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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 25, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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__ Clay BuildingsOn ,Sanity Exams Ordered To Start


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J 301 ReceivedBids ,

Jacksonville psychiatrists patrolman had become suspicious -

Shown at the Jaycee's Annual Awards- on removing eight "were appointed Mondayto of the actions of Addison i For Extraction Plant
Banquet
'I I: a Jaj'cee members who made the presentations. Tuesday night are award winners and structures from the right-of-J determine, the mental condition and Pavlas and was conducting -

From way of U. S. 301 through Clay .of DeWitt Addison, 'of a routine check. When I!
left-to-right: Abe Abercroinble, ,Jaycee president Lake Butler, charged /
Good ; James Bloodworth, winner of the I County were received by the with Continue'! on Pasre 61 :
4/ Government award; Richard Jockel, outstanding young teacher of 1961 State Road lirst degree murder in the ,
Department
Charles at
. ; the Excavation work for foundations of the new $6 -
Schaeffer ,
winner death of.
of
the Distinguished Service .Award and Jayeees John Kopelousos and courthouse here last Friday Highway Patrol 000,000-plus extraction plant of Florida
HydrocarbonsInc.
Fred Such.d morning. Trooper Edwin L. .Gasque last, I
Big Chief October. will begin during the period February 6-15, WillH.
Inc. of Fort Lauderdale
At Annual BanquetJaycees was the apparent high- AddLwn's attorney.Zach H. ___ __ Gillett, recently named general manager of the

B'I bidder on all eight parcels,, Douglas of Jacksonville, has _-N plant, announced yesterday at his office in Houston,
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with plus bids as follows: Carson served notice that his client's i Texas.

I Present Awards Griffis store, $250; Carson I main defense will be a contention j2 -i The contractor, Hudson Engineering Corp. of

I Griffis garage, $100; Charles I that he was. insane at i ii Houston, will start bringing in digging equipment

Garvin zoo (Florida Repttt the. time Gasque" was shot to early< in February for the huge job of excavatine'

Awards to three ,Starke. Land, $500; Charles Garvin L aeath with a high-powered I After foundations -
men James are being Florida
Bloodworth piped into
local by
: various
\j for their outstanding achievements I I: lole supervisor and an officerin pa-i people. programs for young attached garage, $57; M. A., 30-30. rifle during a manhuntin i : .: poured 60 days will be allowed -I the Houston Corporation, of
during 1961 Strickland (four buildings) the woods near Baldwin. for
and a talk the National Guard, concrete to set and which Florida Hydrocarbons
by State Representative was II Richard H. Jockel Bradford three frame houses and one The 'psychiatrists, Dr. Win !
Arch cured, which would
place the is
presented the award for "GoodGovernment" a subsidiary. The plant is
High School science instructor., tin H.
$225 McCullagh and Dr.
Thomas Jr. garage each. Wm. N
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k were the featured : start of heavy constructionin designed to
for
his outstanding produce 285,000'
\\F events! at the Second Annual work with the county -I vas named the Outstanding Two frame buildings, belong- Chambers. were 'directed by AprIl Mr. Gillett said. 000 gallons of LP gas annually

B Awards Banquet of the local recreation Young Teacher of 1961 by the: ing to Earl Mosely, were stricken -! the court to report their findings YL Completion date is still scheduled enough to all
program. He is I supply needs
cur- Jaycees.
Jaycees In the Garden Restaurant Since coming to BHS from the bid list due to the on or before Feb. 5, as to for October.
rently chairman within a radius of 50 miles
of
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the County three years ago Jockel has won owner negotiating with the SR hether or not Addison I i
Tuesday night. Recreation Board, and was k ? In addition to having the including the city of Jack-
was a much recognition Immediately fane on date of the !
following Thom- mur- j !k largest storage tank for LP sonville.
member of the first y It will be transported
board to science department hi According to der. Oct. -.- __ .. ..
as' speech schedule, cii 26. After the reports --_ -. '
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on the public's responsibility be organized. j u n. ''''"' I gas in the U. S. and the from the plant both by rail
: county, district, and state science right-of-way must be clearedof made, a time will be set fora I. l
t to fourth
the largest in the
government Charles Schaeffer, employedby world and by tank truckers, averaging I
fairs
with
projects done the structures
I Jaycees presented their annuiwjj the National during late hearing in open court on the Country Club Golf Tournament the plant will also include a around 20 truck
Guard, or carloads
al awards for was recipient by his students. He has also :March or early April. It is expected findings of the doctors. I
good government of the Distinguished processing vessel of amazing pr day, it was said.
m introduced two new science: that bids Circuit I I
on four-laning Judge Albert W.
distinguished service, Service Award for the many courses, zoology and physiology the approximately six proportions, being made of a I It is possible that ethane
miles of Graessle had
and named an previously set Winners single piece of steel 80 i
outstanding Shown feet
times in past years that he in the 301 With TrophiesWinners and several other
H young teacher of 1961. has worked past two years. between Highland and Feb. 26 as-the trial date for II I long and 5 inches thick, components
with all
of might
Starke'sThird Representative Thomas, in Maxville will be received l in the Addison and his co-defendant. I be extracted at the
weighing 600.000
The
Victory l his speech to approximately 60 February letting, with the con. Rudolph John Pavlas, of Hia- pounds. plant in the future Ethane id i t
of the first annual vessel is known "absorber.
as an -
Jaycee members and their tract to be awarded not more leah.If. supper held in the club's pro ." important in the manufacture.of .

wives and dates, urged that than 30 days later. According the Championship: Tournament of shop Wednesday night of last plastics.

Cagers Trim .Live Oak 57-55 "city hall" not be looked upon: to this schedule, actual con- that "..Addison psychiatrists is now insane report the Club Starke are pictured Golf &above Country with week. I Ij gineer H. W.with Bludworth the company an, said en- The plant will require massive -
voters struction the From left: Harold A. [Bish]
by "as some sort of institution on project could and .the-judge so rules, Addition their trophies, awarded as the that 30 days of intensive design foundations with one
foreign to the begin in April. would be Bishop in champion runnerup piece of steel alone, going into -
committed
; For First Conference Win% people." About 75 or 80 per cent of state,mental"institution. If to declared a- .highlight of a fried chicken ; Jim Brown Godwin 1st I finally are yet complete.The to go before. plansare the structure, weighing

Thomas' said that "nobodycan I the sfcwnile right-of-way Is .saneat the present Rural Work flight runner-up; Clyde Ter- new plant will be 500,000 pounds.
constructed -
be blamed but you and I owned by National Lead Company .tune,.the trial would proceed willegar, champion; Joe Val- on a 40-acre site The actual start of work

} 4 Bradford High's,varsity cag- 'Santa Fe. Ingrain was second if we let inadequate people and presented no problem and.- the, jury would then decide icski, 2nd flight runner-up; north of Houston's present just will climax more than a yeai

I "!ers won their third game of in both games with 12 against represent us at any level of to the SRD, since the company whether Addison was insane Requested Of Dr. D. M. Christoffers, 3rd booster station near Brooker. of negotiations since plans for
the season and their government," and tha the responsibility agreed to give the necessary flight runner-up. Trophy win-
first
con- Green Cove and 10 against at the time of the murder 11 is estimated that payrolls the. plant were first announced
ference victory by nipping Live I Santa. : tIdle.thls: for better govern- right of way if the route! as he cIa.1ms.vla.s' Rescue UnitAn nypot in picture were: G. during construction of the in; November I960. Construction -

I Oak 57-55 Tuesday night. January ment ultimately came back to of the highway through its; attorney, Lacy Ma- l fOmb, 3rd flight win.terj'jo plant will total around of the plant hinged oil

23.Junior. Friday the Tornadoes -. the people. !property was shifted eastward I hon Jr., told the court he had appeal was made to the ) ; '.: Johnson, 2nd flight $1,000- the Houston Corporation's application -
will take
Dave Ingram on Lake Butler The representative praisedthe nearer the railroad.. This was: no' intention Bradford ,..wiimei*. Harry Hatcher, 1st 000.When
poured of filing a mo- County Civil Defense to the Federal Power
in 27 points as Starke overt' Saturday.ere at 7, January and 27, over Jaycees as "men of action desirable from the company's I: .Uoq ',questiQing the sanity of, Rescue Unit at the last.re. -. liightj winner. largely automated completed, the wiU plant have, Commission for authority to
p. m- next Tues-
standpoint to ,
came a five point Live Oak d who often have reached their keep the highway Paylas, but would ask that the! gular meeting to make their, Miniature trophies were around 20 employees. increase: its. pipeline capacity
lead in the final quarter to nandina's ay January Pirates su. wifc: see Fer- goal before they found out it from splitting the property' indictment? be _thrown out. services available in out-of- Presented by Ted Fox., the club Initially the plant will be m Florida. Many months were

win. The local's record now floor at 6:30. Both on the local was. impossible," and challenged where it plans to mine ilmeniteat Douglas said he intends to the city fire, protection and proto Mrs. Bobby McRae as used to extract LP liquid required before the FPC gave
stands at three nights will the group to take an even some future date. the "most l faithful" petroleum
wins and 12 &how that Addison's alleged insanity rescue work. woman. ] its final certificate approving
losses; feature, varsity an.1 Jayvee more active part in, civic ,affairs .< Griffis' stated'' that he planned is of a.type: hecalled It jyas 'stated ,that.such a I golfer, and Mrs. H. A.'BishopiJr.'fis"the..woman.goHer from gas the and natural natural gasoline the expansion last. fall.

"We're a lot better, but; -games. in the future. J & "bufld a new store ina '"chronic brain syndrome :conj j unit fcpuld; be of great assistance --!. Who gas .-

we've a lol\ of tough games to ; .. '".'",- ..-, '.. ...........-... --- II location dose to his 'i>>resent: \ulsive ''disorder with"psychos- in salvaging personal I had shown the'most improve Crackdown Continues -
building. E. L.
play also" Coach Edwin Land --r .: Isenberg general I is.? property, as well as helping ment. ,
:, of Florida
said' of the Tornadoes' first manager Reptile' Among the witnesses Doug- in fire fighting where regular The main trophy [picturedin

conference win. Backing up .. Land for also announced plans la.s said he will use to prove city facilities are not avail center, donated by H. A. Woman Arrested In Raid
rebuilding the
Ingram's fine effort was Billy zoo in a location vddij5Op's. asserted, insanity. at able. Help and support was Bishop Jr., must be won three
Anders .with 8 points John mined. on 301, not yet deter tine time ,'of:'the murder are offered toward securing a times Inol necessarily in succession On
J j Illegal City
A WhiskeyChief
Williams with 6, and Herb Nel- .. Dr ,s aniuel: GVfcibbs a Tampa suitable vehicle that could be ] before passing into

on, Arthur Holliday, and Bill _p. t ; : -i t.It. Starke Gridders psychiatrist and neurologist; orked into a tank truck cap- permanent possession. 1
Jackson with 2 each- _I _, .-. Rev. Barney Andrews of JacknVine able of carrying and pumping Terwillegar won the first Continuing the crackdown William Rosser, One

However was the same old : .... First Alternates ,:a: Baptist minister; water. leg on the big trophy by defeating an: the illicit sale of alcoholic gallon of moonshine and five
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tory last weekend the Tornadoes :- ;;. Fred Andrews of Lake Butler The Rescue Unit members Bishop m in 36-hole beverages in Starke city I and che half pints of bonded
as '
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:. ".. / ;, S', .'- '.., For All-Star Game I
went down before c' :- "' a..:firmer and stockman; agreed to discuss the appeal j I :finals by margin of 3 and 2. police and state beverage whiskey were confiscated in

Gieen Cove Friday 59-43 and Two I Mrs. Fred 'Andrews, Addison's further, and to look into the Seventy-two players parti- agents! in a Sunday, January the raid made at 10:30 a. m.

Saturday to Santa Fe, who is Bradford High School mother;.'and"Mrs. Barney Andrews possibilities of adding another cipated in the tournament. 21, raid arrested Sis Luerck of Sunday. Police Lieutenant

leading: the conference, 53-30. football players, quarterback:! Addison's sister. service in rescue work. Seven East: Wilson Road. Billy Overstreet and Patrolman
Irwin Martin
and end Hallie
Santa Fe was out in-front of &dds6nj} ana Pavlas were the members of the unit have just The oman is in the Bradford Kenneth Fuquay represented
Seymour have been selected as I. 522 Employed
the Tornadoes all the way: but fugitives in a massive eight- completed a 14-hour course in i County Jail under bonds the city police In the
first alternates to play in the)
Green Cove's Blue Devils had North-South Florida day.manhunt-touched' off last fire rescue work given by the At Prison NowThe totaling $3.000 from four war- raid.Mrs.

to come irom behind in the Highly tob r 26 when Gasque was Florida Fire College in Ocala. rants signed against her. She Luerck Is the third

third period for their win. "j:: School to be played All-Star in football Gainesville1'game: shot through the heart and Certificates were given to Florida State Prison at *;. as charged Sunday with person arrested in the past.

John Williams led the scor- .>i1... -.,:.< :;=::...:-:'_ '_-_..;: ; August 4.Martin. lungs when he came upon the those taking the full course. Raiford now has a total of 522 possession of moonshine and few months for illegal sale of
ing for the Tornadoes in both .. ,- .. -''_"-;':'--"'; -. was selected as first two men hiding in the undergrowth The Rescue Unit will discuss employees. Residents of Union the sale of tax paid whiskeyin alcoholic beverages in the city

games with 16 points against .' .... alternate as a back and Seymour ,.beteen Baldwin and the fire protection phase of fi County lead the list in num- a dry county with a $1,000 in the crackdown led by newly

Green Cove and 13' against I. ..',' 'P" _. '- as an end in this district Maxville. its program at the regular bers, totaling 162. Bradford bond on eash of two warrants. elected Mayor Randal Chitty
n Gasque was a member of a meeting in the American County is second. with 135 em- She: is also under two other and Chief Rosser. Starke Ne
which includes all of
Bantam posse searching for the two Legion hall tonight [Thurs- ployed, Duval County has 53 bonds of $500 each for the sale gress, Carrie Small, and Mike
Basketball Jacksonville, :Macclenny, Lake
Southside Pupils Getting BridgeTo men who, earlier in the day day] at 7:30.: All members are and Baker County 39. Clay of tax paid whiskey in a dry Klondes, who lives on west
City. Starke. Green Cove. Orange
Play Opens MondayBantam nad disarmed a Duval County urged to attend this important 11 i County has 31, and Columbia county. Brownlee Street;, 'ere"arre&ted
Park, Keystone Heights I,
Patrolman at gunpoint. The meeting.jV County 24. According to Starke Police m the first multiple raid and
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League basketball, Ensure Safe Walk To School Adding much prestlege to: .- -----'r'- u I Klondes; was arrested a second
for boys 9-12 years of age. } ,-t.ef i!, time on the same charges
the fact that the two Starke
will open play Monday afternoon first t : : &S* .. I three weeks after the first
The new wooden bridge across Creek E. gridders were selected as .: .
Alligator on LauraStreet -
January 29, at 3:30: in 1 t raid .
alternates is the fact that e.:49i: .. t I'i
is 'RT4
the ArmorY nearing completion and will open up a new route for I
Both
only two backs and' a single : i :' : ., ... ;,b, ,' Qhitty and R.osserhave
The first game will be the students attending Southslde .Elementary School in Southeast end could be selected from I i?; r.'t" .:? :. .4 received. phone calls

Andrews Drugs against Local Starke. City Council had been asked to construct the from
bridge) this district to play in the an-I anonymous persons
Finance Company and at 4:30: so that students could reach the school on foot and by bicyclewithout nual all-star contest BBS threatening them with violence

Brooker will play .Court Shoe using heavily travelled State Road 100. The bridge Football Coach Lennard Register --- if they did not desist in

Repair. These games will be is a joining city-county effort, with the city paying for materials said. First alternate their efforts to control the

I played every Monday and Friday and the county providing labor. means that Martin or Seymour 1T : sale of whiskey within Starke
afternoons'at the Armory
city limits. Both have shownno
will] be the first to replace -:
and the public Is invited to 4 let-up so far, however.
that :
Negro KnifedIn Language BarrierTo any back or end :
come out and.. support, the cannot participate In the
according to City Recreation _
teams.
Director ,Buddy 1 El- ScuffleA Beating Reds, game. i Auto Burns,
Both Seymour and Martin' _
iiott Is Total Loss
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scuffle in a Negro cafe, Rotary Is Told starred for the Tornadoes'' in, \ : _

Tommy DeSue's Place in the their undefeated 1961 season.'___H -- --___ k ... ....-.. .. ...... ... _eo ___ A 1955 Chevrolet station

March of Dimes Pleasant Grove section three The importance of languagein and the tall end has a grant- You Block Ale And I'll Block You wagon owned by William

miles west of Starke on the the understanding and com in-aid scholarship with the Godwin north Thompson

DANCE Brownlee'Road, put a 22yearold batting of Communism was University; of or1da.CarTagSales. .In Battle Of The Billboards ". Street.Starke. was a total losses

Negro man in the hospital discussed at the Rotary Club It caught fire and burnedat
with a knife. wound in his

.uso Building, side,According on Sunday to Deputy Jan. 14.Sheriff director Wednesday of Adult by' I* Education.The H. Gibson. 'Mighty Slow'"Mighty One Sign Leads To Another! Monday approximately, January 7:30 21. p. m.

Godwin was traveling west
'Saturday, Feb. 3 Willard Williams, the victim speaker said that language -
slow" was the answer on his way to visit his brother-
,was -
Till David Frasier. who lives
9:00: 1:00 .
hamper
barriers seriously L-
at,1503 North Grant Street in received in the office of Lawtey the Bradford tam they're just ekeing out; walk but was advised this! Again. by "coiI1C1d nce" [?1 In-latf Marklee Griffis, on

Music :By I Starke. Charged'( with knifing our better relations with'other county Tax Collector J. R County town that manages to a living. exception to company policy a large truck. in recent weeks, the Farmer's Market Road

DO-RE-MI j frasier.is-Starke: Negress Edna countries and stronglylecommended ] Kelly when an inquiry wasmade make occasional headlines hispite But to get back to our could not be made. has been' parked on the property east of U. S. .301 north when
COMBO\
I Monday about how U- of its surface quietness- story. the car seemed to run out of
Mae Covington. 28. Williams that every adult i Shortly after that a huge of the Shell station in i
$3 Per Couple -said the cutting occur- have a speaking knowledge of cense tag sales were progress- ia at it again. Seems it all started when anew ICE" sign was erected on the a spot that "just so happens"to j gas and stalled. He walked a
when the This time it's a batUe of obstruct the second Gulf short distance to his brotherIntaw' -
red scuffle began between Ing.According Standard station was property line of the Gulf station -
at least one foreign languageHe ,
home to and
four Negro ,men and to Kelly's figures billboards engendered by a built at Lawtey about a year which "by coincidence" station from the view of gefJl
,'women and the Covington said that several languagecourses only 950 tags have been purchased fiercely competitive situation ago and the company,in keeping [?] obstructed the Standard motorists driving south on U. when the two returned to the

woman pulled a knife. are now being offered for the more than 6,000 I between!too many service stations with its policy, erected station from the view of motorists 8. '341. scene the automobile was ft*

This Space Contributed I in adult night classes open to automobiles in Bradford County -, With too 'much gasolinefor metal "guard rails" along both headed south on U. S. As can be noted from above blaze.

$ Driver' Licenses the public. I and deadline for purchasing: sale to too few customers.If sides of the property line. Extending photographs, the owners of The Starke Fire Depart

Weekly U Publicize i Gibson,deplored the fact tbed: a tag is February 18. yen drat think if a beena to the sidewalk the 301.And now the plot thickens.It both the blocked-out Standard ment was summoned but the

S Community Events by i Deadline January 31, while the last legislature The collector urged all ear rough' year, ask any service rail made difficult, for big just so happened that the station and the blocked car was a total loss by the

a law: requiring the'teaching of owners to purchase their H-, station operator. Almost.a. trucks to turn into and out of I manager of the Standard station out Gulf station have resorted time firemen and Bradford

The Community January: :31 is the deadlinefor an Americanism vs Communismcoarse cense tags wen before the dozen have changed hands in a. Gulf service station next I has a brother, who operates to putting signs on automobiles Deputy Sheriff wmard wn.I .

all peopjp born in the in the public schools, deadline to avoid a last min-, Starke during the past three door.. The Gulf man asked a Shell station a block: parked on the street I in hams arrived at the scene just

State Bank I I month of January to obtain adequate funds for the effectiveteaching : : uterushonhisofficeandalI months- a cbopte lie stffl looking Standard to leave off the farther north on 301. Adjoining front of their establishments.Eo .I east of the Parmer's Market

their drivers,licenses at the of.such .a,courseai,. re for lessees rails at least cut them back
"- j 1" ; and those who or the Shell station, on the far, no one has figured outa cause of the fire was not

office of the County Judge. not provided. :... service and no.nWng are.aWl in the business main some distance from the sideI south, is another Gulf station way to get around that fcnown, Wllltenra said.



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I I On 301 Received Two Jacksonville PsYchiatrists -| patrolman had become sus-:

fit -- Bids ',were appointed Monday; picious of the actions of Addison For Extraction Plant

Shown at the Jaycee's Annual Awards Banquet Tuesday! night are award winners and structures on from removing the right-of-eight to determine the mental condition and Pavlas and was conducting -

Jaycee members who made the of DeWitt Addison, of
presentations. a routine check. When
of U. S. 301
way '
through Clay \
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From left-to-rigLt: Abe Abercromble, ,Jaycee president; James Bloodworth, winner of the County were received by the Lake Butler, charged with -. rcontinud_ on Page 61 _

q Good Government award; Richard,Jockel,, outstanding young teacher of 1961; Charles, State Road Department at the last degree murder in the; -V Excavation work for foundations of the new $6,- _
Sehaeffer, winner of the courthouse here death of Highway Patrol 000,000-plus extraction plant of Florida HydrocarbonsInc. I
Distinguished Service Award, and Jaycees John Kopelousos and last Friday '
Fred SncU. morning. Trooper Edwin L. .Gasque last. will begin during the period February 5-15, Will

Big Chief Inc. of Fort Laud- October. H. Gillett, recently named general manager of the !________
At Annual erdale was the apparent high AddLwn's attorney,.Zach H. I
BanquetJaycees : plant, announced yesterday at his office in Houston,
bidder on all eight parcels Douglas of Jacksonville, has V
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with plus bids as follows: Car- served notice that his client's
: son Griffis store, $250; Carson main defense will be a contention -p 1-t_ $ !- ,: The contractor, Hudson Engineering Corp. of _

___ Present Awards I Griffis garage, $100; Charles that he was. insane at Houston, will start bringing in digging equipment _

Garvin zoo (Florida Reptile the time Gasque was 'shot to early in February for the huge job of excavating. _

Awards Land), $500; Charles Garvin ueath with a high-powered After foundations are being piped into Florida by

J for their to three' .Starke'men I. James Bloodworth local pa-I: various programs far young attached garage, $57; M. A. 30-30() rifle during a manhuntin ,xv&oured. 60 days will be allow the Houston Corporation of

outstanding achieve- lole supervisor and an officerin II I people. Strickland (four buildings) ,the woods near Baldwin. ed for concrete to set and which Florida Hydrocarbonsis

ments during 1961 and a talk I I ,the National Guard was Richard H. Jockel, Bradford three frame houses and one The 'psychiatrists, Dr. Wm. cured, which would place the a subsidiary The plant U

by State.RepresentattVe. Arch: presented the award for "Good High School science instructor, tin garage, $225 each. J H.. :MoCuIaghandflr.: Wm N. start of heavy construction designed to produce 285,000-

I Thomas Jr. were the featured Government" for his outstand- was named the Outstanding Two frame buildings, belonging Chambers, were directed by in April, Mr. Gillett said. 000 gallons of LP gas annually,
:
( Awards events at the Second Annual .ing work with the county recreation Young Teacher of 1961 by the to Earl Mosely,. were stricken the court to report their find- f4i,4 Completion date is still scheduled enough to supply all needs

I Banquet of the local! program. He is cur- Jaycees. Since coming to BHS from the bid list due to the ings on or before Feb. 5, as to '! for October. within a radius of 50 miles,

Jaycees in the Garden Restaurant i rently chairman of .the County three years ago Jockel has won owner negotiating with the SR whether or not Addison was In addition to having ,the including the city of Jack-

_ : Tuesday night- Recreation Board, and was a much recognition for the D to remove them himself. fane on the date of the murder _* ., ., ': largest storage tank for LP sonville. It will be transported

Immediately following Thomas' member of the first board to school's science department in According to schedule u Oct. 26. After the report:' _____.Hnnn- _______ V .....-, gas in the U. S. and the from the plant both by rail

t speech on the public's responsibility be organ1z d. county, district, and state science right-of-way must be clearedof !s made, a time will be set fora I fourth largest in the world, and by tank truckers averag'I''I

t Jaycees to government, the. Charles Schaeffer employedby fairs with projects done the strnctures during late hearing in open court on the Country Club Golf Tournament the plant will also include a ing around 20 truck
presented I
-I a their annual the National Guard, was recipient by his students. He has also March or early April. It is ex. .findings of the doctors. I processing; vessel of amazing loads per day, it was said.

awards for good government of the Distinguished introduced two new science pected that bids on fourlaningthe Circuit Judge( Albert W. proportions being made of a I II It; is possible that ethane

and distinguished service, Service Award for the many courses, zoology and physiology approximately six miles of Graessle had previously set Winners% Shown With Trophiessupper I I single piece of steel 80 feet and several other components

named an' outstandingyoung times in past years that he in the past two years. 301 between Highland! and Feb. 26 as'the trial date for I long and 5 inches thick might be extracted at' the

teacher of 1961. 'has worked-with all of Starke's Representative Thomas, in Maxville will be received i in the Addison and his co-defendant, i weighing 600,000 pounds. The plant in the future. Etfiane is

Third Victory .his speech to approximately 60. February letting, with the con. .Rudolph John Pavlas, of Hialeah. Winners of the first annual held in the club's pro vessel is known as an "absorber. important in the manufactureof i V

Jaycee members and their tract to be awarded not more Championship: Tournament of shop Wednesday night of last ." ; plastics.

wives and dates, urged that. than 30 days later. Accordingto If, the psychiatrists report the Starke Golf & Country I week. I H. W. Bludworth, an engineer The plant will require massive -

_I Cagers Trim .Live Oak 57-55 "city hall" not be looked upon this schedule, actual con that .Addison is now insane, Club] are pictured above with From left: Harold A. IBishl with the company, said foundations, with one

by'voters "as some sort of institution struction on the project could and the-judge so rules, Addi- their trophies, awarded as the Bishop m, champion runnerup that 30 days of intensive design piece of steel alone, going Into -
foreign to the begin in April. fcon.V would ,be committed to a highlight of a fried chicken are yet to go before plansare
Jim Brown Godwin 1st the structure weighing
1' For First people." About 75 or 80 per cent of ,state,mental institution. If declared ; finally complete.The ,
Conference Win flight runner-up; Clyde Ter- 500,000 pounds.
Thomas' said that "nobodycan the sfawnile right-of-way Is .. .saneat the present Rural 'forkRequested new plant will be constructed -
willegar champion; Joe Val- The actual start of work
1 be blamed but you and I owned by National Lead Com :time",the trial would proceed on a 40-acre site just
1 Bradford High's if we let inadequa people pany and presented no problem and. the jury would then decide inski, 2nd flight runner-up; north of Houston's present will climax more than a yen
varsity cag- Santa Fe. Ingram'was second Of Dr. D. M. Christoffers, 3rd of negotiations since plans for
to
"ers won their third 'game represent us at any level of the SRD, since,the com. I :whether Addison was insane booster station near Brooker.
/ of in both games with 12 against flight runner-up. Trophy win- the plant first announcedin
the season and their government" and that the responsibility pany agreed to give the neces- at the time of the murder 11 is estimated that payrolls werp
first conference
Green Cove and 10 against Rescue UnitAn in picture were: G.fccomb. November of 1960. ConstrueLion'
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1 sary right of if the routeof 9iiot
way
for better govern- I as he claims. during construction; of the
victory by
nipping Live Santa Fe. 3rd flight winker of the oil
hinged
r Oak 57-55 Tuesday night Jan- ment ultimately came back to the highway through its Pavlas' attorney, Lacy ,Ma- plant will total around $1,000-: plant
uary 23.Junior. .Idle.this Friday the Tornadoes -, the people. property was shifted eastward :hon ,Jr., told the court he had appeal was made to the ; o* Johnson 2nd flight the Houston Corporation's application -
will take on Lake Butler I nearer th railroad., This was V Bradford Civil Defense ,..winner.: Harry Hatcher, 1st. 000.When ,to the Federal Power
County
lIIi Dave Ingram pouredin The representative praisedthe no intention of filing a motion'questioning completed the plant,
27 points as Starke Saturday, January 27 over Jaycees as "men of action I desirable from the! company's V: : the sanity of Rescue Unit at the last.re. Ihghtj winner. largely automated, will have Commission for authority to

came a five point Live over-Oak 't. ere at 7 p. m. and next Tues- who often have reached their I standpoint to keep the highway :Pavlas, but would ask that the gular meeting to make their Miniature trophies were around 20 employees i increase 1t.. pipeline capacity

lead in the final to day, 'January 3tf. wil/ see.Fer- goal before they found out it from splitting the property i ndictment be thrown out. services) available in out-of- presented by Ted Fox) the club Initially the plant will be in Florida. Many months were

win. The local's record quarter nandina's Pirates on the local was impossible." and challenged where it plans to mine ilmenite Douglas 'said he intends to the city Jire protection and pro, Ao Mrs. Bobby McRae as used to extract LP liquid petroleum required ,before the FPC gave
now floor at 630.: Both nights will at some future date. the "most faithful" woman its final certificate approving
.
work.It
stands at three wins 12 the group to take an even j show that Addison's alleged insanity rescue ] gas and natural gasoline -
J Josses and feature varsity and Jayvee zaore active part In.,civic Affairs Griffis' stated that he plan. j! is of ,a..type': caned yas .'stated that,such .A,'.golfer. ,, and Mrs. H. A.'Bishop from the natural gas I.the'expansion last: fall.
: naVTDfl a ,new "sfofe in a 'j"chronic brain syndrome:. unit fcpuld be of great assist-' 'i St. Ss the woman_ goKer who V -
games. in the future. convulsive V
\Vp'rp.. .o a W...... hoffer..... ... "nt
.wo. MVIV location close to his had shown the most'Jmprove- Crackdown Continues .
ioC -present '.diSOrder with'psycbos- ance in salvaging personal V
we've of tough to >- -'- -
games j .. .. building. E. L. Isenberg general -j 3." property, as well as helpingIn ment. V
play( also Coach Edwin Landsaid' '101 manager of Florida Reptile 'Among the witnesses Douglas fire.fighting where regular I'' The main trophy [picturedin
Woman Arrested In Raid
of the Tornadoes' first
Land, also announced plans said he,will use to proveAddteon's city facilities are not avail- center], donated by H. ,A.
conference win. Backing upIngram's for rebuilding the zoo in a location asserted insanity at able. Help and support was Bishop.Jr.., must be won three

fine effort was Billy on 301, not yet deter- 'the* time ofthe' murder are offered toward securing a times noL necessarily in -succession On City Whiskey

