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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 22, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Official County Publication Established In 1879 II J Trials Next Week


VOLUME EIGHTY-THREE STARKE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY FEB. 22, 1962 NUMBER THIRTY-FOUR!



I IN TWO DISTRICTS Two murder trials, of great interest to Bradford ,

and Union Counties, will be. in progress simultaneously 'f .

T:1: t : l next week, unless unforseen legal technicalities in- re-' .. .- --
r : Heated
TrusteeRaces tervene.
I I I -
Scheduled to open Tues, apparently wounded himself '

I ) pd. I day Feb. 27 in Circuit I' in the chest with Croft's pis-


-;-- ;3Pk -- Loom For Clay Co-Opii;, ford trial Court, of charged at Joe Lake Reddish with Butler the of is Rai-first the I Bradford condition tol and for was County several in a Hospital.He days critical in.


0 KS degree murder of Union was later removed to the

w Just as the District 1 meeting .! have the same right of appeaL -I present management, but County Deputy Hal Croft hospital at the Raiford State

) brought unprecedented i i i -- Prison, and has been kept at
sought -- -
f a place on the boardof and his companion Ronald
crowds to MiddIeburg onj!' "I have no criticism ofaker's I the prison since that time.
trustees in order to help Joe Reddish t J Jackson last May 23. ; :
February 8, so is the annual B work and bear no apply some of the techni- Set to begin Monday. Feb.1 Addision and a companion, .

-- -. -- meeting of Clay Electric malice toward! him," Loudon cal knowledge of Co-op affairs i 26, in Circuit Court in Jack- Rudolph John Pavlas. are .'s

1I f Cooperative expected to drawa said, "but under the circum- he has gained in 12 Plans is the trial of Dei both charged with the mur- \'_ -
For
I I; record-breaking 3,000-plus stances; I had no alternative years of employment there. City'sL i Addison. formerly of der of Gasque, but will be '. _
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"& throng of members and Visitors but to dismiss. him." The board of trustees last ake Butler, charged with I tried separately. The men -

!- to Keystone Heights on He declined to discuss the month reappointed Loudon to first degree murder in \ were the object of a massive : ,.

; Thursday, March 22. specifics of Baker's dismis- serve another year as man. 301 Sewer Job the slaying of State Troop- manhunt in this area for -

And the crowd won't all be sal, but said the matter ager of Clay Electric, a position I er Edwin L. Gasque last Oc- j! several days after the mur- -j

there just to eat fish and would probably be aired fully he has held for 21 I! tober 26. .1 i der, and finally escaped in a

I I hear the principal speaker, by the board of trustees at 3 ears. During this period the Handed To SRD Both cases involve the I truck stolen near Starke. i DeWitt Addison

j: i iS State Senator Fred C. [BudI i a later. date.Loudon Co-op has grown until it slaying of law enforcement They were captured in DaWson !

Dickinson of West Palm said that Altmanwas now serves some 18,700 mem- officers. Ga. after they had held stand trial. The question of
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-- Beach. dismissed under the bers in a 15-county area of Revised plans for Starke's I Croft and Jackson up a drug store in Albany. whether or not Addison was

Many 'will be coming to same policy for "inefficient North Central Florida. U. S. 301 [south! sewer pro- slain were Addison's attorney has sane at the time of the mur-
as they
cast their ballot in what is management of his depart- The annual Co-op meeting ject, reducing cost from $57- attempted to maintained that Addison is der will be determined during
serve warrant
a Reddishat
expected to be the hottest ment and failure to carry out usually attracts more than 000 to $45,000. have been submitted the home of on presently insane and incapable the trial.

Mickey Dansby, ninth grade science student, Miss Leah trustee election in the near- his position requirements."In 2,000 members and friendsto to the State Road Department near Raiford.Reddish's Croft father of assisting in the prep- In spite of the Feb. 26

Sutton (at right) will try to duplicate his feat of last year and by 30 years of Clay Electric other words," he added the Keystone Heights for approval by thetity's died at the scene of the aration of his own defense.A trial date, Addison's attorney
: history. Three trusteesare "Altman failed to engineers B. M. Tanner
win with this project at the District IV Science Pair keep his headquarters but this year shooting, and Jackson died circuit court judge in could
today & Associates of I still,file any one of
to be elected and two of idepartment under control, the word is out to Melbourne. a
and tomorrow. prepare a few hours later in a Lake Jacksonville ruled, however, number
the The of pleas before
incumbent plans the
nominees Baker has said that he intends enough fish to feed a multi- were revised after ,
have opposition that will appear to wage an intensive tude of more than 3OOO-at- the SRD had refused to I Butler hospital. I that' Addision is sane at the deadline that could result in
In USO After the shooting Reddish present time and I
Building able to a further delay.Hospital.
the approve them in
on ballot. The third campaign for election, bas tracted to the Co-op grounds January on

incumbent is so far unop- ing his appeal for votes on |by the double appeal of free grounds that they were not '

300 Projects posed, but there is always the the claim that "rates can be fish and Co-op politics. complete in that they did .
Expected I possibility of nominationsfrom reduced" to Co-op consum Although much spade not show existing sewer May Have $144,000 Available Gets

the floor. Write-in I ers. He said that he bore no work is being done by both lines already unaer the pres- I

Here For Science Fair' I in candidates the past.have been elected; : personal ill will toward the (Continued on Page 6) city.City ent route of 301 through the I County Hopes To Resume \Work Loan ApprovedFor


186 Half Pints ,
Approximately 300 The renewed interest In Found Surveyor Merrill Mc-
project!stilled "Atoms For Peace" will New WingA
will be entered in the DistrictIV Co-op affairs was sparkedby Millan also criticized the
be another attraction of the On Roads In
Secondary 1962-63
Science Fair in the USO fair, Jockel said. The project the dismissal on February Two Negroes Arrested first they called set of for plans because $165,000 grant of Hill-
new lines
Building at Bradford 2 of long time
HighS was sent to the fair from the a Clay Electric Burton Funds has been
which
would
ool tonight from 7-9 and all Oak Ridge, Tennessee testing employee, D. A. [Tony] have been too With the hope of resumingits 3Qa near SJarike Farmers for the Bradford County approved

day tomorrow. grounds and is termed "very Baker, on charges of insuordinatlon" In Shine Raid By City would expensive have because been too deep they, secondary road building Market. Hospital's 25-bed addition by

High school students from good" by BHS science instruc- b and "flagrant down far program during the 1962-631 4. Approximately 2.2 miles the Department of Health, Education
.' nine counties will enter projects tors. It includes models of violation of policy No. 76." as as 15 feet. He budget the leaving U. S. 301
Two Reno Negroes, lola* Klondes and Starke Negress I said that one such proposed year, County I south of and Welfare, according -
in the fair. Elementary Policy 76 includes several Littles and her Commission, meeting here Lawtey, running easterly and
I President Kennedy's nuclear employee Carrie Small arrested. Klon-, line was to have replaced I to a telegram received
students will have their pro- sub-headings dealing with Willie Reason, were arrestedby des a Tuesday morning, reaffirmed''Its northerly by Anderson Junior this week
jects set in the powered yacht Savannah" paid a $502.50 fine but i 12 inch gravity flow line signed by Congress
Armory, employee conduct. ;
up
and of nuclear reactor. Starke police Friday the Small woman served 90 running from Alligator Creekto priority listing on six High School. man D. R.: (Billy) Matthews and
according to Richard H. Jockel, Baker subsequently for
ran night in a whiskey raid (Continued secondary projects, totaling i I Senators
on Page 6)) the Peggy railroad tracks 5. Approximately 2.2 miles George A. Smathers
(BUS
scietiVV instructor Incharge trustee, District 1, and '
received which netted 186 approximately 12 1-2 miles.
and
half-pints.
which had. been successfully from New River station to Spessard L. Holland.
of the event. -
50 at the Mid- -
v9tes of bonded The action taken in
liquor. was
SR100 at Moody's Store. Mrs. Inez Green
operating for secretaryof
Three will be awarded years. '
prizes dleburg meeting to incumbent
in each of The haul was termed "one He said the only advantageof preparation for the annual 6. Approximately two miles the hospital's Board of Tru.-
seven divisions S. Bryan Jennings' 163.ccording .
of the largest in my memory the deeper line is that it budget hearing to be held by from 221A south of Silver tees, said last week that the
a1.ongith, a $50 cash prize to to Co-op by-laws, ," by Police Chief -- the State Road Departmentin
William Lake, running south through
; would have only remaining obstacle v
the I! served the unin- <*dUnr
project judged best in the iI'B names of Jennings and Rosser. Both Reason and the Lake City on March 2.The ,
__ mbited thewest "Speedville" to intersect federal,
I fair_ and,_ $25. to. ,the._ _second_ best_ will both- appear on Littles ;: swampyarea on Bradford delegation is > : agency's, l.a.ppro"
of Lit-
0. ,
overall project Division winners woman owner side of 30:( south between with SR 21. i of the,funds,tShe ;a1so said she
i ballot at the annual ties Cafe S. scheduled to be heard
at 9
Brownlee Street
on
- will receive $10 plus medal I the Phillips 66 Service Not included on the above assumes .that bids, will be a-:
a ; meeting as candidates for
in Reno a m.
free
are bonds of
becond on I Station and Tuck's list are two secondary roads vertlsed for next summer.
place, $5 plus a medal, District 1 Trustee.A Rosser In addition to its
$502.50, said. Both : secondary -
and third place winners will "- .. contest also looms In Drive-In. All buildings around projects the board that are already scheduledfor The remainder of the $300,0 (0
were scheduled for trial : assigned
receive $3 and a medal. Some!" ... 1' District 9, -where incumbent Monday night in Mayor's i the swampy area are already top priority for primary hard surfacing this year addition, or 135,000, will 4
----i served with funds from
students by present sewer lines, provided a
will also receive Hon !
John Norka received 52 votesat i
projects in the supplied by the
Court but were granted postponements McMillan said. countyto recent $1,500,000 bond issues hospital board.I .
orable Mention A.t.4: '
certificates.!! ;; %
the nominating meeting, until next week I ; the re-working of the old |The 25-bed addition will double
The remainder of the $12- The State Road Departmentwill
Twenty of the neany 300( while challenger Angus Hastings l lane of
to : U. S. 301 north from
council. face
secure They I
projects will be selected to enter Both '.:"--.:. .. 000 reduction in the revised receive bids this monthon the hospital's. present capacity,
66. .
polled names Starke to the county line.
maximum penalitles of fines t. '
i plans comes from the elimi- Dedan Church
the Mrs.
Green
the State eaid.
Science Fair in '
I will on the March 22 $502.50 ; N 2 Road'i
appear up to $ or 90 days in' : o. primary priority was
Pen colQ April 6. 7, and 8, nation of all crossover pipes a distance of more I
ballot.In -
j assigned to and
resurfacing
jail under city ordinances.
which would have miles and the Willie Reddish
Jockel said. $ -: gone un- ;
: District 8, incumbentC. Friday's raid was the third: ;: ; widening of State Road 16 Masonic.Meeting
An awards is der the new four-lane high- Road, west of Lawtey, about
ceremony : .- M. Smith was unopposed, in four months by city police east through Starke to the
1 1-2 miles. Also under Set For
scheduled for 7 m., tomor way, City Councilman J. D. construction MondayThe
p. but a contest could develop and the sixth arrest for county line, with curb, gutter .
funds from
In the BHS Doyle stated. with
row auditorium to
with nominations from the I and sidewalk within the
sale of
illegel whiskey in a j
climax the two day event. Contractors for the con- the bond issue are three local 'Masonic Lodge

Jock l said that he would I floor at the annual meeting. dry county since newly elect- struction of the highway city limits. bridges over the Santa Fe .will meet Monday Feb.. 26. at

"Like to think that as many LawsonLawson Dismissed from their Coop ed Mayor Randal Chitty and Rep. Thomas have already cleared right- After a lean penc-i: of seven River between Bradford and 7:30 p. m. in the Masonic Temple
jobs on the same day as Rosser took office last Octo- during which all
persons as possible would at ofway for the new road: years Alachua Counties. on W Call Street.

tend the ceremony tomorrow SeeksCommission Baker were Elbert Altman, ber."We Thomas QualifiesFor and work on the road bed is I secondary road funds were

night, to show their appreciation head of the operations department intend to keep it up expected: to begin shortly. assigned: to bonded debt retirement '

( to these students who have Post in which Baker until the city is dry or un- ReelectionRep. I Bradford County is

worked scvejjal months worked, and James Spark- til the terms of our offices j once more entering an era
their preparing Ewell Lawson. Starke businessman man who worked immediately expire" Rosser was quotedas A. J. Thomas Jr. has I U. S. 301 Curves when some secondary road
projects.
An atomic energy exhibit en- and former City under Baker. saying in the November qualified with the Secretaryof I ;I i construction will be possible.

Councilman, announced this Clay Electric manager A. 23 issue of the Telegraph. State as a candidate for To Be Unwound Present outlook is that the

week that he will be a can- J. (Pat! loud on said this Both he and Chitty still say I re-election to the State Legislature county may have around : t4J .__ __ __ __

Florida Pest Control 1 didate for County Commissioner. week, however, that Spark- they aim to do all they can I from Bradford County. Through Waldo $144,000 available for this c ._ _

Now Bradford's District 2 [IN. StarkeJ; man was "suspended" and to end illegal sale of whiskeyin He is now serving his in i the 1962-63 budget year. This _

Mr. Lawson took the loyalty : probably would appeal his the city. first term in this office. would build approximately :
Purina his, An overpass and two one- 't
Dealer
oath and designated case to an employees' rela- Their first raid on October The deadline lor legislative I way streets will be constructed i six miles of secondary road, f12

campaign depository. Countycandidates i tions committee. He added 30, in which six places were candidates to qualify is noon, to straighten the route of [. taking care of the first three _
Announcement was mad!
cannot actuallyqualify that Baker and Altman both hit simultaneously, saw Mike March 6. 301 through Waldo, State[i projects on the secondary
this week that Dempsey R. until noon March 6, -- priority list. After that, it is .
Road Board member Ralph
Sapp owner of Florida PeslContl'ol t however. To Avoid Rate Hike Powers 'announced in Lake expected that the county will _

Mrs. E. L. Crawford incumbent have secondary funds sufficient ;
& Chemical Co. is now r .r
City Monday. ( _
commissioner in j _
the franchises Purina dealer I ii The will eliminate to build about two frY
r
overpass
District 2, will not be a can- miles of road a __
Bradford County. John Breeden didate for re-election. New InsuranceIs a sharp curve, a right, year.
Employee As reaffirmed by the Com I
is manager of the loca I angle turn, and a railroad
mission Tuesday the first
in Waldo
crossing Powers
store, and James Cowart 1 i: '
May Election six secondary projects are: -Li
said, .carrying through traffic -
service man and outside sales- I L
over the railroad tracks. 1. Approximately three -
man.Florida Accepted By City i miles from SR229 to SR16 ,
Pest Control will carry Data Issued The one-way streets will be Rep. Matthews Dr. :Msrccilo

a full line of Purina Chows tied in with the north end of via the Union Primitive Bap-

Mrs. Marian Crosby Supervisor I the overpass to carry traffic tist Church. j! Congressional Contest
sanitation products, seeds, an<<<1 Starke city council agreedto las moved to accept the Peninsula I to do so add an additional
of Registration for into Gainesville. 2. Approximately! .9 mile
fertilizers. Mr. Sapp said th e take out a group insur- bid saYing '"It's tax of three cents per pack
company is now in the procesof s Bradford County has issued for employees cheaper for the cigarettes and one Traffic headed for Gainesville taking off from US301
city same cover- on
ance policy age
from the north will [South] at Negro church and! Rep. Billy Matthews.Challenged
running tl survey of Bradford "- the following information of! with the Peninsula Life age than Life of Georgia, cent per gallon on all gaso- leave 301 before I
just enteringthe running south through Lincoln -
County to determine th e interest to voters: Insurance Company of Jack- and if it can be specifiednot line sold in the city. The
needs of farmers in the area l sonville at 77 cents to raise each new proposal is to be overpass and traffic City; and approximately -
"Primary elections will be per premiums presented
and what would like ; headed north from the 1.1 mile from SR100 [near By Dr. Marcello Of Lake City
they fo $1,000. year we'll be that much bet- to the 1963 Florida
the local store to held in May, and to be eli- Gainesville area will take Starke Veterinary], running
carry. The contract calls for ter :off. Board members Legislature for adoption.
gible to vote you must be reg- new traffic past business houses west to connect with Lincoln
a 5 cent per ,$1,000 raise over said that one reason for The resolution states that D. R. (Billy) Matthews both consumer and producer"
istered and in good. standing.If I which are on the present City road. Rep. ]
HAVE FUNAt you failed to vote in any last year's contract with the'! Life of Georgia's big price all proceeds from the pro route of 301. The old ice- 3. Approximately one mile will have opposition in his bid I Dr. Marcello, 48, has lived

Life of Georgia Insurance hike is that the company posed new taxes would go for re-election to Congress''in Lake City since 1916 where
The election in 1960, you should house, now unused. will be connecting SR 16 with U. S. .
contact 'the Supervisor immediately Company which charged 72 paid, insurance on three employees back to the city from ,which: one of the buildings that will I from the Eighth Congressional he has practiced as a chiro-

OLE SOUTH ] ; otherwise your cents per $1,000 of insur last year. the money was collected. have to be removed, Powers Mixed Bowlers District, including Bradford practor. He is a member of the
name will be removed from ance. But it is 13 cents less The new contract is exPected Council also okayed a load I County.His Catholic Church and numerous

FESTIVAL the registration books. than the 18 cent hike, from to be formally signed of light poles to be pur said.The Open Play FridayThe i challenger Is Dr. John A. civic organizations.Dr. .

Sponsored 'By "You may register for the ';2 to 90 cents per $1,000. before March 1, the expira- chased for use on U. S.. 301 re-routing of 301 Marcello of Lake City who, in; Marcello said that he

Starke first time in one of the precincts that the Georgia company tion, of the contract with south when the new road is through Waldo has been a Mixed Bowling League announcing for the office, stated actively supported President

Woman's CJub or at the courthouse.To wanted for 1962. The new Life of Georgia. constructed. Street Superintendent source of controversy for opened play at 7 p. m. last Friday !- that his key objectives' Kennedy in his campaign for

be eligible to register,, contract calls for the same Under the Peninsula contract Merrill Dees said that at the Bowlero in Gainesville would be "medical care for the election and would support the
many months. Waldo businessmen !-
Turkey Dinner you must have resided in coverage as with Life of a city employee may 18 new poles will be needed with the couples' bowling aged under social security; re. Kennedy programs In Congress,

And Florida for the past 12 Georgia. purchase as much as $9,000 for the road. feared that the over. three games each for their peal of the Federal wartime if elected.

Floor Show months the last six I The board accepted the I or as little as $3,000 insur- Mrs. Ruby Johns, councilwoman pass accommodate through handicaps. excise taxes on all travel and Rep. Matthews who residesin

StartingAt of which must have monthsL L contract with Peninsula only r ance. The contract will also i told the board she is I traffic would mean a loss of ,! Individual high scorers honors utility costs, and the seekingof Gainesville, has representedthe

6:30 P.M. Bradford County. after the company's representative state that benefits be cut in looking for building space.to business. for the night went to Bill fair prices for all farm pro 8th District for more than

Thurs., March 1 "The Supervisor's office, In Starke, ,C. 'R. half for all employees 65 .. store Civil ,Defense food Powers said that he and I Nelson with a game of 202, ducts at the farm level"In nine years. Concerning the recent

in the courthouse, will be open Reynolds, said he thought it years of age or over, as did supplies from the federal while his wife Neoma Nelson making his announcementfor revision of the district

This Space Contributed Monday through Satur could be specified that there previous contracts. government until buildings other State Road Department led the ladies /with a high of re-election this week, Rep. he said: "I regret to lose five

uay for Wednesday P will be no hike in rates next In other action the council can be designated for that officials reached a decisionon 171. Matthews said: "As a memberof counties from our 8th District
except
; Weekly 19 Publicize afternoons, and on Tuesday r year as there has been with I turned over to City Attorney purpose. She requests that the re-routing plans aftera The league win be composed I the House Committee on Ag. but I welcome the addition of

Community Events by from other companies in the past. George Pierce, of the firm of persons having a snail space of three couples on a team and I riculture, I feel that I am in I "
and Thursday evenings L : survey with Alachua County Clay, Flagler, and St. Johns.
The 7 until 8, or until applicants: Reynolds promised to find Thomas and Pierce a proposed for that purpose which they will be a four team league. The a particularly vital position to
Community Engineer Roy Miller and Matthews and Marcello 'will
for 7 registration have been 1! out about the no hike clause. resolution prepared by wish to donate or rent reasonably schedule will last for six oz be, of assistance in helping

State Bank (Continued, on Page 6)) |1 jthls week. the Florida League of .Municipalities for a few months County Commissioner! Sidney nine weeks, depending on the maintain food and fiber fox;.I vie for votes in the First Primary .

-1 I Councilman Wayne Douj- that cities needing-.ontaether. Martin last week. interest shown by; the couples.. our people at a price fair tc) ; scheduled for May 8.
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I IEj"in IX COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, Miles deceased.: dence and post-office addi. -.s
bond of
Jimmy Lawson and Buddy New Income Tax Thomas To Attend I $27.50. IX AXD FOR BRADFORD February 13, 196!. of the claimant and IIUI"t ...
Baker were in Daytona over Collins Wells, reck- COUNTY, FLORIDA Sue B. MilesAdministratrix sworn to bj the claimant, i II'
Mah'E.inedTa l : 4 Legion Confab less- .driving- -by unlawful la re: Estate of of the estateof a gjll. t>r his HtU'Ulrv :
the weekend attending the '. ..- j GEORGE A. HIBBS deceased. E. F. Miles. deceased. *Hl become voW cording
1 auto races. Club !speed forfeited bond of $27.- NOTICE OF FILL G PETITION ThOmas & Pierce law.
Rotary '
i A. J. Thomas Jr.' will-attend 50fr 4 14 i FOR FINAL DIS- Attorneys &.t law .Ft-l.rua 1, 196S.
Mr. and Mrs-Rene Gracia the Mid-Winter meeting f'the rHAROE OF EXECUTRIX 203-205 Xorth Temple A\e. (S) Warrtif R Peterson .
have moved back to Kings- "Automatic Data Processing," Hans L. Rafsdale, ,reckless'drivirs' TO ALL Tt HOM IT MAY CONCERN Starke, Florida Administratrix cit the Estat. ,,'
)American Legion's National awfui : 2-15 4t 5-8 Frank O. Peterson, deoea'--i
Service'snew by- U1 speed '
ley Lake from Jacksonville.Mr. the Internal Revenue Americanism Commission in First publication on Feb ,., \
GLADYS MOOTY FHQNE 964O651 and Mrs. Tillman electronic method of from Feb. 27 forfeited bosad. of 2750.; have Notice filed is returns hereby as give Executrix that I I In C*..tjr Jndjce* (Court In s. 1H2.

., Rudd, and Mr. and Mrs. Don checking Income tax returns Washington Ray A. Williams Jr., running of the Estate of George A And For Bradford (Count, Thomas & PierceAttorneys
;;: National
through March 1. The Hibbs, deceased; that I have
: Mr. and Mrs. &, A. Law- Mrs. Lynda ..Furillo and'Keel: and < family, and Gen .was described at. the Rotary, Commander's Conference, set I red light, forfeited bondof I filed my petition for final discharge In Florida.re': Estate of Frank OFeterson. P O Drawer I 4*. "-
in St. 'dub Wednesday by Henry W. $12.50. and that I will applyto deceased,
visiting }o'la.
son and Mrs. C. H. Register, Wiggins were in Starke.
for the dates
baby of Lake City were week- same the Honorable Theron A. CREDITORS .
Edward Callihan tanning NOTICE TO I'i
I spent Sunday to Wednesday end guests of Miss Penny St. Augustine on Sunday. M fillan"- Chief of Collections ton, win: combine the washing-I Yawn, County Judge of Brad- All creditors of the estate of \.11
red: light, forfeited bond of i
of the department'sJacksonville ford County. Florida on March
Division dt'l'eased. .ire
of last week with their Frank O. Peterson ,
Rollings worth. -CLEARANCE of.. Sweatersand i 'office ter meetings of all.o the Le-i $12.50. 116th 1962: fr approval of the hereby notified and required t"
daughter :'Miss Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. J. H.. Mose- Skirts. Friday and Satur-: that, the gion's major commissions. I Iil Frederick Wayne Mallory, same and for final dischargt't file any claims or demands -
said the Estate of
Executrix of
t 704
Larson, at < Riviera Beach Thespeaker conference!I |F as which they may have again.t"aid '>'
I the .DS'
,
; Highlighting
; iey of Memphis, Tenn, will day at LEILA'S. system is being installed reckless driving by unlawful i George A. Hibbs. deceased.February estate in ,the office of the : :
new
and, Mr. and Mrs.*"thnr1e: activities I 1962.
will be the National i 14th Bradford
I their ., county judge of
weekend with
spend the
speed, forfeited bond of 27.
John Miller, first in theAtlanta Region MURIEL: L. HART. Executrix \nifity, Florida $in the courthouse -
Lawson *nds Mr.sbd: : 'Mrs. Airman 3-C Commander's appearance before -I, ,
son-in-law and daughter, includes Florida, bUtw1ll1at.er. 50. I of the Estate of GeorgeA. at Starke. Florida vrith.neight
; Joe Jordan and .families at who has spent the past ten which the House Veterans Committee Hibbs, deceased calendar months from the '
,' Dr.; and Mrs. H, H. Adams. be extended to the I Cassie Bell Newby, Negro, 4t 3-15 666t
'* here with-his wife and 1 I date of the first publication of
Lake1a.nd"0" -> days on Feb. 27, and a reception -, I ...
Mr, and Mrs. John ,Dekle entire country. Headquartershave : I' disorderly conduct by fight- f this notice Each chum <>r d Je
Miss li&da Kay 'Saleof : relatives, following his basic honoring the Congress on! :: IB \nd I mand must be in writing and
of Fort Myers, were, Sunday been set, in West Virginia ing, not guilty. ID Count Judge'* Court ,
FSU ,will be home for the Wes- training .At Lackland AFB, up I Feb. 28.Thomas. I I' For Bradford County. Florida must.... state..... the. place-, ot S 1''S'
of and Mrs. Bell 'S t
I ',. visitors Mr. where an aecount will be Cary Simmons, Negro. In re: Estate of E. F Miles, -
veekpnd. : left Sundayafternoon ftr is serving his seventh -
ley Andrews: established for .every taxpayerin It disorderly} by' fighting, fined I deceased.Notice -
( Mrs. Tyler Jones ts l in Amarillo,' Texas ,.where he year on the National I Of Filing Petition For I -' .
Bl
Mr. and Charles .27.50.Jarne.
Mrs. social security -
1 Washington-,. Gal visiting her -1 I will. ...spend-.13. ..,weeks in a the U..stmderhis Americanism Commission and Final Discharge Of Adnunistiatru I '
lock were ,called to St. Augustine instead of '
number by Hamilton
and business administration specialist Is a commander of the Negro, Concern:
wm-in-law daughter",1 past To All Whom It May I
last weekend by the H
name. burning trash without thatI ters
city Notice is hereby given : Vehteii
this
and M & Charles' Godfrey, school During American Legion in Florida.
1 death of Mrs. Blalock's father The electronic system was permit, placed on probation have filed my final returns
L for ten.ays..- training,' his wifeand infant administratrix of the estate
John Blocker. ,Funeral made necessary because of the lk4A'Y 5cr 30 days. I as that I
Mr. and Mri ,David Roweof son,.will remain .with I R'S COURT of E. F. Miles deceased: ,
services for Mr. Blocker were immense growth of-the income have filed petition for final discharge :
NeW Castle, Pa.**ere:overnight '- her parents. 14r. and Mrs.E Minnie Pringle, Negro, and that I will apply
guests last .Tuesday of held there Saturday morn-. L.. Matthews.Mrs. .. .. tax collection department, .A busy night in Mayor's burning trash without city to the Honorable Theron Bradford A .LbsE.OOT
ing. described as Judge of -
which the speaker County
Mr.: and:''Mis, :. Fritz 'Kramer. Mrs. C. R. Bradford, Mrs. ,Lester,Crews a medical ',the "biggest business in the. Court Monday saw Starke I! permit placed on probationfor i Yawn.Countv, Florida. on March. SPCIUL(

Mr. and Mrs.-lv:O. Hazen 7. L. Blair, Mrs. 'c. C. patient. in Riverside HospitaL -.world." He,- aid collections in..1.Mayor Randal Chitty dispose 30 days. 12th.. for 1962 approval Mondav.of the at sam PI\O:? and AM NAME BRAND
TOP
spent the weekend in Orlando I Johns: Mrs. Nelson Green, Florida had grown from around 1 of 22 cases the largest Janett Wilkinson, driving for final discharge *<- admini,
on business. I. John 'Torode attended the in while. I'I''I without license not guilty; ; stratrix of the estate or"E F 60,000 BTU's
Mr$. Henry Godwin, Mrs. $7,500,000 25 years ago to al.'I I a long I
Mr. and ,Mrs.. W. F. Her- J. R. Brabham and :Mrs. Racing Commission meeting. most a billion and a half dollars 'I Forest Charles Phillips, produced license. I
long visited her brother Roy Ruth Johnson were in Ocalan in..Miami last Wednesday to I last year. running red light, forfeited ;i Janett Wilkinson, reckless

LayTfeM, "at Lake Harbor. last Sunday. -. .I bond of $12.50.William j driving, fined
Sunday attending the annual The speaker is Major Gen i iI $27.50; sentence DAM
: : Mrs. D. L. Thomas has, and I Clifford Rhoden: suspended.Ruby I i
Gainesville district I eral in the National Guard | i ,
Or.. *Rd Mrs. 3. W. !3rownIre meeting of the Wesleyan been confined in bed with' I commands the 51st Division,''I reckless driving, forfeited i! Mae Kennedy, disorderly -!I STARKE FLA.SUN..IMON.TUES.. I _

