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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 1, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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.: t .....* The first degree mun r der trial of Joe Reddish of! Sweat, and Columbia County, tiate overruled the lawyer.

; : ;,__ c : J JI Raif rd moved into its thj i ird day Thursday, after a, Sheriff Ralph Witt, both of however, stating the warrant !] :

seven-hour session Wedne;sday in which 11 state wit-i whom said they followed a to be "sufficient" for Croft I-ii 1

nesses were grilled by A.s sistant State's Attorney 1 trail of blood from the front to arrest Reddish. The judge i ( #

Mack Futch and ace defens se lawyer Sigsbee Scruggs of door back to Croft's body, further stated that insofaras .. t 1L I
I which was found beside his Reddish t. .
r Gainesville. knew at the time --
patrol car in the yard. the warrant was valid. i :t 'ui-
Tuesday's opening session i ford with a shotgun. He then _
i : Scruggs also tried to show Green, who .
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iI now lives in '
was devoted entirely to the I moved to have the entire 1 ; i. :,
that the latch from the front Macclenny testified '" .
lengthy process of picking a J Green incident stricken from I yesterday 4.. .
I door of the Reddish home had that it was the defendant who .
:t jury.Reddish the court record saying it was :' been forced off when Croft en- shot into his home on the .

is charged with the I irrelevant and immaterial to| tered the dwelling. But he was : night of May 22 but he had .; : 1',' ,"'.,,;. _
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the case due to the i ,,: ,
double
Jt
slaying of Union Coun- j questionable "
thwarted in that attempt by ; .1- .L.
rb validity of the | never signed an affidavit to L ::. _
ty Hal warrant.
Deputy Croft, 30, and
Crimnologist D. M. Dubowski !,i that effect. He also denied in
I .- # his companion, Randall Jack- J 1 When this line of argument i of the University of Ohio who''1: court that he ever told Rai _

son, 23, lastMay 23. The defendant -i failed, Scruggs turned to other i j testified that the latch was ,: ford Reddish that it was not : _:

I 4 ;: has entered a plea of I i i means of laYing the ground- !'I not, in his opinion, forced i., his son, Joe, who shot into _, .. _
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not guilty which includes also -i work to show Reddish J : .
murdered -i from the door. The missing his -
home _
with _
L : I ;, a 12 guage _
9 the plea of not guilty byreason I in self defense. Toward i, latch was found under a ;Ii pump shotgun.
of self-defense, and ''the end of the day, he ad- (
__ i couch next to the front door i
Green
testified
J ;tdL I Scruggs spent most' of Wednesday mitted that the defendant had i: the night after the slayings j jI i that he was _

tI -__ 1' h .; attempting to lay the shot the two men. but still I, by Florida Highway Patrolman j i i awakened by someone calling _
his
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jr m groundwork for that defense. i 1 maintained. he did so in self !I Paul Carter after Raiford I II name. Upon opening the
: i; front door of his home, he
With Reddish appearing : defense. Reddish, the defendant's father -'
I I said, he
r saw Joe Reddish. Before -
outwardly relaxed and calm in Apparently trying to show pointed it out to him. he '
sJ sJI the hot and jam-packed ,i i that Croft had forced his way I I Scruggs also attacked the he testified could: he saw say that anything Red-,

courtroom, Scruggs :went to into the Raiford Reddish i character and reputation for dish
: was going to fire the
work by first attacking the home where the shooting took I, violence of Croft, saying that j shotgun toward him. Green -
'. validity of the warrant on j: place, at the time of the murder he was hired by Union SherI j
*I said he just fell backwardsto S. L. Peek Jr., president, is pictured signing contract for
the defense attorney
Joe Reddish which Reddish was arrested on iff John Whitehead after being -
(center foreground) leaves Union County courthouse under heavy the charge of shooting into( brought out testimoney from forced to resign from the, the floor and Reddish shot construction of new Florida Bank building at Starke. Seatedat
his
over head.
I J guard.-Photo by George the home of Ira'Green of Rai-L Union County Deputy Albert Florida Highway Patrol in waited for 20 minutes.He said until he I' left is W. W. Caldwell, president of the construction com
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1961 after working for that he heard pany. Standing (l-r) are C. E. HerawaD, vice president and
Morrison.COUNTY a car start up, before -
organization since 1957. he ventured outside. I' cashier; Billy G. Epps, assistant cashier! ; and J. E. Tomlinson,

In attacking the validity of _. "U ___. oc.c.Ictnnt w_.__ .fintz.... 11. .AMComplete....
Shenff Whitehead, principal ,
the warrant signed by Sheriff
I BRADFORD investigator in the ,, I
TELEGRAPH case
} Whitehead, charging Reddish was questioned extensively b}; By Labor Day
f.lf.. shot into the home which Ira
both the state and the defense
Green was renting from Rai
in the three
ford Reddish, Scruggs claimed| separate Contract Signed MondayFor
times he
was put on the stand.
Official that no one was present to
County Publication Established In 1879
The sheriff
20 miles in
witness the charges against i iI t away H
Providence New Florida Bank
f when notified of
VOLUME
EIGHTY-THREE STARKE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1962 NUMBER THIRTY-FIVE I the defendant when the sher- the shooting
I said that when
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ill signed the affidavit.
i .. he arrived at the scene Croft The contract was signed,walls. There will be five drive-
Circuit
Judge John A. H. I i
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Land Sales f' : : "' Murphree, presiding magis- was dead and the wounded Monday for construction of the I in teller windows.
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l : : Jackson was being put into an new Florida Bank at Starke to [ This will be the fourth bank
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iC: ; ambulance. He said that Joe ibe erected on a site fronting on,,: built for the Florida group by

J Hit$155,600$ TV Newscast Reddish had also shot himself I Jefferson Street, between the I the Caldwell-Scott Company

() using Croit's .38 caliber First Baptist Church and the and its interior appointments
t pistol an; waS lying in the Starke Woman's Club. will be of equal quality with

; In Delays Trial doorway ;S his father's home. Theannouncement was made the new Florida bank in Jacksonville -

February He apparently sot the de- jointly by Edward Ball, coor- it was said.S. .

puv's piStc/i caUer he had shot dinator of the Florida National L. Peek Jr., president of

Bradford County land transactions Of Addison I-beth.men.---- Group of Banks, and W. W. the Florida Bank at Starke,

4 totaled $155,600 during ';': :.son led later that Caldwell, president of tbe ,Cald- has been assured by the general -

February, according to deeds morning in King! Memorial well-Scott Engineering and Con- contractor that local materials -

11 filed in the county clerk's office. A television newscast threw Hospital in T.ale Butler from struction Co. labor, and subcontractors

--_- __ _. ___;,_' __ J_ : a monkey wrench in the works his gunshot wounds. Reddishas Mr. Caldwell said that con will be used on the project -
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Only transactions of this week and resulted in a in a critical condition for struction of the new building whenever possible.The .
wore are listed here.$1,000 or Politicians "got the bird" las t Thursday when each was I postponement of a least two several days in Bradford County will begin about the middle of Florida Bank at Starke

1 p are figured from Price l Negro Woman handed an Iranean pheasant for release on State'Prison prop; Bradford Cagers months in the trial of DeWitt Hosoital before being moved -. :March and will be substantially was established here on March

lax document8.11'stanlps erty,at. Raiford. From left:, Sell Charley:E. Johns, Bep.' C.: Addison and Rudolph John'Pav-, : to the prison hospital at, completed by Labor Day. It 1,1937 and \ia-now starting "n
I affixed tlwdeeth.I las, will be a two story,building of its,25th -in the communi'-.
.on first "murder Raiford where he year
degree
was con-"
Principal sale of the month I II sSentencedn A. Roberts Lake Butler; Jounty Judge T. A. Yawn L. J. Edge Lake ButlerIn ,:
: charges irf'fiuval County-- Circuit .fined until the' trial.. fireproof, reinforced concrete
KW that of the Florida Theatre! Swami assistant prison warden; Union County Sheriff John and steel construction. The

on Call. Street 'in 'Starke, The I Liquor Case Whitehead, Bradford Commissioner Jerome Johns, Carl Roberts Close Contest,p The Court.continuance was granted Whitehead was lying testified"in the front thatReddish ,, facing ,will be black granite Lady Golfers

tlitatre was sold by. Martin and Lucian Conner, prison farm manager. by Judge Albert W. Graessle ,door in a pool of blood and L and selected gray brick, with

I Theatres of Florida, Inc., Columbus lola ,Littles, Reno Negress Bradforl's varsity ,cagers on the motion of Zach H. Douglas that there was also a trail of extensive use of glass in the

Theatre, Georgia, Barksdale' arrested in a city liquor raid 85 Iranean Pheasants ReleasedAt recorded a split decision in l Addison's attorney, who blood leading down the stepsof Jones Organize At
Incorporated of Starke, Drop Out
Friday, February 16, was sentenced .their final week of regular sea- complained that his client, as the front porch of the

owned by Robert Barksdale. Monday night in son play losing to Lake City well as Pavlas had been exposed house to Croft's body. Sheriff Of: Fishing ContestTo
: for
; $40,000. Mayor's Court, but the trial of 44- 3, but edging Lake Butler to prejudicial treatment Witt and Deputy Sweat both Country ClubThe

Second largest'was propertyon her employee, Willie Reason, Prison By Game CommissionEightyfive 56-54. on the TV newscast last Friday !- testified later that there was Help Amateur'sR.

the Lester Kite, deceased, was postponed due to illness. I The Tornadoes ended the night. a trail of blood from the front E.
Jones
Bradford County
farm Kite sold by his widow. Alice The Littles woman, owner Iranian pheasantswere an extra effort to see that these regular season, with only the The program, Douglas said, porch leading to Croft's body toad foreman was leading in Ladies Golf Associationof

Other, to L. J. Kite for $30,300 and operator of Littles Cafe released Thursday, Feb. birds are not killed. District Tourney in Live Oak: contained film and comment which was found by the right the,forth Florida Fishing Contest the Starke Golf and Coun-

sales were: on .east. Brownlee Street in 22. on State Prison property County Judge T. A. Yawn of i left to play, with six wins against concerning a polygraph (lie detector rear wheel of his patrol ar this week with the entry of try Club was organized and

: Virginia 1 Kelly, Joined by her Reno,was fined $200 and sent- Raiford by the Game ,& FreshWater Bradf'\\d, and County Judge S.i 18 defeats. ) test administered ear. parked; facing the front porch. a 12 pound, 3 ounce bass caught officers elected at a meeting

husband, E. L, Kelly, to W. E. enced to 90 days in-jail. How- Fish Commission. The B. Brooks of Union, both Last Saturday saw them Her Friday by agents of thi-. Whitehead also testified in last Sunday in Dowling Lake, held in the pro shop Wednesday

Flakes Starke,. residence' on ver, Mayor Randal Chitty relt-ase here was part of an experimental pledged support of the program clip Lake Butler in the local I FBI at the county: courthouse. answer to"a question by Uwon County. night of last week. Mrs,

Silver Lake, $10,000. withheld committment on the game bird program and promised that persons gym behind the shooting of Douglas was joined in the Scruggs, that he would have In a surprise move, however, W. C. Powell served as tempo

W, ,H. Wainwright to J. W. j jail sentence from day-to-day. designed to provide hunters caught violating the five-year John Williams with 19 points I motion by Lacy Mahon: Jr., attorney seen the missing latch had it p Jones said he was withdrawing rary chairman for the organ.

Gackins, Starke, parcel of land. Sentence was identical to with additional birds that will closed season on these birds and Dave Ingram with 14. Bill I for Pavlas. Both lawyers been off the front door when from the contest, because he ization.

$4,000. the one handed Mike Klondes not compete :with native quail would be prosecuted to the fullest Bowling had 10 for the said the te3t was given I he left the Reddish home hated to put his "professional Officers elected were: Mrs. H,

Omar A. Bray ton to Hinton the second ,tune he was arrested and dove for food and cover. extent of the law. Tornadoes and Chuck Moore to their dients without their about midnight on May 23. ability" up against the "ama- A. Bishop Jr.. president; Mrs.

Leroy Jackson, Starke, residence for illegal sale of It is hoped that these exotic The birds are similar to ring-: 8. Jim Thomas was high for knowledge. Bradford County Deputy teur efforts" of some of the Curtis J. Malone vice prest.

in Saratoga Heights, $11- whiskey on November 23. birdsill adapt, to ths area necked pheasants found in Lake Butler with 25 points followed Douglas said he was contacted Sheriff Dolph Reddish testified other fishermen in the com dent; Mrs. Prank D. ottinger;

4 800. Klondes jail sentence ended and reproduce in sufacientnumbers northern states, except that the by Billy Osteen with 19. about a month ago by an that Marshburn Reddish,, munity. secretary: and Mrs. W. C.
Iranian is warm-cli. agent of the FBI, who asked I (Continued On Page Six] Powell, treasurer.
to make a hunting species a
I A. J. Thomas, Starke, tc: last Friday without his being Monday's game on the Lake
I Floyd E. Overholser, Jasper, committed during the 90 day season on them possible in five mate bird. The climate and City court was a lost cause: if he would consent to the test Ted Pox, the club pro, discussed .

Indiana, lot on Hampton Lake,, probationary period. year The Game Commission argicultural practices in Bradford from the start although the:, being given to Addison."Itoldhlmtogoaheadancj Thursday Morning Developments the importance of golf
$2,200. stresoed the importance of protecting and Union Counties are Tornadoes showed better than; etiquette and said that he was
I arrested along with I
Reason, the birds for the next similar to the native Iranian I usual form set it up, and that I would ad- In Reddish Case Interested in helping the ladies
though losing by
Earl J. Johns, Broward County the Littles on February ?
woman five yaers and said tnat game climate and habitat, accordin, c vise my client -to take it, sinceit learn to play the game. He also
led I
: Florida, to Robert T. Hen- 16 due to be tried on 19 points. Dave Ingram
was wakens in this area will 'make :to game biologists with the the locals with 13 points while would be to his advantageto The State was successful in having two announced that a series of
derson, Keystone Heights, resi. 19. He was
Monday. February I Commission.The be cleared of suspicion of statements, given by Reddish while in Bradford group lessons for the ladies
dence, $8,000. until Bill Anders, had 12, Chuck (
given a postponement Roberts To Seek pheasants were raised at t Moore 10 and Kouba another crime," Douglas said. County Hospital, entered as evidence despite at a nominal price would be
Gary
A. J. Thomas Starke, to Vir- I February, 26. however, to obtain -i' the Virginia State game farm had 6.Frank. He went on to explain that vigorous opposition by defense counsel. As read started immediately.

gie Barksdale, Starke, lot on i council. His trial was District TwoCommission and are the first generation: he took it for grapted that he to the court Thursday morning the statementquoted The by-laws of the Gaines
Hampton, Lake, $2,200. again postponed this week for removed from their nativecountry Vining led: Lake City: would be notified when the test,I vile Ladies Golf Association(:
Inez Anderson, executrix of[ an, indefinite period until he Post ;I with 21 and was backed by would be Reddish as saying "I figured he didn'thave I
Iran. They have been given, but that he were read and it was suggested ,
the estate of General Lee KerF is released from a doctorscare. Ronald Jackson with 17. heard no business coming in the housewhen ask-
George W. Roberts Jr. an- grown .successfully in Virginia nothing more about it that the nw offfceri
I <.y,,deceased, to lack M. Me4Rae In the meantime he is nounced this week as a candi- for the past three years. One until an attorney associated ed by State Attorney T. E. Duncan why he shot use these, u well as those'

I Starke residence, $7,500. free on $500 bond. .date for Countv Commissioner, hundred of the same birds were J. A. GriffisAnnounces with him on the case saw the Croft. from other clubs, in. drawing

Cornelius. Scholl, Starke, The two were arrested in the :Dist 2 (North Starke released last week in the Jim For.Commission television newscast. When asked why he shot Jackson, Reddish up the rules and regulation.

to James R. Strong, Winter r third: whiskey raid in the dty I Mr. Roberts is a native, of Woodruff Game Management Douglas, maintained that in said, according to the statement: "I figured he for the Starke association.Mrs. .

Haven, ,, Florida, residence,I since Police Chief William F. .Bradford County, the son of-Mr. Area in West' Florida. Post all probability many of the jumped out of the car to help Croft." Pox, assisted Mr. Fox;

19300. I Rosser and Mayor Chitty took t and Mrs. G. W. Roberts of Law- 'prospective jurors fca Agnes Watson widow of an office last October 30. Theraid J. A. "R. G." Griffis of the same and that the
tey. He is a graduate of Bradford RegistrationBooks program day for a "directed verdict of not guilty" and fora present a book of golf rules.
estate by the entirety, to Gordon -, netted 186 half-pints of High School and of the 1 Graham. this week announcedhis pictures and comments broad- Mrs*Bishop announced that
mistrial because evidence"
"prejudicial
relating
J. Jones, Starke. residence.: bonded liquor which Rosser University of Florida. He'has candidacy for County Commissioner cast would tend to bias them she would notify members'

$.5400. termed "one of the largest been manager of the H. C. Wall; Open District 4, in the against his client. He asked to another case had been allowed to reach the as to the time and place of

A. E. McKinney Jr. to RobertH. hauls hi my memory." Insurance Agency in Starke May primaries.Mr. for a lapse of two months before jury, were denied by Judge Murphree.Dr. the next meeting, and would

Lappe Starke, residence, since last May. Until, April 4 Griffis is.a native of a new trial' date so that H. H. Adams of Starke testified that Reddish also name her complete list of

$7,200. Rev. H. W.. GradyIs Sir Roberts is married to the With the approval of Sec Bradford County and has been: choosing an impartial jury appeared to him to be rational at the time of chairmen.

former Nancy Wyllys of Hast employed by the DuPont Company would be more likely than at giving the statements in the hospital here. When Among those present and
retary of State Tom Adams.the .
New Pastor ings, and they have three chil. registration of voters will for the past 12 years. present. questioned by Scruggs, he said he permitted the signing up for lessons were:

SPAGHETTI At PresbyterianRev. dren. continue to be taken in county He will make a formal an Addison and Pavlas are questioning because he felt sure it would not be Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr. Mrs.
nouncement at a later date. charged with the rifle slaying injurious to Reddish. John Torode.,. Mrs. 8, G. Denmark -
until 4.
precincts April I
of State
Trooper Edwin Gas-
I SUPPER H. Walton Grady, formerly Persons wishing to register I, que, 30, during a manhunt near The State rested its case at 12:30 Thursday, Mrs. .Charles Mrs. Clyde McGlave Terwillegar.Mrs. '

I of Lake City, is the new ,while while the books are in Baldwin last October. The two- and Scruggsrequested an hour's conference with Ruby Johns Mrs. ,George, Miller .

Southside pastor of the First Presbyterian ;' the precincts may see the| count Indictment charges first the defendant Reddish before presenting the de- Mrs. Harry Hatcher, Mrs.

Elementary SchoolCafelorium Church in Starke. He and : proper deputy registration] that Addison and Pavlas shot fense's case at 2:30.Strawberries. Jack Eaves Mrs. C. L. Tolford,
officer, as follows: |
I his family moved into the the trooper to death, and second Mrs. G. W Roberts Jr., Mrs.
Pet. 1 W.
Lawtey. George
Tues. '
March 6
that
.Addison fired the
Robert
McRae, Mrs. Jim Chas..
: Street last
on Cherry
5:30 to 7:30 manse Roberts; .1 fatal shot, and that PavIas To Hit Market teen. Mrs. X. M. Smith Mrs.
week.Mr.. Pet. 4, Graham. Mrs. Ollie
SouthsideCafetorium i ; ,was present at the time j H... A. Bishop Jr.. Mrs. Eldoa
Grady attended seminary Rivers: Addison, 33, formerly of Lake
i Hardy, Mrs. Frank
k Sponsored By i in Louisville Ky. and has held Pet. 5. TTmptonMrs. PearL i Butler, and Pavlas, 46, of Hialeah Next Week If It Stays Warmaverage Mrs. J. C. Hobbs. Mrs.Ottinger Curtis,
Home; j were the objects
pastorates in Tennessee and 1 I of a Malone Mrs. J. C. Fogg Mrs.
Southside PTA i Pet. 6. Theressa, Mrs. De-; f massive eight-day manhunt With continued warm weather -: of,$ -50 per flat. The Norman Williams, Mrs. Miles
He is of
Georgia a graduate !
: laney Fisher; which started near Baldwin and strawberry production low price was attributed to the Sheppard, Mrs. Howard W.

,,This Space Contributed i Florida State University, Tallahassee Pet. 7, New River, Mrs- centered In this area for several will be in high gear in Brad-: fact that berries here were being Myer, Mrs. Lester C. Hump

Weekly to Publicize : and taught school at Eunice Moody; :< days. ford County by next week.' marketed in competitionwith bites, Mrs. W. C. Powell, Mrs.

Community Events by I Lake City before coming here. Pet. 8,Brooker R.A. Colson. The fugitives finally made Plants are reported to have fruit from Plant City Ben MoTley Jr., Mrs. Billy G.
AU registrations for Precincts ; their get-away in a truck stolen one of the heaviest settings of ,
He is married to the formerAlida and Dade County. Epps. Mrs. Julian McRae Mrs. ,
I 2 [N. Starke, and 3 from a farm house south of bjoom ;and young fruit ever Nellie .
The P. Gamer Mrs. Douglas

Community Vanlderstine of Lake City [South Starke] will be takenat Starke. later Wednesday' shipment was
U I They were captured seen In this area.
lIardyMr&; Neal Lyon
State Bank :II'and they have three children:: the courthouse by Super-; by police in Dawson,Ga. Over 1,000 fiats were shipped lighter and prices strengthened Mr*. R. H. Mclntlre. Mrs. Vir.,

Sheryl, 6; Glen, 4; and Carl, 2. visor of Registration Marian j jL. after holding up a drug store from the Starke market on to range from $2.70 toper ginia Shannon Mrs. Thomn

.. Crosby, i Albany. Monday and Tuesday at ea, .2.90 fiat I E. Lewi* ,
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I ? BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA .
THLTRSD.\Y.l\L\RCII1. 1962OLAJDYS

Mr- and'Mrs. -Montgomery $ "
T- Hears f II
... spent the weekend in r Rotary I

Lake City with her parents We Must Make Room For New Stock In
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Tolbert.Mr. Baseball Talk Coming ,\

and Mrs. Bernard Cate I
of St. Petersburg and Mr. and Bob Maduro._ owner-man. I
Therefore We Are This S PI CIA L For
Offering
.. MOOT PHONE, KI-0451 Mrs. Stanley Noegel of Starke -_ ager of Jacksonville's new ; I...
spent the weekend at Jack-
1 -i. Triple-A baseball club the i: l'
sonville Beach and alsotour- Jacksonville Suns, and BobFarber WEEK1NLY
Mr. and Mrs. ,L. A. Davisand 1.I W. T. Jackson,Robert Firth, ed the USS, Constellation. atMayport i'o.It. executive vice presi- (
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hitch' Bill Brown: and Nolan on Sunday after- i ., N h. dent of the club were guests
wet in Jacksonville Monday I Woodburn were guests of the [noon. Wednesday of the Starke Rotary -
iting-Mrs. Lester Crews andJudge :! Central Truck Lines at their. Mrs. Charles Godfrey and y ta% Club. j I
L JL. ,K.. EerarWA,j&p, fishing. lodge. ,at .Homassassaover -
: daughter, Elaine, of Washington \ The speakers told of plans
ale patients. in Riverside' Hosson the wee: end: i ,Ga., and Mrs. Aggie{ Jones -,:I and prospects for the new rM:1

i .,. "'' .' -.... ., .-. it:. rs. D.,L. iu 1 0L' Callahan i are 'guests this ,! club and announced their in- ,
"\J. ',..1!erill.rl ards ..and. of:tarke'arid M/s.' iiattte BellEowe week of ISr.: and Mrs. Tyler : I, tention' to, work closely with j It I l !
Iic' Mrs. James 4
v of. Jacksonville? wejepin Jones. r S'.a u itr Ii high; school coaches In the' 1
nehen ind.iamlijr. .. in Jaeksbn4il1E jlUisyiiie over ,the weekend
D.: A. Monteith ojf Fort area to revive interest and ;: II

t- 1a5t i r,.rgoa 1j.. : #. visiting.4. geialives.Effiie. ., .\ 1 I' Lauderdale was- a Sunday ;_ t promote young talent In base- j I
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8 ".._ !r\ t _.!y.Seymour. :Mrs, .. Jphns,.. ,, ad, 99Saturday visitor of Mr. and .Mrs. G. J:I p ball. |
..n\lo';,:u;-,..", .I.safAh' ,.I.fjf' :":Jtt n. at....... : visitors, G. W.,Bais- McGriff; Jr.; ..< .",I Among. the other Triple A|
:; : u: "1'\eaut. +- ahoW':; at the d nand,,itrs. Marth\ Holli- Mr. and Mrs. George Powell '; ,) clubs are Atlanta Richmond, i!I
$'lief t rer &tk.Jack-" df!. oLJacksonville, Mr. anda of Nekton, N?,c. are spending and Toronto Canada. i I
v11i. .Sunday. T. afternoon..i,. Harold Smith of. Au- \.Ijwo weeks with Msv J., ..H.lieids ,r."'r'' -t(1.\ IAi k..A.# ':< '; i iI _The speakers? were introduced f
J .irs.<> Bgyiaond,, Paris l of burhdale, an4 Mrs. Henry ; Airs. Fields guests .. ,, '' ; '
.. ; apcl I,: ,'::3 .'tt;; rcp r--,- "< -, .. .. .. + by; Gilbert Goldwire who !
.iSeh us .T "N. J. aid Mrs. Carter: of M xville. Wednesday, to- > '. .. ...,. .
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': are spending \ ".": ,.,.- .. ,. .",..j $, ',"v' 't.;.; "L1. ... '. 3'\/ itt't had charge of the program.Telegraph :
J Pf Ali Atinto!\"Qi#.; Melbourne.eii Mrs.11Sharon, Qjrie ..Hutciiins Mrs, Friday{ !in Cocoa visiting Mrs .
Thursday Mrs. LillianSlide t 'f. + ;; ( 1",? ;ii ;; t(;' h '%{'.At:. :; 4L' 0it / I
Tuisdjjj, td ? Gaines ) Harold! Ford. :
:gUftfts :las w,ei.of, Mr.Airi :. ,, and Mrs; ..Lorraine: -,Mr.-and' Mrs.. Leo Clay, and t..fric ,t::)' tr. -tjrO".1, tT i :.\".' mJ ,,Ji." Aa., 1 : Adds !
'f t{!!- :Pr- Df4.i-'f'' ;J. ':; : ; !
N. S. BeaitY.thow t
.,, BankeJ.I "+;;:" Champion' attended the }- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pilchard ,. New CorrespondentThe
I Mrs. S..4M.JDa5.Bpe4. the ai.the.Robert. ; Meyer of Cottondale., Ala., andGeorge T ; I
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weekend;... *. in Archer. \Y nth he$ Hotel.... on Monday. Carter.of Lake.Butler Weekend l Telegraph is pleased to' ,

rL'tMi s" E, .,Stone andAnderson' .t,Mr.. t.and, Mrs.,,.A. E., Brown w re, Saturday. visitors of announce that :Mrs. A. C. Ellis'the
from
: Ik11M s e. , ,J4r. rs.O1en.Stanleyt' infMalonewith\ ,,her parents Fields. '' ,
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: 7r and. debt. ; .nf"f JacksonvilleMr.. Mr. and Mrs. J.. A. Me- I Mrs. W. E. Middleton and> Jaycees In Azalea FestivalA sons She will with appreciate news items will per-call
II t ?nt.\t.Qe., weekends. with .- Ca1LMr I' Miss Madge Middleton have her at 96-0281.

