Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 19, 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: UF00027795:01232
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Jealousy has been described by Bradford County x T.

; Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish as a possible motive"in ati
A@s orb- ah u,O the shotgun slaying Sunday of Linda Carol Hopkins,

17, of Starke. w

William Thomas Gill Jr., 26, of Kingsley Lake, held

; ; x on first degree murder charges in the Bradford Coun-

>a. ti ty Jail with no bond set, still refuses to discuss the

-' slaying of the girl who had apparently spurned his af -

,-r fections. A 1961 graduate of Bradford High School,
4 the victim was the daughter of Jeff and Bernice Duncan -- a
Hopkins! of 315.North St. Clair Street. M -
The gin was Shot twice $

R4n% with a .12 guage pump shotgun -
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away as she stood talking to --
Gill in her front yard about

3:50: Sunday afternoon. She t_
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was pronounced dead on arrival -
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at the
of the Bradford County Hos- q v

pital at 4 o'clock.According s'-- -

to a medical report r I

w made by Dr. Don Chris-

: toffers, the first shot traveled .I
: completely through the vic -

tim's chest, entering the left I

side and coming out the II I

right. The second shot hit her Y. +
:; in the right groin with the

peint of entrance in an up- TOMMY GILL I

f ward direction the report At time of graduation from
said, indicating she had already -
x fallen to the ground Bradford High School j I Tragic story of last Sunday afternoon is told In composite j'

photograph above. Linda Hopkins, 1961 I By Mayor CouncilmanCity's
graduate of Bradford
when it was fired. girl to the hospital where she ,
"With her death being as was pronounced dead on ar-I I High School was slain in driveway of her parents' home at 315

sudden as it was, the chest rival. N. St. Clair: St. Hopkins' car is pictured in carport, while Tom- Bills
Unpaid Utility
p st. wound was undoubtedly the Both the victim and de- my GUI's car (at left) is parked on lawn, where he drove up

i iS i. cause, but the other would in fendant were graduates of as the girl returned home. Shotgun used in slaying is shownin

itself have also been fatal" Bradford High School and Inset in foreground. White circle marks spot where vic Collection Method Is HitThe

the report read. both worked with insurance tim's a glasses lie on ground, near where she fell, and paper

Gill was arrested at 11, companies in Jacksonville. drink cup in seen on ground, where she dropped it betweencars. present system of collecting delinquent and unpaid -

| Conner 'Plugs' Bradford Berries In New YorkOld I o'clock'Sunday-night companied to the BradfordCounty and ac Miss typist Hopkins with Prudential was a clerk-Insurance from utility Mayor accounts Randal Chitty in Starke and came Councilman in for Carl criticism La-

Jail by his father in I Company and Gill tist,
Church with Rev.
Leo the University of Florida for
mar Tuesday night's city council meeting.A .
friends got together In that day to the bustling metro- York was made on behalf' of! a car driven by Sheriff P. D.. was employed by the Occidental Hebert officiating. Burial one semester before going to
a new setting last week when politan market, one of the Florida's agricultural produce Reddish..He had helped Mrs... Life Insurance Comp :was in Crosby Lake Ceme- work in Jacksonville. She was statement read to the board by Johns and pre-

Doyle Conner, Florida's "trav largest in the world. and was tremendously well.received Hopkins cany her daughteJto any.Funeral tery with DeWitt C. Jones born in Jacksonville and pared by him and Chitty said, "The.\; elling salesman" Commissioner The Commissioner was impressed by commission;; merchants -; the hospital but had left t .services for Missen's Funeral' Home of Starke in ''moved here five years ago quent and uncollected utility bills indicates, fallacy

of Agricultural, bumped Into ashipment"of by the fine quality and large buyers; '01 the hospital in the moth t Hopkins were Held Tuesday charge with;;her family from Logan in the present system." Chitty termed the amount of
-Bradford County and freshness Of the berries Florida produce., C6nnerl ,' ttthusiaspi ,I ear and-gone ft his J borne.'on I l 'afternoon in -1he -Pirzt.EaDd ---Miss'! -Hopkins] -had attended 'I [Continued on Page 6J I delinquent. and unpaid bills "sizable11 and said. "the
k strawberries on New York not 30 hours :Out of his fav; and forthrigit-' apfproach Kingsley LaThe .e. time to take some action is here.*

City's* famed: 'Washington I. orite state-Florida, and his is reported td 'have sheriff said Gut *mut Sales None! !Injured n.... _was__ decided .oy_ the council -I
Market. The' luscious, red- hometown -nStarke. made boosters of many, ;f : be held without bond until Berry Tuesday Frost for the Utilities Committee the city's 1987" LaPrance fire

ripe berries had'been' flown in Conner's expedition to_New York'skeptic. > the .grand jury convenes Mas In Bad 'WreckInvolving to meet with City Clerk truck; which was pushed out
14. Merrill Edwards at a future of the station by the new
I Auto Wreck Nets _Totaling $50,000Directors < I ..He gave the following! account Hi t $$250,000t Semi One Of Latest date to investigate the prob- truck recently >purchased>

t i of the killing : lem and make recommendations The Florida Industrial
Occupants of two vehicles
Miss Hopkins was visitin; to the full council out- Commission has ordered the
Give GoAheadTo her mother Mrs. Jeff Ho On Tuesday escaped injury Saturday night Recorded HereOne lining stepsv that are to be city to install .$ safety deviceon
Man when a semi-truck and trailer
I Ohio Charge kins a school teacher, for tb crashed into two taken to correct and eliminate the ladder going up the
i Sale Of Fair Bonds weekend. Her father was li 1 passengercars the situation. Membersof city's water tank. Under theommlssion's
Strawberry sales for the cur on S.R. 100 a mile southof of
frosts on the utilities committee new safety code,
Cha.rl ston.. West.. Virginia", are
rent stood
---------- -- season at a quarter Starke causing estimated
Df) Manslaughter record whitened fields in Mrs. RUby Johns Carl Hurst, penalty for not complying
where, he has been employee 1
Directors of the Bradford called! it' was said. of a million dollars through damages totaling $3,300. Bradford
j County Tuesday
and Carl Lamar Johns. with the recommendation is a
County Fair Association voted Tentative plans for the fair recently.The Tuesday putting berries back According to Highway Patrolman -
morning the
as mercury dip- Ideas put forth by Chitty fine of $500.Mayor .
Monday night to go full 'speed building were discussed: at the girl had planned I a in first place as the biggest. 1,. N. Fowler the truck
to low
Dqy.Lee Knight, 25, has been ped a mark variously and Johns in their statementto Chitty announced
ahead with the issuance and meeting }'foI. charged with manslaughterresulting i reported at from 32 to 38 de-
council Tuesday night the 60 day probational ap
sale of a $50,000 bond issue to E. Reddish of Lawtey was ,'a friend, Mary Schmitt o.f' County. Last season's tobacco Ford just before it began to
from January grees.; were: 1] to disconnect the polntment of a new policeman
1\ finance the county's part of a named chairman of a building Starke. As she and her mother brought in a total of make a properly signaled left
.auto, collision jn which two No official reading was taken -
'I. utility the day the bill becomes Donald May of Lawtey
killed combined office-exhibit-live committee to work with. the: got out of their car, Gil]11 $235,000. turn. Hitting the car in the here since the
were according Frost
persons collect is usual
2 Such
delinquent ] an appointment
J stock;.building at the new fairgrounds architects on final plans.A I drove up and said he want:I This season already far exceeds left rear fender with the right ;
to th 'Bradf rd County Sher Warning Service apparently
present unpaid bills through procedure In hiring new po-
I resolution was, adopted to talk with Miss Hopkins. last year's totals both front fender of the truck turned its business
Department. thought; was over'or
4.1U's small claims court and other icemen..
The'decision to increase the stating that the fair association The mother went into thi e in production and revenue. So I the car broadside in the
,i Knight Is charged under an the year and had taken available
6 affidavit bond:issue from $25,000 to $50-Ii would issue and sell to'its house and after a few minutes far this year, the Starke Market, middle of the highway. legal processes ,
April signed by up its recording station at
and 3] for the Utilities Committee
1 Deputy\ Sheriff A. E. Brown. 000 was made in the hope that members and friends 138 bonds heard ,her daughte:r has handled 70,588 flats at an I The semi which had veered the Bradford County Hospitalfor to review uncollected Head Found

,He lei.als9 .ch rged under a additional matching funds aggregating $50,000 in denominations scream. She ran to the din yrIP average price of $3.53 for a i left in an attempt to avoid this season.In .
I I bills each month and deter-
might be available from the of $50, $100; $250, gross return of $249,192.63.Last .
time to witness the shoot hitting the Ford then smashed -
January warrant for driving: spite of the variety of
at night rwithout head: lights." state, over and above the orig- $500, and $1,000. The bonds ing. Miss Schmitt had drivesup n year's total was 53,402 into the front end of the mercury readings, everyone mine course to be. followed to i Is Part OfHighland

He is presently being held in inal$25.000 application made would be dated June ,1, 1962 rate at that time to pick :] flats, for a return of 168614.. car tearing if off Fowler said. agreed it was too cold for insure other collection.In action:
by the fair board.A. and bear interest at the Linda for the trip to the lak e 35. The truck then still in a
Lisbon, Ohio, his hometown, April 17. and most observerssaw Merrill
J. Thomas Jr., attorneyfor of five per cent per annum, Yield here is on the down,. Instructed Clerk
and also witnessed the shoot, skid of 147 feet, went across
and is' to "be1returned here "a lot of frost" and
the group, said that althoughthe payable annually on the first ing. grade with an estimated JX(i the road and struck a 1961 Edwards to request that the TorsoA
later{ this week. traces of ice on auto wind-
Charley E. Johns Insurance
association was eligible for day of December, starting Dec. per cent of the crop already r Chevrolet parked on the shoul-
He-w s'1.he'driver'of a 1953 Gill had taken the .1 2 shields.
only $25,000 in matching state 1, 1963. The bonds would be harvested. Monday's sale wa:) damage to Agency submit a contract
Chevrolet in which which he der, causing $1,500 Most damage in the
hardtop ,
shotgun o
guage crop containing a retrospective human head found Mon.
local bank:
dead- at either
funds before the June 30 payable ned 1,440 flats at an average o:r
Mrs. Dorothy Newmans, 40, from his He fir that vehicle. county confined to tender -.
was .
line, there is a possibility that The bonds will be secured,bya $4.1711. Tuesday saw volume' Chevrolet owned clause for the council to con- day beside U.s. 301 near Island
killed in a head-on colli- two shots at the girl from a The was beans in the Brooker -
was young sider. Under a contract con- Grove has been identified
some funds might still remainin first mortgage on allfairassociation ;: decline to 1,141 flats, whicl i Melvin Duna-
(Continued d on Page 6] short distance He the n by Rev. section where loss was estimated -
away. taining such a clause premi- as part of a hacked
i the state's appropriation aft- property, includingreal I brought an average price 0;1 who had just left the car up
er that date, if some counties estate and buildings. helped Mrs. Hopkins take th ie $3.80%. and gan into a residence in at from five to ten ums are based on the in- body other parts of which
gone cent. Cucumbers experi- '
Southern "do per sured's "experience rating, were found near Highland
that have applied for funds : ,
MEMORIAL DAY I not exercisetheir option.Thomas P.'. K. Y ngelDViuitional- The frontof,Ford which driven he was by parked.Leslie enced very light damage, and or, in other words, the num- last January.
believes that these left-over pepper seemed to come ber of claims made during the Ernest Taylor, special In.
ObservanceSunday I Wayne Harper a 17-year-old through the cold unharmed. previous year. Under the plana vestigator for the Hamilton
fundswill; then be offered, and
student, was
April 22 that the local fair association BUS Trackmen Win Meet Bradford demoplished School ,according Strawberries, already on the small number of claims County. Ohio prosecutor's of.

At 4:00 P. M. might obtain a larger shareit if to totally the trooper who estimatedthe wane might be helped rather made this year would resultin lice said Tuesday that tests
hurt the cold spell,,
has funds on hand with which by reduced premiums next conducted at the University of
-Crosby Lake Cemetery] I to match the state money. IIthp damages to it at $800. since a too-hot sun is more year, but Increased claims Florida Medical Center provedthe

Under auspices of W. T. ;extra.funds do not, become For' Second Straight YearTornado to Fowler the truck estimated at approximately damages damaging to this crop than would have the opposite effect new find was the head of
Weeks Chapter U. D' C.,, available,-then the bonds issued 1000. Out of West Palm cold. and could cost the city John C. Jackson, 20, of Cincinnatl. -
assisted by Girl Scouts.. in excess! of 25,000 will bE owned by Wade Gaskins, grower of the money. .
Beach the truck is
Heilbronn section, says his Mayor Chitty told the board Jackson's stepfather Joseph
thinclads swept record with a leap of 12' 10" ner. the Bell House Aluminum
CHICKEN DINNER Shine Raid Nets high honors for'' the second to rank himself among thestate's Mile Run-1] tie, Steve Ed- Window Company and was records show an identical cold that he does not think the Cooper 41, has been charged
with frost, the exact .
snap insurance company cares to with first degree mll."S1p.ugh.ter
straight year Saturday in theP. top Class A vaulters. wards and Hal Lawson of driven by Andrew Leon Shel-
r AND FLOOR SHOW [2 Bradford Men K. Yonge Invitational in But the record smashershad Starke, 4:49.6.: ton 43, also of West Palm same date. April 17, in 1943. propose such a clause to the and body mutilation by

(Belles of New Orleans) which seven records fell before one surprise entry in II 880 Relay-21 Starke [Gardner Beach. Shelton was charged County Agent G. T. Huggins city or they would have push-, Hamilton County authorities
I "Two Bradford said his records show that the ed it when they secured the. Taylor said identification
Masonic Temple .County men the onslaught of area Starke's speedster junior Register, Seymour Wal- with failure to have his vehicle
frost in 1961
last came on contract. was made by matching the
were arrested Monday and trackmen. Freeman Register who set the ters].
under control and placed under -
Saturday, April 28 placed under $2,000 bond each Starke had 101 points fol- new standard in the 440 dash Shot put 'dl Tom Gardner a $75 bond, Fowler said. April 6, and the last in 1960 Fire Chief R. C. [Red] Bu, head's dental characteristicswith

6to8P.M. for possession of ,a moonshinestill lowed by Florida High of at 51.8 seconds shaving .4 of 48'S", 3)) BUt Phfflips. According to Fowler the: on April 11. ford told the council that a dental x-rays taken be*

Music by Morocco by county and state.bev- Tallahassee with 5SI%. Palatka a second off the old mark. 180-Yard Low Hurdles-2 semi-truck was not _travelingso new Civil Defense-fire siren fore Jackson's death., After

t Temple Shrine Band erage authorities. 42, Macclenny 18., Lake Marcus' Rhoden, Macclen- Hallie Seymour. close behind the Ford thatit County Gets will cost the city $1.400 plus. identifying the head. Taylor

Deputy Sheriff Russell Red Weir 14, and Chiefland 13. nys workhorse also set two Discus-1] Tom Gardner could not have stopped had New FHP Trooper installation costs. If a sirenmeeting I began making arrangements
J' $2 Per Plate ding said that Curtis O. Jones P,/:K. Yonge had 9% points. records in the 220 yard and 12T %", 5] Bill Phfflips. the driver noticed the slowing CD specifications is,I to ship it to Cincinnati, where

ii Sponsored by Eastern and Merrill Griffis were"ar- Branford 6, Lake Butler 6. the 100 yard dash events. His 880-Yard Run-1 Mike automobile in time. Robert I> bugger who recently purchased however that organization other parts of the body wen

Star and Starke Shrine- rested at their still ,site: two Dude County 3, and Green mark of 9.9 seconds in the Darby 2:05: _33 Larry Noe- "From the way he acted it, completed his training will pay one half taken earlier
miles southeast of Starke and of 80 the cost of The arms and legs wen
Cove Springs 2'Tornado new century standard and geL to that he [Shelton per cent of
appeared me
Club about mile east of with the Florida Highway Pa- the siren installation. At; found near Highland on Jan
a Quarter ; ace, Hallie sey- his 22.6 performance in the Sprint Medley-2 Starke. the driver] had been driv- phis
100A [the .Griffis trol, has been assigned to Chairman J. D. 29, and the torso was discov
Secondary mour, set two records. He 220 Is also a record. Florida 22O-Yard'Dash-:!] Freeman ing too long and was not Doyle's suggestion
Loop]. The still containing jumped but three times insetting High also broke the sprint Register. alert" the trooper stated. Bradford County and started the council decidedto I ered near Sylvester Ga. the

This Space Contributed one 600 gallon capacity pot : a new high Jump medley record fay turning a Mile ReIay-2 Starke. his duties here this week. He have Buford and Mrs., next day.

Weekly to Publicize with 500 gallons of mash and standard at 6' 3-4" from an time of 2:03.1.Last : Pole Vault-2. Lynwood BANS HOLIDAYThe will assist Trooper L. N. Fowler Gladys Scholl county CD director An Air Force sergeant accidentally

Community Events t one dry pot,the same size; was cven. 6 feet. He also smashed year the Tornadoeswon Walters. 3] Wffllam 62cox. Community State Bank see if the county will, found the head
( by
\ destroyed he said. the high hurdle mark of 15.9 10 of 14 events to, net Broad Jump-2 Hallie Seymour of Starke and the Florida and Sgt. Carlos Musgrovein pay a portion of the cost of when he stopped his car to

The Community Both the men arrested live seconds with a 15.2 perfor them & total of 118 points. 4] Lynwood< Walters. Bank at Starke win not be road patrol work in the the siren and installation.The at walk the his Island dog along U.s. 301
on the Griffis Loop, the deputy mance. Results of the Keystone ,open for business on Thursday county. Mr& Committee was overpasslast
State Bank stated, and Monday were being It came as no surprise either Other Starke places were: Conference meet held Wednesday April 28, Confederate Patrolman Dugger his wife instructed to investigate the Sunday.
held in the Bradford County when Starke's Irwin. Martin : 100-Yard Dash-Si Freeman afternoon were not Memorial Day. a legal holiday and two young daughters are cost of erecting a shed back Only''' the fingers aw still

jaiL smashed the .pole -vault Register, il Tom Oard1 available at press .tims. _, in Florida, residing In Saratoga Heights! of the fire station to house [Continued ca Page 6]


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.... Mr. and Mrs.. J. W. Jordan Mr. and,Mrs. A. B. Walker, "Methodist Children j Miss DennisIs Local Groups I p.m The Governor's message and an estimated $85 million

and family, Mrs. W. T. Jordan, and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Walker : will be received ht-r aunng in new payrolls." .Tirrard said.

and Milton Jordan of Shreve- and son, David, of Savannah Enjoy Series Of Honor, Guest To Observe the banauet "Our industrial concerns, together

,: e port, La. are spending this Ga. welle Tuesday visi- Easter Parties At Two Parties industry WeekThe Another highlight of the with tourism and agri-

week with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. tors of Mr.. and Mrs. Ewell- Floridaone
observance will be the presentation are
Holton and Mr.: and MrsESton Lawson. The Methodist Sunday schoolchildren's Miss Cnarlene..Dennis whose Starke-Bradford County of a certificate of appreciation of the best balanced econ-
Jordan. Rev,.and Mrs. Gk% Cutshaw. division will hold annual marriage to Willis Chesser was I i
m- GLADYS MOOT ='PHOJTO 964-0631 Chamber of Commerce will to some person connected omies to be found anywhere,
Mrs. Carl Lamar Johns I of _Greenville,:/Tew.; formerlyof Easter parties this week., event of Sunday afternoon, '
-- .- -.. alt ] join the Florida Development : with local industry who Jarrard continued. "We think
r I spent the weekend with Mrs.Charles J ..Starkewere guests of The?nursery and cradle-roll was honored ,at two lovely par- Commission in observance of I has made a worthwhile it is very fitting, therefore,
Mr. :and Mrs. W. W. Ward H. W. and firs. J. T. QuiglEY; one day held Easter
Moyer and departments
grandson : ties recently. !
: R. Durkee at Isle of I Industry Appreciation Week tribution to the community. i that we let Florida industrialists -
; of
,:. Albany, Ga. i&ere.. weekend Glen Moyer, of Jacksonville, Palms S. C. Mrs- Johns was l last week. egg hunt:! and party Wednesday On Monday evening, April 2, April 29 through May 5. I and their employees know
*guests of Mr.., and Mrs. W. F. were visiting Mr and Mrs. accompanied home by Mrs. Mrs. Stanley Poole and chil- morning at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Shirley Grayson and Miss Invitations to about 35 lead
Glenn. Tallahassee, Mr. and] :A highlight of the observance ers connected with industries'in that everyone appreciates the
F. W. Strickland and family Durkee and daughter, Shelia dren of Olin White Jr. Teachers in Hene Strickland gave Miss Den-
wt' Mrs. last Mrs. W. B. Huggins of Gainesville i charge the affair Miss will be a dinner at 7 p.m. Starke or its trade area great contribution they are
Henry Moots, and Mrs. Saturday on the occasionof who will spend two weeks with of were nis a delightful bridal showerat
:.-"HRIfClanC tat W.est-Lib- Stuart Strickland's sixth her parents. Mr. and'Mrs. Carl and Mr. and Mrs. Earl' Kate Strut, ,Mrs White, Mrs- the home of Mrs. Grysanin Thursday, April 26, in the | have been issued by the Cham- making to the advancement
Garden Restaurant, at which;,
Herty, Ohio'were Jeffords of High Springs were Ramona Hamilton Mrs. 'Eugene ber of Commerce .' "
birthday ,
Thursday to .anniversary. Johns, while RD/2 Durkee Is Keystone Heights. : of the state.
Monday guests of Mrs. Nelson Bryon Terwillegar, a studentat on. a month's cruise in.the I Sunday guests of :Mr. and Mrs' Williams, Mrs. L. D. Whit- Lovely arrangements o f industrial leaders in Starke |' Wendell Jarrard, chairman-'

Green and::family ;tad Mrs. Bolles School in Jack.sonville Caribbean.Mrs. George Huggins-. tle, and Mrs. Jack Eaves. Spring flowers were used to and trade area will be guests'of 'r director of the Florida De- NOTICE The Telegraph is,
Vernon '.CoLand Mrs. H. .C. Wall and the.Chamber. ,,, Commission, points :
Smucker. Mrs. Green was elected treasurer of ,L.. A. Weekley Sr. of ; advantage in decorating points '', velopment on sale at Chiappim'sGulf !
entertained at. family' dinner the::seventh grade class. Ocala, and son, Milton Week. children 'iof St. Augustine Are ,. The kindergarten} department, of. interest in the party rooms, .Governor Farris Bryant will out that during the past year now Station in Melrose for

party on Sunday for her Mr. and Mrs. W.-B. Boyd ly of Daytona Beach, were' visiting Mrs. :J, E. Wilson and .will hold its, Easter egg hunt t: with an arrangement of thee address morethan 100 community Florida has obtained some 700 the convenience of readers in

guests, family, and Mrs. and sons of St. Petersburg, Sunday guests of Mr. and; Mrs.E. friends here Thursdays and party, at the home of same blossoms centering !t.E groups, including the new industrial plants and ma- the Melrose-Grandin area.

? Sraucfcer. and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Daw- W. Haves. ,'Misa Frances Landrum of teacher, Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr.,, refreshment table. Pined anc I lone here, over closed circuit jor expansions. "These have

4Linda Grtggs was hostess at I kins and daughters of Jack- I Mr. and,Mrs. George Flynn, Florida-Southern, .University is: on Friday afternoon at 3:3C) cake were served. Two brides.\ television nom 8:15: to 8:30 Created about 25,000 new jobs ,

.*- a'slumberparty; : Friday night sonville spent the weekend Jr. and. family werein Tampa home for the Easter.holiday: t o'clock. Assistant, teachers are maid doll cakes: on the refreshment ;

'". and Saturday' 'at her home on with their parents. Mr. and over the weekend visiting Mr. from Thursday Sunday. Misses Betty Lou Wainwrightand table were the focal points.I

.... KinpF1' Lake. Enjoying the' Mrs. W. H. Nollman in cele- and Mrs. R. S. McAteer. ).11' and Mrs : George -Mcr; :Mary .Agnes Matthews. Twenty-five friends of the i! .. .- -> --, ,.." ..' ."--,
Daniel of. Tallahassee, were '. .. '
party, were, Betsy. Matthews, bration of Mr. Nollman's Mr. and Mrs. John Deas ; honoree this delightful c
overnight guests Tuesday of Mr. Tne department, un- affair.
Gerry, .Beth : and ,Mrs.,.Bell Roand. J 'der Mrs.: George Huggins, will ,
Loudon,. Jane Hardy, and Mrs. H. A. Lawson and Mrs. will spend Easter Sunday with I
Jackie Hines C.: H. .Register are visiting her ,parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. .Mrt..and... Mrs. R., :JL. Green have an Easter party' at the The former Miss Dennis was! !!

lri's.pw., Strickland anddaughter relatives in Lakeland this W and.-family .of. Tavares will home- of -Mrs. Jack Hines' Sat- also honored at a delightf-il
week. ;.Hayes; spend then .week 4i with. her, urday afternoon from two to luncheon on Thursday, Apr i
Gloria and Cindy, Mrs. Thelma Steele of :
parents,, :Mr. and Mrs. R. R. four o'clock. Assistant teachers 12, given by the girls in her office -
(II were visiting friends in Mac-t Mr. and Mrs. John Torode Gainesville was visiting Mrs.
I Hunching : are. Mrs. Titus Olson, Miss of the Clay Electric Co-op,
clenny on: Sunday and. Mr and Mrs. Jerome .I. .B.' Sapp and Mrs. W. B. ,bar.. and:),[r8.-! SS :$rew.somewill !Rhoda. Hines, Mrs. Hines, Mrs.Nelson held at the Park-of-the-Palms.

-l... ,Mrs. lyde:Tenrillegar: 8:., Johns are attending' the state Mundy on Sunday. have.thqir family.home. for Green, and Mrs. J. R. An attractive arrangementof
convention of the,Florida Pe- Mr. and Mrs. William Eck- ,
and Mrs, Mary Nolan of St : thf>. ,weekend,, Mr:. .an4 fIt Hixon. Spring flowers centered the
'" troleum Marketers Associationat ert of Bayside,.N. Y. are visiting -
Morris Williams.,and family ;oi luncheon table. Place cards
Petersburg;; were Monday at the Roosevelt Hotel in Jacksonville : Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leon- ; !
and Pfc John
FolkstonGay j The junior department met marked the seating arrange-

..... 'Tuesday guests,, ot Mr. and from Wednesday to hard for ten days., Mack Newsome of Fort Ben'[in their sunday.- lool room ment of the 20 guests. I I

(..,'Mrs. Ttrwlllegar.Jr.t. ......__..., __'. Friday.. Mn, and Mrs. Lester Crews ning, Ga. ,".Wednesday ,afternoon ;after The girls gave the hOI1o.lrl2f' '
> J!i1 "
and daughter, Carolyn, spent
_<1:'. -- \ Bill- North W So ..entered the 1 I school fo; ',an,, Easter ..party.The a copy of the "Better Homes &
I the weekend in Venus
Ts armed, forces .on April 10t. .is ?group .also made Easter Gardens" cook book as a me 1
_s4 f- Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Crews.: stationed .At Lackland 1 A ss
a fit. r favors forthe patients' traysat mento of the occasion. LAST
I A. G, Loudon Sr.. of Key- San, Antonio, Texas for basic! the. hospitals tobe used on .. i I

stone Heights is confined in ,training: .., ; ,,' I Easter". morning.. Teachers for F '

I : I' Bradford County Hospital following Mr. and, )frs, Garl Mathews- '", the junior,department are Mrs.R. Woods Fire
a. heart attack Tuesday with Mr. and : ,
spent S. Mullins, Mrsr" E. L. Mat-
: morning. Mrs. Lowell Mathews at Neptune -thews, Mrs. Luis de Arce, and Burns 408 Acres CALL

S/Sgt. and Mrs. Ewell Law-, Beach.on Mrs, Gar. Mat-' :Mrs. W. B. Thompson Jr.

