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 18, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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; m :. __ S. ; State Releases $$110,000 To Plan Powers Rea JrCompletion


4 1 ; j. Prison Buildings In Union County

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i Planning funds in the a- pletion date for planning has Of 301

Griffis' Car Knight's Car mount of $110,000 were released teen set for July 1. i

__ .__ _u by the State Cabinet last Sen. Charley E. Johns and

7 week to get preliminary Rep. C. A. Roberts of Union -,. .- .-
groundwork laid for the prison County, who met with the .i ,-' ; 'u'N k. Sweet music fell on the

T' 2 DeadIn system's proposed hospital and cabinet last week In regard to ears of this 301-conscious

reception center to be located: the funds have announcedthat :: : community last Thursday

on the old Lake Butler airportsite plans are in progress now c ,. night when Ralph Powersof

;. in Union County. to get he $700,000 in con- $?
Lake City, .District Two
Register & Cummings, struction money lined up so .
Head-On :: '
Sk Road Board member, out-
Jacksonville firm of architectsand that work can begin as soon S
S :- lined
engineers, have been em- as possible after July 1. When S % S improvement plans

ployed to draw up plans and complete, the facility will S. : S for the route at the Starke-

Ft work out the engineering{ details have cost approximately $3- ; .5 55/ S. -, Bradford County ChamberS

Collision for the facility. Com- 000,000. ;5' ;; .5 ?5' of Commerce annual ban.

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The reception center and kS
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f Griffis Raiford Guards Hospital will be constructedon : 55 Recognizing the fact that

a 500 acre site just southof -j- : S work was to start this weekon
Faulty headlights apparentlywere vor of the accident was appar- :
Shoot Lake Butler between the'' -
,_ I PrisonerIn : four-laning the eight-plus
the of last of the I'
cause Friday ntly thrown clear car
p Scout Hole road and the miles from Starke to Alachua
rjght's head-on auto collision since he was found lying in the
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T Worthington road.
.- J r _ which left two dead and one middle of the road.The body ofthe Escape TryA Springs i ; County line, Powers outlined
The Union Countv Board of _._ other objectives for the route
1 .: critically injured in BradfordCounty's I Newmans woman was pinned --
-- Ji.,:,", _: .:,,: I.fd-:&___ 2LI ::: Commissioners deeded 500 during the next three yearsas
4 first serious accidentof I in Knight's car by the state prison inmate was Chamber of Commerce president Jerome Johns seems I
acres of the 1,000 acre tract to.i. follows:
I Interior of the new year. ;motor and could not be extracted shot and killed at noon Tuesday with
Knight's Carr the State for this project in i| pleased what he is hearing as Road Board member Ralph I 1. Four-laning of the four-

(Photographs by Deputy RwseU"Redding) Deputy Sheriff Willard Wil- until the front seat January 16, when he, order to encourage construction Powers points out progress to be made on four-laning U. S. plus miles from Waldo northto
iiams said Monday that two was removed. Griffis :was also broke and ran from a gang i
of the facility in Union 301 during the next three years. Slap was displayed at JCC Bradford County line.
I witnesses who had seen the pinned in his 1952. Chevroletby working in a sugar cane field
County. i banquet last 2. Four-laning of 5.3 milesin
Because Thursday night.
Of said.
Injury 1953 hardtop Chevrolet driven the motor, the deputy on prison grounds.L. .
Lee 25 had and the rest The reception center, when I* Clay County from Highland -
by Doy Knight His leg was caught J. Swann assistant superintendent -
signed statements to the effect -of his body was resting on the of the new completed. will serve as a distribution By Judge Patten to Maxvllle.

Starke To Enforce Ordinance that Knight's headlights. road. prison where the escape attempt point for all peoplein I 3. Four-laning of approximately -

were not working. Also, Williams The two automobiles collidedin took place identifiedthe the state who receive prison Final Heardt ; six miles in Duval

I said, the lights were not:I the center of the road S. R. dead prisoner as Ro R. sentences. After a person is ArgunOn lents County from Maxvllle to

Controlling Garbage Can Size working properly when Knightand 16, Williams said and neither Robertson, 20, of Eastman, sentenced he will go to the Baldwin.
4. Four-laning south from
I his companion, Mrs. Doro- apparently saw the other. No Georgia. He was serving 11 new center for assignment to i Six PratFinal : Houses
Callahan to Baldwin-
thy Newmans 40 were visitingthe skid marks ''were left by either years for an escape from the one of the State's several j I *

l Injury to a city employee houses into the city has been: former's uncle H. R. car to indicate that either driver Belle Glade prison earlier this penal institutions. Powers said he confidently
ii working on the : arugments in a cir- Lifetime Construction Company expected to have an "an-
garbage detail prepared by his office. It was Knight, who lives past Heil- was aware that disaster was year on *cp of a breaking and
has prompted the Starke I I cuit court suit involving labor was given the 10 days to nouncement of interest" con
city rental house
turned over to the committeeon bronn Springs in a ear, the deputy said. Road entering conviction, carryinga Masons To Hold
council and material liens and a mort- file additional cerning the Duval Count
'I to begin depositions.
enforcing '
an Morris Carter.
house owned by
moving for approvaland conditions were near perfect, five-year sentence from
ordinance CommunicationMeeting gage claim against six nearly. The other holding portion of 301 "in the near
which parties
says that 'I The uncle
garbage to have .several details helped Knight repair -the deputy said, except 'for the Highlands County. .
1 cans must be "not less added. I the headlights before his cold. Swann said that. Robertson Monday completed houses in a new development -I! claims on the houses will be future."
than 10 on West Pratt. 10 days in which to file The speaker said that Flori-
nor more than 32 gal- The city 'also received bids I nephew and Mrs. Newmans He also said that. Griffis made his bid for freedom when given
lon capacity." MerrettH. Street were heard, last Thursday -I answers, if any, to Wilson's da is experiencing! thgreatest
from several firms,on two different started back to Starke, Deputy the[ one o'clock whistle blew Worshipful Master
must have been
M. Councilman Carl Lamar quantities 2,000 and Williams said. The fatal accident approximately ending the work gang's lunch Williams of Bradford LodgeNo. January 11, by Judge I depositions. road-building boom in its .

t Johns stated at the regular 1,500 feet of fire hose. The I. occurred at approximately knight must. 50 have mph been but? going that hour. 35 F. & A. M. announces George L. Patten. I The suit, filed a year ago, Is history. This is justified by

: meeting Tuesday night, Jan- I bids were turned over to Fire 9 p. m. Friday as Knightand much faster. Knight's Robertson ignored the that a regular communicationof The parties involved, however :- to foreclose liens brought by the fact he said, that Florida

uary 16, that a member of the : Chief R. C.' [Red] Buford and I' Mrs. Newmans were head indicated the faster shouts of three armed guards the lodge will be held at were given 10 days additional six companies and to settle I has more vehicles per capita
speed was deputy -
% garbage detail lost a full week's he will have final say over ed back home to Starke and as said, by the fact that the fa halt. The warden said that 7:30 p. m. Monday Jan. 22, in time in which to file the claim of a mortgage hold; 0an3ny' other ttate in the

work from lifting a can which which one is accepted. Millard M. Griffis, 30, of the all three guards opened fire the Masonic Temple. At this more evidence before the er. The houses were virtually union,
frame of the Griffis car was ?
t was full of rocks and water. According to a quarterly report Griffis Loop, was headed to driven severalinches' from un- with shotguns at the fleeing time the Fellowcraft Degree judge makes a final ruling in completed last year but remained Powers said the Bryant administration '-

Ii Johns also said the oversize from the engineers of,the Heilbronn to pay off..his :pulp-. by .the impctcGriffis prisoner, wounding him fatally will be conferred on a candidate the case. unsold and unoccupied has set a goal f"i'

.1, cans, which some few persons cityX! : natural gas__distribution wood hands. *-'.:':*,: *. \I dcthe.jody. in fhe? .back with, four:buck-' who has already been,i. Gainesville Attorney Richard because of the litigation. Extensive completion of the foilowhfour.lanlng' ,< k
who born'.111Starke :
was ;
'own, slow dowhIKe garbage i ':system Reynolds;,Smith 'and When Deputy Williams arrived shot.Assistant: State Attorney elected. Wilson representing repairs, totaling hun- programs dun) i
( May 15, 1931,had lived dreds of dollars will have to the next three years:
detail because it takes two men Hills of Jacksonville, the system at the scene, just east of Mack Futch said an inquest Is
I to handle them. Heilbronn in front of the .Cor here all his life and was employed be made on the houses before U. 8. 1 from the Georg 4
is progressing "at a very set for Friday morning Jan-
: The as a w dt! for.the Du- they can be occupied becauseof line to Florida City below K'-
: councilman suggested, satisfactory rate." The city nelius Moore residence at 9:08 uary 19..Robertson.
and the board agreed, to have the Newmans woman was pont Company and used his damage done by vandals ami.!
now has.601 natural gas customers -I,p. m. entered the State
small puipwood business as a and weather. U. S. 27 and Alternate 27 I
City Clerk Merrill Edwards Councilman Wayne already dead, and Griffis dieda Prison at Ra ford on July 10, ,
sideline. He was on his way to.1 k ,t F-W Developers Inc., one from the Georgia line to Miami. -
contact by phone those few Douglas reported after 19 1 few minutes later.: Knight is 1961 was'classUied, and '> S
Heilbronn] to off some S 4 VL.Y _
pulp- .
pay of the defendants in the case
persons who have oversize garbage months of operation. This is in the Bradford County Hos- transferred to the prison farm Z4b _
wood hands when, the accident S of the State Road 60 cioss-state
is the present owner
cans and request that much better than the three pital still in critical condition unit at Belle Glade Swann r 4
occurred. He was married andha.'a six houses. Plaintiff is Outlaw, from Tampa to Vero Beach.
'I they be replaced with legalize with three fractures of the '
years the engineering firm said. While there he feigned f
four children. ; ,
I Tucker. and Associates. a U. 8. 301 from Georgia line
cans. skull and internal injuries.
predicted it would take the cityto l sickness and attacked a guard I
Both Knight and Mrs. New- Gainesville firm which is to Citra.
Councilman Carl Hurst reported Wil-
build up that many customers According to Deputy when he tried to attend him. "
mans had come to Starke from claiming $3,460 for and He predicted that 8R 100
: that garbage the sole urvi- 'T
expenses he said. liams. Knight. The prisoner took the guard's"lathes : ;
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L inciuamg"u' salaries u. to employees Woof TVt3b VlVrr-rr.1.IJlgUUO. .UUUUk nV 1IVCmonths' *! engineering work done on the and 301 would increase in importance -
and and
- a prison car
I. ( gas and oil etc., cost the For Second VictoryTornado ago,' Deputy Williams i made good his escape. He was S- development. This firm is as feeders for the
stated. Bothilvedin the :Maude the Starke law Federal Interstate Highways,
.epresented by
a r; J month period of October, November Norman Apartments on West, to Raiford with an additional firm of A. J. Thomas Jr. and when they are completed.Mr. .

and December. Cagers Win Call Street. Knight, who worked ., George Pierce. Powers was accompanied -
I sentence of 11 years for escape !
1 Jn other action the council for the Dixie Lily Company and holding the guard Other defendants, all of to the banquet by Jim

.1,% accepted a bid from W. T. 58-43 Over CallahanBradford had just purchased his car a hostage. whom have claims against the Brewer of Lake City, district

_- L'awkin a local painter, to I from Noegel's Auto Sales._ ..lastTKiay property are Lifetime Con- i engineer with the road department
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1 paint the exterior of the'city aiternoon. Neither struction Company of St. I Mrs. Powers and Mrs-
-p hall and the police station ata High basketballers and Dave Ingram with five Knight nor Mrs. Ngwmans County Attorney Petersburg, claiming $16. Brewer.

cost of $150. The paint willcost Riot into the winning column :. points. was married. 012.61 for labor and material; The speaker was introducedby

_J the' city an additional for the second time this sea- i This Friday, January 19, the rouraker Lumber Company of CC president Jerome

$100, Mayor Randal Chitty, son by beating Callahan 58-43 ,, Tornadoes will travel to Green Young GrJody / / Frank Landmm Jacksonville, holder of a $69- Johns who earlier in the

'ho suggested the project as a last Friday but the win was i I Cove Springs for two games 400 mortgage on the property, evening had received the gavel

-' ki k-of to the city clean-up I. marred by losses to Palatka :I which begin at 6:30: p. m. Sat- Mayor Randal Chitty signs Jaycee Week proclamation in assigned to Barnett National horn retiring president Clyde

campaign told the council.: Saturday night 67-28 and toP urday, Jan. 20, will see them InjuredIn Services Held presence of Jaycee officials ((1-r) Jerome Johns. Abe Aber- Bank of Jacksonville. Terwillegar. Johns also Introduced -

t Dawkins is to apply two coats K. Yonge of Gainesville > on the home floor against crombie, and Bob Williams. Duval Engineering and Con- committee chairmen for .'

to the police'station and one Tuesday night, 59-43. Santa Fe for two games which Car MishapSandra tracting Company claims a the new lear and called on

- to the city hail By. beating the Ramblers begin at 6:45. Next Tuesday i paving, curb, and gutter: lien tach to outline his objectives.The .

I City Attorney George Pierce, from Callahan the Tornadoes January 23, they will be on Fay Nettles 8, was Tuesday T. Frank morning Landrum.in 51,local died Jan 21-27 Named Jaycee Week% of $4,000; Robert Savage of president also introduced

of the firm of Thomas and avenged an earlier loss. Dave the road again, both A and B saId yesterday to be ha "fair" a Starke. labor lien of $124. and several members of the State

Pierce reported that an ordinance Ingram was the only Starke squads in Live Oak for games condition at Bradford County heart hospital attack.as the result of a | William T. Jackson Transfer Jaycee organization, who attended -

player to hit in double figures which begin at 6:30 m. i Company of Starke, lien of the banquet.
A regulating the moving of : p. Hospital after sustaining serious 6v Starke Mavor Randal Chittv
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against,we -rammers witn 11 in automo- May 5. 1910 _._ i .S15B25,._____ _for__ eradinz----n_ the n__ lots.. The_. hnnaupt___...___ table.__..n* were attractively -
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I Pleasant Grove in Citrus .
Two Reappointed points. He was backed up by i bile accident about 8:20 p. m. lawn I II The latter two parties have decorated by tea

teammates Richard Hobbs and i Sunday on S229-A. six miles County he had practiced Mayor Randal F. Chitty has I merce (Jaycees) is an organization -' not appeared in court. In Starke Garden Club. and the

Hospital TrusteesMrs. Billy Dowling with nine points northwest of Starke. : Starke since graduationfrom proclaimed the week of Jan.i of young men dedicatedto bringing the suit. Outlaw. banquet was served by members -

each and John Williams with law school at the University 21-27 as Jaycee Week in seeking civic improvements Tucker and Associates named Of the First. Methodist

Inez Green and T. H. tight. It was -the Tornadoes' The child's father, Melvin of Florida in 1932. At Starke, to coincide with the through civic projects and all parties having a claim against WSCS.

Siade. both of Starke have second victory ,in eight tries. Ray Nettles 36-year-old drag the time of his death he was national: and state observance! plans. Operation of the MidgetBaseball the property w that all More than a hundred persons .
line operator was charged for '
been appointed to new termson Consecutive losses to the serving as county attorney of this annual event. League, constructionof would be represented when anal attended this annual

the Bradford County ,Hospital Maroons Saturday and the with driv'oIIlg.hls 1950 Plymouth Bradford County'and had previously Abe Abercrombie, presidentuf the Midget Baseball Park disposition of the property event.
Trustees. The coupe at "speed too served several terms i
Board of Blue Devils Tuesday, January Is the Starke Jaycees, declared Community Development, and is made.
for conditions" and
- great
reappointinents were announced 16, gave the Tornadoes their 111'this capacity. Mr. that "Jaycee Week is an an- Christmas parties for underprivileged Judge Patten is to decide Ice Set No
4 last week by Oov Farris present record of 10 losses I under $100 bond with appear- a former mayor of thei.ifv nual to allow the amounts of the liens and
and event designed
ance date set,for Jan. 30 in ,, onH t. art .l Bryant. two wins- t.J aflS .W -- our members the opportunity a few of the many projects me priority unaer wnicn uiey:
county judge's court. -city--- Record Lows
The eralterms as He also will decide -
stumbling Tornadoes to acquaint the community undertaken by the local club will be paid.
could do last ; The accident occurred where He was a member of the First : the and whether the claims will
nothing with
CITY right __ organization pro- during the past few years. Bradford County's country-
I Saturday to prevent the Ma- the road curves near the TuHy Baptist Church the gram of the Jaycees." According to Jerome Johns, be satisfied by sale of the pro like froma
tide looked a scene
Norman home. State Trooper: Elks Lodge, and the Florida t
loons from sweet of the week here
exacting Highlights perty.
BOWLING district Vice President for the belated Christmas card last
levenge for their football lick- P. W. Carter, who investigated Bar Association. will be the annual :Awards Ban-
state organization, "We believe when residents -
I ing in Starke this year. The estimated Nettles'.speed Surviving are his Landrum.wife Shirley of- quet next Tuesday night anda the single greatest con- ,3 Civil Cases Friday awoke morning to find an 1C1'coating
LEAGUE visitors took an 11-6 first on the curve at approximately Weaver special radio
period Jaycee program
tribution we make to our com tree and
65 mph. Failing to make the Starke; three daughters. 'Miss Set For Trials on every
lead and never relinquished ti i Friday night Jan. 26. Awardsto 'munity is the leadership training -
it on their way to a 6T-28 win. -_ curve, the car left the road Frances T-anHrnm, Starke; be made at the banquet include offer club members.By ,' bush.
Organizational ; Siefferman we our civil set to It's been colder tefore I the
of Three are
I Ingram scored eight points and travelled a distance Mrs. Martha : Good Government, Distinguished developing leadership qualities cases

Meeting and Gary Kouba six for Starke. 183 feet on the shoulder, made Tampa; and Miss den Land- Service, Outstanding in men, we feel we come up in circuit court this low reading at the hospital
one complete turnover, and rum, Durham N. C-; his parents young weather station was 281 but
Against P.K.Yonge Tuesday Young Teacher, and Out have helped them to week and next.
Wed., Jan. 24 came to rest upright facing in Mr. and Mrs._J. A. Land- prepare probably never looked colder
night the Tornadoes played standing Young Farmer. The
serve our community in a responsible Due to DC tried this Friday,
7:30 P.M. the opposite' direction from rum. Inverness: and two sisters i than it did due to a slow rain
perhaps their best game of the radio program will be used to i
when the occasion -
--- position January 19, is the case of Louise the night,
which it was traveling. Carter Mrs. Ruby Montague and falling during
season but it still wasnt good discuss the Jaycee program of arises."
PRATr STREETPLAYGROUND enough to stop the BlueWave's said it was a total loss. Mrs. Cora Brooks both of In- activities. M. Countiss vs. Ray Collins freezing to icicles before day-

J Ken Turja who hit Nettles escaped without in- verness. The Starke Jaycees were or- The Jaycees meet on the second Reddish. The woman is ight. It ,wu late afternoon

fiom anywhere on the court : I jury. His wife Myrtle Lee received Funeral services- were- held. ganized in 1957 with John at *.7 and...'Jrt... fourth w. *vt. Tuesday f.* 4 ti& f...nights.*.*_:**w4_.... asktae 1.000 damages for Injuries before.the son----i came_out_1&l_strong_ 41..
a. YO' "" loo06 .v 006 10 start mclloW
and scored 24 points. At half- at 2:30 p. DlTnUl"SQay in Kopelousos as the first presi- enougn;
a minoi leg laceration in accident -
Restaurant The meeting on sustained a car remained until
time the score stood at 34-21 Starke's Chuck Moore goes Eden Baptist" Church near dent. Club membership at that ice and come
-I This Space Contributed and their son. Stephen Ray, 6, the second Tuesday night is a '
E.. Saturday.A .
the Brootsv Ue. with Re,. :
I P. K. Yonge and a 21 point up for ,an easy layup as. time totaled only ten. ;

Weekly te Publicize i third period scoring burst put Tornadoes won their second had a minor cut on his head. Simpkins officiating. Burial Presidents during the ensuing and dinner the meeting fourth with Tuesday a program nigh Set for next week are Viola heavy frost. resembling a

I Community Events by the game completely beyond contest against. eight losses According to Carters re vas in the family plot in Lake years were Jerome Johns, Ray; is devoted to business. Osborne vs. G. J. McGriff on blanket of snow, formed Sat

the reach of the Tornadoes. this season. The local cagers port.. Sandra Pay. had a possi- Lindsey Cemetery. Goldwire, and Fred Snell. Membership Wednesday, January 24. and urday morning when the low

The Johns Williams scored 16 beat Callahan Friday, January continued to increase President Abercrombie extends Anril C. Roulston vs. E. M. i reading was 20.
11 Community Ue skull fracture internal inJUries Active pallbearers were invitation to an
points for the Tornadoes and 12, 58-43 but lost Saturday i. until at the present time there an young Mitchell Jr. on Thursday, Jan- Temperatures Sunday Mon i
and concussion. She was H. Houston. Jimmy m between the of 18 and .
J. State Bank Chuck Moore trailed with 15. night to Palatka 67-28 and I Harry are 54 active members from ages uary 25. day, and Tuesday did not go

They were backed up by teammates I Tuesday, January 16, to P. K. unconscious when taken tome I Moore, Lucian Conner, and Starke and Bradford County. 35 to visit a meeting as a guestof All trials are set for 9:30: below freezing*, but Wednesday

-j Billy 4&nders-with seven, Yonje of Gainesville 59-43. hospital. Palmer. Jim, and Sari Brooks. The Junior Chamber of Con "the dub. J .a SS ead1 mon ng. morning's tow was 31,


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t Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Stover..Chicken Thief Eui-y Stokes, 40 Berry Growers Professors Top I Glen Reddish Stricklands.I Ii i,I main with us as a precious
of Mountain Lake Park Md. 42 points i memory. Our sincere thanks

.are visiting:their daughter, :Mrs. Funeral Services Franklin Tomunson Stall- and gratitude for all those ,'
Men's Play ,
Gets 5 Years Must Control Cage
I L. V. Hardin, and family. Held Monday' ings, 40 points. comforting acts. -Katie Stokes t'
and the Stokes family.
Mrs. W. J. Zahn, Mrs. Theresa -

Anderson,, and Mrs. Ed. Chickens which- kept' mys- :EurY Fianklin Stokes, 40, of leaf Spot"The Jim Temple scored 20 points BANK HOLIDAYThe ,

Green*,of Ormond Beach were teriously flying' the coop in st rke.' Sis2{(:Sunday'morning last Thursday night to lead

GI4DTS: MOOTT FII4NE W40851'MrsIrma Sunday guests of Dr. and :Mrs. Hampton finally were the ;I in a SJarke hospital after a most important ac- the Professors to a 65-26 victory Community State Bankof I fYOUOUSHTTOKEAR1THE I II

F "'l -' A O. "L. Haynes Jr. of two Hampton Negroes over the winless Seniorsin
: : cause brief ilnefs. He_"was born ,in jvity for strawberry growers Starke and the Florida Bankat

:Wflburn of Louisville Mr. and, MJX.r R. Or.P'"T \ ansby", rMrs.. Thelma ,:Mendoza, and being copped up in the Brad, BradfohkCounty on Dec. 6, right now is to control leaf I the first game of a triple Starke will not be open for I FOLKS ENTHUSE

{Ga. Is; spending 'several and son, Mickey, visited" *Ur. Miss: .Gloria Johns of Jackson- tord County jail, according to I I 1921 'then! of :Mrs. Alberta spot,", County Agent G. T. header. Nat Dankel led the business on Friday, Jan. 19,! WHEN ONCE THIS SPECIAL

;veeks with"her daughter/Mn s. and Mrs. Roy'AiMFews' 'in ville 'and Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Deputy Sheriff Willard Williams. -i LeWis- stokes of Brooker, and Huggins said yesterday. Since i Seniors with 13 points.In Robert E. Lee's birthday, a le- GAS T EY USE

-BL.. Moxley Jr.. and family. Jacksonville on Sunday, '.Ritch'\ and. -children, -were' Sunday I the late''Horace Stokes. there is a possibility of An- the second game Lawtey; gal'holiday in Florida. i
of Mrs. Car- Blocker, 40, Hamp-! machine Ihraconose in addition to common trounced the Jaycees 41-23 by
Mr. and Mrs. IL L. Hunt of : Mrs. George Lennon and Mrs. dinner guests Lucian : Mr. Stokes, was a ,

*$acramentoCif.; % are visiting Fleetwood. Howard of 'Jack-, rie Ritch' .and Miss Annie .Dar-- ton Negro, was sentenced to I operatorwith the. DuPont leaf spot the following scoring 23 points in the last CARD OF THANKSThe

..J1r. and Mrs:-Oarl Mathews sonville were last Wednesday' 18 months in the county jail i. Company, and was a veteran spray program is suggested. quarter.

