Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 21, 1963
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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effective April 1 to coordinate all utility] ;

activities of the city.A .

System OK'd report recommending the establishment of sucha

t department was read to the council by J. D. Doyle,

_ _ chairman of the three-man utilities committee; the
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Cods; For Area Towns other two members are Carl Hurst and Seeber Good-
I "NevS ;Such A Saturday" Of Shoppers Thrdnged Starke Business Dist rict Last Friday And Saturday For The First Annual man. The move was strongly protested by City Clerk

Sidewalk Sale. Merrill Edwards who said he had not been consulted

A toll-free telephone system about the move and that it will disrupt the operationof

Sidewalk Sale Success reaching ten towns in this his office. I I"u. .". ___ _
Big area was approved last Friday I me city clerk's office of four
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Water% System Bid Of $66,769 by the Florida Railroad and the new department was Mer-'!' girls be transferred to utilities -

Public Utilities Commission.It rill Dees and Oscar Davis was I,'I department and the

Merchants Plan Berry FestivalSpurred Accepted By Starke Council Florida will Telephone of mean service broad by Co.the scale to Gainesville North extension -- Both recommended assistant Dees and utilities for Davis position director.and all of proper ed.The report equipment also also states moved.that

., Alachua High Springs, :Qther present department "There shall be no uncollected

by the outstar iding success of their Side-I of Starke as a trading center for the weekend were up 100 Starke's city council at its:, approve the sites before the Melrose Waldo and Brooker.A heads, would continue to function -. accounts omitted from this list

walk Sale last weekend, tt Ie Starke Retail Merchantsand was emphasized last weekendas per cent over the same week- regular meeting Tuesday night :i t city could take any action at more limited extension of in their present positions. for any reason. The Directorof

Association met Tuesday laid plans for a gala crowds thronged the streets end last year.CUstomers agreed to accept bids totaling : all. He agreed to inspect the the free dialing privilege will Dees is now power plant superintendent -i Utilities shall proceed, upon
66769.59 as recommendedby sites along with a representative reach Hawthorne Fort receipt of an uncollected accounts -
two days during the mer White. and Davis is natural -
pre-Easter Strawberry Fe stival event on April 5-6. seemed to enjoy
: chant's first annual Sidewalk I Engineer Earl Bessent of. of the Armory Board. Newberry and Keystone gas superintendent.The list from the city clerk
A highlight of the Festival browsing through the mer- Reynolds, Smith and of to effect
ed in this event. Sale. Hills Accepted the low bid of the Heights. collection or discon-
will be a judging contest at I chandise displayed on the Jacksonville, for purchase and Jerome Johns Oil Company of committee also recom- tinue service. Failure on the
Other Saturday afternoon Especially pleasing was the sidewalk and two elderly Accompanying rate hikes mended and the council votedto
2:30 p.m. Saturday, Apr. 6, installation of equipment for 7.23 cents per pound for chlorine will part of any official to comply
be made
features of the festival week- in Alachua
fact that shoppers remainedin shoppers, obviously having a High instruct the city attorney
to pick the best flat of straw- the city's much discussed with these
pro- purchased by the city dur- instructions shallbe
end will be a concert by the town until closing time good time remarked "It's just Springs Melrose Waldo and to prepare an ordinance establishing -
berries produced by a Brad- posed water system. the construed
ing coming year. as malfeasanceand
BHS Band in the shopping Saturday in contrast to the like old times!I" Brooker. i the new departmentfor
ford County grower. A $25 The improvements are sup Agreed to haul fill-in gravelto I shall be dealt with ac-
district at 2 pjn., and an exhibition trend in recent :years when Under the new system, free the council to officially accept -
cash award will be given to Charles Sawyer chairmanof posed, ultimately to remove a site back of the Garden cordingly."
of riding by the Sheriff's -i activity dropped off sharply calls can be made between at a special meeting next
the winner with $15 cash forth the Retail Merchants Division the sediment and bad taste Restaurant where a new mo- : Here-to-fore all bills have
Posse. There will also be after noon on Saturdays. AIachua and Gainesville Tuesday March 26, at 8
runner-up, and $10 for I rides for the and said that the coopera- from the city's water supply. bile home plant may been prepared In the office of
third place. All berry growersin I kiddies.mbina-a Large crowds attended the tive promotions being stagedby Purchasing the equipment will locate. The city will fill in High Springs, Fort White and The report of the utility City Clerk Merrill Edwards
Coke-and-hot-dog 0
the county are invited to tion offer for ten cents.c prize-drawings that were held Starke stores each monthare cost the city 25092.59 and approximately 30,000 square Brooker; committee states "It is the who has also had the respon-

enter this event. and all flats As a special feature on Friday at 16 stores at 20-minute intervals provjng to be a great the installation will come to feet not less than eight inches Brooker and Gainesville. Al opinion of the committee that sibility of collecting all ac

entered in the contest will be most Starke stores will throughout the after trade stimulus and are also $41,677 according to the city's deep nor more than 12. achua High Springs and Wal- the utility requirements of counts.

auctioned off afterward to the give a free pint of strawberries noon. creating much good will a- engineers.The do; the City are such that if we I The committee also recom-

highest bidder with receipts with each purchase of $5 I One store manager said he mong consumers. improvements will be Slogan ContestFor High Springs and Gainesville are to continue to meet the mended that the utilities director

going to the grower. or more. The merchants believe "never saw such a Saturday" Commenting on the Side- financed locally by borrowing Alachua Fort White demands efficiently a man be responsible for set-
Just so the ladies will not this will help publicizethe reporting his sales almost $65,000 from each band-the Newberry and Brooker. agement tool must be estab- ting the amounts of all utility
feel "slighted" there will bea quality of Bradford Coun- equal to the two Saturdays walk Sale, one store manager Florida Bank at Starke and Bradford Waldo and Gainesville lished. deposits and that "guidelines"for
preceding Christmas. Another said, "I think it's the best the Bank. Actually "Existing utility depart-
contest for the women for ty strawberries to customersin Community Brooker and Melrose; that function be established
the best dessert made with this trade area. said his store was "snowed thing we've done yet. We made the city won't realize Under WayEntries Melrose and Gainesville i ments would continue to func- I by ,the city council.

strawberries. Cash prizes of Crowds In Town under Saturday," and one lots" of new friends who may the full $65,000 from the Keystone Heights Waldo and. tion in the same manner I. It was also recommendedthat

$15. $10. and $5 will be offer-; The continued importance store reported that its sales become regular customers." Florida Bank because it simply are now being accepted ,:Hawthorne., ; '. with the same department the new department be
I extended a note on which heads and responsibilties with housed in one of the rooms

c ... ._' ". a .... Prices a balance of .,$47,5'.iwas,still contest"for in the a $50 best first advertis-prize Press According the to the Associated all utility activities being coordinated currently used by the police (

By Sheriff's Office ferry owed. The total of $130,000will ing slogan for Bradford : increases will accompanying produce rate by the Utilities Di- department for which a new
be repaid to each bank in an additional rector." According to the report room has been constructed, .
: Running AheadOf 44 months with monthly payments $25,000 a year to the the director would have and the area currently used as
to each bank of $1,500. Sponsored by the Bradford .telephone company. The increased charge of electric generationand a cashier cage be used as a
Two More WarrantsIn Civic Roundtable the contest income will be $4,000
1962 Crop Interest rates at both banksis distribution natural gas billing room. A new cashier's
I will also offer a $25 second less than the toll charges that
four per cent. water sewage meter reading cage would be made opening
prize and a $10 third prize. will be eliminated
'Average prices for Bradford however
According to City Clerk I purchasing building permitsand directly Into the clerk's of
County's 1963 strawberry crop, Merrill Edwards engineersfees The slogan should not be I the commission said. inspections streets garbage fice. It was also recommendedthat

Home FraudsAnother .just getting under way are of approximately six percent I over ten words- the shorter utility consumer billing the radio base stationbe
the better and should be
'.running slightly ahead of the will run the cost of the Sheriff's Sale and customer deposits. moved from the city clerk'
one that is suitable for use
opening days in 1962 it was job up slightly. The report recommendsthat office to the utility depart
on folders or highway signs
warrant, charginga $460 in cash to.pay off some the presence of the notary. reported yesterday at:Market.the Revenue to repay the two advertising the county. Halted Bids meter readers report to ment.
Starke State Farmers
home repair firm salesman debts. Judge Yawn said he based loans will be raised from one-, The contest is to the Director of Utilities Instead "I haven't been consulted
with grand larceny on two Prevatt said he signed the his warrant on Chapter 831.01of : Since shipments started hereon half of the city's sewer service except members open of the everyone Said Too LowA of the city clerk as Is about one item until this min
March 8, prices have averaged I
now the practice and shall receive ute. City Clerk Merrill Edwards
counts was issued here Tues contract and received the the Florida Statutes which charge and 25 per cent roundtable and' their families.
$3.26 flat ((12 pints)
day by County Judge T. A. cash. When the job was about declares that anyone who per of the city's utility tax which There is no limit to the number instructions from no said protesting the
Yawn. half completed the company falsely makes a certificate return as compared with a $2.79 average has been pledged in an ord-I of entries that an individ- sheriffs sale to satisfytax other person or official. It also moving of machinery and rec-

Charged in the warrant is representatives returned, and or attestation of any no- during the first ten daysof nance passed Tuesdey night.In ual may send it, but each liens totaling $1,387.84 recommends that no othcr ords from his office. The clerk

L. Meredith, representing talked him into signing some tary public in relation to any I the 1962 season. other action Tuesday should be written on a separ- against the defunct Starke person or official except the said that the operation of
Florida Screen Patios Inc. of additional papers, Prevatt matter in which the instru- During the period March 819. night the council: ate sheet of with the Dry Cleaners & Laundry was utilities director or his rep- his office Is already set up In

Winter Haven. Sheriff P. D. said. This later proved to have ment may be received as legal the Starke market handled Accepted the lowest bid name and address paper of the con halted Monday after only $410of resentative be allowed to con- the city charter and termedthe
flats for return of "
12,122 a
,Reddish said yesterday that been a mortgage on his property proof is guilty of forgery. from a local dealer the Gulf tributor on each sheet. equipment had been sold be- nect or disconnect any utility council's action "unfair.

Meredith was being held in although he did not knowit Sheriff P. D. Reddish said 39557.73 to growers. Refining Company, for both Members of the Roundtablewill cause the bids were too low. service. According to the city char

jail in Atlanta, Ga. and that at the tune the Lawtey that an attempt would be Last year the season opened regular and eythyl gasoline for serve as judges. According to information Billing of utility consumer: ter the general duties of the

his office sent a man to Atlanta man said.Prevatt. made to serve the warrant today somewhat earlier on Feb. 26. the coming 12 months. Priceon Entries should be mailed to from the Bradford Countysheriff's I accounts will also be the responsibility city clerk are to "keep and
and the first ten !
told officers he received [Thursday]. days brought the regular fuel 20.51 of the utilities director preserve the corporate seal
today [Thursday] to see was Box 238 Starke Fla., and office, the sale will .
about extraditing him. Bond a booklet of post cards I Judge Yawn said that a shipments of 3,345 fIats. cents per gallon but the priceon must be postmarked before be resumed ':Monday March 25, who will deliver the and all books. records deeds

was set by Judge Yawn at apparently for the purpose of preliminary hearing had been The opening price here this the eythyl was not avail- midnight April 15. after more bidders have been' prepared bills to the city cleik and other documents of the

$2.500. sending the company the names -, requested in the case of Charles season was $2.71 per flat while able at press time. One bid invited. Bradford County has for mailing. To prepare tLe city" and "countersign all
I I last year's opening was $2.50. bills the committee has recommended warrants for payment of mon-
Meredith was charged in of persons as "leads" for Welch district sales manager that of the Pure Oil Comp- a tax lien against the estab-
Biggest day of the seasonso REVIVAL NOTICE that two members ofBradford's Continued on Page 21
connection with obtaining a the company to follow up for for a company that recorded any, was lower than the Gulf lishment for $788 and the
far when
mortgage from Earl Prevattof future sales. If sales were two mortgages withina was Monday 2,919 bid but was not accepted because Revival services will be held Florida Industrial Commission I
flats sold. total
Lawtey for a "siding job"on made. he was to receive a five few days of each other on was 2,313 were flats.Tuesday's of the lack of a local starting Monday March 25, ..one for $599.84 owed to the Birth Rate Above

his home last year. Pre- per cent commission on each the property of Strong, for dealership. at the Long Branch Congre- Florida Unemployment Com-

vatt told officers he was approached job not exceeding $100. whom a shell home was to Was offered two sites fora gational Methodist Church at :pensation fund.
Prevatt he now assumes have been built. The judge District Band new armory by Benjamin White Springs with Rev. An- !
by Meredith in December says .. Items sold :Monday were two National Average Figures ShowBradford
1961 with a proposalto that he was being given said the preliminary hearing Festival Set Suslow- one 29 acre site on drew Varnes as evangelist. '.adding machines (one electric). ,
put the siding on his home this opportunity to collect would be set during the week U.s. 301 north for $12,000 and Services will be held each a ticket recorder, electric heater -

"without cost" in exchangefor commissions and pay off his of April 1. Here March 23 another 10 acre site on S.R. night at 7:30 concluding with air conditioner two puffiron County produceda 1,000 population.By .
contract, and that this is One of the two mortgages 230 for $10,000. Mayor Randal dinner on the ground on Sunday the
permission to use the job Twenty-one bands composed .units, one adjusta-form, a big excess in the number of way of comparison
what the company representa- recorded against Strong'sproperty of approximately 1,000 Chitty told Suslow that the March 31. Everybody cash register two sewing machines births over the number of birth rate throughout the United
"advertising purposes. As the meant by. the job not has been cancelled: Armory Board would have to welcome.
.. young musicians will take I an air vacuum water deaths during the past decade States averaged 24.7 per
part of the agreement, the costing anything. The commission by the company since its .
to It 23.6 in the Stateof
part In the 1963 District Band softener and an air compressor. according a special popula- 1000. was
company was to give Prevatt deal was not explained salesman was arrested Judge Festival to be held at tion study released by the Florida.
to him at the time of the Yawn said.
ford County High Brad-1 Government.It From the evidence at hand
original contract Prevatt said. Welch was charged with two shows that 2.7 local resident !- it appears that the large-
urday March 23. Race Track Funds
counts of grand larceny and .
Some time after that Pre- Twenty concerts will be : were born in the periodfor family era Is at an end. at
See The pre-
later released under $3,000bond. (
vatt said he received a regular was sented during the festival Ji \b1 !Hiked $4,500 every one who died. least for the present.
He is also under $50 ,
) OPERETTA'The I coupon book for making bond for soliciting without li- which starts at 7 am. and : I The composite figures reveal Young couples are waiting
monthly payments which he continues until 9:30: p. m. : Over Last Year that there were 3,141 live longer before taking on the

Sleeping has been remitting since that cense.The two mortgages recorded Starke was picked to host the I births and 1,152 deaths in the role of parents. Thy: are delaying -
time. After seeing newspaper event again this year becauseof Bradford County has already 10 years. This refers to local this step for a few
Strong's property totaled -
Beauty' reports of arrests in other against 10686. while the Negro its fine facilities Band Director received $4,500 more in race residents only. Excluded are years after marriage. Older

housing deals he decided to said he understood the con- Elden Mathews said.A track funds this year than any non-residents who wer married couPles. by the same

Lawtey Junior report his case to officers tract price was to be around marching exhibition for was received by the same date born or who died In the coun- token are ending their: child-

here. $2700. the public is scheduled for 8 in 1962.A ty.The rearing careers sooner than
High School Prevatt's contract for the T---' p.m. Saturday at the BHS stadium payment for $36.000 was source of the data assembled was the case ten years agu.

work that he was led to believe I Admission for the marching received this week, bringing by the Department of What Is the reason for this
Friday, March 22 179 Yet To
woud "cost him nothing" Sign exhibition, adults $1.00 and the total so far this season to Commerce was the vital statistics change In attitude? A numberof

8:00 P.M.Adults was approximately $2,300 with Homestead Exempt. students 35c. $118.000There are several that have been gathered explanations are advanced.One .

I a "time price differential" payments yet to come. each year by the U.s. Public is that It Is becoming Increasingly -

50e I the new sugar-coated name for Application Forms First Two Fish : Each Florida county received Health Service. The remits expensive: to bringup

Children 25c I interest-of $1,300 for a total Are EnteredIn $208,000 in racing funds in are given for each county in children. Providing for

I in excess of $3,600. According to Tax Assessor .. the preceding fiscal year the United States. their food.. clothes and education

I Notary Faces Charges Gene Long 179 Bradford County '63 ContestThe z--- J. : \. '.'J'Oi' ; :_1ILI which was the largest in the,. Although the rate of birthsis while carrying the pres
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home have not
Judge Yawn also issued a owners yet history of the tax. At the still at a high level In Brad- ent-day tax load takes a lot

This I warrant for forgery against signed their 1963 homestead first two entries in the I 'White Lightning' Goes Down Drain present rate however even ford County, such is not the of Income.

Space Contributed Betty M. King a notary public exemption applications despite I 1963 North Florida Fishing this amount will be exceededthis case In every part of the coun- Added to this Is the tighter

Weekly t. Publicize I who took acknowledgments having received two notices to' Contest .sponsored by the Starke Police Chief William ers for several months in year. try. Figures Indicate that the job situation and the trend

Community Events by I on two mortgages recorded do so. Starke-Bradford County Rosser and Mayor Randal hopes that it could be usedas In Bradford County the national rate has been dropping toward apartment house living .

against the property. Deadline to sign up for the Chamber of Commerce were Chitty are shown pouring out evidence according to Ros first $15,000 of race money for the last five years witn the apace limitations

The of an aged Lawtey negro Ed $5,000 tax exemption is April registered this week. 15 gallons of "white lightning" ser but whoever stashed the received goes to the County reversing the upward trend that it Involves.But .

CommunityState I Strong. in February. I.I.I 1, just eight working days Lewis Smith of Melrose en- found just before New Year's whiskey never came back for I. Development Authority and that had been In progress: Bradford County

I Strong says he was Induced i away. A list of those who have tered an 11-Ib., 4 oz. black Day stashed on the bank ofa it. Police found three five- the remainder is divided.55 per since 1945.Locally la holding its apparently

Bank I I to sign papers without being not filed their applications is bass and O'Neil Mattox of creek In Reno. gallon jugs two one-gallon cent to the School Board and : over the past decade In the birth rate field, more own

j I told they were mortgages and (published on page 12 of Jacksonville registered a 2-lb., The high-smelling shine jugs and two empty five!gal- 45 per cent to the County the average annual birthrate so than most other sections

,1 denies that he signed them in ithLs. issue of the Telegraph. 6-oz. perclL was kept at police headquart- ton jugs. comm.1ss1on, __ ,_ ampwtea V) 3fcl pe: of the eountlr.w'J .



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Spanky Mcl ndon who is '-- Od:> ..._._.- I to 45 i!
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee I large enough cover or Teen TownIs

attending Easl Tennessee Crosby Jr. and: Mr. and Mrs. City To Have 50 days of service the city .

State College is spending the Bill Tilley and families spent RAIFORD would still lose money if the I Re-scheduled ;

... spring holidays with, his par Friday to Sunday at the Gra. customer left town without)This SaturdayTeen ,

.- ents Mr. an4< Mrs. R. P. Mc- ham-Alvarez camp in the -_r-_-._._._._._ .,. Utilities Dept.Continued paying. j ,

...... Lendon of the State Farm. Scrub. Another city official pointed j! Town is scheduled this !

GLADYS MOOTT PHONE 964-0651 Mr. and Mrs. Rudy McDcnelland Mrs. R. O. Dansby was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Warren out after the meeting that i Saturday. March 23, from noon i,

..,, I- I sons of Tampa were her mother, Mrs. Marvin Bloodsworth' attended a chicken \ [ From Page 1] the January 31 audit reportof until 4 p. m. instead of the usual I
weekend guests of the McLen- Andrews in Ozark. Ala. last supper Saturday night at I the city's finances showed \ hours be- i

Mrs. O. L. Haynes. Sr. is Miss Angie Dunagan of Tift .I week. She was joined over the home of their son Gene I f ey by the city." !. that of total billings during Saturday the District.Band evening Con. I
: of .. ,
I visiting Mjr. and Mrs. J. A. College was home the past i dons.Mrs.. Effie Johns and Mrs. the weekend by her husband f Bloodsworth, and family in "If you move the radio you i January of $44.982.74 that I Ii I causf test to be held here then according ;
Scanlan and family in War- week for the Spring Effie Carter visited Mrs. Julia Mrs i Lake Butler. -T I, I
remained uncollected
4 hOli.1 son, Mickey and daughter I will have two and the 'other i 7396.91 to Director Richard
rington. Va. for a month. days. Rev. and Mrs. .I Faulk in Jacksonville Wednes Rodney Hall, and sons. R*v. Lonnie Roberts and a Walter Ratliff side' and one will idle all the I as of February 21. The !Jockel. \ ;!

I Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson Dunagan also had as weekend Mrs. Bertha Pearce, :will delegation from a. Jack- I time," Clerk Edwards told the i audit also showed that during < ;
Ban4 members studentsvisiting
: and family visited Mr. and guest Mickey Hinson of Savannah day.Mrs.. L. S. Hutto returned leave Saturday by plane for ville church visited the Jim I Selected Petty council. I that period $3'l.1 7Q.25 had here for the or content are ;

I Mrs. A. G. Loudon Sr. in Keystone Ga. home Saturday frou\ Plant i Claremont Calif. to spend a Conners Sunday afternoon. Officer Of MonthWalter Speaking to the clerk Chair been collected by the clerk'invited to participate n Teen : :

: Heights on Sunday. Mrs. Donald McRae and son. City where she attended the i month with her son-in-law They were enroute to Fort I man Ruby Johns said, "We've j' and that service had been discontinued -j
Town activities JockeJ said.
Wt Mrs. Don Hardenbrook and Bill were in Jacksonville last funeral of her sister-in-law I and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. White to hear Rev. Lonnie' E. Ratliff. AMS1 thought about this for a long I' on bills totaling I
Over 1,100 band members have
: : Mrs. Nelson Green were in Thursday visiting the Art Gallery ] Mrs. Edna Hitter. C.. L. Hill. and family. Dobbs preach.Mr. son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. time and consulted with our I $415.58. ,: been Invited to participate in f

I *I. New Orleans La. from Sunday and the Children's Mu Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moseley Riley Reddish of Jessup, and Mrs. Gene Free Ratliff of Graham, was selected engineers; the city Is growingso I The audit report also states'the district contest.

: to Tuesday on business.. ,Mrs. seum.Mr.. and MrsMabel Evans of Ga. was a Monday dinner man and little' daughter of as the VT-3 Petty Officerof fast that we thought the i I that the city had a total of '<

L_ Hardenbrook and .children' will and Mrs. W. H. Noll- Memphis, Tenn. are visitingDr. guest of Sheriff and Mrs. P. Lake Butler visited their I the.Month for January in department was necessary." > $12,461.52 in unpaid utility !

I. leave Sunday to join Sgt. Har man will spend Friday night and Mrs. H. H. Adams. D. Reddish. grandmother Mrs. Mary Freeman i Training Squadron Three U. "But don't you actually I accounts as of February 21, j ji j jI

denbrook in Okinawa for three with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Daw- Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. and. Local admittances to Doetar's Sunday afternoon.Mrs. I' S. Naval Auxiliary Air Station, think I should have been con- I 1963 and recommended that j ji WITHG

years. kins In Jacksonville n,_ u and nn_ will____ daughter Mrs.: ..Fred- cuy- 01 Hospital this week include Ray Bryan left Tuesday Whiting' Field, Milton, Fla. sulted as part of the city and i "an ordinance be enacted by I

: Clay GUhooly son of Mr. attend "Holiday: on Ice/' Gainesville, spent Thursday to : John Spence Mrs. night for her home in In a letter to Ratliff's parents as an elected official," Ed- I the city council to require that j

I and Mrs. Mike Gilhooly is Spending the weekend at Sunday in Macon. Go- with Delphine Huff Mrs. Catherine Newark Del. after several the commanding officerof wards asked in reply. service on delinquent accounts i

: .. seriously ill with pneumonia the Thomas camp in the Scrub Miss Jane Guy at Wesleyan Wilson and daughter Linda days visit with the J. R. Cas- the naval station said: "It Mayor Randal Chitty cited be discontinued at some seas-,

I' in the University Medical Cen were Mrand Mrs. Lavern College, and attended the Mrs. Cathy Alvarez, Wayne on family. was recently my pleasure to to Edwards the need for the enable fixed date for the City'' \

ter. Outlaw and family of Starke. I Ninth Annual Parents Day on Harris, and Mrs. Bessie Un Mrs David Moyer and 'present Walter with city to departmentalize sayIng Treasurer's guidance in the '

: Eric McIntyre of Jacksonville IMr.. and, Mrs. R. H. Outlaw of i Saturday.Mrs. derwood. children of Washington. D. C.. the "Petty your Officer son of, the it Is good business to have collection of the accounts." IfLifet;

I is, spending this week : Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs D,' Smith DeVoe and son, Janelle Pollard and Nancy and her mother, Mrs. Annie Month" award. He was chosenfor men qualified in their own The auditor also recommended -

; with his grandparents, Mr. S. wand children, of Denton. are medical patientsat Bennett spent the long weekend Kelly of Heilbronn Springs this honor on the basis of type of work to head each de- that "no utility services be

I and Mrs. J. H. DuPre. Melbourne. and Mr. and Mrs. Bradfor4 County Hospital.Mr. in Clearwater with Nan were Wednesday evening initiative partment. furnished, except in cases of i j ;

: ).frs. J. C: Fogg visited herS Paul Sullivan of Kiss1mm e. and Mrs. John Toro !e cy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. guests of their aunt Mrs. ance and interest devotion preserver-to duty. "Merrill you'll have less to extreme emergency until af-j t

aunt. Mr$. Flo, Lyons, in Jacksonville Mrs. Muriel S. Norman Mrs.Kate of Starke. and Mr. and Mrs I G. Bennett.Mr. i Bessie Sapp. I Walter has voluntarily devoted do [under the new system]." ter an adequate deposit has i

I : on Tuesday evening. Sheppard. Mrs. Edna Joe Bill Rood 9f Bradenton I and Mrs. J. O. Sewell Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Thomas extra time and effort to : chimed in Councilman Orie been collected." |

:, I Donnie Page and Misses I Hart, Miss Della Rosenberg will return Thursday after a and family of Jacksonvillewere and daughters Darnell.. his work to high Wiggins. !
v, rJpyce. Jacobs and Dot Reese : and Mrs. Mona Cnova attended week in the West attending visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. and Mrs. Delores Davis and ensure standards "The clerk will do what he Goodwill Truck !
of St. Johns 'Junior College the Delta of little of Hawthorne visited ; of performance His attitude ;
I Kappa Gam- the National Association Sewell Sunday.Mr. son
B. on is supposed to instead of two
-' spent the weekend, with Mr. ma dinner at the FEA convention S t a te Racing CQmmLsSion and Mrs. Glen Reddishare relatives here Sunday. reflect and credit professional ability or three other jobs too," To Visit Starke j AEAT

I and Mrs. Don Page. in -Jacksonville on meeting in Phoenix Ariz and moving to Wilmington, Mrs. Tommy Bennett of this upon himself Chairman Johns told Edwards. IT'S i
':. squadron, and the U. S. Friday Morning ::
Mrs. Dave Reid and children Thursday. Sight-seeing in Las Vegas Dela. next weekend. Mr. Reddish Jacksonville visited her family Navy. It is gratifying whenone "I don't see why if you'reso

f of Jacksonville' spent Friday Misses Jean Mundy Fran Grand Canyon and other is employed by DuPontat the Bill, Sapps.' here Sun- of our men displays the considerate of the clerk The Goodwill Industries
with. Mr. and Mrs. Dolph cis Cannon, and Doris Stein- 'I
of interest.
84' points Penngrove N. J. i day.The high qualities to that you didn't consult him truck of Jacksonville will be !
i Reddish and Saturday with way of FSU spent the weekend The Senior High Youth Rally Those from Starke attend; New Congregational attain this award necessary, before-no one in this office at the Methodist: Fellowship I :
& her parents, Mr: and Mrs. D.Y with Young 'People's and you
Mrs. W. B. Mundy of the' North Florida the Kappa Delta Pi tea Methodist about the .
ing can be truly proud of has complained Hall at 11 am Friday to receive -'
\ Carpenter at Lake Santa while enroute to the State Recreation of Presbytery Conference -. last Thursday afternoon in Singing' Convention was held your son work Edwards '
and his service to his amount of his discarded clothing, fur-
coun i
lit j Fe. convention In Tampa was held over the weekend the Wilmington Room of the at the New River Methodist "
try. stated. niture and
toys, appliances
L' .Mr, and Mrs. D. N. Denmark until Wednesday.Mr. at Camp ;Montgomerywith Atlantic Coast Line building Church [northeast of Jlai-
Ratliff attended "Are you saying you're Unwilling other articles that can be
!II- Sr.. and Mr, and Mrs and Mrs. Bill Carter 230 persons attending.Mrs. Jacksonville were Miss fordl last Sunday Bal..r.
in., ,County to even try the new made usable by .
High School repair.The
..... Dale E. Denmark were visiting and daughter. and Bud Under W. E. Lawson returned Madge Middleton, Mrs. Ruth Bradford. Clay, and Union joining Chitty.
? asked
(the Navy in 1955 and system Mayor articles received here
Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Nor- hill of Fort Meade were Sunday after Counties were well represented. spend-
home Monday surgeryin Frazier, Mrs. Martha Pellum, it LIFE !
ing his boot camp days at "No, 111 certainly try will be carried to the Good-
man on Sunday. visitors of Mrs. W. B. Baptist Memorial Hospitallast McRae. !
., Mrs. Arthur out
and Great Lakes. He served at the clerk said pointing will Industries headquarters in
'.,. Mundy. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Craw
Air Mrs. Tommy Johns, week. Rev. and Mrs. Dick Knox
been willingto
that he'd
stations in Atlantic City Jacksonville always Jacksonville where they will I II
".. the former Jackie Colley of Mrs. Elizabeth Fowler of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sellersof and son of Kingsport, Tenn. ford Jr. and Karen of Heil and on the island of offer his services in any be repaired by handicapped I
., Macclenny have moved to Eau Gallie was visiting the F. Burlington N. C. were visiting wer luncheon guests Mon- bronn visited Mrs. Crawford's 'i
and to
Guam in the Pacific before manner. persons sold carry on
Jacksonville. F. Mr. and Mrs. Claude J. T. parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. W, I
Stump family over the day of Mr. and Mrs. joining the VT-3 team In Edwards also. protested the the program for the handi 8
weekend while her Richard Crowson over the weekend.Mr. Mrs. Knox Wilkinson, last Sunday. Whu I
Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis son, Quigley. Rev. and 1q11. His primary jobs transferral of two of his four capped.All r You
and family of Wiggins, Miss. Fowler, was guest of Mrs. and Mrs. Orie Wigginsand will be leaving in May for there they attended the singat screening and are office workers to the utilities persons who would like can easily plan
preparing records -
"" .. spent the weekend with their Daisy Perryman. son, Gene visited L. G Lebanon and Cyprus as missionaries New River. plus tagging parts in the department saying it would to contribute articles for this\ your child's degree.

