Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01229
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 29, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01229
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Julian C. Yonge

U. of Fla. Library History
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II Starke I 1 tel To Be Razed t I :_ _-

rue venerable Starke Hotel.tern 1 T J'1pu .
stopovers by '
traveling jealous by accounts of "MissSallie's With the coming of s_ .

(formerly the Starke House. ), salesmen, who used to make,:;[ roast beef enjoyed by motels to- Starke some 10 modern or 15 1# 1k &1 _

Perhaps the oldest structure on Starke:their headquarters in the local .. i_-:
businessmen ..
Call I)[ on occasions years ago. registrations at the iI# .. .. --:
Street will _
soon fall before I
days before fast cars and four- when :
they would have to eat old hotel started :
I to decline & .
,the onslaught of wrecking lane highways. I"down until 4k .t -
crews.H. towiL"In it no longer could be operated 'a r: _
Arthur Alvarez v
82-year-old J 1917 the : -
property was purchased profitably. '
t V. Knight; .Starke Attor- Starkite 'gays he can remembex' -[ by Col. D. E. ;.- i-- ;:w: .4 : _
ne ', saId this week that, the the old hotel being operatedby Starke Knight, Many Starkitea still have ..- r .Ii ___ _
attorney. He 'and his memories re'or : --
ancient building, owned by his a.Mrs. .Jones when he was wife made extensive additions m less fond ________ j : _

Bother. Mrs. D. E;'Knight, a ,boy. He'thinks the structure and improvements and operatedit -Fred of P.the Stump ancient, veteran structure.Starke ..._ -.... :. _-- -L : !$J 3..; : \ 4; __
be ____ :
razed within the next must be u _
w over 90 old. ,
years hotel
as a for '
two months. a number of I merchant, recalls stopping at r : ..,- ._.: I ; '-
Later the building was acquired _ _- 1
There -II-
years. were numerous the Starke House when he .. .
Future of the property la still i by Bill Tison, whose other i : first i __ ,, ; ; ; %.:!:%2.z E _
second managers over. the. .vears., .arrived here in 1911.: He asked .- .4': I -1 ,
undetermined, but Knight said wife, Sally Haislop Tison,i and it enjoyed- a degree of prosperity -',.for a room and bath and __ ___ : _ .l; : -' :/ _
the was _
e for site a would probably be used was hostess there for a numberof especially during World told, 'We've got a room for you. __ ,___ __ : __ __ ,.- ,.. -___ ___ __
parking lot or for the -
years. Drew Alvarez -' -
purjchased War II when Camp Blanding but you'll have the -
local unit to get bath -- ; : _
of a women's''Weal the boarding house about I._ ... ..
,. chain. 1912 and brought thousands of visitors to at the .barber. shop down the II _ -,--- -- -- _
Closed his wife another Starke. It was also ,popular street." 4. __ _______ : -
for the past eight ]fts Sallie" Lj -
Acquired considerable -with tourists headed for St Mr. :
years Stump also recalls having -
hotel wasa fane
for the table
victim of the she Petersburg since an overnight to'change rooms soon after I _. .... .
big switch to set SOT business well .4.-
men as as stop here would --
place them his arrival
motels by the because the first one :
traveling public traveling salesmen. More thanneStrke ,
within easy reach of the Sunshine -- -
to --
assigned him located
ii -_also) a change In the patvYeeKsKeceipti housewife --.---- ,
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t (Continued on Page 5] As It Looked in "Starke House" Davs wo. I
AS it Appears Today

I, BRAZ.ORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH City's Rising Insurance Costs I Will File AppealReddish

)f. I Cause Council To Seek Rate CutRising I Denied

I Official County Publication Established In 1879

costs of insurance have, and! then submit separate New TrialCircuit

VOLUME EIGHTY-THREE: STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAR. 2*, 199S, prompted Starke's city coun- bids to the board by

""I"" w. __, NUMBER THIRTYNINEli to meet with representa- Tuesday, April 10, two weeks

lotal $51,431 in ves from several companies away. The agents are to work Judge John A. H. week during which Reddish'sexecution

BurneD DyalCharged special session Tuesday out a common basis on which Murphree Wednesday after- will take place.
Twister I night in
Twists an effort to
adjust they are to submit noon denied Joe
bids for a Reddish's motion Scruggs also filed a mo
Berries I rates.
Heading Into Stove better comparison. It will be for a new trial, then tion for an order of insolvency

1 %VithMansliughter i 1! the The boaid's matter was brought to left entirely to the council to sentenced; the 41-year-old in behalf of Reddish
charlene Jones, a six-year- I last decide which of the named Raiford man to death in the requiring that Union Countypay
old Negro girl, may lay by City Clerk Merrill coverages they will purchase, electric chairReddish's the cost of his appeaL

t For 'Pay Dirt'With claim to historical signlfi- Edwards arranged and at the his meeting suggestion.was accordingto_ th n__ _._rrn__....__ attorney Sig bee The motion was granted by
cance as the first "twist
I Edwards pointed out Scruggs, who sought the new. Judge Murphree.
casualty" in the Bradford- Tuesday Stump also said the city's trial on grounds that the I Testimony during the February -
_1 another four to slz Union ght that the cost of insurance -
weeks of Burnell Herschel Dyal; has County area. to the present insurance policy is court erred 22 times in the I trial indicated that
shipping to
yet city has risen
Bradford been certified dyer to Circuit Charlene was admitted to I I from "outdated and needs many February trial, will file an. Croft and his companion,
: $6,950.23 in I
strawberry Bradford to $10399 ,- "
Court on charge of manslaughter County Hospital changes. He also cited a appeal. If Murphree's Ronald Jackson, were shot
; sentence -I
growers are ] I in 1961. He
already within said
I this week for treatment of a definite need in the city fora
in connection with is ultimately affirmedby when they went to the Red
hollering distance'of, last aea-, j i ever, that $2,000 of the increase
burned received -
.c ann. from safety for all
the death of Mrs. JeanettePeacock program em- the Supreme Court, Governor dish home near Raifojd 0
son's .total -. I -.
revenue and in
pro contact with hot j came 1958-59 as a.result .
stoie. She ployees."A
r I
duction. ,- Wilkerson of Gaines- ,Bryanti11 set the! serve a warrant charging
Barring some unforeseen lives of the addition of the I
Lake ;
near Butler. safety cannotbe
ville in automobile program Reddish into
an accident with firing the
,Disaster, berryreceipt* When "I city's natural gas distribution '
thjs ,season should- easily .near Brooker March 20. i asked how the acel- sytsem. over emphasized, Stump Prison Tag Plant home of a neighbor.
H top dent occurred j
(Charlene'smother stated and said if his com
the $200,000 The action was, taken after Reddish was also indictedfor
,ma&hdrhIjiI) :: : replied, "She was do- Even; when the addition ofthe pany were to write the city's
even reach ,a quarter of 'a a preliminary hearing before Gets $102,179For the murder of Jackson, a
Ing the twfct"Frotrr gas system is taken into \ insurance it would providean
million. County Judge "t. A. Yawn at I nephew of Sheriff John
2P.. m. last Friday.'Dyal ., all over the country 'account< however, insurance engineer to set up such Whitehead of Union County,
Since shipments started hereon .', I reports have been made of costs have still climbed $3,449 'l a program. According to Expansion
but tried for the
l 'Was also sentenced was only
Feb. 26, growers ,1 have"sold sprained backs, slipped discs, | during the five year span. In Stump such a program would

43,268 flat 'at'' the market for -{" Wednesday ,in ,Circuit Court I and broken limbs as a re- | 1958 the city paid out $7,068.71 I definitely cut down the number The State Cabinet this week: murder of Croft.

a return of IJ33,3$5.3. Last jii to prison terms of from six i suit of indulging in'the stren- j for insurance in 1959, $8-I of claims from the city, awarded a $102,179 contract to

year's entire, season ,(? arch .8 months to five years and 11011& iew dance cJj1.ze... II 210.33) and in 1960, $10,269.40. I on injured employees and thus a Huntington, Pa. firm to expand -RegistrationTo

through May! :27} *aw '53,402 from six monthS to two yearson Ii Charlene's case however, Is The difference in costs in 1960 reduce rates. and modernize the tag Close

flats. sold ,for $168,614.33.. 'with charges i ;of possession of the first known instance of a and 1961 was only $151.81, 'I Another point which came plant at Raiford State Prison.

shipments expected jt f'.cont1n e ., still apparatus and posses :twister twisting into a red I Edwards said. up for much discussion was The John R. Wald Co., which: On April 7

Into May, the current'season -. sion ,of moonshine whiskey. hot stove. j The clerk also declared that i j the distribution of the commissions will provide a complete license?
Registration to vote in t fie
4 should far exceed( 19dl. In volume Dyal was charged JWith: being the city is presently paying insurance paid to the H. C.' plate metal treatment and
May primaries will close a' 5
and revenue.. intoxicated 'after' .the. fatal Wall Agency of Starke whichnow
premiums on many L enameling system, also install
.. p. m. Saturday, April 7. Bo) SWiU
Bradford beiTf s-.are' now ,t. accWe ,' .- ben, state .Tfrpop* S ondary RoadPavin'g equipment< items still listed at writes city insurance. ed the original tag plant equip: remain in the '-
open p
peak production) with' tfte week er'L...: .N.Fowler estimated he the" same'price as when they The y/all.agency, though it meat 30 years ago. 'Ji!, pmfta *tmtil April 5, afrwhich

: of March '21-27 the blggest sb ,' ; c :was 'driving ;,85' mph in a ,,25 To ere'new but whi h' are acually writes U.ythe insurance. re- Prisons Director H. G. Cochran L-, all registration will '>eat

: far ,this season.: During, this ; ..; I mph aone ona curve in Begin'w several years old. It ceives only 40 per centot Jr. said the new equipment the supervisor's office

period the m&tkethandM. If>: front ,or'the. .ClYde'Cone I In Eqrly as also pointed out at the all commissions paid by the would allow the prison to dou the 'courthouse. in

823 flats for a-'return of 451- .home" s east: of Brooker.Mrs. meeting that the city was city with the remaining 60() ble the number of motor vehicle All who have

431.24 at an average of' ,|3.Wi'' ,, .- .-,. ..- .. -- -.. -.. Wilkersbn, was crushed placed in the "assigned risk" per cent being distributed license plates from 15,000 a day; doubt persons about their registration any
Work on two important
per -flat. ;'Leaton' Morgan' (left) and 'truman Norman are ready ,to'1' beneath the car, driven by.Dyal secondary roads in Bradford category in 1954 when claims among other agencies. According to about 30,000 daily. The tobacco being in order are advised lo

The, ,seasOz'3. average, &4 far! fl oa9&4a pickup full of Floridastrawberry ,,,,90's as Bradford County* which skidded 200 feet County, involving an expendi- were made for a street workerand 1 to Councilman RubyJohns ? factory is being moved check with the supervisor, Mrs.

is '$3.08 per flat (12 pints), as season headed for off the'road; then rolled end- ire of $222,790 is expected :. a policeman killed on the that policy was set up from the tag plant building to Marian I* Crosby, before the
new heights.
compared with an overall 'season Newly designed over-end' for another 104 job. Grover Stump, representing by the insurance companies' the new prison to make room April 7 deadline.
fhrts. >> I> year, for- the tint time arry the name ''8tar e. feet before coming to rest on to begin by April 3, theState the Charley E. Johns Insurance themselves several years ago: for the new equipment.The .
average of $3.15 In 1961.: .. Road Department an- The supervisor Is in her office -
This years average fit f expected I 1*.,. strawberries. its top. nounced this week. The two Agency of Starke,, when the present policy was tag plant turned out I at the courthouse Tuesday

to Increase, however, as berried roads will mean a total of: said, however that company written. 3.4 million license plates for!and Thursday nights from 7 to

from the Plant'City and,Bade I Masons To 6.9 miles of new paving in would be willing to write the The council also instructedthe 1962, and Cochran said the !8 o'clock for the convenience of

County areas fade out ,of 'the Prison Terms nded To Six the county. city's insurance minus the "as. agents, when they meet state's automobile registrationwas persons unable to see her dur.
EnteriainGrand signed risk" clause. That i next week, to consider redis- increasing
; picture. The 'Dedan Church Road : steadily. ing regular offices hours
: would mean a five to 10 percent tributing the commission to .

Prices at the market here .Wednesday By Jt idge Patten Master will be paved between State: reduction in premiums, 'I' give the company actually
strengthened considerably Wednesday Road 18 east of Brooker and Thinclads
and should coUnestrong Bradford Lodge No. 35, F. & State Road 18 at Graham. Stump told Mayor Randal t l\\ writing the insurance a greater Edged 57-52 By BooneIn

at least until Easter Sentences and probations Tommy DeSue, Negro, ''w1:o A.M. will entertain the GrandMaster Chitty. I percentage.

,were meted out in almost had pleaded guilty to setting of Masons in Florida State Road S-225A will be At Stump's suggestion the I II According to Clerk Edwards. i

The Easter good market for berries Is traditionally and- e qual proportions. Wednesday 1 fire to Oscar Dell's house,, Most Worshipful Fletcher G paved between State Road I group decided that the insurance I "The company that writes the Stetson-Mainland Relays Sat.

the fact that Easter comes, l late ,morning by Circuit Judge was placed on three-year: ; McQueen and RWDDGM Jack S-225 and State Road S-125, agents would meet next I insurance does all the work

this should work in the George' L. Patten in thebaTIeit ]probation with the provision I McComb of the 8th Masonic west of Lawtey. week by themselves to decide and should receive all the

1 favor year of "sentencing day" he is to pay $10 weekly to I|District at a fish fry and Master Work on these projects in L what coverage the city should I commis. ton." I i I Bad luck in the high hur- .I season.

growers. remembered here outside of a 1 Dell until $1,000 damages 1 Mason degree to be held at addition to paving includes: p ---.-. I dies and broad jump cost ,: Seymour also was off form in
The quality of berries now clearing grubbing grading, u- Bradford High thinclads Saturday :,the 110-yard high hurdles behind
regular term of court. 1 has been paid. i 6:30: p. m. Friday March 30, ; -
being offered here Is described Sentences'were imposed on Bobby Wilkes, charged 'with' in the Masonic Temple. stabilizing, and the construction ;.? as they were edged 57- i,i a winning time of 15:5: sec
as ,excellent, with the weather: P'4 52 by Orlando Boone, Class onds. He has
six defendants, while another j theft of from Mrs.. ThedegreeWiIlbePUtOflt by) of drainage structures. ;, i( already been tint-
just cool enough to keep them pecans AA school in d
five were: placed on probation ]Hazel Hall drew two years'. RWDDGM Horace B. Collins i o f Ralph Powers of Lake City, the Stetson- at 15:4 in the event as hewon
I in top condition for::shipping. Mainland Relays in Deland. it last week in a dual meet
and one pre-sentence j probation with the provision: the 10th Masonic District and|I Road Board member for Dis ,

.investigation was ordered. \that he make restitution for his Duval County Patrol degree -! tnct Two said that the S. M. Though they placed second:with Gainesville High School.
Fair Association, ,Bin-nek flerschel Dyal received -I I $50 worth of pecans. team. This team has received -:i| Wall Co. of Gainesville has '., in the meet the Tornadoes The Tornadoes also registered .
managed to
To Meet FridayIn two indeterminate wide publicity as being'one been awarded the contract I l steal their share j | f two more first placesas
Shirley Lavonne
Napier, of the
'sentences, to run concurrently of, the. best and most proficient -, and will have 170 working .4.__;iir. thunder as they won I Freeman Register won the
pleaded guilty to shooting four first !
Courthouse c in Florida.Members the ject. I places and laid claim I i I j 100-yard dash
,' on two separate chargesof | j her husband in a local I days to complete pr L to two of with a time of
possession of still andJOssesS1on" of all lodges in the seven broken ree-I ;10:5: second, and the mile
The Bradford County Fair bar, was placed on threyears' iei .. I ords. i
) of still and moonshine 8th. Masonic. District are expected FFA Land medley relay team of John
Association will hold its 'aha probation. ., Lynwood Walters wrote one
,' whiskey.:Dyal was sentenCed to attend.. is also expected -; 'p 'I Adams, Hallie Seymour. Tom
nual meeting at..7SO:. p.'D Fri to from six months to Erma Lee Allen ,Negress'[ that four candidates will 1 -; new mark into the books as !' Gardner and Mike Darby

r day. March 30,:in the court two)years on one count and charged with assault with intent i- be ta waiting for the degree.AU' Judging Set'i i l F ? r2" he soared 13 feet 1 inch in the i,; took that event with a timeof

I house. Important'bUsiness to commit murder :- pole vault he took first
yri1 I as
from. six months to five Masons in Bradford County 3 : ____ I 3:49.6.: Gardner, a sophomore
be transacted at .this,meeting'! years .on. the second._ 'pleaded guilty to aggravated are invited< to' atiend.Improvements For Friday \I__' .. l..f______ place from teammate Irwin i also placed second in
and all members of the association .- assault and was placed' ,on i Martin. Walter's victory was
j the shot
'Van Harold Prescott received 1 I put. Places in other
are'urged to attend. two-year probation with .,the especially sweet as he has up
the Brad: j -
Four members of events wereHallrune
sentences -, MadeIn [ ..
provision that she is not to 1 to now beEn! playing second }
of from six months to ford Chapter of the Future __ _ _,l, i Larry Noegel
: return to Lawtey. Baseball will travel'to _.. -. .c. fiddle to Martin who had i
SEE LE RAE two years on two separate I ,Farmers of America -- second.

counts of possession of moon-I I ;iA pre-sentence investigation Field For Boys Gainesville tomorrow to compete -]I: _L jumped Walter's 12 12 feet feet 9 inches to)I 880-Relay third.

a "AristocratOf shine still Sentences will run : was ordered by Judge in the State Land Judging,, ". q 6 inches. Mile-relay "- third.
Walters also the Brad
Magic" concurrently. I Patten in the case of James Work has been under way, Contest I owns Florida Military School
i I ford High broad jump record;
Herbert A. Prescott charged I Robinson Negro charged iI I during the. past!? month to improve Members 'of the team are at 20 feet 6 inches. The old I' placed third in the meet with
Presented :
I By with grand larcency, was with assault with intent I to; the Little Boys Baseballfield Don Brandes Carl Rhoden,I vault 35 points, Winter Park was
record at the Stetson-
Lawtey Junior High given an indeterminate sentence murder his wife, Eula Mae for,this coming year. Wayne demons and Tommy! ; Mainland Relays was owned !:j'1 ;fourth with 31, and Seabreeze.
P.T.A. of from six months to Robinson. The ictteld has Deen mo"edfurther Raulerson. FFA and 4-H teams I : by Fritchy Smith of Palatka !; fifth with 24. '

two years. from the road anda from; every county in the state \ i!
away who jumped 13 feet last
: year.
Berry Dyal Home will be competing for a trip to 1 ... I r
Lawtey School .
I I C. B. Brown drew inde- backstop has been erected to I -' )J-" '-<" T .'" r ', Bradford's other broken I'Groundbreaking'

1. Auditoriu, i ,Jerminate sentences of from Completely Razed give added protection to all ballplayers the National Land Judging Con- ., '. 11.," ;.., ..." ;. i it record came as no surprise as{]For New Beulah
test in Oklahoma. This is the i(' .. |
and spectators. ; '
SATURDAY six months to two years (to t tall lanky high jumper Hal- i
APRIL 7 By Fire third year a EPA chapter from I .1l
run concurrently] on each of SundayThe The fences will be erected in lie Seymour, leaped 6 feet 2 Church Set Apr. 8

8:00PM. I three worthless' check charges. the next couple of weeks and!Bradford County will have com j 3T; inches to erase his old mark
Bradford County Rescue peted in the contest. ;;
Adults.5O, Wallace O'Neal, 16, was Unit : the program will get underway! of 5 feet lOVi inches set last;, Groundbreaking ceremonies
answered call for
Students. sentenced. to three yearson a help during the last week of April. The team is sponsored by ,--'-"- year. Seymour is expected to{ for the new Beulah Church on
25c Sunday morning from E. L.
the Bradford Soil Conservation
a breaking and entering Lester of Brooker in behalf of I Other work that baa been go consistently higher than{). Highway 21 east of Camp
Junior Club Honors Scouts '
charge with Judge Patten Mr. and Mrs. done so far this! fiscal year is his Saturday height this season Blanding win be held Sun

the sentence Berry Dyalwhose the of ForumThe day, April 8.
recommending building a new tennis Jaycee
house was completely] Hants that bear golden flowers at
This are being planted
Space Contributed be served at the Appaiacni court backstop and replacing Though they lived up to Rev. Marvin V. Stedham of

Weekly tt PjbUtj Correctional Institute. destroyed morning.by The fire early house Sunday the old outdoor basketball I fa- Jaycee Forum will be schools in the county this week by the Junior Woman's Gob expectations In the pole vault Palatka win bring the morn

Coma-It." E' 'fa. Walter Arthur Alvarez, was 1 dlities, which were in bad;!I broadcast over radio station in commemoration of the Girl Scout orpnb on's! 50th An- and high jump both Walters ing message at 11 a. n., after
.t 7. not covered by insurance. and Seymour had trouble which
'1'f charged with possession of shape. WRGR at 7 o'clock tonight niversary. Pictured with shrubbery Just planted at Starke in the groundbreaking

I The Community moonshine. still was placedon Anyone wishing to help in Other projects that are planned according to Jaycee Carl Lamar -- Elementary School are: (1st row, I-r) Jadde Smith, Intermediate the broad jump as Starke ceremony will be held. Dinner .
any way may do so by contacting ,Scout Elaine Akridge and handed all five places to theiropponents. will be served at I
thre -'ear probation and for this year, include a ceramics Johns. ; Terry Anton, Brownies; pan.

State B fined $500 with a sentenceof ilh. Lester at Srooker! program, Senior CitizensClub No topic had been announced Ann Borchardt, Intermediate. 2nd row: Glenda Wade, Senior The winning leap The Williams Brothers of
was measured at 20
LI: 4.I from six to 18 months if 'or the Bradford. County Civil ,, and a new tennis court ed for totima.s 'late asTuesda1. Girl Scout, and Sirs. Jerome Johns president of the Junior feet 4 Jacksonville are among the
'' Inches. a mark which
payment, of fine defaulted., .,'Defense Rescue Unit. lighting ystem. ** ,fr *n !: 'Woman's Club Organization of,the Intermediate: Scouts. both singers who win be heard,
-- ,. _, --- boys have already bettered this I along with WJl-othms.



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COUNTY TELEG PAGE: FOURTEEN THURSDAY.---- __'__ MATh_ ___ 29. 1962__ ,
4'4 ; .n.

Mrs L. C. Haile and Mr.I Mrs. W. B. Sewell returned f Mr. and :Mrs. Rufus R. Girl Scouts 50 Pay Positions Mama PriestKindergarten p. m. Prayer Meeting Friday. "

and Mrs.. Lamar Haile Jr. and last Friday from two weeks Hutchings spent the weekend 7:45: p m. I '

two sons of St. Petersburgwere visit with relatives in Georgia. :,I with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Green I Celebrate GoldenAnniversary Now AvailableIn To i: I -

Sunday visitors of Mrs. Mrs. L. ,A. Davis attendedthe tn Tavares. AF ReserveThe Present Operetta ;
W. G. Haile. luncheon at the George Junius Smith is visiting relatives 'See .. .

Mr. and Mrs.,Leonard. Noe- Washington Hotel last Wednesday In Washington, D. C. 9324th Air Force Re- The Mama Priest Kindergarten '
In celebration of the Golden
GLADYS MO Ty -- PHONE 9 t- G.51 gel. Mrs. Nell Pinkerton and honoring Mrs.' Robert I through Sunday. anniversary Girl ScoutIng serve Recovery Squadron, class will present an Hi i Neighbor I

.Mrs.. E._L. visited :Mr. : Bachman of ,Washington. ,. D.j I Mr.:}and Mrs.,Franklin Moonof the local G rf Scout and has announced the availability operetta, "The Wedding of the ,

Mrs. Frazier Shaw'Has mov- Col.' arid Mrs. Lloyd c H. Lewis and Mrs H. B.- Trescott. at C., who is President General Poland, N.. Y, are spend Brownie of approximately 50 pay Flowers," at 7:30 p. m. Fridayin .
have partici-
-ttt-'t' her cottage on Brook- of'Wilmington, Deia. were Daytona Beach on Sunday. Of, .U.,. D. C. ing several weeks with Mrs. Troops positions. the BHS auditorium. The with Jim Watson,
Dated in several activities dur-
",bn Lake for the summer visiting Col. and Mrs. T. 'T. Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Mull n.s Mrs. .J, J. Anderson and two G., L. 'Farber.X"lt "This is excellent I public is invited. There is no and on March 30 '
lID the past month. an oppor-I
t jMe Mr. and'Mrs. Max Davis I Long from Friday to. Tuesday.Mrs. and family spent the weekendin sons and Mrs. William Hardeeof mahogany finish .Moiorola admission charge. GUEST ;
The senior Girl Scouts oPen- tunity for veterans of all services SPECIAL K>
..P.t Texas, affllated with the Bill Morar and son, Ocala .with their parents. Fernandina Beach were record player, onsoli, j :
to become active in this i I
ed the Junior Woman's Club!i
"Houston Gas Co. at Brooker 'and H. 'Wave of Panama City W. F. Herlong; entered Bradford Saturday guests of Mr. and like new. ,$8.55 month at'I : Air HEttBRONNBAFTIST
meeting March 5 with their new Force Recovery program -
have rented her home on Bes- spent' "Wednesday: '.to Sunday County Hospital on-Tuesday -' MrsL.. A. Davis. his Dahmer Discount House. II flae ceremony on while the intermediate ." Maj. Rush E. Choate, CHURCH Ceo Huggins
sent Road. with Mr. and Mrs. H. A, Law- for observation and treatm Carr Colley visited ,I Mrs. G. H. Gullett of Fay- ,
-- 1 Colley, troop opened the 1 j squadron commander said. Wednesdays
Jackie Prayer Meeting
: Mr. and Mrs. Howaid Lue- son. Thev all went io Lakeland nt. daughter, :Miss ette. Ala.., J. C. Hoffman of !
"Our mission is for the Starke- :
: bke and family of Lake City on Friday to visit rela- 'While! {ihey'last! One dozen in Fernandina on Sunday.Rev. II I Dublin* Ga.., .and Mrs. ,Lloyd j Starke Elementary PTA meet-i I Gainesville 7:30 p. m. Rev. Joe Roop. Bradford CountyAgricultural
I i area, training and
Bob Badgettand insr! on March 13 and the same i i School 10 m.
Sunday a.
were; Sunday visitors of Mr. is RPM mOrds-49c: a baff.DahmeVs and I Miller .of Jacksonville Beach ; AgentAt
the Gainesville
tives.Mr. I evening the Brownie Troop I serving at
his Worship. 11 m.
parentsand Morning a.
and Mrs. and Mrs. Jesse Newc'wne 'Discount House.The family visited :Wednesday visitors of i )
: Mack Futch.Pf :were ," 6:45 A. M.
Mr. and ooened the meeting! with the:! Municipal Airport Maj. : Training Union 6:30: p. m
a c John Mack ,Newsome of and MY. and Mrs. Russell Mc- following members of grandparents, Mr, and Mrs.. H. L. Speer, i iI Choate continued.
: South-
flag at the j I Powerful
at : ceremony 7:30
Badgett Evening Worship. : p. m. on
Port Rae were in W ycrbss Mrs. Homer W. Junius Smith .was in .
: Benning home Mrs. '
was for the Starke Junior Woman's
I Worth, and Mr.arid Mrs.I .; side Elementary PTAmeeting.I I It was pointed out that veterans 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship. 12 \
the weekend. Sunday vlsitih'sr Mr. and Chicago. m. ,last Thursday t6 I II }
Club 'and their husbands attended !
I F. Carlson at Daytona I ; The senior Girl Scouts planted :! who have at least 90 Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning
Mrs. }Morris I. Williams Justis attending the American Jacksonville
: Mr. and Mrs. William ile'E7en and ., the .Southside 'JuniorWoman's Beach several days last week. Sunday | "poMen blossoms" bought:\j I days of active duty are eligible Worship, 11 a. In. Surlay WFGA-TV
family. i Institute of Laundering !
6f Cabot, Pa. were Mon- Club skit night in Cowen accompaniedhis \ for them bv their sponsors j to apply under the new Evening Service 7:45: p. m..
: day visitors Mr. and Mr!;. Charles Law- Jacksonville last Friday night: Danny convention.,
of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Louise Johns, i the senior Woman's Club and,i regulations. "Veterans and I Ii ,
a C. T. McManus. !son; and son of Lakeland spent Mrs. Warren Winkler, Mrs. Pat aunt. Mr. ,and Mrs.. W. T. Shiverof 1! -1 i
all three troops planted shrub- I
Sunday reservists can earn pro-i
: Merle Grider of Fernandina the weekend with Mr. and Cauffman, Mr. and Mrs. back to Atlanta, Ga. on_ Jennings' spent the week-: .....__ __..:iI .,__ __ _'- '-,,'" +"..0.,,. I _._H___ __ ... __LL___pay._... '-___ !I 1 _
to tare : ijy auu .UUWC"Ii iill wuAU": motion, ana retirement/ / cenei '
S Under Mrs. H. A. Lawson. Wayne Douglas Mr. and :Mrs. and end with Mri.. and Mrs. Paul' '
and Lloyd ,
of St. Simons local schools and in various i fits by actively participating' Florida 'theatreFRIDAYSATURDAYMAR.
Mrs. O. L. Haynes returned< Lavern by bus on Monday. Raymond and., Mrs. Barbara, t
: Island Outlaw, Miss Betty
spent weekend during
:36" full size range $129.95 areas in the community in our nation's defense right :
uith their Saturday from six weeks visit jane Morgan, Mrs. J. D. Warren Lang. I
a parents :Mr. and Slade Gas. the past month in commemoration here at home," Maj. Choate
: Mrs. R. H. Grider. with MJr. and Mrs. J. A. Scan- Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy with trade. out-of-town attending i T. .H. Slade was host to his i of their Golden'I' said. "Aircraft Recovery is 30-31
Ian at Vent Hill Farms, Va. I Those from Sunday School class on a |i .
Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Green. Mrs. Lola Garbett, Mrs .
.. Duncan the funeral of M. L. t anniversary.Last a new mission for the new AF ,
: spent the weekend with Mr Mr...and Mrs. W- R.. Honnoll; Jerome Johns. Mrs. E. L- Monday of last yachting trip from Mayport I Saturday, the intermediate I!, Reserves. In case of enemy DOUBLE FEATURE -

a and Mrs. K. T. Duncan and of Waynesville, N. C. were Badman, Mrs. Nell Pinkfrton, Johns Sr. on Miss Louise Johnsof 1 down .,the intercoastal water- ': troops with. Mrs. H. attack, aircraft recovery LOUIS FRiMA Presents
week were ..
a children: at West Point. Ga. visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mrs. Charles Sawyer, Miss : Mr. and Mrs.I way last Saturday. The group G. Bollinger as leader; and I!' squadrons will activate 300
: Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Sheppard Herlong last week. Charlene Hardy and Mrs. Denzil Atlanta Thomas, of; Lake Wales; i I left at:30 8:30: a.m. and returnedat the Mrs. Freeman Register, Jr.!: auxiliary air bases." I
S and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Air.: and Mrs. Vernon Red- Vernon Reddish.Mr. Romie Johns 5: pjn. enjoyed a picnic-hike,at Gold
: McLeod dish will into their and Mrs. G. J. McGrif Mr. and Mrs. :j trip were:: Rev. and Mrs. J, R. afternoon -I I Veterans and reservists are
and families spent move new Dr. F. L. Renfroe, Mr. and. Head Branch. The same j needed to train for or qualify ,
children, Bonnie -
U Sunday afternoon at the home on Bayless Highway this Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mrs. Brabham the senior Scouts;with
Mrs. Nelson Dekel and | for positions as specialists in ,
: Stephen Foster Memorial. weekend. Graham spent the weekendin Graudon, Gerry Mrs. Pat Cauffman, leader,
Ruby Bethea of Jacksonville; Harriet Lou- '! the following fields: admini- .
Mrs. Jessie Young of the Mr- and Mrs. J. M. Edward Fort Lauderdale where I Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Carter, of Betsy Matthews. and Mrs. Lola Garbett, went, stration, personnel, weather '
Jackie Hines, Bobby
: Starke Garden Club was a have returned from a six they attended the wedding of Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs.I don. Dean Thompson, bowling at the Gailiesville I', operations, construction, woodwork PLUS
White Billy
U judge in the Horticultur and weeks business trip to Phoe- Mrs. Sally Keith and D. A. John Bowlero.
Marion Neal and Mrs. I II ? | building maintenance,
I Erwin, Randy COzatt,
: :Design Division.at the Gainesville nix and Tuscon, Ariz. Their Monteith at All Saints Episcopal Burleigh of Tarpon Springs Bryan and Buddy G rbett. The highlight .of the Girt electricians, plumbers firemen Elvis Presley in G. I. Blues
S Flower Show over the daughters and Church on Sunday aftefnoon Scout SOth Anniversary observance
Gayle Dianne and Mr. and Mrs. Robert De BULLINGTON'SGeneral I supply, weapons, fuel
: tf eekefid. .Also, attending the of Bartram School, Jackson at 2 o'clock.Mr. kel of Lake City. will bea:'spaghetti SUPPlY. policemen, medical "HOW TO TWIST" ,

show .was Mrs! M. F., Hazen, yille are home this week for and Mrs. W. C. Powell, Mrs. W. H. Edwards and! Electric Appliances supper at the M th dist Fellowship -;; (dorps communications tele- '

