation. i. her,guests. William's 7 p. m- and wish her, well In all;. surprise.to" you: was aecided, therefore, to i, Johnny Martin, Cathy, Judy, .,.
the meeting until Tues -
,Electfolotfst Eastern Star News- Community Churchwomen's' : her future undertakings. Beginning the..first of 1962, recess 9f''I -
day night, Jan.
The regular. meeting of Circles meet. afternoon and J water meters wU be read and
? Years. : the election. Council will meet
((1 Experience) _
Eastern Star Chapter 279 was evening. i bills rendered'quarterlY.. '
Ea.stern1 I at that time, canvass the vote, KEYSTONE HIS --MELROSE
107 W. Cniv. Ave, Gainesville :
1 St. William's Altar Society will-be held at
: *ield'January 2: It was an informal rs Those who rent will be required !
and seat the winner of the .
(Call FR -8039 for, appointment I meeting" with regular I meets, 7:30: in recreational Star "Chapter 279"meeting to pay $7.50 in advance.. 3eamWatkins run-off. It will i

business of the order and the hall at 8 o'clock. All officers and Community Church Notes'
(E .. I then proceed to transact business !- .
: Community Church Board i ii members are urged to be present The Annual Meeting of the postponed from this ,1 BUSINESS I DIRECTORYAPPLIANCE ,

of Stewards meets 7:30: p. m., to support their candidates Community Church will be
educational building. : for 1962. Hostesses for Tuesday. j ,
i held after Church Services 1 ___ '
Adult Art Class, 8 p. m., at 1: the refreshments and social Sunday .morn1ng.:'JaL 14. At One of these matters will I II I -
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1 r be the proposed lease of a I
.-- Dot Newman's. i hour after the meeting will be, this meEting." reports of the,. ten-acre tract at'the Keystone !f SERVICE i if LUMBER \Vin fred r H:

CAP Cadets, 7:30: p. m. Chairman Mrs. Ruby Tyre, various organizations'wfll': be \
:. Airport to a newly organized CRAWFORD
KEYSTONE.'STATE BANK Tuesday, Jan. 16 Assisted by Mrs. Aughtrey given. Officers ,who will serve I Itric. Wheeler Service Co. San Lebrydo
concern, Florida Powder Co., Rg. Real Estate Broker
: Mass at St. William's, 7:45 Vance Mrs. Ruby Wiggins
three years will be elected. GR 5-2401
.,. for the manufacture of.. Lumber Co. Lake Properties Acreage
a. m. and Mrs.\ Irene Williams. The Community Churchwomen -. '
and' blast- between Keystone and Melrose .
Increased Savings Interest Boy Scout Troop 105 meets Home Demonstration Notes \ CIrcleS will meet Monday fireworks casings We Specialize in Custom t'I' Ranches Business City
; ;ng: agents. Vance Powell is servicing both areaa r Homes Rentals
al ::30 p. m.. Community The Melrose Home Demonstration Jan. 15, as follows: Circle Cut Extra Lengths
president of the company:> S WASHERS "We Take A Personal Interest
.... ,I Church educationaf.building.. .I II .I Club meets on the. } 1 J, with. Mrs. Walter' J.! which "would start with about S tELEVISION Materials In Your Requirements"

Eastern Star Chapter 279, : fourth Thursday of each Grolick. as leader will:meet at four, employees, but, would expand -,I Cement Mortar Mix-
I i S Midway: Keystone Heights *
I I a p. m.. Masonic Hall. i I month, which means that the I 1 p. m.;, with Mrs. Grolick on In the future. it was ANYTHING ELECTRIC Sheet Rock i Melrose

ON REGULAR 'Garden Circle of Woman's I II next meeting will be January t Lake, Santa Fe.,., : said. Powell was present Tues(all work guaranteed servicing -Mill on llyw 21 at Middleborr,i'. .

1 If at' I Club meets at 2 p. m. t 25. The Melrose Club is just i Circle 2, with ? ?s...R. A. day night but no official action 'i, satisfied customersi III vi ay. 21-Open Soaday:
Phone BU 2-5272 r'
Wednesday Jan. 17 one of 16 clubs in Alachua Gaunt as leader will meet.in could be taken on his i since '47 GR 52981HESTAURANT
I I t
2'.yO SAVINGS! I Community Church FamilyNightSupper,6:30P.flL I County and members can I, the educational building with,proposal. : .
L find something of interest to 1 1'I J. W.Kingsbury New officials sworn in Tuesday i ,

<0 ACCOUNT. Men's Night Owl Bowling .' everyone: New memberstare i Mrs. F.: W: Schroeder as hostesses -! R. L. ,. -. .
night were Mayor ..
League 7 p. m., Gainesville. I'I always ,welcome, and invited|I II at 1:30 p. m. Walker, and Councilman Al The BOAT Barn Keystone ,, s. .

,. ", ,I. St. Anne's Junior. Choir to come to, visit. The subject Circle 3. with Mrs. F. E. Watson and: Don Pangborn. I, Millwork Skop %-. '

1 .. AND. i Practice, 1:30: p. m. i I j lox, study on January 25 will i i iI StItch rry as leader will meet 'City Clerk Jack Haberstroh I HELBOSE GR 52701NRUDE CABINETS DOORS r r.Meet: Tiaiir.?r' FriendsLawrence's

t. ', v *" .:' :, St. Anne's Senior Choir'I be 'AccessOries for the.Home"..'! with Mrs Sara McDonald at 'who recently submitted 'his ;H. t .
..- ': ...e' [I I Practice. p-.rn.. On -January SI. there will ,be 1:30, p. m. resignation to' be effective L J WINDOW,

Thursday, January 18 workshop meeting on lamp- Circle 4'Wlflr Mrs A. F. SCREENS : Dinette
a I t Jan. 1 fSTeed' torelh1 I1 in SALES & I
1' I I Trinr Materials '
j .
.. .. BEER ; GOOD
Crosby. leader will meet t
Duplicate: Bridge .Crab 10 making. You can, always use as the p..r. until an appointment I II i;

: L ON.. YEAR i av In.. Worn i's Club.DeMolays .. '.' another lamp so why notcome with Mrs. J. A., :Williams on I call be made by the new SERVICE [ sash Made To Order ..I- Open ILL, m. to 9 p. m.t .

how it's. Lake Brooklyn at,1:3(1( m., I i Keystone Heights t Mon. thru Saturday
: .meet Masonic out and see ; p. council at its Jan. 16 meeting: -i.
% TIME cone. ."Circle ,5, ,with Mrs. ;John i : \ I' I, Closed Sunday
j. I aU.] 7:30: p, m. .J.JI' I -: -
Karges leader.will; STORE'Shaughnessy's
as meet at 11 '
Choir i iI On January 25,; the meeting 1 t FLOICIST I Hiway 21" Keyatone Hefrhb!

CERTIFICATES I''I Community' Church' : will be called to'order by the, t:30 p. m< ''and. the place: .of i'p. m, :the'' Boat::'.a: stewards. ,

Practice, 1::30 p. m. pres denf at 2 pv m."Mrs. Gns meeting will.' be announced. f wil. hoJd its regular_,monthly I Edna Wil1iaFLORISTNURSERY !r-

OF DEPOSITTHE'KEYSTO Alderman will install the new The ,Nightengale Circle, t meeting.; At this- timer newly i PACKAGE. STORE. '. WELL BILLING

for'i officers: MTS..L. B.-Nicholson.\ with, Mrs.., Loon Wagner as. fleeted I ,officers will,take their !
of the officers FLOWERS
; advancing OPEN 8 A. M.-12 P. M. DAILY
r.ext year. ,Hostesses for the I president;, Mrs Clarence. Perry leader will' meet in the educational : -t places] .on the board- For All Occasions CLOSED, SUNDAYS' '' -".

i: social hour and refreshments I\ vice president:, Mrs. G.. A. building at ,8 p. in.. I 'The. Family Night Supper \IeIro5ePh nC:, OR 5-2331 Keystone Melrose Highway *'WELL. DRILLING
Her- with Wally Muhlhofer Continued on next Pa:#\ ., '
Godley. secretary j, Mrs. .Mrs I
I STATE: BANK ",-ere Nettle Stitchberry: and I iPLTJPS. .. :
IiaIe ;
.Mrs Titus. Congratulations aoan K. S Schroeder* ,treasure ;and Mrs. gh ZIk as hostesses. I GAS-BOTTLED REAL ESTATEC. 'ff' ,

-- '. Mrs. -A. delegate;' l" .. .
I f." and : G. Gadley: 8ERYIJELMATHEWS
extended'to Mr.
were /THE BIGHT, POINT for the'Ii.y I .f' .
I < ,MEMBER; RDJ.C. ... Mrs. Edward Hussey, on their and asst.. ..secretary'.Committee delegate,' The Rebeccas, with Mrs.I loa write, Come .in WIoeittt Keystone Gas Co. J. Pete ,O'Connor, t.
Mrs...T. L. Price. Donald Sh&cHefora's: 'leSS
I A Friendly*.Bank..tn'A Friendly Community wedding anniversary Jan. 2. and hostesses. I JOur, f arorite, ESTER- .24 HOUR SERVICE REALTOR ,
chairmanships Frank
and to Worthy Patron and er*will meet with'Mrs; t .- t
I Fountain Pea. ,
later <
Keystone 'Heights, Fla. .. .Mrs): ;, Ralph Crawford on their will be reported at a Bgen on Lake Brooklyn. Bay. I GRAPH. APPRAISALS .
Franchlsed, Distributor of MORTGAGES -
I l.cate. CIrcle.at8p.m. .
January 1 'anniversary.' .. ..
SAF-GAS Phone 4297 GR 5-5101
'On Jan.- 16. election of of- The Home Demonstration On:.Monday.Jan..15.at.7:30


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THURSDAY. JAN. II, 1962 ..