-ihis week. They ail visited afternoon visitors of Mr. and by.Mr.. and Mrs. John A. Torode on three charges of stealing I of World War II. He: was a 1. An application of copper: Rivers was high for Lawtey.of kindness and sympathy I I

3ie Bruce Mathews family in Mrs. I> A. Davis. Also visitingthe were i n Miair Monday to the, chickens and Clauie: :..: member,of the, primitive: Baptist while plants are growing and with 13 points while Buddy Elliott -i recent neighbors and will friends in our I i

Gainesville on Sunday, and.Jl.ther' Davises on Thursday were Thursday attendi g the Racing I Granger, another Negro, has.I Church. before bloom is heavy. had 16 for the losers. sorrow always re-,

relatives at Jacksonville 'Mr. and Mrs. Marvin. Hardee Commission meeting. I been 'bounj' over to Circuit 'Besides- his :Another, he is 2. Make the next application Stricklands defeated Stall-

And Neptune Beaches,on'Wed- a.;Morgan.". ,,City_ La. ... Airs..Paul Raymopd is visiting court by County Judge T. A. survived oy ''his wife, Katie Zineb or Captan. ings 57-36 in the last game. OTIF. OF IATEATIOX TO ,
"- H' '
'.neay. Mr. and Mrs. Cary Nazworth her sister, 'Mrs. M.:H. Lang, in Yawn for receiving stolen pro- Eas'terling Stokes: "of Starke; 3. The next application may Dewayne Elder had 14 pointsfor IlKCISIEU FICTITIOUS AMi:
; Lewis Putnam <*nd Mr. ,and of 'JacksOnville; were visiting the: Good >Samaritan Hospitalin perty. Blocker was sentenced::'one. son; Frajikie Stokes, be copper if bloom is not the winners while portor- the undersigned" is hereby, under give" the i" pr that<.-

: frs. Robert Case of Spartan- their parents, Mr. and Mrs. West Palm Beach. Mrs. Lang Tuesday, January 16, by Yawn r Starke; iwo daughters,. Mrs. heavy. Using straight copper field had 17 for the losers. visions of Chapter 20,953: Laws

S''Wg, S. C.were, last Thursday :Barney. McRae and- Mr.. and underwent surgery,last Monday I and Granger is under $500 Aline Striekland, Lake Butler; too often may stunt size of In Monday night's games of register Florida with, Acts the of Clerk 19 n.of will the FOR

1 \isitors of Mrs.' J. M.'Mitchell-, Mrs. W. T. Nazworth on. 'Sat Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar spent I ;bond;: in the connty jail. He can : and Rhon Stokes, Starke; bloom and berry. Stricklands defeated the Jaycees Circuit Court in and for Brad-
J / retuniedI ieceive a maximum sentenceof four brothers, 'Dewey W. of ford C'ountFlorida.:, upon ro
Mrs. M.
"fl. Lance urday. last Thursday! : Sanford as the i 4. After berries begin to set I 34-26 for their third ceipt of proof of publication of i 25 YEARS
m thrEe weeks' Earl Johnson five years for his offense. Jacksonville; Leroy 'of Lake this notice, the fctitiou! f
I Saturday b ,Mr. and Mrs. guest of her sister, Mrs. Dale I and size up, change to Captanand I straight win. Townsend Strick- WESTMORELAND TllXil.KR n :v1t with relatives in Way- and sons of St. Mary's Ga. Scott, and her mother, Mrs. J. According to Williams the i Hamilton; Rudolph Horace stay with it. i land and Edward Akridge each PARK, underviuoh 1 an I The People Of

:''r.pss, Si.: :.pimqnsjsland} .Ga.; and Mrs.,Jojj Wilson of, Starke H. Truluck. Blocker Negro stole two hens i ,/r. of Alachua; and Donald I had 9 points for the winners engaged in business at0i.. Bradford County
"Observation here in
.and ;Pernant1naBeach. were Sunday guests of Dr. and a turkey from Billy Varnes -I Stokes, Brooker; four sisters, our while Elliott had 11 points for South Westmoreland Street '
Starke, Fla. And Area Have
Mrs. Joe Wilson visited her county, as well as work done .
and Mrs. J. W. Brownlee. of Hampton early last Fri- | Mrs. Mildred Martin, Miami; the Jaycees. B. C Holtzendorf Jr. Rt. :
: Misses Jean. jMundy .and brother R. "A. Weeks,. in St. Jackson- at our Experiment Station Box 233, Starke. Fla. sole own Been Using OurDependable
12, just ,
Buch- Mrs. Fipps
Charles morning, January :,
Mr.. and Mrs. day I-
6 a Linda .Kay .Sale; :of FSU are Vincent's Tuesday. Louisiana State Stallings won their first
Hospital and University
'fome the jbetweensemester wald and family of Gaines- after a rain. He had stolen an- 1: yule; Mrs. Jewell Keedwell of : er.Dated this Sth day of Jan
for of the defeating
: .game season by '
t Mr. how: that Captan is one of A. D. l'l! 62 at Starke, Bi ail- I
ville were weekend guests of and Mrs. J. R. Hixon other chicken around 9 p. m. jBrockton, Mass.; and Miss I nary
holiday.v the Seniors 49-32 by the ford County, Florida.CALL .
best fumigant materials, 'I
r'_ __J \r__ v.*t_ .......,__ Mrs. Gerit VanDiepen. were in Chattanooga, Tenn.- Friday which he and another 1 Ruby Stokes, Starke. _me, u_ .... Vint1 .cVlAT't'l'nnp f\f tli Ail" "frtWiro I _
AIT. ana AITS. jacit nuneyand Mrs. Edward Bums'and Mrs.Pat 'from Saturday to Wednesday Negro- had cooked and eaten. Funeral services were held nuggins said "in addition to I.jiwi. 9Aiukii4ig ui 14icji. iui nam __ I It t
son. ban, of Wilmington Franklin Tomlinson, who scored ,, GAS SERVICE
its leaf
use as a spot pre
Scoggins attended the where they attended the funeral said he caught j xt 2 p. m. Monday in Rock
) Williams 29 points. Nat Dankel had 8 FOR BIns
Dela. will be overnight guests I
ventive, it is effective in the i
: {tatf meeting .of the SantaFe of Mr. Hixon'smother, Blocker by trailing him across' primitive Baptist Church near Scaled Bids Will Ill' receivedi :
for the Seniors.
Sunday:.of Col.and-'Mrs.-T.: T. Library Region in Gainesville Mrs. Alice Hixon, on Monday.Mr. to' The Negro > Brooker with Elders Herman control of fruit rot, as the' the Florida :State Prison ai ,: Bottle
his home.
: ixinj( wile .enroute ,to ,Pom- a field : berries and ripen." I The last of the night the office of the Procurement''
develop game
Wednesday evening. and Mrs. Roy ,.King of lias footprints over a foot Moody and Harry Eddie of- .| Officer, Florida State Prison.I!

!S (ano Beach. Billy Harrington underwent Spartanburg, ,S. C. were' guests long, the deputy said, and was !;..rici tlng. Burial ,was in the Huggino added: "Leaf spot :':was with the the highlight two undefeated of the team week .ater Itaiford.than Florida 10 a,, ni up January ta and not 24 'I Bulk

Mrs. Hildabelle Bence Mrs. nose surgery in aptist Memorial Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde easy to track. Williams also I church cemetery under' the can be dangerous. Prevention 1962:!, for various!' items of rags
Juanita) Downing, and' Mrs. Hospital on Tuesday. Terwillegar. Granger's wife in the ,direction of DeWitt C. Jones is much better than letting it I,j meeting in a close and exciting <-nd clippings. Kids will l.e foi *
:TTelen:Kuchler of Jacksonville caught ,[game. The Professors, who rags, and clippings where and Metered
: head start. Now, while
Mrs. Sar h'Hunter and son, :Mrs. A. G., Tongue and process of cooking one of the Funeral Home.Services a I .tS is. Subject to inspection Ilrl..1to
/ere Tuesday. visitors of Mrs. Theron- were in DaytQna daughter, Mrs. Emory Dean of chickens, thus connecting him t plants arc growing, a good Ii! trailed most of the game, defeated bidding Bids must be on ,
which! ma1>1' seemed "-
hid forms
46-41 in the last
:EUa! ':.Hoover. Beach over the weekend Fairfield, were Saturday ,guestsof to the theft. Williams and Held disease and insect prevention Lawtey from the office of the Procurement PHONE :
Mrs. Dorris Price and visiting Mr..and Mrs. John T. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell. Sheriff P. D. Reddish found I program can pay off. If you two minutes. Doug Lowri- Orfl 'er. Florida :;tai.Priuon .- I ,
:daughter, Pamela,of Jacksonville Clardy! and am !. where Granger had buried I i suspect any insect damage, more was the leading scorer ; Raiford Florida 1-11 2t 1-11-
.. and ,Mrs. .Carrol Smithof Sunday For for the Professors, netting 18
were. weekend guests of Misses Mabel and Esther bade entrails and feathers after he II I add: Parathion to your spray 964-7551
".: Ir. and Mrs. H. L. Hough. Benson of Burlington, Ia. were City were Tuesday} had dressed the turkey and I ,.,r get a combination dust for I points, while John Bates had
visitors\ of Mrs. Effie Johns. I : SEE
Millard Griffis 13 for the losers.
: Mrs Lorraine Champion, Sunday afternoon visitors of ,chickens. disease and insects. I

: <*Mrs. Ruby Johns and Mrs. ;their'' cousins\ Mr. and Mrs Gainesville:Miss ;Norma Canova, of The deputy said he knew I The City League is playedat 'Hi
) formerly employedin I Neighbor'
i :Ode Hutchins attended ahairstyling Harry Mooty. the, office of Rep. A. J. he had Blocker dead to rights I Funeral services for Millard Sickness Causes : the High and School gym every
Monday Thursday night
show in Jackson- Marvin Brown, who was inducted he tracked him to his Matthew Griffis, 30, were held
Thomas Jr. in Starke, has after I Excessive AbsenceAt
joined at 6:45. The is
:\'lUe on Sunday. in the Army last week, the Washington, D. C. staffof Iiouse; because the place 'was at 2 p. m. Sunday in the I starting public \ With Jim Watson
I invited to come out and watch
j C. J. Powell, who has -been"patient ;p stationed! at Camp Gordon, Senator George Smathers. literally covered with chicken Bethel Baptist Church near Bradford HighThe these j and on Jan. 23

:do in the,Lake'City VA. (Augusta, ,Ga. for basic train- bones and feathers from un- Starke, with Rev. R. T. Wil- games.Standings L1
iams officiating.Mr. flu bug has really been I SPECIAL GUEST
hospital for several weeks,
counted thefts. Two ,
Social previous W L
.". underwent surgery there on ing.Misses Elissa Stefanelli and SecurityA Griffis died Friday biting this week with over 100
warrants were signed against night Jan. 12, as the result absent from Bradford Professors 4 0 i
-Monday! Sylvia Carrol of U. of F. spent ; pupils Geo. T. Huggins
representative of the I Blocker by Varnes and one by ot injuries received in an High School the first three Lawtey. 3 1
: and the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
Dav !Suzy Cowen_ are Gainesville Social Security office Stricklands 3 1 .
: confVe;l ,wiUi Chicken, pox.Tof&my flenry Stefanelli.; will be at the courthouse I R. O. Simmons of Hampton, automobile collision He near days, school authorities reported Jaycees 1 3 I Bradford CountyAgricultural ,
I ; Springs. was i
.Cra.wfp/d of Jackfconvi Fred Thomson of U. of F., in Starke from 9:30: s,;"tfn. :Friday -i and one was signed by Deputy Stallings 1 3
}JLiorn May 15, 1931 near
: e.: j>erit the weekend was visiting i his grandparents,, Jan. 26, for thex Impose Williams against Granger for Starke, and had lived here all Wednesday was the worst Seniors 0 4 Agent '

with: ,his .nattier} !4r E. L. :Jlr. and; Mrs. F. F. Stump- of Conducting social,'fecurity' receiving, the stolen chickens.I 'his life. He had been emplQyed clay with 121 students absent Top Scorers : At 6:45 A. M. Florida

J| CrawfOrd. 9\er the weekend. business. but TuescIaran Reagin, Professors, 58 points ,
for several as a welder a close second -
,I years
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n. T'.". '' ''' T "' nn.. I
.e uou, ou "
with the DuPont Company, with 116 students and .Duuuy jaycees

and also conducted a small four teachers absent. Approxi- I I points I Powerful Channel 12

pulpwood operation. He was a I Doug Lowrimore, Professors, WFGA TV
member of the Boatdrain mately 120 students were also I!49 points I .1 Theatre
absent JacksonvilleWe I'
from school
I Baptist Church. Monday. John Bates, Lawtey, 42 points].
Surviving are his wife, Dolores -
Cexton Griffis; one son

Millard M., Jr., three daUgh-// FRI. & SAT.,

,.-t- e e Julie ters, Griffis Diane,, all Sheriden of Starke; his1!, % Must Make Room For New Stock Coming In -- I JAN'.19&20

,.. parents, Sidney, F. and Katie i I Double Feature Program
i ? k' (, Chase Griffis, of Starke six ; I
4- 'f ;, Therefore %We Are Offer ing This SPECIAL I For

,.- :Brothers Purvis E. Kling, S.,I 1st Feature
"* 4
: ii"1t Sidney F. Jr., Emery L., Clinton I

J and Gary Griffis, all of I Ed Sullivan says: "
I ,', ;" ,t; Starke; and four sisters, Mrs. i ONE WEEK ONLY! I THIS IS REALLY

: Margaret Batten, Jacksonville; I THE BIG SHOW .
: Mrs. Gloria Triest, Keystone!

Heights; Mrs. Alice Martinez,

I EXTRA EXTRA San Diego, Calif.; and :Miss ,
Jacqueline Griffis, Starke. iIprdl( ; -

LoOkI Burial was in the Kingsley -

I Lake Cemetery with DeWitt' 'L4tr
for' C. Jones Funeral Home in''I

charge of arrangements. CO.Ob5OILl.jLS

i\-.T4J! I the Arthur Active Patray pallbearers Lovis Demp-were''I; ; 2nd. Feature

.e. <' .." fey' John Ross Charles Bryant 1U1tI
John Bradley, and Glen I
: 14rI"$ 9yble elgjtic? In the;bock 9 f E x TFin At There' an elastic comfort band in the J
:. tv,ry Playtix $2.5Obro.Where other front of every Playtex $2.50 bra. Unlike Wade.
to* w.af out tail\ PloyUx givti you ordinary. bras Playtex gives you the
double! 't'qjticor' doubts! t ft e w I qr. extra you. comfort of bras that breathe with Rotary Is ToldRailroad's 44cj I

RoleIn j:4:, _
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a .' all U. S. History | I I

The important :part that -.- -r---_ _

PLAVTEX $25 ERAS railroads, have ,played: in de-J I % + '

: :, yelopment of the nation was ,

I pointed out Wednesday by I I _

Roy T. Lord, general 'superin- < t, ri, (,
endent of motor transportation I fr' hlt 1 '

; I for the Seaboard Air (Similar '::'
Line in a talk: at the Rotary Cartoon:
wXTA3EXTRA4 j TO Photograph) -" i
Club.Mr. iI Mighty Termite
Lord said that in spite I iI I

of the growth ,of other means I I
of transportation railroads I' SUN., MON., & TUES.,
I Double Dresser & Mirror !
still played the most important !I ( 95 JAN. 21, 22, & 23
role and predicted a' 9
Chest of Drawers .
bright future for Starke because .

\ EXTRA #5At of its location on the { 4 Je RYle'W"lltraMD
Seaboard's main line and also : Bookcase Bed'

at the hub of several important -

highways.The Regular Price 130.85

speaker said that mergers I' I I {

r1JJH of railroad lines were BLGSTOCKoF 1 f'" ; tAMIfAG ,'I
/ 11.,; .
I Lrought about by economic Matching Nite Table 19.95 ,."7_ N., @ l! _-- }:\}
conditions and predicted that' USED SPACEHEATERS #.

the trend would have to continue Available in white or walnut ;. I

if the railroad.lines All wood
', were suite m"
: tWttfttfenal mw cb'ngtng' febrjc I In jKeMcfc $ AcIcofloocJpoyest I blend' Exchrtive new vm/eritff _panel wnaV to survive.. He said that if the From

of the Hoyiex Magic-ding o means (exclusive of elastic) gives 'you the each cup,give you support where you I proposed, merger of the Seaboard Center Drawer Guides ,!
I .1 >' Kray* stays";in place woit't ride up. coolneu of'cottol' ...tha Ions-wearing, need.it' most. Playtex Fashion-Magic Bra.White. and 'the ACL is finally All drawers dovetailed 1
Jlarylu ''Mogic-, ing .Bra. White.} 32A easy-core feature of pacron.PlaytexCottpnSacrpn 32A to 40C,&50. D sizes $1.00I $ ',
.$ fro. White. 32A to 40C mvi. approved, it would not affect $500: 'twaLk1Cartoon ?
I' ., tt.50. the operation of the line between This suite has features
1 r<- many
Jacksonville, ;ind" Tam- :
Quaker, Duo-Therm, i
., ". .. -' ,' : pa.The of more expensive suites Magic Chef, Coleman, Peoples. .Choice
speaker was introduced Perfection -

by Junius.M.: Smith, a retired : WED., THimSFRI..

: YeX; youll find extra featv.re.$t that t.mean_ extra value for_your. money, ,when you I Seaboard employee. I i iI
r--l > s i I JAN 24, 25,. & 26Ld1
: M any Playt x 2.50 Bra., features that gives you extra comfort. extra. fit, ,Employees I lilt'S A Fact You Can Do Better At"Denmark >\

: : extra Jong'wear life. Choose trie extra features that will do.. the. most for your,. iPuPont
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;Credit Union :
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To Meet Saturday: Furniture Co0 vuj t,
I j ja
I I The DuPont Mining ,Employees '

Credit Union wiH* Sold its
annual meeting at :30 p. m.,

: $&Saturday 20, in the Starke I OF .1)) STARKE

.UBO building- A- roast. bef. dinner I : Cartoon:
I will be served, and door c '
i 111 WEST CALL ST. I 134-446 ST. Dr. Jekyl & Mr. Mouse 'sIt.
'. prizes, and entertainment W.fCALL t PHONE 964. 321I
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TmmSDAY, JAN. 18, 1962

Ray Reddish | s Student Panel less.I r
Ricky Johns, I pital, Gainesville.

1Qo- Is SpeakerAt Presents Program Two-Years-Old I! Members are asked to remember Mr. and Mrs. Richard Arley
Woman's .aj the pledge for the Underhill Starke announce

ClubRay IAt High School PTA Celebrates Date 1 March of Dimes. Those present the birth of a daughter, Pam

will give a penny per I ela Ann on Jan. 11 in Doc
Reddish dean of students I
PHONE 964-0631 I "Communication Between I Little Ricky Johns, who was inch in waist measuremnt. tor's H 'Pital.
at Bradford High I
I[ Teenager and Parents" was I two years old on Sunday Jan. Those not present will pay Mr. and Mrs. Morris Carter
was guest speaker at
I he topic of a panel discussion 14, celebrated the occasion :wo cents an inch. I announce the birth of a son,
Ann MosherIs the regular meeting of the '
t when the Bradford County Saturday afternoon when his ;I I David Robin, on Jan. 9, in
Starke Woman's Club Wednesday
on -
Bride OfFranklin afternoon of last High School PTA met in the grandmothers, Mrs. S. R. I Recent Births Baptist Memorial Hospital
cafeteria Tuesday night. Johns and Mrs Charles Darby Jacksonville.

O'SteenIn week.Mr. John Adams Student Council gave a party for him at
Reddish spoke on "Art, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gomes,
president, served as moderator the home of the latter. Ricky's
As A Hobby," discussing the -L Starke announce the birthof way you write. Come In and
a candlelight ceremonyat | with the following stuI mother Mrs. Randy Johns, I
elect favorite ESTEB-
Church importance of hobbies in aarell a son Mark Andrew, on your
Hampton Baptist
.,, I dent panelists taking part: was confined in Bradford
yN rounaed life, and point- Jan. 3, in the University Hos- BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-
Friday night Jan. 12.
Victoria xr Vickie Derrick "What Is De- County Hospital where she GRAPH.
ing out the fact that one sees I
Ann Mosher of Hampton Became
the bride of Franklin beauty from his particular I "Responsibilities of Teenagers" sister, Virginia Elise, that !

Delano O'Steen of Waldo. standards and culture. The : Bernie Collins. "Re- morning. i j

Rev. W. P. McElroy per- speaker was introduced by i sponsibilities of Parents": A yellow and green color!ii Do It Now!
Mrs. H. V. Knight, second t tw
formed the single ring cere- Jack McComb "Career Selec- motif was carried out in the I,

mony before an archway of vice-president. tion";; Bubba Moody, "The party decorations and re-
P. T. Nolan principal of Make an appointment today for portrait
greenery. An arrangement of Good Parent"; and Linda freshments. The seven youngsters your

greenery white mums and Starke Elementary School, ': ,i" Wasdin "The Good Teenager who helped Ricky cele- : which will be a treasured
lilies centered the archway, gave the devotional. ',., ; 'r: ." brate the memory.
I "'} :'1'r! .. Many good points for occasion were given:
During the business meeting '
11 and the front of the church parents and students were ,, favors of piggy banks and !
decorated with baskets of presided over by the I I Photographs preserve the likeness as are
j was $ a Y. ; brought out in the discussion. party blow-outs. you
: president, Mrs. D. L. Thomas,
fern and 9 !
greenery. Elden Mathews announcedthat Mrs. Johns and Mrs. Darby
Fii it was voted to give $60 to the now.
Parents of the
bride Mr.
are the PTA would sponsora were assisted by Ricky's'father '
and Mrs. Milton Mosher of beautification of SR 301 money-making event on Randy: Johns.

Hampton and Mr. O'Steen is P t North .. April 6, the adult version of Only the finest materials and workmanship go
;t Mrs. H. H. Adams Mrs. T. ; ;(4 ,,
\ '
the son of W. F. O'Steen of : "Swinging High" a musical
Waldo. H. Slade and Mrs. O. L. Hay- <\ g Beta Sigma Phi into our portraits.
piay that scored a big hit!
Given in marriage by her : ., IA ties Jr. were elected to serve 1. I when presented by students 1 I[To Meet MondayBeta

father the bride wore a full- ,.., on the nominating committeefor .. : last year. Parts are now being
,, length gown of nylon paper the ensuing year. I! cast to include some of the Sigma Phi sorority THE NEWSERN STUDIOOpen

taffeta. The full tiered skirt I'. .i'". ". ,' 11i 's Mrs. Eugene Williams hos- 4 ueachers and PTA members.Mrs. trill meet Monday, Jan. 22, at
tess chairman, and her com- '
was shirred into a train effectat ';:' "' D. L. Thomas vice i &p. m. at the home of Mrs.i

the back and was topped '""',. ." jilJj,""::, mittee served a salad course president conducted the meetS i!I Elizabeth Haines with" Tues., Fri., Sat. 10 A. M. 5 P. M.
with a fitted bodice and lace I J' .: i. L from an attractively appointed ing in the absence of the I Mrs. Jeanne Clark as :JhosJ J
jacket with three-quarter 7 i. I :; : \ refreshment table in the president. Refreshments were .

length sleeves. Her elbow- sunroom during the social
served by the mothers of the
length veil was held in place Patricia Anderson nour. The table was covered j 9th grade.Carolyn.
with satin and "*ith an imported cutwork jj
a headband becomes Bride Of :
h ...r
cloth and centered with a
she carried a white Bible, ",,&;:>'F.' "iiV"I'''.''' J.,,@' .;.. .;:;',, "," ; Smith SAVE
topped with a single white Clifford PikeThe lovely arrangement of pink j

j carnations and stock. This 'Carolyn George Weds Tony CrawfordIn Honored With [
rose.Miss St. Johns Park Baptist was flanked by four low silver &

t Kathy Conklin servedas Church, Jacksonville, was the candle holders with burning Jacksonville Church Of ChristMiss Bridal Shower j V
her sister's maid of honor
setting for the wedding of pink tapers. Mrs. J. W. Kin- I Tn During Carp'sGreat
earing a nile lace- ,
over-taffeta sheath green dress Patricia Anderson daughter caid and Mrs. D. L. Thomas Carolyn George or and Mrs. Reba LaBarge assIsted :Miss Carolyn Sue Smith of |

of Mr. and Mrs. Van Andersonof presided at the silver coffee Jacksonville became the brideof in serving. Lawtey was honored with a i, \
street length. The ) bridesmaids
;) Jacksonville formerly of services at each end of the Anthony [Tony] Wayne After a wedding trip to South bridal shower at the home of :|
Joyce Conklin, sister of the
I'' Van's Motel, Starke and Clif- table. Crawford, also of Jacksonville, Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Craw- Mrs. Ralph Wise last Friday .
bride and Evelyn Griffiths of
: ford S. Pike son of Mr. and ..... .-- --- at a beautiful wedding Friday ford are making their homeat night. Co-hostesses with Mrs.
'-. .
'' ,',''- -. .-
market wore lace sheath Mrs. Alvin Scheadler of Crown iT';I ..,' .. ":',".,Hi 1 evening, Dec. 8, at 8 o'clock in 1515 Domas Drive Jack- Wise were Mrs. Robert G/'I':'
dresses fashioned like themaidofhonor's ;; ;, Mid-Winter
Point Ind., Friday evening, i, '' I Ir the Arlington Church of I sonville. The bride chose for Norman, Mrs. Walter E.

in rose and Dec. 8, at 8 o'clock. Rev. Char- ; Christ in Jacksonville. Horace traveling a beige wool suit Smith, and Miss libby Smith.
blue. Each carried
a les Julian performed the cere- f. Stephenson performed the with matching accessoriesand Games were played ana'! _

white rose, and wore a single mony. double-ring ceremony. The a corsage of white sweet- prizes awarded to Mrs. Austin

strand of pearls. Centering the altar of the r a \ bride is the daughter of Mr. heart roses. .,names Bell, Mrs. Paul Smith,

Maria Jeanne Mosher church was a large satin heart and Mrs. Cecil George 3534 The bride attended junior and Mrs. Melson Privett.

younger sister of the bride consisting of red sweetheartroses .s f Itogero Road Jacksonvilleand high school in Deland high After the honoree had I

served as flower girl, wearing red carnations and the groom is the son of school in Birmingham, Ala., opened her gifts, refreshments j I

a yellow full-skirted dress large white pompoms banked 'te Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Crawford and is now employed by the were served by the hostesses.)!

with white organdy trim with with green palms and white k Sr.t Rt. 2, Box 143-B Starke. Florida State Board of Health. i

11 a flowered headband. Her lighted tapers. Flanking the Baskets of white gladioli Mr. Crawford attended Alpha Delta Kappa J

basket of white and natural heart were two baskets of red I mums and greenery against a Bradford High School and is I

itraw was trimmed with pink gladioli, mums and pompoms. white arch set the scene' for I employed at the Singer Sew- ,Meets Tuesday ::1 Look It These Unusual Savings!

loses. Eston Gary Mosher served James Smith served as best the candlelight c.eremony. ing Machine Company. i I.I Ii I..

as ring bearer. man and ushers were Larry } Selected wedding music recorded Out of town guests includedMr. I J Teaching the individual::

Tillman Bay of Gainesvillewas Anderson and Leo Clausen. by the Harding Chris- and Mrs. Lonnie Crawford i i was the topic of the Alpha

best man. and ushers y The maid of honor, Miss i tian College Acappella Chorus Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Gamma Chapter of Alpha Delta;'!1

'?ere Floyd Smith and David Barbara Friese of Waldo wore I was enjoyed prior to the wed- Hugh Crawford Glenn Craw- Kappa Sorority at their monthly -.]

