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 15, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I Negro FleecedOf F- --- __ Bids Are Let Sen. Dickinson To Speak At Meet '

SavingsBy I OB County, 301 Hot Directors Vote

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Negro A 71-yead-old was the Lincoln City I- *_ Paving Construction ProjectsJaxon Co. and Looms* At Clay CoMp

unsuspecting ]
I-1 E_ Caddel and Jackson Co. of
victim _
of two Negro con art I :; -
Jacksonville were apparent low _
ists who picked his pock t of __ bidders on four-laning 5.539 \ s Sparked by the hottest directors election in its 25-

$1,000 after they had interested -___ 4 miles of U. S. 301 from a -'- year history, attendance at the annual meeting of Clay

I him in a phony business Ij_ point 0.25 mile south of the Electric Cooperative at Ke;pstone Heights next Thurs-

deal.Deputy Sheriff Bradford-Clay County line I day is expected to set new, records. ,
Willard Williams -
said northeast to the Duval County Previous annual meetin igs have attracted an aver-
Tuesday that Vasco H *
line at :
I The bid '
Mitchell reported that two un- was 898987. age of 2,500 REA consume ers and visitors, but this

dentified Negroes bilked him S. M. Wall Company of % __ year Clay Electric official:s: are operating on a "your

f of his life's vings in the old Gainesville was apparent low __ guess is as good as ours" basis in preparing for the

J film-flam game that' calfc for.I I- --- ---- __ :1 ... ,-- 1-1:; bidder at $222,790 on two ___ri free fish fry and, other tr.aditional; attractions that

the victim.vo put up money in; Bradford have always made these gatherings a gala holidaywho
County projects totaling ; ,
order to share in the find of Construction To Begin On New Florida BankPictured 6.870 miles of hardsurI event.
borne fabulous I
sum. was relieved of his
facing on the Dedan Church Featured speaker at the afternoon Co-op

Mitchell said the two Ne- above is the architect's, conception ,of the new gray brick, and plate glass building will front on Jefferson Road from SR 18 east of I session will be State i job several weeks ago on

1 groes ,approached him on a I home of the Florida Bank at Starke which will be under Brooker to SR 18 at Graham: I Senator Fred O. [Bud] Dickinson -i! charges of "insubordination"and
1 downtown parking lot and told construction here within the next few days. Street.ith extenshe!! parking area. on the north, and east and the Willie Reddish road, of West Palm Beach, I j i "flagrant violation of policy
him of a white man finding portions of the block. west of Lawtey chairman of The Florida No. 76" seeks the seat of
$2,100, a diamond ring and The !site! (comprised! of the entire block between the connecting incumbent S.
The Caldwell-Seott Engineering Construction Co. of I S125 and S225. Council of 100 and a reason-
some bonds in a telephone : First Baptist and First Methodist Churches, with the ex- Middleburg.In .
Work has started on mov- ably sure candidate for Governor -
4 booth. The white of Woman's Club Jacksonville is the contractor, and Starratt & Ssklof of
man wantedto ception property) has been cleared, ready
in statements
1964. press
ing buildings from the new Sen. Dickinson He was an unsuccessful ,
share his find with them I for foundation work to begin. The handsome black granite, fort Pierce are the architects. I right-of-way of U. S. 301 candidate, but a has claimed that Co-op rates

the Negroes told Mitchell. through Clay County. The Efforts To Add strong contender for the office can be reduced and says his
k The two had seen Mitchell At Budget Hearing i in 1960. bid for office is based
Fair Highland Zoo has already on a
had a lot of mony with him May 28 Is New Associa.tion,moved to a new temporary In Fla. If attendance records are desire to bring to the boarda

when he went into the store To Get Land.At I location at O.ay's place three ,Industry i|: broken, however, it will be Co- knowledge of Co-op affairs
to purchase a few groceries.He Trial Date 301 1 Improvement From MaxvilleTo ; gained during 12 of
told Williams he miles farther north on 301.1 Told ChamberState op politics, and not'forthcoming years em-
was going Work state ployment there.
also started this week I politics, that turns
to put his wife into the For AddisonMay on cutting off that portion I the trick. Three Co-op directors At a nominating meeting

"hospital and had the moneywith Baldwin Asked By Duval l BoardThe of the Carson Griffis store at Senator Fred O. [Bud] I will be elected for held in Middleburg last month,
him for
that The Dickinson of West Palm
purpose. An agreement was reachedat Highland, which projects onto I three-year terms, and in two Jennings received 163 votesto
two Negroes Mitchell reported 28 has been set as the Beach, chairman of the State
a meeting here Mondayfor the widened right-of-way. of the districts vigorous cam- Baker's 50. Both names
Tuesday morning, offered new trial.date for DeWitt four-laning of U. s. 301 by-pass Callahan, making a two state agencies to deed Mr. Griffis said he would Council of 100, described the paigns have been waged to will appear on the ballot next
him a ride home in their car Addison and Rudolph John from the, Clay line at' 'curve north of ;methods of this new approachto
c County sleeping town several acres of property at continue to operate temporari-I unseat the incumbents.In Thursday as district nominees.
and on the way they talked Pavlas for the slaying of Florida Maxville to U. S. 90 at Bald-j instead of' the present right- the Starke State" Farmers ly in the portion of the build- bringing new industry to District 1 [Clay County. Another
to him about the phony busi- Highway Patrolman Ed- win was included in the'pri- angle turn in the business dis Market tj the Bradford County ,Florida at a meeting of the D. spirited race has
ing that is left until he can Anthony [Tony] Baker, developed in District 9 [Fort
ness deal. The pair wjh J. Gasaue last October 26. Starke-Bradford County
apparently ority list of 14 major projects trict. : Fair Association J use as build a new store directly behind -
fleeced 'him of the $1,000 Judge A. W. Graessle Jr. set submtted by the Duval 'Coun-'I, Road Board member Ralph a fairgrounds.The ? his present location. Chamber of commerce board Band Contest McCoy area John] where Norka the is incumbent

either on the way home or on the new trial date last week, I here Monday. opposed
ty Commiisiori at, thf: nudget Powers told the delegationthat meeting was attendedby The four-laning of 301 will
by Angus Hastings, 35-
the way back to town and sub- after postponing a previous meeting of the' State Road Department ;. no action, has.been takenso 1,. H. Lewis, director of require right-of-way at High- Dickinson quoted President'I!Called Best Yet year-old farmer, USDA meat

stituted papers in place of the date when attorneys for the in Lake City'recent-, far concerning relocation State Farmers Markets Commissioner land to be widened from its Kennedy as saying in his : grader, and real estate de-
$20 bilk.] Mitchell ,had the two men omplained about a at Miami last Saturdaythat I
ly. of the highway when improved. of Agriculture Doyle present 66 feet to approxi- speech DirectorsSeventeen veloper. At the nominating
money in an envelope In a television news report con- The inclusion of the projecton He added however, that Conner, Lt. Col. Reid Cliftonof mately 184 feet. The highwaywill "Florida is in positionto By meeting Hastings bested Nor-
loose, coat pocket. cerning lie detector tests given the of 301 develop the most vigorous
four-laning is
the Duval County prioritylist one the Florida Highway Pa- be relocated for mostof ka 66 to 52, and both names
When the trio arrived back .the defendants in connec- is encouraging to 301- of the top priority aims of the ,trol. The Fair Association was its distance through Clay economy of any state in the!I high school bands will appear on the Thursday
in town they parked in the tion with another crime. The boosters since this is the first present administration and represented by its officers: R. union." The speaker recommended -. and three orchestras composedof ballot.
.same lot and sent Mitchellto defense attorneys maintained time the Duval Commission 'that the- road _"department H. County leaving the present the establishment of 1,094 students performedon
Mclntire president; G. T. .
a garage to find the white the' television newscast might has' taken public action hopes to have it four-laned route about a quarter of anile an American Space Institute Bradford Field,in the District In District 8 IMicanopy
any Huggins vice president; A. J.Thomas .
man who reportedly wantedto prejudice jurors against Addison toward improvement of this from the Georgia line to CitraJbyjearly Jr., secretary; and F. north of Highland, and 'in the state to help train the 'Band Contest with a area] the incumbent C. M.
share his loot for the right and Pavlas and make,t it. of''highway.' .19&S, 4**P, *".. v : following- 'the' SAL "skilled. worker. who would be large crowd looking on Satur- Smith has gone unchaUeng]
neglect6d.jstretchT' br railroad
: fS. Smith.tcbairmag 'vttoe: so far and his 'name is t I
price. Mitchell ,couldn't find ,difficult. 16 obtain a f aij trial. > ;.' : > ede9'in the forthcoming day night.
Although the Duval COmmission grounds comqultefr"An track ,returning the
... : north.. ... only one that will asa
the white man, ,returned to foe Addlsdn! formerly of Lake < : 'sp ce-age developments that 'According to Bradford High I appear
parking lot. and" -the two'J Negroes Butler and Pavlas, of Hialeah did not assign any Students Sustain agreement was reached 'present route A- mile south will revolutionize Florida's'economy Band Director Elden Mathews 1 candidate on the print J
priority to its 14 major request t ,that about six acres of the : ballot from his district. Nominations -
of-Maxville. most
had disappeared.: He were the quarry in a mas- in the next ten'yara. band directms from other -
in for projects, it is believedthe Minor Injuries market property and a small Dickinson said that the contest may be made from
then checked the envelope sive manhunt conducted The re-routing: was doneat I Senator schools thought
his pocket and discovered his several days, in this area ater'tl State Road Department piece of the Highway Patrol the request of National some use should be,found for this year one of the best ever the floor next Thursday, how
money was gone. e State Trooper was murdered. uill look with favor on the When Auto FlipsFive I property'would be deeded to Camp Blanding in the space- held and enjoyed their stayin ever.Baker
Williams said the two con They' finally'escaped from 301 project because of Governor the Fair Association in the Lead Company who gave the race and advised the CC Starke. has challenged some

men were driving either a 57 the area in a truck stolen Farris Bryant's announced near future. right-of-way. for the new board to let .him have more,. The 77 member Starke I of the procedures used at previous -

Pontiac or Bulck with an ivory from, the Ira Wilson home objective of fourlaningthis Bradford High School Directors of the Fair Association route in return for having the complete information on the band won its share of honors Co-op elections, partic.

bottom and light blue top. southeast of Starke. highway all the way,from students received minor Injuries will meet soon to highway closed through its I faculties offered there. with six superiors, the highest ularly the practice he says

One was described by Mitchellas Georgia! to Citra in Marion their last Friday night when make plans for raising match- property between Highlandand I The Council of 100 is composed rating and three excellents, has been followed in the pastof

tall (about 6 feet! and I. Berries Show County during his administration. speeding automobile ing funds for the constructionof I i of 100 prominent Flo- second highest rating. The handing out ballots at the
went of
out control and Maxville. The
was company
light complexioned. The other Few Adverse Effects' permanent buildings on the ridians, each of whom con- bands do not compete against time of registration several
was 5-8 and dafk-skinned. So far as is known the Du totally demolished, Highway fairground site. The associa- purchased the property several tributed $1,000 to the organization each other but are rated individually hours in advance of the actual

From Late Cold val Commissioners have not Patrol Trooper L. N. Fowler tion has arranged to borrow years ago with the expecta- for the purpose of promoting by judges. Ratingsin balloting. He has requested

Starke FFA TeamIs ..".. yet passed the resolution thatis reported. $5,000 from the Bradford tion of future mining in the I Florida industry-wise. descending order are super- changes which he says would

Showing little adverse effects needed before the work of Injured were Betty Jean Al- County Development Author- area for ilmenite.President Dickinson said that effortsare ior, excellent, good, fair, and prohibit any one person placing
18th In State from the late March acquiring the necessary right- len, 16, Lonnie Eugene Tet- ity and would like to obtain made to interest industryin more than one ballot Ibis

On Dairy JudgingA cold, Bradford County straw- of-way is started.U. stone 18 and Juanita Draw- $20,000 more by July 1, the Florida as a whole, and poor.The BHS band was rated : own] in the ballot box.
dy, 18, all of Brooker and I Names I
berry fields yielded 7,126 flats deadline for obtaining match-
S. 301 was also under not any specific location in excellent in concert music and Registration of Co-op mem
three member team during the period March 6-13, discussion when the Nassau William Steve Nipper 16, ing state funds.Housewife. Conner To Food the state. superior in sight reading and bers will begin at 9:30: a. m.
and Ancil Councis I
composed of the Starke Brad and were sold at the Starke The speaker was introducedby marching.Head Thursday and entertainmentwill
County delegation appeared at Jr., both of Starke. All suffered
ford FFA chapters placed 18th market for' $18,041.44. Aver- Boss For Peace Council Jerome Johns,' chamber majorette Cookie Mat- be provided during the
age price per flat during the the SRD hearing in Lake bruises and abrasions except hews rated and the Florida
out of 137 teams in Florida in president. was superior morning by Boys
dairy cattle judging at the weekS was $2.53. City. Nassau CommissionerJim Ancil Tetstone' who also I Chamber Told In Commissioner of Agriculture Janet Hardy excellent in twirl Quartet of Pensacola. well-

State Fair in Tampa. on So far this season, the Thomas of Callahan said shoulder sustained a dislocated right Doyle Conner has been Bill! Pridgeon ing. The majorette ensembleof known radio and TV gospel
according to Fowler.
February 10.Members market here has handled 10- that rumors have arisen that Meet"The appointed by President Ken- Cookie Mathews, Martha singers. Another feature dur.
of the team were 247 flats for a return to grow- The mishap occurred at approximately Marketing nedy to serve on the American Joins Johns'Insurance Long Joann Mobley, Harriet ing the morning will be elec*

Don Brandes, Carl Rhoden, ers of 26714.93 at an average the highway, when converted 9 p.m. on the Food for Peace Council. Staff Harper, and Janet Hardy also trical demonstrations by Brad

I AU'-J .!Otaira.:.....,... .Ton-all.....-... U A ttxim-..-- price of $2.602 per flat. from two to four lanes will Edwards Loop southwest of housewife is the boss," This advisory group was received a superior rating. ford County 4-H Club Girls,
A from Starke last,year won the Starke, about .4 miles east of was the message that four officials established by President Ken-I Bill Pridgeon a native of I Superior ratings were also and the Alachua County i-ll

state championship in beef F'r.. 'r' where the Peggy railroad of Winn-Dixie broughtlast nedy last May to serve a j Trenton and a former employe given the local band's brass Club Boys.

a and swine judging at the i ;t track crosses the ,secondary Friday night at a Cham- three-fold purpose in: counseling -I of the insurance department I sextet and clarinet quartet. After the noon fish fry, the
date fair. 0', paved road. Fowler estimatedthe ber of Commerce sponsored with the Food for Peace j I of the Florida Farm Bureau, The sextet is composed of.. annual business meeting is

The FFA chapter from -_ speed of the 1956 Ford meeting on marketing problems director. developing public '' is now associated with the John Scott, Steve Edwards scheduled for 1 p. m. Electionof

-4 Monticello High School won coach, owned by Nipper who in the Starke Elementary understanding of the program j Charley E. Johns Agency, arriving -' Jim Jones, Becky Dinkins, directors wUl take place at

the state championship- School cafetorium. and enlisting agricultural and i here last week. Mr. : Ward Bessette and Richard this time. Senator Dickinsonwill

- year and will compete with was also driving, at about 75 Composing the panel were industrial support for the attack -I I Pridgeon is a graduate of the Waite. The clarinet quartet is speak after the business

the next nine teams in the mph as it rounded the hair- fl1n_. .. W'VM.. _.-. r---rmhlir -relft--- on world hunger. University of Florida. (Continued on Page 6)) 6ession.BradfordCoup .

state at the University jof pin curve traveling west in ap- lions;' Ike Gordy director of '" ,.,; t II.

_i Florida on April 7 to which .. proximatey the middle of the field buying; Bill Chism, mem-, i'-;.. .
team will represent Florida. In I ber of the field buying team;
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the National FFA Judging loop.According anu rci/c: LU.iULWU.,' \iU.w
to Fowler
Contest at the American the car of advertising; all of the
Royal Livestock, Show in .. had rounded the first turn in Winn-Dixie: organization.. .The

Kansas City next October. the hairpin curve but was going speakers were introduced by

too fast to make the second. Jerome Johns, chamber president. -

T'URKEYSUPPER ; The car went off the left
The speakers said that modern -
hand side of the road and methods of mass produc- _3ftJ IIi1_ ____I

skidded 281 feet on its side be- tion of farm products call for

With All.The. fore hitting a light pole. Im new methods of mass distribution _

pact'of the light pole the and mass marketing.
TrimmingsFriday They said that products offer-
A trooper said, spun the car
t March 16 ed for sale in modern "massdisplays"
partially around and sent it -
5:30: 7:30 P.M. :! Jaycees George W. Roberts Jr. and Abe Abercromble, president must be of uniformtop L '
skidding 57 feet before hitting quality in order to satis- I ___ -
Bosser in adjustIng
Southside School assist Starke Police Chief William _
I a pine tree which turnedit fy the'demands fthediscz1m- I
: new safety belts installed in city police cars.
I CafetoriumAdults upside down. lusting housewife who spendsthe "
Bamest. *iiiiiiBigaa ai* yuwt* n --* k Mil IIB-*-
$1.25Children At Reduced Price After hitting the pine the family's food budget.
Gordy''said that supermarket ; Missi I
iJ 75c Ford skidded 22 feet on its warehouses.. are eetttns Goes On Industry
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Sponsored By Young I Jaycees Sell Auto Seat Belts top. in the opposite direction "harder and harder to 'PIS -

Adults of First Christian that it had been traveling, and that the quality factor- is Florida Development Commission Commission to Florida com ty's new Development Ao-, gether.

I Over 100 automobile safety with local service stations to Fowler said. Nipper was "the thing" that must be Chairman-Director I munities in efforts to obtain thority, and Industrial Park. Seated from left] are:

- Church i belts have been sold by the install the belts for an additional charged with failure to have watched in today's merchandising. Wendell Jarrard [right] Is new industries. The delegation found the Norman Willis, R. H. Mcln

Starke Jaycees since last Saturday $1. : seen explaining his agency's Starke-Bradford County Commission members most tire, H. B. Peyton, H. A.
his vehicle
,, according to George W. The safety belts may be pur- control. Tne*speakers predicted that industrial program to a large Chamber of Commerce President cooperative, and were impressed Bishop, Jr., Carl Johns
This Space, Contributed Roberts Jr., chairman of the chased by contacting any Jay- 'The window posts were the small producers of this delegation of Bradford County Jerome Johns asked the with the promotion work and Starke Mayor Randal

Weekly to Publicize project. cee or at the North Florida probably all that saved them," ares: will be able to' stay in citizens who made an "in- Commission's! aid In reachingthe being carried on in Tallahas Chltty. standing ll-rl; Richard

-I Community Events by The Jaycees are selling the Supply on Brownlee Street Fowler stated. adding that "A business, in, spite of comPetition dustrial pilgrimage" to the local group's announced see. They were told that the N. Brock of the Develop

belts for $4.50 each, less than owned by Jaycee C. W. Col- hard-top would not have stood from the mass producers,' state capital last week. goal of "at least one new Industry outlook for new industry in ment Commission! J. P. Jau

The Community half price If the purchaser Installs son, who is storing them. up under that strain." if they organize'and pool their ,The local group was seeking during 1962." The Florida is good, but that obtaining don, Jerome Johns, Rep. A.
>*--fa*.viW them himself. Roberts production. They said, however closer liaison with the Commission Commission was given complete an industry is not a J. Thomas Jr., C. O. Terwill-

State Bank says the same belts usually I According to Roberts the "They sure were lucky," the that under today's system and more complete information concerning one-man job: requiring the I egar, S. L. Peek Jr.. Jack Tra-

retails Jor about $10. Arrange sale will continue through trooper added. of mass marketing, the information on the services Bra ford'a industryttraotiqg best efforts of many people in. wick, W. XL Maxwell, and Mr.

ments have also been made I I next week. [Continued On Face Six] and facilities offered by the] assets, Inclunbig the coun the coflansBity working to, Jaitard. ,- _


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Mr.:and Mrs.. T.'C. Hill observed Freeman Register, Jr., pres- '' i Family entertainment is- Mr. and Mrs. Marion Wil--

; their,64th wedding an- ident of the Starke Rotary Fd featured with many appealing liam Thornton, Starke, a son,

[niversary'recently with a one- Club, Mrs. Register Judge and attractions for the children. Kirk Marion Mar. 7.

Ii week stay in Jamaica, makingthe Mrs. T. A. Yawn, Mr. and "The Magic Toy Box" with Mr. and Mrs. Henry D.
trip by from Tampa. Robert' Bar) dale. Guy I
plane Mrs. skating animals is one of the Perry, Melrose, a daughter

);Ir. and;Mrs. A.. G, Loudon ;Andrews, and Junius M. Smith "i. many acts that will delightthe Wendy Denise, Mar. 9.

GLADYS ',MOOTY PHONE 964-0651 and son, Sonny, visited Mr. Attended the District. 694 Con- I"; young people. I
Mr. and Mrs. Brad
'and Mrs. Frank Weaver in leiencepf Rotary International k1 ; Evening performances start(;
Jacksonville, the
Wjlliston} on Sunday.Leonard ,held at the Robert Meyer |1 LI announce
u at 8 Tuesday through
Mrs. L. : pjn.
Hutto last Edwin Dale,
spent of
i Brian Williams underwent a : ,'i birth a son.
l' F. Smith was call- Hotel. in Jacksonville Sunday
while three shows
Friday are
week in Jacksonville with Mr.' :tonsllectomy last Friday in I :$ born Mar. 10 in St. Vincent's
I ed to Warsaw Irtd. Saturdaymorning I through Tuesday. I scheduled Saturday at 1.
i and Mrs.-Brad Locke and Mr. :Bradford on Hospital. Mrs. L. S Hutto of
County Hospital. _
due to the illness of Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr., and _
I 5 and 8:45: p.m.
and p.m.
Mrs. pan.
Gerle.Mr Starke is the gl't'at-grand-
Mrs. ..
J. B. Sapp, Mrs. W. Smith.
his sister, Miss Mabel John a Torode attended the .4w Final Sun-
and :Mrs. M. C. Wells B. Mundy. and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. S- A. Wentling i j Democratic fund-raising: din-4uer day are performances scheduled on for 1p.m. mother.: .

it re overnight :guests Saturday Gay Sale were Sunday dinner returned to their home in :j in Miami Beach Saturday .
!: 5 Tickets for
-of Mr.: and Mrs. A. T. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud and p.m- I J 'f.i :--_
Palmyra. Pa. last Friday after night, at which President _children under 1are half' i :. .. :: '
Qerle in Jacksonville and attended Monk in Gainesville.Mrs. j _
visit with Mr. Sand
the Burns Blitzer's.Jiirthday three weeks : Kennedy was a guest 1 1'I !. price at the 5 pja.shows./ I .
A. E. visited -
McKinney The li' k''sta ---
Graudon. | -
and Mrs.' Fred ;,,speaker. :Mr Torode, a mem- I Tickets are on sale at the I
party at the Coliseumfor Mrs. Jetty Hazen in Gainesville visitors Oceans of Hot WaUrl
Graudons also had as fiber( of the State Racing Com- r Coliseum and the downtown I
Mayor Burns. '
last Thursday.Mr last Wednesday to Friday, in Miami,, from
'!mission was box office in Hemming Park.
w Mr. and Mrs Floyd Ritch of and Mrs. H- H. Joinerof Wentling and Tony 1 attending I' /Yep/une
Stanley to Tuesday
All seats in the Coliseum are
Gastonia, N. C. and Mr. and Winter Garden were over- Manna of New York City. I sessions of the commission.. reserved. i ii i!
Mrs. S. E., Ritch of Gaines- ,i
night guests Monday of Mr. .
Mrs. Henrietta Hunt was Recent guests of Mr. and 1dirs. 1 GAS WATER HEATERSChildren's
; L .
ville were last Wednesday and Mrs. W. S. Haas. .. .. ... I '
admitted to Bradford County A.. Mr. u- ;- .. 7 "'- \,
L. Wynn were >ot'7.: ,
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evening dinner guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jeffords with ----L.' . "' : :" > ) Juvenile JudgeS ,
Hospital on : Sr. :
and Mrs. Jack Williamson
.Daisy>.and Mrs.Ferryman.. Jim Ritch, and Mrs. j and Mrs. J. O. Hunnicutt of pneumonia.Miss ,of Cerro Gordo N. C., and I From left: Mrs. Houpt,. Mrs Moncrief, lUre Moncrief, Mrs. Patray; Dr. Houpt. 1 I I eaks.:To. .. -

High Springs were Sunday Amelia Rappold, a. -

-Attending the Gainesville guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Baptist Missionary -from- New :ilrs.Anna M.Alexander__Clemons of and Jackson-Mrs. Doctors Hospital Owners And Employees T-_ -i__ I Group I. ",511: IMoximaaCffeieftc

...District Youth Rally at the Huggins. to her -- uu I 1X ice Show .
La, returned
..First Methodist: Church, RD-3 and Mrs. Charles R. 'Orleans home *Wednesday after amonth's ville. of Celebrate 1 10th Anniversary DinnerDr. I Will Exhibit I Juvenile Court Judge ,Walter I ,....
Walter Murphy, director
-Gainesville., Saturday evening Durkee and daughter of S. Criswell of Jacksonville I
?, visit ,with Mrs. W. public relations of the Ford and. Mrs. Calvin J. predation for their continuedand I I
at the
tr, were Harriet ..Loudon .Betsy Charleston. S. C. were visit- Mundy and Southern TouchA was guest speaker "
Matthews Bt Mundy. Mrs. \ Motor Company, Detroit, Mich. Houpt,. owners and operatorsof Bradford .
Gerry Beth Mooty, ing her parents, Mr.,and Mrs. last Thursday faithful service. I monthly meeting of the '
spent "
her guest the Terwillegar \
Jackie Hines. Rev, John Brab- Carl Johns, from Monday to in St. Augustine yisiting'.MIMnR1A.M. was a visitor, at Wednes- Doctors Hospital celebrated Mrs. Patray had with her Southern touch will climax County Children's Committee (
:Motor dealership i
-*ham, and Mrs: Luis Diaz' fle Thursday. ,Mr. Durkee has the tenth anniversary of the I the 17th edition of Holi- in the Southside School .
and Mrs. I
.. : and Col. week. Mr. Murphyhad on this occasion her five sons I Ire
_.. ---- ---- --- --- day of last f
-Arr---. I I.>"''II. just returned from seven hospital with a partY..for their day on Ice now showing in the cafetorium at noon Monday
H, C. Wall: short and their wives ,Dr. ,
been conducting a : and Mrs.
Mrs. C. L. Scholl attended employees in the Pecan Roomof Jacksonville Coliseum
months tour of duty in the Mrs. B. J. Brown through "If we don't lick this rising
Mr., and ;- course at the University of the Garden Restaurant Bill Patray. and Mr_and Mrs. i.'tar
.the Midyear! Conference of Mediterranean. .of at March 18.The tide of delinquency I am a- WJffaat
Jr., arid. Mrs. J. M. Simms '
the U. S. Civil .Defense WATCHES HALF PRICE. last Florida, and was 7 p-m. Saturday, March 3. Ronald Patray, Gainesville. ;; spectacular finale of fraid there won't be much left ?
DeFuniak Springs were here Leon EccnoafWwrpro ,
his visit by Gas-Sarha
-Council in 'Washington D. C. Buy now for Mothers' Day, Friday :visitors .of. Judge ,and Capps of the Jacksonville district -I The tables were beautifully Mr. and Mrs. Gene Patray, the world famous show is worth fighting for in a coupleof Compgp+dM

on Monday and Tuesday. Father's Day and Graduation Mrs.,E. K. Ferryman and Mr! office. decorated in .pink and silver Statesboro, Ga.; and Mr. and: "Southland USA" depicting a generations," the well- l. bJC'"

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rawson Gifts, at Bullington's Studio and Mrs. .1>:Ar Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sieffer- with the .placecards and an- Mrs. Don Patray, and Mr..and' riverboat cruise down the known jurist told his listeners. -

Jonas of Hornell, N.: Y. were and Gift Shop. Mr. and Mrs., L. A. Davis man of Tampa spent the niversary cakes carrying out Mrs. Art Patray of Starke. Mississippi, melodically set to 30GAL. CAPACITY
: 'a eeke ffi guests of Mrs. Lucile the same color scheme and
Mrs. Nelson]; Green and were in Jacksonville Monday: weekend with Mr. and Mrs. The two daughters of Mr. strains of familiar Southern Judge Criswell also described -
Dollarwise I It's )
T. Davis. Mrs. Davis also had and showing the tenth an- (
family visited Gilbert H. visiting Judge E. K.,,Perryman :Merritt Williams. and Mrs. Moncrief and their tunes. the work of the Florida .
: as Sunday guests. Mr. and niversary of the hospital. .
Barker and Mr. and Mrs. A. who underwent, surgery in 'w. and families were invited, but Mrs. The Glamour-leers and Ice- Juvenile Court Foundation I
Strickland Water
Mrs. C. Heat Your
Mrs. Rufus J. Tatum of Jack Mrs. Nora Patray Mrs. Eu-
i r that morn- which is dedicated to the service '
Hospital Robert attired in
A. Quarterman and family in Riverside Miami Underill and her fam- Squires dazzling
sonville. Mrs. Vernon Dyalof nice Moncrief, and J. H. Mon- 'i iI
Jacksonville Sunday ing, and also Mrs..T. H. Slade ily of Melbourne were unableto costumes skate along the and salvage of Florida
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. '
Mrs. Erma Wilburn of crief were,honored at the WITH GAS
lasThursday par- children who require the
Mendoza and who underwent surgery attend due to illness in the levee, as oversize hoop skirts, I protection
,Louisville, Ga. is spending sev- Mrs. Thelma T Thomas. this week. ty for their ten of
service -
: St. Vincent's % years or guidance of the i
in I family. Mrs. Steve Walker parasols, plumes, canes, and a
eral weeks with her daughter, Miss Gloria Johns of Jacksonville Mrs. Ernest Cowart of with the hosDitat< state. He was introduced by The fast economical
Hospital. and her husband and children paddle-wheeled river boat add
Mrs. B.- L. Moxley Jr and were Sunday visitors of.I Recent guests of Mr. and Nocatee spent the weekend Mrs. Patray Joined the nurs- from Ft. Lauderdale were to the imaginative setting. Rev. S. E. Sparks, who arranged -11 waySlade -
Miss Annie Darby and :Mrs.
family. Mrs. with her daughter Mrs. C. T. ing staff shortly after the hospital the ,
Mrs. L. F. Smith were present, however. Last program.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle : Carrie Ritch. York Whittle, and family opened on March 5,1952,' year more than 40,000
of New City
S. S. Field Dr. and Houpt -
Mrs. Jacksonville
: went to Waycross Ga. on Mr.,, And Mrs. Henry Sellers of Bre- Ben Rowland who is con- and Mr and Mrs. Moncrief area en- Gas
of St. Louis, Mo. were Mrs. Harry their appreciation to the joyed Holiday.on Ice at the I Recent Births I
Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Hanna vard, N. C., and Mrs. Ray fined in the Bradford County joined the staff within a few
: Byron Newcomb and family last week visitors of Mr. and Palm Beach Hospital following a heart attack months after the opening date. many other employees for Coliseum and advance sales I'

r and Mrs,J.F. Robb. Mrs. W. S. Haas and S. W. ,Mathews.of West Smith. two weeks ago, is improv- Mrs. Moncrief has been super- their faithful service also. indicate that even more than Bradford County Hospital I of' Starke.