: W Ws :Floyd Cr.. ] .. and,Mrs. James. Holde t' had a? visitors .Mrs. Ma; Miss Starke Jaycee, 17- scholarship valued at approximately Double Dresser & Mirror
Mna.Rotard. Moatgoaierj : of the Jacksonville NAS were Jones, of Jacksonville, from" THE RIGHT POINT for tile 9S
year-old Bradford High Junior $8,000, and the first
: and ,hildrjn 9>f Tampa are last Thursday visitors of :Mr. Friday to Wednesday, and way you write. Come'In and
,I Jackie Bales from Lawiey will receive
two runners-up
visiting Mr. and Mrs. 8. W.' and Mrs. H. L. Hough. Mrs. E. L. Middleton and: Mrs. tshown. above] has been selected one-year scholarships valued select your favorite ESTER- Chest of Drawers
: Halsten. Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr. i.sv1sitlni' W. Q. Dowling of Melbourne) BROOK. Fountain Pen. TELE
l to. compete.:. this.. weekend I at about $4,000, according- *
Air. and Mrs. Gary Naz- Mjr. a.nd Mrs. J, A. overnight Monday. in the Azalea- Festival- InPalatka Jaycee George Ricks, contest GRAPH. Bookcase Bed

: worth. of 'Jacksonville were Scanlon and family at Vei\t\ Mrs. E. C, Harden and sons 'coordinator In Starke. Win- --
yi&ilinc their parent. :Mr. Hill Farms, yrarrlngton, Va. of Wewahitchka -.spenthe '
: Palatka
of the' contest in
Miss Bales is shown ner
and )>tr, $. W. T. Nazworth and for several weeks. weekend with her mother ,. '", prac-- in the
ticing her, trampoline act will also-b& sponsored Regular Price 130.85
I Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Herlongand Mrs. Irene Roberts and, Mr.t. which.she will perform in the I Miss Florida: Contest by the Iiif l4I
on Sunday. family and Mr. and,Mrs. Herbert Thomas. '
and Mrs. Florida J.aycees. ;
Talent Show Friday night, .
.: Mrs. Gerald Griffis underwent :: Jimmy Smith., and family of Mrs.Roberts returned with her March 2,, at 8 p.m. She will In addition to the Talent > Matching Nite Table. 19.95 :
'anile surgery jn St. Jacksonville were Sunday daughter for several weeks' I Show'and
Pageant
also enter the : Pageantat Beauty
; Beauty: % Close Out Sale!'
: visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. visit. through -
Saturday 2:30: p.mSunday aftrnopflin there will be a.parade
Weldon Available in white or walnut
F. Herlong. Mr. and Mrs Billy Palatka Saturday afternoonat ii
: accident. \ list.., Friday.. James .Cannington of and daughter of Tallahassee Ravine Gardens open air 2:30 p.m. and the Azalea
Mr. Mrs. S. E. Reyes the guestof weekend with theatre. All wood suite
awj Reading Mass was will spend the Ball is set for Saturday nightat
and children of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham Mrs. Gladys Weldon. Winner of the beauty 9. The festival is sponsoredeach Center Drawer Guides V2 PRICEAll
: were visiting' her parents Mr. last Friday.Mr. and ,Mrs. Walton
Rev.: pageant? and, talent contest year by the Palatka Jay
and Mrs.. J. 8. Sapp, on Saturday and: Mrs. D. G. Scott of Grady and children of. Lake drawers dovetailed
will awarded
be a fouryearMr. cees.
Decatur Ga. are spending this City have moved into the COTTON LOOP RUGS

Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Red- week with then daughter,"Mrs. Presbyterian manse on !:t. and Mrs. Olin Graves ,Mrs H. L, Speer, Mrs. G. J.
dish; Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. L. Haynes Jr. and family. Cherry street. Mr. and Mrs. L..C, Smith and McGriff Sr., and Mrs. ,Lex N ; ,This suite has many features REG. NOW I
: Green, Mr. alA Mrs. Willard Rev. Luis Diaz de Arce is Mrs. John Griffin of Och- daughter Beth of Daytona Green were hostesses at' a :, 24"x36" 2.95 1.48

Williams. .. Mrs. Eoline Smith., spending Feb. 19 to March 6 lochne.e, Ga. is visiting her Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Henry bridesmaids luncheon last of more expensive suites .
J, Sen. and' Mrs. Charley Johns, in Buenos Aires Argentina parents Mr. and: Mrs. F. F. Roberts of Waldo :Miss Saturday at the University 27"x48" 3.95 1.98
Mrs. W. E: Middleton Miss where he is attending the Stump for several days Carolyn Rogers of U. of F., Inn Gainesville, honoring \
: Madge< Middleton, and John "Life and Mission of The Mr, and Mrs. J." A..Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. CJ.. Fraz- their niece, Miss Mary LQU This man is gay because: ,, 4'x6; 11.95 5.98We
-Simpsonwere'among those at- Methodist Church" confer- and family were in Mayo over ier of Graham were Sunday Harris,of.GaujesvmeThey.; : also a. lie got locked into the Stock" ; '

4 '. ""tend.1njtb. dedication of the ence.Mrs. the weekend visiting Mr. andMis. dinner guests of Mrs. Henry attended. ,. the rehearsal. supper wine Cellar.b. CASH & CARRY
Museum and the dedication of Olson in : .
Titus was
W. H.,Sullivan. O'Hara. [ Friday evening at the He. got locked out of
the Randolph Hodges Sr. Sarasota Wednesday and Beth and Pamela. Chapman Mrs. C. Y. Mayo of Tampa 1 University Inn, fiyen by M r. work.Is Simmons Bedding Spring. #
.. bridge at Cedar Key on Sat- Thursday attending the Methodist of Columbus, Ga. are spendingtwo has been visiting her sister II .? i 'nt"I
Limited
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William. George, I Air Bedding Kroehler Living Quantity
Mrs. -
and
urday. Prior to the service'at Vacation Church School weeks with ,their grandparents Mrs, W.. H. Edwards the past your breakfast Java bitter .
: Cedar Key, Sheriff Reddish Training conference. Mr.' and Mrs. E. E. week. Mrs. Edwards also 1 das I Wetzell Sr. of Hialeah. On brackish and as unappetizing as. Room Singer Sewing Machines .. .
Robert;: Green. John> Simpson MrS: Junius Smith attended :Tarn; .. : Sunday visitors Mr. and ,, Saturday evening Mrs. Speer a ,cupful of Nile delta silt? Our '
.. WiUard Williams', and Charley lie, ,,district' meeting pf< the John peer r ;ot Dahlonegvj .Mrs:D. W. Mo'ore, of Jacksonville. Mrs. McGriff Sr., Mr. McGriffMr. fresh, full-bodied cream will i Quaker and Siegler Heaters Samsonite Luggage, and Many other well
i Johns attended the dedication r-Iustitute j II+ wvJnflps. !t :.- ''W f' .. smooth it out into the most refreshing -, p.......
.. of a dairy at Boys Ranch and Dry' Cleaners in St. Au.- H./L. Speer> jttie bat wee.Mrs. Mr.. and Mrs.: -ifc.J. T. Quigley. 1!I.Jr.. urs and, 'Mrs.J Lex Green!:rt..!attended drink you ever tasted. .:Known Brands .. > ':.'-.....''..tom,>l'. ..'I....' .*!..,... '. 't t tI
In Live Oak that turning. "gIL tine on .Wednesday. .. Bertha Lang of Boyn- I I t I
entertained at dinner Monday -
: Mrs. B. A. Pope Jr. of Nor; Dr. and Mrs. G. Van' "ton. Beach' visiting Mr. and r the wedding of Miss,
night,honoring Air.. and It's A Fact You Can Do Better At"
folk Va. will spend Thursday Stephens of Raleigh. N. C. Mrs.Paui, Raymond;! Jack: Williamson of I Harris to William George Wet
Mrs. _
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: to Monday with her mother, and Mrs. Nelle Beavers of St. Jllrs: W, B.. SeweU returned C.erro 'Zen Jr. at the First Baptist
who
Gordo N. C.,
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Mrs. A. Z./Adkins. Mrs.. .Fred Petersburg were' weekend from. two weeks
'Sajturoay; Gainesville.
\ .houseguests of Mr. .and Mrs. Church in
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Guy of Gainesville will also guests of Mrs. W. N. North. 'visit J with f.friends j. and relativesinSoutlFJqridaV Denmark Furniture Co0
join hej;. mother and sister on Mrs. L. N. Sigman of Social I : L. A. Wynn of Hampton.Mr. i. Mr.: and Mrs. Clyde Ter-

: Thursday night and*Friday.: Circle, Ga. is visiting Mrs. W. 1 'Mr.'and Mr. Diyid Lawson' and Mrs.-" Ben. Rowland. -. I willegar Jr. attended'the district I I
.. Mr. and.. Mrs. W. p, Mooty G. Haile this week. of Aubuindate, spent tine weekejul. -t t'and Mr. ani Mrs. William Ford dealers meeting at

: of Miami were Sunday afternoon Mrs. Martha Hazen is a with, their'paints, M!-. Carter spent Sunday at Cedar the Robert Meyer Hotel hi: 434-446 W. CALL ST. I PHONE. 9G4-4321

{+ visitors,,of j Mr.u' and. Mrs... medical patient in Bradford arid MrS. M. L.. Lawson and Key. "Jacksonville last Wednesday.
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J THURSDAY, MARCH I, 1962 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEG AGE'TOUBTEEN .;1",!
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I Junior Club Aids Cubs And Parents Ole South Festival CALL FOR
1 Girl Scouts WithAnniversary Attend Annual Will Be Gala Event WHAT, WHEN Florida The Board of will Bradford of receive County sealed Commissioners County bids; Far In re Bradford: Estate C of.E..tr F, Flerlda Miles, I Starke%O .205, North Florida Temple'' Ave.

I at 10:00 o'clock en the morning deceased. 2-15 4t 3-8
ProjectThe Blue-Gold Banquet Of Thursday Night AND WHERE i of March 8, 1962. .Jtf the courtroom Notice Of Filing Petition For |I,
I in the. Courthouse, for the Final Discharge Of Administratrix i
GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-0651. Senior and Inter- Approximately 150 persons "Ye Old South Festival" be- following: I I:i iI
30 Venetian blinds To All Whom It Mss Concern:
mediate Girl !I to be installed -
Scout
Troops,: attended the Blue and Gold ing held at the Starke Worn- ;: Ole South Festival Starke! in the Courtroom Upstairs Notice is hereby given thatI
Fashion sponsored by the Junior Woman's -I Banquet of Cub Scout Pack: an's Club tonight [Thursday,,I Woman's Club Thursday evening hall. Jury Room. Photo- have filed my final returnsas
Show Founders Club, (Ut Room and the Registrars administratrix of the estateof
DayIs.Observed are celebrating the
70 in
: the Starke Elementary starting at 6:30: o'clock will Mar. 1, 6:30: p. m. Dinner Room. E. F. Miles deceased; that i i
To Be PresentedBy 50th anniversary of the Girl{ School Cafetorium Tuesday feature an old Southern and floor show. Material shall be composed of: have filed petition for final dls- i
By Scout organization by plant-j night. All five dens and the'' turkey dinner with all the I I Pexaum" Head Rail charge, and that I will apply !I Ii
Junior Woman's Club meeting j to the Honorable Theron A. j i
Junior ClubThe High School PTA ing flowering trees that it is Webelos Den were representedby trimmings and a delightful Flexalum Bottom Rail Yawn County Judge of Bradford ,
hoped will bear yellow flowerson cubs and parents. j Monday, Mar. 5, 8 pJn.> Flexalum Temp. Aluminumslat. County, Florida, on March Ii!
Fine Arts j program. club house. .I V ,. 1962 Monday at 13:00 A. I SlOe.
/ their
department
Founders Day wasVobservedat golden anniversary. After the 1> '
opening flag ceremony M. for approval of the same and
+ ot'the Junior Woman's Club the High School PTA meet- Assisted by the Junior Club's by Den 4, Rev. John R. i; Appearing on the program I OES meeting, Monday Mar.j;' Flexalum Tape.Tilt Plastic Coated Nylon .I for final discharge as admini 'I I,t I .

under the direction of Mrs.' ing Tuesday night. Feb. 20, conservation committee, .the I Brabham gave the invocation. |!: will will be Michael Sheppardwho 5, 8 p.m., Masonic Temple. i. gears to be Solid Brassof Miles stratrix deceased.of the estate of p. F. ''caB

t Tom Casey will present a with presentation of a skit 'Girl Scouts are planting I Cubmaster Woody Callan gave play a piano solo Southside Eleni. P.: T. A.I! i Nylon February 13, 1962. I
'Fashion Show at i "Medley of Roger Williams spaghetti supper. Mar 6, 5:30-' The Board Reserves' the Rightto
the "Golden
regular i entitled "Alice In Founders Blossoms" at the the welcome, which was fol- Sue B. MilesAdministratrix
meeting. Monday night March Land.. Fashions from the Woman's Club, courthouse, lowed by dinner. | interpretations". From the :7:30: p. m. Short business. meeting (SEAL reject) any and all bids. of the estateof

6, at 8 o'clock in the club years of 1885 to 1927' were I and local schools.An After the dinner, Den 5 pre- ;,; Junior Woman's Club will be i, : Cafetorium. Charles! A. Darby, Clerk E. F. Miles, deceased. !x trmlt 4 gbest
:Mrs. Pat Cauffman and Mrs. Starke 2-15 2t 1-%% Thomas & Pierce
hottje. modeled, while Miss Buttrick,' Accaeiaee, that bears sented an ice-breaker. skit and I Elementary PTA, I
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Randal Chitty in skit, "Maand [
Members of the1 club willmodel and Mrs. H. A. Bishop ,Jr. yellow flowers, is being planted Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby! Pa a I Tuesday, Mar. 6, 7:30 p.m., ---
Kettle from the Ken- .
outfits they have made read. the history and fashion' at the Starke Elementary led the group in the singing ;I!I I Cafetorium. I '
I tucky Hills". From the senior I IVIG CAlt NOW YOU GET A [
arid; the local winner will be narration. School. Persons who would of "America" in keeping with j i Woman's Club Mrs. Arlen! Southside Elementary PTA' A A PERMANENT

awarded a years subscriptionto ,Mrs. Charles Darby, a past like for other public buildingsto the theme, "Presidents of the meeting: Tuesday, Mar. 6, P '
i McKnight Mrs. Russell Nor- :
; woman's magazine and a president; her daughter. share, in this project are United States.." man, Mrs. Hollis Knight, :Mrs. 7:30: p.m., Cafetorium. i rSTATEWIDE'
chance to participate in the Phyllis: Mrs. H. A. Lawson, asked to contact Mrs. Pat Neighborhood Commissioner i Gib Brown Mrs. L. H. UDC meeting, Wednesday, '

l district contest. Those planning Mrs. Thelma Jennings' Mrs. Cauffman, Senior Scoutleader. Bill Shiner spoke on the mean- i i Jennings, Mrs. Herbert Thomas Mar. 7, 3:30: p.m.. home ot. WARRANTY

to model are,, Mrs.'" Charles : Junius Smith, Jack Trawick, erne Conservation depart- ing and Importance of the ; Mrs. Ruby Johns, Mrs, Miss Madge Middleton. i

Sawyer, Mrs., R. 6. Mul- and other past presidents of ment of the Junior Woman's ; colors, blue and gold and;: Kate Sheppard and Miss I!i I Starke Woman's Club execu- trr PROGRAM

lins, Mrs. Drew Reddish Mrs. the PTA took part in :the pro- Club, with Mrs. Fred Snell as I pointed out what the Cub : Charlene Hardy will appear in I I j i tive board meeting, Thursday, ';, VI
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Lavern Outlaw. Mrs. L. J. gram.,, Mrs. Julian McRae was chairman, has also helped foe. Scout program does for the ;j "New Orleans Belles on Pa- Mar. 8, 3:30: p.m. club house. ENDORSED BY THE

I Kite, ,Miss Betty Harrison the pianist. Southside school children, to boys and their parents. j I* rade". Gilbert Newcomb, Gilbert I Little Women's Club sponsoring -
Mrs. Jack Hazen, and Mrs. Mrs. Vernon Silcox announced become aware.,of good conservation The Pack Charter was pre- !; Goldwire and Charles dessert-card party Saturday -: 4 DISCOUNT FLORIDA """ *

George Shuford. 1 that the attendance con- practices by sented Buford Mitchell, the j Sawyer, trio, will sing Southern 'i'I Mar. 17, 7:30 p. m. Club I
Hostesses for the evening test closed. with this meeting ting books and dLstIibu-j Institutional Representative,j!i I selections. house. I AUTOMOBILE
include'Mrs.. Lavern Outlaw; and the winning. 'grade wouldbe securing films for school use. I I who in turn presented thef I Ii I The dinner and I Starke Garden Club Silver I ON All PARTS AND ALL LABOR

Miss Betty Jane Morgan Mrs. announced' at the next, The second grade pupils .at I I i Cubmaster with three a awards; j j! program Tea, Wednesday, Mar. 21, 3:30 + DEALERS <
to be
Ervin Andrews Miss Penny meeting. Southside School prepared for 100 % Boys' Life Subscriptions !j;: promises one of the out- p.m., Episcopal parish house. f fm OHE FULL YEAR. ASSOCIATIONFOR
| standing affairs of the club
Hollingsworth, Mrs. Randal Elden Mathews announced Smokey Bear posters to stress I. ,for having Pack register-i j

Chitty, and Mrs. Mead Lewis. that 'parts are being cast for the need of forest fire pre- I ed properly and on time, and I, season. First Baptist WMU is the FOR
the PTA production of vention. Fred Snell, a local I for.a 30 % increase in enroll-
"Swinging High" which will forester, brought ment. The Cubmaster I Benefit Bridge Sets ProgramAmelia
Surprise Party pine seed- : presented I (GUARANTEED WARRANTY PLAN \
be presented on April 6 in the lings and assisted the children the awards and achieve} f j To Be ( USED CAR BUYERS.
I Sponsored
I For Mrs. AndrewsMrs. high school auditorium. in planting them in the ments.!! The Pack Committee, Rappold, well-known I

Refreshments were served school's outdoor classroom Den Mothers, and: officers of I, By Little Women missionary, will speak at the ; (At ea extra cost to you) 407

Wesley Andrews was by mothers of the 8th Grade. area. The project was completed the Cub Scout Pack were introduced i Home Mission program of the ; FLORIDA

delightfully surprised Monday,? by taking a trip to the local i;j by Mr. Callan. The Little Women's organization First Baptist Church WMU, I bEM B El francJitod N.w Car and

afternoon when she came Southside PTA forest fire owner and making j i The special feature of the I of the Senior Woman's at 7:30: p.m. Wednesday Truck fefiltrs in 90 citfeAiM

home from an all-day fishing a tape recording of the children i evening was a magic show I j Club will hold a benefit i ii March 7. .. and honor this *"

trip to find a chair full of .Sponsors CD Course telling the "Smokey !j I given by William Cheek dis- !i dessert bridge and canasta j The Week of Prayer starts en -ytar used car warranty

.. beautiful gifts and cards from Bear" conservation rules they I tract manager of the Lederle party at the Woman's Club at March 5 continuing through I along with over 6,000
t members of her Circle 3 of Southside PTA in coopera- had learned. Laboratories in Jacksonville, 7:30 March 9. 1 .q
; j : p-m. Saturday, March 17. The theme will be: ; other franchised Auto
the Ladies Council of the tion with Bradford County At the conservation program ::; who is a member of the Ameri Those who attend are askedto "Help us, 0 God for the I .. \1. I Dealers in 14 other stotee

Christian Church. Civil Defense, is sponsoring a for the Junior-Club ati i lean Association of Profes- bring their own cards pencil Glory of Thy Name"e I C' $ WARRA end Canada. J1'I

Hostesses for this surprise Basic Civil Defense course their October meeting, the I sional Magicians. He thrill- :: and score pads. R
party were Mrs. Equilla Roberts entitled Personal Survival In film "Green Forests" ed not only the children, but '
was Several game prizes will b UDC To Meet roe DEALERS
II ruse res Eesioi DiiJUVQ n fwrieiMTiHS
I Mrs. Laura Howard, Mrs. Disaster, Thursday, March shown giving the intensive !| the adults as well with his I awarded and a door prize will '

,I; Millie Fogg, and Mrs. Ara I, 7:30: p.min Southside auditorium ,i management of Florida woodlands i magic. i I also be given. W. T. Weeks, i
chapter U D. :
{oitt. If R. E. Upton Jr. isj I| fire control planting,I The closing flag ceremonywas i j Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Little C. will meet Wednesday after-: I '

I J the instructor I timber stand improvement, I conducted by Den 4. Cub Women's sponsor, says "This I noon Mar. 7, at 3:30 .o'clock ': TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
and wise i Scouts and their Den Chiefs I : .
cutting. ii promises to be a gala affair, at the home of Miss Madge; z ,' .
Other projects planned by' i gave the Cub Scout Promiseby Mid ; ..I
| i so please back your young eton with Mrs. E. L. I I

lo&I.' :wnii*-. 4s-4q for the the conservation committee ,! candlelight. Den Chief people in promoting their most Matthews as co-hostess. I Ir _206_ W. Madison St. Starke, Fla.
T year include the planting Tommy McMaines concluded important project of the year
of pine seedlings in the the program by playing Taps. the beautifying of the, first 1 ., '

.itN school forest in the Legion island on U.. S. 301 [north].", ." .. .
I park by Mrs. L. B.. r
I Register's Altar Society Reservations may be made' "
I third grade,at Starke Elemen- !! by calling Mrs. Kincaid at
::POBTABEB' t tary. The committee has cooperated j\ Has Busy Month 969-1491

I with the Starke. I Ii
With ManyProjects BLUE
I Woman's Club in providing i TilE' RIGHT POINT for the' DAlE
fIE1GUS'.J : way you 'write. Come in and i DISCOUNT
,: '. j palms for the beautification ;.Members( of St. Edward's
I project on U. S. 301 [north] Altar Society are asked to select your favorite ESTER-! RIBBON
.1L.' and with the Junior Club'sAmerican BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- j Inc. '
aaI"t. .. have comfort bags ready for
j '. ? I Home committee the Veterans Hospital at the,j GRAPH. I Your Friendly StoreFirstillality
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I plant trees and shrubbery to
May 13 meeting. Directions i j l
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& ., : i beautify the local schools. and a list of items for the '

1 I t', ." i I bags can be obtained by contacting l !

I ;" .' .. ... i Ladies Council All members Mrs. are L. ask Humphries.tomake'a Florida I Nylon l HOSE Deluxe Seamless NYLONS

a .' :., h" Aids Building' Funcj bag and fill it. .. I'l' '. New Spring Shades
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s March will be a busy month I '
.: .' ,. Circle 3 of the Ladies Council for members of the society,I V.' 'Sa 1 ePn: 31C Second Pair
Every
I .- I of the First Christian ;e ; ,
;' and help is needed on thecurtainmakmg Theatre FREE
Church met at the home of
; I
'iT' : project. Cur Guage'--t5.Denler 69c .
Reg.
Mrs. E. A. Winkler with Mrs. 51 ; ., '
I tains must be sewed and hung I
Susie Beaver as co-hostess. I !
I I I| The devotional was given by:I on the 24 windows in the rec- :! YOUR''DI3COVP1Tr' ,38c With Purchase of First Pair at 98c
reation hall by March 23. All
I Mrs. Johnnie Wells, assistant! SATURDAY, MARCH 3
those to this
wishing help on
chairman, and Men's Short SleeveCindirellaDRESES
program Mrs. Girls'
DOUBLE FEATURE
project are asked to contact '
Ira Wilson discussed the program -
Mrs. Henry Stefanelli. I
ills i topic on kindness. Dur- ''
.
Anyone having donations Shirts
I! ing the business meeting, a I I Sport
1 ori the tablecloth can turn in I .
1 donation was given to the
stubs and donations at anytime I

!:! building 3 treasurer.fund from the Circle' to Mrs. Rudolph Chasm t i New Spring and Easter Styles and ., Wash'jt'Wear', Fabrics

i I or.Mrs. StefanellL Each family Colors .. 1
Refreshments served '
were
,. can help make this project '
l by the hostesses to the nine \ Our Reg. $1.98
I I successful by getting donationsi i /
i members present. I f | Reg: $3.98 to $8.98 F.
I i all the books given them.
The next meeting will be
I held with Mrs. Equilla. Roberts II The spring meeting of the For
St. Augustine Deanery will beheld i 2 $$3
i and Mrs. Millie .Fogg. March 6 at the Blessed I I $1 00 Discount .

,I Trinity Parish, 10478 Beach

Spaghetti Supper Boulevard, in Jacksonville.The "

I! Set For Tuesday host affiliation is Blessed AND Boys' Short Sleeve 4 Men's

I Trinity Guild. Cost for the day LuxuriousBANLON

!! By Southside PTA will be $2.75 which includes Five BoldVomell\ !

SONY :i'i'A breakfast registration, and I I Shirts SHIRTS

i spaghetti by the Southside supper, sponsored Elementary -- luncheon. Starring: Jeff Morrow, and I Sport .
!
RESEARCH MAKES THE DIFFERENCE '
i i PTA will be held in|,Recent BirthsMr. Merry Anders. V I
WORLD'S FIRST ALL-TRANSISTORIZED j the school cafetorium on' They Used A Weapon No .Wash'n'Wear Fabrics Short Sleeve

DIRECT-VIEW, PORTABLE TELEVISIONThe I Tuesday evening, Mar. 6, from and Mrs. Manuel An- Badman Could Sex! j Our Reg. $1.79Sale All Popular New Colors

first ttte finest, truly portable television set that dowse I: 5:30: until 7:30. A short business thony Garcia of Menlo Park, .Cartoon I
need a weight lifter to move it room to rood er edofdoors.You : meeting will be held after Calif announce the birth of I I
it witktlt M oittet for bows its wcharge- a "Hare-Raising Tale" I i $4.98
M ww
tae play supper. $
daughter, Paula Ann, on II Price .1'00.| $
I :
able battery. Yoa cat play it (and sknuftaneousty recharge i Funds raised: on the supper I $398 ,
the battery from your AC borne outlet or front! lW 12-rok I I will be used toward February 19. Mr. Garcia is a SUN., MON., & TUES. Value ;
car battery. You can see extortion-free wtbu reception I student at Stanford Univer- I
area of any tv 'station. K is .remarkably compact wsasuriaf8V4i7x9 I purchasing a movie projector I sity. Mrs. Garcia is the former MAR. 4, 5, & 6 (DISCOUNT 79c)
inches. Come w far a demonstratioi of te jean ,;: for the school Tickets at $1 Peggie Caldwell of Starke. I Ilrl ,
ahead advance M tetevisioa technology toda I for adults and 50c for children -!
SONY MOW usr $2.ts.5 'I Bradford County Hospital I
Battery Pack __ LIST $ 2U5 :, may be purchased at the announces the following I New Spring Ladies .
door or from the PTA mem- j .
I I j births: I -
i i bers. The public invited to I Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Starling l/

I I attend. ] Starke, a daughter New
jAoROME Spring HEELS
: Dresses
I Cheri Lynne Feb. 21. : [ :

Chi,Rho Members Mr. and Mrs. Michael S.i A IlEJMl'ttROf 4it0DJL'1UI i in
I I 4t
Redfearn Keystone Heights, t&q Styled to Perfection :
Enjoy HayrideThe [, ADlWIo i Beautiful!. Collection of .
a daughter Kathy Lynn Feb. ,
I ,
Chi Rho group of the 21. Cartoon ;t IT -StylesMagnificent :. Reg. 6.98 to .$12.95 ; '*? ;:

I i' 'Mr. and Mrs. Sherman De-I ... .. j
First .
i i Christian Church enjoyed Gift Wrapped \ '. '. ANY PAIR .
Witt Newman a' '
.
I Hampton, ; \
I hayride and weiner .
I a I, 4 '
+ I daughter, Jacqueline Joyce, ii Array ofi
I roast Saturday night. i !
I i Feb. 23. WEO, THURS., & FRI. ;
i The 35 young folk rode out i 1 t t'V :; Colon $1.00 DISCOUNT
F a a.h I,I to the Edwin Williams Kings- i: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lewis MAR. 7, 8, 9. I .
..
I Macy, Starke. a daughter, Karen .
j I ley Lake place where they had -' ) I 1 :'rK.. .t1.a .%*!
a weiner roast and then enjoyed i lona, Feb. 24. 'tHY' ieImIY ;; 1:' J ,amuutrnaDt: s
I a hayride around the Mr. and Mrs. Everett Eu- Me9 !' Ladies' 1st Quality "AVISCO"

Lawtey loop.Chaperoning. gene Norsworthy., Starke, a 18NAHUC 1 ,
I I son, Jesse Eugene, Feb 27. >ell IK U8U'smuc f '
;: the party were .
I IItLM I Shadow Panel SUPS
t I I Mr. Williams, Mrs. Margaret, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harvey ,
Keystone Heights, a son, amaaaos'p 1 1u4DnBtade .
Blankenship, and Mrs. Phyllis d .fllV DISCOUNT
I .
i i"t.BG.OI'
See H Now At ; Str1 k1anci. Feb. 28.
f i .
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I i! CARD OF THANKS I.. .u.B. I 11 17 O ON' ALL SALE PRICE $1.00

i I "-
s BULL1NGTONAPPLIANCES : To those who expressed\ 7010\05 (Special Sports Featurette. : DRESSES Also Half Slips Reg. 11.99i
f
:, their sympathy in so many' ALSO I .
"
j beautiful and practical, ways j : .. I YOUR DISCOUNT 98c -
:, during my, recent bereave- j"; 666 "Football Highlights" ,
N I II I Ir II I I menu. I extend by heartfelt} t le j

thanks. Mrs. A1C, T7sk>s. 1 I .