Allen, both of Hampton. a' gown of green bridal taffeta : ding ceremony. Mrs. Delia ford, Mrs. Zack Crawford Mrs. meeting Tuesday night, January

After the ceremony, a reception with a full skirt! scoop J Loupee was the soloist. Neil Crawford, :Mrs. Lonnie 9, in the Southside School)!
Neil Crawford of Starke Crawford Jr., Mrs. Rudolph I
neckline and sleeves. In
was held in the Sun- :
served his brother Crawford, and Mrs. Fred Tac- Nine members were present Shoes Sweaters
hair she wore a cap form- Smith-Bell as best
day School rooms of the icr: I as Mrs. Lucille Payne .and Mrs.!: Votk
ed of satin and a taffeta cabbage man. Ushers were Zack Craw- cia.
church.: The lace covered 7..9CODIPOSITIDN
] ToldMr. Laurie Mullins gave their pro-; to
ford of
bride's table held the tiered rose to which was attached Gainesville and Lonnie Mrs. Ernestine Register! 7.99 Values
shoulder length veil Crawford Jr. of Starke also Circles gram. Reg.
wedding cake frosted in a .
president at the business -
and Mrs. Paul F. Smithof brothers of the ; CORK
of English illusion. groom.
white and topped with a min- Mrs. S
Meet meeting. Tyro guests,
The bridesmaids Miss Clau- Lawtey announce the engagement The matron of honor Mrs. TuesdayIda l BulkY KnitpND
iature bride and A '
groom. Verna dia Tate and :Miss Jackie Lott of their daughter Barbara Cozart was attired in RUBBE2
second table covered with a the First
Darby Circle of leen Anderson were introduced.i
Carolyn Sue to Austin James street Cardigans
similar to that of a length dress of red
.ace cloth, held the punch \ ore gowns WMU met Tuesdayafternoon
bowl and coffee urn. White the maid of honor, in a beau- Bell in son of Mr. and Mrs. brocaded taffeta in a sheath Baptist with Mrs. O. O. Webbas A covered dish supper was I AU Sizes, 7.11 Washable

wedding bells and pink tiful shade of bridal red taf- Austin James Bell of Starke. style, three-quarter length served by hostesses, Mrs. .Lucille -
I Mr. Bell is in business with program topic I
sleeves scalloped neckline .
t streamers trimmed the room, feta.The What Catholics Believe" was: Payne and Mrs. Martha ONLY Sale price
his father at Bell's Garage in and matching overskirt of
and also another room where bride, given in mar- presented by Mrs. L. G. Powell, : Pellum. I
her father, wore a Starke. Miss Smith is employed red silk organza. Her matchingveil OolY
gifts were on display. Mrs. R. riage by Mrs. L. A. Wynn, and Mrs.
by the Trail Restaurant in of red tulle was attachedto \
O. Simmons officiated at the gown of imported ChantiUy I Garl Mathews. Garden Club 48
Lawtey. headbands covered with
medallion design
lace in rose
punch bowl and Mrs. Martin The same program topic .

Mosher served cake assistedby combined with bawbazine taffeta covered buttons down the I silk organza.white With this she was used at the Ethel BiggsCircle To Meet Monday
wore gloves and carrieda
This poised
was worn
Misses Alethia Williams of starched net back. Her veil of illusion was : white nosegay bouquet with meeting, held in the] I
and Frances Lott. over layers secured to a royal crown of I church with Mrs. L. M. Irby i The Starke Garden Club
led and white streamers.
Mr. O'Steen is employed in and bridal taffeta. Her moulded lace embroidered in sequins and Mrs. Bert Anderson as will meet Monday night at |
Miss Betty Lou and
+ Gainesville, and he and his Dior bodice of lace was en- and pearls. Lloyd hostesses. :Mrs. A Russell Nor-:. 7::30 o'clock at the home of :| r
.l bride are residing in Fair- nanced by a Sabrina neckline Miss Frances Barber servedas man presented the program, and
The mother of the bride bridesmaids in sim- Mrs. Gladys Harrington with ,I
embroidered in floral sprays gowns
banks. there of silentprayer
was a period I SPECIAL -
of iridescent sequins and seed wore a silk linen lace sheath ilar to that of the matron of Mrs. J. D. Seymour and Mrs. I

pearls. The long lace sleeves with gown a of jacket mist of green matching over beige I honor except for.a square under the for foreign direction missionaries of Mrs.: Harry Mootf as co-hostesses. BOYS. 3.99 Ladies 7.99 MENS 2.99
material -
I tapered to calla lily points neckline. They also carried Anderson. I Plans for the Spring flower I LONG SLEEVE
i over her wrists and were fastened matching nosegays. I Wool
I The groom's mother was attired Lorena Epperson Circle met) show will be discussed. C ea\etS Slacks
The bride, given in marriageby
ifr by rows of lace-covered in the home of :Mrs. Hazel!j 1
in of I
tuttons. Her voluminous skirt a gown rose beige her father, chose a gown of & Skirts Shirts
1. was of bawbazine taffeta and lace in imported silk featur- Bridal taffeta and Alencon Ritch for a program on "Car;|Recent Birth. I
ng a scoop neckline and cap lace ing Not for The Ways of God"presented I OnlY
featured cascading tiers for her wedding. The fit- j Now Only I
CUSS BOTTOM I sleeves.A by :Mrs. Vernon aMr.. 'and Mrs. Arthur Byran IVY STYLES
tUOtlC edged in scalloped lace and ted bodice was fashioned witha
BOATS r terminated in a circular reception was held after sabrina neckline, sprinkledwith cox Patray of Starke announce: $200 Long Bottom
Brownlee Circle met with I
6 i chapel train. Her bodice was the wedding after which the tiny seed pearls and Mrs. D. L. Silcox for the birth of a daughter, Novis: $$400
; a pro-
fastened with a row of lace couple left on a week's :palescent beads. The volum- Marlynn Dec. 26 in Alachua
ding trip touring Florida.NEW' Wed-I inous skirt featured an overskirt gram on "Layman Crusade" on I L Ot6ersAnno': \ $7 00
presented bv .\,ffcT li'., Hazen General' JfnQnih1. Mrs. "P. t1"'lV .
'---' -'-' .
effect in front, caughtup -J -I., --J' 1.66 ana ,.
'I and Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. is the former Barbara Jean ,
and shirred. Th back of I. _ _ _
I the skirt had wide tiers edged Lottie Moon Circle of the Ward, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.'

i! in Alencon lace which terminated First Baptist WMU met Tuesday :William R. Ward of Starke. I IIpijI ,

in a court train. Her night, Jan. 16, at the :1 1 i lr.y Girls and Miss __

I illusion veil was attached to a home of Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr. I Get\eo ,

crown of sequins and pearls. After the business session, iKTER Triple Cuff LOOK FOR

She carried an arm bouquet of an interesting program was ,\ OUR
nH American Beauty Roses. presented on the topic "What L

r. I Mrs. George, mother of the Roman Catholics Believe." !J
toaSM 4 PRS. RemnantTable
I bride, was attired in a dress Taking part on the program I

\ of pink mauve lace, comple- were Mrs. Charles Darby As Low FOR

mented with a purple orchid. Wm. Haas Mrs. G. J. Mrs'j DOUBLE fEATURESUN.MON.TUES. i

For The bridegrooms mother Griff Jr., and Miss Betty o

chose a dress of Navy blue Morgan. :Mrs. Sue Miles gave ) ., ; $59 $ 2 00
: $1
lace and she also wore a purple the devotional. A letter was JAN. 21.22.23 ; too 1 Savings

1962 r \ orchid.A read by Mrs. James Phillips i "Paris Blues" : pooh

I Fr-- reception was held at the from a missionary family in -PLUS- I andA Galore!
home of the bride's parents Nigeria. I
This Island i
3534 Rogero Road, where Refreshments were served by Earth

I,, white wedding bells were all hostesses following the programs ,

; placed advantageously. The CartoonWED.THURS. I and Iens
S10CR1P' '
La Rue Presents
Corporation I .ride's table was lovely with a Study Book

I white satin cloth edged in The Mission Study book, JAN. 24-25 1ppT SPORTShirts GIRLS

; .. : lace and covered with a three- "Glimpses of Glory," will be

ANOTHER NEW GROUP OF I tiered wedding cake. Flanking taught by Rev. Leo A. Hebertat DOUBLE FEATURE Slim JimsOn

1 I the cake were :silver candelabra the church on Tuesday, Jan. Jungle Cat i \\\OVlS\\\

decorated with fern. 23, starting at 6 p. m. All mem- j
READY TO LIVE IN HOMES I A crystal bowl centered the bers are urged to attend this slue Long Sleeve On Sale

'. I punch table, around which meeting. "The. Apartment"Plus Reg. 2.99

t were red poinsettias, and a Cartoon pLY Values to 2.99

i pair of wedding bells Recent Births I I Now $2.00
FROM .. i c NOW
For Additional InformationVisit I The father of the bride FRL-SAT. :; ; 66 Reg. 1.99

: greeted guests at the door. Bradford County Hospital an- JAN. 26-2T ;I

Our Display Model \: ,... .- $$49 95, : Standing,in the receiving line nounces the following births: DOUBLE FEATURE: : $$1 00 Now $1.44

Open Daily 8:00: A.M..8:00 P. M. i were Mrs. George, the bride Mr. and }Irs. Silas Randolph :

MONTHLY I I| and groom, and members of Johns m, Starke, a daughter, Happy AnniversaryPLUS Size 3.6X't

iO."d.." '.) -.:!# I i the wedding party. Virginia Elise Jan. 13. _-- ,.__ __ ; ,And 7 to 14

400 W.,;Madison > '-: ., Ph 964-8641 II I Mrs. Betty Keith cut the Mr. and Mrs.' Gerald' Crosby, The Unforgiven i ..

: I wedding cake; Miss Sharon Starke, a son, Gerald Wayne Plus Cartoon i At Carp's Your Savings Are In Cash!

I Doles kept the bride's book Crosby Jr, Jan. 14. I, .

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II Bantam' Basketball Public notice is hereby Westerly boundary thereof a'' ary 2 Ii. 19K2.:: at the Sotrtty front
I that the undersigned. : Chirlt".1 i { tjtnl'e of 100 feet tu a pomt ; dour of the ('uunl, Court Huuse
9 M4' Darby"as'Clerk of the ("fr'uit j run theiue Easterly and parallel in Starke. Florida first offet1n -
: : ; : Now In Progress I Court of Bradford County. to th. Southerly boundary for Dale said Parcel I. and
Florida will sell at public thereof, R distance of 123' feet I then offering for sale the remaining
For Boys 10-12 cry to the highest and bust oui.\\ to a point: run thence Southerly .' said property. all pursuant -
I < der for cash. the following and parallel to aforesaid W'si.I' to and in aeowdance' with
scriln-d property situate in I erly boundary a distance |1 the final decree of foreclosure
An Answer' to Those Who Ask fr 'Bat in Basketball now in Bradford County Florida, to- j'I' feet ft) afot'eslidolltherl ; in the ahoncau ,', Pocket
3 progress at the Armory every'''wit: !, boundary: run thene* Westerly !! Number 15-041. pending in the
PARCEL 1: A pan-el of land along said' Southerly boundary Circuit Court of RradfiprJ'Coun-
1 Monday, Wednesday and Friday -! lOrt feet "North and South by 125 : a distance of 123;; feet to point ty. Florida in Chancery.
, IIWb t .Does The Chamber Commerce. Do? afternoon for boys 10-12' feet East and West out of X.rth.I! of beginning! ; WITNESS: my h4nd and official -.
Halt of Southwest Quarter i.t" !I TtHJETFlEU with all and singI seal at Stark, Florida.Ihi"
years of age. Southeast Quarter. Section :!'. ', ular the tenement hereditaments January 16. l't! 6S.
"ThereMs.i an old saying that water .by obtaining 'a new .' .surplus .property Friday afternoon will be the Township 6 South, Range 22: !I appurtenances, rights ami (OFFirlAI. SEAL)
I East. or more particularly described '- easements thereunto belonging 1l1 rmirles .\. Parity
i is never missed until the well runs warehouse on U. S. 301 South. I, |last chance for anyone to join as follows: fomiuetiiv ;: or in any way appertaining: .1 As t'lerk of said Court

(It)'. The same' thing might be said of Sponsors an annual North Florida' By G, Ti Hoggins i the league. I j at Pines the:: Subdivision Northwest corner as shown of West Ill''1' at 12:00: o'clock noon on Janu It IISBUY

a-Chamber of. C mmerc e. It is too oftenta1ii' Fishing Contest with prizes of several ;: I Plans are being made tohave ;: Plat Ri. >k 2 at page :: i. Bradford
County Agent three teams from Starke i, County records. l-M"nda.mn .
for granted by the citizens of a hundred dollars. j t West linr "i
>uth' along
and from Brooker. I I .._ .... .
one ... .". ,
n..... n: "' .1..1; L; 1
community! who}\ t ke no part in its Worked successfully for the elimlination ;A -Good VTiine' Now and plants will be for sale. I fi-ft" i for ix.t'IA..La POINT IF' P.RILXlXt : -; \- CONFIDENCE

activities! and assume the chamber is 'of'so-called "speed traps" in the For the yard worker and :More than 100.000 have al- i, !: thence t.'nrin1l'IIuth. Smith'on ;'. With
Bowling League lint10U fet. I1wII.
f-aid >
doing nothing to advance the county and the removal of AAA ban ieady been spoken for. .-
community an
hat may be a wife or husband !SS' decrees West' 125: feet 'hciii i : -

-because jhey, themselves" are doing on U. S. 301.Conducted. to fix a compost pile Florida 22 was released Florida just Ex ''To Be Organized I II I degrees North HO East: feet 12T::thenir:> feet' :X to"\rth PIIlI\l'j ,%?. See your home-o ited, experienced, and

nothing. They will, not even take a tour of Bradford County -' of leaves so that you will this year by our January, I S i of beginning. and lying. in :N1_
periment Station. It has proven I of W2f HE', of S. M n ;i" qualified building material dealer.
I the inform to South Florida I have some organic materialfor |
.trouble to keep ;themselves strawberry\ growers ; 'outstanding in many re- Township I 6 South. II iiis. -J
1 ed. about the chamber's activities-: which resulted in increased interest in! spring flower beds. Hicks type to- iAn organizational meeting of' J't'IXU.: Our many years of experience qualify us
pects. It is a 1"\ItL } 1. 2: Beginninc at Uu
Those who attended the annual plastic mulching and other modern me-:; It is also a good time to do bacco. It is resistant to nema- the City Bowling League will Southwest corner of Tr.. t A d' to estimate and advise our customers of

. Chamber of Commerce banquet last thods which have been put into -': tome pruning of roses. Remove high yielding be held Wednesday night, Jan. XVest Pinesas per plat. i hfivof remodeling.Our .
practice only dead, weak or diseased tode and is a recorded in Plat Dook a I ('uei the most practical methods in
24 at 7 o'clock at the Pratt .
; SI tllfivo' of the current |''ii'2' lh
like to see I
week. were given an impressive list of here. tobacco; I would |
Severe pruning '
canes. reords IIf Kradfoitl ('fiiniv. knowledgeof
Street Playground. services
chamber accomplishments during the Took the lead in bringing various should not be done until later. oome'ori every tobacco farmin All bowlers man, Fbirtd-i. thence run .-::.",. !h ,i- are

pat: *two JJany. of these services together for the establishment' time to catch our sponsors long the Southerly II'1 ani. the best materials and their application
years. groups Also a good agers and interested persons Trt A for a distanr.of? i 10;; iI
I performed' and projects accomplished of a migrant labor camp in the county. up' on other yard work like should be at this meeting in f<>et.' thence run Xortherly th- Southiioinuliry .' '.'12., is unlimited-Financing for additions and
county.Let's feet to a point "n
were comparatively modest-few were Started a Shop at Home campaignby finishing the patio or barbe- GoGardening order to elect officers and to' ; of Ctn-lid 0- ttnt tit* remodeling is available to you with NO

really! spectacular-but they represent sponsoring a slogan contest, and I ue pit. Repair any broken organize for the coming year.I I 17ti.fl4, feet Fitiiured : i IIlWiil'I -
a :. along ?aid South lo'und; RED TAPE. Up to 5 years to repay.
: 1 a' ar- y.day, work load of jobs, most followed] through by encouraging mer- handles in yard tools. Get .. Plans are being made to ,> Kii' ?lid :Strfi fr.'tn' : ''i." 111.'n..ti. \- ;
lawn mower in good running bowl'ery Tuesday' night in i ion of sa j.t Smi''i b' fl Uti- ; YOU DESERVE THE BEST for
of which would have gone undone if chants to cooperate in a 20-week Trade ary ->f Endiil Stre-'t u-t1. the your.
I condition.: Inventory your Gainesville at 7 o'clock. I, \\"."'t boundary uf aii1; T. i. .-'.
i it had not been for the chamber-and At Home campaign. home. Know personally people you
materials hand. See ,, : \Vesterlv ali.nsj/ tti.
spray on : The league hopes to have at:j thence run
the total of all these Sparked the and! South:; boundary Ku-lid Si -'i( advice of
I sum accomplishments present dredging that the sprayer is in good least six teams and will begin I j ITB.flJ;' : fee' to the WeM 1 !I'I")tiiL.. \ deal with. First seek the your
I ,meant definite progress for clearing of Alligator Creek by getting; condition. Be ready when Infects By .Hervey league play on February 6. I! of !said Tract A. tlu'n. mn experienced and qualified friends at the .
Floridar'ieultural I I South :2! dfiiret-s 1 ininiiu' Has: :
Starke and Bradford County. various groups to cooperate and donate' or disease attacks. boundary of saidTat
'leeGROWING along the West
: Often the ch mber- works' through equipment and services for this pro-;, Plant Beds Extension' Sen ravage amaryllis. These di- i A a .Ii"nc.f :.':::iHi !
number in cases: cannot be cured. But i feet to .)int..f Ix-guming Starke Builders
and\ ( with! other groups; in accomplishipg jeet. i i Are in greater AMARYLLIS A XI). SuppliesI
t a given objective, so that there is Intervened successfully to persuade; Bradford County this year. The amaryllis is popular because (the plant pests can be prevent- I .\ i iii'e1 of |Ii:md I bins: in i ,lir-k i liteornt'r
cd by starting the seed or Southwest of: Lot I >
I necessarily little public recognition, 'of the management of one i important busi- This spring there were moreI it is a multi-use flower. j I :,. of (Saskin's' Addition I to St.s. :\.>. .
I I set for runners bulbs in clean soil that has l ,
strawberry plants thereof r,1.,1 i iiDtt.ttl
t 'chamber's the' not to close its local These lily-like. bell-shaped as per plat I,
In overall -
nessrconcern ,
tl part picture. plant. ; than during the past 10 "been fumigated or treated | Hook J: page I 1't; iu<
$ut out of ten. it the Entertained the Jacksonville Area i I beauties are used in border public records 'If Hi idf"Mi
: nine( times i. .*.'Pir!'. ---- with steam. i i-mmtv. f-'lnrida. and bcins nion- l'nrA'A' AAAII o annu
tfcith were known}, ,the chamber pro'ttdthe .Chamber of Commerce agricultural l:, -More--- tobacco plant beda are!I' planting plants., in teas ana as specimen -I Insects don't usually gnaw I' par ;'u arh' d.-NTih.I'.r(i all Siuil'i-follows ;, dfCUIHL UHQfl\ & UHttffI

"spark"} and much' of the legwork comr lttee':with fc !ond' ted farm'tour I .eeded and covered with clear' Indoor gardeners:! can also on amaryilis. Occasionally the I \\'.."t : Commence i ,rn.'l of s';tt\:d l.i.1) I !ini, '
I toward\ the ,accomplishment ..ofan 'through the county. '' ('r' i plastic. Tobacco beds seeded grow them as potted plants. ; mbber grasshopper and the !; thenoe POINT( UF Northerly I'.KCI.VN'l.Vi: : : :i along!; :>nl\ run rh-1 (THRU SATURDAY)

? worthwhile project" .' Organized th'n ew Bradford County under plastic now will do just Planted now the bulbs will ; .aterpillar stake of the Span-j -
Fair IAss :.:is well as those planted in ish moth feed on the plants. I 3.8 x 4' x 8' Sheet Rock
.Eesid. s its' outine assignment.of{ e ti9ri' and followed. through ': orbit from their underground I

, serving: as a clearing h use for informatioriTboih4 with i active' assistance :In/preparing i the"'December and will also make launching site into an extravaganza You may control the insects 1.45 Per Piece
better plants. It has been proven j to with a spray of 3 level tablespoons WILLIAMSJEWELRY
color in' six
: 'for :touristy a$ well as new fa'jr grounds. : j' of ,
of either 40
expect some percent
that can |
' hone folks-here; are a few 'of' the, 'Sparked i the organization of a Brad-:: increase in you yield from plants on eight sale weeks.at garden Bulbs centers are now five j toxaphene wettable powder or !.i 220 lb. Roof Shingles 7.90 sq.

chamb r's pst activities: ford County 'Development Authority, grown under plastic. stores and :i 40 percent chlordane wettable
I dime super-
I 'Established **and "operates a merchants' financed'*by' -a PQ\t ori"'of the countyrace i i Good Strawberry Season an4 markets. Color selections include i! powder: in a gallon of water. r 15 & 30 Ib. Felt Per Roll 2.75
call warning; .system whereby track money. j I' Is out ahead of us red pink, white and !i I !. 'I'.. Circuit Court Of Th REPAIRS .
news df bid check artists Along with other towns State i leather will continue to treat WATCHESDIAMONDSAll [
shoplifters along combinations of these colors. I-Ilthth Judicial Circuit Of ; ,,1

and other" 1d 5irtiblc'S' tan 'be spread Road 100, formed the Century Route 1'us well. Several growers have Bulbs are graded accordingto (Florida'ount'. : IB in And I'hancery For Bradford i Work Guaranteed Vartung Outside White Paint

througji '.the .b"8ine'district in a .matter .- Association to promote this route thatis I lemarked that this cold size. These are Exhibition I ('It.. Xo. 13OilCommunity : : A. C. Williams 4.95 Per Gal.
what we
1'< of'minutes. growing in importance. j weather was just i Selected, and Field Run. For I Starke. a rorporation.State Bank Plain-Of I 142 W. Call St. I I

Annual l prom l tion' of' Christmas ; Helped man a booth in Detroit,'Mich j I, need for strawberry plants. the best possible dash of color i 'iffs.. James W. Thomas anti Free Estimates Call 96 -"201
will continue Fla.
j ThIs is si that plants for the Bernu-e Thomas his wife, LeI -! Starke I II
IL parade,, decorating, Santa Clays, and for ,the Florida Development Commission I to grow. When plants S pay the extra price i fendant..
; I Exhibition. i NOTICE OF SALK I ._1
otHer Special i L events; ]: *. ,: which 'save the opportunity) to :start to produce, they slowdown | The secret of profuse flow- I .. -r '

J -"Ngotfatj<< s "''with. the .tat Road contact( t1) industrialists about. ..Bradford growth; and majority of .I'nl1... is a starvation. diet. I!. =- -- --- -' '
-- -- -----
01 Deparfmefitf.Qr! ; bettqr signs,at the Cal jC/ounty. '\ nutrients then goes into making 'i I When preparing the bed for ;l .,' ', .'

lahin turn-off on U. S. 301. Obtained free parking for shoppers blossoms and berries. I' the bulb, spade in only a '

; Fr e employment. 'sen Icc for. the.. .. Jii Starke on Saturdays. Don't Graze Forage pound of 3.9-9 analysis fertilizer -j

4 c mmunit i iJAnriiiali L. Brought -to'.(.the'attention of ''the II, Crops like bats and'rye too I per 100 square feet of bed' NOW AVAILABLE
1 let livestock '
: schedule Commission1 closely. When you Then add mere 16'
!. of holidays 'closing Xitountr need for better -! first ; area. a
the '
and-.unifol1D.&tQfe :hqurs for merchants. .zoning laws and a building code in I| graze closer the than plant has to ounces of fertilizer a couple of' .
joint ,
ii Active? Road Committee :assigned' topr9Iloting the county-with .the result l that these. grow up before it can begin. !I times during the growing sea- j i:! ..