I Mrs.. Pat Cauffman and Haas. .daughters of Mrs. visor of nurses and Mr. Mon- Approximately 45 people that will attend the 1962 edition announces the following 'f
Lamb has -
: daughter.;,.Debbie, spent Sat- Mrs. Clara Kehr and Miss Mrs. a Victor position as manager accepted ing.Mrs.. H. A. White of Bronsonwas crief has been employed as attended this observance. of the show. .births: < -

: urday and Sunday Daytona Markleyann Johns of Orlandowere of the new Jerry's Thrift Shopon visiting Mrs. Ben Rowland chief laboratory and x-ray

: Beach, as the guests of Mr. weekend guests of Sen. Call Street. Mrs. Alice Cole- from Monday to Thurs- technician. Each of these.
and Mrs. H. B. Trescott. and Mrs. Charley Johns. three employees were presented -
man is assistant manager. O -
: Jeff Torode of Gainesville Pfc W. T. Jackson Jr. of FOR FAST Dependable TV- day.G.. W. Baisden and Mrs. with a gold wrist watch by

.- spent.!Tuesday to Sunday with Fort Knox, Ky. is spending Radio repair by expert tech- Martha Holliday of Jackson- Dr. Houpt as a token of ap- i
his grandparents, Mr. andS with *
Wednesday Monday
nician, Call Bullington Appliances ville, and Mrs. R. F. Young
Mrs. W. E.Torode Jr. I I Col.! Sternberg ,
S his parents. .
964-6551. were Saturday evening supper :....., .
S- --- -- guests of Mrs. Effie Promoted To ._ ., ...-.>- ".--. .' ,- WI frlI UI
e I Johns. U
Brig. GeneralCol.
I I' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snell and

SPECIAL' I family were in Fernandina I Sternberg, son of Mr.
: over the weekend visiting Mrs. \
'and Mrs. Nat Sternberg of I
r T. J. Corbett. Daytona Beach, formerly of:

f Mr and Mrs. Randall Chism Starke, has been promoted to r

I t PURCHASE f fi i visited Edgar O'Hara on Sunday the rank of Brigadier General. ;

o i at the Lake City VA .He' is now. Director of Man- .
N. :
.Hospital. power in the, office of the ,, 1 :
\ ,
.. : h. : ,_ ,:- H .. I Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Haddock Chief of Staff for Personnel .. i...

r | : and daughter, Carol, of of the Army Department.Gen. 0

ii I II : COMPLETE LIVING ROOM GROUPING I.I Cullman, Ala. were weekend Sternberg, a native of! .

guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Starke. began his military career .., :', ...
,Haddock. with the Florida National e. .'

.- Miss Sonia Hunter of As- Guard and enlisted in the ::
At Special; ,
bury College, Wilmore, Ky. Regular Army in 1933. In 1934: Look for the

11 'was home for the spring hol- he was appointed to the U. S'! ::>k, .-- .....

: Savings Ar idays from Friday,to Wednes- Point.Military Academy at West "

day..Mr. During World War II he saw / '
..and Mrs. Roy Tenly of .EXTRA EXTRAS
service in. Africa, Sicily and / 1\
Gainesville were Sunday visit-
Europe. He won the Distin- .
I ors of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. I ,
guished Service Cross, the Silver J \
9.PIECES E Tenly and Mayor and Mrs.
; Star,.and Bronze Star. He
I! Randal Chitty. I also served in Korea with the \ in all
i! x v; e
Mrs. S. E. Simmons of Mi- 5tty Regimental 1 Combat Team. \

ii : ami was a weekend guest of i 1i 1- I '
I Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams.
A I Col. and Mrs. H. C. Wall I /

of St. Augustine had as visitors Item's double elastic'In the bock cf P LAVT E X kj
A k FloridaTheatre every Playtex $2.50 bra.;When other I
149 I during the weekend Mrs. bl'Gl\NeOt '
out first Playtex gives you
S SAVE $$4471 J, Joe Wilson, Junius Smith, \ double elastic for double the wear / ;

!!and Mr. and Mrs. Logan f

i'' Baldwin. Col. Wall left Nb : / $250 BRAS fI

I Tuesday for Walter Reed .. I
i in % ... _
Includes Hospital Washington D. .. --
: I C. for surgery. --- ---
,. Yes,you'll find extra features 1 '

: Sofa Bed and Matching Lounge Chair; Reg. $129.95 I: County Shows. t /'EXTRA.. -: r, .': #2:"\ mean extra value for your >;' .

: '. Your;Choice. of Colors Fabric or Plastic f FRI.-SAT. money when you buy any Playter ,4b
'' I
Sales Tax GainIn MAR. 1647 I \ $2.50 Bra.features that give _
: 1 Coffee Table each 'r I o.
Tables Reg. $12.95
Step -- :
extra comfort
January DOUBLE FEATURE I \ you extra fit, ; ,
: Your Choice of Mahogany, Blonde or Walnut extra long wear life. /
1 Bradford 'II I EXTRA #5
County showed a'
\ I
I the extra features that
: ,2 Table Lamps Reg.' $9.95 each healthy 30 per cent increase \
I will do the for
: Your Choice of Style and Color in ,sales tax collections for I .x I most your / \
; I figure..or all three
January 1962, over the same try

2 Throw Pillows . . Reg. 2.98 each : month in 1961. Collections for \ \ /., bras...today. ,F .-I ,

1962 bdvwvt new vndtrtift panel under .
; January were $13,150.43,
Many To Choose From i as compared with $10,138.21 in GN L AAND \ each need It cup most.give Playtex you support FoshtoivMogicBra.where you ,

I January 1961. The increase \ White. 32A to 40C $150. 0 sizes t I -/ ',
here was above the state -- $1.00 I
Shop Early and Take Advantage of this SavingsWle'We which / I
i average was 9.04 percent -' / \ TW art that com/orf band In the /
$ e I jar January 1961 over front of every Plcytex $150 bra Unlike /

January 1962.Gasoline ..... .S,/ EXTRA #3 \ \ ordlnofy bras Royfex! gives' you the I
I' : i I Ie afro comfort of bra that brtorf with I
sales in
Have A Good ,Selection- the coun-I / \ \ 'ou. /
I ty seemed to be off, however >. .
e I : as compared with 1961. The I / :
f \ I
'I< 1" "
i State Comptroller reported < ", ...- / ; ....... ."", ,
I ," 13''! :r .O'. .' : $39,893.63 hi 7-cent gasoline i -- --

WE, : I tax collection in Bradford / EXTRA -4',
: r STOCK "L"
J Fri. and Sat ONLY I County during January 1961, 4i. >'9'J .t \ r

.. I as compared with $42,426.72' Plus CartoonSUN.MON.TUES. ,- j' .
I Simmons Bedding Spring Air IRONING BOARD. PAD collected from the same source i- -. ._ ... "..j tenjottenol new dinging/ faerie in // .\' ,.' >
I in January 1961. Gas tax collections ; & WED. .::- 1Ie bock of the Playtex MosfeOing1' / .
: Bedding -, Kroehler Living Room AND COVER SETS I in the state as a MAR 18-19-20 & 21 ;': '-:; : bug jwara It olwayi stays in place, I \ i
I :
: Singer Sewing Machines [: whole showed an increase of v "'ri;;' ? :'- won 1' up.. Playtex Mogic-Cl'tng Bto./
whhs. tv, tOG S2.S0 ,
Reg. $1.95SPECIAL 6.44 per cent during this per '"oJ ;'; ..' s; / Ir I-., !
: Quaker & Seigler Heaters Sam-
f iod.i :7J. x / \ A I tCioI eofon8ocrons blend '.
jvw w -
: sonite Luggage Sandran Floor M III : ....-. ,. __ __ (exclusive of elastic) gsottanthe Ives you the J .. '. t
$$1 00 j i HETLBBONN ,. I \ coolness of feng- eorina( ;
: Covering -Easy Up Curtain Rods [ i BAPTIST CHURCH .M1- I ,i 'I i.-- ecq son featwei of Daereru Ploylex! I **Vs'v:*. "
V CottorvDocren Bra. White. 32A 4OC./
I to
a : .
e + <, ; :- .. N.isa '. / '.; fer'ft" .
Prayer Meeting Wednesdays, its J

1 7:30 P.. m. Rev. Joe Roop, t 1J i 111 : : \ /-- ; -

: 7t's A Fact You Con Do Better At" .I Sunday School 10 a. m. s"-.y. .. .'." .- "' ___ --" / ,.' -.'"" r'-#:i
Worship, 11.a. m. / :

: Training Union 6:30 p. m 4r --'

1 : Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. '

S enmark Furn ture, CO. i I, Sunday 1)30 p. School m. Evening 10 a. m.Woru M<*ilp.n-,' ......IWH BAiKSDALE S.; }!' I IL

tng Worship, 11 a. m. Surlay) mlIWIUrM' i ie I
t I Evening >Serrice. 7:45: p. m. -

J !4 m. Prayer Meeting Friday I

.. 434-446 'Y. CALL ST. ,PHONE 9644321 17:45 p. p m. "'J Qqc.twn; .iibq 111 WESt. ,CAL ST.. :*' I
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I IGLADYS' Maxine Williams Weds Jas. C. Hobbs, Jr. I Little Women Koon Couple To

II In First Christian Church CeremonyMiss I WHAT WHEN
I ; I Hold Open i III ttca ,

I Maxine Williams : j I On Golden Wedding,I AND WHERE
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al- I !
bert H.. Williams, became the !, Mr. and Mis. Jim C. Koon
MOOTY PHQNE 964-0651
bride of James C. Hobbs Jr., i'| will mark their Golden Wed- j i.I BPW club meeting, Thurs-
< son of Mr. and Mrs. James C. plans ., day, Mar. 15
8 home of
4" ding anniversary with an open pjn.
Altar Society I Hobbs, in a beautiful ceremony j house to be held at their home Mrs. Junius Smith.
1xy Thursday evening, Feb. 15. at : 'I I I II j Little Women's Club epon-
Nominates Slate I r |, urday in Waldo on Sunday, March
6:30: o'clock in .the First v .. i[,soring dessert-card party, Sat-
Of Officers Christian Church. Rev. Bob L. ;3 ,- ', -"',0 I i the '' 18, from 2 to 6 p.m. All friends {I II I:urday, Mar. 17, 7:30 p. m. Club

Badgett. performed the .;_'-J I j prize and relatives are invited toi;;|house.

St Edward's Altar Society I nuptials. Y_,.,}.,- -'llw { I i table. attend. I OES meeting, Monday, Mar.

meeting Monday evening in I Pedestal baskets of white 4 .... -,' .' t ';. An Mrs. Koon was the former .1 19, 8 p.m. Masonic Temple.
chrysanthemums and white '/ hat BHS PTA meeting, Tuesday,
the parish hall.Nominat gladioli were used at the altar, 1t' i ir Mamie Padgett of Statesboro, ,I Mar. 20, 8 p.m. Cafeteria.

rt were: presidentMrs. against a background of :_ be nI Ga. Mr. Koon was born ini 1 1i I: Starke Garden Club Silver

Warren Roach: vice- ii palms and branched candela- s Sludia S. C. and was a local i j Tea, Wednesday, Mar. 21, 3:30;

president, Mrs. Judd Fogg; era, with burning white ta- I millwright for 25 years. He I p.m., Episcopal parish house,

secretary, Mrs. Joseph Wal- pers. White satin bows markedthe a I retired In August 1958.
lace; corresponding secretary, family pews. 3.. | CARD OF THANKSThe
Mrs. Joseph Gissy; treasurer, Miss Barbara Blankenship, I i this I Mr. and Mrs. Koon were kindness and sympathyof

}' P a Mrs. Lester Humphries; altar w pianist, played the traditional : :. married at the Waldo Baptist neighbors and friends in
ed chairman, Mrs. Robbie Shal- wedding marches. U. S. parsonage by Rev. L. A. Rawls I our recent sorrow will always

a ler; assistant altar chairman, The bride, given in mar rating on March 15, 1912. I remain with us as a precious
Mrs. Richard Richards. r.I riage by her father, chose for of the I Hosts for this occasion will memory. Our sincere thanks
It was decided at this meet- her wedding a lovely white i and gratitude for all those
ing to continue with the t chiffon waltz length gown All I be their three children and comforting acts. The fainyy
ii' ;- .h making and filling of comfort over white satin. The fitted to one grandchild: Mr. and Mrs. of Goldwire B. Colson.
bags for the !i I back Donald Koon and Rita Jane '-
remainder of the bodice was fashioned with a
Sandra: Whitehead, month. Anyone wishing to g rounded neckline in front anda I i Inc. hi Gainesville, and the j:;; I Koon of St. Petersburg, Mr. I' THE RIGHT POINT for We

James R Reddish I i turn in donations with stubs Xt.tr '4r V neckline in back. Her groom is a junior in engineering i i!i and Mrs. Charley Nicholson I way you wit. Come in and
at the University of Flor- Mrs. of Santa Fe
on the tablecloth, can do soon chin-length veil of illusionwas and Mrs. Harold sleet your favorite ESTER-,

Engagement ToldMr. I any Sunday. All chairmenare .r attached to a white satin ida. 1491. ,,, Scales of Waldo. I BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE
asked to have their yearly band. She carried a white I __ GRAPH.
I and Mrs. J. B. White- j i report ready for the April a c ayb .q. Bible topped with a cascade I
head announce the engagement i j meeting. 4Gx arrangement of white carna
of their daughter, San- I tions and lilies of the valley

dra, to James R. Reddish, son Betsy Matthews I I I with long white satin stream- I
of Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. 'I
Reddish | Hostess AtBirthday Joseph E. Frith Weds Miss Josie MazeIn ers.Mrs.. William R. McClendon I -

The marriage will take I Luncheon!; First Baptist Ceremony SaturdayThe served as matron of honor, I
4 place at 8 pjn. Friday April i\ wearing a lovely orchid dacroni
20, in the Pine Level Baptist ', Betsy Matthews was host- f! First Baptist Church' med with Alencon lace!!i i full-skirted formal dress. The

Church.All I',I ess at a delightful luncheon fl I was the setting for a beauti- motifs, and centered the back:': bodice featured a rounded I

friends and relatives are |'ilast 13th Saturday birthday celebrating anniversary.her i j, ful wedding Saturday evening, : of the waistline with a bow' neckline, three-quarter length I :pa
I i j i I II March 3, at 8 o'clock when. sleeves, and dainty lace edging ,
The with motifs of lace trimmed in
invited. E L. Matthews home I I I
down the front. The orchid
'I. Miss Josie Maze, daughter of II I t
was attractive for the occasion -i Mrs. Arvie Lee Maze, became pearls. Her triple layered satin band at" the waistline ,

I with arrangements. of pink |I the bride' of Joseph E- Frithof French silk illusion veil was i was embroidered with orchid .
and white azaleas. The luncheon v
Jacksonville. Rev. L. D. secured to a coronet of cul-I flowers. She carried a cascade

1pi(1FLA. lovely table embroidered was overlaid. cutwork witha I Haines of Altamont Springs I tured pearls. She carried a| arrangement of lavender chry- ,,
performed the ceremony.The I | santhemums. I
cloth and centered Bible two white
with a I I white with i Wilbur Barry of Gaines-
altar of the church was
white birthday cake decorated]. enhanced with three; pedestal j orchids: showered with car- ; ville, brother-in-law of the I xlsue.I
with 'pink rose buds Pastel, baskets of white gladioli, !nations anc oaoy Dreath. i groom, served as best man, I
FRI.-SAT. i place cards marked the seating I mums, pompoms and baby Mrs. Maze chose for her and the ushers were Edward ,
16-17 I yj 1/i/ TOWNt
MARCH nine guests.arrangement Pink nut for the at breath, against a background daughter's wedding a pink Williams and Richard Hobbs, tj
DOUBLE FEATURE each place setting held dainty of branched candelabra with I Alencon lace dress over pink brothers of the bride and ,, '
burning white tapers, and ; groom.
i .I,
candies. satin with matching accessories -
Everything Ducky attired
palms. Mrs. Williams was .
,Mrs. Matthews was assisted and purple orchid
a I in a blue satin and chiffon s
-PLUS- in.serving. by her daughter Miss Charlene Hardy, organ- s .,
| Mrs. John M. Miller, and ist, rendered nuptial music.I corsage. 1 I dress. ,r

The Gomanchers' r;; her mother, Mrs. W. E. Mid- as the guests assembled and I The reception was held in I II !I blue Mrs.taffeta Hobbs sheath wore dress a light witha LI iI ) I

dieton. accompanied Mrs. Randal i the educational building, iti j ,
Cartoon I blue taffeta cummerbund.
I ._ Chitty, the soloist. I where floor baskets of white
1 I
Miss Rosa Lee Hines kept i/i
UDCChapter Charles E. Burkhalter served ;;
SUN..MON.-TUES. I I English stock, gladioli, mums! the bride's book. 4a
best and ushers ,
as man : Aw
MAItCH 18 19.20't Meets. Wednesday : ;i and baby breath, were used ;i After a short wedding trip
; were Sidney Griffis Jr. and
t I in decorating. The bride'stable to Jacksonville Beach, Mr. .
DOUBLE FEATURE. The W; T. Week's chapter Billy Dampier. !
f I I and Mrs. Hobbs are making
j I i U, D. C. met Wednesday afternoon i Mrs. Hollis McCullough attended ,!| was covered with a :I| their home at 736 N. E. 2nd $
The Hustler ,j I. at last-week at 'the <<; the bride as matron of II white satin cloth edged with J i j! street in Gainesville. i; c.
home .of Miss Madge Mid honor and the bridesmaids lace, placed over a fun' bouffant -f The bride- '''is employed at >
-..PLU&i I i I dIe ton with Mrs E. L. Mat were Miss Annette Sheppard''' floor length..skirt. At Watson and Ellett Insurance \i Jqp' I
The Happy, Thieves;thews as ,co- oste&'S. and Miss Neta Corbin. All focal points, the' cloth was 1] J
i| Mrs. L. G. Powell, in charge ': the attendants were, gowned caught up with nosegays of ;; !Mrs. Jimmy HobbsIs I 11 >s x.y
Plus CartoonWED..THURS. of the program, read a story I i alike in turquoise nylon organ- bridal roses and "carnations. )
from the book "Women of the dy.over taffeta featuring fit-j The beautiful bridal cake was Honored .
., .,. South in War Time.". .! ted 'bodices and full skirts. i'. flanked on either side by At Bridal l ShowerMrs. <
During the business meet- They wore matching shoes silver candelabra which held
| rlk
MARCH\ 21-22 ; t' / I
ing, presided over by the vice-j tI and.carried nosegays of yellow I! white tapers and were centered I Jimmy Hobbs, a recent -
DOUBLE FEATURE i president. .!Miss, :Middleton.j carnation daisies. [I with epergnettes filled I bride, was honored at a ..

j the resignation of Mrs. E. K. ,! The bride, given in marriage ( with florets of white English lovely bridal shower! Tuesday .
The Tall Men f
!I Perryman as president was 'II by her brother. John stock and carnations. evening in the First Christian
read. Miss Middleton will The circular punch table Church fellowship hall. Host- B.
take; J. Maze, selected a gown of .
, ,
PLUS /y l
I over as president for the re- silk peau de soie with a ,was covered with a white esses for the affair were Mrs. \ I

: Blood And Roses mainder of the club year. basque bodice, the scooped satin cloth, similar to the j Margaret Blankenship, Mrs.
I A dessert course was served I neckline was edged with lace bride's table and was centered Wesley Andrews, Mrs. Ed Pre- ,' { } l
Plus Cartoon I by the hostesses during the I and overlaid with pearls. The with a: crystal punch bowl. vatt, Mrs. Smith DeVoe, Mrs. >
social hour. The only decoration was a.i. Charlie Cowen, Mrs. Rosebell
chapel- length train was trim- I
cascading arrangement of ; Tomlinson Mrs .Ira Wilson, A.I
I bridal roses and carnations. and Mrs. Bob Badgett. ,
Mrs. Guy Sale cut the i Bridal wreath and colorful
JI- -r-' biide's cake and Mrs.. Barbara' azaleas in beautiful arrange-I 1 s ., Ni
:, "Ail f il faYor 'of tliBAR( Corbin kept the bride's book. I ments were placed at vantage'
After time the hall for
spending some points throughout
;= .. ,.. ,, ,
; : with their guests, the couple. the occasion. The refreshment'

'los\; fie plsss it SGYe. .! left on a short wedding trip !j I table was lovely with a white ,'

L-dr. to Georgia. The bride traveled jf'j' linen cloth and a centerpiece
in a brown and beige of the same blossoms. Silver
,. with beige accessories. They trays and compotes held -
'r now reside at 3131 San Salva- dainty cakes, nuts and mints.
\:"- dore, Jacksonville. The punch table was also cov- AND 2.99 '
: The bride is employed at'': ered with white linen and
84 the Florida National Bank ; centered with a crystal punchbowl
When ?rt
comes to sharp looking
in Jacksonville and Mr. Frith .
MILLION is employed at the Army Recruiting -4 The hostesses presented the, dress f flats most smart and thrifty .

r .. Service in Jackson-:' honoree with a starter set of women coma to Carps! And why not? .

SAY j' I vOle. Corning Ware as a mementoof the selectioa k tremendous. .,. the / -
\ .. Out-of-town guests included the occasion.
i!'.. is the
Mrs. Evelyn Thornton of Fifty guests were invited to styling superb comfort U i
-AYEI. 'J Warner Robins, Ga.t Mrs. attend this delightful affair. wonderful. end the price .,

:; Ii IiI George Cook and family, analMr B really right! Every !pair guaranteed ; .,,
\ I i and Mrs. Bill Webb of Catholic Men for complete satisfaction! .
HYJ aa Orlando, and Dorothy Jean A4
For .
To Assemble
Barber of St. Cloud.Rehearsal : .
", < 1 1i I i 1 1i i Annual BreakfastCatholic A, lODI-Bone glove with pastel patches and whets ; .

,i Dinner j glova with pastel patches 3.99 'f ,. ." .

Honors Miss Maze j I will.assemble men Sunday of the at area St. B. RICKY-Whife smooth with bright patches. 199 :

I And Joseph FrithMrs. William's Chapel, Keystone C MARTA-White smooth with window pane

t Heights, for their annual Holy 2.99D.
design a
W. B. Communion breakfast. .
k ; Mundy. Mrs. J. Name
I B. Sapp, and Mrs. Arvie Maze Represented at the ten TONI-Bone! smooth with fan patch 3.99 _.- :
\ t
e" II gave a lovely rehearsal din- ,o'clock Mass will be parish- E. ATh -White smooth with clever toe design 2.99F.
I ; + Z I I ner Friday evening, March 2, ioners from St. Edward's
TRUDY-White smooth black smooth.
I ; honoring Miss Josie Maze and Chuich. Starke, St. Williams' SIZES
'. her fiance. Joseph E. Frith, I Chapel, Keystone Heights and G. TERRY-Bo&e smooth or black smooth 3.99 .' :
J t J ,, after their wedding rehearsal. :St. Mary's Chapel, Macclenny. 4y 20 10
.... I M. !lll-Blade swath cr white smooth 3.99WEEKEND I
:ne ldY I&e .t.."" ...of t.hd&IMp deL : The dinner was held at .the 'Confessions will be heard before -
'. :f 1 and breakfast .
L : Kingsley Lake home of Mrs. the Mass ,
'iV'j'j''I: 'IvithouttLe I :Mundy. \will follow in the parish hall. ..

The buffet dining table held Among the special guests .
1 60'... fr&de -*c, tLe! : ', a five-branch silver .candela- win be Roger Strickland of SPECIALS

.'' .. bra centerpiece which was dec-i ,Jacksonville University, the .
: i
Ldp t.. .tLae ass fee eagfety goad..M1frn : orated with pink satin ribbon nation's number two small ; :.- '.. ,,<'1f. .' ..
and pink net bows, and held AllAmerican <, .
college: scorer and \
I' ".8' ... ,.x,11, ..Qf9....r i taming pink'tapers.' Bud vases:t: and Coach John Baldwin : :: Ladies Sets '
lt f. 2-pc. Ladies Import (
slth pink azaleas centered.;)3f Bishop Kenny High School, : :
the separate dining tables. who will present his Duval
During the evening the honorees Knee Ticklers or Jamaica Shorts
i I County Champion Basketball Jamaica Shorts ;
presented their attendants : :team. Speakers for the with Blouse to Match ''5. : .
F.L.ORIDA: with personal gifts. Diocesean Union of Holy :

The 16 guests Included out- Name, Societies will be Clyde ; ..
I of-town guests, members of i i :W. "
King permanent executive ,
I I the wedding party .and the'; secretary. Johnnie H. Mont- BOTH $ 99 Sanforized :

.. _. _.* BAB.K .J!' : i'I: __ immediate The hostesses families.were assisted i I i,St.ery.Jpiesicient Augustine Deanery of and the PIECES' $1 .. :'.; : ,; :4 Sizes 10 to 18 "$ } .

One Of SO Banks Qf The Florida National Group Member'Federal"Deposit Insurance OJ.p.v in serving by Miss Amelia ]Daniel Naughton. prominent ONLY I Large.. Selection-Only .
i Rappold of New Orleans. La., J i Diocesean attorney of Jacksonville --

1 a houseguest of Mrs. Mundy. \ i


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. I I f may against the Estate of j f or it will become void according -
-- -' : < \ -- Legion Observes II Feed' Grain t Jaycees Set Goal"At I FLOSSIE V. HYATT, Deceased, !! to law.
I p''.; ':i : ; : .:: late of Bradford County Florida -! Each creditor shall deliver ft
TW G". -.,:. .-?. 47th Anniversary III 1 .ltep rts I 25Q() Ito ,Drive j to Honorable Theron A. copy of his claim lo..a..bl* the
j : -1' Yawn, County Court House, in County JtMtre! to Aalr wie! to
t. 1 _. 1 Still,. Optfmistio To egisfet Voters Starke, Bradford Couauty, Fl.r- j the pt' Huial re&r.e86ntativfcMajyh ,
: Members of American IAI j ida within sis (&) months-from! fltd a tl'!' ". -:

ii Getting. Our Money's Worth ,.: ; : I Ii ;ion Post 56 participated in the 1drt : }nrt'tltte3s of'! !1ha h feid "'Proe !..1 of the this date notice.of the first. puklitatJon- i, EmST BANKPANYOE J.CK'IL4E._7i5T, ('(J.I-.

nationwide observance the] Each claim'or demand"" must as AdminlStr&\ l 9 tt,,* ttate
the sign.up under the 1962 feed! ed "Operation Registration"the I state the V. Hyati 1J.ised.
There 13rd: anniversary of the American be in writing and must of Flossie ;
are several through grain program continue: to bet! take: Jaycees this Sat- place of residence and post-of By: Rex AV. Mixoir
i Homeowners Legion, Tuesday "' I fice address of the claimant and
Bradford ;
optimistic according to Felix: 'ill.set the stations leer.
Saturday Highlight of the local ->i urdajr up must be sworn to by the claimant Trust Off
ounty, today who still Sapp, chairman, "AgniculturllStabilliation in t wu"to register his agent or his attorney a-Ii tt t.i
have roofs observance was the birth- and Conservation eligible vOters.AccordIng "
over their day party and dinner held at I '
heads-thanks to the the post home Tuesday night \ County Committee. 'to Jaycee Carl

fact that voters seeraly by the members and their wives. Irr mbsf: states, including\ Lamar Johns, chairman' of'
Florida, officials report that! the' project locally, the group': GOING FISHING1BE ?
y authorized the Bihop
ago Post Commander H. A. '
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the sign- lp for corn is far1 worked for three' hours last
establishment! of Coun- I i2 said .was '
a Jr. the party here. .
ahead of feed IIi .
iidregisfered38 '
I observed: ; I comparable gr ij Saturday. at one station ;" oJ. .
ty Fire.Control unit. one of thousands By "
: program figures over the same! new"voters. Their ASSUREDOF
At, least three woods spine 17,000 posts in the nation -| ; period last- year, Sipp stated i goal is to register 250 "voters

fires' last weekend'would : countries., 28 territories, and foreign|, I. While bad weather in some) before the April 7 egistraI I I TOP PERFORMANCE

have destroyed seri- i areas has slowed activity t('' '
or 4. .
dusly damaged private, The American Legion was) : some- extent, the meetings-held) .ti deadline. he said. WITH AN

founded March 15-17, 1919 at ;I i s- ---i to t'xplainthe program have! Beginning at 1 p.m. this

as, well as public prop- r a caucus of delegates from thej! been well attended and'farmer!, Saturday Jaycees who are
erty, it it had not been first American Key.. ,Durwood McDonell J '
Expeditionary is chairman
interest high the
t I r deputy registrars .will operate: EVINRUDE OUTBOARD
for the fast and efficient Forces in Paris, France. Membership -: said., In where the sign
Work, done by equipment i: 'now includes veterans Methodists Plan :up "is! weir under way, a substantial stations. at the Food. Fair *

made available through of1: both world wars and. the Revival Week I number of new partici- [Setzer's], the Florida Bank, FROM

the Florida Forest Service Korean War. i pants, who did not take partin and a third. place not yet an-

i station, and cooperating Threatened Homeowner Looks on Helplessly Bishop said the' post will To, Start Sunday the 1961 feed grain program, nounced. : NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY
companies, includ- discuss plans for attending the Rev. Durwood'McDonell, pas-i are. .filing, intentions; to _cooperate Starke,Jaycee Jerome Johnsis .
Florida Department convention hi" 1962. A great many, ..
ihr Container and -------- the First Methodist the
Ray- -- tor.of: district chairman of
1' to be held in Miami at farmers, pare signing up fbrj i 412 E. Call St.
nier. Church of Vero Beach, will be I
I- the next meeting Meetings. !much more"- than the minimum) .
One of these serious ,the visiting preacher for revival -' CALL FOR IlitisSt'aled | Your Authorized Evinrude Dealer
..required diversion Sapp sai'I.j"ThOse' I
Post 56 are held on the second services at the First; } bidswill be received'i :'
fires occurred last Fri- and fourth Tuesday nights of farmers who are notj i II y the City. Council.of.: the City
Methodist Church starting
day: night, just south of each month. ready to file an application are)I of .Starke, Florida. at the City
Sunday night and continuing Hall in Stark, Florida, until
Wilson Road in south- the visiting' the ASCS County Of-[i 7:0ft o'clock. P.M.. on Tuesday,

east Starke. Whipped by Rev.through.C. E. Folsom following, pastor Friday.of!flee to obtain' further 'infurma- April place 3.all 1962!bids at received which time will and be The New Scripto .

high winds, itwas rag- the Methodist Church of Anthony !!|tion about the program and, publicly .opened and read, aloud -

ing out of control and will be' song leader. I i thei\ returning, home to go.t Furnishing on the following a twrive: months
over: their records a hd figure Ball Pens
f'unplof 10,000 to n.oooI Business Line
fast approaching several'' Services will be held three ,
out the advantages. the pro-,I pounds of chlorine, in ISO-
houses in the ,neighbor:' times daily, Monday through! lb. cylinder, delivered to .
gram participation the chairman -I tarkf': Florida. ,I 4
hood. The Stark :. Fire .., ..... Friday at 7:30 a. m., 10 a. m,| said. The said City reserves the
wasTon ttier t'I and. 7:30: p. m. A nursery will: right to accept or reject any or and Refills
Department ) aij'Editol: [ For farmers who do not yet]I all bids.

scene, but it would have I can't possibly ten you how be provided at the W a. m. and!!(have a clear understanding ofi CITY OF STARKE. FLA. '

been impossible to halt .. rrkch T enjoy reading your I I 7:30: p. m. services. j,the feed grain program, Mr.j,I:.I i By City Merrill Clerk.Edwards 3-15a, : 3-29 FOR ALL BUSINESS WRITING.

