Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 22, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:01228
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I BiQody Weekend On Bradford Highways

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: ; i rash of seven automobile accidents occurred in

: Bradford County last weekend four of them Sunday

I t'1 after a quiet month during which Florida Highway.

Patrolman L. N. Fowler said he "had not worked so

( ( much as a fender scraping.", .
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LAW officers considered the

,11 :i 1 i Dead 1 Injured in wreck the victims fact that lucky only however one waskilled

__._ 4\ and one seriously injuredin

/ ______ ___ __ __ ___ __ __ the seven mishaps, eachof

I II In Speeding Car which could be classified as

1L 1Lj : serious. Mrs. Jeanette Peacock
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I : i j Wilkerson 24, of Gainesville
l j ;- 1_ z Near BrookerOne received fatal injuries Sunday

night in a single-car accidentnear
i f S
11 I Brooker and Mrs. Carlton
_ Chastain Bradford County is
4 ,
Smashed Cars Scattered automobile accident
Like Tenpins{ recoveringlfrom! serious rib and
ed to another Sunday
shoulder injuries;received as an
r --- _. night as one woman was incidental
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killed near Brooker and
Wrecked car rests on its top at scene of fatal accident Sunday night. (Photo Auto owned by Mrs. Emma Hill pictured after \ Tourist car figuring in Lawtey accident Sunday other injured seriously in an-a mishap.

t I by-Deputy Russell Redding). Lawtey collision. I\\, morning. second'mishap in Starke resulting -when Mrs.another Chastain car was, driven Injured by

directly from the
Alfred David Jernigan, 26, High
I COUNTY --- II2Ji' I- -' -' first. Springs, ran a stop sign on his
:Mrs. Jeanette Peacock Wil-
way to the Bradford County
kerson of Gainesville was deadon
Hospital with a victim from the
BRADFORD arrival at the Bradford

::1 }f. .. County Hospital Sunday night! wreck at Brooker.
Five persons, all of New Haven
;: following a single car accidenton
Conn., were injured Sunday -
S. R. 18 just east of Brook
I none seriously, when their
d er in front the Clyde Cone res-
( Official County Publication Established In 1879 1962 Chevrolet rammed into tne
The victim was slung
1958 Chevrolet driven by Mrs.
t!; t!J."OLUlIE EIGHTY-THREE STARKE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. MAR. 22. 1962 NUMBER THIRTY-EIGHT from a car which, going 85 Emma Pearce Hill, 71, of Law-
mph, according to Highway
tey. Mrs. Hill was chargedwith
Patrolman L. N. Fowler, failed
i' 'I In Trustee Tussle Water, Sewer Installation to negotiate a curve with"slow" failure to yield rightofway -
in Lawtey as she turned
and 25 mph" signs
left off U. S. 301 into the path
posted on it. Burnell Dyal, 23,
Starke Board Tentatively Accepts of Starke, is under $5,000 bondin of the Connecticut car. She wac
not injured even though impactof
CoOp Voting Heavy the Bradford
Labor camp workers survey damaged car after County jail ,the collision turned her auomobile -
Heilbronn smashup. Moore car is seen in ditch in charged with driving while in-
I II i completely around in
., $$58,791.90 Bid On 301 SouthStarke's background. Fowler toxicated said.and manslaughter, the road. .

-- -j Injured in the 10:45: .!''.. mis-
At press time Thursday, : Plans The patrolman said he
I : the votes were in the ballot : -I City council Tues Mrs. Scholl says, will pay Tuesday thought the woman was crushed hap were Peter S. Huzar, IS,
driver of the 1962 Chevrolet
box, but still to be counted day night tentatively accepted one-half of 80 per cent of the beneath the 1956 Oldsmo- .,
Jayne Ann Numziante, 18, V!!
J In Clay Electric Co-op's the low bid of $58,791.90 cost of the siren, or about Pay Hikes Given Starke bile hardtop as it skidded 200 '
: erie Lee Moote 17, Mae Num
I showdown trustee election- from Smith-Sweger Con- $900, if it can be used as a feet off the road and then roll
t ziante, 47, and Larry Huzar
first real Donnybrook In the s- tracting Company of Clearwater CD warning system. Fire ed end-over-end for another 104

usually organization's 25-year ._ } k to install water and Chief R. C. "Red" Buford Street, Light DepartmentsStarke's feet before stopping headed in The 43, all driver of was New admitted Haven, to Conn.the

: history. sewer lines under the new was instructed to look into the opposite direction to whichit
Bradford and
I County Hospital
With no holds barred and U. S. 301 south.Conditions the matter and see what city council Tues- police departments.: The city had been traveling.A .
I held over Sunday night but the
I J few punches pulled two "on final acceptance type of siren would be best day night announced pay Increases clerk's office, meter readers second woman, Mrs. Carl- rest were released after treat

young and aggressive "new- of the bid was that suited. The present siren I for the 20 employeesin and natural gas departmenthave ton Chastain of Bradford Coun- ment in the room

blood" candidates have wag- the company provide a suit- Light Plant Supt. Merrill the street and electrical gotten no increase.Of ty, was hopitalized with serious Both of the emergency other accidents

II 1 ed an all-out campaign to able list of references on Dees reported, is completelyworn plant departments. the new hikes Mayor injuries received in a second
pay occurring Sunday happened just
places where they have con- I out.Heard wreck in Starke when the car
unseat long-time
manage- Moving quietly and with. Randal Chitty said after 12 p.m. One occurred just
J I ment-blessed incumbents. tracted,jobs in the past. The a request from the 'little fanfare until their plans I "There Is only one thing I in which she was riding was north of the Highway Patrol l
also includes hit. by an auto driven by Alfred -
Attendance at the meeting bid price a Bradford; County Library were announced Tuesday want to know, 'where are Station on U. S. 301 at 12:r'j

had topped 3.000: at noon complete list of materials Board for land on which to night at the regular council I they going to get the money David Jernigan 28, ol pjn. in which Axe Arthur

Thursday setting a new recOrd I: -,- needed for :the <-job ,but the .erect, ji new building. The meeting the' ,board; ,m ted :' That' has never been<< High Springs. Jernigan was I:, Malmgren 74 of Keyvte.'t

for this aKhual'ev&lE:.' :1 ;city r serveQ the,right'uVtfie': board had reque.sttd'L the;r out raises ranging from, $!.56. satisfactorily explained to rushing to the-Bradfon Count} Heights- ,"was Charged with vi: -

b14.spec1iicatons to buy all donate the vacant lot week,- for some laborers, Hospital with Dyal, who had ap lation of right-of-way
The big ,trustee furor i city per him, the mayor stated. ; : e\tn
-. ---------- materials" Itself, "if 'money adjacent city hall'for .to $12.50 to "General parently missed ,the".ambulance! his ,automobile / 't
started February ,2 with the i -I to per week, The, raises gtven 'the fire which: carried the in though was n!

r dismissal\ of Co-op e't. Baker Jennings ,ca.i} be,,saved.. their building but was told '.Light Plant_ Superintendent and.'police' departments were passengers hit.
his to
car hospital.. .
p.' Anthony tTonyl. Baker. *-. Council Chairman ,J. D. that space would some day Merrill Dees. Dees accounted for by decreases 'In' Malmgrenv going north (1
Mrs. Chastain is still in the
/, on charges of "insubordina *, 'Haven't we met before?' Doyle stated..tbat he thought be needed for expansion of was' raised from $102.50 personnel, Chitty said. City hospital with fractured ribs U. S. 501 past the. 301 Res-.

't. tion" and "flagrant viola. the city might save as muchas the city government.The weekly to $115 while Street Clerk Merrill Edwards said and an injured shoulder.She taurant'suddenly decided to

; tion" of empl yee-cond: .District 1 trustee candidates, pictured at recent meeting, ;lOper, cent if it bought two boards also dis- Superintendent S. R. Hicks there had recently been a was traveling right southeast on turn around on ,the four lane

No. 76. still manage to smile and shake hands despite torrid election. the materials itself, counting donating the north- got a $5 per week increaseto highway and( eat lunch at the
t policy cussed two man cut in the street department S. R. 100 !Sunday night with her
l announcedas cash payments -for .all items directly across $107.50. The increases go restaurant. According to Pa-
promptly west corner, but he knew of no husband and young son whenJernigan's
k a candidate for District 1 Commission and a three per cent discount from the county jail, of the into effect next week. personnel changes in 'the car ran a stop sign trolman Fowler Malmgren
School Board Races for. not having to pay turned left into the of oncoming -
to S. for According to Council Chair- .
trustee in opposition Pratt Street Playground light plant. The street department on Thompson Street and crashed
Bryan Jennings of Middle- state sales tax. the building but no definite man J. D. Doyle "each department has six employeesand into the right side of the. traffic, saw he was

burg. Declaring that Clay The s n th-Sweger bid was decision was reached. of the city will be the light plant 14, not Chastain, automobile. Mrs.I about to be hit and wheeled
J Interest In below the nearest into the entrance of a motel to
Electric rates could be reduced -. Spark May PrimaryTwo $8,407.28 G at $67- I Set a special meeting next considered before we are counting meter readers who Chastain's husband and son I
competitor, Square avoid a collision.
to consumers, Baker Tuesday at 6 p. m. to con- through. Just last month, were not included in the were not Injured.
other companiesalso Another however ForJ
199.18. Two car, a
said his candidacy was basedon at the regular meeting on hikes. '
county commission races 1 hopefuls are bidding for the submitted bids of $85- sult with insurance repre- pay Jernigan was found guilty of Falcon driven by Hampton
a desire to give the board sentatives about the rising February 6, the council meted Street department laborers .
i!and one school board contest seat to be vacated by Mrs. E. 715.25 and $94,555.85.The running a stop sign in Mayor's Marshal William Marvin PhilLips
benefit of his 12 years' experience of to the city.,I out raises to the fire and and truck drivers were rais- :
in Co-op operations.In will provide most of the interest L. Crawford, who did not offer V .low bid of $58,791.90was cost---- -- coverage- Court Monday and fined $37.50. slammed on brakes and

a in the forthcoming :May :for re-election. Qualified as also the only bid which ed $5 per week, from $57.50to Not one of the five occupants 'veered sharply to the left to

other circles however primaries for voters of Brad- candidates in this! race are: came close to the "some- 42-40 EdgeLawiey $62.50. Mechanics and of the Dyal car, which crashed.avoid colliding with Maungreo.

Baker's candidacy was inter- ford County. In three other Ewell Lawson and George W. where in the neighborhoodof : dragline operators will receive near Brooker at 7:10: p.m. Sun. 'In the meantime a 1960 Cadillac]

preted as a challenge to pre- races. (one commission district, Roberts Jr., Starke businessmen $60,000" the city expectedto Wrests City Cage Title I $75, a $2.50 raise. day night, was injured serious. driven by Louis Spizzirro, 61, of

.- sent management. Clay Electric and "two school districts] incumbents and Marklee Starling and< spend. Power plant operatorswere ly, except the woman who died. Largo, Fla. waj in the pro-

I manager A. G. LoudonIs went unchallenged.The A. B. Whitehead, farmer-cat- In other matters Tuesdaythe From Grasp Of Favored Profs all raised to $70 per Dyal, who was driving, and cess of passing Phillips. The

elected annually by the of candi- Ut>men. council: week from $62.50 and $65 JoAnn Beckett, 22, of Starke Cadillac, although its brakes

board of trustees, and has dates largest attracted group to the wide- In District 4 (HamptonGraham Heard a report from Mrs.C. and laborers from $52.56 to who received a laceration of the were applied skidded into left

held the Job for 22 ,ears. District was 2 (N. Starke) ), incumbent Jessie R. L. Scholl, Bradford Coun- Lawtey upset the Professors two free throws to 40-39 put me for $57.50. The line crew received scalp, were admitted to the side of Phillips car. No one wu
to Professors
42-40 Monday night
During this time the giant % Chastain is opposed by J. A. ty Civil Defense director raises ranging from Bradford County Hospital Sun injured in the mishap, how-
to be commission post, where four 'take the Bradford County the first time. I.
cooperative has grown i (R. G.) Griffis of Graham. who. said it should be possible $2.50 to $10 per week and day night,but released Monday.

the largest combined unit in No contest developed in Dis- to purchase a fire siren and championship game. Both teams exchanged will be making $75 per week. Walter Tomlinson, 30, and Arthur ever.There were also no injuriesin
18S'llcons I' led 15-8 at the i shots at each others basket
the southeast, serving 1 trict 3 (S. Starke), where I I CD warning system through Lawtey Purchasing Agent Calvin Robert Alvarez, 28, ownerof the remaining mishap at
Flats 26-14 at then Eunice hit a
6,993 and and
in 12 first quarter
D1ers Commissioner Jerome Johns, Civil Defense channels. To Parham was also increased the car, received treatment 12:10 Sunday when a 1950 Ford,
with 4,000 miles of distribution : BerrieslSold the half due to some accurate foot 'shot to put Lawtey Charles Oakley Kern
in driven
Of appointed to fill an unexpiredterm be bought through CD how Bates from $77.50 to $80 per week. hospital's emergencyroom by
100 miles of transmission shooting by Danny ahead 41-40. John
and did not draw opposition. ever the siren must have a Only person left out in the but were released. !per, Tallahassee, collided with
lines. The, system During Week Phillips who scored nine was founled and sank a free
1955 Ford driven
other than the rear a
sound Light When the skidded
different two departments was Dyal car
capital invest- One School Board contest;developed points in the first two throw to make it 42-40.
comprises a whistleto quart- John William Valo, Jackson.
fire by
blasts "from the Plant Superintendent Zane and turned over and over
1 Lawtey
ment of 'approximately $14- Bradford County growers in District ( ) Hugh Ingram made a des- latter slowed
warn of nuclear attack, ers.At Brooks who was recently pro- for 304 feet Sunday night it vill when the
strawber- where incumbent chairman of basket
sold 6,993 flats of shot at the
the end of three quarters .perate
000.000. estimated down to look for a road lead
Scholl .said.. She that under to rest 25
1 Mrs. moted to position came just past a
ries through the Starke mark the board, Dan W. Starling, is Lawtey led 33-22 and the ,with seconds to go and miss-
Another,strong challenge to t during the week, March opposed by Othma J. Gorman.: 'a siren with three different Dees on the condition that he mph sign posted on the curve,, ing to a family reunion.
Professors made their bid in
old-line trustees arose in : signals, one for fire ed.Jim would not seek a raise for a Fowler said. The patrolmanalso mishap occurred at the Intersection
!. _13-20 with a return to growers Unopposed in their bids for the fourth quarter by closingthe Temple was high scor- of S. R. 100 and second
District 9 Fort McCoy- .area alarms, another for an attack 14 period of two years. stated that "the curve can
of 2402254. Average re-election are incumbents to 39-38 with one er for the Professors with
which leads to
JJor- "
John aryS.R.255
where incumbent signal, and a third to be easily negotiated at 60 mph.
opposedby price per flat was $3.43. Ethan A. Sapp, District 3, and minute to go. Akridge was points while Danny Phillips Brooker. Kemper'a car was a
vigorously would
ka was announce all-clear. The three men and two women
35-year-old farmer-real- So far this season 16,240 H. A. Lawson, District 5. cost 'the city 1800. fouled by Lawtey and madek had 12 for Lawtey. Houston Corp. in the Dyal car had left the total loss while Valo's 1955

(Continued on Page 6) flats have been sold throughthe ). A. J. Thomas Jr. was The federal government. -.'. '--J. : .'. _.......!f.. Changes Name Azalea Drive-In south of Starke Ford had approximately $200
'market, for a total return likewise unopposed in his bid tj t- -: "'- ,';,ltt < and were headed to Spangs, an- damage to its left rear end.

of $49,737.47. Averagefor for re-election to the House of :; !':: :Management of the Hous- .other drive-in in Alachua Two other accidents also occurred

HAVE FUN! the season is $3.06. Representatives. B & E Attempted ton Texas Gas &: Oil Corp- County southeast of Brooker. late Saturday afternoon

.Prices .strengthened. Tuesday -' In the Congressional contest t ; .. oration has announced that Dyal told officers that he "had one at Heilbronn Springs and

American Legion with some berries selling which will also be on the May By ExConvictAn : the gas pipeline firm's name four or five beers" when ques- the other near Keystone

GroundsFridayMarch 'as high as $3.90 per flat. 8 ballot,Incumbent Rep.D.'R.' -- has been changed to Florida tioned. Fowler said tests are Heights in opposite sides of

23, Tuesday's average was $3.77. (Billy) Matthews of Gainesvilleis i ex-co vict"/justreleased'from $ 'r Gas Transmission Co.,. effective being made on a sample of the county.

opposed byDr. .John A. Marcello :..- ,the State Prison'. at Rat I March 17. Dyal's blood to determine Its The Heilbronn mishap, In

\ of Lake ford last week, ,went'on a I maintainsits which no one was injured occurred
FUNDAY RIDES Lawtey Negro City. 'The company alcohol content, but that the
drunken binge last Fridayafternon three miles west of
l I central offices in St. Pet- sample was not taken until over '
Wounds Self and attempted toenter'the'home.of l Starke on S. R. 100 when Mrs.
Jungleland 'Askea.1: ersburg, from where It directs three hours after the accident
With Pistol BHS Band. .Mrs. Vergie the operational functions -1 1I Nelson Moore stopped on the
Elephant Train Bowl arksfcale on East Jackson I road to pick a rider Robert
To 1,800
Orange of approximately
I Street. j Marine Tanks ,Hardy King. Just as King was
t A Lawt y Negro Robert miles of underground pipe- 1.
FREE ACTS! f Austin.* 36, was shot accidentally The Bradford: High Schoo A ''neighborCharles!; Jen- | line. Of this.total. 1,500 miles To Use Blanding getting into the Moore car it

in. the left thigh' last week Band has received an invitation kinswho lives near Mrs. ; are located ta Florida. In was struck from behind by a

Sponsored By 'while cleaning a '.25 calibei at attend the King Orange: Barksdale, saw the inan trying order to pump gas throughthis Range To: TrainA carload of laborers staying at

American Legion : :pistol Deputy .Sheriff Willard Parade in Miami next New to open: ,the, screen door i ito' 1! network, the companyhas Marine Reserve companyout the Bradford Labor Camp near
Elden the front porch and called I Heflbrorm.
Williams .said"Tuesday.. Years, Band Director stations
Post.56 ,' ;: ::AustnvSbld 'the deputy' he Mathews announced, this week. the police. Police -Chief WU-| district measurement compressor offices of Jacksonville has been Rosano .Justfliano, driver of
given permission to use the
Lieutenant laborers 1953 told
nd ; the Mercury
liam Rosser :> :
the of The Orange Parade is and radio installations -'
:was sitting on edge a King warehouses tank driving range at Camp
L. N. Fowler that
Overstreet and Deputy 1FHP Trooper
the I a of the Orange Bowl Billy i.k located throughout -
bed while cleaning pistol. part
Blanding for

This' Space Contributed 1 Sheriff Doiph Reddish an con- "pU1'poses ,he wu passing another car and
,When he finished the job he; Festival. It is covered for two the state. One of the for a period of several
Weekly to hibficize I placed the gun on a pile of and a half hours on ABC Television 'vetged..on.thtcscene'.and,. : subdued U HI compressor'stations is located weekends.Six I was forced to suddenly turn
: back lane to avoida
; 'ftie" violent .prisoner Into his own
books a table adjacan: to I north of Brooker In !
on just
Community Events by who said he amphibious tanks will collision. He said he did not
jlugh Sanghrar, wrested the
the :bed. The pistol slid off the The invitation also includesthe Shown above is tne rawrey cage team which : Bradford County. \
time for aggravated be used in the training see Mrs. Moore's car stopped
served -
had '
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; The Community ., books_hesaid.hltthetable_ Orange Bowl game. Plans .assault. Starke basketball championship from the hands, of the favored The new name was: adopted which started the weekend of." road until it was too late

and1 went off"s dl gabuUet are being made by the Brad I The ex-convict has been Professors. From IrE: Danny Phillips, Emory'Buddy Eunice,p because "it is descriptive March 17. Around 75 Marine reserves ,\even to apply brakes.

State Bank 1 I,into Austin's left .thigh. Just ford Band Parents to raise charged with resisting arrest Parrish (with ball), Tom Tatum (with trophy), John i of the company's product and are expected to take I justfliano was charged with!

-- five '1nches above the knee money for the trip. and threatening officers. Bates, and Bill DUon. sales area" official gald. part In the emc1se8.11 [Ccr-'tUD 011 Pajb IbJa

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Mrs.'Charles Fields of Jacksonville -f' Chicken Supper Edmond Johnson Et Al James E ileRae Cl>de Hersey Widow's and or disability:
I I Edgar Williams Mary Ann Smith James E. Dyal I II
underw i..) surgery VIWr Lizzie Williams Est Carl L. JohnsB. William H. Lewis I Mrs Hanie MoLt
last, Friday in. SU Vincent's tAt Pine Hill Fred SmithW. F. Hall Ralph D. Morton I' H. L. Hough
I Hospital : ) : R. Dixon ..1.V.. Thomas Angust Kellman Josephine!' EUerson
jj Methodist Church Esaw Bright, Jr. Roy E. Williams Thomas D Elmore Jennie CoUngton
Mrs. Douglas Hardy is a i .I Daniel Bright .. 'J Robert Myrick Dave HendersonB. :Mrs Emma Murrhee

medical patient in Bradford' e 11::1 i A chicken supper will be ; Collie Roosevelt Griffis Bright r>a\id Gunter Lewis. J. Cooper NelsonJack'F :\Ianp V zua.lone Mack.
Dinah .
Tyson .
GLADYS I IL' : ;Mi I- '". Manire
MOOTY County Hospital. Leon R. Allen Miller Si' :' "
_- PHONE 9640631Mr. held at the Pine Hill Congregational Coiner D. Edwards ":- .
F k: R. Starling John S. Niles! :':hllg .Is'k.on ,
entered .
-. 4. N. Holliday Methodist phurch : Peach Crawford Fred, GUY Jones. Est.Fsfie .
Bradford Hospital '-. .., Lee Purdue
County Don Hugh Crawford -
f ori
and Mrs. Charles' Meis- I Brownlee Road, starting Pertha Orp en -
.Mrs. Julia Poster of Yorkshire for observation and Doral Hamilton et al -
ter 'Orlando were*Bunday ',-,England;- former Starke" Tuesday atment.. I at 7:30: p. nu Saturday, I I Lucile Davis "<- James TTlvsee Reason' Clark -

a dinner guests of Mr. aiid( 'Mrs. resident, arrived here Tuesday I March 31. Adults $1, children Mariie William Davis J. Faulkner '". l.ponlll'1Y.. Moore -
Miss Maude Sewell returnedto ; I II I t -
I : E. L. Matthews: and family. for an indefinite visit with her home in Tallapoosa, 50 cents. Proceeds will ;[;' Vasco Underhill Vrs T. neenia: W A.Smith Colley Est.

a Among l I be.. used for benefit of the It i, J. E. Parrymore p. F. GoolsbyT"dward -
Mrs. ,
Gladys Weld -
Jhose attending the .n, and Ga. 'lasfc week after four Merton Griffis Blake JacksoiL
:: "Holiday on lce' Show at the friends. church. Billy L Hagan I p"t" drv Lee '
months' visit with Mr. and I I I Lue Vesse! Davis -
Coliseum in Jacksonville Mrs. X. M.,Smith and I Thplmst :Harris -i. -
: : over 1 par- Mrs. W. B. Sewell. y : I Mrs. 'Merrill Prevatt : T.. F. Gi1", snn
: the weekend were ents: Mr. 'and Mrs. Jerry Men's i Otis E. Leach '
: MJss Mrs. Desta Dyal and Mrs. Softball Fiord Stewart. -
I ..., Madge Middleton, Miss Mary Bolden of Santa Fe'Lake were G. L. Fafber of the BPW pub luting'Set! i I, Merrill. F. Griffis PrevattB. -_':. .' I ,William T,' *. Lee Lane*--\ RESTAURANTFeaturing '

. Agnes Matthews, Bobby 'f..erII in Douglas, pa. last week vis attended tie'Economic 'Seminar I'I John C. T. McCrary Diggs : T.'i-db. j.ane -

I guson, Mrs. V. R. Ferguson iting Mrs." Even's mother of the General ExtensionWvision 1' For. Tonight I Raymond-Crews ", i,3' ;, I ."madwav TOO Frasier' Haines the Finest in .

:. Mrs.: John, ,M. Miller, Miss Mrs. T. 'E.f' paves, who IS fli, at U.:'of F. last Sat I I Howard Shelbert Crews T'tia Mae Perry -

,Kathy .StratjC: Shirley! Mp'rrisbn. ''Mr. and Mrs. 'E. E.1: Tanner urday. A Men's ,Softball meeting Daisy piggsPurvis Rosier (rthel"E'm A.A. Grif'isDouberly Rick -- & DessertsSUNDAY'S

a Buddy Noegel, Mr. and and grandchildren!. !l Pam arid. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining'I will be held at 7:30: p. I 'Griffis' '-a54'n Fo'svthohert :: Home Cooked Meals, '

}. fS.' George Kaufmann.. and beth Chapman!! Mr. and_ Mrs. were hi Valdosta.i Ga. Tuesday i: tonight [Thursday! at m'l I Bruie Ernest'Dell yson' Hqil'tpn
T.ennar1 n.
family,, Mr. and Mrs. C. 'H. Tanner Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Elliott; Treon SPECIAL!
e \ visiting "ids sister, ;Mrs... Pratt ,Street Playground. All I j.: P KI"khl d )
, Mrs:! Wi'N. Gerald Hicks joined Mr. andMrsT I Jfack'Leohard "lifle E HamerTfarper
S Naswprthy, ; : North, t' .. .. ,. ''J.: W. Timm rman, who. is managers' must attend, thismeeting St pbeflDeSue Est ('I""f'n'p
U Mrs.: E. F. ililes' and.. Dr. and A. W.: Chapman! of Columbus confined in'a' hospital. i if they plan to en-. Ji-huT' Al cummings J'...hn A. IfIorapv I SALAD

: Mrs. C._ J. Hoiipt. l Ga. in Moultrie, Ga. ter Dan Itankerson'5 tnen Hall Pineappleor
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lawson a team in the league.: Herbert 'A.- Green ..': Cottage Cheese and
on Saturday for a family pic and family were in Au- rkryi f E. 'dege'' .:., T:aT' < el: phn-P LoperTI Perfection Salad
;' -
HOfF.i TF.\DJmS TH IT" HAVE Daisy Thompson W. 'n. 'Maxwell
.. nic.Mrs.. Sale burndale Sunday visiting Mr. 'I < \OT SIGNED FOR \WQ *" mel -Hfghtower T), H: Crawford Complete Meal
Guy and Mrs. and >Efne B 'Wbotl'ft .
and Mrs. David Lawson Below is the ]ist of Homesteaders rWl'parraji
E. L. Mattlews} attended a tea Lawson 'remained who have not filed a Ltbrd'Atdrl'dgf. William. H. Hall'DELIVER $35
relatives. Sonnr renewal Geneva' )4cDMfie \ ENTREES:
application for !!
given by !Mrs. Edwin H. An- .iMjn'e -
with 'his brother and If your name appears on 16t'1 I Berry'Hamp i i
drews. Mrs. S. A. Hussey Jr.I will w'ork'there. lift, YOU will not b< flic-lhlo .' Cohen ,! ME Dumplings
Jeorge Cuffee Fashioned Chicken and
the exemption unle'sy u--brfg. I' Old
and Mrs. B. F. Mizell at the i Mrs. Merrill Struth is con- 'Girl Scouts vour' application to the Tax1 Assessor Queeh: Esther: Green !! FROM FLORIDA of Beef, Natural Gravy
home of the former last Friday I- County Hos- '* Office on or before C. Le ach '.
afternoon in Gainesville fined to Bradford April 1st 1962. Those applying Jack Williams !! PEST CONTROL" Broiled Calf's Liver. Saute Onions
Observe 50thAnniversary
pital for observation and fnr 'thp. 1st, time,,tnustcome' tot SelJ\io"'SIngleton I Steak
I where the announcement, of treatment.Mr. he office In person. William "E.! Flakes j Broiled or Fried Red Snapper
: W. B. :Mizell, Jr. M. G. McMilllanMadie in Iron Skillet)
the Engagement of Miss Nancy! and Mrs. Leroy Adkin- tunior Thomas WilliamsRogers i i \ Southern :Fried Chicken (

C Chancy t4i Harrison to Don McClane was son' of Tallahassee will 'be Girl Scouts Betty Ann Fernie MoodrRaloh lola Little3& Mable.J" Battle t'., .. Choice of
F': Merritt ; i
, ma4e. weekend guests of Sen. and Register, Vicki Frees. Phyllis lack T Parrish ('hariesV.. Bias : Whipped Potatoes, 1 vegetable;
Attending the Mid-Winter ir. L. Johtii. Jr James Buttered Corn,
Charley Lewis'j'j'' Lima Beans,
Mrs. 4or."MrS.'M. Haddock, a R' U1v Mvrick A. R. Green
I Conference of the cOunty Davis in IT., .., ; 1 ',,'f 'j Vasco Hndee I
was' are pictured with part a Ernest EdwardsE. Kenneth M. Struth Pickled Beets
Commissioners Association in : r.f"-I Carl RItch i
Archer over the weekend visIting )t. Lewis
of lilies DESSERTSHome
Jacksonville from Sunday planting day B I-', Hicks R D. Tenly
: 't' her sisters, Miss Mamie honor of the' organization's50th Myrtice Lee Padgett (Clarence Hutcheson \ Cherry or Egg Custard Pie.
:Made Apple,
about this, question: through Tuesday were Sen. Anderson, and Mrs. P E.' Robert P. Lewis Effie Crosby I
Charley E. Johns, and Commissioners Anniversary, now being L C Sap' E. U Manire : Old Fashioned Bread Pudding. Lemon. Sauce,

; *""A Q0% Discount i !in! aut(>)> Jerome Johns, Mrs. Stone.Miss Sandy Faxon of FSU observed. PauH.. B., Whitehead. FaulknerJ. V.Mack L._Knight Lane Jelto. Whipped Cream.

