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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 8, 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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Official County Publication Established In 1879

At Brooker Plant

VOLUME EIGHTY-THREE STARKE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1962 NUMBER THIRTY-TWO I





City Ii! iIIf iij!i, SpruceUpIs Courtroom Six CarloadsOf Equipment '. .. '' 1 I I



Gives Arrive On SceneWork I
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under this .
SlatedI was way '
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week on the site of Florida
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Raises In a spruceup'mood, the j' Hydrocarbons' extraction plant .#.' i : i
County Commission TuesdayI north of Brooker with predic- \" 4L'i I,

authorized County Clerk tions that the peak of con-

Members of the Starke fire .I I'! Charles Darby to obtain bids II struction would see from 200 i ,!

on painting the courtroom !I to 250 workmen employed on
and police departments were 1'1 1 .
given walls and ceiling the jury the $6,000,000 structure. Pay- '- '
substantial
pay raises '
by the city council Tuesday : room, and the upstairs hall of' roll expenditures are expectedto vn '
Bradford's aging courthouse.Bids run around $1,000,000 be- : :
night "to bring them up to : : [
par with the pay scales of will also be obtained on fore the plant is completednext : : ;

two types of shades for win- October.Six _
other
city departments, according -
to a statement by _____ I, dows in the courtroom, jury- carloads of equipmentwere -
Councilman Carl Lamar Johns i l room, and upstairs hall: old- set off Monday on the I
style fabric shades [impregnated Seaboard Air Line's siding at
Mayor Randal Chitty ,gave
substantially the same reasonas IL with vinyl, and the more Brooker, and unloading opera-
expensive Venetian blinds. tions started Wednesday. Ad- I
Johns when he
recommended IlL _
_
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raises for the police department -
but stressed that 'no extra Wall Receives Maj. Gen. Mark W. Lance (left) and Mrs. Harold C. Wall I Commission members as to this week.J. '_'_
whether to buy the "better A. Hinson, construction :
pin the stars of the rank of _i _
money is needed to pro- I general on Brig. Gen. H. C. Wall, -
looking" Venetian blinds to superintendent with Hudson :_..: ,._ __
or
vide the raise since no assist- General's StarRetirement I retired, on the occasion of his promotion in rank and retirement ..* _ '. .---'-.-.' :
;kettle: for the lower priced Engineering Corporation of S
,
,
ant chief will be hired. Ser- I from the National Gnard. S S
regular shades and "use the Houston, Texas [the contractors 5'S
geant Billy Overstreet has _
On difference to ] said the : -- ,
buy some paint. equipment was '
S
been' given the rank of lieu- Jr.-Sr. Musical w' -
A decision was delayed until brought here from Grain
tenant and is second in command :
prices obtained.In County, Texas, where the _
are
to the chief. The raises Maj. Gen. Mark W. Lance, : .
will become effective next Adjutant General of Florida, "TheVizard\ Of Oz" To Premier recent months the dilapidated company has just completed. --- -

week. has announced that Col. Har- I condition of some partsof construction of a gas facility. Mr. Hinson said that exca- The usually quiet railroad siding at Brooker was enlivened -
the courthouse have beena About 15 workmen [regu :'vacation work for the plant, this week
the
arrival six
by of carloads
Chiefs of botn departmentswill Md C. Wall of St. Augustinehas of heavy equipment
been the source of public criticism. Jar company employees :, foundation will begin week after for the construction of Florida
now receive; a weekly sal- placed on retired Tonight In BHS Auditorium i Hydrocarbons' extraction plant
i
I Clerk Darby read a letter to brought here from Texas] are next. A slight delay in
ary of $102.50 while the assistant list of the Florida National ': ; two miles north of Brooker on 3R 231.
the board from the Starke now engaged in preliminary !
starting was occasioned, he
Guard and promotedto .I
fire chief and police A cast of over 50 Bradford the play are Mathews, Jockel. Jaycees deploring the "in- clearing grading, and the :, said, because the '
lieutenant will receive $80 the rank of Brigadier Gen- light, sandy job will be brought in by the its original output will be confined
week the same as other department per- eral, Retired.It first High students will present the I Mrs. Ann Butrick and Miss ti creasingly nondescript" appearance construction of temporary I soil of the site makes it necessary {! company due to the need of to LP [propane] gas
performance of the Frances Poe. of the courthouse.The buildings on the site. These to remove the soil, !Jiaving workers who
heads. It was an increase was also announced that school's !' I I are experienced and natural gasoline. It will
second annual musi- will include
board seemed to feel an office build- compact it, and then replace in this I
of $25 per week for Fire Col. Wall will remain in his i cal comedy "The Wizard of 1 Z- that it wouldn't do to put up ing and construction warehouse before some of the heavy I struction. type of con- have the largest storage tank !

Chief R. C. "Red" Buford present position as State Director Oz" at 7:30: tonight in the J fancy window shades and already erected; a car- '
who has been getting $77.50 of the Selective Ser- BHS Auditorium. leave the walls in their present penter shed'and a large welding j The superintendent said that to extract various is hydrocarbons -- the fourth largest in the
fcer week, and a $20 weekly vice System of Florida with I
Shows will also be given to- I dingy condition. shed.Tom : most .of the workmen on the from natural
raise for Police Chief Bill Ros- the grade of colonel. He has morrow and Monday nights. "We'd just get more letters gas, world. I

ser who was receiving $82.50 seen retained in active military A special sound system has : it 4 and more criticism if we did Edwards At Tuesday Meeting I i
per week for the largest raises. service by the Depart- been installed in the auditori- that Commissioner R. H. County Law

Assistant Fire Chief H. C. ment of the Army in his Re- um which will enable every- Ureen Jr. said. He also suggested J Enters Steer

Glasgow received an $8 a week ;
hike from $72 while Lieutenant Col. Wall has served in the everything that is said on 3eats in the jury box chairs J\rn State Fair; MeasureOn I
:
Overstreet got only a $2.- organized militia of Florida stage, according to the directorof reupholstered, but the rest of Futch Knight

50 raise from $77.50. lor more than 30 years. He the play Richard Jockel. the board thought this wouldbe Moving HousesRegulations I

Raises to other members of vas born in Starke in 1900 Children under 12-years-of- i too expensive to consider.In Young Tom Edwards 11- The Bradford County Commission -

the fire department were a and is a graduate of Brad- age will be admitted for 50 1 other action, the board year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. appointed Mack S.

$10 hike to Fireman Eldon ford County High School. He I cents students will be charged agreed at the request of H. V. Maurice Edwards Jr. is shown I to 'substantially i, the moving, the portion of Futch attorney for the board,

Sapp, from $65 to $75 per began his military career by 75 cents, and adults $1.00. : Knight, to assume the responsibility below with his purebred An- 1 stiffen the moving of build- the new lot to be occupied by and H. V. Knight, county pro-

week, and a $5 weekly hike enlisting as a charter mem- I Jockel also says this year's : of watering palm trees "Black which I ings in, out, or within Starke j I I the building, highways, secuting attorney at its meeting
Man"
for newly hired Fireman Har- ber of Co. G. 154th Infantryat show should be "bigger and I that will be set out on U. S. gug steer \ are contained in an ordinance |1 streets and alleys over alongor here Tu day.

ry Green' from $65 to $70. Starke on Feb. 17, 1920. better" than last year, and 301 [North] beyond the city he is entering in competitionin drafted into the city code! across which the buildingis Both positions forme t'v'

Green is due for another $5 He was originally commissioned that it is a reproduction for limits. Knight said that a the Florida State Fair at Tuesday night at the regular to be moved. He i also to :
were held by T.: Frank Lan.rum -
raisenext October, .saidFire. : a .2nd lieutenant on the entire family. Elaborate !1r5..Cnudord"Definitely : large quantity of palms are Tampa today. meeting of the city cou ,dil. give the .
"f proposed .jnoving whG died last month;
I
Chief Buford.Other May 31, 1922. In September costumes and'all the scenery being obtained small cost The ordinance was drafter date and hours any
months and additional
"Black Man" is 20 -
Both of the
members of the police 1937 he was transferred to I was made by the students Not, and expressed hope there after several, buildings moved data new appoints shave
eld and will weigh between necessary to -a law in star!}"
department will also receive the State Staff and promotedto themselves, "clear down to Says Mrs. CrawfordTo would be enough to set them into southwest Starke were I fair determination of whether practices ,

increases of $5 per week Captain on May 10, 1940. the lion's tail" he said. [Continued On Page Six] 1,000 and 1,100, according to criticized by residents of that| a permit to move the building and Futch is. also assistant j

with the exception of radio He was inducted into active Leading performers in the Another TermThe :i guess by Bradford County area as below the standardof. should be issued. state attorney.The

operators who will get a $7.50 service on Oct. 10, 1940 with play are Beth Martin and Agent George Huggins.The residences in the location.As I' board set Tuesday, Feb.
Application
increase the police woman assignment at Headquarters, Sandra Salano as "Dorothy" first announcement on Joe Reddish fair sponsored by the read to the council Tues- fee for moving 20, at 9 a. m. for a special
I
a building the
who patrols the school zone I Selective System, State of Medford Shealy as the "Scare- the 1962 political scene in Bradford Greater Tampa Chamber of day night by City Attorney stays same meeting to consider road priority -

$6, and'the Negro patrolman Florida. After a short tour of I crow," Dave Ingram as the County was a negative one. Tialls SetFebruary Commerce Florida Cattle- George Pierce a summary of I $25.25, but a deposit of $200 requests for presenta-

who works part time in Reno.. duty with the Florida National "Tin Man," Rowan Thomasas "Definitely not," Mrs. E. L. men's Association, and the the ordinance states that it I as indemnity for damages lion at the annual budget

$7 per month. Guard after World War \ the "Cowardly Lion," Linda .Crawford said Tuesday when 27 Florida Retail Federation is will: I must alsobe made. Violation hearing of the State Road Department

Policemen with the rank of he was recalled to active duty III I j Wasdin as the "Wicked asked if she would be a candidate expected to attract some 125 "Regulate the moving of I of any of the new regulationswill on March 2.
be termed
sergeant will now receive $75 with reassignment to State Witch of the West.and Rich- for re-election as County animals. Tom will enter his buildings over or across high- a misdemeanor Commissioner Jerome Johns

instead of $70. patrolmen radio Headquarters. Selective Ser-)| ard Waite as "The Wizard of Commissioner from District Two Circuit Judge George L. steer in the State Fat Stock ways, streets, and alleys in the I and will be subject to a $500 s&id he felt the county's No. 1

sergeants, and the meter- vice. On Sept. 6, 1955 he was Oz." (North Starke). Patten has set Tuesday Feb. Show for FFA and 4-H boys tity; providing for protectionto fine or 90 days in jail. request for primary construcon -

OIl man were raised from $65 to appointed State, Director, a The BHS Band, under direction I "I said. I would ask only to 27, as the trial date for Joe held Tuesday through Friday the city from damages arising In other action the council: :; should be the reworkingof
Eldon W. finish out the term of my late! Reddish of Raiford, accused Took under advisement an the old lane of U. S. 301
$70 per'week., and a radio operator position in which he served of Bandmaster this week. All animals will be out of such operation; authorize -
from $57.50 to $65. Sal- until withdrawal of Federal Mathews, is providing music husband Mrs. Crawford said,, of first degree murder of shown today and sold tomorrow the city building inspector application from George A. [North]. Action was delayed

ary for a relief operator went Recognition by reason of attainment for the production. Teachers and that is what I meant." Union County Deputy Hal and Blue Ribbons, Grand, and city clerk to is- Brown of the Southern Line- until the Feb. 20 meeting

up from $35 to $40 weekly and of maximum age on assisting in the direction of Mrs. Crawford's statementleft ;. Croft and his assistant Ronald and Reserve Champions will be !i jue permits; provide for enforcement Cleaning Inc. of Casselberry,. however. The board has previously -
i
that> of the police woman Dec. 14, S60. He will continue I I a wide open field for pros. Jackson, last May 23. selected. and prescribe penalties I Florida to clean the city's made up a priority list

from $40 to $46. The part to serve as State Director of I City Sets PolicyOn pective Commission candidates I. Croft and Jackson were I Tom entered his Blue Rib- for the violation of its sewer lines. Brown, who appeared on secondary road construction I

time'Reno patrolman will now Selective Service in his Reserve Grass FiresTo in North Starke.No slain as they attempted to bon steer last year in the light provisions." at the meeting, offer- in the county, but this is ..
month insteadof announcements have serve a warrant on Reddish Henceforth ed to do the job for 37 cents subject to change.
receive $55 per of the Army status as weight class. The judge pointed any person
$47. colonel.In keep down any serious been made for the other two I at the home of Reddish's out that if his steer had wishing to move a building oj[I rer foot if he could start A proposed pay increase fora

In making the motion for orders grass fires in Starke corporate Commission seats that will be father. Croft died at the scene carried a little more weighthe any kind must on application L 1 within 30 days. He raid the member of the county road

pay raises for the fire depart- publishing the "General, limits and to aid in the city's: voted on this spring, but it is: of the shooting, ;and: Jackson would easily have been the forms provided by the city,I I, cleaning would solve, at least department was dropped when I

ment Councilman Johns said Gen. Lance said: of his clean-up campaign the city expected that both incum died a few hours later in a I champion of nearly 100 in the give a description of th<;l partially the overload problem Commissioner Johns said the

that the pay raise has been Wall has, by virtue vast i council Tuesday night voted to I bentsJerome Johns, South l Lake Butler HospiaL show, according to Huggins. building to be moved. The! I which the city faces board had adopted a, classllication -
capability integrity and ., Starke and Mrs. Jessie Chas- Afer the shooting, Reddish with its sewers. of workers and salary
needed for a long time since control burn with city equipment ; His steer last year was from!| applicant must also provide
the firemen put in an 84 knowledge of the military the, at $4 per hour upon request tain, Hampton-will seek re. apparently wounded himself the Lonnie Harley herd on I j :a legal description, on citj;r Gave Fire Chief R. C. fchedule at the beginning of

hour, week. He also said it and more particularly of any citizen. election. :n the chest with Croft's Highway 16 east of Starke. 1 forms, of the lots involved ir L II "Red" Buford permission to the budget year, and that a

costs a fireman $4'or $5 per Selective Service System, ren- Residents who own land oi:I Candidates for county of.. pistol and was in a critical f -I order 1,500 feet of new fire raise at this time would violate

week just to provide food and dered invaluable service to i which serious grass fires are fices must. qualify between i condition for several days in ; t'II; I j hose at $1.65 per foot. The the principle of this

bed clothes for the nights he the State of Florida and the liable to start are requested to I noon March 6 and noor:i Bradford County Hospital. He ; :: I hose, to be purchased from agreement.

has :to spend at the station United States. The personal contact the fire departmentwhen March 20. Candidates foi was later removed to the hospital : .. the Bi-Lateral Fire Hose Clerk of the Court Charles
sacrifice made by him in order % -' .
when on duty. they plan to burn, and,, State Representative qualifj r at the Raiford State I' f Company of Chicago will cost, Darby reported that the Sher-
to has been great '
serve
"The police department pay if they wish to hire the city to I between noon Feb20 anc I Prison. S Lr : 2475. It will be put on the iff's department. had had an
raise reflects a reduction in and by so doing he remainsan I co the job for them. noon March 6."SPACE' According to State Attorney I ;i, ? I new fire truck on which the "unusually fine 'month" In I

force and does not representany outstanding example as a" T. E. Duncan Reddish's trial S S I -' city expects delivery Febru- January depositing $6,337.10

departure from the regu- patriot and a great American. was delayed because of the p'i 5A # 1 ary 20. in the Fine & Forfeiture fund.

lar schedule but it does bring MISSILE1YIISFIRES unavailability of a state wit- 1 Received a letter from the Darby said this was the high

our- pay scale up to par with Two Face 1 ness, James Fraser of Mac- S"a Life of Georgia Insurance Co. est return for the sheriff's department -

other city departments." Mayor B&ECharge t clenny. who was working at a .5 11 S S stating that the city's group of any month since

Chitty stated in his recom- \ i nursery near the Reddish __ % S,' : 4; policy for employees expires he had been clerk i

mendation.Of Two Bradford youths, 19- :. home when the shooting oc- \ March, 1, and asking for a 25 Permission was granted to I

the raises to his depart- year-old Monroe Carter and a curred. per cent increase in rates the Bradford County Civil De- I

ment Fire Chief Buford said L 17-year-old girl, are -in the Ardel Crosby citizen-taxpayer wants to know what : Fraser has been serving 414 I from 72 to 90 cents per $1,000 lense Rescue Unit to use the

[Continued un 'rag 51x1 county jail charged with breaking the County Commission is going to do about moving the with the Navy in the Medi- I of insurance. for next year. county barn for storage of

l( and entering the residenceof Superintendent of Schools out of the courthouse.Mr. I terranean, but is scheduled : Council ordered City Clerk equipment, and the road fore

Second Annual 'Pace Lewis who lives eight Crosby appeared before the board Tuesday and : for discharge on Feb. 10 and Merrill Edwards to hold any man's .office as a meeting
I miles west of Starke on S. R. interested tax- ; should be available by the I reply and to cal for bids from place JOT the unit.
said he was asking the question as an '
BHS MUSICAL I 16. I trial date, Duncan said. other companies. At the suggestion of Com
He said the board had been quoted in the pressas
payer. I Reddish will be defended by -
The boy is under a $1,500 missioner K. H. Green Jr.,
I
to take this action. attorney Sigsbee Scruggs of S
"The WizardOf I planning & the clerk instructed to
bond and the girl was released 1 -S was
Commissioners declared they had never! said they 1I I Gainesville. Hospital Board
The S
i in the custody of her parents find out the cost of a plug-in

Oz". [They admitted entering the: were going to put the Superintendent out of the court- i Elects Officers telephone extension to the

\house, Lewis; is a bachelor em-: house (to make more room for County Judge T. A. ; Keys, Keys, Keys, I commissioner's meeting: place
Tonight t. Friday,Monday\ ployed at DuPont, several times Yawn). Tommy Hamilton of Brooker [courtroom]. Green said this

7:30 P.M. :during the past year. Commissioner Jessie Chastain said the board was try- Who Lost 26 Keys? I was re-elected chairman of service should more than pay

the Bradford County Hospital for itself in time saved. At
BHS Auditorium : Items reported missing by ing to work out a plan to settle the space. issue but that I "Who in the world would the annual
t (board of trusteeea at present the Clerk must go
I,Lewis were a Polaroid camera nothing had been worked out yet. i carry around 26 keys on his meeting Tuesday night Other downstairs to
the
S or Circuit
Presented By valued at $150 a man's ring''' Crosby said he wanted to know, as a matter of policy ;belt? S (officers I elected at this time Judge office to make necessary -

Junior-Senior Classes I valued at $100 a wallet and key if the board was required to provide office space for the I! That is what the Starke Police --- : i were Charles Shuford, vice telephone calls duringthe

!case a pair of sheets and, two superintendent.It ll i Department is wondering -. chairman; And Mrs. Inez Green. meeting
I j after finding a key ring with
pillow cases. Deputy Sheriff was suggested that he direct the question to County S-S 4S secretary-treasurer. County officials reported excess -
that number of keys on it a
This Space Contributed I Willard Williams said the ring Attorney Mack Futch. I few days ago on east Call ._ ;_ S :. I The board retained the firm fees tdrned in to the general -
he would answer the question if I Sp"SJ. S fund for calendar year
hocked in Starke for $2.50 I Futch told Crosby '
3
Weekly to Publicize I was Street. ,- '.. .. S S of Thomas & Pierce as attor-
I I -' S s;; .c. 1901. as follows: Tax Assessor,
board-
and that it and the key case and I asked of him by the After counting up police of- 1- I neys, succeeding the late T.,
Community Events by I 2932.60; County Clerk. $867.-
the to ask?
"As I don't have right
wallet have been recovered. : a taxpayer 'I|fleers found they have four ; -- S Frank Landruin.Representatives. :05) : Tax Collector. $30; County
The I Thd hocked at Crosby inquired. 'sets of keys and a "whole .
Community 1 camera was ai L r ; of an insar Judge. $10.91.
I "You have a right to ask the board,",Futch replied. I batch" of loose keys at the
Salaries for office
I i pawn shop in Jacksonville, ance company reviewed Uuhospital's clerks for
asked the'board Crosby sat down. station. Owners pf the lost
State Bank Having already the 1961
; year were reported -
t Williams said. and has not and reported I
keys call for them at coverage
I Another courthouse "space missile" misfired.( may any as follows: Tax Collector! ,
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'- ,,', a re available for more. Memser and Buddy
.... ..i A. Q. Smith Carl Lamar' 1 .:M;. and Mrs.Merritt Williams Sunday Rites and ordered to appear in 't>ers of the Explorer Committee Boys from 14 to 18 are mire t
.w. Johns, George Ricks Abe : spent the weekend with her WHAT WHEN Mayor's Court next Monday f II Jim Blood-.orth. Wm. Rosvited to join the group. j

...a.o ." ., Abercrombie and Mr. and mother, Mrs.' J'F. Rogers, in HeldFor, night. ; .
AND WHEREBPW' The mishap occurred last,
Jacksonville..
"ur4 r Mrs. Jerome Johns attended i "
.wn., :}". 1 491In1C :the State Jaycee Conference .' Irs.'T. J. Corbett of'Fer nan- i Hazen Saturday at about 4 p. m. :

.v_ In Tallahassee last Thursdayto diha spending two weeks with T. I t II
her daughter, Mrs. Fred Snell I 4

,.,, ? ..1..MiVS MOOTY PHONE'964-0331 Mrs.Sunday.R. L. Wilburn of Savannah and'famlly.: The Snells Club luncheon, Friday' T. C. :Hazen;: 71, died Friday, Explorers Post I
visitors Mr. Feb-9h12 clock;."Garden Res- Feb. 2 at his home in Gaines-
...vtt Ga. visited Mrs. Foster Shi had "as Sunday Being Organized
_, Smith and Mrs. Walla LipS y Mrs. Harold Waldrdn of lSj''taurant. ville after a briefillness.. A ,I
"Mr. and Mrs. John D. Pope Mr. and Mar Junior i & Senior Woman's :
Mrs. Stanley last Thursday.Mrs. Augustine. native -Brooker,''he was a retired An Explorers Post is being' i
.....::: 'of P mP ''Beach 'were Sat- tin and children of Tallahassee Joe Sanders of Valdosta, }fr. and 'Mrs. L. D. > .I II Club lard party; Saturday, Feb. Seaboard Line agent, anda organized for boys from 14 to :

'' urday Quests of Mr.,and'Mrs.. were weekend guests of Ga. spent Monday and Tuesday I were: in Stockton, Ga. over the 10, '730"p.m..- at Club House. member of New Hope Baptist 18 years of age with meetings 1

: J. R. Wainwright., Mr. and Mrs. 'J. P. Blood- with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse New-'weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. 'Little Woman's Club meeting Church. I scheduled every other Thursday;
I'
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stanley worth. Mr. Bloodworth under- some. ,Walter Timmerman. ; Monday Feb. 12, "7:30: p. Funeral services :were held night'at 7:30 at the. .Methodist?:

"M and Mr. and Mrs. Russell went surgery in the University Mrs..Bertha. Pearce returnedlast I V. 0..Bridges was admitted to m. 'Club House. at 3 p. m. Sunday in the New Church. The next meeting will;

...... Crosby and families of Jacksonville Medical Center 'on Tuesday.Mrs. week from three weeks.Bradford County Hospital on W. S.Guild 1 meeting'Tues- Hope Baptist Church,. near La- be Feb. 15.Twelve I

... and Mr.. and Mrs. E. L. Badman is Visiting visit with Mr. and Mrs. S,:M. Wednesday'as a medical patient. .day, 'Feb 13, 7:30: p. m., home Crosse, with Elder Cecil Bass boys are already mem,
... Harold Crews and family of Mr. and Mrs. H.-B. Tr' scott Simmonds and Mrs. Beulah 'Mrs: aid Mrs. "Proctor Snow of ;Mrs.' F.-'Ottinger.w officiating. Burial was in the bers of the post, and openings '
..* Starke .were Sunday dinner Jr. at Daytona Beach S. Guild'2 meeting, Feb.
Sax in Richmond, Va. will return to their home in church cemetery with Williams-
r: guests of:Mr. and Mrs. Floyd this week. Dublin, Ga. on Friday after a 13, 7:30: -p..m.,. home of Mrs. Thomas Funeral Home in
Crosby.. R.. Brabham attended Rev. and Mrs..E. F. Montgomery Godwin. NOW OPEN
Rev. John Henry
.' '., week's visit with Mr. and Mrs.L. charge of arrangements.
Mr. 'and }Sirs.. Gay [Wicks} the Pastors Retreat at ,.and Mrs. Horace Tol- D. Vining.Col. Starke Woman's Club meeting Surviving: are his wife }Irs.) C

inert Jr. of Cooperstown, the Methodist Church in bert of Lake 'City spent Sunday and 'Mrs. T. T. Long returned Wednesday, Feb. 14, 3:30p. : Ruth 'Reaves Hazen, Gainesville int 51Ctt'6fi61 1 0@ 0 ,

= Pa., former Starke residents, Alachua on Monday. i with their son and Monday from a week's mV Club House. ; two daughters, Mrs.:Grace

vfho were on their honey- Mrs. J.:A. Griffin was in daughter. Mr. and Mrs.. David visit in Wilmington, Dela. with BPW club'meeting Thursday, Ritch, Starke and Mrs. "Made-,

= moon, were visiting friends Lakeland last week, viSitingher 1 Montgomery. Rev. Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis Feb. 158p.: m., home of Mrs. line Andrews Fort 'Lauderdale;'

... here last. week enroute to father, F. R. Coker who I baptized his grandson- Alan, and with their son, Dave Long, Ruby Jol ris. three sons, T.. C. Hazen Jr.,, WednesdayAfternoon

:: South Florida. has been tit ,Montgomery at the Presbyterian who was on mid-semester va- QES meeting :Monday, Feb. Starke; Dan Hazen, Jackson-I i
-- Mr. and':Mrs. Frank Chain Mrs. 'Lucile Davis I Church Sunday morning of "* ville and Rad Hazen, Gainesville
was a cation from the University 19, 8 p, fl L, Masonic Lodge. ; .- I II
= of Akron, Ohia'were. Friday medical! patient in the University service. Delaware. Enroute home they ; two brothers, Dr. Olen II I
1
w visitors! of Rev. and Mrs. Bob Medical l Center last Wed- Mrs. H. P. Moye of Orlandois visited Dr. and Mrs. D. C. Fore- .BHS PTA, meeting,. Tuesday, B. Hazen, and Fred Hazen, I
Feb. 20,..8 ..p, m-, Cafeteria.
Padgett. nesday to Saturday. I visiting her son-in-law and hand in Albany, Ga., and Lt. both of .Gainesville; and two !