'l 4 woods 'lire'of,thjs' magnitude Forest Service'Equipment.Dits' III ;% '1 -1* 1 I I paper nor ean I.'possibly, say j High Rev. Springs McDonell. and.was graduated born. in!|ISapp' points out these high-!I only 25c eachREF1LLABLE

with writer just' how happy it makes me i ita i lights: I I CALL FOR mils
or (Scenes, at Wilson Road fire last Friday night.) I -read about the progress you!i from the University of Florida I I Under the program, growers II Sealed bids will be received:
: br the Council
chemicals The F.oreptRr5tfnnl"vns City of the City .
iI in 1940. He. received his Bachelor -
I) people" are making in your j ji lof corn may earn dh-ersion' of Starke, Florida. at the City
prvi'p {'alli | of Divinity degree from the Hall in Starke. Florida until !
-- i wonderful town. Eight years! i payments for shifting at least I "
;(T and it-equipment arrived on. the at Camp Crystal Lake Saturday. I .' !j Candler fSchool' of Thelolgy at 7:00( o'clock P.M. on Tuesday
on I ago L lived in Starke and it I:20-per cent of their base acreage -j April 3, 1.962 at which time and
scene at 10:38: p. m. The fire-line-plow- : At the same time this fire was being regret to say my stay was much I Emory University in 1943, and from production into an.I place all bids received will bei .

ing tractor, over te
manner,;'star ted .chewing out a ing northwest of Keystone Heights, anda Starke I had always liVed in a!|toral psychology at pas-I' participating in the feed grain!i Regular SOOO gasoline gallons.approximately ,

4 seven-foot wide line around the head of tlfird one Sunday afternoon east of big city where we had more :!|Pratty Hospital. Tpwnson, Md. program, growers also qualify 'I' HIt gasoline approximately "
in. 1941. He has served several BLUE /
the fire-andini-15'or impressive' buildings; bigger j for price support on the 29.000 gallons.
20 minutes it. was Highway 16, acrOss- from Green Acres j pastorates in Florida and has Above quantities for a.
contained' in: an trea where it could do subdivision in Starke.,This one serious- schools.. more parks', more of I I'also served as District Missionary normal production of their 1962 twelve months period.: I BLACK :r -
The City of Starke rI'Mf'reSthe
this, and more of that' but acreage. I
nothing bu\t 'burn itself out. In less threatened several l homes in thei 1 : Secretary in the crop right'Mo; accept: or reject any '
the thing? we didn't have, nor : Program payments may be or all liirts.i RED : ,
-than an/hour the} job was finished. neighborhood, and burned 20 acres. It do we- it'now [this may!!Gainesville. and- Jacksonville made either in cash or a feed i I f'In"OF T\RKF.. FLA.By ;

Although it o& hard to associate the was f&ight by four tractors-two from start another civil war with !!Districts. ,.,and as District Secretary -, grain certificate, and up to j Citj: M'errill CIl'rk15 Edwards.St 323l FINE OR MEDIUM POINTS ,

word "pleasure" with a forest fire, it the Forest Service and one, each from my neighbors and myself], is of Evangelism i in the about half of the estimated: -- I

was in fact a reassuring pleasure to see Container and Raydnier. It is believed, the friendly manner of your Orlando District. He is' now payment to be earned may be l In Thi- County Judges CourtIn M i The most economical

tow quickl and efficiently a fire of that this fire was started. by a Jighted people; Those beautiful words,(j Servingon of the the'Florida Board of Tnfsitees -I paidin advance when the pro..1 j Florida.And :Fur 1* Bradford Probate. County,
1ethO1istChildren's I
this nture&iuld be brought under control cigarette or match!, carelessly tossed "You all come back* hear," I ;. Home Children'sHome ducer signs up under the pro-.j In the. Matter of the Estate of l devised.

with ,tHe right' equipment and theknowpow'to from a' passing automobile. shall never' forget. I sincerely Endowment; Comniitte'e; gram. I I FI/OSWK-V..NOTICE; TO BY.-\CHKIITOHS TT. Deceased. writing ever

Handle it. The Fire Control Unit costs Brad-; hope with all the changes, and as Executive Vice 'Chairman Farmers are urged not to de.1!!' TO PERSON'S.%CREDITORS HAVING AXD CLAIMSI ALl.

t-. .J On Sunday. with conditions combining ford County only $3,99Q(} per yearkbased your people 'will always remain of the- Conference Boardof lay in either signing; .up undet'I'I DEMANDS' AGAINST
the same. Bradford County
the or in obtaining SAID ESTATE.You : : Telegraph
\o program :
make a "burning index" of Missions.I : '
on an assessment of three'cents per 1 Thislittle something I it. and each of you. are

35 (the i ihdex'rangea from 1 to 100, ands acre for 133,000 acres of forest land. ., wrote, I' can't get ,myself to I Rev. .Folsom is a native of The further sign-up information period about extend 5''I.pres hereby>nt notified any claims and and required demand tc; .

:s is considered dangerous)-three Just one qf the homes saved during the call it poetry, but'"it will give |Ohio, attended the Ft. Wayne through :March 30. 1 which yon, or either of you,,

j?erious fires were ragingin.: the area at .past week would more. than pay our' you some idea of how I feel.j Bible College, and. is complet-I f r

the same time.' share of this fire protection for an entire -\ When"! first arrived down ing his education at the .Urii-I' .
th' ',:; 'I versity of Florida.. He has .
The most damaging of these was on yearl 'so ..:> f a:
the Keystone Airport, property, where, Cooperation on the part of the pub. I wastruly a" damn-f oled ;the Anthony Methodist supply pastortof Church -

jhe woods burned from 11 a.. m. to o" p. lie',can help the, Forest Service and 'anYee'i h a' loud mouth. ':for the _
past five and
aD years _
I thought surely Starke was aQ _
m. before the fire was out. Equipmentfrom other cooperating units do ]
: an even Better !Iwrdig, I was pastor of a Community\ Buyep's _
the< Bradford County unit, the job of. protecting our homes as tfell This little' one-horse town!Church in Ohio before moving _

:Clay County unit, and the, fire departments as our tlmberlandsi. During the next;, just'didn't belong. I to Florida.Rev. 1 a.

of: Starke and Keystone Heights few weeks, while .winds are likely to ij i Why, New' 'Jersey was hep we ... John R. Brabham,- pas, .' B

;were all i iH. on. this job before it continue j tor of the First Methodist| -J: a
wasfinish4. strong, and moisture in the I had all. the things that matter ; .
A total! of 115 burn- is Church, extends a cordial'invitation -' UI e a
acres was. ground quickly absorbed by new'i : g u 8 LUXURY UWUWnK .This feThynderWrd-unfque; in aH$ he........First of.,," .*..-.e.
'ed mostly scrub- Sa-wh'at if didn't have 'to everyone in the community -
oak, which is more growth on trees and plants 'should we .
; we I luxury cars, TWsJBrtxrd is for the man who insists on the ultimate-in loxury.'h pecfch*
difficult) tb, (joVrol than fire in pine be [ thisfriendly. chatter? to attend as many of
particularly careful. Check with the .
!I the revival services ancc-in distinction. Foot gleaming editions: Landau. Hardtop,Convertible, Spo'is.RioediW.'to
.timber. Several 1 Buildings, including the Forest Service before starting "c ,Why didn't these. people race as possi- ..
p- 'f ble.
..andsruh? }
airport han1r. were-threatened, but regained trol burn," and if fire is observed anv- I
undamaKed>Jt-is believed that where tliat' is I\ Surely they are missing out
likely to 'getout of con- on'all the fun. Hospital Auxiliary : :

itII :.this fire resu1tedfromembei's'lft, } by a trol, pick: ,up "your. telephone and di1 1 1 t Why? up North if they didn't a -_,_--_- -_-----_-- ---. -,-.,, -_- .
I $ampfire used at a Boy, Scout ceremony 964-2721.-.. .' make with the feet. 't Meets MondayThe
k .
,- 5
It >They would get killed cross- Am .ica's
___- .-s--- ___. .. I general meeting of the
--- 'w: --"'='----- ing the street.It
former: home. Come to Bradford County Hospital _
f thInk of jt the didn't take me too many : a- _____
pheas- Auxiliary was held Monday _
Former's a _
Diary : .
ants days.
released here last week t night in the Episcopal Parish .
h To*find it was* me, not them &
d" better watch for
.. "**.. out, if House. TOP PERFORMER.jGafexi? is the undisputedstyling.and' petfwmawse teaefer ti fc*
all in
: 'was a m.ost
they try tanglingwith of
i I: ... By Sam Mctlarvey 'j\ the game cocks 'around some But' whkt did:L do, I left dear Mrs. H. A. Bishop Jr., aa full-size cats.Available with a*#) -hp Thunderbird Y-8(coupled to | fouffspeed stick'Sh' .

here, ttd Statk [ president, presided over the Galaxie\MIl outperform America's costliest cars.Seven models including the stsh SuwUaf.
I crease in price supports from) there will. be a lot of feathers -
o. 55.5 to 5'5.1 cents per pound i flying. And onceaairt I fear I'm meeting. Mrs. Carl Mathews, R .

.. .. chairman of the, nominating
I S v;* in th&*d r1t. > ;

.. Tobacco growers were worried See i''I I'm bac .'n-RW- Jersey 111 committee and her commit a
where Container Corp. tee: Mrs. Smith DeVoe, Mrs. complete
last week when., warm' never kn i is engaged in: a big drainaga- Bert _
t !, McManis Mrs. Jerry
weather was developing the' And many' days _
project'n land owned by* I Kouba, and Mrs. Mattie Gah-
plants ahead pf schedule Tbe) I when t. $ay11,"rm a,damned
them near ,
Sampson Lake.
ByJolggirig : t a : b agan presented the 'following
., H growers were Jufnigatiris land a long dit l1,. with fociY8e 1 ;
slate of officers for the com !
and that requires a wait'of suitable holdback : : eOUtfl ti achere for i 1
embank- ing year: president, Mrs. A. ncar'
more.< '
; about two weeks before the nients j
: on the highway a- there is a b g'dropin-, t \ F. Garner:; vice-president,

gain las week and we' saw plants" can be sek out safely, volvedl) the, surphia water yill ..J ,"Sincerely", ,.. Tours, I Mrs. M. :Fi; Hazen; secretary, y .

lacking uriaer way at various Cool weather over "the wefekend. be\made to flow through a Doi-is O lt-; ouke. ...., 1 Mrs. Ervin Andrews; treas- A NEW KIM'OP.CAR-WiTH THE WORLD'S. NEWEST V.3.; .Take y**:&**,,,
fields throughout the county however' slowed the tobacco different watershed drld" thus fwatched r urer, Mrs. Junius Smith, two all-new Chaflenger V-J's. (They'r: ail !sjiap! sparUe.and. smoothness!) Strfdt),.

s the fruit ripened fast in un- plants< down butfin relieve some of the hooding of the 1963 nominating committee election' : 8a 8a legs, don t vwny about-yoUr hat-Fairlane's full-size. Qoality's-high. Price; i ,ki'l U
turn" that be causing ah- the't we've got '
?easonably warm weather. may 'the Sampson Lake area/! At :-.11r ; A. L. Crosby Jr., many.cov dcts. Five exciting modate! .. .
oweverthe cool weather other worry' in the for* of the present time-- thewater, started ,f 61? signs of blossoms. chairman, Mrs. Bertha Pearce, ,. -- ,-. ,-. '.' 'j.-, .
blue GfcesS the trees"aft! loo
1 young a
:over the weekend flows into Sampson Lake. I Ii
(I S S still j Mrs. Walia Lipsey. Mrs.,Maxie
'slowed! down the growth, al- thence down Sampson River:to- yeti.mit wee pjease | Carter Sr and. Mrs. Carl a
The in, it is not easy to get them &I ,
'thougllthe'Tiln 'certainly wasWelcome4. drop temperaturelast the.Santa Fe, River. Mathews. Board of Directors:
week ;i ; ,grw1ng. ur pur' Stt1IIi.e .
Prices were low and was not unexpected, r . Mrs Gladys Weldon, 'Mrs. W. .' aa ,"
unless they improve'it' will belt though as .a number of farm There's been- a lot of burning 1' L. Blair, and Mrs. Mattie : Whaeveryou're looking for r 1'iacaiookngFbtdine.

long season forvthe growers. ers hav pointed' out, Easteris of .the' fields' rid woods Itr'reading1' about the Eu- '!I -Gahagan. B

.v S *. lafe1. this year. I- : ** i i ij "lately and forest 'rangers are ropean Common 'Mirket, we I I Thes9 we fie cars with B
j The new officers will be installed -
: )j K 1' were interested to learn that
I tobacco concerned/ They a
Good news for are 'hoping '
,I ; i at the next general the foaiufes of the future that'w '
:.growers l in the O'per cent increase Something new has been for a good, soaking rain [five'inches the! .farmers hi Prance have 4
9 at the Parish J
meeting, April .
: in tobacco allotments added' to our.game population in a week, they say] die same problem that we i put you yean ahead now... B 1oU.Mead
: !! House by Mrs. Frank A. Zeb AMERICA'S BEST SELLING cOMPACT Its name is Falcon-and f$ fee ....
i t hich will result in about aI2Oth ji !! in the form of Iranian pheasants that \rjU decrease the danger: have here-- hnr prices to the ; when you trade a .
I of Palatka, District Director eaeefc/SMt.. ...
j paced six-passenger car on the American road.There are five models \
i boost for the individual and if their call;is similar of -"burning off fires that farmers. although. by the time!! a
I of the Auxiliary. Choose the new 170 Special Six engine' ,or improved version of the Six to*.bfbtoiilt _
i rowers. It ,was the first tor to that of the ringnecKedbiid might get out of co trot : the stuff gets"to- the onsumer! 1 .
N -nw-
S jtheprices' are"' hjgh. The I .. eMobgasEconomyRun.t -..--. '- ." -; ', ... I
r crease in allotments in 11'; found up"nOr h, a lot of I. i t 1 I U -
I jears. There was also-. hike Yankees, around here will be''r 'The beautiful dogwood i* in : French blame on the middle, Men's Softball U ; ,i'I .

t of six-tenHis of* a.*..cent in- again hearing_ a sound from bloom now and we anxiously. man. League To Be 62
I r" __ S. I --.- a ". ,d L"'I' :r. .j..* t .
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-W in1y'take' Thurs.
; issue with Organized

) THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH a spokesman for the Farm i ii I
ESTABLISHED 1879FLORIDA There 'will be an organizational -
i Bureau who is reported to Fords I

| have said recently! that our,II .meeting of the Men's
l t Florida's oldest weekly j farm troubles began "when Softball League at 7:30 p.m. .

J Newspaper Publisfc Continuously I j we first started to fix prices'i 'I at the Pratt Street Play 1 I- ,... J

.: I E S S Under: The Same j I and regulate production." On! ground on Thursday. March ,

_ Masthead '. i the face of it, that remark Isuntruc 122.j, I :

S AS S 0 ) T ON .: '. t i for as everyone knows,j l All managers, sponsors 2 I ThIRTEEN WAGONS RA $ fTAT N 1 WAOON' $PWZ'!9 .,,
; ; E. L. MATTHEWS the eiforts finest wagoa collection assembled under one roof. Ff'IIe fufc-sizad FGfd ..-1
to improve the coaches, players, and others
farmers'condition 'I'Ii -' eight Falcons inclwlmg three b I ,r: Editor and Owner 'J, .. i were started i| interested should attend this -p.-' m "" 1
., !| to CORRECT PROBLEMS I j compact nggne. vooJSVfCocfVl SStStfSi
-.: '"\ SUBSCRIPTION RATES meeting, 4
< :*;, I WHICH EXISTED AT THE J f i ** *
I ', IN TRADE AREA OUTSIDE TRADE AREA According to the Recreation
.. TIME. Well grant that con- I
trols have not worked out Department only those teams '
SIX-" NTHI 1.78 SIX MONTHS 2.00. ; .
11 1 '. THREE MONTHS l.OO THREE MONTHS 1.23 c''" wellIn allcasesbutat the represented at the meeting TERWILLEG lYIQTQRS

,.. : same time we applaud the will be eligibJfe.to: enter -the
I Published Each Thursday and Entered as Second Class Matter ':, ,. I r "
effort to help the farmer and league; Oiftl'all flefif .
-1 at the Post Office at Starke Ft*. under Act of March 3. 1819 .: 206 West Madison Street f. .: : S1arJf.e.. rteriM'W
: i -. .... .1; : not ignore him with a "root;which can accommodate eight

I hog or die" philosophy. i teams will be available. ------ .-_-_ __ _._ ,_ ._ .. ._ .. ... _ -- _

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i r :Lawt Wins I r highest average .for the night : .
ey (Y4 -
.. with games of 161, 99, and Trackmen Win% 1 _
Second Half Of ; 141 for an average of 134. She ELECTJ.
i also leads the league with an

City Cage Play I average of 127 for nine games. Unoffl l Meet A. "R. G."

I II I Top four bowlers in the kKK ,

league at present are Elaine GSS + to
Lawtey defeated the Seniors Griffis, Williams Jewelry 127; fi' Over Jax Teamsin __ iNt .a.j GRIFFISYour

: 45-43 and the Jaycees Lavonne Jackson Dreamers, : .' J
51-31 last week to win the | 123; Har:; t.e Haltzendorf, w

'second half of the Men's ;, Noegels Auto Sales, 118, and ,time trials against Paxon _

,Basketball League with nine'' Marjorie Wade, Rebels, 117. a and .Forrest High Schools- COUNTY
wins and only one loss. Y Jacksonville' last -Thursday r '

The Professors, winners of. 'Couples BowlingSees Bradford High School's state' CommissionerDIST.
the first half finished second. champion track' team scored 1f

....with a 7-3 record by beating Upsets PulledThe .= ail-"Unofficial victory. 4
'Stricklanis: .76-42 and the Seniors b
Tornadoes racked
45-39 last week. Both : Blunder Busters upset 's... up a- Z (Hampton, Graham, :
: 81
bout points compared to
Lawtey the Alley Cats last Friday ; '
and the Professors I '
100 for both the Jacksonville s Theressa) '

finished regular season play night League in competition Couples to Bowling hand LL ? teams, ,together. Coach Dave 11 _
with identical 16-4 records. ;. Z t County at Large
Hurse said he
figured.:! The,locals -
The two teams them their first loss of the .
meet Monday
won only a half dozen
y night in the local high school season three games to one. first places but loaded 'each I a.l1: a aathe of Bradfonl County and live at Graham.I .
in The Bottom Scooters pulled i .
gym a play-off '
awn. + x., it f event with point tallying second am married, the father of three sons and a veteranof
which will determine the win- another upset by winning .
.. to" :
"",, ; and third in much \
; places
serUce. I am seeking the post of County Commissioner -
ner of the city championship. their first game of the year pia.y ." 'ti: __ foreign
No admission will be charged'. in downing the Untouchablesthree ; ', ,. ..'. :; brought the same them pattern two state that ClassA has [in order to serve the people, help our County's :

and the public is invited to games to one. i iI j ji a financial situation and continue to keep Bradford Countya
.. track titles, one last year ,
attend. i Bill Nelson oi the Bottom ,2 ,: I good place to raise a family.I .
I 1 I and the first in 1955. :j
Stallings upset the Jaycees Scooters had the highest' Already showing signs of I I day and equaled the old mask Senior thinclad Mike Darby am gainfully employed but feel I ('a.Jgiw this job my

88-24 and then beat Strick- score for a single game of the 4 ,. ?f the record breaking yet to of 20 feet 6 inches. He no is only yards from winning the : full support. I feel I am qualified for this! post in every re
lands 48-46 in an overtime night with 198. He also bowl-a J come the Tornadoes began the doubt will be competing hi the half mile run, the string at'' spect.

contest to finish in third ,ed 179 in another game giving! i 1962 season by promptly ,, broad jump now too. the finish line can be seen Your support and vote will he sincerely appreciated ,
place in second half play witha him an average of 189, high- j I Starke times and places in the
i iBHS breaking and tying the school in photo, during time (Pd. Pol. Adv.: )
6.4 record. est of the night. Martin Adams broad jump, record. Junior each event are listed below. trials last Thursday with Pax-

The Jaycees and Stricklandshad June Norman of the Un- Lynwood Walters, who set Positions in each event are : on and' Forrest High Schools ,"

identical 4-6 records' to touchables bowled 169 to take' the record last year at 20 feet : noted by the number in brac- of Ja ksonville. The Tornadoes :" ... --- i -

finish in a tie for fourth place., the high score for one game ,:' Track Captains Predict 6 inches, sailed three inches kets.High ., captured an unofficial victory ,, "
:The Seniors finished last without for the ladies. She also bowl hurdles '
further to a new, mark of 20 EllJSey- 'i, at the meet.
a single win but 10 de ed 121 and 133 in two other'I mour, 15.5 Hughes, 17.1 I -I --' -'I
feet 9 inches Thursday. Sen- ; '
feats. I games for the highest average'' Second Straight State TitleThe ior Hallie Seymour an excellent 100 yard dash [2] Regis- :: Gardner, 23.7; Dixon, 26.5; ,' Smith Corona and Remington
of the night the ladies Brown 27.4 -
Top 10 scorers in league 1 among ,I performer in both the ter, 10.3; [(4] Gardner, 10.4; i, .
with a 141. I Walters, 10.8 Martin 10.9 '! Mile relay [11 3:40.2: s,
play all season were John I, high jump and high hurdlesbut ,, ; ;
With the season half over : two captains of Brad- season after only three weeks'' Dixon, 11.4. by.
Bates 293 I who had never attemptedto
Lawtey, points; ,, ( .'
'Doug Lowiimore. Professors, Bill Nelson still has the highest '' ford High's defendingstate; of practice. broad jump before, took a Mile run [121 Lawson, ': Adams, Duggar, Register, Dar- '
j 202: .. : ,
i *i$77 points; Bob Reagan, Pro- ', score in the league at champion track team, Seniors i i It is no secret to anyone on' shot at that event also Thurs- 4:58.8: ; [31] Edwards, 4:58.9: ; Shot-put [11] Gardner r PORTABLE

'!e-ssors, 273; Franklin Tom-]I while Ginny Rodermond : John Adams and Irwin Mari i the track team as to what;,, !I I I Carnes, 5:16: ; Thomas 5:24: ; 49'; 141 Smith, 38'4"; Phillips, v ,0 '" ,
j leads the ladies with a game, tin, both say they hope to lead!:' I: Harper 5:40: Wells 5:50. "
linson Stallings, 263; Malloye,i j lot makes success hard work.; : : 37'8"; Joe Gardner, 34'9". ,
Stallings; 260; Dewayne Eli i|' 182. their charges to the school's! Martin's formula for winning: SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF i i] Half-mile relay [2] 1:37.5 Discus [2] Gardner TYPEWRITERS
der, Stricklands, 240; Buddy i j{ The Alley Cats are currently. third championship in history. i 1 Is to each day: run about 10 C/IL1ST Seymour, Adams, Gardner Tom, 105'; t41 Phillips .I ,
,Elliott, Jaycees 206; Jim'i i leading the league with a 9-3' Both boys are captains because -! hundred yard dashes carrying, :S I rai. S. on 301.SundaBible :,j Register. 104'4 3-4"; Smith, 104' 2 1-2; 1"
Temple: Professors, 196; Danny -I,i record followed by the Blunder they both had the' same! his vaulting pole; climbing a'' Classes 10 a.''!i 440 yard dash [41] Dug- Joe Gardner, 101'. t!'
Phillips, Lawtey, 168, and) Busters with 7 wins and 5 : number of votes In last year's I 20 foot rope to strengthen his' m.; Assembly Worship with), gar, 56; Crawford, 56; B. '. High jump [11 Seymour, v"
Townsend Strickland Strick-i losses, the, Untouchables with : election. It was the first time i arms; run up and down the: the Lord's Supper, 11 .a. m.,! Dowling 56.9; Packham, 57.2; 6'; [21 Walters, 5'6"; Brown, ,
,lands 155 points. !I I 5 wins and 7 losses, and the in the school's history that had I' stadium to strengthen his;;Evening Assembly Worship! I Pass, 58-2 5'2";; Reagan. 5'. SOLD ON
i i Bottom Scooters trail with 3' happened. Both boys are also i legs work 6:30 180 yard low hurdles [2l] ,
and on the low( : p. m.Wednaquay : Broad jump [21] Walters,
Rebels ,Retain I i victories and 9 defeats. i iI three year lettermen in track.,j) hurdles to get his stride down; Bible Cla* f,1| Martin, 22.7; [I3T1] Hughes 20'9"; [131 Seymour, 20'6"; EASY TERMS .
Harold Davis of the : I
r I Alley Martin is running his fifth i I 23.5. .
pat. After all that each day I 1:30: p. m. Hughes, 18'4"
First PlaceIn i Cats is the male bowler witha of track, having out i! II I I Half mile run [11
year gone he practices pole vaulting. I i Darby Pole vault [1] Martin,
Ladies' BowlingThe 167 average overall, while I for first time when he was in !|, Adams has just as strenuous j PENTECOSTAL 'i 2:04.9: ; [3] Noegel, 2:08.1: ; Elder 11'6";; [2T1] Walters, 11';; [2T1

the Bottom Scooters' Bill, the eighth grade, and Adams i, a workout for a runner. He i i, HOLINESS CHURCH :, '. 2:22: > Silcox. 11'. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Nelson follows with 165 and :
; his fourth. Both certain to j Sprint _
are j has a varied schedule consisting medley relay The first official track meetis
Rebels I
Ladies of the Starke Harry Lovell! of the Untouch- j earn their fourth letter in the i of either: six 220-yard!i 324 W. Brownlee St. 2:12.9: Hughes! Walters, B. Stetson-Mainland: Relays in
: Bowling i '
tinued to hold first League place con-by ables is third with a 148 f sport. i dashes each day; for four or i' Sunday School, 10 a. m': Dowling, Crawford. Deland next Saturday, March m '__ -- - average. June Norman, Un- ( 220
Martin excells in the pole five 440-yard dashes, or maybe I Morning Worship, 11 a. m. [ yard dash [2T] 24.
defeating Williams Jewelry touchables, leads the ladies I i....... .. __ ______ -
Evangelistic Service, 7:30 --- -
three games to one last FrI- with a 146 average, followedby vault having jumped 12 feet I six 330yard dashes. He : p. :
,day night in Gainesville. Neoma Nelson, Bottom 9 inches last year, along with: also works constantly on quick m. Wednesday' Prayer Meet- .
Noegels Auto Sales defeated I teammate Lynwood Walters,:, starts and handoffs. mg 7:30: p.: m. Saturday
Scooters, at 142 and Mary
t I for second highest in the! "Ask the Youth Service, 7:30: p. m,-
the Dreamers three games to Jarvis of the Bottom Scooters ; coach, he knows I
one and moved into third is third with a 129 average 'j state. He has already cleared!I more about it than I do. He David T. McGhee. pastor. _
place. I 13 feet this year and has to has told me for the last four' '
I :,
Neoma and Bill Nelson, i :
Elaine Griffis, Williams Bottom Scooters, lead all other go only two inches higher to I years exactly what I'd do I CONGREGATIONALHOLINESS ':, f-R-P4' F RRiJ'
Jewelry, turned in the best couples with a 154 average'for )' reach the state record of 13 I each time and he hasn't miss- CHURCH

game in the league for the entire the season, followed by feet 2 inches set last year by ed yet," was Adams' only North 301, 2 1-2 miles out .

season with 161 points. June Norman and Harry Fritchy Smith of Palatka. : comment when asked what of town on left of the road. : WI

,Previous high was scored by Lovell, Untouchables, at 147, Smith graduated in 1961 andwon't 'i kind of times he predicted for i Young People's Meeting, J'J'Q. ,
Lavonne Jackson of the and Mary and Frank Jarvisare be around this year.: himself this year. Coach) Friday, 7:30 p. m. ,Sunday
Martin also the low
Dreamers with a 153. third,at 129 for the Bottom runs Hurse calls the senior captaina I School, 10 a. m: Sunday' Night i

Elaine Griffi .also had the Scooters. hurdles. "hard worker." Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone ;.....,
I Adams was a half-miler last I year but Coach Hurse has : ability, he makes up for with Rev. Carl Edmondson pastor
Ask About switched him to the quarter: hard work," Hurse said of I.
mile this year. His best time : Adams.