: president of the Starke Garden their Spring holiday. John Powell, and Mrs. Clyde Mrs. Drew Reddish and children Phone 9646551Mrs. Hall, this Thursday phone repairmen. radio opera- Cartoon-"He Man-She Man"Friday

U Club.' Terwillegar were fishing at Effie J6hns was visit- evening ,with'. 6(7(. girls-attend -
Mrs. Nell Pinkerton of Rob- were visiting :Mr. and tors, and vehicle operators.The .
30 all6n glass-lined water inson, Ill. is spending several Marathon last week. Mrs. W. R. Royster Jr. in ing Mrs. Henry Carter and ing from thJ< three,, ifoops..Ttmior 9324th trains one Night -- 8:00 P. M.
: theater $6195! with trade. Slade'Gas. Complete built-in-kitchen. Sunday. Mrs. iElandolph; Crosby in 'T'hP.. .. Woman's Club
,weeks with. Mrs. E. L. Badman --- -
Oven top unit hood, sink Jacksonville on Maxville last Thursday., Mrs. Jiake weekend a month at the
III an4 t M'rs. Pat C uff an.Ig. and Mrs. P. D. Red- donated .
h_ __ .. matched in your choice of Sheriff Johns had as Sunday guests. month, a real eYent for all Gainesville airport and for
color-Complete only $289.95.Slade dish made a business trip Mrs. W. G. Smedley and .1irs. Girl Scouts.fftacfn&. two weeks each summer at an Contestants From Teen Time

Gas. Youngstown, Ohio from Thurs- Brenda Glen of Lake City. active Air Force Base. Pay

T. H. Slade was in Atlanta, day to Tuesday. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Levy Payne :: : Forester positions are now available at Admission 50c
and Mrs. Glen Reddishin ,
Mr. listed
Ga. from Sunday to Tuesday Mrs. Wyatt Payne, Mrs. Sarah all ranks in the above

attending the Southeastern Pennsgrove, N. J. while en- Gasatt Mrs. K. T. Phillips SKdwl Slides specialists. SUN., MON.,. & TUES. WElL, THURS., & FRI.

.. ..
LP Gas Convention.Mr. route. and Dan Payne of Skipper- ; ; Notary Club Interested persons should APRIL 4, 5, & 6
and Mrs. Ewell Lawson To APRIL 1 2 & 3
: Mr. ,
IOtT11E! .MONTH OF APRIL and Mrs. Byron New- visited Mr. ville. Ala. were last week's I call FRanklin 6-5111, or visit "
and son, guests of Mrs. M. L. Johns. the office at 114 SE First "Last Of
comb and daughter of Way- Frank Castleberryin Johnny Green, assistant for- -'-
: Make your I hair behave with a"Special" j cross, Ga. spent the weekend and Auburndale:Mrs. on Sunday. Mrs. Johns also had as a Sun I ester with the State Armory I Street, Gainesville. InIMMrmm QWUSl The Vikings"

wave with Mr. and Mrs. G. S. New- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ensor. day visitor, Mrs. W. T. Smed Board at Camp Blanding, was I I -... Cameron Mitchell, Ed.
f .
comb- weekend ley of Lake City. presented at the Rotary Club, WAll( ON.TilE
of Jacksonville were
mond Purdon.j.4 .
For Easter bonriett
your with Twist and other LP recordsby !
showed number -
Mr. and :Mrs. L. A. Davis Pearce. Wednesday and a
visitors of Mrs. Bertha Mrs. Mae Jones, Mrs. :Mary
.: .:. ,all l {lhe frills upon it! were in Jacksonville last Friday Mr.. and Mrs. Luther Lennon the hundred-now for, 98c. of beautiful color slides of! Jones and David Jones of WILD SIDE Picture So New No Illustrations .
SI.49 at Dahmer's Dis- .
and has Available
.where they visited Judge of Jacksonville spent Sun- up nature scenes he photo-
: : Zotas $12.50 Waves : count House. in the Blanding area. Jacksonville were Tuesday -
- $10.00 E. K. Ferryman at the homeof day with her parents, :Mr. and graphed Cartoon
of Mrs. W. E.
M>. and Mrs. Comer Ferryman Mrs. Ed Prevatt. James Pierce's seventh An amateur photographerwith luncheon guests Cartoon "Toreadorable"1 "In The
Bady $10 Waves I .
: : - - 7.50 Middleton.
attended Nicotine"I
where he is convalescingafter Mrs. George Shuford of the grade math class of BHS a "professional" touch,

: : Children's Haircuts - 1.00 surgery two weeks ago. Junior Woman's Club who the Engineering Fair Green started his hobby less I __.._ 1 .._ .-
Mrs. J. D. Doyle Mrs. C. T. the local fashion contestat at U. of F. last Friday. than two years ago and already -

: : 6-week Colorelle Tints {to brighten your Natural McManus. and Mrs. J. R. Elliott won the club's March meeting :Mr. and Mrs. Logan Bald- has a collection of outstanding -I DENMARK nOES: IT ACAffli.! E SOLD COMPLETELY -

:. : Shade (Reg. 5.00)) attended the Gainesville took part in the district fashIon win spent the weekend in photographs. Particu- ; .

flower show on Saturday.BULLINGTON'S show at the Jacksonville Tampa and St. Petersburg.Mr. larly striking were close-up

: Easter Special $3.50 Soulhside Woman's i Club On and Mrs. Sanford Ritch shots of vfrild flowers in and the OUT ,OF IlilS 6ffAT? BUY LAST
and sunset
General Electric Appliances Tuesday, Mrs. Shuford was and granddaughter, Pamela, Blanding area,

Lorraine s Beauty Shop Phone 961-6551 accompanied by Mrs Lavern of Gainesville were last Friday -. Lake.sunris scenes on Kingsley TIME. BE SURE YOU G r. YOURS THIS FRf. \

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Elliot Outlaw, also of the Junior evening dinner guests of

returned to their home inSutler Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch. Green was introduced by S.
: 410 Short I club.Mrs. li Peek Jr., who had charge OR SATK SUPPLY STILL LIMITED' !
St. 1 Block off St. Clair ; Pa. on Tuesday after Garl Mathews is a Misses Linda Kay Sale and --

: Phone 644285 d month's visit with Mr. and II medical patient in Bradford Susie Sharpe of FSU visited of the program.
.. Mrs. C. T. McManus. I County Hospital.tilNKLER'S Linda's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

.. I Guy Sale over the weekend. Senior Citizens .. .. ..
!Ii"" r .c f I .a ii' a r i -. -
- .. -- U Ptandy StefaneUi of Gaines- Club: 'BeingOrgariiied !r(f'' 1' \.IUIYIr-L.C I C.IV ri1i, c:. I _

ville is visiting his grandpar-
NOBODY 1, ents Mr. and Mrs. Henry

StefaneUi, through Sunday. J'STAINLESSSTEEL
A Senior Citizens Club is
Misses Frances Landrum ,
F now in the process of being
WEEK-END g and Fay Maxwell of Florida

UNDERSELLS home Southern for the University weekend.will be |f reation organized Department by the Staike for peopleover Rec- NOTHING

50 years of age. CUAMSM .

: Apartment size range $89.95 The Club would meet at least CLEANS LIKE (fl' \ ztsd cm
WINKLER with trade. Slide G s.Singing _
once weekly for: card games, STA1KUSSsna ,
I shuffleboard, tours, birthday W '
: ConventionTo parties, ceramics classes, and

-,, : [ Meet Stind y other interesting activities. . .
All Senior Citizens who are

: The Bradford-Union Singing interested should call the Starke Vfe goaantet fbese ntqq rise! nteniHs to be a
I RCA Wh : bet from defects in matenal
; tad workmanship.Any
; Convention will meet at Bethel Recreation Department
rlpool : duringthe
I part or parts thereof*tkb are proved defective will
1 Baptist Church, east of gtarke,I next two weeks and regist! be cheerfully replaced

.from 2 to 4:30: p. m. Sunday.j er.If r-. .- .- Complete 10 Piec tot i I

April 1. Everyone interested in I enough people are inter, Enjoy the ettj cue: toA rich beauty lWat bL
gospel singing is urged to at-II ested r' I 4 1 Bend's ContmenUl Mtid stainless
( in the club the first meeting :
.- LI 4J.. ieel eookwue with tri-pjy ikiHet lot fcvetj
No' Frost 2-Door tend. |i[ will be held April 17. .. 't i/ beating. Copper color accents under rich

: : ___ _u ___.. i i ; + bora, beat resistant cover knobs.
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: \\s : t or. uoa PAN WITH covet
/ 2 or. uoa PAN WITH tova

: 'c. -. a or. uucf PAN wrm covot A _


: ._ 9.10 CU. FT. NO FROST REFRIGERATOR ovso .
: -I. AliCE PAN ,1 $ : / 3 QUA*!
I ( t -; 0 1 SAUCE PAN .-.--
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II I. $ ,95'\ I "p.

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Trade : 4I
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: ; S hlc Also Rjfdio Dispatched Trucks-Complete Service i : parh mt. Give us a CalL Our $4th Year'I PHONE I wtA7fs /' .

I of Service To The Public. ,

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Denmark Furniture Co0.

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History Of Herbs I I County AgentTo R & S HOMES

1 Is! Program TopicOf 1 WHAT, WHEN AppearOn I BUILDERS, L C.
I-_ Complete Building Servle
Garden ClubThe I It 4 AND WHERE Channel 12 TVG. RepairsAlterationsP1iONE


Starke Garden Club S'ik T. Huggins, Bradford 10455) Atlantic Blvd.

enjoyed an interesting pro- :I Jacksonville Fla.
GLADYS MOOTY PHQXE 964-0651 rE a Thursday March 29 County Agricultural Agent
gram Monday night at the Girl Scout
Anniversarybanquet will appear as a guest on the
home of '
Mrs. E. T. Prevatton
6:30 Methodist
p. m., ;
Junior Women t:Lottie Moon Pratt Street on the his- Fellowship Hall.3Ionday ,! "Hi Neighbor" program with THE RIGHT POINT for tha
tory and use of herbs and ;:Jim Watson on Friday, Marc
To Meet MondayThe I Circle Meets. spices. a r; tI f April 2 '30. The WFGA-TV Channel 12 H.y you write. Come in and
I Junior Woman's Club 8 p. m.. select your favorite ESTER-
Mrs. I Y farm is seen Monday
Josephine McSwine 1I'AT program
Junior Woman's Club I At Phillips Home Home Demonstration agent of Club House. through Friday at 6:45: a. m. BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-
I OES, 8 Masonic Tem-
will meet Monday night at 8'' Alachua 't p. m. I ,, GRAPH.
County who presented -
o'clock in The Louie, Moon Circle of ple. .
the club house. j I '"""
I the 1
added zest to
# Tuesday, S !
r the First 'Baptist WMU'm 1
Mrs. J. R. Chasteen program -( her talk with a display of k Starke PTA!!1
Tuesday night March 20, at Elementary
chairman will present!, many kinds of herbs and cafetoriumJI NEW
meeting, 7:30: ,
the home of Mrs. James Phillips p. m. the amazing
a program on Medical Self spices maps books and Southside '
with Mrs. G. J. McGriffJr. I
with and col- .,
Help a speaker pamphlets and distributed
7:30 cafetcrium
meeting m.,
as cohostess.Mrs. p.
or slides. bulletins and recipes on the \4
Wednesday, April 4 BONY
Hostesses for the evening Ernest Phillips pro subject. The theme was cleverly -i UDC, 3:30: p. m.
Will be Mrs. R. S. Mullins. gram chairman presented the carried out in the re-

chairman Mrs. Kenneth Grider program with Mrs. Virginia freshments. :Mrs. McSwine i RESEARCH MAKES THE DIFFERENCE
McLeod giving the devotion. Twist Contest !
Mrs. Charles Zipperer and demonstrated making herb
i Mrs. Lemuel Williams. Taking part on the program biscuits which were served Set Friday NightIn i!
were Mrs. Sue Miles, :Mrs. Jim
hot with butter. There were
1 Fla. Theatre ALLTRANSISTOR1p..111 !
Chasteen Mrs. McLeod and
6 Linda Colson anise ice box cookies and car-
I r Miss Betty Jane Morgan. away seed dropped cookies
Celebrates 7th Refreshments served Five couples were picked in
were served with sassafras tea.
I to the 12 members T ie r ,a ..w.u r..L i. ss m C ) ; ;Anrlo present: During the business session
Year. With ..l-. "',, week
"" &&U'" by the hostesses. final plans for the Spring Silver Tea Marks I Pictured at Garden plub Silver Tea are' (from left): 1Irs.I the finals at TVen in: a Time Twist to Contest'enter'i' rUKIl\ULt\ IVWEIGHS

Linda Kathryn Colson cele- Flower Show to be held May 31. F. Hazen president; Mrs. Robert L. Fairing of Gainesville,
to be
Garden Club's10th held at the Florida The-
Vickie ThomasIs 5 and 6 at the Woman's Club past District Director Mrs R. F.
brated her eleventh birthday 'I ; Young and Mrs. H. A. Lawson atre at 8 p.m. this Friday.
building were discussed. Mrs. 1 ,
AnniversaryA past presidents.
Tuesday afternoon with a Winning couples were Suzi'
SurprisedOn M. F. told I
Hazen president
party for eight friends.A Broadway and Joe Gardner,
of the State convention and lovely Silver Tea held with an imported cutwork club.
pink and blue color motif 12th BirthdayVickie Dianne Simmons and Gary
l flower show in Jacksonvillethis Wednesday afternoon of last i cloth and centered with a i! Presiding at the coffee and ,
was attractively carried out Kouba, Joann Scott and Jim-
weekend and urged all week in the Episcopal parish i beautiful arrangement of tea '
In Thomas was honored services at different hours :
the party decorations. A my Smith, Sandy Sullivan and
members to attend. Delegates house, celebrated I sweet in ..
the tenth peas an
epergne. were Mrs. Smith
with her DeVoe Mrs.
party cloth with matching a surprise party on Buddy Noegel, Becky Davis,,
elected were Mrs. Hazen and anniversary of the Starke Gar- Balancing the r
arrangementwere W. H.
napkins were used on the refreshment 12th birthday anniversary, given -: Alternatesare Nollman Mrs. J. D. and Bernie McGee. One ofi i
' table which was by her mother, Mrs. Ruth Mrs. R. F. Young. den Club. I two silver candelabrawith Doyle, Mrs. Harry Mooty and the couples will be chosen the j r
' Mrs. E. T. Prevatt The club room was lovely burning white tapers, Mrs. M. H.
their Lang.
Taylor at home Friday ,
centered with an Easter winner tomorrow on the stageof .y '
Mrs. V. V. Hazen. To serve for the oceasion with artistic decorated with ruffles of pink : e
Presiding at the
birthday cake. afternoon, March 23. history table the Florida Theatre. !'
'' on the nominating committeeare arrangements of spring flow-, tulle. Silver coffee and tea: were Mrs T. B. Harding
The young folk: enjoyed Twenty-six guests were pres- Mrs. E. T. Prevatt :Mrs. : Those attending the contest
1 ers. The mantel, in front of services were placed at each I and Mrs. Paul Raymond. Lit-
games with prizes during the ent to help Vickie celebrateher Maxie Carter, and Mrs. Smith i which the receiving line stood!J! end of the table and slIver I tie Donna Bryan In will also see three movies:
party hours and were given birthday and enjoy refresh- "Twist All Night;," "GI Blues" '
DeVoe. held i i i trays and
a fan-shaped arrange- compotes held dainty charge of the silver tray at
ments, including a beautiful I
favors of Easter eggs and cake. The Prevatt home was dec- ment of pink azaleas and i sandwiches, cakes mints, I the door. In charge of refreshments and a special feature "How
bunnies. orated for the meeting with I To Twist."
spires flanged at either end and nuts. were Mrs. Garl Mathews
' Mrs. T. P. Colson was assisted -. Several games and a twist of I -
artistic arrangements Ro4
by three-branch silver Miss
candelabra Dorothy and Mrs.! chairman Mrs. Tyler q. s S 'y
by Mrs. Curtis Lee! in j! contest were among the items Spring flowers. with white ta-1 iA.I R. Norman greeted guestsat I Jones Mrs. V. V.! Hazen, Mrs. r-_ _S ;

entertaining. i I of entertainment. pers. A graceful arrangementof the door and presented'I Palmer Williams Mrs. A. E. 'I DIC

Carol Bloodworth wistaria was placed on the them to the receiving line I'I McKinney Mrs. ,,.. L. Crosby ,
table which held the club's composed of Mrs. M. F. Haz- : Jr. TARKE FLA.FRI.SAT. : *
I Celebrates Seventh Mrs. Vernon Smucker, and
: history and press clipping en, president Mrs. Robert L.I /
I 1 13 lbs.i
Mrs. E. T. Prevatt.Approximately 0 only
Birthday With Party' books which were dated back Fairing, past District Direc- I I .
I to the organization of the tor, of Gainesville, Mrs. R. F. 75 guests

1 1I I Carol Bloodworth celebrated 1 I club, May 9, 1952. Young and Mrs. H. A. Law-'i called between the hours 3:30: MARCH 30-31

WE STOCK A COMPLETE LIKE OFROCERIES her I,, seventh birthday :Monday I I The tea table was covered son, past presidents of the !!I to five o'clock.Softball DOUBLE FEATURE i 0 Plays anywhere on regular AC current
,afternoon when her mother I Un The DoublePLUS

i Mrs. J. F. Bloodworth, gave a Mother And Son Services Held LeagueIs : or with its own Rechargeable BatteryHere's

'I party i A pink for her and and white ten friends.Easter I[Celebrate Joint For Mrs. FountainMonday I i OrganizedThe i David And Goliath .

607 E. Brownlee 'Ph. 969-1093 I motif was used in the party! Birthdays SundayMrs. Afternoon I Plus CartoonSUN.MON.TUES. the Worths Smallest. World's tightest Television -
Starke Recreation Department TRULY PORTABLE W that can be easily carried from room to
Open 7 days week 6 10 decorations. A white birthday a
a a. m. to p. m.SAUSAGE I cake topped with a white and L. S. Hutto, who was Funeral services 'I for Mrs.I, Slow-Pitch Softball!, APRIL 12.3 room oc outdoors or operated from a 12-volt CAR or BOAT

I i pink bunny centered the refreshment -I 80. years old, and her son |Vinia Fountain, 73, who died I League held their organizational DOUBLIFEATURE battery. Features: Adjustable Sun Visor for outdoor viewing .

I table. O. P. Hutto, celebrated their' Saturday at Doctors Inlet, were;:, meeting last Thursday night eliminates give; batteries can be "trickle charged" while set

The youngsters enjoyed jointly birthdays on Sunday:,held Monday afternoon at Peoria -:at the Pratt Street One, Two, Three ; is being operated from AC Current; has Earphone Jack for
v lSrS! &feiv-mi&>.tttar % screen
games during the party hours with a family dinner party private listening: measures only ;

j!and were: given balloons as j for 20 members of the family. ': Survivors include one daughter -: Teams planning on entering: The BravadosPlus deep. Price 249.55 including earphone and carrying cut

favors. Those from out-of-town' Mrs. Nettie Carter, Clayi!I the league are Stallings Truck, Cartoon ...battery pack(feptionaD... 29.95. I

i Mrs. John Torode assisted I helping to celebrate the double -'!Hill; three sisters. :Mrs. Ollie;|Stop. Garden Restaurant Na- Sun. 2:00 without utteries

:Mrs. Bloodworth -with the par-i occasion were Mrs. Mabel!Williams, Mrs. Jenny Burris,:tural Gas, and Brooker. Thereis :Mon..Tues..3:45WED.THURS.Open
s ty. Denmark and grandson, Lar-i l and :Mrs. Nora Hatcher, all of \
I a possibility of Williams Jew.
ry. Mrs. Lettie Parker Mr. Doctors Inlet; three grandchildren ., I
and Mr. I and two greatgrandchildren. elry sponsoring: fifth team i]
and Mrs. A. T. Gerle APRIL 4-5
.. Connie Chasteen ft Now At
I and Mrs. T. 'F. Hutto and in the league. ,-? I DOUBLE FEATURE See ,

$ Given Slumber family: ; all of Jacksonville ,-and d j! Deadline fpr:ehtetb -, ;,team_ 'Wild In The
$1! is April 3. Only three inure I
MEAT On. Mr; and Mrs., Charlie Parker,i Recent Births
Party Birthday teams can be accommodated i
\ Country'PLUS
of I I !
-- -- -- and the first 44i i/i, mtf *.tltA...
"'ee' u r''''''''} I
: !
: i
:SMUKLll I Mrs. J. R. Chasteen Jr. gave Bradford County Hospital Recreation will/be r
SAUSAGE :a slumber party Friday:evening, Chi Rho SupperSet announces the following I included in the league. I The Trapp Family '

i March 17, for her daughter, March 30 births: The league,will start-on .April I Plus Cartoon ; APPUAHGESOPEN
WEINERS ''I Connie who was celebrating Mr. and Mrs. Gordan Allen'.16. : Open 3:45: P. M.

IBS. I her seventh birthday anniver- The Chi Rho group of the Starke, a son, Robert Wayne.i t i --

I First Christian Church and Mar. 21. i i
BOLOGNA sary.The !
St. Patrick's Day theme their guests will have a supper Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nettles,

BRISKET FOR I was used decorations effectively in the in fami-the party Friday evening, March Starke, a daughter Jacque- We Cash Pay Roll Checks FREE!
party 30, at the home of Mr. and line Ann Mar. 21.

STEW I ly room. A shamrock birthday I Mrs. Virgil Jordan. The group I I Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Davis ALL DAY

,cake centered the dining table will meet at the church at 6:30:! Keystone Heights, a NYLONS
where the eight little guests WED. /
WHITE p. m. for transportation. I daughter Sharon Lee. Mar. ,
were served dinner before playing -
22. ,
BACON I games during the evening.
-- - I Wnmans Club---- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shan- c 3pr.l,00$

I non Jr., Starke, a daughter.
'Ladies Council Exec Board Sets I f/ 4j 4.
ALL MEAT Virginia Elizabeth, Mar. 24.
i iI Has Social Meet Thursday Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Waver Griffis. 1st Quality Sz.Ladies 8YJ.l
59CFLA. Maxville a daughter Pamela
II Circle Three of the Ladies The executive board of the Pennie, Mar. 25.

Council of the First Christian Starke Woman's Club will Mr. and Mrs. William Par- '
f. ;
I Church met In the church annex meet Thursday afternoon. I rish, Brooker, a daughter.Mar. SHORT

,GRADE A I Thursday night of last Apr. 5, at 3:30: o'clock in the 26. Half
i I week for the social meeting. club house. i iI 9; ,
FRYERS19c$ I| During the business meeting,I STORY
'plans were made for the circle 4 Cotton or Rayon

I to take care of the communion I : r

CENTER CUTPORK :for the month of April. \ 'FOR WARM only $$1.00

i Refreshments were served by
CHOPS U Ib. 69CEND the hostesses Mrs. Equilla I II C1ALt WEATHER
!Roberts and Mrs. Millie Fogg.I II I .

1 The next meeting will be held t Ladies

CUT with Mrs. Russell Tomlinson. i Y .

CHOPS--lb. 49C BPW District, :t DEARBORN 30 GAL ? ,. (/ Panties :

Meet Set Sunday .r.t, Colors or White .

: The BPW district meeting I i GAS HOT WATER HEATER : i s y, .

I will be held Sunday morning x. 4 $100. ]
TENDERIZEDHalforWholelb. at 10:30 o'clock at the River- I prs.

side Woman's Club Jackson- THE FASTEST, MOST ECONOMICAL .

HAMS ;UDC To Meet'Wednesday 199 Special!

At 3:30: c I '
I 'J- '
I SW8TS Boy'sAnldetsI
; '
: The W. T. Weeks chapter. or JAMAICA
U. D. C. will meet Wednesday : Completely Automatic!
- 49c wmtk 'a wear
: afternoon, Apr. 4. at 3:30o'clock Crew Style -
Glass Lined For Longer Life! I
: at the home of Mrs.

,j i C. J. Houpt. I BASHER CORD ] Reg. 29c

SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS NEEDED Will Flameless Do A Better Water Job Heater- ThanA Will _i : ::.,oaf'*!? I 4 prs. $$1.00 :.

Do Twice Its Size! .Te.7 few this MV fabric Suforixedwosi :
You Can Pay For It From Your wear crease ia to.t Dcsi9 SPECIALCLEARANCE :

AT,ONCE AGES 18 TO 40 .\' ..' Utility Savings! -. $$69.95 -. sew colors of widow, their!, Uwe, .

J &fe ol block. JAMAICA. sass 8 to :
PLEASE- APPLY FOR INTERVIEW With Any Trade 2% SHORTS, ,!% < to 13. .'i. : .


Large SelectionS ,.
9:00 TO 12 AND 1:00 .TO 4:00 THE MIRACLE FLAME! Reg.