parents Mr, and Mrs. E. C.Jwis Mrs. W. H. Thomson Jr. Hemmingway in Bailey Rest under the dull Lake Mr.sand Mrs. Harold Craw.. material department of the 'disrupt the operation of his purpose are asked to bring i Ask your Gulf Liferepresentative

of Starke and Mr. and and family of Monticello, and Home in Jacksonville; on Sun Bible Conference of Michigan. ford of Lawtey visited Mr. squadron. office. He told the council them to the truck during its I

MrsC.. L. Atkinson in Brooker. Freddie Thomson of the U. of day.Mr. Charles Lawson of Lakeland and Mrs. A. M. Jones last. Ratliff received more good that none of them had "stayed stop here. I how

F. weekend of and Mrs. Frank Owsley spent Saturday night with his weekend. I
\ .- were guests news recently when his wife around the office long Adapt-A-Plan can assist
the F. F. and daughters of Opelika, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cason
Mrs. M. L. Shaw and daugh- Stump family. gave birth to a baby girl who enough to really understand
Ala. have rented the home at left Tuesday night for their in child's education.Gu1f
1 ter Dr. Luelle Shaw of Miami Lawson.Mr. the behind the your
Mrs. E. J. Dowling returned (I will join other Ratliff children reasons way IS
327 Lake street. Mr. home in Miami after spending '
: Owsleyis and Mrs. Donald Sternof '"
!, and Mrs. Laurie Padrick Sunday after a week's visit I Walter, 2, and Janet, 4. we operate.
i the new Starke recreation N. C. were several days here. ,
Jacksonville, .
of Jacksonville were Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Ogden At one point in the argument 4 II
: guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. director. :weekend guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tompkins -
and other relatives in Pompano UF Graduates over the new system, Ii
a Sewell. Beach. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Thompson Mrs. Harry Stern. had three of their children Councilman Doyle told Ed- I : I '

i Jr. and family visited Chief and Mrs. Vernon Bar- and their families as Local Students
wards that one man in Starke
Mrs. Ronald Behnke in Green nett and children of Key West guests last Thursday Friday
rented an apartment three
Cove Springs Sunday after were visiting her: parents. Mr. and Saturday. and none of 'Several
persons from this times only to have the !
money Life
them knew the others 1.- 4
noon. Arthur Dale and were
and Mrs.
I area are included in the list returned to him when the potential ,
I a
Albert Crews of Miami was family last week. coming. The visitors include of .
first. students to be grad occupant refused to
FLORIDATHEATRE. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. Mr. and Mrs. George Hug Rev. and M Malcolm Tompkins ,- uated under the new tfimest.t pay the large utility deposit I J 1 _
R. Chism from to of Orlando. Mrs. Made $ I INSURANCE
f Sunday gins and family and. Miss a
}tem at...t Unhrersity of required by him the
'Walk nd'da ihters of ., .
Wednesday.Mr. Dorothy Hardy were (in Roanoke line fl j
\ Florida They jaaye received Edwards COMPANY
replied by
saying I ITerwillegar
ti and Mrs. C. L. Cooper Va. Friday to Monday Niceville, and Mr. and Mrs. their degrees, without ceremony that unless the deposit was I

i and family visited relatives in visiting Pvt. Tommy HvsginS Giles Tompkins and children prior to the formal

I -- Cross City Saturday and also at the Aberdeen Proving qf Jacksonville, commencement. convocation at

visited C. J. Cooper in Alach- Grounds Md. Mr. and. Mrs. Cecil Addison 2 p.m. on May 4.Graduates I

ua General Hospital on Sun Mrs. Lorraine Dodrer and Jr. ef Brooksville visited
from this area
., : .. day.Mrs. Ed Haddock of Jacksonville their parents, Mr. and Mrs. are:'
Mattie Gahagan under Cecil Addison 'Sr. of Heil i MotorsYOUR
OPENING TIME and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Addison : Starke: Gerald' f,. Gibson,
I MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY went eye surgery in St. Vin.cent's and children of Doctor' bronn, and Mr. and Mrs. The l bachelor' 'of electrical engineering

f OPEN 7:00 P. M. SHOW STARTS 7:30 Hospital on Tuesday.Her Inlet were Sunday dinner odore Rosier of Raiford last ;, Robert "Alexis t Green. Jr.,
son, R. E. Gahagan of guests of Mr. and Mrs. David weekend.Mr. ; '
: FRI. 3:30 SAT. 1:00 SUN. 2:00 bachelor of'lawKeystone
Bluffton, Ga. arrived Sundayto Penoyer. and Mrs. Howard Register Heights: Michael AUTHORIZED FORD DEALERiEI1i.LF
I be with her. and children of Lake
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Winkler Lee Adams, BAR; Glen Milton
: Mr. and Mrs. Maxie CarterJr. have had as visitors Mrs. Ray City visited t friends here Sun.. starnes, BSB. '1
Fri. Sat. March 22
23, and family with Mr. and Ambrose of Jacksonville on day afternoon, Lake I
SS Geneva: Edgar Dallas
Mrs. Don Spencer and Mr,. Bessie Sapp had as
familyof Saturday and Sunday and ,ft. Cook Jr., BSB. I
: Double Feature: ProgramNO. Daytona Beach and Mr. and Mrs. George Sheppard, qf Saturday guests her 'niece Melrose: Wesley A. Pabber.HAMPTON :
SS and Mrs. J. B. Spencer of Gainesville Sunday evening'. I 4rs, Annie Kelly of Heilbrom.

a 1 NO. 2 Orlando visited Six Gun Ter- Miss Elaine Strickland will Springs. She returned homs .v,.". y

I _______ ritory and Silver Springs on spend the weekend with her I With Mrs, Kelly and spent 1'\I

: FROM A WORLD J ARETHERE... P Sunday.Dr. I uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs.j: Sunday.Mr .

I WWIT CAMETOJERRORIZSr and Mrs. T. G. Ritch N. P. Racardi and family in ,' and Mrs. Joe Bryan; ;j;

SS : ; :, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grau- Miami and will attend the.final and children of Jacksonvillewere

I I don and families will attend parade of the Riverside Sunday guests of the J. ,By Mrs.' IX E.:Hill I

I &___ the Holiday On Ice show at Military Academy of which R. C .son familyMrs. .

II II I the Coliseum Friday night. :: her cousin, Mike York, waa a .: 'Madeline Walker and AaAAAaAaaasa A 3j f

T9' FrI //1' i J, F. Bloodworth attendedthe participant.. daughter, 'and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark}
i Dixie Gun Collectors E: W. Tompkins visited Mrs. of
I show S-Sgt. and Mrs. Edwarct',A, Hampton Lake attended a :;
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II \ I I Lakeland on Sunday.Mr. Winkler of Waco. Texas who Sadie Powers in Macclenny family reunion in Lakeland

4 I and Mrs. L. R. McCle.1] have spent the past week Saturday evening. Sunday. I I II !
lan and son of Clifford Bloodsworth of I
,1 with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wink" Mrs. Louise Manire returned !ij
, I Sunday visitors of Mr. and I ler. will leave today for their arasota spent two days this Sunday after spending a weekIn
... Mrs. R. L. McClellan. i' new assignment at the Suffolk week with his parents the St. Petersburg with her i
: ,:"f Dr. and Mrs. A. J, Warren Bloodsworths.Mr. .
Barry, County AFB at Westhampton, uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. ;
4S 4I .. I Dr. T. G. Ritch and daughter Long Island N.Y. and Mrs. Richard Sikes Larland Maxwell. .

Plus "Trail Blazer Magoo" Cartoon Jan and Bobby Turner and Local admittances to the I-and children. of Dade Cityweje Air. and Mrs. Clarence Ha
: daughters attended the Alach !.Bradford .weekend guests of their
County Hospital his
j'j't i gan, Qt. Melton and Mr.fl
ua County Horse Show during grandmother, Mrs. Nancy
I' week include Mrs., C. H. Nas- and Mrs. J. W. Sasser
the weekend. wnrthv.. ... .TT... T. Qr: .... .u..... Thorntnn i spent .
.. .._..P... .. ''
1 -- I 4. Ji14. Saturday in St.
: Sun. Mon. Tuea. March 24 25 iiine; : Augustinf, I
26 Beverly Diane Crawford of Katherine Sponholtz, and Mrs. Dobbs of Gainesville Mrs. Bill Underwood was 000 ALL MAKES
4 t Jacksonville spent from of
I Wednesday Irene Brooks. ,spent Wednesday taken to Doctors Hospital InI I

C ---R I- to Sunday with her Mrs. X. M. Smith and children last week with! her parerjts, Starke last week for treatment i I

.4 LAURENCE FRANCE '\ 1 1I grandmother Mrs. E. L. Craw ,, were visiting her parents,t the Jim I Conners. Friday AND MODELSFRONT
ford. Mrs. Crawford also I guests of the Conners t ,
had Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bolden, were
as Sunday guests Mr. and in Opalocka over the week their. 'niece Mrs. Madeline flenry'Mosher left early last'week i foift(, S
I MARTHA 44 Mrs. James K. Richey of Jack. Dukes, and children of Lake for Ft. Ord Calif., whereh END ALIGNS -

I HYHlHAL : .sonville. end.Mr.. and Mrs.Mack Williams t CI Y. i .. is to be stationed with the ; MENT

Mr..and Mrs. A. S. Reinoehl i army after several days visit :
Mrs. 'Karl Dobbs and Mr. I
were in Waycross Ga. list,I MOTOR TUNE-UP
{ here with his
parents. Mr. '
i Doctor's Inlet were Sunday i: k'nd frs'l'y; demons Jr, '
weekend to visit Mr. and Mrs. :I and
1ttj! visitors of Mrs. E. M. Davis j I[ Charles W. McQuaig and to Tisited relatives in Lake City Mrs. Milton Mosher. He 0 MOTOR OVERHAUL
-, r had been stationed in Ft., .
I .11"- --------j---_ I I Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis,i attend the funeral of A. W. : last Thursday. Little Karen Mohnjouth, N. J. .

: GARY HERIU) -MICHAEL) ) WILDIN6 UIYOSHI> UMEKI visited Mrs. J. R. Hardee inj i Poulson Sunday afternoon, !I Register, returned. with them ,, Mrs. L. AHall spent BRAKES ADJUSTED

I Di'S Dr JOHN STURGES. ., ECt'JAAO ANHALT- PANAV1SION Plf | Fernandina on Thursday and j 1 Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddishand ; for a "wefekehil yisit here. "' I S AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION -
Thursday Mrs.
with Teen
I _nCHHICOLDR a ,_ stopped in Jacksonville on1' and :
Mr. Mrs. J. R. McCloud
family were visiting Mr.! .
| business enroute home Fri- i,I and a! Jacksonville>>: announce the ,Eisenacher of Melrose., ; REPAIRSCOOLING .
Mrs. Jack in
Cock A Doodle Sapp New
: Plus Dog" Cartoon day'j j : Mr. and Mrs. Doug Davis
j Smyrna Beach on Friday Rev.i birth of a son on March 14. I SYSTEMS
I I Capt. and Mrs, Don Koretz and Mrs. Don Kokomoor hi''! Mrs. McCloud is the former and son of Jacksonville Beich!
I'of Patrick AFB Hilda and Mr.: and Mrs. L'A.: Wiggins -! : WINDOW GLASS REPLACED
weekend -
were j! Apopka on Saturday. and Six :
; Thurs Fri. .. March 1 of Jacksonville were Sunday i TO KEEP YOU .,;
; .27 28 29 guests Mrs. Arlen Mc- ( .,
*, Gun Territory and Silver I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Conner visitors ; : .. '
at the George -
I \ r't, f, r Knight while Mrs. Korea attended Springs on Sunday. i iI had as a guest last Friday' '-i..
S the Florida EducationA3Qc1Atlon j I Williams home. ON THE GO! 1,8 WELDING
-i their nephew. Glenn Archer.
I !II I -w--- Mrs. H E. Norman, and j, ;,
Mr. and i
Mrs A. G. of'
I .convention, in Miss Maude Sewell will re. o;( Key West.,Mrs. J. M. Brad- Pope
WINKER OF. Ja ksonville. and i ; Eau ,Gallie spent last weekend..
Capt. Mrs. :
: ley of Kingsley Lake visited'' -
I t turn to their home in Ridge- I
: I Koretz will also spend the land Ga. Friday after ten i the.Coppers( Mqnday. her .
$ coming weekend ; Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ellis of''
Mrs. Me-
'I J days' visit with Mr. and ).trs.| I F TRAINED MECHANICSPARTS
1 I :
I visited
44AVARD Knight and son David and all W. B. Sew U. Mrs. Sewell. whois REVIVAL TO START j Hampton Lake In

I : $ will attend the Holiday On Ice | taking them home will' AT PLEASANT HOPE: Fitzgerald, Ga., 'for severaldays' .
show in Jacksonville Saturday' last week, attending a I
spend the weekend in Thomas-!
night 'I| \. Revival service 'wfll start ; family reunion. .
vile Ga. with relatives.
Sharon Noegel and BevejlyCrawford I Sunday night. March 21, at ; Mrs. ,Bessie Baker and j MANAGER B. FRANK ALLEN, JR.
-. r- ,.-t t tRIQHT Pleasant > Baker
TECHN/COIO8 spent to I' : Hope New Contregational granddaughter. Kathryn I II
: pL4 I
I Mr'and j t- Methpdist cliwch.nt1iuung : | are in TaUapoosa, Ga. for\! SERVICE MANAGER ALVIN MANN
i' Sunday wjth : Mrs,JflT TI1 .POINT for; he- JR.
; through. March 31 a. two weeks visit. i;
tt LttA7r1 : Pt Joyce in Tallahassee': Iifrs. I7 yon !Tte. Come:ffn tn4 '
Rev Raymond Burch of' Ax- I' Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Jones
: I Stanley :
Noege.j t went up for e, your farorite J STE I : MECHANICS
Plus Patrs\ \ pn "Saturday and BBOOE FoBStala r D. TELE .son Ga. will be the speaker.: t Of Holly, Mich were overnight .

: "The Fishing- Bear11 Cartoon brought them home Monday .Everyone is invited to attend visitors Monday with Mr. and HERMAN HODGES JIMMY
mOI1\1pi". GRAPH. 1' nightly at 7:45!: j .Mrs. Don Hill and daughter' BQWEN ,,JIM ROSE

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I Two Hostesses $706 Collected I:I and L. H. Gibson, education NEW RIVER BAPTIST

I Fete Mrs. Wallace WHAT, WHEN So Far In "'63 chairman.Donations are still being re- CHURCH

]R 't. I ceived by Mrs. Farber, and Sunday School, 10 a. m.
j :At Breakfast iV Heart Fund DriveMrs.
J AND WHERE persons who have not yet Morning Worship, 11 a. m.

Mrs. Ogden Bates and Mrs. ..Beatrice Farber. coun- made a contribution are invit- Training Union 6:30 p.m.Eve-
ed to do so before the drive ning Worship, 7:30 p. n. Mid-
: Moon Pete Pfleshinger were hostesses ty chairman, announced yes-
I i __GLADYS PHQNK 964-0651 at a delightful breakfaston 9 Mar: *S terday that a total of $706.81 closes. week Prayer Service, Wednes-
.P I, Sunday morning, March : *. Starke Garden'Club, 7:30: p. had been raised so far in the day 7 pan. Everyone: welcome.

: Home Decorating Open House Given 10, at the home of the latter .4'r m.. home'ot Mrs.. V.: V.,Hazen. 1963 Heart Fund Drive. Postmaster Named -
honoring Mrs. Joe Wallace,' Beta Sigma sorority, 8 pjn- Contributions from the various .
I Is Theme Used At New Home Of who with Mr. .Wallace; is Mar 28 communities of the At Penny Farms I I

i imoving to Keystone Heights'the i Toastmistress club, 7:30 p. county were reported as follows I I
At Woman's Club ,
i John I end of the month. ... m-. Meth.,Fellowship Hall. : Congo D. R. Matthews has i
I nomination of
announced the
I I The 19 guests attendingwere Lawtey Mrs. Eugene Pear- I
"Decorating the American Mr. and Mrs. John Crcokrellwere I John Sidney Batten as per-
St. Edward's St.
members of son chairman-r$120.25.
I :Home" was the program topicat I II honored at "open I manent postmaster at Penney
I ,4
Altar Society Brooker, Miss
M 2
the Starke Woman's Club
I in their new home on SR 100 Gives Supper I.
held Wednesday afternoon of I Sunday afternoon from 3 to 5 The buffet serving table'was Green chairman-$52.30. Farms. elIgible I; t y
II Mr. Batten the only
I covered with white cutwork was
last week. I Ij o'clock. Hostesses were Mrs. a. I ciLbW. Members of St. Edward's Graham Mrs. L. E. Ratliff :' ,
applicant appearing on
cloth and centered with an
1 Mrs. T. C...Hazen Jr., chairman Thomas Gill, Mrs J. C. Sapp, arrangement of small pink and ------ I'Catholic Church enjoyed" ,a St. chairman$13.05.Reno a list established by the civil : -qVfL:
of the American Home Mrs. Thomas Lewis, Mrs. Fred Patrick's Day supper in the Mrs. Oscar Dell chairman$56.04. -
I white roses in a floral basket, Trophy Winners service commission as a resultof
Department, introduced Miss 'I Haislop, Mrs. Shi Smith, Mrs. : parish hall Sunday night. ,
flanked by crystal holders with competitive examinationsconducted :
Florence Isaac, i interior dec-1! James Starling Mrs. Fate candles. Guests were'' Coffee Cup Bowling League Members ,The hall was attractively Kingsley Lake, Mrs. Pauline il
for the position.
orator of Jones Furniture Co. I Brown, and Mrs. Freddie; decorated with green and Torode chairman-$8.25. i
of Jacksonville, who gave a I II Watterson. seated in the Florida room. Have Awards Luncheon Last Week Hampton, Mrs. Lillian Slade In making his recommendation -,
of the Altar. white shamrocks by the jun-
I The members to the post office depart- ;
chairman$11.00.Starke for FUN
talk and displayed sample An attractive yellow and
1 Society presented the honoree ior Catholic girls. The cover- i
fabrics and rugs that could be : white color motif was carried Members of the Monday I F. G. Armstrong, managerof all committees] went Matthews expressed appreciation -
I with a sterling silver Revere I ed dish served Saundersfor i
supper: was to Doyle
used in many ways to decor- out in the party decorations : carnation Morning Coffee Cup Bowling 1 i Starke Lanes, was presentto $445.92. and HEALTH
bowl and a pink from the refreshment '
ate a new home or to rejuvenate and flower arrangements. The of the League held their trophy awards make the following awards: table Mrs. Farber extended spe- his faithful and dedicated
as a memento carrying out the St.
an older home. white linen-covered refreshment corsage luncheon Tuesday,! 1st high -individual three Patrick cial thanks to: WRGR for service as acting postmaster. 'I

"Bless This House" was i table was centered wth;; occasion. March 12 at the home of Mrs. games: Grace Fullwood.2nd theme. splendid cooperation in adver- Saunders will continue to Starke Lanes

I. sung by Mrs. John R. Linn. a beautiful yellow and white Smith DeVoe the social high -indIvidual three Eighty-four members of the tising special events and an- serve until Batten's appoint- i

The tea table was covered'I Spring flower arrangement.The Barbara Sue Davis chairman. games: Dot Stanford.1st church enjoyed the affair nouncing material providedby ment has been confirmed by I

with an imported cutwork hostesses presented the Weds Mr. FosterMr. The DeVoe home on Orange high- individual game: which included a cakewalkand the Heart Association; to the Senate. I Highway 100 South

with Street was beautifully decor- Lucy White. drawing for door prize. Army Armstrong and Starke Cong. Matthews expressed I
cloth and centered an honored couple with a hand- PHONE 96 .6261
arrangement of pink azaleas I some bedspread as a mementoof and Mrs. George W. ated for the occasion with arrangements 2nd high-individual game: Lanes for a most successful confidence in the new appoin-I

and white spirea. Four tall the occasion. Davis of Gainesville, formerlyof of azaleas on the Topsy Ebling. Beta,. Sigma Phi i benefit bowling tournament: tee's ability to For League Information

pink candles, in silver holders I Approximately 75 guests Brooker announce the mar- buffet in the dining room and Handicap 1st high, individ- to Homer Wood, golf pro, and standing service to patrons of t
balanced .the"arrangement. called during the appointed riage of their daughter, Bar in the living room, where a ual three games: Theo Dyal. Beta Sigma Phi sorority the Starke Golf and Country the Penney Farm office. I I
long table set for the Handicap 2nd high, indIvid- will meet at 8 I
Foster was p.m. Monday
Gerald A-
t hours. bara Sue, to I Club for the benefit golf tour- i
Toastmistress ClubThe Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ger- luncheon. The trophies were I ual three games: Bessie Win- at the home of Mrs. Jerry O. I nament and to Robert Barks- Health Facts i

Garden Club ald A. Foster, also of Gaines- displayed on a table in front I kler.Handicap Gay with Mrs. M. H. Shep- i dale and the Florida Theatrefor I
of the large picture window.To 1st. high, individ- I It
Toastmistress Club will pard as co-hostess the benefit movie; to the r'- : EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW!
To Plan ShowThe ville.The serve as place markers,I ual game: Elveria DeVoe.
meet Thursday night, Mar. 28, wedding took place Girl Scouts for the fine work ,
at 7:30 o'clock in Methodist January 26 in Folkston, Ga. and also as a memento of the Handicap 2nd high, individual One Woods they did, both in the sale of ? Kendrick Smith M. D. writing in the
Fellowship Hall. All prospective Starke Garden Club Mrs. Foster is employed at occasion, Mrs. DeVoe made I game: Shirley Moore. Fire, heart pins and for their helpin t\E a '" lot New York Medical Journal reported theI
will meet at 7:30: pjn. Mondayat of Florida. She ceramic salt and pepper shak- i Marian Underhill won the
members are invited to the University Reported Last WeekOnly door-to-door collections; to following case!
attend. the home of Mrs. V. V. was formerly the Brooker news ers in the shape of a bowlingpin trophy for the "best sport. each committee member for '. "The most severe case of kidney pain

-- Hazen 612, E. Washington I reporter for the Telegraph, and ball. Each bowler Team officers and coach one woods fire with .6 the work in making the drivea which it has been the fortune of this

THE RIGHT POUT for the I street, with Mrs. M. F. Hazen, I and The Gainesville Daily Sun.Mr. having her own bowling ball, .I Mr. Armstrong, were presented acre burned was reported success: and to each person writer to see, one attended by a dozen
way you write. Come in and Mrs. R. F. Young, Mrs. Palmer Foster is a graduate of I found the ball duplicated in gifts to commemorate: the
during the donating to the fund.
past week by the members of the staff of a great Boston
occasion. : Dr. Bollinger !
select favorite ESTER. Williams, and Mrs. Lavona the ceramic salt shaker.
your P. K, Yonge High School andis Florida Forest Service headquarters Working with Mrs. Farberin I hospital where was the unanimous -
BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE Dausman as hostesses. Mrs. DeVoe also baked a' Members of the league en- ,
I employed by the City of in Bradford the drive were: John Simpson -
County. advice all other
GRAPIL i During the program period, beautiful cake decorated witha joyed their morning bowlingso I exhausting regular pro-
Gainesville.The Since Jan. i there co-chairman Mrs. Betty I II
have been
I plans will be made for the at 3510 miniature bowler poised to much that plans are already I ceedures was cured instantly by spinal adjustment of
Spring flower show. couple resides roll the ball at ten tiny wooden being made to start again on 36 fires and.171.7 acres burn- Warren, secretary; S. L. Peek the 9th dorsal vertabra which was out of position."
NW 4th Street In Gainesville I Jr., treasurer; Mrs. Patricia
I The executive board will Tuesday mornings. ed, as compared with 91 fires : Spinal adjustments often prevent surgery and re

meet tonight at 7:30: o'clockat 'and 6l.6 acres burned during Cauffman, Heart Weekend store health after every thing else has failed.
David in January and lasted until chairman
PenoyerHas ; S. G. Denmark,
the home of Mrs. M. F. pins.OUT the same period last
Hazen. BirthdayDavid OF the middle of May.-May 11, No rain was recorded year.at! j chairman, and Robert Barks- Bring Your Health Problems To
1899. any dale, co-chairman of special
I PREDICTIONIf of the three fire towers dur- 'events; Vic Frees, chairmanof The Bollinger Chiropractic Clinic
Senior Citizens Penoyer celebratedhis ing the i I
all reports are true Sampson Feel .endiilgr Monday special gifts; E. L. Matthews -
426 Walnut
N. Street Starke Fla.
13th birthday anniversary
+;1M THE PAST night ,
f Visit Lake City last Saturday evening when I City will soon become a. i I publicity chairman;
Charley 47 railroad center. The G.
r his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David -
Seventeen members of the Penoyer, gave a party for STARKE HAS TELEPHONES S. & F.. the A.. S. R. & .G.:.r

E. Starke Senior Citizens Club him at their home on Morgan Starke has a telephone sys- railroads already touch this''

Johns"When !TF were in Lake City last Friday Road. tem on the small scale. Con- place, and the Cummer road :

night to assist the group The party was held in the tractor A. G. Powell has recently will, it is said, be built through ,

that is drawing up a plan of patio which was decorated for put up four lines forth there in a short lime.-May

I had a fire loss, a I organization. Refreshments the occasion with red and Starke Drug Company. The 11. 1899. REVIVAL.

dispute arose over ,the were served by the Lake City white streamers and balloons. phones give perfect satisfac- ELECTRIC FAN ARRIVES,

I I amount of the claim. It'as I hosts: and a program of sing- The 14 guests enjoyed a tion, and connect the residences The handsome Electric Fan
and square dancing was of Drs. Stewart and Wills for the Starke Drug Companyhas
then I realized the agent ring hamburger fry, games and -
and Mrs. Morgan with the "
enjoyed. arrived and is now In POT
was employed by the, di t*.The next meeting of the dancing. during the o'clOck.Mrs. party. Starke Drug Co. July 13, sition. The fan will Uirow". .- ,
hours, five to
red-writer insuring Starke club will be held 1899. breeze all over the store. -: .: ,
I Penoyer was assisted I ,.. .,i i> .. ,
.. .AI.
and thek i > :T- V : .. W
represented I March 26 at theWoman's HELLO! CENTRAL. 25 .
Tuesday, Earl Thornton.Kay : May .1899'J: p .
Mrs. Elbert ..
s(, interests more than mine. 'Club. Delegates by At a meeting of the City BROOKLYN HAS HAIL ; ,. r.. :.>","..., 4' '-"'. .. :... :1i-;::c'<.'. .../f.;..I.a.',,:' : ..", : 6.,1J. .-
T: I Would an independent local I from the Senior and Little Colson Feted I Council Monday night, D. L. Brooklyn, a small village 8 : .' '"t' ."',: .,.";'""",''-;.'...;<,?:"""'r''; .. ..'."",. ," ..,. .._ :'.n'.'r'. ,"..!i #..>;.'trf.. ,...",.... l', ","". '. : "
f agent have fought. for .my Little Women's Club, as wellas Temple came before that body miles southeast of this''p1a e, o. ', A : I ..".<..... : ..i: f'Y .. R
the Starke Recreation On 13th BirthdayKay and applied for a franchiseto visited by hailstorm .
interests in securing full was a severe .' ." 'r "
settlement 1"Charley Recreation Board, have been operate a telephone exchange Friday afternoon, last. :

invited to attend this meeting. Colson celebrated her in Starke. After con- The storm lasted for over an "

E. Johns 13th birthday anniversary siderable talk and a speech hour.doing hundreds 'of 'dollars -: ,

Recent BirthMr. Thursday evening March 14,, by Councilman Morgan, the I worth of damage. J. S. i I 'Madison StreetBAPTIST

; Agency with a party for 25 friends. Council granted the franchise Griner, a prominent truck;

The party was held in the under condition that said exchange grower, had 18 acres of fine I

PHONE 6t.0121I and Mrs. Robert Allen yard and garage of the Colson must be completedand cantaloupes completely ruin I,

Ruis. Raiford, announce thebirth home on W. Madison Street,, in full operation withinsix ed. The corn was also badly j
I '
I 131 S. Walnut St. of a son on March 20 I I which was gayly decorated I months.Mr. damaged. Mr. Griner says that I CHURCH

at Bradford County Hospital" with red and white crepe paper Temple represents C. L. he picked up over a barrel of.

streamers. Goodrun of Athens, Ga., whois hail stones Saturday morning
: The young folk enjoyed in the telephone businesson after the storm.-May 25, 1899.
games and refreshments dur- his hook and who has ,
own I.
I .
:' mam ing the party hours, seven 'to I put in number of exchanges 0 .
\\f a
At a meeting of tha City ,
t. .... .. t. .
'KttI. ten o'clock.Mrs. I in Northern Florida and Geor- Council last week two important ; -.> ...r':..:,... .: .. i>.
R. A. Colson was assisted with 1900. A .
gia success.-
ordinances were put on i I
: by her daughter Diane, '
their second readings. One ,
and Miss Shirley Morrison. Joe Truby is the happy pos- called the "dog ordin r ce" : '. '. '

sessor of the first chainless bicycle and one pertaining to bicy- .. .., :: "

.. :WCTU Elects that has ever been in cles. I I .'. .
617 W. Madison Street .' MARCH 24 29
,New President Starke. The wheel is a dandy The bicycle ordinance is -

WE GIVE FAMILY STAMPS and was bought at the Cres- to the effect that those own- : ,' .

A called meeting of the local cent factory through N. B. ing bicycles shall equip same 'I' .