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.,....., y.y..yyy. yy hates to see them go. vyivyyyyyv4vv4 I YYYTVYYVYYYYYYVVYYVYVI end- I..n"m.i I y..yy ,I Those tfeitin Mrs. Amanda o -...," .,. #. ,-".' ,.",... !- _;4.--,._..or.. -,,, .. -",p .-w-.,

On April 23,- the Catholic I I I Mrs- Betty Thrift of Maci > % j I Lewis: last Saturday were: '

:KEYSTONE I Club will givs away beautiful to some !i .WYY.YTT..TYYYTyY MELROSF :I NR\Y\ RIVERBy !i.I denny with'- is her. spending son-ln-laor ths week'anddaughterRev. R.R.OOK.E';
HIGHLIGHTS lucky person: a ; I- .
*. J *
.i.iI i: ., anti :Mr i'TI ; : ; Vt" ;. lille.- Mrs. Ovid Lewis and t Notes
han1em'r4: ; imported lly ShirleytA&AAkAALAAALALLAAAAI Green '(::5..3 b. '

I .,&&&&&i&&i&, &.&_ .' Aj :,, lI"A'1! t....-'hMi. with a I [From Proceeding Pagela 1 Roy TurnerAAAAAAAAiAAjiAAAAAAAA' .1|I Howe, and children. : !, daughter.. : .. Gwinn of Talla- -r... '.l.'If: I' "., ".,..

tFrom' Proceeding. -Page'tid ] ,!I A'-7ftTi q4p'i"i.y Tlql'\1rtn'l. suit- I program on Civil Defense.Lt. \ ,I Mr. and Mr.. Truby Wainwright ., .:: uassee of and Starke.Mrs. Mrs.. Carrie Ihijrsm f''ci'1} DOROTHY ROSS;>: ,_*.: -

I t able fT t I1'* 'n".I*I1+ kind of Ccl. Harold Ashley, Deputyvin5 The trailer park .looks I I jaai; new*, "hachey' I Eathy? Iswis'.cf 'SlarYetasUis'Sa'nday :' : l ", .: .: .:.f Home' Demonstration'Agent

be held in the educational'kuiMing : partiP.'rim.! ... ......, .. -" i" j4nce Commander o* the \seinewhatuftsorted; after eight have a.naw :rat: gran.r::!: iIgh- ;! : night 'gusst d!-her Paul Emery and chil- '-
Wednesday evening, : mlr:1": .,of M ftv'hs Florida CAP,' was guest .t toilers 1 l leaving< early 'in the tef both Su'n-iay, Jan.)7. The i :I i.Tandnwth&r, Mrt. Amanda ,'i, dren..of Palatka were visiting ,: How To Choose Oranges ,, making a new, time payment

Jam 17, at 6:30 p. m. The !JOn!!. Tho i'n"n'. "IT" 1R inthP4 ,pP3ker.HnsteS3f'S. few Year. parents are Mr. and Mrs: Donn Lewis) her] mother,.Mrs. Eva Han-ell Look for oranges that are :'purchase should consideri .

Gaunt and Crosby, Circles will "'n?!, 'Tlip c 4- hirviq'a1 : "''''n for thi 1'm"heon'n MrsRhcda' Dowling and I Knight Jacksonville.: Mrs. I Mr.. and .Mrs. F. M. ,Vickery I It i during the New Year's week- I firm, heavy for their size, and j I i \\ portion: of the family -

be th charge of arrangements. t" Fr. ".1v41i ? ,nl\. laughter Jessie lazen-j i Knight is remembered' as.Betty t '.ndsons: 'of Gainesville visit-i i: end. have a fine-textured skin for i Income can be spared for -
t Al'n Gra- ; .tr
.pti were Mr* ,
the supper' a short I Wily mt ?.... q prrnr-T of the "IUTI. Mr Cnil H nl)1c,. Mrs. jy, have returned (to Miami ,I Wainwright.! ,,."r "t _' i I td :.A r. and Mrs.'Earl1 Green" :i I Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green !I the. variety. Oranges with a'' time.. payments without jeopardizins pI .....

niusieal program 'will' be presented E.W.Der. Catholic C'nt !sH fM? cut R. P. Hollis, Mrs. R- H. Kel'v. after spending a few of the Mrs WJ: WiJUnsonr who. and family last Sunday., 1 1I [ and: Mrs. T. W. Markey visited i i slight greenish tinge may be I'I't I! living standards.
arranged. by "Mrs. now voi| "an be eligible to get : Mr J. B. Lflclcpv. Mrs. lolidays; here. has spantj several days in St.Vinjent's I Mrs.; Rosa Pinhalster spent I i Mrs. R. K. Dukes in King I :ut as ripe as fully colored. i iI Consumers who. buy on .-=

this\ rr<7a? W. E. Moore, and Mrs. H C. The light' rain ws Raj lately ospitaL ;was able the' holidays: with Mr. and i Memorial Hospital in Lake I I ones. .. I Ii I i creditshould, use the same i X.
Notice The
Advance : an- IA A
PersonalsM the-Koihe'bf :I Mrs. Guy' Pinholster Jack- Butler Sunday, afternoon. I I Fresh like lot of
: Segur. :me at a good time, as the i to go to j oranges a I Ii : care in shopping for the

nual luncheon at the Park of *' />TiT q, MfT)'iro'd of :cbacco growers are preparing i in-law and daughter, Mr. and : sonville. i i'I i Mrs. Virginia Kelley of i ether fruits. are most economical i credit as in selecting the merchandises -

the Palms will':l::>e held on Clifton F',.w*. Va.. and{ her Officers for th" P:_W club. :and planting their tobacco 1 1.tedb Mrs. Cecil DobbS, ,an41clu'l! :'''I Mr. and Mrs. Perry O'Steen i Keystone' was visiting her ,, when in greatest :0
Monday Feb. 5. Keep this "par ar": Mrs C LBass. : ,
I c n. 'J''m"v. from Orlan!o."nf'nt :is. !: dreri Thuythek l -willrisit of Newberry were Thursday i: mother, Mrs. Alice Edwards, >! supply -r from December to of credit varies -
date in mind. Make "'reiden Mr L B Nisho'nn. !- The cost
your reservations -, rl"I1+,,.o'! with Mrand Troy Duke f.nished killing until she can com home. I I night guests of Mrs. Doshia i! Monay.! '1 May. Citrus fruits are oranges, to lender. Some ...... ..

with Mrs. Alma Vr:. .T. w Warren of East: vice! rresMpnt, ; ; Mrs. Iva hcgs and making sausage last I Prescott.Mrs. i: .i| grapefruIt, lemons; limes, tan- from lender ........
Frost, telephone 4301. 'Tillyer. recn"din? secretarY; j Mrs James'Temple attended factors affecting the cost are
I Taicpyip,: Drjvp. Mrs. McDon- week. We had some of the I tKmjKStJt.:: _;.;:zFIAMPTON'..';;;=0.-== J. H. Sullivan and i, the .j terines. satsumas. and tan-
Associational Girl'sAuxiliary the size of the loan, t.hev
Retiring officers of the Mrs. Pock Tison. f reswjn'ng -- I ,
?1d i is still with rh<> Warrens, smoked and enjoyed family visited her mother, : I i ge1es.I | ." ,
P. sausage : Leadership Course length of the repayment period -
Mrs. R.
Church follows Board secretary: and
are as : Kpvtfon0 Hei hts. 'I! Mrs. Mary Willis, in Bell last :. Eat daily .
,hem much. i one or more &erlngs ;I ,
cr, Trustees: Raymond G. Vo! h. treasurer. very : : at the First Baptist Church : and added service charges. -
I Mr. and Mr1: Bill Sinrelle Sorry to hear that Mrs. Guy Sunday. !n Starke ;, \' of citrus fruits or other |: <. '.ON