? NOW $$5QO :


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:a. UtkA.: / il ., Rec Department erela I| be entered against you 'a f Bradford County Florida
: Fm mif'i Dl .1 Ig L'WITXF WHEREOF, I (SE.t 1.1Pr'
ec ,, ty The qualifying rounds started]
hare hereunto set niv hand and Mstrian: L. "Crosby, Deputy
.... .. I' > !ti\H n" ,, #.. .. ,, .t. ; Classes !|:with 69 of the finest young the seal of this Court at Starke. Clerk. ,
., ., R' '.--i"- < ,f/ft** s. Florida, this the 27th, day: of P H. KawIstVP.O. Box 8aL<
dogs i in the competing
On Arts Crafts i: country .March. A.D., 1982. High Springs. Fwrida. Altoheyfor
t .' Saul ,
:.J Y i'r By McGarvey
.r .;r n ;
t i and
', ;t t' :.) I placed 1'01) Charles :\. Darby, I Plaintiff. ,
.jtftt fbgisf. r fion -- ', I ? k r I *,. /-, \\dUit' Arts and' 'Crafts' class-[i among the eight finalist. Hiss' Clerk CihrottTCourt., 'SJ It 1-19
.,, I it is something to see her riding jes I are still being conducted by 7th and 8th place finishers i I

Atfltiiporiant Contribution,; ; alittle Cub tractor, up the Starke Recreation Department -'earned $2,000 each for their

., and flown the field.' at the Pratt Street PIa)-i i owner. Vote For
I *" .
J In,recent weeks\ Starke > S ground. j
Ji1y cees'have 'ty Commissioners School 'Board 1 A 'thiS i
; man week wanted The class meets every Thurs-:Co. Track MeetS

been-i ,bringing '"Operation, Registration" member; and all members of the State, ,+, Sam to get into the Savings fda ,.tnorning. at 9:30.: All interI

tq Bradford, Count y''in.an effbrttfr' 'get and County. Democratic Executive Coin' :'i.; Bond chain racket,'which dangles I est d adults- who a would like r to I t Wednesday Marklee Starling.

a\ many new voters on the.registration mittee. j. t., .. ,_' ,","-: --1; ;: a jackpot '$51,000/ as' a jlake! up, Arts: and Crafts_ as! ,a The

books as possible. before the April 7thdliadline In order to vote for the men and i: Berry.groVers'are jjuiy) pick- :.'reR aid. How many can remember -riobb;j Yclasses should ,come 'to these i'boys and County girls Track 8-15 Meet foi

.. 'I i i ring now and because many of the, depression days,i on Thursday!! mornings. .,, years of
women to fill these offices, the law 1\\hen !age will be held Wednesday,
tHe'plantings plastic i we had a flurry of chain.(
J If the public won't ID: the trouble are April 4, the FOR a
go says you must be registered and in''niulch I : ]letters with dimes Sticks at High School]
; the season will last or Edwards
of visiting, the, registration office in standing. If failed Dog !football field at 3:55.
good you to vote in,t for solos, time and 'there willt 'used, instead of $$18.75 sav- "
( order io q afify.to vote, then the' j d Y- any election in 1960, you should contact I t be one of the biggest yields '1 ings'. bonds? : }Has: Tough Time i Bfdoker 1 I Schools planning to enter are County CommissionerDIST.

c es,:.xvill bring .the registration books the Lawtey, Starke Elcmentors -
of im- iri-recent
Supervisor )
Registration, | years. I F turityI County-at-Larjjc(
n ,
to the p ublic. This' theyhave; literally) mediately*; otherwise your name will t' I I Trouble with all such,1 i School Physical and! ]Bradford High
done bj: jetting themselves deputizeda. be'removed from Everybody looking for tomato -i schemes is they are built : 1 EdT Red Putty, le-
; the registration! books.. on fleet greyhound ,partment ahd< the Starke Recirelition i I10 is a Farmer and Cattleman: and will be available -
"regisCrars: and! pladS! booths at .sev- The law Says you MUST\ be registered i { giants this week andyou I|: a false premise of "getting; owned bjr J.>M;> Edwards i 'D arthient. -

seal publIc.1 places? in the business distlict in the precinct in which you re j, might' know this would d something for' nothing." There (Of Starke, provided the biggest I The public is invite. '.n attend to the People of Bradford County at all times.Pd. .

I on >Saturdays. So far they have side. Therefore if have moved i it: be'the time we wouldn't have : have been 'a lot ofsuch !disappointment hi the finals of,!I this meet.
i'p ked '"4hiind 60 neSv registrations you !! any.Last 'Y ear we had a million (.schemes! trted, but they: fix, !the .fabulous $50,000 Fututitil I-'--_ ,-
) <
up !? is-your responsibility 1? fo notify the out XOTITE ( Pol. Adv.)
TA reg or so: hdcouIdri't even $ because ho one"yet Sf"we'ekin Phoenix, Ariz. !! IX THK
"in\ thlnHtTih-JayceeWisfratibri! r"; activity is ration supervisor so that you may b e..\ give them away: ,had come .up ttith a better' The j ,fcdwards: :. favorite had'''', UF r'WHfD.TO XAMK.\: OF THE STATE ,I,
is properly transferred. a : JESSIE: LEE rEEI'LES, I
lsolutIon.than: you want turned .
in' 39.15 effort the '
a in Whose
1 1I ; residence l and address
statewide and through its efforts theojglnizjltion. You maV register for the first time i The annual public speakingi something, :work for it. 'quai Tilg round-a commendably -,' IIn 1\110n.. isj I I

}libp' es. t0 pick"tip, riidre*' in one' of the.eight precmctsat one of i i contest Held by the Bradford Yt I clocking equaled by 'only,, FtEn HII"HE that there HEPEBTOTI has Bern filed- '' The New Scripto e e. .

tattai: million"' : new, reiri\raUon in the Jaycee booths, or in the courthouse..I'j Soil t 'Conservation' District '' Communism is another !one other dog among the eight, in the Circuit Court of Prad- '
Florida before 'the primary electi&n'S Supervisor' is' eUlg field this I i crackpot idea. It, too, danglesj ford t'uunty, Florida a divorce '
JT9 ,)be? :ttf i finalists. But in the
eligible register, you niust i a, pay-off case against you. The style of ;
ill .May. This' project was .adopted be- have lived ,;in Florida] 'for tie} ssf 12' week at the Uons Club: Winner -'j i a big reward fdr all and yet race, Ed's Red Putty got shuf-1 the case is 1IAIJY ESTA PEE- ;'' Business Line Ball'] Pens.i
cause the Jaycees felt it was the greatest months, arid the, I last six months p in i of the event will be en- not; a single country ,that has i.,,fled to the rear, and finished;I f'LES. Vs.The JESSIE relief; therein LEE pray-PEEtJLES. ..,.. .
:i I tered in the district contest ever tried it has been able to! .
eo ,
contribution to public service that Bradford '' r" last in the eight-dog event. is a divorce a vinculo matrjnjonii ','
County, : later on at Green CoveSprings. I raise enough food for peopleto Another dard's and the custody of
could ;, : dog, Ed's, .' and Refills
be made i red
by,the, organization. They Registrition1x>olcs will remain"open .live decently in Perples..lantrs a[. Peebles ,
flt the Sputniks Fire Chief finished seventh j and : herrie >E Peebles minors.
public, apathy was 'the worst in the precihefs through April 4th} after the sky are dandy but what ., YoV are commanded to file
'of 'r Largesse, me. vrinnmg, ;fey-: your answer or other FOR ALL BUSINESS WRITING i
fBtlimellt pleadings
enemy owJgoY, .' in ihe state, which time ,they wiU' b'e brought to!; 'Sprin* is here at l last! We good are they if there aren'tany 'I hound earned $20,000 for her in said cause on or before April j i j .

at dilation/; the 'courthouse and remain open until 1 I had the word directly frflm ,, spuds on the table! I owner, Jack B. Heroid of Taun-.. ?this eth, 196 2, with the Clerk oft'I' 25c eachREFILLABLE
Court and to copy
": : serve a only
Although thls 'i is an' off':Y ear elect :the final deadline at 5 p.' m. Saturday,:; a may-haw tree that was ,out I ton. }[ass. She was a 3-2 favorite -. thereof upon B. H. Kawis, P.O.
tu n"i ,thefec ire several ,important of- April 7. ,; in bloom and word ha gotten ;, There's a pretty) spot over in betting odds \\vith the! Box S54 High Hprin;s. Florida, ,
for '
attorney plaintiff
ffces- -siafe, 'district, .and' county-to With} the books so readily; access around that this tree real- j jih' the New River section;' -fated Ed's Red Putty being damn timeIIEP.EJX at .
be filled ly knows'its apples when it where the road is fitted with ,. F.11LOT OR A
in second
the ; choice the'a. ''
llay primaries.! We haieaCongressman' among ; -
so. DICRF.irHO will
ble"tat many places throughout the.couhty 'i : COXFESSO
; comes to weather. dogwood in full 'btoo>xF. It is'
;.tb elect l ;, a U. S.-. 'Seri there 'is "no exbpse' 'for 'e< erY-| r the biggest display of the !Ia a i. .

t4r r t hro members i of'the: ]Railroad and one eligible riot "to 'be'registered( for beautiful ,e've'' with Refills lOc
; : < Farmers hope it is true, trees that << ea.
.... ,. I lot watermelon plantings i in ,, 1 1_, __ "- -
/ the head, and damaged some" !! Ahd if you" want to see the'I BLUE

. I l The Pledge :The' Samer I tobacco< plants, both in seedbeds biggest "water hole" in thfc : George If. Roberts Jr BLACK orr..u

** and jn the field area, travel,over near Brooker : 9. ,

) Girl Scouts in'Bradfod County and bership in the organization has grown ,, where' they are digging the |I 'For RED

throughout thfe nation are currently to today's three and a half million, including i" Bradford farm women havealways foundation the new hydrocarbons 'I County Commissioner I .
opse'rvirig: their :Golden done of DIST. NO. 2 (North Starke)
Anniversary. 760000 adults. their share plant. It,looks as big .. FINE MEDIU3I 1 POINTS
Lf e 4lly,=JthefehaveJbeen'a: : number of the work ta'hd often :snore] : as the famous Brooker sink :; A Native Son. Interested In The Progress

activities marking this auspicious occasion But jpltnough, ]t the poptepro and now that so many of the! Hole=: but not quite as deep, Of Bradford County. The most economical; I

) including the .appearance of gram changed, and.over:] even the the uniform have men are "working off" there) of course j O Promises An Efficient And Businpg- *. /t. ...* i v ', !, j v f F .
St OAtg''and. Brownies' 'before several l years, the Girl scout/ is even more work for the I I ;: Like Operation Of Our County Govern-
c:&'ic groups" attendance it. religious purpose ,has remained const ,/ women to do. The man does i! If you set out a tree, don't ment. writing ever devised. :

came: : 'To'; do her "to the plowing and heavy work i ii give on !it too soon We; ,
: duty God and! : up -. .. ._
dgrenfotffes -
banqb' fs", arfd the'plaritihgof LU" .. ,. i, ------ ---
"golden flowers" in their country,, to Help other people, to I lead a j i in getting the crops started; ': set oat a magnolia last summer .Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated
.teir 'Golden' honor on clean:, kind,,, honest life." from there the woman carries and Just now it is sending ; Bradford County Telegraph
ersat' ., I. on. up a shoot from the bot- ; (Pd. Pol. Ad,".)
k iflr1. Scoots, .Hove. come i a 1 long i. way This t:,is the pledge that Girl Scouts tam.I .

fwm. nat; time fig "e'r:8': ago when are renewing, \I in this, their Golden Anniversary And some of the farm worn-- j I rry :;-- .'-. _-:. ,_

#(Q}lie'tfe Loin started the first. troop, in Yfar. It is a pledge that' war- en have done the heavy work 'j I 'We're still busy planting ,

Savannah; Ga. on ;Starch 12,,1912. From .ranta. them, the unqualified support of .I too. For instance bne woman around our place. But our dog :

t, 'first dozen Savannah girls, mem- the y ''we know [name omitted by Paddle is also bust digging up j I

"!.. po community request] does all the tractor- what we plant. It's Quite a J
in;. She is a big person, and race.
II Operation; # ftejiivenaiion" I I ,

l : 5...-S g. Lawson, '
i..Alterntiins. ;
on a relatively l Political l
modest. ed,; .Dr. Osborne said. '"They >felt like Wife To Return +
shale can give worn-out town it I
new belonged to them, and did Ii -
i people
btauty, character., : and eve>\ prosp ? come back to' the eelitral .Business{ dis Here April 13 Announcements I i I
." ,., ,
i rib'. So says tr.; Milton S.. Osboriie, trict to do their sHoppihg.,* ,
head of the S''Sst. and Mrs. Ewell Law- :i -
Pennsylvania State Universfty
At the'pl'egenf time number 'i _
of Jr. and their three chil
department' df.architecture. son [ FOR cOl'x'rt"' CU, lt1A810tER .
factors E
I It requires have combined to give Starke dren. Jerry Michael, 5, Randy DISTRICT TWO .
nd magic wand to ac- a good start toward arejuvenation program Joe 4, and Cherie Renee, 1, i iI I

c 5mplishrthese( wonders says Dr. Osbjrne of its own... A major .high\yay is, \frill return to Florida on April lacy"J hereby for County; JtnnoUnci Commissioner rtiy candi,

-just a dab of paint here asprig being re-routed" through town, o eniti 13 after three years at the I District Tw north Starke) LAST OF OUR fORD DEALER
of g I subject to ,the, May primaries
greenery there, and perhaps ; new vistas* causing solos, old build- Sembach Air Force Base.i I I $w. a native of Bradford
a-discreet: building adjustment I Cooftty; i. farmer, cattleman j
now and ings to bd torn dot 'tl arid new ones Germany. I i and taxpayer and have the best;!I

t : : ., erected. An imposing post 1; During their tour of duty 1 Interest.. of late entire. _county_ ..at"t.
't'enThe I ... .. : office adds I __ .h o. *. I -'--"> -- mFa
Pehn State"veteran' of: r 6'frSjuvenating a m thf'rp u.___, _Mr,__*__ _Ijawson._..__._, a_ -former_ .n .va>i. i riAim ivr 11 ones t, sin
+ "years lion Is
almost"complete: J and cerity and econore -in
a l large :} our coun
has been -
Powers model
communities) cited 'Ho 1 li- bank ty government and. tf elected, a
: new building is under construc in establishing ; I.will .put.forth ray best efforts R n ?,: .to
d ysburg, Pa: as an example; of hdw tion An important for my district and the ;l
contribution t to beau:I what ix probably the only professional at-lare.
"bea.utyconsultations": can make fi town tification has just been made, fey the' charm and modeling -A. B. D.lr'HITEHE I I 'r

1 n\or\ :, pleasant to live in, and more profiteble planting of palm jbreesi;, shrubbery j iindj' school.r on any military installation j, i ar : a

I ,. ,. tool : flowering plantS; along & 1 $ nOt)> in Europe s i i I rcu COG nl'C011i1d310 ER: 1: %s ', ,, .f. .. ,
It seems that, merchants there lacking (north Mrs. Lawson began her !: OISTHiCT FOIRI -
) m the''clly.lTmits: /Announce..f] .. .
parking space' and further handicapped >mentha[' .been made tK3t the Charm'School' in February of j am. candidate for County I ,

:' by'deteriorating{ buildings, were Hotel bfi'Call.Street: will be torn old.Starkei down.!: i i last year under the name of I; Commisiioner Theresa Disrict, Hampton 4, comtfrisinf ind- START SPRING IN ONE OF THESE MONEY-SAVING '62 FORDS!
Gle'nda Course of Pro
l<1 ing business Lawson 1 Gfahan .
to nearby shipping cen- to mttke room'fOl' another : (?ounty-at-large) Ir',
improveirjenti] : lessional Modeling and has j have.servedthis count faiadd
l tare. They asked! for ? advice:i and Dr. With.Fall'. these'tactois' combining'|'graduated 'ovej> 45 students j Just to an, and will eoni I
Cfehorne requested "' a i: tingEtp; : do 10 :if re-elActed t r'J
pictures of each'building to gve| us a head ; '' this ,
; startnHetMe would :IromVMnong .tne female dependents j office. t am a widow an J
in the ,.area. lie then made seem, to be opportune -fdr' at" Sembach. Her :' do not have 'any other job to I
ev fj'Me fc interfere
I rat in siv.ragr full y .
t t sketches of how each could be improved. ret ffi 63 the act and {'v8'tli'!' cental l basic course' covered subjects lime to this important of 1'e. i ... _
dower boxes nd'bees business wrfrdfO&V. Slid fashion I Would like to express m 9a
were suggested. district as: thanks !
a complete I to each one of
Jfaceliftjilg < ;you
1 r Overhead signs were taken down and ; Jlli h can be acc6mph'Jhfrd +.. mie-Qp slid beauty cart, voting: for me in the past and I 1 _- -
on ahi I nilit> and figure : 1.woull) appreciate your vote in
"suddenly ,,the street seemed twice as individual-action: basis; b'uCmucli : poise; per> ; ;: the coming election! .
\|lde.:" Trie fix 1101'e, contr i., IGle"d' j Thank yon so much,
-u P spirit i is contagious perhaps,- could be done Ire ....
with aaarr 11. aY attiMwitw
little 1 i : aha JESSIE S. CIIASTAiy. !
t eX ( the
beets in !
f and soon spread t to home pd't ...........r.aMesandatf, M/fwdew ,
ownersalong; laririing and advice;. Either war; 'Beauty\ lnisifte !" since 1954 '; FOR COlT\'TT COMMISSIONERDISTRICT i ti mat mu-b tric's IOasl. n roitpkkip 1r11Lp0 -tiNt tN
1 t e side streets of the conlmuni .v. tile. tini* to strike B i "now=- 'l1il4 the. when: s1tE 1 l1rolled in 'the John iEgbert i TWO FALCONS tnent tt+ tnttt hill or. Itlltr FORD PICKUPS! bndi U obi a
I \ "The' whole town became interests fell is hot.r :, .: jPbweri' School 1 i ln |: To the Citizens of Bradford t t rNt IaNilt 0lab k..l .
-- -- rraa..yoa.,tr" 1..'..,...+.......... 4jr+.lrr..., -
; tJ1a't 'I ;rfoustprf, Texas, her home ;; County I am:'a candidate for County
,. ev yon -should follow! : completing her :,
'fowpAlter Commissioner, District Two
What You 'Sfiou.d Know About 1. Investigate the reliability'. initial Ariaiatent 'that year, ; iXorttf Starke) in the Democratic J 1M t .( .. mLG08- PRICED TO SAVE YOU
Primary'of 8. I was
11' and May SKi MONEY t NOW
reputation '
of the person.|I-ISfifr tdo 'in adfariced-> and fi- born and reared in Bradford m&_ oJ-Jill eA MNS IOSTI

\: Your Chamber Of Commlrctf"ihe. : trying to,, sell you goods of .ndtly i t, professionii 1. course County, and it you entrust me ..
with this ,
important office I
1 .. kerP1C : ... with tftepoweri'schbol.I'i I I !
pledge to out its duties
t j. carry !!!
: ..r --- 'j i [ll 'C ,: .2J Reid a&J understand the :then Sgt.: Lawsori who is'' with hun'efty sincerity and fairness i ..vJlllHJUttimy .

Sttot@-Bridf6ri t County Chamber of Commerce serves!; contractual( ,areemfllts thoroughly tfce ran ;,-of'"'hit; :and Mrs.Ewell .' Your tu vote all. and active support: ,

*'Chamber of, Commerce I as a better business i bureau; BEStte you iign any- Lawson or Starke, arid of my 'candidacy. iU be greatlyappreciated. 1 flIl nn ro1 f O lW D ,,. i ,r ,c a p d s.'

,wi4ies.t t point out f to citiZens !j through its better; busmissJ thto?. It niemb 'fhat( the I his family 'return'to the states George; VT. Roberts, Jr. ,. W ;,; ; 'r.,

bf thls area a .service?Hhat Is J committee. company is**nat' Obligated to in April, they hope fa be stationed : : !! 5 Used car sales ./, y- A / ,
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'oi4-red, ,but very often overBy If you have a problem or provide anr'servtces not ac- ih Fldrida >hei-e Glerij j FOR. CHOeL BOARD ; w k.i ,r

lootse3 the 'p bllc, ThW is' ;, complaint Involving local or' 'tua ly included in the ,.written) da will ttlitinut :-Mr profes- i I DISTRICT oafs i ,,,,; ,,, ; 14 ,

\t thta operation ,of a "better out of town busijiessef, feel contract. In SpUd of dral state-i lIion, iI i A meihber. d f "Ult School I! are booming. We need good, late model M .z ,1' dt' ti ,uo ,
1 Board occupies ace of the inost
business service." free to call the chamber for merits made by sal& erl; the \ j important positions in Bradford ohs

Many large communities advice, or at least' to register 'contract reasonably clear reigarlinff I 80 Fail To File I I County because! the vrdfare of used cars to help meet spring demands.
our children fir .. .. ,
haw Better BuSineSs Bureaus. : the complaint. Ih" ;jminy in-i; the type and extent of j Oar sehoohhate must become come "big at. : :

Du| to f the cost of this opera-I I stances the chlmb/ 's committee i isen'. ces whteh/anr offered. .ExVectlnothtogi -!!For. Honfiestead | bnaines3" aad I feel that my '

tioi however; a small' commu-r can be of del mite help more than is t( i''ftiinJd f'Exemption f Long .:, the e.qteriencqTi{,o&rd get lifies full me value to help for] We'll trade higher i for your car now I!

tits cannot support such a to you. 1 1 in theTittti oihtrattji. every;' dollar S ieut. ,
bureau. In such cases, the Here ''are some. food rules ,3. Request 'written state: 8O.t i I With to express my ap-
As of |
f :: 1.. ydnes aT preciition to siny friends for
.r *li. A1U ttfci** -* :
rsons whib received their their support inihe past Tour
: :' ,: ) ::' ', homestead!> .1kn fits for 1961 1 j ji I vote [arid support in the May. ,
THE BRADFORD COUNTY.ESTABLISHED TE'i.EG tA 'H primaries: d-i iB be appreciated.D.
\ IV.: tarling1{ menvberBoard
a 'i hate not renewed: the ezemption -T

t,; l 187G';..... ... 'I;, ; applications'] fffr 1962. ,A1 DisL ,1.,of Lawtfy.public Instruction, i ti ,
t lisp found\ ; DELIVERY out of sto Ford
P1 rida's eldest 'tf of this is on pae't.9 > --- k-any you select'
.n of this issue. j
Ne PnhliMM CoII- __
.: ,F' ''ORa. 1.u"+tva f.-U.per f flJIfter'11M titf 1mDM'...! '. j i,i I'.meets T signed by\the salesman-I Ii \ To the voters of one Bradford ; equipped the way you want i it B YOUR PRESENT CAR

> t'I I i and County:
the comp n before signinJa -
1 : '. .., .; ...Nt" i iI ,1 am a candidate for School does not have to be .
'. A S.'S" E: L.. )1.l'J.I1E'W I|, contract. 1 I Ir Buartf member District On*, paid for! You can trade now for'
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'. \ 'Thorougoly investigate awtey. IJ> I4n'o;! I am qualified

I :. y : -' f ,' ; Editor L and "Otftter: . I r;th>; interest &arges on time and for gilt tbi*** available important at office.alltimes any Ford yH; want at

I I I payment plans. So-cau'"easy" Tour vote and support -
: SUBSCRIPTION RATES will 4>e appt.ciated.Si'lNrt'11.: j
+ payments are sometimes
not so,easy as they appear Othma J._(O *i ie) Norman
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\ F f-, tUt ilONTtte. ," 1.71 SIX MONTH > ..OOTHRIE to be. Remember! Read THE RIGHT POINT f** ,De i
\.f MONTHS ;. 1.00 THREI t MONTH- T 11: I. ; :' BEFORE you sign, and, when way y.i write. Come in and: TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

: >.. ,Eeelit 'l'Mnda7 add Ea tetad !! 8e eid daie > : s; t"* *, in 'doubt, :; .call.. your: Chamber eleti styli Urohtc FETE$-

: .. at tht 'MUtfte at Steriu, FU. radar Act ., Mtfek_l. 1li'.. r-:, ,"i :. vestigation-of COmmerceand-*QTadiice.ask for. The in BROOK FoonUin Pea TELE 'I 206 WEST, MADISON: ST.Il .. .. SrAn; E < t PHONE;' 964-3381

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lutes.w ednesda 1' ST. EDWARD'S those of St. Edward's. The Alley Cats Lose
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I Archblsfaip spoke of extra .penance .
For Mr*. Hammond CfcUfcCH NEWS I during Lent, spending an First Place '.

At St. Edward's extra 15 minutes a day with rn Mixed Bowlingt
Children of the elementary I
M our Lord in prayer. "It Isn't ii NOTICE !
catechism classes of St. Ed- i
Mrs. Mae S. Hammond of 'what comes from our mouths The Blunder Busters beat UnXM r.t
Stajke ward's Catholic Church are reminded -but
died at her residence what charity works com "lnbles1.. while Bottom
\ that religious instructions -
Monday morning following a. from our hearts that makes us Scooters( unset the Alley Cats
back schedule all
Sudden: illness. to return are on Thursdays.A on i children of God," the Arch 3-1 in last Friday night's mixed THIS IS AN ELECTION YEAR .
i Born in Cleveland Ohio, she bishOp said. i-irng league.

had been a resident of Starke The loss by the Alley Cat! r WITH THE. FOLLOWING TO BE
for the past 18 years and was rummage sale will be sl on-t The choir from St. William'sChurch knocked them out of first plat

member of St. EdwardsFatholic pored by the Altar Society! Keystone Heights' ir for the first time this season.
Church. some time in April, time and thanked for coming to sing at vhile the Blunder Busters took ELECTED:

Surviving is her. husband place to be announced later. the'St., Edward's Confirnuiiu iver the lead. -
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JSldred Robert Hammond oft All members of the parish are Service. Refreshments we** High game for the week wentto r -' 3 County Commissioners

>tarke-; two sons' : Howard sked to contribute to the sale.'served by the Altar Society Bill Nelson of the Bottor
Items be left the members in the parish hall] t 3 School Board Members
bolejs and Jimmie, both of can on stage; Scooters with a game of 190
Cleveland, Ohio, and one sister. 'n the parish hall. j Sponsor for the two men and Nelson also bowled a game o'
1 State RepresentativeAll
boys was Albert Hartmann"] ..
\irs. Eleanor Ortlieb, also of 125 to give him the high aver-
Mrs. G. W. Richards for] ,t, ., ,
Cleveland The Most Reverend Archbishop -!and I age for the week a 157. Junr

\ Services St Joseph P. Hurley of St.l,the girls.) i.Norman of the Untouchables lei
were held from State and County
Edwards Augustine Diocese celebratedthe i Those confirmed were:. Joe for the ladies with games o' ;
Catholic Church Wednesday Sacrament of Confirmationat I Wallace, Randall Chism, Ted,185 167 and 145: for an average Democratic Committeemen ,

with Father Corneliu? St. Edwards on I'Borochardt, Mike Fogg David I|I'I i.i of 149, while her high game o and Committeewomen .
l 'Dougherty officiating. Burial March 23. Services begin Knepper, Eric Thomlinsonl it67:i led the ladies in that de ,

( was in Crosby Lake Cemetery church at 8 p. m. The children';Frank Thomlinson, 'Joe Kauf i ipartment. FIRST PRIMARY: MAY 8, 1962It
\: under direction C. man, Donald Champion Bruce I Standings: W L OB
of DeWitt of St. Mary's Cnurch in Mac-I I
Huntley, Karen Gissy, Doris] Blunder Busters 12.5 7.5
r\ Jones Funeral Home of Starke. .confirmed with I i .
I II I !l:Spengler, Kelly :Marie Richards. Alley Cats 11 9 l.f OUT OF THE PASTWith is urgent that everyone eligible and not now

I Ann Bofchardt, Linda Patch Untouchables 9 11 1JAttorn I registered should visit their nearest registration ..

: Phylis 'J.tffig', Lucille Kaufman I Four Scooters 7.5 12.5 5Top another strawberry. Note huge wooden refrigerator vided refrigerator express car clerk at onee, as the books will close April 7," 1962. .
i MM' Anr.cr: .
Ann Crowiey, Linda Griggs, and I season at its peak at the boxes [dark objects] in service. r
iarold. Davis, Alley Cats, 162. Sfa'rke State Farmers Market,;: which berry crates [light col '
Paula of" The big crates used then
i, Huntley W V all. \4 .Starke.FIRST Bill Nelson, Bottom Scooters,;i fefr persons still living; will ., oredVere! placed together REGISTRATION CLERKS ARE: K
WANTED! 159. Lovell. Untouch-; are in 'marked contrast to the
: Harry I remember when berry "ship with ice, for shipping to north- CHRiSTiASfCHURCH ibles, 149. Leonard Noegel l, AIVc'afs. -! 12-;>int cardboard "flats" in
: ping activity centered around em markets. The big refrigerator Pet. 1 (Lawtey)-Geo. W. Roberts :
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I the railroad wharf in Starke, boxes went out of use I which berries are shipped to- !
537 W. Call St.,. Starke Top f'oor' Ladies Average; ,,:. i pictured! in above photo. when the railroad finally pro- day.. Pet. 4 (Graham)-:Mrs. Ollie Rivers 7"
Bob L. Badgett,"Minister Tune Norman, Untouchables,I .. 1
t46. N eoma Nelson, BnttortijScooters' Pet. 5 (Hampton)-:Mrs. Pearl Home :"
Cor. W. Call &; Christian I,WW M Veterans ] veteran discharged in June I games of 136. 102, and 196 for J
EXPERIENCED Sunday School 9:45:: a. u. Bottom Mary Jarvis 1944 after two years active .an average of 145 for Noegels. Pet. 6 (Theressa)-:Mrs. Delaney Fisher t
Scooters, 125.
Church Worship, 10:45 a. m Judy i Warned Of
Globing [ Vonda Stephens had 170
duty would have 10 years a game
pi: Cliot Qtieel; l. Alley Cats, 125. Pet. 7 (New River) :Mrs. Eunice :
: Chi! Rho, 5:30: m. Top Foof Conples: Bate On Loans I IMany' from that discharge date plus'an j' and an average of 122 for the MoodyPet. ;
i practice. 6:30: m. CYF., 7 ItI '
SEWING MACHINEOPERATORS p. additional eight for Rebels. Roddy's of 190
I eofna Nelson and Bill Nelson, years game ; 8 (Brooker)-R. A. Colson
: m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p Bottom Scooters, 149. June World War ti veterans his two years of active duty,|is now the high' single game in!t .ro
: ra. Wran s4 i. MinisterSEVE.VTH Xofniafi of Florida have i in which to make application the league. ?
and Untouchables who not |I
Harry Lovell, |
I Precincts 2 (N. Starke) and 3 (S. Starke) register
Williams .
I ; 147. Mary and yet used their GI home loan for a loan guaranty. In this' Jewelry and the' ,
I : DATADVENTiST' ''rank Jarvis, Bottom Scooters, .rights were- reminded today i: case, his application would <; Dreamers tied at two games;, at the courthouse? as usual.