These Prices Are Strictly Cash! I WCTU, necessitated by the Hull, who is agent at this with a light and bell,.and 10 iM.--7:30: P.M. DAILY ,

I recent death of the chapter place.-Aug. 10, 1899. that a rider approaching a': .

president, was held Wednes- POPULAR FIREMANMr. person on the street shall give j y ," ,

I i I day afternoon of last week In Harry Agin, the popular warning when he is no nearer *' : :: : :, c"

Bologna 3 LBS. C I the Gospel Tabernacle. New young fireman of the A., S. R. than 60 feet from said person ; ,,: ; 'l;: p. : .. : "

i I officers were elected and plans & G. passenger engine, had -June 15. 1899. ... ,. ; .
SMOKED } were made for future activities. the,honor of taking the train BICYCLE TRACK 11 ... ._ : ?.." '. _!'..'.r.' .-
out last Sunday. Harry has There has been considerable : ... -. .'.. '. .. :.: '. II I
3 LBS. | .0'"q
Sausage Several beautiful arrange. been working for the companyfor talk lately'of building a bicycle : ':'f :':':;:'' : .....:..:-. '; r:
;, ments of flowers were placed several years and has rap- track to Kingsley Lake. :. .:. .' ." I
RIB :ANDBrisket II 1: in the chapel in memory of idly advanced In his work. He This is a good idea, and if the .' .. : .' ;., : '

Stew -3' LBS. 1 the late president, Mrs. Florence is one of the youngest firemenin business men and bicycle rid- t. ::, 'r"f _
Hipple. the State, but this fact ers will go Into the scheme 0 t. .- ,. :

: Five visitors attended the does not hinder him from meaning business a 'track '. '":. '. .,: '
Beef Liver 3 LBS. I meeting. faithfully performing his du- could be built in short order. ; .- f : I I

I ties.-May 4, 1899. The only way to accomplish .o o' :*'-',. '" t

'ADK I Banquet FIX THOSE WALKS anything for each man interested .. ..... ,. ,, .. 1 i

HICKORY SMOKED 1 If the City Council would to build or have built ..' 5
BACON in piece 16. 29C I The Alpha Delta Kappa fix up or have fixed a few of a part of the track- say 1-2 I ,
sorority gave a banquet last the sidewalks on Can Street, or 1-4 of a mile. This way the :
\ Thursday night in the George it 'would certainly be a bless- man would hardly miss the I : ?;\ : >

FLA. GRADE "A" i Washington Hotel ballroom. ing to the travelling public time or money spent. May i' ; .... f" I

lb 'Bradford County< members of who nightly trip themselvesup 11, 1899. ; "'" ,. .",1 I II
-- a -
HENS 19C the Alpha Gamma chapter while trying to travel TO CLOSE AT 6:30 J ." I I

1 'who attended were Mrs.Laurie these rugged pathways.-MaY The undersigned businessmen : I

lb. i Mullins Mrs. Martha Pellum 4, 1899. of Starke,.jagree. $o. close. I' "'. !1. ,,:... .4 :, I
> Miss Madge Middleton, Mrs. LOSES MUSTACHEMr. their places of business at I '.
Walter Peterson has 1 i ; .. J
Ernestine McRae, Mrs. Lucile 6:30 p.m. from May 15th. to' .' I

: Payne, and Mrs. Ruth Frazier parted with his handsome : Oct. 1st, Saturdays -excepted: : : : '
DEEP FREEZE SPECIALU. Mrs. Ernestine Register of mustache. He says that on the I J. G. Alvarez. W. B. Haynes '". : :.: .: .,/.;.\ REV. L. R. WHIDDONp i+

Panama City, a former Starke engine the wind blows so rap- Company, Sweat & Farmer, ;. ; :' -. ;

S.. GOOD WESTERN resident, also attended. id he couldn't stand the pres A. Floreus, Douglas .& Alderman : ..;- 1( .. .: < f'i I., ,:

sure.-May 4, 1899. S. M. Alvarez*. ,J.tW1White "r ", ::":' r-;: ''''.< : AVONDALE BAPTIST CHURCH .04" t

HALF A CATTLE LB. 49' ':,Fashion Show WILL. KEEP COOL ," J. M. Alvarez Mrs. Sis- ... ..:: ., -.?/ : 'ft.., ., CHATTANOOGA TENN. -.: :r.;:. I

The Starke Drug Company trunk C. U. Hoover.-May 11, :0'>:: :< .' .; ,; .: .
270 TO 300 LBS. :And Card Party who are never behind the tim-I 1899. _.. ,... : :' i ....'" ;t' .. ',.. ... ...., ,
I es, 'will ,soon put an electric .. .. .. iO' i' ._ '. ,# I
HINDS 135 to ISO Ibs. LB. 56c i A fashion shoW' and dessert fan in their establishmentThe I NOTICE ; .' II I
card party will be held at 3 fan will be situated above I

I I pjn. Thursday, March 28, In the soda 'water fountain, and j I Ij; The undersigned haTing Il l I

FRONTS-135tol501bs-LB- I the Woman's Club, with the will be quite an addition to ; agreed to a separation from

Junior Woman's Club as spon- their already attractive store. i i his wife Margaret Jackson

-fay 11, 1899. i j Leonhard, I will therefore not 1 i

FULL TRIMMED : sors.Prizes will be a awarded, and SHORT BUT SWEET I j be responsible for any,debts EVERYONE WELCOME

LOINS50 to 60 lbs. LB. 79C', l fashions will be modeled by Although this strawberry j made by her from this date:
I Leon=
I I club members Admission is season was a short one our March 14, 1963.-Pred

I: $1 and tickets are on sale by I growers made as much off of I IJ hard. :. REV. w. M. DUNAGA.NM PASTOR ;

Above- Prkes Inelude utting And Wrapping i club members, or may be obtained J their crops as they used to I 3-22 3t 4-1: ; t... ..{ -:-'on.. ;I ,-.. -.,...-"' .: ..-.. "'= .. .. '. .. .. ..- -.

I' at ,the door. when the season commenced ,- J.... .. -
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::" I" b---- .____._---_---.: ...... .or_ 0 ,n I VYTYYYYYYTVVYTYYYI'YYl ,I Griffis. |Alvin I Davis of GainesviHeV'''B''11M td: County Hospital. {
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...... ". ": : <; t.>-'- .". : . ; ';S! : $ .:: ." ., -c if ni5 I i :Mr. and Mrs- H..E., Starling j: Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Davisof : Aunt Dollie Burnside very I
vT ,
",,'u ,'i.A.:'< :-; .-- -} formersDmiry i GRAHAM !! weretvisitiiig in Lake City !t, Waldo: and Nick Bushloper sick at? thiswilting; i and, Mrs. |

.. .' .. ,J.. .:J;(!J.. '...J4-_ .. ...... ,t.. Sunday at' the home// of Mr.. of Jac1 sonvriIe. Mrs. Irene., L. Willis alsO ha$ not recover- !
r- ... : r .: ,; !:Lt" (k 8yi8aiatvy By Richard c3intAAAALAAAAAAAAAA4.jAAAA I i We' wish'3o'i > r !
.tf ,
"i"-"t"....... ..! ... r.,. and Mrs. W. H. Tyre. j i Bushloper and daughter of f ed. Aunt, Doll
I Ahead With I Mr.. and Mrs. Norman Slad Jacksonville: and Mr. and !1 Mrs. Willis: and.rS.. Bunnie i
Redistricting- ): (: But let's take the bigger a"nimals. I IAt '
: ) [ ol Oxford were visiting here Mrs. C. D. Moody and son of Broughton a very speedy ie- I
, !'tf. What a job .it woyki be
.' .. : ..\.:.' J=i : I to !. and Mrs. H. M. Wasdin at the home of Mr. and Mrs. j Green Cove Springs. j i,"cbvery. We hope to see them .;

) But What\ About New Courthouse/ ? I( What iQutlit man 2and in .dress his' right.1 2httale mind! :I I> were. Andrews visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. ;'I Ed Parrish l st'e k. I Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Griffis'was all up and about in the next i

l T. in Gainesville ;: Mr. and Mrs.\ W. C. Brough- visiting with Mr. and Mrs. I.few days. i
,. wpuld 'go fooling around the
Sunday. ;; ton of Gainesville after visiting Moses Kelly at White House Graham Plans Revival' !Ii i
rear end of a mule trying to '
; : The County Commission moved forward ,- -. .. -- I put breeches 'on the rascal? ; Air. :and Mrs. John,McKinney Sunday with his parents. ; Sunday.. .* -1. Revival services"wip beheld I F' ;
IT I j recently visited Mr. Me-1\ t Mr.\ and Mrs. Carl Br ughton', Claude Hall is visiting' in' at the, Graham Baptist j
; in two
at their l (
areas special meeting ,
'here '. : :,: : : '< ,.' ; And as for I Kinney's- sister Mrs. Alice l left for A short trip to.the. Graham.with his mother, Mrs. Church nifhtly at 7:3.6: bejm- |
last ..
week-one a clear-cut 1f!:; .o,v .i who is in the Medical March : I
-, : ., iP. 1. "'? Kite Carolinas.They returned home' Debbie: HalL ning March 24 through \
; '' that's see
steps, and one a cautious that will ':.r :' ,, .. ridiculous. We can I '. : '
: step ",, OJ Center .in Gainesville. Thursday. ; Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. 3!. Tha evangelist will bit .Rev.

J = need some /arthe/ ,clarification. : :;. : \ .):". This week with your permission .now nal of anad a saucy-looking in the Farm Jour-coWsuitably Mr..and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff Visiting at the home of Mrs. Carl Jones Sunday were Mrs.' B. '*. Sweat of Jacksonville.pJciat i iS !

-.. It.' ." we will forego ouf were- visiting with friends: in' Mattie Davis last week were I Irma Cain and children oft m Sit is planned for 1
-- The positjye! step was taken in : clad, in a ring at a ,
reply usual comments about the
: each service. Everyone
Jacksonville Sunday. James Dennis Dowling formerly Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs- L.
{to ; market with the "I'
e a request that t the board redis- weather, the flowers thai ? caption.
Mr'and Mrs. .A J. Taibi of Jacksonville, now stationed Jones and Albert. Thomas ofHampton' to attend. i
-:- rtric the county to commissioner : ; bloom in the the ber- dreamed I went to' Market in ( .
: bptlj .a!$ :1'I, Spring .
Maidenform have,returned to their home in in England; Ralph s "
My Bra
districts and ting precincts. Since t' I i:; ;::;.: ry crop, or other matters I j B. reported Zipper Notebooks $2.49, at
I .-,... ;f. New York City after a visit howling of Nassau; Mrs. Sarah .Mrs. Broughton is r

school bpar/J/ districts' currently con- ..,. --' .,'j,,:. dealing with farming. Instead',i Not to mention a saw and''i here with their son-in-law and Bear, and Mrs. Levda* to' be doing a l lot better' the Bradford County Tele-
0 : fottn to commissjoner districts, it is _. ;-. .., : -;" we will deal with ,unique' her litter of 10 pigs. Keeping'' daughter Mr.\ and Mrs. R. G. Wise, both of Jacksonville;; out she"is' still confined to the\ garplOffiCEEQUIPMENT' \.". .
.. 'II I .
1 ,' ,- .... _'' .. '; proposal made bj" an. organi<; -
S hop d.thAt.they, {too, can be worked in- .I: ''' _._' _.r'_: ', I ; the old lady in clothes wouldbe "

: to the overall scheme. .--;,.......:...- : (,- : ". '.- '7 ",...i.ti'ItI ', I i zation called: SJJT.A.. which an almost impossible job
.. ., was picketing the Vhite
.w".1' )
:: :" = .y. .
: : The board voted unanimously to :. -'. ;,. ..' r. :. ', House recently. : for :she'd probably eat every- ,:'
thing Including her girdle!I.
Jet Charles Hardy go ahead with formulating -, ...,. .- \'. :. '-but. think of the fast-growing

a redistricting{ plan. subject, of E1Has .--:-_.. -' -'.;,iC'--.--. ....if" ,-- Society, The initials for ,Indecency stand for-to Naked : the- pigs Why. keeping the little SALE

; course, to finalapproval by the board.{ tinkers in clothes would be .
Served it's Time Animals, and the.organ1za- ';
, I Hardy 'who has served official farmer's
:: as an tion demands the clothing of : enough to keep the

r j in many city and, county elections has i! an animals, including horses,! 'wife busy every day in the _

long advocated the revamping of vot- new fireproof building would be practically -. cows, dogs, and cats to eliminate -! week. .... r ,

.=..ing precincts to distribute the load nothing for many years. | their indecent expos-'! S ff. t .. "rCONO' W;' iiJI cffi,'

:t more evenly than at present: when one 5. Fire insurance would be at the :; ure." SINA also calls for keep-f. Now to be, pracMcal' if indelicate t II' .,,,,.,; ;\ Used Jij.*hure'|):Cludifo'riul'" ,

precinct has only 69 registered voters, lowest rate. i ing all children from zoos. i it must be "e n mber-1 I' "; : ca'ret J t. firtd' tih'ro .'rt
: i ed that clothing of the'ani-r k __ ( t : ..,. Heavy gatige stiel, m .ji d
Z" and another has comparing such places with j 'i ..*
mals another I : ,\ : 1.(.: 15f1IPt'ill' ..h"\i,Il C
6. Financing the, new building! burlesque shows. j ould present 't .. >
: > problem while the animals i: ,. sect and Q( S-e f !t,
: Since the matter of realigning commissioner could be over a period of thirty years' 4 a | : 163i" wide, U' dCc?

!Z:;;; districts has also been ad- or more so that the taxpayer would' Clothing of pet? i is by no I.r might- conceivably be forced Jiov, \ : .. No. 2660 523.75. I It

.::. yocated, it is only logical to do both not even realize he was paying for it. .., means new. Around flew York j jCity I"wear clothes changing would such be t t'& Cortcrn of 1. ... n" 25.3J ers. !

jobs at the for example, it i is notuncommoir clothes frequently j "t.. I
sariie time since
mi voting I
** 7. A new, courth use would be a,'! to see a dog on ,|H necessary iri-the-best interests,' h t 'uPHo sd.', ot is ..
.? precincts, cannot overlap district lines.Reditfictin of and of y ej ilSbla' ,arD"' ,
source pride satisfaction to the parade on Park Avenue. all*;; fragranceThat 'J ;1P' :: ia-ti ll;
,, 8' 1' S ; N i .J i.:; flame, onrf Gray finish. _
citizens would stimulate the :: Ton .
the county i is no sim- city as i decked out in a "Uniform f

ple matter, and it will require several well as the county to new economic,I and. sometimes with rubber !i;I being the case, we: ur!" J.) i tiTfie i -r

months growth, be economically. sound good I "shoes," on his feet. Butthere's ,| hasten to Inquire of SINA who "SECRETARIAL1Typewriter \'
perhaps to come with I
a I
up In ': is going to wash the mute's. | pedestal)t. with elevator! platform' en. 11 letter, 1 box drawe 'r- .' I I B' : II \
.... Since this business, and good judgement.In a modicum. of sense .' .
''workable plan. job,, by law, i"breeches the cow's bloomers right f (ai}illus.!! ) or t left. Specify preference.' Center Ho. 431._....$195.70' a I .; i
it, at least, for as ft pampered ; .t
r: can .be done only in odd-numbered years regard to the disadvantages of a in hot apartment"j j or'the hog's 'p dat'puSliers? !| drawer with tack and key. iMifeffm! ?covered top: '6o ".' *..., .*
pet. living "
(when there is rio election it a : J. i". D 5e'rt S nd. Sa' < Three bx draper '. j( f
: Mist Grc ra
general ) renovation-addition job the architectsaid I r 'And then they talk'about ; 60i"! I 3O' : n ; '\! r-. "
little Bosco might freeze to NO.. 4Jt.. ....... 1 6'.90. ; ,' it .J
m is well that a start has been made : j. death on the wind-swept'I the zoo. too. Who is the name grown or Gray. "KOfiOr.tY" Arm Ch'ajr:' a V !

:. this early in the year. streets. of, reason would put dungarees \ DUNPOOF-STAitJPZC-i: ; ? iO.. -*.!-j-jitohl6 with! CoSctex! Top !that. alcohol! Designed f for c.
1. After completing such a projectthe l on 'the elephant f Arid what comim.itdnnorcanogareittjbv.rt.. : ._. ... ... Add:! "CT" to number $15.00 flddl.STtEl yoUr- office, 'fh'bt'' niw. look. t

:: In its other step forward the board county would still have an old i! mantrong;>e'ndugh td change''I ., ,.., : arid stand* up oflef yJ't1. tof'wddr. .
Now if SINA had mentioned __ ,
I voted to have, its wood and brick [ -....,, _;; Riefgedly'constructed. : t
: attorney draw up a building, poorly laid r theft'!J' I 'm" T- \ :
only house pets it would have F' '
contract with architect in out because of i l, .l' S S SLIDING! DOOk CABINET j : Heavy gauge l"l"'k''f.\
g. an connect existing restrictions,! been ,bad enough, but they I 1 : .' iIf steel Fcarrt rubber seat :' \ \

tion with the proposed courthouse pro- subject to continual upkeep and repair,; went on to'Include 'far'm, ant!!i...Coming 'at' this time, when' No swinging doors to block' Five aisles adjvstabfe, large( and t|?: : ;, Q" beck. Scot I 6'4":,y'ide; t.r t.I
stesl. com- il ;
ject. It was not clear, however, just and non-fireproof with necessarily high, mals [horses cowsl] and weI 1| fres. Kennedy is under attack i art my. Heavy 76"gavg-3 hIgh I 36" wide, 191'" d ee. J, y } 151"2" d p', "No09a" 'yd J' Ut
'what the board's intentipns were. At insurance rates. I presume they would also'bring from almost every quarter, ; I' T- No. 7636 $99.75'J>> \ t.}.';\ ? '". uphcistery. Won't scoif crr, -
I : > ., crock .. .No. 2661 $39.S5No.763lb5.OO
a meeting with architects a couple of 2. The already cramped lot wouldbe in hogs. we'd be inclined'to think the j ji Same Q* above but with! I lock and key. : "*'..:. .I.: .$. .4 i t:!'

l\ weeks, i S S S i whole thing is politically inspired %& .
\ ago, consensus seemed to ? Ii ,..).
full 5K'ij
; favor construction of a completely newT jammed of building, right up to 1 Personally, we're not about t the pickets did call onJackie i: ,'-,,:, '""..".
'' "" '
all sidewalks, with no for park. But ., .., ..
space her.horse]
to put pants on our dog Fad- to cloth :r I'TVT":: ? i0 : :
courthouse. At the
special meeting, ing or congregating of people. I die. He has big fuss :, for this: obviously the I. DtCCSATORCOl&RS. : t
a eripuglj Dem'ojcratic 'Jfi". '< : "
however the old issue of "remodelingand I the donkey, j ji ,r. ". j I" ..: ,1'1' ...t,1, t' l'::: 'f,1 .' ..' two full SUSD9Jo --
3. There would be but as it is with his collar and symbol ; } ,, ; : ,,.,. *
nothing ,
a J ; jb
adding onto" the present buildingwas I we just know what would hap-.i would be far easier to dress ,I .#..... .1....:.,j',, :..." ,..-..:,:"-;:", "\iitGrn"; fk t ;: .. '. 4A1 "...;. $Pf: steft ,fr' fi ; a
narrow sidewalk between tEe buildingand >; '- ': ,.:. 3PI dravvc V 3x5 or
again i injected into the discussion. 1' Olive Green I',. '.': ;
pen to pants. And, as" for our :'out in suitable attire. than I II ''''v> '" :. Twcbdjustob'c
heavily travelled highway on two : :| ijj1''j.IF\'j.' Peierf5oid \4*>::: :', ., Apparent! some Issues-unlike old I' cats. Red just picking up that I'the enormous GOP pachyderm ,- ife-S: =fW?:-"t ; fl-UWli, l \! Core' Ora H. : ; : ., -..-'-- 1Ii storage c6"imwti
fronts of '
the building with its attendant L4 t'
spitting sharp-clawed mink I and ho taxpayer today j I :;*.V; .ji-fKf ; ...: .. .. .' under lock, end
1 ,, ,, soldiers-neither die, nor fade away. noise danger and cramped I v' n.t.. ".. ,. ', a'iftet iftlfsrV vculi
'the fen "ry- '
for .
is bad enough and how she :is going to stand C j t : '
.. V-1 HI. ..
But it somewhat to find ; d uj Diot
surprising -pfotetVe
p was space. i would object to being', dressed ,jerihg" the rear end of every ]I I ));Ii l..I\ ; .. BOOKCASE. stcT1oN- :Jock puc an ,outer doer
particular one popping up in the 4. The cost of this i work out like a doll! { elephant at public expense.. j I : : : Designed for uses. Keeps suppfTes, qt I 0'9 vrtdHock and key. |
would many
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discussion again, all the more, so since -- J : ; # and prinf d moUer neo', qnd ordary'30i"! w, mt1; ? I
amount than half 1
to the cost of1'
more .
the board as far back as December 9, aphids that" they can'enjoythe J: ;r1iTt] \ : 37i-i" h, 17" d.- Four adioitsble: ;; comporlm nts. '
a new, modern courthouse, would rap.I so 1 I ;, : (shelf si''z5 3l'i" 16' >. NA 349S $:J7,Sd I"
1960 for and received :
paid a report sweet excreta of th$ aphids. / : : : : "
it $71.65ftjei
I 1376ft
idly deteriorate voibe\ \ of no pride jLetsJio ". -I'. S '::-- X aboVe but 28"fi;2 tompdrtmdms..No. $34.10x ger focfc tJiof loci all drawers .No.
.. ., $ .
from a reputable architect Jabeling the... ; ielp csntro'l .. ,
p" killing n may. tAfn'ii
: ? ii j J'I') "Tl! < ) .t.; '-! ,; .n6itJ< JU'-> .
:ST* repair and extension job as "economic- 'to "the- county, -would n6t'rStimulafel'business the aphids.To -I -----f.-o-...

and the would bell .. "
.:: ally unsound, poor judgement, and im- money Gardening control ants.in,' thee! garden I --:
::: thrown away, since within a few years j I! '
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practical. try. a spray; i !! 1:
a new courthouse will have to be built, WARNING Do not apPlY -: ,, STEEL SHELVING UNITS.Fe1;; :
*' .
? It was estimated at that time that to meet population and economic B) Hervey Sharpe chlordane. to foliage. or, fruity,t '- ShelveS'oreodmobleon2! c _

'*2 such a patch-up and make-do job would growth. Florida Agricultural Extension that is ta be eaten,unless the ft .JL.._ ___ U :' "V" if 1 be r fsed or lowered; or. !mord: shelves L .., w
X would i ,_1 : : I added. Easily assembled. Olive Gr.en.or Ift I
cost at least $167,520. It undoubtedly poison willbe'rem.oyed at, haT-i h. :
5. It would be practically impos- Service I, .- .I Gray. The "four-way reinforcement gives ,.
s" cost more now. "The ex- sible to construct the additions and vest" time by stripping1'or. by 'i I t J U ';; --* ;;91 them greater strenqt The open shelving :tQ.i. .

< penditure of such a sum by the County alterations to the present courthouseand Spring is a revealing time of peeling. I I ;_ ,,____ (Ii if,I_ lUJt. unTf's include four steel gusset\ plates! for ,_ : "
in extra' rigidijy..
Commissioners for this purpose would .. You .can control ants I I '
continue with the functions of the Nature and 'humahs .
the year. J','). -
rightly subject them to public criticism show lawns, with an application of t I ,L : SIIELVtNGUN1TSCLOSED :- :
winter coats
courthouse of six months shed
a period or I ONe THREE 5 I
'! ," the board's architect declared at 2 tablespoons of. 50 percent I I i (As shown: at right). Comportment
.. more. that many are expecting.Congratulationsif .. UNIT UNITS UNITS Adhon4I I
that time, you .are ;chlordane per gallon of water. : : I I : !' ., I! No. Wdi4'; H.'t: \ D.p'' Unit; inEecH ,-- Price per un/f/ Shel",
the mixture into,the nest I I Ii II 1
Pour, -
In the !
architect's opinion: expecting an income tax de1- : I .Ji1d '% 8712 _,36" 87" 12" Six; $46.95 $46.70 J46J5 $J9S ea.t .
t 3 ___ i
The 1960 alteration- opening and on the area a- I
report on an fl' 53.90 S3AOS.OO' 4,95.e.
duction.But I JI 8718 _..3'; 87" 18" e
.. and-addition based 1. 'Such a procedure would be eco- round the ne$t. Then soak the. five 69.JO 68.65 68.25 5 95; U.
project was on an I I .; !.4'.'"_._ 8724 _.36" ;7" 24" \
nomically unsound:; judgement if you are the average to wash the : -- Li 9TV four 33.66 33.731.51 Q 3.73 '3.
f: estimated!{ need for an additional 6,092 poor area with water 9X8 ..:...30V5" 49"
1 impractical and the expenditure of gardener, you will discover '. insecticide through the ground ,i '"'[ ,, J 207 ....... 30\\?' 26" 17" Two 30.SQ 30.5i.: ;' .":3 J5W3 j 4'V tI. '

square feet of floor and also vault included space.air such a sum by the County Commis.,, that insects are not tax ex- and into the nest.A ; l1ustroted! boVII 426 ......30 4W 26S". TII", 5390; 53J:; j4g( .
The $167,520 figure
empt-except for the three per THREE tn. 7512 unit .
SHZLVlN'UNIfSOP1K A shd'w' 6f )
I ( *
sioners would rightly subject them to real lawn pest is the sod
i, conditioning and heating, as well as \ cent sales tax on chemicals to 1 $ 025 '7512..,, 36" 75 12'' Five $21.00 $26.7 $26. $ $],95 '0.i .
criticism. These greenish
public webworm. ..
*5 modernizing the exterior of the build- discourage these unwanted i 7513 ....36" 751&'" fin 3tS") 30.70 30.29 ., 4,95 ..0.I .

ing. 2. If less money was spent on alterations births 1 tl'night-feeding caterpillars are I, 7524 _.3bH 73" 24" five a1';" 1.jP36U' 5'.95 .a.
about 3-4 of an inch long. II
and additions than outlined! A is essential prior to .
I layette ja '
*-* On the other hand according j They can eat more than their .
above it would still be a bad im'est-j blessed event. The layette''; I
the architect's 1960 report : A fine :: weight, in grass each nightr I .1 a4' ,
.: new, modern fireproof courthouse, ment, for the county would surely haveto for the garden infants Includ j .yet look quite'' harmless when: .j 1"j 'S I'" I I
\ build a new courthouse in three a sprayer, a duster and an the soil ... ,, -
properly planned to accommodate ally or found sleeping near A COLE'S SpIrit-T/pd DUPLICATOR I

the county offices for now and 20 four years when costs arid interest ; ray Instructions of chemicals.on how to ar-t| surface during the day.. 4 ; :

*:' years from now\' could be built, completely rates will be higher than now. it j each formula is important. Be The newly hatched caterpillars -

:'s air conditioned arid heated for : The existing courthouse has undoubtedly -' sure to read the label oh each I cause very little damageto

f Jf approximately $350,000." been a detriment to the city chemical container before using. f grown grass.before They you may notice be grass full

tti; In its last!\ interview with architects and county growth and an eyesore to j blades are eaten back"l unevenlyor

:. the figure for a new courthouse all newcomers, who undoubtedly get' If the amount of the chemical -! folia'g'e stripped oil in

was now estimated at around $500,000. the impression; that Starke must be avery I you can place ,ona, dime] 'ateh s. Unless you'have been .
is enough for a pint of spray ;I Idon't
backward city and unprogresaive a-daM observer it will appear.
:S: In regard to a new courthouse, as measure the amount on'
i if they permit such a courthouse to that thedamage happened
| opposed to a remodelled one, the 1960 stand. two nickels. Double dosage overnight. ,.p ..Jo IM("

", report said: I II may be harmful to you as well. I j colors fat one Cait Aflyd&vayen
.. I 'To control webworms try;f. ,
.t as the plants. j /type, wrft ;'dnnr'.r priat
--* 1. A suitable) and properly located : application <5f Sevlri.Whifenr "
If the architect Several pests may plague j up fo Wi"x 13".300 or mow uoutuoSy bH8cM>
new with whom
piece of property could be obtained your garden at this time according -J ,, causes. .yellowingpf CHAIR copies per masten Hand operate IntfrgcfoafIndoded. ,

!: that would be subject to approval of the bo rd. may soon enter 'i i into. ta. contract | to J. E. Brogdon entomologist I jria'ny: 'oni'ame.ritlls. At I Adjoifj 5 wdyi. Nylon bearfngi. Steel! ._r..,.,..,......,.'_No.41* $8S.D*Krtfaf

the Chamber of Commerce and other spends r time studying ,the, .feasibility -; with the Agricultural -I first y \f1f' tjhinV that the Smartly *styled) baolccas with'clear, frame and base. Foara rubbar seott

interested parties. ,of a renovation and addition job, Extension Service.I' plants are putting oha black tlkiina' gIu1 do it Threa odpiitabl* 16"xl4Ti"x3w. GreeiJ, Irown,Tan, L" LJISbIL&dI4

I it would appear that the board will be For example, certain night- faced a4. when you discovera S 'cooipurlinefits* 56 / 43r By la" B> Flame and Cray._No.2310 $42 Jft&sa -' P.qliT" '

.. 2. The money obtained from sell- Mid Green, Desart Sand or Giray: 1N4L / ,
simply repeating a study that was authorized feeding beetles eat holes in* blacXhlmp.reading over the

: :- ing the old courthouse property would paid for, and delivered more tightly wrapped clusters of bud I leaves": Tli& smut Is a synipton $71.50 ,

probably cover the cost of a new piece than two years ago. In the vernacularof leaves of camellias. When' of wiiitefly.' ,and. not. a cause Doon ., ,, H $4 ..50Fa1i ,

; of property. the street-"this is where these leaves expand they reveal !'.of ill-health... '- IU1I'I
we came -9
: large holes in the fbliage.1You I t ck'1n'. soap'1 II I
:. 3. The new property would be conveniently in. 'B the days of lye ); [ noq 1 :
can prevent this damage :- mate at: home1 'with water ,

::= located, provide ample parking We agree with the 1960 architect with chlordane or DDT. 'i trom hardoq) ashesand. ho l 1. .TWO !

area, and allow for attractive landscaping. that the only practical solution to the i i Spider mites will.thrive dur- ,">"'fat -rvhcmcewiyskept the l' !rw.+ '1' DRAWEEFill k9J1f\ ; i

:: .. problem is a new courthouse for Brad- i lug dry spells ahead. Theyi i dooryard ornamentals free l ; \
-:. 4. The cost of maintenance on a ford County. i rasp away the upper :surface 'I from smut and --whiteflies.Jby. I Derived rpr ydonw eutpot Automate P=Par fe.| I

: of many ornamentals and frequent 'aplicatiohs of sOapy ond mo&teiier.; whb locdiea .
.. : r- '"ts' Equipped p>sW CGOtroL t
-; 1
-llll o. : i. _, .. ,.. _-.' .". change the healthy green colorto '' dish .water If this remedy f,t ;t J Rogged one pi a bronzed or grayish green. yesteryear isn't handy ttiea Forest Itee!I. Drawers qlide imoofhl/on relief colon ot end 'P to'W r4% L5tIdl! *

...... ORIO \. :: .. One of the several miticides,, try an oil spray1. :. "for'Salctaua bearings. 'Equippedwith\ spring com I Included.fMrf ..,.. ,', J N .. $19S.oo"'kiI \f

.. .'. such as tedion. will halt .the, ." .. preuors for record protection.'Mid $_ as Lzd peraW Inateal" P
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I Invasion of mites. '- 'STURDY STiri DESK Green; Olive' GreenDeVer! Sand, 'II7"1
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Aphids! are certain.to be a. Ideal fof Jhi'rtcepIionW, solesman! orfhident' Sanara Brova or Ci cry enamel finiih.Ko. (
::: (flMUILt (I) ESTABLISHED 1879 I problem where plants .are'LetUs. Heavy fleet Has two drawers, UTTm Sill lU Y KIf iftMJ.LP 1cfbf.. 1 i' JZ
E. L .,'" :, 50,Bsoitir. oaHi SlS x.ltl. ..ri'1!
0 0 MATTHEWS. EDITOR AND PUBLISHER I young and succulent. These far jwionerr,wppfieior persoad bfc'ng'mg > Wide e@p 'rb" to4 led N *
-- SAVE ; op pep rj5diMti outer JA 4pvrpl
little pests feed on the under- : plus pencilend' dtp troy.tfa 217. .UV 23*, 17' $36i5.11411. :to.
.-.. TINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME: MASTHEAD curl and sometimes drop. Oftena Your Soks :. Colt Oray T4Q.7S1 '15.25 IU"'m' rr:: \r, .6I $4US CcapfoeaD'U"

brood of aphids will be .

