Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 8, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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t tF } I Joe Reddish, 41, of Raiford, faces death in the: "miehty snotty." in the words

electric chair for the May 23 shotgun slaying of Union of Reddish. He said that a

County Deputy Hal Croft. matter of human liberty was

,; ix A Union County Circuit Court jury, after deliber, involved in the case and that

I ating an hour and five minutes last Friday afternoon, "our liberty is threatened by

,:I returned a verdict of guilty of murder in the first de irresponsible officers of the

gree, without recommendation of mercy. This verdict law more than from any other

under Florida law, makes the death source. He said "The whole
datory. penalty man- trouble in this case Is that

two young kids were sent out
Defense Attorney Sigsbee..
r ri to do a man's work, taking
Scruggs was granted 15 daysin leading to the house and he
l Widows of slain men-Mrs., Jackson (hand to face) and Mrs. Croft (white which sat there advantage of a gun and a
Reddish to file ahd
center motion
beads ( ), between guards, climbs stairs in Union a for a waited for it.
) occupied front to do if
seats in crowded courtroom. County courthouse to receive jury's verdict of guilty. new trialReddish He shot Croft down like a badge

ij remained slumped dog and when Jackson got out State Attorney T. E. Duncan

\.I in his chair, showing little of the car to assist Croft he presenting the State's closing

COUNTY emotion, as he had done shot him down the same way." argument, said it made no

throughout the four-day trial, Scruggs argued that Croft' difference'tether Croft forced -

BRADFORD TELEGRAPH as Circuit Judge John A. H. forced his way into the Red- his way into the Reddish

j 1 Jt. Murphree adjudged him guilty dish home without telling Red- home or not-that he had a

after hearing the verdict. dish he had come to serve a right to enter the home by

t tJ Although Reddish was tried warrant and that he had acted force if necessary, in the per- Reddish leaves

)J Official I only for the murder of Croft, formance of his duty. He con- after trial

County Publication, Established In 1879 he was also accused of the tended, however, that the evi-
VOLUME EIGIITY slaying of Ronald dence indicated that Croft'never |
-TUREE Jackson ,
j THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1962 NUMBER THIRTY-SIX who accomnanied, the dpnntvr entered the house, bttjl Seven I

If F Plastic I d ,of ''&Ii!'',,;2 . 1 to Reddish's home- -in-- an-- at---" I Get Shades was shot while still outside. QualifyTo
Bag ..l; ,, "" > tempt recommend
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.,; ; < 1t ;' >"' ..t't .. charging him with shooting into in this case, let's repeal Seek PostsColnmission
; ;;,: .,\ i, :, '. ':,fj f''f'i : : the home of Ira Green law of capital punishment," he
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Causes Baby "t "" %ry- ,"", '' >J .;.. *: And Paint JobThe
1\ I neighbor told the jurors.
li F.rl .i ...' ''f s 1 c Audit the night before.
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..., : ; ',1, .\' The prosecution charged
YN 1(! ', ,.0"; that Reddish had been dating Small Jax
To Suffocate .. .. ; Green's wife and Bradford County Commission BoyIs
went to the
'TT ". .. ., I Against Gripes I Green home on the night of meeting here Tuesday,
'" |May 22 to "get" the accepted the low bid of Dewey DrownedIn Seven candidates for County

Eight-month-old Thomas j4 .h woman'susband Williams for painting the courtroom Commissioner paid their qualifying -

Richard Noegel was pronounced H Hy Subject last week to criti- killed Green Thinking the State he had ',' upstairs hall, and jury Bedford LakeA fees this week as the

dead upon arrival at a I cism from State Auditor I Reddish eluded contended officers --'I'room of the Bradford County;, qualifying period opened at

Starke physician's office Monday Bryan. Willis on his 1961 audit i in a night-long search .. courthouse. Williams bid $I,- five-year-old boy, Billy noon Tuesday. The deadlinefor

morning of suffocation after I II I report, Bradford County Tax (sought refuge in the home and of ,350, while one other bid was Wayne Shiber of Jacksonville, qualifying Is noon, March

he apparently became cov- Assessor Gene Long promptly i l his father, Raiford Reddish. received for $1,480. lost his life last Thursday in a 20.

ered with a plastic bag. answered by asking why the jl Mrs. Green admitted the Davis Gassett was awarded drowning accident at Bedford Opposition is assured in
y on
The child audit was five months late the contract for installation of two of
reportedly became witness stand that she was in Lake, 10 miles southeast of the three commissionraces
entangled with the bag, being returned to him. love with Reddish and had Venetian blinds in the courtroom Starke on SR 100. to be on the ballot in

c of the type used by dry cleaning Willis said t that Long had a been dating him for I jury room, upstairs hall, The youth was the step-son May, but incumbent Commissioner
establishments, while deficit in his accounts of time. |'photostat room, and registrar's of Robert Johnston, a Jackson- Jerome Johns, in Dis-

playing. He was the son of $443.66 at the end of a recently In his final argument to room. Gassett's bid was $448.- ville policeman. According to trict 3, so far has no announced -

f Leonard M. and Judith Casey completed audit'on his ', the jury, Assistant State Attorney 40, while one other bid was received Bradford Deputy Sheriff Russell opposition.
1961 accounts. The report for $576.00.
Noegel of Starke, and was Mack S. Futch said Redding, the accident occurred Four candidates have
born on July 5, 1961. went on to state that after a The Commission approved a
that Reddish was sitting in at the home of C. B. qualified In District 2 [North
Funeral two month extension of the lease on office space, owned
services were held the house with his loaded Chaffe on the north side of Starke] where the incumbent
i; audit period of by Lex Green on N. Court
yesterday morning from the the lake where the Johnston
with buckshot. "He that Mrs. E. L. Crawford left a
DeWitt C. Jones Long's office=: were sufficient! saw Street, which will be used to
Chapel! In patrol car turn into the lane house family was visiting. wide open field by announc-
Starke with Rev.'' to cover all liabilities on rec- the Bradford County
Wilbur Scott
Billy Wayne was fishing with' ing she would not stand for
of Welfare Office. The lease calls
ii Gainesville ,
'ftuL' .. officiating.._ ord.After audit' adjustments City Passes for rent of $20 per month from a companion, Allen Blanken- re-election. Already in this
i louawea In the family ship. 22, of, Jacksonville, another race are -Ewell Lawson and
I plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery i Willis said, it was found that now until' October, and: '$25 per member of the party,, George W, Roberta Jr., Starke

under' the direction','of DeWitt Judge. Brooks Injured In Train-Car %Wreck additional to $48$59Hn.fun, CT Janes Funeral Home f' excess: "'fees that t Js. being ,.
'rribded'"frontthe Blankenship- Jthe raft, according viously; announced, and Mark-
LoanA AgricultureBuilding
Starke were supposed to have been]Planning : :
to '
with the
Redding lee StarlingRoute f'farmer,
11 Besides his parents, the infant Union. County JUdge. S. B. late Tuesday. sounded' its signal :repeatedlyon returned to the county com- to'mAke more :'room k.
11d small boy on his back to checthe : who entered the ring this week.
Brooks was reported in satisfactory 'The for enlarging the ASCS (Ag
is survived by a brother, accident occurred about approachingthe' crossing. mission and school board routine session at the anchor rope.Blankenship .
Stephen R. Noegel; his ma- condition at the University 10:05: a. m. as ,Judge Brooks The crewmen said that Judge were due. Willis also noted Starke City Council's regular riculture Stabilization & Conservation Starling is a native of Bradford
of Florida Center service) office. found the anchor County the son of Lon-)!
ternal Medical was traveling south on Highway Brooks that the tax rolls were properly
grandparents might have
Mr. got
and safely meeting .
Tuesday night saw a The rope to be parted and then attempted Villa Starling of Here -
in Board agreed zo and
Gainesville to
yesterday, 121 [formerly 23]. prepared and mathemat- purchase -
Mrs. T. L. Casey, and paternal He apparently by, but he"saw the train' belatedly resolution passed from the to swim back to th .
a 21-inch Bronn Springs. He Is a farr -
where he was taken after his carriage1 Royal
did not see the rail ically correct. ,
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. and applied his brakes, Housing and Home Finance I
raft with the boy still ridingon
auto was hit by "rail testcar" electric typewriter from 1lilligan's : er and cattleman and is mal-
test that
Ernest car approaching the\ Long explained the
j Noegel. all of Starke. slowing just enough for a direct Agency accepting the $6,000 his back. But, Redding Naomi
Office Machine to the former
Co. of ried
I GS&F crossing crossing, about a block east of I hit into the side of his first amount was a salary
pre-planning loan for thcity's e said, the raft had floated further -
Lake .
City for $404.50. Other Sumrall of Cocoa Beach.A
Growers southeast of Lake Butler Mon Union County High School 1955 Cadillac. The Brooks check in the amount of $443-
car proposed major could
and the
MeetingSet sewer pair
day morning. I State Trooper Carlos Mus- was knocked for a distanceof 66 which he drew before he project.In bids submitted were from the I hot reach away itBlankenship I. fourth contender, A. B

Tomorrow At Judge Brooks sustained a I I grove, who worked the acci- should have. The tax assessoris Bradford County Telegraph Whitehead has announced
broken thigh bone and was' in : dent, reported that the train 37 feet and was describedas allowed to draw salary each passing the resolutionthe (Remington), $358.15; andy then turnea and] that he will run in District 2,

uthsideSchool surgery most of the day Monday crew said the car, which belongs a total loss. month in the amount of one council agreed to abide b Parker Office Supply, Gainesville headed for shore but the boy and paid his qualifying fees

after the accident. He to the American Asso- The rail test car is used to twelfth of 80 per cent of all provisions set by the federal (Underwood), $339.40., panicked and was lost fromthe Thursday.

Bradford County growers was not released from the hospital's -I ciation of Railroads, was trav- detect defects in railroad I commissions paid to his office agency by which the loan will :High bid was submitted by swimmer's back. Blanken In District 4 [Hampton-
and their wives are invited to have to be repaid if the proj I BM, $454.50. ship yelled for help and De-
"recovery: room" until : elling about 25 mph and tracks. for the previous year. Long Graham] Incumbent Jessie R.
attend a meeting farm ect is carried out. The Is :
on city In other action the board: lores Long 23, a babysitterfor announced and
said he had simply overdrawn Chastain, who
marketing problems at the] also under obligation to sub Ordered a big stob removed the Johnston's and who liv
i that amount.He this week Is oppos
17.R Southside Elementary School at Steam Explosion Rep. A. J. Thomas mit plans of the project to that someone had placed blocking ed'with them, went out Into the qualified of
also said, however, that ed by J. A- [R. G. Griff
7:30 p. m. Friday. the agency, but that has already the end of a county-owned lake, on an inner tube and
Featured speakers will be Ike Burns Fatal To H. G. McGee Goes UnopposedAs he did not know anything a- been done, according to and maintained road leading to brought him in. Graham who qualified this
; bout an extension of the audit week after previously announ-
Gordic, produce buyer for Winn- City Clerk Merrill Edwards.
Deadline Passes period and that he made up Hampton Lake; The body of the young boy cing.
Dixie, and Glenn Woodward, In other routine matters Placed Mrs. Katie Griffis on
was recovered at 1:05 a. m.
and Injured Last Week At DuPontDead the slight deficit the same day Incumbent Johns Is the only
community public Bradford County Represent he notified about it. Mayor Randal Chitty an the pauper roll at $20 per: last Friday morning by J. A.
director for the same organiza- ative A. month Commission candidate to qualify -
J. Thomas Jr. is un nounced the purchase of 14 ;
tion. will discuss Monday nom fatal The second error, Long said, Gnann Jr. and Frank Loper. thus far In District 3
They various ter. .Mrs. Jimmie Swindell of opposed in his bid for reelection partitions with which to erect Accepted audits of the taxassessor's
matters in regard to the marketing burns sustained last Wednes- Starke; two brothers: Jake to the House, with was made in budgeting excess semiprivate office space for office and former Both the Bradford County and [South Starke.]

of fruits and vegetables.The day in an accident at the Trail fees to be returned to the Keystone Heights Rescue Units for School
McGee of Miami, and Oscar Tuesday noon marking the city employees/The metal andglass Constable Felix Sullivan. No candidates
meeting is sponsored by Ridge Plant of the DuPont McGee of Melrose; two half deadline for qualifying in this county and school board. He ; partitions were boughtor Decided to start its April 3 participated, in the search for Board have qualified thus far,

the Starke-Bradfotd County i Company is Horace Elmo Mc- sisters: Margie and Rose McGee -: still hasn't been able, however,, $125 from the DuPontCompany meeting at 9:30: instead of 9. the, body. although E. A. Sapp of New
Chamber of Commerce and all Gee, 41, of Starke. both of Macon, Georgia.I race.A to find exactly where the River announced that he
I Starke attorney, prominent which recently deactivated -
fanners, as well as other interested He had been a patient !hi the Funeral services were_ held in civic and American error was incurred but that one of its offices, would seek re-election from
the $483.59 has been paid to Candidate For
citizens, are invited to Clay Co-op Post New
University of Florida Medical from the Hope Baptist Churchat Legion affairs Thomas is the school board $85.96, and making them available at a District 3 [Brooker,
Center since the accident. Theressa yesterday after- completing his first term as the $397.63. reduced price. River]. He is now completinghis

R McGee suffered the burns noon with the Rev. Merle representative. .. Long commission was also very critical Fire Chief R. C. "Red"Buford Hires To Ensure second term.
Masons Plan when he was showered with Packham, pastor, officiating. I
Also unopposed are incum of the fact that his audit was was instructed to investigate -
March Fish Fry hot sand and water while Burial followed in the family bent representatives in neigh not returned from Tallahasseelast the price of a new Wind Averts
handling the routine job of ,
plot in the church cemetery boring counties: Rep. C. A. October, five months ago, fire siren to replace the present D. A. [Tony] Baker of Keystone : ately upon receiving them.
getting zircon sand from I
Worshipful Master Merritt H a under direction of- Dewitt C. Roberts, Union County; Rep. with audits from other depart one which is worn. Council Heights announced yes- The fact that ballots havea Frozen Crops
roasting unit
back into the
Williams of Bradford ,Lod '( Jones Funeral Home of Starke. Sam Saunders, Clay County discussed
; ments of the county. He said obtaining a new terday that ne had retained a permanently affixed number
process. The hot
No. 35, "F, ft A. M. announces dumped on the ground sand near was Active pallbearers were his and Rep. John Crews, BakerCounty. (Continued on Page 6)) siren with a different soundto acksonville law firm to assist that can be traced to determine As Cold Hits

that after the regular com McGee and some of the heated fellow employees at DuPont. I Ii serve as a Civil Defense him, if necessary. In see- later how a particular
munication of the lodge ,on warning whistle. Mrs. Ruby ing that fair election procedures elector voted.
March 12, the entered I material flowed into a i 6 Escapees CapturedConvicts Winter struck,a belated blow
Monday, small Johns pointed out that, at are used at the forth- Baker said that he had discussed
of water.A this week,
will be conferred at Bradford County
apprentice degree present, the same siren is coming Clay Electric Cooper- this matter with theCoop's
on a candidate who is in "steam explosion" occurred .used for both a fire alarm and ative annual meeting onMarch attorney In Gainesville but March -winds kept frost

waiting for' the degree. and, a mixture of hot sand Back In Cells I as an air raid warning whistle, 2? ; but had been given no from forming Tuesday and' Wednesday

The lodge is planning a fish and water was thrown vio- making the two different alarms I mornings, when the mercury -
Baker said teat his attorney, assurance that the procedures
fry to be held the latter part lently in McGee's direction difficult to distinguish. dipped below freezing, and
C. heretofore used would be
Ray Greene Jr., had -
of March. All members who are too quickly for him to dodge. requested damage to strawberry bloom
In the only other action the I H. H. Surrency of changed. Was held to a mini
fishermen asked to Failsshotguns and fruit
are contribute The victim After Freedom
is survived '
Try council passed a resolution Grove Park chairman of the Baker's attorney also demanded
i fresh fish.WORLD. his wife, Thelma Singletary ? mum.
from "
the Florida League of, Co-op Board of Trustees, to that an 'Invitation"c
McGee and six 'The 'Frost Warning Service
children who
Municipalitites on a proposed provide a detailed statementof in the current Issue
DAY live on SR, 100 SE of starke.He Six prison inmates who escaped attending the first degree mur- a .22 caliber rifle I legislative program for each procedure whereby the elec- of "The Kilowatt," Clay reported ajow reading of 28.5}

OF PRAYER is the son of Joseph V. : from a detail working der trial of Joe Reddish of, Rai- and a .32 caliber pistol, all the I' city to pass an additional' tion on March 22 would ben Electric's house organ "not'be degrees at its station at' the

: McGee of Starke and the in the New River swamp last ford who was convicted Fridayfor property Richarde. who is a three cents a pack tax o handled. If published and'circulated at Bradford County Hospital Tuesday -
I a satisfactory answer
i Fri. Mar. 9 10'AM. late Nellie Frith McGee. A ,Thursday afternoon were all the murder of Union County gun-enthusiast. I It cigarettes and one cent per is not received from Sur- expense to the Co-op con { morning, and a low of 30

veteran of World War n Mc back behind bars the Sheriff Hal Croft last 'l'11ursday.ght'! ;Wednesday morning. These lows
St. Mark's Episcopal safely Deputy t Captured ; gallon on gasoline sold in the rency within five days after sumers.

Church Gee was born in Union, South next day.Prison May 23.The I I were Ernest William Smith 24; i it city. Proceeds from the additional March 6, Baker said that he Baker's attorney said that followed an which unusually had several warm

Conducted Carolina November 1, 1920 officials captured three prisoners who t Malcolm Lee Scarborough, 26, taxes, which would be would "apply to a court of such an "invitation" Is unprecedented I- February the

by Starke and was a member of the three of the six near the prison! surrendered Friday morning- I and Union Wilson Crosby, 26. passed at each city's own discretion equity for the appointment ofa for the annualmeeting day with temperatures in
Council of Churchwomen Thursday night but the others' Hulan Grant 22, Donnie Ray Smith and Scarborough were lilh84's.
Baptist Church. would be funneled master to handle the elec and constitutes '"a n
stayed in the woods all night Courtney, 21, and William T. captured about two miles northof back into the city from which tion." unwarranted and unauthorized! The hot February son had
DISTRICT BAND Besides his wife and father before holing up in a house a Lovell 26 ,- phoned Sheriff the prison on SR 23 about they were collected.. expenditure of Co-op funds" rushed Bradford County strawberries

CONTEST McGee is also survived by mile east of Lake Butler last Whitehead at his office in 4 a.: m. and Crosby was captured Baker who Is a candidatefor The "Invitation" is signed by to early maturity, and

Sat., Mar. 10 B.II.S. four daughters: Cornelia. Mildred Friday morning. However, the: Lake Butler with their offeras on,the New River Bridgeat trustee district from said the that Coop'sfirst Pat Loudon, Sr.,general manager 3,121 flats have been shipped
Clara fnree: and JoneU three surrendered to law officers were getting a bull the prison'about 1:30 a. :m. Band Parents certain of Clay Electric, and calls from the Stance Market since
ficers shortly afternoon 'Of-j. dozer the to The six men jumped into the procedures permitted a t the season opened Feb. 26
McGee; two sons; Bernie and : on scene use as Dessert SaleThe previous elections were questionable attention to the annual meetIng -
I day thereby averting gun I protection to advance toward dense bushes and escaped where members will select through Tuesday. With an
This Space Contributed Horace E. McGee Jr.; a sis- Among these he said
battle in which "someone' would the house. from their work, detail despite Bradford High School are three trustees to serve for Average price of $2.77 per flat,

Weekly to Publicize BAKE SALE surely have gotten hurt," as': tVniteaeaa arranged for gunfire from guards. Band will sponsor a pie and The: practice of allowing three years In Districts 1,, Q. growers have received $8,672.-

Community Events by Union County Sheriff John'Whitehead Florida Highway Patrol cars to Law enforcement officers cake sale at the high school: to and 9. 79
one than through Tuesday.
person place more
The Women of the First put itApproximately I pick up the three men as they from Bradford and Union cafeteria this Saturday 'startIng -
In this IDudon
The CommunityState I Presbyterian Church are having 20 lawmen came out of the house whichis counties the state prison and .at 10 a.m. one ballot In the ballot box' states that message the incumbenttrustees < I This week's cold will slowdown

: a bake sale Saturday were present when the prisoners! owned by Dave Richarde, state troopers stood by in the Parents are asked to donate at a time. "have served you wen production for a few days,

Bank I' morning, Mar. 10 in, front of surrendered Friday morningthey with their hands up one at atime. rain covering the scene as the either pies or cakes and bring The fact that electors are and nat "they have not )betrayed bat heavy shipments should, resume

ij j Canova's Drug Store on Call since were immediately Found in the house were surrender was made at Ri- them to the cafeteria Saturday not required to place their the trust which you. next week if the weather

-I street __ available on short notice from two higbpowered rifles two [Coniinnsd On Page Six ballots in the box 1t medl- have placed ia them." turns warm again.



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__ I FFA allowed in Friday's showings.l\'I place.
f/ r---- : Chapters All steers must be at the i' Standings, Final: W L GB

I Q t c_ ; Place 18th show by 9 a.m. Friday and : Register Oil 6 2 _
L judging will begin at 10. A ,Brooker <( Showmanship contest is sched- 'Court Shoe Repair 353
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v In State Fair; uled for 11 a.m. and the steer Local Finance 353
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sale is set for 1
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'-) { FFA and 4-H club members Hutchins expressed his appreciation I I The Hoard of l."untst'munus. -
Mr. d"Mrs. John 1, in- to all local buyers'who ':, sinners of' BI'ad'ferll'' i>unn-
A To-] Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leon-! 4 +, it' 4 from five area counties Florida, 'will receive sealed bid-
-rode' will return' !Thursday hard were'o in St. Petersburg M ; I i 1: .have agreed to appear ati;1 at 10:4 o'clock, on the owning
from aweek's'busmess' I cornPete the sale. of :March \ 15S2. In the \111-
trip to last Monday to Wednesday to yv i; j i, I room, in the Courthouse the
t Los Angeles, CaliLi for the attend the funeral of a cousin t. I er Gainesville Steer Show and i I II ollow;ing:
Racing"Commission I Warner Hoopes. I-I : i Sale at the new livestock Register LeadingIn Venetian Winds to be m
,. ; ktftltal;i&ihe ""rtrn'"II' I'i, '
Miss Mary {atherine Wain- ': Mrs. Vernon Barnett is a i market in Gainesville. stairs TuiWr, 3ry( l onnt. 1'II..l.-

wright of\.FSU was home for :, medical patient in Bradford $ I Approximately 54 steers ; Bantam'LeagueRegister 4 i Room. .feml the I>gisuai bInom.
.- the weekend.. j County H'PitaI. LU1jLt 1111Rally from the five counties : I Material sbaH be composed: of
Oil dereat-
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Williams j Mrs. Stella Manor of Beaver Alachua. Bradford Gilchrist Company I-'Ipulum Head Rail
Brooker 12-5 last Monday F1e1b tum ftottwn nail
spent, the weekend with I Falls. Pa. Is spending stx Levy and Marion win be en- I led II t i FFexasta Tfr[ i* \.luuubuuI
Mr. and ,Mrs. Gordon Williams I, weeks with Mr. and Mrs. F. tered in the contest. Three I afternoon in the City Batamj I I! sla t.FlexaleM "
I Basketball League to win the:i! PfcsHc Cited Xv
in steers will be entered from
AshburnGa. when H. Kramer in Btarfce and with ,
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they received word that Mr. N. this county. Tom Edwards will championship.Court TOt gears to be Solid Brass
; Mr. and :Mrs. G>' Comptonat 4-H Club Girls Model Styles: of 'Roaring 20'sNational of Xybta ,
Shoe Repair upset Local -
Williams' mother Mrs. Ed Kingsley Lake. represent the 4-H club with The Board R* *rves the Rigiu
Williams, suffered a heart attack Mr., and Mrs. Allie Gay of Day highlighted the 4-H Club-Week Observed ces Norman; baton twirl by his entry while Glen Sapp Finance Co. 23-21 in the to reject, any and" all. bids.