\' .' son Jr. and family arrived hews' birthday, anniversary.! Near Lawtey x

RESTAURANTSunday Sunday, after three, years at Mr and. Mrs., M. L. Lawson. f.. ,-' ..

ti t I the Sembach AFB in Germa- and family were in_ Auburndale' Mrs. L. M. Games Tp A costly forest fire burning| 4W FOR

: : Special l l $1.35 I ny. After a two weeks visit Sunday visiting Mr. and ,Mrs.. Is Honoree 408 acres of woodsland, raged|
- -
with the senior Lawsons they David Lawson and_relatives.. 'r in an area about two miles|

COMPLETE DINNER I will be stationed in!Orlando.. _Mrs A. E. McKinneyspent; At Stork ShowerMrs. south of Lawtey for eight hours), 'L.1 1'

I Mrs. Ernest Boland and the past- ten days- with Air. and last Sunday afternoon. Start-j

Choice of :Meat; 2 Vegetables I children of Athens Ga. will Mrs. L H ,Hazen fa Titusville.: L. M Gaines was hon- ing about 1 p. m., the fire wasl

,. Drink and Dessert spend from Thursday to Monday and other relatives in South ored at a love; stork show not brought under control untT I LOVELY AND COLORFUL
i and Florida. last Friday evening from 7:30
with her parents, Mr. 8, m. i
p. i
Southern Fried Chicken i Mrs. H. L. Speer. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Quigley, to. ten o'clock. at. the Elks Club. The flames were very diffi-i Easter Millinery

Calf's Liver, Bacon Strips I Misses Judy Lesawyer, Kathleen who have,been house guests of Hostesses for the affair: were cult to control due to the upper -I) -

If Fried Red Snapper Steak i Conway, and Linda Kouba, their brother and sisterinlaw Mrs. Julian McRae, Mrs, Bill wind velocity being much t I .

Baked Chicken & of U, of F. will spend the Mr- and Mrs.. J. T. Quig- Tilley, Mrs. Wayne Mundorff, iiigher! than surface winds. Spot 1.99 and 3.99
Mrs. T. E. Lewis, Mrs Robert ,
t weekend at Daytona Beach. ley, left Saturday for: their fires were started ahead of
Salads: Tossed Green Salad or I I host' to home in Scituate, Mass. :McRaet Mrs John! Crockrell, the main !fire from a quarterto Our selection was never lovelier! They're all!!
Cottage Cheese! Apple Ring Jerome Johns was Mrs. D. T. Allen of Stare. and :Mrs.. George ,Ro erts. new and distinctive the trims are exciting *
1 the executive board of the a half a mile romantic flowers, ribbons and
Vegetables.. :. Whipped' Potatoes, Green Lima I I underwent surgery last Fridayin The lace covered refreshment Three Florida; Forest Service veiling.

Beans, Buttered Corn,Pickled Beets i Corn-merce last weekend at Providence Hospital, Mo table held a lovely: arrange tractor/units, two Camp. Bland- I
bile Ala. E. O. Elder and I ment of pink and blue mums
Desserts. : JeUo.lVhlpPed Cr9.am.or Orange Sherbert I Crystal Lake home with approximately in ing units, and one Rayonier unit .
bowl. Silver
a silver
"" Marlon Elder Thursday: trays ,
2Q members at- 'were, used bringing) the fire
and compotes held cake
1,1' CHEFS SPECIAL tending. Mr. Johns was_ assisted Monday with their mother dainty !under .control.

1 roilad.Sirloin. Strip Steak ._''' ___- ,$1,59 by Bob_Williams. Mem- MrS., Allen, at the' hospital. squares contests were nuts played and mints.during Three thg It is believed that the fire ,
: ---
-'' ;--- Mr. and Mrs. George M,
Baked Idaho bers of the Starke: .e Jaycees attended was-set-willfully. Several_others:;
Potat qiJ Foil Toss evening and prizes were awarded -
r ., 4.qreen Salad. .Bowl. : the meeting. on Sunday Baldwin of Jacksonville were to'the winners have: been set in this area this rp'T

,y.f'n" C>. 1 l" fH i '" H"or : Tuesday evening dinner guestsof : year. .
'\ -- -'-- .. ; t" y Mrs. Sadie Elder, .*". Thei; essesprsgstte- ", "' an, '
"'h. .y .. Mrs. H. L. Brownlee has honoree with "Napper" s.hf1w; In addition to this i fire; there ss (
df o l returned from a week's visit and bottle. holder filled wit'were seven others in the counts, \ '

MQJ! ((Ji fzl Your Home VfHh The J p c with her sister Mrs T. N.' pink and blue .mums. during:the jastweek .with a El .JoIt"'. c.-;;:;:;:; .4 stt1r > lpTcnExcmUG I

... .. .' Limbaugh in Lakeland. Twenty; guests: enjoyed this total of 422 acres burned,
t Mrs. Harry.Stalling and sons delightful affair.Services 1 Since Jan'1 there have beer

ins ( it-n Quality( Luke, spent the weekend with 111 fires 'with. 911. acres burned, NEWHANDBAGS c

", ..', ,. '" Miss Martha Dayton in Largo, I as compared: with 55 fires anq j
:-Mc.-and Mis, Cary-Nazwortl} Monday 294 acres burned during the

Slade Gas i -, I t\ of their; .Jacksonville parents" here were on Sunday visiting) For MIS. PerkingFormer : same, 'S 'ii period,''' ,J .JI last..year.. rJ 4 ..... \s ,

,. : 'f Mr,)),n<\ !Mrs.,.Charles Harpej c

STARKE : of Jacksonville Sunday -.. 199 199A
'- ;r. .were Teacher and
-- ThisOF r visitors of Mr. and. Mrs. '

Offer* I'E.:-D, 'Tenly. colorful fashion! perfect Rica
Mrs. Ola Mae McDonald 'FJor ida
Mrs. P. E. Stone, and, Miss ,j tion for raster through summer
,iu kins, 73: of Starke, a retired '', leather
Mime Anderson ,o Archer
\ school .ttt.L1''h': '
and principal
Fantastic- l spent the weekend.with their died ,Sunday in Bradford, 'M adTheatre likes Girls Easter Frocks
E : I sister. Mrs. E',M.. i avis., Mrs -
F Y County Hospital after an extended -
Davis had Suiidap '
.... j also as illness. She'was the
.z guests M r S. Bruce ,L. Davis, Sfsesw
'W( widow late
Per- .
of the Bynum 199 2.99
of., Arcadia and Mrs, T. H. + .H % tor.
,., t Jacpway of' Gainesville. :kins.Born
in ,Austin, Ga., Mrs. '''
Ur. and Mrs._. Hugh Sampson -
: of. Seffner werg: visiting Perkins. had taught in that n 35-:: :. 1.99to3.99 r ,

a f ..fit Mr, and, Mrs.. V., 6. Bridges state and( .. Alabama i before FILL, .,..SAT., SUN. & :MON.,
coming Bradford. .. ,County.in J '
.. from Friday to Tuesday. 1.99 5.99
i 1916, where APRIL 20 21 22, & 23 to
4 ; she taught in various 7 to 14Many
f Mr. and;; Mrs. Maxie Carter
schools for 42 She
: years.
..... ) i Jr. .and,family were in Of- was, principal of HamptonElementary' DOUBLE FEATURE adorable styles in smart solid colors,
.... :. lando over the weekend visiting I prints and color combinations.
School from 1947until
.. her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. .
., Spencer.: .her retirement in 1058, A Musical Holiday

'" # '._ ic; and-Mrsr J. >t!. Dover ol Mrs. Perkins was a member Fun for Everyone! Shirts
of the First Boys' Sport
.Fort Lauderdale ..are visiting Methodist Churchof r-.

Mr.. and_Mrs. F. F. Flume- this Stark'e, wherf'sb' also Walt ,
k, week while ex route, to their: taught a Sunday School Class.

w BUILT-IN. MATCHED. KITCHEN I INCLUDES: I home in Hibbing;'Mina Funeral services were heldat .I' .r BisneijAND .

!" ,3:30: pjn. Monday in the
I tr1C11f911fitTSr
Methodist Church with Rev. 199

.. ,4 .OVEN . a,Jaycees PlanT John R. Brabham officiating. ... .: ',..,...r.;;.. :; ". II q '
; Elect OfficersThe Burial was in Dyal Cemetery.: rJ. -, >: Mans Wash 'N Wear ,
Automatic Timer Oven
Windoyr :-. t
'"The Most Even Cooking Oven In The World- !." Starke Jaycees, will Survivors include a nephew, I' D Wash 'n ginghams
T. L.
Birmingham ShirtsFinest -
I elect officers for the new Sport
'I :
Ala .. fancy broadcloths -,
"axsiJL.q ---
year at a meeting to be held 'iL -
9 er! r Ge
Active: pallbearers former with embroidered
Tuesday night
April 24, at
t o'clock Q in the Garden students of Mrs.. Perkins, were 9 trim. Regular
With The Exclusive Center Sinimer :Burners- 7:30: W. H. 19
Restaurant All members are Grahams A. J. Thomas end ivy "pul-over"
Keeps Your Food Hot Without, Cooking. .f l'asked to attend and take Jr., .H.. Av Bishop Jr.. S.,L.
., .. ; Solid colors,
,! part in the election. Peek Jr., Dr. T\ G. Ritch_ and THE quality fabrics In natty styles. ,
HOOD Merrill Edwards. plaids, Ivy stripes, fancy patterns plaids. stripes and
and solid colors look
A. r 4 I Seals DeWltt C. Jones Funeral want in a sportshirt. Sins fancy patterns. Sizes I .
: Eastejt y w
This.Hood Gives' You Built-in Lighting And _. .. Home. ..\>... wa.. $,.in. .charge. of ar- MAGNIFICENTSEVEN SMlXL. itRIL -
r' aM A Blower Which Removes All Kitchen Odors! Are In Mail rangements.. t
: .. -
-- l
K. Mrs. Ruby Johns, chairman

*, DOUBLE-BOWL. -. .. SINK. 'I tot: the Easter Seal drive ta v: lg,$I.eL-e. .'
;:. The Most In Kitchen Efficiency! t Bradford County announce Baptists'Set Added, Children's&N32.99 Shoes
.. : that seals .have, been mailed 'j" ''* .

I t out in the area. and ,urges Bible Conference Cartoon I

;;. ? TWs Money-Saving Offer $fl that: All persons .receiving; : "In-qUisii Visit" ;
r seals.make.their conbibutjoos. A Bible Conference will beheld / ,
,. .
f immediately.. to tilt Society.' at the Kingsley 1 Lake 399
I"ACli of Six Colors I VFiLY TVESL WEUX &
ce for .crippled Children.. !Baptist Chnreh1 Friday and THURS.!

;. The- money received from,[L Saturday nights: April 2(:21. APRIL 24, 25 &, 26 : fj-

y LU.I I seal sales ,is -used to develop I starting at 730: o'o'clock. I ItIo

r a daily program throughout I' Friday night speakers will .._u: .to#. I -
'the- suouaeF- for individuals 1 I be Revs, Leo Heljer of the f J lq .1LLI u.iHE .

a withspeech. and-or hearing,._First_Baptist Church" Staike; I dm8PB G1 I IOFfdRS in

.AT; : disorders; to assist inthe and Rev: Ed BaHew, pastor, ; -

Slade Gas t building 'fund of, Camp Chal- of Wa t-OJ-The-Cross Baptist SlONE"4 i _

'a. or" &'A&( lenge Jorttrjfiv,physically han- i.Chun:;: Jacksonville' WARREN BBATIYttwt' : J. STYLES- FOR G2RIS. AII-D BOYS
i ? ,'. : klpped.; edui'at 4nai cbolarships -IL| auui-dajT. ni'ht.r. speakers We've got a flock of new styles eoastrv .. !L I from WAMfTff EK&j
** for teachers of handicapped w4ll'b. Rev. Charles Phipps. .. r ..'" to give growing feet greater comfort longer
I < j I. of-the. Raiford state wear '. cjid budged priced,. tool tompllta. I
Your Home r children nd'to]j I SPJpftf'= size 1
o pplianceQualify": i I fift. : WW* Plus. Cartoon. fGng.

.. -, ,... .. ..., ...f ..,"., Jot" q { H'" i.,.. '. help::jcrippled: ehiidren L to ai- ]i i $Allh' pastor;of the Middle 'ant :: ;#. ..__ ''''' '-..-' -' I ,

.. tend.Camp Jhallenge. burg Baptist Church/ 'r iri r' ... .
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Reception Given | Miss Mary,Dugger 1 Miss Lavender Bridesmaids I

By PresbyteriansFor Is EngagedTo Weds Fred J. Dyer Breakfast For I WHAT, WHEN
Pastor And Wife James E. ThomasMr. Sunday AfternoonMiss Miss WhiteheadMiss

,I Rev. and Mrs. Walton + i and Mrs. Lawrence E. lona Pearl Lavenderand : Sandra Whitehead, Thursday, Apr. 19
GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-0651 Grady were honored at a delightful Dugger of the State Farm Fred Joe Dyer were whose marriage to Jimmy Reddish BPW meeting 8 p.m., homeof

,reception at the Pres- ', I announce the engagement and united in marriage Sunday will be an event of Friday Mrs. G. W. Brown.

Beta Sigma Phi byterian manse Sunday after-' approaching marriage of their afternoon at three o'clock at k evening, was honored at a de-i: Monday, Apr. 23

noon, given by the Women of ; daughter Gwendolyn- Jean, the home of the bride's par- lightful bridesmaid's breakfast I Starke Garden Club, 7-30:

Sets Pledge Ritual the Church. V$.: x,# ,, to James Elias Thomas, son of ents. Rev. Fred S. Dodd per- last Saturday morning at nine!p. m., St Marks Parish House.

Standing in the receivingline Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomasof formed the double ring cere- o'clock at the Garden Restau-I Saturday, Apr. 28

For Monday NightBeta the first hour were W. T. Hampton.The mony. x rant. Hostesses were Mrs. Drew I Chicken dinner, floor show

Jackson, Mrs. Bill Costello, 4wyW wedding will be solem- The bride is the daughterof Reddish, Mrs. Dolph Reddish, 6-8 p.m. sponsored by Shrines
Sigma Phi sorority will I! Rev. and Mrs! Grady Mrs.J. nized Saturday .afternoon Mr. and Mrs. James F & 4 Mrs. Vernon Reddish of Starke, and OES. Starke Elem. Cafe-

hold its pledge ritual at the R. Kite, and Mr. and Mrs.T. May 19. at 4:30 o'clock at Lavender of Long Bridge and and Mrs. William E. Lyons of torium. Public invited

home of :Mrs. W. A. Stern, 13391"I L. Van Iderstine of Lake the home of the bride. All the bridegroom is the son of Jacksonville. I Apr. 26, 27, 28

S. Walnut St., at 7 p. m. Monday -!, City, parents of Mrs. Grady.In friends and relatives of the Mr. and Mrs. Luther T. Dyerof Centering the breakfast table i Flower Show, State Prison,

April 23. 1 k the receiving line the sec- t! couple are invited to attend. Lake Butler. in the Pecan Room was an ar-,held at Community Club house
The pledge dinner will be held' t.n ond hour were Mrs. Andrews 4 ,.
j JRft Guy -| The bride-elect is a gradu- Given in marriage by her tistic arrangement of sweet I
at 301 Restaurant after the w Mrs. T. A. Yawn, Rev. i I Recent BirthMr.
ate of Bradford High School, father the bride chose a street peas, Bells of Ireland, and

ritual. 4. and Mrs. Grady Fritz Kramer, VarnesLoftenPlans i, class 1959 and is a senior in length gown of white chiffon snapdragons in pastel shades.I and Mrs. Lex Green Jr.
All members are asked to and Mr. and Mrs. Van Ider- t
St. Luke's School of Around the low crystal container -
| Hospital
I over taffeta with a jacket of announce the birth of a daughter -
call Mrs. Olin White Jr. or! stine. Mrs. Grady Told For !
was pre- j Nursing in Jacksonville. Chantilly lace over taffeta. I was a garland of fern. I,| Melanie Myrtle Lucile on
:Mrs. Richard Rodermond for! M sented with a beautiful yellow July WeddingMrs. !- The bridegroom-elect is alsoa The sleeves were elbow length. The bride-elect presented her April 13 in Doctor's Hospital.
reservations no later than Saturday carnation corsage from her 1 with I
.J; attendants a personal gift
' I graduate of Bradford High Her circular veil of nylon net Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
April 21. I hostesses.An I Ruby Gaynoe of Ocala! School and is employed byj I was secured to a band of seed and the hostesses presented'the 'Tyler Jones and Mr, and Mrs
attractive pink and white!i i formerly of Heilbronn Springs! St. Regis Paper Co. in Jack-' honoree with a wedding invitation ;Lex Green Sr.
Mrs. Wynn Hostess color motif was carried out in,j and W. Pitt Varnes of Orlan- sonville. frame''
pearls and sequins. She carried gold w picture
the decorations. The mantel Recent Birth I ,
do announce the engagement II a bouquet of white mums which can also be used as CARD OF THANKSI
To Darby CircleIda y in the living room was graced j of their daughter Glenda I ai!i
with a fan-shaped arrange I Luncheon HonoringMiss Bradford County Hospital announces centered with white orchids.A small tray. | wish to express my heart-
Varnes. to Lof ten, '
Darby Circle of the First Miss Powell To Wed ment of pink and white flowers son of Mr. and Mrs. AlfredA. Matthews At the following births: reception was held after The eleven guests included) felt thanks and deep gratitudeto

Baptist WMU; met Tuesday j flanked by two low silver Loften of Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Sapp, the ceremony. Mrs. P. D. Reddish, mother of all of my friends and

the home of Mrs. L. A. Wynnon W. H. Johns In candle holders with white ta- Miss Varnes is the grand- Gainesville ClubThe Starke, a daughter, April 18. After the wedding trip to the bridegroom-elect, and Mrs.' neighbors for their expressionsof
Hampton Lake. Mrs. W. F. Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. Hilde-I the sympathy and understanding -
pers. Smoky Mountains. Mr.
Episcopal ChurchMr. daughter of Mr. and :Mrs. J.
Glenn opened the meeting with The lace covered tea table M. Rosier of Heilbronn Gainesville Golf and bran. Starke, a son, Danny Edward -! and Mrs. Dyer will reside in J. B. Whitehead mother. of the i i at the loss of my husbandPhillip

prayer and stressed the readingof and Mrs. William C. was centered with a low silver Springs. She graduated from Country Club was the settingfor April 17. i j i I Lake Butler. I bride-elect. I! Vicari. Mrs. Mary
I Fla.
mission books. The program bowl a beautiful luncheon last
holding pink and white
Powell announce the engagement Anthony High School in 1958 --- -
topic was presented by Mrs. flowers and balanced by silver 1 Saturday honoring Miss Mary
and and attended Central Florida
J. A. Griffin, assisted by Mrs.J. mar- candle holders with burning Agnes Matthews, bride-elect,
of their Junior College for two
daughter years.
H. DuPre, Mrs. L. G. Powell, white tapers. A silver serviceat given by Mrs. A. Z. Adkins of Egg Citing ,
Harriet, to W. H. Johns son She will graduate from the
and Mrs. Wynn.Refreshments. Starke and Mrs. Fred Guy of
one end of the table held
of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Johns i University of Florida uvrfune j 1
were served by I of Starke. I coffee and tea and a silver with a bachelor of arts degree -' Gainesville. !
The T-shaped luncheon ta.-. A
the hostess. I punch bowl was at the other
in elementary education.Mr. .
Miss Powell 1 is a graduate of
ble was a picture of beauty :
end of the table. Silver trays ,
Loften graduated from
Bradford County High School I !
and compotes held decorated, with a tall, sophisticated cen- :
Ocala High School and served
and attended Florida Southern cake squares, nuts and mints.I I terpiece of white chrysanthemums -\ INC. Dr y'
four in the Air
College in Lakeland and Mas- years U.S.
Mrs. Tom Casey and her committee : stock and snapdrag-j 'The Store'
Force. He is now employed Friendly '
Business in Jack-
fA.U! sey College ons. Down the length of the ,
in of
were charge re- I
I with Sperry Electronics in '
sonville. At present she is em- I freshments. i table was a graceful garland I
ployed by Gulf Life InsuranceCo. i i of greenery interspersed with .
Presiding at the coffee and '
Plans for the July wedding \ -
in Jacksonville.Mr. -
j tea service and punch bowl at I II l white stock and snapdragons.
1 will be announced at' a later
FRI.-SAT. APRIL 20-21 Johns also a graduateof I intervals were Mrs. F. F. date. II Marking the seating arrange-

DOUBLE FEATURE Bradford County H i g h, Stump Mrs. W. A. Stern, Mrs. ment for the 15 guests were Exciting Easter

JERRY LEWIS as School, is employed by the Louise Harden, Mrs. Billy Mrs. Hall't dainty place cards carryingout .
DuPont Company, but on May Dowling, Mrs. Herbert Green, Edward A. the bridal motif. At the

"The Errand Boy" 2 will leave for! Fort Jackson,I Mrs. David Montgomery Mrs. Elected PresidentOf honoree's place was a beautiful -

S. C. where he will undergo I! W. T. Jackson and Mrs. Bob white carnation corsage

-AND"OneEyed- basic training in the U. 6., Paterson. Woman's Club I II and a dinner plate from her

Army. I Approximately 100 guests I I chdsen china pattern as a gift
1 Annual reports of the officers i DRESSES b'Easter
Jacks"Plus The marriage will take i called between the appointed, !: from her' hostesses.

I place Saturday April 21, at J hours three to five o'clock I and committee chairman; Among those attending this

Cartoon I 2 p.m. in St. Mark's Episcopal i I to welcome the Gradys to the i were given at the Starke;j delightful affair were the hon- .

Open Fri. 3:45-Sat. 12:45SUN.MON.TUES. j Church with Rev. R. E. Mac-j community. I Woman's Club meeting Wed- oree's mother, Mrs. E. L. Matthews -
i and her grandmother.Mrs. .
Blain officiating. All friends
I nesday afternoon of last weekat
i and relatives of the coupleare Wild Flowers To Be the club house. W. E. Middleton. Fashions that Go a "jL' 't
Garden Club Topic Mrs. D. L. Thomas, "
APRIL 22-23-24 A reception will follow in Mr. and Mrs. SmithAnniversary Long way through Spring .
presided at the meeting
the parish house. "Florida Wild Flowers" will Observe fi
DOUBLE FEATURE where outstanding reports and you'll when
be the topic presented by Miss agree you ,
The UnderwaterCity Easter Egg Hunts Dorothy Ross program chairman I were given by Mrs. Pete Felos At Santa Fe Lake
at the Starke Garden treasurer; Mrs. Clyde Terwil-j Smith of See our. _outstanding Selections Y
Set For WeekendSt. Mr. and Mrs. H. T.
f ; Club meeting Monday night at legar, third vice president and Lyons, Ga. and Santa Fe Lake
7:30 o'clock in St. Mark's I ofFamous e, r'x-
chairman of the ra
l Marks Episcopal Church building celebrated their Golden Wedding r i

P RThe -AND- -I;, School will hold an Easter egg Parish House. 'committee; Mrs. Hollis' V. I Anniversary' Sunday, April .. z,
' hunt at the Parish House, Sat- Hostesses for the eveningwill 15, at their home on Santa Fe.
Knight of beautification
Name Brands
Three Stooges urday afternoon at 4'o'clock.The be Mrs. C.L. Cooper Mrs. A family dinner party was, 4 l:
Mrs. Thomas -
W. P. McElroy Mrs. M. F. ; president held at noon and a reception tv; r

Meet HerculesPlus pre-school nursery and l Hazen and Mrs. W. H. Noll- and Mrs. O. L. HaynesJr. I i was held in'the afternoon from PETITES 3 TO 11 ;

Cartoon :kindergarten departments ol[ man. ., chairman of the nominating -I three to five o'clock. Amongthe MISSES 8 TO 20 ,,, .
fI THE RIGHT POINT for the committee 45 guests enjoying the occasion .
the First Church
| Presbyterian I '
Sun. 1:45Mon.Tues.3:45 JUNIORS 5 TO 15 tj
Open in and the Smiths' fiv
write. Come were
\Twin hold an Easter egg hunt l way you Mrs. Terwillegar gave a detailed -
( i and party Friday afternoon al t select your favorite ESTER- I report on the work of children. M. Smith of Starke, LADIES 12 /} TO 24l/2 ,

J.3\ o'clock on the church grounds. BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE the last two years between Mrs. F. W. Murray Jr. and .
I GRAPH. I her committee. and the Florida Mrs. Techla MoGriff of Jack- -

I -Bank of Starke and Ed sonville, Mrs. Coy B. Cheshier

Ball of Jacksonville. Her of Pompano Beach, and HaydenT. I From

North Florida Supply is A New Kelvinator Dealer! committee present tions that to the answer members general any were mem-ques- their.Arrangements Smith families.of Live of golden Oak, flowers and- $ 9.8 .10DRESSES $ 9.5 !

bership wanted to ask about graced points of interestin

the negotiations of the past the home with yellow gladioli -

(MstE DUB two years. and gold magnolia leaves:

I Mrs.Knight told of the work predominating. j|
that has : The tea table was covered i i
been done
I to beautify -
SPE(YA1NilV/NAWR State Road 301 from with a golden anniversary party' To Make Those Exciting-

Starke to the county line at cloth and centered with an ar-, .
rangement of Easter lilies,| ; ;
Highland.Mrs. Young Fashions
Thomas reviewed the sprayed with gold, and gold-i, ;.. l.

WTMIJIICTlIIY VAI.IIB I accomplishments of the club Ii I I tinted fern. Mrs. X. M. Smith Stand Out .

j i during her presidency. {i presided at the gold-tinted| BY
'punch bowl at one end of the;
I Mrs. Haynes presented the i iI Lace -- Lavished
QP=a ifEW'PRlCleSf' W B t' I following slate of officers for iI j l table, and Mrs. F. W. Murray: CinderellaFashions
__ ._ _. ___ .__-- .. _-,_ '_.. _,r-- I the coming year: president, presided the other at the end.coffee A focal serviceat j
Mrs. E. A. Hall; first vice- point
on the table was a cake shaped I For Her ouffants .Fqo
i president, Mrs. C. B. Terwil- ,
like a book with the family; f f
I 00
legar; second vice-president Loveliest Easter
I tree engraved in gold frosting I
Ii i Mrs. R. P. McLendon; third -dla
and the wedding date also engraved -
vice-president Mrs. Herbert : SIZES 3 TO 6X 7 TO 14 SIZES 3 TO 14
GAS RANGE I Thomas; fourth vicepresident on it.
Friends and relatives called PRE-TEEN 8 TO 14
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid; recording -

!i Hart; corresponding secretary, Mrs.secretary Edna I this during delightful the afternoon occasion.to enjoy. 98 98 98 00

--- Featuring: : Mrs.' Kate Sheppard; treasurer I 3. TO 8 1 TO 3
Mrs. Guy Sale. These, officers Hospital Auxiliary

30 Inch Top Surface !,ed. were unanimously elect- Members Attend I' *

0 Giant 24 Inch Oven ,
i Mrs. Jerome Johns president District Meeting
Porcelain Finished Backguard I of the Junior Woman's [ .

/ : club, thanked the club for The Bradford County Hospital
Automatic Oven Ignition I I DRESS HIM UP FOR EASTER MEN'SLight
working so harmoniously with Auxiliary was represented at
Removable Drip Pans I
her and her members the Northeast District meetingof IN A Weight
p p a Broiler With Drop-Down Door throughout the year. i

______ I ; The membership committee Hospital Auxiliaries by the

7 headed by Mrs. Guy Sale an- newly elected president, Mrs.) Fine Suit Sport Coats

_- Only : nounced the following electedto A. F. Garner, Mrs. Garl Mat-i : .

membership: Mrs. Charles hews, Mrs. R. E. Edmondson.) OR .
Darby. Mrs. Frank Broadway Mrs. J. D.Doyle, and Mrs. {ax-I :: "Dacron PolyesterSport
95 Mrs. D. R. Devrick Mrs. Rob .ie Carter Sr. Cotton is washable .
ert Barksdale. Mrs. V. R. Per- Coat #
The meeting was held at the I Sheds Wrinkles, too!
I' guson Mrs. Jimmy Moore,j
;J. Hillis Miller Health Centerin Comfort Weight Sport c 2
: Mrs. Shi Smith and Mrs. M.|
16 WITHTRADE Coats are Perfect forTailored
H. Sheppard. Gainesville on Thursday By STuART'ELLS[ .
Casual and Summer
i The program for the after- April 12. and included a tour) in Long Wearing" Wear
\ noon was under the direction of the Teaching Hospital and Day
Good Looking Dacron Poly-
lit i! of Miss Florence Jennings, clinics by film, followed by a I s REGULAR LONG
Mrs. E. A. Hall presented Jack conducted tour of the Health ester and Cotton. Choose from ,
w I 35 TO 42
Trawick who spoke on "Medi- .I Center. an array of New Patterns and

i, cal Self-Help what to do if The Auxiliary members then Colors

BUDGET TERMS ; the doctor cant come" left by bus''for the new Ala- $$1495 f.

