Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 15, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Starke Cagers I I I1! SRD Asks Bids BY DUVAL JUDGEAddison Youth Injured

Play TonightIn I I To 4-Lane 301 Ruled Sane; In Hit And Run

Loop TourneyTornado (. ) _ p_ I Stretch In Tried
t -' .k. __ t ClayThe ioBe February 26 Mishap On 301

cagers will see action : i : -
against Santa Fe in the --T1T----T. State Road Departmentlast Accused Killer's A 17-year-old Bradford High \
Made Mental State
annual week called for bids for Progress
Keystone Conference] student LaDell W. Crews, wa :
Tournament tonight at 7j j .- four-laning 5.5 miles of U. S. At Time Of Murder Not Considered. seriously injured last Thursday

o'clock in the second of three IL i ; _- : 301 through Clay County. The On Addition while walking home on U. S. l

games scheduled for opening $- s : distance covered will be from a 301 north when he was struck

session of the meet in the [ _y : -, ;, _- quarter-mile south of the Brad To Co. Hospital A circuit court judge in Duval County last week by an unidentified vehicle, according
ford-Clay County line to the
Baker County High School ruled that DeWitt Addison, formerly of Lake Butler to Deputy Sheriffs
gym in Macclenny. _- ,' ___ i Maxville.Clay-Duval County line near Progress toward the new ad- is sane at the present time and thus able to stand trialon Willard Williams and A. E.

The tourney will open at 4 : i dition to the Bradford County February 26 on a charge of first degree murder in Brown.
p. m. today with defending Bids from contractors for Young Crews, the son of
described as rifle slaying of Florida
Hospital was a Highway Patrol trooper.
champion P. K. Yonge playing moving buildings from the after a Howard W. Crews, was listedas
Live right-of-way were recently received "most satisfactory" Judge A. W. Graessie Jr.I! lermlned by the
Oak. At 7 p. m. sec- : Tallahassee last I jury during in "satisfactory" condition
ond seeded Santa Fe will meet by the department.Also conference based his decision on the I! the course of the trial. Sunday in the University of
week with the Florida Develop- ''!
testimony of two Jacksonville'psychiatrists i!
Starke. and at 8:30 | After the ruling that he Florida Medical
: p. m. called for were bids on Commission and was Center, how
Green Cove Springs will meet --. w- -I two secondary road projects in ment I hospital I who said that I sane, Addison entered a plea ever, though he still couldn't
JFernandina: Beach in the opening -_. _.- Bradford County: representatives.:Mrs. Inez Green, secretary: capable Addison of is sane now. and I, of not guilty. remember what struck him He
night wind-up. I assisting his attorneys Named as Addison's co-de- was suffering from deep lacerations
S 231 (Dedan Church Road) of the Bradford County Hospital -
Semi-final games Friday Bradford's Industrial I in a rational defense. fendant in the murder indictment of the forehead and
Park Taking ShapeBradford I between SR 18 east of Brooker Board of Trustees, said The sanity of the
will match the Green Cove- I and SR 18 at Graham.S that pending formal approval 33yearold is Rudolph John scalp with possible fracturesand
Fernandina and Santa Fe- I Addison had been questioned Pavlas, 46 of Hialeah. Pavlas concussion, the deputy
of the
225A (Willie Reddish Road) of the first three phases
Starke victors at 7 p. m. At County's 27-acre Chairman J. D. Doyle. City Mclntire said that the coun- ,the U. S. Public by his attorney ZachH. did not claim insanity, but sheriff stated. He was expectedto
between S 225 and S 125, west application by .
3:30: top-seeded Macclenny i Industrial Park began taking Street Superintendent S. R. ty is now in an enviable position of Lawtey. Health offices in Atlanta, Ga., Douglas had also had previously pleaded not be released early this week.

will play the PKY-Live Oak thape this week with the Hicks, and County Road Fore- to attract new industry the architect has been author- previously served notice thatAddison's guilty. The youth was found about

winner. The tournament ia clearing of the area as a cooperative man R. E. Jones. -with three factors,, in its ized to proceed with and sub- principal defenseat Last week's proceeding 500 yards beyond the north
single elimination. The championship City-County pro- The property is located on favor: a Development Authority mit the final construction plan'sto the trial will be a claim cleared the routine prelimin- city limits on the east side of
Bradford Bred
game Is set for 8:30: ject.Pictured Edwards Road in southwest with funds at its disposal; that agency, through the that he was insane at the aries that customarily precedea U. S. 301. According to Williams
Saturday night following a 7 conferring at the Starke and was made available adequate fuel soon to be made Development Commission in! that Trooper Edwin L. murder trial. but the defense his feet were still
m. consolation site ll-rl] City Clerk Merrill Call WinnerAt Gasque, 30. was shot to death attorneys conceivably could about foot the
p. fray between are by the city. A portion of available by the new gas extraction Tallahassee. j resting a on
Friday's contests. Edwards CC Secretary it was formerly used for the plant; and sites offered 'This is most encouraging,"'i last October 26.Addison'8 file one of a number of pleas edge of the highway. The boy

Starke's future in the meet Robert Mclntire Council city dump. at the industrial park. Ocala/ Show Mrs. Green said. "Barring unforeseen -; sanity at the time i! before the February 26 dead- was apparently walking on the

may be short-lived judging by difficulties, it is assumed of the murder was not under ine that; might delay the road when he was struck by
the 62-22 drubbIng u ___ they un. took____ Clay Duval A Calf raised by J. W. White, that we will be preparedto consideration. in last week'sproceeding. trial.Addison some head high object, county
2 Judges GivenTemporary Represented This will be de-
from Santa Fe Saturday. The local breeder of Black Angus advertise for construction and Pavlas are also authorities theorized. f fI

Tornadoes have won only 5 cattle, has again scored in state bids about the middle of next, charged with robbing Duval I Doctors at the UP? Medical

of 15 regular season games. PostsIn Lawmen Fly To Texas To Match competition. The calf was sold summer," she added. :Religious CensusTo County Patrolman J. L. Par- Center, where Crews was taken
and top only Live Oak in conference by White to Tom McPhillipsof "The Hospital Construction menter and assaulting him i because of a lack of room at

standings.The Plant City and was judged Department of the Florida Development Be ConductedThis with intent to murder. It was the Bradford County Hospital

Blue Wave from PKY 8th Circuit Notes On Butchered grand champion of the FFA Commission has been this incident that touched off I state that it is possible the

has 'won the Keystone tourney BodiesClay and 4-H Division at the Fat I most helpful and cooperativein the man-hunt during the youth will later remember what

four straight years and I Stock Show in Ocala on Feb. securing of a grant-in-aid Sunday course of which Gasaue- was type vehicle or what object
will rate as a darkhorse this Twe additional judges will slain. protruding from a passing
the Federal
I Chief 2. by. government I I II !
time. Macclenny carries a be assigned temporarily to the County Deputy unknown "expert" on the but- from Hill-Burton funds- ," the A Religious Census Survey! The Trooper a member of vehicle struck him.
I'i Sheriff J. P. Hall Jr. and Du Last year one of Mr. White's I
standout 17-2 record Into the 8th Judicial Circuit begin- chery of human bodies. secretary said. will be conducted within the I the posse searching for Addison Young Crews was found beside *-

meet while Santa Fe is 13-2. 'ning the week of Feb. 19, C.val Patrick County are Chief flying Detective to Texas J. Law 'officers from Georgia, calves was grand champion at 'The proposed 25-bed addition -I city limits of Starke on Sunday -[ and Pavlas in the woods the road by C. W. Thomasof

The Wildcats lost one of their Texas, and New Mexico will the FFA show during the Tam- will double the present patient [ Feb. 18. The area has near Baldwin was shot Lawtey, who immediately
Judge John A. H. Murphree tonight to attend a meeting .
two games to the Rebels and I also attend the meeting. The pa fair. accommodations and been surveyed and maps have I through the heart and lungs called the sheriffs department
in' ct law officers in an attemptto
vice-versa. announced yesterday find a possible parallel in lawmen will match police files Mr. White now has at his will provide the other neces- been made showing each house: with a high-powered 30-30 about 735; p. m. Crews ap-

During the regular season Gainesville. dealing with investigations of sary facilities to provide ade- where a call will be made. The .i rifle when he came upon arently had not been injured
a series of "torso murders. farm near Heilbronn Springsa
Maccleiiny and Santa Fe shar- Murphree said that he will slayIngs in their states during quate hospital service foj'the churches: within the city limits them in a clump of pal- long before he was found. Tti.-re
A chief topic of discussion I' full brother to the calf that are .asked to provide workersfor mettoes. were no tire marks or other
ed the loop lead with identical preside at the trial of JoeReddish. recent years and attempt to people of Bradford County," any
,il-1 records.. o charged' with-first- will- be the mystery here In c n-elatb.tb-eDi. ; ,won' in the. Ocala_ how., Mrs.._Green.said.. ,. the census. I Addison and eluded l sign which' could be -used oa
, Players to "watch"In the ; which 'an unidentified.'man's Under the present allocationof Workers are asked to bring' the posse for several days, remaining evidence, .the deputies stated.
degree murder in the slayingof arms and legs were found near their in this area until(
)neet' include Ken Turja and I funds provided, the Federal sandwiches and meet at
Mike Timmerman. P. K. Union County Deputy Hal Highland in Clay County Jan- government will supply $165- the First Baptist Church at theymanaged to steal truck Rescue Unit
Croft and his companion 30. The torso of the from the home
Yonge: Branch Kennon, Live uary same H !000, and the hospital board 12:30: p. m. for a sandwich of Ira Wilson
Oak; Bobby Ritch and Tom- Ronald Jackson. body was found jn Worth 1 '!$135,000 to finance the $300,000 lunch and final instructions be- 'southeast of Starke. They were Given

my McFarland Santa Fe; This trial scheduled for I County, Georgia near the I- ':'projectJaycees'Johns fore going out to call. Th yf later captured by police in SpaceIn
!' town of Sylvester on Feb. 1, i Dawson, Ga. after
Butler origInally
David Ingram and John Williams Feb. 27 in Lake will be divided into teams. they had
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Starke; Bobby Hart and was assigned to Judge I j but his head and fingers are two with each team coveringa / held-up a drug store In Albany County ShopBy

Bob Bradley, Green Cove ,I George L. Patten. Judge Mur-i j i still missing. The mutilated specific area given to them .

Springs, and Larry Lamacksand phree said, however, that!I body of a woman was found immediately after lunch. When authority of the Brad

James Gordon, Fernan- Judge Patten had to take a : packed in two crates in Texas :_ 'Heads Statewide the calls have been completed, Special Meeting ford County Commission, the

dma Beach. juve'of absence on his docItor's j in a similiar type murder, $ the teams will report back to Civil Defense Rescue Unit has

orders. iI j L apparently committed by some __ Voter DriveJerome the First Baptist Church. Each Called TuesdayFor been granted a headquartersand

District Band 1 The two judges, who will be j!I -S $ : team will receive its Religious County BoardA a' portion of space to

I I assigned to the circuit temporarily -![Speeding Auto .-.q '-' 'S ( t : -t .', 4 Johns of Starke, Census Information' Sheets upon be shared with the Bradford
Contest Plans R-1 I[ which the information will be
are Judge James State Vice President of the special meeting of the County Road Maintenance

Are DiscussedPlans Knitt of West Palm Beach, j 5 Times Florida Jaycees, has been ap- recorded after lunch. Those Bradford County Board of Department.
and Judge Claude Ogilvie, retired -Flips I pointed district chairman for persons who are not at home County Commissioners will be The unit vehicles and equIpment *

for the District Band circuit judge from Jack- : Youth the Florida Junior Chamberof when the workers call; will be held at 9 a. Tuesday.,. Feb. will be kept there at all

Contest to be held in Starke sonville. I Injures 'I Commerce's "Operation visited the following Sunday 20, for the purpose of preparing times, when not, In use, and

on Saturday, March 10. were The absence of Judge Pat- I. Missing Planks Irk Road ForemanIf Registration" a statewide i.by the follow-up committee.The : priority requests for primary !- the office of the Road Superintendent

discussed at a meeting of the ten. plus an unusually heavy: Traveling at high speed a campaign to increase voter full cooperation of those and secondary road pro- will also be sharedfor

BHS Band Parents Tuesday case load, has necessitatedthe 1956 Oldsmobile hardtop with.' you see two of Road Foreman R. E. Jones in above picture egistration.The called upon is asked to provide jects in the county. The list meetings and classroom

night bringing in of the addi- three teenage boys inside went don't have your glasses changed. The doubleexposurewas appointment was announced i I I the information necessary will be presented at the annual training until a shelter for

Twenty bands and orchestras tional judges, Murphree said. out of control Sunday, turned i i taken by an imaginative photographer to emphasize the by Forrest Maurer, to complete the information budget meeting of the the unit can be constructed as

from schools in District 9 will over five times, critically injuring point that Jones is "beside himself with flustration at finding Jaycee State Coordinator of I State Road Department in donations and fund become

enter the competition here, with Fishing Contest Joseph Neal Powell,. planks removed from one of his nice new bridges to convert it the project."It I sheet. Lake City on March 2. available.

the Marching Contest scheduledfor 17, of Sebring, Florida. into a cattlegap.In I is with a deep sense of The Rescue Unit is ready

7::30 p. m. Saturday; March Tickets Issued According to Florida High-' responsibility that I accept to serve the public in any
the with members of the
discussing cattlegap problem
10, in the BHS stadium. way Patrol Sergeant Carlos I this appointment," Johns emergency 24 hours a day.
Tickets for this event will County Commission at a recent meeting, Jones cited instances
Chairman Bill Graham of the! Mnserove. the car was travel- i said, "because I consider this All calls to be received by
be placed! on sale soon by the ,.Starke-Bradford County Cham- mg -approximately 85 miles of cattleownere joining their fences to a bridge and then removing the most important projectever calling the Sheriff's Office or

Band Parents group. :ber of Commerce, sponsors of per hour and zig-zagged for planks to turn it into an improvised cattlegap. Such flagrant undertaken by the Florida the Bradford County Jail after

the North Florida Fishing con- 900 feet across busy U. S. 301 destruction of county property is violation of the law, Jaycees. hours. The person calling

Ruth Griffith test, announces that 300 tickets,, three miles south of Starke before it was pointed out. "It is my hope that the Jay : should state briefly all Information *

Wins I have been issued to ten weigh starting to flip. The Commission has instructed County Attorney Mack cees, through Operation Re- 'I possible.

Betty ing stations. Powell's passengers Billy Futch to study and strengthen its policies concerning cattle- gistration, will be able toI The unit Is continuing to

Crocker AwardEvelyn Stations this year are as follows -' Clayton. 14, and Robert An- gaps. bring about a substantial Increase offer various types of first

l ; Alvarez Standard Station drew Doneker. 18, both of .i in voter registration in' aid kite, ranging In price
Ruth Griffith, a West Hollywood. Florida suf- I Bradford County. I urge all I from 79 cents to $35. Con
Alvarez Store, Jiffy Food Friday BreakfastTo Five Days Left
member of the Senior Class,
persons who are eligible to tact Eugene Lee at 954-3674
I Storel Starke Builders Supplies, 'ered lacerations of the body
Is the winner from Bradford Wayne's Supererette, Rutledge'sat tout were released from the Kick-off GCMembership To Buy Car Tags vote but who are not registered j :, to place your order. "Buy a
County High School in the to contact their supervisor : 1i t
Lake Geneva, Lindsey Wal- Bradford County Hospital I : ; I: first aid kit and help us to
1962 Betty Crocker Search for Tax Collector J. R. Kelly said immediately. ,j "
ker's Station at Keystone, Sunday afternoon in the custody DriveThe ': help ;you) is. the advice of
Homemaker of this week that his office has! '
the American Through Operation Registration ,
Powell the U1rl .
of their
Strickland's Landing, Kingsley parents.
Tomorrow. Having received sold'approximately 2,800 license the Jaycees will seek rJ'- -& z-. _
the highest score locally in Lake; Chiapinni's at Melrose, not 'responding well to treat- 1962 membership drive i plates'and that sales "have been to sign up as many as possible -4. r ________ ,
ment is in the Naval Local
and Santa Workers
Buddy's Landing
homemaking test given to senior Fe Lake. on I Station Hospital in Jacksonville of the Starke-Bradford Coun- going pretty weir this week." of Florida's '1,500,000 un- ;, .A- t. _
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girls she will now have I ty Chamber of Commerce will The February 20 deadline is xegistered voters before the:. To Be Hired
her paper entered in competition This year, according to Graham -!| with lacerations. an
with the state winner there will be four prizes I,( fible concussion.According breakfast Friday morning at i collector reminds car owners Teams of Jaycees will make; At Brooker Plant
for bass, two for speckled perch, to Musgrove, Po- I and his office will have to sell __ :
who will be awarded a $1,500 7:30: o'clock in the Garden house-to-house canvasses for! fri 5"
scholarship. and two for bream and shell-; well was on his way to Hilli- Restaurant. around 30 tags per day to sell new voters, and other teams J. A.. Hinson. construction
crackers. In all, $300 in prizes ard to visit his grandmother.He superintendent with Hudson
Committee rags.for the 4,444 cars.in Brad- will urge registration by tele- ,
Build i win be awarded after the con- had picked up the two passengers Chairman ford County by that time. phone. Deputized Jaycees will ; Engineering Corporation, build-

Help i test closes Sept. 3. in Tampa, the ser- John Kopelousossaid "And any time you've sold go to hospitals and convalescent -: era of the Florida Hydrocarbonsplant
that 50
,Starke And 11 11I I I geant said, and traveled to workers are around expected volunteer to at- that many tags in a day you've homes to register' ___ jIF near Brooker. wishes to

Ii Fla. Theatre Sold Starke via 301. tend the breakfast and follow worked pretty hard," Kelly shut-ins, and the organizationwill _.. correct a wrong impressionthat
Bradford County i: The three boys stopped at smiled." also provide speakers for;, might have been given by
with 100
: Stalling's,Truck Stop in Ala- through a per cent an article in last week's Tele
:1 i To Barksdale canvass for membership."In civic and professional clubs. :
FIL F- i
JOIN YOURCHAMBER filled up' with
chua County, Black Cow Causes The Jaycees believe that the graph.
of! without view of the accomplishments :
Robert G. Barksdale, owner gasoline and raced project presents an opportunity -: __ The story said,that most em
.I of Barksdale's Department I paying for it. Bradford Deputy of the Chamber during Auto To OverturnTrying to demonstrate that the i! Si ployees! on the construction Job
said.Nothing the past year and with the _
OF COMMERCE '; Store in Starke. this week announced I Sheriff Williams organization can provide! mature -- 4 would be brought in by the com.
:i the purchase of the!I is known about the desti- agressive program planned for to dodge a cow on leadership In the govern- ,- pany due to the need of having
1962 Membership Florida Theatre for $40,000. nation of Griffin and Done- this year the 100 per cent support -, S. R. 235 on the way to mental activities of Florida. workmen who were experiencedin
'I of the business community ,- '. ..... ..
Brooker, Milton Wayne Par- this
Campaign type of construction.The .
I The new owner assumed operation ker.The accident occurred at is needed more than ever rish 18, turned over,in his article
I PTA Seta should have stated
STARTS TODAY! I of the theatre last 2:58: a. m. just .4 miles from before," the chairman said. 1953 Chevrolet. Deputy Sheriff Ordination Set Anniversary Program that "key personnel" would be

I, Sunday. The Florida was one the Hampton cut-off. The He said that a plan is being Williard Williams said. For W. H. Green Jack Trawick president of H. 1L Hatcher Jr.All are past brought in by the company,
of chain of Martin Theatres
.This Space Contributed 'a car traveling north first left arranged whereby businessesthat S. R. 235 leads south fromS. I the Starke Elementary School presidents of the Bradford but Mr. Hinson explains! that

t of Florida. Inc. of Columbus I Ii 'I the road on the east for 300 prefer to do so may pay] R. 100 about five miles Everyone is invited to attend PTA, is surrounded by a bevyof High School PTA. where the they will hire an the local help
Weekly Publicize i i
Georgia. leet, then angled across the their membership fees on a west of Starke. Parrish was the ordination services of beauties who will take part program will be presented next possible as,the work gets into

Community Events by t Barksdale said Wednesday pavement westward for an- monthly or quarterly basis headed. home Sunday night at W. H. Green as deacon at In a skit "Alice In Founders Tuesday night at 1:30 in the fun swing.The .
; that quality of the movies at other 200 feet. It then traveled rather than in a lump sum.' "
11:20 when the black cow Heilbronn Baptist Church on Land marking the 65th anniversary high school cafeteria. Telegraph is glad to
The CommunityState the theatre will not depreciateand to the west ditch for another "We don't,care how you pay it,4ut loomed ahead of him he said. Sunday Feb. 18, at 3 p. m. Pastors of the Parent- Refreshments will be terra make this further explanationand

Bank that he will have the op- 400 feet before comingto we do want your mem- Damage to the car' totaled and deacons are requestedto Teacher's Association. by the 8th grade parents. AJ is pleased to know that it

portuniy to buy the same films rest facing east in the bership and your cooperation $300. Williams said, but Par- meet at 2:30 p. m. for the From left: Mrs. G. L. Farber members, as well as interested win be possible to offer emplaymtat -

as the Martin chain. J 1 t ditch Musgrove's report rea4. Kopelousos said. rish was not injured. questioning'- :Mrs. Jonius M. Smith and Mrs. outsiders, are invited to attend. to local workers

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Lt. Col. Powell Gahagan of But Attendance Poor Wizard Of Oz Cast I BEULAil BAPTIST CHURCh ,
Savannah Ga. spent the !j Sunday School,. I'O a. m. \
weekend with his mother Mrs. Entertained By Morning Worship, 11 a. m. \

.. Mattie Gahagan i "Wizard Of Oz" Pferfoined Well By StudentsAttendance Miss Susan SladeMiss Training Unipn( 6:30: p. m.
Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch Evening Service 7:30: p. m.-
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and children in r Rev. Luther A. McGee
.were Tampa i } i s Susan Slade entertained pastor.
the weekend attendingthe at the three
over; the cast of the play, "Wiz-
GLADYS 'MOOTY1' FHQNE &!- 51 performances "of the.annual.
State Fair and Gasparilla. ard of Oz" and other friendsat
R .. musical comedy' presented by
house Friday evening lie
R open
the students of Bradford High DA.B
Mr. and Mrs. West Cochrane Mrs. George Flynn Jr. and Mrs. Emilie Jaehrling of after the showing of the play. t; '
School was not 'as good as j
Sind children of Swarthmore. children spent the weekend Frankfort-Main Germany is Refreshments were enjoyed STARKE FLA.SUN.MON.TUES..
to Director !
expected: according -
,Pa.. %suspending:. 'several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. visiting her son-in-law and Richard H. Jockel, eventhough' during the party hours.
with Mr. andMrs: C. 'L. Rr &: 'MrAteer, m Tampa and daughter Mr, and Mrs. P. E. ,
the of
production: was .
w I Ir I
ScholL .' ? attended Gasparilla. Mrs. Mc- Griffis and sons. high caliber. .w Palms To Be
Mr. and Mrs, M. .B",. Jordanand Ateer returned with her Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noll- FEB. 18-19-20
t "The work and time put into -
Mr. and 'Mrs. J. P. Dill daughter on Tuesday for several man attended the 50th anniversary Oz' LI Planted On 301 : DOUBLE FEATURE
'Wizard Of the
the by 4
.were among those attendingthe days' visit. and banquet of- the PLcr ajS I "Romanoff ,
students made it an excellent :
Stephen poster .f s Mtiea Mrs. Mable MersereaU ls; a 'Jacksonville Rotary Club at ... he "but Mrs. H. V. Knight of the!1
rod c on. stated
'at White Springs on Satur- medical patient in Bradford the George Washington Hotel + Starke Woman's Club beautifi-; And Juliet"PLUS 4
the county did not support it '
a cation committee said
County Hospital. Sunday evening. They spent
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cay.Mr. as well as expected. The
and Mrs>M. P. Stanley :Mfg Charles Durkee and the night" with their son-in- combined class .k. day that arrangements have "WalkingMy
.of Pahokee -wer Sunday visitors daughter; Sheila,'lett! today for -aw" and daughter, Mr. and junior-senior 4C v' xfr. been successfu ly-completed for Baby
of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. their home in Charleston, S. Mrs. CroRbv H. Dawkins. performance; is expected to ,a the planting of cabbage palmsin Back Home"Plus I
clear around $600, $300 for ;
the islands of U. S. 301,
Mrs. Hazen of Gaines .
Speer. C. Mrs. Durkee and daughter Jetty each class after expenses.-An CartoonWED.THURS. .
i Mr, and Mrs.,Henry Sfefanelli have been staying with her ville"spent the weekend with north from the Starke. city. .
exact count of ticket sales '
', and daughter, Elissa; of Mr. Mrs. Carl Mrs. A. E. McKinney. limits to Highland. ., ,
;'Starke., and 2nd Lt. 'John Mrs Knight said that the, FEB. 21.22
i Parks of Pehsacola and Mr. ; : palms were obtained at a very' l
: reasonable price and that the DOUBLE FEATURE
''Mrs.. Russell Norman were ;
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. : a. i State Road Department has agreed -<.The Great ImpostorPI4US ;
to transport them here'!
and Mrs. Robert' Stefanelli
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and family in Gairiesville on : The Naked Edge I
the occasion of Mrs. 'Henry I The County has agreed to ,
"Stet rielirs birthday! anniver- > I keep the p"ahns watered until' Plus Cartoon
they take root. ,
sary.Weekend'' guests ,of ',Mfs. It was estimated that around I! FRI.-SAT., I
Arvie Maze Were her daughter' ;; ., 350 palms will be set Out. I FEB. 23-24
.{< The beautification DOUBLE FEATURE
Josie of Jacksonville and of Islands,I!
Miss Annett Sheppard of Orlando :- I on 301 (north) within the City Nikki t
I limits is continuing. As soon as''!
I : 'fall palms have been set, the' -PLUS-
Mrs. F. O. Peterson, is im- : f ]
:! I smaller shrubbery will be plac- MistyPlus
proving after ,an attack of ed.
virus. Her sister. Mrs. SC.: I : f II I, CartoonTWO i
3allangee of Beckley, W. Va.
is; spending some time here J I
with her.AIrman'. ," Dave Ingram,
of the West," Bmw' STATIONS !
William S. Co l1ns"worth
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i WilliamsI I Beta Phi I'. Farewell .
Golden Wedding Maxine I Sigma Party ,
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Celebrated By Is HonoredAt Meets Monday 'Is ,Given '** WHAT, WHEN I

t O. L. MorgansMr. Bridal ShowerMiss ,I The.,.:Beta' Sigma Phi sorority I Bob Williams i AND WHERE j 1I Vented Heaters