OUR in the half-mile is a 2:05.2: "Our times are ahead of

.: good enough to have placedin last year, but we are behind TVRADIOREPAIRS DOYLE'S FARM
last year's schedule: in over-
Inc, Charge Plan the state last year. His all physical' condition because -
Your Friendly Store best quarter time is 53.8 and
we started two weeks
... ,
he has already hit 54.1 this later," Hurse said of his team. .,

to people now retired: as well ON ALL MAKES EAST PHONE

Men's "Ban-Lon" 'as people who are beginingto : Y
BROW JLEE SUPPLf j I 964-3011
SERVICEit MEN make their plans for retirement JMSTSERVICE :
"It answers a lot of the STARKE
SHIRTS questions we have heard time

and again from people apply-

ing for benefits," he said. ByFACTORY Has Purchased The ;
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Variety $ 98 ': such questions as: "What will TRAINED

of Styles K ;. Airman 2-C David L. Buie, ; I do with my time?" "Will my TECHNICIAN BROWNLEE AND CIIASTEEN STORE .
son of Mrs. Emily Buie of income really be enough? .
i "Will health last and All Work .
and Colors Starke, has-arrived at Tachi- Guaranteed -
what if I get sick?" "Where .
kawa Air Base in Japan for
duty with a Pacific Air Forces '1 can I go for help when I run' BULLINGTON'SApp'tiances And Will Handle A Complete Line Of
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unit.Airman Buie entered the I 1 A copy of the booklet may : '

U. S. Air Force in 1960 and is be obtained by writing or .
LadiesDRESSES presently serving as an air visiting the social security Phone 9646551PHONE
policeman. Before going to1;> office 411 Southwest Second : FRM FEEDSFLINT

Japan he was stationed at : Avenue- ,-Gainesville, ,Fla.- ':, '
Clark Air Base in the Philip- -

pine Islands. He is a graduateof

t. A School.Bradford County High ( RIVER MILLS)

Harvey C. Raley, Yeoman1st
class, U. ,S.1 Navy, is serv- 1 : FOR POULTRY ..- CATTLE

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which recently delivered near-

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For foster : The present address of Air-
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Band ContestCalled I Spring Term Held, ja1lBalouz Eugene Edwards I H .. -' .. p' 1. 1 I Services SundayFor I BAYLESS HIGHWAY i I. for my .district and the county-

Best Yet In County CourtThe driving while intoxicated 4 Mrs. Douglas |,I Ii i CHURCH SCHEDULE | Political I atlarge.A. B. WHITEHEAD.

sentenced'to six months in II Sunday School l. 10 a. m I
spring term of county : A % _ ___ Of BrookerMrs. I FOR COl'TV COMMI.SSIO.VER
jail and driver's license revoked i 1 Morning Worship 11 a. m Announcements i DISTRICT FOtR:
(Continued from Page 1) court last week saw 18 cases iI
for one. year. ; Training Union, 6 p. m I
of misdemeanors disposed of I' Rosa Evelyn Douglas ; I am a candidate tot CountyComwisvioner
-l '
Calvin Henley petit larceny i Evening Service, 7 m. Prayen I
p. Disrict 4, comprising -
omposed of Vicki Frees 73 of ,
by Judge T. A. Yawn. Brooker. died last Fri
sentenced to six months in I meeting, Wednesday 7 p.j! Cheiessa. Hampton, and
Kathy' Myrick. Phillis Haddock t Eugene S. McRae. removal I I day morning in King Me- FOR COIN COMMISSIONER !' Graham (county-at-large). T
'( 'm. Choir practice, Wednes-i DISTRICT TWO I have served this fair
and Loraine DeCaro. jail.K. morial | county
of' under Hospital at Lake Butler I
property case .
I S. Griffis worthless t dayBp.m. and just to all, and will con-
.t Excellent ratings were given closed after defendant made I ,' i after an extended illness. j I hereby announce my tinue to do so if re-elected to

the trumpet quartet of restitution and paid $7.50 check sentenced to a fine of Mrs. Douglas was born atI !, dacy for County candi-I this office. I am a widow and
tfohn $25 and .restitution or to 90 District Two (North do not have any other job to
'Scott Steve Edwards court costs.Clarence. I Worthington Springs on Dec. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH ; subject to the May primaries. Interfere with me in giving full
tUmmy l Lawson, and Don Eberle I Covington, Negro days in jail. I 28, 1888, the daughter of Mr. Rev. B. T. Williams Pastor ': I am a native of Bradford i> time to this important officeI
John Ira Warren driving I i County: a farmer, cattleman, would like to express my
and a baritone solo by permitting livestock to run at and Mrs. R. W. McLeod. She and taxpayer, and have the best i thanks to each one of you for
):Jenny Ramos. while intoxicated sentenced : Sunday School lOa. m.. at'I' voting for me in the past. andI
large case dismissed. I was married to the late Wil- Interest of the entire county I
? to a fine of $200 or three!, _ !I Morning Worship 11 a. m.* heart. I stand for honest, sin- would appreciate your vote in
Albert Newman Jr., participating liam L. Douglas. and in coun- :, the coming election.
cerity economy
months in license :
jail and revoked worship 7 m. Prayer -
Survivors Evening p. and, if elected Thank you so much.
in an affray, forfeited ; include one daughter ty government
Housewife Boss for one year. S meeting Wednesday 7 p. m ivill_ put forth my best efforts JESSfK. R CIIASTAIX l ____
bond of $35.Clifford Mrs. Alma Blair Brooker; ,
I Cecil Gibson failure to turn
Yarbrough, driving two sons J. D. Douglas and

Chamber Told while intoxicated, forfeited over title certificate dismissed ui ,Elton Douglas, Lake Butler:
motion of prosecuting at-
bond of $200. a brother, T. W. McLeod I

J [Continued From Page ii] Hersey Norman, voluntary torney. -- -- _iIt. .IL Jacksonville; three sisters, ij
-- -- -
.. Lacy Brown, carelessly burn- -
intoxication sentenced to Mrs. Minnie Gay and Mrs.
Warehouses could not afford o a ing woods, sentenced to a fine
fine of to 15 days in Top Allie Saffriett, Jacksonville,
$15 or
Jiandle small lots of '
any pro- of $50 or to 30 days in jail.
.( uct. I ; and Mrs. Annie Hayes, Lake 20 Worth or less, one time __u________ .93 Memorials, Resolutions ________ 5c per wordIf
jail.Lester James Newton Negro, care- Happy prize winners
top at the recent of
fn 'Friday's panel was the first T. Prevatt, participa- lessly burning woods, opening Bulling-, Butler; ten grandchildren andI not paid in adtance ________________ 1.00 Cards of Thanks: up to ;50 word ------ 2.50

in a series the Chamber of I ting in an affray, dismissed !I ed to a fine of $50 sentenc-I, ton'i.Appliance.s: were (left) airs. Leo Champion, who receiver I i' seven grent grandchildren. Keyed or Blind Ads ---_______________ 1.00 Over 50 words _____ __ __ 5c per word

Commerce plans to hold in an on motion of prosecuting at- j, days in jail. I a diamond ring valued at $200, and :Mrs. Kronenberger(i!, Funeral services, were held Each additional word over 20 __________ 05 DIsplay ads IB Classified! ______ 1.50 per Inch
was awarded wrist watch. at 2 in the
a p.m. Sunday
effort to acquaint local growers Leon Bright, Negro, carelessly :,
with the new trends in Lester T Prevatt voluntary burning woods, sentenced -' Harmon Free Will Baptist FOR SALE 4 pure bred i FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ALL TYPE LAWN MOWERS

.marketing.their products. intoxication, sentenced to a' to a fine of $50 or to 30'I Senator JohnsInterviewed 139 Cases Heard. Church near Worthington Black Angus Bulls. bee LuCIan '! Special a new group of Twist j I SHARPENED. FACTORY
.. I I Springs, of which she was a Conner ac farm on and other long plaving records 'WAY. CALVIN JOHNS.
fine of $37.50 or to 30 days i in I days in jail. j!'I OverTV's I Dur'ng Plea Day !j member, with the pastor, Mrs. ,, Buyiess hiway or write P. O. for only 98c at Dahmers :ohone 964-1441. tfchg

AJro Brown, remQval of' Box f U3. Starke.4tchg 3-15 Discount House. ltchg
< _
: ._
I : .,:-' __ : **. ... __': :. 3: ,.. =_ :.. < : property under lien, defendant'I Channel 5 Plea E. R. Corbett, officiating. I t:* "* "' ADULT EDUCATION COURSES
; Day in county court on
Burial was in Elzey] Chapel RELIABLE MAN OR WOMANTo
YOUR REHT MONEY CAN : found not guilty by jury. i State Senator Charley E. I I Tuesday, February 27, saw 139 1 Cemetery near Lake Butler. take over Watkins route make the down payment on a i THROUGH EVENINGS.THURSBAY. All

P Johns was interviewed:: on the routine cases come before I in Starke. Good for up to $65 beautiful! new Bulova an i High School suojects. Business l-

I County Board North Florida Judge T. A. Yawn with speed- weekly to start. No invest- Dahmers Discount House. Courses. Conversational
i Viewpoint pro- ing and / MAYOR'S COURT i iI I ment. Set your own hours.Permanent tfchg : Spanish. Mechanical Drawing:
BUY YOUR !EH HOMEVisit Welfare MembersTo gram on Channel 5 [educa- improper passing opportunity. Fullor Testing services. White student -

tional TV station at the University -j leading the list as usual. Chitty'I part time. Watkins Pro I
I Starke :Mayor Randal WE DON'T I, : contact L. H. Gibson.
Meet TomorrowThe of Florida] Tuesday Forty-three cases of unlawful ducts. Inc.. Dept. M-2 P. O. Sell help buy., USO Bids: Office. Neero stud'
Oar Display For All Details has heard just 19 cases in:: Box No., 2447. Memphis 2, ; you we you
night. J speed an i 37 for improper i ents: contact Prof. Eddie
(, Mayor's Court the past two Term. Up' .: Good selection of new and, School-
Bradford County Commission I Senator Johns discussed the I passing were recorded in the :i weeks as the load lightened!I :, used 8' and 10' wide Mobile -I TbomDkins. RJE High tfchgi
LaRue IEH Dealer and representatives of FOR RENT 2 furn-
I room
Corp. county during February to I Homes. I
-- plans for the new state prison after several heavy sessions. j jI :
the Welfare Office will meet] ished apartment and bath. I i
reception center to be con- take care, of the majority of William Howard Bowen, '< i LAKE GENEVA i I I FOR SALE 2 nice Jersey
at 9:30: a. m. Friday to work I I Lights:: and water furnished.
400 \\'. Madison Ph: 964-8641 stfticted in Union County at the cases. Other offenses were: :, driving while license was revoked $50 mo. Y. L- Kirchaine. 514 :I TRAILER PARK cows with young calves. Both

4 out move details of the of agency the from proposed the ; an ultimate cost of $3,500,000.He j I Larceny of automobile, 2; fined $27.50. : S. Epperson. tfchg. ,!; 1 mi. SE of Keystone Hts.,. Phone had complete 964-2252. vaccination ItehsI

;*jSs& said that $110,000 has been II I petit larceny, 1; improper William Howard Bowen, I Ii OCALA NATIONAL on Route 100
Agriculture Building to new
...... quarters in the Green buildIng appropriated for planning of I driver's license, 3; no validdriver's I i driving vehicle without license'' FOREST tfchg;I I $100.00 REWARD

iF f on N. Court Street. The this facility, and another j'I license, 6; selling I t plate, fined $27.50, sentence I J CAMPSITES !, BE SURE I i!I LOST East of Hawthorne
.! $700,000 for the start of construction alcoholic beverages to minors, I suspended. 'I 80 x 100 i 1 2 young female Pointers. One
welfare agency' has objectedto j 5198 Cash or Your insurance policies are .
expected this year.A i 3; profane and indecent language ;; Hamilton Lamar Jacobs, liver and white the other
I not limited to hospital ,
S20 Down $9 care
certain features of the ; mo. Call Bill
;PAJC HOME! new location, and attemptswill planning conference for the i 1; no driver's license, 3; canvassing without a city Access to Launching I but provide for care in your'I 1! Lemon and Hawthorne white. Fla.

new facility was held at the worthless check, 6; driving: permit, forfeited bond of $27.-]( Ramp on Oklawaha River. home or the Chiropractors Williams,
I be made to remedy these Raiford prison I while license suspended, 1; removal ANGUS HASTINGS : office. I I 481-2201. 2tp 3-15
Tuesday, Sen
I | 50. ; I
Jj&t I 3 APPLIANCESifias or find a more suitable loca- I! Box 140. Fort McCoy Fla. We will gladly check your I I
Johns said, when state offic- of property under lien !, Edward W. Heskett, vagrancy policies to see if you haveI STILL PAYING RENT?

tion.The welfare office is being ials conferred with Lake But- I 6; contributing to the delinquency -I three days in jail. J WE'RESEARCHING I I proper coverage. Consult the i After paying! rent for five

moved to make room for expansion ler leaders concerning water i of a minor, 1; passing> Ozzie Cecil Carroll, driving ) Dr. H. G. Bollinger Chiropractic -i years the said. "we have

and sewage dispostal facilitiesin : stopped school bus, 3; improper -' while under: the influence of Office. 426 N. Walnut St. nothing to show for it." So
of the ASCS office in :
USED connection with the new I license tag, 1; disturbing the 1 an alcoholic beverage, sentenced -i Starke. 2tp 3-22 why not pay the rent and at
the Agriculture Building. the same time be buying the
for intelligent, conscientiousand
center. I peace, 2; driving while intox- I to a fine of $77.50 or ROUTE OPENING FOR LADY house. Just $287.50 down VA

Johns also discussed the : icated, 3; reckless driving, 3; i to 15 days in jail. I, ambitious men with a [35 to 65]. Earn $75.00 per or $425.00 FHA.A. .

Mass Schedule future construction of addi- I fishing without license, 2; II'I Ozzie Cecil Carrol, failure'! pleasant, friendly personalitywho week or more. Car necessary.We J. Thomas, Realtor

is looking for a permanent train. Write Watkins 659 _ _ tfchg,
voluntary intoxication, 4; following -
At under -
: Changed tional new facilities at the new i, to have vehicle control West Peachtree St. N. E. At- -
prison on the Bradford Coun- ; too closely, 4; failure to 1 I! and causing accident, 10 !'I responsible, well-pay- Janla 8. 4tc g_3-29 INCOME TAX SERVICEC.

WASHERS Catholic ChurchFather ty side of New: ,River. These I yield right-of-way, 1; violation '.1'days in jail, sentence suspended -!i. ing position; an opportunity to E. 1IUTCHESON

will include an administration ; of the Public Railroad I i|: earn a substantial income IMMEDIATE Opening for SATURDAYS
Connie Dougherty has i and Utilities Commission !i I through investment of self, !; man over 21. high school i AN1Won. >
asked motel and restaurant building, a chapel and a rec- ; Ozzie Cecil Carroll, improper j graduate and automobile Irk: after 5 p. ra.C&I1 .
rather than an invesment of
reation for inmates, statute, 2, and improper I brakes, contributing to : necessary experience in financial I
owners to remind tourists that building 981-1195
; I he said. C \ of these facili- brakes, 1. an accident, three days in jail.,( capital. field helpful. Ad- 521! Pratt St.
there will be of the
a change Yes, we need men who can vancement for person willing I
01'' SEVERAL DIFFERENT MAKES Willie Jones Jr., Negro, pUb-
ties will be approximately $1- 10"2; M5
time of :Mass: for this Sunday sell Life Insurance on a full or *o apolv themself. ContactMr. :
only, March 18. Because of 500,000 he',said, and $60,000 Catholics Set lic intoxication five days injail. C. E. Zipperer. 144 W I -
1 part time basis. No Debit.
the has been appropriated, but I I!, i 1 0il 1 l St. Starke or call 964- WANTED Small contracts.
First Holy Communion, 1
", FROM: Mass at St. Edward's Church, not yet relea'sed, for ,preliminary -. Special\ Mass.( I Willie Sheppard, Negro, dis-:,1 Guaranteed salary with intensive I 9091. tfchg i! cal.Carpentry Phone repair J. F. or Thompson mechani-,
for the
S50up' Starke will be at 8 a. m. in- planning, Sen, :Johns For. 8:AJ\1,- Sunday''i j orderly conduct by profane ; per- I i Jr. .4181. Keystone Heights.
selected. Unmatched
; : sons SALE
stead of the regular time of said it is oped :to get the I I raid indecent language, case op- I 3tp 3-22
A* speciaj" First Holy Communion dismissed when plaintiff fail-; f' portunity. Contact C. A. Mar-
10 .o'clock. planning money some time Once A Year Only FARM
tin, 14 East University Avenue -
this year. I Mass will be celebrated -j j ed to appear. I Ii
Mass at St. William's Equipment: For
Chapel Gainesville, Florida.:: Special Purchase :I
I 8 o'clock disorderly '
at on Sunday I i Willie Sheppard. Negro,
Keystone Heights, will be at The Bradford-Union solon :, Itchg 1 i Plowing -
Factory Authorized
morning in St. Edward'sChurch. i conduct by fighting
M ytag & Frigidaire Dealer :also discuss the educational! j Planting.
: 10 o'clock instead of 8:30: a. i case dismissed when plaintiff!I SEPTIC TANK cleaning and !! : INDUSTRIAL

I ]m. due to the annual Holy program now in progress at i failed to ; ON PIANOS
: Receiving::! the. Blessed Sac- appear. feed line service. Joe Forsythe, ; Equipment For Every Job
355 N. Temple Ave. Name Communion Breakfast prison whereby inmates disorderly i' P. O. Box 184, Lake Butler, Walnut
tament for the first time will Jack Cherry, Negro, Cherry, Ebony,

... S :scheduled for that day. j trades.are trained for several. useful I be Joseph Kaufmann, his conduct by fighting i iI Fla. Phone HY 6-4163.4tp 3-29! ,I Mahogany Finishes ;Superior Tractor Co.

I Sister, Lucille Kaufmann, Linda I forfeited bond of $37.50. I $495.00 PHONE EV 9-677

J Griggs, and Ann Crowley, I St. Clair C. Russell, failure FOR SALE Nice home 3 i 5333 W. Bean Jacksonville

all residing at Kingsley Lake. to have vehicle under control : BR. 1',2 bath. Hdw. floors. I! And Up -
I. Large LR and DR combinedeat MOTHER desires to keey 4 or
nd causing accident, forfeited 1 Also Sale on good used
: f in kit. Double sink GE re- i. 5 year old boy daytime. Phone
".. ; t Scout Official bond of $102.50. i. frig and stove. Call 964-2194. i i and practice pianos. j 969-1834. _Up

'T : T' <: I Elmer Gene Hunter, reckless tfchg. -

I t. : :, Speaks To RotaryBill driving by unlawful speed | | MUSIC CENTER FOR SALE 5 Horse powei
: rye I WOULD LIKE nice home for fishing motor. $40.00 cash. AlCrosby.
,. .
I fined $17.50. | I .
mother 6 Call
dog and puppies.
: : 1025 UP\!
Shiner. Neighborhoo6Commissioner Edwin Fulcher, improper I, 964-7984. ltp : W. University Ave.

I of Boy Scouts of passing, forfeited bond of $27.- j :i'1 i Ph. FR6-4145 ;: FOR SALE: One Pflueger
"t I IN CITY POUND 1 Lemon Supreme Reel 1 Casting rod.
America, spoke at the Rotary 50. Gainesville Fla. :
I S. S. Spotted male Pointer. Owner' 2 Spinning rods. 1 set Dick
i Club Wednesday, outlining the i
S Mose Youngblood Jr., Negro, may have bv paying board ,; Pope Skis; 1 St lam Ski and

; obligations of the sponsoring' disorderly conduct by fighting : and advertising cost. Contact'' FOR SALE Three 1-14' Minnow Sein, Reason Table
organization to the troop. The City PoIi e. Itchg priced. Phone 964-4123
? not euiltv. i. room house good location.I .
--- ---W'Ronald -----
ns L S
S club sponsors Troop 70 in Smart, disorderly by : LARGE HOUSE FOR.'SALEJ --,: Reasonable down.paymellt.. ZCCI1R ,)-"

.1 Starke. profane and indecent lang- J I Comoletely furnished [6', Financing arranged. Contact: '

: oegel's Among the responsibilities of uage, sentenced to a fine of"I,I apartments] double garage. Community State Bank. SMART GIRLS

the sponsoring organization to $27.50 or to five days in jaiL 210 N. Cherry St. ,_tfchg;.

.. the troop, as outlined by Shiner! Ronald Smart, disorderly .1 See fcnjoy! J.a R,home Bullinton.plus income.Owner. FOR RENT House trailer- Employment in Jacksonville,

: arc: providing necessary lead- conduct by threatening bodily tfchg twin bedroom, 35 ft. Couple i, Florida.

:; FINANCE COMPANY ,:;, ership, housing facilities, jx>li- harm, sentenced to a fine of .COME TO TilE FREE BAR- only.!. Pool no pets.privileges.Utilities furnished. Sleepy- Who can handle a responsible

cies, program, finances. out-, $52.50 or to 10 days in Jail. BECUED CHICKEN DINNER Hollow Motel Phone 964- position .:

door program, and advance John Huston Brantner, run- j,I & TWIST CONTEST at the 9571. _tt, hg. Who want, an opportunity forADVANCEMENT

ment. At the conclusion of his! ning red light, forfeited bondof t New Azalea Drhe-In and ,
: FINANCE I talk he showed a color tiim on; $12.50. : Dance Hall. Saturday March OPEN Nfj FREE .
I 17. 7:30 to 9 P.M. Everyone
WITH NO the Jamboree at Colorado; invited. Itchg, NO PAY STROUT REALTY. Permanent career.

Springs, which was attended by| I J. Hansen. Rep. 5- ml 8. of I I| No experience "

CHARGE 1 more than 50,000 Scouts from THE RIGHT POINT for t he FOR RENT 3 room all Starke on U. S. 301. Phone.i'i necessary.
Full while
", all< over the world. ,way you write. Come In and electric eQuipted apartment.To 46I166. Waldo.\ _tfchg I\ pay
single or Christian couple. i.' PAID VACATION
favorite ESTER- 1 FOR
I btlect your SALE 2 bedroom
speaker introduced
was Phone 969-1545. tfchg
by Rev. John R. Brabnam,'' 6ROOX Fountain Pen. TELE frame house on nice lot. North ,
CARS who had charge of the GRAPH. .: FOR SALE US 301. $2,500 Cash. Terms :;';:, Birth Certificate and high
program. 1-2 down balance monthly. School
I j I Ready mix concrete. concrete Diploma required.
S Rev. Rodger Ezell of Valdosta 1 block piers fence posts. sand : Phone 964-8052 or 964-1232. :

i Ga., who is'song leader at revival cement.mortar mix. rock. steel : Itp'' APPLY
thru oyster shell Umerock. and roof .
services now: "being conducted FOR RENT2
bedroom un- '
gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg
j : 1957 : ;at. the Madison Street Bradford Engineering Co. 'nrl1ichpd Ri.n'f: aDartment. Phone ttrh"I Florida.Service state' Employment

Baptist Church, sang two baritone HARMONY ELECTRIC Gui- '
COLONIAL FLORIST 413 S. %Second Ave.
1 solo.s: tar like with and
; new case
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'Only P. T. D. Florist In Starke. Gainesville, Florida.

-- I Supro amplifier. Payments 'Flowers wired any place. Flowers .
-- --- Itch
$8.55 month at Dahmers Dis- *
MMB MMBMi &rtM --
HiMM MH Ml -F--------- .
-- :.r-- for all
f'.01mt. Jfnnsp occasions locally.1!i! MBMHMMMMMHMHASTINGS
I'b Florida Pest Control offers I I ltchg Phone 964-8291. 506 East:

you I 1'EIIJPPLJI I I FOR SALE Six fcead of !!JWnna RI:_. Jtfchjj1BOR MATTRESS

Goats. See Bedenbaugh at & UPHOLSTERYVORKS
PURINA MICRO-MIXING Hampton Fla Up RENT Furnished apartjmpnts. -1

-\ Reasonable] rates. N.arii 718 Lemon St. ... Palatka

F' $ % Every year, manufacturing feed becomes a more difficult job FOR SALE One mare-?x- j i Chopping center. Phone 969(2011 -) Furniture Repaired, Up.
requiring I Isteck. (
T -4) penenced rider. Good for or call at 213 8. Cherry! bolstered'
more precision & Refinished
machinery and
S more painstaking care. The reason is riding or hunting. One !'('St. Shell Oil Co- Qfflce.1 tfchg|
r that feed formulas are becoming more complex each year, requiring colt-20 months sired by MATTRESSES REBUILTNew ;

: more and tinier ingredients all the time. Many essential ingredients in Misty Moe. R. W. Bryan ''FURNISHED APARTMENTS: Innersprings
quantities as small as a thimbleful per ton must be mixed throughout "Wr Crawford Rd. Lawtey Fla. lizhts an-J water furnished'j'' and Box Springs

t a batch of feed. If mixing isn't done right one bird ..4 ,1Iii,.,. Up, Tnnuire Eullimton
or animal f
can get si 'Drop Us A Card Call
..... Wt Mqdi!on fit
too much b
too little
or of these tiny but essential ingredients. FOR SALE Equity in 3 tfch2'I
'-J!! Thanks to Purina's 4 :::.. bedroom concrete bjock homein I! PALATKA EA 5-9166
exclusive PEYTON
Micro-Mixing process, tiny amounts of IJ' i Saratoga Heights. Hardwood FLORIST STABKE 964-5934

ingredients are blended evenly through every bag or ton of Purina '. 1. : floors. Chain link fence. 119 S. THOMPSON ST. JIBS. PEGGY SHALLEB.SUuke. .

,Johnny Breeden' helping you avoid waste and increase your feeding ef cit"ncy. Micro- Call 964-5844. tfchg PH01'4155 Agent
12 NIGHT 964-2891 or 961-1022
::=: ;
Mixing also protects birds .. MMMBMt9MMIMVFOR
of Florida Pest your or animals from getting too much DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS |
'Controlvould of the powerful ingredients in today's feeds, which can be dangerous ,, : ....CoIoo....-'." ac.l.S .4...- Fine opportunities for income We Wire Flowers Anywhere !I SALE 2 bedroom house
: & 1 acre of 1 and
when overfed. ..... tfcnti i ; 114
like to see you -- -- on a full or part-time basis iI
miles from town. Call 964
'and gvt u'QualntWhen. you feed Purina, you know your birds or animals are getting ....... -.... handling a prestize line of'1 I 2691. 2tp 3-22
the 1 .. t ...... finest cosmetics !pr Avon. I Income TaxService
ed. right amount of each
ingredient they need for top gains and MI.tJ4C ., Write or Call Mrs. Donna' ,
: ;
efficiency. thanks to Purina's exclusive I ICflIOIMU IIIdAIIfU8 FOR RENT Kingsley Lake
__ Micro-Mixing process. Burns Box 448. Qsinesville. :,
-- -I------- ._ w'- j i furnished 2. bedroom house.
--------- ---- r-i __ I Fla. Give directions to'your ,
- II
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-- Well heated.
: I I home and phone number. I 964-3031 after 3:30 P.M. Available to
FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & I I June 1. Phone 954-42QJ or
CHEMICAL CO. 1 WILL DO troninz in my own Mrs C. F. Rhoden 964-9741. tfchg

539 E. Call St. Phone 964-3965 Starke, Fla. .1 4F Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH I hnmp Phone 864-9924. Ito 1126 N. Thompsont I''BE SURE to see WORLD

-.4 ..' HOOD USED Ranees and re- FURNISHED one bedroom J3OOKtbe! re'buy1ng any encyclopedia. ..