Prior to Mr. Trawick's talk chua General Hospital where i SIZES 2 TO Gx

the club voted to buy a man-i I i they had an inspection of the I I
nequin to aid in Civil Defense Hospitality. Shop with the local o 7j

training. Auxiliary as host TO

NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLYCall i The club had as a visitor I Following a delightful lun- $

: Mrs. Rudolph Ortner. president cheon, reports were given by all $995TO $1995. $$1995

; of the Woman's Club in Auxiliaries in the Northeast

i East Boothbay. Maine. District. The program was concluded .
Us For Service Too!
i 1 A delightful social hour was, ; wiUj anjnteresting and
enjoyed at the conclusion of Informative ,question and an- .

412 E. CALL ST. PHONE 964-Y113 -j I the meeting. i!i swer period. 1 8 *T $JJgc wp


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TOTRSDAY. APRIL 19, 13Kennedy's !
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.. I I in a flat or bed containinga I Spanish moth feed on the Plaintiff.\s. I!I Cii the"i'mi office Cuuii of the on or Clerk before of hi-!'h>

:. ... .. . mixture of peat and sandor plants. Control these insects QUINN REDMOND i 1 21 day .i? May.: 1962. othei W -"
: .: ". _, "d. r.'>. 'I" SERVICEV iLet's Go with of 3 tablespoons Defendant I' th- .luxations of said t" .
", """."" ,: : .- ; MEN other porous medium.If a spray ,' XOTICE TO APPEARTo I, plaint will betaken' as contesed
,; '." '\d tTT: : : : -:. V I;.. ,...f :' = : the weather is humid and of either 40 percent toxaphene: : Quinn Redmond, whose I by :you.
K7".n will form wettable powder or 40 percent n"=idence and. address is: Un I This notice shall be publlsu. i
; .I{ : : AND wotlE.'l moist, small bulblets known. I once each week -forfour innswutive
: Gardeningi! between the scales of the cut chlordane wettable power in a You are hereby notified thata V weeks in -tlH- {?K.\f
Victory Over Steel pieces "in about four weeks. gallon of water.Annual suit for dl'ot'bas been filed V I FORt COUNTY Tfa.HGR.\Vt! .
against :jou in the above named Dated thisIS day of Api
V l These will be ready for pottingor Court and cause ami you are reVlIVett 962.'V .

",Strikes, :Blow Against Inflation By Hervey Sharper planting i after one growing ConcertSet (aiswtr! : to or serve pleading a iopy to the of complaint your- V: Clerk CHARLES of the A.Cir DARBY.*'uit( ('uli V
and should bloom in V H\ Jarian Lrierk, ("rosu\
d dV Extension Service' season on the Plaintiffs Attoiiie -
BHS Band .
By &. Green. :Starke: Dpuy '
two three years.In ) ,
\ f,V- \ e'reS' inclined to agree with poet Steel Company, eighth largest producer, I I Florida and file the original in ".19! 1-1 VV )
By' Hervey Sharpe i ,seed propagation, harvest For Next TuesdayThe
..V V obert: Frost that President Kennedy's who announced, that it, would hold the '$4 Agricultural Extension Service i' the seed: poos alter tney turn

"bucking .of "big! steel" was a beautiful_ l line and not go along with U. S. Steel's I The amaryllis is like some yellow ana begin to break Bradford High School' -

thing 'to see, and,,a sight that warmed in rea'se. This, apparently, was the .'debutantes-both must -watch' open.. Next dry the seeds fora Band will present its annual VOTE., FOR I

.j"the: hearts of V most Americans who straw that broke the camel's back, and I FLM their diets if they are to be': few da 3s and plant them ina concert on Tuesday, April 24 V

..jvbuld: ,soon have l>een paying more .for U. S. Steel soon reversed its decision J -. ____ V beautiful.. flat or. a bed. Be sure the at 8 p.m. in* the BUS au
'"". everything.firom; bobby pins to automobile's. and decided to Ust i.1igle along" \\ith-j However, the situation is' soil 'is well drained and shad- torium. :

1 .;!had it not been for the Adminis- out its proposed $6 a ton increase. more acute with the bulbs edThe. .amount of light Among the featured num- Fort.
V than with the maidens be-,. should be increased after the bers wul be selections from
4 I ti ration's" intervention. Economists immediately! began spec- cause too mucb food will not j LUi0 pianis come up until the Broadway show "Gypsy,"

S, War the first 'time since taking office ulating on the consequencies of Ken- even produce a "wallflower." ;. they can stand lull sunligm. tne novelty "Hunting Scene," CountyCommissioner _

; ')fcv Kennedy made a direct, all- nedy's historic fight and ,decided that j So, if this spring's attemptat Indoor gaideners who can'ti .uoriun Uouid's ".Pavanne," _

:, out :'public' appeal to the nation, throwing if the President's victory proves to be | glowing tall-stemmed garden -i wait the three years :or tne and Leroy Anderson's "Jazz _

every; scrap personal prestige a lasting one it might; V V beauties produced, green- stealings: to reacn the "debu- rizzicato." DIST.2 _

J .,into the effo and backing it up witha 1. Make it easier for the Admin-1, I eiy and no blossoms, it's a tante stage" can purchase ma- Also featured will be a brass (County at Large) '; V _

whole( -a'rsenal l of tough moves in istration to slap down an obstreperous, I good guess that you had a ture bulbs and force them to sestet composed of John
V : heavy hand in the fertilizer bloom in about eight weeksI acovt. Steve Ldwards, BecKY
;, Washjngtoh, comments political writer trade union in the future, while Robert F. Ghames Jr. [Air- of I He will work hard and _
bag. Prolonged drying I at any time of the year. For Dinkins Jimmy Jones, Ward
Richard i Slro t. man Basic], son of Mr. and V
strengthening the Secretary of Labor'spolicy bulbs, planting immature this inside joo, pot the bulb Bessette, and Richard Waite. impartially for all Brad V V
Those. w.ho witnessed the White for direct federal interventionin Mrs. R. F. Ghames of Bedford bulbs, too much shade, and with one-half or two-thirds A clarinet quartet composedof ford County.

J House press'(' U.S. Air Force technical train-
I long i remember President Kennedy's cause flower failure. When i and maintain a constant tem rick, PnyUis Haddock, ana : J
need for
Underline the
j 2. quick ing course for Aircraft Maintenance : {Pd. Pol. Ad")
prepared 'message on the proposed steel planted in deep shade, amaryllis -h rature. These two factors i Loraine Decaro will also per- V
V federal tax relief in some form to aid specialists at Amarillo t
'"price'hike in which he displayed a cold plants often die. f -with a bit of luck-will induce i iorm.
industry to modernize plant and equipment Air Force Base, Texas.A I
fury that omp red in intensity with graduate of Bradford Amaryllis is one of a groupof I early flowering. Admission will be $1 for I

;the heat, of his words. There -a need that was dramatized bysteel's plants that when grown in Diseases not serious in adults and 35 cents for stu-
t ; was nodoubt'that County High School. Airman are Ii
vain effort to obtain higher a soil with high nitrate con- dents. i Smith Corona and Remington
his "fighting Irish" was Gharries also attended St. amaryllis production, but it is
prices. tends to vegetate -
tent profusely
up.-'a justly so-since he had been I Johns River Junior College in I a sound practice to keep an
3. Make it .harder for the Detroit ,. according to Dr. T. J. : CONGREGATIONAL
;Instrumental( 'in engineering a non-in Palatka prior to enlistment in I eye open for a fungus known
flationary" between the steel auto manufacturers to carry through. the Air Force. He was selected biieeuan, ornamental horticulturist -I as "red-blotch" or leaf scorch. I HOLINESS CHURCH PORTABLE
: ,contract : with the Agricultural 1 I
{ industry and labor just a few weeks proposals to boost prices on 1962 car for the advanced course of Experiment Stations. II Look for red spots on leaves, ; North 301, 24 miles out of

,s : ,*$W-Now he considered himself and the models, at least in so far as they were aircraft maintenance on the You can overcome the all- f stems, and petals.To i town on left of the road.

:N1p.. '"double crossed" by a sudden to be based on higher steel prices. basis of his interests and apti- leaves and no-flower situation 1 prevent the disease soak Young People's Meeting, -- TYPEWRITERSV

V 4. Stiffen the tudes. low in ni- t bulbs in a 1:1,000 bichloride Friday: 7:30 p. m. Sunday ;!
: ; tel .pij e increase, and he swung into anti-inflation fight V The U.S. Air Force offers by using fertilizers j of solution
f everywhere. trogen, or by planting the I mercury School, 10 a.m. Sunday Night
tjon with threatened anti-trust suits for
: a wide field of training planting. If the fungus shows 7
fertile soil and Worship, p. m. Everyone
bulbs in less
S :ana."a proposed i investigation of whe- Almost all observers agree that. all young men and "women giving the plants a short sup- II up on plants you may lessen ; cordially invited to attend- : @

: JheF the XT.,V S. Steel J Corporation so President Kennedy's personal prestigewas who qualify for enlistmentwith ply of water during the late the severity of the attack by.' Rev. Carl Edmondson, pastor ;

: dominates the industry that it controls greatly enhanced by his spectacular the Aerospace Team. The stages of growth. I spraying with a neutral cop- .65. :

: prices and should be broken up.' steel victory, and expect it to have local Air Force recruiter is How much and what kind j': per spray at the rate of one 'I,i / VSi SOLDON

: ?, Jn his pitched battle, the President long-range impact on his administration. in Starke each Tuesday from of fertilizer? I j ounce in two gallons of water EASY TERMS
= 10 to 11 a.m., or may be contacted Insects don't usually ,
: received a great assist from the Inland i in the Commerce When establishing a new gnawon >OTIfK '('0 UKI'HM: ) :
amaryllis planting apply only ;, amaryllis. Occasionallythe IX CU'lTIT: ooritT. uinnFC TELEGRAPH
'''T, I Building, 7 Southwest Second a pound of a 1:3:3 ratio [nitrogen ': lubber grasshopper and 'UI> ''X.H'XTY. PLIIIlllIX:

lbad I Place Gainesville, Monday phosphorus, potassium] i\ the caterpillar stage of the :. C1I.XLVflYIIENItiETTA: HALL UEDlIuND:
: Department Waging War through Friday, from 8 a.m. I
_fpl't.iIi'7.PI'__.____ rmr _100_ sauare feet- I
to 4:30: p.m.Robert r-- _---J
; p "'''' I I : of bed space. D oitjit this

: Against 1legal( signs : meager amount of plant food III
W. SmiUi, Seaman.
I mini-
"" keeps rank growth to a
I > I' *** I i USN son of Mr. and Mrs. : I
J : "Word cornea froniTallahassee that like a solid wall. The new laws cleared; Junius Smith of Starke, is-! mum.

I : theState Road' pfipartment is moving away the signs to a great extent-for, serving with Mobile Construction -': Bulbs that are floweringnow BOTTOM DOLLARFEATURING
will be ready
.lo clear all illegal sikns from highway a while-but the "littered look" along! Battalion Five, which has fall. At harvest time remove -

/ Hgfjts-of-way; :'a'na the' "campaign will our highways has gradually returned returned to the Naval Construction the offsets from the

.undoubtedly: ; "b -)wfigeH in. Bradford, as until the Road Department has felt it Battalion Center at parent bulb and plant them. f

t : ;Sell as all other::poridaicounties.The necessary to order a crack-down, call- Port Hueneme, Calif. after a Under Florida climate it will j

( : V ordeX coy&$ _Signs illegally ingtmce more for a house-cleaning along. ; tour of duty on Okinawa. take about three years before ['
the eight-month stay'on
: placed,ioiwithin; .th ie prescribed 15'""feetef the" riVts-of-way. Okinawa the battalion the offsets reach flowering i ,
In fairness to all the public is being size. But in the meantime the"mother" i:
: thef highw'ay 'ighj-ol yfay, as Veil -. personnel served as the Alert'
VS ..given a'chance bulb will furnish
to bring such
: wgns 1llealLypaec1Decause? ) of non- signs Naval Mobile Construction :

ph)"n1ept of 1 the-,prescribed: Tee assessed within tle legal aspects ,of the law before -\ Battalion in the Pacific, maintaining :' you In with addition color.to offsets, you

; : by ';payable) ,"tprtlie! 'toad depart- jit.t: : campaign starts. maximum military I' can propagate amaryllis by 1 I
ent.'t If you have signs along the high-I readiness and providing sup- i
i1 : ... v : seed and by cuttage. j jt'
t V VV ways in Bradford County and are not: port for Marine .operations in propagate1!
/ The, dme., is i part of a statewide; If you want to
; tnove dgaihst:: :the grpwjng. familiar with' the provisions of the law,\ the area. t' by cuttage then make use of j ja I II I
jnenacerbfsignajiia.txoflt ,
: I .
\ ypu'd :better check ', ,
i 1 : up now-: Jbefore the; S V sharp knife at digging timejin 'V .A.
; uie to\p acure, J lhe view
; sign-removal i Robert F. Bates, Airmani late Cut the
campaign starts summer.
: tif, Ihe otorihg'publicaTong"FIorida's: locally i Apprentice, son of Mrs. Cora ]:
and that mother bulbs into a number
see displays within
15,0t)0). mles..or 4 '; state-mainVabied, .. ,. roads.Unil the prescribed, distance from the right-i i M. Bates of Lawtey, is stationed -: of pieces-up to V 60 if you are 1 II
: )l he/present law 1 at the U.S. Naval Re- each piece j!
| -controlling, of-way, and that the permit fee has I an expert. Be sure
V highway:. ,sign A, was enacted! Florida i been paid. Otherwise : ceiving Station, Norfolk Va., has a portion of the stem tissue -I
; you may find I' for transfer to the USS In- I basal plate of the bulb'I
a highways had become, ..unsightly ,and your sighs missing, along with hundreds I' trepid. He joined the Navy I attached to the scales.

: more dangerous, due- .to the multitude' of.others, when the campaign gets!I on Dec. 19, 1961. Next, dust the wedges with

: : of"jiauq"sR1lS; that lined them almost ,under, way.Farmer's I ferbam or thiram to prevent ,

I : E--- IiIL .d. .. ....."_ .. --;..:-:, -- believe it or not, cost only I Mrs. Ruth McKinney' diseases and plant immediately.

.. $2.50 a bottle. Incidentally. I Dies In Tampa .
Ladies and Children
Diary treatment in case of a coral I V "
( snake bite is the same as for Mrs. Ruth M. McKinney, 59, $ 1

: '. that of a rattler of moccasintie I of Tampa, died April 10 in a LATEST 1
By Sam MeGarveyV hospital there after a brief EASTER
with a tourniquet. |I I I
Alice, was sick and we hated cut to make bleed. and get illness. A native of Cincinnati -i STYLES. Some
I ,
i Ohio she had lived in :
to miss this treat. the bitten to doctoras i
) > person .
S S I 1 soon as possible. I l Tampa for 20 years and was Higher
!i a member of the Baptist _
: I Every year our berry crop;'
gets smaller and smaller. This While the berries are doing Church.

.. ,year we have a "strawberry., fine in the cool weather, the V She is survived by her hus- NEW ----r-0- J _--'

jar" with about six plants in corn and tobacco and vegetables -i I band. Horace McKinney form-

Ip. I V it and that's about as smalla are practically standing erly of Graham; on daughter, RHIY AUTOMATIC -
Mrs. Ruth DeBellis of New I V- -
planting as you can have. still. But one of these dayswe'll All ELECTRIC nr
'1 I i 1 York; and two sons Robert I "!..
wake and find that I VV V
But It'spretty., and we up Childrens Easter
I We had treat this week
one I Muddiman of Middletown, ,q
I : and missed out on another. have picked a few berries Ohio, and Oliver Muddimanof SLEEVELESS 9 7.

: Had >ome "sawaill chicken," i i from itLooks !I "summertime is here." 1 Cincinnati.. I II
: golden brown strips of white ', While there are a lot of laborsaving ,I f7V AD- 'To

I : bacon that an.artist with food like this is a BIG devices on the mar- V )VI D RESSES

_1 transforms into a crunchy, i 1 YEAR for berry growers for : ket to help women, the only I Ii I : V5 REGULAR I $2.96
it won't take too many loads: one we've heard about that
: delicious treat with ,a bacon at Keystone Heights caught a
; at $5 a flat to help the growi i i sounds real attractive to a I -w --
soaked barred owl that
4 # ] flavor. The. strips are had been
4n Beater, then allowed to i $ make a good profit. We lot of women is a husband feasting on his parakeets.

S' stand in milk for a while certainly hope the yield and with 'money. I That sounds like a mighty ___ ___ -V__ ____ ___
: then dipped in floor and fried prices hold up until after S S St expensive, diet to be furnishing -
:, Easter at least. And in the' Found what thought Ladies I Ladies Easter I
V I( S-L-O-W-L-Y in deep ,fat. we was I an ugly old owl.
a .. SI t meantime,, culls] are selling a Sparkleberry this week and ; S V .

1 1 ;I Jrom'the tvame' !it Is easy to tor 50 cents, a quart S SV |>''on looking it up thought it! And what's going to happento VV..

I guess,that the idea originated resembled a Farklebeny. the deal about planting by '
sawmill Maybe the answer lies in a Showed it to a native and she the NYLONS
with an old-time'' : moon, after all the moon- DRESSES'
f 1 dpok. who, faced with grum- smaller and smaller "crate. said! it was a parkerberry'l shots start popping away. Our

e bling1 ,men who complained When we came here we had Take your choice VS guess, for what it is worth, is

: abottt .getting -.thesame, thing! the 36-plnt crate and later S SAnd that nothing hat all will happen ''''--
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lr>, :ytt. every day. took the that was cut. to the 24-pint ,' another man, in telling and the moon will or l12.950. t

: ia ne.'old. bacon and other Ingredients container. Now we're down about some of the things found,I will not affect crops, and "will MANYFABRICS 1tw.t

i including .loving ', to the 12plnt'flat, and who around here. said there were"gooseberries" continue on Its merry way. $$1 00 39'
3 I :
but -what the next step FOR STYLES
4 fte, and turned out the famous growing along The Man tn.the Moon has always ,

J "sawmill chicken." :t will be the. *< <'six-pint* shipper.- (I i the banks of Santa Fe River.' been laughing at us andh : SLEEVES .

S SI I I -, 'Bui he said they were blue, still has a big grin on his .V
-The- treat we VS missed was, 11. Serum'for treatment of cor- and those we saw up 'north I face. Look at ith next time :I '

( ;*bare.cue: prepared by those 1 al snake bite Is now on hand were a yellowish green. So there is a full moon. I II I .. .
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J :.Experts, the J. O. Bass Jrs.,i at Bradford County Hospital we just don't know. II I it : -

I who perform wonders with and others In the 'area. The S S ADDING MACHINES : -

: & at' aM, barbecue sauce. serum came from; rzil and. See where Billy Rose overt IN'IXVXD COUXTT.FOR JUDGE'S COURT. CHILDRE Ladies & Ghildrem LADIES .
Extra batons, extra eftida cy AT THE .. EASTER
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,; I j rn re: Estate of lOWEST PUCE ANYWHEKE. few tubular -. PANTIES GLOVES SLIPS
: -. THE BRADFORD, COUNTY TELEGRAPH OU\ 11. PERK1XS: dec.OTICE > TO CHKDITORS frowbb frM terr'tc; Perfect far bus* CHICKS I
ESTABLISHED't \, 1670 V All creditors of the- estate of .*'. dHco of every tJewipTwn, sto For 00 .
S V5 Ola M. Perkins, deceased are 4 $1 .SGe 73c
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,. '." hereby ftotified ana reqatral to dwfai, rttaSen for everybody who
: nwld.old t weekly
4S l file; any claims! of d-mands figura*.. 7e ,
I ---I"- fowspaper PnNUh Continuously which tht'y'may have against I Fancy Rayon Nylons $1.00 Jerseys
: Under The S&iM said estate it.th. office of the FEATURE LADEN
It FLORIA jT1ES5 county judge '&( Bradfonl County P4: -<
.; Mwthead ,- Florida, in, the courthouse Stash rifeke total _* -y- '"fi
at .Starke. Florida within six
t calendar month from the date PSnaMSt,priftt4cllape'I
:. J AsS9L'TON E. L. MATTHEWS of the first publication of thjs I .!. *L..Isichado" *

notioe. Each ttaim or demand .Yt'Ii .... .,...
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\ : 1q 'i.I Editor and Owner must be in writfcgr and must V
: .' state the plao or.: residenceand \ Bottom Dollar
/ SUBSCRIPTION RATES -VS \ post office-. addrWs of the EASY TERMS AT
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.. : claimant :and must be.,61i.orn toby
the claimant, .h1s..agen. or
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p .IX MONTH 1.7! -SIX MONTHS t.OO .'ield according ao- law. Bradford CountyT1RAPHVt
tM'RO'UONTH'.11 April If. IS**_?
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,- 150 \V. CALL ST. IN STARKEa"
: I ", Pablith6 Each Thursday sjad Eatered u Seeoed CUM MaittT Executor of the Eitateor
Ola M. Perkins, deceased.
: ,. at the Post Offic at Starke FU. under Act .f March S, 1S7I First publication D' -'pril 19, ,
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George Green, 68, !jj I As Outstanding, CindermanGardner : FingerprintingTo ''Housing Census V Co. C Nominated i for efficiency in mainenanc

BllSBasehulI rs .. '..-- ,.. 40 .... h .... r. 1, We are an Ordnance un\t an<
He Asked :
Of fcaytpna, \H it i' .Reported Here I.For Special Award ; vitally interested in first lelas

George* "R. Greene, 68, for I:Beat.Santa t. t Fe 1 Praised By Coach.Hurst. I For School TeachersThe According to the I960 Cen- !t'In Maintenance high maintenance.standards If from we the demarw' it

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several years a resident of.' I 1963 Florida Legisla- sus of Housing carried out by f!! Company C, 748th Ordnance we support, certainly o nl
Starke while installing machinery ture will be asked'to require the United States Departmentof should be in a high s 0
Starke baseballers managed "Pound I he's the ; :EIL. the S tar k National
r for'pound e
in the .license :tag fingerprinting of all state em- Commerce there were 4,019 readiness: as far as m te.
plant at the State Prison suc- to! defeat Santa Fe 3t'last ; best shot put man in the'state p103es'and public school housing units in Bradford:!j I Guard unit, has been nomij nance: is concerned."

cumbed to a heart attack at a Friday bshind: me hurling of of Florida," Bradford'IDgh r teachers. County, the households of i j nated for the "Award for Eff The unit training of fi 1st
Daytona Beach hospital on freshman Mark Hamilton but track mentor Dave Hurse which owned 2,574 TV sets; I
A Legislative Investigating f ficiency in maintenance for Lt. Fred Snell points ou at
April 16. j I dropped two other contests. i proudly states of sophomore Committee, headed by Sen.t and 1,799 had an automobile. i the fiscal year 1962 by the ; maintenance of the equi] ent

He was a veteran of World hurler Both Hamilton and Rebel Tom Gardner. Z Charley E. Johns of, Starke I, Median value of the 2.329 ; Adjutant General of Florida. I is a very important fu: onbe

War I, a 32 degree Mason and Phil Lagassee allowed The youngster is' already announced. Tuesday that it owner-occupied housing units \ The award will be presented > of any unit, and the in-
an Episccpalian. He is survived | four hits each but the Tornadoes 'developing into a fine 'all- would propose the law as a was 6300. Renters occupied to. the unit during the 48th vestment for unit ope: on

by his wife, Henrietta, took advantage of four round track man, accordingto k eV u I 'means di Keeping homosexuals 1,055 of the units and paida : Division; parade held at sum- i and the taxpayer. M. gt.

and one grandchild. walks and Santa Fe errors I Hurse who rates Gardner : an' Bother sex deviates out of median gross rent of $47.JDier i field training at Fort Robert W. Drake is the fit

Burial will be in Culpepper, George Manassa limited "almost certain to' break' 50 Vk .O public jobs. ;I per month. Only 3.384 of the' Stewart, Ga., July 21 through :; 1st. Sergeant. CWO rt
t Va. V '1I Starke to three hits-all sin-i I feet in' the shot -before the Alter two days of hearings, : units were occupied leaving 635 I i I Au:. 4. Paterson is the unit mator

gles by Kenny Terrell-and- i)i year is out." Tom has already 1 Sen. Johns said that most I i! units vacant. i Capt Drew Reddish, unit officer, and S. Sgt Charles' J.

fanned 19 batters' as Green hit 49'8" in practice, and is 4 V'V aa ''f I acnool and state agency administrators : I I Hot and cold running water ; commander, said: "The award Schaefer is the Motor Ser-
Cove Springs registered a 10-1 I I shooting for the school recordof 1 had.been installed in 2,381 ofi '
,strongiy lavored ; j was a direct result of the outstanding ,ii geant. Some of the mechanics -
win here Saturday night. The 52'8" set by- his big brother i the houses, 2,795 had flush I ..
ucn a law, ana indications! i work performed in are Sgts. R. Griffis, U..J,
Blue Devil got a two-run I]' Sam Gardner last year. i weie that there would ce no i j toilets 2.687 had a bathtub i maintenance by the non-com- ; Hutson. F. L. Watterson, GV\V
I, cushion in the first frame and: like to do it this : I
i"I{: '; "I'd sure oojections from employes. or shower while only 1,883 j missioned officers and men Payne. B. C. Holtzendorf. 'W
t errors and walks gave him the i year but I'm afraid I'll havei School administrators> said,i were classified as in sound| of the unit, and points up the C. Rhoden. M. J. NOl man, and
1 i I victory as his own teammates "
I Ii i I to wait untU. next year Tom however, there would be aojcwwyn ; c.onditionith all plumbing. ;: value of having experienced | Frank Wolf red.
f I i collected only five hits. .: says ;
: of his chances of break-
x sir on; ir tneir pio- Twenty of the homes had i i and trained personnel in the
P. K. Yonge handed the' ing the record In the next
basements and 47 trailer
tSr.lon was singled out. were unit." 'j'jj BAPTIST CHURCa
Tornadoes .
an embarrassing! II
few meets.
I 1 I : j : Johns also forecast creationby homes. j In his congratulations to : HEILBROXN .
112-3 beating Tues. in\ a gameI "Boy, he [brother Sam the legislature of a central On the other side of the I the unit, Lt. Col. Harry M.:
I called after five innings by ; would croak if I'd do it this 1 ledger, radios were only slight- 10
i School. m
cleaning house for fingerprintand Hatcher Jr., battalion comj i j Sunday a.
'j the 10-run rule. Blue Wave year," he added thoughtfully.Tom personnel records and ; ly more plentiful than tele- mander, said: "If there is j, Morning Worship, 11' a. m
hurler Mike Hoskins had a excells in both field amendments to 'the law tnai vision sets- 2,745 to 2,574 TV :: one award given to National : Training Union. 7 p. m

I no-hitter going until the fifth ; and running events and is a Y sets, up the authority for revoking ; sets. Telephones had been ', Guard units that I feel should i i Evening Worship 8 p. m

when Mark Hamilton tripled workhorse in every meet. He ,, teacher certificates. j installed in 1,351 of the counted :stay within the Ordnance Battalion ;;. Prayer Meeting Wednesdays
I i and came home on a single by']1 has thrown the discuss 121'* w Tne Starke senator said housing unite while 2,292 !!, it certainly is the award \ 7:30: p. m. Rev. Joe Roop. f
Gary Kouba. i j already this season and has t had machines 85 ,
I that he personally favored expelling washing __
IfI fI I Hamilton started for Starke r times of 10.4 and 23.5 seconds teaching majors in the persons owned clothes dryers, J
and was relieved by Bill Jack- | in the 100 and 220 yard dash- \
t universities found guilty of and 903 had one or more home
son with the bases loaded in j es. In the P. K. Yonge Invitational I, homosexual conduct. He said.:; food freezers. VOTE FORWHITEH'EAD

I I the first inning. Kenny Ter- I I last Saturday,he won VV? j I there would probably! be two j.I! Air conditioning units had I
McRae Selected rell relieved Jackson and finally ffyVx I A. B.
the shot and discus and '
;,; or three, more hearings before! been installed in 215 of the I