{!I met Monday, Feb. ,12, at
and Mrs. O. L. Morgan Maxine Williams, Bob Williams, who is leaving I ,
r GLADYS MOOTY PHONE S64-065J celebrated their Golden Wedding -I whose marriage to Jimmy :I I with the home-\irs.of William Miss Louise Shiner Stern as for school In Washington,_I BPW club meeting Thursday,'

i Anniversary on Sunday! Hobbs will be an event of this,I cohostess.The,# b. c. was honored at a farewell Feb. 15, 8 p. m., home of Mrs. I CLOSE OUT
Feb. 11, at their home in Rus-' evening [Thursday: was hon-;i I party last Friday night Ruby Johns. -
Jr. Women Honor Baptist WMU Told kin. Mr. Morgan the brotherof ored at a bridal shower Mon- : for 1961-62 following were new installed at at the Lion's Den given by the OES meeting, Monday, Feb. !Ii

,Parent Club Migrant Labor ors', L. U. Morgan Sr. of Starke, day evening given by Mrs. this time: Mrs. O. W. WhiteJr. Jaycees. 19, 8 p. m. Masonic Lodge. l
and Mrs. Morgan will be remembered Grover Conner and Mrs. William .Dancing and refreshments OES instruction meeting'l
With Card Party Medical Aid NeedsDr. ., president; :Miss Betty the party Wednesday Feb. 21, ,
as Bertie Mae Cooper McLendon at the homeof were enjoyed. during p.
Jane Morgan, vice president; SPICI L LTOP
daughter of the late Mr. the latter, 636 W. Gardner Miss Martha Rozier, recording hours. Masonic Lodge.
The Starfce 'Woman's Club George WJ Karelas, and Mrs. C. N. Cooper of i Street. Miss Louise Stern BHS PTA meeting Tues- W y wY"hnMw' Mti' .

building was gay In the Valentine chairman of the Committee' Starke. The yellow color The home was attractive for tecretary measurer;; Mrs. B. L. Moxley, Girl Scouts day, Feb. 20 8 p. m. Cafeteria. W; wsr

; theme Saturday even- on Rural Health of the Flori- ; scheme was carried out in the the occasion with arrange- Mrs. Garden Club meeting, Mon-
ing for the card party given da Medical Association and a two-tiered cake which was ments of azaleas and green corresponding John'Simpson secretary extension; officer Roast' Weiners day, Feb. 26, 7:30: p. m. homeof NAME BRAND

by the Junior Woman's Club national as well as state topped with a large yellowrose ery. The gift table; was cen- ,. The Senior Girl Scouts helda Mrs. Wayne Haines. '
for members of the Starke authority on the subject of and the letters 50. tered with a bride doll and a I weiner roast at their regular Cub Scout Blue & Gold J!. ': 60,000 BTU'sThermostat
Woman's Club and their hus- migrant labor was guest pink car- banquet Starke Elem. Cafe-
Mrs. Morgan's corsage was bud vase with a meeting at the home of Phyllis I
bands, and dates. speaker at the February 6 of yellow mums. nation. Sally.Ann EppersonIs } Haddock. torium Tuesday evening. Feb. I
Centering the stage was a meeting of the First Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Morgan have Several games were playedby SurprisedOn Mrs. Pat Cauffman leader, I I 27. 6:45: p. m. i REG. 189.95
large red and white heart and Church WMU. Dr. Karelas Pilot Safety Valve
a and prizes
one son and three daughters the 25 guests was assisted by her mother Ole South Festival, StarkeWoman's
at other points of interest in general, practitioner, has of- the winners BirthdayMiss Automatic Bower)
and a number of grandchil were awarded to Mrs.. Emma Badman. Club Thursday
the auditorium were driftwood fices in the Medical Rotundaat men and great grandchildren. sfter which refreshments were evening Mar. 1, 7:30 p. ,m. Completely Automatic $$12500
with small red and white Dewberry.The Among the large number served. ,Sally Ann Eppersonwas Louise LattimerTo Dinner and floor show. :* Will Heat Complete
hearts hanging from the speaker told of the attending this event were Mr.. The guest list included Mrs. I delightfully surprised at a Home '
branches.Centering the tables, need for medical help for and Mrs.L. U.Morgan Sr. and Albert Williams and Mrs. party given in honor of her Instruct OES -- I

where the guests were served these migrants and said, "We Leaton A. Mathews of Starke. James Hobbs of Starke and 17th ?,' birthday Wednesday End Your Search For Better Gas Service
a dessert course as they arrived need"to go to them to' help :Mrs. Calvin Thomas and Mrs. night :of last week after the Louise Lattimer, grand Instructor !I

was a large red heart. them because in most cases Epperson Circle Kirby Mathis of Jacksonville. dress rehearsal of the "Wizardof of district eight of AT
Greeting the guests as they they'will not seek medical attention Oz.". The party was given the OES Grand Chapter of..

arrived were Mrs. Jerome ." Meets TuesdayThe Beverly Crawford by 12 girl. friends of Sally., .I Florida will give instructions Ctte666 SLADE GAS of StarkeQUALITY
Johns, president of the Junior Dr. Karelas is also a past Ann from the BHS Junior I II I i at the local OES meeting on
Woman's Club, and Mrs. Hollis chainnan of the Committeeon Lorena Epperson Cir- Celebrates 13thAnniversary Class. Wednesday evening, Feb. 21, at

Knight, club sponsor from Rural Health of the cle of the 1st Baptist WMU Hamburgers were enjoyed I I 8 o'clock. All members are SERVICE

the senior club.Arrangements. American Academy? of General met Tuesday night at the by the group. asked to attend. i

for the party Practice and his efforts in home of Mrs. Earl B.,Searing. celebratedher
were made by the social com- behalf of rural health have After a short business meet- Beverly Crawford Sat-

mittee: Mrs. J. C. Sawyer, been described in newspaper ing, conducted by the leader, thirteenth birthday
chairman and Mrs. fiat Cauff- articles and magazines as Mrs. Guy Sale the programwas urday evening with 'a party

man and Mrs. Jimmy Green. "almost superhuman." presented by Mrs. Hazel and dance on N.In the"Church Crawford'scarport Street. THREE BIG DAYS

Prizes were won ;>y Mrs. Dr. Karelas became inter- Ritch. Those taking part were S
Robbie Shaller, canasta, and ested in the plight of the mi- Mrs.Kate Sheppard, Mrs.Leila Blue and white crepe paper ..
Mrs. James Rowe and Joe grants in 1955 when he was Mundy, Miss Dorothy Ross, streamers were used in decor-
Valinsky. bridge.Approximately. appointed by the president of Mrs. Earl Searing, and Mrs. ating the carport, where Thursday Friday and Saturday
dancing and games were en- _
40 guests en- the American Academy of _
joyed this delightful occasion. General Practice to the Com- Sale.A dessert course was servedby joyed. Preceding the games
the 20 young folk had a weiner -
mittee on Rural Health. He the hostess at the conclu-
UDC Meets has made this work his dedicated don of the meeting. roast.
Assisting Mrs. Buddy Crawford -
ed. Afternoon service to. .humanity_ Lottie Moon Circle met in serving were her FREE
over and above his regular Tuesday night, Feb. 13, at the mother, Mrs. Barney McRae pSIYTremendous
profession as a general prac- home of Mrs. Ruby Johns with BALLOONS
The W. T. Week's chapter : titioner. Mrs. Sue Miles as co-hostess. i and Mrs. Glen Conner.
U. D. C. met Wednesday
Dr. Karelas was introduced After the business meeting
afternoon of last week at the to the group,by Mrs Ernest conducted by the leader, Mrs. ScoutCommitteemen
home of Mrs. Jesse Newsome
Phillips who is program Charles Darby a program on
with Mrs. Herbert Thomas as
cohostess.The chairman of her circle. migrant Mrs. labor Phyllis was Phillips.presentedby Mrs. Meet TuesdayThe values throughout the store on timelynew j

beautifully Newsome decorated home in was the Woman's Club C.devotional.A A. Knight. conducted the February meeting of Items for the family and home! Don't Miss This Safe!

Valentine motif with narcissi To Present the Cub Scout committeemen
Valentine theme
was carried -
I and red camelias and other Old South out in the refreshments. was held at the home ,of' Mr. 1 I1 if f H in
red and white flowers being ProgramThe and Mrs. Emmett Elder at .
used in the living room and Kingsley Lake on Tuesday' R.IG. 3.99
dining room. Starke Woman's Club Delta Kappa evening. M nsWorkSets SPECIAL PURCHASE OFSpring

'Miss Madge Middleton, vice- will present an "Ole SouthFestival" Meets FridayDelta Final plans were made for 5.98 J WASH

president, conducted the business on Thursday evenIng the annual Blue and Gold REG. S Blouses FROCKS

meeting .in the absenceof Lurch 1, at 7:30: o'clock Kappa Gamma soror- banquet to be held at the ,

,the president, Mrs. E. K.Perrman. ,, in the club house. The event, ity met Friday, Feb. 9, in I Starke Elementary Cafetoriumon $
.' in charge of Mrs. Clyde Ter- 5 S REG. 1.90 $
Macclenny with Miss Martha I Tuesday evening, Feb. 27 : 2
Mrs. L. G. Powell, historian, willegar. third vice-president Rogers, president, conducting at 6:45: o'clock. A magic show S.. Hurry. .. Quantity Limited! R S
gave several interesting excerpts will consist of a real South- the meeting. I i will be a featured entertain-i + 2.*' What a marvelous' value! Beautiful $
ern dinner Shirts, Reg. wash n wear crease resistant Choose
from the "Diary of Mrs. and a colorful Miss Karlie Tyler. second ment. : Fonts, Reg.. 3.29 /c( cottons. Dacron and cot- entire stock fron' our
Judith McGuire.:" This diary lioor show. vice-president, introduced the I All Cub Scouts and their ; ? I( s! ton and cupioni and cottons. j ZW dresses. Finest reR

was written during the War' Each member of the club speaker Dr. Clara Olson of I families are invited to attend. : N't '',S Long sturdy wearinq Sanforized i (rJ I.; Luscious white .solid. many colors with and SchlffU pure .., sales quality. .eo. made

Between the States. has been called on to participate !- the University of Florida, who Attending the meeting were twill.\\ Yot-dyed. '. .embroidered with trim.short New or roll-up collarstyles ;. ,America. top IDet by
During the. social hour .the, in making this one of spoke on the education customs -I Mrs. John Torode Mrs. Jean full euiuAVy.! :.i'fl: sleeves. Sizes 32 to 38. ..., ;t z. P1 baggy ma4y

hostesses !entertained at tea. the social events of the sea- and tradtitions of the Fowler Woodrow Callen Don \<, ', sizes 29 to '. : ; ;. :,,,
The tea table, covered with a fon. people of India. She was accompanied Champion, Fred Graudon, W. :. L pants 'SUPfR'' SHEER FIRST: QUALITY.r .../, ADd'a 6 T4. to le lzty to .S2
red''linen cloth outlined with Money made from this pro- by two Indian ex- M. Smith and Rev. J. R. Brab- "! ...Y.re
cupids and Valentines, was ject will benefit the worthwhile change students, who compared ham. NY.LON" HOSE
centered with a red and white endeavors of the club customs of their native DAY FEATURE! SPPCIAL
llpwer arrangement. Tall such as the beautification of land and the U. S. Hospital Exec Full fashioned, 60 : SAlE OF
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burning white candles 'balanced the islands on U. S. 301 North. Miss Kathryn Epperson of DOOYS' RM1T hose; fine neat 'sepmr and i Women's

the central piece. Mrs. J. Committee chairmen for the Lake Butler reported on the Board MeetsThe trim heel. Every pair guaranteed 3. P$1

W. 'Kincaid presided at the festival are as follows; food, I District meeting held in SPORT SHIRTS New shades for IR I PANTIES
Executive Board of the
tilver tea service. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid; decora- Gainesville and plans were spring in sizes 8'/a to 11. t
'Mrs. J. W. Killian of Black tions, Mrs. C. M. Schmitt; made for installation of officers Bradford County Hospital .5
Mountain N. C., who has i tables, Mrs. Julian McRae; and initiation of new Auxiliary met Feb. 8 at the 1.69 f. 1e1uUe
been visiting friends here the floor show Mrs. Russell Nor- members in Lake Butler on Garden Restaurant.The VALUE Sheer Nylons < .... 2 bar tricot. fall cut

past several weeks, was a man; tickets, Mrs. J. H. Du- May 11. next general meeting d: 400-needle sheer seamless; P l WbJU ga. Bar4ayked RrUD wtth
special guest on this 6ccaslon. Pre. Refreshments were servedby will be held in St. Mark'sParish ? : feet quality. New shades per1 A I $1 Points.. g .r co1ora.

the Macclenny members. Hall, when the nominating $1 sizes 8V& to 11. ;I Doubt fe lack
I r I committee will presenta r Poaflo3; '

1 slate of officers for the I II 3 "
1 I coming year. Nominations will Short Placket Steevts Conor : Fresh New first-Qualify BO'S Far 1
I, be made from the floor. Mon style. acetate" aDd bead, >etyks t
BANKING and colon Cotton t Prints 3SGspoffsiiTS Yd for estn tricot Doab b beet
HOURS : Reg.
I The new officers win be installed Slit, t to 1* adT, Wbite 7. !

: at the general meeting
it It on April 9. Pins for 100 hours
Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays Fridays: I of service will be presented to r 4.YDS.. $1'0-
9:00 1 volunteer workers .. : *fcllrga a. m. to :30 p. m. i, auxiliary I .
i at this time. :\' I Panls
Wednesdays and Saturdays: 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon i I The Southeastern Hospital { Beautiful quality 80-squar* prints Ie! .
: Auxiliary Conference will meet I Men's 2 + multitude of wonderful new spring '
: in New Orleans April 2527. .: Reg. $2..99. patterns and colors. Colorfast and vat- 7
II I I Sizes S, M, I, XL dyed. Stock up now and save I FOQBays' $1 J

: Valentine Party SI l Doobft fabric
I leg. $1.M ea ) IlIt $EYE UNBLEACHEDith
a trfplt '
$ 11 18 '
I At Loudon Home She 4 w
For the I I ,' Wash 'n wear solid gingnulR colors.\ jJtpiCS, DIAPERS. MUSLIN Wbit.' lliz6S end 0 to lOnger 6. wear.

Aw ,; :Y+:::et' Harriet Loudon, Betsy Mat- :( fancies and .
? : thews, Jayne Hardy, and Margle' KG. ; $3 Reg. 27e' 5 Yds. $1
i 1.99 DOL & D.i.
Pull Dowling gave a delightful .
'f" Long 1.59 DO%.
Our finest quality strong, '
Valentine's party Saturday SOCKSEG. QIEE N I
: BOYS', MEN'S Carp's own brand. Soft, highly firmly woven. Ideal for many $, J 01
evening in the Loudon's car- absorbent cotton 27x27-jn. ,
household .
Wei uses.SHEET ,
o port. The Valentine motif was size. SUPSPHASSIiRES
<<; gyles, fancy A $1 ,
; used in decorating, with red novelty P:tt Ar3:; I .t.gor. wiA .
Bays' 7 R BLANKETS shadow
i and white streamers and red mu's;10. to t BED PILLOWS. Proof panel dosTi
\'!tt. ':-.... ".:'" i valentines. The refreshment( SOCKS SKCJAl toW fttai! REG. 1.39Lightweight off around Brond"w nil- $

table was centered with two BOYS SPORT Soft and plump,. fea- yet tyiw .
'' A fortably worml! new tans
: large valentine-shaped cakes REG. ISe! Superior ther filled. Sturdy blue $1 tractive plaid com$1 white'and. safari Si tef
A; i decorated with red hearts. ed cotton csport' and white ticking. terns. Doubto S, HU

c..' I The 20 young guests enjoyed and novelty pat- I _Standard_ _size._ ,_ _ _size._ _ _ 'Pftlal. At :: .
,' y 4f', I dancing and games during the terns. ..:.
i party hours.Jackie GURTM PANELS Hobnail Bedspreads
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,I HinesCelebrates SAVE! MIN'S RCQ. '$'. REG. ;Sanferisad loe4cIotII
.' 1.99 2 Q ) 5.99 450 .
...there's nothing as any senior citizen can tell you, : : : NEREAFomous I .
I Durofon brand. Drip-dry Lint free viscose rayon tufting on 150'T
like having a bit of money set aside.And for safety, ,; 13th Birthday finish, no starching, stretching or heavy cotton backing. Pre-shrunk, "6 rV
., ironing. Gold metallic! thread no ironing. Small sea-dot' tofts.- 'eop-ol a LM best seDer Gsr--'

: plus availability,. plus earnings, plus service, plus : Jackie Hines celebrated her Fine SPECIAL ton I full quality VALUE cat cot Nylon 2 0 F $1 trim. 54x81-in. and 54x904iu White or pastels. Full bed,size.- antetl cuss., Machine full years!,..ubab&Circle..stitched SUM

helpfulness there's nothing quite like having : 13th birthday last Friday reinforced. J2 to e9; A, B, C caps.
money Sizes S, U. L.Broadcloth.' R .
evening with a slumber party : BOXER JEANS
Shoe, for f The I'
n;:the f.k" for four friends. I Shorts: Savings Familyflats Sanforized Wu,, denim,
XE6. 79c elastic waist ,bo a d.cu 'I
The five girls enjoyed a .Sanforized, fall A F
Won's Chi! iren'f Men's She$2to6x.
for a fuller lifetime.., I Elastic waist. H| .
Save at our : spaghetti supper, after which Assorted fancy S O $1
they played games and danced patterns ,Sizes 28 R Dress Sbaes Shoes Shoos 'MOtPUL locKS'
y'' bank, for tht fulL t satisfaction! ( to 4l. Fin- combed fi
t .I during the evening. ATHLETIC SHIRTS Yalaesft.S.t, vilfts To'3.991 Values Tt 6.99 pieroltrwnrard too wfeh Wa trt- P.

li Keg. 3 fw too, Nykin relai $1
Recent Births < Carps farad white ta
'cotton.Knii-to-flt U1d.3F140 $2 $2 $3 sizes SH toll.MIN'S .

Bradford County Hospital! lt.l n.KNIT WORK SOCKS

FLORIDA: I announces the following BRIEFS Dress styles, sports' Sfta-ons, oxfords'and Loafers and oxfords. 'Comfort,, nylon slattictops rein |r r f
births: Kef. S o"wn2.3brEand. and flats. All .sizes f oreed.-Guiran' iteteed. \ A
i Mr. and'Mrs, Dennis H.,. Carp but'not. ;'in every st r?p styles. Sizes'8't Choose from brown I W hJ h or I $1
I I Knlt-to-m flat 180
to 12, ,'2z-.1. black. 6'/i gray. Sizes 14 to., II
style. t.o'12.
: : : I Smith Starke. a son Ronald eottoo. Sixes, S. .
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I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Z.

MCMUR FCDCRAL DlttiiT IMSVXASCl CCM* I Corbet, Lawtey, a daughter
...Melissa Feb. ll. __..J





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I I, on window I }latt'rial.shal1 be competed of Bradford Count- 4', to the llunorahl.' Thl"r"11 \
(f'l What You Shound Know :. JIBT.noo't: I FIi'nIUDHead Kail t>> Jean VYainwright.. L>. S. :1 Yawn. Count Judge of Frad-
About I I a. \Iplying0 coats of varnish Flexalum Bottom Rail _ _-1->> It SIB -- ford County Florida on Uauh
: : on ceiling. -t !. Flexalum Temp. Aluminum I 12th, 12! ilwnday, at P:09 .\,
> ) Your Chamber Of CommerceIn b. One coat primer and sealer slat. CouBtr Jadgr's Court, la 'at! M. for approval Ot.the same and
j 1 on walls., S I. Flexalum I'lastic Coated Xj- Fur llradfnrd C* BB '
I .A: Stitch 'In Time May Save 'The CBD c. Ot> fn'It stain and varnishon ,I lon Tape. i In re: Estate of E. F :ilUe.--. I,I !stratrix; of the estate of E.o'.
I 1 woodwork.The I Tilt gears to be Solid Brass i i.I deit-ased. Miles deeeased.Februar ,
# w ;- BoaidreMirves the rightto of Xj'lon. !I Xotue Of Filing Petition For > 13. 1"*;2-
What are, you? '. a defeatist? Besides major renovations the! I article number four we which are detrimental. ; r-'<..-f any und all 1>id-.. 1 The Hoard Reserves the Right J I Final DNilidrge j Of AdmiIli tra- Sue B. MilesAdministratrix
1 try to answer the question : Ve act as your business I Charles: A. Darhy. Clerk. I' to reject any and all bids. > trim I of the estateof
a miracle-seeker? ,. ;or a realist? speakers suggested a number of minor (SEAL) (SEAL) I To All Whom It May fonit-rn. : E.- F. Miles deceased.!
These three terms were used at arecentrneetin' start the "What DoeS' a Cbamber Of'! agent woik to get new Indus-1 I! 2-15 2t 322CALL j Charles A. Darby. Clerk Notice is hereby given thatI : Thomas & Pit'r'e'
things that could be done to Commerce Do?" tries and new businesses into i _, _ _2-15 2t 3-22 | have filed my final returns ,Vttorneysat Law .
to classify business men ball rolling in this i direction. These include I as administratrix of the estateof ::(\.J2t'Xortb Temple AveFlorida
'The basic purpose tf the Bradford County. FOn *H>!sTho Miiall (Claim CoiirtBra4f > 1F: MileS deceased: that 1 'tarkt'
in towns throughout the nation whose : an attack of the parking problem Chamber are your purposes. It's your information bureau i i ..vis.i O\lJer.!*ard. -if of Rr'uHot'1'unu"C<\1JntCom; -. I .rd 'O".t1o Florida ;' have filed petition for final di>- I -u 4t :t4

f CBD's (,Central'Business Districts) ;-re-routing 'th'rnugh} traffic from To promote the economic wel-1; Furnishes facts on business I Floridawill receive( ealed\ bib! I Crt-uu Dupont l'nlon.larkt"Mining: : Employ. Florida* '"- w-

C have been ,hurt by'the' siphoning': ff of theCBD! so that customefs\ hunting'to fare"and happiness of all,the I trends, population figures, i iluarket nt in-IM March o'clock 6. 196on. in the the morningof eotirtn !i Plaintiff 2, Box\!. 126 John Starke P, CasevRoute t'hni-

trade inlo 'newer, more' modern, and get ddwn to'wn to shop can do' so;' the people of the community: ,: potentials, etc. '. In the cmjithwiw for th* da. Defendant. "The Mysterious Island"And
and distribution The Chamber is the voice of f.l1i\\\"ln: NOTICE OF $Hl mFJ.8LE'
encourage production
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attra fringe-area shoppingcenters.
more overhanging signs so
of j 30 W'indo''hadt'.!' of various!' Xotut is h..rel>y given that 1P ,
.thaV view is 'itot -obstructed; razing unsightly of more goods and ; Starke and Bradford County. width in aore 1'0' It's a rallying point of !=t \l'ed! io *h' Courtroom. Up ford County, Florida, under and
services fyr every
Rejuvenation of the CBD was the buildings;! find the addition of stair!, :? halt ,Jury Room. Photostat by virtue of a writ of Kxeiution.
I create more jobs for workers.To : civic movement whose objective Room, and the Registrar's
in the above styled cause I haelevied
topic i pf discussion at ; first annual in the form of shrubbery or IEH
Florida'.i. 3 Bedroom
greenery conserve and increase is Ui ,'b helit of the community .Room. i: upon the follouTng property Spacious
seminar held The fhadeto 1 lip of Vinyl _
Development 'f1ors'Esthet is good business, to-vit.:
cs I whole. if'1'81 I
community rescources. as a Impregnated Duck of nQt 1332! Clu-Molet. 2 diM.r sedan. .
recently in Lakeland.It it was pointed out. i Th--Chamber answers your i It'$ your sales manager. than 10 ouni-e. I Motor Xo. KAA3oi490;;

was pointed out by some of the Phillip Hammer, an economic 'consultant -' mail replies to scores of inquiries The Chamber sells your City The raI.>li.tard..t any Reserves and all bids.tne Rightt4i I ZI963.Tag Xo. 15-1957;; title Xo. "MAPLE HILL" :'.
prominent speakers, who came from as, from Washington, D. C., de- about our community.It and County, your products, SKALT Charles A. arbv. Clerk .\$ the prop..rt>; of the .allon'

far a$ Nashville; Tenn. and Washington plared'that' this is a time of ''revolu replies to inquiries about I your services to people every- :''I 2-15 2t 3-22 I named th.. 12 day defendant of :March and 1962.that between 1..1; i I .