.-... Rev Leo Hebert Rev. John Mrs. Belva Reese of Charleston daughter, Mr. and Mrs.. G. S. Thomas T. Long Jr. at Fort Garden Club ,meeting, Monday -. sisters, Mrs. L. A. Brown 'R

Br abham and. Rev... Bob Bad- S. C. and Mrs. Pauline Newcomb.Mrs. Benning.Mr. Feb. 26, 7.r30 :p. m., home Gainesville, and Mrs. George THEATPt I ISTARKE

Y ?ett attended the Adolescent's Torode were visiting in St. Nelle Beavers of St. and Mrs. Bill Vining and of Mrs Wayne Haines. Dame, 'Plant City. FLA.SUN.MON.TUES.. :

domiciling Program at the U. Petersburg and Orlando last Petersburg is visiting her children of Gainesville, 2nd Lt. i,:

= of:F.. last Monday to Friday.,, week. MrsReese is spending daughter Mrs. W. N. North. John Park of Pensacola, and Woman Hurt
.
Unit
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. TrescottSr. several days this week with Dr. and Mrs. Barney McRaeJr. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stefanelliand Rescue I

rof Pembroke,. N. 'Y.and- Mrs. Torode. and sons of Lakal City were sons of Jacksonville were Given.Use'OfCounty Car TotaledIn FEB. 1112.13 FOR YOURCONVENIENCE

Mr.-and: :Mrs, Trescott.Jr. of Mrs. J. W. Andrews Mrs. visiting Mr.. and Mrs. McRae Sunday dinner guests of Mr. AccidentAn DOUBLE FEATURE :

Daytona Beach were', weekend Pauline Tordde; and Mrs.. Bel Sr. on Sunday.Mr. I and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli. ShopThe "Back
Street"PLUS
{gueat, of Mrs. Pat Cauffman va Reese were visiting at and Mrs. Lester crews, A-3c John :Miller who has 1. accident at the Intersection -,

an
l Mr. and Mrs. James L. day. the graduation of their niece, training at Lackland AFB. San Defense Unit has received R. 16 hospitalized 22-year-old: Days of Thrills

ChUty\ and family were in Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Sanborn Kathleen Hooks, from the U.. Antonio, Texas will return permission from the Board of Patricia Durban of the State; We sincerely believe a store such as Carp'sshould'be

WUliston over theweekend 'of Lake Worth are spending of F. Saturday night.I. home Friday for a ten-day visit County Commissioners to use Farm and totally wrecked her 1 and Laughter open to serve you at all reason

"iting Mr. and Mrs. James Thursday'to Monday with her I H. Hazen of Titusville with his wife and relatives the county maintenance shopas 1961 Volkswagen, according to Plus CartoonWED.THURS. able hours. For that reason, we will now

Sullivan.] They also visited daughter Mrs. Harry Mooty spent the weekend with Mrs. after which he will leave for a shelter for the unit'sinergency a report by Starke Police. |I We also believe
be all
: vehicle and other open day Wednesday.
Mrs Roy Crenshaw in Ala- and family. Mr. Sanborn will A. E. McKinney and son; 13 weeks further training in Mrs. Durban was tiavellingl, I
equipment.'Permission was also I FEB. 14-15 I inducement possible should be exercised
hua General Hospital on attend the Stamp Collectors Everett. Amarillo, Texas. toward Starke on 'S. :R. 16 behind -! every
!Sunday. convention in Ocala during Misses Kathleen Conway and given to. use the office another can when a 1961' DOUBLE FEATURE to make shopping in Starke convene

Mrs. J. H. Chitty'was a .'the weekend. Judy Lesawyer were in St, Tag Sales Still ;space and in the building classes for meetings of- Dodge driven by William Fran-, Blast of Silence I ient and attractive for you.
"leqlcal training
l patient in Bradford Tommy, Michael, and Petersburg and Tampa on cis Oster, 46, of Starke, who apparently -
-PLUS-
county 'Hospital last week. Stephen Gay of Miami spent Monday and Tuesday as guestsof Behind ScheduleWith the unit. did not see the small

Mr. and Mrs. 'Alvin Gene of the weekend with their grandparents Miss Linda Kouba, and attended The County Commissionersand \ehicle, pulled out and hit its The MinotaurPlus
Jacksonville spent the week-. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. the State Fair. the Civil Defense Direc- left side. Introductory Special!
-nd' with Mrs. L. S. Hutto the deadline for purchasing tor have commended the unit Cartoon j
: while
their Mr.
Gay parents She was hospitalized last I
those the
?nd lamily. Among attending license tags only 12 for their effort and progress Wed. Feb. 14
and Mrs. Gerald attended
lacerations
; Gay Ringling Bros. Circus in Jacksonville toward aiming to serve the Saturday with over I FRI...SAT., FEB. 16.17 ,
the Jaycees Mid-Winter last weekend Mr. cays away and with almost her right eye and forehead and I

I,0 Conference in Tallahassee.Cpl. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale were and' 2,500 tags left to be sold, community in any emergencyor with bruises and was released I DOUBLE FEATUREI
other incident involving
Joseph A. Gay of 'Fort family, :Mr. and Mrs. Freeman. workers in Tax Collector J. work. They. Tuesday. Oster received no injuries The I FREE with each Purchase ,
Bragg, N. C. also spent the fescue or recovery according to Police Lieutenant -
Register Jr. and family, .Miss: R. Kelly's office are dreading offered encouragement of Benson
Flori have Major
ciaTheatre weekend with Mr. and Mrs.G. Margaret Colson, Mr. and Mrs Billy Overstreet, but
the last minute rush. reward erecting a small building ONE PAIR LADIES
A. Gay. O. W. White Jr< and family E. was charged with failure tol -PLUS-
could be
Mrs. Frances Milam Of L. Matthews and and Kelly said Monday that he or shelter that yield the right-of-way and causIng -! i

Jacksonville spent Friday and Bobby Ferguson, daughters Mrs. Nelson I i'ad sold only 1,975 tags against -I used as a permanent head- an accident. He was re-i The JayhawkersPlus i NYLON HOSE

Saturday with Mr. and Mrs.' Green and family, Mr. and Mrs the 4,400 which were quarters. CD leased under, a bond of 152.50, Cartoon iI i ,
With the help of the I I

H. B. Hamilton. Elden Mathews and family, Mr, purchased last year in Brad- Mr. and :Mrs.'Arch Lawrenceof and Mrs. Sid Shuford and family ford County. He urges all car been; able to purchase various :,"" ,- -, :.: ... -_ --: .. W ,. f.; :: ".:: .:::::": ..,, _..::. ::,;. ,: :' :'.:,_ : : ':__ .:: ..:
Springfield, Ohio were Friday Mr. and Mrs. George Kauf-
.
owners who have not yet items of essential equipment ,
visitors of Mrs. Vernon mann and family, Mr.and Mrs,, r
FRI. & SAT. bought their 1962 tags to do that are now in the emergency J
Smucker.
Mack Futch and family, Mr.
so without delay. A vehicle and for use. A
prompt ready
FEB. 9 & 10 Tommy Haines of Alta- and Mrs. George Huggins and I
purchase will enable the office base station and two walkie-
monte Springs was an over- family, and Judge and Mrs. T. a
Double Feature to give prompt service I talkies have Decently been purchased I
ProgramFeature. night'r guest Saturday of Mr. A. Yawn and family. .J1 r. .
:)sL .and'.Mrs Charles Hardy.P. Albert of' svith- no waiting, Kelly said, giving the unit boat- FltnirItJ; FWJt Ifdd
> anti M. Barefoot was admitted Crews Miami wa s something- which.won't betrue' } -shore: communications: ? vital ::-.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. R. "
NOW to Bradford County if everyone waits until the I in drowning or water res- '
Chism last week. last minute. r .
Hospital on Monday as a
ue.'I
IbT ssxa-w: medical patient.
':.'IDfDlmr i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tanner "'. .

,1 : 1 I Baldwin were visiting' '' ,.". .

: Mm'ever Mtr'1 ,Charlie Powell and Mrs. J. H. ,..!i.t: 'MA'lJl1NGLAMOUR':

'MITalUMPARm': Fields on Saturday. .v (t 's.
ill AC a.Maeit9ai Mrs. Thelma Mendoza and :".,, .
.
,
/5
rt'WME.rrem Sill.1.II ; Miss 'Gloria Johns of Jack-N -PiibI! Notice -of Sale.. -'.'f .. .'.<'t..t-,......., """".! '
r'l ,;w- :0<0: '. >' 'f'-
.. .. sonville were Sunday visitors V f....'" ..;., .,v > :
'
'
''iU UI.tII8lfD ) of' Miss Annie Darby and Mrs. l' ; I
tR! Carrie Flitch.'Douglas .. Noti..z6fqiutate
'
Seymour has entered -- 1 k 7Ja.,
1 C
2nd. Feature

Jacksonville the University.second term He at is We% Need Room for New Shoes So 0)C,
i '
'
sharing an apartment'' in'Jacksonville Button-free Afl I
Love laughs and with his cousin, Mar- Dy quilteddamask i oc

'Mwtkrota ion Harrington who is' alsoa ah Unit w.tgM .
AT t ""
Fun! student at 'J. U. t
'. 4
'M-G-II-pratdlts Mrs. Thelma Seibert and 5" Y9 ..1 Wt6

:"': f dftnn Miss Louise Seibert of St.: PRICES YOU LOVE! Silve r

Petersburg were Sunday visitors i fo '
{ (ij FORD I tl, ,tt %# LabeltTwn
'>' of :Mr. and Mrs. L. A. O-e w'
:.. DEBBIE Davis. I4: tia '
", double size box s Foam.
or mattress or iN in0. rubber
;." .'.REVnOtDSCartoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Out- Y -r eb ,; sold in sets( only Double N z. foam add $20 ptf Kb
;
: law and family spent Satur- : "
i LADIES DRESS HEELS
\wfGJI'ZE Bit day at Cedar. Keys. 17 Clay'.eie"

] Mrs. Clayton Strochein of -
o.tm"i.n f
DeRidder, La. was a dinner .
T ""r Values to 1'
,x guest of 'Mrs. J. T. Quigley Your 1 to New for the first f\tnt

The DoghouseSUN. : ,WedneSday Mrs..W, B., Mundy, Mrs. Guy $$1699 i--- -' v Price }; :\ e beE w e9 PF / t / .Malone GLAMOUREST brings

Sale, Mrs. Carl Sapp, and
.. .'r 1 a s ,,,;ri you the greatest combination of
-
Mrs. E. F. Miles were in

., MON., &. TUES. Atlanta, Ga from Monday to M4L! extra; value..the blendinG

FEB. .11, 12,..& 13 Wednesday attending a style AND CASUALS A R
FLAT
'A
show. ii 71 cf a handsome blfon-fresS
-- --
1 flGtissgwshed Adult Entertaimnca 1 1.toolble4bwoe 1P Mr., and Mrs. A. Q. Loudon >: 15 quilted damask cover with "Ihs"
and family and Linda Wasdin Values to a
t pent the weekend in Marion; r;.' t improved dstfang! quaiit.**

Ala. where Patricia Loudon AND '
i \ r? % Of the. Dyna-flex! and layw-bilt
snd Linda Wasdin attendedthe

\t7M Judson College open .. .. .: cpnfrvction or 1 IOG9o
&f.tbK house. t l
4 .
a
Mr,and Mrs Ted Wrye and t. : fQOll.rv b.,. 11

I Mr. and Mrs.Joe Bryant and CHiDfiENS 'SllS I 117' 17 Oa + V. ?

20. 1 family 'ofFort Lauderdale tv 1tU 'fro .,ti .; ;.
i* : ka" cpe $ ,
1 were:overnight guests Monday *
I 1 of i Mr. and ''Mrs. Tyler'Jones.I h Values to Y.>>:s.I i ie rt tW aoite of wi priBj or 1CO% kaA nlt j cOaJ8Bi eewlruefcn oBlacklabe 0r
}
lAND ( _3 ya .
Cartoon Mrs.. W. E. :Middleton. Miss *

Rabid Rebel: .Madge, Middleton Mr. and $ : f .. Glamoujresf...,. ,39,95* .

Mrs. E. L Matthews and II I '-.I-. : Irtro fir*irMnpring Of revirsbt: IMM rubbc*1.UdI M lted(fewa*>r w K.

family, and Bobby Ferguson II i Gold Label *
WED., THURS., & FRI joined the-Dowlmr family're- I rt ,r G Small test.,..,..,59.95 ,

FER 14; 15, &, 16 uniort'at the'home'of Mr. and 1 JARlal'' MEWt SHOESi i-The: Last Go-Round !i iI M I
Mrs: 'W. D. Jones and Mrs.'I :3 I Mo2o
i I
_
I J I e
Mae Jones in Jacksonville ) tf&rfdaf's

I Saturday evening.Mr Gome( GetEm'-tiaw! I II I .
.t-
V .. and Mrs. Lloyd Herrin 1 .
,
of Callahan were Sunday I j.1 Values < ., .: : .

visitors of Mr. and :Mrs. Tyler I I t ...' -. Your7ri I :, / Fact You Con Do Better at -
Jones.Mr. 1 x. ::; :!< ':-
j
g'S' :
} } .' e .
and Mrs. Pete Hough l' ? 1 t

.l; and daughter Diane of Jack-j i ._ :.
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'I i Go.
sonville were Sunday after-I Denmark Furniture '
-
r noon visitors-of 'Mr. and Mrs.I :; .' -" I ... .. .

1 b H. L. Hough; .Ii, ./1 'a '! '.= :0/, I .1' Iy f; .! .; < .

1 SP-4 David L. Schwartz 'of-i ., 1. e S"' \ ., 'R"It I! ; ( "

.. : is '
AtrrasrR.ea>i Fort.Knoz'Ky.' spending j ;. rJl '-' n &' ( '
i \. 1. OF ) STARKE '
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two weeks with Mn and Sirs.I '," ; { i *

r W.. Jackson. : I .
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Cartoon: SP-4 Bud Lawson of Fort 1 I I I II 434446 W. Call'"St. Phone 964-4321
119 Starke JluL """ ,."'q"muh I
.Bicep'Built 'For Two' Myers, Arlington. Va. was I- N. Wabmt Street i

home for' the 'weekend. : !i.= i






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THURSDAY FEB 8., 1962 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEO KAPH. 'STARKE. FLORIDA .PAGE THREB

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Mary Davis Is Wed TIn o Donald Coopertist CARE Program !I I,will benefit from the campaign.;[Ladies CouncilThe CARD'OF, THANKS


1f J e Madison Street Bar Ceremony I II It Presented To Nolan Woodburn, chairmanfor We wish to express our heart-

the drive that Ladies Council of First felt for the ex-
Women local stated appreciation
Miss Mary E. Davis, daughter Junior ,L -1 I Christian Church met last
i he was well pleased'with the pressions of kindness throughout -
of Mrs. Oscar L. Davis and
Mrs. J. V. Rowe, chairman I Thursday evening with Mrs. the illness of our loved ones.
f the late Mr. Davis of Gaines- success of the dance and .
GLADYS MOOTY. PHONE 96451> of International Affairs for the exi I i Lonnie Fullwood, president, We are especially thankful for
ville, became the bride of Donald I II pressed his appreciation to the!
courtesies extended duringour
Junior Woman's Club, presenteda I presiding.The the
R. Cooper, son of Mr. and crowd who came to enjoy the!
I program on CARE at the regular program on Missionswas time of bereavement; for I
f Flora Slade Mrs. C. L. Cooper of Route 2, '
meeting :Monday night. music and dance to the"Do Ret presented by Circle 3. Refreshments -|the food flowers, and other

Is Wed To Starke, on Tuesday evening, II Mrs. Rowe gave a,short history Mi" combo. were served by Cir- acts of kindness.-The family
Jan. 16, at 7:30 o'clock. Rev. _
of CARE from its begin- cle 3 after the meeting. 1 of Nona Whitehead Parrish.TERWILLEGAR .
W. M. Dunnagan of the Mad- Kax hy
MichaerO'Brien i 'I ning as a help to war torn Europe -'
11i, ison Street Baptist Church rTi 'y I Iza
ii in 1945 to its present .pro
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Howell performed the ceremony. I gram of self-help, community
The wedding was held at I
Slade announce the marriage of I and emergency

their daughter, Flora Bell, to the home of the groom's par- tt I relief improvement.in 28 countries. A film, '
S'r
!ajichael William O'Brien, son ents. The young couple recited S'f i I The World Our Hands Can

of Mr. and Mrs. F. X. W. the nuptials before an arch- \ -. [Make," "showing the effects of

O'Brien of Coral Gables. The way of greenery and fern <
Rp < x : the CARE self-help programin
that was flanked by basketsof
marriage took place January a rural Mexican village illustrated -
-
18 in Thomasville, Ga. ;- white gladioli: and pom- the work of the CARE
::- poms, palms and branched ... -. ,....,-- -- MOTORS
They are now residing in; ,., program. I
candelabra with burning '
Tallahassee, where Mr. O'Brien I .. The president, Mrs. Jerome WilliamsHobbsWedding
!
white tapers. Miss Donna f ,, .. '
is attending Florida State Uni- Johns, presided. Mrs. Warren
Dunnagan, organist, playedthe --
versity. ,. wedding music. five branched candelabra with Winkler presented the 7th in To Be

I burning white tapers, entwined the. series, Major Religions of
I
Charles Davis the bride'sbrother
the World, with a 'devotion1 about February 15
.Woman's Club with fern. The punch
served best
as man. '
,. _, 1962 FORD
Hinduism. An ,announcement
covered with a pale
Miss Clairnell sisterof able was
Cooper, '
To View Film the groom, attended the green linen cloth and centered was made by Mrs. Pat:! Mr. and Mrs. Albert H Wil- ji ;

bride as maid of honor, wear- with a crystal punch bowl Cauffman of the card party to I limns:announce the approach.

On CommunismT. Miss Josie Maze, ing a light blue nylon net and which was surrounded by fern be held Saturday, Feb. 10 at ing marriage of their daughter Falcon Tudors
7:30 All members of the Wk
H. Slade will show a film Joe Frith: Set white lace waltz length gown and white pompoms. at the Starke p.m.Woman's Club, the Jun- Maxine to Jimmy Hobbs, ,
entitled Encirclement" over taffeta. In her hair she Guests were greeted
'Communist
son of Mr. and Mrs. James C.
and husbandsand
ior Woman's Club,
at the Starke Woman'sClub March 3 WeddingMrs. wore a headband of light blue door by Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
dates are invited to at- Hobbs of Starke. The:wedd.ing'wlll 0
I regular meeting, next velvet and net, and she car- Cooper. Mrs. Charles Davis OVER 1,000,000 SOLD!
Arvie Lee Maze an- and Mrs. Jesse Touchton pre- be an event of February Q
Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: ried a nosegay of white pom- tend.Mrs. education
o'clock in' the club house. nounces the engagement and poms. sided at the punch table. Mrs. Hal Hand, 115 at 6:30: p. m. in the First

approaching marriage of her W. E. Lawson cut the bride's chairman, announced a book report Christian Church.All .
The bride, given in mar-
Mrs. T. H. Slade, chairmanof
daughter, Josie Janette, to riage by her brother, OscarW. cake and was assisted in serving -. to be held in the Bradford friends and relatives. of
'education, will present Mr. 6.
Feb.
Slade for the'program.Hostesses Joseph Elijah Frith, son of Davis, chose for her wed- by Mrs. S. J. Osteen. County Library on been the couple are invited to at $ ;
the late Mr. and Mrs. JosephE. Davis the bride's Three new books have tend.
/ ding a ballerina length white Miss Loraine: Si
I for the afternoon I Frith. peau de soie gown with im- niece, kept the bride's book. given to the library in honorof FULL j

will be: Mrs. J. A. Griffin, The wedding will be held ported French Chantilly lace. Following a wedding trip to babies born : to Mrs. Fred Dimes DanceIs

chairman, Mrs. F., B. Beard,! in the First Baptist Church The designed with a Daytona Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Snell, Mrs. Jim Chasteen, and
:Mrs. Tyler Jones, Mrs. Guy An- gown was Mrs. Vernon Reddish. Mrs. Tom HighlightOf
Starke, on Saturday night, boat neckline ending in Cooper are residing at 5805
drews, Mrs. II. H. Adams, Mrs. March 3, at 3 o'clock with a a. The Casey, fine arts chairman, an-
Blvd. Tampa.
,
at the back and Interbay
deep point Fund DriveA
Martha Bales, Mrs. A. Z. Ad- nounced plans for the sewing
reception following in the long pointed sleeves. Her waist bride chose for traveling a PRICE! 4
kins Mrs. Margaret Blanken- I contest and fashion show to be
church fellowship hall. length veil of illusion was at- suit in brown and beige. highlight of the current
ship Mrs. W. L. Blair, Mrs. J. held on March 5. J
All relatives and of
friends are
tached to a Victorian crownof The bride and groom I "New March of Dimes" fund
M. Hopkins, Mrs. Emma Hill, The hostesses for the evening
the couple invited to attend of Bradford
are French lace, edged in both graduates raising campaign for Bradford
Mrs. Robert Shaller, Mrs. A. the bride used a red and white Valentine
School and
pearls. She carried a white :High County, was the March of
G. Loudon Jr., Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Miss Maze and Mr. Frith are satin covered Bible topped was formerly employed at I theme. The sunroom was made Dimes dance held Saturday
Mrs Junius Smith, and Mrs. festive with a large red and\
graduates of Bradford High with white carnations and Stallings Restaurant. Mr. nignt, Feb. 3, in the USO build- .
L. H. Jennings. School. Following their wed- white satin streamers. Her Cooper joined the Air Forcein white heart and a huge white

ding they will reside in Jack only ornament was a single 1959, served 24 months in tree hung with red hearts in ing.The tables and stage were REGULAR PRICE $$2014.00
Red and white
/ Wanda DelaneyIs sonville. Miss Maze works at strand of pearls. Bermuda, and is now stationed graduated sizes. beautifully decorated with a red

the Florida National Bank in The bride's mother was attired at MacDill A. F. Base in floral arrangements, strawberry and white hearts-and-flowers

Bride Of Jacksonville and Mr. Frith is punch, and heartshapedcakes theme: hearts for the dedicated,
in a Navy blue linen Tampa.
in the Army, stationed in dress complemented with a Out-of-town guests included completed the Valentine people who gave so generously i Bank Financing 36 Months to Pay
atmosphere.
Bill HarringtonMiss Jacksonville. white pompom corsage. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Thompson party of their time and money, and;
,
Mrs. Cooper wore a beige East Palatka; Mrs. J. B. flowers for the children who i u',0. ,, ,
--- - - -- -- '-
Wanda Delaney, daughter Chi Rho Group ;Jinen,dress with a-white pom- Crawford, Mrs. Emily Rhoden, Southside PTA
of Mrs. Edith Knight _of W. .
pom corsage.A Mrs. Oscar L. Davis, Mrs. Meets -
Jacksonville, and William La- Sets Hayride M. Steward and daughter, Tuesday "
mar ''Harrington, son of Mrs. reception followed the Walter Stewart -' : : as seen on TV
This we ding- 'at the.''home of thegroom's Diane, Mrs. i Southside Elementary PTA ,,
Gladys Harrington, of Starke, FridayThe _
and Mr. and Mrs. Jessie I in the school ,' I ..' :
parents, where arrangements met Tuesday night ,
were' united in marriage on -'
t and family ,of '
Touchton cafetorium with the president, .
of white
pompoms ,
Chi-Rho of the .
Jan. 16 in Kingsland, Ga. group Mrs. Harold ; .
-gladioli Gainesville; Mrs. M. H. Sheppard, presiding.
First' Christian Church are and potted ,
Mrs. Harrington is employedwith Rhoden, Mrs. Carl Rhoden, n' '
: ride plants were used in decor- The devotional was given by :
Friday
planning a hay
Blue Cross and Blue Shield ating. The bride's table was Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Wattersonand I Rev. R. E. MacBlain.It black !
church
night, meeting at the I
ol
p in Jacksonville. Mr. Harringtonis at 7 o'clock. overlaid with a white linen Miss Virginia Brown was voted to have a Civil bewitching in

a graduate of BHS after Hampton; C. J. Cooper, Mr. taughtto ,,
On Saturday they will attend cutwork cloth and centered Defense Survival course '': .. '
which he was employed at and Mrs. James Cooper, Mr. PTA Definite
members of the
the World with a four-tiered wedding "
Fellowship ;
Jacksonville NAS. He is now Oma Harrison, Mrs. ;
and Mrs. will be announced
cake surrounded by fern and plans
meeting of the Chi-Rhos at
Jn basic training with,the Armyat ,Dean and Mrs. Ada
the Central interspersed with white pom- Hardy later. The PTA also voted to x living bras.
Christian Churchin
Fort Jackson, S. C. Barber of Chiefland; W. D. plaYJ .. "
.. ,, -_. Jacksonville. poms. On the buffet was. a have a' spaghetti' supper on
'-- --. ... y," Cooper of Birmingham Ala.; March 6 from 5:30 to 7:30 ,' .-. .
j /0. t-J -
'
I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stallings o'clock after which a short ,..: -'h,. .;,.r,f, ,- '. -., ... t..1'. e j
,
'
,
of Waldo. i business meeting will be held. -'-. ..... f#- : 'I 4-; .d-r.:f"-: r .

',FINDING 'TREASURE atDahmer's Tickets may be purchased from ',. -, -- .,' ;'.:'-' '.:" 'i-': ,\:;: I. ,' ,',.:.'-'.:... .. ,.--.
IT'S LIKE I I -
; colorfastvljS .
1 '
Presbyterian the PTA members. Prices are .:' ':._ ::,' ," ., '->.r.--'- < ;,':;.fJ!I') .'f'-- completely -' .. ,(1);!' (; t:


Women To Hear $1.00:Mrs.adults Harry, and Hatcher 50c childre Jr. reported :,: r :, ; { : .: fi!I ; .' :. :;' ; : f:> :


MissionaryThe the highlights from the .- "- ... \ %i'-.: :'\- Even if you'wash them together with white .;:- .. \j
1H) PTA convention which she and I .. .:..," ;,:..\ :' "' *,*-3: *'.** ; 09

Women of the First I Col. Hatcher attended in Hollywood "-:T ,: PJaytw llyfng Bras,ore Quaranteed not to run or bleed Only Playtex! UviogfBrof: Jii>"'j
:
Church are pleasedto Beach November.Mrs. ,
in '
Presbyterian. -"=- v' ': *'fv1.'v: '. ." 7.' ./* I

announce that :Miss Lucile Kate Sheppard presentedMrs. _;::. ': ',-: :?.' -'-.:'._Iastic.t.ke._ fhw to stretch in every direction your body .'' 'i. }

T McElroy, an American medical W. H. Graham who gave ,. .' ,' ; .

a J missionary to the Congo, will the Founder's Day program.The '- ,, .,'o' fnoveyet always stay in place: '

YOUR speak at their church at 10 a. article was entitled "63 .. .' .
OLD WE GIVE YOU .
W A T C H A BIG ALLOWANCE; :m. Wednesday, Feb. 14. < Years, of Good. Deeds., 1 I Bias-cut side panels move with you...breathe with you.
0 R I Miss McElroy was sent to

I ::1 I A HD I S 0 N1 E r for your of age old, make watch or, regardless condi-,; ,I the Congo in 1945, 15 years In Girl Scout : : ,Cro -cross front lets you reach and stretch freely r -


_ NEW 1 96 2 i tion brand when new you Bulova.trade it In Bring for i II before 1957 she its was independence.moved to MUD-- r raps. Plan i : low action back stretches cross ways onlY., vex rides or binds. "

that broken-down watch in donia, a larger and better equipped Future

( today-this offer Is for a I Presbyterian educational Merger, Bandeau. in sizes 32A to 40C. Black $3.95. "D" si 4

f.x JLOVA short time only! center. She is not a foreigner Mrs. Betty Ingle, of Ihe'Gateway =

!in the Congo, since she was Girl Scout Council, met Lon line with elastic magic-midriff for hest, u t to

k 1 i born of missionary parents in .
with members of the'local Girl

I Bibanga. Scout Troops in a planning session rupKne eveii Sizes 32A to 44C. Black $6. D' yes ore.

I Miss McElroy is a graduateof which will eventually facili- (

A \ i, y Austin College, Sherman, tate the merging of the Starke 1 t''w'

i Texas; received her medical Girl Scouts with the ,Gateway

training at Emory Universityin Council.
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I Atlanta; and evangelistic The Starke Girl Scout troops

training at Columbia Theological have operated for the past :

M } Seminary in New York.As seven years as .Lone Troops in : g )

a missionary at Moma in the cooperation; with the, Gaines r 1 A, .
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Oql : I Congo, she was required to vi 1e, City Council. At the ,an-

take the "Colonial Course" given nual Girl Scout last
I Governmeh'in convention ,i' + 4 b'
by the Belgian year, .all Lone Troops were

/ : Brussels. urged to come-under the "Green

I Miss McElroy, is a memberof Umbrella" of Council Coverage. ':: ,, I !