..*! .::, Port Arthur, Texas will be observance of National 4-H'I';,, \ Jewel Allen; and piano solo by with steer bred and raised on I other half of the doubleheadei (sauCharles" A. Darby. Clrtk2r
Sen. and Mrs. Charley guests of Mr and :Mrs. Adolph Club Week in Bradford With Rally Day Saturday.. n USOdy Melody Cuttino. the FFA farm north of Starke I II to finish in a tie for third I ;) Ut.:

Johns were in Tallahassseeon Gay 'at their cottage on ty last Saturday The coon-j -}t I Brenda Green and Thelma and Wayne Stalnaker will i, t
business from Monday to Grandin Lake for the next tion program held in Cuttino won for everydaywear. won first place; Diane Hardy Knight gave an electricity represent the two Future I Ii

Wednesday. Jerome Johns was two weeks. j i iMr. was attended by more than and Peggy Rhoden second; demonstration entitled "Be Farmer chapters. i; .

also'in .Tallahassee on business and Mrs. L. E. Jordon 100 4-H Club girls'and theirpatents The never to be forgotten and Brenda Green and Audrey Nice To Your Electric ,Iron." Paul Hutchins vocational-

on '. Wednesday and and son. Harold of Oveida from an parts of 'the '"Charleston" was ably performed Flakes third. I Marilyn McCrary and Mary i iI agriculture instructor at : I
Thursday of last week and were weekend visitors of Miss county- by the girls. Carolyn After the sack lunch at I I I Dixon showed how to make a j jI Bradford High School is this

Tuesday of this week. ,Annie Darby and Mrs. Carrie The era of the Roaring Sullivan took first place Gail i I noon the afternoon program I I cottage cheese fruit salad. I year's general manager of the': SPECIAL *
ANNUAL PLANTS: 79c Ritch. 1 20'd reigned supreme with McKinney second, and Patty consisted of talent and demon-I. Thirty-one girls modeled' steer show. Activities will
dozen. -Florida Pest Control. : Mrs. B. G. McIntyre and 4-H girls dressed in'outfits befitting Bryan third. i i strations. The Lawtey girls get under way Thursday night
r Attending the Azalea Fest- .son, Eric of Key West are I ladies ''of that' time. The rest of the morning was I 1 sang the 4-H song composed I garments in the dress revue with a banquet in the Gaines-

ival in JPalatka during the .visiting her parents Mr. and Bonnie Rosier Patty' Bryan. devoted to relay races and the [ by Mrs. Raymond Bryan; I they had made in their cloth ville High School cafeteria in

weekend'where Miss Jackie Mrs. J. H. DuPre this .week.. and Karen' Lee won first t i grand march led by Gail McKinney 1 pantomimes performed by Gail, ing projects. Gainesville for buyers exhibitors .

Bales was a contestant in the Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Ed- second, .and third places respectively Janelle Pollard and McKinney and Janelle Pol- I Inger Hansen was mistress I and their fathers 30 GAL.

,. Azalea Queen contest were: wards of Sneads and Miss for evening wear of Karen Lee. The program was l lard Jewel Allen and Prima- : of ceremonies and Lavonne I donors of steers and teachers
t Mrs. Martha Bales, Mrs. Mae Mary Lu Edwards of Jackson-: 'I' brought up to date, however i dort Cole Mary Frances '! Only those steers rated as
Wells-Mrs. G. L. Parber, Mr;! ville spent the weekend with the 20's period. Carolyn Sullivan i i, with the "Twist" contest. Gail ,, Norman and Patty Bryan, Collins and Sharen Bryan I'I U. S. Good or better will beMrs. Gas Hot Water Heater

and Mrs. A. Q. Smith George their parents Mr. and Mrs. Phyllis Meng and Melo- McKinney and Janelle Pollard Bonita Green and Mary Fran- were hostesses. 1 i

l Ricks. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Merrill, Edwards. Mrs. .Lester Crews has returned Prescott Methodists Set Spring Term 1 i Economical
Mrs. I The Fastest Most
Mann and Robert McClellan. PFC John Mack Newsome of home from Riverside|

Louis Hubbard of :Worster, Fort"'Benning spent overnight Hospital where she was con- Is Wed To Cottage Prayers Of County Court I P Method Of Heating Water! I
Mass. was a weekend guest of J Saturday with his parents fined for two weeks following
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brown. Mr: and Mrs. Jesse Newsome surgery. Clyde HallMrs. During RevivalRevival In ProgressThe I

Glen Duke of Fort-Lauderdale In celebration of Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Hon- i
was visiting his son-in- F. Herlong's birthday on Sun- noll and son Harold of Irene Prescott of services at the First ,I spring term of County -
Court went into session Mon- Completely
law and daughter Mr. -and day the Herlongs had as Waynesville N. C. were last Starke and Clyde Hall of Wal- Methodist Church during the! :(
:Mrs. Gerald Crosby and family guests Mrs. W. H. Steinmeyer, Wednesday to Friday guestsof do were united in marriage on week of March 18-23 will be day when County Judge T. A.!; Glass Lined For Longer Life!
I Yawn heard
from Saturday to Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Herlongand Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Her- Friday evening March 2, at preceded by Cottage Prayer I seven cases. |: .
Dispositions on cases
Mrs. W. .B. Sewell was the son and Mr. and Mrs. long. The Honnolls have gone 7:30: o'clock in the Pine Level 10 YEAR WARRANTY
groups for the women of the! Tuesday and Wednesday were tJ
overnight guest Tuesday of Mark Herlong and family of to South Florida and will be Baptist Church with Rev. W.'! *
Will Do A Better Job-Than A
WSCS next week, not available at press time.
church and
Mr. and Mrs. James,O. Sewellin Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. back this way in two weeks. E. Hall performing the double ChastainFor
Jacksonville. Frank Brabham and daughter Rev. and Mrs. D. L. Haines ring ceremony. as follows: Cases disposed of Monday:i Flameless Water Heater Will Do
were: I ReelectionIn
Misses Linda Kay Sale and of Gainesville. and family and :Mrs. Helen The two tall baskets of white ;. Monday at the home of Mrs.} Clarence S. McRae removal! Twice Its Size! .

Beverly Wynn of FSU'spent Mrs. S. C. Cason of Lake Wysocki and daughter, Cindy, and pink gladioli and carnations -''; John Brabham. of property under lien,-. case I District Four
the weekend with Mr. and City was a visitor last Thursday of Altamont Springs and Miss flanking the altar were ': Tuesday at the home of Mrs. closed after restitution was ': T. 1 You Can Pay For I It From Your

Mrs. Guy Sale. of Mrs. R. A. Newsom.. Linda Hildebran of Orlandowere balanced by branched candel-j I I W. L. Blair.'Wednesday. made and $7.50 court costs | I take this opportunity to Utility Savings! .
Mr. and Mrs..E. E- Cellon ot; Dr. and Mrs. Barney Mc- Saturday guests of Mr. abra on either side holding i at the home of paid. i announce for re-election for 5995

Gainesville spent the weekend Rae Jr. of Lake City were and Mrs. J. E. Hidelbran and burning pink tapers. .Mrs. .Foster Shi Smith. Clarence Covington Negro i i County Commissioner, District -

with Mrs.- Annie Hollings- Sunday dinner guests of Mr friends here. Mrs. Haines re- Given in marriage by her Thursday at the home of permitting livestock to run at 4, comprising Theressa With Any Trade
worth. I-and Mrs. B. E. McRae. mained with the Hildebrans uncle J. E. Brown the bride Mrs: E; L. Matthews. large case dismissed. i Hampton and Graham coun-

until Monday. chose for her 'wedding a'pink I Friday at the home of Mrs.Bertha' Albert Newman Jr., partic- I ty-at-large]. Live Modern Economically with
ANNUAL PLANTS: 79c chiffon waltz length dress,! Pearce. I have served this county ,
ipating in an affray, forfeited I L
Taketrus dozen. Florida Pest Control. fashioned with a pink bodice I bond of $35.Clifford I fair and just to all.and will The Miracle Gas Flame!
Mrs. Eugene Borda of and short sleeves. With this,Beta Phi j continue to do so if reelectedto
Sigma Yarbrough driving <
: Frostproof was the Tuesday she wore pink accessories and while intoxicated, forfeited' the office of County Commissioner -

_4 Afternoon visitor of Mr. and carried a cascade arrangementof Beta Sigma sorority will bond of $200.Hersey Ii j SLADE GAS of Starke'Q
tape recorder Mrs. W. B. Sewell. white carnations. .meet Monday, March 12, at Norman voluntary! I am a widow, and do not i'' -
Mr. and Mrs. Randall Chism have other job to inter- ;
Attending the couple were
8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. intoxication sentenced to a':
and family visited Edgar Mrs. J. C.' and Hall's fere with me in giving full I aIity Service
Sapp Richard Rodermond, 1301 -
fine of
$15 or 15 days in jail. !
Hara at the to this important office.I I
Wednesday time
wJth. nephew Quitman Hall, of Searing St. ,
you I ,Lake City V".A.' Hospital. Waldo. Lester T. Prevatt. participating ;, would like to express my
;. I '
Mrs. J. H. Moncrief is visitg'Mi'and'Irs""Bob in an affray dismissed on thanks to each one of you for I ,' -
4r ...A,small reception was,held : ,Golf Instructor motion of . .
t : tinder" prosecuting attorn-j the past and 1..flJalfrJe&fI.JIJ
j anywnere? !i" 4n the education building of I . 1
ill and family in Melbourne' the church for a few friends : SpeaksTo Rotary t ey. I would appreciate your vote'in
for. several days. \ and relatives. Lester T. Prevatt, voluntary the coming election. I
,r Emmett K. Perryman Jr. of Conrad Rehling, golf instruc- intoxication sentenced to a Thank you so much T
Mr. and Mrs, Hall are now
Bethlehem, Pa. will spend the tor at the University of Florida, fine of $37.50 or 30 days in Jessie R. Chastain Florida Pest Controloffers
residing on St. Clair Street in
e weekend :with his parents Starke. was 'a guest of the Starke Rotary jail. [Pd. Pol. Adv.] 1 I .
i Judge and Mrs. Perryman. Club Wednesday and = I
: Judge Perryman will enter showed an interesting color I y..
i i Riverside Hospital on Sunday Mr. And Mrs. Crews film on the 25th Masters Tournament -r, -VDU -

I for surgery. Observe Anniversar at the ,Augusta Ga. Golf iA1th'
Mrs., E. J. Dowling Sr. and j, i "nd Country Club. The program ; z-

Mrs. T. D. Dyal of Starke' Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews of was arranged ,by Clyde Ter-
and the
Mrs. Marie McDavid of Lawtey were honored on-their vuiegar speaker was ; x '
Gainesville and Mrs. Lloyd' 36th,wedding anniversary witha introduced by Charles Sawyer.I G I 1 I -

Dyal of Brooker were guestsof Surprise' party given Thurs- ,The club president Freeman ... I
; Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Eller- day night of last'week at the Register ''Jr, announced plans f the benefit I
bee in Panama City from home of their son and daugh- for the District Conference in I 607 E. Brownlee Ph. 969-1093 of

_. Sunday to Tuesday. They attended ter-in-law Mr. 'and Mrs. E. Jacksonville March 11-13: and"
the wedding of Miss I> [Bunt] Crews. said that) the local club should I' Open 7 days a week 6 a. m. to lOp. m. Purina Research
Ii Iris Gay Hobbs and Jerry Several friends and rela- be well represented. I II II i I ,
: rtlIDt16N1
t EO
I t
Smith on Monday
!y4. tives were invited to enjoy this 116H1
1 ANNUAL PLANTS: 79c occasion and the center of Temple Motel: Sale WORLD'S LARGEST FEED
dozen. -florida Pest Control.Mr. interest anniversary *
was a beautiful -
Is AnnouncedSale I
and Mrs. M. W. O'Brienof cake baked by Mrs. RESEARCH'FACILITIES

4 t -M Tallahassee spent the week- Ralph Wise and Mrs.. Purvis of the. Temple Motel on I:

end with her parents Mr. Brown.Mr. ,U. s. 301 to Mr. and Mrs. Joe: ,Bologna No Purina Chow or Sanitation Product can carry the
and Mrs. T. H. Slade. Checkerboard trademark, until it has first proved its
't B. Marshall of St. Louis, Mol $
PORTABLE Mrs. S. G. Denmark' gave a and Mrs. Carl Mathews was .announced this week by;; Weiners value in the Purina Research Laboratories and at the
: small luncheon' for a few Purina Farms.At .
visited their son Virgil Mat-
= 1 the owners Mr. and Mrs. John'
.k. ..'. friends last Wednesday honor- hews; last Friday who was a Sch ltz. Amount of the transaction SmokedSausage LBS. the Purina Laboratories the nutritional needs of
tApeo4ttztt ing the birthday anniversaryof surgical patient in St. Vincent's -
:1 was not disclosed.Mr. : animals and poultry are under constant study. In the
: Mrs. Vernon Silcoz. .
Hospital.Mr. and Mrs. Schultz will return chemical laboratories, all ingredients used in Chows
4 Mr. and Mrs. William and Mrs. C. L. Dinkins next week to St. Louis! and Sanitation Products are measured for quality.
JAPE RECORDER Whichello of Bellville. Mich. and family visited Mr. and to resume the operation of their] Beef Liver Then there are the disease control laboratories, whereall

were Sunday to Wednesday Mrs. James Groover in restaurant there. Their plansare kinds of poultry and livestock diseases are studied:

It's at Bl/LL/NGTON'S guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gainesville on Sunday. to return to Starke at sometime Spare Ribs so practical prevention and control products can be

Firth. ANNUAL PLANTS: 79c in the future if they sell developed for use on your farm.

Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. has dozen. Florida Pest Control. their restaurant in St. Louis. Sausage l1eatBeel At the Purina Farms, located at Gray Summit, Missouri -
Model m Compact and lightweight, here is the Tape been visiting her brother Mr. ana Mrs. G 5. Nef- and at four other locations around the country,

NOW JUST Recorder the whole family will l ill'oYat home Horace Starling a surgical comb and son. Chuck, visitedMr. every Purina Chow and-Sanitation Product is thor

or away!Easy-to-use and completely portable, patient in Baptist Memorial and Mrs. Byron New- Judge' T. A. Yawn Sale : oughly tested to see how it performs under practical

I 1 1I $ thiiaB-fiewY-M. Tape Recorder incorporates Hospital during the past week. comb and baby' daughter in Is President-Elect I farm conditions. The birds and animals give the final
Waycross, Ga. Saturdayand
$11995 f features Mrs, Lena Andrews of Orlando on okay for the
many usnaHy found only 'on'much a new productiwith/ performance they
Jarsetand bore and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sunday. Of Bar AssociationCounty turn in.
j Mr and Mrs. Hugh Sampson -
Price and of
daughter. Pam. FRESH GROUND
get the benefit of this continuing research when
Onr/22! kj, %.Tredt Monaural! Record and Way-back 3-Speed I Jacksonville are visiting Mr. and granddaughter. Cindy Judge T. 'A. Yawn you feed Purina.And,if you have any special feeding,
'' Branch of Seffner Sat-
I' spent
and 'Mrs.. H. 'L. Hough. Mr. was elected PresidentElectof .
Record: and Ptaybackd'/: k inches'per-'second a Simple; PushButton -i i Hough was admitted to the urday to 'Tuesday with Mr. the Eighth Circuit Bar As- BEEF-LB. 1I tl 39c' management or sanitation problem on your farm, we
Controls can get the, answer- for) directly from ofPurina's
Orthoptic Toning Indicator H -F'idelitY Speaker I University Hospital hi Gainesville and Mrs. V. O. Bridges.: sociation at a meeting held in you one

System Three-ln-on Microphone Tape Index Counter helps locate anyoecordIng I on.Monday for observation Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Pad- Gainesville last Friday. As research expert I
on the tape .M rich gett pf Jacksonville were Sunday ALL MEAT i
gniddyeSty4eed. Bdge.b Pdt Gold Trim and treatment. President-Elect Judge Yawn
i j' Miss Vida'_ Jean Gentry'.1 visitors of Mrs. E. 1,. will serve as program chair- Florida Pest Controland
.; Camelnaad rake Tbit N. 7''Pt R waW TODAY! daughter of' Mr. and Mrs. J., .Crawford." man for the organization dur- STEW v S9c'BRISKET

i II L. Gentry has been named to I Danny Griffis underwent an ing the current year, and will
the honors list for'the fall semester emergency'appendectomy Friday begin his term as president, of Chemical Co

Ith.Volce.QfMu at Wesleyan College. A night In Bradford'' County the group in 1963. 539 E. CaD'Sf. Phone 964-3965
i c senior majoring in speech education Hospital. He Is occupying the STEW'!. 39c I IWHOLE ; J

Miss Gentry has been .same room as his brother Recent Births .
.active in-the Drama Club and Jerry who is convalescing from -
FRI. AT.I the Wesleyan Chapter of Student injuries received in an nto- Pfc. and Mrs.' Larry Cooper -J.T

.FilE 'National Educational As- mobile accident two 'weeks stationed In Germany an- SMOKED :9 :
ONLY sociation. "Their'mother,"Mrs. "Gerald nounce the birth of a son on. P-L
Mrs. Elmer Frye of' Wil- Griffis;"'Who was also hart Feb. 28. Paternal grand- *
'> liamsport.. Pa. is spending six I In the same accident returned parents are Capt. and Mrs. SHOULDERS-- >

Worth of,Recording Tape weeks with her parents. Mr.1 home from "St Vincent's, Robert C. JackSon of Keystone r'S

: $$30 With AboveRecorder and Mrs: N., G. Compton atKingsley Hospital' on'Tuesday. '' Heights and great grand-
; Lake: Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby SMOKED Half orVhole Side ;
.... mother is Mrs. Fred Leon-.: ,
') .. .", .;0". '-w and son. Mickey, were in hard of Starke. 2 t
Jacksonville Sunday visitingMr. ; BACON LB r
THE RIGHT POINT for the and Mrs. Roy J. Andrewsand
T ;I .4M M: : .* '
; BULLINGTDNAPPLIANCES Mr. and Mrs. Bill,Dansby. ,
: write. Come in and
nay yon '
They 'also attended the open World Day of Prayer be niJ
y select your- favorite ESTHU' 'house bn the'"USS Constellation observed Friday"March: 9, '10 :
.... ... _. .. ,
:J 1 1iliIiIgYIitYili
: St. Marks Episcopal'
-J Mayport aan. lARO--jar - 39e
: : BROOK FwnUia.Pen. TELE-: "-Mrs.-'Charles Zipperer. tmderwent Chute, spdnsoredljy the United ; ,

GRAfH. j surgery last Friday Christian Women. i I i 1-1

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J Garden ClubContinues .''-'C,.'" ,,."..'-.;:."'.".,-".. .." '''',.J" '.,.Jf':-<'"<: I r Mrs. 'Ralph l Darley; '
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To .a.M. ""-.>' .:'..\1",."' "-...\ ,. .,,y I i Is Honored WHAT, WHEN
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I Plan Silver TeaThe '..-: ,.\. .-".""'So'>".'l' ....." ''! With Stork ShowerMrs. AND WHERE

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Starke Garden Club ..{. '. [ I j i
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Chester Searle and
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J GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 9640651ll'l continued making plans for a : ."..\"."'. ,. ., .' Ii r I I Mrs. R. N. Crawford enter- Starke Woman's Club execu-
silver tea celebrating its Y, ""'"1t,( ; tained at a lovely surprise tive board
-"' \io,.. meeting Thursday,
.. .., I stork shower at the home of ,
tenth anniversary and its ? "t. 4.w' t, .' Mar. 8, 3:30 pjn club house.
Fifth Annual Flower Show at the latter honoring Mrs. Ralph I j BPW luncheon meeting,
F i.. Darley on Saturday evening, I
.. Friday noon Mar. 9, Garden
: its meeting Monday night' of I .
: J i March 3, at 7:30 o'clock. j Restaurant.
last week at the home of Mrs. m C r,I A pink and blue color motif i Little Women's Club

Wayne Haines.. \ F.I. ,\..' was attractively carried out i; meeting Monday Mar. 12,

All ..friends of the Garden r in the party decorations con-i! 7:30: p.m. club house.

Club and anyqpe interested ina I sisting of crepe paper streamers Wesleyan Service Guild
t : and balloons. j lone, Tuesday. Mar. 13 7:30
1 E more beautiful Starke are : I :
; I The 15 guests enjoyed If I pjn. home of Mrs. A. H. Har-
1 invited to attend the
A I< games during the party hours 1 ley Jr.
x Silver Tea honoring past pres- and prizes were won by Mrs.I Wesleyan Service Guild

idents of the club and, com- ;. Zela Johns and Mrs. Marycille Two, Tuesday Mar. 13, 7:30:

? : memorating ten years of effort Bennett. I p.m. Fellowship Hall, Mrs.
r 3 to beautify Starke and The honoree received her: Harry Mooty hostess.
: Bradford County. The tea will I gifts in a gaily decorated bas- Starke Woman's Club meet-

be held at St. Mark's Episco- 6k sinet. ing, Wednesday Mar. H, 3:30:
r ; f pal.Parish House on Wednes- pjn. club house.

S day afternoon, Mar. 21 from Miss Judy KelleyEngagement BPW club meeting. Thurs-

3:30 to 5 o'clock. ,I : a y day, Mar. 15, 8 p.m. home of
Plans for the Flower Showto + To I Mrs. Junius Smith.

be held at the Starke Wom-,, i Little Women's Club
1 .... Belles of New I II spon-
Orleans Have A Ball I Mr. Williams Told !
.an's Club on May 5 and 6 I isormg dessert-card party. SatCloseout -
Standing ((1-r)' Mrs. L. J: Ute, Sirs. R. S. Mullins, Mrs C. r-... I II I 'I'
nicely. The. I Mar. 17 7:30
1 are progressing "Ye Ole South Festival"was urday : p. m. Club
W. Sawyer, Mrs. Jack Hazen, Sirs. Lavern Outlaw. Seated: horticulture and educational i" presented last Thursday! "Ye Ole South F esl tival" Was Presented Peggy Thomas; Hila/ Belle Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kelley I j house.

j ,Mrs. George Shuford, first priz:. > winner. divisions of the show are open:: night at 6:30 o'clock by the I i I 1 Thursday By The tarke;> Woman's Club Ruby Sheppard Johns; and; Lila Playa Belle, Belle Kate, announce the engagement of,; OES meeting, Monday Mar,
their daughter Judy Laynette,j
to the public and all amateur I I Starke Woman's Club to ai Ii I, Charlene 19, 8 pjn. Masonic Temple.
Fine Arts Of Starke and terest and spring blossomsin rade" Tinder the direction of Hardy. to Michael David Williams,!
Departme nt Junior WomenIon gardeners in surrounding -, capacity crowd of over 300 ''I Watta Man and Yeah Man BHS PTA meeting Tuesday,
vicinity. Specific bud vases centered, the individual Mrs. Russell Norman was as son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. WiIi -:J Mar. 20 8
Present Spring Fashi Show At persons. A seated dinner was came down into the audiencei i p-m. Cafeteria.
Meetingi rules set up by the National served and a floor show was' tables. Mrs. C. M,; follows: 1. Grand Entrance of at the conclusion of the hams of Jacksonville. Starke Garden Club Silver
Council of Garden Clubs must presented, with profits a- i, Schmitt was in charge of dec New Orleans Belles; 2. Mr.j i program Miss Kelley is a graduate of' Tea, Wednesday, Mar. 21, 3:30:
The Fine Arts sided and
department at the meeting. everyone! spontaneously -
i i iI Bradford High School and is>
followed including such I orations. Yeah Man and his Swinging
be ,
i I mounting to over $600. j p.m Episcopal parish house,
of the Junior Club I : 1
Woman's '
Mrs. Jimmy Green announced sang a rousing"Dixie" !'
senior St. Luke's'Hospital
I at
specifications as: "all speci- Several worthwhile projects Clyde Terwillegar served as Belles; 3. Hila and Lila the : now a
presented a fashion show a clothes collection men exhibits must be grown of the club will be benefited, master of ceremonies and introduced i Joking Belles; 4. Watta Man j I School of Nursing in i i Barbara
Monday night at the regular drive for Saturday, March 9 Mrs;J. W. Kincaid and Mrs. Jacksonville.Mr. Humphress
'I by the exhibitor" and "potted such as the beautification of "Michael at the Piano i i and the Twisting Belles; 5. I
monthly meeting. \ I Old and Used clothes for the ( I' T. H. Slade food .
Williams attended An-
in the Sheppard play-
I plants must have been the islands on 301 North. Dark Town Strutters in New Engaged To
Mrs. Tom Casey, Fine Arts I Thrift Shop will be picked up I possession of the exhibitor at!I The club house was trans- ed several piano selections Orleans; and 6. Grand Finale. i assisted by the Little Wom drew Jackson High School,f 1
I chairman, commented on each If at this time. These clothes are en's Club served the following Jacksonville and William E. Lawson
+'i j }'f least three months prior toJ j formed into a ,beautiful set- during the dinner hour. Rep- Characters portrayed by University
model's outfit. Dresses were I sold on Saturdays at very the show." For more detailed' ting with white columns entwined i,I resenting the Junior Woman's members of the Senior Wom- I Ole South menu: Southern received his bachelor of elec-"

made and modeled by the moderate prices. The proceeds rules contact the show chair- with Southern smilax. Club *Joan Chitty and Pat ,'an's Club were: Watta Man, : roast turkey with 'a la mode' I trical engineering degree from I II Ii M-Sgt. and Mrs. William

wearer to illustrate the costume I go into a special fund to pay man, Mrs. P. T. NoUn, or Blooming magnolia trees were'' Cauffman interpreted "Ma Arlin McKnight; Yella Belle ;,I dressing, giblet gravy surprise i the University of Florida. He j Humphress of Great Falls,

of the ideal clubwoman.Mrs. for charitable work and com- chairman of the schedule placed at vantage points and Pa from the Kentucky 'I Muriel Norman; Imma Belle, l' rice, new cut plantation string is a member of Sigma Tau,I Mont. announce the engage-
\ Mary Dally, Miss Dorothy munity projects such as the beans Charleston cranberrysauce and Pi Beta fraternities
committee Mrs. R. F. Young. throughout the building. A1zaleas Hills. Clare Knight; Yeah Man, Tau j ment and approaching mar-
i Ross, and Mrs. C. R. children's dental clinic. Any- An interesting program on graced points of in- i' "New Orleans Belles on Pa- Margaret Brown; Ella Belle., Astronaut Glenn salad, and is employed by the Nat-i riage of their daughter Bar-
Phipps judged the outfits. one having clothes to donateis growing cactii and succulentswas Mammy's homemade apple ional Aeronautics and Space bara Ann Airman! 2-C WilLiam -