'D.;. C-, thjit. merchants ju the CBD tionary change" hi business and that 1 you and your business. It's where. We create new markets I the legal hour of wle WERE GIVEN

hav:IJ'd of FOIl(County HH)>Commi".1 foienoon namely aud eleven two o'clock o'clotk' in in the tht- .
modern methods' of merchandising '" is your voice on questions of urea. No matter who you are ioners of Bradford COHHM1 -. afternoon at twelve oVlook' FREE I II '
or he declared
; In'a let's-face-it warning '
'i 1 pealed bids 1 the East:
Florida will recede noun on said day. at
taxation and business -
legislation. or what your or profession .
face the alternative of losing even more that the CBD is no longer in the' ,>* ifl-flfl &(1o k. on then orningi j d.ior of the Court Hou- in lu.idfoid -
Works for you against public is. the Chamber' of ,i of Mauh 6, UG:2. in the immn I'ountr, Florida 1 will of- I BY
of their business to the space-age competition enviable position of having a monopoly Commerce serves you. : -'i the Courthouse, for the I ftr for -ale and ill to tho
waite and extravagance. It j I following: : highest hiddoi. for a.-h in haiut
of regional shopping centers. trade. He blamed the decline in C;llP '1
on ,
The Chamber does so many 'metmn1blin.1* tn be Installed thA\,O\V d -"inhi-d propel t\
One very significant point was on obsolescence in buildings and man supports all measures which many things, .this 'question is 1 in the Courtroom lP- j of aid delenda.nl to satitf ,

made, however-and that was, this: agement. "Merchants 'who have been, are'good, for you and your hard: to answer, in so short an 'i .stairs tat Room:hall. and Jury the Ro.m.Registrar's Photo- said execution

i "Many shopping enters would never able to maintain themselves inthe past,|.I business and opposes those article. ':'in t

have be n" built If the 'town's central because of ,
simply a virtual monopoly,! ; a future hearing. .j. I
I e
t business" district i h'ad taken steps t in will have to hange their methods or:Bcasley Bids ,, Items reported missing by I S To A Lucky Contestant On
-time. face extinction," was his blunt warning. Lewis were a Polaroid camera !j \

That is'the position in which'Starke CBD merchants facing.modern competition For Council Post; valued at $150, a man's ring I II 4%? I 1" ARE TAXES TV's "Price Is Right" Recently

finds itself today So far our CBD has i scientific competition' 7 v .' !I valued at $100, a wallet and ,,

escaped tte! fierce' competition of-a smart 'competition and'new 'compe At' KeystoneM. key case. a pair of sheets : 1 TAXING YOUR

fringe-area! shopping nter-and the tition' that can take advantage of new* and two pillow cases. ''Deputy 1' r1 l\ SEE- "The Mysterious Island"

CBD 'merchants might have nothing'to developments. in merchandizing and the! .L. [Lesl !Beasley, former II Sheriff Willard Williams 'said 1 ; 11"L 'fl BUDGET? At The Florida Theatre This Week
fear'ori'thig.. score for 'of "*" '" mayor of Keystone Heights, :he ring was hocked in
many use space. for $2.50 and ,that it and the'
will 'seek to fill the I
years-IF they take in time! vacancy Solve the problem by
steps ; Hammer declared l that CBD wallet have been Hil1"AT
and "The
: eft on Keystone's council by' key case, Lovely "Maple
One of the speakers described the merchants I SEE:
must adopt a new apprpach the resignation of J. L. Heth- recovered. borrowing the cash you

j t three '/cJa ses of CBD businessmen as: of working together for thVcommon) erington. The camera was hocked at a ,need from us. It's simple ,

1. 'The Defeatiststhose who are good. "This will call for a degree of co B asley was the only person pawn shop in Jacksonville, the do to ".

convinced that the CBD is doomed and operation-even among to file a petition qualifying ceputy said, and has not. yet' ,to ; easy repa,} S
there is nothing to tie eompetitors"l' i been recovered. : Terms are arranged in ':',:;
done about it. he declared. Admittedly, as a candidate in the ..

;These are the owners of obsolete buildIngs hard to ''accomplish, but it must be done I sppcial election on Tuesday I :". line with your budget.

: which are doing "untold damage" if the CBD is to survive in the mer March 6.Hetherington. Bradford Business

to the CBD, and must somehow be elim chandizing revolution.In I'I' resigned last Better In December,
\ mated from the month when he was transferred
scene (if not improved). their warnings, as well as their'
to Wilmington, by
2. 'The ,liri1c1e-Se ker8. These are advice, these men have given us muchto the DuPont Company His I If saies tax collections: are

the ones: who are looking for an easy think about. term would have expired Dec. an accurate gauge, business I LOANS TO $600 _
and i inexpensive rin Bradford County was sligh'ly -
,'the way out. They include Starke's CBD right now is in an, 31, 1962. better in December 1961

"mall enthusiasts" and the promoters enviable position. So far it has escaped Beasley was defeated in the than"it was in the same TOWNFINA1E
: of other'superficial gimmicks. the 1 regular election last December -'I
competition of
a big new fringe- I month of 1960.Comptroller .
t.Jhe speaker, said that a majority of by R. ,L. Walker after
area shopping center such as has Ray Green' reports -
malls] have been abandoned and that cently shaken the CBD of Mount Dora serving seven consecutive I' : : collections of $17,070-54 co. k'Iw'
: ;the successful ones in the U. S. I' terms as mayor.At I
could and numerous other small towns en sales last December, while 400 W. Madison St.
i, .he numbered on the fingers of one hand. throughout the nation. After the its meeting Tuesday : December 1960 collections 1 1I l' J I I!! J IIIj
shop- night the council also passeda '
ti Malls will ijo: ,little to solve the basic dif ping center I were 1607703. 144 '\ Call St. '
L was started, Mount Dora i iCRD. resolution recommendinga 1Ph..964.9O91
:; ,I ficulties of the CBD, it was said. merchants Gasoline sales also were LaRue CorporationPhone
I 1 got ,all worked up and change in route for the
with collections of the
V. ?. The final l up, '
I .group} -the Realists: had meeting after meeting to see what proposed Sunshine State I
those wh6 II I seven cent tax reported at !
to panic in the .
I face they could do about holding trade in the Parkway toll road through $51,674 on December 1961' 964.8611
of (difficulties. These are the this section of Florida.Teenagers "
ones established
business district. : '
How much sales, as against $47,337.50 I t Ti
; secure n .realistic: and practical plan better it 1'1 1'1n '
: would have 'been if they had' ( sales in December I960. I

< for rejuvenation: ofthe" CBD and 'Who shown' "some of this enthusiasm and Plead I.. I ILL : .f'f '. ," '" .. ", .
'work at it until l the plan .
succeeds. willingness
cooperate and work '* '
It Was suggested i Guilty (',\ FOR BID '
that the best' so. BEFORE the shopping center The Poard of County Com f afS
lution for the small town CBD would was established! B & E Charges miss-loners of Bradford County,' ;:i a::: :; : .
1 t"'be its I Florida will receive sealed bidsat -- 't
conversion'into'a '
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regional : -
shop. *
There is 13:00 o'clock on the morning S
center' ,of i it : j'\'rong with I. After pleading guilty to4-o JHarch 6. 1962:!, in the court j ,. -r 'c .,. _ts. r N.
gping: $ own. Remodellingand.moderriizuiff l 'Star e's CBD"that a little practical: rHO III. in the eourthuobe for. tae S- .,). ,,'._.. .&,: "'-. '. .s.. 4. ', 7.Z._' .'
charges of breaking and enter- XX ;;i---4: ::
.; along'these'lines with planning and following: 5'S _
cooperative effort can i :ng Tuesday before County Painting And Patching The -

adequate parking! space l provided, would{ not remedy. Without a plan, however Judge T. A. yawn one teenager I Following: .. .,- 'S4i. 'S __ I
results will I 1. roURTIIOOMa. .. -. '. _-' ...."- '( .o' % ( *,...,_. _
Jftetyr fqrestalHhe. development of a new be neff ti\"e. The time is was bound over to the Staining and varnlshinsf all : .s:7; -
: ripe, we feel, to adopt I,May term of circuit court and j windows.I .: :
regional a practical woodwork. "
all y. -
shopping plan
ih h Varnishing
center :
some other : xz
and work at it. Unless do another was released in the I Applying :3: coats of Super ." ; ... w t tA
'.firea,, it was said. 4 we there is the ieil- '. '( ': ': _ _ 5'
always of her aunt. KPHI Tone or equal on j qv*"" r* **f -- -
d that "alternative". ., custody I \\ng. fl % : ; : &i S.
Jft 1 A 19-year-old youth, Monroe -' d. Applying primer and sealer 'c:5 c+5 4g-..... _

rForF return Since it has never ; Carter, and: a 17-year-old 'on Walla. (Color to be decidedlater ; ; __
) ,
>, rnjers I been reported, no loss is allowable girl are charged with entering 2. UI'STAinS HALL -" -: HI -- ; r wa; [ _

: : If such a'loss the residence of Pace LeWisI a. .\pph'ingtwo coats Super. e .. 'V.- i.
I was claim-
I .
Kern Tone or equal on ceiling.b. .'
!Tax ; tf i, it would reduce the actual I lives eight miles west One coat primer and Dealer S .*-..,-- .-- : -- -

I.. Questions And Answers I[I !income' received and would 1 of 'Starke on S. R. 16. They on c walls.One coat stain and varnish .

be entirely incorrect. The expense'of'raising -I admitted entering the house
--, I This is the Ford Fairlanes new CIialenger260"V-8.
1 several times during the past ..
I ; such damaged ,
I 4Vhat.. typt:$. of -income .azt -,2luit rqf tee 'loan i is received crops are, of course.. dedllt"t.f.iDle. year. Lewis is a bachelor employed -: I4EATIBESUREIOCHOOSE
\ taxable to the farmer? in the. year of sale the excess ------- by'DuPont. rGAG FOQ There's no other FS/ike it.It's the latest in, a series ofFord V-8.triumphs

r Generally, all aim. sis taxable ID'that year. 'I Carter is still in the Bradford I ft .
is taxable ftrppe'ipU- \sales Under' ertain' circumstances -I! Brownie: Scouts County Jail under a $1- TAKE7HI6TIPFBOMTHOSEWMOUSEIT'. that started back in 1932 when Ford introduced the world's first popular-( -

\ of crops;,livestock, poultry, the'sale1 1 of timber owned I 500'bond.. Deputy Sheriff "

t. .dairy 'producestlmb'eK: soil for more'than six ,months i Plan Trip .To Jax -Willard Williams says the boy'I I priced V8. Today-30 years and 30 million V-8's Iater the Challenger

/ bank payment, eLe. All non: 11 f constitutes the sale of a capital intends to plead guilty to Circuit :! I (

.\ farm income is also taxable -assetnd any gain on the The Brownie plans.a Scout to tlie'cura.mer Troop ofStarke .Ii Judge George 'Patten i!r *260"( adds new fuel to the hottest performance record in V-8 history. It

lo farmers uness'specifically 1 I Jiaje would receive the more trip j
exempt This: ,;includes: : favorable; i capital gains treat- Art Qallery in Jackson::11.' ge,1 F I
: t" difidendsju i taxenfc similarly ;"ville on-Tuesday, Feb. 20, leav- Dunagan, the Masonic 1 1I gives you all the time-tested toughness of iron-with a lightness and compactness -,
1 ''Interest rents ...rid : the sale of pallbearers, neighbors. and
royalties.- livestock held for draft, breed- ;, ins from the SUrke Elementary ._I'friends for the food, flow muscular 164 this
.1 :.iron had before. A lip new Challenger
Schoolat never ]
'''hat'Jneme is exempt:? i mg, or dairy?purposes can,re- \ 2 p. m. Upon arrival -'II ers and other acts of kindness. ,

K Exempt Income includes 50- 'su1t in capital gains under be given Jacksonville' they will: .-The Lappe family. "260"V.8 is all sparkle and smoothness. It runs on regular '
,fial security! payaxents, in- Certain cu-cumsjances. a guided tour of the-" snap, yet gives
icrest 'on staU ,C ulltY',- and '! ,Any f aimer having, sales-ef [
'municipal bonds, gifts and inheritances -'I this1, )kind Should refert to therarmefa r All, parents of Brownies who you helter gas mileage than any standard-size G-cijlinder cal: Price andyou're !
are not I''j
accompanying their -- ....... ..
,*loan and .the Je- Tax Guide to Jee,if 'j -*-
daughters are reminded to send I Fairlane\-8 'carries smaller than
in for surprise a price some
'paymeiit'of loans oweth'jo particular *a1s quality.i la written permission' slip or For .. : tag

Tefunds.war veterarU'and- life pemions kinsura-tax ce I I Thi Internal guide Revenue-Senicei,is prepared. by; and the I the to make child the will trip.not ,be allowed' I Dependable Gal.SERVICE' compact: :Sixes. And, of course, a Fairlane'gives;you big-car room and fine

proceeds ieceid because'-of i'a can-be
copy obtained tUiiLrLMATaRr
ath:. 4 the district'-director's 4reeJrm office The Brownies,by Mrs.will J. D.be Warren accompanied ,I ". car quality youTi; find in no other car anywhere near Fairlane's amazing]
Does ( farm 'incomeVeFtelve
JOT from-.the IpcaJ county

,fpecial treatment under. :.Rgent.. ,' *, assistant,' leader leader Mrs.; T.Mrs.g.} Ritci J. E.!; ; \1 Phone 964-7551, low price. There's never been 'a buy like Fairlane! because there's never

'ccrtalrfcircfemstaaces1 ..prKeedsi from iinsunmce ,
-crogi -
Hardy ) I
?l Yes-lTba, includes, leansobjfalned ; taxable? i ; and .[1'5 N. B. Rosier. I After 'Hours Call been a car like Fairlane; that's .hythiSall-ney..car from F rd'is nselling < '' .

', from'the" -Commodity "Any; amount received for CAEDOFTHAMvS* I, Bill at Keystone,' ,
"tredit -.corpoaUo Normally I damage :tocrops constitutes. I 4609 Other "new-size' car! ;1 :: ,5' PRODUCTS t ttUlLANE

$ farmer,WoU1d reportthe in taxable income. I I We wish to extend our sincere every '

come from.(.;tles of commodUies Then' ire, losses en' uninsured thanks to those who in any 6 : I '
In the < year ot.. aIe.} Vreps deductible I: way showed' their kindness to _I Bottled BulkMetered

However; the Jaw allows the I< No-lor this reasonr- -'The I us in--the illness and loss of our .

farmer'receiving' a loan on,a i itommodity 'fanner,of coutse.'loses incpme'whjch ', husband and' :father, Harry "' "

.; to elect,,'if,he ,so |" he anticipated he ,would i Lappe. We especially thank\I j'Ns" mm, *.content. batoyi; FORDF

Desires;tOi i report' the l loan, aa'I Income get for the damaged crops; ) those at the A chu&' General i a.V His'sYeck w-t.Pp. 'I. .

) in the year celved. (,,iiQwever, (this !income has 1 Hospital, Dr. .John Crego Rev. S I- -.-
:|f any amount over thee *- never been reported on his tax| Bob Badgett, 'Rev. W. M. b. He has 't any stock to go, RANGES I '

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'.... ... :THE. BRADFORD COVNTYTELGRApH U you're. the refrigerator raider WASHERS "W : 500 ...Right sue k i; price. ..
4. : -- :ESTABLISHED 1878 Right between compacts and big can "J\, \
I t type who forages niidiiightsnacks I DRYERS t' I
make sure'that there Whatever for in look the Ford lina
I 'j t i nori4aeldeat ,weckty you're looking a car, to long,
.- ., Newspaper Pubjished Con is always an ample iupply of i! HEATERS
tFlt911 E S S im 1 Under TheE ,*iUk fresh rich milk on) ,HOT WATER .

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:I:0"' ; Editor and Owner,' FALCON G\L\XIE/500 THUNDERBIRD '.
.. -I *. JLmcrio'i bcif idling compact Its silence trhupen quality Unique ia all the flOrid ,


I 'ft 0 ONX: YCAR ? 'S-OO: ONC YEAH '. 9.t9

1 : .;. 4lK KONTH 1.'. ,*IX MONTHS .' zoo t I 1 TERWILLEGAR MOTORSi-

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I. E&ch Thomday a.ad Entend u Second Qua Matter H .'

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:THURS.i. FEBRUARY, 196"? .. Bft.U'F'OHD COJY, fEtEGRAl. 'STARKfc,,'FLORIDA'h _.. ._n' ___ '" r.\rr FIVE .
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5 I,yyyy..yyyyyy..t I Farmers.Mutual I I -' :'.CASDOF.THAXltSWe I FMfid'ar t--e1> 1MS Defter"JoeCOO Florida. tHmtainingone acre, In Thr {'_lit,. JuUseV C art Of months from the dale'of the
,5I I II NamesPicked ,,' :. ';" .. I r.UHdinff 'Cent Restaurant nhlrE'.r les and being more Bradford County, Florida. I I first publication lOr this not ve,
I ,1' ta1'ke''Ior da,; 1-0101-0069!) Ketnello particularly described as follows or the tame wit beconit- \ ifi
WILLIAMS1 I I STATE FARM ;I Exchange Opens. ; : wish, jtQ expressheartfelt' ,.our' O Starke Motel! StarkeFlorida : I : For 'a point of b giuiuncr, Landrum In RE:, Estate Drceased.NOTICE of. T. Frank : according to Ian This' January
:, 1 For Next Gov. .,,- ftpjjreqqtfcin{> f for ; I-01M-001 FredericksAgme ooinnienie on the South bouiidaiv I i 1". Uti:. I
Farmer's Market! ,'expressions > ? E loifttey Florida. ; h of saidSection! !9 at a point TO CREDITORSAll
I the, ; $f KindnesJhroa < : >ti9' I' First Publication I
JEWELRYREPAIRS Ii i OJOl-AOflJ Kelly John k Camp 1C5 I feet Easterly of the Snith- persons hating claims or'I
[By Mrs. E. F. Mayton] ;hout the: fllnesB! ql Qar'owed ':' 131st1diFfaida' ; 1-Olflt-jxm/ v. cst corner of the East< half of j lemands rgainst the estate ofT : January 25 152.ts 1
Announcement was made Capitol press correspondent one We espefHdijf L garias Thomas or Kntvan.Ii the \\e-t half] of said -,!+lth'a t j t Frank andrum, deceased' j SHIRLEY ..\ ) '>IAdministratrix
LAALAAAAU.uaAAAAAW this week of the opening of Allen Morri| gives'a two- I : : J ra.. Max Starke' i'torMa.; I-Of 41-04l1!' quarter! "f Southeast tjiiarts'! ". j jinh I are hereby notified and rwjuired I of the F. ate
-nkful ,foe, c orteaies:e i- Lewis W n S8TH !tied..-;!] Rat thence X..rth 2 decrees O.'iniiiutes to file their claims in the office j I I of T. Frank Laadrnai. deceawd." (j
Mrs. R. P. McLendon and Farmers Mutual ,Exchange, a yearsbeforeposttime prediction tended ftjrjng : of .be- talion <*! Hii) RlsndingFlorida;' West .1 di..t'luI.f! 420:! i if..t't "f the County Judge of Brad- Hollis V'. Knight
: LOn.. Jim. sent the weekend farmer cooperative! located ,in of the prospects for the : lfrt-eoO MsniXt-s S* ft Camp run thence.Xorth: S9 degree [ *>rd County. Florida In the ,! :Starke::: Florida
eavetaentor .
All Work GuaranteedA. i 1964 in the } the ,(Jelitious 1, Flit Rd hu 'l. ridy; 1-1)I't-1 t-1 east and {,ara!'.>! to the i mth :'oufit Court house at .'tar;;e, Attorney for -\dminl'tl'l:-\
i i m Tampa with Mrs. McLen- ; the ,west half of the'nort i governor's race 1 Ifood,,.n.lvwers and outer acts bfkindnessThe j axlt Kenneth; E tOJXD: Infantry; boundary nf said Section !9 t. a' Florida, within eight! calendar t-:!:' 4t15:
C. Williams j don's sister,. Mrs. McDonell buildingFarmers at the Starke State, : February issue cf Florida AYO 919 :San Frj.mMCall, : distance! of 103 feet: run thence i,
1 20 family'of. Frank, I fo.rnia, ; l-dlOl-OOlS Pruitt AY Oi! South 2 degrees 3, minute... KaM ,
Trend Magazine and names ,
142 W. Call St. I and family. Market.. O." Peterson. I ;Commerce :Street Montgomery : .1 distance of 420 feet to tier '
J' possible contestants in the .. I Alabama: 1-0HI1.00ll5 Quinn ; South boundary of said Section i
Mrs. DsWitt Sinclair is .The announcement was t j i'PEIfsOXS J.. n. '
Starke j ,
article. I Thomas StarXe Florida: ; JU104031 '' *' run thence South 89 degrees ) Home
Fla.'i| visiting her mother, Mrs. t i, made by Vernon Hall,. district; i Rtir-ertson Joe Box 731 : \Vfct along !aul South line a '! Thrifty ImprovementsStart
Clarke in Moultrie, Ga. this: supervisor for the Cotton.Producers Heading the list of Morris' %0T8'R.. .' 8sflr! +M' i Pfhrke Fla: l- tOt-ll17 Shepherd ,, distance of 103;; feet to point of j
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PPKIRIMJ TO Finley Jay 172.VD Infantry tht-refroiu j
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';;" i : excepting I Here
.f" I I .veek. Association with headquarters prospective candidates was BK -
i; OF Camp Blandmg Florida; j any portion Ij'ing within tin ,
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby ,: in Atlanta Ga. Mr. Secretary of State Tom Adams ,: ABt>DO\RD PROPERTY 1-0101-0018 Thomas Mrs ElaineH i light of way of a county grad '
i Pursuant co Section 13 of Chapter : Starke Florida l-om-001 ;i
: : ed road
_'6' were visitors in Jacksonville !! Hall said: that the operation followed closely by Jackson- ; ;11, Floridatatutes; entitled \Volff Lou lilandiiif! C.liter which said mortgage was a"
1N rtewthrfromMAICO last Friday. i' here will be a direct agency i', ville Mayor Haydon Burns. "Florida Disposition of Starke. Florida signed to Pioneer Finance Com j jpanv. I
rm-laimed Property An," notice : 2-15 2t 2-22 ', b
:which former State Senator Doyle a Florida Corporation \ ,
Mrs. E. under CPA he
J. Mayton was a'I is hereby' given that the jnrsona' -- Assignment IhldI'ril 23.ii: | \ I
I business visitor in Jacksonville : as' a farmer cooperative, own- E. Carlton, Jr., ant former : listrd below appear to he the I and recorded in Offkial Records
sLr Collins. I owners of abandoned property. In The CruU: Court Of Florida Book 11 45 of the puhlu I
Governor i
LeRoy page
controlled farmers. ..
cd and .
Tuesday. | by Information concerning 'the amount i i:."hth jHdirlnl ('lrcuil. Iii I records of Bradford ( ...lDlY. .
!1 Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Swan i'j Wayne Sapp of Starke will Congressman William C.1! or description of the And For ItradfArd Caunty. In ', Florida. That. Pioneer FtnaneeCompany
i Cramer also mentioned!! property and the name and address ('hanrery. is the good faith purchaser :'
was )
'; HEARING spent the weekend in Orlando be manager of the local op-
i I of the holder may be obi!! Pioneer Finance Company, and holder in due tours o !I
GLASSES with relatives. ;i eration. .: along with former State Sen- tallied by any persons;. possessing A Corporation. Plaintiff lnla f>( said mortgage and the Promissory :
,: manufactures ator Fred C. [Bud) Dickinson -' an interest 'in the property Hell Terrell, DeCendant.NOTICK Xotecurfd thereby You i'
Mrs. E. F. Mayton and Mrs. Hall said that ,CPA l
addressing .
an inquiry to :
Ray are required to file your answeror lI
k: Hi Fi Clarity 1 C. H. Haddock entertained I feed fertilizer, and., Circuit Judge Robert L.J; E. Green State Comptroller as The State Of Florida To: Lula other defenses if any in th. '! I
Featherweight Comfort Administrator, Abandoned Pro Bell Terrell. Route 2, Box 4A:' WE CARRY EVERYTHING FOR I INDOOR
Circle 3 of the Methodist insecticides; is engaged in the Floyd, State Rep. Ben ,i Office of the Cl.rk of the' Circuit .
Sec the Exciting New I petty Division Capitol Tallahassee btarke, Florida Court in and for Bradford I
WSCS at the home. of the former marketing of pecans, cotton, Griffin, Jr.. House Speaker: Florida. Be sure to men- You Are Hereby' Notified hat County, Florida on or before AND OUTDOOR FIXtT.
w t AMA@COMr. }f, Wednesday afternoon. grain and peanuts; and is al- : designate Mallory E. Horne.;: tion account number, name and' a !sworn affidavit as ro your ;> the 19th day of Mann. 1962 and, A. B. C. Finance
havebeen .
address, as published in this les.dence; and a Complaint at the same time, serve' a cop
Mrs. George Huggins gave the so the largest broiler produc- ,' and Horida Development .. notice. Unless proof of ownership filfd against you in the i of the same upon Clayton.
t Commission ChairmanDir1 is presented to the holder above named "ouii wherein the' 4rnov\ Duncan & Johnston. and
in the
R. C. Powell devotional and Mrs. Vernon i ing company., tor 1 by April t':, 1962, the property Plaintiff seeks to foreclose] amortgagE' South Main :tret. OainosvlikFlorida : : -. .
Wendell Jarrard.
i i Smucker gave a program on, east. will he delivered to the Admin given 1 hy you tn' Attorneys for tin
here I istrator. Thereafter all further Southern Stal"'"- t*oflS1 Fuel lion Plaintiff herein *nd. !tn.>n tail
the work of the Methodist { Initially, the Operation Also mewio'.rtl as possibilities Phone 964.5291
A ,Laboratory Trained 'i' claims must be directed' to the and Supply Corporation, dated : ure to do so, a Decree Pro Con-
I' Churches in Latin America.Mrs. I rill consist of servicing pa- for the. race were state :, Administrator April 23.: 1980 and recorded in i I fefwi will ,be entered against; Complete Line of Hardware
Hearing Aid Consultant 1 tions in this with seed, Scott i Hay R. Green Official! Kei-ords Book 11. page
Mayton, circle chairman,; area Sen. Kelly State Rep. you i
) records of
As AdministratorIolo1 j 421:! of the public j Witness hand and official
from ', presided over a short business ) feed, fertilizer, and farm supplies "- ,I I John E. Mathews, and Johpj,( -'0006 Birmingham Private )1 Bradford CU n1'r. Florida, covering : seal, at 'tarkenradford my County -
session, after which refreshments Hall said. ''1 M. McCarty. Closing the impressive Lloyd Company B 142XD Infantry the folUiwing describfd j i Florida this 10 day of Bradford Building Supply
MaicoHearing } Camp Rland'ng- Florida 1- : property situated l in Bradford I February 196!.
were served to 20 mem- I At a meeting held here last list were Supreme' H01-0001 CO 116TH F A BX :, County. Florida, to-wit: SHAD)
fall farmers from all sectionsof O'Con-j Purchaser Officers Mess' Fund; A narctl of land in the East'
Court Justice
ters and one visitor. Stephen Charles! A: Darby, Clerk of
Service ;! i 1-OOS6-3220/ Carter C :T 01 .M II half ;of th" \Ve-r half of Southeast ,
the their ('irt: 'nit Cc.urt 301 E. Call Street
county signified neil, State Sen. Verle A. Pope.iand
Friends here regret to learnof I ;I;; Box 6S3 Siarke Fla: l-01U-OOfl7( ( ; Qiai-ei of Somheast Quarter ,
I i L. Cronbv, D C
; lesire for a local cooperative, State Sen. Ed H: *Price* Chiids! Capt John j;, IfQ CO Section 9, Township !6 .SoiUiHang" HI : Marian i. l,
Jacksonville 2, Fla. kill be In Mrs. Pat Duroin's accident : 103RD Infantry Camp Wanding 22:! East Bradford ,'ounr>', 2-1- 41 >

Stacie: Tiu day, Febl: 20th at1!: !ast week. :, Han said and elected the following Jr. 1.. .....- ... ---- -<- -,-- -
directors: Lucian Conner ,, ,Author of the syndicated I!
KOCH'S' DRUG STORE. (Cornel\ I Maurice Edwards Jr., A. newspaper column "Cra keT'jI

In for a free hearing test and'' TIlE RIGHT POINT for the',; B. Whitehead, Bryant Reddish -,; Polities,*; Morris has observed j I Ii -

demonstration, or phone for anj I way you tvrltf. Come in and I .Lloyd Dpi, and Wade ]i iGaskins. i the Florida political, scene' '

appointment in your home.. No'!select your favorite 'fcSf ER-+ :since 1939.. I, 'If
CPA operates primarily in BIEThere's M'ISLED
obligation., ,BROOK Fountain Pen: TELE
I GRAPH.AMBULANCE j Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, ,, AT THE TABERNACtE :: '

,. _, J ji i Florida, and Arizona. Starke' t:
will be the seventh in Florida, : Schedule of Sunday ser,
I with others operating at vices: Bible School,JO a. m..;

SERVICE Gainesville Lake!: City Live Sunday; Morning Worship, 11 :

PHONE 964-2600 Oak Madison,. Trenton, and a, m. Evening Worship, 7:30'

DeWitt Chiefland.An p. m. Bible Study and Mem-,'
C. Jones Funeral Home Only One Pyroiax Gas I
DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director 1, open house is planned at ; ory Work,Meeting 7:30 p. m.Thursday.I IPrayer :'

I the local cooperative on Feb. .!
Starke, Fla. 24. Hall said.: 3 p. m. Bible Questions An-, -

RENTAL SERVICES swered. Friday, 7:30: p. m.": t

: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches The Board CALL of FOR County BIDS Commissioners !', Program ,Meeting, Saturday DELIVERED TO YOU IN THE BIG GRAY CYLINDERS

of Bradford County, f 7:30. : p. m.
.ra..a..o. Florfda will receive sealed bids'at '' Rev. Harry F. McGee, who
10:00 o'clock, on the morning I
of March 6, 1962 in the <, has been occupying the Pro 1 0 I
GLASS That's Our Business (,courtroom in the courthouse, ,,; phet's Room is now minister- -,
for the following:
"If It's Glass We Have It" Ow Electric Typewriter with s'i: ing in Wilmington, N. C.lIETIIODlSl" .
--5-- -5-- :21 inch carriage and Merit, Pica
., CALL 1FRI'I'E'or VISIT Tj'p", '
The Board offers for trade in CHURCH
FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S one Ro>al Electric Typewriter, ''

GLASS Clerk's which] office may in be the seen courthouse In the; !,I Schedule for week of Feb.