: 1 insurance for Af : The lilies were planted on ..\. Mary N. Bennett Cold
t fhe E. L. Crawford Mrs. Jessie the weekend with her Ray Salazar Coffee or Hot or TeaChef's
spent U. .. Rosa LJggette Est .
the first large island on It r Conner
,DRIVER tM Chastain, Russell Green and '
' t FOWrJ i cousins, Mr. and Mrs. : S. G.. S. 301 North by the Stark Lucian Conner \OJiie PullumA.
i Carl Prevatt. od' John Tyson Est. R. RandolphIda !
.4,great! poes the Charle' > Denmark.!? : Woman's Club, of Leo Mae Sherman S Special
sponsor Desue. Jr.
,Johns Agency allow thi Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vining Jack Edwards McCoy Jefferson
; 1Iand Mrs. A 50-foot bed 01aay Roo e\elt Dell White.
trie troop.
l *:30% "safe driver' discoqn I and children of Deland were attended'f
if I have had no acciden:, Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. anniversary of Mr. and.Mrs- each end of the island in Rodriguez Sallie. & Joe WilliamsJ. THEY'RE DEATHON Tossed Green Salad
? L. D. Vining. H. E. Starling R. Chasteen. Jr.
. a or moving traffic violation I Mrs. Rhonat Sangaree of Jim C. Koon 1, in Waldo. on honor of' the Girl Scout Golden Morris E. StarlingL. W. H. Xollman BUGS! Baked Idaho Potato
:for three '' Sunday. Palms in the H. Outlaw R. A. Green I
at T leasj ? Anniversary. ,
years A. W.
Apalachicola is spending David C Brown Masters j $1.50WEEKDAY
Wednesday to Friday with'Tie Mr. and Mli T.f We background are'i i part f r a Lessie D. Brow Jessie L. Young DIAL
) don and daughter, and Miss Marel E. Rhoden Mrs. Alma Hough
E. ols beautification project
CIzy' sister, Mfs. Ben Rowland and 3.V. ViceMrs' Jlrs. A. H Johns
:: Mr. Rowland. Mr.' Rowlandwas Martha Weldon of Jacksonville sponsored by the Woman's : N. J. Davis H.: V. Knight SPECIALS!
Agency spent 'the weekend with F B. Davis Carl) Johns I
I Club, for improving the islands 9643965Florida LUNCHEONS
released Wednesday from Weldon. E. L. Youngblood James H. Chitty COMPLETE
Gladys of 301 North from K L.
Virgie GriffisN. Thomas
(J PHONE 964-0121 Bradford County Hospital Mrs. J. B.; White is confinedin Starke to Highland. H. StarlingVernon Paul E. Canova, Jr. From 85c $1.25

it 131, S.. Walnut, St. where three weeks he was following confined a heart for Bradford County Hospital Beautification will continue Mack Griffis L. Starling Norman R. V. Chapman E Thomas IncludesChoice of Meat 2 Vegetables,

.. '. attack. after breaking her ankle in a with a 60-foot rosebedto Thelma StarlingEd G.Ernest S. Xewcomb Phillips Prink and'Dessert
fall at her home on Saturday -
be planted in the first E William R Ward
__ I Bishop
Sfrs. J.: E. Taylor' was calledto small island on 301 North. Leon WilkersonH. .Rudolph{ Sink Pest Control! Fresh Home: Made Pies Baked To Take Out

;: 'CROUNDS STARKE"F Waycross, Ga.. Monday by James. D. Baxley S. Sapp James Herbert H.Thomas Ritch ,I and Chemical\ Co. Come See Us Often For Complete'

LEGION ; fhe sudden! death of her James C. Higginbothan William E. Tilley Jr. Meal or Cup of Coffee.U. .
Othma J. Norman :ennard B. Register, Jr. .
mother, Mrs. F. F. Fairley. f 539 E. Call St.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cox Claude I* HilliardC. Dr; A. J.v'Barry I S. 301 N. Temple\ Ave.
IDAY MARCH Misses Jackie Colley" Fer- B. Barbour J. Gordon Wager I
23 and Miss Marlene Griffin of
nandiria and Barbara Colley T*. W tarlin2'Fiait'kliD Walter M. .King I -
Jacksonville ; .
Beach were Sun- Bennett --------
of Gainesville were home for day dinner guests of Mrs. W. Oliver Eugene Pearson. -, 4'; .., .-... .-_- .I'-._. _- _. _

Free Admission to Grounds! the Mis weekend. Velma: : Dixon of Nashville ,B. Mundy.' Miss Jean 'Mundyof Doris Mattie Callie M.West Carter Danson Barden rr

I FSU was also home for the
Tenn. is spending several :Marie J. Allen '

_aiD weeks with her daughter, Mrs. weekend.\' Lucile Robert Kitties Scott TWO
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mat-
Donald Bagwell and family.Mr. Martha -Robinson

ELE W TRAIN and Mrs. Roger W it- hews and'aby'Sunday! guests of Gainesvillewere of :Mr. 1 Cejia'Du'ncanJOyee Lee Walker

.. .. ., acre and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph : Benjamin Finni
! ) and Mrs. qarl RJathews.Mrs. J. W BarberBessleKlng
Harlan of Marlboro.wOhiowere ,
.. ;. .
) "I"W ..,1' "' ,. 1 Sunday visitors of' Rev. W. B. Parks was conina' :\Jaxi -.aftner SOLID i

.' and Mrs. Bob Badgett., ; in Bradford County :Hospital Bertha Smith REASONSW

!. and Mrs. David Wood- from Friday to Monday Nancy Starlingri .
1: Y CQ following;i ':a h art' attack.: It '
: awi ard of polwiibus/Ohio were' ,., C4'. I'' -- '4 t j
Jim David of Los
Angeles, :
'last Friday visitors of Cql.! and iiI' 01r

' : f ;* l ,. \m: ,. Mrs. T- T.. Long.Mrs. Calif.Mrs. was Jerome a guest Johns. of Mr.several,and. HY OU GET ,

Freddie Wattersqri and days last week. IorIU.aTheatre ( LOOK!Used car safes? are booming We nerd good
Miss Joyce'Ward attended the late model used cars to helpmeet spring demands.
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FM 1I... JII'! N _U tournament in Mr. and Mrs. W. F. erlong i We'll trade higher for your car now!
1- state bpwling '
spent Thur'sday' sunday'with !
01 Miami oyer the weekend.

:' j 5 tzwf"' ,' -r-I Mr. arid Mrs. Marcus Bag- relatives' Jacksonville.I
t :
.. tWT- also 'Hol-1
They attended the
.. ; PREI
gett and family of Melbourne YOUR BEST DEAL
t iday on Ice" show and Mrs.
CIRCUS; .TS visited Mr. and Irs. Willi .
Herlong attended stork
1 : Dyal l and family over the 10 1 .
:.., 'f ., : shower. for her granddaughter. 0- -.1s ..
we eke4.CQ1. !
Mrs. Mershon Ritch, on Sat- FRI. & SAT.f f -T_
: '- -' v-"r": -.f-;":-;;::--- .. t ..' .... T. T. Long spent, the I ui'day night.. t, ,

weekend in Miami with Col. SJARCH 22, 23, & 24
.l Mr. and'Mrs. Charles Hardy .ONA
I and Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis. Th,
Professor Professional? and children spent the weekend DOUBLE FETUREL1&c
or 4eis e s are spending sometime
with her mother, Mrs. i
: .
in; Pompano.lliss :
\ I G. E. McGauley in P latka iI iI
... I y'Katherine Wahiwfight I _
I ,Mrs. A. E. McKinney spent I
of FSp'pent the weekend I
I last week with Mrs. J. B. Mil- LOOK!New Font the
I by trtmload from the iowed-under
.. 1 In recent weeks a hot with her" parents, Mr. andMrs. lica'n In'Palatka. I .' 62 FORD NOW I North are coming South. Cold weather'up North mesas

has been II J. R. Wainwright" "Mrs. Herbert Thomas has I I hot buy.for' on Galaxies .'a irHne#< .Falcoas.! ..
.., controversy going Mrs. D. K'McCann of ChiI| ..I- .. 0 Ford Trucka! They're fill priced to move fait

: '. p. on between |he so- : cago,', 111. ,will 'arrive" today "tq j'j befh added" to Dr., Felos' office J .
i t\ | t fir I I Ipend staff. ,
called "r fessiona", several, weeks wjth her : :
'k Friends
will regret to learn
Mrs. W.11 Bfair and : ,. ., -----
: mother; > "' I .f' I j r-, s1LL : .
: I and the self-styled "Professors" 1 of the death of C. C. 1fcA1i1 -
Coburri.Mr .
auntl: :Miss Amy I
1 on March 12 in Biad n-I I t.c_
;. as to who can 'and Mrs- V. O. I
I Bridges ton. He the ADDS UP TO BIG
was father ofRev. } SAVINGS FOR YOU
:.I''. enter' the biggest fish 'in I, were- in Jacksonville. fromSunday'to W. S. McAliley, a former : -igIc j ON FORD DEALER
\ Wednesday visiting I
the North Florida Fishing pastor of the Presbyterian '
-.:. R friends and relatives.Lt. Church,her Funeral services'were'held' I
: Contest. .Torn Long of Fort Ben- D
I-f D
iri Chester! S. C. on ,
... ning, Ga. was home the first March' 16.Burge' ,
i of the week. .1: -PLUS- mtmmI'm .
Searing, son of Mr.andMrs.
I :',' We're definitely' taking, sides in this dispute, : Miss Jane Guy of Gainesville .. Earl B. Searing, wa.| "The'Last Sunset"Starring

=: and we wouldn't! be a Ijit surprised if some rank ,I spent the weekenif' : with l on the dean's list at the Flori. !
her grandmother, Mrs. A. Z,. ,
I :; amateur( fyeat fern both!' I .Adkins.:" .da State University School of;1-' : Rock Hudson and Mt u'

.. Mrs. Mattie Bell Rowe of Music for the past semester. Krk) Douglas.! I OM.THE-SMT! DELIVERY OUT QF STOCK I ANY FORD YOU SELECT
-7 All members of the Bradford EQUIPPED THE WAY YOU WANT inmm !
: But! whether you're a Professor, a Professional, or Jacksonville \\'as'vislti ig her Cartoon I -
County Board of "
:<. an Amateur your best bet on "How to Succeed in parents; Mr. and Mrs'.- G. L. County. r----. .-, ,
mmisSioners attended sesj i "Honorable House Cat'i I I11 .' ... .
; 01
the weekend.Mr. ,.
:4; Fishing.i >yithout, Really Tr.ing"tis to make the Rigby over j sionsof"the State Association -. I -- t
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and Mrs. W. 'N. ,
:.. sporting;: 1! goods Department! at Starke Builders Supplies of Newberry were'Sunday vis: at the George Washington SUN., MON.. & TUES. m ,.

:: your.headquarters for. advice, as }well as equip itors of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. j !week.Hotel in Jacksonville this I I MARCH 25, 26, & 27 I ..

... ment.. <...I&tr Barry on Drew Barry's third. .

-r i>uHh t Jay anniversary. .

' : With balmy spring weather in the is fair Association .
offing.' now. Mrs- W.- S. Slade will visit e

:; t the time t to get your' fishing gear in tip-top shape Mr and .Mrs. Will Slade in To I ee(March, .30.. & .,............I "...
t '
+ *
: aild'get' out there with the Professionals and the I Baxley .Ga.- over- 'the weekend.,
Mr. and Steve r The annual meeting of the : "' ''' ''' Ulddaldai : '
Mrs. W&om
FORD : :r
:- Professors, as well as the Amateurs. ..... PICKUPSI := .;;
of Buffalo, N. Y. were Monday Bradford County Fair Asso- FALCONS!' .... r ,r...._ ....... : JIPIr Mila CIIb...,

: Be enter the i visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W.. H.I ciation will be, held at 7:30 I ...' _,- .
sure; fq Coptest by signing up at our --__ _._ _. .' .
,. Nollman. p.m. Friday. March 30 in --, : .- : .Jf -- --.1.-- ('nl--a-. ., .4...... S t
::;. Store BEFORE you catch, 'that big bass, or it wJll.. i the courthouse.The \- I PRlCmYOIAII'fQU
/- t } Mrs. Dora urton of Atlanta. f Cartoon 't -
5 Not\ Cqunt.! Sign J up !today, -let us bring your equip. I Ga. is visiting her daughter association has received -!I "Honorable .( : : ;;; IIIII! L&:Ja... : lIB ..'f kO '

-. me4 up J fp date f and fh n-Happy Fishing, Mrs. Alice.Anderson.Mr. title to several acres ." l--:I .. 8OS1t 10 ,
of Problem"
property at the Starke I Family
"J and Mrs. Brooks Paulk II

.-.,, ''or La' Cit3T were weekend plans Stat will Farmers be discussed Market at, arid the I I-I .. tvV1f1: 'Ifl; Ii\\ c;) IF1\1I m n fi'm\ R your Enter Winter the Magic Special Mile!'To Prize be Contet eligible when to win you*all come you in hire to pick to do eat M

=' guests'of Mr. and Mrs:! Dave meeting next WED. & THURS.3JARCH !' 'WI' ll lJ(6 \ U lJL! UJ l1 fin out u Official Entry Blank. See fo'Y Ford Dealer for coote*
Friday for _
ruk : '
t Paulk.T : I 'is' & 29 'I- t 0' ." >'oa caa win one of these valuable prizesII1SC2 -
.. permanent fair buildings to ;
..... I Mr.- and Mrs. T. L. McDonald be located on the. site. |! fORD FAUN SO 2MNCH PHILCO COWS I TV SETS, .
"" and'children 'of flirthizigai i Town Without lOt PKILCO S-TBANSISTOS 1.108' ,
The association can obtain ? .
A1 ""'w -: t'i ,4PIty" I _- YOUR PRESENT CAR DOES NOT HAVE TO BE AT' '.D.U. 1
$ fi 0:6: weekend $25,000 in 'FOR TO TRADE NOW -
matching funds Ii j -
"if 1 ,2 : I 0-....... '
Fu sts o| their aunt| Mrs. ::: :
:f I' ,,, ,i from the state if an equal

"; ynum. Perkins. : amount is raised locally. So
r Starring Kirk Douglas
: ,
t Mr.. and Mrs. Lucian F.Th"cmas far, the. association has arranged 'f--

I I ; arid 4augkr.'Donna, to borrow $5,000 from Cartoon, *- TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
mm mm mm4 t
.: ':of Wit' Mevm. iere"re ken'tj' ;he Bradford. County guests of Mr. ai1d Mrs'/R.: il, Authority, but w A ; 4
' : j' .-. Js'itill 206 WEST MADISON St ST4RKE PIIOE :

.____ .,. .... ... .. Andrews. ; ......._ _'* $21X000, short. or its goaL/ T __ 1964.g1
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l'Woman's Club I f fj Beta Sigma Phi 1 Bishop Clark of Perry; a sister,I sons have been forgetting tOI time in order to facilitate the I

l'I j WHAT WHEN "Mrs. Ruth C. Osius of New I renew their driving permits and operation of.his. office.THANK .
t Hears Winner Of ".";:;;: '.. The Beta Sigma Phi sorority York, and five grandchildren. 'requested that they do so on\ -
.; r will hold
I Speaking ContestMiss ii"t.- ;,.,.. ". its annual rush party Mrs. Clark has four sisters
: I Monday night, March 26, atj J living in the Starke area; Mrs

Della Rosenberg, chairI i I 7 p. m. at the home of Miss YOUI
I ', March 26 :Lorenzo Green, Mrs. C. D. Williams -
GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-0651 man of Youth Conservation i, ) Marty Rozier, Kingsley Lake.
'..YEngagement Garden Club, 7:30 p. m., home J Mrs Henrietta Hunt, all
... of the Starke Woman's Club,I I II jof Mrs. Ed Prevatt. of Starke, and Mrs. Irene Johns would like very much to thank the people of

High School PTA Charlene DennisTo had charge of the program at j ,; I' MYF Sub-District annual Services Set f II of Green Cove Springs. I Bradford County for the confidence they have placed

the regular meeting Wednesday' 'banquet, 7:30: p. m., Methodist I in me as County Commissioner, District 3, for
Hears Assessor
Wed Mr. Chesser : Driver LicensesTo
afternoon of last week, and I Fellowship Hall. Friday ForMr. ; having retained me in office without opposition.I .
Thursday, March 29 I ,
Explain Appraisal On April'' 15thMr presented Miss Judy Schleppi, j Be RenewedIf
Girl Scout 50th Anniversiry: Clark 76i will, always, serve you to the best of my abili-
I winner of the County American Tax Assessor Gene banquet, 6:30 Methodist
County : m.,
and Mrs. J. H. Dennis of Legion speaking contest., : _..-:. .. p. i Born In MarchThe ty and your interest will be my interest.
Long explained the uniform -: Fellowship Hall. j i
property appraisal system now.I Starke announce the engagement Miss Schleppi, a junior at'! L- Monday, April 2 j I 1 Drew Jackson Clark, 76 of office Sincerely yours,
requests -
eing used by his office at a' and approaching marriage BBS, chose as her topic "The: t., Junior Woman's Club, 8 p. m., tarke: died in a Jacksonville county judges' born
: that all
eeting of the Bradford High:of their daughter, Charlene I Citizen and his Responsibility. Club House. j,t hospital Tuesday evening following persons March JEROME JOHNS
the month of re
I School PTA held Tuesday nightin Elizabeth, to Willis Elwyn ." The High School glee '.. I OES, 8 p. m., Masonic Tem-:I i!! an extended illness. new their drivers license.

the high school'cafeteria.. club, under the direction of pie. He was born in Mayo, Florida
CheS-j |j T, A. Yawn
ser, son of Mr. and Mrs. County Judge Pd. Pol. Adv.
Mr. Long used film slides to Miss Frances Poe, sang several Tuesday, April 3 iI j i,i Ion July l 29, 1885 the son of they.. ( )
Chesser of Hawthorne.Miss .. _.. I f 'said this week that many per-
show how the system is ap- numbers. -- -- Starke Elementary PTA,late William T. and Janie Bishop ___ __u _____ __
plied to taxable property in Dennis is a graduate of 1 During the business meet- Told meeting, 7:30: p. m., cafetorium.i Clark. Mr. Clark was an

Bradford County, and the uses' Bradford High School, class of I ing, presided over by the pre- Southside Elementary PTA|employee of the United States:

to which the county's tax revenue -' 1959, and is employed by Clay sident, Mrs. D. L. Thomas, Of Miss Harrison I meeting 7:30 p. m., cafetuium.Wednesday Post Office Department for'' Na Advertised

is put.During I the club voted that a mother I Ii i April 4 I many years and was also em-
Electric Co-operative in Key To Donald McClane!
the business meeting, must be a member in good:' i UDC, 3:30: p. m. ployed by the GrahamChapman -,

I Elden Mathews announced that stone Heights.Mr. 'standing of the Junior or j I News Company in Tampa
Mr. and Mrs. T Wade Harrison -
t practice will begin at 7 p. m. Chesser is a 1958 grad:, Senior club for two years before I of Gainesville announce! for several years until his re.

:Monday for the production of uate of ,Melrose High School: her daughter can be selected .'Millard Johns i' tirement in 1960. He was also
the of their daughter -
"Swinging High" which will and is also employed by Clay! for membership in The' engagement I I la lesident of Tampa until I960!Ii
to James
be presented on April 13 by Electric. Little Women's Club. However I Donald, Nancy McClane.Evelyn, son of Mr.!'Services Held i and a member of the Tampa!I

the PTA. Practices will con The wedding will be an event for the ,coming year, a 1 and Mrs. Thomas Kindred Mc:: I He'ghts' :Methodist Church. :

tinue each Monday, Wednesday, of Sunday, April 15, at 3:30p. : mother must be a member for'.Clane Jr. of Gainesville, for-! On MondayMillard I Services will be held Friday!

and Thursday night for the m. in the First Baptist one year only. !merly of Starke. i I ''at 2 p.m. from graveside in:
next three weeks. Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar, finance -
Church Starke.A
of I The bride-elect graduated! L. Johns 71, of Bethel Cemetery near Mayo,:
The nominating committeewas reception will be held after chairman, thanked the from P. K. Yonge High School Starke died Saturday morningin Florida with the Rev. Neal v.'

elected, with Mrs. Olin the ceremony in the recreation various committees and mem- in '1959, and attended Stephens! a Gainesville convalescenthome Vause, pastor of the Mayo I VI TMI II MR. SNEEKERS"Beautiful
White Jr. as chairman, and bers of the Little Women'sClub II
hall of the church. College in Columbia, Mo. She after an extended illness. Methodist Church officiating..: .
Mrs. Joe Warren, and M. A. for helping with the, "Ye
All friends and relatives are is employed' the First Fed Born at New River on, June Burial will be in the family plot
Payne as members. New offi- invited. Old South" dinner. eral Savings and Loan Asso- 6, 1890, he was the son of the under direction of DeWitt C.
cers will be elected at the April Mrs. Guy Sale, membership tff/Li Sheen Cord
i:t ciation in Gainesville.Mr. late Newton and Belle Hen- Jones Funeral Home of Starke.
introduced the following '
meeting chairman, '
1' McClane graduated from dricks Johns. He lived at New Surviving is :Mr. Clark's wife,'
Refreshments were served Lloyd J. Greens visitors: Mrs. Shi
u f P. K. Yonge in 1957 and is attending .River most of his life moving Eunice Dees Clark of Starke;' la Five luscious Colors!
1 by the 7th grade mothers. Smith, Mrs. M. A. Sheppard,
Hosts At Annual the University of Flori-:to Starke in recent years. a daughter, Mrs. Blanche En-j
Mrs. Jimmy.Moore, Mrs. Steve
da. He is a member of the! Mr. Johns was employed asa I glander of Ft. Lauderdale; two
I Brpwnlee Circle Ranch Din er Broadway, Mrs. Denver Dev- Kappa Alpha Order.. I game warden in Bradford sons, Drew J. Clark Jr. nfI A Real
rick, Mrs. Robert Barksdale, i
j. Met Tuesday The wedding will be an eventof County for many years, and in I Tampa and Bill D. Clark of! Carp Value! 299
and Mrs. Walton Grady.
I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd J. Green June 9 in the First Baptist later years had served as a. Cape Canaveral; a brother. L.-:
held their annual get-together Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, direc- I
I The Brownlee Circle of the: Church, Gainesville. p rt-time employee of the
tor'of the Little
at their cattle ranch near
Starke Police He
First Baptist WMU met at t Department.
2:30: at the home Starke last Saturday. gave a report on the D. was a member of the First. 1'liji
p. m. Tuesday I Billy ThompsonHost IeI
The occasion is the annual work of the club and an-
Christian Church. !
of Mrs. E. W. Hayes. Mrs. M,. -
round-up of cattle for vaccination nounced the benefit bridge TMEATp.LSTARKE '
F. Hazen the On Birthday Surviving are his widow
on "How presented to Witness.program ; marking, etc., at which and canasta party held Sat Mrs. Clyde Payne Johns, I FLA. I I'I
time a noon-time spread is enjoyed urday, March 18. The pro-
The devotional b Billy Dean Thompson celebrated Starke; two sons; Freddie' M
was given I FRI.'S AT.
y all those ceeds will be used to beau- .
by participating,
Mrs. Bertha Lang, and Mrs I his 13th birthday anniversary Johns, Gainesville and Milliard I: MARCH 23.24
and their 'families. tify the first island on SR
with a weiner roast L. Johns Jr., New River;:
Jesse Newsome I
closed withprayer. L I. DOUBLE ..
A chicken pilau dinner, with 301 North. .A OOtl ;
The leader, Mrs. and party Saturday night at two daughters, Mrs. CP a
I Carter, presided. Refreshmentwere Maxis I|I all the trimmings, was served Mrs. W. H. Hart, chairmanof I the Thompson home on Highway -I Cowen, Starke; and Miss Louis< ; PANIC

served by the hostess. by Mrs. Green, assisted by Mrs. Library, gave a list of cur- i 16, East. i Johns, Atlanta, Ga.; two brothers .. PLUS- ,

Cleo Hickey of Penney Farms,, rent new books in the library i The St. Patrick's Day theme; Smith Johns, Lake Butler FOX Fire i : MINT GREEN e HONEY BEIGE

THE RIGIIT POINT for the Mrs. E. }of. Prevatt, :Mrs. J. R, and urged members -to read. I was carried out in the green and Wesley Johns, Gaines ;
way you write. Come in and Hixon, and Miss social hour the ; Plus Cartoon WHITE BLACK
Becky Dinkins During the !and white decorations in the ville; four sisters., Mrs. Trub] ;. LILAC

select your favorite ESTER- About 20 persons enjoyed hostesses served refreshments, ,carport where the party was Wynn, Starke; Mrs. Fronii!' SUN MON.-TUES.' PILLOW SOFTNESS

f BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- this occasion. carrying out the St. Patrick's!held.The Moody, Lake Butler; Miss ROSE
GRAPH. Day theme.Masons. 22 young folk enjoyed Johns, Jacksonville; and Mrs.I DOUBLE FEATURE HIU SOlE RCa sneekers. Compare their striking looks, expert con-

games and a twist contest with Denzil Thomas, Floral City. i: The George Raft struction and pillow softness you'd expect to

prizes after the weiner roast. Funeral services were hel<, pay at least a dollar more! Matching stripe on sole.

MillO/ TWOSTATIONS HonoredBy Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Thompson at 3 p. m. Monday in the Firs t t''i Story Complete size range, too, 12Vi to 3 and 4 to 10.

Jr. were assisted in servingand Christian Church with Rev" PLUSI CUSHIONED
OES -- -
ChapterAt WEDGE
TO SERVE YOU i caring for their son's Bob Badgett and Rev.: Frei Gidget

.Monday .Meeting: guests by.another son Donnie Dodd officiating. Burial was i J t

Thompson, and Kay Garbett. the family plot in Crosby Lak Goes Hawaiian Get Set For Warm

Master Masons of Bradford Cemetery under the directioi' Plus Cartoon m

Lodge No. 135, Starke, were Nancy Struth of DeWitt C. Jones Funera 1 I eatherinThese

honored guests at a regular Home. WED THURS.,

Honest oJohn's' meeting of the Starke Chapter. Observes Birthday Active pallbearers were A MARCH 28.29 Smart Stevens Plaids
224, Order of Eastern Star, I J. Thomas Jr., S. G. Denmark DOUBLE FEATURE _

Monday night, March 19, at the Nancy Struth celebrated her. Charles A. Darby, Sen. Charle;?, Breakfast

Masonic Temple. tenth birthday anniversary last E. Johns: J. R .Kelly, and H I

After a short business meet. Friday afternoon with a ham. P. Morgan. At Tiffany'sPLUS Sportswear Sets

ing, Evelyn Honey conduct, burger fry and theatre party THE RIGHT POINT for th;I -
tress, introduced the Masons,,, for a few friends. Sanctuary
: Mrs. Merrill way you write. Come In ant l :.:)
SIDE GULF SERVCE I who were given a warm wet Struth, assisted I
select favorite ESTER I Plus Cartoon 2.99
her your
by daughter
come by the Worthy Matron, Kathy, served I ii ts; BLOUSE. . .
I Nancy and her BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE MONDAY( thru FRIDAY ;,
c.. Madison St. OPEN 7 A. M.: TO 9 P. M. Inez Hamilton. A tribute guests a ham. GRAPH. I OPEN 3:45 P. M.
e burger after which .I
"What we know about the! supper they 5S. t:

f AND Masons," was given by Gladys:s went to the matinee. I I I\ y L
I Green, followed by a courtesy il. ,
Tk Original HONEST JOHN'SOPEN by the Star points as they pre- I I

I sented boutonnieres to the PoliticalAnnouncements I I'I 3..99SlIM.JIMS..3.99
guests. ''I i KNEE TICKLER. .
I' A comedy skit entitled "Op- C1AL
N. Avenue
Temple ,posed to the Stars" was pre- I wn/.1r.
'rented Dorothy Alvarez : ,,

24 HOURS (GJLJ acting the Lodge by as and Brother Arlin Master McKn'ght of FOR coo.vrr DISTRICT COMMISSIONER TWO ;,'I ,I! i/at; 's/ ''j.!";

I as Brother Freddie the Free 1 styled, expertly tailored 'm
Both offering that Good \"vlL I Beautifully
hereby announce candidacy GAL
thrilled my 30
holder. Everyone was creaseresistant -
I for County Commissioner, Sanforized wash 'n wear,
as Arlin, dressed as a farmer, District Two (North Starke) cotton by famous Stevens. Plaids in

'back 30 years ago, told why! I subject to the May primaries. fresh sun-drenched colors. Reinforcedseams
am a native of Bradford HEATERTHE I ,
Brother Freddie was opposed County ahd ; a farmer, cattleman, GAS HOT WATER zipper side. Sizse 8 to 16.
\ to the Stars. taxpayer and have the bestinterest
of the entire county at >
: At the close of the meeting heart. I stand for honest, sincerity r
a social hour was enjoyed. economy In our coun ,
I ty; government and, if elected
I I I will put forth my best efforts METHOD OF HEATING WATER! I
for my district and the county- Ii

Codta\ __ I Stork Shower Given at-large.-\. B. WHITEHEAD. i SLIM JIM5 t

I electric range :For Mrs. Hildebran I- ,

_' ..t KG830't these We M _:I_ :At McRae Home j.I DISTRICT FOUR -
r ring Completely Automatic!
Ii kout.pionttred FIRSTS.: .. ,I c I AW a candidate for County Pedal Pushers and
W'|ie Mirror Oven Door Mrs. Gary Hildebran was Commissioner, Disrict 4, comprising ;
Ftnje Top Storai Stutt' ;honored at a delightful stork'! Theiessa. Hampton and Glass Lined For Longer Life!
Graham .
Fine-Tuning Surface Uaits !shower Tuesday evening given have served(county-this it-Urge) fair I \
Surta Uaife tadOvefttteaton. Knee Ticklers in
ut *
'lul- and WARRANTY! {Q
I by Hiss Charlene Hardy and just to all. and will con- 10 YEAR ;
tinue to do so if re- ler.ted to t
.Miss Carol :McRae at the home this office. 1 am a widow and
'I of the latter on E. Call Street. do not have any other, job to Will Do A Better Job .- Than- 'onderaNew

i'I Spring flowers were used to time interfere to this with important me in giving office.I full. A Flameless Water Heater WillDo

Many More $$34995With :advantage in decorating the thanks would to each like one to express of you my for Twice Its Size! .