I Montreat Presbyterian As of January i, 1962, the .. : 'PA
C. where
t Church, Montreat N. Gainesville City Council joined AJ(
she has spent the first fewmonths
the larger area council Gate-
+y I of this furlough. Sheplans : &4
1 which now includes most
way :
to return to the Congo in of Northeastern Florida., .., r ;r ,. H

A. 1 I, April. was Wednesday : ;', ;: i. .-' t
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I t The Presbyterian Church extends morning at the home -- .. --'f1.' ,& .-, -, '\r'1;,., '.
a cordial. invitation .toI I of Mra. J D. Warren Brownie .
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I everyone to. attend this meeting Girl Scout leader, with Mrs, ,0 It ..
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I and hear: Miss ;McElroY; ; H. G. Bellinger Intermediate ; :., -'--: "
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Girl Scout .leader, and Mrs. .;"-Jl\'i F J';;'" .

r > I \ Recent Births -- Patricia Cauffman, Senior Girl .. I
ss Scout leader, assisting Mrs. t 'T r f "
.5' YOUi; CIOICEj $357S Bradford County Hospital an, Warren with the meeting: Ac- ; \ ,i.L.' : s/ ''-y 4 ,

-j \ I nounces the following births:" tive members of the local'troop '- 55) ...
HISS AtUIICA- SEXATOI-TIie executive I .
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Youth and beauty loot i Mr. and Mrs..Hoyt Lee Heradon committees were in attendance. ,
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i art captured in this In tile!but : Waldo, a daughter, Feb.-3. There' is'a definite : : : % ; .' ; .
need for .
17 jewel I watch with Rot in price. 17 .. .. ......-
beautifully matched jewels sltoci-resish I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ray additional workers in Girl :''r- !.l ,"/- _
e As little 'ST week braceleti.sucumt17 ant. .
as a
expansion
Gaskins Lawtey, a daughter,I Scouting, in Bradford County. .. ,). ,
I Teresa Montez, Feb. 4. ,11
I f Anyone' Interested in working, .

: Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Starling with this_ group is urged to get t't'i'. S.I.. z \. i'd\ .. .#...'
a. BIAMONO DREAM C. FIRST UBY 1ftt Jr., Starke, a daughter,, ;
I .5 -Exquisitely carved jewels shock-resist burnished tear touch with any of the local .
end pieces hold two ant complete semishaped blaze. 23 : Elizabeth Ann, Feb. 4. Girl Scout leaders;with the as:. 'i'1 i-

shimmering dial nous hands and oUI l, jewels unbreakable Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reddish,, .. \
F '5 I BUrance that \
help will.begrate-
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moods. 17 jewels self-wlfldinj.! water mainsprini. "- l t..j' i\.t\ ?
la yellow or white. proof,* smart masIChf or white.$51.50 I Starke, a daughter, Lisa Marie, ,, fully received. : .. "' :' : ,
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I WATCH IS YOUR PAYMENTWi Altar Society, i'i.J: :
YOUR OLD DOWN :
Lawtey son, Joseph Rickey,' : '
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// Allow Up To $25 TradeinDAHMER'S ;Feb.Mr.1.and Mrs..William Guana 1' To Meet Tuesday / jtj'::: :: : E( :- ;': "' / :

Starke, a son. Glen Steven I, St. Edward'a Altar, Society : ;

Jan 31.THE. Wi11 meet Tuesday night -41.t,8 ;

o'clock in the Parish Halt: AU: _.... .. ,_ $,ARKS ALE'Sidoi

7 RIGHT POINT for tabs.e ladies of the church are invited, .3 :- .

DISCOUNT HOUSEraN adkselect 'attend.' Hostessea "the ... .. .
way you write. Come In d to ;for c f .
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your favorite ESTER-= eyeiUnfflwill; T>er Mrs. listerHumphrey ., i. { 4r '
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: BROOK Fountain- .- Pen.-' "TELEGB1PH. -* e?jSurrr--and Mrs.. ,- Joe* .-> '*Waijf'r ut** 1I1 ':s.JS t, ____.- -- ., .... -._ -_ -._ __
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I'M) FOUR. BBABFpKD. pOTTST!!: ? T>s1JQLU'fl STABS!,,, FLORIDA. TITURSIUV FElla. t9ttZs

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I Iu of $27.?O. ,- I.
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forfeited bond, .. ':!\ ,
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Sales Lig iO .. ; .
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rr. %'o $52.50. -
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.Jt. And Answers
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; i ito Samuel Hunter ; ,
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Ifn Jan" Negro ... "
With So Much To Offer Miss '
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i . ... .. : ; rt1. forfeited l i- t US
> L ' --' ; > < 'J" >' bond of $27.50.Samuel t: iii- \'FSC t!h # .s: rtrih' 943 must be filed -9. \
: : month i I'
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..yfv Which farmen mugt file
Ii.! At'thc. beginning rof its lOist '
\ year, tremendous,boost to all Bradford County County for landtransactionstataliagonlp.112 Hunter; Negro, car:' Jan. 31 of the following :
in Bradford come
1 Bradford_ County'might be, at'long last, whose'dependence olf its '301 'hfline" ,- lying a" concealed weapon, j ta$ reform .. >Inyo':1 The tax that has been} ,
IKS{ ,threshold :of"an' 'industrial : *. forfeited ; ; ': J'tt. -under 65 : >ld must be sent in with ,, "'"
on era, cannot be 'overestimated: 300 with ft $3 700farm, in. theiNew ; bond of 2750. ot"La&et.M theiend of the -: ., ," .

eipkfisiori: '' ; Bradford County also has": another I Riyersecjtionbring1ng-the i ) Charles Lester McCoul- .year,"- jrqu. must,fileif form, together with an: """ "'"'-<-' ""''-': II\-'I \l 1

1t. was pure coincidence, but.none ace' in the hole_ when' it comes to attracting !top pri g., -- ,, jnv'r.tjibe :ough; reckless driving by I have, gross .income of $ teal amount' representing the .
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V. the< 'Feaa'significant;-thatlelearUig of;the and holding industry. We are t :.farmwas bought)..b W E. dragging and speeding, for; !J more during your tax share. ..

{<:'* industH&r' rlr site(.!in''Starke* beg n' blessed with citizens who are-with fc [i k Lanum of Ocala and was sold. felted bond: of $27-50. :,-1\' If you .are..5 .or : For wages to be paid withheld in 1961 from the '..
FOR
:-- Tuesday; in the same week that clearing few rare exceptions-frjepdly) courte*![bya. partnership opened'om by B -) Phil Wheeler, dr1v1rig'.with'.t''must fie} i if, you.hane, is three per cent. ;
And
::1 {'phbrpaIi.h, t $ out a license, fitted 27.50 'f J come of $1,200 or., more..
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waa.Started the This .
and
hydrocarbonsplarite to
: for new ous, oofliratjve newcomers. '.rL. H. pall the acreageThree's -: 0; wages paid in 1962. the ;

!- in western Bradford County.: has already beennoted;; by construction Outlaw Farm.wlp ,'-*,,, | Phil Wheeler, canvassing I rr.-A ,return, : must.bs filed withheld is 3 and' THE BIGGEST VALUES IN

Thou h-'seerningl' .;. unrelated; thejtwo workers coming here with' th4r'gas plant Only transactions of: .1,0001) without a city permit, fined { :U,no. tax would be due. per cent. Contact i .. i"t ',r '
dition, '.file I
titeiita<: 'thedCQutt1it of ) .22M.$, .,:, I\ ".you.must 4 District Director's office, ..
mig tproe i ; m= o f'times contractor. One them remarked or .more are;listed here. Prices turn if. there is <
t :i j' tohav; (aw.ery..close:.re1ation. Tuesday that he was impressed by the are figured from ,documentary;! Jean Terry, cam-assingf] ploy tax due.any This Circular A giving complete':

rOn '-'factor{ :!that.'h; s field back theindustWdeVel6pm friendly attitude of: everyone he met tax stamps affixed ,to deeds! without a city permit, forfeited :=":I! tx, imposed on farmers ;< of withholding tax I,

: ( ntof.FlorKla, the Starke the time he looking filed in the county clerk's office -'' bond of $37.50 : : \ '
'13 in during toes -] : 'ether self-employed : :'
If farmer $600 or
: were: a pays
lack of .an adequate and economicalj for suitable living accommodations. :- Other transactions to ..give,.them! social i j
to individual in |
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J. R. Kelly, Starke, to Clara Cub Scouts Invited i .
j :" source of pow r. This shortcoming This cooperative, friendly spirit-soon Mae knight Starke, residence:! r jua.: ( !.. 'coverage. rent, or interest he

I might' be at least partially overcome noted by newcomers-is an intangible 4000. ,I To Worship\ I In Body What tax forms should' advise the Internal Rerenue. ,

o\\I. by th?' h'jrdrocarbpna> rplant, capable} of asset, but it is also one of the greatest. John Kopelousos and Benjamin : ers use? Service of these pay i:I

I extracting, somfy'nin /iriponents of na.tiiral -' In spite of all these advantages, we Suslow, both of Starke, tot I This: Sunday_ I.cannot Use Form be used 1040Form slnce'lt is : by filing information ;
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.. gas.*One of "these ethene: whichis cannot afford to become smug and Francis' M. Williams, starke: r- i ragned: for persons on Forms 1096 and 1

.' important'' ih the manufacture of complacent. Today's population is mb, two lots in La Floresta Subdi-j i In observance of Boy Scout !l :come is solely from' .

plastics.; .' bile. If people don't like one place, they I vision" $3,600: : i Week, Rev. John R.'Brabham ; ,,and a small amount of tn are these forms due
; Although : the Ray E.,Gunter,to S- D. Gil-]I of the First dends and interest Forms 1096 and 1099 must.
early production can easily move'on to another. This is i
gore, Georgia, parcel MethodisfChw'Ch'j mailed in time to reach
'1-::' new plant will I be? primarily: ; ,concerned. especially true' of the tourist business;' of land'Empire, 3500. invites all Cub Scouts to attend j :come and expenses these'w e District Director's office I ALSO FULL LINE/ Of

\\t with 'LP'propane( ) $gas, when etheneand and almost as true in the ease of modern H. B. Peyton, a widower, to I -the morning worship I j listed on Schedule F, later than Feb. 28 after I

n .; other*hji3jrbcarbona are extractedin !industry. .. :: 5:; c Guy Andrews, Starke, parcel services'in a body on .S.unq Yt ed to Form 1040. In year of payment. For each |

; : .. the future, their availability could Due to new developments in equip- of land, $5,000. Feb. 11. The Methodist Church ,I qualify as a farmer, :' ; who received $600' Farm and Garden'
thirds of income
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i .I( conceivably lead to the establishment ment, power sources, and transportation Ernest Pfl Chick Sr., Boca is the. sponsoring institutionfor oe derived from farming.When j more a separate Form ::
'k : of Raton, to Jeff Baker, Hampton Pack 70- |I must 'be prepared. One ,
an industrial complex in the' ales.: (oday's 'industry can settle tJust '" t is tax due? ,
a"lot OO. All.Cubs. uttendingr services i t of this form is given to .. ...
For .this p "it i la about J2 !
: .. ason, Titallyrim' wherever it pleases: It Is no long- The farmer has a ,
Jack W. Hall to R.iclot i are asked to wear their uni- individual and another is
pert tthat: rt'-arkear4; Bradford Coun- er'tied tocTailrbad sidings or to massiveconcentrations he does not wish to file :j ;
James Jones, forms so they be to the District of In-
Jones and Bobby can recognized -
j Y t y be,read Y tb1iov.when theseSpossible: of cheap labor. -The ;motor ', ; estimate. of his tax, he :; ''
of Brooker, one half interest I as 'a member of Scouting. j I Revenue in Jacksonville.
\ .. .ponujtitie$ arisel. !The preparation.ofthetihdtistridl'parfc truck has put profitable indus file a return and pay tax i ih .
The Cubs'andXt'heir.
in 80 acres"of. land. ; 8800.. r :: leaders ; Form 1096 is a summary ;
% i therefore: is an i inv, tries intOI" many small towns, and the John Kopelousos' and Benjamin i I will be seated as a group. 'All > Feb. 15, 1962. Or he on which to send the'
I file
estimate
1 portAntistepln-this;: direction.Witjj .. motorcar brings l labor 'to 'the plant Suslow,. path of-Starke, to members are asked to be .at I) 1040ES an and this on However it must be

sites available;afI' its industrial from communities miles away., .: Francfs"'M'' :; Wi11ilitm, a lot i in the church by 10:45 a- m. > by"'Jan. 15, 1962.pay If he even if the farmer made !

;lZj park;- !with some funds available \Vhat" does this ;mean to" Florida J-loresta Subdivision, $3,600: Cubs who find it imposible I this, the Form 1040 and payments to only one ;I
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through its Development Authority; towns?; For one thing, it means that to attend services at the First i tax owed on It will be i

..-.-. and now with adequate1 fuels boon to be every'-.community: in this, the most MAYOR'S, CQURT. Methodist Church are a'sked'. i,i April 16, 1962. All ;
rt.ila
= available at\a. : earbyr8our9e-its: i 'is hard heavily travelled state in the Union; teconstantlystanding / to attend services at .thechurch' are urged to file earlier I AUTOMATIC I

J I to see hoof Starke and Bradford Countycan inspection. A town's fr M ypr Randal Chittyf.askepfbusy ; of their choice. They, t the deadline, if possible; I Service ,
Monday htith .
: n lire reminded that a part of
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; I I Must farmers file j
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out on future industrial any
.r .: expansion. chances for continued healthy growth the 19 cases he heard in,, a,,, the Cub'pledge is: "I will do,I tat forms? Complete Automatic j i iI
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t, =' depend heavily on the impression' i it heavy week in Mayor's Court. my best to_dO' rn duty to'God In I I
| some
Many ,other factors should work to makes on its visitors, whether they're Elsie Cummings, Negro, disorderly and my, country. .' J t f hires cases yes. Transmission Service I.

;; our, benefit in, this regard. If it is true, industrialists looking for plant sites, conduct) by fighting, ," employee:armer. for an cash -0 Unite Repairs -' R
i 'Parts
= as hasfbeen; said' t th qfi; industrialists attath'in tourists forfeited bond of $27.50.
; looking for places to recommendto ; 20 i
U The Clrrait rent Of l or more days All Work On Premises 539 E. Call St. +
c11 i importnnce to"Erin a bene- their friends, or retirees .who want to Elsie Cummings Negro, discharge Fiorlda Elahth Jdltol"J I year, or pays him cash S. E. 2nd' Place Gainesville C M'1' At.. CO,
= fits" i in ( ib -an"area of firearms in the city. Clrrnit, In 'AH.Fol"' Brcdferd; Starke, Fla.
coming here i of '
agai put down 'new roots. The future-of bond County In Chnneerr.S ,. $150! or more during a
1 = Starke and Bradford County should every town depends more, than ever forfeited of $39.50.Clyde [! PJVOKC.KI I he must withhold the PHQXE $72-0X72 i
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'Manning
I disturbing j I a M.QM Plaintiff, vs,j.I j. I
stack'up well.dur..schools. op its ability to attract. and hold, the the-peace by profane language I I Harolii l R. Scott, Defendant. security tax from

I = < and churches are certainly kinds of people and enterprises that i it NOTICE!= l[, .
fined $27.50 sentence sus To. Harold R. Scott, H01I 'h ,, it, tQ : I
\ = ;&lwve Average .for communities wants. To dQ this it must present th pended and put on 30 days pro.!i Roeemom, Detroit :!::1. Michigan i 1 .....,
\ "; of our size. If it's recreation they want, right image-the image of a town or bation. I a You complaintor\are hereby notified divorce that has< ,! +

:: we have it in abundance. Our many a community on the move. Charlotte Stubbs, failure t Q ,. been filed against you and you.

) ... lakes afford wonderful fishing, boating, With all of these advantages, Starke have vehicle under control and are.rouc-APswer required to or serea Pleading a copy to-'the of. [cSells

= and water sports. Starke has a full-time and Bradfor County should make them causing accident, guilty; sentence .I! tl Complaint>nl/' George on the II.Dlaintiffe Pierce.*:at.O---'' Out

:!:; recreation director-an advantage that known to the outside''world.: suspended. :205 XorthTemple A..flDue.'-1
Perhapswe '
Gene Edwafd.3, public l intox-, Starke Florida] and, file the or-"
-.... few. towns our size can offer. Two excellent should "develop ,cloSer liaisonwiththe j :ca'tionj forfeited'bond'of $27.- larinal Answer or Pleading in

golf courses are located in the Florida Development Commission 50. the Circuit office Conrt of OH the or Clerk before.oL the the'' ,

,o. county, and the Starke Country Club "li h)1as the avowed: objective! of helping I, George Thomas Negro. di- :2tth'! day of February" i62.:! ItI 'l
fail do 1'ro'Confes
to .pecre
: you so 9
;, has just'approved a bond issue for foe bring new', 'In ustriel to smaller, orderly cq! :' construction of spaeiqus c'oun\ry. TJhjs $3T.5Q() or To*seven days you for the relief demanded .in I
Q luQ cqipmunitiea. 'eoulj.fee as ompUslil'd the complaint. L ,--, :|
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\ and; swimming pool. through committees of our Cham&e p : -s H Done And ordered at Starve,'
:::: ltozell. Rice, reckless driving Florida this 30 day of January,
Esthetics} ;( are important too, and of Commerce and our new Development D..194J. ; .' To BULLINGITON
in school zone, forfeted
w Bradf Gounty will (SE4L) ... .
... soon present an Authority. Means should be found t to I bond of $27.50. Charles. A Darbr- '-,:.
ImprWedJ: appearance from no'rth' to make! the.. Peyelopment! Commissionmore j William Ashley Ivey, reck- ..Clerk ,Circuit Court

;:; south, iviththe construction of a"fourlane' '"keenly"iware4! "bf' whatNve have;less! driving, forfeited bond of, Bradforil By.;'14aran( County L. Crpsby, Florida, D.-C. .

= hlgjiwajrjts, entire length. Many\ to offer. L' $27.50. Th mas.-*: PierceEy. ; i .. .

old buildings have been necessarily torn Bradford County has every reason I Joe Cefus Bouie .Negro, Attorney; .; Gf-' rjre fqr. H., Plaintiff Pierce #i ,

25S, down,/ it Id ..modern structures erected to. enter iupon'its'1Oist''ear 'with 'a renewed driving without license, forfeited ".1 -:!2Tm

in their. )jrtaee. A highway. beatification s n tit: : of confidence i in.its future.Confidence1 bond of $37.50. e We Are Proud To Announce
; RIGHT POINT f
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Charjes Barnes,
t Negr- .
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on S. to 'go'"ahead"confident
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N6rth diso'rderhconduct by use pi! W&t fin write. : .
( ) and the original program mjght{ to'improve ids facilities, both >ublJprh'ately ,,I' : i i
: ; 1 an be'expanded to include the planting of owned T sand the confidence 'I-\bond of $27.50.Samuel 1 BROOK F an aJD1' .,TELE
:: pa m.'tree&.all the ,. ; That We Have Purchased McGriff's GE Appliances And Are
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;' way to Highland. If to: pay the. price ;that these improvements Hunter, Negro, 3 indecent GR.1P11.k : i iI ,
this becomes .. > ,* j
a reality, it will be a will demand. \ exposure forfeited bond I, >* I' .
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3.WhQt: You Shoyndt << A 1 Fishing Contest \\i i I I666NpRpI .1. I j 1 ; ,.


**** Your* Chamber* Qf.CQrr now r e .ce.y. Under' Way : I NQWI-2. LOCA11QN" ,. ,


-.s,.:-. -.. The Starke Bradford IL FRANCHISED I DEALER
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Bishop Jr., .
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Question No. 3 in the
current r chairnian.Fducation.Dr.. nierce'announced yesterday J! 750 WEST
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on-our Chamber of Com- that, !the annual_North-!1orida Y'E : :
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met eL!; "wh t is the'orgahU r ; : Florence''Jen Fishing Contest is under way | T'E3 l MADISON
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.. zatfem' ,qf .Chamber. of c 9mmerce ,wings chairman.. I and will continue through :; fH. 9646791 LIIItI PH.! 983.315
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-\ f City-County: Plannint-E. L.JIaUhewj Labor Day. Many valuable ;'

"_"_ The .chamber's organizations : ,. chairman. prizes will be awarded. 'I'I' 24: .'HOURH' \ *" itev c ? OPENSER1'ICS ... ,.

; made up of business and Retail Merchants Charles Contest rules are as. follows ,, 7-9 UAILY :
J2 prpfesjional. firms and in 'vt..1 Satiyer, chairman.. I : To enter, buy a' ticket" i;! : j For Starke and Surrounding Trade Area

<:Iu als,"ho voluntary work to. Public .Relations-Mrs. Virjginia from Alvarez Store:, L. B. Alvarez !i ,4 .. .
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= gether for ,the' economic I Smith, chairman. Service 'Station, Jiffy : ill AT BOTH '. 7'.::. :

-, growth-o f the' community z ,and i i2J I I These! committees are directed Ctore: Starke Builders Supply His ee k's S Special! I LOCATIONS 'y:

| themselve: 'In this organizaM. -i. I Strickland's '
Landing or
.' tior. they.have a Way' to 'pool t by! the :'Board of Director and': Bradford Building Supply. i: CARRYING A FULL LINE OF G. E. ,

"': the 1" resburces to do, those j!are answerable to the board.I, Tickets are also available at[ ,, EXTRA = MEI R CHANTS

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= thhis that no one could do By these smaller groups working -}, the?,Chamber of Commerce!.
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alone., *- I IeIIIIII together!1 things are made i and, _numerous individualssa 'j;,I' h3 GREEN STAMPS,

I .-... The. Stapke-Bradford County, to' happen in our, community.'. ve them fQr sale.l < {j i I With' Each Refrigerators{ Deep Freezes Washing Machines

'- Chah ber. of Commerce is made'M When people there The minimum weight re- ': ,
organize is:
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committee
of the'following
up ? 'julred: to enter1'ach, division "
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2J. at present. : t no job that cannot be done. is as" follows:,_Black:Bass ,8 '
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.i+ Finance-S. L. >Peek -"Jr..,:! A: chamber of commerce Is] lbs. Speckled' Perch 2 -..tbs.l Lubrication & Oil Change Water Heaters Dish Washers !

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chairman. Fish must be weighed in at Air Conditioners .
U". Industrial De\"elopment, ,-I work for our community Any- an"officIal weight 'station.. Ranges GarbageDjsposals
:2J Johns, chairman. one;.whether' a member of the Fish .
>rome must be caught with rod Mechanic Now; On puty
chamber or not, is welcome) to : ,
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Publicity Jimmy Moore, and reel J ,or cans pole only. i;

i.chairman. service make .suggestions on any\. one or volunteer of these Btu:. Graham will be in I At All Times Both Locations, t Television Hi-Fi Small AppliancesSALES
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THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1962 -BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.; 'STARKE. FLORIDA 1'ACE FIVE
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Cattlegaps/ cf-way to widen an access I I able for 'use in ,the Health Mixed Mathis. Willie Williams, :Morris E. the Bradford County Courthouse i) In County Juris f"c* ("'turt, In I IAnd must stale! the pl cdence '" "I' l'ts-;
road to Green Bowling'League j Miller, Charlotte M.Miller Zack Constance H. in Stsrke, Bradford County. F..r Bradford ('''Ullt-,1' : and post-off: adJ're.s
Sapp Cemetery. Department. He said there is
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R. Zat-k, Sam ,.. Florida, :H 10to'<.IO'k.,1.. : .Florida. of the claimant and rouaH'te
Pose Problemsfor said he wanted to see if the I no such space in the Agriculture t I Moody, Werdna Phyllis on the 15th day of February, >I In re Estate! of Frank 0.1 I sworn to by the claimant bl8

contract provided for construction I Building resulting inconfusion i ProposedDue HHEl'INCT. CHVHAUStarling vA. D. 1962, the following described Peterson, deceased. agent or his attorney, or It
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I : property as set forth in I will become an'lIl'diyg
only, or for con- ] congestion, and f"" : '. ,... ,'' said Final Decree toil: XOTICE TO CREDITORS law. -
Board Atba L All creditor of the estate of
Dyal J. W. '
struction and maintenance. discomfort to welfare clients. to the*lack of interestn Frazier"Uotofrt C- *; Lot S. and the West l7's feet Frank O./Peterson. deceased, are I t thereby February 1. 19S2.

1 j The clerk produced a copy I Mr. Smith said that the a men's bowling league in t of Lot 7 of to Block Stark 1,, Howling'Addition Bradford s : notified and required. to (S) Blanche R Peterson |.> .
PRECINT0. of the Estate Qf
a- HAMITOX file any claims or demands Administratrix
B Washington worries over :, cf the contract later in the j j. ASCS would have to make Starke a new twist will be County, Florida' in Section 2\\I'I which they may have against 1 Frank O. Peterson, deceased. .-
Township 6 South, Range
missile gaps-but Bradford j" meeting-and it was found that certain improvements in light- tried if there is enough interest 'Bates, James 1CBrown. : :Matf'h+>tt. GeorgeTO.' East. .,. I said estate in the office of thecounty I First publication on F..b 'l1at.
Thomas F. :\Iay.: llae 1... : judge of Bradford i :
8, 1962.Thomas
County it's cattlegaps that !j construction only-net main- ;1 ingneeded in order to read: Faile!! >, Ernest .M. '\\1 isnHIi1t"n R. \.Date D. 1962.this 1 day of"February County. Florida, in the courthouse I'! & Pierce

are causing the headaches for :j tenance-of the cattlegaps ; ,ACP maps] -and would also do A- mixed league for hus- 'Faile, Virginia T. .', 'llttman.Ibe"ta I ( E.-.LJ i at Starke. Florida within Attorneys I "
1 Cray; Charlene B. \ SHi email, Edmund: ILSladp I eight calendar months from the I
County Commissioners.The was mentioned. some needed painting if"given bands arid wives will be or- Gray, Robert 1'. Jr. f Avery C. I Charles A. Darby I date of the first publication of .' O. Drawer 941 '

troublesome subject ; The board instructed its new j j the expanded quarters. He said i ganized and teams will be 'Griffis, Marion M. .Thomas.: Hazel Ethel I IHalek. Clerk of said Circuit! Court'I'j this notice Each claim or d.- : Starke Fla. .'
i Bessie V. .. "> Thomas, WiHard! By Marian L. Crosby, niand must be in writing and : :!.8 41 '.1
came again Tuesday when i attorney, Mack Putch, to the'ASCS would for these joined within the next two i .
up 'I pre-]J, pay Harlow, t:. IL Williams, Dorothy: J. I It 2-SJ I .. .
Chairman J. C. Prevatt said : pare a suitable resolution to unprovements in lieu of rent : weeks. Harlow Curtis Franklin Williams Frank L. --

that mention of '!i incorporate in its road code I and the It will be Harlow, Roberta T. Williamsenli1drtd
cattlegaps was ,I county would not be i a handicap league McCulIorb, Luke Wood, John Frank

missing from the Commission's ; setting forth that the ComI 1| put to any extra expense. !| so that all bowlers will have PRECINCT: ti THEHKSSV Complete Photographic Service
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recently adopted code of ,I i mission will neither construct j I The Commission approve a chance to win even if they

"do's .and don'ts" concerningroad I i.or maintain cattlegaps. j the change, if agreeable with j, can't get the ball down the Batten. Robert L. Parker, Ht'nnElwart .
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I I Johnson, Pinkey Ross: David fi.
work and he felt a firm' i I all parties concerned, and i i alley. Kelsey) Olive! F. Ross:, Grace Z. Cameras

policy should be set forth con- \\ASCS OfficeMay named a committee to discuss j i There will be no entry fee Ix>per. Dan Waite William F.
I Parker Anstis LPRECINCT; Film BULLINGTONe :n:1 I
cerning the construction and the matter with'iDr. A Y. Cov- !, and participation will cost the ::Cards
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or'maintenance of cattlegaps.1\ Be Enlarged ington county health officer. bowlers only the price of xo. r- NEW RIVER Watches Lock"

Clerk, pf, the Court, Charles bowling. Hurd, I Gene ,Kelly. Isaac Singleton Jewelry
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Darby said that the Commission -, 186 Cases The Recreation Depart- :XO. S- UROOKER Bibles Studio and d Gift Shop Diamond .