:, CBUBCHSabbata ., ... 128. Marty Rosier) and Harold that July 25, 1962, will be the |i have to reach the VA before'' each in the other action last; ..

i Ii 6chool :I8att11dfisl, Davis, Alley Cats, 128. first termination date of eligibility j' July 25, 1962, the earliest pos- !Friday night. Elaine Griffis ofi II IF YOU HAVE ANY DOUBTS AS TO YOUR
For PermanentFuilTime i 9:30: I- m. Uorntas 1Orship.; and might apply to sible cutoff date, Wilson warn- Williams Jewelry led her team!!

!Ilia. m. Lo at 4 betweeD,W 1*; them.Veterans. |! ed. : with an average of 142 in three! ELIGIBILITY TO VOTE, CONTACT THE SU
Employment son' Road uitt Miffs, '""Loop. Selective Service |1 Under circumstances ,games while Hazel GriffLs had!Ii
discharged on or : no maya
E. L. Mafley), PL t. Pilots Will' Move Soon before June 1944 would do well j World War II veteran be an average 124 for the Dream i PERVISOR, MRS. MARIAN: I.. CROSBY, BY LETTER -

In GainesvilleApply ;: 9641324. To New Offices to check into the termination i eligible for his GI loan rights ers. BY TELEPHONE, OR IN PERSON AT :
date of their eligibility for al j after July 25, 1967. The new Standings: W L GB .

GR Ali 4M Selective Service Local Board guaranteed or insured loan !! law provides that eligibility ,,,Noegels Auto ll 5 ONCE!

: Florida Stale Employment Service, "I BAPTIST CHURCH, ni- No. 18 will move May 1 into for 'a home, farm or business for a Korea veteran will not 'Rebels 7 1 2, .t

ili i Sundav School, 10 a. new quarters West or a direct home loan, Rufus | terminate, in any case priorto
on Call
GainesvilleOR Williams
Jewelry 6 10 51
11 m.
I f Morning Worship, a. Street. H. Wilson, Manager of theVeterans :: January 31, 1965.
I. frftbiing: Union, 6:30: p. m. Administration Dreamers 6 10 :{:
The Regional Eligibility of a Korea veteran -
building that will
CALL: MR. J. J. RING Evening Service, 7:30 p. m used belongs to be Office in St. Petersburg may not extend beyond.,Top Four Bowlers: 1 ,
Mrs. W. P. '
FR 6-8028, GAINESVILLE I Prayer m.-Rev.Meeting C. L. Wednesday Redding, pas, I' Randall of Tampa and: for the pointed out. i January 31', 1975. Elaine Griffis, Williams Jewel, .y.JiI <
I, p.. *:ast several years has been Until a new law was passed ji'V. 133 average. Lavonne Jackson -! fI. '
'f J I tor.IT'S .. used by Alvarez Store as an fast year establishing a phaseout !:N Oee1'S Move IntoFirst Dreamers, 120 average.'!: ,
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.. "n' annex. Alvarez vacated the eligibility of all World j i
jljarriette Noegels
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: .I building this week and exten- War veterans. Th new '
,. sive remodelling will be done law granted these veterans an j I d I Tn Ladies Bowling? :Auto, 119 average. MajorieWade | I

before Selective Service moves eligibility extension of 10 years |i ; Rebels, 115 average. i ..
ILLEGALFor ::n. from the date of his discharge !!! Noege's' Auto Sales] knocked' High Games: i

from his last period of war- :; the Rebels out of first place by Lynette Roddy. Xoegels Auto.

time service, addition-I' them 4-0 last
plus an defeating Friday 190. Vonda! Stephens Rebels! 1Fi .
THE RIGHT POINT for the al year of eligibility for each ,,: light in the Ladios Bowling 170. Elaine Griffis. Williams 1 t. a1.tt '
three months of active war- ,,League.
Any PerSM Persons to : =way you writeV. ; Come in andSelect time service. Jewelry, 161. Harriette Holt- 4 >. ___--L 1t
or Eiiagejn i. ': Lynette toddy v;?.a the big'eason
Y : Wilson pointed: out that a endorf-: ; Noegels Auto, 157.
y.our, ':'/fa v eritfe\ESTER-. ;' :, for, the! victory'. bowling
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1 Business Under A Fictitious Name (Inless l :. >. '.feROOK GRAPli.. :, ]Fountain. 'Ptn""-.,TELE ; I Jj :: ,. r r rS

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la Aid F.r Bradford Cmaty, .: : .

t. The Name Is Registered d . :L,;;:,; In Florida the 'Matter V.I HYATT* er Probate CREDITORSTO the, Deceased.SO'TICE.TO Estate. ofFLOSSfE ,A r II .. ; / MV l f'II

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Read This Florida Law SAID ESTATE. I
You and each of 'your aeVreby 81 I
notified and required *o I Ill Illq jI j
preenty claims and demands '
\'hidyou... or. either of you. i
may J1 ave against the Instate of k Mf I !

"It shall be unlawful fur any person or persons, ti defined bed, t* late PWSSiE of Bradford\.- HTATT.County Deceased, Florida u ; : i

td Honorable Theron A. !

engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious_ ]name as herein ie- Starke Yawn,,t'ounty Bradford Court Counuty House, Florida in- j
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!' within six (6) months from M. F jI
fined. without and unless said fictitious nan.e.shall I be registered with tie the this date notice.of.!the first publicationof V Ii 1.i r

I Each claim or demand must > NoR ,
elerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place.of,businea place be In writing of residence and-must and state post-of-the e I

fice address of the claimant and MODEL SP26. ThU outstanding .
is .with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an aft must be sworn to by the claim p S iYf ,vJ mulfi-channel
his ,
v ant agent or his attorney stereo portable has threeseparate ,,
or it Rill become void accord.ng -
fldarit signed by all interested persons, stating under oath th'': roniM .ifaU Each to law.creditor shall deliver a s5:7Oj5 ,, (not just two speaker).Plays systems all Sizes .,

--opy of his claim to enable the '9F : and speeds of records automatically. .

those. interested in the business enterprise ,the extent .of, ih*. in? County thA personal Judge representative.Dated to mail one. to : X BlACK TUBm ql jJ.&jea'Y R rq may be spread, Speaker up to 20 wings feet ,

March 13196'FIRST apart for widest possiblestereo II
ter'st of each, and the fictitious name under, which said bushes- ifl_ carried.'. .- PANT' BANK OF= JACKSONVILLE&; TRUST COM-, ,I: separation.

as Administrator' of the Estate ..A' y

on. Said registration may,not be made until?the.person.. .w,persons.. desiring. v of Flossie: Rex W.V. Hyatt MIxon, Deceased.By ..

to engage in business under a fictitious- name shall- hare.- 4dftttlstd\hU!. ftr. S-15 4t 4-, i 85 I

their intention to register said fictitious name at least. .nee.. wetk.ior, ,font. Sealed bids will be received!
*' by the City Council of the City Ster Automatic t
((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined,-by" law in thteoadtwhere of Hall Starke in ,Starke.Florida Florida, at the, until City Phonograph
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** > jOG ofclotfc P.1L, oh Tuesday; 'I 11L ai PIUS UK AND F

said registration is, to be made,. and j said. registration" f&i&j w not. i* pace 3.all 19 bids&2, at received which time will and bt I ILLUMINATED MULTI-US.
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publicly opened and read aloud i Y
accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except; upon receiving proof tf Furnishing lib the fetllowlnrf a twelve: months r Stereo Desk-Room. Divider .

l'uppIwof: lO.Ofld to. 20,000
mach publication pmini3of chlorine, in 150- 4 This Stereo Desk features mar-proof top;adjusubit
i lb. cylinders, delivered t& swivel lamp; adjustable top shelf; storage ipici; ..
StarkFlorida.! k gleaming brass-plated poles. Dim.; 18 x 3V x If. .
:''rhe said! f'liy reserve-* the
d right.to acfftpt or reject any or x A.
ill hlds.-J
I CITY OF S1'_ ttKF.. FLA.
Bv. Merrill. Edwards, fJfER 700 Musical I '
Cit C1ffk15 3t 3-2? '3 k ,

If in business under iiiiproperlyadvettised I .. Selections on 10 Stereo LP ..
engaged I '
: you are any l I Sealed CALL bids FAR*lll Bibs be received ,i \t'Vk k'r4 Record Albums. .:

by tM Cltf Council of the City ;,

: tl er th fi l r own l and i haY not hd d\Lis\ : ii i. of'HaU::00 Stark p'cKtfk iri Stafke.,. Florida P.M.1 Piottdl on atv: Tuesday.the, nintll Cit,. I r

y April 3, nUt.at. wh! .. pjae publicly all opened bids received and xe&a will aloudon b*, r 1 S iflRg 95 I IppONLY ,

the following; '

and) registered d, we wife. Hi-Test Regular mately Basoline gasoline 9(00! gallons., apptoxf-approxi-i; ....& I A.85 IL

irately 20.WO gallons. _! -

I, .' glad I d- to t give yon all necessary l k1oailrt'f : the Tbd.rIght Above-' City<.o- accent of.months{|uahtities Start or period.reject reserves' for'any atwelve 1:50.Uf: O4 $ 1L} ;PlUs.mAII I 8 AS.PAYMENTS LOW ,AS ft 3M 44 per mo. ,;:

or all blCtx .. BLACK TU8 iw iu nil[
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Diamond ; two inning stint but ,.:"'< .T-'v.-: 1I"t ---:":, -
Squad f of control led to I : "-' '. ';;) _!'' '" _.. : <, ,. State Auditor I E. F. Cain GivenRecognition BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCHRev. PENTECOSTAL
Wins Starling fanned I Critical Of 1 R. T. Williams. P a.stor HOLINESS
ThreeIn ...l A I I r- Clay At
walked three in 321 W. Browulee St.
the win., I School Board ._ Ft.i Monmouth Sunday School 10 a. m. Sunday School. 10 a. m
Six Tries 11
Morning Worship a. m.
Starke slammed out Morning Worship. 11 a m I;
State Auditor Bryan Willis Brig. Gen Charles M. Baer Evening 7 '
I worship p. m. Prayer -
of 15 with Evangelistic Service 7::30 p
Bradford I was mildly critical this week commandant U. S. Army Signal meeting Wednesday 7 p. m
High's 1962 diaI: I going three for four m. Wcdnt'SdaPrayrr Mee'mg. -
of a salary payment and some School, recently presented
hiond squad has won three i j i a double. Freshman : 7:30:: p. m. Saturday
hiring practices of the Clay Outstanding Performance Ratings -
outings in six trys as it defeated -!! packer: Mark Youth Service 7:30: p. m -
County School Board. Certificates of Achievement -
Keystone Heights Saturday two hits in five trys David T. McGhee. pastor. I
Willis said the board had And cash awards for SOl'THSIDK CHURCH OFMRIST !
22-4 and St. Johns Day two doubles. and
School on its payroll during the same superior performance to selected -: (
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Tuesday 13-6. double and single.
11 period of time two sons of. civilian employees of
&. The BHS have Frick's single drove mi. S. on SOI. : ,
board member Louise the Signal School at Fort
"ji1so toppel 7-5 I runs in the seventh I
: Macclenny I Knowles. State law prohibits Monmouth N..T Sunday-Bible Classes 10 a.: For f
while losing to Green Cove Jimmy Moore Gary
I employment by a board of. Among tf.ose receiving recognition -I m.; Assembly Worship: with,

Springs 15-4 and Palatka 9-0, Richard Durban Success Story more than one close relative were Elisha F. Cain the Lord's Supper, 11 a. m.,' Storage PurposesPaul 1
it was their first shut-out ly, and Art I
-, of a member. of Asbury Park N. J., son- Evening Assembly Worship. Parker
lnce 1958. and to Macclenny Starke other hits. ,f.
Clay County School Superintendent -: in-law of Mrs. Fred Leonhard' 6:30 p. m.Wednesday.

[ 5-2 as the Wildcats evened The Tornadoes I Hirris Long said the, of Starke. I I Bible Cluws Magnolia Hotel

things up.Against. ,: Keystone Saturday : Clicks With Feed Mills two youths, Wayne and Har- 1:30: p. m.Smith. -

St. Johns Tuesday four hit hurling of old Knowles were hired as CHRISTIAN CHURCH' ---- \
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Kenny Terrell in the third from Hamilton i Riding Rough Road -
the school and grounds. Carl Clarke. i Minister
j day and Starling.In Corona and
inning with the score tied at ( Remington
..:L; : The report also said that 10:00: a. ra. Bible School -
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*5-5 and pitched two-hit ball thenonly more than $2,000 in salary : 11:00: a. m. Worsnip! and Com-

the remaining five innings to so far this season Is ever needed I Not bad for a business that i I Dill Bigham ( money was paid to Mrs. Hazel mumcn.

feive Starke their 13-6 win. does topped the truth of the 1 started three years ago on a'' 1
Behnke, who was not a board '
I "Terrell gave up no hits in hisYou'll as Kenny Terrell hit "If at first you borrowed $600. I,i Bigham company to the pur- :,, employee. Apparently Willis EVERGRMSNRRCLAfl : 'f

,. !_ __ slam home run in ," the court might I In reaching his present: chaser's site, placed on a I said, the money was paid to BAPTIST CHURCH PORTABLE

inning to give to contact an ener- successful foundation and the farmer isi I I,
operation. :
Bigham ; Mrs. Behnke for services per- Sunday School 10 a. m.

it Find Plenty Of I that held up named Bill Bigham not only started from scratch i, in business with his own mill i I j i foimed by her husband, a Morning Worship 11 a. m. '

Real Bargains And Plenty I I shortened five Brooker. -he started from behind the ; which provides everythingI, metalsmith. He said the Training Union 6:30: p. m. .' TYPEWRITERSSOLD

Of Parking Space At t Bill Jackson started Succeed in Business" 8 ball. Having literally "lost needed. including storage.space. :.i: board's records did not explain -, Evening Service 7:30 p. m.- ,
: for Starke and Trying, is the his shirt" in previous ventures I
I I the payment. i Rev. Luther A. McGee pastor.
ed in the third.Starke a current hit on I-including a broiler businesshe The mills will make feed : C!' ,
'I FARE'SBargain In a letter of rebuttal Long
But Bigham's story
found it doubly hard to from any free-flowing ingredi-!i 1 I BOATDRAIN BAPTIST ;-
Meeting.:0 category. If said that Ronald Behnke was
get financial backing to start ents. Ground hay, corn i 1 I CHLKCH
paid at the rate of $2 an hour
play is ever based
in the business of turning out i i ON
Hotel shucks and other type rough-i
Center !i for some metal work and, at
life story it might a package unit designed to ,' ages are not free-flowing and, !' Sunday School. iU a. m. 4
be titled "How to his request, the money was Morning Worship, 11 a. m. EASY TERMS
I grind and mix feeds using a I I therefore, cannot be used in :
2 :Miles South on in Business by Try- combination of two or three I j the auto-mill i paid to his wife. : Training Union, 6:30 p. m. Eve-,

U. S. 301 To Be ']i Trying Again." free-flowing ingredients, such ': The outfit was designed to''j Willis said the board's prop-:' ning Worship 7:30 p. m. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH :

now as if Bigham as shelled corn whole oats, ;, erty reccrds needed improvement Prayer Meeting Wednesday I

: [Continued From ill-fated starts milo wheat or concentrate. '!! use only three ingredients :' and that payroll records,: 1:30: p. m.
: I for the that:
ONLY ONE simple reason
turn out so well, ideal I II for person-
: Bigham conceived the make the :(
ectly over the I poultrymen up larg-
natural inac-
New 66-Inch I hit upon a I '1 nel were incomplete and ;
} I, those sumptious Auto-Mill of "every farm with its own :' est potential customer group, i' curate.

Cabinet Sink being*cooked over a the only completely feed mill" while operating a' and in most cases poultry ,

stove. "It got so hot package-deal feed large mill near his home ati I I feed can best be made on the : FIRST PRESBYTERIAN iJ iJI
Double Sink stand it," Sir. Stump market today. Brooker-another of his early J J"tries" farm by using grain and con- ; CHURCH .
that turned out i '
The lot on which Bigham's com un- '! centrate. The grain most | -
& Drain Complete stands successfully.! He spent six commonly used is shelled yel- ;, 390 N. Cherry st.SundaySunday ,
ure an -
i in a building months developing plans and low corn. However a combination School 9:45: ,20 Words or less, one time ----________ .93 Memorials! Resolutions ____h__ 5c per word
on Call Street, in
I with Fittings :i of age the business : the Brooker turned State out models before starting actual !i j of corn and milo is :a m. Morning Worship 11 a. m.;If not paid in advance ________________ 1.00 Cards of Thanks up to ;30 word __ __. 2.30Oer ,

Knight said he 'would Market six-ton mills which I II I production. The first mill !' used in some areas-or even Youth Fellowship 6 p. m. i, Keyed or Blind Ads __________________ 1.00 50 words, ______....... __. __ 5c I per nord j

was put in operation in 1959. i Thursday-Choir Practice 8ip. Each additional word 0\ 20 __________
Saveat$11O to sell or auction off I over $6,000 each, milo alone. In most cases I er 03 Display ads in Classified ______ 1.30 per im'b

niture in the transportation costs. i Now, 70 of the Bigham mills : oats are used with corn in ]I m. i I j
I !
turning the wreckers Bigham expects i I j are operating on farms in 11 ,; growing and starting feeds. Friday Junior Choir andRecreation FOR RENT 2 room furnished -',YOUR OLD WATCH will ALL TYPE LAWN MOWERS !
ONLY ONE apartment and bath. make the down ;
states well 3:30
over $300.000. which collectively making: Hog feed, as as pou.lryfeed ,. : p. m Lights and water furnished. beautiful new Bulova aLI WAY. SAWS FILED. CALVIN

5 PC. Walnut FinishB. ItAYLKbS; 111611 sale of at least an- about 6,000 tons of feed per ; can be produced. $50 mo. Y. L. Kirchame. 514 i Dahmers Discount House. : JOHNS, phone 064-1441.

R. Suite CHURCH His plant pay- month and "at a savings to'!' Bigham expects his Brooker':- ,fL EPPerson.______tf chg_ tfch I'i

Sunday School. in the $50,000 farmers of $10 per ton," according plant to turn out an average I :',FuRNisHEnAPARTMENT I'I:---- -- tfchgi

1 Double Bed-Springs Morning Worship 11 [ neighborhood and : to Bigham. !i of five or six mills a monthin MRS.have AVON used CUSTOMERYou Avon Cosmetics. -- for rent. Inquire at 509 Cen- !i I THERE ARE MORE people
Man in hospitals today for
& Mattress-Vanity- Training Union. 6 employees in the I The mills are completely: 1962. As for the future- You know their quality _ter_ L __ __ tfchg !I i and mentJ disorders than nervous al)

Chest of Drawers Evening Service 7 p. in the office and j j automatic requiring no labor I "We haven't touched the potential and guarantee. There is a ;, BUSINESS LOCATION 32 i!j I I other ailments combined

er meeting. time and two part i to operate. The self-contain- j market" is the way he big demand for Avon Service : ACRES Building $7500. I Ii I. Chiropractic care generally
Choir '1 > ToMan among families near your i I i Terms. Strout Realty. Starke. '; prevents the need for hospi-;
Only gg m practice .ed_unit is transported by the : sums it up. home. If you need "money i i I Fla. U.S. 301 South. Phone :' talization. Phone the Boiling-

day 8 p. m. I call at once for more informa- : 468-1766. ltchg i er Chiropractic Clinic for ati
Let's Talk Houses tion. No obligation. Write -- '! appointment today 2tchg 4-5
: p. m. Sunday ScholarshipsIn Auto Section Mrs. Donna Burns. Box ';, FOR SALE-1951 Plymouth _

Extra Dressers HOLINESS a. m. Sunday Night I[ Gainesville. Give direction 448.to $100858 East; __Call _St._ : tfchg j'II'!'1 ADULT EDUCATION COURSES -

ForestryAre Wins In Bowling your home and phone num- FOR SALE-Lake Front I EVENINGS MONDAY
and Chests North 301, 2 1-2 7 p. m. Everyone I ber. 2tchg 4-5 Lots. Santa Fe and Lake ; THROUGH THURSDAY. Al)
I invited to attend AvailableThe I At Blanding : ---- -- -- ------: Lockloosa. Terms. Guy An- I i High School subjects- Business -

12.50 to 17.50 of town on left of the I TIRES, TUBESBATTERIES I drews..:. phone 964-6811._ tfchg I i 1 Courses. Conversational
Young People's Edmondson pastor. Continental Woodlands I Last week at Bowlero Lanes Spanish. Mechanical Drawing.:
I '!'in AND j FREE RENT to lady or small i Testing services. White students
Division of Continental Can Gainesville Supply Section ,
2 Matching family. for companionship I
pc. ACCESSORIESEasy ; : contact L. H. Gibson.
Company Inc., with division bowled over Auto Section by a: I 4 mi. out on Raiford Road. I USO Bldg. OffIce. Negro students -

( Couch, Chair office in Savannah Ga. has pinfall of 1798 to 1570 in the: Budget Terms -Stella Rhoden. Rt. 2, Box : : contact Prof. Eddie

; .. announced its scholarship Combined: Field Maintenance' : MASSEVSGULF 72. phone 964-3031. I Tbompkins. KJE High School.

Both $49 TAX program for 1962 of providing Shop Bowling League. In scor-: .... SERVICE __' 2tchg 1-5 !_ _, ___- .. tfchff_ ,

five forestry scholarships.Each ing this victory, Supply won 5, Ph. 782-9481 Lawtey ROUTE OPENING FOR LADY:; RELIABLE MAN OR
[35 to 651. Earn $75.00 per WOMAN
: scholarship is for $1,000 !points.In :
Chair has Foam ---- i week. or Car
------ more. necessary. ) To take over Watkins route
Cushions a year for four years of studyin other action Electronicswon RENTALS I We train. Write Watkins 659 j i,. m Starke. Good for up to
TIME __ the field of professional won over Armament 4-1 by' Masonry house with 2 bed- I West Peachtree St. N. E. At-i $65 weekly to start No in- .

.::4 % forestry or for a total of I picking up 1777 pins against rooms Starke.and Florida Room in lanta 8. 4tchg 3-291 I: vestment. Set.vour own hours ;,
I 3pc. 4000.00 each. 1727. -tff) i Frame 2 bedroom house just IMMEDIATE Opening for I I I Permanent opportunity. Full ..-
part time. Watkins Prod-
This is the ninth consecu- off New man over 21. high school !
High score for the night was Blanding Highway. 1 I
Couch ucK Inc. Dept. M4.
graduate and automobile II i
42.50Foam On New And Used tive year that the company Frank Bailey with a 207-anew I wile A.of J.Starke. necessary. experience in financial Box 2447. Memphis 2. Tenn,
: Thomas Realtor ------ -- -- -- -
has offered scholarships to high for the league. Run- .4 I field helpful. Advancement INCOME TAX SERVICEC.

Rubber Cushions outstanding high school grad- ner-up was Sidney Jackson I: ,___ __ ltchg I i I for person willing F. HUTCHFSON

uates in states where the company with 197. Warren Ebling had! 2 ACRES LAND INSIDE CITY I to apolv themself. ContactMr. I SATURDAYS
1, Sofa Beds Adding Mach operates, or owns tim- high three-game series with a; I LIMITS Wonderful location. I C. E. Zipperer. 144 W AND
I Call
nes berlands.The 55, ) Price sacrifice. Strout Realty. Starke or call 964- Mon. Fri.; after 5 p. m.

489.This I Starke. Fla. u.s. 301 So. 9091. ________ ,__tfchg! Call 9*.-1J95
two successful appli-
\\fi $35 to $39New Friday night's action Phone 468-1766. ltchg NO DOWN PAYMENT 5'1 Pratt St.
cants from the Savannah and
will find Electronics vs. Sup-: REQUIRED 0ch* M3
Augusta. Ga. Districts will be OCALA z oearoom nouse-laice privileges -- ; '
ply, and Auto "8. Armament NEW HOMES IN STARKE
indicate their hot water heater good
Platform permitted FOREST
I Action starts at 7 p. m. $287.50 V.A.. or $425.00 F.H.A
Remington ,preference to attend the For- i' CAMPSITES well and pump. full bath. living balance like rent. Seldom do
Rockers Standings W L 'I : room and dining area-
80 x 100 1
estry Schools at the Universityof vou find a 2 bath. 3 bedroom
:; Supply 33 7 $198 Cash or Lot 100 x 185. Just off S.R. quality home in our low price
! Assorted Colors i 10 Key Georgia University of Flor- .1 $20 Down; $9 mo. 100-At Crystal Lake home-
ida, North Carolina State College -' Electronic 26 14 Access to Launching sites. No rent-PaYments are j range./ can now enjoy
the conveniences of 2 bath
A Buy! 1395 or Clemson Agricultural.I Armament 16 24 Ramo on Oklawaha River. I on the purchase price We i home for no more than a you
7-List 7-Total College, in South Carolina.To ANGUS HASTINGSBox have kev-Move in now. !
would expect to pay for an
Automotive 5 35BAPTIST S. E.
McKAY Realtor
Good Condition be eligible, an applicant -140., --Fort- McCoy Fla.- I1 I Keystone Heights I obsolete single bath home.
: --1,-, Call us to show them today.
must meet the following qualifications ------ --
New Reclining ? ONLY I CHURCH DOES NICE ironiner home. ': FOR SALE-1953 Chevy. '' Tel. 9645701.A. .
I'I'I 'I
'e : I Contact Ruth DsS.:.!e' 415 W j I Cheap. Contact George Mor- J. Thomas. Realtor
CHAIRS 1Must be interested in the Sunday School 10 I( Utah St. 45JBABY i
1 a. m _- 2tp 'r rison. 711 S. Cherry. P. O. Itchg
1 i, forestry profession as a career. I Preaching 11 a. m Training BoxJ174. Starke. tfchg EXPERIENCED WAITRESS
I 2. Must have a better than I Union 6:30 p. m. Preaching SITTER Available i I 1-- -- --- -- - WANTED. Apply in at
112 I Friday after school. Fri. and I 1I I FOR SALE Three bed person
$3538505pc. average scholastic record. 7:30: p. .m. Prayer Meeting Sat. nights. Reasonable price. room house good location. I, Garden Restaurant tfch
Sure i -
we men want i,,
: 3. Must have demonstrated j Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Phone 964-8054. Up Reasonable down payment. I II i WANTED-I day cook. 1 walt-,
our family to have nice -
:1 in school, i Wednesday Bible -- i I Financing arranged. Contact: Herbs Drive In. 367 N.
Tax Included leadership ability study SEPTIC TANK cleaning and :! I rpS5.
Chrome homes that we can be proudto I Community State Bank.
i community and church activ. : 7:30 p. m. Jos. E. Norman. feed line service. Joe Forsythe I I Tpmn1E" 2tp 3-29
1 ities. own. But we also want I'P. O. Box 184 Lake Butler, I i____ -_ ___Itfch I
DINETTESFrom I homes that are soundly Fla. Phone HY 6-4163. j j, HASTINGS MATTRESS
: 4. Must be of good character -
built and that we can honestly '_4tp 3-291 1> looms and bath installed. | & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
i with a pleasing person I pastor."A afford. -': wall to wall floor covering
1850 Smith Corona .' .. 77.25 i ality. FOR SALE Nice home 31 1 I: swimming pool one acre on 710 Lemon SL Palattz

5. Ability to do creditable That's why more BR. U'2 bath. Hdw. floors.)i paved street near school Will Furniture Repaired, Up-

; and more men are going over Large LR and DR combined j consider other property for holstered & Refinished
Several Singen; Full Keyboard (Tax Inc.) work > top to talk "home building" eat in kit. Double sink GE re- 1 Dart payment. Phone 782-i MATTRESSES REBUILTNew

:; b. Must be a resident and a: frig and stove. Call 964-2194. 3361. Lawtey. 4tchg 4-19 I
working gal with LaRue Corporation.
Sew. Machines i 1962 graduate of a high school : Each house is custom built _tfchgi_ -coio lliniJiISTOnly : Innerspringsand

i from one of the states and! needs !: : FOR RENT-Furnished apart- 1 F. T. D. Florist in Starke.:, Box Springs
Good Condition-Elec. I a pa14I carefully supervised and ment. Also 3 bedroom !
counties or parishes in which house Flowers wired any place. Flow-1 Drop Us A Card or Call

or Treadle Remington Rand 97.85 i: the Woodlands Division of I I II I (...a UncIy SlefIOoI'OIIJ) 512 jw guar.mteed to give batislac- redecorated.location Close for beauty in. Wonderful ers for all occasions locally. PALATKA EA 5-916S

tion. par- j i Phone 964-6291. 506 East' STARKE 96t. 93t

I $18 to $35 Full Keyboard With Subtraction (Tax Inc.) I: Inc.Continental operates or Can owns Company timber-.,I h ..sad. apesi su What's more, the QUarters.-W.lor or business H. Nollman with living Nona St. tfchgi MRS. PEGGY SUALLEB.: .