. .ifrteerator! at nrices yOU can acartment for rent. W. H.1 M. A Payne, your
.!. ..J' ." .Y..Y. . . . .; f af jrd. North Florida. Suoolv. Nollman. 510 N. Cherry. local representative since 1951.
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Bradford County Telegraph

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Company C 1 gun were used in firing. I ion S-lt and is now serving u ,#_.,., 1 I" 61_ Amount and time of rain will practice to coat all large cuts I In the vacancy.If servation district. The preparing -

The battalion is commanded! Division Trains commander. determine' the need for addi- with a waterproofing mater the hole Is too
WITH YOUR unsightly, of a soil and capability
News Notes I by Lt. Harry M. Hatcher Jr.' Co. C was the unit chosen tional application. Use same Let's iaL If you don't have a special then place a potted plant in map for an Individual farm is

I with units in Starke. Camp j' to represent the Battalion in COUNTY AGENT material each time. CoCardethng plant pruning dope, then the one of the first steps in the
Members of Company C, I Blanding. and Jacksonville. the Command Inspection. CoL For 25 gallons of spray use v any good paint will do. gap as a stand-in until"J conservation program, which
748th Ord. Bn., the local Nat- i McClane said that he was well one pound of 25 per cent mal- Pruning of plants used nature comes to the rescue. will eventually tie Into the

ional Guard unit, along with Company C was ,inspectedby pleased with the inspection thion. If you add the sulphur, mostly for mass foliage shouldbe Equipment reouired to national resource conservation
other units of the 748th, went CoL T. K. McClane Jr., t and proud to find the unit in use 1% pounds. done in the winter months prune trees and shrubs includes 'I'I program.

to the rifle ranges at Camp commanding officer of Division -|I I such excellent shape. Theofficers just before the time of the a good hawk bill knife i i The other day I was discussing -

Blanding on March 24-25 for Trains and his staff on. and men were com- YY..YYYYYYYYYTTTYYYYY1BROOKER. By Hervey Sharpe Initial bud growth. At this shears large hedge shears I{ changes in his soil conservation -

the purpose of qualifying personnel Monday'' night, March 5. The j|. plimented on being qualified k d. Agricultural Extension Service season an early plant hair-cut! [electric if you can afford i farm plan with Russ

M-l in weapons firing. The former unit commander of the'i' in their assigned positions and Xa i will shape: the shrubs and set them, a saw, and a pail to sell Green. We had stopped atone
and carbine rifles/the'' .45 Starke unit has served as a' reminded that training was the plant off In the right carry the wound dressing. cultivated field and was
-calibre pistol and machine Battalion Commander. Divis-!!] the most important objective By Shirley Green Plants are like people -i i direction so that it will require talking about crop rotation
they look better with an i
with all reserve units. minimum throughout
care -
'II .......A ........... occasional "hair-cut". I when he remarked "I try to
Company' C is commandedby the growing season. ,, change my crops around so
Capt. Drew Reddish and Mrs. Marie McDavid of However, plants are not Pruning flowering plants Is i i that I put back what I take
the unit's first sergeant is J :rrJ..tBy Gainesville. Mrs. Nita'Dyal of style-minded. They prefer an tricky business. A general and out." Russell uses oats and rye

Robert W. Drake. G. T. Huggins Starke and Mrs. Lloyd Dyal 'ole fashioned windblown bob safe rule to follow is to learn and lets his fields lay-out
BUCVKSGROCERY The unit had its annual attended the wedding of their over the flat-top. the habits of the flowering which helps improve the land.
inventory and audit during 116116 I I 161 niece. Miss Iris Hobbs and Skimming off too many shrubs and in the winter Our Soil Our Strength -

the week of Feb. 5 and the Strawberries Jerry Smith in Panama City leaves will not only let Sol prune only) those that bloomon
Soil Conservation The wind was blowing
auditor's showed no last weekend. scald their "brains," but it
report CAPTAN Is the spray or wood of the current sea 'I the dust was flying but you
and MARKET adjustments and rated the dust to use from here on out. Mrs. Bedie Conerly and Mrs. may not spare enough green- son's growth. For those N-E-W-S can pass some fields that are

unit superior. Plants are all sizes but most Ara Holton of Hague were ery to keep them healthy. shrubs that bloom on second ready for planting and the
Half Mile North of City Limits-U. S. 301 BID Haas
plants have berries on them. Saturday night dinner guestsof The important types of year wood then prune shortly By dust is not flying. Why?
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OPEN 7 DAYS 7 AM. 11 P.M. Local Guardsmen, along Berries on straw mulch and Mrs. Mattie Sowell. pruning are winter, summer, after they- are through-- bloom--- -- They use a system of
with other members of the even on plastic will be less apt I Mrs. Edd Polk visited Mr. formal informal and pinch-j.ing.By Area soil scientist Charles tilling in such a way astern
I' 48th Armored Division, will to have soft spots that will I and Mrs. H. B. Stokes in ing. Pinching plants is a safe using this type plant Young with the Soil Conser- of tilling in such awy as

MAXWELL HOUSE attend summer field trainingat mold and rot very fast if cap- Starke Wednesday afternoon.Mr. practice because they don't psychology, it is possible to vation Service, prepared soil to keep protective amounts of

COFFEE. 1 Ib. tin . 69c Fort Stewart Ga. from tan is used. and Mrs. J. R. Mott and slap back. It is a form of keep the plants in proper and capability maps for the I vegetative material on the sur
July 21 to August 4. Capt. U plants, are good size and sons visited Mrs. Brook Perry- snipping out tender delinquent shape and at the same time farms of L. G. Johns Jr., E. J. face of the soil until the crop

ARMOUR'S VEGETOLESHORTENING Reddish has Instructed all heavily fruited, it might be man in Gainesville Sunday. shoots before they become secure maximum bloom. Lanum Emory L. Brown R. has come up. They also util-

members to advise their em- well to use 3 to 5 pounds of Mrs. Ruby Waldon of Wildwood hardened offenders. I Formal hedges should be D. Reddish, and Berry Garcia ize the plant residue left in
3 Ibs. 59c ployers now of the field train- 50 per cent captan per 100 was the weekend guestof Winter pruning as implied trimmed in early spring and Jr. These maps will be used to J cultivated fields by incorporating -
dates in order that plans Rosa summer depending on the develop a complete soil and :;
ing gallons of water or if you Mrs. Kelley. is making with the shears it into the soil or leavingit
ROYAL may be made for attending."In cent Mrs. Edd Polk and Mrs. C. during the dormant season. nature of the plants. Of water conservation farm plan. on the surface during the
dust use a 5 or 6 per
LONG GRAIN RICE 5 IBs. 59c the past cooperation has material. J. Tetstone and Patsy visitedMr. Summer pruning is trimming course you can sneak in a The Soil Conservation Service j time of high winds-

been splendid, and civilians Captan will also assist in and Mrs. Frank Polk in I plants during the growing season light top cutting at any time has been delegated wider responsibilities -

VAN CAMP and military personnel know holding down leaf spot. In Trenton Thursday.Mrs. Formal pruning refers to of the year so long as foliage in the resource '
I i
PORK & BEANS 4 No. 2/2 cans 99c the need for our members attending fact after harvest has begun Clara Mae Bishop of : keeping a specimen plant of snipping isn't so drastic as to conservation program. A prin-! THE RIGHT POINT for the
these summer train- captan is the only material Mobile Aia. and Mrs. Bonnie ; a hedge trimmed to a fancy leave a ragged appearance. cipal responsibility is still the i way you write. Come in and

FAB- reg. size limit 1 25c ing periods. I urge that this! that will pass the Food Chem- Harvey and daughter San- I shape. Informal clipping is Unless you can plow an furnishing of technical assistance j select your favorite ESTER-
be continued" Capt. Reddish ical regulations. dee Lynn of Biloxi, Miss. ; merely helping nature make arrow-straight furrow acrossa to individual farmers co- j BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-

KOUNTRY KIST said. If you grow crops for food visited Mrs. T W. Markey the plant look natural 40-acre field, don't try to operating with their local con- I GRAPH.
several days last week. While There several pruning trim a formal hedge without
PEAS CORN 2 for . you should have a copy of our are
or 29c Two members of the unit new bulletin on vegetable Insect here they visited their uncle principles according to Uni- line cord. Remember, a mis-I A VOTE FOR
T. W. Markey in Kings Me- versity of Florida ornamental take with the shears takes
SOUTHERN Pvt. Philip Clark and John and Disease Control.
morial Hospital, Lake But months to cover up. With informal -
experts. EweilLawsonV
Carroll recently left for sixmonths' Know Your Fertilizer .
PEACHES 4 No. 2V2 cans 99c active duty after That is the name of a brand ler.J. They; say that small shrubs hedges you can take i

which they will return to the new bulletin that really has E. Townsend was the I should be pruned in chances as your purpose is For
JIM DANDY With $5.00 Food Order of Mr. and to keep the plants at
weekend guest merely
be such to them
unit. Four months will some good information in it. a way as keep
GRITS 5 lbs. . 25c spent at Fort Jackson. S. C. It will help you be sure that Mrs. W. E. Townsend and beautiful Also branches least on your side of the prop- I CountyCommissioner

undergoing basic training and you know what you need and family and his mother Mrs. should be cut to a bud or an- erty line. i
CABIN HOME With $5.00 Food Order the' other- two months will be what you are getting. Lola Townsend in Avon Park. other branch as .this Insures In pruning ornamentals! :

MEA 5iba. -, . 25c spent attending school or on- What are primary plant Mrs. Townsend returned for amonth's rapid healing over the wound. especially where they are i DIST.
the-job training in auto me- foods and what do they come visit. Other guide lines for prun- growing in groups banks and I (County at Large)
i PET With $5.00 Food Order chanics. from? What are secondary Mr. and Mrs. Edd Polk ing include a double-cut approach other crowded locations exercise -
MILK plant foods? visited! Mrs. Faye Johnson and when lopping off care in hacking out IS A VOTE FOR
tall cans'. .- $1.00 Iris Lee in Gainesville Satur- dead wood. Study the situa-
There 30 materials branches to with
Y are over larger cope The Progress of
Recent transfers included ,
tion carefully first. Be sure
listed .as'sources of nitrogen.Which day.Mrs. uncontrolled splitting. First I
WEEK-END MEAT SPECIALS Officer Candidate Richard are available very rapid Beulah Baxter of Jack- cut the limb off about 18 to make your removal cut 1 Bradford CountyI j
Jockel being transferred to Carrie in- where the
sonville and Mrs. branches are joinedto
rapid mOderate: slow or very inches from the trunk then I
Co. B. 748th Ord. Bn. at slow., For. example you mightbe gram of Starke visited Mr. make the second cut a smooth the main stem or. a least,I EXPERIENCED IN

FRYERS grade A -, lb. . 29c Camp Blanding and assignedas told that your fertilizer is and Mrs. J. P. Baxter during job at the collar of the swell- well Into the green wood.area,i Municipal Government .

Assistant Training Officer.1st organic because it has urea the weekend. ing at the trunk. It is a good so that there will be a ready I (Pd. PoL Adv.)
SMOKED Lt. James R. Reddish was Wilson Green renewal of branches to fill.
PICNICS ib. Mr. and Mrs. iy
29c ._ -
nitrogen. This type nitrogen is ----- -- -..... -.. -
transferred to Co. C from Co. I Jacksonvillewere > _...=". .","""- ""- ,, -
classified organic, but is and daughters of .
SMOKED BACON lb. 39c B. Pvt. John and James Pre- changed to another form in a weekend guests of Mr.
- '
vatt were transferred to Com- few days and Is quickly avail- and Mrs. Dave Green. SAVE ON A 62 FORD TRUCK NOWJ!

FRESH GROUND BEEF lb. 49c pany C from the Guard unit able to the plant. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinney
in Leesburg. and of Gainesville visit- .
What happens to fertilizer. sons ,..
SELECT when it Is applied to the soil? ed Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green

BEEF LIVER Enlisted members of the ,Well,,.t11aJbuij t1n. -tells .you Thursday: night :
-3' Ibs. .- $1.00 Guard may apply for Officers Bometfilng about it and is' Mr. and Mrs..Curtis Chambers FORD 0 D A
Candidate School which Is and family of Jackson-
written kinda
PURE so we .can understand -
Fresh or Smoked conducted at Camp Blandingby it. Ask for ville were weekend guests of
a copy
PORK SAUSAGE lb. 59c the Florida National and it Is yours. Guard. Capt. Reddish said that, How Many Insects Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Clark c

FRESH CAT FISH -. lb. 49c one or two of the enlisted Who knows? About 200 and son of Starke were the
men of Company C will be years ago scientists started an Sunday guests of Mr. and

LEAN PORK CHOPS ]b. 59c recommended for the next effort to name all living Mrs. Lloyd Clark.
class. Names will be announced things. To date about a mil- Mr. and MrsJ.. R. Mott

SWANSON TV DINNERS 59c at a later date. lion and animals described have as species.been found Of J I Perryman and sons of and Gainesville Mrs. Brook attended GAlAXIES !

OCEAN PERCH 12 The unit training officer, this number about two-third I the funeral of Mrs. '62 Club S d n-Fcrd'i big, mort-for-your-monajr
oz. pkg. 38c 1st Lt. Fred Snell stated: belong to the insect group. I Nora Layfield in Trenton luxury car.Thundrbird ttjrliag...choice of'I'bwldu- .

FARM "We have openings for one At present there are over Sunday.Mrs. bird power! Twia-frjrear (tvery 6,000 mQ!. ) roc -
and chil- tin ttnriflt! "
' man in 'the office personnel 685,000 known different kinds J. H. Sullivan -*
FROZEN PIES each supply Mrs. Hazel Crews. SAVE ON FORD'S e '
33c section several personnel of. insects on our earth. If dren visited r-

\ APPLE, CHERRY or PEACH as well as automotive they were listed 200 names and Albert Willis in Jackson- FULL-SIZE LUXURY( CAR)! feftml. Ml.wlMtl.(Mtn(ftioMl.. ritffeMl MlFALCONS .
repairmen." Those interestedin per page, there would be a ville Sunday. .
f STRAWBERRY, BANANA, CHOCOLATE, LEMON auto mechanics supply and book .o1.. .lUU..... _pages____ "Wl.I_'_. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor
CREAM PIES storage work office work and I and family and Mrs. G. E.
ready to serve ea. 43c The book Is getting bigger
\Iii 1' welding are invited to visit each year. We are told that McGauley of Palatka were the
'I' the week of Mr. and
the armory during Sunday guests
; t new species of insects are being -
\ found and classified at the Mrs. Roy Green and family.
rate of five to six thousand Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham

' each year. One of the first to Jr. and son Billy, and Mr.

? 7 Left be found and has never been and Mrs. Lloyd Wood were
Hurry Days killed out Is the common' weekend guests of Mr. and
reach that infests our homes.' Mrs. R. A. Guest in Nashville, aoawra -.rs r...AI

Plums And Peaches -...- IIIIiIblt6.d If "- III ...... ef5 _L 4 J'.....
.. Ga.We wish to express our vni. t-Awfc '.Eayown.aaiawyr .... FORD PICKUPS p.' ........._.....
Can be good If you keep a .... III f JU 1IIIdr..... ...' _..-
of J
spray schedule In action to ; sympathy to the families ...-........ -- .
prevent that worm called plum : G. B. Colson and Mrs. Rosa J f I .r .L.i.....
cucurlio. I Douglas, and also to Mrs. f 10 1BibF.R .
the death -.... f ''XIII -
Beulah Harrell on. ,
It takes at least four appUcati@ 1 G1 !!'Y"
ic Of course if rain i of her brother Willie Raborn ... << Cf :i ...

cu washes one off soon after it in Jacksonville.
l\I I is applied you must put it on Ronald Polk celebrated his 9.y
again. I 18th birthday Sunday. Those
I There are really some good :: enjoying the occasion were his
parents Mr. and Mrs. Edd COLD :
I plum trees in our county and ,
and Mrs. y Y
Mr. y
Polk Olan Polk
they can produce some good
I C. J. Tetstone and children $ -
plums. Four that come to my WEATHER
Mr. and Mrs. H: B. Stokes of
mind right now are at the of r : V )km 'Mt
1 homes of TUlly Norman. J. B. Starke James McKenney Y V'S
Richard Stokes UP NORTH
Whitehead, Calvin Ward and Graham and
Mrs. Francis Olmstead. !i of Gainesville.

J I I.n Four tablespoons of 25 percent I Brooker The Brooker Garden Garden Club Club MEANS r
!I malthion wettable powder -
met last Thursday night at V ,
in one gallon of water is
II a good spray. Might help leaf the Community Center with HOT BUYS VV x ._
the president. Mrs. E. Klein- V
spot and some types fungus if

I wettable you add three sulphur.tablespoons The mal-of man made, in during charge.the Plans business were DOWN HERE! :::::

thion for the Insect is the meeting to have a bake
main Interest. on Saturday March 24. After
1. Apply first spray just as the business meeting Mrs.
14 tf ft "Nomad FIbe.rrIaM Boat -Johnson "18" HP-Murry TOt Trailer I tiny fruit begins to show. Ernest Lester gave a demon- i

I 2. Apply second spray 10': ments.stration" Each on "Table member Arrange-madea i LOOK! We've got trainloads of new Ford cars and trucks

I days later. :I I flower arrangement for her 'rn 1 1
COME REGISTEROFTEN I 3. Apply third spray 10 to three from the sn Kortb! They're aO priced to sell '
14 days after second. 1 1I own table. The Club had owct Enter ttw Mtyc tUi Pnw CoMt-.
visitors at the meeting: Mrs. iw COM fe to pfck M4 yow WwtM
I 4. Apply fourth spray 2 or 3 Special! To to
tfeUito a
NO OBLIGATIONTo I weeks before ripening. Frank Tinney of Gainesville fast 1! Immediate defirv"" rv-COME H HOW and look at our Mwk.* to SM 4* fe MjMl M OfeM ta. Entry ooh

Be Given Away Wednesday March 21 8:00 P. M. I This is a general schedule. Mrs. Leon Jones and Miss MiIc.Mf.-.Fortf....Owfar.tI Ii.-tar cootets....,.
Linda Green. Mrs. James WI rp. .-
or on drill nigni.Lt Temple was in charge. of re- pnces check m teals! 10 lift FOlD 'AIII.MU
freshments.I .
IMPERIAL Service Station Bradford County health offi- I I a I1Ng 1ItaQd 18'1 CB> ) em IIJf 1&1111 ra.; 110 III BIll -

cer, attends drill with the lo- ER

cal unit and is assigned to l L Rlfl TERWILLEGAR MOTORS :

"BUY THE BEST BUY IMPERIAL"U. Division.the Medical Members Battalion of 48th the : ,

S. 301 North City Limits Starke Fla. unit were given polio.immunizations EiKTRlC GLASS aoTTO 206 WEST MADISON ST. STARKE PHONE 964-3381 !
I at the last weekend IOATS .

r drill on Feb. 11.f __. __. _., h _,_

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YY' YYYYY VYTYYTYYYTYVLAjtTEY week was a s .&k.shower.' at :'Th" osfi"visil'nlMand' "' Mrs.: :;Mrs. V. H. Appleby of Jacksonville '1 .1b Social Security same and for final discharge TilE RIGHT. ,POINT for the

the omVo'rMrs."Glenn'Shti- "NfatfterJ W'Jk'isoh'- i ''l 1awere. i Sunday Beach a.ijd Mrs. jLeslie' t '- i as George Executrix A. Hibbs.of the deceased.Estate. of!; way you write. Come in and

: f in'hohor""bf Mrs. Bobby .. Mr: Wpkisbn's"paripris| 'Bradley and< f mi11t'of, ; .I.Iz "A: representative of the February 14th 1962. select your favorite ESTER-

.. Pearson.. Hostesses were 'MrsL: Mr..ahd. 'ilrsrS'fe: Thompsoii Kingsley Lake, and their 'son, "L Gainesville Social Security'I trix MURIEL of the U Estate HART.of Execu-George RROOK Fountain, Pen.' TELE-

By,:'Enia Bhmehar'" Floyd Putch Miss Geneva of Lakef'Builer and her. ,"sister 7'Mi ,' Marvin Warren and'family" of ,, office will "be at the court- A. Kibbs. deceased GRAPH..: ,
Mt.8etWthFris. ; _. 4t SlDependable ". .- r..
Green Mrs. Hester Hicks ,.and Jacksonville. foonVin' : 'J! ------
: ,. I Starke from 9:30: a.m.
Mrs. Shuford The Brooms were, ; ..ana- ;Mrs .Fred ,, Y Mr. and Mrs James Anders feday\ : March 23: for the pur- '

;_ The. WSCS. ,met in the home decorated witll'co rf 1 flowers \ 4n4 Mr. and Mrs: Bruce' f'l and children of Palatk are #Aftil pose of interviewing anyone

of Mrs. John C. "Tye Tuesday of, the season. Several er 'of'Tampa visited( the W. spending a ,few-days,with; Mr. : ? iu&F&e I I wishing to conduct social security -'
: games were enjoyed. Delicious F, 'Moore family Sat rdr1 '; and M'rs:'Oweii Jl: Anders. : NEBR. business.
night March 6, Mrs. H. C. refreshments were served toapproximately'25 I
Wainwright the Mr;_an MrsJames: ..Rosier. : Mr, arid Mrs. Harry Baxley
president '
guests.,Thosefrom' and Mr.! and Mrs, Hugh Brice were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wherein ,the .cold, snowy so clean and fresh Snow
presided. After the devotional out of town included thehonoree's .1 GEORGE A. HIBBS. deceased.
I and daughters: wejne visiting_ Oscar Stewart Jacksonville below zero days shut us in- makes g (xf:ice cream when NOTICE OF FILING PETITION -
Mrs. Robert E. Iee. assisted mother Mrs. MarIan 1 Rosier in I side. We rather revel in the! ,
Mr. and Mrs. Burton .. Monday freshly fallen. FOR FINAL DISCHARGE
by members, presented the Crews of Waldo and Mrs.. Palatk -" Sunday.- .While. there Herman Pringle 'of Jack- j easy life. We. eatt sine:, sleep,' .. ( OF EXECUTRIX.TO NATURAL ?
The'Tast week.br.so when"
program in "interesting"manner. Becky Wade Mrs. Evelynn .! we
an : they visited, the ,Azalea! ,Garden sonvilte.visited the W.i&erson -, and watch TV. ALL \VHOM IT MAY CONCERN
} pad "
.' : ;: I have had 'sub-zero weather,
The hostess served Spivey, Mrs. Lavada Carmichael : ;
Mf '
Barton Itisnot quite time "r.
'andrMrs; f fL tI I
: relresii rilent I and Mrs.. Mabel Crews of 1. : familySunday1 : '- y the mice. have "come.Jtat the Notice is hereby give that I II .
Rosier were, ently-lnjured.I :J. Taylor ;of. Jacksonville 'For the secret clock"to chime I have Tiled returns as Executrix I -
4 A delightful affair of the I Raiford and the State j 1I house. I am not sure how,they A. Economical
Farm: wreci' of
,-, -,. 4'In'automobile.1; : We :I was visiting, t@. JeffJ i "SPRING]" The: stubborn weld get in, but I think through the I of Hibtxs the deceased Estate ; that George I havefiled''my'petition !I --
I ---- ---- ---- 4r$ lad4iat| ,neither. .was.:.serriouslyhurt. Pjevatt family, Satur ay. i I Of snow and ice has heldEarth \1.1' basement somehow. I have put for final dis- I
"" v" lg. o 964-2411
: .. Mrs, Jo e qe.Futch.'Mfs. Carl! SHOP ANYWHERE -_ ; .and; sky. too long I out poison and traps.and! lo ;he- Honorable Theron A.
TMr: and Mrs.: Allan, 'Carteranci'children 1reyaU..atcIMrs. Seia : Tk'wn. 'County Judge of Bradford UTILITIES DEPT.
: ., : about rid of them I r CITY OF STARKE GAS
T To be broken by a song! I have, gotten March
.. FOR NEW OR USED were visitingrthePaul'Bennett pice visited Silas J. Flitch in Cfounty. Florida on
liriten 'closet of the -------
rcleaned" fr approval ---
But 1962
family' Sunday' l' ., ButgiveusSon, more snow, ttife lith. I -
Baptist Hospitafduring -- I
tins fdund1< tWo' fat II -
1 week 'and -- :
;'Mrs.: "fiT.1} F. Moore visited her Friends i A, scowling' cloud, a blow -
k. the weekend. \ '
: Then Come See Us! I sister:'.M;SS "Rachel Boyer; 'inSt 6?! RfrrFutcff'wm:: tife' glad !tOknothht i And"witerwili be done. mice nice iri there."One; ortwo 61 fmY'

1"I I I Small linger tips of. towels weregna.woo;
Vincent's Hospital during his. wasI" <."
eye surgery '
'cleaned n6e and the
It is all
WE'LL MATCH ANY artthe for blue
PEAL I the week. suc'cess and he is improvingnicely i WW ,. ,grey washed sorted ..
I 'M/s.; ri!:.L. Turner"is under : : r. -'. -_; 'II And'd.1 ".a d.g. towels, r _'c," % _.L .__-. .._, stA '
Dut. l' TOOK some aown 10 une
; UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET treatment in Bradford coun- ;The Methodist Parsonage'isri.'ekcaXqnday inrpugm: ,
1 operating! room, and som< '
.ty Hospital. l : morning .Helen Harrington sheets and : / .
Your Authorized, Dealer rent visitor of Mr. and atf:7: o'clock 1: to all who would j i Hurrah! It.is March andoniy' sheets.' I put new and ..
and cases
few' more towels pillow ,
: 215 .S. E. ,FIR T'GAINESVlLLE Mrs. ,A. J. Dobbs were Mr.and .like t "join.ina, .. prayer meet- a days unilf! wash cloths neatly away. Now
Mrs.Burney Dobbs of.. 1 Spring. by the, calendar., The. .. i:
ing. '- '
I' the next to clean will be the
Jacksonville. sky will part and show
I gray
---- Al tile Churches: I'
... : I Guests during the week of 'Gr'a'ce Methodist: Church blue"skies9.ndu_ wild geese attic and then front bedroom. I

GLASS That's Our Business ; Mr. and Mrs: James Rosier School 9:45: a.m-; Worship 11 wiU.be. coming nortii. what a I This year I w11l.not paint any i .. .'
"If It's Glass We Have It" were E. W. Harvey, and his an: '.; Evening "worship 7:30 j grand. and: .,glorious, Jeeiing; it walls. They are all nice. ,

-, CALL WRITE or, VISIT son ,and gnter-in-1 w."Mr. pin: : 'MYF each Wednesday '1'1 I j is. for us out here after at furnace is kind to walls I: : HAVE YOU SIGNED '
of to feel the My 'calendar says this year '
FOR ANY GLASS NEED I and Mrs; Raymorid'Harvey; p.m.: | cold snowy winter I ; YOUR .
I l Mulberry. 'They were on their ''First Baptist: [Note the i warm sun ,aga Il-: :The: snow i Spring comes in the 20th. -
SHEA'S GLASS CO. way"t Charleston, S: c: to changeful time of evening I melts and the' little. crocus.. I I Whoopee! HOMESTEAD .
I meet their son who is in service -., meetings]. 'Sunday 'School. 10 and blue flowers bloom. The God bless you eVerY one. APPLICATION I

(NOT INC., ) : 'and Mr.' and. ," '"Mrsl'Hubert, a.m:? Worship 11 a'jn.:; B.T.U. robins return, to nest and' all LOVE MOTHER LURA ", t
,,"Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co." Starlingof'Greenwo'od' ,' S., C.who 7 p.m.,Evening Worship 8 seems /ight' with_,the world.: ? )

-- were eriroute 'to visit,Mr.Starling's pjnT Prayer Meeting each We are glad now for the cold .
\\Ve Design Modern Store Fronts IN: COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, Dead Line -
mother in Oca1a: Wednesday 8 p.m. winter, for then we so much IN AND FOR BRADFORD *
Just Mail Us A Pattern For Roscde Johns of: JacksOn- more appreciate the Spring. COUNTY FLORIDA.In April 1st. ,-* :",-_.' ..

Table Tops v visi'ted'his 'niece; Mrs: T. .VVVVVVVYVVYYVVYVVYYVVtCLAY When Autumn comes we welcome re: Estate of ::1 > : '
1313 N. W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 L. Wainwright and :Mr. Wainwright it, for no doubt the summer ,' ." ; .
1 Il Sunday. HILL : will be hot and weary GATOR AUTOMATIC :!ilft-( v

I 'A-3:: Elmer* [Bunt] Crews one with heat. So I for one Transmission Service ; $ .. .ii ,*
spent the weekend with his love the seasons; the extremes Automatic ",'
l Home '" Complete .
Thrifty Improvements :Mr. By %h-S. ;J., L. 'Strl d ai' and I .
,I family and his parents as they com ._ go. II I ;, --s.-. ," -
arid Mrs:'C. R. Crews.Mr.'and IAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPue This week one night it was Transmission Service 4'' \

StartHere-- Mrs Leo Dyal were : to the illness of. this 26 degrees below zero. The .Exchange. Units Repairs X..*' I

hi' Jacksonville on business correspondent over the weekend house popped as the cold Parts I ". ..

Saturday. news "is rather slim this penetrated the; wood and All Work OnPremises* i LON

Albert''SappenfieKfof: De i ek. There is' much improvement made sounds as if groaning.We i 19 S. E. 2nd Place Gainesville: Gene
Tax Assessor
land 'was a Wednesday' vei- at this. writing.- had 21 inches of snow PHONE S72-OS73 !

I night guest of "Mr. and Mrs: .how\ ver., -.. and it is piled high every- ,, t; t.

J. L. Waters and sons. 4 Rev._, .and Mrs. T. i s&.KIihv. where. The walks and streets j -:. -

Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Fox : \, pastor of the CIajIikUj : have been clearei. We were. h u-, -__ _' .- 'T.,

:were in" Lake' Comb last Fri- ,, church! were in WMU happy that no one passed a- -. -

I day"where 'they visited" the aru". Brotherhood with us at way this week for at times 411

t p stor' of'Lake' Como Metho- .Highland last Thursday eve- the roads were closed with BUSINESS
I -
WE CARRY EVERYTHING FOR INDOOR dist'Rev.' Warren Chruchill -ning.Mr. snow, and funerals postponed.As L AREA

AND OUT-DOOR FIXUP. and Mrs. ChurchilL and Mrs. Burke Ellington for. us, we stayed.. -inside, as, '
Mrs. Bill Reidt&nd sons ;of of Starke- visited the Jim; much as possmie. i cooKea- .
AfB. G.:. Finance : -
Jacksonville -were... Sunday Stnbklan&s SundaY"afternoon good things to eat. I popped -

\.. visitors of Mrs- Effie 4in. and' made arrangements "for corn, and had plenty of nuts, AUTO BRAKES AUTO SALES & SERVICE GARDEN SUPPLIES SEWING MACHINES I IHull's

Mrs. J. L. Waters, Mrs. D. Jim to preach three sennfens candy and such on, hand. It I / _i

"' \, A. Jones, and' Mrs; Hest -at theuBapstChuhnar i was sort of fun not to work'so I

I Phoiiel 964.5291Complete '.Hicks-atiendedjaistorl6'.. T ewt r r i -r s l iosr* : StarkeThe. 'lubfect will hard, and ltasa vacation.' Brake Supply .VOLKSWAGEN, .Johnson. & Paris, ,Sewing Machine
: : M J'u A- ? *- *-' ? t "'.A
.Line oL Hardware t 0 De, "Tfie Thlee Key". and The''mail came in'lrvery dayi:l : ';BRAKEPtJ1AUSTS"For Inc.Complete ',. ,
4 ,:: ,. .h<' ;N' f'' ,:, : f .i I \th'MdeJ! ; v1nr.ffc ii %I.ill bej))- J d iivered-I 'l4wch'i ,4 lOne day it did not get in until Every Car or Truck Sales, -Service -- Parts Line of Service Co.