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11: : AOB FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKKE! FLORIDA ....- TIIrnSDAY.'l\Lmcn.t..1962

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I Ii.. ; ; 1 R I METHODIST: CIIUBCHMELROSE i'ajJ Appiyingrwo'-coats Super] to b'e"Incorporated under the 'GEORGE A. HIfm dl'"easi'd.1! to the Honorable Theron A
1t 4? ... 1 f {11 mTone.. or equal, on ceiling laws; of the State of Florida j XOT1CE OF FILING PET1.TlOX Yawn. COORty -Judp of Brad
: : .
I "I 'F'" ;-'xvi : j : b. pne"toaV"P ""ier and s>ealtol'i] Temple Mot el, Inc., a corpora-;,. FOIL FINAL Dl.-I, ford County;; Florida, on March.
.Rev. Kenneth W. ; "::011 wails- '- &M 'tk'ti. with its principal place ofi I CHARGE OF EXECl"TRIX.TO i 16th W2 fr approval of tluI
,:t, t J'1 Griffith 1"c.. One:coat' stt'lra business at Clarke, Bradford ALL TvfiOM IT.MAY I same and >tor' final discharge
i .! H' .' I I pastor. ...t.I d. Ysu-nislyn all. nrnbhi, i County in the tat. ?>f Florida: \ CERN: COX-I as KxecjHtix: of the E:;tat* of
1 IuperHighvays; Sunday SChoul ': *I. m. t:on \\"Il"S'' f and whereas such corporation i Notice is hereby give that I Georfife A. .HH>bs. deceased.
i $ Too Often Paved : } : I 8j45 :3. JCR1T nOOM' '-did on the 21st day of February have filed rE'turns as Executrix !i F WHia|f Uth 196; .
; Worship ll'aT m.t I a. Applying two coats of tarnish A.D. 1962.! cause"to be: filed in of theIStIi:: t.of George A. MrlUBI. L. IlA'T, Executrix
MYF'and'MCF :: on ceiling. : the office of the Secretary: of Hibbs,''deceased that 1 have of the Estate of GeorgeA.
; 7 ;
I Wit It W.st ,A Graft Letters to the Editor p.'m. ''I b. One coat primer and seater State of the ;tate'of Florida the rued my petition for final dis Hibbs, deceased
1 1i Evening Worship 8 p. m. on wall l documentary authority required char*. and that I will apply 4t 3-t>
i !r i. .i. .. i Bradford County Telegraph'I'i ;{I .c. One. coat stain and.' varnish ; under Section .60S.2Z, Florida -- .

: ; th'iI1'n t'.suP *fh 1tihwa 3"' project admitted to having committed perjury Dear Mr. Editor, i CALL FOR HIllS I on;TJe woodwork.Hoard reserves the right II j, Statutes tion' 'of such, showing corporation.Now. the .dissolu- -SHOP- ANYWHERE

is the 'i1T.te t t public works project before a grand jury, by hiding the fact, Just before the Yule holidays I. The' Board of Bradford of County Commissioners I to reject any and all bids. therefore, the Secretaryof
: articles in County. Charles \. Darer, Clerk. I
there were I State does hereby certify to.
Florida USED
i y er; undexfaken. in this country. It that a state highway commissioner ; will receive sealed bids (SEAL"* *.." : the f(1rt>going and that he I is satisfied FOR NEW OR ,
1 the paper, posters and paper at 1 :Vtl\ o'dl-k. on the morning ," I
---r t -- 9-l\ t 2i -21
wa( 'a li !.Stji t: proposal 'of President his secret partner. He then asked polka ( of March 6. 13B!. in the courtroom I that the requirements of;,
:
meters with.
]bags over the parking I the law have been complied
Eisenhotetf'Who" laid he had in the ourthuo>e, fur the j .' -WITXESS WHEREOF Ii! Then Come See Us!
: special stresson protection claiming that :reminding the citizens to" following: i C CKRTIFICATK; "I/ .
have hand
hereunto set my'
I
its military significance. It includes been warned: "I can get anyone killed -Shop At 'Home And Save" : Following Painting And Patching The CORPOKATK 111'11LUTION and have affixed the Great 1."I. I
41,000( ) mil i of The Mer h- :: I I I. TII1.1MI .\\I> HV THEIAITHOHITV :Seal: of the State of Florida WE'LL MATCH ANY DEAL
most advanced type for $500 to $1,000 "Support Your Local 1. COURTROOM: OF THE STATE at Tallahassee, the Capital,:

41 high-sR e'\ &hW4Yx 'The cost, orginf The wife of an engineer received ants." Well; in this letter Jj a. Staining:. arnI'viarnlshigaTfiwindow's. : T-OF'' FLORID this the Twenty-first day of
1 'TO ALL WHOM: THESE PKKSEXTS -
;:
timated af$2T.51b1)Iion' ) has been similar threats, in an effort to force have'a .group I want to remind b. Varais-hing all worHtn-urk. SHALL COME GREET Tom February.Adams A.D. 162.! UNIVERSITY CHEVROLETYour

1 v f>erl'"bj'Ctut'' ier. teat to $41 bil- her husband to go light in testimony the citizens' and: merchants to ;I firm Applying Tone or equal 2: coats on i>-.Supvr the ceil IXGS Whereas: John Schultz Starke, 1 Secretary of State :. r '
L "'thereis "Support. This group will bel ing. Florida Margaret E. Faughn Authorized Dealer
111 and likelihood violations ;
ever contract
$2.5
concerning on a ,
citizens of tomorrow, the Applying primer and sealeron Festus, Missouri Nellie Schultz, i\: "iv'ITT Jt"onr. S 'nrRT.
Wl\\i\ ft |na>; : o| gain before the completion million stretch of highway. ; our of schools. Walls. (Color to be decided Starke. Florida did on the ?"th .IX AND FOR BRADFORD. 215 S. E. FIRST GAI: INF.51"II.i.EIifft
students later
our
) r\"n: FIdUDA.In '
of March, A.D. 1930: cause
day .
date isfreachetrid .years from In one state close to $75,000 in gifts Recently the Junior and ?. UPSTAIRS HALL re: Estate of .
::. _.-._. _.__ _' ._> .',,->- co' -' -' .. '- '
now.Yet was traced from contractors' high-i Senior classes presented 'a'Play "

: writes ,Jaclj Anderson i in, Parade way engineers. "The Wizard of Oz" The r
"Investigators are- finding graft A* highway* J engineer- >--J* i i collected $! ,- Students put in time, hard 1 k'

and fraud'thievitt'and'bribery' around 000 a month"ren\ on two tractors ;;work and late hours and with' CALL I I

every curve. They are l learningihat the bought for $ .OOO.pIn; another case ai i stood the flu epidemic, to ), DcG & COKEQ
i show the adults of this com-
goad new higljwayjs aje' )aced with iih\\ar: engineer managed to take in'i; i:
: \
munity their accomplishments.
4 ;waste, inefficiency and Boondoggling t.G13 in rent for''a water truck that:; '

;More pathetically) they : did a't xif.t ''' ', .'They made their own costU -! ,
jl re.'discovering 'I > le& and scenery to cut expenses DAY SATURDAY MARCH 3 AT DAHMER'S
:that many} property owners have been The\ are obvous> instances of graft. as. much as possible. }

'icruclly'victimized and, vlrtual1 robbed As Mr*. And/ -oi points out. such big- ;;For-all this, effprt they were j

;6f their homes h/ ruthless and ,unfair; operations.ga9r bid-fixing and hid-:?;rewarded with less than 400 I .. --- -- .. .._ .' --' '
':condemnation' pr6cedures.:' iMr. gee interests are harder run down. But ,';attendance at each nightly _. ,- : '': _. .'; '_:_. .:. _. : -. ....'_. ". -'.__. _n. : _. :,' ;i. :' __ = ..:": :.: -:: : :. _. J .: .__ ._.. .. __ ;

\ Anderson! rthb is < Parad 'there ae ms no doubt. that these, along i; performance. The new auditorium -'J.ri -. !:' > ._

Washingtontoyrespohjent, does ;:not; :with! the ajppraisaljrfeh; |: :connections to-1;:, will seat ONE THOUSAND -

-of course, pull guchjharsh.: 'indictments, ,g!t-ouf; --tKis-wbrla: 1 settlements, have f; people. WHERE IS THE ,.:iOYI ,
SUPPORT? r
out of his-hatwHe' !bAses'his. article .bn 'gobbed |he: taxpayers of huge sums of j j jmoney. f[ Ea: ch year students from the nrtt
'alUut' <
k inVe8figatmn'"of' thehighwav. 'On"'the her hand people with-:j Annual Staff go to the local
'
I :program being conducted by *a special 1 '.Qut pull have been bluffed and bulldozed merchants asking them to buya

,I [House committee headed by Rep;e- in(6( setting J their property for a fraction j small' space in' the school

,sentative JBJatnik of )finne o a.: What: iQeu' 'pi-operty' f r'a fractions the year book. A loyal few 'give

has unearthed far'ca he summed of the value. iAlft them support but others make > it

up in a statement by the coairuit- The ;jthere ai-e.the;: costly and elaborate one excuse or another i' to these .j i

tee's' chief coun1e"Throw! \ 'a hart'1 at installations 'that almost no one young' people. Since the merc-

:a map of the United'State"Vhere'er- has any use for. Mr. Anderson cites hants are so anxious to get' the

(lit sticks we can find something} von g this'as 'ah example: An elaborate 1 citizens' support, why aon'tmore I
of them the stu- I
;with the new highways clo\'ei-leaf:: : has b en constructed fe dents? The ads support in the Annual

Some of the waste, no' dQubt, can the wilds of Montana, It has 24 signs, the "Tiny Twister" and the

''be. attributed to the ea eagerness, inexperience which .tell a farmer anfl his family (the-j J i!f programs sold at the sports SUPERB MUSICAL .

or incompetenc of local offic- only) people who _use It) how to go placestheY' !1 1 events have-the most loyal > '

ials who' have been ; listed all the time. SELECTIONS r .." ., .. ,' ,
had never s eon such i wonderful gqiirg for generations.j 1 I merchants : $ .

flood of money before' and wanted '\Vhat'caii,, -fro done about this enorm-.,! WHERE 'ARE THE OTHERS? I, ......:... ,{ .. ... t. ndaid, : F.a \'orlf: 1 : ;' ,

1 to use it as quickly as possible. But QutJ ou's grhft and waste? Representative,, WHERE IS THEIR SUPPORT '. "'.' ... I W,'.t' s
'
.
J right thievery and dishonesty !Jiave been fila'fnilc says:'"The public:tcan help most ? a4v HOURS OF MAGNIFICENT ::, ,' ,.. ': ,.
I have written this letter asa :; ., ,: .. all.. .:
rampant. Mr.\ Anderson cites, giving by: getting jnad. In too many localities, ::" ;." .
result of hearing a direct report ,...
MUSIC ,. : '
I chapter and the people take '. Ch a '
a '
verse incident after politicans-will-be-pol- Ch
in- of the reception and ..- a Ch .
J.< ;:,. ." .,
cident. Among them: iticians attitude.. In a democracy, noth. C"
turn-away received by some 20 Stereo LP Record Albums :. .
on >
J An operator of a sodding company ing :curbs corruption as effectively as i I j students who have approached >......Y....?:. u..,unfry. &. W estern
:<=' : < '
j- an aroused citizenry." ; merchants asking them to buy f' \ naw'. :
A 1 .;.... >; )art
- .
--- ---- ---- - a space for their own advertisemeht. -
n ,.
I I Secy. Orville Freeman was interviewed tl B'. : ".;.
<<< "i: << 4nds';
J What You Shouid 1'f' |: recently,'and afteistudying !!I ti. 1' iIICw."Y": _' ";;"
Know ;' This, letter. will probably be IX.e. '. ._ .
the questions 'an r '
Your Chamber Of answers we're still In the 1 ; S'ng-a"' :>> / ,
; ignored, and thrown away. I've ona ', .'
f '_-. _--._- .... ___ _-- _- __ dark about the farm situation only said part of what r <
-
--- I Fortunately: we've never posedas .' \\4!.. ,:
would,like to but maybe ",
The last few articles have say ., '.:,. .4t.... :; '".
an .
local expert bn
merchants went the'matter, so' "
,to
'ben written it will be strong enough <. ... '
in an attempt to we'cango ; :
: "right: ''
f membership-selling spree ; on being scratch the,,surfaceand reachtheheart.gf
,let everyone, ,understand the I tgnoant.J '
returned
with 60 new )
:I : the subject. $o "
'; '. \
:
Advantage of having .i-- ; r
an active bers. This I /
was .
youNpafents. .
and 9. ri
on }
cone\ i ii
Chamber of Commerce in the by the efforts of many .1 II One of the'coni s1ng- things i merchants. SUPPORT YOUR ISn i .. ; t ,

;community. In order to have citizens and could not I is. that each side uses a dif- CITIZENS OF TOMORROW 1!

:a growing county it takes been done by just a ferent set of figures. For instance
.,: OUR CHILDREN. STEREO HI-FIDELITY
[more than a good director or of interested people. i i a reporter asked why Sincerely :j CONSOLg

Chairman of the chamber. In To belong to) the something couldn't be done to Mrs. ,Edward E. Mobley jj:
?order for a community to reduce they ,
of Commerce is, in 'Jf bnUonin'.stor-i Rt. 2 Box 78-F j
prosper it must have the full selfish thing for if this age costs of surplus i]r.:bmmpdf- f : Starke r ; Florida

: upport of the merchants. andfleople ization grows so does the ties. Mr. Freeman replied that t i

alike.Membership. of business in our city. l j it doesn't cost that much, that: a!pa'81/J tlnS

Chairman Our $8 billion is the value ,46f the ? /
i, county is a Horace McGee
11[
y t (Johnny Kopelousos showed plat in which to liv material stored and that 'thej[ ;t .' _..

f 'what could be done with a a strong Chamber of storage costs amount to only (not just 2))

". 'Imembership drive on Feb. 16, merce is he best way to $1 billion a' year. i i Badly Burned V _
Make the difference hear
.
can
ii you V
.J. 1962. in which .'
I most of theKM it even better.
a
i! i At Zircon Mill u I ,
P { 1i iI I As one taxpayer, who is al V Thrill to the wonderful.new world. of stereo music... [ fi -V. V

... -- .... -' I ways worrying ,about, where performed by outstanding recording artists and reproduced _

i i his next dollar is coming from, Hoarce> E. McGee 41, suf-' by the outstanding quality of Motorola Stereo. "" :
farmer's i j i it seemed to us that there wasa fend serious body burns -WednQsday -* :
i -
: So magnificent !is the rich beauty .of? Motorola stereo ... :
mighty big.'difference in- when he was showered
: ; sound feel! these artists ,in .the withy
you'll are room
1 '
: volved. And'that, with
; by looking shot sand and water in'
By Sam j ji here and there In the wastebaskets the 'zircon 'mill at the DuPont ou. Come in...let us demonstrate Motorola Stereo .

:;' in Washington someone Company's. Trail Ridge Plant toyou..as: .soon. as you hear it, we're certain you'll j
laughed and said h
t 1 1i 1i i '' '
t j not should be able to find' McGee who had worked at # .agree with us that Motorola is the most effective way
!
good: to eat and of ,
1i i 1 1l we laughed too and said when'I;' that missing $7 billion. |I the plant for 12 years was to'play records ever devised. '
*
', but asked"how she knew. I handling: a routine job of get-
l t i ii This is one of the prettiest !i tint zircon from a high tem- : :

i times of the The .
woods
She said that up 1 in year. perature roasting unit into s. ; : _
and bays are a ght now, with] the Hot sand
a man shot $ i I process, flo w.
a hawk Enjoy COMPLETE Stereo Tonight.. .
horns ..and thre'w'lt on red maple the deep green o f, was ;dumped on the ground ;
kitchen table the magnolias;' and everywhere -] and sbme 4 f $ flowed into a I V 4 _
saying, NOTHING ELSE TO BUY I __
_
I an, cock this hawk."' the promise of sprin 1 f small tank of water nearby
Had a real treat Sunday, a boiled in the beautiful yellow of the The mixture, of hot sand and .
woman it for
a
,tfew stalks of fresh asparagus ,
jasmine. water
caused "steam
1 I and the [ a eaplosion" -
more she boiled
from a planting of roots we '. 'I'
-
i I and was thrown;
tougher it
''made about 12 got. I j Model SK65
years ago. and S ,e I II j Mechanization of tobacco violently tin McGee's direction '
'which every year continue to I! harvesting and curing is mov i too. quickly for him to escape. ,
(suPPlY us with a tantalizing It's mighty hard to fast : $
ing now. and one tobacco He was carried immediately : $11995.
:amount of the delicacy. We dog to do any work, combine on''the market promises to Bradford County Hospital 5'V ,
often wonder where the .
planted the roots about 18 eliminate
i to hand labor rj and then transferred to the
l I
.Inches deep and very year pression, "leading a dog's and gather iip'to: live acres in.. University of Florida Medical .. i .t..Payments As Lw As $$.jO '

:the patch gets overgrown,' came from. This a day. Then,>too, bulk curingof Center,, at .Gainesville. V Aft ; D
example we heard of a 4r LqH'.Down Payment reTr a (and we think the asparagus is the crop will make a, thing : His condition at first was f

!crowded out but next year test in which we were to of the past the familiarsight I described, as critical. Reports .,:. : J'

'there' are some'. new young our dog's paw print in a of a group under a big Thursday.morning said he was F 6 .. .
test for lot of,
a big .
fstalks. oak tree "stringing tobacco." "holding his owm"McGee : '. .
and we had a merry time .. -
5 e V .
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resides on Highway 4' : .
,
The.berry fields are.pretty. t ing to get that mutt Man went around the world 100 southeast Starke with : -. "., 1'-' .
Y .l .
these loaded with to let himself be I tiiI f. '\
sight -
days ... in 88 minutes last week, but his wife and six children { ., V
'bloom and small fruit and, if !!f r old Nature is taking her time '. .

,this weather holds up it wont'1'' We finally got it only ,- according to'regulations be-I, .<-:;- '\ Model ;

'be' long before picking time agreeing to furnish him yond our knowledge. It maybe In Co.BtT J.d ;rt' Coart. IN .. SK70.

I will be here in Toll .swing. j 1 bone a day if he wins mighty warm right now And fie .Bra4frd Cart .- ; V-_

e.e. j|., prIZe' [with a suitable and it feels like,spring.la here 'Inltla. \ '<

Saw a big hawk [redshouldgred -I tion, of 'course, for his but we notice, that the: pecans Peterson In re Estate deceased.of Frank O. :.' :__

we think) at our: .place of the' income' tax]. ;j' and other slow pokes are still 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,
If $
;and told the Charley Shuf-i I I! e | biding their time before an All creditor*, of the estate oft r $29 _

A r fords about it. Mrs Shuford 1 We. listened carefully nouncing the arrival of the t hereby Frank Oo'Pft notified 9fln and, deceased tequirrd, are to t _

file any claims or ..demandswhich .
they 'may bare against Model SK675 ,With -; "" :t. Mahogany _
said estate in the office of the :,0. .j. .
I :THE BRADFORD COUNTY .
TELEGRAPH -
county; ;judge of Bradford
ESTABLISHED 1879 .. .:,' Florida, in the court $ .Radio : / -. Payments as low as
count'at Starke, Florida within $14995 V
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FLOEIASSQ mast f stat the place itf ? res Payment After Low Down PaYmention'y
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CageesWininaln Bullington Sets -

BEAUTIFUL IffENTERTAINMENT > 3 Grand: ,Opening' :;;:

.. ; GE Dealership It"
u : Three Games i II
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Bullin on's Appliances I Ihew' I

l Bradford's junior varsity tfraler j franchised in Starke.General is having ;
Curtis Mathe.s f CO.
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cagers wound up' their season j t .rand opening this weekend .

: this week' by winning their j i e 1 100 West Call St. The : ( )
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final three contests over Keystone -j )
I' ings have been thrown Co.
Lake Butler, and Lake S
> : gether by removal of a ,
Fronts
City for a 15-7 overall recordThe :
tion of the wall.
,fr T HOME CENTERS Baby Tornadoes top Air. Bullington ;! For
I' : ped Keystone cagers February >R. a za .' that Roman Ah'arezill !

--' r I IN MAGNIFICENT WALNUT ,15 with Harold 'Bishop's 13 b :age the appliance 353
HARDWOOD : points. leading them to a 48- | which will offer the -- -

: 38 victory. Robert Moody and I GE line of ranges, ref _-
CABINETS, STYLED IN AUTHENTIC.'DANISH Ernest Jenkins had 8 each'for tors', television, hi-fi and '

_ I : Starke while Jimmy McMur- appliances. The firm will I

II I try had 10 for Keystone. offer complete service of

MODERN ;I The'team followed that win thing sold. Mr. Bullington

I: last Saturday. with'a.' 42-33 Rev. Worstall A ,unique "Dutch Auction .
: victory over Lake Butler behind with prices going down :

Gary Cole's 12 point Assumes Duties i i Jay is now in progress at
: high. Barry Firth had 7 and ;iington's: Gift Shop. The
I Richard Wainwright 5 for the At- Keystone j!prize being offered at

t locals. Bill Lockerman had 13 ,,ten Appliances during the '
zs DIRECT PURCHASE for Lake Butler. Rev. William W. Worstall| :ing will be the choice of a j i
assumed his duties as vicar of i
FROM THE WORLD'S Traveling to Lake City |portable TV or a $200
i Monday night for the season's St. Anne's Episcopal Church''jring.i ij I Second prize is a $
LARGEST MANUFACTURER finale the j i in Keystone Heights on March' i watch
: I Baby Tornadoes : and several other
barely skimmed by with at 11/ His last assignment was as',i uable prizes are offered.

__1 i-___' a .OF HOME ; three margin 49-46 escape.Bishop's headmaster of Grace Chapel i; Everyone is invited to :
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Parish in Jacksonville
Day School '
ENTERTAINMENT : 14 points led Starke 'for the prizes and it 13
where he had served
while Moody with 12 and | necessary to make a
-' CENTERS IN Jenkins with 10 supplementedhis since April 25, 1960. Before''i; Frt refreshment will
effort. that he was rector at St. Stephen's i J j be
Hines led the Tigers served during the
GENUINE HARDWOOD
< Church in !
with 25 points. Episcopal. 1'' on Friday and Saturday.
CABINETS ,I The. Baby Tornadoes scored i, Cincinnati Ohio. i

a total of'801 points over the f The new pastor will conduct.! AT THE TABERNACLEi
si 1 entire season. Bishop led with I his first service at the church i
i on Sunday:! March 4. i
184 j three
points just more Gospel
i than Moody's 181. Andy He and his wife, Joanne, j gioup; has a busy schedule :
Strickland had 77; ErnestJenkins and infant son. Mark will reside 1'i'! the weekend, starting with
Full StereoPerformance in the! A. E. Bachmann
; 68; Richard Hobbs I Bible Quiz contest

> ', I [injured the latter part of home. on, Lake' Keystone. night.Dr.. !
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The Oxford I the season and on the varsity f Harry McGee
23" Televisionciinr
Big i for several games, 65; Barry Bill' Williams the Sunday morning
In Walnut !
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;, 1: : i Firth 54; Gene Pass, 52; j < and in the afternoon the pastor .
'14L (With Trade *) Diamond j Stylus* I Gary Cole, 27; Richard Wainwright Of Bedford LakeServices and congregation
i 19; Joe Brown 16; Johnstown Baptist Church arrived
On Upton & Kingston
i Jeff Warren, 11; Donnie Bag- HeldJohn to see the painting
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Payments as low as $17.54 ;,: well, 6; and Mike Willis., 1. Mrs. Amy Stewart Fletcher
Equipped for Multi::
I the Tabernacle. A group
;" '.., plex Adaptor Unite S. (Bill) Williams, of
Penney Farms also came during
'.x\O (FM Stereo) I Homecoming Set I Bedford: Lake and :Miami died i
the afternoon for the
$ In MahoganyWith At HeilbronnFor 'j i Monday, Feb. 19, at his homeIn i j
purpose.At
- $22995 Trade : Full Four Speed Au. Miami after a brief illness. :
( ) This Sunday Wednesday I 4 o'clock Rev. Bob Badsett
tomatic Services were held -
Changer
at the Philbrick'Miami i\\ with members of
Feb. 21, I
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with: Deluxe Turntable I
'
low Homecoming will be cele- ] Shores Chapel with Dr.i
Payments as as $15.95 I congregation, were present
h : brated Sunday, March 4, at H. Floyd Folsom, pastor of conduct an impressive baptismal
f ; Heibronn Baptist Church and Miami: Shores Baptst Church, ,,
'. Preset Fine TV Tuning .I all present and former mem- ;j:officiating.I service.At .