Anders Williams with 8 points John '. ._ ____ '. .' P$4 mined. Dr s*{m t-talIfubs, a Tampa suitable vehicle that could be ] before passing into I Illegal ,
with 6, and Herb Nel-
psychiatrist and neurologist; worked into a tank truck cap- permanent possession. .
1 ion. Arthur Holliday. and Bill Starke Gridders the first Continuing the crackdownon Chief William Bosser One
Rev. BarneyAndrews of Jacksonville able of carrying and pumping Terwillegar won
I Jackson with 2 each. the illicit sale of alcoholic gallon of moonshine and five
First AlternatesFor ,: : Baptist minister; water. leg on the big trophy by defeating -
.I However it was the same old a 36-hole beverages in Starke, city and one half pints of bonded
HI in
Fred Andrews Of Lake Butler The Rescue Unit members I Bishop
tory last weekend as the Tornadoes -. police and state beverage whiskey were confiscated in
V
3 All-Star GameTwo .
a, :farmer .and stockman; agreed to discuss the appeal i finals by margin of 3 and 2.
went down before in the raid made at 10:30: m.
January a.
agents a Sunday
7 Mrs. Fred Andrews, Addison's further, and to look into the Seventy-two players participated -
I. Gieen Cove Friday 59-43 and Bradford High School of another in the tournament. 21, raid arrested Sis Luerck of Sunday. Police Lieutenant
mother and"Mrs. Barney Andrews possibilities adding
Saturday to Santa Fe, who is football players, quarterback ;, East Wilson Road. Billy Overstreet and Patrol-
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Addison's sister. service in rescue work. Seven
) leading the conference 53-30. _____ Irwin Martin and end Hallie The is in the Brad- man Kenneth Fuquay represented
i- ; 4 _ ,. = and Pavlas were the members of the unit have just woman>
Santa Fe was out in/.front of Seymour have been selected as fugitives Addjson:in a massive eight- completed a 14-hour course in 522 Employed ford County Jail under bonds: : the city police in the
J
the Tornadoes all the way but _., .. ... irst alternates to play in'the the totaling $3,000 from four war-
: 'C'; :' C. day.manhunt touched off last fire rescue work given by At Prison Now raid.Mrs.
Green Cove's Blue Devils had North-South Florida. High rants Luerck is the third
Sheas
LQctober! 26 when Gasque was Florida Fire College in Ocala. signed against her.
to come from behind in the School All-Star football gameto shot through the heart and Certificates were given to The Florida State Prison at charged Sunday with person arrested in the past

A third period for their win. -. be played in Gainesville lungs when' he came upon the those taking the full course. Raiford now has a total of 522 possession of moonshine and! few months for illegal sale of

John Williams led the scoring X'c... August 4.Martin. two men, hiding in the under- The Rescue Unit will discuss II employees. Residents of Union the sale of tax paid whiskey I alcoholic beverages in the city

for the Tornadoes in both '." .... was selected as first growth, between Baldwin and the fire protection phase of County lead the list in numbers in a dry county with a $1,000 in the crackdown led by newly

games with 16 points against : alternate as a back and Seymour ,Maxville.! its program at the regular totaling 162 Bradford bond on eash of two warrants. elected Mayor Randal Chltty

A -Green Cove and 13'against __m ___...__ _'____,, -..ITtrTL.TmU....._. Tfr-fl_ '.__c --- as_ an--- end--- in--- this district Gaque was a member of V a ; meeting in the American County is second. with 135 employed She is also under two other' and Chief Rosser. Starke Ne-

which Includes all of posse searching for the two Legion hall tonight [Thurs- Duval County has 53,. bonds of $500 each for the sale gress, Carrie Small and Mike

A Bantam Basketball Souihside Pupils Getting BridgeTo Jacksonville Macclenny, Lake men who, earlier in the day, day] at 7:30. All members are and Baker County 39. Clay of tax paid whiskey in a dry Ktondes. who lives on west

City, Starke, Green Cove, Or- nad disarmed a Duval County urged to attend this important County has 31, and Columbia V county. Brownlee Street, were arrested
Play Opens Monday Park Keystone Heights, 24. 'the first multiple raid, and
ange County According to Starke Police in
The
I patrolman at gunpoint. meeting. _ I __a .
Lake Butler, and Baldwin- Kionaes was.arre te<1 a second
Bantam League basketball, Ensure Safe Walk To SchoolThe Adding much prestiege to : time on tqe same charges

_ for boys 9-12 years of age the fact that the two Starke .r t three weeks after the first
'
will open play Monday afternoon gridders were selected as first ; I c PWL raid V ,
V
new wooden bridge across Alligator Creek on E. Laura
January 29, at 3:30: in alternates is the fact that ;
Both and Rower
Street is nearing completion and,will open up a new,route for ; Chitty
the ,Armory. only two backs and' a single t i have received phone cans
I The first game will be the students attending Southslde .Elementary School in Southeast end could be selected from from
anonymous persons
Andrews Drugs against Local Starke. City Council had been asked to construct the bridge this district to play in the an- V threatening them with violence

Finance Company and at 4:30Brooker : so that students could reach the school on foot and by bicycle nual all-star contest, BUS % : if they did not desist in

will play .Court Shoe without using heavily travelled State Road 100. The bridge Football Coach Lennard Register : __ their efforts to control the

-$ Repair. These games will be is a Joining city-county effort with the city paying for material said. First alternate sale of whiskey within Starke

played every Monday and Friday and the county providing labor. means that Martin or Sey- city limits. Both have shownno
afternoons'at the Armory nourwil1bethefirsttOrtplace -
let-up so far,
however.
I, and the public is invited to Negro Knifed Language BarrierTo any back ,or end that = 2- V

come out and support, the cannot participate in the _1 'fl. .
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teams, according to CIty Recreation game. V Auto Burns,
In ScuffleA Beating Reds, $i4tji41re;
Director' Buddy Elliott Both Seymour and Martin V: __ ___ Is Total Loss

scuffle in a Negro cafe Rotary: Is ToldThe tarred for the 'orni.does'in ,..".>... fl -I -, gssusai....,_ s ...is... ""'-fS_tVTPWWWV" s tsfss ,WUW'W.
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thenundefeated 1961 season. TVV A 1955 Chevrolet station
Tommy DeSue's Place in the .
Pleasant Grove section three importanc of languagen I. and the &tall end has a grant- You Block :Me And 111 Block You I wagon owned by William
March of Dimes with the Godwin north Thompson
miles west of Starke on the i the understanding and com- In-aid scholarship
University of Florida. Billboards street Starke. was a total loss
Brownlee Road, put'a 22-year-1 stUng: of Communism& ,In.Battle. Of The
DANCE as it caught fire and burnedat
old, Negro man in the hospital (liscussed at the Rotajry Club
with a knife wound in his Car Tag Sales approximately 7:30 p. m.

USO Building. i: side on Sunday, Jan. 14. Wednesday by I* H. Gibson, Slow'"Mighty One Leads To Another! V Monday January 21.

I ,According to Deputy Sheriff C lirectsr"of Adult Education.The 'Mighty Sign Godwin was traveling weston

'Saturday, Feb. 3' Willard WiOams. the victim speaker said that Ian slow" was the answer Wm ...-iv to visit' his brother n

_j -9:00: Till 1:00 .was David Frasier. 'who lives gu ge barriers seriously ham- received in the office of Lawtey the Bradford tain they're just ekeing out walk, but was advised this Again by "coincid nce" in) in-laW; ;' Marklee Griffis, on _
at 1503 North Grant Street in j the Farmer's Market Road
per our better relations with county Tax Collector J. R. County town that manages to a living. exception to company policy a large truck in recent weeks,
Music Starke. Charged'with knifing east of,U. S. .301 north when
By other countries and strongly Kelly; when an inquiry was" make occasional headlines' in But to get back to our could not be made. has been parked on the pro- of
the seemed to out
I Frasier: .starke Negress Edna car run
DO-RE-MI\ COMBO adult made Monday about how license spite of its surface. t u1etnes&13 story. Shortly after that a huge perty of the Shell station ina
lecommended that and stalled. He walked So
l Mae Covington 28. Wil- every ga*
tag sales were progressing. at it again. Seems it an started when anew "ICE" sign was erected on the spot that "just so happens"to
$3'Per Couplet Lams said' the cutting occurred have a speaking knowledge oat short distance to his brother-
This time it's a battle of line of the Gulf station obstruct the second Golf
station -
t when the scuffle began be- Standard was property in-law's home to get gas and
least one foreign language. According to Kelly's figures billboards engendered by a about which coincidence"m station from the view of
I'tween four Negro ,men and built at Lawtey a year "by when the two returned to thercene _
He said that several language have been purchased fiercely competitive situation Standard motorists driving south on U.
.- women and the Covington only 950 tags ago and the company in keeping obstructed the the automobile was a- _
woman pulled a knife.Driver's courses are now being offeredin for the J1l0le than 6,000 between many service stations with its policy erected station from the view of motorists S-301. blaze. _

This Space Contributed adult night classes open to I automobiles in Bradford County 11h too much gasolinefor metal "guard rails" along both headed south on U. S. As can be noted from above The Starte Fire Depart

the public. and deadline for purchasinga sale to too few customers.If sides of the property line. Extending photographs, the owners ofboth _
ment summoned but the
_ Weekly to Publicize I : Licenses Gibson,deplored the fact that: tag is February 18. you, don't, think ifs. been to the sidewalk the 301.And now the plot thickens.It the blocked-out Standard car was was a, total loss by the _

Community Events by Deadline January 31) while the last legislature passeda The collector urged an car, a* rough year ask any service ran made difficult. for big just so happened that the station and the blocked- time firemen and Bradford

i law requiring the'teaching of: owners to purchase their; license station operator. ,Almost a I trucks to turn into and out of manager of the Standard station out Gulf station have resorted Deputy Sheriff Wfflard Williams .

The Community : January 31 is the deadline an Americanism vs Communism L tags well before the dozen have changed hands in a. Gulf service station next has a brother who oper- to putting signs on automobiles -

!Iforail peop) born in the course in the public schools,p deadline to avoid a last minute Starke daring the past three door. The Gulf; ] man asked ates a Shell station a block I parked on the street in ) arrived at the scene Just _

State Bank I, month of January' to obtain. adequate funds for the effective rush on his office and also BKsStis, aeCGpfe are stffl lookIng Standard to leave off the farther north on 301. Adjoining front of their establishments.Bo east of the Parmer's Market. _

.-- -.' .their, drivers: ,,licenses_ at the teaching of.such a.course,were to ensure themselves: prompt; for lessees, and those whoareatm :. rails,'or at least cut them back I the Shell station, on the far, no one has figured out i Cause of the fire was ho\ _

office of the County Judge. not provided. :.. .' service and no wafflng: d the business main- ,come distance. from I the side- I south, is another Gull stattan. a way to get around that known, W"1'bald.. ,







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.-. :L'P.,: -,Rafuse is-a medical f' ...4 .. "'.:7.r.i -"-... --'fi", _'.,....
.. patient in Doctor's Hospital. :' :.;:'t!: ._";>. -.. .'.' .J.::;'. _, i iI I i i demands T. Frank rg-aiiist Landrum.the e--tat dmt.. i-t, :
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Mr. and :Mrs. Gene Cornell : Vacinate ForEncephalomyelitis CHURCH SCHEDULE !j
: are htrij| notified and re<|iii"-n l
[ w and son JJ!. Daytona .$ech :, to file their claims in the officr i
t i Sunday School, 10 a. m I I of the County judge of Brao-
r + .ire' ,f '
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. ford County. Florida in tli. t
T: Quigley )one-day last week ii; Morning Worship 11 a. m >! ""iintv Court House at Stark.'
3 4 = The State Board of Healthis
i Florida within eight ulend.1.munths +
CarnelTis Training Union 6
'A 7t1wujraMoorT Mr. nephew of the p. m- .
from the date of thafirst
.. Pui ear-oast now urging horse owners to
: E ; Quigleys.Mrs. ... ',il Evening Service 7 p.? m. Pray publication of this Bothor -..
i r .. .>/ :.'! ..,-...,. ., .;. ',. Smith .DeVoe entered ..."' lave their animals inoculated er meeting, Wednesday.. 7 p. the same will bt'come'lId
# immediately: according: to law. This January
: against eastern
f : '* Mr. and.. Mrs Jack 'Rediin of' Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis attended I Bradford County Hospital' last !:$ )44\! '* '- l t'Quineencephal myelitis. The m. Choir practice, Wednesday I 19!, Hli!.

{ Chicago, m. are guests this the annual Confederate Friday for .observation. -andtreatment I': ''1 disease is also called blind I 8 p. m. I January First Publication.2b. }> } .
'f : week of, their brother and sisterinlaw : ((8) SniRtKY LAXDBUMAdnxinMjraigx
tea given by the Jackson- 'f:1: staggers in horses; sleeping I
.. Mr. and Mrs. J. T, I of the )::afilt':
Hr. .and Mrs. G. E. ville chapter of UDC on Sun Visiting ( sickness in la.The Cosily JudJ I
4 .. rtJ e r man. { Coirt Of of T. Frankilindrum; deceased
Kaufni nn. Quigley"Sunday after On were I' Uradlurd '
.. day at the home of Mrs. D. W. Dr. James E. Scatterday, director County Florida. Hollis V, Knight
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis .Dr. and Mrs.. C9rbin S.: Carnell In RE: Estate of T. Frank Starke, Florida
Land .
McArthur in of the
z 3 Division of Veterinary rum. Diseased..NOTICE Attorney for Administratrix,

: ...Jr. and.children of Gainesville Mrs. Davis stood aCkSOnvil1e'l and ':sons 'of' Gainesville, Dr.of S'nelr y ? Public Health, said ; CREDITORS,. ,-., i' $ ... fl5e_........",.1-:5. .. tl .2-1'. ,
: T and Mrs.'L. 'MacManus '
were visiting Mrs. W. N. North ceiving tine. : | 'January and February are the :-
+ *. I Wellborn, and two nieces; the I.
and Mrs. Lucile Davis Sat- | e
j on
.. Miss Louise Johns of Atlanta -; I a best months for inoculation {
Misses Susan and Barbara :
r .urday. Ga. spent the weekend j I because the time is just prior
: Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Roberts with her brother and 'famfly.Mr. .I. Simpson: ,also their guests i to the breeding tune of mosquitoes -I NEWBPJiNSTUDIOS
of Lake Butler were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Leenheer
which
and'Mrs. M. L. Johns Jr., ): carry the dircase -
w visitors I of Pennsylvania. j
411 of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley and visited her father, M. L. : from bird to bird, some-
and Mrs. Jesse New- !
Mr
.. Andrews. Johns in the Rest Haven, times to a horse and occasionally -j
some were in Folkston Ga. on Il i
Mr. and # ; $ Nursing Home ,in Gainesville, to man. The disease nor-
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l visiting Mr. and Mrs.
wright of Miami.'pere. Saturday where,he has.been transferred Sunday ; mally subsides in colder:
visitors Mr. and Mrs. from Bradford'County Hos- r Morris Williams'and :family.. i ii j j'Little months. j

i : L. P. Dinkins.cf pital. i Carol Bloodworth is| Dr. Scatterday said inocula-j

: ir.tiand'frs..S.G.Denmark; 'Mr. and Mr$. C. V. Ingel- confined to the University tion of horses will prevent the! '

t Sunday for Atlanta. Ga. light of Cullowhee. N. C.. for- Medical Hospital with a bro- disease which usually is fatal: 'OPENING SPECIAL!

I w to aUenjdLtke, furniture Mart. .mer Starke residents are staying ken leg which she received I if contracted by a horse. He]

: Q, Iff.. ;Baisdenand, ,Mrs- at the Leonhard .cottage while playing in"the yard on OUT OF THE PAST said the same disease is rare ;

I r ;Martha kHolliiiay of'Jpekso.n-': | fn'pring Lake for two Sunday.Mr. I' in man but frequently is fatal J; 8 x 10 'TS$3OO
'rvflle'weie Shields
Paul
aM Mrs.
: 'Saturday dinner months. I Styles of architecture pot An outstanding feature was ,. planting in those days. It is; :nd almost certainly disabling. <

t guests of Mrs. Effie Johns. .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy and children of :Waldo spent t change, as is shown by this the cupola, or "widow's walk" I I said that Mr. Temple had a I; Unfortunately, he said, there I
< Sunday with her parents.'Mr.
Mr*. .W.E.'Middletoli; and were in Palatka Saturday photograph of the fine old atop the .house, which was atrademark standing rule not to cut a pine] is no immunization for man.1:

: .iliss-Msdge:: Middl ton:attended .,.night to attend a birthday and Mrs. ,,Ed Prevatt. home of Simon J. Temple, of many large tree unless its diameter spanned Man's best protection is a
and
Uje ,.funeral! ,oa ;Saturday dinner at the home of Mrs. Mrs. John RamPley that once stood where the homes. of that era.Orange.trees ,. an axe handle. Those were campaign such as the Boardof

I : of jirs..Middleton's. } :"sister-in-: .Hardy's mother, Mrs. G. E. daughter and ..Mrs.*UI Jack farmers: market is now located. seen in the some trees in those days! II Health maintains in con-

I : law- MrsErnest.; L oling McGauley.Mrs. potman of Memphis, ,rein Mr. Temple a pioneer yard were a part of Mr. Tem- Mr. Temple, though a tinued control and eradicationof

.. in Jacksonville.. ..-* Seymour Marco of were overnight Mastslast lumberman in this section 'of ple's' fine grove which was wealthy man at one time, mosquitoes. (Regular Price
of Mr. and Mrs W. $9.50))
I Tol- Wednesday '
MrL and Mrs Horace Jacksonville was visiting :Mrs.. Florida built the home near killed by the freezes of the seemed dogged by misfortune. ;i Last year there were 38'

: ber HO!Lake'CIty were SatUr- Jerome Johns on Tuesday.Mrs. H. NoBinan. ,, I his mill in the 1880's. Con 1890's. His commissary burned twice. | cases of equine encephalomyelitis I i

rlQ.ygv4rnight' guests of, Mr. Hollis Knight and son Mrs. Mantic Johns-who/has structed of heart pine lumber, The aim 'ceased operating I with tremendous financialloss I reported in horses; none FRIDAY, SATURDAY ONLY

: and, lifi'& 'David Montgomery. Ebble visited the Confederate been convalescing at the homeof all inside woodwork was 'of when the original stand of I and finally the home, j among humans. The disease ,

i .. .The Montfiomerys aLSo had as exhibit at the University of her son. returned to her curly pine and every room pine trees were all cut, since i pictured above, also went up causes inflammation of the j JANUARY 26, 27

: Stutdsiy ;Dinner guests, 'Rev. Florida -ROTC building in darn home last .Friday an] had a fireplace. there was no systematic re- m flames.a I train and spinal cord.
.. ,ind ,Mrs. Walton Grady of will welcome visits from
p ,Gainesville Saturday and also i!
: Take city: visited Miss Judy Leawver at friends relatives and neigh fine.of ,$27.50 or to five This is your chance to have that portrait made

+ ,]:Mr. and .Mrs. Joe Jordan. the University.Mrs. bors.Mr. .Friends of Mrs.Claude Craw- MAYOR'S COURTEleven I nays in jail.Cornelius. fighting, sentenced to a fine j' ,
and Mrs. W. 1,. Edwards son will regret to hear of the of $37.50 or to seen "THE MODERN WAY"
: ,and. ; family, of Lakeland. were' I Emma Lou Tomlinson Coyington, fail- days in
.. weekend. .visitors of her par--, >and Mrs. Chessie Devi'ick attended of Jacksonville were Sunday death of her mother. Mrs. J. cases -came before I ure to have vehicle under jail.Luethel 1

I, .- enis, Mr.,and',Mrs. H.,A. ,Law-, the regional school guests of Miss Kate 'Str th. B. Drennan, last Saturday, in I II Starke Mayor Randal Chitty I control: and causing accident I Chandler, Negro No Extra Charge For Drapes _

spn. luncheon meeting at Columbia They were joined by the Mer- Columbia, S. C. Services. were !D Mayor's Court Monday sentenced to a fine of $27.50,I disorderly conduct by fighting .

w Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Yakle High School in Lake City last rill Struth family for Sunday I held there Sunday afternoon. night. or to five days in jail. I sentenced to a fine of $27.50or

of Claytonlh.: were; oVefaJght Saturday.Mrs. dinner. Rev. and Mrs. Hugh.Walters Bobby Joe Anton disorderly Cornelius Covington, driving I to five days in jail. I We Do Portrait

: .guests: 'last Thursday of Albert Sparks of Mrs. F. W. Strickland has : and daughter of Jacksonville conduct 'by disturbing the while intoxicated, senten-'- i Finishing,

: Mr. and Mrs: Fred.Leo} hard. Brooker is a medical patient teen going back and forth to were Tuesday visitors ofMayor peace, fined $52.50. ced to a fine of $77.50 or to 10 I THE RIGHT POINT /ore

Mr, and Mrs- Jack Hurley in ,Bradford County Hospital. st. Vincent's Hospital this and Mrs. Randal Chitty.Mr. Ernest Esteban Delatorre,,: days in jail. I j way you write. Came in sad ; Copies, Coloring

: and ,;,on, Dan: .of WilmingtonDeia. Mrs. A. W. Anderson of week to visit her mother Mrs. and Mrs. Henry Stefan- running red light; forfeited Barbara Jean Martin, Negro |.+*kt your fevuite ESTER-:

t' ; were weekend guests 'ol jStarke, ;Mrs. John Mullins of Moyer, who is ill with pneu- eili visited Mr. and Mrs. Rob bond of $27.50. I disorderly conduct by I f BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH 114 N. Walnut Street Phone 964-8501,
Stefauelli and family in
Mr: and'Mrs.. T. H. Slade, and ,Media, $a. and Mrs. i Qlive jnonia. ert Cary Hardee Sadler run _n _.,__ .
loa Gainesville Tuesday.Mrs.
4 w CeL"and'Mrs. 'T.-'T. Long. Gregory of Gainesville spent Mrs. Gary Hildebran is in ning stop sign, forfeited bondof .
W. A. Stern and Miss 1
Mrs. Frazier Shaw'Starker Thursday to Monday with Melbourne this week visiting $12.50.
attended the
Louise- Stern
} r and''Mr:, and MtfxqvJd Benaett Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Janine Joseph E. Meeks, shop lift- 1 -
of Charrat de
ballet
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:A Jacksonville spent the in Cocoa and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs*. M. R. Baggett. ing. forfeited bond of 2750. ,
"-- .wekendwith >Mr. and '.Mrs.LaMar' i Edward Schwab at Merrill France at the' George Washington Morand Marcel, reckless
will
Miss Idell Landrum return Hotel in Jacksonville
',Shaw, and new baby island. ,
to Durham. N. C. .this- Monday nightt; ,. driving in school zone, forfeited '
sonin Athens. Ga.MrsiRay Mrs. Tyler Jones who has bond of $27.50. -
after feeing for ,
--- weekend: KpfiJ Sheriff P. IX.Reddish is attending -
t ; Billings of Atlantic been;ill for several weeks entered Miss Fr fagfe'bJod- Lott Columbis Hill, failureto
ten days. the Sheriff's .
convention -
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beach was a guest last week St. Vincent's 'Hospitallast. havevehicle Under control ; s
of'Mr. and Mrs: J. H. DiiPre.The.DuPres Saturday for observation rum .is home froniThursday} at the George Washing- arid causing accident fined .-- ', ,( .
Tuesday from Fl aiR :, '
con Hotel from Wednesday to ::1 '
also had as Sunday arid treatment. 37.50; sentence suspended. !
t Southern College. 1'; ., .
Friday. .
,... .guesfc.! 'Mr. and Mrs. H. Frank Peterson is confined Cornelius Covingto'ri, leaving J L' 1.. ,I'i "" ( w
Clate lsore Miss Shi Ann Smith of .,,,.- ,
N.-DuPre cf'Uve'OakMrs [ ., I in;|Bradford County Hospital Mr. and Mrs. scene of accident, sentenced toSAT. : '},
Edwards I pirampa spenVSahlpay' fnd Roanoke College Salem, Va. .' ; .
: Merrill ; .
and after a stroke.Michael : -- ;, .. : I
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h then and'ia xay in black,. 'Gables is, guest this week 'of Ella Haisiop. .1. '. Saturday. .. ... ,':.. .",..t'. }.."" :'" "! ',

sonville last ,Friday. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade and Mrs. James 'srlJn.g'3 1 ,t.e ....._. .. ,' ", ''t:.zPdtti" ;,...,-, ..... ,. .- ...
Mrs. E. L. (ff nl essionweis ,. .; .... .. .
the'Tatter .
't Crawford spent daughter, .Flora. children are gpendfiig. "Fl iiaaTheatre '- :";:. :: -tr. ,
the weekend with Mr. withher ,\.; ::.": ..... '- .
I and Mrs. Henry Godwin Is a part of the week ;!'J.1 : _tJ: ,.

1 Mrs. 'Thomas Crawford- in medical patient. in i Doctor'sHospital. ) parents, Rev andMrs.. Alton New Year's Day ".;: .'7. !: '. ': .

Jac o villa; Dobbs, in" Jacksonville.. ", ,'" : '
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I for car theft last week a

I Bradford deputy sheriff got a ; h\i J ) ':A b
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[lead on a New Year's Day .. JAN. 27 1'" ,,3'/
automobile theft from Terwillegar -

I II Motors in Starke and arrested Double'Feature Program1st ,,"' fig'! i ?. .a brand new
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over to circuit court after admitting BOND/ ,

,', ., he took .a 1955 Mercury ,
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January from Terwillegar's 1 and drove garageon it to ',. .' 'THE KID WHO r length
SALE JILl ON 0 \
Jacksonville. On his way backto :{ rf CAPTURED
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from Starke on the new Kings- ,ji AilIlMTI l Pdn,2nd. ,
Westinghouse ley Lake road S. R. 230 Dep- Y
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According to the story Pad- caws er tx .
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: $ rl'Jj. t A. E. Brown he got into Ter- .Cartoon: r y

.. ,x,, ... ,',::. ,,',: .>.,_H., J>r .nil I swillegar's garage early New Coo Coo Bird Dog

MUin-SPEED WASHtNCtACTtON Ii. t. Year's night by just pushing .
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tosses,eadaumbles"clothes\ htoulhot. open one unlocked window .and

i ,- \ sodsf.ter" ,..thl '2deep.nMed -'. breaking out another window SUN.,.,MON., & TUES.

S 1 -\ .LAVNO OYATUSESIESSW.TERthaeothu'l r to get into the room where he JAN. 28/:29;'& 30
t I saw the parked car. He then ;. J
utotnattsr>i l i \ 3 t I opened the garage doors and ti =",
\ ; P>WSM s4ING h p s JBo sro I drove the car .about a block ,/i t
ewttrtaxeitnNsaetld/teegeet. B thelOr ,Elat
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: a .AUTO AT1C'UNT:EJECTOR. sweeps?l I had a. flat tije.'He.hadthe'tire living 'longline bra ,

I Nnttromunhaatinu water.UOMLLCSW repaired'at a local garage and With' :,. .... '; ....'
: I went tQ Jacksonville with a Many women who ore shorter-Wcm.d Of meow htyhr r.'
: I I Tuesday Weld ': .. .
;: ,.. 95 companion as passenger.' ,.,;.'P.: I"-"--------------- --- girdles hors osked for,o bra shot a Hide iitOrlH
In Jacksonville, he had another I
: i I' fine IM1he'fQ/Jowilig/ PloytM tiring toaglbi krai
flat tire which he had Richard Baymer I than the regular Wayftx .
t t .: :' I ceIortlM pnc. ,Uvipg U s, ka Sb dL )
repaired at. service station before .. I: L tb
: } I ?4 JengtJi ift AmerJio'i
., (. he .started back' to Starke In Color & Cinemascope I Ioftgh I most pcpvor. | Jofj_' < .