I lands. YD UNtWbm personnel at LaRue Corporation _ tfchg FOR SALE-4 bedroom home. I: Starke.....-Axent.-
tI5OU'R fad yssiO 2 baths. large utility
Mill take the time FOR RENT 3 room all i room.
ONLY ONE ) PtWb electric separate dining room. FOR RENT Kingsley Lake
LAUREL MISSIONARY to go over every detail and apartment. \
screened front porch. Lot 2 furnished 2 bedroom house.

Walnut Finish Burroughs Electric 89.87Large : BAPTIST CHURCH rams clm.1,._.. b.p&fictiy p figure payments that you To Phone single 969-1545.or Christian couple.tfchg II acres. 1126 West Madison. Well heated. Available to

).O 3X1A1t can afford. Payments that Phone 964-1001. tfchg June 1. Phone 964-420J or

Secretary $40 Capacity With Subtraction Rev. D. E. Willis, Pastor I YspaDdap. only run 12ears.. That'sImportant FOR SALE -FOR---RENT- Furnished apart-- 964-9741._________ tfcbgBE
... Ready mix concrete concrete
I Sunday School 9:45: a.m. to me, to know ments. Reasonable rates. Near SURE to see WORLD
Older Model, But. A Good Machine KO VW1 block ciers. fence posts. sand BOOK before buying en.
Morning Worship 11 am. Evening -k Ide.isi that within a few years my cement mortar mix. rock. steel shopping center. Phone 969- any

1 Several Used I Worship. j| I home will be paid for and oyster shell. nnwrock. and roof 2011 or call at 213 S. CherrySt. cyclopedia. M. A. Payne, your
traveL Phone 964-2521. I [Shell Oil Co- Offfce.l tfchz local representative since 1954.
Wednesday Prayer Meet- I look forward to tfchg
secure -
can a
----- ----- -- Box 603. Pb. 964-3794
L. R. ChairsReal Bradford tfcbJT
ing 7 p-m. I future.If Engineering Co. FURNISHED APARTMENTS: DON'T' -

Values At : Everyone is invited to attend FOR SALE L_ Equity in 3 I lights an1 water furnished. ( WE
New Remington 10-Key Electric : all services. && you're thinking of'bufiding" bedroom concrete block home Inouire Bullineton Studio ore'Sell you we help you buy.

think smartVisit in Saratoga Heights. Hardwood 321 West Madison St. tfchu;i Good selection of new and

t $8to$14MANY HIGHLAND I ':..:...-:..:.._' .:? BRILUAIft'COLORS the Model Home at floors. Chain link fence. '! PEYTON FLORIST 1\used 8' and 10' wide Mobile -

: With Subtraction I -..- ....c.-I.... : 100 W. Madison Street and Call 964-5844. tfchg i 119 S. THOMPSON ST. Homes.

Only f Q7-77 BAPTIST CHURCH I|Ilast'a....;;,. ._: compare the craftsmanship, FOR SALE-Desirable lots ]1 PHONE 964-4155 LAKE GENEVA
*J .-. .... close in. Terms. i NIGHT 964-3891 969-1023
9:43 Floyd Green. or
(Reg. 208.07)) Sunday School a. m.i s .- TRAILER PARK
... ... price and before
MOREBARGAINS .___ designs you
Pr&'er : ..:1t ,., I-u- Phone 969-2942. Itpt i DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS j
7:30 each .
m. Meeting I 1
p. mi.
(Tax Inc.) i !JIiI.I'! !!!'! I' make your decision. We We Wire Flowers Anywhere SE of Keystone lIt
iI Wednesday 7:30 p. m. FOR RENT-3 room furnish-,! on Route 100
iI I I ,, know you'll be glad you did. ed apartment large screened I! tfchi

rorch. private bath and en- tfchg

I PINE LEVEL Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH : trance. Reasonable rates. I i Income TaxService GOOD USED Ranges and refraerators .
BAPTIST CHURCH LaRUE Corp. Adults Only. Phone 964-7692. ,
Plenty Free at prices you can l
Bradford County tfchg af!,:>rd. North Florida Supply.
Parking Space Sunday School 10 a.m. i HOUSE FOR RENT 2 bed. 964-3031 after 3:30 P.M. 412 Recall St tfch

I Morning Worship 11 a.m. I 400 W. Madison 964.86.11I room unfurnished. 640 West Mrs. C. F. Rhoden FOR RENT2 bedroom Unfurnished -

... Youth Training Hour 6:30: I Gardiner St. Phone Guy An..
... -- i- J t I 1126 N. Thompson apartment Phone
-- pm. Evening Worship. 7 ,-' J i drews. 984-6811. 2tchg 3-29 9
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Bradford County TelegraphSTARKE

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"m.r..rr.rm..rmn' I: day school at 10 am sene at the Johns home here. I I These include PCNB, thiram, Ray A. Salazar A. R. Johnson
Lucian Conner Carl Ritch
This Sunday also marks a Ossie McConaghy left Sun- WITH YOUR B. H. S. cycloheximide, and mercury Leo Desue, Jr. Clarence Hutcheson
, HAMPTONBy change In time for evening day for her home in McLean compounds.How. Roosevelt Dell Effie Crosby
Let's CojCardethg Henri Van ZandtA. MackLane_
services, which will begin at Va. after spending the last 10 COUNTY AGENTBy HONOR ROLL S to DiagnoseIt's R. McRae Ida Mae Sherman

8 pjn. each Sunday throughthe months here with her brother- easy to identify rust. :Martin RodriquezJ. L. Z. BakerW.
W. Vice H. Nollman
Mrs D. E. HissWu.a..uAA
summer months. Training in-law and sister, Mr. and I Look for small yellow to Thelma StarlingH. James II. Chitty

Union will start each Sundayat Mrs.' Clarence Melton and orange or reddish-brown D. Baxley Norman E. Thomas
jA3 postules Walter M. King
Following is the Semester James S. Sapp
7 p.m. rather than the 6:30: family. on the leaves. Heavily Othma J. Norman James E. McRaeJ.
Birthday Dinner Honor Roll at Bradford
Honors time previously. Steve Varnum of Hawtorne High infested lawns have Claude L. Hilliard W. Thomas
an -
Mr.\ and Mrs. Geo. Saxon School: unthrifty C. B. Barbour Roy E Williams
{ Mr. and I Personals visited here Sunday with his Seniors By Hervey Sharpe appearance. To stop Mattie Carter David Gunter
Mrs. George Saxon Mr. and Mrs. H. Mayhewand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie this disease try zineb sulfuror Callie West Barden Dinah Tyson
whose birthdays were nA ., Patricia Loudon Mary Ann, Agricultural Extension Service Lucile Kittles Fred Guy Jones, Est.
.Miss Rita Mayhew of Jones. Margie Starling, daughter -
cycloheximide in combina- Joyce Lee Walker Bertha Green
March 20 and 21, were guestsof Lapeer Mich visited Mr. and of Mr. and Mrs. Russell] Long Larry Luisin, Wayne By Harvey SharpeAgricultural tion with thiram. .1 Benjamin Finn Lougenia Smith

honor at a family dinner I, Mrs. L.. A. Hall at Hampton Starling, spent the weekend gy v Kinney, Marilyn Hernwall,'. Extension Service J. W. Barber Edward. F. Gilsson Blake JacksonL.
Sunday Gloria Smith Sandra Solano Slime hold is technically Bessie King
March 25, given by Lake for four days last week. here with the Jones family.Mr. 4. Watering a lawn is like Bertha Smith Floyd StewartJ.
Mr. ; Linda not a disease, but most home A. LeeWilliam
and Mrs. E. L. Birt their Wasdin Betty Lou Fred Smith
While here, they and the Halls Mrs. Walter Davis ""I spanking a child. You've got Lane
son-in-law ana ysf 't ;,(,,. Wainwright John Adams owners who see it for the Vasco Underhill
end daughter. visited Marineland and Silver for best :Mrs. Merrill Lydia Lane
and sons of Cornelia, Ga. vis- to do a good job re- first time Prevatt
swear otherwise.
Barbara Blenk- Joe Frasier
Out-of-town guests Included Bigham, Merrill PrevattB.
Springs. Also at the
Mrs. Inez Alford of Jacksonville visiting ited over the weekend with enship, Linda Brookins, Ber- sults. Symptoms include a- gray to F. Griffis Broadway & GainesClem
Hall home for two days last his grandmother, Mrs. George I IIII Teasing a lawn with a few C. T. McCrary A. Griffis
Mrs. Cleo Hunter and G. T. Huggins nie Collins, Diane Colson I. black soot-like mold growthor Raymond Crews Robert Haisten
week were their cousins, Mr. get
of water doesn't
Saxon, and uncle and aunt, sprinkles Leonard B. Douberly
prominent white or yellow Bruie Tyson
son of Harley Martha
+ Ft. Lauderdale Mrs. Green
; and Mrs. Percy Bishop'of Ala- Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Birt. II I to the root of the problem. To Ernest Dell Angus Hall
Neta Dyal of Starke; Mrs. Mich. Joalyce Graham Joann Mob- masses. "cure, brush or Elliott Tyson Daniel P. LoperD.
Minnie Weathersbee of Pom- gen Mr. and Mrs. Sam Garafaloof Stop Look Read ley Shirley Ann Morrison Therefore, the grass roots wash the mold growth off the Mack Leonard H. Crawford
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pope. have to come up to the soil Stephen DeSue Est William H. Hall ,
pano Beach: and Mr. and visited her last weekend with. Miami were visitors this Agricultural chemicals are Joann Reddish. I surface for drink. grass. Mowing will eliminatethe Dan Hankerson I, Clyde Hersey
Mrs. Walter Davis and sons week with her grandfather,I II made to provide a maximum i. Juniors a slime from the grass. ; Daisy Thompson Thomas D. Elmore
and Mrs. Edward Saxon I To keep the roots growing George Cuffee Dave HendersonB.
of Cornelia Ga. Those pres- and family. On-Tuesday, they i George Saxon, and friends I I of safety both to growers and I i David Allen, Jackie Bales, deeply and to prevent the Turfgrass fungicides may be Queen Esther Green. J. Cooper

ent from Hampton were Mrs. drove to Macon Ga. to attend here. consumers. We are coming : Joan Crowley, Vicki Devrick, lawn from taking a 10 o'clock purchased from garden supply Jack Scipio Williams Singleton John S. NilesWidow's and/or disability:

Ellen Saxon, Mrs. Katie Sax- the funeral of Mr. Pope's into the season that will increase I Stephen Edwards. Sally Ep- droop, the out-door carpet stores under various trade William E. Flakes Josephine EllersonMrs.
." '' '' '' '' ' ' .
on, Hollan Payne, Johnny Davis father, John Pope. 'YYYYYYYTTYYYICLAY the use of chemicals to I. person Dee Hardenbergh, needs a sod-soaker about oncea names. These trade named Madie Williams Arizona Emma Mack Murrhee

Lindsay Lane, Mr. and Adolohus Pearsall of Walled protect our crops and orna- Ronnie Kimbrell, Jack Mc- week. If nature won't cooperate materials may contain one or Charles W. Bias Shug Jackson

Mrs. Ira Lester, and Mr. and Lake, Mich visited in Hamp- HILLBy mentals from attack by disease Comb Judy Schleppi. Joann then you need to doa more of the fungicides listedas

Mrs. Birt and sons. and Insects. More time I Rafuse, Margaret Muir, Ale- cures, so be sure to follow
rain dance or to roll out the
Homecoming Next Sunday ter-in-law. Mrs. J. L. StricklandLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA and research is put. into the thia Williams. cater hose. the manufacturer's recommen- Thrifty Home ImprovementsStart

At Hampton Baptist I Ralph Pearsall and family: I I .. making up of agricultural Sophomores It is usually best to water dation.
chemicals than is put into Bobbie Faye Smith, Hollis For Here -
Hampton Baptist Church and his brother Henry Pear- Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Pater- during the early morning a handy reference on

will observe Homecoming Sun- sall, who Is In the VA hos- son were visiting the Clay Hill drugs that are prescribed by Jerome Kelly, Marc Jackson, hours or early enough during lawn diseases, ask your county ,

day on April 1 with a special pital in Lake City following. a folks last week in his cam- our physicians. This is, per- Inger Hansen Eugenia Ekard the afternoon for the top of agent for Agricultural Exten- .
haps, true in that purchase Elaine Gilhooly, Michael Ma- sion :' a
Invitation to all former mem- stroke. paign for member of the the lawn to become dry before Service Circular 221,

bers and friends to attend Wilson Johns, twoyearoldson School Board. We learned that most of our drugs for our own ruca, Barbara McKinney Ole Sol sets. Very often heavy "Turfgrass Disease Control :

services along with the pres- of Mr. and Mrs. 1.,. G. they are some of our "fans" ,' use by prescription while we John Williams, John Wager, night watering creates humid Guide." f c

ent organization. Dinner "on Johns, was taken to Bradford too-or that is what they told can go to any farm supply Nancy Zacek, Mary Ruth ..conditions favorable to many I II

the ground" will follow the County Hospital on Friday store and purchase chemicalsthat Wright, Mary Bollinger Haz- fungus diseases. AIRPARK BAPTIST

morning service treatment after us.The are deadly poison if im- el CogdilL .
worship last week for political rally at Clay Lawn Ailments CHDBCH
which begins at 11 Sun- swallowing kero- properly used. Freshmen
a.m. accidentially
Hill school was well attended Your directions are on the Richard Wainwright," Jeff The best way to cope with Sunday School, 9:45: a. m.

F last Saturday. We just wishwe label of each container for Warren, Phyllis Miller, Maria lawn diseases is quick inden- .Morning Worship, 11:15.: '

You Can Be Fresh could get folks to attend the proper use of these chem- Moore, Kathy Myrick, Eddie tification and immediate Training Union, 6:30: p. m. WE CARRY EVERYTHING FOR INDOOR

church as they attend a gath- icals. Be sure to read it and Noegel, James O'Brian, Jane chemical application.If Evening Service, 7:15.Rev: AND OUT-DOOR FIXUP.

ering like this. We would sure FOLLOW IT. Many times Adams Mickey Dansby Wil- silver-dollar size spots Robert Haisten, pastor A. B. C. Finance

I as Springtime have to put the "spreaders"on there are millions of dollars liam Harrell. Linda Holten. develop in the lawn and leaf

the church buildings. worth of Information In justa Judy McRae, Mark Hamilton spot-type lesions are present, CARD OF THANKS :t

WITHODORONO Our grandson seemed to be Haddock then it's a good guess that
few words on that label Phyllis Steve Den- I want to thank each of my I
DEODORANTSCream injured a little worse than we Just as long as we grow plants mark. the lawn has dollar spot. The neighbors and friends for I Phone 964-5291
were first Informed In the car cure is one of the cadmium
and crops we will be using 8th Grade
their kindnesses and sympa- Complete Line. of Hardware
accident. He was granted an chemicals for a variety of Johnny Bradley, Bobbie compounds or a mercury
Odo-Ro-No . 50c I thy during the illness and
extension of a few days on his protection. Barksdale. James Douglas, chloride.If .
death of husband. Mrs.
Spray Odo-Ro-No . 69c leave to allow his leg a little Tobacco About Set I Marilyn McCrary, John Mi- the disease is in the infant -' Miller Johns.1IOMLSTEADERS. I Bradford Building Supply

more time to heal. As 1 have traveled over the: chael Spengler, Dorothy Jean stage, an application of I

Roll-on Odo-Ro-No . 59c Bessie Strickland Is feeling county this week, it has been i Mixon. nitrogen may make the grass

some better than she has for easy to observe that probablythe 7th Grade outgrow the disease. St. Au- THAT HAVE I 301 E. Call Street

Buy Them at two weeks, but is not well activity involving the Dale Crosby, Michael Dev- gustine, bermuda, zoysia, da- Below NOT SIGNED is the list FOR of 1962

yet, even if she does attend greatest number of individual rick, James Godwin, Joseph hia, and centipede all are like- steaders who have not

church services. farms is setting flue-cured to- Kauffman, Thomas Lyon ly to suffer from dollar spot. If renewal application for Home-I I
VAN H. PRIEST COMPANY : 1 your name appears
Jim and Bessie attended bacco. Weather conditions William Thompson, Joseph If the grass becomes discolored list you will not be eligible for I
have been ideal and we expectto Cozatt. Wayne McLeod Vernon the exemption unless you bring''
services at Laurel Baptist with areas larger than your application to the Tax As I'
5c TO $1.00 STORES
Church near Starke last Sat- get this crop off to a Silcox. dollar spot but no leaf spot- sessor's Office on or before
April 1st, 1962. Those applying
urday night and Sunday mighty good start. There type lesions are present, the for the 1st time must come to I I
a a z.
morning and evening, as was havebeen a number of requests disease could be either fairy Vasco Hodge

announced. Jim preached at. for plants. We think this complete application now, ring, cottony blight, or brown Ernest Edwards I

all three services on "The there will be some extra with about 400 pounds per patch.

: Three Keys," one key at each plants after growers have finished acre depending on the condi- Cure or Kill I a af
setting their allotment. tion of your pasture, you can
service. These messages were Mushrooms growing in the
BUCK'S very enlightening and it seem- We will .try to have a few of then plan to come back witha diseased area is a good sign

ed that all even the children, these places in mind if we straight nitrogen applica- that the trouble Is fairy ring. a
can. We know now that thereate tion in summer,
enjoyed them. to
This is a ,difficult disease
sbmV ktra plants-over In Strawberries Continue Good
This little church, haljuSt; controL Often it's simpler to
f County if< hap- Tuesday, the day of this
GROCERY and MARKETHalf 44. enrolled in Sunday School Aiachuaf you let the disease run its course.
pen tone. In a,tush to get your writing, the strawberry situa- a
last Sun
and 34 were present Organic mercury
Mile North of City Llmits-U. S. 301 day. The Junior Class won the allotment set'*"If,you have not tion was as good as we have injected into the soil two or e
set I Would experienced in a number of
; surely suggest
banner. \ three times in the affected .
OPEN7DAYS -. 7 M.llP.M.. J Jim Stricklandaway that .you do, get in a little I years at this time of the year. areas may stop the disease.. CharleyE. a
I Well we got Weather conditions have beenas
rush from grower experience -:
II I from home for one day' could Often the cure causes as much .
near perfect as we
I and experimental results -
'" MAXWELL HOUSE at least, believe it or not. Jim order. Plants are loaded with damage as the'dIsease.
we"have found that your Johns
11 COFFEE 1 lb. can .. 69c and Bessie. Frank and Ada yield will }be; cut short in pro- berries of all sizes. Another Cottony blight shows up in I

Frier, Rev. and Mrs. Willis portion to the length of time reminder concerning your streaks in' the lawn. The grass

and their daughter, Eleanor, blades are matted together.The .
GA. RED is surely in
that you delay setting after spray program about this question:
and her daughter, Tenna, all order with conditions as they grass rapidly dies in
TOMATOES 8 I about .the 20th of March. I
cans $1.00 spent the day Sunday with Did know that tobacco are. For leaf spot preventionand spots. In the early stage the "We had our boat strapped i

the Burke Ellington family. you fruit rot prevention CAP- grass is blackened and has a on, top of our car. we.
I 20
EATWELL TUNA . 19cVAN seed increases in weight
can II Burke says he has learned million times from germination TAN is the only material to greasy appearance. At times t thought. Breezing down the ... .......:: .
I how to get Uncle Jim away use that will pass Pure Food the diseased spots have a highway-it flew off and I
CAMPS to harvest? The weightof
I I from home: just get him in and Drug requirements. We 'cottony" look due to a fun- i struck the hood of the carl

PORK & BEANS.4 No.,.2/2 cans 99c i the car. take him to church tobacco seed varies with never know when an inspector gus growth. There is no sud- following behind. It's too'
all varie-
and forget which way to bring variety. Averaging might appear on the.market den cure, but organic mercury late now-but tell me the:

CARNATION limit 8 cans with $5.00 food order I him home. ties, there is found to be and take a sample of fungicides are most effective.Do kind of insurance I should:,

MILK-8 tall revival at about 314,000 seeds per- ounce. some of our products. If this not water or mow when have had to cover the boat! Wtawt- "
cans - $1.00 j i Remember the i This is one reason that tobacco "'.: q, ,"< ,. '
Highland this week, and attend beds under plastic cov- happens and you had sprayed the disease is active. and car damage?" : '.-:

F A -reg.aize . 19c i at least one night. er require less seed than tinder during the past three or four Brown patch shows up as Johns
like Zi- circular that Charley
days with a material fairly large areas t
Limit 1 to customer with Food Order I cheese cloth where germi-
be mushrooms and are
neb, you would probably no
I nation is not as good. Under Agency -
' ' ' '
vyyyvvvvvYvvvvvYYvvVVVSTATE given an order to dispose of without the matting of leaves. :
orGRAPEFRUIT plastic cover, it is easy to get SONY.ISEARCH
the berries you had picked and The disease usually shows up PHONE 964.0121
at least 80% germination
JUICE 46 oz. can 29c I FARM for several during humid weather. A
,i to stop picking
you can figure from that the 131 S. Walnut St.I .. MAKES THS DtPPCRBNCB
days. CAPTAN is a material number of chemicals are rec-
'I SOUTHERN number of plants you might I
I [By Mrs. E. F. Mayton] produce. that you can use today and ommended for brown patch. i TRANSISTOR RADIOS
cans ,, Grass and Fertilizer Time still -pick tomorrow. you I
I need to add an insecticide,
JIM DANDY with $5.00 food order I Spring is here regardless of 1 the two materials are Sevin SHOP ANYWHERE ARE DEPENDABLE.'

Donald Busby and son the temperature we have experienced recommend I I .
GRITS MEAL 516s.25c or Phosdrin. I 1
or during the past FOR NEW OR USED
of Orlando were guests of Sevin first because it is a material -I

PURE LARD 8 Ib. bucket I Mrs. Busby's parents last week. This means that we that is safer for you to __ .I 1 IN ANY EMERGENCY
$1.39 can expect sunshine andwarmer _
week. handle. Each or these insecticides Then Come bee us!
days before too much BHnanh, :floods, hurricanes storm and power failures holdno
SLICED HAMBURGER Mr. and Mrs. Henry Green longer. This also means that can be added to Captanto "WE'LL terror for the SONY radio owner.With the flick of a switch,
and family spent the weekend give you a dual purpose MATCH ANY DEAL
DILLS 22 or.' jar . 29c OUT pasture grasses, like Pen- SONY delivers instantaneous, reassuring contact with the
I in Chattahoochee with Mrs. sacola Bahia and Coastal Ber- application.Our world..even in fringe areas.You can rely on worldfamousSONY

-NO LIMIT\ i Green's mother, Mrs. J. R. muda, will begin to green up growers are doing a UNIVERSITY CHEVROLETYour for exceptional reception, superb tone and thrilling
Linton. very good job in putting upa power.. cordless nothing to plug in.You'll feel safer with

FOREMOST MILK l/2 gal.ct 53c I Mrs. J. E. Edwards and Mrs. and grow.. When grass begins good and attractive flat of i Authorized Dealer SONY..the cordless transistor radios that work everywhere!

L. F. Duggar were business to grow, it is like my 'berries. If we continue this, Here an two SONY "borne wrapantaB". !tea em zing
old twins. Thereneeds' 215 S. E. FIRST GAINESVILLE
HERSEY'S SUGAR 5 Ibs. 54c i I visitors in Jacksonville. last ten-year Ito 'be some food sup the results should pay off dur- values.

ing the season.
GOLDNOTE I Friday. plied. The first requirement SOff.TN12 POITAlL1 TWSlSTOI> UDiO

I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Russell for grass Is to supply nitro-. Operates for north of normal till oo t ehndarf fetfcfleht
MARGARINE 4 quarters Ib. 21c I I were visitors in ,Jacksonville gen. You also need an amount batteries Indoors or outdoor!&fe Ui&IiU&g&I! fc

:, last weekend. of phosphate and potash to LEANNCACENT Complete tb! BatUritJ. $44Jj
AZALEA Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Crosby balance out the diet and take ll :ffRlll

ALL MEAT WEINERS- pack 39c : and Mrs. Crosby's mother, it on, through the summer. !

I Mrs. J. L. Johns, were visitors Your spring application shouldbe Life And Casualty _

\ GRADE AFRYERS I I i In Gainesville Sunday a-formula like 10-10-10 that ELECTRIC CUSS :fcOTTOM! SSXY

\ lb . 29 Friends of Mrs. Harvey wni supplies these three major BOATS Insurance Co. ., '11124fUCwnp

: i Hams regret to leam that she plant foods. If you make >_

; is a patient- the University GAINESVILLE DISTRICTFor "% % teariotT5SUIA313

SUNNYLAND ': : Medical _Center, and wish for i I I I

PICNICS lb. .' "! 29 : her a speedy recovery. I t

i Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Derrick I the past 21 years, air. George

' I of Norfolk, Va. are guest of: Donaldson has made a leading record A __
5 FRESH ; desk IftJ tablt.ll... de
Mrs. DeTrkk's brother, Rev. i the Starke cover aid radio plays Aaazfcf cad biglKtectMty.
with our company here in opens paw
; BEEF LIVER -3lb: .: $100FRE I E. F. Mayton. and family. .t Operates for IIOGtia oa 4 Ra2$*kstUries.
I and Waldo area. We are happy to an- Comp!lete with Batteries Pf.H

CARD OF THANKS nounce that he continues this fine tail KID8I IKOMJ 8MJ i UTTOT CKUT18 Ettt9? B nm mrr.'
: record by being the leading agent in the I
SQUASH. -.10 oz. pkg. .' 15c I The kindness and sympathy ,. :
| of neighbors and friends at State of Florida so far for 1962.

SWANSON'S FROZEN MEAT PIES I the time of our bereavement
i in the loss of mother and NEEDS BULLINGTONAPPLIANCES
our Dependable Economical FOR YOUR LIFE INSURANCE

JUST 23' EACH I! grandmother, Mrs. Vlnia

1| Fountain is deeply appreciated : PHONE. 96 -1301 NIGHT 9S4-2411 CALL MR. DONALDSONAT

BEEF TURKEY CHICKEN 'felt and thanks we to extend everyone our heart-Mrs. CITY, OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT. 468-1015, WALDO, FLA.

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YTYYTYYTT.TTTTTTTTTTY1t odist WSCS was held Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford I II I
night of last week at the and their son and daughter of '

t LAWTEY\ home of Mrs. Orville Bum- St. Augustine were Sunday : N : -

: garner who presented the visitors of Mrs. John Shuford

By Enza Blanchard subject. A playlet was enacted and Dave1.

by several members, after Those attending homecoming ,

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL.u4 which the hostess':serVed, re- at Highland Baptist i iy

Surprise Party freshments. Church Sunday included.Mrs. J JPQNCA.
8 l1l'lZ.turqess Af o 6
Mrs. Pervis Brown was hon. At The Churches Joyce: .Fu.tcb. Mrs._ Carl Pre- {

ored on her 56th birthday an- Grace Methodist: Church vatt, Mr. and Mrs..Ralph.Wise NEBR.. :

riversary by a surprise partyat School, 9:45: ajn. Morning and children' Marie Smith I

her home, given by the Worship.. 11 a.m. Evening Mrs* Perns Brown and .Janet,\ For lo, Spring'is here and my eyes behold the red and

I young people and.their teacher : Service: 7:30 pm. MYP: each 'Mr. and, Mrs. .Lonnie Teston we still have snow, but warm I. purple sunset. Make my

of the First Baptist Sunday Wednesday 7 p.m. Everyone andBrift ''Rosier.Mr. sun will soon make it disap-!j hands respect the things ,
School. is welcome at the parsonagefor .. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker -
Among those attend- i
pear-I sew a seam and sing j you have made, my ears ,
ing were Rev. L. T. Howe and Prayer Meeting each Monday of Lake City were visiting and pray. I
Mrs. V. R. Reddish. at 7 ajn. Mrs: A. H. Harley and Mr.1 My love' spake"and said un- :i Make me wise that I may

The First Baptist: Sunday and Mrs. Sumter Harley Mon I I knotithethings have
birthday cake presented to me: Ii you

1 by Mrs. Brown's daughter, School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship day I Rise up my love, my fair i taught my people the lessons I II -

Mrs. Ralph Wise was served I. 11 a.m. BTU 7 p.m. .. .. one, ; you have hidden in every I
Evening Service, 8 pjn. Prayer ... .;,TT.".. .. .. .T"; TiT i.. i!
with other refreshments to 25 And come away. leaf and rock. I seek
Meeting each Wednesday
guests. Mrs. Brown received For, lo, the winter is past, strength not to be superiorto

many lovely gifts.WSCS.Meetins 8 p.m. 8&OOKRR the my brothers, but to' be

PersonalsMr. Rain is over and gone; able to fight my greatest I
and Mrs. Earle Legateof
I A study course of the Meth3T Grafton, Ill. were recent By Shirley Green t Theflowers appear on the enemy; -, MYSELF. Makeme i upI i Y 42
I. i ever to'come to t
gUests of Mrs. V. R. Reddish .M .& . .It ;
The time of singing of birdsis : you with clean hands and
nn.. their_.. way to__ other_nn_ points !
I + Mrs. .Betty Haltiwanger and come straight eyes, so that when
tin Florida. .1 4 I
family of Lakeland visited her And the song of the turtleis life fades, as a fading sunset .
j Rev. and Mrs./ W. A. Fox during qiqantic
mother. Mrs. J. H. Sullivan. heard in the land. my spirit may come to I our
visited friends in Orange City '
Friday. night John Dale Resister -Song of Solomon you without shame. Amen. iI I
and St. Cloud last '
returned, for the week- Chap. 2:101112Here : Such beautiful thoughts and i '-"

Friday. end with Mrs. Haltiw nger. it is glorious Spring i wording brings the tears, anda .,' .
Marion Tucker and '
I Mrs. Mr.. and, Mrs. Jimmy Clark morning-. My heart leaps with great love' for God fills my -' "

Henry Tanner of Jacksonville and son of Starke were Sunday joy'as- a deer leaping through I heart-this day as we near I iI I
visited their brotherinlawand I .
guests o'f Mr. and Mrs. the forest.. The Song of Solomon : Easter. -'

ECONOMYPRICED sister, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lloyd Clark.: as found in the Bible,I Don came home from the. .- _. 'I' .'. .
Teston day last week. .
Mrs., L.one O. Smith"of South Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Markeyof came; l to my mind and kept! store. He likes to be home with i -'. .