1 Mrs. George Shuford, first asked to call Mrs. Jerome presented by the program Woman's Club I Altar Society i I,, tend this meeting and bring pie, rolls, pickles and coffee. ; Administration in Hampton 1 E. Lawson Jr., son of Mr.

place winner, received four Johns or Mrs. Jimmy Green. chairman, Miss Dorothy Ross. the Comfort bags. Mrs. Chism Mrs. J. H. DuPre assistedby 1 i and Mrs. W. E. Lawson Sr. of

yards of dress material, a A baked goods and candy She gave the history of how To Hear Talks I To Meet Monday 1I j, reminds the women to leave Mrs. H. V. Knight, was in Va.The wedding will be Starke.
year's subscription to a pat- sale will be held Saturday, their r i their names and addresses charge of the tickets. Mrs. The wedding will be an
I cactii have developed : I solemnized at 7 p.m. on April
tern fashion magazine, and a ,, March 16, with proceeds going unusual characteristics which By StudentsThe I Parrish Hall \ with Mrs. Stefanelli on the. Julian McRae was chairmanof ,,,14 in the Brooker Baptist event of March 17 at 2 p.m.

chance at the district contestin to the Thrift Shop ac- produce their grotesque and curtain project. All memberswill tables. Church.a in the Malmstronv Air Force
count. Starke Woman's Club I For the months of March be needed for this important -
Jacksonville Mrs. Lavern interesting forms. During the will meet Wednesday afternoon ; and April, St. Edward's: Altar Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar, Jr. friends and relatives of Chapel. F
The following nominating project.
L Outlaw, first runnerup, and Mrs. Young illustrated Airman Lawson is stationedat
program general chairman of the festival -, the couple invited to at-
I 14 at o'clockin will have change in are '
Mar. 3:30 Society a
.Mrs. L. J. Kite, second runner- committee for the year 1962- the different forms, : 0 Mrs. Chism has appointedher expressed the Malmstrom AFB at
appreciationto tend.
up, received, sewing notions I 63 was named: Mrs. Pat Cauf- shapes, and types describedby the club house. Miss Della schedule. The regular second ,, nominating committee as all members and citizens Great Falls.Deborah .
and aids. Other models taking 1: fman Mrs. Lola Garbett, with some 25 Rosenberg. chairman of Tuesday meeting night will follows: Mrs. Gladys Weldon .
Miss Ross whose
I, Youth Conservation, has an- I be the second Monday in- : efforts combined to : Recent Births
in Mrs. Lennard Register, Mrs. J. Mrs" Richard Richards, and: ,
part the fashion show
were I varieties from her collection. make this 'one of the most Lynn, on Mar 2.
Mrs. C. Sawyer, and Mrs. Lavern nounced the following pro- stead, due to Lenten Service.![ Mrs. Henry Stefanelli. ':
C. Sawyer, Mrs. Jack Such unusual types of spinesas successful Paternal
events in the his- grandparents Mr.
be' Mr.
Miss Judy Schleppi, This month's meeting will j and Mrs. Byron New-
Outlaw. :
gram This 'Sunday is Holy Communion ;
Hazen and Mrs. R. S. Mul- fuzz hair, and j and Mrs. G.
paper tory of the Starke Woman'sClub. S. Newcomb of
:lins. The showing took placeon Mrs. Johns announced plans vicious thorns were shown. winner, and ,Ronald Kimbrell,f held Monday March 12, in the Sunday for the women comb of Waycross, Ga. an- Starke.
of the County parish hall at 8 o'clock.All : nounce the birth of a daughter.
the stage, appropriately for the Florida Federation of Mrs. Young also demonstrated runner-up of the parish. All are
set,to resemble a spring gar- Woman's Clubs convention; propagating by off-sets, American Legion speaking'I women are asked to at- asked'to attend in a body. --- -,- -- -
which will meet in Tampa contest, will give their win- I
den -
with lush green grass, a cuttings seed and grafting.The .
April 2425. Mrs. Hal Hand ning talks of Americanismand
:profusion of azaleas and'mag- Civic and Beautification \
,DOll as. and white garden, and Mrs. Jerome Johns will Committee reported that American heritage. I
;furniture,, go as representatives of the the club has more than reachr These students eleventh USE CARP'SLAYAWAY
graders, 'are'Under''the' direction -
meeting "a
was opened by club.A ed the goal of planting
St. Patrick's Day theme of Mrs. Stephanie Span-
four members of the seniorS mile of beauty" on our local I
was used by the hostesses in ier. The'Bradford. High School
;, out Troop giving their flag highways with emphasis on
the chorus with Miss Frances Poe I
':ceremony in honor of the 50th decorating' table in planting at the entrances to
i A director, will sing ,several selections. I
sunroom. lovely arrangementof .
,anniversary of the Girl Scouts.. the city. One hundred and and MARKETHalf
"I Mrs, Pat Cauffman, .leader'of white dogwood blossoms eight crepe' myrtles, '10 : A Mash depot fcoftfc your
'the troop, Introduced 0 Miss and green candles was arranged azaleas, and six palms have Hostesses for the afternoon Mile North of City Limits-U. S. 301 cfcoict m Cor,', Layowor
will be Mrs. J. H. DuPre,
i Bobbie Sue Barksdale, Miss appliqued on a''with large large white, green cloth been moved by the Starke chairman, Mrs. O. L. HaynesSr. OPEN 7 DAYS 7 AM. 11 P.M. they'll bt paid for bfa -
I Judy Cauffman under the
Miss Kay Department lure .
Road yra *.
., Mrs. E. M. Davis, Mrs.W. I
shamrocks. Lime sherbet
:Garbett and Miss Linda Rae of :Mrs. M.F. Haaen -
supervision '
J. Mrs. P. G. Pelos,
floats St. Patrick's napkins,
i Bossier to take part in this and Mrs. J. D. Doyle, due I .,
assorted nuts, and cookies in Mrs. L. H. Gibson Mrs. W. '
ceremony. construction
I, completed the Irish theme. to highway F. Glenn Mrs. T. B. Harding
Mrs. J, L. Andrews I month.
continued the past W
Mrs. Douglas Hardy, Mrs-
I the "Religions of the, THE RIGHT POINT for the am 'moil 1l3os' 9U3'' suima ;Mack Putch Mrs. F. J. Pel- .
World" series with a meditation way you write. Come in andWE'd hostesses, Mrs. Haines and lum Mrs. Jack, Parker Mrs. ,.,
on Confucianism. Mrs. 'your favorite ESTER- Mrs. P. T. Nolan served a W. H. Nollman, Mrs. Myrtice \

i: Jerome Johns president, pre- BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE dessert course. Nichols Mrs. Bertha Pearce, GOOD HOPE

1 GRAPH. and Mrs. L. G. Powell. I! ,MILK 3 tall cans . 39c- Linen Weave # : .

Dorothy SavageIs i

a United With PORK &BEANS -- 6 no. 2/2 cans $1.00 Easter
Glen Arthur Moore' S
I If ARMOUR'S VEGETOLE 3 Ibs. 59c ; i

I Mondays, Tuesdays Thursdays & Fridays: ,f Miss Dorothy Yvonne Savage GA. RED Ihot I '99

9:00 a. m. to i:30P. m. i were: and united Glen in ;marriage Arthur Moore'In the TOMATOES .- 8 cans 1.00 ,,I 4t &n>' *. + I G

First Christian Church Sat- : ,
Wednesdays and 9:00 12 DELTA SYRUP 39c ; ., -, .
Saturdays: a..m. to noon urday afternoon. Feb. 24. at % gal. tins 899

2 o'clock with Rev. Bob Bad- I' 7f 14......._.._.........N.. I 4'
,: gett officiating at the double- :' BEACON BLEACH % gal. 29c

ring ceremony. GA. RED CUT Adorable styling in rich new solid
The bride is the eldest
} : daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. : GREEN BEANS . 15c' colors and. smart two-tone combinations ,

c I', W. Savage, and the bride- some even have two

groom is the son of Mrs. '' SUNNYLAND skirts. Crease resistant, washablt.

; Cornelius Moore and the late;: PURE LARD -1 gal. jar 89c

: % i iI I ,: Mr.The Moore.bride was attired in an : FOREMOST :
I '
t I empress peau-de-soie gown' MILK / gal. carton . 53c .
I with a fitted bodice: a full

) r aIaI ri W4 tf : pleated skirt and an over- FRESH PURE : si Jr. Boys1 Easter Suits
i :
; blouse made ,of Chantilly lace., :

... illI\4. ,\"', f.: ,I Her shoulder tip veil of illus- PORK. LINK SAUSAGE59C: : -
: K'-1 ion was secured to a crown of 100% washable! Fufy lined plaid toot

t <& : French Chantilly lace em- FRESH SMALLSPARE with solidcolor..
:t j ; contrasting slacks., 599
.- broidered in seed pearls. She
01' :- carried a white prayer book RIBS------ tailored just nice dad's. Sacs"3' to:8, .
: topped with an orchid.
) After ., .
i a short wedding trip SELECT - -
..f ,. ...., i, to South F1orida..they are residing 1
3 Ibs. oo
} BEEf -
; 9'ri. f"n at 325 Lake Street. LIVER $1 Children's SpringSh'o S.
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c.. } Mr. Moore is employed at t
i .
,. 3M Sperry Electronics in Gainesville '' lb. 99
; '.- "'. I i and the bride is completing BEEF 49c 2 Oki. 3" -

TRAVELERS CHECKS!* 'l I her senior year at
.: I Lake Butler high school. 6 TO 8 LB.: AVERAGESUNNYLAND Girls' styles! in block pot-
ants, swivi! strops and
Kathy FreesCelebrates PICNICS lb. 29' pumps; boys' sftp-oft end
: Knownanda t epted- they t oxfords In brown or block '
s I2thAnniversary Sizes 4 to 8, 8 YJ to
are the eefe uwy to cany trawl f mdsI We Have A Full Assortmentof j 12 and 12% to 3.

I '- Get a wppy from> as .at &IMU cost.. -

'. -!. f _before|, o start caaBytj J.; I''; ; Kathy Frees celebrated her Frozen Food at Great SavingsFROZEN '

twelfth birthday anniversary -SPECIAL-
Sale ofIRUGS
Saturday night with a Twisf

I party at the home of her par- BUTTER BEANS 10 oz. 19c : OUR REG. $1.00
ents Mr. and Vic Frees.
The living room was gay, APPLE PEACH CHERRY Sofa PillowsWhile I .

FLORIDA i iiiThriiiit with paper red streamers.and white The snack crepe:: ,FROZEN PIES - -' 33c 27 x 48 Reg. 2.99 NOW 1.67-

table was attractive with pas- ,' FROZEN They Last 24 x 70 Reg. 3.99NOW 2.33

. tel plates.colored napkins and paper;' < WHOLE BABY OKRA 10 oz 19c '' ONLY 3x5 Reg. 4.99NOW 3.00

I I ._ HU The 20 young folks enjoy- SWANSON 4x6 Reg. 7.99NOW 5.00

INC Of it BANKS OF W fLOIUCA NATIONAL CROUP' .MEMICft FEDERAL CUCJlT INtUKANCC COM the affair played games during ( 66C 2x3 Reg. 1.99NOW 1.21
the evening and had a Twist: T V DINNERS each . 59c ,

-- i contest with prizes. ,t I IJ .


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t 'i 1 done by'M.. rch. -20.- Tire'Is a-pretty-important injdustry.P6ur !
.... I .' : .. .. Jacksonville with her son-in-1 ville was visitinb the J. W.
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'p (. : .,,-.:,...': 1; .t ,. ssfiepingqualit', cooking jobs in private employmentare law and daughter, Mr. and | McHaes" last Saturday"'- after
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t 1 Allen noon. '
,tl Mrs &e 'spent
'or.- '"""" ;$ J A charaqteristics, ;.: d, :flavor. to Agriculture.

Floridians Don't Smile Enough .l. Y' y F Y q t Se. 'ds of eaih: variety"are- I.Farmers are efficient enough last weekend* with" "" the .J, W. Chester Andrews returned
I : ;, available! far this plating season today that one farm worker McRaes. ''''" v. ; l ome Moray after spending

J.aha it rhoped' ':'that' all t produces food for himself and Mrs J. E. Moleand. ::Mrs. 'I several' jree s in :.Michigan

;-0rSp, The lour $tsrSa.)':,. j.. i '- 4 W &JFf growfrs )i 1o./ ,\wJ&l1yplant- 25'ethers.- Chester Andrews were visiting i with his son djdaughter-in-: -

J .. _tlStf''j*. ,f or'home,use jwd-inarket] wili \.-. f'.y.yyyyyy.yyyyyyl in Gainesville last Sunday law Mr. and Mrs. Don An-
.rm. i '
} ;5 The :refreshing# candor a s include,.both. .o'f .these varieties afternoon. drews.Safetb .

1 t.of this signfir.ecteoVby.the: 1 in their'nromm, Huggins", ',," said.. PINE LEVEL I'I'I

f t JiUona.Club of Milforjj!, Text f Y Y Sh By .O. T. .HuggiirConntj Feriilizerlpecans' \a r"t.(. : :. 'a'l

t most motorists in Nitrogen is (very importantin : !
jas puts.
w ,. dgenti During I y By MtL\ '..& Mclt&L f Belts For Si
J {tA thu }Jtling'e of mind -. ,,. t

I : -but, as"'tjie saying goes< __ :%t, the .30-day period' after buds I :AAAAAAAAAAAA4AUAAA,. ; ;, -'.- &. ; i->: f T
break in the is important -I -
an I
I | .--.jherje* .many true; yord .. :;CY Y t y, ? ; 1':.t ,r growing period.'Fertilizer I r. Everyone enjoyed the Heart $45O PER BELTPlus
m. -
spoken in jest: ':; .. should be applied before jiif .Florida's Youth Fellowship .
j )liloxfl.s: |QrtunateMin-, '' 4, ,{ 4: .- 3 this time. '|I.' meeting ,last 'Friday night in
if it has only '"three \ s 4' i. : Branford.: Pine Level the $1.00 Each if Installed
deed .
J : fertilizer won .
of ,
Ii r Amount per ., r : .., "
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1 -..,hrifniir' .fM.grouc h" .niimT!- 1 z ,: tree 'will, of'course; vary according -f attendance banner. The next ) Ii

-boned among its population -; : t s >._. tp' ize and-age of j meeting will be at Montrose SALE. STARTS MARCH. ",. 10
\ ; of 7o05ln: most towns, the ; : tree. :In' general,' 50 to 75 j.Ave..Baptist Church in Lake 'f

\J percentage would run' !much h'igherso 'on motel prices;1 not, enough friendly 4' pounds'per bearing tree,'or 800. -City: on. April 6. Cars .will' During Annual,Safety Drive

I s JJ11gh., ) iq .fild R*that; '.they wouldn't,dare smiles by reside *\\s. v" r' : to. ,1,200 pound&per., acre.. leave. Pine Level Church at 7 .

erect 'a'bil ard>' ,wing the: exact nunv Well, it costs money,' .;iraprQye r x If .legume cover crop has p.m. There will be room Jar <".. .i4 ...,.. "'Sponsored, rBy ,A.r.iTARKE .'- *
r :trees :\ :' ;>> "
t-or. ,roads jn d build i roienic ..iareas, .and1 not i s tI' been grown under ; a 5-\! everyone: who wants to go. '
I' t 10-15 formula ,k gogd..,If .nocover _Dr. /E. IS' ill and
'us \Y. Hall
I -d 'rTJoiritJais' no exceptiono 1 all l .of can dp anything ajapiit motel I, ,JAYCEES
crop, then a 6-J12-12 is staying with his son-n;'iaw \ ." : f'. ,
thoughiellIW: ourselves on'be-, pricey but it ,dqes'n't'cqaf .ee t -. :"
.. -Pjide! fred I' popular. You ,will need Jo In- I and -
J { ing "the sunshine state." '. < Jo smile at stranger, and a warm f': crease the amount if grass or I,and daughter, Mr. ) .Mrs.. : ,Central SalesiLocation-North Fla.Supply Parking
{ 'EJffle Murrhee. frdr I Iilrs.
As a matter'of'fact, a ;research project amUeriendlY, greeting would 'do '!4 Rr pasture is in the grove. r, .; H. U., inv'McR = 'of I ,Lot 412 E. Call Street ., w

1 of the Florida !( much to make. i im ,f9rget othcomplaints. -..' ...... Our City Friends > :
Development) ffnmissiop ; $ tip : ;- ; r-- : :: .. t pripgs'Js '!*
"" \ "- J gHeilbronn ; ar-t! .. .,.
I up.jyith.aji.un- 1 .. .-. JAricC" : : -May hot !know;that agricult- :
recently .
< came
> of' interest. has. I I ..
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-' '* *' information -,- . .
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fla\teri .conclusion, about 1!toridian$," } \vhy: .V-a'ij; until ,u tiangcrcomealong Ibown 41,1 1tQijtJ ; give you .' : ... .." j i '

\ fxjn'ieJeraL; fto.n't smile, ough; .;..,. ? Why nb"t"starjt igfitnpw.practicing CLIMAX, the two new varieties I each variety. Ii' I I'I _

f they".say. ? our.: -.smiles ,on acl1.ftther? fcf-feouthern'peasthat; :are -PBODUQER :is 'a fQn.ieeded ..jD lItL t, "

< t [ftipsutts ,pf .t ite .research; 'show ..thatjfiloridft ; !.> trying'tbemout: 'on the :home folksso Available1 I. for: 'planting nosr.Wepublished'jur pea developed rfrom ;several .t t{ 'r : r'

has..a tually,; ,been' losing ,business -- ;they .will-'be: in top dorm 'when the article' .on -crosses -lo produce. a pod'9 ip 1\\W ; .' : ,.. '

tbecau$e .some_ iqurists'are::coming visitors come along. these -new varieties hi VEheTeiegraphseveral IXinehes) long.. It. is' slightly|I .. ., -. r {. ; q, ..,.fV ...' -

i to the Sunshine, State .ONpY.' ONCE::, ) .months ago curved, free of blemishes and :FRI .:"$AT... I i .': .A, ,
r ; 11 1 prettyakl and/since that.'time, 'have M :filted' 6ut.: It(has pot 1( t ;
.Afid ..evgryone jcio l } vs. ;tt tgat'.the success rjadnumerous inquiries :from Shbvra attack by scab,.andha ,, *\ fMARCH'9.10DOUBLE I -

I of the tourist business,. lil e, all.ot l. y er n r one ,better* We'eo'uld'erecF. ., .'a"sfgn:sayinor citizens if) our. '.,county :indicating 'a-high' degree 'of field .resistance '.!FEATURE I
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business '!depends on rep !!$ Jbusin ,as! ,.. ;,.. I ISTAREE .r r. "i tlief! ;fnterest:: '" to"pests. The color!-pod 'The.: :pevil Et: {I <.f':' {' s I .

-- The disclosure bpu.t'sprne> or;ufnot FLORIDA .These new peas:are products it-Harvest: maturity 1s.a:deep 4 OslockI j ,. :.. ,". ". ,
smiling enough came as a result!)f:com- attractive ..l.w ; 0". '. kr. -.
r of .a 'siyear' prpedihg pro- ) : .. .
A FRIENDLY. ;CHT OF ,000 :4Ptu : I '
( :piling a.numberof; .complaints filed .. ,
:byf ANDNor! conducted'at the Agulturg1 v 1 '' ; HAVE YOU SIGNED
i PEOPLE i '
I l tourists' who said that one.trip.to.Flori'J A fi .Experiment _Station I'n i ,PRODUCER Jates.'' superior The ,Second JimeAround I .'t, .r: "I' YQUR '. ,
-f E ; da was enough ;for them ..''...;5'M1 i '. -' .- ia pod Appearance\ and market: : ,A" '-r '. '; .HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION

i t Among-the. criticisms ''listed.about our When that day comes we< ,could! .Three, .; monstxatlon. .;ppjt ability. It Is desirable for; Pins1 Cartoon : 'I .. : '_ I t
t I ;;falr! state ,wee-: Not enough ,pcnic. erect a billbpard 'of -wnlch we could .m e D ted' 4n )3rn forsl #eh ,m rjet; .use. and, ; ,with l I- .:... .\._A'_ I :.". I : .:; APPLICATION

I ,areas; ioo many ,bad roads 'arld dt truly: .be proudrand.dont| think. ; ',\it County last August by Luther its" 'high-yielding capability, .Stl'N' ,.MON' ..TUES.". '
)\ \'* traps; not.enough accurate information wouldn't pay big dividend I .Billiard, J. :R. iVatttvright. ,I it is adapted to hand-picking' MARCH 1)-12-13 I ; 1.

I ---s ,. '. I., and Lucian Conner.:T young for fresh market trade.Pro- DOUBLE F ATURITwtPsTo Reid .Line .
\ :G. ..,vCo/son/ Palen Colson,'El Paso. Texas; plants withstood excessive I ducer seed is similar in sizeto, I ] I II ., .

i i and .three grandchildren. H F4.s :ram during .the early.growing .Blackeye and Crowder varieties -PJ Uf'1 .April- 1st. ., "
I period and .excessive Jdrought but has higher yielding j 1 ,
JOBrooker, ; Funeral services were .head September :;and October- ability. It is a high yielder in Women From Hell I 1 f
*' I i 'at .3U0} ,?.nt. :Thursday, tit the Even with this Adverse .weather both 'spring and faU :;produc .1 .Cartoon .1!t to ,

;' ervice j.H ef I4 .I jEjSrooker .Baptist ..Church .wjtfij 'the results were ,highly tion. I. .' I .
j Rev./Leo Hebert, pastor of-jhe satisfactory reported, by : 'eamseededar 1 :\Y.fd).; URS., !
I CLIMAX. is a c : ,
:'MARCH 14 J
Ooldflre Benjamin Colson., 7 1 each Seeds '.available ,- J5 -
grower. .arei
I f I Starke First Baptist Church, *. I etY that shows a strong "
: of Wednesday -now at, > ( ,farmsupply DOtml }; 'EA'PURE 1
78/v Brooker Jed your'kcal( tendency to -produce' 'higher r
and Rev. t
-I James L. Temple, EJ4VI; PRESLEYElaniing I ,.
"' ''morning 'In the Bradford I dealer and! .a: food yields in' the fa'U] ,season. lt'is ,!
i. County Hospital; after an extended : .pastor. .,.... of BrOOKer Baptist number.of folks _have, already i crossed with varieties .like.the :1 Star -
t. ''illness.. -I Church' officiating.. rye, pur'ehaseda.supplyfor! ;: garden; running i '-Acre nd'.crowder.to: FLU '" ,1 "
[Burial_ was. ...in .the. familyplot' ; .
Born: at Brooker on : and commercial:planting. Pur givelt i ecreamtypt'cnaiac.teristics ,

{ 24, 1883, he was the son of in New ,Hope CemeteryjjearjACrosse farmers today wj0varehig : ietay- and flavor '; equal ''{:to! 1\)1!anTr ai' I i -... ... ...........,,- ..-.... Tax- ., Assessor. .
i t, ee' iteTQluiG...aud itkitUaI .I'rection .under. !tDe! !!-. iabusiness. aretakingltd-: \ '..size Ito;the.C&bbage ,pea. ;PQdsrange ::PlusCartoon 'I 'r -

l Moody Colson. He ,had opera- "of DeWitt C. Jones vantage\ of the proven ..varieties from 6 to 8 inches long, -IT'" '. ; '.. .t" t t ". I I 'fiiII' _. .... _, ,, I, .

tad a grocery store at Funeral Homev, t... .. jjjd ,praqftcss.that ae.,and, shilling quality is excel-: I' ..........;,. ,..... I'. .".,. r -. .'0.

ff* !.t 11 for !jegis: did ,'Brook-j' AIRPARK 'J3APTITSunciay2Sejiooh .$;v1 -I1able. jWe urge :all 'our le4t. ;CLIMAX.is grtatarilyafan .'-_. .. .I.-., .., .'..' .. !
ixembej ft, e, fol .1 .. .grow rs 40 try: .some pf '',thesenew variety t'If planted ;J )': .
15 ? ,' .. ... 1t1Ju.\p' ..'..t.'f,.'''; f dE'r : *. ; planting: !t JI _. '.'" .
t tChiirch, 'f Peas this?season; I 1j;the Jsummer.it ill''rnkq I:I : .., C

.!3 utct \to !Ala tIet Alya : ; i ,d '..\\ye.'h9v. circujar ,P.1. t has excessive.viny.,gi'owtti.It'n' r h I

qen f vRfnt :'Broker' ;' case MornjB WoreiH.l.!" JHPtp1.. ---- jut- eD; released that t. will .be planted ip the spring Jl i .
; spri;..I.iesS1 A.(Colson< : Starke'';: ,:TrainingUpiion.; &:Xii': 'm. ;: : : r"X # S .{-I: I J.