-." ..,.- -. ._..'---.... :, hers are cordially invited to I j Graveside services were held the evening hour, Dr.McGee

7 i. attend. i j at 2:30: p.m. Friday, Feb. 23. brought a message
All Hand Wired Horizontal Dinner will be served after :U\\n the Thomas-Cato Cemeteryat the relation of the Bible i
Power Trans.former I the morning service, and the 1 1 1I Alachua. Rev. Carl Clarke
"" I mental health.
Chassis Bradford Union Singing Coni! i pastor of the Hampton Chris-
,iaisssirTyaaaf, .. ,w+W' Fitwwniiiiis+ w i
.. ,--w.ya. x?' : vention will have charge of the I i t tion Church conducted the

1 : musical program, morning and j i graveside service.
Volts of Picture
!' :.4 :t:;;. : ? 23,000. ATOR AUTOMATIC:
.,: ,1r...,. ra ro,, _. l..s Power afternoon. ; :!
Special singers from North Bowlers Transmission. Service

.,.,.,.. ? I Florida: and South Georgia are I II Lady I Complt'tf'utoma1ir
P. .. Hidden Controls, I
; Contests
Open
expected and all interested :
persons ;
&E Located
R Conveniently .
... ., t but' .* are urged to attend. At Bowlero Lanes Transmission Service j'V'. m.
Away "
I S..3.i -w.= + -. .. t., All special singers care; askec'to'contaet E\ehange Units Repairs
From'Playful' Handson
1 l.., i /'R. Parts
= R '* D Redding upoiarrival .The first Starke Ladies BowlT.eaei1q -
M-------- Upton :Model ..1' at the church. All Work On Premises
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) opened, play last
.. :' 19 S. E. 2nd Place Gaint>','
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]Friday night at the Bowlero
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) .-., '- -'--. -. .",,',>.," 6' Speaker Performance Albert' Tiska ,, nesville, with 21 women i PHONE 37303X2rDOHWETHIS
bowling: for their -handicap.
r I .. Lavonne .Jackson had the j
I 51"WIDE x 30" HIGH x 18" DEEP Two 12" Speakers, I Of Lawfey,64i ,highest single'gante, with a 153?, !l

Four -Speakers i id Elaine Griffis proved to be! HANDY : l 1C
Albert Charles Tiska 64, I the best average bowler, withi!
GAS OJ) TAP
'I i died Sunday at his home hi 128
The Upton Full FM Hi Fidelityand i average from games ofj
Jo ,,' AM Full Fidelity i Lawtey after a heart attack. l 137, 139, and 109. 1' JUST TURN IT ON

PAYMENTS AS LOW .. ....:, Radio I: Born' April' 25, 1897. at Fort The! league will start this'I ANDSAYSIDgAP/( Side
'. $$36995' : Jefferson, N. Y., he had lived ?riday at 7 p.m.. and all bowlers ", -
AS $19.95AFTER '
":, DOWN : .. Radio Huninffeye'Indicator j in Lawtey for: the past ten must be ready to bowl at ,=zr&oA1bt1R Ic
.- j years, coming there from New that time. !j jAll n r,1
(With Trade *) PAYMENT or TRADE :,.'" on Upton I York. He was a member of the? bowlers are asked to. SERVICE 1c
and Kingston
.. ......;. :' I Episcopal Church and was a meet in front at Setzer's storei i
; "- ". I Veteran of World War I. 'I i for the .ride to Gainesville.
.. ,:& ',' : ; 14 Tube Radio Chassis I ISurviving is his 'wife, Mrs. I Ij

4''I : Plus 17 Tube j, Isabel Sacco Tiska' of Lawtey; |J' 11 Woods Fires '! t o
: TV Chassis two daughters, Mrs. Marguerite 0 o ,

_ 1 _ _ L--__ :. on Upton :Model) 1 Berger- of Bluepoint, Long Burn 60_ Acres :i 60008As

(.I' i 4 : Island, and Mrs. Dolores Morin -' I In Past Week I

One Year Pictue' Holtsville, Long Island; I ... .
_ : Tube Guarantee; 'y i I one brother, Irving L.' Tiska,I Florida Forest Service Headquarters -I' -
.; ..a ; Plus 90 Days on all Brooklyn N. Y.; and five < in Bradford County"etorts ForDependab1e
(
_ ,_______ _i Parts and Labor j grandchildren' -. 11 fires with 60 acres,
IS ; :.' ; \ INCLUDED' Funeral services were held l burned during the past week.! GasSERVICE
... .h i at' 10 a.m. Tuesday in Jones There have been 62 fires since; '
I Memorial Chapel with Rev. Jan 1 this year, as compared; c
: : 19 The Kingston Hd i Raymond E.. MacBlaine of -I with 27 during the same period!

iattng. After services here, the\
I After Hours Call
.H "THE.KINGSTON" N. Y. for burial. year as Compared: with 188 dur-
t" *' I i! 3 ing th/ ame time last year. Bill at Keystone $

: AS SHOWN AYorld'a..Finest:- !, !f TTTYTTTYYYTYYTVYTYTYTlBaylessHiway I 4609Bottled
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METHODIST
$$59500: (WITH QUALIFIED All the above features !i CHURCH I a
TRADE PLUS 17 'tube (Radio

Chasis .. Plus 17 tube TV Schedule for week of March BulkMetered
Chassis all hand wired! By Mrs.> A. C. End 4: j

; IN DANISH MODERN Two 12" Speak.rrs., Twd Sf!. '.u..a..a..a. .a. .a..a..a..a..a..a..a..a.u'.a..a..a..a. Sunday Church School,'! :
$49595 Two 5" Speakers. .
Speakers ?
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: WALNUT : By Mrs. A. C. Ellis 945;: a.m. Morning Worship) .
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11 ajn: Snack Supper for]
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The Gordon .Jones family ,MYP, 6 p.m. Youth Meetings.j RANGES
moved to Starke at 526 .
'. ((6:30: Junior Choir *
-T pjn. rehearsal -j REFRIGERATORS
Clark
St., last week. f
Compare these outstanding values with competitive SELECT FROM: Si: RKE'S The community -: 7 p.m. Evening Worship -I i
.. misses them and we J i 7:30 pjn. 'j j ji WASHERS

gI models. selling at $200 to $300 more, and you will under AntEs MATHES I .DIS. hope home.: they enjoy their new;i I' .Monday Circle 2 WSCS:I I I DRYERS{ !

PLAY ALL FINISHES. .. Harvey. Ellis nephew of A. meets in Fellowship Hall 3 *
; HEATERS
I. stand why your trade must be worth. at 1 least $55 '" C. Ellis and his recent bride i j 1 p.m. with Mrs. F. C. Hollings-
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- I INCLUDING MODELS IN !+Q from' Miami were guests of the! worth and Mrs. W.B. Parks as i HOT WATER

A. E! Ellises last week. j ]hostesses. Official Board t' HEATERS
; FRENCH PROVINCIAL We are thankful that our!: j meeting, 7:30 |

'h NODOIYN: PAYMENT (MterTrade) CHERRY AND EARLY pastor's.wife. Mrs. C. A.Cros-j j Tuesday p.m.Circle meets'at r r f

by. Is home and getting along) the home; of Mrs. E. L. Matthews i ;

AMERICAN HARD ROCK well alter her recent surgery,, ; 10 am.. with Mrs. W.

; I .NAME YOUR OWN TERMS : in Jacksonville. ] :E Middleton. co-hostess. i i ii S
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> \ Attendance at church was*' Wednesday': Circle- '3Imeets
,[good last Sunday. Regular i ] at home of Mrs. Vernon!

,]services this week. Prayer i ;bmucker,, 10 ajn. Prayer!
'n tri ;}Service and Study Course on|';Meeting* and Bible Study!! i
Jeremiah continues Wednes- 7:3ci pjn. j j

:iday night. We extend a hearty Thursday Chancel. Choir j I Il S 1C

?;welcome to attend all services l"i :rehearsal. 7:3Tpjn{ : ,.
Please'jet. me know the'I!7'

i ,I news the community needs so AMBULANCE SERVIC'E II
:- that I may get it published
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t H .. 0281. i C. Jones Funeral ,Home

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rounds and two spent shells, fired- He could not see the

; Reddish Trial I indicating that it had been I Reddish home from where he Pro lessors, I Mixed Bowlers 90 days in jail. Committment, public i intoxication; five days in
I withheld on jail sentence from i .
I fired twice. The two spent !I '-1 Start Schedule jail.
was working he said and day-to-day. i ii

; In Third shells, could possibly be one! I paid no attention when he -j "Lawtey Tied i! i Griffis Brothers, failure to I!I Jack McFashion. Negro public -
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Day r I The :Mixed Doubles Bowling; intoxication
forfeited bond
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premise for Reddish's claim of ;, heard the first shot fired. In i pa) city utility tax on bottled::
Cage Play League stalled its schedule, '
|' i|gas sold inside town limits,!: of 127.50.Thomas.
self-defense. I When the second came, approximately 'last Friday night with teams;!
Continued I .
; From Page 1] I j fined $37.50.Ernestine Moore Pownall reckless -
20 seconds later HRVRSIR '1.1 and 2 defeating the other"
.I -James Fraser of Macclenny, Lawtey and the Professors j Barnes. Negro, resisting -,
I the defendant's,nephew, turned -:I who was working in a nursery> according to Fraser, he heard 1jLrJ are tied for first place in the .'[two teams at the Bowlero Lanes'|\' arrest by striking a police Sam driving, fined $27.50.
Gainesville. Bennett.
Croft's pistol and the shotgun plot approximately 500 feet; : someone yell for help and ran City Basketball League with In officer, fined $17.00. Negro driving
.I' J lust two weeks to Both Team 1 defeated 4 by a score!' without license, forfeited bond
I : go. ; Ernestine Barnes
over to him when he out of the field Negro. disorderly -
b artrived -:j from the Reddish home where where he could of 4-0, while team 2 defeated I',
'I teams have 5-1 records with 'j conduct by use of of $27.50.Sam .
I I ; at the scene. He said the the shooting took place testified -f see. four more to be | ? by the same score. i' pro-
games played. !lane and indecent .
ij ; language, Bennett, Negro r.' ,lKi
j;; >istoi contained four live_ that he heard three shots;j He said Croft was lying on Third place is held down by : The high and low man for I fined $27.50.Ernestine. ;
It ,:__ the week was Jimmy Rowe with arrest by running, forfeited
I the ground by his car where Stricklands with a 4-2 record,'I ; Barnes, public intoxication -
IT I 'games: of 191 and 90. bond of .
"'I he and tied for fourth place are fined $27.50 sentence -, $27.50.LAUREL
was found later and that ;
._ I 1:7: u.Tp1 'I i iI .j i Harold Davis had the highest L,
j Jackson Stallings and the Jaycees. suspended.
was kneeling behind I:
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average scores' MISSIONARYBAPTIST
i the patrol car looking through t The Seniors with a 0-6 record I. of 188, 175. and 156, for an 1' Alma McKinney, disorderly

TERWILLEGAR i its windows toward the house. are in last place. 1, average 173. conduct. by fighting, fined CHURCH

; Fraser, at that point, ran for I ; i i ,The bi game will be played i 1 June Norman had the highest L $52.50.Will :
his truck Harris disorderly con- Sunday Sunday School
to aid. '
summon with
I Monday night. the Profc- game for the ladies with a 170.,,
While he duct by fighting, fined 10250. 9:45: a.m. Worship 11
the a.m.
was cranking }
sors challenging Lawtey at 9 but Neoma Nelson had two ;;
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20
I: truck, he said, he heard the Allowed o'clock in the high school gym games of 167 and 162 to take 1' Evelyn Johnson, Negro, disorderly Evening Worship 7-

: third shot and saw Jackson | Winners of this game could go 1 1 the highest average with 165. : conduct by fighting Wednesday Prayer Meet-

: falling to the ground. He rushed -: ;\, Nine BHS Science Projects all the way and win the second:STANDINGS W L GB lined $37.50.Nathaniel. ing 7 p.m.

i on to Raiford to get help :! lalf. I Team 1 ____-_______ 4 0 Solomon Negro

i he said, meeting Raiford and i j i Are Selected For The Professors won the first Team< 2 -------------1 0 -

Marshburn Reddish. who were I>, State Fair half. !Team 3 ____-___....__ 04 4 WATCH FOR:

'on their way to the Reddish I STANDINGS W L GB;: Team 4 . . 04 4 TERMITES
home. i Bradford High School'science : 14;" John Wager, 10, 'A His- Professors ______ .___ 51 Top Three Men Bowlers A\R. -, ., "
j J ANNUALLY
:. In other testimony Wednesday -j, s department made a tological Study of Ranna Lawtey ------ .---- 51 ,i Harold Davis __...,_______ 164 '

: Dr. Robert E. Klein, good showing at the Region Catesbiena;" Mike Hitchcock,, Stricklands -------_ 42 1 I[ Bill Nelson _____________ 16;)

: pathologist at the University I IV Science Fair held here last 10, "Familiar" Florida Amphibians !Jaycees ___________ 24 3 !|I Buddy::: Elliott . . . 138
: of Florida Medical Center and Thursday and Friday by tying ; Bemie Collins, 12, :; Stallings --------.... 24 3 I Top< Three Ladies Avg.

for best over-all projects and "Blood Typing and Coagula Sfeniors _____...____ ,
f Alachua General Hospital in 0 6 5 I N oma Nelson _n___....__ 150, OWNERS
;: Gainesville, said he performed I! nabbing nine of the 20 open- tion;" Vickie Devrick, 11, TOP SCORERS i'June Norman _____-______ 143 II

I autopsies on both Croft and : ings for the state fair in April. "Physiology of Muscle Cells;" !| John Bates, Lawtey 233'M' ary Jarvis . . 121 FIFTY
I Jackson. He said both died Linda Wasdin, BHS senior, !' and Kay Garbett, 10, "Long, j i points. j I Top Couples Average MILLION

!: from their gunshot wounds. I [shown above] tied for best !i Leaf Pine. ,: Doug Lowrimoie, PrOfessors,' Bill and Neoma Nelson __ 158

' GO PRICES ON j He recovered buckshot and over-all project of the senior Nine other counties com-lJ|223 points. ',June Norman and Harry DOLLARS!

'I : two discs of cardboard, division with her "Bone peted in the fair besides i ;i Bob Regen, Professors, 203 I I:!! Lovell -_____..__________ 136 ,
,i thought to be wadding from Studies." She shared honors ,, Bradford and' over 300 projects points. ;:Mary and Frank Jarvis __ 127 Fkridci Pest Control
with Nancy Howard of Live were entered in the contest Dewayne Elder, Stricklands
1 the shell from
Croft's
: body Cr Che'micsl C-\.
USED CARS i; and two sizes,, both birdshot Oak whose project "Compara-i j I 202 points. : MAYOR'S COURT !

1 :; and buckshot, from Jackson, I tive Embryology" was also Malloy, Stallings, 167 points.

i f Dr. Klein reported. considered tops by the judges. I Gay's Appliances Franklin Tomlinson, Stallings,':| Starke Mayor Randal Chitty RE

i i BHS freshman: Micky Dans- 163 points. !i:heard 13 cases in Mayors

$ Falcon TudorDeLuxe !! W. B. Sewell Opens by who also had a winning !I To Celebrate Buddy Elliott, Jaycees, 161 L ,Court in a busy night Monday. '" Inspection D'At 964.3965

$1.495--1961 project last year, tied for best 1' Grand Opening points. i! lola Littles, Negro, sale of and
J
I; Real Estate Office over-all project in the junior:,' Jim Temple, Professors, 15 ttapoints. I:, '( pl'id whiskey in a dry county -, i/ Estimate

Trim and Radio : division with his work on I Gay's Home Appliances at I I I 1 fined; 200 and sentenced to,
W. B. Sewell this week announced -, "The Moon And Its Effects." 355 N. Temple Ave. will celei Townsend Strickland, Strick-; ..-- --.,- \

!' the opening of a real I He also had to share honors;i brate its grand opening on Sa ti I lands, 153 points.Horticulture. i iI i

1 : estate office at 426 K WalnutSt. with Jimmy Ellis of Live Oak: ; urday, March 3, in its newly! 'I

$$1695 -- 1960 Ford Country I I who won with his "Isolation'L j!' redecorated and enlarged store.I II ClassI I

:Mr. Sewell came to Starke and Observation of Common LI I'I! Adolph Gay, owner of the)
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25 years ago from Bartow to Molds." j| biuineis, has served Starke and' To Meet Monday

Sedan Station Wagon, Fordomatic, I help in the preparation for the J I vicinity as an appliance dealer I'I'I
Miss Wasdin, besides tying
Radio, Heater and Power Steering. opening of the Florida Bank: for best over-all project in 1 ,]' for 23 years. Associated with Plant propagation will be 20 Words or less, one time -----____-__ .93 Memorials, Resolutions! _.- '__._ 5c per word

at Starke on March 1, 1937. him is Eugene Tanner in the!! the topic of the adult horticulture ]If not paid in advance ________ 1.00 Cards
Thanks
the senior division, also won -------- of up to 30 words ____ 2.50
1958 .: He retired as president of the first place in her particular ekctronics division, and Cecil(!, class meeting this :Monj j Keyed or Blind Ads -----------_______ 1.00 Over 50 words ______.. __.. __ 5c n word
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day at -
$ night 7:30 in
$895-- Fordor the
Plymouth bank in October, 1954. In L i Leach in the white goods and i : ag- I, Each additional
April, 1956: he was issued a real division which was medical I j t air-conditioning division. :A1r.j 1 riculture building at Bradford \\ord over 20 -----_____ 03 Display ads in Classified ____-_ 1.30 per inch
t science. For both awards she ,i ,
estate brokers certificate by : Tanner has many years expericnce [-, High School. FOR SALE 4 pure bred
won a blue ribbon, L FOR RENT 5 room and WANTED
V-8 Automatic, Radio and Heater. the Florida Real Estate Com. a gold, in electronics with the I U. Ag Instructor Paul Hutchins, Black AnFtus. Bulb. See Lubath, furnished apartment. \ Cook. waitress
mission. science fair pin, and $40 cash.i! S. Army, as well as with the' instructor of the class along cian Cornier at farm on Hot and cold water. Gas ; and curb sirl. Applv in person
BHS students going to the State of Florida. Mr. Leach hasj with M. B. Jordan, ornamen- Bayless Hhvav or write P. O. heat. 121 South St. Phone after 10 a.m. at Herb's Drive
Associated with Mr. Sewell I State Science Fair in Pen- I' Box 703. Starke. 4tcrm 3-15 964-5541 after 3 _Inn It"
-1958 al p.m. Up _
$$1 095 Ford Country :'will be H. G. Bellinger who' sacola April 4-7 been associated with Gay's over;, horticulturist at the I 1 -
are Dansby
Mthe| past eight years. i j State Prison at Raiford, invites i. FOR SALE-Registered Angus
recently reigned l'epresen.1
as Wasdin, Martha Long, senior i i OCALA NATIONAL WANTED TO RENT Furnished Bulls. Also
tative for United The Gay firm was recentlyfranchised ) anyone interested in the : some baled hay.
Sedan Wagon, Fordomatic, Air- I,cy. Farm Agen "Reactions Acid on Silver;" j I as a Zenith dealer'! class to bring any gardening FOREST Lawtey.cottage Starke or house or Kingsley vicinity J. B. White, phone 964-1651

Conditioned. Jimmy Fox, junior,. "Carbon : problem. The is invited CAMPSITES j Lake for 1 UchgWAITRESS
:I and as a Frigidaire dealer i in public 80 x 100 or 2 months by re- "
addition to the other line car- i at no cost, Hutchins stressed1 | tired couple. Must be clean Wanted apply
, MONEY TALKS! !I ri'-d by the firm. 1 He says he hopes to have the i $20 4198 Down Cash or and quiet. Phone Lawtey 782- in person at Garden Restau-
; $9 mo.
$1295 -1960 Ford FairlaneFordor I, There. will j be' free gifts for class every Monday night if Access to Launching 3385. Up .rant. Itchg: J
the ladies attending the grand there is enough Interest shown ;' Ramp'on Oklawaha River. ALL TYPE LAWN MOWERS
!opening on in the ANGUS HASTINGS FOR SALE Like new dou- SHARPENED. FACTORY
Saturday. Specialitems course. I
With Heater. BARGAINS$ FOR CASH :I will be on sale, availableonly Box I 40EejrtJlccoyFla._ ble gauge Laundry and all tubs.fittings.Heavy Also WAY.nhone 964-1441.CALVIN JOHNS.

: during the opening event,| Tag Sales Up FOR RENT-3 bedroom attractively roll-away bed with mat- tfchg

I| and Mr. Gay states that tremendous furnished cottageon tress. Reasonable. G. Kauf- ADULT EDUCATION COURSES -

$$895 -- 1959 Ford Fordor V 8 Westinghouse Space Mate.Automatic '1 bargains on the firni'' !Ii Over Last YearTax Kingsley Lake. Year round I mann.Phone 717 W. Cypress St. EVENINGS. :MONDAY
rates. Central 964-3544. ltchg THROUGH THURSBAY All
S a i!regular items' :will also be C ; heat. Call 969- I I
LAUNOROMAT 18888 ;fered on easy terms, Saturd1 : :' Tax Collector J. R. KellY's! 1491. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. TRAILER PARK High Courses.School subjects.Conversational Business -

Custom 300 Two-Tone and Heater. only. office sold 4,667 automobile license tfchg.f | Large lots with patios available i Spanish. Mechanical Drawing

Westinghouse Electric 40 Gal. Round i During the opening even itHerb's tags before Tuesday's SINCE I Close to down townshopninz. i Testinsr services. White stud-
i Drive-in, Februray 20 deadline for an in- Chiropractic methods i Westmoreland: I ents: contact L. H. Gibson.
: WATER HEATER next door to restore health after other i Trailer Park Westmoreland I USO Bid .
S888 : the appliance crease of 233 over last year'sCounty ? Office. Neero students -
store, will offer methods fail
NEW&USED you need to check: St. phone 969-2151. tfchff I : contact Prof. Eddie
I hot dogs and Pepsi-Colas at a '4'444'I your insurance policies to be I I Tbompkins. RJE Hizh: Schooltfclir.
I combined I j fees more than doubl- sure you are not limited to; COLORED
5' 6. Westinghouse Full Width Oven price of nine cents. GIRL -Does nice <
CARS & TRUCKS : An invitation is extended rj' ed over last year at $2,333.50 hospital care but provide forcare ironing at her home. Contact**

30 IN. RANGE u. 17888 i'the public to visit the new and! 'since,, a new law increased the Chiropractors in your office.home We or the her at 415 West Utah St. : FOR RENT 3 room furnished \
; will t
.t tax 2tP 3-1 upper apartment. 304 Wai-!
collector's fee for _
TO ; selling : j
SELECT FROM j enlarged Gay's Appliances during gladly check your policies for I j nut-St.. Phone 964-1425. Up
Westinghouse the.opening. Complete details the tags from 25 to 50 cents. you. The Bollinger Chiropratic :'TAILORED MADE Drapes';" l''
15 Cu. Ft. I be Clinic is onen evenings till 9 and rods, XTre_ PPITCTV; <3hn1_ i HOUSE TRAILER fnr rent I
CHEST FREEZER 1 ____ may_ __H.H found in a full I IIk1e I' -,I n.m. 426 NT. Walnut.:--Phone ,, ler.. phone -'964-5934.' :''' tfchg. |I Can be l moved on your--Jot
36 Months to Pay 22888 auverusemeui on anoiner II'I 964-2881. 2tp 381'LARGE I !I I Phone 964-1651. J. B. White.
I page in this issue. 'I .r I WE DON'T l i.; Uchg
HOUSE FOR SALE- -
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Westinghouse 6 Speakers I Comolelely famished [i Sell you we help you buy.:.r!! STILL PAYING RENT?
i BHS Competing :I apartments] double caraee. ;' Good selection of new and[: After paying rent for five
Bank Financing CONSOLE STEREO 17888 i In District 1AVI 210 N. Cherry St. i'J used 8' and 10' wide Mo',/ years they said "we have
I Enjoy a home plus incame. I bile Homes. nothing to show for it." So
j Cage Tourney See J. R. Bullington Owner. t LAKE GENEVA why not pay the rent and at;
Westinghouse Instant On tfchg.I TRAILER PARK the same time be buying the
I house. Just $287.50 down VA
PORTABLE TV 19888 : Bradford basketballers will : NEW USED DESK FOR SALE j' 1 mi. SE of Keystone Hts.'I' or $425.00 ,FHA.

: wind up the 1961 cage season Phone: 964-9854. Uchgi ; on Route 100 I A. j; Thomas, Realtor

Of Course If You Have Good Credit this week with the. District FULLY AUTOMATIC'i!i I FOR SALE: Complete set tfchg i.I'i .. tfchgi

*jl Eiiaranleeil Itoiifj We're Open-Minded! Tournament Saturday in Wednesdaythrough Live Oak. ALL ELECTRIC 1!, World Britannica Atlas. 2 Encyclopedia dictionaries, 1 FOR SALE-Suburban Starke I j|i I I j futnished FOR RENT apartment.- 2 bedroom Close to
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and book case. Phone 964-8091. 200 X 30C wooded lots. Elec- :
shopping center Phone 964-
Many Other Comparable Values In Gas Appliances ; The Tornadoes were scheduled p' : tricity. ohone. i I i
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miles
iSEij! i out. 2 R81. HP
And Portable Appliances At The Home Of ; to meet Live Oak in the 'ft ( Take 100. Keystone Rd. to !
i I first game of the tourney WILL WORK after school. 1 ]Mail box 125-C at Pine Acres INCOME TAX SERVICEC.
Westinghouse in Starke Two high school seniors [RJE 1 j Park. .
;i yesterday at 4 pan. but the need work. Will Teens. Phone 964-7454. E. IIDTCIIRSON
do house
SATURDAYS
outcome was not known at t work 4tp 3-8
ironing.
or baby sitting ANT:
NORTH FLORIDA press time. Also scheduled to jobs. Well experienced. Call
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SUPPLY IMMEDIATE Opening for i Mon; Fri.; after 5 p. m.
964-1532 I
meet last or 964-9924.
night were P. K.
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man over 21. high school j Call 96Ml!
Yonge and Quincy and Santa 2tch 3-8 graduate and automobile! 521 Pratt St.
412
E. Call St. '
Fe vs. Lake City two tourneyfavorites. I FOR SALE : ]necessary. experience in lOcht 412FOR
MOTORS Phone 964-2113 C. W. Colson, owner j i I Ready mix conerete. concrete' i j' ;nancial field helpful. 11-1 I __

"You Can Be Sure If It's The Rebels are favored to block niers. fence posts. sand[ ,I j i vancement for nerson willing I
'Yestinghouse"WAYNE'S to
apolv SALE Rutgers Toma-
cement mortar mix rock steel I i.| themself. Contact i I -
.I win this y!ar's_ meet judging I oyster shell. Umprock. and roof,''Mr; C. E. Zipperer. 144 W toe Plants. $5 per 1,000 or 60c
I i by their 18-2 won-lost record. i id sraveJ. Phone 964-2521. tfchg'.i; !Call St. Starke or call 964- per 100. Ready, now. F P
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Quincy and Lake City are also -: Bradford Enrinefrinr Co. : I i I.i J 9091. 2tchg 2-1 : Flume 2tn 3-8

dark horse favorites to win. GOOD USED Ranges .WANTED: LISTINGS. FREEi'; FARM
CASH t and re-j
WE GIVE Quincy has last year's entire iterators at prices you can'i i !OPEN LISTINGS. NO SALE' Equipment: Tot
team back while Lake Cityis I afford. North Florida Supply i NO PAY. STBOUT REALTY. :. Flowing
SUPERETTE FAMILY STAMPS defending, champion.In I' 412 E. Call St. tfchs;I 1!I 'J. Hansen. Rep. 5 mi S. of'!' Plan ig
-: 'Starke on U. 8.
tonight's contests Perry I I'I 301. Phone : INDUSTRIAL
LADIES Are you in need of 468-1766. Waldo tfchg :,
will meet the Starke-Live Equipment
Oak I more money- Serve jour: For Ever/ Job

+ Orange & Madison Sts. _ _ winner will at meet.7 pjfi.Macclennny and Madison in hours neighbors as an during Avon Representa convenient: Only COLONIAL P. T. D. Florist FLORIST In Starke. Superior Tractor Co.

: the finale at 8:30r Final tive. Write or call Mrs. Mabel I Flowers wired any place. Flowers PHONE EV 8-67J2
C Gore Box 3617. Gainesville, for all occasions locally., 5333 W. Beam
NECKBONES a. game of the tourney betweenthe Jacksonrilii
a. 3LBS. Fla. Give directions to your Phone 964-6291. 506 East
two top teams is set for home and phone number. Nona. St. tfchzI ,

Fla. Grade A FRYERS a a a LB. .. Saturday at 8 pjn. 2tchg 3- : HASTINGS
I FOR RENT Furnished apart. MATTRESS

RIB and BRISKET STEW LB. Shoe ,Repair, i I WILL DO work in your home! I ments. Reasonable rates. Near & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
ADDING I I
_. MACHINES or mine. Westmoreland Trailer |s hopping center. Phone 983i -
Sliced BEEF r- Brooker Win Park 3rd trailer. Starke. Itp i 2011 or call at 213 S. Cherry 711 Lemon St. Palatk
LIVER - LB. I, Extra features extra fl&cUncy AT THE : i(St. [Shell Oil Co. Office.] tfchz Furniture Repaired, Up-
In Bantam FOR RENT2 bedroom unfurnished .
PlayCourt tOWESTPl1CEANYWHilLH.wtub4btat .. bolstered: & Refinished
Branded Dry Salt BACON LB. steel construction for durable, 964-4921.? apartment Phone, FURNISHED APARTMENTS:: MATTRESSES

Jf Shoe Repair defeated I I trouble! fr.. service. Perfect for bus* tfehe lights and water furnished, .' REBUILT
OLEO SOLIDS a a 2 LBS. I. Register 01114-12. and Brook' n eu offices ef every description, *tvj FOR SALE Qne Kelvinator I II j Inouire Euffinston Studio or New Innersprtags
j de*!s, reiailen, for everybody -do 10.5' c 321 West Madison St. tfchg and Box
refrigerator. SpringsDroVsACaroyaj
er won a close 15-12 decision I figures.I1 I I one 25,000 !iI
BOLOGNA .. . LB. over Local Finance In the I I heater BTU all automatic wall gas 11 I HAVE ROUTE r OPEN FOR
and
I1 a 20' Zenith Console
All Batam Basketball League ; FEATURE LADEN I TV receiver. All for 8000.- : MAN OR WOMAN. EARN F PALATKA EA 5-9166

: Meat SMOKED SAUSAGE LB. Monday afternoon in the : S-gle JroJte totcfPemauu I Rt. 1 Box 103.Starke. Fla. Itp i.l i'I IFURN1.SlIED I'TO$87.50 PER WEEK. AGE 30) STARKE 9(4-2934
65. WRITE: MR. MES. PEGGY '
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armory. I *.parted fop* GREENE.
TABLE 659 WEST
POTATOES 10 one bedroom PEACH-
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The standings are listed beJ J hotb.-. actioa TREE -
osg apartment for rent. W. H. ST. N. ATLANTA 8.
R. D. SALT a a a a 3 LB. BOX low with two games left toStandings' S Wfcaper-qwcf eperafe* Nollman. 510 N Cherry. GEORGIA. 4tch 3-1 WILL BABY SIT 1n my house.

play: tf.hIN : & do froning. Call 364-3524.
'r- EASY TERMS AT PEYTON FLORIST '.' A ", "
Jim Dandy GRITS a a 5 LBS. "W L GB : CITY POUND 1 black] 119 S. THOMPSON ST. 1tcht
: 'Register Oil Co. 52. and tan female Hound. 1 PHONE 364-1155 f BE SURE to see WORLD

GRAPE JELLY a a 24 oz. JAR I,i [Andrews Druss 4. 3 1 i I ,Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH short Owners haired German have Pointer.'I NIGHT 964-3291 or "'-lOZ2/!! / BOOK before buying any en-
Local Finance Co. 342; may bv paying DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS J cyclopedia. 11 A. Payne, your
advertising cost and board. We Wire Ftarerc Anywhere I I Itfchj local
'ft" M' Court Shoe Repair 2 5 3i j -I I Contact City Police. Itchg' I Box 603.representative Ph. 854-3794 since Uc11.rwqrsFn 195 .