POST OFFICE: AT STARKE." FLA. UNDER ACT OF MARCH 3. 1379 larvae. If you cant 'fait for COURT ; t -
...... friendly insects to: -fight 'SHOE REPAIR
\ Bradford ,
::::: I IN TRADE- AREA ONE YEAR $;.00' Six .MONTHS st.!, your battles aphids then with'malatblon.try controlling -., :'" 126:North Court St. :: County Telegraph:

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lindane or roteone. .Opposite" .. .ih Juv d"
: PRINTING AND OFttCE11jiiiI sihLnsI
Ants often protect herds of

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VWVyyVyyyyyyyyyyyyyypryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Madison Baptists Fred Slump 76 Sheriff's Posse :Junius SmilhSFonn& / all fore its Christ turbulence is re-created, excitement in, bout despotic the yowej-extinction. The film of that interweaves -

NEWS. OF, INTEREST TO ,COLORED i Revival l Set ;:Attends Gainesville I and splendor in the film the intimate between, ten story of the love

CITIZENS. OF BRADFORD COUNTY ,::1 t ;March 24-29 Prominent Local:Horl ShcvMembers StarkeBusinessman which cast Awards of jias and seven won is four major headed Academy stars-by a named Spartacus" Varinia and a Jean- slave-girl iia-.

(flyE12zbethGive ) Rev. L. R. Whiddon of Chattanooga pf the, Bradford mans] with scenes of eye-
Kirk Douglas, Laurence Olivier
dA..4..A4..i.4 [Jur Soil Our Streng.lnSoil -
I Term will lead the ,,County sheriff's. posse were filling spectacle as the fdes,
4AAAAAAALAkAAAAA-4hAAa Jean Simmons, Tony CUr-
Madison Street Baptist Churchin Businessman specjaj uestsVaLthe aisfc annual battle .
I J \ tis, Charles Laughton, Peter oppressor and oppressed, .
Notice Eastern Star Conservation t its Spring Revival March! I v Horse, Show in Gaines- ;: I II Ustinov, and John Gavin. for supr thacy. -
All members of Morning'! The Eastern Star meeting.will 24-29. v 1\1\.Sa\utC\a\ | \ which was I 4
: Ms
fred Ji
Stump, 76,, Based novel which sold
N-E-W-S on a
Star Lodge N $6 please be j be held Thurway night, ;' : Sunday services will be heldat prominent merchant and retired highlighted. by:> spectacular Junius. Monroe Smith. 73.| 3000.000 copies in 45 languages ..
present Monday night to discuss -\ March 28. All members are. 11 a.m. and 7:30: pin. Weekday : postmaster of display of colors.: i!died Wednesday: afternoon in af
By Bill Haa "Spartacus" has been
business of vital import., asked to be present and on services, will begin at 10' died Tuesday night at ftis' The Bradford posse has un- Starke hospital after an ex4iend.ed widely acclaimed by critics 7ot. 05
I ance. Meeting time 8 p.m.-1 time. Mrs. Janie Mitchell,;:: On my way to Brooker the a.m. and t 7:30 p.m. daily. home:\, here, after an illness 'of1 1 dej-jconstruction a horse show \. illness. t and is one of the costliest

Alfred Hod e. reporter. I W.M.. ;I other day I stopped by to see Rev. Whiddon is pastor .of : several months.Mr. and rodeo arena at the county Born, in, Sumter, S. Cv on Ums'er put on the screen.It .

Band Parents Club I Church News : George Anderson. He wasn'thome the Avondale Baptist Church S ump was torn in t fair grpunds on U.S. 301 north! Jan._31. 1890. his parents were: is the story. of the slave 6%

The Band Parents Club The Crown Jubilee Singers but Mrs. Anderson said of Chattanooga. and is a graduate : Charles Town.. W. Va. on Nov.. The- arena will be well.lighted the late ,Mr and Mrs. William} Spartacus Kirk Douglas], 666

meeting; will be held Monday ; will appear at the First Born.;; their pastures are looking ,: of Mercer University and ;. 6, 1886, the son of the late for night events and: bleachers ,'Smith. He was a retired railroad -t who shook Rome to its foun-

night, March. 35, at 7:30 0'- Church of the Living God at; good. She went on to say they :: Louisville Southern Seminary. ; Abram amAnna Bowers. with, a seating'capacity.of, 500 conductor, having bt'enl dation and nearly brought a-

clock with the president ini 8 p.m. Sunday, March 24. _: got them a rotary mower. He is an outstanding pastor : Stump. He had owned and op- r jiajye beep purchased.: "Various\ i;,associated with We se1lboaryt,1: '

charge. All parents interested ; Regenia Ellis reporter. | "Weed control is our big problem ; -! and evangelist. i erated a department store :in! types of.local and, out of town Airline Railway Co. ,' I

in the welfare of the bandar I The" Quarterly Conference!' and if you have a mower I Rev. W. M. Dunagan, pastor .I Staike for 52 years, coming events are. planned when the years. He was' a member of; AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE

$ invited tq attend.. Plans : will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday;: you can cut them down at therigIt of the church, extends a warm :: here in 1911 from New York. arena is C@lpleted. the Starke Rotary dub the 964-2600

ft.re feeing made to, obtain uni-. at ,MtMoriah Methodist : \ time," :she remarked. welcome to all. 1 I I Mr. Stump served as postmaster -' Sheriff P. ,D- Reddish appct -: 'Starke Golf and Country Club,!

forms for the band members. Church with Rev. Williams in., Stopped by to see E. J. Lan- Youth for 20 years retiring t d. P=. p. ?-?. Christoffers :,and a former member of thei DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

Your help is' ne ded. Please charge. Evening service at um top. He wasn't home either. -! Rally t ft om this position in 1952: He jafitais i t. the last meeting.' ,Masonic! order and the Elks!

come out and support the ef-j' 6:30: p.m. All members and Mrs. Lan m was talkingto Set Friday At : was a member of Bradford All dfeer offices are also appontve. ':!lodge. !)I I DeWilt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director

forts. friends are asked to be present -I; a spreader truck driver : Lodge number 35,,P. & A. M.. Mr., Smith also operated aj; Fla.

-==- == :=.... : Please remember our Rally when I came up. She said they ,Madison Baptist" I Ii i BPOE lodge No. 1802, and aj i !dry cleaning business In Starke;! Stark,
I will terminate this Sunday. are putting out their pasture 'I i former member of the Starke i Postmaster Named-i;for 'm3. ly' years.Surviving ; RENTAL SERVICES

When your captain comes to fertilize by spreader truck The churches of the New : Rotary Club. He was also active At Middleburg :I are his wife. Vir.!: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches
WILLIAMS : this year. i River Baptist Association will' for years in the
contact you, please cooperateand many ;ginla Weeks Smith, of Starke:L
do your duty. While in Urooker, had sar- hold the annual Youth Night I Bradford County Red Cross R. Matthews two daughters, Mrs. June sJ

JEWELRY ; The Bethlehem Free Will dines and crackers with Zedra! Rally at 7:30: p. m. Friday, Chapter. Congressman has announced D. the nomination -:Marjenhoff, and ;Mrs. Joan IY-\\
i March 22, in the Madison
Hamilton at Ressie Colson's'store. Surviving his wife Eva '
are ,
Baptist Church Sunday School t of Mrs. E1na M. McDonald 'era, both of Jacksonville;
REPAIRS I II will go to,Daytqna Beach with i We got the sardines and I I Street Baptist Church. be Wood Stump, of Starke; three as permanent 'postmaster sons; Junius M. Smith Jr,
The guect speaker will
crackers and Ressie heated the j daughters, Mrs..John W. Grif
sing and W.
the membership to hold a "Middleburg.Mrs. Jacksonville, Robert
I WATCIIKSDIAMO.VD8All I Joe Webb secretary of Baptist -i at I II Ii
coffee. Zedra told me folks I fin Ochlocknee, Ga. Mrs. : :
t at the Junior: College The ; t the Smith, Starke; two brothers,
'Work Guaranteed group will leave at 8 a.m. and are putting out fertilizer and' Student Worl? of Florida. William H. Thomson, Moijt McDonald was- : I James Dennis,, Starke, and Dan\
The young people of the association I number one eligible\ on a ciyU -
1 everyone planning to go will that he has put in some pasture -t ticello; and. Miss Lillian Dennis, Danville, Va.; three sisters -
A. C. Williams : meet at the church nQt later for several folks in this\ will have charge pf : Stump, Starke; .twp sisters,: &rice.alstr ,of three I Mrs.' Louise Jones and
the first half of the program ; 'quailed 4 candidates. .1Cqq\ ,.
; We discussed water I E. Harris Hr&.ttsville,1
area. control Mrs. L.
142 W. Call SL : than 8 sharp.- Rev. L. Mc- Mrs. Earl Blair both of Washington -
\ i Kay, pastor: Mrs. Rosa Green, problems in the Brooker I which will include a Bible i I Md.; and Mrs. E. L. Weaver,1 gresema Mat\ ews observed D. C.. and Mrs. Vivian
\ Starke, FU. Quiz, a, Name That Tune contest that her, iscqre was otne of tl e
renorter.Sei : area. Almost aU the water I Staunton. Va Also survIving I!Wilcox, Orlando. Also surviving
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,, -- :---= : --:-:--- --::::' > problems concern a group of and a song time with a. ': are four grandchildren. Mar : highest ever made by appllcaats -
... .. Allen are six and two
wIll'be held ,,at. grandchildren
--' -" office i
people. The biggest problem :, special youth. choir and'quarj, jorie Ellen Evelyn. Fred and I for pos positions\ 1
Chapel Chur )n..tha Sunday !great-grandchildren.
; follow
tet. A fellowship time Yiill
in jxis'districti
School. might be on one person'sfaim i i: Henry Thomson of Montic no.:. i,' Funeral services will be held
follows Sunday
AS : but it will take work : the workshiB service. I Ii .Mi 4cD a.ld'S nominai I
: 10 :a.m. Morning Worship 11. on j j Funeral services were held i ? at 10:30: a. m. Friday in Jones
a Evening Service 6 p.m. several more to solve the prob- Lynwood Walters, YoungPeople's i i at 11 ajn. Thursday in. the i iI I.i |ion will how. be submitted by 11 11I !Memorial Chapel \ :m ReV M.
tn. lems. The Soil Conservation president, and Joe t' DeWitt C, Jones Chapel with Jhe president to the. u.s. Sen- St.
Raymond MacBlaSn,
with Rev L. Sampson in I < of .
Service uses the term Group Bradley, president of Intermediates : Rev.. H. Walton Grady,. pas- ate for ,= nfirmatiln.I :Mark's : Church. of-
chars?. Parents are asked torn of Episcopal _
the children to rehearsalfor Enterprise Jobs for this type will have charge tof of the, First .Presbyterian I .In',making Ws recommendation 'of problem, and it takes the the program. Church officiating. Interment\ to. the Post Office Denartaaent ; '
the in Waldo
the Easter program. Each AU Young of the New famny plot I
cooperation of all land owners people was at .4 p.m. in W8ll:! eI\B1\ the Congressman j i i,
to attend
parents is \ concerned. River Association are urged to Montlceilo to El- Ceinetery.
Cemetery near \ t' expressed appreciation
with the children. Junior attend. and the adults interested Pallbearers Till be membersof I
I Church meeting will be held ;, A. C.' Ellis tells me his cows in the young people are with ?Masonic graveside ,riles vin M. Saunders for the efficient the Starke Rotary Club."Spartacus" .
came through the winter ini conducted by Bradford lodge. service he has rendered I
each Monday at 5 All
p.m., expected also.
ASK F0 FREE DEMONSTRATION members are aked to attend. I good shape. "I had plenty of Active pallbearers were members during the past seyeral months I
SetA I
i hay put up this year: which of the Masonic Lodge. as acting postmaster. Mr.
The Girl Scout meeting will
Command Gravely PowerTerry's I C Of C
( b e held each Thursday at 3 I helped by cows," he said. If Has DeWitt C. Jones? Funeral Saunders wlU continue to l serve : t Fla. Theatre
to make Home WAS. in charge. of.ar. in this capacity until Mrs. >
Saw Shop { p.m. in RJE High School. ; you are going hay List Of Many I t t
i now is the time to plan for it, rangements. McDonald's appointment has. Next Week
No.2 t To each' citizen: Please re- '! that's what J. R. Hixon tells Job Seekers I L been confirmed I PHONE
i member the sick and shut-ins Farm ," the epic film
I I me he is doing. I jState "Spartacus
2022 N. E. 23rd Blvd. \visitations ; I
I with cards and that
: The CounTty which depicts the momentous
Cecil Crawford used the Dis- Starke-Bradford ;Auto Burns I
Gainesville, phone: S73-S5S8 they may be helped on the i; trict's fertilizer spreader to Chamber of Commerce has;pmployee Club ; : episode\ in history when a : WO 4-3101

I road to recovery real soon. put fertilizer on his clover. He many applications for employ- Sets Fish FryThe Is Total 1 Loss ; rebel army of slaves led toy I I

n,!| has S-l clover and has a very ment that range from care of! t,r I; the gladiator Spartacus: fought

good stand. You can tell the children, house maids secretaries State Farm Employees Tl",$tarkeFlre I Department.received'its for freedom from Imperial Office and School Supplies

difference. in the cloyer. S-l It laborers, carpenters, Club is sponsoring ;fish fry first call in two Rome al1<1'nearly destroyed

has leaves about three times construction workers, and other I at the club hwse on Friday, ,weeks. at 5:15; a. m. Monday i that world'power opens at the

BU C K'SWIOCERY as big as other white clover. jobs of all types.If i April 5, from 5 to 7 p.m. for morning. wla.. 1953 Chrys- Florida Theatre next Wednesday -

; you need to employ some-I; the benefit pf Boy Scout ler automobile was found on,. Thursday, and Friday, BRADFORD County TELEGRAPH
I Talking t Carl Harton the one, the Chamber offers free I Troop 377, and.the Little League fire inside Tommy Grill March 27, 28 and 29.

other day about fish ponds. employment service. Thereare j Baseball Team.; .Both oi tSulf Service Station, on the The vibrant era of pagan

II' He remarked that his wife always more applications I these activities are sponsoredby cqrner .,of, Madison and Wain.vit I Rome in the last century be- I

& MARKETHalf doesn't.have any trouble getting -, than there are jobs to go the, club. ; .Streets., I ., '

i fish in their pond. Several -; around: Please give the Cham- I',Adult} plates' ,are '$1, andI :. .Afcydi j to; :tnformaUonf ; .
: .folks have asked to have ber of Commerce call at children under 12, SO cents- ,.orn'" he'fire'pepartment.ihe .T.

Mile North Of City Llmit5-U. S. 301 i the water in their pond checked 964-5811 the next time you I I ca i- was."a. total' loss and. the ; J

: ,for acidity. It1' will\ pay to need some help. MAYOR'S COURT f cause. of. ,-thern firecouldjnot; 1( be t Brand'f W.V-8! '

\ wait until the ponds get back The Chamber would also I I !determined.! : Owner of.the..au( : : ; "

OPEN 7 DA YS-7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. I to their normal level before like to: have listings of houses Mayor Randal Chitty heard tomobile was Markley Griffis,t
checking. With the ponds being and for Tom
apartments rent. Brother to station owner.
13 in routine session
cases a r
high the water will not since there is constant demand It parked inside ','
. SALt PRICES GOOD THURS., FRI., SAT., I a of Starke Mayor's Court Monday -) my ,Griffis., was .
, give a true reading. for accommodations of .' .- the station at the time t. u:.N<<' "M.""---.H.W."' '' ,. ',..> ,;$:"M, .
I A soil and water ; mgm.There
complete t.his type. it was found ablaze.
I were' two cases each! ,.
conservation farm plan was I i
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intoxication, reckless
SUNNYLAND delivered to H. A. Bishop Jr. Mrs. Close 37 of public !
C planning driving by improper take- _BSr Students\ J
Buddy is to manage
LB. \
PICNICS off, reckless driving; and running -
Services IIeldMrs. (
his farm to improve the hunt- Speak Rotary I.
traffic Ught,
t a,
i ing. He also plans to plant
GRADE AFRYERS Bahla grass for pasture. Mary Smith Close. 37,1| Single eases: were runninga i Five Bradford High School j :

i The request for stocking fishponds i iI died Tuesday March 12, at stop sign,' driving ,without.students discussed various I J
a. LB. I of .R.. L. Reddish and! her home \in ,P l\tiac. Ill. after -' a license..leaving' the scene.', pf 'I,phases o f extra-curricular

I H. J. Bozeman have been approved -, a brief illness. She was'I an 'accId nt, contempt of. school activities at the RotaryClub
i born Dec. 5, 1925.in Georgia,, court, and. refusing to obey a, '
by the U.s. Depart : ,i Wednesday.' f 1 I
John police officer in line of duty. :
59 'ment of Interior Fish and i and was the daughter of :, Appearing. on $he' program : -t;

Wildlife Service in coopera- W. and Elminey Glover Smith I I u'ere:' Tom Titus, reporter for ; .

CHUCK tion with the Soil Conservation -'i. who reside at 745 N. McMa-. ': TRINITY- EPISCOPAL, the DCT Ipiversified Cooper. .j: I It

; Service. The fish will be hon St. in Starke. CHURCH MELEOSS atiye Trainingl) Club;. Chuck' J ,
ROAST or STEAK LB. 49c; : delivered later in the year. i Besides her parents she is' Moore, president of ,the Beta -I
All J 1iaQ, McRae and Al ;;, survived\\ by her husband, William Holy Days 10 a. .m."Hob Club i honorary leadership- ,. t KtWVg

GOOD LEANHAMBURGER : Crosby could talk, about was Close, and four children, Sunday, 10 a. m- ChurCu :i service ,organization; Richard p 1 COSTS S105 KORE ONLY Jj4 I

fishins. Rural Recreation and all of Pontiac' 111.: two brothers !'I j School. 11:45 a. m.; Morning.i i Hoodvice president of tile t' THAN THECLASSIC
LB. . being Felton Smith. and E. J. First 1 Club Lucian Prevatt/ .. _. .
49c Small, Watersheds are Prayer and Sermon :j, Science ; .1 >:: 6.Constructs .
I talked about more and more. Smith, both of Starke; and I Sunday. Holy .Commur on), r .president the.Iama C\vti\\ ; \\ : >' 1t 1\\
I Conservation Service four sisters, Mrs. Nettie Grif- Goodman president '" .. I
The Soil I\L pjn. Episcopal Young Church and Harrtett ( : ?" (
SMOKED BACON LB. 39 has' one planning party for fist. Mrs. Monteen Todd. Mrs, men of the Future TeaCher, ; .' : '-'r'.;'", j4- ": ,-;... ; ,;,,,. .

the :state which 1 Is completing Betty Todd and Mrs. Emma Communion.J.I Association. i F .c.:1 '.)..' '; .. .

four watershed plans per year. Garber, all of Starke, and Mrs.' I i Th* Rev. Let W. Heaton, The ,students were ,introduced i : .V. .-.
KANSAS- QUEEN "This party now has applications -t, Bertie Zimmerman-, Lingonier Vicar. I 1' bj P..T. Nolin,who had i .., ,- ':;, .-,. 4-
89c I II r. ,%1 J :,;;" : ;
FLOURi-1O1bs. i on hand which will require -: Pa. i charge of the program. \ ".:':" : ... .

j four years work. Considering I Funeral services were held PARAN BAPTIST: CHURCH I!,i ';- .* . ... .1 I

VAN CAMP "" the rapid growth and at 3 p.m. Sunday at the graye- ,GRANDIN. FLA.i Methodist Churrh : .

S PORK & BEANS 4 No. 2l/2 cans 99c f development in Florida. more side in Dyal Cen etery' with :i r i! -, Announcing

a r : watersheds need soil and water -; Rev. L. S.: Williams and Rev.Charles Rey. Paul 1 Travis Pastor i Schedule. for week of March. ,11

BEEF 39o resource development for Jones officiating. Arrangements I i 2.;'. New Rambler Classie V-O
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,can. '. greater\ use. t I were: in, charge BRAND'S ( Our farms offer virtually |, DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Morning! Worship 11 a.m ; S:45: aon. Morning Worship.' and
ALL POPULAR 'I with superior performance high
| f very kind .'oi recreation op- Home.i tX4"alnIngUnlan".: ,&:30 p. m.Evening ..11- a.m. Snack Supper for M.-
MIL K., 3 tall eMs . .. 39c portunity.that Associated t .. wPm; 1i i>, 1:30"P.JJ.1: [ yp..,8 p.m. Youth Meeting -

Limit 6 Cans With! $5.00 Food Order '1. with the outdoors. These op.JXlrtunities -i, !:Midweek.'Pfayef\ : .Meeting. Wed. t I fi:30 p. m.. Evening Worship i it "Car of the Year" now offers 198 HP V-8

;. range all ,the way winter vacations. nesday, 7:30 p.m. t 7:10
: p.m. I .. running mate to famed Classic
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ROYAL RICE S Jbs. 59c ; fro msimple pleasures of hik- George and Vernon Reddish, .'n1esdarCUb. Scout Pack 1 1r ". : Ii

,.. ;:.ing. swimming, fishing, aIld used the District's, fertilizer FIUST. CHRISTIAN' 70 meetihjj: in Fellowship Hailj;t 1 .., .-.. Try this for a surprise package. A brand-new V8.
to horse back spreader to fertilize, their Ba- 'CIllECH ,( Economy in the Rambler tra ition.
SUNNYLAND PURE ; bird watching ,7:30 pirn f j .. .f ,, ; Responsive I
L A RD- .. 8 Ib. bucket "I. $1.39 riding camping and summer his pastures. I| Rob L. BaftreU. ftfialster, 1' Wednesday-- Library Committee --. ..-_. d formance. Price? $76 tcl$195 less thin comparable \'

I I :: meeting, 9 aon. Prayer 'j Sixes of the two best sellers.
: -. f Sunday :)School !:45 4. .m.
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SHORTENING I ChijrcV Worship," 10:45 a. :m. Meeting;, 7.i30; p-m '. J Through years of research, American Motors i
Ibs. 59c Choii Th1rsdaStory Hour and J Mvanetd Unit ( creates ne was convinced'that a hjgh-cconomy V-8 could be !
3 5:30 tt. :
Vegetole Chi Rho p.
Snowdrift -
or .Junior Choir: rehearsal 3:15: j solly! replaces many small parti.
I. I practice 630; pm. CYF: 7p; rpjn. Chancel" Choir 'rehe sa1.11 I :: perfected. Today lh.e Classic V-8 is tested, proved ii

JIM! PAfWY pj C I m. Prayer M"tiini.' 7:4Q t tm. >. .'7,,)&" pJ11.. .; .. .. and ready for you, at; your Rambler d aler! You t

I Wed .ea4J.' I -- I. ; :' ,- get .balanced rjcrformance plus high economythe i;

9ITS ? Las11 I: OTIC1S.elt.d i .. Best of Both. And many other "bests" you \t
1Ii.aU Will L reeaivIy
_, I BOATDRAIN BAPTIST ;! J the. City Council of the City 1 never heard of before in any car priced so low !
CABIN, HOME ; I CHURCH of 'St rke. '.t the .City Hall ftSt'ke. :.
I .1} ." Florida, until Jon 0-,'
MEAL .1 (. Sunday School. 10 .. ..''r\ Oock P.I-L, op Tatsaay. April 2. :Rambler 63
: "' : 1 1JSJ.; at which time and plac '... :
Morning Worship. 11 -m.Training .'.!fan' LW. rec Ived will be PlJb.' Rambler's! New Classic Yl delivers V.* 'WINNER OF MOTOR TREND MAGAZINE' AWARD ;I
.R.A.rttd l .aloud on "
Union 6:30 p. m. lfnp4llfd' perfonnaRCefaI'llOllRriIbltreter.omy.CAB OF THE YEAR"
the ,following Item: 11
Hood Spit Ruse *U : ,
pomfjtrs Evening Worship 7:38: p. m I-un' (- oor' sedan color

COR, IN, r2 cans .29c your w hibIrt-and your Prayer Me t1Iti. Wedntadw gren: body with *v'lite top.
.. Ho' I Y-* notor with a .minloiuin
Xo'l.rtk t 1 J19"" .
'\ 1CA. } d 7:3Qp.m, I. of 200 fan and a maximum f fbrakta. I
.. RED CUT't eli\ as J flupen ia fleecy softness. : ZGG liP equtppd ,with tae%vl

STRING! BEANS 2 cans 29q: c .Leave? fabrics' so de J p- P"J'f- oST- J., LrnsmIr19p 4 u t 1 "J04'. automatic t1.3teT.'