!party rooms for the occasin"with voting for me in the past, andI
Features an arrangement of the the would coming appreciate election.your vote in You .Can Pay For It From Your ,
With Trade 95
[ same blossoms centering the Thank $
I lace-covered refreshment table. JESSIE you so R.much CHASTAIX., Utility.Savings! $69. '

't:A pink'and blue motif was carried FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONER WASH 'H ; ,

EARLY BIRDWESTINGHOUSE I''! out in the party appoint- DISTRICT TWO With Any Trade : 299Superbt1 n S

SPECIAL I: ments. Tiny doll favors were i To the Citizens of Bradford .
I'' placed on the center of the County:
I am a candidate for County n
: ['Ij j| cake squares. A tall stork centered -: Commissioner, District Two USED APPLIANCE SALE

_ Ii the gift table. (North Starke) in the Democratic styled, form fitting, creaseresistant -
Primary of May 8. I was
II| Appropriate games were play- born and reared in Bradford Sanforized cotton. Reinforced seams,
CHEST il i i ed during the evening and County, and if you entrust me zipper side. Smart solid colors of cherry,
with this Water Heaters
important office I' '
II! prizes were awarded to the pledge to carry out its duties RangesAS willow, blue or black. Slim-jims in sizes 8 ;J

AND UPRIGHT FREEZERS ] winners. ness with to honesty all. sincerity, and fair- to 18 pedal pushers 10 to 20, and knee-

: Twenty guests were invitedto Your vote and active supportof LOW AS AS LOW ASX25.00 ticklers 8 to 20. Extra sizes 32 to 38 in

: enjoy this lovely affair. appreciated.my candidacywill be greatly I slim-jims and pedal pushers 3.99.

AND YOUR OLD UNIT Georga! "VT. Roberts, Jr.

$$1 0 WILL DELIVER $15.00
I '! GardenClub, FOR SCHOOL BOARD i

.A i! Will Hear AgentMrs. A member of the School R
Board occupies one of the most REFRIGERATOR $40.00LIVE ii SPECIAL SPECIAL JI JIl
DON'TWAIT Josephine McSwine,! important positions in Bradford'
County because the welfare of ,
Home Demonstration Agent ofj j l ii
our children must come first.
Gainesville, will give a talk! Our schools have become "big' E + Boy's Short Sleeve Men's Short Sleeve
," business" and I feel that my': PQ
on "Herbs History and U3 1 C9 MODERNECONOMICALLY
experience qualifies me to help j !
,at the Starke Garden Club. the board get full value for I 1 I

I meeting' Monday"night at 7:30j\I 1 every I wish dollar to spent.express my appreciation {, g i Sport Shirts $$1.00 Sport Shirts $$1.49

:o'clock at the home of Mrs to my friends for !I With The 3IIRACLE.GAS
NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY CO. ,E. T. Prevatt. their support in the past. Your ; 4 .

I| Assisting hostesses will 'bei primaries vote and support will be in appreciated.D. the May, i ry SEPJ FLAME! Wash'nVear 6 to 18 Wash'n'wear S-M-L-1L

412 E. Call St. i I i Mrs. R. F. Young and }[N.,j'j'I "'-. Staring, member I
Board of Public Instruction, I -
t Levona Dawsman. Dist. I, Lawtey. I

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I Ohio Man Charged :, I rtYTTTYTTTYYTYTYYTTTY* day evening. the American Legion Hall. |'i -' -
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Hilliard family during the mony for anyone interested
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V '' ,, week were" Mrs. timier Frigo, Post Commander H. A. Bi- V 1.3* t. -*- u Lawson
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:florida Economy.Wil'Ride' ,A 3J-yearok OUio man, haaj 1 .4 Mrs." Donald' Knight.' *' and I shop Jr. said. "If you have _
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been cbarged with contribut-M daughter,' and Mr. and Mrsv. unserviceable American flags I
;With The Rockets Into Space V : ing to the delinquency of a1' PTA MeetingThe I Allen Staffing of Jacksonville. J and want them ceremoniously v .\ _____________________

minor after he transported an Lawtey PTA met Tuesday Mr.'and Mrs.:Elmer Higginbothamwere
I ; Sylvia Porter is a respected finan- president of General l Development 11-year-old Bradford County, night in the school cafeteria visiting her parents -I the Legion hall that night." Commissioner c : -.
back to his home.
tiaj writer whose column is syndicated Corporation, for' whom the' projectionwas girt i with Mrs. Eugene Pearson V Mr. and'Mri:C.C- Bow-. I r

daily ina nujnber) of daily newspapers made, 'says that: "This confirms According She/iff Willard to,Bradford Williams Deputy the-! presiding. Mrs. R. E. Lee' V ejL;I in Palatka Sunday.Bradford I.- ,, 1 j DIST, 2 :

feh? is usually found on .tHe financial that Florida is on the verge of one of man, Edward Young, has been was appointed chairman of )4t44'c4t, \.\) !i, :I XOTICn TO DEFEND : V. V

pages: but one day recently The Jacksonville the greatest t eras of growth :and progress arrested in Ohio on a warrant the nominating committee I j L&4f *> I In-Circuit County Florida Coin Bradford In ('haoH'r,.. : (County at Large) ,

; Journal elevated her to the that this country has ever seen. issued from here and is in the with ,Mrs. Brewer and Mrs. To Meet 'Monday JOSEPH A. TROTTER. Plaintiff.s. He will work hard and V' V \
Knight members. The
) iop) position( on the front page-and The conquest of space will be to Florida county jail in Youngsto.wni],\ count as by the room 8th !! MARION- T. TROTTER, ':impartially for all Bradford _
was won V _
jfvell it might. like the discovery of oil was to Texas."!Ohio. The young girl left Brad- grade. Brajfoid. Lodge No.: 35: F. ,; to Appear DefenthntNotIce County. fV VV : '

I Miss Porter was writing about the Another; official adds: "Florida's|;ford County with Young Feo-, The program, "Getting to & A'*M. announces. a regular';, t-To:' Marion T. Trotter. whose V. VV\ V "\
26 and returned last residence and address 439
was is:
)'osy future of Florida, and if we did past ten years have been expansive to I ruary :March : Know Your Children." was communication! to be held on']' First Street, Brooklyn 15, Xew (Pd. Pol. .\dULK' \'.) '
Wednesday, '
jnot know her as a responsible, down-to.; an astonishing degree, but the next 1\young's mother. Williams said by.j* presented by Principal Connie Monday, March. 36. at 7:30'j i!i Tork.j You. are hereby notified that LJ'V V

arth financial analyst, we might have ten will make the past, decade look like,!Tuesday that it is possible that} Clark, and included a film, p. mAt this meeting t ,' plans j i a suit for divorce has been filed
in the
against above named
will be develofor a spe- I I you .
"From Ten to Twelve.
uspected her of being moon-struck standing still. j charges of kidnaping or rape I] i I rourt and cause and you are -
On Saturday night, April 7, cial meeting, to'. be' held .on :j: required to serve a copy of your V -
while of the be the -
I ; writing state's forthcoming Comments Miss Porter: "As recently -,may placed against man the following Friday. I i answer or pleading to the complaint 24-HOUR SERVICE
.. "moon! boom" Since ,her: informaJtjpn as.1950, Florida's: economy was baed:when he is returned here later! the PTA will present the magician I on the Plaintiffs Attorneys -
,this week. Le Rae in the sch ol The meeting on Friday, Smith, Axtell & Howell FAST ANDCOURTEOUS
I ; ( in tHe '{past, however( has usually; primarily on. agriculture and tourism,! ; ?16 American; National Bank
| auditorium at 8 p.m. The pUblic March 30, will be preceded AND
Williams said that
Young I Building Jacksonville: 7, Florida -
3 4 $rqved to be 'yell-founded. it behooves and industry'began moving in on ail j met the girl at the Starke is invited. by a fish fry to be served at V and Cilc! >'the original in the

t Call Floridians to take a closer .look"\t' l large scate only a few' years ago. NOW:!i.mentary ,School and went Ele-j directly Refreshments were served 6.30 p. m. All members who office Court of the on Clerk or before of the the Circuit 23- OTTLED GAS *

1 hep rosy predications. Jor the Sunshine almost pyernight, Florida has skipped 1 i to Ohio with her without: at the close of the meetingby are fishermen are asked to day of April 1962: otherwise

$tate. Predictions. we might add, that. practically one whole generation. : I her parents' permission. She is : the room mothers. :. contribute fish. ,| the allegations will be taken of as said confessed ComplAInt '

I !jiave 1 been shared ,with the Governorof manufacturing development and has i in., the fifth grade in school: i i .HOC Open: House T** !I'uby y 111.

Florida,, and-'even,the .'sicentim-.. landed; full bloom in the new ages of:I t tI I j Mrs. A. H. Harley and Mrs. :;,Flag Disposal'V,, This once notice each shall week be for published four- -
V I Sumter Harley held open:, I consecutive' weeks in the BRAD Are in need of New
self. ; I a
scientific propulsion space exploration !Tax Collections: you
V I house for the Home DemonstratiOn i i'Ceremony Set j ji I FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.i THIS WEEK'SSPECIAL
Mjsa Porter bases IMr? .cphjmn ton and rocketry. i this 20 day of March ;
i i Range? Have been
: Total l $335,295 I Club members Monday V j 1962. you
I I sp cifie projections of. what Project "Today, the nabua11ma e of :the. morning. 'The president 1 i i A ceremony .for the dis-1:' H SEAL) : I

I njallo will m an 'to FlArida- ..projections Florida Gold :Coast }Is.'&\\i\\\\ that qf ;a: Collector Says i! Mrs. Hiram Bennett, conduct- ,j posal of unserviceable Amer- Clerk CHARLES of the A.Circuit DARBY Court looking for a Range, But

t that are )made in, a study'jut eoni. resort center, ,but this aHually has' i ed the business meeting and 1 i, lean Flags will be held at 8' By Marian L. Crosby, V you think the Prices are .
pleted for Bradford County'stax 1.961 ; p. m. Tuesday, March 2'?, in Deputy Clerk 30" STANDARD I
thirty-two to ,Mrs. R. E. Lee presented a
.- corporations.Here cpue.metr wlitan' are& such. 'an,, roll is approximately 3-22 4t 4-12 I too High?
( are 'sqn! "if the'' !-stiggringp ; extent that tlje.atijdy snificantly ,empha 86.5 per cent complete with ,! study"The Wise Use of i ii I -c.- I. tl S 5 V

( ;ecasta,: f izes: The re \$, yrtially{! | no uijdq- collections so far totaling i;! Credit." A sandwich luncheon RANGE :

4 + By 197, Apollo writ 'superimpose veloped space remaining 'on the coast- $335,295.27, according to Tax j!i, was served Churches at noon. l BUILDING CONTRAGTIHGof \ -BIG OVEN- LOOK NO MORE V ..
At The
oiV: the ndrmal 1 gmwth pf Florida 'some line, and all future grwtb must go in- Collector J. R. Kelly.The !I
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| Grace Methodist: : Church: .J ... Come in
$6 billion i in additional ,payrolls, .and. knc1. total roll amounts to1 I V '! -'. JUST Today
200,000 highly skilled V 413773.47 Kelly said Tuesday -: School, 9:45: a.mMorning'j of its best.
more jobs'V "So dizzyingly) higH were s me ctfife Worship. 11 a.m. Evening .

This pp> ,. }roJe '$. afijwjjfill &r projections for Floridi'duc l to Aiolo (- of which 22620.95 is1.'I Service, 7:30: p.m. MY each II I pIj1t1EinIt $$12995 And SEE What

in 600,000 additional people and create that First' Rese. or h'$hnits it had tb, taken up by discounts awarded :: Wednesday, 7 'p.m. i ADDITIONS We Have to Offer

the' need.for' $2j5 bilion] in extra housing. rescrutinize them. before"giving. tem forearly payment. ,. First Baptist: Sunday _
Taxpayers have until April *
.. credence. But in the eaa r its conciii-t 1 to pay both real estate and I i; School. 10 ajn.: Morning Worship -:,. V REPAIRS. With. Trade
V It will hike retail sales by $1 billion 11 a.m. BTU 7 p.m. VI S
was : Astonishing! econo.micheights. ,
I personal property taxes without :.; ; Expert and Authority '
commercial V V i Evening Service, 8 p.m. Prayer ,
swell deposits in, e banks ,
and ; : : penalty, Kelly said. After j !I .9
V | each Wednesday.i
III I savings < "V 8
p.mPersonals. Docks and Boat Houses _
bi1Jion.V .
getting ready to, soar wjtk'.the rocket$. one per cent per month will I

By 1970 Florida's' population, could It'would be"well for far-signed businessmen be placed on personal prop- '!! ; S DAY OR NIGHT

I top? 8.5 million. and investors to start preparing erty taxes and a 3% extra ] Friends of Mrs. L. H. Hill ,."- ''' ',--', -" ,-, PHONE .
.I In commenting the .. '"ft charge attached to real estate are pleased to know that she : T S
,, on study, the. .k now for the {;ide. H J. 533.2.072
VVI -.' :- .. ." r payments. When the propertyhas was not seriously hurt in the : _
1 to be advertised for bids automobile accident Sunday i ..'Jol PYROFAX GAS SERVICE
,- -- ..- "ll" "..-'-_..,-_.*
ServiceHeltf the penalty charge will jumpto
; | morning. P.O.110X709
Fanner's three per cent on personal i j Mrs. Leslie Phillips and sons: 'JIM''y RI"CK'S
Diary Wednesday For : 220 N. Temple Ave. Starke Fla. :
property and five per cent on : spent Sunday with her moth- STARKE, FLA. ,

real estate taxes. I in I -
77 Register
RobertWeeks er, Mrs. Byron -
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uy &am Penalties on taxes on real : Dinsmore.Mrs. .
*V I i Robert Albert Weeks. 71,, of estate will take another three j Cora Turner of Boni-H V__ ---- ----- -_- -__

,I other ,of the old tlme' Bradford i I Jacksonville, formerly :' "V of ]per cent hike to eight per cent fay is visiting her son and .i:

.I farmers who has had to Starke, died Tuesday morning in May in.addition to the cost I daughter-in-law! Mr and'1\Irs.
"work'oat" to make a,,living after extended, illness. *' i of a4vertising the property I J M. L. Turner. Mrs. Turner's

because the day of the small Mr. Weeks wasjaorn in Bradford '- -] and the cost of a certificate j i friends are glad to know that H

farmer here* is about e. ,gone. County: ; ,on.'Sspt. 8, J84 on it. i she is at home after several ; Community State Bank

r V t the sOn of the late Williajn T.V S days in Bradford County Hos I

1 See wherfctha H refords ran andj Martha Turner Weeks; He ]HomesteadersAsked, pital. ;
1-2-3 in the FFA Show and
I was a retired naval store* Mr. and Mrs. James Waters
Sate at th Gaines-vill .. To File .
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a'' a member of'the and were dinner guests ,
Here it is more than sons :: : ; ..
month after t.uza1 stock Market last week an4, eqpal Church Masonic ,Lodge, ]For Exemption : of V Mr.,and 'Mrs. Buford Hig: --, ., I

SW ing, time and th$ weather pla&U ha | feag which revenge have on-the been Black having'An- and held life membership in : ginbotham in Maxville Sun-' I :-: 'f Sth rk '
gus {!the Scottish Rite ot Morocco !: .
not warmed up yet. Two mere i \things .their for Body ,A list of 290 V Bradford j day.j 0 e- :
own way a
V light freezes and frosts over\ ,Twple in Jacksonville. County homesteaders who j Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. B. .
t ]number of' years. Since then I '. .
; the weekend; and it Jogks like i Surviving are his wife, Larkin have not yet filed for their ,i E. Reddish during the week *
j it;appears to us that the Hereford .
I ( the, folks who said H will not i, j cattle we've seen have Powty Weeks of Jacksonville 1962 benefits has been compiled were Mr. and Mrs. Vasco An- I '

S warm up until Easter were : j been bolding their heads ; 'two daughters, ..Mjs.Virginia. by Tax Assessor Gene'! dreu, Mrs. Mamie Andreu, and - -
right. '" up : Smith of Starke and Long. i Reese Spivey, all of Dade City. ,
*;V : I just a. little* hit* higher.SAnd I I Mrs.; Mi&la Bennett, Orlando ; "But that's' tbe best they! Mrs. Oscar Carter and Mrs: ')

Berry picking is getting! : one son,. W. T. Weeks It ,of have done since I can remember -!! Carrie Norman were visiting
don't make the mistake
heavy and cne grower in the j of thinking that animals can't I Tallahassee; a step-daughter, ,'"" was the way Long I i;, Mrs. Susie Norman in Jacksonville t l brating Our Fifth

Lawtey area hauled off 400 I communicate. We just Mrs. Mignon aMorte of Pel- put it Monday. A list of the during the week.

V flats one day this week. Prices hear Hereford cow can talkingto ham Manor, N Y.; and one names of persons who took Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Moore' V

,, were up and on Safurday i i'erf I another a old white face sister Mrs. :Jos, .E. Wilson 'of advantage of the benefits of Renie and Mickey spent the

w hittinj the $4 mark. Attat i I within hearing of Black An. Starke; six grandchildren, and homestead exemption last weekend with Mr. and Mrs.S. .

rate growers could make four great grandchildren. year but who have not ye D. Andrews and children .'f. :,
of course,] saying: "The ,
I' gus Funeral servics ''.were held filed for 1962, exemption is i in Wildwood. V ; '
I some money. champion at the FFAshow : I .
., *.' S. *.. grand at 2 p. m. We/nes/lay/ in the published elsewhere in this Mrv: 'and Mrs: W.. C., ,Griff is wi .
*> is the son of one of my *;
Oscar Carter: J+Sed.a. berry- third cousin's." Jones Memorial Chapel with issue of the Telegraph. i of Jacksonville were visiting ,.

tt1ng ma h1n' thi season e S S Rev Fred V Yerljes and "Rev. Deadline: to file for 1962":' tha'Harry Baxleyfamilj" Sun-V V.

r the firSt' time and he isrUple88eq To which the Black Angus Raymond, Mac: lain officiating.* benefits it April 1 which fans day. .. V :: t
wltli it. We suppose Burial was in the family plot an a Sunday but Long says Dr. Dunsford; .and family of V
replies: "Don't mind old Pink
tnat Qt\e day berry pro- in Crosbrfcake Cemetery under he has been given authority: Jacksonville were-visiting Mr.:
Eye. Most of her kin are Canners 8
I Auction will mechanized t and Cutters, and when the directly of DeWitt C. Jones. : to extend the time limit and Mrs. Oscar" Carter V 5SatI Ij I
I : j
I Funeral JKwne. through the following Mon urday.
almost completely. All that of themAt this there : ?
I $. lacking hoV' that plasU l one Active, pallbearers wer, .Dr.. day. To be eligible for 1962 Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Tiner of:
i is bellow of and a big -
) mulching .eliminates' njuch ofIDe a and rage the farmer J. W.: Brownlee, S. T. 'Dell, t benefits a person is only required i Sanford visited the Lonnie

hand ,TJr35isfcL; : a-berry scrap ensues Charles Myers, Junius Smith to have had his deed Teston and Earl Teston families ,
the battlers. ,
Harvester, and.4on't think ,it has to separate JI'.-, J..>?t.JSrovnlee,.Earl Johnson ,- i recorded prior to/: Japuary 1 'V during the.weekend...
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t { n't be done fpjr npvsr there Kiyiball ennett, and C. ;and J>e; living' on Jthef property -, On Saturday Mrs. Joyce ":- !
; Like most folks out in the .. ,.
h is a tobacco combine on the W., Dishinger. 'the assessor stated. Futch visited Mrs., C. W. DeV -
market for cropping tobacco, country we're busy wherever }'Ia..sonic"nte were conductedat : Haven hi'Green Cove Springs.

*, e e e we can find the time trying to. the. gravesid. y-the. Ma- w. c. T. a. ,1.Mrs. DeHaven is daughterof

5.>.When combine harvesting "pretty up" the place with sonic Lodge of Starke. V the late Mr. and Mrs. R. L. .

bulk curing of shrubs and flowers. Set out "IF YOU THINK YOU CAN f McCall who resided here.
t Ire adopted it Is estimated a-white wisteria, a Coco Aus-; Recent V Bkths "DRINK OR LET IT ALONE,"! Rev. and, Mrs L. T. Howe |$2,65o boooo:
c trailis palm. Deodar cedar a IT ALONE. ,
that the numbej of hours ofCJbpr TRY LETTING Miss Elizabeth Terry and I
.required to work an redbud tree flowering almond Bradford County. Hospital an-,YOU HAY BE NEARER I Ralph Putch attended the re- "

tvre of tobacco [about 5001 and a Burfordia holly. nounces the followingbirths: SKID JiOYi NqW THAN YOU 7 V. \1val meeting held by Don f.
From now on we'll have to Mr. REALIZE 'BrandeU at North Baptist i it
A be cut tq about one- I an4 Mrs. John Humph ,
l\ Mitrd. take good care of them or all ries Baldwin, a daughter Kar (NATIONAL VOICE.) :, Church inJacksonville Thurs- ; '. _' .t. J Jhi
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*One bis difference however,!, Bobby -,I f .'f.' ; ; ". '
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gjtween tobacco' and ben-ies'l Alice set out also a CryBaby Raiford % daughter :March!I VS "V "

.; to, that the ,former >I" price-! tree, a very unusual 19., j I J ELECT V < V- The, Officers, Directors, Stockholders. And Our V .,

$pported by Uie; government specimen, which when mature Mir. and, },frs, ''Horace Adk'ju,;; V V -' .

and the number of acre has a beautiful crop. of Waldo A SOB,) ireh 21. 1 i!t 'fR. G" .. I V. Employees Thank You For Five Successful

granted' is 'restrictedThus, blooms every year. Trouble Is. Mr. and Mrs. James 'Dyjal.-!! .l-. V V

I I knowing that tf, they, rale, a the thing is slow-growing, Lak,? Cw. ,va,,'a son.. March;\20.1!i;: GRffFIS V V Years Of Serving You With Your Banking I
good crop ther will get a good i: and by thlUmt.. V it gets I V ,
urice. tobacco,growers'can afflerd -'around to blooming It if it V, palm trees along" US-301 ner r I V Needs In Our Community. Pledge To You V {;

I .L to invest -a great deal' lives] we may not be.. here to Lawtey!, They look great. and :j jnovj .! Your' t ,', ,

Sore money in ;'tobacco ma- see it., However, we're already : that w ha. some tropical COUNTYCommissioner Our. Continued Efforts To Serve Your Every '
had the joy ol planting something VBanking "
ehlnery.r palms growing our V
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r ?". Had a gOOd.t1tb Tully our place. kidding us about living in :! : ,. V. : .

I florman Uiis weeki fie is an-. And how about our new< South Georgia! >. :. .' : V ; l I' .,..,. {'1 .'< VV L. .
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!: .f foreign service. I am seeking the post of County Commissioner .. J

'I'I MATTHEWS' ,7",#,- .'. j I In order to senrr the people, help oar County1. (

: 'I SUBSCRIPTION\j RATES Editor and Owner" 'i* ." ;1 sgoodp&acetora1seafamfly.flnia/iaj situation" and continue to keep' Bradford County, : ; ; qUR Lt12;; r i

tI I I am gafafufly employed bat feel I can give this job my 1 ". *_ -
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I ONIYA '. '. 1.00 oNrflMS.' .. I full support. I feel I am qualified for this' pest in ever- respect : FURNISH THIS SERVICE : : :

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Learn New Methods Warning Issued I MAYOR'S COURT Janitor Wins -

:> 'n !On- Bond '.5e emus I!; -Starke Mayor-- Randal .Chit- Boat Motor SHOP- ANYWHERE.

arai gf .fd FFA Members Practice farming ty heard 18 cases in .a busy FOR NEW OR USED

A warning to persons. in nigh at' Mayor's" 'Court .Mpi ; Eo WJrj Norman, janitor at
this area who are-or plan to t .
-participate in chain letters. day. the "Bradford# :County courthouse Then Come See f fVE'LI. Us!
i Some would. be led to believe ; their chores which consist I g:man f. Lore. Negro, disorderly ; It! ready( to ''go flsl ling" ? *
U. S.
or "petitions"
that earning to farm is fastbecoming folety; learning* how to farm- Savings JJpr.ds was issued this. rend Ict y fighting.sentenced on.... 1m. -day'off.. \ MATCH ANY DEAL ..
by farming! T iie boys, Jfo'a fine of $27.50or .
a lost art in r di,i actualty week by the Postal Inspection Norman is the jubilant --
i ford f County-but any observerS \1 1,..aH $%* &Sb} School! sjucfcnts S l1i e. to three days,in jaiL : winner the 144 foot fiberglass '
who is "astute"; enough to ;; .- from 14-18 years of age Ed- ; Willie James- Lewis- Negro- boat, 18 horsepower UESITV OHEVROLET
Postmaster General J.
stray just a' .step -fipra the i Deceive constant guidance in disorderly conduct by fighting, Johnson motor, and Murray :
beaten path would soon learn j t improved farm'practices and ,rte ward ff issued a newg. release sentenced to 'a' fine of $37.50 trailer given away Wednesday Your Authorized Dealer

that just isn't so:' *r'i,:Methods from pj3| ,.vocationaia5riculture'"instructors 1 last April 'warning that'' ; or iff seven' days in jail. night by the Imperial 215 S. E. FIRST GAINESVILLE; :
such schemes are illegal andthat
Paul Service Station in Starke. -- ---
On a 270 acre farm. fivemiles those who participate 'Ace J. Hodge driving with-

north" ; of Starke, Just off J']! If iitchins and Curtis Marlowe.! .____L_ 4. .' 4n may be leaving themselves ; ouf license, forfeited bond of Pamela Ann Ricks of Starke v-oq .- __ __ .1 I 'I

U.: s. Highway JO}, one Is apt, I I The: school farm was purchased pen to fraud and lo'ttery. $2750. ; drew the winning ticket out
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on most. any weekday;'to come ,.! .. in,": 1950- when- the. vo- P charges. }'f. P. Floyd public intoxication cf the box.Marriage. .

upon some of the 100 members' ag department was headed by aI r forfeited. bond of
: V. R.Ferguson,"who" is Although the current 'bondlett.er '
now a
of the Starke arid Bradford $27.50.. LicensesBruce
Chapters of the Future'Farmers ., math instructor! at BHS, and uw are distributed! d by:

of America going about 1 t\t cost. $25 per acre or $6,750. hand rather than through the Edward Fora; 35,
mail, Day declared that they
Hutchins and Marlowe _
now estimate "' Earlton, and Katie Mae Birt, '
.! ; still in establishment; licensed!:
E1 are illegal because .U. S. kfy '
the farm to be worth 36, Hampton.Ray .
$150( per'acre or $40,500. Its Courts have ruled they are a to sell beer free on $500 bond; I .
lottery i case postponed) until next : Collins Reddish, 30, I9A1URYiiLWylJ
I assets now include 180 acres of
fEfJJM.Q'UIZ. rr MondayJpignf.. Kingsley Lake and Elizabeth
planted pines, 22 acres of improved "The scheme-has also been M1 ". '
i Ann Chair, 31, Washington,
because ITerbert Tully public intoxication -
I pasture, 4 acres of ruled a fraud: the
D. C.
vegetable crops, and 300 square same representations i are madeto S J1tl'nced" a fine oft27.5Q Dependable .. EconomicalPHONE
I Raymond Wesley Goss, 21,
yards of tobacco beds and a 4PL all participants that they or to five days in jail. ,
and Tommie Lou "Stokes, 27.
small ornamental nurs-ery. Also --_ 'w MOl_ __.. will eventually receive sub- :; Romie Crews. disorderly both of Brooker. 964-1301 NIGHT 96 -2H 1

numbered among the assets of | stantial rewards,.aIthouh this conduct by fightina!:, sentencedto ,
Instructor Paul Hutchings supervises transplanting: ope.a.1 Dan Dixon Jr., 48, Gainesville CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT.
MASTER the farm are 10 registered Angus seldoms happens," the Post- a fine of $27.50 or to five '
tion, and Flossie Willis Taylor -
cattle, two barns, and a master General said. .. i ii; days in jail
z ,_ i I Earl Cecil Padgett, disor- 44, Palatka.
tractor with all -
equipment :Itf>.Ji --'IS
In. recent Lake City
.. reeks
') James Anderson Moody: 19,
needed to carry out a farm- '..' ,. and several other neighboring' derly conduct by fighting, not : and Helen Jeanette Hollings- Home
ing operation. guilty. i Thrifty Improvements
towns have been engulfed in worth 17 both of Starke.