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{ YYYTTTYTTTTTTTTTTT'I from Hampton's seventh and I on e.Ditch Clellan and two children moved ., ents, Mr. & Mrs. Carl Broughton. <. YVVYVYYVVYYYYYYYYY7YYT, 7:30 pjn. The public is cord- courtroom, in the courthouse,
I eighth grades won honorable I To Drain Swamp last weekend into the day.We ially invited. for the, following;
HAMPTON mention which were includedin : extend our deepest One Electric Typewriter with
sym-
Work was begun on Monday house next to Mrs.J. H. Saxonon Mr. & Mrs. Bill Tomlinsoc MAX V ILL E Little Johnny Wilkinson 21 inch carriage and Merit Pica
the pathy to
junior high school class the family of Joe Type.
i this week with
county drag the main street They have of Lake Butler, was visitingMr. celebrated his 9th birthday
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ification. who
passed suddenly The Board offers for trade in
By Sirs. D. E. Hill line on a ditch to drain the been living in Starke. & Mrs. Basil Davis Sun. away i I anniversary last Sunday when. one Royal Electric Typewriter,
fit By Mrs. C. B. NolanLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA at his home here Sun-
1 .....'..AA. Fifteen fifth graders enterud swampy area in the southwestcorner Mrs. H. C. Jernigan of day afternoon. day afternoon. I his parents, Mr. and Mrs. which may be seen in theClerk's
.4&4 office in the "
co rthouse.
projects in
the
bluewinner of the city, betweenthe Oscar
Clearwater was an overnight A. Melton & sister Wilkinson, and his The Board Reserves the rightto
Were
Wins Blue Ribbon exhibit. They included a railroad tracks and the e Claude North is now stationed grandmother, Mrs. Myrtle reject any and all bids.
guest here last
I week with th visiting Mrs. Liela Willis Mr. and Mrs. Homer
overthe Thomas (SEAL
at )
three-dimensional Fort Gorden
solar Ga. and
Hampton System junction of SR 18 and SR221. Dees and her family carried
Elementary School Raleigh Brannen Charles
family, and weekend. A Darby Clerk
are announcing the arrival
made of would love to
walked off with balloons, and a The ditch will run adjacentto visited in Gainesville with her I would like hear from any him on a picnic outing to 2-5 2t 3-2J:!
top honors in poster of the human heart and to take time! of a daughter Patricia Jo on of his friends.
the the F. P. Lott and Johnson mother, Mrs. Nora Layfield, here to Sampson Lake.
Bradford County Science blood say Happy Birthdayto February 11 at the Ed Fraser There will
circulation, by Sharon be a working at
Fair properties, and is to drain onto who is very ill at Alachua someone The District Basketball
last week in the elemen- Brown skeletons of special that has Hospital in Macclenny. the Maxville f
; a cow and Baptist Church
the southwest of the tournament will be held in
tary part Dan General Hospital. a birthday this '
division. Exhibits were Sunday. Hap Forrest E. Norman on Saturday, March 3.
explanatory poster by Jerry Johnson announces They Baldwin
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on Thursday
property. Draining of Friday
Judged'collectively by grades'aDd Brown, Tom Hardy and David Mr. and Mrs. Frank Har- py Birthday! the engagement of his are making several improvements -
this and
swamp area will also it Saturday March 13.
Hampton won'first for Henley; a clay volcano and ex is hoped aid in din of Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Colen Ratliff daughter, Carolyn, to Lacey there. 6t666Safety :

fifth grade: second for fourth I planatory poster by Deborah here, since mosquito control here Saturday with Mr. andMrs. and sons of Gainesville visit Ernest Wellhausen, son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Thomas CALL FOR BIDS
standing water ed his The Board of County Commissioners
grade K. B. Watterson. parents, Mr. and Mrs.
and third for sixth Hill and Patty Johnson; a col provides an ideal and Mrs. Ernest B. Well and family had as their of Bradford County,
breeding
L
grade. Individual exhibitorVACATION s lection of leaves by Mary Lou for Sunday visitors at the homeof E. Ratliff last Sunday. hausen of Maxville. The wed- guests over the weekend, Mrs. Florida will receive sealed bids .
ground
mosquitoes. A project Mrs. Leila at 10:00 o'clock on the morn
Willis
,,- Cooper; collection of insects of the Mrs. T. F. Brown were who has ding will be an event of Sat- Thomas' mother, Mrs. W. H. ing of March 6, 1962, in the
county commission,
"" '- --- --' and bugs by Jimmy Fulton and the work is being done in Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown of been on the sick list for the urday, March 3. at 4 pjn. in Rape of Roanoke, Ala., and
cooperation -
I Henry Rhoden; rock collec- with the Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. past week, seems to be some the Maxville Baptist Church her family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert -

tion by Irene Hart; poster on City Hampton E. L. Brown. improved at this writing. with Rev. R. L. Taggart reading Spivey and children and
Council and
I the various types of clouds by Mrs. Jessie Chastain directed commissioner by Mrs. Blanche Kirby and son daughters Mrs. Roy Starling and the wedding vows. All Miss Ann Clark of Columbus. Belts For Sale

II Randall Hayes; a sweet potato from Hampton.Last Terry of Gainesville visited enjoyed the sing at relatives and friends of the We are glad that Mrs. Fred i
Laurel
Church last
I HOMESFrom growing in colored water here Saturday with Mrs. Ina Sunday. young couple are invited to Lang is recuperating nicely ;;
I week several loads of Robert Cain of Gainesville I
I to show how water reaches Knight and son Ronnie. On attend. after undergoing surgery at 4.SO PER BELTPlus
clay were dumped on the visited his mother, Mrs.Horace
es leaves through the roots, by Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Mrs. Gene Eunice of High the Baptist Hospital last week. ;!
Hampton
1.1 Elementary School Cain, during the weekend. '
I
Paula McElroy; a question Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Joe land entertained at her home! Miss Nan McPherson has :
playground by the county com Mrs. Verdie Simpson of $1.00 Each if Installed
; and answer box about the Forsyth, last returned home form the Ed1Fraser '
and Mr. and Mrs. Saturday night with a
mission, to
Opalocka
renew the surfaceof visited her
state of Florida by Phyllis Jeff Green drove to Lake But mother miscellaneous shower honor Hospital in Macclennyand
I 4 9 the softball diamond basketball Mrs. Ed Parrish, last week. .
Meng; a poster on the solar and volleyball courts, with ler to visit the E. S. Souther- Bines Reunion ing Miss Carolyn Norman, seems to be getting along SALE STARTS MARCH 10

Month system by Raymond Rhoden; lands.'TTTYYYYTTYYYYYTTYTYT. bride elect. Games were play nicely. j I
and four experiments with air,, some used to fill smaller low Those attending the Hines ed and prizes were awarded Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters I During Annual Safety Drive
spots. Work in
reunion this
i4 by Ronnie Henley, fifth grade, spreading the year at the homeof after which the honoree : and family spent Saturday afternoon -
clay was carried out by Principal Mrs. Alice Starling here at
and Dennis Hall, fourth grade. opened her many gifts. De with Mrs. Dorothy Sponsored By
J. C. Graham
Hobbs and James were: Mr. & Mrs. Waters.
I| McKinney, school GRAHAM Dudley Hines, & licious cake, coffee, and drinks i
participated janitor, assisted ;Mr. Mrs. Leroy The >Maxville
were served to about 25 Assembly of
i guests. ,
I STARKE JAYCEESCentral
'iy/Av1. A by boys from the Hines Mr. & Mrs. Elvin God Church will hold'
: including a collection of cow seventh and eighth grade By Richard Cain Woodard, Mr. & Mrs. La- Friends of Leroy Griffis, now I
Good designs, plus good skeletons by Louise Batten; r who has been seriously ill in services weekly. Sunday
rooms.
verne Woodard &
daughter Sales Location North Fla.
II Karen J School each Sunday at 10 ajn.I Supply Parking
Breeden
and Medica.
building materials, blend Billy Personals Mrs. Mary Lou Dicks & children the Duval Center willbe t .
together to make the Rhoden worked with water- Richard May has taken over Mrs. N. J. Davis had as I all of Jacksonville. Mr. interested to know that he worship at 11 a.m., and prayer: Lot 412 E. Call Street
meeting each
finest vacation homes- melon seeds; Cheryl Griffis, management of the Claude Sunday guests Mr. & Mrs & Mrs. Wilson Hendricks & was able to return home Mon Wednesday ati I jj

for a weekend or an en- and Gail Saxon worked with May store, and Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Davis & son of Jack son of Fernandina Beach. Mr.

tire season down flower seeds; Stanley Jones, May and daughter are making sonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Al & Mrs. Frank Hines & grand- Florida
Billy Rhoden, and Alvin star- Pest Control offers the benefit of
through the their home there, while vin Davis of Gainesville. children of Micanopy. Mr. & you

years. ling had bugs as their project Claude May has moved into Mrs. Frank Jones of Gaines Mrs. Herbert LaMonda &

Give your family a vacation I and Elaine Youngblood a poster the house trailer on east Na- ville was the weekend guest of daughter & grandchildren- all

varree Street. Mr. & Mrs. H. E. Starling.Mr. of Orlando. Mr. &
Mrs.
for years to come on the sun and its effects Billy
by investigating now in I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Me- & Mrs. Carl Jones had White and children of Castle- Topnotch Ingredients in Piu1ii'C1I

one of the many models as supper guests Sunday Richard berry. Mr. & Mrs. Derrell Nettles 'vs
Cain and Mr. & Mrs. F. & children of Doctors Inlet .
r we can offer. -
B. Davis and children. Brother Sparks Wade ,t
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Today start LEADING AGENT J:1: Miss Sharon Cain was visit Thomas, & Mrs. Leola Hines I t -
thinkingof I f 1! Purina,i'slitsefforts
ing relatives in Gainesvillelast from Mt. Horeb Baptist ,'> ..,:
the fun you and + ; to bring the finest
your : ':d' you ingredientsavailable
week-end. Church. & >
Mr. Mrs. Lonnie ,oP. .' >
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family can have by Life And I'm glad to report that Ed Hines & son, Zach Robinson,I' in Purina Chows, has a v Y d'yAa l
talking over model Casualty network of ingredient buyers and
a to u: Parrish is much improved at Mr. & r irs- Fred White & >,+ .4 N a a '
fit your budget. Here'sa the time of this writing. His e Jackie, Mr. & Mrs. Napoleon "f' > \.\}> suppliers all over the world. t t .

return for your money Insurance Co. still in Bradford County Starling & Lavernne, Mrs. Leo i J "" \!
that no other item can Hospital, but we hope ,to see Hines & children, all of i '1" l, I catedatthemajorgramexchanges.t

give you. ,GAINESVILLE DISTRICTFor him home very soon. Gainesville. Mrs. Frances ,;{ A. >.{ and at Purina Mills across the

Weeklong guest of Mrs. N. Hines, Mr. & Mrs. Frank : M 'J country, often talk long distance ;
For Details J. Davis was Mrs. Lavada Thomas Mrs. Josephine + with Japan, Iceland, Norway and

CALL I I the past 21 years, Mr. George Wise of Jacksonville. Also Dortch, Robbie Hines & chil-. South America, all in a day's business. They are on : ,

Donaldson has made a leading record visiting with Mrs. Davis is her dren, all of Hampton. Mrs. the job all the time, hunting for the best sources of t

964-8641 sister, Mrs. Sarah Bear of Beatrice Hines & Richard highly essential growth and health ingredients, so a s. p

with our company here in the Starke Jacksonville. Mrs. Lottie Dau- Starling, Gloria & Rosa Lee vital for today's high-bred poultry and livestock. 3 .

OR and Waldo area. We are happy to announce pUn of Coffee Springs Ala McKinney, all of Graham.
VISITLaRue bama Whether you get 21 or 28 dozen eggs from a bag of ) w
willbe, Willard
spending a few Hines, Mr. & Mrs. .
I that he continues this finer .. feed;whether your calves develop into healthy,high- ,
weeks, with herrlster. Walter White ,Mr.,&, Mrs. ;
1mI ___ : ,;,",,, *-?esordbXbeing. theleadingageiitanth e,....un Jam'e i > taiing-of 'Gainesville 'WesleyHodge;;:"Mrr-& 'Mrs.; .)ft J1rm; 6r,w ether'Y out hog'3.put.on.a"of

ti uw State of Florida so far for 1962. was Thursday night Junior White & family Mr. Dowd pork rib 3 instead of 4 pounds of feed

I guest of, Richard Cain. f Mrs.' Proter Bruce, Mrs. vas directly traced back, to the.sources aid the :"

< M'. '&:Mrs; H. E.: Starling Della of tba tegrec&aai eed tiucr feed. t
Osteen Mrs.Martha
Corp : FOR YOUR LIFE'INSURANCE NEEDS was, at the home bf ,Mr. & Jane Brown & son, and Mrs. =why *std( =.Sa e ef Chows-taeler { Florida PestControl& Chemical Co

CALL MR. DONALDSON Mrs: B.-T. Thomas Sunday fora Betty Brown, all of High yea the benefit rf tqpnoich tejTodit&a. '
I birthday-party. They all ,Springs. Mrs. Lola Jones and 539 E.: CALL ST. PHONE'964.3965' STARKE, FL. .

400 W. MADISON AT 468.1015, WALDO, FLA. I had a nice time. children of Gainesville. All

.,.:_ _. _.. .. "I I Robert Broughton was home are reported to have had a . . . .: . Nr1r1.. .
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rain during the first three fertilizer oil my pastures. I
CHURCH OF GCU of town on left of the road.
,NEWS OF Willie Banks the 6 ft., 5 in. feel that by this
INTEREST TO COLORED weeks after planting followed I 'using byproduct 7:30: p. m. Evening Worship.
iCniZENS: OF BRADFORD' .senior sparked for the Tigersin by. 60-days with.no rain thy: on my own land I not. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Young People's Meeting

COUNTY both games thereby play- made an outstanding yield of j only improve the land but I Worship, 11 a. m. Su: lay Friday, 7:30 p. m. Sunday
Mil ing agreat"role in leading the excellent quality peasGet'. cut down on the cost of my Evening Service, 7:45 p.m.. ,
I [By Elizabeth drew: School, 10 a. m. Sunday Night I
II Tigers to their first conference some seed from.one, of your t chicken opera tion. p. m. Prayer Meeting; Friday,

It a A A A. A A .I. championship since 1953. ; local seed stores. Next week A fellow stripped by the oth- 7:45 p. m. Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone ;
The ,, Tigers who made the allconference'team J I'll ten you- about the- new r er day and discussed some con-!!
Carnation: All mem- Mr. and Mrs. Harry, Young.1 are RachaidChandler cordially invited to attend-
; : Climax.t servation pnactices. He
I 1 bers, and cream-seeded variety- remarked COXGIIEGATION'ALHOLINESS
especially all officers Last: Sunday Mr. DeSue was. Willie i .Banks\ and, Strawberry) Growers that ithe folks around' CHURCH Rev. Carl Edmondson pastor.
are,asked to meet at the
I Reno honored with'a dinner by.Mr. John Solomon. I cucumber here must- : wealthy the way North 301, 2 1-2 miles out
Theatre] oh March 5 .' ... Bean growers; I i
;,for a business meeting of vital and_ Mrs. Stanly Monroe. k of Coach Jake Bradley enjOYed i growers, pepper gtowers, sweet they burn off .their valuable -
quite a successful year 'at :, .Bj G. T. UUIgQ'County 'and Umber land. I
'importance, W. Putnam Hall. corn 'growers; any growers, all crop
Mrs. Brooks Clarence De- ,
president Mrs. Sue president Gladys Btye,1 RJE, especially since his:boys'won j/ Agent growers of produce for market t|' E L. Lanuih'made a request I IfOf'a
; Alma. _Jenkins_ ; 'I''I'j i
theconference champ- 'I
soil and
| capability
reporter.: reporter.Tigers mark March' 9th on your cal- map r
ionship. He and hls boys will !
I for his place located in the t ti
The Fiesta Social & Saving Are Champs, leave: Thursday for Fernan-. endar. J JOur I' New River section. He is planning -

1; ; Club,,met Saturday night,! The RJE Tigers hustled diva where they will participate -"{ Starke, Bradford t on a cow-calf programon
,...Feb. 24". &: the Water Oak I through two extremely, tough : in the Class B State County Chamber of Commerceis his farm.

Club House. The.% president games' to become championsof Tournament which starts arranging a meeting for us James Waters is using one of'' '

and. members. are"'grateful'to. the Group 3, Class B WestI Thursday and extends through.! on packaging farm'produce for the District seeder cultapack-'' NATURAL
*;Dave, two couple join the em Division basketball tournament Saturday night. I market. Big 'store' representatives ers to plant Argentine and a
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i, c'luJJ.1 The.joining ,fees were I which was held last Fri-'_ The Tigerettes were not Wilt:*:wlili, s. This can Pensacola,Bahia seed. Waters

f. ''received. on the last meeting'I'day and Saturday at Winston -J completely left out of the be one ofhe best meetingswe lacks only a few acres to complete -,

.night. The members will be Vocational High SChooL j tournament. The Starke lass have'ever" held; and we'have his 40 acres of bahia ; Economical
i Dependable
? :;present. at the next meeting.. The tougher opponent th .' led brought' back the Consolation -, p had some,good ones better to pasture, which is located in'': -
to
Clarence DeSufr was honored Tigers met was the Bellview,|" Trophy which they received marketing.put us on the road Lawtey. He plans to over-seed PHONE 964-1301 NIGHT 96a-?41t

on his birthday; Feb. *22.JJt Santos team, which the Tigers\ for being third place I his pasture with S-l clover i,
MARCH NINE SOUTIISIDE' CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT. S
.tUrn shed I winners In the: tournament E.xrf I
with a huge cake by downed bya. narrow margin this fall I
CAFETOR-
The Tigerettes-wfll.not participate SCHOOL :
IUM7:30: P.M.
in the State Tournament

Thrifty Home. Improvements r! .at Fernandina' since on .e I It.

''I !: I ly champions and'runnerupsof REGISTER OFTEN I

Start Here various groups are accepted. -

i 2Nu i Coach:Inex Harvey of theTigerettes' ,
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... I admitted: some of i
., : her team's weaknesses but "
i she pointed out that the Tiger- O fir Soil Our StrengthSOI'L
bacco plants. Plants will be I u .
tl I I ettes did manage to pull Weed, Control ,
I ; through at various'ttines when Seeing 'a neneving. If you ready to set by March 12 to I Conservation i,:

"I.:, ) the going was rough. need any proof of the effectiveness 15th and are practically all N-E-W-S I /
I i I, sold
fI'I Card of Thanks of fumigating, to control now. I i
I' I : bed fumigated
We wish to thank our many weeds in seed beds this Each was By Bill Has iI.I.
to seeding with a soil!
1 friends: for. their expressions picture should give you all the prior
Bromide.!.1Bed' 1
'l11znig nt, Methyl -
Hixon the
R.
and acts of'kindness during proof you need. i' Talking to J.
WE CARRY EVERYTHING FOR INDOOR I seeded January
the illness and death of our were I other day about his pasture
of the
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Marlowe, one -
:. AND! OUTDOOR, FIXUP. sister and aunt Mrs. Ida i vocational Curtis agriculture teachers -i, 18th and covered with ele'a.rJlai management and he remarked r----J- -i-iI :

A B. C. Finance Childs. Laura Whitmoreand of Growing good plants is that the White Clover in
I i seen looking over one of the production I: .
just one his Pensacola Bahia pasturesis
_ _ _' Maud McGee. the tobacco seed beds on the in the Vocational Agriculture -
FREE :ESTIMATES: Card of Thanks FFA farm. The plants in the practices coming: out good. "I have my
r We are taking this methodto right half of the picture are Program. pastures fenced so that I can

'-T Phone' 964.5291 thank our friends who wereso ,thriving in soil that is cleanof \\Tanta Plant Peas"Then change my cows around, "says
to include H I
I be sure
very kind to us- at the weeds where it was fumigated Raymond, {
Line of Hardware PRd-
Complete some of the new variety Controlled grazing is a very
husband
death of our and ,. ,
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DUCER. We still call them
uncle. Mr. Eddie Williams. of the important conservation practice ,
At left fc the part
Bradford Building allSallie cowpeas, but if you want to especially where the pas- ,
Supply .May God bless you seed bed that was not fumigated 1.
a Wiffiams "and Rather is be a little more appealing to ture has clover in it. Clover
and all you can see
the call them Southern if
consumer will stay in pasture longer
,I Mae Mitchell. grassand weeds. The. plants
301 E. Call Street Notices have been choked out, and the Peas., controlled grazing is used.L. .
Producer is a tanseededpea 142 ft. "Nomad" Fiberglass Boat-Johnson "18" HP-Murry Tilt Trailer
American Legion: Auxiliary grass has already been pulledone G. Johns of Hampton
I'' -- developed from several
_..._-_. ... .... I 314 will meet Sunday. All I time. 9 to made a request:for a completesoil
I IV.t.* "" crosses to produce a pod
members are asked to be and water conservationfarm COME REGISTER OFTENNO
Weed control by fumigation 10 inches long free of blemishes -
present Mrs. L. M. Royal made plan. He has a drainage
Ts that the Soil Conser-
problem
president.PTA
it interesting for more tobacco -
S meet Wednesday is superior in pod appearance vation Service is working on Be Given
will Away Wednesday March 21 800
P. M.
growers to put in their own and market ability. Seed : .
has March 9. at 8 o'clock in the beds) this season. But until and remarked, "If I can con
plant is.similar in size to the black-
RJE cafetorium/All interested .- trol the water in the wet timesI
citizen,:; 'and< parents-are .. all. grpwers seed their own eye and crowder variety, but will have a lot more; land I
STEREODfor will be a good salefor IMPERIAL
'beds there has, higher yielding ability Service Station
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., invited 'torattend.. % can use year-round-1 L.G., i is
good plants. be planted for
>Producer ,can '
AH' persons .interested in getting into the chicken busi-*
joining, a class for:: Civil'De ; The FFA1'boys, under super- spring; and fall production. ness. While standing: under

fense are invited to come, out :vision of Marlowe and Paul Three.demonstration plant- his workshed waiting for a "BUY THE BEST ,- BUY IMPERIAL"
L MODERNJY1ttUVINGt in order :to: get' 'information -Hutchings are growing three! ings of this new variety were shower to" pass, he said 1
of the Florida 22 to- t''. S. 301 North City Limits Starke
far organiiing the class: beds new planted last fall in our coun- plan to use all this chicken Fla.
Churchi News ;'tyA planting was made by I
porter your news if you wish ... ,, .
Mt. Marian Methodist Luther Billiard, J. R, Wainwright -- ---- "F""V. :-
Church School will be held at ''your. activities to' be publishe'd. and. Lucian Conner. I 1. l--- "<:' ,., ",. !f !! r j(' ry.II!,, < 4; i'<;'". .'SII' J: .. ;7''l.: : Ii'I
Mrs. Maurice J. White
9:30 a.m. Sunday with the t I Even with 8 and 14 inches of r Y!"

superintendent, Rev. Robert I reporter. .
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Dell, in charge" All
are invited to continue to attend I .i .

each Sunday. I ., ,

h Mrs. Ethel Young asks all :
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Stewards to meet at 6 p.m. One
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';;' on Wednesday. March 7, for a one .. .

u 4ii ii : Trustees business will meeting.meet at 7 p.m'The I II I ''"

on the same date. All membersare GROCERY and MARKET big. little

\ : asked to be present at 8 ,
., r p.m. for a board meeting.-! Half Mile North of City Limits-U. S. 301

: I Harry Young, lay reporter.Rev. OPEN 7 DAYS 7 AM.11 P.M.
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., ,\\.1 I I.1 L McLendon, pastor. dazzler gem. :
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Church. Morning Worship, 11 :
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Service 6:45 pjn. All members I s Jxi
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and friends,are asked to
IF' -M attend and enjoy all services .3

Rev. Louis McKay pastor; ,

Mary McBride reporter. MAXWELL HOUSE With $5.00 Food Order
III stereophonic Allen Chapel AME Church. ,
COFFEE lb. can - I
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pastoral day starting .
with Sunday School at 9:45: SILVER COW 'I'i i I
R with Miss Fannie Bell I 'i join the world's

I"a Frazier ajn. in charge. Love Feast: .; MILK -7 cans . .. $ippARIOUIj'S i now greatest

service will be held at 11 ajn-"I I. _

Liston to anc 'I S l1'" .....t_ Mr.i. Holy Communion at the 6 1 $5.00', 'Food. "OrqerKOUNTYKIST ) : ,
p.m. service. All members and lbsWitji V-8 collection
tIMusic...;thrTbl JIIL. .
to udodtMakg0ttgrci friends are invited to attend VEGETOLE Si i I

cabbtety!Ken,feted,, "bttfontfroat all services. Members are ask i j I .
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beauty pccn5y designed to" Krimac P 1' 9991 the ..
.: es ( tafegftmpdcrm ed to please report to i f
-n( Mviofr. r leaders for the support of the 405-HP THUNDERBIRD V-8-Thirty years of Ford NEW FAIRLANE CHALLENGER "260" V-8-UTien

N.I!: '<< .Cablutly ConthcW UWtAt 6eeMbn$at woodd Stewards I CORN 2KOUNTY cans .; -- ascI experience culminate in this startling V8. Available the 221-cubic-inch Fairlane V-8 appeared last

<: .Bun tht c ctfbficatJOH( tag WtlM noted Rcw Hantobd AMecMioAf New Bethel Baptist Church in every Galaxie, it puts 405 horses under fall, automotive,writers hailed it as a great basic
.11, .Four IU uairty{ Sp aUr..tw 1QT woolen and tw.S"twMtart Rev. A. Vinson pastor. Sunday I KISTPEAS"2cans :
the throttle level of
School. 9:30: with Milton Ell- a dazzling acceleration that advance a compact jewel of design. Now, the
.Convenient Muter Control l PM>>-hey aw. *ft*way K Muitfe beet.ywfDitntond e
Nt..lor K (Wr4. f nfcrt.burs 0*IctMbtg ,pleuuref erson superintendent. BTU at) : . i9f cannot be imagined but must be felt. A super. 260":? V-8 proves their prediction. With 164 hp

,(. .monaural Famous V-M-Autom 4-Spood usy Automft or Mmitftyt R toN. Cfeoflflor pier. *d rotorio-otoo.*MM I 5 p-m., president with Mrs. Marie in charge Thomas .I ... i :' "performance option, it comes only with the four. 19 more than the standard version, Fairlane gainsa

.Sp eo for V4I 'Armory '*c W .M"__.ed4 TvNr lot.ill I Choir No..2 will have,its usual GA. RED .C. T I, spiced gear box. But unlike some "special" new brilliance of performance it still rum

.4 onjoymort/ iMWftfMTOMV rehearsal at 7 p.m. Thursday.;!I TOMATOES cans .. $I 00 : engines that require delicate tuning and modification on "regular," still outsaves any standard-size Six.