CO.NOT The Board Reserves the right 'i 18: 0I
to refect any and all bids. -
Church School '
( INC.) (SEAL) :i Sunday : /
Charles A Darby, Clerk' ',! 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship,
"Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co." 2-15 2t ::122'THE
i 11 a, m. Snack Supper I'I :
We Design Modern Store Fronts RIGHT POINT for THej I!I MYF, 6 p. m. Youth Meetings, '

Just Mail Us A Pattern For way yon write. Come in and 6:30:, p. m. Junior Choir rehearsal 0 ..
Table Tops .elect your favorite ESTER 7 p. m Evening Worship I +

1313 N.'W. 4th PK Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 BROOK Fountain Pea TELE-! 7:30: p. m.
GRAPH. I I I The Citywide Religious Census

I will be taken this Sunday

; afternoon. Those who are to G

l: help with this are. asked to
I r,: meet at the First Baptist

ANNOUNCING. Church at 12:30.: ,

.. : Monday Commission on'

Membership and Evangelism

T TGay's :,: m.will meet at the church. 7 p. :. H Hr

Tuesday WSCS monthly:

business and program meeting ;!'

: Appliances I WednesdayMission, 10 a. m.. at the church.Study :;, "

course "The Meaning ; I ",
sponsored by ..
Suffering, ...
WSCS and taught by the -
YOUR pastor, 7:30 p. m. i.
Thursday Chancel Choir':

rehearsal, 7:30: p- m. i, ,
Franchised ':

Children's Room ;

At Library '<

fIliI II IDIIIIRtEuealer) Gets Face Lifted 'i}i I -,,... ,

The Children's Room at the

Starke Library has recently un,
: .=.
;. :
dergone a face lifting with the

addition of new curtains chairs,' .R '. ..
IN STARKE AND VICINITY tables, and stools in a cherry: -

finish, according to Mrs: Bess

Burns, head librarian .
Four.hundred new books have:

ALSO : been added to the children's:

collection on loan :from ttie: .

: Florida State Library, Mrs..,
Franchised : Burns said. The table and chairs

,were purchased from Remington -'
Rand the Friends of the REMEMBER!
.. Library. by :, Over 38 years of experience make PYROFAX Gas the LEADER in the bottled

The adult collection at the

EMiry library has recently added: gas business-ryou just can't buy a more dependable fuel service. '; t ,. ,
Dealer about 100 new books, among; .<'.
: them, the following from the I COMPARE-POINT BY POINT!

,best seller list: .
; SPIRIT lAKE, JCajitor. ;; ,
LITTLE ME, 'Ratrick, Dennis; rigidly tested to meet the highest specifications, pro- 5. Finest containers and equipment made to Company's

THE CHAIRMAN' *OP'.' THE viding you with a clean-burning fuel and full heat value. rigid specifications and to
BORED1>, Streeter;' THE MAKING -I design exceed the industry's

Radio .. &TVAMDSSERYICEMAYTAG OF THE PRESIDENT, 2. Guaranteed supply assured through your written safety requirements. .

.; ,,I960.SHEEP.. White Lederer; A NATION; CITIZEN OF agreement with Pyrofax Gas Corporation. ,

I, ., .HEARST >Swanberg; MY SABER 3. Free equipment replacement if needed, no matter THERE'S ONLY ONE "PYROFAX GAS" 1

IS. jBENT,, aar KIDNAP '
'r "' how long it has been installed..

LINDBERGH"CASE, warier 4. FULL VALUE you are guaranteed in writing, that
and )3OR1'RAI''lW.G '
WAt! ; '}tots.! ',, each type R "Pyrofax" gas CYLINDER contains a' full DEPENDABLE

AND DRYERS Ms'. 'Be, t Gi1siues>> ', tc'h airI .
I '
,man of Bode Sale s Comadttee -
,...1 h. : of the Friends of the Library
. *
WATCH FOR OURGRAND .trill announce-the date ,
... for the Spring Book Sale assoon Pyrofax
Gas Corporation i
as possible. Anyone having -

j' OPENING I books" to donate- Is 'askedo 1: 24 HOUR SERVICE

'\ f ,phone Mrs. ,McMaines ,or

.. .
t" H '
; ,
-355-N. TEMPLE ,AYE. PHONE 964-7511 ::1'; THE RIGHT'PDIiT. for the, ', .. -

I \nJ' tea write. Cane In and i ielect I LEONARD VARNES

1 .._ TOOT farcftte'ESTER-J: I.: Manager
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Brooker Plant Everett Discusses Jr. Hi Cagers .organization can be worked out.
Brooker Gas Plant I Anyone who V wishes to' bowlin Register's Oil I I Bradford 4-H Girls j MAYOR'S COURT

Area Effects Down KeystoneFor this league .should contact|! Leads Bantam i ii i On Exhibit Team

I I At Rotary Club the Recreation Department before -.i I Starke Mayor's Court got

Are Discussed I\i I 6th Win Friday night. i The Batam Basketball Lea- At State Fair :j back down to a normal load
The construction and oper- The Recreation Departmentwould gue is in its third week with, i with 11 cases coming before

\1 I ation of the new Florida \! like to see more than Register Oil Co. in first placewith I I Bradford County 4-H girls Mayor Randal Chitty this
The 'eff ct ,on this area of I I Bradford High School's I I!, will be members of the Hostess Monday.
Hydrocarbons Inc. plant in Junior i four team league. I tV a 4-0 record.
the natural gas pipeline expansion -t I I Bradford County was discusstd >, high basketball squad tI j I Local Finance Company is I,1: Team at the 4-H Club exhibit William Francis Oster failure -

program and the new I| at the Rotary Club Wed- !! composed of seventh and & Rec Facilities I'second with a 2-2 record. while I i at the Florida State Fair in to yield right-of-way,

Florida Hydrocarbons plant,!I nesday by H. H. Everett, superintendent j I.I eighth graders, won its. sixth V A' 1qp- t Court Shoe Repair has a 1-3', Tampa Saturday, Feb. 17, according i fined $27.50; sentence sus-
iiow under construction near !i of operations for i game of the season last Friday I Being ImprovedAt record. ,' to Miss Dorothy Ross. pended.

'Brooker, were discussed by W. the project. AccompanyingMr. 43-33 from Keystone aLE: I Brooker, sponsored by Andrews -: Home demonstration agent. !' Jean Terry canvassing

,:5.: Bowen, president of The Everett to the meetingwas Heights before the entire BHS Pratt Playground i i I Drugs, has a 1-4 record. 4-H members from this without a city permit, fined

Houston' Corporation, at the A. P: Munden. superin- student body. -- I I of the Recreation Fa-1 1I iI i|I! Games are played at the Na-'!i I county who will greet visitors ; '$22.50.

I ihird annual employees dinner tendent of the Houston Cor- While winning the half dozen I r ITSome cilities tional Guard armory on Friday -:;,, and explain the exhibit and :' Allen Willetts, reckless driving -

held In Gainesville Thursdayof poration's natural gas compressor I I games Coach Len Register'sfive Slade Drivers Win, Safety Awards the Pratt are now Street being Playground.improved;!j[ Feb. 16, and Tuesday, Feb.'1 4-H Club work will be Cheryl : in a school zone, for

last week. plant north of Brook has lost only three. Donald I.I.at The '20, at 3:30: and 4:30.: ; bhealy and Karen Lee. The feited bond of $27.50.
A. P. Munden, superintendent Falcon was the team's Five drivers of the Slade Gas.|I I, sonvilie insurance firm exe- tennis courts have a !i 4-H exhibit is in the Educational Henry French Negro. disorderly -
of er.Mr. I Co. received one year safety a-. cutive who I new backstop which should lastfor V
Compressor Station No.
i presented the
maker i
point against
Everett said the conduct by gambling,
16, near Brooker a division the plant is "to put purposeof natural Keystone with 19, while ward pins at a breakfast held i I pins. many years. The old backi i:J DCT Attends !!j Staged by the 4-H Club Department ; forfeited bond of $27.50.
stop wire had holes in it and ,
in the Garden Restaurant Wed- ,
of .the Houston Texas Gas & Dwight Elder had 10 Robert :: In making the awards Tul- of the Agricultural
fuel into Florida. : Careybell Simmons.
gas as a tennis players'had to chase Gainesville Meet : Negro.
..Oil Corporation was master of I I I The 5 1-2 to 6 million dollar Powell 6, Wayne McLeod 4, nesday of last week. I i lis praised the driving recordof I most of the balls outside of the I' Extension Service, the 4-H exhibit .::! disorderly conduct by gamb-
,Ceremonies at the dinner and I Pictured from left: Robert these men. which he said I :
I I will and Greg Reddish and E. Ak- II is on display during the i
plant be located on a 40- Whitehead court area. Now-with the new! The D. C. T. students of Brad- 'mg sentenced. to five days
J. T. Parrish, Rus- miles I
was 500,000
introduced the without .
; speakers.
an I entire fair. Feb. 5-17.
ridge with 2 each. ;
acre site adjacent to and ford School attended the in jail.
I''I sell Norman, Hank Lott and I i iil backstop the tennis courts
Although the I accident. He said this record I .
original output'of Saturday. Feb. 17. will be1H
north of the compressor station The team's starting line-up look'better and will help the Cooperative Education Clubs o(I Jeraldine Simmons. Negro -
the Hydrocarbons"plant I I with a target date of I A chosen from among the six Leaton Mathews; Charles I'il compares favorably with American players keep the balls in the: Florida District II meeting at: Club Day at the fair atI I I' V disorderly conduct by
;will Sawyer, of the Truckers Association
be manager com statistics.
'propane, butane and Oct. 15 set for its completion.The I players named above and two !'I -, tennis area. i Gainesville High School last J) tended by around 5,000 boys j I gambling sentenced to five
'natural pany and Don Tunis Jack- ,., I '
gasoline, Mr. Bowen and :
The 4-H
plant will have an out- other eighth graders Steve I Saturday. : group will days in jail.Charles .
three outside !!I
I basketball
Discussed the possibility that of Tilley and Wayne Chitty, according 152 stage a program in the grand- :
put 5.300 barrels per day. Professors points. backboards will be !i Daniel Alvarez, Slade Gas' Edward Brown Jr.
in ethane I replacedwith
in the unit would be installed the speaker said, apportioned I'' to the coach. Register Jim Temple, Professors, 127 new braces since the old:Trainee was elected District stand at 10 a. m. During this i unlawful speed, forfeited bondof
future. Ethane loughly as 1,000 barrels of named Falcon as the most 'points. I: !' $27.50.
time Inger Hansen will
>i& essential to the LeadMen's ones have rotted. This work Representative in competition j receive -
?iidustries and its plastics butane; 1,300 barrels of grade consistent scorer and rebounder Lawtey 1 Buddy Elliott, Jaycees, 126[will be done this week. I with students from five north:, an award for the outstanding Leavy A. Ray failure tohave
availability gasoline; and 3,000 barrels of and "a boy with a lot of po- points. i i Florida cities. District II is! vehicle under control
here might lead to further developments Another improvement is the: 'i !; 4-H member in Brad- ,
propane. tential. He also named eighth Cage PlayLawtey Franklin Tomhnson, Stal- comprised of 22 counties in'northeast and causing accident, foi-
Mr., Bowen said. I moving of the Little
graders Dwight Elder and Boys ford County. The program will
Among the unique featuresof i lings, 118 points. I Florida. feited bond of $27.50.
Other speakers included J. Baaseball field 35 feet
B. Zachry general the plant will be the pro- Robert Powell and seventh and the Professors)| Townsend Strickland, Strick- the water tower towards I! Alvarez will attend the State! end with a special feature act Frank Whitney Hyall. reckless -

tendent of compressor superin-stations vision of facilities to store 70days' I grader Greg Reddish, who won their first two games oflthe t I land's, 110 points. the road. This will help away to from elim-' Convention at the Robert Meyer -j' provided by the fair. driving by speeding, fined
production. This will be came out for squad only last second half to take $17.50.
over Hotel in Jacksonville May Other 4-H members selected.
for the pipeline subsid- inate the traffic hazard and' ,
done to enable the plant to week, as potential outstanding the lead in the Men's Basketball!! Cecil Manning public intoxication -
iaries, who made a short talk give the players more area to! 3,4, and 5 and will be a candidate to attend the special fair day ;
hold back its output duringthe cage players. League. i! I forfeited bond of
on safety; and L. B. Gibson summer months when the Other- eighth graaders on I iI i Baby Tornadoes play in. It will also protect the!i for state president of C..1 and educational program are I $27.50.Nathaniel.
The Professors defeated Stal- E. C. His
.personnel director spectators from the campaign managerand :
who out- market is weak. the team are Wayne Hall. l 46-37 Play Here TonightStarke's possibility Alice Knight, and Janice Mott, Goodge vagrancy -
unea tne additional-employ- lings and won a last-min- of being hit with a foul ball. four delegates will accomp-,
ee benefit program After the plant is in oper- Tony Lawson, John Bradley, Ute battle against the Jaycees. any him. j Brooker. sentenced to three days in
instituted ation, it will have from 22 to Larry Williams, Steve Hewett, 36-32, in last week's action. Baby Tornadoes will Plans for next year will include jail; sentence suspended.
or improved .
during 1961. 25 persons employed in oper- and Mike Nichols. Other Lawtey defeated Stallings 37-;, see action at 3:30: today in the new lighting on the ten:- ..

Safety Achievement Awards ation and maintenance, the seventh graders are Bobby 33, and beat Strickland 40-27. .ocal gym against Keystone nis courts and a softball field

Jor without'operations throughout 1961 speaker said.Inltially Anton Wayne Blankenship, In other games the Jaycees, Heights in a game not included at the Southside School.

an accident involvingan the plant will extract -I. David Silcox, Scotty Rhoden. I defeated the Seniors 35-26, and in the team's regular ,
employee ..
disabling injury Dale fchedule. 1i.:
three components of Crosby, Bobby White, J Strickland's trounced the Seniors "
were presented to '
Compressor natural gas propane butane Tommy Lyon, and Ronald 59-17. The team now has a 12-6
Station 16, and District 7 Tomlinson.The won-lost record. OWN
and natural gasoline. Coach Dub
Warehouse at Perry and With each team having eight YOURIf! Words or less, one time ____
The gasoline will not be suit- team has only three Lowrimore said Wednesday he -------- .93 Memorials" Resolution ____h_- 5c per word
Gainesville. able for 1 games more games in the second half will start the with I not paid in advance _____________ 1.00 Cards
use as motor fuel remaining on its schedule the I game Andy h of Thanks, up to 59 words -____ 2.50

; dinner Among those attending the without being mixed with the first one set for Tues- standings are: fitrickland, Harold Bishop I HOME I Keyed or Blind Ads ----------________ 1.00 Over 50 words ______... __ __ 5c per word

were W. H. Gillett, other components, and mustbe day; February 20 with Lake I W L GB Bob Moody, Ernest Jenkins, I Each additional word over 20 ------___ 03 Display ads in Clarified! _____ 1.50 inch
general manager of Florida Professors 2 0 per
sent to a refinery some- City here. The second 'is with and David Dyal. PAY LESS I
Hydrocarbons, 'and H. H. Everett Lawtey 2 I BARGAIN
where for Lake Butler on Saturday February O. WE BUY sell and
blending, the I RENT trade I I ALL TYPE LAWN MOWERS
superintendent of operation speaker said. 24, here in the BHS I I Jaycees 1 1 1 Mixed Bowling Broadway OR SALE 309 N. hogs and horses. See I. SHARPENED. FACTORY
of the new hydrocarbons Stricklands 1 1 1 St.. Starke Fla. 5rm. Griffis. 3 miles
The plant will have its own gym and last game of the sea- I THAN RENTI house furnished. Rent CALVIN JOHNS.
plant. Stallings 0 2 2 Tomorrow Stark Phone 9640795. ohone 964-1441.
i .On will be Night i adults $50 tfchs
truck-loading and railloading played on Monday, I mo. Cash Sale $5- 2t I
facilities, Everett said anda February 26, in Lake City. All Seniors 0 2 2 Ready to I 500. Terms $1,000 down $50 IN CITY POUND 1 lemon
Regional Science large amount of truck and games begin at 4:30: p. m. Leading Scorers Starke's first mixed bowling 4995OCCUpy | mo. 6 per cent. Newly decorated TRAILER PARK spotted male Bird Dog and 1
Doug Lowrimore, Professors, league will get underway tomorrow UP in and out. To close Large lots with patios lemon spotted female hound
Fair rail transportation will be required and estate. Phone FL
Set Here 9-3507
I able. Close to Owners
I 167 points. night with teams bowl- down may claim bY paying
to move the products.He Varsity Cagers Jax. Fla. To see apply 317
John ing for their handicap at 71 II shopping. I board and advertising cost V
Bates Broadway.
Next 162
Week said that the Seaboard Lawtey, i .. I Starke. 3tch 2-22 'trailer Park -
o'clock at the Bowlero ini, Contact City Police. Itchg
points. I
Air Line would build Lose 15th Game St. phone 969-2151. ---- .
a spur Gainesville. I y ., ,<<-, : i BE A SUCCESS I
4 The Regional IV Science into the plant site. Bob Regan Professors, 152 ) I 'A' I EARN FOR RENT-Office Court
i : a good income close to I on
Fair will be held this Febm- : Mr. Everett said the Bradford To. Santa, Fe points. All bowlers who have registered d1;; ::* 1 home. Friendly pleasant and WANTED-50 to 75 Street suitable for Doctor. dee
'ary 22 should meet at the Bow I more have Cocoa E. K.
and 23, Thursday and County site Elder j, profitable representing Avon Ferryman. 141 W. Mad-
selected Dewayne Stricklands .
was ,
Friday, at Bradford High because it was "geographicallyideal" Bradford High's Tornadoes lero at 6:45 so league plans and ii : ,.. I j!1 Cosmetics, quickly outs $ in nes trade, Rt.or pay 1 Box cash.547-D.Write ison St. 2tchg 2-22

'School, according to Richard in relation to lost their 15th game of the ; The HEMLOCK vour pocket. Write or call Mrs. Fla. ,
the HILL
pipe- I large Mabel Gore Box 3617. Gaines- ,. ADULT EDUCATION COURSES -
H. Jockel, BHS science instructor line regular season against II I ': ville. MMMHMH MMWaB* MMMMMBmMM MONDAY
system. only living room, private dining Fla. Give directions to EVENINGS.
who will head the live victories to Santa Fe 62- I room, U-shaped kitchen, three vour home and phone num- 1 I FOR SALE-1955 I THROUGH THURSBAY. All
I pickup truck with
event. i ih or pipe High School suojects- Bust-
_2-15 2t 2-22 I
I Lake Geneva Girl i 22 Saturday night. i ample bedrooms opening on I bodY. 1946 Chevrolet ness Courses. Conversational
includes '
eight Dave Ingram high BUCK'SGROCERY private hull, bath and porch. RENT? WHY truck and chain saw. 1! Spanish. Mechanical Drawing.
north Florida counties, Jockel] f Shows Prize was man CALL; 964-8641 today for in- machine and burning I Testing services. White stud-
says, and each county will ': for the Tornadoes with 8 'forma'ion on lovely' new Mrs Millard Griffis ents: contact L. H. Gibson.

inter 15 projects. Bradford ; Steer At Tampa I points while teammate John $ "!- &( .;;, homes with no down nav- LOOD. Starke phone ,. USO Bids. Office. Negro students -
V',,,.'..*..".". < '"...>." ""ft.>:. 2hg 2-1S' '
being the home I ;.sr: ,_ _ : contact Prof. Eddie
county will A Black Angus steer. exhibited Williams had 6. Bobby Ritch and MARKET : :1 :.r -' VR i Thompkins. RJE High School.
probably enter more than : '; :: : i.; tn LE :MAN OB WOMAN WE DON'TSell
by Carol jVQ t'
Baker of led the V 4'T tfch
that, he said. I I II Lake Genva, was the reserve Rebels with 22 points Half Mile North, of City Limits-U. S. 301 I t..' of It." '. ''.;,)It, : < o fake t over Watkins route I you we help you

This region is allowed to ; grand champion 4-H entry at followed, by Ted McFarlandwith I, OPEN 7 DAYS -- 7 AM. I I P.M. I Ii 'I :$ :: n rJe.+o Good:start.f('No" UD Invests to i65wpoViv Good selection of II;I I FOR RENT-- room and bath
elect 20 of the to : : 19. Santa Fe dominatedthe 1 I used 8' and house. Excellent condition
projects ;: t the Florida State Fair in nt Srt your own ho'trs; 10' wi !\
enter the State Science Fair i I Tampa last week. The steer contest from the start The MAPLE HILL has a spa- PermpTi, (oinorhinitv, ""'ullor il bile Homes. Close to shopping distnc1

in Pensacola April 6, 7, and I was sold to F. J. Woods of jumping off to a 20-6 lead in i lOc -- S.PE.CIA.L.S.IOe !S cious expanse of livingdiningarea rt."n4s mr* >time rt Witkitm n P orv -H LAKE GENEVA ,, Phone Mrs. Mattie 964-8101 Gahagan.or contact 1133 E
p2 p
8. I with convenient .. BOX NoCLEARANCE I TRAILER
'Tampa for 59 cents a pound. J the first period. L-shaped ,.. 1\f- "h1I "Tofl.' ItTl, Brownlee. UP
I kitchen, plus three bedrooms, -II mi. SE of Keystone .V
I Potted Meat V I bath and entrance porch. SALE on Route 100 NEED3 Representatives tot!