Starnes. G. E. Wiggins,1 and I nnd Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whit- Holiday Party Parrish entered the Bradford: : | Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin :i I Thursday. I; high vitamin C foa2s.: :! VitathinI ,: ..
Mrs. R. N. Sunderland. Board Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stanley. fly Mrs.D.E. Hill(1AAALLAAAALALAAAAA4AA i and ] visited Mr. and I I Mr. and Mrs. L- C. Wood Compare the credit terms -,
' I 1I! of JadwonTilK and:! Mr. County Hospital last Sl1 1day. : family : I C helps keep gums and teeth : , :Mrs. 8. E. Kennedy and Mrs. I Singleton.Mr. ; :: Lewis in Starke Saturday to know the -
-ann ]Mrs. Dirk Sundertyprl. Mr. anj Mrs. Bill and children visited the .. '' I; last Sunday. I properly formed bones. It i isn't enough .. 't .
W.: ; J. Grolick. i ; "\ and Mrs. Arlee Terrell.Mr. Council Told Of County :. afternoon.Mrs. Collar cost. Convert, the dollar
PTH Mr. and Mr George Chester Moody family at Keystone : Mrs. H. O. Brown : helps fight infection, helps in'i .....
Names of those nominated and Mrs. Jimmy Price, ; Development Authority i i the Amanda Lewis, Allen ; charges to the annual interest '
I '-vbq.ffer, all of Keystone Heights last Sunday.Mr. Saturday after- spending {i i! the healing of wounds, and j! "'!'1'
by Committee to fill vacancies :: ""tey*,. callM., en Mr and Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Yar- and Mrs. Jack Parrish : W. H. MaxweL, clerk' of the ;: hclidays with her eon and Lewis, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy: :.!nsihens blOfd'cs e15. rate. ..

are as follows: Board of Mrs i'Brdnev Car pn at their- bnrcugh, Mr. and Mrs. Cock had Mr. and :Mrs.: Roscoe Par- 'Hampton City Couiv'ij;, told family Mr. and Mrs. Joe: Green visited Mrs. R. K. ;; 5tors these fruits in a cool) | Credit is a sen ire for which U1J

trustees: W. J. Grolick Myron I i b.aci* of business the Marine TLon, Mr. and }irc;. Jack ijsh ana family of Palatka: as ::: council members of'the work Brown, in Ridgeland, S. C. Dukes at Kings Memorial :oiim cr for short periods in'! we par lice! it wUcl/ ,'"

Prevatt, Harry Goodwin. Pottages Motel at MatanzasTJeicK :Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Carl guests last Sunday. i! of, the Bradford Counb Deelopment -. Mr. and Mrs. Sr R. Barnette i Hospital In Lake Butler Sun- i,; the rt'f r i ger .or. I Thought For Toddy"As ;:)T;

I Board of Stewards: : Mrs. H. I.:. : 'on Saturday evening.\ Tiacgluni Jr. attended the Mr. ani Mrs. Fred Johns of : Authority.'at; the : and sons of Miami Springs : cay. ;,: To Pftl And Section j. you enter! the New Year .I '.

I Stevens, Mrs. Mabel Husjtands -i i Jan. 6. Mr. Garden was a for- Clay Co-op holiday party at Gainesville spent the weekend : council meeting \i'tueday i i were- visiting Mr. and, Mrs.. G. t: Those attending ihe Mack ,! Citrus Fruits :| may you do so with 'renewed ;;.IUUI(

and A. F. Crosby.St. mrr business associate! of all, Camp Blandlnff with Mr. and Mrs. ML.. :I, evening Jan. 2. 1,.i E. .Green and Mr. and Mrs.. ., iiswis: funeral at Forest Grove ;,: Here is jiow the 4-H girls !: faith in God. a better under- ...u.. h
Anne's Episcopal the abDtc: mentioned 'men School NewsA Johns. !' The purpose of the development Ernest! Edwards over the Newt I Ir Cemetery Friday afternoon :,: are learning to peel and secUoh aiandias of self and a keener ,wlm

The monthly Parish Supper when ne worked t for* Humph- hcme basketball; game i is Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jones : authority hd said is to r Year's. weekend. i:: were Mrs. H. E. Stokes, Mrs.' t oranges\ and grapefruit.' appreciation of your fellows .*... '\

was held Wednesday, Jan. 10,.; :eys Gold Corp.. and DuPont scheduled: this Friday night i *.nd Mrs. Norma Jean DobbsI i bring in new industry,' 'create: Mr. an5; Mrs. J. M. Markey!.: Amanda Lewis, Mrs. Mattie ;;: Wash fruit. Slice off psel 1 al' man." f fXLrl. Grace Hamilton, vt UJ,1

nstead of the customary: Co. with Anthony. and Saturday I I .TarVsnnvMe vrprs visitina more employment' to en.leaver :,. of Waycross Ga. spent" Sunday : Sowell, Mrs. Rosa Pinholster/;'I top) and bottom. Sat the fruU .cist treasurer for the Florida '

third Wednesday::! of the:;i I Bruce Prevatt, son of Mr. 'light the Mustangs- will play Mr.-; diR{ 'b t Dobbs j: to bring more"prosper- ,afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. and Truby Pinholster. own on a ,cutting.boacl.'Cuti t Federation- : of Woman's Clubs 1 .. .

month. A large crowd filled :I I and Mr. Mvron Prevatt, has and family one day last week. !ity in general to* 'Bradford r. W. Markey. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Green off peel iii strips from top to :: 4. .... .

the Parish House to capacity. : returned to Emory University :&t t Baldwin. Mrs. Fronie Moody and Mrs. i County. Mr. Maxwell ,I is cur- !I Mrs. Beulah Baxter of Jack- ; Tisited Mrs. P.. K. Dukes, who 1:0 tt om. Then cut, down along I PENTECOSTAL; ......" 4'

I Hostesses! were Mrs. George Atlanta, after spending the FIRST l\'ETnODJ1\1 Jack Parrish and children ; icntly serving on" the committee ; sonville was visiting Mr. and : is a patient in Kings Memori -:; the membrane separating i HOMNCSS CHUllCH ..

I j Phelps, Mrs. Ray Renfro, and holidays at home tisited Mrs. Parrish's parents.,I as a representativefrom i Mrs.. Pitt Baxter during the;. l Hospital, in Lake Butler: 1 the secU ns: Gently brihg tHe : 324 \\'.. tirdtnlee.St. ......

I Mrs. Ethel Weyman. : Lt. anj":.*l' Rand Edelstein CUURCJI, MELB03S the Joe Greens, in Palatkalast : this section bt the : holidays. !i I Sunday.Mr. .knife back out alonfe the '! -..- "' ,""" "

An early Holy Communion 4 4aid 1 son of Fort Bragg N. C., 1 TUf.>sja)'. county.: Terrell Green spent the ]! nembrane of the other sid : Sunday School i..t 10 d. m.
Service was held on Saturday, t Sunday. 9:45: a. m., Churcn I II holidays with relatives; hi !j and Mrs. Alan Land ; '! Morning Worship.l\ a. m.. ': ;"
of ,
the section. Eat
Heights for Dekle plain pr'
in Keystone Mr. and Mrs. N. K. .
All officers present
are I city were
School for all 11 &. m. arid family and Mr. and Mrs. i '
Jan. 6, at 7:80: a. m., as well ages : I : Evangelistic 'Bervloev 7:30: p.
Ohio. ,
!I several weeks visiting Mrs.Edelstein's I of Jacksonville visited the M. ; ior the meeting. Some discussion serve in- ambr6sia, fealads.1:
6:30 '
m. Crutchfield '
Worship. : tram and Butch
at the Morning p. !
.as regular service ,
on Meeting
: Wednesday Prayer ::7n'-
I Mrs. Beadie Conerly of i\ :
parents, Mr. and L. Johns family Sunday. held additionalcity 'iUit cups;'or desserts. I : :
was on '
feunday Youth Fellowship. f of Gainesville visited Mr. and : '
bay Rev., to celebrate Fred Yerkes Epiphany offi- I! Mrs. Sam Gardner, and Lt Wednesday. 7:30 p. in.. Bible -! Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Moody i ii improvements,to be taken i! Hague' was visiting Mrs. Mattie : Mrs. Lloyd Barry Sunday ::: Did You K1ow1 > j 7:30 p. m:7:30./Saturday .. .-.
Sowell last week. i : Youth Service : p. m.-
Hated i Edelstein's parents! Major and Study and Prayer Meeting.; i f.ad as holiday guests Mr. and tare of when the financial : ft rnoon. ; .that imfarosia il made -ftY '
at both iervices. :
I Mrs. Bert Christoffers, Jr. -Rev. Ted Springer. pastor. :Mrs. John P. Jones of Ba- ; condition of the city improves, !, Miss Linda Green returned : I of orange sections and coconut David T. McQhee.. ;pastor.; .. .
St. Anne's Vestry met Wed- I to "Florida Southern College Rev. and Mrs. James Tern- .' I
: I: ? Grapefruit be idd -
I tavia. Ill., also Mr. and Mrs. although no action was taken -may .U. fWi
..uesday. Jan. 3. New Senior! ANNE'S EPlscorAL in Lakeland Tuesday after pIe'and family spent the New. AT THE fABEkNACLE .
ST. M. Bullock and daughter of issues. : f d'! if d Warden Is Carlton Paul. and METHODIST CHURCHMELItOSE I on any :I i ..' I t L I
I KEYSTONE spending the holidays with Year's weekend with Mr. and j
CITORCII. Tucker, Ga. : Funeral Here WednesdayFor : Fruit salad haS all thC other .i 'M'tu.
New Junior Warden is Carl Church I I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. G. Y. Mills in Monti-1! i The Flannelgraph l teacher ..,
I Sundays-9:30: a- m. Mrs. Albert Moody and: Mrs. Mrs. Jessie Morgan : fruit and nuts added.i Bible i t School at the Gospelfabernacie" :
..Eenson.The !School. 9:30 a. m. Mornlns Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith, i R. L. Black were in Gainesville: held I: Earl Green. cello. !! Bay Now, Pay tater' : !m is" following ....... u
Funeral I up
Episcopal Church !! Prayer and Sermon list Sun pastor. I'Monday. i services were Mrs. Amanda Lewis.was the I Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Greeri|!: Has rriee.: Tag I !IV'
Church CHrUtfauur storr with'lessons
Women held their regular ;cay, Holy CommunIon 6 p. Sunday School 9::45 a. m. Mrs. W. B. Dowling and at Hampton Baptist '] New Year's day guest of Mr.snd and nieces, Cherie Hinton, ; "Buy now ,pay l later"' has tHe ofJesus" ..: ,
Mrs. I "The Boyhood
,nonthly meeting on Thursday -i im. Episcopal Young Church- Worship 11 a. m. daughter of Dunn llon, and Wednesday morning Mrs. Malcolm Lewis and .I and Patsy and Peggy Edwardslvisited i: 'ceconie:: a way of life for on -
; Jan. 4, at 10 J.OConnor I Jessie Kelsadra Morgan., 69, in her work.with the
a. m. C.
'men.i' MYF and MCF 7 p. m. Mrs A. C. Dowling of Raiford I family in Starke. i Mr. and Mrs. E. M. j i many of us. \