New members welcome ,to it puts out its potential right off the show It has the durability of time-tested cast iron
join us. Mrs. Mennle Smith
.' captain of the March Birth DELTA room floor. Even more impressive, Ford skill has slimmed and lightened by Ford's precision-

th."V'tC.Oo, MUSIc.i day Club asks all persons SYRUp.-l-2gal.iar - 39c : made it a ,docile tiger; it idles smoothly it i is casting technique. Created by the one maker who

born in March to make a gen- durable its super capacity does not come at the has built 30,000,000 V-8's since 1932, it bringsthe
erous contribution so that the
of harshness and noise. Among sparkle and smoothness of V-8 well
March Club may make an BEACON i expense expert power

$$50 worth- ,of Stereo Records outstanding financial reportat BLEACH12al29cGA. drivers} it is praised as a true high-performance within the thrifty budget's reach puts truly

I l. FREE! FREE! FREE Deaconess the end of Board the month.No. \2'will : RED CUTGREEN V-8 in America the pacesetter for 9 otherV8' sophisticated engineering at the service of truly

f $ tailored to every driving need. economical motoring. asoc
celebrate its first anniversary

Reg. Price Phonograph 240.00 on Sunday, March 11. at 31 BEANSpan15c ;, I WORLD'S FOREMOST CIJ1d:>

IIjI p.m. Mrs. Corine McNeil president OF'IIIGHPERFORMANCE IIJ! CQENH
II' i'ft : :: Ford BUILDER
.. Reg. Price: Records. . 50.00 asks all members toj! SUNNYLAND i i : h. V-8
ENGINES
come fully uniformed. The: PURE LARD --1 gal. . 89c : # !
,:.. usual Spring, Rally will be: ,,
Total 290.00
held all day Sunday March FOREMOST MILK12
r. 1101 All members are asked topay ;I! gal. 53c i. Whatever-you're looking for in a V-8, look to the.long Ford line }

$5Mrs... I 111 PURE PORK '- .
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III! Grand Opening Marionr Dell. Home : LINK' SAUSAGE lb. '= =' :... -. 59cf; .,
199951 I Mission president appeals to I f .:. i
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!.II Home Mission every : I =: 1 ff::::; --" ,:
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SPARE RIBS small lb. . 49c I "i/, ,
u fourth Sunday at 5 p.m. and I ;
join in the discussion of the I I JAIRLANT500. ,. 1ight siztt.., glat price CALAXIE'500 THUNDERBI&D
M.II>. topic. On the, 4th Sunday in j I SELECT ...Right between compacts and big'oa lit silence k1ii>pen quality Unique ia all the_world ,r }

ill BULLINGTON j March these topics:will be discussed I BEEF LIVER -j31ba. . .F $1.00. I .

MlIII', : Why should we study I

our Baptist Covenant How,I FRESH GROUND BEEFUUHbl 49c' TERWILLEGAR MOTORS ,
APPLIANCES can we help our community? j I 1

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1! ..tYf.'." ..VI ........, Worship, 11 a.m. Evening Prayer Meeting each Wednesday Mrs, T. L. Wainwright, for a I I Mr.. and M s." A. J. Crawfordand YYW..YYYYY.YTTY' yy>,I Each member is asked to Florida will receive sealed bidsat Kern Tone or equal, on ceiling,
I ; Servjce. 7:30: p.m. MYF each 7:30 p.m. few days. family recently.Mr. I bring a needlepoint holder,I 10:00: o'clock, on the morningof an-b.walls.OiwcoaV' primer, an4 se: lrr-,
: ..March S, 1962, in the
courtroom
LAWTEY% I Wednesday, 7 p.m. On Sunday Mrs. Orville Bumgarner was j ,Mr. and. Mrs. Robert Rosier ana Mrs. J. p.. Davis BROOKER | flowers, and a container to the "in the Tourthuo. for the- *c.' (Oni ctfal"'stain- and varnish I
Ii I IIt March 4. at 6 p.m. the hostess to the Methodist i and family .of Jacksonville, i and family of Jacksonville re- t meeting. follr."lngP4iintilli': on d.tlr.dove.s. Varnishing' all woodwork f
And
I '1 Batching The
By EBza BUnchard ,, usual monthly fellowship din- I WSCS Tuesday night'Feb. 19.'. and Mr. and Mrs.Burton Hosier -. Gently visited the Vernie Pad- Bj Shirley .GreenUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAA1 Basket Dinner Following! :.' jdny ROOM: I
ner will be held at the parsonage I i The program was a continuance '. : of Palatka were visiting gett family. The .Brooker,Baptist Church 1. COURTROOM i I a. Applying: two coat of tarnish '
I IJ.'aaa a4 taU..aUh./aa. preceding the evening of the study ,ot.., the James Rosier family and The J. D. Sapp family, of..i ii is. haying a basket dinner at I windows.a. Staining and varnishing alii b.on One celling.c&t primejand sealeron

t I ,.,,Al' The Churches i, service. I..1 Christianity 'in Latin America,'I Mr." and: Mrs.. Marvin,. .Rosier.:i:! Orange Park \1s_. ;"l Mr.. and.. Jack 'Register of "TJkiah I We.' Community Center, Sunday !i Varnishing. Applying S:: coats aU woodwork.c. of Super. I' walla. ..
S| I ;Grace Methodist Church ';, First Baptist Sunday :I conducted_ by Mrs..Bumgarner.. son and.dauIl er, during the j j.Mrs, H9ward'CereyFfoyd.! ..., I i: Qalif. "is visiting' nVmother', 'I : March: 4, after morning : Kem Tone or equal on the ce.l- on e.woodwork.The One i eoakstaia. and varnish ;'

I I fSchool; 9:45 a.m. Morning !l j School 10 a.m. Morning Wor- We were pleased to,have'Mrs. weekendFran'Do>;man and x Denmark and famffyof /.:'Mrs.J..,H, Sullivan, lora few I j setvi{ -e. All members and ing.d. Applying primer and sealer'I!'I Board reserves th$ right I'
8. .!J r-,!=' r t i 1 i ship 11 am. BYU 6:30: p.m. Barr as a guest. She and. Mr., daughter of:Jacksonville, trs7 I Jacksonville spent 'Sundaywith :':days. tMr. :i friends areinvited..THE : : on Walls (Color to be decided !I to reject any and all bids. 'I
M \ Barr are house guests of the Margaret ,Chaix and Mr and,, Mrs. IAIS Carte nd. '. 'and.Mrs.'E-. Hodges : later) : Charles. A. ,Darby. Clgrk I
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Bumgarners. Refreshments]I j Mrs. Ray Reddish were' Sunday fan nY, '1 I and and'Mr..and Mrs. .. .". R-99
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I Ramble, I Mrs. B. Reddish. Mrs. John Alf ord of Jacksonville I 4a7 7011 ',and
attending.Mrs. r E. all Fri- | '
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No ..pi eke b oo" muffler Hewitt Brice, presidentI Recent visitors of "the Earl, and Mr. and .Mrs.'Myres day night guests of Mr. and BROOK, your Fountain Pen.ESTER-TELE GOING FISHllf1?

'. I I of the Woman's Missionary I Teston family were Mrs. Test- : Harvey and} Mr.\ : and ,Mrs. Mrs. Evan Hodges.Mr. I GRAPH.

/ I I N'. .,. "",' | Union of Evergreen Baptist on's brother Henry Tanner, Dewey Harvey of Mac lenn y and: Mrs. L. M. Gainesof I
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observe the Week of Miss Frankie Wainwright,i were mibsiontrs of Bradford ('ount ; l
Prayer for Home Missions at I who is living with her grandparents Mrs. B. E. Reddish Mrs. Jonh ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. ,: Florida will reoene sealed, bids I OF TOP
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i 1 O. Pons, and Mrs. Margaret !I at 10:00 o'clock on the morning t PERFORMANCEI
10 ameach day starting i 1 Mr. and Mrs. T. L. E. Bigham Jr. and family. ;;; of March t>, 1962 in the courtroom I
.t! March 5 and continuing ; Wainwright, spent the week- Chaix were among the guestsat Mr. and ,Mrs. Steve Kelleyof ,: m.the. courthouse for the WITH AN '

through March 9. All who I en .in Jacksonville ,with rel a luncheon given by Mrs. Jacksonville visited his! following 30 Window: shades of various .

would like to participate. are atives. ; Roy Dorman at San Jose mother ,JUrs, Rosa: Kelley, i i widths and lengths!, to be in-.'
I r :i Country Club in honor of Mrs. "tailed in the Courtroom. Ep.f I flNRUDE'
invited to join them. The Mitchell Brown family, : Ray Reddish Tuesday., Sunday-! I I stairs hall, Jury Room, Photoi ODIBOARDFR03 i
Rev. L. T. Howe, pastor of Mrs. J. S. Brown, and Jimmie ; J.Xo.wnseAd: visit# his i stat' Rood, and< the U' istrai's'

11 CERAMIC -ARMORED the First Baptist Church, and I Waters, spent Friday and Sat'1: .YY.Y.-r s1 .m'! mother- ,, bLr" <. Lplii) Townsend" ,.i floom.The shade to be of Vinvl'
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I j several members attended the urday at the Waters' camp on and4fiig; brother and family, I Impregnated Duck of not es'" .

: MUFFLERandTAILPIPEboth mass meeting of the Associ- :I Lake .Alfc.Saturday\ f CLAY HILL ,:I Mr and Mrs. W. Townsend,j I than The 10 Board ounce.Reserves me Right JJJ. .
ation at the First Baptist Mrs. Oscar in Avon,Park ofe; the week- to reject any' and all bid<*. NORTH" SUPPLY
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are standard equipment on every Rambler, Church in Starke Tuesday Carter honored her husband e4. v harles A. Darbr. Clerk
and only on Rambler.Both are thoroughly protected ;1 night of last week. ;, with a birthday dinner, served ''' By Mrs.\ J. L. Strickland d ,Mr. and Mrs. N.r Cv Mott,1Mrs. ; I, -15 *>t :32 I :?

against rust and corrosion that we guarantee them ,1, Guests, of Rev. and Mrs. 1 on the lawn. Approximately!u4AAAUU.UU..uUAnderson : Ipphelift Moore, and firycnt -';i -. 412 E. Call St. t .i.r
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for as many years as you own your new Rambler, William Fox during the w.eek fifty guests were there to wish -Knight and;:Bufprd Moor visited I I CALL FOR BIDS I II Your
f collision damage excepted. Just go to a Rambler I were ,Mr. and Mrs. Steve ;: him" happy birthdayt.Mr. and Miss Cleo Anderson oMac-, i i i i Mr;, ani'Mjs.. Jack"' Simmons The Board of Bradford of County County Comniissioners Authorized EvinrudflSa r ,

dealer, who will make any necessary replacement, I Grant of MilMilk,"N.,Y., Monday -,,1; Mrs. Harley Smith tlof 'Lakeland -'_ cjenny and Owen Knight, son' near Galriesiille' Sunday. ;I: 0 .. .
free to you, because I to Wednesday, ,Mr. and Mrs. George, Harrington of1 1 I -':, Knight, were united in marriage ,. Mjs. J. B. McLeod oTf Like

WE'LL PAY THE COST and Rhinebeck Mr. and,. N.Mrs.Y. on Bi110ustremof -' Thursday' -,I(I I,i.i I i I the visited' Mr Carters., and Airland-- ,Mrs MbP..Jim ,L.Burton Din-" ., Church in the on Clay February Hill Baptist 16 at:': Butler W.'T.'here ;:Friday) guests and Mrs-of ::1. STARKE B BI SINESS DIR C.R / I Ii

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i IF EITHER RUSTS OUTRAMBLER Millerton N. Y. on Frir ; T30 p.m. The ceremony was .., .
,i day. .. king Saturday and they enjoyed I performed by Rev. John Wilk- j i ur/aijfl Mrs. H. O..Douglasind I .. __ . ,
Sunday '.'Mr.r rand 4 I. 1.J.
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i I Guests of the W. F.,MOQrI inson., :: family. i
j I family recently, were Mr and Mrs. Horace Cox at Santa their 1.I the understand there was were T weekend guests 1 of !; AUTO BODY SHOPMack's I AUTO SERVICE I 8" Wright
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World Standard of Compact Car Excellence Mrs. J. W. Thomas and sons another wedding at the same I i
of Hendersonville/N., N. C Fe. .... "I, church the same night, but ihest.tn1.\ }, S. C. Mrs. Iva I I SINCLAIR SERVICE
1Tlr I Mr. ahd.Mrs. Clarence,Hos' CQUld i Douglas ,:remained '.|of: a, visit.'( I
On Friday the Moores gave not get the right information !! i Body Shop Dodd's Service STAUUN
H I I der'and children and ,.thc i *' 14ixs T. ullivan Ii I & I
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.. a family dinner. Those enjoyr on this one. Again,I j I -:; $ i I Complete :A'uU< '
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\ Rudolph,Rosier family of I alatka 'enjoyed i a family dinner l I
ing the occasion besides the we are calling for help. 1 jdODY & F3NPER REPAIR
/ Thomas family were Mri VS, and J ev. ..George:,.Chasm Nettie Carter visited her: s 1iaY.lt1( Bell at the home of I I! Auto Sales "Fires Batteries Accewnfei:

I D. Andrews and'children :of and family of Moniac' .(]a. mother Sunday afternoon at I Mrs'Sullivjin's mother; Those i COLUSIQN SERVICE I II Ii Rambler. Sales I Lubrication Washing .',0''
i Torode were.Sunday guests of Mr.;and'Mri.'Cedr1c. attending sere Jack.Register i & Service :
Wildwood Mrs. Gayle : Doctors Inlet. Her mother has I .
[ Painting Matching 54? ]Madison sa
.Hosier an4 family; Ot Ukfrhv\ G lif., Mr.aul, Mrs. GENERAL 169-2191
and son of Gainesville Mrs.C. been ill for some time and : { FREE ESTIMATEa! REPAIRING. I'
Y. Mayo of Tampa and [ Loueli Tanner, ,and Oral I does not show much improve- Johrj Crews 'and family,, and 1M i : ,
I Mrs. Tom Casey and family. and Jimmie spent' the day with : ment. 1: Mr. and Mrs. Ronald'Register, Phone 969-2405 International Lifetime '

_- I Mrs. Byron Register, Mr.I I Mr. and Mrs. John", Shadd' in Those visiting the Louie all oJac; so iville. ]lira{ Sullivan 203 N. Tttapte, tark MufflersFIRESTONE AUTO:TIRES! < ,.

., and Mrs. Wayne Feagel and Macclenny. I' Carters Sunday afternoonwere :and hpr.grandson;; 'Mack \
d961 i iI Bob Brown of Dinsmore visit- Mr. andMrs.. Charles i the Richard Mosley f amj I Arthur Hart, were given? a *i iI Starke Recap Co
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:I lips over the weekend. ed Mr. and Mrs. J. ,C Knightand i Mrs. Ancil Carter and family, : of their birthdays are February I ,Pappy R4uktn& "QirperRecapplnf JIfA

I Mrs. Alice Langford of Lake I family.Mr. i and Mr. and Mrs. Brantley <28th.,,. 1' I 528 S. Walnut 864-3861: for' Cftrt ft Tnob

Butler is visiting her brother and Mrs. Ray Patrickof | Fountain, all of Orange Park. ]i! [Mrs,. C. .H. hayfield of Starke Motor i ONE DAB('
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AUTO SALES 529 S. Walnut St., Starke and sister-in-law, Mr. and I Jacksonville were visiting The Fountains are looking for Gainesville; visited Mr. and I

---- --- -- j i| a small farm to buy, one that j,I Mrs. N. C.. 'Mott Sunday afternoon I Parts Co., Inc.. '\ Hill JEdwardpStqrfce"66": ,' : NEW TH&S AT SAVINGSBATTERIES

:.. is not too' close to the high- i i : II ir *J? \
i way. What "have you? Tell I U" ,Mr. ;and ,Mrs. Rodney Bef- few Loeal'I I Phoue'0844231

1 them about it! i I'I' cher and Mr, and Mrs:Thomasof I! Jobber Fir NAPA I I I ,.. SQ1 t..Siarke

Esther Peeler is recovering i, Jacksonville were Sunday I! ServiceWheel i i I 'I

nicely from surgery performedtwo guests of Mr. .and.' Mrs. Evan i Cor. Brownlee & Clark : Balancing & Alignment iI I i I _

weeks ago, and Lela Langis Hodges. : -Pl one 964-0801, 964-0811 I
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recovering from the can- : Billy"B.igham: Ijad ,a ca.rap-:: I I.I It t Phone 964-8881 : SUPPLES(
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; cer operations performed last 1 out Saturday night at his .II r.Ii I 617 N. Temple, Start !,I I : ... "
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i We understand that Mrs. I Green and :Bob Dial' as' his I REPAIRS..._. ,. e
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Willie Padgett's mother, Mrs. guests. They spent all night Gilbert S. Brown 'I ChasteenSEEDS
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.4, : Eidie Godwin of Maxville, is out,in Billy's new tent. I Earl's GarageALL .
."'' ; having to take treatments for Club News I Standard Oil Service Station' FEEDS
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4 ;;'. ... .J ulcers A of the stomach. 1i I iThe Brpoker _Garden Club KINDS OF I ATLAS I II '".- FERTILIZERSIn&ectfoldw
:.;j,, : The folks of Long Branch will ,meet Thursday night, } l
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I' AUTO REPAIR WORK TIRES & BATTERIES
; CJiurch gave a pie supper last March, 8, at 8 p.m. at the Com, t fI I gates ft PIapt4,
,l';', 'MY1i : Friday That the I I All Work Guaranteed 'Budget TermsRoad Service:, .
: night. was : munity Center. Mrs. E.: L "Your Friendly
f T Tri ; most pies we have ever seen in I Lester will give a demonstration -i i, Phone J69-J964 ;I v Phone 864.7071 I i i Farm 'Supply ''Starc"C

o ,, '. fo, .',.,,.>' t gych, a small space! All of m., -on Table Arrangements."' ./ Walnut. Starke I 407 -Temple.-fitarkt !! +lOth,t.: Clurrl ,-.I&&rq
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-: lpg,'.back; home to attend this
\ t,1! ,, '\1-\ .H .\'t'VENTXFJVE .. ;. I church again. Lee and Minnie .

9 .. i i Moore ,saw that we were among Announcement
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i 1 .1 1937 the Florida Bank, a t Starke openedtfpr, i I believe if most of us wouldgo t.. ; ,
: to;thls church way off .;'
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business. We were the 1 11 Ith member of the.Florida -? : in' the woods and look at SUWANNEE BE

their 'Sunday School and VALLEY DAIRIES PRODUCTS JFILL% NOW

.\ National Group of Banks which now has 30 ._ : : Training' Union registers, we ,
I who are out on the highways
: : would be ashamed of HANDLED: BY HERB'S DRltE-IN
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banks all located in a major commercial., agricultural ,,__,_ : records. They had five 'candidates .

_. ;: or tourist center in the State. r I;' ;.; for baptism Sunday evening :

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'. t ; t,'..; ".;"X13"it't.y -, .. Sunday the afternoon dedicatory we services attended ..' j ., 7k FEATURING i't' .

'" 'S of Laurel Baptist Church near iL'.,..,. .r". J ... ., _, '
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: 25th proud to -' i ,. .
:. : Today:,,. on our birthday we are ;: Starke and learned that an- :; '.' f. .

., t other small church is really Golden Guernsey and Homogenized; Milk in Glass '
that ruction begin in the
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4 ,9n II! working. Just one year ago

..: ,. ""'t. if they. were having services in Ice Cream Cream
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: next_ few days on our new Banking .quarters in ". a small tin building _I not ',. -- f :!
Ii even a good floor In it. The -

i. Starke.. ,' i: good people who attend Eggs Cheese .- Bread Orange Juice

',.' :) ,J," .4. z.. .' > ,. .,.,.,-.,"\ _. ,". i. (his.church decided they could f.j. ..
!; do better, and trusting in the .
i."l'"i- .<". \ p>t.: q I 't y at u '. : I. Lord for the help they need- WITH' FULL CURB SERVICE AT HERD'SDrive
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"p> .': "' : ea:they went to work on a
the fin '
Our building is planned.tog give
f}, new You I; cement block building. Al- .

., I though the, building is small, Up And Be Waited On
:, ,. e banking service possible. We :will have facilities ,, it "scomfortable, and a real "'I "'" .:. t '! >
credit to their faith and hard
_. .in our -lobby to take care of your: every ;." ; work-, Now they need and educational OPEN WEEKDAYS:- 800? A. M. TO 12:00 P., M. -fAND ON SUNDAYS

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building, and are

,'. banking need plus a night depository and :five, { '%1 .. : working on this. At present, FROM 10:00 A. M. TO 12:00 P. M.
I: some of the Sunday School

t .1 i-;: drive-in tellers.l !: Our parking lot will have en :: classes have to meet under : '
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.. : the trees which is very bad in

: ::::r trances and eitp on Jefferson, Walnut Jacksonand -: unfavorable weather. This GET : :
i tI church is in a section where
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< Clark Streets and will have 48 parking '
spaces ,, ,. _
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: unless they had some way of ACQUAHTED
; for customers. As building .
: our our -
',_ progresses I
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I. ,.. ": conveyance, which. quite a few
do not have. Now they cardwalk ;
.r A' we will inform you from time to time concerning -, ":'
to church. We heard
r., SATURDAY, MARCH 3- FROM 10:00 A. M. TO 5:00: P. M. ,
some wonderful singing
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'?,. .:f ." b it's many new features., ,,.._. .. .kt, .mr' -. :.,"< solos, duets quartettes* etc.= f ; ; f v
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"f''-' .. t pastor singing.; of Rev. Bethel D.. E. Willis Baptist is :, 4I3 e ;

I., preached the dedication sermon


,.I .,.:, ..; :; The. Highland. Church was! SHAKES AT 1-2 PRICE I I'l ,

i well! filled for morning services
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: last Sunday ReV: Jack {

i Siemer of Kingsley Lake wax OR
< FLORIDATJ1flEitii1uiiL1L I among the visitors.We : From Su e e;Ise Crep m end -

had 69 present in' SUn- .A .-',.
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; 67. The Adult Men won the *cnvannee ... ;

; banner .again with a grade'of ..r.'f6t
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80. Next irlht'we I
P. -- Sunday '. .

One of 30 banks of the Florida National Group Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. :, win hav\Mfc Croft from the- ,: : PJ.VSTAX' .,

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141 r- #po"1 erate-cost food plans. GRAHAM dence and post-office address ttr, Section 9, Township 6 South, and recorded in Official Records
ww Top Food List BAPTIST CHURCH of the claimant and must be I Range 22 East Bradford County, Book 11 page 425: of the public
r sworn to by the claimant his records of Bradford Ccunty.
v Home Demonstration Eggs,top the list of foods agent or his attorney, or it Florida containing one acre j Florida. That, Pioneer Finance
which Florida., foodshopperswill Sunday School, 10 a. m. will becqme void according to more or less and being more Company the good faith pur-
Notes law. particularly described as fol- I chaser and holder in due course
3 find plentiful during Morning Worship, 11 a. m. February 1, 196. lows: For a point of beginning of said mortgage and the Promissory
byDOROTHY i March. Other foods on the list 9 \ Training Union 6:30: p. m. (31) Blanche B. Peterson commence on the South, bound- Note secured thereby. You
of said
I Administratrix of the Estate of ary Section 9 at a point are required to file your answeror
ROSS are Florida grapefruit, potatoes rBAYLESS Evening Service, 7:30: p. m. Frank O. Peterson 'deceased. 105 feet Easterly of the Southwest I other defenses if any, in the
and corner of the East half of Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
peanuts peanut
'..,.. i1} Home Demonstration Agent pro- Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 8 8, First 1962.Thomas! publication on February the West half of said Southeast Court in and for Bradford
HIGHWAY
PENTECOSTAL
ducts milk and .
dairy products. quarter of Southeast Quarter, County. Florida, on or before'
pits and Things U. S. D. A.. the family of four Safety :Project CHURCH SCHEDULE HOLINESS CHURCH p. m.-Rev. C. L. Redding, pas AttorneysP & Pierce run minutes thence West North, a distance 2 degrees of 420 05: at the the 19th same day time of March serve, 1962 a copyof and.

!* Always buy eggs from amarket.where with preschool children needs Realizing the need for Sunday School, lOa. m. 324 W. Brownlee St. tor. O. Drawer es:. feet run thenceiXorth! 89 degrees the same upon Clayton,
safety on the highway, the' Starke. Fla. East and parallel to the South Arnow, Duncan & Johnston 226
I I Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday School, 10 boundary of said Section 9, a South Main Gaines"llle.Florida ,
they are refrig- about $27.40 to buy a diet Brooker 4-H girls have been 1; a. m. SEVENTH DAY 2-8 4t 3-1 distance of 105 feet; run thence Attorneys Street for the
erated. Eggs quickly lose quality adequate in food nutrients fora putting bumper stickers on Training Union, 6 p. m :Morning Worship 11 a. m. ADVENTIST CHURCH Small Claim Court South 2 degrees 05 minutes East, Plaintiff herein and, upon fail-
I Evangelistic Service, 7:30: p. a distance of 420 feet to the ure to do so, a Decree Pro Confesgo -
at, room temperature.. week.It cars in their neighborhood.The Evening Service: 7 p. m. Prayer Bradford County, Florida South boundary of said Section will be entered against
m. Wednesday Prayer Meet- Sabbath School [Saturday], Dupont Mining Employees' 9; run thence South 89
'Peel stickers are furnished by meeting, Wednesday, 7 p. degrees
onions under a stream I takes a little more when I ing, 7:30 p. m. Saturday Credit Union, Starke, Florida, West along said South line a you.Witness hand and official
the Florida Power & Light 9:30: a.m. Morning Worshinp, my
of, water to hold back the children are older. The week- m. Choir practice Wednes- Youth Service, 7:30: p. m.- Plaintiff, vs. John P. Casey distance of, 105 feet to point of seal at Starke. Bradford County. -
l Company and read "In Traffic 11 a.m. Located between Wil- beginning excepting therefromany Florida this 10 day of
tears. ly estimate for a family of day, 8 p. m.AIRPARK; David T. McGhee. pastor. i Route 2. Box 126 Starke. Flori- portion lying within the 1962.
Unto Oth- ; February
As Always, Do
v. : son Road and Griffis Loop. E. da, Defendant.. right of way of a county graded ,SEAL
I .A can of scouring powder four with school age children ers" XOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE road,
BAPTIST BOATDRAIN BAPTIST I Charles A Darfty, Clerk of
L. Marley Phone 964-
pastor.
3hd The Roaring 20's Notice is hereby given that which said mortgage was assigned -
some paper towels placed is $32 week. 1.1
per "ire-uit Cuurt
CHURCH P. D.
I CHtflCH Rptldish. Sheriff of to Pioneer Finance Company
In the garage will not only i You need not feel extravagant -' Saturday, 4-H girls will be 1324. I ford County Florida, under and. a Florida Corporation, bv 8Marian L Crosby, D ",
save steps for men who tinker reverting' to an era many Sunday School, 9-45: a. m. I Sunday School, lU a. m. by virtue of a writ of Execution, \I Assignment dated April 3.1 191:0: 2-15 4t 3-11
if your food bill is big- HIGHLAND IP the above styled eau e, I have ,
i
with,,the car but will also save'I years ago popularly known as Morning Worship 11:15: a. m. I Mormng Worship, 11 a. m. levied upon the following property .
tar, tear, and cleaning on ger than this. Much depends the Roaring'20's.' Training Union. 6:30: p. m. [ BAPTIST CHURCH to-wit: I
the number of meals Framing Union, 6:30 m. Evening MAt R 13-18 JAI COUSEIJMkcts
upon p. 1952
bathrooms Inside the house. Every year National 4-H Evening service 7:30: p. m.- Motor Chevrolet :2! door sedan,
members Sunday School 9:43: : a. m. No. KAA355490
eat
family
V away Club Week is celebrated in Rev. Robert Haisten. Worship, 7:30 p. m. Sale Cofiseum IMS E. Ada8I.Or .
pastor. at
Resistance ur disease colds Tag No. ; oe
from home, the amount and 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each' 45-1957. title No
complications following Bradford County during the Prayer Meeting, Wednesday,, 3195663. >t Door Beta Each Pttfotwaace
and kind Wednesday, 7:30 m.
of entertaining do, p.
colds, flu and other illnesses I you first of March with Rally Day BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCHRev. f:3d p. m. As the property of the above
named
where you live and your skill defendant and that on
strongly influenced by how in shopping and cooking and a recreation program the R. Williams, Pastor FIRST PRESBYTERIAN the 12 day of March 1962. between '

we eat, sleep, relax and exert the time you can spend on girls The look girls forward will to. out their Sunday School 10 a. m.. SEVENTH DAY CHURCH, namely the eleven legal o'clock hours of in sale the'" 10,000 SEATS I
carry ADVENTIST CHURCH forenoon and
ise. two o'clock in the ALL RESERVED
'- food buying and preparing.But theme with a Roaring 20 costume Morning Worship 11 a. m.' Sabbath School [Saturday] 390 N. Cherry St. afternoon, at twelve o'clock ,
Food. for Families Evening worship 7 Prayer noon on said day, at the East I
p. m. -
again for general com
.. contest and the Charleston
9:30: a. m. Morning Worship, Sunday-Sunday School 9:45a. : door of the Court House in Bradford 17*DAZZLING EDITION
Although no one can tell parison, a family of two, 20 meeting Wednesday 7 p. m .
Contest.. Relay races and 11 a. m. Located between Wilson m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. County Florida, I will offer '
ybu how much you should to 34 years of age, needs 18. folk games will fill the morning Youth Fellowship p. m. for sale and sell to the!
i I Road and Griiiis Loop. highest bidder, for cash in hand,
spend' for your family's food, 80 a week. For the two-person
L program. Thursday-Choir Practice 8 the above described propertyof
E. L. Marley, pastor. Phone
it's always interesting to compare family, 55 to 74 years old, the After the sack lunch at agapanthus. 9641324. p. said defendant. to satisfy' atsBlt 0 i E' '

your: expenditures with estimated cost is $16-80 weekly. noon, the girls will give dem Annual flowers which may I m.Friday -Junior Choir and said. D.executionP. REDDISH : 'tdl rF

estimated. costs.According onstrations on their projects, be planted now Include aster, Sheriff! Bradford County ,
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESSCHURCH Recreation 3:30
: '
I m.
p. By Jean Wainwright D. S.
balsam, begonia blue lace: ;
i to the Institute These estimates were computed display talent, and model 2-15 4t 3-'3 !I

of Home Economics of th eIt's I from quantities in mod- garments they have made. flower celosia, chrysanthemum FIRST CHRISTIAN I Once a Year Show
Sunday School. 10 a. m.;
-
marigold.-morning glory, In The Circuit
Senior girls giving demonstrations CHURCH Court Of Florida I Fet The Entire Family*
"j rose-moss, nasturitum, sunflower :Morning Worship 11 a. m. Eighth Judicial Circuit In.
and talent
will be selected And For Bradford County. In <
to go to the District tithonia, verbena, and Evangelistic services, 7:30: p. 537 W. Call St., Starke Chancery. ; J3.50 row 1-I7 Mat. 13-W, ft.to P. M.