4 i alpi5ter; Mrs..HattieiUlams.. Ev t I Serviee:7i30rp.m.Rev.Robert : .- 'Jerome'.tk ilohhs .... .. ,
NewPort Rlcfiey;"'a.>brother,1 (! t- '- .
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I "I am" takthg"ths.means...!)! r 5 J '.i' J' jt t. 1,1 ,;

.. 1. ...."!"' i,Jirinannci111;; rl'!"''t,to,,,Elie, '.,.citizens... 9f .t2'j_ > t: ',. ':4.. M h Ii -- 16 i I
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Bradfrof County that I am .
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., I i a,. MU 1drate .for c )unty. Coni- .'! : -. ..r'I.''1- ,.:!'_..':. ....... .- .. ,'..,.!, ... .,,.,'.. \,- '""r''"." .
>missioner from'TDisfrjct.i 3. '.We ViII ;Give',Absolutely 1 ,:FREE a 2.50'I r'. t 'Ji.. : 1f.v.r. ... .I, 'to I' ,t. _'I } ,.

f 1 I '" 2the thatI :a louse ..with.,paeh.99sit: boughton : :.::r "

I 7.n i have served as. your County this week .end' .for only 99c for Both., vi $': Di11r IU a.ni. 7:30: .m ,

y., I Co nt loner, I 1y9 J enougdin ]- :.r.z... 99c This is the Greatest Clothing .Sale ::trJ .

\ !I r 1I ; ,gA .sess! ra.cticesI 4I ever held in Starke.: This.,great sale will '.m ,.
f 2i W I I jn tbe ape at j/rf our' countr ,open THURS:, MARCH:: .8:30 al: .mat .," : V- V '", '
affairs;; 'one'cf"which ws i. '
J18 W Call St. : .
i 1 r 1 '" 1' ;pur-chase | i; ;' ':.Come. early .for the choice of .things. > BEST APflSTMADISON\ STREET
>10taJ' ,, '
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j iu rii Moc(el l 1 I' 1Is w ,1I ? .. .
: \ i?uniform work! I ...Jt,.... ..' ,: '
a program -
; 232q155 | 1" ; :I the county road department 9r, '

.,_... I/.p. .',! I thereby saving our-.taxpaye' s ::11. These are but a f"Y' of the ,, CHUReH : ,BAPTIST CHURCH ,
.: f, ..,' Jeieral tbaiisaiids ff Collars .
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{ Swive l J., .,...\;, -\'\ J I annually. e! 7' ,Bargainsyou, will: .there''j ":.7Z. V .
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!I.i "I will continue >>jerk tcswards j-. J / a ,
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Matching operating'\oiif,, county t i ,LADIES ,COTTON < ").: 3' I
Baseadio' : i t Ion the ''SameVprineipaLas; yguwCjUjd i DRESSES 69ctol29 :':
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3our; P.usjess, ,.saving .. .., ,, '
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every dime I can*for-Our cixens -
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LADIES' >tl' .
995 ,- .ahd getting, cur.bills qn ,

.. .. a !. \lJrMhb.; "tJng oy.r '. .::1,29J 2.49: : !7 ''j'' .t a r2 .. J
4.P t p :. th 4J i
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I: surplus, each year. ::2 I''' -.' .. "J
"I have-'Uved to 41 LADIES'SHOES- 4 .'-,
: Bradford ..
{ I County piactl all of 'niy t ) ; '59c'o: .'99cCIDRlr' ,
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KI i Ida..33 ye arspf.age, marrioJ, ; 'S ,_ \:' !.:,; y< .- Iris rr3y, rfP I r .' ,
and hav!iTwp children. | I

ii I "I .\LJ>> r of the First :l 11.E. .. _'OTHII10, ." .at:'" '.. :' !Qi ..c." .. J' f ti .. / ,,

; t!tl .st \e.Jlyirffc of Stark ., 1
ParitiFrdIittler of Starve i ttIJ HILDREN'S .;.r.C '< : : ;. .!
: tPi$e xoT.ttif the Ben;> { '
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:I,I Bradford County' that. 'I 4fI Se Jh .for 15 ))0 to, o. o... j f. '. k i .- 4 .1." tIIIBERYSINGER :
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Bf/S: Cagers; End! the advantage of seven seasoned -.! Hollingsworth < First Baptist And Madison- Street; : April. ':!"3. 'U60, and I recorded.. in I west along said South line a r cf' 'the.-same. ,upon 'Clayton- ,j I _Witneva- mv- 'han4- j...l e:"'I''''

veterans along with several .. Official Records Book 11, page I dlmncc-of- iw-ftettn point trt:f Aruow, Duhcan & Jolmstvfl: 2r. seal) at 3tarfce. HrJ *fpiCu: $-
1961 Season' OnPleasing i promising! aspirants from Services Held -r ,/ .- "- 4 p* ,.':fto: .t-1f publif records ..st'i any l-tgtnntng portion excvtitir.g-lyit.g tfTlWh"-r-.frt.ia the oath! Main Street CainsiIir.f'tqrda. ; i; ty: Flor.da tithJ ,,a' daj of

the 'B-squad- <; I Schedule Simultaneous' Revivals <' d.trtt.bl1n" ?*. Florida.e.. -' I. ri?i l\4 of stay of a county. graded : Attn'n-s. for the ,: bruary, l.-- I
Sunday In Raiford "rIngJhl r;lf>\\1Dg tlpnptrty !<< rtY1'l i road, MtntICf berein and. lIfMn fail- : ( ;!o.\L) I'
--'b .. .: tuatfd: in nradCI.d'. : h.irles A. mff>.. C!*:-khvuit .tt
\\-ilil-It 3M '
Note mIJrgai7 was 'a:#- '
I JfDty.Io'kf'da, ter-wi); ue't6 ir so. a 'I1t"lrt' Phi "Con- <
Jf.-Hi( Cagers : John Avery HolHngsworth, Revival services will begin : i"tirv f'' larnl in ths r.a"t >41gDt-11. a to Florida Pon..r! rjKiration.Vare f' Cpinpany. l>-. f..::.Ui.L'MUH uin .1.-:, o.; '.ott. !1.-. '.
; jrissifffin
I I 57, died last, Friday at his at the First Baptist. Churchin '**f ?>f in?:! \\ff hi'f\ of.S mth- :'. "!nt d.-U(1 April. 25. 15awl L 5-li 4t t-S,
Tornado cagers closed out i '''M Qyarer: of ;)'IIJht'ur, uar-4 1 ,._ _._ __ : ",
recorded Official net'.rllc _- ---- _-- -
Finish With home in Jacksonville after a Starke on Sunday morning, : I .ft:JW"" T \\1''IIi' 4 i ..''II'h, i an --- w.l''IIon -
their 1961-62 season on a j "... | I'/vjJk 11 iu5e; :425;:!: of th* 'JIlltolit I
long illness..,He was born in March 11, and,will" continue .p.--f :22 l'>*t Prylford "i.nptyof r crrfls of Prailforrt! t" UritY.lflOrlda. ,
) pleasing note after edging f/101'\da' ctainiiig '.nt> GLASS .rha Our Busings
Starke and had lived in .Jacksonville through Friday ofeht, March : ) That. PI(,ntr Finance ; ,
3 Wins 'TJsktr ?erar'l I''''HT ;I'I'I !
I Live Oak 55-50 in an over- ; Straight f -tuaPr Ith" good faith purchaser -1 HaVe
: top 25 years. A .retired 16. Rev. John R. Martin, pas- > ntlcula.i'ly described as t and noldor IE -- ----
time contest in District Tournament iwsFor .ij!'ot."f, b: !y ii,'iin t, I i -
Jacksonville said and the m- WRITERS
IBradforj's employee of the \> mortgage CALL VISIT
tor of the First Churchof thu Smith, "'
: Baptist nmmepre "fl "und.I'h j .. :
I play last week before junior high Terminal Co., he was ...ISIr l ;$: 'nlln 1 at a j i tiis.-iry Note w ur-'d tiu'r.cl,3'r"u inspr'or 4' IP)? FOR. ANY GLiVtffc: NEED( ,
c dosing to tough Perry 43-57 seventh Chattahooehee. will be the IIi fet r'tt'rt'' .,t""e ,..." are reguir'-d U fil' Your :
school basketballers. i
a member of the Woodlawn other difehfes if any: to th<- '
I Last Wednesday's with ; evangelist. Gat Gilbert. of 'Nt corn" V-f the' East half efw Offi tint CUrk. of rU<* C5r;
: game and eighth graders. won their ,. Baptist Church in Jackson- Win nf! .fsaid "utbfasttiartr fi SHEA'S GIJS\
I Live Oak was tied up 49 all as : final three contests to close' ville. the; St.. Johns Park Baptist -if S"nth:!.'nvf J'inrtcinn cult C-.u. Florida-t. in Itnd f.n.r for flra'lfordrliniLy before .

the final whistle blew just i : Church in Jacksonville will be tl''pp Xorfh :2 tifgrff:? dof March. .162 and. C
out their season last Monday,; thA ISJh ,
Surviving his wife, Mrs. 'luitf''' y.t JI d'.tlr "f UI' I (NOT IXCV: )
'It the xanie lhut't'l''t' I. ""rpv
I a Jew seconds after Chuck ; with nine wins and only the singer for the_,.m t-ings. I "'et. run tben'"e.Xdrth 11" d"rI''E' "
1 f Mary Lily Hollingsworth; two Est aad ft:1t.! t!>jO"' South' I "Formerly Joe peteefs flkss
Moore sent a jump zinging ; three defeats. sisters Mrs. Edna Sweat. Regular services will beheld In tooppration with the hMIIldaty I.r, l'aid ,Spc'Uon 0, a' UTTLE SANTA FE LAKE We Design Modern/ Shire Fronts
through the nets to save his Fir ,Baptist Church, the tist\nl': nf IPS( ;; r..r; run th"ncc'eii'iidsrroea '
the :
I Two of last three games Raiford and Mrs. Edith Dob- at 11 ajn and 7:30 p.m. Furnished Home. For
team. Stalwart David ; 05: vtinnteM Eat Just Mail Us A Pattern
I !the Ingram'l were won at the cost of Lake i t son, Clearwater; two brothers, Stind y. During the week,I Madison :Street Baptistchurch a d;"tnnc-e of 429 fw>t to tile S bedrms, guest house, dock. Table' T '
I almost wen the oth- conduct Suii'th' hIIIDla'ry'of sa and will .
City Junior High j j Woodrow Hollingsworth. services will be held each day revival services
set shot that went into the 1; ran thence Snuth 1$ degrees FURNISHED H031E.
a I er saw Lake Butler go down Starke, and Willie Hollings-: at 11 aon. and 7:30 1: p.m. I twica, daily, a, 10 a.m.', and I 1.113: N. W. 4th Pi. Gainesvine,jia. 1 ji9neJFR2., 353j
I. air just :before the final before the local's onslaught. .'. 7:30'': 'the ., #: .- j.: spacious lot, many trees, price ------------------------------------I, .
whistle, but the ban rolled I worth, Crescent City. Mr. Martin has served innUmerous : pjn-, during 'period '".. _. __ jilt. 1\ ," '" t... and terms see: '

I around the rim twice before On Thursday, February 22,\ Funeral services were held ,capacities since returning -.: March. .,11-16.. .'., Associate Edna Martin. '' .

falling to the floor outside the Starke downed Lake City 49-1 at 2:30: p.m. Sunday; in ,the to Florida in 1937 I '"Dn''James: P, Rodgers Heft], Keystone Heights, }Ia. risHiI'Gt i:

basket. 36 with Donald Falcon 24 lead'-I 1 Raiford Baptist Church with following; his college and seminary -I pastor of'-' the first BaptistI F1orIdaTheatre Phone .1106 GOING
ing the way with .
Allen Price officiating. :
\. Rev.
The Tornadoes completely Wayne, McLeod followed with !i training. He has served I Church,' Yaidosta> Ga. will be J..UlES H. 3IeKACHEN,
Burial in Conner Ceme- -
dominated the overtime period I was as, ASsociational. Moderator. :, the. evangelist., while Rev. REALTOR .
10. The following Saturday, ,
under the direction of BE ASSURED -
however, sinking six points to i February 24, the locals de- tery FuneralHome. Sunday .School superintendent -j I Roger Ezeli fright],.pastor of 0

Live Oaks one. David Ingram, | feated Lake Butler by the resounding Key-McCabe Training Union director,j the' PauQneJBaptist.Church' : OF TOP PERFORMANCE .
high man for the night with member I"al5o' in V ldosta J
.score of 36-18. Fal- of the State Mission will direct 8D1H6r .
20 points, sank four' of the con again led with 13 while Services Held Boarfl from four different- [-hemusie.: .. it'l' WITH AN : .' t?; .

extra period markers while followed For W.W.Colson sociations. and vice -
$ Emmett Akridge I was president Dr. Rodgers has filled many : I : I

Billy Dowling got the other with 6.The. Of LaCrosse of the Florida Baptist,, honored positions in Florida,f|SATURDAY, MARCH 101OOUBLE { son :
two on a fine rebounding ef- I. ,F-iC cuss i
fort. Moore had the second ; final game of the season I Convention in 1950. DurIng Georgia and Southern.Baptist i FEATUREToHellAndBack ,. BOATS : EVINRUDE OLTBOARD

best effort against Live Oak : last Monday. February I Goldwire Benjamin Colson,! hi ministry'at Chattahooehee, Conventions. A Doctor, of Di- ** ,'' r 9 U If'r N i

with 15 points. 28. with Lake City proved to j, died last Friday.'in a Gaines-1. the.church there has. stu'iedn vinity degree was conferred 'II ..., f FROM' .

be a tough one but' Coach Len'Register's I i ville nursing home after ant f extensive building progr m.! upon him by Stetson.Univers- ;
Coach Erwin Land also
praised his charges for theirS charges gained the extended illness, | Mr. Gilbert: has served as j'I I ity. In addition to his,present 70t tSOPHY
with 28-21 vie- ( NORTH
edge a Murphy FLORIDA
effort against Perry saying I upper tory. Falcon led again with I i: ,Mr. Colson .was born' at LaCrosse minister' 'of music in various I 'pastorate and, others. Dr. Rodgers 'Starring: Audie ; '

the Tornadoes outfought oat- ;' 9 points. followed by Robert, July 17, 1874, the sonj Florida churches.Rev. has pastored NorwoodBaptist : HIS TRUE STORY! j 11

abounded and outplayed the i PoweU with 8 and Dwight Elder of the late W. W. and : Gleim E. Trayer, 'diof Church, West Palm : 412 E. Call St. v-

higher ranking team but just i, with 5. i, line Mott Colson. He wa Ade-I ;the. First' Baptist Chuurch,I! Beach, and to':Firs BaptistChurch ;( ANtGuns ) Your Authorized Efinrnde .Dealer. "

couldn't hit the basket even | member of the. Baptist extends Haven. :
a cordial invitation : Winter 1 1Mr. .
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though they got many good 16 Edwards Dogs |; Church, and at one time was I tothe: public to, attend any I" Ezell is a native of Of The ._ _.__ _- _- ,- ._"--_- .t-_,1 -l --i L -- -
shots. i a resident of Starke. and __ -
all Perry ;
i'l i services during the re-1 a graduate of Norman' '
"We lost mainly due to our Nominated For Funeral services were held vival. College, an..is -
inability to hit the basket," Phoenix FuturityOf at 2 p.m. Sunday at the New I I for his musical. ability. I Black \VitchI Low .. Ho

was Land's comment, but he Hope Cemetery with Rev. FIRST ,CHRISTIAN I The general public is invited New Cost sl
added that he was "very Earle S. Haney of Ridgeview CIIl'KCH I
80 greyhounds I ,
the nearly to joinlwlth.the Colorscope : '1 .
proud" of the for Church Gainesville, congregation -i .
Baptist \
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been nominated for I ". .I
chat have l
of' i i"Dog.Gone 1\
537 W. 'fit the Cartoon I
Call !
their fighting effort. Gary the upcoming '550,000 Phoenix officiating. Starke church in these ,
Bob L. revival services.on .
Badgett : I
Minister Fish"
Kouba was high man against Futurity to be held March 17 | Mr. Colson is survived by : I

Perry with.9 points while the it Phoenix '(Ariz.), GreyhoundPark one sister, Mrs. M- N. Strick- j Cor. W. Can &. Christian I. __ __ __J. ....

players usually hitting the 27 are from Florida. land, of Alachua. jl Sunday School.' S:4a, a.. .... -walls I I Ii SUN.. MON., & TUES. N4d ; .3: ; ):

most had only 5 or 6 points The J. M. Edwards Kennel of Church Worship, 10:45: a. m. -, Out' rut stTjtt. and \:JI'nsl.. 'I :MAR. 11, 12 & 13 I '-

each. Starke leads all kennels in the AtTheTabcrnalce Chi Rho, 5:30: p. m, Choir I.wocduorTw!J'u' tJodfil: renr\.s the ugh: 'i i I Li\ealle) Home

Looking to next year, Land nomineeesvith practice, 6:30: p. CYF to'reject anj anil all bidt News Film on
number of futurity m. 7 p.
commented that he hopes this In. Prayer Charles, \. Jjarbj, Clerk. ,. |GLENN'S SPACE FLIGHT' k kl
include Ed's df Meeting
16. They : Rev. Glenn E. Trayer, 7:30: p. (SEAL) .
will be our last losing season, Windmill, Mix Me. of m. Wednesday, I. 2-15: 21 3-2i': : II !
the Tornadoes compiled 7- Smart Guy, rector of prison evangelism j .------ --. Minister.--. .. "
a 3kelly, Black Boy, Black' Beau Grand Rapids, Mich., is 't Xotle. of I: I
20 record. for a long while. 1 Application t -- I ,
ty Rolling Putty, Rolling scheduled to speak at the1Gospel for 1'nx Utd .
Next year's will have KOTICE I LUf KOIt HIDSI 'I
squad Smoke, Rolling Dealer, Rolling Tabernacle Sunday' that FloB'ie IS Lee HEREBY MrtcheJl GIVEN. I "thP I:I'3111.f "\JII" I'ommis; I !
Chief No No, Red holder the tcnT? of /Mr! ilford
Fire County
Bessie, of me
March 11. following
morning i certifi I .,
Flw-itl. will!
rates has r.t'iVe<< +'a1ed Itidfe II
... I'utty, Tango Dancer, Last He will tell of the work for a tax filed said certificates t at IM'( o'clock, on Ihf- Inurn
!. )t U\Jt!: "f\}:' '4 ; deed to be issued +(l ,
...... Date, and Exodus. All of these thereon. lug j>f M.iroh 6, J 152. in lbt

r f) (.",.,.,..-; ;,...,?.'G\r'."".",;. ..f'.{",,,.:'__:,. r'f ,,_;>..,.. :aave raced before at Phoenix : done group by in bringing this evangelization the Gospel'to I i i' scription and years of of certificate the.issuance property, numbers the, and de.{,I courtroom fr! thf f'.1ohyin,!. iithe r- courthouse II Note These Fine Features: : '

> Exodus, who has had his I the i Onfr -
: .. ; except names in whlcb it 1'y1''I'i.t1'vIU. .
'f! ,. ... <, experience at Tucson. j inmates of penal institu- sessed are as follows: was as I II :SI! udl'I taiiiag" a nil Merit. l'ic -
: :: \, Uons throughout the country.! Certificate Ko.-32:J Year of Issu| T'D!'. I I e Never before has this been possible! A home you can'
The first prize winner of the i i ance.: 1958 Description of Property -! Tlip Roini 'offu-.s: fur Vide t- '
-- There will be special music, move right into for less than rent. And the low monthhIII'
s- -1t -:%,. -; $50,000 futurity will receive Lot 1 & 2 of Elk 24 in N otie Kojal, Electric 'r.'IJt'\\'l'it i II
: and.all persons interested are j RenoD Xame in which assessed : which may lie (:I<'''" ,in tht 1 payments will make you the proud owner of a fine, new
20000. Lonnie Flowers I "lforL.-offite; the
.. .cordially. invited. .,to attend. All of said property beIng 4 i FSoartl Kcservs c""rlhoweThe 'the, rigb, Cartoon i \ home in 12 short years. II
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Standara Stations ." "1 Florida the CountywrjJradford-, .! State of l4I: { rejeauy..tI. -and .aIl. .bi1s., "Little Ro'PepeWED. I.. I :... 0 -The: institute will lend you the money to build ,an IEH,

Recent Births Unless such certificate or I I Charle. 'X. Ilarb rierlc : : ', .- J I : .honieanywbere., That means even in the country wh'ere: .
New certificates shall be redeemed ; -"-1"t s-2ri & THUIxS., !' other, almost "ef!
Now Offering according to laW'the : '- "\1 : mortgages are impossible to get. c.
Bradford County Hospital described:: in such certificate- property or \--In "h,, (r4rni court Of Kloricfs i II MAR. 14&15 I: "-; Insurance too ,is included in your, low monthly payments.
Types Of Oil announces' the following certificates!! will be sold to the 1 itiihJudiclnl.:( IrcuilIn. '
The beautiful of IEH Homes offers wide'selection ..
t highest bidder at the court boue I -\u. J.'m: llridfurd Cquntr. I '. 1e a .
i births. : Month door on of the first Monday I in I 'lInD."r-, ..jtFIoiir t SASED ON 1 FACI5 Cl Tn St.UuW of designs and floor plans, in(1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom.homes.,
Standard Oil Stations are Mr. and :Mrs. Charles E. the 2 April 1952, which is! I Finance Company, : III1 .
offering Southern motorists Keystone Heights; 'April 1S62 I A,Corporation, Ptaiutiff; v. J..u1a.1 '
now Campbell ] Dated '
this 6 day of ,11' I
March n '! 1tendantNt1TIrE
; a line of revolutionary! a son,,John Edward, March 1. 1&6t fro APPEAR: La Rue :
new motor oils it was announ- I Mr. and Mrs. George LI'I Clerk Chai les'of A.Circuit.Darby I The ytate' Of'Florida" 1'J.il\ .I III! CorporatIOn
Coujt of : nt'l! T.'r.Jl Route :2, P.'C 49-"A, :
L- ed this week by W. C. Smith, Roberts, Starke, a son,,.James!1 Bradford County Florida; .:Stark: *;, Florid: S, :
Standard Oil 3-S 4t 3-29 You Are i Herel.v Xotlfit-d! thai '
: Marklee Starling president of Byron March 2. i a fvrorn affidavit as to jour i! YOUR INSTITUTE 'OR ESSENTIAL HOUSING DEALER IN
I Company Kentucky]. 1 1j [I Mr. and. Mrs. E. O. Thorny !. Krinembrunre Of I rpl'idl'lw" tu.l I. C/Hilplainl hav.,

Is CandidateIn : brand [J ton. Raiford, a daughter. RiU Cartl Jurat Mulonr Jr. I ,"cn fi'-d against you in th.* :Cartoon -
Sold under the I1 11 STARKE
In above LAKE CITY
j the graveyard: sweetly sleep- I nunn-d Court wherein, tht'I
,-RPM, the new oils contain: Denice March:3.; I ing.Wh're 'I Plaintiff -i-cek-J to foreclose!' a I "Little'hopper" I ,
District! TwoI ''an ashless detergent that.!!'! Mr. and, Mrs. Tommy F. ,: Wave, the flowers gently| Southern mortgage States given by COnstruction you to I !I 400 W. Madison St. Highway US 9Q East ;

Mr. Smith, Starke Lionel Is the :,..." 1''T ""rnnviliiri. (1teiI .
Edwards a
hereby announce my candidacy | halts engine wear. I son Ji ] one I love so dearly I_ -- ----- -- --- ,

for County Commissioner said. "This detergent leaves]i Tommy March 4. Ii | A In precious the dark one and from silent us grave.has I J ... ... .., .. ._,_ ..'- .. ', -,. -)
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District 2 (North no ash deposits: keeps com-i J|i Mr. and Mrs. T, H. Bement,j gone, ... ." .- : :; "'- : : 't.I" : Look to Standard Oil for new' .__:i

bustlon chambers clean, and]! Starke, 'a daughter, Ten Ann A voice I love is ftilled. I4Pys: to take better care ofyour -' .
Btarke] in the May primaries.I I I A place i is vacant in his home," ear. Look to StandardOil _-: '
free of sludge March 5. Which
of Bradford moving never can be filled.
am a native -
and'' so that engines perform ,bet- Mr. and Mrs. Artemis Time cannot heal our numbed for new ways to. take bet _ -
of Lonzo I
the heart '
: County son
ter carp of your car. Look to i ;
last longer and; require Brown Middleburg, a son Nor fill '.): ., r:
Villa Starling of Heilbronni i ter, I We his vacant chair. I, ," '/- Standard Oil for new ways to Dc.rl / : _
less maintenance," he added. March 6. miss his dear'smiling face, I :
Springs. I am a farmer and ( ,We miss him everywhere. J i > take better carp of your car, U' :. '
a cattleman, and am married: ito "With the introduction of j cone can know our sad parting; .:. Look to Standard Oil for new ; j'-- -

the former Naomi Sumrall new RPM oils Standard's retaIl .THE RIGHT POINT for the But Nor Cod what and the His farewell dear Angels cost. I"t..- i.t W )'S to take better care of .- ;_

of Cocoa Beach: have one'. outlets :will offer the only t way yon write. Come in and lost.Have gained what we have I I .. your car. Look to Standard Oil YO' .U'say -' _- _-.

foster son and one grandson.j complete line of depositfreeoils select your favorite ESTERjBKOOK Not now but in the coming lor new ways to take better .
Marklee Starling : in 'the South" Mr, Smith Fountain Pen, TELEGRAPH. year. care of your car. Look to -
I .. It may be in the Better Land Standard Oil for new ways to r 1
Pd. PoL Adv.l said. I'll know TH 0 U. AN OS I
,-- ..." r r 1__ meaning my take better care (of) your car. .
--- --'- fears.
And then, Til Look to Standard Oil for new
derstand. sometime un, ways to take better, care of

81 ARKE BUSINESS! DIRECTORY From All Friends. your ear. Look to Standard 011 _
It ::;;; ; for new ways td take better[take better care of your car.!your car. Look to i Sta ard Qil.
In ; 9
Caanty '' Court, IB Asd I '
For Bradford care of your, c*. Look to Lbok to Standard Oil for JJe'ltfot new 1''to.: talk better*

.. In re: state County of E. F, Florid Mile?. -i Standard Oil for neW way. to ways to take better cUe .of tcare of $your car. I/Jok to<
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I Notice Of Filing Petition For _- .
AUTO BODY SHOP [ AUTO SERVICE AUTO. SERVICE. Find Discharge. Of Admihiatra ,
.JStarke's fix ________ q
I r To AU Whom It lUr Concern I _
Notice i ill hereby given that 4 RPM motor oilsgive
: New deposit-free
'/ Mack's Body Shop I Dodd's Servic & # I .have filed my final returns ? q&-, _
as udmmUtratrix
the estate
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FENDER REPAIRS j j jI Cities Service Station Qr E. F. Miles' deceased, that I !
I Auto Sales t J. C.; Gardener,:Prop. charge have filed,. apd petition that' I for will final apply' div' p 4L s45 thousands of extra miles without Q t
I IRambler Every Mechanical Service tt the. Honorable Therort A. ;
I Sales '& &TVICCGENEItALREFA1BDO t Yawn Conr.tr JUdge of Brad. $ I y; 4 *
Painting Matching I II General Repair* Automatic ford County. F'Qrtdaon March -
'2H! It'S! Monday at U:66.A.
FREE ESTIMATESPhone I I Transmissions I M. for. approval of the same and overhaul!
Cities rl'1'OOacts j for final discharge! as adimnistratrir engine
I .International Lifetime TIRES _. BATTERIES of the estate of E. F .
4 1 Mite deceased. '
N. ivnple.! Starkt Mufflers f1
705 N. Temple' Starke; February 15, 16.