Waycross, Ga. were Sunday repeating over and over. Lo.j i me and I love having him. I "
her son .
Carolina is visiting -
afternoon guests of Mr. and the winter is gone; and It hope soon Don Jr. will come I -
daughter-in-law, Mr. and -
and Mrs. T. W. Markey.: kept thinking'-and Don andI :back! to buy us out and take .

Mrs. Clifton Smith. Mr.. and Mrs.:: Tom Steeleof and all who read this are over the work. I pray he will, 1tME t
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
r-.I. I' r "AY Vero Beach were Sunday ,still alive. We buried many :as Don has? made him an ':
Warren during the week wereMi'
night guests of Mr. and' Mrs. people last winter and they ,:offer. We could build us a lit- ,: ,, ..... "': ": I : '
NYLONTRUCK Warren'ssisterinlaw, Earl Green and Mr. and Mrs. are'hot here to see the snow tie house on my garden lot'' .@'''''':::; f t, ':.: ::' ''Ll: ";:;' ::: .:-t-:,:::, ; ,A 1 t" J.'1 W;' :;J::: :; .

.Mrs Thursday: Daisy"Warren and Friday of, and Tampa;Mr., Ernest Edwards and family. melt and to welcome the rob across the alley and be near :.t-"D'' :; t" : (..::,\;..' ::.,:; fIl :i\.: ;.;.... l/ ll..:. i':::. :it.. :: 1E. .:,..,.::.... ;...: I m"1

and* Mrs, Marvin. Warren and I Mr. and Mrs. Al Rain of ins and turtle doves and and able to rest more' and be D' "JO jt :: : :\}; .:::"L1". :: \j'l l t jl1't ;f J JJ\ : : '
Sunday. Archer visited her mother wrens. so -happy. Pray for us out O .: :::..:. :: l : ....... :.:: <.. ,

Lynn. of Jacksonville-on Mrs. Mamie Hodges, Tuesday I am writing this in the there. r =." '.:::;.:,.' Iiii. ;,; .,. ............, ..". .., ,,, _,, :

night. morning. I just cut out two God Bless you all, i

Friends of Walter T. Smith Louie Brown of Jacksonville cotton slips of lovely cotton LOVE, MOTHER LURA !
will be pleased to know that \x% t 7 BIG DAYS OF EXTRA STAMPS! i
visited his mother Mrs. H. O. satin. They will be cool under (
TIRE he is improving\ in Bradford 0
Brown, Sunday.Mr. sheer dresses this hot summer I
County Hospital where he is Notice of Applicationfor ALL COUPONS GOOD THROUGH WEDNESDAY APRIL 4i
and Mrs. Reed Lewis : and wash so nicely and are Tax Deed I 1
under treatment for blood and family of Wiggins, Miss. I hot in NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, e".
FOR. PANELS, PICK-UPS. poisoning in his hands. I shadow-proof. get so that; FJosEie Lee Mitchell the BOOK!
were weekend'guests I nylon and the other silk slips. holder of the following certifi- \
I Mr. arid Mrs. H. G. Turner and'' Mrs. C. L. Atkinson. So now I have them cut out cates has filed said certificates !
of Live Oak visit for a tax deed to be issued'''i
and family
$ Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green I shall sew them this after- thereon. The certificate numbers FILL MORE BOOKS FASTER ff
M. L. Turner -
95 ed Mr. and Mrs. were Sunday guests of Mr. noon. I have been waiting for and years of issuance, the description I P.: e.
Sunday.Mr. I of the property, and 1 ,
and Mrs. Julian Green and the goods to come, so am the names in which it was Assessed :"," "":"'1"0'" '''' ', ,!/ ftJ.O. ', "ij'i''

and Mrs. Johnny Jen son David, in Jacksonville.Mrs. I I. happy that it is here. are as follows: f I 4 I 11
6.00x15 kins and children of Jackson- Certificate No. 32 Year of Issuance I 100 1
plus tax Carl Edwards and We were snow bound for I 1958 Description of Proo-, I ; I

and youfrecappabte ville spent Sunday with Mr. daughters of Gainesville were I I five days, and no mail. We : Pftytnl &--i'of Blk 24 in N I I WITH THE PURCHASE OF WITH THE PURCHASE OF WITH THE PURCHASE OF
and Mrs. O. J. Anders and Reno SoD Name in which assessed 4 LB. ARMOUR SMOKED ECONOMY gee SIZE
weekend guests of Mr. and of I .
tire had. lights, gas and plenty Lonnie FlowersAll CANNED HAM PICNICS RAPID-SHAVE
Evan Hodges. of said property being in .
Other altos eqwJJy lowTHE prlad Bill.Mr.. and Mrs. Oscar Carter Mrs.Miss Shirley Green was the the everything.drifts in No the mail roads came were as I I tha County of Bradford. State of I I ,. .., At our regular low price,.... .., At our regular low price At our regular low price ,...

) .. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Florida f0. EXPIRES 4.4.62 tana't i- !.: fOOl EXPIRES 4-4-62 WIll' RGI EXPIRES 44.62 SOUl'

r in Jacksonville luncheon guest of Mrs. high as the eaves of the I Unless such certificate or I I. f0 ,floes 1011[ ,. M r. r." ",....,. ...nag. ) 'AII "',.,!: ..fleets.......
certificates shall be redeemed .. .
John ......
Aguiar in Gainesville ] d t! I In' :II !;' .1' --
Charles Perry: house: So we just rested and according to law the property .............. >>.>J..UJJ/J ........",.
Sunday.Mr Wednesday. ate and listened- to TV for ;: described in such certificate or .
: and Mrs. Glenn Williamson Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukesof news. We got stacks of let- certificates will be sold to the ;; L U IJ GltJu\\ ,r '.'. rjJlJf.}UU J v.'.
highest bidder at the court house I I I
and"children spent
Lake Butler were visitingMr. ters when the road was opened door on the first Monday in MERCHANTS II tt I'' MERCHANTS W I J IHA MERCHANTS IiI
Sunday wftbt Mr. and 4rs. and Mrs. T. W. Markey on Thursday eve.We I Month of April 1962 which is I I 100 Green Stamps 100 Green Stamps I UU Green Stamps
I' the. 2 day; of April, 1962 .
Wednesday afternoon.Mr. were so glad that no Dated this 6 day of March, : .
Mrs Elmer [Bunt Crews
and Mrs. J. H. Sullivanand needed 1962 '
one passed away or an
arid 1iildCen visited Mr. Crews : Charle: A. Darby !8 AFTER SHAVE LOTION LISTERINE TABLETS
family visited her mother ambulance her Then worst Clerk .of Circuit Court of ......
At our regular low price At our regular l low price At our regular low price
who' is stationed at Moody. .. Willis in Bell I : Bradford County. Florida i II""" r
Mrs. Mary of all, our Doctor got ill with 3-8 4t 3-29 '"' EXPIRES 4-4-62 fOOl EXPIRES 4-4-62 szmr R>> EXPIRES 4-4-62 r.mr

ir'Base in Valdosta, Ga. Sunday. blood clot and was in the hos-I .. nose IA. .........-., ...sroca.... fAil..A. ,' ..11IL... flirt
: I
fM-.Mrsi. II' %
MrV -
'vJ.'l '
: Mrs:/ 'Mattie 'Sowell AndMrs. pit al>:Bufwe"all got along fine. : ..
wright aVid daughter Mrs. Ned were in the!
Hicks Now Spring is here by '
Donald Knight; arid!S on, f**' Gainesville on business Friday. calendar. We still have lots of : WILLIAMS'JEWELRY .. H I I II''VUVVWJ'W o\' '\! ''LW.IIV.; ".,..,"lli:1.,..: t WMWJ'JI.MI''I1'fj.'\\: .''IL-I

.. ,... fence' were Sunday visitors Miss Ann Vickery of Florida snow piled high, but the warm I Tk .1 AH MERCHANTSI a |ft ft MERCHANTS 1 0 0 MERCHANTS
j of Mr. and.* Mi. T.. L.. ,Wain- State University, Tallahassee, sun melts a little each day. i i I If Green Stamps I UU Green Stamps Green Aampt
HNMILER J was the Saturday night guestof So since the nights are freez- 4 DUNCE VASELINE LARGE SIZE FAMILY SIZE
"r 'Mrs. Q. J. Phillips was mThetessa'
Shirley and Linda Green. ing, we are hoping we will HAIR TONIC BAN DEODORANT I COLGATE TOOTHPASTEAt
Sunday visiting her
Il-C Mrs. N. C. Mott and Mr. not have floods. low At low At low
I REPAIRSWATCHESDIAMONDS our regular price : our regular price -, our regular price \
Mrs\ whois II" :
aunts Ada Philips, .
and Mrs. Edgar Wilkerson of .E.I fOOl MOl
Don paid out taxes yester- I EXPIRES 4-4-62 sma' EXPIRES 4462MERCHANTS mil' EXPIRES 4-4-62 sm3'
FOR ; ill, arid Mrs. Alice Jones. I weekend, tN floR1 'AII flow tut Joni
RANCH I S\iray\ visitors' of Mr. and City were day. For just our propertyhere I All Work GuaranteedA. 2r r :
UU guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mar-: in town they were over

Mts! James Rosier were their shall Mott in Lakeland. 700. However we are glad to C. Williams I 1Ii! JOO. LCJa .:: ... b I. UVU..M.L .. .
Burton'Rosier and family YY YI
Aufqtirot son. Miss Mamie Clark of Jack- be able to pay. That does not 142 W. Call St. rm HI I I 'N it! ,

of Palatka.Mr. sonville and Mr. and Mrs. include personal property on Starke, Fla. i I .. 50 l 5'M' 50 MERCHANTSllllE
Green Green
i Stamps Stamps Stamps"
\ 'and Mrs. Paul DinkinsJr. ; I II f -
Corbett Horne and son of .
i .
p., .. .orm. ". of St. Augustine spent 1 j Lake City were weekend guest have a new Easter bonnet.Ha 2 LB. CUP MAYFAIR 2 LB. PKG. FARMER GRAY ONE PINT WINTERGREEN

..8-1' NyIaa- et Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Clark. I may never get to wear t I ,_I COTTAGE CHEESE BACON ALCOHOL t
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Paul Dinkins and Mr. .
i I' I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green it on Easter if we are busy At our regular low price At our regular low price ,.- At our regular low price ,
rara 1s aI Mrs. Carl Carter: '_ fOOl fOOl fOOt 1ImI'I >
J and family and Mr. and Mrs. with funerals. Anyhow, I ami; I rig EXPIRES 4-4-62 $,;] EXPIR(54.462 inertm EXPIRES 4.4-62
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Kenny Green and son Ken, fixed. Whoopee! I feel that)i @ ,( ;; JLxClC
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family of
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of Jacksonville visited theJ.
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Archie Waters of 1 2 cans of green beans or ,
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Worthington visited her sister -i 4 cups fresh cooked; can
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and Mrs. T. W. Markeywere '
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rand children} of Jacksonville, Mrs. Mattie Barry came home WITH THE PURCHASE: Of WITH, THE PURCHASE OF' W TH THE PURCHASE Of
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George L. Shuford and others the home of her daughter. makea .
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Bookmobile ? enton and Mr. and Mrs., April 4 at the, I I Dull
I Club House. Marian Bass, and Sue ;
VYYVyyyyyyyVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Scheduled For : I George A. Imhof of Jacksonville !i The program will be on fine 11th grade, Virginia Ford Pat

I'i ?MELROSE recently visited Mrs. O. arts, with literature a book Regan. and Margaret Slade;

j} HIGHLIGHTS Clay County I T. Robinson." I, review,;as the topic. Mrs. :Allen and 12th grade, Larry Strawn.

,By !Irs. Alice Rothhammer' Lt. and Mrs. Harold, Morlyof Graham is the literature Notice

rj, By Mary K. Schaeffer I II The following schedule has -i ij Ormond Beach spent the chairman. Hostesses for the The Telegraph is now on

i been announced for the ,'AAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAh, j weekend with Mr.. ,
I l .............."'....A..A........................ . A A'" A A A A A.. .. .. J j $; and Mrs. meeting will be Mesdames sale each Thursday at Chiap-
-- ----- --------------- : Bookmobile service Fred Moody.
I 'j i,| >library -. I Mr. and .Mrs. JF. W. Cooperof J, Grolick [chairman], Bach1 -, pini's Gulf Station in Melrose.

SOCf! Hop to Feature i I guests by Mrs. Hardenbergh's i,| in Clay :County: IT- i11r Westfield, N. J. are visiting Mrs. Christine Lassiter spent 1, mann, Barnes Boyd, Witner-

Twist Contest two daughters, Dottie and: Dee : Tuesday Apr. 3, and everyother friends ani relatives, including the weekend in Miami with : spoon. Miss. McGill and Miss CHURCH
The Tuesday after that: her son Robert Lassiter. METHODIST
Keystone Heights Dee. I Rutherford.
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,
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Chapter of the Future Home- Guests, each of whom pre-i ,9"to lQ:3:
makers of America will sponsor sented Mrs. Elder with a love. ,,[,I Farms at post office. ,' their cottage on Lake San- attended the annual Co-op The Future Homemakers, of I'! Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith,

a Sock Hop on Saturday ly gift included June Red- !'!: 11 .to 12 noon.,' Kingsley : r ta Fe. picnic! at, _Keystone Heights'J: America sponsored a car wash pastor.

evening! March" 31, in the fearn, Sylvia O'Connor Nelle i' Lake at One'Stop, Mart Mr. and: Mrs. Dale Price of Thursday. Mrs. Ray Stedham j I I I at Williams' Garage Saturday. Sunday School 9:45: .. m.

School Cafetorium from 8 till I [formerly Strickland's. store I presented a vocal number at Worship 11 a. m.
Wistrup, Barbara Southwell, Lubbock, Texas are the parents I The Honor Roll for the
11 p.m. Dress will be informal Nell King Marta TolforoV i!I' 130; .to" 3 p.m.,. day Hill, -: _ ( : of a baby girl, Cynthia th event. fourth six weeks period) include MYF and MCF 7 p. m.

-with the girls attired in Linnie Schroeder, Mary Brokas -,; School. r 4'I Joan, bprn March 19,, Mrs. fHow, When, Where." a'',i the following students: All Evening Woranlp! 8 p. m.

Bermudas, pedal pushers Alma Blizzard Helen j! 3:30: to 5 p.m., Middleburg I Price is the former Alice book written by Charles Wing- ;, A's, 7th grade, Diana.Mintpn; .

clam-diggers, Calypsos or Phelps Fran Livingston, Vel- ;''at L. C. Canova's Store. Rothhammer of Melrose. e back, a former resident of J i;8th grade, Jean Lively jndi TRINITY EPISCOPAL

whatever. ma LaMee and Jane Dors. !( Tuesday Apr. 10, and every : Mr. and Mrs. Tom Spurlock, Melrose, -is now -on ale at i
Highlights of the evening New ArrivalMr. 1 I other Tuesday after that: I Mike's Book Store in Gainesville Ellen Scott and 11th
I Jr. of .South Florida visited I ; grade, ;, SUndays10 a. m. Cnure*
will be a twist-contest which and Mrs. 10:30 to 12 noon Virginia i iAirs. '
Jimmy Dyal his Carol Rothhammer.
parents for the weekend.Mrs. j All
comes as no surprise. Admission of Crystal Lake are the par- Village at Clevinger's Store. CO-OP TRUSTEES PLEASED Elsie Lee and childrenof :Ima,Self of Gainesville ': A's and B's, 7th grade, Bill il School. and 11:45: a.Sermon m. Mornmi iFirft

will be 35c stag; 50c ents of a son born,on March :25: to 4:15: p.m., Meadow- ,! .BY ELECTION,RETURNS i Neptune Beach recently spent Tuesday with her par- !: Harris, Robert McGuire, Walt I Prayer Holy Communion). I

drag. 20, at Bradford County Hos brook-Bellair at shopping cen- visittd her parents Mr. and ents, Mr. and Mrs. D._ B.:, er Sturdivant Kenneth Guth- Sunday, Church-

Boy' Scouts Have pital. Mrs. Dyal is the former ter. Incumbent Clay .Electric Cop (trustees,:,
Camp-Out Martha Sue Finley, daughterof 4:30 to 6 p.m.. Doctor's In- i Smith, S. Jennings-and John Norka and Mrs. R. M. Cason! Pamela men.Holy
__ I Bryan view returns that} Mrs. Daniel Stafford of \ Spiyey; 8th grade, Days 10 a. m., Holy

to On Friday and Saturday. Mr. and 'Mrs. Tom Finley: let at Civic Center ;j assured ,their re-dsction.. during ,the annual m ethig .held ati I II | Bethany, Okla., Mr, and Mrs, and Ray Ford spent last I. Maston and Hilda Wise; I Communion.The .

March 23-24 27 boys of Boy of lake Geneva. I Keystone.Height* Thursday.: .March,2$,',." |, Bill .Seaward of Jacksonville, weekend in Palatka with rela i l-Sth grade, Carson Johntry Rev. Lee W H"*ton
Scout Troop 105 of Keystone Bake Sale A Success I CORRECTION I j,I ; .tU': ")JI., and Mrs. Ralph Mathews left tives. /lartha Scott, arjdjCathy Web-
II ji I Smith Vicar.
i (unopposed), received, 1,1$2 .votso.; of, the, total ; }Jr. and Mrs Bunyon Kelley I
Heights went on a campoutat Mrs. Fred Dodd, who was Saturday for New, Smyrna titer; 10th grade, ,Ann Bowen,
1455 the 1|
their campsite on Crystal chairman for the PTA baked In last week's issue it was I castin heated, election. Jennings beat his opponent, I Beach to get Airs. Stafford's and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Spur- I --- w

Lake. goods booth at the Annual I stated that the site offered D. Anthony Baker.956.to 487;,while Norka,,u on!; ever his chat-I I''I husband who ,has been holding lock spent Tuesday in Palatka.!;

The boys were scored on Clay Electric Day wishes to. by John Bird to the Keystone lenger,. Angus.Hastings. 857-566. !i a revival there. They then -The Girl's Auxiliary of the; ;EOL1TJCAL ANNOUNCEMENTClay

hlkecraft, patrol spirit thank all her workers and, Heights Woman's Club was An estimated 4,500 persons, an all-time record attended '!, visited in Cape Canaveral before Baptist Church met Monday; Commissioner Dist. No. 4

campcraft, and cookcraft. contributers for helping to located outside of the city Jast week's annual meeting. : returning.Mrs. with their leader, Mrs.. H. O. : Cpunty ,

The Panther Patrol, with make it such a financial suc- ; limits. This was an error. The C. L. Bass recently Willliams. :

Tommy Bird as patrol leader cess", site offered by Mr. Bird is St. Augustine Diocese on Saturday ..... .y.yy..YYYyyyy\ spent a week in Tampa with "John Glenn is an astro- To the voters of Clay County:

scored the highest. Lions vs Junior Women I within the city limits, but evening March 24, her daughter and son-in-law : naut, You can be a jeadnaut"i, and particularlyyour
is not at present served by when he came to confirm a I GRAN.DiN i iII In ;asking, .for your support
Each patrol took a one I Another reminder of the Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Edwards, will be the theme of the sum vote for County Commissioner District Four
water lines. group of local boys and girls. t
-mile hike around the campsites softball game at the City Park and baby granddaughter, Lis- mer reading program recently
Members of the confirmation : J do so on the basis of my experience in big industry -
; on Saturday evening, March I I: By Mrs.: Rebecca ikantleyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA" ha Sue. approved by the :B.oard ,of the I
and efficient -
were Peggy Shaughnessey -II with its problems of economical
The entire operation was 31, featuring the Keystone ,Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Whit- Melrose Public -Library.: Schoolchildren I ,
have been received during the Debra Brault, Christine ... : I ration. YOUR COUNTY GOVERNMENT
under the supervision of Lions Club vs. the Junior ton,:Jr. of,Largo and Mr. and may enroll and reada op
I quarter will be welcomed by Gaboardi, Pamela Tomes, Dianne I
Scoutmaster Barry Wyman. Woman's Club. Game time the congregation.Board Parades j! Sunday, March 25, ended an' Mrs. G. M. Whitton, Sr. ,of minimum of one book per IS BUSINESS, AND SHOULD BE OPERATEDAS

with the help of assistant will be 7:30 p.m., and all admission Donny Bell, eight-day revival .iati Paran' Galapin Mo. visited Mr. and week during the summer vaca- SUCH.
of Trustees will meet : Bobby Drake and Robert Pa- J
Mike Redfearn. tickets ,will be 50c. 1 i tion. A certificate will be
Scoutmaster Church. Baptismal services Mrs. C. A. Ford and family I have been making a close study of the laws,
7:30 ,
on Monday, April 2, at : i ter. The choir under the di-I I I ,
Others who with the I 12 awarded to each child ata
camped Boys and girls under yearsof were held at 11:30..Jollowed Saturday.Mr. Practices
: of Commission
I policies and general our County -
I rection of Mrs. ,
boys and assisted Scoutmaster age will ,be admitted free. pjn.At Gladyce BaCh-j j II by a basket dinner. Out of and Mrs. Stephen Ash- party at theend of the sum-
the monthly meeting of I mann, sang special : in relation to the need for County services -
Wyman were Max Moon- Each admission ticket will town visitors. ,.Included Mr. : ley of Atoka Tenn. are the mer. Bpoks! to satisfy the
the churchwomen April 2, at I this service. Leo LeBlanc was ; I to meet the expanded needs in our growing
eyham and Gene Williams. entitle the holder to a chanceon and Mrs. Edgar, Johnson and i parents of a baby boy, Robin wishes of readnauts from the
7:30 p.m., Mrs. Fern Mecum the soloist. The choir also I I county. As County Commissioner I would con
Duplicate Bridge ResultsA the ground-prize which family Mr. and Mrs. Robert Utley born March 22. Mrs. kindergarten to the college- your

; the regular weekly meeting will be a deep-fat fryer. will speak to the group. Mrs. I sang for the confirmation :, Seigler and family, and Mrs. Ashley is the former Miss bound will be available. tinue to familiarize myself with the problems of

: *'of the Keystone Heights We saw a sign in the window Mecum represents the Christian show- >! service on Friday evening, I, Q. I. Roberts Sr., all of 'Pa- Elaine Samson. Maternal' Pre-school children pf Mel- the,county, and do all in my power to hold the tax
Herald, and will March 23, at St. Edward's in
ci Duplicate Bridge Club, Friday of the Keystone State slides of various Christian) Starke. I, latka, and Virgil Owen of: grandparents are Mr. and rose are eagerly anticipating | line insofar, as possible. Through economical administration -

etening March 23, Cliff Land-:! Bank inviting everyone to'1 Herald-sponsored orphanages.j! David Schaeffer and Jim- I,,Starke. !i Mrs. Roy Samson and paternal the Annual Easter ,Egg Hunt.;, \ .I would strive to always get a dollar's

f'rsJnd Ronald Schoenau "see the Junior Woman's Club i, Special music during the I grandparents are :Mr. and Mrs. held by Faith Presbyterian value ,for dollar ..spent.I .
: Mrs. .. The Rebecca i Circle: will .put my Fox were the two ,altar I i .a.
were high-scorers. clobber the Lions Club" I revival was presented -by the Clarence Ashley. Church Kindergarten 'F.ridaytApril !
flowers in the church during boys from Keystone Heights i I Your support and your vote on May 8th will be
Alice Ketchum and Mrs. and wondered 1! perhaps I I
I Paran Church Junior Choir; Mrs. D. G. Kelbert of Brad- 13, at 10:00: :am. Mrs. '
the month of April. Mrs. Don- who served with the Arch-
greatly appreciated.
Helen Phelps were second the sign had been made by \| a trio, consisting of Mrs. Dolph I L. O. Baldwin Mrs. John ::, ,
ald W. Shackleford, leader bishop on both Friday and
high; while Albert Bach-\ a member of the Junior Wom Turner, Miss Barbara Turner Webb, Mrs. James R. Neale.;: I
asks that anyone who would Saturday.evenings, and at the ': Sincerely,
maim and Arthur Barber an's Club? \ like for and'' Miss..Lana Turner, an of and Mr. and Mrs. R.-'F. Clay- Mrs.: ,Claude Martin. and Mrs. I II .
to" give Slower money Raiford State Prison on SaturSSjT'Tnorning ]I
third Cubs .Are Civic Minded
were high. 'Easter: "please'1 cdntather 'by for the con- 1 Putnam Hall; a duet by',Mrs. ',ton and son visited relatives H. C Odom are-in ,charge ofarrangements. D. Anthony Baker

$ince the demise of the These boys: Mickey Brokas, J f Frank Adams and Mrs. J..C. in Gainesville Sunday after ,' ..... _:
phoning 4265. firmation services there. / c. -
Woman's Club building, the D nald Baker Edwin Baker, Weeks of Grandin ,noon. ."- .
The Area of
Meeting community Members of the -Catholic t {Pd. Pol. Adv.)
Duplicate Club has been Jeff Davis, Dana Wyman trioof Mrs. Annie F. Sikes is well
.churqhes will ,be held club are pleased with >the instrumental piano, j :Woman Club ,will be .held r
meeting in St. William's Recreation _?.fkkpv.____.. _Murrhpft'___ __.. _Steve n'_ _El-_ - -- proceeds clarinet, and hand saw, presented -I enough to be spending a few -
Friday, Marcn 30, uaytona from the .baked goods
HalL Meeting timeis mare and Den Chief John, by'Rev. and Mrs. Ray days at her lakeside cottage,
Beach. Gentlemen ar ,.Ieminded booth at the Annual Clay I jnNf Ir.lli I
every Friday at 7:30: p.m. Reid, Jr. all members of that they too. have been Electric Day March 22. They Stedham and the guest evan- where she was accompanied l( v u un I Dncr

All bridge lovers. are invited. Den 3 of Cub Scout Pack gelist. Rev. Marvin Stedham ;by Mrs. Rosa Brantley. I ..