-anil son visited Mr. and !' Service Guild. Mrs. .Green :I I illness the past month. ,composed of Florida and South l bond of $27.50. ,i conduct by profane :,, "" "" '" S'i

Mrs. E&rt Johnson and son and Mrs. Johns were installed Mr. and' Mrs.. M. B. Jordan Carolina .troops. He was mti'oduiied -.f Mary' Catherine Gorman, and indecent language, :i ., '

in St. Marys Ga. oft Sunday as two of the district off- are on a :business and V "Col.! T. T. Long," sanvassingwithout 'a city : guilty; sentence suspended I I i 25-26-27 :: ::

chi 'U,-. Oakes: underwent icers. pleasure trip to Miami 'this I I110 had charge of the program,. permit, forfeited bond of !: from day to day.OTICF FEB. .
Friday in Bradford wwt,. end-. -6 i I DOUBLE FEATURE
surgery Mr. and Mrs. Orie Wiggins ------ . $27.50.George !
County HospitalT. were in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Wfl- Horticulture.i Cl 1 Evans Smith, reckless J i Pocketful

H. filade and Mrs. W. Sunday 'visiting Mr. and Mr!. lams are in.. Brooksville ss .driving toy improper i I I We the OF undersigned"DISSOLUTION Presi I;; : ,

S. S14e of etarke, and Mrs.A. C. D' Williams and L::G. from Wednesday to Friday Set For Monday take-off, forfeited bond of dent and Secretary of Temple i of Mircales ..
A} Howell" of Jacksonville where they will',attend the \ > Motel, Inc. a corporation formed PLUS-r- :
: Hemmingway, who is spend- $37-5ff. under the laws of the Stateof i -
are making a trip to ing several weeks with the funeral of J. A. Landrum on *..The: planting and" care "* w- John Patrick Casey, public Florida, do hereby give I I The Hunters ,

Miami from'Tuesday to Williamses. Friday. Mr. Landrum was nual plants will be the topic intoxication forfeited bondof notice stockholders that at of a meeting the corporation of the" -I I

Thursday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hen- the father of the late Frank at .the regular meeting of the $27.50. duly called for the stated I ,Plus:, CartoonVAVED.THURS. ;

ttdWrs* :Clyde Ter- drix and sons of Statesboro, Landrum ot Starke. adult horticulture class taught Ancil Chandler Jr., Negro, lutlon purpost of of the Considering directors to ro-dis-! ; ., ; Thermostat

willegar and daughter Anne, Ga. are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Garo- every other-Monda? in-the agriculture driving' without license, forfeited 91 ve such corporationwhich 1'ETl. 28-MARCH 1 I Pilot Safety Valve REG. $189.95

and llr.- and Mrs. W. C. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dill for folio of DuBois, 'Pa.: were last building at Bradford bond of 2150. Nerth meeting Temple was held Avenue at 203-205 Starke;, DOUBLE FEATURE Automatic Blower

Powell and $on, Luke, enjoyed several days. Thursday 'and Friday guests High School. Harry Emerson Foote, running Florida, on the 20th day of Completely Automatic
.
4 fishing trip -on the Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews ef Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stef- -It is''nearing time to prepare red light, forfeited bondof P.February M., pursuant, 1962 at to 3.69 notice: o'clock, at Upstairs..andDownstairs Will Heat Complete $$12 ;oo

St. Johns River near Sanford spent Saturday at anelli. beds and so forth for annuals $12.50.Kenneth. which said meeting all stockholders -' I
BHS Instructor were present'; pertonnlly. < Home-
Ag
last week. Jacksonville Beach! with CLEARANCE of Sweaters Roberson public the stockholders did hia "I I
-Pf.US-
CLE.UtA.VCK Paul Hutcains said: this !week, :
Sweatersand intoxication, forfeited of unanimous order the Gas Service
friends and relatives. bond vote End Your Search For Better
SkirtFriday" and Saturday Misses Jean Mundy of FSTJ and Skirts, Friday and Saturday "So we thought .the topic $27.50. corporation And notice to is be dissolved. House of BambooPlus I I

At LEILA'S. and Jackie Vining of Jacksonville at LEILA would be pertinent'* M. B. Joe Brown Negro, public that pursuant to- hereby the order given and ;Cartoon ATSLADE
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jordan,f the .1
the weekend intoxication, forfeited bond
spent Mrs. W. A. Stern Miss ,
State of Florida the said res-
Luebk and family of Lake with Mrs. W. B. Mundy.Mr. Louise Stern and Mrs. Joe : at the State Prison atRAiford" of $27.50. olution has been filed with the FRI.-SAT., GAS of Starke
will instruct the classas Secretary of State of Florida MARCH 2-3 I
City were 'Sunday visitors of : and Mrs. C. V. Ingle-. Hill Williams attended :the. usuaL'Hutchins. John David Padgett, driv- at Tallahassee I Florida, and
Mr, and Mrs.' Mack Futch. right have returned to their Detroit Symphony at the Du- ing without license forfeited upon filing and due publication DOUBLE 5VEATURE"Blue I SERVICE
emphasized that of this notice as required bylaw QUALITY -
and
Mr Mrs. J.. B.
Dansbyof home in N. after Hawaii"PLUS
Cullowhee C. val County Armory in Jacksonville everyone is invited-toattend Temple Motel, Inc., will
Perry were visiting Mr. be dissolved fore\er. ---------- --
a month at the Leonhard last Friday evening. 4 ---
and Mrs. O. W. White. I the class free of charge. Prescott Gill and William Dated this 20th day of -
cottage on Spring Lake. February, 1962.
Mr*. J. C. Fogg was in NewmanI I r EfToitxte. attended theAutO'reces John Schultz President The Lawless Breed
Mr. and Mrs; R L. Matt-

Jacksonville last Friday hews were in Orlando Sunday Sidney Florida :Has, Lead.\, ..c. .at.. rt..Daytona. +... Jti u> .Nellie Schultz, Secretary It 2-22 ..Plus Cartoon flfYOITiAV1NGSINSTEAD

visiting. her aunt, Mrs. Flo for the 89th birthday of Is Army. Volunteer In CD Trainees rtu'1dY .----- ,
Lyons.Mr. Mrs. E. S. Matthews at the

E and Mrs. S. A. Went-, home of Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Sidney Delano Newman of "Florida, leads other states )etJnJJlll OF STAMPS

ling of Palmyra. Pa. are McLendon. Starke, a Selective Servicevolunteer in. the number of persons trained D' enmak s,
spending ten days with their CLEARANCE of Sweaters will be called for in- : in survival classes" George ;,' J> -\i't: '
duction on' March 7. Two other : .
daughter,. Mrs. Fred Grau- Davis Jr., State Coordinator : '
don and family. and Skirts. Friday and Saturday -volunteers fill the pre-induc- for Civil Defense, Adult Edu F l Or, ,_ "1-

,, .LEILA'S., ,tion call.scheduled, forJMarch,,6. cation, Tallahassee, told members ,
: .r : ,. .. ..
f"'T t l' y '''' -.', completing the fourth : .{: ? J n

.'- -- -- __. .. ,_ n .. _. .. .... __ p- __' class in 'Survival and disaster" ESTOCKA COMPLETE LIME OFlGROCERIES

I; for Bradford County, in the J'\'ff-lV" RtNG

:Starke Elementary School .
DUTCH I cafetorium Monday night. II .
,
Mrs. Gladys Scholl, Civil Defense 607 E. Brownlee Ph. 969-1093:

director for Bradford I"Gi P8tGi Apply Only Thru Sat. Feb 24th .

l i County, also spoke on local I ,. Open 7 days a week 6 a. m. to 10 p. m.
!organization and activities, af-

AUCTION I ter which questions were an-
!swered from the class. 9'x12

i Those awarded certificates 4'"f n A U -." -it. .

by Mr. Davis included Miss] 100% RAYON VISCOSE TWEED RUGS i
v i Dorothy Ross, Cecil E. Crawford
--- : Jr., Mrs. B. F. Booth, Mrs. :

:. f I I L. L. Renfroe. J. A. Adkins O.

I BrOokins, T. Crews, G. Gainey, With, Foam Backs .
R. D. Griffis, W. Kelley, E.
nuinngton s May, W. A. Mosley J. B. Mur- Available In 5 Colors

I :phy, J. M. Parrish, R. S. Prescott -
; L. L. Renfroe, J. Shuford, : CINNAMONBERMUDA GRADE A FRYERS

!V. L. Starling, K. R. Th mp.1 -

.1 PrQfj4r 1 son. Mrs. M. Thompson, W. E. :.' S ONYX SMOKED BACON
,
S6W JI"'SffOI. up"- 1 Tomlinson, J. L. Wilkinson, K. --
Prices of 0 WALNUT '
\10 :
L. Wilkinson
-i- i W. E. Wynn-, B. I NOT SI..ICED-BY PIECE
I F. Booth. NAVAJO
: 1/Jiat A <' ,. 'I
I, Wha 4 Twist! R. E.' Upton Jr., Educational: WHITE BACON
i Director at. the Florida State r IJ.

f : i class Prison,which was instructor was conducted for the,I II Regular $29.95 $ SMOKED PICNIC SHOULDERS'

i 9 ,4 95 ,
t
: : "tRE'S.HOW I through the Adult Education ,
.I tfs iBU I Department. j'II IIt SMOKED SAUSAGE

: r, It WORKS t Another class ig scheduled: 'SALEPRICE'foLINOLEUM
r to start March 1 at the South
.. .. BOLOGNA WEINERSBEEF
.1 1 : side Elementary School. I II I IAtQ --


: (f Prices reduced. 10 PER CENT Energy I : LIVER ,

EACH DAY for 10 DAYS! : ::'. 1 ProjectSet j SPECIALSi L : PER POUND.

For Science Fair I I

First bid at "TODAY'S PRICE" < ;- R Sale Price _
.
An atomic energy exhibit! : 9 z l2LlnoleunLRugs: g.
.. the i entitled "Atoms For Peace" 7.95 I
} takes sale item. Lightweight 595 ...
win be :: ''
on display tonight : .
r from 7-9 and all day tomor- .9 x' 15 Linoleum Rugs -s '"1

: I 8 Advance bids accepted with,'20 Per ., row at the District IV Science! ,Lightweight. .10"9'5 895 j'+' ."5- f

) Pair in the USO Building at. ______________ .. .\
Cent deposit -' full refund if you're"out bradford High School. i iI 9 x 12 Linoleum Rugs '
11.95 95 '
I .
g ?4 \
bid"Y I Science Instructor Richard I It 4iHeavyweight : ; :
.
H. Jockel
termed the project
.
12 12 Vinyl Rugs
x
: .. t from, testing grounds at Oak : 5 19.9-5 1695 -
.: All merchandise in good condition :: : Ettdge, Tennessee really : Heavyweight: ., ''f 'j ,

and marked if "used" jood.** The exhibit is self-ex-I 12 15Vinyl: Rugs ;
clearly I r x tlh
.
_. i. : lUnatory and includes models: Heavyweight 24.95 1'995 if

''of President Kennedy's ..na-: .
... All I Dutch Auction Sales are final.;:" :clear powered yacht "savan. i2 24.95' : ;95
12L Sandran Rugs f i ;
x
; : I nah: and a nuclear reactor.:

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: : :: Our usual FREE service,.demonstratiqn -. Mrs.iS4io11 Set i ; CHUCK. '
._: :
:
: installation included with... each Jo Address LegionMrs. j a.41m1 SPECIAE, Decorater' Throw Pillows :ROAST -lb. -. 39CCHUCK

: : sale C. L. Scholl Civil Dense .(: .r'P I JJ REGULAR $2.98

Director for Starke--u4: -

SALE 'MONDAY 'FEi26 Bradford County, willgiveeport a! .} V .. : ; .
AHGTHWS STARTS
kA ; ,! .. of- the progress being- j I : ''If's/Fa You Can Do Better At"ienmarkF -lb. '
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Lade in Civil Defense work in!! STEAK a-- M 49CBRISKET

this area at the regular meet-; : .

Watch For H AtBulington'sStalo& hg of JAm riean LegionPost\ < ,

: :B, Tuesday' at' 7:30 pIlL I, rn it t ie CO. -
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: -THE -RIGHT FORT for the, : : :
; I "-o.. : STEW31bS. .. $100 '
: Gift Shop ray efeet TBB"year wrUe.foverfte ESTISKJROOK far g*-' PHONE 964-4321 .

43t..f4; W. CALL ST.
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t THURSDAY, FEB. 22, 1962 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE THKEd .


Ole South Festival' Set Next Thursday Woman's Club Garden Club named defendant and that on fer for sale and sell to the
the 12 day of March 196!. be- highest bidder, for cash in hand

At 6:30: By Starke Woman's Club Hears ProgramOn To Meet MondayAt WHAT WHEN tween namely the eleven legal o'clock hours of in sale the, the said above defendant described to propertyof satisfy

forenoon and two o'clock in the said execution.P. .
CommunismT. Haines Home AND WHEREi i I afternoon, at twelve o'clocknoon D. REDDISH
The Starke Woman's Club the Starke Woman's Club is i iI iI on, said day, at the East Sheriff, Bradford CountyBy
will present an "Ole SouthFestival" responsible for two tickets,\ I door of the Court House in Brad- Jean Wainwright, D. S.
1 GLADYS MOOTY H. Slade presented a pro- The Starke Garden Club will ford County Florida, I will of- 2.15 4t 3-'&
PHONE 96UC51 on Thursday, either to purchase or sell.
gram on Communism at the meet Monday night at 7:30 Garden Club executive board! .
March 1, at 6:30 derived this ---
starting Money from
"regular meeting of the Starke o'clock at the home of Mrs. meeting, Friday evening, Feb.I Ii!
Darby Circle I Alpha Delta Kappa p.m. in the club house. A hilarious event will support worthwhile Woman's Club, Wednesday af- Wayne Haines, 331 N. Myrtle 23, 7:30 p. m. home of :Mrs. M.i, George Burthington's
variety show and a projects of the club
F. I
ternoon of last week. Avenue, !with Mrs. P. T. Nolin Hazen.
Meets TuesdayAt Sorority Meets Southern turkey dinner will such as the beautification of Preceding his talk Mr. Slade and Mrs. O. E. Crosby as co- Garden Club meeting, Monday -! WASH DAY
combine to make the eve- the islands on U. S. 301 ,
Feb. 26 7:30 homeof
Griffin Home showed a film strip entitled hostesses. p. m.
Alpha Delta Kappa sororitymet ning's bill of fare. North.
Mrs. Haines. i
"Communist Encirclement. He Wayne
I The program will be on
F Ida Darby Circle, with :Mrs., Monday night at 8 o'clock An outstanding attractionof II stated that Communism has cactii and other succulents Cub Scout Blue & Gold ban-: Inc. 8 fl L E '
in the elementary school mu- the colorful floor show
L. G. Powell as leader, met at, I been at work for the past 43 with demonstration of propa- quet, Starke Elem. Cafetorium Your Friendly Store
sic room with !Mrs. Ernestine will be "the celebrated I
2:30 p. m. Tuesday, Feb. 20,I years but has made its greatest gating by seed, off-sets cut- Tuesday evening, Feb. 27, 6:45p.
Register presiding and Mrs. chorus line" of the Senior I
at the home of Mrs. James A., I strides in the past 16 tings and grafting.The m.
Laurie Mullins conducting the Woman's Club presenting j\
Griffin. The program on I : years. In pointing out some of executive board meeting Ole South Festival, StarkeWoman's
k devotion. "The Belles of New Or- I Ladies Dresses
"American Heritage" was presented j the evils and disastrous effects has been postponed to Friday Club Thursday eve-' .
by Mrs. Powell, with I Mrs. Lurleen Anderson wasart. leans. These ladies have a- of Communion he urged evening, Feb.23, at 7:30 o'clockat ning, Mar. 1, 6:30 p. m. Din-[
Mrs. ., pledged as a member of the greed to return to the stage I ner and floor show. i 1lbl. Reg. $6.98
Garl Mathews taking p the club women to write their t the home of the president,
Plans for the Week of Prayer,, sorority at this meeting. and fame after a much- representatives and congressmen Mrs. M. F. Hazen. As this is Southside Elem. P. T. A.!

March 5-9, were discussed at t A dessert course was served needed rest, Mrs. Russell asking them to take a an important meeting, chair- spaghetti supper, Mar. 6, 5:30-: ; $

this meeting. to the Starke Elementary Norman announced; program yesterday.chairman,I M'firm stand on the question of men of each standing com- 7:30: p. m. Short business meet: 11 SPECIALX300

Communism. Mr. Slade was mittee is requested to send a ing; Cafetorium. I
Refreshments were served b)r School cafeteria by the hostesses -
Many other features are Little Women's Club -
I presented by Mrs. Slade, representative if she is un- sponsoring
l Mrs. Griffin and the co-hostess, Mrs. Essle Sapp and scheduled to add to the fun, ,Chairman of Education,I' able to attend. dessert-card party, Saturday 1' Reg. $10.95 to $12.95

:Mrs. J. H. DuPre. Mrs. Willie Mae Denton. including; a men's quartet,i who had charge of the program Mar. 17, 7:30: p. m. Clubhouse '

an attraction from the Jun- {I i for the afternoon. Little Women Set i ii iI I N1 Size 7.20 00

ior Woman's Club, and oth- I The Rev. W. M. Donegan, i Also Vi Sizes Y',1I
lleraii : er local star performers.The pastor of the Madison Street Dessert Bridge Services HeldWednesday "

Little Women, costumed Church the de
Baptist ,
gave
And Canasta PartyThe
in appropriate South- votional. He was introduced by For Ladies CoatsReg.

I II ern attire, will serve the Mrs. Kate Sheppard, Spiritual Little Women's Club ds Mrs. Sarah Fallin I

I meal. I chairman. sponsoring a dessert bridge and Reg. $19.95
Tickets may be obtained I Mrs. H. V. Knight, second Mrs. Sarah Robertson Fal
Dorothy Savage'sEngagement canasta party Saturday night,
from Mrs. Hollis Knight. !vice-president, conducted the March 17 at 7:30 o'clock in the tin' widow of the late Thomas'I I i Sorry, Limited $

Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar, and To 'business meeting in the absenceof club house. Reservations maybe Monroe: Fallin, died Sunday I $500

Mrs. J. H. DuPre. For reservations the president, Mrs. D. L. made with Mrs. J. W. Kin- afternoon at the home of her i Supply

call Mrs. DuPre at Glen Moore Told Thomas. caid, 9691491. daughter-in-law, Mrs. Ed-

9692331. Each member of Mrs. J. W. Kincaid announcedthat Receiptsfrom this affair will ward J. Fallin, near Keystone

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Savage, the dinner, sponsored by be used to beautify the first Heights.

.announce the engagement and I the finance committee, Mrs. traffic island on U. S. 301 north. Airs. Fallin was born in Ladies Dress ShoesReg.

PTA Members approaching marriage of their Clyde Terwillegar chairman, Tallapoosa County, Ala. on I

daughter, Dorothy Yvonne, to will We: held Thursday eve- Nov. 20, 1875, and had lived in
Invited To MeetIn I Beta Sigma Phi
Now
9 Glen Arthur Moore, son of :Mrs. ning, March 1, at 6:30 o'clockin the Keystone Heights area I $6.98 $9.98 $3.99

JacksonvilleAll Cornelius Moore and the late the club building. "Ye Old To Meet Monday for nine She
years. was a I
Mr. Moore of Starke. Now $2.99
H South Festival" is the theme member of the Riverside i Reg. $6.98
''PTA members are in- Wedding plans ,will be an- for the evening and Mrs. Kin- Beta Sigma Phi sorority will Primitive Baptist Church of

t vited to attend the annual district nounced at a later date. caid urged all members and meet Monday, Feb. 26, at S Jacksonville.Mrs. Sizes m to 10

conference to be held at their husbands and guests to p. m. at the home of Mrs. John Fallin is survived by

1 ___________ Jacksonville University startingat Mrs. Ray Reddish, attend. Each member is responsible -Simpson. one brother, six sisters, eight I

March 9:30 1. The a. m.program on Thursday will last, Recent Bride, Mrs. Knight for two gave tickets.a reporton Testone-Rehberg grandchildren.grandchildren, and 11 great Men's Dress Slacks ..f

) 1 until 2 p. m., and will includea the beautification committee -
_ Honored At TeaMrs. Funeral services were held
tour of the university in the of which she is chairman.She Engagement ToldMr. Wednesday afternoon in Mc- EASY FIT

afternoon.The reported that 12 miles of Gehee Funeral Home, Troy, WASH'N'WEARReg.
Bryant Reddish of Law-
and Mrs. A. C. Tes-
I l group will hear Mrs. My- U. S. 301 north will be beauti- ; Ala., followed
burial in
tey and Mrs. John O. Pons of tone of Heilbronn Cprings an-'! by
ron Blee, president-elect of the fied before the end of summer. Union Hill Cemetery. $8.98 $9.98
Tallahassee entertained at a
nounce the marriage of their:
:Mrs. Kincaid moved that the
Florida the
: Congress speak on
# lovely tea Saturday afternoonat daughter, Frances Louise, !
topic, "At Our Organization." secretary be instructed 'ito tOj da, Defendant..
the home of Mrs. Reddish write note Ellis Rehberg, son of Mr. and!I NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE SPECIAL
Election and installation of a to the JuniorWoman's $$500Ask
Notice is -
hereby given that I,
honoring :Mrs. Ray C. Reddish, Mrs. Robert Rehberg of Ar- I
district officers will be accomp- Club, thanking them P. n. Reddish, Sheriff of Brad- '
of Washington, D. C., a recent for the card cher. The marriage took placein ford County !Florida under and
lished at this time. party given re-
bride.A Griffin, Ga. on Feb. 6. by virtue of a writ of Execution,
cently. in the above styled cause, I have
Voting delegates will be sent
/ pink motif was attractively -
The following four visitors levied upon the following pro. AboutEagle's
from each school, but all 1 carried out in the artistic Small Claims Court perty to-wit:
i were introduced: Mrs. C. A. Bradford County, Florida 1952 Chevrolet, 2 door sedan,
members are invited to at- arrangements of gladioli, mums, Charge PlanWATCH
Darby, Mrs. W. :M. Donegan, Dupont Mining! Employees'Credit .1 Motor No. KAA355490 I
tend. roses and double daisies plac- Union, Starke. Florida, I Tag No. 45-1957. title No
Mrs. V. R. Ferguson, and Mrs.J. Plaintiff, vs. John P Casey I 3195663.As 'Ii'IiI
ed at vantage points throughout 2, Box 126 Flori- the of the above
the rooms. Kennerly. Route Starke, property- ,-... ,__ ,_ _" ., :. ,o O -: '
Your TELEGRAPH The guests party were greeted at During the social hour the '-- .. <-- ,-. -- .-.-..- .. -., ._, '---, -- ,- _ "" -== :: : :::::: : .;
t I hostesses served tempting refreshments -I.
the door by Mrs. George Futch

available on 32 newsstands IFlo f ri da and Mrs. Logan Baldwin, who Valentine motif.carrying Further out"the carrying -i I.

I presented them to the receiv- out'theValentffle theme 1
j ing line composed of Mrs. Bry-
in Starke and surroundingtrade were arrangements of red and
1
ant Reddish, the honoree, and
white flowers at vantage points:
Mrs. John Pons.
area. The tea table was lovely throughout the club house. i
TheatreFRI.
i with an embroidered linen and I FOR

lace,cloth, and centered with a Edgar i isServices iI i

f EACH pink arrangement of gladioli, I
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1500 pompoms, and double daisies. Held
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Readersget Balancing the setting were two
WEEK FEB. 23,.24 silver candelabra with burning Mon. In Melrose !,

DOUBLE FEATURE pink tapers. Presiding at the '

silver coffee and tea servicesat John Edgar Tillis, 87, of I .
either end of the table were Melrose. died Saturday morning -
their paper in this quick, convenient Mrs. Hiram W. Bennett and in a Starke hospital after -

way-from one of our carrier boys, or G ",/ Mrs. George L., Shuford. As- a brief illness.
sisting in serving and caring for Born in Clay County on Jan.
from their favorite (praee"r BIG NEWS
newsstand.More the guests were Misses Terry 26, 1875, he was the son of .
and Mary Jack Pons of Tal- the late Isaac and Amanda
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readers now prefer to get their paper in this t. lahassee, Mrs. Arlen McKnightof Glisson Tillis. He had lived
'-e- Starke, and Mrs. Ray Dor- in Melrose for more than 50
way than receive it through the mail. In order to rz
of Jacksonville.
man years, was a retired farmer,
serve you better, you will find The Telegraph wait Approximately 125 guests and a member of the Melrose .

ing for you each week at the following places I called during the appointed Baptist Church. .
hours, four to six o'clock. Surviving are one daughter -I ABOUTGAY'S

Mrs. Zeta Roberson of
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I Elks Club Holds Port Orange: three sons, Alton -

Starke B eat01e E. and L. R. Tillis, both

Lawtey fe -eeo .! t Valentine Party of Jacksonville, and John E.

Buck's Grocery Shuford's Service Sta. Tillis of Melbourne; two brothers -

City Fish Mkt. Priest's Service Sta. -AND- Saturday NightThe Eulee and Arminous HOLE

Oscar. Carter's Store Tillis, both of Keystone
Coney Island Elks Club held a Valen- ,
Heights; ten grandchildren
Farmers Supply Heilbronn I M4MFORD tine party Saturday night at and five great grandchildren.

Tanner's Service Sta. \ Reddish's Store i: c= the lodge. Funeral services were held
The Valentine theme attractively
was
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Suwannee StoreWayne's at 2 p.m. Monday in the Mel-
carried our in tha
New RiverAlbert rose Baptist Church with Rev.
Superette : red and white decorations 1
Ray Stedham officiating.
Andrews MootyMaxville i Il composed of streamers, hearts,
DrugsWinnDixie
in the family plot
the Burial was
,and cupids. 'in Melrose Cemetery under I
STRANGERl&IIHAGUN The 22 couples attending en- AppliancesAND
Setzer's I the direction of DeWitt C. ,
joyed dancing and refreshment
Harris Jones Funeral Home.
Store !
Edwards Grocery during the evening. Active pallbearers were

Pinehurst Grocery- RaifordRahn's : Priest Perry, Calvin Perry,

Dahmer's : Recent Births Jack Tyre,Archie Tyre, Archie

Mitchell's Drug Store I Grocery ;; Yeomans, and Park Tyre.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jack-

Canova's Pharmacy Brooker I Plus Cartoon son of WhiDOany.-. N. J. an- '

Koch's DrugBradford I Green's Store nounce the birth of a daughteron Balance;your books. i .. ABOUT
Feb. 18. Paternal
County Tele- grand-
1/HighlandGriffis SUN., MON., & TUES. "
mother is Mrs. Fred Leonhardof

graph t J StoreIGraham I FEB. 25, 26, & 27 Starke.

Airman 3-c and Mrs. John M. !

I i ,iedes,, T?! I Miller announce the birth of ZENITH
Keystone Heights II 1
Rivers StoreBelote's I a son, John Kevin, on Feb. 17 :
in the Jacksonville Naval Air
Drug TheressaChild's 4 de I Station hospital. with iheFINE

Walker's Service Sta. Store Bradford County Hospital an- POINT

Candy's Service Sta. nounces the following births:
Brinson'sLake I : .
+ t Mr. and Mrs. James Sapp, //12 : -

I Lawtey, a son, Randall Glenn, AUDITORS :'
Kingsley Lake Butler Feb. 16. WITH REGARD -
BoH Point Ptn4MFlooi ta \
Tomlinson-Maines Mr.' and Mrs. Willie DeWitt, uacCSM
One-Stop-Mart r perfectly balanced i ivntiit
Drug Store :I "WRESTLING WRECKS". : Keystone Heights, a son, Willie iastriBtitjdeslned auditors. coo .
I Brett, Feb. 17. for ; UOWMOCAMCt
Cartoon Mr. and Mrs. Claude Cog-! and accoyata others ts.booUeepen who iced a MAtOONUVBJOtt
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: I I dill, Lawtey, a daughter, Terre flu ball point* PtMlf TO OPENING
See It Sooner. WED., THURS., & FRL Dell, ,Feb. 17. available parse size to S JF-450.pocket TBtOUOSIillfffitfB .

:PER .28, MAR. 1, & 2 :Mr. and Mrs.. Joseph Gissy,, MCOMITUBUSUiUXTELDONOT
On The Newsstands!
Starke, a son. Timothy Joseph,

'\ ,rte Mr. and Mrs. Michael. Red- ACCEPT TUTES-IOOKK SUBSTI-* .

t fearn, Keystone Heights, a "LIHOY" Oa
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1 tI I, tHr V daughter, Feb. 21. I THE; ?El : ...:

Bradford County Telegraph I BrCW8I :Mr. and Mrs. Pant Starling, uaety re+eoifl rata NEXT

I DltXIDBB Starke! a daughter ,Feb. 2L Od*. t t1.Cf.Bradford. f WEEK .