; the Rhome\ ofMrs.BuiordjHJgginlothanj. at, 7 o'clock --..whjch'.is Saturday afternoon. Turning Grinding Relining Miller-Brown MotorsInc. SEEDSPLANTS-
Bradford .Btilding! : up'pIy. I ; ; ) \. ''herting. ,He M e deliver bon'.hftd.another carbuncleon While You Wait FERTILIZERSInsecticides New Home WhiteN

Mr. and Mrs; J.. E. Warren two sermons on Sunday She his neck. I doctored it and 1111 S. Main GainesvilleFR FR 2-35S2 -Pet Supplies Pfaff

301 E. r entertained their children at at the noon hour and one*' at he slept,a"' lot and now it is 2.9829 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'I Sales & Service
Call Street
1030 E. University Ave. On All Make
; a family dinner last Sunday. evening.'All are invited to at- about well. He has gone to deliver -: 224 N. Woo th Ave. Repairs
They ere toeidaughters '1 GainesvilleB 815 W. Univ. Ave., Gainesviiir
: teJl,9. a washing.machine to a FR 20476Gainesville.
; :Tt ton 376-1075
::ifim S icndul 1soiWh farmer out, in the country. I AUTO GLASS Fla

r, f.( fl1a. "'Church hop the 'roads are open.!

r I ia *4? i-MW It! : s'S'md.at': nrthi, { at the Gabby sleep: and I have & G Motors Co. HI-FI STEREO

1 Whaftdiffirent.aboCRambler's --- w (tJ :} 1 4.1,-o'clock' hour. All are Hn- dough..rising.,for bread. Mauldin's ROOFING
b'1. ...1I.. ",k5ap! li' vlted to attend this pr aching CHICKEN FRIED STEAK. CADILLAC OLDSMOBILEF85 Top Tunes"The
t 0t. or '. Auto Glass HILLSIAN
!! aine.r2 '
; Place hi skillet'a piece of
I II has"DeepDip rustproof aL5oRemembei, -thereyiVal "ilr lard and a chunk of butter. COMPLETE STOCK CURVED Sales and Service Biggest Little Record The Helzel Co.
Ingentir.IflPImerpaIntrigMupt.body imrnen r 2001 N. W. ISth. Rt. 441 Shop in the South"IliFI *
start at Highland Sunday eve- Put on 'a low fire to melt. I GLASS. ROOFING

rustproof?' "I: \ 1' lung, March 25. Dorsey Me select' a: nice piece of round FR 6-7515 Stereo Component Dealer SHEET METAL

I I .. roof-plus 8 other body Kindrey will be the song lead steak. I trim the edge and Windshield' & Door Glass Pilot Harman Karden AIR CONDITIONING
KLH Fairchild
rustprooSng stepii ej. We will look for you there.; make tdto'serving-s piece. I Replaced In Any Make DODGE LANCER 811 W.-Union Ave. -Gainesville No Job Too Large Or Too Small]

r ____________ -____________. hack with the butcher knife CarOr Truck SI3ICA, FR 2-2728 202 S. E. 4th St. Gainesville
---------- yyTlIryyyyyyVyyyyyyyyStATE FR 2.1491
until full of lots of cuts. I
t,,, r r We Handle Safety Glass Sales Parts Service I
? salt both sides, about the right TTSEn! fARS! TonPooleGable -
I The stop wii. otheibrikssCaitDQ'I1 FAR amount to taste. I then roll I FR 6-2558 I LADIES WEAR -

WhtiEdiff! rntI ; : in flour and fry in the hot fat 1314 s: Main' -: Gainesville Motors SHOES

Safety Braka J $t ii W 4tandemthjolht : UB l\IlSoJ. E.-.E..J\Ialton] and butter Pepper lightly.When .. 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. GainesvillE,.

I abouRamber'\! rlP" : brown? on the one side, AUTO FR 2-4343 Cherry's

If front brakes fan, hal 4AAAAAAAkLAAAAA44Ai r turn over gently. It does not, RADIATORS Bob's Shoe Store

brakes still work and vie sverso1fidfu'j -Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Sin-- take too long to cook through 1 I Gainesville's Most Fashlonabli 81
Drakes? cl lift out and make Butler's CAMERAS Address For Ladies I Shoes for The Entire Famfcj
i'- : aft1 havT returned .after a cream ;Radiator DRESSES SIDTSCOA'n I FORTUNE FOB MEN
brakes stiadird,too fvi&t i w\th.relatives in Moul- gravy in the pan: Add flour to 'Set-vice' I I' CHARM SET FOR WOMEN
+- :"trie: Ga. *. f thicken: gravy. Stir in the hot .. ACCESSORIES

.,:E_ ____ ---_ ___ I ___--I -------S-------,------. ':Mrs: E F. Mayton' spent.several fat until brown. I measure my Most Modem Cores In Stock" Fuller's Foto, Inc. 105 W. University, Gainesville Bags I ENDWELL FOE CHILDREN

t \. .., ,,,' <\days last week withMrrariiJJMrs. milk in the dish I wish to .. Repairs All Cars -, :Trucks, I "YOUR CAMERA SHOP" fillineY-Acce.saorle'
i :; I I 21 W
:" Io, University Gainesville
I .. L National Trailer Rental
: the Headquarters For
Jimmy Flynn in serve gravy in. Add milk
I Miattdffimjtr MLiL If s greater! than any other- "Fort Myers. : 'I to brown flour and stir until 519 S. W. 4'th'Ave.., Gainesville, Cameras & Photo SuppliesT. MOVER

.= ; f American ur'.. RarnblwOassiceandAmbassadar I Rev. and Mrs. K F. Maytonwere it thickens and cooks flour. FR '2-0496 -i V. Stamps

J : '() in Gainesville Sunday Betore adding flour pour ofi!" 619 W. Univ. Ave., GainesvilleFR VACUUM CLEANERS

1-1aboo I al11til r' V-8 beat afl other ma ea I where they attended 'the' the grease'into a cup leaving 2-0713 Gainesville --
In front.seat (eadroomeven christening of their grand Just enough to brown the --- ---- --- All Makes Of Vacuums

I" t .a'oom! ij\:! -!. (even Cadlae! *n seat babies. Mr. Mayton had the flour. Use 2 tablespoons of IMPERIAL CHRYSLER C03IAIERC1ALREFRIGERATION MayflowerLOCAL "If Il Needs Repairs

; 'I't J\ LI r six 6-footers easily pleasure\ ",ot, baptizing ''his n ur' for an average servingof PLYMOUTH VALIANT Bring In To KirbyY
grandson gravy. "
Chesterfield How- AND LONG NEW & USED \'ACUU'IAuthorized
1 ff eU Janes HI, son of Mr. and' HELPFUL HINTS. I havea Authorized Sales Parts Refrigeration Kirby Distributor
11.i L-. ---------
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lI -----------, Mrs: C., H. Janes Jr., and brush that I use to clean my Service

itf ita Catbaryn Elizabeth Ward L dust mop out in the back yard.' Service Co. Storage And Crating Kirby:
aa &
dlfferent t tH they
rait'oot.CeramiC'Armftred daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Today I learned to roll it in HawesPowersMotor Gainesville FB 6-5224 I

>'i '\} '.. niMft. H ward'1I.wi.r A reception a snow bank and it comes out Sidney Leopold Owner -' Sales & Service

1m bler r s l tier tailpipe guaranteed was held after the ceremony ,r i. 1si': 'S.-;< '- ,- Co. Commercial Refri eratin, '.
against defect a long MUSIC SUPPLIES 12 S. %%. 1st Gainesville
J+\ t W hall. FR 2-2561 Air'ConditioningFrigidaire "* '
; ,sp ijJ *
: 'r_ as you n'J'JTTT'YYTT'JTTTTTTTTT'JT1 I, ,. FR &7110
H' SoMand; own your new '204N. Ice Waken
[ Main Gainesville
H either
l .... c3newsbrfrom&I4EAR1NG'MAI CO Sold And Serviced ArrtImeGainesville
: & > I out, cofllsJondamag -xicepted Used Cars 31% N. Main Lilian's Music Store WELDING
: r 't '" +; ,'\:, ': -,I Rambler deafermakes .. -11 FR 63400LINCOLN PR 2-8392
i ts 1Jb : ", >'''' $; free replacement* yl ess inwa -. Heights PR 6-7700 .I "Gainesville Leader"

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--------------- Universal Welding
---------------- ByMrt.c.EUis AAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA -;. MERCuRyCOYET : Since 1933 \

., 4 I A A A- 1JGLASSESHIJIctarity : -, FIAT ,METCOEAuthorized KRAKAVER WINTER- CompanyPipe
." 1 4 f They'r America"lowest; ; INSIST THAT ALL YOUR
-Only'Rambler bringsyoAmeri '$; ,)fr. d. Emery Lewis; : .. Sales '- Service I CONCRETE PRODUCTS CABLEPIANOS
I PIANOROANS jColnmiw Steel Fabrication
.>,towett suggested left Saturday for Wiggins'j]'I L31S.etheExcitingNe;Featherweight Comfort* Parts ARE THE BEST FROM CHORD ,, Steel 1 Repair Truck
ORGANS$1594371 ,
Miss, forexte visit I
1 -
jetal prUesJar; i iWith' 'I. Edwards Building Bodies
Trained Mechanics Good Guitars Drums I I Trailers
convertible, 2-door and 'their son, Reed, and his j .MAiCO I Sheet I
4d i S rami&i Used CanBarkley Supply, Inc. Music I
aan1c4w1t i Ornamental
i I Iron Work
f .
;" 726 8. Main FR 2 4844
OflS-aflqua'flty.bt I A;. Laboratory Trained 519 S. Main Gainesville
Starke spent Sunday with Mr. Motors, FR 6-5931 ,. ,
with Rambler e&e.. Hearing Aid Consultant fron Gainesville. Ha- t- FR 6-7451
I i J 112 S. E. GainesvUlc .
i' -'} ,r 1:,andll Eijward Norman.1 615 N. Min Gainesville First.,
Mr. 1ind Mrs. W. C. Crosby I ..
-_-*NF '--------- ... I : MAICO ELECTRIC MOTORS. r -- .
,of Leesburg, were Sunday; .
guests o'f Rey. and Mrs. C. A. Electric Motor II POWER SAWS
: ; Hearing Service Crane Motor-
.. Crosby."A o.lARA I' J
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T3IRAMBL: ; ER Regular Church 'Serviees' : Jacksonville, 2, 1 a..- will be ID ,' ANGLIA; -. Repair Co.OF McCULLOCU

I We sincerely i invite you to I Starke Thursday Mar. 22nd, al ENGLISH'FOEDUEECEDES GA 'ESVILLE. INC. Jack and Jill

> CompactCaW r Exc II'enca. :: worship with us. : '. Koch's Drug StoreCome BENZ -* VOLVO COMPLETE! ELECTRICMOTOR CHAIN SAWS I Open Till 9:00 On FridaysA

a v ..... .c T f, "Habits are like bobs or Authorized Sales & Service i NSW-DSED.- SALES Complete Line Of

sinkers. They hold you up or "Complete Service far AUMte' I SERVICEFlorida Tarns -NeecUewortNotJoDi
DODD'S AUTO'SALES 528 S. Walni it'St. Starke Fla' taexboHycu doiaT Qet: the ia for a free Bearing test and
Saw Co.
habit of attending Church demonstration, or phone for an I "Distrflmtor of Free Instructions
t in hopig. Do SOS E. University Ave. New Lincoln Motors"FR FR6-H11 Toys-Games-Dolls -
Services, it will prove an excellent app| yonT; i
__ I Ir r bob for your life. you want to hear and under FR 2-4251 2-8318 I 2538 N. E. 19th Dr. Hobbles

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YY Mrs..John McKinney and Mrs.I Frank Wolfred and Milton I Brown's mother Mrs. Mina' I,I of St. Petersburg' spent last i I Pisgah Church. South Starke Rebecca Jusick. Mosher. Beckham spent last weekend': weekend, here' with Mr. and I Rev. Grimmage pastor. The; Certificate No. J2 Tear of lisa- j 1962 Bradford County Florida

HAMPTON Paul Meng is chairman of Mrs. D. E. ,Hill will serve as :' in Ft. Pierce, where they attended I Mrs. M.. M. Matchett. The ,j public is invited to attend.. ;[.1 1! ance Lot 1J58 Description of Prop) Charles A. Darby. !-t 4t s-d
IJ I my 1 & 2 of Blk 24 in N j
the'program and entertain- chairman of the publicity [: the wedding of Mrs.)|I Matchetts have nearly com- ,1 Stewards will meet Sunday i(| Reno S-D Name in which assessed I

By Mrs. D. E. Hill ment committee; serving with committee with all other Brown's niece on Saturday. i(I I pleted a remodeling on partof : from 5 to 6 at the parsonage:it j ji I,!: All of Lonnie aid Flowers i iI < AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE
j property being
him Mrs. Richard chairmen activitiesand I Mr. and Mrs. Don Pearson the, interior of their, home. :
are May reporting: t i Stewardess. Board No. 1 will I I .the County of Bradford'State of I 964.2600 .
IAAAAA AAAAA.AAAAA.4PI'A Mrs. Otto Hicks Mrs. Ernest news for this committee. at this Florida
y y yyy y.......yy serve meeting. All
Committees Named Triest, Mrs. Lawton Young City Marshal Re-appointed; |,members invited. :i certificates Unless such shall certificate-be redeemed or I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

Various committees for blood and Principal J. C. Mowing Bids Due April 3 NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED The Pulpit Board met .last according: to law the property I DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director

Hampton Elementary PTA Hobbs. W.M. Phillips was renamedas CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY| Sunday at the home :of :Mr.' j!j I certificates described in will such be certificate sold to the or I Starke, Fla.
were named Robert Cox was named head city marshal at the regular. j and Mrs. McCoy White. A ;; highest bidder at the court house
'last week
by of the door on the first Monday in I RENTAL SERVICES
membership committee
President W. P. McElroy. to meeting of Hampton city [By Elizabeth Given*! I I; delicious repast was served by Month. of April, 1962, which is i Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs Crutches
with_Mrs. Wesley Griffin. Roy council at. the city hall on. the hosts. Mrs. Flossie Lee the 2 day of April 1963 ,
serve throughout the"remaln-
Packham Tuesday evening last week. Mitchell -chairman.
der,of,, 1962., ,
Mrs. Carl-Beck and Mrs. Mau March 6. Mr. Phillips who had I School News preach. The sponsoring Stewardess Board No. 1, I ----

On the social [refreshments] reen Paul. been in ill health and resignedthe Please remember the 12th churches are Antioch, New Mrs. Annie Randolph .chairman I i

committee, are Mrs. James The grievance committee includes marshal position in January Grade will present "Rebel Bethel and Ebenezer. Public I met last Sunday at the ; Complete Photographic ServiceCameras I
Gnann chairman; Mrs. Mark- E. L.
Brown take'back
; offered to the Without A Cause," a three-act invited. parsonage. The chairman is I
lee Norman Mrs. Foster and Francis Meng Mrs. J. D. marshal's at token
job a salaryof play at 8:15 p-m on March Evangelistic prayer service anixous for the members to I
Hayes, Mrs. Billy Breeden Griffis, Mrs.' Robert Cox Mrs. month. The council Hallmark reeling
$5 per attend these
30 in the RJE cafetorium. will be held in the following meetings for important BULLINGTON
accepted his offer and he was Franklin Richardson Robert churches and homes Saturday information, Film Cards
sworn in by Mayor M. L. Wat- March 24, announcedby ,
BUILDING CONTRACTING Nathaniel Lonnie Johnson as Watches
terson during! the meeting. and Evelyn Young will play Rev. J. P. Franklin evangelist "Feature Lock"

I Bids are open for doing the the leading characters with a New Hope Baptist, 5 Notice of Application II. Jewelry Studio and Gift DiamondWedding
ADDITIONS I mowing for the city duringthe supporting cast of 19 other xm. Deacon John Diggs, NOTICE for IS Tax HEREBY Dd GIVEN Bibles Shop
summer months and must seniors under the direction of leader. Ebenezer Baptist that Flossie Lee Mitchell the Tape Recorder
be submitted to the council by Mrs. F. S. Pierce. Church 6 pjnDeacon holder of the following, : certifi-
REPAIRS cates has filed:said certificatesfor Phonographs Starke, Florida SetsLTD
the next meeting, April 3. The Civil Defense Hoza Hawkins, leader. Homes: a tax deed to be issued
bidder must furnish all equip- The first meeting of the Mrs. Sarah F. Jenkins, Mrs. thereon. The certificate numbersand
DOCKS AND years of issuance the description Diamond Purchase
ment for the job. For the a- Civil Defense Class was held Minnie Smith. Mrs. Sophia of the property and Saving Stamps Every
mount of territory to be mow- the names in which U was as-
Tuesday night, March 13, at Royal, Mrs. Everting Wilson
Free Estimates ed, prospective bidders should RJE, school All persons interested and Mrs. Clemintine Bryant:

contact Councilman GP.. in joining the class Allen Chapel Church, Rev.L. 111111uild

Wadsworth.All may contact Mrs. L. M. Royalor A..Sampson pastor will observe -
; councilmen and city off- Eddie Thompkins for in- pastoral day Sunday of la mon I
I JimnyRicks icers were present for the formation. starting with Sunday Schoolat '- ...... --.='nr. 'f pT
meeting as well as Bob Thurston In The News 9:45: ajn. Morning service

PHONE 533-2072 Brown, who asked the council The picture, "A Desk For 11 ajn.; Evening service, 6 t666 .

P. 0. Box 709 Starke, Fla.lil about liability coverage on Billie," will be shown hi the p.m.The
his truck during the time.he Thurston Elementary School Choir Union will be

was using it for trash collec- Saturday, March, 17, at ,730 held at 3 p.m. Sunday at Mt, -
tion for the city. .p.m. We need much- PlaYground "

Mrs. .Nora,Laylield, 79, equipment..,.-- Mrs.. S.
w Dies in Gainesville C. Price teacher.

Funeral services were 'held Marriage Announcement C8AHT1TY Florida Grade "A" Stewing
1 Sunday at Pine Grove Baptist Mr. ,and JMrs. Joe Morris ROTS .
'Lrri I II I Church near Trenton for Mrs. Jr.. announce the marriage of 8ESCTYH :- 1E
44 h, 1 Nora McElroy Layfield, 79, their niece Mercedes Beatrice

who( died Saturday in a Perkins to Lester Clarence !
Gainesville followinga Brooks of Mrs. Lucille -J-
:hospital son 4114Im .rA1 LBYHOlE
long illness. Brooks. The marriage will 1

Mrs. Layfield was a resi- take place at 3 p.m.. April 8 HWCES ( )
dent of Hampton for many at the Church of God in GOOD THituWEEKEND
M lac ; -p I years until she moved to the Christ 24th and Mqncrief ea
tlnoi9t"d 6.70x15 Shady Rest Home in Gaines Road, Jacksonville.Miss .

a v?r AMD 7.5O x 14 ville about two years ago. Perkins is the daughter -
Surviving are a daughter of the late Nathaniel -

.,. aitvNJ NYLONGocxryear Mrs. Buna Jernigan, Clearwater -| Perkins and Mrs. Lucile Perkins QUICK FROZEN USDA-CRAI "A" ROCK
; a son, Charles, Gaines- I Clark and is a senior at '
ville; 13 grandchildren and 14 New Stanton High School. CORUSHHENSu39c '
great-grandchildren; a sister,.I Immediately after the mar-
Mrs. Emma McElroy.Trenton,, riage a reception will be held ,
Her.'grandchildren :still living..1[ in the home of the .bride 551 V
ONE i in 'Hampton are Rothelle I 'W. 16th St. All friends of the
t Jones and-Ardel 'Branrien. couple are invited.
It isn't raining rain Club News : ', -', -
I .. :. '... .I"'LOIN TENDED,..,.. ......L
I It's raininp:birthday sifts! Dell'Chanter_ 'n _' OES No. 168 .. .BIII.v.... wsS.
: 'Birthday gifts by airlift!! asks, all members to meet WV

have .brought some extra ex- Thursday March 15, at 7 ,, fTaVfl..gouND: Sleaks" III I 1-
Z'I i is citment this spring to the I; pjn. The meeting will close
Charles Hicks farm home: promptly at 8, after which a
near Hampton. iI I i covered dish supper will be Boneless Rump or Sirloin Tip Roads u 8c

: 'The 'second installment of ,served downstairs in the din- fREC:' S BATH BLACKHAWK SMOKED
t It'sa V .
Boifc this novel idea came Saturday ing area. FREE '
: T1 with 3 T.Nylon ,cord! when their son Randy who) All members are asked to r 1 BONELESS wuns..u 6geOOIA
; AD-Weafter i was five years'old on Friday, : be present to complete the MEATY DELICIOUS NO
I C( 1i1 42"+ Best stAMPS .
I deal et liar March: 8, watched his birthday report for the Grand Lodge.- MERE BEEN BONELESS
t Big Tlireet present dropped by para Lula Thomas W. M.; Rev. p. L n ,
> +cU .chute'from.-a;plane:piloted'by Dell W. P. "me .. ,. ,.oaoa... j .. .

1 FOR his Gainesville.uncle- LynnDykes'- .: .of Social The .regular& Saving meeting Club will of the beheld .' ** t>of '.. i :i '7 ';Jkt: : ::::? _iiit.fii!!!!:! fii! :iill 1l! .:i::i ii1 f.! it itf.} }1 if. iij;;;.r i: J...J. r.t. ;,
WHITES.. G : ., : :: "''''';:'{{''"'."'' ''''"'''''''''}'l:...1.Y.....:.:{.{:..{. r.:l. ;:..fi. :yY...:.:,:::':" .:.}?:... ':r.i;: -.94'" :$
March 19, 'lf ir JO.w' ::v: ;.. : /. :' ;
,Randy's older sister, Debra, Monday night_ a 5 "" ..kw' .- V'i: : .':::= :' =.: : : ; ;. : .:.:; :.1; ; *. ;j; ., <.
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otFt3u. YEARt4 I who-was ,10.1a.sf month, received at the. Reno Theatre. All auxualewcranlovm :'fISH,! :.S TI!X .__ '.;.::.;.;.:.....: ,- %:::a '.:"Ef: :;'...j:..X".;".:..... ; ,.:-.;.'.'.''S'".,;:'
; is Uew 1\\ ,her ':'airmail" rift dur-: members'are. asked to be pres- COTTAGE' CHEESE. .' '" ,' : -' .' 0". '... :::'": . .,r.;.;;.':: ::. .: :: ..w:',::;'s.... .',:j;';;:;;:;OW::
l TtileSYtd 50 ,1'ISIf tom.. _::; :S; : ::, '50>,;
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Saturday ent. Mrs. Bernice Morris will '. < : :;. ... :
ing her birthday party : t :: .,. : ... .. : ...rw. .
M Eft CifANTSG tEEN STAMPS ft 21* FILLETS. V49fCM : l'j and.Tiot the be host. U OC JQ : I :
| Feb. 1'1. only ... :: :' :.i:..:.m:VXf:
rn11 rue ru.ewut ar H
) ,I" Hicks' family, but a yardfulof American Legion Auxiliary . :r,NKAbrfiio;:;! 0 :: .. :: : ::.
BIRD SEED ...uo.UtA'- III.II. :.: LnAv:; :>:-3,| oo
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,,. ;I. friends watched the package The 5th annual Banquet WHITING U.15f. ::
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caXl"G6 Sf t ie'vha: y; .n.C Na .Jk_ AT- CHEESE 6? '
f: come,down via parachute. and Ball win be sponsored by '. U7111if ili4i -- ; i'
CaBaatesi T? :
.'b ce a hs pt3t e I: Personals the American Legion Auxiliary { ; !ifWH.ifiDF ,
lbastt8ttsE iYA.F.tidthc :, E ,, I:I Mrs. Jessie Chastain, county on March 31, from 8:30: to ARMOUR'S S STAR BONELESS PER49 1 ;.1L':1':';':':.:"'::{:':';:':';':'::;;:::;: ::; ::; ; ; ;; -. -.W':. "

': commissioner from, this I i.12:30 in 'the, RJE cafeteria- w1I 50UnCHANTS (hill ti "[M.V* 'Em or Match 'ElJ'
J area attended the State Road 'There will be a Combo Band GREEN STAMW A .M. lay-F:!': at! Lemon or Jelly
: Board meeting in Lake City I for your' entertainment. If nw LL or
I last Friday, with other Bradford : you miss this affair you will SHAMP04 -i d1fltflROLLS CORNED BEEF HASH van 1SOZOMuwn a
': i< County Commissioners( miss a treat of your life. -

I'I.j .Mrs., Wesley]. Griffin entered Mrs. L. M. Royal president. : 4 $ 99 Cfcbrwt Topped fteg &\ CHILI With BEANS $ .
I .
Church News
r h Bradford County Hospital 24 OZ CAM
.. on'.Monday this! week to un! Calvary Baptist Church: n : V : UCAII, .
.. .. ,. & MEAT'unn
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The 14
-: --f-- i' : -:- : dergo an operation. Sunday School 10 a.m. oz' SPAGHETTI
Mr. and Mrs. W. English .missionary, Rev. Willis was UOCHANTS. OKM STAMfSUOCHAftn aawouilA+i' 'f115 BALLS 3I eM
and family of Cross City visit- present. Morning service was Nis w "
GOO' 'OMAN'S"'Semce' :Station ? mT ras a m. FRANKS4y,
ed here. Saturday ,with Mr. omitted. Evening* service was Food Calte 'PINEAPPLEJtlWZWlsuaD
SEEBER.D. GOOD'MAN. and Mrs. 'Wr P. McElroy-and held at 6:45 at Antioch with T SiU SA s uu OWovm POWERFUL OfAWlNC POWD&. '

; children. message by Rev. Hampton.The SPIC & SPAN. .. *Z<. .

,U..S.. ,301 at. Sooth, City Limits Mr and Mrs. David Brown new church will be com- fill PURPOSE SODIiRlNG.P.OWDER. .29'"OMIo TO JUICE tsars a

. :. -' --I I and daughters., and Mrs. : pleted. in the near future and COMET CLEANSER : '2.3101 43 4COZC&IPOYUNSAJURATH
-. the public is invited to attend -
Lee. pastor. Miss au memo minrceuaolusar w.q ew. SHORTENIK6 S G 93' 11r 4
Dora Dommon reporter.A
Citywide Evangelistic / w moS BAKING NwG! 79' PEACHES HALVES lIR17

Crusade will be held at New tail
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Bethel Baptist Church at 3 ),VEGETABLE, OU.-24 OZ. : BARilEY1'PEWRS d arIIa :
AUTO BODY SHOP SERVICE: AUTO SERVICE pjn. Sunday. March 25, directed : "
I I.Dod by Rev. John P. Franklin '
State Evangelist. An out- WESSON ,9s
: StarkeVCities ii COCKTAIL = '
Mack's Bndy, Shop '. l'a Service ,& standing program is being ; fRUIT -
A Service StationJ. arranged and this promises to : .
Auto Sales be a great event. Rev, C. B. ,' SWEET PEAS ::
C. Gardener: Prop. : .
COLLISION SERVICE / Daily a noted evangelist, will I <<

I Painting Matching Rambler Sales .t Service General Every. Repairs Mechanical-_ Automatic Service COFFEE' 59c TOMATO CATSUP s.

J 169-2195'_' : Service Products WILLIAMSJEWELRY : '
Phone -
1' 2IJJ M. Temple. Stoke International Mufflers Lifetime 'TIRES BATTERIES j : :,.c CUT GREEN BEANS :::.

705 N. Temple Starke i:; AIlIUro\E DQSGENT :

I FIRESTONETires. PHONE 964-9911 oc REAM CORM = 6 9"

J .AUTO. PARTS 528. S.Batteries W&laut Accessorie 964-3881 .J. B. Wright} :I WATCHES-DLAMONDS REPAIRS Ian t F'A' s S 7 'PINEAPPLE-GRAP F UIP,a i. T'

Starke Motor. SINCLAIR, SERYICE All Work GuaranteedA. -. \ WHOLE BEETS a 8.tp

STATION : .- C. Williams FOOl FIJI CKFSV .. .tc ., .' .... .

Parts Co., Inc. Bill Edwards'Starke Complete Auto Service i 142 W. Call St. HOU SSKETft 3 a 5",

I Tire Batteries-Accessories Fla. .
66"Service nlEm'GEI1 :: a Ikraac
four Local c LaJalSfJM1SffQZOI
NAPA LnbrkatIoaWashin .. .
Jobber For 1 I ILL F'lJRrojE' EATl ce '
542 Madison 969-2801

Phone Cor. Brownlee 964-0801 ''&964-0811 Clark Wheel Balancing &; Alignment 1 APP'LES' Fruit Ps; $100

Phone 9(4.8881 I AUTO'' TIRES

617 N. Temple SUrke I
r Starke Recap Co. lAG DURABLE POLYTWlUNE fWTFH WttlB I w.t.EFmHWI't

I Gilbert S. Brown v

Earls GarageALL I Pappy Raolsten, Owner MIre I L STOP I fRESH IM I Utility 38'c

Standard Oil Service Stab os'('. Recapping far Can &: Track 01IIJI
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All Work Guaranteed- Budget Terms. Road Service r; a\TT UES. I Ii ge i WI 2e :: $
i Phone9"' Phone 964-7071 ," Plume'tJ'-tUl( i t Hush Puppies:$1.00 French Frks 3 : .$l&5TIIt1RSDAY

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(, nwvvvv.mvm'mvv- YYTYTYYYYYY, YYY rvm Industrial Development Committee i I.! .T'YYYYY.YTYYTYYT ris, Joe Angle, Bessie Ride- Grandin was a business visit

.. nour, Jimmy Downs, Oleda I I! or in Jacksonville last Fri-
;' MELROSE: Bowen Frank Strickland, i .