:had gone on,record "five |i I A plan to move the Brad- : ment Hopes that enough couples Wedding}

times to my. knowledge" as..j ford County welfare office into Confront JudgeIn I are interested in coming Ca.Dukes'tlen.,' William' Edward-. Jr...J Norton Howard, Edward W.Raulerson Tape Recorders

being opposed to building and Department'I January jut to bowl once a week plus 1, Cane Ber, .}iceil" ; / ,, >!|' .* ?, Rogers, Roosevelt Phonographs Starke, Florida SetsLTD.
maintaining,-cattlegaps. getting together with the
ii' Respectively submitted, this 2 Jay of February. A. D. 1962
Prevatt said, however thatit I was suggested Tuesday in I, January was a heavy month group. '. Marian L. Crosby, Diamond Saving Stamps with Every 'Purchase

'was not written into the I' crder to make room for expansion -I in Bradford for-minor trafficviolations o "It will be more for fun Supervisor of RegistrationIt :2-3

new road code and he felt of the ASCS [Agricultural I with_186 cases confronting i than for competition," Recreation -

this should be done the Stabilization Con- 1 Director Buddy Elliott
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County Judge T. A. la The 'Circuit Court or Florida j Court of the Eighth Judicial ', r rne k,
i public'would know the board's servation Service] facilities in j I II i Yawn. !I j Cad Eighth Judicial Circuit In ,\nil Circuit in and for Bradford : .' "
For Bradford County In Chan i County, Florida, wherein Frances .
position. i I the Agriculture Building. i iI I The old stand-by, unlawful | Plans are being set to start{ Hr- Wilkinson is the plaintiffand '

Road Foreman R. E. Jones :!I Foster Shi Smithy a 'mem-j I peeding, led the list once | the league on Friday nights .No. 13-038: { Ovid G. Lewis, Davie B. .ltd 9.f I i ll :
Frances Wilkinson, Plain-i Lewis, his wife Joel tr ('kla"dEnt'rprist' \
said that cattlegaps are one ber of the ASCS county com- again with 85 cases made, and and any couple interested in ; \ .
I I I tiff, vs. Ovid G. Lewis, etIX, et ", Inc. a Florida ,
' of the biggest headaches of 1 Liittee, told the County Commission improper passing running bowling and meeting new ,al, Defend:nts.OTICE. Corpora'I'm; Leon H. Hough.
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his department. He asked how that Bradford County -I distant second with 33. Eleven !, people should call the Recre- I Notice is hereby OF SALE given pursuant -i' lin.William and William Catlin and Catlin.B M Jr..1 C.it-dong oJ : .

long he should give a property must provide more room I i I persons were accused of pass- ,, ation Department at 964.7441'j to a Final; Decree of ; business as William\ ratlin w

owner to repair a cattlegap for the ACP [Agriculture Conservation nig .worthless checks to rank i,I between 1:30 and 5:30: and ', Foreclosure dated February I. & Son, are the Defendants. I J5 J-
I 1962, and entered in Chancery will sell to the highest biddenfor
r 'before "filling it in" so that Programa branch 1. third for the month in a list i I'I. {! legister. I vase No., 13-038,:: of the Cirquil! ,Cash at he front door I./i ..

school busses could cross. of ASCS1 or face the removalof i Two teams have already '
offenses 7
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When asked how long he i the office to some other I''I. Other ,offenses 'were! usinga ) ,j t i| fceeu foimed and at least two -,. -' "- .-- ,J,.,:,_ .,: ,.::: ? ,,. < '-' : :::= 'I-- -- -- --f--:-= :='- _' = ::;; .::-__ <,

would be locatioo. ., more are needed.
thought reasopable.
ear- without the t>wner.'sj'permission i 6 i ..
Jones replied "24 ,hours, in Mr.. Smith said it was highly 1-case; failure to ;r.

the case of a school bus route. desirable that the ACP office have vehicle control, 5 cases : AT THE TABERNACLE
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Jones also reported that in stay in the Agriculture aggravated assault, 1; escape
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'' The congregation of the DON'T W
several instances property I'I'C I' Building, for the convenienceof and attempted escape, 121; Gospel Tabernacle 'was 'privi- j i'i'f ,' KS lIEDThere's

C owners had actually converted I farmer clients who could :improper license*tag, I; removal Cged !
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county bridges into, cattlegapsby fl also transact business with of property under .lien, :I-Rev.I ''Frank Miller'.of St. All':
connecting their fences directly the County Agent while attending -
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i' ; petit larceny, 5; forgery, I|f bans, w. Va., who is 'confnected -
to the bridge and then': to their ACP mat- 1; grand larceny; 1; breaking l with the ,American I I'I

removing every other boardin tcrs. He suggested that the and entering with intent to i

the bridge so' thai cattle 'I Commission approve the removal commit grand larcency, 1;'I Sunday. School Union, teaching -
schools
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and Christian 'S
could not cross.Commissioner. of the county welfare One Gas'
I larceny of automobile 3; I camps in -his native state. At- Only Pyrolax

R. H. GreenJr. office to the conference room driving while intoxicated, 3; I tending the service 'also was

asked to see a copy of a i of the Health Department. He reckless driving, 5; improperturn Mr. Miller's brother, Raymond

contract whereby the Commis- | pointed out that in his opinion 2; Improper-driver's license

! sion in 1960 agreed to build 1 this would be a better 2; no driver's license I 'Knapp of Warren, Ohio.
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The DELIVERED TO YOU IN THE BIG GRAY CYLINDERS
two cattlegaps for a property i 1 set-up for the welfare office 6; breaking and entering .to evening message- was ".

owner in exchange for right- since: waiting rooms are avail- I commit a felony, 1; failure on a prophecy of Isaiah arid

to show red'light of Zechariah and pointed directly .
on rear vehicle -
to the present time and I 0 .
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Thrifty Home Improvements I' fulfilment'Of these prophecies
P 1; voluntary intoxication 2; 1 Mr. 'Quigley delivered thei N 44 /
i no fishing license 1 and i
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I TIn BOARD OF COUXTV COMMISSIONERS 5

BRADFORD COI"T1', FLOR n.\. :
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I In accordance with Chap. 9S. 081 Florida Statutes. I am handing -
I you herewith list of voters who according to the registrar '
tion book. failed to vote in any election in 1960 and who have S
I failed to respond to postal oar ds mailed in accordance with
the above mentioned Statute. A ny of the individuals whose 4h
names are contained herein ma y be restored to the books in
good standing upon notifying th is office in writing or in person. ,
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PRECINCT: 1- LAWTEVAllen

: Mary E. ,T ?, _Johns CIyde J. i it S 5,5'
iAfiR EVERYTHING FOR INDOOR Anderson, A. 0. Johnson Minnie Lee w. R
Berry, Ruth Kussmaul, Lloyd F.
AND OUT-DOOR FIXUP. Ii I Berry, WillieBoatwright Manning Cecil Franklin \n ,
Warren L. Massey Edward L. ,
A. B. C. Finance I Bright Leon Moore, Jimmie
II Crews, Charlie Parrish, fable Lang
I Crews, Marion L.
II I I Parrish, Winton
Davis, Shedrick Phillips. William C. .
i t i Demps, 'Billy, Scott. Evelina -
I I Dobbs Arlie J. Jr. fraith, Eliza Beth .
Phone 964-5291 '1 Felder, Isaac Teeton, Charles: E. .
I! Griffis. Edwin G. Walden, Cora Lee
Complete Line of Hardware Oriffis, 'Ernest! C. Waldron. Robert S. :
i j Henderson, Johnnie. Lee Wells, Ernest R. ,
JUgginbothara, J. C.
Williams, Betty J.
1 Hlg inbothiP1.! Thelma L. Wilson, C. E. t + t
Bradford Building Supply 1 Humes'L.nne Wilson Clara to ,..:'+'.: .; SrRr
i Jenkins, 'Paul I'. :

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301 E. Call Street Albert Julia V. Howe, Eugene Spencer II
Alvarez, ,Annie Johnson, Johnny J. .
-. I Alvarez Donald L. Jones, Mack r...._... ..
Alvarez James L. Kelhl William C.
I Anders, Joseph Zaek Kirksey, Olious ;.
Andrews. Katherine E. Langston, Claud ', .r "
Bagwell, Lovie E. Langston Thelma Lorene 4 1 F ,":

VALENTINE : Barnett H. N. L. Lawson Charles H. ::1, '. ;. : ,. .. '. .
I Barnett, Myrtle Lewis, Glenn H. !!! i 'r .
Seeding, Lola Locks. Sharon H. ., I Bennett Hezekiah Locke, Edwin B. i :, .... .: _
Bennett. Ovid D. )I'onnt"llfarlan E
TEEVISIONTHE I Biggs, Robert E. McCracken, Jan S.
Binner, Margaret :McCraney, H. X 11 s
Binner, Walter C. )McGriff. Patrick T. i ..
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Brown Leona T. 11cKelve)'. James F.
Bryan, A. J. )McRae Eugene S. j jI ,
I Bryant, Frank Martin, Phyllis E (
f Byrd Adel B. )Matthews Ida D.
Byrd. Graham :Miller. Bernard :
r I Cassady, P. M. Mosley, Louis W. II
f Clark, Hutton Norman 1.11'-> Mae II
Coe, Georgia Ann O'Bryan, J W.
I Colson, Yvonne F. Padgett, L. E. I
Ii Conway, Edwin E. }'arker, Garnita H. J
i Conway Lvvonne: J, Payne, Beecher Ward
Crawford- Hazel Polk Annie Mae *
L[ ,' I Crews. 'Doyle D. Prevatt Ovedia E.
1 k i l Crews, Lacy A. Reddish, RodmanHenfroe ,
i Nadine A, -
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aye' t I Crew Samuel Leon t
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Crosby, Gerald W. Rivers, J. B. *
1Ik2IUik' i Cruce. Leonard I!. Roberts,, Carl S.
II Davis, Randall W. Roberts; Carl Jr.Roberts.Marilyn.
Dean Louis' 'R. J.
Dean, Margaret A. Robinson, Junior J.
... Diamond, 'Robert Sapp, John Benny
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0? Duncan, L&ulse B. Sapp Vernon E. Jr.
L Dunnaway; Willie F. Schfarer. Jennie E.Seabright .
Ebling, Wurren F. Cassie II
Edgar. James t REMEMBER!
M I, Edgar; Jafcet'O. Shadd Shadd., Mildred Johnnie E.A. I Over 38 years of experience make PYROFAX Gas the LEADER: in the bot-
I Faxon, Bessie 1. Shanks. Frances B. I
Gardner, R. G.. Slemer, Robert E.
r Gardner, 'Uos Sloan, Joe I can't buy dependable fuel service.--
i just a more
Garner, Suzanne S. Smith Murphree M.' I II I lIed'gas business-you ;
Gibson, Mary Stephenson, Emma Jane I .. < ..:1'
I Gibson;Osear'Billie Stokes, EvaStrickland I! COMPARE-.POINT! ," : .
: r Goddon, -Jeseph< John W. : .
+ I OracA Queen,'Esther Mae Strickland, Miriam H.r 11 .
'S Graham. Gloria ,D.: f' Stringfellow William G... .
I GrajuL: oa A. Jr. Thigren. John L. Ii QUALITY-CONTROLLED PRODUCT 100 Ibs. of gas. .' :'
Grays Sara *W: Thomas, Macgaret Lucille 1. A UNIFORM, '* 1-P" } ,

I t, Griff Griffi;.Phillip Ruby Tillman Trafsel.,.SiHiaeLTreep .Agnes! ,Mae II i II rigidly tested to, meet the highest specifications, pro aFinest containers and equipment made to Company's .

I Gross Hasan, OHieMae, Ja.'T. s>,;Louis Angela W. Ii" viding you with a clean-burning fuel and full heat value. rigid j specifications and design to exceed industry's

iT I Hard nbrook,. CynthiaEarlecna Ruth P. I
HASTINGS Model MOll Vian.
t Wainwright Edward. J.r i 2. Guaranteed supply assured through your written safety requirements.
i r Hardenbrook. Isaiah Whitmore Laura G. .
f Harley. A_ H. Ill Wilcox, Susie :Nell:' 4. i l'l'f agreement with Pyrofax Gas Corporation.
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TRADITIONALFURNITURE Harlt'y11&11' M. Wilhjelm Jacqueline L II j:
CUSTOM .
WESTINGHOUSE ; Harris, "Virginia' M.Hartmann. Wood!!. ErinWilliams. 3. Free equipment replacement if needed, no matter THERE'S' ONLY ONE "PYROFAX GAS"
TV WITH NEW-BIGGER 1 r ._ LOyr 'e E. .Leroy
r High Carolyn E. Stokes. L. M.SOITH l 11 how long it has been installed -
i BRIGHTER PICTURE WINDOW 23' '! Hixon, :Mart E. I ALWAYS AVAILABLE -

,--- Window" tilbe I' PRECINCT' 'XO. s- 6TARKE 4. FULL VALUE = you are"guaranteed in writing that. '
New 'square-Cornered 23" Picture 1; Atkins -J.- W. Muses Curtis. t
278 Inches of viewing area..lv : B roster, Laura K. Muse, ,FrancesXewsome each type R "Pyrofax" gas CYLINDER contains a 'full ,ALWAYS DEPENDABLE .
I opens!) up. 'a full square Brown, S. N, : John :McCall .
better pictures from>,any,.angie Norman Helen W I'
you enjoy bigger, brighter. ] I Carlyle, Johnnie ,
each channelfor Chandler. Clifford Parker. Charles c ,
pretune I
lets
New Memory Fine Tuning you J Chandler Daisy Belle Parrish. Ezekiel L.Pa !!
Grain]
t, best picture and sound Beautiful Mahogany Cole, Fred tray, James W. Jr. !.
wood solids Devlin C: E. I Pickering, Luther X. '
"Finish on Aboard with selected 1 Glbbs-; Lennie ,Delma Picketing. Pearl K. ;
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M You can be sure,,it it's WESTINGHOUSE Goodge; Myra Prevatt... Claude' R, !! Py'rofax Gas
Gray. Joseph E_ PrevattEdna : Corporation

\.diagonal measure ,, Gunter.Harper David Dorothy "Marie Rodda Richards B., Ruth.Ray 'L 'i j I 4 HOUR mE'

Hodges, Detoren S. i Sandys. Glenn Ray .
Hudson Marion F. Sr. Sanders, Norman E.Ingll'rlght t F

$269.95: :, Ingleright. Florence Claude V Alice Simmons Sanders. Richard James R. i :. 220 N. TEMP :E., .e-. STARKE, FLA. AVAILABLE''

;' !,, if ugh. B, Sr. Smith, Richard C. '
Kersey, Oswood D. Stanley; -Otftn-'E. 11 ,FOR -IMMEDIATE SERVICE PHONE 964-8091
'I''' Kite. Alice' Starting, ..Kenneth.E.of. j I: r ,;
: Lewis, Loca Starling 5V. K.Strickland I r
NORTH SUPPLY CO I*
FLORIDA Lfttles; Katie'B Joan S. r.. t ;"1 'f .. 4, '> LEONARD VARNES
: McKinney. Virginia 'iMoXeal 4 Taylor;: Clarence L. ... .
I, : Todd Jeff 'E.Trlson. I! Manager ; !
412 E. Call St. Ora C. 'T?!T, .. Simon T. !__ ., '

., Mack Manning' Cecil, Delia WilHams Walker. life*ET "lyBn N. 1 :tr-iEE1'_ __. _'_'.. _. ,.: : -, :_ __ : _- H _-__-. : _:::::::'-_. : =_ .- : _jf "':__' .- :_ -_ ,,:_ _: '__:. __> '.' i

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:County Law Services SetTomorrow Jaycees Hand BHS Cagers Bullington the remains to the Medical II I contract price. I use of fertilizers, pruning, of the county judge of HI ,d.

[Posts Given To Profs First Loss Center Tuesday. I Anyone desiring this service -'propagation of plants, and the ford County. Florida in 'tie
Buys OutMcGriff's courthouse at Starke, Fin :da
For Score 42-32 Win Hall also said Tuesday that or more complete information -! characteristics of annual and within eight calendar inmrha,

utch, Knight In City Cage PlayThe GEJ. I.I he would call Cleveland, Tex- concerning Timber :: perennial plants, Hutchins said. from the of date this cf the notice first r.4l"h publication -

1hi (Continued from W. H. Lappe 60 Over Live Oak I as where a similar case Stand Improvement may claim or demand muI.\ i I.. m
: Page 7) Jaycees pulled a major R. Bullington, of Bulling-,; appeared last weekend when I contact Farm Forester Don writing and must sta't tti.-

'$12.307.50: County Clerk. $11.- upset last Monday night in ton's Studio & Gift Shop an-!1 the torso of a woman was I Champion, 218 E. Washington I Courthouse i office place or address residence cf the and c-"la'ill"utI 'c ,>,.t-

i i7.00; County Judge. 6567. William Harry Lappe 60 of the Mens Basketball Leagueby Starke's Tornado basket- nounced this week the purchase -'! found cut in half and neatly St., Starke or phone 964- : I and must be sworn to m the

00. ; Tax Assessor $6,440.00. Starke died Tuesday afternoonin after upsetting second-place ballers ad Jed another lack- of McGriffs G. E. Ap-! crated in two cardboard 4361. Spruce-up I claimant. or his it agent will ,Lecuau or h.lorney. .'- vmd u! -

a Gainesville hospital Lawtey 38-35. pliances.. The two businesses:' boxes. according to law.
In other action the board luster week to their record
an extended illness.Mr. The game was close all the are adjoining on W. Call Street i Is Slated January %:i. 1962.
approved for ,
plat the
a Horticulture
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,. Lappe was born. July 24, although they registered their Class Laura Louise Ropers i iin- m.
jstone Heights Cemetery and way, but the team work of and a portion of the wall will : Executrix of the Estate of
authorized Darby to receive 1901 in Breese, Ill. He was a the Jaycees plus a high shoot- fifth win of the season Sat- be taken out between them allowing -,County To Get i Is Offered NowA [Continued From Pare 1] ,I ceswd.Alice 31ay Heal ROKIUe! -

;bicU i;\ for a new IB-inch carriage retired the First baker Christian, a member Church of ing average managed to pull urday 42-32 over lowly Live j passage from one store j Timber StandImprovement i lout "all the way to Highland." |1 i I First( publication on. Fob; :, ,iv
he of the first half. to the other. i home improvement class 1st. 1962.
upset
electric l typewriter for thelerk's :Masonic Lodge and the Orderof Oak. j i ii i ij i The highway beautification is I I ii it .-::)
Elliott and A. Q. Mr. ; stressing horticulture is being'
Buddy Bullington will be the
I
office.
i' a joint project of the Wom-
Williams :
the Eastern Star. He bad Sophomore John
Smith had 10 and nine points :franchised G. E. dealer and i| taught every other Monday. 1 an's Club and the State Road :
lived in Starke for 25 years. i led the Tornadoes over the : night at 7:30 in the agricul-
City Employees respectively for the winners, I;I\vill carry a full line of Gen-: :; Department but the city and
his wife,
Surviving are while John, Bates and Emory I Bulldogs with 20 points while i eral Electric appliances. Farm Forester Don Champion ture building at Bradford High county. as well as individuaals
:Xt Raises Maude Smith two :
Lappe; Eunice had 12 each for Law- Mr. McGriff stated that he, School, according to Vo-Ag In-
... daughters, Mrs. Alice demons Dave Ingram had 12 andArthur j announces that Bradford.!;structor Paul Hutchins.M. :: and civic groups have partici-
I I i,would operate a "new and used'1, County chosen to be :
was one .ated.
:J Continued FrOlic Page One! and Mrs. Beverly Contos; and tey.Stricklands Holliday had 4. Starke \ B. Jordan vocational
managed to win :appliance business in the Lex:: of four counties in the state agriculture _
I ito j
Robert H. Lappe all trailed 7-8 at the half but : 1
eo. one son, I instructor at the
simply "Wages have been their final game of the first Green building on Court Street.! receive timber stand improvement '
of Starke; his mother Mrs. had: pulled ahead 18-13 at State Prison and who has 30 :
half by beating Stallings 38- Forest' I la Count liter's Court In
1o\y in relation to some .other service. The
Ann, S. Lappe St. Louis :Mo.: ; years experience in horticulture ,. And I'ar Bradford Count .
33 in a close match. Townsend halftime. *
.c1e artments. We brought the Service will contact with rioridu
six brothers Edward Lappe, 'PartsOlBodyBeing is instructing the newly r
I\
'tnatter to the attenion of the 'Jacksonville and Clinton, Strickland wag high for the Against Macclenny last Friday woodland: owners desiring this In re: Kstai* cf Alice May Htal
; formed class which met for
winners with 18 points while i nor-or.j dec.NOTICE.
"council and appreciate service, and the fire control !
we and P. K. Yonge Tuesday
Verland and -
Ralph. August. Franklin Tomlinson had 26 Examined I the first time last :Monday t TO CREDITORS 'II
.heir response. Carl Lappe, all of St. Louis, however the Tornadoeswere crews will complete the work. \ night The next meeting will I All creditors of the e!>tato of
I points for Stallings. I Timber stand improve- ;, I Alice :May Heal Rogers deceased -
.1 Mo.; three sisters Mrs. Val : In the last game Thursday virtually helpless. A :By UF Medicos ment is the elimination of all'': be on Monday, February 19, I are hereby notified and
Given Tips ; required to file
:Rotary eria Nicewarnner, and Mrs. I Hutchins said. i any claims 01I
night the Professors won the vengeful Baker County team low-quality or undesirable I demands which they may have

; On Fox Hunting Mary and Mrs.Shea,Finnia both of Anderson St. Louis of, first half of the season by racked up 83 points to 50 for I Latest developments on the trees and other scrubby hard- ,:' The course will cover the i against! said estate in the tifficr! for tfM sake of your homt

trouncing the Seniors 71-15 in the Tornadoes and was ahead I --
nine I remains of the butchered body I i wood growth, where competing -
Mo. and grand-
An interesting talk on the Festus, ; an easy contest. The Professors 41-29 at the half to lead all ; found last week at .Highland ,i I II with the better quality'

fine art of fox hunting was,I children.Funeral services win be held had four men hitting in the way. John Watson with 'I t and Sylvester. Ga. are that i trees for growth. I

iven at the.Rotary Club Wednesday -' at 2 p. m. Friday in the. First the double figures. They were I 36 points and Billy Thomas !I they are to be examined at "Here in our county it' N111i'JJJJj!
i Doug Lowrimore. 19; Bob with 33 set a torrid for I
j Christian Church with Rev. Bob pace the University of Florida would mean the killing out of
by W. P. Glenn Jr., I
Reagin. 17: Jim Temple 17; Macclenny.
I Badgett officiating. Burial will Medical Center. poor quality oaks, myrtles, Or |
who reviewed progress of the I!be in Crosby Lake Cemetdry and Connie Clark with 12. Williams had 11 points for Police officers in New York other hardwood growth where |
{jpcal Fox Hunters Association Frick was high for the losers Starke. Ingram and Bill Jack- ; 20 Word.or less, one time ---- ___ .93 Memorials
under the direction of DeWitt City are also waiting to quiz iindering pine restocking and ----- Resolutions: ________ :5c per word
trom its beginning in 1959 to with 3 points. son 9 each Billy Anders 8, If not paid in advance ---- ___ J.M( ) Cards
I C. Jones Funeral Home. I a couple vacationing in Miami growth. : --------- of Thanks up to 50 words __h_ 2.50Over
the present time when it has These games completed the and Chuck Moore 6. i! Keyed or Blind Ad! ________
about The ---- 1.00
? I Active pallbearers: will be I a finger tip found new TSI service is ----- 50 words ______ __. __ or per word

almost :50) members. members of the! Starke :Masonic iirst half, with the Professors Winning their seventh victory in the freezer department of !; available to all woodland Each additional word over 20 -----_____ 0,) Display ads in Classified ______ 1.30 inch
per
** :The speaker said that the I Lodge. winning the championship.The of the season P. K. I a refrigerator in a rented apartment { owners. The job will be limited i ..

group has changed .its name second half will open Yonge's Blue Wave have they stayed in. i to not more than 200 acres LOST: Small black & white I EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY -I THERE ARE MORE people

from the Bradford County Fox I I play' tonight at 6:45: in the trampled the Tornadoes Tues- Only the section of the I with preference to acreages male Fox Terrier, answers to I need 5 aggressive sales- I la hospitals today for nervous

Hunters Association to the pack of hounds "who know gym. day 58-41 behind the shoot- finger from the nail to the I j of less than 100 acres. The I name of P. K. Reward for return men.Daid. Highest commissions i and mental disorders than
Apolv in
Hortheast Florida! Fox Hunters! what they're doing." I STANDINGS W L GB ing of Ken Turja with 23 first joint was found in the | charge for carrying out the i I to Mrs. Jimmie Green Feb. 2 at LaRue nerson Corporation.Friday. I all other ailments combined.
Chiropractic
.Association i.i order to attract : Robert Starling, president ofi '. Professors 9 1 __ points and Mike Timmermanwith rented Miami Beach apartment j work will depend on man- 206 S. Water, phone 964-5423. 400 W. Madison. 2tchg 2-8 I orevents the need care for genei hos ally Di-

Inembers fiom surrounding i the association, was also a i.! Stricklands 7 3 2 15. Ingram had 14 for Up talization. >
i and whether it belongs j hours to complete and will FOR : Phu-ne the Boiling-
1 S.\LE-.a
counties.I: guest of the club. The speakerwas Lawtey 7 3 2 Starke. Williams 9, And Herb Bedroom House: er Chirooractic Clinic for
to the mutilated body is still j range from $8 per acre to $17 BARGAIN on your lot $1.850. $48.23 an
per.
: He described the early origins introduced by A. J. Thomas Jaycees 4 6 5 Nelson 6. ]:1 an unanswered question. The j jj per acre. The Florida Forest I RENT OR SALE 309 N. \iI' m. Call 964-8641 for further i appointment todav. 2tp 2-8

of the sport, and the fas- Jr., who had charge. of the! Stallings 3 7 6 B-Squad 'j vacationing couple, Mr. and iI | Service will provide necessary I'I' Broadway St.. Starke Fla. 5': i information!. ltehg I I FOR SALE 1956 English

Jiination of following a good program. 'Seniors 0 10 10 The Baby Tornadoes did no j Mrs. Bernadette Post qf LittleNeck j manpower chemicals, and rm. house furnished. Rent WE BUY sell and trade cows. I Ford. Newly painted. For
LEADING SCORERS 1 i j adults $50 mo. Cash Sale. $5-1 i
:,& better as they managed to New York are return- equipment for chemical in- ;: 500. Terms $1,000 down $50 hogs and horses. See Leonard ': mere information call 964-

a Doug Lowrimore, Professors scratch out only one win 42- ing to New York by bus alonga jection. The chemical or herbicide mo. 6 per cent. Newly decorated I Griffis. 3 miles Northeast of 3562 after 6 p. m. 1 Up

145. 41 over Macclenny last Friday. route that would take them I to be used will be 2-4-5- ,I in and out. To close Starke.. Phone 964-0795. ALL TYPE LAWN MOWERS

I Bob Reagan. Professors 137. The locals trailed all the way by Pittsburgh and possibly T plus 2-4-D in. diesel oil. I and estate. Phone FL 9-3507. ,_2to 2-15 SHARPENED. FACTORY

FISHING CONTEST Dewayne Elder Strick- until the fourth period, they New Orlenas on their way I All requests for this service I Jax. Fla. To see apply 317 DRESS MAKING AND AL- WAY. CALVIN JOHNS.

lands 128. were down 27-36 at the end home. It may be two weeks j will be handled by the Farm I Broadway Starke. 3tch 2-22 j TERATIONS. Prices reason I phone 964-1441. tfchg

John Bates Lawtey, 125. of the third period, but came before the couple returns I Forester. He will make a survey RENT? WHY! able. See Mrs. Vasco Forsythor I

Buddy Elliott Jaycees. 108. on to win. Harold Bishop home so they can be quesI I of the woodland area to CALL 964-8641 today for in-i call 969-1572. ltchg show HOUSE you HUNTING 29 beautitul? Let homes us,

; Jim Temple Professors, 105. had 16 points for Starke and i tioned. I determine acr-agp needing homes formation with on no lovely down new TRAILER PARK I 2, 3, and' 4 bedrooms. Move
pay-
Franklin Tomlinson stal- Bob Moody 14. I Purpose of the examination! TSI and the man-hours to I ments. 2tchg 2-15 Large lots with patios available 1, into one that suits your fam-

REGISTER lings, 101.Townsend. But the team fell apart by UF doctors is to determine j complete. After arriving at I. ; Close to down town i flies nerds. No down payment
LADIEScan be shopuin.Vestmoreian !' if lot. Pay less
Strickland Saturday Live Oak yours you own a
as won
what sort of instrument was i total cost to complete the
Strickland's, 98.Wa'Ile i I Put spare time to work. For: Trailer Park Westmoreland i than rent. See our I. E. H. Alai -
46-30 and Tuesday as P. K. used expertly to work, the woodland owner ; :
so carve up ; immediate placement with' St Phone 969-2151. tfchg i' Die Hill model now. 400 W.
Helms Jaycees, 93. Yonge topped them 48-25. the body to the extent that i then signs a contract with : Avon write Mrs. Mabel Gore. Madison, phone 964-8641.