.. f ... and ran out of gas. He abandoned Plus Cartoon : i I The exdusivt ek He'. oge.inidrff! } ;IV4/
rt the car. leaving his comPanion 5' t, .eo,;4i-1oIoae aunt- __ I C yew 0'JII OIh.uf" ,

.he said was'intoxicated': f t"ojI.(I.I I slue unorobn lute from bust to hipi..."'" riIIt b-
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i, l THURSDAY.. ,. 25 1962
r BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARED, FLORIDA '
PAGE THRE9


Garden Club Mathews Celebrate I Exams Bring Mrs. Ann Guy CD
OrganizationTo __ _
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To Celebrate Golden Wedding. I Kids To School Passes Tuesday Meet MondayThe


I Oth AnniversaryThe AnniversaryMr. < Despite Flu Gainesville: Bradford County I

GLADYS Starke : and Mrs. Garl Mathewscelebrated Bradford High A Defense organization will !
MOOTY Garden Club School stu I
PHONE 964-0631 .
b fir ___ their golden wedding dents returned to classes :;Mrs. Ann R. Guy, died a staff meeting Monday at ,
this
plans to celebrate Its tenth anniversary
: Tuesday ,ta, Gainesville.
.anniversary on Sunday p. m. in the Civil Defense oflice.
"Ii. (
Monday and Tuesday
March Of Ladies Council with a Silver Tea January| She was the widow of the late I
Dimes Jan. 21, at a dinner party giv 22 and 23, for exams but absences -I AU Chiefs of Service
Meets Thursday on March. 28. Plans for this en at the Garden'Restaurantby rose again Wednesday Rev,,.J..T. Guy, former pastor urged to attend this : t
Dance Set For : of the First Methodist
event and the their children. meeting.
annual Spring hen they ended. '
Members' Mr. and, Mrs. :!Mathews who Church in Starke. A native
February 3 of Circle Three o f lower Show on May 5 and 6 Only 26 students 2.6 per -
the Ladies Council of the Firs were married in Bloomfield rent of the student body of:Georgia she had been'Iivr Recent Birth I
sere discussed at the regular
Christian Church met at the la. on Jan. 21, 1912 hade as ing,in a Methodist.Conference
A March of Dimes dance meeting Monday night at th absent Monday but the count -
retirement home in Gainesville Bradford County
home of Mrs. W. L. Andrews their attendents, Mr. and :Mrs. I /
has been home of Mrs. Gladys Harring rose to 79. or 7.9 per cent since 1948.Surviving announces the following
planned
by the last Herbert Hunt of Sacramento :
Thursday night with 11
: Tuesday and to 148 or 14.8
Special Events committee for members present. Mrs. Ira Wil ton.The Calif., who were here to help] are four sons births: I
per cent Wednesday. Connie
tea will honor the past them John Guy Bloom gton, HL Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Griffis
celebrate the ;
Saturday night Feb. 3, from son presented the program on happy oc Clark principal at
"Friendship" with several presidents and charter mom casion. Lawtey Fred Guy, Gainesville; Rev. I Lawtey, a son Jan. 23. !
nine to one o'clock at ,the taking part. members bers of the club. The historyof bit and bars Mathews have Junior High School said Henry Guy Tampa; ...anditaory I Mr. and Mrs. James Hutch-
I USO. The public is invited. A the club, covering its activi Monday that his absences had : / OPEN
New officers installed at this three sons, Lowell of Neptune been Guy Philadelphia, Pa.; ins Hawthorne a daughter

colored combo will furnish meeting were: :Mrs. W. L. Andrews ties and accomplishments Beach, Virgil, of Atlantic 15 averaging cent. approximately and one daughter, Mrs._ Wal Viola Joyce Jan. 19. I

the music. Admission is $3 per leader; Mrs. Louise Newman since its organization on May Beach and Bruce of Gainesville per .I lace Jopling Jr., Lake City.!
9, 1952 will be Clark said that "something CARD OF
reviewed. The THANKS
four Funeral were held
and Cervices
couple. co-leader; Mrs. Rosebel 1 grandchildren
Tomlinson secretary; Mrs. E following committee chair four great grandchildren. is badly wrong when less than at 2 p. m. Thursday in the We wish to express our sin- I
The senior Girl Scout.Troops men for the tea 96 per cent of your studentsattend
were appointed I
First Methodist Church, cere and heartfelt thanks to
A. Winkler, treasurer; Mrs Besides the three sons and |
will take donations for the Harry Howard, musician; Mrs.! : invitations Mrs. T. B; their families here to celebratethe school The flu bug Gainesville. Burial was in the friends; neighbors and I

1A March of Dimes in the business Ira Wilson, program chair_' Harding; decorations Mrs. R. occasion were Mr. and Mrs. almost caused county schoolsto Memorial Cemetery in Lake relatives for their many' acts I

district Saturday.. man; Mrs, Johnnie Welis, assistant P. Young; refreshments, Mrs William Flink and three children be closed for a week but arise City with JonesjohnsonFuneral of kindness and sympathy
in attendance
program chairman; Mrs Garl Mathews. of Jacksonville Mr. and Monday Home in charge of during the recent loss of our
Parties Fay Walters, soloist. Plans for the Spring- Flower Mrs. T. E. Breazeale of High averted the move. Unless the I arrangements.. loved one. The family of T.

Given At the close of the meeting Know to beheld at the'.StarkeWoman's Springs Mr. and Mrs. Ben missing students return to I,I Frank Landrum.
well classes soon however the .... .
Club
I are underway
For Slade Guests Mrs. Andrews served refreshments Cheathum of Starke Mr. and I
assisted by Mrs. Harol with a reminder to the Mrs. Hunt of Sacramento schools may yet be forced to II I II

Several delightful parties Waters and Mrs. Tomlinson. public for all growers and i Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Dillon! close to avoid losing too much I I

have been given this week for The next meeting will beheld plant lovers to begin groom Whisler and children of Jack!. money. 0 Milk In Glass Jugs I:3';
Bradford schools
ing potted are
and sup-
plants planting
the
houseguests of Mr. and Mrs on Feb. 22 ;with Mrs. sonville Beach.
T. H. Slade and COl. and Mrs Winkler and Mrs. Jerry Beave seeds'for prospective show The dining table in the Pecan ported to a great extent by Gallon-92c plus deposit :

T. >T. Long. Here from Albany as hostesses entries. The public is.also reminded .Room of the Garden Restauran state funds rather than local I

1, Ga. from Tuesday to Thursday that potted plants ac held a beautiful centerpiece o:f which are paid the county I Half Gal.- 48c plus deposit YOUR

were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alli- : Mrs.'Lloyd l quired after Feb. 5,: otherthan yellow roses for the dinner according to the schools'
Macy average dally attendance.
fcon. Mrs. Bessie Grace and those, grown by the exhibitor party.: ,

Mrs. D. C. Forehand. Is Honored At cannot be entered

Among the parties. being given Stork Shower miceplants must be in theexhibitor's Miss Ann ChaixEngagement Services Held Chicken Baskets 1.25 :

for the guests were.a bridge possession for at Tuesday For
party given Mr. least three months prior! to I Told such as Carp's
by and Mrs
Includes Half
Mrs. Lloyd Macy was honored the show. Fry of Chicken, Hot Rolls, French
Logan Baldwin on Kersey Infants you at all reason
Tuesday
at a stork shower Thursday Junior gardeners who wish I I To Mr.: Reddish Fries, and Salad. i
evening with six tables of
des we will now
of
evening last
sert-bridge. Mr. and Mrs. L. D week during to exhibit plants must grow The engagement of Gregory Arnold Kersey, infant Phone Order In Pick Up LaterHAMBURGERS
the social hour of We also believe
Vining entertained the guest s! the regular and care for them at school Elizabeth Ann Chaix of Washington son of George Leslie and

at luncheon on Wednesday, .. the meeting of Circle Twoof under the direction of their D. C. and Ray C. Red Tris Smith Kersey of Starke should be ex
Ladies
that Council of the teacher for at least three died in Starke
evening Col. and Mrs. Long First Christian dish of Starke has been an a hospital Sunday : in Starke conven
d, Church at the months. Flower
( entertained at a dinner party; arrangements nounced. evening following a short
and on Thursday Mrs. Sladf home of Mrs. Lonnie FullW god. exhibited by Juniors must be :illness. you.
Miss Chaix
: is the daughterof
was hostess The 15 members enjoyed made under the of f The child
supervision
at a luncheon in 'Mrs. E. A. Chaix of San was born in
delicious
their refreshments served show chairman at the Wainan's Starke 21 "AHleWay"25c
honor. Francisco Calif. and the late August 1961. Besides I i
by the hostess.TERWILLEGAR.
Club house on May 4 or .Ur. Chaix. She is employed by his parents he is survived Special!

5- Juniors interested in exhibiting United Air Lines in Washington. by three brothers ,

in the show may: Wayne Dwight. and Stephen- 2-ROOM APARTMENTS FOR RENT : 31
.
contact the Junior Gardener Mr. Reddish is the son of Mr.. Kersey all of Starke. I
chairman. Mrs. O. E. Crosby. Funeral services were held at $10 PER WEEK !
and Mrs.
: Bryant L. Reddish of
at the Starke Elementary Lawtey. He is dean of students the graveside in Dyal Ceme- purchase

School at Bradford County ] tery Tuesday January 23, ,
Mrs. R. F. Young presentedthe l School. hwith J Rev. Edgar Wilkinson of
LADIES
program at the meeting After their marriage on Feb Lake City officiating. Burial I I Coney Island :Sandwich .Shop

giving a resume of the objectives ruary 9 in Jacksonville the followed( in the family plot !

A 1 of a flower show the, couple will reside at Kingsley under direction of DeWitt C. 516'' I HOSE

1 rules governing a standard Lake. Jones Funeral Home of E.. Brownlee Ph. 964-8421 : ,
show : : ? -::: ::.:,. .''':::;'::;:'c.;'_'_ ''':':'':::",,-
the duties of the several Starke. I

committees required to stagea Beta .. -
show and led in Sigma ._ -
an informal Services Held --- '- "rrr fi tt .

t discussion evaluating the Sorority Meets .
club's previous shows for the For C. M. Phillips .

purpose of improving the Beta Sigma Sorority had its: Last Friday

forthcoming one. regular bi-monthly meeting
I The theme "Anniversary Monday night at the home of,
Charles Mathew Phillips 75,
I Waltz" was chosen for the Mrs. Leroy Haines with Mrs.
died
Wednesday
morning in a 4 F
show and no doubt when the. Connie Clark as co-hoste& West Florida hospital. He was JtR4t v.,

schedule is written "The Miss Marty Rozier and Miss i born Aug. 23, 1887'it Theressa -

Hundreds Twist" "Rock and Roll." another d Leah< Sutton presented an interesting the son of the late John .

fantastic dance steps program on nature. end Elizabeth Hagen Phillips. .

will appear in the titles of the The following officers were: He was a member of the ,
different classes. Anyone interested elected for the 1962-63 year: Christian Church. Y e

'in exhibiting in the president, Lucy White vice,
:
Surviving are one brother,
show may contact the General 1 president, Betty Jane Morgan; Wm. W. Phillips and one IrELAMOUREST:

Qf f Dollars Chairman, Mrs. P. T. Nolin. treasurer, Louise Stern; corresponding sister Mrs. C. A. Cox, both of

Committee reports of cur secretary Gwen 1 Hampton. ,
rent activities Moxley; officer, aN A
were interestIng executive Mary Funeral services were held

: and varied, among Rum Simpson; recording sec at 4 p. m. Friday in Jones

others plans for transplant rotary Marty Rozier.. Memorial Chapel with Rev. NIJtJf. 6fiut fih

ing shrubs in the Roadside Merle Packham officiating. + a ? t

Park moving other' plantsnecessitated Lance Reunion Burial will be In Hope Ceme- sY; ( yyby

'by road construe tery under direction of De- M
Is
tion, and a report from the Weekend EventA Witt C. Jones Funeral Home. )
committee that decorated to na t' Button>fr.aquiltad
y ,
Nov I the recent Chamber of Commerce A family reunion and b'u'thServices le R
banquet. Working on day celebration was held at Held U domotlc 115

r I that committee were Mrs. M. home of Mrs. M. W. Lance last' For Mrs. Dowling r ,or Ywa
weekend in celebration of Mrs.Lance's .
i I F. Hazen. Mrs. J. D. Doyle
and her son Charles', In Jacksonviller r '
Mrs. Russell Norman and Mrs. Lion x? Silver
I' Smith DeVoe. birthdays which fell on Jan. I 1.r '
Attending the gathering services for Mrs. Label'
,
: A dessert course was served
: Saturday and Sunday were ; Mary Ruth Dowling 63. were
I curing the social hour by the Mrs. R. N. CarsweU Mrs. Tommy ,' held at 2 p. m. Saturday in *Twin or cfou .BI._rtr.M or box ipring fool rvbttfIn

NEW AND USED I hostess committee: Mrs. Harrington Gray and daughters and the chapel of Key-McCabe fl" In Htt only Povblfl wt foam add f 20 per ttb
Mrs J. D. Seymour,
Mr. and Mrs. 'Billy James, s& Funeral Home In Jacksonville. nt
5 8 Mrs. Palmer Williams and
,
CARS & TRUCKSTO of Waycross, Mr. and Mrs.; Burial was in the Jacksonville i- CQ11yt .
Mrs. Harry Mooty. E ,.
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SELECT FROM I Charles Lance and family of Memory Gardens: Cemetery. !
St. Simons Island Sheriff and. Mrs. Dowling was the wife

I I Mrs. Oscar Davis Mrs. B. R. Quinn and son of o f.Earnest L. Dowling; of Jack- .lof". ,a a 1 o *. r Now,fw de fnt! tirolr I

i Is Honoree At Inverness Mr. and Mrs Elmer : sonville. She was a native of : ,'_*%
Chappell of Jacksonvilleand Jacksonville and member of i Malone GlAMOURfST brinp

Stork ShowerMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Burbank Methodist Church. Besides _.,
1 Bank Billy! :- J' ?a,, you MM Greatest combtnofon of
Financing. and family of Fernandina 1 1I. her husband, she is survivedby : _;
1i 4 '1
: Oscar the :j : _
Davis was Beach. i two daughters seven grandchildren I. l mfro. Voiu.i..ih.blindingof
.
I honoree at a lovely stork and one great grand- +

36 shower given Monday night.I.i Mrs. ]. A. Cissy child. 1 w Y_ a haftAon, bvttonfrqu ..
Months To Pay Jan. 8, by Mrs. Charles Davis.i .4 r'"
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N % 4 damask cori fcfimproved
,Games were played during Is Given % I 2 :
the evening and prizes were :: i4 .
stoping
Stork qycWtf
won by Mrs. Bob Paterson, and Shower D 5.
Your Authorized Ford Dealerin Mrs Joyce Williams. BIC tiS r r \ .N., r Cf,frf Dyno-fta and Lejr r-bilf
Mrs. Joe Wallace [ x .'.
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Mrs.Ric I '
Refreshments were served k I
FLA.SUN.MON.TUES.. i (_ M .
Bradford County later in the evening to the approximately j.ard Richards and> Mrs. Gladys LSARKE : oti. lit .c=lt1MtiOlt{ !" 10094,1I ,

30 guests enjoying Weldon gave a, delightful gtork "
fo
-- ,the' evening withMrs." Davis. shower Wednesday evening of ., ."..". rvbW.
''-. -,- ,'--- -q, 'F -._-. -._- ._ _- < last week at the home of the JAN. 28-29-30 Vi, '. :
latter on N. Walnut Street DOUBLE FEATURE
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honoring Mrs J. A. Gissy.The >

j Complete Photographic Service l games and 15 refreshments guests enjoyed during By Love- PossessedPLUS- !!! r lour **+ of ft***** of 100% few tibDK tbSlre s+rorttae


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Film BULLINGTON Cards Recent, BirthsMr. ., Gold Label sing urest. .,,,..59.95*

Watches JAN. 31& FEB. 4 # .
and Mrs. 1
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Jewdry "Feature Lock"S of Athens, Ralph Ga. announcethe DOUBLE FEATURE NWon 1l &eMe

Bibles Studio a and a Gift Shop DiamondWedding birth of a son Ralph La Third Man On The ake & fidfoiFfeyuHa,

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Phonographs Starke, Florida Seta Frazier Shaw of Starke. I .': .- ..' ,.
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Diamond 'Saving Stamps with Every Purchase I Mr. and Mrs.-J. R. Chasteen Cartoon .' ..- ; h', ,


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....... I Io birtb'of a daughter, Tina' Lea, DOUBLE FEATURE .. .. Denmark Furniture C .L: .
born Jan. 19 in St.Luke's Hospital .
The Last TimeI ,
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1 BROOK GRAPH.1 FcunUia Pea. TELE Plus Cartoon Seven '.- .: : : :W., Call 'St.: "I : : Phone,964-4321

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'F, ,.'.$ time politician of Bradford they feel politically oppressed? ,
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i A" 'Q :: : : : c Farmer' i while property owners and County. | feeling that the concertedot
,,:. : <: .ri ; : I II $ Diary il LETTERS others profit so muchV. m'the Sometimes it is hard to distinguiSh -; \ of the city has purchased

:::": CotyAtf.rn "' SI. V By Sam Mcdaryeyweek TO THE EDITOR state securing and of federalJs.right-of. jlor iay ,: between. right and political favors fr the sajne.

y. Appointment 'I I think everyone is happy Tvfong, good and bad. But I Respectfully; yqurs,

V* f V ";V.V V V I : Thought Jt was an eagle I about the much 'needed 'im- gome look with cqntempt onj j H.: }I. aott|
PseTv!.n'nJ QIJ1iq ewionL : V : fl flf :ac first but'on checking foundii Bruoker., Fla.: provements.Anticipated for U ; :

VV : to be an osprey. 'i I Jan. 22, 1962 ,S. 301, but .they i.look with;,,
f J. .-- f i poiq ft1 pK# r t "Building permits would not only aid r: V : S. I:'Mr..E. L. Matthews \ t contempt, upon tbjj fact that,i

.J JUJQUfltytQrfleyj';; FranJi lU1nprnpt .,,9Ie county tax assessor in getting new I It Our dos Faddle is playing a'[' Editor and Owner a few years ago sd..mariy taxI,'I I BUY %With CONFIDENCESee
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I will ii r .if ll f'i6 tstq:: ; bad structures on the tax roll. but would. I \ery dangerous game He Bradford County Telegraph !II II payers' dollars were spent I

ij been setmission hVmotwjjy t1.oithty 'Q1-! '"also be necessary in ?'the:'enforcement- ::: matches .us working around I pear Sr: : I| upon Inadequate V improvements ::1 ": ? ,'" .' ,

I to obtain n4egLtIon -giving of zoning regulations. j j.t t the ,.Place then '\\"he1e! put \ of Route 301 through j'i your horne-owned, experienced, and
1 j V the Iregtilateflybynight V something down. like ,a plant, i One of the local issues of J Slarke and this evidently because -
: county authority ,to All of these highly important mat-i VV qualified building material dealer.
I : \ The GarSe. : 'already, getJ, J Tor instance' and' turn our the past year was "Why do so of selfish interest. ;!
: building contractors, re- ters were :linger! study by the county i < minutes J Backs, he grab it and t' Our of qualify us
'- mg.longer.by several ? ninsij! !many Bradford County citizens Now many are looking with :1 many years experience
:r "gair, 'irieti,.. pest 'ext rrninator septic attorney at tile"titn pf his.passing. ,It or !hides '
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I each 24 hourthe sun and it. The game trade out of the county." J" estimate pur
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'I |Jl\ankd\ cleaners} and/pthera who make an goes without saying! that they should, :, Tin-, -northward. .. arid .before}, ;would\ hav "been over lon? I There was quite a bit of specu- (course of U. S. 301 through
j"r, living oljlcting! \ hard-earned dolnfnni.unsuijeclingvictim3. ,proceed without ,interruption! and it*.\7e' know' it .the planting date tof \|Q. if. w'. coujd' run as fast >as j'I| lations on the subject. Yet. j south Starke. Some are saying 'I:, the most practical methods in remodeling.

.).I.tars ; )' lt-; :will! l be: the.iluty of jils i successor in t) e"'offlce'to .Feb. .H will be here 'agaIn' '"he can but it'goes on until I there must be some reasons that this oblique course of Our services are FREE-Our knowledge

I ( ? At the tim T of his death, "ihe county see that they do so. V More J' sunlight. daily. means ':;e can outsmart. ,the'rasc l. I not yet mentioned pUblicly. .201 through south Starke will., of the best materials l and their application; !
I : attorney had this matter under For this reason alone the appointment warmthT, and, right,. 'now that j I have seen such slogans as,! 'r
; I memorial to tae personal
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a, and
additions
A : at.udy and was to have reported! at an Qf a successor-to Attorney Land-, sounds good to all pf iis. 1 The;:Experjment Station has i ijjscovfred 'Be Wise Economize Buy! 11 is unlimited-Financing for

: ';'early' date ,on 'what the commissionJd rum imposes a g ayer\ :responsibility! on V :.o 1 of that what we have >i ;Starke Merchandise! andi., remodeling is available to you with NO
thought as virus pneumonia "
doing Stare Stores
; The berries fine Fair-Try
are 1ay
} fJo.alojbg his.ljhe; under, existing. the Commission. .and._ orie, which. in view" ( ,I RED TAPE. Up to 5 years to repay.
*. '. ,0 and with the" added yield .expected in .p iss is form of cho era. i First! But I have not seenI ,.
t u .._J't'y1\ .apH'to'j-oqomnjwid! flY; legislation! of the: circumstances Commission-1 i ;i from planting. on. plas-, f, The 'workers there have is-I j i Where anyoneyent out andl I YOU, DESERVE, THE BEST for your

:> lhat t shomo passed if present sfatu- ers will cert inlyot; take fig :tlr. The I f jtic-'" !mulch'0 this ''should !be' aj!,({)vered, that" the pigs, have'' confidentially asked the peo- lipme. personally ,the people
V*. tes. are not sufficient. Commission\ !:..will"ndpyBtedry\ want tp: 'banner year for 'Bradford :i diplera of a type that kills ple who send these dollars skidding npw ypu\

*' Also under .stud) by the county at- review the qualification: .of .all eligible\ ,, County growers.' : {I .re1y loyly and thai; in the out of the county(before V V deal with. First seek the advice of your

1 3 forney was the county's present zon- attorneys in the light of tha demand!t S. !i I course' .of the disease, the pigs i i i they had done all they could at .i experienced qualified friends at the .
At least, according to the catch pneumonia and die from, home) the reason for their ac- :: I V 1V
$ : ijigj: w-wthi! view toward reconlm! \ &nVd. that'jvill t be; made on their abilities. in V
:} jpfIat( needs Jo>1edontosfrengh.V > | these .important fields. V lobins it should The highways that. I I I tion. Starke
are lined now with pig 1 i I Certainly all of Bradford Builders Supplies
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... we code and make it more effective. The doubtless -
Commission\ will name flocks of-the:big-mouthed ras- Most_ hog raisers around ![County has some of the best<
% -The board ,had also requested him to a successor to Attorney"tlandruni at(J i a.ls, and when; they g o ;:to ,.here-have; lost pigs. in this way :citizens in the world, and V V V INC. r. '

S :recommend legislation! i ,what would be its meeting on Tuesday;-Feb. 6, and will1 1!:work: on'te berries someone's, !! ':'and have been puzzled Some i Starke business people are second :,

:J 'heeded to give irj :.camjnissioji ujthori- also doubtless be giving! .tjiis i matter! 'going!! no I have to "mind the I
I :, !ty to require,, ujldjr pennjtsipr pew some very serious consideration- '\U. :i.'" VVPerhaps* I I[ pr"jo the UP 'experts for J i.-things that have happened in SPECIAL & CARRY
CASH
:' construction 4uti1e I of 4niziicipaiities.I \ i tween now and then.i a ;rrp" ... .. .. I I j I'diagnosis.'' The disease has killed j the past that seemingly have> -i ? ;;;;; -

V,4.V ; the answer jkeepj< I j I large number of pigs, and cast an undesirable reflection; __- I
lug :the.birds,a way _may lie in ;;; at least now ;the cause of it upon the "Trade At Home"campign. (THRU SATURDAY)

I : High/ Twiffo; A q.N.9t The Answer ,.the', use, ,, qf plastic. mulch, ;: If ;: is known. UF scientists' say ; I came' to this' con-
S the stuff could be given .a. the solution will! 6e in better clJlsion'.after having heard, 3-8 x 4' x 8' Sheet Rock
; 'uJatirig of a : substance unpleasant -!''I!, vaccination.i V i many from this county and
I TQWefrflurope S Common Mqrkef' V ;1.45 Per Piece
.. : or irritating to the i I' .... |nearby communities express
; i. ir.s'. feet, then they might '' The recent freezes ,knocked 'their disposition to trade away
The .greaf tdebite lover theEurope'anCommon can, and 'in' .all ,Pjrobability: .will! bring: 'jjifiep j away from! the ferries.j 'I the leaver off our young! sat- ,frpm home because of selfish\ -SsIu'. 220 lb. Roof Shingles 7.90 sq.V
:, Market; and .President :Kenft ( about something of an economic oppressive, and unethical .V V _
revo-; It's just an idea. At first :we I suraa tree: and we don't know political I
:, neqt! f qu ,fpVr qr9 B : .f c.tttiqgI i lutiqn in the world. It I'j : Yes. politicians -,
I : : began with com-:] thought an odor might be ad- I yet how seriously it was j maneuvers. 15& 30 Ib. Felt Per Roll 2.75
I eo.1Ij' ''powers has opened..., .. ... V .paraUvely little fanfare in.'J9 7,} the iided!, tp c ,the plastic [such *asj r I damaged. The trunk appears, i j i- ,whjo ,are,.more concernedwith a I
11 S' It has been opened on ,the govern- 'original partners in trade fieing France, i'"com's* from a cat] but so far '"b be undamaged, so we are/ winning favor or retainjing T'Qa t 'Vfirtimg' Outside 'White Paint

: :: ment side by the contention that the West Germany; the Netherlands, Italy, .as. we'''know, a: .1 il'd'does not.. homing it will leaf out again i j! power than maintaining I '1
U. S. must Belgium and 1 have a": sense of; snwll.5V ,* V [i I.principles. \\il1leave a bad; taste j Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH 4.95 ,Per Gal.
: .ptepare4, tp.cut tariffs: ; L1A embourg. Now Great | : i e ,* !with the citizens who can make! ::1:1I '
I by half ormore: to.'present '.'disintegration Britain is. joining, .with .certain .l.eser-,: Don't let anyone tell you town I
been officially a community or ,prosper. '
Our place
of the fr e-jvorld economy into vations-th: principal! pn: concerning,,, pesignajed as,np.w as a Tree j II the winters time.are getting warmer I If the merchants could hear Free Estimate? Call 9p4\420.1
all the Questioned on I
*. separate trading systems. her agriculture.' Other'rogres European and have several many of the people of one nearby .' :_ .
: Farm we that, the head of"the U. S. < "; : fi :: .. ..._ ,/
nations ; community talking they ;:';":" _. __ : -,
5 ; The ppppairjg{ targ\iment\ from part including the .Norwe-j i stands of trees in various 'I: Weather Bureau admitted .. .
gian countries y.pu'ngj' | would hear such statements as:; .. __ ,
I jof thebusiness s' world arid much gfjarr Switzerland, Austria,,; stages of. .gJ.1)wtn./1 |, that, there has been a change''ithia V: < :<- V V S ;' S
., :Iganized la pr.js.lit ti'tJo cut y..5..tariffs 'and Ireland are expected to come in.. Ftand just five years old, was' in that ,direction but that re- : "I haven't lost!! anything'
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i i in Starke, "I don't owe
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; :aK c f' would be to &pbse American 'goods and Purpose"of, the Common Market" is i aved test-month" from fire ,by I.cords show hat the warming' [ Starke anything and don't in-

1 1.; American .cheap: foreign the establishment! over a period! ..pr i n fire lane plowed rounditbythe .rend amounts to only about SPECIAL NOTICE
:. wages competition. : Forest Service. The j tend to, "Mfi trade iiStarke !,
." ? time, of > vast 'free bade area, with 1 1-2 degrees, ., in the .last 70
I' 3 : /. i-joung, trees have worked their I ? I do buy some grpce-;:
V tariff barriers, erecte, against nonmember '. :rears. ries from the chain stores. and
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; : Somj;!: cpnwn.istSj hoer: .bfjieye: ; way above( a lot of niyrlle: and: 'I
ci : that thole!wbo} warn against the danger nations.. "Beyond that, the jpther;. ,! ghrubs! an.qn! I .few I I get out." All this because thesei),
4 market is designed as'an increasingly I will take When that old temperaturegets : !people feel like retaliating bet -,
of so-called more years they 10
.cheap: goods". swamping :
V potent 18, just t cause of an unconstitutional I
: .the :American market ,are not taking weapon to meet the Soviet economic -'over-''-' I dqwn to around: flaw I: streets that H0f I ?
offensive against the'West1 one or two degrees one way passed closing ;
: into account all of the facts of modern .
I ) little to keepur rightly belonged to them, giving !I
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In view of this forthcoming Saw a large eagle-like bird, I he other does
economIc -
economic life. They admit that the European IackLh above 'and'cear"hi ,- thin blood from getting. them access to a public .
revolution President Homesteaders For that have been receiving Homestead
Kennedy has I' \ : you .
( worker takes home less cash t and sluggish. I lake.
S. thIs chilled !
'tic1owornaPS. Fe _
.., nat.iyet (returned

': I: 'cQunterp. .rt. But, the European, ,worker ciprocal trade l law- which-will permit : note of contempt that if the the i which & January
iIegj Jst
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: receive' ?I' rewards,beyond his cash wage, himto reduce our own tariffs and'stimulate Wh at Y' pSh und Know About County Commission would application was m v-younOnr : ,
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varying from'country to country which '. :trade wjtl: ,the frjendlpo r V jJyourChanberOICOrnm rce' authorize as much work on-I ; please. sign and, return same o n or before April 'At-,*|his i At the

\: are expensive, highly valued, and makeup If IS 'felt" that the U. S. must: *ov& : I.farm property with county':, only 'way in which you will be entitled to the exemption
I toward freer trade ;
; ': -sometimes even exceed-the difference particulalri.vith ---- -- -' -.- --- : equipment as was done on a1 1

1 '. in cash wages. These include Western Europe, or run the danger of This is ;the firstina ,series !j Perhaps the best definition golf course near Starke with- benefits.