\ SERVING STARKE AND. AREA \ lerllJlJlES! THE RIGHT POINT for the t fc.
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way you write. Come in and
SINCE 1879 I Plus Cartoon select your farorife ESTER-

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I ,: ":. (-" ., ..f''U 'S'- -' \ Yot1ng 1 r rJ arid did not see them playing -
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<: : :'!::JI.T-f ,'r J"ti.i ; 1) -t1fI Fttrmer"s 'Diary'y I -.-' .'',1. If i I with it- until V ffer the \
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I : i ,' ,Ii ; : 114L j 'f1 (tTAA Ju- k i accident.

i v .- MT/Vtli4W And Answers H Sara 3cCirvVyhe _. -.... ,
- I 4r : Bradford 6fi'y Hospital _.___
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tiitttiing Racks ; iPorkiiifg 'iic'tcrs ., .- POINT for tIut
I collectors THE RIGHT
I. ----- ( feeders and second and third
with

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-- -- ---- '--- -' --. -'--- ... ...... _. equipment roof i ,
ether a new mvKXg1elect
; 4 SW it .vpo Q: ride through the plant on a Lu'ns 60 way you gf ijft.
"d'e' over. percent
degree
Th;. merCttntJ .establishments. ,.ofStarn of the Chamtjef of jj&mi&erce.Tfa ..fl\flD. uspexisw >oii abametc. These costs 'are little battery-powered truck. '. your hvo4te'ESTE--
eneiiH the people committee went\ "BeforijtieCityjtouncfl .' J9f: of her 1 body is jseven- Yo' reD.- TELk-
largeTy upon At-Home" grta. lY jmtn pe (not .deductible as current business S. BROOK u1itn
I"pi the JV surrounaing"| *? */ 'S ,*untry for. trade, :and asked..that. am.cuaj: '\ j te.typej..ot buiP gs.?._ .. :, expenses. Prices have fia rdei lately, : year-old Kkonda Kay 'Sfokes. ,IGRAPII.brfidford. '

[and tt-seema-oflly lair that thtTn&r- "torlunx-l:1. declared- the I enfprcementi'of I' The normal and ..ordinary.gxpenses" Doe's- the farmer ever get a and seifti I1good;' daughter of. Mrs. Te until; .a qge aUngiachine iAny tax deduction for these i rV cows: a-e.; .: $ of North Orange
& oS' .
hant should provide every convenience ; parimg meters -on' Wrd } ;' and._, even broiler. prices, lave
for those who come hereto after CliristnTas.. Councilgranfed! ; tffis. : .! !inssre. !e4uible.jfi 1: .costs? iYes. shown- "a good I. increase. Street. Starke ,,. 4 .
possible',- 'and; Concerned. "seemed :l l.yOiijS!; JlIJ! '!9-r..diJ : He:gets a 'depreciation t a.K" '<,.' .' 1i i According to Dr. A. J. ,
trdtle- request .eyeryDn'e I.P} '
W.Jge J hirey gaiis. allowance which allows. Tiim # rnterest the ; Barry, Starke physician, the ,_ -
e-a .in
The Business ) .arn1es, the I. .C"'
like with 1ti. President j4hit ,
sound Kennedy
That statement might to be happy s !
: and mamtenancej\ .i interest to claim the costs, less salvage sign little girl U- in "fair" condi-
an excerpt from,an issue of The Telegraph district which.ha.dL come.vtp look Supplies,..{ eight, taxes A : :-_aU:;lvalue over the life of the asset. F1 e.. Qrnani Ji!. \ G.JpH can nail.:'- on,. fhe head.,.f'in bur belief .....- ion now but is still "quite 4Ut .tasiiI

flat&l! fn the current week. But almost, deserteion: ,Saturdayif ternoons,' .dfdu.ctlble.. .' .,; Assets, such-{ : as land that Tl1\ 'f1Q..W ildreA.Sapvof: ::\J f Jice manager, must,. when.be observed he said by the controls farmirs.wi .. ill." Dr. Barry: also stated

Jt is fa '-Tri 1) if-: In fact, 'it was printedn topKon; ne'V-life, with cars Jining.bothsid9s What are..some Df the com-: do 'not lia\-e.a 'limited useful Wit;tadJii-.f ocjoining o in the past :have that it is the nature of burps

our issue 'December 1, 1893- of Call Street throughout the day. 1LrQ1s. made in claimingpcisesj I, life cannot depreciated Ue..p isatat, f30-t:.. 1ant closer andpbjire4
frrwing;i perhaps, that history repeats ,>.., -,Customersvere: --pleased *nth.. theilCa1qf u.... ... .. ..;. ... _is How is 'depreciation. computed VS gW t'l. a 1J < ,Jead- fertilizer t and thus kept production t Mrs. .Stokes.': ..said.. Rhonda

inselt.! \ ,.,.. e'or ':th more: things! change,; oldtinie.fr, .e parking; : ,cm .Saturdapi -I Qp ttie.jnosLcommsn ? e.ris there- is.agocbanCe' high, despite con- "was burne3_ while of playing
;th W>re they are the'same/- '" and 6hve birsinesBman des rib, d ti at lipK..Qt e pell$e3JwlLic.hjn. 1 Usualfy by use of the 9fti.5; r; pent jn f easn.obacpp.cieag trols. Now that will be taken with three others the family -
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)Jyr part.poijal .. Mrs. Sokes'rphew
,rgeJhcr "straight line" method. TheCOta -children
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In tTiat editorial..comment of 1893, the' jSnmulatjnjr ,effect on Ills! b'usmess_ FQt.i1 >.. 4$1*. season.Every info account, and "perhaps ice" and :
t :. Ypjn e&;. : of an asset:less its esti.iteia1ue ,- it.-Ips. ,. granddaughter ,
,the edltot: sat t: J'.For several months as ;'"a'l God-send." .._ .... ..-.J'.... ...; ..-. stance, the toW.rf.I.. stl! %r- at the end of its t'i4.1 S even will avoid'some of the costly m"ar- son. The children had somehow -
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tiugl l. ( cs2tMDp17sbou.t the
;'Iasi tAvjAter\} \ had noticed the incon- .., "t \ the ':TjiI e ..AtHorae'Vcornmitrteetcbnjpleted taxes on a farm including a :Useful life "deducted In increase surpluses which ruin' gotten- a cigarette light
/a .$5i per acre ;ket prices: and cost a fortune
..A'enience Vperienced- people coming its mission in December persojial: c1ciRce.iJn; thp Irzi, 1 I I: equal annual amounts "overtne i ia -receipts 0 I: .-and-were "probably snapping -
gross charges.
5'nto. iown ''With terncuQed by the Jan;: pparently no one else had enough is of reft de'ej in ror 11.1buslnesee. life of the Bsset.' A tractor ,* .' :',.S.' .. m stcra'ge s. : it at each other," she WLUEiDae
"freerifigLl3' = .ONLY.the that is for OO aria -/f'fV ,.. said. Young Rhonda's clothes
fabsence.:'otjiuitable l .jiitchmg! racks. 'inferestjin. the jui.Sat lT-1 bought $4 mn; to bujT a strip of plywood i ;
I gqe J01hJfl 'I l life 'expe'ctaney nyeaisthig1t .--q.t t wrinkle l in fill giune. caught fire while the children -
These people are compelled to hang >!: convenience ,,> ToaMt- fte. Oty BPf hasra fof '10.feet;wc1eandnl| !. ; "
iand ana farm"assets is allowable I ftJi .business j.s a. "ngcHanical ,- playing.
; be worth 1t4'p were .
approximately
:their; horses up to trees and fences, Council for' a reneAValjof ynrAesf'Consequently i JppgtfWith.n pro/4ucUon. '
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this-couriesy-'and.i inducement ,.as '.a, business- expense $680 at the.tnd. _._of. methodsplywoodprbdueers I facer which 91es" The mother says that she
':ind if they happen- -bring along a ] Agpthej qommpit, erro.jis_. theciaiminLftf .:that time., The allowable 'd?-, of one pan *o dp 500-2000 fac.esCd1iy ,does not know how or where
bundle of fodder.fftr.the horses, fifteen to Saturday shoppers which} : .can now .turn .outjtnps double
; 6t the
t V capital:fioendljJ ... !.preciation lor eacfrjof the le'nyears a : atiput .
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the li oJ." ** : j ianypr'acfic i- length. But asthey .
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'miputes. not ela se before a browne could probably: Tiave. 1\tJi cures, .such as lh"e cost _:ofcrectinj : be' To .C one-" ,Dumber} done by former .j.ji !

yed :co\v. has enc 'rnp sJed It; and is asking, was ,allowed' t to ''l*l lapse.. n \ *"*'- ? .a..:,new..bamvtas uan:i iI (te t ,yould of:-costjess, the esti- ,, ', if,..sayy.' fSh c-r.lure! tllrn rout a -,way' it t :, method's.. i iJfl'iluq 'n i" .. ,IIbn

:!Yblg' liard'' to down trie,.bii&gy cush- Just as the shoppers of 1g9"compelled )- were I .expanse. jSusfo jt!ms are. not\;mated salvage value. I It jpu .5. '
,to haul it a H1 p t.. _o-hcth tdj'L
jons. These occurences, of course, are to, hang.jheir-.Tiprsei.up: ; deductible|( but ajgvmbject! 1 t There !sfof also. r r a provision; S. Le\ve, t to the Japanese to COSTON LOS ANGELES pili baIaiaI .,.
,(Very dificouraging to our friends from trees and fenceso.. the !hoppers ...of1D62 I 1 Pft/altenS? forcdep:;I >(!oi tio/i. Ir.f foj p.(-:additional depreciation T f --4.- t'F ,cineU> p wi il. -bO ietbi i LONDON CHICAGO .. :II

}the country and we,are sure that they are compelled to put nickles-liU' ..The, c aunjngof .jxgense y of It he,jear.pf,:pjnxtase! fbr,perjSpnal _rhs is fhe caVeful time of.,to ITetreinely urnin ex- 'tricky' Over there they have Tr.i !!:

{would, & afe better "accommodaHions. dimes in the 'parking metervS:o'n Saturdays : !!. !!lgJ.v.e.f! li. aut2ujirYconsumed ? !i :property: .jugKtL, after, ; l. fiffl !a l\le1j1'3.QO.; oim. poultcj
apPl' .. I by the farmer andis 'haying life off. The sf odsJaiTe of dead wh ch revjjlves |lowl i
do other days of ,,1957, } a, useful Tofjstx : I, Blouse 'i ttJ11 ml
just as they on family is another .common iddi.- ; .di11nnsh. "an'd. ifyon *re : birds! brought tc ,
ears/oj )noie. ;fh e.; : '. and 1, 5 jire I .$
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j "It |Kq "merchants! ,. woul I(1 jom .forces the "Jeek. !\mistake.. : i 1Vonaiallowarc.ei.2Oper: : cejttof : apt? 'captious in .setb'n. a. fire: : ,the feed ,mtf d.,c oJ.; .the,.ppe.r- \ $4oIb&

ajlot\! could be enclosed and a shelter Available, pnvkfn'g is not tneo ly 11!I i Ho.w.....doesjf.farRier, cljim th'f cat wiJth&iH} any reductidn -, .you'nray kill |>ff ,:a ,lot of falupble .- I ator having to haul feed t(I : ., t ,..

..with jiiFcTijfTg1' racks erected at a Very: thing) needed, of, CQprse) Jto: voo ,shojp-I taxes on a farm when only ;, for: .salvage: .ralU: : : tnbflr, aKd ,Jturn pp..,a :i ,;Jie ) xds.c-i, bird gets foui tr4
1 rismallj expense to each one. pers into the .bVrTCpwn hopjiingJHiltrict4but < -i,ohfi tax .vbill i is .rec ved for, There tis maxjmum\ .,c6st,pf.assets I II ;)jot of :"other-r- ,jaipaWe property, i, nunutfsxan Jioiir ui y'hJLcfytc I -. ;

1 "These small matters go'a l long way it is certainly o.ue factor hboth- the farm and-his- resi- ; .on'Vhlih! .th fddtion,31. } including homw. | fee c\ up. and! w"ateritJAiid by another NfaaM'; II
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jtowaril; nducinj' people ,to come .hereto and an important one. This ia.just ohe!i deceThe?.- u.ct'\'e-- ; j I L first year. .'depreciationpky ". p **> .. ,.5.t.- .T. -...A ***' :,ingenious device. ..disposal -. \ .\&_.- .......
do their trading, and we hope to be more instance where "if the merchants taxes prorateibetween : be based, :The,,maximum See where Polled Hereford : l of manure rfs automatic ;1
would construe- the farm assets and. is .$10,000. ,cn. ,ar FOw, which was raised dit the i What next, we say. \What h'' h$4 -
forces" something f"
that j join [ 'p. w mf
able.bV ) ext'Ayeek- announce a C 5 ( fp 1 .,
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the ftonljtfsinesi
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'. sJG:. :"and .$ Santa Fe 'River fta'nch.. next! ,
have accoftp'HshVd m I separate retufnr} O.909 ,
( rack_iianassureiLimproment. : utivecould been wduM ?
1hItchiht I ijo this be
1unio J5o oa :
:way joint i reJyrnVIn; oj&rorasT.Jne roughJ tnplets! Jq ,alucky__ ,t
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.", the interest of the s"hping ptiblic. .the1 "of the Ye'al 1 estate pna I I Interesting :. .
| ,, ss -H in Blackshear, j I '
.L I : Additional Zit boy up Services frecfWednesday/ ::riep.ri.2p11b1twH ..
j sVeyen; : : in 1893 our .merchants! _It is as true today l .'as i\'hei' :'it.,was assessed, .... valuations., ..... i /epreci&tfon: .. 'anoot; $xcefrd par Twins are infrequent iitl' r./-. <' \ ..ptNI
were thinking about ways and 'means first written in i 1893: 'Th te ifieic' iithestablishments What are capital icpeiJi.tures I .&$$ 'on. ..sspafate return -. beef cattle but triplets. are !I Ii '' = !. AccurateComplete
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'of making Starke more attractive, and. of Sfarke, depejd ]largely -; ? and $4O 0oi,. .i Ji Joint re- i even rarer, I ..l ...1;, :t.> *.. i '
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accommodating for shoppers from the upon the people of- the surronndmg f Genera, y J5pen: ?, they turn., c1 i -. *.. r- I 4

:..surrojimJirig* trade area. It is also in- country for! trade, and it seems only are. the amounts 1paidr fpr, .or., ?:The Fa/rijerA? Ta* Gujdehi : Latest figures co1:firm: the !ReY.GfifiisWFuneral i if 'i ,, .
incurrihice "
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\it6restqg| to note 't )aj. the..key to1 the Jaipjhatjhe merchants should provide i, the ot&Aefrl (prthefiiacqinstiOn i :'a more HefegedVexplana- I movementgf the. berry- prp'duction -!f :: services- for Rev. I IntematioBoI,Newt eoyeettl .
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jpituatioK then? as now.soj-jts contained every convenience possible for those &.restoration:of Si asset.hay- tibn,r- -of. *,tIle. T--_ eciation/de.r-.:#. ..-: :p : -center to the Miami Ernest Gnffis 68, of Raiford, ------ ------_ :

in the phrasV""JF-THE MERCHANTS who come here to tra'ote." I-sE1jJJife, of mJjthIone duction and the methods of ;J rea.. The.areas, ..are.... .now ,listed' :! :i\ere elj"at 2,,pan. Wednes- "ft* Christie Scienc..Mooit.

WOULDtiOlN' FORCES Although we are'no longer concern-I, year., This would ..tnclyg'I computing it Get a copy ]rtMs f as: Mfa"mir 1,500 acres; Plant i *l inw the Pjng! Grove Cpngcegational One Norway St., Boston-..15.i, Mc','*., -

Yes :' ; "If the merchants would: 1 e l with "a union hitching. iack"-the' :such items as tractors and helpful b ottlet.IJU i city, 500,; Stafke-Lawtey,J OO. I l Methodist ,Church. 0: '.Send your newspaper: for the t : Only a few year? ajo, ?Plant church find check tt
: '. 10' _?'!:.:. : ..tilt .'.f..J. '1. I with burial in the Enclosed my ,
is the ./These: small 1 ... ,'. ,,,,,, .... '
''join forces" anything Tiiid everythingiBes'hred'tould principle same, 0 ,." 1'" r- il" ;City wa the biggest! area in cemetery money order. Q 1 year $22. .,tM ?m Lft ..

t. : l '!)e Accomplished.; } 'Butluchtfnsfances matters-go a long way; ; toward ,jnducingpeople } ,. rt-rt ftf.f; the state. ", A lifelong resident" l of Q 6 months $11 0 3 months $5.50 ..._ ..u.,

,to come here to/dojheir tradingand Home Demonstration Union and Bradford Counties J
'of imified! :effort We all too 0
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the 'soonerweirecognizVthisfactand :0 r t t 1-? ( Mr. Griffis had opera- Nam*
more people going in-
few. < -, ,-,- '- .something about-itr the'sooner\ .Af 6!es1 ,tQiihe_pbultry Business de- ''ed his own farm near\Law- j a.tMIr. 0, tourity

As a case in point: our CBD (central business district) "' : "" ... :h.1. '&pite the:.fact! that..for ihe Hey. .until ill .health forced Ills; Address .'

Before Christmas,! representatives will] benefit. '.\ DOROTHY ROSS 'f... ;;(mosJL? .part it is .I? ing pro- \ retirement several years ago. ,:, ___ "II- TELEGRAPllMMh
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Home<1iesttOlt. i tnvji : itj Qtd4.Lparktim ..Y. ntiire.. jt Surviving are his wife, : City I
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'j .. t Minnie Griffis of -
t.j I': Mrs. jRaiiprd
Before !' 1:1. -T ,. ,,t __ '...1iJ.. *'.. J Saw. one set-uiilast .week, .a alidsix """
2721 YouI BurnThat ,* 11. .., I three daughters, State
'Dial 964- 1 :t '<:' -4 .: :t"J\:: : r.IMPRESSIONS j. ; W'" modern egg farm, at. which : M-16

\ ir \.: j .' :1 0 BUDGETINp ,FOR OF 0 sons. 0
Figure&& released* by tlelorlaPore3t is when the County )R nger's :' .. BETTERLIVING; STATE; ,FAIR I.10 I. '- '

Service' headquarters: .in Bradford forces will start having mah head
'Co nty this week reyeal ,'a disturbing aches. High winds AyiU send urniniembersjQaring. \dollar? Everyone\ has some fi- t the Bradford.{ Count .,,4-9 ji it p. -.I' It, I 1 '? r -t

[Increase in the-.numbe of forest fires into w.po'ded areas where jiaocial problems.-; I Girls who -attended 3H Club ..., "" 'i \ ; j. J:1 ,
W| the numbw of acres burned in the dead and tinder-dry grasses are abund- This month Home Demonstration -f'D ,.jt.t! i tat \Fait4Jti 7, !

ant. Woods fires will spring and members have been. j jTampa\ Saturday.-They. were
ifir.st. : two months of 1962 as compared up I Dorothy
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studying how they might im"foroje Accompanied by
'with the same period in 1961. much timber will become ndapgered.\ for spending :nQ .' ", j .
their plan : $ z:; Ct
week alone there Rural homes will be thteat pea, /and I ooa ;J".04 -
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and By having a comple ::' grandstand pro:1
saving. : -In the
,were sixteen woods fires, with. 'a total small game will be killed by the sprea'd-I te budget or spending plan,, gram I received &:...certificate t & 1 (::1 :
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'of 135 acres burned. ing 'flames. i I. you wall be better able fo jor. being ..Qatstandmg..4-H t ; .

Since January 1 there have been 51 Much 'of this man-made threat to control your spending and member; uuBradford.: County. ; .. _
'forest fires in the county\ ,' as compared our: wooded areas, and tlmving young I! yiwill. know where yoiri | AsI..sat .with,the.flti ..!-H I -- : s.

(with 27 fires in the sarne period of timber tracts could be averted, A little i i mpney is going and wtpr.\ '!L boys and sii-ls on thejlatformi W 'I

>19,61. Burned acreage increased: almost .care in_, burning off :arjjas: ; burning[ Money can be managed only'who also were. reeivinf.cer-: JS $ .Y'11iEw; :

J100 per cent-from 188 "in *the" fir'ttwo traSh, or using fire in any way may i before it is spent. j ji tI \ .tiieates. ind..medaJsA:!, rpalJJQW. .1I -/ !, .

: months of 1961, to 357 in the same well .be responsible for saving an en-i I Young malT eds must tap I :zed Jtrieodly ,4-H members '
into consideration long range An ejhibit.I g r.-.
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of 1962.'hate'er tire countryside .. countless acres ofyoung .
!'period wAIl '
I planning. living expenses .jioularly: njoyed :jrasbeautiful ..,.
; \ ,\\ the cause of this alarm- pin trees.a ... or someone's home.If be greater during the high. displ y..of: orchids in? Pt'rii. DealerServing

:jngl) increase in the number of fires you must burn-off grassy areas school and college period Jlf( the Harticult re ,BiuMing..".*.!

rand acres burned. itis, jtime\ to redouble. or accumulated trash, select a day when!\ the childmKgp to college] I Ianen.: :stare4; 1 .

(QUrf\ efforts to see that the trend is not, there little or no w nddaythat; fol-i )i i.Planniqig should be done by IngerThe1 .livestock exTiibitions'

Continued into the spring which l is tra- low a. rain-.-and"above all, ndtiy the "the,entire family If you have were my favorite,' especially ".

\iditionally one of the busy seasons.; forThe FQrest Service headquarters and ask planned,feyou know what you the beef cattle.They were so' Bradford County 6 fid Area

men who ,man 'our 'Forest Servicefifighting ford assistance, i if: no more than on a ,,,,carit, to da< withyyour to work mon together y.Youjiaveaed -. yen. .groomed: and of good' 'I.t W4) ..
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) equipment -. sjtandby basis to be aure the fire does ,br eding.--'I1ie: county exhibits .,; f -
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'scae) farmers as well as the "pea pat- do for this valuable free service is dial;. things you value more. : I Ii they.told interests, of the county .'. '. ,"... ,.,-\ .. ."<. -'1 I__._
',chers" will be getting their lands ready 964-2721. i i No figures are given jor I The displayof new 'kitchen I t'J1

( Ort* planting. Brush and other trash Just a little ,care and precaution! }budgeting: because circumstances I II : appliances was vary interest' Meet liur : O"' .Ek1 I L .;

that has accumulated during the win- )wjl go long. way in prej. njing ..disastrous -I affecting families are I ing.--: Karen' L 'e, lawtey. 1I People ; ; r..

*,ter'' months will be burned in ah effor'to' \; :woods fires .. ,.,. .ancL.will .help,I different. .I "The special ict ,foUowingth '," -. :: I to- : [ ... :w.. .' .f- Fr _.1;

have the land ready for,turning the the Florida. ... Forest Service to. "Keep The four steps in budgetfnare net I 4-"H 'Club "prdgram 4n' the :,. 1 : .- < ;
1.1 Estimate L1Lpt4
your
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fsoil to plantirig. reen.
preparatory r ? K I .. ,
..... .. ... money. income expected. \2.J I,; Gfimy TiLl' the' young. Chin 'J .,,;" .., ..'"
-Mr. R. H. Iciii1re0Chamber Estimate expenses wishes Ifs'e' pianist] ,and* her 'family.J .: ". ,"' ..J -J: "' '.J. 1 ;
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: of Commerce. for the future; fixed expenses I i ,lied it beiIe-she.Tb.ir : .. c. > th-S1ha .,,: I
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What You Shoud Know About Fla. as debts taxes, insurance; 'V."J ;
IJ ; Starke, I I person .Instead -of.-on..T '. .. .. "' '
Dear Mr. Mclntire: i I nexible expense as repa.tijcontributions .!'B nita Green, Lawtey. .*.'. ,.".,* .('. .. I" fJ.; .:-;,.. '- ., ,' .. .
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Th/nk you so very much ; expenses jfoi I' enjoyed tEe dire dj5Y.il o} : o' '[ t s' ': ,' ';In: ,

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----- request for information on [13.1] Add' the totals of tliese\ bilracer' bocVusj'of. h s--..skil:; ... 11II < ', I. '.'.,/<. ..:
"Did you ever stop to think Her granddaughter anher l } l.!. I
: Subtract from totajjjor t ; "
town. I groups bil
your am impressed '
0 dthgarsjnj! $ 4 ;': : : I
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your Chamber of .Com. husband- are moving- to Starke.a i t.with thCj: general\.Vtcftfre, InS 1 : ;1n come. [4] Balance ttje : lY to, thrill; 'fee laudieric" 0

is actually a 'corre-' This woman wished Some in- i feel sure.. it must be an interesting '\\bUdget.VUsually there isnla 'I' Jarii Mott.Rrookej.. I TMrpsfcV) : APP, MIl' JOHN BREEDEN JAMES I COWAIIT {

ding secretary" for the formition. on our. town to. see 'I town in, which to balance for savings. Make adjustments 'I..was ama"'tox' see'The !"to .;, .,..;. Manger Serviceman

; .'* and county. Without,ft,; what kind of place her granddaughter live. in the figures swhm I quip -i of 4-H members\ at BS-BH" -. .w. -::'.:. '
I', o, would answer the many; 0 was .coming to. The It has been some years .It hurts the least.With.jhought tending \1e',t r reJer '1 .

jirie about our are" that Chamber sent her.: the desired sipce I hav paSs _.that.\\'ay;,i.... and effort: i about ,UOO-Lwas: ym prouc, See Our fodjefh 1'Red'sfore) and Find out' About -our '( .

) : received each week. information. just as it does in II I and the great progress is evi will emerge a plan to supplj 1! \to .be .one of Tht5'cJO4membes : % j _' -r, o. ,, "V !"f.:' Jit .rit.A 'l .1 :J& .
Por instance, last week your I many such cases every week. dent. I feel sure that my JOur needs and desires. pe- I :. ;;ana Id represen\ oui :\ :

: answered a letter| Here is the reply received by granddaughter; her three- lieve yourself of .some finax. f County:," Alice Knight-Brooker. cty5'rvices; .. 0 I

a woman in Georgia.1 1 the Chamber later: : months-ol daughter, and her : cial worry by starting 01a I ... 1 family spending plan [budget]! t. fI O. ,..- 4 I IJG > <( tr ). I

THE: BRADFORD COUNTY, _TELEGRAPH. today. __f J..l111s *: \' }t. t1 C 'Jf .1 rrain..1jtv'cemell fempletelarig) Of Purina Heal Aids

ESTABLISHED: 1879 sbap4wiearn to love the UcuululSSlon Ice ,
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tosrn and itS" people. p-I' -- *
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0' 4 0: FioFLi.; oJdeat.. ,...,, weekly. : \ ha111jok forward to some I .teQlplete.uto. ...u.. It- ." We CordTaIIyiIrmle You: :Tb Visit! Our Feed Sfore And Get Ac.
,, ; Newper PfrLihed CoDE visiis. there and in the meantime MD'S ke'
FLJI r I S S tinuously, tnere\ safl.AS .. t1A of my loved ones'.t'! 4 IckMge ID. ; .- Bepain .< 'u iitd Wih Aft TKe Fmiiifyj trained Pe6ple Who. WitJ J3e Reddy -

.. ." MMtheid t's beIng located fortunately., .. .. ..}. Yofc WEDNESDAY
..-t itJ!." .W\Uor: JgR AFTERNOONS
T OH Sincere appreciation forallyjjur ... U Wort| n.PremlSeS i 1oeiv:
S E. L. MATTHEgEditor .. .
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-_. --S SUBSCRIPTION,- RATES I*: \s ,, '*: I W'Yri Cordially. ...rIfE., '-"" S25'72a ..;4-- -p' fltnUDA IPJtJ tNIROLCHEMICAL GO.

lH..TRACK AREA '" OU'SI ICE TRADE. AntA, ;.- JfcWho TrouM answer such 'Betters -, ,; :
ONIj'QIIt U 3.ijo ONC: YEAR e _. : if it Cerent for ypur. '
IIXloN'n&' t.7. SIX MONTH* l.OO .Jir4rlway ,
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Chamber of Commerce., write Tffbe 'to sad 1 539 E. Call St. Phone 964.3965 Starke
THAn: MONTHS too THREE MONTHS a 1.ZS thee, I ytatfeet : : Fla.I0.WiWiWmWi.
Published_ Each Thursday and Entered.___aa See_ D4 }loar _Though-.---.-- a little- -noted, $V ;*. j. r; uns.. I
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--0. services are common in the TILl.1GL.tPII '
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,:t tiba Poet Offlc.t starke.ii c&der Act of Much S, 1ST dtQday. bu.ieas' ,_ ot yourconfiiiercer : BROOK ;

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The" shades to be of Vinyl: i I tlol\ a'l'unt number, name and talion Camp Blandbtg Fl..rida:
Impregnated Duck of not je.s I I address, as published in this I 1-0101-0014 Minikes S I 1.: t' ) than*10 ounce. notice.: Unless proof of owner- Blanding Florida: t-ni't-liu64!
f The Board Re!>ereg. ne Right ship ill presented to the holder 1 I Nash Kenneth R l I to reject" any and all b.tls.tSCAL ; by April 17, 1362: the property I APO 919 San Francisco, California
) will be de'ivered! to the Administrator : 1-H101-W16\ I'ruitt W 0
Charles A. Darby, Clerk i : Thereafter, all further : :Commerce Street Moirs.'iufr>
'i .1'f' "1" : ,- _v. ;-u Ji, < .3:! '1: ctatrtif mast be directid to the Alabama; 101011I1Mlllnn;) ,
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1 X01'JCl101,' ., dES. OPPLRSO : Ray E. GreenAs I I i 0031 ReinertSon Je Box 711
1E > JPPR-IRI&O TO Administrator. Starke Fla, l-Olftl-0017 Shepherd -
: '. ur. \\'>GHS OP : 1-0101-0008 Brrming-R Private I Finley Jay 172XD Infantry -
/ .\O\\iII c)\no PROPERTY '! Lloyd Company B 142XD Infantry I i Camp Blanking Florida;
\tft Pursuant' 10 ge"tioi IS of Chapter Camp 'Blaad'njr Florida; 1-0101-0018 Thomas Mrs Blame!
J/r: ,_ 717, Florida Statutes, en- 1101-OQOt: C 0 116TH F A 1-1 H Starke Florida lftin01 C..nter
1. 4 :'. ', ,tilled "Florida Disposition of Purchaser Officers Mess Fund; Wolff Lou Klandmg
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; : Unclaimed Property Act" notice : l-OOSG-3220 Carter C J or M If I Starke Florida _aIlKHIC
-...... irt isif hereby given that the persons; ,Box 6S3 Stark Fla; 1-OUW-OA07 ]i ,.-1a. t :--,-
xt I listed! below appear to be the ('aiida Cart John S HQ CO'
y owners of abandoned" property 103RD Infantry Camp Blanding,!
I : Information concerning the amount : .l<'iondaOltll.OI; ), Decker Joe :
:' or description of theI COO Blinding Cent Restaurant E<< !
xz Ax + I property and the name And address Starke Florida: 1-0101-060 Fer- .
of the holder may be ob- ; uello O Starke Hotel StarUe|' grL N
rained by any persons possessing ]' Florida' l-Olftl-0019 1 I) Fredeitclcs1!! f.
:: : : an Interest in the property" I( Agnes" E L wtey Florida; 1- ,,,JEt gp
"dflr<'!'<:4T>!". ln "OII'T! *o Ray 0101-0002 Kelly John L Camp
E. Green, State Comptroller as Rland-ny! Florida; 1-0101-003S
r- 3. .., ihranstl'1lt.Xoaititunrd Property Tiagarias Thomas or Kruvand WHOtt BOATS
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Today's traffic-jammed intersection i Things to note: J. G. [IGidl] Alvarez. ... foreground of unpaved: dirt ],i tight, and wooden curbing dense forest.

of Call and Wal- Two-story frame building I I, Today's Alvarez Store [established -', street is believed to be son between sidewalk aand street. j i Old-fasnioned 'carbon arc :age.in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined -

heart ofStarke's j' i behind cluster of street- in 18941 occupies of Frank Hoover, early I
nut Streets, in the I :
Trees still stand in the light hangs in middle of in- without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the
business i i district j corner loafers( is on 'present t its same location at right : Starke photographer who I Ii ,
business district, and the i in the
presented this peaceful, site of Florida Bank at : in )picture, where wooden ; probably took this picture. tersection space i, of business
the place
pastoral scene shortly after I Starke. It then housed the ;, ;bench stands at curb. i 1 Note old-style "hack" at I]i east end of Call Street ap-1 where traffic light hangs to-j i clerk of the circuit court.of the county where principal

I merchandise store of! Small boy standing in : left, hitching post at far : to be nothing but a': ,
the turn of the century.4Let's general pears oay. I clerk aforesaid af-
with the
I a with .r...&< 'rietrfltnn! shall consist!: of__ filing ..-__ _n_ ----- --- an

f it matures. A closed eye of moderate size and has HEILBRONN I
.. I i The Board Reserves" the rightto I at 10:00: o'clock, on the" morning of
I keeps out insects; therefore,I I bronze colored skin. The fruit I BAPTIST CHUBCH reject any and all bid of :March( fi. 196?, in the courtroom fidaTU signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names

GoGardening the fresh fruit will contain i ripens from July until late I (SEAL) in the courthouse for th* j
Sunday School 10 Charles A. Darby, Clerk I following: I of the interest
a. m. business enterprise the extent -
less undesirable protein material fall and may be called Ever- I I 2-15 2t :3-2.: "\Vmdow shades of various ail those interested in :the ,
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Morning Worship. 11 :
I i bearing fig by some nurserymen I a. m. width. and lengths, to he" installed -
I The love life of the fig I iI Training Union 0:30: p. m.l' CAM, Fon nm in the Courtroom. UPstairs of each, and the fictitious name under which said business Is carriedon.
I' Evening Worship 7:30: p.'m.. : The Board of Bounty Commissioners hall, Jury Room, Photostat -
I dates back to the Garden of If you decide to buy fig of Bradford. County I Uooiiij and the Registrar'
Eden. This adds-up. to 'a perplexing "trees" this spring, you'll'' Prayer Meeting Wednesdays, Florida will receive sealed bills n"OI11 Said registration may not be made until the person w persons desiring
7:30 m. Rev. Joe Roop, !
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By Heney Sharpe i problem, especiallyif have better luck with con- 7.RI
{ pastor Ray Norman under fictitious shall have advertised his or
Florida Agricultural you buy the wrong fig. tainer-grown plants. Also I pianist. : to engage in business a name
Glen Norman Sung School :
Extension Service Based on flowering and be sure to buy one of the ,
; superintendent: W. H. Green. ; their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four
fruiting habits, figs are class- common types adapted to
The fig which was first Training Union director. D. R. I
Florida climate. Often
grown in the Garden of Smyrna ified as and common San, caprifig Pedro. I by mistake, obtain gardeners Redding, chorister. i (4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county

Eden is now prized for its Common types are the only figs of the Smyrna or San I|I CHURCH OF t'wOD where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not 1M
rather than its foliage.
fruit
kind recommended for Flor- Pedro types from California.