\ the four-laning of U.-'S:01: 4 matters are now under'study:* I'' '"- i to put out new sprouts. I son. much shade soil too !:
Too or
:from Georgia line to Ocala and im- Entered booths exhibiting Bradforfl'County ': Wintering Beef CattleIs I rich; in nitrogen also causes SPACIOUS LOTS (acre or over) IN BEAUTIFUL /

1. protemerft of State Road 100. products in the Jacksonville : more economical if youican !'ilo-wer; failure. Bulbs planted

i' Support-- of the Recreation Board in Fair. 'r 1 keep them from losing I"Jn deep shade often die' so "

its t\ ff1tg, to maintain access to all Invited officials of the Houston Gas.!,F'Height.. Dry grass or hay fed( seek a ,sunny spot for: the best I NEW "COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES" ./

..1 J lalfts .m/the/ county, with the establishment rporation to Starke jn the interest.of free-choice and properly supplemented i show of color.If .

'of'public- launching ramps. howing them what the community Has ;: with protein provides you want to propagate ,
to keep
i, enough energy j i f
p4rked the to offer as a possible future home I amaryllis cuttage,
organization of for
a !| cattle in. healthy vigorous at ; (:NORTH) Irb
make use of a sharp knife
coiSjitry. club arid, gplf course, and actually their employees in the .ar a. : ;i j condition bulb digging time during Indian .
took over construction of the These are .just a few of'the itemfcion i I On the average it will take Summer. Cut the bulbs I II iV? : -ff c'I --" ;
";L courS .for four months andcharged no the lengthly list of the chamber's one pcund of grain to replace I I into? a number !of piecesupto I ,

fefs. 1 recent accomplishments, but 'it is hbped i wo pounds of roughage. But. 60 pieces if you desire. Be I I

.'interested the city in making 27 they are sufficient to give a reasonably:: grain will not substitute for sure each piece has a portion ,
that one I
I acr available for an industrial park. satisfactory answer to those whq'- sl1, protein.? Remember ,i of the stem tissue or basal

I The. l. "w hat does the Chamber of Commerce', pound of 40 per cent protein !j I plate of the bulb attached to I :: 1- 's.1:' ,
printing and distribution of supplement provides as i I ;
do? the scales. t
I t h4 't. \ '
r .
brochures giving facts of interest 'l two pounds of 20 per cent '
to :as
Next, dust the wedges with
industry, in addition to the And let' remember one imp ant protein supplement. Figure i I : .
usual tourist to
ferbara or thiram prevent ", '
fact-good as it .is- the list of a4'plishments supplement on : : ,
information c
:! ,folders. your diseases and then set the cut- : ; \ 1jL ,
would be a lot longer*if"the, :a price per pound of protein tings in flats or in beds containing j:
: Vofke.d. three
months with the chamber _had the 100 per cent coopera basisThen to get the top a mixture of peat and ,

County City, arid; State of Florida to tion and support of the lsinelJs 'com utilization, you need to supply medium. I
sand other
I or porous
ke Q', .9 lqYi ,jp nu\f n1.Co"utyI jnunity. .< .. .. adequate minerals. :I J 'If the weather is humid II I

r ,_ .. New Florida 22 ,
0 between
Ii ._-. __---_ __- .,_ : r-.. -- :-, ..... .. n ._ pump .Fi1mpgnn: He is' suffering Flue-cured tobacco will be I j small" bulblets the scales will of form the cut- ,
several of our to-
planted oy
four weeks.
in about
from a ira.cked; } noggin, od Fellows like pieces
Farmer's Diary bacco growers. These will be ready for potting .
few"more .
ge.-nd: a troublescommon Basil Davis and Eddie Allen : tib7 %' .. .. '.3'
to'us all. : or planting after one
tjie 22
By' Sam McGarvey, | meantime I think enough of rPlorida I growing season. > <
we are
ge.tt ir will set their entire
that they .
with a sheathing of ice ,and ivaUr for the nursery front.ft i 1 allotment.. At Brooker' N. G. i You can grow amaryllis r it : ;
[: pitcher and i from seed.: Harvest the seed
the needles were ablaze with pump assaying thf | Hayes will have enough ,
[ pods soon after they turn yellow -
'he light, ,I goes "That will maks: for most of his allot-
of the'.*.morning. sun. I: yo old in a hurry." ni jment.I t j plants. and begin to break open. "j: ,

I..f '.+ I j Remove the seeds from pods,
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The 'storm and the freeze ., t- .._ I 1 Our_ FFA_ _boys. .. .L. __-" II I dry them for a few days then
: that i: "mere will be more : 01 Paul HUicnms auu I
followed }
no damage ppperj sow them in a flat. Be sure
to the str *berry- and tobacco f cukes apq.
Lr crops. The berries acted like I'ed t in this vegetable sectfoji, !;I thr e'beds with Florida 22 j jI partially shaded. Harden the J.j: ; ?: i\ s .'.-.*"*,*j7* *45s '/*" v": *rH T,.,

.' i they enjoyed the cold and the i r i according the growers.to He a, source also forecasts clbae. !>to i'', else. They admit that controlson infant plants by gradually ex->I w- : sa:; t I ? r _; k '. 4- ,i 5fBrji! I ?*

young tobacco plants in seed- specialties such as tobac- posing them to l the sun. V -- '. *

After the big Ice- Storm last bed were protected. The good: f k Jh.a.t .t.jthere' will be fewerJrish: I I co. may do some :good,' 'but Indoor gardeners who can't %; : fc mliEspecially ;

Thursday: morning, two birds soaking rain that preceded the .potatoes'., I grawn4Jjis s ." on 11. f they say the .copt; 13 won't wait for nature to take its 't,(
fat, front blast helped the plantings of. J. U ..r 1 f to ,
uddled.in'' a .tree. Jn !,. *ork on basic commodities. Bourse can force amaryllis
of' fur place. The trees and cats, r.ye or wheat and with: : Tie man says that Ure.. 1 II I flower at any time of the

shrubs and fences were' coated : come Y'ftrra weather", they watermelons will be planted I I And now there is a move- i' year. For this inside job pot'ti !

with. ice .and Jn. the sunlight 'i should take to growing again. this/ coming season, for ;the ;i' ment up in Georgia to have II t tj mature bulb with onehalfto ;

i iHowever ii i ;
it was a glittering fairyland. i IS. I reaion that there were .ierj j j I I pecans set up under a mar- two-thirds of the bulb above -

The female. grumble "1 told ., while the ice was around here last year ,and !'I I II keting agreement so as to I the soil and maintain a :

yoivwe hadn't covered all the |, pretty in*the trees it was they were in 'demand. So this avoid seasons like,the one just cpnstant temperature. With a' .

mileage you thought' ::- this !i treacherous underfoot and i iI :i ii year there will be more and recently completed in which bit of luck and not too much '."" .I ..., .. ',' '. .,r..:,., .,.s:.;.:...t. ./4. ''f, t ,, .,

caret be Florida I slips and falls were common j! then nobody will'want them.I. prices were about half of the coddling: a tall walking cane- 1 I' '-. '" ,,'t "f. '- ."'''r _; 4 '

I throughout the county? and ,t S. _a j j! preceding. ; )'ear. !like stem will jump forth from \'_ ,., ;.:'o :.
Jtut it was. During the ;; doctor's offices were jammed J Critics of the grain porn '!, the bulb and become decked I, : ... : ; : ." ;..!
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night the temperature had : with- bruised vict 1\1:!. laim' th3t it is a w.afte f. We would prefer to see with a cluster of bell-shaped .. ,:..:. _'-."""J'.'... .. .' ,..- .f '.,-....!<. .'. :.

dropped just under the frcezihgimark -; .- money that it doesn't vgndte ; pecan ''growers set up a cooperative -' flowers. I .:':" '- '" o : .;...&,).

and iirthe .morning Among other victims of the;! Sense: to pay a man far-NOTi I 'regulating their own Diseases are not a serious .: '._., : ...(. : .. .... ._ ,

the-" pine trees were decorated Ireeze was our notorious water i Banting corn or 3flytbig iw j controls and bargaining as a problem in amaryllis production -. :,'. 4 : ..:"'>J..' '.;_ ',. 'r t : :d..: ... .... r .... ._, : \

_, ___ ___.___ _____:.. WoI j unit to insure fair prices at but it is a sound practice ; ', :..:::;. :. '- .' -'' ,-'; ;.; ;;: L '>" -
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:: BRADFORD TELEGRAPH a :a the market. This idea would to keep an eye open for a : .r u....I .''._' ,#'$ _,.".-, -.. .162' ,.-. -'11. -"--fT.'J.....2.7..K -- ....\-.-''' 'S>, : _

THE ESTABLISHED-COUNTY .,.. hot ,help the small landownerwho fungus known as "red-blotch.. .,..._ !"'..iP'tii' oMl. "" .-"". .&t.A":;i !*o. ,.A-., '. .._ ... ;..J.. _.\ ., T:_= J.I' .'. \' ...:..'.: .....'..,...J ." .
ha, only a few trees, but'' These red spots form on ,
t leaves, stems, and petals. The :
FIorld&s'okicst :' we don't think. that it is possible -

,I N' ; ftthhed weeklyCoa. to guarantee anyone I $pots on foliage are bright Designed For Those Who Want Over-size Lots, with Beautiful
that if he'raises .;something red to purplish, small at first .

: FLORI A US t1nU H Hie .Sus that he will jse-able-'to sell it but increasing later. Heavily to large infested blotches Shade Trees, and Plenty of "Room to Breathe" -.

at hsownprice. i :
5'S I ON E. L4ATTHEWS -' !! : '. .'..*- !i I j plants. may wither; and dry up .

J i before producing flowers.To .
We still feel that in certain
: Editor/and/ Owner j. ; things government help is not: prevent the disease soak Save This Map -- Drive Out And See! '-' '
bulbs in a 1:1.000: bichloride
.SUBsclt l'TJON RATES ; .0nlY-a' food idea but' vital to I> .

: .. IN TRADE AREA OUTIID/fRADI AREA ,: j our economy! But human na- of mercury solution bfifojeplanting. For Further Information .
ONE YEAR 3.00 ONE YEAR 's.01 ; ture being what it is, .govern- ;;: .
I SUC MONTH*. I." SIX MO THf Zoo :_. '.: : ment funds lour'tax inonej] :It the .fungus shows, on the. .
: THREE: MONTHS *.00 THREE MONTH !,:!, plants! fight the disease with !
_- 1.29 ( ,': is spent' freely and no one. GUY ANDREWS% OWNER( & DEVELOPER

i P&hed Each r ThUISda1a4> .-C EaterM. u 9 eoad C3ui : *.L' ::,. ;_ : seems .to. mind Jorwe'seem to I a neutral copper: spray. at ,the.

: it'Uat'Peat. Olfic, ust rke, FU. aadtr Act thwcla. -mt. ---- "* ..- J ffeel that n !s.the other fellow's I rate of one'ounce. to two gal- '
P 0. Box
p F rt- ,-; ... lons of water. : 429'Starke, Fla. Phone 9646811r

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I It Was, : BAPTIST. CHURCH' I:\ mi: KtcKi\: tat"'IIIP

;Sunday! School, 10 a. m.jtoming UK I'AX ANKHlC.l Sl'RP.'U'
Rev. D. E. Willis, Pastor IUMPA.M: .\ KLUIUDA.
I ', ( Worship 11 a. rn., Sunday School and Worship ",'OUVOItA i'lo,
v Training Union, 6:30 p. m. Eve-i N'otkt 10:; lu-rrbj givm Itlttl
i L 2 to 4 p. m. Sunday. pursuant to Order of Honorable
rins Worship. 7:30 p. m.i tU.. Morrow,
Circuit *
Meeting Judgei-
Tuesday Prayer
IfsI : __ : ;::_- I, .. i i Prayer MeetirsWednesday... ; .. fifteenth Judicial 1 ,'.rl'llil ,y.iC**
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::4 ; i 7:30: --or --------0' I ::30 p. m.Saturday. and tui Faint l- Btacn loum: >:
t J i Church Services- '..uriaa dated December 2 ."
\ ii -4.w BAPTIST CHURCH HOLINESS CHURCH z'b1. euteied in tue ease ot UM**
4 BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCHRev. I 7:30: p. m. .$Iate or Florida, ex ret, J, h'd '
4 W -
.om Lar.un. ,
.. Sunday School, ';:16m.. North 301, 2 1-2 miles out Pastor ,, Mate 'treau-i;
: R. T. Williams, ;AI." otiicio insurance cvui-
Been : -- _- .- Morning Worship, <;lja. m. of town on left of the road. : Sunday? School 10 a. m., GRAHAMBAPTIST CHURCH .&.iIsionr... \s.. .'8nlller"'.,,
uts l ,
I n-_ : Training Union 6:30 p. m. Young People's Meeting,: 11 ...... .ompanj a k'ft.r.0i
Morning Worship a. m. ,1. tiUI1."ilU.tI'Y ,
,,, Sunday School, IQ a. m .NO. II -
_- r- .! -I Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. i Friday, 7:30: p. m. Sunday Evening worship 7 p. m. Prayer :-j: ,,J: r>. Hit cu.manrs ,'1'-(1-
Worship, 11 a. m
1tur, persons: firms '
Prayer Meeting Wednesdays School, 10 a. m. Sunday Night 7 : or co'pf4'
meeting Wednesday
p. m .stlns
: Union, 6:30 p. inEvening lllA'1I1g ,8Im. kgl&lst
f 7:30: p. m. Rev. Joe Hoop Worship, '7 pm.. Everyone Training the defendant Van Amen.-an. ,. ,

Worse! ;_ ... pastor Ray Norman. pianist. cordially invited to attend-' SEVENTH DAY Service. 7:30 p. m J Surety Coiupuny.1: art rju r*..
Prayer Meeting Wednesday I.> tile all e-iu-u l-JallliS
'- -. Glen Norman. Sunday School : Rev. Carl Edmondson. pastor. ADVENTIST CHURCH m.-Rev. C. L. Redding pas iU.uora.Dle: J. Edwin La't lii.ii.1.] ,..

% ? superintendent; W. H. Green. : Sabbath School [Saturday] p. jJtase TroaMirer and Int.urj i\i> .
'I' tor. Commissioner, 'U..t"I' for Panmeruan I'
Training Union director. D. R E\'F.RGRt1Z .
9:33 a. m. Morning Worship, \ Surety xompanr
Redjing: chorister. I II BAPTIST CHURCH the State Capitol, 1'a&.taha-lt ,.*
11 a. m. Located between WU- :< ...
I SEVENTH DAY Florida in ac,-ordan,ie u iI'I, ''
i; Sunday School 10 a. m ,, son Road and Grinis Loop. ADVENTIST CHURCH Smon 631.181.; Florida Mlutes. :-

:; : Preaching 11 a. m. Training,, E. L. Marley, pasior. Phone Sabbath School [Saturday, be presented. 1S61, proofs and filed of elaim not l.i.i'i- in '
Bradford Countians who MAYOR'S COURTSixteen
Union 6:30: p. m. Preaching, 964-1324. 9:30 a.m. Morning Worshinp. than December 3. 1982 cr M.I(: I ii
shivered and shook with most I claims shall be forever buriedThe
.--; r.-. 7:30: p. m. Prayer MeetingWednesday 11 a.m. Located between Wilson -
of the nation last week in one cases were tried in' PENTECOSTAL HOLC"E8f4CHURCII sworn proof of claim! slialisei
7:30 p. In. Read and: Griffis Loop. E. i forth' in reasonable d.-tair'
ol the worst cold blasts on r -. ---.- ,. Mayor's Court by Starke Mayor -, Wednesday Bible I the amount of lti.' claim on ih.hasis .
throughout the Ease. study I... Marley, pastor. Phone. 961-I upon "'hid). suh
could take Randal Chitty during the 10 am-mii
record, ome com- T:30 Sunday: School, a. m.; ,
Jos. Norman.
p. m. 1324. can ascertained, iht fi'T'"
iort in the .fact that it's been The. morning- of Feburary. 8 '" weeks January 3 and 15.) : .astor. Morning Worship 11 a. m ipon .. Itkn the claim i.hu<*eri
: ', t Aubungen Johann, unlawful: 7-30 I and th- priorities asserted, irBU
(rorse much worse. Evangelistic services, p.
saw almost every Florida temperature : .I AIRPARK BAPTIST >'. All uoli -hulas eha.i I*'" '
Last F.r day's Iced- \'er trees | record broken. Tinnercury t 4 speed, forfeited bond of $27.50. HIGHLAND m. CHURCH j' verified by the affidavit ot I ih.claimant .
M ; Joe Cefus Bouie Negro, failure -: or omeon'eto authm: (&'"
and "Come let us reason to ?
shrubbery, were had plunged fronr.: B.MTISTSunday CIJERC'II i
: i> .
spectacu-1' : Sunday School. : a. m. ;1 t on his behalf and I i'HNnigknouicdge
to have vehicle under con- : -
iar but still not a afternoon: readings in the 50'o .* I gether"- Morning Worship 11:15.: of the fat is. and
.rol causing accident, forfeited School, 9:45 i shall In1 supportril such d ,
l ith two heavy snow falls : a. m. by vuments
20 mUnight
degrees by i "
that have hit this t ond of $27.50. ; ?:30) p. m. Prayer Meet in? each i SOUTIIS1DE( CHURCH OF Training Union, 6:30: p. m. as may b" naattnaithereto. .. 1
one .
area- Daybreak:: found it almost ou'of Evening Service, 7:15. -Rev. | Forms;; will he fi.rn hd -
in 1899 and the latest in 1958. sight at Lake City with I < L ::; Joe Cefus Bouie, Negro driv- Wednesday! 7:30: p. m. CHRIST: !h\ the RiMviv.. upan '.
: Haisten
4 -- 't4' ml. S. 301. ; pastor. quest
ng without license forfeited :S on .. .
Both occurred during the early : .g w. '
recorded 11 '.
above. Palatka : ,.. I I I ;.# :. T. Edwin! Ltrson
weeks of February. and Starke 13. Snow was re- j send of $27.50. CHRISTIAN CHl'KCH Sunday--Bible Classes 10 a. J KHWiNl.; 1.'R8().:' S'.tu. > '..
at shows the % :k James Leamon Bouie Negro, t'ITNIJMtnCJS: : m.: Assembly Worship with HEULAH BAPTIST CHURCh'Sunday Treasurer and lonncanf ',.n.- .
Picture top Clearwater \ '
ported in Tampa, i "Ltz miss-toner: lleveivcr. P. ''
; oublic intoxication, fined ?37.10. .- the lord's. Supper, 11 a. ni.. School, 10 a. m.
0 snow scene looking east along ;, and Fort Myers. In Lake Cit3 i i Car! Clarke.lini..ttJr I: American Surety PompanD.iie \
: Jefferson Street on Feb. 14. ;, the water mains burst anc j I 10:00: a. m. Bible] cltOlJ! Evening Assembly Worslup30 Morning Worship, 11 It. m. -. nf I'ublioation
Walton Smith, Negro public .: : p m.Wcdne3av. Training Union, 6:30: p. m. 'ITU. U. 191,3! ;
1899. Baptist Church, at right,|I people were skating in thf a m. Worship and Corn.YIunc.r. .
J intoxication : -- Bible ClaAWt"I Evening Service 7:30: m.- Jan :25! tlti! :2e' \
'I forfeited bond <)f p.
t a on the same site as present streets. | : !" .. 1.I 1 I':"2
I w J27.50. I 30 p. n, Rev. Luther A. McGee, pastor. ..1
First Baptist Church. Damage to every growing I ._ .
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Picture of snow at right was! thing was almost beyond beI J I Curtis Ray Hudson running'atop _

taken in February, 1958 at the lief. The orange trees, in the sign and causing accident,, ; '
home of L. F. 'Dinkins on j few weeks of unseasonablj ;! 'ined $12.50. DISCOUNT
: Raymond Shanley Webb, can- ,
Church Street in warm weather between freezes. :
I Although the freezes of later i were budding and .blooming !I Iand vassing without a city permit: DA4MER'S '

years have brought discom- ;: full of sap. Now they split J -- fcrfeited bond of $27.50. HOUSE :.:
George disorderly
they Harvey Negro -
lort and inconvenience and
wide open dripped sap, that time; 200.00U more "in jnaining groves in North Cen- conduct fined $27.50.'
been negligible in terms
i.aye froze again. position" but not yet bearing; tral Florida. Traces of snow | Richard Venton Bridges Jr... '

( of compared property with damage those of when the ::,: Most of the orange of trees the industry in- i;: and several hundred thousand' were found as far south as reckless driving, forfeited bond 112 E. CALL ST. STARK, FLA. PH. 969-1771 ,
those early years
nursery stock.Hundreds Fort Myers, Avon Park and :of $27.50. !

I 1880's when this section of :I i in this area were huge !! of these early set-i; Titusville. The heaviest fall I! Frank Carea, running red' --

Florida was dotted with towering beauties that resembled Hers sold their land or lost it 1 :sported was at Lake Butler. I light, forfeited bond of $12.50.il ;- -
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orange groves. ; a small oak in stature. i for non-payment of taxes. and' Lake City reported two Inches i I Cecil Lee West, disorderly I ., ; ,
than 6.000 from 1L- :
There more
were had been started I
They rvent back north in disgust. I :and: Gainesville one inch. No ;; conduct, forfeited bond of $27.- _
trees in the corperate the budding .
orange seedlings not I
eked out official for
Others remained and: : report was given 50.|
limits of Starke in January, that produces the short,! I
process I II | ... meager existence from the Starke but the fall here is i Frank Goodwine, Negro, dig1 -,
1886 when winter made a ter- I bushy tree of today. Many of ...
.| soil, struggling along without I II believed to have been at least[orderly conduct fined $27.50 or!'II

riffic onslaught against Florida these old trees stood. over 50 I I most of the comforts of life two inches, judging by old{sentenced to five days in Jail.
bringing snow as far south and famed
feet high one
that seemed within their grasp photographs. Tallahassee recorded -
I II i Frank Goodwine, Negro disorderly -
.. as Tampa. Oranges here and giant, at old Fort Harlee between I, '
just. a few months before. : a low of two below conduct, fined $27.50 or' HI'
elsewhere were frozen solidon Lake ana
I Hampton .
Some felks cut down their sentenced to five days in jail.
the morning of Jan. 12, Santa Fe River, was reported zero.Most I
I trees and sold them for fire of the orange crop had David Horton Montgomery,
1886 but a slow thaw and gentle to bear 10,000 oranges in a
wood, only to discover that failure to have vehicle under
been harvested and
already ,
rain held loss to a season. I I
'I some were still green and control and causing accident,
mum. Only the very young. When spring finally rolled actual damage was negligible ]I I
might have lived to bear againif forfeited bond of $27.50. ''
I liees and those in bud suffered around and all the country- but it' served notice on the few 1

irreparable damage. oide turned a bright fresh Four left in years the ground.later on Valen- emalning growers that the Anthony Raymond Robaxowski PNADMIHALrj174 ,
Florida I failure to yield right-of- :
Eight years later the outlines of the once
I green tine's Day in 1899, unrelenting orange tree for commercial l
suffer another staggering stood .. way and causing accident for-:.
to trees
was beautiful orange
I better off farther
19th Century was
I winter made a I purposes t '
blow at the hands of \'in- bleak against the clear, blue south. feited bond of $52.50. I I .
the few
I assault on re- ,!
t ter. On Christmas day of that iky. Row after row, acre after I George Harvey, Negro, disorderly -: .

year, no cne gave a thoughtto acre the barren branches of I I I conduct, sentence of! : : .
the weather and the mercury the early orange industry in W. M. Hicks I I direction of DeWitt C. Jone<),five days in jail suspended. J : QUALITY
Funeral Home .I :
55 64I I of Starke. .:
I sat at a comfortable this part of Florida reached I I ,.

degrees. By the 28th The Tele- their arms toward heaven. _

graph was carrying stories of For the.farmer, the railroad,:Of JacksonvilleServices ; ( "

! 'a great blizzard in the East, man, the river shipper' the ; -- .*

,. with readings of 20 below zero hired hand, and the grove were held in Waldo1 I nyc ic'TGROCERY l.l23"LOWOOY. ,,'.

in Michigan while snow was owner the future looked Tuesday afternoon, January 16,1 fTjjjTjjjx :

- falling in Louisiana and Ala- hopeless. Some of the trees for William Maceo Hicks 64,1 I

bama. would live to bear fruit once I II I
of Jacksonville. ..
The blast of arctic air rushed more, but it would mean years
-. Mr. Hicks moved to Jacksonville and MARKET
on into Florida and oi waiting. of tedious care,'and

:A cury readings skidded mer-I half-starvation. \ from Waldo 16 years:,!'I Half Mile North of City Limits-U. S. 301

-'i time lows: 14 degrees i n An optimistic prediction by I ago and was a retired automo-I OPEN 7 DAYS ... 7 AM. 11 P.M.