:' more; extensive 'Social i l services, such as enhancing Soviet -power by dividingVthe. of', art cles' designed-' give I is this: "A Chamber of Com j county equipment every farm'
the British western world. *:: 4he'eople: of Bradford County I merce is the organization that in Bradford County could geta the
: worker's' complete "nationalhealth" <1 water hole dug. l For homeowners who are expecting the Homestead benefits
1. This does not mean that'fee U. S. better understanding of I does those things. for a com-
: tens plan, the, Fr, nchorker', : $ ex willbecome A ''formal,Active, : 'participant' their a Chamber of Commerce. 'munity which most" people I Then,*many are puzzled at I for the first time, .are urged to bring your deed by the
pension and.the
system, German !
First What is Chamber ,rhini 4JuSL h ppen-" the action of the County Commissioners '
in the Common in: -
: worker's top-quality, low-cost housing. Market the foreseeable -; which $500 to 1 Tax Assessor Office., The requirements for new Home
S I gave
1 future, though ultimately that of Commerce? [ Another good!: definition is: *
i ': European L goods must. carry the load could happen. It does 't' :V.Jt..is 'matniings' -'pri'marfly'Jt I A Chamber. of Commerce is a I the beautifying' of U. 5. 301-; steaders are. : .
of ithese mean that Amer.i- : and at the's m time, adopted I' "
.services and benefits, many of } business organization iJ rdup of business and profes-i
I : which'are: still-unavailable: in the U.. S. ca.n producers-including! .those with oper>te.d'" in jj : pusinesslike"manner. ; 1,jsional ipjeri and women banded ; a policy of making a rural Your; deed must have been recorded on or before Jan.

Consequently the goods that Europe factories abroad, as well l as'here, piust -ButV Chaipber. is :"together to he1P'.-mike their j citizen pay for a culvert to get' ,
': ] think less i in terms of high off a public road onto his' uarydst
: : protective 'more than thatIt.is,: .
t' exports are pot 'c eap. They compete lepres-I community} a better place in
tariffs, ,and i in pel1 .Such aion is notTight. -
terms pr .
more, of. promoting entative.ot ,Business'arid! : pro-
: successfully with American goods in which to live and work. You
have been resident and .
the
J Rural citizens pay taxestop must living on
and, marketing their 'pr dUC B 'lessibnal men, and i:? their'ol-I : a property
:. more the markets'around of their the world because abroad, just as they do at home.V !!" lective: voic t- helping! them to I We hope 7e have given' ,youa S I as of January*!at.f .
I 'r r ,efficiency" production" methods V In any event, the Common :''Market i do together what they cannot satisfactory answer to the Especially is this not right'when V

: and the quality their: products is here ,to stay, and is destined to become -i do alone. :irstV .Question:' What is aChamber''ofA rural people have to, S

:' have .b en goinj\ :up. VI a major element the ,materiallife \f Th: grocer, the, baj'iker the .. ... n.Commerce?, V 2ive the right-of-way for sec f HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PERSONAL EFFECTS According (o

I : Instead of .!seeking the protection of of the Western World.If I I::1 uepartmeilt stqre owner the ; \ : :j ;; Section. 193.11, Florida Statutes 1941, which provides that Household ,Goods( ,
: high tariffs, it has been suggested that doctor most .ot the business II .- .
the United States, turns a' deaf: -.I. and Personal Effects be assessed, there is a $1000. Exemption on this property -
:- American businessmen employ the ear to its opportunities and seeks to!j.1, aid women.! professional :inen and ... t;,>;. V. I I as mentioned above. We therefore feel that the fairest and most equitableway .
in the co'mjnunity "jire iinsmbers. II
::1 sal.1.e. ipjtiajiyq! ; andjlrive.; J injrqi IAqtjpg meet its challenge by; .resorting to the .They. along with ,' I to assess this is by the scale listed below:

foreign markets aVthey use in build- old oncept of high tariffs ,it' .is c 1 p-I help from tle, City nd County, ,ii i- 'j Valuation of Total Valuation
MBLER4II Less Taxable
:' ing their domestic business. If this
were ceivable that Western Europe will i finance activi.tift" i itqr IT
once the\Chamber's t
done, L. F. McCollum, chairman of the again becomeThea'nd : ;: Home of Household Goods Exemption" Valuation
: Export Expansion Committee of the power I V I : & Personal l Effects .
center: of the \Vestern Wo Id. It is the .'
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;a U. S. Department\: of Commerce, believes dire 'prediction of some economic na-I' 2 ,Gr IJ. BlazesBy ., OQQO to 1990 1000 1000 000.

I ..thatthe. U. ,S.. could still out-sell ,lyats'. .'that" in this' 'e\"e lt/,leadership pf' P t'Otlt I 2000 to 2990 1050 '1000 50

( ; anjr I competitor world. markets.' '. the 'Vest will pass from Washington'back : Fjre DepartmentS 3000 to 3990 1100 1000 100

I : The<< realities of the Common Mark. : : toTLondonfjParis. Bonn, or. Biiis-. S I 4000 to 4990 1150 1000 150

c :J et must he faced, for.it is a force ,that selslAnother .VI < 'Starte Fire Department -f 5000 to 5990 1200 1000 200

.. m de.tw9 runs to put out! I 6000 to 6990 1250 1000 250
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small gr s. -'fires wednesday : : 7000 to 7990 5 1300 1000 300
-I 3QJ Hurdle Cleared -
A, .. on the' Edwards' Road and ;ySOOO to 8990 1350 1000 350
: behind, JJack TMwards' store WORLD'S BESTRUSTPFOOFINGa 9000 to 9990 *,1400
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: Jt $vs .encquragin last week to'E' load Board member Ralph Powers that oh U.1)30'South: '; of' Starke. 10000 to 10990 S 1000 400
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\ :: the.- State.v Roa4 .Department receiving, !_ ,he expected to have,!'an"aJ" nounc ll1ent'oizjterestU The fire behind Edwards'* 11000 to 11990 .1500* 9. IO.Q0, V V 45D
(% 1000
I :' bids.. for removing buildings op ,.that! : cohcernrng: the 301 right- store brQt.e" loose when 'some 500-

1 1 : portion of U. *S. 301 right-of-way .of-way: through 'Duval County, ,have Negroes. 'burning. :land let the :i iJ i
given new. hope 'to those who are 'de! blaze get out pf hand. The PERSONAL
PROPERTY
1 :i through Clay County. This means, that 'termined! to see this project completed( other "fire, at.: Edwards Road TAX RETURNS: Every Person -

:: action is in the offeing on the.. four- during the Bryant administration. j .and Orange Street also south J. firm, or, corporation owning or having: control, management .

:S; laning to Maxville.of this highway from Highland However.there is alwtys the.possibility !;i i of started Starjce.: by;. was a stray apparently majch 1' or custody of Tangible Personal Property of whatsoever

"If' V jf "a ,slip between the cup ,and. thrown'out, pf 'a car, firemen ,, character, including trustees, executors etc. should
everything
_ I :' goes according toysol the lip" and the Starj e-Bradford a-id. return -

I I 1dut 1 bids .w\iUh .r.eceJve i oq. this. P9unty ChamBer of Commerce 'Road;f .. I same for taxation. to the County' .Asseseor, jon: or before

_I :: project l at' 'the 'Febru ry' '1etting, andjactuaj ",Co.mmittee should not 'r lax its deter-t I I.a + the first day of April of each year.. The head of a family who

_ti I' .- :' ". construction'could" begirThApiL, .mjned efforts in behalf of this project I. i k 4' legal-resident of the State of 'Florida is entitled Constitutional
4 : ... .This.Qad.'the recent statement-4by ".until the first spade of dirt is turned; a
-I r, -. r :4hw 'Exemp of $1000. household
I .. S .. .-. 'S Jn. ; on goods andp19rSV

I f ...' -THE BflApfpRo cOUNTYTELEGRAPHV"" 1"0'f .' \ VV *: *,Wv-XM&&Z r %/#."#._!J&&* '*f when he files a return and claims i exempt
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I' .' V i ',v "ESTABLISHED '
1878 I tion ,thereon. < .
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\ f : 9L-: Florida's eldest weekfyQpo ONLY RAMBLER GETS DEEP-DIP RUSTPROOFING G ,
right up to.thf roof,plus 13 other steps to fight rust and road.salt .
:: : F 'R1DAESS' Newijpe\fti y' F41iJed J\e kDI .corrosion-such as;' Body panels beneath doors are All of the above must be ,in the :hands of your TAX Assessor
zinc I.t Ceramic-Armored muffler and tailpipe AlujninunYwindow -
- (I -: IY Haathead d
.1 ,before
1 frames Exteriortrim of stainless steel onpr ApriMsi We urge .you to take : e91 these

11 U AM: ;; ". Q"fI E. L. MATTHEWSBelter i! Even the radiator woa't rust-it's filled! .ft the'f factory with tax matters immediately. .

2-year engine coolant(I low cost)!Good reasons why,Rambler -
Executive Chair ; *
$ ; 1"' : V .d 01f1tff ; i J .. valuels tops and the V'. V ,
____1 II., ': :: .ft. l' ""'" -- resale : { stays tops,over years. S

-- d! :e..! IN TRADE ARIA SUBSCRIPTION RATES 60.45 I I World Standard of j 5'5'V THANKS,
S OUTSIOI TRADE AREA Ij ; V S ./ '
.i l I i ,' ONE.YEAR ,3.09 ONE YEAR "..10 j 'RAMBI L ER! i Compact ExctSesce. i..i'v V >
\ .I $UONTHI ,- I.,. ,IIX 'f ONTHS '4 2.00 See It Try It ;
? i : ,,-. TIfflEEMONTHI.. 1.00 THREC!-,.ONTHStaxh .- 1.21 I V'g 'V VSS. I: ;i,5"'t .11 E HE tON G' :
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; ., J t '", .. Thursday aa* Extend M S* cd CUM kilter (qT4 f unty VS
,I a. :,f.I.V .. ', V _hit Offlc at Strk e, Fla. _.r Ac* .( ksnk S, lilt i":: lor.! JODD'S AUTO SALES, fc 529. 4.S. .Walnut. $.t., Starke; -' ; TAX '

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BR.\DFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA =_ s .,HICE. : mi
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i JV ; ai's first loss of the season. \
CagersVin Read Fin/Print were still being: built on spec- 'bitty of the.t'Pe _and quality various features of the colof {
1 ,The baby Tornadoes with a ;, illation and the buyer could
1 I the home desired rest with tract with the builders;iagenf
Two, '9-3 resort navy, also topped Tn.-..Buyine'' '. Home, i see,: ,precisely -how 'the house,j' the veteran." he will save beadach",
I Live Oak's junior varsity 55- VA a as equipped before he bought many
Lose OneStarke's 51 Tuesday. Cautions'" Vets ]j .. i 'If: the veteran will take theand disappointments fothiutt

0; Now I! (time to sit down tor a few self and his famil "'', Mr. pai14
Against Green Cove last Friday rf The constant increase in the: however, Mr. David

I B-squad cagers in a I January 19, the JV team ail, r +t,1 c' : k J; number of post-purchasing'? '1 points out that on today's high- ]minutes to read and discuss, the concluded. .

busy week suffered. their. first was led in losing by Harold ,, complaints on homes bought lj I[ly competitive market, many' i4t

1 conference l loss,I of the season f Bishcp with 13 points andt by; "veterans through the GI;houses are 'wisely ''"presold";j., "

:t f lo Green.) Cove 32-42 but handed i t j Bob bloody with ::. Ivioojy al- 'r'1n'guart.ntv program .that is, the buyer looks at a;'I '

J the Santa Fe jayvee team 1 oO led the scoring as the Baby m Dl'l'.MDtpd Veterans Admini- display of "model" houses 'representing GLASS That's Our Business '

a 45-38 whipping for the Reb- Tornadoes topped Santa Fe -tz *trn':inn to: po'sin caution buyers several different .._ "If It's Glass We. Hare It"

( 1, Saturday: with 15 points. He: "_ '- lW! & a to T00'*.. the fine print be- basic plans from which he can CALL WRITE or VISIT' l i
was followed bv Richard Hobbs ;. .ft..p :sinning. (choose but he can't see the FORNo': GLASS NEEA'S11EA'S

GATOR AUTOMATIC *ith 12, and Bishop with 11. I i On tn H"'-'e hig-1--'v >Pih"f' particular house he will actually I i :

Ernest Jenkins led in the home buiMin' market in mot. live in because it won't i i GLASS :I
Transmission Service ': scoring in Tuesday's victory t cities, veterans are numbered:'even be started until he signs 1 ca:

Complete Automatic : ever Live Oak with 14 points among those buyers who be-'the' agreement to ,buy it. i|I (NOT IXC.) ,

'.Vhile, Hobbs had 12, Bishop come so dreamv-pved over beinomine i .Because heforgot about they "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co.*) .

I Transmission: Sen'lC'eExeba.Jge ; and Moojy 11 each, Andy I It home-owners after see-![;signs explaining the options: We Desijrn Modern Store Fronts

( tl' I I Strickland 6, and Gay Cole insr! "model" houses that they' or, forgot to have the op-' .
Units I Just Mail Us
Repairs 'I' A Pattern For I
one. forget that the model houses tions he wanted included in the ,
Parts I
I 'j The,jayvee team will see action -I, necessarily are basic nlans
f .All Work On Premises i in Lake Butler Saturday, -- -- which' how all the optional and after the excitement is'over 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353i

19 S. E. 2nd Place GainesvillePHONE ,, and: against Fernandina here''I I! OUT' ;:OF THE' -- ,PASTThe frills any of which or all, are,i begins to take note off

available "if, desired". the various features of his new
t '( 372-0372 next Tuesday along with the T .
"The VA loan home. 1 I"
., varsity. inscription on above mond. went to meet the:.Detroit ,car, approves the I
Ii photo says ""Endurance Race The story tells about an but missed it somewhere along 'guaranty on a house according, Then he files a complaint!: A tree that may in summer wear,

y -I Nov. 23-27 Starke' Fla." They engineer with the Studebaker: the way. In giving 'an account tn the plans and specifications;,;with the VA that his house j I; A nest of robins in her hair. .
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ar is not given, -but' 'judging corporation who set out from of this mishap f which the veteran-buyer: agrees:does not have gutters and(
Jacksonville
from the looks of these cars, Detroit by car and arrived in ': driver said:one I with the buiVJp; to have erect- :downspouts not required by!f BUT THIS ONEI!

,, lined up on South Thompson '1 Jacksonville two weeks, later, "We }left here at 2 o'clock. I *;A. thus: 1p11v. can do n<\+h- .VA minimum standards if the NOT
: Street I firs front of where the covering ,a distance of 1,650 j 'ling] : to help the veteran." Tom eaves extend far enough out),;
j i taking the national '
I Coca Cola plant now stands! miles. He did take time 'out, j j histfiwav. ':liavid. Jqt+n guaranty officer ofi ior' tbe big concrete patio slab,!:

: the time must have been at however, for a brief stopover hand i! ran as far as Glen St :the St. Pete VA Regional Of- or the redwood porch onto! :' '' .r This tree like iO many others
Marvs. We dij not meet the' !
feast 50 years ,go. ;, Atlanta: for the automobile. t fice said today. i'which the "model" house's" to Alochua County has bun
,, It is believed feat thisjphotoj j:[ tourist*, as; they left the national 1, Haste and carelessness on';'!sliding glass opened. j I ji stifled silently end slory by ,
show.When hiehwav. and T: believe
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j 'a Jraph shows participants in asked about the con- i!'the part of the buyer are the l i that document is1: : Spanish Moss, public energy'
!| we must have passed them toe-\ ,i'basic troubles in the laslgfled, the buyer has no legal 1 "} shad
I an "endruance race" from dition of Hie roads: the driver : resulting > : j number one of beautiful
i tween Sanderson '
and Mac-
4IV Tampa to Jacksonville [or'' replied: 'Goad, but it was a i i(disappointment reflected in the;;recourse in regard to anything and nut bearing tree Visual

vice versa 1 that" took place i i i little rough riding in the |:; rlenny. On the return tri). wpi ',post-occupancy complaints be-:not specified therein," Mr.| proof that .

about that time. i mountains.: The roads into :i' made the run of 40 milps from L I ling received by the VA, :Mr;David pointed out.

l The fact that "endurance" Jacksonville, however, are i j,; Macrlennv to Jacksonville i inI 1 1 David opined. I iI 131r. David reminded the vet-,! Moss
I I one hour and 31 minutes
i( ;, arriving I Spanish
was necessary for such trips ;andy,,dry. and heavy, but we *, 'j I Until about two years ago.!1-eran-buying that "the VA
harp 6;
in those days is evidenced }by;> ; ran the machine, which has a60inch I I a o'rlnck"It .;this type complaint was rarer(guarantees the loan not the r) KILLS TREES!
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mien intprpgt this driverif
(4g an account of a "long journey" : tread, at high speed." :,: still because whole sub-divisions home", so the sole responsi-i:,
1 live, to know thatj I I
:.by auto from Detroit to Jacksonville : He Added that in ,some placeshe j ;i I I -
iust 50 later I
now- sears -the Ii ,
described in a yellowed ; had to ford creeks with a ; i i
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N Ii issue of the Florida Times- 40 miles from Macclenny to :I iI .
1 ,cater: depth of two- feet. Spanish Moss must be cdn-
1 : ,, Union, dated Nov. .28. 1912, i'j, The n .ws account said that:!|I Jacksonville can be covered ,Do /* Now' trolled now while; trees art dormant .

! f and brought to The Telegraph i I a party of Jacksonville auto!i. in 30 minutes over the new j A new machine has been

: office recently by Paul Ray- "enthusiasts" left the city and Interstate Federal Highway 10.:1 purchased by Florida Pest Control .
Make
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an appointment today for your portrait
: .F & .Co to rid
Chemical
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1I i LBe.nefits Given i CONGREGATIONAL I EVERGRM5N: which will be a treasured memory. homeowners and farmers of this

t I HOLINESS CHURCH i BAPTIST CHURCH This photo was made during .+'
another sten \
\Var ,OrphansParents Whenl I I ,, Photographs preserve the likeness as you are the Spring Notice the flower- menace ,
I, t North 301, 2 1-2 miles out! Sunday Schopl) 10 a. m,; ing shrubs and spread:ng foil- this. company[! to be of befit
now.
RernarryRemarriage I
t "' ,, of town on left of the,road I Preaching, 11 a. m. Training, age of neighbor.ng pi' >ts. service to you.
Young Union <>::30 p. m. Preaching,,I
People's
Meeting
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r of the surviving Friday, 7:30 I 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting Only the finest materials and workmanship DON'T PLAY IT :
4 ; : p. m. Sunday go I
parents of.a child whose other! I :
School 10 Wednesday 7:30: p. m. into I TAKECHANCES! !
1 r parent died as a result of military a. m. Sunday Night I Wednesday i our portraits. i SAE! ,
Bible
; duty does not make the'child Worship 7 p. m. Everyone study, 964.3965
cordially invited to attend- 7:30 p. m. Jos. E. Norman, .
: ineligible for benefits TODAYCONTROL

I tinder ,the War Orphans Educational Rev. Carl Edmondson pastor., pastor.fore i THE mmm '
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I \ / Act.Rufus To Walter Clifford' Swilley. the 12 day of Februarv DIALflWP' \\ PEST S ,
j / i !i H. Wilson, Manager Unknown.whoseresidence and address is: 1962; otherwise the allegationsof :
r I said Complaint will be taken 11, 114 N. Walnut St.
: of the VA Regional Office in You are ht'rebnotifit'd thata phone 964-8501 '
,as confessed hy :you. & CHEMICAL! co
i St. Petersburg, said today'I suit for divorce custody and This notice shall be published

.i I} that, in checking into the reasons control above filed named of minor against Court children you and in has'lItpn the once utive each weeks week in for the four Bradford eon 1 for drop-outs under the cause
II and you are required to serve County Telegraph. I
Your TELEGRAPH Is program the VA learned that a copy of jour answer or 1962.Dated this 8 day of January, Ii i -

i several of the parents were pleading to the complaint on the (SEAL

available. on 32 news stands I under the impression that I Landrum Plaintiff's Attorney I*. O. Drawer T. Frank;91, I j Charles A. Darby, I,I .,
\ their remarrige and subsequent Starke, Florida and file the original Clerk of the Circuit Court :
i in the ,office of the Clerk I l By :Marian L. Crosby, D. C. ;
in Starke I adoption of the child by fif the .
and surrounding Circuit Pourl on or be-" 1-11 4t %-1'v
I the stel>- arent voided the orphan i ,

'trade i status of the.child.: f j .. .- ..- ...; ,' ., .

area. : He added that this iriay'bei COLE "Poster .j ., ..,..t. '.. .:. .'. '"..-.".. -.' ...' .. ..,. '. I I
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CHAIRS I
I I the reason why many otter .. :

Florida youths have not applied . ., ..-,. '.> 1
EACH ,I I for college or vocational ":: !.: f_' <.\. -i- } -:

1500 training benefits under the I 1
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WEEK Readers I program. S {I'' I
REDUCE rH'
I i Although these circum- i I j

i| stances come into being, a I II' I .\ .
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child whose parent died of a

their in this I'I I disease or injury resulting ; : ( t
get paper quick, convenient I from their military service is OfflefA'iGUE. Cu Ku V. f ,

way-from one of our carrier boys, or I still eligible for monetaryI ; I, ,,

I I benefits under the War Or- .
from their favorite
newsstand. ,
j I phans Education Act while l


I More readers now prefer to get their paper in this I pursuing leading a program to a of specific education A : HAT'S' f FUR i l


way than receive it through the mail. In order to I I goal An, Wilson educational explained.goal can i 12v

1 better f 4
will
serve you you find The Telegraph wait I include: A college degree; a 1I I I II I

ing ,for you each week at the following places I professional goal, such as law II I

i + or medicine; or vocational P. ,: .

;* goal, such as bookkeeper, machinist '' u '
Spring tension
Starke I etc.Generally. back' ".. : : I.
Lawtey the child must be : FIRST" TIME EVER ,

I'' between 18 and 23 years of e All ftyt.A x e,3; : ; .. ., N
Buck's Grocery Shuford's Service Sta. age to be eligible for the educational bearingst" '- I

City Fish Mkt. Priest's Service ta.Coney benefits. Full information tax Qli

Oscar Carters Store t can be had by visiting Back tilts :
Island
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or writing the VA' Regional indepandtnffytfMOt hG : :'Ne.w'Homes
r 'I ;..' ,y a '
Farmers SupplyTanner's Heilbronn I Office at st. Petersburg, Flori- :l vx tS rc xt.. yy'+si,...z i I

.Service Sta. Reddish's Store I da. .

Suwannee StoreWayne's 35d'A ..

SuperetteAndrews New RiverAlbert IMITATION' :... :
t TO Bill .
To Live In'AONTH
MootyMaxville (CONTRACT ONE) S 5 Ready j
I Drugs. j JAMJARY, 1062Sealed .,I' i
r bids will be received "
WinnDixieSefzer's 1 i by the City of Starke Florida., : ;
I I'1 at the office of the City Cleric .1I I > .
Siarke. Florida until 2 p. m. E. r : \$ 95 '
Edwards Grocery Harris Store I S. T., %6th, January, 196 at .. L $49 :
f which time they will l be I ..
opened .
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'Pinehurst Grocery Raiford :I F construction and publicly sanitary read for sewers the, I Increases efficiency by eliminating! fat'gueYov can i ,-' 'a pYY' i :

,Dahmer's Rahn's GroceiyBrooker i i j on and State water Road distribution,200 South.system I Ii adjust it 4-ways to fit.your body..Molded foam .;, {

Mitchell's Drug StoreCanoga's The pt-mcipal] items of work. rubber seat, covered with latest Fabri-coafed mate : .
1 consists of the construction; of .' ..r.I' ..- .
PharmacyKoch's '
I gravity sewer jine size -6-uu.h rial).,Wili not stain, crack or peel..Brushed aluminum <'.:,",
Drag Green's Store : 8-Inch and 12-inch; installation .
: of service laterals. construction ;i frame S lj"d'base 11.Jn; : ...:-:
.Bradford County : of manholes; construction of f, equipped with kick plates and .I' ; -
TeteHighland : an interim lift_station and at) I IJ" !1 top bearing size 16 x141" CIUUUq; "
graphKeystone J" incidental construction. Also the r ,casters.jSeat x 2Wi .
Griffis Store' construction of, .J>rE'lI'unpIpe, I ',
size 6-inch; ire hydrants; installation < *
Graham of service lateral;and 1 COUGHED IN' PLUMBING. HOUSE. ,.SEALED. WITH 11-2',
,Heights I all incideiijal ycsit .trucUon., I
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Rivers StoreBelote's.Dru f i be Plans open and to puMie specification inspecion will.t I I' I 5EXECUTIVE/rArm Chai- \ t f '*,:3:JC? !, BATHROOM SET 1SHEETROCK .

: g I I- the office of the City Clerk Colorful, Impressive the las word Jo } *" ROUGH & FINISHED WIRING

Walker'sService' Sta. TheressaChild's I t I,Starke.from FJonda., the_and ngi.net'rt may Jb*Tanner obtained \ beauty Brushed aluminumIatin: 1',- -.-- ; : SO GAL. WATER ,HEATER4db'AMP. FIXTURES

Candy's Service'Sta Store j I Thomson D'Alli & Heart r. 'smootbfiame! : and,b e. Tilt.seat.witbcjdjustabJa'tension : HUNG

t .1. BrinsonVLake !i L I P.Inc O,. 44(13 Box( ,!92S..Xeur-Ilai-jea.JUfiiuie I Melbourne, FlurU* '' .- ..and .odjustoblt) f :',.\*' ELEC. SERVICE :t42" BASE CAB. WITH SINK

-da.> Requests for pUns must b. height, Swivel bci -bearing casters. r
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King ley .Lake Butler i Ito'|,accompanied the engineers by check in the payable amount 'I -_: Seat 19ij"x 17W"x 2's".. i\ .. .' rw+

Tomlinson-5Iaines: I I of 1 1 Q.00, ',,'hichcot p rs 't.hecit'S '
One-Stop-Mart I!i of reproduction and handling -
Drug Store .
t and. is not returnable. y ... .

{ *I a Bids certified must check be accompanied or 'eashier'by o p p. '-r ,.\ ,. OUR .MODEL HOME, FOR INJORMA'TIOff':


.. See Sooner- ;!;I I check than the in an percent amount 151 per not. cent less Granite Gray -? Oak heel GTM .......... ap.en r :Pa/7y 8 til 8 28 Beautiful Models f

of the amount of the hid.No i, .., Saddle Ton i.Twm C.TM .ally'aq'.i. ,
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bid may be withdrawn for Soppltil't live,,.act Kit t
pesiel tsl.Jer elr ..
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I On The Newsstands! I I9 |Rafter a period the of scheduled thirty .da.te.juid(30) days C8rol..AppUBRADFORD. Gttu..tllSMt.

time for the.. receipt of bids. S.
The 'owner reserves the rightto '" i
reject any or ,all bids,and to <.I. No Down Payment On Your lot S L
I waive iaf or mall tea, _
Bradford .
jCountv Telegraph I City of $varke. Florida -
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SERVING ,STARKE AND AREA r NOTICE TO DEFEND : r. 400 W. Madison 1
.Im dicttit C. rt,-- -Ja<.rJ LaRue
("0.-. .Florida laCh...crjC TELEGRAPH: i ; Corpof t on
1 SINCE1879 ,_ Janice.SwilUyr.* X..13-M1 Plaintiff TS, ,I Ph: 964-8641

I,walter Ch: ord-.Swmey, Defend .. .1 1
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'." . ., 'p," --- -. -._. _, .... i ,Car Thief Professors On Top I 47-42. Correction!

The Professors, undefeatedin

Caught After Of Men's Cage Play;, six games, lead the league : The Telegraph was in error

I Terwillegar Motors L 1. I Lawtey Trails By 1 !! while Lawtey, with a 5-1 record -. last Thursday when it stated

: Wild Chase/ i ,. hat David H. Montgomery
is single behind.
_ a game
The Professors continued : nad forfeited a -bond of $27.50in

tT $ I their winning ways in Men's !; Stricklands is two games out Starke Mayor's Court on &
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A local youth
19-year-old
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League play last week by with four wins and two losses charge of failure to have his
: an admitted inveterate car cage .
! Sales and ServiceHEADQUARTERS stealer, was arrested last ]i taking two games, topping the Jaycees are four games vehicle under control and causing -

Stricklands 54-46 and the out with only two victories and : an accident.