1'k To Attend :j. got the side out .after placed fifth in the 100-yard :,.,: .:...: :.x.. 4 I the committee drafts its final, ;; houses and there were 544 II I
eight had scored.IArmament .
runs d, sb: \ lecommendatibns. two-car and 43 three-car fam- _
Tom Gardner Ls shown making his winning
Insurance Meet Sophomore
"If had dozen
we just a
i Other likely law changes to i': ilies.
Leads I j! more like Gardner who'd_ work throw of 127' t,}" in the discus at the P. K. Yonge Invitational j be recommended by the com-i i FOR
I Julian E. McRae of Starke I iCFMS Bowling {j i as hard as he does we'd be all Saturday. mittee would give county !: THE RIGHT POINT for the
has been selected by Life ,Insurance I j right," Coach Hurse added : COUNTYCommissioner
I i school boards the ponver to,, way you wHte. Come in and +t
; Company of Georgiaas Armament section took over i wistf ully. subpoena witnesses to hearings -, select your favorite ESTER '
+ a delegate to its annual first Looking toward the 1962' 130.n as when talking about 'his j
I place in the CFMS Bowl- ;| on sex charges and to, BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-
'I President's Club convention at ; ing League last, Friday night tack team's ultimate goal, Another job this versatile ', individual events, "But we'll i issue citations for contempt. GRAPH. DIST. 2 .

the American Hotel in Miami I by downing Supply 3 to 1.j which is "anqther state cham- sophomore, who was also the :: get competition from Florida i j Another wbuld require proof : NORTH STARKE

Beach, May 1316. Frank Wolfred led the Arma-! pionshlp. of, course." Tom" talked starting fullback on this year'sundefeated I'1 High [of Tallahassee] and Au- ;; of homosexual activity before
While there he will learn ment attack i in snatches : Born and reared in
bowling a 548 : i Tornado football i ii i iI 'i burndale." i employes are discharged. ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM ,
about new developments in [224] series. High score for I "It'll take 50 or 51. feet to i team, has earned is that of I HOW TO KILL IT. Bradford County
individual and group insurance the loser was Ray Griffis i place the shot in ,the state I!, lead-off man on the 880-yard : "I think we can hit 1:31 IN 3 DATS e .i.l .

services provided by Life of with a 436 U80J'series.Electronics and at least 140 feet in the !' relay team which has seconds or maybe a little low- ,.
posted :i. THE BIGHT If not pleased with strong, la- : Honesty
I POINT He Stands for
Georgia. The meeting will discus ': | for thwy <"
and Automotive I .
| a time of 1:32.9 so far this er, he said. htant-drrlnic: T-4-L. jour 48o l c
bring together Life of Geor- :, yon write. Come in and back at any drag store. Watch and 4
bowled to a 2.2 tie. High "Last year it took) 145'6" and | season. According to Hurse j "Only 158 pounds and he hklo Sincerity
i select Infected xloiiRR off. Watchhealth
gia leaders from 11 southern score for Electronics was George 50'6" for a fifth place in eith- :, that's. good, enough, to be the I; throws the shot close to 50 BROOK your> favorite ESTER- kln replace' it. Itch Economy ,, ,
I states for sessions with top Winkler's 515 [1921 series; j er event j second fastest, time of any I!I Ii feet" said Hurse looking at GBAP11.: Fountain Pen. TELE-. at and burning are K ne. TODAY
officials.As "I'd :like to hit 50 [feet] in :; (Pd. Pol. Adv.)
and high for Automotive was i i Class. A school. in the state in. the sophomore sensation's ALL DRUG STORES J
a Life of Georgia representative Sidney Jackson with a 504 the state [in the shot' put "
: that event. : back he for home
as departed -
McRae serves residents [211] series.Standings . "In fact, I'd give anythingto I I II i 'L..
of Starke.. Lawtey Camp Won Lost do that I "I think our 880 relay team ,., after practice. ': -
t Blandins, and New River., lIe Armament 6 2 "I'll be lucky to get 135 feet can be first in the state meet," i{!I "Now if we just had about 1
is.'a member of the Gainesville Supply 4% 33 [in the .discus; 'I'd say about ; said: Tom not being so modest I! a dozen more like him ."
i Life Underwriters Association Electronics 3 5 I "

\ Starke Golf &' Coun- Automotive 2t 5% I

try 'Club. Elks Club, American Bottom Scooters Smith Leading II Garden Tops
Legion. ,THE RIGHT POINT for The jj i
St.' Mark's. Masonic Episcopal Lodge Church., and try you 'write. Cm in acid Alley Cats Tie j j I i Fish Contest !;Stalling In

i He is married and has three Jfft, your I.Tortte'ESTD- In Mixed :
Bowling SoftballHarold
children. FROOX Fountain, Pen. TELEGRAPH. i j Bob Smith of Hawthorne.j1 1 City S Fla.laYke .
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: Harold Davis bowled winner of last year's North:\ I the
two ,. Davis of the .Garden :
/ games of 210.and 170 't r'art' Florida Fishing'co test. looks Restaurant led things''off witha -, p09t'j
!1 average of 190 to .tie the-'Alley ,like' a shoo-in for top honors home run in the first inning V f m : ')
FIT and V .
N properin Catswith.; the Bottom;; again this season. against Stallings Truck l '. .: "t
Scooters, sit': 'two each Garden ahead S i rL't ,
I gained ]. Smith Stop to put In not :
has registered 13.
the best tradition. : in the .Mixed. Bowling! ;League!} the opening of the City Soft-
last Friday ;night. ,Leonard}j lb.,4 oz. bass 'caught- Orange j ball League. ,Greet Spring and
also 200 Lake on ,April 7. His prize 11-2 !< : ", ',. '
Noegel had a game. Garden jumped ahead '. "
of fine clothiyg : ;, :, for the Cats, while Mary. Jar- ':. winner last year weighed in I after three innings and then :; :

I vis led the Bottom Scooters at 16 Ibs., 6 oz. I Stallings rallied to make the i

I with a 209 game and a 159 ,jI { Second largest bass regist- score 11-10 after four innings. i! t

: j average in three games." Da- : ered in the contest this year Jimmy Rowe relieved Clif i I:i
;j vis's 210 game is the new high was R. E. Jones' 12 Ibs. 3 oz. j; Griffis in the bottom of the
'I men's average, while Mary : entry, but Jones said several j fifth and allowed'stallings i r
,, Jar is'c 209 is now, high for : weeks ago he was withdrawing j only three hits and no rum I .
the ladies. j his entry to give local "ama- ; in the last three innings. i 1 K .
In the.other action the Untouchables j, teurs" a better chance to win i Dewayne Elder was the lead-i; .

i lost the first. gameto < the contest. j ing hitter for Garden with five ; SOFT LEATHER-"

the second place Blunder !I Third largest fish registered ito i for five,. while Franklin Tom- i WITH LUXURIO.yJLY STYLED TAILORED w:
Busters by 36 pins, then rallied date was a 9 lb., 14 oz. bass I linson had four hits for Stall- '. po,

,.:/ ( to. take the next three> caught ,by Mrs. Thelma] Wise. !} ings. T. S. Clark also hit two FINELY DETAILED BAGSClutches ;
,4 Ir points for a 3-1 victory. Buddy I, homers for Stallings- i

Elliott led the Untoucha-i The City league plays

I bles with games of 140, 139 :BHS Golfer I games every Monday, Tuesday PRICED |I Shoes and Bags Hide-Away Handles With :

and 162 for a' 147 average, j J JI : and Thursday nights at ,

From the moment I while Jimmy Rowe had a 132 j Places, 43rd I the Softball Field. The pub- 799 THRU | Q99; From the Largest Selectjon in 2.7tthru 4.99 ">
and.a. 140 for a 136 average ,In State Meet lic is invited to come out and ,
\ you slip it on you'll for the Blunder Busters. I support the teams.. ; V. ,; Starke, or Bradford County Plus TaxWOMEN'S

This Friday night at 7 ,, A member of the newly! Values To ;!
I sense that this j o'clock the winner of the league formed Bradford High School!

I will be, decided with the ., Golf Team sophomore Har- THE RIGHT POINT for the $22.95 MOJUB HOSE $$1.00 PAIR
i is_ n't just another Blunder Busters 'against the old 'Bishop, finished 43rd in way you write. Come [in and ,

\\'f t-, Alley Cats. The Busters must,I:I a field of 224 high school select your favorite ESTER-
suit of clothes. \
J _J win by a score 'of 'at least 3.1 i i! golfers In the State Highi BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- !

t Exclusive NECK t.oke the championship. I,i School Championship Golf GRAPH.
The Bottom Scooters and | match In St. Petersburg last tI | I

ZONE Tailoring the Untouchables will play Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday -

1 their final game on April 27 ; '. | .
gently conforms at the Bowlero Lanes in Sixteen of the young golfers '

Gainesville. 'all' seniors, were selected ; I: Size' Thm 11... '
the coat to
t i your St. n4hpW L GB I to play: in the finals Wednes-: I + s
body without 1 Alley;cats Ifl; .13 1 day: Starke's Bishop shot a i WID'ENS. M.;Thru C

Blunder Busters 16.5 114, t%. 79, seven over par,' on. his; -" .
strain puH or Untouchables 16 16 3 first day out Tuesday and I a '
gap UiZ ALSO SIZES 5'/2 -S
I Bottom Scooters 1L5 20.5 6% lowered,his score. to, a, 78, six :
puckerand.stly" I. Top roar Men's Averages, over par, on his 18 holes Wed- MASTER : HUNDREDS OF -' '$2.99

Harold Davis; .Alley Cats, ner.- .. I II 1 ... J ..
t 4
London shrinking I 1167. -- 11
| The BHS golf team was organized g '
I that ':Bill Nelson,, Bottom Scoot, ., this year for the first FLATS & CASUALS Tf# f $2.99

I assures you, I ers,161. : time and had four matches, I
f Leonard Noegel, Alley Cats, two each with Palatka and. ; PRICED:. TWt UI

i Style-Mart's 1. 156. \ L Gainesville High Schools. The I; 2-99 TO 5.99 .ti 9
Buddy mott. Untouchables, team, tutored J
perfect, fit stays ', '. six man yearling .
150.: BHS Principal Hugh B.Ingram 'j,
; >y I WlDTH f AA E
: 71i"_ .
in for life., Top Four LaSes Averages lost aU. four matches : I { ; -
fk June Norina a..Untouchables, I but are looking to improve i ; J DAI )} SS :' :-,: ..:/

Reg. 55.00 __ 143. ., 1] next season. Besides Bishop, This man H dolorous txtcwi* .

Size 35, 4-1 j. .:.Ntoma Nelson., Bottom ', other members of the"Richard team j a. He's down to his last dollaiI Y. : Swivel Straps:and Pumps ;
Short Re?. Long Shooters 140. are Mike Sheppard, i ," 4 ... _
Mary.Jarvia.-Bottom Scoot- I! Hobbs:' Barry, ,Firth, Steve I! b. lie's down to his last poles ;" 1.- "
; I Denmark,' and Mike Willis. 1 pony ; Ya Boys-Brownr Black Oxfords LoafersStep
1 128. { i .
All except Denmark are sophomores -
VV At1N AYtEEST 'Gi my. Rodermoad. Alley this year and. he is I{A meal without fresh, pure. :: Into SOV1' COMFORT Of ,*-

Cats.- 135... .. only a freshman. I nick and 'cream is M tncom-.: ; tx.f, :j. W. L. Douglas and 'Jarman, Styled for Men
Top Feur.CoupIrs. plete, as a three-legged anti" g

.ftfe lt.rtttr Neoma and Bin Nelson. Bot- I i pede. Sen'e it at every meal. /1..

tom, I Scootersls0. !..Little- .Boys I tit

Marty Rozier and Harold Baseball To 1

Davis; : Afley.C&tsr-133' ; ,r i
'Sate Price 'Start MondayThe
Mary, and Frank Janis. t

Bottom; Scootersr'132. ,Jaycees Little Boys i
s Vernon arid :Rae e.1 l' Buff 1, Baseball program will start .__ ;
$ Untouchables 128. ..,- ,
$42 Monday April 30. at 3:30 p. ."

Uljrh Games i I mon the Little Boys Field< ..-,.. \; PRE o.Xf .
Harolet- v1S; .Alley "Cats,>" : All, boys 10-12 years of age ; ....,
1219.) (, '. '. ". ;, ... t t who would like to participate i I ''''' ,. 7 99 TOw. .1 i.99 SIZES 612
INC. I .
Your Friendly Store Alterations Free i May Jarvis Bottom .Scooter -' I ,in the program should be'at -., .. _...-_ -...... '"' ..,.!I -._ __- -- t < '. WIDTHS A. TO E .
.',e a : ', ... 'r- .. .... 209, V .'," !I I this first practice. 1 I'j ...


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FFA Contest I Fire Department Senior Citizens Tri-Mester PlanIs orderly by fighting, not guilty. CARD OF THANKSWe I at the loss of our beloved hus-
itarkeGirl,17 t Auto Wreck\ Nets' Jesse J. Emanuel, disorderly band and father-Mrs. W. T. v
j Answers 3 Calls, j To Organize Rotary: Topic conduct by fighting not would like to take this [Pete] Crawford and children.
Held HereThe 1I opportunity to express our mmmmmm t i M B *" "*'
I None Serious I Next Tuesday guilty.
gIaill Sunday Ohio Man Charge Harvey Shaaron; a memberof Herman White, Negro pub- sincere thanks and appreciation THE RIGHT POINT for the

F ., Bradford FFA Chap- Starke's Fire Departmentmade I The Senior Citizens will Florida Blue! Key honor: lic intoxication fined $27.50. to all our relatives and;way you write. Come In and
itJ fraternity and an intern at friends for the love, kindness.;,select favorite ESTER-
the Herman White. disorderly your
second and Negro -
ter placed three runs on small hold meting I
j ntinued from j an
Page 11] Bradford High School spokeat :and thoughtfullness extended BROOK Fountain Pea TELE-
fourth in the conduct by fighting, !I
Starke Chapter blazes this week, but none Tuesday at 7:30: in
i iwl1l Virginia. She was a Of Manslaughter annual Parliamentary Pro- was of serious consequence I I' the Lions Den. p.m. the Rotary Cluti Wednesday received a suspended sentence j *to us during our bereavement; GRAPH.

.$ majorette during her I IJJ. i cedure Contest in a field of according to Chief R. C. [Red] ', All people ,over 50 years of describing* some of the of five days in jail. j
year in high school .Continued at Brad- effects of the new trimester Herman White Negro disorderly -
from Page 11)) five teams competing Buford. age who are interested in .- -
was described by ford High School last Friday. The first was ,a call to the having a recreational club for system soon to be installed at by use of profane and 4T FLORIDA& /' -
:1rellds! sion on S.R. 16 with a car i; the university.The I indecent language fined
as a quiet, reserved The Bradford Chapter's can- Orie Wiggins home on South this age group should be at : PEST
-maft who occasionally lapsed driven by Mathew Millard didate for :sweetheart, Sally Thompson Street in south': this first meeting.Refreshments speaker said the tri i $27.50. i "

Jnt3. moody spells. He re- Griffis, 30,'of Starke who was Ann Epperson, placed first in Starke when an electrical wire and recreational mester system would result in Alfred C. Brown Negro, CONTROL 'V WE LIKE

Reived a B. S. degree in Busi.Mesa also killed. According to Dep- that contest as did that chap shorted in a wall receptacle i activities will be plan- more efficient and productive failure to have vehicle con-i .::

: Administration at the uty Sheriff Willard Williamstwo I ter's entry in the tractor driving causing a small fire. The ned for the group Tuesday use of the state's facilities for I troled and causing accident,

University of Florida after witnesses have stated that contest, Wayne Kirkland.The blaze was already under con- night according to Buddy Elliott higher education and predicted forfeited bond of $27.50. i TOUGH ,

'JT dduating from BHS in 1954. the headlights on Knight's car I Starke Chapter team of I trol when the fire department city recreation director. the system would be In use I: ;Hipolito Matos Gonzalez, '

:and r- had served two years injHSj I'. were not functioning properly.,, Marley Griffis and Robert I arrived Buford said. t "You do not have to regis-' in high schools also within the II I public intoxication forfeited l PROBLEMS
Knight failed to answer a in next five years. He said it : bond of $27.50.Melvin ..u. '
Army being discharged i i Starling took first place I It was the same story Mon- ter to attend the meeting but
iMay 1961. He was born and February 27 summons to appear -I the horseshoe contest. day as a storehouse, owned by it would make planning easier would materially reduce the I Lev unlawful speed, {
Beared{ in Starke.It before County Judge T. :i Winners in the subdistrict Stanley Noegel on Edward's for the Recreation Department cost of a college education by forfeited bond of $27.50. I
has been established that A. Yawn under the warrant enter the District cutting the necessary time fora I II I
contest will Road caught fire and was totally ." Elliott said. I' i
iss Hopkins had dated Gill I charging him with driving Contest in Palatka on May 4'1{ destroyed before the department To register call the Recreation degree from four years to L. M. Gaines a v'V
Jut) there was no engagement without head lights. He had i 1 arrived. The shed Department at 964-7441 less than three years.

r plans of marriage Deputy instead gone back to his home ,Humphreys Co. ; caught when flames escaped'i,; between 1:30 and 5:30 pm. The speaker was introducedby Appointed To :,

Itolph Reddish: said Tuesday. in Ohio where a warrant was I I from a can containing burn- ,The club is being organized W. H. Graham. Hotel Group )

then sent for his arrest. I Of Jax BeachiMay Ii ing trash which was close to through the Recreation De- ,

I Close ShopThe the building. A small grass pal tment with the help of MAYOR'S COURTStarke L. M. Gaines of Starke has v 0 Termites

i lead Founds Sunrise Services :. l fire which had developed was John Simpson. A goal of at Randal Chit- been appointed as a deputy'i town & vGarden r .,

Set SundayAt Humphreys Mining Co.,I put out when the truck ar- least 20 people has been set ty disposed Mayor of 17 cases in I IMayor's with the Florida Hotel andRestaurant v. PestsHousehold

1 which has been operating in rived. for the first meeting and so Court Monday nightin Commission and I 0 -. '. ,
sPartOfIlighialid least four Sunrise Serv- the Jacksonville Beach area The third call to DickThomas' far it has not been reached. session. will be responsible for the Pests
a heavy ,
I will cease Welding Shop on inspection and maintenanceof '-'" "
ices will be held in Starke since 1944 probably I II Rose Lee Byrd Negro fail .
end! Brownlee Street Tuesday, was safety and sanitary require-
there by the
operations Beta Phi
I Sigma to have vehicle under it
and vicinity Easter, Sunday ure Pest control is not on expense
Torso ; ''of 1962. A. E. Humphreys to douse flames in the body i ments in lodging and food ser-
morning. president of the company, an- of a semi-trailer which became Sets Fashion Show and causing accident i f I vice establishments in Bradford '' saves you money I

I i The annual union service 'I nounced last week. too hot from the welder. !For TonightBeta fined $37.50.Rose Negro pub- I,I ,Clay and St.Johns Coun- At Florida Pest Control l Chemical you ,;
I Lee Byrd
Thomas was repairing a leaky ties. He was formerly con- "more" because this company's entire -
M I Continued from Page 11missing. ] will be held at 6:30: a.m. in : 'Recent technological lic intoxication, fined $27.50.1 i get
in final indicate airbrake line when the studs : nected with the B & G Truck personnel is under the supervisionof
: changes processes Sigma Phi sorority
I the football stadium with Rev. Hogan Smith Jr.. public intoxication i
M at this time that min- between the two sheets of ., has set a Fashion Show for forfeited bond of !| Stop south of Starke. University of Florida graduate ento-
Leo Hebeil.pastor of the First
Cooper told Ohio authorities i erals produced from the local I metal caught fire. A small 8 o'clock tonight [Thursday! moloaists

that he killed his stepson Baptist Church, bringing the |! deposit will not be as desirable -! hole was chopped on the inside ; in the BHS auditorium. !, $27.50.Fred Bryant public'intoxi-i! THIS KlUiil i'lrLfti. .or me I IW&1
from of the body to reach the I' : you write. Come in and'lect Phone 964-3965 for "More Pest .
Easter The BHS minerals '
:rith a hammer during an message. as similar Proceeds will go to the Flor- | cation forfeited bond of "
1 blaze. your favorite ESTER : Control at No More Cost!
Band will provide special music !, other localities, Humphreys I I j ida Diabetic Children's Camp
'argument on January 22. Herenprtedly $27.50. j BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE
and other Starke ministers Damage on all three fires
lit said. I Fund. This camp will be held I Alma Harris McKinney, fail-1 ,
said that he cutup t will take part.Heilbronn !i The company started its was not serious the chief : August 19 through September GRAPH. .
to have
I ure
{the body: with a butcher- Baptist Church i: Jacksonville Beach operation I II I said. I 1 at the Jacksonville YMCA trol and causing accident conj j i 1 I I

:ricnirt in the bath room anddr8ve I will begin its Sunrise Service j I as Humphreys Gold Corpora- : Camp on Brooklyn Lake. fined $37.50.Clifford ,
at 6 a.m. with the message tion and changed the name Social Security I
: with it to the Lak'Ok't e i I | Yarborough public
brought by Rev. W. P. Mc- i to Humphreys Mining Co. in II II 1 t 1 ij
chobee region in SouthFlorida. L ,,i Two VolunteerIF I intoxication fined $27.50. I +
Elroy. 1960. They also constructed A representative of the
Clifford Yarborough. -
He then drove north Stint I
Baptist the Trail Ridge and Highland | Army
"again{ scattering parts of the, Missionary Gainesville Social Security office I on private property

body along highways in Florida Church has scheduled Sunrise I i ilmenite mines near Starke will be at the courtroomin 1 Two volunteers have filled case dismissed when plaintiff SO Words or less, one time -------- .95 Memorials Resolutions ________ 5c per word

and Georgia. t, Services for 6 ajn., with Rev. I and Lawtey and operated con- ,!I Starke :starting at 9:30: ajn. i i the induction call of Loc- failed to appear. If not paid in advance ------ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words ______ 2.>0
D. E. Willis as speaker. them for several years on May
.1 j! the DuPont. Com- I' on Friday April 27, for the Cleveland Simmons Jr., Negro Keyed or Blind Ads _----- 1.00 Over 50 words ______.'__00_____..__ 5c per word
... Boatdrain Baptist 'Church tract for purpose of conducting social lj I al Board No. 18, Selective Service public intoxication: sen-
Each additional __
word over 20 03)
Display ads in Classified _____
------- 1.50 inch
RIGHT POINT for the i also announces its Sunrise pany. per
f'plE security business. Persons System. They are W. H. tenced to a fine of $27.50 or
write. Clime in andy 1: Service for 6 The principal ores produced 'I'
:'M you a.m. who desire to make applica- to five days In jail
Johns of Starke and Rowland HAVE OPENING for 1 $90.00 YOUR OLD WATCH will ADULT EDUCATION COUR-
t your favorite ESTER-"| The public is invited to each from the Jacksonville Beach tions for social security re- ;i Hardy Williams of f I I Cleveland Simmons, Jr., Negro per week man. Age 25 to 67. I make the down payment on a SES EVENINGS. MONDAY
I ::ROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- j of these services. mine are ilmenite rutile, zircon tirement or survivors benefits, I i disorderly conduct by We also have openings for 2 beautiful new Bulova at THROUGH THLJRS AY. All
IGR PU. and monazite. E. C. secure social security account, ,I Worthington. The board also, fighting, ,sentenced to a fine $65.00 per week ladies. Age I i{ Dahmers Discount House. High School subjects. Business

Weichel vice president of the numbers or get any othersocial ':, has a call for two volunteers i of $27.50 or, to five days in 37. to 63. Permanent. Carne tfchg Courses. Conversational
.. I firm's Florida sales operations, ," essal'Y. Write Mr. Neeley FOR SALE-Lake Front Spanish. Mechanical Drawing
-' informationare to fill the i
-- security I May preinductioni jail. 659 West Peachtree St.. N. E.Atlanta Testing
---1 of the Jack- Lots. Santa Fe and Lake services. White stud-
said that output
B'PALMT1 sonville Beach plant is under invited to call at this time. i I quota on May 2. I Stanley Sebert Hatcher disIT'S 8. Ga. 4tchg 4-26 Lockloosa. Terms. Guy Andrews ents: contact L. H. Gibson.

-R'-E'E FOR SALE-3 bedroom house phone 9646811. tfchg USO Bid*. Office. Negro students
Lead Co.
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contract to National -. : contact Prof. Eddie
: and Vz in HOUSE
acre Lawtey. L. G. FOR RENT-3 bed-
contract expires at the Tbompkins. RJE High School]
This Teston, Rt. 1, Box 83-A Law- room unfurnished. R. W.
$15.00 : and Weichel said _tfchr__ _
end of tey. 6tp 5-31 Brannen. 520 W. Weldon St. h
I there appears to be no further -I Phone 964-6375 after 5 p.m. EXPERIENCED WAITRESSWANTED. I
10 to 15 Feet - $25.00 SVs acres on river. Paved road Apply in at
i plans to mine the minerals in 2tp 4-26 person
frontage home. 9000. Terms. I Garden Restaurant. tfchg
the Jacksonville Beach area ILLEGAL Strout Realty. U.S. 301 South. FURNISHED apartment for I -
BENT OR ORNAMENTAL i after that date. Starke. Fla. Phone Waldo rent. At rear of store.321 N. DOBERMAN PINSCNER female
Temple for sale. AKC. 3 mo.,
i Among the products being 4681766. ltchg Ave. Phone 9692981.
10 to 15 Feet . $35.00 Itchg line bred ears and tail cropped -
the four .
made from ores :Former Marvin Griffis Store shots and wormed. Exceptional -
All Prices Include Delivery and Setting Humphreys are paint pigments Building, 623 E. Brownlee St., LOST BY HOGAN SMITH pet. Phone 964-

Free Estimates on all Type Landscaping welding, synthetic flux titanium gem stones meta, For Any Person or Persons I to Engage hi for and sale terms at to reasonable responsible price buyer. $10 slim ears.Reward black Tan on Hound for head return with and of long legs.tall FURNISHED 7983. APARTMENTFor -Itchg----

refractories, optics and abra- Contact Hogan Smith or Herb rent. 2 rooms and bath

TRI-COUHTV DEVELOPMENT I sives. A. J. Thomas, Realtor Thomas. 2to 4-19 $45.00 lights month.and water 514 S.furnished Epper-

About 160 persons are em- Business Under'A 'Fictitious Name Unless) CONCRETE DRIVES FOR SALE BY OWNER son. Inquire in rear of house
ployed at the Jacksonville kinds looms and bath installed Y. L. Klrchaine.tchg__... _
masonary work and -
Ifc t F. MERR1TT CO. RICHARD JONES Beach operation. home modernizing. Also Sum- wall to wall floor covering Complete New Homes
swimming pool one acre on
; /ke Butler Macclenny THE RIGHT POINT for the '., mer Special 16' x 16' Patio paved street near school. Will Save time and inconvenienceof
HY : way you write. Come in and The Name Is $180.00 complete. Phone 969- consider other property for buying lot planning house
jr one 6-4267 Phone AL 9-7641 Registered 2362. 3tchg 4-19 Dart
select your favorite ESTER- Phone 732- and waiting for construction.We .
., .
3361. Lawtey. 4-19
SHELL HOME TERMS have them ready for
.. .. _/ j I BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-' now
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GRAPH. Large furnished home with lot COTTAGE FOR RENT 3 occupancy. $287.50 VA or
:JIt I I If in Starke. New floors and rooms and bath nicely fur- $425.00 FHA. Payments less
II Read This Florida Law nished. Phone
I wiring newly painted inside __ 0042261.tfchg than rent.A. .
\ i and out, convenient location, .. J. Thomas., Realtor
\ FOR ALE-New modern 3
11 paved street. Hollis V. bedroom and bath home on 1 f
Knight, 131 West Call St. acre.* 3-4 mile east of US 301. I HASTINGS MATTRESS
"It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, u defined herdi, U Itchg paved road. between two mo UPHOLSTERY WORKS
tels. New RIver Rd. School 1&
he Entire enrage in,business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein 4s- FOR RENT Adults only. bus; rout1. Contact C. B. Bar- 710 Lemon St. Palatka
4 t I First class first floor apart- hour at Barbours: Auto Wrecking Furniture Repaired, Up-

EASTER I fined without and unless said fictitious nan.e shall be registered with the vate ment. entrance.Two bedrooms.TV-aerial Pri-, Co. Lawtev. 3tp 4-19 holstered & Refinished

: Personnel Of The convenient location. No pets. COLONIAL FLORIST MATTRESSES REBUILTNew
ih clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of fcnMnfieais 128 North Church St. Up I Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. Innersprings
Flowers wired any place. Flow-
GREETINGS with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid affidarit FOR SALE 11959 Inter- ers for all occasions locally. and Box Springs
.LaRue, Corporation rl aa national and 1 Metromite Phone 9646291. 506 East Drop Us A Card or Call
.t, truck. See them at Starke Nona St. tfchsr
I signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names elI Dry Cleaners and Laundry. I PALATKA STARKE EA 9645934 5-9168
I Call 9643201. ltchg CANDY ROUTE I
'Wishes : all those interested in the business the extent ef Responsible man or womanto MRS. PEGGY SUALLEB.Starke. .
Eash Of You enterprise, to interest OCALA NATIONAL onpratp candv rout being Meat

'.. FOREST pstahiishert bv nor Comoanv
The Best In of each, and the fictitious name under which saii business .ia carriedon. CAMPSITES 80 100 in this, roa. candv is one IN CITY POUNB-One black
i : 4198 Cash x I I nf the largest!' industries in and white spotted male setter
Said registration may not be made until the person cr persons desiring $20 Down; $9 or mo. I I: +ha "I1t\t1'V Anrl we are Na- Owner may have by paying
Good Wishes For A Access to Launching I: Fha Hn'131 Tnoinr A;ct"ih11.hrohAQ.n.a of one of board and advertising cost.:

to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have adrerti&d his or Ramp on Oklawaha River. I'' wont .ogpii.V) Is tRQQ Invest rohlnhor I I Contact City Police.
inAOro.nAablP Partial
Wonderful Easter'. their intention to register said fictitious name at least week for four Box 140. Fort McCoy Fla. I '#non-e on..ilohlq Write RnxlI I I Used Refrigerators $29.95 UP
;:-;} once a ,
., .
...... n...... 1i".. 1+ Used Televisions 29.95 up.
:.+ #......1,.' SEPTIC TANK cleaning and I I .I i Convenient Terms. Free de
(4) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined bylaw in the eaat7 feed line service. Joe Forsythe,!i FOR SALEM bedroom home !, livery. Bullingtcn Appliances
P. O. Box 184 Lake Butler 2 baths large utility room. 100 West Call St. Starke Fla.