Starke and Gainesville; 15 in The Telegraph in 1883 that !bile mechanic. Born in Levy

Daytona. and 21 in St. Petersburg "In a few years every man I 31 I
II County, Florida on January ,I CONSOLE
Although the freeze I with an orange grove in Brad- I 1897, Mr. Hicks was a member 1, 'I,
lasted 41 hours once again the< !II lord County will be rich" had pf the Methodist Church and 1 HI1 ',.

carnage to orange trees was proved bitterly wrong. Ii ..
was a veteran of World WarI. ,
not as serious as first esti- I' The classified ads were filled fl [( RE1 for only

mated, and in a few weeks with notices of farms and : j I tfII
I Surviving is his wife :Mrs.:
"Iii budding was in evidence inmost i groves for sale at giveaway 1 Pj .
Nellie Maurer Hicks of Jack- .
I groves. I )prices. Starke wasn't the only I 1 _. .ri a'F '
1 &onville and brother D. ,'.'. -' 'I I-'I
But the worse was yet to :, ection of the county thrown ; one F I .s'-- '- ..' -----i I frs.TI $ 88
Leo Hicks of Jacksonville. --- r.c-: '
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-' come. j I into a financial tailspin by the 1 I *
I heMfrom
Funeral services were IRISH
Weather-conscious Starke-I j big freeze. There were many '. ri >

4 ales began watching the skies ': fine groves at Lawtey, New Cemetery graveside in Waldo in Laurel with Grove Rev POTATOES 10 Ibs. 29'ET i :I1:M V W4i- t 4 YI 4 W. T. ;

I again when The Telegraph River, Sampson, and around E
i L1 .
John Brabham pastor of the
brought news, early in February Kuigsley Lake. A state directory -i
I First Methodist Church in : If, 'N The WHITNEY lii t
J of the coldest weather in published in 1881, says '1
UI Model L302 1I ti
: Starke officiating. Burial followed '
ull Kountry
-a many years in the North with here were 10,000 bearing orange in the family plot under V : I if I I Contemporary styling in. ;

temperatures at 30 below trees in the county at fliIL.fl I TI Il Walnut Mahogany or ,j fl ..
with these
: or I '3 Blonde Oak finishes % l
_. PEAS CORNFood Iii grained % ,
--- -- ---- Limit 8 with S5.00
1.L/ on metal. :

Order I i 23'over!diag.meat. 1\1\ ADMIRABQUALITY

T4 STARKEAUTO BUSINESS DIRECTORY 8 FOR $1.00' 2 FOR 29 I, 282 sq.In.viewing area. FEATURES ii

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Ed Prevatt's& Garage SINCLAIR' SERVICE : KITCHEN CHOICE ; is Precision Built and Life Tested with Tinted Optic Filter .

; .Body Shop STATION for Most Dependable Performance Exclusive N-77 Electron Gun -
RADIATOR, SERVICE .I Complete Auto Service GRAPE JELLY .- 24 oz. jar 25c : II
BODY & FENDER REPAIR!I New Cores Roddin Tires Batteries-Accessories' I I _ _ Automatic "Picture Guard" Circuit. ,I, :.

I COLLISION SERVICE Flushing Crank Shaft Electric Welding ROYAL --- Automatic Contrast Restoration'Biggest .,.,
Grinding 542 Madison 969-2801!; LONG GRAIN RICE -- 5 Ibs. 59c
Fainting Matching Lawn Mower Motors Repaired -

Phone 964-0154 AUTO TIRES I i Picture! ;. IL..J ,
Or 9643861So. -

_ Phone $69-2405 Walnut, Starke Starke Recap Co. Biggest Value! '9,

Pappy Raulston. Owner Mr.
.. Recapping for Cars & Truck: or a

Dodd's Service & ONE DAY SERVICE I

j I 27" TV
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Starke Motor International Lifetime -- i t CAN BISCUITS. 3 for .- 28c I I Exclusive N-77 Electron Gun and Exclusive : ;.. '

Mufflers .. -Seal 'd-On Tinted Safety Glass.ONLY ., -
Parts Co., Inc. FIRESTONE FARM SUPPLIES |I REG. SIZE .4: 9', ____

Tires Batteries, Accessories Brownlee. & : FAB5coff . 25c II .. --
528 S. Walnut 964-3861:: ( I I -- '-
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Jobber For NAPA .Starke- ""66" Service- SEEDS FEEDS I FRESH GROUND SMOKED $1$ 595 .

Bill Edwards FERTn.I71RSInsecticides 1 Month _.. '
Cor. Brownlee & Clark: WE SPECIALIZE IN Crates( & Plants\ HAMBURGER RAC.O" ... .... : -
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BRAKE SERVICE "Your Friendly j :. ; Jb*REVtftE Mod.U7>> ," .

.,. j Wheel Balancing &: Alignment, Farm Supply Store" i iCor. I! LB. .49c LB. 39c< .. .'. ,' "t 2,. ...*:.! *. .27'ovenH dOOsq.ln.vtewlngafsL diag. meas.

AUTO REPAIRS Phone 964-8881 I 10th & Cherry Starke, .- . -
617 N. Temple. Starke I -- -I < i

WELDIMGARAGEThomas BEEF LIVER 35cb. or 3 Ibs.. for _$1 I

Earl's GarageALL Gilbert S. Brown I Welding SUNNYLAND or AZALEA fI jAeAlNI

KINDS OF Standard OU ATLAS Service Station Eleetrie and Acetylene WeldinglUve i ALL MEAT BOLoGNA Ib.' 49c _' .. .'.>> .---00.'. ,.'.._ ,. .. __ -.- .. ,- .,,',,-"' '' ,-_... '-

AUTO REPAIR WORK TIRES & BATTERIES Welder Will Travel!. |H YOUR'DOL' AR :j t tl{ i'l. '1ttrA t Y'PltQM U 3 :.

All Work Guaranteed Budget Terms- Road Service Work Guaranteed ,J PORK CHOPS ,lb. -- 59c L I --- .. .. -- .. .. -- .. .. .. _. .._.. _. ..-;;? --,-- -.- ---, -..-.- ,
964-0361 '
116 Brownie -
Phone 869-296* Phone 964-7071' W. I ,; i l. .

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You'll Find Plenty Of Ii Junior Varsity Cornelius Moore Services TodayFor (Services Held Baptist at 2 p. m. Monday Church in Keystone the First I I HOLINESS PENTECOSTAL CHURCH ,I,II I ---

neal Bargains And PlentY \Cagers Lose 1, Mrs. Perkins,,Monday For Heights with Rev. J. R. Smith I 324 W. Brownlee St.

Of Parking Space At Robert Tyre officiating. Burial was in the
Services: HeldWednesday : Sunday School 10 a. m.
Win Twice
Former Teacher Keystone Heights Cemetery Morning Worship. 11 a. ra.j .
Robert Burton; Tyre, son of I
FARB'SBargain i I i under direction of DeWitt C. j Evangelistic Service, 7:30: p.
Mrs. Rubie Mae Poppell A. Paul\ l and Martha Sargent
i I Starke junior varsity basket- m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting -
Perkins, 58, died Tuesday Tyre of Keystone Heights, i Jones Funeral Home.BAYLESS II
ballers won two games during 7:30: p. m. Saturday
Center I morning at her home in died Saturday afternoon in a i
the past week while dropping I II I Youth Service 7:30: p. m.-
I 1 Cornelius ) Starke after an extended:: ill- |, Starke hospital after an illness HIGHWAY
I one. Moore 47 assistant I David T. McGhee. pastor.
2 \
Miles South on I of several He I II I
days. was
:Chief ness. I| I
The I of Police of Starke, died I 1 I \
Baby Tor.nadoes SCHEDULE
topped CHURCH
U. S. 301 : Callahan's B-squad last Fri- I|Monday afternoon in the University Born June 21. 1903 at New'|I 1' Dom: May 18, 1960 in Jack- I I I ,

!j River, hei parents were tha j sonville. :I I
Medical Center j I Ii GATOR AUTOMATIC
day, January 12, 38-13 with 10
i School
I Sunday am j
ONE he is !
BEAUTIFUL Gainesville after an extended;! late James H. and Nancy Bacon I Besides his parent, i Transmission Service
Wainwright taking
illness. j ji : Poppell. She was a mem- j| survived by a brother. :Mat- ]j: Morning Worship, 11 a. m J Ji Complete AutomaticTransmission
8Pc. Dining high honors with eight mark- I I
: ers. Andy Strickland and Bar- i Mr. Moore was born in Starke ber of the First Baptist L.ew Paul Tyre; his maternal j j3iandmother i Training Union, 6 p. m Service

Room 'Ion Feb. 26 1914 the Church and had taught in the i Mrs. M. M.I!I 1 Service 7 Exchange Units Repairs -
SuiteEXTENSION ; ry Firth had seven each. son of the; Evening p. m. Prayer -
public schools of Florida for !I Sargent and paternal grand- ,
late Thomas Parts
A tough Palatka team handfd 'I J. and Ollie Raul-! meeting, Wednesday 7 p. !
TABLE ,erson Moore. He was a member 37 years. The last 27 years of Mother. Mrs. I. B. Tyre, all of : All Work On Premises
I the Baby Tornadoes their : I her m. Choir practice Wednesday -
:of the" teaching career were spent Keystone Heights. :j 19 S. E. 2nd Place GaiaeMille,
6-Chairs aptist Church. I
Buffet I second: loss of the season 52- I 8 p. m. !
on the faculty of Bradford Funeral services were held:!
Walnut Surviving are his wife, Lois I; I PHONE 322032CLASSIFIED
: 37 Saturday night in the local i
County High School, until her ,
I Harold Bishop wasStarke's Judd Moore; one daughter, Mrs. iI
Jean Norman two Glen retirement in 1960 due to ill I
Only $6500 only bright spot with 1 ; sons, I
i A.-and William C. Moore; two health. !
iI 13 points.In '
brothers, Nelson and Clarence I Surviving are her husband,I The New Script !
I a tight game Tuesday I
Moore; and three sisters Misses Warren E. Perkins of Starke; j
ONE -!
7.PIECE mght the Baby Tornadoes

Dining Room !i aged the P. K. Yonge B-squad ,Mrs.Rosa Lois and Cox Edith all Moore of Starke., and Plant three City brothers; Thom, Joe's C.J. Poppell Poppell,j I! Business Line Ball Pens : UP TO 20 WORDS ,.

led the
44-12. Bob
I Mooiy: j Lakeland E. R. ____
Funeral services were held ; and Poppell, ONE INSERTION .9;) I
Suite ; Tornadoes with 18 while Har- j I
'at 2 p. m. Wednesday in the St. Augustine; and one sister 2 Insertion ad __ 1.50 I
I old Bishop had 13 and Barry same
I' Mrs. Annie Colson, Starke. j I and Refills
Table, 5 Chairs And' i Union Primitive Baptist Church
eight. ; S Insertions ad 2.00 I
Funeral services were held ; same
Starke --
near ,
Buffet II I Harold Trujillo and John with Elder B. H.; i PHONE
I Rawls and Rev. S. E. Sparks j al 4 p. m. Thursday in Jones :
Weigman had 12 points each Memorial Chapel with Rev. WRITING Each word over 20 ______ 5c
officiating. Burial FOR ALL BUSINESS
Only was in the! j '
$5500i for the Blue Wave while team- : I WO 4-3101
Leo Burial
family in officiating.
i mate David Blaisdell had nine. .plot. .. Dyal- Cemetery. !, *.-ft" -k .1..ft fnv1v* %-vli **% : __L_ or _t _.____ ___ _. .. 90I
unaer direction Of DeWitt C. VI U& uu:; uuu.r !14V 4U I ;Sac KATUA LHAUUK TUK ,
Extra Chair Thrown In Jones Funeral Home. Crosby Lake Cemetery under oruy lJC eacflREF1LLABLE I I KE'ED)8 Oil ADS NOT :

I Sales TaxCollections Active pallbearers were Har- direction of DeWitt c. Jones PAID ADVANCE Office and School Supplies

NE"rPlatform Up vey McCarthy, Freeman Rho- Funeral Home. ,,

; den, Floyd Cowart, Millard Jor- !
!In November dan, Don Hall, and Roy Clem- House Burns;
I Up to 50 words ______ 2.50

$13.95 I Ii i i Sales tax collections in Brad- ons. Nothing SavedA with Refills 1 lOc ; Each word over 50 ____ 5c

;ford County for last November I Services Held ea. I, BRADFORD County TELEGRAPH
NEWSwivel showed a substantial increase house owned by J. C. Bar- I I .
Rockers over the same month in 1960.,i Tuesday ForJohnson ton near the Bethel Baptist BLUE i

The total for November, 1961 Church two miles southeast of I ____ 5c Per Wore)
i Mrs. ...... __
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87 T---- -
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I was $12,585.30, as comparedwith Starke burned to the ground BLACK .

$38.50HideAway [ 10926.61 in November,!' last Wednesday, January 10, .
Mrs. Susie Sapp Johnson 87 *
before could be
,1960. anything
i a lifetime resident of Bradford
Bed Union County's collections: saved. Deputy Sheriff Russell
'!and Union Counties, died Sun- FINE OR MEDIUM POINTS "uiij
showed a slight increase from I Redding reported.The I
GOOD MATTRESS ; [day in King Memorial Hospital,
2676.32 in November, 1960 to entire Barton family,
j Lake Butler after extended
i an
$59.50 2710.70 in November 1961. :illness.I > except one son who was stay- The most economical

In spite of the cutback at ing with relatives in Starke,

I Green Cove's Navy base, Clay II III I Mrs. Johnson was born in was in Tampa where he is 20 Words or less!! one time ------------ .95 Memorials Resolutions _-- --- _- or per word

S-P-E-C-I-A-L County showed an increase in I Bradford County on Feb. 27, working. Mrs. Ernest Eaton, writing ever devised. If not paid irf advance ________________ 1.00 'ards of Thanks up to 58 \\orils -- 2.50
1875 and
Bed Room Suites :'sales tax collections from $14- Paul Johnson was, who married died in to 1934.Eric' the Barton's next door neigh- Keyed or Blind Ads __u______________ 1.00 Over 50 worth _.___ __ __ 5r per word I

I 858.19; in November 1960 to;,She was a member of the Rai- bor, first saw the blaze coming Each additional word over 20 __________ 03; Display ads in Classified ______ 1.50 per Inch
TWIN BEDS 15390.36 in November 1961.I I through the roof of the hquse
ford :Methodist Church. Bradford County Telegraph I ,
The state as a whole showed and summoned aid. LARGE HOUSE FOR SALE- TUA1LLK "AUKI FOR RENT TO COUPLE -
Mattress and Springs I Survivors
a 4.39 per cent increase for include five chil- The Starke Fire Depart- I \ Completely furnished [6, Large lots with patios avail- small house. reasonable! Can

Vanity and Bench : the same period. dren, one sister, and 13 grand- ment rushed to the scene bu, apartments] double garage.i aoie.: Close: to down town be seen at 334 N. ThompsonSt.
Chest children. 1 210 N. Cherry St. shopping.Vcsrnoreian... 4tu 1-18
Funeral services were held the house was already fallingin ;ijTTT- 1 Enjoy a home plus income.I 'Irailer Park Westmoreland I

All For Symptoms 01 Distress Arising from at 2 p. m. Tuesday in the Lake when they arrived, Reddingsaid. i. See J. R. Bullington, Owner. i St. phcne 969-2151. ttcna.SINCE IT'S A FACT that drus may
$9800 Also burned was a 1950 Ichs
STOMACH ULCERSDUE Butler ,_ relieve an ailment temporarily -
Methodist Church, with
Maple 1 I I I Ford car which was on blocks I .; CHIROPRACTIC restores -I but nermit it to become
EXCESS ACID Rev. H. L. Boyd officiating. IF YOU NEED a good steady health after other Drogressivfly worse. Only
approximately 10 feet from
USED RELIEF OR NO COST j I Burial was in Dyal Cemetery TERWILLEGAR income but. can work onlyi methods fail you can save $ $ S I Chiropractic removes the
; 1 the house. part time. sell Avon Cosmetics
under direction of Williams- i i if you see your Chiropractor cause of the ailment.i .
Cabinet Sink Thomas Funeral Home. Cause of the fire is un- ;i and:! Toiletries. Experience un- first. Phone Dr. H. G. Bo1linser. 1 Phone: the BolUnstPi' ChiroI

1'1 I known. :, necessary. Write Mrs. Mabel I S arke. 2tn25 I practic Clinic t.<'1a '. D;>lav m-

42" 37.50 i Gore Box 3617. Gainesville- I ,i vites disaster.: 2to l-'a:
Give directions to your horn? FOR SALE 1957 Dcd?\-
t. for WILLARD relief ofsymptoms TREATMENThavebeensoM of distress arising from ,Negroes Charged I Services HeldWednesday _2tr-h? 1-2" Truck. I12 ton short wheel i
i FOR SALE-One 2 old
vi r
PIECE METAL due to Ea- '
I'I Stomach and Duodenal Ulcer With2ndB&E base. Dual wheel. Good tires.
;, ecu Acid-Poor Digestion.Souror Upset I. For i FOR SALE -Some Surplus new. Call 845-3617 Hilliard. i Gernsev cow with 4 mo o.d
Wall Cabinet j Stomach,Gassiness! ,Heartburn,Sleep. Items at Bargain Prices: Two Fia. Collpct. tfchg;: I heifer calf. Earl Cook 725 S
\ les&ness.etc.,due to ExcelS Acid.Ask fee Two Starke Negro men Mrs. Nona Parrish Gas Hot Water Heaters. One Eoperson St.. HD
I MWilUrd'Meuaxe"which fully dplanaUBS I
: $11.50 home theDLbILCANOVA |I charged with breaking and en- T "t Church Windows One Lot FOR SALE Several differ-
ent kind of baled hay Clover: I ADULT EDUCATION COUR-
tering a business establishment Mrs. Nona Whitehead Par-
PHARMACY :' and !arass seed. Also 100 ft. SES EVENINGS. MONDAY
KOCH DRUG STORE I on the night of December rish, widow of the late Robert Ready mix concrete concrete lots fronting Highway 16. J. THROUGH THURSDAY AU

27 have also had a second Guy Parrish, died Monday ina block Di, rs. fence post... sanci B. White. phone 964-1651. High School subjects- Business -
--- -- similar charge placed against 'I Starke hospital after an ex- cement mortar mix rock. steel i 4trhg 1-18 : Courses. Conversational

them for the same night. Dep- icnded illness. She was: born ... oyster shell limprock. and roof Spanish. Mechanical Drawing.
:i gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg lEAN SWEEP SALE-Gen-
uty Sheriff Dolph Reddish Oct. 12, 1919 in Bradford Bradford Engineering Co. n-al Electric ADDlianres. Prices I I I Testing: contact services.L. White H. Gibson.students -

r/m i n/fi said this week. I County and, since her mar- slashed! We refuse to be un- I USO Bid!!. Office. Negro students -
The two brothers, Willie, 28.1 riage, had resided near Brooker. COMPANY DEMONSTRATOR Asbestos Pid'nT and SVnsle- '1 lirsclfl bv aT1!' dealer. G3t I : contact Prof. Eddie
OF'CROCERIES and William Wims One Array! Stove. f Heater the bp'it foF IP.-?-G. J M-- Thompkins. RJE High School.
I WE STOCK A COMPLETE LINE 25, have I (lOne Rcw Boat. Twelve Ft GRIFP ADP1ian ps. 100 Wr.,11 I I tfch
been charged with enteringthe Surviving are three daugh- 9,000 MILES ; One Electric Lawn Mower cj; PV.OTIP QR4-fiS51! ]tn

\ business establishment of ters, Myra and Virginia Par- : Onp Pan-! Bailpr A Fp\v Ya'd I FOR RF..NT-2 bednnni unfurnished -
T hlpc;. Phone 964-2661 P FOP. RENT--Two bedroom
Max Lane well rish. and Mrs. William Par-' or
as as ,,..., house at 431 N Si
i I n 'R .v 9"1 1.nhn c ---.4 jnuso Excellent
of lola Little, both located rish, all of Brooker; one son, '< Clair 5t. See J. 1,. Silcox.
607 E. Brownlee Ph. 969.1093 condition $65. Couple only or
.,. on East Brownlee Street Wayne Parrish, Brooker; her $386.00 LIST PRICE HOMES; IN STARKE ,'iiii: nnp ::''iii. 51f st Clair 2tp I 18
in Reno. Both men are In the I parents Mr. and Mrs. Sam j I The very MPst in rie<:ian St Rov Ackers.:; 1133 NW 22 S.\LE-21" Wf>stm hou"t'

Open 7 days a week 6 a. m. to 10 p. m. : Bradford County jail: !under' I' Whitehead; four brothers, A. I, i: ann 1nt1 FHA r"n'\trnction Finanrin for avQitablp sal0 V Ai A tIP. iIn4Ivi11p; TV FOR cnnsc'e.' 21" Admiral TV

$2,500 bonds each on the dou- B., Leslie, and"J.. B. WhItehead TTnfl1Michpri ""mDC: fnr rn' WANTED: LISTINGS FREE Console 17" Phjlco TV Jiwlrl!
I ble count of illegal entry. all of Bradford County DISCOUNT r.ff1"f "t fnwn OPEN LTSTWW: NO HALE i ':Rf*: 21" Philco TV. Chfrrvwcod -

) DELICIOUS : The two entered lola Little's and Allen Whitehead, Orlan- ; 1168.00 I I I 9T"T. Pft...,.... NO PAY. STROUT EALTY I II console: 21" MotoriJa.)
THRIFTY MAIN DISH ( t ble TV Y'ur choice $5 00Dahrner's
T. Hinspn Pen 5 mi. S of
Cafe through a window; in the ; 0.0; and four sisters, Mrs. Nina : I
: f 01F. CWAT!\ P"w 'I'm Si- '"'''n. DiviunfIXCO.ME
restroom on the south side of Parrish. Lake Butler Mrs. I ....,, t, t...... vn" V'f.. n w Vark":: on TT s. 301. Phone- I 'J..T f'l11"" 1 tJtlwI
>4fiR-i7fi) Waldo. tfchCOLONIAL
he: building and stole items I Hazel Raulerson, Jacksonville; V""ht T .>...*ny_ T"1q or inRtnm I

Lotaling $143. They broke into I Mrs. Ruth Alexander Cincin- $$2695,00 Selling Price t.'ii'irt..., ,., Fpnrtich f; q4_. Wo'1 1b v FLORIST F.: WJTCHESONSATURFIAYS: TAX SERVICEC.
the juke box and took approx-1 nati, Ohio; and Mrs. Helen Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke.

;imately $100 from the money j Klicker Jacksonville. N. C. FOR SALE-Circulating heater. Flowers wired any place. Flowers AND

box $25 from the cigarette 'i Funeral services were' held with fan. 75.450 BTU $65. for all occasions locally. Mon. Fri.: after 5 p. m.

machine which they also broke ut 4 p. m. Wednesday in the Used one year. Phone 969- Phone 964-6291. 506 East (clI. .qr,4Iiq';

into and also] took six men'sshirts II New River Baptist Church of 1961 Galaxie 500 fORDORColor 2934 :3tn 1-1P Nona St. tfchg 521 Pratt S'.

SMOKED NOT SLICED-BY PIECE valued at $18. I which she was a member with WANTED: RELIABLE MANOR BIRD DOG IN POUND1 IQrhe I-I!
The Lane Place was entered Rev. L. L. Parker and Rev. i WOMAN to take over liver and white spotted male
I Rex Brookins officiating. Burial I Black and White. V-8 352 Engine, 220 Watkins route in Starke. Good bot-tail. 1 female. same color HASTINGS MATTRESS
Reddish said, by breaking the I -
BACON -- lb. AM 1C i latch on the rear door and $25 I I was in the family plot in'!', Horse Power, Cruiseomatic Transmission, Radio No for investment.up to $65 weekly Set Jour to start.own pound Owner fee may and claim advertising by paying & UPHOLSTERY WORKS

removed from the jukebox and j New River Cemetery under the I Select Air Conditioner, Power Steering, hours. Permanent opportuni cost. Contact City Police Dept. 710 Lemon St. Palatka

cigarette machine. I| direction of DeWitt C. Jones j I i White Wall Tires, Wheel Covers, Chrome Fender tv. Full or Dart time. Watkins ltr'hg Furniture Repaired, Upholstered
Charges for the same two of- Funeral Home. Products. Dept. J-2 P. O. Box & Refinished
FRESH FLOIUDA. Active Skirts, Back Up Lights, Outside Mirror, ').1.1'7 'I\.1'p..n"i > TV-tin. Itnj; TAKE UP PAYMENTS -on
Censes have been dropped were I a 23 inch Admiral T. V. Dah- MATTRESSES REBUILTNew
against two other men by Andrews, Chester Andrews Chrome Rocker Panels. FOR RENT-2 bl?- room furnished i mpr' D 'i(>o'mt HOUSP; Itch"

PRYERSlb.E S 29c County Judge T. A. Yawn I' Zedra Hamilton, Leslie I earase apartment. In-I' OCCUPANCY I' Innerspringsand
IMMEDIATE Box SpringsDrop
Willie Wims was arrested in Green. Russell Green, and Res- : auire at 306 N. CherrY 9tn St. New large 3 bedroom suburban -
Us A Card Call
% or
Starke the day after the crime, sic Colson. I home with family room. I I
SMALL FRESH FLORIDA December 28, and Williamwas I GOOD USED Ranges!; and re- ,Phone 4-RIin.. 2tch? 1-18 i iI I STARKE 96<<.5931
arrested in Miami on Jan- CARD OF THANKS frizerators at oricos vou can

-fc uary 11TELEGRAPH. '\Ve. are sincerely grateful to T af!?rd. North Florida Supply. WANTED tvoes of real- Listings estate. We cf at-I alII MRS. Starke PEGGY, Agent SHALLEB.