: Past Senior Ward-: i! Holy D'ays1:30 a. m. Holy I Evening Worship 8 p. m. visited the R. F. Moodys last I! who died in Jacksonville Sun :Mrs., Mattie Barry. spent !. Lewis in Starke Sunday after- Jan. 7 after a long ill-
spoke to the 16 ladies : day :
fn.: present 1 Communion. Prayer Meeting [Wed.] 7:30: week. I Sunday in Starke with Mr. noon. i 1 it A l le&on on "The Nine
: I ; I !interested-in. only 4wo '
giving them a of ness.
resume Wednesday Parish I and Mrs. J. E. Hardee and
Third p. Baptismal services were held hnss-what is. the down- Christian braces' waS delivered .
the year's work, and pertinent Covered Dish Supper. 6 or 6:30P. : m.TRI A resident cf Jacksonvillefor i family. i
rTTT TYYTYYYYY the ,First Baptist Churchill ,payment and what are the Sunday morning fol- n
jJacts brought out at the Ves- .aTY EPISCOPAL the last 17 :Mrs.I '
I years. '
m. I Mr. and,Mrs. W. Bighara, Starke Sunday afternoon. : monthly payments?
\ *:tiy. meeting. It was decided to I i CHURCH MELROSE i iI Morgan lived much o? her I holed by communion! service*
and Mr. Mrs. L. M. There five candidates
: Jr. and
were ,
-nold future meetings on the : FIRST BAPTIST CflURCBJ 1 1I Sundays10 a. m. ChU'Pchi) life here previous to that I I11me. II i: I Ii Consumers. ..ori. the 1 verge of, J,.'
I Gaines of .Starke had a dinner : from Brooker Baptist Church. '! 1 -. ', ., __ _---t.---' __, ....
first Wednesday of each: I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS j I i School. 11:45: a. m. Morning I I She was born in Clay : engagement in Jacksonville i i i iI .

.'month. starting Feb. 7.f't. .t J. R. Smith, pastor, Ralph j I. Prayer and Sermon iFirsi By Enza BlanchardfYYYYYYYWYYYYYYYYYTYYl County. Rev. U.: M. Malcolm, 'I, Saturday night. I A large number was present I II AMBULANCE SERVICE I -i

William's"Catholic Church I.Copeland Minister of Music j jVnd I Sunday, Holy communion .8 J astor of Springfield.Baptist' I for the services. I ,
!rlr. and Ts.. T. W. Markey PHONE 961-2600, \ '* .
? The Altar Society will meet church organist. i p. m. Episcopal: Young Church i Church tn' Jacksonville, where ; '"

'''Monday. Jan. 15. at 7:30: in Services% : Sunday School 9:45J: I Mrs. Morgan was a member, : were in Lake City on 'business I DeWitt C. Jones funeral Home
Members of the WSCS met I Tuesday. I THE RIGHT DINT for the
the recreational hall. All mem- m. Morning Worship, 10:51'1: men.Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy officiated at the funeral, with"burial I DeWitl c. Jones' Kieglstered 'Funeral'Director: '
>ers will please be on time. 4. m. Training Union, : ,I Communion. I' with Mrs. Fox in the Metho- I in Prevatt Cemetery. I Miss Shirley Green and I way you write. Come in and .

tand Mrs. Lena Clemens, the m. Evening wrvices 8:00: p. The Rev. Millard H. Brey-i' dist parsonage Tuesday:: night, I Survivors include three : Tommy Jox of Lake ,Butler select'. your favorite ESTER- Starke,. Fla.. ,.
I Jan. 2. Mrs. H. C. Wainwright visited Miss Linda Green at BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE.: RENTAL SERVICES
will limit the business -: share
president m. You are Invited to i i fogle, Vicar.STATE. sons Ernest E. Morgan o! 1 .
to presided l. and:! Mrs. Fox gave Florida Southern College in GRAPH. Hospital i Chairs ':
meeting one hour. I Jacksonville, .Harmon P. Morgan Beds. Wheel J Crotch" _
with us. AAAAAAAAAALAAAL.&AAW the devotional, and conductedthe : Lakeland
Ed Conneen performed his family Prayer time A Sunday. -
assisted by five of Starke, and George .. .
tiuties usher COaniUNITY .
as for the last I -
1 --- '
Ind- : --L-
Indianapolis :
Morgan. :
: "
members. After adjournment, : -
ane on Sunday, Jan. 7. He is HEIGHTSDr. FARMBy and -
three grandchildren. :
"being: transferred to the Johnonvllle A. C. Hoit, Minister those attending were served : I : -

Plant James L. Hetherington fruit cake and: coffee by the Mosher-O'Steen Wedding' BUSINESS DIRECTORY
i in Tennessee by Mrs. ..
[ Mrs.\ E. F. MaytoniALAAAAAAAAALA3IAAAALAAI hostess. At Church AREA
'be; DuPont Co., and he will Organist and Director. ,
Mr. and Mrs. MiltonMosher
''Urely be missed. Mrs. Con- Richard Cushman Youth Dlr. The Methodist Fellowship

Uieen has been active in the Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. Dinner at the parsonage last 0 announce the engagement and .
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Sin- I pf.( their ___-___ 0-----: I .
approaching marriage -
night enjoy-
Worship 11 IlL Sunday was very ,1 _- : 'c
Altar a. -
Society, also, and has Morning last Sundayof ------1--'r-------- ---- ;- -j__ .. '
clair were guests attended daughter Victoria Ann, to -i-- -
ble. Afterward, everyone .
vung in the 7 m. '
,- choir..,The Parish Young People, -p- friends in Orange Park. evening worship at the Franklin Delano o'steenSon:: j'AUTO GLASS AUTO SALES & SERVICE,GARDEN. SUPPLIESMauldjn' POWER SAWS

o Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moon church. of w. F. O'Steen of Waldo. '_ ::1I

GLASS That's, Our Business have returned to their home i; Church Activities All friends and relatives of Crane Motor Co. i
after several :
It" .11 Memphis, Tenn. I Grace Methodist: Church the couple arc invited' to attend *' Johnson & Paris, Me C U L L 0 C II .
_ _ "If It's Class We Have weeks with their son-in- I LARK ANGUA ". k- t- .....
I School. 9:45: a. m. Worship 11 the ceremony at Hampton I Inc. ..
CALL WRITE or VISIT law and daughter. Dr. and I I Service 7:30 I Auto Glass, .ENGLISH FORD' CHAIN SAWS .. ,,
a. m. Evening : p. Baptist Church this: -;FrI-! .
Mrs. m. MYF. each Wednesday, 7 lay: evening a\, 8:30. :Na: .in I COMPLETE STOCK CURVED Authorized & COflPIteL1fleOf '
Sales Service
Murphy : U5ED BALES
I Mr. and Mrs. L. H. I PLA.vrsNEW -
t I [ SEEDS -
; m.
p vitations sent.
'are '
"Complete Service for All
CO.NOT chUm .
GLASS nave had as guests their First GLASS "
Baptist: Sunday
: Personals Slakes" SERVICE
I dren, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Eas- 10 Wor- I I FERTHJZERSIhseetlctdea
a. m. Morning Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng'arethe Windshield! & Door Glass i .
( INC.) and children of Rocky 506 E. University Ate. '4I
j on ,
ship. 11 a. m. BTU. 6:30: p. m. -Pet Supplies Florida S w.Co.
"Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co. Mount. N. C., Mr. and Mrs. 7:30 m. parents of Replaced In Any Make FR 24251Gainesville
Evening Worship.
p. 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' --1
William born Saturday,"
We Design Modern Store Fronts I Curtis Murphy and children I I Pl'a'er.Meeting each Wcdncs- i County' Hospital I Car Or' Truck Fla. 224 N. ,W. 8th Ave. FR i-Uli --0:'
U, at Bradford -I
Just Mail Us A Pattern For I cf Thomasville Ga., and Mr.of 1 1I day, 7:30: p. m. i't I in Starke. i iI We Handle Safety OWl '_- _l.. FB 2-0476 2538 N. K. 19th Dr.