Moody led the scoring in identification has been made'; the Florida Forest Service. i Box 3617. Gainesville. Give'' WE DON'T I Itihg

NOW! both games with 9 to10 impossible. Officers have ; The County Ranger then sends I directions to vour home. 'Sell you we help you buy.,
1 II 2trhg 2-9
ADULT EDUCATION COURSES -
i
I points and Bishop was second theorized that as the carving i his fire control crew in to1: Good selection of new and 1'll. EVENINGS MONDAY

SEE g with six points each game. was done so skillfully it must :, carry out the prescription. ALTERATIONS used 8' and 10' wide Mo.'i i THROUGH THURSDAY. All

t The Tornadoes have only I have been the work of a doctor When completed, the Farm Women anj childrens sewing. bile Homes. i! High School sUbJects. Business -

: one more contest, in Santa Fe "! butcher or undertaker. Forester re-inspects to see if Mrs.nh"np Shirley 782-3053 Johnson.! 3tP Lawtev.2-15 LAKE GENEVA Courses. Conversational

ELECTRIC BOTTOM IOATSYou'll : Saturday at 8 p. m., before of carried out in accord- i TRAILER Spanish. Mechanical Drtwins.!
GLASS The head and 10 fingers work PARK

FROM FEB. 1 THRU MAY 31Be I entering the Keystone Conference I the man estimated to be 25 ance with recommendationsand I! mates.HOUSE Call lIOVIXGFrt'e 964-8641 for esti-in- ,i 1 mi. SE of Keystone Hts :, Testing ents: contact services.L. White H. Gibson stud-

i' Tournament next I years old are still missing. contract. When certified formation. Mdie 2-15' on Route 100 i usa Bid*. Office. Negro stud-

To Enter Your Fish Prior to CatchingIt Find Plenty Of I.Thursday Friday, and Saturday I Clay County Deputy SheriffJ. O- K., the landowner pays the I' I tfchg''j j i ents: contact Prof. Eddie
Qualified I I February 15. 16 and Jr. FOR SALE-Large City lots. __ 'i I Thompkins. RJE High School.
Real Bargains And Plen- P. Hall said he took Florida Forest Service .the t I
You WILL NOT Be Qualified After Fish Is I Mrs. D. W. Whiffen will -- :.- I Contact C. B. Johns intersection -'! WANT TO BUY used water tfchg

ty Of Parking. Space At I,i discuss books concerning Rus- --ii---- _-_iiii. _-_ --- -- -- ,: i Colley Rd. and Hiway 100Itchsr Dump and tank. Cash. Phone I WANTED
Caught I' Baby sitter in
nl1th 4181. Ke tone. ltp .
117, in Macclenny. Ml MMMH B MHMB I vour home or mine af tt i-
SO REGISTER NOW! FARR'SBargain !, FOR RENT-3: bedroom attractively ROOM WANTED-bY gentle noons. -ALSO Ironing. Fam-
fly with children preferred
furnished cottageon I
man. Parking: facilities or
Terwillegar MotorsSales Kingsley Lake. Central'iI 1: near Saratoga Heights. Write
desirable.
Prize for Largest Black Bass Center I Library GroupTo I heat. Call 969-1491. Mrs. J.I' monthly garage rate. Write BradfordCo. State I! Bradford Co. Telegraph. Box

W TCinpqirt tfrhe Telegraph. Box j 1823 W. Itchgi
(i 2 Miles South on Heat Talk 823Altchg i
U. S. 301 LARGE HOUSE FOR SALE ., FOR RENT Two bedroom
m MITCHELL GARCIA Comnletely famished [6 i FOR RENT 3 bedroom furnished apartment close to
: .
By Mrs. Whillensia and ServiceHEADQUARTERS anartments] double garage. house in Lawtey. Recently town. Ph. 964-2881. UP
210 N. St.
ONE | Cherry

Spinning Reel.. Value $$29.95 : Twin Bed Room and Communism at a meeting I I See Enjoy J,a R.home Bullington.plus Ineeme.I Owner.. ,1 See painted Miss and Enza refinished Blanchard.2to inside.2-15 house FOR RENT unfurnished.-Two 6 1 bedroom-2 miles

; of Friends of The Library I tfch .
i Suite north of Starke en highway
,
tonight [Thursday] at 8
I WANTED 964-1513. J. W Gas-
: : LISTINGS. FREE 16. Ph.
FOR SALE Traditional
Complete With o'clock In the Starke library. OPEN LISTINGS. NO SALE kins. Starke. tfch

Spinning Rod -. Value $$12.95 : Springs and Mattresses Mrs. Whiffen who recently I sofa.green upholstered& rose tapestry.in beige$50., NO PAY. STROUT REALTY.J. I

i Vanity, Bench and Chest came to Starke with her hus Phnn 964-0881 Itchg Hansen. Rep. 5 ml S. of INCOME: TAX SERVICEC.

"" : Only I band. Dr. Whiffen, was born ALL MAKES AND MODELS .i Starke on U. S. 301. Phone I E.SATURDAYSAND IIUTCHESONi
$8500 I FOR SALE-Oliver Diesel 77 468-1766. Waldo. tfchg II i
for Speckled Perch and reared in Potsdam, now a
.Prize: Largest I I Tractor and: equipment. Information -
tart of East Germany. Her at Post Office Gra- COLONIAL FLORIST MOH. Fri.; after 5 p. nt.

i ; 8pc. WALNUT DINING family was forced to flee to | ham. Ph. 2377. Brooker. Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke." Call 964-1195
1 2tD 2-8 Flowers wired any place. Flow-,I 521 Pratt St.
COOKOUT West Berlin in 1949 because
Room Suite Front End Alignments I ers for all occasions locally.' lOchg 413FARM
I her father had been labeled"a Ii
6 Chairs, Table and !i FOR SALE-3 bedroom frame Phone 964-6291. 506 East
Double Gas Unit Buffet t capitalist" by the Communist I I house. Contact C. B. Johns Nona St. tfchg
Cylinder regime. I I Intersection Colley Rd. and

Only 1 Hi way 100 South. Itchg I FOR RENT-3 bedroom unfurnished Equipment For
$5500 Mrs. Whiffen was nine years Motor
Tune-ups 1 ': house. 3 mi. from Flowing -
0 old when the war was over : RIDE WANTED-To and from I State Farm 7 mi. from Planting
Value
$19.95 and remembers well the Prison 7:30 and 4:30.: 5 days I Starke on Rd. 16. Morris Car. I INDUSTRIAL

Studio CouchesFROM bombing of her home town] a week. Phone 964-2575. I ter. phone 964-1511 ltchg
i 2to 2-15 '! Equipment For Every Job
and the Russian occupation, Motor Overhaul !

YOU :May Obtain Your Fishing and Hunting License $15.00 to $39.00SPEC.IAL She met her husband, while BEAGLES PUPPIES rated FOR RENT apartment- Newly with private deco- ,(Superior Tractor Co.
3 male 1 female 9 weeks.
i -
he was in the U. S. Army assigned I
bath. Convenient to down-
Wormed & pup shots. A. K. Ci i PHONE EV 9-6772
From Our Sporting Goods Department. to the Army hospita: 'registered. $35 each. Phone i town. 337 N. Walnut St. 5353 W. Beaver Jacksonvillfti
in Berlin the Automatic Transmission Gladvs Harrington. Up
Germany as : 964-1294_Up i!
Bed Room chief optometrist. They wer I I I BEAUTIFUL NEW HOMES
See Us For Your Fishing & RENT? WilY! BUSINESS PROPERTYFOR I IN STARKE
I married in 1956, and lived in
Lounge CALL 964-8611 todav for information I SALE -Excellent loca- i We want you to see and to
I Texas for two and a hail Repairs .' on lovely new j I tion. 3 mi. north of Starke on 1 admire these 3 bedroom

Hunting Needs! Only $12.50 I years before coming to Starke, homes with no down pay- i; U. S. 301. 100 x 260 ft. Terms i i homes as our guest with no

I ,Mrs. Whiffen remarks thai ments. 2tche 2-15 !1 ava] ble. Call 964-8641. I obligation on your part. If you

One Baby Bed I when she first came to the FOR SALE j j 2tch 2-8 I I want one after admiring the

: United States three years ago): Brakes Relined Ready mix concrete. concrete FOR RENT Furnished apart-.' beautiful pastel colors inside
LIKE NEW 'I' ,, the two fl1 tiled baths. the
seemed that hardly anyone block oiers. fence posts sand ments. Reasonable rates. Near
$22.00 cement.mortar mix. rock. steel shopping center. Phone 969- built-in ipace heaters with
DOWN
NO MONEY i knew or cared very mud I
thermostatic control and the
oyster shell nmprock. and roof 2011 or call at 213 S. Cherry
CHROME I about Communism. Today UnderratingWindow gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg St. [Shell Oil Co. Office.] tfchg I double compartment sinks wecm .
I however she feels that more : Bradford Engineering Co. I let vou have it for as lit1 .
Dinette Sets i ,1 tie as 287.50 VA or 425.00
Repair I and more people have becomE FOR SALE-3 bedroom home. I ILre FURNISHED APARTMENTS: i FHA A call will do it all. Tel.
4 Chairs And Table aware of the threat of world kitchen with modern'[ lights and: water furnished. j 964-5701.

'FROM Communism. She feels thai Glass Replaced 'nhjnet and modern b' th j jKT Inquire Bullington Studio or : A. J Thomas. Realtor
321 West MadisonSt. tfchg i
Add Rooms ... Carport .-. $28.50 to $40.00 I this awareness is an import "U PViorro jgf +n915 ;I' r ;!' Itchg

ant factor in the fight HAVE ROUTE OPEN FOR
GOOD USED Ranges and re- \ HAY FOR SALE
:
Bath Room -P-E-<:-I-J\-L I against Communism and ha ingerators at prices you can ; MAN OR WOMAN. EARN: Good oualitv from heavily
$87.50 PER WEEK. AGE 30
given several talks over television Wheels/ Balanced afrd. North Florida Supply. j j fertilized pastures. $30 a ton

BassinetExtra and before civic group! .412._E Call St tfchg !j( TO 65. WRITE: MR. at farm 2 miles east of
INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX- GREENE. 659 WEST PEACH- Shirke. J. R
( Wainwrisrht.nhnno .
', Good Condition on this subject. : FOR RENT2 bedroom Unfurnished j i i TREE ST..N. E. ATLANTA 8. I'AQ-tll1 tt.l'hit

TURKS) Only $8.00 apartment. Phone I j GEORGIA. 4tchg 3-1

i Masons To Meet QM-4q21. tfchg I 1 REMODELING ADDI- FOR SALE Cocker Spaniel

\ Chest of Drawers FOR SALE 2 bedroom 1! TIONS. Free estimates.- No;i nuonies from A. K. C. Rg.
Time To Re-roof I Next Monday FACTORY female. Phone 964-5685 Rt.I .
house with screened porches.,j I! down payment. Call 964-8641.'I 1 TVre H6. 2tn 2-8
$22.50SPECIALS Reasonable priced in city of | Ztchg 2-15 I I--- ..
I
I Worshipful Master Merret Starke. Ph. 964-6655. 2tp 2-8 i 1
FREE ESTIMATES I Williams of Bradford Lodg FURNISHED one bedroom I HASTINGS MATTRESS
I TRAINED
ON .
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I No. 35, F. & A. M. announce FOR RENT Kingsley Lake ; aDartments for rent. W. H. & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
,
New and Used i that the lodge will meet lath furnished 2 bedroom house Nollnun. 510 N. Cherry. .
: : r Well heated. Available to tfchg I 1 710 Lemon Rt. Palatki
i Masonic Temple at 7:30 n ,
STARKE BUILDERS :tEnd Tables !Monday Feb. 12. Importan p. MECHANICSAll :June 1. Phone 964-4201 or'' I Furniture Repaired, Up-
Q64-0741. tfch
BE SURE to see WORLD 11 I bolstered &
: :Coffee Tables :business will be transacted an I! BOOK before buying any en- Refinished
PEYTON FLORIST :
I a full attendance is requested I cyclopedia. M. A. Payne your MATTRESSES REBUILT
Work Guaranteed i 119 S. THOMPSON ST. "
r SUPPLIES INC. Extra Special I:I A special commuication c i PHONE 9644155i ,1 local representative since 1956. New Innersprings

: Bradford lodge is called for i NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1622 I BOX 603. PA. 964-3794 tfchg I and Box Springs
9x 12Lineoleum
r I p- m. Friday at the templi I DISTINCTIVE: FLOWERSWe I I Dret Us A Card or Call

AT S.A.L. DEPOT STARKE, FLA. Rugs I| for the purpose of conducting: & I i _Wire Flower Anywhere tfehi LOST Hound. Black.Female white Walker and tan.Fox PALATKA EA 5-9166

FOR !j services for Brother W. Ham Black specks in white. Last STARKE 984-593

PHONE 964-4201 g95. I Lappe. All members are urge I FOR SALE -Easv Washing heard runnfc at Graham.Jan. MRS.. PEGGY SHALLEB.Starke. .

I to" attend. : Machine. 1105 W. Madison 19. Tag on collar W. E. Alentt

..II! .-=- ::" 1 L I St. 3tp 2-15 Hardee. Lawtey. 2tchg 2-8
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STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY FEB. 8, 1962
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their uniform. The Senior I, rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTLAWTEY Starke. Mrs. George Roberts, tI
girls will make blouses skirts, and Mrs. Effie Miner visited!

Home DemonstrationNotes dresses, and something for f their sister, Mrs. Mamie Oliver -

I t their home. \ of Baldwin in St. Luke's
Karen Lee of the Lawtey 7- Hospital Wednesday. B1C IC'SGROCERY
By Enza BlanehardlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I
'byDOROTIlY 3 grade club is making a 4-H r Mrs. Elmer [Bunt] Crews I

j+ ROSS uniform. It is of green pin I s AAA and children spent the weekEnd I

wale stripe cotton with a with Mr. in Val-
Crews
i / Home Demonstration Agent
:. The Methodist Fellowship and MARKET!
pleated skirt and shirtwaist
a oosta, Ga. where he is sta !
Dinner at the Sun-
parsonage I
Valentine's Day sides, and wedge of cake with bodice.: The green clover-leaf z.4p day night was enjoyed by all, tioned. Half Mile North of City Limits-U. S. 301 :

Perhaps you would like to fluffy frosting so heart shapeis chevron makes attached the dress to the the pocket official -- who attended. Evening serv- Mr. and Mrs. A. }t. Harley OPEN 7 DAYS 7 AM.11 P.M. :

prepare something special for ]' perfect. ices followed. Jr. of Kingsley Lake, Mrs. A. .

the, children or that certain Heart decoration 'on top. 4-H uniform. By G. T. Hoggins At The Churches H. Harley Sr., and Mrs. Mae |I GA. RED
Fallout On The
someone on Valentine's Day. Cut a heart about 4 inches FarmWe Wells visited Will Biggs in
Grace Methodist Church j I
have received in the I TOMATOES 8 for .
wide from brown Brush 1 County Agent cans $1.00'SUNNY
Then, here is a suggestion. paper. School 9:45.: Morning Worship Georgetown Sunday. j!
office for distribution Farmers'Bulletin
Be* Iy-Valentine Cake with butter and place over 2107 "Radioactive __'hI 11; Evening Worship, Guests of Mrs. Joyce Futch j I LAND '

Bake a plain cake in two frosting,in center of cake. Fallout on the Farm." I 7:30: p. m., MYF each Wed 1 at a family dinner Sunday j i
8 9 inch Cool. If Sprinkle coconut over remain- I PURE LARD 1 gal. 89c
or layers. i nesday 7 p. m. were Mr. and Mrs. Benton - -
This! is the new bulletin
.der of and sides. Remove
you,have heart aped pans, top
Futch
-: First Baptist Sunday and children Ralph
use, those. paper heart and ,fill center. that Home was Preparedness mentioned in Work-the '.- [ 4 School, 10 a. m. Morning Futch of Starke, Terry Futch, GOOD HOPE MILK 3 cans 39c
Spread between cake: lay space! with one-third cup of a 11 6:30 Mrs.
Worship BTU : p. m. Claudia Strickland of
shops last October. It is
ers one, cup ,of sweetened strawberry mixture or jelly. very -. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. Gainesville and Miss Elizabeth BUSH'S
{Taken from What's New in important that farmers havea Itr 1 _
thickened sliced strawberries}; Prayer Meeting each Wed- Terry. MUSTARDTURNIP
.IOe
so they can be well informed
: Home Economics, February copy -
[fresh or irjozenl: strawberry
nesday 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Leona Edwards spent
Jain or red Jelly. 1962. about fallout on : ? 1. r1Lj.j and COLLARD GREENS can
; bright Don't forget to come to the weekend with her son.
Plants and animals and I
On In The 4-H what r
Goings Clubs
To shape the heart:' Cut a ,
; rat r PTA Tuesday night Feb. 13. Carl, and family in Gaines-
Many of the girls are beginning can be done. JIM DANDY GRITS 5 Ibs. 25c
pie,shaped wedge from ,one The mothers that marchedin -
Send or call for free
their clothing your ville.Mr.
side of cake. The pro-
I wedge the March of Dimes last
should be :about 3 and one- jects. Garments made may be Starke copy today.: Phone Address-Box number 964-267, week wish the community to Wns .are and the Mrs.proud Arthur parents Gas-of CABIN HOME MEAL SIbs. 25c (
modeled in the dress at
half] inches wide, and 2' 1-2 revue their
know they appreciate
a daughter, Theressa Montez
f 2865. ,
inches. eep*" (((from point of Rally Day March 3. Dates Ahead generous cooperation and torn Sunday Feb. 4. i I ROYAL

wedge to outside. edge of The Junior girls will be Club thanks. Mr. and Mjs. Bill Patrick II I'j!: LONG GRAIN RICE 5 Ibs. 59c
Februall17-4-H Day,
cake making dish towels, aprons, Mr. and Mrs. George Last- I
: State Fair. -., ,r announce the birth of a son,!':
Place wedge at side of cake skirts and blouses. Some will r inger and Mr. and Mrs. Rich-i DELTA
opposite the ,cut to form the :. make green gathered skirts to March 3-4-H Rally Day ard Bennett Jr. and children,i I Joseph Ricky, on February 1. !'
i Ii SYRUP /2 gal. jar . 49c
V A of First I -
members of
tip of the heart. Cover top, wear with a white blouse for and Demonstration Day. and Mrs. Alice Austin and group
i
Baptist Church held Mis-
Household Hints a i
Hughy, of Daytona Beach
con
I I ARMOURS With $5.00 Food Order
lion
meeting in the home of
What Do You Know About. Fresh grapefruit is a good were visiting in the Darley- I
buy this month. Prices are Cephus Harrell: of Brooker j jI home and money in your Bennett home during the week Mr. and Mrs. Fralic sunday': VEGETOLE 3 lbs. - 59c

The MORMAN CHURCH? well below those of a year [at right] is the first to pick pocket. and spent some time with afternoon. ,
ah agricultural publicationfrom Circular 172-A Melvin Prescott who has been Mr. and Mrs. F. L. RobertsJr. I STERLINGS ROUND

When You Want To Know More Phone ago.For nutritious snacks and the new display rack Not many days ago the lit- critically ill in Jacksonville. and family, and Mr. and I TABLE SALT . . lOc

9644192Or for use in baking dried fruitsare placed in the hallway of the tle cold spell killed most all He is a brother of Mrs. Dar- Mrs. E. G. Mathews Jr and

just the thing. Suppliesof courthouse. of our poinsettia plants. Thereis icy, Mrs. Lastinger. and Mrs. family of Jacksonville spent I SOUTHERN
Send Your Name And Address To: Your County Agent is hand- always the question of Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
prunes, raisins dates, and Austin.Mr. J.I PEACHES No. 2'/2 cans 5 for $1.00
ELDER JENKINS & JOHNSON figs are slightly larger this ing Mr. Harrell a free copy when to cut them back and and Mrs. Ralph Hardee C. Tye. I

346 N. Cherry St. Starke, FU. year. ot the Farm & Home record what is a good practice to Jr., and Mis. Ralph Hardee! Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pearson i NICE LARGE
book. In The Telegraph last follow in keeping the plants Sr. of Lake City were week and son and Mr. and ;

CHRISTIAN CHURCH week was a message from the pruned during the growing end guests of Mr. and Mrs.I Mrs. Tom Tatum and family i i HLflIu HENS
Internal Revenue Department period. This circular will tell Fralic. Mrs. Hardee Sr. is visited the Jacksonville Zoo '
SUNDAY SERVICES
SHOP ANYWHERE urging,farmers to keep better you.These Mrs. Fralic' sister Mr. Fralick last Saturday. llLL
FOR NEW t Carl Clarke, Minister records for their own benefit, few that we have has been very ill for some IB- 39c
OR
USED I 10:00: a. m. Bible School as well as for ease in makingtax listed are representative of weeks. I

11:00 a. m. Worship and Com- returns. the great number now avail- Friends of Mrs. W. L. Dur- In County lad e'. Court In I
Then Come See Us! munion. This record book is com- able to you. ban will be sorry to learn And Fur Bradford County.Florida ,] FRESH PURE '

pletely designed to make tax that she is in Bradford Hos- In re Estate. of Alice May Heal PORK LINK SAUSAGE ".16: 59c
Rogers, dec.NOTICE
WE'LL MATCH' ANY DEAL BICLAB BAPTIST CHURCh reporting easier and more accurate TYvwnsy1'YYYI1yYYYRY1BROOKER pital as the result of a wreck TO CREDITORSAll
and every farmerbigor Saturday. They will be gladto creditors of the estate of FRESH GROUNDHAMBURGER

UNIVERSITY Sunday School, 10 a. m. little-needs one of these know that in spite of pain- Alice are May hereby Heal notified Rogers, and deceased Ib. '. 49c.
CHEVROLET Morning Worship 11 a. m. books and is urged to pick it ful cuts and bruises she is required ,to file any claims or

Your Authorized Dealer Training Union, 6:30: p. m. up from the courthouse rack. By Shirley GreenLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI not considered in a serious I! demands against said which estate they in may the office have I SMOKED PICNICS lb. - 33c '
Evening Service 7:30: p. m.- Over 400 MoreBulletins condition.Mrs. of the county judge of Brad-
215 S. E. FIRST' ford Florida, in the
: GAINESVILLE County
Rev. Luther A. McGee and circulars,
!
pastor.MANN'S Oscar Carter returned courthouse at Starke, Florida, SELECT '
written by Florida Agricul- Mr. and Mrs. John EVansof Thursday from a visit of several -I within eight calendar months BEEF LIVER. 3 lbs. . $1.00 '
tural Experiment Station and I from the date of the first pub-
Haines City were weekend weeks with her sister-in- lication of this notice Each
Extension Service staff, carrya guests of Mrs. Mattie Barry. law, Mrs. D. L. Norman, in claim or demand must be in FRESHj SMALL
wide of information.A writing and must state the
variety
Allen Lewis of Cross City Miami.
place or residence and post- '
Ib. . 49c '
: limited variety is displayed SPARE RIBS -
was the Sunday night and Mrs. Susie Norman of Jacksonville office address of the claimantand :
SHELL must be sworn to by the
in office and in
: our Monday guest of his mother spent the weekend claimant his agent, or his attorney -
: I. the. courthouse. A complete Mrs. ,Amanda.Lewis. with Mrs. Lu Norman. .and or It will becotne void
listing ]is available for other Louie Brown of Jackson- Mrs. Carrie Norman.Sunday according January to 25,law.1962. Get Your Drug'ltems HereWE

selections.A ville visited his mother, Mrs. guests of Mr. and Laura Louise Rogers Chilson,
few, as examples are H. O. Brown, last Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Truby Wainwright were Executrix: of the Estate of
Alice May Heal Rogers, di- HAVE A LARGE VARIETY OF
listed. Pick one up, write us and Mrs. Cecil Melvin their son, ;Jack, and family ceased.
STATION or phone us and we will mail and family visited Mr. and from Waycross, Ga. and First, 1962.publication on February1st ALL KINDS

at your request. Mrs. F. W. Gainey in Day- granddaughter, Mrs. Donald 2.1 4t %-Z I _A

Bulletin Number 629 tona Beach Sunday. Knight, of Jacksonville.Mr. .
Insects and Diseases affect- Mrs Al Rain of Archer and :Mrs. Carl [Bub) -

ing Strawberries. This lists and Larry Sikes of Alachua Carter and Mr. and Mrs.
435 E. MADISON STREET
names and illustrates by pic- visited Mrs. ,Mamie Hodges Oscar Carter were Saturday
II ture the most common trou- last Saturday. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. !

A bles we might expect. Recommendations Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott Paul Dinkins Jr. in St. Augus' Winkler EiectricInc.

I are made for and sons visited Mrs. Brook i tine.

e Finest Products Made i' treatment. Perryman in Gainesville Sun- I i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise ,
Bulletin 193 B
'I and children were in Opp,
) I Just released last month day.Mr.. and Mrs. Alan Mess- Ala. over the weekend visit-

: on Commercial Vegetable Insect more of Ocala were weekend ing Mr. Wise's father. '

I and Disease Control I guests of her parents Mr. and Everyone is glad to see Mr.

Expert-Service Come In And See Us Guide. This lists vegetable Mrs. A, L. Green. and Mrs. Walter Wilkison Improved Appliance Store :
I and then the possible
crops Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby] in health and at home .
I trouble-maker. Dust or spray and son of Starke were Sun- again after several weeks spent I
HOURS 5:30 A. M. TO 9:00 P. M. I
: suggestion is listed and gives day guests of Mr. and Mrs.: with their son-in-law and
the number of days before

PHONES: DAY 964-8551 NIGHT 964-0083 harvest should be made. Lloyd Mr. Barry.and Mrs. D. C. Carterof Dobbs daughter and Mr.children and Mrs.in Jack-Cecil Buy Your Drugs at the Drug Store .' .'t

i'Circular S132Describes Lake City visited Mrs. Ma- sonville.Mr. .