I Both instructors stress however a bond-buying. chain. proposal: Romie Crews, public int xii j James .Columbus Hobbs Jr., Here -
I n pite'of ail l the projects M which told participants "you I cation. $27.50; sentenced; 21. and Maxine Williams, 21, Start -

1 the boys are carrying out that a a : should 'receive $38,000.. ,in. SavIngs' I i. suspended. both of Starke..
student is not expectedto : Bonds" in a few weeks Gufcsie Garcia, public intox-;
; every fF ; Fred pmer Phillips 57, and
.. become a farmer. "when your name reaches the" i; ication. five days in jail. i Faye Crawford, 44, both of
Jessie Randolph Jr., Negro,
This man It Incensed because: i "\Y e dgnt expect all the boysto top.. of the list. i I Gainesville.
.:-.11., such'' disturbing the peace by use of j
become farmers we are f rAi The craze reached
profane language and resisting ;
f. His insurance lapsed 1 teaching vocational-agricul- ; t heights i in Lake City that is- : sentenced ; $230.Rudolph
arrest, to a fine : Crawford, 326
b Hit him ture which means that we also suing there out I
/ : dog# bit agencies ran
10 in
of $27.50 or days jail. i
North Myrtle Street, add
f. 1 stress that a knowledge of of bopJsand; Starke.} banks i iwere" ; '
Henry G Evans Negro
to home,
You can drive a horse to water farming. can be very valuable being called] upon for''' $1,188.
orderly conduct, forfeited j C. R. 714
i but you (' 'n't make him drink'I I in other related occupations," sales. :Both local i banks reported Scoggins,

Unless it happens! to be our j Hutchins I explained. t they: : sold 1 several 'bonds ; bend of $37.50. al- ':; moreland Street, erect store WE CARRY EVERYTHING: FOR INDOOR
t Robert Freddie. Jordan:: room in back: yard, $500
fresh rich milk. YVliat's! s>o! They also stress that the to "cha ner before they' lowing unauthorized person to AND OUT-DOOR FlXl'P.
Whitehead Con-
fiilly about H' horse drinking farm is used for demonstration realized what was up- After
; drive, three days in jail.. tractors, construct concreteblock A. B. C. FinapcePhone
truly"'J They have a* much rightto !! and to give the *- j4r receiving warnings from the ;
purposes -
La h\tay Barry. driving ; house in Reno $4,000.
taste our rich, zestful, boneulldliig -' Federal Reserve however -
System ; a
students experience
practical ;
three in
Jfr without license day O. 1J:. Crosby Westmoreland'
| | :, refreshing, e1hili at-. in' all areas of farming.. An both $}tarke banks said ;; jail. I
Street, home
new $10,000.
big, pulatf-pleasing] milk asanyoae they stopped sales of bonds '
of the '
how program Ned Walker, Npgro, public James 750 North 964-5291
j Kersey,
: (anything?), loot's quit' Pt to known, or believed !
the persons '
functions garden plots intoxication, five in .jail.
1 ; days : Church Street, addition tohome
fctullloii and order some today'"1 which all 40 first year students to be. participating in the .. Alfred David Jernigan, failure $600. Complete Line of Hardware

| are required. to have. scheme.. 'to yield rjsht-of-way and Mrs. Truman Dyal, 113

'_ i:I.Each" .two boys 1 .f js given a plot Local bankers said the craze causing accident, fined 3750. North Christian Street, remodeling Bradford Building Supply

7: 1t : 50 6y 75 feet on which they 1 appears to be dying: out and ;; "M. P. Floyd, indecent' exppsure ; of front porch $348.
: about dozen different was actually "nipped in theebud" j
must plant of
i' ; forfeited; bond! Tillman McIntosh, 612 West

t .. varieties of vegetables. ct before it.g. t a good II $52.5Q.. Lafayette, erect store room in : 301 E. Call StreetComplete
actually 11/. 6 foothold in Starke.i -
The youngsters
.,..' I rear of home, $250. i ;
farm the small demonstration :. rP !
1 I It ';'iI' .. Building Permits --. -
plots and are graded on t-. :. i i Rotary Elects I I
keeping records and USing! tt :: $ permits since January .
New Exec Board quilling
.. Service
t t'
;f [ I Photographic
correct procedures. They can ,I i 1 indicate that $225,236of
also have for1 their own to : M"tJV". ; Col. James A. Griffin, State; construction is under way '
sell or to take home, whatif .... ," '" In of'sfarke
Maintenance Officer Camp' the city of which
.... tl.. .t.....-r'.:: a : Cameras Hallmark Greeting
Blanding, was elected preside'ntof $54,136 is residential and BUlUt GTON 1

the Starke Rotary Club a'! $171,000 is commercial.! Film Cards"Feature
Repairing equipment, in this case the shute used to hold
the annual election held! Wednesday -; Largest item is the $171,000 Watches i
cattle, is always called for on any farm. Lock":

if I ...' is ,_1&- _-' Elected noon.to serve on the iew with Florida parking Bank area building will which.take Jewelry Bibles Studio and Gift Shop DiamondWeddhig 1

__ board of directors, in aud-tiprr! : up .the entire block where theWomen's l

to the new president, .were:, Club is situated ex- Tape Recorders

: Ervin Andrews Robert B n :1! ept for that property. Only Phonographs Starke, Florida Bets

s } $ dale, George jCanoya! Cluvjej.Sawyer other t wnAme. Tcj} },RonsXructiojj .
GROCERY and MARKET George W. RobfirU Jr., is'a $100 repair job''on the roof? Diamond
with Purchase
i L Half :Mile North of City Limits-U. S. 301 and A. J.: Thomas Jr, Fretfrnaij-- qf Canpya pharmacy on Wai- Saving Stamps Every

Register Jr., incumbent i pre--t nut ana Call.Ijfrgest .,

J OPEN 7 DAYS 7AM.-11 P.M. k dent, will also serve" on,' that 1) residential undertak- ;
r' board. in'? s'the $3&000', home being i

The new officers takt fliccithe }bui1t'by: Lester Crejvs] Starkeuniggfst. '
MAXWELL HOUSE } t first meeting" JI.[ .. ; Others 'ar.e: uild of iau oud ; x er s

COFFEE --1 lb. can - 69c Rev. C. E. Folsom of Anthony 'Eufy F.: Stokes? 403 Orange' ... I _
:+ I+ _a who is song leader at' Street aid carport, screen I I

S GA.. RED sk revival services i in the Firsti porch,' and utility room : to ITD.YOU .

'* Methodist Church this week.j i home, $2,000- j
TOMATOES 8 $1.00 '
cans ;, '
da sang two numbers preceding; Anthony Cemenaro, North :

the elcci'on of officers. Temple Ave.: close in porch, .:
can -

Look to Standard Oil for new
VAN CAMPS r -- : ways to take better care of

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j PORK & BEANS 4 No. 2/2! sans 99c : your car.
c Students look over the 309 square yards of tobacco plants Oil for new: ways to take; bet.
CARNATION. limit- Vith '$5.00'food tee care of your car. Look to .
8 cans order planted' on the FFA farm this year. '
I \ Standard Oil for m-w ways to
I''! MILK .. 8 tall( cans -: $1.00 1 can t take better care of your .ar. .
home project.
ever they grow.
ti + a : zR .< J .# Look to Standard Oil for new s
F A B -reg. she . 19c "We do not put emphasis Since the time spent at the mean it I t ways to take} better car of

'.' on making a profit, but are farm by the,students: is lim- your ,ar. Cook {to Standard Oil! 5 p awUrz <
Limit 1 to'customer with Food Order satisfied to break even;' to better
lor n w ways :
ited Bradford County's traditional -
> Hutchins explained. He stressed THOUSANDS? car* of your 'car. Look to
PINEAPPLE of strawberries is
$ 1 that the farm does not crop } *, Standard Oil for"hew'ways to .,
not there. As veteran Y
JUICE 4$ o?. can; 29c compete with other farms in ; ; grown any take better care of your car. ,

the county but does have toj berry grower can attest, i" Look tb Standard Oil for new ( % ..

SOUTHERN pay its own way. Any profit' strawberry grqw'ng takes 's'our car. Lock to Standard Oil take better care of your car.I ways\ to take better care of .
much more labor than do oth- wa's to take jetterLookito Standard Oil fr new Iy'our car. Look to Standard Oi! r' ,
PEACH HALVES 4 cans 99c made is invested back into the i for' new ,. :
farm, as has been done with er vegetable crops; more, in 'caieof.. your car Lock to !way'g to take' better cart of'Cor'new ways to take better
fact, than the FFA memberscan
JIM DANDY with $5..00 food order the $7,000 worth of timber ;: 4N 1, .
put in at the farm.
sold oft the farm since 1950.
MEAL 5 Ibs 25c
or .- -
is :
With that money all the Right now- forestry. wf

; 'PURELARD.-81b.bucket $1.39: I equipment been purchased on the and farm the pres-has'(f main stressed! sources since of it is farm one income of the A fact ma'am! ,New RPM deposit-free motpr oils ,. ; f

enl classes are saving to buy :; in the' county, Hutchins said. ,;
SLICED another tractor. The entire 180 acres timber

-. 22 oz. Jar . 29c Students are also limited to block has been entered in the give thousands of extra miles without

small demonstration plots bY'' Slate Forestry: < Contest, this 'w4 .n ..
-NO LIMIT[ a' labor: problem: The 40 first i spring: and! the boys are busy I engine' overhaul! y n'n/ %

F )FOREMOST MILK\' .. /2 gal. ct. 53c year students are taught in : now making ocundaries, cruisIng bw. '.

two hour blocks but can ac- timber, and pruning and I

I HERSEY'S. SUGAR. 5 Ibs. 54c tually work at the farm only. thinning trees in preparationfor New. .. from. -Standard.. RPM, .- t "
the "
statewide event. :
r an hour of that period each y .. 1
j motor.,oils with a.revolutionaryashless 1 ;
{ OLD ()TE trip considering the time it The vocational-agriculture I .
for the 10' mile bus tripto i detergent that halts engine .
takes program at BHS also uses the
I quarters and from the farm. The rsel vies.: both in the classroom j wear. It leaves no ash deposits t Et

other 60 .advanced studentsare arid cri the farm, of the coun- : : '. keeps combustion + V t l tel.

ALL MEAT WL'1NERShack 39c ''cdS taught and as in a one result hour are per-able ly conservation*!senl. farm service.forester;and, fire soil l, chambers s,o lfan, moving part: ? .. I: .

.. to *o virtually no work at the j: .ccntrol unit for--lectures and I I *so free* f* of "thick< ,* sticky*! f "sludge. -- "

( GRADE AFRYERS farm. '{ietnonstfation. that your engine' can now outlast the.life of your-car!

lb. do get to the farm;I //1 '
- 29c "They : ; .Result you can save hundreds of dollars in overhaul -
: once in a while j just to see -
what it's- lake.*' according toMarlowe. T\yist. Contest costs, and get cleaner, smoother engine performance.

SUNNYLANI: ) : The instructors TO Rs Sponsored See your local Stanaard'Oil dealer and get the t 2 37

all vo-ag' .
lb- hope that next year r r
PICNICS 7.- 29c students can be taught in By Fla. Theatre full story pn how'! RPM'mr otor'oils can give you. thousands' 4--

Ewoliourblocks.i :j I., ': of extra miles! without'overhaul! de
FRESH. The students' time is iyjdrd The Florida. Theatre Is sponsoring r
U Standard Iii fir aew t. ttki letter care it your car
Lock ways
equally between the farm a twist contest in conjunction 11
BEEF LIVER3ts: : $ 00 .....
with movie -
its new
i & classroom, and shop. Marlowe. i
said with each boy visitingthe "Twist AU Night".Elimination .r:! J. j STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY) : STANDARD .. "-

FRESH FROZEN 'CRQOKNECKSQUASH10 farm an average of once ,' '... .. contests' will be I t' .. t'I ,

'' oz. pkg. . 15c per *reek during the schoolyear. he4 at Teen Time Friday I I OILTIIURSDAY ATI

: Of coarse, -weather and //1'
night and finals tare set for I .
SWANSON'S FROZEN MEAT PIES the planting season dictate : March 30, the Flori- i .' .1' DUNCAN '
., that more time be .spent in ;; Friday, on K G.: AGENT

JUST EACH the classroom and shop in the da Theatre stage Admission. to i STARKE FLA. '
23 I .,. y t ; . .
winter with farm work: being the theatre will be dropped '" < I -

stressed each sprig. Besides I from rQcontest. to 5Q' cents for the I'
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BEEF TURKEY i iS ( > j.
Ms work "at school each boy .

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Begin Title MarchTornado !Supply Section ]Russian Class gram, at 7:30 pm. Monday, nior high school students are
Bloody WeekendOn I I March 26. j invited to take. advantage of

Leading InBlanding To Hear Talk Interested adults and se-i this opportunity.

: TERWILLEGAR Trackmen Win BowlingSupply I On LiteratureRay
County RoadsContinued

Section is leading in students Our Sale Successful
Reddish dean of Opening Very
: : 67-50 From Hurricanes i the Combined Field Maintenance -, at Bradford High j

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Shop (Camp Blanding) School will talk on Russian
Bowling League as the result EXCELLENT
failure to have his vehicle under Bradford High's state cham-i 110-yard high hurdles: I.1 I literature at the regular
of a March 16 victory over
: control and with having no pion thinclads began their Seymour Starke, 2. Williams ': \
Armament Section bowlers in meeting of the Russian Classof PRODUCERS WELL SATISFIED
: driver's license. Mrs. Moore battle for the school's third GHS, 3. Hughes Starke. j j
a match at Bowlero Lanes in the Adult Education Pro-
We're Loaded i iI was also charged in the mis- Class A title last Friday witha 100-yard dash: Murphree 1 Gainesville. Buyers Went Away Without LivestockNEED

hap, for stopping on the high- 67501ctory over Gaines- GHS 10.3; 2. Register. Starke; j i Electronic Section keglers

I way.The ville High School by winning | 3. Bowers GHS and Chambers ,cinched the runner-up positionon WANTED HELP, MR. PRODUCER

I wreck near Keystone 10 of the 14 events. I [tie]. the date by out- i TO KEEP BUYERS COMING BACK BRING
Saturday was the result of faul- Running on the University ,, Mile run: 1. Gebbard. GHS : LOAD OF LIVESTOCK NEXT FRIDAY '-
their Automotive Sec-
pointing For
WITH : ty brakes on a 1953 Ford car of Florida track Tornadoes 4:51: ; 2. Lehman GHS; 3.1 i iI Building

driven by Charles Clayton Clarkof Hallie Seymour and Tom Lawson, Starke. I tion opponents. Storage PurposesPaul CATTLEMAN-FARMERS AUCTION
:Total pins were as :
. Fort Indiana. Clark, I
Wayne Gardner were the only dou- 880-yard relay: Starke. i
1825 Electronics, 1725
Supply ; ; MARKET
coming out of a secondary ro id ble winners of the afternoon. 1:33.: I Parker
I Armament, 1645 Automotive,
I onto S. R. 21, went all the way Seymour won the first eventof I 440-yard dash: 1. Green. 1693. ; I Magnolia Hotel GAINESVILLE, FLA.

'Trade-Ins across the highway in front of the day, sailing over the GUS, 54.9; 2. Duggar Starke.i ? John Stephens bowled a 192 1,

on a 1959 Ford truck with stake high hurdles in 15.4 seconds.He .i 3. Crawford, Starke. : for high game score, and I 4 -- -

body which belonged to the also capped off the day 180-yard low hurdles: 1. witha
Winkler finished
I Sellers Bag Co. of Jacksonville. by winning the final event I| Martin Starke 21.8; 2. Harvey George series. I
530 for three-game
1 Emmitt Mimbs, 36, driver of with a six foot leap in the t. GHS. 3. Hughes Starke. ;: After seven weeks of league I l 1 / t
'the truck veered to the l left ij
high jump. I Mile Relay: Starke 3:37.4.1: play, Winkler led the league''
but collided with Clark when
Gardner won the 220-yard I 880-yard run: 1. Noegel. :
New FordsTHIS with an average of 167, followed /
the car came back onto the. dash in 23.8 and the shot put Starke, 2:07.8; 2. Nocks, GHS; by Clifton Griffis with 159;.

,highway in the path of the with a heave of 47 feet. The 3. Newman GHS. i I Warren Edling, 158; and Harold :20 toms or less one time ---.9 Memorials Resolutions ______ 5c per word

truck. Tornadoes also scored a clean j 220-yard dash: 1. Gardner I. Epps, 155.Winkler. J If not paid in advance _______________ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words ____ 2JSO

: The car was knocked end over sweep in the broad jump, as!i Starke. 23.8; 2. Chambers, also has high game I Keyed or Blind Ads _________________ 1.00 Over 50 words ______. __. .__ :5c per word
and around,
HAS MADE OUR ''to end rest 81 spun feet from the corning pointof Buster Hughes leaped 19' 3",j GHS; 3. Harris GHS. I.with a score of 202, followed I Each additional word over 20 __________ 05 Display ads In Classified ______ 1.50 per inch
Seymour did 19' 1", and Lyn- j I High Jump: 1. .Seymour.1[by Epps with 198.
The traveled
impact. truck wood Walters jumped 18' 11 j i Starke, 6'0";; 2. LeaVItt GHS; I Winkler has three-game high FOR RENT 2 room furnished -I YOUR OLD WATCH will! ALL TYPE LAWN MOWERS
135 feet after the impact '
USED CAR PRICES GO 1-4". 3. Reagan, Starke. score of 551, followed by Epps apartment and bath. make the down payment on a ; SHARPENED. FACTORY
1 coming to rest in the south Coach Dave Hurse indicatedhe Pole vault: 1. Walters, I with 509. Lights and water furnished. beautiful new Bulova at WAY. SAWS FILED. CALVIN
!bound traffic lane, the opposite $50 mo. Y. L. Kirchaine. 514' Dahmers Discount House.
to have his 880- 2. Bennett JOHNS phone 9641441.
was happy Starke 110";; '
.side of the road. I i I Standings to date: 1.S. Epperson. tfchg. tfchs j
team qualify for I Ii -- tfchg
: yard relay I GHS. I I Pts. Won Lost I TIRES "
Clark and wife were treatedat the upcoming Florida Relays Broad Jump: 1. Hughes, '1 TUBESBATTERIES FOR SALE-1951 Plymouth"
:i j ji j 1i Supply 28 7 II ADULT EDUCATION COUR-
the the I Ii i
emergency room of AND $100. 858 East Call St. tfchg
with a time of 1:33: flat. However i Starke, 19'3"; 2. Seymour, Electronics 22 13 I : SES EVENINGS. MONDAY
Bradford County Hospital and the Tornado milerelayteam i! Starke; 3. Walters Starke. I Armament 15 20 ACCESSORIESEasy : NICE HOME ON 5 ACRES"near THROUGH THURSBAY. All
released. I I I Starke $6750. Terms. ;
failed to qualify with GHS Budget Terms I' High School subjects. Business
Calhoun Ii
i Discus: f i Automotive 5 30 Strout Realty. Starke. Fla. U.I i Courses. Conversational
their time of 3:37.4.: 142'; 2. Gardner Starke; 3. ,, MASSEY'S S. 301 S. Phone 4681766. | Spanish. Mechanical Drawing.

The meet was scored on a I Phillips Starke. i iI iNoegg el's Auto GULF SERVICE Itchg Testing services. White stud-

Clay Co-op 5-3-1 basis for the individual j Shot put: 1. Gardner I Ph. 782-9481 Lawtey I BE SURE ents: contact L. H. Gibson.
Move |
Sales Up USO Bldg. Office. Negro students
events and five points for I Starke, 47'; 2. Gause, GHS; Your insurance policies are

i 1 winning either relay. i 3. Smith, Starke.Keystone In Ladies' Bowling FOR% ton SALE-1955 pick-up. Good Chevrolet tires :! not limited to hospital care Tbompkins.: contact RJE High Prof. School.Eddie
Voting Heavy but provide for care in your i
I Results: and body. Runs real good. I home or the Chiropractors __tfchf
I I Noegel's Auto Sales upset Will sell reasonable. Contact ; office. I \VAJf.rED-Used deep free

I (Continued from Jaycees Track Girls Williams Jewelry 4-0 last C. C. Melvin P. O. Box 24, ;' We will gladly check your zer. Will pay cash or take in
| Page 1))
Defeat Starke Friday night in the Ladies j-Brooker. ltp_ policies to see if you have I trade on a TV or stereo.
tor Angus Hastings.In Meet Set April 4 Bowling League to move into OCALA NATIONAL i proper coverage. Consult the I Dahmers Discount House ,
FOREST i Dr. H. G. Bollinger Chiropractic lrehg
1.961Ford Falcon Tudor the third district to The Starke Jaycees Coun- I The Keystone girls defeated second place two games I CAMPSITES i Office. 426 N. Walnut St. IN CITY POUND-Red and

i i elect at Thursday's meeting I ty-Wide Track and Field I the Starke girls 39-15 last behind the leagueleadingRebels. 80 X 100 I Starke. 2tp 3-22 white spotted bird dog. Black

the incumbent C. M. Smith Meet will be held on April I "Monday night in the Brad-. !. {198 Cash or i I l I FOR SALE-Lake Front and white spotted Beagle
: [District 8] ; Judy Ellington had an $20 Down; $9 mo. '. hound. :Both males. Owner
Deluxe Trim and Radio was unopposedon .4, at 3:35: at the Bradford ford High School Gym. Access to Launching i Lots. Santa Fe and Lake I
the printed ballot. Nomi- I Ritch was high for Starke average of 126 for three \ I Lockloosa. Terms. Guy Andrews i may have bY paying adver-
High School Track. II on Oklawaha River. '
tising] cost and board. Con-
nations could be made from games for Noegel's while phone 9646811. tfchg
with seven points while Bro- ANGUS HASTINGS ;
All boys and girls 8 to 15 I '' tact Police. Itchg
the floor, however.In are eligible to compete in the kas had 15 for the winners. I Elaine Griffis had a 142 average Box 140. Fort ftfcCoy.Fla._ [IMPROVED JIARM, 2C1 1 _
Falcon Tudor
1960 Ford recent weeks, Baker and' meet if their school is repre- I' Last week Keystone won I for William Jewelry. HAVE OPENING-for 1 $90.- ACRES, home. cow: chickens i After paying rent for five
,Hastings have conducted an sented. over Starke 49-26 with Susan -j i The last place Dreamers 00 per week man. Age 25 toi j i deep freeze $7500. Very I years they said. "we have
terms. Strout I
good Realty
intensive campaign; of news- j Slade high for Starkei i 1 pulled a minor upset over I 67. We also have opening for 1 nothing to show for it." So
The meet will be conductedby 2 Starke. Fla. U. S. 301 S. .
I I $65.00 per week ladies. Age
Wagon-18,000 Miles paper advertising and hand- with 19 points, while Smith I the Rebels by gaining a i iI Phone 4681766. Itchgi why not pay the rent and at
the Starke Recreation Department -i to 63. Permanent. Car ,
the time be buying
bill distribution to get their and the Bradford I, had 20 for Keystone. I split of two games apiece necessary. See Mr. McGarity, i ROUTE: OPENING FOR LADY;' house.same Just $287.50 down VA
: message of "rates can be re- j These two games were from them. Leading the the Thomas Hotel. Wednes-!
(Physical Education Depart- I [(35 to 651. Earn $75.00 per I or $425.00 FHA.
1 1960 Ford Fordor Galaxie 'duced" across to consumers. ments. I sponsored by the Starke Recreation i j i Dreamers was Hazel Griffis day morning. March 28 between i week or more. Car necessary. A. J. Thomas, Realtor

[,i Incumbent directors have ; Department. with an average of 117 9 and 11 o'clock..:..Itchg i,! We train. Write Watkins, 659I tfchjj

i cpunter-attacked with a heavy I !I If sufficient interest is I while Jackie Sellers had an LADY DESIRES-pOsition in I, West Peachtree St. N. E. Atlanta INCOME TAX SERVICE
mail :' of 121 for the Reb- general office work or re- !j 8. 4tchg 3-29 C. E. HUTCHISON
Hardtop-Loaded campaign following rates could be reduced by the shown, a ladies league will average ceptionist. Five vears experi-Ii I -- ,'
the theme that the present board of trustees, the letter 1 De organized next year. els. ence. Dependable. Call 969- I IMMEDIATE Opening for I, SATURDAYS AND
i board has "kept the faith" High game for the night man over 21, high school
i 1395 after
4:30 week
raid that "Rates simply can- I I : days. i 1 graduate and automobilenecessary. i Mon. Fri.; after 5 p. m.
Ford Fordor Fairlane and urging re-election' of all not be reduced by action of!!F Recent Birth I was a tie between Joanne I Anv time Saturday. Itp I experience in financial I II I Call 961-1195

1960 -- ;i incumbents. the Board until rate studies Fill of Noegel's and Elaine I SEPTIC TANK cleaning and I field helpful. Ad- j 5?1 Pratt St.
The latest Griffis of Williams Jewelry feed line service. Joe Forsythe, vancement for person willing lOchr 4-12
\ mailing went have been made and the Lt. and Mrs. Oliver H. A s..
P. O. Box 184 Lake Butler,
I 148. to apply themself. ContactMr. I
Clean-Low Mileage >\ out to consumers last weekend proposed reduction approvedby pinwall Jr. announce the 'arrival with each having a Fla. Phone HY 6-4163. C. E. Zipperer. 144 W WANTED Small contracts,
; Elaine
1\: : High average was 1 Carpentrv repair or mechanical. -
postmarked from REA.
of a daughter, Charlene 4tp_ 3-29 CaU St. Starke or call 964-: ,
Griffis with 142. Phone J. F. Thompson,
I,I.Gainesville and signed The trustees further said: Menees, at Fort Benning, Ga'I FOR SALE Nice home 3 9091. tfchg Jr. 4181 Keystone Heights.3tp .
"Board of Trustees, Clay "We believe that presentlyour on Feb. 22. Lt. Aspinwall is'the: BR. l2 bath. Hdw. floors. FOR RENT Furnished _3-22_
960Ford Country Sedan Electric Co-operative Inc." rates compare favorablywith : son of Mrs. :Margaret Davis of.: Rebels 93- I Large LR and DR combined apartment close to business FARM
In two of "fine Noegel's Auto 752 eat in kit. Double sink GE re- district. Phone 964-2881 lip
pages print"it Starke. I
other utilities in the frig and stove. Call 9642194. Equipmentflawing roe
charged that Williams Jewelry 485 FOR SALE-1953 Chevy.
j "misleading state and
our commercialrate tfchg -
Wagon-Loaded With Extras information* (had appeared Dreamers 485 I Cheap. Contact George Mor-
is the
in lowest in this Pfc and Mrs. Buck Gill oi Top Four Bowlers $50.00 REWARD-for returnof rison. 711 S. Cherry. P. O. PlamtingINDUSTRIAL

newspaper advertisements area. / Frankfurt, Germany announce! Elaine Griffis Williams dog'with one black eye Box 1174 Starke. tfchg I
I relative to the status and 5 black spots down back. Equipment For Job
Enclosed Every
with the two- the birth of a daughter Patricia Jewelry 131 average. SALE
and operation of the Co-op. Answers to "Buster". No
page letter were cards urg- Ann, on March 17. Paternal Lavonne Jackson Dreamers Superior Tractor Co.
questions asked. 615 N.
I In answer to claims Once A Year Only
ing the re-election of Jennings grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.' 121 average. Church. Itchg
FOUR1959FOLDS J Baker and Hastings that Norka and Smith. Prescott Gill of Starke. t Hariette Holtzendorf Special Purchase PHONE EV 9-6778
i I FOR SALE-14 ft. Fiberglass 5353 W. Beaver Jacksonville. .
i;. Noegel's. 116 average. Runabout boat and trailer. Factory Authorized -- -

.--- ,- p .-. .-- .- .. .' I Majorie Wade, Rebels 115 Skis and ropes. $225. Phone EXPERIENCED WAITRESS
I WANTED. Apply In
964-3131 or after 6:30: p. m. person
average. 9691305. Itchg Garden Restaurant tfchg
,, Everybody High Games LARGE HOUSE FOR-SALE Walnut, Cherry, Ebony, WANTED day cook, 1 wait-
WantslEU I Elaine Griffis-161. Comolcttly furnished [6 Mahogany Finishes ress Herbs Drive In 367 N.

I Lavonne Jackson-153. apartments] double rarafe.. $495.00And Temple. 2tp 3-29_
210 N. Cherry: St. FOR SALE One Pflueger
, :UntouchablesBowlOver Enjoy a home plus inecme. Up Supreme Reel. 1 Casting rod,
i See J. R. Bullington Owner. 2 Spinning rods 1 set Dick
1959 I Rambler Wagon tfchr Also Sale on good used ,, Pope Skis; 1 8101am Ski and

I I Cats FOR RENT 3 room all and practice pianos. 1-14' Minnow Seine', Reason-
Alley electric equipted apartment.To able priced. Phone 9644123.
Low New i I single or Christian couple. MUSIC CENTER 2tchg 3-22
Mileage-Like I I
The Untouchables upset Phone 969-1545. tfchg

the league-leading Alley Cats FOR SALE 1025 W. University Ave. SMART GIRLS

three games to one last Fri- Ready mix concrete concrete Ph.
Ford Fordor Fairlane HOMES day night in the Mixed block piers. fence posts sand Employment in Jacksonville
1 1958 I Gainesville Fla.
Bowling League while the },I cement,mortar mix. rock. steel Florida.
: oyster shell. fimerock. and roof
: INSTITUTE for ESSENTIAL Blunder Busters won over'' gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg FOR SALE Three bed- Who can handle a responsible
500 Fordomatic-Radio & Heater Clean Bottom Scooters 2% to 1* to i i Bradford Engineering Co. room house good loc tion. position.

HOUSING close the gap on the Cats FOR SALE Equity in 3 Reasonable down payment. Who want an opportunity for

who are now leading by only bedroom concrete block home Financing arranged. Contact:
one-half game. in Saratoga Heights. Hard- I Community State Bank. ADVANCEMENTPermanent

1958 Mercury Tudor Harold Davis of the Alley I wood floors. Chain link fence. tfchg

as No Down Payment Cats led all bowlers with a I Call 964-5844. tfchg i! FOR RENT2 bedroom unfurnished career.
No experience
FOR SALE-Desirable lots apartment. Phone necessary.
Hardtop-Loaded 158 average for three games I close in. Terms. Floyd Green 964-4921. tfchg Full pay while training
and a high single game of
I Phone 9692942. lip COLONIAL FLORIST
_200 which was two less than I FOR RENT-3 room furnished Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. PAID VACATIONBirth
Pay Less than Rent Bill Nelson's]; high for the sea- apartment, large screened Flowers wired any place. Flowers -

19580-- English Ford -t son of 202.Neoma I porch private bath and en- for all occasions locally. Certificate and High
> ,Y w> Nelson had the trance. Reasonable rates. Phone 9646291. 506 East School Diploma required.

Adults Only. Phone 864-7692. Nona St. ttchg
highest average for the ladies j APPLY
Perfect-One Owner-Low Mileage ..,.... .-' '. -- -,.' with a 143 in three games, i iI ii tfchg !i:I FOR SALE-4 bedroom home. Florida State Employment
-- -- -" --- HOUSE FOR RENT-2 bed- 2 baths large utility room.
I while her high single game room unfurnished. 640 West I I separate dining room I Service
: of 157 also led the ladies in 11 Gardiner St. Phone Guy An-'screened front porch. Lot 2 413 S. W. Second Ave.