". -- ----- FIRESTONETim. "- PHONE!: 864-9911 ,Sue B. Mil! .sAdministratrix New' from Standard-RPM ittotor oils _

AUTO PARTS I ] of E. F.. Miles deceased.of the estate. I E\ :with a revolutionary ashless detergent that I1'.1'I' .-
i Batteries! Accessories ,
J. B. 'VrightSUiCL.IR' Thoroa" & Pierce
... i Attorneys at Lair '! tt halts engine wear. It leaves no ash deposits s
528 S., Walnut 961-3861 203-205 North Temple Ave. _
combustion chambers clean
I SERVICE Starke. Florida I keeps so -

Starke Motor 8-18 it J-8 Lr moving free of thick
I STATION parts so sticky sludge _

\ Parts Co., Inc. Bill Edwards. Complete Auto Smke The CALL Hoard FOR bf'County BIDS Com ,' tnat your engine can now outlast the life of .

I,Tire Batteries-Accessories! missioners Florida -Bradford County. $-, _f"-fl your: .car! Result: you can save hundreds of '
Starke1661 receive sealed bidsat ___
\ 'Tour Loral NAPA t J Lubrication Washing 13:00: ( o'clock, en the morning dollars ,in overhaul costs, and get, cleaner, _
of March S. '1S6S:-In the- court
Jobber For i ServiceWheel 1,542 Mdison 959-2891 room.follow1ag.in the courthuoie. for_the I lC\ + ; 31i smoother engine performance. -
', LAt -
Cor. Brownlee' & Clark Balancing & 'AlignmentPhone '. I'alntingnd: Patching- TheFollowing | r Choose from the only c mpleteline ohb osit.free motor oiii:Uliturpas.edRP

Phone 96 964-0811 1. .
-o801. COl'BTROOJl V
-t _" C. 961-SW AUTO TIRES window a. Staining. 'Jnd* Tarnishing all j f.r ( _______- Supreme. an all-season mdtigrade oil that cuts friction' so effectively < -
it can save to 1 gallon of gasoline in B Or new
lIT N: Temple Stifle b. Varnfc-hing-> '*'ooei..ork up every you use.

AUTO REPAIRS ApplriBf 3 coats of SlIper'fKem' : __ RPM 'pecial.he only single<< gracb depoait-fre oH available. ; <
Tune 4
or equal ,on.the eil- 1 _
Starke Recap Co. :

1 Gilbert S. Brown I ng.d.. AppTylft?.*MnYer TUff' :'WfTer -a-.5&. __ __ See your local Standard Oil dealer and get the full story on how RPM
; on Walls. (Color to be decided
; Earl's Garage I Pappy 'n'.uIs14n. Owner MJIV.. Liter) i !STAN.DARDl! motor bUs ran' give you thousands of extra miles without overhaul!'

Standard Oil Service SUtloq, 'Recapping-Can ft TracksONE ? UPSTAIRS HALL .
;.* ,* a. Applying two coa\s Super' \. -
p ATLAS DAY SERVICE Kern Ton*. or equal, on ceiling.


All! Work Guaranteed > .. Budget inkRoad Service d.. One.Varnishing coat stain an and woodwork varnIsh; I '-k' STANDARD COMPANY (KENTUC* )I STARKE,. FLA.

Phone 969-2964 Phone 354-6221: on windo'v. i --
Phone 4-771 a. JURY ROOM

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MARCH 8, 1963 I

Long Defends I I the said county there were were no accurate.collections He I the Beach house.said' he was under the I!.'!Professors Upset! Alley Cats I Mrs. J. E. Griffis j Cub Scout Pack !. completed THE' you; RIGHT write.POINT C.me in for and t.*

i!,I of record for bonds fines or impression that the convicts Take Lead Services Held |! Has Openings ;be I, your favorite ESTER-
costs. wanted to ,surrender and he!:54-53 By LawteyLawtey pation in the
Fountain Ptn. TELE:
Audit t ReportAgainst j did not know they were armed.. : In, Mixed Bowling I, Mrs. Jessie, E. Griffis, 66, !,!!. Dr. T. G. Ritch chairman of "helps the .\ .

As Richarde opened the front,' upset the Professors The .Alley Cats defeated the i, died Saturday .in Kings Memorial the Cub Pack 70 Committee,
I Convicts Back I In door Beach said, one of the last 'i that there .
Monday in the announces
i night City Bottom Scooters 4-0 last week: Hospital in Lake Butler are now \ SERVICE I
GripesContinued I convicts yelled, "Don't come" Basketball League 54-53 'and j I while, the Untouchables upset LIthe j after an extended illness. several openings in the pack I I
any further or I'll kill .you. ,; has the best chance of winning I I! Blunder Busters 4-0. for new Cub Scouts. New applications 600De
Cell After The trio fell back from the the : Mrs. Griffis was born in the: will be and
EscapeContinued 'second halo reviewed j
Harold Davis Funeral
for the Alley'I Home
( from Page 1)) house taking"cover behind surrounding !
community of
I John Bates was high for. Cats had the highest single: Sampson in accepted by Pack 70 Committee!! DeWitt

he knew no reason for theLIe121y trees. Beach watchedthe Lawtey with 22 points, while game for the night. He bowled ii[:1 j Bradford County and had resided next Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. in':' Funeral Director
[ From Page 1] house while Miles radioed Fla.
the Methodist
since the audit was sent for assistance.At Jim Temple had 21 for the a 199 and had' an average of:i|i in the Lake Butler and Church Fellow-::
io the state auditor at the charde's home. Richarde had the time Richarde called losers. 171 for three games. I Raiford area since her mar- ship

'came time as audits from other called the lawmen to the scene 'for assistance Whitehead and The Jaycees made their bid ,i Ginny Rodermond had the riage to Dean H. Griffis of Chairman Ritch further,J Chairs, Crutches

:: county departments. shortly after noon Friday. He his deputy, Albert Sweat, were for a third place finish by highest single game for the I Lake Butler. states that boys between 8 and J!
: I'(: Alley Cats with 182, while 10 years of age are eligible to!
*%"It Is a very uncommon said that as hewas leaving the occupied with the Reddish beating Stricklands 46-34 be- a Surviving are her husband,
:practice. for one audit to be house he saw the three men trial. As soon as Whiteheadwas hind the hot-shotting ofI the Untouchables' June Norman I one daughter. Mrs. W. L. become Cub Scouts. All boys:

.returned from Tallahassee after approaching and knew they notified of the situationat John Pitts who had 18 points.had a three game average of f i Howard, Gainesville and two in this age group, who desireto

the others when.it was sent were convicts. He went back the Richarde home he took Akridge had 15 points for the 155 for the ladies. j I brothers, Tom and John Harris become Cub Scouts, should

to the state auuditor at the&me and one came to the car for over direction of the posse, and losers.In I Standings: W L GB;,i of Starke. attend this meeting. Parents,
help. Richarde said he would Alley Cats 8 00 j j,I Funeral must accompany the boy so
$ time. he declared. he and Sweat hurried to the the third Stallings services were held
'Also for some unknown rea- get help and drove to a truck scene. defeated the game Seniors 70-25 Untouchables 444 I Tuesday afternoon in the 1!that the application can beT'o
Blunder Busters 444
stop and called the sheriifsoffice. The sheriff had returned to Johnstown Baptist Church DOLLAR
-a the audit on former con- with Malloy scoring 27 points Bottom Scooters 088 j
stable Felix M. Sullivan his office to arrange for the with the Rev. Angus B. Lawson I'I. ''
was The
Three Men Bowlers I I.
'returned late. In his report Carl Miles, radio dispatcher,' bulldozer when the c4nvipts Standings: W L GB Top officiating. Burial followed !

;Willis said that Sullivan did took the call He and Lt. El- called. After Whitehead returned Lawtey 7 1- Harold Bill Nelson Davis Bottom, Alley Cats Scooters, 166;,; in the Brown Cemetery Of Bradford County'

not keep a record of income. 'drige Beach of the Florida to the scene, County JudgeS. Professors 532 160 with Wilson & Brannon, Funeral ,

;and expenses as required by Highway Patrol went out to B. Brooks continued talking Jaycees 443 ; Elliott Directors, of Lake City Way!
law. The auditor noted that the scene. They were met by to the convicts by phone and L Stallings 4 4 33 143.Buddy ,' in charge. I I,

the constable's cost bills to Richarde, who led them up toMAR. to officers on the scene by ra Stricklands 443 II SOON
., dio. As soon as Brooks was i Seniors 087 Top Couples Average Homecoming At I --

T[told by radio that a convict; Top Scorers: Neoma.and Bill Nelson, 151;;: !
'.1.4'" had been' taken into custody, June Norman. and Harry Lov Johnstown Baptists I
John Bates, Lawtey, 257; t ell, 144;' '
-1JAt he would tell the next one who
COLISEUM"'JiiddI Doug Lowrimore Professors Mary and Frank Jarvis, 125; Homecoming will be observed Farmers
had picked up the phone to
239 Franklin Tomlinson, Sunday March 11, at ,
M &fe lit Cobeuo ; Marty Rozier and 'Harold
1145 E Adams proceed out to a waiting patrol ,
? Or at Door Below Each Petiomance Stallings, 234; Malloy, Stall Davis, 125. Johnstown Baptist Church, I
car.Whitehead ings, 223; Dewayne Elder, Top Three Lady Bowlers located between Lake Butler II I
told the convicts
he was glad they surrendered Stricklands, 222; Bob Reagen, June Norman, Untouchables, and Raiford, with a former I appreciate your returning '

because someone would surely Professors, 218; Jim Temple, ,148; pastor Rev. D .A. Greek of ; i : me to the Florida
S Professors, 196 Elliott Neoma Jacksonville, delivering the Produce
have gotten hurt before the. ; Buddy Nelson Bottom Scooters House of Representatives Market
Jaycees, 193. ; 141; morning messtge.
day was over. without opposition.I Fla.
Ginny Rodermond Alley Cats, Dinner will be served after .
1 The sheriff also talked
: Bowlers '127. the morning service and special shall try to justify
sternly as he laid down the Lady March 16
Ii1t. terms of surrender, telling I I singing and preaching is your trust. ,

I Lovell, the convict who made Open ScheduleThe Services Held planned for the afternoon. I 1\1.
I Speakers will include Rev. A. J. Thomas Jr.
I the call, "We're not going to I
Starke Ladies SALE
Bowling For Mrs. Birt 81 II AND
Lonnie Dobbs of LaCross, I I BONDED
walk into
a trap. League its schedule last (Pd. Pol. Adv.
{ opened )
Rev. George [Slick Robinson!
"Let's be sure! we under. Of j
Williams Hampton
L2JCEocI9iF Friday night with ]
I of Fernandina Beach, Rev.
stand each other, the sheriff
Jewelry defeating Dreamers; Ed Bellew Rev. Amil Brown, I j -
I continued, "Let's don't get slot L 3-1 and the Rebels defeating;i: Mrs. Eveline'Birt, 81, widow, '
fl I I' of good men hurt." Noegels Auto Sales 4-0. ;i of the late William P. Birt 'i and Rev. Alton Dobbs all of'

TET! I Whitehead later: said that Majorie Wade had the high died in a Starke hospital last : Jacksonville, and Rev. Bobby

$3.50 row* 1.17 Mar. 1346, 8:00 P. M. ,Lovell had begun by telling est game with a 145, while, Monday morning February Crews of St. Petersburg. I \

2JO tow 18-29 Mar. 17, 8:45; Matinees: him, "I want you to know we 'Elaine Griffis tied Wade for', 26, following an extended ill- The public is invited to attend '

J2.00 rows 30-33 Mar. 17-18, 1 P.ML, 5 lw have plenty of guns and am-!the highest average in three I i the homecoming services. 20
Children under 12, half at 5 P. M. "" ness.Born or less one time ____ .93
Shows, Mar. 17-18 munition. with 120 I ----- _______
games a average. Anna, Illinois July If not 5c per word
Juvenile paid in advance ________
Ticket Reservaboas May Be Made k ; After two weeks Elaine Grif- 28, 1880, she was the daughter!I Judge ------ 1.00 up to 30 words ______ .
Keyed % .50
or Blind Ads ____
J TilE RIGHT POINT for the ____
-At- '" .... 1 I way you write.Conie in and, L fis has the highest overall 11; of the late John Wesley and j I To Address Each additional word over 20 '----- 1.00 -___. '''on.__.. ,__ 5c per word
with 124, while La- Matilda Herson Nimmon. 05;
average a Mrs. -----
'TO ORDER BY MAIL\ :'Send remittance to Jax Coli- select your favorite ESTER- vonne Jackson has the high I Birt was a member of the Children's Group FOR SALE ____ L5o ne.- InchWE

,seum. Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope. BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE game for the league with a L' First Baptist Church of :, I Black Angus-Bulls.4 pure See bred Lucian SALE-Registered I

jr-' -- I GRAPH. 153. i Hampton, and had been a''I II j Judge Walter S. Criswell of I Coiner} at farm on- Sell you we ,, Also some baled Angus hay. '

it... ,III At ,the end of the season r I resident there for 25 years. I I Jacksonville_ secretary of the I Bayless Hiwav or write P. O. Good I B.: White phone 964-1651.
Florida Juvenile court rt>un- Box 703. Starke. 4tchg 35 used 8' and
trophies will be given to individuals -| Surviving is --- Itchs
one son. -
with the higest single -' dation, will be guest speakerat FOR RENT .2 bile Homes. TYPE
: Birt of Starke; one daughter Bedroom house LAWN MOWERS
.a. game plus a team trophyto Mrs: Florrie Belle Brown,\ the regular meeting of the an Kingsley Lake Joe Sistrunk LAKE -D. FACTORY
O the winners. Bradford County Children's P. O. Box 569, Starke, Fla. CALVIN JOHNS.
of Hampton, and step-!
WHY Standings: W L, GBj I a Committee here Monday. The I'' Itp 1 mi. SE of #" 964-1441. tfchg
daughter, Mrs. Elsie Haws of
,Rebels meeting will be held in the on
J Desmoines v room oil COUR
; Iowa. She also had space
' !, Southside Elementary School !i heater. EVENINGS
Williams Jewelry 3 1 1 grandchildren I Very good condition. MONDAY
Dreamers 133 I and a number cafetorium at 12 noon. i i Terms If desired. Phone 964- Thompson'O'C' THURSDAY. All
Noegels Auto 044 of stepgrandchildren.Funeral j L JJ88JL 1 ltp ROUTE h School subjects. Busi-

..... ,t .'h.' services were held CARD OF THANKS [35 to 651. Courses. Conversational
; I j I OCALA ,NATIONAL week. or Mechanical Drtwinff.
Top Four Bowlers: I j the First Baptist Church
To those who FOREST I We train. services. White stud
expressed ,
Elaine Griffis, Williams Jew-i, at Hampton last Friday withthe CAMPSITES West : contact L. H. Gibson.
elry, 124; Rev. W. P. McElroy, pastor -, their sympathy in so many *' i Janla8. Bid!?. Office. Negro stud-
x 100 I
Lavonne Jackson, Dreamers, officiating. Burial followed beautiful and practical ways !! I[ : contact Prof. Eddie
during our bereavement, wej I $198 Cash or LOST in I RJE High School
.121; in the family plot in SantaFe I $20 Down $9 I
: mo. Road: Male
,Harriette Holtzendorf, Noe-I Cemetery near Hampton, extend our heartfelt thanks. I!i Access to Launching mon. old. : I tfchf
gels, 117; j under direction of DeWitt C. We especially wish to thankDr. Ramp on'Oklawaha River. Brown. 607

Marjorie Wade, RebeLs 112. Jones Funeral' Home of''' A. J. Barry for his ser ANGUS HASTINGS phone I TRAILER for rent.
Starke. I' vices. Mr. and Mrs. Leon- _Box 140, Fort McCoy, Fla. I be moved on your lot.
FOR SALE- I 964-1651. J. B. White.
Amateurs Issue II ard Noegel. FOR RENT 3 bedroom 200 X 300 I Itchgi
AUTO SALES '; _:I t furnished house. Walk Il2'' dis- tricity. I -
t. Statement ToProfessional I i tance from business district. Take 100. ,II i SALE 2 nice Jersey
I r----- I Call 964-2521. Bradford Eng- Mail box I j with young calves. Both
'i i ineering. complete vaccination.
JonesW. tfchg Park. I
I Teems.
964-2252. Itchg
k' 1 I, SEPTIC TANK''cleaning and
H. Bill
( ) Graham chairman
i feed line service. Joe Forsythe, I
of the North Florida Fishing IMMEDIATE $100.00 REWARD
P. O. Box
Less Lake
Sells ij Butler,
FOR Contest statement, has issued the following 4 G j Fla. Phone HY 6-4163. man graduate over 21 I -female East of Pointers.Hawthorne One
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: 4tp 3-29
I and white the
; other
; ;; necessary. %;)
"It is !with much regret that T S A Wi I nancial field and white. Call Bill

we note that self-styled Professional I SINCE Chiropractic methods vancement for Hawthorne, Fla.
Jones has withdrawn restore health after other to apolv .
his fish from the contest because I I I methods fail you need to cheek Mr. C. E. 2tp 3-15

NO FLOOR PLAN TO PAY he does not wish to ; sure your insurance you are not policies limited to be to Call 9091. St. PAYLVG RENT

II compete with amateurs. I I hospital care but provide for paying rent for five
"After much research, !We'' !: care in your home or the FOR SALE they said. "we have
NO HIGH RENT TO PAY I found in Webster's dictionary'' i I Ii Chiropractors office. We will room house, to show for !it." So
that the definition of a professional I I 1 II'I Ii I 'gladly check your policies for Reasonable not pay the rent and at
you. The ]
i Bojlinger Chiropratic Financing : same time be buying the
is (and we quote):!, I Clinic is open evenings till 9 Community I Just S287.50 down VA
NO HIGH INTEREST TO PAY One who makes his living by! I I pjn. 426 N. Walnut. Phone 1 $425.00 FHA.
his art. Now, we were under I] i 964-2881. 2tp 3-8 A. J. Thomas Realtor
the tta.. ..
impression that Professional
!; ; I twin bedroom --"
Jones makes his living working ..U, I I WANTED TO BUY Large only no pets. IE TAX SERVICE
i for Bradford County. Or trunk and: antique jewelry, ed. Pool C. E. HUTCHESON

NO FINANCE CHARGE ON MODELS does he? ;: ..' ,. 'j':' watches 2671. or rings. Call 964-Itp Hollow 9571. Motel. SATURDAYSAND

"This large bass that Professional ci' I II .
I, FrI.; after 5 p. m.
Jones has withdrawn, FOR SALE Nice home 3 WANTED:
THROUGH 1957 I Can 964.1195
I ::
from the contest wouldn't have; : 1V2 bath. Hdw. floors. I OPEN 521 Pratt St.
Large LR and DR combinedeat NO PAY. -
fifth place last year in| in kit. Double sink GE re- J. Hansen. lOcht 4-12
LOW' BANK RATES ON ALL LATE MODELS competition. with our so-called'I' frig and stove. Call 964-2194. Starke on U.

,.. ,., . amateurs."It I tfchg 463-1768. SALE Rutgers Toma-
'. .', ,.. '. '." -., -- ,' has been known for many $5 per 1,000 or 606
years that a Florida Fishing I II i LARGE HOUSE FOR SALE. COLONIAL 100. Ready now. F. F.
College was proposed to be I iP-s ? : Comoletely famished [S Only P. T. D. 2tp 3-8
established here in Starke and t iz k.z a I apartments double carafe. 'Flowers wired

62 Ford Fairlane $$1995 three of its leading Professors,! ; 4tI :: 210 Enjoy N. a Cherry home St.plus income. Phone ers for all- Small contracts.
repair or mechani
have caught many fish exceed-! : See J. R Bullinston, Owner. Nona St. Phone J. F. Thompson,

ing the measley one caught by! i tfchr i LADY Keystone Heights.3tp .
Professional Jones. j .
: WILL WORK after schooL I work. 5V 3-23
any further information, ,' .
Two high school seniors [RJE] I Central Florida
please contact Professor Bill', need work. Will do house j i pliance Co.. 119 FARM
Graham, Professor Buddy work. ironing or baby sitting I i I I$i Equipment FotFlowing

$$17951 .1 Bishop, or Professor Red Alvarez Sure, you can buy a transistor for dollars less. But, you'll put ,; jobs.964-1532 Well or experienced.964-9924. Call ,'FOR RENT .

62 Chevy 11. of the Florida Fishing;! twice the initial cost back into the set in buying batteries. 2tchg 3-8 I house trailer. PlantingINDUSTRIAL
College, Starke, Fla." ii i And,how can you compare the instant SONY tune-in power the I I Trailer Park.

I rugged good'looks, the remarkable reception indoors and out- FOB SALE I For Every Job
Funds Asked To doors, the light-weight, but compact size .. the continuous Ready mix concrete. concrete :
performance. Ounce-for-ounce and dollar-for-dollar there are block Diers. fence posts sand FOR RENT Tractor Co.

Send Pupils To no better components no finer engineering, no fuller circuitsin cement mortar mix. rock. steel ments. !I PHONE EV '-817%

62 HO"D: $$1695 Science Institute any other transistor. and there are more refinementsand oyster gravel.shell Phone nmerock.964-2521.and tfchg roof shopping 2011 or call center.at ;; W.. Beaver Jacksonville

Pick-Up ', better tonal quality in SONY. Don't take our word for it Bradford Engineering Co. St. [Shell Oil
...listen to the difference SONY makes in power and pleasure : rt
Any person interested in donating -I ...At our radio counter..today! GOOD USED Ranges and re- FURNISHED t I MATTRESS
money to assist four rnserators at prices you can lights and
'af2rd. WORKS
I BHS students to attend a' SONY nW-621 SEKSAT1CKAI WATCH RADIO (shown above) I North Florida Supply. Inauire

Summer Science Training Tiny, New pocketable radio with 7-jewel precision watch that can 412. E. Call St. tfchg! 321 West Lemon St. Palatk

62 Bel-Air $$2095 i Program for high-ability high- wake you to music. turn the radio on and of automatically! LADIES -Are'you in need of I Repaired Up
Chevy school pupils at the University Operates on one 9-volt battery.in coral-aid grey,two-tone grey or more moneyServe JOur I> PEYTON & Refinished
I II of Florida Is asked to contact ;, black-andiold. About the size of a pack of cigarettes. Complete neighbors during convenient! 119 8. REBUILT
I with batteries, earphone, and leather carrying case; $49.35 hours as an Avon Representative. I PHONE '
Dean of Students Ray Reddish. : ..... NIGHT New Innerspringsand
------a- ------- Write or call Mrs. Donna
I 'Total cost of the eight week Burns. Box 448. Gainesville I, Box Springs
course is $272 of which the Fla. Give directions to your: We Wire' U* A.Card
See It Now At I or Call
FACTORY[ SERVICE POLICY Naftke* l cine Foundation: .' home and phone number.2tchg3-9 I II PALATKA EA 5-5166

will pay $176 leaving$96 which STARKE: l-593i

the student himself must pay.; : FOR RENT2 PEGGY ,.
bedroom un SRu ".