and Mrs. Clarence Miller I I ... ,
Table Tops I _Miss Sallie Epperson Ger- i I FR S-255S J : e QaintsvUlt. .
Oa1n avU1e. Fla. -
i il Mr. and Mrs Edward Saxonare .
Jacksonville. COMMERCIAL ...
1313 N. W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 aidine Gay. Patty Kay Lyon,, the parents of 'd'son, born;' 1314 S., Main Gainesville _: -
Henree Lou Dennis, Carol REFRIGERATION'i ,
: Sunday at Bradford County I
Searing. Harriett Goodman. I' LAfHE&WfiAR .
Hospital In Starkej Mrs. Bax- -_-_- '_ SPORTING
Margaret,Muir, and Marie De, GOODS -
REGISTER OFTENt1MJ' on's parents Mr.,'and .Mrs- 'A. SALES & SERVICE ,
Arcy attended: services 'at the AutQ. RefrigerationService -
I G. Pope of EauGallle. spent -_ Cherry'sGainesville' : ,
.. Methodist Church Sunday "
"" norning. Together with Miss I Sunday and Monday nere, andtxpect I I Co. i.bt.ThIs AteAPs Molt Complete LisaJimmie ;

to return later this IMPERIAL ClIEYSLEB, Most Fash! .
Lorraine Priest they surprised
I f week. Address Ladle .f 8pe r _G at
Miss Jackie Bales with a I. PLYMOUTH VALIANT Sidney LeopoKS. Owner

I t/irthday luncheon at the G r-I Mr. and Mrs.,H..'C. Rouse ofMaxyille. Authorized Sales'''; P&rb Commercial Refriterattai .DRESSES -:' SUITS ..:.COATSACCESSORIES FhighesInc'

; den nestaurant. I I .Ga. visited Mr. and I I
: ,
I I .!lr.:and- Mrs.' Carl Edwards :, Mrs. A. P. Johns' ,near Hampton -:.I Service FrUidaire Conditioning; lee Maker J IliaJ' II.IJen1' 17. OaInivI1JI .

i and children:! of- Gainesville t Sunday Mr. Rouse is' a I 105 W.. University, o1fl1dvme. .. '
:I HawesPoweraMotor I :
: So' _
l Serviced -
: :Visited\ his ,mother( Mrs. Le- cousin of, Mr. Johns- ',. AnytimeGainesville '_ '- "

Vjna Edwards" last Sunday. I II Mrs. C. J. Cooke returned :t 'Co.FR FR 2-8392 MOVER' SHOESBob's a --:.

I: Sunday .dinner guests of i to her home in CovJngton! Va. 2-2561 Height. FJl.. 6-77W .. _:____ ....
Mr. 'and Mrs. Owen, Anders' last weekend, after visiting ,
I -
: were Mr. and Mrs. John Ben- here for the holidays with : 204 N. Main, Gainesville : '" "

;: ijett t. and family of the State :I her son-in-law, and daugh er.I .I fted Can. 312 N...iIaba.. CONCRETE- .PRODUCTS Gainesville ;4 ShodStore* ; ..
; f'arth.Mrs.. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolf d. FR6J4MLINCOLN -
: : :I Shoe for The Entire lamb..
1 __ Helen Freer and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mosher MayflowerLOCAL

: Charles n eb of R1i nebed,; have returned to Hampton ,!, INSIST THAT ALL YOUR FORTUNE fOR MEN -:

; N. Y. were we'ekenji guests of I after spending the last few CONCRETE PRODUCTS .

'H' RCT. and Mrs. Fox..They were ; months at their former home : _MERCURY_._. ARE THE BEST"FROM AND LONG f' C1LUIM. SET' FOR % Qflto3iEi ..
: enroute to St Petersburg. in Matamoras. Pa. 1A1- RENAULT i ,,; E.\1>WELL FOR CHILDK N

___ I ; ilf. and Mrs. Elmer Higgin-t I Mrs. Minnie Lee Silcox; of!I Authorized; Sales Service;! Edwards Buildingto1'aie And Crating FA i-5224 .

1'botham- spent the weekend Heilbronn spent last weekend 1 Bags Millinery Acceworie
I I PartsMechiniea Supply Inc. -_ :i W. University GilaviU.
::; Mlth MrsHlgginlriham's, here with uer br thertnlawt .

i; parents: Mr.,and Mrs. Charlesi t and sister, Mr. and Mrs Joe TIiei Go.d 726 3. Main FR 2'4814 MUSIC SUPPLIES I.

1 i Bawen. In Paktfea. Forsyth. i Used Car* I .
Oammi1k. P-
I i13 J5 ft "Nomad" Fiberglass B Johnson. "18" HP-Blurry Tilt Trailer i; James Waters is around a-I Mr. and Mrs. Ellis"Campbell: : .- YARNS-TOYS

;; gain af tera lew days in theLhospltal. and family ,of Washington..D. ; Barkley Motora'ELEcmIC1IO'I'OJlS Lillian's. Music Store :

; He forgot to see that i C. returned home last weekend 615 N. Uain. Gainesville ,
COME REGISTER -- OFTEN ::his gun was 'unloaded before after a holiday visit herewith I '- *GaJa sTIk Leader Time io Uy-Away ferChrfeUnas

NO OBLIGATION i i cleaning it and accidentally 1! her parents Mr. and i, Electric Motor Since liD. '' j ,

' hot his foot In all'probability i Jlrs. Clifford Prevatt. VOLKSWAGEN '
tt TO GIVEN AWAY BY : 1m tiC&VER -
BE Co.
1 Repair WINTE
he will bs sure the gun is not i Mrs. George Saxon has been ; Sales Service -- Fart Jack and Jill
;; loaded the next time.L. !lin Bradford County:Hospital i OF GALVESVILLE INC. CABLE,

: % C. Bates of Jacksonville i icr the last week for, treat--; PIANOS WAKOROAJfS Open Till Ml OB Frida,. :-:-
; IMPERIAL" Service Station i 1 i visited Mr. and Mrs: Charles ment. Miller-Brown Motors MOTOR CHORD OEGAN3 -Jlf J-JJ75 A Complete Ltoe_OfYMM S.Utn.tt' :

!| Shuford Monday. Hi is Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Irving, Young Inc. Guitars .. -NetdJework
i cousin. .. '. t SALES AND SERVICE .Drums ; BUeet
A tuI a11 I "BUY BUY :i Mrs. Warren' Bush of FE2-5532 Games D. -
.. I the M. Payne house just I New Lincoln Motors' BadgetiFB *
visited 1030 University Ate. H.lltda
Atlanta her mother
1 .
U. S. 301 North City Limits Starke Fla. southwest. Hampton en SR -i. FB 2-S2U I-55S1
04lne TilSI
Air!: NathanStarting; I dnd I iiti1I 111 S. E. Pint, GiWmIl' 65 Unfthlt1.!
' lGaO B. !bJD OiinesTillt
other relatives the week 221. .
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Notice Is Hereby Given that i Starke Florida, Intends to At Board Meeting -7T--i Bantam Survival Class tures $1'. 25.18 19l95.1'i. State of Florida. By: MERRILL EDWsflD!!
Cage PlayIs
the undersigned, desiring to I register the said name with the -e Other assets 912.33 Oounty of Bradford. ss: City Clerk.
in business under the Clerk of the Circuit Court of I
I engage Sworn to and subscribed be-
1-4 2t
fictitious! name of NORTH Bradford County. Florida. L.j .5 Under Way I To Begin MondayThe TOTAL ASSETS 2,416,828.03:: fore me this 8th day of January,
FLORIDA SUPPLY. at 412 E 1'Y.. COLSOX. Owner !i 1962. and I hereby certify thatI
Call Street in the City of 12-20 4t 1.11 Huggins'Speechless --t ;_- __i' am not an officer or director
I ,.; Bantam Basketball for boys ; fourth class in "Personal' Liabilities of this bank. Symptoms Oi uisuess Arising from!
1 5-12 started last Monday Survival Disaster" will start Demand ,deposits:: of individuals (SEAL) Htzel R'tchNotary I STOMACH ULCERS
I partnerships.. Publics State of Florida -
I i afternoon at the Pratt Street i! on Monday, Jan. 15th, at 7:30 and c'.rp .r ,tn.', ><>2,1$4.46 at large. i

Playground. !p. In. at the Starke Elementary Time deposits of individuals My commission:;! expires November DUE TO EXCESS ACID'QUICK
partnerships, and
See 2, 1965.
Display 'ii These beys will practice every j Cafetorium and will continuefor corporation .til538 RELIEF OR NO COST