: Our 43rd I I Demonstration Day in St.' Au the wish-bone flower. m. Bob L. Badgett, Minis? A Pioneer Corporation Finance, Plaintiff Company Lula, 1| $2.50 rows 18-29 Mar. 17, 8:45; Matinees
: gustine, March 17.Let's. Most of the annuals can be "Come, let us reason to I Cor. W. Bell Terrell, Defendant. I $2.00 rows 30-53 Mar. 17.18,1 P.M, 5 PA
Call &
seeded directly into the gar., gether." Christian NOTICE TO APPEARThe I Children under 12, half price, at 5 P. M. Shows Mat. V-: &
State Of Florida To Lula
den. Sow the seed thinly'in Sunday School, 9:45: a. ++*. Bell Terrell. Route 2, Box: 49-A I, Ticket Reservatiotts May Be ]Made hiAt + ..
x 1 shallow trenches. A bakingpowder SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF Church Worship, 10:45: a. m. Starke, Florida. :
You Are Hereby Notified that |
,
at GoGardening can with holes punched CHRIST; Chi Rho, 5:30: p. m. Choir a sworn affidavit as to your I iTO
in the bottom and a three- S mL S. on 301. residence and a Complaint have
,
Anniversaryf practice, 6:30 p. m. CYF 7 p. been filed against you in the I i, ORDER BY MAIL: Send remittance to Jax Coli-
foot
stick Bible CUsses 10
attached for a Sunday- : a. above
named Court wherein the
; handle serves well as a seed m.; Assembly Worship with m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p. Plaintiff seeks to foreclose ai i) seum. Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope.

w shaker. This home-made seed- the Lord's Supper, 11 a. m., m. Wednesday. Minister, Southern mortgage States given by Construction:you U. II i j j

ing gadget takes the back-' Evening Assembly Worship. Bob L. Badgett. and Supply Corporation, dated' Iii.

aching stoop out of seeding. 6:30: p. m.Wednesday. In April 23, 1960 and recorded in i
By Hervey Sharpe CuuotJudg..s Court la Official Records Book 11, page
qT Florida Agricultural Next, cover the seeds light- Bible Cl awry", And For Bradford County,' 421 of the public records of : FLA. PEST
Extension Service ly with firmed soil. Cover the T:30: p. m.LAUREL. Florida. Bradford the County, Florida, cowering .I
following described
planting, if possible with wet Peterson In re:,Estate deceased.of Frank O. property situated in Bradford J I CONTROLNURSERY

By Hervey Sharpe burlap or other materials, to NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll County, Florida, towitA
MISSIONARY i I
parcel of land in the East
t"J 1 1L1 Agricultural Extension Service hold in the moisture and to I creditors of the estate of half of the West half of Southeast .
I BAPTIST CHURCH Frank O. Peterson, deceased,
I are Quarter of Southeast Quar-
Most deciduous prevent seeds from I
plants are as
washing.
hereby notified and I
I Rev. D. E. Willis. Pastor required! to
; I modest; as huumans. The Be.- sure, to remove the covert file any claims or demands

i thing they do when th y"a- ,ing' before.' the-. plants emerge..yw i; to Sunday'4 .p-m/Suriday.School and Worship said which estate they in may the have office against of the !

it J wake in the spring is to coyertheir If.. you' wantvto.keep" annuals. i Tuesday Prayer Meeting I county, Florida judge, of in the Brad foldCounty :SEE qu@ t,: BLOOMING
I limbs with leaves. Dogwood blooming for
-
another "
month,,i I 2:30: p. m... house at Starke Florida court-I Magnolias
redbud, peaches, and keep the I flowers- 'pick date of the first publication of '
plums and a few'others are plants'go-to seed.Hhe-blossom "
30 p. b. this notice Each claim or demand -
exceptions. They prefer to put lug ,period will be cut. short. l i-i must he in writing! andmi I i ELECTRIC GLASS BOTTOM BOATS 5 to 6 Feet
.
on a show of color before. - >=f FtMio the DlPCP nf Test I In 5 Gal. Cans

dressing. I

F Regardless of how plants begin .
4wo- O0SSOat S spring growth,you willfind n npcttoyxeiaror- ; r:"sw,7 x. i !i $198 $]: 98

them hungry after long
a 'R : > :;; .. r 3 .. Y. ai
winter's sleep. They will need ;% :) : : .yz: r A. '".Ca : + uontity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru March 3rd ,
food to them through
carry .
Y.rw"c ,. ..
a.lH :r .yw. )r) py
the first ,spring of growth. LQOKIII !

'j Lawns need at least 20 to 30 : I Juniper Red Bud Trees

pounds: of a balanced plant II I
,... used sales
0'\11 CRICIC. : : Booming car
H food per 1,000 square yards to .:;; .. I

FREE 50 form a carpet of green. Uni .. E :: 1 In Gal. Cans 5 to 6 Feet
:
versity of Florida turf ex- ; ___ have emptied our lots.


lJ.WGREEN; ( STAMPS perts apply say some it's organic a good nitrogenso idea: to i We need used cars, : $$150 I $$298Bottle

s
that the grass will not gulp 9. '
I
WITH THIS COUPON AT YOUR down this greening ,agent in a I so we'll trade higher :

few weeks and become hungry'
NEAREST WINN DIXIE STORE
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Void After Limit One Coupon To Adult With 1 l before your next payday. I for your car now! ; Brush ligustnim

If rye grass is on its way I A
Morch 3 A $5.00 or More Food Order ,
out, then mow and rake it out
WE HAVE 3 to 4 Feet In Gal. Cans
of the permanent grass. Remember !

drying March winds i
will cause grass to burn, ,so BUYERS WAITING I! 'i I II $149
!
sparing the water hose will 39c
WaD "Branded" Flavorful Chuck spoil the grass.If I

I your ulcers get fidgety

because part of the lawn Is not I

Lb.49 as green as you think it should
roast I
: I, be, quit worrying-most likely,
the soil temperature is out of

W-D "Branded" Round Bone Shld. kilter at that spot and here is ; FORD r'SEE S. .
temporary shortage of iron. To j f .

save you from worrying overtime '

about the pale grass, you '1:1;:,f

roast Lb. 59W quickly can bring by applying green color two table-back DEILEI i iI i :;; ......"p.".+"w' ,. ,,
spoons of iron sulphate to each i FOR

"Branded" Sirloin or Round gallon of water in a spray. I
Azaleas and camellias needa COLD WEATHER UP NORTH MEANS HOT BUYS I II

good shot of fertilizer as I THE BIGGEST VALUES IN

steak Lb.89'WaD ? I I soon it safe as and blooming get one is over.of Play the j 1 i FOR YOU ON A '62 FORD !

many special azaleacamelliaI j' I I
j 'I
I fertilizers on the'market. Af-| New Fords by the trainload from the snowed-under !

"Branded" T-bone or Club ter feeding these acid-loving .

I plants, add another layer of;; North are coming South! Galaxies. Fairlan es : ;
i I leaf mulch around these j i, ,

steak 981. plants. Falcons Ford Trucks and we're out to sell \
Lb. Roses will need an applica

tion of nutrients during then them all 1 right now!I They're all priced to move fast! Ii I:

first flush of bloom. The sizeof i I Ir
'W-D "Branded" Beef Short bush and soil is a '.factor. II II I I o

But when in doubt, apply two I r :

ounces of a 10-0-10 top dresser I
1thE
; ALSO FULL LINE OFjrnaGarden
'ribs 39 to each rose bush.
Lb. If daylilies[ don't get their I

early spring meal and aground !

cover of mulch, they],

W-D "Branded" Fresh, Lean Ground not only will be slow] to flower "-
I
but win make only a lazy effort

to set color. II ttrr..... It .. ..

Lb. After,feeding all the plants,I w.-.,............-....rr.rwrar. .. t.. .- .. a... ..... f
beef f 5 $199 .
then consider making cuttingsof B met SESU-A.*ma'i (k..!. FORD PICKUPS! Sam/Mil M-er tie yl eeil.qrria'si

Pkg. poinsettia, Ixora ligustrum,'I FALCONS I! Mid:de.pire--.r! fMIiIJ cwo IifiItI. -',......... ...( .-, -

azalea, croton, and viburnum.I 'Aor. ..ttla' +rl.i11 w'atplrr n". 7 tiarti. taahitt 11r.
Place cutting beds in a shady :

spot or furnish ,shade for the I! r S8E IIOSI' -. Fa9CM f IQ C! >>-.. 1C8! I Ii
Fresh Tender
Young project. Cuttings of many!i 11E ccv.a wE8 A wrs' ,IIC II 818.r elOisel \

types of ornamentals form }


Pole BeansLBS. heavy in root mixtures systems that mosquickly' contain t I WIJ'f)!] L ill rn' p l rn year late Winter fee fda Special pc' MSe: To Prize)be Coolest eEgible when to win.JOB all come you )m hare to pick to do oat i !f fI I Io FtwJ/4

acid peat. Experience Is fiD oat aa Official Entry Bleak See city Ford Dealer for co&tMtrolo :I
the best teacher to determinethe you can win one of these TthabU priKII1K2102D .

,best rooting medium to FAISLiNIS> %1-L itS PfflLCO' COLO T?SOT' !

use for different plants. When HO PfflLCO S-TUNSBTOK RADIOS i M6'MetoID
.D.A.I.
choosing cuttings remember YOUR PRESENT'CAR.DOES NOT HAVE TO BE PAID FOR TO TRADE NOW AT BmBSaBBTERWIfcfcEGAR I
: -
everything being equal rootingease

2 : increases ,the nearer the '
E. CaD St.
cutting is taken to the root ,

system of the plant MOTORS Starke F1a. \CkM leAL CO

Summer I '
flowering bulbs

: ready for planting inchadcriaums e 206 WEST Open Afternoons
MADISON ST. STARKE PHONE 964-3381 Wednesday
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egnnu. dahlias. and.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH





I ; KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, GRANDIN AND LAKE GENEVA



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STAREE FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1962 '.
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Keystone Voters r. a t 7. ing 7:30: fire house. Wednesday night with Mr. his way to Turkey.Mr. .

fYYYYYTTTrrTYYTYYYTTYYYYYYYTYTTTTYYYYTTYTTYY' Go To Polls a- II KEYSTONE Boy Scouts meet 7:30: ,Com- and Mrs. T. H. Berry. and Mrs. Frank Seta-

munity Church. Miss Cathy Perry spent the dint of Gainesville spent Sat.
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Again TuesdayKeystone I KALENDARThursday Eastern Star 8 p. m., Ma- weekend with Mr. and Mrs. afternoon with friends in Mel

sonic HallEvening I Rufus Jorden and family in

Mary K. Schaeffer voters will go to Branch Episcopal Lake City. rose.Mrs.. V. Y. Crawley, Mrs.
the polls Tuesday March 6, March 1 Churchwomen 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Nettie Mann of Jack- Lloyd R. Weeks and children
t. AAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAA.AAAAA..aaa. . . .
------------------aaaaa&J I to elect a councilman to fill r i Den 2, Cub Scouts. 3:45.: St. Wednesday March 7 sonville spent the weekend in and 'Mrs. Reynold R. Weeksof

Boy Scout SupperOn ed a badge as Senior Patrol the unexpired term of J. L. Anne's parish house. Ash Wednesday. Beginningof Melrose. Green Cove Springs spent

Tuesday Feb. 20 the Leader, and John Allen received Hetherington resigned.The DeMolays meet. 7:30: p.m., Lent. John Brownlee Sr. and Col. Wed. at Silver Springs.Mr. .

Boy Scouts of Troop 105 and a badge as Junior As- only name to appear on Masonic Hall.Community. Beginners Bible Club, 3:30: John B. Brownlee of Omaha, and Mrs. James Wells

their families enjoyed a Covered sistant Scoutmaster.Mr. the ballot will be that of M. I Church Choir p.m., Jane Reynolds home. Nebr. visited,friends here Fri I and Mr. Leon Snider of

Dish Supper in the educational Wyman told of plans L. Beasley, former Keystone 4 :. pa practice 7:30: p.m. Men's Nite Owl Bowling day. Col. Brownlee attended Quincy spent a few days with

N building of the' for the Troop. A campoutand Heights,mayor, who was the Friday, March 2 League Bowelro 7 pjn. school in Melrose some 20 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen and

Communtiy Church.' hike once a month if possible only candidiate to qualify. Women's Golfers Assn., 10 Cottage Prayer Meeting years ago and this was his family. Mrs. Wells remained

After the supper Scout. and a Camporee at. In- The term will run until Jan. a-m., Country Club. 7:30: p.m., Community Church first return trip. He is now on [Continued on Page 161
leaders gave a ceremony on I' terlachen in April. 1, 1963. Rotary 12:15: noon.. Masonic rectory.St. .

the twelve points of Scout Law. Troop activities will con- Polls will be open from 7 Hall.. Anne's Junior Choir'
a.m. to 7 p.m. DuPont Men's Bowling practice 7:30: p.m.
Scoutmaster Barry Wyman tinue
throughout the summer
introduced his Assistant months. League Bowelro. 7 p.m. St. Anne's Senior Choir SMART! NEW! RCA VIClnRSportabout

Scoutmaster, Mike Red!earn, Appreciation was expressedto Saturday March 3 practice 8 pjn.
delicious refreshments
and his Junior Assistant were Woman's Club bake sale. St. Anne's Vestry meets 8
I
members of the
troop
com- served and social hour Ruins of
a en- Keystone Woman's ClubCharred
Heights 9:30
Scoutmaster, John Allen. mittee : a.m., post office. pjn. Portable! with
and to Mothers Lena
joyed. President Bee Cooper _____ ___
n ... Sunday, March 4 Daytime Branch Episcopal I V-q the amazing"New Vista"
Presentation of Troop Char- Clemens and Lucille Davie for .. "" '' "-
opened the meeting and called Tuner. Engineered for
ter made by Pete O'Con- I making this evening such a .\ ') St. William's Choir practice Churchwomen after 10 a.m. I
was on Mrs. Lena Clemens to .'m'--. y 12 noon. service. \ the cleueit picture ev.rl
nor, Neighborhood Commissioner success. read St. Francis. .'f"I \ r
a prayer by ; 1st Baptist Young Lenten Service St. Anne's (
E """ People'sChoir
Luncheon ,
.
At
to President of the Keystone Schroeder'sThe Roll call was answered by a .'M 7:30: o
practice. 6:30: p.m. pjn.Thursday $179.95RADIOS
Heights Rotary Club. ? m W
Keystone Heights mem- bird call from each member. March
8
Community Church
', Lewis Mulr and then turned bers of Jacksonville's Khem Each member was requestedto 6 Pioneers Cub
5 p.m. Scouts Den 2, St.
the Charter over to Scoutmaster Temple No. 85, Daughters of describe and imitate a bird, Community Church Young Anne's, 3:45: pjn.
Wyman, who accepted on the Nile held a luncheon the name of which was hiddenin People 7 p.m.lfarch.

behalf of the troop. Bill Rey- meeting at the home of Mrs. a nest of letters on her pro- Monday, 5 !
nolds was introduced as Institutional Linnie Schroeder at her homeon gram. A program on Birds Catechism .T: .
Grades 1-5, St.William's .
e Representative. Max Lake Brooklyn Thursday, had been prepared especiallyby 3:30 YVYTMELROSE
Mooneyham Chairman of the Feb. 22, at noon. Guest of hon a selected group of mem : Children's p.m. the WHITBY
Troop Committee was introduced or was Queen Florence War- bers. I Art Class DotNewman's 6, Mark Series HMWMS'.'

as well as the membersof ren. She was presented with a Mrs. Bachmann chairman t- Joy Club, 3:30: p.m. By Mrs. Alice Rot hlmJ.Der 260 ea la:Qlcturt -
,
"" Hope Baptist ''TbeTWlHTO
his committee. lovely gift from the members of Bird Conservation, gave an Church after school. .' A SerI .182-A-C04v RCA VICTOR '
Assistant Scoutmaster Red- a window planter. informative talk on birds she .'" F 4
< Cub 172 to.to.WcturAlatubeowrsq@e ?
Scouts Den 3, 3:45: Mr. and Mrs. Michael Red- 7 COLOR TV
learn presented badges bars )
Member guests included Joy : personally has observed a- p.m., St. Anne's parish house. I $
and service stars to Scribes round her home. She feeds' fern of Keystone Heights an-
Baker Vesta Aiken Phyllis i Teen Agers instructions st.William's Glare-Proof$sf
and Assistant Patrol leaders of nounce the arrival of a daughter -
Hussey Miriam Mingledorff. them regularly. She has gain- 7 Bonded On TuMS
p.m.CAP
Kathy Lynne Feb. 21,
five Datrols. Ronnie ed much information aboutth
Hardenbergh Mabel
Scoutmaster Wyman presented Crawford Ruth Mitchell, various species and their ." ---- tel.Cadets 7:30: The baby is a granddaughterof Super'Pgwedwl"t1iwY--.--
badges, bars, and serv- habits. This made a most enjoyable Mr. and Mrs. Montay Vick-
Helen Kennedy and Nita Be- Adult
Interior of Club House "I instructions St. Wil- and
ers a greatgranddaughterof
ice stars to Patrol Leaders program for the after-
lote. Pearl Corbin of Jacksonville liam's, 8 p.m.
Troop Scribe and Quartermaster accompanied the Queento noon. I Adult Art Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Whit- up to,,$100.00TOADEIN
Class Dot New-
ney of Melrose.Mr. .
Keystone Heights and she There were 19 members Keystone Club Plans To Rebuild man's, 8 p.m.Community. and Mrs. Tim King of
receiv- .
Richard Mooneyham too was a guest. Keystone present and three guests. Churchwomen'sgeneral
Hartsville S. C. spent four
Heights guests included Gloria Benefit Bridge Party meeting, 7:30 p.m. days with his brother and sis- For Your Old ,TV

I INSUltANCEAutoFireCarualty Murrhee and Beatrice Young. The Benefit Bridge Party After Disastrous Loss By Fire Tuesday, March 6 ter-in-law] Mr. and Mrs. Maxie $15.88 This Hew Color
t Garden Club Meets St. William's up on
given at the home of Mrs. Mass, 7:45: King and family.

Bonds and Allied Lines The Garden Club of the Emery H. Cooper on Lake Geneva Mrs. Hattie McElveen of
Lakes met at the home of Mrs. Friday afternoon. Feb. Preliminary plans for rebuilding -I cation. She estimated that a- a.m.Den 2 Cub Scouts 3:45: St. Sumter. S. C. visited her I Wheeler I SALES &
Insurance
Reynolds Gladyce Bachmann on Lake 23, was most successful and the fire-destroyed' round 3,000 books were destroyed Anne's parish house. daughterand son-in-law Mr. I

Agency Geneva at 1:30 p.m., Feb. 22. profitable. Seven tables of Keystone Heights Woman's' in the fire in additionto Bible Club after school and Mrs. Eugene Sapp and SERVICE
W. L. Reynolds / Mrs. Bachmann Mrs. Fran players enjoyed the afternoon. Club in another location were library office equipment.The Fred Dodd home Grades 15. family.Mr. .

Ph. 2442 2701 Livingston and Mrs. R. W. There was a prize for each discussed at a meeting'of'the Woman's Club building St. Augustine Deanery meetIng and Mrs. Tom Spurlockand TV Appliances
I club Tuesday. Two possiblenew had been redecorated inside
Becker NCCW
Keystone Height Fit. were co-hostesses.; table which was a lovely Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Bunyon
Prior to the business meeting, azalea bush. Door prize went sites were offered [both and out about three years ago. Election
A to fill unexpired Kelley spent Thursday in Pa- Between Keystone HigheU and Melrose
to be donated] and committee
a Included in the fire loss were term .'
..... on Town Council Please latka.
was named to confer with new hardwood floors, a com- j RR-21 Melrose GR 5-2401
trustees -'of" the' Community pletely' equipped kitchen vote.Volunteer Mr. end Mrs. Buck Thomasof

KEYSTURE HEIGifiS-MELROSE :Church next week concerningthe draperies, stage equipment, Fire Dept. meet 'JlOrR nfie1cL. Ky. spent <.i ', "L

possible purchase by the and a large number "of tables ,
church of the club's present and chairs.

property.The The fire is believed to have '
BUSINESS DIRECTORY club house and furn- started in the kitchen around MEMBERS OF CLAY ELECTRIC CO-OPERAM

'I ishings were destroyed by fire the stove or water heater:,The I

of undetermined orgin about club had been used Friday
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1:15 a.m. Saturday. Racing night for a meeting of the

APPLIANCE DEALERFRIGIDAIRE GAS-BOTTLED REAL ESTATE through the wooden interior duplicate bridge club, and coffee ?
of the concrete masonry was made in the kitchen. ? DID YOU KNOW

Keystone Gas Co. James H. building, the flames also destroyed However it is said that an inspection -

24 HOUR SERVICE the town's library was made to see that j f

PHONE 4351 McEachernRegistered which was housed m the everything was all right before -

i Sales and Service Franchised Distributor of building. leaving the building that I 1. YOUR ELECTRIC RATES CAN BE REDUCED

SAF-GAS Real Estate Broker Total loss of building furnishings night. ,
Yeoman's' Electric LOTS Acreage BUSINESS library equipment Members of the Woman's .
LUMBER Honest, Personal Attention and books was estimated at Club said it had been noted in "

Service Given Every Inquiry To Buy around 25000. recent weeks that the hot wa-

Melrose GR 5-2371 San Lebrydo Or Sell The Woman's Club carried ter had been running extremely 2. ONLY your BOARD of TRUSTEES can CAUSE this TO be DONE!

Lumber Co. Cor. Lakeview Bout & $10,000 in insurance on the hot but it is not

AUTO SERVICE We Specialize in Custom Jasmine Ave. Keystone Heights, building and it is believed known whether this was due I I 3. The Trustees are the Policy-Making and SUPERVISORY BODY, and are

Baker! Enterprises"Available" Cut Materials Extra Lengths P. O. 163, TeL 4106 that insured the ty books the were Clay partially County to contributed a defect to that the'fire.might have. I responsible to the members for the successful operation of the Co-operative.. '


Baker Prop. Cement Sheet- Mortar Rock Mix- Library Heights Library of which was the a Keystone branch. Department Keystone's managed Volunteer to save Fire 4. Anything above 100% Debt Service Ratio must be returned to YOU, the

Auto Repair 21 Hr. Oil Service Mill on Hyw tl at Mlddkburr,, S. E. McKay, RealtorSenior Mrs. Emery Cooper Chair- the Community Church from Member-Owner! Your estimated, Debt Service Ratio i is 117.2% for 1962.
Bait Shell Gas &
man of the Clay County Library -
Phone BU 2-5272 damage although a space of
Portable Available Electric 24 Ore.Welding Member Board, called a meetingfor only three feet separate the 5. This can be returned to you ONLY through Capital Credits or REDUCED
i MILLWORK. Society Residential AppraisersLive 10 a.m. Thursday [today] two buildings. Fortunately the
2 ML So. on Rt. 100 oak Shad&S.500TenmWell in Green Cove Springs to de- RATES!
wind was blowing in the right
Keystone Heights 4656 Keystone Wooded Tracts termine what insurance cover-

FLORIST Millwork Shop $20 down-$10 mOo 36 mos. age was carried on the books direction away from the 6. So-called Capital Credits (Patronage Capital) cannot be returned to you

Membership on Private Park and to make plans for reopening church otherwise it might!
I for long time unless the changed!
DOCKS a yet by-laws are
CABINETS
With Wide Beaeh the library in another 1 o- have caught fire also.business I, ,
Edna Williams WINDOW FRAMES 3071
Ph.
SCREENS "Keystone Helghts- to Mrs. Flo Becker; while the education teacher until -I 7. Your operating cost or ratio is bud geted at 63.3% of your estimated. reve

TN11RSDY'FLOwms Trim Material 'Galloping Goose" prize was Christmas time. nue of nearly two and three-fourtha million dollars for 1962! -
Sash Made To Order Winifred H.CRAWFORD. won by Mrs. Peggy Shaller of Girls Lose To Melrose

For All Oceasfeu Keystone Heights TeL 428.' Starke.Morning Coffee stone Saturday Heights evening School the Girls'Key-A I! 8. As a member, you should have been provided with a copy of the by-laws

NURSERY Broker Mrs. Halle Whitmore a and B teams lost both and all amendments thereto.
Melrose: Phone: OR 5-2331 Re rRef ,Estate. games I i
Lake
Lake Properties Acreage Keystone resident when they played basketball
Clemens NurseryOvtr Ranches BusinessCity tained at her home on enter-I in Melrose with Melrose. The I:, ,
INSURANCEAn 600 Varieties of morning Feb. '23, I :'
Homes Rental game was considered a"home"I "
Shrubs Trees Houseplants "We Take A Personal Intel, Morning Coffee Break for game as gate receipts went to 1 1i. "
Insurance Savings Flan Citrus & Azaleas 3 for $1.00 In Your Requirements' Mrs. Wilma Klein a visitor Keystone School. A net profitof ;i. .3f #. .