I the two new varieties mie Hodges recently.Mr. and Mr*. H. E. Kelly
I of peas demonstrated and Mrs. N. C Mott
24 Hour Road Service from
i, on three of our farms last were Sunday guests of Mr. and Wendle spent brother Sunday J. G.i Buy your appliances
alL The Producer and Climax and Mrs. C. H. Layfield in with; Mr. Kelly's ;
Kelly, in Yankeetown.Mr. and
in
should be Included every
Gainesville. Mrs. Oscar Carter were din- WINKLER ELECTRIC Inc.-234 N. TEMPLE AYE.
LOUIS MANN, Owner planting in our county. Iris Brown of Jacksonville ,
ner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Bulletins 601 and 619
visited her mother Mrs. H. O.
in Florida John Aguiare in Jacksonville
Pecan Growing
Brown, Saturday.
-
and Insects and Diseases for Mrs J. E. Hardy of Starke Sunday.A. .
Pecans. Number 601 gives visited her mother Mrs. Mat- J. [Bill] Dobbs Jr. Is FREE DELIVERY FREE SERVICE
seriously ill in Bradford
J $$1'4mKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY some good suggestions on tie Barry, Friday.
HospitalMrs.
management. Number 619 is County
worth having to identify the Eddie Lewis of Starke was Nell Andrews of 100 MILE RADIUS No Tricks-No Gimmicks
the weekend guest of his
two or three insects most i
Mrs. Amanda
grandmother,
dangerous to us. It also pic- I
AUTO BODY SHOP AUTO RADIATOREd Lewis. ,
J. B.
WrightSINCLAIR tures pecan scab that costsus --
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simonsof
money each year.
Mack's Body Shop Prevatt's Garage SERVICE Bulletins 175 and 510A Gainesville visited Mr.,and i Radio
STATION Mrs N. C. Mott Sunday night.
RADIATOR SERVICE These two Bulletins name t
BODY A FENDER REPAIRS New Cera.1 4h'l and describe most of the Club News
i flushing'Crank Shaft Complete Auto Sepia that to livestock The Brooker Garden Club QUIZ 2DOORREFRIGERATOR
COLLISION SKRVJCKFRSB plants are poison BIG
Grinding Tirti Batteries Accessories' and to people. Toxic to will hold their regular monthly j Dispatched t d

pintifl__ lftfhfi Lan Mower Motor Repaired Eleetrie Welding livestock are plants like spec- meeting at 8 p. m. Thursday MASTER
Phone 854-0154 Feb. 8, in the Community d I i FREEZER

Butt 1EKIMATE3!. ..'-IUS Or 964-3861 542 ,Madison 969-2801 labilis Chinaberry crotolaria, Nigbt Lantana Shade Center.attend.All members are 4 II fool Trucks.
to
Sir Walnut, Starke cocklebur and about 15 or 20 urged //8f h
MM K. taete. Stert AUTO TIRES ethers. Plants poisonous to .
AUTO SERVICE rTTTTTTTwTTTTTTTTTTTTTSTATE .
'. ; people are Hydrangea Jessa- I! : Slomg to give you that

Dod '., Service & Starke Recap Co. mine, Poinsettia Oleander :
AUTO PARTS Ligustrum, and about 15 FARM f: j
wHj't'n1l/
Auto Sales Pappy ReuWan Owner Mg& others. Fast

GENERAL .REPAIRINGLtfeUaa Recapping for Out &: Trucfci Circulars 108 and 110 [By Mrs. E. F. Marion] or UCOI' ..
Starke Motor 1DttmAtsoaal One of these gives a brief) AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Thus man h tfttftuscd because: :
ONE DAY SERVICE :
Mufflers diagram for building a calf
Parts Co. Inc. FIRESTONE NEW 'TIRES! AT SAVD OAU'IbLrr'S feeding creep. Cattlemen who Mrs. J. D. Wildes of Way- a. He's going out with the boy REG. Service ,
,
Ga. is the guest of Mr.
Tires Batteries, Acccasorlca BATTEHFSPhone creep feed calves so that they cross b. He's going out with the girl f
Wildes for
and :Mrs. L. M. sev-
528.8. Walnut "'-Wi 364-5221 will never stop growing have $374.95 .
r.ar Local I eral days. Our milk is fresh that 1 t --
NAPA learned that this is a practice so e. :
125 N. Temple Stark
,
libber FIf Starke 66" Service that pays off. A great numberof Edwin Mayton and Miss Beth does everything but gas u

Bit EdwardsWE young pigs are lost each Croy of Gainesville were Sun- when we bottle It. Serve it a ;
Dor. Brownie & Clark SPECIALIZE IN FARM SUPPLIES year by not being warm en- day guests of Rev. and Mrs. E. every meal for pleasant health Sale Price $269.JJ Oar 32nd Year

Phone, 964-0301) () 910511AUTO Bun SERVICE ough during the first few F. Mayton.Mr.: bonding energy.rI11jffLT. t, With Trade I'ServicingModel :

Wheel miv fog & Alignment' Brownlee weeks. Providing an electric and Mrs. De Witt Sin- .

REPAIRS Plume H4-SSS1 & brooder that is very simplecan clair visited Mr. and Mrs., Harold HJS 11 Co. Ft. Capacity Thia Area ;

'17 N. Temple Stab ChasteenSEEDS save dollars. George and family in Bar- ,

,Bulletin 151Termites tow.Miss lPamD1. refrigerator defrosts aotomatkaByto COMPLETESERVICE

Earl's. Garage Gilbert S. Brown FEEDS are bound to strike Jean Duggar who is Innurse's frost can't build up. lOWb. zero-degree" w
training: In Cnattahoo- DEPT.
FEEIZEBSIliectiddee; sooner or later. Maybe the frea er. Tin erispers hold & bushd. Glide-out
Standard Oil Send !8)tat!.. chee, Miss Mary Duggar of
learn to
sooner you recognize
ALL KINDS' or ATLAS (Crates & Plants Jacksonville and Richard Dug- hett brings food to yoa. Easy-openiof 1fiIllonRADIO T. V., :
AUTO RZFASt WORK termite damage and a few 'ISajnet' cSooa. Saart esbfeet! fcU flesh at sidei. -t.. '
TIRES BATTERIES "Your Friendly pointers in getting rid of gar of Palatka were'Rekend APPLIANCES .

All wort OutrantadPhow Budget TermsRoad Service- Farm Supply Store them the better off you mightbe. guests at their home here. i '

SS9-299A Phone 964-7071 C r. Iftth & Cherry Starke This can be from the Mrs. Buford Mitchel visited I :

-. St. Wttefit, ft&kft 4W N. Vile Start* standpoint of damage to your to Jacksonville Monday. .

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-P.. O.5' DepartmentSeeking :; 1AAAAAAAAA.MELR.OSE. A AAA&AAAA vvyyv.vvfyyyYyTyyy'Y'v 1 I Mrs. Horace Fennel of Sanford

n ab&c! tk Bids KEYSTONE I J and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sikes

KALENDAR GRANDINBy ,and family of Jacksonville

: fltrMJ For, J Keystone Office i I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carnes of
a ,1
,
I Florahome came into the watrh
By Mrs. Alice Rothhamnjer I Mrs. Rebecca Brantley '
c ,r. The Post Office Department'' :care of Paran Church for mem-
4 Thursday, Feb. 8 :
.ft is seeking competitive bids for IAAALAAAAAAAAA4AAAAMiss JAAAAAAAAAAAL1AAA44jLJ 'bership by letter during: Sunday
: I
.S : an improved building to house I Duplicate Bridge Club 'I Evening Worship Service.
?' 10:00: a. m., at Woman's Club. Pat Raley spent the Friends will be pleased to
its postal operations at Key- -tW'r I I Mr. and Mrs. Murray Sip-
? Keystone Library open 3 till weekend with Mr. and Mrs.J. I know that Mrs. Callie Rye has.1 j
? jprell of
I .stone Heights Florida Postmaster -5 of Melrose, formerly
1j 7 p": in. S : A. Almond of Jacksonville.Mrs. ,i! returned to her home after
General J. Richard r-- !i Florahome. announce the engagement -
; has announced. D ltolayBoys meet 7:30 in |i Johnny Johnson and spending the past week in Doctors -
I Doy I ( and approaching
-i-iI : I children Hospital at Starke, where
Masonic Hall. of Gulfport are visit
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Under the Department's : & i'marriage of their daughtei
t : k : _ Community Church Choir ing her mother Mrs. Joe she was receiving treatmentfor
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Lease Construction Program, : ,I Kathryn. to Pat Arren Warrenof
7:30 !' Hanks a heart ailment.
Practice : p. m. who is in the Bradford
a contract will be awarded to: Gainesville.Your .
Junior Woman's Club. 8:00: > County Hospital.Mr. I Fred R. Cook, 66, of Flora-
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the 'Ibidder who designates a' Gradin news correspondent -
p.:'m1. I and :Mrs. H. T. Shinn home died at his home Jan. 25
building suitable to the Department's 4 I has returned home after -
; Friday, Feb. 9 I from Crownsville are spend- He postmaster of this area
needs and agrees : spending last week in Melrose -
47 Meeting of Women Golfers' ing the winter here. I i since 1945. He is survived by
to improve it [for provide anew I and'Gainesville.
b ;, to Association, 10:00: a. m., at" Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patterson :his wife, Edna five daughters, ,
building according
] Keystone Country Club. and family of New Jersey!''Airs. W. H. Peacock, Palatka; -
--- t -- the departmental specifications Rotary Luncheon1, 12:15: have moved to Melrose. Misses Carol Ann, Rose Mane
I I
and then lease it to the I 4 INSURANCE
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r4j Noon at Masonic"Hall.: Miss Margaret Slade celebrated -i and Ruth Alene Cook of Flora-
: : Department for basic period; i Auto Fire Casualty
I New Officers Installed a Keystone' Branch of Clay I her 17th birthday home and Mrs. Vernon Carter -

a By ClayCounty H. D. Council I lenewal of five years options., with. two-year :! County Library'- open from. 3 i itill' February 1. I Houston, Mo.; a son, Fred Jr.,I Bonds and Allied Lines

'1 p. m.DuPont Mrs. Eddie Joe Wainwright Florahome; his mother, Mrs.: Reynolds Insurance

The Department's Capital I Mens' Bowling and sons, Randy and Joey of j I JC. A. Lane and a sister Mrs..1
limited
investment will be Agency
xlswly elected officers of R. Nelson] home demonstration League, at: Bowlero in GainesI Keystone Heights visited her!Ruth Ohilders both of FIQra.j ;
substantially to postal equip- I I W. L. Reynolds
'" Clay County Council of agent. who installed the \ille, 7:00: p. m. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. j,home and two half-brothers. j ,

:me Demonstration Clubs new officers in an ,impressive S ment. The building will remain I Duplicate Bridge Club at : Bunyon Kelley. Robert Knight of Green Can, Ph. 2442 2701

a. pictured above: [seated, candlelight ceremony. under private ownership, with 4 Woman's Club 7:30: p. m. Mrs. F. L. Whatley of Tam- I Springs, former pas'or o: Pa.'! Keystone Heights, P11.II '
the owner paying local real __
:' to fight]' Mrs. Bsulah _The meeting was held Jan. estate taxes. .: Saturday, Feb. 10 I pa spent Saturday with her I ran Church visited friends d S .

j V ilingsworth council dele- 23 in the extension office Keystone Branch Library : parents Mr. and Mrs. W. L. I here Thursday. ,I

: e and Mrs. Gladys Phillips. auditorium in Green Cove Bidding documents may be cpen from 10:00: a. m. till 3 00 I Brlnson. Sunday afternoon visitors of

:" yfcJent. Standing- [1-r] Mrs. Springs. A training course for S obtained from Mr. W. P. Sel- p. m. today. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Spires the Weldon Brantley's were }[t. Advertisement -1
cer, Jr.. Real Estate Officer, I
S '-rtnla Dryden, alternatencil the new officers was also Eastern Star Country Danceat and family of Tallahassee and Mrs. J. C. Turner of Jacksonville REMOVAL OF
P. O. Box 4964, Jacksonville .
; delegate; Mrs. Lois held at this time. #r S Masonic Hall, 8:00: p. m. spent the weekend with Mr. I and Mrs. John W. Perry
Florida. The Real Estate Officer 1
The Green Cove Springs : Sunday, Feb. 11 I Spires' parents Mr. and Mrs. of Melrose. .1 FACIALHAIR
avely treasurer Mrs. forms 5'
; will supply bidding ,
M Mrs. J. C. Weeks and chil
clubs were hosts for this M Attend the Church of your I A. C. Spires.

*" nes Cuindet, secretary; ,meeting, which included:: a specifications, and other, information.Bids lease provisions S :* Choice on Sunday morning. I Mrs. Ruby O'Steen and son dren of Key West are making: ::1 I DyEDMUND

., '4. Minnie Lou Clark, vice covered, dish luncheon after S' ; ,' ', See listings. of Keystone Heights visited I their home in Gradii while DWYER
must be submitted to I I :
sident: : and Mrs. Margaret the training course. '1 Choir Practice at 12:00: Mrs. Lassiter Saturday.Mrs. I Petty Officer Weeks is on sea
the Real Estate Officer by
.7 I trf' Noon at St. William's. Arthur S. Rhoads ofJackson'fil1e duty. t Elect rologistI
J Feb. 23, 1962. ; .1 I
Christine Brantleywas hon. 117 YEARS EXPERIENCE IL
.TYVYTYT vvvvvvvYvvvvvvvvYVYYYVvYvvvvvvYvvvvlEEYSTONE : First Baptist Church Young visited her sister,
U" .5 .... lc_ ut :Jt ': -"Ii.J1 .J
: I' People's Choir practice, 6:30,: 'Mrs. O. T. Robinson, Friday. ored at a birthday party giver Today women, are far moral

HIGHLIGHTSBy KHS Honor Roll Carolyn Henderson, Charles Wilhelm P. m. Mike Howell and Al Gro- by her mother, Mrs. E. S. conscious! of superfluous hafcv.
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Brantley, last Saturday. En< Hair on the up.j
For Semester Community Church "PlOneers" stein from Stetson University
Wed In St. Anne's ChurchThe i .j: lip or chin can -
Episcopal per :
meet at 6:00 p. m., in spent the weekend with Mr. joying the occasion with Chris .

:. Mary K. Schaeffer The following boys and girls Educational Building. I and Mrs. R. F. Simmons.Mr. tine were Debbie and Amok.1, be by easily Electrolysis.removed '? b,
marriage of Miss Carolyn parents the. bridesmaids and
'AAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAA JAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ made the Semester Honor Roll Community Church Young and Mrs. V. Y. Crawley Reed of Lake Swan; Marth l! ExcessIvehaIri'S I '

at Keystone Heights School. Alexandria Hendersonand maid of honor. People meet at 7:00: p. m. in visited Lt. Commander A. J. Matthews, Connie Morris am 11| ness causes much, '

: lentfoe Dance from the freshman class First Grade: Laurie Beam, Charles Claiborne Wil- The wedding cake consistedof Educational Building. Shannon Wednesday in the Judy Oransbee of Melrose:: distress to a sen-;,

*The Keystone Heights Carol Wolf, Margaret Pater :Kimberly Sterling, Heidi Hen- helm was solemnized in St. four ,tiers topped by a Monday, Feb. 12 Naval Hospital in Jackson Timmy Hubnerr Woody Bryai 1, sitive woman aDd} ,

: '!ipter of the Future Homeit Rodney Paul and Cliff Cha.j- gry, Anthony Burke, Linda Anne's Episcopal Church, Greek temple with pillars, Catechism Class at St.Willam's ville.: and Becky Carries of Flora-, ,interferes of mind.with Her Alls,, -
ikers of America 'Win spon- man; from the sophomoreclass Keystone Heights, on Saturday and fancy icing flowers over home; Janet and Martha Pierce peace '
Seay, Cheryl Tomes, Debra Grades 1-6 3:30: p. m. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ford 'i< these symptomssp
at St. Valentine's Dance : Reba Hall. Stenna Sparkman Robbie Madwen, Feb. 3, at 2 o'clock in the all. Cutting the cake were Art Class at Dot Newman's, and daughters, Doris and Judy Sapp, Vickie Gornto an<<
"Iday: Feb. 16. from 7:30: Logsdon, David Schaeffer, and afternoon.The Mrs. Frank Chisholm of three of the honoree's brothers complete '
Patti McGlave, Sandy Cook, 3:30: p. m. [for children Virginia, visited Mr. and Mrs. ( g.nwMf
'1 111:30 p" m. The dance will Jimmy McMurtry; from the I Margaret LaMee, and Tony bride is the younger Savannah Ga.. assisted by JOY' Club sponsored yChildren's John Simmons and childrenin Charles, John and ,Reed Brant.jeliminatlonolthla, _
held in the School Cafe- junior class Dianne Brokas, I daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' Mrs. Thomas Hawes and Miss unsightly hair. Once the hair root
Davis. Bible Mission meets Orlando.
ley.Visitors has been eliminated! by EIe&OI1i'5is -
'* "ium..Highlight. Margarita> Float.. Alec- Livingston James Dinkins Henederson of Cleva Carson of Keystone of the H. B. "Sikei 3;
Second Grade: Ray Vaughn, at Hope Baptist Church after Mrs" 'Annie Taylor of Au- it will not grow back again., ,
of the evening and George Leath. Keystone Heights, and'' the Heights and by Mrs. Gifford last weekend were Mr. an<:
Elizabeth Jackson, Susan Baker, school at Theressa, for grades uurndale is visiting her son-
..;'i 1 be the crowning of the Mrs. Mabel Hills Home Cindy Scales"Johnny Valldejuli, bridegroom is the son of Dr. Grange, Sr., and ,Mrs. FrankG. 1-5, ji law and daughter, Mr. and _I A Consultant will assist

lentine King and Queen oft Economics Teacher is Chapter and Vicki Whidden. and Mrs. John Arthur Wil Slaughter'of Jacksonville.At Teen Agers Instruction1Class Mrs.\ Ray Birt. i, you in' the knowledge of

:-iris? Each candidate > will' ,Advisor. Mrs. Dan Paler Third Gr deGerald Mathiar, helm Keystone Heights- tbe various punch tables'. 7 p. m., at St. Wil- j S Mrs. E. Ennis of Dade City 1M l your own hair problem. a
ve,a jar for donations, ac- is Chapter Mother and will Jacksonville.The mdoors and out-of.doors', '
Charles Lambert, Vickie Byrd, !iams. visited Wednesday with Mr.
mpanied by his photo, in assist Mrs. Hills in dance ar- Robert Purdy, and Donald Mc ceremony was perfrom- those who poured were Mrs. Adult Instruction Class, at and Mrs. W. A. Raley. 0\951 On your own hair prob-
ed by the Very Rev. Fred George Grady of High lem call Edmund
rious spots in town. The rangements.Buy Mahone. St. William's 8:00: p. m. Mrs. Dorothy Land: and Dwyer
Yerkes Archdeacon of the Springs Mrs. Paul Selle of '
'ndidate whose jar collectse your tickets ahead of Fourth Grade: (Mrs. Hall's! CAP Cadets meet at Sky-. ton, J. L., and Sally Hall of GM,666I in Gainesville, Fit 28039.
I Diocese of Florida. The Gainesville and Mrs. N. W. .
< most money [ a, penny a time and save! Tickets students) Edwin Baker, Mickey: tel at 7:30: p. m. Branford visited Mrs. Land's > ; Keystone Heights hours
pur- church was beautifully but Hardenbergh Mrs. Fremont :, :
3te"J will win. Support the
: Brokas, Michael Fundergurk, Community Church Board brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
oididate? of mir'th0Iee. Here chased now will be 35e stag, simply decorated with candles, Tolles, Mrs. Lawrence LaMed, jon j Monday, call 4379. ,
Rickey Murrhee. Gerald Pay of Stewards to meet at 7:30: (Continued on next page) I
the slate of candidates: 50c drag. Tickets at the door tan Susie Belote Deborah chrysanthemums, gladioli and Mrs. Raymond Starnes, Mri in Educational Bldg. ,
palms. Gordon Adams, and Mrs. -
Hawes, Cynthia Hethering- Lions Club Dinner meeting,
_ The> maid of honor, Miss James Cook, all of Keystone
-'i. ton, Kerry Shackleford, and 6:15: p. m. at Masonic Hall.
r r NOTICE I I Karen Williams. Shirley Dye of Fort Lauderdale Heights. Art Class for Adults, at Dot KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. MELROSEBUSINESS !
i. and the bridesmaids
Fourth Grade: (Mrs. Jones' After the reception, the Newman's, 8:00: p. m.
Miss Donna Emerson of:
:bride and left for a
students) Kathy Andrewsen groom Get all news for this columnin

Heights Sally Brannon, Diane Davis, Brooksville and Mrs. Gifford trip to Nassau. They expectedto this evening.
Mr. Grover Davis of Keystone .
Grange Jr., a sister of the '
be at home this weekend. DIRECTORYREAL
Leon Triest Pamela Tomes, Tuesday, Feb. 13
truck With Davis Laundry bride of Jacksonville, were
I operating a and resume their studies next
Debra Ridaught, and Katherine Mass at St. William's, 7:45a. :
4 s'& Cleaners oi\ it is no longer connected Hinck. dressed in blue and wore tiny week. Mr. Wilhelm will gradnate m. I

Laun- Fifth, Grade: David Mathia,I veils of blue on their hair. from the University of I
with the Starke Dry Cleaners & Keystone Branch Library
They carried INSURANCE ESTATE
pink carnations. APPLIANCE DEALERFR1G1DAIRE
Florida this spring and win ,I .
We Charles Vinson, Sara Lou 0'- open from,3 till 7 p. m.
Keystone Washeteria.
dry or the The bride, given in mar- I'
enter medical school. His
Connor, Terri Christoffers, Pat Boy Scout Troop 105 meets ;
Murrhee James
Insurance H.
not responsible for clothes pickedup riage by her father, was lovelyin bride is a student at Howell'sBusiness
are Cox Gina Massa, Debra Kings at Community Church Educational -

by him. I,bury, Chairmain Float, Sharon Brussels an ivory lace satin gown with a School in Gaines- Bldg., 7:30: p. m--|, e. Sales and StrviceYeoman's AgencyGeneral' McEachernRefiSteted
panel in the
I Brannon, Diana Ilgen, Robert ville. She is a graduate of Masonic Lodge Meeting, Insurance Real Estate BroIler
front The bridal veil
had been Electric
: Pater, arid Billy Belote. Howey-in-the-Hills a private 8:00: p. m., at Masonic Hall. Fire Casualty Bonds I LoT& : Acreage BUSINESS.
(Signed) Virginia Smith, Owner worn by other brides in the school, class of 1961. The I
I Sixth Grade: Dottie Harden Bible Club meets at home: ServiceS Allied Lines I Honest Personal Attention

bergh Diane Thomas, Danny family including her mother- couple/'will reside in a cottageon of Fred Dodd after school ;
I her sister, and several aunts' ; JHelrose GB 5-22(71 Keystone Heights, 2731 Given Every Inquiry To Buy
_Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry Hinck, Roxanna Valldejuli Terry -' Lake Geneva next door to Grades 15.Wednesday. MMHHMBMHHMHM MM Or Sell
She wore a pearl crown under !
: I DeWitt, Leslie Beam, and the Henderson and the Wil Feb. 14 ; GAS.-BOTTLED ., Cor. Lakeview Bool t
the veil, and carried a helm, Sr. residences.Out ,
APPLIANCE SERVICE
Marcia Haberstroh. St. Valentine's
I Day I Jasmine A"e. Keystone Heights,
bouquet of Calla lilies. i
Seventh Grade: Lance And- For of town guests included Keystone Branch Library Keystone Gas Co. P. O. 163, Tel. 4106 .
I her daughter's wedding I
I rewsen, Susan Bird, Patti Mrs. J. D. Henderson, Sr., and open from ,3 till 7 p. m. v Wheeler's 24 HOUR SERVICE
Mrs. Henderson chose dressof
I Brannon, Stefan Brokas, Terry a Miss Maggie Robinson, of St. Anne's Junior Choir S S PHONE 4151 S. E. McKay Realtor

,!'i King, Nancy Kingsbury, and blue Brussels lace a I Andalusia; 'Mr. and Mrs. B. Practice, 'l:30 p. m. Service & Sales Franchised Distributor of I' Senior Member,
'
matching satin hat, and a I
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2 ::Beverly Cuendet. M. Henderson Dr. and Mrs.A. St. -Anne's Senior Choir. OR 5-2401 S SAYGASLUMBER :' Society Residential Appraisers
\ 4 corsage of Pink Perfection
,l t' Eighth Grade: Jane McMur- camellias. J. McCreary and Mr. and Practice, 8:00: p. m. between Keystone and Melrose I Lake Sante F&-Homefrltea

.t 'L. ;,. try, Pat Cuendet, Renee Belote, The bridegroom's mother Mrs. J. Thornton, all of Pen- Beginners' Bible club, 3:30: servicing both'' area I I 'OB "70 ft. "wide Canal

Linda Anthony, Carol Warren, wore a dress of toast-colored sacola; and, Mr. and Mrs. I p. m., at the home of Jane New San Lebrydo ; Llv oak Sli1e-$3,50O-Terms

Norma Valldejuli, and Linda Ralph Crutcher. Mr. and Mrs. ;, Reynolds. Well Wooded Tracts
brocade and a corsage of RCA COLOR T. V. I'
.., Beck. K'hite.. chrysanthemums.David I Fredrick Grundy. and Mrs. Night Owl League of Men'sBowlers and Lumber Co. $20 down-$10 mo. 36 mo*.

Ninth Grade: Margaret Pater Wilhelm, brother of Frank Chisholm., an of meet at, B wlero'. 7:00 black and white I We SpecUlirs In Ctsstam Membership on Private Park

d.t' '4__ Steve Shaekleford, and Carol the bridegroom, was best man. Savannah, Ga. p. m., in Gainesville. I I SEE WHEELER'S TODAYTELEVISIONS Cut Extra Lengths With Wide Beach

,F, Stephenson.Tenth Ushers were Robert Coffin 'Also Mr. and Mrs. D. Lee Cottage Prayer Meeting i I I H&teriali Keystone Heights-Ph. SOU

Grade: Bernice Brune Krauss of St. Simons Island, 7:30: p. HL, at Community
S'S' k and George Knecht, both of WASHERS I ,Cement, Mortar Mir-
'. Carol Campbell, Carolyn For- Mandarin, Ga., Capt and Mrs: Gifford Church ctory. ALL WORK GUARANTEED I .6beetRock i Winifred H.CRAWFORD.

4 5 '\ S fs. sythe, Reba Hall, Marlene Lin- Grange Sr...Mrs. Joe,H.'Dur- Thursday, Feb. 15 Mffl m Hw ,11,ai UUdleborr

'. S pin i and Jo Wildt.,We would like Mrs. Gladyc Bachmannwas' kee, Sr., Joe Durkee, Jr., Mr. Duplicate Bridge ClQb Phone BU 2-5272 I

S S \ f '' to mention here' thati Bernice organ1st for the wedding, and Mrs. Tillman Cavert' Jr., meets, 10:00: a. m., at Wom AUTO SERVICE I I Reg. Real Estate Broker

S"'S Brune has an A-average for the :and sang "The Lord's Prayer" Mr. and Mrs.' .R.: C. .Waters, an's Club. -:MILLWORK Lake Properties Acreage

5"' 5 S 4S entire ,Semester. during the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sud- Keystone Branch Library Baker i RaochM Businesl City

5' Eleventh ,Grade: ,Nancy Sutton After the ceremony, a reception dath Dr. and Mrs. RichardJ. cpen 3 till 7 p. m. Enterprises" Keystone I Home Rental

U S S S S and Alec ,LiVings on. was held at the Hen- Wilhelm,Dr. and Mrs. Gor- DeMolay Boys meet 7:30: in "A vailabll! Baker, Prop Millwork Shop I "We Take A Personal Inter

'S derson home on Lake Geneva. don W. Ste&dffiin._ Charles Masonic HalL i I Auto Repairs 24 Hr. Service' I In Your R qutementi"Midway '
:.._ The bride's book ---- -- --- Community5Church Bait Shell Gas & Oil CABINETS DOOE3 .
Keystone Height
'j was.kept by Stephenson Mr. and Mrs. Choir I :

The IFFERENCEisiiiyourfavor will be 40c stag. 60c rag. Mrs. Bryan Dye of Fort Lau- Logan H. Campbell. Mr. and Practice, 7:30 p. m. I Available Brio WINDOW FRAH29 Melrose
Teen Arers J>ance At derdale assisted Miss Julie j Portable Electric Welding 'SCRttNst'rfm 1
by
Mrs. W. D. McMichael, Mr: K. H. S. Parent Teachers i Hiwaj 21-Open 8Qdar--
St. Williams Suddath and the Misses | 2MISo.onRt10O Material
and Mrs. Douglas Dixon, and
Association 52&81RESTAURANT
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; meeting, 8:00: p. ,
;- The boys, and girls of St. Cavert, all of Jacksonville, Dr. and Mrs. Frank G: m. in Cafetorium. Keystone Heights 4656 I Sad*'Hade T. Order j

William's Catholic Church wm The Henedrson home 'was Slaughter, all of Jacksonville, Keyttoae Height TeL 4285J

.-. when'you spenii what is left after saving, hold a dance in> their Recreation -' decorated with chrysanthe- Mr. and Jirs. John, B. Dye r FLORIST I I

instead of saving what is left,after spending.. Hall for themselves and mums camellias and gladioli. Jr.., of Fort" Lauderdale, and .many people had their lights i PACKAGE STORE { Meet Your Frieids

Decide how much you are going to save each*, :their friends. This will be an In'the receiving line were the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Manuel, ofBrooksvlle. on; and were ready with their '! Edna Williams : AtLawrence's

pay-day. Then regularly deposit this fixed invitation affair,, and it will newly married couple their donations. Shaughnessy's Dinette

account FIRST. It's the be held S ti td1Y. reV 10, When: the ladies came to I n.oR1s'l'S '. mY PACKAGE STORE i i COLD,BEER GOOD FOOb
in
sum your savings irom 7:30 till 11:30 p. m. collecting school cards and Everett R>x. Mrs. Dan Pater turn in their collections Mrs. FLOWERS OPEN I A. !M.-1J P. M. DAILY I Open 11 a m. to 9

one sure, way.to reach: your goal 1962 March r Of.Dimes coin boxes..Mrs. Herbert Nel- I JomYDickert.. Mrs Lewis Fox had refreshments ready For AH Occasion CLOSED SUNDAYS i Moo. thru p. m.