\,' ": JAY BIRD C I Rp\erpn-are. other water- National local corporation Company.represent Full tram! I m V
: l IPSS ronkware. small aoolianres I

I t ': From Westinghouse !,! Vienna Sausage I "I ll P" 't'I'
l. tricitv.
Pork & Beans I.. 1 I ohone. 2 miles I WANTED Baby sitter in
I' Take 100.
ALTERATIONS Keystone vour home or mine attn -
Blackeye Peas I -" I I Mail box 125-C at Pine ; I I Ii I I noons.ALSO Ironing Fam-
'JlN Women .
and childrens sewing :!i Park. Teems. Phone ilv with children prefcvird,

'*., .'. ==-.--- The RefrigeratorYou'll : Spaghetti I, The CHESTNUT! HILL living I I I 'Mrs.''hpne Shirley 782-3053 Johnson.V LawteY.1. .I / Bradford near Saratoga Co. Telegraph.Heights Write Box

-' IN TOMATO SAUCE CAN room and dining area with I HOUSE 1IOVINGFree WOULD LIKE to share
estimates. I 823 W., Itch
: I I I', cross ventilation, kitchen,three I Call 961-8611 for in-: 1 middle-aered ished two-bedroom house I _
large bedrooms formation._2trhr 2-15 1 man. ; I INCOME: TAX SERVICEC.
separated L! after 5:30
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PAYLESS I I ? 1h SELECT from living area for complete I 923 N. Temole E. IIUTCIIESON
FOR RENT 3 bedroom
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NEVER DEFROST! 11 III BEEF LIVER privacy, bath and porch. I trartivelv furnished cottage 1 FOR RENT 3 SATURDAYSAND
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on Kingsley Lake. Year round j : Fri. after 5 m.
FOR Mon.
I house in Lawtev. ; p.
LILERIS 3 LBS. $ | 00 rates. Central heat. Call 969-, painted and refinished Call 964-1195
1491. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. '! *
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At A Price Miss Enza 521 Pratt S
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a apartments] double Plowing -
J The CYPRESS RIDGE. A deHghtful 210 N. Cherry St. garage. J. Hansen. Rep. 5 ml

:t NEVER MATCH! SMALL FRESH i roomy but compact Enjoy a home plus income. Starke on U. S. 301. INDUSTRIAL Planting

SPARE RIBS. Ib. : 49c home with large living room, See J. R. Ballington. Owner.tfch: ,468-1766. Waldo. Equipment For Every Job

'I I dining-kitchen area with serv- ITS A FACT that

qt .$ \ L. :; PORK, CHOPS .. Ib. . 59c ing bar, two bedrooms, bath, RIDE WANTED-To and from :I I 1.: tic methods restore health i I;Superior Tractor Co.
front porch and optional Prison 7:30: and 4:30.: 5 days : after other methods fail ,.
PHONE EV 9-6772
;,, You owe it to yourself :
BIG 12.9 CU. FT. a week. Phone 964-2575.
HALF or WHOLE SIDE-NOT SLICED carport. :, sure vour insurance ,15353 W. Bcarar jakion villa
\ \ __________ __ ____2tp___2-15___I I: provide for Chiropractic I
SMOKED BACON .. lb. 35c I I
FROST RENT? WHY! .,. The Bellinger
FREEWESTINGHOUSE KOUNTRY KIST CALL 964-8641 today for in- : Clinic is located at i!I MARKET
formation on lottly new i.i i Walnut Rt: Phono $" I i iI I 1172 Hakenia Rd.

PEAS or CORN .. 2 for 29c ." V v ir.. homes with no down pay- I COLONIAL Whitehouae, Fla.

., :.a.:. 'i j=' (it 111m ments. 2tch* 2-15 I Only F. T. D. Florist In i!I (Off U. S. 90))

lIMo! tHC 13 PHI\\ W'ikth. JIM DANDY 1' ........ Jik., FOR SALE I Flowers wired any place. I I REOPENING MONDAY

GRITS or MEAL -- 5 Ibs. - 25c I / ..b"if ... ,,- Ready mix concrete concrete I ers for all occasions i After being rioted due to fire
506 :
block oiers. fence posts sand
110 Frost-Free Freezer never needs ROYAL The OAK HILL A lot of house cement.mortar mix rock steel I Nona st. I JACKSONVILLE

defrosting. : for the money, with huge oyster shell nnwrock. and roof LIVESTOCK

-4 Fros'-Free-Cold !Injector, keeps food fresh 'x QUANITIES LIMITED LONG GRAIN RICE 5 Ibs. 59c: i living-dining kitchen three area.bedrooms Convenient, bath gravel Bradford Phone Engineering 964-2521. tfchg Co. I I 1,11'OR iwiopping ments.RENT Reasonable center.Furnished Pnone rates : AUCTION O"lledt Operated COMPANY by

ongec. h AND With 5.00 Food Order 1 and optional carport. FOR SALE-3 bedroom home. |'I'2UU or call ai 213 //D. Thus. W. Waldrop

Full Width Crisper Keeps VegetablesDewey BAKERITE .- 3 Ibs. - 59c i Large kitchen with modern I ltit. ISiiell oil Co. Oifice.J :!
ONLYBuiltin cabinets and modern bath. '1- HAY FOR SALE
Fresh I 634 N. Cherrv St 3tp 2-15 FURNISHED : I Good quality from heavily
24 OZ. KITCHEN CHOICE The Institute For :
I ugnts ana water $30 a ton
: tables dewy-fresh. $ ., GRAPE JELLY GOOD USED Ranges and re-I 1, inquire ttullington Stu<: : at farm. 2 miles east of
I trieerators: at uric? you can 1,i i MI west o.isonth. I Starke. J. R Walnwrisfht.i .
!! milk
2-Position Shelf even .ho'-1 !2acn JUST 29' afrd. North Florida Supply !I i r i ohone 969-1511. Itch
I 412. E. Call St. tfchg HAVE ROUTE OPEN I
I Quality: means you car. be sure APPLE JELLY I FOR RENT2 bedroom unfurnished j i I I IB/.50 PiR!: Wr'.K. ( 1
.. Wejtinghowse. !I apartment. Phone !]I! TO 65. WRITE: 1& UPHOLSTERY WORKS
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\11'- PET MILK 3 tall cans 39c i 1i i|I 1REE GKEENE.ST..659 N. E.WEST, Furniture 710 Lemon 8t PaUtk*
I FOR RENT Kingsley Lake ,I i GEORGIA. 4tchg Repaired, Upholstered -
furnished 2 bedroom house :' &Refinished
F A B 5c OFF REG. .' 25c; Essential Housing I: Well heated. Available to I['REMODELING MATTRESSES REBUILTNew
II June 1. Phone 964-4201 or TIONS. Free estimates.

DELTA SYRUP 1-2 gal. 49c' I 964-0741. tfchg.I i down payment. Call Innerspringa

North Florida LA RUE Corp. PEYTON FLORIST 'I: Ztebr and Box Springs
PURE LARD1 gal. ,- -_-, 99c j 119 S. THOMPSON ST. I FURNISHED one I I Drop Us A Ci.rdlf CollPALATKA

: Visit Our Model Home i PHONE 954-4155 I apartments for rent. W. i EA !-Sl6ir
GA. RED ; i NIGHT 364-3891 or 969.1122 Nollman. 510 N. Cherry. r STABKE 364-5934

"You Can fee Sure. If it's Westinghouse"P : TOMATOES 8 canst *$l00 i I!I 400 W. Madison AT St. V I i We DISTINCTIVE Wire Flowers FLOWERS Anywhere tfcbj r I I:.I I BE SURE!: to see !i;1 MRS. SUAe PEGGY, AieaC Situ J.F.v.

BOOK before
U. S. NO. 1 : buying
412 PHONE 964-8641 j jI FOR cyclopedia. M. A. Payne Nicely furnish-
,". E. CALL ST. SALEEasy Washing ,. j ed 2 bedroom
POTATOES Ibs. I I Machine. 1105 Madison'I local I apartment.
29c W.
... a a a a ', p representative since Close to bank. post office and
_: !__ --- '- -- .. .-, I St. 3tp 2-15 5 Box (,t3. Pk. &S4-3791 churches. Phone 964-2881. U

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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTMAXV1LLE land Church will start the a good class grade but you TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT hard were visiting Dr. W. E. visited :Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Frank O. Peterson,. deceased.
First publication on
evening of March 25. We'll be should hear these children Hall over the weekend.Mr. last Sunday.In 8. 1962Thomas.
r. looking for you. : sing-especially in their class PINE LEVEL and Mrs. Lucian Conner & Pierce
County Judge's Court, In AttorneysP
We were sorry to learn Sun- rooms. They do well in the and son, Dou, attended the And For Bradford County, O. Drawer t!?. t
day of the illness of Mrs. choir, too-but in their class FFA convention in Tampa last Florida.In -Starke Fla.
By Mrs. C. B. Nolan By Mrs. J. E. McRae re: Estate of Frank O.
Georgia. Griffis and Mrs. May rooms they do not have to Saturday. Peterson, deceased. j w.r %-8 4tS-l_
A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.Mr. Belle Norman. Also, one of the face the public. and aren't IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmong Joan Reddish, Wayne Farr, NOTICE TO CREDITORS
AU creditors of the estate of
and Mrs. Roger North twin babies of Mr. and Mrs. consciousand they can the visitors at church and Daniel Alvarez attendedthe Frank O. Peterson deceased, are
are the proud parents of a' Nathan Mosley had to undergo really sing! Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. DOT meeting in Gaines-, hereby file any notified claims and or required demands to i %
ville last week. Daniel
baby daughter, Sheryle Lynn,' surgery Monday to have a We wish to thank our many Wynn Morgan of Rockford, HI., which they may have against
dst removed from the neck. elected Representative from said estate in the office of the
born Jan. 22 at St. Luke's Hos- many friends for their wordsof and Mrs. Allen Hall of Jack- county judge of Bradford
pital in Jacksonville. This child is just about 7 or consolation, their company, sonville. There were 183 in Dist. 2.Mrs. County Florida in the courthouse '
Vara :Mitchell of Rome, t
8 weeks old. at Starke Florida within
Manning I the food they brought to Sunday School last Sunday ;
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar us,
s g, By G. T. Hug gins I Ga. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. eight calendar months from the ,
!I announce the arrival of a We had 63 present for Sun- and the many other kind morning. date of the first publication of

--m ri County Agent son, Randall Eugene, on Jan- day School last Sunday and 73 deeds rendered during our: Everyone enjoyed the Heartof i Hall Earl and Goodman Mrs. Esther and Dr.Blizzard.Mr. W. E.. this notice must Each be in claim writing or and demand 1 I

uary 19 at the Duval Medical the week before. The past sorrow and bereavement in Florida's Youth Fellowship I must state the place of residence
Tobacco Plant Beds prevention program. Center. Sunday the Intermediate girls the loss of our dear daughter, meeting at Pine level last Fri- and :Mrs. Duke DuBoseof and post-office addressof
the claimant and must
Cold weather, a few weeks Field Corn Varieties Mrs. Earl Cannon entertainedat won the banner with a gradeof Lorene. May the Lord bless .day night. Lake City won the Jacksonville are the proud,. sworn to by the claimant, his
ago, slowed down the germin- You will soon be decidingthe the home of Mrs. Ed Wilkinson 82. The Adult Men ran each and every one of you is attendance banner. parents of a daughter, Lou agent, or his attorney, or it
ation of tobacco seeds in the variety and type of field Thursday night, Feb. 8, them a close race with a grade our prayer The family of J. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hall and Anne. will law. become void according to I

plant bed. Under these adverse corn to grow. If you are interested with a stork: shower honoringMrs. of 80. The Juniors and Pri- L. and Bessie Strickland. daughter of Cocoa, and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy M. February 1, 1962 d !QSF
(S) Blanche B Peterson;: far t3ao tae 7
weather conditions, plastic in a field corn to put Waver Griffis. Games maries might not make such Mrs. Edwara Murrnee of Hil-i Thomas and son of Gainesville Administratrix! of the Rstattot I
covers showed an advantage.Beds into the crib you will want were played and prizes awardedto -

covered with clear one that is most resistant to Betty Jean Griffis, Dorothy '
plastic and practically air- weevils. Our two most popularin Higginbotham, and Gladys

tight did warm up during the the yellow corn group is Copeland after which the hOnoree -
day to cause faster germination Dixie 18 and Florida 200. One opened her gifts. Deli-!I
than under cheese cloth that has not been used: to a cious refreshments were served'II.II.I COLD WEATHER UPHORTH {V3KUU

cover. great extent but has done well I to 15 guests. .
Another advantage in using and is recommended in our We regret that Miss Edith
plastic covers on tobacco bedsis group is Coker 71. Another I Harris is confined to a Starke

that fewer seeds are required variety that has done well for hospital and wish her a speedy I
and fertilizer does not leach us is Funks G 745. If you are recovery. D

from the soil. A few years interested in the white variety Mrs. Randolph Crosby has D

ago some growers used 2 it will be Coker 811. been quite ill. with a blood clot
ounces of seed per 100 square For a short season or hogg- in her leg. D

yard bed- With plastic cover iug-off variety you will want We were very glad to see []
only one-fourth of an ounceis Funks G76 or US13. These are Leslie Sweat able to be backto

needed. Under plastic the ooth yellow varieties. There work again after a stay in
percentage of germination is is not a recommended White the Ed Fraser hospital in Mac- .w.e Naw .,.'; ',,, ?:':' 3.?;ywJA77N3? ?? .R,in" 'Sg7Sxi:aTRri7' ?Aw ax'Nw :W.arhwoi.;4"r!+ ,.y. as ++, s7Mruw r r ., "a x

enough greater so that this variety, clenny. .,.. .. ,..! .. .r.nv.ay:7'w.. ,. .y... ,.:.., ... ,.... .._:... .,.v ...ii: .yC. .a {; Q".: : ;%' :;
Email amounts of seed is used. i Strawberries Are BloomingIf Misses Peggy Smith and Pat- ,:. w .a r.. ... .. .. .. .:. .. .,... .. .,. rr... ...a ...h. v! ''.c : h.!xa.A4. \"..

With an average of 325,000 weather continues for two ty Parrish made all conferencein
seeds per ounce it is easy to weeks like it is today [Tues- basketball this season along .,,,
see that with good I day] we will be picking ,with Donna Fouraker and Diane
I I Ii
tion you do not germma-I i itrawberries. Local supply i I II Griner of Baldwin. We are

seeds per bed. I dealers will soon have our improved very proud of them.

One good tobacco grower strawberry flat that! Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish ..aft''a "iottaJ .
j just couldn't believe that one- will be used this season. It and family, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy : .
fourth ounce was enough so he will be a light color and will I Bradshaw and son, Mr. and Mrs.J. a...x.. ,,!,. > 7 .' >.Ga >tF Z'bc e 'i '4x

put one-half ounce of seed advertise our strawberries as j C. Nolan and family, Mrs.H. .
per bed. His plants now are being grown in Bradford R. Kilgore and Miss Shirley 7 V."soowaa
average of 3 inches high and I County. With this brand on!!Higginbotham were among "
he admits that they are our product it will be very!i those attending the basketball {t .' w >F lrk'rxr7
7j '
i much too thick. The bed was important that we put up a tournament in St. Augustine i f ;:

seeded January 1. good quality package. We will last weekend.We a\
Watch For Blue-Mold establish our reputation by regret that Miss Walker,

During the next 2 or 3 the quality of strawberriesthat principal of the Maxville School, __

weeks we will experience the we put on the market. is ill and unable to attend __
critical period for blue-mold Early Next Month We Plan school. __

disease in our tobbaco plant To Have A Strawberry Meet- Claude North has returnedto __

beds. Here again plastic covered ing., This meeting will be on his army post at Fort Gor- __
beds are not as likely> to Marketing with special em- don, Ga. after a visit here with -
be attacked by blue-mold as phasis on putting up a good his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John

plants under cheese cloth cov package. We hope that every North and family.CLAY "' "

er.,One reason is that the fun-!I strawberry grower in our 7'a' aeo
gus causing blue-mold does county will attend. The meeting ..T.yTyT.TT...........

not penetrate the cover and will be sponsored by our

another reason is that when i Starke and Bradford County HILL
is 'above 80 : Chamber of Commerce.Now .

degrees the temperature or higher blue-mold the bushes that you little fruit should is use on By Mrs. J. L. StriccklaadAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAA We're getting extra carloads of new '62 Galaxies, Fairlanes and Falcons

organisms cannot live and ,
It does not: take..much ,aytan to.spray or dust for __ >. ._ y'' -
grow. ...
sunshine for the temperatureto the Captan prevention will also of help leaf preventlot spot. Bill Pendarvis was-'with- us and we're out to sell 'em all right now Help us unfreeze our inventory.GET .'

exceed 80 degrees under in church again last Sunday.He .
in the fruit. If plants have
plastic cover.A seems to be slowly improving -
lot set a crop of small fruit
regulai spray or dust pro- in health and we hope he ,
tram for prevention of blue- jou may still use Zineb for can be back at home soon for n
mold is better than trying to 3 i our spray or dust material. good. ONE
Watch out for insects and add i
top the spread after it has
John and Betty Brumbelow
Parathion if needed.
started. The two materials to I. Soil Testing Pays and Minnie Gurr were recent OF OUR f1J[

use are Zineb and Ferbam. Spring time is very near visitors to Dad and Mom .

Either has given good results and this means that our grass I Strickland and Faye England.
and the directions for use are pastures will soon begin to Our children who were here FORD DEALER LM L bIJULrULbJ Dj

on the package. Plants inmost turn green. A soil test taken for the funeral of their sister
of the seed beds are a good
lOW would help you judge Lorene, all returned home last
size now to begin a bluemoldGATOR Mil .
which fertilizer might be bet- week. Jo Ann to Tampa;

ter to use. It might also tell dred to Hampton, Va.; Lillian
and children to Norton, Va., '
that liming material
Service may or may not be needed. If and Charles wife and
.. you need lime badly enoughit daughter to Fort Leonard GALAXIES: !

Complete Automatic might pay. you to do some Wood, Mo.Winfred.

Transmission Service liming before you apply fer Wilkinson will
tilizer. Come by and borrowour preach for us at the Highland .
Exchange Units Repairs -
Parts soil sample tool pick up Church next Sunday at 7 p. r62 tXC'B' ,SEDAM Ford's big, more-for-your-money 1 luxury car.styling : .y. -
some soil sample bags take a m. Also remember the High- n-d choice J
All Work On Premises Thunderbird power! Twice-a-year -- ---_- ,
it back to land Homecoming will be held
sample and bring
10 S. E. 2nd Place Gainesville {- i s0001i1 Mt 1e service! --- ---- .
ue and we will do the rest. March 25. We are expectingall

PHONE 372-0372 There is one thing for sure- of you old-timers on.this.
Soil sampling does not cost,. occasion. We also wish to say FULLPRICE I J JAS Q

it usually pays. : that the revival at the High s2093

WhitewaN tares and wheel corers optional at aide ci park.

STAKE BUSES$ : DIRECTORY ____'__n ___ ___ -- .



Mack's Body ShopBODY Service & STATION

Complete Auto Servic
-Batteries-Aece modes e

COLLISION SERVICE Rambler Sales: & Service Lubrication Washing

Painting Matching GENERAL REPAIRING S42 Madison f61-Z641 WhitewaH tires optional at additional cost
WhttewaN tires. Deluxe trim and wheel covers optional at additional cost It

J69-245 International Mufflers Lifetime AUTO TIRES F A ICONS !I lowest-priced'62 TUDOR SEDAN-America's sixpassenger.family FORD PICKUPS!' ton'62 pickup FORD STYLESIDE-Rufgel built to stay on the jo U.

tOSS N. Toapk, stub FIRESTONETires car. Miles-per-gallon champion! and keep your hauling costs douad

L *B4Mi..r.r.oa t/naaMJoe ...'tuggnletl rttoil ieHaertt.prieet.utduduig kenter
Starke Recap Co.
Batteries, Accessories

.AUTO PARTS 528 S. Walnut 964-3861 Pappy Ranlstan, Owner Mil, S LL $ FULL PRICE $ ,

Starke Motor Recapping for Can & Tne&a 4 $1790 $1775

Edwards frS LOW AS .
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four Local I ----yq:J

Jobber For 301 South Starke Enter the Magic Mile Prize Contest when you come ia to pick oat yroiarnr1III

Cor. Brownlee t dart n nn ( Winter Special! To be eligible to win, all you have to do is fill out an Official

-Phone- 964-0801, 9644S11 Wheel Balancing Phone 964-8J31&: Alignment.FARM SUPPLIES ffiD@1 (5/ mill I [] ill'1 [I 1ill I UV,\ I rn( Entry valuable Blank.prizes-10 See any 1962 Ford FORD Dealer FAIRLANES for contest rules-you can win one of thes9

.17 N. Temple. SUrfce .
Brownlee &:

Gilbert. Brown ChasteenSEEDS

Earl's GarageALL Standard Ofl Service StatioW FEEDS / YOUR PRESENT .CAR DOES _NOT HAVE TO BE PAID FOR TO TRADE NOW AT _::::: -l' : u


All Work ,,Guaranteed Budget TermsRoad Service "Your Frtendlj J#
Phase :'91949U
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Phone 984-7071 Farm Supply ts'tctt"Car. .

So. Walnut, SUrfct 497 N. Temple Start lltb. Choir SUrte 206 WEST MADISON ST. STARKE PHONE 904-33311. .- ; _

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""our', la iolai'itoW I'> ptihtingschedule' ( .

.. how"Vinfctai affeuppVbrWnaffs&nmedi: -
> '"jltoweri -
throughout 'SUmmer. 0

*Ir a fcontlhtf u5- 'anpp y/..tnakerout \ : .
plStttlnn about every

three weeks. vr- -*. \ 1 1! }

r About<;fii -week- iflteMiie 1 IJ I r 1 / Ctti J 4. a J ', 'J c;
'tIaaret': t-8t itlY)lobtnx thltzlbs "

air*'''ready to dig; Ino8ef> them ..
with &r..j' V 1 by \ .
oI"'UJ 'top- Neil; j ,od (he top

close to the bulb dust with
DDT and!store in a wen-venT
tilated, Watiri f i8 eiilti the .
old bulbs''can'"be broken"off i QUANTITY
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easily. >: ;J' RIGHTS\
r rta.
Bulbs are usually; "clean d'"! RESERVED
:Jwo :weeks..after digging. Press

..:the. base.. of neir'lmjbg" .- in $}pey- .
.ion or Afasan dust and sprin-
kle with J to'8 per tent DDT + s e t ,
dust to control thrill .I'Store t t

/the bulbs/in,/ a'cboldry'plaW."jHefrigerate ; .
J" at abput38) degrees = MERCHANTS CREENs STAMPS
if they are.to ".'be held ItKD 12 CADV FAIR CAKE t
't a 9' 1
for !
staggered .plantings sev- DONUTS -
..efal months'later.Nasturtiums AT OUR REGULAR LOW PRICE :
'k i
.,. planted now .
(will give an abundance of color (rk J I 1\
for about two months. R tf
t Stake rr .5 F 1 'r 9.
carnations: and snapdragonsJor j

., long, straight stems. You'll .. z't
want to disbud carnations to

,only one bloom. per-stalk and 4
pucker the snaps.. This eliminates ;
: competition and will

promote larger, blooms. Poin- S
settias should' be cut back x

.,now if you haven't done it
earlier. .Prune them back to .
t.:About 12, inches of the groundor IIMIT-I PER FAMILY
back, to the live wood. WITH SS.fA'F000 O DER .,t ;
EXPIRES 2-t 1-62 t "" i
vA number of annuals can t -
be planted during February, 7h'i 1

to v-including Jace-flower"celosia aster, balsam, chrysanthemum blue- L \ y4Wirn\ *

;'. cosmos, flossflower, '
v gourd marigold, morning- it;
glory> nasturtIum. ross-moss IL
strawflower sunflower, wish-
)bone. flower, and zinnia.Annuals MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
that have large- WITH THE PURCHASe OP C fj <, r =
1 19. QUARTERS BOLD 0' CORN ". r i ;
Heed .and(those that do not y r 1.4 iGt!r '
transplant' readily can be ,, 'OLEO _
planted Inopen ground. where EXPIRES
..they..are''to*bloom. Sow the 1
** eedthmiy-in shallow trench-

es'cover-: :lightly with soil and 2.1S62'f'
sprinkle'with"na* damping-off
**ontrol.: C Yerlng'the f seeded
iit.r a'.With burlap"'wfl! aWsiasoll 4

'moisture''iintil'iHw. se*dSbegin MERCHANTS ,} : z. -
pushing' through the WITH THE PURCHASE: Or a t. y1 ; x
soil. Be sure to remove they p ?
burlap at this time. TOOTH PASTE ; '
** Irt'lmet; tbv"pldnt 'lima F001.MW CXP.RES21B62MERCHANTS; 1ii + c9 '" s.,' wi 1.z fJ

beans;, beets, carrots, 'canli t1 d"Th .v. 0
"ilowerj; ;collards ; mustard, n

radishes, turnips, ""iand' corn.
lets, a"good;Jdea.to prepare t
The seedbed a few weeks before

"planting! tWe .garden:and,workr GREEN STAMPS
"inr in abOut ion;.:' or five WITH THE PURCHASE or
'pounds' of 'a 5-'l-5 fertilizer WIZARDDEODORIZERS

per 100 square feet of garden

c'tpace.'". ... -." s, n : ( AT OUR EXPIRES REGULAR 2-18-62 LOW PRICE, s
Don't let the March winds "
tII' t' .
"tvheat'yOuitplants; u -
of soil moss _
.'ture. Mulching around woody
..plants. *'annuals,and perennials

jractices.is a good Mulch water will-conserin"alsd- keep BUY ONtt1! E ? ;k ; D ; .'e t La P1%&. : _

down' weed growth add"or _
ganic 'zQ>1atterio,; the 'soil and FR e e '
4 MtT'It'L'F2cILORAL .
I promote better growthumnler this '
"%. by'keeping the plant' LiQ % -' r ; wrr" 2. :

root system cook .. _
../During bloom,-or: immediate D1 TE r sr.:-,. ,...1t'2J ;. .

tly after, is, good time tovtransplani ,h.,.,.. #>' 'fJ. ... 1'ro ra o FNl14: .
azaleas, camellias.and + 1t
t'i? .
dogwood.Transplanting ;
eel ON. i/ \ ,1 __
Is a major risk:-for the plan r'

Disturb asfew roots as pOS _
.,iible' in the operation. Also. ; Cb'M

...spply. well rotted organic matter

.. in the hole with the roots '.
plus _
an 'ample quantity of ___
.water. Be sure the soil is moist

'around the plant until ..it'Is"yell r > 'Y 7

". out of .danger shock-. ; J.

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ceased are hereby notified and

required,!against demands said which to estate file..th aay f in.may the office have or k E : 2Lfft;: ; ? 73*$ D

of the county. Jndfe of Brad r .. .: t
ford County, Florida, in the
Courthouse at; Starke, Florida ., a ?. ..yak : .
within eight Calendar months f; -
/tfrora the date of the first pub goa
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claim or demand must be in .
'Utittnt'-thR mtM 'ltitt 'i HOW ONk.sAlE! eNd
place or residence and posaJlic -
...? afldre W,tft- tk4 UinwBt. *-,!. ,* LlolJ9LUM- .
and Must fie Sworn toby tne
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Executrix of the Estat of OF .. 1
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Archer visited Mrs. Mamie
Hedges! :Friday; night.