; d4 Wednesday wild chase January in an automobilehe 17 aftera Jaycees 49-38. four .losses, Stallings is five 1! Montgomery was actually

I games behind *uth a single : found: to be not guilty of the
had.taken that morning. Lawtey won their two games!
; : !! jpm and five losses while the :, offense and the Telegraph
trNt I Jefferson L. Johns of Starke to stay a game out of first
Seniors trail the entire league i apologizes for the error.
has been bound over to circuit place with a 41-24 trouncing I
tir with six losses.
court after pleading guilty to I of the Seniors and by beating I

stealing a Chevrolet modelcar _iL Stallings 47-42 in a well- Top scorer in the league is I
ANY MAKE OR MODEL 0 Strickland's Dewayne Elder
.. ... belonging to Denver R. played game. ,
with 80 points with Bob Resgyi : -
'2 Devrick, owner of D&W Auto In other games last week': 5
of the Professors hot on
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Supply on East Brownlee the Jaycees defeated Stallings:
79. John Batesof
his neck with
.. !! Street in Starke. Johns told 42-33 behind the shooting of .
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Lawtey has 72 points Doug

I( 1 Front End Alignment !i Addison Deputy that Sheriff he .took Willard the Williams car-> __points Wayne while Helms Dewayne who had Elder 21 '' Buddy Lowrimore.Elliott Professors Jaycees 69. and 71; I ct: 666 I ISmith

from in front of Devrick'splace J4'iI scored 28 points to lead Jim Temple, Professors 63 ,

Sanity Exams of business when he saw Strickland's over the Seniors : .,oints. I

*, Automatic Transmission the keys in it. He said it was ,

the 12th car he remembers I

stealing, and that he had just I CLASSIFIEDAD ;
Ordered For
served a year in Duval Countyfor 1- RATES
Repairs :
car theft. Corona and
; The deputy said Johns rode UP T020-WORDS : Remington '
I Lake Butler Tree Farmer Gets

Accused Slayer to Kingsley Lake before returning ONE INSERTION ____ .93 :
to Starke by the
Motor I way i
Tune-ups i I II of S. R. 230 the new Kingsley' 2 Insertion same ad __ 1.30 \ 1
I [Continued Proi Page Onel Forest Conservation AwardMaurice : PORTABLE \
Lake road. When, he passed :1 :S I Insertions same ad __ 2.0C

he attempted to inspect the the Bradford County Hospital : :: ;

Motor Overhaul i: trunk of their car the men Johns Policeman was spotted Billy by Overstreet Stark':i G. Langford ofr r consulted with and followed'the Each word over 20 ______ 5c : TYPEWRITERS

( erpowered the patrojman : Lake Butler was recently a- advice of the local farm i i -
who had been alerted of the j
1 warded an American Tree'' forester. i 25c EXTRA CHARGE FOR :
handcuffed him to a tree,, and theft and was patrolling the I i
!, **\"H. I! Farmer Certificate in recog- ; Other activities on the | KEYED ADS OR ADS NO1 !
Undercoating fled. The patrolman managed area. Johns spotted the police-j I: nition of the outstandingforest Langfor-d Tree Farm have been I, PAID IN ADVANCE i -'e
and sped off wn Colley
man
: to free himself and gave chaseto ; conservation work he { timber harvesting, complete |
Road with Overstreet chasing ]
the men, who abandoned has carried out on his pro-i protection from woods fires, '!'I CARDS OF ThANKS

I Brakes Relined : their car in the woods. The him Continuing in a squad down car.S. R. 100, i I,]|. perty in Union and Columbia. and fireline plowing. A side- j to 50 words 2.50 SOLDON it.
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I i Counties.The presentation was I line to forestry has been the:1! I '
trunk of the car was later the Keystone Road the youth i I Each word over 50 ____ 5t i EASY TERMS .
made by District Forester J. raising of purebred beef cattle j
I found to be well stocked then turned right on a, .
I I with '1 Frank Lee [left] of the Florida In the management of his tree j
graded road just opposite the
assorted burglary tools used I Forest Service. farm. Mr. Langford has always MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS .
Griffis where he ran the
Loop :
FACTORY : by Addison and Pavlas in several Mr. Langford operated a been careful to observe I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
car in the ditch and wrecked I I II : ____ 5c Per Wore i
Ford dealership in Lake Butler the basic requirements that
I robberies. ?1t. But before Officer Over- I I II
I until his any landowner must meet in I I
recent retirement!
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TRAINED After hiding out in the area street could reach him the
I and has always been interested order to be certified: [11 pro-
i for more than a week Addison youth abandoned the car and
m forestry and conserva- tect woodlands from fire injects -
walked back to Starke throughthe
MECHANICS 1 and Pavlas managed to woods. tion programs. For many I disease, and overgrazing -

I steal a truck: from Ira Wilson's walking years he observed the accom- ; [(21) harvest or thin timber -

t home southeast of Starke, Johns was spotted plishments of other local tree I I as it needs it; and [131]
'I Call Street in Starke by
along
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drove to Tampa, then fled to farmers before starting his own plant trees on idle acres.
All Veterinarian
Work an emplcyee of .
Guaranteed ii' Georgia where they robbed a knew the tree farm in 1955. Since starting his tree
R. S. Mullins who
drug store in Albany on No- farm in 1955, Mr. Langfordhas
youth and had been alerted by Tree planting has been one i
ll, vember 2 and were picked up authorities that he was want- of his greatest forest manage- planted 103,000 seedlingson 20 Words or less, one time __________u .95 Memorials, Resolutions ________ 5c per wordIf

i several hours later by city ed for stealing the car. Johns ment problems, and to date he his acreage. Since his retirement not paid in advance _______________ 1.00( Cards of Thanks, up to 59 words h n__ 2.50

i police in Dawson. was arrested at 12:20: p. m. has planted more than 100,000 j from the automobile Keyed or Blind Ads ___________f_____ 1.00 Over 50 words ______ .- .__' __ 5c per word \

I Both men have lengthy FBI last Wednesday approximatelytwo pine seedlings. As an experimental .! business he is devoting all of i Each additional word over 20 __________ 05; Display ads in Classified ______ 1.50 per inch
.. records of numerous offenses I i iI i his time to managing his 1.1461
"'d .. : II hours after he had taken I project last year he .
,* .- '-, -- -", .-' -. .- '-.. -- -- '. *' -- '-"- -I dating back several years. .the car. He said he was on his I I planted 3,000 red cedar seedlings .i acres and looks forward to the LARGE HOUSE FOR SALE TRAILER PARK IT'S A FACT that drugs may
: .. j ctay when he can move out to Completely furnished 16 Large lots with patios avail- relieve an ailment temporarily -
.IL- ; f-iID-- .... way to return the automobile for Christmas trees. Much ,
... I' apartments] double town
? ""IIr .. .- --. 'i his house in the woodlands garage. able. Close to down but permit it to become
E (.iI. when he was spotted by of Mr. Langford's planting was Lake Butler. 210 N. Cherry St. shOPPing. Westmoreland progressively worse. Only
south of
Policeman Overstreet. I done by the Lake Butler' just Enjoy a home plus income. I 'Irailer Park Westmoreland I Chiropractic removes the

Future Farmers of America as |, Landowners who would like See J. R. Bullington Owner. I I St. phon 969-2151. tfchg cause of the ailment.

Woman Awarded a chapter project.Mr. i to follow in Langford's foot- tfchs 1 1I \ Phone the Bollinge.r: Chiro-
and become tree farmers I WE DON'T practic Clinic t. ,; steps 1
Langford feels that each ,
IT'S J
t ; 1 ILLMjALFor $1,200 In Circuit I acre of land should produceits on their own, may obtain IF YOU NEED a good steady :'':Sell you we help you buy.;, disaster. 2tp 1-25 11

I complete: information from income but can work only Good selection of new, and!
share of trees and, with part time, sell CABBAGE PALMS NEED-
Civil Suit Avon Cosmeticsand '
| he Florida Forest Service used 8' and 10' wide MObile -
this in mind he has converted : Toiletries. Experience un / ED. If anyone has any or

of about 100 acres of scrub oak Farm Forester. necessary. Write Mrs. Mabel, Homes. knows where may be obtained.
For Person Persons After hearing a full day I Gore Box 3617 Gainesville. LAKE GENEVA write Box 842. Starke. UP
Any in land into pine tree
It.. or to Engage testimony in civil court a six- productionby If
I .:, __. ,. girdling and poisoning with You'll Find Plenty Of Give directions to your home.I TRAILER PARK
cian" jury late Wednesday afternoon 2tehe 1-26 FOR SALE-Male and female
1 mi. SE of
returned a verdict of 2, 4, 5-T followed by planting ; Real Bargains And Plen- I Keystone Hts.: Kids from heavy milkers

1 in I to pine. On this job. as with';' i ROOM WANTED Gentle- on Route 100 i I Ii Cheap. Phone 964-0945 L. B.
$1,200 in- favor of plaintiff other ty Of Parking Space At man desires room with small.II i tfchg!; Jordan. Rt 1 Box 427. Starke. }
forestry he
projects
Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless the case of Viola Osborne vs G. I ,, private family. Parking: facilities -,i I _2tn 2-1

; I J. McGriff.In or garage desirable. State i! SINCE CHIROPRACTIC restores !i
her bill of complaint Mrs. 1 1I FARa'SBargain monthly rate. Reference turn-j i health after other j ADULT EDUCATION COUR-

I 1 i ished. Write Bradford: Co. !, methods fail you can save $ $ $ I j SES EVENINGS MONDAY
Osborne'said that she was given Company C Telegraph Box 823-A. ltchg if you see your Chiropractor: THROUGH THURSDAY. All

.k The Name Is Registered a $900 credit memorandumby Center I first. Phone Dr. H. G. Bol- I High School subjects. Busir

thedefendant, a former Gets Revised FOR SALE-2 new 3 bedroom lirippr R arkp. 2tn :'-25 i, ness Courses. Conversational

'..;. automobile dealer for a car 2 Miles South on homes 'both excellent buvs. No i I Soanish. Mechanical Driwlna.
< Enlistment Quota down. Phone 964-8641. FOR SALE1954 Cadillac !II Testing services. White stud..
: : she traded in back in 1956. The : U. S. 301 money
coupe. Phone 964-3042. Harold ents: contact L. H Gibson.
:g dealer could not make immediate i 2trh!! 2-1 I I Davis. Itchg i ii USO Bids. Office. Nearo stud
Read This Florida Law I -
: ; delivery of the new car The Starke National Guard ': ONE BEAUTIFUL FOR SALE Some Surolus ,i I FOR SALE 1957 Dodge i i i ents: contact Prof. Eddie.
TUomokins RJE High Schooltfchy
she : Items at Bargain Prices Two
.- Mrs. Osborne said and unit, Co. C, 748th Ord. Bn., : : ,; Truck. 11>2 ton short wheel j
-. was never able to reach a,satisfactory has received a revised Quota'i 8-Pc. Dining I Gas Hot Water Heaters. One I base. Dual wheel. Good tires.I'_
Lot Church Windows. One Lot
settlement with him for in the six months I new. Call 845-3617 Hilliard.I FOR RENT-2 bedroom '!
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) inputs I Asbestos Sidin'? and Shingles. unfurnished
shall "
.:: "It be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined hertia, tot after repeated: attempts to Active Duty'Training program j Room SuiteEXTENSION il r One Array Stove. Heater]. -Fla.-_Collect. tfehg I I house at 431 N st.

trade. The suit was originally I One Row Boat. Twelve Ft. Clair 8t. See J. I.. Silcox.
for February and March allowing -:, TABLE CLEAN SWEEP SALE Gen
.:::1 .ngage in business herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein de One ElPctrif Lawn Mower' 2tn 2-1
filed in 1959. those who enlist with- i! eral Electric Appliances. Pr1csslashed J_
ji ...' The civil suit of A. C. Rauls- jut prior active duty to depart 6-Chairs Buffet Onp,Pap"r, Boiler A F'w Yard Ii We refuse to be un- UP PAYMENTS of
TAKE
fined, without and unless said fictitious nane shall be registered with the I Walnut Tah s. PHone 964-2661 or P dersold bv anv dealer. Get
ton vs E. M. Mitchell Jr. was for active duty immediately -i n p-w sun I 12.12 on 23" Admiral TV.Dahmer's .
'- I the best for le:".s-G. J. McGRIFF :-
= clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business set for trial this morning I .or within 120 days. i Only j Aooliancps. 100 W. Discount: House.1 t.h..
(Thursday at 9 a. m. Capt. Drew F. Reddish] $6500 : FOR SALE ('d1 :t PhnnA Q 4R"1.1tn! ,
H i
I Ready mix concrete, concrete!II
.; la, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit The case of Louise M-Reddishfor Coun- company .commander, also j I block oiers. fence posts. sand! FOR RENT-Two bedroom USED BLOCKS FOR SAlE
tiss vs Ray Collins 10 rents ea. Call 964-2481 or
I
that above
announced '
persons \ cement mortar mix. rock steel' furnished house. Excellent, ,. 1
: ONE 7-PIECE CO" 11a4qrfor .Tr tn
( signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of damages sustained in an the age of 21. may be enlisted i i I oyster ,shell. Hmerock. and roof condition $65. Couole only or'I.
: automobile accident, sched- in the Guard as a result of | Dining Room I gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg I with one child 515 St Clair INCOME: T4X SFRVICE

-- all thnee interested in the business enterprise, the extent ef the In- uled for trial last Friday, was the recent removal of age re- ]! Suite Bradford Engineering Co. j St.Avp ROY Oainpsvil'p Ackers.! 1133 NW 221 C. E. WTTOIKSON
SATURDAYS
', settled out of court. jtrictions effective Jan. 1,: I I
HOMES: IN STARKE
I ,E t ; terest of e&chand the fictitious name under which said business Is carried Clerk of the Court CharlesA. 1962. i: Table, 5 Chairs And The very latest in design I WANTED: LISTINGS FREE Mon. Fri.;ANn after 5 p. m.

I Darby said yesterday that "Persons interested are invited -|i Buffet and construction for sale. VA OPEN LISTINGS. NO SALE Call flM-JUS!

= on. Said registration may not he made until the person or persons desiring 18 new informations were filed -I to visit or call the arm- i and FHA Financing available. NO J Hansen.PAY. STROUT Ren. 5 ml REALTY.R of1,i 521 Pratt S*. \
i Unfurnished homes for rent !
by the State's Attorney$lory," Capt. Reddish said "The !I II 1O.h. 4.1'
I Only $5500 both in town and out of town. I Starkp; on U S. 301. Phone : I
to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or Tuesday with arraignments set Guard program provides for I A, J. THOMAS.: Realtor '| 4RR-17fi6; Waldo. tfchs1::! -
for this Friday. A majority of I those enlisting without prior' i HASTINGS MATTRESS

z their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four the cases involved escapes t service to spend six months;, Extra Chair Thrown In HAVE CHAIN SAW. will :do' COLONIAL FLORIST 'j& UPHOLSTERY WORKS
work for you. Write G. Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke.
from Florida State Prison, the i ,
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active duty and return to
411 on | NEVPlatform Knight. Lawtey. Fla. or N.I Flowers wired any place. Flow-i 710' Lemon St. FaUtk
: (4) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the oranty clerk the Guard for completion of' .quire Reddish Store. Heil- ers for all occasions locally.1! Furniture Repaired, Upholstered

... 1 .ej their military obligation." ': Rockers bronn, 2to 1-18 Phone 964-6291. 506 East! & Refinished
S ,"..c where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not U' Capt. Reddish said that the (I Nona St. tfchg
said."A : FOR RENT-2 bedroom fur- '.MATTRESSES REBUILTNew
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: unit usually holds a multiple;; $13.95NEW
'k accepted by the clerk of the circuit court I nished garage apartment. In- WANTED Listings of all | Innersprings
except upon receiving proof tf drill on one Sunday each I' quire at 306 N. Cherry St. types of real] estate. We at-I j and Box SpringsDrop

month [consisting of two four- 2tp 1-25 i ii tract buyers from Coast to j
luch publication. o9 hour pay periods! and two i Coast. United Farm Agency Ui A Card or Call
1-' |
.. working gal regular two-hour drills on two!I Swivel Rockers .': GOOD USED Ranges and re- H. G. Bollinger. agent Phone t I PALATKA EA 5-916S
I I tngerators at prices you can
964-2881. 426 N. Walnut St. STARKE 964-5934
Monday nights per month. In I I I aftrd. North Florida Supply. '
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i t needs apa1! :, the spring the company I! $38.50HideAway ;.412. E. Call St. tfchs;I 4tp 125'FOR : MRS. PEGGY SMALLER.

..... Starke Agent.
two weekends on the !' RENT Furnished ,
ii// spends i i apart -
i FOR RENT -2 bedroom unfurnished -
rifle ranges at Camp Bland- ii i Bed ments. Reasonable rates. Near TV'S FOR SALE-17" Philco

H'y engaged in business under -.-- i-pus ing. The first weekend: this I 964-4921. apartment. Phone tfchg chopping center. Phone 969 like ,new. 17" Maple RCA 21"
I u are any name. --- Futi LDlw year is scheduled for March I GOOD MATTRESS ii 2011 or call at 213 S. Cherry Philco on roll about base, 21"
St. [Shell Oil Co. Office.] tfehe
31 to fire weapons on the FOR RENT IQngsley Lake / Philco cherrywood like new.
-1 i $59.50SPECIAL I'I furnished 2 bedroom house. $5.00 Down. Dahmer'a Discount -

range. I I Well heated. Available to FURNISHED APARTMENTS: House. Itchg
other than your own and have not had this name w bs : Company C was awarded: I June 1. Phone 964-4201 or lights and water furnished.I'

I the highest rating of any 984-0741. tfchg Inquire Bullington Studio or, WANTED T. V. REPAIR
m'iv unit in the 48th Division at : MODERN MAPLE I' 321 West Madison. tfchg MAN Dabnjer's! Discount.
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i properly advertised and registered will he _%._gs _... II the summer field training period Re--i Bed Room Suites I i HAVE ONE FULL TWO TIME OPENINGS AND ONE_Ii i i I FURNISHED one. bedroom House! Itchy'

1' we Fort Stewart. Ga., by I PART TIME WITH 92 YEAR I apartments for rent. W. Hi tl STOP-READ THIS

MM I gular Army evaluators TWIN BEDS !OLQ. COMPANY. ROUTE:. Nollman. 510 N. Cherry. If YOU have thought about going
I "To maintain this highI : TYPE WORK. AVERAGE I tfchs into your own business.
I Mattress\ and Springs I $2.46 PER HOUR. MAN OR I I NOW IS THE TIME- t
1 standard we must strive at .
5 glad to give you all necessary Information as to all times to provide a good, Vanity and Bench : WOMAN. AGE 35 TO 65. |,! BE SURE to we WORLD' AMERICAN OIL STATION U.
O ..osir : Chest r CAR NECESSARY. WRITE: BOOK before buying any en- S. 301 & SR No. 16 is now
USMI 4 -4 12 training program in mechanics !| MR. GREENE. 659 W. i cyclopedia. M. A. Payne, your:. available.We .

( radios. administration, All For $ftEOO PEACHTREE ST.. N. E- ATLANTA I I local representative since 1951. are flexible. Call me and
i what should do. = = SMLUAkTU cOLORS supply welding and otherI j I 8. GA. No. 1 | Box 603. Ph. 964-3794 tfchz j let's discuss it. W. M. Stewart.
you i 6tchs 2-1 FR 8-5831 or FR 2-0110
'- trades required in an ordnance, I
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a.IM'.GrIor".. I ,I" MIMMMMMii MMHHBM HIM MIM W I FOR SALE- Three bedroom) Gainesville. tfchg

-- .: ,' ., ......I...-,1'1 I i company'" Capt. Reddish said-i H USED ; PEYTON FLORIST home. Inquire at 634 N. Cher-j
.. f. -S j "We invite who in- i fARifEquipment
; men are 119 ST. '
;. -S- I I S. THOMPSON ry St. Stake 3tp 1-25
-I4 !!S. ...I 1 terested in these fields and Cabinet Sink J PHONE 964-4155 t Tel
i BRADFORD COUNTY T"1 enlist in !NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022, *: hMbtr
4 : who can qualify to I 42" 37.50 DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS FOR RENT-C room house. 3 i
this unit" he ontinued. "All i I bedrooms. bath hot and cold! Planting
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.. : Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH j We Wire Flower Anywhere water. RJtch's Fruit and Gift I INDUSTRIAL
'fI'f" to
young men are urged compare I
i 3-PIECE METAL I tfcnj Shop located on 301 South. Equipment
'A TELEGRAPH the advantages of membership For Every Job
: t I $50 a month. 2tchg
..' ,i in the National Guard I f Wall CabinetI FOR SALE-O. C. 3 Crawler Superior Tractor Co.

..nth iP.. .rseryiesbeIore. I I tractor. Good condition. B. L. FOR SALE Restaurant t..t -*..... ,'i ?
*:: making a*'decision." I $11.50 Barnes phone 782-3992. Law- equipment. Earl Cook. 725 S. / PHONE EV 9-ttn

r' ==- 11 ---, : p I tey Itchg Epperson St.. 3tp 1-25 5153 W. Beavt JufcttnrfflitApa
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FLORIDA THURSDAY, a.\rr. '25.. 1992V .
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an auto it is heated. When I ,

drove a horse and buggy thigh i .

school it was a cold old SERVICE MEN Thrifty Home Improvements

ride. Not many then finished 1
high Only the and Start Here -
school. hardy J
who yearned to be school 1; tl RAMC, .

btta 6w4ess/to6r a anoueA. teachers or professionals ofj PK Oar Soil Our Strength; .
some nature. Now my granddaughter i < .
ee is carried to schoolin '
a' heated bus. I am glad.It #; : 4 Soil Consenration

Wherein January is one halftone And'somewhere bluebirds are is snowing lightly here .

and the icy fingers of tuning up now. I just helped Don load NEWSBy
up a body in her casket to betaken .' t .
winter grip the, land. The For BongS of Spring. ; y, ,
home. She is a Catholicso ; tor, ai By G. T. Hnggin
earth is covered with sn.w and -Helen Virden 5o BID Haaa
bad to take the candlesticks !i .t i
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ice.; When. I was a little girl; F ; 4g
and kneeling bench and ; ,. County Agent
Beneath another covering of January seemed like the long- A complete soil i and water WE CARRY EVERYTHING FOR INDOOR
ice and snow est month in the year. In.Indiana fcucn. Now he has gone with i :; Don't Bosh ,TreatmentOf composes more quickly than conservation farm plan was. AND OUT-DOOR FIXUP.
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Vic
our man to him.
I feel the strength of Spring the winter was cold andI help We I'- +p' cold-injured citrus ,trees.If some other materials. saw-
seldom take delivered to A. B. C. Finance
bodies to the Lucian Conner
Gathering her musclesIn remember feeling winters f ,' i leaves on :citrus trees were dust is also good bedding for ,
home anymore but this family severly frozen will liv stock who is using Argentine Bahia
giant oaks icy grip and I really shook they slowly s
Where sap is moving upward. with cold. Now out here, our wanted mother home for Army Privates Gteorge M.. collapse and dry out. They Sawdust is, however, a material and white clover for his.pas

Know underneath the sleet houses are heated better, than the rosary. They live away out Privett Heft, son of Mr. and will remain -attached for a that will need extra tares He says that his White
{ in the country about 25 miles Phone 9645291Complete
A groundhog stirs in early days. If one rides in Mrs.Melson Privett and GradY :long time before falling off. nitrogen added when it is usedas clover makes better
.I from here. I was at the beauty M. Pauley son of Mr. and If frozen leaves and smaller a mulch. For each approxi- .growth Line of Hardware _
parlor having hair done.I with Argentine Bahia because
my Mrs. Obed M. Pauley.both of limbs were not seriously injured mate 25 pounds of sawdust
was under the dryer and almost Route, Lawtey have recently ,, the ,leaves will _sLed add about one pound of am- it is more open growing
Bradford Building Suoolv
dry. Don was home and completed eight weeks I of rather quickly, probably -are monium nitrate. If sawdust is grass.Marklee.
fie call He called the
came. basic training at Fort Jack- already 'falling.. So, if leaves used? in the garden and any Starling used the
beauty parlor and I had the
son, S. C. refuse to shed then. the. dam- yellowing of plants is noticed, 301 E. Can Street
rollers taken out of my hair District grain drill to plant 4
After graduation from age is more severe. it may be that a little more '"..
,and she combed it some and i oats. After talking about deer
Since it is
Bradford High School in!i not possible to nitrogen is needed.Do -
GROCERY and MARKETHalf away I came home. Soon Don June 1961. both men entered determine the amount of You Want To hunting, Marklee Bald "I J

and I were on our way to the Army last September. Pvt. damage this early pruning Learn more about ornamen- know it's late to plant oats .

Mile North of City Limits-U. S. 301 : Obert. This woman was 70. Pauley is now stationed at should not be done till late tals and landscaping? This but I plan to cut it for hay.' I TheNewScripto' .

OPEN 7 DAYS 7 AM. I 1 P.M.. She reared six children. Shed Fort Dix N. J.. where he is spring or summer. May even will involve selection of plants' Oats will make good hay if' ..
ed at the home of a daughter. training in BAAC [Basic be longer for older trees. When uses, fertilization, and other f cut in the early seed stage.

Week End They had a nice modern Army Administration Course. you think you can determinethe practices in the program. Folks have been asking Business Line Ball Pens '

home on the farm. I recall on His address is: Pvt. E-l GradyM. extent of kill it is well to In: cooperation with the Vo what the United States De-

the side porch was stored an Pauley. Co. G, 5th Tng.! remember that all cuts shouldbe cational Agriculture Depart- partment of Agriculture is doing

fashioned horse drawn Regt, 24th Class Fort Due, made into living wood at ment with Paul Hutchins and about off-setting a nuclear and RefillsFOR h

sleigh. N. J.Pvt.. crotches, leaving no stubbleor Curtis Marlowe such course attack. The USDA 'has

It was five below zero last Privett is stationed at uneven surfaces. All pruning will be offered M. B. Jordon, set up a field organization

night and is near zero out Fort Jackson, S. C. and is I wounds over one half inch one of the best qualified men to do advance planning and to ALL BUSINESS WHITING

now. I did a washing this training in AMHC [Automo in diameter should be coated available will be the official handle special agricultural responsibilities
25c each
I morning just a small one. and tive Mechanic Helpers Course]. with a water-repellent tree instructor. following an attack only
will wash the bed linen to-
up His address is Pvt. E-l George paint The course will begin Feb- These are USDA people
f fMILK morrow. I find it easier to do M. Privett Co. D, Spec. 17th If trees were banked, be ruary 5 and will be two nights'' already on the job who are .

GOOD HOPE a small washing and I do not Bn., 4th Tng. Regt, AMHC sure to make frequent Inspections a month for 3 or 4 months. ;making plans for defense now REFILLABLE!

;set so tired.RAISIN COth Class Fort Jackson S. C. to see; that the bark is Meetings will be held in the and will shift to new special

8 Tall Cans CREAM PIE. Cook firm and that the trunk has agriculture room at the High' assignments. There is an organization -
,
$100
one cup of raisins for a 9 inch Airman 3-c Vernon F. Par- not started to sweat. 'Cultivation School in Starke. It will be called the "USDA with Refills lOc ea
pie. Drain. Use a vanilla mix .
fertilization and State Defense Board" for each .
menter, son of Mr. and Mrs. good you ought to attend.
you buy In the stores and use should State under it "USDA .
Henry Parmenter of Starke spraying \e delayed Strawberry GrowersWork and are
ROYAL LoNG GRAIN JIM DANDY only 1 3-4 cup of milk. Cookas is being assigned to Patrick until winter has passed. Apply on leaf spot and in- County Defense Boards." BLUE

directed and add the cooked AFB Fla. after his recent water only if needed to prevent sects. Last week we suggested I Mildred Sapp Office Manager : BLACK

RICE GRITS drained raisins. Put the filling graduation from the U. S. Air root drying: out. an application of copper, then ASC, is Chairman of the
n baked pie crust. A meringue .
a Force technical training course Did Too Realize Zineb for the next applica Bradford County Defense RED

LBS. S LBS. 2Sc of egg whites can be put for preventive medicine specialists That Farming is, our Na tion. After fruiting begins, Board.
J'S S9c on top and browned in the at Gunter AFB Ala. A ti n's biggest industry? It em-! stick to Captajx If you notice The USDA Soil Conserva- FINE OR MEDIUM POINTS

oven.. Or use a Dream Whip graduate of Bradford High ploys over 7.000,000 people. :any insects and most fields ion Service provides monitoring -

you can buy. It is a powder School, Parmenter entered the The investment in agriculture have some aphid, add Para- service on 'farms to 'assist The most economical .

and you whip it up as direc Air Force in June 1961. He received amounts to over $199 billion. thion. farmers in determining actions .

LOOK WHAT 25C Will Buy ted.HELPFUL training in military This is three-fourths the value to be taken to reduce devised.
HINTS. Do you writing ever
public health and principlesof ol'current assets of all corpo- THE RIGHT POINT for, the radiation hazards in growing'
have a new electric skillet or rations in the U. S. contamination
preventative medicine: crops, of har-
write. and
Come in
303 Cans :any other skillet that things It takes'one acre of healthy way you \estable' crops and grains
Ga. Red select
2 TomatoesOR I favorite ESTER-
your
stick to? Cut a large raw po Lucian A. _Johns, ArmySpecialistS forest 20 years to grow the BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- stored on the farm and Bradford County Telegraph
the
tato in half and using cut
-4, recently arrived lumber for a 5 room 'frame! GRAPH. water used for agricultural!
side.rub over the inside of the house. One of the New I 'I
in Germany and is now as large I I purposes. .
I skillet while it is hot. Things -
2, 303 Cans Ga. Red 'Cut Beans signed to the 78th Engineer York newspapers uses the -
will not stick now for some
growth of 6,000'acres of
Battalion. The son of Mrs. com-

.n **-.'. ., -..., time. Telia Johns of Hampton,. he mercial forest for the Sunday P _
one-half $ .s
OR Today .Jannary..is
entered:the Army'in'19.'f arid issue.

1 ,- No. 2Y2 Can Osage Peaches gone and now it until will be Ground only a Hog feRseeks was last stationed at Fort Use More Sawdust <
For mulching flowers
Bragg N. C. He is presently your ,
Day.. Out here he nearly always -
stationed in Karlsruhe, Ger and shrubs. One of our biggest

ARM OURS VEGETOLESHORTENING sees his shadow.:Anyhow many v a cook in the bat agricultural problems is the
.
Spring should be lite this talion's Company B. Before lack of organic matter 'in '

3 Lb. Can 49c year as Easter comes on April entering the service he attended many of our soils. .

(One With $5.00 Food Order) 22 and it is usually cold until 'Bradford County High "'Sawdust.is, a good materialfor

after Easter here. School. adding. organic and it de- iA.
SNIDER'S Well my garden seed came f r
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CATSUP 14 Oz. Bottle 15c and I have them put away.* Robert W. [Bob] Smith, 4: vb%. .