: xrinUc-rce| tt.t ironing'sea kL 324 W.; Brownlee. St. f-qUiPPM' *ith police pae\t.\ -

JAY BIRD _j-when necessary at aL V .,.',i'- j,, ,,0a*-.ge..JI- 2'4door' Ford sedaa Se&ct Used Cars,Too.Bay Now During Your Rambler Dta'e' 's Used Car VALUE PARA EDODD'S

VIENNAS..lOcans "I" 99c lT\f eoQj'plet fthric spflcner 'T Sunday School 10 a.. ra. with. automatic transmission to
If Morning W4ip. I1 *-. 0Evanyeliatic be fr dd I*. Can-b Be** ftCity. .
. at the it .' 'alto. Station.
.1 ; ; ;l. rruDooty price Service: 7:30 p..ED J.CUjf.resetveslberiht.to 528 S. Walnut St.
MANY OTHER BARGAINS jI ;' Prayer Meeting.. W.ednyT:30 accept or reJect any or,an bida. AUTO SALES

i-HOOD SOFT RINSE p. m. Prayer for: the aid, ': mr'OF pTARKE. FLORIDA Starke Floridai
Come Out And Join The Crowd I I ,t all services.David- T. Me"pastor. .1 .By. : Merrill City.Clerk .,
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Palatka Hands vine, Lower Manhattan, with were aghast at its beauty and ware. loaded packs.
f Fifth 4fl I I
SENIOR a stop in Chinatown, Battery, appearance. Next we took: a Upon waiting, for about 30 Eight other' troops, besides

Bradford Nine I Bowery, Greenwich Village, bus and went to tile Empire minutes we boarded froM the i Troop 70,, were represented,
]! !
Place Mid-town, and upper Manhattan -State Building to view the Washington Terminal S.>a- i including Gainesville, Melrose

i Winner i Second Loss I TRIP i i and last stopping at the city from the 102nd observatory -, board's "Silver Comet" fci Newberry, Waldo Lake But-

!, i American Museum of Natural floor. It was a magnifi-j home. ler and Raiford. Twenty-five

1 k- ? Mf; History. cent sight. i Breakfast was served at S.30 patrols were registered, including I

( In, DeLand MeetBradford : Palatka's Maroons handed ta.- ; I II By Harriett Goodman After lunch in the cafeteria I I Here there came a division I in the diner.A over 150 Scouts and l

i Starke's baseballers their sec- \ ( oi. II I Starke In the basement of the museum I among the students who had two-hour delsy! in Jack-. leaders.
Leaving approximately i
ond loss in three games this I we were entertained and enthralled Points were given for proper -
: two choices. Following dinner sonville caused us not to met:! I
hour did
.. High thinclads did) season as they put down a 1fr1ov5 I an late BHS not New dampenthe York with a visit to the one group would have a free our schedule in arriving u. care of tools, selecting
not) live up to expectations i iI' seventh inning Tornado rally spirits
Hayden Planetarium with free, on.
I I afternoon and that night visit Starke, but we finally made it good campsites, and so
bound students. When at last
I' last Saturday when they scored Tuesday to preserve a 7-5 vic i time afterward for those wishing
Ladies Thursday ;
the Seaboard's Radio City Music Hall for a home around noon. : In Troop 70 blue
they boarded
Only 23 points in the Stet- tory.The saw Dot Powell, Lilliam Bishop, "Silver Comet" last Wednesdaythe to wander around the mu- movie and stage show featuringthe : were won by the Rattlesnake
Relays to take Tornadoes lost the
Kay Lyon, Bernice Epps, Ger enthusiasm of the seum. famous Rocket. <;. The! Flying Eagle, and Pelican Pa-
J\ li/th place. game on errors letting six of tie McRae, and Marvalen ,ber 7o-mem-1 Dinner was at 6 in a nearby other group- had the choic.i of trols. Red ribbons were won by

I 1We're in for a rough season the seven Maroon tallies cross Wood out for the lesson. Afterward -, group rose! Georgia cafeteria with a play at the visiting Radio City that after 35 ScoutsOf the Antelope, Alligator, and
night we passed through -]
unless the boys begin to the plate unearrca. The Ma- they, accompanied by Helen Hayes Theater the and another Patrols.
North! on noon seeing play Troop 70 Eagle
I' South Carolina,
take more pride In themselve roons scored three runs in the the went to Keystone I .
pro I agenda for the evening. The that night which was 'Th i -Scribe Tim ThompsonPressureCreosoted
,and in what they're doing" first inning, all un: il'ned, on citm & Heights to practice for the I Carolina, and Virginia. !play was "Mary, Mary" starring -I Sound of Music." Thi students Hold CamporeeThirtyfive I"I

Coach David Hurse said this Starke errors and men added Pro-Lady Tournament which With less than two hours actual -I I
I Iwt Diana Lynn and Tom enjoyed all of these.
k. It was the lowest that i: four more in the fourth frame, !------.I was held this week. I sleep, we arose bright and Postom. Scouts from

BHS had scored in any meet)I one of which was earnel. Frosh Falcon Two teams participated in. cherry to prepare for arrivalin Before leaving for breakfastSaturday : ::; Troop 70. accompanied by
Friday morning arrived, our morning W) had to be I Fence Posts Poles etc.
ln.jthe past three years. Starke J Starke scored two run in the Pro-Lady Tournament on Washington. Visibility was Scoutmaster David ,

I last year placed third in the the third when Kenny Terrell! Shows PromiseAt Tuesday. Pro Homer Wood I very poor due to a thick blan- last day in New York, and packed and ready to leav ery, and Harold MontgOm-1 1 SOUTHERN WOODPRESERVING

Class A competition in the tripled and came home on played with each team 9 hol: ket of fog and our first look at breakfast was devoured at the About 9 a. m. we left from I Austin Cary I CO.Baldwin .

state. just two and a half third baseman Gary Kovba's! es. The tournament was play- Washington, our Nation's Capitol same nearby cafeteria.We the Taft Hotel enroute to near Gainesville for a Camp '

points behind the winning single. Kouba then scored ShortstopPromising ed on a handicap basis. Four was delayed. then took a ''bus to the Washington, again stoppingfor oree last Friday. They hiked Fla.

team. j j I from second on a wild throw.]. young freshman teams finished with a 62. and Still one hour behind sched-. United Nations Building and lunch in :New Castle, Dela. three and a half miles with j

The Tornadoes managed to Donald Falcon who team with a 63. The ule TVA. finallv rHspmharVpd" at
Hurse said the best performance shortstop : one -- -------J ---------- --
'I add another in the fifth ta: of the Washington terminal. ,
so far this year by any) has notched a starting posi- Starke team consisting

BHS trackman was the 4:55.6 II make the score 7-3. tion on this year's Tornado Bernice Epps, Marvalen Wood, Everyone carried his own lug-

mile run by freshman Tony t In the bottom of the seventh varsity nine waits above to and Kay Lyon, came in witha gage to the txaggage truck I

Lawson in the junior varsity j:I the Tornadoes scored two take a grounder. 64. Lillian Bishop, Virginia where it was transferred to iIYi9 II

division\ Saturday. The Torna-J j I runs on a triple by Bill Jackson Falcon has started all three Shannon, and Gertie McRae the Carlyle Hotel for storage.

does placed fourth in that!' driving in Gary Cole who games this season ac shortstop finished with a 66. Then the Seniors, armed with I

cStegory. i had walked- Shortstop Donaldi and there seems to be no- Virginia Shannon was one their small suitcases, marched 20 Words or less, one time ---_ .95: Memorials, Resolutions ___ &o per work

i Falcon then sent Jackson body around to threaten his of three ladies who had an through the fog to the Carlyle If in
Their next meet is $ched- not paid advance 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 51 words ____ 2J5*
vied on'i home with a long fly to left- position. ace [hole in one]. for breakfast. Blind Ads _______ _
at 2:30 p.m. Saturday Keyed or 1.00 Her 50 words ._ 5c per wort
center before Terrell ended "He's and inexperienced The First Methodist Churchis Following breakfast we
the University of Florida i young Each additional word over 20 ____ (05) Display ads in Classified 1.50 lnd
track in a four-way meet I the game by lining out to second but moves well, has good holding a series of "New boarded sightseeing buses and per .

with Gainesville High School,I base. Jackson's blast was hands, and throws well" en- Life" meetings this week. The began our four-hour tour of j

Ocala, and Palatka. one of the longest ever hit thused Coach Charles Lyle. guest speaker is the Rev. McCoy Washington. We visited the INSURANCEAT HAVE ONE 17 in. and one FOR RENT-Nicely furnished f

I in the local park, according to "He shows a lot of promiseand Gibbs of Leesburg. Although Bureau of Printing and En- REDUCED RATES 21 in. TV sets that can be' 2 bedroom house. 612 Lake st. t

"We've a change to win but": BHS coaches and would have will get plenty of chancesto he has a 7:30 a.m. 10 graving where we were open- AUTO DOYLE FIRE E. CONNER BOAT had for taking up paymentsat I Adults. Mrs. A. F. Sauls ph.

It'll take 100 per cent effort, been a sure homer had it not gain experience this season ajn., and 7:30: p.m. service mouthed at the scads of money INSURANCE AGENCY Dahmer's Discount House 964-5744. tfchg.
Coach Hurse of the coming I 112 E. Call St. 3-28 I
says hit a light in deep right-center ," the coach added. each day he found time to the Arlington National Ceme-I Phone 964-4501 4tchg HELP WANTED: Man Woman -

meet. field. "Falcon made a great play enjoy our course last Tues- tery (Tomb of the Unknown tfchg SPRING IS COMING- Have' or couple; young or old.

In Saturday's meet In Defend Next game is with Bishop against GHS in our first day. His hobby is golf and Soldier), Change, of the Guard,I your Lawn Mower sharpened.I Read The Classifieds! who needs nice home to assist
Starke placed only five 1, Kenny here next Tuesday, game," Lyle said, "He went all!I he is a member of the Orlando Mt. Surabachi (Iwo Jima Memorial beautiful Stero Player at on Dah-a Calvin Johns, Phone 964-1441. IF YOUR with small,motel Modest pay,

men and had two firsts-Tpm! March 26.Motor the way to second, dived at-1 I Country Club. I know each ), Lincoln Memorial, and mer's Discount House. Phone_tfchg NAME IS pleasant working conditions.
Gardner's 50'6" effort in the FOR RENT Furnished a-t FOUND AMONG THE Phone 964-5801. 2tp 3-28
the ball made the play. then of you would enjoy meeting the Archives Building. We, 969-1771. 4tchg 3-28

shot and Hal Lawson's 4:41.5: Parts got up and threw the man him. Come out and hear him rode by, 'but did not visit, the' Mrs- partment. Lights and water I CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL Mrs. A. D. Crosby
J. W. Gaskins
mile which tied the school record out at first. Of course, being speak either tonight or to- White House, the Jefferson furnished $45 per mo. Mrs. I AT THE TELEGRAPH HOT POINT
he set last week. Larry Loses But he'll make some Memorial Insurance Problems? C. Y. Kirchaine, 514 S. Ep- ;. REFRIOERAf f
inexperienced, morrow. and the Washington I 'OFFICE FOR A FREE TOR for sale; practically new: J
Crawford and Steve Edwards Holds 1st Place mistakes too. But his great ... Memorial. Call The Man From i person St._tfchg bought locally for $200. Any i
the two milerelay TICKET TO THE FLORI.
fourth "
placed in play makes up for them BHS Golfers Lunch was served at the Ho- "TRAVELERS"George BEWARE of reasonable o f f er accepted.
buying any encyclopedia -
with a time of 9:02: Bill Parts in los- the coach didn't forget to add. tel Carlyle. Then we toured E. LaRue, before you see DA THEATRE.H. Phone 964-5801 for details.
Starke Motor ,
Phillips also placed fourth in three out of four in their Two other freshman, Dwight the United States Capitol and II Keystone Heights Agt. For WORLD BOOK. Call or writeM. __ _ _2tp 3-28
,at 48 feet and Lynwood ing BollesBradford A. GRAINGER,
shot Spreader
the match with Tom's Shell in Elder and James Roach, have Top the Supreme Court Building.At "Travelers Ins. Companies"Tel. A. PAYNE, your local rep Service Chicken fertilize FOR. RENT-.i room furnished -
in the
placed second Lea- also gained spots on the team. approximately 3 p. m. we 473-4692 Day, resentative since 1956, Box 603 for apartment with screen

Broad Jump at 20' 4 3-4" and the; Men's Commercial still maintaineda Elder has started so far in High topped Bol left aboard chartered buses 473-4325 Nites. phone 964-3794. tfchg Lime sale.also.Hauled Phone and 684-5433 spread. porch. Modern conveniences.Call .
week I
this ,
third In the pole vault with gue in first center field and Roach will les of Jacksonville in a golf 'stopping in New Castle, Delaware -Auto Fire Home Business YOUR OLD WATCH will Grandin, Fla. 8tp 4-18 Mrs.. W. L. Andrews, 964-
five point bulge .
a.;Jl2: foot effort. see much action when he returns match 163-185 in a nine hole for dinner. Immediately Monthly Payment Plan make the down payment on a 6284. Up
Gardner and Phillips' efforts place. The win by Tom's put beautiful Bulova at We specialize in all types
from a bout with the match for the second time after boarding the buses Available I new WANTED Girls for spare
in the shot put were both them in a tie for second place Dahmers Discount House. roofing, remodeling, repairs
flu, Coach Lyle said. this season in the second of following dinner we again tfchg. tfchg time sales work. Sarah Coven-
personal high's.JV! with Noegel's Auto. four meets scheduled betweenthe traveled en route to New York. and rool painting. No money try Jewelry. Write Opal Smith,

ResultsIn In taking three out of four, INSTRUCTIONSMEN down, free estimates. J. B. Box 15, RaiordFla.. tfchg.
schools this season. at the Taft Hotel FOR
Tie arriving SALE2 hr. concrete -- -- -
the junior varsity division. Noegel's dropped Terwillegar Medalist for both teams around 8:30: p. m. block home in walking distance Meeks Roofing Co. Jacksonville WANTED; White woman for
took i Motors into sixth place. &WOMEN NEEDED Fla. Telephone PO 8:- housework and Invalid care. I
Starke's Jeff Warren a Marks Pro-Lady with a 35 was Starke's Harold At 9:30: we met in the lobby of shopping area and
fourth in the shot put with a Fourth place O'Connor Real Bishop. Richard Hobbs had a for a walk through Times churches. Furnished or un WORK IN 7057. 7tp 4-4 E. B. Grider. 765 N. Lake Bt iI

I heave of 36'6", Wayne Phipps Estate took three out of four I' Golf TourneyA 41 for Starke, Jimmy Meyer Square to the Empire State. furnished. Quiet, large lot, 19 CIVIL SERVICE FOR SALE Wooden lawn ---.Up Ia a

I placed fifth in the high jump from[ Draw Tite, leader of the 43, and Mike Willis a 44. It is Building, but due to the fog trees. Call 969-2845. tfchg No experience necessary, gram- chairs at Strobo's Garage. LAKE FRONT COTTAGE on t

at 52". Joe Brown was sec- second division teams. four-way tie marked the notable that of three inter- we were unable to view the FOR SALE-Reasonable pric- mar school education suaUy 4tchg'4-4 Bedford: sleeps 10. Ref. can \

ond in the half mile at 2:15.9: Community State Bank, in I Pro-Lady Golf Tournament city matches in Jacksonville from the that ed used Televisions. Refrigerators sufficient. Train now at home F. M. Prescott see same on Lake Bedford
city observatory
and Jones third at 2:18. Tony winning three out of four j\ at the Keystone Heights Coun- last weekend the lowest other Washers. Excellent for jobs with security For details Keystone Hgts., or call EX- f
night. Condition. Bullington Appliances REGISTER NOW for adwJ1 brook 8-8562, Jax. Make re- ,
with eight
Lawson placed second in the from Food Fair, moved up to try Club Tuesday score was 165, two points above Some rode the subway back tfchg send name address, phone'I I I evening classes. Mall >,.... .senrations: now., "Olcotts". ,

mile with! his 4:55.6: and the fifth place and removed evena under-par 62's as the dead- stark: 's score against to the hotel 'and some walked. FOR RENT -Two bedroom. number to: ,f course selections to L. H. Gib- Itchg. I

mile relay team of Tommy mathematical possibility of locking tally. Bolles. The Tornadoes will For those who rode the .subway house with modern conven- National Training Sen'iceJI I son. Drawer 100. Starke. $2.00 _FOR SALE Refrigerator-
Lewis!l, Ronnie Harper. John Food Fair becoming league The pro-lady event served meet the other teams in the Box A, Starke, Fla. fee per oourse. Negro adult ,
for the start of! it was quite an experience. iences. See William Silcox, 11 contact Prof. Thompkins. R.J. $20. Single roll away bed $10.
Sanford, and Gene Pass came champions with seven weeksof i as a tuneup district tournament April 5 Awaking fresh and ready togo mile East of Starke on High- lOtpApr4FOR E. School. tfch, Can see nites at Lake Bedford

in fourth at 3:47.8: Lawson bowling remaining. a 36-hole two-day KeystoneWomen's and 6.The. Thursday morning, we ate., way 16. ltp RENT Furnished Apartments *,plcotts Cottage" or call EX- I
invitational event on NEW AND USED Chain
, lost a first place decision by Starke Utilities took three team's next match is :breakfast at a nearby cafe- 1 & 2 bedrooms, saw brook 8-8562 ___ _ltchg
$50.00 Repairs all makes.
and Thursday.A up.
stopping just a few yards before out of four from Gem Jewelry, Wednesday Rob- here next Monday with GHS i teria and then boarded buses.NEW, BEAUTIFUL we nay lights and water. Con- Lawn mowers sales and ser WANTED-White housekeeper -
finish and being over- hole-in-one by Mrs. tact 431 Center St. or Bulling I \
the while Russ's Place and Starke at 3 p.m.First for a four hour comprehensive I vice. Your McCulloch Dealer for elderly couple in Hamp-
ert Bleakley added ppice tTuesday's :> ton Appliances. Phone Day
taken at the last minute. Telephone Co. split their tour of New York,' visiting the i4 964-6551 Night Florida Saw Co. 19th Driw ton. Salary $72 per mo. Mrs
Sne placedher
I match even. action. Men's Cage Cathedral of St. John the Di-!, 9647191.tfchg i N. East, Gainesville Fla. 6- E, L- Birt, P. O. Box 4, Hamp- I
a'''JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES tee shot in the cup on KINGSBERRYHOMES Jfchg ton or phone Waldo 468-1752,
This week's "hot shots" for PEYTON FLORIST
** the 150-yard second hole. I_ J ltp
.:.TO. ATTEND ASSEMBLY"F. : the season high game only ..L__"' _____ 1___t _u.... Tourney Set Here I 119 S. .
I Lies ijIepnenSOIl: 1lUi)" pw, ; THOMPSON ST. Electra-Tronics Inc
*- E. Shenenon. presiding are: : M. Lizenbee, 174: N. Willis -i figured in half of the four- This Fri., Sat. Town Finance PHONE 964-4155 Industrial Division, Sales, Service FOR SALE ,
193; G. Newcomb. 201; A. :3 TO 4 BEDROOMS Owner
minister of the Starke con- way deadlock. He teamed with NIGHT 969-1022'' By ,
964-3891 Motors Gen
194. Holds LeadIn or Repairs on ,
gregation of Jehovah's Witjjesses Hauger 172; J. Faulk Eileen Lee. Freda Wyman, and The First Annual Starke 1 OR 2 BATHSV. erators, Switching and Con
Hot Shots for season high Series DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe 3 Blocks To Shopping Area
that athreeday for 30-32-62, and Men's Invitational Basketball
Hall Mixed
announces Eva a Bowling
A. DOWN trols Welders and Tools Power
$50 ,
466 R. Wire Flowers Anywhere
Circuit Assembly are: W. ?aulk, ; then played on a foursome Tournament is scheduled here Conversion Transformers. In Pinehurst Subdivision

will be held in the Exhibition Cason. 391; H. Bishop. 452. with partners Gena Christof- Friday and Saturday nights, Noegel's 301 Restaurant took:, FHA 3% DOWN _ _ tfchiz Service and, Repairs to AH Concrete Block Home, 3

Hall in Jacksonville. April 5- landings Won Lost I I fers, Vesta Aiken. and Eva March 22 and 23. with the a climb from last place to BRICK OR FRAME INCOME: TAX SERVICE Heavy Industrial Electrical Bedrooms & Florida Room,

*|L< Among those planning to Starke Motor Pts 49 19 Hall for a 29-33 total of 62. first games beginning at'7:30. fourth in the Wednesday Night SHORT AND LONG FORM Equipment Carport, & Utility Room.F. .

I' 'attend from Starke are Mr. Noegel's Auto..44 24 Dink Wise teaching pro Four teams from Starke, Mixed Bowling League by defeating 'SEEINGBELIEVING" BUSINESS AND FAR3ISCHEDULES 1939 N. E. 27th Ave. G'vfflij I H. A. Approved

'Aftd Mrs. Dave Pennell, Mrs. O'Connor . 38 30 i Chicago played with Mrs. Gainesville, will participate in dropping the latter to seventh IS Mrs.' Clarence F. Rhoden I tfchg Monthly Payment $61.82

;:Nia Pratt, Mrs. Blanche Lind- Community Bank 37 31 Phillip Deguere, Eleanor Miller the tourney, according toj place I
I 9 AJU. 9 PJL
say, Mrs. Ruby Elder, and oth- TerwiUegar . 36 32'' Bonnie Leach. This four- Townsend Strickland, tourna- Charlie Schaefer rolled a CONTACT I Daily Phone I WE DONT I Phone 64-3544
,f is.: Highlight of the assembly Draw Tite . 30 38 some had a score of 313162. ment manager. Admission will 163 high game for Noegel's Sell we help buy. i 717 W. Cypress Street
1126 you you
'Will be a talk at 3 p.m. Sunday Starke Utility 29 39 Palatka pro Willard Knightwas be 50 cents for adults and 25 301 while Bob Firth had a LaRUE Corp. Thompson Good selection of new anc Starke, Fla.

by D. J. Thomas, a representative Starke Tel. Co..29 39 matched with T. O. Collier cents for students. 154 for Draw-Tite. The Mi- LOSE WEIGHT Safely with used 8' and 10' wide Mobile I 1

of the New York of-t Gem Jewelry . 28 40 Mrs. Bleakley. and Mrs. Gainesville will meet Green zeUs are back with the league Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Full Homes. FOR SALE-Modern Kings. ..'

,lice of the Watchtower Bible Russ's . . 25 43 Robert Lee in a matching 31- Cove, the tourney favorite, at now, and all members are 400 W. Madison St. weeks supply only 98s Mitchell's LAKE GENEVA ley Lake home. Large dock

and Tract Society. Food Fair . 19 49 31 performance. 7:30 Friday night for the first glad to welcome them. PHONE 964-8641 Drugs. 6tp 4-18 TRAILER PARK house and boat house. Good

game of the tournament and Town Finance still leads FOR SALE: 1 mL SE oi Keystone Hta financing available to reliable '

Simpson's Tops Starke will meet Palatka in the league in first place, with Free Estimates Of Building 1 acre lot in town, nice location on Route 100 person. Also several acres

the second game of the dou and B And HousemovingFOR -$2500.Lovely available adjoining lake home
the Police Department
'. STARKE ,Noegel's Auto In ble-header. The consolation home on 3% acres near tfdu Call or' Write V. Q. McCoy,
G Truck Stop just one
town. Must to Jr. PR 2-3361 or P. 0 Box
see appreciate.
SALE 3 bedroom
contest will be played at '7:30: behind. They kept the I A WATKINS ROUTE in this
Sundown BowlingSimpson game 414 Gainesville. Fla.
Only $14.000 terms. .
I If house 1-2 land I
Saturday night with the acre area Is for semi-retired
t' BUSINESS DIRECTORY lead by defeating Coca-Cola STROUT REALTY, Starke, open _4tchg 4-11
championship game to follow. 3000. $50 down $47.50 per man, or lady. Many .semi-re -
T a x i defeatedNoegel's three points, with Larry Fla.-U.S. 301 South Ph: 468- FOR SALE-Single bed, book- \ .
Starke's team will be the mo. Phone 359-3055 Jacksonville tired people earn $50.00 to
181 for Town Fi 1766 Waldo
7- Auto by taking gel rolling a Itchg case headboard. Good condi-

AUTO REPAIRS AUTO SERVICE points in the Sundown Mixed I: same one which participatedin nance. Army Armstrong had tfchg FOR SALE- Rutgers Tomato $100.00 time per devoted week to Route.dependingon Al. tion. $20. Call 969-1574 after

Claude the Men's Basketball Lea- a 196 for CocaCola.The SINGER SEWING MACHINECO. Plants. 60c 6 p.m. or weekend. Itp
1vI Doubles this week. 1 per 100 or $5 per so have 1 full time Route o- _
Starke's Hardee rolled a 530 series for gue as Coca-Cola but with Police took four points Sales & Service by authorized 1000. F. F. Flume. 2tp 3-28 pen. Maybe you can qualify.For FOR SALE-2 bedroom house.

Ul Earl's Simpson and Rudolph Hutch Lacy Allison, Chuck Moore, from Winkler's Electric, with representative. Con- BY OWNER5 acres and personal interview in your Very reasonable for cash. Can

Garage Cities Service Station I eson a 461 series for Noe- and Jim McCool added. Regu- Bill Rosser rolling a 201 game tact: John Edenfield, 964- good clean all modern home area, write J. H. McGarity, be seen after 5 p.m. 394 Weldon -

... ALL KINDS OF J. C. Gardener Prop. gels. lar team members are Dub for the winners.' Julia Wells 6863. or Stump's Dept. Store, for sale. 3 bedrooms, living Box 627 Willirton. Florida.3t St. Mrs.. Doris Carlton. :

Oil took three Lowrimore, Franklin Tomlin-;, had a 418 series for Winkler. 964-2651. tfchg room, dining room, kitchen chg 3-28 742 Lake St. 2tchg 3-28 I
Mechanical Service Register ,
Every son, Tommy Malloy, Dwight B & G took four points FOR RENT Furnished and family room. IX bath. Fireplace I
fl. General Repairs Automatic: points from Forsyth Elder, Erwin Land, and Townsend from Gardner's Gulf Service unfurnished apartments. Also drapes and carpet BAB-B-QUE
All Work OuanntMdPhone ing. Bill Nelson had a 525 series Strickland.D unfurnished 2 or 3 bedroom through out house with I Ready mix concrete, concrete AT
: '''-SU TransmissionsCities for Register, while Harold with Bob Drake rolling a 168 houses. Reasonable rent. W. H. sale. 10 minutes drive go from t I block house piers, sand cement ,: AZALEA DRIVE IN
Service Products for the winners. Mary Jarvis Nollman. Starke. tfche mortar mix steel
I.. Walnut. Stark. Davis rolled a 486 for Starke. Phone for appoint- rock JOt SOUTH
.. TIRES BATTERIES Forsyth. &W'Auto had a 181 for Gardner's. E. L. Marley ment 964-3043, Ira H. Truex. oyster shell limerock roof SAT. MARCH 23
705 N. Temple StarkePHONE Standings -, Won Lost gravel lintels. BRADFORD
4tp 4-11 8:30 P.
I 964-9911 Pyrofax Gas took four Takes Lead In Town Finance .15 5 FOR RENT-2 bedroom unfurnished I ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521. 31. \
;AUTO SERVICE I points from M & R Motors. house. 61-2 miles EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES. Starke. EVERYONE WELCO3IE
Police Dept..t14 6 tfchj
:: FLORIST Larry Noegel rolled a 514 series -. Twilight League North of Starke on Hiway 16. Apply in person at Garden I II Ii ''j
B & G :. . :. .14 6
; MAN WANTED who has trac-
for Pyrofax and Edith Rt. 2 Box 93, J. W. Gaskins Restaurant. tfchg i
'fl l Noegel's 301 .. .9 11 tor and to do custom
Gilbert S. Brown Colonial Florist Fuqua a 415 for M & R. Triest Construction Co. took Gardner's Gulf8 12 tfchg FOR SALE-1961 Falcon like I HASTINGS MATTRESS spray work this area. Pays

Bridge, led by Henry four points from Gateway new. Take up payment. $200 & UPHOLSTERY WORKS ,
Long I
It HAS NEW OWNERS Winkler's Elec.. .. 7 13 $1.00 to $1.50 per acre. Write
ftUndard Oil Serric StatloaT Dot Bagwell. Mgr. j i Cross' 473 series, took four Chevrolet to put them bothin Draw-Tite .. .. 7 13CocaCola Income Tax Service equity cash or trade. Phone I 710 Lemon St. PaUtka giving full details on equip
I pInts from Carps, with Bill second place in the Ladies 9648021. ltp Furniture ment and yourself. P. O. Box
ATLAS Repaired
FRESH FLOWERS ..... 6 14 Charles E. Hutcheson ,
TIRES A BATTERIES MEMBER F. T. D. f' Lovell's 519 series high for the Twilight League with only' one FOR SALE Good Registered : Upholstered & Refinished 1115, Winter Garden, Fla.
losers. more week to go. Bettie Sprow Mom Fri. After 5 P. LAn Angus bun breeding age. Also I!;I' Itchg
Terms Road Serrlc Flowers Wired World Wide [ MATTRESSES REBUILTNew _
of 477. Wolfe had
j had high series of the night Georgia Argentina Bahia grass seed. i f: I
D 3 W took three points Day Saturday
Phone 8S -1071 Starke Phone 964-6291 : [and the season so far] with high series of 414 for the los- ,. Write Box 640,Starke or phone Innersprings FOR BALE-Plywood fishing II

407 N. T rj>le. Stark. from Buff's Garage. Joyce 591three very nice games, ers. CALL 964-1195 Lucian Conner 964-0284. and Box Springs boat and trailer. Reasonably
4- Ward rolled a 506 series for 187 210, and 194. Mary Jar- Wells Electric took three 521 Pratt St., Starke I I. 4tchg 4-11 Drop Us A Card n Call priced $100. Bee at 637 N.
the winners, and Vernon Buff
r WE SPECIALIZE IN vis had high series of 464 for points from Williams Jewelry Chged 4-12' MOBILE HOMES S-xlO' wide PALATKA EA 5-9181 Walnut St. 2tp 3-28
led the losers with a 352. I I
Dodd's t Service & LANDSCAPINGAND Harry Lovell was missed by the losers.D with Jerry Everett high seriesof 'I to 60'. 50x10 as low as $3388':i STARKE 364.5914JIBS. WAITRESS WANTED. APPLY

\" NURSERY & W Auto Supply took 426. Burner Winkler had with monthly payments PEGGY SHALLEE: AT BLUE
all the bowling league due to FOR RENT Furnished a- ,
: $67.05; 8x35 only $2995 with
Auto SalesRambler Private and Commercial high series of 435 for the
three from Murrhee
a serious illness. Get well soon ji j ji j! points partment at rear of store 321 monthly payments 5158. I I Starke, Arm& 2tp 3-28
I : Sale &: Serric* Property Insurance Agency, which put'i losers. N. I
Temple Ave. Call 969-2981.
Harry. Trailer Mart Inc. US. Hiway II
Also expert: tree removal and[i |! them in the lead of 7 points. Team Standing Won Lost tfchgPANSY I WANTED: Experienced yard Fence Posts, Poles, etc.
EEPAD1INQ Standings Won Lost 17. 468 East Palatka, EA-
.GENERAL Trimming. j i j with Joyce Ward high' series I D & W Auto Sup. 39 17 I 8-1050. man, gardener. Also maid, gen- Pressure Creosoted To !

International Lifetkw 'Your Satisfaction Guaranteed..1), S. S. Noegel..9 23 J,i Gateway Chev.. 32 24 PETUNIA & CAL- | tfchg eral housework. Must provide ... Last, .A Lifetime
-. Muff len :t Register Oil . 45 27 |I i I ,. ?, Triest's Const. Co. 32 24 I ENDDLA, TOMATO plants for FOR SALE-3 bedroom own transportation. Gladly ,

I,. FmESTONl I Tri CountyDevelopment Pyroax Gas .. 42 30 i Simpson's Taxi. 35 37 f Well's Electric. 27 29 I! sale-Mrs. Ferguson phone Hardwood floors tile home.j give employment to high j j SOUTHERN WOODRESERVING

Tires. Batteries, Aw-noric* I Co. :Carps . . 37 35 j'.! Buff's Garage .29 43- I M rrhee's Ins.. 20 36 I 1964-5511,2 mi. from Starke on': Conveniently located. school students.-Phone 533.,... CO. r

628 S. Walnut 864-H81 I D&WAuto..36 .3 Forsyth Plumbing 29 43 Williams Jewelry 18 38 ,, [north]. tfchg'. 964-1834. tfchg; 2381. Itp I B1d1ii, Fla. ,

I Lake Butler BY 6-4267 M & R .e....... 35 37 j jLong I Bridge,.. ... 23 49 i i

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Bradford ,:
County Telegraph i

THURSDAY MAR. 21, 1963 STARKE. FLORIDA : 'r.. '.;: r . 't ,


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P. K. Yonge Majorettes y Putnam High School Majorettes

Marching Event & Massed Band AT BIS. Athletic Field .

Performance Trenton High School Marching; Band l.1- i Saturday, March 23-8 To lOP. M.


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Mayor From Principal

Randal F. Chitty M ) .
w ( T. L. Casey

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It is a distinct pleasure for the cay of Starketo w.

welcome the band members of the Ninth Dis- We the Bradford County High School extend

trict and their instructors, parents, and friendsto most cordial greeting to all directors members of
your annual Band Festival. May this visit be a Bradford High School Marchino-... Band bands, and friends attending the Ninth District
pleasant one for you-an experience you will fondly Band Meet on our campus this Saturday. 'We be-

recall in the months to come. r S r ,:;;'" lieve you will find the facilities offered 'toy our '

Starke is honored to have been chosen host __ ; school second to none, and it is a pleasure to ex- ,

city for this festival We believe your total school t S 0v tend to you their use during the 1963 Meet..