'Yo 'fl doubly enjoy spending "what's left", Breaks Rected &on was in charge of Coffee Muir Mrs. Carl Darden Mrs. ,for them. Melrose Fboae: GB 5-2311 Keystone Meircee HisfewayAlse Closed Sunday Saturday

when ,you :do your; saving FIRST! Mrs. Everett Fox, March of Day. Mary Ann Schaeffer and l J. W.. Warren MrsRaleigh W. G. A. News ,H1w y 21-Keystone Height

Get started NOW on your own savings Dimes Chairman for Keystone Dianah Hills sold crutches on I Zlze. Mrs. Raymond Mann The Keystone Heights INSURANCEAn Blue Pine Package Store,_ 4 Bar .

program. Open an account in Heights, Announced that this Crutch-day. Tiiose who took I Mrs., William King,'IDs:: Fred Women Golfers' Association, Bt.100 South I WELL DRILLINGS

this bank today. I..year's collection amounted to part in the Mothers' March I Ellis.: Mrs.- Charles McGlave. with three matches still left I I

33W 'I'ha1 Includes the were,.. Paulette Tyrei Mrs Mrs. Olive Stevens Mrs. C. L. to play, announces that the Insurance: Savings Plan ;EAL ESTATEC. t WELL DRILLING

:: Tommy MiUkaru Mrs Lawrence 1 Glisson Mrs. Don Morgan,' Putters are still ahead. The 'If You Live It's a Saving S PUMPS
THE KEYSTONE STAT IAik I IS I money ,collected from schoolchildren I J. Pete O'ConnorBEALTOB S S
coin boxes in stores. LaMee.,Mrs. Gay Liv- Mrs. Charles 'Gaiter, Mrs. Chippers are close behind in If You Die _- It's Insurance 8EBVU015

?MEMBER F.DJ.c. j poffee Day,. Crutch-sale day, ngston, 'Mrs. Harold ,Sutton.j Lena Clemens, and Mrs. Raymond second place, while the Drivers ASK YOUR GULF MAN MATHEWS
.tarch.iti. Mrs., Charlie Tolford. Mrs. Mft Tii Jr. are third; the Sandblasterslast.
and the Mothers' I < REAL ESTATE
A Friendly Bank in A Friendly, Community L.R.BraultKeystone 1 I i Wei ll Drilling
.. : Alex Br ns was in I Leon Ridaught, Mrs. Walter I Mrs. Fox scheduled her I MORTGAGES APPRAISALS

Keystone Heights, Fla. :harge of distributing and \ndrewsen, Mrs. Alex Brokas I Mothers' March for Jan. 31, The results of last week's lights. Tel 4558-1151 J Keystone! He1gh ,-ftons-U9'l1! IIELROSE GR W101

: and ,she that, S Continued Pace]
-- ---- Mrs. George Schaeffer, J4rL. ; was, gratified so on next j

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VTVYVYyyyyyyVVYYTvyy First place Lucille Davie and who enjoyed the'luncheon at A second group known as the I'yyyyyyyiiyyyyyvvyy'y,. I rYYYYYTYYYYYTTTYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYTYYTYNEWS ; A. J. Moffett Cassie Dell, and death of our husband

KEYSTONE Anna James; Second Place, Park.of. the Palms on M hdaY, Pioneers,, meet.. Sunday at 6 I- MELFtOSE. ::1:1wyyyyVvyyyyyyyyyyyyyy 11 OF INTEREST TO COLORED Elizabeth G. Walker Sarah and father, Chester Crum,

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley La- Feb! 5. At the meeting of the p. in. This groupra1gea. in I .. Morris,' and Flossie Mitchell. Sr. May God add many more
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HIGHLIGHTS Coste; and, third pla.ce, Olive Churchwomen which followed age from ,8. through 11 years. \ CITIZENS BRADFORD COUNTYBy 'The pastor, officers, and blessings to each of you.-

AAAAAA14AAAAAAAAAAAAAA Karges and Connie BarnhilL Mrs. Charles Wallenius, It is under the. leadership of I ,' t [From ] I members regret to know that I Emma Crum and 'family.
Proceeding Page
_The Keystone, Heights presided. The scheduled : Bill Warren and, Bob Lam -_ V "; Ii'......' I .. [ Elizabeth Givew] : Mrs. Irene Thomas has returned -

,Pram Preceding: Page] Duplicate Bridge Club meets speaker. Dr. Horace Fenton bert. It was l\strted three and l4rs.-.BunyQn, Kelley. ; . . . . & .& & A. A.1& & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & !! to the hospital, and I -
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every rFriti'ay at the Woman's of the Latin American Missions month. ago with .8 members,
everyone hopes for an early !
.. Mr. -andKMrs. Lee Parker
play are as follows: Gena Club at 7:30 p. m. If you take was unable to attend, as' and .nOW'has, grown to 17. Bill Tigers Rack Up ing. New members will be, wel. !I tecovery. WILLIAMS'JEWELRY '

I Chrlstoffers. 2; ,Hilda Jack- your Bridge seriously, this is he was "grounded" in Boston says there is..still.r om' for : have moved to Gainesville. Two' Victories come. i I
son substituting for May Hen- : Duplicate Bridge The J Tigers of RJE High Hosts for the next meetingwill i Girl Scout meeting each
for.you.V because of .fog and, bad more-. The Sunday evening I
rlers n, '1; ,Mary Brokas, 2; The club also meets at 10 weather. His assistant also' hour is divided between a devotional Winners of the Duplicate ; racked up- two' victories during be Mr. and Mrs. Clark. Thursday in Room 22. RJE. i i
Lei; 'Walker t Kathy Bridge were: First place, Mrs.C. All Girl Scouts are asked tot;
Red- week-one'
; a. m. on Thursday mornings, ;ound it, impossible.to arrive program and social the past over : Gladys Blye,
fearn.: Freida Wyman 2; I at the Woman's Club. I because of difficult ,flying activities.Beginners., C.- Maxson and Mrs. W. J. Harrison High of Hastings, bya Church News reporter.'I attend promptly. i

Zee Tolles, ," -; Fran Livingston I Basket Ball Notes conditions. Miss CJeva Carson Bible' Club Groliekr second place, Miss score 58-45; and one over Mt. Moriah Methodist : Junior Church meeting each i I REPAIRS

2; Aggie Watson, -; ntroduced Mr.. Frederick R. The Beginners Bale Club Bessie Rutherford and Mrs. Keller High of Macclenny, 70i3. Church Rev. McLendon pastor -! Monday at 5 p. m. in Allen i I WATCHES-DIAMONDS
The of the seventh
Jane Menzen.. 1 Pansy Hawes boys Mary Cook;' third place, Mrs. : : for the will hold services Church. ;
; ;: and eighth grades of Keystone I Sacher, Florida State Chap- meets each, Wednesday after- High pointers : regular |I j jtard All Work GuaranteedA.
0; Sue Dwyer/1 Vesta Aiken R. P. Vogh and Miss\ Gladys in both with Of Thanks ;
; School played Rlnehold in :Iain of the Gideons who very noon from, 330; until 4:30 at Tigers games were ,Sunday starting Sunday i i Williams

0; Ela 5t adman, 1;' Erma i Green Cove Springs at basketball (, ably filled: in, as speaker. He :: the home, of Miss Jane Reynolds McGill; fourth place. Mrs. Richard Chandler. Levi Dexter .School at 9:30: Rev. Robert i We wish to express our; 142 W. Call St.

Rushton' -; Eva Hall. 0; I i on Friday: Fe. 2, and i told of, the work ,of .the Gide- on Lakeview Drive. The Alice Ketchum and MrsGeo.. : and Willie Banks. Dell in charge as superintend- incere. thanks to our many i Starke Fla.

SylVia. O'Connor, -; Kitty 1 1 lost 36-44. ons in distributing, Bibles and :, Club'is for children from 4'to : Phelps. I The Tigerettes placed two ent. Morning service 11 a. m.Tuning friends for their many acts :. ,

Martin, 0; Marian Prevatt : Testaments in. this country of Park : more victories in their win service, 6:30.-: Harry of kindness during the illness'I
On Saturday, Jan. 27, the :: 5. Mrs. C. L. Oehrig : School NewsStudents .
-: and Lilly Lee, 1. I column during the past week : Young, lay reporter. : = 6
High School team played : and in others. The Gideons i iI i of the Palms will be the who mad the : a
The Fairway Tournament is work in 60 countries, Thia- !' leaving them with only one I I Bethel Free Will Baptist : -
Instructor and will be assisted -
:
Baldwin B-Squad and lost 39- !I Honor Roll for the third six
in full swing, and is open to ,I I land being the most recent.I I xoss at home. Harrison High Church news and schedule. I
43. We hear the girls lost j ",by,Miss Reynolds.St. weeks period include the following -I AMBULANCE SERVICE
all members. A mixed Scotch j I 'A here the Bibles are given in Anne's Episcopal. cf Hastings, and Keller Highof with all services starting at I
their with Baldwin that
game
: 7th grade All A's, Diana i
Foursome Tournament Isi I! the native languages. He Church News Macclenny were their latest > 7:30 p. m. Monday Faithful : PHONE 964-2600
evening too, although we : '
Minton All A's and B's
scheduled for Feb. 25.. Fee, ; victims. Few Club. .' Tuesday Senior'
stated that 3,000,000 peopleare
$ i have no information on the St. Anne's Vestry held their : Bill Harris, David Brantley; DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
1.00 per person. Entries learning to read School NewsThurston ; Choir practice. Wednesday,
: game at this writing. We did I every monthly meeting on Wednesday nnd Robert McGuire; 8 grade.:: : DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
&hould be in by Feb. 18. Free i seven ..days, 150.000.000 every!:! I in the news! The : Prayer Meeting. Thursday, ;
hear, however, that the girls'team Feb. 7 at 8 m. Sara !
p. All A's, Jean Lively, i Starke Fla.
Buffet for all entries I and
only. year. The Communists fear president, Mrs. Louiza Brown, i I Woman's Home Mission ,

Son Of Local Couple Dies I beat Anthony 63-29 on the power _of the printed In addition tb their regular ; Baldwin; All A's and B's, : tsks all patrons' and all child ,: Junior Choir practice. Friday, RENTAL' SERVICES

Mr. Jess Darrow Thomas, Tuesday, Jan. 30, monthly meeting at 10 ,a. m., Hilda Wise, Steve Morris and lovers to' att nd' Band meeting. Saturday -
please Prayer
I The School i page: and it behooves the your i Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs Crutches
High boys were 9th
*on of Mr. and'Mrs. GeorgeE. : Christian people to, put the i the first Wednesday of'' each Kenneth Tomlinson; I PTA meeting Monday night, I Can Club. Sunday: -

: :. Blue of Keystone Heights to play Orange Park at Green I Bible into the hands of these I month, the Episcopal Church-.' grade, All A's, Carson John- ; Feb. 12, at 7:15. Please be I, School, 9:45 a. m. At 3 p. m.

died Friday, Jan. 26, i in a I, Cove Springs on Tuesday of V I: new readers. He touched on women's Evening Branch held try; All A's and B's Babs Mc- '; present and on time. Thereis Sunday Mrs. F. S. Pierce will

Jacksonville-Hospital after along ::I I this week. They will play : his work of 30, years among : a meeting at ,7:30 p. mon : Laughlin, Cathy Webster, business of importance to fpeak for the Junior Mission- GLASS That's Our Business
Starke this evening. In their
Eichelsderfer and Martha
] illness: He was a graduate -' ;problem boys and his workf r Tuesday, Feb. 6th. Guest JoAnn i be transacted.-:-Mrs. L. Brown, aries. All members and friendsare "If It's Glass We Have It"
last encounter with Starke I
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of Purdue University, classof I : 12 years as Warden of the I speakers were Margaret Patton ; Scott; 10th grade All A's, president; Mrs. S. C. Price, invited to attend.. -Rev. CALL WRITE or VISIT
they won 43-59. On Friday, Ellen Scott All A's and B's,
Sarah Corbett and ;
Mary ;
and i
member of
1928. a I New York City Reformatory.Mr. teacher. Louis McKay pastor. Mary
Jan. 26, the Junior High teambeat and : f FOR ANY GLASS NEED
Bass Ann Bowen
Marian
i Vance Clark all of Jackson- ,
Phi Delta Theta. He was employed I Sacher is thoroughly convinced American Legion Notice I McBride, reporter.
by the Indiana Power Melrose 5226. : ,.ille.I Sue Dull; 11th grade, All A's,: Allen Woman's Day
O'Connor ElectedMr. of the benefit of placing -I The president, Haywood : Chapel SHEA'S GLASS CO.
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and Light Co., of Fort Wayne, Bibles and Testaments! in ; Those who found it impos- I Carol Rothhammer; 12th i I Brooks, asks all members to : will be observed Sunday, Feb. ,
C. J. [Pete] O'Connorhas
All A's and B 's Larry'Strawn
Ind. and the James R. Kearney been elected president various places such afc .hotels, i'sible to squeeze into the grade, meet Sunday, Feb. 11, at 2 p. !1 11, starting with Sunday I //LIh (NOT INC.)

:Corp of St. Lonis,'Mo. the Bradford-Clay Counties I motels,, hospitals,, and correctional ., Church i during the Hender-' and Mary Tyre. I m. to help transact businessof : School at 9:45: a. m. At 11 a. L tDV'Wt "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co."

He was a ,veteran of, World of institutions Jle also i sonTWilhelm Wedding were I II The Mustangs will play at I vital importanee. m. the Junior Church will
Board Realtors, succeeding j We Design Modern Store Fronts
War II, and served 26 monthsin I gives them to' nurses and I gratified to find that they : Hawthorne Friday night. This I Flag Presented have charge and a musical "

the Pacific Theatre. In Mr. S. E..McKay.Country Dance members of the.Armed Forces.i could hear the ceremony I will be the last 'game before I The 7th, Grade. Sec. A\\ j I program I has been planned. At 'k' Just Mail Us A Pattern For

1951 he terminated, his eighty He presented a Bible to I over the loud speaker in the' the Riverland Conference sponsored by Mrs. O. W. i' S p. m. Miss O. T. Thompkins Table Tops

rs of service having attained Music.If'n, -you Good like, ole Country Country Mrs. Harold La '1'encelJbrary Parish House. This system has i Tournaments. I George, presented ,a program i; will be the speaker, and Mrs. ;! 1313 N. W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2-4353

the rank of Lt. Comm Music-played Clerk of the Keystone Branchof been set up so that Sunday i Woman's Club Notice Thursday on "The Great Days Ola W. Georges mistress of :
by a real Hill '
nder. He was ,with the the Clay County Library: School .Classes may listen to i !I: of February," portraying the ceremonies. The speaker will
Billy Band, then you'll wannabe
Gibbs Corp. for a short time I for use in the Library.. services and. music. I'' The Melrose Woman's Clntwill I I great men born 'n this month. 1! be introduced by Miss Yvonne
there when the Band
before becoming associated ,Guests who were.introduced : St. William's Catholic i meet at noon Wednesday,,:, During' the chapel exercises Robinson The following

with Reynolds, Smith, and starts playin' on Saturday included a number from-other : Church News I II Feb. 7, in the club hotise. Hostesses -]I a new flag was presented to 1 members will appear: Estella
evening, Feb. 10, when the '
Hills. for the luncheon meetingwill : the school by Mr. Haas and Reed, Mabel E. Roberts, Met-
Stanley Brothers from WJXTin churches ,of the Community, I It is important for all Choir ;
He is survived by his wife. Jacksonville 'will be and winter visitors from several -1 Members II to attend practice !' be Mrs. R. F. Simmons,, Mr. Graham. The principal, ; ta Harmon Altamease ChandLler I

Mrs. Mary Louise Thomas, up to play for 'the Country tuning states., each Sunday at noon becausewe I'I Mrs. G. M. Allen Jr., Mrs. J., teachers and student body Maurice J. White, 1.,. M. I

two sons all at home, his par- Dance the local Richard Cushman. a Senior are getting ready for the ::G. Johnson Mrs. J. S. LoCoste, are grateful Jar this gift. Royal, and N. L. Pullum. !I
ents and several aunts and sponsored by at the :Mrs. R. C. Pearsall, }.{rs. A. Club News Choir No. 1 and many others
University of Florida. Bishop to give Confirmation j i
Chapter of the Eastern Star.
)lncles.'Fun'erai, The Dance will be held in the is Youth Director at the Community ;- at ,our Church.Confirmation. I.i I Taylor, and :Mrs.J. H. Williams.V The* Fiesta Club met in will serve. I. NATURAL h'I:

services were 'held Masonic Hall and it will start Church He has chargeof will be held A program on mental health Water Oak Club House at 8 Evening service starts at 6

Monday, Jan. 29, in theRob at 8 p. m. Admission will be the Youth Fellowship Saturday evening March 24,1.1 will be presented with Dr. M. p. 'm. with tile president in I p. m. Edna Kennedy Williams

rt M.: Naugle.. ,, Funeral' $1.00 per person. Sounds like which includes' both"the Sunday at St. Williams. All candidates Glen, psychiatrist, as guest :charge. All members are asked mistress of ceremonies,* I

Chapel, and burial: was in fun. evening program and the for Confirmation must have speaker.Mrs. I to be on time for all meet- Emma: Lee Ayers Moran of Dependable -- Economical

ihe ,Garden Crypt in Green- Dessert Bridge Party monthly recreational "get-to- their Baptism Certificates. ,C. L. ,Bass, president,, ings. Any member who comes) Jacksonville, speaker. Mrs. F.

lawn Cemetery, Jacksonville. St. William's Altar Society, gethers." V Catechism continues at 3:30: asks all members to bring their late will be subject, to a fine. i S. Pierce will introduce the, PHONE 964-1301 NIGHT 964-2411
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Attention Stamp Savers will hold a Dessert Bridge' Last Friday evening, the each Monday afternoon for old .Christmas cards to': this New members have a chanceto i speaker. The following members -,I UTILITIES DBPT.SB .
CITY OF STARKE GAS
Mrs. Lavld A. Nelson would Young People held a "Clash"Party I : I
like to express her appreciation Party at the home of Mrs., with 45 members and l children in grades 1 to 6. 'Instructions meeting, so they may be collected 3oin until thelMarch 'meetI I will take part: Mabel Lee;'

Emery Cooper on Lake Geneva for Teen Agers are .I .'
distributed to various I f-----: "
to the many people who friends attending. Miss10 and ----L
Friday, Feb. 16. Call 2671 r
or at 7 m. on Monday, while
are saving cancelled stamps Wildt and Miss Carol Gardner p. institutions.
3501 for your reservation. Adult Instructions at 8 I
for the Clay Memorial. Hos- were in charge of the ar- are I It II

pita 'However; ,she' has one Library Remember Hours new Library rangements. Refreshmentswere | p. m., on Monday. I TRINITY EPISCOPAL I EA BUSINESS! DIRECTORY ] I

request. She wishes {that those Hours. The Keystone Branchof served by members and I Next Sunday will be communion I CHURCH MELROSE -. .
who clip so close around Sunday for, the men
very parents.
V I ,
the ,Clay County Library is Sundays -10 a. m. Church,
trie, stamp would please leave now open from 3 till 7 p. m. All young people are invitedto of ,the parish t. School 11:45 a. 'm. Morning .. I.
more' margin. If. the stamp is Tuesday through Friday; and' these monthly gatherings. Last Sunday, ,Census Sheets Prayer ,and Sermon LFirn i ------ ---- ------ -- --

cut, torn, or damaged in any from 10 a. m. unl, ,l 2 p. m. Any boys who have an in- were,distributed by the ushersto Sunday Holy Communion]. t AUTO BRAKES #1. AUTO SALES '&'SERVICE [IGARDEN SUPPLIES I SEWING MACHINES
way it is worthless. Even the terest in reptiles are especially & member of each family. .. I
Church I
I perforation must not be cut. Saturdays.Community Church Notes invited, as reptiles. are Rich. Please.fill in these forms and men.p. m..Episcopal< Young i I Hull's Brake Supply VOLKSWAGEN' Johnson & Paris Sewing Machine

The collection continues, so ard's hobby! leturn them this' Sunday., Sales Service Parts ,
SPECIALISTS"For
Holy "BR. KE --
The 10
Board of Stewards will' : : Holy Days a. m., : Service Co.
keep those stamps coming. hold its monthly meeting on The subject for Discussionthis There will be a Teen-agers Communion. Every Car or Truck Miller-Brown Motors Inc.Complete New Home White

Duplicate Results- Monday Feb. 12, at 7:30 p.' Sunday, will be "Our Un- Dance on Saturday evening, The Rev. Lee W. Heaton Turning .Grinding: -' Relinlng Line of Necchl' -Pfaff

Results o{ Friday evening's m. easy Peace." I Feb. 10, in the RecreationHall I Vicar. i While You 'Wait V Inc. SEEDSPLANTS- Sales -
Service
&
Duplicate Bridge Club meet- There were 104 "persons, .Thegroupnieethat1p.ni. for the teenagers of the 1111 S. "Main '" "Oataesviflt FB %-353% FERTILIZERSInsecticides Repairs' On All Make
I -Pet
ins Jan. 26,- were as, follows: in the Educational Building."I church, and, anyone they in- METHODIST CHURCH FR 2.9829 Supplies'We V Univ. Gainesvift
815 W. Ave.,
-- .1030 E. University Ave. Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'
.
- vite. Hours will be from 7:30 I .. V V MELROSE -
AUTO GLASSMauldin's' GainesvilleB 224 N. W.. 8th Ave. 876.1075
. till 11:30 p. m. I Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith. FR 2-8476

I PersonalsMr. pastor. r SPORTING GOODS
Motors
& G Co.
"
- ," V Gainesville. P1 ,
: Casey Burd, ,who has Sunday School 9:45: a. m. -
- ,/. I CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE This Area's Most Complete Llfl
- .., been in the area for a few Worship 11 a. In. HI-FI STEREO

. days on, iness..for, duPont, MYF and MCF 7 p. m. Auto Glass F85 Sales-and HILLMAN Service of Sporting G.od at I

-1 enjoyed Sunday dinner with Evening Worship S p. m. COMPLETE STOCK CURVED Top Tunes"The
- z : p' 2001 N. ,W. ISth. Rt. 441
- I_' 1 :e V)' "" '" V Miv. and .Mrs. Bill, Few: and I Prayer Meeting [Wed.] 7:30p. : GLASS FR 6.7515DODGE Bigges Little Record Jimmie Hughes, Inc.