Chevrolet TudorLike that department. Ginny Rod- drews. 964-6811. 2tchg 3-29 II acres. 1126 West Madison. Gainesville, Florida.

I 1955 Nowis ermond still holds high game i i HOUSEWIVES I I Phone 964-1001. tfchg I Itchg.

for the ladies for the seaI I Fine opportunities for income i I HELP WANTED FEMALE J

New ; the time to move son with a 182. I on a full or part-time basis Sewing! machine operators. I HASTINGS MATTRESS
handling a prestige line of Immediate full time open-

your family into their : Standings W L GB I finest cosmetics !pr Avon. I, ings. No experience required. ,& UPHOLSTERY WORKS
Write Call Mrs. Donna
Home of the Future I Alley Cats 10 6 Bums or Box 448. Q Inesville, I I LAKE COMPANY.BUTLER APPAREL Itchg 710 Lemon St. Palaika

|1960 Ford 1-Ton Stake Bottom Busters 4.5 11.5 5.5 1 l Fla. Give directions to your I Furniture Repaired, Up

Get ;; Blunder Busters 9.5 6.5 % I. home and phone number. ments.pen RENT Reasonable Furnished rates.apart-Near I holstered &: RefinishedMATTRESSES

Untouchables 8 8 2 I GOOD USED Ranges and re- shopping center. Phone 969- REBUILTNew

A-1 Condition-Dual Rear Wheels \ 11 r L needed room, Modern Bottom Scooters 4% 11% 5% I fri aft>erators rd. North at prices Florida you Supply.can 2011 or call at 213 S. Cherry Innerspring
St. [Shell Oil Office.] tfchj
Top four men's average: 412 E. Pall! Rt tfchg and Box SpringsDrop
Kitchen and Bath
your Harold Davis. Alley Cats I I WE DON'T SORRY WE sold out of 98c Us A Card or Call

1959 2% Ton PickupRadio growing family needs i 165; Bill Nelson. Scooters.,I I Sell you we help you buy. Twist week have long plenty play records new. Stereo last-I PALATKA EA 5-915g
; Harry Lovell -'Good selection of new and and Monarl all kinds.
SeeS 149; Buddy Elliott. Untouchables used 8' and 10' wide Mo-I Dahmers Discount House .I MBS. PEGGY SHAH,>?R.

Heater-DeLuxe Cab ._, 146. bile Homes. Itchg 1: State-Agent

Jf PL ; how we can put you into : Top four ladies' average: LAKE GENEVA; I FURNISHED APARTMENTS:I ,
FOR SALE-2 bedroom
lights and water house
furnished. '
S-- : June Norman, Untouchables, TRAILER PARK
..:" one of the 28 lovely homes Tnouire Bullin 145 Neoma Nelson. 1 mi. SE of Keystone Hts.on .
; Scooters I "i Woct Rladiann St. tfchePEYTON 1 miles from town. Call 964-
at A Price you can afford 142; Mary Jarvis Scooters Route 100 FLORIST 2691. 2tp, 3-22

126; Jackie Williams, Busters tfcher 119 THOMPSON ST. FOR RENT Kingsley! Lab

Have Your New Home Paid For In 12 Years 121. PHONE 964.4155 furnished 2 bedroom! house.
Well heated. Available
I Top four couples: Neoma. Income TaxService NIGHT 964-3891 or 969.1022DISTINCTIVE to
FLOWERS June 1. Phone 964-42W or
I and Bill Nelson Scooters We Wire Flower 1 864-9741. tfchf
VISIT OUR Anywhere
for prtfr full y arr : 150 June Norman Har-
; and tfch>>f BE SURE to
964-3031 after 3:30 P.M. see WORLDBOOK
ry Lovell Untouchables ; before buying
FURNISHED one bedroom any encyclopedia. -
C. Rhoden
Mrs. F.
400 W. Madison ; Marty Rozier and Harold apartment for rent. W H. : :M. A. .Payne, your

I Davis, Cats 131; Mary and 1126 N. Thompson Nollman. 510 N. Cherry. ; local representative since 195&

:::' U .1 Frank Jarvis Scooters, 127. tfchf' Box 603. Ph. K4.-37H UwPACE


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BrA RJnI', FLORIDA THURSDAY., MAR. 22., 1962 s i

.. ,
'rtn..n.vm., y y.' .',' ;. val l last fall. Spending ap-4!; roy, PTA president pointed:I ment. 'TTYTTTTTTVYYTTYTYYTYTTYTYYYTTYYTYYYTYYYYYTYYNEWS community." Mrs. Marian

proved for these facilities for i out that only five, ribbons; Ardel Brannan and Ronnie I Dell president.
{ the school totaled approxi- were awarded, and Hamptor l Knight who recently joined Phone

mately $235 with $50 for'!' won three of these. The meet- the Boy Scouts Troop at Keystone CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY I BTU 5:30 p.m. Mrs Marie

r leading materials; $55 for the ing began with all singin Heights joined them in Thomas president, wishes to
By Mrs. D. E. Hill extend cordial 724-1711
a to
bicycle rack; $57 for the horizontal "America the Beautiful." led I a seven-mile hike on Satur- [By Elizabeth Given]

uAu.u.u..AAA4APTA bar and $72 for the by E. L. Brown, with Mrs. those who wish to join in withus i
ladder play equipment. I Beatrice Futch at the piano. weekend guest here with I
To Purchase much from
the different
Playground Equipment After the business meeting'i Refreshments of cakes anc L Dr. E. Shafer was Emery G. News of Tuesday night. Bishop for discussion. topics I R&SHOMES

and discussion of these coffee were served to the 2f 6 deBabony. M. D. of Mt. Clemens The 12th grade will enter- Johnson from Green Cove Evening I
Materials for remedial read- purchases Service, 7:30 Choir 2 will
film present by Mrs. J. D. Griffis. Mich. tain with a three-act play Springs win speak to the Jun- pjn. I BUILDERS, INC.
a shown ,
ing..and a bicycle rack, hori- was en-J rehearse Wednesday night
titled Mrs. James Gnann, Mrs. C. R Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fisher "Rebel Without A Cause" on ior Church at 11 a.m. Sunday;
Steps to Start
zontal bars and ladder for 'j March 28 at 7 All Service
p.m. mem-
the playground about community cooperation'! Cox, Mrs. Marklee Norman,, and Mrs. Gene Clouse of I Friday, March 30 at" 8:15: Mack Lee and John Solomon I Complete Building
were approvedfor bers asked to be present. A
to solve and Mrs. D. H. Crawford. I Bradenton were overnight pjn. in the RJE cafetorium. in charge. The pastor asks all
common problemsi
purchase .by Elementary i business DOWN
Hampton -: meeting for planningthe NOTHING
: Leading characters Frank- adults to the i
Plans were made for two.1 guests here Sunday and Mon- are support youth-

PTA for school use; Mrs. Rebecca Jusick and'{I more meetings during this>' day of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. : lin Richardson, Robert Nathaniel Mary McBride reporter. choir's anniversary will be i I

at the meeting in the school Mrs. Ramona Worley teachers school year: one in April witha L II i Hill. Saturday visitors at them Lonnie Johnson and Allen Chapel Church Rev.L. announced later-Maurice J.I' 10 YR. FINANCING SHELL OR COMPLETED

auditorium Tuesday night of the 4th 5th and 6th program by students fro L I Hill home were Mrs. Ruth Evelyn Young with a fine A. Sampson pastor will White, reporter. HOMES iI

March 13.Present. grades which received ribbonsat the eight grades and a closingmeeting I Mills and Mrs. T. W. King of support cast of 19 other Seniors observe Trustee Day this Sunday \ Chapel Program ROOM HOME
balance in the treas-
the regional science fair I in May featuring a,t Jacksonville under the direction of starting >with Sunday The
grade class at RJE
ury was given $347.55 $4495 COMPLETELY FINISHEDRepairsAlterationsAdditions
as last
month were commended I !
covered dish supper. Mrs. F. S. Pierce. School at 9:45: ajn. Morning

much of which was earned at for their work with students I Injured In Accident 1I.1---------------. . . . .. Musical Worship, 11 ajn. Evening presented an informative and I
the annual Hallowe'en Carni- I.-- colorful Pre-St. Patrick's Day
on their projects. W. P. McEl-
While to work RJE's Band and Chorus and 6
riding Monday Service
; program in the cafetorium at I Call Collect or Write-No Obligation
-I morning, March 12, Miss BROOKER the Anderson Junior High: Mr. Thompkins chairmanof 9:30
: ajn. Wednesday March
Betty Durling and Dr. E.; School will present a recital': the Trustee Board, asks all 14. The teacher Mrs. Alma G. I 10155 Atlantic Blvd. Jacksonville, Fla.

Shafer of Hampton, were hit at 3 pm. Sunday, April 1, inj members to remember to
I Moffett and pupils hats
By Shirley Green wore
: by a car driven by Robert.1 RJE cafetorium. Tickets may, make a report to the leaders styled in I i
I green and orange
TAX NOTICE Austin I,I AAAA&AAA&aaaaa&aaa& be secured from of the! the
of Lawtey. Miss Dur- ---------------------- any for support of the church.
I material with green cockadeson
1: ling and Dr. Shafer were tak- I II band or chorus members, or All board chairmen are ask-
.I Mrs. L. R. Waters of Ala, top. Mrs. Moffett is grate-
to the Reno Theatre. ed to make their final
: en Baptist Hospital in Jack- please
chug Mrs. Clara Priest and ful to all who helped this pro-

sonville, and are still under Mrs. Willie Kinzer of Archer Civil Defense reports Sunday night for the gram to be a success .especially Many Many Thanks
treatment. Both cars were The Civil Defense Class will balance of the budget money.
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mesdames George and Len- ,
severely damaged. meet each Tuesday night in The Stewards met Sunday
T. W. Markey Friday after- non who made the costumesfor
i Paula McElroy Has Party noon. the RJE library with Mrs. from 5 to 6 p.m. with the pasAll the occasion.

Paula McElroy whose 11th!I Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Royal instructor. l i tor at the parsonage. Steward To the good people of Bradford County for reelecting -
I Bobby; Bran- Our chapel program is !
; birthday is March 23, cele- persons interested in attend Board No. 1 served refresh-
1 nam of Palatka visited Mr. scheduled for Wednesday I me to the office of School Board, District Three,
i i brated early with a party at: ing the class may contact I ments. I
| and Mrs.Roy Green last week-
March 28, at which time the
All taxes on Real Estate Personaland I| the W. P. McElroy home Saturday Mrs. L. M. Royal or PrincipalEddie The Trustees will meet I without opposition in the May Primaries.
5th and 6th grades, Mrs. Mau-
i afternoon, March 17. end.Mr.. Thompkins. March 25 at the church. All
and Mrs. M. P. Mathenyof rice J. White teacher will
Intangible Property will be delin- Entertainment for the 20 Gainesville American Legion Auxiliary members are asked to be pres- I appreciate your confidence more than words can
were visiting present a skit called "Good II
present included games and Remember the 5th Annual.1{ ent and on time; 5 to 6 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Baxter Neighbor." The life of Dr. I will continue in the to work for
I express. as past,
refreshments and the showingof Banquet and Ball that will be j Junior church meeting and
quent on April 1st. Friday afternoon.Mr. I George Washington Carver
1 a film.Carolyn I' and Mrs. Frank Tinneyof sponsored by the American 1 rehearsal will be held at 5 I will be narrated, and Hardrich the betterment of our schools and bus facilities, and

Morrow Weds Legion Auxiliary on March 31 p.m. each Monday in the

The majority of the have Carolyn Morrow of Thom-j Gainesville visited Mr. and from 8:30 to 12:30 in the RJE church. All parents are askedto Taylor teacher of social stud- to improve our school buildings, as well as our ed-
people Mrs. T. W. Markey and Mr. ies at RJE will be guest speaker. -
; asville Ga., became the bride I and Mrs. Earl Green Saturday cafetorium. Levy's Continental send your children to the The School Safety Patrol ucational and recreation program.It .

taken of Noyes Capehart Long Jr., Combo of Lake City will play meeting.
advantage of the discount. How- night. will be officially installed at
; on Sunday, March 4, at St. Miss Dian Dukes of Lake for your listening and dancing I The pastor and membersI this meeting. The invitation I has been a pleasure to work with you in the past,
i! Thomas Episcopal Church pleasure. If you miss this affair -I regret to learn that Mrs. Irene I II
ever there are a few that still have I! Butler visited Mr. and Mrs. is always open for the public I
not ; Thomasville. The bride is the j you will miss a treat.-i Thomas has returned to the I and I hope that you will feel free to call on me in
| Eudell Vaughn and daughters to attend these
paid their tax. We daughter of Mr. and Mrs.I i Saturday. Mrs. L. M. Royal, president. J hospital I programs. I i I iI the future at any time I can be of service.

hope they will pay i M. W. Morrow, former resi-- Ronnie Houghtaling and his Club News New Bethel Baptist Church, Allen Chapel. Macclenny Ii i

: dents of Hampton. The Social and Savings I 1 Rev. Levy Lennon pastor, will
Rev. A. Vinson Sunday
not later than April .1st in order to save Guest Speaker Here Sunday I Palmetto mother, Mrs.were Houghtaling Sunday guestsof of Club held its regular meet-I I School 9:30: pastor.am. Morn- have a ground-breaking ceremony -i

: Rev. Charles Phipps, Baptist Miss Kathryn Prescott and ing Monday night at the Reno -I ing Worship, 11 ajn. Citywide at 3 p.m. Sunday March j i' ETHAN A. SAPP

the penalty, advertising fee and any other chaplain at Florida State Mrs. Doshia Prescott. Theatre with the president i Evangelism, 3:30: p.m. WMSJ' 25. The public is invited to :

i i Prison at Raiford, will be Steve Kelley of Jacksonville presiding. Mrs. Bernice Mor- meets at 5 pmto discuss II attend-Mrs. J. D. Louis re- i

costs that the law requires to be added. : guest speaker at both Sunday visited his mother Mrs. Rosa ris was host and served a delicious "What we can do to help our porter. .

morning and evening services repast. I
Kelley Sunday afternoon.
: at Hampton Baptist Church The Band Parents Club will I

This office will be glad to cooperatein next Sunday, March 25. j Miss Iris Brown of Jackson- meet Monday night. March
ville visited her mother Mrs.
: Rev. W. McElroy began 26, at RJE high school. Mr. I

any way for the advantage of the tax- i revival services Monday at the H.Juanita O. Brown Stalnaker Saturday., Sue and Monroe asks all parents and :EA BUSINESS DIRECTORY I

: Baptist Church in De Leon Brenda McDavid, Mrs. Ken- interested patrons to attend i

Springs where Rev. Wilbur and help make plans for the
neth I Ic
Green and Shirley Green I'LL .. -
...... ; ...
; Hall is pastor, and will continue attended the "Holiday on Ice" benefit of the band. Mrs. .- : .'. .; ,
--- ----
i there through next Sunday Alma Jenkins president.
Last Sunday afternoon Citywide EvangelismSets
-,._._. sonville Saturday night.
Rev. McElroy guest Major Crusade ,
I A-2c and Mrs. Creig Woodof
speaker at services at the The first major Crusade of Hull's Brake Supply"BRAKE Johnson & Faris
Albany Ga. were weekend VOLKSWAGEN ,
prison chapel at Raiford, and Evangelism will be held in Sewing Machine
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd SPECIALISTS"Fer Inc.Catnplete .
attending with him were D. E. New Bethel Baptist Churchat Sales Service -'Parts
Wood. Every Car or Truck line eC Service Co.
1 Hill and George Birt. 3 p.m. Sunday March 25. Motors !
i Miller-Brown
Mrs. Iva Douglas accom- Turning Grinding Reliaing SEEDSrLANTS-
J. R. KELLY Personals Directing the crusade will be New Dome'Wbfte
panied Miss Dorothy Ross of While You Wait FERTILIZERS
Rev. J. P. Franklin secretary Inc.
Pearsall who
:. Henry spent Starke to St. Augustine Fri- 1111 S. :Slain Gainesville I FR Z-35JS tosectiddea -Pet Supplies Necchi PlaIt
several days in Bradford of Board of Evangelism, Gen-
Sales & Service
y. FR 2-9829 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreader
S i last week day.Mr. eral State Baptist Convention. 1030 E- University Aw.
County Hospital
Repairs On All Make
TAX COLLECTOR and Mrs. Sonny Jones 224 N. W.. tth Ave.
I after heart attack his Teaming with Rev. Franklin -
a at and baby' of Gainesville were Gainesville I FR 2.0476Gainesville. 815 W. Univ. Ave., Gainesvijm
I farm home near Hampton, in the initial crusade is 276-1075
Sunday guests of his mother
moved to the Veterans' an anticipated 50 voice choir
BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA I was Mrs. Lottie Jones. .

I Hospital in Lake City last Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markeywere under the direction of B. T. B & G Motors Co. HI.FISTEREO ,

'weekend for further treat- in Lake business I Marshall. Accompanying musicians Mauldin's ROOFING
City on
I I are Miss Lottie B. Eng- CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE Top Tunes"The
Monday.Mr. .
lish and Mrs. Willie Mae Ran- Auto Glass F85 HILLMAN
and Mrs. Alan Mess-
dolph. The choir is recruited I COMPLETE STOCK CURVED Sales and Service. Biggest Little Record The Helzel Co.
more of Ocala were weekend
.V\> > $, j from gifted singers of this 2001 N. W. 13th. Bt 411 Shop in the South"131F'I
XYii '. C *
%\ NVv t.: :Ax ; Green.guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. area. GLASS FR 6.7515 Stereo Component Dealer ROOFING SHEET METAL

Speaker for this occasion Pilot Harman Karden
& Door Glass *
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry AIR CONDITIONING
Rev. C. B. Daily of KLH Fairchild Garrard
e a : and daughter of Gainesvillewere Replaced In Any Make DODGE LANCER ]No Job Too Large Or Too Small
Jacksonville. 811 W. Union A,'e. Gainesville
2oz 8. E. 4th St. Gainesville
Sunday guests of Mr.
Car Or Truck SLMCA
Prayer will be held at the FR 2-3728
and Mrs. M. O. Harrell. FE 2-1191
Sales Parts Service
following churches as an- We Handle Safety Glass

. 9 ii > :L1b Mrs. Mary Green and Mrs. nounced by Rev. J. P. Frank- FR 6-2358 USED CARS TOO I
,, H. O. Brown visited their sis-
e c{ 5 with Poole-Gable Motors LADIES WEARCherry's
ter. Mrs. Virgie Hale in lin: New Hope, p.m., 1314[ S. Main Gainesville I SHOES

.. Worthington Sunday after- Deacon John Diggs leader. 119 S. E. 1st Ave. Gainesville
: Ebenezer Baptist, 6 pin., with FK 2-4543

- L : A# noon.Mr. Deacon Hoza Hawkins leader.
: and Mrs. T. W. Markey Bob's Shoe Store

I\:. ,. '.: e. visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank The following homes will GainesTille'fl Most Fashionable

Tinny in Gainesville Tuesday.Mr. hold prayer at 12 noon: Mrs. Butler's Radiator CAMERAS\ Address For Ladles j Shoes for The Entire Family

Y and Mrs. Earl Green
.<, ., I nie Smith, Mrs. Sophia Royal ServiceMost CHARM SET FOR WOMEN
-- Miss Linda Green and Tom- ACCESSORIES
: Mrs. Everlina Wilson and Modern Cores In Stock. Fuller's F 010 Inc. ENDWELL FOB CHILDREN
my Cox of Lake Butler attended 05 W- University Gainesville
... Mrs. Clementine Bryant. :Bags Millinery Accessorial
Sd>. the "Holiday on Ice"shoe Repairs All Cars Trucks "YOUR CAMERA SHOP"Headquarters .
rfl : Church News 21 W. University Gainesville
National Trailer Rental For
in Jacksonville Sunday

}7I afternoon.We Mt. Moriah Methodist 519 S. W. 4th Ave., GainesvilleFR Cameras &: Photo Supplies MOVER '
l' Rev. L. H. McLen-
fl 'would like to welcomeMr. 2-0496 T. V. Stamps
don pastor, will hold regular VACUUM CLEANERS
619 W. Univ. Ave. Gainesville
\ and Mrs. Eudell Vaughn with -, !
I 1. and daughters Debbie and services Sunday starting \ FR 2-0713 i Gainesville
.. '
Church School at 9:30 am. I II
into community.
Sandra, our ,
I All Hakes Of Vacuums.
Morning Service, 6:30 p.m, .
They moved here Saturday in charge.- COMMERCIALREFRIGERATION "If It Needs Repair
.1 with the pastor IMPERIAL CHRYSLER Mayflower

un Mr 2 \\h. tv from Miami. Harry Young lay leader re PLYMOUTH VALIANT Bring In To Kirby

The Garden Club will havea Authorized Sales Parts
Authorized Distributor
: : Bethel Free Will Baptist Refrigeration DISTANCE MOVING Kirby
bake sale Saturday mornIng -
1 Church. Rev. Louis McKay Storage And Crating
March 24. at 10 a.m. in Service Co. Kirby
w pastor. Senior choir will meetat '
Gainesville FB '.511
front of Green's Store. HawesPowersMotor
'C.yyA 'I 5:30 p.m. Saturday instead Sidney Leopold Owner Sales & Service

: Conuaercial Refriftrati
TTTTTT TTTTYT.YYY.yyyy---- Co. -
MUSIC SUPPLIES 12 8. W. bt Gainesville
.. Air
'- grandmother. Mrs Leila Wil FB 2-2561 FR 6-7110

7 wosfefert be.without my .GRAHAMBy lis. 204 N. Main Gainesville Ice Makers

DRYER"" James Starling of Gainesville Used Can 312 N. Dish Sold And Serviced Anytime I
ELECTRIC Lillian's Music Store"Gainesville
BLAMELESS Richard Cain is spending some time FB 63499 i Gainesville 7R 2-8392 t I WELDING

with his aunt, Mrs. Basil Da- Heights FR 6-7700
"AAAA' A && & & 4 I Leafer"

Jost look at my nest door neighbor.Tie soft and fresh as a flower.No son-fade,no vis.Miss J Universal Welding

pity k fiat her> wash wM almost dry. wind-damage dust- udgex aching Mrs. Jennings, Starling and Dianna Starling of Mi- LINCOLN MEBCUSY CONCRETE PRODUCTS SinceERAKAVES UU

then w-o-o4 ...a sadden gust of rain back!! And the time saved can be spent. children, and Mrs. Maurice ami was a guest of Miss Sharon j COMET FIAT METCOB WINTE&-
in much/better ways rib my family. Starling and daughter of Mi- Cain last Saturday.Rev. INSIST THAT ALL YOUR CompanyPipe
fve been temng-her to get smart and ami were visiting Mr. and Authorized Salsa Servic* } CONCRETE PRODUCTS CABLE
For freedom from ', and Mrs. C. L. Red- PIANOS! FLINORGANS
gait liftiD&.lugzio&. and_ doing pompson compfep modem-day Mrs. H. E. Starling last week. ARE THE BEST PROM olunras Steel Fabrtt&-
a fjfttfvs) fo8- washday drudgery,"yoa'H enjoy they Mr.. and Mrs. T rmfc Hines ding of Raiford visited Mrs.Dolly Parts CHORD OJroA.'lS$151$371 tion Steel Repair Track
Electric Burnside last Sunday. Edwards BuilSupply
"togethemsrft rf Samefess
a Bodiea
... it &af what: aaEfedrie Gainesville visited Mrs Trained Mechanic Qsod Guitars Druma Sheet -
'ram, poor,
erto Dryer, an Electric Washer,.an Electric Miss Shirley and Sindy SPECIAL DESIGN
D; foe.A home without a Zack Raulerson last Saturday.Mr. Gainesville visited Used Can Inc. Music
"at-downMIronerar>dasup T-fastsupep- Hines of Ornamental'
Iron Work
t fbmeka Electric Dryer would seem old- and Mrs. Everett Greenof 728 8. Ualn FP. 2-"" Budgets
safe Electric Water Heater for all the Miss Fay Dyal over the week- 519 S. Main Gainesville
fstitinw1 day, I Starke visited his daughter FB "SUI
to me :now. Night or hot water you need &x you Deed iL Barkley Motors Gainesville PIa. FE 6-7451
can begh at time and weather.Gone is Mrs. Roy Starling, last week. end.Mrs. 112 S. E. First, Gainesville
I .Abner Padgett of Hague 615 N. !.Iaia. Gainesville t
the pressure of washday.I just pop the Mr. and Mrs. Bill Finley of Saturdayand ELECTRIC MOTORS I -
was in our section '
towels,linens,shirts,Eugene blue jeans See yew Jacksonville were business .
that her father,
and my little prTs school, dresses into my electric oppliouxdeoter e visitors here last Saturday.Mr. reported is much bet- Electric Motor POWER SAWS YARNSTOYSJack
John Surrency
IJkctrfc Dryer and presto.in! DOtiJne'Iii : today.FlfiiBAfPQWEl r and Mrs. Colen Ratliff Crane Motor Co.
ter after a long illness.
s,eier7tbid aotaes 01g care 1fkJN /tat\ and sons of Gainesville visit- Mrs. Emma Hebre of Indianapolis lARK ANGLIA Repair Co. HaCUtLOCH

ed ,his parents. Mr. and Mrs. ENGLISH FOElMERCEDES
Ind. is visiting her OF GAINESVILLE, INC. and Jill

L. E. Ratliff, last Sunday.Mr. BENZ VOLVO CHAIN SAWS
son-in-law and daughter Mr. COUPLETS ELECTRIC Open Till f:H On Friday

l pfllgl $! t and Mrs. Russell Starling and Mrs. Tom Lefevers. Authorized Sales a: Service Marof@AiJ'B NEW.uBm SALES A Complete Line Of

of Gainesville visited her Mrs. Kate starling had as "Compete Service fat Afl AND HSWICS"D&r&oter BFJiVIC.EFlorida 1'uuNee&wort -NIUdI

...Art !lt.U'U.NOI parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Hakes of Saw Co. Free Instruction!

1 LICIT COMPANY Jones Saturday. Lewis Starling of Gainesville SOS E. University Aw.FB New Lincoln Motorf FSf44ll Toys Games DsHi -

HeWNS BUILD fLORIDA Miss Carline Melton and, :Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ortagusof 24251Gainesville. m z-all 2521 N. B. 18tb Dr. Hobbles
i s help quiz rw her Melton of Waldo and Mrs.. .
Arthur near Jacksonville
i.wtsmuaoa-t Ra 1030 B. Man 0ath.uyilll oaLtavi>Fe W W. Uriversity. 0t.tnetvWt
were weekend guests of their Jones of Gainesville.

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Sunday School 9:45: a.m. 66-6 y 1 t NOTICE Salary, Circuit Judges and .