I program is enhanced by your music program and We appreciate the fine contribution that mem-

that it provides a majority of the student bodies '.' bers of each band in the district are making to the

with an opportunity for learning to appreciate the i .." appreciation of good music, the stimulation of
pleasing qualities of music.In ( : school spirit, and the cultural life of their home

selecting Starke as the site of your Band ., -,.;-.tiJ communities. You may be assured. that in addi

Festival, you have paid our city a high compli-, tion to the pleasure you obtain for yourself from t

' ment. I belive you will find your faith in our community your music, you are, at the same time, bringing a ,

justified.It yi ,tir F N e ", : great deal of enjoyment to others.
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is certainly with great pleasure that we of- ;'. We hope that you enjoy your stay while on .

fer the hospitality of our citizens and the facilitiesof '. our campus, and that you will be back with 'us

our city to you during your visit with us. We for other District Meets in the future.

hope you will return soon and often.
Sincerely yours,
Sincerely, _= TOM CASEY

MAYOR Bunnell High School Marching Bandgood Principal BHS .

rangements for some of Its I 1
spraying about every IB overcrowded grades. 'I Key flunday where they visited Church dropped in during the ity enjoyed the Youth Sing at JOHNSTOWN MISSIONARY lug 7 p.m. Adult Training Un-

days for 3 or 4 applications.If The nominating committee!I Mrs. Priest's brother and evening with birthday wishes New River Church last Sun- BAPTIST CHURCH ion, 7 p. m. Theme: "Did
the 25 cent and gifts. Mrs. Joe Lamb and
you use per ister-in-aw, Mr. and Mrs.P. .
COUNTY named at this meeting, inclu- Christ Build the
wettable powder you will mix E. Day. children and Mr. and Mrs. day.Mr. Angus B. Lawson Pastor Baptist
ded Mrs. H. H. Hamilton, as and Mrs. Monroe Gas- Church?" Evangelistic
4 TABLESPOONS full In a Dick Starling also called. Mrs. Service
chairman J. C. Tye, and Mrs. Mrs. Mary Fortner of Plant
AGENT gallon of water. If you use Ellis. City spent several days with Wise served the beautiful kins of Jacksonville are the' Bible School 10 ajn. Morn- 7:30: pjn. "Clearing the way
'' Betty
\,,: ,. the 57 per cent liquid, you Rob- birthday cake and tea to the of ing Worship 11 ajn. Melburn for a revival" Mid-Week
wrr e Mrs. Burgess showed a film her cousin, Mrs. George proud parents a daughter
WITH'A will use 2 TEASPOONS full depicting the third through erts, recently. They visited guests. The honoree received Neil, a missionary from Peru Praver and Bible Study "Ja-
in gallon of water. You have lovely gifts for the day. born Sunday March 17.
a many
will be
fourth grades performing their relatives at different points in speaking. Youth Meet- cob and Esau"iii
heard it said that a combin- Miss Authurine Blanchardof
exercise activities. Larry Gla- this part of the State.
ation of whiskey and gasolineis Jacksonville spent the, -
dio Teddy Bryan, Johnnie Tye Miss Mary Ann Wells of .
not good. It can also be weekend with Miss Enza I ,
and Danny Starling showed, Cocoa visited her grandmother -
said that a combination of I. Blanchard. On Saturday' they
themselves as able weight lif- Mrs. Effie Miner over
worms and plums is not good. went on a sight-seeing trip:
ters. The weights variety according the weekend.
POISON PREVENTION through Ocala National For- : )
to the size of the boys. Mrs. Mabel Peterson and -
WEEK is the slogan being est stopping at different pointsof ( ; NENRY I CM1T P055iBLY RELAX
The third grade won the son of Chicago, HI. are visit- interest. Spring seemed to ) ,HELENcDEPOSrf -
heard all over our countrythis room count and the third ing Mrs. Peterson's niece Miss I YOL.Ri CNCK Ar'MB I'LL DW if WBLiAuK'f1NORRpWIHAVE
ByGeorge week. This is a good timeto be everywhere.
: grade mothers served refresh-
Dorothy Swanbom. THe MAtt-BOX
T. check around and be sure Recent guests of the D. B.
ments. Guests of Mrs. V. R. Reddish B tCGBduB WOWaUO'MEHF
Thomas family were
HugginsQUALITY that old bottles and out-dated ,
Mrs. Hamilton brought the
from Friday to Mondaywere :
sister Mrs. Staughton 2E: \
medicine are destroyed. It ia BANKWlLHAVg
I devotional, with prayer by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Le-
good time to check around Rev. W. A. Fox. and daughter of Jackson : I1 W TN:MO ZNWG, _.' .
gate of Grafton, HI. ville.
AND LOOKS will_ the story on the front page. and see that materials you Church Schedules Sunday visitors ef Mr. and : ,
ti sell strawberries! Several town BETTER LATE THAN NE- use out In the yard on the Grace Methodist Church I
Mrs. J. C. Tye, Johnnie? and YTTTTTTTYY-TTTTTTTYTYI nii.i .
ladies have told me how pleased VER in fertilizing your pecan flowers In the garden on the School 9:45: ajn. Worship, 11 Pam were Mrs. Tye's brother- -< ,
at the of trees. Pecans bring a lot of I crop on the dog and on the I Service 7:30 'S S
they were quality ajn. Evening : p. in-law and sister, Mr. and EVERGREEN I w
strawberries they had bought i money into our county. We livestock are properly stored m. MYP each Wednesday 8 Mrs.. F. L. Roberts of Jack-

from our local stores. Big ber- have seen several run-down and labeled. It is a good time pjn. sonville. .. \ s:
ties on the bottom, in the f groves during the last few to remind yourself that all fer- First Baptist: Sunday By' Mrs. Minnie L. Redding ; N4 ': l
Miss and Miss
back and make tilizer bags should b e Terry Pons .,
years come a School. 10 am.Worship,11 a. .
middle and on top indicate a
Lucy Skagfield of Tallahassee ;
good yield after they had been thoroughly destroyed after
m. Training 7
I Union p.m.
uniform It is
package. '
very .
and Mrs. BE.
given special attention.As emptied. It is dangerous Mr. i it : tr. \
disappointing to pour out a some I I they are Evening Service 8 p.m. Mid- Reddish from Thursday .'..
we have stated before plen- to leave all the empty t .
Services 8 YWA
of fruit and find all p.m.
pint any
Reddish's sis-
the small berries on bottom. ty of fertilizer has been our fertilizer bags out at the end with leader Mrs. Ralph Wise, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Sapp of .. ', "
greatest weakness. Using of the rows. THIS IS POISON meets first and second Tues- ter-in-law Mrs. Ray Reddish Dover Dela. are visiting his 'II

We use to say that we enough fertilizer to keep these i PREVENTION day of each month. The GA and son spent Thursday with mother Mrs. Bessie Sapp, and .k51:

would produce more strawberries trees in good productive condition the family. other relatives for a month..: .. ,..
with Mrs. -
if we could get enough to keep the leaves on fTTTTTTTtTTTVffyffMTiLAWTEY Joyce Futch as Rev. and Mrs. Charlie. Bes-! Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crawford
The whole picture has leader, also meets on the first' !
buyers. the tree and keep them green sent of Jacksonville attended Sr. visited Vance Douglas in ,
changed. We can get plentyof and second Tuesdays. services at the Baptist Church' the Veterans I .. ....
for a longer time will pay off. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hospital at Lake'City : 3" 1
buyers if we have a volumeof There is plenty of proof that last Sunday. last Thursday.The ;
were In New York with the Convenience is the word for 9mm
business and a quality pro- in a grove with mature trees By Enui BlanchtrdAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Senior grade of BHS last Mrs. Joyce Futch and Miss Earl Starlings of Lake- ,.S S5.. our bankbymailservice. r ..:.." ..
duct.compeUUo from other : that pretty well cover the en- Elizabeth Terry) visited David land were weekend guests of Make your nearest mailbox a receiving :
week. Chuck Moore with
areas depends on a good product tire area. 1.000 pounds of fer- was Eunice, son of Mr. and Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gaskins. teller. Pick ,

coming from our Brad- tilizer on each acre will pay PTA Held the Caseys. S. Eunice Jr., in Hope Haven They also visited other rela- up handy mail deposit forms

ford County area. Our famous off. Meeting _Teachers of Lawtey Junior Hospital Saturday. Mr. tives. Mrs. Carl Hilliard returned next time you visit our bank! .
Bradford County Strawberries, Principal C. M- Clark gavea High School and Mrs. Daus- Eunice reports that David appears home with them afteran
If you have let the time
short talk
at the
will sell in any maket if they kinda Lawtey man of the Clay Hill school to be improving. All extended visit in Lakeland.
slip by still oughtto
you Junior High School PTA
that poin- attended the Florida Educa- friends to hear it.
are the quality was are happy Saturday dinner guests of
get a 10-10-10 fertilizer and
meeting on March 12. I
ted out to me by some of our broadcast announ- tion Association Convention in Sunday dinner guests of.Mr. the Otis Brewers included Mr. '
town ladies during the past SPRAY YOUR on your grove. cing that the 9th grade would Jacksonville the latter part of and Mrs. Sidney Hansen were and Mrs. J. C. Pringle and
PLUMS regularly attend school in Starke next the week. FLORIDA
Mrs. Hansen's brotherinlawand
few days./ grandson, Jay of Satsuma.
if you want them to be and
year explaining how this Recent guests of the W. F. Mr. and Mrs. WaIter -
sister ,
Our Bradford County straw- clean and juicy. Even if and Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair
you I arrangement would be beneficial -
made the front Moore family were Mr. and Martin of Starke. Mosley and of i .
berry did family Jack- .
program not spray the first tine '- -
in the National Fruit for the students. He said I I Mrs. Robert Royal of California Mrs. John Brown's birthdaywas sonville. i i- : } fit ::17.AR'KE--
page the tree was in full the students would be better I .. _. : : : :
and Vegetable newspaper last bloom it still would be a good Mr. and Mrs J. B- Boyerof Friday and after a. nice Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Craw .... -- _. -.- .._ :. .__._ --
to '-
prepared enter -- -
high school
Tampa and Mrs. S. D. An- birthday dinner with the '
Sr. attended funeral'of
week. Our Manager J. practice to get started. the
R. Wainwright sent the story thion is the material to use that grades transferring the following :the year and 9th wood.drews and children of Wild- Ralph Wise family she was Anvil Parrish at Elzy Chapel One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group

to the Florida reporter and surprised by visitors. About Cemetery in Union County
and if
really want do
you to
grade would enable the Law- The H. E. Priest family and ten of the intermediates and Member Federal Deposit Insurance
last Corp.
to find Sunday.
we were very pleased the job right, give them a tey school to make better ar- -0: -.
Kathy Jones were In Cedar
of the
young Baptist A group from our communI .- -


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I Are Proud That Starke Was Selected For The Honor Ot Playing oat Jo,.The, 1 1963 Ninth District Band Contest. We are sure you will find the facilities I

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.. ,..4 -.-- STAKKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAR. 21. 1963


I : Home Robbed I ,' 25th Birthday .

i j.?: By Mary K.HIGHLIGHXS Schaeffer Petition Asks Council MeetingTo Of $$2,000In i MELROSEBy Mrs. Alice Rothhammer (: Clay Electric To Honor Original !. '

7 j.I r ...&.>.J4.. ......_SAA&AAasSflas._____a..a..Ii .. .. .. .. .. ..'.... ..... AA&AAADaAA. .. . . . Rescind Navy Base ActionI I Valuables TTVTTfTTTTVTVTTTTYYYTl Trinity Episcopal' Church j.i Incorporators At Annual Meet :

i .?? Anti-Rabies Clinic | Silver Tea given by the Community I
Right Reverend Hamilton (.
''n -To Be Held March 30 Church Woman's It learned :!
'j organization was West. Bishop of the Dioceseof Dr. Harry Philpott vice will call the session to order
J IFroni H. F. Cameron R. S., Thursday afternoon that a petition is being j Articles valued by the and interest duringthe ;
own- Florida, will hold its annual president. of the University of at 9 a.m.
t "flrt chief. sanitarian of the Clay March 14, in the educational lated in Keystone Heights ; 4'4kI y er at around $2,000 were stol- visitation at the Trinity Florida will be guest speakerat morning will center in t!

!i t County Health Department, i building.The : ing Chairman Don | en from the home of Mr. and Episcopal Church Sunday the 25th annual meetingof the election of three board : I

"" .we Have. news that the Anti- stage was centered with to call a special meeting : :Mrs. William F. McDaniell on March 24 at 4 pjnfor con- Clay Electric Co-operative members, two of whom are ; :
I Rabies Clinic will be held in a beautiful golden harp against rescind an action taken by ; ': Road 21, just south of ;
I ... j firmation. Following confirm- at Keystone Heights Thurs- unopposed.T.
Keystone Heights on Saturday a background of gladioli council at its last meeting. I'
I j I stone Heights, sometime Fri ation services an informal reception day. March 28. L. Drake of Florahome, !
i March 30. from 9 a. m. spirea, and azaleas. arranged The petition. states: j, day. The theft was reportedby for the Bishop and ., A highlight of the day's the incumbent in District 2, is
till 12 noon: The innoculations in a white fan-shaped "We, the undersigned j I Mrs. McDaniell to Watkins
Clay class will be held in the Rec- events will be a memorial ser- ; opposed by Wayne G.
I will be given at the City Re- ,, vase. Large brass jardinieres, dents of Keystone j County Deputy Tommy Dasher. tory. I I vice in the aftenroon for deceased -1!' of Putnam Hall. Mr. Watkins
f mn creation Park. i filled with'magnolla boughs Florida petition the j I''
The is one of the original coopera-
Women of the Trinity members of the original I
:. ujjEveryone with pets- dogs, also stood in the background Council to concentrate its I' :I The Clay County sheriff's' Episcopal Church will sponsor cooperators of Clay Electric -'!; tors of Clay Electric.
of course, and cats too on the stage. forts on the improvement -- -. -- ------ office said that incumbent
entrance to Claude Brandon,
I a rummage sale at the Parish' which was incorporated |
t tshould take advantage of this The tea table was spread I Keystone Heights and to Mary Stuart Davies the home was gained by rip- House on March 22 from 8:30 in 1937. j in District 4, and D. H. Dukes.

_-. opportunity to have their pets with a floor length organdy : becoming: entangled in ping the screen and breakingthe ajn. till 4:30: p.m. 'I District 6 incumbent are un-

> protected. There will be a and lace tablecloth over pink !iI politics of other cities I Is EngagedTo j glass on a door. It is believed Baptist Church I The surviving cooperators ::: opposed.

I nominal charge. I i and held a centerpiece of mixed out the knowledge of the are'I: i, Bruce PrevattMr. 1 that the theft took place The Eliam Baptist Churchis will also be seated. on the rostrum -!,' Nominations may be made
E. R. Corbett. the City : pIe of Keystone Heights. and will be recognized Ii
spring flowers, flanked byj I i between 8 a.mand 5 p.m. Friday sponsoring Youth Week I from the floor however.
Clerk of Keystone Heights "We request that the : II I[ during the ceremony, as will
silver candelabra i while the McDaniells'were
1 holding pink Voting machines will be used -
i : and MrsBenjamin P. March 17-24. The young p G. E. Wiggins.. operateda
reminds that each I ell meet in special session !
everyone tapers. j jI at work. for the first time this year
Jr. the activities !
I Davies of Barnwell, S. C., pie are taking over i, small )power plant at Key-
dog must. have city license Tuesday March 26, 1963 I I
--" I Upon arrival, guests were ,Ij' announce the engagement of : Articles reported missing of the church. Jinsmy: ,, stone Heights, which the cooperative to conduct the elections. The
-- which will cost the owner $1. 1 shown to their individual tab- : 7:30: p.m. and after their daughter, Mary Stuart I were a watch, four rings a. Williams is serving as pastor.1 absorbed at the time,': machines will be rented from
City Clerk's Hounj from the people of
j' les by a Senior of Junior i iI ] to Bruce Chapman Prevatt, gold cigarette case, a .22 revolver -: A breakfast was held Sunday of its establishment.H. "I Clay County-
Mr Corbett wishes the public -' Heights, either rescind or :,
Youth. I of Mr. canned goods and ai I at the Mr. I luncheonwill
j I J son and Mrs. Myron C. j morning home o H. Surrency. president' A fried chicken
to know that his office adopt the Mayor's )j
*"* Mrs. Azzle Williams and Prevatt of Keystone Heights. : radio. | and Mrs. Omar Huff lot the of the Clay Electric board, be served to all membersand
'Tiours, starting March 18 are concerning the operation I Ii i j ,
Mrs. McDaniell! 1 is !
.. I, Mrs. Bert Christoffers Sr., as i Miss Davies graduated from 1 employed [Continued on Next Page] visitors at noon. and entertainment -
"... Monday and and the deactivated Green : i,
Tuesday i ] in the office of Dr. P. K. ParSons
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hostesses poured tea from < I Stuart Hall, Staunton, Va., I / will be furnished
Friday and Saturday from 9 : Base by the City of I Keystone Heights den- some good ones, and a good tion of trust with individualswho
silver services placed at each and is now a senior at Emory i from 10 to 1 p. m. by The
-a.m. till 12 noon. This will Cove Springs."We | I tist, while her husband works'in many of these we still have. will represent us with all
end of the tea table. University. Atlanta, Ga., where Rangers, well-known gospel
"be I every week from here on. I | feel that any such i Gainesville.ner Others we have lost to their of the dignity ,:and .straight-
1! The individual tables were I Ii she is a member of Kappa I singers from Charlotte. N. C.
.(wJTo excuse for not having that i olution should be based ;< I Ii heavenly reward, and still forwardness that we deserve.
i 1 spread with white covers and : Gamma sorority. She attendedthe Another highlight of the afternoon
dog license! the wishes of the majority i t i
others we have lost to the These writers urge that you
Carillon Ball in cOlumbia
| were centered with small ? It is will be dedication -
i I : one thing to entertain program
Tax Notice the town's citizens.
efforts etc. In addition' come out in force and vote
S. C. in 1961 the war
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representative the
spring bouquets. The nutbas- ceremonies for engineering -
And, again. Mrs. Sarah Mc- : If sufficient signatures I from Barnwell County. people with your own '' to these, we have had others your convictions at the an-,t
kets fashioned to resemble newest
money for the sake of building
Donald reminds Keyst.onersthat trying that did not feel had the nual meeting of the Co-op.
pink roses, were the handiwork Course :Mr. Prevatt is a graduate j to build we unit at Clay Electric head.
all City Taxes are delin- i A. F. Crosbys ( Instructor from Emory-at-Oxford, Oxford I political connecti!MIS, best interests of the Co-op at'' Put a man back on the board
of Mrs. R. N. Sunder- I but
__ .-fluent after March 31. A 5 ,' Celebrate 50th ;For Self-Help Ga., and will graduate ;' are spending quite different when that you'belongs 'I heart and these we have re- !' who proved that he was in- ''; quarters.secretary of State Tom
1 money ;
per cent delinquent fee will land.The from Emory University in At- 'I' j placed. This is the very heart'I' terested in the organizing and
chairman to a big of Adams and State TreasurerJ.
,be charged after that date. I program Wedding Date | To Be Offered I II lanta in June with a degreein holders. group j I and soul of a democracy or operating of a Co-op that
Mrs. Frank Ilgen, introduced Edwin Larson expectedto
Annual Silver Tea of would benefit all of its mem-,
I I I psychology. He plans to do a democratic type organi- ,
Of Community Church the guest artist, Miss Sarah ] Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Crosby ; Ray Chance. Clay County t I graduate work at the Univer-: In a letter that was pub- zation. If by lack of under- bers and would not 'back down be among the state offic
I Perry of the Jacksonville of Lake Geneva celebrated i of Defense I lished by interested parties in'' ials present for the occasion
Li ,Lovely Event director Civil an- sity of Florida. standing or disinterest, we al- 1:, from any pressure group. Vote II i
; Symphony Orchestra, who! intends I the heat of the 1962 campaign 1 I which usually attracts betweentwo ;
their Golden Wedding anni- that his office
A highlight of the spring nounces A July wedding is planned. low a selfish, inconsiderate for and elect Wayne G. Wat-t
.season was the ninth annual ,I played classical and semi-j, versary Wednesday in New' to organize an instructor : I Co-op owners were led to believe I J j I egotist with personal reasons kins to the Board of Trustees and three thousand peo .

-f.IV.., I classical numbers on the harp I York City where they were,! ,, course for medical self-help i: rTTYTTYVVTIGRANDIN YTTT that rates simply could : to get elected to a position of on March 28. For the first ple.There

I CARD OF THANKS and the piano. I spending a week at the Wal- i training under auspices of not be reduced, and this was I trust, it is our right and our time in the history of the Co- will be 4-H Club j

I I The Youth waitresses were i! dorf Astoria. I state and county public health used to sway the thinking of duty to turn out in force and 1'Op, voting machines will be'demonstrations from Brad-

'V To all friends and relatives ;i Misses Jo Wildt Carroll Ba- i The Crosbys were married I departments.The I the uninformed owner in such i! relieve this man of his posi- :I used and everyone will get to'ford. Alachua, and Putnam

of my wife, Aleen who, dur- !' ker, Kathy Williams Carol'' on March 20, 1913 in St. course, to be offered in a manner as to imply that the: tion by replacing him with vote as he pleases.Advertisement Counties.

--I 'ing her illness and passing, | Gardner, Marcia Hoberstroh,II IIi Mathew's Methodist( Church I f the near future, will consist of By Charleycne Brantley 'people that 'were encouraging :, another and another. and an- [ paid for by The awarding of prizes will

were so'kind. I wish to express -j i and Lorraine Dey. Jacksonville with Rev. G. 11 lessons of eight two-hour :, VV'WVY'vVV 'yy.'wvvvvwv i this move simply did not i I other until we fill every posi- friends of Clay Electric]. conclude the day's activities.

.,.. my heartfelt appreciation. I J :Mrs. Charles Wallenius expressed -;, Roberts officiating.Mrs. S'I' sessions. Complete training:' know what they were talking I: --- -- .".- 1 -- -

.- Frank Logue. I appreciation to the;' Crosby, the former j kits for instructors will be'I i H. B. Sikes Jr. of Griffin. :, about. Somehow, though,

I I Miss Marie Long, was born at i i available upon successful completion :: Ga. was a weekend guest of : someone found a day to reduce

Fort Mason, Fla. of the course. j! his parents Mr. and :Mrs. H. !'| the rates just in time for the KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. MftROSEBUSINESS
Mr. Crosby. a native of Ap- Topics of the 11 lessons I B. Sikes. He attended a meet- j I next annual meeting. The let- j

"S pling County, Ga., went to : scheduled will be: radioactive ing of the J. C. Penney Co. in ter was further misleading be-I

I rt'g "IT'S Jacksonville in 1909 with the:' fall-out and shelter informa- Jacksonville on Monday and cause. if all rates were compared DIRECTORY 1I

i- Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. tion; healthful living in em- : Tuesday and will return to ; the Co-op was the only :

NATIONALSAFETY In 1913 he moved to Kissim- ergencies; artificial respiration ': Griffin on Wednesday. I non-profit organization in the I

... $ mee, where he and Mrs. Cros- :, ; bleeding and bandaging; Theodore R. [Dare Gornto j bunch. All of the rest were j!I I ---- -

"U I PIN by lived until .his retirement fractures and splinting; trans- '! has been a patient in Putnam I profit-making power companies :,, APPLIANCES j INSURANCE '

in 1953. They then moved to''! portation of injured; burns; Memorial,Hospital and is now ,i or municipalities. RESTAURANTS

t- .1-I I WEEK! their present home on Lake! shock;, nursing care of the recuperating nicely at home. 1 I In going into this letter further I I I Murrhee Insurance I' THE \
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I.- ,,. 1 Geneva. I sick and injured; infant and Weekend guests at the home'of we find also the item i: I

'. I r The Crosbys have three I child care; emergency child Mrs. Ethel Brockman were ;i about purchasing to be mis-:(i:: J, R. lIlIES Proprietor AgencyGeneral i Keystone Heights
I _ children. Sara, now Mrs. Joe i Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brock- ''' I
I orTHANKS birth. leading. As a matter of fact, Authorized Motorola Philcol) InsuranceFire Restaurant

I D. Yates of Vero Beach; John, The use of medical self- i man and family. Lake City; 1 ask a certain heavy equip- ,, Sales and Service i Casualty Bond

county engineer for Duval ,: help techniques assumes thata Mr. and Mrs. Underwood ment contractor of BradlordI,, Service On All MrkesTI' I II Allied Lilies : Under New ManagementSpecializing
I FORLISTENING County. in Jacksonville; and ;> Cochrane of Orlando; and' 'I I
doctor or nurse might not ;i County what he was when KAJIO STEREO :j Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4285 In
Harold, Dean of University be available for relatively i j Odis Brockman of Tallahas- :, trying to bid on some bull- ''I Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals:.1,

: :.iT; Relations and Development long period of time. Some per- Continued on Page 61 | dozing of right-of-way prior Keystone Heights, 473-4651 JEWELER Blue Plateuilli

r.e TO MYTROUBLES for the University of Florida ] sons taking this course may to the time that this letter I i i rrf.'ah"gt'tabl..s

i:9r in Gainesville. They have have had Red Cross first aid I was sent out. ;J i Ol'KN;
1J !" I Interesting Facts [ AUTO SERVICE I Keystone Jewelers
seven grandchildren. training, and will notice some If the members of the Co-I i G A. M.-10 P. .M. 'loJl.-Thun..

II I I differences in treatment. First Noted In Clay op are interested in the Co-oP. Terrell's and Gift Shop OPEN" 6 A. M. til :MidnltcI'ri.
: I'
following members of the aid is based the and if in'
; on possibility they are interested .
Sat., Sun.
..: His financial troubles really weren't committee for the success of:i of professional care being Electric Coop'sAnnual I protecting their rights as own- i j Gulf Service A Nice Selection Of j At the
this event: Mrs. R. N. Sund- : soon available. Medical self- Report : ers of the Co-op then it is Wedding Gifts utoplite Keystone

troubles at all. After a little friendly erland, general chairman; help instructs the individual I I time that they took an inter- New & Used Tires Sterling I

% Mrs. David Nelson, arrangements in what to do when profes- |: It is interesting to note that: est in the inner workings of:,] From $3.00 Up All Sizes I
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discussion with us, we arranged a per- advisor; Mrs. Barry Wy- I sional care is not available for the annual report for the year :: the Co-op and demand of Lubrication Batteries %eces. Lake Brooklyn
man reservations; Mrs. Wal- an extended period of time i 1962 shows that Clay Electric 1: their elected representatives OPEN 7 A. M. 7:30: P. M.Keystone Millie & \Vallie Muhlhofer
sonal loan. This enabled him to pay all ter Grolick, refreshments as- The skills learned therefore' Co-operative had a long term I I:, answers to any questions that ,, Hf'ights1731279 Expert Watch Repairs I

sisted by Mrs. Jesse Huckeit will be applied under emer- indebtedness to REA of $804- :: they propound as to the op- !jf i M i M Certified Watchmaker CHOPS

V his bills and consolidate so that he's Mrs. Marshall Gallup Mrs. gency conditions only. 305.00 in 1942 whereas the ', eration of their business. ,.AUTO STORE Keystone Heights 473-4177
Arthur Mannering and Mrs. "It is essential that those same debt in 1962 '' When the Co-op eliminatesall Seafoods Orders To Go
was $11-
making only one payment a month.KEYSTONE j I'I I taking the course understand 42255500. in 'other words I, wastes and wasteful practices -,, i MILLWORK OPEN

IS YOUR ESTATE I that many of the methods us- :, the Co-operative now owes when the Co-op begins Western Auto i

: : PROGRAM UP TO DATE?I ed in emergencies should not more than ten times as much ;i, to render adequate and de- Associate Store 7 Days 6 A. M. till MidniU

be used if competent medical to REA i pendable service at LOWEST i Keystone 1.4 Mi. N. of
money as it did Stoplite
ST&TE just i{ .
SANK ASK YOUR GULF LIFE Appliance -31ajor or Small
help is available, the director a few short isf(,POSSIBLE COST and gets '
MAN FOR TIllS FREE said. i years ago. This consistent with sound engin- ,I. Auto Accessories, Tires Millwork Shop I Keystone Height
I Any organization club eering, operations, and business CABINETS DOORS I
or I members of the Co-op ,
group desiring to provide because the chances of ever I practices, then they will Sporting ; Bicycles. i WINDOW FRAMES : REAL ESTATE
'.' ; begin to enjoy the benefits Hardware, Paints, GardenSupplies.
members to _.
serve as
a return, or dividend, I(
IS1: .
I are asked to send names so to speak. are based on the i I that are prescribed by the Na- ,f I
Ja< Iliway 21 Keystone Height I to the tional Rural Electrification' KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Material I
Clay County Civil Defense equity that the consumers on
office a t Keystone Act. But!!! so long as the Coop -I j Sub Made T0 Ordtr !C. J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR
-p in the Co-op. i
..I 1 I is allowed to be used for Electrical Contractors i
I, Heights. They will be notifiedof It is further noted that the : II I Keystone Heights 473-4288 !