So ,consider this Biblical ida. These types produce on- Since neither caprifig nor I Sunday 7:30 p. School m. Evening 10 a. m.Worship.Morn-'| accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof .fi i

plant for3 our graden. It ly female flowers but do not the special fig wasp that is 11 ,*,, i
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m. Sw'9aylEvening
will furnish you with tasty require pollination for fruitto needed to transfer the pol-I Service, 7:45 L I such publication.
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fruit from June through develop. len from the caprifig is pres- '! p. | I '.
p. m. Prayer Meeting
Friday
November. Caprifigs are inedible and ent in Florida, these varieties ;,,7:45 m. !!
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Fresh ripe figs served produce only male flowers i do not produce. mature|" .
with cream- are a delicacy -,, that are used to produce pol- fruit. i In The' County JiilFs Court Of
i even to the most critical Where nematodes aj I Hnullord County, Florida. !
bear are
len. The Smyrna types In 11F Estate of T. Frank !
taste buds. The fruit chilled,l only female flowers and require problem plant the figs next i i Lamlrum.KOTJPE. Deceased. I

sprinkled with chopped nuts I pollen from the eapri- to a building so that the I All persons TO having CUKD1TORS claims or If you are engaged in business under any nameothir

and topped with whipped fig to develop fruit. roots can penetrate the soil i demands rgainst the estate of''

cream, is delicious. Figs may San Pedro types bear two under the structure where | T Frank Landrum, deceased

be canned, made into jam, crops of figs and produce on- nematodes are fewer. Heavy ;i are to file hereby their notified claims and in the required officeof than and have not had this name

spiced, dried and processed ly female flowers. Figs on organic mulches also lessen i the Count}' Judge of IJrad- your own,

i into a spread. Fig and nut the first crop borne on the nematode damage. I County ford County.Court House Florida at in Starke.the aSERV

confection is toothsome Authorities do not Florida, within eight calendar I t tI
leafless wood, do not require agree :

if you .are not a weight pollination. Figs of the, main en a fertilizer program for first months publication from! the of date this of notice!the, 1 properly advertised and registered we will be

watcher. crop produced on the new figs. But while they are experimenting | or the same will become" void I ,
according to Ia\v. This
Figs are one of nature's I wood, will not produce ma- to discover the I I 11, 19S2.Kirst January
botanical: oddities. The plant r ture fruit without pollina- proper program try a small Publication I i t

C produces bashful flowers that.I' tion. application of commercial \ January< > SHIRLEY 25. I"fi2.s .LAXDRI'M glad to give you all necessary Information as [io

are hidden l;side the hollow j i Fig varieties approved for fertilizer about once a month i, Administratrix of the Estate

fruit. At the apex of the Florida include Celeste and during the rainy, season. Dur-I of Hollis T. :Frank Y. Knight Landrum, deceased .

Brown Turkey. ing the rest of the year apply I Starke, Florida, PHONEt
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called the eye. This Celeste is also known as plant food when it is i, 1-25 4t 2-15 -' you
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k eye Is an important factorin ; Blue Celeste Little 'Brown needed. I Ii I

choosing a fig for Florida, j and Sugar. This is actually i Cultivation of figs depends'II The Board CALL of FOR County BIDS Commissioners WO 4-3101 ',.

according to Dr. A. H. Kres- I the European variety, Malta. I on the soil. In most soils the I of Bradford County
of the University of slant roots stay near the surface j. Florida, will receive sealed bids COUNTY ,
aom ( The fruit is small, the skin I i BRADFORD :
I at 10:00 o'clock, L
on the morn- .
Florida Fruit Crops Depart- i purplish bronze to light ; therefore, shallow cultivation ing of March 6, 1962, in the Office and/ School Supplies ; '. .
ment. I 1 brown. I is all the plant will I i. courtroom, in the courthouse,
for the
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Fruit with a "sleepy eye"is Brown Turkey'is also I stand. One Electric" Typewriter with TELEGRAPH
!1 inch carriage and Merit Pica
For additional
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best for home gardenersbecause known as Everbearing, Hani- Tjpe
the closed check the Bible. The fig is The" Board offers for trade In 'BRADFORD :
eye prevents son, Ramsey Lee's Perpetual County TELEGRAPH I '
water from mentioned 14 times first one Royal Electric Typewriter ;
entering: Eastern Brown Turkey which may btr seen in the
aixl souring the fruit before. : and Brunswick. The, .fruit. is. ., in, Genesis 3:7 and last in Clerk's office in .the,c(" rthouse. I ':.. i i! : 1
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the city with possession of From Keystone Tourney ; Material shall be composed of: visions of Chapter 20,953, Laws
Heated Trustee moonshine and the sale of Professors Whip ; 'I Flesalum Fleialura Bottom Head Rail I of Florida Acts of 1941, will
Rail register with the Clerk of tne
bonded whiskey. She is free ; t Flexalum: Temp. Aluminum Circuit Court in and for Brad-

from the county jail on $3- Santa Fe Eliminates Starke 57'29 Lawtey, Take ''j!i lat.Flexalum Plastic Coated Ny-: ford receipt County Of proof, Florida of publication upon

Race Looms 000 bond. : |I Ion Tape.i of this notice. the fictitious
2nd Hall Lead i Tilt gears to be Solid Brass :p'ue of Econ-CMVash. undt-r
All the arrests have been Santa Fe's Rebel cagers ors for the Tornadoes with i of Nylon.I which we are engaged in ousi-

set up by "buys", Chief carried their complete dom- 10 each while John Williams the Professors I I The Board Reserves the Right ness at 311 W. Madison ntgtnrka
BHS Diamond ..Monday! night
; to reject any and all bids. ViaR.
For i
,Clay CoopContinued Rosser said. inance over Bradford's Tornadoes trailed with 8. The 1: continued their dominance of I (SEAL) R. and Ceo! Andrews.!

into Keystone Tourna- Tornadoes now possess only basketball and Charles A. Darby. Clerk 1 Box 9i Brooker, Fla.; E' \.It,
City League i 2-15 :t 3-2:! and Fa Andrews. .\l1dll' \ -
I >
ment play by eliminating five'w1 1s against 16 defeatsfor took the lead again. I Drug Co..c Starke, Fla.

( from Page 1)) May Election the locals with a 57-29 victory the season with only Season To OpenWith Tied at 9 points even after ,; NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Dated this 1st day of Febi.:. ,
Stan.
1 FlCTlTIOt'S NAME ary, A. D. i962 at
Thursday night. three games left to play. RKGIVTEH
the first period and with only Florida
sides in Bradford County.
preparation for the I Notice is hereby given that
I ..'
tell-tale vote the usual orderly The two teams played on Tom McFarland was high only three lettermen I a slim one point margin at : the undersigned. und r the pro- 241 :

Data Issued an even keel in the second for the Rebels with 22 i I half time, 17-16, and 25-24 at. 'I _
proceedings are expected returning from a squad that I
' to hold on the floor and fourth periods but points while Bobby Ritch had'I' compiled a 12-6 record last'|i the end of the third period, the I 'j!

under the gavel of trustee Starke could manage only 13. |I II year the 1962 Tornado base- i Profs pulled out in the last !i
;
Chairman H. H. Surrency. (Continued from Page 1)) I four points in each of the I Green Cove Springs also I ball squad will open the new quarter! to down the visitors. I Ij II The New Scripto *

got to Friday's semi-finals \ Jim Temple was high for the!!
Those who come to the meet- first and third quarters. season at home on Tuesday
taken care of."Registration. with a victory over Fernan- i Profs with 15 markers- while I
Ing expecting fireworks may books are Chuck Moore and Dave In- dina while P. K. Yonge won March 13, at 3:30 p.m. a- j,John Bates took scoring honors j i Business Line Ball Pens
be doomed to_ disappoint I gainst Macclenny.
open in the various county gram shared high point hon- over Live Oak. !for Lawtey with 12. i
ment since Clay Electric by- Bill Jackson and Ken Ter-
.iaws: forbid speech-mailing- precincts and you may reg- I rell, starting their third ; In other games Stricklands J
Reddish and Tom' Gardner vars-
ister with deputy registration Thinclads To Try ,defeated the Jaycees 30-26 in ai i and Refills
by candidates. along with newcomer Charles ity season are expected to
clerks through Tuesday,
I ; close gameith Townsend
I will the be two of the top players in
Torode be running
Feb. 27. After that date registration -' For 2nd Straight I Strickland hitting 10 for the! i FOR ALL BUSINESS WRITING
100 yard dash and combining the Keystone Conerence.
2 I : will continue at the winners and John Pitts 11 for Room.'I I
Negroes for the. 220 yard dash and Terrell a first baseman, was
the in the I
office of supervisor I the losers. I ; i 25c eachREFILLABLE
State TitleWith only
courthouse until April 7." the half mile relay: one of the team's leading hit- Malloye and Tomlinson scored'
I Running the low hurdles !Ii ters last year with a better
26 and 22 points respectivelyl
Arrested In Shine besides Martin will be than 400 average for the I
Jr. Hi CagersTo not as much depthas i HarI I to lead Stallings over the Seniors -! !
last year but with still i old Seymour and Buster I II greater part of the season. 49-21. North and Harper;, '

Play TodayThe plenty of speed for relay'I Hughes. Seymour and Jackson junior pitcher had seven each for the losers.

Raid By City teams, weight men, and Hughes will also be- runningthe with a 5-2 record last Stricklands and Lawtey are

Bradford Junior High I jumpers Bradford's 1962 120 yard high hurdles.. season, should improve'I. tied for second place in I with Refills lOc ea.
team will meet this time around. Marshal thel
School cage track team will be out to Seymour shows great prom-I' second of league play with
", (Continued from Page 1) local at Starling recruited from the :
Lake City in the gym duplicate last year's record- ise as a hurdler records and the Jaycees and

days in jail on the charge. 5:30: today, according to capture the state class A Coach Hurse. but was ham- track team in the middle of Stallings are tied for third : BLUE

Coach Lennard Register. championship.The pered by pulled muscles in the season last year came
Just three weeks later on J I with 1-2 records, while the! BLACK
November 23, Klondes was The team 'will seek its sev 1961 team won the that event last year. on to be a fine catcher and Seniors trail with no wins ini I II ;

enth victory against only three state title for the second Tom Gardner a sophomore is expected to be the team's I I I RED
again arrested:I on the same three games. The Professors
,defeats. II time in the school's history. will be throwing the leading receiver this year. A

charge 90 days and in jail also with sentenced the latter to- They will also take on Lake .In doing so Coach Dave shot put and discuss in promising non-letterman who possess a perfect 3-0 record. I. FINE OR MEDIUM\ POINTS

Butler Saturday ''in the local I Hurse fulfilled a promise to hopes to break his brother's played regularly toward the Top scorers in the league are

being suspended from day gym before traveling to Lake I produce a state champion in record set last year along end of last season, Gary Doug Lowrimore, Professors The most economical

to day. His 90 day commuted City on Monday, February 26,! four years [Ut was his fourth with Jimmy Smith, Bill Kouba, is expected to be seena 174 points; John Bates, Law-

sentence is not up until to-- for the last game of the sea i season at BHS or leave the Phillips, and Steve Nipper.Ruming lot at third base this year. tey, 174 also; Dewayne Elder writing ever devised.
"This team will lack the
I school. the mile is SteveEd'ards.
morrow. The sixth case is son. Both contests begin at Stricklands 160; Bob Regan,
that of Sis Leurk, charged by 4:30.: Hallie Seymour, tall high new at this event experience of the predom- :
inately senior team of 1961 Professors: 159; Jim Temple,!
jumper who leaped 6 feet 4 but already clocked at under

inches last year will be re- five minutes, and Larry but if the returnees performas I I. 'IYou'll Bradford County Telegraph

JACKSONVILLELIVESTOCK turning as a senior to try to Carnes and Leon Thomas. expected we could have a I i
j I real surprising ball club"I[ Find Plenty Of
better his record. Lynwoodi Running the half mile is

MARKET f' i Walter. another valuable Larry Noegel Mike Darby,I Coach Charles Francis pre- !i! Real Bargains And Plenty -- -

jumper of a different type and Larry Crawford. In the dicted. .:I Of Parking Space At

., will be back as a junior to 440 yard dash will be John Other hopefuls for the '62

1172 Halsema Road : try to better his broad jump Adams George Seeley, Billy season! include Mark Hamil- i
FARR'SBargain
off U. S. Whitehouse, Fla. i record of 20 feet 6 inches Dowling, Hal Lawson Jim- ton, Richard Durban [injured ij

i and his pole. vault record of my Bowling and Leonard last year but who has !

: i2 feet 9 inches which he Dugger. shown outstanding ability] Center

Now Open For BusinessAfter I holds along with vaulter Ir- Richard Hobbs, ChUCK Moore, I 20 Words or less, one time ----_____ .95 :Memorials, Resolutions! _Uh__ 5c per word

win Martin, who will also be McLeod Leads Jimmy Moore, and Mike Wa- 2 Miles U. S.South on If not paid in advance -----_________ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words uh 2.50

being closed because of fire I returning as a senior this ters. 301 Keyed or Blind Ads ---------________ 1.00 Over 50 words ______..... __.. __ 5o per word
Over
year. Martin will also run Register Each additional word over 20 _____ 03
--- DUplay ads In Classified! ______ 1.50 Inch
JACKSONVILLE LIVESTOCK AUCTION CO. J i the 180 yard.low hurdles. An-, Local FinancePaul Maroon Cagers 9-PIECE, per

other pole vaulter who has: RELIABLE MAN OR WOM- FOR RENT 5 room and I FOR RENT
Owned and Operated by I : Bed Room Suite AN 3 bedroom un-
cleared 12 feet 6 inches is I To take over Watkins bath furnished
McLeod hit for eight Crush TornadoesPalatka's route apartment. I furnished house. Available
in Starke.
i Good for
j William Silcox a senior this up Hot and cold water. Gas March 1. Phone 9646375. R.
Thomas W. Waldrop I| points in Bantam Cage play i Twin Beds, Mattresses, to $65 weekly to start. No heat. 121 South St. Phone W. ..,Brannen. UP_
season. Maroon
cage investment.
Friday to lead Register Oil Springs Chest Set your own 964-5541 after 3 p.m. ltchg
Vanity
Freeman Register John Company 14-9 over the Local players jumped to an early nours. Permanent -opportun HOUSE FOR RENT -

Finance for theteam's I lead in both ends of a : and Stool Its. Full or part time. Wat- Furnished on Old Bessent
---------- --- --- Company FOR SALE Like new dou-
'kins Products Dept. F-4, Rd 1 1-4 mi.
double-header with Starke ble Laundry tubs. out. Contact
fifth straight win. Heavy
P.
O. Box
I No. 2447. Memphis
'Tuesday night and coastedto Only $8500 gauge and all fittings. Al- Dicandio. Up
Brooker also !won its second JLJTenn. i!tp. -
so roll-away bed with mat-
game ,in a row with a 28-18 two easy victories. FOR RENT Small furnished -
tress. Reasonable. G. Kauf-
FURNISHED
HOME
victory over Court Shoe Re- Starke's varsity went dow.n' house. Newly decorated
Close in. well built frame. 2 mann. 717 W. Cypress St. ,
New
rug and drapes. Couple
pair.. Pat Castle was high i to a crushing 34-72 defeat: LIKE NEW ', bed room home large lot. Phone 964-3544. Itchg preferred No pets. Phone

f Brooker, sponsored by i on the enemy's floor for 'paved street. You won't go 9644621. 570 W. Call St.
STOP SHOPNOEGE.L'S Andrews Drugs with I wrong on this one for $8- TRAILER PARK
: seven I their 18th loss in 23 games. BookcaseBed Itchg..
000.00. Large lots with patios available -
points, while Mercer had eight Behind 10-22 at the end of1:
Close to down town
I.A. J. THOMAS._REALTOR ALL TYPE LAWN MOWERS
joints for-- the losers. the first period the Tornadoes -: Room Suite shopping. Westmoreland SHARPENED. FACTORY

Register Oil leads the league dropped steadily behind FOR SALE 4 pure bred Trailer Park Westmoreland WAY. CALVIN JOHNS.

with a perfect 5-0 record while. all the way. i il Foam Rubber Mattressand Black Angus Bulls. See Lucian St. phone 9692151. tfchs ohonp 064-1441. tfclm
Corjjer, at farm on
Brooker and Local Finance are I l John Williams led the i Springs Dresser Bayless I FOR RENT
AT. i Hiway or write P. O. COLORED GIRL -Does nice Office on Court
I
I tied for second'place with two scoring for Starke with 10 Chest : Box 703. Starke. 4tchg 3-15 ironing at her home. Contacther Street suitable for Doctor See

wins and three losses each. I points Dave Ingram and I at 415 West Utah St. IE. K. Perryman. 141 W. Madison -
BARGAIN
Court:: Shoe Repair trails withl Chuck Moore had 8 each; I All For $125Dinette RENT OR SALE 309 N. 2tp 3-1 I St. 2tche 2-22

a single win against four de- Herb Nelson Bill Jackson I .I Broadway .St.. Starke. Fla. 5 TAILORED MADE Drapes FOR RENT Four room
feats. and Gary Kouba had 3 each, : rm. house furnished. Rent I unfurnished cottage with
and rods. Mrs. Peggy Shal-
I Ii while Art Holliday bucketed : Sets adults $50 mo. Cash Sale. $5.- ler. phone 9645934tfchg bath. P. O. Box 861 or phone
500. Terms $1,000 down $50 I
a single foul shot 964-7111. J. T. Quigley.
Forest
i Service mo. 6 oer cent. Newly deco- FOR I Itchg;
John Sproull led the winners I 5-PIECE CHROME rated in and out. To close RENT 3 bedroom
Reports 16 Fires with 17 points while and estate. Phone FL 9-3507. furnished house. Walking ADULT EDUCATION COURSES -
Table and 4 Chairs, Extra distance from business dis I
Bobby Dunn hit 14 and Ron- Jax. Fla. To see apply 317 EVENINGS. MONDAY
During WeekThe : trict. Call 964-2521. Brad-
Sturdy Will! last a Broadway. Starke. 3tch 2-22 THROUGH THURSDAY. All
nie Dennis came up with 13 ford Engineering Co. ltchg
Business j
Life Time I High School subjects.
Florida Forest Serv- B-Squad !. I FOR SALE 21" Sylvania Courses. Conversational

ice reports 16 fires in Brad- Downing Starke's BsquadPalatka's I TV console. 21" Philco con- WE DON'TSell ; Spanish. Mechanical Draw1nJl.I .
.- ford Only $4500An 'I I sole. 21" Zenith table TV. ] you we help you buy. I TestIng services. White students
County the
during Maroons
AUTO SALES :: past Baby All 3 have new picture tubes. Good selection of new and t : contact L H. Gibson. J
week, with 135 acres burned. I jumped to a 16-1 lead in the : $5.00 down at Dahmer's Discount used 8' and 10' wide Mobile -' USO Bide. Office. Nexro stud

Since January 1 this year i lirst period and went on to I Especially Beautiful House.Itchg : Homes. / ents: contact Prof. Eddie
I i
there have been 51 fires t! win 53-24 Harold Bishop hit I Tbompkins. RJE High Schooltfchv.
I Designed TAKE .UP payments on a I II LAKE GENEVA
with 357 acres burned, as I 9 for Starke, Robert Moody I I I
Harmony electric guitar. Also TRAILER PARK I I

compared with 27 fires and 17, and Andy Strickland, David 5-Piece Dinette I a 30 watt Admiral ,I 1 mi. SE of Keystone Hts.on ., FOR RENT-45 room and bathhouse

188 acres burned during the I Dyal, and Garry Cole had I portable Stero record Route 100 i Excellent condition.

62 NEW same period_ in 1961. 2 each. Mangum was high i changer at Dahmer's Dis- I I. Close to shopping district.
62 NEW For tfchg
for Palatka with 14 while Only $40 !,count House. Itchg j Phone 964-8101 or contact

!. The Clrrait Turner and Stevens had 10 I BE A SUCCESS I FOR SALE-Suburban Starke !I I Mrs. Mattie Gahagan. 1133 E.
Court Ol UP
CHEVY or FORD Florida Eighth Judicial each. I EARN a good income close to i 200 X 300 wooded lots. Elec- 1 j!I Brownlee.

Circuit, In And For Bradford 9x12Linoleum ; home. Friendly pleasant and tricity. ohone. i!i.
2
miles ?
out. RENT
PAYING
STILL
County U Starke will close out its !
Chancery. profitable Avon
CHEVY II representing Take 100. keystone Rd. to for five
DIVORCE regular season after meeting : Cosmetics, quickly outs S in I I After paying rent
Rugs Mail box 125-C
Elva M. Scott. Plaintiff vs. at Pine Acres years they said. "we have
Lake Butler in the local vour pocket. Write or call Mrs.
Harold gym Park. "
PiCKUP R. Scott Defendant. I Teems. Phone 9647454. i i nothing to show for it. So
Mabel Gore Box 3617. Gaines-
NOTICETo. at 7 Saturday and then ,
p.m. $5.95'XTRA 4tp 3-8 why not pay the rent and at
ville. Fla. Give directions to
Harold R. Scott. 14017 traveling to Lake City Mon- I the same time be buving the
Rosemont, Detroit 23, ; vour home and phone
Michigan.
$ You are hereby notified thata day for last game at 6:30 hAP ?_1s! 9t num-I IMMEDIATE Opening for house. Just $287.50 down VA
$ $1195 complaint for divorce has p.m. The District Tourna- SPECIALTWO man over 21, high school or $425.00 FHA.
$1695 been filed against you, and you ment will follow on March FOR RENT-3 bedroom at- graduate and automobile A. J. Thomas, Realtor
are required to serve a of
copy tract'velv furnished cottaee necessary experience in financial -
your Answer or Pleading to the 1, 2, and 3. Kingsley Lake. Year round : field helpful. Ad- INCOME TAX SERVICEC.
on i
Complaint the
._ on plaintiff's attorney E. IIUTCHESON
George H. Pierce, 03- Studio Couches rates. Central heat. Call 969- vancement for nerson willing SATURDAYSAND
a SOS:>> North Temple Avenue Clerk Circuit Court : 'I' to apply themself. ContactMr.
1491. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid-
Starke, Florida and file the orIginal Bradford County, FloridaBy : C. E. Zipperer. 144 W
Answer or Pleading in Marian L. Crosby D. C. I Plastic : tfchg I i I Call St. Starke or call 964- I Mon. Fri.; after 5 p. DI.
I the office of the Clerk of the Thomas & Pierce I 9091. 2tch 2-1 Call 96M193
: Circuit Court on or before the By: George H. Pierce : SALE-I
Pratt St.
LARGE HOUSE FOR 521
24th day of February U6!. K $35 and $39
II Attorney for Plaintiff
you fail to do so, a Decree Pro 2-1 4t !-2. Comoletely famished [6 I WANTED: LISTINGS. FREE lOchr 4-12
62 NEW 61 Confesso will be taken against j apartments] double ,arae. OPEN LISTINGS. NO SALE
you for the relief demanded in TIlE RIGHT POINT for the i ; 210 N. Cherry Si. NO PAY. STROUT REALTY.

the complaintDone way you write. Come in and MAPLE COUCHFor : Enjoy a horn plus Ineeme. J. Hansen. Rep. 5 mi. S. of FARM
and ordered at'''Starke, See J. R. Bullinjton Owner. Starke on U. S. 301. Phone Equipment Pot

VOLKSWAGEN I Florida A. D.. 196 this!. 30 day of January, select BROOK your Fountain favorite Fen.ESTER-TELE j Only $20A I t I tfchr 468-1766. Waldo. tfchg :Tiowinj -

FALCON (SEAL) i I Planting
Charles A Darby GRAPH. I I'I II I FOR SALE -Used Harmony COLONIAL FLORIST INDUSTRIAL1'
I BIG BARGAIN IN i electric guitar with case and Only P. T. D. Florist in Starke.
I I a large Supro-Amplifier with Flowers wired any place. Flowers Equipment For Every Job
ABIGSTUDIO 110 inch speaker all for $5.00 for all occasion
'I I locally.
$$1595 WATCH FOR: COUCHHas down at Dahmer's Discount Phone 9646291. 506 East, Superior Tractor CO.

$$1695 TERMITES I I House _, Itchg Nona St. tfchg I PHONE EV 9-8775

: I 5353 W. Beaw Jatkionrifl
: FOR SALE
End Pieces With .
ANNUALLY I t I FOR RENT Furnished apart
Large Storage Space Un- I Ready mix concrete. concrete ments. Reasonable rates. Near
block oiers, fence posts. sand
I COST der Seat and Matching i cement mortar mix. rock. steel 'chopping 2011 center. Phone! 969- HASTINGS MATTRESS
-U-- or call at 213 S. Cherry
: oyster shell. Hmwock. and roof
U.S. HOMEOWNERS St. [Shell Qffice.1 tfchg
ChairAll gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg Oil Co. & UPHOLSTERY WORKS

For $48.95LARGE I Bradford Enrineerinjp Co. 711 Lemon 8L. PaUiks
FURNISHED APARTMENTS
i i ;
OVER I FIFTY I GOOD USED Ranges and re- lights and water furnished. Furniture Repaired, Upholstered *

i. irigerators at prices you can Inquire Bullington Studio or & Refinished
t MILLION afljrd. North Florida Supply. 321 West Madison St. tfchg MATTRESSES REBUILTNew 4
DINING ROOM 412 E. Call St. tfchz r

I 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM DOLLARS! SUITE ;::-FOR RENT2 bedroom tin- MAN HAVE OR ROUTE.WOMAN.OPEN EARN FOR Box Innerspringsand Springs

furnished apartment. Phone $87.50 PER WEEK. AGE 30 Drop Us A Card or Ca1JPA.LATKA
Fleridci '
Pest Confroi : 964-4921. tfchg TO 65. WRITE: MR.
I Table, 6 Chairs, Buffet GREENE. 659 WEST PEACH- EA 5-9161
& Chemical Co.FRII FOR RENT K&gsley Lake TREE ST.. N. E.. ATLANTA 8. STARKE 964-5134

Only $55 furnished 2 bedroom house. GEORGIA. 4tchg 3-1 MRS. PEGGY SHALLEB.