Morning Worship 11 a.m. Eve- WITH YOUR The Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County, Secretaries t_. .m &. 1288.08 1,210.08 ';

ning Worship. STATE .FARM! i will meet on April 3, 1962, at 10:00 A.M., for the purpose of I Salary and Expenses, State Tto11ih 234.24 417.96
r .
+ 'Wednesday Prayer Meet- -COUNTY AGENTa hearing; requests and complaints regarding the Amended Salary, Assistant State Attorney.i 165.00

.- [By Mrs. E. F. Mayton] Budget for the General Fund, for the year 1961-62, and from Salary Court Reporter 210.72 198.00
jng -7
pm.Everyone -
; l' : 7.
I is invited attend AAAAAAAAAAAAAjAAAAAAA. day to day thereafter if it deems it necessary. :Maintenance & Repairs, County jju 750.00 F & F Fund 'J

...services.. 9 ; Friends Mrs- O.E. Cros- GENERAL FUND Law Administration Supplies and
\ Church t 1 by and Mrs. Gene Stephens .r Amended Budget for Fiscal Year ending'Sept. 30, 1962' Expenses 500.00 600.00 j

GRAHAM .HIGHLAND -fr are glad to note they are able j j.-Estimate of Receipts: Last Year This Year Tubercular Hospital for Indigents' 2000.00 2.250.00 I

Week.of March 25: BAPTIST CHURCHI :BAPTIST CHURCH ; c to be home from the Bradford j i, Taxes j8.24 Hills on assessed valuationof Insanity Inquiries "'-t X 1\\,' 750.00 750.00
Sunday Church .-School 'Sunday SchOol, '9:43: ;a. m.: County Hospital. $9,259,138.00 $ 76,295.30 Relief Allowances and Juvenlje. "
for all. ages, and Membership Sunday School, 10 a. m.t :30 p7n/.Prayer 'Meet(,ucb q I I L. W. Pace underwent 'surgery Grants and Donations-Library 7,855.79 Clothes ," '.. 6500.00 5.00000

Training Class for Seniors Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Wednesday,'7:30 p..m. L in Bradford County Hospital Railroad and Telegraph License 1000.00; 500.00 Hospital Service for Indigents, 8720.00 8.88500

and ;.Intermediates. i;Morning Training Union, 6:30 p. JP. .. last:week. iHe now is reported -Racing Monies 47,300.00 64,245.00 Salary, County Service Officer *> 3,000.00 3.00000

Worship, 11 A-m. Snack .Supper Sveninf- Service; 7:30p.. m. CHRISTIAN CHURCH 13By ithproved.Mr''and Insurance Agent's License 500.00i Salary and Expenses, Civil Defense
for ..MYF 6 ''pjn. Youth Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 18. SUNDAY ,SL VICES }Irs. 'Ralph Upton Director -' 600.00 95000: F
Meetings and .Membership p. m.-Rev. C. L. Redding, pas. I ;were guests of -Mr. Upton's i Control-State Board of ."
Training Class for Juniors. tor; Cat! Clarke, Minister' :parent in Chipley over the Health, State I 10,672,38 10,430.00Mosquito I Equipment for Civil Defense 250.00 1.000.00
Evening Service, 7:30 pjn. 10:00':: .i.' in 'Bible''I::+ChQ01 .G. T..Hoggins weekend.Mr. .-- Control-State Board of Mosquito Control, State, County!; ." \

Monday .MYP .-Bub-Dis' :FIRST PRESBYTEBIAN' iliOO; ( a..m. Worship and Com- I---- 1 1#_ 4# .'and: Mrs.: 'Fred Russell ,, Health, State H 2,520.64 3.343.80 and CityCounty'Free 1 20,264.79 22,26200 J;I
CHURCH municn. 'spent the weekend in St. Au Library "'12498.79 10.20S84
trict Banquet in Fellowship I'Strawberry Notes State Matching Funds-Hospital 2,500.00 2,665.00
I gustine.' County Agent's Salary and Expenses 4,500.00 4,50000 i
Hall 7:30: p.m X. 'Cherry St. *' With of vi- Taxes 6.54 mills' Assessed Val. I .
,390 the.-variety- .ae
E''EftGRbEN I Mr; and Mrs. -Harold Far- Diem 150 00)
County Agent'sIileage and Per
TuesdayCubScout 'Pack Sunday- Sunday School 9:45: .ties some attention of $9,988,250.00 65,323.16'Taxes ,",
CHURCH requiring mouthand familY of Ocala
'0 meeting in Fellowship Hall, k:'ni! Morning Worship 11 a. in BAPTIST i 2.00 mills on $9,988,250.00, for Home'Demonstration Agent's Salary'
during this season of the year. were guestsof Mrs. Far-
1:30 p.m. Youth .FeJ1owehip 6 p. m. t .Sunday School -10a.. "la. 018.Indebtedness 19,977.67 and Expenses 3,150.00 3.15000
mouth's Mrv and Mrs.L.
day to parents .
Wednesday 'Gainesville Thursday: -iChoir. Practice 8 .TraTnJnf Monday was my Home Demonstration Agent's mileageand
t 1 Preaching, 11a. m. .- M. MU'phy.J Candidates Filing Fees 500.00 .'.
District,WSCS ,,annual ,meeting i p. ma i Union .6:30: .p..m.' Preaching' .visit ,the strawberryauction.I MrsI-L.: Murphy is.spending Occupational License 1,500.00 1,200.00 Per Diem 10000

i OcalaFirst .Church. 8:30 : Friday ,Junior -Choir..and ,:7:30 pi m. Prayer :Meeting expect more than 1,500 'this week-end in Thomas- Beverage License 1,000.00 400.00 I I Demonstration and Illustration T; '
alL Prayer Meeting and Bible Recreation 3:30: p. m. ,Wednesday 7:30 'pV m. flats of berries came through'the -ville.Ga. guest of her I Material 200.00 100 t 00 I
as son Excess Fees, Tax Assessor 1750.00 500.00 -
Study, 7:30: p.m. .,Wednesday Bible study, auction. The,inspector.was 4 I ;'
I and family Mr. and Mrs. Cur- Excess Fees, Tax Collector 1,750.00Excess 500.00 4-H Club Camp (Girls) & State ,. 't
730 Js. 2. Norman, -dumping samples ) '
Thursday 'Chancel Choir TOULAfl BAPTIST CHURCB p. m. -on-the job tiss-Jdurphy.I Short Course \ 200.00 Ion 00
from each lot and markipg a Fees Clerk Circuit Court 1500.00 500.00
rehearsal, 7:30: pm. Sunday School 10 m. pMtor. Mr.-and airs Fred Cannon 4HClub ( ) & State a. grade -on the .-load-You couldsee I Excess Fees, County Judge 1,750.000 500.00 Camp Boys ;
SaturdayStork Hour for, ,Morning Worship 11 a. m. and daughter,-Charolette, and Short Course 200:00: 10000
the ;Starke
.AHIPARK 8.4PTlSTCHURCU i therdifference in City of Donations to Library 720.000 760.00Grants
Primary Department,- 2:30: Training 'Union 6:30 p. m. Mrs. Julia Kingson' were visitors Forest Farmer 2147.47 2.329 34
I product and you could hear and Donations, Mosquito .
I in live Oak last weekend.
p.m. Evening
Service. 7:30: p. in.-- r Clerk, Office i 1,500.00 1.65000Fire
variation in price accord- County Agent's
Rev. Luther A. McGee, pastor. .Sunday'-School.* 9:45 a. ,me the : Mrs Marion Crews Sr., of Control 6,721.46 5.000.00 3.99000
-BAYLESS .,IUGBW c Morning Worship, 11:15. ing to grade. Hampton, visiting Mr. and Other Revenue Receipts 1,300.00 2,000.00 -
1 SCHEDULE training .Union( 6r30 t 'P.. m. I Relieve the top !price was Mrs'BobbyPierson: this week. Refund Advertising Delinquent Taxes 500.00 Recreation I Payable Section. 418) 6283.12 6.28312: ::

FIRST CHRISTIAN Evening Service 7:15.Rev.. $3.70 or :$3.80 ,per flat. A good Miss Jaan JDugger, of Jacksonville Publicity and Public ImprovementC.

Sunday SC&OQ!, -10 a. ,m CHURCH Robert Haisten ;pastor, ; majority sold for $3-30 .to 3.50 spent last week at Total Estimated Receipts $167,135.57 $179,344.63Less ( 4000.00) 5,000.00 5.000 00

Morning Worship>, 11 a. m. 537 W. Call St., Starke 1SOUTHSIDE I per: flat/1 The inspector was .her'home'here. 5 Per Cent 8356.78 8,967.23 Suwanne Valley Development Authority 1.50000 :

Training Union., 6 .p. mCUUSCH ;;Bob L. Badsett Minister ..CHTJRCH OF very kind to show 'and .tell Miss Virginia Erwin, of I 95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts $158,778,79 $170.377.40 Payment Outstanding Indebtedness 10000.00 19.00000

Evening+ Service1; ? p.'mTPray: Cor W. Call & Christian( .CdItIST' i I the grower how he could improve Jacksonville spent the' 'week- i Balances to Be Brought Forward: Cash Courthouse and Annex Capital
er im*8 tag, 'Wednesday, ,,7 his package.Several: of '
p. end with her'parents, Mr. and (Mos. Cont. -
) (State I & II)
Sunday 9:45 JL \ 4,450.31 7,900.00Liquid Expense 4000.00 4.50000
School : a. S mLS: ea ,sOt/
m, Chair ;practice Wednesday I 'our usual top .growers did-not Mrs. Bryan Erwin.
8 -Church Worship, 10t45> : ra.. m. .Sunday-4Bible: Clitasea. 10 'a. .Quality rand Investments (Cost) (Mos. Cont.) Purchase of Property 1000.00 1.00000
!> m. receive top price. ; -Dr. and "Mrs. J. D. Simpson
Chi Rho, 5:30: p. m. Choir In.; $embly' Worship with appearance set the price. liave returned from several (Local Fund) 2,980.00 Equipment for :MosquitoControl 6100.00 6,69140
CHURCH practice, 6:30: p. m. Cn','J'p. the Lord's Supper, li "a. m.; few small
Throwing a
'days visit iri New Orleans, Total Estimated '
and Total .
:pl; Prayer Meeth>g, 7iW),. p. Evening;' Assembly! Worship Receipts Appropriations 163092.21 $178.93i514
BT. B. T. WffllftBS, tutor berries just might be the key !where they attended the 135th
m. Wednesday. iiinister, 6:3op.: :'mWednesoay-' :- ;' to a better grade and then PostGradUate Assembly of Balances $163,229.10 181257.40 Reserve for Contingencies (Mos.

Sunday i :School 10 'ju .m.. Bible ClattW,I, better. prices.As Doctor's of Medicine. (Mileage Levied Last. Year 8.24, Estimated This Year 8.54)) I Cont.) 2000.00) 136.89 2.321 :26

Montfnf rWorship} 11 ,*. m.: BOATDRAIX BAPTIST :30 p. In.J reminder again to GENERAL FUND Total Budget 163229.10 $181.257:

rv nini"worship'7 p. la! Pray CHlftCH .. help hold a leaf spot under con- .BElL RONN BRADFORD COUNTY This is a true correct copy of.the Budget as adopted by the t,

er meeting.Wednesday 7 p.: ;AL ih.' PENTECOSTAL trol and aid in cutting down BAPTIST CHURCH Amended Budget for the Fiscal Year Ending Sept. 30th, 1962 Board Qf County Commissioners of Bradford County on Matvh f
Sunday School, 10 a.
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. HOLINESS"CHURCH on 'fruit rot Captan is the Prayer Meeting_ Wednesdays, Last Year This Year 16, 1962. f

,ilYENTH'DAYADt&CriST Training'Union-6:30: p. m. Eve 324 'W. --Brownlee' St. '- only material now. 730': 'P. m. Rev. Joe Roop, Salaries, 'County Commissioners 6,000.00 6,000.00Mileage CHARLES A. DARBY CARL PREVAT'fClerkCircuit

CHURCH ning Worship, 7:30 p. m. t Sunday "School, 10 a. to. "Captan dust will ,stick -on Sunday :'S hool, 10 a, m. Per Diem County Court ChairmanThe

.. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, Morning Worship, 11 'a. m. the berries sometimes long Horning Worship; 11 a. m. Commissioners 500.00 1,000.00 I
7:30 p. m.LAUREL. Evangelistic Service, '7:30-P. tnough to 'make them less Training :Union 6:30: p. m Expenses, County Commissioners 1,500.00

Saturday! : : m. Wednesday Prayer "Meet- attractive. Quality is not-hurt Evening WorshIp, 7:30 p. m. Salary, Clerk to Board 7,500.00 7,500.00 New 'Scr/pto

11.&. at Located between Wil. MISSIONARY ing, 7:30 p. m. Saturday but price will be. Therefore, 11:30-p. m. Evening Worship Mileage, Per'Diem, Clerk & .
.ton- !'Sack'dmd .Grinis Loop Youth Service 7:30: p. m.- spray if you possibly can. Sunday School 10 a.m.Morn .Finance -
;x...L. Marley, pastor. PbaneH4.1S2. BAPTIST CHURCH David T. McGhee. pastor. i, Once a week is a good sched- ing Worship, 11 a. m. Surlay Officers 200.00 Business Line

: .(. ,RVJ,!).._E.: Willis.Pastor .- ::; ;' ;'C : ;i 4.1lII Evening ;8ervice 7:45 p. m.p Salary, Supervisor of Registration 900.00 900.00 Ball Pens
; e ,
= : ::: ; I ule.Don't >ml Prayer .Meeting Friday, Mileage, Per Diem, Supervisor
-- -,-... L. __ __ ___ pick berries too green 7:45 .
;;;..:-_ 1 .. p. BLTHE Registration 100.00
; \. t tbut do keep up with pickingso and Refills
.,.-I., that if we do'get a day of :RIGHT ..POINT for the Attorney to Board 25.00 25.00 I
I rain and cannot pick, loss will way you .-write.Come .in and' Mileage, Per Diem, County Attorney 300.00
: : be less. We are harvesting select jour favorite ESTER- Administrative Fees,Clerk Circuit BUSINESS WHITING ;

'13 :; IT"S ILLE'GAL' -' early, but average price
.been good. We look for a good GRAPH. .. Office.of-Tax Assessor 9,000.00 11,000.00 only eachREFILLABLE I

season. Compensation, ''Purpose of Better
> i : Monday Night Meeting* Notice of >'pp1leatloa
i for Tax Deed Equalization 2,500.00
That was last Monday NOTICE IS "HEREBY GIVEN, !

Fot.Any'Persoh r Persons to 'Eng agein i night,_and will'be again'Monday that holderof FlossieLee, t-'3eUawiae Mitchell FUficates the- .--Office Coroners of Inquest Tax Collector and Fees 9,000.00 250.00 11000.00
night week. 'The" "Vo-Ag 'has filed said certificates '
for a tax deed to be'iSlLued :Maintenance & Repairs, Courthouse witH 1
500.00 500.00Salary Refills 1 lOc
sponsored Ornamental Horticultural -
i t .* E thereon. The' certificate numbersand of Janitor ea.
Class met and will years of.Issuance, the description 3,380.00 3,640.00 .

t ,Business Und r A Fictitious 'Name Unless] meet. M. B. Jordan led the the Barnes of,in the which property it was, and as- Courthouse & Annex Utilities and *. BLUE: \

discussion on using fertilizerin sessed are as follows: Fuel-Exps. 3,500.00 3,250.00 e,
Certificate No. 32 Year of Issuance *
home improvement & "
your J958 Description of Prop- Repairs, County BLACK '
program. erty Lot 1 & 2 of. Blk 24 in N Buildings

Tie Name Is Registered t Can't review it all because .Reno S-D Loonie Name flowersAll in which assessed Elections and Registrations 2,500.00 2,250.00 3000.00 250.00 RED ..

it was a two-hour .discussion. pf said property being in Legal Advertising
the County of Bradford State of 1,000.00 1,200.00 FINE OR MEDIUM POINTS
\ t It was good last Monday night Florida Advertising Delinquent Taxes 300.00 500.00 ,!
and will be good on April 2nd. Unless such., certificate or ,
certificates shall be redeemed Supplies, Expenses, Insurance, The
most economical
I '. The meeting is held in the according to .law the property
Read This Florida Law : j Commissioners Only
Vo-Ag building at 7:30 p.m. Described in such certificate or 750.00 1500.00
You oughta-be there. certificates will be sold to the Supplies,Expenses Insurance,
highest bidder at the court house writing ever devised.
wIt Equine Encepgalomyelitis door on the first .Monday in County Officials 5,000.00 6,000.00 I
Month of .
April, 1962 whieh is
Is the technical Discharge Fees of Prisoners
name 100.00
the of -
2.day April 1962
shall J be. unlawful, fw any person -persons I u defined herein, ttntage what we call "sleeping sick- I Dated this' 6 day of March, :Salaries Juvenile Judge:& Counselor 1,300.00 1,300.00
ness" in horses. Several vari- 1962 Youth t 1. h" Bradford County Telegraph
in business as :herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein de- Charles A. Darby Counseling Service and .
!.. eties of wild birds are said to Clerk .of Circuit Court of Expenses
l -.i I 500.00 20Q.OO
Bradford County Florida :
be carriers
fined without.and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the of this disease. 3-8 4t 3-29 j
.' "'''' f .. Mosquitoes and possibly other . -..- -

elerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business fection.biting insects transmit the in-1. ,' ... ... ,. ,_ '\

U;:with registration shall consist of filing with the elerk.aforesaid an affidavit There is no specific .treatment .t tJm; '''' 'I' wm.mes f .\

for Encephalomyelitis. 'SER'VICE: 19f J- lesuam to Ert q/r q t1lJ85,631' l
signed ,byall interested persons, stating under oath the names of Even if an animal might recover : :J
which is very unlikely I "9nTT"I'J faassssassi 7 '

..these, interested. the business enterprise,. the extent of the. Intent there will probably be some : J>161 k di la-e'"' $3l,3&,775 KD
"i brain damage for life. \ "?f,#/.'; isourBEST .

-of. 'each.and, the. fictitious name under which said business is carriedn. Vaccination is the protec- i : : ""' .1.,.. "-,;,-'.'.,-'- I 4
tion possible- Horses .should Ii"

=Said registration may not'be made until the person or persons desiring be vaccinated each year in \ tea _," T w En a.B e
early spring prior to the mos- \ POLICYftNAHa&: '
Ho engage business under a fictitious name shall have advertised Mi or quito and fly season. Contactour : >I1SOUBCBII 4.
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veterinarian, Dr. Bob "" .. ,Iii -
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their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four .Mullins,, formore, informationand fte ftiBIciaI smt> ml f.. ; tefe.. A.\ at. EInIIJ1da.. N/1N1/1//HNIIN J3,9S3EJ3
f j. NNNIIN 1 N11 UIIIINNIut ..m,16l91W.UI
vaccination against sleeping \ 1f .1t.JaII' y .. ....l. 1 ,---
(4)) consecutive Weeks in some newspaper'as defined by law in the. county ,.sickness.. H .. ... .....es 'I .... ..IRU.. 0tI _...... J40.16Imz4'r

1 r Got ,Beet,Cows? !!''''''' Matf1ttlt! "fact 1- CIIJ! r lid.....Jt'rw.:' ............................ ZJ.S6 .U1

where ,said registration is to be made, 'and. said registration shall net fet I II Then you sure ought to attend >' ,. : _1Mks428d1laiz.e .11Wic 1tas.! .... ..................."........ 17.703213.55 /

I I' some or all of the Annual "t.1a ,1 0..Jfe _fiB 11J1 '0 gfl,I" Tt fratottJEs alBao*..........._...... 15,946.S1GJ7 \
accepted, by. the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of Beef Cattle -meeting in .JIaiIed... ,. M s .OtfjflrBoada.\ t- .........................Ttt-tmmim J3)26.355.!) L

Gainesville April 12-14.. p ,. Laaas.......................................... U,655,53. f
$fh.'publication.If The program this year will A:."" QlllltI! II......... CJauIbIReaI: ; 1..1W.11/1,1 } <...MtlMIMMM %.461JSV9

feature pastures and feeding; lit 1:11 f8 ISfIS.to ... BE t II pf e. (twestuatltRsd-/r.NNH11 111 1 11N1tl111Q111NN IflSJSHJQ

.. ; The meeting is planned and "' 1IeI_ 'JIIIII.... .... .,.asc.i.,.1N11111- 1 11 111 11...*.....1...................*... '2. 73.715.13

':' t' '. sponsored by University of ..Lii,,},y/! Katiosal- w,1f1ai. .. tie,aRd 110 -/y-' ................................................. L653,09Z.71 i '
Florida and the nine breed yr bin ... .. ..ilfJ'M, QIIiJf1 ,0berJ'r8a_....1....1//1111111/1111NNN1111 2P1f11Jette
3u 1s I.b t assoc atlons. More details will] 2t fjcm, ft is tt r.1i ,a a toiteaisJi( t t
:engaged business under be given Jater. iie tt.--:1dIiee.: ... a&lWf eta ... -+--1111NIIIINN////N 11,1111t ..//,111NI NN11 '1I.=tt.
you are :any:name Mo.
Several of our cattlemen attend rfd ;amI J it.frema fed; \w; r re
each year and always old -elei.-IIII.1W. 4.." to u

i look forward to the- Text. d ,..lill _... -.,..frts'0. ) (tP1o' ,. cm__ <<
other ib and have had d this .
youroWD not You
n i name Grow Field Corn t r Jm ID fIil ta'crQama.u..M: ,

'Did you'1'Ow'some last year IIdSarpla., ./.."..........._"............. !
-and possibly year before'that .. "- ,
.fe i and you are; not quite decided i 'Tellllleldb! "_ NN.NN1 ;3u,014f568 06

)ier1y memsed and :fegtSiereit'w; i1ll about 1962 Then you 1 '" YaIratio,.R .ne................MMMMMM .J,93J,693J1 i
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mightcome into our iASCS ;a.' ..- +W11NINNN11N1NNeM Nrw,6Z1.S1
office and; talk ,to Mildred \ t !.c. .T* .... .. r .BS\JI '
all Idfomi ri'asi1J Sapp or Mary Ella Watterson !''OUR LOCAL XIBERIT 1 t INNNY.INN NN/N1N/N11--11 11,1 \

Jj';gwe' ou n ssary6RADF08D about the .Peed" Grain -program .,' NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVES _

for this year. .. 4.

It is Just a little different : ..Batch"Thomas Errale Jones I ;" j

W f jo Sli uld do. : from last-'ear.-AU-Our-growers :. .: .rh..t96-1-U .Ph: 964-874S "rty National I
were ,well pleased last :
. and most have >almdyjndi-;year tarre.f1a, .Starkey f1aJ -. -.t .. ,- ,. ,

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ffTARKE, FLQRJPA\, THURSDAY. MAR ':2. 186S:.. ; \

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WYYYYTT 'Wiggins, Larson 1 Keystone Incumbents On Clay Boards;>> Fashion Show I .TTr."TT'TT'T.TT Crl Ford. Miss Ford b a !!I.yymVVTwVVYVYVVV .

I. !VYYYYYVyyYVY7YyflVVyrnmVIyyyVyy Offer Site For 1 Face Opposition In May Primaries I At Melroe Club MELROSE I former John resident.Regan is iIi 'Alachua CRANDIN I

: KEYSTONE Woman's Club General Hospital.Mr. .
RJ HLIGHl j',. :Two 'm .u 1bents on Clay whom'qualifie4. ..before the Miss Iva Hillyer J' winner I
an4 Mrs. M. D. Hobt of
j i 'County boards from the Key- Tuesday noon deadline.A. of the Women's Division of the By Mrs. Allee Rc4hbiiu.rLAAAAAAkAAAAjA&.gj4a| By !Il's.- Rebecca Brantley
.G. E. -Wiggins, owner of the Riviera Beach spen| the weekend ,
: ,By Mary K. Sehaeffcr \. Water stone Heights area are facing E., {Bud! Anthony incumbent fashion show and sewing'con- I .&A... .....A. '
>, VI ]eystone: Works, and : with Mrs. ij<;>bt's parents
i .4 ...4.... ...,. .A&AAsIAA&AAAALAAAA&AAA. 3tate Treasurer Ed Larson; a Paul andMrs.
"'- B < V' "- : 8 primary. ber from -Clay County District Melrose Woman's Club. Her' Robinson? of Orand- .(i Mr.
.4 Beta. Club Installation i that another new teacher [ormer resident of Keystone O. i Mile, Mich. and Robert Mr. and Mr. Larry Thompson attended funeral services for '
!- J. Murrhee wh9 qualified -: 3, has announced for reelection creation was a lovelY' linen suit RQbin- '
lave offered site for the j and daughter, Sherrie, of
: :Weld At PTA Meeting ,:&iss Piancis: Campbell, wil.: 'an4 announced\ thi week and is opposed by W. wIth hat to match: son of Indianapolis, Ind. are Mrs. Sapp's grandfather, Mr.

-w-Members of the Keystone replace} iirs. Jane Godsey: but :uture construction of a n w'aome : asa candidate for re-election M. [Bill Beam, and C. H. :Miss ,Ellen Scott won the I IStudent's [ visiting their parents, Mr. 'and St. Augustine, and Miss Nancy Martin, at Trenton on Thurs-

Heights Beta Club held InstafUtion Ihe, was'unable. to attend the ; for the Keystone:;..County: Commissioner from IChuekl Newman, both of Division with'a beau- j i Mrs. R. V. Robinson. Wesley pf Gainesville visitedMr. day.

services Thursday night...meeting fMi'i Heights Woman's Club; whoee j District Four [Keystone Keystone Heights.! tutu jellow-gray wool dress 1 I Mr. and Mrs. p. W. Fletcher and' Mrs.: Glynn Roth- Dr. Maurice ,Seigler of Pa-

arch 15, at the PTA ,meeting ..- ,.- Summers. commended 1 building was destroyed by fire : Heights, Kingsley Lake, Mc- and" jacket. ,. and son, Mike, of Gainesville hammer. and family Sunday. latka visited his father, R. L.
1'I I !everal; weeks ,..' ._ Several members of Faith''
ago. .I
in the school cal tprit J all jhe boys!! and girls of the !i i Rae area! will have 't*o'running - '" The two winners will repre- 1 spent aturday with her par- Seigler. Sunday.

""",Each officer wore a ribbon Bet .Cub, and told their parents .-! Mrs. Fern Hanson, club pre- :! !mates., .- sent Melrose.'jh the'District V ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Presbyterian Church are ill. Mrs. Ruth Childers of Flor-
I I;'s'dent! said yesterday that the tt. > Col T. A. Hancock is seriouslyill
bIt ,some designated co'rI ] ; I been appointed
he also congratulated I Murrhee's, 'challengers are c01test'to he4t in'Gaines"- Lively: ahome has
I I' each color having a special them /ior the splendid: -way I \lub would have the property! Jack Siemer of, Kingsley Lake yule the latter qt part of', March. <; .Mis. John Regan spent a ijjth} a heart condition and acting postmaster at the Flor- (

significance. President Mar- they had trained them. | r tjrveyed before taking' any ae.' anfl D. A. [Tony --Baker; of Mrs.: C. L. Bass, president of''; weekend in Tampa visiting is in the Bradford County i ahome post office due to the

1 .giierita Float gave an opening ''Room; count was won by i lion' on the ofier, to seeif it Keystone| Heights, both of the'club, welcomed guests and Mr. and Mrs. 'Harry Bradley, Hospital in Starke. Issac recent death of her brother, !

talk on the rainbow apt} told Mrs. Alexander's IJth grade. 'wgg large cpoug1to! accomcpo-'!':: "" "" "J T"1"' mm i m m mm fffff explained the rules of the con- fqi.mer residents of :Melrose. Hughes is in the US Naval Fred R. Cook, who was the \
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I I that her color green,' was for After | closing prayer by date 'the'proposed new club 0. J. Murrhee test. Mrs. Dock Tison intro- : Mrs. Dean Crouch is home Hospital in Jacksonville. Mrs. regular postmaster.

alertness! and the abtety' "to1 *. refresh-1 house. Fred Abell is home from Ala- ,1, will be pleased to
4 Rev.: J.; R Smith ; duced the judges who were after spending a week hi Friends
gut things done. Vice,'President 'm nts wwe served by the hos j jtesses The- Wiggin-Larson. -.' property- I: Announces For I Mi s.' Josephine Ala- ,, Bradford County Hospital. chua General Hospital afteran note that Mrs. Annie F. Sikes
McSwine! '
Carol & i'Eveifit I'consists! of two lots in Block!I Commissioner auto accident and is recovering -, home after be-
Campbell's color Mrs. Dan Pater, Mrs. i I II chu County home : Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kin- has returned
I '40 on Nightengale. Street i' ;%i 4 demonstraI I I : at home, Mrs. E. L. Fer confined Starke hos-
was red: Secretary Jo W1ldt'jtas :Fax, and Mrs. George'Schaeffer. : tion agent Mrs: Kelsey Ingle, zer and children !have returned ling in a
\ \ indigo; while Treasurer; ( across from the... home, of' WU. ,,IJerey.announce my can-1 I I --. "k I II P. K. Yonge home economics to the States after spending rell is ill at her home. pital for the past five weeks.

Bernice Brune wore violet.; > wpr/se/ Shower ijamBelote.-- 4 .1 didacy for re-election to the :- teacher, and Miss Agnes Bor-i, the past five years as mis- Rev. Kenneth Griffith ofj I Mr. and Mrs. Wayne of

J Mrs. Summers, th? club '> The, boys and girls of the ,Mrs. Hanson said tnat John office of member of the'Board f gia,' associate professor the i;i sionaries in East Africa, and the Methodist Church held a ;': Horseshoe have been spend-

sponsor, was installing' off jcer. j- ;'j:,11th> r grade of Keystone Bird has also, offered to donate of County Commissioners of I fI College'of'Arts and Sciences at ', are visiting her mother Mrs.I icvival. Jn Bronson last, week. ing several days in Grandin

l Members installed were' weights School had a surprise a site for the proposed Clay County from' District I trie University of Florida- I Ruth! Reed and other relatives The School qf Missions: will as guests of Mr. and Mrs.

\I Reba Hall. Kathy Williams, : stork-shower for their teacher,I new club house. The Byrd I No. 4.. After the show refreshments and friends here: :Mrs. Kinzer be held at the aptist Church ; E. J. HutsOn.I .