VOTE FOR the starting time for the ,( pie chart showing "where your :({ building a political connection -I Jackson Electric Co.,I. !
i for the glorification of REAL ESTATB
:: Wayne G. Watkins first class. 1962 dollar went" is consi:;r-;' an individual or group of Individuals ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR;,NURSERY I
;in "These lessons will go a long ably different from the same at the expense of House Wiring Electric Range., II I MORTGAGES APPRAISAL
way preparing you. your chart in the 1961 annual re- '
I thousands of owners then this and Water Heater Repairs I I j
family, and your community port. It would be interesting Keystone Heights Tel. 473-1297
)i long will we suffer under the General Electric Repair Work I Clemens Nursery !
I against injury, disease, and to know in which category or
strain of unnecessarily high Call "Toby" For All Your' I
S suffering in the event that ; portion of the "chart" the Winifred H.CRAWFORD
: electric rates and the impOssibility Electrical ,Needs Citrus .' .
Trustee, District 2 disaster makes regular medical cost of operating Co-ope/a-> trees $% 10 to $t.93;:
of ever getting a return Keystone Heights Ph; 473-4975, ,
help unavailable," Director the motor vehicles on other (i I ; some in fruit Canned or Bare- .
of our elusive "cap- I
; Chance said."Information. ; than Co-operative business I ital credits."very FARM SUPPLIES i> root II I i Beg. Real EitaU Broker

Clay-Electric Cooperative Inc. available to;, trips was placed. It is a known i It is being implied by some i I i Azaleas! 3 for $I.0O to SLOO ea. Like Properties Acretf. .
this office indicates that the fact that there are elected and; .
: : Clay County public schools 'appointive county officials' individuals that this Cooperative's C. & L. Feed Co. Hiway 100 at Hillcrest Ranches: Business City i

and Clay County Health Department that are employed by the Co- rates are regulated I Homes !Rental I
| by the Florida Railroad &; C. M. BURKHALTER, JR. I i 3& Miles East! of
AT THE ANNUALMEMBERSHIP will cooperate in op while drawing salaries "We Take A Personal InUr 4t
I Public Utilities Commission. FEKD3 i
teaching school children of : horn both positions. This; Keystone Heights In Your Requirement
| If ANYONE tells you this, he FERTILIZERS I
r MEETING the county he declared. I would seem to be an unwarranted -|lis completely'' uninformed, or FAK3ICRS HARDWARE I SALE Midway: Keystone lItl1ttl .

j' expense to the owners[ I else he is telling a deliberateI EarletonTel. Camelias Azaleas Dog Ilelrwe

:: I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Frances Egan; Mrs.: C. H.}I Lmembers! of the Co-op as I i lie to try to mislead you. Melrose GR 5-3163 wood Box Wood I lUway 21-OpeqfR 81U1.4&1a-
Haberstroh, table arrangements j i, necessity would seem to require -i I lm ,
j Florida law which established n m mmm i Quality Nursery Stock
I j I S-2M1
L. THURSDAY MARCH 28 ; Mrs. William Reynolds that these officials' take: I the Public Utilities Commission -FLORIST
state decorations; Mrs. James! time off from official duties! very definitely exempts _J Latchstring Nursery

ONE OF THE ORGANIZERS AND A MEMBER Cook. tea table setting and[ of the Co-op to handle official i-[ all electric co-operative pro- Colonial Florist : Member F. N. G. A. j j3Itlroe .S. E. McKay, RealtorIt

decorations; M r s : Charles j matters for their county jects and municipally-owned HAS NEW OWNERSDot GR 5t 73 .
Hinck. guest table decorations:: I : electric plants, and if anyone Bagwell. Mgr. I 1! Lots Lake Lilly $3500.

::4 WAS CHARTERED IN 1937 Mrs. Charles Titus, guest would also be interestingto has any doubts about this FRESH FLOWERS i, CITRUS IX CONTAINERS i Terms 16 Lot Suntet Lake -
Ill book and assistants Mrs. know in which category fell I W775. Terms Jn'estmdt tract
; statement we invite them to JIEMBER P. T. D. i 1.50. To $ .oo
SERVED ON THE BOARD 1937 THRU 1944 [ the cost of the so-called Leg-
large !
Carl Stringer Mrs. Alma contact the Executive Secretary -' Flowers Wired World Wide I II Plenty of Blooming Camellias enough for set era lob -
Frost. Mrs. Floyd Koons Mrs. islative Parties as noted in the 1 of the Florida Railroad & Starke a i Phone 964-6291 |from 50c Rare Camellias
Francis Egan. publicity; and[! July 24, I960 and July 22, Public Utilities Commission in up. 'se for recreation while hold-

I will appreciate your vote and support in the March 28 election and to the many members who, 1982 issues of' The Florida 1 Tallahassee, Fla. : EdnaWillianu i'grafted $7.50 up. Plenty ot i big for Investment. K-Z TernH.

pledge my best efforts toward economical operation of our Co-operative, provided tables and settings. Times-Union. It is said that; NOW LET US SUMMAR.- Evergreens and Landscape :2 BU CB furnished cottage onBeautiful

U' and lower rates to our members. If at all posssible, I would like to see our Woman Divisions Area these "parties" were quite ex- IZE: ;, FLORIST-NURSSHY Plants Lake HutrhinMa -

Co-operative paying dividends to its members, as many other Cooperativesare Meeting To Be Held pensive and sometimes it makes -: When the Co-op was organized : FLOWERS I II Let us landscape your borne. ,,17,000. Tel 1l.Keystone .

doing. Be sure to attend the annual meeting on March 28 and vote Here March 29th us wonder if we were: { the members elected a ( Fet All Oecuiou i o. c. CARNES NURSERY!:'i

:: for Wayne G. Watkins, District 2. The Woman's Division Area L spending our own money J I group of trustees. In this quar-'JMelrosa!; Phone: OR 5-23311 Hiway JW, 23 mL! K. of .Stark.. !. Heights, Fla. 7.

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.. .BtADFOnD COUNTY TELEG R.\PB.- -. e>_r-W AI>--S irv .WMedjca1....0"'4#..or..,....

1 YYYVYYVYYYYyyyyyyryyl,1 the dish luncheon will be held in I cancelled stamps into the newsank. ,of the festivities. Tony is currently staying with Center at Gainesville,1Mrs. I Mrs. Pear Reifsneider
KEYSTONE Community } in
Church educational vile on
News From St. Anne's his.uncle and aunt in Bt. Cloud on business. in Indiana! Ohio and
building at 1 p.m. Blue and Gold Banquet The Episcopal Churchwom- Wooster ..ofWashington -Jacksonville! Friday. Mr. and :Mrs. Bob Smith
he is ,
said there
Pennsylvania. They
Tuesday, March 26. Mrs. John Of Cub Pack 305 attending sclfQOl, p. C, is visiting; Airs. Susan Edwards and and grandchildren
i en of St. of Jacksonville
HILITES Anne's met Thurs-
I I' and working for his uncle after her sister, Mrs. was plenty of snow and that
..- Karges, program chairman, Cub Scout Pack 305 held day, March 7, in the parish school. Mrs. Wheeler is Charles Whig-. enbach. felt
LALAAAAAAAAA&AAAW3A uill present the speaker who its annual Blue and Gold ; hall. Committee chairmen Mr. Brault's sister. ', in Bunnell with Mr. and 1.frs. Herring on Sunc! j. sure
_. 'will discuss clothing, materials : and Mrs good. They are looking forward -
Banquet in the educational were appointed to make plans Larry Thompson Ross Bass. Skc. J. C. Weeks of Key
I Preceeding Page] and the cleaning of same building of the Community : for a Strawberry Festival COMMUNITY; and children ,of St_ Au-- Mrs. Nell Ross is in the West spent the' weekend. with to their return to Tanganyika -

Meeting of the Florida Fellowship as the "American Home' Church on Feb. 22. Each of i, sometime in May. An auctioni KEYSTONE, HEIGHTS CHURCHI.. i I gustine visited Mrs. homps -, Bradford( County Hospital at his family in Grandin. the latter part of

of Community Churches : theme for April. Members are the three dens comprising the i i is also being planned for the n's brother-in-law and sister ., Staike.. 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCall April where they are Mis-

will be held in the Keystone |' reminded to provide a sovered pack decorated its own table!! I! same time. Anyone wishing to'i r Dr. A. C. licit'Minister.. I Mr.: and Mrs. Glynn' Roth- _Arthur Rennison. 69, died j and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sikes sionaries in literature :work.S .

Heights Community Church dish and their own table ser making the piece n. :?, and : donate articles for this auction Mrs. George A*Canova, or- j hammer. and family.i! Friday at the Veteran's Hospital -i! and family of Jacksonville -.

$4 on March 29. Arrangementsare vice.At I favors. The Lie ....1d gold j should get in touch with Mrs. I j: ganist'and director John Hud- Mrs. a T. Robinson, pent in Lake City.IIEmODIST I!| were,, weekend- guests, of Mr. GRAHAM BAPTISTS

being made for the men : the regular business color scheme was carried out, j Margo Martin. Approximately I j ji soa.: Youth Director. I r[ Tuesday, and Wednesday in ;, II! and Mrs. Homer Sikes.E. S PLAN REVIVALThe

to meet separately:, on the meeting on March 12 Mrs. H. I with banners explaining the i! 16 members enjoyed the delicious I i j 3unday School, 9:30: ajn. i, Jacksonville with. Dr. and, CHURCT J. Hutson and Eugene ;

same day.Frank \. L. Sutton chairman of the meaning of these colors. refreshments served by I Morning Worship, 11 a. m. {I Mrs. A., S. Rhoads, and ,Mr. ,;i MELROSE I i Brantley are serving on the Graham. Baptist Church

Ilgen of Keystone is nominating committee, pre I About 115 guests, including the hostess Mrs. Martha Ko-: 1:, Youth Groups- 7 p.m.MELROSE. i and ,Mrs. George A. Imhoff.. .1| : jurY! of the Putnam County will hold a Spring Revival

state president of the fellow ; sented the following slate of Cubs, their families, and their 1! datt. |i Mrs. RM.. Cason and : Ret. Kenneth W. Criftttlv E circuit court in Palatka this March 24-31, with services

ship, and Mrs. Ilgen is state i!1 officers for 1963-64: President friends enjoyed a ham supper. ;i Mrs. Nell King has been. daughter Mrs. George Thig-, Pastor I week. nightly at 7:30. Rev. B. W.

secretary of the organization Mrs. John Bird; 1st Vice Special guests were Dr. and named Nearly New Shop iI[ I
pen of East Palatka, spent Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Edward Sturdivant of Flora- Sweat of Jacksonville, who
i President Mrs. Herbert Nelson Mrs. A. C. Holt Rev. Bill Wor- I ;
which has a statewide three- :l with Mrs. Amy MeI I Tuesday in Jacksonvillei i Worship Ham.GRANDIN. : home and E. S. Brantley of
day conference each October. I i ; 2nd Vice President, Mrs. stall, Scoutmaster Barry Wy- I Elrath Mrs. Margo Martin, : ,: Grandin : senes as pastor" of the Boat-
moved their bee hlv-
The Woman's Division holds j Charles Wallenius; Recording man, and Council Representative -| and Mrs. Martha Kodatt asher Mrs. Eldridge Cann of High u _, __ ,,_ (,I drain Baptist Church will'
i i (From i i and |: es to Pamona Park to the Orange -
Preceeding Page) Springs brother and sis ,
I serve as evangelist. Song Service -
Secretary. Mrs. John Karges; C. J. O'Connor.The :i assistants. ;
area meetings each spring. Starting next i
I I ter-in-law Mr. and Dick! i Groves last Saturday
Mrs. David Nelson is past Treasurer, Mrs. Fremont Tol-. charter was presented: j, week, the shop will be open;'; young people. Mrs. \. ; each evening: at 7:30: ,
of i:
4 president: of the State Fellow les; Corresponding; Secretary, to Rev. Worstall, for the }I another day each week-Wed-j Lions Club. Wyman Fanningham Mass 'j night.j with special music. Worship
K I I visited Drr and Mrs. Cecil R. _ I j! Jimmy Rye and Loretta>
ship Woman's Division and : Mrs. Francis Egan. This slate sponsoring institution who, in I nesday. The schedule of open,' The Melrose Lions Club met ,. / Services start at 8' p-m.

will preside at both the mornIng : i i will be voted on at the April. turn, presented it to Cubmaster -t days will then be Tuesday,I I for the. second time Tuesday I!I Hook recently. :I' [From Proceeding Page j I j I I Luke Jacksonville were visiting Sunday.friends in A cordial invitation is extended -
meeting, when nominations Gilbert Parades. Registration Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jackson on
and afternoon sessions, | Wednesday, Friday, and Satj: j March 12, to make plans for to all who enjoy good
from the floor cards toj and children and Mrs. H see, ; R v. and, Mrs._ Clarence Kinzer -
also be were presented ,
sprvinj also as program chair- may I urday, from 9 a.m. till 5 p.m. i the re-organization of a Mel- u

L man. Mrs. A. C. Holt will assist made provided the candidates the following Den Mothers: The son of Eddie and Louise rose Lions Club. Another meeting Jackson visited Mrs. Mamie Weldon\ Brantley and'Eu. : and children have return. fellowship in the worship of

I has given consent. Minor. No. I, Mrs. Ilka Parades, and I Logsdon will be baptized at'1 i will be Monday nignt, April -- Cole. Miss Celia Goodson and: gene Brantley; were In GaInes- ed to Florida after visiting' the Lord. Everyone welcome.

Registration will take place i changes in the by-laws relating Mrs. Ruby Hersey; No.2,, the Sunday service which 15.Duplicate. -

from 9 till 10 a.m. in the to changes in dates and Mrs. Helen Warren, and Mrs. I starts at 9:30: a.m., this Sun- Bridge I L---- : T- : .

Community Church with Mrs. dues were unanimously accep- Dee Spence-Thomas; No.3. day, March 24. i! '

John Bird. Mrs.\ R. N. Sund- Mrs. Hilda Dey, and Mrs. I Litany and Meditation is';,' Winners of Meiross Dupli-
ted.Mr. cate Bridge Club for last AREA DIRECTORY
erland. and. Mrs. M. H I Matthews, owner of the Madeline Wyman. Den Chiefs !, scheduled each Wednesday at week include the L i. BUSINESS

Schroeder serving as the registration Bradford County Telegraph for these dens are: Marshall. j 7:30: p.m. throughout Lent. I Mrs. following: :
Gay Livingston
i and Mrs. .
committee. has offered to make his office Beam. Danny Minck, and Barry i j St. William's News | I : -
I Ray Starnes, first place; Mrs. J: i .
Devotionals will be conducted the Starke headquarters for Wyman Jr. j i The three officers and six Mary Cook and Miss Iva Hill-I '

by Mrs. Edward Forth of sale of tickets for the Old I Awards Chairman Bill Fewmade I j> members of the Altar Society' yer, second place; lIr WaJ-{ Auto Electric Service' AUTO TIRES FARM .& INDUSTRIAL Motorcycles-Scooters

Time Vaudeville Show on the following awards: i iDenncrs' II' ; ._ _
the Community Church. Dis- were present at the Deanery: ter J. Grolick and Miss Sally ) -1
March 30 at the BHS audi. ,,
cussion groups during the Stripes to Billy Mul- J' Meeting of the NCCW ini i Mansfield, third place, Mrs., -- -- - i Central Tractor Co.

morning will be led by Mrs. torium in Starke. The bold I lis Dana Wyman Billy O'Con- i i Jacksonville on March 13. The Hubbard and MrsJohn ; FOR THE BEST J IN FCRD TRACTORS Streit's Bicycle Shop

Charles Walleniug, presidents J:' type inserts in the personalitems L nor, Robert Wyman, and William -i i i ladies first attended Mass at; ; Strawn fouth place. I Ii Cushman' 4Vspa Scooters

of the host church; Mrs. R. t of this column are also Day. Assistant Denners'1 1! St. Paul's in Riverside, and H,i Boy Scout Troop 109 I Automotive Electric I: Cant-RECAPPING Truck -. Tractors Ford Farming Implements Industrial Ducati BS.Aundapp'

Elder Crosbv of Daytona a gift from The Telegraph to: I Stripes: Rickv Parades. John-i i iI i! then went to the Garden Center -j \ .' ,., Agricultural Motorcycle.1Sales: & '..ServiceSCHWINN
i i the Woman's Club.Mrs. !i Melrose Boy Scout Troop 100%., Grade". C }1<1_ Rubber (Complete Service & Parts Dept S
Beach Church: anj Mrs. Albert Warren Robert Wyman:, for their meeting and Service BICYCLES
I ny i i i 109 attended the Alachua Dig-1\ Factory Trained RecapperEnil Good Used Equipment
C. Holt, wife of the pas- ;,j Leo LeBlanc ticket and William Dey. Wolfe Bad breakfast and luncheon. Fai !,1 Locksmith &" Safe Work
: trict Spring Camporee at Aus- ;, 4488 N. W...6th. Gainesville!
tor of the local church. :, chairman; Mrs. George Ii ge: Paul Martin, Jerry Tur-i i ther Connie Dougerty joined :j tin j I.I.I 41.Repairs 66 ,to University Ave.
i I j jMarch
: Schaeffer, reporter; and Mrs. Cary Memorial Forest, O\a Specialty : Tire & PHONE S7&44SO I
Warren j the ladies for luncheon. : ,
Samuel Bumpus, past presi- ner. Gold Arrow: Ricky :, Gainesville 376-7761
i 1 I 15-16. Twelve Scouts I L -I'I t!
I Francis Egan, publicity chairman j Starters Generators Ignition i
dent of the State Fellowship,, I Mike Funderburke, Wil- I Stations of the Cross are;
j Recapping
have "rebuilt" two theatrical participated in the Caraporee, : : I
will lead the men's discussion ,I liam Dey, Billy O'Connor, and'!I said each Monday during Lent; Regulators, Solenoids. ,
styl: posters loaned -:y : including, David .Burk \a1ter,i
at 7:45 Benediction will
in the educational : Robert have earned p.m. 'Central MUSIC SUPPLIES
groups i Mrs. JoDau-er to: the com. Wyman :: follow :: Senior Patrol Leader; Lloyd I': ; ,AraniaturesWater 1027 Main. Florida Tile'/
building. Mrs. Robert Hendrywill Bear and will receive service. i
their Badge
mittee. They will be displaced L I Personal Items i Baldwin, Panther Patrol Leader { & Fuel Pumps_ : daiiieiip 372:2197 : & Marble Co.
be in charge of music. it at the next pack meet -I
I I: -
Belote's office. Tickets will L I ; and Scouts Mike Wallace, J -
in j i. --
From Gainesville comes the I]Exchange Service on Starters i CARPETS !
Luncheon will be served at ing. ; j I BY Gridley Music
be available in Keystone at; Randy Burkhalter, Bobby '
12:15: at $1 per plate with Workers in Pack 305 are: I! news that Mike and Eileen I: and., .Generators.. Automatic Transmissions L e's, Monarch Loomweave. I
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Mrs. J. A. Williams in chargeof the LaRue Insurance office Burdges have a new daughter Wallace; Johnny Regan, Eagle! Wholesale Retail I, I' Downs ; Co. Inc.
and Muhlhofer's Gift Shop. Cub master, Gilbert Parades; _u -
j born on Sunday. March 10. Patrol Leader; and Scouts Roy I ,
arrangements.Mrs. Room Size-Wall to Wall
Assistant, Bill Warren; Awards -
L. M. Newman, president Ticket salesmen will also be Chairman, Bill Few:1:)J This is their third child and Jordon, Gary Buchanan, Eddie I i ONE DAY SERVICE ; Installation i i CENTRAL FLORIDA'S
on hand at the Cley Electric: their second daughter. Mike : Rothhammer, Guy Catchpole 'I'628 S. Main Gainer*!
of the State Woman'sChristian Armstrong and Kentile
Fellowship will Introduce annual meeting on March 28. i Secretary-treasurer, Richard,| was the Indian Coach at KHS Bobby Downs and: Walter PHONE 372-6990 j! ALL .IAKES-REP.Am 1!| Floor Coverings : Complete Music Store
The Coke stand at the Murrhee; Council Representa- j ( Wilson. won'' ,- i t Pianos by Baldwin, Storey t:
the speakers, including co-op I last year. and is continuing'I j i Both Patrols I AND EXCHANGE C
Miss Kate Wilcox, founder meeting will also be sponsored tive, C. J. O'Connor. The committee his studies:! at the University ;I first place and blue ribbons in j, '- tS.4 'i ,1 f **M .W:i 1. S TILES I' Clark Henry L Miller-

by the Woman's Club. meets once a month i j of Florida now. I I their participation. Weekly" 1 '' "I-1 H'' t" .''I I i Gator Automatic MULBLES Flsehek
of Lady Dook College in with the Den Mothers, 154Q Waldo.,Rd. G.'viUe: 87664OFWNITtJRE
Old Stamp BankIs and Organs by Baldwin 4 fontf
Madurai, India, a missionary activities for the pack. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. O'Brien' Boy Scout meetings will' beheld AUTO... -. BRAKES- I IY j i I
"'.1 Replaced: I plan each Thursday at 7 p.m. j I Transmission ServiceINC >:i, : Gibson & Oretdi Guitar-*
girls' school. entertained a party of friends! I S
Den 3 Cub Scouts q --- .
Last week we told of the in the parish house. Amplifiers!
Mrs. Dodd of Day who honored Mr. and Mrs. : -
Donald . .
Stamp Bank at the post of Have Valentine Dance School NewsStudents : 1004 M. Main
:J]Hull's Brake I Home Beautiful l
tona Beach, chairman of public : Chas. Donahoe on their 50th Supply' Gainesville
fice. Den 3 of the Cub Scouts : Center
Since that time Cmdr. Shopping
relations 'of the United Wedding Anniversary on } who made the i :i4 $E= i4 Place (next to P.p.; )I Furniture Co. I
Ray Chance and Jack Haber- held a Valentine Dance at the I [{
Churchwomen of Florida, will March 12. A dinner party was Honor Roll for the fourth six- i I SPECLMISTS" j;fcainesville PHONE 372-0372,
stroh have taken the Episcopal Parish House 'J' COMPLETEDECQRATING
pity on j week include 5- "; "
the fol-
discuss "The Church Ecumenical I held at the Green Turtle Restaurant -I | t !
-It's Mission." battered box at the post office I which was beautifully decorated -I in Jacksonville. Out-I lowing: Straight A's, David For Every Car or Truck I .II i, SERVICE I New and UsedPIANQS

ani have replaced it : for the occasion. Gaboardi and Lloyd Baldwin,. Turning Grinding Relinlagj! Carpet-Vast SeledionDraperlt .
Mrs. William Walz, missionary of-town guests were Mr. and AUTO UPHOLSTERY ''
with a metal bank which Enjoying the party were : 7th 9th JL314 ] Nationally Known GUITARSDRUM.SI1F.r
grade Jean \
chairman of the host Mrs. Moore Sumner and ; While You? Wait .
should be much more service Jerry Turner. Valarie Turner, : daughter of Euclid, Ohio Mr. grade; and Carol Brands ;, MUSIC

church, will serve as secretary.Men's able.Mrs. Ricky Murrhee, Karen Williams -I and Mrs. Roland Larkman of mer, 12th grade; Rothharn1 A's and J] S. Main Gainesville!':;L. ; Guaranteed Price ,and Budg! TetmlLillian's
Club Dinner
The Community ChurchMen's : David Nelson, who is in Paul Martin, Marilyn Ii East Lake Ohio and Mr. and B's, Marlene Odom, Cecelia 372-1497 I I'' & S. Auto Trim L I; Guaranteed Satisfaction : :Miisifc Store
charge 0 f collecting the Davis, Johnny Warren Deb- Mrs. James Cook of Keystone Sparkman, and, Lettie Wise !i {Convenient Term! ,
Club dinner will be held i Complete. Auto Upholstery '.
stamps reminds us that if you bie Dey, Ricky Warren Susan I Heights. Mr. Cook has built 7th grader Bill Ormsby, Robert ;(. I IAUTO 1 FREE PARKING. : "Gain vjSe lA der"

at 6:30: p. m. Monday, March will leave about a one-inch Baker, Jack Funderburke I the Donahoes a house on Cypress -, McGuire, Bill Harris, Diana Tailor Made Seat Covers ;: 1703 N.. Main Gainesville;I "- Since '1935" '
25. Hostesses will be membersof SALES & SERVJCElLINCOLN I .. Convertible Tops:
margins on the left side and II *jii2 a. | P'It' GaIoe1Ue"V
Brok- '
Kendall Turner, Mickey St., and has nearly completed Minton, Ken Guthrie, and :
the Nightengale Circle at the bottom of I I 60S N. W. 8th. ",\'enue GARDEN SUPPLIES !,,
the stamp Gail Christoffers, Mike home Walter Sturdivant 8th grade -, .
with Mrs. Leon Wagner as as, the O'Brien across ; I Gainesville\ 3728661BEAUTY --- -- .
when you cut it off the envelope Funderburke, and Susie Be- j the street. Although Mr. Cook Sara Baldwin, Pamela Maston, ,: : I __ __ ''
chairman. / ,I'I'DOMKT ,- L-" Johnson & Faris Inc ..
it will be MERCURY. : MOVER
a lot easier to lote- Cindy Scales and Bar-I suffered a hip fracture about Kenneth Tomlinson, Steve J. ,'- :

The Executive Board of the un-glue with something to1! bara Moody were visitors. two weeks ago. he is still supervising Morris, and Hilda Wise, 9th ;I|< ; FIAT METCOB,J SCHOOL ; 'mplete Line of j I I II ,
Community Women I hang onto.Receipts. Jos- the completion of grade! Martha Scott 10th SESPLMjTS.FERTILIZERS !
Mrs. ; ,
will meet Chaperones were 1 I '
Monday March 25, 'C '
from I' i
at 9:30: a.m. in the educational the stamps eph Dey and'Mrs. Whit Wy- I j the homes. Congratulations go grade; Donna Marsh, 11th Authorized ales-Service--. ]Learn Complete Beauty Culture:S Insecticides Gainesville
have I
building. enabled the Clay Coun- man Jr., Den Mothers, and i to both Mr. and Mrs. Donahoeas grade; and Virginia Ford, ; Girls Women Hen -Pet Supplies
ty Hospital Auxiliary to purchase -I : Donald Williams Margaret raw "We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders"'!,
Woman's Mrs. Paul Martin Lorraine ; well as greetings to them, j Tuition, Budgeted -
Club To Have I
Covered Dish needed items of hospital Dey. and David Schaeffer. I :and to Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien Slade, Ellen Scott, and Bon Trained Mechanics-.Good I IUbed FREE PLACEMENT I 224 N. W. 8th Ave. I

Plans To Sponsor Luncheon Show; equipment, and the current Refreshments were served I :as they take up residence here nie Nazworth, 12th grade. I Cars Special B shUp CoursesCentral PHONE 3729176Gainesville ( i I AND
The project is a new delivery room I and Bill Warren took movies :and join Keystoners in our PersonalsGen. I i'l Fla. !i
Woman's Club *: MOVIN'GStorage
covered table. So .
keep .
dropping those I
life. l Hairstyline
--- I community and Mrs. R- P. halls Barklev Mnrnra. t ,
-- --- ---- SUPPLIES And CraUlwGainesville
---- --- 1 --w -- :
: Mrs. John Karges was called : visited their son-in-law and i -

REfRESHMErnS to Kansas City recently by daughter, Rev. and Mrs.DaVid i i|i 615 N. Main, Gainesvillei College Mops- & Mopping-Equipment'!' Phone 376-224

Lbtv,b>- 4\ the death of her sister. Expressions -1 Pritchard and children in Am- j it i 218 S. E. 1st, Gainesville Brooms Brushes '![ i _

of sympathy have I CTJCUS, Ga. last week. 't -1 1 1' 'S76410"PUILD Washes Cleaners

And A been extended by her many I I i Frank C. Mclntire of Per- )i.> Rest Room Supplies j Security Transfer.

friends. ham Maine. father of Congressman & G Motors Co. NG' MATERIALS TIlE I
I I. ; --
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Rjdaught !-, Clifford Mclntire of / & Storage, Inc.
-- ;Don I
ETETAWJE1s. and three daughters i Maine, visited friends hi Mel MacClellan Co.I .

spent last weekend at the rose. He was accompanied by C.\PIL LQ8c OBILI Ri !gway RQQfI j I Janitorial: & MaintenanceSupplle iI | AGENTS FOR

home of Hubert's brother and his cousin, John Harris of 0- F-85--.UILLMAN i i FOGARTY BROS.TRANSFER .

sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. cala. I Truss 7Co. 1315 N. W. 4th. Place,

Open House All Day Harold Ridaught, and family. !' Mrs. Fillingim and daughter ) -I Sales and Service S Gainesville 372-2723 I Inc.

Hubert was. a former teacher i Cindy, Dinvel Weeks and j jI 2ool W 13th. Rt- 441 : "M'T'" &- LADIES WEARChe.rr'y's Loral & Long Distance '1o'ngCratInStorngePaek1dg:

at KHS, and now teaches at i I Agnes Weeks of Fort Walton !I :. u, Prefabricated, Components | I

Hollywood, Fla., where he and Beach visited Mr. and Mrs. PHONE S76-7315 | ,Size Ii
Saturday and : f Any Free Estimates;I S Phone 376-2666 .
Sunday March
23-24 his family live. He attendedthe V. Y. Crawley and Mr. and i ; 1132 SqV: Main Gainesville 1040 So. Main Gainesville

FEA Convention in Jack- [; Mrs.] F. E. Wilson recently. ,. 3! Tel. 372-3961-Collect Call ;.Gainesville'! Moat FashionaWtj i -

sonville last week. Mrs. C. L. Bass spent last Address For Ladies : .

GOOD, COUNTRY MUSIC We knew Frances Heaves week in Boca Raton. Crane Motor Co. l SSES-SUITS-COATS i OFFICE EQUIPMENT

had broken her because *
arm i
we mis:*"d her in the bank, and daughter, Melanie spent LARK ANGUA- j i i I 1 I

'(LIVE) FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT But and that's we had what no we idea were it told.was Mr.the weekend and Mrs.with George her parents Alderman -,!J,1. .ENGLISH FORD ,.i LINTELS' WINDOW SILLS'i.,105 ),V. yniverslty, .,, Gainesville, :!I .Parker1.

such a bad break until we MERCEDES BENZ 'OL'OAuthOrized 1 STEPPING STONES ':
: in St. Augustine. I II j j MATERNITY GaIDf nllJe'lt Most Compjct' Office .
talked to her in the grocery "li It's Cement We Cast It"!| WEAR'S,
Mr. and Mrs. William Ferguson -, Sales & Servicei Equipment & Machlfte
store last Saturday. She had I i : I
and children of Jack- j i. Cement Store. I

You are cordially invited to our Model Home Showing Sat just come home from the sonville spent Saturday with "Complete Sen-fee for All .'I ,; I, Complete Office Planning
:Medical Center in Gainesville. Precasl Products Shop
urday; and Sunday, March\ 23rd and 24th. Your friendly her mother, Mrs. Effie Mae Makes" j|f { ; f Underwood Products
where she had some serious I I'.JOSS: 2f.JE.SWi: .. ; 111eiL'HOXK j I Spedal Occasion Dresses To
neighbors from Azalea Construction Co. : Barnett. ,:\v ,Gatae % 601 W. University Ave,
of Palatka, this surgery on the arm. It was :, 50 E. University Ave. E try Dy gportwea/ 'j .
Ethel Gress of Columbus 372-095 Galneftvirje
area's oldest and largest builders of fine residences, will broken i in about three places, Mrs. j Formal*-Long Dressed, Slim .t72t553I
be hosts Ohio, is spending a va- PHONE 572-4S48 -'> 4J "" __ 10 .. '. ,
: your to welcome you and answer any questions and compound fractures at her sons Mr.; < :. i jFla. oJ... 'i' .1- .II Shorts ;MafclOfrff Tbpp: ,I',-.r- .1
you care to ask. :'r'tionith i Ga4uevUl! .
that! Frances. won't be going and CONCRETE BABY GIFTS
: ,.
sud Mrs. Dick Logsdon I PRODUCTS. 'S ,
.. Watch for the Model Home signs midway between Starke roller-skating again for some children and Mr. and Mrs. : f .lU &1.. Main GftJItei11lle I; .

and the State Farm on Highway 16 and follow the crowds time. We hope the worst is1; : f .j 1 ..
Bill Logsdon. | INSIST It
rom < MEN'S
to for her.Attending. 1 STORE
first over .
our showing in
.: & ,- your area. the St. Augustine -' Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal of DODGE-DART I PRODUCTS j ; : The; J-icizf)1 1 CQ.I .