WITH ALL 62 MODELS Four BHS in attending'such students are, interested a', -..BULLINGTONAPPLIANCES 1\1turnished 964-4921. apartment. Phone tfchg. StaRe,-Agent

: I course, according to Guidance 964.3031 i SURE to ; WORLD

Counselor Della Rosent>ergr but FURNISHED one bedroom Mrs. C. I before buying any eni -
aoartments for rent. W. H. i M A. PayneTyour
do not have sufficient funds. ,:
Nollman. 510 N. Cherry 1126 N. I i representative since 195f.
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-- filAEKE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. MARCH 8. 1962 ." h. .'h', .. "
... -, ; ',!" J 'fWilliston

Welcome 9th Distr aict Bands !

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High School Band I
I Branford High School Band

-- .-, WELCOMEFrom WELCOMEFrom M5 '

Mayor PrincipalH.

Randal F. ChittyIt B. IngramWe 1 ,,5

i is a distinct pleasure for of Bradford County
the City of Starke to welcomethe
High School extend most
t members of the Ninth
cordial greeting to
all direc-
District and their: instructors, >
parents, and friends to your tors, members of bands and >1 '

annual Band Festival. May friends attending the Ninth

this visit be a pleasant one for District Band Meet on our 1 'M. gv

you an experience you will campus this Saturday. We believe -
fondly recall in the months to
you will find the facili-
3 9 come.
ties offered by our school sec-
Starke is honored to have

been chosen,host city for this to none, and it is a pleasureto ..."- --- _......," r"i'"W'" IIJI": "" .. --...- .. ........
festival. We believe total extend to you their use
your Trenton High i School Band I
school program is enhanced during the 1962 Meet.

"by your music program and We appreciate the fine con- ._ _-___.- i
that it provides a majority of tribution that members of : 'V

P. K. Yonge Blue Wave Band the student bodies with an each band in the district are
opportunity for learning to
making to the appreciation of
appreciate the pleasing qual-
:u ities of music. good music, the stimulation of
: In selecting Starke as the school spirit, and the cultural
iJ : :.::,;! site of your Band Festival, life of their home communities. .

yqu have paid our city a high You may be assured that,

Marching Event & Massed compliment. I believe you will in addition to the pleasureyou

.. find your faith in our com- obtain for yourself from
J munity justified.It your music, you are, at the
is certainly with great same time, bringing a great t-
: Band Performance
,\ '.. pleasure that we offer the deal of enjoyment to others.
hospitality of our citizens and We hope that you enjoy

the facilities of our city to your stay while on our campus -

I :: Sat., March 10, 7:30: 9:30: ., :" '5AfKIf : you during your visit with us. and that you will be back
We hope you will return soon with us for other District

; and often. Meets in the future. -- '& ""," GW' % 1I>* ., ....

AlIEventsAtBlS. Smcereiy RANDAL', F.,CHITTY HUGH Sincerely B.yours INGRAM, Host Band Bradford High Schoolw I

MAYORat Principal BUSting

... Church dinner at the Com-
yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy the Clay Hill Church Saturday his legs once, but was so
munity Center Sunday had a i
night. scared it hit him two or three
BRO.OKER very enjoyable time. 1 We are glad to announce times! Seems it was wantingto .

that Mrs. Georgie Grlffls is knock him down but it : '
By Shirley Green VYYYYYYVVyyyyyyyyyyyyBayless much improved in health and finally got untangled from his .. ., .
BALI is able to be up again. legs and went on toward Rich-
JAAAAAAAA AA.AAA.AAAAAA.AA HiwayBy Saw Mrs. Lela'Lang a few ard's Lang'p place. We didn't'

Mrs. Edd Polk and Mrs. C. days ago and she,'Is improving know that we have rabbits in
J. Tetstone and daughter, Mrs. A. C. EllisAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA from the ordeal of havingthe this neck of the woods large

Patty, visited Mrs. Faye John- cancers removed .from her enough to knock a man down
son and Iris Lee in Gaines- .I face, and having the skin- so we are learning things
ville Saturday. The Training Union socialat grafting performed. every day! We though all of
John Green of the Uni- the home of Mr. and Mrs.T. Well our attendance at these big rabbits were in tieI BIG REASONS
versity of Florida visited his N. Norman last Friday Sunday School was "way Texas, but guess we were mis-

parents Mr. and Mrs. A. L.,,, night was well attended and down" Sunday. We had just taken.
Green Sunday. enjoyed by all who came. 47 present, all told; but 41 of
Mrs: Green fend Mrs. Arne Hauger Jr. has started these were .100 per cent mem- -- '
H. O. Brown visited Mr. and work as an apprentice printerat bers. The Beginners won the TO TRADE FOR A 62 FORD NOW !
banner with of 100.
Mrs. C. C. Strandberg at the Bradford County Tele- a grade WILLIAMS II 1
Santa Fe Lake last Sunday. graph. We have something differ-
Mrs. Ophelia Moore and Mrs. Wm. E. Finucan plans ent in the way of a rabbit
sons, and Mr. and Mrs. N. C. to leave Friday by plane for a tale, as told by Rev. JL.. JEWELRYREPAIRS LOOK! Booming used car sales have emptied our 'fl" LOOK! New Fords by the trainload fr.m the
Mott were the Saturday night week's visit with her motherin Strickland a few days ago. lots. Most of them are as bare as the one you seeI enowed-under North are coining South. Cold
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. Los Angeles.Calif. Jim says that while Edwin TI here. We need used cars, so we'll trade higher for weather up North means hot buys for you on
R. Mott and family. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Padgett was plowing our fire WATCHES-DIAMONDS your car now while we're rebuilding stocks! WE Galaxies. Fairlaaes, -Falcons...Ford Truck!

Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr., Jones and family of Lady breaks, a big rabbit jumpedout All Work GuaranteedA. HAVE BUYERS WAITING! They're. all priced to move fast!

Mary Jane, Pat, and Billy attended Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert:. of somewhere, ran at him, ,
of Okla- C. Williams "1?? (n' 'r' ">: "' wzo:,:'2' 'J,1!!, ,41,
Norman and family .
the Woman's Club darted around, and ran between .. ': :
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142 W. Call St. : ::-:::':-::< .>' '. : :::: .
waha, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed- :
Festival Show and dinner in his legs and hit him so I, -, -- ... .< ..d" ,. "d, ,..:.fA .h .
@ @ Starke Thuursday night. Mary ward Norman were Sunday hard it almost knocked him Starke, Fla. ; '" "5:1III I ; .... .. ..
YS Jane served at the dinner. dinner guests of the Gordon down! Didn't stop with hit-11 11 III '"< ::; !' : '< ,;"+/l.,..., ,,,.!-.".../o ,.,
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Terrel Green of the University Jones family of Starke. .
of Florida was the :The J. P. Casey family visited I

weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. relatives in Panama City BUILDING [ ti
Washington Roy Green and family. last weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sim- Attending the W. C. ,Ward
mons and son of Gainesville birthday celebration last SUn- ADDITIONS
I visited Mr. and Mrs. J. R. day were Mrs. George Hill and

(i) -PLUS- 0 Mott and,, Mrs. Opelia Moore children, Mr. and Mrs. Jack REPAIRS ; 3ICOME
An OfficialA. Saturday night. Ward and family of Crescent

.R L. Game Bi.'iP 9"A Mr. and Mrs. Edd Polk and Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Lewis I,
\ BetweenChicago sons visited Mr. and Mrs. .. and son of Ft. Myers.Mrs.: DOCKS AND BOAT HOUSES : .. ., AND GET 'EM! CHANCE OF A LIFETIME! FORD DEALER

\ .., Frank Polk and family Mr. Alma Rigdon and daughter I,
'QI arid Mrs.Leander Parrish, and Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Lovell and I
\ Estimates
@ MajorsAnd Mr. and Mrs. Tom Parrish .in I family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert i
Trenton Sunday. They also Ward and family Pete Barton

visited Mr. and Mrs. Perry and son, Joyce Wasd, and"Mr- 1 fl'Ei pLJWe
Hawaii Chiefs O'Steen in Newberry Sunday and Mrs. Freddie Watterson.Regular : Jiiuiny.Ricks

-ALSO- night. Church Services;

Cab Calloway Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards Wednesday, 7:30 pjn.-Prayer PHONE 533-2072 0

And 3 Other Entertainmeni t t 'and Mr. and Mrs. Hartman of Service, Study Course, and P. O. Box'709 Starke. Fla.
Jacksonville, and Mr. and Choir Practice. Sunday -
Attractions Mrs. Ernest Edwards and fam- Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning can give you on-the-spot delivery out of stock-any Ford, you. select, equipped the way YJW! want Itl!
2 BIG NIGHTS 2 ily were the Sunday dinner Worship, 11 ajn. Training i .. '\
JACKSONVILLECOLISEUM guests of Mrs. Lottie Edwards. Union, 6:30: p.m. Evening Service 1! -

Mr. and Mrs; Alan Mess- 7:30: p.m. with Rev. LEADING AGENT i eaaret
more of Ocala were weekend Clarence Tyler in the pulpit.A Mr.Y .
Sun. Mar. 11 5 IV M.
? guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. cordial invitation is ex- !
Mon. Mar..12 8 P. M e.1
Green. tended to all who might be -
Prices (Taxes !)te.) W. E. Bigham Jr., Stanley interested in any of these Life And Casualty r. i iI ' Green and Loyd Wood returned services. I '
Insurance Co. .n __Itl 1_
All Tickets Now oa I Sunday from a buss I
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Sale Coliseum S 410al "
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Coliseum DowntowjTicket Bryant Moore returned to GAINESVILLE DISTRICT : I ,a toOl IRU-AIUIkI"I...., ... .. FORD PICKUPS! ...b....-
] FALCONS aaoN'.of.1 J y. CIL ,., & -
Cape Yakataga, Alaska Mon- CLAY HILL --..-.-..--.... -- -JIIII-. -- .
Office in Hem -- .
day after a visit with his mother r .. "- ,..,t r '11\ I i_ e I 1
ming Park.
RESERVATIONS Buford.T., Mrs.. Ophelia Moore and By Mrs J. 1... Strickland1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA For the past 21 years, Mr. George : ,. &lIE l BOSr" ..toR : rm D 10 SIll! .. '

ACCEPTED Donaldson has made a leading record :' I -, t..7 I i
W. Markey is a patientin 1bE .JICI't"AIM.b t 3 -:
Phone Coliseum at King's Memorial Hospital, The working at Highland with our company here in the Starke ; _- ---

EL 6.1351 Lake Butler. Church was a success, even if and Waldo area. We are happy to announce --' Eater+ fe*)Bbgie 12fe Pita Contest wire yea coot fe w(*& Mljmr ,
Mail Orders also accept< that
and folks had to work in a he continues this fine W ID rnill[) _
I 0 13 cat -Send J.
Check in Alachua General Hospital
or Monej 7 -
Order to in Gainesville.Mrs. drizzle of rain. I record,by being the leading agent in the ->CTI cu WJB CM rf then TakvUt pm.- ,
Coliseum, 114J i Miss Debbie Phillips was I State US 1050 FiSLLKES H 9-INCB PSLCO: C0L( Tf 819M
E. Adams Loyd Wood Mrs. of Florida so far fir 1962. '
St., Jacksonville with us in both services last r&ILOO S-TT1ASISTOS. lei

FJa. Be sure am f Ernest Edwards and daughters Sunday. We are always gladto VOW PBE5EIIT CA* DO S NOT JtA 2 TO IS PAS) fOIl 70 7AACZ HOSf JkMOTORS,.','-;.-- :.. '..0.4.1.::'.--:
advise which date 'yow r' Patsy and Peggy, and have her back with us. FOR YOUR LIFE INSURANCE NEEDS ....... _ __ .. _ .A... ....
Bill,* Bigham were the guests
Aunt Babe Padgett moved
ticket order: is for. See'' of CALL MR. DONALDSONAT
Mrs. Jimmy Whittle and last Saturday to the home of TERWILLEGAR
gest buy 'ticket eons Saturday in Jackson-
your *I her son. Lonnie.A .
ville. 468-1015, WALDO, FLA.
now and get best seats, miscellaneous shower was
: Those attending the Baptist given for Jo Nell Strickland' I.206 WEST :MADISON ST. STARKE PHONE 964-3381

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I We:i4re Proud_Thai_Starke Was Selected For The Honor.Of Playing Host To The 1962Mnth district:Band Contest. Vfe are sure you.will find the. facilities ',

hereegual.. : ,. to.any,in Florida and we are happy extend the,wseio/Cffcghtftoih' : NlIJth.D'sftlct.Band.Members.and.thelt.ltlends.ond.lames.. 'I'

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Bradford County Welcomes You Superintendent 'Of Public Instruction A .Very' .. Cordial' Welcome
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i Extends' A Cordial l. WelcomeTo (PROGRAM. OF ;EVENTS :. ) .} .f And Visitors
ADd..r ourFriendsWS0N' }
Concerts' t. Marching ,Event '. .i j ., *
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LA JMMiK : .. Sams Fe drf ,AtiOO' ,. f .... t'It..t. ', ., ',- General Insurance
ETt armon Morgant : '."estwood Jr. :: : 7:30 Crescent City 7SO MV "' .
CftI'JU'P Trenton .. 7"38: Big Enough To Serve You J,I 131 SO../SYalnut"St.Phone .: .
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r. I .. WillUl. .tei1 .10:30 Dixie Co.. ..- '. 8:10 !
5Baker Co. -8:18
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... Baker Co.Co. 11:30 11:00: Santa Fe Sr. ...__ 8:26: ; ,
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fYYTYYTY' errrnl.mtKEYSTONE 'TTTTYTTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTlIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ. .Dr.. Nicholas cluiUs Alexiou sponsoring the'- '': "- '" -': Beasley ElectedHo .w-r"1'T": 'm1 '1PRI j Quincy visiting her brother-,Rutherford; and Fourth meat.... Melrgss,,-parents, were
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Pediatric Consultant the ;KEYSTONE} : Unexpired i!1 ni- 'and sister 'Mr. and place, Mrs. Marie .Dent and invited to attend./'A panel of
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Mrs. W. H.
. I]alGUL1GH ISti I I Maternal and Child Health KALENDARThursday : Term On Council J_ 1 Mrs. Margaret'Huffman has i School News Davie. experts-- .,.- discussed- the advant-
Bureau with the Florida
I j returned andV problems of' school
I Board of Health in Jackson- I By Mrs. Alice HothhaKmer ': home after a visit The Melrose chapter of1: ages .' *
I ; By $1rr'&LWA.LUuu ..,rScha ffer: I' : M. L. Beasley former, Keystone with friends aadtrelatives.. ''Future] lunch.r.
ville. ....., of America i .
Dr. Alexiou will speak Much--t i Heights mayor, was (('u. ..:a."i.. ,..&. JaeksonV lle. > '
attended "Career
!, fi:30 on Thursday. March 8, at Den 2, Cub Scouts, 3:45: elected:ruesi:1aY: .to.f 1..t1e.un- .Mrs. .Helen .Brown j,>f Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Morris i University of Florida Sat-! METHODIST,CHUBCH
: St.
t Branch Library To Have New I'Abe a step in the right'direction, j! House.p.m.His subject will Parish be ,;, ]pjtn., St. Anne's parish house. expired one-year term of J. i Georgetown, Ky-, who has and sons of Santa ;Fe enjoy-i: urday. The chapter sponsor, I MELEOSEKBanettUrW. '
HomeAs* 'I 1: Until new"permanent quarters 1 "The .DeMolays, 730; ,p.mMa L. Hetherington ,on the Town been visiting her brother-in- 'ed a cookout, skiing, and motoring
' everyone knows the Key rean be found, Mrs. Helen parents Exceptional invited.Child. 'All sonic Hall.Community. Council. 'i.Betsley *i..law and sister,'Oen. and 'Mrs. at 'the home of ,Air. j hostess for the.occasion. j'Rev.- ,' Griffith,

stone Heights Branch Library Lawrence, the. librarian, 'will : be no admissioncharge.are There will ;Church Choir ,.,:whose name ,was' R. !P. Hollis, left to visit an- J and Mrs. 'Jack Miller last : A meeting of the Putnam:'i paStor.. '
of the Clay County Library8 ;practice, 7:30: p.m. the '' Sunday 'Sondar School ,':'5) ft. m.
{ be only one appearing on the other sister !
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1 ,collecting> books atheri:Heart \Fund Drive .: Mrs. William-i T. (County School Food Service
stem was destroyed by tUe'f j,home books.you would'like,| Exceptional Child program, ballot received.1101.; -, votes.| Evans, in Canal Point. I Mr.and Mrs.tc/A., / Ford Worship 11 a. m.
In I Association was held Monday
flte that burned the Keystone',to donate, and books that behalf of the Keystone X3:30: pjn., St. ;Anne's parish There were"U78writein votes; : -1Ir. and Mrs. Btnidy'Kelley'.and daughters spent Sunday ;, jf P.and'MCF 7 p.. m.
night the
Heights at' John W.
Woman's Campbell

' I Heights Woman's Club build- ; ,fine\ checked out at the time : Club, Mrs. ]house. 'v<_. for p. J., Pete O'Connor;.' and children of Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. John Sim- Evening Worship I'p. m.
J.O. Lunch Depart-
irtg] the Hansen President and .Friday,.,March 9, '
morning of February three write-ins for former mons and family in Orlando.
of the fire. Mrs. Lawrence .Heart I : recently; '-.pent'l& :few days I.
24.: t ; Fund ;Drive ',Chairman, Rotary Club 12:15: noon, The Women of the ,
estimated that about 76 books councilman Bill Beam, ,and: with her 'brother-in-law, and Episco-
wishes 'to
This was a hard blow to -thank all workers; Masonic,Hall.women's one write-in for George pal Church met in regular i
were checked out at that time. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mil- ;f
who took
in I
part the '
the newly-established Clay\ t She will ..receive these books Heart Fund Drive.'She annual Golfers Assn., Massa. Threeballots were rejected ler j i ;session ,at the Parish House SMART MM VICTOR

County Library, as it (could ((4a1j 'her home which is on thanks especially Country Club 10 am. 1! as"being t.:. improperly ),{r. and Mrs. John, Sim- i Thursday.
f : youngsters Duplicate Bridge 8 p.m., marked. Beginning March 14 Lenten .
service I Academy Way at the corner who collected on'' mons of Orlando are the .sportabo
on Saturday St. 'William's recreation hall. ... 1 covered dish will be t Porlebia with
,|' i suppers .
of of
Peach Street the house the streets, for 'they .came ,DuPont ------j i parents baby girl, Jerry ; z' the amazing! "New Ybta" (
cept by Bookmobile, until anew I 1 I closest to the football field.' Men's (Bowling t I Lynn, born Feb. 26. Maternal. i; served each Wednesday-at the Tuner.'Englneeredorl
home through with the largest col-1 league. 7 pan-, Bowlero. 1 l .
for, the library! a.m.p grandparents Parish House.
; are Mr. and \ #cJureaUKctaruVlrJ#
Thanks ,
found and restocked. I! to the generosity 'of { lection. Mrs. Everett': x, was. World Day of Prayer, 7:3: Cub Scouts Den 1, 3:45: Mrs. Carl Winners of the Duplicate ;
I Ford of Melrose.
| Leamon Ward the library will in charge tof the 1 : (
'Over $5.000 worth of books'i i p.m., 1st Baptist Church. p.m:, St. Anne's parish house l
I : Mrs C.H.Hook; visited hem Bridge Club include the following -
plus ; ,be, oused in the empty store- J Saturday collection.youngsters'I|I Sunday : r i, $17995; s rI1'
other March 11 UbrarYlopen'31w'7
library i
equipment pjn. ,
irojom-'on' Lawrence i son in-law!Jand daughter, Mr. > : First place, Mrs. Alice ;
L'I Blvd. The
; ( next i total collection for the I
were a total loss to say noth-*I to'the Barber'Shop temporarj II j Keystone [Heights vicinity was i i Altar Society Sunday St. store room.. next 'to barber-: and Mrs. J. J. Hearne, in Ketchum and Mrs. Helen
ing of the records and all the William's.* Choir !practice at shop. :
i ''
Tampa. Phelps: Second place, Mrs.C.
l1.- that is, "
: # for the month of $236.79. ,
hours of work put in by the II['March Community Church News 1 noon. i ,Bible Class, ,meets after' !fL. W. Neefus -isin Alachua C. Maxson and Mrs. W., J.
various ladies over the : > ,1st BaptistiYoung'People'sChoir ,: i school, ,"Fred Dodd }home, '
years. : '
., i I .Regular 1 General atiospital.Mr Grolick; Third place, Mrs. G.
.Library Hours will[ Let join
Some of the County's beet and- ; us with, Christian ,. ,practice,'6:'30 pjn.",, ,Grades'r" j j I -.and !1-frs. Leon Campbellnmd ,M- Allen,.Jr. and Miss Bessie
resume 13. j
around. the 'World '
most up-to-date books! were : Community Church Pioneers {Woman's Clubtfmeeting, 27f'pjn. [> ...ehildren of .

lost. l ,I The library will the open the World Day of PrayerService I i 6 pjn. ,_.. ''i:; ., Community, Church ed- and Mr., and Mrs. Tampa,1| I.ceIlalr' The WHITB'r'
from 13 till "? j "
p.m.Tuesdays at First Baptist ,
'There is a dire need for y Community ChurchYoung; :.nc&tkmal- building. i iI' f[I Campbell of Columbia + Mark Series 212..7Q.MI. (
I through Fridays, and on Sat- Church Friday, 'II Tenn.'j, .
on March
books 9. People, 7 City Council, 7:30 j
and money to keep the pm.llondayllarch pjn. spent the weekend Mr. 260 sq. In. picture
,.urdayj'from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m. at 7:30 p.m.board. !!I' OFF! i
library open for the people 12 !I I town. hall. |i i'and Mrs. D.,B. Campbell I +Th-TlelMrrm'
Kathy..Lynn CA VICTOR 71pu1ldtJt"
Keystone Heights and the Ofj RefearnMrand The of Stewards willrn ;; Catechism at St. William's, '' Masonic Lodge, 8 p.m., Masonic -'i j jI Mrs. Annie Taylor of 'Au- j 9T man, *>pwjer, tfectrotoyfa+ .Sertea i9.A-06.61, :,

rounding area. Mrs.Mike'Redf i meet on Monday. March 12,, '3:30: pjn., Grades il-6., I I j I Hall. ]]rburndale. has returned -home,| Eledrolys .... i 1T2, :Nr.v COLOR TV

To paraphrase a well-known i I, are happy over the arrival o>f I I at'7:30: pjn.:, in the Education: j Children's (Art Class, Dot I:!'I Boy Sc utTrt>op' 105, 7:30 1 after a visit with her ,son-in- ,the womon rsten ho b \"to HAIR Gfast!

typing exercise, "Now is the their second child a daughter i:al building, .The fOllOWing I!. Newman's.3:30 p.m.- j!i *p.m., Comthunity Church. iaw- and ,daughter, Mr. and i,' 'had.c ri i ,'lEVER ,RADIOSGlareProotSafcty
time! for all generous-hearteci ,'* ,.- born February 27 hi | chairmen of the ,Board of j i Joy Club,.Bible Mission at; Wednesday-March I Mrs.RayBirt. hair ,rerpoved. ''P': J ,
j Biadford County Hospital. The !' Stewards I This woman now .. 3 '\_, 'e'Sujjer.Pow6rful4lewVI lit?
organization is ? ,
an :; ,Hope Baptist after school. J Clay Count Librarian at -
to 'Miss
persons come to the aid Sandra McNeil iofGainesville4 ,.hasamooth I. "'....... ...
girl has, been named Kathy nounced: ChairmanA.. F.. Grades 15. 1 localmbr.ary; ::10 a.m. to 4 ---
trfrir : < pjn. complexion
of library. If interested spent Sunday, her r ::
persons would each donates i j i;L nn. I'I Crosby; Vice.Chairman. James Cub Scouts, Den 3, St- Library 'open, 10 ,am.: to 7 18th birthday, 'with Mr. and I tnwanted entire; Y tree(MH-*f. .N \ .. '

just one good book from.their j jpersonal Russell! Cooper Arrives I I McEachern. Secretary, Mrs. Anne's parish house, 3:45: i p.m. Mrs. Bunyoh Kelley and'Bun- JNQte.A familiar/"1. wish 'fl.; I up to $100.00TRADEIN

collections it {would ;,: 'Pfc.; and 'Mrs. Larry Cooper I: Charles Wallenius; WorshipCommittee p.m.Instructions Beginners Bible Club, Jane yon Kelley. Jr.:; l..twcI com insoorreraft loin 'AtJ-/ I

announce the arrival of ;their Chairman, James for>Teen Agers, ReynoldS'home, 3:30 p.m. Mrs. .Ada Ford is visiting these years rte been I !@

.' ,.first child, ,a .son born Ilthermy I McEachern: Fellowship Chairman St. William's, 7 p.m. Men's, Mght OwMjeague']f ;friends ,in 'Lovett. With these ugly facial torment .
INSUItA; N CjE hospital In Frankfurt, ,;' Mrs. Charles Wallenius: CAP Cadets, 7:30 pan., Sky- Bowlero,J 7 pm. Mr. and"Mrs., Hone ;:Light they could h"*e beeR gone years I For Your Old TV

,Auto-Fire-Casualty, 't L Germany, He has been named j j Educational' Chairman Wil- tel. l Cottage Prayer Meeting,I,foot of Atlanta, Ga. visited AiOo removal..of appreciates.,." the complete: $15.88"up" 'n'Th1s Hew Colors
: l Bonds and Allied llines 1 Russell.: IMrs., -Cooper is the-ham Warren; Communion and Keystone Lions dinnermeeting 1 Mrs. Ughtfo t's brother and woman who anted.t. Widen .*** !* f'!"'
'.daughter ICapt. and airs.1 I Pulpit..supply'Chairman, Mrs. 6:45: pjn.Masonic; 7:30 j>.m., Community, Church, Unless excess hr is removed perCDMUND -, .
: ., Mr and'Mrs. V. manen continuaUv Pfesents ,SALES &
Reynolds Insurance 'Robert Jackson --of"Keyston e I Olive Stevens. Hall. j j! Y. Crawley. ., ,' ; both a C05Ifttic and mental prob- W'h I
| St. Anne's Junior Choir I tent iii rw ___ m affiicted. er.
the former
,AgencyW. Lane i J I Have you made your reservation Community Church Board. ;< -Mrs. .J. V. Ford of Talatka1 SERVICE

L. Reynolds 1 Jackson while Larry is the i' for\the- 8th Annual'Silj f.of Stewards, 7:30: pjn. ]practice! ;; '7:30: p.m:.; Senior 'spent..Saturday with her parents DWYERElectrokfist .