Don let me order things for seaman apprentice USN. son FOUR GAS !UNIQUE 1'WAS s.,. .t is a .. .
linen closet from Ute Jan vy % kx :i:'?' ,: : 'f.Ll :r' ;w ; <
CABIN HOME my of Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smithof Y r ,,. ...
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sale in Omaha. I have SPEED AUO POWER ry 1 V
uary .
with the
MEAL5 Lbs. Starke. Is setting -
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25c towels, wash cloths
pretty
Naval Mobile Construction *IT LIGHTENS EVERY*
with yellow roses, I have two Now-
DELTA Battalion 5 on Okinawa. Be HOUSEHOLD WOU2.1 1 .
white ,
yellow blankets, and a
SYRUP .. 5 Lb. Jar '. 49c I Heirloom bedspread. The fore entering the service last ti .
he attended Bradford Ford
I August 1.a ( frees forever .
I sheets and pillow cases I ordered County High SchooL you >

POTATOES .. 10 Lbs. 29c a note said will be Shipped fw : .

later. WAC Pvt. Sandra E. Craven from the and bother :

I plan to have buckwheat 19, daughter of Mrs. Hazel L. aI expense, '"' 'I
3 Lbs pancakes for I like an ,
BEEF LIVER -- $$100 1 supper. Craven, Route 2, Starke com-
,
egg fried to eat with mine. I of '
learned that in Arizona. pleted the clerical and typing } frequent car servicing*
procedures course at the Armor ,
Nice letter from GrandsonFred. .
He is waiting for the Training Center Port Kn<*. maintenance is here- '. .
Twice-a-year
CHUCK ROAST 49c embalming school to locate Ky.entered on Dec.the Women's 14. Pvt. Craven Army I

him a place to take his .
apprenticeship last August and completed .
.- in a funeral home Corps basic training at Fort DEPENDABLEtta and only{ the cars from Ford :

McClellan Ala. She is a 1961


STARKE School.graduate of Eradford High ....,.' .;.."" .,'1J ,. have it!
BUSINESS mac. v

DIRECTORYAUTO Pvt Kenneth R.: Limy and f I."A. ;; 'Yl,& i

both ; .. .w
Pvt. David L. Bennett, i'n.xvwj.N.icw.u X7Ma ty y.
.yy.i.i.
of Raiford, have completed :'

BODY SHOP I II AUTO RADIATOREd J. B. Wright tight weeks of advanced training ,'
I wherever
I at The Armor Center, you

.. Mack .Body Shop Prevatt's. Garage SINCLAIR STATION SEEYICB Fort Knot Ky. They entered >;;
RADIATOR SERVICE the Army last August and are e

BODY II' FENDEB REPAIRS New Ores -Redding Complete data Sttric completed basic training at :
COLLISION SERVICE flashing. Crank Shaft Tire Batteries-AcecanrieaEUetrto I Fort Jackson, S.C. Linzy' Is We have been deliveringgas.

WtMiag the, son of Mr.'and Mrs. Hay- n._ this area for 25 /
Painting VfitefrinfPRHB Learn Mower.Grinding Motcn Betairei 542 Madison !SS-2N1 wood R. Linzy, and'Benaett',is years: We install a tank or .... ,

> ,ESrnMATESPKoaa Phone 864-0154 AUTO TIRESStarke the,son.of 11Sr.'and'Mrs'Doha-. ,deliver the bottle you need 9

i Or::9343851So.'Wabmt'Starke ny Bennett.in at.the right time.
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AUTO SERVICE Pappy aea1stell, Owaer Mgt, 'ing 'at'the State House'in'Indianapolis PHONEFor
Recapping for Cars ft: Tne&a I while waiting. He

Dodd's Service & ONE DAY SERV1C3] goes with his Mother who also Io a new Ford Calaxie or Fairlane, the Fairlane, yon don't have to drive with engine coolant eatitteele! Brakes> adjud

AUTO PARTS Auto Sales NEW TIRES AT SAVINGS works there. Fred works in the 964.7SS I. odometer rolls off a long 6,000 miles one eye on the odometer to make sure themselves.

., AUTO-LITE BATrIIUB department, where auto. tags between every service stop. Comparethis you're act forgetting ta oil change or Why bay t service; heave? wfteg
GENERAL REPAIRINGInteractional Phone '"-*=1 are sold. He has.been Ford's Ford is with the ? See
wrapping with other 62 cars and here what'Jou'JIlind a grease job orotiiersetviciag. ready core 1C4
Starke Motor Lifetime 1J5 )N. Temple Stark tags and filing,.and last Dependable Ford Deafer ted ,..
:many cars still have to check trrite-a-Tear maintenance saves you see how ,..

Parts Co lac. HRESTONXTires. Mufflers FARM SUPPLIES report was typing. He likes m for service every 1,000( ) miles; some time, saves you mccey. Just!! one stop close Ford has Dome to tbo .
his work. He is getting a new Bottle
>Batteries, Accessorial Chevrolet made' to order. tt every 2,000 miles; others every 4,000 every 6,000 miles takes-care of servic fiU-it-aad-forget-k f car!

528 8. Walnut3811 Brownlee &: will have Bilks. Only the cars from Ford need ing. YooTl go 30,000 mites between
four Lee*! a powerful motor Bulk
NAPACor. Chasteen { service only twice a ,or 6,000 major lubrications,6,000 miles betweenoil
Jetiber Ff and be black outside and i 4Metered'-- year every --
Starke 66" ServiceBill SEEDS FEEDS bright red interior.; He is u '10 -. ; changes and minor lubrications, 2

Brownie A dark Edwards FEBTIIdZEShzsecticidee happy young man. : 'ttiles.When yos OVB ft *62 Galaxie or years or 30,000 miles'wit oat changing _LJlfF!

Phone 9644801, 964-M11 WE SPECIALIZE; INBRAKE -pntaa Jb PtaiteFarm Don is feeling .pretty ;well 'I --...
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SERVICE -Your Friendly and I feel fine since I am rest GAS
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AUTO REPAIRS Phone 9ri4-f 3E1 I Cor. 10th &: Chary B tbR'ELDINGGARAGR short winter days. RiAN bvFOBD
ilk N. Temple, Statke I r God bless you every one. GiiIaxie
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LOVE: MOTHER LURA. ,

Earl' Garage Gilbert S. Brown Thomas Welding I had a' !little booklet made I. SEE HOW CAllE.FREE DRIVING CAN BEt.. ITERWIU..EGAR
of all the little prayers I had r i

ALL KINDS OP StaUari OH t!Serrk Staltat, printed in our dally paper. ',
Electric
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AUTO> DrAm WORE ATLAS There are 116 prayers.' It Is a a + MOTORS
TIKIS A 1'JA'I'IEBIraBudm Have Welder Wffl Travel! nice prayer book and be gladto I

All Work Guaranteed Terms-- Road Service Work Guaranteed send ,it free to anyone.

RuseS lit-un Phone-' 584-7071 lit W. Brownlee 964-6&1 : Write Lora Mofar, Pones,
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*rffjg KEYSTONE hEIGHTS, MELROSE, GRANDIN AND LAKE GENEVA .



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I KEYSTONE; Hetherington Resignation Might MELROSE guests of Mrs. Smith's mother

aEYSTWEByHary{ .BIGULItETS KALENDAR H o{J Kt})! tPR11 f GRANDIN and sister Mrs. Vira Herring

Branch., Library I and Mrs. Callie Rye.
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By Mrs. Rebecca. Brantley i MrsD. L. Thompson
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By Mary ,.I' ,' ?, Thursday' Jan. 25 The Clay County Library AAA AA,AA A A A A A A A A AA A>A A Putnam Hall is in Putnam
Duplicate Bridge, 10 a. m., The possibility that Keystone attorneys would submit opinions Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Weeks : Memorial Hospital at Palatka.
ud'eufsoast 11o14 ,tI tl Ipns :Boy Se ou| Troop 105 of Key- Board -of'Trnsteesannounces. I II
week the $tu
Heights High Schooled camped out at their new camp Garden: ,Club of the Lakes, I to the polls-; for the fourth 'time -If special election i s called Heights Branch' of the Clay Cove Springs visited Mr. note that Mrs. Rosa Brantley !! that David Brantley is improving -

,, for what they-cllP? "sup-. site on Crystal Lake. The boys i 1:30: athome"" of Mrs. Margaret in five months loomed I_ this it will have to be'advertised County braries.! Weeks' sister and brotherinlaw I nas returned home from Glen-I I! after running' a tem

:atives" for the annual were judged, on their abilityto Pat r. N l&on'$ Point. week with the resignation of for 3ft days. 'before the actual Starting this week the library I Mr. and lIrs. V. Y. Craw- dale Hospital at Palatka. She perature of 102 and 103 forthe
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Councilman J. L. Hether- i Icy; Sunday. is much better, but still confined i, due to
'n the Freshman, Class. set up tents build fires, and Melrose Hoine Demorristra-\ 1 balloting. win be closed all day i past week, a severe
fol Stephenson and Steve cook an edible meal. They enjoyed tion Club meets, 2 p' ma in ington, effective1'Jaf1uary- 81. I Also scheduled for tonight Sunday and Monday. It will I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kelleyof to her home. I II case of flu. \

ackleford were voted Most games.and each patrol elrost. An engineer with the du- j I possible 'action on the proposed be open'from 3 p. m till 7 p. Spring Lake visited Mr. I W. C. Burnes and the Miss- :I Ilene Strickland of flora ,

ellectuaU Ray "Wfipgate id put ,, on a skit around the ..Keystone!; ,Heights Branch Pont-CompanyHetherington I 'teas& of ten acres at:the m. on 'Tuesday Wednesday, and Mrs. R. M.: Cason recently.Mr. I es Olive and Alverta Gornto !. home is ill with flu.

rgaret Pater- were, ... oted campfire. .The boys were directed ifbrar!? opens at 3 p. m., Jill is"being transferred to the Ii Keystone 'Airport to the Florida -I Thursday, and Friday. On and :Mrs. G. M. Whitton I were: in Gainesville] last FriCrs. !I Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Pearce

7 p. m.Contrary. company's' Baltimore-.. Md. :Powder Co., Inc. for the and children of Largo visited d4y. .. ,
and.fainily weekend
;t Looking. Ginny Campbell and supervised by I Saturdays, it will open at 10 I were
:i Tommy Bird were theist I i Scoutmaster Barry Wyman to previous .announcements pigments pla t.-He'has served manufacture of. blasting a. m., and close at 2 p. m. I Mrs. Whitton's sister and I $ .EfheJ Bro kman has. visitor? u> Bartow.

Athletic, and Caroler and: his assistant, Mike Redfearn. -' ,. there will be one'year. of! a twoyear4term.The agents and casings for fire- I Mrs. Helen Lawrence will be brother-in-law, :Mr. and Mrs. I been witri cqpfiried toTher'1ome! } :. Mrs// Ella Befasijriq! 'suffered
school today: at KHS.. mechanics of *naming w rks. The lease'was presented C. A. Ford. flu for the past W ek. !
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and -M&e Loyorn were They were also assisted the Clerk in this branch li- a painfully! twisted ankle when
Cfimnmnitf Church Chojr Hetherington's successor at the last council meeting Mr.and Mrs. Ray Strick- Mr. an :st Popular.In to BW'Beam.. Cfcarles! King brary. I s.be'frn at the PqSt qffice l last.
the Sophomore Class, was the judge. Practice, 7:3Q: p .m.. whether by appointment.. .. or.' by. and tamed tver to.an attorney Mrs'Judy P. Carleton head land and daughter, Mary Elizabeth son fyf f New York City .are I II !I Thursday.WILLIAMS.

ola Ridaught and David Card Party Iriday. .Janl 26 eiection; -may"be decided'at'a for appraisal. librarian rf or*'the'county, is in !I have moved to Live I spending. several, weeks at

aaeffer were voted Best The Keystone Heights Women:! Golfers:! Association, special meeting---the Keystone : 'I RepresEntatives' of :the the Keystone Branch Librarythe II I Oak.Mr. i their winter home in Grandin. I - -.....,.--

king; John Allen and Leola Woman's Club will hold a des- 10 a,,m., at Country Club.' Council called for 7:30p. i MoodyBible Institute'are also first and third Tuesdays I'' and Mrs. Tom Spurlock I Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Moody I I r J,' !t

aught Most Athletic; I sert card party .on Wednesday Rqtary Luncheon, 12:15: m. tonight [fThursday' 1. I expected at- the meeting: ,' to of the month and the second of Athens, Ohio are now living I of Jacksppvjlle spent Monday '

nice Brune and Richard I Jan. 31, at 1 p. m. Mrs. Leo noon, Masonic Hall. Attorney- Myron- Prevatt I discuss proposed use'of a portion and fourth Wednesdays, 10 a. I in their winter home in here with Mrs. Gallic Rye. i I I

oneyham, Most Intellectual; LeBlanc is Chairman. Do- K. H- Branch Library open L says, that an old town ordinance :of the airport. : : m. till 4 p. m. I Melrose. I Mr. and Mrs. Scott of Pa i

from 3 7 p..m. ,"No. 3, gives'the council With the forthcoming :resignation Mrs. Margaret Huffman of latka are making their home :
d Reba Hall and Jimmy Me- nations will be $1 per person. Ja .. Through the great generosity1 -i JEWELRYREPAIRS

,rtry, Most Popular. I Plan to make up a table with puPqnt 14?n' Boiling authority. to appoint-' a. successor of Hetherington :! of the Keystone Woman's j i Jacksonville is visiting friends i in a trailer here. i

The Junior Class voted' your friends. League" Bowlerp, Gaineyille, 7p. r to a councilman whose I there,-will be only one* hold I Club, the local library will i, and relatives in Melrose. i I The James L. Sapp family

T Ann Schaeffer and Jpel March Of piroes New :!.m., office .is' vacated by death or over memberGene Williamson i I continue to be housed in their : Mrs. Amanda Hillyer. who is I arrived safely in Akron, Ohio !

tult the Best Looking; The girls from Keystone Duplicate Bridge Club 8 R. resignation.! This 'appointee i -I.- the Keystone Council.. :! building, until a more centrally j in the Alachua General Hos- : and report the weather tq bea WATCHES-DIAMQNDS

a Drake and Billy Bar-I' Heights High School will be mr Woman's Club.' ould serve until the-next re Twp- new councilmen, Don L i located site can be secured. I I pital!, is recovering nicely. I little ,chilly-three degrees : All Wprk Guaranteed .,

st Athletic; Malg sejlmg' "ciutches" on Saturoay Saturday, Jan. 27 gular election [in December] Pangborn ;and Al Watson,,I The Woman's Club has given -,j The seriice of the Bookmo- I above ?ero- A. C. Willan! !

at and Alec :Livingston, Jan. 27, on Lawrence Mar h of Dimes "Crutch": and be installed at the first 1 were elected in the regular all their books-about1 4,000 I !'Dile to the Melrose Public Library I David Rye is driving a pret- 142 W. Call St.

st Intellectual; and Dianne Blvd. We guess their motto Day, downtown. Get your council meeting' in January. election_ last December. A third I I, volumes...;. and in addition, [ has been discontinued .i I ty, green and white, 1955 t Starke Fla. -

:kas and Bob Jackson, Most would be something like "Buya crutch from K. H. S. girls Prevatt said, however, that! new member Roy Watkins, i have purchased over $200 i, and money contributed for Chevy hard-top.' ,,

Gular. Crutch, so you'll never need Benefit March of Dim $. he had not yet completed a !. s-elected' in a special run- I worth of new books In the last, I this service will go to purchase t I. Mr. and zzs. R. L. Smith .S: "Jr iI : l

.ast Saturday' the Juniors o e.'t.Mary Ann Schaeffer is K.. H. Branch' Library: open I search: to determine whether off eleetlon- -last week three: months for this library. I new books for the library. This :, -and- Miss Darlene Moody, of

1 ther;:. pictures taken -at chairman. tpday at 10:00: a. m., till 2:00: this old ordinance had been Besides these two ele tiona The Chairman of 'the Clay I is a community project and .

home of Alec Livingston, Wednesday evening, Jan. 31, Pm.Sqnday. superceded by a later ordinance Keystone vorers'' also went to County Library Board of suggestions' from anyone' will

Nelson Point. On Sunday will be the Annual Mothers' January: 28 providing for a .special, the} Rolls! last October in a i Trustees, :Mrs. Emery H. I &e appreciated. The Bookmobile -

Sophomores were snappedthe March for the March ofDie. Installation of aU newly r election in such cases. He said I freeholders election to' determine i Cooper, of Lake Geneva is a, I I will continue to come to

home of Bernice Keep your porch lights elected officers pf: Community that the matter would be
me. I on, tie up your dog, and get I Chqrfp.at regular morning at tonight's meeting, I would build anew city hall. I organization. She is the Library stration Club at 11 o'clock

rhe Freshmen will have the hose off the sidewalk because i service. and,. that probably. .som other : The proposition was rejected. I Board Member from I i 1 each second and fourth Tuesday -
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Attend the Church of your ;0'--; ;-: 'I this district-District IV. We, of the month.
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home will be visit-
ir pictures mad? t theme every \
bey; and Sentinel, Mrs. Lea- children: ,-door-p1Ze and re
of Tommy Bird.ur ed. "Please Say Yes to the choice in the a. m mon Ward. I like many others recall when L 1 The Christian Fellowship
I freshments. Donation will be
ChoIr Prance at St.Vil- Mrs. Cooper-better known Class of the Methodist Church
> Police Chief, Casper New March of Dimes! Worthy as; :
Matron-elect. Mrs. $1 ''per I
liam's, 12 qopi fierspn. 'IBe' "hereabouts, started this; had its regular monthly meeting
me. is the photographer. Lipn$ TQ Sponsor film! Erne tin $iseiacker, announced -i Women GolfersVAssoeiatfon ; -
uts Go Camping The Keystone Heights Lion, First; Baptist Church! Youneaple's Library as a Woman's Club p i Thursday, Jan. 18, in the
an Open Installation Service I ,
The regular meeting of: the
-.aturday. .. Jan. 20, marked Club !met in, the Den% on Mon- Choir Practice, 6:30p. : to take place! at 8:30: p. m.m :I Keystone Wpmen golfers i Project. It was she who did I recre'aton building. The Valentine -I 1

beginning of camping for day, Jan. 22, at 7:30p. m. m. the chapter February 2 : the first collecting of books.I motif was carried out ,
roon on Association i was )held Friday
The Liens will sponsor a Community Church "Pi had shelves built. painted, in the decorations and refresh-
20, following the regular Jan. 12. Results of matches
film on ,''Communism, 'to be oneer$" 19'meet at Q p. m, in scrubbed and catalogued, and ments. Mrs. Melton and Mrs.
chapter business Ipeeting at follows The Drivers '
were as : :
INSU RAN CEAutoFireCaPua1t7 shown on 'Tuesdayevening, educational building. recruited and trained volun Logsdon were hostesses. W. H.
the advanced hour of 7:30
: p. Gena Christoffers, 0May;
Jan. 30, at the school house, Commimity Church' Young teer librarians.The Austin, the new president, pre-
m. Hen<:terson. 0; Lois Walker, 0; \
onds and Allied Lines starting at 8 p. m. There will People meet at 7 p. m., in Clay County Board of: siojed., tI
Out-going Worthy Matron,I and Kathy Redfearn, not yet I;
be educational building. Trustees wishes to thank ttiWoman's
charge. sensible-
no Every 'Winners
of the Melrose
Mrs. Beatrice Schroeder,
and payed.
I Reynolds Insurance Jan. 29
thinking person should see this Monday Worthy Patron Ralph Crawford -, The Putters: Pansy Hawes Club for their kind: Duplicate Bridge Club were:
Agency f film. This is just another Pub Catechism at St. William'sfor offer and help in this problem
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assisted ot'fcers. First place, Mrs. Allen Graham
by present 2: Sue Dvyyer 2; Vesta Aiken, :
W. L. Reynolds lic ?ervie. of the Keystone grades 1-6, 3:45. p. m.Children's .. :': will 'conduct an-v initiation -, ,2;. Elva Steadman, 2; a"nd of housing' the 'branch library, !an4.Mrs.. H. C. Segur; second
Ph. 2442 2701 Lions Club.Widegrens Art Class, Dot ceremony for candidate Erma Rushton 2. Please "note the change in place, Mrs. C- C. Maxson and

Keystone Heights, Fbu I, Entertained Newman's. 3:30 p.Instructions m.Teenagers Amy,McElrath, who was ill at; The *Chippers: :Freda Wy- I hours, and do remember that t Mr$. W. J. Grolick; third I
.., Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Wide- this is your R-ee 'Public Library place, Mrs. G. M. Allen, Jr.
earlier initiation
.w an and un man, 0: Zee Tolles, 1; Fran I
gren who left this week to Class 7 p. m.. St. William's.CAP able to be present. Livingston, not yet Aggie and it is open to: every i arid Mrs.: Ray ecker;' fourth
Cadets meet at 7:30, ; .
--- make one.on
their home in
Huntingden Hostesses for the social hour Watson 3; and Jane Menzen I, place, Ms. Mary Cook and
Tenn. were entertained at SkyteL .I
and refreshments following ::2. Mrs. Nan Hopkins.
Facial Hair several farewell Adult Class for Inquirers
parties during
the meeting will be Chairmaji .Tie Sandblasters: Eva Hall]L, School News
St. William's 8 of PHONE
the past week. On Sunday a- p.' m. iplJake.} puring! their
Gone Edythe Nicholson, assisted by 2 1 The Beta Club met Monday. "
Forever ; Sylvia O'Connor, ; Kitty
bout 20 couples joined in entertaining Adult Art Class; Dot Newman's ten-day stay, the Lembke's had:
.' Doris Sunderland Lois Walker Martin, not yet; Louise Nelson A discussion was held on
8 one very exciting evening
Medically Approved Methods the Widegrens at a p. m. WO 4.3101
Cesena Wilson. 0 and Ljlly Lee 0. plans for attending the StateBeta \
dinner at the Green Turtle Deadline for news in thecolumn ; the evening their house! caught ,
Cards. of cheer were sent to trhe asacioithreenewnernbexEva\ 4qJz\\ Clijb Convention to beheld t
The beat way toy restaurant in Jacksonville. any time tonight. fire. The'Fire Dept. was 1 called ,
,.,. 30 Miss Maxine Jones who underwent ,- H4l1puts. 1: : frpm : in Jacksonville in May. "
eliminate: this excess They were presented an electric Tuesday January Keystone Heights, and
--- surgery in Bradford Dot and Vanda M i. 'The club plans to leave something Office and School
saved the
,.. \ 1 hair problem I combination can opener Mass at St. William's 7:45: house with! the exception SuppliesBRADFORD
County
Hospital .
.. ,: .; ., Is to come in on January flr.f.---. v j J I of the roof. to the schqol this year.
i an. 15, and to Lloyd Gilrie, husband PJans were made to furnish
: .. ,,::, request profes4' Keystone _Heights Branch L of chapter member Pad- !The Putters"! jr,? _fitqll. 1e&1n1 b. Mrs EtjJth! Thornquist and- music in the cafeteria during I
with 16 points.a
"' i sional advice. A her sister, (Irs. Ruth Ohlson,
,Library epea? to 7 p. m. dy Gilrie, in the. Lake City lunch.
: caseanalysIscaI Hpme n m tratjfi n e1: naye J jut returned from Milwaukee
: .\:. 4 determine how Boy Scout Troop 105 meets; Veterans Hospital. where he '$$ Kfcrtone, Lake'Geneva! J \yis., where ttfey School} was closed Friday as County TELEGRAPJJBUSINESS
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,.:'":" hair condition. r-ducational 'pun sent to the small daughter of ""
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Wednesday January '
.t There is no Katherine and Charlie Mc-: I IIoe'ltnaenqci1. Yfti& $th wife! and family. Ruth went

1. charge lot- con.EDMUND Melrose Hnme Pemonstra topic lor: |she,' pr6gy zn.1 thlmQntbVMrs. on to St. Paul, Minn for a
Dwyer "
who is in
playe a patient
sultation. Uon Work} Shop t1iy. L Gladys pbijlipsj few.days,'to :visit with friends, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Bradford
County Hospital. M. MELR'OSEI
DWYER Keystone Branch Library Chapter members the ,Cay! poun&4Cqnnca; and/encountered 14 inches of
remembered -
Electrologist open from; 3 till l'p.,m.Woman's the relatiyes of the Paul I president, attended'the.meet 4 snqw,: and 2Q-betow!? tempera I

((17 Years Experience) I Club Dessert Card I Tyre family in the loss of i! ing, and. gave information'
107 W. Univ. Ave., Gainesville' Party 1 p. m. at Woman's; their infant son. The mater-: the County: -Council meeting./ 7adies were happy "to get back I DIRECTORYAPPLIANCE

Call FB 2-8039 for appointment t' nal grandmother Mrs. Mattie, The Club would like to ex- tq Keystone JIeig ts.
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Club.Men's Mr. and Mrs. JPhnny Le- .
far&.cs&*of year besaIsn't teams bowl in Night I Sargent and an aunt Mrs. tend an :inyitation-tq! thosein' Blanc. and -, -
I son qf Montreal I. I
I Owl League at Bowlero, Rachel Maxwell uncle and I I die Keystone1Heights area to I II Ii r
----- an p !ida' guests of 'M LeVBlanc's SERVICE_! GAS-BOTTLED REAL ESTATE
'Gainesville, 7 p. m. aunt Mr. and Mrs. Key Sar- I meet each third Wednesday: uncle arf and aunt: "Mr. I i ,

gent and another aunt Mrs. cf the month.. I Keystone Gas Co. S.
Realtor
Mothers March this even- and Mrs. Leo LeBJanc of Key- Wheeler*Service Co. McKay,

1'j ng for March of Dimes. Roy Tyre, are all chapter Mrs. Margaret Nelson of r stone Club Est'a es, From Keystone 24 HOUR SERVICEPHONE i Lake ix:>*9 IU75 Up
members. Green Cave Springs is the I cu-tot! I
Thursday, Feb. 1 ? they: will go on tq Miami 4)51 i, EASY TERMS

rL Duplicate Bridge Club,, number of Eastern Star County Agent. If YOU'are interested for three V f'for,mon h. 'between-P' Keystone- and Melrose Franchised DMributAT d I I i Business Property IJomp -
Towel Calendars are still I in Home Demonstration i servicing: both areas SAF-GAS I: Acreage
meets 10 a. m., at Woman's We heta vnat it is official
Club.. I :ayailable. If any Eastern, Star W&, '*n4 Uve id this that the Jim Hetherington. WASHERS --- I-urr, Beautiful Lakeside! !Homes
i memberor their friends- area, can Keystone '4567 for: LUMBER REASONABLY IJRlCEUeystone
Keystone Heights Branch I family! are toeing'' transferredto I TELEVISION .
would like one. and have not; information. Heights, Ph. 3021
Library open from 3 till 7 p. Baltimore next month. Jim I San Leby4oLumber .
\ m. yet secured one. they are ask- Topic for next month's program is at) employee the DuPont' AJfTTfflNG ELECTRIC
\ ed t ,-caU Mrs. Vera Ownbey, will \K "W Use of Co. Winifred Fl.CRAWFORD
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all work fuaraateed ferric
$ \ Community Church Choir .. .- f [Continnte an next heel -
? M at 2061 Credit;: 4. I
ifi % Practice 7:30: p. m. Ic _rJJ. ing satisfied jjustomers We Specialize in Custom
A letter has been received Dsej .Bridge. AnnouncedA !>> Cut Extra Lencthj
I Ic since 41 .., i Kef. Real Estate Broker
m\tkLaN from:Mrs., Melba Smuck. who dessert bridge party will : ; Materials
Lake Acreage .
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and !sharpener. A groupof for. a short time lived ..in. Dr. be'held at the home of Mrs.. ; I .' ; I Cement.;... Mortar Mix. Ruches Properties- Easiness City .

DuPont employees also Davis, home and who so gener- Emery Cooper: at Lake BOATS Sbest: Bock Hoqae ReaUlr

honored the Widegrens at a ously contributed her time and Geneva on Eriday. f.eb. 16., at 3I1J1 ea Hyv U at Jliddltborr, "We Take A PerapnaJ Jp
labor in making draperies for 1 p. m. It:will sponsored by 1 pres
I dinner and Mrs. Widegren': I The BQAT Barn I Phone BU 25272MILLWQRK In Your RequlremenU
II I I.circle pf $he Community: the Maoi Ic.IJall.. Mr. and the ladies of the Altar Society I Midway; Keystpne Hei t ,.
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:Mrs. Smuck are now living.in Donation will be$1 1 I
her per person.Community
.Church presented with a MELROSE GB 5-2711 I Melrose
farewell gift. Widegren Is their new home at N. Largo; 'Church. News .
I ,! tr.- I KeystpneMillwprk Iliway 21-Open Saoday
:beinj transferred' to the Du- Last Sunday the pulpit was S
This t/ie/ IiEST.War { Fla.Jtii -.f ,
: GB 62981RESTAURANT
: I with.regret that tie Rev. I NRUDEa Shop
Pont. Company's. plant at the filledjby Gary Waller dM: c ,7

To* -Finance ? 'Johnsonville' ; Tenn. During ar&pes hav? yet ,tq,be install from the First' Presbyterian -, i'iir CABINETS -' DQOBS I, .
Car t
a their stay in. ,Keystone thpy edbut .due 9 ,UlnessTangge-} Church of Gainesville, while t SERVICE WINDOW FRAME3'Trim I
Ii in the l our Pastoi,. Dr. C. Holt : :
*-- ha\e been active In social an/i/ lay obtaining proper? Albjert ....:r SCREENS
The, aqswer is "YES" a bank Joan.,caq): 'ofjen I t.church work, apd.will te ptfl1D7. rods., the compjetipi!! !}.is sUD in went to that church to preach -- -I Material Meet Your Friends

$a:YP J'fiu! Important money on your car financing t I'Jy,m ed Jn! tbj co the offing. Vplunteer laborand for Dr. U. S. Gordon his 4 atLawrence's
r p" Sash .Made. .. .To. Order. .
':iemng ? t,OES,Of(fob !ct.tedThe service is a great virtue, friend of many years. ra-- -4. FLOKISTFLpRlSTJfUESEST Keystone-- >-- IleigtM- I Dinette

Y"i; You'ffothing to lose and plen r Kejstqne: Height qr4ex and a thing worth doing *eUsoii.timea The Jefir f? the'Annual I ? miPACILaGE I .....I CpLD BE1 9 GOOD FOOD

ty to gain by getting the facts-and figures. : of: Eastern Star held their animal I require more'time. Luncheon of the Community EdWansFww' STORES Open 11 a. m. to 9 p. m.