6 Mr. and Mrs. Edd Polk and
eons were weekend guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Perry CXSteene
K. I in Newberry. While there they
b1 'c' attended a Sing Saturday
night.Arthur. '

\ ; Kelley of Sarasota
\ l visited-his mother, Mrs. ROSA
I NICKOS Kelley. Sunday. '
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin John. '
son accompanied Mrs. Nora
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Mr. Johnson's brother, Simon
i&I Monday.Mr. .

\ and Mrs. James Strick
q land and Mr. and Mrs. J. B.Crews .
e' xO, of Jacksonville visited

v .r .N ', ,: :5.. Mrs., Mattie Berry Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. F.
M. Vickeryand
: ;,_, I rv :;:: I son, David of Gainesville
visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest

I 4' 4 _ ; I, : *. ) \9101;> HERE FOR THE Edwards and Mrs.and Earl family Green and andfamily Mr.

PRtcS 11\1 Sunday afternoon.
'. T-Sc and Mrs Craig Wood
TOWN. PLuS FREE.MERCHANTS of' Albany, Ga. were weekend
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A ....? S.Y+: WsWx'Y; Ss4- guests Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
\. .4 $:' 'I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham.Jr. .
STHIIPS .. .. Pat and Billy, Regina
,ilnt.;: rte Harrell and Bob Dyal attend
ed the Tampa Fair Saturday.
..tti"..... f,::4' v JHER .,. ,. They were also the Saturday

,' .'.- .. .., night and Sunday guests of
't' Mr. and Mrs. W.'E. BighamSr.

HALF ; in Lakeland.Mr. .
and Mrs. Johnny Lewis
w t sy and children of Jacksonville

were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.
., 5Q P. Baxter Sunday afternoon.Mr .
rl w and Mrs. A. L. Green
and Joe were Sunday guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Mess-
more in Ocala. They also attended -
a rodeo in Ocala.
,R Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tanner
and sons of Gainesville visitedMr.
3 t r 77 r d / and Mrs. T. W. Marked
rI Sunday afternoon. t
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Crosby
and family of Gainesville were
1. ir ri weekend guests of Mr. and
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4 ( :: i .' '- :":' r. :: ', .: :. ':.,.;.' I I '..:.. tr.. ':' .' .. I '; ;' LU Mr. and Mrs. Lime Goodgo
'; se's '! f. 'j 7 1Si .. ., ; cf Starke were the Saturday
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T s I '' :; : : ,:. I II Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry
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and daughter, Karen of
I I Gainesville were Thursday
5 ; : : : : IJ night dinner guests of Mr.
J and MrS: 3!. O. Harrell.
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Green and Terrel
i'" I Green have returned to the
if University of Florida In
I I Gainesville after spending the
semester break with their par
.. Mjt I Eldridge Hayes and daughter :
Debbie, Mr. and Mrs. fy
( J G. Hayes, Sr. and grandson
Everett, and Mr. and Mrs. N.
I G. Hayes Jr. and daughter,

11-\tCK\ 5UCED Fernandina.Mr.Brenda, '.spent Sunday in

r and Mrs. Alan Land
and family and Mr. and Mrs.
t Sam Crutchfield and Butch;
tJ all of Gainesville were the

tI J Mrs.Sunday Lloyd guests Barry.of Mr. and

J. E. Townsend was the
I Sunday dinner guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Ross Hunsuckle and
I family in Palatka.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pin.
I holster and Mr and Mrs. Harvey
Baxter of Jacksonville! ,
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LVR Mrs. Alan Land and childrencf
t 1 Gainesville and Mrs. Lula
1I Mott and Mrs. Virgie Barks

1I I dale of Stage were visiting
Mrs. Rosa Finholster Sunday
I Mrs. Allie Rae Polk and

Edith of Trenton visited Mr.
L t I and Mrs. Ned Hicks Sunday
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I J S S I night.

I : \;$ \' I as .t1M ff1 iic JL.5 A i-j I I home months Gary from there Elzey Ethiopia with has the returned after U. 18 8.

Army. He; received his! discharge
: upon, arrival in the
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;. i ''"" Mrs. Calvin Johnson and
k'F I. 'f. .' .\'J! I Mr. and Mrs. Lee Parrish
t." : \\n 1.t UiJ" visited Doe Waters in Alachua

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: . ', Lakeland.Mr' .
lJDYFAlRlCEDi and Mrs. E. W.. Hodges
7' : : AII6it.U and family of, 'Gainesville and

$ "'-"" Jf, ,, CHERRY' ::8UNS p c 29c of Mr.Jacksonville,and Mrs. Rodney Belcher
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birth of a son, Kenneth Leroy
d r LADY FA1it.LlCfDI' Green. Jr., born Saturday-
5 DOG OR HAMBURGER Feb. 10. in Alachoa General
: Hospital in Gainesville.

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MISS Denise zabo. daughJer tertainment: and that it will __ : annual Homecoming Day on
: ; of :Mr,7arukMr&: 'Ri-nnidj j be more than worthy of setting ., ; Sunday. Feb. 25. Main event

r'... $f..* jEiza'be, .?.was r.hostess; ata f, school precedent for outstanding :;'f ..; ; of the day will be the dedication -
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., ,, mner. Party: 4)pJierbriday 17thj! mea l'cal t,rorm- j of the new church
': onSatWdayeveningi; ance. I building. Quest speaker will be
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'. .,,:Feb.atjaerjiome. / : : on.Ponceh i ii Those who have been chosen* Rev. Walter Kufeldt of Eusns
-! i* *de) con Ave. in KeystoiI for the cast include George I i __ ; : t: ; The regular pastor is L. S.
: : 'Je guests "- _:- : L Mowery.
I ; h1 :ESBt '! en- Leath, Billy Games. Alec ; ; ,"" .
'M -.pyed a delicipus spaghetti, ; Livingston, Chuck, Pardee, ". ," .j Private funeral services for

*' Cupper, f. *-" .: --- ..-h i iV Nancy Sutton, Marguerita .r- "if!I Mary Herring, 52.:! of Grandin.

c 1: Guests.,. .!included Jvan Watjf. I Float Barbara Drake and '.... '',"- -- -' ''-' ," ... '- -.-," '.'-"0q.. -_-t,__. i were held at 3 p. m. Saturday.:
) :: nr" Du k, r 'ni3. finally Mary Ann Schaeff r Feb. 10. In Peniel Cemetery

'I.Jarnes... .. 4 'George" ?. Lcath, Bob'Who will play the title role of. Crowd Overflowed The Hall"x" Counting The Heavy Ballot Runner-up And High Man with Rev. Will Hall officia-
..: Jackson< Alec pvjnjston, 'her kissin' cousin." ting. Survivors include her

_I ." Tommy Jones.* George' "Alien... ; Local Talent In' "Wizard"We : < Jennings; And Baker 'Square Off mother Mrs. J. F. Herring of

l ;_ .Marshal l); Pardee,._ $ikdJLdvorn must say we enjoyedthe Grandin; two brothers. JohnF.

:- ,.John Aljen, May Ann BHS musical production, i \ ";-- Herring. Gainesville and
''I: gchaef fer;;"Nancy" Button,'DjjanajV 4 4I "The Wizard of Oz," the other F. H. Herring, Palatka: and

(. : Hills, l Barbara' tPrake!, evening. We noticed p.lot of Biggest District Meeting In *hree sisters. Mrs. R. L. Smith
Clay Co-op History
I .: : ijargarita" :float! !,_ ..Bernieerune. Keystone Heights area boys Jacksonville: Mrs. Callie Rye

- '; S ., Stenna Logsdon. ,'and and girls in the cast, too. Grandin; and Mrs. Lamar

i fit ; Carolyn Efinore. Playing the Wonderful Wizardof Sometimes it's hard to get challengers D. A. Tony I I was "insubordination and The manager then has the ness men, with no technical McCoy area! where the incumbent Clough of Douglas Ga.

: '.. Later in the.evening;. HerbieNelsonf. Oz, was none other than a quota of 15 out to nominatea I Baker, Keystone Heights, find .flagrant violation of policy icsponsibility of hiring and knowledge of electric power John Norka, faces a- It was good to see Mrs.

_ ) :: : .Mikelpqster..and Garjl, Richard Waite Rowan Thomas director at district meetings Floyd Gnann, Middleburg.. No. 76." He said that policy firing.A. I operations, and that he iun off with Angus Hastings.In Houston Goodbread at Paran

\t. I 'J?11ssarriedtow18hthe'kosds ;. ; .. ". fractured the audience with cf Clay Electric Cooperative Of the total 260 votes cast,I r No. 76 includes sub-headings G. [Fat] Loudon was re- ; thought it would be beneficial the election held Feb. 5, Church last Sunday after being -

s \ : fe, +"l! P.PY':. t1E his portrayal of "The Cowardly IREA1. Jennings received 163, Baker j.dealing with employe conduct. elected to the position of ; to have someone on the board Hastings was high man, with absent for quite a while

} 'pihpwer! For..Mrs': Hersey Lion," while Elbert Her- Not so last Thursday night. 50, and Gnann 47. Co-op'by-j, Others dismissed at the manager in January and is i with such a background. 'I 66 votes, to Norka's 52. due to illness.

t.f.li Mf& .(%r q fe.Hersey! : !n4Miss sey was.Mayor of the Munch- From all parts of Clay laws provide that the' two .same'time were iBlbert Alt- now serving his 22nd year at I Baker said he bore no per Third district to elect a director Mrs. John W. Perry of Melrose

I J' ) Layqn PJ!\ t.on' were!, joint I kins. Bubba Moody was the I County the members came nigh men will be presented as man, uperintendent of the the helm of Clay Electric. sonal ill will toward the pres- I at the annual meetingis spent several days this

: hqsfesses' 'at a stork' shower Munchkin Coronej. Playing I II converging on Middleburg until nominees for district directorat operations department [in Baker said yesterday that. ent management and that, No. 8 [Micanopy area] week at the Weldon Brantley

I ,, .: lor---Mfs:! Dewitt Hersey,, the' !; I various Munchkins and citizens the. parking area around its the annual Clay Electric which Baker worked], and his only interest in see lng a..I even if he did, "one director -.vhere C. M. Smith, the Incumbent home-

I k 8:: former"Helen: : Payt'on* oil I of Oz were Dee Dee I small community center resembled meeting at Keystone Heights I I James Sparkman, an employe place on the co-op board j could not make a change." was unopposed. Robert L. Seigler Jr. of Pa-

I .Monday night" Feb.. 5, aL th* Harderlbergh, Carolyn Jean a scene at the Gator on March 22. I I of the department who worked would be to help aflply the I j I Baker said that he intended Other nominations may be latka. formerly of Grandin.has .

If Community Center in The- Moody, and Margaret Muir. Bowl. The sudden interest in who under Baker. :knowledge he has gained in..': to wage an active campaignin I I made from the floor at. the recently been appointed

wsa/Tftere. were games' and! Duplicate Bridge ResultsDuplicatewin The reason for this abrupt ohould represent the district I I Under co-op procedure, di- 12 years with the organization -; the nine co-op districts in I annual meeting. as supervisor of the tissue
I f fdoor priZes.' and" the .opcningef. ; ers for Friday revival of interest in co-op stemmed largely from the dismissal -j| rectors from nine districts in the interest of greater Directors at the
are paid $80 a shipping department
all'thd i iW the interest of his election
many gifts l for .. evening. Feb. 9, were as follows affairs was a three-cornered Friday Feb. 2, of Baker' [representing some 18,700 active efficiency of operation with on month and meeton the fourth Hudson Paper Mill in Palatka.
:;:-guests! to inspect.: : Mrs. Helen Phelps and race for Dist. 1 Director between I and two other co-op em co-op members meet in I possible benefits to the co-op March 22. Thursdly of every month at of
$ ier .Kissin' Cousin Mrs Alice Ketchum first' incumbent SBryan ployees. Baker said that the January of each year to electa members. He said that all of A contest has developed in co-op headquarters in Keystone Pvt. Melvin Cumbus. son

:* The .Keystone Heights place; Mrs. Lucille Davie and Jennings of Middleburg, and I reason given for his dismissal manger for Clay Electric. I! the present directors are busi- another district. No. 9 [Fort I Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Willard K
I J,: .Tunior Class has selected-'HefKissfo Mrs. Anna James, second Cumbus of Grandin. has been

i*.- : Cousin"- for its debu} ;;1ace; and Albert Bachmann People's Choir practice, 6:30p. : Community Church educational AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAA&AMELROSE Minton, Robert McGuire, and ninth grade, Carson John- assigned to Co. B, 6th Bn.,

ut-HH into, the Held, of. dramacnly No\\ and .Mr. Barber third place. KEYSTONE m. building. Nicki Chiapinni, David Brant- try Martha Scott, Cathy 2nd Tng. Reft at :Ft. JacksonS.
_ =' ';- is this a theatrical debut Postponment Community Church Pioneers Eastern Star Installation, ley, Bill Harris, Marvin Webster, Babs McLaughlin,
r Ole: Junior Class, but for, St.: Wil1ia 's Altar Society KALENDARThursday meet at 6 in the educa- 7:30: p': m., Masonic Hall. Spivey, and Walter Sturdi- and JoAnn Eichelsderfer. A C. for eight weeks of combat -

the: school as' welL I dessert bridge party, scheduledfor tional building. Bible Club meets after By Mrs. Alice RothhammerAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAA vant; Eighth grade, Steve skit portraying Typical training.

-- "HerKisshV Cousin is a Friday! Feb. 16, has been Community Church Young school at home of Fred Dodd Morris, Hilda Wise, John Allen School Day" was presented by David Brantley, honor stu-

.act comedy concerning'Ihre '! postponed until Friday, Feb. Feb. 15 Young People meet at 7 p. m. for ,Grades 15. ., Sara Baldwin, Kenneth "dent of the 8th Grade has
,\ : Senior Beta members
t teenage' pobWMs.> The' cast i!I 23. at 1 p. m. The party will Duplicate Bridge Club 10a. in the educational building. Wednesday, Feb.21 ,. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tomlinson, and Jean Lively; been accepted for membershipin
: sflhftoMbuf male: and'' Le .held at .the home of Mrs. m., Woman's Club. Monday Feb. 19 Keystone-Lake GenevaMc- Holden are the parents of Mrs. Crenshaw's first grade Slade, Virginia Ford,
cort a
Toflr. feiriair 'characters' has 'I Emery Cooper on Lake Genevaat Keystone Branch ,, Library .I.. Community .Churchwomen Rae Home Demonstration 'b by' girl born: "in Alachua and Mrs. Stephenson's eleventh Carol Hurst, Doris Ford Larry the Beta Club at Melrose

be n s@Iected..biitthedate has Lake Geneva, and'reserva'- open 3 till 7 p. m. Circles meet this afternoonand Meeting, 10 a. m. General Hospital Saturday. j i grade.A Strawn, Barbara White- High School.

:;Wb y beI1L'' set Tie' Juniof '! tions' may'be made by calling I DeMolays meet 7:30: Masonic this evening. Keystone' Branch Library She weighed six pounds and' tapping service was held 'iead, Joe Pete Angle, and Ann Included among the sick of
-I 2671 3051.Officers Hall.Community. Catechism Class at St. Wil pperi, 3 till 7 p. m. -
feeTht4h1sP1YWiIlj or
'Class four ounces and was named in the auditorium Monday Bowen.A the community are Mrs. Mar-
_\ and members of Church Choir liam's, grades 1-6 3:30 p. m. i iChildren's St. Anne's Monthly Parish :
Lucy. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. afternoon to introduce the party for the football
garet Stuart, and Mrs. Weldon
; : Keystone Heights Chapter of practice 7:30: p. m. Art Class, DotNewman's. Supper, 6:30: p. m.. Parish.
Lzzii Holden of Palatka spent the Junior High students who players and cheerleaders
.. are was
: ( Eastern Star, 279, express KHS Parent Teachers Association 3:30: p. m.Children's House. /< : ; > *. I Brantley. We are pleased to
weekend with
eligible to become members given Saturday night at the
their appreciation for the fine 8 p. m. in Cafetor- Bible Mission St. Anne's Senior Choir icport that both Mr. and Mrs
D 1op Recent guests of Mr. and of the newly organized Junior home of Jimmy Downs in
.9! support given them at the Joy Club meets after schoolat practice, 8 p. m.'Beginners' W.
D. Gornto
ium.KHS. Mrs. Henderson Bell were: Beta Club. Those who were Johnson. are improving
Country Dance basketballin Theressa, for boys and Bible Club at
Saturday play
KystonejIeighth. on Boys
.... Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Balv I asked to join the honor Club Featured entertainment was nicely after a battle with flu.
girls of grades 1-5. .3:30: p. m., at home of .Jane
Feb. 10. The Starke tonight. ,
'ReotJenln" : af:netf lofeatiott of Staunton, Va. Mr. and Mrs. : were: Seventh grade, Diana (Continued on next page)
: ,tSis 16 Teen-agers Instructions, St. Reynolds. ....
,"11) project will make it Friday Feb. -
[it ririlf Phillip Wilson of Sewictly
I "cr9 .f r oin, !. to Golfers' Association, William's 7 p. ni. Night Owl League of Men's
-I..., .. 'U. .. "" possible to add substantilly Women Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bissell -
.....I ..Dnroiiic Pautt I the jpiano-organ fund of the 10 a. m., Keystone Country Adult instruction Class, St. Bowlers, meet at 7 p. m., at of Larchmont, N. Y., Mrs. I' T
I' Du Pont Paint Chapter. The various committees I Club William's 8 p. m. Bowlero. 'i I Ray C. Bridgman of New I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. MELROSE

--. 'II1,.-i' 11Tp p P" did a remarkable, job I Rotary Luncheon, 12:15: CAP Cadets, Skytel, 7:30: p. Cottage Prayer Meeting 7:30: York Mr. and Mrs. Knud ;
) of decorating and arrangingfor noon Masonic Hall. p. m., at Community Church
Pl bfs ,)! m.Art Bastlund of Cambridge, Mass.,
I-. 1 ... ". .. : the splendid entertain- Keystone Branch Library Class for Adults, at DotNewman's. Rectory. and Mr. Jorgen Bastlund of USIHESS I DIRECTORYAPPLIANCE

\ ,*. ... .-. ,. I.. .S .."N.. ... I. ment'at intermission time.The. open 3 till- 7 p. m. ,, 8 p. m. Thursday Feb. 22 Copenhagen, Denmark.
.1' Stanley Brothers were in fine Bridge Party sponsored by Please get all news for this DupAcate: Bridge Club meetsat Mr:: and Mrs. L. A. Wynnof

.tN' ,uif' N't form* equally. as good as St. William's Altar Society, column in this evening. Call 10 ,a. m.. Woman's Club. Hampton spent Sunday with J I

'heIon TV. I postponed from today till '4127. Melrose Chapter Home De- friends in' Melrose.Mr. I I DEALERFRIGIDAIRE INSURANCEMurrhee I REAL ESTATE
r Auto-Fi: :e Casualtyonds A Dumber of folks came Fri., Feb. 23, at 1 p. m., Mrs. Tuesday, Feb. 20 monstration club, 2 p. m. club, and Mrs. R. F. Simmons

1 aai'f 4"%t *: tin dressed in rural-type attire Emery Cooper's home. Better get your 1962 auto house. ,. spent the weekend with Mrs. I I Insurance James H.

'Ryo1cT ms ran the 1 llnd associated with old- Future Homemakers of tag. Keystone Branch "Library' Lee Williams in Dundee. / i McEachernRegistered
fashioned dances.At America, Keystone Chapter's Sales and Service I I'I AgencyGeneral
'. '1.l.l U ) US square Mass at4 St. William's, 7:45: open 3 till 7 p.jn. Mrs. G. Bedford Brown of '
.tlIVr AgencyWa intermission'time, Everett Valentine Dance, 7:30: till I '' Insurance Real Estate Broker
a, m. Garden ,Club .of Lakes Georgetown. Ky. is visiting; Yeoman's Electric :
U: 1101dB I and ,the.- Fire Casualty Bonds LOTS BUSINESS
Fox took over as M C., 11:30: School Cafetorium. Gen. and Mrs. It. P. JHollis. 'I I Acreage -
f 1 County Librarian at Key- at Gladyee :-Bachmann's, 1:30p. : I Service Allied Lines Honest Personal Attention
i : Ph. 2-I'J. t. introduced the performers-! ,Sunday, Feb., 18 : Miss Oleda Bowen celebrated ,
(' .KeystotIWghtTh Susan Baker',and, Gina Massa Attendyour church on Sun- stone Branch Library today m- S her 18th birthday Saturday I Melrose GR 5-2371 Keystone Heights, 2731 Given Every Inquiry To Buy

.. I l j I -r .'r .' r were, first with a little tap day morning from 10 a,.m. till 4 p. m. Library Community Church Choir Feb. 10. ,I GAS BOTTLED Or Sell
,-:- _.!.. -'_ ". I l dance.! Carolf Baker sang the St. William's Choir prac- open till 7 p. m. practice, 7:30.DeMolars: Mrs. C. L. Harris of Welaka APPLIANCE SERVICE I IWheeler's Cor. Lakeview BonL *
= I Jasmine Ave.
_--_- I tice, 12 noon. Boy Scout Family Night, meet, 7:30: Ma- and Mrs. J. V. Ford of Palatka j i Keystone Gas Co. Keystone Heights,
P. O. ifS Tel 41M
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.It. visited i
ft. First Baptist Church YOUng'appro covered dish supper. 6:30: in sonic Hall.Nicholson their parents, Mr. and : 24 HOUR SERVICE
-S Mrs. R. M. Cason, last week. ,!
.riate' "Buttons and|I results. 1 ; Secretary; Mrs.: Mrs. Amanda Hillyer is recuperating -I Service & Sales Franchiaed PHONE Distributor 4251 ol S. E. McKay, RealtorSenior

Bows. Dr. Sarah Lou Wells I)I Roy Tyre made the stage Beatrice Schroeder; Treas- nicely at her home. I Member

and Court Collier gave a I;i whereon tfce Svanley Brothers urer, Mrs.. Vera E. Ownbey; S Dr. M. Glen of Gainesville] i I GR 5-2401 I 8AFGASLUMBER Society Residential Appraisers
touching rendition of "Sad ,I performed and th microphones Sentinel Leamon Ward;' gave an interesting talk at the 11]I between Keystone and Melrose Lake Sante Fe-Homesites

Movies Make Me- Cry," with and amplifiers' were Chaplain, Mrs. Sara McDon- Woman's Club Wednesday on !I servicing both areas I'I'I on 70 ft. wide Canal

Dr. Wells strumming her installed by Bud Anthony. ald; MarshaL, Mrs.; Irene C. Mental, Health at their regular'I New San Lebrydo Live oak Slusde-$3,50G-Termi

,guitar. Eight little girls dressed Several Ve c ;ie were heardto Dawson; Organist, Mrs. meeting in the club house. I i j RCA COLOR T. V. Lumber Co. I Well Wooded Tract

r as fanners did a tap dance remark; that they thoughtthe Eveljn'Pu k tt; ..Adah, Mrs. Hostesses were Mesdames 5imr :I and ,$20 down-$10 mo. 36 mos.

1 I,r for the final number... They! Estreilita Club should put Padd&Gilrie;.Ruth Mrs. Ruth o [Chairman], G. Allen, i black and white We Specialize in Ccatom )Membership on Private Park
were Susan.Baker, Gina Massa. : on such a dance at least once Miteheji; .Esther Mrs. Dell Johnson, LaCoste, Mary Pear- SEE: WHEELER'S TODAY!' Cut EXtra LenjttuHtterUls II I With Wide Beach

.,' Cmdy, Scales Beth Jack : i month: :perhaps the ladies Hayn.,;' Martha, :Mrs.. Lillian : sall, Taylor and J. Williams. ; TELEVISIONS : I I Keystone Heights-Ph. son
ton, Gall and Terri Christ- think differently. M. Innes? Elects;. Mrs>Irene" Winners of the Duplicate ;i WASHERSALL Cement Mortar Ulx- !

t cU rs. Susie Belote, and Angela Eastern Star News Williams. ;, and; Warder. :Mrs.Boruite Bridge Club include the fol-,i: WORK GUARANTEED Sheet Rock Winifred H.CRAWFORD.

.. A1kfn.I On February 20, Eastern ., Jones. lowing: First place, Mrs. Wal-!i:i iI Mill on Hyw U at MUdkborg,;
I During' intermission and 'Star members will hold their T retiring Worthy Ma- ter Frolick and Mrs. C. C. AUTO SERVICE Phone BU 2-5272 ,
Rer. Real Estate Broker
I between numbers Mr. Fox regular meeting at the .advanced trorf \'fts.: Beatrice Schroeder r Maxon; second place, Mrs. R.j'j'r fILL WORK Lake Properties AereagRanches .