1 Alec Livington, Margaret Pa- Mrs. Carl Herring, the day before property is outside the 1tY', When I was elected to this ",..___.__...____ ,I were served by Mrs. is the former Barbara Reed from April' to April '13. I and.Mrs. John W. Perry
ter Lee Sutton Steve Shac- ''I she was to discontinue j limits and does not have water -, offce? } I promised the peopleof t I Christine: Bartlett and her and is graduate of Melrqse Foreign, Home and State of Melrose attended revival

kleford and Carol Steph n- her work at Jeystone school. available Mrs. Hanson Clay Cpuuty that I would Bud Anthony committee, composed of Mrs. High School. '!! missionaries wjU>> be guests at services at Paran Church Sunday -

son. The class asked Miss Mans-j ,said.The run the countY' business on Thelma Pre.ston'and Mrs. R. F. Mr. and Mrs. arl Goodson the Baptist Church all day night as guests of Rebecca -
( Asks ;
Nancy Sutton told 'of the ;'fleld to ute Mis.Herring from t' congregation' of the air economlca :'basi.s; also, for' Re-election Simmons. Mrs. W. P. Boyd was ;and nephew, Jerry Baker of Sunday and each night duringthe Brantley.

various activities of the Beta 'the lass-room for a short Community Church voted the progress of Clay County. I To School Board I chairman of decorations, andMrs. Quincey, recently visited \. rs.Goodson's week at 1:30.: The public Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Jeffrasi
Cwb. hate furnished f !Sunday to purchase the pres- have cast votes to improve is invited to attend. have moved from
They ,,, time so.t1oat they might pre- my A. E. Bachmann was in brother-in-lav! and i and sons
baby-sitting service durijiif' 'all jjare things. She was genuine- i I J JyJ3HJP.i'ised ent site of the Woman's Club, the\CI\ County: Courthouse, &AE.. [IBudJ] Anthony. Jr. of : charge of music. i i sister MrC: and Mrs. W. H. The Crafts Class meets at the Sikes cottage in Grandin

PTA meetings this years fjiey ] and delighted 'I which adjoins the, church Annex'-Building, which is now : Keystone Heights has announced | Mrs. Tison was commentator ': Faith Presbyterian Church to their recently purchased

are making plans for beautification -: ,:with all the lovely things she I ,j property. Under terms of the paid for in full, without' any his candidacy! for reelection -j for the fashion show, and Mrs. Allen.Misses Rita Tiller, Poris : Wednesdays at 3:30.: This ; home near Keuka.Mr. .

of the school ground!, To .he fes- ''sale.the. church will clear theproperty Xh'a'County millage being to the Vir- Mrs. Chester Weaver -
: recsjved. conclude j'k Clay County !J Allen Graham .for the special : Ford, Connie King, and ; month the popular craft cop- and

1d. have sponsored two 1 f,i tivjfies: !, *refreshments ; were i II ofthe f'rerrazedciub assessed the taxpayer. ; i'i Board of Public Instruction.. hat-showing. | gina Ford spent Saturday per enameling, is being and"family of Florahome
this the'Christ- I house, if the sale is con ':,1- have-.. ted for the last from I I into Church for
dances District Paran
year- '. servpd. : 3. He is now I j morning in Gainesville- i taught. Mosaic was taught ,, came,
mas dance, and a St. Patrick's' jlorjof itch Announced I' :summated. three years to add one-half completing his first full term i, '' A iccent guest of Mr. and during January and February, membership through baptismat

Day dance. They will send Another six-weeks' has gone I Mrs. Hanson said that aftera mill" [per'. Florida.. .. Statutes, ..." to : on the board. I tended. She said they enjoyedthe Mrs. Dock L. Tison 'ahd family -, and proved to be very popu- the Sunday morning worship -

delegates to meetings in Jacksonville by/ and report cards have been j survey of the WigginsLarson build and ejjuip anew-County'Health \ '.! In}. making his announcement ,, program especially. Mrs. was Mrs. Tison's aunt, i' lar. This I is a community serVice hour

"1 :: this spring. Nancy ,, taken home with pride or mis- .! property is !made, the,sit ,Clinic under the Hill- !I'! Anthony said: "I I Bee Cooper announced the i '! Miss Marti Chamberlin. of and all interested people i Those attending the Reed

also explained that the members Divings.r ;Those who had no | ;selection committeeof theWoman's Burton Act. I''I stated four years ago that I Diocescan.. Convention, to beheld Micanopy. i are ,t elcome.I 1! family reunion at Lake Swan

must have at least:a B-i misgivings but made the Club will review the .I have voted 'for the proposed !!i felt I was duly qualified for I in' Daytqna Beach on L'' Mrs. R. V. Robinson is' 'i The Methodist Sunday on March 14 were Mr. and

average in every subject in >i honor' roll 'instead 'included: I''offers and make its recom $2,000,000.00 Bond Issue :; this most important: position. | May ,7, 8. and 9.: Mrs. Cooper home after a stay jn the Medical -, School Class held a party Fri-, Mrs. John Maddox and family

older to get.into and stay In*1 First ,Grade: Laurie Beam mendation. to, build secondary' .. .. roadsin Today. I feel that. L am even i i has been appointed chairmanof L Center in Gainesville. i day. St. Patrick Day decora-, of Orlando. Mrs. Mary Crews,

the club. i Sandy .cook.. Heidi Hendry! -- Clay County, which will be better qualified since I have all exhibits. The, floating- I Miss Carol Sue Hurst spentI tions were used. Mrs. Carl)[ Mrs. Frieda Tyre Bill Tyre,

The business meeting .was Beth Ruyedge\ Pebra Spark-I uise DeWitt, Ralph Baker, paid for by the 5th and 6th ;, served the people of Clay prize was won by Mrs. Pearl I the weekend in New Orleans" Hagglund, Sr. was hostess. all of Sanford, Mr. and Mrs

conducted .b y President:l man Jimmy Kuykendall and i Mathia ent tax on gasoline. If this f : County for the past four Wingenbach., i, La. [ ': Gilbert Reed and family of
and : Winners cf the Duplicate '
.Charles Tolford.. He said"that- i, Mark Johnson. .1 Sixth Grade: Terry DeWitt would have been paid for by 1! years" and have gained valu The' ladies will make comi -' A bridal shower was held 1 Bridge Club meeting were:: : Melrose, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene

the members might examine Second Grade:' Susan Ba- : Danny Hinck, Johnny Muir, tax on our county real estate : able :experience during that i fort-bags for the V.*A. Hospital -" Friday night at the Woman's 5 i First place, Mrs. Albert Bach-. Brantley and family of

: the new playground equip- ,key, ,Deborah Bleasdale, Annie Glen then I would have opposed period. j in Lake City during the s: Club in Hawthorne for Miss 5 I Grandin, and Rev. and Mrs.
Few Richard Pw'dy.Jimmy i and Mrs. Mary Cook;
: ment just purchased by ,Mrs.' Cardenas. Cassandra Chap i this. bond.isue.. I "Djiring the four I man Kinzer and family
j past
: '' Wilit, Jackie Godwin, j' years i month of 'J ne?* The president -' Norma Joyce Ford, bride-elect. fc; Second Mrs. C. C. Max[: Clarence
Nan Muir ani her committee "man. J k'Funderburk, Elizabeth I have voted for [in compliance our county has experienced I' place of East Africa.
Dottie Hardenbergh, Diane i: a Mrs...Lena, Clemens, ,. had l!: of Roland T. Carter, of West k; Mrs. Albert Spires;,
with PTA funds. Bill Bake? Jackson, Peter Morgan, i ,Thomas, Naomi Vaughn, and witjj the Florida Sta-1 tremendous growth' This has i one she had made*on display, Palm Beach: Among those attending -, and son tied and for Third place, Mrs Pvt. Melvin A. Cumbus is

; I gave a report on the progress RickyParades, Cindy Scales, :; Roxana Vaijdej 1i.* tates] the-organization-of the:' necessitated a record expan- I and J also had the, contents. from Melrose were J Allen, Jr.'and Mrs. Ras'r now stationed at Fort Gor,
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j being made by his: committee;! Robert-.Sterling,:Johnny Vall-. Seventh Grade:' Lance An- Clay County Civil Defense Lion in our- school.:system and, "Margaret Gaboardi wash appointed Mrs. O. T. Robinson, Mrs., ;: Becker M. and Mrs.: Alice JCet- don, Ga. for infant training

in obtaining a pay rte. for'all Ra.y Vaughn, Vicki I drew en, Susan Bird, Patti and its continued -operation,1]j;I naturally presented many I 'chairman of theuomi-' : n.: V. Ford, MrsVance Powell, ; ''and was recently awarded I
teachers. Max Mooneyham Whidden. j wherebymost, 6f' -ourscorp6'i: \ problems."I. believe!' -that I Page lJ) marksmanship.
Brannon, Stephen Brokas,I ;- nating committee for :officers i Mrs. Dock" Tison, and Mrs. (Continued on trophy for
ported on a County C9Un.cil'he 'j I Thi"p Grade: 'Marilyn Da- Beverly Cuendet. Mickey Jackson fated 'areas of Clay CQunty ;I have served all the people of I for next year. Mildred Sutton ', _- I

had attended uv Middle j'I'\'isvtfnn> Henderson, Robert : Terry King, -Nancy' have' secured Fire'Fighting! j the county *ably and justly and Betty Godley will be on | -w--- -J

Hendry Chuck Lambert, Ger- Equipment, training and oth-',, and have demonstrated my i, her committee- Plans for in-.
burg.Mr. Kingsbury, and Pat Raley. I i
$ Sprow introduced the' ald Mathia, Vanessa Milh'can, Eighth Grade: Norma Vall- II' er benefits. I ability during this period of 1 stallation of officers to beheld i KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE!
: new English teacher Mrs. Fay Diane Paredes, Rober Purdy.j (deJull, Jim Davie, Jane Me- Your vote and supptrt will 1 growth. I knpw the needs of i,i in May were discussed, I III aa

Alexander, who will 1'eplace Donna 'Sparkman, Mike Vall- Murtry, Renee Belote, Kay L be greatly' appreciated in the I the county' school system today but nothing definite decided

2 Mrs. Carl Herring. Mr: Sprow dej lip vid Vaughn, Gail i, ;Sunderland, Linda Beck, Linda coming Democratic t Primary 1 I and I sincerely believe II as yet. !i i

Wolfe Donald McMahone. I! Anthony, and Pat Cuendet.' Election 'of May 8, 1962, and that with my exp: rien e and The ladies are planning to j BUSINESS DIRECTORYAPPLIANCE

POLITICALAnnouncements I ,Fourth. Grade: Gerald PAY-! Freshmen: .Carol Baker I pledge njy continued effort ? : knowjedge, I. am better able purchase new draperies and I:, "

ton,, Susie} Belote, Rickey Miu I 'Tommy Bird Margaret-Pater,] for the betterment. of Clay s to serve/ in ,this capacity-. a bedspread for the priest's ,, .,
County. >J than''ever before. i I '
I ihee, Karen Williams, Kerry I Steve Shackleford, Carol | quarters in the church. REAL ESTATE
-_ -0. J. Murrhee DEALER ;;LUMBER
Sha kldord. Debbie Ridaught! Stephenson Lee Sutton and' these reasons, I an On Friday evening, the !- -

FOR. COUNTY L 1>f Pamela Tomes, Katherine I Ii Kathy Williams. : |' ... < nounce my candidacy for reelection Archbishop will be at St. Ed. San LebrydoLumber UTTU: SANTA FE LAKE

COMMISSIONER, DIST. 4 !i Hmck. Do*ne Davis. Sally Sophomores: ,Bernice Brunei : to this important (Continued on Page 12) II i FRIGiBAIRF. [ Furpished Home.
I AF. ;Crosby, refreshments, If .
i 1 I Brannon, Kathy Andrewse, position. the people"of the > ; Co. S beflrms, guest house, dock,
Carol Campbell, Reba Hall,
Mrs. Walter J. Grolick hostesses
i. U RE-ELECT O. J. MUR Leon 'Triest. Mickey Brokas i iI and Roberta Sibley. ; and Mis. Donald W. county re-elect me I 'pledge' NOTICE, i alts and Servif eYeoman's I We 3 ecUm. It -# t'O. FURNISHED HOME.
tq them that I shall continueto
RHEE your County Commissioner t Edwin: Baker Deborah Hawes j Juniors:' Dianne Brokas, '.,Shackleford guest book. work fb the best of my To Whom It May I Electric Cat Extr* Leactu. spacious lot, many trees price
1! Michael Fun S District 4 [IKingsley I Barbara Drake. Marguerita ,-
Mrs. C.H. Haberstroh. M
I 'J.j j ability for the betterment of
: Lake, McRae, Belmoreand: Chipper Hague. ]; Float, and.Alec Livingston.. William Wolz and Mrs. F. E. {lour school system arid" our Concern: Service : Cement Mortar Ulx Associate Edna Marlin

S Keystone Heights] county.at .Fifth Grade:' Diane Chapman | Community' Church NewsA Stitohberry from the Commit- children.A le1rose GK 5-2S71 eet Rock Keystone Heights Fla.

: large. i Bruce Sunderland, Debra,I'j delightful, presentation, 'pf j tee on arrangements for the 1! resident of Keystone I ,' -- ,r-r ::&011 "oa Hy' {1 a$ W441e'urf. Phone 4106

Your support and vote ,for'j i, Kings rr. Debbie Day, ,Sara the well-known I comic opera,* area Meeting tof be held on!u Heights, -' for,1'14 years,..Anthonyi I 4f'kIk AUTO SERVICE Phone BU %-$Z12 I JAJIEg II. 3IcKACHE\,

: me will assure continued progressive > | !4Mi. O'Connor Pat Cox, Di- "The Telephone," by Menotti .. I REALTOR
March 30 in Daytona Beach. is employed by Clay Electric ::1 "J '
0 and economical admit;, i ing Ilgen, Gina Massa, Glynn the Italian-American composer -: i I Baker EnterprisesAuthorized I.
will make reservations.
Cooperative Inc as public relations -I MILLWPRK
: istration of. your County .Qov-' Mooneyham, Marshall, Gallop, s was given at the Com-j fo r the luncheon' which. 'will' direct, r. He is mar- |I. .1
crnment. Belote Christof f ers, Churchwomen's Silver Dealer
Billy Terri munity I U-Haul Trailer
be served In the Tourist ned to'the former Anabel Keystone <
:: I will appreciate your vote! Charles Vinson, Kathleen Pes-i Tea on Thursday afternoon., : ,r Auto Repair 21 Hr. Service S. E. McKay, Realtor
Church and will
arrange any Wilkinson of' Gainesville, and
4 and support on May 8." ,4 ti; sharon Brannon, Robert i, March 15. This performancewas necessary ]1 Bait Shell Gas & Oil j| Millwork) Shop !
transportation. Ifj I i is the father of three daughters >
: -0. Jf Murrhee s Pater, 'Charmaine Float, De- directed by 'Mr Robert I Available 24 Hr '
1| you have an extra place in :j i Linda Lee 13, Pamela CABINETS DOOftS Lake: Front Property. Homed

L !,i Hendry a Cincinnati Conservatory -'' your car or if you need a1 1' Gail, & and Sherri Ann, 2. Portable Electric Weldinj WINDOW. FSAMES I'I *
graduate. addition call of the above I I 2 ill.. So. on Rt. 100 SCREENS I ind Acreage.
I ride. one He is a native of Florida, Indian -
she played the leading role of Keystone Heights tC5t \ "
I ii les.Mr. River .county, and graduated I : Trim Mt..lilJ
: Lucy ,who frustrated her lover,j i I
\ Ben. 'by her preoccupation j!' Bumpus invites the from' the Vero Beach I FlklST : : ,Sash Made T* Order !! Keyitoue Heights-_Pa. 1071
a men to attend, also. He hasi public schools. He received J : ( Keystone Height Tel. 42J) .
telephone Mrs. ;
I with 'calls. : ;i plans to. keep them busy, and his' higher education at the I','II J 1 J 'J' :
Hendry used her lovely .s -I I I Edna WjlliamsVtMST'l5EE&T NURSERY Winifred H.CRAWFORD..
they TOUr join the ladies for University of Florida, grad- L ,
With | .
voice great kW '(
; prano -
1 lunch. 'I uating from there with, a
;I to express the many mood, ; BSBA degr e. He is a veteran I FLpW"lRS I IF" Clemens Nursery :
and showed' definite dramatic I t Luncheon reservations. at $1
of World }V r -n, hav- 'jp Ovtr 60Q Varieties of Rtf. RAl Estate BrokML
I ability. Ben ,sung by Floyd[I i f each must be made" by Sunday .-I- ) tag'serve'd' (i three years .in the AH
Baker, gave her good support March 25. : army; a member of the Fu-st' ., I Phone: OR 5-2331 Citrus & Aulew 3 for $1.00 Rancheii Buainete city
. ': How's YourFORESIGHT \i, J \, in a pleasing baritone. Mrs. Keep in mind th? Rummage Baptist-: :' Church.Masonic' ,!y'.th.til1. e this: article hits I Hiway 10Q at Hillcrest flumes HenUll
Canova, talented,, _Sale for April 12, 13, 'the stands'the electioa for the) ; ,
George a ; Liqrjs Club, and< Pi INSURANCE 3'2, Miles East? of 'We Tak A Personal InUr
I f:. .Today, ? pianist from Starke-' and the and 14. Save' all your reusa- ,kappa Phi soe1a1' fraternity., BQsrd 'of Trustees at' the 'day1! ., Keystone Heighta In ,Y ur Rtqulrementr

t organist and choir director for bles. [Electric (Co-operative will be .An .Iniaraace Savtafi! PlanIf I 1']Midway, ; Keystone. Hejt! <
the Community Church. gavea Si. wWi*.' burcbit j over': It is mjr desire that feveryI -' NURSERY STOCK )..lelroseIIIway
: of human events?
Difficult to tlje
predict pouree i You Lite It's a Savini'II
I : True. But not so difficult to'thalfge it in your favor score.-interpretation.. of the : Sunday,jthe men of the I Deanery. I I I-should one -no matter know that how I you have voted had)' You Die It's Insurance Azalep, Me A ep !I U-opeD 8ua4ap-.

parish, as well as boys of high Coach Baldwin spoke of his I 3' to 4' Azaleas Special $%.00 eJ. GS 5.211ILESTAURANT
J : -by foresight. .. The educational building ino( selfish or insincere motives ASK TOUR GULF MAN ]
: { school age, enjoyed a delicious long friendship with Father I j! efforts. ; Landscaping1 Material Avail.abei1; !
$ : Foresight means making wise provision for the was attractively decorated for : Communion' Breakfast after Connie Dougherty, and 'intro-! in.my L. R. Brault S ?e Our plants Before. Yen Bay,'

unpredictable (the sudden emergency, the unexpected the tea. Pastel shades of' Mass.: Tables were set up in duced his team. All-Star To my 'friends- I would like] 11 J
spring flowers were used to to thank: you for yo r'tru5t[Keystone lights. Tel 4336-4151 r(O. C. Carries
: opportunity) V.se1J.I} for the inevitablegrowing the Recreation Hall which ,, Charlie Rosg spoke his' thanksin Nursery
; decorate the tea.t .ble and the and faith in me and my.efforts..
looked most festive. Mrr and behalf of the team for having !INSURANCE I Florahome 684-4665: I Sleet Your Frtudg
: ( older, for; instnite 44 smaller tables where more '!| Mrs.Wilbur Neal, and Mr. :: been presented basketball To all'' others I can say that I. L a'J.awrence'l

: May we be specific?: than 170 guests! were' seated. ': and-Mrs.- Leo LeBlanc were in I,,, emblem key-chains. with St.]jhave!* continually exerted every Geo.(; '.Yf\ La Rue I.PACKAGE STOREShaughnessy's !
; Mrs. William M. Beam and i !' j effort to hold no personal ill Dinette
charge of the setting-up Christopher medals attached.
: At some crucial turning point in your l life, the pos |
session of a sound -reserve of,ready cash in the bank Mrs. T.-Martin.poured te*.' cooking. ,an4 serving _of the ,: Bjerbie $els9n also received_ a''(|I';will. and would like- for you I II ) -. Your Local. I I .
: j to know regardless of the out- COLD BEER
Mrs. Charles t Wallenius, breakfast. They were assisted key chain. Mr. Naughton saida PAC ,AQE( STQRB I GOOD FOOD
,: may make all the'difference i1) .(the world in your come, that I do not now hold! TRAVELERSINSURANC 11 to 9 .
president of the Community 1; in the actual serving by some i few words and Mr. Montgomery d,DPEN S A. M.-19 P. 1!. DAILY. Open a. m. $ m.HOB.
; ; :
future. will toward .
: Churchwomen, greeted thsi of the high school boys. Over spoke otf the Fisher any ill anyone. CLOSED SUNDAY. thru Saturday

.: You can face the lilture with more courage, more !i guests Mrs.Hal Hand introduced -I f 55 men, enjoyed the delicious' Movement on the Parish Holy -'D. Anthony Baker 1 1TI j jI Keystone HeightsTELEFUONE Keys&cma MelroM Bifbway OGled Snadayflway2i4Ceyatone

the artists.Committee meaL <* Name, Level 4692 AIM j4 Height
: confidence cha of by reason of !'
more success
cf your i i t flu'Kt. .
Blue Fine 8t ft -
Parkaga re
:. William's Altar Society
in : Chairmen re- Guests for this occasion1were st N S U }(.A NeE
: foresight now opening f( a 'ga\'ings-account in Joe South
r sponsible for the tea were: Coach John! Baldwin,,< met for a long,. productive f'INSURANCE 1 WELL DRILLING
; this bank, and adjipgf( !9-1t regularly.THE : 'A 1oFireCuua1tyBand. I''
j' : Mrs. Frank Ilgen, general Athletic director'and basketball meeting on Monday; March 19, and Allied LfauiReynolds REAL ESTATE ;- t

chairman; Mrs.David A. Nelson i coach it Bishop Kenny after evening Lenten Services. I Murrhee Insurance WELL DRILLING

L ,KEVpHJ STATE BANK co-chairman: Mrs. Mat- High School and- his basket Father Doughtery wa& at the ; l InsuranceAjrency i it I' ; I t PllfPSf ; .

I | ihew H. Schroeder reserva- ball team the Crusaders, the meeting for a' short time. Agency 'I Cf J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR > .SERVICE 7
t ,
: MEMBER F.D.LC. ': tions; Mrs. Joseph W. 'WiMt. Daval County championship i Twelve ladies were present. W. L. ReynoldPh. I,, General jp514ranct I ', !' MATHEWS
tables; Mf,. Bert Christoffers, .team. Also Daniel Naughton: Mildred Sutton reported on Fire Casualty Bonds ,
;: A Friendly Baiil in A Friendly Community l: Sr.. decorations; Mrs. William n-attorney.-and Johnnie the Deanery meeting In Jack- : 2442 ,- 2791Keysttme i I -RE4LT4T: 'i! ;Well: Drilling'I'I'Ifrt1fQSE
Keystone Heights, Fla. : Allied' Ues- .MORTGAGEI$ AftiUISAIJ" % "
: .... _. ; Reynolds, properties;< Mrs. ''' Montgomery, past prs1dent sonvffie that :she' and five HHfhta; p1Wi *. J Keystone -t.-

1i w' ..... .. ,-{. .,- ,I j E. Kennedy, -assisted by -Mrs. of the st. Augustine: other ladies! from Williams .at- !------- -- ----- ..,: ,. I ..' ... _- Height 4., ,.2T31.. 7on IWkte, PtQn tztt ) : : OR. 55101J

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i from service. go to work iMonday. - I I CONGREGATIONAL i
: Annette Lang of Tampa John-aad Betty Brumbelowcf ; Sealed bids will be received'! HOLINESS CHURCH '
iCtAllt .
: ; L I spent the weekend with her I Jacksonville spent Sunday!i Home DemonstrationNotes by tne ('fry .'(iiniril of the City North 301, 2 1-2 mites out AMBULANCE SERVICE.
i I
of Starke, Florida at the City i .
+ "" 1-mother 'in : JoAnn with relatives at Clay Hill. T ; Hall in Starke. Florida, until i<
T 'BY' l\-k .JL 1.: 'Strlck1 Sandra and Eddie Lang j Mr. and Mrs..Dick Starling I 7:00 o'clock P.M., on Tuesday of town on left of the road. I[ PHONE 96 .2600 ;

AOur rid i I spent the weekend with relatives -j and infant daughter of Law Ut t "byOROTHY :I April pace 3 all; 196 bids:, at received which time will and, be j, .. Young People's Meeting,! :BeWilt ,C. Jones Funeral Home IDeWitt
at Clay Hill. + tey are all ill with flu. i!r In I ROSSnemonstratioli : : I I I I publicly1' opened and read a- :-Friday 7:30: p. m. Sunday j
grandsons, Billie and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Padgettand Remember Homecoming i&; Home Agentto I loud on the following: -f t,School, 10 a. m Sunday Night C. Jones Registered Funeral Director-I-
;Bobble Gurr of 'J' Furnishing:; a tw4ve months i Starke Fla. ,. t
cktonville, family of La>vtey 'spent Services at Highland Church i supply! of 10.000 to :20.000 i I Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone i ,
were in-a car wreck !! pounds of chlorine, in 150j -'
Saturday Sunday with the) 'Yougan, next Sunday, and singing cordially invited to attend-! RENTAL SERVICES
Afternoon and badly ..shakenup } Zinna Flower Show a hot platter, garnish, and,j Ib. cylinders delivered to!jJ
i j Padgetts at Clay Hill. afterwards. J. Starke. Florida. Beds Wheel Chairs Crutches
Rev, Carl Edmondson, i Hospital ,
: :Sillie's knee. was"alsoin- 'Those planning to 'enter serve immediately plain or The said City reserves the ,
j Mrs. Willie.Padgett: is sick Also remember that J. L- -
'jured. j flowers in the Home Demon-! with a sauce. Serves: six. j' right to accept or reject any oraII < -, ,
He is'Tidine "dti leave with flu -,an3: was unable is Strickland will preach at the Show .Tartar-Sauce I' bids. I j. -
stration Zinnia Flower
( '," Laurel Baptist Church, near in June should plant ,their i .One cup mayonnaise glad -,![ '. ,. By CITY, Merrill Edwards, j I i I!l. '
Starke. Saturday night, Sun- : dressing 2 City Clerk. 3-15 3t 3-291. WILLIAMS: : '
GLASS That's Our Business seed "NOW. Then all plants tablespoons ; I '=-- "-
day noon, and Sunday night. will be blooming at a out the chopped pickle, 2 tablespoons THE RIGHT PO1XT for JN i r r r r r r r ,

"If It's Glass We Have 'It" Everyone welcome. same time.District chopped onions, 2 tablespoons way' you writ Come in and JEWELRYREPAIRS . . .I

CALL WRITE or VISIT 'Visitors at Highland Church : Demonstration Day ;: chopped parsley tablespoons oeleet your tavorite ESTER.! ,

FOR, ANY GLASS'; '' NEEDSHEA'S last Sunday included several District fcaionstration Day j I: chopped olives. I BROOX Fountain Pen. TELE-j l Florida Pest Control Offers You

from Pennsylvania, Mr. and. Combine' all ingredients and ,GRAPH. 1 1i 1
4-H took in:
a activity, place ;
,GLASS ,CO. Mrs. Starling from Macclenny, '' chill. Makes approximately 1 'WA TCII.DI.urovns: ;
the St. Johns County High'; i
Mr. and Mrs. -Harry Taylor 1-2 cups.sauce. Serves 6. !
INC. School in St. Augustine last All Work Guaranteed }I I4A.
(NOT )
from Middleburg. Jo ; Strawberry Season GATOR
"Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co." Lang from Tampa. Saturday. Nine girls attended; Transmission Service i 11fJ .. C. Williams
with Mrs. Johnny Douglas i Strawoerries are coming in
142 W. Call St. -
We Design Modern Store Fronts We had 64 present in Sun local leader, Mrs. John \ now and are so good and Complete,Automatic | K'. If.Y. 1.

Just Mail Us A Pattern For day School, and 52 of them Greene, and the Agent. j good for you. They furnishvitamin r t Starke Fla. I II I .

Table Tops were 100 per cent members. : The program consisted ofj i I C which you need Transmission Service -. ; _

1313: N. ,,,. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 Believe it or not, the men got demonstrations talent, and'i' every day.", Kere" is a ShortCake : Exchange Units Repairs 4t 4I t BM

r out of bed in time to get to speeches by senior 4-H girls\I recipe. Watch for more Parts ,I
t Sunday School! The Adult fiom the seven counties in recipes'; next week: All Work On Premises ,

Men and Beginners tied for this district. The counties are s Strawberry, Short Cake ;,,19 S. E. 2nd Place Gainesville ,
the banner-both having a Duval St. John Putnam, Baker I Two cups sifted flour. 3 tea- i PHONE 3:2-0373 c 6latri nRleRlrlm

grade of 100. i iII ,, Clay, Nassau, .aijd Brad- ;; sons liking powder: 1 tjpa- :

J. L. Strickland is sick with ford'. i spOon 'salt, sweetened strawberries 13WA .1
l F ,
flu this week, but we hope he. Two team demonstrationswere I. -4 'tablespoons shortening ti r

NOW will be able to preach, as announced given from Bradford I. .2-3 cup milk; 2 tablespoons '

next Sunday. -County. Brenda Green and sugar. .
Thelma Knight of Brookei '[11 Sift"together flour, bpk- tot 9S!

i gave an electricity demonstration I ing powder salt and su ar. .

I on Care of the Elec- | Cut in shortening'and add ihe

tric lion; and Gay Swartz'i milk. Mix lightly until like cP r I PURINA HEALTH AIDSWorld's

and: Sandy Moore gave a i i biscuit dough. ttjLpivkle. yrt 666J.

i health demonstration on the i two parts. Roll each'part 'iei i i iS :

t importance of Caring for Your,1 i half inch thick.;:/[.3] Spread li I II line t.
Our Soil s Our Strength! Teeth properly. I most complete
;-\ ; : ; i! 'One part with butter and pjacei .