HE N S 19c. riends and neighbors for: Bank Financing -412 _E. Call St tfche Coast.tract buyers United Farm from Coat Agency.H. I i I m -

their many acts of sympathy I :{ FOR RENT2 bedroom unfurnished G. Bellinger. agent Phone I HOUSE TRAILER FOR

during our sad bereavement. ; 36 Months to Pay 964-4921. apartment. Phone tfchs:: 964-2831. 426 N. Walnut St ; RENT. Can be moved on vour

CENTER CUT : Such thoUghtfulness can never I 4 to 1-25 own lot. Phone 964-1651 J B

be forgotten.-Mr. and Mrs. FOR RENT-ICyigsley Lake !' .White. ItchgSTOP
RjII ii' ]FOR RENT Furnished apart- I
Sidney F. furnished 2 bearoom house !H
lb. Griffis and family.
PORK CHOPS 49C. I *LL POlTN.wSpsd4P.i. Well heated. Available to :1 aaents.." ; _Reasonable A""_t",,_. fll'rn rates.,,.. Nears Q _, -READ THIS <
-- June 1. Phone 964-4201 or : UU1J1J4UAOU""';'' 4 UV"I" 1 I ii ,ou nave inougni;; aoout go
I 964-0741. tfchg '[2011 or call at 213 S. Cherry i ii i 1 ins into your own business.
i St. [Shell Oil Co. Qffice.1 tfchg. NOW IS THETIMEAMERICAN -
FRESH SMALL Complete Photographic Service HOUSE FOR RENT-2 bed- I;! I OIL STATION U.
room unfurnished. 1024 But- FURNISHED APARTMENTS: j jj S. 301 & SR No. 16 is now
.- z ler Rd. Phone 964-5685. !I II j lights and water furnished i I available.
SPARE RIBS -- lb. 49c u......-..,.,WI ,,J7 : Cameras Hallmark Greeting 3tp 1-18 1: Inquire Bullm ton Studio or j! We are flexible. Call me and

......., .... :11? : BULLINGTON !: 321 West MadisonSt.. tfchg ,I let's discuss it. W. M Stewart
FilmWatches !i |
fls.-a" ... Cards I HAVE TWO OPENINGS FR 6-5631 or FR 2-0110.
Cett,......... i1111 : ONE FULL TIME AND ONE i FURNISHED one bedroom ]I Gainesville. tfchz

.....__1lI....,..a.. 'FIfTt4M2 "Feature Lock" PART TIME WITH 92 YEAR i aoartments for rent. W. H. j

SLICED 3 LBSI ........-N...-." ... ii Jewelry Studio and Gift Shop DiamondWedding TYPE OLQ COMPANY.WORK. AVERAGE ROUTE i Nollman. 510 17 Cherry.tfchs : WORTH THE TRIP

BOLOGNA -....,,...,.,.,.---- IIS Bibles $2.46 PER HOUR. MAN OR > BE SURE to WORLD Mobile Homes Always

Pefud alias.... II I Tape Recorders WOMAN AGE 35 TO 65. BOOK before buying see en- below market, and clean.
w.-...... II CAR NECESSARY. WRITE: I any
: f II S Phonographs Starke, Florida MR. GREENE. 659 w.1| cyclopedia. M. A. Payne, your
PEACHTREE N. E. AT- local representative since 1956. TRAILER PARK

S SAGE $ 00 0.1'4"-::.:..:=.. f Diamond Saving Stamps with Every Purchase LANTA 8. GA. No. 1 6tcM! 2-1 Box FOR 603.SALE-Ph- 964-3794 Three bedroom tfchz 1 mi. SE on of Route Keystone 100 Hts.

IUaI: home. Inquire at 634 N. Cherry ->!
I I i FARMEquipment
I MEMIER 119 S. THOMPSON ST. I St. Starke 3tp 1.25 '
WEiNERS GIANt Ie Ul'LTUBI< PHONE 964-4155 !-> Tot
; Plowing -
.... NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022 FOR RENT-6 room house. 3 i
r. j.j uild Piloting
pths DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe bedrooms. bath: hot and cold' :

.' -. ri Wire Flower Anywhere water Rjtch's Froit and Gilt : INDUSTRIAL
,: .'.tttllt- ), .;tj, 1- tfchx Shoo located: on 301 South. ; Equipment For Every Job
lARD 3Ib. jar a 39c : _h_, --h._._ ___ : LTD. $50 a month. 2tcha i
FOR SALE-Boston Bull pup Superior Tractor Co.
Dies 3 male 6 weeks old. Brindle FOR SALE Restaurant I -,
I, and black and white. equipment. Earl Cook. 725 S. PHONE EV 9-6772
.-. Phone Starke 964-6323. ltp Epperson St. 3tp 1-25 5353 AY. Beavw Juksojirille
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YTTTY.TTTTTTTTTYYT' this area are encouraged to ,.,.
liams, Miss Kathy Conklin, with books at retired r --" AT THE TABERNACLE
support the drive for funds.In election open died Tuesday, Jan. 9. A I I
,and Miss Joyce Melton took addition to Mrs. Home's store for this railroad man Mr. Bright had thesis are as follows: Acrylic

HAMPTONBy part directed by Mrs. Charles polio funds are now obtainedalso fighting precinct, No.5. New voters been living in Eustis. Home Demonstration [Orion Acrilanl; Nylon CCa- Regular services at the

Hicks, YWA counselor and to combat arthritis and would include any new resi Rev. and Mrs. Carl Clarke prolan, Nylenkal; Polyester Tabernacle were somwhat interrupted -

Mrs. D. E. Hill Rev. W: P. McElroy pastor. birth go defects. The March of dents since the last election,,. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mat- 3 ( Notesby Dacron, KodelJ; Spandex during th past week

u j,j.A..A.j,j.A.j.A.ij, ..A..A..A..A... .Ala,' .Decorations of greenery and Dimes still spends a large per- and or those who have reached chett, and Stanley Jones attended by the illness of the sponsors.
'white mums and candlelight centage helping victims of age 21 since that time. 'a youth rally at the DOROTHY ROSS [Lycra Vyrene However, meetings were resumed -
White Bible Ceremony provided the setting for the a as scheduled. Facts a-
Requirements for voting are Christian Church in Lake For more information on
polio, however, both those '=;
) Home Demonstration
Honors Couple Here rj Agent bout "The Tree of Know
service. "Bless This House,
a that 21 of .
who contracted the disease a person be years ; Butler Sunday afternoon.The tiber identification and cluesto
Miss Victoria Ann Mosher vocal, solo, was presented by age or over and a resident of, V. J. Slades are com i edge" in this case the Bible,
before the discovery of vaccine II Landscape Plantings nuts or pecans. Add 1 teaspoon I clothing care, contact the I
and Franklin O'Steen were Mrs. W.. P. McElroy and pian- ,. and the smaller numberof the state of Florida for one pleting work on their new Injured By Cold lemon juice twothirdscup were brought out in the Sun-

honored in a white Bible ists were: Debra Hicks and cases still occurring. The year and of Bradford County] masonry home at the north After the winter wonderlandIcy sweetened condensed milk. Home Demonstration Agent in day morning lesson. "Signs ofthe

ceremony at prayer meetingin 'Paula McElroy. drive for funds will continue for at least six months. end of Division St., and planto weather we've been having Form in balls, Roll in sugar Starke. Times" was the subjectof

Wednesday Hampton Baptist Church Starch Of Dimes Drive throughout this month. PTA Election Tuesday; move in within the next there is bound to be much cold i. [or roll them in crumbs] the evening message
night, prior to
Canisters for the annual School Closed By Cold week.
their Voters Register Now injury to landscape plantings. and top with cherries and
YWA's wedding of the on Friday. March of Dimes campaign For Spring PrimaryAll Hampton Elementary School Mrs. T. E. Simmons of Frozen plants should be allow pieces of nuts. Red and green TICKETS ON SALE NOW AT CIRCUS SITE: 10
church ,sponsored nave been placed in stores in new voters are asked to PTA will meet for election of; Chase City Va. arrived here ed to thaw out in the shade, cherries are colorful. This
the ceremony. Miss Car- 000 Seat Jacksonville Coliseum 1145 E. Adams St.1962EDlTiON .
officers Tuesday night Jan. last week for a visit with her ,
lene Hampton and residents of I register now for the spring and a covering of some kind recipe was contributed by Mrs.
Melton, Miss.! Alethia. Wil- 23, at 7:30: p. m. in the school son and daughter-in-law Mr. might help. Muriel S. Norman.

auditorium. and Mrs. R. O. Simmons, and Don't be in a hurry to prune The many textile fibers and ALL.N

I Hampton school closed last other friends and relatives away the dead portionswaita finishes on the market today

R.x 1. < .VM'r f I Friday along with others in while to see how much is have thoroughly confused the ,

j| Bradford County, when cold here.Mrs.. Inez Alford of Jacksonville really dead then cut or prune public. Upon reading the labelon

i' weather caused heating troubles visited here last slightly into the green good a sweater in a Call Street I

w sSitc' in some schools and weekend with her mother part of the limb. Store last week a customer

V !i roads were icy for bus routes. Mrs. George Saxon, and other Time To Plant II. asked "What is Acrylic?"
:! A high absence rate due to Ill- .
+ relatives. Trees And Shrubs Knowing the fiber in tex-
f Have I I| ness was also a deciding, factor Mrs. Ruth Mills of Jackson- Now is the time to plant or tiles is important in the use

x you 1 i according to Principal J. ville spent the weekend here transplant trees and shrubs, I and care of fabrics. The man- 4AINUIRCUS
i C. Hobbs. More than 20 students ;
i with Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill I while they are dormant. i ufacturer is required to label
were out each day last clothing giving the generic
about planting
what and daughters.Mr. Thinking some
m got ; week, and 20 on Monday this fruit trees to beautify your [family] name and percentageby
and Mrs. Leland Bed-
i week, or one absent of every i' home grounds and provide weight of the fibers used. .

it takes? k : even pupils. The extra day I terson cnbaugh were and Gainesville Mrs. K. B. Wat-visit- some food too? I Each generic name designates I
will have to be made up at '' I
Fred lawrence. citri-cultrist,r a kind of fiber that
i.. ; i the end of school he said, to ors Monday. I
recommends these varieties of differs in origin. Trade names
i meet the state requirement of Saturday visitors at the W. I
.i4 Y fruit for our section: Pecans exist for many fibers. If a
\ t 180 school days during the P. McElroy home were Mr.
Curtis, Stuart; Pears [Pine- : manufacturer uses a trade I
i year. Hampton school's heating -i and Mrs. Ben Norton and
'r Hood Persimmon name, he is also required to I
apple ; :
: equipment was not one of family of Tarpon Springs. i GREATEST cTHow ON EARTH
i [Tanenashi, Fuguyakil; Sat- use the generic name, whichis i 2c4
c& i, those giving trouble, though I
M'Y X r+*'. i some repairs to the furnace ..T..TTTt f YT.TYYY'BROOKER suma [Owaril; Kumquat [Na- the key to proper washing I

w I I:: were necessary recently previous ami., Marumil;; Calamondin; drying and pressing tempera- Jan. 31, Feb. 1-2, 8 P. M. Feb. 3, 8:45 P. M.

I I II i to the recent cold spell. Muscadine grape IBurgaw, tures, spot removal and tor- I MATINEES: Feb. 3, 4, 1:30 & 5:30 P. M.

I Earn & dollar I Next Wednesday will mark Scuppernong age.Look
Walnut Balls for performance and I Rows 1-17, $3.50 Rows 18-29, $2.50 -
the end of the first semsterof
Keep part of it. i school for this year, with By Shirley GreenAAAtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mix 2 cups vanilla wafer} care information on the labelsof : Rows 30-33, $1.50

:. It takes a lot semester cards to be crumbs one-third cup sugar yard goods and readytowear ,!
': Salt it away \ I: report one-eighth teaspoon salt, onehalf '! when you look for the Children Under 12 Half Price Feb. 3-4, 5:39 P. M.
:' sent out soon afterwards.Mrs.
A-3c and Mrs. Creig Woodof
.., '. of effort to m the bank'.. I Carolyn Canova music Albany Ga. were weekend teaspoon cinnamon, one1half generic name of the fiber. i ALL SEATS RESERVED
.. cup chopped maraschino ;, Some of the generic names
Leave it there \ teacher is working with the guests of his parents Mr. andMrs. !' I
I children on music for an cherries. 1 cup chopped wal- with trade names in -paren- -
\ Lloyd Wood.
drawing interest i Easter program Mr. Hobbs
it* Mr. and Mrs. Alex Williams
1>It .V .. said. Mrs. Canova has musicat
and son, Kirk of Jacksonvillewere I
the Hamptoi School on
t; weekend guests of Mr.
l Wednesdays of each week HOUSE
and Mrs. Dave Green. OPEN
':-J\ But he who earns, keeps, banks, and lets his and seasonal programs give
added incentive to the music Mrs. flfcry Green, Mrs. T.
dollars grow, has learned how to make work. W. Mark y, and Mrs. H. O.
:t Brown attended services at
; money make, money', Mrs. Mary Williams, Little Springs Church and 1:00 P.M. SUNDAY JANUARY 21 1962

,'tIIIHIl>"" Hampton postmaster spent i also visited Mrs. R. K. Dukes, : ,

There's nothing quite like having money, in. Tuesday last week at Penney who is a patient in Kings Me-

". the bank-our bank. Start saving regularly Farms and Friday at Middle- morial Hospital in Lake But-
burg, cooperating in the post-', ler. Sunday.Mr. THREE BEAUTIFUL HEW

.:.... here with u$! office, orientation program for and Mrs. A. L. Crewsof
.. new postmasters- Both postmasters LaCrosse visited Mrs. Mattie three beautiful new Jim Walter Homes plus another that's almost

.f of these two towns Barry Sunday afternoon. new now open for your inspection during our big OPEN HOUSE

t have" been appointed within Kenneth Parrish, Jackie Sunday.The economical 2-BR Capri, $1795. The spacious 3-BR Lanier, ,

.JII the.past year, and are receiv- Parrish, and' Rhoda Hines of $2195. The eye-catching Southern Belle, $2795 plus the luxurious 3-

inK instruction by this method.'. Jacksonville. visited Mr. and- ,........BR-2-B.a1h.Sundowner, 43595. Be sure to see them! ". ,-.
FtORIDAF: ""OTTugsday : .peek? they "Mrs. tee Parrish recently._ .

both spent the working day : Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Forsythe

at the Hampton postoffice, of Plant City were visiting
'''B' : : 'earning' procedures and busi- Mrs. Mattie Sowell recently. THE STANLEY BROTHERS f .
.,, F N K'AX' S'T:A.[ R.1f'S" : ness with the,help of Mrs.
,., ., Mr. and Mrs. R. A- Guest
'-" -- -.- -, w, ._ __ ._ _. _, Williams.E. \. AND THE CLINCH MOUNTAIN BOYS
and daughter Susan of Nash-
Wit ftf 21IAWM Cf TO ILC1 iDA"ATIOfIAL MOW.MMIlR FEDERAL fcETOttT MtURANCC COM two-story. L. Bright brick owner building of the on ville, Ga. were weekend guestsof 2 IN PERSON! ',.

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wood
the main street of Hampton, .
and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Big- Playing And Singing Your Favorite Songs

ham Jr. and family. ,


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'Cree Motor Co. Soil Conservation I I :

Mauldin'sAuto i Johnson & Paris MoCULLOCH


Authorized Sales &; Service SEEDSPLANTS- Paul Hutchins advisor for J I

GLASS "Complete Sendee for AH FERT1IdZERSInsecticides 8ERVJCEFlorida the Bradford FFA Chapter,

Windshield & Door Glass Makes" announced that Don Brandes .... .--
MAke 606 E. University Ave, -Pet Supplies Saw Co. Wayne Clemens and Tommy -
Replaced. In Any
FR 24251Gainesville 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Raulerson will represent Bradford -
Car Or Truck Fla. 224 N. Woo 8th Ave. FB C-S411 Soil Conservation Districtin Cash Price Of The Shell

We Handle... Safety QljuuFR FR 2-0176 2538 N. I. l&thDr.SPORTING the State Land Judging

f-2351' Gainesville Fla. Ga Contest to be held in' Gaines- ..... ..... .... I. Southern Belle $
$2 19500
1314 S. Main Gainesville!' ville.Complete soil and water L CI. tom Bunt On Your Lot ,

LADIES WEAR GOODS conservation farm plans were

delivered to Ethan Sapp, P., --

AUTO SALES SERVICE Refrigeration TOO Anal Most Complete Line: D. Reddish and Billy Varnes., Available
p I II : 1 Now
I r -I I
Both Ethan and Billy are .e'
Service Co. .t Sporting Goods at
IMPERIAL CHRYSLUi Gainesville's Most FashlonaWa using Pensacola Bahia for
Address For Ladies Jimmie Hughes Inc. their pasture grass. Billy likes : Now Available LONG
DRESSES SUITS -COATS: the grass because it can stand .. _

Authorized SalaaPet Oommerdal '- ACCESSORIES 1113 W. University Ga1De8v1Ut hard use. \ : IAK0IHGFINISHIHd
Sort* Air Cod tI.ning Quail food plants and.seed -d Q .

Frfrfdafa Ice IIabn 105 W. University Gainesville :SHOES are available to Bradford\\1

Hawes-Powers Sold And Serviced ,Anytime I Ir County landowners throughthe i' .I. PRE 4

Gainesville FR 2-8393 Florida Game & Fresh\
Motor ,Co. Heights FR 6-7709 MOVER Bob's Shoe Store Water Fish Commission this t PAYMENTS %

FR S-25S1 Shoes for The Entire Family year. ,

204 N. Main, Gainesville FORTUNE FOR MEN Thumbergil lespedeza i Now you can choose your Jim Walter Home ? 3
CHARM SET FUR WQMEJENDWELL time select the inside finish REDUCEDAS
and at the same
Used Can S1! N. CONCRETE PRODUCTS Gainesville plants cost $5 per thousand; !
FOR CHILDRENBags common lespedeza seed is 581 materials such as wiring, plumbing, bath set,

Fa I-sm MayflowerLOCAL : '<- Millinery- Accessoriea. cents a pound; and partridgepea i i I light fixtures, kitchen cabinets or any other MUCH AS

INSIST THAT ALL YOUR 21 W. University, GainesvilleWELDING seed sells for 75 cents a'': items you may need. Whether Jim Walter installs

CONCRETE: PRODUCTS pound. them or you do. YOU SAVE! It took want choose
LONG I the home ,
AND you
'LINCOLN MERCURY. ABB THB BEST FROM and to find material Now you can own
MOVING Orders for the plants a year of scouring the country and finance the whole
DISTANCE of completion
COMET FIAT METCOR Universal Welding, seed may be placed throughthe I suppliers who could offer traditional Jim the stage finance plan PLUS
And Crating term
Storage the new
Conservation thing on
Authorized Bate Berrlcfr Edwards Building Gainesville FB '-5%%& Company Bradford District. Soil Walter high quality at the lowest possible cost reduce your monthly payments as much as 30
insist must
Parts Supply, Inc. I.Pipe (Columns Steel Fabric*- These seed and plants pro- to you satisfied.. the customer whom we per cent. You can't beat it anywhere!
Truck be
ton Steel Repair -
Trained Meebaakc .... MUSIC SUPPLIESLlllian'l duce quail food and insure a
Main loB Bodies Trailers
726 .. > 2."" Plots
round supply.
Used Cart .Gainesville. Fife I SPECIAL DESIGN year should be planted by late win-
Ornamental Iron Work
Barkley Motors, Music Store 519 S. Main Gainesville ter or early spring. still NO MONEY

615 N. Uaia. OiInesville ELECTRIC MOTORS FB '6-7431 Soil Conservation Service von pay

GainesviH Lea4ler"Sinoe assistance is available to -
1835 YARNSTOYSJack landowners in locating food Ii
Electric MotorRepair
VOLKSWAGEN Co. KJll1[AVER WIN'R&i i plots designating plants or 3281 WEST ; s lire dear deed to e#ynT..... rnM o I
needed and planting pro
: CABLE and Jill Jacksonville Fla. l U *d16 .-n 0hwdaa.
Service Parts
Sales -
OF GAlNESV1LLZ.'INC.Miller.BrownMotori cedure. Phone EV 7-1141 t Sued ....... ...a 1
PIANOS PLANOROANS Open Till I:" On Fridayv Basil Davis used the District N

COMPLETE ELECTRIC CHORD ORGANS --115-f %i A Complete Line Of weed chopper to chop
MOTOR Drums Bnee$ Yarns -NeedtaNdcNeaasa', the com stalks and weeds in A se 1M
Guitars --
Inc. SALES AND SERVICE Music Free Instructions his] cropland. Davis said, "By Jim Watte n / (tf rwd+ roes cHodi dfrodww
.. FB24U2 "Distributor of Budgets T01lGames D.lls chopping now I won't nave
I New Lincoln Moton"FR Hsbbtea trouble cultivating my
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Gainesville .ull 112 S. E. First Gaiomilli 123 W. UJ YW11r.{ aamenma crops."
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I -- __STARKE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY,__JAN._ 18, 1962 __ _

I .'..ny.n..nn..nn..n..n!. .' iAAAAAAAAAAAAftAAt shopping in Jacksonville re- ... .
.yyY and the
Watkins %Wins Council Run-off Melrose brought newsto
KEYSTONE; ; cently. 'I Grandin that the same
GRAND1N i game was to be televised over
KALENDAR met Wednesday afternoon to .
Channel 12, Gainesville.Mr.

i!! By Mary F' K. Schaeffer Crawford Named New Town Clerk By Airs. Alice Rothnammer claus discuss activities. of the pre- By Mrs. Rebecca Brantlej and Mrs. James L. Sapp
T year.Duplicate
.. ................... and family left Saturday for
1, ...A..A.A..A. A A.A..A.A A Thursday. Jan. 18 I II fcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAKothammerRowe Bridge ..
-------------- -- AA.AA .A AA A. month's vacation with relatives -
! Bridge Womalub ,Roy L. Watkins) emerged the I 1 bers, filling the other seats.,/ I(I I Winners of the i a
larch ()f Dimes J Dimes!" ,Duplicate winner Tuesday in a run-off I l i Melrose Mr. and Mrs. W. Tyre in Akron Ohio.
I Ralph C. Crawford ; 1
, : 10 a.- m.Community was apipointed duplicate bridge were: First
nderway This Week Masonic' Lodge Installs ; Mrs. Rhoda Perry of Melrose
election iwith W. :M. Beam for '' Sanford called on Mr.
clerk <
Church Choir II city and treasurer 'place, Mrs. Paley Boyd and
The following! officers" for 1 spent Wednesday in Grandin
i The 1962 Annual March of a place on the Keystone Mrs. E. S. Brantley
to succeed 'C. H. Haber-
practice, 7:30: p. m. :Mrs. John Strawn
89 ; second with Rebecca at the
Melrose Masonic Lodge I Brantley
) will unclerway this Heights town ouncil. The two i! w- afternoon.
imes getr stroh, resigned. Haberstroh -Th
\ meeting 8 m.,
PTA p. place, Mrs. Mary Cook and
t eek in Keystone Heights were: fleeted for 1962.jhjl were cafetorium. mien had tied for; .the place jn i r agreed to remain with Crawford Friends of Mrs. Rosa home of Mr. and Mrs. Weldon

ith p, Coffee Day on Jnuar'a. installed, on December 21 school 19 *>,e regular election last De- : through this month .in ct '4t Miss Iva Hillyer: third place. ley will regret to learn Brantley.
! i D. Friday, I Mrs. W. J. Grolick and Mrs. H. B. Sikes Sr. has returned -
961 WorshipfulMaster ,
\ All coffee-drinkers. atte's .Be ; "CoffeeDay" cember.I' order to acquaint the new clerk 1 she is still a patient in '
;: March of Dimes ) 10.
Warden, W. '- : C. Mason; fourth place, 'I to Grandin after spending
I -
L. '
DrakeSenior Tuesday's balloting, Watkins dale
Iq I Hospital Palatka.
will1 be doing their, good : with office routine. .* 1 I ,
L.. Dwnbey Junior Warden received 162 votes to : Mrs. Helen Phelps and Mrs. I, rereral days inVest Palm
;ed for the daY. as aU coffee ( 10 Bobbie Ridenour, son '
Women Golfers' Assn., Host important item of new ;
Jennlhjs.Murrhje: Treasurer! Beam's 129. Of the Alice Ketchum. I j i Beach.
tQwn'o325 Mrs. Z. W.
oceeds Brantley, has
will go,to the jtbrch Club. \ business 'I -wa .4 :
N..W. Hardenbergb and Sec- a. m., Country Tuesday night was j School News I George Burnes of Jackson-
D neOn ; 12:15 qualified electors, 292. visited tentative ill with flu, but hopes to I|
retary... WiHittj Baker. t Rotary luncheon, the_ polls. One vote was rejected approval of a lease The monthlY meeting'of the turn to school soon. !I i rifle has been spending a few
Saturday, Jan. 2'1. some Hall. 10 of k I
:Masonic on acres Keystone
noon Airport I
: W. C.
.Librarian Toe Ben for irregular marking. I Melrose PTA was held Mondav We have often read of :, jays with his brother
the' girls from KHU Bridge Club, 8 .' I by Florida' I
p. property
,Duplicate Powder Co.
County home in
at his
.Tn ,Clay Librarian| t I nisht. Jan. 8. in the school Winter Burnes
in Wonderland but
'11 crutches on Lawrence'vd. 1 m., Woman's Club. .Meeting an adjourned session Inc., a new concern that proposes _-' r .
>a.inthe Keystone Heights ] auditoriuh. R. H. Grandin.Our
after vptes had been Weghorst Friday we had one right
t !
Men's Bowling to
Woman's Club.Libraryon Ute I .' DuPont manufacture blasting I prp idPnt. presided. at'I pastor, Alton Stephens.
I counted night Grandin. For the first
On Wednesday eve"hirjgjJan. Bowlero, 7 m. Tuesday the newcouncil agents (ammonium in
j teams p. nitrate)
first and third Tuesday of I There .was! a larp crowd on'irn4 in 30 of Palatka. is attending
electpd had rain
Don Pangbornchairman years we followed
the Mothers.will puirch in Sunday January 21 : and casings for, fireworks. The 4 I
conference at the
the evangelistic
every month, an41 on .sec- and proceeded t' to hear Dr. Ralnh R<'raffnrd by a hard freeze
lis area, so kindly leave your Attend your church in the rehash lease.,was, tentatively approved, it
in JacksonvIlle -
>rch lights oh! Every home and, fourth Wednesday, from a.m. old business for several sqbject tp appr.isaIrbY Attorneys J'of'D A fl rAfldiner; gnecali? f frnmUniversttv the clock. I cannot rem First Baptist Church
this week.
.10 a.-m'tUlt4 p. m. hours the of Florida.
orientating I new members itrtAatkt ever seeing a more
ill bs visited.. Choir practice, St. WilUam's. representing the city.Vance Brantleyare
Garden Club To Meet -_now in a majority on the Powell _.-_. _;.... ...__. __ nk on rpadinsr nrnbJprmin ; sight, with ice coating all David and Charles
: Everett Fox'W l be,tie 12 noon. of Melrose, -1"n- Tr of
Mrs .The oard n Club of the, cpuncil-as to the citY's affairs. president t t. in p'rdq; onpthr" trees and shrubbery. listed among the sick
f Dimes'chairman .- First Baptist Church YoungPeople's of the1 new company, week. We
arch > Dan .. this
f Lakes will meet with Mrs. The new, chairman delayed hvp1vpfI1'h i"tp'Y"pctPQC survived and there was I the community
this Her co-chair ; Choir practice, 6:30p. : said it wag, proposed to construct Cal-
tin : that
I year. Pater- on Nelson Point, Jan. are pleased to note
I chl'lwt1
making committee assignmentsuntil ; dic'nccinn harm done.
iwo The marriage of Miss
small Joyce
'an will be' Mrs George :, m magazine I: and David Rye are well
? iat 1:80 pjn. Julian W "f 1'iiTW: lie
the r
next dnrin
t meeting.The }I fliiestIbn"id Mr. and Mrs. John
Herbert Nel- Community Church Young buildings to begin with I othhammer of Tulsa, Okla.
haefter. Airs. King. A reiTel;i ...nurseryman. enough to be out of bed again
'cliairari. People meet 7 Educational council now has only about and VirgIe Rowe of Corona, answer; period that fol'rho have returned home :
,m will be Coffee Day will be the speaker for the p. m. four ,persons. employed I battle with flu.
having a
tWI (\1tI't.1f spending several days in
) holdover members
meeting. 'He will give some -Bldg. in the operation. He predicted, Calif. was solemnized Thurs-
from his extensive Monday January 22 Williams and Jim Hethering-, however,, that, the number of day, Dec. 28th, at 7 p. m. in 1'fpnl1nt. was won City where Mr. Grout -
Mrs. Alex Brokas will.be 75lonsible gardening tips
for putting out ad- experience, and'will be Catechism, St. William's, tori-with Pangborn, Watkins, employees would be increased the Red Fork Church of God hv,, 14'r.ronchllw'c: firtMr irradp ed to business. INSUliANCEAuto.FireCaviialtY
and Al Watson : -' ; stephenson's eleven- Miss Katherine Gornto
box- 3Sp.: mChildren's.. new mem- within a few years. in Tulsa. Rev. L. N. DeShayes, i I
rtising materials, coin happy to answer any questions "
cards for school chil- thatmay arise. Art Class, DoNewman's. pastor performed the cere- th erode.AT returned from Miami !I Rnnria! and Allied Lined
and thp ron/'nieinn nf thc'TwIm.m ------ -- ------ -- -
en. Mrs. Dawson Tp Speak 3:30 p. m. bers present. Last Friday evening .-rather mony. she was presented in a Insurance
Mei'sClub Mr. and Mrs. Grant Roth- thp hftcn'tolifv mmnittpp Reynolds
Miss Mary Ann Schaeffer Mrs. W. B. Dawson, a much- Community Church The meeting was conducted late-te siren blew, and it cal recital at a