Ph. 2442 2701 'son of Mr: and 'Mrs.. Kenneth I j verTea to be held on'March Adult Instructions.SL Wit- Choir, 8 p. m. Mr. and'-Mrs. 'R.I>M. Ca- i : LTV '

; Keystone Heights Fla. Cooper of Keystone Height. I 15 at 2 p.m.? The tea will be liam's 8 p.m. Thursday, March 15 ,son. > Appliances
r J,Junior Woman's Club held,in the educational 'building ArtClass, for.Adults8, p.m., 'sArthur Rennisson is in t 107 ,University Ave. '

fit -- -_-The-keysone Heights' Jim- ._of the__Community Church. Dot Newman's. Community 'Alachua General Hospital FR2-8039; "Gainesville'Keystone I Between Keystone Higheta and Melrose
uu ,
? u "Tr, Deadline) for news."' Call L annual. Silver Tea, 2 pjn. Gainesville.Mrs '

".. :.!127." .!PTA, meeting;;'!'school, ."cafe, .- Gusiie''OO Y ,Hts.' j RR-21. Melrose' .' GR'.. 5-2401
: dson -of : -, Call 4379
KEYSTONE! E 'HEIGHTSMELROSE Tuesday, March 13 torium, 8 p.m- t

Mass at St. William's, 7:45: Library open, 3 to 7 p.m.V !
I ... < '. .
For this seated tea, attendanceis .

j BO'SINESS' DIRECTORY! : V by reservation only To Personals ing. 'I A MEMBERS OF CLAY EUORIC COOPERATIVEt '

make your reservation, call Ladies 'from -St. William's I l

Mrs. Matthew H..Schroeder'at
Church who attended the St. ..
4217, or Mrs. John Bird at ,Augustine Deanery :Meeting' of
'' I I A fine ,musical ,'program is 6.were -Mrs. Mildr (hSutton,,: .1 DID KNOiW
Keystone Gas Co.i i being( planned, featuring th Mrs. Bee Cooper'Mrs.;"Ehzae -*| YOU ?
James H.
FRIGIDAIRE! {4 HOUR SERVICE vocal .talents Jit jars.. .Robert, .beth Xrooley, Mrs Margaret i

PHONE 4351 McEachernRegi.stered Hendry and Floyd Baker, LeBlanc, Mrs. Mary Ryan, and

Sales and StrviceYeoman's .Franchised Distributor of with Mrs. George Canova at ;Lena.Clemens, I[

: SAP=GAS Real Estate Broker the piano. Frank Wright of Palm' YOUR ELECTRIC RATES CAW IE REDUCED

Electric Woman's Club ,
LOTS Acreage BUSINESS To :aleel >; "
Beach is spending "
fI j. :: .
Service LUMBER Honest, Personal Attention The Keystone Heights! able time home-t'Hill-- : ) \', ., .
Given Every Inquiry To Buy Woman's Club will hold Its jr. ,
Melrose GR 3-237 I San 'LebrydoLumber \ ,
Or Sell regular monthly business Mrs. Fred'Dodd Is home Ji- 2. ONLY' "BOARD of
Co. Cor. Lakeview BouL & can this TO be DONE!
meeting .
AUTO SERVICEBaker ion Tuesday,' March gain after a ten-day stay in t .

t TVe Specialize.,In Custom Jasmine Ave.Keystone Heights, 13, at 2pm., in the Community 'Alachua:General, Hospital in : 3. The Trustees are the Poll Making and SUPERVISORY BODY and-are

Enterprises Cut ,Extra Lengths.Materials 'P. O. 1C3, TeL 4108 Church educational build Gainesville,'where she went for : ,
(Continued'on'next Paw) 1I I responsible ,io the members 'for the successful-operation of the Co-operative.

"Available" Baker Prop. Cement; Mortar Mix- L''

Auto Repairs 21 Ur. Sl'nlceBait ,Sheet Rock 4. Anything< above 100% Debt Service Ratio must :be 'returned to YOU the

Shell Gas & Oil Mill on IIr Jtl at liliddleb nn,, S. E. McKay RealtorSenior I ,' ; a t xl y 1 Member-Owner) Your
estimated Debt
+ Available 24 Hrs. ,- Phene BU 2-5272 1 iV Service. Ratio is 117.2 for 1962.

'Portable 2 Mi. So.Electric on Rt.Welding loo"Ke'stooe MILLWORK Society Residential Member Appraisers I y < 5. This.can ,be returned to you ONLY.through \Capital. ,Credits,or 'REDUCED.

4656 Live oak Sbade-S,500-Tenns, RATES!! '
Heights .
r :Keystone Well-Wooded Tracts I : ,

FLORIST _t,t L l'yfi'' 'Ycrk Shop $20.Membership down-$10 on urn Private- S6 Park mos.!, .00 6. Sd-calleo 1 l ,Capital Credits (Patronage :Capital) cannot be returned ,to you

Edna Williams ," 'CABNETS* WINDOW-FRAMEs DOORS With Wide Beach i fora }longtime: yet, ,unless the by.law.sarechanged; !!

.. Keystone, Heights-.Ph. 3071 i "

FLORIST NURSERY ":; 'SCREEN8rrtm"Materb1s I 7. Your-operating cost or ratio is budgeted at '63.3% of your estimated .revenue

FLOWERS Sash Made To Order Winifred HCRAWFORD. ,.c V?:. ,L Vf..A. i of'nearlYtwo, and three-fourths* million dollars> for 4962JL, '. L. '
: ,
Tel. t A7 j -** it '
Keystone Heights -4283 1 1qr i M A t
"" For All Occa&loniUelrosa : ""! ''V 1tt 8. /As a member should have been '
,you provided with. _a copy of the nY-laws
Phone: OR 5-2331 j, Bet.. Real Estate Broker and/all amt ndments thereto. '

L Clemens Lakd'Properties .Acreage *** *' ;?,, *. *: ,r .
Nursery :
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INSURANCE R&Bchea Busine&i.City kg l < 'i ..<; ., .
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tvlr 1506( Varieties ofShrubs Homes v?; l4r tAnlkny} : l'6 ',
Rentals I .
) 0
II ,
V ; ." _
t. ,- Trees art 0 K _
IouseplanCitrus ts "We Take A Personal ,
An Insurance Savings Plan I ,JL-- ,;Azaleas 3, for $t.(G( In Your Intlel\j ,,' ". '
l i If You Li\e It's a !leaving j ,Iiway,100 at Hillcreat, t ... .. ... '. ,"' .t,
f Midway: Keystone ---,. > ,'. ; .,
If You Die It's Insurance| i I : SJj JMiles East of Melrose I ..''1:', ;, La :"' ., ,*< 'h.rr. .I.-" e.-: ."' <-"..' ',..
: -Y "" _
I,L L. R. Brault 1 1I NURSERY 1-STOCK GR 529X1RESTAURANT 4 t j r> : Mer' \ ;Anthony Jaber "

fc" '
1, Azaleas 'SOc1 up *,'I. -
Keystone lights. Tel 4558-U31 I .
3 toA7.aka
Special $2.00 ea. '
Landscaping Material AvailableeOur'.Plante e ." r was horn and' Jed r

INSURANCE ... :./.C."Carnes- Before Nursery Vou BIIJO 1 Meet. Your' atLawrence's Friend, ',i Th y'n STAY III" "i 1 ., 'tHE-oPERAT10N.., :, '' \'' 'V:,,' ** p within'J j i ,

Florahome 684-4665( I I ,of I. '- :
Geo. E. La Rue I I : ;
holleringidistance \
i t PACKAGE- ,STORE 'I :'Dinette This couple is not igoing! rto "do without" things. : ,

Your Local They are going i to )iave,them. TOUR '
TRAVELERSINSURANCE ,: BEER 600D FOOD j ..-. --... .; ;. -. ." of your )lr., FCOOPERATIVE
? ,
I. They know that nothing worth while "just hap- : w ,

L.' : : STORE' 11 a. on. io 9 p..m. }! pens." They:.know'that it t takes planning, working, ,+-. -- j % .V .. Home 0ffice, 7 Tft'

1 Keystone Height* t OPIW 8 AM.-11? P. M. DAILT, thru Saturday''j 1 saving together. .. -*- 4

TELEPHONE% CLOSED. SUNDAYStterstone'f1elrose I i Closed' Sunday First '..'- ",. ,. .',,. /f", rfI' -t i' .
after the '
stop, honeymoon will bank ; 4
oe this !!' "*

\ ,_ .\iso_ HlghirayFine Hiway 21-Keystone Height 1 i to open a savings account.Firstdollars' out ofevery : .., .. '-::JV44VV'V: .. ,'i''...,, :" ;; V ?*.. flflIL& /

INSURANCE j envelope will to "q '" '> ., _. .
Y Bhne Package Store & Bar WELL DRILLINGS ) pay go build solidly a )life of ,
4 IU. 100 South I having, enjoying, succeeding together.'' ,

Murrhee Insurance READ ESTATE WELL I j That's 'why'ire"'know"they'll! stay happy! ;A WTE ,FOR .D.
r AgencyGeneral i ,-" PUMPS : : : t 9 V AK t

Insurance i C." :' J. Fete O'CoMor1t :- : :I. 8EB\'Q> "THE" .KEYSTONE, STATE 'lANK;; r T .

Fire CasualtyBondi. ,...,..._ REAL'ESTATE REALTOR ''V** Well MATHEWS" .V ,)MEMBER F4XLC, j .;y For.... .Trustee. .. District. No. 1, at The Annual Meeting!March 22 is vote-for

Allied Lines MORTGAGES APPRAISALS DrillingMELROSE J JI A,Friendly Bank la ,A Friead1F: oi iiI\l t fM$ >04< : ,.

N Keystone Heights, 2131; U'; :Keystone.... Heights.. Phone 4297 I r GR 5-5101 i : lie}st< lie,Hei ights: Fla', 1 REDUCED RATES and EFFICIENT OPERATION. t1tf .

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rvv.vvvvvvvvrvvvvvvvvv.K ,All.the" boys and'girls.'of the f'.. .TTTY TT YYTYT vvyyt t Tuesday ,in' fake' City 'for :Ted to
E'Y YsToNE: I eighth grade class of the'Keystone I I Johnnie H. Croft,- '74,''-father' vMr.and' Mrs.WnburT1Ian attend the event. Cain'Friday night.

J i'c MPTO.N of 'Mrs.'L'nn'Hall.of-Hasp-: of DeLeon 'Spriings '.visited GKAMMByBichard .StarlingEobins *
I'm glad to report
School were her 'party
f 1-1 t Jr HLrC-H; .TS: I i : ; : i ton. 'Mr..Croft; a native ,of* during the weekend ,with Mr.. Mrs. Alice .H. Starling and
Willis is much improved at _
guests. Bullock County;l3aa.;diedSun- :and. I 's.K. B.:Watterson. t"Zach :"Robinson were married

i &A&.&..A A AAAA AAAA'AAAAAFrom Charles 'Hinct has returned 67 Mrs. U. E., Hill day at his home near Lake ,Mr;:and .Mrs. Joe :FDi Yth.; Cain Friday: ,' March, at :the home the time of this writing -

[ Preceeding Page home after a ten-day trip] .&. ..&&&AAAAAA4AaI City.' I.' s W. A. Forsyth, and MIs.lna t tnight 1 i&&iA&A&A&&AA&j Jt A 4| t I fof,Mr.: nd Mrs. J. C. Moody Mrs. Thelma Dyal made a r-'

to South Florida business.KEYSTONE ., Survivors include his wife, ''$ drove to Green Coves tin :'Starke: Rev. S. E..Sparks business trip to Tampa last
on Mr. Mrs. L. 'E.
and Ratliff
Surprise Housewanning I(
1 I
major" surgery. She is doing : Anna Mae; 'his.daughter, Mrs. 'Sprlrigs' Sunday to ,,visitor. T.: of Starke performed the
well, and is happy to be Honors Mrs. V. J. Slade '. and Edward Broughton were week. SWARMING
very Hall ,stepdaughter Miss Those wh attend
j i I ; a ; 'Forsyth.rvvvvvvnvvvvvvvvvnvv, ceremony. ()
.tack at home.' I r HEIGHTS Mrs.'V.. Slade was honored in Cedar Key Sunday. : Mrs. Albert Sparks was visiting .
j : Gloria Croft of 'Waldo: ; two i ''ed"ere'Mr.. and Mrs. John
FIRST BAPTIST CHCRCB with Mrs. Kate Starling had as
Robert at their'new i i dinner guest, Sunday Mr. and
home in
,of Mr.'land Mrs. Ghames, is :Bill of Atlanta;; a stepson 'The ,wedding was at
; J. 'R. Smith, pastor, Ralph, Hampton on Thursday eve- Mrs. Earnest Ortages ,,and son Albert Crenshaw. of Gaines-
,taking his baSic'I framing in James Waldron of Lake City; t LAWT'EYIBy ; 10:45 a.m. We ,wish them.well
Minister of Music ;
Opeland of .Jacksonville.
the U. '8-.Air Force ,at ,Lack + ning last week, with approx- two sisters, Mrs. Ada Crowderof s ;,I anda: very,happy life together vUle last -Thursday. for the sake of yew feera*
nd church organist.fiervkes
,!land 'lAIr, Force :Base, Texas.,; School 9:45! imately 35 friends and l neigh Jacksonville( and Miss Eunice Enza 1; 'Ed,Parnsh came-home Sunday I 'Mr,/'and Mrs: Carl :IBrough- a
: Sunday Blenehardpwau..ura&A.u '
He would-enjoy hearing from, bors attending: Croft of.Georgia-a; ,bro-''! I -after two-week stay in' ton was visiting Mr. a:1dMrs. : t e

'his friends. His address ism: : m.. 'MornIng Worship 7:00: 10,5et.qm. ; After the opening of gifts, ther Justice, 'of Jacksonville; J uu.j i Bradford County Hospital. He!'Gus Wynn in Sarke Sunday' 'SHOP ANYWHERE ,.
; Training Union p.; I i( I'
"A B "Robert F. 'Ghames Jr., refreshments of sheet cakes, and 12 is much improved. J
14 grandchildren afternoon.
I ; At The Churches j I' h
m. Evening services 8:00: ,p. I
*279 iodeeorated.mgreenand..whitewith I :Mrs. ''Wilma Starling of FOR NEW OR USED ;
AF 1479116 "Flight Box :'greatgrandchtldren.I ofSALE
m. You are invited to share Grace Methodist: Church II I Sylvia i iI .
pink flowers, and fruit .
I '
Gainesville 'visiting Mr.
PTA To MeetHampton
1601, Lackland AFB, Texas. :
i family Prayer time wltn us. School 9:45, ajn. Morning-, I
t ;"I Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. punch were served to those Elementary School Worship 11 ajn. Evening Ser- ':I''and-Mrs. Carl Jones Friday '.ThenCome'SeeUs: !
present. Hostesses for the
,Oreiner of Schenectady, N. Y.I occasion : PTA will meet in the school vice, 730 p.m. MYF each Claude Hall of' Savannah, ;
Mrs. Lester Slade .
were ,
'are house guests of Mr. and COMMUNITY CHURCH auditorium at 7:30: pan. Tues- 'Ga. is visiting ,his mother,
Wednesday 7 p.m. The": I Once AYeatOnly WE'LL MATCH ANY DEAL
; Mrs. Donald Slade, Mrs. Ver- i ,
Mrs. Robert F. Ghames at day, March 13. Meaning of Lent". will be the Mrs. Debbie'Hall. I '
I non Slade, ,and Mrs. -Mary .. I :Special ,Purchase J
Their home on Lake Bedford. I ," :1 subject Sunday morning,! Visiting Mr: and Mrs.1tobinson -
A. C. Bolt, Minister,
Williams. Mrs.HV. Factory,'Author ud j jON UNIVERSITY CHEVROLETYour .
'Mr. arid H. Max'Well.'Weif '
Greiner is Mrs. Mrs George A. ,Canova, Organist Guests from out-of-town March 11. Starting Monday over the week-end;; were:, i ,
brother. GhameS'j and Director; !? Jacksonville visitors morning. and continuing until1Easter l 1 Gloria, Rose Lee, and James I I
were M:-. and Mrs. otiS'Allen 'PIANOS Authorized Dealer
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Richard CDJhr.aan.{Youth ,Dfr.I : ontFriday last week. the Methodist parson1age McKinney of Graham; Mr. 1

j Dreisel Lawrence; Mass. are Sunday School, 9:45: 'am.. of Palatka Mrs.'Slade expressed I'' "Mrs.Jwi =Robinson of De- will,be', open at 7 a.m. for,i!I and Mrs:Frank: Thomas, Mary Walnut, Cherry, Ebony; 215 S. E. FIRST GAINESVILLE'

ten joying their annual vacation Morning Worship 11 a. m. her appreciation for the occasion land was a supper guest Friday all who wish to meet for' pray-'l and :Donna Dorch, and Mr. Mahogany Finishes >

:at; White Feather Court. They Young People 7 p. m. I and many gifts receiv evening at the home of er. Everyone. welcome. 'and '''Mrs. Lonnie Hines of ,$495.00 I

been coming to Keystone :Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watter- First Baptist Gainesville. Home .
)ave Pioneers, 6 p. m. ed.Mrs.. Brown Entertains : Sunday And Up I !Thrifty Improvements :.
Heights; for ten, years, or son. Here on Sunday last School, 10 a m. Morning Wor Baptist Church Social I

more, ,for their:'winter rvaca- Baptist.WMUjCircfe week with the Wattersons ship. 11 a-m.. BYU, 6:30 p.m. A social was held at the Also Sale on good used 1 Start.Here .
on. i S1V: 'ANNE'S EPISCOPAL Mrs.'T.: F. Brown'was hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Har- !Evening Service, 7:30 and practice pianos. i :
tf c fj pjn. Baptist Church Saturday I
CHURCH.) KEYSTONE for ,the evening circle of: din ot Jacksonville. ,
:Prayer Meeting each Wednesday .
i Herbert, K. Wright'and"hls night March Singers from I
': the Hampton Baptist WMUat j j L. A. Lane arrived ,last'Fri, 7:30 j I ::MUSIC CENTER II I
iister., Mrs. ,A. C.: Sheppard Sundays::30 a- m. Church pm. different parts,of the county ,
visit with his bro
her home day a "
Thursday evening The 9th The
of Merchantville, N. J. are en- School. 9:30: a. m. Moraine Grade play, were present; to'Bing.. The I
1025 \V. Ave-
I and sister, Mr. University
last week. The ther-in-law "
jjoying their stay in Keystone'''' Prayer and Sermon list Sun program was''I Ghost Farm, presented at the"program started at 7:30: p.m. .. "
I'j presented by Mrs. Don Hill, and Mrs. Ira Lester. Ph. FR6.4 U5 I .
k .Heights at the WHite Feather I''I' Clay Holy Communionl. 'B'' p. .I schoolhouse last Friday nightwas and ended. somewhere around 1 -
I and Mrs. Richard May
Mrs. Charles Hicks Mrs. Mil Mr. Gainesville Fla.
Court They arrived January n. Episcopal Young ,Churchmen ; a great success, and was 1030.: Refreshments were ser'ved'by" -.1
ton Mosher ; and 'Ida ghf r; and 'Mr. and '
me : : :
15, and expect to depart for enjoyed by the large audience. the ladies of the I
.. ,
and Mrs. W,P. :'McElroy. Refreshments iMrsJ.: W. Home drove to I I -- .
vbome on April 10. Holy'Days3O,aMn.Boly '' Mrs. Robert E. Lee, Mrs.I! ---
Port ich1e Sunday fora
were ermTby the "New '
11 Mr. and,Mrs. Don Shackle- Communion. John C. Tye Mrs. Hiram WJ 1I 1-
hostess to the 12 present. visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. "
ford left Keystone on March Third Wednesday Parish I Bennett, and Mrs. Eugehe I i
Plans made for observ- .
.2 for.New Orleans where they Covered Dish Supper 6 or 6:30p. : were Pearson attended the district]j
ing the Week of Prayer for: Alma Hinson, daughter of : AND OUT-DOOR 'FIXUP.
will be on hand for Mardi Gras m. PTA meeting. at Jacksonville* i

activities ,On Saturday evening .Prayer Meeting [Wed.] 7:30P home missions this week, Mr.. and Mrs.' Bradford H. B: fCouuty Hinson, University last -week. t ii i;, A. B. C. Finance .

they attended the"KreweA March ;5-9, 'to'be, climaxed[:{ stayedin Mrs. Mae' Wells and Mrs/j/

of Moslem Ball with their : II1. with"a supper Friday night at,, 'Hospital overnight, lasf Saturday Martha .Bales attended the]' i, .

w"friends Mr. and Mrs. Tom ',the town hall .at 7:3Qp.m., for observation after a Azalea Festival in-Palatka last., ,I '
'Tables will be arranged'for all]1 l fall.atr.home.Mrs. E ATU AI f
*Reed. Mr. :need;was the* King : "Sunday.uMiss Jackie Bales was, Phone 964-5291
*jof the Ball./'The Shacklefords TRINITY: EPISCOPAL age ,groups_ with all churchmembers l James Baker and children contestant for queen, representing -* ,
Line of Hardware
,enjoyed their stay. at ,ar hotel CHURCH MELROSE ;and,others Uife1'eStedI l of 'Orlando ''-spent last the Starke Jaycees- \ : Complete

tJ in the French .Quarter, and "* Sundays .-10 a..,,m. Churci]I invited to attend and hear the week here with' her parents, Mrs. C. C. Higginbotham

speaker ,on .home :mission i l Mr.,,and 'tMrs.- R., .H. Parker. visited Dependable Economical ;Bradford
\expect to be gone for a week. School. 11:45: a. m. Mo must Mr. and'Mrs. Truby'L.Wainwright : -- Building Supply
: 'work. Rev.'Marvin'Stedham oi f t "Mr.1akerdrove weekt I
up-lasf .
-. Miss Betty Jean' Cross of Prayer -and Sermon First 'during the week, f, ,
"Gainesvilleispent' >weekend .5umiay,-Holy: Communion] ,.6; Palatka was guest speaker at t t; end and they .returned homei and their son, Jack and his(4 PHONE 964,1301NIGHT. 9642411CITYOP i.

;prayer-meeunggat'thechurc i ; I ;Saturday. son, 'Jack-Jr., *of Waycro&s,{ .1 i i 301 E. Call Street ,
with her !friend Marian o.m. Episcopal Young Church* STARKE'GAS UTILITIES DEPT. "

Beasley, in"Keystone "Heights. men. Wednesday home evening, as part j. :Mr. and Mrs. Willard Kirby Ga., spent the weekend with 1 I ',,1'I I ,.
of the missions observ
I Mrs. Allen' 'ta1n. 'Holy Days- 10 of Gainesville were Sunday them. .,. if
gue"ente &; m., Hob 'I : __ -'n'
ance. visitors here with Mrs. Louise Mrs. | um mm
ed Saturday"-evening with al Betty Thrift of Macclenny -!