HIGHLIGHTS Formed To Promote SiteAn Becky Mathews, Jimmy Wil. day.R.. T. Clay Jr. of East Pa-
Airport xk liams, Carol Hurst and Char-
b : By JUf$ Alice ,flothhammerL..A..ak I latka was a weekend guest at
J -By Mary K. Schaeffer les Gaboardi. the home of his grandparents.-
.' "m..:...: a..a.A .... . Industrial Development'!# airport includingthree v rti < i4 ,kMAA '. Miss Jacquelyn Stinson,..1!| Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Alderman.
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---n :tf .
, \ ; J t. Committee, recently organized foot runways, apj; its location- Mr. and, Mrs. A. W. Allen bride-elect of Wallace E. Mr- and Mrs. Ercell Sapp
I JFTAJ. Notes ,, In democracy. '\ at Keystone will oh and sons, Jimmy &lld'Ronnle, Sealey was honored last and children visited Mrs.Sapp's .
The PTA HeighJs., concentrate : a beautiful! l, l lake, which !
J. will meet tonight As 19 the final results, obtaining of. Jacksonville visited Mr.. Thursday night at the Wornan's i!
rr I r ] its efforts oh should make! it ,especially attractive grandfather, Mr. Mar-
*tafetorium Thursday] in the school Ernie Parker was elected President industry for the area, with -to prospective develop! F r ei and 'l.- rs. W. H. Allen and, Club with a shower given j! tin, at his home in Trenton,
at .8 o'clock. A [Continued on Page 16]
of Student Council; Dianne particular emphasis 2- family last Wednesday.
ri booth,will be sponsored atthe : on the .ers. He pledged the ooperaU i'
'annual meeting of Clay Electric --| Brpkas while was Vice PresIdent < 700-acre Keystone AJ port !1 of the Development.
Co-op on March 22 tosell : ; Norma Valldejuli property.C. j 0l1fsJ9 91 lPtJ t41s 1 **& visiting her sister and brother- j I to his home at Tallahasseeafter
and.,. Roberta Sibley., were elected realizef& nt1.aJ. I in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James.,
baked goods, with I! J. [Pete) O'Connor, Keystone j j na a brief visit with his
Mrs. |!: Delegates-at-Large. tN Hurt, and her niece, Mr. and GRANDIN I
;pred Dodd in charge. She j (j; realtor and appraiser,) .O'Connor said that the news mother, Mrs. J. W. Brockman.
asks< .that all parents bake, 85 :Jtyw. You Can Call Police: I j. was elected- chairman of th s;j In ijstrial} J Development Cpia- Mrs. Carl Summers) .in Miami. Miss Loretta Luke of Penile

:much as they "can :for the Have. you ever tried to cajl' industrial group: at an organ-:. mittee Is a project of the ( Miss Irma Jean Tison recently -j By Mrs. Rebecca Brantley i was a guest at the home of

booth because Mere will be, a the policeman at night and ization meeting held on March i Chamber; pf Commerce, but : attended a birthday i JAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAl :!: Mrs. Callie Rye last Sunday
:'lqt of hungry << p e" there. 1'got. instead the answering 2.. Co unittee 'heads named 1 i tt the group would explorg I It I party for Sarah Jo' Adkins in i !I afternoon.
pe? ,
J! tape:? This can be very frus- ,, at this time were: Finance, N.jthe.
-: !\ trating, but after'all,,a police.: I|'I W. Hardenbergh; Utilities, H. creating i: derelopm/nt! ; ?Ur j of s, Mrs. F E. Wilson and her i Dale and Dexter Martin visit- i Kinzer and children have returned -

.make money for the PTA and ;: man can't do his duty and sit I i ion I Anthony and G. E. Wiggins thoy fpnthp: ..Keyton.e area sister, Mrs. y. Y. Crawley, ;;: ed their grandmother at Bell to the States after

-it ,1s desired to make the most :; the phone at the same. i ; Publicity J ,Johij.} >>JIg r. at the next legislative session. *r spent Thursday with their i; last Thursday. jj j spending the past five years
"flUt.'Woman's. I I time. This has been remedied,j'j j'i Gordon Purdy; Civic Improvewent He said a primary.objective of 1 brother; Mr. and Mrs.. Lloyd j Mrs. Edith Varnes Dinkla of !jFjorahome as missionaries in East Africa.
according to a little notice I R. Weeks, in Green Mrs. .
Roy Watkins; Legal the group will be to work with t Cove and Rosa Har-
: Club,To Have i : Mrand, Mrs. Raymond
that all box-holders'got in the Fremont Tolles.Organization. the Starke-Bradford County' Springs. BrantiejTof Grandin were'to'] the birth of a,

.Luncheon*- Meeting I mail. It reads: "To Call Po- of the in? :: Chamber of..CQtnmerce and the j Mr. and Mrs. Don Williams i| ;jstarke Sunday afternoon vey announce Rodger, on Feb. 29 In
.. The regular monthly lunch- lice' in the Daytime, 6 a.m. to dustrial group followed a talk:'' Bradford County Development' are the parents of a baby I' :where they visited Mrs. sloe Hospital.

:eot}. meeting of the Woman's 7 pjn.. Dial 2803. Nights. 7 ;j I by Robert C. Ryals, representI -\!,: Authority for; the joint: development boy, born Friday March 9, in > Dinkla's son. Edward Varnes, I I Bradford Mrs- Harvey County Is the former

h Club will''be held at ,1 p.m. i! p.m. to 6 a.mDial; Operator j I I the Florida. Development t; |I|I of Keystone Airport Alachua General Hospital ; and her aunt, Kirs. Annie F. Dorothy Price of Florahome.Pvt. .
March/ 27 In the. Community j and ask for Mobile Service I, Authority, at the Keystone I!.as an industrial site. O'Con- Mrs. Nell Dyal of Jacksonville Sikes- who are patients at'!' Melvin has

*fc Church educational building.. Operator. Ask for Keystone Heights Rotary Club on March 1 I 1 nor said that since the airport spent the weekend at the Doctors Hospital transferred Cumbus from Ft.

Mrs. William B. Dawson, I Heights No. JS 8-3535. This ;j 2. is located between Starke and home of her sister and bro- Paran Church will begin aneightday been Ft.
Jackson, S. C. to Gordon
former club president, will 1 i is an emergency call to the ;i Mr. Ryals described the.Key?:I Keystone. Heights. any, industry ? 1 i ther-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. i Revival on March' Ga.

speak on "The, American i I Police Car and will cost you '\ stone Airport as "a sleepingiant" g; J' located there world inevitably '. ,',. r '-, '...." ......l 1 s. i Jack Miller, and children. '| 18. Song services will begin at AJice Lane pf Flora-
Home vs. the European Home ; 30 cents. If no dial \ 0 Xl.-r Joe: --I W. Thompson and of | Mrs.
answer i which could mea i j, benefit both communities.In son i 7.5; each evening. The guest ,, home, who has been in poor
{ and will illustrate her talk I 2803." Now perhaps the po- much in the industrial devel i! add1.tioJi.to the commit- 1 WR""11 Knpwn Spu/pfOF To Give I Mobile Ala. were weekend !I speaker will be Rev, Marvin health for two years has been

with colored slides taken by !| liceman's wife ca.1' 'get'some opment of the Keystone I tee members named, other guests of Capt. and Mrs. John !I I V. Stedham of Palatka. Everyone .. ; moved from her home to the
.II her husband and herself \I sleep. members of the new committee Demonsrat/onsOn' Wheel B. S- Lee. Mr. Lee and the ]I ;'is ,Welcome.There ). j'I Rest Home in Palatka
Heights area if properly de- Pottery I Hilltop
while on a European tour last : The social hour and refreshments ;i ; are Keystone Maydr R. L. Thompson spent Sunday at; : as
j was a of cpt- | E. S. Brantley had
I season ; JI1
hummer were enjoyed by all, I i veloped. He said he was im- Walker, Ralph Crawford, AlWateon. Silver Springs. j
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of her
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Dr CarIeTait.'weilknows ', ulpturjng in Washington, tage prayer meetings startingearlier : ; recent guests
I Garden, Club of, the Lakes ;': and were under the direction J pressed the facilities at the> and J. D. Henderson. Sf\ Mr. and Mrs., Gordon, i off
I .sculptor and potter's wheel D.. Cr and.. at the University of j I' in the' weel$ !at the s i aunts, Mrs. Welch Tyre
;' I Woodruff, Sr. of Orlando'
of hostesses, ,
J : The Garden Club of the Mrs. Gloria
f Lakes will meet Thursday, i j Murrhee, Mrs. Katherine" Mc- 1 Campbell, and Mrs. Rosalie i. eon. worker and.teacher, will be in I FJ.orNff: I visited Mrs. Walter Addison home of Misses Ilene anLinda d f I S nford. and Mrs. Mary

I March 29 at the home of Mrs. : Glave, Mrs. Thelma Bunce, Colgin, for the social hour.I I! Those who enjoyed' the day Keystone 'Heights for a five* I During the week, Dr. Tart! Friday. I Strickland. Tuesdaynight Crews of Melrose; and a
j :ive Id 1 Walter Aemmer
meeting hf Mrs.
will free demonstrations i iI prayer was cousin.
v Qr J. )Murrhee-or> #]iquto,100, 1 and, Mrs. Vesta Aiken, J I L. M. Home emonstration'Lad i j j were Mrs- Manhie Clark, Mrs. day workshop starting Mon- Chris Spires spent the week- T. .R.Gorrito. ;
in the of
rI .ot the i t home Mrs. I of Akron, Ohio.
and work
day, March 26. I spulgturug;! on |
: East. CohostessesJ will be Mrs.., Mabel end with his parents, Mr. and {
; Advance notice of comingevents Enjoy Outing j' Elva Scott, Woos- I Mrs. Christian Olsson ofijew
I Dr. Tart has studied at the I pottery wheel. ..at Keystone I
Mrs Evans ,
:loll WUliam.Lee ] Spires in Tallahassee -;
< and Mrs. of chapter' I '
interest to Last of ladies ter, Mrs. Lilly Lee, Mrs. VirgInia York City is spending
week a group American University in Biarritz -; Ceramics on Highway.. 21. The i ii I I H. 'R. Pierce of Grandinwas I
: G.lorla Murrhee. The meeting' members included Grand from the Dryden, Mrs.. Florence. I j business visitor i in several weeks at her hQme in,
will j Keystone. Heights, France; San Diego School i public is invited. i Mrs. Dean Crouch is in the 'a .
II begin at 1:30: p.m. I'I Chapter'of .Florida at Jacksonville
Held at School i 'Lake Geneva, McRae Home S.tout--Mrs-. Gentry., Mrs. .ofi; Arts. and Crafts; the UnIversity . Persons interested in the Bradford! County Hospital.A Jacksonville and St. Augustine, I Grandin.INSUHANCE, .
: Election| I
I Coliseum
I j on April 91: .
Florida Baldree, Mrs. Stella I l last Friday.Weekend. .
of Arizona in Tuscon
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j Demonstration Club 'workshop call surprise party
Keystone birthday
v There :was Quite art exciting : to 13, and School of Instruction j enjoyed a. Elmore., .Mrs. Irma Lockwood, University of Miami; and.received may I I visitors in Grand '
: time at the school last week at which time State ,'i day in. Palatka as guests of i Mrs. Grace Van Buskirk, Mrs. 4555, or write to Box 593, Keystone was given for Miss Doris >
1 his M. S. degree. at I 14 were Rev. J. EJ.; Strickland,
Ford home
at her Friday
when' et ,UO" hcld.foF} Worthy Grand Matron m-1!I that Classes Auto Fire Casualty
wire city. City Manager.',Harold Mildred .King, Mrs. Nell King, Florida State University 'in Heights. are and Giddings d 1
Student Council. In lieu of ma lee Brown, will hold'a Classof Ni 'Mrs. night in honor of her 18th ::: MjsHazel Allied IrIneeInsurance
Williams conducted the Mrs. Helen tiler. Tallahassee. He. 'has taught I. limited. I :i son, Dennie, all of PalatkaT Bends and
birthday 15. Featured
campaign buttons\ most of the Instruction, June 22. ti ladies'on a.tour of the furniture Helen Pinon. Mrs.Judy Crosby .. March : ;i: .. their
.r boys, and girls were wearing i, .At the March 20, chapter :factory, the Palatka, Junior Mrs.. Geneva Chab. and entertainment for the occasion -I ey were visiting i Reynolds ,
litany .and Meditation every i for Choir practice will be onFriday's was a barbecue in the yard; i! mpthrf J.r,. W. D Gornto.
colorful little banners demanding meeting, regular business will College! the Ravine, MrS: Chab's mother, Mrs.'' I Agency ..
thjit one or another of the i Wednesday at 7:30: p.m., {r ; at .7::30 p.m. followed by a dance. Friends ;Friend..|. will be pleased to .4i
be '
taken up, together with | r-I Ella .Gfirst, a visjtor from,;, i W. L. ReynoldsI
:. candidates 'be' elected. Therewas .,some interesting reports arid \Depart-ment: l ... Senior Choir practice_- Will The.* seventh Annual ,Pancake..Bupper Lwjip attended' ,. were;: Virginiapgrd J! note that- ;M/$. Wm. Dillangehas I I Ph. 2442 2701
t KentuckyChurch i i : ;' Lwasheld on [ ,Gloria Morris Reda .1 ..
home from Doc-
the : ;
be held1 after returned
also a political immediately
rally with "News '
i project plans. The host and I Plant, and.other places of in-I "' I ,K e s'to ii; gdiEht' Fla.
Shrove Tuesday, ijajch 6 tors Hospital. .
Tiller Donald William. Marian -
speeches by all. ., : Wednesday, evening service "
i candidates. hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. i terest. The ladies were' also i(I St. Anne's Episcopal : I ...
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Ji Pawl Fredrikssonj Trudie Mor-' Mrs. Frank of .
-All In all,.it was a good lesson t Ralph C.' Crawford, William j guests of: the city for lunch- During, Lent, there; will be:. each week. During Lent, Jun Adams L

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.Angus Hastings It hs, ]teen railed, to my I '.,j
attention that cards are be

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Electric' Copperartiye JI1e \- 2. ONLY your BOARD of TRUSTEES can CAUSE. this TO be DONE!

bets, to IL OW' THE
: TRUSTEE DISTRICT FACTS" 3. The Trustees. are the Policy-Making and"SUPERVISORY' BODY; and are
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T : :\ THES.ARE'THE: FACTS: responsible to the members for the successful operation of the Co-operative.
: J ... A, portion. of Sectioji 6 of
Article 1 of the By-Laws: : of 4. Anything above 100% Debt Service Ratio must be returned to YOU, the
At tfte largest turnout in District; No. 9 Members
fjie/ history
; Clay Electric Cooperative( Member-Owner. Your estimated. Debt Service. Ratio is 117.2% for 1962.
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I of f/i p-Cq- f/ve/ gave, Angus Hastings a majority of qppr.oci-: pay says ratea)1lchshall: thereto'Each member monthly from time at 5. This can be returned to you" 'ONLY through Capital Credits or REDUCED

n'JlflrOover' ; ; the incumbent. t p JHme" be ,flxf d. "Jjjy. the RATES!
Board of.'truStett8.
-till. r' j .' *? DIRECTORS- 6. So-called Capital Credits (Patronage Capital) cannot be returned to
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,. ., if'" .'Of.. ,' ANGUS HASTINGS. IS: "J' :- :"'"-.. .'..:.... .' HAVE ''THEPQiyEE: TO. fQr.a long time yet, unless 'the by-laws 'arcchanged!

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the,sties of.the {Secretary
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r s; | Vl ; Cdoperativel you should have.been, provided with a copy of the by-laws
expense of the '

( preI.O/t MwtytGreene. Inc + 1 frJohtIr.A Wl o *M; Jl.y- .and all amendments' ,i( thereto.,. i- ,< .
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." ,!t.. ',.: '. O'la" '.: .' 'u. ,. County School" Association.V any such capital be retired .
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Zia riled and Has Three Children Chairman School Advisory co rIsj .
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w ELECT AKSOS HASTIK6S. YOU1 TRUSTEE FROM KSTRICT9 n1"eA.pt cJe bu th@t I facts= saj qt to your you: : -: r: 'C J?! IVE--- Home Office :' ::

decide for
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[ wjll work- to'provide you with 'a system that will have adequate capacity aPp else's 'word fpr anything . ."" ,I' ',. ;. :
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t v y.,,'!ry..Y TY YYYYY.Y Lenten Services. | hostess, at. 1:30p.m.. going around. She" is once I sell your goldfish. Otherwise,j!| C AY'ELECrRIC,1 guest speaker. i I Scott. men. ,

t.KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS St. William's Catholic Club I The Nightengales, with : more on the road to"recovery., we will take action." .' : | : -Game Day will be held at In the "B" game 32-30 victory -/ Holy Days 10 a. m.. hIfl
will Bake Sale Mrs: Leon leader Airman l-C'and Mrs. 2 p.m. Friday at the Woman'sClub Communion. '.
ccnduct a Wagner as : j Larry Billy [the pet shop owner] j I Reda Tiller of Melrosewas
Booth on!March 2 at the..Annuaj -| meets with, Mrs. John Bird ', Louih and, two"sons of S1.n' reached under the counter and i, SPEAK OUT : to raise money, for the leading scorer, followed J The Rev. Lee V HatqnVicar. ?!

Clay Electric Meeting. i at 8 p.m. Antonio, Texas, are visiting brought out his birth: certificate club. A prize will be given for : "* rv
AA.A.A AA*AA AA4 AAAAAAA4 the by Barbara Whitehead Mar- ..
Since more folks are expected J Ja The .Rebeccas' '.v.th.. .lrs. with Airman Louth's parents, explaining, *'f, thought_I' We are disturbed by recent i high score at each table. METHODIST CHURCH:**

J [From Pfeceeding Page] f this meeting this year,! Donald Shackleford as leader, : I 1r. and,Mrs" Herb ,Louth ofi4stone' : you'might want to see it." The published statements regarding t, Winners of the Duplicate ian Fiedriksson, and: Jean[' MELROSE .;;;

I please bake as much as youj I meets with Mrs. Joseph W. : Club Estates. Aftertheir ': certificate showed that his'real; the operation of the : Bridge Club were: First place, Lively. Standout guards for the ...

Much to gratification of' can. for none will go to waste., j Wildt.; at,,8 p.m. I ;stay in Keystone,] Larry, name was: Billy Rose. I Clay Heciric C '-cP. Mrs-. Mane Dent .and.; Mrs. W. Melrose team were Joan I Rev. Kenneth W Griffith;

all concerned, it was a complete Confirmation i will be held at I, Fish' Story I and., family will'be, stationed'I'I ,The. two callers studied the We. cannot sit still and be H. Davie; Second place, Mrs. Eichelsderfer] Elsie} France, pastor.

success, with a splendid St. William's Church on Sat-I Mrs. HaraU'RlrE..Ug1t( who in London, England for two I certificate a" minute, -and" then<' silent while half-truth innuendoes -;: John Straw and Mrs. Paley i I and Carolyn Tison. Sunday School 9:45: a. m.

turn-out, representative of all| !. lives just .next: doorK.. brought 5 ears": I Billy [the Aquacade man] asked are uttered to sat- : Boyd; Third place, Mrs. W. ; Worship 11 a. m.MYP .

the community This despite uruay evening March 24. at 8 us a fish to show ,what her i Mrs! H Olson fomerly. of'i iHillcrest "How much are your Canaries isfy any selfish, personal am- J. ,Grolick and Mrs. C. C. Max- I TRINITY EPISCOPAL, and MCF 7 p. m.
the fact that there o'clock. The entire '
was no congregation
husband had caught down \ ''is, now 'a. guest at ?" : I bition. nor can we allow the son; and'Fourth 'place, Mrs. CHURCH MELROSE Evening Worship 8 p. m
advance pubicity this year,! is expected attend. -
Alice and Mrs.
Johnson Saturday It' the White Feather Motel until '
near on !
Co-op to be used a'
other than a few posters in j Did you borrow a table "Five dollars each! the pet as 8'.maays10 a. m. Church THE RIGHT POINT for l&
George Phelps.
was a bass'weig1i1ng over 8'i' :May or.. June. I "STUMPING MAT" for '
revenge ,
: I shop Billy ,replied.
strategic places. Credit is due or some chairs or perhaps! pounds. Then our daughter School News School. 11:45 ft, m. Morning' way you write. Come in ana
I Mr. and Mrs. Lee. Anthonyspent retaliation. .
to the hard-working committee some library books from Father -:. i t "Let me have two with a or Prayer and Sermon I select JOur favorite ESTER-
said that she had been down i The Melrose PTA met Monday -
last Tuesday night ,
who, for a period of two I Dougherty's Study a'' Walker's Service Station :\ with; their former_ Kansas I i cage." i We need not discuss the wis- : evening March 5, in the.:, Sunday, Holy Commuiuonlu-fi I BROOK Fountain. Pen. TELE
cooked and served and forget to return them? I com of the REA. The visual I' GRAPh -1
hours, pan- And the famous showman o. m. Iftiscopal Young Church-'
the same afternoon, when I school auditorium. Clarence. .
J neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. William .
evidence of its accomplish- c
cakes and fast lOr i do know who did? "
sausages as as you Mike Funderburke came in,i I Pinon of Smith Lake. Mr. I ,walked out with. his new pets.This Holden conducted the meeting ,
i cients all around The
are us. ,
they couu turn them out.
Our supply of chairs is with the kind of fish-j I the of
absence Mr. Weg-
I I same Anthony is now coach for the i I REA represents the greatest m
Thanks is also due to the !
dwindling, and: one might only it weighed over 10 1-2' Kansas City Athletics, and little story :should be achievement of time for horst, president, who had goneto
ones who had the less glam- wonder how a ten-foot long pounds! And it was caught in 'wasjormely a big-league baseball j, of special interest 'to. Key- bringing the for Palatka to speak on First
job of washing the dish means prosperity
orous. folding table could "disap Lake Geneva. And. so the man player. From Keystone stoners because the pet shop to underdeveloped areas Aid at the Palatka PTA. After -,

es. pear." If you know where'these of our family takeshis pole i Heights,: the Anthonys went : ,:Bijly-still a bundle of energy, I throughout the states. With- a short business meeting,

The regular monthly Covered things are, would you to Lake Geneva and though well in hiS:70's of band music
comes i jOn.to Daytona. Beach.wheI. e i up out it, it is ,doubtful that we a program was .
Dish Supper will be heldon please return them? liome with a 6-oz. bass. they will spend several weeks. I I.now operates an extensive or you would be living in this presented by the High SChOOl 'f ]

Wednesday March 21, at Community Church News Cub Scout News We were 'glad to hear that tropical fish business dh High. I section today. : Band and Chorus, under the ; ,

6:30 p.m., in the Parish House. The Women's Division of .Cub Scouts Den 3 had a gay W. B. Dawson is now; able to$j way 21 near: {the entrance to : :' direction of Dr. Der Hovhan-
No such amount of
News from St. William's the' Florida Fellowship of lime 'M nday giving a surprise :be up and, 'around after his!I.I ,Keystone. : Club Estates._ _' 'Just. u-mild VIQVP hppn_ .privateqniti1 pnm.rpited __.. nissi n. Room count was won
Choir Practice will be heldat Community Churches is divided birthday party,to two of recent. severe illness. 1 another one01 Keystone's --r"w w by Mrs. Lollie Crenshaw's

12 Noon each Sunday. into three areas. Our their member Cubs. Edwin I Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Wheat- : interesting, personalities. to do the job your first grade and Mrs. Frances ff'i'
REA has accom;>llshej. Whenwe
These are very important? rehearsals area, the Northeast, will meeton Baker and Mickey Brokas. ley of Windsor,' Canada spent \ Stephenson's 11th grade.A .
: stop and consider what we 1
with the impendingvisit : March 30 at Tourist 'Cake and ice'cream were se.'Vi i one.night last week with relatives. KEYSTOSUEIGUTS : social hour was held at

of the Archbishop and Church in Daytona Beach, at 'ed: by Den! Mother Stella EI-I Mr. and, Mrs. Leo Le- FIRST BAPTJSI fJilUKCR receive Electric for Power the price stands we head pay, the conclusion of the programin .A, 4

Easter not far behinf.: 10 a.m., closing, at ,2:30: p.m': I mofe and guest mother, Gloria j i Blanc of Keystone Club I the cafeteria. A St. Patrick's -
I J. R. Smith, pastor, Ralphc6peland and shoulders above anythingelse
This Sunday, March 18, Luncheon will be served at Murrhee. I' Estates. The Wheatleys were Day theme was used in _
the dollar
greatest .
there will be a change in the the. Church at Noon. It is I, Softball Game 'I' enroute to South Florida. : Minister of Music" bargain as offered today TO : decorations and lefreshments, "-,, -_ --- ,'- .-. ____ ___
time of Mass. On this Sunday hoped that the Keystone The Keystone Heights Junior They, will be" back This month nd: church organist.Aerv BE ABLE TO DO SO MUCH which lent an air of festivityto ___
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Heights Community ChurchWomen Woman's Club and the : spend'
only. Mass will be at iO ajn.. to )few days before FOR the occasion. '" -
I 4 In. Morning Worship. 10.5f; '
will have a good rep Keystone Heights Lions Club : .
and will resume the regular returning- Canada. : The High School Band ,
recently -- -
resentation. will play a softball game at, who m. Training Union 7.00, P I NOTHING OF VALUE :,
8:30: am. schedule the follow :I Mrs. Josephine Oakey, completed a concert
ing Sunday. March 18 will be Circles of the Community City Park on Saturday, March has-. been recuperating with a 41. 'Evening services U-00: p i JUST HAPPENS TO COME tour of the Putnam County .:
!! 'tOU are invited to share i ABOUT. and that brings us'
Holy Communion Sunday .for Churchwomen will meet as 31, at 7:30: p.m. Admissionwill broken leg in_ the University a. elementary schools. The band 1
the men of the Parish. After follows: on March 19, Circle be 50c except for children Medical Center in Gainesville, family Prayer time witn us- to the crux of the matter. presented a series of concerts tIT1 _

Mass there will be a Communion 1, with W. J.: Grolick as leader under 12. who will get is finding that good friends I We hold these truths to be' centered around a Spanish
with M. H. in free. 'A deep-fat fryer will COMMUNITY CHURCH self evident: ;
Breakfast in the Recrea- meets Mrs can make even a hospital theme. Chaperones for the
tion Hall. All men' of the, Schroeder at '1 p-m.: Circle 2, be given as a ground prize, stay exciting. Last week, Mrs. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. j 1 Your CO-OP is under i ii trip were Rev. Kenneth Grif-

Parish are invited and askedto with Mrs. R. A. Gaunt as and you have to have an ad- ( Margaret Hall and Mrs. Mel- A. C. bit< Minister, I i the constant watchful eye of fith, Mrs. Dock L. Tison, and

bring their friends. Boysof leader, with Mrs. Hal Hand at mission ticket to win it. This ba Hgen, assisted by other Mrs. George A. Canova, Organist -I a Federal Agency-anything Mrs. M. C. King.A I ..
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high-school age will serve 1:30 p.m. Circle 3, with Mrs.F. sounds like a lot of fun. I friends of, Mrs. Oakey, madeup and Director. I amiss would have long since Si. Patrick's Day General I! "I Pay Myself FIRST!

the breakfast. E. Stitchberry as leader, at PersonalsDr. a Sunshine Box for her; Richard Coshuan, Youth Dir.i iI been uncovered. the :
Store will be sponsored by
the Community Church and Mrs. Charles Livelyof consisting of a number of 2 The present Board of dollars that out of enve1.-
Instructions for Teen Agers Sunday School, 9:45: am.. Melrose 4-H Club Saturday, "The FIRST come my pay
educational building with Mrs. Weston, W. Va., have been packages one to be opened I I Directors is made up of successful where the
continue to be held at 7 pm. Morning Worsaip, a. a. March 17, beginning at 9:30 lope go straight into my savings account .
Wm. J. Pinon and Mrs. Bill visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sam each day. Mrs. Oakey has about Young People, 7 men in business, experienced interest .
on Mondays and Lenten Ser- p. m. a-m. near the post office. go right to work for ME earning .
vices Stations of the Cross Lee as hostesses. Circle 4, Gardner. The women are sis two more weeks to stay Pioneers. 6 p. m. in getting a job i iI: I
: Melrose Girls building week after week into something that'
with Mrs. A. F. Crosby as there but she won't find it successfully done. 'I up
and Benediction will be
ters.Mrs. .| Defeat Keystone to look like real '
in the educational Sam Gardner is home dull i beginning money.
thanks the Gen-
held at 7:30 leader, to her friends. ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL 3 We hold that
evening, after p.m.which Monday will be building at 10 a.m., with a again after minor surgery at Mrs. Nelle Grayson has gone CHURCH KEYSTONE eral Manager is the BOSS. The Melrose Girls Basket- "The way I figure.it, the dollars I SAVE each weekare

Adult Instructions. covered dish luncheon at the University Medical Centerin to Miami for about ten days. Any and all employees have ball Teams defeated Keystone the profit part of my wages my profits

noon. Circle 5, with Mrs. John Gainesville last Wednesday Mrs. Frank Ilgen has been I Daily Morning Prayer, 8:30 I the right to take their grievances -:, Heights recently in two games. that will add up to the kind of home I want to live

St. William's Altar Society Karges as leader, meets with morning. She was making called to Aberdeen, N. C. by a.m. Daily Evening Prayer, 5 to him. I The A squad and B squad in, the kind of education I want for my children,
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will meet Monday Evening, Mrs. Marguerite Grennan. fine progress until she caught, the death of her step-father j, p.m. Sundays, 9:30: ajn. After he has passed on the I: teams both immerged victor- the kind of security I want my family to enjoy ..
March 19. at 8 p.m., after the "flu bug" that has been Holy Eucharist on 1st and : ious, winning 65-35, and 32-30.
with Mrs. Alma Frost as Co- Mr. Carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. merit of the grievance and I now and always."
3rd Sundays each month. I | respectively.
Carpenter are former Keystone handed down a decision 1
residents. Morning Prayer on 2nd and I I Leading scorers for the "A"i Open a savings account in this bank and
The employee has TWO cours-
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INFORMATION VITAL TO ALL John Dodd, son of Mr. and 14th Sundays. Litany Serviceon i t I es open to him i game were Carol Hurst and get the habit of paying yourself FIRST. -
Virginia Ford of Melrose, both
Mrs. Fred S. Dodd, was included any 5th Sunday. Evening [a] He can comply OR I

SUBSCRIBERS among the 25 students Prayer p.m. I Ibl If a man of principal, : scoring 28 points. Margaret
CLAY : Slade also hit nine for thei BANK
I on the Dean's List at Bob During Lent Litany and Ican resign and carry the fight i

Jones College during the first Meditation each Wednesday, I! out in the open to correct any i': visiting Melrose team. MEMBER F.D.I.C.

In recent weeks we have been subjected to newspaper, and word-of- semester. John is a sopho- 7:30: pm.yyyyyyyVyyyyyyyyyyyVV1. I injustice he feels exsists. Guards seeing action for
: Melrose in the "A" game were A Friendly Bank in A Friendly
:i mouth bombardment of such terms as "DEBT SERVICE RATIO" and more' at this..school. ,in.GreenVille ..... .. p I WE DO NOT HOLD WITH Oleda Bowen, Doris Ford, -. Community '
: Trudie Morris, and Ellen
Billy Rose Anecdote I TO DISRUPT OR TO DESTROY j -

We undertook to investigate the meaning of these phrases. Here are ,In Reader's Direst MELROSE i ANY BUSINESS OR- ___ -

the findings of our investigation boiled down into ordinary layman lan The following story about I t GANIZATION, BY PLOTTING .