;1"a8 having numbers drawn hour of 7:30..At: about and WortbY Patron, Ralph ,! P. Vogh and Miss Gladys Mc- ', I

!'Irom the >fish bowl for door 3:15: p. m.. open installationof Crawford, will 'assist in the ; Gill; third place Mrs. Marie 1 Baker Enterprises"Available" Keystone Hone- BUIin.at1. RentaJb

: -ff II prizes. All prizes'were'donated new officers of the Key- installationservice.. A Social Dent and Mrs. W. H. Davie. I Baker, Prop i Millwork "We Take A Personal Inter**
will take Hour follows the installation Auto 21 Hr. Service! Shop
\ :by, Keystone Heights merchants stone Chapter place. ,' School News I Repair In Tour Requirement. ""
.- &v ,. and there certainly Friends off chapter membersare under th?, direction of Mrs. The :Melrose PTA met at 8" i, Bait Shell Gas & Oil CABINETS DOOZS Midway: Keystone HeifbtiHelrwe s

I I i '.S,. ,,,_ _,_______._ a1 t _-_ _S ,, were enough of them! invited. The Florida Past Gloria Murrhee, and Mrs:: p. m. Monday in the school Available 24 Hr*. WINDOW FRAMES i
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I : 'jw-ft. -4 George Colgin favored the State Grand Worthy Matron. Katherine McGlave refresh- I tuditoriua.: Portable Electric Welding SCREENS i
1 _. ,8 c.4b1; ,IV -"<*V >,-I II entitled "Squeaky Shoes." Past State Grand Worthy Pa- Sunchine Cards, have been I Judge Wm. E. Warren of Pa- Keystone Heights 4656; Sash Made T. Or&r I 68 5ZU1RESTAURANT

I 'k.......; .yu i: Kate,rf baSAess}: problem it is'Cft\iteike1yI fofrsra 'tEe erid fof thV iron Vincent'Brice, of Gainesville sent to Worthy Patron Ralph I latka, spoke on the topic "The I Keystone Height TeL 42S5 I

1 that .vou will fi \a 'frfe'soundest solution right here I: evening the man and the will be the installing of- CrawfordiWilliam Campbell Problem Child" or as he pre- FLORIST

( t'itr\1; b1\f.: i ,., I: '\" man with the best costumes ficers. They< will be assistedby and Mrs./JIaze1 McKay. who I ferred 'to think of it as "A i I PACKAGE STORESha.ughnessY'1 Meet Your Frietdj

were'.chosen- The judges Mrs Mrs. Laura Johnson State was hospitalized, but is now atLawrence's
.jfbflca ft profitably use added funds to I child with Problems. I WilliamsFLORISTNUESEBY
I, r' : :' in- Chessifr D vrick. Mrs. Vera' Grand Treasurer as Install- at home. Pull recovery is" Edna !
It xp, 'yb f .t).sr 1ss'Iossibly yottafe 1onior As a conclusion to the meet- DinetteCOLD
: ; OwnbOTt: Mrs. Mary K. Schaef ing, Marshall: Mrs. Louise hoped for these'members very I i iI PACKAGE STOftB
I V torM J> ) : orkirig cpJt.! Or your accounts social hour BEER GOOD FOOD
} ri. r; ing, a was epjoyed j I
fer. BiUrBeam. and Jess Lew- Lattimer. State Grand Instructress soon. FLOWERS ji'OPEN 8 A. M.-12 P. U. DAILY
.I feceTvabfft ..mAy.be; log-jamming your pro- '!Jsl chose Mrs. Evertt Fox and of .,District 8 as Installing Home Demonstration News t in the cafeteria. I For AH Oecacteu CLOSED SUNDAYS Open 11 a.m.to9p.rn.

gress. .. Roy Tyre as"having the best Chaplain: and State The Melrose Chapter ot:I' Room count was won by Melrose Phone: GR 5-2331, Keystone Melrose Highway t Mon. thru Saturday

1 'Tile'Loatt Depzrtitlen!( of this bdii-wiff welcome f i tosfiie4: Past Grand Organist as. Installing Alachua County Home Demonstration -I \ Abo Closed Sunday
ttrnroppWfluAUy'fd:' } ) af fii ge a mutrivi! satisfactory r The { Masonic Hall lookedpeflaHr Organist. Club will meet I INSURANCE INSURANCE Blue Pine Package Store t Bar 21-Keyatone Heights

I ;Jafi'nriiktJ,6 t' mantial i needs?t' me on in 'a idt % : attractIve with the 'Officers to, be installed are; Thursday.-Feb. 22, in the clubhouse Rt 100 South' WELL DRILLING

_ t I ''lvEfoo.' < .;tther.I i new drapes which were made Worthy' Matron, Mrs. Ernes- at Melrose at 2 p. In. ; I _:
Geo. E. La Rue I An Insurance Plan
Saving .
I AlLd fJ) f' X&I ; ; 1Ta __ by the ladies .of the Estrelnta f tine Eisenacker: Worthy Patron The club project will be the ;. -REAL ESTATE WELL DSILUNQ

'Club under the direction of J. Azzie Williams; As- making p|,>lamps. Members Your Local I II If You Live It's a sa\1II1'1! J IJP81IV
-I ;lilt 'lY.&JjJt STA1: BANK :. their president Mr, Irene sociate '"Worthy Matron Mrs. who have ordered the lamp TRAVELERSI I If You Die It's Insurance''!,|C. J. Pete O'ConnbrREALTOE r q ; stU

0/1/ MEMBER F.D.I.c.\\' Williams. Masonic officers Phyllis C. Hussey; Associate I: parts are asked to be present I, ASK YOUR GULF MAN I I I MATHEWSWell
Land friends' assisted in the Worthy Patron. H. Edward ; as directions for assembly will INSURANCE
II h A 'J'rle1l4I)1tlanl..fit: A Friendly Ceun ity I REAL ESTATE
4 j f ":;!.s Kt ,I purchasing orTtfSTafid "4fii=- H .sCy;: Conductress Mrs. 1 be given by.JLlrs. Josephine H. Keystone Heights L.. R. Brault I MORTGAGES APPRAISALS,; Drilling
j '1 'i ; !, Fla. tures, and with the instal- Bertha S. Ward: Associate' McSwirie, home demonstra- TELEPHONE' 469f 'Keystone lights. Tel 4558-4151 Keystone Heigbte, Pfcon 4291'J MELROSE GR *'UOIw
r' iation..with..quite6aUsfactoryS Conductress Mrs. Edythe I>I Continued o. am r&le] I ,

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'Y ,YYYYYYTT.,. :.... ; 'TY.1 Y' YYYI. i ters. WUh /only..three* more\ in Starke tonight [Thursday I sent there are only eight .children -I Hall, Stenna Logsdon, ,David ...YyYYY.TYTYTTTT.TTY1. .S -" S Vt father.. J.- W.'. Priester--...The :: Charles. r' A Darby .., .. .# .

K weeks. fo. go;, enthusiasm isj Teen-Agers Enjoy Dance in the choir, they did an Schaeffer, Jimmy McMurtry,' IS I same,.day they also visited m Cflerk.Bradford Circuit Court" THE RIGIIT JPOIXy' : rJ.th!.
CoHnty, Florida
running nigh *-ar, The teen-age boys and girls 1t{ excellent job and received i: Diane Brokas, Margueritax HAMPTONt i Gainesville, and with. their By Marian L.; Crosby, D. C. way you ,writrrCorae in and

!! f H4i i: 'TEesults: .""as ofFe2>v 2, 'are as of St. William's Parish held a'' awny .compliment from the j' Float, Alec Livingston and son-in-law and daughter Mr.I II IMr I Thomas & Pierce select your favorite ESTER

:A L4.ALA A 4 follows:, Drivers:Oena! Christ: dance on Saturday .evening..,; contrfgatioiwThey will have :! George Leath.., Highlight\ of t j and & Calvin Richard and : By George H Pierce: I I I BROOK Fountain Prn. TELEGRAPH. -

; .1. --.r > I offers 2Hilda Jackson [sub] Feb. 10. in /ecreatjan baIL a respite from.rehearsals fo* t; the evening"wilTbe crowning ,\Mrs.. D.' E. HillAAAAAAAALAAA1AAA4 ,,I :smily, jn! Oeala, I'1 Attorney for Plaintiff II I II- .
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From Proceeding Page] 1; Mary Brokas 2:,Lois Walk- Mrs. Lena Clemens.was ,chap.Il'IOne. I week or two.and then begin j of the king .and.queen. .I .
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I I dfearn I I v Bob Faile and S ,-. .-. -S g -
1 While
Err ; Kathy attendance .
I tion agent. ; ; i was working an Easter music. .' I You save money, if, you buy fMstrch Of D chillren moved laat weekend -.--.:." ,--- '-=-o, _'.'::,;c"S.--= -_ ;:- _-_ __ --5- :--'-- : -_- .:,..: 2-._
total for Drivers, 7. not large, the and .prjve, .
boys girls ,
At roll call time, memberswill Putters I St. Anne's Vestry take? your tickets, ahead, of, time.j :\, For Hampton into t their new home.in Carol} ...;.- .5 -'k -. -c4-M.'r'.q---.r.--. "S _,
: Pansy Hawes. 0; did have a 2000.,time.r. and et5$5e.41 !
announcing that from of the members. .
pleasure in one .
be asked to respond with i \ j 44- ; Estates._in Gainesville. 4Y- S.s
They .
Sue Dwyer, 1 Vesta Aiken, 0 they had plepty of good ) .
; ; :rem the new Yicar.Jlev. Williapi mission: 35c -stags 50c dra,. The; house-to-house ;canvass '
a tip on good lighting. Visitorsand have. been with! 5
living Jiere
Elva: Stea. ham, 1; and Erma i I freshments. I Worstall,will conduct his firs; -At the door they will cost 40c tfor the March of pimes :
most her
new members are Rushton 1. Total I Card I I father. Raleigh Brannen. ; If's nmAn: HOUSE g
for Putters. Party At Birds' service here on Sunday March stag 60c drag. brought. in ,$5Q.44. tfrom the (
welcome. If interested t.
are t.'cr the last
.). \ Mrs. John Bird and her his Hampton .".area, Mrs.. J W.I t severaj months i
call your neighbor, Mrs. 4. He, and family. will mov ,, 'J rulli/I. ..
Chippers: Freida Wyman, ; daughter, Mrs. -Walter Andrewsen to Keystone- Heights during- FIRST BAPTJST. CHUECBKEYSTONE : Home, chairman for Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Don 'Pearson j

Helen ,Y. Egan., whQ is publicity :,. :2; Zee Tolles, 2; Fran Lhings-I ent rtalne-t: their the latter part of this month said this week. i 1 of st.. Petersbunr spent last : 1. E
chairman. Her number!! HEIGUTS 1I Li S ENQIN
ton. 2: Aggie Watson: friends with I weekend here with her i !
is 3733. Remember this is aj a card party on_j i where they will take up resiaence This amount does not in* j par-j --S

I federal project, and Menzen, 1. Total for ChIp- Thursday afternoon and in the Albert .E. Bach' J.- R. Smith, ,pastor, Ralph, elude that taken ,in from the j; rats Mr. and Mrs. 1!. M. i i
is entitled to the advantages j'j'l pers, 9..Sandblasters. Thursday: evening, Feb 8. i mann house of Lake Keystone.Rev. Copeland, Minister of Music; canisters placed ih the stores ;!! Matchett.. j gMPACT.on

p l cf ;(membership. : : Eva. Hall 0: In the afternoon. Mrs. Henry -I and Mrs. Worstall presently nd church organist. ? here nor envelopes'-distributed''i iQ.the f Mrs. Ins Knight and son,i IN TOE ,;
I ,
t The Social Hour will be in' Sylvia O'Connor, 0; Kitty MickIe won first, prize for resided in Jacksonville Rerrtces- : Stmday School 5:43 school children Mrs. i; visited the W. C. demons i i ir !
Martin 0 Louise Nelson I oridge, and Mrs Louis Kyle Morning Worship 10:5 J charge of Mrs. Carra Griner. ; 0; where has been the Head- : Home said.Assisting S ,
Scout Family Night and Lilly Lee 1. Total for won second. Mrs David Nelson ) : master at the Grace Chapel *. Training Union! 7:00: p.:: Mrs.. Hcrne with I I[I Mrs. J. A. Williams apd I iil

Sandblasters 1. won first Canasta Prize,1! Parish'SchooL n. Evening services 8:00: !( daughters
A Family .Night pot luck t P'Ita..191. -house-to-house canvass. visitej: Mr. and ,, .
Win whileMrs; George Colgin,won i t .. to -
Girls Game 63-29 invited
; Community Church Notes ate. share : Mrs. Mrs. William: Fowler and .5 '
supper will be enjoyed by Boy were Otto Hicks Jr., Mrs. I.
second. Mrs. J. 0. Hanson family Prayer time' witn W. -t *
Scouts and: their families on The Keystone High School j The Community .Uhurch- Milton Mosher., Mrs.. V. J. children in Jacksonville on: t.
won the door prize. j SCOMMUNITY* -
February 20 at 6:30: p. m., in I Girls' Basketball Team wentto women Circles will meetMon-" 4S i i Sl de. -and Mrs. Ina. Knight. I j Tuetfay'! last week. Miss 11 -
In the evening, Mrs. John i iKarges CHURCH I i
the educational building or Anthony Tuesday night '| day, Feb 19, as follows: Circle All expressed their apprecialtion ;| Amelia Williams returned to : S. 1.
I Jan. 30, to trample the An- won high prize 'for' KEYSTONE. HEIGHTS : !I classes at the University of --s: :. :. S. .
the Community Church. All 1. Mrs. J. W. Grolick .d& for the cooperation given Ir :1 : .
bridge, and: Mrs.'A, F. Crosbywon i r -5-. 5 --S .; S...
parents of Scouts are urged to I thony girls 63-29. Highscoring second. Mrs. leader meets with Mrs. Edward Dr A. C. Bolt, Minister. them during the drive. Florida. this week after several r rI '

attend. Each family will bringa forwards on the Keystone Marge Tracywas Dors at 1 p. m. Circle 2, Mrs. Mrs.Geerger A.:Canova, Or-' Reminder. Te Register j'I days here with her family.Mr. i'I
high-scorer in ; Canasta: '
,covered dish. team were Rubylane Smith,I I while Mrs. Ruth, Ohlson ana R. A., Gaunt, leader ,meets in ganist and_ Director.! g : Only a.few weeks remain,\ : and Mrs. Carlton Chas- I i ,,..#

Fire Dept. Notes with 30 points, Carol Campbell -'|I Mrs. Marguerite Grennan the educational building at RIchard Cushuao, oath Dir, .i register .for: the spring Priraiarjr -I tam and Tommv and Mr. 'I: 1c

.The Keystone Heights Volunteer with 15. and Nancy Sut- tied for second place. The 1:30 p. m., and Mrs. Bertha Sunday Scho6l,9:45, : A.., .m : : ;-ejection, voters in the :, and Mrg. Jerry Williams] were I

Fire Department met ton with 13. Jane McMurtry door prize waS won by Mrs. Jones, will be hostess. Circle Mernjny Worship\ ,,, 11 a. 'm. I Hampton area, precinc\ No. all dinner :; ,

Tuesday: Feb. 6, at 7:30: .p.' m., contributed 3. points, and Myron Prevatt. 3,-, with Mrs. Frank E. Stitch- Young People, 7_p.'m. : 5._are 1-eminded. Books are guests Sunday at l : > : '

in the Firehouse. There were Carol Wolfe another 2 towardthe PTA Tonight berry as leader, will meet with Pioneers, 6p.m. I open at Mrs. _Home's .store, the home of Mrs. Jessie Chas-\ : : : : ,<+' : ''' :: "ii

I 24 members present 6 absent, victory Jo Wildt was the This evening the PTA will Mrs. C. L,. Sipe at :1:30 p. m. -, and all hew voters.are urged tain here. : \ l ': :0" N" 1$0.KE11----. : J
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and one excused absence. outstanding ball-handler in Circle 3. Mrs. A. F. Crosby as ST.,ANNE'S EPISCOPAL I I to register soon.Requirements .'i.'X" .
hold its regular monthly meet- S ,,. :, .... ,.,,',
I President Everett Fox presid the last quarter., Outstanding leader, will meet with Mrs. CHURCH.. I for .f-: ::}-v./-: : *: : ''',' -:; ,".: -
ing in the Cafetorium at-Keystone :.KEYSTONEt voting are .s-I.S' -
ed. guards for Keystone were Re- Henry Mickle at 1:30 ,I i : ItTbe
: m.
i school. The p*- that a person is over 21,_ a CfrgtConrt Ol I
; i Charlie McGlave reported ba Hall Barbara Drake, and program CircleS. with Mrs. John'Kar- Sundays::30 a. m.,Church, I resident of Florida for at least Florida, Eighth 'Jadlfla! ; DLENAMBASSADOR
will feature the children of the Clrrnit.) la AId for Bradford .
that the marking, of hydrants Stenna Logsdon They were first and second 'grades- The ges, as leader will meet with School 9::30. ,.< .m Morqlnc one year, and of Brad- County, I. Cbaarerr.. !

I had been completed, and recommended assisted by Lee Ridaught, Vi: Mrs. James McEachem at 130; PrayerandSemoii list Sun, ford County for at least six DIVORCE I v-a
girls from:the .Home _Ecu- Elva M. S.'ott, Plaintiff
I that a map be Ridaught, and Margarita.Float nomics Dept. wil) model some p.ou; ,The Nightengales, with '.oay/,,Holy ,communion) \ ]. 64, p.I:l months, Deadline for register- Harold Jtr Srotf Defendant., vs I
prepared showing the location to bring home another win Mrs. Leon Wagner as leader, !Episcopal Young ChUI'Cb"1 NOTICE
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1ngIAprflj. Rambler-it's
of the !
things they have mad S. a a performance star-it's a 250i
of all water plugs. Gene Wil- for the, team. will meet in the educational men. -S g i I To. HaroWR. Scott. 14017
m sewing class under, the'di- I I Birthday Party Honors Roneraont. Detroit n, Mlrhigran HP
: If ((270-HP optional). Experts rate it
liams was assigned! : to attend Nancy and Carol fed the rection'of building at 8 p. m. Mrs. Leon Holy DayS1:30: a. m. Holy Miss Frances Lott, 16 You are hereby notified thata

. to this. He will provide a map ball continually to Rubylanewho Mrs. Mabel Hills; Wagner will be hostess. The I Communion.!. ?, f I complaint for divorce has I the finest, most luxuriously comfortable compact
For those who would .rather Frances Lott, daughter ofMr. >><>PH filed against you, and you I
for each truck, and one for couldn't seem to miss the sit than Rebeccas, with Mrs.. Don W. Third Wednesday. PajUl)I are required to serve a copy of performer going.Seats sx6-footersTurns on a dimea
stand and Mrs. F. P.
we have this Lott was
the firehouse wall. I basket. Barbara's height under advice Go hackleford as.. leader- will Covered. Dish Supper 8 or 6:30i: 'I YOUr \rewer or Pleading to the I breeze to park, fun to drive! Try the action-
: early. honored with
a birthday partyat I Complaint on the plaintiff's attorney
t Chief Tommy Mlllican reported the goal enabled Keystone Scout News meet with Mrs. Myron Prevattat p.m.- -S t ;, their home Saturday, Jan. George H. Pierce. ?03205 packed Ambassador V-8-at your Rambler' dealer's!

the f9llowing fires for girls to get rebound after re- ,Cub Scout Pack 305,,spon. 8 p. m.< ........yTY... ... .. l 21. TJie. party for her 16th Starke North, Florida Temple and file Avenue the original -

January: :Jan. 13. at Pinon oound; while Reba's and Sten- sored by St. Anne's Episcopal The Community Church- MELROSEI I I birthday,, featured games apd Answer or Pleading in RAMBlER
na's speedy dribbling and women's Annual Tea is scheduled f the office of the Clerk of the
accurate -
r residence on Smith Lake: Jan. Church, has ben.re-activated. refreshments! of birthday cake Circuit Court on or before the I
I.. 1*. Dodd, at Midlake brush passing got the ball with Bill Belote again servingas for March 15. The namesof S 'I I and.punch. Thirty guests were 24th day of February, He!: If1 WORLD STANDARD OF COMPACT CAR EXCELLENCE
down the the. following Committee -.y..1 you. fail to do to, a Decree Pro
I court to the Keystone -
fire. Jan. 17, Akridge cloth-
Cub Master. Den mothers : I present. for the occasion. Confesso will be taken against I
?ng in closet; Jan. 28. LaRue, forwards. The team- will be Mrs. Stella Elmore. of Chairmen are announced: I [Prom Proceeding Page] t Personals ron for the Belief demanded in I
work of these girls is General Chairman, Mrs. :, the complaint.
Club Estates, oven fire; and mendable. com Keystone Club Estates, Mrs. Frank Ilgen; Co-Chairman, I a barbecue !irj .the. .yard, fol- ; S S,Mr. and., irs.. J.-G.. Adkins Done &nd ordered at Starke, I I DODD'S AUTO SALES, 529 S. Walnut St., Starke
Jan. 30, Pinecrest Addition.
Madelene Wyman of. Lakevjew Florida this 30 day of January,
drove to Macclenny on Thursday ,
'brush fire. Scoring by Anthony's girls Drive, and Mrs. Mary Brofcas and Publicity, Mrs. David A. sowed by a dance: i; A.' D.. 196%. -
last week to visit her ----4
went follows Nelson: Reservations. Mrs.. M. The bOys basketball. team : f.(SEAL) .
>John DIckert reported on as : Nancy Par- of Lawrence. Blvd. Den moth.
H Schroeder Tables Mrs. :. _- .- .. 4- .,.,.
scube diving practice with the rish, 14; Linda Sims, 7; Judy ers: will have the assistance of ; suffered two losses last we.ek-I, --' S 5 .5___ -l__ P S '- .i Th- .- -
5- I
Jacksonville Club. Priest. 6; Joni Thomas, 2. Be- several other mothers.C. Joseph W. Wildt; Decorations, end. Friday night the Hw- -

Charlie McGlave again suggested cause of their lack of.height, J. O'Connor is now the Mrs.Properties Bert, Christoffers Mrs. William, Sr.; thorne Hornets ra, ed to a 6338 -

that Firemen Fox and the Anthony team was at a Neighborhood Scout II A& BUSINESS DIRECTORY ] I
Sthaeffer provide "squeegees" disadvantage from the start. for the Alachua Commissioner District-I Reynolds; Program, Mrs. W. win and Saturday night.
Hal Hand Refreshments Mrs.
: the Mustangs were downed, by :
for use in ,cleaning up after On Saturday, Feb. 24, the [which includes Keystone S __ _

f* es. Fox. .:aid this would be Girls' A and B Teams will Heights] of the North Florida I S.Mrs.E. J.Kennedy W. Grolick.; and Hostesses, The White Springs Lions 54- i I' -- : --_-_ : -_: I .- : S S __ _ u ___ n '.."

taken care of. The Secretary play Melrosrln Melrose. The Council. of Boy fiaouts. v Personals 46 in the. ..last regular game I -

was .authorized to purchase I I Keystone'team will be hosting' St. Anne's Episcopal.Church Master Sgt, Endora Gallant:' of .the season. Larry Strewn \i.A1.1'0" BRAKES- AUTO SALES &: SERVICE,GARDEN SUPPLIES SEWING MACHINES
heavy duty mops and broomsfor this game and all proceeds The regular monthly Covered WAC, arrived last Friday from r was high scorer for the losers ,, ""' .. ; .
use on trucks in station.W. I will go to the Athletic Fund. Dish ([Hull's: ; Brake Su1y'BRAKE5 Johnson & Paris Sewing Machine
Supper will be held Belvoir, Va. to spend a few ooth nights, with 20 and 2? ,, VOLKSWAGEN \ ,
G. A. News .to They hope to get a Boys' A Wednesday Feb. 21, at 6:30p. day with Mr. and',Mrs. John f SPECIALISTS": Inc. Service Co. :

'The Putters are leading the Team',scheduled-for that date .'m., in theParlsh:, House.Hostesses bird and family Sgt.- Gallant posits v/The,t lelrose .Lassieson .. ,Fo.Every..Caxori'nick.. ,,I Sales 7- ServJ'arta' ; I ,Complete Line, of \
too. This will be the last both games, ending hel IMilI Brow Motors New Home White
Keystone Women Golfers' for
Association this
month are and the Birds are friends of ;Turning Grinding t 5Reu.aluigWhile SEEDSPLANTS- Xecchl :
Tournament with game for the Girls team. Mrs. N. W, Hardenbergh, Mrs. long standing, having met a season in second place in The i I I m You WaIL : I Inc. FERTILIZERSInsecticides Plait 'I

34 points to the Chippers' 31. TIle Girls will also :play Nan Hopkins and Mrs. C. M. number of>i years ago when' Riverland Conference, topped j 1 1111 8. Main ;:vrGaiBMilleFR '!' FB 2-3552: -Pet Supplies Sales & Service
I On All Make .
., The Drivers have 19 points, Green Cove Springs, there, King. they were all on Okinawa.to. only by Cedar Key. The Cpn-1 2.8829 .' 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Repairs '
II 1030 i 815 W. Univ. A\"e., GalnesvU1
E University Ave. I
and the Sandblasters 15. The on Tuesday, Feb. 20. ference tournaments begin i 1 I
The Junior Choir sang for gether. At her retirement, 224 N. W.. 8th Ave. : 376-1075 ;

Chippers are doing their best The Keystone boys are .he Service on Sunday morn- several years hence Sgt. Gallant l- Thursday. I II I 7 <.5. -I. I S S Gainesville Ii FR 20476Gainesville. j (, i

to come in ahead of the Put- scheduled to play BHS in ing, Feb. 11. Although at prettWeatherproof'your plans, to settle in Keystone I AUTO GLASS f fI '!I Fla -
Heights where .she
property CHURCH MELROSE S I i B & G Mot'ors0.( !!HI-FI STEREO GOODS .S'
f .: Mauldin'iAuto ,
Mrs. J. H. Tullis was con- Sundays -10 a. m. Church :CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE I Tunes"The This Area's Most Complete List

lined to her home recently School 11:45: a. m. .M.orzpnf GI I |! F85 IDXLMAN !I Top
S .a t of Sporting Goods at
with leg but : S
a injury, has recovered "
Prayer and jSormon l11r5J! 1 Sales and Service Biggest Little Record .)
sufficiently to attendto Sunday, Holy Communion I i 2001 N. W. ISth. Rt. 441 Shop in the South" Jimmie Hughes Inc.
her ,
p.m. Episcopal Young Church- GLASS I j FB 6-7515 Ili-FI Stereo Component Dealer

and Mrs. Gather,Queen.I men. .t -i ,.J I I Pilot Hannan Karden 1113 W. University Gainacvlfe
and two daughters from Or- Windshield! &,Door Glasi
Holy Days 10 a. m.. Holy i KLH Fairchild Garrard "
lando spent the past weekend Communion. Replaced In Any Make DODGE LANCEB
t 811 W. Union Ave. Gainesville I II I
with Mrs. Queen's parents, The Rev. Lee W. Heaton I
Car Or Truck. I SIMCA. FB 2-3128 (i ROOFING
Mr. and Mn. Edward Bleha I II
Vicar. IMETHODIST We Handle Safety Glass I Sales Parts ServiceS
at White Feather Court. USED CARS TOO
We were sorry to hear that CHURCH FR 1-2551. Poole-Gable Motors I LADIES--WEAR The HeIzel Co.

little Patrick Brewer, youngestson MELROSE 1314 S. ,-Main -Gainesville. -- ROOFING
of Mr. and Mrs. Leon t I :119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville,I SHEET METAL

I Brewer burned his hands ReT. Kenneth W Griffith, I FR 2-434S I Cherry's I AIR CONDITIONINGNo

rather severely when he fell pastor, AUTO RADIATORS Job Too Large Or Too Small

Nj\\ into the hot coals of a bon Sunday School 9:45 a. m. I' f I!Gainesville's Most PashOnabl.1 202 S. E. 4th St. Gafnt'lVwl
CAMERASFuller's ;II Address For Ladies I II
Worship a. m. Butler's Radiator I I FR 2-1491
E. G. Johnston of MYP and MOP 7 p. m. I I DRESSES SUITS -COATS!