,11 be in charge of Crutch[ travelled Keystoner, will .be Supper?! 6:30: p. m., Educational by President Everett Fox.Fire iris Mr. Pinon's home on hammer of Melrose] are par- ?tha pl'lfptpria.Qrt.d refreshments .in music convention. Agency
Building. Chief ents of the bride. The groom W. L. ReynoldsPh.
Tommy Millican Smith
guest speaker at the. regular Lake- that the trucks .
Teen Agers Instruction reported the is the son of Frank Rowe of Two "W"" hllc1pthQl1 I'Rmp David Rye and ;
ay.Mrs. monthly program meeting of following December headed for. He said that within 2442 2701
Mary K. Schaeffer will the Keystone Heights Worn- Class St. William's, 7 p. m. fires: December 5, woodpile 20 minutes from the time Waggoner, Okla. and the late nrp !RphMnlpd fnr this; wpptr- Varnes attended a Keystone Heights, Fla.

in charge of publicity.' tan's, Club on .Tuesday, Jan. CAP Cadets, 7:30 p. m., at fire at Putnam Hall, he put In :the: .:call the first Mrs. Rowe. nd. Fridav nic'ht'<;!:: !camp will game last Friday night

Mrs. Fox jill) ogaz2ize.the 22"Mrs.( pawson and'1er husband SJi jteL ., .. owner O'Neal, damage $500.A truck arrived;:The,firemen Nuptial music was providedby hp niflvwj at White Snrins.snd .

.dies to mjrch in town on ; Europe again last Keystone Hejghts Lions kitchen fire on Dec. 5 at were able to most of the Mrs. Rt>ber >ftls.
toured ; ; save
Pii iicersF
(others' March, l\igj. JUrs.William 'summer, and she will shareher Club business meeting, in Den, Morgantown cos owner Bran- house with the'exception of The bride, given in marriageby : Saturday n !rht. thp Mns-' I Attention Livestock !

Kinp will bp chairaan experiences with the Club ?;30 p. m. uen $300 damages. On Dec. the roof, hich-was a total her brother-in-law, Don- tans will play at Fort White.

of the, Lake Brooklyn Adult Class for Jnauirers 13, a kitchen fire in town cost ald Beach wore a three-piece I
members, using a slide projector -
and will organize the loss.However METHODIST CHURCH If you have hogs or _., ,
sea St. Williams 8 p. m. owner Paxter $500 dam svhite wool suit, and carried a \ ,'.
to show the pictures ,, the men, on the in "
.others living around the Adult Art Dot New- bouquet of white carnations. MELROSE cattle to sell now or "
.Class December
she took on the tour. ,Mrs. ages a brush second truck had a little con.'r :
tke.Mrs. Dawson was especially interested man's, 8 p. m. fire on Sylvan Way, in Keystone harder time ha .finding the Bridesmaid for the bride n v. Kenneth W. Griffith the future please "

Raymond Mann will be in Italy because of the Deadline for news for this no damage. December: place. They have ,asked us to was Miss Cora Patton, who pastor. tact one of the buyers '

airman of Lake Geneva I wonderful art treasures and column! ., any time tonight. 29, brush fire near Carnes mention in this column that chose a light-blue silken cotton Sunday School 9:45: a. m. at Copeland Sausage -' !: .
cRae. and Hillcrest. Her :Tuesday,. January 23 residence Lake dress.: She wore a of and give them y
the glamorous cities such as Brooklyn no if anyone living out of town corsage Worship 11 a. m. Company _
jmmittee members will be: Rome and Venice. Mass'at St. William's, 7:45: damage. Dec. 30, pine trees on a lake, or any outoftheway : ,- white carnations.Lee MYF and MCF 7 p. m. an opportunity to buy 'c' ..

:rs. C. GUsson for McRae; The ni eting'wUl 'begin a.m.. ?, .. near Parks! residence, Santa, place, puts in a. call for J. Lumpkin served his Evening Worship 8 p. In. your livestock.

irs. Fred ElliS. Lake Geneva; with a, cavefed=-dis4 ,luncheon, Woman's Club' covered' dish Fe Lake, no property damage.The i help. would! they ,please post orother-in-law as best man. Payer Meeting [Wed.] 7:30:

(rs. olive Stevei.5, south side at one o'clock. The program luncheon a.nd"program meeting secretary was instructed -1 someone on the main road 'to A reception was held in the 1). In. :**lfl$! COPELAND OFFERS YOU

r Lake Geneva; and Mrs. will follow. 1 p. m to secure membership for direct them to the fire while church annex. Assisting hostesses i .
lann will handle. Hlllcrest. PTA Tonight Melrose Masonic Lodge Fire.JChief in' the International there is still time to help? It were Mrs. Lyle Mifli- TRINITY EPISCOPAL BIG ADVANTAGES! f

Remember, t'Please say meeting, 8. p. In. Fire Chiefs' Association.Ed gan. Mrs. Don Beach Mrs. CHURCH MELROSE .
The regular meeting of the : is amazing how lost you can maLet' .
'('es' to the 1902 March of PTA will be held at 8 p. m. tonight Boy Scout Troop meets 7:30p. M. Conneen filed 'a let- get on some of these roads a- Norman Blevins and'Mrs. Dale Sundays -10. a. In. Church 1. Cash! \1 every fcjajr.

[Thursday] at the m. .. Community? ; Church ter of resignation due to round these lakes-and especially -: Price, all sisters of the bride. School. l"l:43 a. m. Moraine 2. No commission, ,

I School: Cafetorium. Come out Educational Bldg. transfer to Tennessee, On motion at night. And a fire After a short wedding trip, Prayer and Sermon First

iES1DfiY 'and support your organization. Wednesday, January 24 !' of N. W. Hardenbergh, truck is hard to turn aroundin : Mr. Rowe returned to Corona, Sunday f ,Holy..Communion], I 3. Special consideration given to meat

,Clay County Librarian at seconded by Sam Gardner, the some of. these outoftheway ; Calif. His bride will join him p. m. Episcopal Young Church- type hogs i

School HolidayThe Woman's Club Library 10 a. resignation was accepted with places! shortly. men.

boys and girls at Keystone m.till 4 p. in.Community regret. Community Church Notes i Mrs. Wilbur Sapp spent the Holy Days IB a. ra., Holy 4. Can furnish hauling for sufficient

IhIlMf School will have a day Church Family On motion of Dick Sunder- The Men's Club regular: week visiting her parents, Mr. Communion. quantities.

: off on Thursday Jan. 25, following Night Dinner, 6:30: in Educational and, the application for Supper Meeting will be held and Mrs. Seth Miller, of Haw- The Rev. Millard H. Brey-

wa semester on i Bldg.McKay's membership filed by Jos. O. Monday thorne. fogle, Vicar.
PE exams : night, Jan. 22, at 6:30p. : CALL COLLECT HOward 2-3011
Real Estate Bowlers Wildt was acted favor- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller
TIlE Janu. 22, 23, and 24. Second upon m. in the educational

semester! ; will begin Friday. and Lake Geneva Bowlersin ably by the membership. ouilding The speaker will be and children visited Mr. andMrs. FIRST.. .METHODIST*, CLAUDE' PHILLIPS, PRESTON POLK, I.I.FOR

Jan,. 26. Night Owl League' at Bawl- Another .motion made by L. B.: Clark, &.new'resident of Sonny Cuave of Mulberry CHURCH, MELRSSi NORMAN VEECH

: HendersonWUhelm<< no in Gainesville_., Y p. m- Dick Sunderland, and secynded Keystone }Heights who is a retired -* recently.Mr. .

-.'.::4T. and Mrs. James Din- Cottage Prayer Meeting. by Herb Nelson. admitted commercial attache in and Mrs. Carl HagglundJr. Sunday 9:45 a. m.. Church

i kins Henderson, announce, the: 7:30 P. .m., Community State Highway Patrolman the U. S. :Foreign Service. Circle .. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Tison School for all ages 11 a. m.1 i

for the sake ef year taa !'-!engagement-! of their daughter Church parsonage.St. ., Dan L_M_ Mahon to. ex-officio 3, under'the leadership of and Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Yar- Morning Worship. 6:30: p. m., CopelandSAUSAGE

.._ u_______.___ u ,_ h Anne'( :t", Junior-, Choir :n mt? rS1i1p.. and the secre- Mrs. F. E. Stitchberry will bqugh were among the guestsat \ I Youth Fellowship. '

practice-. 7:30: p. m. tary was ,instructed to notify put on the dinner.The a lovely party recently Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.. BIble -

SHOP .ANYWHERE I St.. Ajme's Senior Choir Mr. McMahon.: accordingly.The Family Night dinner, given by Mrs. Tony Baker att1eir Study and Prayer Meeting COMPANY S ALACHUA FLORIDA I

i: practice. P. m"'L, secretary admitted he orginally| scheduled fpr Wednesday iome in Keystone -Rev. Ted Springer pastor. .-
FOR NEW OR USED 25 had 'g6 f d" in to .
I. Thursday .January- neglecting night of this week, has Heights. -
Duplicate Bridge Club secur cards for mailing in Mrs. Amanda Hillyer is receIving
I been
postponed one week. It i
Then Come SeeUil meets 10 a. m7: 'Woman's time for the meeting and consequently will be held on Wednesday, treatment in Alachua KEYSTONE HEIG HIS .. MELROSE

Club, .resorted Ja_ telephone : Jan. 24, at 6:30: p -m. General Hospital after a fall
Club of the Lakes calls to the homes of
'YE'LLlATCH!\ ANY DEAL The newly elected officersof at her home on Wednesday.Mr. .
meets with Mrs. Dan' Pater members The resulting turn- the Sunday School are as and Mrs. J. S. LaCoste

I Nelson's Point 1:30 p.:.in. out was/gratifying. .follows: Adult Division: .Superintendent spent a few days last week BUSINESS DIRECTORY

UNIVERSITY CHEVROLETYour I Melrose Hnmft Demonration Ed C nn"een'.s"gesture in W. M. Beam; visiting in Sarasota.
2 di.: providing refreshments following -
Club ?
I p. -
Sec.-Treasurer, E. T. Martin; ;Bill Prestop returned home r .
Authorized Dealer i Community Church Choir : the meeting was much
I Children's Division: SuperinSecretary Wednesday after a brief stay JnEAL
215; S. E. FIRST GAINESVILLEEFFECTIVE I c practice, 1:30 p. at. I appreciated, as .,was Sanderlind's -- td.tnt, Yt\. B'U1'3 W' 1\ VA A&tfvW C4 WKt \ pSpVi& ,APPLEAJVCE SERVICE ;GAS-BOTTLED i) ESTATE
instructive motion 'pictures. J.
I-- -ri--- --- i, Margaret Mujr.At Treasurer. Miss; Lave}) McGee' was treated InAlachua Wheeler Service CO.OK .} Keystone Gas Co. s. E. McKay, RealtorLake l

Carolyn, to Charles Claiborne Card: Party AnnouncementThe General Hospital 24 HOUR 8EEV1CS I Lots tt,2T5 Up

JANUARY 1 Wilhelm son of Dr. and Mjs. Keystone Heights r the Church Service on after an auto accident Thurs- 5-2401 PHONE 4351 EASY TERMS
28 Dr Holt
January will holdan
John Arthur Wilhelm flf Keystone Woman's Club, will hold apessert day.Mrs. between Keystone and Melrose Franchised Distributor of BusLnew Property Home

!!lights, formerly ofJacksonville. Card Party on Wednesday installation} service for all Bess Lynn is recover,. servicing both area* SAT-GAS Acreage

KEYSTONE STATE RANK I .. ,I The wedding will Jan. 3J, at 1 p. m the the,Churph.newly-elected} officers of ing at her home' after a brief S WASHERSTELEVlS191 Beautiful Lakeside Homes

; 'take place at 2 p. m.: Saturday Mrs. Leo LeBlanc is chairman. St.: William's Church' News illness. LUMBER REASONABLY PRICED

Increased Savings Interest I Feb. 3, in St. Anne's Episcopal Donations will be $1 per per- f St. William's Altar Society Mr. and. Mrs. Jack Miller S San Lebrydo Keystone Heights, Ph. 3021

!Church. son. _-- attended the funeral C. P. f ANYTHING ELECT&IO
in Hall
met the Recreation on
Women Golfers Local Artist Wins Kinchen in "Jacksonville.! Lumber Co I Winifred H.CRAWFORD.
I :Monday night, Jan. 15, with all work guaranteed aervic
Playing TournamentThe More RecognitionMany Mrs. 'Lena' mens&pr slding. Mrs. Art Godley and Mrs. ing satisfied customers We Specialize' Costea .

Keystone }Heighs times' as we have satin At the close of the business, a Dock Tison spent the day since 47 Cut Extra'.Lengtba Rej. Real Esttte Broker
9 Women's Golf] Association mete Dr.. Don Christoff office .
ON REGULAR drawing for the floating prize IWedab
I Lake Properties Acreage -
'I ll- last Fricay. Due to ice on the 'waiting room, we, have heard was' held,- and Mrs. Everett Cement ._ Mortal iiixBheet Ranches ,Business City

% SAVINGS ,i trees, they decided to play admiring remarks concerninga Fox 'was the winner. -. BOATS Bock Homes Rental

I'2 ; bridge, but were soon out on water-color painting en- Father Daugherty is holdingan Hoiy Days -7:30: a. m. Holy. I, Mill on Hyv 21 at Hlddleborr, "We Take A Personal InterestIn

Ihe course, looking like'a titled "Florida" that Adorned O>mmuniOn.-. Phone BU 2-5272 I
Inquirers' II Your
'I Class for all RequIrementA"ilidway
ACCOUNT' snow-skiing crowd. une wall. This picture was the Third. Wedn D.- Parish) The BOAT Barn I
those who ,are interested in : ; Keystone Hei iU fUelroee
t The Putters are 'leading in product' of the Doctor's sister; learning 'about the religion. ,Covered Dish Supper, 8 or 6:30: j MILLWPRK
Mrs. MELROSE GB 5-2701
I tournare t'play .with total Cb ck Dot] Newman p. m. i
also be refresher .
This 21
may a Keystone Hiway -Open Suadaj
an artist of no small repute.Recenuj 1
of 6. Last weeks results"are
AND for those already in
'I course i GR 6911IRESTAURAN'
Dot sent the above-
I as follows: mentioned the church., Class will be held ifIRST BAPTIST 'CHUBCB NRUDE Mi wprk'SIJop
water-color to the t
I Drivers: Gena Christoff KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AlES 4SERVICE ,
ers. tath.Mondqit: 8 p. m. CABINETS DOOES c I
monthly show of the St. AuguStine '
10: May Henderson 2; Mary 1 Choir Practice will be held WINDOW FRAMES
Art AssOciationa I
A ON"1 YEAR I Brew '2; Lois Walker 0; jig d show, held at the ArtGallcry'there I Sunday Jan. 21, at noon. All Copeland.J. R. Smith Minister; pastor ol, Music:..Jph 1 SCREENS I ITrim'Materials I Meet! Your Frle d

Kathy Redfeam 0. Total 4.: members are urged to attend. ..' I atLawrence's
and won top a-
I and church organist.
% T1MELT !I Chippers: Freida Wyman 2; ward. It was also sold"for a. Altar boys for Jan. 21. will Services!Sunday School- 9:45" Sash Mad To Ordar I, Dinette
: Zee Topes 0; Lucile, Davis 0:
; ; uice.figure.. Jimmy Pox and John Allen. ,* m. M.ornInzWorhIp. J0:50: | Keystone, Heights COLD DEER GOOD FOOD
Watson 2 Hazel
Aggie ; McKay I I
CERTIFICATES I 0. Total 4. Dot also won top award for I George Allen will serve Mass A. m. Training pnion,.TM: 1'0'I Edna WilliamsFL0LSTNURsERy PACKAGE STORE I Open 11 a, BJ. ip 't p. m.

L her '"Gull Fantasy" done inaseth -Tuesday morning. Jan. 23. m. Evening terrices 1:00. p. I Mon. thru Saturday

OF DEPOSITTHEKEYSTONET Putters: Pansy awes. 0; anofoil technique in'; David Schaeffer and Herb m. You are invited ,to _sharf Shaughnessy'sPACKAGE Cktaed Sunday
l Sue Qywer 9; Vesta Aiken 2; FLOWERS
the yearly show of the Gainesville j Nelson, ,will,serve Mass on
family Prayer time Rita ua. Hiway Keystone, ijel1\
!::va Stedman 2; Erma Rush- Art Association at the Sunday Jan. 28. and Lee Button Occasion
ton.2.Totafl. Melrose Phone: GR 5-2331 OPEN 8A.M.-12P.M.DAflX
,will serve Tuesday morn
Sandblasters. : Eta Hall 0; University of Florida. I Jan.30.' COMMUNITY (CHURCHKEYSTONE I CLOSED SUNDAYS WELL DRILLINGi
STATE Sulria O'Connor 0; Lil Lee 0; Sh._.p1&ns, to paint a mural HEIGHTSDr. Keystone Melrose H1gbwa.7SEAL I .

BINK Louise Kelson, 0; Kitty Martin in the waiting room of Dr. I I S WELL, DRIllINGS
2. Total 2. Christoff new office. ST. ANNE'S? EPISCOPAL A. C. Holt, Minister, An Insurance'Savings. Plan ESTATEC. i :PUSIPSSERVUCE

:Fire ipaitmtifNo\: Firemen Quick On The, Draw .CHURCH. KEYSTONE MrL James L. Htthfringion, If You Live It's a SavingIf S
MEMBER F.DJ.C. Organist and-Director.. You Die Its! Insurance 1 J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR
The regular monthly business We were talking. with Wil- Sundays-0:30 ;.. m. Church MATHEWS
Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community Richard CusSanan, Yoath Dir. ASK YOUR .GULF. MAN
meeting of the Keystone Jim J. Pinon this Week. and School. 9:30: a. T", Moraines %
Sunday .Sch oI. 9:45: in.Me4n.ing SEAL ESTATE 9JIJ1J ling
Keystone. Heiglits, Fla. lelghts Volunteer' Jlf. ? Department -'' he had- nothing but high' &ttd MnmrIM'6nJ1 Worship...11 ..... .. L. R. Brault MORTGAGES APPRAISALS I (
was held Tuesday praise for: the Keystone s day. Holy Cooununion C p.
Young-People. .. Keystone Hgbts. Tel 58-1151j Keystone Heights. P&0&8-I297. MELROSE GR 55101I
--I---- S.- night Jan. 2, with 26 Heights Volunteer Firemen. m. :Episcopal Young Chnrdi-

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RecreationThe -- The Lord loveth-- --a--cheerful----- .' - FILL < ill

recreation committee is giver!:. ,:- Mr S. C. Price i t RATH! .BONELESS SMOKED .
Asking the cooperation of all teacher BUTTS\
teenagers in purchasing memberShip Band Parents Banquet 0 1 r I I 1
'cards for 'the benefit 'The banauet of RJE Band ptIAKTITY 5 Q .F, DAINTIES. 69c
$f purchasing records: vgrl. Parents will fee held Satur-I RIGHTS s' .,
qne* 1 iq Jntfr ted 'lr\\ hstenttlg day. Due to bad weather conditions RESERVED

to th latent hD;._Thi= is'a fond it was postponed until II PORK, PUT
i-a{ Jo help Mr.: Williams the this date. Please plan to :.
Entertainer. provide better attend and experience a grand PRICES GOOD NICK -
music. for your listening plea- affair. THRU JAN. 2Uth> .
'- 0'
sure.j Remember the 8th Orade.' Church NewsJehovah's Witnesses. #i. L. S' ETZERS' HOG MAW
: i rr r'
r / s r r
Brissett district
Faction Bis, /snonsorins 'a ; supervisorfor .
Pretty Panty/ Paiv" with the Watchtower Society 1 I l l
-nrprkv 'Rpp on .Tim.' 19 at R.TE in 9 southern states spoke at I 25c
2 r rr r r tt r 1
lJisrh School. Tickets can be the climax of a three day r LBS : 'r:. : :
turchaspd from any member training program held in .. ; ;

if the class. Jacksonville Jan. 12-14'W. E. .. .
News I, McCollum -presiding minister

flub Busv Bee Club of Allen I of the Starke congregation n : TIME At For Your;' Cool .W a f! hr! Enjoyment ,; *Frt Tender
Chapel Junior Church will was one of the featured .
J postpone the entertainment I speakers.. '. w t J ,
if Johnny haw from Jan.. The New Eastport Baptist
50, FREE ;
'$6 until Feb. 2. Groundhog I Church pastor and membersare
Day, at the Rno Theatre. : grateful to all, friends STAMPS I IY II i
Tickets can be purchased from! and associates for the help ,,,fL1/N.r1. J b H I I
Any member of the club. j given iri making the dedicatory THIS, .. .. i
Everyone is ,invited to attend :, service a "success last I T'I
and enioy an evening of fun. | Sunday. :Total amount raised WEEK MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS i I
f \ The Fiesta Social and Saving in''1. the two services was Limit 1 Per Family t 'V
Club will meet Saturdaynight. $4p0.26. Pastor Rev. Alphonso j '
Jan. 27. at the Water Jenkins Rr.Bethlehem. With$5.00 Food Order i ,
Oak Club House. All members Free Will Bap _
(} EXPIRES 12062CODC !
are asked to be present at 7:30 1 tist. Sunday afternoon at 3 ..tt LC I

.since' there is a lot of business .I o'clock we were blessed with ki.. r A i"c ..cr II
to consider. All new members Mother Willie Mae Powell,
planning to Join may do so by 1 I who gave us an inspiring I
the last meeting in February. message on obedience. Duringthe
Hosts for the meeting are Mr. Junior Mission Hour the
and, 'Mrs. Leroy Long, Clarence 400 Social & Saving Club was RED s, tiJ
DeS e, president; Mrs. RuthE. present to help the mission _

*Holand} secretary.The workers. Monday 7 p. m. NEW, ENCLA.t'iD'' UTILE NECN I .': w k '. ':. .
400 Social & Saving the Faithful Few Club will :
Club met at the home of Mrs. meet, and all other weekly CLAMS II DOl 1.00FlORIDA
Audrey Mae Gibson., with all activities will start at 7 p. m.
members 'present for the first Tuesday, Senior Choir prac tOo'KED

meeting meeting will of the"be year.at the The home next ing.tice.Thursday Wednesday, Woman's Prayer Meet-Ho me: LOBSTER LB 59c t Elus Ribbon Western Grain Fed, Tip-Top Quality 0

Of Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Mission and Junior Choir
Green, 943 North Street. All practice. Friday; Prayer Band -
members asked to attend. meeting. Saturday, I Can Club. I
Mrs. Rebecca Allen, vice pres i- Sunday School 9:45: a. m. :: &QUi
dent; Deacon Janjes Carlwell. Morning Worship 11 a. m.
reporter.I Young People's Christian .
I The Carnation Social & League 5 p. m. Evening Ser- i

Saving Club will meet at 8 p. vice, 6:45: p. m. Monday night .. ,
iJSffV i Ai2 -%*si t Ki
m. Monday night, Jan. 22, i in after the third Sunday Will BRiASTS __
the Reno Theatre for business begin our pastor's anniversary. tlGS ort
of Vital importance.. Monday night, Jan. 22, Rev.
Yours for Better" PTA Levy Lennon pastor at Mac-
The annual district PTA clenny, will open our anniver- C
meeting will be held at Fes sary. Tuesday night Rev. '
{ senden High School, Ocala, White and his congregationfrom FLORIDA OR 1M Kv&5jai-ni I 'i WlSRisTil
fiom 9 a. m. to'2:30: p. m. on Free Canaan Holiness GEORGIA
Jan. 21 Delegates from RJE Church will appear with us. GRADE
are Rev. Levy Lennon, Willie Wednesday, the usual prayer SH "A"b\ }
4 Brown, Mrs. I. C. Jelson, and I meeting. Thursday, the FreeWill
Clarence DeSue. All schools Baptist Church from
we asked to send delegates.. Lawtey, Rev. Pitts paster, will iT>*%*?*>*jri .*2'-jp v*

pro Gilbert Porter will be be with us. Friday, Newberry i
guest speaker. Baptist Church,Rev.McArther
BasketballThe pastor, will be with us. Sun- _
Bradford Hawks semi- day School 9:45: a. m. Youth FARIeI It: CRAY COUNTRY STYLE 5 lllPf;

pro basketball team clashed Hour, 11 a. m., with Mack Lee e
viith the Gilbert Dukes recent- and Solomon in charge of de- SAU LB Fre&ar Rich Creamy 100% Pure
ty in the RJE gym. The Hawks votional. Bishop Johnson'from L xt 'ii r- i
edged the Dukes 9086. The Green Cove Springs will de. F ilw
Dukes is the only team that liver the message. At 3 p. m.: FARMER GRAY ALL MEAT ;,, ,
has defeated the Hawks. Macedonia Free Will Baptist : t f a't L QUART
Julls Chandler led the Church from :Hampton will LB ffi t JAR
Hawks in scoring with 26 appear with us. At 6:45: p. m. WEST
points. Chester Drum scored Allen Chapel, Rev. L. A. LIMITlWITH 1
22, Johnny Jackson 21,.Johnny Sampson, 'will close the anni L A .' MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS ,.. -
Brown 14, and Theodore versary. The pastor aid hem i Limit-1 Per Fsm'fy w I
Gions 8. bers are extending to you a FOOD
Braunweger LB J With S5.CO Food Crier
The Hawks defeated D andJ cordial welcome attend the $ >K i : ORDER. x
Warriors last Saturday nightin services. Rev: Louie McKay, EXPIRES 1-27-62 .