.. where said registration is to be made, and said registration s&al ,Bt ta Fla. Phone HY 64163.4tp 4-26 I I separate dining room. FOR.f3ALE-Washing machineat
,. screened front porch. Lot 2 1105 Madison St. '3tp 4-26

accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon reeehrin ?roof it ALL STARKE HOTEL FUR- acres. 1126 West Madison.
.. I I NITURE must go. Get what Phone 964-1001. tfch? FOR RENT Kingsley Lake
.' We Wish To Thank All Of such ypU want now from 26 fur- FOR RENT 2 bedroom furnished 2 bedroom house.
publication. nished roo m 8. Hollis Well heated. Available to
14 V.I I house. 6H miles north of
Knight. 131 W. Call St. Itchg June 1. Phone 9644201 or
Our Friends And CustomersFor I Starke. Hiway 16. Phone 964- 9649741. tfchg
FOR RENT-Furnished apart II 1513 J. W. Oask m. Starke.
Making This Year The' ment. Also 3 bedroom house tfchg I REMEMBER! When accidents
occur you, can save both time
redecorated. Close in. Won-
FOR RENT Furnished
I Success It Has Been To Date derjul location for beauty par- ments. Reasonable rates.apart-Near I and money if you see your

,,1. [If f in business lor or business with living shopping center. Phone 869 i Chirppractor cases promptly readily accepted. Insurance -
\dYe Invite You To Visit you are engaged under any name cuarters. -W. H. Nollmaatfchg 2011 or call at 213 8. Cherry The Bollinger Chiropractic -
From St. [Shell Oil Co. Office. tfch Clinic at 426 N. Walnut is
c>dur Attractive Model Home FOR SALE-Spacious 3 bed-j FURNISHED I open evenings until 9 p.m.
room. 2 bath home. 19' x 24' i' APARTMENTS: I Problem cases given special

!' nd See How, You Can Move L aRue other than your own, and have not had this name wall living to room wall carpeting.with fireplace 15' x 'I Inquire lights 321 West and Bullington Madison water St.Studio furnished.tfchgPEYTON or attention.BE SURE to see WORLD 2tp 4-26

""tour 18' family room. Nice kitchen BOOK before buying en
Family Into A Brand mm
with garbage disposal House I FLORIST
orp. full air conditioned. Screen I J I 119 S. THOMPSON ST. cyclopedia. It A. Payne, rout
New Home For Less Than properly advertised and registered we will be front porch with broken tile t I PHONE 364-4155 local representative since 1951.
"BETTER floor. 2 car garage. ', Well NIGHT S64-3S91 or 149-101 Box 603. Ph. 964-3784 tfclur a
Rent Payments landscaped. Located across DISTINCTIVE FLOWEES WE DON'T
BUILT. x street from Lake Geneva. We Wire Flowery Anywhere
V* t Phone 4261. Keystone Heights.Fla. ticks Sell you we help you buy.
HOMES i glad to give you all necessary Information as to Itchg Good selection of new and

laRue Corporation HELP WANTED FEMALE- used 8' and 10' wide :Mo-
I MORTGAGES Sewing machine operators. bile Homes.
Mortgages available to build Immediate full time q: enings.
what should do. new homes or remodeling. No experience required. LAKE LAKE GENEVA
a Builders of Better [I you 100% Loans BUTLER APPAREL COM- TRAILER PARK
,LA RUE CORPORATION PANY. 3tchg 4-26 1 mi. SE of Keystone Hts,

,I 400 W. Madison-Phone on Route 100
fsft Built Homes .TTELEGAPH ," 9648641. ALL TYPE LAWN MOWERS *
i 400 W. Madison Ph: 964-8641 : FOR SALE JOHNS phone 8S4-1441. GOOD frixerators USED at Ranges prices you and can're-

.', Ready mix concrete concrete !
if dig tffprd.North Florida
.' jl block oiers. fence posts, sand 412 E. Call St. tfchr-
cement mortar mix. rock. steel FOR RENT 3 room an
I, oyster shell nmrock, and roof electric equipted apartment.To .I FOR RENT -2 bedroom unfurnished
I' travel Phone 964-2521. tfchg single or Christian couple. apartment. Phone
'I''i'i Bn&ori E& ineering C*. Phone 9691545. tfchff' 984-4921. tfchzf

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1 Bradford County Telegraph

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._._ _l_ ___'__._ ....._._._._._._._._._. satisfactorily. Water Resources of Florida, I strongly recom- Choir, and they really did
Start by making an outline mend that all persons inter- some fine singing.
Home Demonstration of your sweater on heavy Master Plan ested in water resource devel- Our news is short again, as BUILDING CONTRACTING
brown wrapping paper. If the opment make an effort to at- all can see-but all we have
Notesby To Be Presented
.; neckline or wrists have tend the public presentationsheld been able to do for the past

ti Wri stretched out of shape run,in Secretary of State Tom in their areas," Adams week is cough. No time or at its best .
DOROTHY ROSS several rows of lastex thread. said.YYYYYTYYYYYYYvyYvyyyy. energy for writing news. Will i
Adams has announced that
/ Home Demonstration Agent Wash sweaters frequently North Floridians will soon geta try to do better next time. ADDITIONS I IY

before they become badly soil- look at a master plan for !
flower container, flowers, and ed. Wash each sweater sepa- TTTTYYYYYTTTTTTTTTTTTSTATE REPAIRSExpert
Tuna Casserole development of their water resources -
I p rately by the hand 'method Bayless Hiway Charley tT4,
A very ,tasty and nutritious greenery. through year
Always button cardigans be- FARM and Authorityon
main dish for the lenten season Later sessions on other top- 2,000. E.
fore washing. Turn all sweaters 'it
or any time Is Tuna cass- ics will be held as requestsare The comprehensive plan, By Mrs. A. C. EllisAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
erole. You can use tuna made by the members. wrong side out. which, includes the Suwannee [By Mrs. E. F. Majrton] Johnsabout Docks and Boat Houses

chicken, or ham. This program is sponsoredby Carefully pretreat all spots River system will be unveiled I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
and soiled areas at the neck- in Mr. and Mrs. Loran Conner
a series of public presenta-
Combine cup celery cut the Agricultural Extension line and cuffs before launder- I Friends of Mrs. J. D. Simp- this
and question
tions family of Miami were : PHONE
by the U. S. Com-
fine nutmeats Service Miss Ross, I
one-half broken Dorothy
: cup will .
ing by applying thick soap mission for weekend guests of Lawton son regret to learn that tirU
t Southeast River
M ; 1 cup chow mein dry home demonstration agent. suds with a soft brush or your Basins. Conner. she is very ill in the Medical "More than 75,000 insur- 533-2072
noodles [Chinese; 1 cup 4-II Exhibits fingers. Bradford County is a Center in Gainesville.Mr. ance claims have been filed
of the Mr. and Mrs. M.
part Suwannee River L. Conner
mushroom soup; onefourthcup 4-H girls are making exhibits and Mrs. W. L. Murphywere
Use cold-to-lukewarm wa- pystem due to the fact that and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Con- on the storm-battered East P. 0. BOX 709
water; 1 cup tuna [small on their projects in club weekend visitors in Ocala.
I ter. Mild soap flakes or cold Santa Re River, which drainsa ner attended the Conner reunionat Coast New Jersey alone JIMMY RICKS
can], chicken, or ham. Bakeat I meetings this month. Junior Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Meyer of I STARKE, FLA.
water soap are preferable. large part of this county is Camp Oleno near Fort White
has $80,000,000 estimated
350F for 25 minutes.
girls exhibiting project work Birmingham, Ala., and Mrs. I
Wash quickly and gentlySubmerge1 a tributary of the Suwannee. Sunday.Mr. .
Flower Arranging will be eligible for Camp in Donald Busby and son of Or- damage. .However, only a
A flower arranging workshop July and Senior girls will be the sweater com- Adams, who is Florida's rep- and Mrs. Emory Levi: lando were guests last week of fraction of the total dam-
is being planned for eligible for the Short Coursein pletely in the soapy bath and resentative on the Study Com- spent Tuesday with his sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Swan. age caused by the storm .
women of the Hampton com- Tallahassee. The Short Avoid let it soak 3 to 5 minutes.' mission, said the public pres- Mrs. Ophelia Moore, of Brooker. Mrs. R. p. McLendon and will be covered by insurance Southern Fried Chicken, Plates
any rubbing or agita- .
entations, involving river bas- son, Tommie, it is
munity. All who are interested Course is held at FSU in Tal- tion. were guests ol reported.
Squeeze the suds gently ins in 32 North Florida coun- .Mr. and Mrs.Woodrow Thomas Mrs.'O. R.-McDoneil and faim the Charley E. Johns
in learning to arrange lahassee in June and is a free
flowers are invited to the trip for senior girls who have soil.through Never the sweater twist to remove wring.I I i ties,will get under way in Tal- and family of Brooker were ly in Tampa last weekend. Lit. Agency provide a free survey (Half Fry) $$125Half

workshop in the Hampton City met certain requirements in Now rinse two or three or timesin lahassee on May 15, and con- Sunday dinner guests of :Mr. tle Robin McDonell underwent of one's policies and
and Mrs.
Hall Thursday April 26, at their project work. tinue through the summer. Emory Lewis. surgery there last Saturday. risks to be sure that in-
clear water of temperature
some -
Mrs. Orene Cowart, Mrs. Vir-
130. It will last about two Washing Woolen Sweaters The outline of plans for surance coverage is adequate -
' to remove all suds. development of the Suwannee gie Bleasdale, and Everett and ?" I Gal. Jug 48c
hours. Your treasured woolen Carefully roll the sweater River system will be presentedat Lloyd Padgett visited relativesin NOTICE IS M I L K
Everyone attending will sweaters withstand laun- HEREBY GIVEN
can between two bath towels to
Avon Park
last .
a meeting in White Springson Saturday.The that the undersigned, desiring Charley E. Johns Gal. Jug 92c
want to work, so bring scis- dering. Here are some pointers remove excess moisture. Place May 17. WMU, Brotherhood, to engage in business under the -
sors, a needle point holder a to help you wash them sweater to fictitious name of "WESTERN.
shaping RA's
on paper and GA's will Agency
Adams hailed the planningas STORE at (Plus Deposit on Bottle)
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sketchced outline and dry at a "milestone in the devel- the church Monday night at' 312 West Call Street in the City
of Starke, ,
Intend to PHONE 964-0121
Appliance -- Radio Television room temperature. opment of North Florida's rich 7:30.There ister the said name with the FRIDAY & SATURDAY
When nearly dry brush and virtually untapped water will be an Easter egg Bradford Clerk of the Circuit Court of 131 S. Walnut St.rio1.
sweater with a soft brush to resources." It provides for hunt at the church at 3 p. m. CARL County D., MINX Florida. .
remove pills or cut them off step-by-step .development of All children are asked to bring MARTHA ANN MINX PRODUCE SPECIALS*!
SERVICE AT ITS BESTTrained [small yarn balls that formon these areas over the next 40 eggs and come join In the fun. 4-12 4t 63 I

surface]. For a fine fin- years. Thought for the week; .

ish, cover sweater with a press Adams said that the Com- "God's will is the very perfection : BANANAS Ib. . - IQc
In Each cloth and it with of all
Experts Dept. press your mission report is probably the reason.-Edward
steam !iron.Spring most comprehensive study ever -Payson. NEW BRADFORD COUNTY

I attempted in the develop- "Aworking REPAIRSON IRISH POTATOES 5 Ibs. 29c
Gay'sHome Brings ment of natural resources in
DEPENDABLESERVICE the nation. He emphasizedthat gal ALL MAKES\
Mowing TipsNow the long-range planningIs CLAY HILL. BLACK-EYED PEAS lb. - 22c

CALL 1 that the grassgrowingseason federal"by venture.no means It strictly providesfor a. needs a pall! /| F4STSERVICE TOMATOES lb. . tOe
By Mrs.
is here again, the Flor- J. L. StricklandtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA l'!
I I ida State Board of Health joint participation at the/
964.7511 A A A A A A BELL PEPPER 4c
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AppliancesAUTHORIZED warns power mower operatorsthat federal, state, and local levels, T-hid. 117 I per
"what you can't see CAN he explained. Frank and Ada Frier, and N.raxWba&telidrtpfc iist ByFACTORY
hurt you." Included in the long-range Freddie and Julia Ellington STRAWBERRIES .- qt. - 50c
DEALERS FOR planning are proposals for a from the Kingsley Lake area tlwrtpt TRAINED
George Gehres, head of theboard's NOB3PI> *
multitude of projects including called on Uncle GREENS-bunch------
and Aunt
0 accident prevention i re d i satr
Maytag Frigidaire Zenith construction of dams and hy- Bessie Strickland,
program,states that one of the and the p-- N
GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND. UP most dangerous factors in droelectric for plants, the tamingof and family cousins Faye England, and 1"Mtrtatt no+basloagsrtasu.N? Work Guaranteed Open from 1 .10 Daily
-_ power mowing is the strikingof rivers navigation one night last week. a. m.- p, m.
for Susie
hidden objects by whirl- flood control, provisions Padgett underwent no BULLINGTON'SAppliances
conservation and to a>l..+s '
improved soil surgery have cataract
ing rotary blades."Sometimes a removed -
a blade strikes drainage, forest, fish and wild I from one of her eyes s4j. CONEY ISLAND'
something and breaks off, the life conservation, development. last Friday. She is to have
broken piece spinning a long of new water recreation areas, one removed from the other Phone 964-6551
way to hit someone" Gehres fresh water supplies for homes eye as soon as the operationcan w. ) I 516 E. BROWNLEE STREET
said. "Across the nation and industry and water for be safely performed. t .
hundreds of persons are hurt irrtgat1on--- 1-t 1 Bessie 'Strickland and May = 9RWAIR COLOR ..
each year by these flying ob- The .economic benefits of Bell Norman were in Starke !t.r..r. we..iwhr '
, such a program defy imagina- Monday to have their pill bot- It aarruq. ,
' jects which can be as deadly
said. tles
Adams refilled.
as bullets," he added. tion, Secretary -aw.Ym.s.eSs ss. .MI
"While no dollars and cents Highland Sunday School had ""..
Mile North of City Limits-U. S. 301 Here are a few simple rules
to help avoid hurting yourself valuation can be attached at 67 present last Sunday, and
OPEN7DAYS 7 AM. -11 P.M. or someone else while using this time to these varied proJ- 51 of these were 100 per cent
ects, it is safe to say that this members. Those Adult Men
a power mower: CountyTELEGRAPH
Weeds and grass can hide program will provide one of walked off with the banner I .
dangerous objects so clear the the greatest single boosts to again. The Adult Ladies rana \I' :
FOR lawn before mowing. growth and prosperity in FlorIda's close race with 12 out of
history he added. 13 members present, but one
Keep hands and feet away S
from moving blades. "Because of the importanceof : came in late and wasn't counted. -
Easter to the future We had
Do not mow when othersare this planning 17 in the Junior

g close by. .,
Cut sidewise on hills-not I

up and down.Don't grounded.Never refuel a hot engine- Vote for and Support ; ;
use an electric ma- (
, PORK CHOPS STEAK chine where there Is dampness it Don't can catch walk fire.away from the
and always be sure it's W.% Roberts Jr.
LB. 59c machine and leave it running. P! George .

LB. I For County Commissioner

49cGRADE NOTICE I i iI DIST. NO.2 (North Starke) ,R'al :
A ; O A Native Son. Interested In The Progress
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PICNICS EFFECTIVE MAY\ 1, 1962, THE MINIMUM\ \ \ i $ O Promises An Efficient And BusinessLike -

29c CHARGE FOR ANY LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTRUN !I I Operation Of our County Govern. 6:10:]0 X X15 BlACK TUBED tPup.J'aa'l, ;

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GOOD ALL MEAT Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated ';,


\ 1, 1962

LB. LBS. goo _
59c 3'
$1.50 Per Inch for First Insertion 1

!' $1.00 Per Inch for Each Successive Insertion F LUS ux AND Ii ? Ni
can - :

EATWELL TUNA can 19c ,
i -

GA. RED The New Scripto .

TOMATOES 8 cans . $1.00 30 INCH STANDARD '

VAN CAMP No. 2ft Can Business Line Ball Pens \ \ _


1 \
PET With $5.00 Food Order Only and RefillsFOR SvIuI

MIL K 8 eans - $1.00 .

MAXWELL HOUSE 25c each $$129w!

COFFEE 1 16. tin em- 69c only Trade y if/il?



ICE MILK % gal. . 59c with Refills lOc ea. GAS Lowest Low CompetitorAs In Price As Oar MO: IU fyJfi $ gL1t PIeS tug m

Pure Sugar Cane Syrup qt. 49c BLUE As Hot As The Hottest


GRITS or MEAL 5'lba. . 29c FINE OR' MEDIUM POINTS For' Quick, Dependable Service ; 01 !

SHOWBOAT The most .economical: BOTTLED 'AND BULK' ,

can - -

-JIM'S BEST writing ever devised. L. B. ALVAREZ GIB BROWN'S SHUFORD'S

BLACKEYE PEAS ean tOe Pyrofax Gas Service
Bradford County Telegraph Service Station Service Station Service Station

PURE LARD 8 lb. bucket $1.38 220],1:. TEMPLE AVE.


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flattered, of course. But yes- I I I the values and pleasut of >rear of 1961 are now delinquent Starke Cabinet Works 21.14 County Commissioners of Brad S.m* T.taJ t
: 'ind beginning; April 1st Biyjtaxes I\ Starke Dry Cleaners 312.77 ford County Florida, this 3 day: Amoco Service Station 7.s1
terday morning, as I lay WITH YOUR cleaning up vacant lots back- arg- ,drawing. Intjrst of] Starke Radio and of April A.D. 1962. Bells Garage 8.zt;
yards. roadsides.: etc. Mr. 1 one per. cent per month plus the j Television 129.33 I Charles A. Darby Charles W. IMas 7.1.>
thinking, tears came into my proportionate cost "or publishingtmsjiqlice. Starke Re-Cap Co. 83.63 Clerk Ii Coney Island hop 7 88

eyes and I grew dizzy and sick COUNTY AGENT. Bob ,Demorest, _,.......- .must enjoy- Unless the amounts W. J. Studstill 4.47 (OFFICIAL SEAL) Credit Bureau of Starke 3.M
.. keeping .the_vacant tot-; across] set opposite each name beloware'patdbefore'the Percy Sullivan 21.14 4-19 Gold House Restaurant 76.05
the .JoJuL.L-Taxlox. 12.S.O. Aurelius Green, Gro. 3.S3
at my stomach. It was 'of 1st--day off
the street in front ourmowedj : f
Colon Thomas 6.55 Gulf Service Station 124 i
1962 will
May warrants be issued CITIOF FLORID
most 'awful feeling and I cried h CJn.lj1RIl4; t the .eQll.direc.Un&)leyjy. upon -, D L. Thomas 14.&S STARKF H. H. Houston 15.4: I
I J. W Thomas 23723 I i NOTICE OF: UNLtID.DELIQtENT i iI A. R. Johnson t.Son Gro. *S.I&
out as! tried to threw up.. the seiaucfc. .ot the -tangible
I Lon1ld giJhiuhalfee@g
: S" 7?
r gurqesstfofaPONCA. personal property of, the tax- Murray Tilhu.au UTI I TANGIBLE H. A. Lawson t
with stomach : I .
my empty z of '.saJIfaeiQ 1}. payers for unpflihi.taxes, penalties Tmeys ,Service' St. 3363;; PROPERTY T4XE.S M. G. McMillian l 41Pmeaqm :
: NEBRFraii&anij = could not get up beCause.. butigxves.M1 pleasant svifiw and additional costs. Then TryM.:-Cafe> 8.63'I Alt provided by chapter 20728 Motor Court: 16.117,
5.a. me ofT, 4ilaquftnt.! pejsjaiaj. Bruce Tyson! 3.23 acts of 1941, notice is hereby Herbert Prescott Serr.; Sta 4 09
was dizzy. Ijustha4toliethere. fran1Iutr..l \ PQr.clqQtrvqtJiaocla1m property taxpayersand- the Underbids 'Drl\: "-InIt 62.89 1 given that: tangible personal ll! Lester Prevail 46.05

'Theeiw..14taLt 4a. waiting to greet us along with When morning come. ; amounts of taxes Including the Unity Afl4iIryarfle Cafe 8.83. property taxes assessed for the I Radio' Starke Inc: 38.18 6.66
4 4? Russ s Place
1961 delinquent
are now
: year
meaIng. I Ul
'. lone It is nearly Easter and and I had fever. I told Don __'I Spring Clean-up Week. Do Amoco Service'Station.: 21.14RobertH. Mrs-.Mae Theroih D... Whtdden, Sr. 6.55 : taxes are drawing interest ofl j< Fla. .Pest Control &: ChemicalCo 1'02
teakettleandIwouldtrytogetup. .. Am 8-&S WiUett 4.47 t one percent per month plus proportionate !
for the daysvof 1P11ft '.. Spring here is late. Last weekon to put on the ,,'t,, ., I your ,part. Azalea YDtetJ 68.W Madid 'Williams! 4.47 I cost;: of publishing South Eastern Tank Service Truck 4.09

\VatdU Ut1uof Thursday it'was warm and I managed .mY".. Tobacco WormsLast ITaywood' Ba'rton 4:47: -- II the notice. Unless the amountsset Rest. By: B. T. Thomas 15 7-; >
to without getting .. "' I I fharles. Beasley 6.5Uel opposite I each name below I i Stop
get I
up i.SII
Jesus; ; ;. ,. I hung clotheson year .we ,set; .a, record r tarke Cabinet WorkA
sunny, my ; : 14 Air 66 Service. Station %2.54Rei1 i are paidbefore the 1st of !May I 113.93StaRatiO.a4. :
Gazing:., toward, the Savior lines in the b ckyard for dizzy, but my head "still sore I .JlL111 for 'a ,county average yield( jof !! 'Garage 8.63 IN Li::AND COUX1'Y.FOR JUDGE'S BRADFORD COURT,j.4 A.D.. 1962, warrants wUl be]!. Starke: Dry Cleaners.
jt-1........ ... yet. I think worry did it. R. D. Bennett ..51 COUXTTV'FLORIDA.' issued thereon directing the levy!I I 4741\
-.r.. ;u .. ".. a the first time to, dry. I love flue-cured tobacco. We top- G. Benton 4.47 I the.seisure of tangible i[: Tele-vislon' .
Some-.are looking ou:with; to, feel the warm,. sun and.' Don is still weak and sleepsa By G.T", Huggins ped 1,700 pounds per. acre Emory rhades 'W'..'BR-s:. 19.0 i la RILEY re; Estate SMITH' of WASDIX dec. personal upoji property: of the taxpayers i i: StarKe Tle-f Service l.ap (Station'.(). 30 1242:? i

hatred, and heard flock of wild lot. Time is running out 100pqundXper Blue L11* 4.47.! NOTICE OF FILING PETITIONDISCUAJRGB \ for unpaid taxes pen I l Tine. a.' Csfe :u
saw a I I I bifc *tft arj .fitgj.abou.t!! Harold Bores :21.14 FQJ.Ji'INA I alties.and, additional costs, the I II Try il Ina 2U.J:
Some with anguished hearts geese going overhead. It and I feel it.QoicktTCof.fee.Cake1. ,I acre short of the .Ta..nieaVW Bjasier. 4U91Hv ISISTUATRIX-- _!. .--OF names of* delinquent personal Underhill'DrUe- :5 L'

of Is.;. It Over. ? State ., We-ought- not- c.. BtpWA, 8.63. -TO- ALt/WHOM I prjrttaxi payers and the I Unity Cafe Warren 7 The '
prayer. mqd& roej fg$ happy. average MAY -CON of the including Cranford -.
; Pam 'Brown 12.8WT4.A amount taxes .
dark Two cups flour sifted; 3 At:the time ,of this. writing,.! satisfied' until top CERX.Notice!- I and the,. Jewelry lo; *
Downthe.years from, .robins hopped,about and sang to be we Can'dva. 375.16. the cojst of I 1 *i
Golgotha .... a I onthe lawn, Gabby had fun teaspoons baking. powder
Men are looking, gazing still chasing them.Yesterday.morning. eggs; 1 cup milk; 1 cup sugar; perature is..abQut.45 degrees have already caused 'Mflto B.)!Cajifmaa'-D.: tarter lfr.80RJ 12.86 dinn1stratrix -of- ;th.eie5t4te- of' -- ... .

Toward, a cross that stands I awoke 1 teaspoon vanilla; % cup I ''after a low of: about 33. last some damage.-- If you< re-set, 'Robert. 'CU..p.m".'. 12.8ttFred'Cple. miey that I Smith have Wasdin filed petition, deceased: for';'

triumphant. about 3 a.m. Gabby wanted melted oleo. Preheat the oven I ,jnighi. We "know, that there be sure to 'put.,a ;.wirewormkilling conant'. !" 41.9&Marcus ..UTRuby tin apply at diicllu e, and.that I.will i !I TjjT I 1:0' t 1
at 400 degrees. Grease a 9xS l (were, scattered.patches pf ftost : Cook 12,80Kdward to-the Honorable xTher6n I : :
On that heavenreachinghill. out. So I took him down togo solution in the water \ "tawBj County Jdcel. J :

.. -., -. I .out-the back door. I saw square pan. Mix this topping:; and .where that frqst,fell qn There' areseveral:: materialslike D'Hj; Crawford R. Corbett. 16,14 4:47: : ford County'\, Florida' t'Brad'l! II! .:: : __.:! I
And the look of faith, by the clock what an early one-third cup -brown, sugar 'jour: tender. : beans, cucumbers, chlordane and Lindane 1 .PauliL.* ._Crawford,. Jr: 1.97 fo ,ap, 1 JO"62., ; ,Friday:8f tl.e; at'10Q sin.e:and.. .for.1I. !
uplifted houM was. I felt sleepy, so firmly ,packed 3 .tablespoons squash.etc,, there was. some that are.good. The.next worm Zarv Credit Crawford''Bueain: >fJ Starke. 12.80 8.63 final, ,discharge. as administratrix i iof : : LEGAL ADVERTISING Ri\lt ,

God- has,'promise4 ta hurried' to get in bed. I. lay flour; 1 tablespoon melted Idamag[ At 8 a.m. Mrs.. Eve- to look fort will probably be. M. I* Crews 6.55 'the. estate'dei .
forgive. .r. there awhile thinking of the butter. Mix all tog ther hI'small ,a Ijrij Ritch' hollered,: across; the bucUworms. ..., ?.. u Thomas Bernard > bowl and,set aside. Now.. \street to me, "I'rrC afraid my Fent!>' 9.8& EDWARDS WASDIN, j I Insertion
Watchers at the cross of future. As a rule I do not : The, old standby for bud- Mary Administratrix tha.ealate of! !: $j,5Qper. Inch, 1st
to mix the cake pa .t, put garden is gone." One thing Fla: FencePost Co. 3U." Riley. Smith. ;WasdLa I I .
4eceas ,
Jesus, let myself worry for I just say, worms has.been DDT or.para- J.:A.,Gnann.: '- 8,63 "" -': t.
Look f to him and you' shall.r "God take care of things." flour baking powder and.. 1 \fotl sure' ,, these, cold.. nights thion. A-newer. material thatis Gold.House Rest. 208.61 THOMAS Attorneys: -*4i'PIERCE Law.:'* 1 1! : > inch each successive,insertion

live. But this time I could not teaspoon salt in a bowl. In ;,!hay not-helped? out crop/$itlUation ..good all.the way -through: Aurelius Harry I"Green Green Gro. 52 8.63.8Ancil & 203-20*. North ''Temple Ave. i $ltQOvp r

I -Ruth Gibbs Zwall throw off a feeling of woe for another bowl mix eggs, milk, after- we. experienced" for bud-worms And horn- W.. Griff 12.80B Stark.' ',. Fla. George H;-Price! !!' I j t '.' .T .r; .. ."