Youngston, Ohio who is win- Evening Worship p. m. Service i t I .5 I ACCESSORIES .

tering at White Feather Court, Prayer,!Meeting [Wed] 7:39: Most Modern Cores In Stock I Foto, Inc. I Ir 105 W. University, Gainesville SHOES -

-' had as.her recent guests, Mr. P. Repairs All Cars Trucks r "YOUR .CAMERA SHOP" -
9' I
S. and Mrs; Hugh Stroller of National Trailer Rental I, Headquarters. For Bob's Shoe

I I jr y- Akron .Ohio. 519 S. "W. 4th Ave.,. Gainesville!I Cameras & Photo Supplies I MOVER Ij Store

: fl IIL Guests of Mrs. Alma. Frost FR 2-0496, I,r" T. V. Stamps. Shoes for The Entire FsmflS )

are Pennsylvanians. Dr. and, 'tnlutt'H", '' I 1 619 W. Univ.. Ave.. Gainesville : FORTUNE FOB MEN : ,f
I I.
Mrs. Arthur Branari They FB 20713.COMMElRCUt Gainesville

UI" f1 ard is a Professor at the Uni- CHICAGO I '. Bags Milliaeiy-Acceaorl :
versity of New Hampshire at LONDON ,IRIL.-- CHRYSLER MayflowerLOCAL 21 W. University Gainesville

5I -' S Durham, N. H. They visited PLYMOUTO VALIANT I I fREFRIGEfcATION'Refrigeration AND LONG -. .

\ ui Keystone Heights last ..W1nj Authorized. Sales Part. I "' j i VACUUM CLEANERS

\\t\ S__ U' j I ter, too and made many ServiceHawesPowers DISTANCE MOVING I "'
ti'j. 'J ;I-_ fnends. I Storage And Crating I Makes"bf Vacuum.:*
EF I Mrs. Margaret Hall was I Service: Co. GainEsville FR 1-1221, "If It Needs Repairs'

hostess at. a dinner party on -.. .. I:..'-': t S1lne Iop 91d, ,Owner.. Bring In To_KirbyV
NEW 6 vgEH \'A : ia
Sunday afternoon Feb. 11, her Motor Co i Com.R frJjert1 ) "

guests being Dr. ,and: Mrs. MUSIC SUPPLIES Authorized Kirby pistributor
. FB_3-M81 I I9j Afr.CsnA1ilen1ng.FrIJre
d! Arthur Branard and Mrs. Alma Iw II&ten Kirby -
washday N.. .'Main.., a1nesvij1e t
.. ,.
Frost- '
*- S Strs -* : -- I Sold .......
And Serviced Arytime! - Sales & Service
). Alma Frost and Dr. Used Can -'!' 312 N. fttaJa Ira j Lillian's Music Store
Gainesville PR 2-8392 i 12 S. w. 1st Oaln8vm
N, and, Mrs. Arthur Branard weredinner 6-340 v i i.1O '

_) Sudden showers hold; no dread when you dry,all CLOTHES, DRY guests of,CQl. and.Mrs. iI I Heights FR..6-7700. "G& Aanu. Leader* I' S 9..6-1110 S .

yourw b1esindoort.venatnight..inafiameBETTER THE David A. Nelson on Tuesday. InterestingAccurate, :- I' <;: ,; t.'1 I -

leeaElectricDryorofon1rse.YOUP1taflefldt0 evening of this week. ,LINCOLN MERCTJpY CONCRETE PRODUCTS 'Since 1933. j IIWELDING
weather woni ...to lifting lugging and hanging out MODERN WAY. < Mrs* .Ella .Andre.A: formerKeystoner i COMET: FIAT METCOB ,I *KBAEATEK* "* "r .

a wetwah..andhavemoretif0rYourf3m11Y. S Is spending this t. : : t. \: .. :"-., INSIST 'F1.AiLtyoTJa WINTER- .1 J ""*
/ Authorized Sales CABLE Universal
Bertie*- CONCRI'rE5PRODUCTS -S Welding
week with her old !rinOO, Mrs. .
A flame-free, fume-free Electric Dryer dries clothes PIANOS_- mNOBOANCHOBQ
! in minutes..abaolutdy odorless and safe for.ven the See your I'Nelle Grayson, on Brooklyn .",. ,. -1 Parts: I ARE THE BEST FROM j, ORGANS -$19-1375', CompanyPipe

5- most( delicate fabrics. Noun-fadeflO(> wind-damage; Bay Circle. If there are any tio"' 'nwJ Mechanic .: S4.W O oi I Edwards.Building Sheet Colnmns>> $taei Fabric*.
cappicfl ratcnc al. Newt.Cortras* Drum
fish to be caught in Lake ..- 'k ,. .., 1 j ?-
no dust-smudge! Everything comes out fluffysoftand tion Steel Repair Tmdc
, I ___ Inc. Mua1c I
dealer' todayFor Brooklyn, 'Mrs. Andre will -- --uS.u-. ---- Vat Cart i iJJarkley Supply, !
color.bright...many pi ces no ironing. !1 TM O Budgets Bodies Trallen
726 .faIn.PR
catch them. ; S. 2-4S44
Ont htonroy St."'tw$ 15, Mo* S '. SPECIAL DESIGN
complete freedom from washday drudgery, go j Vaknttoe Motorsi FR 6-5831 I
Dance .
i I" S. V* k A.Send f Ga1n ril1e. P U."Ir I' Oraaraefttftl Iron
S Work
.. cll.dectnc. your' laundry ..4 automatic Electric I The Keystone Heights I youttaeapagttilft Jchecked. tb". i 615 'N. .iiii. Qam3YlH8 -- b12 8. E. First Gainesville, 519 S. }..fain'Ga1nmW..

"Washer flameless Electric.Dryer, "sit-down Electric .Ch pter of the Future Home- 'Cndowd find nr;check '. ELECTRIC MOTORS f. j r
Electric Water ctder.fi< money rQ
I Ironer..and sqper-fast,super-safe i makers of America will apon- t: I

. Hea.tedot an the hot waleryoutseed afan you need it. .- I for a St. Valentine's Dance $ enentta $U OIMCI'flIIi$55OL t 'Cr Motor Co.MERCEDES Electric MotorS 'POWER SAWS. ..... I IIf ;- -
r ine ., .
;, m Friday night, Feb. Id, In ., t :
SrI ''the School Cafetorium. NT4... J1lK. ,& Repair Co. 'to If S MeCULLOCH;' '
| ,Save you voted for your .- S t 'f t&3 -,- cLL.ORD1 I _i I OF GAINESVILLE. INC. t -' :Titk d Jill

choice for Valentine King. .,. Addrw, ; BENZ ': LVOAuthorized COMPLEXiJiXTtJUC it' CHAIN SAWS .. Pea. TO.. ],, .;.eo. On Friiiyt

...tfi CHlAff* TGOt | and the Queen of Hearts? YOU .Zar. S&1ea. & fi : will find "ballot boxes" in Otr.-- : .m." ServSee for All SALES AND SERVICE Yams.NeecUewort.f
I fLORfD ,'.'OWla i IL6HJ. COMPANY, '- '- strategicplaces in town. From :. :-..-- ; C-, I'I'State Hakes S "Distributor of Florida Saw Co. PrMinstructions
t\ .
AI Eidrir 6rer.'I It the following candidates, the S '- \ 586 E. UnlTenlty Are. New Lincoln
.. Motors" FRM411 Toys Games Deli -
"Jj .f-'l'U'JLD fLh -
1. ,.It. 1-1'1
royalty will be chosen: Carol *
'I.- FR 2-8318
..t.t AW I, dt, I I 2-4251 2538 N., Z, 18th Dr. Hobbies
I Wolf Rodney Paul Margaret
% S. :t-t1 I Pate;, Cliff Chapman Rebt I j l 0i1nesv1I1e.1"1'1L 1030 8. ifam. Gainwrffia Gainesville 625 W, University: OIWlY1UJi

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---- FEBRUARY 15 1962
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WYYTYYTYYYYYYTYYTYYY1jLAWTEY for the third six weeks' (period: 'ily Sunday. HEILBEOXN
ItII fly of Jacksonville. receipt of .proof or publicationof 1 Box 91, Brooker Fla.; Ervm : ,
1st grade: Debbie Davis, Recent visitors of Mr. and Friends of Mrs. F. R. Car- BAPTIST CHURCH this notice, the fictitious and Fay; Andrews. Andrews "
Sunday School. 10 ame of Econ-O-Wash, under Drug Co Starke, Fla. '
a m.
Jerry Daryl Billiard: Mrs. J. T. Reddish ; I
were Mr. radine will be pleased to know which we are engaged in business i-
' Peggie Griffis, Wayne Teston and Mrs. Edward Edwards of that she returned from Riverside Morning Worship. 11'a.. m. at 311 W. Madison St. Dated, A, D.this 1st i! 62 day at of Starke February ,
By Enza Blanchard Nancy Norton, Cheryl Higgin- Jacksonville.Mrs. I Hospital Monday. Training :Union, 6:30 p. m. St..I
... botham. I Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m.I R. R. and Cleo Andrews. Rt. 24t 2-22
Mrs: Susan Richardson and
.... Carrie Norman went
'.A. .A.Aa nUUh. Prayer Meeting '
2nd: Norma Jean lrevatt, to Jacksonville Friday where .Mrs. Raymond Shirer of i I
7 ,The five days of Bible Donny Wise Wayne Wainwright she will spend some, time Wooster Ohio spent several 7:30: p. m. Rev Joe Roop. SHOP ANYWHEREFOR
'study at the First Baptist Sheila Norman J. B. visiting Miss Debbie Phillips, days last week with Mrs. pastor. Ray Norman pianist.
Church closed last Friday Gladioux, Roger Eunic Joey Mrs. Susie Norman and her Richardson's brother W. T. Glen Norman Sur'"w School NEW OR USED NATURAL V '
.iigfci. Bennett, Bubba Benne bL superintendent: W. H. Green ;
Rev.. Edward Harvey of son-in-law and daughter Mr. Smith and the Mflo Smiths
Whitehouse and Mrs. J. T.'Hendry 3rd: Junior Austin Jerry and Mrs. John Aguair, and and Paul Smith families. Redding Training, Union chorister.director. D. R. I j Then Come See Us!
; and Rev. Henry Williams Teston, Dwayne Vanzant, Jay children. Mrs. Hester Hicks is spend- I

of Jacksonville were the Sapp, Pamela Tye, Data Grif Mrs. Raymond Suber, Mrs. ing a few days with her son- II I I "WE'LL MATCH ANY DEAL Dependable -- EconomicalPHONE
able assistants. At the close fis.4th Effie Ogilvie. Mrs. Sonnie :n-law and daughter, Mr. and NOTICE OF INTENTION TO I|I ,
'IMlocial hour was enjoyed. : Mary Lou Fugattt, Mar- Mrs. Floyd Martin, in Day- REGISTER FICTITIOUS >AMCj'I
Kite and
daughter and Mr. 9634301NIGHT 9642411CITY
Notice Is hereby' given that
Since this happened to be Rev. and Mrs. Steve Starling Jr., tona Beach. the undersigned, under the pro-I,
Jfeffey's birthday, he was mar Johnson, Michael Nor- all of Jacksonville, visit- Mrs. Theodore Wagert of visions of Chapter 20,953. Lawsof I I i OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT.
,farprised when it turned out man, Billy' Wise. ing Mr. and Mrs. Luther were Hil- Rhinebeck, N. Y. is visiting register Florida with, Acts the of Clerk 1941.of will the i: Your Authorized Dealer --
.so be his birthday party complete 5th: Carol Baxley, Connie liard and children Rev. and Mrs. Fox this week. Circuit Court in and for Brad- ;, 215 S. E. FIRST GAINESVILLE
during the
ford County, Florida,
Eunice. Marsha Griffis Dianne upon
with a beautiful cake. weekend. Mrs. Mae Wells, accom- .
I;Url,. Henry Williams was in I Teston.6th panied by Miss Enza Blanchard -
Recent guests of Mrs V. R.
Sharon Tatum, Billie
'attendance at the party. attended the district i
-" Griffis, Bonnie Rosier, Kay Reddish were Mr. and Mrs.
"'The Methodist WSCS met meeting of the League of
Brewer, Brenda Jones BettyJo Roy Reddish and Mr. and .
,Srlth Postmasters in Palatka Sun-
Mrs. w, A. Fox at the Mrs. Bobby Reddish and children
; Sapp, Charles Nonrian. day afternoon.Mrs. .
arsonage Tuesday night of Webster.
); i:hen Mrs. Bumgarner pre- 7th: Annie Barnes Ferrel Leona Edwards spent
tented the program. Refresh Brassell, Janet Brown Linda Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shu- i. the weekend with her son-in- g i tk .
Janice Lang. Linda ford and grandson Charlie
Devote law
and daughter. Mr. and
nents were served by the i
% Brassell. Tharp, of Cullen Va., who ,.
jostess. Mrs. Lavona Dausman Mrs L. L. Wainwright, in
8th: Johnny Tye Karen was visiting them, spent the Avon Park. : fr a ,s r :
11'. Palatka, a teacher in the'fls.Y weekend ;.,..
Lee. with Mr. and Mrs. 'bo
As The Churches
Hill school, enjoyed this
Recent dinner guests of Mr. Carl Shuford in Eau Gallic Grace Methodist Church
*|eeting with the members. : ru r dr
.'- Mrs. Leo Dyal ( Marie and Dr. and Mrs. John Wrightin School, 9:45
The spaghetti supper giveby were : a. m.; Morning
the MYF Thursday nighwas nMcDavid, and Burle Bronson Tampa. Worship, 11; Evening Wor-
; a great success. Proceeds of Gainesville. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. ship, 7:30: p. m. M. Y. F. each

'jrill l be used to help on the Mr. and Mrs. Willis Star- J. Dobbs last week were their Wednesday evening 7 p. m-

expense of sending someone ling and son, and Mrs. Allan granddaughter Mrs. Ernestine First Baptist: Sunday
to 'summer camp. Norton of Whitehome; visited Herring and son of Key West; School 10 a. m., Morning Wor- ,. ?
.;; Mr.and Mrs. B. E. Reddish the H. C. Harley family Sun- their grandson Jerry Hewittof ship, 11; BTU, 8:30: p. m. J.
) entertained Wednesday night.rJ day. Tallahassee Mr. Dobbs' Evening Worship, 7:30. Prayer -

; >f,last week at a family dinner M./s. Marguerite Chambersand brother, O. Dobbs of Raiford, i Meeting each Wednesday
honoring their son, Ray Mrs. Beatrice Dunn of and their son Cecil and fam.YYY..YY.YY. 7:30 p. m. .

t ill 9 his financee, Miss Betty Jacksonville spent the first
'... .. ... .....
Chaix! of Sacramento Calif.. part of the week with Mrs. YTYY..Y. YY YYY

.;Just prior to their marriage Carrie Norman. NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED x.. h : 1
Friday in Jacksonville. Other .
Mr. and Mrs. John Aguair i
"guests, were Mrs. Barbara CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY / a $
of Jacksonville visited Mr. :
,Berlin of Sacramento :Mr. and
and Mrs. Oscar Carter on
'Mrs. Ray Dorman of Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. [By Elizabeth Glues] ..s ? j
dish. and Mrs. George< Shu- A.;
Sunday dinner guests of ford and Mrs. John Shuford School News Club News

|:Mr. and Mrs. J. E. spent the weekend 'with Mr. The second semester of the Four Hundred Social Club. ,. i z xr
were Mr. and Mrs. nand Mrs. Phil Shuford in current school year is well on Look who's coming! Mr. Ollie &T.
''Warren and daughter of JackS Moore Haven. While there the way. The results of" the and his Mighty Duces of Jack-

'' nvU1e. and the Leslie Brad they enjoyed fishing. first semester examination sonville. They will furnish .. ;
.,ley family of Kingsley Lake. I Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal attended 'show that many students at music for the postValentineball ?; ,
Starting this Saturdayrftftemoon the funeral of Doyal RJE have been careless in on Feb. 16. This affair is'I

the Thrift Shop will Hart young son of Mr. and preparing assignments and I sponsored by the 400 Social : .s.

;fa open, each Saturday from 2 Mrs. Junior Hart of Raiford. :attending classes. Many students I Club as a pre-annual charitbenefit p-

'1 o 4 p. 'm. I Rev. Gerald Suggs of Bald- are behind in their. drive. Advance tickets I Z a v t
JHonor Roll win, pastor of Northside; Bap- subjects and a number of will be less, and may be pur-

;i. Following is the Honor Roll tist Church was dinner guest persons classified as seniors chased from Mrs. Audrey Mae a -
,of za;' wtey Junior High School of Mrs. Lois Carter and fam- may not graduate this year Gibson at 928 Crosby St., Miss
-- because of current deficiences. Aldonia
I Posey, 1016 KellerSt. -

... ,1 We invited parents of all ., Miss Mattie L. Brymer, Butane boils and bubbles even though beaker is filled with tee cubes. It is rapidly turning into 1.'apor-tlle way boiling water turns
students to check on the progress I Brownlee Street; Miss Mary into steam. Butane's ability to vaporize at low temperatures helps Super Shell gasoline give you quick starts in cold! weather.
of your child if you are Markon, On The Hill. Place

NOTICE concerned about his or her RJE Cafetorium, time, 10 p.'
education and progress.A m. until-Addie Leggett, re- '
special invitation is extended porter. : \

to the parents of all Notice: American Legion: One of Shell's 9
THIS IS AN ELECTION YEAR Seniors to visit the school.Don't Post 314 Auxiliary President Super ingredients can'boiloD
wait until May to show Mrs. L. M. Royal, asks all
interest. This may be too late. members to meet at 2 p. m.
; II
WITH THE FOLLOWING TO BE We, the teachers,,are concern Sunday attend to businessof .
ed about the future and wel- vital importance. I ice. Helps your car start fast forr

ELECTED: fare of your children Are Basketball

you? The RJE Tigers downed
3 County Commissioners Semester Honor Roll one' of their favorite riva ,
1st GrAdeAlfred: Linsey, i the Dunbar High five of r !{ top performance on coldest days.
3 School 1 Board Members\ Levy Lennon, Carolyn Jones, Green Cove Springs, by a ;:. .
Levern Bass Shirley Carter score of 45-38 in RJE gym. '\?. ,; .
1 state Representative Linda Jerden. .t"t '
This victory leaves the Tigers : .
2nd Grade -Horace Jones still undefeated at home. Willie
Joan Williams, Deeie Larry Banks a senior again led in zero weather, a car in good like kindling i in a log fire. It ignites easily AlkY helps control"high-speed knock?
All State :
and EVEN
County Sharon Hankerson, Jacqueline the Tigers in scoring, with a
condition should in faster.
Democratic Committeemen 4 Moore, Cynthia Broxton. total of 19 points. Levi Dexter -gets everything going Gum preventive helps keep carburetors

and Committeewomen I Linda Leggett, Cynthia Tyson came up second with 9 points. 3 or 4 seconds. uAntl-ICer" fights icing stalls clean inside. .

Sylvia Jackson Floria Cov- The Tigers will take on If.it doesn't, could be that your gasoline.
: &* FIRST" PRIMARY MAY 8 1962 Ington. Richardson High of Lake City The third cold-weather ingredient i i in Anti-knock mix gives extra resistance to
: fast Winter
3rd' Grade -Legertha Griffin lSn t vaporizing enough. can
Monday night in the RJE knock
Super Shell's winter blend is an antiicer.Its .
Linda Matthews Roy Ty .. gym. The Lake City cagers have that effect.on gasoline.Shell I. % 0
It is urgent, that everyone eligible and not now i son.4th will be out for revenge since scientists take care of this problem job is to fight carburetor icing. This Platformate is for extra mileage. "
.registered should visit their nearest registration t Grade [A] Ronald they suffered a defeat from phenomenon can I lead to sudden stalls '
i Strong, Joseph Alston. Betty i the Tigers at home last month. by including I an ingredient ca II etHane P.S. When you drive in for a tankful I'of
clerk at once, as the books will close April 7, 1962. I Davis. when 1 least them. '
Carolyn Coleman. you expect
'I i Coach Bradley of the Tigers in Super Shell's 9-ingredient formula. Super Shell, ask your Shell dealer to
Lane, Linda Ryson, Tom will have his in Shell "antiicer"coats vital carburetor
boys top
1 REGISTRATION CLERKS Marks Jr.. Lucile Mitchell. Butane can hardly wait to vaporize. Itwill check your anti-freeze. I It's a small precaution
ARE: i shape for this game. with thin chemical I film. Thisfilm
5th Grade -Gloria Hutchinson boil ice and ( parts a very l but it could I lot of trouble.
The Tigerettes lost to the even on turn to vapor see save you a

:, Pd. 1 (Lawtey-Geo.. ) W. Roberts / :i Green, Sandra Donnie Williams Jackson. Alvin Dunbar girls by a score of picture above). Fast vaporization, fast discourages critical 1.ice buildup and
2217. This was No. 2 cuts chances of stall
game icing
Pet. 4 (Graham Mrs. Ollie Rivers 6th Grade -Anthy DeSue It' I your
: )- Ralph Byrd.,7th played in the lost ,column for starts, stat simple.

: 1 Pet. 5 (Ilampton-Mrs.) Pearl Home ? ,I Grade [B] Larry the Tigerettes at home. Note: in very cold weather 1 Super How Super Shell's other ingredients
Brown Valara Jenkins Bev The Dist. 5, Class B Tourn help get top performance
: \ Pet. 6 (Theressa)-Mrs. Delaney Fisher / : erly Leverson William Lane, ament, with which RJE is affiliated Shell gets an extra dose of f Butane.; you

: Pet. 7 (New River)-Mrs. Eunice Moody Shirley Lewis Ivan McCullum, will be held at Wil- Quick-starting' Butane is only I one of Now you know about three of the nine
I listen Vocational High
Gloria Davis. ingredients in today Super Shell. Here'show
0 School, April 23-24. Super Shell cold-weather mgre di ents.
: Pet. 8 (Brooker-R. A. Colson 8th Grade-Marion Jenkins
Jacqueline Marshall Shirley Church News There are th.all. Read how the other the others help to give your car top

'...., Precincts, 2 (N. Starke) and 3 (S. Starke) register II, Brown.8th Grade [A) BarbaraMcCullum I was Allen observed Chapel Sunday: Women's, wit Day two can also help you when winters doing P erformance.h 5 H E L L

., ., at the courthouse, as usual. Coy Jackson.9th Miss Sylvia Ford as speaker its Worst. TCP additive helps restore the power

Grade William Pierce. with an address for the that combustion deposits can take away.

":IF YOU HAVE ANY DOUBTS AS TO YOUR 10th Grade-Jimmie Brown, Youth at 11 a. m. Anderson Pentane mix-for fast wa I
Janie Scott Queen >Moore. Junior High Chorus ed\ \ \ II I/

:p ELIGIBILITY, TO VOTE, CONTACT THE SUPERVISOR r 12th GradeMargie Lever- music for the program. Miss ,The Pentane mix in Super Shell's winter power with a purr. ,\\ //

MRS. son, Mary McBride, Elaine O. T. Thompkins was the blend helps speed the "warmup"process
LET- speaker at 3
Pinion, m., and Mrs- ..
; Ruby White John p. *Trademark;for StwH'1 unique cuoliB' edditl. CuoUu*
; .JTER, BY TELEPHONE, OR IN PERSON AT I Solomon, Herman Johnson Emma Lee Ayers Moran at 6 inside your engine., Pentane mix works cenumuig 1'CPiliC .... by U.g.ftlmt se wsts. .
1 Leola Houston Barbara Stalls p. m. Regular services will beheld

.. ONCE! I Franklin Richardson, Billy Sunday starting with
Bryant Mae Retha Wanton. Sunday School at 9:45
4.;. It t I Robert Clark. a. m., Fannie Bell Frazier in '
-. charge. Morning Service

I a. m. Evening Service 6 p. 11// -

Complete Photographic Service 'I' Monday events Bethlehem start Faithful at 7:30 Church Few p.; Tuesday m.[]all--t!I ft Where |To $et TODAY'The SUPER SHELL

R Cameras Hallmark Greeting' I Senior Choir practice; I

( Film BULLINGTON Cards Thursday Wednesday Junior, Prayer Choir Meeting practice ; I Gasoline With Nine ingredients For Top Performance

Watches ,
4' "FeatareLock"rn and Woman's Home Mission I

.: Jewelry Bibles Studio and Gift Shop Diamond I Sunday; Friday School, Prayer 9:45 a.Band m.1;I Mann's Shell Service Rivers Shell Station

: .. Tape Recorders, Wedding Morning Worship 11 a. m.1 41 .\ Cor. Madison & Church Starke Graham
The AllMaleChorus- from: / .a
Phonographs Starke, Florida Sets Green Cove Springs will render I
w Smith Shell Service Truck
a program for the Senior I 4 Stop

Diamond Saving Stamps with Every Purchase Choir at 3 p. m. Those who I I 4, f U.S., 301- Lawtey U. S. 301 WaldoPrescott's .

heard them at our church '' "
before can witness that they I : r
are Really an outstanding w Grocery ', Service Station

group. You are urged to come I' S //f1F : U. S. 301 (North) Starke Middleburg

tiM ofjinmon II and help make it a grand pro / \

p gram. Evening Worship, 6:451: i I if, Bill Reddish Store Baker's Shell Station ".1.

pL p. m.The pastor and members ........! .
TS.'S I extend, va warm invitation to Ii!I Heilbronn SpringsHarley's LakePrevatt's Geneva -
attend our church services i
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',- cay.-Mary throughout the week and Sun i ; Garage Shei! 'Station*'
..,. ; Rev. L. McKay.McBride.pastor.reporter -i j Highway 16 (East) Starke E. Brownlee St. Starke

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