A Little Out 01 The Way Well heated. Available to Starke Agent
I II June 1. Phone 964-4201 or PEYTON FLORIST

; Bargain in Radios, Tele- 964-0741. tfcns 119 S. THOMPSON ST.
Inspection 964-3965 PHONE 864-4155 BE SURE .to see WORLD
But A Lot Less To end DIAl. : visions-Come Out and I FURNISHED one bedroom NIGHT 984-3891 AT 969-1822 BOOK before buying any encyclopedia
Pay
; See Our Many, Many I apartments for rent. W. H. DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS M. A. Payne your
I / Estimate I Items i i Nollman. 510 N. Cherry. We Wife Flower Anywhere local representative since 195.

I ,i tlch2 tfcfcg j' Box 603. Ph. 964-3794 UchrPAGI







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8TARKE FLORIDA, THURSDAY FEB. 22, 1962 .. ,';' ',r. ..
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f WTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTLAWTEY Lake City. Karen and John spent Sun- taavtmtvnrvvvtntn YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY'HAMPTON I rolled in school here on Mon- at this time. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl B1m'RRONNBAPTIST
Mrs. John O. Pons and day with Mr. Lee's mother,
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Or-
Broughton and family Sun- CHUB CH
% daughters of Tallahassee are Mrs. Clemmie Lee, in Enig- BROOKER day.Mrs. tages of
Gene Hall was in Jacksonville was day.
I visiting her parents, Mr and ma, Ga. Bradford County Hospital visiting relatives in Graham HINES REUNIONThe Sunday School, 10 a. m.
: Mrs. Bryant E. Reddish. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barrof I Morning 11 .
Worship, a m.
By Enza Blanchard
,
Sunday.
Bj Shirley GreenAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. By Mrs. in Starke from Monday to Hines reunion will be
Mrs. Harry Fitspatrick and Lancaster, Ohio D.E.ES1IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AA Training Union 6:30
are
j I Wednesday last week for Ed Parrish is a patient in held this year at the homeof p. m. :
A AAA..AaaA AnA Miss Barnes of Green Cove guests of Mr. and Mrs. Or- Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. j
treatmentMr. Bradford County Hospital Mrs. Alice Starling here
FOUNDER'S DAYFounder's Springs were Saturday visi- ville Bumgarner this week. Mrs. J. E. Hardy of Starke BEVERLY Let's all try to get to see himif in Graham. The reunion will Prayer Meeting Wednesdays \
and C.
CRAWFORDHAS Slade
tors of Mrs. Effie Miner. Miss Arthurine W. are
Blanchard 7:30: p. m. Rev. Joe Roop,
ob- visited
Day Mrs. Mattie we can
was Barry be on Sunday Feb. 25.
Mrs. J. W. Wilson of the BIRTHDAY PARTY visiting here for a week from
spent weekend with Miss pastor. Ray Norman, pianist.
served at the PTA meeting Saturday afternoon.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Horace BAPTIST W. M. U.
Beverly North Carolina with their
Jacksonville Crawford daugh-
the week- Enza Blanchard.
spent visit-
Tuesday night, Feb. 12, in They and Mrs. Arthur Kel- Glen Norman. Sun'"" School
The Graham Baptist WMU
end with her brotherinlawand ed their aunt Mrs. John J. ter of Mr. ana Mrs 0. H. parents Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Strickland of Plant City was.
the school cafeteria. E. L. sister Mr. and Mrs. McLeod who is in a nursing ley of Sarasota were week- Crawford celebrated her Lott and Mr. and MSB. Les- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl I will meet on the 27th at the superintendent: W. H. Green

Matthews, editor and pub- Bryant ReddUi. home in Gainesville. end guests of Mrs. Rosa fifth birthday with a partyat ter Slade.J. Jones last Friday. church. All the Ladies of the Training Union director D. R
lisher of the Bradford Coun- Kelley. WMU to be
asked
Mrs. Anna Knight of Chattanooga Sunday dinner guests of the Crawford home Satur- J, Brannen and Raleigh Gus Wynn of Starke was are pres- Redding, chorister.
ty Telegraph by request of Claude Prescott of Cocoa
ent for this meeting.
Tenn. is, viSitingMr. Mr. and Mrs. Truby 1,. Wain- day afternoon, Feb. 17. Fourteen Brannen were Lake Butler
the principal Connie Clark, was the weekend guest of his
and Mrs. J. C. Knight.Mr. wright and daughter Mrs. were present for games visitors on Sunday.
brief of Law- mother Mrs. Doshia
gave a history Pres-
and Mrs. L. L. Starlingof Bill Dixon, and Mrs. Rae opening of gifts, and refresh-
tey from about 1875. gleaned REGISTER OFTEN
Avon Park 'visited Mr. Greek of Jacksonville and cott.Mrs.. ments of birthday cake and YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTYYfVVGRAHAM
from old copies of The James Temple attended ice
and Mrs. Jeff Prevail Jr. Emory Eunice. cream. Beverly's birthday
Telegraph, and other sources. the Girl's Auxiliary
and children, during the Mr. and Mrs. :Bryant Tucker State was on Sunday, February
This showed that the PTA of Promotional Confer-

Lawtey School had been weekend. and children of Fernan- ence in Ocala Thursday and 18.PARTY I
Miss Debby' Phillips of dina Beach visited SATURDAYFOR
active more or less for about Mrs. Friday. DEBRA By Richard CainiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
:Jacksonville spent Sunday Tucker's mother Mrs. Leona HICKSA I
60 65 Mrs. Dave Green I
or years. spent ie.
with Mrs. O. J. Phillips. Edwards, Sunday.AT party with a western ic
Everyone present enjoyed last week with Mr. and Mrs.
Rev. and Mrs. L. P. Ra- THE CHURCHES theme marked the birthdayof
hearing about the beginningof Alex Williams and Kirk in Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Was-
fUse were visiting Mr. and Grace Methodist: Church Debra Hicks, daughter of din
their town. Jacksonville. had as weekend guests
Mrs. J. O. Raulerson in Orlando School, 9:45 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hicks,
: Morning
ajn.
The president, Mrs. Eu- Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges held their two sons and families,
the weekend. 11 at their farm home
over Worship the
a-m., on
gene Pearson, conducted a and family of Gainesvillewere Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Was-
Mrs- W. B. Devine left topic, "Why Go To Church?" near Hampton Saturday afternoon -
short business session. The Sunday night dinner din and Mr. and Mrs. Bob-
room count was won by the Saturday for a visit with Evening Worship, 7:30: pjna guests of Mr. and Mrs. Evan Feb. 17. Sixteen by Wasdin of Jacksonville.Miss .
her son-in-law and daughter, study on the book of Ezra. I were present for the party
7th and 8th grades who tied. Hodges.Mr. Sharon Cain was visit-
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Tyndall, MYF each Wednesday 7 which included a weiner
Each received a prize. Refreshments and Mrs. J. R. Mott roast ing relatives in Gainesvilleover
and children. as well as the tradi-
were served by p.m.First and sons and Mrs. N. C. Mott tional the weekend. nc
Mrs. Gayle Torode and Baptist: Sunday cake and ice cream.
the 8th grade mothers. sere Sunday guests of Mrs. CITY MARSHAL John Lefevers of Jackson-
son spent with School 10 RESIGNSAT
her
The Official Board of the Sunday ajnMorning; W. S. Sauls in Gainesville.Mr. ville dinner
of
parents Mr. and Mrs. W. F. 11 COUNCIL MEETING was a guest
Worship, a.m. BTU, 6:30: [
Methodist Church met Wed. and Mrs- Wilbur
Barryof *
his
W. brother and sisterinlaw -
M.
Moore and family. pjn. Evening Worship 7:30: Phillips turned in
nesday evening'at the par- Gainesville were Sunday '
his resignation Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Mrs. Susie Jacobs Mr. pjn. Prayer Meeting each as city
sonage. and Mrs. John Jacobs and Wednesday 7:30 guests of Mrs. Mattie Barry. marshal to the Hampton Lefevers, Sunday.
The Lawtey Home 'Dem- pan. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Melvinof
Mrs. Dolores Jacobs of Mil- City Council at their monthly Mrs. Edwaid Broiwhton
onstration Club met at the IIytyltyttttytyRRyytCLAY Tampa were weekend
ton, and Mrs. Nettie Bakerof meeting at the city hall, was visiting her sister, Mrs.
home of Mrs. H. C. Wain- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Feb.
Massachusetts were guests 6. Discussion of a replacement Onie Sullivan, in Daytona
wright Thursday morning Melvin and family.
of. the Carlton Craft family HILL for the office of last weekend.
with nine present. The presi- Mrs. Harold Sorrells and
and Mr. Lonnie marshal took up most of the
cent Mrs. Hiram Bennett, and Mrs. daughters of Jacksonville Master Colen Ratliff Jr. of 14 V2 ft. "Nomad" Fiberglass Boat-Johnson 18" HP-Blurry Tilt Trailer
Craft and daughter over the By Mrs. J. L. StrickLndtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAh business session, but no ap- Gainesville was visiting his
presided. The special feature visited Mrs. Rosa Kelley Sat-
weekend. pointment was made at the
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
:Family Financial Planningand urday afternoon.Mr. .
COME REGISTER OFTENNO
Mrs. Pearl Baxley of Doc- meeting. L. E. Ratliff, over the week- --
Budgeting was presented Mr. and Mrs. Ed Maye of and Mrs. Sam Crutch- YWA
FOCUS
tor's Inlet spent Sunday with WEEK
by Miss Dorothy Ross Lawtey visited the Strick- field and Butch of Gaines- OBLIGATIONTO
with a film depicting family Mr. and Mrs J. D. Sapp. lands one evening last week ville were visiting Mrs. Mat- YWA's of Hampton Bap- end.Mrs.. Kate Starling is now
tist Church BE GIVEN AWAY BYService
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Silcoxof marked YWA
life and planning and by a lirst time we had seen these tie Barry Sunday. Focus Week visiting her son and daugh-

good talk on the subject. Freeport were Sunday friends in a long time. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Douglas Feb. 11-18, with ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Na-
guests of Rev. L. T. Howe meetings, visitation, and pre-
Everyone enjoyed the lunch- Mr. Crawford out new and family and Miss poleon Starling, in Gaines-
eon"'served by the hostess. and ,children. Welfare, worker in this district Bivins of Lake Butler were senting part of the service ville. IMPERIAL I I Station
i during the Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly eve-
Mrs. A. H. Harley spent last was calling on some of visiting Mrs. W. L. Douglasand ning John Willis of Mulberrywas
and Wendel visited Jim Ha- prayer meeting last ..
\
week with her soninlawand I the folks in the communityone Mrs. W. T. Blair and week. visiting his mother, Mrs.
Taking
daughter Mr. and Urs'1 .gon.afternoon.Jacksonville Sunday I day last week. The Billy Sunday. Misses Kathy Conklin part were Ale- Liela Willis, over the week- I "BUY THE BEST-BUY IMPERIAL"U.

Nelson Blocker and sons in i. Stricklands happened to be Mr. and Mrs. Wilson end. Mrs. Willis has been
Mr. and Mrs. R. 'E. Lee the first ones he called on, Green and daughters of thia Williams, and Joyce S. 301 North City Limits Starke, Fla.
Melton. They also attended seriously ill for a couple of
and he got rained in beforehe Jacksonville were visiting
associational YWA mission weeks but is some improved
could make his report.He Mr..
FLA. PEST and Mrs. Dave Green
study in Starke .
on
spent the extra time get- Saturday. Thursday = .. -
CONTROLNURSERY ,)ft ting information on whereto Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hodges evening last week and a r

find the others on his list were Sunday guests of Mr. YWA Church banquet on Monday at Madison evening St. BLIZZARD OF BARGAINS . ,'

to'see. and Mrs. Rodney Belcher this week. -

The infant daughter [twin] and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sie- "
I Ii i of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mos- vers in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bryant
visited near Live Oak last
REDPYRACANTHA ley of Highland is recover- Mrs. J. R. Mott and Mrs. .

AZALEAS ing nicely from the opera- N. C. Mott were in Starke on Sunday with their son-in- : rruuwoo U .
u n [NJ\YJWUOO@J\
tion on her neck last week. business Friday afternoon. law and daughter Mr. and @ .

We stated last week that Mr.and Mrs. John Evans Mrs. Damon Nolan, and fam- SIC

there was a cist to remove. and Mrs. Woodrow Beasley ily. -

39c The parents learned Jater arid sonsoJHainea, ; CityMr.; Mrs. Louise .Manire returned '

: :._"" _.: $150 that the baby had a.tumor and'-Mrs.' James.;.Dees and 'fcome Sunday after I'GALAXIES' 4":7
!
\ instead of a cist. We are glad son ::'of''.Dundee.i;'and Douglas ,spending all last week in
'
is recovering so Starke with Miss
the baby Dees'and Miss Joanne Swea- Peggy 2 ,tom Sedan
Ford's
.. big,
more-for-your-money -
were Driggers. '
nicely. take of Haines City "-'
INDOOR MINIATURE luxury car.Thunderbird styling..ckoice Thunder'. i -- =
CAMELLIAS Winfred Wilkinson preach- weekend guests of Mrs. Mat- Richard May has received l j ibisd power! Twke-a>?ear (may 6,000 miles) IOU-

ROSES 'ed .for. us at Highland. Asall tie Barry. his discharge from the U: S. 'l tae eessooel .
,
.. who know him will agree, Mrs. S. P, Rucker of Lake Air Force, and he and his -

he' is a very sincere consecrated Butler visited Mrs. Rosa daughter Melody, and his caaifi

: young man and Kelley Saturday afternoon. father C. L. May who spent .L P&cE $2093 I
$125
.
$129 really! preached a wonder Mr.. and,/Mrs,Jimmy CrosbY two weeks in Homesteadwith AS LOW AS

ful sermon. and: son of,Starke visited them, returned to

Well, we were in Green Mr. and M_ rs. Lloyd Barry Hampton last weekend. Mrs.

Cove last week and just a- Saturday. May expected to complete I

bout everyone we talked to J.. R. Mott and Bryant moving arrangements and

PEAT HUMUS .bu. SOc was asking about our hunt- Moore enjoyed a fishing trip drive to Hampton the mid-

ing. We have been out'a.. to Lochloosa Saturday. dle of this week. Melody en- II'r

number of times huntingthe CITY ELECTIONA

rabbits that have been city election was held

..,, <.. eating our garden, but always last Tuesday, at the Com- CO UAVETItIS hIAMDYr o

;:. ',. .... .".."",,, ......;..,,,,.,"."", .,:.,.",.,>>-", : ,', :'>' '' r I,I failed to find them. munity Center. the! Mayor GAS OW TAP q '. ,,, .Uml*.MfaMl.ri**NoMltMl

So we decided to set some M. O. Harrell; Marshal ON

\ traps where they come Victor Jones; and Council- T JUST THEN IT ; ,a a *oo'It
i :
\ SEE us. ; I through the fence. It wasn't men, A.. L. Green and G. E. AND SAY GIDDAP.1 FALCONS pdpd'Ihr # FORD PICKUPS! pr=b*H airf a**'I*a tip

.. long before we heard a rabbit Green, were, re-elected. Stanley pF albdna>abM

squeal so Bessie jumped Green waS also elected

:, ,:,' :;!:*>""" Jim AT1btiR n C5ERVtCE
frightening
; .>>":<< is>" : out of bed [ councilman.A
"
..
,, ",, J
'. "' ", ."'!' and was soon at the rabbit CLUB NEWS
_. FULL PRICE $
-' FULL PRICE $ $1715
trap. She heard Jim coming! The Brooker Garden Club t $1790

FOR M looked around, and there he met !last Thursday night at AS LOW AS AS LOW AS -

i was in his "long handles"hadn't the Community Center with ,
!I taken time to dress!II Mrs. E. president, -
Kleinman.!
THE 0 oas
BIGGEST VALUES IN ; p
I Bessie gave him the privi- in charge. Mrs.. Iva Douglas' a

lege of killing this one, and! gave- a demonstration. on Here's chance to get one of our FORD D ;
a
I went back to bed. Was just hoW0 make.! artificial

getting to sleep, when about flowers.. Mrs. T. W. Markeywas l.- -, .

12:30: another rabbit let outa in charge: of refresh-,
ForDependable I
1 squall. Jim did manageto ments.

get some clothes on this The Home Demonstration i

time he got so cold be Club met at the home of GasSERVICE I

fore. But not so Bessie Mrs. Iva. Douglas last Tues-

p. those pj's were enough for day afternoon. Mrs. T. W. ,

her. After this we couldn't Marker, president, was in
get back to sleep until 3 ajn.so charge of 'the. business 'meet- Phone 964-7551

0 wide-eyed waiting for ,ing, 'Miss Dorothy Ross, After Hours Call

another rabbit which didntcome. Home'' Demonstration Agent. Bill at Keystone

ALSO FULL LINE OF ',gave a'demonstration on ..how ;
numberI 4609Bottled
There have been a to "alter neck and sleeves of 1

I of fire-breaks plowed in this! garments. I Mrs.. T. W. Mar- 6 r 1UID@tU"[ {

I locality, and more are being key 'and ''Mrs. Iva 'Douglas

farm and Garden i plowed. When all of'the 'land served 'refrreskments.BIRTHDAY BulkMetered

I that Is plowed Is burned. off, PARTY Cojd weste cp Haifa, .

all of us will be free from so MrsH.., :C. Douglas enter- b'4
I bofchrjrs fer
means ; yen
and rabbits,
trash -
much tained her son. Greg. witha
I!i we hope. Our fire control birthday party_ Thursday a R '> ?. on a "62 Feed! We're g.

folks sure know how to take afternoon at' the Community RANGES M, ting eztt1rarIcetd3ciA''w

care of these things. Center., Several' "games. were REFRIGERATORS '62 Galaka. Fairfax

Remember the Homecoming enjoyed by the30 guestspresent. ", .v and Farmsod. ,ireire

services at Highland on .. Refreshments of ice WASHERS x r oubel. ..011 rlJlt

March 25, and the revival cream, cake and punch were
DRYERS coed! LOOK AT OUR
starting the same night. A served by Mrs. Douglas'and '

former pastor Edward Harvey Mrs. J. W Kelley HEATERS PRICES; S'lE1Iro

will be the speaker, and CALL- FOK BIDS ... OUR DEALS O""hEaM I
"
*
Dorsey Mackendrey the song Thd Board of County Commissioners HOT WATER h ,
of Bradford County,
leader. Everyone is invitedto Florida will receive sealed bids HEATERS

attend. rt-1O:80 -o'clock on.the morning M...Mile Min CoIII .... ...fIII JIcI.. Ih...WI Am
of March (,-1962.. In the court- T.MeI9I.JCMt..w..c- .eW
Just had 59 present for room, in the courthouse for/ the D 1 rn DieIIr lor CIOMIII.eM will_...... .. J' .SawyNA t

Sunday School again last,, following 40'Window: shades of various fM o ISSZ IIQI fA,.ANn .a.ICJI fIIIIa)-'7..as ..;

Sunday. Wonder where everyone widths and lengths/, ,to b, ,installed DNIQ)'11. i I [J

\ ANDs was? Forty-nine of' these hall in the Jury Courtroom,Room. .Photo-Upstairs L '-.- -z KffiSOKT CAR DOES ROT HAVE TO BE ntD JQR to B _Rt1 =

539 E. Call St. Mf were 100 per cent members.The stat Room, and the Registrar'sRoom. _

the.tanner X _
Beginners won
C\HEMLCAL I CQ The shades to be of Vinyl
*, Fla. again with a grade of Impregnated Dock of not. less. MOTORS
89. These little fellows real- than" 10 oon e. -t' "
fh* foard.Reserree the Right
Open Wednesday Afternoons ly enjoy Sunday SchooL The "reject any and ,all bids.

older folks should take a (SEAL. ) i 206 West Madison Street Starke, FloridaTERWILLEGAR

lesson from them. _.- Cbu ee-A.-Darby 2-15 Clerk It :-2! '. _'-.-_:'" _' ___ .." .... .. '_- -:-:; '" ,,, __'::-_:_::_-_ -"-:- :::'=.:;-_._:: ,=:' _:::: ':' -::- -.:_:,-_ .:-_..:.. _:....:.. _.....: ::. .'- ___ ,..:



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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD. COUNTY'TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA THFRSDAY. FEB. 22, 1983


FIRST BAPTIST euH 'i 1 Kern Tone or equal on the ceil 'Roy''''* dec.NOTICE, i I -=-..- = f,

CHURCH. STARKE .2 cups: brown, sugar. 1 .cup ing.d... ,Applying primer and sealer I All cr' ltors TO of CREDITORS the estate ol :

shortening, 2' eggs 2 tea- : on Walls. (Color to be decided I Alice May Heal Rogers, deceased -
I Sunday School, 9:45, with, later) are hereby notified and ,.,.
J0''L1 all. classes graded accordingto I500m-cream Tf tartar, 3 tups 2. UPSTAIRS fi.VLL I required- to file any claims or
flour, 2 teaspoons baking a. Applying two coats Super demands which they may have
age, from birth to adults.MoVning .i '* Kem Tone :'or equal 6n editing. against said estate In th office'I
Worship, 11 ,'-fun.Evening soda, 1 cup coconut, tea- b. One coat primer and- sealer of the county judge of Bradford I
.spdon lemon juice, 'vanilla on wills.c. County, Florida, in the
I I S fvice-, 7:50: pa. : One coat! stain and Tarnish courthouse at Starke, Florida, -
AT THE TABERNACLE The Concord ;Uhblr,' ages '13-- Cream sugar and .shortening; ; d. Varnishing woodwork. I within eight calendar months
DEDICATION SERVICE r add eggs, then dry ingredients on windows..' Trom the date of the first! publication f
a AT! LAUHEL BAPTIST l Schedule for: week of Feb. 14 meets at 5:15: Sunday afternoon. I It is a stiff ttouih 'make into 3. JURY ROOM of this notice Each uizL
two coats of claim
Training Union a. Applying Tarnish or demand must be mVrlting
25:. balls theL ,size of.a._ walnut on ceiling. and most state th I !
Dedication services -will be 61s 4o 7:15: n.'YontlaFerhIp b. One-coat primer and sealeron place or residence and post-
Sunday Church School,
Press with floured fork, andIft
a
held Sunday, Feb 25, at IO Jo'Howmg the evening I walls. office address of the claimantand I
I 9:45 am. Morning Worship, ByOT11uggIni r you put the ball.on .a c. One coat tain and Tarnish must be worn to by th
Laurel. :3Ii&sIonary. ':.A' Baptist I 11 ajuSnack Supper for Worship Service at the cookie sheet Bake at 350 'de- eh woodwork. claimant his agent, or hit- attorney -
Church. which is one year home 'of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. tSounty AgentMORE The.:Hoard reserves the rightto or it111 become void
MYF,, 6 pan Youth Meetings :reees, ab ut- 12 D1i 1. until according: to law.
and all bids. I
bid this Sunday. *i"Suntiay Peek Jr. 563 N. Church St'Carls reject any
6:30'p.in.. Juiiibr. Ch Ir rehearsal I. ,Ji ..e... 4 ddn Charles \. Darby, Clerk.SEAL January S5. 1962.
School, 9:45 a.m. 1 p. n..Evening Worship 4 Aixfliarywill meet I ABOUT. CORN two" main practices ,for your .HELPFUL HINTS To tighten \ ) 4 Laura Louise! Rogers Chilson
Executrix the-
Morning. Worship, 11.- aJrt. 7.:30'p.m.. Tuesday altembon tt 3:30:fr At Tight now.' On!?; 2-15 %t :-%% 'Alice 'of EstaVo of ,
our fertilizer meeting planning the b oDS' 'ort Dinner on the grounds after 1 '
A membership training class for' girls aged 9-12. Girls :last ireek it was pointed .out most urgent Is a spray pro- drsseer, cut a washer from apiece IB County Judge'!* Court In ceased

A.morning Eason service.of Bostwick Rev..Baptist John' lor those'wishing to unite with from 7 13 to 15 meet Friday at I that >t yield of 50 bushels ol gram to-'kill moss if moss is .of'sandpaper and put it :Hid'-FlorldlL', .Fhr Bradford only,I. 1st First, 1962.: publication on Ftbruarv

Church near PjUatkfMwillconduct the church is being conducted 4. p.m. corn per .wre will remove irwyour-: grove.Trees heavy between toe knob and the In rfe' T:<,.'ftat. _vf AIipSlav Heal :2?-1 4t !-25

the dedication serv by the pastor each Sunday Sunbeams meet Wednes-' approximately the follow- with ,mosare shaded and wood with rough side to the TW tnanh' feCfjt Iecat ,,

ice. :morning during--the Sunday day33O; p.m. The Carol ing amounts 'tf plant focfd smothered and will not produce wood. Tighten the nut and, it

School }hour, and each Sun- Choir, ages 9-12, meet Wednesday from the soil. Nitrogen, 65 pecans ,like'they
Prayer Mtetlng each Wed'; ,iay've 1ihg daring the MYF 3:30 p.m. Celestial pound: phosphate, 18-12 Ask \tr.f or bulletin or call I butter the measuring ,' cellar -

nesday 7 p.m. ., .dO hour* they win be received and,Chlrub Choirs ages 4-8 :Ipou'nds; potash 50-60 us if lyOU are interested in spoon or cup and it will The Area's No. 1 TV Entertainer b. He got locked oat of work

f Everyone is invited' to attend into tKe} '-church on Easter will, meet 4:30 p.m. pounds; and calcium, 35-40 spraying 'or having your come "out easy and not ,stick. 1 .

aH services. < B nday: 'The Spring Revival date .pounds. These are the major trees sprayed.. Clean a bread board with salt JIMMY STRICKLAND Six::: or sixty; female or mule,

J- 4 Monday Subdistrict MYF has :be n set for March 11- plant ,foOd elements required. The next program is good and lemon Juice. folks drink our milk by the

FIRST METHODIST (CHtJRCH meeting at Waldo, 7:30 p.m. 16, with Rev. John Martin, by. the plant and that. we fertilization. Here --again a ,Don S'PECTACUL pail. The reason K! very simple, .
Obert to \
has to !
V gone .
rift- must supply to the soil. Soil' ,sample might be very folks. Our milk Is always freshand !
.. .
Tuesday :; Cub Scout-Blue pastor of the First Baptist deliver chair .and some
"The Feast of Belshazzar. a run that it
if,-itjs taken right a- \vITH so downright
and Gold Banquet, in Stark .thtttCh of Chattahoochee It was also pointed out helpful bottle The chair to Et GINNY ATTER
the large painting te$:the. as You might be able to gas. goes could pass for cream in some
Gospel Tabernacle, has( attracted Element irCafetOriUth: 6:45 that shortage of any one way. Obert about 25 miles from FULL EVENING It.fN' .
evengelist. ;Mr. Gilberj, minister ni'co ld cut down on the phosphate.You localities. Be sun .to try
"thus far tn February ele. weaken- the here. It is a little town that OF TOP TALENT
the there.is
of that
p.m.Wednesday musl at St.John's might find .
20 visitors from 12 "different Mission Study plant growth. There_ are sprung up in early days along : I : -' JAX.
potash
I increase
'need to
SPark Baptist Churchof 15 other elements that a
states.4 0 Coarse ,conducted the pastor some the railroad. Now the rail-
,.7 'Ja kS>nnn 'will lead the are...ininOI', in amount ,required and -you I might find that a road is gone, !but the homesof COLISEUM
An interesting letter received pm.Thursday -. material is is not, -
liming or
singing.-- ,* by the plant.. ut are major lovely old families --. 10,000; Seats
from > .Miss Phyllis Chancel Choir needed many
Martin, the .churchVTnis- rehearsal, ::30BA1XESS -p.m., A c r1a.\ invitation is extended in importance if' there is WATCH 'STRAWBERRY are ,still there. Tickets on Sale at Coliseum, 1145 E. Adams St;

ionary td 'Ecuador, told,&'.of 'Id, the Vabhe to at a With shortage a in good the number soil. of_ PROGRAM* '.. ,* t I got sevteral pretty valentines. .. Hemming Park Ticket Office.

the Billy1 Graham :meeting HIGHWAY tendny or all'bf these'services. our 'grain :producers participating Last-. -week I.sw, some .- One, from town herewith SATURDAY. MARCH' 3 8:00 P.M.
in Quitd, and. her personal CHURCH SCHEDULE mighty pretty strawberries such _a nice verse saying
I the Feed Grain
in ;
experience in- meeting the SuHdaV 'School J'lb a*,' m Program there"is"a challengeto in Gainesville. fruit stand. such, nice things about me Adults ?1.50 Children 50c

tvang lit' at- a .reception he Morning, Worship, 11 a. m BOATDRAIN BAPTIST the growers to produceall I. looked.,on the flat and saw and no name. Just a "Guess (In'advance'' $1,25) Under 12

feave for missionariesthere.. Training Union, 6 p. m. -:GHtftCH the 'gram possible perkcr "GROWN BY LEON NOR- Who?" but it made me so .