I l love, the above Ea. tec the future. have been hap- sugar vanilla.* and melted !cold and wind last Sunday worms is SEVIN Dolph. T. Griff Grfffis* :21.14 3.22 Attorney. ,

poem. If one will 'but stopto py working with my good Don. butter at medium speed. Blend !night. From the Brooker If our, growers use the right Jake F. Gruber; 5.30 ,4-5 4t 4-26 1 :i INUIUM.CHARGE- FOR ANY LEGAL
the flour at low speed. Pour ; N G. Hayes, reported OUlf Service Station 33.63 TilE ) .
think of the great suffering \* all, these. years. But like I area. practices, and.weather- condi- BillyTL.: :: .. Hagan.'"' 4.47 OF LENGTH.
our SavIor. who' diedthatour had to give up Digger. I, will in greased pan. Cover, with I by telephone that his beans. tions are good- we-can ,hope Leroy W. Hain.es.. 10.71Jftck'HaH" Notice is hereby QTI E: given that.' ADVERTISEMENT, REGARDLESS

sins might bE$fOfg yen. He, soon,have to, give up the work topping and bake about 25'! i had, already been damaged. to.top our 1961 yield Howard Hampton' 2WHm.Ev 697. the following;.Clerks.and Inspectors : WILL BE.$510Q,

hit, slapped spit. We minutes.I !! Sunday is Easter and may- ,Hamper. 4.47 : have. been appointed for #.
was UPOn. here. did have a funeral: tbe First- Primary Elecfl n. to &
and ridiculed. He, had. done last; Thursday, A man just just;took a two-layei; cake !I be, then.we can'come out with. .. Oeorgre DAve'Henderson'Alvin Harvey 21.14 7.80 be.. held.. Tuepdayv JUyr 8,, A.D. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
I will puta and);tra.W 1962 tn the varlous precincts of
out of the oven. short sleeve shirts
himself. Everyday Joseph-E. HUdeJxrand 4.41 -
no sinning 56 died. Don and I took care : Bradford Couaty FlorldaPcecIne.No. }

I seem,.to,understand and ofi him and he looked hand cream filling between the ![hats in hopes that damaging_ EQbtiC&1.Annotiicenients. Luther Henry'F. J.>:Hodges.Hlpps; 12.01 447- ..1 -- Lawtey -t.. .., .

love my Savior more. It will some. Everyone tells us we layers, using the egg. yolks. : cold weather might be over. .7 John Hofer. 16.97.4ltane pecttrs Clerk:: Ethel.Mary B D.; Moore Reddish,AVrfma; In- I

not be so bad, to pass away can do better work'than any Don ,likes white cake. It. has Thinking of Easter, it may A:.'R ohnson&.Sojx se ;Jo.hnson' 12.80. S. Wainwright, S. rM5 Bto.WBa'rid .:..-. Vote For k'lee.
been raining here. Yesterdayit not be too much out of placeto .f *.. ft: < i ;. 104.7i(; Earl C; Mosfey. .. NI
Savior is Gr
knowing a loving one in Sioux City. We are ., Prtaa.tNo..J! ; N rk .StarkeClerl ar
----- -- __ drizzled about all day. and remind folks that there Cephus JoKnson '. 447 t. Charles Hardy,; Inspectors rr CFl ,, ,
-; - night. The grass is getting will be an Easter Sunrise Noel P. Joyner 65!; : EJizabeJb T. Shallot, I "
% COMMISSIONER August .KtIlV'1J\1\! Doris. "E. NorMan; Juanita M.
), green. I rendered out hog Service this Sunday morning, DISTRICT TWOI Irma S., Kennedy. 4.47 H@r.m';;:} Mary El a': Watteraou1slargaret ,, '
fat yesterday so I can have starting at 6:30: a.m. in the. Tlntd Kink!! 3.22j l T. BIankenship; liyr
's/ hereby announce my candi- L1im rees -Truck Stop 41,96 tls O. Dennis and Helen SN. r1int
r nice fresh lard for pie dough.: football stadium. In case of dacy for County Commissioner, ;Mack Lane, .. 6.55-! Sapp.
? POWER-UP I love the Spring rain, for: rainy weather, the service'wiU District Two (North Starke) .TunJnflec' Lansdell'! 31.55 Precinct >o. 3 -. Hwatli Starke
subject to the May primarlee. .f: F? 1aed.r 12.8'T1 Clerk Raymon4. 1.. stone; .
Rain that falls in winter is be held in the Br.adf.ord. High I am a native of Bradford A. Lwson 101.21: Inspectors: E. Duggar Jones, 11'f. ,
out of tune and drear- School auditorium. County; a farmer, cattleman, James Z.'fft'e 4.47 EdwardV..: Coolb'erthDorothy 'f'. ;
and taxpayer, and have ther' best (V II Lowell 6.55 J. Sheppard, Jo. Ella-Hardy and FOR
Beating at the ice-grey Plastic Program Progress, interest of the entire county at Arrhte. MrPallman 4.4' Gere H. Johns. .f..': %. ',' "" I
: earth, two cold to care or We feel, that there has been i heart. I sta.nd.for honest' sincerity James McCormick' 1071 Preotact >v 4,--" GrvJiftmClefk >, ; ., .
: and In "t. O. MrMillian 41,98 ; #
: economy our coun- ; ClarencE J. Frazier "
hear. progress over the past two ty government and, if elected, Er1n.MnzP4*. 119.04 Inspectors Frances M:'" CYews, 1L .t County Commissionerrr.i
,, :
Autumn rain is gloomy, rattling years in the use., and, results .1 wlU put f ottb.:mjLifcatettorta -Tohnnip: \ Montgomery 12.8ft. Buwe'BroqgMOQ. an.d >Thelma I ; \ ..
for mv district and the Fernte Moody 19 47I C. \OJ> .
county BroughtpiuPreclnet .. .
down the leaves, of our plastic, mulching- on &t-larg: .** I Howard C Murphy :20.71! >o. 5 Hampton : : ". (y'a\.L )
C u rge
1 NEW HOMELITE Tapping, whimpering. at the strawbery laud. When we -.A,- B. WHITEHEAD f Car.Jps Musproye: 104.4 Clerk;; 'Ww HI Maxwell: : Inspectors \ !!
,tell Albert W# Norman 6.55 : Neta V,. Johnson,, tTh -.. ., ,
glass, have strawberry grower w Clifford_ Piekett 8.6.3Hpibe :Mary E. Forsyth and Lillian L: I : '"
SUPER Rustling at the leaves. us that they have been, watch- FOR.COUJVJTCOSUff SSIOXER.D18T8LQTFOVB : t Prescott" .. Service flail. Commissioner
Station 11.01Testefc Precii-ct Xo. 6 Theressa Vote fQr Marklee\ Starling for County
Summer rain slants softly, ing the ue of this plastfcufor : S 126.13
n Pr vatt- Cl rk John M. Hammond
\: : ;;
WIZ Warm, sweet, and slow two years .and that.next' year I candidate 'for. Harry; H, Rabh. Jr. 6.55 Inspectors: Mattie Sibley,' 'Virginia North Starke (District Two> County At Large ,
am a
( County 104.46JJriuttY
Or pours with sudden thun- they will definitely' use plastic, CowzuJs1unr1 Dlsric' 4, con 1 Radio Start-Riyn' Inc. 655Mr Grann.T. Dryden and Elsie B ? born in Bradford County anfl. lived in Bradford ;
He I
all feel good, Two of-the prlsingTheressa, iHa.D1pt4; n; and 4.47 :. was
der clap we N, R.Rsler: \ Precinct No. 1 New River he
To cool the parch below. most recent reports like.this 'Graham h ve.. Mrved: 1county-at-large this ). fair s I !Busses? P)!';" 11:311 20.34i desk: Mana L. Wiggins.! Inppectors .. .County alibis liIeeNcepl: Jbe.J" years was
couity Rajs AJ: SWaa r, : Herbert Q. Parrish of the County.
the problems
from Mr. WUU&.Reddish and JUst to all; and will continue 6.1i in Service. He knows
I But. the rain that. falls in come. :ToT dcO eo.H reacted EJ7I;! r ,R. f'r-l 9.59Paflhtl' Beulah Mae Moody and Leon
!I springtimeIt's and Willis. Dsaji, AH..this tWs-off.icev. i am a,w JdF anddonot'hae Rudolph: 165. ? DLllces Prwlmct, >o.. 8 Brooker Your vole and support will be greatly app eciated.

I 1.' ,;- strengthens 0 U r conviction: 'any, other, job to 1-ttt. E'e,!,,, ,, Tank >. ''Clerk Grace G. Bigham; In. .. .
silver notes unpenned, interfere-: with me in giving full .: ; "b 11.01r..8f. Theo -Dyal, LuciliEdwaiis .'' .: '1 Pd.L Pol. Adv.) .1
strawberry :
in.o r spectore-
that *
progress:.: tlmuto this implrtan. otyce : ... "," I'
ib' I\ Is like a first young love .! production programs involves 'X would like 'express ,my R.81t.P3' ,T; Thira. TrucK> ,,: i 35'BT, ORDER-OF and Ruby th B.,..Board Haj-es.01 r.;- .-. I ,.. : .'
thanks tG'each'ofle t24G
song,' .-4. A*..,..,, -......,. at- \three-definite: .. >>" you $4 for, Stop .- ..: .'''.. -'U >>_.., "'"!: r_J -... !r ........-..............,... ..'-.
Or the handclasp of a practices: s'ili testingsoil' w&iUd appreciate.your' vote. in i- ..;.7U. ; d' -- ..... ;; .;. 4 -- f* 4
d :
Packs More, friend. fumigation, and' the use oj .,.,".Thank' ,,,- you 'so :much' t. "DEMOCRA-Tlfc I
plastic m% Ch1ng. JESSIE fc. CHASTAJN

Wood Cutting Power -Helen Baker AdamsSo As. soon, as "you/ know,.what -. Co. SAMPLE PRIMARY BALLOT !1

let it rain and make the FOR COUNTY .
piece of land you will use for COMMISSIONER. ut',1 : -
... .
strawberries next : \ '
flowers bloom and year .
Big brother of the famous Homelite Wi%.the new Homefite grass grow. County To .thCUi, >ps..o*"w.pifot! $ ., MAY 8, 1962 ,
should get -information about ; ;
Super Wiz is designed and built to take the toughest Happy Easter! All my love soil testing and have a..test I 4.am, "a candidate forCounty r .

pounding Qf pulp cutting.Ideal for rugged saw-Jog cutting I God bless you every one. CommissionerDistrict Starve; : :.- .Two: BRADFORD-COUNTY--
made for that soil. A liming (North, ) In the); Dmocratic <
New gives greater displacement,more i : : Primary ofMay 8. I
too. larger cylinder -MOTHER LURA, effec- wfca ,
is much ,
The rugged pyramkkeed; valve gives ft even more I program born, and reared. Inj Bradford 1 PRECINCT NO. 2
power. II tive if_ the needs are., known Countyand. if you entrust ma .. ,
power. And Homedte's new.Micro-Mesh Polyester Fiber I PENTECOSTAL material with this important offlefe, I.pledge '
and the is applied ..
,to, 'carry .out 'ItW I duties
Air Filter cuts downtime, adds profitable production time. : 5
I HOLINESS CHURCH several months ahead of set .wlth.\ bonesty sincerity, and fair"nes in the
the ballot mark a cross ( ) square
is printed on
*'to :a.IL" a' 2t : < To:Vote,for perspn whose name ..
the new Homelite Super We and let us St. ting plants. .
Come in see 334 W. Brownlee
Your .
I vote and active '
I supportol .- the-RIGHT-oithe name of the person' for-whom you des4 ..,.; '. )- *
explain aR of its o outstanding advantages. I Sunday' School 10 a. m, Spring Clean-Up. Week.I appreciated.mf.candidacy,will bg**&.Uy, ...,. ..

Morning Worship, 11 a. m< read an editorial in a -OUorgek.:W. RotJJr1! ; '

STARKE RECAP CO. I Evangelistic Service, 7:30: p, neighboring newspaper' last, .. OJ' .. County.

I m. Wednesday Prayer Meet-i week with regards Ufa "face FOR SCHOOL BOARDDJS'l1lW'r".ON Congressional .

ing 7:30: p. m. Saturday lifting" programfor: town and $ ., FORUNITED STATES SENATOR, r FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER

1 Mi. South on U. S. 301 Ph: 964-0221 f Youth Service.. 7:30 pni- country.This: face-li.!ting.pro-.:. A. member151'of1 the1 School .. 'J. .-. );', '. District No. 2 .
I David T. McGhee. pastor. gram had to do with stme'of Board.occupies one of the most (Vote for One)
I. important positioa' lu"" Bradford (Vote for One) .
County 'because tie welfare o(
our children :lmat* QJje--tIU4: n- .
Oin: schools h ve.,Taecome **.blg ROGER L. DAVIS f f -

business" and.,.I ,feeL ,that 'fliY. __. n
experiencefluaUfiea ..me.to, hilpf 1 E\VELL LAWSON.
Savel Join the the! bQu d g \. -ti UJI .valne or.erery' -
dollar spent GEORGE A. SMATHERS f
I, !w's' )( to to express"my:my friend* appreciation for, GEORGE W; ROBERTS, JR.

their support ln.th: past. Tour U : I
vote 'and., support In 'the May DOUGLAS R; VOORHEE&
... primaries will be appreciated I y- MARKLEE-STARLUG. I
-D.. w.. Starliftsv. member: .
Board. Of, Public Instruction FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN ,
Diet; 1, Ivt j.' f U

FDRSCHOOL.BOAED. Eighth Congressional- .District. . .". '. "'" o .

-DISTRICT. .-.- O.NE a.l '",f,. t. (Vef (One) \ .. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER ,

To the voters. of Bradford District Ko. 4
County: ,
I'am a'\,,candidate<< Ll or 6,l00l n (Vote for One)
Board mej&ber; Diatrte. Ofte, JOHN A. MARCELLO
Lawtey. I b e 1ie e.J.: ,
; .ain.qu-
4r10 RAMBLER fied>' for thlSrimcoJtant, : office,
and will beavajlIe.". ap' all 'MATrHEWS' .r 1 nI
tmea.YOlf! YoleYand.: illnjft .D. (BILLY) JESSIE R CHASTAIN
will be'apprec1ate .-" : _
Sincerely, .
gv p:" % OUumuJ.. (Oui) Norma State'J.. A. (R. G.) GRImS UI



COUNTY FLORIDA' : Group No.. 1 :
IX RE, Estate of, District: ?,o. 1
'FRAXKUX. E; BROWN, (Vote for, One) .
deceased. (Vote.lor.One)


.. .. H Notice is hereby given that 4 -- -
I I hate filed my final returns as WILBUR C. KING STZING f
I Executrix of' the. 'Estate of .. : '. .. DAN W. STARLINGr (
Franklin E. Brown.deceased:
; t ..
4 tkat have filed my petition for I I .4 ;? *$" ; '
I distribution and for final discharge 'VILLIAM,JOHN,MASON ,, .. '"

and that, May. 7,. 1862. ; 4 -,. .. .-j..';-.. ," 3f .
will apply to the Honorable, '
_. .'.'.
Theron t -
A. Yawn, County, Judge \-
of Bradford County .Fforida.'fo .. r .<*,.., '',t
approval .of said final .returns UTILITIES COMMISSIONER J :. ,
% and for an. order of distribution : <" ,. .. .... ...
.. aid for final discharge as Eie- 'Group..No2 0< w '
,... "\ .", .' ,'-
-- cutrix of the will of Franklin E. --
,', OWIi. dec ased.. :April II. 1961 (VJpte for. Ode) j .

..: hodaV1ggins. Rhoda.\Vig&1nal. : n'-_ ,
We broke allsafes records October-through-March. Executrix of the Estate of I n' _:' ..
Now get even bigger savings as we go all out to break Franklin E. Brown deceased. JIM\ BL4NTON-: .. ; : '.
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ApriJ"ecordsLWell keep our Rambler sales soaring e' T'C
1.. .
"if. .
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by offering you huge savings. Best economy! Rambler CAR -1" "

American "400" wins Class MA" Mobil Economy Run. RAM,. LE R NqTICFI .ARLts..r ... ... .'. ";-,.. .. .. -..; : i ...
Best mileage of any car, 31.11 miles per gallon with ... > i f ;:). .. .. r. '
As provided by Chapter 20723, '' I I :. :
manualshift.BigsavingsExtra-generousTradeParade! an obviously bettervweln and JEnni'\11; .cA11a' ; '
product Plic Acts. : of 1HI X tk-e is hereby Q4.JI .. ,.
allowances. Join our Rambler Trade Parade now! .. Live! !, that\ taitfible personal - : -
property taies assessed for thi .
JIM FAIRGEORGE r I n- ... .- ., .. ., '. 'yr -., 1.

THE RIGHTi POINT 10"ill! __._ ,

way wdte.. ..m.ia4. I I
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; 528 S: Walnut- St. Starke Fla. select >y..... farorita EST4 ". ,
BROOK. Fountain leD.-rELE,

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I Contract Awarded For Post Office ,
HTTTTTTREYSTONE" ...!yy t"! 1j ; .... record crowd of 65 persons Woman's Club' I of Christine Brantley.Mf. .

'... S MELROSEBy attended- ," The Melrose Woman's Club and Mr|. Phillip Seigler

I j HIGHLIGHTS ., put-of-town guests included I, met at 12 noon Wednesday "arid1 children of Keystone
Construction To Start Soon
j I l\Irs.1Alice RothhammertAAAAAAAAAAAALjAAA Airs Harold Lawrence of thei April 18, in the club house. !Heights Visited relatives here

1"4 'J By Mary\ K. Schacffer 1 i' Keystone, Heights Library, ( A covered dish luncheon' .! .S Sunday a ter oon.

f 1 pirs i .Bea Cooper, library i served followed by & program I 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAs Construction of a new post yard and extending 120 feet C'4 1 board
-- -- ." W| !*'V .-,-::, --;' ;- ; : Mr. and Mrs R. F. Simmons ., member from Keystone, of sacred Easter music, presented : Mrs. Carl Cox of Melrose. is
t office at Keystone Heights is.,, on Cardinal. I' ;; Rev. Fred Yerkes of I .
Astern Star News helps maintain.Into 1 I .S... \ -.p are spending a few days in.: Waldo by Mrs. Gladys Bach- spending. several weeks with
expected to start within the _Col. Ashley said yesterday j : Mrs. Lotta '
:,Keystone Chapter OES 279 this setting were introduced that S. St. Petersburg. I I Wadsworth of Hawthorne ,: mann music chairman. Mr. and Mrs? E. J. Hutson at
2 next two weeks according to the new post office build- j and :i
officers) and members attending such special guestsas Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beard Mrs. Beth Daane Guest artists\ included. Mrs their home ip Grandin.
1 Col. Harold W. Ashley of Melrose ing will be of contemporary i of the
Gainesville I II
the colorful ceremonies of the Most Grand [National and son of Newberry visited : Library. i': Robert Hendry of Keystone Edward L: Preston and Dr
has awardeda extensive
s tie Grand Chapter of the Matron of Dallas TeXas, 'and contract who for construction been of design of. plate featuring glass. The main use c. S .A _____.-.L. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cason I 1 i Posters Readnaut about the summer !(.I Heights, accompanied. ','by \:.s'l Harvey, both of Crescent City,

State of Florida were greatly Most'Worthy Grand Patron :' Sunday afternoon.Mrs. program were on Jo Ann Canova; Mrs."Dock > calling on Mr. and Mrs
S were
the building for lease to the building will be 44 x 52 feet, | I i !
c impressed with the beautiful l INational! ] of Englewood: W. O. Preston and Mrs. i j display. The Civics Class from i 1 Tison 'of M lrose. accompanied Weldon Brantley and othei
Post Office Department.The with loading platform, 20.x' :
j Zl Jacksonville Coliseum setting. Colo. TheKeysJtone' ,Chapter a '! Bess Lynn visited Mrs. C. W.):,i I the High School viewed the by Mrs. Bachmann; a group friends Sunday afternoon.
new .building will be 29. It will have an interior
TJhe past Orand Matron Mrs. was especially hon ted in' the 1 Rogers in Live Oak Saturday.Mrs. i i i history displays Friday morn j of students from the Music
constructed 2,161'square { the morning
on property at the space! of feet YisftgrjL,af
Frances Gray was in charge selection of :: ing. : of Melrose High
0 of 'their Past Worthy Catherine Dugas i department
hour of Paran Church were
corner of Lawrence with an area of 7.040 SQuareifeet fr The ship
of. arrangements, and she had. Matron Beatrice Schroed'er, Hartford, Ky. is visiting Mrs. !i Putnam County Educa- School, Mrs. A. J. Witherspoon Tanner and children
Boulevard and Cardinal for parking and move.i I tion Association Mrs. Roland
transformed one end of the who again this Bama Boyd. met at Mel- |i of Melrose, and Mrs. Bachman
.year served : and
Street, purchased by Col. Ashley merit ,of postal vehicles. All Mrs. Clarence
rose High School |I
Coliseum\: floor into a miniature as an escort for all the meet Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Henderson Thursday 9f Jfesg fPJ ,Bights.METHODIST Mrs. Ruth Reed. and Mr
from W. B. Belote. This work area will be air condi night. Dinner ; son,
replica of the International and Sharon of was served by )I
ings. daughter ,
was the site originally pro- tioned. Col. Ashley said. Revival Starts the Melrose chapter of Future !I CHURCH and Mrs. Ray Kinzer of Pittsburgh -
Peace Gardens on the Ira C. Stringer and his wife, Jacksonville visited Mr. and I
posed for a post office, but Under the Post Office De. Homemakers Pa.
Canadian Border :'which OES Esther of Little, Santa..Fe Monday; Night At Mrs. W. W. Addison and family America. MELROSE I I
9 which stirred up a controversylast partment's leaseconstructionprogram. A variety program was given Those who attended the
Lake, have been initiated last Sunday.
into year because it was in a Col. Ashley will lease Keystone by Clarence Holden, Mrs. I i Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith, Youth for Christ Rally at John
Political the Ipcal Chapter, Mrs. Stringer i i Mrs. L. B. Nicholson and
: \ residential-zoned block. After Pastor School in Jack-
Gorrie High
the building to the depart- T. H. Berry and Dr. Der Hov-
: being affiliated"from the securing consent of adjoining ment for five years with two Dr. C. Earl Cooper of the Mrs. Betty Godley have returned hannission. Guests of honor Sunday School 9:45: a.jm, sonvuUe last Saturday nightwere
Announcements Jacksonville home after visit with j r-
May 1 Chapter.The Chapter meeting property owners, however, the I two-year renewal options. Riverside Baptist Church, Jack-i friends in Danville, Ky. I were Senator B. C. Pierce, Worship 11 a. m. David Brantley, Doris
Keystone Town Council re- I sonville will be the evangelistat i Representative G. N. Beck, MYF, and MCF 7 p. m. Price, Linda Strickland and
Walrath act
Frank M. Jr.,
will be held in the Masonic Mr. and: Mrs. A. W. Allen
zoned the property making.possible revival services in the First rand W. N. Thomas Evening\ Worship 8 p. m. Mrs. Calvin Price.
1 I' Superintendent -
4j }0R COUNTY COMMISSION Temple .at .8. pm., :when ing postmaster Key- and sons, .and Mr. and Mrs.J. r ,
its office
post -
use as a :
Church of Keystone of Public Instr ion.
Grand Instructress of Stateof stone Heights post office, said I Baptist O. Smith, all of Jacksonville -'I c .Ilene Strickland has returned -
I DIST. 2, CLAY COUNTY site. The site contains Heights TRINITY EPISCOPAL
starting Monday, April Misses Barbara Whitehead "home: from Glendale Hospital -
Florida visited Mrs. W.
Mr. and
4 will be honored. the is expected ,
1 12.000 square feet, with a 100- new building 23, at 8 p. m. Services will beheld and Doris Ford, with their i CHURCH MELROSE 'at' Palatka where she has
!I wish to'announce The, host and hostesses for H. Allen and family.Mr. .
my can- I
foot front Lawrence Boule- to' be completed by July 1.
( each night through Sun- Mrs. Frances treatment for
Stephenson i been receiving
didacy for County Commissipn-- the Social Hour will be Mr. : and Mrs. Robert Fish Sundays 10 a. m. Church;:

ej, District Two Clay County. and Mrs. Earl Haynor, Mrs. time. Community Church News day, April 29. spent the weekend in Philadelphia -I spent the weekend in i Sc ool. 11:45: a. m. Morning i third degree burns on her arms.
; Music will be under the direction I SusieSibley
Clearwater the Paul Hubner Mrs.
Ham 52 years of age and have Alma Frost, Mrs Daisy Hall, Garden Club Notice I As.. is usual on Easter Sunday .- Pa. with friends and attending Prayer ,and Sermon [.Fir st.1 Mrs.( !
of Ralph Copeland, director State Future Homemaker of 'arid Mrs. Frank Adams
: lIved in Clay County for 35 and Mrs. Elizabeth Himble. The Garden Club of the ,' there will be two services: relatives.Mr. Sunday, Holy Communionl. 6'' ,

pars. Woman's Club Elects Officers; Lakes will meet Thursday .'i:I one at 9 ajn., and the other and the church choir. and Mrs. Ernest Whitney America Convention. 'I p.m. Episcopal Young. .Church-, attended a \ 7 ,mants MissionaryAsspclatiqna'l
There will also be a special I Union Services Planned i at the
i i 'meeting
Tarn Accepts Building Site April 26, at 11 a.m., at the 'at I 11 a.m. Sunday School I left for their summer
a member of the Methodist Easter Cantata in connection The churches of Melrose I men.Holy Johnson Church last
1 Church At the regular monthly business home of Miss Bessie Ruther- will be held at 9 a.m. home in Connecticut last week.I Days. 10 a. m., Holy. Baptist
Mason, and with the evening service on will hold union services week.
I Eastern Star. meeting last week the ford on Lake Rosa. The Men's Club Supper will Mrs. Peter Minderman and on Communion.The .