I Monday, Wednesday, and Fri' six weeks. Deposits of United States CALL FOR BIDS
Government (including .
day afternoon for the next two The course is sponsored by postal savirgs) .041.26 January 3, 1962 '
Sealed bids will be received bY'
Lovely IIJJ P I Home For the first time in his nine j weeks and then teams will be the Adult Education Department Deposits of States and political the Board of Bond Trustees of ) Over fivenfllimpsckages slIM
!9fi -
subdivisi! years on the local scene, County the Cty: of tarke. Florida at. haft d.J
: picked for a league.All and is open to the public. Deposits of Banks 10,000"00 the City Clerk's office in Starke, WILLARD TREATMETkzrehdclsymponscldntrcmarmngfrcn

400 W. Madison Street Agent George T. Huggins was I boys who are eligible and The instructor will be R. E. Other and deposits officers' (checks certified, Florida until 7:00 o'clock PM IhmaCb and Duinl Utcm' **to E..
before the '
speechless Tuesday rn Tuesday the 13th day of .*eurcx Upset
interested in learning basket- Upton Jr., educational directorat etc.) 17735.11 cell/UU.PMT Dfeti
I Board of Commissioners. February, 196!. at which time Q_HearttNInIo
!ball should register at the Recreation the State Prison. ( ) Total demand 2.195,218.17A : and place all bids received will IuuiS.de.,due 10 ExasSe Add.Ask'bri
The reason: Huggins was be publicly opened and read a- : "which OUSBBtba
"WUUrJ't" foSJj
Center any afternoonbetween For further information contact deposits 751,102.79B : ""
: Note These listening intently as a tape recording ( ) Total Time And loud on the following: ;i borne tteatnant-Ine-_ -*J
No Down of his voice broughthis I, 3:15: and 5:30.: I Mrs. C. L. Scholl, Civil Defense Saving deposits 1,444,115.38Other oil.Twelve approximately months supply 140,000 of fuel to I

I Bisector for Bradford Liabilities 46,509.36 CANOVA PHARMACY
II II I 150,00.1 gallons No 2 Diesel I
I to the bewildered .
I: SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF I County, 964-2801. TOTAL Fuel Oil to conform to specifications KOCH DRUG STORECLASSIFIED
LIABILITIES 2,241,727.53Capital
Payment Features board. $12 worth) to put it in working -, CHBIST of American Petro- ,
I leum Institute. Fuel oil must
The loquacious county agent, order. He said he could 3 ml S. en 301. I Accounts not have higher sulfur con-
whose five-minute radio Bible the office of the Common Stock. total tent than 8!% by weight. The
pro- take it into the fields and Sunday- Classes 10 a. City Clerk,
I Pay Less Than Rent often stretches out 15 i Starke. Florida. and may be obtained par value $50.00Capital' cetane number must be a minImum I
WHEN BUILT gram to record m.: Assembly Worship wit 100,000.00Surplus
homes of farmers and I from the engineers Tanner of 45. All bid prices
Concrete Block
or before they can get him stop- conversations with them for use'' the Lord's Supper, 11 a. m., Thomson D'Alli & Heartz, 50.000..JU must:;! be based on Jacksonville I AD RATESUP
ON YOUR LOT! Frame I Inc., 4965 New Haven Avenue, Undivided Profits 25,100.50TOTAL Terminal price plus freight
ped, used the unique tape recording on his daily broadcast. It just Evening Assembly Worship. P. O. Box 925, Melbourne, Flori less contract allowance.The TO 20 WORDS

Not Pre-Fab method to explaintothe slipped his mind, Huggins said, 6:30 p. m.Wedn&enay. da. Requests for plans must be CAPITALACCOUNTS said Board of Bond Trus-
28 New Models I accompanied by check payableto 175.100..50 tees reserves the right to accept -
Commission why he had that purchase orders were necessary Bible Clatst. the engineers in the amountof or reject any or all bids. ONE INSERTION __ .95

neglected to obtain 7:30: p. in.BOATDRADf. 10.00 which TOTAL LIABILITIES BOARD BOND
purchase for this type of thing. I { covers the cost OF
Salesman On Premises To of reproduction and handlingand AND CAPITAL TRUSTEES OF PITY OF 2 Insertion same ad __ 150
orders:! for repair of the tape
The board unaccustomed!
so I is not returnable.Bids ACCOUNTS 2,416,828: STARKE, FLORrDA
I Answer Your Questions recorder. The county now requires to seeing Huggins sit in sQ- BAPTIST j' must be accompanied bya I 3 Insertions same ad 2.00

orders for purchases CHURCH 'I certified check or cashier's Memoranda
I while to,
i I
ence even listening
( I check in an amount not less Assets pledged or asign-
made by all departments. himself speak dismissed the,I than five percent (5) per cent ed to secure liabilitiesand Each word over 20 ____ Se
Now Save With I E Hi' Sunday School, 10 a. m. of the amount of the bid. for other purposes -
Buy Huggins said the tape recorder matter with a gentle reminder I
bid fora
4 I Morning Worship, 11 a. In. Np may be withdrawn 803,056.25Loans
I had been given to him that he should obtain purchase Training Union, 6:30 Eve- period of thirty (30) days as shown above are I 25c EXTRA CHARGE FOB
I p. m.
after the scheduled date and after deductions of
by tte radio station and need- orders on everything! in the KEYED NOT
ling Worship. 7:30 p. m. time for the receipt of bids. valuation: reserves!; of l ..474.0tI : :

i' CUSTOM BUILT BY ed some minor repairs (around future.in Prayer :Meetinl"Vpt1n., .. ...",,"''U', The owner reserves. the right! Norman H. Willis, Exec PAID IN ADVANCE
I --------a -- -"' <6.7 Vice Pres. of the above-named
to reject any or all bids and to
; 1:30: p. m. waive informalties. bank, do solemnly affirm that ,
LA RUE CORPORATION this country. for the past'i City: of Starke Florida the above statement is true and iW'1 I CARDS OF THANKSUp
Merrill Edwards, City Clerk that it fully and correctly re- ,
Building Permits year and a half. I SEVENTH DAY 1-11 3t 1-25:! presents the true !-tate oi .t!, pal 2.50
to 50 words
400 Madison
W. 964-8641
Phone The automobile was stolen, ADVENTIST several matters herein contained g I ------
CHURCH and set forth, I" tht- >II eats rats a ssk Each word over 50 5c
i ----
from the residence of Colon, of my knowledge and belief. sihwrfidiraecfctt

""'WW v .1Jt4 7"--\1r '- "",A'lgt.eru' ,.........._ ... Eyed As Halt To Thomas who lives at the cor-' Sabbath School [Saturday] I Circuit NOTICE TO Court DEFENDIn Bradford Correct Attest: I

_ _ _ I 1 I ner of Orange and Madison 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship, County, Florida IB Charley Norman E.H. Johns Willis : MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS .
Streets and also the 11 a. m. Loeated between WJ- Case No. 13-OCO ChaDe"r"-.1 Pete G. Felos
owns car. Pud James Lelia S. MundyH. ____ 5c Per Wore!
I Builders Local authorities were just I son Road and Gruris Loop.E. tiff vs. Amelia D'Amibrosio, De H. Ada:!'- Iior
timi sakt of
Phoney torn i
1 1. fendant. yew
"' 'llN'' putting a description of the Marley, pastor. Phone NOTICE TO APPEAR __ Directors

: I car on the radio when the alert 964-1324. To: Amelia D'Ambrosio whose .
I residence and address is: Rich-I
: [Continued Fror Page One! capital city police called requesting wood, West Virginia.You .

details on the car. are hereby notifed thata
t SYSTEMSf.r: officials in each office. Clerk XO""F TO DEFEND suit for divorce has been filed
against in the above named
In Circuit you
I, Charles Darby reported that Russian County, Florida Court Bradford Court and cause and you are ij
Beginning In
::jfJjRAMBLER Chancery e
standard on every 62 '' ":i: most of the portraits of fg.rm- Cone No. 13-061 required to serve a copy of yjyir!
answer x>r pleading to the complaint -
er sheriffs, clerks, and county Course Offered I ". 'ter Clifford Swilley Swilley, Plaintiff Defendant vs. on the Plaintiff's Attorney -

judges had already been ob- On Monday NightAt \ NOTICE TO APPEARTo Box T.546 Frank, Starke Landrum, Florida, P.and O. 20 Words or less, one time ---_______ .95 Memorials, Resolutions ________ 5c per word

) I tained....... ,... 11 ... Walter Clifford Swilley. file..1 the L_original_.'. .___L the__ _office_ LI_of__ If not paid in advance -----_____ 1.00 Cards of Thanks up to :O words n___ 2JJO
rr. n T on TY.I1. circuit uouri on or uemic -
DOUBLE "A '"'uu\"WI cJ. ACUy the organizational meet- whose Unknown.You residence. and address is: I tne the 12 day of February, 1962:!; Keyed or Blind Ads --------------- 1.00 Over 50 words ------....-.. .__.. __ 5c per word

1 Z. was chase given an air approval conditioner to and pur-a decided ing held that last the Monday Beginning, it Rus-was suit are for divorce hereby, notified custody thata and said otherwise Complaint the will allegations be taken as of Each additional word over 20 ----_____ 03 Display ads in Classified ______ 1.50 per Inch I

confessed by
control of minor children has you.
MARGIN IIL calculating machine from excess sian Language Class will meet been filed against you in the This notice shall be publishedonce FOR RENT-Efficiency apart-I IMPORTANT. IF YOU PLANto IT'S A PACT-Employee* are