Mrs. Elder Honored 305 "did: their good deed fort has invited plans by to Mr.keep Bumpus.them busy who want contributed to thank, patronized everyone who or Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hutsqn ,! Mrs. Ercell Sapp has returned I'" I U, vials: BE hi MM;)IU .IIILI.IIUUL
Mrs. Dewayne Elder was e day" last Thursday at of Grandin and Mr. and Mrs. i home after spending
while their wives in meeting worked.
are -
guest of honor at a stork the Annual Clay Electric Wayne of Maxville have been i the weekend with relatives in
They may Join their wives Mrs. Lena Clemens was the I DIRECTORY
shower given for her by Mrs. meeting. They gathered up spending several days 'at ,Gainesville.
for luncheon at the Tourist one who made the good cookies .
Ronnie Hardenbergh and Mrs. soft drink bottles for the Junior Horseshoe.Mr. Among those, who attended .
Church, however. Luncheonwill and other refreshments
.I Amy McElrath on March 12, Woman's Club's conces- I and Mrs. B. J. Aldermaner the REA meeting from the -
for the in the hall
be $1 perplate. reception I
at the Hardenbergh home on sion. With nearly 5,000 per- Keep in mind the rummage i, after confirmation services. Grandin area were Mrs. Roland APPLIANCE DEALER LUMBER REAL ESTATE
Lake Geneva. The hostesseswere the grounds, there Tanner and children I
sons on ;. sale April 12,- 13, and 14. Mrs. Bee Cooper was responsible II .
assisted in serving theirINSURANCE were quite a few ,bottles. 'Ii I -had mutual interests. Their 1 Mrs. Paul Hubner, Mrs. E. S. I San' Lebrydo UTTLE1"rA FE LAKE
St. Anne's News ior the lovely flower -
----------- .- collect the fathers are both retired Colonels Brantley and children Mrs. -F FRIGIDAIRE! I Furnished Home.
The boys,did not covered I
St. Anne's monthly arrangements on the main LuinberCo.
i 'and while :Mrs. Rountree's Callie Rye Mr. and Mrs. Er- t bednns, guest house dock,
Instead 'C.
bottle. i
usual 2c per dish was held Wednesday ; altar and the two side-altars '
) supper
; Sales and Service We Specialize In Custom
( parents have a homeon cell Sapp, Mr. Barton, Mr. FURNISHED HOME.
to have
they were just proud March 21. The hostesses, for confirmation.
AutoFireCaua1tyBonds been asked -to be a .help in Mrs Gloria Murrhee and Mrs. I Speaking of our Bee we Lake Geneva, Mrs. Elsenhower's -, and Mrs. B. J. Alderman, Wel- Yeoman's. Electric Cut Extra Lengtha *pa<'ioas lot, many trees' price
and Allied Lines parents have a home I don Brantley, and Z. W. AI.&uIaI'and terms see:
their community. ,
Mary Brokas were assisted by hear she has. along with all SeryiceMelrose
on Hutchinson Lake, which is, Brantley.Lt. Cement Mortar .M1- Associate Edna Martin.
Reynolds Insurance Mrs. Thomas Elmore is Den Miss Reba Hall and Miss :Di- h'er other activities, .thrown i I
practically a part of ,Lake Col. James Sikes and GK 5-2871. Sheet Rock Keystone Heights Fla.
Mother for Den 3. anne Brokas. A delicious her hat into .the race for I : -
) sup- i '
Agency Geneva. As we have observed son of Augusta Ga. were MMMWMMHBMMHna 31111 en BJV'' ..21MMId4leburg: Phone 4106
CHURCH NEWS per was enjoyed by the,large State .Committeewoman before It's small world! AUTO SERVICE -.. / Phone BU 25272'MILLWORE :
W. L. Reynolds : a j| weekend guests of Mr. and i JAMEs H. McKACIIEN,
Community Church News it from Clay county.
crowd even though .was -
Card of Thanks | I
Ph. 2442 2701KeystoneflMghtsFIa. Mrs. H. B. Sikes. I REALTOR
,Sunday, April 1, will be a "no-meat-sLenten supper." Choir practice will continueto
I We wish to express our!1 Mrs. Callie Rye Mrs. J. ,F. Baker EnterprisesAuthorized : I _ _
1 Communion Sunday. At this I The supper was followed 'by i iI be held at 12 noon. on Sundays .
.s--- -,._.At. _. -_. fl_-L-- heartfelt appreciation to all Herring Sr., Jimmie Rye and I
I service, new members who I the Wednesday evening Lenten -: mUll alter !!aser. : I -
I the good who to Dealer
people came Miss Loretta Luke were ,visitIng U-Haul Trailer I

tation.Litany service and medi Personals Friends of Ray and VI j i our assistance in-our hour of ; Mr. and: Mrs. R.'I,. Smithat Auto Repairs 21 Hr. Service MilleYSkoneh. .. S. E. McKay, Realtor

need. No words can express j I their home in Jacksonville i Bait- Shell 'Gas & Oil !JP
On Sunday .evening the Chance are happy to know +
I our thankfulness for an your.| last Sunday, returning by way i Available 24 Iln. CABINETS DOORS
Property. Home
held that they are both at home '
young people a reorganizational :
kind thoughts"and gifts. We i Portable P.1et'tric'eJdin
? i of Starke to visit David Rye
SMART of again after being in the Naval WINDOW FRAMES"
meeting EYC.
the .
I Four committees were formed..i I Hospital in Jacksonville. VI .will ,alwais remember and bej' who is a patient in Doctors'' 2 MI. So. on Rt. 100 ,SCREENS: :and Acreage.
grateful to you. Dell and i Hospital Keystone Heights 4656 9
i These were: membership, projects came home on March 17, after, Earl Hayner. ,* |i i Trim ..Material! !

---I i program, and refreshments I a 'successful operation on her i ,. ,. I Paran Church welcomes the FLORIST Sash Ma4e,To,Order Keystone Heights-Ph. 1071
I.| '
I committees. Officers eye, and Ray arrived on March I', FIRST ,BAPTIST CHTJRCB following as new members: ; J_ ". 'Keystone Heights TeL 4283; _ _ _
Mr. and-Mrs. Carl Carries and
will be elected at the next 123. after a complete physical I II I -----
TouCan. KETSTONg.HEIGUTS Edna Williams T Winifred
: meeting: The young people examination. They are both I| daughter, Rebecca. Mr. and I NURSERY .

11 present were Dee'Dee Harden- '' doing fine, and are most I I J. R. Smith.pastor, Ralph Mrs. Edward Sturdivant and i FLORIST-NURSERY !

grateful to all their friends Copeland, Minister of Music son Walter Miss Doris Price, FLOWERS : ClemensNursery
1 I
bergh ,Reba Han, Jan Paul ,
IW Siy.at I '
Dianne Brokas. :Naney O'Con- who visited them or sent remembrances 'lid. church organist.ffervftes : Calvin Price, Tummy .Hubner.i j Ovtr 600 Varieties ofj Reg. Real Estate Broker

I i nor Chuck Pardee, Rodney during their hai-'':I! : Snnoay fechool 9:45: Jerry Weeks, Lilly,' ._ For All occasionsr Shrubs Trees Hoiftepiants'' Lake Properties Acreaj .

i i,' 10:5P and Mrs. ,Chester Weaver andi'I'UelrpseINSURANCE Phone: GR 5:23311| Citrus& Azaleas- for ,
Agafe! : Paul, and Stefan Brokas.St. pital stay, and to those .who ia. Morning Worship : $1.00 Ranches Business City

I_ Anne's Vestry will meet: have assisted them with vari-j'I I'. Training Union, 7:00: ...p.lI family It r I: a I Hiway. 100 Hillcrest Homes Rental

Wednesday, April 4, following j ous things since they returned I 01. Evening services 8:00: .a: p., NOTICE: The' Telegraph isnow I '3 *'if tier'East of "We Take A Personal Inter.

home. j I In. ton are invited to share : Keystone ,Heights In Your RequlrwnenU1'
the Wednesday evening serv-: I on sale at Chiappini'sGulf ) '
ices.. i Ambassador and Mrs. Wil-4:family.Prayer,. time' witn us. t Station in Melrose for An Insurance Saving Pbn ''NURSERY>STOCK- Midway: Keystone Hdghtfl .

., The ,evening branch of the liam M. Rountree have just' 'Lt. I the convenience of readers In If You Live It> a Saving; Melrose

Without taking a step outside her home, this little i Episcopal churchwomen will returned from Karachi, Pakis- COMMUNITY CHURCjIKEYSTONE' '4.I the Melrose-Grandin areaSTOP .- If You, Die. it'. Insurance) Azaleas *** UP III way 21-Open Siuutyt-

lady just paid all her monthly bills in .ten minutes I meet at 7:30 p.m.. Tuesday tan, having completed their I J\ HEIGHTS I ASK*YOUR--- GULF' MAN y to-4' Acateaft Special $2.00 ea. GB 5-29X1
flat. I April 3. term of ambassadorship to Jr., A. ,C. Bolt. MInister, I :Landscaping )Material Available;)*""_ _ _ _
.. The day branch of the Episcopal that ,country from the U. _S Mrs.! George ,A. .Canova, Organist 7ot St L. R. Brault' :See Our Plants Before You Buy''

They included: Rent, Electricity -and Gas, Department i churchwomen ,will meet State Department'White >they and ,Director.,: s Keystone lights. Tel 4558-4151' ,RESTAURANT

Store, Grocery, Club Dues, Insurance and ; on Wednesday April 4, following are awaiting assignment to a Richard iC.wu..anYoath Dir. """" Q. Q. Carnes Nursery

Doctor's'Bills. I, 'the Holy Eucharist servIce new station abroad. 'which Is1expected Sunday School. 9:45: a. m) INSURANCE[ ,I Florahome 684-:4665. : feet Your Fri* I
shortly, they have -r I "*
at 10 a.m.
How did she do it? I Morning \Worsnfp.l1 a. m. PACKAGED i
.been visiting Mrs. Rountree's 1
No Baptist News? ,
G E La -
Young People 7 Rue I
p. m. eo
iJy Check of parents. CoL and Mrs. John Lawrence's
course. Pioneers. 6 ; Dinette
I We know there is a lot of p. m. ... Shatjhneui
Receipts? McDowall. who Jive on Lake- Your Local .
activity going on at the First .2

_ There's no receipt quite so convincing as a cancelled i, Baptist Chur hbut they have During their-staY .in 'Xara4 .ST. ASXE'-S .ErJSCOPAL TRAVELERS ,OPEN'8 A. M.-12 P. M. DAILY' Open 11 a. m. to 9 p. m.

: : check. It ends all arguments-before: they begin. been neglecting to send us any chi..the Bountrees entertained : CHURCH, KEYSTONE INSURANCE CLOSEDSUNDAYSKeystone Mon: thru Saturday
ReV. Wml'W. Worstall !
:accounts. We would like-to, VicarDaily '
Records? President ,Eisenhower and i Keystone Heights Melrose' Hijhwty Closed Sunday

: suggest .that ,they appoint at; daughter-in-law' Mrs.Barbara -j Morning Prayer 8:30 I ,TOJEPHpNE 4S92 31 Also ..,, Hiway 21-Keyatone HtighU
A glance at her check stubs will tell her what, when, :: few publicity chairmen and i : K i____ in ii
5i: Bfcw PiM Prkage Btorct&jtar)
Eisenhower, who -
'Ii were : a.m. Daily Evening Prayer,
where and how much-right to the penny. : put them to work. ?
\ :i St. William's Church j.Sunday.April j on their round-the-world pjn. Sundays.;; ; : ajn'Holy INSURANCE ;; _Rt loo_South ,WELL DRILLING
4 Talk about an easy aid to budgeting this is it! : tour. The President aid iei I Eucharist on tat and _

L :' / I I I, ,will.be .the enjoyed ,that visit more than: 3rd Sundays each month.t Murrhee Insurance '1-REAL_ESTATE ,

THE KEYSTONE STATE BAlK i! first Sunday of the month, any of their others. and left! Morning .Prayer on. 2nd and I' WELL DRILLING. '

I and therefore, Communion with Mrs. Rountree a little ;( 4th -Sundays. Litany Service Agency C. J. Pete_ O'Connor .PUMPS SERVTJCEMATHEWS

MEMBER\ PJJ.C I Sunday for the children of remembrance a gold medallion -i on anj 5th ,Sunday.. Evening. ,General Insurance '
i the parish. The.choir will also 'Cr" ,' Fire .:;;' Bonds RPALTOIt. .
with an ,appropriate in-| Player; & 'Pm: : casualty .1
A, Friendly ,Bank In A Friendly Community I I sing a Gregorian High Mass. scription. Possibly this visit During Lent -Litany andMeditatioV4ieiay. \nH .- .- .. .". EEAL.ESTATZ Well
_ Keystone Heights Fla. i iA : j lines [MOETGAQES' APPRAISALS; Drilling
St. William's: .Church was, was so pleasant because Mrs.! .,

I host to the Archbishop of the Rountree and Mrs. E1senhow- chum and Mrs.. George Phelps.: I Keystone Heights 2731 Keystone Height, Phone 4597 .. os ..Qft6-6tt1:



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'mmSDAY.- C' MAR.. .%9, 1962 BRADFORD>> COtTNTT TELEGRAPH.: STARKE.! ftn'ftIl'A -.t"'P...__ _PI H,"_ ''"_",,.

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\\ 'Y'T.Y.YTY.YT..YY..Y i ..Y t W T Wf 1 1 j .Frances Crawford and Mrs JacJ soI I (. S DI by ynr: da, to Honorable Theron A. ing fo law.

t NEWS) i Juanita Houston. 6th Grade Anthony De- This notice shall be published Yawn, County Court House, in Eat II <..editor Slid Ij dt-'i tr a
OF INTEREST TO COLORED Home Demonstration :one* eayh wf ls, for .f'ur. tarke, Bradford Connaty tlorcopy of hiS xlmui t enaUV\ : the ,
I I Church News Sue,, Ralph.Byrd.. .. 1. ) ('QnSf'l"atlwetkg in the BRD- ida, ttttlun six (6> months fc I ..CITIZENS OF 'BRADFORD COUNTY' Mt. Moriah. Methodist I 7th- Grade Robert'. Aycox. I' I /t. .. I I"J COUNTY TKLEOR-\PH. I. the date of: the, first.puMk-ation '; the pmmaJ re rO..tstke.' .,
this 20 ,
Notesby Dated! day of March. of tbts notice' D1I.tf"d Mark 13. L52.
,, ,, Church will have Church. Heiux Dommoiu ;Mary Ann : 1
; 1qi.
I 1I Each .claim or demand must ,; FIK1T lUN'K tlttrST COMJPAXT : ..
fHy[ Elizabeth Gheaa). !I School .starting at 9:30: Cha dtei. Franfcte, Lee: Jackson I (SEAL) be iu'writing and must sate tbe OF .}AC4.VlLI.F;/ *a*
a.m.1 1I CHARLES A. DARBY, .. Adiuiolsiratof\ title *
: tnct- of residence and postufU <>{ state
>I> '4AAAAA AAAAAAAAALAAAALAAAAALALAAAAAAAAAAALA ;. Sunday: with Rev. Robert ,. Alice, Sandra" Mathews, DOROTHY ROSS I CwrK of the Circuit Court flee "address of the cUimant and'' nf Flossie V. .hyatt,.Deee.tsed.rnuot .
------------------ in-- charge. Trustees will i meet Liine Pea'rl porti$. Sylvia Williams Home' Demonstration K\ Marian L. Crosby, be worq to br the claimBy: Hex A\\ :Jlbtop.. ; ;_.

School!* News president- at- 7 p.m. Wednesday, followed Beverly Leverson Larry ; Agent I Deputy Clerk 4-12 ant hi?' agent, or hit attorney, Trust Off IcCr.Cir .
:::-:2it :-13 4t
l ..,. it will becoius Void accord- t.t-::
the 12th grade Is locking The American Legion Auxiliary by an official5 board meet- Blown. Shirley Lewis, Ivan I- for articles __ .-
all the
Strawberry'Season you use -
p :for you \ritness the three- will meet at 2 p.m. : ing. All members are' asked UlcCollum, Valaria Jenkins. 7- --- -
tithe. Th Ii les : JCALL FOR BIDS
Yes.. it's that time; again. pace'rtt] in
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act "Rebel Without A to attend,-Rev. ,L. H.: McLen- 8th Grade Barbara MeCol-
play Sunday to transact business ; Sealed bids will be received I Business"If
are..rea.dy drawer to,find the GLASS That Our
now ,
Strawberries most! convenient -
the Council of the
by City
Cause" don. pastor.; : lum. Jackson Gwendolyn
at 8:15: p.m. on Fri! of vital importance. This is : Coy : '
I and let's make the most !of arrangement Place' of, Starke Florida at the City Its GlassYe Have It"
day"1: March 30* Leading char- : the last meeting before the Alien Chapel Church. Rev. 'Collins Maxine Odums. Shirley i Hall in Starke, Florida, until I
thingS'J' '
ers are Franklin Richard- ; 11th District Constitutional: L. A. Sampson; pastor will Ann Brown. Marion An- them and help our county. the' use most 'often j .:110 IfcJ->('k P.M on Tuesday, :- CALL WRITE or VISIT
J'\c too., near he front of the drawer.;|! April 3, !?t>:, at which lime awl !
Son. Robert Nathaniel Lonnie : Conference:: which will be held hold regular services starting gela Jenkins, Jacqueline Olivia frozen \'divisions i11'per'11'bIi. -i' place all bids rtcened will bej'Ubhcly I 1' Ii FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S
Draw"sp'ace !
fresh -
When eaten or on { -
\ ; with Sunday School at 9:45: Mai shall Velma Marie Peek f pece chnson.. and Evelyn Young April 28-29 at Gifford. ; :
1 strawberries are equal to : wiil.be'yduf patternfor : on. ,the' following:
t t pith 19 other Seniors under J Jj Commander Brooks of Post''. ajnLove Feast 11. a.m. Holy'' Joyce Elizabeth Reddish. I the' orange and grapefruit, as' 'placing"the': dividers: ,:. I I Relrular'gasoUne, approximately j, GLASS CO. ;
6 9000( gallons. ,
Jhe of Mrs. F. S. Communion p.m. AU members 9th Grads-William Pierce '
: direction
314 asks all members to meet : .1 !
; : the best source of Vitamin: C. Plywood, masonite", orr'u'- Hi-Test gasoline approximately 1' 'IZI (NOT INC.) ;:
asked to
f ierce. are please pay'dues Lillie. Powell .
I at 2 pm. Sunday to get information : One serving daily of a food gated( paper, or 'heavy' card-1 20,100 "
it Idyll Defense : i, to the leaders. Junior i 10th Grade-Jimmie Brown '- quantities for a L lt/f.& "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co.
to round out theyear's I high in Vitamin C is, recom- board ae suitable for divlciers'Cuf's1iti -j tivehe months period
I '. The Civil Defense class, under -! report. This is important -! Church meeting at 5 p.m. Janie M. Scott. mended.. When the diet is low inf'flivjders wh: t e The City of Starke reserves We Design Modern Store Fronts
M.! Monday. All parents are ask; I II llth Grade-Robert Mack the' f.ght to a<*etpt or reject any U' Just Mail\ Us A Pattern For
the direction of Mrs. because the Commanderof I in this yitaminrgums are ten- they cross each'Bother.Among i.or :0"- '-MCITY -,
Royal, is very interesting., the 4th Division Julius ed to please send: your childien. Wade Betty J. Cruz ,- GloryE. der and bleed easily, joints. the several' ways" 'of' 'holding I,,I. OF_STARKE, FLA. x Table' Tops
Merrill Edwaid"
This! class will close April 3 Royal. has to make the same. Girl Scouts meeting will be San4ra., Cummmgs. Mary T.Perdue Mar-, swell and hurt,. ani muscles I[ divider; in pace; '-"masking; !: 4.City Cl >rk, 5-15 St ;S-29:! 1313 N. \\'. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. ,Pnorie FR2-4353: .' .
will start I : Long Booker '. -- -- -- ----- -- ..
tand a new class : This being his home post we.II weaken. tape is the e4IeSt'to use, r -- -'--------- v.- 1"
I! held each Thursday in Flora j r !* The t'oantT Judge's Court
room shall Mae 1. Bright, ,
''April 10. All persons interested as Legionnaires want Post 314 I I 'Never let the strawberiylstand' tf 5da .can .n5tmake"; dhld-i II t In ADd For BtutUord Countj,
I 2atRJE. Dell. r
in Joining the class may to be 100 per cent. j Bell Hudson Mary in water. Do' no cap er ;us'e' cardboarct IxHt'es to I .Florida.. In Probate. .,
I : The pastor and members of 12th Grade Margie Faye fti:the :Matter of the'Kstftte of
'do, so by meeting each Tues- I Club News I berries unfit alter they are keep, drawrs. :ordertf.) RoloLn. ', FLOSSrE V HYATT. Dpl'e\'td: iAi"The
at 7 at RJE or contact Allen Chapel, are. ,sorry, to: Leverson, Mary McBride Leo- 1![ \OTICE TO Cltr. UTORS
day m :I 100
p The Fiesta Social and Savings washed. ''Rinse te about-three : underwear?; stockingsVan<"fi
I know that Mrs. Irene :.Thomas i, la Houston Mae Retha Wanton *: TO,ALL CUEDITOUS AND AJ.L.. It'happened ,
Prof. Eddie Thompkins the usual i dipping scarves4'instead: CLAIMS i iI
Club met at : clear waters,- quickly :I i of 'stacfeig' PEIU5ONS VV1XG
is back in the hospital Elaine Pinion. Ruby :
Mrs. L. M. Royal. I. 1 I': :' and 1'fi111':\ '.I OR DEMANDS AGAINST
pr time with .the president in': Bethlehem Free Will Baptist White, Herman Johnson Mary ';';erriesr in: andj out Cap them- be" easier to :I ti) r.\Tr..
3Iusical I charge., The club is grateful:I : drain in a colander' or strain!1 see: than, stacked."PrU6- -I You, and each of ;ytt, a-eh oldest incorporated trade association 'in the country, the
The Junipr Church was Billie Bryant, Rob
Bell Tyson. '
'The RJE Band and Chorus ; for the two new couples who tice putting'thingswheYe'theybelong :: ;. -r' i.f uoufied alHI rBnutre \ United States Brewers Association, was organized '18S2. '
John- and drmunas
grateful haye.&shop ert Clark. Odessa.. Hampton pret'ett t any cJSIuis! .
and the Anderson Junior High joined Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jenkins -, er.The, strawberry the most :if you" ,buy 'cosmeticsin .: whIch >ou. OF either of you., the'samo f.
with them fo full d.ai
ton ( FranklinRichardson. Ola Mae
I.i a, ,
Chorus will present a recital and Mr. and Mrs. Ray- delicate of all berries and;'will, 'large jars fifl. small, jars'I Aar 1ive against the Deceaged Kstate: ofF1XSSIE yearthati4'r:
on.Sunday lajch"25V Re"< Etlerson Barbara V HYATT .
] Britt, Milton ,. a '
6t 3 p.m. Sunday. April 1, in field Perry. .Plans have been lose flavor and color when r: from these toj use in, a small I I"V I late, of Bradford Count, Flori- < : ivia.4t :
the cafetorium. Tickets .has woikcd iiGeorgia. and.s ,.Stalls... ,__tL__ 1.._ n .hft_ i.i.. . .. .>.school_ :I I made for the club's birthday, I,Florida tor a" numter oz,year.| xlcuT lOU JVJio u*-wucu y U".I 'Ui.I1:< wvT.; UK large >I'
may be secured from any j party in July. I Pleaching ana ,teaching; the Use sugar to help keep:flayor 1 jars: may be stored elsewhere.:
'member of the band or chor j t : 'fYYY..tYT.YTttt' II family likes t, , I
Mr. and Mrs. DeSue serveda Word of God.: and 'is .widely*j' and: <;olor. your /

us.'American. delicious supper of barbecued -j i! known in this pan of the 1i < ice cream, then you will want"to iLl FOR BIDS-

Legion Au&ilUry I chicken. Hosts for the : have strawberry ice cream. 1 Sealed.'1M's'JIL Ue. receivedby
i country. GRAHAM the( t Council *f the City i
,', The 5th Annual Banquetand '' next meeting on April 27 will On Sunday. Apr. 1, the I Strawberry l Ice Cream i I of Starke, lClurjda, at Wiri cit .

Ball. sponsored by, the i I be Mr. and Mrs. William : church will hold its monthly t tI "BjF Richard Cain Eight eggs, 2 cups's g' r", 7.HI'I
American Legion Auxiliary : Hollon. All members are asked Pastoral activities. Sunday one-eighth teaspoon' ,salt one AprO 3. 186J.! : at wt '.lime and .
I I 1 A A A A..A.AA AA>4.f A_&AACorpsrnan > -half quarts whole plac; all! l,uUi received l will be *
31 from and on :
March :
'will be held ,; to be present. ifcliool 9:45 a.m. :TesUnwuiali publicly optned and read *o I '' 4

8:30: to 12:30: .in t.h.e.RJE cafe- I L Bridal Shower I i Service 11 a.m with the pastor -- Wm. C. Brough- milk,.2 cans undiluted 'evaporated -1 1'u4 oa the 'vl.tu\Tinti niQfltlis\ .. ; ;. *4 '
:I ; ,FurttijUiinf, a twelve k (
Continental spoonsVall
2 te
torium. Levy's: There will be a bridal shower ,-Hev. L. McKay, in har ton, who is stationed on the milk', I supply of Id.opo, tb ;o.< 00'' & %

'Combo of Lake City will play',I' on April at the home of ;: League at 5:30: p.m. with c'l USS"Sabirie, was home with illa and 2 cups sweetened pounds of chlorine', in 139- ,
lb. cylinders. delivered to
Jor your listening and dancing Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Crawford -I new president- ,L. C. JdtfCutj his ,,'..ire'and' parents, Mr. strawberries. I Starke, Florida: IN FLORIDA, citizen were evading thft bockad! of the\ Union

pleasure. Come and meet your :I ; in honor of Miss Joan j chen, in charge. Evening! and Mrs. Carl Bioughton last Beat eggs slightly. Add sugar Th .said ..City reserves the \ Navy. by using small boats to bring In essential weapons and ...
J and stir. Add 1. quart whQle i right to aitept or, reject any or armies. After each,successful -
.': will be Mrs: Service at 7:15. week.A. supplies for Confederate
friends.-Mr$. L. M. Royal Britt. Hostesses : all bids ,........ '
| All members are asked to' M. Evatt has returned to milk and cook over low heat! CITY OF STARKE. FLA. ,.,. w,... blockade run,many men celebrated"with' well-earned ojassea
-'--'- until thick. Stir B\' Merrill ":dwards.CitY' Iar_ 1s$.. of I
: beer0For.then
i--- see the officials financially his home' in! Opalocka after a .
constantlY'j'Add alerk.3-1i: 3t 3.29OTICP .
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Rev. Louis McKay pastor; visit with his par i1ts-in-law. rest of whole 'I as now, 'beer was the traditional beverage i,
milk. TO.DLFEDIn .. J
FOR SALE Timber Acreage Mary McBride,' reporter1. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pariish.Mis the undiluted evaporated : Circuit Court. BrndfofdCunutr I of moderation. But beer mearis more than .

:, We would luce to thank the I Albert Sparks and Let stand until cool. Pour ; ,' Flur'da In ..c..anfOuY.jJO : : enjoyment In our tete. 'The Brewing Industry ., .

and Farm in Union County community for the sympathy) Mrs Thelma Dial attended a into ice cream churn and i r.PH A. TROTTEIl,'s Plaintiff contributes than 25' million tax dollars to t '

and concern shown during the| meeting at the First Baptist freeze. Makes one gallon I. M.iRIQtTKOTTER: 12 ==.. Flondi"each year-money that helps support 4 !

NOTICE illness and death of Deacon j Church in Starfce last Thursday Look 'for another strawberry !,.! : *o- tpear DsfendentNotite ..c.Ioo. .v''.......c.....tI...-. our hospitals schools and\ highways. "
S.: W. Newman better known) : night. recipe next week in this To: Marion T ,Trotter, whose I ."--....-I-au ....-.... the
TODAY its centennial United States
column. : idI11iCf! audi address is: 430! -..uiiai .- year
Sealed'M'** will hft received by the undersigned owner for ito most of us as the man with j MrsCad Jones and daughter i i I First i( Street. Brooklyn. 15, XewTorlc .......)a.. .... Brewers Association stilt works constantly to as.
Oak Street. Russell 01 Radio Program i ....a -'-'-' ....... '
the candy shop on Mrs. Starling j
\ standards of
of high
the salo of lam In Vaicn County Florida, as fojlouat} the agent will start X'JU. : rdynottfied tha.ti ; __IIrkJU511u.1t110IlAO.: sure, maintenance quality : .,
Friday, r1:11
-Bethlehem Free Will Baptist Gainesville, visited Mrs. Jones'brothel a .uil for diVr 'has: b en filed .- .'SJA1.UflI: and propriety wherever beer and ale are served. '
Parcel>l 1 eonsktb of lOOfi :acres more or less, well timbered : Church. and sister-in-law, Ma- a new program of interest to against you iivllie abovfe named \ .
0'- Lake Butler' and IMxth I }home makers on the local Court'anJ, cans and you art) I ,
; located about 2 miles KR Honor Itoll for 4th and Mrs.: Henry Altman.. iniiiuloeiry required tu 8t'r'v'ta (-'opt Jf your ,

goutlj 11.111 Fast of State Read 23, Hi! miles highway Week Period r las t.week. I radio station, WRGR. It will Hnll\n'r, or pleading to the com.on :

; ,frctfau, No p'rma.nf'nt lnapron'menb. Ft'neeLt'ur 61'1)) 1st Grade CarneU WilI -I Mr.,and Mrs'.t !( : D. Barnes, attended I I bt? called Better: Living and ., Hem pl11nt!: S'n. 1th the-. Axjell' Plaintiff& *Howell.Attor- ,' Bradford County ..