:;>arty Beck for, the her event'being'niece, Miss Linda Lin- Communion.;The ,.Rev. Lee W Hatoi 1 'Father,Dies At Of Lake MnOIIall City Charles Manire., Mrs.now 'Manure'sson stationed at,,[ 'law and,visiting daughter her, Rev.son-ih.1 and' BUSINESS'DIRECTORY N I I

3' a's fourteenth i'.btrthttay.a Vicar. .. .- ? Funeral services were ,held} i I,Cocoa, is-.soon to be_ transfer- ,Mrs.. L. T.. Howe and childrenthis'week. J :AREA ,

Mr. and -Mrs.-,CUshing and .
I daughter of Tallahassee spent :III! i 111111'

t |I the- weekend with I
parents, Mr. and Mrs.. !
: M. L. Turner.'Weekend i' I i -I I

.., "t. .' ;!, guests of Mr. and Hulls! Brake Supply' VOLKSWAGENSales Johnson & Paris, Sewing Machine '*,
: 'I'
i .J 1, \
& : Mrs. H.
I : 'j'' 'Wainwright were 'RAKE SPECIALISTS" Service FartsMillerfrown Inc.Complete Service Co. -

.... ..-*',,-" --. .., ,","'ftr '; 'f'r:: their .son.; ..Clyde'and Mrs.Wainwright's 'For' Every Car 'or Truck MotorsInc. Line oJ ,. New Home' -' \\1ilteNecchJ
; parents.. Mr. TurningGrinding_ -' Relinlag SEEDSPLANTS. -
i1! and 'Mrs. 'Jesse ,Starling, of .,Whilet:You -Wait FERTILIZERSInsecticides -
I Sales Service
1I If r Bartow.>,Mrs. -Rebel Rhoden 1111 S.;.IMaln. Gainesville FR 2-5532 -Pet Supplies
Repairs On All Makes
: of Ocala spent Sunday with . + 1030 E. Un1verslty.Ave. 815 W. Univ. Ave., Gainesvin
the family r 224 N. 'w.. 8th Avc. ,
: ; Mr and Mrs. Edward Barber Gainesville FR 2.0USGaInesville. 376.1075

!I of Macctenny and Mrs. Ellis 'AUTO:- LASS"Mauldin's Fla

I L.OY1E'S[ FARM .:. I Johnson and children of Atlanta.
; '. i Ga.. visited .the B. E. B & G Motors Co. HI-FI STEREO
i ii !Reddish 'family 'during the i
I Ii iI i CAnlLL. C OLDSMOBILE Area's Most Complete Line
i !hweek,Mr>and Mrs. Jack Dug- I Top Tunes. t
,!: ger of Macclenny were Sunday Auto;Glass I F85 IIILLaiANSales of Sporting Goods at

"i j I 'visitors.'Mr. cO I1'i.ETi STOCK CURVED and' Service, I The Biggest Little Record
Ii I 2001 N. W.,'13th. Rt. 441
Shop in the South" Jimmie Hughes Inc.
: and /Mrs.'-Willis Starling GLASS I ,
: FR 6-7515 HI-FI Stereo Dealer
I II Component
r! of Otis spent Sunday with
I Pilot Harman -Karden 1113 W. University GainesUL
.SUPPLY Mr. and H. C.Harley and fam Windshield & Door Glass
KLH Fairchild Garrard
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Replaced In Any Make -
ily.'Woodrow -
r Ii 811 .W. Union Ave GainesvilleFR
\ : .' I 'Patrick of Jackson 'Car'Or Truck SDICA 2-2728 ROOFING
: '''Miss. is visiting his bro'
Sales Parts Service ,
"We lian 1e Safety Glass
; ther William ,Patrick and USED CARS TOO
.- .. FR 6-2558
: family.
Poole Gable Motors LADIES WEAR The Helzel Co.
i 1314 S Main Gainesville -
j ;Mr.and Mrs. Leslie Phillips : ROOFING .
A ; and .sons ;spent the weekend 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. GainesvilleFR *
.iDoyle'Gnff: is Owner,r- Managers : : with Mrs. Phillips' mother in FR :- Cherry's AIR CONDITIONINGNo
L ,Dinsmore. .AUTO, RADIATORS'- Job Too Large Or Too Small

: ;,Jimmie Eunice, of Atlanta,\ I Gainesville's Most Fashionable 202 S. R 4th St. GalnesUHe
I : ,was Saturday i CAMERAS Address For Ladies
Gj. overnight Butler'sRadiator
c FR 2-1491
.... ., E. Brownlee'St., Starke,Fla. :: I i I guest of his parents Mr. and cI I,I DRESSES SUITS -COATS i

: Ii i Mrs. 'Harold Eunice and his "Service III ACCESSORIES

f f; t. : grandmother, Mrs. Selma Eu ,iiost Modern' ,Cores In Stock I Fuller's Foto Inc. 105 'W. University Gainesville SHOES

; | (old Brownlee"& Chasteen Location), ..,. ; nice.Mrs. :Repairs, All Cars'Trucks I I "YOUR 'CAMERA -SHOP" [
: National Trailer .Rental '
Kenneth Hines and Headquarters For
;, : : Bob's Shoe Store :
:: ; ..: : y ( family of Jacksonville spent '519 S. "W. 4th Ave., Gainesville I Cameras &' Photo Supplies MOVER
.. ; Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. FR 2-0496 : T. V. Stamps Shoes for The Entire Famii*

I r. |Phone 964-3011 .. '>,:' Marvin Rosier and family. I II 619 W. Univ. Ave., Gainesville I '''FORTUNE FOB MEN
'.'' 1 .., : Gene English 'and I FR 2-0713 Gainesville i .
,'f familyof I i
MaxvUle visited Mr. and 1 i I
: I Jt11ipery-AcceSSOrlea
I iI Bags -!
., .,; "j' I I :. I '" '- Mrs. James Waters I
i; wi.::; .l' "S t 1 and sons 'IMPERIAL '- CHRYSLER COMMERCIAL'REFRIGERATION MayflowerLOCAL 21 W. University Gainesville

/ '.. 1.-' .' .... ''t ,, ] on Sunday. ,PLYMOUTH VALIANT ,': I II
? : ,Mr.. and Mrs. Leon Brewer AND LONG

\ \ /'t : 'u u' : : c: : : : of 'Keystone "Heights were Authorized 'Sales Parts ?!I. Refrigeration I DIST..&CE MOVING VACUUM CLEANERS :

; .; .Af iSunday visttors Jot the A. (J. Service t Storage And Crating Ail M rhea l acuuuia .

Crawford .family.:, i' Service Co. \i"If It Needs Repairs I
-i Gainesville FR 6-5224
h< 4 Mr. and Mrs. W. Pt Moore. Sidney Leopold, Owner i, Bring In To KirbyV

f. AGENTS FOR.: I : : Micky and 'Renie; visited Mrs.Moore's Motor Co. Commercial Eefrireratiftn I NEW &; USED VACUUMS

sister Miss Rachel Air Conditioning !MUSIC SUPPLIESLillian's'Music Authorized Kirby Distributor,

: Bayer, Sunday! afternoon. f, FR 2-2561 Friridaire Ice Makers I Kirby ,.
: 204 N. Main, Gainesville I
", Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wood rd "
I Sold And Serviced Arytlme I Sales & Service '
.' and Tert of Clearwater spent; Used Can 312 N. MaID
: Gainesville FR 28392 j Store 13 S. W. 1st
the weekend with the C. 11. v FB 6348JLINCOLN I GafnetnilleFR
F"a"; I i Crews Heights FR 6.7700 6-7110
)1' family. I i "Gainesville Leader

,, ,,
Ideal Fertilizers :Mr. ana MrsBob>Cornwell I
I : 'of Jacksonville were,visiting I MERCURY CONCRETE PRODUCTS Since 1933 WELDING -

; the Bub Wilkerson family during I COMET FLAT METCOR I KRAKAVER WINTER .
the weekend. ;
J Authorized Sales Service CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE CABLE Universal Welding
: Ernest Denmark and family .I : PIANOS FIANORGANS
i and 'Mrs. Leon Parts.Trained ARE BEST FROM I! Company
; Starling of CHORD ORGANS 9159-1375

;: Jacksonville were Sunday Mechanic Good !, Edwards BullSupply j:, Guitar -Drums Sheet 5EPipe! Columns Steel Fabrication -

r' 'FASCOPest cides : visitors of Mrs. Lois Carter Used Cars Inc. ,, .Music I .:- Steel Repair Truck:
and'family.Mrs. Bodies Trailers
.. Budgets
726 'S. Main FR 2-4844 ;I
f 1 r .a ;" i : H. T. Markham! Barkley Motors FR 6-5931 SPECIAL DESIGN
Gainesville Fla.
i I and children of Gainesville N 112 8. E.First. Gainesville Ornaratntal Iron Work
Ii 615 Main Gainesville
519 S. Main
i Gainesville
; spent Sundayvwith. her par-, i ELECTRIC MOTORS

'' i i ents Mr. and MrsDan.5tar1-: t ''I' FR 6-7151 .".
1.' '' '"+r !rig. I 111L4"
Electric'MotorRepair POWER SAWS
.. .. : Mr and Mrs.'Walter WUk-, Crane Motor Co. (l YARNS-TOYS r.
% & 1
] Co.
: ison were visiting their son-I LARK ANGLIA MeCTJLLOC

"f.I'W. '\.: :'._. : in-law and daughter. Mr. and[j ENGLISH FORD OF GALNESVQ1INC. Jack and Jill '
m .
: Mrs. Cecil Dobbs] in Jacksonville 'MEECEDEs BENZ --.VOLVO
,.... : COMPLETE ELECTRICMOTOR CHAIN SAWS Open Till 9:00 On Fridays .
over the. weekend.Mr. Authorized Sales &: Service NEW-USED SALES
: .. A Complete Line Of
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. and Mrs:. 11. C. Kelly Complete Service far AU SALES AND SERVICE SERVICEFloridaSaw Tarns -NeedleworkNotlpns

and' Wendle were in BrookerndayafnQ,9AvisWng Makes" Distributor of Co. Free Instructions '

I } Mr. 508 University Ave. New Lincoln Motors" m .1411 Toys-Games-Dolls-
Kellys uncle, Goldwire E. .
FR 2-831S '
FE 2-4251 2538 N..B. 19th Dr. Hobbles
... .
s.\ .. Co1son.i ..
Fla.. 1030 S
I Gainesville. < Main Gainesville Gainesville 625 W. University OalaesviUoI

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,yyy. y !y y yyyyy yyy y yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.NE Fellowship. Union, 11 a.m., evaluated for 'the past three COUNTY FLORIDA. I CALL FOB sins Credit Union, Starke. Florida, highest bidder for cash in hand,
In're: Estate of The Board of County Com- Plaintiff, vs. John P. Casey the above described property
\? 'S OF INTEREST TO COLOREDCl1iZE.NS Sunday, to help the church I I years at our Plant Materials GEORGE A. HIBBS. de{ missioners of Bradford County, Route 2. Box )26 Starke Flori- ef said defendant to satisfy
keep the attendance banner.At Center at Arcadia." XOTICE OF FILING Florida will receive sealed bids da, Defendant.. said execution.P. .
'( OF BRADFORD COUNTY 3 the I FOR ,FINAL at 10:00!)!) clock, on the morningof XOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE D. REDDISH
Junior Church I
p.m. George Alvarez used the District CHARGE OF { ECUTRIX.TO Mareh 6, 196!, in the court- Notice is hereby given that I, I Sheriff, B.. ford County
will render their monthly I ALL, THOM IT MAY CONCERN room, in the courthouse for the P. D. Reddish Sheriff of Brad By Jean Wainwright, D. S.
[By Elizabeth Giveos] Junior Mission services. The fertilizer spreader to : I following: ford County, Florida, under and ;.1:> 41 3-a
fertilizer his Bahia pastures.At Notice is hereby give that I ;3\\1 Window shades of various by virtue of a writ of Execution,
...A.i'.t.-... ..-...A A A A'. A'. :. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. .. ... ... ....a.... president of both departments (.Our Soil Our Strength have filed returns as Executrix widths and lengths to be installed in the above styled cause. I have
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.1, 'it. : .are' urging you. to support the last supervisor's of the Estate of George A. I in the Courtroom. Upstairs levied upon the following pro GATOR AUTOMATICTransmission
School News meeting the Board decided to I Hibbs, deceased; that I have hall, Jury Room Photo- perty, to-wit:
who served a delicious repast, Soil Conservation
these services. ..filed my petition for final dis stat Room, and the Registrar'sRoom. : 1952: Chevrolet, 2 door sedan Service
Theilith"grade Will present which was enjoyed by all. The City-Wide store all district equipment at charge, and that I will applY Motor No. KAA355490Tag
N-E-W-S Road 16. to the Honorable Theron A. The shades to be of Vinyl No. 45-1357., title0 CompleteAutomatic
"Rebel Without A Harley's Garage on
Cause, .a -next regular meeting will be ,
A City-Wide Evangelistic Yawn, County Judge of Bradford Impregnated Duck of not less 3195663.
three-act' play, at 8:15: >jn. on held April 2 at the Reno Thea- Crusade will be held at New County Florida on March than 10 ..nee. As the prw>sty of the above Transmission Service
30In By Bill Hasw THE RIGHT POINT for tlw 16th 1962 fr approval of the I The +f .:rd Reserves the Right named defendant, and that on
March'\ the RJE cafetor- tre with Bernice Morrisas ,
Mrs. Bethel, Baptist Church at 3 write. Come in: and same and for final discharge : to reje t any and all bids. the 12 day of March 196::. Exchange Units Repairs' -
ium.: The play,is adapted from host. All members are p.m..Sunday, directed by Rev. While discussing his soil way you I as Executrix of the Estate! of (SEAL) I tween the legal hours of be-1 I Parts
select favorite ESTER- 1 Charles A. Darby. Clerk eleven o'clock in
the motion. ,picture of.the same I asked<: to !be present.-Mrs. Alma John P. Franklin State conservation farm plan, J. B. your George A. Hibbs, deceased. 2-15;; 2t 3-22:! I I namely forenoon and two o'clock in the I All Work On Premises
.name, and is a look. into the Jenkins, reporter. Evangelist. An outstanding Prevatt remarked that he'was j BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- February 14th 1962. 1 afternoon at twelve o'clock I 19 S. E. 2nd Place Gainesville
GRAPH. MURIEL I... HART, Executrix ; noun on said day. at the East
emotional problems of today's'teenagers. American Legion AuxiliaryThe program is being arrangedand going to cut up'his Pensacola of the Estate of GeorgeA. 'I Small Clninift Court door of the Court House in Brad ,
: 5th annual Banquet and this promises to be a Bahia pastures. He said,I IX COrXTT JUDGE'S COURT, Hibbs, deceased I Bradford County Florida ford County Florida, I will offer I PHONE 572-0812
IX AND FOR BRADFORD 4t 3-15 Dupont Mining Employees':: for sale and se'l to the :I I.
Franklin Richardson, Robert Ball will be sponsored by the great event. Rev. C..B. Daily, "These pastures have been in I In l l. -
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Nathaniel, Lonnie Johnson, American Legion Auxiliary on a noted evangelist, will preach. over five years and the ground I l '
and Evelyn Young will play March 31 from 8:30: to 12:30: The sponsoring churches are is getting packed." Pasture renovation -, .
the leading characters, with a in the RJE cafetorium. There Antioch. New Bethel, and is very important in'I _.. "":' ... f .. : !'I

supporting cast of 19 other I will be a Combo Band for your Ebenezer._The public is invitedto pasture management. By disk- ...a3. '. .
seniors, under.the direction of: entertainment. If you miss this attend. ing or chopping up your past- '' :,.'-,: ", .,_ .""I' .y" ., ..._
Mrs. P. S. Pierce. affair you will miss a treat of The New Bethel Baptist ures when you have good \ 1
The Band Parents Club will your life-Mrs L. M. Royal moisture conditions give '
Church, Rev. A._Vinson pastor. you ,. : .: /)
meet Monday night March 12. president. Sunday School, 9:30 am. a new life to the grass. I ,
All members are asked to be Recreation BTU, 5' pjn. Evening Service, The other day Pee Wee Shell dealers
present.at 7:30.: Band Director Clarence Williams is invit- Holy Communion, 7 p.m. Dampier was discussing past- :. .
Monroe would like to see ing all teenagers to meet him Deaconess Board No. 2 will ure management with several -
t ,all members present to attendto each Friday night at Jenkins celebrate, first anniversary folks when he remarked "I .

business of vital importance. Elementary; for a hop. The on Sunday, March 11, at 3 feel that the use of chicken : }
Refreshments will be served Elementary children will be ,
p.m. There will be a program fertilizer has been a big helpto "
.after the surprise and laughter entertained with rich music of with Choir 2 rendering the I my pastures." -

-Mrs. Alma Jenkins, presi- your selection each Saturday music. Mrs. Corine McNeil, Carl Horton says his wife
dent; Mrs. Clara Cohens, re- from 3 to 6 o'clock. Parentsare president, is' asking all mem- is catching some nice fish out suggest 10 to cud

.,porter.' invited to bring their chil- bers to come'uniformed. Come of their pond. ways
The Carnation Club will dren and visit with them while and join in this celebration. Limited amounts of seed and
worship at Mt. Moriah Meth- they enjoy an evening of fun. Another appeal is made to planting materials of grasses
odist Church at 11 a.m. Sun- The Reno Theatre will begin all auxiliary heads to give i I! and legumes new to Florida,'
day, March 11. All members with a schedule of pictures your activities to your church I agriculture will be released by
are asked to be oh time. Friday night, March 2!, at, reporter if you wish them I USDA's Soil Conservation
The. regular meeting of the 7:30.: Everyone is invited to published. This also means) Service to Florida farmers T'T'Your bills
...Carnation Club was held Mon- attend. captains of birthday clubs. and ranchers during the next u car repair
day night, March 5, at the Church News Mrs. Maurice J. White reporter. weeks. I f"*

*Reno Theatre with the president Bethel Free Will Baptist "It is expected that these ...... .' -
Mrs. Brooks, presiding. Church. The pastor asks all I Mt. Moriah Methodist. seed will produce the vegeta- .' \ ." ..

.The host was:Mrs. Bessie Lee, members to be present at the I Church School, 9:30: a.m. with tive answer to many puzzling .
e problems in our work in soil .. ,
a -
< '. Jim and Hammett water conservation, State Conservationist ," said- car is probably the second biggest single in- your blades and wiper arms next time you

t \::1 : for the SoU Conservation see him.
oJr r Service. "The plants released vestment you'll ever make. Here are 10 pointers

... .:: ,. have been tested and O Get a midwinter anti-freeze check.

.'.. fl from Shell that can help you protect that invest- If you've had to add water to your

4w Rev. Robert Dell in charge.
radiator in the last few months
Morning Worship, 11 am. ment. They're to follow. And they might well you may
.. Evening Service, 6:30: p.m. have less anti-freeze protection than you

I All members are invited to think. Let Shell dealer check
lot trouble well needless your your
visit with us at each service.- save you a of as as expense.
., Rev. L. McLendon pastor; coolant with a hydrometer-to make sure

Harry Young, lay reporter. an extra cold night won't cause trouble.
Allen Chapel Church, Rev. I
L. A. Sampson pastor. Trustee I Check your cooling system hose Look for oil streaks on inner walls Reminder: If you got a Shellzone anti-
Day will be observed Sunday ** for weak spots. Inspect all of the of tires. It may take a bit of back- freeze guarantee this winter, you're en-
starting with Sunday Schoolat
9:45: a.m., with Miss Fannie rubber hoses that interconnect your cool- bending, but it's well worth the effort to titled to free refills, if necessary, until

Bell Frazier in charge. The ing system. If they are cracked, cut or check the side of your tires you seldom April 1 1,1962.
Junior Church will have
'.\ swollen they could give at time see-the side facing in. If there's signof
charge of all services Sunday.A way any any Don't let front wheels hit the curb.

..n. musical program has been and cause engine temperature to soar. leaking fluid on tire walls, tell your 9* front wheels the

.,L planned for 11 ajnand seg- The result: a troublesome breakdown.Less Shell dealer. A leaking brake cylinder or Banging against
ment of the' RJE Band will curb is tough on wheel alignment-and
the modern present a number or two under -. serious, but a potential cause of over- rear axle oil seals could be at fault. Either
I tires too. So, approach the curb carefully
the direction of Mr. Monroe .... .
.' .. *" .* .' heating, .is a debris-clogged radiator. Ask can lead to extensive repairs if not cor- -
whb' 'Is"doing a 'w bder-l when you park. This sounds like a small
a flameless Shell dealer to his air hose to rected right
ful job with the boys and your use away.
but it front
thing, can help prevent costly
girls. Evening service at 6 clear clutter on the outside of
electric p.m. with sermon by the pas- radiator.away your 5 Obey the cardinal rule of car care. end problems. Suggestion: look at the

.. tor.The District Conference of A professional, lubrication job is still tread on your front wheels right now. If

c way! .. ; the Lake City District will be O Touch up scratches before rust sets the best way to keep your car in good they show uneven wear, your front wheel

t -: held March 8-9 at Lake But- : in. You can discourage the spread health. But it should be done on a regular alignment may need attention.
.... 7. ...,., ler with Rev. C. H. Howard as ,
host pastor. of rust by using touch-up paint on body basis-not "every so often.f For safety'ssake

: '.n;. ,.., The Missionaries will have scratches. Rust also likes to plug drainage Shellubricate every 1000 miles. If 10 Give your car an occasional
.;" ..: Ar' charge Friday at 4 p.m. All has change of scenery. A steady diet
automatic transmission
'. ''',. holes on the underside of car doors and your car an ,
Irs CLEANER! Ttiere's no fuel grime to stain waDs and.settle on cur- .. ;..;t: Missionaries are asked to transmission fluid level should be of city driving adds to the combustion
'' please attend. Both juniors body panels. Keep. those holes (a your\
tains..No soot to blacken utensils..they keep shining bright. Your whole f open
family will love the "lace hanky" cleanliness of flameless electric cooking. and seniors are asked to wear screwdriver or any pointed instrument checked regularly. Your Shell serviceman deposits your engine. This deposit
white. do this for Shellubrication. buildup can reduce your cars power and,
Irs COOLER Pots and pans come into direct contact with the electric At RJE the 8th Grade B works fine) and you may well prevent a can you during

range heating element for speediest cooking without wasted heat. Your Class, under the sponsorshipof rusteckhrough( door or body section. eventually, may cause trouble. But manyof
.kitchen stays up to 16 degrees cooler in the summer. J. D.Greene,held its initial 6 Never "gun" your car to warm up the deposits that come with city driv-

.. Irs SAFER! Only flameless electric cooking is free from fumes, fuel in chapel the school program cafetorium.on; March The 1 3 Avoid 100-foot trips. It's a mean your engine. It doesn't help a bit. ing will fly out the exhaust when you hit

odors, and constant-burning pilot flame. Easy-to-uae automatic controls Matter of fact it do harm than
'" theme of the program, "Youth trick to start a cold car, drive it just can more the open road. So, tak 'our car for a
ululate the heat and do with Meals cook
pot-wstchlng. to
while you're away..:.giving away you more time for your family, shoppingand perfection Wants To Know," dealt with a few feet, then turn it off. Yet people good, even increase engine wear. Many turnpike drive this weekend. It can be
the current problems facing
doing other things..with precious peace of mind. ....'., today's young people. A full often park in front of their homes, then drivers also think worthwhile to idle good exercise for it. And a pleasant after-

Cooking with flameless electricity it the tmartest way today tomwrtw Ae only may. discussion was had on such. drive into the garage later on. This can their cars on a cold morning. But, with noon for you.

Set>'our electric appliance dealer problems as:: finance, dating, today's modern it isn't .
ri increase engine wear, dilute your oil with engines, necessary.It

.-... .. ... ............. .0 ... ..... ......... ... going ance, steady making, personal and appear-keeping :"'t. ....:.:...,.,.. .... .: e J.1 just wastes gasoline. Far better to start \{
-- A FLAMELESS ELECTRiC RANGE IS friends, etc. Participants on your engine, wait a few seconds until it's
tl'' INCLUDED IN EVERY MEDALLION HOME : this program were Jacqueline .' ,..' be
;; smoothly-then
;. running on ,
KnU .... . ......... ... .. .. .. ..... .... ....: : Marshall, Marion Jenkins, ,tw.. :., your way
) I Mary Helen Suggs, Mae Hat- but at moderate speed.

-tIN;1t() d ;r flg.Yl.I'1 Lt tMeaCOMPAIT tie Dean 'Joyce Reddish. Check
I. \Oa Shirley Brown, Jimmie Jenkins < vi 7 a terribly neglected little ac-

Irs CHEAPER. TOOl Velma. Peek, and Corine cessory. People seldom give their SHELL
1R I I
FLORIDA POWER t; LIGRTHtlping Hudson. The program was
windshield second
wipers a thoughtexcept -
,t. Build Florida highly praised by the principal -

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Helen Suggs, reporter. unburned fuel and give sludge more too. Instead of wiping your windshield,

., chance to form.' If at all possible, drive they can smear and scratch it. Wiper \\I//

Announcement right into the garage when v "'\ arrive blades are easy to replace-but windshields

home. aren't. Ask your Shell dealer to check I

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HE CURB SERVICE AT HERB'S .-. '. Buck's Grocery ;" 1ft:; Prescott's Service Station

i u. S. 301 (North) Starke Middleburg ,

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OPEN WEEKDAYS 8:00 A. M. TO 12:00 P. M. '- AND ON SUNDAYS Heilbronn.Springs LakePrevatt's Gefieva'l' .

FROM 10:00 A. M. TO 12:00 P. M. JOHN A. TORODE Harley's Garage Shell StationE.

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