1 MisS Martm'willreturn; ,to Evening Service, 7 p. nu Prayer Based on past history MAN, HIAML.FLA.. ." They haJ>)y. Also from my ,grand- .- I

Miami in May to attend .a --meeting; Wednesday,*- 'I.p.. Sunday School, 10 a. m. and using the :average .for were in an. attractive flat childen. My granddaughter >-1 ,' U

Missionary Council arcL-Jater m. 'Choir* practice. WedDes- :'Ioming. Worship, 11 a. m. the entire county, we will 'do i and were loose in the cup. April, is now 17 and a junior '

will Visit her family and day, 8 p. m. Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Eve- well to come up with :a .30 They were: more attractiveto in.high school. She is a beaUty -.

friends in Starke. ning Worship 7:30 p. m. bushel per acre yield. Sincewe the customer not being and a. good, sweet l.'girl BANKING HOURS

AIRPARK BAPTIST Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, have some farms that capped over with .big ber- hence has been crowned queen

CONGREGATIONALHOLINESS CHURCH 7:30: p. m. average better than 40 bushels ries. They Idoked like they of her school and Jefferson *

CHURCH and have had were picked right into the Township by the school-..to' Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays:
we
It Sunday. hodl I. 9:45: a. m.!. SEVENTH DAY per acre and sent to market. represent the basketball min '." ,n .
1-2 miles out &' few acres that we knew pint cup 9:00a.m.tol:30p.m.
North 301, 2
11:15 m.
Worship : a.
: Morning ADVENTIST CHURCH .If Harold, with ,his 10 to the tournament, and hasxa
of town on left of the road. Training Union. 6:30: 1,. m. had better than 75 bushels ,
Sabbath School, [Saturday. than to be Queen ot Henry
as an
1 Young .Meeting ;per acre, we know that our 12. acres, will put. up Wednesdays and Saturdays 9:00
People's 12
Evening Service 7:30: p. m.- 9:30: .a. 'm.. Morning -Worship, attractive flat of berries {ias County. I am proud and hap : B. m. to noon
land will produce corn if -we .
Friday 70p.() in. JSundaySchool. .
Robert Haisten. pastor.
Rev.
11.*.. m-Looated Wilson his "papa" Leon! there will py./Fred my Grandson. who
Id t.'in'. Sunday Night manage it well.
with for months ,. .
and was us six
Road ', Grlrns Loop. of not having
!Worship. 7 p. m. Everyone PENTECOSTALhOLINESS There is not time now to be .danger
working.. He went and
got
Phone (
: E. L. Marley, pastor. sale. .a
cordially invited! to attend. CHURCH have a soil sample analyzedand :
654-1324.. job himself in Richmond.:lit "'
STRAWBERRY :MEETINGCOmNGr '
have lime applied unless -
'Rev. Carl Edmondsonpastor.
: has forked seven. days aweek
.ONE GENERA5QNI
Browriiee 3t. FROM
324 W. you take your sample ; .
PENTECOSTAL HOLIS5CHUECH the last three weeks Ht
CHURCH OF GOD* Sunday School,. 10. a. m. and bring it in to our officein 'IAt a little meeting last /

7:30 m-Evening_Worship. _Morning Worship, 11 a. m.Evangelistic : the next few days. A liming week, a. few I growers requested earns $2.06 an hour fornl ltb_ ANOmERl

Sunday Scfiooi( t lOTm. Xba- -Service, '7:30:: &. Sunday School, 10 a. m.; i material can mean tin in- .:that ,we have a big meetIng hour day. I.do not know what 4
Morning Worship, il a. in. kind of factory he works ,in,
in! Worship' 11 a. m. Surlay m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting l.cre se4)flQ) to J? 1 bushels, per for strawberry grow- -
E\r an diStft tervfceS, 7:30 p. but he likes his job.: ,
Evening' Service 7:45 p. m. fsSd p.. in. Saturday ache ,if L Ihne isneeaed.. A soil ers to discuss the 'impOrtance -
: ,
-
; : More .
m. requests for -
p.nm. Prayer Meeting Friday, Youth "Service, 7:30 p. zi.- sample will" certainly tejlyou fcf putting up a good pack: my prayer _
,- "Coine. letL! reason toher.t : 1book. I,'still, have;plenty. I
7:45 p.fl1 "T' DaVId \ MctShee. pastor.- if there .isa .need io age for the consumer; We
.
-,
_-' 10.. J "" --_'K.IpiyIi -.. ,__....-.... ..o..A g fertilizer prft- plan taiiave representatives By for now. God bless you
i Change your
ii4 i41 1rP' I ," tJi'1 of of our chain store produce every one. .
SOUT Ill.I. u ; : one -
OF I
SIDE CHURCH
-< -
'
will) Mother Lura
They II
; FEED ,GRAIN SPECIAL'A.pOintedjout1b departments.
r' t* HadtfST i J- I
; Ve there'lead discussion for us. .on -
.. J' 1 .
I i mhiBiin 301, I
aTe V number dfdnr far: 1m' .just: how produce must be .
Sunday BitleL. .Classes 10 a., C\LL rim BIDs -. .e .
.' wtto fere participating handled to meet the con-. The Hoard of County Corn- -
-
.1'.1'm..; AsseSBIy "Wofsfclp" IfeitI mIssioners of Bradford Count.
.
.. e Isordv 'Supper, 11 a.- nt;; in the >Feed""Grain' .Progrsm.tfuthlnk' Burner. demand.. Florida will receive sealed bid -.
.
-' -a* -. : This th etfngas"proposedby I 19:00 b'clock. o1hu.mornjngL ...
thfe .
; Vros18111fcts .T--
: *
EveniB& Aeiably Worsfep,, ofMau-h, t. 1963 1n the court- _
r I G.ROCtY'' f&r MARKET 6:30: TLiL ** .: *\ .ftf. i int':
'nalrlle North bCft$l Lmii-tJ. S. s bIW Wednesday. -:. Bible 'Cia ,..,you. "shOd1d' come into -County' Chamber of of Commerce following Painting:: And Patching The t-r _
Interest co
in the f
;
*t:30 Lybtir ASCS Cftice td. discuss Following:
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OJ? it IS! u.! l Mf. .t" f !!f.1 .- ; .. .-: 'his'- program ,inti then sign operating with the our best producl grower;,;, a.1..COURTROOM Staining and varnishing all: -
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f-it' feoocUto to help put ,
ut> sounds ; you. windows.b. "
LAUREL MISSIONARY Mrs. Mary Ella Watterson bit the. market. The meet m Varnishing all woodwork :; the nobility of Washtegtoft'scharslcter ,

lOc 1 -:-S-P-E tA" We B.4.PTISTCHURCH has attended a recent Feed will b6 held probably'th< c... Applying- :3! coats of Snpe: and the depth of his d8voj

: : Rev. D.-E. Wiui!. Pastor Grain :..meting in Palatka 'second 'week in March. Publicity .

Sunday School and Worship ani-is ready 4- -discuss this 'will be giten so thai 1 tion to duty and Country sri an

Potted Meat I 2 to 4 p. m. Sunday: : program 'with you. -all growers Will :have an opportunity 1 -

C Tuesday Prayer Meeting-.: PLAN PECAN PROGRAM to 'attend. Thi ever-inspiring example ;;

JAY HInD 7:30: p. m. .. 4 the deal applie; ,
also
--- ---- -- -The buyers on pecan packaging J
of Vla. t='I "
: ." Saturday Chufcn i Y=. : : fA absmcmce ;
Vienna tell .
Sausag'ePork ffiarfcet last year could :like beans, cucumbers -6t666cto
to
& Beat : 7:30p.n.() -. .:-*.. t .1Pt\> ....... rfrom .Ihe weight of the ped.hs crops, 'pepperi. sweet corn,, 'andany Birthday, est bank w& cc5 t&sst&IANKIOF JbusrMss

.4 bft\dA.\i how wfeTTthe grove had 22FLORIDA
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tirof'ou' spring
1Spagh1f' ..beenmanaged.. Good,
Black yeTeas h1 J Ht1tcttI pecangrQve.mvmanatemeht
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IN TOMATO sAucE CAN Morning' Worship, 11a.. mTrainirtg .

... Union, ft30; p, mEventtlg .

PAYLESS .S1E; tT. _. .S&rtrtofe,-1.7.30 .-0. itt
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11 I I BEEF LIVER- PrayeF Ifeettng '\V i fi8 I r rI I
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BUCK'S FOR Lit tilL 3 LBS., $ | 00 : I tor. II I II ,; OJ:Ti : -U- ____. : ., _" .

I THI FIOWOA' NATIONAL GROMEMI1R\
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Ol w JIT INSURANCE fcOM.
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Wherein have mixed at the -very 'b st. 'Lt us_make -
!IIJ, i' it 49c School 6tyrday, we
a1hiatii ts ;every 'day"'count. ior good. STARKE
show d BUSINESS
DIRECTORY
9::30() a.m. Morning Worshinp, ,,4'" :
hdJ word
SMALL FRESdP : : oress, and bake -cake, %nd I was grieved 1iey: !

-' ,:11: ..l c. bury? Bioipassicg dn. to read of one | my* pupil's twoti 1r4r f
SPARE RIBS -Ib : : : 4bP : : .
I son Road arltf Griffis Loop. ..E.I The Father of our Country tragic passing. My heart almost j I II I r -. -- --_._- ---- T _

Kf 0 11. .. 9 Marley, pastor. Phone 8&!- loved- two things; CHi stopped when 't re a'a- 1 'AUTO BODY SHOP A tfr : I bout Lorene Fields. I was I T ) B.
r I32i *41 oft $ flrit Jeva feds the nationi 't.L-.fj;, I .. -1 1" WrigittI

hAt I' or 'WI.IJ. SIIiF.-.N 6T: SliltED I I BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH :The he leiood rhlliieli.ldv build the, I farm*he Hill glad took one of care my bf boys her.at I know Clay .V .. I ?IN&AIRI HEkvlCEI

SI\9KIJ\ M99thi1bs! f.-' 1 -1 :35cKO Re r. R. I Wibiims,9PAitir ::1 wisfel l} llM |t. : that 'Westberry 'Gr' fis is a I .Mack's Body Shop.10D1 DodjTs Sfcrvlcfe & I STATION

; Ichool lo'a.1' k. Ana bothlutre better for 'hw wonderful young man and *;
Sunday ; Corapletk Auto S tTlcct
JNTrtY-KlST: t ; t 4 FENDER REPAIRS ft; .
: M mortician. & .
j MsaMIink.t t t I I ;i'
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Morning Worship U A. m.: : SaksKamWer Tire* BaUtrfw-Accessorlci
PEAS V,GORfofc for . 29c I Evening worship ,"p. fe. Prly.er tfliil'4 heigh ol's1' gf ew tobacco We" had two funerals this COLLISION 8ERVICEPalntln'f J
wheat week- ,Both were elderjy' men. i I I SaW I4thrktion i .::.. W.nblnj
meeting Wednesday 7 m. co, grew & Sen Ice
JM DAfiDY p. I Don his a big- carbuncle on .. -
I He planned his acres; wisely. Matchink 642 Madison 859-2801

I GRITS or MEAL. 5.Ibs. . 25c HIGHLAND m jJntethtre s; ,.., -, '.tI his neck, and was not. able togo PftUE' ESTIMATES GENERAL REPAIIUNQInterI' .

I .. ,. with me to, pick up the .
I rj ... .., ; BAPTISTTCHtRCHSunday .For*he bellcred in these diversities Phone 169.24152S33'L1p1e. :
"'; aUonal Lifetime
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... body of the 83-year-old
ROYAL" +4 : I man. -
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a.c- r AUTOTIIES
j aWk: School, 9:43 a. Hehad rule' to richen hot So I got Vic our helper at itIim SUtk Mufflers
m. : a
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., 'GR ICE '5,Ibs. 59c 7:30 tn.-Prayer r 'Meeting each t'
ai. to a hospital and got.his body. ,- S.FIRESTONg* I I 'Si&rke Recap
: t' > Wit & I Wednesday: 7:30 p-m.!' h i He Dawned a coat of arms his It :
"Food-Order We :AUTO PARTS TiresBatftrW/ .. .. Co.Mfi.
s-4. -. family's own. :: got-back at two and Ken -j.-" Ateessories I f L _

BAKERQB.p:8Jb8.[ ;* v v.59c_ ,FIRST PRESBrrERIAN He:added stars and stripes td I I was here to help me embalm. .. 528 B. Walnut- I Pappy... nr.1t: .
I I 964-3881 d'4
't. 4tJJIti': K- this -dd: shield .'. Then Sunday; a 93-year-old- ,. i Recapping f6it irs t '7nies

I 24 KITCHEN CI1OEGRAPE.JELLY 1 *.Thk'i And sheaves. tot'wheat gold as I.a i man passed away 12 miles Stark Motor :I Slf DAT 4EV1tE.R
S9. N. therry St. 1 I from here in the next town. I !,
f- ." ,11anest'field,-- J I
;; I Sanday.Sundayr&Iol 9:45: 1' 1ii1 I .Edwards TH128: AT feAVWOS
; So he could wear the loves his i I $0now both are' bflried. I Parts Co., Inc.NAPA. .
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JUST 2'9' :L m.Morning.Worship 11 a.m.l I I late 4' :
; am writing this. The funeral
heart had ) Sf ,
2 Li* \VITA MOD.I I is ; \ \ l Youth Fellowship;8 p. m.ThursdayaCfcoir .. -- -known.*Helen Virdert I I yesterday was here in: four Len cirke,6"Service./f- ___ / Phone' tfftU

AJI14I i! T I ,I ,. .,Practke- 8 Today is .IWashl .gthn'I: our chapel. So after they were I r.bb r For --- "! .SiwthFAHM Si ike
p.m. all gone. I mopped i the I ...
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i I Friday Junior Choir and chapel, which has rubbber I r Oor. Bromlee b Clark r
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PET MILK t3ll '.duu' ..a9 Q i.Recreation 3SOp. m..,. ......1I bl'ijur memory
-. j the I I ... Phone 961-8811
RkI. :UnCO1Ii'4birtfl older part where there is j
F A B 5c OFF .. 25cl49c
: << I FIRST CHRISTIAN
and This '
carpet dusted. mom-I I
$% j. _- .-J---r- i'. f1htfibote1 pbenf iihr : 617 N. Temple Stirte
S 'ki e f CHURCH ton. 14| ing I washed,up all the dirty AUTO REPAIRS '
DELTA Ig ., honv jef Washinf &
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g1tles. S. :
i 537 W.. CaB .st. i fc-elli \otf iisj-tb,lat* heroes I Gulf -
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1.1i. ''BaH tt. Mir 4- ..ULWMttiBAMl kiM e us1 by Lksl >week. I make myself"three Gilbert S. Brown I -, "Chasteen
: : 99c Earl's .,
j i their lives. We not real- Garage _
Cor. W. Call & Christian may cott n slips and 1'piflkfott v
. ... : Standard Ofl ServIce Station!! SEEDS FEEDS
jnaking '
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GA. RED .I i ehol/:45 4. :11k. fe* &,$$ 3n Are : : < d Swiss t &I.Mc4' .AIL.E
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Church Worship 10:45 a. m. history. So how we act and \1> OF ATLAS, FERTILIZERSInsecticides
more 1tit3S tba11eifl3e
TOMATOES,- 8 cans $1.00, 'I Chi Rho 5:30: p.. m. Choir ,treat others haW much good : AUTO EZPAHt WORK TIRES & BATTERIES :. Cratoa A Plaafa

NO.1' '; I practice, 6:30: p. m.'CYF, 7 p. we'do in-this:world. is historyIn reaSy for hot da)' ofliimmer.WnbopeeT ., A'I lJ'IWort' oiiai, nteed :Budget Terms Road Service .'
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''--', .... '- m.. Prayer- Meeting. 730() p. :the making. So watch our .Time Is passing Phone .

POTATOES ,- 10 Ibs! . 29c I m. Wednesday. Minister: every move and word. Tim Swifuy.i; I .'>..... -_.s.r ';;,4Tri.thee -li3-2S Phone .964-7071 iQlPann Supply Store

___ .. ___ Bob L. BadgetU iiflMii'andlitils' short; CQCO..uwr I .., T&Init 8tab 407 -Temple;StarJet !.1 Co '. iefh'&'Ebirt7St.rki
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Firs paceMrs.:
:: I Dance at K.. H. S-, February : V 4'S.V>-. : < :
; .. ; :,: S ieic: ':Jr.. ands Mrs. Albert
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yyyyyyvv yyvyvy1yTyyTyyyyyyyyyyyyyvyyTyyy1jEYSTON ; \ Mrs. 'Kate. ,Ferreli V'L. V in Aspires Second place. Miss

PARTY AT WINGATE'S L Bradford. County, Hospital, ?Rutherford and Mrs.Walter' .
I Bessie
!: The Training Union Class \ ; A of"hhVWomen'of ,:1
meeting
special '
HIGHLIGHTS i
J.: Grx>pck; and tied
I of the First Baptist Churchwas CALENDAR \
the TrithtyEpis.-
V l \lice i! for. third place, :Mrs. W. H.
; entertained at the: hon Ig '-S' r a.t.hhIlqIt'.I"1 copal Church washeldFriday. : Marie Dent.
;) K. Schaeffer Ii ; i Davie and } rs.
By f -
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Iry of Mr. and R. J. .> Wingate.., oh V V; I "' AA.A AA.. ; Mrs. R. P.' H11ls. president i Ketchum and
Mrs. Alice
tLAAAAAAAAAAAALAA1IALV&AIAAAAAAE1AA444AA&A4A44JJNTERESTING Brooklyn 'Bay Circle, fiat.. Feb.; 22 ", 'introduced '. j
-.- Thursday l \ and Mrs. H. T: the steak-i Mrs'George. Phelps.
p > urday night Feb., 1 10.;Most, i t. Duplicate Bridge,, 10 ajn. of Norl lk, Va. err iris. Ralph Atkinson ot
PTA, erator,. while ,models incjuilAn the dhorseb4 f : SCHOOL !fEWSi
guesjts present FQ y Woman's Cuuj, j guests of Col. G. Fede'a1The program
MEETING :. ,4j. ,Hm ? V Schaeffer riding: There followed MelroseDemonstra- I : H' was followed by a tea. i ,.
The February P'rApieetthg Ru1y1n Smith, Barbara ; 1 under the direction of Dr.
a hamburger.4rxB..by tiMLClub 2p.m.,. Melrose 4 The Melrose 'ch pteiof
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,. : : of
I ; : Yermillion Kip -
toras held Thursday: nigfct,. Drake Dianne BrokajMar- V Der Hovhannissian, presented -
: t.he Later- .
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ll\ke. everyone hpuse.Keystone
cU& Ten l spent Alachua County Hoine: Dem-
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iFeb. 15. in the school cafeV.Jorium gaj: t PJiter,. lUsplA apd Viola inside .the house jo : Friday : t their, spring music program -
gathereoj .pranch Library onstration
: and Mrs. E. L. Fer-> Club will' meet
with Charlie Tolfpr4"presiding. Ri ught, and Mary Anne'ssmall ; V Monday morning and
; participate i in. a few .games cnenJ-7 "' V
pjnt., ; Feb. 22 at the club house at
It was announced sister; Martha Jane. under the supervision of Mrs, "St.'s :, I evening. The theme of the
'V Cub! Scout Den 2, l and' :Mrs. H. C. John- 2 pjn. The club project will
that Mrs. Mary K/Schaef-i Parents we;e invited .into Wjngate, whQ wft assisted I f1nq : parish house, 3:45: Atlanta Ga. the i be the making of lamps. presentation was "The Two
ler would be chairma of ,Uw I : spent America ," and consisted of
the home economics depstrt- by .Mrs. .!J. R. Smith. There 1 PJfl.A: '-1<'V > with'Mrs.:V 'Johnson's. Visitors and new, members. 1 ?
nominating committee' for ment aftejj the meeting to for the winners folk songs and dances of
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were prices : .CJarden, Club of fee Lakes 1 1j and sister are welcome to attend. The

officers for next year], This1. i & the jQ.new: ; .equipment.Refreshments 'Guests. a .tiiis .P PPi ..atfair. -?j 1:30> 'P-m-t.. qIadyce Bach- l\Ir\ W. O. Preston. Social Hour will b in chargeof !1, both North and South
should not be a difficult 1 job, 'America. The chorus the
:. were served wer% Ray WJAga, Jack,I. inann ,.home,, : arid Danny Jordeiij; Mrs. Carra Grin r. I
for the committee as the'presl:1ent's and the ropm count. was won WingateA Ruby Lane Smitli DeAJolays meet 7:30: p'.no., City spent"Saturday V 'Winners of' th'e' Melros :; grammar V "school, and high

: office willjbe 'tak-wfio by the first grade. Linda: Beck, Lhoda Og1esby:|l1 4asonic.Hl.. ) Mr. and. Mrs E. P. Duplicate Bridge Club were. DJJtJnpe4<;: on next page)
en by Max Mooneyham, : ; '
: BIRTHDAY DINNERW Garry Bliss, Leola. ,Rid ught.<1. j omnjunityChurch! / : choir,. I : '
will step up from vi.. /pr|sl- praatfce,. 1.*30 : \ J '. -.. -.
S : C. Bryon was honor Marian Beasley Ro4n 2 p.m. Ruby Dyal of Gaihes- of : *.
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dent. Bill fcij
Baker th :
wilj ? at V Paul Viola Ridaught, Caroi.5 FfyayHFbruary...; 3Wpmen I Miss of
guest a delayed birthday V V Peggy Dyal I
r new vice president: Offices is
V to be filled will be dinner on' Sunday Feb. 18, Wolfe Jim Smith Mike JLqvcrn qolfr's .Assn'!%: 10 I'' : Pat Gloyer of'Gaines- YourJIaiik AlwaysQpgiig)
,
secretary chai at his home on ,Garden Roberta Sibley Tim a.m-% .Keystqne! Country' Club. f ) i! Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
treasurer clinic" !
and Street. His 'wife had planned Magnus and ErnI .Williams- Rqtary Club, )?:.15 npo.n. ;! t of Bartow all at; '

man. It was agreed that the lovelY, turkey dinner party Toward the end of the .evening *-, Masonic hall. V i 'a barbecue at thsx t \4

money'should be now used in the to purchase..treasury, ,"_for, him the previous Sup- Rev. 4. ,R. Smith drop- keystone Branch Library, l : !1 of Mr. and Mrs. Jack I i 4 .
ped in to hello, 3-' p.m. ; "V V '
'playground equipment. 3Yj but .unfortunately} he say tg everyone. pEgn ;I | I
I !as'' in.. Guests included Col.,4.nd r'Cub Scout monthly pack ? i| Linda Joyce Roth-'! It t 1 J 3
Mrs. ."was.in
I Nancy Hendry. 'Mrs. Ralph 4. Stevens,:j PARTY FOR MARTHA meejigg. .7:3.Q: pjn., Community ] I |'\ : ..celebrated her 7th I 1 1 .
charge of the
first portion' {
of the entertainmen|" Jr., of Melrose: Mr. and Mrs. I Martha Jane Scbeff r.j Church.St. I with a party at the I I I I
.yhich Edward E. Rinehart: Lt. Col. daughter of' Mr. and 'Mrs. William's Altar Society i I ;! of her parents, Mr. and

\ was turing a seasonal the 1st program and fear Jldgra.jes. and, Mrs. Pavid A. Nelson; I George M. Schaeffer, enter-, befj. Bridge, 1 p.m., homeof I[ ;j Glynn Rothhammer, I V

1st Mrs. Alma Frost;; Mrs. Leo I tained at home on Saturday, Mrs., Emery. Cooper.: j i'I !! !' V '
The 'V'
gra4$ boys i V JA
did a patriotic number,.( and Oakey, a winter visitor from I Feb. 17, that.: day being her Saturday Feb. 24 I!; V Mrs. Oscar Rober- V VV ,
Newton. Mass; Mrs. J. A. third birthday. She received Keystone Branch Library. 1 r : i j'I nt the weekend with KV I I
the girls sang a Valentine. I '
open 10 a.m. to 2, p m- 1 ; ;i, Ad II I
Mrs.
The 2nd Thomgu&t; Mrs. Rut!} Ohl- many lovely gifts which ; i ? Rober-
song '
choral reading graders gavea the son; Mrs William Zander a i were opened for: all to see. I Boys and, girls, sponsoredby i, !

Ugly Duckling. Betlj qn: Jack- guest' of Mrs. Thornquist I Margie Young, Terry Bennett Woman's Club to collect ( : |I I Florence, Jackson of'

the and Mrs. Ohlson, from Minn- and Donna Sullivan for Heart Fund 'spent Saturday t

son Scales was the reader Ugly and Duckling Cincjy, I esota; :Mrs W. J. Grennan won prizes for dexterity in Girls A and B' teams. play ) 'I Mr. and Mrs. ,R. .M. tf

while the rest of the.. children I 1 and Axel Malmgren. pinning the tail oh the donkey. basketball in Melrose I :;, | V : f '

portrayed various, animal ._Coming later in the eve- There were other games Sunday, Feb. 25 : !i : I Cross father of Seriai ,i(

I characters and san'g the I ning to enjoy ice-cream and hats balloons a cake with St. William 12 Church choir : ; E. Cross, i$' recupera-: i i. when: ?! ydii', ".5I I ,
candles and other refresh- I practice, noon.! i : 1 at home after 'recent
f birthday: cake were Mr. -and : \ i
songs. :
;
isjt :Baptist!; Young Pep- BANK BY MAIL
Alachua General i .
ments. in
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Mrs. Mabel Hills' home ec- Arthur Branard, who are i I
of. Alma Frost.t Mrs. Schaeffer assisted pie's. Choir practice 6:30: I I '-;#" V : ..'\ '
'onomics department'prpvid guests Mrs. Vas 1
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S l ed the second: portion of the The Branards are from Er- in caring for the quests PP"1Community V I < ; and Mis.: Dalton San \ i
I II Church Pioneers use our' Barik-By-Mail service. Your "teller's win
S 'l program, a fashion.: shoW; winna Pa. by her elder daughter, ,Mary i of Palatka. spent Sim- '
6 educational
meet !
Ann. p.m. oob with Mr. and dow" is the nearest mail box-r-onen all day and
with the girls niQdeJj.ng'r' PARTY I
FOR VISITOR
r dresses they had matte", bothin On Tueusday morning, Feb. Party guests included: Joey i,I Community building. Church Young I: : C. A. Ford. : I night for- your! convenience. I. V .

class and as a hoine. proj 13, Mrs. John Bird entertained Whitehead Mrs. Helen | People- meet, 7 p.m., edu'cational -: I Jackie Stinson of : You save thne. You sa ve steps. Ypu open your account -

ect. I with a breakfast par- Whitehead Mrs. Margaret building. ,. I : j spent the week- i !! make deposits, withdraw funds, have in.

......-Diana- Hills, -was the modINSUItANCE'V i,I ty. for her house, guest, Master! Gaboardi and Teresa and ,;Monday, Feb., 26_ V t 5 V I : I Mrs. Gus Cieen. i i tejrest t credited 4\\\\ by mail.
t Sgt. Endora Gallant WAG Katie Gaboardi, all from Executive Board of Community I I' U. Ashley, aviation

I who was leaving the following Melrose; ,Mrs. Carol Sullivan Church Women I I mate, 4Ui; ;S. !f Interested?'Just write to us (or drop in). We'll send

< Auto.FireCaualtyBonds day. Party guests were and her daughter Donna 9:30 a.m., educational build-, I: son of Mr. and Mrs:j I i you( tjif necessary' forms all ready for you to fill
and Allied' Lines Mrs. Birds friends and neighbors Linne Sullivan from.,. Jack:? I Ashley graduated from
<< j V out" together with a few simple instructions that
ing.Children's V ;
sonville; and the rest of the Art 'Class, DotNewman's i Aviation M chin1st'j I
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Reynolds Insurance VALENTINE; ROYALTY V guests' from Keystone 3:30 p.m. V f School at the Naval. I r. r everything't' ...as.. V easy. as ABC.

Agency : Rodney Paul and: Carol Heights including Mrs. Deji 3 Cub, Scouts 3:45: i I I Training Cen-'

V W. L. ReynoldsPh. Wolf both members of Thomas Prevost, Sheri Pre-, St. Anne's ,Parish House. 1. II L : in Memphis Tenn., : \THE K KEYSTONE STATE BANK V V

2442 3701 the Freshman Class -. were tpst Mrs. Albertine. Reid, Joy Club.of Children's' 1. ,

S Keystone Height, fla.' ro":leKini.{ and" ,Queen!: at! Margie, Young-'''' Terry*' Ben- Bible Mission for grades I..S. i 1 : and Mrs. Bill Anderson'I : MEMBER F.D.I.C. V
V nett Davld MrS: Mar'orIeFgwftV
theV F. H.A.. Valentine ; Fewi1 Hope Baptist Church, The- I'V 1" : Mesa Calif spent' A Friendly Uank In A Friendly
Community
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Adult Instructions, St. i :

Ir\, BUSINESS I DIRECTORYAPPLIANCE William's 8 pm. ATTENTION I IJ
CAP Cadets, Skytel, 7:30:
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DEALER ]1 INSURANCE[ REAL ESTATE '
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Club business meeting .at \.. 4
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t Murrhee Insurance James H. Den. 7:30: p.m. l', 3 0 V VV '-v V. .>
Adult Art Class Dot, New-
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; ; FHIGIDA1RE Agency McEachernRegistered :man's 8 pii.Dead1.iz ; ,, CLAY ELECTRIC oRAnvE1''

General Insurance Real Estate Broker for! news for ,
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Sales and Service Fire Casualty Bonds LOTS Acreage UUSJNES& tb.\i wJu.pw.; ci tU7,

I Allied Lines J Honest, Personal Attention Tuesday, Feb. 27: I. MEMBERS VI I Ij.