Keystone Heights Woman's Pancake Supper be Monday, April 23, at 6:30 I Easter Sunday. children of Orlando visited Good Friday and Easter. Rev. Lee W. Heaton, Friends are pleased to note
e I am vitally interested in Rev. J. R. Smith is pastor of On Good Friday union that Mrs. Edna Smith of Jack-
the Club elected Mrs. Julius Hanson St. William's Catholic Club pjn. Mrs. R. A. Gaunt's Circle her mother, Mis. Allen Graham -, a Vicar. "' ; .
growth and welfare of the church.is
moved from
service will be held in the sonvjile has been
as president for the com will hold an Aunt Jemima i will serve the meaL recently.Mr. .
the county. Church from 2 to 3pjn. S.Tincent's Hospital to her
I Episcopal
.1 I ing year. Mrs. Hanson has Pancake Supper on Easter The Executive Board of the I and Mrs. Ray Bailey of '
earnestly sincerelyask
I The service will be read home after undergoing braiii
for done a commendable job as Monday April 23, from 5:30 Community Churchwomen will Norfolk, Va. are visiting in "GRANDTW"By
your active support organist. Other choir members by Rev. Kenneth Griffith of She is a sister of Mrs.
president this year, too. having till 7:30: in their recreation' meet Monday April 23 at South Florida after spendinga surgery.
vote for
and me on May 8, I who will participate on i the Methodist Church the Callie Rye.
hall. Tickets will be for 9:30 her father, ;
962. stepped into a vacancy $1 : am. few days with '
Sunday morning will be Bernice will be Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Alderman
sermon preached by
-RAYMOND left by Mrs. Henry Mickle. adults; 50c for children. News From St. Anne's Brune R. F. Simmons.Mrs. Mrs. Rebecca Brantley4AAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAI
TREW I Margaret P ter, 'I'
'' the Rev. James R. Neale of guests of their
I Mrs. Herbert Nelson will be There will be valuable door There will be two Good Lena Clemens. Anna McCul- R. V. Ford and Mrs. 1vp-e: overnight .
the Church 4A 1-In'law and dalghterfr.
Vice President in the coming prizes and some lucky person Friday Services: one at 10 e" ; Bess Lynn visited Mrs. J. Me- : Presbyterian ; so '
I lough, B
e Jackie
Jack Funkhouser will direct and Mrs. R. T. Clay at their
FOR COUNTY : year. Second Vice Presidentwill will go home with a lovely a.m., and one at 7:30: p.m. I Fox and K. Schaeffer. Leod in a nursing home in I Mr. and ,Mrs. Inrin: Ormand :

COMMISSIONER, DIST. 4 be Mrs. John Karges. hand-made table cloth and Easter Even Services will beat j At their Mary j' Gainesville Tuesday.Mrs. the music. and the solo, "Were of Windsor were Sunday guesa i .home"' .... inEkt' ,Palatka last Friday -
regular monthly ,
Secretary will be Mrs. John napkins. 7:30: p.m., and Easter morn- i: I Allen Graham, direc- You There? will be sung by of Mrs. Ormand's son-i-law night.
RE-ELECT O. J. MURRHEEyour meeting Monday night, April j Mrs. Herbert J H. B. Sikes and W. C. Barnes
Bird; Recording secretary, Duplicate Bridge News ing services at 9:30: a.m. 1 j 19, the Altar Society elected tor of District 5 of the Florida Segur. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Commissioner attended rally at SanMateo
County Mrs. William Davie. Mrs. Because the regular play Pre-school children and II Federation of the Woman's On Etister a sunrise service Hutson. a
officers for
District 4 (Kingsley Lake Mc- Fremont Tolles will serve as night falls on Good Friday, first graders will enjoy an ]I as follows: the President coming Lena year, Club, and Mrs. J. W. Strawn,I will be held at Ike's Fishi Rebecca Carnes. daughter: pi 1:, :.. .last Thursday Night

Rae Belmore, and Keystone Treasurer. Mrs. Olive Stevenswas and many wish to attend religious Easter egg hunt on the church Clemens; Vice President, Shirley first vice-president-elect for i I Camp on Lake Santa Fe at Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carnes 01

lJeights) county-at-large. elected to the Board of services, there will be grounds, during the morning Whidden; Secretary, Mary the coming year of the Mel- I 6 ajn. Music will be in charge .. .
i' Your and vote fore
,- roe will support assure continued Directors. At this meeting, a no duplicate bridge game this services. Schaeffer; and Treasurer Bee ;.Vose Woman's Club, will attend I of Mrs. B. Ray Stedham, and Many Thanks To My 9licy HoldersMy
decision was made to acceptthe Friday evening. However, the After the Easter morning Plans the Woman's Club Con- a sermon on the subject "Res-
: Cooper. under
k and economical admin- are way BW
!.. itration of County. Gov- lot offered to the club for club will resume regular playon services, there will be a social for a Mother-Daughter Break- vention at Tampa. April 24-28._ 'I urrection Power," will be delivered wife and I are attending Liberty

ernment. your their new clubhouse by Friday, April 27, at 7:30: coffee hour for adults in the fast in May, for the formal Open house was held at the I by Rev. Griffith. Rev. National's Leaders Club convention .

Charles Oliver and Herbert p.m., in St. William's Recrea- parish hall. Installation of Public Library Thursday after- : Ray Stedham, pastor of the .5' : _
officers. The Bilt-
:11 wUI appreciate your vote : S at the jam Beach
Williams. This will be tion Hall.Women the Baptist Church, will conduct ,
on As is their custom, Episcopal noon. A collection of semi- .
'. and support on May 8. ladies of. the Altar Society are : Hotel in Palm Beach the
Fairway Street just off Bte. Golfers News Churchwomen will j the worship. more
-0. J. Murrhee oper- making .plans....to attend- the pi ecious stones, owned by Mrs. .
S 21.: and closeto the old Chat- On Friday, April 13, the ate a refreshment booth at1: Diocesan Convention on Day- Allen Graham. and pictures, Holy Week Services -S week of April 15. "

CLAY COUNTY VOTERS: auqua Circle. weekly medal play continuedat City Park, close to City Hall, tona Beach. May 7, 8. and 9. newspaper clippings, and the i At Trinity Episcopal Church Through aUendjmce at this con

1 PTA Meets Tonight Keystone Country Club. In on Election Day May 8. There I On Easter Monday, there will history of Melrose and the I Melrose, Rev. Lee Heaton will 'Sventio I will\ \ ,be better prepared

Your support and vote for The Keystone Heights PTA the first division, low net will be hot coffee, sandwiches, I be no Cathechism, no Instructions public library were on display. conduct: a service of Holy c to be. of service, in all of your life

I me as your representative will meet tonight [Thursday] score was made by Eva Hall; and desserts. I for teenagers, and none Mrs. Gil Allen, chairman of I I Communion on Maundy :'k insurance needs. I appreciate your

t from District 3 on the Board as originally scheduled at 8 second division, low net Su i News FromSt. for adults. But, of 'course, the Library Board, was in : Thursday:! at 10 a.m. and on cooperation; .ant: } support which has

df Public Instruction of Clay p.m. in the schooL County Dwyer; third division low net William's I there will be the Pancake SuP- charge of the event. Refreshments Good Friday the Ante Communion .5'' made .this trip po ible.

I County will insure you of: Superintendent H. C. Long Elva Steadham.On Members of St. William's I! per. S were served with Mrs. with meditation. At THANKS AUN

?,): Sound management of will be the speaker. Mrs. each Friday in May the Catholic Club are hard at i.I Starting the Sunday after Graham pouring coffee. Mrs. the Palm Sunday service at

\ I y.ur school budget. Jones' Class will perform with Bert Christoffers, Sr. Trophy work to make their Pancake : Easter April 29, the Altar So- I 11 a.m. a special program of (Signed) MIKE L. HANKS

::1.2. Prompt and courteous their flutes. Please be on- Tournament will be in play. Supper a success. ciety Ladies will begin their music will be sung under the

t r I attention to school problems. Qualifying days will be the There will be no Good Friday Sunday morning bake sales saddened by this bit of news. direction of Mrs. Herbert Se-

I "3. Immediate and efficient Keystone RestaurantDinners week of April 27. services at St. William's.All which has been such a con- Personals

I action for improvement of our Lunches Sandwiches All players are urged to services will be at St. Ed- venience for all those who Charles R. Bisbee;> Sr. of

educational system throughoutthe Complete Food ServiceTo participate in this tourna- ward's in Starke. week-end at their lake cot- Lake Geneva is a patient in I MELROSE

county. Take Out ment. On Easter morning, there tages, and don't care to bother the University Medical center KEYSTONE HEIGHTS *

I earnestly and sincerelyask Open 1 A. 1\1.-3 P.M.- I On Friday there will be a will be a High Mass at St. with baking.St. in Gainesville, having go*
two club Touranment. William's at 8:30. The Choral '
for your support and vote William's Church will Wed- '
in for a series of tests on
on May 8.Thank. i,' Closed Tu4."sday'I' :Mass by W. J. Marsh will be have a Mission, the week of
'Btwn. Standard & Gulf Station Keystone nesday, April 11. I USINESS I DIRECTORYAPPLIANCE I
you.C. 'I' Keystone Heights sung. For Offertory April 29-May' 6. Mr. and Mrs. Harry H.
will be F. K nen's Regina Death of Mrs. Fleshman
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Coeli. Haec by Mrs. Cora Fleshman, sister ,
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I Florentine, will be sung I of Mrs. Gertrude Burch of INSURANCE i DEALERFRIGIDAIRE I [REAL ESTATEC.

=-' I HAll Forms of Beauty Culture" Communion time. The Jubilate -I Keystone Heights, died in Mi- Auto-Fire-Casualty : INSURANCEGO

One of Our Specialties I Deo, by Alphonse J. Weiss I ami on Monday, April 9, after Bonds and Allied Lines I FIRST CLASS!

JtJayBe Hair Cutting I will be sung for Recessional. ,an illness of some duration. j Geo. E. LaRue J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR

\ Pixie-Swan Back- Soloists will be Ejtelle Bisbee; Funeral services were held in Reynolds Insurance I Keystone Heights '

Feather Cut [and Leo LeBlanc. Miami on Thursday April 12. Agency :. Sales and Service I Agt. 'For TRAVELERS; .

'SIMPLER U&1t Rr. McKays Realty Gladyce Bachmann is the I II Mrs. Fleshman was a frequent W. L. ReynoldsPh. Yeoman's Electric Insurance Company REAL ESTATE

Keystone 2941 I director, while Janet Lamm j visitor at Mrs. Burch's home 2442 '; 2701 Home-Owners
and had
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Millwork Shop J bedims" guest house dock,

q U-Haul Trailer Dealer FURNISHED HOME.
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Bait Shell Gas: & Oil WINDOW FRAMES ipa(1oh lot many trees, price

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.1 FOR ; Portable Electric Welding Trim Material I Associate Edna Martin.

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The',solution to your current,financial,problems may Keystone Heights .and. ktFeMe.etoe i .

be as simple' as this: .. ;i INSURANCEi 'J 'Heights-Ph. IOn

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j Every day, prudent! men and women are taking advantage i I, ASK YOUR GULF MAN See Our Plants'Before You Buy

of our low' rates to borrow money to pay COMMISSIONER O. C. Carnes

l xes, insurance policies: medical and dental expenses L.- R. Brault Nursery. fieg.. Real Estate Broker
consolidate their debts and for ,other sound i DISTRICT 4 Keystone ifgnts. Tel 4538-4151 Florahome 684-4665 i! Lake !*ropertie: Aeret|;. .

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: The 8th grade class gave select favorite ESTER-!
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I i Cummings, reporter,. I i iI I 1JIW :R&, IXC.BoJldinf ;
cp .okAiguta awe!. Thurston In The NewsA Sehjjgl, .9:4: ; .. .. j: Mr., and\, Mrs. ,Roy I. Green; Soil Conservation : Cornplee $ervIeRepairsAlterations TOLL :MATCH ANY DEAL J
Wnl{,,Lt. ipgj.' and,Mrs.:Daand. and Pll I! andudaughteirs, !_ visited i ,Mr. and I I -
4 program. .. play'enj! Jm Digs.Irfcharg" fV7TYYYTYYYYYYYTVYY. :
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I \' ,JdJ.QI\J.. t ,Wk.: titlexi "Il ;F1'- Do*n-Dilly";]!I. :The" Easter. egg,hunt,'W'jll..b t Mrs George Miller in!.'Starke I J ..NEWSBy, PHONE. 7t.1711 i I UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET I
I .Mrs. Milton P. will be :" J Sunday afternoon. I I
sponsored at the school !held! ;after4e All I 10455 Atlantic Bird. :
7 cqweji .ol.Cambridge. :Mass. April cA.llAM, I Mr.. and MrV izw-l- By n.. : '
'l Thursday, 26, at ,8 .children are asked tqbe. piesent > i Jae r.U flit.41 Your Authorized Dealer I Ii'r I
.gueof. Lt. Cal: and MrS. For enjoyable er ,and t: family ,of Jacksonville v ,
p.m. -
bavid A. Nelson, this week.I p1eaSe an attend evening '[, and, on, t1pls \we' ; may :: ToiEr Richard Cain:: were. Thursday; night dinner= ; .' TheBoard" of. SUpervisors i .. .' I : 215 S. E. FIRST GAINESVILLEI!
this pro- have, a good. time.. 411. triends. ; for the Bradford Soil Conservation -:- .
The Ne sQns' daughter Is .married gram-Mrs., S. C.'PrIce.. teacher :,t are1( welcome, to-, 'tt nd..-M's.;I It !r.. ., \ .V- *. AAJ'j;| guests ot; My and Mrs.- Cecil !i iI District: held Iheir regular L, .e'
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f tq the.CrpwelTs son On'Tuesday j 1 1r I Melvin, and fanU A.
and .sponsor. v.
the aweflsandte, ; Gladys; Bly'e reporter; 1,r .Mt and.Mrs.Bobby.: Wasdin,!I f monthly;' meeting at the : .,' .. ,'," _, __" r r ....
Club News '
i J. E. Townsend carried his and :
SCS office to
I AUen fscheduleI.Trustee made-plans
elsons. .left .for a.shprt trip The Fiesta Club met. at the j cjia.pej :I and son of Jacksonville visited mother Mrs. 'Lola. :
That! Our
; : Townsend Business
; Da'l .
: A c'ompanf: Bradley'listrlc GLASS. ,
Day, will be. observed his. parents, Mr., and Mrs.! ;
Florida. I f' ..
tjJSouth? usual time at the club ,house! home to Wauchula rover theweeKend. : .
Mrs. I. Johnson f rom t starting 'yith1! /Sun1ay&ljolat j I H. M Wssdm, last weekend. 1 1I Speaking Contest winner, .: "It: It's Glass TCe Have It'CALt
.Car\ Water..Oak.Plans. are be-J| "Fahiik BelliiFrazier rHe also visited Mr.;I to Green; Cove for theArea
9:45 I Springs : '
North Pomfr t.1 Vt Is now at .. .: .' aon.., Mrs. Kate Starling visited: --T---: WRITE- or' VISIT
Ing made for the club's .
annual -\ and Mrs. T* T Guthery and ,
Soil-Conservation Speaking -
i in
me'In Hm i charge Morning her. son, andrdaughter-inrlaw. I FOR. ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S
Ijer h (st, for '
,birthday party on July family in Bartow. ; :
j j Serviceyli ,. Annual.East-1 cont st The Board approved -:
f am ; Mr: 'and Mrs. N. Starling, in
several'months. She and her. 28. All members are" asked : Mr. and Mrs:J. 'H"Sullivan '
i for'soil '
ijustjand used to reside in HlllCJ' to attend'the meeting,on'April!; E'L Pjogram, 6 .i 3'p.in.,. with' : the Evening',! I If Gainesville last Friday.Eddy" arid family' Mr: and.MrS..John conservation the applications farm' plans : : GLASS CO.
Service p.m. pastor I
but after his death, she ; S ling has returned ..
27. .Hosts'w Mr. and Mrs. / Crews and family- Jackson- 1 '
Io > -.in;, charge. AJ1. nay I : 'fd,r T..WtTatum Jr., Edwin f I (NOT INC:). '.
returned, the North ,to.live. William : : to 'Graham after a short, visit j i vlUe and'MrMaiy.: : Willis: of '
Hollahd. .School'student's 2gett'and: George D. Wpdd. "
'' are invitedtoattendj I Princeton Joe Peters Glass Co
: ; ; Fla. with his I I ,1I1A4 "Formerly
jIR.ST BAPTIST CHURCH, School Activity: .the ,alI11.Easter' Egg"Hunt parents: 'Mr.5 and 'Mrs.Jent" : .fLshZryat.Ce.' : Their land 'nrie5"1 ave been We Design i Modern Store Fronts
; d rKey'Saturday.: : : : kyp'-fr2c9J:
at 4 pH-at: : 'th-church. located-pn aeriat photograph*
The annual ''May Day Festival ,1 nlhgs I .
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS I Starling. :Mrs- 'Charles Ryals''''and :, Just !Mail\ Us* \ Pattern For
and a quest has. been mad,I'
I .r.. ,will, beheld from. ,1 I io 3 The,:'Missionary Union, will,. Mr: and Mrs. Everett Greeri f daughter. andMlss; Mamie Conservation ltt&kesatot.ofthlngsto Table Tops :
J. R...Smith pastor, Ralph p.m. on May 3 at the RJE: be. held'.Sunday, ,Apfil.29; at! of'Starke".visited his daughter;; fpfSoil Service
dopeland, Minister of Music High SchooL 'colored'; Mt. 'R Clark:-"of Jacksonville. Mr. and for" soil and 'c capability-: maps j j jtf :: t3J3"N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phon FR2-4.'i53(
t C All Pisgth Church y. J.:A.j Mrs. "Roy"Starling, last Sat r.; Mrs 1 ...
: 'JimmyClark and' son > their fIr IS. ;; keep afanillygoing .--w----:--:--TNATuRAL.I- _.. -,"_ I -,' T'".. -'111ft!,'II
I &nd church organist. schools[)n.the c t1"UjJar Grimmage. pastor.. .All Mis- i day.. of-' Starke visited. Mr.. and ,

I :J\Services: Sunday School ticipate.. .Activities- will, include '.sionary.; ladies. seniors and "MfS.?Irma Cain; Miss Sharron I Mrs. Lloyd'' Clark. Saturday. j \ComPi soil and water con'sertlonfarmplana !' ..

I 9045. a.' m. Morning Worship May 'Pol e. dahcihg, Juniors, are-/asd to: wear i 'Cain, and, Mrs. Basil.Davis j "' -' !i were de-
Butch' Clark of Gainesville I
c W:50: a. m. Training. Union, ttunts. games,. etc., Music will .white. Dinner will-be, served! were, in Gainesville: Saturday; I liyered'to'E." Wasdin, R.;H. !: I Iit
; .
I the'weekeiid'guest of .hisgrandparents' '
was I
.;::00 I p. m. Evening services provided by the RJE Band ..the..cblircb,. Mrs, Maneyia: Mr.. arid Mrs Claude'Camp,1 Mr. Green-;;: JrT, G.'W: :Rivers, Roman ':: .
and Mrs.
4.dO.: p. m.' You are invited to under the direction f'L. .B. Holmes, host president.. bell7 of Qkeech'obee Visited!I! Alvarez" ;' arid *J.-B. Pre-. '
Lloyd Barry:
$are family Prayer time with Monroe. 'Plenty of goodies' Easter Sunrise: Service, "'il1'' friends": here-last:; Saturday., I Yrs Al:Rain.of.Archer vis- yatt. While. discussing! hisfarmpLiii. : II

1l.' will be on sale, arid the public be.:held. .Sunday morning at 'Miss Patsy 'Roark was in B.Prevatt. tookfout'hVpipe '
\: ited"herj mother, Mrs. Mamie : .the i ,,1
.. is invited to. attend this gala 5 a.m.a.: Allen.ChapChurch} 'Gainesville Friday::and Saturn'day5visiting HodgesYhunaay"., ; pushed down
COMMUNITY CHURCH affair. with Rev. L. A.Sam de.r. tobacco, d'.S\ dl. "Now see
QP. her- grandparents;I
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry 'cut'up 11iat. '
just Pen--
here, I
KEYSTONE,. HEIGHTS, ChUrch News liv ring Uje 'message.. The;I Mn and ,Mrs!: Russell D"yah | and daughter, of Gainesville ""ixasture. :
Mt. Mar i ah Methodist public is invite/4.: *:Richard i cain. and James 1 sacola Bahia anti
Dr.!A. C. Holt Minister '. visited her parents, Mr. and when we.get a little more rain j I
Church 'L' H.
Rev. McLendpn; NBetieI. Baptist Church, AicKinney"were In Gainesville ,
j I MlS. M. O. Harrell; Sunday it!"wfll. cOme out' oOd.t' Mr i jPrevktt'had.ifield
Mrs OranIst
.George Canova church
pastor, annpunces; Rgy. ,Aj Vinsonpato Sunr: Sunday and/while there, visit afternoon. .

.and Director. school will be held.Sunday'at das School. S.jSftjXm; ,, Th. .ed'the".Florida". State"Museum;!!i I 'Mr. and MrsJulian of Pensajcola"'Bahia You Dependable EconomicalPHONE
Richard Youth Dr.I : Gjeen thit had:l got packed : can, insure
Cushman., 9:30: a.m. with Supt. Robert Easter program will be held 'The Baptist Sunbeams will ami'son ..of
'Jacksonville. were : : .!
Sunday, School, 9:45: a. m. Dell in charge. There will be after" Sunday 4 Sch JOl., A special nave :"an' Easter egg hunt at I we kend guests -of Mrf and :andsodijQunoV' -loosen !i the,future,for those 964-1301 NIGHT 064-2411 i
ed the gfound by cutting it
iforninz 11 an Easter Rally on Sunday, feature i' the: program 'th& church this Friday .afterr
Worship. a, m. Mrs.Dave.: .,Green.i with 'a dIsk' After fertilizing i ipasture"renovation CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT.
Apr. 22.. All members and will Ije a playlet called, "TheMeanin noon from '2 to 4 o'clock All : "Mrs you love
youth People, 7 p.m. Pioneers i : Lee Thigpen and .is'a.very, : .
invited. Easteri": ? I f '- --
6 p. m. friends are ; of MornihTworshipril youngsters"are invited to* at- I daughter"of Palatka.andMrs. -

An Easter egg hunt win be a.m... Missionary ;:,, teii l./* ,. importantconservation practice I,
:I Williams of Tampa were Sun1 in the feoil'and water con-, I
4 held at 5 p.m. Monday for the SQ letY"m eting,, 5 p.n.uTt .':j Friends of Horace McKin- -
ST ANNE'S. EPISCOPAL : day guests of,:"Mrs. Rasa...Pin- servatieh' the: Gulf Life
CHURCH KEYSTONERev. church.school members. Each : !; V5:30rpi;: i Holy Coin.I n y"were'saddened to hear of ho1 t.er." r- 'I' program.When.
member is asked to bring a mijinion' 'aurIn4'evenin : pasture- is loosened .up the : Thrifty Home ImprovementsStart
: ', wor-:I the death of his wife irPTam- j Mr. 'and' Mrs. Roy Green graM 'getwater and 'fef- '. ADAPT.A
Wm. W.VVorstalLVicar dozen and turn them snipat '7 :
eggs p.m.\; / : pa'recently. '
I and daughter were in Jacksonville PLAN
:Daily Morning Prayer 8:30: over to Mrs., Brooks by 12 7Ali members! of"Choir 2 'are:! 'Mrs..: Albeit Sparks Mrs.: on. business last tilizerv. and have more grow : Here -
in room. The disking will) Fits
a.m. Daily Evening Prayer, 5en noon Monday. asked. ; .to. Ahttend. .. rehearsal' :.i Thelma Dyal. Mrs. T. Lefevers,: ThUrsday. ? your
,. Sunday, 9:30: am.1H Bethlehem Free Will Baptist Th.ursday'at' 1p.D. The choir i and, Mrs. D. Barnes' attendedthe ; also 'help the decomposition ch gGulf
i Mr. and-Mrs.- Jimmy Crosby
Eucharist 1st and schedule. Sunday. Apr. 22, wllltbe of'the:guest"choirS I' of any dry material-.lying] on: needs
ly' on one I WMU meeting at the and son of starke.- rut Mr. j the-ground. ,
3M Sundays each month. will l terminate our fund rally at the recital to'be"heldr atMt. I' North Side Baptist Church :
and Mrs Sam CrutQhfield ', Anne
PV E. Faulkner and
lorning Prayer on 2nd and for Homecoming Day. Sun- 'Pisgah Church;.-Rev. J'i, n ar. Heilbronn Thursday oflast Gainesville wereS d otl' '
u n used the District fer.tilizer .-
Litany Service day School will start at 9:45 AT in mage. paslor Mrs.
Itli Sunday. l : week. TheY' reported a;;! guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd spreader to fertilizer.
h any 6th Sunday. Evening1'rayer ajn. The 11 a.m. service will Maurice j''White, reporter.. I good meeting and well attended. Barry I ';
> Solomon and Lee. their Pensacola Bahia pas- I '
: 5 p.m.Durlnt'Lent. begin with School News. .
I I Mr and Mrs. Curtis Chambers -! tures.
: Litany and in charge.At The newly orgap1zed; RJE;J I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ratliff' and family of Jackson- /

Meditation each Wednesday 7 p.m. we will presentour Band.will perform Wednesday and children have returned to vile .SatUr- ,
were Friday and
i ,
11 1:30: p.m. annual Easter program, tdght, May 2. during} PTA- Milt n after"'a visit with his '; day guests of.' Mr. and Mrs. I I II: i WE CARRY EVERYTHING FOR INDOOR .[

with Miss Elaine Pinion. Mrs. The band under direction' of parents 'Mr. and Mrs. L. E.; Evan Hodges- !i iG Life ii .
: t OUl'-DOOR FIX UI .
Gladys Blye, and :Miss Mary Bernard Monroe,: a graduateof Ratliff. i| Mr.. and-Mrs. Cris. Stephens ;SEE F} .

McBride in charge. The pas- Florida A &" 1f. will' play,' '' Johnny Lefevers of Jackson- ;\ of. Alachua were visiting Mr. A. B. C. Finance ;

otoOSMe666 tor and members are extending -. tour.selectionsv ranging'' from vllle visited his brother, T.: andMrs.. T. W. Markey Sunday i,

:. their warmest welcome to favorite marches to' classicals!!:I Lefevera, and family last: afternoon. J I tTOM lOA,!' ; I Ii i '. I.

all-Mary McBride, reporter.i All parents are. invited; to I i Thursday night. i 1 Mrs. Charles Ryals 1 and ---- _, Ij j

New Hope Baptist. ,Rev. L. attend PTA to discuss the I "Mrs. Mary Vicaria has returned -::: daughter' and Miss Mamie j 'Ii Phone 964-5291 .' ,

W. Mosley. pastor. The an- problems;. if,'any, with 'teachr i il. I home from Brooklyn. :.; Clark of Jacksonville visited I 4 t; i tAE SERVICE Complete Line of Hardware ,

nual program will be held-at l.ers: This is the last meeting NY.* : I i i Mrs. Dennis Hodge.: Saturday.. -, v PHOJS'E>> 964-2600 : .

2:30: :p.m.&mday.. Sunday j ,Mr. and Mrs. Colen Ratliff. I|.! Mr. and Mrs. Frank-Tinney ; : 'DeWittC.' Jones.Funeral HomeD : Bradford Building Supply

and:sons Gainesville.visited: and sons of Gainesvillevisit- ; -' "

.. I his .parents, Mr. and Mrs: L. ed Mr. and Mrs. T. W.Mark: _*Witt: :G.., JonesRegistercd" Funeral) Director !

E.; RatUff. Sunday. ey and Mr. .and Mrs. Earl Stark, F1a I J' :..:: Sdl E. CaD Street :; ,
Green Saturday night. RENTAL: SERVICESHospital !