So why not come in and let us tell you exactly Whilt| L election of officers on Volunteers are being recruited -t Church WomeA at'4he Park ; Mon. thru Saturday

it will co t yjou to finance a new or used car the Tuesday evening, Jan. 16. The for the large choir for the I of the Pals op.Feh.5, will be ; 4 !g y's Closed Sunday

.,ban loan }taYt new officers for 19621 are as Grand Chapt meetuig *,InApT Dr. Horace Fenton. He win I ,i n-- .f An&lewse II; PACKAGE STO HJway ;Jieyatone IIgt4

Tperj' nkeyogr Awn draw follows} :, Worthy Matron, Mrs. at the Jacksonville Co% SPfji,on the Missionary Work .*A Ia .Fn,: pp"5-233.1 i OPEN 8 A. J!.-12 P,'R DAILY J .

t conclusions and acton comparisqns, your QWIJ !1,Ep ntie ,Eisenackerj Worthy cum. I{ interested., contactMrs. {iQR ,m ;! 1Tl ic ; -" 1 1'' PJ4SlD sijirs- WELL DRILLING' J

We think you'll be glad your, qwn good judgep! t. r arop1 oJ..,ARij p.Wil ams; Associate Beatrice Schroeder 4217. (4 xpuf' pevtt 11.t i w. INSURANCE i I Keystone Melrose HighwayREAL ,

you investigated: I, Matron, Mrs. PhyllisC. ; rcqltryppff; '4 Jaarm t: ?43t1 I4YI An Insurance. S vfnj PJan ESTATE r. WELL DrufSQ

Husey; ,Associate Patron, Jfcsjsrn! Star will fni! M. 2. CCHF8
The
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KEYSTONE STATE BANK H. Hussey; Condu theMasonic ***%&**, SERVICE
Edw&jd l i ,
; ;f 4 jfI''f U ?'!, Die Jt', Insnraw 1 C. J. Pete Q'Connor
I tress. Mrs. Bertha' S. Ward;, Hall on: Saturday j! and Mrs. W1R. I1 '- MThgws
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MEMBER FJXI.C. ,Associate Conductress, Mrs. Feb 10, at 8 p. rnMrs. Gloria !1 a$ oPu cincinnati jef I t: "- Y' fT" '"" ,4.r '" I. A6K YOIJR GJJLF MAN I BEALTOB

A Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community :Edythe Nicholson: Secretary.Mrs. Murrhee will be chairman. foi..home. o3 GiZrtli* Uteevtsiiins ; TELEGRAPH L. R. Brault REAL ESTATE WJP'ilin:

Keystone Heights, Fla. i : Beatrice L. Schroeder; There*wilU,&, special' "hfll-.I ''Mrs. LcmbSe's ciTr MORTGAGES .- APPRAISALS

1''I. Trewurer, ton. Vera S,'Own.__"band,. entaInmcnt by tnts.Mr.. and Mrs..W. J.Pln- Keystone Hgfets. Tel [Keystone Heights.. Ptupo 4297 1IELROSE QEl 551plJ.





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v.v'vy VYYyyyyyyyyy'yy'KYSTQNE,. p. mt Sunday, Holy* ommUrif9 ]. I 'TYYV7VYVYyV7VyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyNEWS ,I and sister, Mr. and Mrs" J. C. :NOTICE OF' "I I1TElriOX TOI4EGIfl' INVITATION TO BID time fgr tfef receipt of bids

4J p. m. Episcopal Young Churchmen : Flprrnfttf: >4ni: ( O1T1UIT : I The reserves
.. Scarborough": hi Jacksonville; I I C1ua owner the rightto
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i Qf JNTgRgST-TO I Xotice is hereby given that .J.-\C.1ft\.. l'er.: reject any or all bids and to
FIRST BAPWST CSTTBCB ., Sunday' guests of Mrs. Effie ttt !Pt erfi'UE' un r tho; r : Sealed bids will .be recllly I waive informalties.

HIQHLIGHTSAAL9Mt&AAAAA&. KEYSTONE UEIQIEU.'i' Communion.Holy Days 19 a. m.-.. ,'.Holy. CITIZENS Of .,eRADFORD 1 I Miner were Mr. and Mrs. Bill :.''.! of vWions1''fl ridcti Chapter af 2G.353 ISil., Laws"ill at by the the City office of of the Starke City Florida Clerk, Merrill City of SYarke, Florida

Ifei and sons: and Mr. and i resisur: with the Clerk if the I Starke. Florida until 2 P.. p. E. c-Edwards. City Clerk
( J. R. Smith! pastor"Ralph. : 'The Rev. Millard. H. Brey- [By pzabeth Gireaa] : Mrs.. Tom Fitzpatric and i Girt
[From Preceedlng Page] Copeland, Minister of Music. fogle, Vicar. .AAAAAA."A..AA. _A..AA..A..A.A&.. .,. .,,. .. children of Florida upon re- which time, they wjll be opened .
"- "- i -- ----:------;---:; ; Jacksonville.Joe.Shuford cfipt Rf praftf of publication Qf'' and publicly read for the NQTt TO DF.FE\D
1 nd'' church n1st. this 'nonce:'the fictitious of In ('Irp.lt Conrt, Bradford
org Recreation name construction sanitary sewers
Co. This will be loss man is Addie Leggett of .SU Augustine II
a great to ;
of WESTMORELAND Cuumtr. Florida
TRA1L- and water distribution system : la ('kaarery
Services FIRST' METHODJO7
Sunday School 9:45
The Community, as Jim is a : Teenagers, remember that chairman, C '1iene Butler. : visited Mrs- John Shuford I ER PARK. under which I ami on State Road :2C6!(! Siiuth. a'e )itt. 1-4M.!
member m. Morning Worship, 10:5P:: CHURCH MELRO88 the'Record Hop'scheduled for are" to and Dave Sunday. I engaged) i id business at 200! The ..mcioal work Janice Sv\iIIey. Plaintiff vs.
|,. .'of the, ,'City Council members asked I !i South Westmoreland Street, i)- items of Walter Clifford :Swilley, Defend
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m. Training Union 7:00 consists of the construction ofgravity .
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"l1Ui'ba"Qeen' t1thc p. Friday night Win be held I ate to make this a Mr., nd-Mrs. .Jim Burton .4 ark ft Fla. 1 1I : ant.
-in'h'
gfntz.aqo He1'has* pr- m. Evening services 8:00 p. | Sunday, 9:45 'a.;m. Church r Thursday night from 7 to' 10 program., I cf Jacksonville and Mr. and i i I 'B. t.. Heltzendorf Jr. Rt. 2,1 8-inch and sewer 12-inch line.: size installation' XOTICE TO APPEAR
; ep'V!!! I Box 235. S.tarkp,.,Fhu solg n- To Walter Clifford Swilley,
m. You are invited to share School for all ages, 11 .p : of service laterals.
L m. : eonstrucUqu
chance'to }
lactltY: the Cpmpunlty tp_ give everyone a | MrsIrene Thomas is Mrs. Paul Dinkins Jr. were :i er. of 'maiihole1: ('()construction of whose residence and address is:

.Cfmri&, s TT gjhg 'in' the choir, family Prater time witn us. Morning Worship. 6:30: p- m.,!'I attend, the basketball game .: sick and ,would (? I visiting Mr,. 'and Mrs. 'Paul! I i i I I uary Dated A. D.this 1$6.2 8th at day*ark of, Bradford .Jan-- an interim lift $station and all Unknown.You: are. hereby notified. that

[''etc.. Mrs... : 1fetherIn.gton,. has. Youth Fellowship. Friday night at RJE g'IIl'with (-your visits. R v. PL:A. Dinkins. Sunday.Qeargp County Florida. construction i il incidental! construction.of Also'pipe the a suit for divorce, custody and
pressure
been the organist' .. and .choir4et' COMMUNITY CHURCH Wednesday. 7:30: t>. m., Bible !-I Washington High of Dun- I j still sick'and would be I Brivett of Ft. Jackr -- siae 6-inch; fire hydrant; installation contrpj been filed,of minor asainst ihi\ilren\ has th

it the 'Cpromunity KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Study and Prayer Meeting; nellon.. j!I ful for !your J visits and son, S. C. spent the weekendi I AOT1CK Of T1MKFOIl all' incidental of service construction.laterals' and above named Court you and in'au"e;

: -Rev. Ted Springer, pastor. Club News I with his parents, Mr. and FILI>U CLAIMS and you are require *er\e
Church of kind.
for* some time." i cnce any ; i I.N THK Plans and specifications will
RbCKliHMIIFI a of answer m
; Dr. A. C. Holt( Minister. I : Pleaseplan to attend the i, Coronation. Program! j Mrs: ).{. Melson .Privett, an q J i ii I 0F P\\ AMERICAN SIKETYWMfA. he open to public inspecion at pleading copy to the your complaint on the
:i Makine' Jones a siur Mrs. James L. Hetherington .METHODIST. CHURCH.. fecord Hop with '1! r other relatives-. >'-, A FLOHUA the, office of the City Clerk Plaintiffs Attorney T. FrankL3ZI4V14u
: Johnny3haw.given The annual Corona i i iI
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.dnt aPSUi Tallahajssee, ('OItP0RqrioNOtice Starke, Florida and may be obtained PDrawer! T9I.
: : ; I Organist and Director; MELROSE I by the .IJusy',Bee Ceremonies'' for the j Mr. anJ Mrs. Obed Pauley I Ii is tterebr.n that I from the engineers Tanner Starke. Florida and file the or-
other ifter i I
Incrnie! the day ; Richard I CushnunT Youth DIr. It i., Kenneth W; Griffith r Club pn Feb.,2 at Reno Thea-.i t of Miss AJE High will be i and Mrs. R. H., Flitch were :1 pursuant to Order of Honorable I Thomson, D'AHi & Heartz iginal in the office Qf th$ Clerk,
I Caving been in the I R. Inc., 4965 New Ha'en"f'nue,
infirmary sjmday1 6ch&il i O. Morrov Cifouit. Judge. I j of the Circuit p>urt on or b--
( pastor. "
.9:45: a. m. 1 tre. Everyone is invited .to.at- i weekend guests of Mrs. :LQJSi P. O Box 825, Melbourne, Florida. -
for at ; i\t.\ 7 p. m. Wednesday, Fifteenth' Judicial' Circuit, 'HI I fore the 12: day IIf February
fays
sejpral Fortunately
school. Mgrninf Worshlp/ll a. ra. Sunday ,School 9:43:, ?$. m.forship i i tend and join th JUn. Tickets i 31,, in the RJE i i Colham in Lenq*. Ga. and fur' Palm' Beach County; I Requests: fur plans must bl'It'l'OtnP'anit'd 1962>> ; otherwise the alteiratlopp
for her, she got'pte i Florida, I : by check payable of said laln will be
; / dated December": Cpim > taken!
Young, People, ; 'Z'p.'m', ; It m.MYfand I may be purchased from., any After the' there I Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling 1961 the engjneer in the ,
| In time, because on January ,program j| euterfd i in the eas p 'of tp $ amount as confessed by you.
15 'MCF .m. !member of the club-\ j' l be a. basketball game and Mrs. Louie\ Frigq of JackuHH'illfi -j State df Florida, 'ex rt'l. J. th"l of $10.(10.( which covers the cost ThIs nutfo; shall be published\
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she'underwent'an' ,
emergency \'iu l-aron, of and handling week four
Evening 8 'c } stajp Treasurer reproduction once each for oon.e -
appendectomy at Brad- Worship p. m. The Fiesta .Social &. Saving : the Tigers and: Tig were visiting Mr. and j i and ex officio Insurance ComI : and "is not returnable.x uth'e' weeks in the BradfQrd

LROSE'YYVVyVyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Prayer Meeting [Wed.] 7S0: Ci.!! "will mee, Saturday ; and the Harrison High' te I Mrs. I. C Hillary and.: children j I missioner \s. Pan American: I Bids must l>., accompanied bya County Tel gra)1n.
I 'ford County Hospital She is P. m. ( 'I Surety Oomp.any, a Florida cerjifjed check or cashier'scheck" Dated this S day.. of January,
I doing very well, now, accord- night: Jn.' 1'1 at thC YfaterOak cjf Hastings. Gametime is I Sunday Corporation Chancery 'o. il- I '" ii) an amount not less: 196!.
1 -Jng to her C1U)Q houses All members '.p. m. I ,Rev. E P.. Boyer anc} :: | C-23S3 B, all claimants; creditors than five percent (5) per
"Jones. mother. Mrs. Frank IPrem Preceeoing Page ,'. YTYSYYTTJTYYYYYTYYYYYJI are asked to be present at Basketball i and Mrs.'J. D.,Boyer pf : 1t'I'[ persons, firms or corporations of the t amount of the 1tjd.XQ Chajles A. Darby.Clerk ,
: ; haying! claims Court
a amst be withdrawn for of the Circuit
/. : 7:30: since there' IS'a lot :pf I The RJE'Tigers ; pa stopped by for, a visit the defendant Pan "AmericanI 4 perio3 bid t may of thirty" ('SO:: ) days By Manap L. Crosbjs, J.i?.

ST. ANNE'S had attacked 95 st dents'nd RIVER I. busine to consider. All new Hastings" Monday. night I the W. :R .Moore family on I I Surety Conipapy.\ are required after the scheduled date and 1-11 jt 2-1
EPISCOPAL teachers '.. to: file all -siu-h claims with
before
CHURCH. the'day nember| planning tp: join! ma i they: downed the Harr I their wy .t tp attend the An.r.ual \-: Honorable J. Edwin Larson '

KEYSTONE, Both of the'basketball' games do, so by the 'Jut meetipg in High Tigers 6239. John I National .Evangelistic! |I j StateTrea>qrer 'and"Ins'uranei I

t Sundays::30 a-; m. Church that were scheduled "for Friday By. Roy i TurnertAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA i February. 'Hosts or'ihe. meet'iug r mOIl and Willie. Banks. Conference Jacksonville, Mr.1 j|j' CQiqniissonr American Surety, Recener Company for: ,Fan"i SHOP ANYWHEREFOR

School. 9:30 a. m. Morning and Saturday nights were & : we Wri and Mrs. tefpyIxmg. j oy'er"'six' feet tall, and Mrs., Willis\ Sterling of I II the State Capitol. :Tallahassee! NEW OR USED

Prayer and Sermon nit BUti' called off because the team Mr. and MrsArch: Dobbsof I Clarence DeSue.yresldlntniirs. '. the backboards while I W4i ehQHSe visited the H. C. |:i $FlpfiUa ectfon! 63I.1S1 ip accordanuwith, !Florida Statutes I

@lay, Holy Communion] ,6 rp.n. members and 4he coaches Lake !, ;, : Ruth E. Holr. Chandler and John Hale family Sunday ,afternoon 1961 proofs of ,claims to
Butler were Saturday > t I v< < > + be Then See Us!
ill Comp
Episcopal Young Church- were land with led / nresented! and fited not later
guests of Mr. and: Mrs. D. E. secretary ,. .' 18 points each, t than trecember 3, 1962. or such
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.ne1.. ATRINITY Nettles and 'mother. I VIMM f"T A )f.eff'n. ? scoring.. attack. for RJE.. 1 Sam! q YiRs and ljissMarlina claims shall be forever barred..

Holy Days -7:30: a. m. Holy EPISCOPAL' Delegates who attended the After suffering 'two I Feuouay" pf .QainesvjfleI The worn proof of claim shall :WE'LL MATCH ANY DEAL
CHURCH M r. and Mrs. A. J. Kitchens forth iq rpaponaJ detail
Ommunton.a x T ,' MELROSI: annual District PTA : \ re weekend guests of Me ret -I : L :
v the
{ of/Tampa spent the weekend meeting in a row the Tigers" were I amount of claim on the -

Third Wednesday'' 'Pariah Sundays. 11:45:-10"a.'xa.,.- < .' ChurcljSchool. tfith" Mr. and, Mrs. Seeber i held at Fe senden H gh I ginning to get a hit ) aiid Mrs S-, D. Harley and 'I can asis be upon ascertained which' ouch, the amount facts UNIVERSITY G'HEVRdtETYour

Covered Dish Supper* 0 or 0:30 I .am. Morning Moody and'family. I School on Jan...21. were Mr. 1: ;about the outcome, of, I Mfs- A.:. H. Harley. Mr. andIMrs. upon which. the claitp l is based),

Prayer and Sermon iPirsj' and Mrs: Willie ; Brown, RJrs feature games But after A- # ,JI rley Jrof and the priorities asserted, if
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,- .:.. ", Mrs. D. E. Nettles was in I | any. :%11 such caims| shall be Authorized Dealer
Jacksonville Saturday on I. p. Jelson/Mrs.. Sarah.Mor- erl workouts Coach { Kipgsjey Lake were Sunday verified by tbe affidavit of the 215 S. E. FIRST I GAINESVILLE

AMBULANCE SERVICE J business- II rl, ank f itf :- hnett' Phillips. seems 'to have his boys I dmner guests of the family.I claimant, or someone authorized I II

411 delegates r'l1 rt d"an in- Mrs. M. L. Turner {Js visiting! I|I to art on his behalf and having: -- __
Betty 'Joe Moody and Pat in good shape. I knowledge of the facts, and .I 1 A
PHONE ,964:2600 Patterson were visiting the fprmative and entertaining{ The Tigerettes. lost a i I :1 ( children ,in Tallahassee! i iI shall be supported by such documents TICKETS ON SALE NOW AT CIRCUS SITE: 10-

DeWitt C. Jones ,Funeral Home John Bennetts at the State meeting.Thj8 I breaker to 'th- -stubborn' i ,Mr wC F. Mporp attended! i ii !I thereto. as Forms roa1hf will/ he material furnisled )- 000 Seat Jacksonville 1145 E. Adams St.

DeWitt C. Jones Farm lat Saturday.f .. RJE PTA wilj n\eet\ rison High team by a i i the .Anjiual Erangelistic'Con1 hy the Heceiver upon re-
Registered Funeral Director 1
f r:p.n. We ht&iiaY, Pb. 7. Allparents 22-24. RJE led in the :, ferf'1! ce at the First Baptist i ftuest. ALI.NEW10&1EDITIQHAT
Starke Fla.. \ flora Bell Nettles and : J. Kd:! >?in Larson :
and who j Church in Jacksonville. J. EnVTIX LARSON State ,
mother citizens are seconds of the game but
Mrs. Johns aMMrs.
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RENTAL SERVICES I interested in the l luck lent the | -Miss Arftwfne. glanchard! Trejtauffir sjnjl Insurance Cpm- '
E. M. Johns visited Mr. yoijth of Harrison missioner Receiver, Pail -

Hospital Beds; Wheel.. 'Chairs, Crutches and Mrs. Pledger Johns in Starke" ag t Bra prd County i a hand to defeat a I of Jacksonville spent the American Surety Company t'k J

Hampton last Friday. are asked to attend #and cooperate -I ed Starke team. j weeken itj) Miss; EmaBlanehard. patp! '? of Publication! > tt--, I _
with the They visIted Mrs. Jan. 18, 1962 ______
principal, i Betty Crum, Vera
Mr W M. Mann of Ocala i .
.. Jan. 25. 1962 _
J i!, was" a Wednesday; visitor with president, and teachers. Ruby White, and Betty I'John J. McLeod during the Feb.. 1..lit13$ ,

New March of DIRieA1anese j er fraye h !p.t e1e {, weekend. -
Mr. |I. H-,Johns and attend-
ed funeral services for Mrs. .: Mrs.!. Chandler, i kill bah'handling to I! The! Inyesptqre Senrice! oft I! In Circuit.NOTICE TO Court DKFE\D, Bradford -_

!i Guy Parrish. our" area chairman, asks ,' dreds of spectators this t the Lawtey Girl Scouts will | County, Florida I. ('II a Der-rr. -.

| Wesley Moody will be home everypne j.o....please, njaks!} ,a ,: ro; Many game officials: 4 1 oe held in the Methodist i i Bud James fvtc: >D'Ambrosio! I:J.gtJq plaintiff -

a few days this week during .;, contribution! ( q youf yelunteerj .\i placed! tljem! among th.e\ : Church this Friday, January vs. Amelia- p'. m rosio. De ; -. a fr i

| the semester change at St. 1 j, lepresentayvej s/tljfy con-;.< girls cagers in this past 26, at 7:38: p. m., instead of fendant. TO APPEARTo ,, ;, -

NATURAL i: Johns River Junior College. [ p.Yq.tf, 411 churches and the state. i' iast Friday as announced in NOTICE: Amelia H'AnYbrpsio, whosere1dnIe '4. 4. y -- _I

clubs aie asked i th.is.. co1wM test Wk. and I Richwood '
: Roy Turner was rural mail i to rn ke cqr|? 'P address : : .
) i | ributions. Someone will con- fr'Yyyyy .. ?. I. AVesf' Virginia. 1- a
-4 ''- "You ar. fcereby notifed that'a :
: Carrier on Ijaute }JJ fefce JPut'lerJ' ; .
t fact ypu-. Volunteer workers YyYvTvwTTI'yYvY'TyYY: suit for divorce has been filed :'-
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: 'ft !f LhD
4. 1.- J' p Mondayj'.relievinr; thj} ? re- against in the above named -'
( you
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tf( 1 warf.cali!! for..your dqnation onJan7'29 ,,
[) gulaf carrit1.i wh?' W9I sfck.Mr. Court and cause and you ale ;

ep fJclf1blJol1omi aI i if M Mr*. Wayne Pjerce Th'urston or 30. LAf.TEYBy PINE LEVEL I answer required or to pleading serve a to copy thp of complaint yc.ur- I
Ip The News
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s'bnf'o'f
rind Gainesville were PI Attorney
on the j ;intm's -
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-PflQliB'! 96418O1 'NIGHT1 64,, 41rJTV )St, '"! i beb8t The true spirit .of mission i T. Frank Lan<:?rum, P. 0 \ ....... .' .
4irer :
pt Mm. J. E.
By MeEM
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f was shqwn by all who went toihfi EpuAlarch BItehari Bo* 5J6. StarKe florida and ; J--
; OF STARKE GAS$; immE8 pppTTAX 's !liStfFrldaT. wF.1i; fiW the original in the office of "t.\yt."

Mr.; and Mrs. R. J. Turner ; aid of.Mr?:% Hattie Pete ,.........? ?? ? i I+ A.to.lt ..4.A A A the Circuit Court oq or before '\

1 ---- -......; ,----P. .. ., .11 ... ....4 ... ..'!....., .*....145.. of Lab Butlo- ware Thursday Who-lost,all of her possessionsfirev Among the visitors at ttIjiI otherwise 12 .d f.of the February allegations! 162 ol: ,, : BST cTHOW ON E.AltTfl

? J : JaYe. 'in'DecemberP; ; of JPim la"I, ,said 'CompUint will P? taken as .

night p. E, Nettles.guests of Mr. and Mrs. There [5 .need fgrpipre !hfp} "The. 'k&e.. '"l "rfh' and.church Mrs.last Duncan: Sunday-McRae were Mr.of ctfnTfessed:This 'not'ty'. *ypu
'Louise Johns of Atlanta Ga. Mrs. Pete is grateful to all Dimes! ,', will, be ,held/' I Plant City,. Allen Dale ot once each week for four conse-., MATINEES f Fe*. 3, '4, 1 : i0 & G:3P P, 'I.
vho assisted, and those who night J n..3L( Someone ciUivewefKs jp thr' Bradford
spent the weekend with her I Jacksonville ftlr,. and Mrs.: County Telegraph. Rows 1-17, $3.5-'Rows() 18-29, $2.50 -
call at each hqrae. your I .
will continue to remember her.Funerals I ., ,
brother and family, L. I-atet: .tills S day of Ji uary ; .
, Jrb ppprition will be appr I j, Murray: McRae 0 Heijbrpun 'U6:!. .1.: Rowir3033, $1.50 -

Johns, of, .New'River"Mr.Jphns ,. '.. This is .to aid the 1! S !rirj'gs, Undsj: Espn} of phief- ,SfUL. ) -
Funeral services for the late ,:
report thaf his father, children.; land gnd ltlr. $nd Mrs. Jer- Clerk Charles of A.the DarLy'Circuit Cwurt ,' ChUdr Under 12 Half Price Feb. 3-4', 5:3Q: P. M.
MJS Elizabeth
Denifield De-
who.is in the hospital at Sue, will be held at 2 p. m. The W meD'$ Society a'fd Baldwin! and son of Jack ._.r Y :VapUn 1., CfO ll)',- D, ,- 1 I II' ALL. SEATS- RESERVED
Gainesville, is .improving each! sonville.
TIMEOn Sunday, Jan. 28, at Pleasant Christian gejyjce! 'mef f ;
day. Mrs. Orville There wm} he A 5choql .1Mic ; .
Bumg rhef. : -
Grove Methodist Church in ; : '
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Mrs. Marie Banks, Mrs. Nan i at Pifie j.eyel., .starting -
Jahri6Mr .
I Starke tly: .night, H.
with the pastor, Rev. ,: ,
New And Used Merritt, and Loretta Merritt at 2:30: p. m. Sunday. It will
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Wainwright
L. H. McLendon officiating. I presided 1 p4 I-
attended Sunday! night services '" be 4ire ted by Claude P.I
She was native! and lifelong B zrne4onductei, I
at Baptist a Ganns and will last for 12 I
Jphnstpwn .
Church "arid enjbyeh" wonderful resident of Bradford stijdy, "Chrstfnity" | } 1i La weeks.: Everyone is cordially I II that likes
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Machines County, and a men ljer- of the America. Refreshments ;;w the tome people.
Adding sermon bj Rev. Law- the I I invited. Hope tO'see you there.) : : : ..
scryed by ,hostess.
Grove Methodist
: ?Pleasant ,\ I
son. DrW: E. Hall is back in--II .,
I = 'U" '
Church. present we Mrs. H,.C. W Il .f":.::..:. .&. ",., .. "t'" :"
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jones the hospital. Hope. to see him '' <<
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; Wright, Mrs. R. E ,Leer ; "; ../ ,.:;;'> :..
I II Ii I and son of Macclenny Miss Funeral services for Mrs. ;( I I back home. soon. ..t ..i.,.... .. .
i I Green be at I \yimam; f. Fgx Mrs., JI.t : 2'I"':>:S: :: I
Ida Merritt Mrs. Nan Merritt, Berths}! will held Rev. and Mrs. ,Roman Alvarez : ::
JY. Mrs. fe! Miner.. I _
and Mrs. Harold Shiver and 10:30: a. m. Sunday in Mt. ; ;'! Marshall Starling, .arid !I'I
( \ I ..!l.e t Wells, Mrs. A. H. H : ;
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Remington j Pisgah'AME
son were Sunday dinner j Church, with the Mrs. Pausman, Mrs. G.--r I,i I Marsha Haines.were in Jack-;Ii IiI'

,guests of Ralph and Loretta': pastor. Rev. Grimmage, off-! Roberts:' Miss Enza B tonville. last Saturday, attendj'j';
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10 Key : Merritt. .j 1 1yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyv ciating. She was 3 citizen p11 ard, ,and the hostess.; I' ing. The ,Battle of .Songs: I j1 j1ujt

Bradford C f?untF, fesiding in nice to Mrs, E uje ,I *
0 S I Lincoln! cty.Pbnrpji :Miss Enza :BJancJiard) :: Crpsbj was.and daughter_seft. Elaine'l TLUM! L

7-List 7-Total Kews Uqstess to, the Home. penotration !
back in church last Sunday. ,1_ _
\ !> Club Thursday m ,I' -- ___
Good Condition CLAY HILL Free Will'BarjtJsS ChqrcIPastor's to Jack'- -
\ ;, jiniyersary! is still. ;. ing. The president, Mrs. {{ They sonyille.recently moved,. I I; __i- /4' 4
ONLY I Bennett, conducted Ihe uie ';- ,4 :4. -:--: :/-:-; -:-W ': :- ':
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i, By Mrs. J. L. d kIaMA4114 iii pr Pitts gress. Thursday night ing! pevotional was led Ronald Crosby is back home '; .. .... ':_--_.r1fluvL I_..
Rev. aiyi his congrega-
P Mr A H arley from Tallahassee fpr'gqocjrMr.
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.fA A.A A At tion .of J.aWtef.will', .. hold" servfces. .,- li| 'Dorothy; Boss, "mp ,and Mrs., Jera d Baldwin \ -. and like to
home to
Mrs Friday night Rev. Mcthd people come
7725 i Mr*- and Gene Rosier fromIfpwb'erry ted; !instructions on r and soft of Jacksonville I
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fiom the Evergreen Church ;: congregation! Preparedness! in tbe ,. visited her parents, Mr. and I,, -
be :
were with us Sunday night atthe win in charge- of ,Ciyil p/ffi&e/A, } Mrs. Rufus. Alvarez', last. Sun- 'ii :' : '; :
Tax Included ; Highland Church. Sunday servjces wj J| start with : -' 'fl j M i ; It1 : ak. :
was enjoyed! by:. ,all, e + ,__ ____
Mrs. Mary Locke is back Sunday ijf91: a(f:fa a_. m. 'Thp Baptist*, day.Visiting Mr. and)4r. MieM i 4'j
Hoijr
Youth t a."nj. witlGaels' :
Francis Jl l !
with her daughter Mrs. Song FeaUyal was hjild. at Rae :>
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t lass\ Sunday afternoon
Eunice'.in L Wt.cl" Mrs.. ,j fi.'and: : golompn jn First Baptist Church ; !