....y eornan'Electric j Keystone Heights, 2731 Given Every Inquiry To Buy Mass at St. William's V S

I I'.' ---r Or Sell church ';.:45 am. V I "* ... <" ( f.tI' ,
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Service 1 GAS-BOTTLED Cor. LiUteview Boul, & Cub Scouts Den -I, 3:45: I :

V Jasmine Ave. Keystone; ,Heights, Sf.. Anne's Parish House. ; AA1 mmmm
Gas Co. MEETING
Keystone
:Melrose GR 5-2871. P. O.. 163, Tel.. .4106 Clay County library, open I
24 HOUR SERVICE 3-7 p.mv : I 1
1- PHONE 4351 Bible Club, home of Mrs.! 1

AUTO SERVICE Franchised Distributor of S. E. McKay, RealtorSenior Fred Dodd after school. THURSDAY, fMCEC( 22,' 1962

V SAF-GAS. Member Grades 1-5. i j : .
j Society Residential Appraisers .Boy Scouts meet, 7:30: p.m.i i ,

Baker Enterprises I'LUMBERSanIebrydo 1,I Live oak SlJalle-$3.6O-Tt'r) Community Church educa-!I I 0 '1 KEYSTONE, \ HEIGHTS' ..V, ,
I Well Wcoded Tracts ,/ J -
-Available" Baker. Pro}),: I lienal bqUding. j i j X i f V
'Auto Uepalrs 21 Hr. Service! I $20 down-lO mo. '* 36 mos. Masonic Lodge Meeting!!, V V

Bait ;.- Shell CSas: & Oil S Lumber Co. IW i,Membership on V Private Park I, 3 ..B-m., Masqnic Hall.. i; RATES CAN- AND SHOULD. BE REDUCED! :

Avuilaltlo 24 Ilrs. .._ Specialize in Custom; I 1 I i With Wide Beach I Wednesday! Feb. 28: j _

Portable Ett''tric'eldi I V Cut Extra Lengths j'II'; Keystone Heights. _Pfe., \ 3011 Clay County Librarian in I ...f -V .. >
2 Mi. So. on Rt 100Keystone I Materials > 1 Keystone Library from 10 I 'V '
I Your V9te Will Be A / !
IIdlPhts1656 I Cement Mortar MixSh.eet Winifred fi.jnl: till 4 'p.m.; Library open Deciding ;
till 7 ;; : '
-- Rock p.m. *. > ; r u Ji; ff
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Mill,!! oa'Iljw ?1 at Mlddleburr! ,,, ,CRAWFORD j Beginners :Bib Club home'I Factor On This Important IssueS :

FLOlClSt } i S .'Phonfc BIT 2-5272 i I I Reg. Real Estate.Broker? 'cf: Jane Reynolds. 3::30 pjn.V
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--t Lake Properties ? Acr.eage ] Pfe-school children.V ,

MILLWORK Ranches, Business City.j I I Bowling for Men's Night ',; V3tV .d
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Edna Williams Homes -V Rentals | Owl League, 7 pjn... Bowlero ; V

FLORIST-NURSERY Keystone !"We Take A Personal Interest in Gainesville.t V VOTE FOR

FLOWERS Millwork Shop :! In Your Requirements t *; Apne's Junior Choir : V
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,Midway: Keystone Heightsi' Practice 7:30'pm.. '
For Afl Occasion
CABINETS:
DOORS I'
'Melrose: i I St; Anne's.: Senior ,Choir ANTHONY BAKER :
Melrose Phone: OR 5-2331 WINDOW FRAMES U.
S Practice, 8 pjn.Cottage .
r llhvay 21-Opea<< Sundays j I ;
SCREENS ]I Prayer Meeting. .
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INSURANCE Materials I,I Community Church Rectory TRUSTEE DISTRICT V NO., '1 V
Sash. Made To Order [. 7:3o'pjn.. ,
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Keystone Heights TeL 428 REsTAURANr March :
Thursday, 1: V
\n Insurance PlanIf I -.;I 1 Duplicate Bridge Club,i
Savtaga
I PACKAGE STOREShaughuessy's Meet Your Fries.1S IS A VOTE FOR REDUCED$ RATES

You Live It's a Savingj! S at. i 10 am. Woman's' Club. ..
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V Cub Sc L1tT Den 2, 3:45.
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V If You Die It's Insurance|!' ',. '.::!': Lawrence's Dinette St.' Anne's! Parish House. : V it J'. ,, -, ,J s.t. i.ff; (. .i.

ASK YOUR GULF "MAN PACKAGE STORE. i COLD BEER GOOD FOOD : Library Open from 3 till 7 J the
I VV Bring aflddIorV6 i Bay
jOPEN $ A. M.-1X P. M. DAILYq..oSJD Family :
L. R. Br u1V !! .SUNDAYS Open 11 a.m.t9p.m. I P-m. ,,,\., .
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Mon. thru
Keystone lights. Tel 4558-4151!,, S.yton" Melrose: Highway, j I %())osed Sundayn SaturdayI 1 DeMolays HallCommunity meet" 7:30.' ,pjn.Masonic1 .. V i, it'j's" : .;,, :- '*,.. ,TOf .,- ,, '. .
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.. ;Hiway. ,21-Keystone HeighUIWELL : V ; .
INSURANCE Fine-Fafkage: Store .t Bar I Chirch: Choir ; V V

; t.' : V. Kt, l&O: So1thESTATE !i DRILLING' .i I'Frctice7:30'V 1 1 ENTERTAINMENT r" fsi.; :! FBEE1 V

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V.Geo. E. La Rue' ,-REAL.. f$ t:. 1 ..WELL DRILLING V .:- .

Your Localr 1 I C.. J. 'ee O'ConnorRE.LTOK !, PUIPS"SERM3CB' '. "VS S Cuflqugti witt.: ,V :an4t pens De- jy TfirMORNING PINMJI V .DOOR

TRAVELERSINSURANCEt -
v. MAtHEWSWelhDrilling I DUPLICATE WINNERS V .

V REAL STATEMORTGAGES : t' Duplicate Bridge winners SERVED V PRIZES

Keystone !Heights* ; -, APPRAISALS i 1 for Frida :::eyeoingFeb.. 16, .. .. .
TELEPHONE 4j692 r Keystone Heights. Phone 4297 MELROSE GR 5-5101 ]1 were as follows: Mrs.Alice V V :! VV- VV ;It. V : V V
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I i' YY.9TTT rector, and the others in-' cational building x>f; the.! set tiP their tent pn their'! recently: .sp alLja>':week with f" '. J,Gainesville has returned. lage re.Recelt <.'-i".L' -VV,.. L

vclved are hard at work to Community Church. All Den! ain slle_at .Crystal!! 'Like :-"oh ; Mr. and" 'Mrs.:.H.: Lv; 'Morgan; '" nome .itt i" spending the visjtors at the :
KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS
I make this an enjoyable eve- r meetings are: in\the >Ep iscb-'i Friday.} Feb;. iiBr ior. ..a.iwp-. 'C.nd. ; .;aniily.. 'on' Lake i! :'Gft: ND1N" 'w c'kend;; "in i Gr d J1'as thf V Herring "home were .Mrs. Ir- \ WiLLiAM'!'

1 I I I&i ning. Mrs. Carl Herring,j pal Parish' House.BLUEN1UIOLD.. V V day t rilp- ut... Five pe.tl013'i ; 'Oereyi.!' :The Morgan then ,,. ...,. h. ... .t.It.. ..... .* 'ga'e.st 6! ner, aunt, "ir! ::1. F. yin Barnes and daughter, .

t p Mrs. Frank Oods y, 'and i iiSsi t ire' .represented nd: eichl: .; rOthks;:; ; '! J I:. iJi.* ,. Herring, and graiwlmoUier! !> Nbrmi, 'and" granddaughter,: .
RtfctceA
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Brantley |
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&i '1 I,Emma Kate Mansfield, the f BANQUET' ,. : ,, ed._ to'eajti Jjqbts ..oriiUch : rWe, .are.,sorry _to. 'heir;; that, : !.fr?. Calile Rye.rJJhnPieatt Pamela, of Jacksonville. JEWELRYWATCIIKSD1AMOXD8
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'V V L1OIflPYeCeefl1fg V Page] : teachers .in charge chose The Cub :SCout! Blue' and j things W 1 lilting :Tu Wi; -B- Dawson3s. "s .... .-j,I .' ,il"' 'A i !I ( ; of Flbrahome Mr. and' Mrs. John Grout
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I 1 the '.cast which includes\ Gold, Banquet ; 'a,.- covered' : tents arid bd&k1 pl ill" i: V :, f >tiSs :GJaflys' THlis and her! las been. released from Put ore at home again &fter a-: 1tEIAIRS .

Ketchum and Mrs. Helen George Leath, Billy i Carries. ; dish supper'-- for; ,.the 'CIIband The ..boys, are gelling ready V -MrsT. f:;, ) KxaI 'et-- J WtherMrs.; ." Luia ,i i4 nam Memorial Hospital at visit in Ja ksonviUe.I>
I Tills
Phelps won top honors. Mr. Alec Livingston, Chuck Par- their 'families.. Lwlll beheld t for rampar; .which will rca JiiversicU' Hospital in ,of Heights. ala ka and 1s Mrs. Margaret Stuart is' V

a"hd .Mrs. J. A. Williams were I dee, Barbara Drake, Nancy t on. Friday jevjfenUig, ,. Feb.' {.In April; :.at., ..Interiachenka : -Ii Jacfcohvilife 'dri J&ndkjr" 5 ""for j!I'frere!fejth. .! calling J Ceystone'. .on Mrs-. Rosa meely. improving improving after being cOnfine All Work Guaranteed

second high, while Albert.Bachmahn j i Sutton Marguerita Float, ,, 23, at 6:30: in the Community > events for the* Camporee further obseryatlpn.! .W j!. t> .*tgundiy, V .afternoon.: 1! V Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Pelle-V $, to" her home for !several i A. C, WifliaiaJ

and Mr. Barbed :j: and Mary Ann Schaeffer. Of Church educational build %ere supervised' by John, Al-I vim iO''hap y to see Hazel iitowntowri i .. ': ILi" pieased weeks with 'flu, but Mrs. Wel- 142 W. .Cafl St.
t s are to.have grim anfi 'children of Miami
'.were third high. The Duplicate -i f the of the fen 'Juhior Assistant \ ( again after herj :", p'-
course. name play ing. ; Scout-j ;
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; II Mr ye-jbackjon,,the .job .as hive 'returned to their home dn Brantley is not recovering Starke,
Bridge Club meets ;I is "Her Kissin' Cousin." WOMAVS: CLUB NOTES. master.. -. i J la.tVVVlsit'tO'the nospitaK, W |I as qufckly as would :be --, '
[ jpostmasler after
absence
ng.,. after spending several
Sayswith I'f
every Friday evening at the I IWoman's Luncheon tab fix her 'up.J
NEWS Camp-out I hop will
CUB SCOUT The February The was under e trip -
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101 weeks ifiLness. .
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V i .seyerai Mrs. mother.Mrs. -
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Club at 7:30: p.m.i; 1 Last wee, we announcedthat Meeting of theV man's the supervision bIter '.6 !)t1tmIlS.' jll ;her; 'fiiendV' &- .aixi f 'she \' j jI' I V -"J''' '" "! L. ':i.u -

I Why hot give it'a whirl? Club of K rston Rights B l'ryv1 II isistant M.A-j: has r-3idperihe: ; will :' I. A.OV: Hinson, at her I
many
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Mrs. Majelene: Wyman > -Jim GoodI !i, '. It
I BENEFIT > !!' I' bfr; and Mrs: home irr .Grandin.Mrs. .- i
DESSERT
will be held Tuesday I Scoutmaster Mike'Redfearn. soonbe: b .again.: i iI j ,
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was a Den Mother for Cub < uhteofOpaioc.I]I : ,
I BRIDGE. Sccut Pack 305. W'Were Feb. 27;; fct>i pan. -.:H..Stade} I ,Charles King was 1 1Camping' I .Albert, Ba lunaniu; : i IL ,_ recuperating : I| son ka.." a.nd. t !guests } 'CliarJeyerre BrIntl yaM ;
are hpuse qf
., Mrs.
I f Adams
1rhe Benefit Dessert Bridge of Starke 'will the': : at home from eye:! Mary_ visited -
j misinformed. That should be "speaker. .Judge"COMMUNITY and Mrs.Tit.,B.;Sikes'at th r'l.1 Mr -. -Annie Slkes .
i at Doctors -
Pirty for St. William's Altar CHURCH s: rgeiy.-* ( '
have been Mrs. Helen War-
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i V 'homein 'Grandin.'tl '
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Hopita! VI Sunday
Society will be held Friday, len. The other den mothersare The 'Keystone Heights NOTES Mrs.. Arthur, Ryan is the V
Those attending the bandI
Fiib. 23, at 1 p.m.. at the Ii : Mrs. Mary Brokas, Woman's Club .is responsible i The 'Men's Club Supper i guest' of Mr-.. and Mrs. 'HerI -I I at .HighSchcoi ., afterhiSon.,
concert: jMelrose. .
hme( % of Mrs. Emery Cooper I mother for Den 2;' Mrs. for making the Annual : will iafi, .held oh ':Monday: : fevenirfg -::I b it- Nelson and family.. Mrs ,'Moiiday; fht jere put of toKn ..people V who NATURAL .

.at Lake Geneva. There will I Stella ElmoreK mother, for Heart Fund Collection this i, Feb. 26', afMVpmi: I itn,_ Wha &froica Chi- Mr./an ; Mrs:.B ,J. Alderman Stjfoded fu i;er detyices"". ..for

bfe: a prize for each table, I Den .3; and Mrs. Warren for year inr. -Keystone. ,H ights.:I with Circle! ..a ,scrying,,. the' i o "L.: "$ elson' ,m' th:: : and, $i. -and :MiB) :E.r'S.. fiss iidry.Herring f *ere Mr.

and a door prize. Phone 2671 Den 1. Assistants will be Mrs. J.-o. Hap.30i1.; club president -I ;neaL'Mrs. .:. John ,.Karges: ; Sis i _erHaving: :_. ttom a ver; j! Bra nt1ey'.' 'The: 'Bfarijley cliildrea V an4 Mrs. Sidney itopdy, 'of

or 3501 for }'''Ur' reservation. I Mrs. Betty Lambert for Mrs. is in charge.. On ..Saturday Circle .5Leader.3Th program : .olwindy. ... "' -'..;'" :xiir" -MrsRyan, ,. ., : were' *f eaiuied in the JacksonvUle.. : 11r1s Clough

Donations will be $1. Warren; .Mrs. Hilda Dey for Feb. 24.boys and- girls i will,.be furnished"by'i -tee I:i"lJ:,S \ : ;in th$; Keystone concerV.. i' V ;, of Jacksbniine, and' Janice Dependable -- Economical V

DATE SET-FOR PLAY I Mrs. Elmore; and Mrs, Lu- will fee down, town )lh... Keystone Young f eppie .of he':-Church t !It. rweather.\ ; j I i The first : rattlesnake of 4 Meefes of Douglas? Ga.

V The date for''the class play i! clue Davie for Mrs. Brokas.I ,to collect from' Satur-I under; 'itiv direction..of. _Richard I I".MissyiAnni: IMcCulioughww : I the; ..preTSprUig: season was Mr. and ;if 's. Feftria and PHONE 964.1301 NIGHT btil.2411V

of the Junior Class of Keystone -I Cub Scout meeting dates nay shoppers, Please. .be Cushman. V hostess'at.a4iriner'par: ; il4V jUonday. afternoon. by sons of Mibsrotte, W. Va. CITY :0F STARK GAS UTILITIES DEPT.

Heights has been set : are as follows: Den 1, Tuesday r ady. .VV The,. Executive. Board of 1 jyon.. ..KSunday..FelJ." 18.' Th| 25., W. "Branley| ,< .' ., I are' living in, -the Sikes cot- .. ,

LOT Saturiay: April 6, theplay | at 3:45: p.m.; Den 2, BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT -the.Church.. Wom n will party :was, "at- V.the- Garden Ms. -Rhoda.-Perry of Mel- i ... t. : V -'
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will be given for the i Thursday, at 3:45: p.m.: and _- .Mr. and Mw: Pnns.] De- meeton .Monday, ;,Feb" 26/at ,, tstaurii4, In Statai ,, 'anA nose and .Rebecca. Brantley Ii ----- -----
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children matinee I Witt of Keystone Heights are J:30 a.m. V: S'the.pccaiioi i i4is'McCulrlough's I .
V school .at [ Den 3, Monday. at 3:45: p.m. .:were' calling, on Mrs. B. J. !
,.performance and for the .IOn the fourth,. Friday ,of the: happy over 'the.birth :of their The World Day of Prayer: .'tkfeflf y.riHer: gue-tl.jsceje" : Aldefman.and' ,MrS,. Rosa : Complete/ Photographic Service

general public"oh the follow- I month, the entire Pack will .third child, :a boy.' born in will .be'on;;: Friday,' March" .9.t Mr, arid: ,*: s- GeorgBcfiaejK& Brantley Tuesday V afternoon. .. .

ing evening. The cast, the di- I meet at 7:30: p.m.. in the ed-' Bradford County Hospitalon This.year. :the.service l iill'be: V&' \ ,ltthree'<. chiLdreft. ,- M1.;:Annie '.F, Sikes_ eitq-} : V'V --' : .
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V SHOP-Af'lYWHER J 7 boy will be :'named Bretti -. Church. at .7:30: pin, .This Film BULLINGTON :
I : I mST, .flAi5' :'clitjic \:r on .Monday, :.motnmg with aIlcrioasl Cards I
CADETS MAKETOUR will be a Union Service, "and
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: -ii. Cadet both Lineiv fend womea. Jajre Lock"Diamond
FOR NEW OR USEP On SundayFeb' ) : t .. )[ ..Barbara'vHeiidng., .ofFrtyel "Feature
1 First Lt. Mikft/Ftjster'/Ca.d.t. invited.fhecoibmittee jnieludes j 'i.s l l ;:. :R 1 I Jewelry I

Then Come See Us1L4V Master Sgt.: David. < : hrI ..- l Mis. J. R, Smtt i. Ill's. t P 1&nd,: jt fftf 'UWj :" etmY red.Vt3 Bibles; Studio and Gift Shop
I fer, Cadet Sgt. ,Rodney Paul 1 Alex Brokas_ and Mrs. Da V
.. } -j flVa, ChUEC4I, V 6 i i'ist.V, VII a.. ,1C1IURCH .l.. Tape Rec td n edtflngV
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';/ MATCH DEAL I Cadet Sgt. Carneyand vId At Nelson.Reservations V I ) S Td jSch ot. ::48 II : Sets
ANY Starke Florida
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Annual Phonograph ,
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I i f Cadet Basic ,Charei} Jamffe for .the ivmTMbrnihiVdrship;, ,. 10; ''I
: in the CAP ..tu i to Tea to be .held on 'TRtP
went .
7:00 J'AL
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UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET j! Jacksonville to the ,Atlantic Marcht15 may be made' with m..fcinlnk' :itrvJeea 8:60m. : : ; :. SIFLKOSEio : Diamond Saving Stamps with Every Purchase

i Coast Line_ building, where Mrs. M ttS chroeder ..by tod invited shaE i "or" V -
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\ Your Authorized Dealer j i they boarded a :bus; for Hill- al11l1(. 42l7, cir,. .with Mr|. *f'- -"*- 1'f'---, tifne witn ia-J 'i d1! '- '.. ,m bhurcaB V : ; V : 'VL ,
t ti
215 .S. .E. FIRST V GAINESVILLE j lard to- see the ..Federal ;Avij John C. :Bird,bY calling 39$!. .... tiI. 41:15.: kjn.Aiortui: : : UlJieiliU .

-- V r V v-. -- j ation Agency's: V Jacksonville: Please :rm hke.,r'O rV reserylticns -i V ,CMMUN1TT; 4t.CHURCHKEtSTOXE V Prayer1., arfd Seriiroh' IFirst .
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: 'I Air Route'Traffic. Control as/InaivlduaX/ or In ; : HEIGHTS Sunday,; "Hoiy Q .nmllriu t; i.I

HornVV i Center. The boys, all. memi groups of.,fourv .. ;liL Epc: p !.tbU t Cluirch.H.oly '- oliVrl r. ,: ; :' jmd. ; !

Thrifty improvements i bers of the Keystone' Heights .FIRST .jBAPTISTTbf CJIURCII ....:.br.C...)iot(C)! Mmiat r. me.n._ VV V V "*"

Start'Here .' ;; Wing of the CAP, toured 'the ; 1rtI pt t.: C u h J I Ma.. >"tk'ori: 4 rtj : ano1"8. Of'.. .pirs -- Jl, i. m.. H l1commum L t TO.

\ 'I' center facilities,. and enjoyed Sunday ',Schbgl "\Junior ..Departi&ent -t tanuJjMrectr. V n. V .
Dlio."SUnd" .. 'The Rev., 'tee W. Heator
,, lunch. in the .cafeteria ; 'held'pi Valentine l r.uth. V
i there. The _Jacksonville? Center Party' t in the \
I controls 160,000 square' building on Friday V evening', V 'Y fii 'l1 a. ;.,,...........:..... ............ _-........__: ....,:._ : :__ _u___ _.'..L '-- ____ ..::. _,____________ __ ______..__ _
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j 7,700 miles'ot low. alti- th?, .Superinte, deht-Jpf ,the 1 pioneers. ,,. ]6 p. m.. '. :

| .tiide. airways, 'and 4,350 .miles department. Teachers jtteJerihTngi i, 1 l; ij gH AREA
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
1 of high altitude jet routes. r 'i'l1e1..li d "Own-- !, '81'; 1"-NE"S I'ISCOrA"

: j It is one of 30 such facilities; bey, Mrs. Ted Oglesvy and ,CHURCH 'fcETSTONEi n I

j in the United States. Miss'. oioriJi Smith. i 9:30 ni Church I'Il II:=' : I ', C.: .,.. ;. i ,. = .- II
j PARTY FQR LAURIE On' Thursday, Feb. 22, .the '. Sundays- : A m.: Mdrnirgi.jrayvr.'ind i[ 111.,. ::_ -2. .. T' V : :_ : l-V VVVV VS : -V-V ._:-_ ....:,..XL.-. i _-_V _
(School. 9:3GV.: a.
WE, CARRY EVERYTHING FOR INDOOR !I Miss Laune Beam, daughter Women's Missionary Union I Sermon V. (lit Suijtfay !AUTO. BRAKES} ; AUTO SALES & SERVICE GAtlDEN. SUPPLIES SEViNU')11c) iNES
VV -of Mr. and Mrs. Bill will hold a d1hlVtnch' :
AND OUT. OOrt FIXUP.. j I covered ,; :Holy :Communion i l.: 6 >. : -
!i Beam, entertained Hwelye of ; ohS after .their meeting, 'KL.Eplscopil l \ und CbucI '. -
A. B. G. Fihance' I her little ..fr ,ends..at, a..picnic .'\\"I.lch"\\'tll.begm) at' 10.- *, I j'm11: Hull* f .Braki_ Supply VOLKSWAGEN ,II' Johnson & Faris, I Sewing Machine

luncheon party at her home at the home of Mrs- A. A.: .-BRAKE. SPECIALISTS!? Inc.Complete :
DtY51:30 Holy Service Co.
: a. m,
-.Holy !'
I ; f .Sales -. Service -- FartiI V
I (..In Lake Geneva...on Satur- Bamford on Lake Geneva. CQmmurtlon. : L F'?!: Every. :Car1.or, TrupkJTwfiliif Line of \

< I day, Feb. 1 T.. .Th guests arrived The' 3Pirst Baptist .Church g I, Third '-,WMnesday' ,: ; ,PajlwSupper ,I '; ,Grinding4 RellningVhUe i.f Miller-Brown Motors i i SEEDS -PLA.'ITS1 1 New Home. -PfaffSales WhiteXecrhl

Phone 964-5291 .:. ,at .Jl, a-pi.. an enjoyed will hold.. a World' : bay' Of ; E ned'hisl1. ,- 8:-pr; : OI \ YouVajt; ;'. ) Inc' V FERTILIZERS i iI -Service
4I 'I until it timeio Prayer Service at 7:30: phi.hi iilli i &Slain GainesvUleFB i Insecticides t& .
Complete I.ine'of Hardware games was : V 1 I PR 2-S5S -Pet Supplies I .
V"V I Repair On All Make*'
V eat. The occasion was cooperation .with all other I tP.VVVm.V I VV 2.. 829' I.r tlnitersity I I,'We Rent. Fertilizer. Spreaders': '
V : : V i030 Ave. 815 W. Univ. Ave.t Gaincsvlli.V .
Laurie's 7th birthday, which c h u r.c h 'e s in Keystone YfvYtv'WVTY "V'V1 V V : ... i Ej j: 224 N. W.. 8th Ave. I

Bradford Building Supply :|, c&me oh "Wednesday"! Valen Heights.4Ev$5 V ,.. I V I i oiJneSvt11 : FR 2-0176 : $701075SPORTING

I tine's Day... '.. ... .. FROM V :M'ELflPSE'V : 'Auto tiLAss I: ,. Gainesville. Pta I! o
BOY SCOUTS ENJOY St.; wiuitit'sV II I- I
: 301, E. Call Street a. .4 a ..l V I! B&M t io Co. GOODS
..,. I CAMPING ChOir Practice : continuesto \ V t&n'i '.: 's HI-FI STEREO !
M
I Thirty-three Boy.;' Scouts be.held at noon;every Sun \ Preceedmg. Page- .... r --, :! .. I icJiDfLLAC' ''i- "OLbSMOBILEr J. Thin Area's Mud Complete Ua.
'
,. '. Tunes i
&.-_ PC" -,.;. 'r -' \ V _J --- day. AU embers ,are; .urged Top
..... : to 'com and be on tithe, as t \o l m.1I parti Ite. 'Mtb .Glbj &3 IIILL3IAN I of Sporting Good at

I > fl : V ihe Chair 1 i must be..ready. for Proceeds_ from. ;jhe:' .pro rajnwill COMPLETE STOCK'CURVED!:1. 5VSales' an'd 'Service The Biggest) Little Record

.. : a number, of special rocea- ,
; 'i|
rdrlngh .deparjnnit. -'I, "GLASS,. FR 6.SU Hi-FI Stereo Component Dealer
!:lon$ in the near future. ,
St. '_ -_to.. I Windshield & boor Glass Pilot Harman Karden | HIS W. Uolver&ity Gaine vi*.
: William's i will hav a ,6 j! 1d
Members -of the ...MelrosefAnners'.of ; KLII Fairchild Garrardj
I IflglhtMp] ) Missiomon:: i April 29., luture America Replaced .In Any Make ;i DODGE Lu\NCEB I 811 W. Union Ave. Gainesville;

Next: month Marchthe' Chapter Jpbo. '1lttend (f .te V V .-c' i'r...'Tr ckI SIMCA i FR28 ROOFING
Altar Society Sunday I _
V' V
i We' Hindli. Safety aWl Sales. Parts Service I'
Fair 1as
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second Tampa, .Saturday?
.will be the Sunday ,
V. USED: CARS TOO I
OUTDOORS_ :while the Holy Name, Sunday .accnpajrLby') .their: spoV ,- V tH. S-2S5p; i. The Helzel Co.
includedj'P&i Poole-Gable Motors LADIES WEAKCherry's
Baldwin
will be the third Suh- orOscar' 1314 S, Main :'Gainesville, i, *

V day, .because. A lIol Name I kur;, Bob .}Qrd, -XYJ>y / i'i I14IS. E! J.9L Ave. Caine.nille: I ROOFING
!'I' i i 1 SHEET METAL
,V '_ V V__ _'_ for extra nighttime,living pleasure Breakfast Is Scheduled''fcir l iMcGuireDavid.' ; ? .: Eichaliderfer V FR. ?J343, i i.CAMERAS. ,
AIR
BilcV 'Lerdj ] CONDITIONING
.Hnley.
March after 'Mass,,'in .the ; ;r-AUTO'RADIATORS i
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418 .
No Job Too Or Too Small
.. Large
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V 'Jo'hraon-. M Beck, ChujkBuchannoh : I
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!jta i. ( Gainesville's Most PashlonablaMdres
Recreation)
t 302 S. R: 4th St. GainesvilleFR
. Conffrmatidh Vh ll bi 'held ; ;James' Pettier' .Butler's 'Radiator ., For Ladies '. 2-1491

.at'.St. William's on Sdw1taY.March ildward: Vatnes"; Walter .Wjl-I'' :; ,. ., DRESSES SUITSCOATS'
I ion feebrge I v"*6dey. JSnFord. I
\ ; SerVice'l' I
\ : : 24. This will 'be the ACCESSORIES

. :. first class' to idohflririedIn i ..::>It6rmy: Johnsonaid' iJot> ;' 'Modern: :C2t''re4 Iir Stockirs. Fuller's Foto, Inc. 105 W. University Gainesville SHOES