I fees of his office.In each :Monday from 7:30: to 9:30p. : above named Court and cause each weeks week in for the four Bradford consecutive ment nicely furnished. Hot enroll for adult classes, reg- entitled to Chiropractic pare
its brief reorganization I and you are required to servea and cold water furIl 'ihed.
ister now. See display ad for under Worksman's
Telegraph. Compensation -
in the southeast of County
m. wing copy of your answer or
OF SAFETY ll! I session .the board re-elected: !the USO building.This pleading to the complaint on the Dated this 8 day of January, Adults.. F. Sauls.Phone 633 964-5744.McMahoneSt. Mrs.A. srhMu11"" Laws. Request Chiropractic -

J. C. Prevatt as chairman; Plaintiff's Attorney T. Frank 1962. care and enjoy the
\ newest instructional of. andrnm P. O. Drawer 791, (:SU.AL) tfchg TRAILER: PARK short route to recovery. Bol-
With Rambler's Brake braKe I Mrs. Jessie Chastain, vice Starke Florida and file the original C arlelf A. Darby Large lots with patios available -
Double-Safety System, I fering bv the Local Adult Education I Clerk of the Circuit Court linger l Chiropractic Clinic.! 426
chairman T. Frank Landrum in the office of the Clerkof Close to down town
failure is virtually impossible. Separate systems for front ; I Program is expected to I the Circuit Court on or be- By Marian L. Crosbr. I REGISTER NOW. ADULT shopping. Westmorelan N. Walnut St. Starke. Open

and rear brakes. If one is damaged, other still works- I attorney; R. E. Jones, road i be taught through May, 1962. .-. t"" !0)tar of Februarr 1-11 4t 2-1 I Evening Classes. January Trailer Park Westmoreland pvenings. 2to 1-11
I foreman; and J. E. Norman, 1962; otherwise the allegations I through May. Enroll Aaul.:
self-adjusting, too. Standard on every 62 Rambler. Just janitor. Although Russian study is very of said Complaint will be taken !I, REPORT OF CONDITION OF Education Office. Rear USO St. on.n/ Wl-2151. tfche FOR SALE Restaurant

one of I 102 ways the new Rambler is better-yet prices popular throughout Florida, as confessed by you. THE "FLORIDA BANK AT Bldg. equipment. Earl Cook, 725 8.
This notice shall be publishedonce OF STARKE", IN different
on every model stay low. No wonder Rambler sales are I there is a definite scarcity of each week for four consec- THE STATE OF FLORIDAAT F.onern( St 3tt 1-25
4 Man .. BIG DISCOUNT on everything I kind of baled hay Clover
soaring. Why not see Rambler dealer soon. 1 StealingCar trained teachers in this subject I j o v- AIrq in the Bradford THE CLOSE OF
your : = County Telegraph. HI SINKSS DECEMBER we sell this month. and crass seed.:! Also 100 ft BOARDING HOUSE for La-

". I From HereIs area.Mrs. Dated this 8 day of January, 30 1981 There is nothing! "Just as !good lots fronting Highwav 16. J dies. Marie Arrochena. 1736

RAMBLERWORLD t Isabel Fernandez Simpson 1962. Assets as "General Electric G. J. B. White. phone 964651.! Perry St. Jacksonville. Phone
I Cash, balances with other McGriff Appliance. 100 W. 4t.hll J 1ill$
Apprehended ,
FL 254-8642
3-7176 Itchg
\Y teacher of the local class, Charles A. Darby, banks, including reserve or
Call st. nhonp 964-6551. Ito
STANDARD OF COMPACT CAR EXCELLENCEDODD'S states that the spoken languageis i '-. ,t the C.rcuit Court bafances and cash ,, RUSSIAN [ELEMENTARY]
Stopped on suspicion by Tal- By Marian L. Crosby D. C. items in process FOR RENT TO COUPLE -
fairly simple. The most difficult FOR RENT-4 bedroom furn- Conversational Spanish
I 'I' 1-11 4t 2-1 of colo-M\! 402,215.75United and small house. reasonable. Can

.lahassee.____ 0 _police.... ..Monday_ .. ,. ,... Jan-.... I part of learning Russianis I _"'Un"States_._.,, A/Governmentvuugdliuua .....,, ..aood... 'ished___..:__house.n" n..Call..'.'_ ,964-9193...___ __ or.n. offered u _._ .u by ....Adult____.. __Education.u ,,,___ be seen at 334 N. Thompson-
UiU'y: 0, ntci uc Jiuincu: uic .uuwn 1:1": DU"J.uu"t.ry.. trogram. Jurou; now..iJ< :ii- I
acquiring the new alphabet.New i guaranteed 1.\?' .088.86 W. 4rn 1184ADULT
1'1. North IT S 301 1 t..h2'
2i.sIig floor mats and hubcaps of a Obligations of States and es to start Jan. 8.
are invited to i '
1956 Chevrolet to buy gasoline, REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME political subdivision557,501.70 LARGE HOUSE FOR SALE-- EDUCTION COUH-
join the class 15. I Loans and discounts (including FOR SALE-Serval Gas Re-
William B. Hargin, 20, from Notice is hereby given that Completely furnished [(6 SES
over- excellent
school students 16 years and I the undersigned, under the pro- $778.0,9, frigerator con- THROUGH THURSBAY. AHHish ,
1.554,454.22 I apartments] double
Canada, was arrested when it visions of Chapter 20.953 Law drafts garage. dition. Owner making alter- I
over enroll in the class Bank owned I School roblects. Buii-
I premises 210 StEnjoy
may N. Cherry
of Florida, Acts of will
was discovered the automobilewas 1941. furniture and ations. Must move. Convening Courses. Conversational
with permission of the register with the Clerk of the $5,085.83 a home plus income. ness
princi1p Suitable for
; JS.SOSO? ..10,390.59Real I to electricity.
stolen in Starke fixture
Sunday Spanish. Mechanical Drawing.
;,' Circuit Court. in and for Bradford Estate owned other See J. R. Bullington. Owner. home. cottage or cabin. Price
night. County, Florida, upon re- Testinsr services. White Students -
36,800.00 tfchs
I I'I ceiot of proof of publication of j-i.L than__ "bank__._ premises 4AI211....!... I reasonable.: Call _.Keystone; rnntnrt.! T.. H, Gibson..
Hargln told Tallahassee po. BAYLESS HIGHWAY this notice the fictitious name. Viner It'Ie '.- 4102. 2tc1-ig I-liS USO' Bid*.-Office. Negro stud
FOR RENT-Small furnished
lice and Bradford County authorities of WESTMORELAND TRAILER TOTAL ASSETS 4.5t2." CHURCH SCHEDULE PARK, under which I am house. 409 S. Cherry St. $40 FOR SALE-Quaker oil heater :
/ that he was driving to % engaged in business at 200 LlahllltJu per mo. See Andrews at An- 40,000 BTU's with fan. TJiompkins. RJE High School.

Pensacola to find a friend and Sunday School, 10 am South Starke, Fla.Westmoreland Street. Demand deposits of Individuals drews Drug./: Itchg Drum. stand. Good shape tfchj

seek employment. He said, according -, Morning Worship, 11 a. m B. C. Holtzendorf. Jr. Itt. 2. -orr"ratinns, partnerships,551,495.37 Mrs. Bill Laine. 560 W. Wel-

to Deputy Sheriff Will-' Training Union 6 Box 333, gturke, Fla. sole own- Time deposits of indlvl- EARN $30.00 to $40.00 a weekin t'nn ltD FOR RENT-2 bedroom unfurnished
p. time house at 431 N. St.
uals, partnerships, and your spare openings
ard Williams who along with Evening Service, 7 p. m. Prayer er.Dated this 8th day of Jan- corporation' 1.651.455.05 now for capable ambitious WANTED: LISTINGS. FREE Clair St. See J. L. Silcox.