.3. 1 I g? VV f amuyv ,,. m. Shop in the South" I Ii
V i
I We are sorry to hear that :Covered Dish Supper, 6 or 6:30: : Windshield. to pooq1a3s LANCER Hi-FI Stereo Component Dealer 1115 W. University Gainwvtt,

j t IV Don Pangborn in a Jacksonville p. m. Replaced In Any: Mato, I 1 SLMCA Pilot Harman Karden
HOOFING
I & V 'I.r Hospital. 't Car.Or Truck Sales Parts Service KLH Fairchild Garrard

j Mrs. Herbert A. Nelson FIRST BAPWST CHURCB USED CARS TOO 811 W. Union Ave. GainesvilleFR
; P Glad The Helzel Co.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ. We Handle! Safety 2-2728
4 came home from the Alachua V Poole-Gable Motors
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-" r==:;. R. Smith, pastor Ralph !1r 55I'. a ROOFING
General last week
Hospital
V/V -,: 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville
;'V V SHEET METAL
: .' after undergoing minor sur- Copeland, Minister of MusIc 1314 S. Main Gainesville
-Al t FR 2-4848
k : nd rchurch organist. LADIES WEAR AIR CONDITIONING
gery. Lu is making fine pro : .
': : .Services: Sunday School:U AUTO RADIATORS No Job Too Large Or Too Small
-* V'V gress, and we are glad to see CAMERAS '
-V V' V 202 S. E. 4th St. Gfclae vile
V.' 'her and out t" again.
4\1 3\ S .up .m.' Tra111nI'Unlon. 'l:GQ p. Butler's Radiator ,I Fuller's Foto Inc. ; Cherry'* ;e'I FR 2-1491
V Butch Fox son of Mr. and ,
1I ;\ m., Evening services 1:00 p. 'Service I
"YOUR CAMERA SHOP"Headquarters Most
Fashionable
Gainesville's
Mrs. Everett Fox has been I SHOES
V." 1'I'I'IQ taking a lot of ribbing over aL.You are, invited to share Most Modern Cores In Stock For i Address For: Ladles -

,,< "':,', '> I : his "Yule B." haircut. Family Prayer time wltn u*. Repairs AU Cars Trucks I Cameras & Photo Supplies I I DRESSES T- Stilts -COATS
>:- Bob's Shoe Store'Shoes
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".. :i. .. i I
; \ $ National Trailer Rental T. V. Stamps V
$ \ \ : Mrs. Hazel McKay was admitted I' -ACCESSORIES ;
I
\ f .: 519 S. Wt 4th Avev GainesvillSFB l 619 W. Univ. Ave., Gaine Hlle' fdr The Entire FamJtr"
". Bradford County 105 W. Univeia_ty. Gainesville I FORTUNE FOR MEN JCIUIIM
j
2-0496 FR 2.0718 .
\\ ,1k Hospital Tuesday-- afternoon.New tl'iHtd _" _S a SET FOR WOMEN'

\ .' % cR.t; Arrival 9 AUTO SALES & SERVICE COMMERCIALREFRIGERATION MOVER ENDWELL FOR CHILDREN
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Mr. and Mrs. Mike Burdgesof BOSTON LOS Aan Gainesville Bags Millinery'-Acceasoriia "

'N&M Keystone .Heights are hap LONDON CHICAGO IMPERIAL" .. CHRYSLER" 21' W. University Gainesville

py over the arrival of their j 1 PLYMOUT -,yALLi.TAuthorized Refrigeration Mayflower I

\. 1 ', t.\ Ee ond child -daughter T,Carol Sates Parts VACUUM CLEANERS
'o('''''

a..w.'V.'V, 1&!..:,.." ,.,S,V V Jeanne. born Saturday Feb. V ? Service"; ,- Service Co. LOCAL AND LONG All Makes Of Vacuum*
VX 3 in the Alachua County General
VVk'V ,, I Sidney Leopold, Owner I I' DISTANCE MOVING '"If It Needs Repairs N

Hospital in Gainesville. Hawes-Powers Storage And CratingGatoesrffle Bring In To KirbNEW /*''
!I Commerela1.Retrtcen.h ,
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I
at
V. Mike: is the Athletic Ccach
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wouldn't be without'my >. Keystone School. Motor 'Co. Air Conditteniax FB (-S22I, & USED VACUUMS
\ ."V. Authorized Kirby Distributor
We are happy the Burdges 'RZ':2M1 Frifidaire Ice Maken MUSIC! SUPPLIES
.. Kirby
ELECTRIC
DRYER" V. : '
Sold
because And Serviced Anytime
FLAMELESS baby ,was a girl. a
Gainesville
244 N. Main
girl can wear blue overalls Gainesville FB 2-6392 j Lillian Music Store Sales & Service
N.
UM Car* 312 Ha.ba'.Fa
much more readily than a boy 67700CONCRETEPRODUCTS 12 8. lat GainMVffl
: Heights PR W. '
"Gainesville Leader"Since
Jusdoo\my next door neighbor.The soft,and teak as.a flower.No s u. -fe,no <-346 j
could,! wear pink dresses. And FR 6-7110
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pity..Uitt hat wash was almost dry. wind-daicagevao h -IUdge' ,no athShg, I ,
Mrs. Burdges really got a j '
Then v&o-o-&h.a sudden gust of rain! back! And the time saved/ can bespent'I've15eel "', -- -- i KBAEAVEBCABLE- WINTER-
supply of pink dresses at a LINCOLN,- MERCURY I WELDING
fcrmuch: better ways'with my famSy. Interesibig'Accurate INSIST THAT ALL YOUR I ,
telling herto get smart and recent stork*shower!:i COMET FIAT METCofl PIANOS PIANORGANS
quit Eftiog, lugging and.doing pin-ups For complete modern-day freedom frotawsjshlay CONCRETE PRODUCTS Universal Welding:

tto dotlualiQe. drudgery; you'll ;enjoy ,tht V COMMUNITY, CHURCH Authorized Safes BerrJce ARE THE BEST FROM 'I CHORD OD'GA."lS$15'315 CompanyPipe

"togetherness"-of'a nameless Electric. .. Edwards Building Guitars Drums Sheet
KEYSTONE HBGHTS .
Lrt ftfatn.letitPOW'itbat'. what an' Parts: Music Columns( Steel Fabric
Dryer, en Electric Washer an Electro"sitdown" Dr. A. ,C..Holt Minister, Coiiii1ete1it.rutoa.I
Electric Dryer is for. A home without a : Trained Mechanics Ood Supply, Inc.728AMata ,' Budgetsllfr'S. :- lion Steel Repair -- Track
Ironer.and a super-fa8tuper-
Mrs. James Lv Hethtriaftoft,
flamelesa Electric Dryer would seem old --m 1-6921 '
Bodies
V iJJt 2-4344 Trailer
safe Electric Water Heater for all the Organist and Director. ; N CUraS Used Can -
fashioned. to me now. Night or day I I vs E.*First/ : GainmBla SPECIAL DESIGN
hot water need uJxn need it. ': o Ineivm& Fla.ELECTRKTHOTORS. ,
you you Rlciard Cushman. eth Dfr. .
can laugh.at'time and weather. Gone is .. -- -------a--- V Ornamental Iron Work
tbereeetireofwashday.ljuatpophe l' t Sunday School, 9:45: a. za.Merning The QvistMn Science Monitor Barkley Motors
POWERSAWS 519'S. -Jfatir .
towels,linens, shirts,.lingerie, blue jeans Seeyour t, Worsb1 11 a. a. ,,V On*.'-Norway- St.., Boston- IS, Mo. 615 N. Mala. Gamesvffle "a' v FB 6-WS1

and Iii;IftOe gWi tchool dresses. into that electric appliancedeakr'today. Young People 1 p.m. I I Send y ur.wnpopw' for Electric Motor I --'----V'n. '

Electric Dryer and presto!...m no- ,time i3 J checked. Enclosed find my Chick W, Crane Motor Co. McCULLOCH YARNS-TOYS,
1 1 ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL I I Iaon.yorder. Q 1 yvor $22. -
all
at everything comes out caressingly: I Repair Co.OF
LARK- ANGLtAENGLISH .
I1vuEzY1ONES; : Q 6 month* $" -Q.1 months $5.50 CHAIN SAWS
\ I l FOU'3IERCEDES GAINESVILLE. INC. Jack and Jill G

SUp U dL NEW-USED 'sAii.SVI ,.
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BENZ- VOLVO
: Till 9:60 On
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?k; tIat4l f1g..r1Il! fei i 1 f1J1ttaD4.. :(1sL_, i ii ;t IT : '. Authorized Sates & Service A Complete Line Of
i "Complete Serrke for AHMaieT Yarns iNeed1ewetN.U.J
!Ib1t 6 p. SALES ANDJ31CE! .
/.ara CH1ALP7O t. V Wi' V V TU. Episcopal Young-.-Church. ? "Distributer of Florida Saw Co. Free Instructions

"> ,FLORIDA"P6tfFR & LIGHT COMPANY m '&-- ,,' City .,.,? Zane_ I' SM E University An. New Lincoln Motors" n -WI Toys-Gines-Ddus-

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA .
THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1962

GRAHAM METHODIST CHURCH .
BAPTIST CHURCH f frig, it was reported that final. ton .resident. T. Frank Landrum deceased.
I net proceeds from the Hal- are hereby notified and required I
Sunday [Boy Scout Sun- s j Mr. ana Airs. James Baker to file their claims in the office
Sunday School 10 a, m. day]-Church School 9:45: a. j iowe'en carnival amounted to i and children of Orlando of the County Judge of Bradford .
j
$145, with a total in the Count. Florida, in the
Morning Worship 11 a. m. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. ;; t visited here last weekend with County Court House at Starke.

Training Union, 6:30 p. m.' Cub Scout Pack 70, sponsoredby treasuary at this time of $339. i Mrs. Baker's parents, Mr. and Florida, within eght! calendar
,
months from the date of the
the Methodist Church will Projects for spending the Mrs. R. H. Parker. Sunday
Evening Service 7:30: m. first publication of this noticeor
p. meet in a body for the morn- i i'lYlBi'Il money are to be discussed at j I visitors at the Parkers were I the same will become void

CONGREGATIONAL BOATDRAIN BAPTIST Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 8 ing service. Snack Supper for 8urqess fOHJ' j jPONCA.WE.BRr1 an executive meeting later i Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Misner of according 14. 196:. to law. This January

HOLINESS CHURCH p. m.-Rev. C. L. Redding, pas MYP 6 p. m. Youth Meetings this month, then to be pre- Gainesville.. First Publication

North 301, 2 1-2 CHtttCII 'tor. 6:30 p. m. Junior Choil'rehearsal -w- sented to the entire PTA at | Mr. and Mrs. Richard May I Janus ry 25. 196%.
miles out I (si) sSHIRLET UAXDRL'M
the
'of town on left of the road. Sunday School. 10 a. m. 7 p. m. Evening next meeting. I and daughter of Homestead Administratrix of the Estate
Young People's Meeting Morning Worship, 11 a. m. SEVENTH DAY Service, 7:30: p. m. Wherein the busy days of!'' Japan. I love to set the table J. C. Hocus, school p.incii i drove to Hampton last weekend !, of T. Frank Landrum. deceased.

Friday 7:30 p. m. Sunday Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Eve- ADVENTIST CHURCH MondayMethodist Men's I of January fly by-I sing a song) and to wash them. I also I pal reported that the school j for a visit, and C. L. May Starke Hollis! ,V.Florida Knight.,

School. a. m. Sunday Night ning Worship, 7:30 p. m. Club Supper in FellowshipHall winter. I clean and bake J have those stainless steel cafeteria has been feeding an returned to Homestead with Attorney for Administratrix:

Worship 7 p. m. Everyone Prayer Meeting, Wednesday Sabbath School [Saturday 7 p. m. and bury those passing on. i knives and fork sets for everyday average of more than 125 his son and daughterinlawfor I 1-:5 4tli
I
cordially invited to attend- 7:30 p. m. 9:30 a.m. Morning Woraolnp Tuesday Wesleyan Serv- To keep one sacred love aflame j use. Just small things lunches each day out of the a vacation and to recuperate !. The Circuit C..rt Of

Rev. 11 I I ;ive a zest to living and I sing I school enrollment of less than | from a recent bout with Florida Eighth JndlrlalCircuit
Carl ajn. Located between
Edmondson, pastor. Wilson ice Guild, Unit One, will la And For Bradford
SEVENTH DAY Road and Griffis Loop. E. meet at home of Mrs. Frank I Through life unchilled, unmoved j as I wash my dishes and say I 150. He said that present bus |[ the flu. May's store has been Confitr. !. CkMcery. :

BAYLESS ADVENTIST CHURCH II ; I a prayer of thanks that we are schedules, music and reading i closed this week in his ab- DIVORCE
HIGHWAY L. Marley, pastor. Phone 964- Ottinger, 7:30 p. m. Unit Two To love in j I,1 Elva M. Scott. Plaintiff "..
wintry age the I still alive and together and I
!
CHURCH SCHEDULE Sabbath School [Saturday] will meet at the home of Mrs. I programs were working out sence. i ii Harold R. Scott, Defendant
9:30 a. m. Morning Worship 1324. I same able to do some work. We find very satisfactorily. ,: Sunday dinner guests at the NOTICE
Godwin 7:30 i
Sunday School 10 a. m 11 Henry. p. m. As first in youth we loved I that we needs must rest a Refreshments ]| To. Harold R. Scott HOt
a. m., Located between WU- I were served home of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. I
Morning Worship. 11 BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCHRev. Circle Four will meet at the To feel I Rosemont, Detroit S3. MichiganYou
a. m. son Road and Grinis Loop.E. home of Eston I' that we adore little more, otherwise we are in the cafeteria after the !! Crawford included Mr. and are hereby notified that
Training R. T. Mrs. Jordan,
Williams Pastor
Union 6 p. m. L. Marley pastor. Phone 'I Even to fond excess; 'I' fine. For me, at this moment i[ meeting by Mrs. James Mrs. Lonnie Crawford Sr. of1j a complaint for divorce hasbeen
:Evening Service. 7 8 p. m. filed against you, and you
p. m. Prayer 9641324.PENTECOSTAL. Sunday School 10 a m., That though the heart would life is one long song and meeting Wednesday 7 p. Wednesday The Mission i! break with more, beautiful for I do love Answer Pleading to tha
Morning Worship 11 a. m.: my I Mrs. J. D. Griffis, and Mrs. I Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Eu- your or ,
m. Choir practice Wednesday Study "The Meaning of Suf- i I It could not live with less good Don who is Prince. Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney
HOLINESS a Breeden.
Evening Hall
8 worship 7 p. m. Prayer gene and son of Hampton George II. Pierce 50J-
p. m.AIRPARK. CHURCH meeting Wednesday 7 p. m. fering," conducted by the I -Thomas Moore. God bless you every one, WMU Circles Meet I and Glenn Crawford arid 205 North Temple Avenue

Sunday School, 10 a. m.; pastor. 7:30 p. m. | The above poem reminds I Mother Lura. Two circles of Hampton j I children of Starke. I Starke.Answer Florida or and Pleading file the orIginal in

BAPTIST !Morning Worship, 11 a. m. HEILBRONN Thursday Chancel Choir j me of my dear parents who Daisy's lovely granddaughter ;! ]Baptist Church WMU met !' Mrs. T. F. Brown and Mr. the office of the Clerk of the

CHURCH Evangelistic services, 7:30 p BAPTIST CHURCH rehearsal, 7:30 p. m. | were married 52 years when.I who | and Mrs. E. I,. Brown and I Circuit Court on or before the'
Sunday lives in Avon Park, j[ Tuesday of last week at the 24th day of February, 19t! If
Morning School 9:45: a. m. m. Sunday School, 10 a. m. Rev. Bascom Carlton, super- I Mamma. went to sleep one wrote requesting one of my j j ]home of Mrs W. P. McElroy 1 i children spent Sunday in you fail to do so, a Decree Pro
Worship 11:15 a. m. "Come let intendent of the Florida night, never to awaken to I 'f Confesso wilt be taken againstyou
us to-
reason
Training Morning Worship 11.. m. booklets. You remember 11[ j and Thursday evening at the i I Jacksonville with Mr. and for the relief demanded in
Union. 6:30: p. m. Methodist Children's Home, speak to us again. Papa did I '
gether.
Training Union 6:30: p. m. boarded so many years with j ]home of Mrs. J. W. Horne. Mrs. Frank Brown. the .coiuplaint.;
Evening Service, 7:30: p. m.- will be the speaker at the not live too many months I Done and ordered at Starke.
Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. II I Daisy and Fred Lang and Tommy Clark, son of Mr. I Ii
Rev. I At the business
Robert Haisten. pastor. SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF Prayer Meeting Wednesdays, evening service Feb. 11. longer. It was a beautiful. taught school at Clay Hill. Tuesday morning, Mrs. Horace gand- i, Mrs. Frank Clark of I II A.Florida D.. 196 this:. 30 day of January

CtfKIST 730; p. m. Rev. Joe Roop thing to live all their lives Her granddaughter now is 16 Dyal elected chairman I Hampton Lake, left Sunday I Ii (SEAL)
PENTECOSTALHOLINESS FIRST PRESBYTERIAN was Charles A Darby
3ml.S.en801. pastor. Ray Norman pianist. with a great love. Then six I.and lovely by her picture. Her J of the circle, with Mrs. i for Jacksonville and from Clerk Circuit Court
CHURCH Sunday-Bible Classes:" 10 a. Glen Norman. Sun"4 School CHURCH of us children added to the I name is Patricia Parrish. God there to Ft. Jackson, 3. C. for Bradford County. Florida
324 W. Brownlee St. j Lamar Brown, secretary. By Marian L. Crosby. D. C
rn.; Assembly with family made for happi-!
Worship more
superintendent: W. H. Green., 390 N. Cherry St. bless her. ]Eight women presentfor basic training with the army. Thomas & Pierce
Sunday were
School, 10 a. m. the Lord's Supper 11 ness. I cannot recall that I
a. m.; my
Training Union director. D. R. Sunday Sunday School 9:45a. J the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hutchinsand By: George II. Pierce
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Evening Assembly' Worship, folks ever acted is if they TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTlHAMPTON I Attorney for Plaintiff
Redding chorister.
Evangelistic Morning Worship 11 a. m. children of Starke visited 2.1 4t 2-:3
Service, 7:30 p. 6:50 p. m.Wednesday. were worried about us. If they Fourteen were present -
Youth Fellowship 6 p. m. here Sundtyith Mr. and
m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting Bible CIa--. HIGHLAND did we were not aware of it. Thursday night. The programwas NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
Thursday -Choir Practice 8 Mrs. V. J. Slade, in their new REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME!
,. 7:30: p. m. Saturday 7:30 p. m.LAUREL. We were seldom sick and ate followed by refreshments
'Youth BAPTIST CHURCH p. m. home. Other Sunday visitors Notice is hereby given that
Service, 7:30 p. m.- hearty. I was talking to a man. By Sirs. D. E. HfflLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA of cake cold drinks, and coffee the undersigned under the provisions -
included Mr. and Mrs. Colsie
David T. McGhee. FridayJunior Choir and Mrs. Horace Dyal will be of Chapter 20,953,, Lawsof
pastor. Sunday School, 9:43: : a. m. here in town who will soon
MISSIONARY Recreation 3:30: p. m. i Rigdon of Hampton Florida, Acts of 1941 will'
7:30: p. m. Prayer ''Meeting each be married 65 years. If one l AA. hostess for the morning meeting register with the Clerk of the
CHURCH OF 6QD BAPTIST CIIURCH Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Important congregation loots: all over the united the first week in March, Mrs. Cleo Hunter of Ft. Circuit Court in and for Bradford
7:30 p. m. Evening Worship Rev. D. E. Willis Pastor meeting will be held immediately states you will find couples McElroy Named PTA Head I and Mrs. T. F. Brown for the Lauderdale visited here last County of Florida of upon
receipt proof publicationof
Sunday School 10 a. m. Moil Sunday School and Worship TTT TTTTT..TTT.T.. I I after morning service. who have been married many W. P. McElroy was elected evening circle meeting. weekend with her father, this notice the fictitious

ing Worship., 11 a. m. Suds 2 to 4 p. m. Sunday. i Hampton Elementary PTA Personals George Saxon and Mrs. Sax- r.ame of <'on-O-""ash. under.
It is I
y wonderful and business
,
years. in
which we are engaged
Evening Tuesday Prayer Meeting FIRST CHRISTIAN president at the meeting !i/i --
Service
7:45 p. m. PINE LEVEL congratulate them. I will Mr. and Mrs. Thornton on. at 311 W. Madison St.Sterk .
P. m. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m.Saturd3G'. CHURCH the school auditorium on Via"
Friday, soon be having wedding anniversary Hartley of Gainesville are the
1:45'p.. m. Church Service 537 W. Call St., Starke Tuesday, Jan. 30. R. R. and Cleo Andrews Rt.
May 17, Don and Ii parents of a son, born Saturday In The 1 Box: 9J. Brooker, "'Ia. Ervln,
County Judge's Court Of
7:30: p. By Mrs. J. E.: Bob L. Badgett Minister
McRwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
C. R. Cox named vice- Andrews
was
Andrews.
-------- i will be married 16 years.' Feb. 3, hi Alachua County Bradford Coumtr, Florida.In and Fay. ,
Cor. W. Call &: Christian Drug Co.. Starke, Fla
president and Mrs. D. H. RE: Estate of T. Frank
Sunday School. 9:45 a. ifc. Wonderful; happy busy years. Hospital in Gainesville. Landrum. Deceased. Dated this let day of Febru
Crawford
m.ICK I I love each day. was re-elected sec i Mrs. Hartley the former JoanSweeney NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll ary. A. D. 1962 at Starke,
HARD The Heart of Florida Youth Church Worship, 10:45: f.. m. retary-treasurer.. A social persons having claims or Bradford county: Florida
We have been really busy I is former Hamp- 2-1 4t 2.23SPECIAL
a
I Fellowship monthly meeting Chi Rho 5:30 p. m. Choir chairman will be appointed demands r.gainst the estate of
this week. We buried a dear ,,
will beheld at 8 practice, 6:30: m. CYF, 7 ---- ---------
p. m. Friday, p. p. by the president. All officers
., old man, 83, yesterday. I am
Feb. 9, at Pine Level Church. m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p. are to serve for this calendar I
TT 11 so sorry for he was our nearneighbor'
EEK.I Refreshments will be served m. Wednesday. Minister year, effective Jan. 1. OUt-
and we loved nun
after the meeting. Everyoneis Bob L. Badgett. going president is E. L. NOTICE
I and his dear wife so much
cordially invited. i Brown, and Paul Meng, vice-
He has two daughters thatlive
The School of Music beinV president.
,
on ranches in Wyoming.One .
00000 ,!V held at Pine Level Church.conducted
gGRAHAM girl was a nurse and the Delegates to the Bradfdrd
by Claude P. Ganus.is 1 1By County Council of PTA's will t
other a school teacher. I love
coming along .
nicely.It
$ every one of them and then also be appointed by the new TO HOME OWNERS
; was good to see Dr. W. E.
S8995With Hall back home from the hos Richard Cain children. Today we are hav- president.

pital. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHome '5ng the funeral of a dear old During the business meet-

I man, 94. Such a kind, dear

Trade i R. L. Batten of Theres&i on vacation is RobertEarl old man, born in Wisconsin. Homesteaders: For you that have been receiving Homestead
and Mr. '..
and
iI!,I and family tMrs.of ClaudeBatten Jack- Broughton from Gaines His mother died when he was j' THIS 5AS -A Exemption in previous years and have not yet returnedthe
ville. His parents;. are Mr. andMrs. 2 years old ,and his grand-
: No Quality Is Sacrificed "Sonville 'were Visiting MrV'ahd Carl Broughton. parents reared'him. He has j VALENTINE FOR YOU,' application which was mailed you on January 1st,
I Mrs. Austin Fender
last Sun
To Offer This day afternoon.Mrs. home Eddie from Starling a trip has to returned Miami daughter.such a wonderful The last two son yeara and i fOR FOR COOKING,100 tATING ANDs please sign and return same on or before April 1st, this is the

Ester Blizzard of last week. fast-eating cancer developed only way in which you will be entitled to the exemption

Dublin. Ga. 1 is spending several Miss Sylvia Starling o fen the right side of his neck

FINE RANGEEnd i weeks with her uncle Dr.W. Gainesville spent the weekend behind his ear. His daughter benefits.

I E. Hall. with Miss Sharon Cain. gave him love and attention

Your Search For Mr and Mrs. Earl Goodmanere Mrs. Marie McDavid and and one look at his kindlyold 07 For the homeowners who are expecting the Homestead benefits -

I, visiting their son-in- son, Ricky of Gainesville wasa face, showed it. Such devotion

BETTER GAS SERVICE ; law and daughter Mr. andMrs dinner guest of Mrs. Albert of a daughter in thesedays I for the first time, are urged to bring your deed by the

James McKense, in Sparks Friday and overnightf.uest makes one think of the Tax Assessor's Office. The requirements for new Homesteaders -

AT Savannah, Ga I last weekend.Mr. of Mrs. Thelma. Dyal. poem. To keep one sacred love

and Mrs. Raymond Mrs. Wilma Starling of aflame-it goes. A daughter's are:

i Blizzard and sons of Dublin Gainesville was visiting her devotion to her aged father is

Slade Gas of Starke Ga. were visiting Mr. Bliz parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl beautiful. She has a wonderful I Your deed must have been recorded on or before January

zard's mother Mrs. EsterBlizzard Jones, last. Friday.Mr. husband and a lovely 1st.

QUALITY SERVICE I and uncle, Dr. W. E. and Mrs. Junior Hines home. He had two other

Hall last Sunday. and family of Dade City visited -I daughters, one living some I
You have been resident and the
must living
i
Mrs. Alice Starling Satur distance away and the other a on ProPertY *
I
1 day.Robert died in 1952. We put him in ; I as of January 1st.

Cain was visiting a beautiful oak casket. Don is

relatives in Tampa recently. over at the church now, having i

I While there he heard Evan the funeral. Wherever, Whenever You, HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PERSONAL EFFECTS According to
I -
Need L P Gas Call Us
.
:.. gelist Oral Roberts speak. OATMEAL MUFFINS II Section 193.11, Florida Statutes 1941, which provides that Household Goods
.1 II Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Hinesof Here is one recipe young And We Deliver
and Personal Effects be assessed, there is a $1000. Exemption on this prop
Gainesville were visiting cooks can stir up. 1 cup rolled
mentioned above. We therefore feel that the fairest
I Mrs. Alice Starling last Fri oats, uncooked, 1 cup white erty as and most equitableway

ti day night. flour, 3 tablespoons sugar 1-2 For High Quality to assess this is by the scale listed below:

I i Bobby Wasdin and Arnold teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon I
L P Gas Call Valuation
i of Total Valuation Less Taxable
Wasdin, both of Jacksonville baking powder, one cup milk, I
a iI Home of Household Goods
I and Julian Wasdin, now of 1 egg 2 tablespoons melted Central Florida Exemption Valuation

I,I California, were home visiting oleo. Get muffin tins ready by I & Personal Effects

I II their parents, Mr. and Mrs. greasing and a dash of flour. Gas & Appliance Co.!
I 0000 to 1990 1000 1000 000.
I H. M. Wasdin. Set aside and put in a mixing I
2000 to 2990 1050 1000 50
I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ortegesof bowl the oats flour sugar 964milk .7551 I
II 3000 to 3990
Jacksonville were visiting and salt and baking powder. I 1100 1000 100

I II I her mother, Mrs. Kate Star Beat the egg lightly add : After Hours Call X I 4000 to 4990 1150 1000 150

ling, Sunday. and stir into the dry mixture Bill-4609 5000 to 5990 1200 1000 200 i

Sick List gradually. stir.in melted oleo. Keystone I'' 6000 to 6990 1250 1000 250

: : We arc glad to see Mrs. Al: Do not'beat too hard. It will 7000 to 7990 1300 1000 300

Ieay1odraw It <* I bert Sparks home after being be a batter. Put about one- I I!! 8000 to 8990 1350 1000 350

i confined to Bradford CountyHospital third cup of batter in each 'I 9000 to 9990
Service Makes The I! 1400 1000 400
check! I tin. Bake at'375 about
for six days. She is degrees
d i Difference 10000 to 10990 1450 1000 450
I improving some each day. 20 minutes.. Eat while hot. Ii
.... .. 11000 to 11990 1500 1000 500
: Mrs. Carl Jones has been HELPFUL HINTS. Before I

$0 much easier, at bill-paying time, thai sick for the past few weeks. papering, if any grease spotsare I II
Mrs. Liela Willis is also on Trade In Your Old I,
the wall clear
apply
trudging fcfoegfi teafSs? than pd&g cboyf i the sick list this week.. shellac on over the spot and then Appliance On A : PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX RETURNS: Every Person .

for a parking pbffijlka fingering fe fengfty !; John Surency is still sickand paper. Grease will not comethrough. New One ForValentine's :' firm or corporation owning or having control, management

in To give privacy to a
still remains Gainesville -
t .lines. Minutes to draw checks minutes to mailthemit's I at the home of his son. bathroom window paste white Day I or custody of Tangible Personal Property of whatsoever

f H. C. Surrency. cpaque plastic over the glass. character including should
trustees executors etc.
that
easy. Open your checking account I WATER HEATERS:' re-
f Graham Baptist Church Use thick starch or wall paper
I t turn same for taxation to the County Assessor on or before
with us, and see for yourself! : We are glad to report that paste. RANGES ,

I I Sunday School attendance is Have several requests foray the first day of April of each year. The head of a family who '

up. Let's all try to keep cur : little book of prayers I had REFRIGERATORS I
is
I legal resident of the
I a State of Florida is entitled to a Constitutional .
the
attendance In church and made.On front is a picture WASHERS

Sunday school up in the com of our Mortuary. I had i i Exemption of $1000. on household goods and

ing weeks. our local printer down the DRYERS I II
personal effects when he files and claims
street make them. I still have I a return exemption
The following is a list of HEATERS i:
FLORIDA : women who are in charge of some left if anyone wants thereon.

keeping the church clean this one I

month. When you read this it will Home Owned

'i ''BAlK'rrt'iSlIAJtKa.! 10th-Mrs. A. Sparks and be a new month. It always Home Operated All of the above must be in the hands of your Tax Assessor

: I-. Mrs. L Ratliff. gives me a feeling of starting

: life anew' as each new month j i I Same Location on or. before April 1st. We urge you to take care of these
17th-Mrs. J.. Lefevers and
m ftf U lAMKS Of tilt FLORIDA ,
MATWJUl CXOUP MCttUR FEDERAL arrives-1 plan to make some
OtMSIT UUWU3CC>< Boas *'
Mrs. A. Starling. summer dresses of dottedcwiss tax matters immediately. : ...

i 24th-Mrs.. R. Starling and and some cotton slipsof -
BANKING HOURS :
I Mrs. Barnes. non-cling material to wear

We wish to express our on hot afternoons. I have the THANKS
I .
Mondays thanks to Leonard Moody for goods ordered from KATIS > *
Tuesdays Thursdays &
Fridays '
: doing such a fine job of sing- City. Such a happy feeling as

9:00 a. m. to 1 :30 p. m. "big Sunday morning. It was I a wait!the".Friday 'mail Last!: GENE LON .G.\Oj1.

enjoyed by everyone that was rgot.anewUet.af: ; dishes' w }

Wednesdays and present. Again our thanks to to eat day. I ,
Saturdays: 9:00 a.,m. to 12 noon i on every They TAX ASSESSORc.
Leonard. have a dogwood flower on i

1 each pieces and are made ini I

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