: I1flHL 't ..Phillip J Finjey'i f l' Truclis : _
St. WiHiimvs.: .We'will V :nep All! Cars, : n'OUJl CAMERA SHOP" I IVS '
: V -The.FHA. : .- girls, 'are rsellifag i i i|
'i. ,! at St. William's. >Ve .,wfll. National"TroUer' Rental Headquarters: For I 'V Bob's
L Shoe
; '- : Store
Vi -t i 'have .First Coihdiunioh 'clas copies, f.fF. >Tirfite. Recipfes. :. :519 V.St W.-Uth; .:AVJP. ,. Gainesville! ;. Cameras 4; .Photo Supplies ; MOVER ,
V ;of :An eman."Home ..Economics ,1.. V I Shoes for The Entire FanlnFORTUNE ,
f 2T V j .receiving In May ;too. '. '" 'FRS-C"- T, V.. Stamps ,
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ITeacher edi- A
Ij j:; Parisboners are: asked to. :: -. 'meat, :619 W, Univ. : Av*., Gainesville! FOR MEN
__ : is H- T 1>< I
'UiJH who -
'ir : for.t $3 Anypne V C1UKHI SF/f; Ft H WOMEN
; please Ihrn.jn tfieif census FR .O7I3t
I A I I'j I'; :iniere"Uetj: ,.ji ::asked .to. o fi- SERVICE1VAtUNT ; Gainesville ENTMVLLL FOB cfelLbREN
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\ 4 sheetsBrjng..them': ; .td: thtireh1f6f '' I 1.4.UTO'St\LES i V __-j -i, _-____.; '
1 _\ ;. I thethI' : tact'tKe:. : J : : I I In Bats_ Millineiy-Accei3ori
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: Sunday. r !
jind
:
; ; BaIeth1P girls COMMERCIAL 'MayJ! ;
dr6p "in V collectionor t Jt1ikV gave t .; fltP1RILcua8h1: werLOCALND 21 W. University, Oainesvilla
them the ;
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-4' t I '4 \ give, : -them 'to- the i urprise '.party. 'Wed' l sdar.; I4t1fO13kV : >-, F h: 1L4riO i 1 '_ ." .. S f ...
\ :* ::r.Mrs.: .Harry t t.AiithOriied LONG
V .; I ji.fternooit: or ,
c. '
I' Usher.i. ; : alw. -".Parts .j*.jI' ; \ ACUI4LEANII1S'All
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V acisoa. She' "was. prespnted'i Refrigeration usrA" i MOVlKG
; : $4t 'There".will i'St.. Augustine I : .
: : ; bf" '
- '1 Deanery Meeting ;',of -the 'i: SeiiA til. :handbag.Ithe- j.!, 'V's'T T Service.'Mbf,' I .Storage And.,Crating keatf'VacuuIii,,

:- w\rl'; CL m ." t;;: &;)ist4flzs played1a l :< Service Co V atheiU 'tR .55224MUSIC V ''If .1C: Needs RepairsIn

March. . 1ht1ierIand: Conference t urn L- VV --. ; t tSaleT'.. : t'AtrtAuUnlzed
- ., : ...:,/':' \, .x : : r-t 'ft'.:.... 'and make your: reservations i I.; cr.. t rcJ r1iUat, V V V
L'thiitaiid
:. ""': """" '" : ;:" .;h { }, : CkmYns' V' : l!oet; Al-S8.It w is ,. SUPPLIES lstrtbcrl
withMrs: Lena: "by < AIT.V
,, :! --$. :j t : t; ,J V a.cffwe, gamfe until //tar ; 'il'-m.. .. : .V:: I. V ,coniiti.ninV -
V 7
m ,. .,,,,,":d'f.: Calilng' V .. I Kitby
.. ''.,'' '': < 't.t' \ lt .f.... .f..,,',:.:' : ., ',:. 5501.. ..... fD 1ecf. Vt ,I '204 aifl&TlftVI i if !riiItVairC(1ce! -Pd ken I' ,.
". :.b:( :,,''; ''Oc.,. ".." ', ,} ..::.. .:f., :,"'A\,:.. <. ( 'Stiawn-: {out witiy 7 : \aiff. ,
: : ,<, t3. '.>.<":>',<:' <.> .: '.:.J,,,,R'.',,"':,,,..:. 't.", }J!::;l;, ,....:.:':..,,1"'t,':$>i"' :i'" : The. .Altar Society met t minute 'Jeft::of the .ianre.f U if.fcari S15 N. ; Bold' And, e TiceA A ytimOalheirflle l &' Service
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f : V V .. :; : :''I ..,.:.. :.", .:.... ..{...<",:.,"':+,.; ..... .t,1j >>''' i Monday night Pebi 19. ,in< Jimmy towns was high I V FR 2-8393 ]LiHan'&MusicStore1ni4lieir"_ : I I6G 12 1 S. W. let Gatawtilfofir
E6-3t0G
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ftd : !
_ ): 'Si.1 .". the retreation hall. The VV
'::'/: scorer for "the nisht with V a. Eet. Fa ,G 1iH V ,;'u,
ladies picked put t material: total of 20 p ints. V V : . .. : ... '
Suddenly your Jirubb y, flowers ni& and romantic encKani mt... >ra<9 i 'I "
j jO
for net altar cl,ths from a
_ lrte !"bloom'-4t uittt. Your house 'new eveomi glamor to your 1aYtlffte The girls basketball 'team 'LiOLN MERCURY. i tRE V :'SlhccV1iV i,
RODUCTS ,
V ; ( .. catalog, and measured the also participating in thi 1 j'SVEIiDINOUniversal .V
_ *iii fardm take on a dramntic excjting beauty spota.And electric poet-Ate ; I I
altars for the correct size.! cOMr!; -. PUT MtTCOR; KiAuvmviNT it- 11 ISVVt i- -
appearance.Outdoor electric lihta'your driveway or door entrance w3 : tournaments beat" BronsoaFrl f fSerric INSIST THAT ALL TOUR

ing lift your home out of the a&'snuy beam it friendly ka to fu' ta..'ul PERSONALS. fty' : night. but lost to : Autb rizM sitta -' .CONCRETE PRODUCTS .CAJLSV V I Ii1OBD II Weld&g
and lets you, enJoy a*hd&he*tahje dic rae mWderi. tj Rer* arid Mrs. J; R. Smith -ttflar Key Saturday night; V ARE THE BEST FROM :PIM .\'itORGA.'Vs I

olafter-d.vkactii es.YouH actually You can select from buy type* were in Thbmasville.r Oan: placing thep second In ,the i Partifraiaed V I IV oIroXNs$1S4Z7$ $; I r .Comi1yE'ip !

Bake your patio or yard into another! of smart new inexpensive outdoor last week. attending the fu- RiTBriancr --orference. I yerhini ,-.0... :: Edwards Building ,!1ituJ.. ;_;.n.m.. '. ._ Bh !t .1 .cofifif4'...M eel P brka.
won.Cocbufts jpl outdoor lighting fixtures at your 4ctxiiI ler&l of a good friend. I i 11w.'I265.jaIfl4S44 'f-- t lion: Stn-1 Repair -... Truck
V j I'. stt ii''among Supply .Mb1c .
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I : Irg&t night become nal fun. Outdoor tractor's tt favorite, tora.1 Ja _. .. Larry. Used! van' Bodies TraUt+
: i ; s
'. lihting provi& in'tootional impact lighting equipment.timeless g t.-. and Mrs. Ernest the AH-Conlerene Team, + VI .1 aeti

) Campbell of Maonogahela, cfcdseh by thi, ira, toaches. ,'i I fly Motor* V< a1neffl11e. & ,. :fflV4921I SPECIAL DESIGNOrnamental '

-. 0p -- Pa. visited Miss .Anna Me- I The boys and girl* teami,J. l-N.1Wj, ., ,:inisv' t','l''j-- J 112 I 8. E. First; -G1tJUrille, ..19 S. Main Iron Gainesville Work

qull Ugh at White ether, will 'play at IJw.BuUfer. Tri- ELECTRIC
&IOTOK8.- (
i. ihiwl.l Be & Mk 1M f. I 674:1)YR3.rEjYS
n an 0 j f.I ,
: Crt last week. The Camp -nfgh 'ss&& :.hlII3' are V .V.V.V; : V. ,
., .. .... REI u.pm 1Itl1 lUT' V day
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row-- bells were enroute tb. St. i t tI !' .
1 -uur RI HTII Ir : scheduled to play at Keystone Crane Motor Go. Electric Motor 'I l POWER SAWS .

frI" I't.e&wlipi. Petersburg for their annual; | Heights SaturaT1nL.: I '. !
'1M.bJmwa _. from IhrubberJ 10 vacation- Miss McCulloush' Is : LAKE AXGLIA -- :, Repair Go. '. V

1 i.wc r &0. p a"- M"' k former resident of Mononi ; moo ST.CFDHCSt- I I 18NGUsB'r eI -' V V V' Or GAINESVILLE me.I I 1HOCULLOCU Jack and JillOpn

i ahela. I ciS I kthii'Aut1or1LedV I'B SZ -\"OL\'oj: !
cthzramCTRIcMOmE! CHAIN SAWS Till ?:C4 On FridayiA

_. -Ifk h.itldJ ihi fJ L V I : Mrs. Alonzo' Downing of!!I !Ur. EecStS: f W. ..Griffltn.tendays .': Sates i. Eerrire I N *-USED,- SALE3 Complete Un bfFarm

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Zt: ,. .: VI the like Geneva Trailer : "t"a 1i$ AllMike 5WICEFloridaSaw
AND SERVICE -NeedleworkN.U.aa
< I hff\ CHEAPO root k., .....tL .. SALES: '
Court has been at V
a patient .
I mill pWEIt III' IT CIV"MITncjwM School .;g a. a: : ', *' '> 1lbiltorpf Co Free Instruction*
V V V S S S Jut l'" 'i1ml V V the. Metiical Centersin I ,.Worfililp.lJjim.viJYft : I Ij jos.E. 'UniT T 3ty Are.V N ew Lincoln..Moton" FR ..1411 Toys Giatef BelliRobbie -
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tialnesvlli V
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) TWELVE 8Jl..mronD COUNTY TELEG& PI ., STABKE, mamA THURSDAY, FEB. 22, 1m
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rYYTYTTYTYTYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYVVYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYV night by outscoring the'fTTTTTTTYTTfTTTTTTTTVy'STA1 .been filed against you in the the West half of said Southeast Company is the good faith purchaser By: Marian L Crosby, D C.i f of T. Frank Landrum deceased
: Richardson High Wolves 59- above named Court wherein the quarter of Southeast Quarter and holder in due courseof 2-15 4t 3-8 Holhs V. Knight,
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Plaintiff seeks to foreclose a run thence Xorth :2 degrees 05 said mortgage and the Prom- Starke, Florida.
44. The: Tigers took an early FARM mortgage given: by. you to minutes West a distance of 420 issory Xote secured thereby. You !. The County Ja lg**. Court Of Attorney for Administratrix.
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY lead in the game, and were J Southern StitesConstruction feet, run thenceforth 89 degrees are required to file your answeror Urad.furdOIl.fT, Florida. 1-25 4t 2-15
. and Supply Corporation dated East and parallel to the South other defenses if any, in the In RE: Estate of T. Frank --
Y never given up. [By Mrs 'E. F. Mayton] April 23, 1960! and .recorded in boundary of said Section 9, a Office of the Clerk of the Cir- Landrum. Deceased.; CALL FOR BIDS
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[By Elizabeth GIVftll] Willie [Caughtwrightl Official Records, Book 11, page distance of 105 feet; run thence cuit Court in and for Bradford NOTICE TO CREDITORS The Board of County Commissioners
'421 of the public records of South 2 degrees 05 minutes East, County, Florida, on or before
. . . . . the AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaMr. All persons having claims or of Bradford County
Banks leading for I
& &&A& A&&A A& & & & & & _.._ scorer Bradford County; Florida covering a distance of 420 feet to the the 19th day of March 1962 and. Florida will receive sealed bids
------- -- ----------------- demands cgainst the estate ofT I
title "Lord. Give Me the Tigers collected 22 points and Mrs. Charles A. the following described South boundary of said Section at the same time, serve a copy Frank Land rum, deceased.I at 10:00 o'clock, OR the morn-
SCHOOL NEWS property situated in Bradford 9; run thence South 89 degrees of the same upon Clayton, are hereby notified and requiredto ing of March 6, 1962, in the
I Strength." 'with Levi Dexter close behind Weimer announce the arrivalof County, Florida, to-wit: West along said South line a Arnow Duncan & Johnston 226 file their claims in the officeof courtroom, in the courthouse
,'.Thurston in ,the' news: A presentation of $30.05 a piling up 16. a granddaughter. Shelly A parcel of land in the East' distance of 105 feet to point of South :Main Street, Gainesville. the County Judge of Brad- for the following:
took! This is lal ahead but half of the West half of Southeast beginning excepting therefromany Florida Attorneys for the ford County Florida, in the One Electric Typewriter with
box and a basket of grocerieswas The Tigers exhibited very Renee Youngblood, on Feb. Quarter of Southeast Quar- portion lying within the Plaintiff herein and, upon failure County Court House at Starke, 21 inch carriage and Merit Pica
do remember Saturday made by Mrs. Mitchell. fine handling skill to the 6. The new arrival is the ter, Section 9, Township 6 South, right of way of. a county graded to do so, a Decree Pro Con- Florida, within eight calendar Type.
'March' 17 a picture entitled"A delighted home crowd. Range 22 East Bradford County. road, fesso will be entered' against months from the date of the The Board offers for trade in
It. was a complete surpriseand daughter of the Weimer's Florida, containing one acre, which said mortgage was assigned you. first publication of this notice, one Royal Electric Typewriter,
;, Desk for Billy" will be Rev. Burgmon was very Seniors who saw action for son-in-law and daughter, more or less a-nd being more to Pioneer Finance Company Witness my hand and official'I or the same will become void which may be seen in the
Shown at Thurston Elementary the last time as RJE Tigers particularly described as fol- a Florida Corporation, by seal at Starke, Bradford County according to law. This January Clerk's office in the co"rthouse
( grateful. Mr. and Mrs. Michael lows: For a point. of beginning, Assignment dated April 23, 1960 Florida, this 10 day of 10, 1962. The Board Reserves the rightto
School at 7:30: pjn. After the evening service were Willie Banks Levi Dex- Youngblood, of Jacksonville.Mr. commence on the South bound- and recorded in Official Records February 1962. First Publication reject any and all bids.
Please. be present '- Mrs. S. ter, and John Solomon.The ary of said Section 9 at a point Book 11 page 425 of the public (SEAL JanuarY 25.!! 1962.s (SEAL)
the Lord's, Supper was ad- anad Mrs. John M. 105 feet Easterly' of the South- records of Bradford County, Charles A. Darby, Clerk ofCircuit ( ) SHIRLEY LAXDRUMAdministratrix Charles A. Darby, Clerk
C. Price teacher.
; ministered by Rev. Burgmon Tigerettes were down- Kelly of Gainesville, and Rev.C. west corner jof the East half of Florida. That, Pioneer Finance Court of the Estate %.15 2t 3.!!

:CLUB, NEWS before departing for home. ed by the Richardson High A Crosby of Bayless High

f The. Fiesta Club will meet Allen Chapel Church Rev.L. Wolverettes by a score of 29- way Baptist Church were

.Saturday, Feb.;, 24. at 8 pjn.in .. A. Sampson pastor, will 20. Betty Crum with 11 Sunday guests of Mr. and .

> Water Oak 'Club House. be host to'the second Quart- points, and Flora Bell Hud- Mrs. Oscar Crosby.

"AU. members are asked'to be erly Conference, with Rev. son, with 16 points, led the Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair is
J>resent. Any member who Jenkins Tigerettes in scoring. Ruby
Elder
W. P. Presiding visiting her mother Mrs. Y.
:tomes late'is .subject to aitne. presiding. Sunday School White and Constance William H. Clark in Moultrie Ga. '

New members have a will begin at 9:45: a.m. with are Seniors who have for several days. ; : .
:
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chance to Join until the Miss Fannie Bell Frazier in played their last game with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. McDon- "1 :
:-March meeting. New members .
the .
Tigerettes.Both '
" charge. Morning Worship ell and sons of Tampa spent \
are welcome. Hosts for 11 a.m. Evening Service 6 the boys and girls the weekend with the R. P.

:the meeting will be ).Ir. and i p. in. All members and teams will journey to Will- McLendon family.

.}..Irs: Clark. Gladys Blye friends are invited to attend. ston to participate in the Mr. and Mrs.. H. M. Rich- ;i*.* '.

reporter All boards are asked to Group 3, Class B Western arde were Sunday visitorsin
t
The Carnation Club will have written reports Sunday Division Tournament which' Jacksonville with Mr.. and

worship at Mt. Moriah Methodist night, along with the financial will be held Feb. 23-24 at Mrs. Lyle Buck m. They alsO a ;

Church at 11 ajn. on reports. Williston Vocational High attended the 90th birth- w>'k'

March 11. All members are Rev. Sampson asks all School. day party honoring Mr.

baked to be on time. -Mrs: members and officers to meetat HISTORY WEEK. I Richarde's aunt, Mrs. '''Ethe-

W. Brooks, president: Mrs. 3 p.m. Sunday at the Negro History Week was lind Sherman at the homeof }.:

*. Jenkins, reporter. church for a business meet- observed at RJE High last her son and daughter-in- yy...

OES ITEMS ing to make plans for the week with the theme "His-; law Mr. and Mrs. Frank ,

Past Matron Janie S. Spring Drive. tory of the Black Man." Dur- Sherman. e elmsN

Mitchell asks all members of MT. MORIAH METHODIST : ing the week students were Mr. and Mrs. C. IL James .

Dell Chapter 168 to meet at Church School at 9:30 a.m.I exposed to a wealth of know- and baby son were, Sunday r

her home Thursday to attend with Rev. Robert Dell in I ledge relative to contributions I guests of Rev and Mrs. E. F.

to business of vital im charge. Morning 'service, 11 I 1 made by the Negro in ltfa'ton and family.Mr. .

portance.-Lula Thomas, W. a.m. Evening Service, '6:30: American culture. and Mrs. H. O. ,Bates

.;M.: Rev.' D.; Dell, W. P. p.m. All members and friendsare Highlight of the week wasa tn spent the weekend hi

'CHURCH NEWS invited to visit in these i recorded speech made by Tallahassee visiting their

Mt. Nebo Baptist Church. services. Rev. L. McLen I T. M. Alexander who spokeon daughter. Barbara a studentat

*A. surprise appreciation pro- don. pastor: Harry Young this interesting subject. FSU. \

gram was sponsored by Mrs. lay reporter. i Mrs. Pauline Childs, the Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Cros- : :> r
. BETHEL FREE WILL sister of Mrs. Laura Whit- by were visitors in Jackson- :
'tfanie Mitchell and Mrs. Lila I '
,Alexander on Sunday Feb. BAPTISTAll more, left Saturday after ville Saturday and accom- II Ij I :

r.S; at Mt. Nebo Baptist activities begin 7:30: i I spending two. weeks here. panied Mrs. C. A. Crosby II I

;Church in honor. of the pastor pjn.. Monday,.Faithful ''Few; home from several days' stay II j

'! Rev. G. B. Burgmon.; will meet. Tuesday Senior: in Baptist Memorial Hospital. I

Choir practice. Wednesday, .y
:Taking ''part on the program -
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Prayer Meeting. Thursday .
" were Rev Grimmage.and of this notice, the fictitious I
. his congregation of Mt. Junior Choir practice andWoman's .e jae: of Econ-O-Wash, under
Home Mission. Friday which we are engaged in business .
Pisgah AME Church South'Starke Our Soil 0 Our Strength at 311 W :Madison St I .
Prayer Band meeting. i Starta Via< '
and ,Mr. ,and Mrs. x iA x 3 3y
I Sunday School 9:45: a.m. R. R and Cleo Andrews Rt. :
teo ,De Sue. Tribute was 1 Soil Conservation 1 Box 91. Brooker Fla.; Ervin x
by Mrs. 'Janie Blocker J I All members and friends are 1 j I: and Fay Andrews, Andrew, ;;' 9plOfIti
fade invited to attend all services.: N-E-W-S Drug; .Co.. Starve., Fla. I
1- Dated this 1st aay of Febru
Sunday at 11 a.m. the Junior -: ary, A. D. 1962 at Starke, I
Church service will be led I By Bill HMW Bradford, county; Florida You are,inside Shell's new all-weather laboratory at Wood River, Illinois Here, Shell scientists test Super Shell for top performance in bitter cold.
Y tbrji. by Mack Lee and John Solo 1 2it 2-22

mon. All youths asked to be A complete soil and water' In The Circuit- Court Ot

present and on" time.. Rev.! conservation farm plan wad Florida, Eighth J.diolsl
prepared for G. W. Rivers Circuit, la 'And For Bradford
Louis McKay pastor Mary
; County. IB 'CIa..f'f'rT.DI"ORCE .
McBride, reporter. whose. farm is located in the I ,
I I Graham area. Elva M. Scott Plaintiff, vs. L t

Sophie Singing Reed Service will be: sponsored Miss- While discussing his conservation Harold .R.NOTICETo Scott,. Defendant. :. .;:; ( -Tests in Shell's new "40 below" lab

by Mother Louise Wolfeat farm plan Mr. Rivers Harold P. Scott, 14017 :. .
3 Sunday Feb. 25 in remarked, "I had several bad Rosemont.; Detroit 23,- Michigan. ..,-, t"r .
p.m. You are hereby notified thata
the Reno Theatre. There is spots in my field but I hauled complaint for divorce has

no admission, but a love off- leaves and covered those are been required filed against to serve you,a and copy you of : :::: that Shell 9-ingredient blend.
ering will be asked. spots and now they are cov- your Answer or Pleading to the prove Super '
BASKETBALLThe ered with grass." ,He put his omplaint.on the plaintiff attorney
George H. Pierce, 203-
uke el yo4a'homo RJE Tigers won their foot upon,his tractor, pointedto 205 NorthTemple Avenue, .
his and said "I Starke, Florida and file the orIginal .
1 pasture
final home game 'Monday Answer .or' Pleading in
r have''my pastures fenced so I the office of the Clerk of the ;> ic can give top performance all winter
<
'J' can change my cows, that Circuit Court on or ,before the :
AMBULANCE SERVICE 24th day of February, 19&%. If'
gives 'the grass a chance to wou fail to do so, a Decree Pro : ..J.1 .: '.
PHONE 964-2600 grow. "Talking about control Confesso will be taken againstyou :, .
for the' relief. demanded .in .
DeWitt C. Jones grazing was out at Lonnie the complaint.
Funeral '
Home Harley's place the other day Done and ordered' at Starke, .:" SHELL'S winter blend includes speed the warm-up process. build up and stall your engine-and when
'DeWitt C. 'Jones Registered Funeral Director when he said "I have been Florida this 30 day ()January' SUPER
A. D., 19 6.%. for Pentane mix test A filled with Super Shell's anti-icer must do its job.
Starke, Fla. talking to several folks about (SEAL) .;. quick starts. ThevarmUTp : car,

RENTAL SERVICES putting cross fences in my Clerk Charles Circuit A Darby Coprt :for. fast\ warm And an anti-icer to Super Shell, stays in the lab overnight. Super Shell winter blend

Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches pasture and they say they Bradford County FloridaBy fight stalling. Here how they work zero. Next morning the
get better grazing when they Thomas Marian L.. Crosby D. C. help. Temperature: at all Shell stations today
& Pierce
have cross fences".. Control By: George 1[. 'Pierce '-and.. how Shell engineers test them for car is started and eased ,up to cruising
grazing is very important. hi l Attorney for Plaintiff You now know how three of Super Shell'snine
%.1 4t %.%2 .fop performance. speed. Suddenly 1 ,, the accelerator I is
GLASS That's Our Business pasture management B Y ingredients work. The other six are

"If It's Glass We Have It" holding the. cows on, smaller XOTICE OF NAMES OF *,, Shell 1 pushed halfway to the floor.
pastures until they graze the PERSONS!: APPEARS G TO "r. .,'I'.. -. How. Super helps you The without for power, extra mileage, a quiet engine,
CALL WRITE or VISIT BE OWNERS: OF car must respond smoothly,
'
grass down to about' three fast starts
FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S ABANDONED: PROPERTY .' get top performance. .
inches and then change themto Pursuant Section 13 of Chap sputtering.

another pasture will let I ter 717, Florida Statutes, entitled Butane is the quick-firing ingredient in
"Florida
GLASS CO.NOT Disposition ol 3. How Super Shell fights
the pastures product more is Unclaimed hereby Property Act notice today's Super Shell It can boil and turn .
given that the
person
better carburetor
and grazing.A
icing .
( INC.) listed below.appear to be the '-
complete soil and water, owners of abandoned property .'to vapor even on Ice. Butane ability to .
"Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co." Information concerning the amount '. The anti-icer In Super Shell coats vital
conservation farm plan was when cold I Shell .
or description of the \vaporize .helps Super
We Design Modern Store Fronts prepared for E. E. Wasdin on l property and the name and address carburetor parts with a protective film.This .
Just Mail Us A Pattern For his farm located in the. Bay. of the holder may be obtained start your car promptly all winter."Tliestarting .
by any persons possessing : f film helps guard the againstcritical
parts
Table Tops less Highway Church area!- an interest in the property _test: A car, niled' h
.
1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR2-4353 Eddy has been recovering by addressing an inquiry to Ray ice buildup, helps prevent icing
E. Green State Comptroller a!I Super Shell, soaks up ze---.Jegree cold for
from back trouble and he was Administrator, Abandoned Property stalls when
: they are most likely to occur.
having a late breakfast when Division Capitol. Talla 12 hours. It must then start promptly. L L
hassee,Florida. Be 5 H E
sure to men
Lab
I came up. We talked' about, tion account number name and Shell engineers run cold-starting tests on raiseThdto icing-test: temperature is

some conservation practices address, as published in'this 40 degrees and air moisture in-
notice. Unless proof of ownership
when Mrs. Wasdin remarked, is a''variety of cars. They insist that Super
71R'Lcw I presented to the holder
NeeuK "When I was a little girl 1 by April be delivered 17. 1962 to, the the propertywill Admin: Shell help I them all start promp y. creased. These conditions encourage carburetor -

can remember, I could see along istrator. Thereafter, all further. icing. \ I
way across the woods, claims must be directed to the .
now you can't see very fari Administrator.Ray, E.. Green. :2. How Super Shell speeds warm-aps REASON: Fuel evaporation lowers the temperature \ / d

because of"the good stand opine f 1-0101-0006'As Administrator Birmingham Private. Pentane mix is Super Shell's fast warm- inside your carburetor, freezing
"
< trees. Control burning Lloyd Company B 142XD Infant ingredient It easily helps the airborne moisture. That's how ice
and good woodland management ry Camp Blanding Florida; 1- up' ignites can .
!9101-0061 C 0 116TH F A BX
| practices are improving -
Purchaser Officers Mess Fund;
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woodlands each year. 1-0086-8220 Carter C J or M 11
Box 683 Starke Fla; 1-0101-0007
Rev. E: C. Harvey used the Childs Capt John S HQ CO
District 198RD Infantry Camp Blanding
cultapacker to plant "
Florida; 1-0101-0008 Decker Joe : : .' ....... : 't i.-S"-, ..., ,
12 acres of Argentine .Bahia. COO Blanding Cent Restaurant ; _
His farm is located .in the Starke Florida; 1-0101-0009 Fer- ,
uello G Starke Hotel Starke
Heilbronn Springs section. Florida: .1')1) I-0019 Frederick!;

CALL FOR BIDS Agnes 0101-0002 E. Kelly Lawtey John Florida L Camp; 1-

The Board of County Commissioners Standing Florida; 1-0101-0005 i Where To Get TODAY'
of Bradford County, Lagarias Thomas or Kruvand SUPERjfSHELLThe
ii iii ,I Florida will receive sealed bids Max Starke Florida; 101010013Lewis
at 10-00 o'clock on the morningof W G' 58TH Medical Battalion -
March 6,, 19(2 in the court Camp Blanding Florida;
room; in the Courthouse, for the I.QIOI- "Minikps S E Camp Gasoline, With. Nine Ingredients For Top Performance
following: Blinding Florida; t.OI')1.0084 : :,
{ ,{, 30 Venetian blinds to be, in. Sash Kenneth E 102ND Infantry .
stalled in :the
Courtroom Vp- APO 919 San Francisco, Cali
stalrs ball Jury Room. Photo- fornia; 1-0101-OflU Prultt W 0
*at Room and the Registrar's 31 Commerce Street Montgomery Tb' Mann's Shell Service .. .; Rivers Shell Station.
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Room. Alabama; 10101.0005 Quinn ...
.Material shall be composed of: Thomas Starke Florida: 1-0144' 1 Cor. :Madison & Church Starke Graham
I Plexalum Head Rail 6031 Reinertson Joe Box 731 > -
Flexalum Bottom Rail Starke' Fla; 1-0.101-0017 Shep-
i Flexalum Temp. AIumiQuoisla't. herd ,Finley Jay 17D Infantry -
L, ,PHONE '. j ,. Camp Blanding Florida; f Smith's Shell Service '. Stallings Truck Stop
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Flexalnm Plastic' Coated Ny .A"ti.A lon Tape. SUrke Florida:" 1-01)1-0019 ti,1 s : U. S. 301 Lawtey ; U. S. 301 Waldo ,, '

N. I .. .. .: ,..,,;;l .... : : > Tilt gears 'to be Solid. Brass I Wolff Lou Blanding Center 'i t ...,.- .. -".
WO 43101:4 .-. .,'. of Nylon. Starke'Florida r!"' .'
2-15 2-2
; The Board Reserves the Right 2t ; .
Buck's Prescott Service
.' to reject any and alt. bids. '- r I Grocery Station,;

.r (SEAL Charles) A. Darby' Clerk I* 'Tie ttremlt C. rt Of Florid, u. S. 301 (North) Starke ,,,,," Middleburg' ,./:
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Ctrevit, la .
JMIrUl
Cijhth
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Office and School I'M Jt J-28: And F.r Bradford C*.atr. ICkueery (( '-....
r Supplies .
4 ot NOTICE OF IJfTE TIOir TO Pioneer Finance Company, Bill Reddish Store '_;'.) r 1., r Bakers Shell Station_*,
'( REGISTER FICTITIOUS! NAME A Corporation Plaintiff vs Lula ..
Notice la hereby given that BeD Terrell Defendant. Heilbronn Springs Lake Geneva .' ,.. j: It'
the undersigned under the provisions NOTICE TO APPEAR . '
BRADFORD of Chapter 10.J5J. Law The State .Of Florida To: Lula -- *< s -
County TELEGRAPH of Florida Acts of 1941, will BeD Terrell. Route 2, Box <4J-A< J OHN A. TORODE Harley's Garage .. Prevatt's. Shell Stati'rihutor'
register with the Clerk of the Starke Florida .

-, Circuit ford County Court In Florida and for' Brad-upon You,sworn Are affidavit Hereby Notified i* to your thata Highway 16, (East) Starke ,__ E. Brownlee St. StarkePA.O _

l receipt of proof of publication ,residence: and a. Complaint han
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