Deputy A. E. Brown went after meeting, Wednesday 7 p. uary A. D. 1962 at Starke, Bradford Deposits of United States women representing Avon OPEN LISTINGS. NO SALE 2tp 1-18

AUTO SALES, 529 S. Walnut St., Starke Hargin Monday, that he had m. Choir practice, Wednes- County, Florida. Government postal savings(including) o4,560.60Deposits Cosmetics Write Mrs. Mabel I NO PAY. STROUT REALTY

been following horse race tracks -- of States Gore. Box 3617. Gainesville.Give I J. Hansen. Rep. 5 ml S. of INCOME TAX SERVICEC.
-- :: -- --,__ I'!" --- id day, 8 p. m. and political directions to your home. I Starke on U. S. 301. Phone E. HUTCIIESON

-- -- """"-- CALL FOR BIOS "uId'h-iFh'n" !M2.751.70 2tchg 1-12 468-1766. Waldotfchg SATURDAYSAND
Sealed Bids will be received Other deposits (certified I
by the Florida State Prison at I and officers' checks FOR SALE
WiNKLER'S tne office of the Procurement Ptc) 20,119.18 COLONIAL FLORIST )Ion. Fri.; after 5 p. m.
Ready mix concrete, concrete F. T. D. Florist in Starke.
Officer, Florida State Prison, TOTAL DEPOSITS 3,860,381.90A Only Call 94.115)<
Raifo.d, Florida, up to and not ( ) Total Demand block peirs. fence posts. sand Flowers wired any place. Flow- 521 Pratt
Uer Clan: 10 a. m. January 24, Deposits 2063466.00 cement mortar mix. rock. steel ers for all occasions locally. St.lOch.
i 1362! :, for: ":various items of rags, (B) Total Time And oyster shell limf rock. and roof Phone 964-6291. 506 East I 4.1!I

I I and rasa clippings.add clippings Bids will where be and for I savings liabilities deposits 1,796,915.90Other 78.807.85 1 gravel.__Phone 9 964-2521. tfchg:-NOM.--- -St.-.. tfchg. -,I I..n'" ? _PWJT. _., unfurnished_u.n"n__ -21
Bradford Engineering co.
I as is, Subject to inspection priorto n I erironm house. Completely!
bidding. Bids must be on TOTAL IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCYNew I I rfv crofted inside f 1t'1se' In
LIABILITIES s <*< 119> 7'i! FOR SALE-2 bedroom Shell ,
j bid forms which may be secur- I
large 3 bedroom suburban "' --'-a'jle. Aoolv W H. Noll-
I id from the office of the Procurement home will move to your lot I
Capital AreonntaCapital home with family room tfch
Officer Florida tate No monev down. Call Collect .
150,000.00e I
I Prison, Italford, Florida Phonp g64-R41. 2trh 1-18
e">...] 275,000.00 EV 7-5511 or EX 8-4126.

1-11 2t 1-18 Undivided! prrvfft 41.895.82 I I t"'a WANTED Listings Of all HASTINGS MATTRESS

Reserves (and retirement of real estate. We attract -
Small Claims, Court account for preferred HAVE CHAIN SAW will d types & UPHOLSTERY WORK
I *FiR 9R !III I buyers from Coast to
Bradford County, Florida capital)
"'ork for VOl!. W"te; G. W

I I Starke Town, Finance Florida, Company Plaintiff Inc.M>. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS I KnIhLqwev.. Fla. or In- I H.Coast G BolJinger United)\ Farm aeent Agency.Phone 710 Lemon Rt P.1la.tb
62S.179.78 "nire ReddMi Stor FPI'- Furniture Repaired
I Ossie Edwards 843 Old Law- I : 964-2881. 426 N. Walnut St Up.

I I fendant.Icy Road, Starke, Florida, De TOTAL LIABILITIESAND -h1'"n ,-t. 114) i 4tD 1-25 holstered & Refinished


: HOTPOINT R. C. P.Notice D. Reddish is hereby Sheriff given of that Brad-1. ,i 4,562,369.53bank"s er with fan, 75.450 BTU $65. ,'ments.OR RENT Reasonable Furnished rates.apart-Near New Innersprings
A. '
QUAKER by ford virtue County of, Florida a writ, of under Execu-and -This of: capital consists Used 2934 one year. Phone 3to 969-1-18 shopping center. Phone 969-" and Box Springs

tion, in the above styled cause. Common stock with total 2011 or call at 213 S. CherrySt. Drop Ui A Card or CQ

I have levied upon the follow- par value of H50.000.CO ADULT CLASSES. HIGH [Shell Oil Co. Office.] tfch*I PALATKA EA 5-9168

ZENITH WHIRLPOOL FEDDER ing property, to-wit: School diploma. Progress at 964-5934
1952 Pontiac, 4-dr., Sedan, ID Assets pledged Memoranda or assigned your own speed on your level BUSINESS SUBJECTS OFfered -
No. A8WS1S07
Title No. 4350208, Tag. 45- to secure liabilitiesand Enroll now. Adult Education by Adult Education Pro- SIRS. PEGGY SIIALLEE.SUrke. .
1904 for other pur- Office. Rear USO Bldg. gram. Wednesday and-or Axeni
1952 Buick Sedan Title No. poses 9J1.18J.44 Thursday evenings. Enroll !

No. 45W990As I, C. E. Hernwau. Vice Pres.
the property of the above and Cashier of the abovenamedbank irigerators/ at prices you can I Woodworking, and Shop

named defendant and that on do solemenly swear that afrd. North Florida Supply. FURNISHED APARTMENT courses. Monday evening 7.10
I the 5th day of Feb., 1962. be- the above statement la true. 412 E. Call St. tfche 2 bedrooms, )lights and water Enroll now.
i tween the legal hours of sale, and that it fully and correctly furnished. InQuire Bullington -

SAVE 10 I % TO 40 % DURING I namely eleven o'clock in the several represents matters the true herein state containedand of the FOR RENT2 bedroom unfurnished Studio or 321 West Madi-
THIS EVENT ; forenoon and two o'clock in the Phone STOP-READ THISIf
I' noon afternoon, on ,said at twelve day. at the o'clock East knowledge set forth and, to belief.CorreetAttest the .best of my 964-4921. tfchg son St.::__ ins you Into have your thought own business.about go-.

: C. E. Hernwall
door of the Court House in one'bedroom
Bradford County Florida, I wil HAROLD C. WALL FOR RENT; Khigsley Lake FURNISHED NOW IS THE TIME-
FEW EXAMPLES offer for sale and sell to the W. B. WELL furnished 2 bedroom house. apartments for rent. W. H. AMERICAN OIL STATION U
--- --
-_- highest bidder, for cash in S. L. PEEK JR. Well heated. Available to Nollman. 510 N. Cherry.tfchg S.301&SR No. 16 Is now
hand the above described property available.
f" of said defendant to sat- State of Florida. June 1. Phone 964-4201 or -
County of Bradford. si: 964-0741. tfchg We are flexible. Call me and
said execution.
isfy P. D. REDDISH Sworn to and subscribed before BE SURE to see WORLD let's discuss it. W. M. Stewart

Sheriff Bradford CountyBy me this 9th day of Jan. RENT-2 bed- BOOK before buying any en- FR 6-5631 or FR 2-0110,
Jean Wainwright D. S. 196!, and I hereby 'certify thatI HOUSE cyclopedia.' M. A. Payne, your Gainesville tfch
: But-
not officer director room unfurnished.
am an or
$$11.00 $118.00 $S15.42$1d84T. -. 1-11 4t 2-1 of this bank. ler Rd. Phone 964-5685. local representative since 195*.

INVITATION TO BIDCONTRACT 12,My 1964.SEAL Commission. expires Feb. 3tp 1-18 Box 603. Ph. 964-3794 tfC&K WORTH THE TRIP

( OXE) ( ) Helen E. Glasgow.Notary Mobile Homes Alwa

I 12-CU. FT.; I G. E. Electric Sealed JANUARY bids will I, be 1M2 received Bonded Public.by the y..... Bonding HAVE ONE FULL TWO TIME OPENINGS AND ONE- We are proud to announce of I below market, and clean.
KOTPOINT I I the addition
UPRIGHTHOTPOINT Hz C. A. h' the the office City of of Starke the City Florida.at Clerk., and Insurance Co. PART TIME WITH 92 YEAR Doris Nipper to our LAKE GENEVA

Starke, Florida until 2 p. m. E. Or..n.CaMP. ROUTE I TRAILER TASK

BLANKET S. T.. 2tn.. January, 1962 at TYPE WORK. AVERAGE I staff. She will answer 1 ml! SE of Keystone Bon '
hicn time they will be open- MAN OR
RANGE REPORT OF CONDITION OF $2.46 PER HOUR- your calls when the tech-
TELEVISION ed and publicly read for the Route 100
COMMUNITY STATE BANK WOMAN. AGE 35 TO 65. nicians out on calls.
construction of sanitary sewers are
on State Road ZOO South. OF BI'SINKSg OX DECEMBER -, Bias Radio & TV
The principal items of work 38. 1M1 PEACHTREE ST. N. E. AT- Zqnipment V.T1

consists of the construction of A.aaeb LANTA 8. GA. NO. 1 I 920 THOMAS ST. '
"ravlty w wer line, size S-inch Cash balances with ether 6tche 21PTON : P1ng

8-inch and 12-inch; installationof banks, including reserve Phone 964-8981 v'Y Pltth3gE4lufpment
WINKLER service laterals constructionof balances, and caeb.! ItemsIn
manholes; construction of of col-
on interim lift station and aU '..,..process...,. SJ8.78L71 119 S. THOMPSON ST.PBO"E STARKEFOR For Erery Job
: Incidental construction. the United States Government 961-4155 I

... construction of pressure pipe, obligations. ,. direct and NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022 Suporior Tractor Co
size 'f-iscb fire hydrants; instaflation ."rartd SIefaU.sa i SALE- Three bedroom
234 N. TEMPLE AVE. 'all incidental of service construction.laterals and. Leans and BO discount over (Including We Wire Floven Anywhere i iUchl iiome.Inquire at 634 N. Cherry PHONE ET 9-nn

I Plans and specifications will drafts) tO.J7M3f St. Starke 3tp 1-25 5353 W. Beam JacksesrSPAG

I be open to public bupecion at Bank and fix


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