; for eath; subject to two long h rm mortgages.I'arccl I hams! Kenneth Jenkins Daisy! thf Clay :Electric: meeting 1 will be heard at 9:30: am..Listen -, !J\rnef""an'' National flanks 1' '
in won't ? "'.'iM-r-j,, .la(ksonvtlte 7. Fli>l'i-ida. .
Ioa4edabout : L, Davis, Malton. J.J, Coving- at Keystone, Heights lastThursday. : you .and,file, the original in the TELEGRAPHHi
; J les J '
of SCO acres, more or
2 consisting Drawer Space ,
; ton. Joyce Ann Woods,, Mary }t .. I Dresser oMice of the Clerk of thfr Cifv -
.2 miles West of Lake BuUer on South side of Stale H. Tyson Exer B. Alston, Abie i iI Mrs. Tom Lefever' and,,; Isn't it pleasure to opena a C"tir.t: >'11 or before the 23 I I'
eta) of April, ll1G2'; otherwise..
Road Joi.-FpnCl>d. 23 acm pecan grove. 73 acres in permanfat I C. Williams Sandra Cuffee : Mrs. R. G. Griffis 'werd .in. drawer and find the article Jlic allegation ofsaid Com- % W .

pasture and about 160 acre woodland subject to Lavern Bass Chirley Carter, Gainesville last Wednesday to you want without hunting plaint_. __will be .t.aktnan.,_..:...__confessed. .. -' ,,'.
around for it? The 4-H girls --= '-- _:_? ____u.-= --_------ :.;._.__-' T---U' nn-: i., -- _-_-.=!..::.____ : I
timber dml covering all merihantihle pine timber. Two Carolyn Jones Linda Jordan i! see Mrs. George. TysOft, and,

tenant hoases and barn. Will sell for cash!! only. : Alfred Linsly Levy R. Lennon i her twin baby girls. think it is. This month they
Jr. Phillip vicari is a patient are learning to improve.drawer $ AAiUNs

Scaled bid will'fce'receHWarthe office of Hal Y. )lai es. '; 2nd Grade-Cynthia Louise'I in the' meoical center at storage space. They see that DIRtCTURI % I

Attorney, Lake ButlerFlorlda until 1:30 P. 31. on April 17, j : Broxton Flora Jean I Gainesville. -, stored articles are in better

1062, at which time and place all bids will be publicly open.d. ton, Vinson Leon COVIng-\. \ Mrs.. Minnie Crenshaw of condition and easier:; to see _

'. Separate bids will be considered for each parcel. Cash da Ann Leggett. Cynthia Ann I Gainesville was visiting her when there is a definite place = -.. 4- -T-T- -- ::--
1 for them and not all Jumbled ,
ier's check In the amount of 5% of tho bid price payable to .i! Tyson. Sulvia Ann_ Jackson, daughter. 'MrS. L.' E: Ratliff .
last Wednesday. together in the.dra' 'er. JI ,, II I 1
owner to be submitted with bid to guarantee good faith ofbidder. Cornelius Griffin. Sharon'Hankerson. I
Irma Cain visited Mrs. Drawer dividers make a I I
; : Mis. ,
Owner shall have 10. days after opening bids to consider Jorace W. Jones. Top Tunes"The
( place for everything and keep' I
same and to accept or reject bids, at which time checks | Eddie Larry. Cleveland Morris : Morris Dyal'in Pompano: everything in its place. You .Brake Supply, B & G Motors Co. ; Sewing Machine or
Beach last week.
Velma Mitchell. Jacquelin :I 'BR 'KE SPECIALISTS"For Biggest Little Record .
for all bids not accepted will be returned. Property may be : I can buy or make dividers. The : I "
I Mrs:
The home'of Mr.
:. Moore Shirley A. Pete. Joan Every Car or' : CADILLaC OLDSMOBILE: Shop in the South"
\lewed by contracting nnaer Ign'C'. ",Williams. j Berry Dyal was destroyed by shape and size of the drawer Tumi: r'. Grinding Relining! F85 HILLMAN' i Service Co.
morning and the. articles you keep in it HI-FI Stereo Component Dealer>
merchantible title. 3rd Grade-Legertha Grif-i fire early Sunday : While You Wait : Sales and Service .. .
Owner will furnish abstract and convey I will determine the number the New Home White .'
fin. They were unable to save any ; 1111 S. Main Gaines\ille :zoo X. W. 13th. Rt. 441FU i Pilot Harman Karden .,
bidders will be to enter Into I II Necehi Pfaff '
Successful bidder or required size of spaces you will need. -
I thing. Their son, Berry Jr, FR 2.9829 6.7515 KLH Fairchild Garrard!
proper Kales contract ( wncr reserves right to reject any I 4th Grade-Betty Jean DavIs -: burned and is now in the First remove unnecessary iI i Sales &,Service
,. Linda Y, Tyson, Mary J was articles and free the drawers :- ,: I I 811 W. Union Ate Gainesville! RepaiM On All MakM
and all bids to \vaIe rormaiuy in mas suiunurcG and to I Bradford County Hospital.
[Lee Lane. Carolyn Brown, AUTO RADIATORS 1 FR 2-2728 i 815 W. Univ. Ave, GaincsvJhw,. .
sell said jointly or separately. Mr. and Mrs. Zack Robinson DODGE LANCERS1MCA i ii .
parcels ; Daisy B. Coleman, Tom Marks!i \, I Ii : i 8161073ROOFING : .. .
I : had as, Sunday guests her i Butler's 'Radiator I -r ,
Jr.,, Johnny P! .Sullivan. ; GATOR AUTOMATIC
brother and sister-in-law Mr. I Safes Parts Service LADIES WEAR I
NOLAN (Dick) WARDLake I aId Strong James Price, :i and Mrs. Lonnie Hines of Transmission Service : ** ServiceMost CSED CARS TOO : ,

I James, E.' McGollie. I
Gainesville her aunt Mrs. Automatic Modern Cores In Stork
; ; Complete : Poole-Gable Motors
Butler, Fla. ,5th Grad Sandra Williams I : : Cherry's i
and Alf
Baby Hines of Hampton, Repairs Cars Trucks .
'I Alvin. Reen, Donnie i Transmission Service 119 S. E. 1st Ave. Gainesville
Trailer Rental
and : National
u _____ Units Repairs FR 2-4343 ;Gainesville's Most Fa&honabl! The Helzel Co.
i grandchildren: of Hampton.Dr. Exchange 519! S. W. 4th Ave., Gainesville '.

Here We G Again. 'I! :':nella. of and Fern Mrs.- Park M. Campa-was in 19 S.All E.Work 2nd Parts Places On Premises Gainesville('i I FR'2-0498. ;': CAMERAS i iI DRESSES Address- SUITS For Ladiea:-COATS'ACCESSORIES ** SHEET ROOFING METALS

our section last Saturday.' 'I AUTOSALE&SERVICEfMPIIt.IAL ; I,, {j A IK CONDITIONINGNo

Friends ,here were'glad'to.see PHONE S72-0372 ,I 105 W. University Gainesville!: Job Too Large Or Too Small!.

: them back.. They used to live : CHBTSLEB Fuller's Foto Inc. MMBnMBaWMMB BBMBBMMaiV I! 202 S. 1:. 4th St. Gainesville
.... !
Iic here but have been two .
: gone : w- '1 PLYMOUTH, VALI4N t FB 2-1191 -
some time now. I "YOUR CAMERA SHOP" i MOVER Ii I I
; Authorized Sales, Part* : .
Headquarters i
Mrs Bessie Wasdin was visiting .
relatives in Jacksonville I Service (Camera & Photo Supplies !!1 VACUUM CLEANERSAll .

las)!, wek. 'Yfs.it g' with' ,rter ''r i T. V Stamps! I, Gainesville : ,
was her .
: I Makes, .
'I! i }"R 20713.Oit.E f Of Vacuum*
Novella AbernathY of Ocala. t Motor Co. ; I Mayflower I "If It Needs Repair' f :
John MeKinriey
Mr. and Mrs; i

and family were visiting QUIZMASTER I ,FR 2-Z561 I II I : PRODUCTS" ; .LOCAL AMX JGDISTANCE ; A Briny CSKUYACCmS11Authorized In To Iirby's'NEW :.

: in Gainesville Sunday. 204 N.. Main Gainesville

Mr. and Mrs. ZactRoberson I Used Cars -:.J18 N. IbID INSIST THAT ALL YOUR MOVING I KIrby Distributor! .
Storage And
I I : visited in, Macdenny last CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE I
,, FR 6-S48I GainehvOIe FB '.5%%&, Kirby!
week They..alsa were in, High : .. THE BEST FROM

; Springs ,Sunday visiting her I LINCOLN" MEBCTRY. I II ., Edwards Building

;. Mr.sister. and; Mrs.Mrfc.Della Prater Osteen.Bruce.and I COMET mAT -, METCOR .Supply,. Inc. MUSIC,SUPPLIES 12 S. W. J"t Gainesrilla

ii: Harley Starling Is on the 126 S.. MAin FR 2-4844 FR 6-7110.
: I Authorized Sales 8ery1C&I -! I ;, I
: sick list this week. Gainesville. !'b... --- ,I- I-------- a
.' : Mr. and'Mrs. J. D. !JcK nI' I Part I r Lillian's Music Store; .

: \ ::! I : ncy and Mr. Klian of Gainesville Trained fiechaniet GowiBarkley I IUn ELECTRIC MOTORS ,. I .WELDING. _j if .
I I8inee193' .
II : recently. visited. Mr. and' t "Gainwiue Leader* .
1 11n I ttwalftcmla di fat Mi_ CUI tI I Electric Motor
I: Mrs. McKinney. oft, *- -t-CVa. i Universal Welding :

I: Valentino Motors Co. I .
isn't Repair
He a :
I__ I.. ,CdIasr b. He isn't a tycoon 91. K. .tais. 'GainemU i OF GAINESVILLE, INC. I KRAKAVER CABLE- WINTER- Company .",: :.

S mL: S. em SOL Most youngsters are as active: Crane Motor Co. COMPLFTE ELECTRICMOTOR PIANOS F1ANOIU1AN3 Pipe Columns Steel Fabrics. a

Johnson *1&" !31otvr ': 1'raUert : I CHORD OITGAKS -$1&1.$11$1 Hon Steel Repair TruciuBodtes :
J. ,t Fib4gIas Doal. iSwry Tilt : Sunday-Bib1e Oss 10 A as jittery jumping beans. As a''I LARK ANGLIA .
I i BALKS AND SERVICE Guitars Drums fiheei Trailers aI
the ,
result, they require quick i
Isseaably Worship
"Dirtrlbutor of Muc'
of dairy product*. Fresh i t ?
: the Lord's Supper. 11 t. m. energy .MERCEDES; : Bt. Z'"OL'.O. ;
butter New Lincoln Motor' Budget Ornamental Iron Work S
and -.1
milk and
COME SEE ..' COME REGISTER OFTEN* .Cvemc. '.Assembly WorsiupSO proTides cream this basic require-,j, Authorized, Sales i Senrica : FR %-13111n FR '-5931 I 519 S. Main Galn vili4f :
::6: p.m.Wedneway ; "Complete ServiCe far Aflj : (1' R Main flgInrnlll.] 112 S. E. First Gainesville }'Ii 6-7151 .) .
ment. Ton trust oar oo .
: 7 Bible can products __ ...
OBLIGATION -" CLarnfrf3q.p.4n. I
: I
NO to beTboles me 1u4,I j Hike* : j-- -'--- ..
: : 506 E. Ate.FB : GARDEN SUPPLIESJdhnson i; '?' .
fresh always. t University i

To Be Given Away By 1 rEXTECOSTALCllUECH ,j
& Fan
r : BOm-zsS'' r It t .. .,

i; 32WBrOi1eeS, ', i' I ... Inc.Complete Line. of McCCLLOC Jack and Jill 5 :

I IMPERIAL Service Station : a[ Sunday School 10 a. m BooP&U SEEDSFLAMS- CHAIN SAWS Open Till 9:000n Friday: ., :

: Morning Worship' 11 a. m. .Miller-Brown Motors FERTILIZERSInsecticides NEW-USED SALE3 A Complete Line Of f.

.i Evangelistic ,Service 7:30 p. Inc. J: -Pel Supplies SERVICEFlorida Yarns -NeedleworkSoU..BJ, ;

i i m. Wednesday Prayer Meet Fa %-sm ;I 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreader Saw Co. Free Instructions .
: .
"BUY THE BEST -BUY IMPERIAL t 739 Saturday I 224 Wtth I "
ing ; p. m. 1030 E. Unlrnsity: AT*. N. AW. FB ffttllJ535 I Ten Gamei Dolts .

; U. S. 301 North City Limits Starke, Fla. 11! r:i i Youth David T.Service.McGnee.. 730 pastor.p. m.. "'.. ., [ FR 2U7SGainesville.. F1 -. I: Ga rf. R ISth Dr. I..623. W. University.Hobble* GalaeaviUf :e

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.S AT THE TABERNACLEAn .1 f Albert Wilbert Norman Sr. Lillian Gross, Negro, disor- ,Seven fires during the past I

e., illustrated message on Land Sales to W. T. Jackson. Starke. 40 I I derly conduct by use of profane week, with 50 acres burned.

... the "Sower of the Seed," Mat-I SERVICE MEN ,1 acres of land: 5300. I and indecent language, Ninety-one fires with 418 FREE

. thews 13, was given by the I County land transactions Singleton E. McKay to Nor-I sentenced to a fine of $27.50or acres burned since Jan. 1 this

t sponsor of the Gospel Taber-i AND WOMEN totaled $439,100 from January ton D. Inslow, John L. Lewis, five days in jaiL year, as compared with 46
. 30 to date with the $175,000 I,I and Walter B. Babcock Jr., ,I L. B. fires and 265 burned BAR-B-QUE
. nacle l last Sunday morning.In Gruss, Negro, disorderly acres ,
. the evening service, there j i sale of the Temple Motel, on parcel of land, $1,700. I 1 I 1 conduct by use of prolane j! during same period last year. ;'
. .
'I .I! North Temple Avenue in ,
METHODIST was an informal discussion on I Bessie M. Burns to FranklinP. and indecent language, ] FRIDAY. MARCH 30
CHURCH I I WednesdaY-Circle 3 ,meetsat Old Testament laws led by 'I Starke, topping the exchanges. DeVore, Jacksonville resi- sentenced to a fine of 27.50' M.
8:00 P.
', Sundayr-Church School for I, home of Mrs. Foster Shi j Mr. Quigley.! The:! motel was sold by John! dence in Lakeside Subdivision. or to five days in jail. | i iI '
all Smith, 10 a-m. with Mrs. Jack y r.A : '.. Schultz to Temple Motel Corporation -, $5,000.C. I' ::7mo-os
ages; Membership Train- The 94th birthaay anniver- Milton Davis. Negro driving
ing for Seniors and Inter- McComb as co-hostess. Prayer -I sary of the Bible School's oldest ....r, of Starke. Second, T. McCrary, Middleburg,I Ito without license, case post-i Snack Bar I j
Meeting at the
church, 7:30: largest transaction was that iI
mediates, 9:45: am. Morning member was observed Sun- I,I Leo George Thornton,j poned. j

Worship, 11 a.m. Dine-a-Mite p.m.Thursday Chancel Choir.I day morning: Mrs. Jennie L Yc of for the$40,000 Florida by Barksdale Theatre bought The I Starke parcel of land, $4,000.I Mable Bryant, Negro, public I tole 666 I i iI Temple Ave. I I
'attack .
supper for MYF, 6 pjn.I rehearsal, 7:30: pjn. Thornquest of Jacksonville, atres Incorporated from the. Earl F. Johns to Darrell L. intoxication forfeited bond of -
Youth meetings and Membership Friday Wesleyan Service who was one of the organ- Martin Theatre chain of I Davis, Keystone Heights, residence $27.50. i j I -
Training for Juniors, I Mable Bryant, Negro, dis-
Guilds, Gainesville District izers of both the Tabernacle 5I Columbus, Georgia. on Lake Geneva 6200.
3>f30 pjn. Evening Worship Retreat Bible School and the Thurs- Lorenzo D. Green to JosephA. orderly conduct by use of pro-
at Leesburg,
i:30 p.m. Fireside for MYF, Friday day afternoon prayer meeting. Prices of sales are figured Gissy lot in Green Acres fane and indecent language

'J>::30 pm.Monday. through, Sunday. Friends of Mrs. Thornquest from documentary tax stamps Subdivision, $1,100. forfeited bond of $37.50. II

l' Office Board BAYLESS HIGHWAY will be glad to know that she affixed to deeds filed in the University City Bank, E. L. Westfall, disorderly SPECIALOFFER

Jneeting. 7:30: pjn. Circle 2 CHURCH SCHEDULE still keeps up her own corres- office of the county clerk. Gainesville to L. A. Williams conduct by use of profane and I

$VSCS meets at home of Mrs. Sunday School. 10 a. m pondence and is otherwise Only transactions of $1,000 Sr., parcel of land, 2900. indecent language, case dis- I'

Jd. Z. Adkins 3 pm. with Mrs. Morning Worship. 11 a. m most, remarkable for one of or more are listed. I Leon Rosenberg Jr., Jack- missed when plaintiff failed

*John R. Brabham co-hostess.i Training Union, 6 p. m- her age which is a reminderof Theron A. Yawn Jr., Starke, !I sonville, to Judge S. Gregory to appear in court.. I

Tuesday--Circle 1 will meet Evening'Service. 7 p. m. Prayer the words in Isaiah 20:30 to James E. Starling, Starke, I Hampton 11.1 acres of land. Barbara Jean Martin. Ne- I
to Fellowship Hall, 10 ajn. meeting, Wednesday, 7 p. .71 acres of land. $1,500. $3,200-
and Psalm 91:16.CHRISTIAN gro, disorderly conduct by |
)Irs. (X L. Haynes Jr. and m. Choir practice, Wednes- Virginia Kelly, with her fighting, sentenced to a fine

Mrs. Phil Studer, co-hostesses. day, 8 p. m. CHURCH husband E. L. Kelly, to W. E. MAYOR'S COURT of $37.50 or to seven days in ,!
SUNDAY StSVICES Flakes Starke, residence on jaiL
Silver Lake 10000.
1 Seventeen cases were heard Barbara Jean Martin, Ne-
Carl Clarke Minister I I W. H Wainwright to J. W by Starke Mayor Randall Chit-I, gro, disorderly conduct by use

10:00: a. m. Bible School Gaskins, parcel of land, $4,000. ty Monday in Mayor's Courtin I of profane and indecent lan-
11:00 a. m. Worship and Com-
Omar A. Brayton to Hinton a heavy session. guage, sentenced to a fine of

munlcn. Pvt. Gloria J. Bradley 20, Leroy Jackson, Starke, resi- Sallie Williams, Negro, possession 27.50 or to five days in jail.

'NOW EVERGRfcGN daughter of Mrs. Elsie Brad- dence in Saratoga Heights, of non-tax paid whis- Barbara Jean Martin, Ne- COMPLETE FREE INSTALLATIONOF

ley, Route 1, Starke, recently $11,800.A. key in an establishment licensed gro, resisting arrest sentencedto
BAPTIST CHURCH completed eight weeks of bas-
J. Thomas to Floyd E. to sell beer, sentencedto a fine of $52.50 or to 10
Sunday School 10 ft. m. ic military training at theWomen's I Overholser, Rensselaer Indiana a fine of $500 or to 90 days in jail.Forest "PYROFAX" GAS
Army Corps Center, I days in jail.
Preaching 11 a. m. Training lot in New Hampton
Union 6:30: p. m. Preaching, Fort McClellan, Ala. Beach,2300. John W. Vaughn disorderly Fires
Pvt. Bradley received instruction I
7:30: p.. m. Prayer Meeting Earl F. Johns to Robert T. conduct by use of profaneand
in such subjects as Burn 50 Acres EQUIPMENT
i Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Henderson Keystone Heights, indecent language, seven
Army history and traditions,
i Wednesday Bible study, residence. $6,200. days in jail.
'7:30 'p. m. Joa. E. Norman administrative and supply John W. Vaughn public intoxication Forest Service Headquarters -
procedure, map reading, first Alice Dean Horne, a widow in Bradford County reports -
pastor. not guilty.
aid, and military justice. She to Clinton Barton Keystone James Gaines the following forest Now-it costs you
Negro public
attended Bradford Heights, residence, $9,000. fire
County information for the
: BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH intoxication, fined $27.50. install r3 '.
1w High School before enteringthe Alice Kite, a widow, to L. J. county through 8 a. m. Mon- nothing to
m l : Aev. E. T. Williams.. Pastor Willie Sheppard, Negro, dis- L
service. Kite Starke, parcel of land, day: 41
orderly conduct by fighting
I the very best in
Sunday School 10 a. m. $30,300. :
I sentenced to a fine of $37.50
i Morning Worship 11 a. m.: R. W. [Bob] Smith, SN, W. H. Edwards Jr. of Carl- '
or to seven days in jaiL ,P bottled service. }"'
I Evening worship 7 p. m. Prayer son of Mr. and Mrs. Junius ton Craft, Lawtey, parcel of I gas
meeting Wednesday 7 p. m. M. Smith of Starke, is serving I I land $1,000.Inez Dan Williams, Negro, public -\ TV-RADIO'I
\ ,/ with the Navy's Seabees at I I Anderson, as executrix' intoxication, fined $27.50. We have a completeline F
Camp Kinser Okinawa.A of the estate of General Lee I Dan Williams, Negro, disturbing -
of economical
4 : : SEVENTH DAY recent issue of "The Drag Kersey, to Mack M. McRae,' the peace fined REPAIRSON ,

b. ADVENTIST CHURCH Line," the unit's newspaper, Starke parcel of land, $7,500. $17.50.
.I ; I contained this comment: "If Cornelius L. Scholl, Starke, Richard Starling public intoxication ALL MAKES dependable gas
Sabbath School [Saturday] there is adulation and eclat to James R. Strong, residence' three days in jail. for

iHN i I 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship! overheard from the Personneland $19,300. FASSERVICE T appliances
I I 11 a. m. Located between Wilson Administration Office, it Agnes Watson, a widow, to .

Road and Grinis Loop. is because of a mark of excel- :I, Gordon J. Jones, Starke, par- : cooking- t

I ''I E. L. Marley, pastor. Phone lent in these departments. Ij i II eel of land, $5,400. I i: wafer heating- ,
I\\ 9641324. & E has improved immensely! A. E. McKinney Jr. to Rob I i

I,i since January when R. W. ert H. Lappe, Starke, residence ByFACTORY clothes drying.

% i GRAHAM Smith, SN, began working, to I I $7,200.D. TRAINED

i j!, BAPTIST CHURCH such a degree that Chief!! D. D. Builders Inc., Jacksonville I Call today for detail I SI
Stagwell of COMCBRAP gave i to John W. Yoak, TECHNICIAN
I Sunday School, 10 a. m. (,
II the office an excellent." Starke. residence in Saratoga
i I'Morning Worship, U a. m.! Heights, $14.600.BarclaY' All Work Guaranteed I

Your TELEGRAPH i Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Thomas O. Rowe, boat-! Development Company I NEW i GAS SERVICE

i I Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. swain's mate 2-c, USN, is : Jacksonville, to Herman 1 j BULLINGTON'SAppliances PYROFAX

available on 32 news standsin i I Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 8 serving aboard the attack car- Rhoehl, St. Clair Shores, FULLY AUTOMATIC
\p. m.-Rev. C. L. Redding, s- j
pa go ship USS Arneb which left Michigan lot in Keystone ALL ELECTRIC

Starke and surroundingtrade ;I tor. Antartica on March 5. bound j,I Club Estates, 5300. Phone 961.6551 :1 220 N. Temple Starke
: for the U. S. via New Zealand I Ovid G. Lewis to Frances i 1i 961.8091
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN The ship, which made three Wilkinson parcel of land, I i Phone '
area. CHURCH ,
I trips to the frozen subcon- 8200. I .
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I i 390 N. Cherry St. I tinent during this'year's Deep- Lansing B. Jordan to J. B. .

I, Sunday-Sunday School 9:45: freeze operations was used to Wright, Starke parcel of

EACH ;a. ra. Morning Worship 11 a. m. carry the first nuclear power!! land, $2.500.Leonard .
1500 1 Youth 6 plant to the Antarctic. It is i! Donberly to Mid-
Fellowship p. m. I
WEEK Readersget i Thursday-Choir Practice 81 expected to arrive in the U. s.1 j State Homes, Inc., residence f a
p. in mid-May. I $2,900. 4 n

i! m.Friday Pvt. Rowe is the son of Johnnie Lang to Willie Lee
-Junior Choir and I r
I Recreation 3:30: p. nuBEULAfl Mrs. Mary H. Rowe of Starke.I Pierce.- Starke.- -parcel of land,

their paper in this quick convenient $6.000. :fire
BAPTIST CHURCH Sp-4 Cleo C. Thornton servIng H. L. Hartley Lake City,
way-from one of our carrier boys, or i I II : with the 574th Transportation to Ira W. Allen. Starke, par-

from their favorite I Sunday School 10 a. m. Co. in Toul France, cel of land 5000.
I Morning Worship 11 a. m. won four trophies recently in Ethel Lloyd Dixon and Wil-

Training Union 6:30: p. m. small arms matches. Firing as lie D. Lloyd heirs of Dolphus

readers now prefer to get their paper in this Evening Service 7:30: p. m.I .- a new shooter Thornton won L. Lloyd, St. Petersburg, to odg12950 e

way than receive it through the mail. In order to I Rev. Luther A. McGee, pastor his first two trophies at I George Lee, parcel of land, :
I matches held in Germany. As I I 2000.
serve you better, you will find The Telegraph waiting FIRST CHRISTIAN ,
top man for the 2nd Trans- Rachel Sasser a widow,
for you each week at the following places I CIIURCHI portation Battalion, he was, John William Sasser, and lola ,

I I 537 W. Call St., Starke selected to take part in two I Mae Sasser to A. W. Brown Afar"9'i

j Bob L. Badgett, Minister more matches held at Mont parcel of land, $1,700.
Starke I Cor. W. Call & Christian Mourillian. He won 2nd placein I James R. Strong, Winter

Lawtey sustained fire. His success-i I Haven, to William H. Sum- .'
Sunday School 9:45: a. &&&. yr ; ;.y y 4:
ful shooting led him to fifth j mers, Starke residence, $28-
Buck's Shuford's Service Sta. Church Worship 10:45: a. m.
Grocery 1 place on the team, but he was i ADDING MACHINESExtra I .....
Chi Rho 5:30 Choir 000.Lorenzo ..
Priest's Service Sta. I : p. m. .
City Fish Mkt. fi
forced to decline the position I D. Green to Wayne
Oscar Carters I practice, 6:30: p. m. CYF, 7 p. f rtun extra tfficitncy AT THE TiiS
Store a quick 'f1tr'to vrite9 end
Coney Island !! since he will rotate back to I E. Douglas Starke parcel of -
m. Prayer lOWEST PRICE
Meeting, 7:30: p.I'm. ANYWHERE. N.w tute
Farmers SupplyTanner's Heilbronn Wednesday. Minister the U. S. in the near future. I land, $3,300. 'tar site! construction for durable, writing is a quick way to bank. Jnst ;

Service Sta. I: trouble free lervke. Perfect for Lu.t.lIeU fill in a deposit forms properly eo-'
Reddish's Store yyyyyyyyyyVYYvvVYVYYYBayless office of
every tv>
Suwannee StoreWayne's BOATDRAIN BAPTIST dents, t.ta!en, fer tverybody who dorsa the checks you're sending, end

New RiverAlbert CHLftCH HEILBRONN Sgurec. ti il.. Aat1lDt torwlhoJ'I'CJ tJeo
Superette Hiway BAPTIST CHURCH .. .-- .. -- '--.-- _
Andrews Drugs MootyMaxville ,! Sunday School 10 a. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesdays, FEATURE LADEN

WinnDixieSetzer's Morning( Worship, 11 a. m.I By Mrs A. C. EllisAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 7:30: 'p.'m. Rev. Joe Roop. Singh stroke total

: Training Union 6:30: p. m. Eve-' Sunday School, 10 a. m. Peraaoetf,printed lap
i :ling Worship 7:30 p. m. Featber-kn actiooWlwp.Mai.t
Harris Store Morning Worship 11 a. nil:
Edwards Grocery ; Prayer Meeting Wednesday, .
i operatid
Training Union 6:30: p. m
Pinehurst : f:30: p. mLAUREL The stork shower given Friday FLORIDA
Raiford i Evening Worship. 7::>0 p. m. EASY
March 23, at 7:30: pjn. TERMS AT
Rah n's Grocery at the home of Mrs. Gladys 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship. .
I MISSIONARY School 10 MornIng .. ..
Sunday a. m. .
Mitchell's I '- ,
Drug StoreCanova's Newmans for Mrs. Carolyn -;," i- "" -, : :" --- -
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Brooker i BAPTIST CHURCH Worship, 11 a. In. Sw lay Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH Y'' i'D'i';Nit- "{ 'T" TfA t'E -

DrugBradford PharmacyKoch's Green's Store I I Rev. D. E. Willis, Pastor Crosby the honor was guest well received attended many, and Evening Service, 7:45 p. m. -- . n .. : ; K... .. .. fIt.iIL6.: ..R. .,,_.\.;'. :_ _.___ ____ __ ..._.
p. m. Prayer Meeting Friday
Sunday School 9:45: ajn. useful gifts.Church One Of 30 Banks Of The Florida
County Tele I .7:45 p. m. Group Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
HighlandGriffis I Morning Worship 11 ajn. Evening services as usual I

graphKeystone Store i Worship. next Sunday. i .
: Wednesday Prayer Meeting Everyone welcome.
Graham i 7 p.m.Everyone. Thought for the week:

Heights Rivers Store I I is invited to attend :, When our spirits ebb low, let's

Belote's I all services. consider our old friend Jonah. PUR I N A C HOW SWorld's
Drug TheressaChild's I He got 'way down in the Pest Control offers you .

Walkers Service Sta. HIGHLAND mouth but he came out all

Candy's Service Sta. Brinson'sLake Store I BAPTIST CHURCH right. most complete line of Poultry,

Sunday School. 9:43: : a. m. CONGREGATIONAL
Kingsley Lake Butler "i 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each HOLINESS CHURCH I If Livestock and Specialty Feeds

I Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. North 301, 2 1-2 miles out f
One TomHnson-Maines I I II We can offer you 120 different formula feeds,ranging from Purina Poultry
Drug Store I PINE LEVEL of town on left of the road. and Livestock Chows to Special Chows for such birds and animals as

BAPTIST CHURCH Young People's Meeting game birds, mink rabbits, farm pond fish, goats, pigeons and dogs.
Friday, 7:30 p. m, Sunday
See It SoonerOn I Sunday School. 10 a.m. .I School. 10 a. Sunday Night 4- S ?+ -, ; Every Purina Chow is backed by nearly seventy years of continuing

Morning Worship 11 am.j I Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone L ; research, feed manufacturing experience and constant quality control No

The Youth Training Hour. 6:30 I cordially invited to attend- 4 ; ey Purina Chow carries the Checkerboard trademark until it has first

Newsstands pjn. Evening Worship 7 pan._t Rev. Carl Edmondson. pastor. '' ,,vs e;- proved its value at the Purina Farms.Then from the time the ingredients

$ come into the mill until they are processed and manufactured into Purina

AMBULANCE SERVICE I I :' -4 .5.-'' Chows careful quality checks are made to assure you of getting consistently .

Bradford County Telegraph PHONE 96..2600I superior feeding results with your poultry or livestock.
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeD ; i.i ..< : ,' .' Remember,you can depend on the Checkerboard for quality' and service.t .

SERVING STARKE AND AREA I Witt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director _, %&t.,... ,_ FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL CO. "

I Starke, Fla. : ".; 539 E. Call St. Phone 9643965.St e Fla. .

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