If You Live If s a SavingIf Hiway 100 at HUlcrest Midway: Keystone Hdjnt '. from Atlanta Ga., who is the $8 will be spent on basket- I II I ,

You Die I?. Insurance 3% Miles East of Melrose house-guest of Mr. and Mrs.C. ball letters for the most deserving -I -

ASK YOUR GULF :MAN Keystone Heights Hiway 21-Open 811J14a1a-. L. Sipe. Other guests included girls. -
Mrs. C. L..Sipe Mrs. D. Anthony Baker D. Anthony Baker
NURSERY STOCK I GB 5S81RESTAURANT Camille Stewart Mrs. Mar- In the A-game, forwards I
L. R., Brault Rubylane Smith Carol Campbell
Azaleas SOc & up I garet TracY Mrs. John Bird, Nancy Sutton, and Jane
Keystone lights. Tel '4558-4151. 3' to 4* Azaleas Special $%.00 ea. Mrs. Ruth Johnston, and! Miss McMurtry as well as Guards I KNOWS was born and raised

Landscaping :Material AvailableSee Anna ,McCullough.Mrs. I Barbara Drake Reba Hall i
k
INSURANCE Our Plants Before You Buy Johnston is Hostess Stenna Logsdon, and Leola THE OPERATION within

O. C. Carnes Nursery Meet Your Frieads Mrs. Ruth Johnston of Ridaught.. did their best, but
atLawrence's Youngstown Ohio currently a the final score was 38-64 in of hollering distance -

I Geo. E. La Rue Florahome 684-4665 resident of White Feather favor of Melrose. Rubylane '

PACKAGE STORE DinetteCOLD Court, entertained friends at scored 11 points: Carol 8; YOURCOOPERATIVE ; of yourHome '
\ Your Local dinner Feb. 22, at the Park-of Nancy 17; and Jane 2.
BEER GOOD FOOD After dinner, the -
the-Palms. '
\ TRAVELERS ShaughnessysPACKAGE entire group adjourned to the In the B game, Forward : .. Office i :
\ INSURANCE STORE Open 11 a. m. to 9 p. m. Carol Wolfe scored 12 points; ..
home of Mr. and Mrs. John ;.
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Keystone HeightsTELEPHONE OPEN 8 A. M.-12 P. M. DAILY Mon. thru Saturday Forward Jo Wildt 2; Forward
Bird where they enjoyed an .
4692 CLOSED SUNDAYS Closed Sunday Marian Beasley 16; and For-
old-fashioned sing.
Keystone Melrose B&nrey ffiway 21 Keystone Helghti wards Pat Cuendit and Beverly -
New Baby
Also Cuendit, 0.
INSURANCE Blue Pine Package Store & Bar WELL DRILLING Mr..and Mrs. Louis Bou- Pat Cuendit also played

Rt.r100 South dreau of Gainesville are the guard part time and she and A VOTE FOR
proud parents of their first BAKER.-
Murrhee Insurance ahy Williams did a fine D. Anthony
REAL ESTATE WELL DRILLING child a ten-pound three-oz
job'of getting the ball to the
AgencyGeneral PUMPS boy. born Saturday evening
forwards. Other guards were
C. J. Pete O'ColinorPEALTOE
SERVICE Feb. 24, at Alachua General
Marguerita Float and Nancy
Fire Insurance Bonds MATHEWS.Well Hospital He will be ,named Kingsbury.The final score was For Trustee, District No. 1, at The Annual Meeting on March 22 isa vote.for
Casualty .:-' Rhett Joseph. This is of special -
REAL ESTATE 30-31 in,favor.of.Melrose.
Allied Lees MORTGAGES Drilling interest to the boys and ; REDUCED RATES and EFFICIENT OPERATION. ,
This the final of
APPR..USAf"j girls at Keystone'High School was game, :
Keystone Heights, 2731, Keystoaa gefrhfr.' I UEutosm OR 5 'i101t I .
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SIXTEEN,, BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARVE. FLORIDA'
THURSDAY MARCH 1, 1963

YYYYTYYYTTTTYYTYTTTTTT i Grandin after spending the building of the Community J for and presented by New'!, tire community has rallied in FIRST BAPWST CHURCH: Feb. 14.Mrs. -
',weekend with relatives in Church. There short I York's Ballet I the highest.score on a know- Sunday School 9:45: ft. at
was. a Society to be their time of need. .
Catherine
3 KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS Vickers is in ledge and attitude test givento 11 .
Worship a m.
GRANDIN I Clearmont.Mrs. business meeting following' sung in conjunction with Mr. PersonalsWe the Alachua
Came Rye. and Mrs. J. the entertainment. Monetti's "The Medium." are happy to report that J. R. Smith pastor Ralph General Hospial. the senior girls. She is now MYF and MCP 7 p. m.

By Mrs. Rebecca BrantleyAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ P. Herring were in Palatka on County Librarian First performances began at Mrs. S., E. McKay who enter- Copeland, Minister of Music Mr and Mrs. Ed King and State eligible Homemaker to compete of in Tomorrow the Evening Worship i p. m.

Thursday where they visited Issues Message Heckscher Theater, N. Y. C., ed Riverside Hospital last -nd church organist. I children and Mr. Maxie King I I contest sponsored by a-

Harris Herring, who is a The Clay County Librarianhas in Feb. 1947, and the Broad- week with prospects of surg- Services: Sunday School 9:45: spent the weekend with friends national milling

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. patient in Putnam Memorial asked us to print the following way Production began at the ery, will be home this week, m. Morning Worship '10:51: and relatives in Hartsville The monthly meeting company.of the TRINITY EPISCOPAL

Halley of Florahome are the Hospital, and Mrs. Minnie message: ,, 'Ethel Barrymore Theater on secure in the knowledge that\ *. m. Training Union 7:80 p. S. PTA will be held Monday CHURCH MELROSE

proud parents of a son born Rye, who is in Glendale Hos "As you probably know the May 1, 1947. Since that time, surgery was not necessary in m. Evening services 8:00: p. C.Mr.. and Mrs- Wilbur Sapp I night, Mar. 5 in the high Sundays10 a. m. Church

Feb. 22, in Putnam Memorial pital Keystone Heights Branch of this delightful little operettahas her case. "Mac" says he ex- m. You are Invited to'Ihar, and sons, Larry and Eddie .
school auditorium. The Spring School. 11:45 ft. m. Morning
Hospital at Palatka. The There was a Youth Fellowship the Clay County Public Library been separated from its pects to have Hazel back on family Prayer time with us. and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Sapp I
Music Program will be pre- Prayer and Sermon First:
baby weighs 6 Ibs. 3 ozs., and Night at Paran Churchon has lost its home as well original companion piece the golf course In another visited Mr. and Mrs. G. B. sented by the Music Depart- Sunday. Holy Communion]. I
has been given the name Friday February 23. Those as all its books and other materials "The Medium" and has been month. COMMUNITY CHURCH Wynn and mother Mrs. Sallie
ment. Members of FHA will p. m. Episcopal Young ChurchI
Thomas Jr. present were: The pastor Alton in the fire that destroyed presented for select groups Guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. Wynn. f I
provide baby-sitting free of men. I
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kill- Stephens guest pastor the Keystone HeightsWoman.s radio, elevision, and the L. DuMaine at their Santa Fe ;
Bunyon Jr. has I
A. C. Holt, Minister. Kelley charge in the Home EC. Build- Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy
,gore and son Rickey of Pa- Calvin Presley from Hollister Club on Saturday legitimate theater ,over the Lake home are Mr. DuMaine's Mrs George A. Canova, Organist transferred from M. H. S. tot t ing. Communion.The I i
latka, were Sunday guests of Baptist Church song leader. Feb. 24. entire nation. sister. Sister Marie Anna, and Gainesville High School. i
and Director. The Mustangs beat Lake Rev. Lee W H ton
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Brantley.Mr. Joe Grain Hollister, special "To the many persons who The two roles will be sung her Mother Superior, Sister The Christian Fellowship : I
Richard Cusbuan Butler Friday night in the
music, Waymakers Quartet, have books checked out at Mrs. Robert and Tooth DIr. i Vicar.
and Mrs. Henry Dinklaof by Hendry Beatrice Marie, from the Pres- Sunday School Class of the
last of the season 4945.
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Sunday School. 9:45 game
. Florahome visited Mrs. duet, Betty Jean Benton, Hene the present time we say, Floyd Baker, with Mrs. GeorgeA. entation-of-Mary Convent at : am.. Methodist Church met in the
Larry Strawn was high scorer
Strickland. Elaine Crain was return them to the Library Canova at the Morning Worsnip, 11 a. B.
tAnnie F. Sikes at Doctors please piano. Holyoke Mass. They will be Recreation
Building of the
I Young 7 for the night with 27 points
hospital in Starke on Sunday the accordian soloist. The Clerk, Mrs. Helen Law- St. Anne's EpiscopalThe in Florida with the DuMaine'sfor Pioneers People p. m. church for the monthly social '
6 m. followed by Jimmy Downs
p. WILLIAMS
afternoon. pianist was Mrs. Dorothy rence, on Academy Way. Due Rev. Mr. Worstall will two weeks, seeing all meeting Thurs. night Feb. 15. who made 12 points. The girls
Price Harvey. The age group to the fact that records conduct his first at St.
Mrs. Edith Bishop of many service sights of interest. This was i ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL with the teacher of this class, bowed to the Tigers in an
.Gainesville was calling on Mrs. invited were the Intermediate were destroyed, we do not Anne's on Sunday at 9:30 the first reunion between Mr. CHURCH.' KEYSTONE Mrs. Elizabeth Melton. Word I I overtime 4442. JEWELRYREPAIRS

Belasorio on Saturday.Mrs. through Young Adult. have an accurate check on a.m., and has scheduled a full DuMaine and his sister in 27 games and a song fest were i

W. D. Gornto had as Churches represented [Bap- books, but we rely on the hon- week of services as follows: years. Sundays::30 a. m. Church features of the evening. Mrs." The Junior Class sponsored'

Sunday guests ,her, daughter tist were Hollister, Francis, esty of our patrons to return Daily Offices: Morning Prayer Mr. and Mrs. Ben Antczakof School 9:30: a. m. Morning Wallace. Austin served refreshments a Honey Hop at the Parish (

Mrs. Hazel Giddins of Palatka, Penile, Hampton, Madison same. 8:30 a.m.; Evening Prayer, Dearborn Mich are house Prayer and Sermon [1st Sun. to 19 members., House Sat. night after the .' WATCHESDIAMONDSAll I

and a son-in-law and daughter Street Starke, "Calvary" Pa-I "Anyone who has books he 5 p.m.: Holy Eucharist, Ash guests of their old friends, Mr. day, Holy Communion], 6 p.i'n. Visitors are most welcome to I Ii girls basketball game with Work GuaranteedA. I

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Lesley latka. Other visiting churches! is no longer using, and would Wednesday 7:30 and 10 ajn.: and Mrs. Joe Murelli, of Episcopal Young Church- attend this class which Is held Keystone Heights.METHODIST I C. Williams

of Middleburg. were the Florahome Churchof j like to dispose of them this is Litany Penet ntial Office and Keystone Club Estates. They,men./ I i each Sunday at 9:45 ajn. I i W. Call St. I

, Paran church has added God and the Florahome certainly the time to donate Meditation, Ash Wednesday, arrived Feb. 15, and have had Holy DayS7:30: a. m. Holy CHURCH 142 ,
The G. A.'s of the
Baptist Starke
'four new members by letter. Methodist. them to a worthy cause. We 7:30 pan. lovely Florida weather i Communion. MELROSERev. Fla.

,They are Mrs. Calvin Price, have lost approximately 1,000 St. Anne's Vestry will meet.on throughout.Mrs. Third Wednesday Parish Church met Monday evening. Kenneth W. Griffith \
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from, the Hampton Baptist TTTTTTTTTYYTYTTYTT books in addition to.a new Wednesday, March 7, at 8 pjn. Leo Oakey a winter Covered Dish Supper. 6 or 6:30 The winners of the pastor. -- r Ii I

Church, Mr. and Mrs. Carl typewriter, telephone, and other The Evening Branch of the' visitor at White Feather Court p. m. cate ,Bridge Club DUPli-1 i!

Carnes from the Florahome KEYSTONE necessary items in the run- Episcopal Churchwomen's Society had the misfortune to fall Prayer Meeting [Wed] 7:30: following: First place, .

:Baptist Church and Mr. ning of a library. will meet Tuesday,, and break.a leg last week. P. IlLTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYY'. Stanley LaCoste and Mrs. W. DAVCO RECORDS SALUTESThe
Houston Goodbread from the HIGHLIGHTS "Within the next week we March 7, after attendance at She Is now in the University H. Davie; Second place, Mrs.;

.Sanmeto Baptist Church. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA hope to find a new home for The Holy Eucharist Service atj Medical Center in Gainesville Alice Ketchum and Mrs.I Area's No. 1 TV Entertainer

Mrs. P. D. Mann of Flora- our Library, and to begin 10 ajn. I and expects to be there In George Phelps: and Third I II|

ome has returned home froma [Continued from Page 131 from scratch to build up this Nancy O'Connor was the traction at least four weeks.I MELROSEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA pdace Mrs. Paley Boyd and I JIMMY STRICKLANDSPECTACULAR

visit with her brother and the season. The Basketball branch of our county system." only delegate from Keystone I While this is a sad way to Mrs. Mary Cook. \

sister at St. Augustine.Miss season is officially over. W. G. A. TournamentThe Heights to the annual conven- spend part on one's Florida i School News !

Carolyn Giddies of Bake SaleMembers Keystone Women Golf tion of the EYC in Tallahassee. vacation, she, is most pleased. [Continued from Page 13] I A Bake Sale was held at the I

:Miami spent Monday In Gran- of the Keystone ers' Association held a two- Nancy went with a dele- with the treatment they have Post Office Saturday morning t WITH GINNY ATTER I

:dIn visiting relatives and Heights Woman's Club will ball mixed foursome tourna- gation from Palatka on Feb. given her at the hospial, mak- here for a brief Vsit. 'by the parents of students in' FULL EVENING I I
Ralph Cason of Palatka
friends.Mr. hold a Bake Sale on Saturday ment on Sunday Feb. 25, at 23. She returned home on ing it as pleasant as possible.: the Band or Music Depart OF TOP TALENT

and Mrs. Edward Hut-. morning, March 3, at or near- the Keystone Country Club. .i Sunday, suffering from lack Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brain I spent ents, Mr.Saturday and Mrs.with R.his M. Cas-par- ment. II IIlAX.

son have returned home after by the post office. Selling will There were 56 entries in all, of sleep,' but reporting that erd of Erwinna, Pa. left for The members of FHA presented i i

spending several days In begin at 9:30: ajn. Mrs. Her- two divisions with 14 couplesin she had a fine time as well as home Monday: morning aftera on.Mrs. their sponsor, Mrs. ', COLISEUM
Huffman
their trailer home at Horse- bert Nelson is in charge. each. A number of ladies helping to accomplish some of pleasant visit; with their visited friends Margaret in Jacksonvillefor Frances Stephenson with a 10,000 Scats
from Palatka had been in- the work of the convention.She .
shoe.Mr. Woman's Club Meeting friend, Mrs. Alma Frost. The the weekend. surprise birthday party Mon Tickets on Sale at Coliseum, 1145 E. Adams St;
R. L. Seigler accompa- Members of the Keystone vited. was made a member of Brainerds purchased a house day afternoon in the Home EC. Park Ticket Office.
In the first division Otto I the resolutions committee. :Mrs. Ima Self of Gaines- Hemming
nied Mrs. H. H. Gornto to Pa- Heights Woman's Club held while they were here: the old building. She was given a
latka on Wednesday.Mr. their scheduled covered-dish- Wettstein and Fern Garber After the Sunday service Weld home and as soon as ville spent Tuesday with her cookbook. i SATURDAY, MARCH 3 8:00 P.M. {
had low score of 41..Low there will be a social period parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. B.
and Mrs. H. R. Pierce luncheon Tuesday afternoon. gross they dispose of then- Pennsylvania Miss Oleda Bowen placed Children 50c
I net of 32 was held by with refreshments, to give the Campbell.Miss Adults _1.50
score
'and family have returned toi t I I Feb. 27, in the educational holdings, they will be I first in the Homemaker of Under
Frieda Wyman and Lindsay parishoners an opportunity to Carol Rothhammer (In advance '1.25) II IIi
back to make their home in Tomorrow contest by making i
- Walker.In greet the new Vicar.St. Keystone Heights. We admirethen celebrated her 17th birthday I 1 i :

the second division, low William's Notes taste. ___
ANSWER QUICK! gross score of 53 was held by Choir Practice will be held '
May Henderson and Vesta at noon on Sunday. The Choiris MrsWilma Klein of Atlanta II

Aiken. Kathy Redfearn and getting ready for the visit Ga. is the house guestof BUSINESS DIRECTORY

Jimmy McMurtry held low net of the Archbishop on March Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sipe. AREA !
Mrs. Sipe and Mrs.
score of 26. 24, at which time he will give cousins.Mr. Klein are
Par for the 9 holes of the Confirmation for the first

r I course is 36.Following time at St. William's.. Confir- and Mrs. J. F. Bastian .

the tournament, mation Service will begin at from Montoursville, Pa. were

a cocktail hour was held and 8 p.m. Saturday evening, Mar. guests last week of Mrs. Bas- AUTO BRAKES .I'AUTO SALES &SERVICE,GARDEN SUPPLIES I SEWING MACHINES

then a covered dish dinner. 24. tian's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Where The dinner was in charge of I There is a rumor around Jack Haberstroh, on Lake Ge- Hull's Brake Supply VOLKSWAGENSales Johnson & Paris, Sewing Machine 1
who neva. The Bastians had been
Kitty Martin while the that the children are attending -
"BRAKE SPECIALISTS"For
Inc.Complete
Tournament'was in charge of Catechism, Classes vacationing for ,a time at Service Parts Service Co. '
Every Car or Truck Line of
\ Frieda Wyman. each Monday afternoon are West Palm Beach where they Miller-Brown Motors I New Home White
k Are Community Church Notes not behaving so well. We flew by jet from Pennsylvania.They Turning: GJ'ndInReUAlng! SEEDSPlANTS- I NeccU Platt
While You Wait FERTILIZERS II
1 R The general meeting of the know that children that were met in Jacksonville Gainesville Inc. Sales & Service
1111 S. Main In.seeUeldesPet Supplies
a Churchwomen will be Mon- age are tired after a day at where they broke their FR 24532: I Repairs On All Makes

They? day, March 5. at 7:30 p.m..in school and would rather be flight home, and the Haber- FR 2.9829 1030 University Ave. 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders 815 W. Univ. Ave., Gainesville ,
224 N. W8th Ave.
I the educational building. The out enjoying this nice spring stroh's took" them back to GainesvilleB S76-1075
FR 2.0476Gainesville.
'Speaker will be Rev. Ben weather. However, one must I Jacksonville to continue their AUTO GLASS -

Cummings from Radio Station consider the ladies. who give speedy journey to Pennsyl- Fla.

HCJB, the Voice of the their time to teach, and makea vania. & G Motors Co. HI-FI STEREO SPORTING GOODS

Andes, in Quito, Equador. special effort to get there On Thursday evening Feb. Mauldin's -
Theme for the World Day each week. If you are a par- 22, Mr. and Mrs. Frank CADILLAC OLDSMOBILEF85 Top Tunes"The This Area's Most Complete Line

Your U. S. War Bonds? Your insurance policies? of Prayer Service is "For God ent, perhaps you should speakto Tamm entertained at dinnerIn Auto Glass HILLMAN of ,Sporting Goods at *

The deed to your home? Your contracts or business SO .Loved the World." The your child. their new home in Key- COMPLETE STOCK CURVED Sales and Service Biggest Little Record

Worship Service comes from Next Sunday will be Com- stone Club Estates. Dinner 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 Shop in the South" Jimmie Hughes Inc.
papers? Your important financial records and re- GLASSWindshield t
the Women of Uruguay. munion for the children. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. FR 6-7515 HI-FI Stereo Component Dealer

ceipts? Your will? your jewelry, keepsakes, heir- Women and Ministers of the Altar Society and other ladiesof Herman Raehl of St. Clair & Door Glass Pilot Harman Karden 1113 W. University Galnewlfe

looms? Baptist Episcopal, and com- the parish will receive Com- Shores, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Replaced In Any Male KLH Fairchild Garrard
munity Churches will partic- munion in a body on the fol- Alfred Beer of Cincinnati, DODGE LANCER 811 W. Union Ave. GainesvilleFR

If your home were burning you'd have to answer ipate Friday. March 9, at 7:30 lowing Sunday March 11: Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Car Or Truck SEMCA. I 2-2728 I ROOFING

ALL these questions in a FLASH. The best answerat pjn. in the Baptist Church In while the Holy Name Society I. Neal of Lake Santa Fe and.. We Handle Safety Glass Sales Parts Service I I

ANY time is "SAFE in my Safe Deposit Box." Keystone Rights. and other men of the parish Mr. and Mrs. Leo LeBlanc FR 6-2558 USED CARS TOOPooleGable i The Helzel Co.
Silver Tea Planned will receive on March 18. The of Keystone Club Estates. The 1314 S. Main Gainesville Motors I LADIES WEAR

The cost? Less than you pay for your daily news- The eighth Annual Silver Holy Name men will hold a Raehls and the Beers were .LI 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. GainesvilleFR ROOFING

paper. Stop in and let us tell you all about it. Tea of the Community breakfast in the recreation house guests of the Tamms. 2-4S4S Ii Cherry's SHEET METAL

Church Women will be held hall following Mass on March They have since returned AUTO RADIATORS AIR CONDITIONINGNo

March 15, at 2 pm. The 18.The home, but the Raehls are:f Gainesville's Most Fashionable Job Too Large Or Too Small
THE KEYSTONE 202 S. E. 4th St. Gainesville
STATE BANK musical program will be an Keystone Heights Or- planning to build a home in'. Butler's Radiator CAMERAS Address For Ladies
FR 2-1491
der of Easter Star 279 will
operetta. "The Telephone. by Keystone Club Estates. DRESSES SUITSCOATS
MEMBER'F.D.I.C. meet at 8 o'clock., Tuesday ServiceMost
Gian-Carlo Manetti, a short Mr. and Mrs. Leo LeBlanc ACCESSORIES
A Bank in contemporary one-act operetta night, March 6,at the Masonic entertained Modern Cores In Stock Fuller's Foto Inc.
Friendly ,A Friendly Community Temple. The'meeting will be i friends at dinneron 105 W. University. Gainesville! SHOES I IBob's
filled with good humor and All Cars Trucks
Saturday evening Feb. 24,, Repairs "YOUR CAMERA SHOP"Headquarters
Keystone Heights, Fla. called to order by the recently
light comedy.It at their Keystone Club Estates i National Trailer Rental For
was originally written installed Worthy Matron, home. Dinner guests were Mr., 519 S. W. 4th Ave., Gainesville Cameras & Photo Supplies MOVER Shoe Store I
Ernestine Eisenacher, assistedby FR 2-0496 Shoes for The Entire "
and Mrs. Harold Maison and i i T. V. Stamps Family
k Worthy Patron, J. Azzie ii
i 619 W. Univ. FORTUNE FOR MEN
daughter Sharon of Gaines- Ave.. GainesvilleFR
Williams. ville, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur II I I 2-071S Gainesville CHARM SET FOE WOMEN
At the Open Installation on Neal of Lake Santa Fe. AUTO SALES & SERVICE ENDWELL FOR CHILDREN

ATTENTION Feb. 20. a colorful ceremonywas Bags Millinery-AccessozlM
FARMERS
Mrs. LeBlanc served her
enjoyed by ,an overflow guests on their screened patio IMPERIAL CHRYSLER; COMMERCIALREFRIGERATION MayflowerLOCAL 21 W. University Gainesv&t
.
crowd of friends and relatives. -i
PLYMOUTH VALIANT
and at 9:30: that evening, they I
Pictures were taken and by AND LONG
were still sitting out there Authorized Sales Parts VACUUM
.i CLEANERSAll
the next Issue, it is expected Refrigeration
DISTANCE MOVING
We that quite comfortably, which I
are pleased to Service
announce "
that a detailed account will Storage And Crating All Of Vacuum*
seems like quite a feat for I Service
be made. old Detroiters to be doing on HawesPowersMotor Co. Gainesville FR C-5224 "If It Needs Repairs

LUTHER BILLIARD Regular business of the Or- Feb. 24! Sidney Leopold Owner Bring In To KirbyV

:, der will be conducted with a Commercial Retrf&'entlAJi NEW I USED VACUUMS
Co. -
Mr. and Mrs. Charles P.
f
renewal of the
Obligation
Authorized Kirby Distributor
,; LAWTEY. FLORIDA J Ceremony of all members. A Erickson of Chapel Hill N. FR 2-2561 Air CondIUsningFrigidaire MUSIC SUPPLIESLillian's

f social hour with refreshmentswill C., were week-end guests of 204 N. Main, Gainesville Ice Makers Kirby

." Has been-appointed local dealer for"NACHURS" follow. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Gar- Used Can 312 N. Uala Sold And Serviced Anytime Sales & Service

Illnesses were reported and ber on Nelson's Point. Mr. FR 6-3411 Gainesville FR 2-8392: Music Store 12 S. W. 1st GJLWIfUIt

cheer cards sent to Elmer Erickson,who Is Mrs. Garber's Heights PR 6-7700 FR 6-7110
Southwell the husband of brother is Athletic Directorat -Galnesvffle Leader"
,
LIQUID FERTILIZER I the University of North
II Mrs. Florence' Southwell who UN' .ILN MERCURY CONCRETE Since 1933
PRODUCTS
I suffered two broken ribs and Carolina. WELDING
COMET FLAT METCOR
-
a sprained thumb when his Mrs. Anne Lackovitz, form- INSIST THAT ALL YOUR KRAKAVER WDfTEB-1-

We have installed a bulk storage j i car hurtled Into a tree as it erly of Miami. Is now a resident Authorized Sales Service CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE CABLE Universal Welding

tank bounced out of a sand trap of ,White Feather Court. THE BEST FROM PIANOS PIANOEOANS
at Mr. Hillard's place at I Parts
near his home on BrooklynBay. Mrs. Lackovitz Is Mrs. Gena CHORD. ORGANS$1594375 Company
,. Lawtey and are now ready to I Star Member Irene Daw- Christoffer's!mother. Trained Mechanics G. 4 Edwards Building Guitars Drums Sheet Pipe polnmaa Steel Fabrics
,
serve your requirements in any i son's husband William Dawson Mr. and Mrs. J. Oestreicherfrom Used Can Supply, Inc. Music :Lion Steel Repair Truck

quantity.Use has been confined In North Haven, Conn are 726 8. Main :FR 2-<<44 Budgets r Bodies Trailer

Alachua General Hospital for guests at the White Feather Barkley Motors Gainesville Fla. FR 1-5931 SPECIAL DESIGN
ten days. His condition :has 112 Ornamental Iron Work
while 8. E. First Gainesville
they building new
are a
"NA.CHURS" for foliar sprays, transplanting and for seed treat- not improved but he Is expected home at ParkofthPalms.Mrs. i 615 N. Main Gainesville .,519 S. Main GainesvilleFR
ELECTRIC
I MOTORS
ment. New, improved lO:20-10 formula with trace elements gives best home soon. ;Lydia P. Rice of I 6-7451

response. Women Are AppreciativeIn Princeton W. Va.. and Mr. Crane Motor Co. Electric Motor POWER SAWS '- -

behalf of the Woman's and Mrs. J. P. Lehm of Chicago YARNSTOYSJack

FOR ,FREE INFORMATION OR DELIVERY dub the president, Mrs. Fern HL, have been guests of LARK ANGUAENGLISH Repair Co. MdCULLOCB

Hanson wishes to thank the Mrs. Leo Oakey at the White FORD OF GAINESVILLE. INC. and Jill
/ CONTACT LUTHER Keystone Fire Dept who did MERCEDES BENZ VOLVO '
HILUARD, Ph. 782-3541, Lawtey Feather.Mr. COMPLETE ELECTRICMOTOR CHAIN lAWS Open Till .:.. Ou Itidaya
their best to save the Wom- Authorized Sales t: Service"Complete NEW-USED SAID
and Mrs.G. Tucker who A Complete Lice Of
"NA-CHURS" PLANT FOOD CO. an's Club building and to were recent 'guests at the Service I+r ASHaket SALES AND SERVICE!: SERVICEFlorida Yarns -.Nee&waXtdtu
thank aQ the churches and *
organizations who offered White Feather and who were "Distributor! of Saw Co. Free Instruction
Winter active In affairs at Park-of- 506 E.: University AT*. New Lincoln Motors"FR
Ten Games Del
Garden Fla. Marion Ohio London Canada their halls as meeting places I'B 1-1111 l.o.i -
the-PalmWait Sw tea
FR 2-4251 2-H1S 'If"oamemne
for the women. She Is most 2538 N. EL Mia Dr. Hobbies

grateful: far the! way the ea- Breeze Camp. Hobe Sound. Gainesville Fla. 1030 e. Main Oiir Tffi* 629 W.;Uairemty. OabutrUliPAGE





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