St. Augustine,Murray, High pastor; Mary McBride, reporter. MAYFAIR NATURAL SLCED[ CODE LC ttosls C
School gym, 62-60. .
The Hawks are former play : Allen Chapel AME Church
ers and graduates of RJE, and Rev, li; E..Sampson pastor; Swiss' Cheese soz 29: Maxwell t House or Food Fair
are under the management of will obSert regular pastoral 1 PKC Pictsiveet Frozen
Charles Jackson. They have a day Sunday' 'starting' with FE 1i.;I. FkpRlDApGRADE! r "A" r LIMIT-1 COFFEE -
season record of 11 wins and Sunday School at9:45WithFannie : ; ,. C
one loss. J. Chandler was elec -Bell Frazier in charge.. ,..: OF YOUR CHOICEr
ted captain for the season. Deaths LARGE EGGS 4.9'VegetaM4 WITH $250 OR

Hawks schedule for the The funeral of the late Ed N MORE FOOD ORDER
die Williams will be held at _
: Friday night they playD -
& J Warriors of St. Augustine Allen Chapel Church at U i'.
; Saturday night the Val- m. Sunday' with Rev. L. A. : GREEN EAS.. .
dosta Falcons of Valdosta. Sampson officiating. New Washday i Miracle
Both games will be played i in Mr. Williams, a longtimeresident '
the RJE gym at 8 p. m. Come of Starke and Brad LADY FAIR FRESH BAKED t Mixada $: tre : _. \
out and support your local I ford County, died Saturday C
team. night at his home in Pleasant ANGEL CAKE 1 .x GIANT _
Thurston In The News City, or "on I,the hill" to some FOOD 1 1 < BABYUMAS, PKG
The pupils teacher
ap4 to- "
cejtly) delivered i boxes of gro Mrs. Elizabeth DeSue, I LADY FAIR BROWN SERVE SEEDED LIMTt1WITH J \.,
ceries to'three patrons in Lincoln known to some as Mother De-: CUT CORN ., $250
Sue, a mid-wife; who lived in k .
a box City.of groceries Mrs Rutty to help Sanders hex, Pleasant Grove settlement, Hard Rolls p DOl 29 FOOD ORDER
died 'Tuesday in Bradford '
auk brother. To" Mrs. Eula .
Mae Robinson a box of groceries County 'Ho$pita1. Funeral arrangements LApY FAIR THIN! < SLICED 2 U C : WE TEX WHITE OR BLUE

to help her and herchildren. will be announced_ ; PKCS Giant 49t

Her son ''James, is later. Cin ainonLofEA35ce < (:DETERGENT I
improving. Mrs. Hattie 'Pete: The Choir Union will' meetat u t: }M ., r
box 3 p. m Sunday at Mt. Zion -
av groceries, a spread,
AME Church, L wter. All .
and'$5'S. Mrs.
Pete'a house
choir members are asked to be 7
and possessions were lost in a .
present and on time. : ALL IY [
lire late in December. VEGETABLE SHORTEN ING
Services will be held at 6 p. \ .
r -- -_ m.(Sunday with Rev;L. A.
Sampson in charge All mem- 16 _
berg are asked to please\ pay AN
? :your class leaders for the LARGE 5 TK
t benefit of the stewards. C C'O., ,1& I : ; I. FRESH CRISP PASCAL. .
The Pulpit Aid Board of jp L IM T- WITH : _--I :" ...r) -

Allen the home Chapel of Mrs.Church Flossie met Lee. in $':,SD FOOD ORDER f_. p ', J.t .

Mitchell for the first meetingof : EKES

,,- -, the served:year.after Refreshmentswere the meeting.-; BAl\ARb'\ $ Plalii or Self-Rising, .. .t MA'O 5 ctK 19c

GLASS That1*,Our' esl'I I 5 LB ft
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AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT VYYYYYYYYTYYYYTYYTVTTV Starling, in Gainesville last TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT of manholes; construction of plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney once each week for four conse-
ery.Mrs.. weekend. I an interim lift station, and all T. Frank Lanfj-um P. O. cutUe weeks in the Bradford
Dorothy Waters is now I incidental construction. Also the Box 546. t takke Florida and County Telegraph.
MAXVILLE at home after undergoing LAWTEY CLAY HILL Robert Broughton was visit- PINE LEVEL construction of pressure pipe, file the original in the office of t/atfri t'ais 8 day of J:..sary,
surgery last week in the Duval ing his folks Mr. and Mrs. size 6-inch; fire hydrants! ; installation -I the Circuit Court on or before 1962.
of service lateral*:, and the 12 day of February, 1962; (SEAL)
By,Sirs. C. B. Nolan Medical Center. By Airs. J. L. StricklandiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Carl Broughton, last Sunday all incidental construction. otherwise the allegations of
By Enza BlanchardVTYTYYYTWTTYYTTYTTTT afternoon. Plans and specifications will said Complaint will be taken as
Mrs Doss Higginbotham be open to public inspecion at confessed b"ou.: Clerk of the Circuit Court
The Sunday guest of Mr. the office of the By Marian L. Crosby D. C.
has returned home from a delightful -i Clerk This noti" shall be published 1-tl 4t -lTAX
? Starke,
Thomas has returnedto vacation with her, We failed with our news and Mrs. Thomas Lefeverswas Rev. Lonnie King, mission tained from Florida.the and engineers may be ob-I ,

duty :with the Navy in son-in-law and. daughter, Mr. PTA MeetingA last week. Had to go to Starke John Lefevers of Jack- ary to Spain was guest speaker ner Inc.,, Thomson.4965 Xew D'Alli Haven& Avenue Hearts !:

Africa after bringing Mrs. and Mrs. Bob Robinson in Civil Defense program on the day we write our items sonville. last Sunday night at Pine P. O. Box 925, Melbourne, Flori- ,

Thomas and the baby home Baltimore, Md. safe drinking water in emergency [Monday] and when we got Mr. and Mrs. Gus Wynn Level Baptist Church. da. Requests for plans must be
Tor the holidays. Mrs. Thomas was presented by Jack were visiting his daughterand accompanied by check payableto ,
Lack the mail had already -
The Maxville FHA girls are ; man Everyone present enjoyedthe the engineers in the amountof
3& staying with her Trawick at the Lawtey PTA her family Mr. and Mrs. $10.00 which
parents, it covers cost
now taking orders for cakes passed us by so was Heart of Florida's Youth I '
'Mr. and Mrs. Dick meeting Tuesday night, Jan. 9. Carl Broughton last weekend.Mrs. of reproduction and handling'and
Harris until TIME
ivies brownies and other too late to get our column off. j Fellowship meeting held Jan. is not returnable.
her husband He showed a film portrayingsome Hattie A. Lefevers was
returns home Bids be
Seems that this must accompanied b\
,homemade goodies. Leave your, 5 at the Bible Baptist Tabernacle -:
in six months of the havoc caused by I visiting her son and his family I a certified check or cashier'scheck
weather ice and all that
order at Griffis Bros., store. we I in ;Gainesville. Pine; in an amount not less
f.Mrs. Bill Robertson and Hurricane Donna, as a demonstration had last week has caused Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Le- i than five percent (5) per cent
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters Level Church won the attend- On New And Used
of the amount of the bid.
daughter.. Marsha, of Madison and gave fevers, Monday.
quite bit of colds, flu, coughs,
ance banner. The next meet- Xo bid may be withdrawn fora
,spent the weekend here with and family; of Jacksonville thorough instructions and information and other ailments. Last week Carlton Davis, son of Mrs. ing will be held Feb. 2 at period of thirty ((30) days
.Mrs. Dorothy Waters and spent last Sunday here with on what to do if a i after the scheduled date and
leminded us of the weather N. J. Davis, is in the Bradford Pine Machines
Level at
starting 8 p. m. time for the receipt of bids. Adding
family. Mrs. Dorothy Waters and water emengency should oc- m Kentucky and Virginia except County Hospital at time of : Refreshments will be served The owner reserves the rightto
**Mrs. George Brown is now I cur.. Rev. L. T. Howe offered didn't have : this writing. reject any or all bids and to
family. we any snow. after the meeting. This is nota waive informalties.City .
at home after been prayer, and Mrs. Fox sang a
having a
But we had plenty of ice and closed
,We are sorry that Richard organization "for of Svarke. Florida '
patient in St. Vincent's Hos- number. The room count was heavy frosts. [YVYYVYVVYYYYYYYYYYYYYY : Merrill Edwards, City Clerk

.pital for several days. Norman cut his finger real won by the 8th grade. Refreshments Sorry to learn that Lon Pres- cordially members invited.only. Everyone Hope to see is 1-11 3t 1-25 i (::1 Remington ?

We are sorry that Miss bad and fractured the bone were served by cott of Highland is in Riverside NEW RIVERBy you there. '

Karen Griffis was injured inefall while at work last week. Hopeit the room mothers, Hospital in Jacksonville.Susie We are happy to see Sue 10 Key '
Girl News
from her horse last week
will be well soon. Padgett of Clay Hill Roy Turner1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Jackson and Dr. W. E. Hall la Circuit Court Bradford
ihd wish her a speedy recov-, The Girl Scout Candlelight had some teeth extracted last I out of the hospital and get- County, Florida IB Cbaccrry .,
I Investiture service will be held Case >.. 13-000 7-List 7-Total
week and she kept I
seems ting along fine. Bud James D'Ambrosia plaintiff

t: AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE I in 7:30 Grace Methodist Friday, Jan.Church 19. Allparents at bleeding until she had to be Mrs. J. T. Parrish and family Sorry to hear that Mrs. fendant.%s. Amelia D'Ambrosio, De- .. :. Good Condition /
: p. m.
964.2600DeWitt and friends of the taken to St. Vincent's Hospital : had her parents, Mr. and Harry Lewis and Leon Connerare NOTICE TO APPEAR ._ ,... B ONLY f
il in Jacksonville. They I still sick. To: Amelia D'Ambrosio, whose ,
Scouts l\Irs. Joe Green of Palatka, residence and address is: Rich- '' S
girls, who will become !
C. Jones Funeral Home finally got the blood stopped j
visiting them last weekend. Guy Hall of Cocoa has returned wood West Virginia
I at the ceremony, are invited and she returned home the home after You are hereby notifed that
DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director Chester Moody and family spendingten
to attend. Marguerite Wain- '
a suit for divorce has been filed
Starke, Fla. wright Basssell is Girl Scout same night. of Keystone visited relatives days with his father, Dr. cgainst you in the above named 1125
Bill Pendanris home
i came here Sunday. W. E. Hall. Court and cause and you ar .
RENTAL SERVICES Leader. from the hospital Sunday expecting Mrs. Alma required to serve a copy of jjyii
Starling and
start Mrs. Albert Moody has been answer or pleading to the cornQuiz ,
Scouts will
The Girl
Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs Crutches to attend church but Tax Included
old real sick with cold or flu but daughter, Joan were in Baker'
picking up your news- got sick and had to go back
County on business last Thurs
we are giad to report that
-- papers and magazines on to bed instead. He returned to day.
I Wednesday, Jan. 24. Please the she is much better at this 1 I
hospital Sunday night.
I want time. Allen Hall and son, Ralph, 77.25Full
have the paper that you On Jan. 7 we had 53 presentin I Smith Corona .
carried away in a place where Sunday School, and.the Be- Loretta Merritt had as of Jacksonville were visiting
those weekend guests her parents, the J. W. McRaes last Satur- !
it will be easily seen by ,
ginners won the banner witha Tax Inc.
Keyboard ( )
Mr. and Mrs.. Richard Jones
after 4
I who come by shortly of 86. Last day.The
grade Sunday we I IMASTEl
\ :I p. m. This will be done each had 57 present and the Adult and son of Macclenny.We Northeast Florida Fox

Wednesday until further no Men the banner for the welcome Mr. and Mrs. Hunters Association meetingwill

,1.11 tice. first time won in a long while. James Dees and his motherto be held at 8 p. m. Friday Remington Rand w w r 97.85

NATURAL I !, At The Churches Training Union has been our neighborhood. Theyare Jan. 19, in the Theressa com- '

.I Grace Methodist: Church increasing in niynbers for the occupying' the Ida Merritt munity center. Full Keyboard With Subtraction (Tax Inc.)
cottage just off Highway 100.
School, 9:45: a. m. Morning last two Sundays. We have
Sorry to report that George
i Worship, 11 a. m. Evening such lessons in the
Dependable -. EconomicalPHONE i Service, 7:30: p. m. MYF each interesting Anderson is sick with a cold. In NOTICE Circuit TO DEFEND Electric 89.87Large
;, .(. Wednesday, 7 p. m. Adult to watch the clock that and we almost forget Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shiver County Florida C.rrt ID Chancery Bradford Burroughs -

and sons of Gainesville were Cane No. 13-061
96.1301NIGHT 964.2411CITY
First Sunday .
Baptist: rob the of of Janice
preacher some Mrs. Shiver's mother Swilley. Plaintiff vs. Capacity With Subtraction
visiting ,
Worship Walter Clifford
School 10 Morning
a. m. Swilley, Defend-
OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT. 11 a. m. BTU 6:30: p. m. his preaching time. We have Mrs. Nan Merritt last Sun- ant. Older Model, But A Good Machine ..(
been having more present in NOTICE TO APPEAR
Evening Worship 7:30: p. m. preaching services for the last day.Mr. To Walter Clifford Swilley, I .

Prayer Meeting each Wednes- few Sundays also. Come be .in and Jacksonville Mrs. Elbert Sunday Nettles Unknown.You whose residence. and address is: This man h morose because: iI i i t "A Real Antique"Old

day, 7:30: p. m. with us. were are hereby notified thata I iI
Thrifty Home Improvements PersonalsMrs. visiting Mrs. Nettles' parents, suit for divorce, custody and
Mr. and Mrs. Vollie Andrews. control of minor children has I
Sfart: Here Ruth Barthlow and YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY been filed against you in the a. His wife dented a fender!.
Mrs. Ray Nugen and daughter, Miss Ida Merritt had as a above named Court and cause i i i.. Style Burroughs $10Noah
Ruth of Midlebdurg visited weekend guest her sister, Mrs. and copy you are of 'required to servea b. Ills son dented two fenders"!':
your answer or
Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs. Mar- Lettie Huckaby of Wildwood.We pleading to the complaint on the
have some more new Plaintiff's Attorney T. Frank Youngsters are as active as;' must have used this to count the animals com
tha Bales Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Landrum P. O. Drawer 791,
: Thomas O. Swan has Richard CainAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA neighbors in our communitythat Starke, Florida and file the or- centipedes on a treadmill. Be;: ing on the ark-but it was in daily use until we tookit
have not been able to iginal in the office of the Clerkof sure that they get plenty of I
we sink !
returned after being called to the Circuit Court on or be- energy-giving food at meal in on trade. Heavy enough to a battleship
i Philadelphia by the death of contact yet. They are build- fore the 12 day of February 1
\ f- Get Yours Now! ing a new home just south of 1962; otherwise the allegationsof time. Our fresh, rich milk packs;,
She has the
her mother.
sym- said Complaint will be takenas all the necessary1tamin.'i to Or If You Prefer The Best
pathy of the community in Defense Fallout Booklets the trailei park on the New confessed by you.
This notice shall be publishedonce refuel your small fry for an-
this next
available at the postoffice. River road. More on
her loss.
each week for four consec- other day. Serve It often. New Remington 10 KeY Electric
Mrs. Elmer Crews and chil- Postmaster Irene Ratliff will week. In the meantime just utive weeks in the Bradford I A

dren spent the weekend with be glad to give one of these let us say we are happy to County Telegraph.
WE CARRY EVERYTHING FOR INDOOR Dated this 8 day of January,
I Mr. Crews who is stationed in booklets to! anv: : family requesting have them as permanent 1962. With Subtraction Only | QT77
bOoklets (SEAL)
it. The are
Valdosta, Ga.
neighbors.If Charles A. Darby,
A. B. C. Finance Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sap- free, so get your soon. Clerk of the Circuit Court
I can't get to the church (Tax Inc.)
penfield of Deland were Sunday Graham was a pretty picture you By :Marian L. Crosby, D. C. I f
FREE ESTIMATES last Friday morning. There of your choice this Sunday to 1-11 4t 2-1 (Ueg. 208.07))
guests of :Mr. and Mrs. I .
I were icicles hanging from worship, come on over to New

Phone 964-5291 James Waters. every tree and building. Someof River Baptist Church and INVITATION TO BID 1 I

I Paul L. Dinkins entered the old timers stated that (COXTRACT ONE) L Bradford County Telegraph
Complete Line of Hardware worship with us. We extend a JANUARY 9, 1982
Bradford County Hospital they had never seen so many Sealed bids will be receivedby
I welcome to all. the City of Starke, Florida,
Icicles at one time.
Monday, and underwent surgery at the office of the City Clerk, i
Bradford Building Sinrolv L. Johns reports that his
Sick List I
1! I Starke, Florida, until 2 p. m. E.
Tuesday. He has the
\ Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Starling father is steadily improving S. T.. 26th, January, 1962 at
which time they will be opened -
best wishes of all who know
have returned home after a .
at Bradford County Hospital.Mr. and publicly read for the
301 E. Call Street him. visit in Miami. Their son, I' construction of sanitary sewers, Ill
and Mrs. Fred Johns of and water distribution
'> -- .' Jennings, underwent surgeryin Gainesville were visiting 'Mr.: \ on State Road 200, South. the.UA r of Modem Electric Living with
... '. ,. : -:- : : _ _'__ _. ___ ___. __ __ __ ""0, .__ a Miami Hospital last week.. consists The principal of the construction items of work of enjoy [{0
: He is reported doing o. k. and Mrs. M. L. Johns last I gravity sewer line, size 6-inch
I is still the 8-inch and 12-inch installation
John Surrency on Sunday. ;

NOTICE II!I His critical many list friends in- wish Gainesville.him a of service laterals construction IIJ 01 ,.,0 II!;':1'0"lWi'e :Il

III speedy recovery. !

Mrs. Ed Parrish has returned I With run Housepower in your home you electric kitchen and laundry appliances ,

I I home after going to Miami I II can use as many appliances as you wish, working at top efficiency. Moreover, full
She has been NOTICE !
see a
I without overloading. Plenty'of handy Housepower wiring with 100-200 ampere
Every person who received HOMESTEAD EXEMP- I on the sick list for some time. I II I outlets and switches will let you plug service entrance will provide extra powerin

But is much improved at this an electrical appliance without unplugging for the appliances you'll want to add later.
TION last year will receive the renewal APPLICA- I writing. [ .J.JI I
another..without using double
TION through the mail shortly after Jan. 1st, PLEASE I Mrs. Thelma Dyal has been THIS IS AN ELECTION YEAR sockets or running extension cords. fort Make, convenience sure you're and getting economy the full of com:full .

the sick list, but is now I
SIGN and RETURN as soon as possible, either by mailor I on able to resume her duties at WITH THE FOLLOWING TO BE I You won't be bothered by tell-tale Housepower for modern fiamelees electric

I Center in' I signs of LOW Housepower such as living.
in if by mail and desire receipt enclosea Sunnyland Training
person, you a I Gainesville. ELECTED I lights dimming or TV picture shrinking. Call your Electrical Compactor tot ,

self. addressed stamped envelope. I Birthday Party : Full Housepower will keep your, all a free wiring check-op: now j

I James McKinney was hone |, 3 County Commissioners -- y tUit

EVERY person who desires the EXEMPTION for I ored with a surprise party on!

his 18th birthday anniversary j, 3 School Board Members I
,the FIRST TIME must bring his DEED or CONTRACT last Saturday night. Games; '

(proof of ownership) properly recorded in the and dancing were enjoyed; 1 State Representative I
during the evening.
public records of Bradford County before Jan. 1st, to ments including birthday iI j I II 1

cake, were served to those enjoying 1 All State and County I I
the Office of Tax Assessor in person to sign the appli I .
I the party with the honor 1 Democratic Committeemen I .

cation. Personals guest. :|i and Committeewomen ,,II I \


ONLY persons who reside on their property and in I t guests Mrs.Saturday Alice Starling afternoon had Mr.as'!j'!j FIRST PRIMARY: MAY 8, 1962It I!i J Ji

good faith make the same his or her permanent home and Mrs. Wilson Hendricks i ___ _

should and Mrs. Hendricks mother,! i urgent that everyone eligible and not now i LV
for this
exemption. all of Fernandina Beach. Also''I''I'I !' registered should visit their nearest registrationclerk I -:j .-! --
: Mr and Mrs. Lonnie Hines of J V )
I Gainesville. j i at once, as the books will close April 7, 1962.
TANGIBLE and INTANGIBLE personal propertytax I 1 1i
Miss Carlene Melton and

returns are be'mailed at this time. If we can be brother Arthur of Waldo! REGISTRATION CLERKS ARE: i!

of any assistance to you with these forms, please feel were. Mrs.visiting Leila their Willis grandmother. Saturday- I II Pet. 1 (Lawtey)-Geo. W. RobertsPet. .

welcome to call on us. I of last week. i -

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Green I j I 4 (Graham-Mrs.) Ollie Rivers -

will of Starke were visiting his Pet. 5 (Hampton)-Mrs. Pearl Home
We I II t-
appreciate notice of change in
any your. property I daughter, Mrs. Roy Starling

during the past year. I last week. i Pet. Theressa. )-Mrs. Delaney Fisher
I ''ii iiI
Robert Cain was home this'; I'
I past weekend visiting his il Pet. 7 (New River)-Mrs. Eunice Moody 'I

THE HOMESTEAD APPLICATIONS AND mother Mrs. Irma Cain. He is ]l J.. Pet. 8 (BrOoker-R. A. Colson ,1',1 .............f...............t
employed in Gainesville. j I I II .

Mrs. Beatrice Hines spent! Ii i! : MEDALLION Mil home it ontur-
; Precincts 2 (N.Starke) and 3 (S. Starke) registerat once of full Housepower teiuxniaue -
last week with her brother I
TAX RETURNS MUST BE TAKEN CARE and sister-in-law Mr and ,:; the courthouse, as usuaL I'i I! \ : switch 100-200 amp and ou tenrice di.entra aM oiipld

Mrs. N. Starling of Games-i, I II ................................... r
OF BETWEEN JAN. 1st. AND APRIL 1st. I. Miss Judith Broughton was: il"
in Jacksonville last wees' II -tIN;
10 fl.m..lJ.ll!
transacting business. I SIRS. MARIAN L CROSBY, BY LETTER .
Earl Starling was visiting I I

his mother Mrs. Kate Star- BY TELEPHONE, OR IN PERSON. AT rLQEID A P 0 W E R I.IC M J*:s3s .ai1AJo7b'.
!. ,. '
ASSESSOR ling, Wednesday.Miss : .."" tit ir i tit .UI&I rioiD \

Cain was I!! ONCE! i 1'-. .. .. ... ._-=::- -:.-....:::.- ..JJI IJ

visiting her cousin. Miss Sylvia i ...
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