: ii,: ft5. Mattie Barry returned Beds: Wheel Chairs, Crutches -'-
: .
There's a : I II: Friday after spending last .: __ n O_ -- ---: _. '*J1T9L
I -
,5'tafke with TI
I week in Mr. and -
i better way now! '2 I I Mrs. J. E. Hardy. \ ".:v .I.y -

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meldonof
; i Gainesville were Sunday 'r- AREA. BUSINESS'' iRECTORY'I

afternoon guests of Mr: and ) .

vbI.A Mrs. I> R. Green. 'J

Sunday School 'I -- : -, _
Party 1i'r ; :
i : : n.i. :. -' : I' ..
Miss Barbara Green.. entertained .: :_ ,... 1 ------- -----" '

-. day School, class 'whanEaster ; .: J : "

egg hunt at the home JI I VOLKSWAGENSales Johnson & Paris, BCHAIN. "

.. I of Mr. and Mrs.'L. R. Green. H\lU ..Bi-ake. Supply I i Inc.Complete ',"

'The girls enjoyed ,hunting : ",..n.ui. lf SPECIALISTS": ]'. Service Part : line of SAWS. '
'"'& *
the eggs by, flashlight. Prizes .For; Every Caf or 'TniI kTurni Miller Brown Motors: SEEDS -PLANTS- ; NE\V-USED. SALES .
: : '. h. i.'G indii: i Relining I i EnvICgFIoriSeCd
., I IFlamele$8 were won by Delor .s Parrish I I' Inc. FERTD.tlERSlDstdJeldN '

for finding the prize egg and ) Whileyoa Wait FR 2-ssn -Pet Supplies i .
Sue Douglas for finding the' 1111. SL Main Galneetlllt' 1030 E. University Are. 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'I FR*- 1 144111538li. *-
;H.": .. 2.8 9 i :
most eggs; Gainesville 224 N. W. Mh Ave. i K. 19th Dr" ,

: Electric Club News > FR 2-9478 I
$ The Home DemonstrationClub .AUTO RADIATORS Gainesville. Fla I_
met; April 10 at the Community /..,;" ". -', n !. SEWING MACHINES
.', 8 & G Motors Co. ,
Butler Radiator HI-FI STEREO
> I Center. i & I I
Miss Dorothy Rosa, demon- CADILLAC; OLDSMOBILE : Sewing MajchineService .,
; !-: ._.... stration' agent gave: tips on' r t Servic.e F85 HILLSIAN" Top Tunes"The Co. :
W ter Beati I 1 Sales and Service Record
valuable and
: keeping papers: Host, Modem Corea In Stock Biggest
";112I PIHI.G6Uidt. also how to covet boxes to Repairs All Ciw Trucks. 2001- N.. UV 18th, Rt. 441 Shop In the-''South" New HorpeNe -Pfafl Whlt.-
FR 6.7515 ) -
: "". '- keep.recipes i irtf 'National Trailer ,Rental II1-FI Stereo Component Dealer I i
t. -' i Sales & Servicei
n 11't.. ,\. bd p.Llme pv. Mrs. Carl 'Harris, of LaCrosse GainesvillE Pilot-! Harman Karden
:S19 S. W. 4thAve.
: i
Id .. Repairs On All Slakes
) showed the, members KLH Fairchild Garrard :
; IS SUPER.FAST AND SUJER-Al.f. ... FIU- DODGE LANCER ; 815 W. Univ. Ave., Gainesvjh
rt; I how, to make ats. The;ladies 811 W. Union Ave, GainesvilleFR j S161075ROOFING I
Your wliole 'family l wilhiov, the niodem'-d %emfbt... : ordered hats ,t o be;Jmade at I -'J8.' -
,. ,QltiLStZE. IMSJUPFIYI ; SALES &SERVICE Sales parts Service ;
convenience,of,aflainele8s_ Electric Waing p. tII the next monthly club meei| -. -. .. '. USED CABS TOOPooleGable LADIES WEAR f.! : :

ing trtiich. 'wil be.:lie t, thf DlPD.l4L.CRJtfSL .
Iotsf .
havo hot.w..t.
you'll always ;
no worry. J,1! % ,. ,
'I------- : I J at&.M.cI.h second Tuesday''aftej pon' af PLDJOt,1T'Jl'"ALtA. Motors: i The Helzel Co. ;
: 'I, hurry; as fast as.you can usa i it r ... ; b d : ,Cherry sGainesville' .
F1Ir-W .i, .. Anyone interested in S. E. 1st. .Av .QainesvUU f
2 U9
... -. p.m. f. Authorized, 8ALfPrt.s. I I $, ROOFJ5Gi :
cJ'I Only.an,.Electric Vfitir Heater is flameleffl. :fun1eIe&i. ,.,..'.a vThea wfth. club work is,asked to 'atten4<| ServiceHawesPower, FR24$43"'I I I Most ,Fashionabli' ''i R1IEKT METAL iKI

t odorless, so no flua..or vent is! reqiir d. Tlie'lwat i ia sealed I \,.....'., nfiU f ro O the next meeting. > --I Addrea i For'Iadlu. \ + 'AIR-CONDITIONING
Is iq.none *' .wasted up t.be. ue.nis'; ? Q. ECONO, Y, w1sE.btttoEt The club' had ,as. yisi itcr? tONCRETE : -, .'No Job/Too Lfirge Or Too Small
MIs. Carrie and. Mrs POQIJQ
Motor Co. J202 8. Jo:. 41h'St. GaiJlHvtIlI.' .
I ." There.ls nq open_flanw or.constantrbcrniiis! pilot flamajt t thtbcdp Carl Harris of 'Lacrosse, an t I:rM' W. untve dtr. GlJneavn1e 1 FB 21491jVACUUaWCLEANERS' .

.. worry & .'Ut.The outer shell is cool to the' O ch o3 ewr.Aa t. aoc tJ1 Miss, Linda Green. FR -511 I ... .

Electric Water Heater can be imtaUed )W nJ\\ I 7' Garden Club /,Meets f 204 N. !Utin;GaIJle3YiIe] INSIST THAT ;PRODUCTS ALL TOUR : MOVER.. ,..., i ;
.. .. t ... (r : -
Garden Club
t -The
It' the only kbd.that! pvea.KJceiasB peace of mind. .th ....-.y1ft,tA"'II ,. ApriH met''Th1irSdai'ri1h ,. Cud Can -. 112 N. Mata ARE THE BEST FROM- |; GamesvilieMayflower t!
I AB Vacuum
(- only water beater that's as flp nIf and 001- as&li&h1 i. ( FB ...SU.T 31a&ep Of
the_ CoilitttCetc.\ Aftef! Edwards Building ;"If It Needs. Repairs 4Bzing

you'w building or re ipd Insor i ; 3 just! plain need a new-water bUc. ,I the' '\business m etingt: Mr"1 MTitCTTaT Supply, Inci/ I In To Kirby's'. :

..4ea siewperfut, u sFLAMF.r.R_ ELEcrf\IC: \ o4e It t 'Ernest.Lester: gave a:dstration LINCOLNFIAT. METCOR ; ? ,i LOCAL: ANP.LOXG I .X):",. &; t$ED VACUUMSAuthorized .
( 4 op *''How} lo'Corsages Mkk9! 726 8. Main FR 248(4 DistributOr

at.yout appliance deajer!.pkonber, or electrical contractor. Hearing wateF Mrs; Wv.E.'Bigjhani -I AutliotiUd. Salei,:- BerrScePart. -. Gainesville. Ha- DISTANCE MOVING I I i Kirby' :
-- rr "* A
th smartest today-tomorrow the only] way.i : Storage And Crating Kirby :
aJadrically::is way \ J!., serj d, 1 e4.esbmentj.t: : I -
FR '-5J24
': .. Trained Mechanic .- .Otd I =1 f Gainesville .
I Sale&Service

I' .... ............J......................... _=;;_-r; L.,*i or ,. I UIfJI I ELECTRIC MOTORS !II IiIIII j .
I : ) !
SUPPLIES lit GaintavUM
@ ... ; MUSIC S. W. let
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I 1t A14)L93 .%.ECTRI le WATER ,HEATER IS t I. tl Barkley: Motor '- .-- .. -...- i! FR 6-7110 I
: Daollpt.avfA..M'{) }.LC't $ 44" rI ; ; : I, 1 J .-
-.r, @LM j :.SJ9 !
: : 'S j : 815 N. Mai. Giine iBe Electric Motor ti r'qsnrviuIe I.'WELIMNG P
*$.w.4 ,ss..eUaSfi...$ !'\.".SIS! : i .WliUJ11'-SI .-. .. ,. f' :
J S _. I Crane Motor,Co. Repair Go. : ., Leaders- 1
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.ftJ-faf Jl j 'I Universal 1 WeldingI :
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!. 04_0 A:> PO" r.J't' a". 118 Hit fcO;,....' )&..ynr'l' ,BradfordTELEGRAPH CouDty w1JoND. :, .. ', .5"'BJ..+''Z.' ELBCTE1P { piI.- .PANO4'L,:.,pe Cjy rnus Steel Fabrics

4.,,' .J _.'! ,' \t t ,; M\\ WorGuarznteed 'AuthoriZed;.fb1M c\.Sttvic MOTOR I i CHORD ORGANS $159-$375>;;. Uoo Steel Repair Truck:
I' ii __ : ) piA f.,ASAre. SALES AND SERVICE"ptrfbathr Ouitan Drum* Sheet Bodies Trailer .
.'il. _a ,iIt : c CW- .
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: SPECIAL, DESIGNOrnamia1rIicW.rk :
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HAMPTON TTtTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTl' 1_livan, Raeburn Childs Florence ties they had experienced and Mrs.W.B. Nilsen of Jack-i this Court and to serve a copy Florida this the 27th day of
CHRISTIAN CHURCH ( I Loper, and Bertha Hew- ,which might baa been avoided I fsonynle spent Sunday wito thereat Msa.; B. tt. Rarcl, 9.Q. Afarcft, A.D.. ISSZ.

SUNDAY SERVICESCarl HAMPTON 1 some. I if the young people had I j the Robert E. Lee family. i Box 854, High Springs Florida i j Charles A. Darby
i had to attorney for plaintiff at the Clerk Circuit
Clarke Minister Personals j a program occupy their Miss Arthurine Blanchard, same time.HEREIN. I Bradford County Florida
10:00: a. m. Bible School Mrs. Joyce McGeehee of:; leisure time. of Jacksonville spent the week-j I (SEAL)
By Mrs. D. E. Hill
). 11:00 a. m. Worship and A A AAAAA uA.AIAAA I,I Savannah, Ga. visited her'I During the business session, I end with; Miss Enza Blanch-! DECREE PRO FAIL CONFESSO NOT OR will A By Clerk: .Marian L. Crosby, Deputy -

Communion. father, J. A. Williams, Sun conducted by Mrs. Gene Pear' ard. On Saturday they visited) be entered against you. B H. Rawls, P.O. Box 854.
i. Cancer Drive Nets $31 I day. son, the nominating commit- their aunt, Mrs. John J. Me- j EN: WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 High Springs, Florida Attorneyfor

29th Anniversary Methodist ChurchWeek EVSSGREEN House-to-house collections Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bryant I,1 tee presented a list of officers'II Leod in .a nursing home in have the seal hereunto of this set Court my at hand Starke and,: Plaintiff. 199 4t 4.19 I'
in Hampton for the American i!. recommended for next term ,
Tabernacle BAPTIST CHURCH drove to Live Oak Friday to I I Gainesville. '
of April 22: Cancer Society brought in j]I visit with their son-in-law j'I who were elected as follows:| Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillipsand
To Be Observed Easter Sunday Sunrise ,i Sunday School 10 ajn. $31.82 Monday n i g h t this!I I and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I President, Mrs.,J. C. Tye; Vice, sons visited Mrs. Phillips' 4

... Service at Bradford Stadium, Preaching, 11 a. m. Training week with not all the area'' Damon Nolan, and family. I. President Mrs: H. W. Bennett brother, Dyrle McLendon, and

r Meetings observing- the 29th 6:30: a.m. Morning Worship l Union 7:30 6:30: p. m. Preaching turned in yet. Canisters will I'l Mrs. T. J. Alderman was in I : Secretary Mrs. Ralph family,in aCross last Sunday.
snnlversary of the p. m. Prayer Meeting remain in the stores lor severs Wise; Treasurer, Mrs. J. C.'
founding I service, 8:30 am. Church the Vnlversity Teaching Hoar -( Her }&fhei,.(& S. J&cLendon \
ft the Gospel Tabernacle, with Schcool, 9:45: a.m. Morning Wednesday lAfc: p.in. ) days, and anyone noL r pital in Gainesville tor treat- r Xi: l 'n\. The tom c0mt Tsaa* and Mrs. McLendon ol Tampa
Dr. John Margins of Jackson- Wednesday Bible study reached through the hause"toIhouse won by the 6th grade. {I i'
Worship, 11 a.m. Snack Sup- ment for several days last I were also visiting there. ,<
bile preaching, closed Friday per for MYF, 6 p.m. Youth [ 7:30: p; m. Jos. E. Norman, canvass is urged,to contribute week. She was able to return Refreshments were servedby I Friends of Mr. and Mrs.('

night Special music was pre- Meetings, 6:30 p.m. Evening r pastor.I by placing the moneyin home Friday. Mrs. the room mothers after,I Albert F. Brown former rest!

lented by Mrs. Margin and Worship, 7:30 p.m I the canisters. Weathersbee of Lake City adjournment. ; dents of Lawtey, will regretto
daughter, and the 'Conner Monday MYF Subdistrict SEVENTH DAY Assisting in the drive Mon- spent the weekend here with Importance Of Recreation : know that Mr. Brown died

Quartette, accompanied by Meeting in Lake Butler, ?:30 ADVENTIST CHURCH day were Mrs Frank Wolfred, her sister, and Mrs. Oscar Da- "Recreation holds an important March 8. This was learned
ilre. Crosby. At the close ofpie pjn. Sabbath School [Saturday] Mrs. Marklee Norman, Mrs. vis is staying with her. place in the balancedlife by a recent letter from Mrs.

service Friday night, asocial Tuesday-Cub Scout Pack 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship, D. E. Hill in Hampton, and Mrs. T. F. Brown expectedto along with work and rest,. Brown. :i

hour of music and re- meeting in Fellowship Hall 11 a. m. Located between Wilson Mrs. Frank Clark at HamptonLake. return home Wednesdaythis love and worship. The individual -i Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal ob- : rt

freshment was held in the an- 7:30 p.m. Road and Griffis Loop.E. week from a week's visit who 'has a rich recreational served the first birthday anniversary I j
nex. .Wednesday-Prayer Meet-I I L/Marley, pastor. Phone Easter Egg Hunt with her son and daughterinlaw life is more likely I of their daughter I

Visitors to the Sunday servlces ing, 7:30: p.m. Commission 9641324. Children of Hampton Chris- Mr. and Mrs. Gordon to be a healthy well balanced,: Leonett, with a family group

were Mrs. Marjorie Howe on Education meeting, 8:30: I tian Church will be entertain'I''I Weest and family ]hi Miami. law-abiding citizen than the party Sunday. i i

Morris of Mattapoisette. Mass., GRAHAM ed with an Easter Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wads- person who is deprived of Randal Bradley, son of Mr. SAVE 4 l

And Mrs. Lottie May Hansch- p.m.Thursday Chancel Choir BAPTIST CHURCH on the church grounds this! worth and baby of Gainesville these opportunities. The urge, and Mrs. R. L. Bradley has : ,

ka. of Rockaway, N. J. Mrs. rehearsal, 7:30: pin.. Sunday School lOa. m. Saturday at 2:45: pjn., with a' visited Sunday with Mr. and for recreation is so funda-I enlisted in the Army. He is''

fcorrk is a daughter ol the The annual Florida Conference Morning Worship, 11 a. m. weiner roast to follow. I Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth.Mr. mental and universal that it stationed at Ft. Jackson, S.C. /Ackt
fate J. H. Howe, a former resi- of the Woman's Society TrainingUnion., 8:30 p. m. i, A special program Easier and Mrs. Joe Porsyth! will not Toe suppressed.: l&\t I and expects to take paratroop {

vent of Starke and attendantf of Christian Service will con-I Evening Service 7:30 p. m. Sunday morning during the Mrs. Ina Knight and son,) time is not an asset to any training. I i

the Tabernacle. Mrs. Mor- vene at Christ Methodist Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 8 Sunday School hour at 10 Ronnie, and Richard Cran-I community. Most delinquentand Mrs. Effie Miner spent the !|

\S"Is a tajented singer and Church, St. Petersburg, April p. m.-Rev. C. 1... Redding, i, a.m., will be presented by the ford visited Sunday afternoon: criminal acts are com- weekend with Mr. and Mrs.'! 4LWfooo t

Bang "The Palms" at the eve- 2426. pastor. I children. with the Carl Wilsons in Heil- mitted during leisure time. Frank Wells and daughter in'

Jung service. Musical Skits ScoreA bronn. Recreation affords a common Leesburg. j des .
4rSOUTHSIDE HEDLBRONN FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Hit At PTA Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clouse ground where differences may Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Fox

CHURCH OF BAPTIST CHURCH cinmcii Three musical plays, com- stopped in Hampton Saturdayto be forgotten hi the joy of par- were in Sarasota Thursday and When so much depends on everything being just

\* CHRIST Sunday School, lOa. m., 390 N. Cherry St. plete with narration, panto- see the Don Hill family ticipation or achievement. Friday where they visited several : right you can depend on Winn-Dixie. You'll find
3 Miles South on 301 mine and chorus few daysin People need outlets for drain- II I
were pre- enroute to spend a of their friends from the
Sunday-Sunday School 9:45 the finest and fresh
Morning Worship, 11 a. m. quality produce meats plus
1' Sunday Bible Classes 10 sented to the Hampton Elementary Jacksonville. ing off pent-up energy. north who have winter homes'\
Ta.. m; Assembly Worship with Training Union, 7 p. m. a.m. Morning Worship 11 'a.m. PTA by grades one Mrs. Oscar Davis visited furnishing opportunities for I there. your favorite brands of canned and packaged foodsat

.the Lord's Supper 11 a. m., Evening Worship, 8 p. m. Youth Fellowship 6 p. m. through five at the meeting Sunday at Hinesville. Ga. with recreation, it is providing a [ Winn-Dixie. And when you shop at Winn-Dixie you
Thursday Choir Practice 8 Mr. and Mrs. Wade Patrick:
Prayer Meeting Wednesdays! -
Evening Assembly Worship, in the school auditorium.Tuesday her son and daughter-in-law, safety valve. Leadership en- know the price is right. So make sure everything i is
m. and son of Baxter, Miss spent
7:30 ,
: p. m. Rev. Joe Roop. p.
6:30'p.m.: night, April 10. near Camp Stewart, where he ables youth to make use of for Easter Winn-Dixie and be
Friday Junior Choir and Friday and Saturday with Mr.'\ just right shop sure
Wednesday Bible Classes, With all the rousing sound is stationed with the Army. their resources in the best and
T7:30 BOATDRAIN BAPTIST creation 3:30: p. m. and Mrs. Bill Patrick and Shop Winn-Dixie and SAVE.ci'.
p. m.'BETHEL effects of an old-fashioned She made the trip with Mr. most satisfying way. Thereis children. !
K CHURCH melodrama Goldilocks and Williams. no question of whether I
and Mrs. Jerry I i
BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School 10 a.m. BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. John Wright and children '!'
returned there should be leadership or
the Three Bears went through Mrs. C. J. Cooke
Rrr. R. :T. Williams, Pastor Morning Worship 11 a.m. Sunday School 10 a. m. and Miss Carolyn Gillett'
not. That settled when
their traditional antics, play- home to Covington, Va. Sat- was
Sunday School 10 a. m. Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. began." Mrs. L. J. Bry- of Tampa were weekend visi- :
visit man -
ed by students of Mrs. Lily urday after a ten-day
;Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. Training Union, 6:30: p. m. Barnes' first and second grade with her son-in-law and an, chairman PTA Recreation tors of Mr. and Mrs. Charles i
Evening worship 7 p.m. Prayer Prayer Meeting, Wednesday Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. Committee.At Shuford. Mr. and Mrs. Bob i
reader Frank
room. Larry Batten was daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
: meeting Wednesday, 7 p.m. 7:30: p. m. Rev. Luther A. McGhee, pas The Churches Chamberlain of Drakesi i'
Mary Joyce Meng was Wolfred and children.
-I IIIII)IIIIIItIUtIIIIIII I IIIIIIII l H-I I I I lI ll I II I I tor. Goldilocks, and the three bears Recent visitors at the Ralph First Baptist: Sunday Branch Va. called at the Shu-!; x

r 1Il II It FIRST CHRISTIAN were played by Ricky Moore, Pearsall home were his niece, School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship ford home Saturday. j I II I a

For Easter Giving a beautiful CHURCH Arbutus Pearsall, and Michael Mrs. Mildred Swoffer and 11 a.m. BTU, 7 pjn. Recent guests of the B. E.I j ,
t-- Breeden. Members of the granddaughter of Port Huron, Evening Worship 8 p.m. Prayer Reddish family were Johnny,! fa
537 W Call St, Starke
WORLD BIBLE Bob L. Badgett Minister chorus were Sandy Young- Mich. They also visited with Meeting each Wednesday Jordan and Jerry Glusenkuny I
r 9:45 blood, Pearl Wolfred, Jane Mrs. Swoffer's uncle, Henry 8 p.m.Grace. of Tallahassee.IN .
Sunday School : a. m.
= Lott, Darlene Norman, Alma Veterans' Hos- Methodist: Church I
Church Worship, 10:45: a. m. COURT,
Hinson Terry McElroy, David pital in Lake City. School, 9:45: a.m. Morning IN AND FOR BRADFORD II
Chi 5:30 Choir I
Rho m.
; p.
Eiland Kathy Brown, Clyde Mr. and Mrs. John Jones Worship, 11 am. Evening
practice 6:30: p.m. CYF, 7 p. re: Estate of
Starr Dennis ,William week Worship, 8 p-m. MYF each GENERAL LEE
f m. Prayer Meeting 7:30: p. Vannoy expected to move this KERSEY, de
: m. Wednesday. Griffin, Sharon Loper, Jan into the home they recently Wednesday, 8 pjn. Maundy ceased.NOTICE OF FILING PETITION h
Johns, Steve Hayes, and Patsy purchased from M. L. Wat- Thursday will be observed by FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF
CONGREGATIONAL Cranford. terson, where the Kellys have Holy Communion service at 8 ADMINISTRATRIX: I
IIOLINESS CHURCII i Mrs. Carolyn Canova, music been living. The Jonses have pjn. Thursday, April 19. On : i I

North 301 2% miles out of : teacher, directed all three I been living in the DeWaters Good Friday, April 20, the have Notice filed is hereby my final given returns that as I,!,
town on left of the road. plays and accompanied the house on the main street. The church will be open from 12 executrix of the estate of General -'
w 4ti.LAZ \ Young People's Meeting choral groups on the piano. Kellys plan to build a homeon noon to 3 pjn. for meditationand Lee Kersey, deceased; that j!
I have filed my petition for distribution -
.Friday 7:30 p. m. Sunday "The Ugly Duckling" pre- Pine Street, east of the prayer for all who wishto and for final discharge -
sented Mrs.Beatrice Futch's come. On Easter Sundayat and that on May 4th, '
: by school.rYYYYTYYTTTYrVYTVYTTY. land
School 10 a.m. Sunday Night 1962, Friday at 10:00.M.. for I Sunn
I Worship 7 p. m. Everyone second and third grade room, 6 a.m. there will be a Sun- approval of said final returns (

cordially invited to attend- featured Lottie Rae Childs as rise Service at the church. and and for for an final order discharge of distribution as executrix > ,I I

Rev. Carl Edmondson, pastor. narrator. Singing and speak- Rev. L. T. How, pastor of of the will of General I
.65. ing in the chorus were Donna LAWTEY% the First Baptist, will give the Lee Kersey. ,
April 6 1962.
Fay Crawford, Roslyn invocation, and Mrs. Fox will INEZ ANDERSON,
a BAYLESS HIGHWAY i Johns, Martha Batten, Glenda speak on the subject of "Imag Executrix
By Enza Blanchard ination." Easter services will THOMAS & PIERCE
Starling, Robbie Lee Hines.
'...an eloquent gift beautiful fondest bestw'mes. CHURCH SCHEDLUE AJAAAAAAAAAAAAA..AAAWI Attorneys at Law I
a to
way express your Sunday School, lOa. m. j Phyllis Griffin Ronnie Hin- I be held at 11 a.m., with recep- 203-205 North Temple Ave. I AM5lb.

We have a large selection of World Bibles in editions suitable for Morning Worship, 11 a. m. son Sherry Norman, Randy I Recreation tion of members and baptism. Starke Florida t 4-12 4t 5-3 I i

young people, older readers teachers students,children. Handsome Training Union, 6 p. m. Brown, Janet Saxon Richard Meeting April 23 PersonalsMrs. NOTICEIN I
bindings .colorful illustrations many volumes with Concordance Evening Service, 7 p.m. Prayer Cranford Joan Hinson, Maria Buddy Elliott, director of Joyce Futch visited her THE NAME OF THE STATEOF I
Eiland the Starke recreation daughter, Mary Julia, and Mr. FLORIDA
Su- program :
Mosher Timmy
and Readers' Aids. Prices suitable for all $2.50 to $1175. meeting, Wednesday, 7 p. I TO: JESSIE LEE PEEPLES
Sullivan will be guest speaker at a and Mrs. John Wyrick in
sanne Eiland, Douglas ,
kop in and see them m. Choir practice Wednesday Whose residence and address is I
8 Gwendolyn Richardson, special meeting of the Lawtey Tallahassee over the weekend.Mr. unknown. 4a
pmPINE Bobby Hicks, Shannon Cox PTA to be held at 7:30: p.m. and Mrs. Marvin War- YOU that ARE there HEREBY has been NOTIFIED filed i

LEVEL Ernie Triest Katie Thomas, Monday,April 23, in the school ren and daughter of Jackson- IB the Circuit Court of Brad- j
cafeteria. All interested ville, and Mrs. Warren's sis- ford County Florida a divorce
Diamond Savings BAPTIST CHURCH and Marty Meng. persons case against you. The style of
N aMild Sunday School lOa. m. Fourth and fifth graders of in the community ter, Miss Frances Pegram of the case is MARY ESTA PEE- '

Given With Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Mrs. Rebecca Jusick's room especially parents-are urgedto Stuart, were guests of Mr. and PLES BLES. Vs.The JESSIE relief therein LEE prayed PEE- a
Youth Training Hour. 6:30p. gave a lively rendition of attend this meeting in the Mrs. J. E. Warren last Saturday is a divorce a vinculo ma- .
m. "Jack and the Beanstalk." interest of a community recreation trimonli. and the custody M. Peebles of | ?
Fred Peeples I
tam Every PurchaseAt Jack was played by Robbie program.At D. B. Thomas and Dianne and Sherrie E Peebles, minors.

LAUREL MISSIONARY Addison, David. Henley was the PTA meeting on visited Lloyd Cone and fam- You are commanded other pleadings to tile .i
your answer or
Bullington's BAPTIST CHURCH the Giant, Sharon Brown the April 10, guests speakers were ily and others in Baldwin during in said cause on or before April

Giant's wife, and Phyllis Meng County Judge T. A. Yawn, the week. 30th. 19&2, with the Clerk of_ These Sunnylond Norris! are the finest hams any-
Rev. D. E. Willis Pastor played Jack's mother. Narra- and James Bloodworth, county Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Hicks
Sunday School 9:45 a. m. tors were Deborah Hill and probation officer. They were spent a few days visiting Mrs.' where. Tendo: and juirGovernment Inspectedto

BULLINGTON'S STUDIO Morning Worship 11 a. m. Patty Johnson. In the chorus introduced by Connie Clark V. R. Reddish and Mrs. Lola TERMITES assure you of' top quality every time. Buy either

Evening Worship 7 pjn. were Elaine Youngblood, Mel- principal of the Lawtey school, Norman, Mrs. J. B. Godwin whole or full; W: no center: slices have been re

I AND GIFT SHOP Wednesday Prayer Meet- ody May. Mary Lou Cooper and gave interesting talks on and children of the State.I SWARMING? moved. Serve your family the finest ham money can

ing 7 p. m.Everyone. Louise Batten Irene Hart the need for a recreation pro- Farm were dinner guests of' buy this Easter Sunnyland at only 49* a pound.
I is invited to attendall Randy Hayes, Paul Lott.) Tom' gram in Lawtey. They de- Mrs. Reddish Friday.
What a buy.WINNwDIXIE.
services. my Eiland, Ronnie Henley I scribed some of_ _the.. difficulI Mrs. G. L. Peterson and Mr.
'Everett Pearsall, Dennis Hall --

I Stanley Jones, Kenny Johns

Jimmy Fulton, Jerry Brown,
ill IOT i
.. Tom Hardy, Karen Breeden, Cad
Terry Breeden Paula McElroy

Cheryl Griffis and Gail Saxon.
The audience, more than 75 f

adults besides the school chil-I for Otutucf year boa* FOOD STORES

dren taking part in the pro- anew ifei

4 gram, received each of the -
skits with resounding ap- t76U

plause. The remaining rooms i
Mrs. Ramona Worley's and economy, STARK! BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO

Principal J. C. Hobb's, will' tire!
; present a program for parents J'

tk on the evening of Friday, May ,
\ .
4, with another presentation PARTS AUTO SERVICE AUTO SERVICES
by Mrs. Barnes' first grade. jj pay ;Little I

Following the students' portion Lot! Starke Motor J. Wright arke'
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. Meng gave a short talk on patriotism -'I ; NYLON ALL Parts Co., Inc.four Cities_Service StationJ.
as the best antidote j SiSSM I
for the growing Communist Local Complete Ante Sorfe C. Gardener, Prop.

threat in the United States.i Sr Goodyear Ny Jobber Fie NAPA Tires BaUerie*-Accessories: Every Mechanical Service

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After the business meeting, .
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were then served in the cafeteria. -
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Gilbert S. Brown
Recapping for Cars a Trufel
were Louise Hall Marjorie Sfarce"66"Service/
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