Keystone Heights' Billy Roseis A&&AAAA A AAAAAA A A AAAA Aa FROM WITHIN, TO P

guage DEBT SERVICE RATIO of "Reader's found in the Digest"March: issue I' [From Preceeaing, Page] I I BRING AIM ABOUT- NO THE MATTER DESIRED : KEYSTONE HEIG HIS .. MELROSE 1

The 100 If, figure we see so freely used, is just a unit of measure. It applies I Near the main entrance to I by Mrs. A. J. Cicen and. Mrs. I HOW NOBLE THE PUR-

\ to a formula set up by the REA to evaluate the financial stability of I Billy Rose's Aquacade at the,I R. E. Mathews. I POSE. I BUSINESS DIRECTORY

I each Electric Co-op to whom it lends money. i New York'World's Fair was a I Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer "THE MAN IN CHARGE IS I .
- It1 small exhibit with a sign over I visited her parents, Mr. and I ENTITLED TO THE EM- ,

r IT HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH RATES. In short, to reduce it to even the door: Billy Rose's Pet Mrs. Clyde Wesley, in Gaines- :'PLOYE'S LOYALTY." I I II -- --- -!.

-1 h simpler language, it means this- i Shop. Every time that Billy ville Saturday. I The most priceless ingred- APPLIANCE DEALERFRIGIDAIRE :I GAS-BOTTLED REAL ESTATE :

[the Broadway showman] I Mr. and :Mrs. Binns and i I ient, essential to success in II I I II

BELOW THE 100% EVALUATION, indicates the inability went to his great spectacle, he I daughters of Jacksonville I any business, is the caliber of I Keystone Gas Co. LITTLE SANTA PK L\K

____J t to fulfill the basic requirement for' successful financial operation passed this place. He finally II spent Sunday with Mr. and the people associated with it. 24 HOUR SERVICE "

1 as set forth by the REA. decided to get his lawyer to I :Mrs. W. H. Allen and family. Their devotion to service : I PHONE 4351 Furnished Home.

f put a stop to the use of his I Mrs. Berneice Woodard and I their willingness to cheerfully Sales and Service Franchised Distributor of 3 bedrms, guest house, doclc. ,

-1 I ABOVE THE' 100{) % EVALUATION, shows a successful operation name to peddle bullfrogs and I children of Ft. McCoy, and perform the many tasks neces- i I SAlGASLUMBER FURNiSHED HOME.

_.A for the year, in-so-far as protecting the investment tropical fish. Mrs. Dock Tison and children sary, has made your CO-OP : Yeoman's Electrici spacious lot, many trees, price.

entrusted to the management of that particular Co-op is The two men marched recently enjoyed a-trip to the the NUMBER ONE in the I I i I and terms see: .

concerned.The belligerently into the offend- Jacksonville Zoo. Southeast.We ServiceMelrose
- 'I I I San Associate Edna Martin t
ing establishment. "I'm Billy The World Day of Prayerwas therefore resent any derogatory : GR 5-2371 Lebrydo Keystone Heights, Fla. J

- question now is this Rose," he announced, "and held Friday at the Methodist I remarks about their Lumber Co. Phone 4106

How much above the .100% must be planned for at the beginningof this is my lawyer I Church. Mrs. A. j. With- i privileges or actions : AUTO SERVICE
We Specialize in CustomCut : JAMEs II. )IACIIEREALTOR ,
_ the year in order to insure a 100% PLUS REA rating at the "Oh yes, I was expecting erspoon was in charge. j Let's Face )it. YOU DO Extra Lengths a
L1 end of the year? To decide this question is the responsibility of you. Mr. Rosenberg," replied Ii I The Woman's Club met NOT ARGUE WIT SUC- ;!', Baker Enterprises I: UUeriali I ..
the pet shop proprietor." Wednesday, March 7, at the The woods are filled
11 the Management and the Board or Directors. It is in this area I I Cement Mortar Mix- S
Rosenberg is the real name of Club House. Hostesses for the with the "ME -T TOO" budding "Available" Baker Prop. I .
that their business background and their sound '
experience, ( Sheet Rock
: Rose, the Broadway showman. I,luncheon meeting were Mrs.L. : executives.j 'Auto Repairs 21 Hr. Service S. E. McKay Realtor!
judgement is brought to bear. Hind-sight can tell, us what we :Mill on Hyw lat Mlddleburg. ,
.1 "Well, the Aquacade own- M. Pearsall, Mrs. James j Today your CO-OP is a 13 Bait Sheil -laa & Oil
should have done but FORE-SIGHT is needed at the start. Whichof Phone BU 2-5272 Ii
: er continued "I want you to 1 Adie.. Mrs. Harold Ashley, Mrs. i million. dollar investment : Available 24 Hrs. i Senior Member

the two ((2)) following choices would you prefer? stop trading on my name to ;, Carl Hagglund, Sr., Mrs L.SMART YOUR MONEY. ; Portable Electric Welding MILLWORK Society Residential Appraisers)

I 1. A Management team capable of reaching 85% .or 90% .I I Anyone can criticize and 2 Mi.; So. on Rt. 100 Live oak Shade-$3.soo-Terml:

I of Target, or I } find fault. This is a National Keystone Heights -4656I Keystone I Well Wcoded Tracts .

'1 2. A Management team capable of reaching 117% of Target I Pastime pur American I -- Millwork Shop $20 down-$10 wo. 36 m
j ? NEW RCA \\g![ OP .! Heritage. BUT it cannot go FLORIST L CABINETS DOORS Membership on Private Park

unopposed when it jeopardizes ; 1 With Wide Beach, .

;; Yours is the choice. i the rights and security of Edna Williams WINDOW FRAMES Keystone Heights:-Pa. 3071Winifred

_! .' SportaboutPortablewlffi ; hard-working, conscientious SCREENS
; : That brings us.up to the next step:, the amazing"New Vista .I people.We FLORLST-NUKSEEYt Trim Materials, a'
4 i?', CAPITAL CREDITS 11 Tuner. Engineered for .l ( H. -
all can become self-ap Sash Made To Order
i '; Capital credits can be more readily understood if thought the dearest picture I pointed efficiency experts, i FLOWERS, Keystone Heights TeL 4285 CRAWFORDfig .

; 7. of in terms of DIVIDENDS. Again, this brings into focus I even in our own business. For j| For An' Occasion $, i, *

g :',, the DEBT SERVICE RATIO. Above the 100% REA rating, $179.95 ; example we can go throughI j Ielrose ., Piione; ; :' GR 5-2331 NURSERY I ; Real Estate Broker

I' we are building Capital Credits or DIVIDENDS.Below the i waste fan and, salvage f I, Clemens Nursery I i Lake Properties Acreage :

j ', 100% rating, we are putting NOTHING away. We;all know 4 paper-clips. rubber bands. we INSURANCE Ranches, Business Cit,'
; : Ovtr 600 Varietiesof' "
: might even be carried away Homes Rentals
the experiences of life that must for the "
r by we save Rainy I'! ., "
I to such a degree that we run Shrubs Trees HouseplantsCitrus "W Take k Personal IntereivIn
Day that might come. For a business- it is.a MUST if it is to I behind each,employee to turnoff :, An Insurance Savings Plan 1 & Azaleas, 3 for $1.00: Your Requirements *

A survive.We .L. I the wash room water and ;j If You Live It'i a Saving Hhvay 100 at Hillcrest Ii Midway: Keystone Heights J JIII

-i have been told by Management that if all goes according to \ h4' The WHITBY .! turn out the lights. Ridicu!,' If Ton' Die If Insurance 3 z. Miles East of I 14elroM. ,

plan Capital Credits should begin to be returned subscribers ,9 I Mark Series 212-6-79-U ;, lous. is*'t it? This type of ASK TOUR GULF., MAN Keystone Heights I Ii "* *'way, .-," SI' -.:;Open Sundays
this of. : 260 sq.In. picture thinking is the product of an NURSERY STOCK Gil 5-291 tRESTAURANT' t
I in 1969. accept as an honest appraisal the plans for i
I the future, .based upon the study of the facts as they appear to- I ThtTRlURTEStrict 192-A-M4I.', I 1CA VICTOR 7kur7/iJta. ; immature the successful mind inexperiencedin way for do- :i ::14. ? ,,BI 'ult.. ... Azalea 50e L up ...

day. 1724.to.picture "' Keystone llhtse Tel 4358-4151 S'to 4 Azateas I > .
n In.tube(ovin3cDaa! ) COLOR TV t' lug business. I ; Special $2.00 ea.:
Sometimes we must go to LandscapingMaterial Available ;
Whether or not conditions in 1969 will justify the fulfillment of "
t: Glare-Proof Safety GIast I extremes, as in these examples -i INSURANCE !See Our Plants Before Ypu Buy *
this; goal, we"will not venture a guess. But, this much we knowis : RA'DIOS' Bonded On TubSuperPowerful. \ I
; to prove a point. O. C. CarnesNsery Sleet Your Friends .
TRUE A SOUND OPERATION, ,under all conditions, ; I, -' I "New Vista""* i It has been proven again .. at ,

WITH STABLE RATES is NECESSARY AND ESSENTIALto \t ; and: again that those people. Geo. E. La Rue Floranome. 6S4-4685 ,I it

the well-being of us all The Co-op is bie business and must I I I envious of the privileges PACKAGE STOREShaughnessy's : Lawrence's DinettCOLD

r be run by big men. We cannot afford 'a "WILD HARE" type up to $100.00TRADEIN granted to rank in any organization Your Local :

of Management that will cause the rate structure to operate as I *: are the same ones so I TRAVELERSKeystone BEER GOOD FOOlJ

an eevator! "Down today and Up tomorrow!": 'i ; k.t ; often found guilty of misuse whin 4 INSijRANCE I II PACKAGE STORE j Open 11 a.m. to 9 p. m. fHon. *

; t ;I of the same privileges; I HeightsTELUPUONK I'OPEN 8 A. M.-12 P. M. DAILY .:thru Saturday (
I Yes, rates can be reduced-by drawing from Reserve Funds antf For Your Old 'TV r granted to them. 4693 i: CLOSED SUNDAYS Cldsed" Sunday

applying them to Operating' Costs. As Individuals, or as 'a Business r :$15.88 up on This New Color +,A> ,Attend ;your Stock Holder I:L. ., I Ii I II I Keystone Melrose Highway I II Hiway 21-Keystone Heigh}*

*: this road leads to FINANCIAL SUICIDE. This is not. recommended '. .. j meeting. Let your good judg- i Also i: m m m
_. for either case. S ment put. to rest this "Temp INSURANCE Blue Fine'Package. Store & Bar!
L S 8it WELL *
WheelerTV est. .in :the, TEA FO'IonMarch Rt. 109 South I
COMMON SENSE DICTATES- > t I SERVICE f. 22, Stock-Holders Day.f Murrhee Insurance -v- .

: ((1)) You ishould never change horses in the middle of the I -Friends of the COOPMv. REAL ESTATE WELL DRILLING
1 I [ .] Agency I PUMPS J
: I II C. J. Pete O'Connor S
I ((2)) You never trade or break up a winning team' 'combination AppliancesV; '.. .<. ,..?. Geaeral,Insurance <

-,-' -. ; Between" ystone'..1 +\and"- iri Melrose W. Neefus, Mrs. G. H. Thayer, Fire Casualty Bonds REAL REALTOR ESTATE MATHEWS '

I and Mrs. Harriet Rice. The ; Well Drilling
(FRIENDS THE CO-OP) RR-21 Melrose GR 5-2401 I program was on Communism Allied Lines MORTGAGES APPRAISALS I Il&e1itone !]

Keystone Heights, 2731 Ruo 4297 I IL.JtOSE QR WlOl
__ i HeJgto
r .- ----------- 1' --- I'i and Dr. Marvin. Eatner: th.1 I 4

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AT THE TABERNACLERev. I SEVENTH DAY p, .. ,.. _Jl_. p.......... r ... ... .... ...., .1 t'
North family over the week- her bridesmaid was Patsy : ing at the home of their

Glenn Trayer. founder ADVENTIST CHURCH end were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rhoden. The groom chose as i teacher, Mrs. Dorothy Waters,
Home DemonstrationNotes North and baby Jewel and on Fridady night March 2,
and director of'Pr son Evangelism Sabbath School [Saturday i- his best man, Auley Rowell of i
\ Dave Coverdale and Mr. and I for the
and planned a
Grand Rapids Mich. 9:30: a. m. Morning Worship !
i.. 'js3r Perry. Ushers were Harvey
Mrs. A. J. of Jackson- Roll which
Harper Cradle department
I spoke at the Gospel Tabernacle -: 11 a. m. Located between Wilson ;;; ,..II!
: '" ville. i McPearson and Sidney Well- j will be held Sunday morning.
i Sunday morning,.tellingof Road and Qrinis Loop. byOROTHY |
I the work among prisoners E. L.-:- Marley, pastor. Phone I I; j" n ROSSDemonstration i George Pratt was called ;, hausen. I j They1l1 bring toys

ORDINATION SERVICE FIRST METHODIST over the country. He said that 964-1324. Home : Agentnot home from Virginia becauseof Immeriately after the cere- for the class. They plan to
I I wife who I have a hamburger fry at their
PINE LEVEL BAPTIST this Christian contact with the illness of his mony a reception was held at I
I CHURCH. prisoners is followed up ,with GRAHAM REMOVING STAINS I followed.For I is in the Navy hospital. Mrs. next meeting.
the church, after which the-
Ordination services will be Schedule for Bible lessons and work which BAPTIST CHURCH !i iI The 4-H girls have been more information on ,I Pratt is a teacher at the Max- I Misses Patty Parrish and
week of March couple left on a wedding
held at Pine Level Baptist often results in restoration of 4 learning to remove some of the stain removal, you may request!I ville School. I, young j Lana Nolan left Monday with

Church Sunday, March 18, at 18: the man to home and church I Sunday School, 10 a. m. common stains from their the USDA bulletin from the Mrs. Dorothy Kilgore and ,; Central trip to points Floridda.of interest They are ini II I I students of the history classes :

3 o'clock. Basket dinner will, Sunday Membership upon completion of his _sen Morning Worship, 11 a. m. clothes. The following-methods Home Demonstration Office. children spent the weekend in i, of Duval County for a week's
their home Clay
making on
be served at one o'clock.! training class for Intermed- tence.Rev. Trayer spoke twice- 'i ?Training Union, 6:30 p. m. u ere given for washable and This Bulletin is free for the Brooksville with Mr. Kilgore J i iI I Hill. I. tour of Washington, D. C.

Roman Alxarez will be ordain- iates and Seniors, 9:45: a.m.: at the State Prison Sunday,' Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. colorfast fabrics. Stains shouldbe I asking by calling 964.2865 orI I 1 and his family. Mr. Kilgore Sunday School Party Mrs. Bill Roberson and

Church School, 9:45 a.m. besides the service in Starke. Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 8 removed promptly and I by writing to Box 267, Starke. met his wife there. ;]; The Intermediate Girls i daughter of Lake City are

ed.The pastor and members invite Morning Worship 11 ajn. Rev. and Mrs. Clarence Dib-. certainly before the' garmentis DISTRICT DEMONSTRATION i I Mrs. Walker, principal of Class of the Maxville Baptist spending this week with Mr .
L. ,
m.-Rev. C. Redding,
all to attend the dinner Snack Supper for MYF, 6 p.m. ble of Penney Farms were a- p.tor. pas- laundered. I DAY the Maxville school, fell two: Church held a business meet- : Dorothy Waters and family.

and services. Youth meetings, 6:30 pjn. mong those attending the These stains were treated The 4-H District Demon- !! weeks ago at school and broke'

Membership training class for morning worship. i PRESBYTERIAN with these methods by the stration Day will be held in : her collar bone. i
Sunday School 10 a.m. FIRST
Juniors, 7 pjn. Revival serv- 'I agent and the girls: : Mrs. Wellhausen went
CHURCH St. Augustine next Saturday. .
Morning worship 11.
1 p.m. Ordination Services 3pm. ices begin, 7:30 pjn. BAYLESS HIGHWAY iI i FRUIT [As Berry] Pour Those slated to go to give dem- I I[ to see her great grandson I
Monday through Friday CHURCH SCHEDULE 390 N. Cherry. St. Brenda Green Danny Joe. in Jacksonville.
Youth Service 6:30: p.m. boiling water through spot onstrations are: :
Evening Worship 7 o'clock Revival 10 services, daily: 7:30 Sunday School, 10 a. m Sunday-Sunday School 9:451 from a height.CHOCOLATE. and Thelma Knight will givea I i I Mr. and Mrs. Harrison bOLKADD GAS
Rev. Alton a.m., ajn., : p.m. a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. demonstration "Be Kind To : Adams visited Mr. and Mrs.
Dobbs of Jackson- Sponge
Worship, 11
Tuesday WSCS business Morning a. m
Youth Fellowship 6 m. Ed Wilkinson and attended
ville will be guest speaker. p. with cool water or soak 30 Your Electric Iron; Celeste De- Sunday -
meeting in Fellowship Hall Training Union, 6 p. m Choir Practice I
Thursday minutes. If stain remains, Voe and Peggy Shanbarger "A l! : the Maxville Baptist

LAUREL MISSIONARYBAPTIST 9:30 ajn. Hour for Evening Service, 7 p. m. Prayer p. 811 work detergent: _into stain and Dairy Foods Demonstration"; i Church and Sunday Schooli .
Saturday Story m.Friday
CHURCH 2:30 meeting, Wednesday, 7 p. -Junior Choir and : rinse. If it still remains, use,:. Gay Swartz and Sandy Moore."Toothbrushing" i Danny Wilkinson is staying
Primary Department, :
m. Choir practice. Wednesday Recreation 3:30: p. m. I bleach. I ; and Cheryl with his grandparents attending -

Rev. D. E. Willis Pastor p.m. 8 p. m. I INK For non-permanent 1 Shealy, a talk on "4-H Club Clay Hill School. *

Sunday School 9:45: a.m. HIGHLAND REULAfI BAPTIST CHURCh: ink use soap and water. Oth- ',Work." I I Wellhausen-Norman DependableSPECIAL
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Girls from six neighboring I!I Forrest E. Norman an- THIS WEEK'S
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Eve- BAPTIST CHURCH 'Sunday School, 10 a. m. ers,. use bleach.
ning Worship. Rev ft. T. Wiffl&ms. .Pwtar GREASEEspecially black ; counties will be present to give ': nounces the marriage of his
Morning Worship. 11 a. m.
Wednesday Prayer Meet- Sunday School, 9:43: a. m, Sunday School 10 & m.. Training Union 6:30: p. m car grease{work lard into spot. 1 demonstrations on their proj- ,, step-daughter, Carolyn, to Clean

Ing 7 pm.'Everyone. 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting each Morning Worship 11 a. m.: Evening Service, 7:30 p. m.- Wash with hot water and soap.I ects and to participate in the Lacey Ernest Wellhausen, son

is invited to attend Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.LEADING Evening worship 7 p. m. Pnj- Rev. Luther A. McGee pastor Nonwashable Articles Spread i Talent program. of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Well
all services. er meeting Wednesday 7 p. m. : absorbent powder, as talc, over I SOUTIIERN SPOON BREAD I hausen of Maxville. The wed-
- I the wet stain. Shake or brush I II Now: that those wonderful cing was solemized on Sat- Safe

SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF FIRST CHRISTIAN. off powder as it ,absorbs the I I greens are in season again, you urday afternoon, March 3, at RANGE
CYhIST CHURCH grease. Then work fresh pow- will want to serve with them 4 pm. in the Maxville Baptist

der into the stain. some good ole' Southern Spoon Church by Rev. R. L Tag-
AGENT 537 W. Call St., Starke ,
Closes; 10 a.I Bob I> Badgett, Minister GUM Rub with ice and 1 Bread. It is served on the plate gart pastor of the church. Economical
I and eaten with a fork. The church was beautifully
with scrape gum.
m.; Assembly Worship Cor. W. Call & Christian $109.00
a the Lord's Supper, 11 a.m., BLOOD Soak stain in t RECIPE decorated with evergreens and
Life And Casualty Sunday School, 9:45: a. u..
or I
sifted yellow white The
Evening Assembly Worship cold water. Then wash with One cup gladioli. groom'sbrother
Church Worship, 10:45 a. m. I enriched corn meal, 1 played the wedding
;6:30: p. m.Wedn&'uay. soap and cold water. If stain I With Trade
Insurance Co. I Chi Rho, 5:30 p. m. Choir I table-
Bible Claw!: remains, bleach. I quart whole milk, 3 I music and Bob McClung and CALL US TODAY
I practice. 6:30: p/m. CYF, 7 p. "
1:30 p. In. IRON RUST Sprinkle: spoons melted butter one and his daughter Gail, sang. ALSO
GAINESVILLE DISTRICT m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p. stain with salt, squeeze lemon I one-half teaspoons salt, one- The bride who was given in FOR FAST,

PENTECOSTAL m. Wednesday. Minister,I II I juice on it and let dry in sun. half teaspoon baking powder marriage by her step-father, FREEInstallation

HOLINESS CHURCH I Repeat if necessary. 4 eggs well beaten one half i was dressed in a beautiful Courteous Service .'

For the past 21 years, Mr. George BOATDRAIN BAPTIST I Bleaches used are chlorine I teaspoon sugar if desired. gown of imported Chantilly
324 W. ,Brownlee St. CHtftCH sodium. perborate, hydrogen I Blend well the meal with lace and tullenet over layers PHONE 964.8091
Donaldson has made a leading record I of milk. Then a3d the !.of starched net and taffeta.
Sunday School, 10 a. m. peroxide, and color removers. one cup ,
with our company here in the Starke ,, Morning Worship 11 a. m. Sunday School 10 11 a. m.1 The first three usually remove -i remaining three cups of milk. I i The long sleeves tapered to' DAY or NIGHT
and Waldo area. We are happy to announce Evangelistic Service, 7:30: p. Morning 6:30 Evening the same type of stains Stir constantly over low heat I calla lily points over her
Union :
Training p.
m. Wednesday Prayer Meet I' if safe for the fabric. Color removers -: until mixture thickens. Use I wrists. She wore a net veil
that he continues this fine Worship 7:30: m.
:ng. 7:30: p. m. Saturday p. are used for stains for double boiler if you desire. Add with a crown of flowers, and
record by being the leading agent in the Youth: Service, 7:30: p. m.- Prayer Meeting, Wednesday,! which the first three bleaches ;; melted butter, salt and baking I carried a bouquet of white : PYROFAX GAS SERVICE

Slate of Florida so far for 1962. David T. McGhee, pastor. 1:30 p. m. I are not effective. Bleaches can I powder. Fold in gently well- : carnations and a white orchid ,

.. harm.fabrics if directions are : beaten eggs. Pour into a greas- i on a white Bible. :, Starke Fla.
220 N. Temple Ave. ,
CHRISTIAN CHURCH CONGREGATIONAL I I, ed pan and bake at 325 degreesfpr I She chose as her,maid of '

DONALDSON : :I 1-2 miles out I I servings. [This recipe given by I I I II
CALL. MR. Carl Clarke, Minister North 301 2 I R'i I
10:00 of town on left of the road. GRAHAM our District
I : -.a.Bible' School
i D. Hol-'
AT 468-1015 WALDO FLA. Agent, Miss
11:00: a. m. Worship and Commuiiicfi. Young' People's Meeting, i I
I .' Friday, 7:30: p. m. Sunday I stein.lMAXVILLE
Richard Cain
IThere's I School- 10 a. m. Sunday Night I I i I T ....mny.n.Y.rn.

Worship\ ; 7 p. m. Everyone I ALIAAAI; :
cordially invited to attend I
: i ''
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parrish'
Rev Carl Edmondson pastor.EYKRGRMSN REqYALI
have as a guest their son-in- :

law ..of Qpalocka. They also :I By Mrs. C. B. Nolan \
',- ...' .. had as visitors last :week Mrs.
.;',...... .... ,. BAPTIST CHURCH u.u
a, i -r.t-'-''"...!;;;;;; : -':.>:., .. .. '- Parrish's nephew, Bugger, I
wife, Mr.* and Mrs. Norman ., -
J 'Announced'Mr.
Sunday School 10 a. m I. Births
better 9 Slide of Oxford, and Mr.Parrish's FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
way, now ( .. Preaching, 11 a. m. Training and Mrs. Pete Wilbanks S
V Union <>::30 p. m.. Preaching, nephew Duggar' announce the arrival of a

!7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting Jones, of Sampson City. Mr.i son. born Sunday, March 4,

J" vK i Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Duggar is much improved after I at the Ed Fraser Memorial STARKE FLORIDA

.. 'J y ti" ._ Wednesdav Bib-e study. a two-week stay in the' Hospital in Macclenny. The

l:; ; 0d 7:30: p. m. -' Jos. E. Norman Bradford County Hospital. : young man has been named
'" :' ? pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Rey- Wilbanks will
,., Danny Joe. :Mrs.
'.... ,, 'I--: nolds of Jacksonville visited be remmbr?:red as the former MARCH 1823Rev.
'> '
Gy AIRPARK BAPTIST I the H. M. Wasdin family Sat- Miss Rise Mary Wellhausen.

CHURCH urday. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gray
"" I
H. C. Surrency of Gaines Farris announce:: the arrival ofa

._. '. Sunday School, 9:45 a, m. ville was out last week and reported ron on Fe:>. 24 at the Naval
Morning Worship 1115.: that his father, John Air Station Hospital in Jack-

qk Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Surrency,'who has been ill for ; sonville. The young man has

Evening Service 7:15.: -Rev. some time, is much better at been named Philip Gray Farris -

Robert Haisten, pastor.fIII'IjI. this time. Jr.
Phillip Vicari has been sick'' Mrs. Adams Honored

Flameless Electric for a couple of weeks, but Mrs. Harrison Adams cele-

seems some better now. ;i I brated her birthday anniversary -
Mrs. Beatrice Hines was|! on Saturday, March 3,

visiting her brother and sis when her daughter, Mrs.

... j ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. N. Waver Griffis and Mrs. Ed f s.w

Starling, in Gainesville last Wilkinson and their families
Water Heatin I : s
II I a eek. surprised her with a birthday r

Mrs. Bunie Broughton reports : cake: coffee and drinksat S.

, .',. ruiiLI,i that her grandmother, :' her horns here.StricklandGarrett.
I Ronda Stokes of Starke, who i ', -V 4', 6,

IS SUPER-FAST AND I I was seriously burned recently. A wedding of interest to a 4 :
is some better .at this time, j wide circle of friends:: is that'

,.,; Your whole family will love,the modern-day comfort and I but her condition is still ser- : of Mrs. Bernice Garrett, Wfr

convenience of a flamelesa Electric Water Heater. No wait- + ---H ious and she will be in the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Yr' _

-:' ing, no worry..you'll always have lots of hot water a Z4 Bradford County Hospital for Doss Higginbothan of Max- '' F'k
I 4i some time. i ville, to James Hall Stricklandof
a hurry, as fast as you can use it. I Gainesville
Q i Robert Cain of Key West Naval Air Sta- LL
Only an Electric Water Heater is flamelesa, fumdea and was home for' a while Saturday : tion. The couple were married : a -

odorless, so no flue or vent is required. The heat is sealed visiting" his mother, Mrs. en Saturday March 3, at the ,I

D m..none is wasted lima Cain. i, home of the bride's parents, :
the flue. This
up spells ECONOMY I
This man b dokfel btcovit Mrs. Thelma Dyal was visit-1 by a Notary Public of Jacksonville (i Durwood McDonell Rev. C. E. FolsomFirst

.t. There is no open flame or constant-burning pilot flame. to I I ing her mother Mrs. Minnie ,' in the presene of relatives -I

worry about.The outer shell is cool to thetouch oil etcr.An a. He's down to his last dollar!! Crenshaw- in Gainesville last I and friends. i' Methodist, Vero Beach Anthony Methodist Church

$ Electric Water Heater can be installed anywhereyoa want it.It's b.t He's down to his last Polo Friday. !i Following the ceremony a'
Richard Cain has accepted reception was held at the EVANGELIST SONG LEADER
the kind Poney j
l' only that gives priceless of mind..th I
peace employment at the State : home of Mr. and Mrs. mg-
only water heater that's as clean and noiseless as a light buB,. Youngsters are as active,, asj Theatre in Gainesville.Charlie ginbothan. After the couple i j
treadmill Bel
centipedes on a
If you're building or remodelmg..cr just plain need a new water heater sure that they get plenty of} Frazier of Miami'was left cn a wedding trip toi i
a weekend visitor of his ; points of inertest in South : 3 SERVICES DAILY MON. THRU FRI.
.. the -
t .see new super-fast, supewsfe FLAMELESS ELECTRIC models I rgy-fffring food at meal i ilime. parents Mr. and Mrs. C. J. I Florida. ;

at your appliance dealer, plumber, or electrical contractor. Heating water Our fresh rich milk,,; Frazier. I j Little Miss Cathy Cannon '

;. electrically is the smartest way today-tomorrow the only way. Jacks all the n SaJ'1itai: Mr. and Mrs. P. Starling of :' spent the weekend with Miss'

i I., I ruins to refuel your small fry Gainesville was visiting rela- j Minnie Hargroves. : 7:30 A. M. 10:00 A. M. 7:30 P. M.
for another day. Serve it often. '
........S..1....................1...... i ) tives here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bun Griffis
. Rev. C. L. Redding of Rai- and daughter Karen, Mr. and '
. A FLAMELESS ELECTRIC WATER HEATER IS ford filled his regular appointment Mrs. Henry Griffis and family :
Provided All
INCLUDED IN EVERY MEDALLION 1a..a.a. Nursery at Sery/ces'
. HOME ( $$4 at both services in I, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack'''

: ......... the Baptist Church last Sun- Abrams and daughter Ida, : '

. i 1 iay. Our Sunday School en- : went bowling in Jacksonville YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED .
. A % ,
flamele&s Id
rollment is up, but attendance : Friday night. .

y .Mrrs CHCAPfK.TOOI / t I has been down lately, due to iso j I Joe Ellis has returned home .; ,>

much sickness. It is sad from a Jacksonville hospital'

: FLORIDA- POWER & LIGHT I COMPANY but 'true 'that when seven out after undergoing minor surg- John R. Brabham Pastor .

\. HflPIMS BUILD ftOKIM of one family are sick, it is ery He has to go back for
l bound to tell on the attend- treatments.

t \ ance. Those visiting the John .
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'.- r < Ants Fleas, Roaches, Ticks I Clothes Moths, Spiders i . very. DIAL '_ 4 ...

' ;,; unsanitary and disease ecrrying fntects, should be destroyed ? i i iI

t a',y "immdiGtely" for the of and .
. ry : protection your family propr,3.,; k I

-. t; <-, -' ty. Cnn :forida Pest Control; .end CfHwical Company without '" : .

. { ,. ti delay. Place your pest control problems in the hands of a :: *. 539

: graduate entomologist r .. 6J if t East Street.Call ;

, ""'"' AND CHEMICAL CO. '

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