!Smith Corona 77.25 Locke is a member of the charge Johnson of the of Green ey tiorjfjs.Bishop' Cove. aJternoon.! A goqd ft 4 Petcher ere Jllr, %.and arid!}'Mrs.MrsGene,Florence. j iJ:ii

a I Highland Church .and has 'delivef anjoyed'the; excellent Hajthyapger all 1 of '
Springs will the mess- (
for Jacks9flpfl
been away! sometime.! Welcome Pfogrim.At y'me. Mrs M. Ii i
aga. At 3 p. m. Macedonia FreeWill ff-
Full Tax ) Sister!
Keyboard ( nc. : home. :The Churches Heilbronn and several from "j .
I Mr. and Mrs. James Saunders ,. Baptist Church from Methodist: "
Orace Starke. ] /
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Mf MpRae is., just 9H
Hampton will with us. / 'Y' '
I of Middleburg were withus appear School! 9:45: "fcWor>hip ] of the hospital and 'still very'' ?;;' .x, ", ,;,.:
,
At 6:4f: Allen Cbape.Jet.) j L. r ;'
inU'ch..services Sunday Rrpning Woftiip. 7:30"p. : T : ;
at hlar d. Mr.Saundefs A Sampson and congregation '. I ",". /II
97,85'1 rooming! Hj !l Myj each.! Wednesday a 7 ; .
Remington Rand will ppeacli? for us will clqse! ,. the, ..anniversary. '"* j jm. : U lP251. !' 4IugIers : ,'/

< ifrs. Jerry' "
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program. Jley. Louis McKay p
Feb. 4th. at the tyering ser Fret Baptist 0 ""

Full Keyboard With Subtraction (Tax Inc.) : vi.. e. All are- invited. to .at-. pagtot.J.Mary McBride repprt-_ .-' wmi ins d po y 'r .,. z'pt 'AJ4EDALLION IIQME }ikea people.It.likw .let your l4m y,
I .Sunday School 10.. Wqr S yart, pa- asf weekend
t tend. era | enjoy oev dimensions of;Comfort. and wcience .tjirouja the
% -" 11, BTU P:30: R Jn. Fv !} yisitfrg.Mrs: Thomas'sjnr < iuwlesa
p
Mrs. Polly Prevatt has been Mt. Moriah Methodist I Ilp. nape cf modern,.J electric living. It likesto provide the
Worship 7:30 p.., m. I I ', and.d'augtiter.. an4 .. : that make the MEDALLION '.
: sick with flu for'more than a I Cburph tfef, J::: H. McLjndon iuib-u: fdvantajes' jnsipaa a hallmark -

Burrouglis Electric $89.87 i week, but was able to be back pastor, will hold regular services -: meeting each Wednesday 7.: new grain, Mr.. and Mr.nnip ). '--, ,"-. pf electrical eiceUeucCv J Jnside and outside, a Iious honored '
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pm. and Lp'nnjp Jr. : HOME award baa the unmistakable look '
to church Sunday. Sunday starting with ,payi$ .. with ths MpD\LLION. ;
: j:; cf !bvjng" -n4 gracious bospjtaliiy, starting pish: the cool, "
Douglas [Buddy] :, :. tiauily. ,
Among the ones,on the sick church,. fichpo} at 9:30; !tty. -. '' '.
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Urge Capacity With Subtraction list' Robert Dell in charge. Mom- of Fort Gordon, Ga- spent CARD OF THAXKS -.. -... ; dean dtt-tlectri$ kittbcn and continuing: throughout. What'more, .: "
Older : But A Good Machine this week are Lacy Nor ./i ,J, PALIJON JiO IB'ww't b iwtfated by ; 'f'
Model} man,' ugene.AisThi, and pick ifg service.. 11 a. m. Evening weekend with Mr. and ). We wish' to thank the many : a paasjng yean ? .
"l e..paqderpto 8i J.N..Older. "
.1.ii
James Wainwright.Miss friends, neighbors and Dr. f
.. Starling. It seems' .that Dick service, 6:45A: members and Barry for the' 'kindness and ,. $$fewaj4 fa MEDALLION HOMES is increasing by leaps and eo-
was working tractor the Mends Invited'Jo attend all Betty Chaix 9f'W I .: :- in In offer the full
i ; : (p4} his they offered during bounds Florida. every price range they benefit. .- .
t Injured services.HarrY Young. lay ington D. C. Vas a' sympathy: : : "'J '
, I past week and his _.r the recent i. .JB ttter twbg. hdricaUy. \.J
. shoulder.-: 'The.'two others leader an$ m>orlu. Visiior of Mr. and Mrs. B. loss 0'our beloved 1
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: New Remington 10-Key Electric Reddish. .s i rs'R husband and father.:The kind .. ', ,4 Ie whether building,buying or moden i ng..OO UEDALLKkVI r
p ; ,
J! have a case of flu. Allen.Chapel Churph, Rev.L. Dorman and son'of deeds will always be remembered. -:.' ,. ,..
A. Sampson will observe !
:
Taster
0 WfcTwv 55_,present' 'in"Sun raa' visited the Reddi.siies.ItUepafle' .-Wife and children of :': : -fiN.1c .J
f
the Trustee Pay thU Sunday flarneless
School an With Subtraction ci1l'-- *
Only | QT77 starting 'with Sunday School Sirs. Z. .
r.ers won. the banner ga1n. t4M4 ". (1f.l4U' roe'sf '
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Awf these at 9:45 m. Mr. Thompkins, spent a f .
fRiM'. 208.07) It seems little fellows a. CUD PFWe TIWiJS -. -c 11T - --- -
'D Inc. are realy to the frontin chairman of the trustee board, day' With relatives in ; : The Eit1k WIlY,Best T.":' Temomxu;tie Only Way
: (T4' ) ; coming .want to CTPTCS o ir '
'- MedaBioa Home baa Jean aot matic Electnf CqfJJnc.
all to tona Beac : Every
weU is.askjng jngmber
Jhe/pinnej r7: as ,
I Tinning tbankft and apsredatfpn tp ". {j Super-ufe Electric Water tUatiof (or pfeciout peact a i23. !
'-.,., -- .. '. ag'! 1 other'ways.'So many are f please fulfill your obligations 1JiH. $f;;i& :Pjescqtt the many friends of Ronald .ADd oeFIamcIo..tlofuicalAPfIia-!PIe Lpt fa LV t
: out sick until eur. aftendances m order .to met fhe obligations 'f ng the 'ireek .with | -. ,__ ,, '>. ,>pfen.id fcrfX CII1 ort tad decaftUw beadyFu IfytatWifing f
C-asan.. Kh.o donated WpoxJ, _' .
: *: pots mtk fltjpj of fwitcbe* and coaveawnt. outleU....
still thec decline thatis of, the c urcl1. Leiders Lonny and'Mr.. c'
I on : or trptherr ? J and for the many no.m'tlat C _-_._-__ ._ .
BralidlCftUJity the way it seems. Maybe 1 are' asked tq contact each Mrs. Vauahan Prescott, j jMr. were sent to him whilem p- a
[ Telegraph member. FLQRDA: | POWER LIGHT, COMPANY
when our bad weather leaves MiM1ebQrg.
.... the'baspltal.: May God bless ,,
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"U'M, DUILC .n /UI
us, we can climb in our I "Remember the" Woman's 1 .. %ad1Mrf. Eugene P? "I frti and enryone of you-"

church l work again. At least Day ,program will be' held son werf' weekend; guests Mr. and Mrs. Tommy. Cason \ T- :

' .,f j I f? bPS we .fan. Sunday peblt fhe chair Mr. Pearson' cr m. and family. i. : _


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BACK TEN BRADFORD COV 'TT TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA THURSDAY JAN 2$, 198?

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SEVENTH DAY .......A&&J t -' #'#" :' --' ,-## --r- -- --r- .
twice the size of those made! again to keep the temperaturewhere .

ADVENTIST CHURCH 12 or 15 The it belonzs.
years ago. bigger I

.. Sabbath School [Saturday] STATE FARM Home Demonstration i ii the machine, the more power; ;Indeed, we're sorry your I

9:30 a. m. Morning Worship ey :' i it requires. The big freezer new refrigerator .runs more, 1 I ;
Notes
11 a. m. Located between WJ- [By Mrs. & F. Marion] "J section has a "true zero" so 1 costs more to run- But isn't it Si !

Road and Orinis Loop. the more cold the more cost. j worth it to have all the space '!
son &&....&&.&6&&ueuwa DOROTHY I I IOTTOH
E. L. Marley, pastor. Phene &-11. ROSS While your refrigerator is- you need and none of the frost ;! BOATS

9641324. Mrs. R. P. McLendon was a Home Demonstration Agent new, your "No-Frost" feature' you hate? [Taken from Home i, -...

METHODIST CHURCH HEDLBRONN I visitor in Tallahassee Tues- ---- costs a little more, too. There's i Service Recap by Virginia Van ,, .

Schedule for week of Jan. BAPTIST CHURCH PENTECOSTAL. HOLINESS! day. Disinfectants. For Laundry does. The Home Demonstration an extra motor for the little | Nostrandl) ,! of Distress Arising front

28: CHURCH The Ralph Adams family Home laundering doesn't Club program this month I fans that keep away frost. '; Symptoms

Sunday ,, Church School Sunday School, 10 a, m. have moved from their home :always kill harmful bacteria was "Planning for Emergencies. Remember as frost built upon BAYLESS HIGHWAY STOMACH ULCERSDUE

a:45 Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m; Rainbow Circle to the Melvin deposited on clothing'and ." your old "icebox" operating < CHURCH SCHEDULE EXCESS ACID
a. m. Morning Worship. I
Training Union 6:30 m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
p.
McKinney home this household,linens. I Civil; Defense chairmen in costs increased frost takes ;
11
Snack for
a. m. Supper RELIEF OR KO COST,
7:30 QUICK
Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. Evangelistic services : p. 'I Sunday School 10 aro
ueek. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry The temperatureof as'
efficiency well
MYP. 6 p. m. Youth Meetings average the Clubs explained how to away as ,
Prayer Meeting Wednesdays, m. Wade of Starke will used is not hot en- Morning Worship 11 a. m
6:30 occupy' water' store and have safe drinking space. This won't happen with Jtk
: p. m. Assembly for 7:30 "Come let together ,
us reason
p. m. Rev. Joe Hoop Training Union, 6 p. m.
the Odom home. kill the bacteria so
ought to model
water and food emergency your new so eventually
Churchwide School of MIssions
pastor. Ray Norman, pianist. : ." Evening Service, 7 m. Prayer -i, Over fire mfflka; stnWILIARDTREATMENTJ
7 p. mClasses for Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair has as they live. for, days or even cooking and proper disposalof No.Frost operation will cost i i p. mat
Glen Norman Sunday School this week her sisters fabrics. I meeting Wednesday 7 p. '
,
School of 7:15 guests weeks on garbage and sewage. you about 2c to 4c a day. I 1
Missions p .m. superintendent; W. H. Green OF Choir Wednes- SteMMIl and"a'in"UIun**to EM
m. ,
SOUTHSB3E CHURCH practice
Mrs. 1:. C. Brannen of Moul- Studies of bacteriologists .
Special feature for all in sanctuary Civil Defense chairmen Because your new refrigerator cell AcW-'" DI.ar...
Training Union director. D.R. CdlaST trie Ga., and Mrs.H. N. Cool- how that disinfectants addedto I day, 3 p. m. ss eree1.eee.s.ese I ,H. *w"f4.h..e.oii .
holds much I
8 p. m.Tuesday Redding, chorister. taking part were Mrs. Dave i so more-ice ,set.due 110 I.AdiI..
idge of Atlanta.Mr. the water will destroyall .
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wash ...... dI
snacks -chances -b
cream s I
Green, Mrs. Johnny Douglas are .
WSCS presentsthe S mL S. cm SOLSunday and Mrs. Edward J, or:' most of the harmful ;i THE RIGHT POINT for the! .., ...
Mission Study "The Landof CONGREGATIONAL Bible Classes: 10 ft. of Brooker; Mrs. Neal Lyon TOUT family opens the door
bacteria.. : write. Come In and' t.C.
Crews of Macclenny were The disinfectantsare way you :,
Eldorado" in FellowshipHall m.; Assembly Worship with Heilbronn; and Mrs. DeWitt more frequently. When the .-\. OPIIAR L\w
HOLINESS CHURCH i
weekend guests of Mr. and quaternary and phenolic select your favorite ESTER-
10 a. m. Covered dish the Lord's Supper, 11 a. m.; Sinclair. State Farm.A warm kitchen air gets in, the KOCH DRUG STpRE
Mrs. Ralph Odom. compounds. Examples are .BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE:
supper for Wesleyan Service North 301, 2 1-2 miles out Evening Assembly Worship, Common ComplaintA compressor must go to work
Mrs. John D. Simpson entertained Pine Sol and Fast. Look for GRAPH.
Guilds and WSCS in Fellowship of town on left of the road. 6:30 p. m.Wednesday. lady asked "Why does
for her young son, them on 'the! grocery shelves
Hall 7 p. m. Young People's Meeting, Bible Clasaeff, my new refrigerator cost more
George Earl, with a party on next time'you go shopping.
Wednesday Prayer Meet- I Friday, 7:30: p. m. Sunday 7:30 p. m.LAUREL. to run-and why does it keep
his first birthday anniversary,; Modeling Clay
ing and Bible Study 7 p. m. School 10 a. m. Sunday Night running. all the time? It's a
nautical theme Pat Hardee
Jan. 19. A was Mary Dixon and
Teachers Training Course. I Worship 7 p. m. Everyone beautiful icebox with a big
MISSIONARY carried out, with the cake being -I showed how; to make modeling I *4a :a' S 1
cordially invited to attend- lots
freezer, more
7:45 p. m.Thursday space
BAPTIST CHURCH in the shape of a large cla yat their 4-H Club I
Rev. Carl Edmondson. pastor. I and No-Frost.
Chancel Choir ship. Punch and candy were meeting Saturday. This was throughout II

rehearsal, 7:30: p. m. Rev. D. E. Willis Pastor served with the cake. [ part of their child care pro- Answer: Yep, it does cost
EVERGREEN Sunday School and Worship 1 I
All new ones do. To-

FIRST CHRISTIAN BAPTIST CHURCH 2 to 4 p. m. Sunday. Highway Members Baptist of the Church Bayless held ject.Try making modeling clay more.day's refrigerators are about 1 1 1I 1i 1i -: ::1h JI

Tuesday UeetJn7:30 I
CHURCH Prayer i
Sunday School 10 a. m. open house Tuesday night in with 1 cup of flour, onehalfcup :
53t W. Call St.. Starke : p. m.Saturday.
alum if
salt, 3 teaspoons ,
Preaching. 11 a. m. Training their new pastorium. About '
Church Service I :
Bob L. Minute?
Badgett Union 6:30 m. Preaching 100 guests enjoyed the social you have it, one-third cup I
Cor. W. Call & Christian p. 7:30 p. m.
and few drops of
water a
hour. Assisting at tfce refresh- 1
7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting

Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Wednesday 7:30 p. m. GRAHAM ment table were Mrs. O. C. food coloring. Mix well to 4 ti'I _

Church Worship, 10:45: a. m, Wednesday Bible study BAPTIST CHURCH : Crosby Mrs. Louis Martin'l make a stiff dough-like con-

7:30 Jos. E. Norman,, Mrs. Marcus sistency. Wrap in wax paper I
Chi Rho, 5:30 p. m. Choir p. m. .
daughter, Janice Mrs. Iris and keep in refrigerator.The !
practice 6:30: p. m. CYF 7 p. pastor. Sunday School 10 a. m.
Crosby, Mrs. Gladys Newman child 2-4 years old will r I
m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
m. Wednesday. Minister, HIGHLAND Training Union 6:30 p. m. Mrs. J. R. Kelly, and Mrs. C. enjoy the "feel" of clay and i.

Bob L. Badgett.AT : BAPTIST CHURCH I Evening Service, 7:30 p. m.r A. Crosby. will pat, squeeze, and roll it. i iI it
I
1 It's fun also to stick things
Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8.t Mr.. and Mrs. Sherman iI t

THE TABERNACLE Sunday School 9:43: : a. m. p. m.-Rev. C L. Redding pas- Crosby and family, and Mr. In it like straws. I
7:30: p. m. Prayer 'Meeting each tor. Should the child put the !
and Mrs. C. A. Crosby were
Arriving at the Gospel Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. i of the clay in his mouth, it will not
Saturday night guests ....
Tabernacle this week will be SEVENTH DAY i Oscar Crosbys at a fish fry.BROOKER hurt him.Planning. Woman Walks to Moon!

Dr. and Mrs. Harry F. McGee. BOATDRAIN BAPTIST ADVENTIST CHURCH For EmergenciesThis ;,

who have been teaching in CHURCH I .' happens to be a good q. FA7r' .HI67M....

Texas for several months and Sabbath School [Saturday, Ii i time to prepare for any disaster In her adult lifetime, the average Americanwoman

are at present on a missionary Sunday School 10 a. m. 9:30: a.m. Morning Worshinp that might happen. Peo- I I walks as far as the distance from

trip to Mexico Dr. Mc- Morning Worship, .11 a. m. 11 a.m. Located between Wil- ple within our, state have felt i This; man it distressed because: tired to

Gee will, be one of the speakers Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Eve- son Road and Griff Loop. E. I the effects of hurricanes and }Earth to the moon! Make you just

in the meeting to be held ning Worship, 7:30 p. m. L. Marley pastor. Phone 964- By Shirley GrtenAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAA more recently those of torna- a. He lost his billfoldb. think of it? To avoid needless, extra steps t

in the Berea Baptist Churchin Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 1324. when you're already busy enough do your

Jacksonville next week ?:30 p. m.BETHEL. TTVYYYYTYYTYYTYYTYYYVHAMPTON lie lost 10 bucks in poker, free. J
mail-forms are
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Lewis ... banking with us by
AIRPARK BAPTIST Fresh rich milk is an all-
CHRISTIAN CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH and family of Starke visited \ 0
CHURCH around food. Growing children
SUNDAY S&KYICES Rer. R. Williams, Faster Mrs. Amanda Lewis Sunday
afternoon.Mrs. require it for quick energy. .
Carl Clarke Minister Sunday School 9:45: a. m. By Mrs. D. E. Hill Serve it often; at every mead,
Sunday School 10 a. m.
Morning Worship, 11:15. J. H. Sullivan and
10:00: a. m. Bible School every (day.
Morning Worship 11 a. m.: Training Union 6:30 p. m. family attended the funeralof tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.Traffic
11:00: a. m. Worship and Com- Evening worship 7 p. m. Prayer -
Evening Service :15.Rev.. her granddaughter in Bell Jam

municn. meeting Wednesday 7 p. m. Robert Haisten, pastor. Thursday. Makes Lunches LateA ,
FLORIDA
r -. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Fowler stalled freight on Hamp-

REULAH BAPTIST CHURCH and family of Starke visited ton's main street crossing had I

Attention Livestock Producers! Mr. and Mrs. Edd Polk and lunch hour drivers growling I Ii I :- '. ._ -- --- --- --'

Sunday School, lOa. m. I sons Sunday. !. Monday, when the crossing i : ; .,; ;lf-A 1 .oNK: 'fi1FiiI'I f::A'R'ili 1 : : ?::
: t
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. I _. \ 1 :
If have hogs I Mrs. T. W. Markey, Mrs. I was,blocked for 30 minutes, 1 ( -'- '''' C'.n.. .., '
you or _, Training Union, 6:30 p. m.

cattle to sell now or in .... .:. 1:. I I Evening Service_ 7:30.: p. m.I ...- Rosa Pinholster, Mrs. Iva}I I from Traffic 11:45 was to 12:15 lined: up the ftftt Of U I'-.KI CF THt FLORIDA NATIONAL GROW MEUICR FC8CHAL OCttftiT INSURANCE COM .
I and Mrs. Mary Green i
> Douglas
the future( contact : Luther pastor. 1
please Rev. A. MoGee. visited Mrs. Angus Beilling,I Street on either side waitingon .f

'one of the buyers 'r< and Mrs. R. K. Dukes in Lake the train, although several i

at Copeland Sausage : ..-s. CHURCH OF GOD Butler Thursday.Mr. cars and a lumber truck on I ,

Company and give them : '. : .; I the:; east of the crossing ran -
y.( 7:30 m. Evening Worship. and Mrs. Wilson Green
an opportunity to buy -4. 'V.. p. : f Jut of patience and turned a-
: I Sunday School 10 a. m. Horn. and daughters of Jacksonvillewere I
livestock. A. I round heading for Highway AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY
your ing Worship, 11 a. m. Suciay Sunday night dinner
301 the "long around"ia
way
,Evening Service, 7:45 p. m. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave ;
COPELAND
OFFERS YOU 221 northeast-
p. m. Prayer Meeting Friday Green. -

4 BIG ADVANTAGES! 7:45 p. m.AIRPARK. Cecil Wade Stalnaker was Thomas Home Scene : :
I Of Birthday Supper
the weekend guest of John celebrated GLASS AUTO ALES &SERVICE GARDEN SUPPLIES SEWING
AUTO
Family birthdays were MACHINES
I ,
1* Cash market every day. BAPTIST Lewis in Starke at:the1 Glenn Thomas : -.- i

2. No commission. I CHURCH Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green home on Thursday evening Mauldin's Crane Motor Co. I Johnson & Paris Sewing Machine

Shirley and Cherie were guestsof last week when 31 gatheredfor LARK ANGLIA ,
3. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Service Co.
Special consideration
Inc.Complete
given to Flori- .
meat Miss Linda Green at supper. ENGLISH FORD I
Morning Worship, 11:15 a. m.Training Auto Glass New Home White
Line of -
type hogs I da Southern College in Lake- Honored on their birthdayswere MERCEDES BENZ VOLVO
6:30 m.
Union. p.
i land Sunday. Thomas' grand- COMPLETE STOCK CURVED SEEDSPLANTS- Necchi 1'faff
4. Can furnish hauling for sufficientquantities. I Evening Service, 7:30 p m.l .- Mrs. Authorized Sales & Service FERTILIZERSInsecticides Sales & Service
mother, Mrs. W. H. Melton of
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal GLASS
Robert Haisten pastor.PENTECOSTAL "Complete Service for AllMakes"
lRev. -Pet Suppliei Repairs On All Make
visited Mr. and Mrs- M. J. Waldd.who was,85; her mother -
l\\ & Door Glass 'We Rent Fertilizer 815 W. Univ. Ave. Gainesville
Windshield Spreaders'
: Dyal at Delray Beach a few Mrs. L. L. Melton 50; and
506 E. University Ave. 224 N. W. 8th Ave. 876.1075 t
CALL COLLECT HOward days last week. two'of her cousins Leroy and Replaced In Any Make
2.3011 HOLINESS CHURCH FR 2.451Gainesville<< FR 2-0476
I j! Edward Endicott was the Carolyn Melton, in their teens. Car Or Truck SPORTING GOODS

FOR CLAUDE PHILLIPS, PRESTON POLK, i I t 324 W. Brownie St. Saturday night guest of Allen Assisting Mrs. Thomas witfc We Handle Safety GlaM I II Fin Gainesville Fla. -

NORMAN VEECH i Sunday School 10 a. m. Lewis at the home of Mr. and serving were Mrs. L. T. Mellon FR 6-255S [,CAMERAS This Area's Most Complete Lint
I Mrs. ,Clarence Melton I I'
Mrs. Frank Parker in Cross
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Morning Worship, a. m.
Mrs. Rivet Melton and Car-! 1314 S. Main Gainesville LADIES WEAR
Evangelistic Service, 7:30 p. Fuller's Foto Inc. of Sporting Goods at
City.Eddie lene Melton.
CopelandSAUSAGE m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting Lewis of Starke was, AUTO RADIATORS "YOUR CAMERA SHOP"

' 7:30: p. m. Saturday the weekend guest of David I PTA PostponedThe 'Hampton Elementary Headquarters For Cherry's Jimmie Hughes, Inc.

I Youth Service, 7:30 p. m.- Stalnaker.Mr Butler's Radiator Cameras & Photo SuppliesT.
I
PTA meeting, set for Tuesdayevening Gainesville's Most 1111 W. University Galnesv its
COMPANY :
ALACHUA, FLORIDA David T. McGhee. pastor. and Mrs. J. H. Sullivanand ,this week, was post- ServiceMost V. Stamps Address For FashtOn&bI'1 -a-
619 W. Univ. Ave. Gainesville
,
family visited Mr. and poned due to so much illnessin Modern Cores In Stock DRESSES SUITS -COATS'SHOES

Mrs. J. W. Sullivan in Gaines-i the community. It is tenta- Repairs All Cars Trucks I FR 2-0713

REGISTER ville Sunday.Mr. tively set for next Tuesday National Trailer Rental ACCESSORIES Bob's Shoe Store
OFTEN COMMERCIALREFRIGERATION 105 W.
University Gainesville
and Mrs. T. W. Markey' evening at 7:30 p. m. in the 519 S. W. 4th Ave., Gainesville ,
Shoes for The Entire pFORTtJ'NE !
'Were in Gainesville on busi- school auditorium. Parents FR 2-0496
FOR MEN
ness Monday. will be notified further by no- MOVER S
CHARM SET FOR WOMEN
AUTO SALES SERVICE
We wish to express our, tices from the school. DWELL FOR CHILDREN
I Refrigeration
to the Personals'
heartfelt sympathy I Gainesville
Bags fl11lnery-AeuiS01'i
Visitors at the home of Mr. IMPERIAL CHRYSLER
I families of Eury Stokes and
Service Co. 21 W. University Gainesville
Mrs. Nona Parrish on the I and Mrs. Bill UnJerwood and PLYMOUTH VALIANT MayflowerLOCAL 11

I death of their loved ones re- Mrs. Louise H gan at Hamp- Authorized Sales Parta Sidney Leopold, Owner I VACUUM CLEANERSAll
I cently. ton Lake were Mrs. Hogan'sformer AND LONG

ii Birthdays Celebrated neighbors at Jamaica, Service, I Commercial Refrigeration DISTANCE MOVING Makes Of Vacuums *

s II Mrs. Ernest Lester entertained L. I.. N. Y.. Mr. and Mrs. Wil- HawesPowersMotor Air Conditioning Storage And Crating "If It Needs Repairs

I red A. Lewis and children, Friridaire Ice Maker Bring In To Kirby's"NEW
her daughter Ernes- Gainesville FB 6-5224
i : and Mrs. Lewis' mother Mrs. Sold And Serviced 1 USED VACUUMS
Arytime
Co. i
t tine on her 12th birthday anniversary -
Authorized Kirby Distributor
Agnes Edwards. They are now
I with a party at their FB 2-2561 Gainesville PR 2-8392
Island. MUSIC SUPPLIES
residing at Merritt
I home Saturday afternoon. The t Heights FR 6-7700 Kirby
204 N. Main, Gainesville
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams _
: highlight of the evening was .1| HH H BH BB E H i iBi B i&i I
I and two children of Used Can 312 N. Main Lillian Music Store Sales & Service
CONCRETE
I when a recording was played PRODUCTS i
Gainesville Saturday iI 12 8. W. 1st GainevU9{
were supper
1 FB 6-34(9 "Gz4ne rille Leader"Since
i that had been made during I.
ii I I guests at the home of Mr. I FR 6-7110
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; : I the party without the guests INSIST THAT ALL YOUR II
I! and Mrs. George Williams I
I knowing it. Refreshments were LINCOLN MERCURY CONCRETE' PRODUCTS WINTERI I WELDING

served to the ten CABLE r.
I guests pres- here.Mrs. ARE THE BEST FROM
COMET FIAT
3IETCOR
I ent. Vasco Busey and children PLO PIAXORGANS r Universal Welding

I of Valdosta Ga. visited Authorized'Sales ORGANS$1S9$3751
Service CHORD
I, Mrs. Thomas Hamilton en-I here Sunday with her father Edwards Building Guitar Drums, Sheri Company
tertained her daughter. Cindy Parts
John Parker. i
Pipe/Column/ Steel Fabric.
en her 9th. birthday with a here last week at Supply Inc. Music
I Visitors Trained Heehaaics 0M4 lion Steel Repair Track
Budgets
trip to the movie in Gainesville -
14 Jj ft. "=(oma.d" Fiberglass Boat -Johnson 18" HP-Slurry.Tilt Trailer I; with several of her the home of Mr. and Mrs Used Cars 726 S. Main FR 2-4844 FB 6-5931 Bodies Trailers

Lynn Hall were Mr. and Mrs. 112 S. E. First Gainesville J SPECIAL DESIGN
; friends. R. O. of Valdosta Gainesville. Ffcu
Copeland Ornamental Iron
: Work
,. Barkley Motors
COME REGISTEROFTEN Mrs. Earl Green entertained -
: Ga. I 519 S. Main! GainesviH

NO OBLIGATIONTO !1 her niece, Cherie Hinton, Rev. W.-P McElroy attended 615 N. Yam, Gainesville ECTRIC; MOTORS POWER SAWS ( FR 6-7431 *

!! on her sixth birthday Monday -4 the Florida Baptist Evangelistic -

BE GIVEN AWAY BYService with a trip to the movie! Conference in Jacksonville Electric Motor McCULLOCH YARNS-TOYS

{i in Gainesville with several of on Tuesday through VOLKSWAGEN Repair Co.

:her little friends. After the I Thursday last week. Sales Service PaN CHAIN SAWS .

I IMPERIAL I I! show they' returned to Mrs.i Mrs. Free Han of Gainesville OF GAINESVILLE INC. Jack and Jill
Station NEW-USED SALE3
i i Green's home for refreshments; visited here Thursday lastweek COMPLETE ELECTRICMOTOR Open Till B:** On Friday
MlUer Bro Motors
!1 of cake and ice cream. Mrs. I, : with Mr'and Mrs. V.. J. wn sE.RVICEFlorida A Complete Lint Of

1 I Ernest Edwards assisted Mrs..I I Slade. Inc. SALES AND SERVICE Yams NeeStverk -NUJA

"BUY THE BEST BUY IMPERIAL" j Green. David Vickery of I II I Mr, and Mrs. A G.: Pope oJ "Distributer of Saw Co. ,. Pree Instructions
FB2-838
U. S. 301 i Gainesville joined the group' Eau Gaffie guestToI'Mr. New Lincoln Moton" i
North City Limits Starke Fla. \\ere m "WI ton Games Dow -

.' in Gainesville. 'I and' Mrs. Edward Saxon and 1030 E. University Alb.Gad013iH111 FR 211111U. 2538 N. B. 19th Dr. Bobbie

J family last week. .-- a. *.* %. Gainesville Gaicesvilla -. r 125 W. University, O




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