Conservation Other girls attending the i: other part on top: or cut as .' A. i .J 1ZiCILLEti N .of Cleaners Disinfectants, 'Insecticides :.
event were Jewell Allen, Marilyn for biscuits,'1 placing two .1: .n D ,

S II N-E-W-S :McCrary Gail McKinney rounds together with 'butter Wormers and Treatments

III and Janelle Pollard of Starke, i between (41} .If. preferred 1 .. \5Y 5u
I But HJKM and Karen Lee of Lawtey. 11 5A
By ; /elg? ..Way be adde to U the Checkerboard when
Fish For The Lenten Season I\mlllUen Most of you have come to trust
'cup of milk to' be
4/ it to feeding birds or animals. You know:;
Now that Lent is here, per- e two-thirds tt entssm BtUlU MURIttfiQ comes your
used in'pl.C of
Fingerling bass to complete research and service
the quality
WOUld'like can depend on ,
of you
stocking the ponds of J. V. some you cup milk5i; [ Bake in a shal- I r -
/ ideas for preparing fish,-other SIZE PEN! behind Purina Chows. .
: Edwaids Jr: and ,Willie Red- low pan/n-aj425F oven'for STOP
/ dish were delivered this week.: than frying. |,15 minutes. ; '::1Wa 1>:Sro mngth UAdy You may be surprised to learnthat Purina,in additionto
: Fish are good sources of t bed p0d balances perhand"- feed also sells
I i SWA2M1M8.eai being the world's largest manufacturer
q : The bass are put into the [61 When done, separate!J fa
4 O 1 : pond after the bream have: digestible proteins, and con- layers. Spread each layer quit h '....'.)'"&MI.& pour truiy,! of the most complete line of disinfectants cleaners, insecticides

1 had time to spawn. This is I tain minerals vitamins and I i butter and sweetened berries. ,'wormers and treatments for diseases.
l fats. The National' Nutrition r
; : the time of the year when ; Place layers together, c ver KINO SIZE INK t :Purina has 7C different Health :Aids ,to help you stop

9.' : everyone interested in fishponds Committee recommends that ,, with remaining berries. Serve SUPPLY I : ; parasites, insects and diseases on your farm. Shown here,
eat at leas
everyone one serv-
: is asking questions ing of fish, meal, or poultry at once with or without whip (et!! sus es>t rll Ale etodt.fvl.d-Wt: ; are just a few of the Purina Health Aids you can buy
/ about fish pond construction' ped cream: "'ccartrIdo. not in our store to combat poultry and livestock diseases 00,
: and management.: So, here is, every day. ... IInatb 1 pn.., I: farm. -
some general information that. BroiledFish ... ond write w'rtha your
: is given to folks who ask the Two pounds fillets or steaks I ..,.., rtfillj, i Let us help you protect your feed dollars.We'll be happy

Soil Conservation Service for; [trout speckled perch], 1 tea-tea- :' Special price reduction... E W1S5..BUYHNGS1KI d j to talk over your sanitation program: with you.soon.
salt one-eighth
Farmers Bulletin No. 2094,I; .
spoon pepper, 4 tablespoon ,
"Managing Farm Fish Ponds \
butter of other fat melted. {eons.Ieeb and gives i >l
for Bass Bluegills." In general, WHITEWALLS! t. MlOOth, _Ski;- WJWJWWWWJWftMDisease
I the most successful ponds are j Cut fish into serving-size' i b:writing you would .

those that receive only enough., portions. Sprinkle both sides 3-T NYLON! .1ldfromt
Your TELEGRAPH I water to maintain a constant[ with salt land pepper. Place m MOd up.ndvi? pend i problem Purina Health Aid to combat it':
fish on a preheated greased P TURNPIKEi
i I
: level. Farm ponds may vary
broiler about two inches s II Blue Comb Pura-Mycin
32 standsin pan
available on news 'widely in size in accordance PROVED! I 1dr
with typography and water from the heat skin side up i I. Cgg Slump Purina Boost-R-Aid
if skin has not been removed I II Purina Bait
and I Flies Fly
Starke surrounding : supply. Small ponds of about GUARANTEED I
from fillets Brush fish with
Poor-Doing Pigs Purina Pig-Plus
; one to three acres are to be '
: melted fat. Broil for 5 to ,a 21 MONTHS1 Worms Purina Wormers
trade area. preferred as they are more .
minutes or until slightly
easily fished at the proper I Coccldfosls Purina Sulfa-Nox

; rate and are easier to control.I brown baste with melted fat, i tGoodyear's most I 'V2 PARENTS',.....' Anemia Piss Purina Injcctibla Pffl. n&
and, turn carefully. Brush itsi a .,,,.
: Good fishing can be produced i CRD Purina "Mjcfaw"
? oPular fire'... I stas ,
i: other side with' melted fat and A
EACH in fertilized ponds as small
1500 I cook 5 to 8 minutes or until Me,Safety Ml-Weather! I rLLei
: : as one-half acre. It is recommended j CONTROLand
WEEK Readersget : that ponds less than: fish flakes easily when tested j I I JPuMrfactBrritrtmaTrCNBradford t&JHC FLORIDA

i one-thrd! acre should not be with a fork. Remove carefully SAVE ON THESE SIZES I $ !N ii.6ililwaia, v.u, Chemical Co.
I II "7PxjS $1795 pre 1a1 model Fords, Rasb, plerrolet. P1Ymoutht I
I built with the idea of manag- \ Hudson Studebaker. I i! 539 E. Call St. Phone 9643965ULBJULPLPLPUiJU'JW
I ing them for fishing and if j; t 1.k'5' $ 1,95 pre 57 twice od&e:1'.OIds'MeI'CIfJro. I CountyTELEGRAPH
shallow portions and where : tlactttudson7oiis I
their in this quick convenient they are not to be fertilized.'I Ii I I
paper i the pond is supplied by run $23.95 Maayr later models of DDdee,'B luki, Nash Olds '
they should not be less than .
Pontiac Hudson
way-from one of our carrier boys, or 'an acre in area. The pond : off should the be at maximum least 10 depth to 15 8.1)0115) $26.50 Late i i'Wbetess fnodeI hrmomtb. ftnl and Clltvrolet I I i . ,

should be at least 18 inches I
from their favorite newsstand. j Buy for late modes
: ; feet. Unfertilized ponds shouldbe cars$21.15 7.50 114 I'
to three feet in depth in the ,
stocked with not more than ;
I II ,
:More\ readers now prefer to get their paper in this II II I 500 Bluegill Sunfish fingerings I .GOO jiEAR
and 50 Bass fingerlingsper .
way than receive it through the mail. In order to II I acre. W. '

serve you better, you will find The Telegraph wait I kath irlde had taari a* fcnRty Curtain. All ... CIId7ai tate Tim An
ing for each week at the following A complete Soil and Water turwttrt NatiM-Vtt; L Against normal road hazards ...., blowouts, fabric
you places I breaks cuts,- except repairable punctures. Limited to orifioal owner for number
Conservation Farm Plan was of mouths specified. 2. Against any defects in workmanship and Material without
oelivered to J. F. Adkins of bit as U tim or aileace. Any Goodyear tire dealer ia the U. S. or Canada: w>Utake I
adjustment allowance oa new toe based oa orifwal tread depth regaining
Hampton. He Is planning to I L-CMIIt 'soodyvarOODMAN'S Pra.-

Starke use Pensacola 'Bahia for his

Lawtey main pasture grass and Coastal -
Buck's Grocery Shuford's Service Stat I Bermuda for hay. Adkins Service Station
City Fish Mkt. Priest's Service Sta. has his pastures fenced so ,
I Accident '*
Island Oscar Carter's Stort E that he can control the graz- SEEBER D GOODMAN l stopped running ,
.'e t
ing. U S. 301 at South City Limit
I or sickness I
Farmers Supply Heilbronn ,

Tanner's: Service Sta. Reddish's Store laid you low? ; around circles, "':
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Wayne's Suwannee Superette Store New River ,I I c fiViffRCf, :;i! FOR.. SALE Timber Acreage to pay !Jil/s!"'' t' J

Albert ,
Mooty ? ,
Andrews Drugs j .
} and Farm in ,Union CountyN '. .

Winn.nl1C Maxville JC GLASS CL.fO.1 I i '' '. :
Setzer's 0 TI: C E -
: i S I .
Edwards Grocery Harris Store --- .; "- ... .

Pinehurst (Grocery: Raiford : Sealed bids will be received *by the undersigned owner for ';t" ; :. ',' .. ...... .. =
Dhmer'sMitchell's the sale of land hi Union County Florida, as follows: '" I ,i, .. .. ,,ffV' .
R ahn's Groceiy I I '; .. (. f .I
Drug Store Parcel consisting. of 1006:aeres, luorerOr less well Un .

Canova's PharmacyKoch's Brooker i tiered, located about 2 miles JflS of Lake Butter, acid ; "Around the block 1 -ar oluldtled ; ,

Green's South and East of State Road, 23i5': miles highway, .b0k But ; ;
DrugBradford Store frontage. No permanent improvements. Fenced. Will (sell l trudge to pay my;monthly no"

County Tele- HighlandGriffis Help meet medical for ca>h: subject to two long term iinortgages. morel!Thanis toa c5ieddngaccctmt,write ** '

graphKeystone ,
Store "i Y Parcel 2 consisting of 260 acres, more or less! located personal checls for- Int:I-owe, pop them M
expenses, keep income t about 2 miles West of LaKe'Butler on:South side of State R
GrahamRivers 1 I' Into envelo -and jpost them at the near :
Heights StoreeIote's coming with "'AM L Road 100. Fenced, 23 acre,.pecan 0\'e3; acres in permanent ,

; ,pasture and about 460 :acres woodland subject to' est m'1iIJmr ":, :
Dnl '
: timber deed covering all merchantable pine timber. Two

Walker's'Service Sta.Theressa t i.Q tenant houses and barn. Will sell for cash only. Have modernized bill-paying' ,;
Child's, Store ,I you your I
Candy's Service Sta. Rrinson'sLake Chilli Life i Sealed bids will be
.. Attorney, Lake Butler,iFIorida, until 1:30.P..M..on April 17,

.; Kingsley Lake Butler HEALTH ,, brims! P'wriis hM.... 1963, at which time and place all bids will be publicly open. checking account-here at our bank! i ,, _, :

Tomlinson.Maines ...... ed. Separate bids will be considered for each pared."CashI -

..' .One-Stop-Mart Drug Store !INSURAtKE -1.Ifti4et.rxar..r ,I Ier's check ta the amount of 3% ,of the 'bid'pJice payable. to ,-, ,ma m.R
:I owner to be submitted with-bid to, guarantee good faith of I t .

.' bidder. O\\1ler-5hal1 have 10 days after opening,bids to consider ,r, mss-. .- R

See--/f Sooner tint races same and to accept or reject bids at which time checks ,- a
S ,'J.M; ; ; ;. :
'I ay..u.ri..wp. II I II I I for ail'blds not atU"ptf'dill' be-returned. Property may be,, ..

,On' The Newsstands! .. ,... ..., }I viewed by contracting unfierslgnee e

Gulf"Life Owner will furnish abstract and convey merchantible title.'
; r M.l l .n4
Successful bidder or bidden will be required 'to enter Jnto

; Braarorg d ,tounty Te1 graph .weo..rawtrwwmq I! proper salestoatract. Owner reserves -right io -reject any ;FLORI DA 0s

and all bids, to waae :ormat, 'la ucs wornUtec and to .

SERVINGVfiTARKE+ ( AND AREA '"; Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH sell said parcels jointly or separately.J [: _. ...iT1AU'' &. f l_ -niiii t Ii .. .. : ._

'"H s 'I I OLAN (Dick) WARD I
g .... ,
1879 It One Of 30 Banks Of The Rational Group .. !ember Federal Depart 7n nem'Corp.
Lake Butler, Fla.
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1 Yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy twisting even to eat! present location. She says! joyed a day in Jacksonville ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL i I America chapter held Clean i TRINITY EPISCOPAL i j I II I publicly opened and read aloud 1 may.bate against the Estate of
KEYSTONE Fire Destroys Home this is a good location, and a last week. I j CHURCH, KEYSTONE Up Day Saturday. They did CHURCH MELROSE I on the following: FLOSSIE:>HYATT. Deceased I
By most I Regular gasoline approximately late of Bradford County, FlorIda -
now, everyone number of people have been Paul Bird, of :]
son Mr. and Daily Morning Prayer, 8:30 yard cleaning jobs to raise 9000 gallons. to Honorable Theron A.
HIGHLIGHT knows that the. fire-siren last I in the Library who said they Mrs. John Bird, is,now a Naval ;a.m. Daily Evening Prayer, 5p.m. money for the club. 1! Sundays10 a. m. Church : Hi-Test gasoline, approximately Yawn,'County Court House in
Saturday morning was for the I had never been inside the Lieutenant School. 11:45: a. m. Morning 0,000 gallons. Stake, Bradford Counuty. Flor
having just re- ] Sundays, 9:30: a.m. The Junior Class has begun Above quantities for a I ida1tfHfi&; jx ((6) months from
&&&&&&.&.&&&&&... .A. firemen to go to the home of i Woman's Club Library. She! ceived his promotion from,' Holy Eucharist on 1st and ; Prayer and Sermon i tFtrssl twelve months period. : the ,dat -Bftne} first publication

Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. Hayner, |' and Bee Cooper have made Junior Grade Lt. He is now ;' :3rd Sundays each month. : planning ana working for the ( Sunday, Holy Communion I. the The right City to accept of Starke or reject reserves any I of,Each this 'staim nuce. or demand must
from I '
Page 10)) on the other side of Lake some .rather attractive and at home for two weeks be- ]Morning Prayer on 2nd and Junior-Senior Prom. Servers I p. m. Episcopal Young Church-, or all bids. I be* in Vrtllns and must state the
i CITY OF STARKE, FLA. place or: residence and t-ol'
wards in Starke for Confirmaon. Geneva. durable shelves out of blocks tween assignments. At the 4th Sundays. Litany Serviceon for the occasion were chosen By: Merrill Edwards, i fijce addresa'of the claimant po and
.a St. William's Choir will Unfortunately, it was a very and lumber. We congratulatethem end of this leave, he will re- < any 5th Sunday. Evening : from the sophomore class last men.Holy ; City Clerk. 3-1ilt: : 3.:9 ,.must bfe ,wor. to by the claim,
windy day-even more so on Days 10 a. m., holy ant.agent,Vr: his attorney.i
port to 'Pensacola for ] 5
on their initiative and preflight Prayer, p.m.
sing. The Archbishop will be I, week. i: or It wilEp income void according -
in Keystone Heights for Confirmation the lake-and the house wasa industry.We training. Then on to I During Lent Litany and i Communion I IB The County Judge'. Court I I to law.Each .
The Rev. Lee W H-gtonl| laRd For Bradford Coiftty, creditor shall deliver a
total loss by the time the I ,
Corpus Christ for Naviga- ]Meditation each I
at St. William's on have a note here from METHODIST CHURCH Vicar. Florida. IB Probate copy of his claim to enable the
firemen reached, there. No one tion School Paul has been t In the Matter of the Estate of mail one to
Judge to
I County
Saturday evening, and the the Librarian: : yy... .,v.Y..rv.v.| MELROSE FLOSSrE ''. HYATT. Deceased. .
knows how it happened. Mrs. I the personal representative.Dated
teaching in the C I C School I
choir will sing for that service "To the people of Keystone MELROSE Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO j March U. 196%.
Bachmann Hayner was busy in her sew- in Brunswick Ga., until his CALL FOR BID 1 ALL CREDITORS AND ALL i FIRST' BANK & TRUST COM
Mrs. and
Heights: We are back in bus I .. !1 pastor. PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS .
ing room, which was off toi I promotion.Rev. auuuu..uuu Sealed bids will be received'by PANYOF JACKSONVILLEas
her group have been working ness! Stop in and look us over | Sunday School 9:45: a. m. the City Council of the Cityof on DEMANDS AGAINST.I Administrator of the Estate
one side of the main part of : SAID ESTATE.You ,
and Mrs. Russell'I
J. (Continued from Page 10))
:ygry hard at weekly rehears had the door i at oyr' present location. In the Worship 11 a. m. Starke. Florida at the City and each of you, are I of Flossie V. Hyatt Deceased
the house. She I in Starke, Florida, until'
Young were in Keystone chum Phelps..
alato make this Ward i j < and Mrs. George hereby notified and required to .
a success. of the Buildin, next door to j MYF and MCF 7 p. m. 7:00 o'clock P.M. on Tuesday. I By: Rex" Mixon.
closed so was unaware '
'The Altar who the barber shop. Heights on Monday night as School News i I April 3, 196:. at which time and! present any claims and demands Trust Officer.
Boys serve fire until she decided to go over-night guests of Col. and The Future Homemakers ofi.I Evening Worsnip 8 p. m. place all bids received will be which you, or either of you i I 3-15 4t 4-iA
for Confirmation on Saturday look for a pair of scissors. "We are most grateful to all ...:.....11III ..-
Mrs. David A. Nelson. The
night, will also for Con who have contributed books, ,
serve -- --- ---
By then, it ; was almost too i Youngs were enroute to their
firmation at St. Edward's, and and we are getting them on
late to call the firemen.
home in Hialeah, after attend .
at the same service at the As for what they had left,'j the shelves as quickly as we ing the funeral of Mrs.Young's .
prison on Saturday morning. can. We would appreciate
there was nothing but the
,f i mother in Jackson I
Last Sunday Mrs. Gladyce clothing they had on! MrS.1! having all overdue books returned ville Monday afternoon. i t
Bachmann held choir as quickly as possible. "
prac- Hayner was not even ; Explanation l l' ,
tice at her home Lake "Since many of our cards
on j
save her purse. I A page of copy was lost in .
Geneva, so as not to disturb It was comforting to know I were ruined by water and I some manner last week, caus- ,," I

the men at the Holy Name that before the firemen left I smoke, won't you please' come '' ing the first portion of the .

breakfast. Everyone seemed to the scene, the Hayners' insur- in and re-register? We sin write-up of the Eastern Star
enjoy this informal meeting. there to start cerely hope that you will '
ance man was meeting not to This
,Mass will be at 8:30: again making settlement. make your ,library a habit- appear.
error was made in The Telegraph -
this Sunday-back on regular Police Calls Explained Helen" Lawrence, Library office and was not the Shell dealers ,

schedule. Please come early if Councilman Al Watson stopped Clerk. fault of the correspondent.The suggest
Take Me Out To The
you wish to go to Confession. us in the post office and BaUGameI I missing article is printed

Sirs. Leffingwell' Passes said he felt that a lot of peo- below:
'Funeral' services for Mrs. ple didn't understand the busi- The Keystone Heights Junior Eastern Star News

Harriett, Leffingwell were ness of calling a policeman at Woman's Club and the Worthy Matron Ernestine

held at 2 p.m. on Monday night. Of course, everyone KeYstone Heights Lion Club Eisenaker and Worth PatronJ.

afternoon. March 19, in the who has a post office box received : will play a softball game at A. Williams presided at

Murry Hill Presbyterian directions in the mail the City Park on Saturday, their first chapter meeting of 7
Church, Jacksonville. last week. He said that some March 31, at 7:30: p.m. Ad- the Keystone Heights Eastern d : things to try
mission will be 50c for
,Among the survivors are people didn't understand why except Star on March 6. Memberswere
her daughter Mrs. J. Russell I they had to call the operator, children under 12, who will pleased to hear that Mrs. ,

Young,, and granddaughterMiss and why a charge. This is get in free. A deep-fat fryer Hazel McKay and William

Edith Young, Rev and because the number you call will be given as a groundurize. Campbell were home from the -

Mrs. J. Russell Young were is for the phone in the po hospital and able to be about .

former Keystoners, when Rev. liceman's car and not a PersonalsMr. town again. Also Don Pang-

Young was pastor of the Community phone on the Keystone ex- and Mrs. C. H. McIntyre born, a brother Mason, home if won't '
Church.'They are now change. You just dial the operator from Tippecanoe, Ind.; from the hospital and expected car start

living in Hialeah. ask for Mobile Service were visiting with their son, to attend the City Council your
Operator, and then for Kenneth Cooper and the
Mrs.. Young was your cor meeting as chairman. Mrs-
respondent The Telegraphfor Keystone Heights number JS Cooper family with intentionsof Irene Dawson reported that

some time. 83535. Since it is like calling staying for several months, her husband was making

Boy Scout News long-distance, there is a but a death in the family splendid progress after returning .
charge of 30c. But in an emergency made it necessary for themto from the hospital
'On Saturday, March 19, 28
who worries about return to Indiana after a
members of Boy Scout Troop i, where he was critically ill.
': 30c? Besides, if there were no short stay.It ,
The social hour and refreshments -
105 of Keystone Heights went

oil the their season.second This troop-hike hike covered of I'I charge getting Mr.calls Brune from might everyone be while is Kenneth interesting Cooper to note becamea that of were Mrs. under Gloria the Mur-direction NY TIME you have trouble getting All you need is a suitable wrench. )Even *7 Never pump the! accelerator il you

the distance of eight, miles:1'i whose dog barked at night! grandfather last month, he rhee, Mrs. Katherine McGlave, A. your engine going, the first thing to a pair of pliers will do. suspect flo k ding. It only makes the

from Goldhead Branch State Duplicate Results still has grandparents living. Mrs. Thelma Bunce, and Mrs. do is check the obvious. If you have repeated starting troubles, Hooding uorse.! Instead, try this: Wait 2
On March 16, Mr Mr. and Mrs. Frank Deutch, Vesta Aiken.
The Park leaders to Keystone set a compass Heights. O. Hanson were high- his grandparents who live in Advance notice was given For example, the fuel gauge. It's astonyour battery may be weak. Your Shell or 3 minutes.! 1 hen press! the accelerator

course, for the boys to follow, j i scorers at the regular meeting Indiana, are great great concerning the Grand Chap- ishing how often an empty fuel tank is dealer can recharge it-or install a new to the floor once and hold it there while

and the troop came through ot the Keystone Heights Duplicate grandparents to the young son ter of Florida at the Jacksonville all that the from the cranks the the
in fine shape. I Bridge Club. Stan La- of Pvt. and Mrs. Larry Cooper Coliseum, April 9-i3, and keeps engine starting. one if needed. starter engine.Vlteii

j Coste and Arthur Barber were who are currently stationed in School of Instruction on June According to American Automobile engine does; start. gradually let the accelerator
,Eight boys passed their sec second high while Lucille Davie Get maximum value I from .'
; your
Germany. class conducted by 4
ond-class hike, which Included I 22 with a Association figures, motorists run out of return to idle position.Here .
l and Jane were i John Allen, son of Mrs.. StateWorthy Matron Emma- choke. If I have an automaticchoke
preparing,clothing and equipment -jl third. The Duplicate Club is Lena Clemens, spent Mondayin lee Brown. fuel I more than 5,000 per da you
for the hike, cooking ameal I now meeting each Friday at Jacksonville as the guestof Melrose Chapter MeetingOf I give the accelerator I pedal I a tap before
If have automatic transmission
enroute, and returning I I 7:30 1 p.m. in St. William's Recreation the Menenk Club there. Alachua._HOC you an ', you start. This sets the I choke I in the I ] arc the 9 ingredients in'
11good'shape. ,
The boys were under the I HalhWoman's Luncheon This was an outing given all; Melrose hum! "Demonstra- make, sure your selector is in the correct correct position-the way it should be for Super Shell-and what they do>> to
boys who attained the rank'ofEagle for *v
supervision of Scoutmaster I I The Keystone HeightsWoman's Spouts in 1961. Each tion area members and friends position starting. easy starting. NOTE: A small choke adjust- give your car top performanceNext
Barry Wyman and William I enjoyed a work shop meetingon these
to '
run through seven
Club will hold its Scout was assigned to step
I I a mem- Feb. 22 at the club house. ment can often cure cold weather startingtroubles.
Magnus. regular luncheon meeting at ber of the club, who took him tips from Shell dealers.I Any one of them I #1 i is Butane lur quick slam Butane
for the day
The project was
Twist Party I i the Community Church educational on a tour of the city. There Good Your Shell dealer I can d.it f for is so eager to get goin? it could;> I
On Friday evening, March building on Tuesday was luncheon at-the Mayflower on "TipS for Lighting !could help you get started. eboil! on j ice.

9, Billy Belote Charles Vincent \ March 27, at 1 Membersare Hotel at including the proper place you.
p.m. and tour
noon, a
,Ken Nooney, Dickie MarI J j I urged to bring their own of the City Hall and Atlantic ment of light, both in home "1 Use the starter in short bursts. Along If you have a manual choke, remember #2 is Pehtanc mix for fast warm'ups,

tin, Ray Williams, and Johnny I' silver and china. I Coast Line building. There i and school. I steady grinding runs your batto use It.. !I When }you pull t the 1 choke I out, #3 is anL -lmocL mix to resist i all kinds
Mrs. Elizabeth C. Ahrano,
Carnes were hosts at a "twist- For the part of the of knocks.
program was also a trip of 45 minutes
party" for a group of their ) meeting Mrs. W. B. Dawson I duration up the St. Johns assistant home demonstrationagent tery,down drastically. In fact, if the car you increase the proportion of fuel in the #4 is gum preventive to h e 1 peep .

friends.: For fifth graders,' will speak on the American ; River in a boat, for Alachua County, assisted won t start in the first few attempts, its air-fuel mixture. Could be all your en- carburetors clean inside.
they did a fine job of plan- i in the work shop, where
"..*sting and executing a party. and Home show vs. the slides European that she Home and i,I Mrs.birthday John Bird last celebratedher weekend nine members assembled table a good idea to wait several minutes before gine needs for a start, especially on a cold #5 is TCP' for lower, mileage, and

.,Mrs. Belote said all she f urn1ahed her husband took on their European with two occasions instead of lamps. trying again. This lets the battery recover morning.After)you'\started and warmed longer plug life.

was the house and the trip last summer. the usual one. On Saturday The Melrose Woman's Club some of its life. up, be sure to push the choke all the way #6 is"cat-<:racked"gasoline: for p )\\er.
music. Rummage SaleEveryone has donated an American flag
evening, there was a dinner #7 is an "antiicer"added cold
to the club, and Mrs. Hermina back in.
Guests Included Gina Mas- loves a Rummage I
( ; party at the Bird home. Pres- If you have a manual shift, keep the \\eather to help check carburetor
.U,-Patty Cox, Terri and Gail i! Sale, and the Community :j! ent were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cole will provide the standardand 2
'Chrlstoffers.- Debby Kings- !I'OOry Churchwomen and the Keystone I i i Andrewsen and children. pole, all of which will be clutch pressed all the way down 5 Wipe moisture off the distributor, icing stalls.

Denise DeWitt, Karen Heights Woman's Club Lance and Kathy, Paul Bird, dedicated at a future meeting.' when you're starting. This helps to take ignition leads and spark plugs. Condensed #8 is Alky late to help control "high
Williams. Sara Lou ;> have both put on some good : Mrs. Carr Griner was host knock."
> Tommy speed
O'Conj Susan Bird. Mr.
nor, Debby Brault, Diana j'' ones. Now they are joining j'!: and Mrs. Bird, Lloyd Singley, ess for this meeting, and served some' of the strain off the battery, particularly moisture-which can be a problem #9 IS Platformate f for extra mileage.

ligen, David Mathia, and:' forces and are planning to put and Mrs. Ruth Johnston. On refreshments of sandwiches in cold weather. in cars left out O\'ermght-could
Trademark for Shell' unique gasoline add]
Bruce Sunderland. on a super rummage sale, Sunday, the drove to cakes, and coffee. Gasoline TCP I I. capered
group containing
I 1 NOTE: An engine in good mechanical con- keep from getting started. It's easto tI.-e bjrU.
*"*Winners of the twist con- April 12, 13, and 14. Silver Springs to see all the Due to the Clay Co-op An- you J .S.Patent :8e9:11.dition .

test were: First Prize, Terrl'Christoffers '' The sale will be in the 1 i sights, and to have a picnic nual Meeting on March 22, should usually start in 3 or 4. secfind l the distributor. Just follow the igni-

: and CharlesVin- ; storeroom currently occupied j lunch. the regular club meeting day, onds: Today's Super Shell gasoline can tion leads-the wires that come from the
cent. Second Prize, Gina M sand the Keystone Branch of the next meeting of the Mel
;sa Jim Smith. Third; the Clay, County Library. I i Dwyer Mr. of and Syracuse Mrs. ,Stanley N. Y. have M. rose Club will be held Thurs help. During coldest months, it contains spark plugs. They} lead right to the dis

:Prize, Billy Belote and Debby Library "In Business" I I II been house guests of Mr. and day, March 29. This will be a an extra dose of Butane, a special quicktributor.. Before you wipe the moisture
)Qngsbury. horticulture when
Speaking of the Keystone Mrs. Louis Kyle on Keystone member program the roll start ingredient. away, make sure the ignition is turned off
As proof that this twist.craae Lake. answers
Library, Librarian Helen Law They leave for home on
has call with an exchange of and nobody works the starter.
really "got" the"Wds.
Mrs. Belote said that rence says they hope it will Monday.Mrs. plants and tells something O Keep the battery connectors t tight.If .
be possible to maintain more Edward Bleha and 5 H E LL
R.none of them would stop permanent quarters in their Miss Anna McCullough en- about asked to the come plant.in Members their work are battery terminal connectors are 6 Turn off the lights, radio, heater,

loose not full battery voltage heater fan. This there
i clothes to help clean up and ,you may get way are no

: landscape the grounds. when you try to start. With reduced voltextra demands on the battery. It can de-

' STARKE! BUSINESS DIRECTORY ready Copies for of all the members by-laws, and are i' age, the engine is harder to start. Some"ote its full power to starting the engine. \"\\\ J J//I

: this closes the first quarter of times the starter won't even turn the enOTE: Don't forget to turn lights on again

the record of work done by gine. It's easy to keep connectors tight. when you start up. -r
.,a, --- members, who are asked to ,
I AUTO SERVICE AUTO SERVICE bring reports at this time. :. .
4UTO, PARTS Hostesses for the next meet

Starke's ing will be Mrs. Grace Perry
-.v Dodd's Service .& and Mrs. Christine Bartlett.A -

Starke Motor Auto Sales Cities Service StationJ. leadership training meet

C. Gardener ing on "The Finished Lookin
Sales 4 Service
.. Every 3Iechankal Clotheswill be held Thursday -
Parts Co. Inc. Service
M GENERAL REPAIRING General Repairs Automatic I morning, March 29, in I
International Lifetime Gainesville.

Jobber fear Local hr NAPA: Tires. Batteries FTCESTONI Mufflers Accessorie 705 TIRES N. Temple TransmissionsCities Service- BATTERIES Products Starke fIRST KEYSTONE BAPTIST HEIGHTS CHUBCB!I.!11;.! "Our Shell dealers check your oil, battery radiator and wipe your windshield without -

Cor Brownlee &; Clark 528 S. Walnut 964-3861 PHONE 964-9911 J. R. Smith, pastor Ralph] !;Ii ;I1 Ii. being asked says John i Torode

Bill Edwards Minister of Music ,
: Copeland,
\ ..Phone i6-$801, S64.08U J. B. \VrightSlNCL.4TR
tnd church organist. .. :I
Starke "66" SERYICBSTATION Services: Sunday School 9:45: ; Mann's Shell Service Rivers Shell StationCor.

'*. m. Morning Worship. 10:50i;! Madison & Church Starke Graham- i

ServiceWheel Complete date Service 4. m. Training Union, 7:60 p.;! ;
AUTO REPAIRS Tires m. Evening services 1:00 p! i ,
: Smiths Shell
Balancing & Af1EnmentPhone Lubrication Washing m. You are invited to than Service ; ; Stallings Truck Stop ,

964-8SS1 542 Madison W3-2881 family Prayer time witn us. i ii i U. S. 301 Lawtey .k. U. S. 301 WaldoPrescott's l EL

Earl's Garage 617 N. Temple Starke AUTO TIRES COMMUNITY CHURCH | Bucks
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS \ Grocery Service Station

ALL KINDS OF Gilbert S. Brown 1[ Starke Recap Co. Dr. A. C. Holt, Minister i)i U. S. 301 (North) Starke Middleburg \

J Pappy Eeolstea Owner Mgt I
Standard Oil Seethe Statleft Mrs. George A. Cano,., Or-: '
AUTO ItEPAmVORK I ATLAS ]Kecappinr for Cars & True:guJst and Director. ;, Bill Reddish Store Baker's Shell Station
TIRES Richard Cushtian Tooth Dir.! Heilbronn Springs .
I & BATTERIES Lake GeneraPrevatt's
All NEW <
'" Guaranteed Budget Terms- Road Service BATTERIES AT SAVINGS Sunday School 9:45 a. m.j "" .<................,. .",,, .-4'--' -_ '

Phone 585-2314 Morning Worship, 11 a. a JOHN TORODE
f.; Phone 864-7071 Phone S64-2I Young People 7 p. m,' Hari e/s Garage Shell Station .

80. Walnut start I 407 N. Temple Starke :SOl South Starke Pioneers 6 p. m. Highway 16 (East) Starke E. Brownlee St. Starke Distributor'PAoE