Deanery Meeting of the Lawtey spent Saturday aadi.i DODGE 'TR.UCKS I ARE 'THE BEST FROM' i H.h M. Chitty & Co.I .
of Jacksonville spent r' I S ROOFINQ -
Nell Dyal
NCCW m Jacksonville last Sunday with. Mr. and Mrs- Sa.le&Parts&rvtceE'SED p l; %rards &Building- 1 i SINCE 1902 S SHEET METAL!
r week were Mrs. Lena .
a CARS : *
CONSTRUCTION Jack Miller and family. ;t. Curlee Suits AIR
Bee Geraldine CONDITICprOTGi
ens, Cooper,
ltlz 'Supply
I'I'e. ; *
i Tommy Storer son of Mr. mc.T6 Arrow Norris Casual Shirts'
Simeral Irene Brault, Mary ,
II g K. Schaeffer, Frances Murelli, and Mrs. Morris B. Storer' Poole-Uable! Motors! "S. ilain ft ratfrruear j!i No Job Too Larg 'or Tci Small
r -372-4844
202 S.
V COMPANYSALES Mildred Sutton Betty Godley, recently was elected to the j] Gainesville. Fla. Stacy Adams!. NunnBujjch S E. 4th St. jalnemue
and Margaret LcBlanc, all representing Administrative Board of- Radio -!'U9 S, E. IssL Ave. ainesvifle: I Sfeof! *. PUOXE S7t-H9(.

f Station WHRB at Hr- PHQNE S724S43h 'f Stet8l't1" Mallory Rats i,
St. William's parish. ,. 1
t 4. t i EMECTRIC. .. MOTORSElechic :1 S.E. First St. .c
OFFICE: 250S CRILL AVE PALATKA yard University. > Gainesville:,
FLA. Father Dougherty the pastor, t'.I'' '. --. ); I. PHOTO SHOP
was also on hand. A special Mr. and Mrs. Seeber B AUTO SALVAGEPaul' _. I MONUMENTS f

TELEPHONE: EAST 5-2030 honor was given St. William's'parish nen of Lake City visited their -- )- I; -

when Mrs. Cooper, one' son-in-law and daug ter. Mr.| .- I l Motor <<
AFTER 6:00 P. M.! CALL EAST S-123S 1 -- -- Gainesville Granfie Fuller's Foto
cf eight candidates, was elect- and Mrs. Gilbert Reed and Auto Salvage Inc.

FHA VA and Conventional ed to one of tbe five vacancies children Sunday. I' r 'Repair! .Co... &Marble Worts .
Financing. Concrete
Block2 Central Florida' FQient
t in the Deanery Executive'ard. Mrs. Evans Spires and sans We Boy Wrecked Cars AtI OF GAINESVILLE, c.COIDLETE CEMETERY MONUMENTS Selection

.-- 3 and 4 Bedroom Homes NO MONEY DOVNONI j j! of Tallahassee spent several, ;i iI ; TOP PRICES I: ELECTRIC & 3IARKERS of t*

Guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.IR. !I days with, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. 'I 'MOTOf Lettering & New & Used
All 3Iakes tedParts cleaning : Cameras!
\ !. ; &fodtIs : .4 :
Brault and last
t' family Spires. ;
YOUR PROPERTY Payments As Low As $49.82 per past weekend: were Mr. and Mrs. Alton Babcock and Mr. SAtRft ANA SEJJVzCE :Domestic &8s Granite Industrial Marble': Photographic Equipment.

tj Hankey of Teletp enlce win lad I :"Distributor, 'pf i
j Mrs. Gene Wheeler and child and Mrs. George Aye. t. Coffee Tables I Supplies .
:0I ._month., ren of St. Cloud. They also Stanford. Conn. are at their any part fo you. New Lmcoin* Motors' '
I Phone PHONE Fireplaces Black k White Fin(.hfeInBeforeNoon ,
brought their nephew. Tony] borne. oruHilcrest Lake. 376-4512 j 572-8318 i
t '- '
-- in the :1301 S. Main Gainesville 't x lWL,S-Jk- jl j -Out-at 5
L Brault. to visit his parents. Mrs. Charlie Price is ,, 1030 S. Main, Gainesville Gainesville 37ft- 151 '819 W. University GainejvilleI


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having lighter foliage. land church on March 31. of Lake Butler, James Alii- 7 p.m. Evangelistic Service 8 the date of the first publication tate of Jasper Wilson Be- Southwest Quarter of. Section

I: Home Demonstration Plain or solid colors make The pastor, Rev. George good of Alachua and Miss p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meet- of demand this must notice.be Each in writing claim and or I Hollis denbaugh V. Knight deceased. 21 22, Township East. Bradford 6 South.County.Range

''J3 the best backgrounds for Chism. told us to stress that Shirley Green.. ing, 7:30 .-K. J. Robin- must be sworn to by the claimant Starke Florida Florida, and containing 62/

: Note plants. Highly patterned walls all present and past membersare Louie Brown of Jacksonvillewas son Sr.. pastor. his agent or his attorney, Attorney for Administratrix 100 of an acre more or less,
it will become void accordIng
I or 2-14 4t 4-4 except a strip reserved for a
and carpets are poor back- invited to attend; especially the Thursday guest of his to law.February. road or street on the East

grounds for any plant mater all charter members and mother, Mrs. H. O. Brown. 27th. 1963. IV CIRCUIT COURT. EIGHTH border of above described

: l. ,DOROTH\r ROSS ials. I former pastors. These last A-2c and Mrs. Creig Wood CONGREGATIONAL Executor Oliver S.of AspinwaU the Estate, Jr.of JUDICIAL FLORIDA, CIRCUIT BRADFORD OF land. Also corner: Beginning of Northeast at Southwest -

Home Demonstration Agem The relation between size : mentioned charter members and -son, Jeff 'of Albany, Ga HOLINESS CHURCH Margaret Williams Davis COUNTY FLORIDA, IN Quarter of Southwest Quarter

.17 and shape of the plant and and pastors, will be especially were weekend guests of his THOMAS deceased.& PIERCE CHANCERY. '%o. 1311. I ,of Section 21, Township C
._*____ North 30i 2% of Pioneer Finance Company. East and
miles out South. Range run
I. the space where it is used is recognized. parents Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Attorneys at Law a corporation
20 degrees East of North 131
town left of the road. 20S-205 North Temple Ave.
on '
jV&at 4-H Means To Me tizenship." highly important. Use a plant Tto members [some of Wood. Starke Florida Plaintiff, feet to the Southeast cornerof

District Demonstration Day or a group of plants, similarin them worked at the church Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis Young People's Meeting. First publication on February VS.Jamu. .West Half of Block 6
of and H. Gamble and
Karin Lee Lawtey
South, West of SimonJ.
Friday 7:30 p. m. Sunday 28. 1963. Range
shape and of sufficient size last Saturday and partly built and family of Wiggins. Miss. Margaret Gamble his wife .
Susan Sapp of Starke have Six senior girls gave demonstrations School 10 2-28 4t 3.31NOTICE [ Temples Subdivision thence
themselves about at the District to fill the space adequately, the new tables, and they are were weekend guests of her a.m. tiunday Night Defendants. 19 degrees East of North

expressed rii in Green but not crowd it. Use flat low really an improvement over parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone IS HEREBY GIVEN NOTICE OF SUIT along East line of said West
.'VA.. Demonstration Day cordially invited to attend- that the undersigned, desiring to i THE STATE OF FLORIDA-To: half of Block 6. 157 feet;
plants on low tables. For a the old There will be an- Atkinson. West of
Cove Springs last Friday. ones. engage in business under the fictitious James H. Gamble. Residence thence 71 degrees
: Karin says, 4-H isn't justa. Breadmaking. I feeling of unity in your table other working this Saturdayto Mrs. J. H. Sullivan and son Rev. Carl Edmondson pastor. name of SOUTHERN Unknown. Margaret Gamble North, 105 feet to West line of
They were: I
.club that you attend twice service. use a low, spreading finish the tables and then Jerry, and :Mr. and Mrs. John MARINE & TELEVISION at Residence Unknown.You said Northeast Quarter of
think about :Marilyn McCrary, and MaryDixon 41! East Call Street, in the Southwest Quarter: thence
1 month or some- CHURCH OF GOD are hereby notified thata '
of Starke [muffins]; centerpiece.The to clean up the grounds. All Crews of Bell were in Jackson- !1 City of Starke. Florida, intends I suit has been filed against Smith.301 feet to point of. beginning
tune. 4-H is always helping ville last.Monday.. I 422N.SLC1IIrSI.Sunday register the said name with the parcel thus
requiresis I to
Dairy Foods, Karin Lee, Law- care a who can please come and you in the above entitled cause;
tf:;. if we will think. In the clue to where it Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Vickery I' the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof and that you are required to bounded being a portion "of
:Erozen Foods Project, for instance tey [chocolate chip pudding]: a good help with this work. I School 10 a.m. Bradford County, Florida. file your answer with the Clerkof the West Half of Block C
should be placed. Nothing detracts and son of Gainesville were West of Simon
'LYNN D. HAMILTON South. Range
freezes Clothing, Joyce Crawford We were sorry to learn of Morning Worship. 11 a. m this Court and to serve a .
when a girl and
THOMAS & PIERCE J. Temples Subdivision
from decorating Sunday afternoon guests of
more a I copy thereof upon the plaintiff
tL homemaking Lawtey [dress]; Household the illness of David Eunice :203-205! North Temple Ave. situated! in the Southwest
ese foods, she learns a scheme than which : Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Y- or plaintiffs attorney whose
skill she will use fre Textiles Brenda Green. Brooker plants son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Eu- Starke, Florida. name and address is: William Corner of the Northeast Qua
have become sickly because of family. PE each Wednesday, 7:30 p. 3-7 4t 311XOTICE ter, of Southwest Quarter of
eats the [hold to fold fitted sheets]; nice. He is in Hope Haven C. Gnthrie Jr. and Arthur T.
quently. Her family being placed In a dark corner, Mrs. J. V. Edwards and m. Prayer Meeting, Friday, Boone, 102 Florida Title Building Section 21, Township 6 South.
Good Lighting Thelma Knight Hospital at the present time Range 22 .East, Bradford
food she freezes throughout hot daughters Alice and Sue and 7:30: p.m. L. S. Williams OF INTENTION TO Jacksonville %. Florida. not
a drafty area or a sunny and containing -
]. what County, Florida
tji saving money, by [selecting a reading lamp but is improved some REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME later than April %%. A.D. 1963.
$, year, A-3c Gene Edwards were pastor. 34/100 of an Acre n.ore ot
the last week. It his i If you fall to do so. decree '
for In the county song group, spot.A he was seems ,
not having to pay so to of Notice is pro confesso will be entered less;
container for a house Thursday Sunday guests hereby given that I
her Bradford girls sang 4-H To case is very complicated and I I against for the relief demanded Excepting m the above described -
When she gives the undersigned, under you -
tjie::,food. SEVENTH DAY the pro- '
plant should be in keeping Mr. and Mrs. John Dykes at lands the following.
demonstration. she learns how You," composed by Mrs. Raymond hard to determine just what vision of Chapter 20953. Lawsof in the complaint .
Bryan of Lawtey. with the surrounding furnish- has caused his illness, but Salt Springs.Mr. ADVENTIST CHURCH Florida Acts of 1941 will The nature of said suit being" parcel 'of land:
$ speak\ in front of a group I ings. It should stay quietly in and Mrs. Lester HardeeSr. Sabbath School [Saturday] register with the Clerk of the for the foreclosure 'of mortgage I Commence at SW Corner of
without being so nervous ajuality About! 100 girls from the seems to be a form or pary- Circuit Court, in and for Brad- encumbering the following described .' ''E* of SW ii Section- %1.Townshlo .
add to surrounding counties took part the background doing its job lisis. We wish a speedy recovery of Jacksonville were Sun- 964-1324. ford County. Florida. upon receipt property situate In 6 South. Range 2!
( that will surely I without attracting undue at- for him. day guests of Mr. and Mrs. 9:30: a. m. Morning Worship of proof of publication of Bradford County Florida East *nd run 230 feet along
Ijer, poise and personality." I in the day's events. tention. Loyd Wood.J. 11 this notice the fictitious name Those certain lots blocks East side of County Graded
Decorate With House Plants We understand that Mr. a. m. Located between Wilson of WAYNE'S SUPERETTE under pieces or parcels of land situate Roa<| fC' point of beginning
: Susan writes, "My mother E. Townsend was the Road and Griffis Loop. which I am engaged in lying and being in the thence continue North along! I
was glad when I chose the r Why not show off your houseplants vvyyvvvv yvy vy yvy V V V V' and Mrs. Albert Norman are weekend guest of his; mother, business at 671 West Madison City of Starke, Bradford County ', Mid: Eact' sldfof County

*-H'clothing project because i to best advantage? Grandpa and Grandma again. Mrs. Lola Townsend, and St Starke, Florida. Florida and more particu- Graded Road 75 feet: thence
Their daughter Jo Nell Grif- FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Cecil. L Douglas. 912 Raiford larly described as follows, to- South 71 degrees East 100 feet
",make quite a few of my I When you begin decoratingwith Bayless Hiway aunt, Mrs. Bonnie Mansfield, CHURCH Road Starke Florida, sole own- wit thence South 75 feet, thence
dothes. This helps save mon- house plants, more than fis, being the mother of a at Wauchula. He also visited One-half acre in the South- Nor b.11 Degrrea West 100 feet
familY'budget.. I daughter the last few days, H. Walton Grady Minister er.Dated this 13th day of MarchA. west corner of the following to point of beginning:
& in the knowledge of plant care is Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Guthery ,
failed to learn D. 1963 at feiarke Bradford described piece of land to- Also- excepting from the first
have been able to give myplisin called for. Apply some art By Airs. O. E. Crosby [sorry we and family in Bartow Sunday.Mr. Week of County, Florida. wit: East-half of Block 6 described parcel of land the

{ a few pointers on how principles.The ..aaaa.aaaa ...La._. when] and forget' which-- -one and Mrs. Frank Tinney, March 24-30: 3-14 4t 4-4 South Range 4 West of SimonJ. following described lands;
.AAAAAAAA&AA&a of the Griffis' Jo Nell's husband I Sunday Sunday School Temples Subdivision of Commence at the SE corner
to few and dress more neatly. colors found in walls and sons of Gainesville were lands at Temples Mills also North
9:45 of the intersection of
: ajn. Morning
is. If there Is a more Worship
w mother has helped me a and floor coverings are the Rev. Walter Zvoda will be visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ernest IV THE COUNTY JUDGE'S all Fraction South of Block 6 Grand Street and Michigan
lotiwith my project work." the guest speaker at Bayless forgetful person in Florida Edwards 11 ajn. Junior Choir practiceand COURT OF BRADFORD Range 4 in Northeast QuarterOf Avenue and run in a Nortber-
*.' backgrounds for your plants Hiway Baptist Church Sun- than this correspondent is, and family Sunday Youth Fellowship, 6 p.m. I COUNTY, FLORIDA PRO Southwest Quarter and more ly direction along the East
: .'! think 4-H gives wonderful and will flatter or complementthem night. Evening Worship. 7:30 B.t TE. particularly described as being line of North Grand ,Street a
: experiences for every girl. if you select the plants day night at 7 o'clock. He will please do not bring them here Mrs. J. H. Sullivan and family p.m. IN RE: Estate of One-half acre in the South- distance of 93 feet to the 'ft
show original films of Jeru- or we would forget to breathe! TuesdayExecutive Board Jasper Wilson Bedenbaugh, west corner of Northeast poInt.of beginning: :thence t
'W'e'enjoy trips which give a with care. Dark green leafy were weekend guests of deceased Quarter of Southwest Quarter continue ,along said line a distance 1
I meeting 9:30
broadening experience. 4-H plants will be effective used j salem. Gethsemane Golgotha Last Sunday Albert Nor- Mrs. Mary Willis and Mrs. ajn. Women cf NOTICE OF FILING PETITION: of Section 21. Township 6 of 100 feet to 'a point; \
opportunitiesfor and the tomb of Christ. Rev. man's family and friends gave Hazel Crews and family in the Church and Family Night FOR FINAL DISCHARGE South Range 22 East. Also begin thence at right angles, in an 1\\
$1$6'gives many against a light background. '
Supper 6:30 OF ADMINISTRATRIXTO at Southeast corner of easterly direction run WO fret I'
Zvoda has visited the Holy i him surprise birthday din- : p.m.
leadership and better ci- Against dark walls, use plants ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- Block 6 South of Range 4 to 'a point; thence at right ,
Land and will give first hand nerand party combined. Bell.Mrs.. Marie McDavid and. Thursday Senior Choir CERN West of Simon J. Temples angles run in a Southerly direction -
.. experiences of his trip. The Edwin Chism; stated it looked practice, 7:30: p.m. Notice is hereby given thatI Subdivision and run North and parallel to East line .
sons of Gainesville were Sun- : have filed my final returns as 71 degrees West to 176% feet of North Grand Street a .dis
public is invited to and Homecoming
A C C That's Our Business I come more like a day afternoon guests of Mr. "THE administratrix of the estate of to stake; thence North and 18 tance of 100 feet ,to a point; ,
Gi L hear his message. somewhere, than like a birth- POINT for t. ie Jasper Wilson Bedenbaugh. deceased degrees East 153% feet along thence at right angles run ''in
: H u u .jf It's Glass We Have It" The farmers are very busy day dinner. so Albert was and Mrs. L. L. DyaL way you write. Cm in ao4. ; that I have filed my East line of land heretoforesold a Westerly direction 100 feet
petition for final discharge and to C. H. Clark to stake;
to the point of beginning, all
: CALL WRITE or VISIT getting the land ready for surely well remembered by BETHEL BAPTIST'cmmcu select your favorite ESTER- that I will apply to the Honor- thence South and 71 degrees lying and being in Section. 21.

: J FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S spring crops. Some have tobacco friends. neighbors and family.We EROOK Fountain Pen. TELE able Theron A. Yawn County East 176% feet to East boun- Township ( South, Range,23
GRAPILIN Judge of Bradford County, dary of said Block 6 South of Bradford ,
East, Flor-
and already County
pepper plants just wish him many more Sunday School 10 a. m.: Range 4 West thence South-
: Florida, on April 12th 1963, at ; ida. "i .
GLASS CO. up, and the warm wea- happyand we do mean Morning Worship 11 a. m. COUNTY JUDGE'S COUKT 10:00 A. M., for approval of the and 18 degrees West 153%. Witness my ,band-and the seal

I ther is helping everything to HAPPYbirthdays.Mrs. 7:30 p.m. KCV. R. T. Wil- IN AND FOR BRADFORD same and for final discharge as feet to point of beginning; of said Court at Starke, Florida,
said lot of land be-
such administratrix of the estateof parcel this 18 day of March, A.D. 19IS
(NOT INC.) grow fast. Lula Pendarvis has Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. In re: Estate FLORIDA.of Jasper Wilson Bedenbaugh, ing situated in the Southeast CHARLES A. DARBY. f

: "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co." We are glad to know that been staying in Macclenny Prayer meeting Wednesday Margaret Williams Davis, deceased. corner of Block 6, South of Clerk of the Circuit Court
Mrs. C. A. Crosby was able to to her brother's deceased. This llth day of March. 1963. Range 4 West of Simon J. By Janet N. Carter,'
: We Design Modem Store Fronts for 7:30: p.m.Rev.. R. T. WU- NOTICE TO CREDITORS MARY L. WATTERSON Temples subdivision of the ,Deputy Clerk.
go to the home of her son illness. He in the Lake Northeast Quarter of the (
: Just Mail Us A Pattern For All creditors of the estate of Administratrix of the es 3-21 .t-4.11 .
and daughter-in-law Mr. and City Veterans Hospital for THE CHURCH OF GOD Margaret Williams Davis deceased -
g Table Tops in Jacksonville are hereby notified and i
Mrs. Billy Crosby, several days., It seems he was OF PROCHECY t'
: 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone FR2.4353 required to file any claims or
last Friday. having some gallbladder trou- Brooker, Fla. demands which they may have ,- 'v" ,, .

.4 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nor- ble. We hope he is much Improved Sunday School. 10 a. m. against the county said estate Judge in of the Bradford officeof .', !I' .. ,

.1 man and children of Lady long before this. "Mrs. Morning Worship, 11 a.m V. County Florida, in the court- .

i Lake were supper guests of Mr. Pen" was back in church Sun- i:.. B. Young People's Service. house she at calendar Starke. Florida.months within from- Skip the sulphur and molasses 4},: : i
: I b Gas Genie : I and Mrs. Gordon Jones last day, so suppose her brother I I
says '
Saturday night. They and the was much better.It NOTICE. I )

MEE1 MY GIRL I' Jones were guests of the Ed- seems the flu was work- If your name appears below our records indicate that you get a CHEVROLET SUPER SPORT. .

I-.. : ward Normans on Sunday. ing in Highland last week have not filed your 1963 Homestead Exemption renewal ap :: I

"t FRIENDSHELIKES : Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham and the week before, accord- plication. ,By law, the only way a person can qualify for the "<'' i

j and daughter of Jacksonville with Mr. ing to Iris and Bill Pendarvis. exemption is to sign and return the application to this officeon Chevrolet Super Sports* have a charm that Sport zing applies ts( :the Corvair; Monza ; ,
the turned
: spent Their car had almost or before. April 1st of each year. soothes your springtime yen for romantic Spyder, very breezy-with,its air-cooled 150-( "'

:: and Mrs. Howard Brown. into an ambulance. It seems New,home owners must apply in person.Mrs. adventure as fast as you can slip into a horsepower rear-mounted engine and 4-:
Natural Gas Mr. ,and Mrs. Randolph about all Iris got
$4; Crosby of Maxville were recent done that was just take sick folks to D. C. Nettles Robert H. Mclntire bucket seat. (Especially the Impala's, with speed shift41.Ditto for the new Corvette StingRay I

: guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. the doctor bring that load Henry Gibson Dr. Pete G. Felos I its adjustable new Comfortilt steering a magnificent thoroughbred among
Just As Well As I Do. wheel. Front bucket with '
Ben Griffin .J ) seats are pure-blood sports cars not
Crosby.Mr. home and take another. But Leroy Tomlinson r
I and Mrs. Clinton Nor- while the: folks at Highlandwere Vasco Hodge Vergie Flynn a great start, but Super Sports a single sacrifice in comfort.Both (t

rlf you are in doubt about Natural Gas ask man of Jacksonville attended having a run-in with flu J. B. Whitehead Othma L. Haynes also feature plush all-vinyl in- Spyder and Sting Ray come in

your friends and neighbors that use it and get first church services Sunday and the Clay Hill people were too. Ray A. Salazar. W. C. Powell / tenors special interior-exterior coupe or convertible styles. All

hand information as to its convenience, cleanliness, i were dinner guests of his parents It would take too much time Osie Green Elizabeth McCoy Est. trim in tasteful touches, and a Chevrolet Super Sports are like.

i the Frank Normans. and paper to name all who Osie Green, et al Madie Williams veritable feast of goodies we call spring days-you've got to get

tonomyand.. efficiency. We are sure you will want Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis were sick with it. We strick- Jack Underhill James Lewis performaace options. Chevrolet out inthem: to savor them. So

JVatural Gas too.STARKE. and children of Louisiana are lands have escaped it so far Roosevelt Dell A. R. JohnsonL. and Chevy II Super Sports catch yourself a passing zephyr -

I : visiting relatives here for a and we aren't crying becausewe J. Kite Herbert G. Bollinger invite adventure in convertible and waft on down to your

: NATURAL GAS couple of weeks. are left out! Louis I. Thomas Mack Lane I. or coupe form. That same Super Chevrolet showroom.

; tty Hall Phone 964-1301 : Mrs. Louise Crosby and Berry Dyal, Jr. Mary N. Bennett f' Optional extra 00Il.

I ... Mrs. Essie Crosby were among .yyy..y VV VV V V V I F. B. Davis Leona Ella Matthews '

I the teachers attending the Warren E. Bishop Homer Williams

FEA Convention in Jacksonville BROOKER James C. Higginbotham M. E. Roberts r

last Thursday and Fri Murlar Norman Jessie Guion

I Othma J. Norman L. Z. Baker k : t 4." I
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Shirley Greal&LAAAAAAAAAAAAAILL&A4J ) ) 4rv/
TAX NOTICE day.We are sorry to learn of the By H. T. Bennett Sallie & Joe Williams '- \

illness of Mrs. Florence Johnson Oliver Eugene Pearson W. H. Nollman

I, Lavon Crosby and family Minnie Mae Johnson Reid Roy D. Acker /
New Arrival wI
and Mrs. Cruce. and A. O. Myers Clem Griffis I
Congratulations of Mr.
I Mr. and Mrs. Leo Richardson Celia Duncan R. A. Green "' ?.
Mrs. David Fussell on the
i and children spent Sat- Billy Demps C. C. Davis
birth of a son, David Thomas,
'. urday night with his parents, J. W. Barber Arnold Q. Smith I r4Ia Ij
Wednesday, March 13, at
the L. A. Crosbys. Jack- John & Pauline Devore A. J. Strickland } : ,, : d
Navl in
the U.S. Hospital
... I Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bowersof sonville. Mrs. Fussell is the Maxie Tanner Elmer Thomas / j

Jacksonville were supper Nancy Starling Norman E. Thomas
All taxes on Real Estate Personal former Joanne Green. Maternal -
Cros- Lizzie Williams Est.
the Raymond Marion Howe JT
i guests of -
grandparents are Mr. and _4q 1 ,, A a (
last Saturday night. Laura Coy Ernest Phillips /
fcnd Intangible Property will be delinquent bys MrsR.. H. Green Jr. '
1 Basket Dinner Jessie Moore, Jr. Ancil W. Griffis .

The Brooker Baptist Church
on April 1st. Collie Griffis James A. Sullivan ''
; a basket dinner at the
>/.r CLAY HILL Community gave Center Sunday in L. R. Starling Walter M. King r

"I- By Mr*. J. L. Striekteal honor of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ormond David Tyler U. Bonifay Ann David McRae Gunter ParkerNathanjal ''I %J4rifl'4 \
The of the have
majority people Jones and family, A-2c and .
AAA A A Whitley D. L. ThomasTheodore ?,i/: I 1: .t I -
Mrs. Tommy Cox and A-3c .1
Julia Whitney Morris f / :
taken advantage of the discount. However ; Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Padgett Gene Edwards. all of whom I Lucile Davis Dessie Flowers ;/, / t, :

of Jacksonville visited home will be leaving Brooker in the Mamie ,
14: Davis Pauline E. Grant .
there are a few that still have not folks recently. Betty stayed a near future Annie Hampton Jimmie Green p ;=,. __ I .
I few days with her grandmother Home Demonstration Club
I' George Williams, et al David H. ,MontgomeryGary ; :
: Irene Padgett, and Irene The Home DemonstrationClub
paid their We S. Martin P. F. GoolsbyA. J ,
hope they will '-
payi j says she was sure glad to get held a workshop recently G. Frame Noel Joyner .
a lift about that time. She at the Community Center. -- -

hot later than April 1st in order to save : was among the flu victims. Mrs. Ann Kleinman gave a J.Vasco E. Parrymore Underhill Ruth William Laundry Lane Lee -.

> i Jim Budd Lang has recov- demonstration on making cor

the penalty, advertising fee and any ered from his flue enough to sages. Lamar L. G. Cooper Scott Lydia Azalea Lane Motel /

V : go back to help Elgin Lang in The Club held their regular ,

ther costs that the law requires to be I the store again. monthly meeting last Wednes- C. S. Haddock Vasco Forsyth
.... Center Raymond Crews Roy Griffis ; 'y4T jii
services day at the Community
i We htenaed morning Lizzie Clark J. O. Bass Jr. ,
with the president, Mrs. Iva
added. at Long Branch
I Howard Crews Clarence Harper
and had 62 present Douglas, in charge. Mrs. Dave
I Shelbert Rosier '.;: John A. Haney P1k
for Sunday. SchooL The Primary Green was hostess for the Milton D. Carter ""'" Daniel P. Loper '

-'II" class was the banner meeting. Purvis GriUis' .qfr 1 +
This office will be Jones /
glad to ,
Slumber Party
cooperate of 88. :
class with a grade Ernie Tyson Emma Haynes Est. 2
There were 39-100 per cent Miss Patty Bigham entertained v'
Ernest Dell Cora B. Clark
in any way for the advantage of members. her with home a Thursday slumber night.partyat Jessee Tyson Wiley Williamson ::4rA T i //

There had been 36 presentfor Clara Allen Bobby Joe Hall .. .
the Those attending were Jane ,. ;'
taxpayer. Training Union two Sun- Dan L. Hankerson Mrs. W. W. Packman ,
Adams Vicki Struth, Judy
days straight.We Carl M. Ritch A. H' Kelsey
McRae Phyllis Darby. Maria
atended Highland SUn- George Lewis CarterEmma D. D. Thomas
..".. Moore, Janet Hardy:; Cheryl Mo&lz shown ctocttm; Corutttc Sting Ray Canttrtible. Conair Mania Spider
)4r Hughes, William' H. Hall Jr.
learned there
day evening and Cvntertible Chttj II Nova
Shealy, Kathy Hitchcox. and CvrurtiUe! Ckem'st Impala Super Sport 100 Supers
were 68 present in Sunday Linda Kay Holton. C. L. Scholl Clyde Hersey Conserfitfe. Ceer; Soap Box Derby Racer, built by AQ-Amtrican boyi.
School and the Nursery won Inez Hightower & Effie Marie J. Durand

the banner with a grade of Hamburger A-2c and Fry Mrs. Tommy Cox Wooten T. W. Potts NOW SEE WHAtS} NEW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALERS!

R. KELLY 95. Primaries were next in entertained with a hamburger. Charles L. Barnes Mabel ,A. Wooster .. ... ... .. ..... ....... ,.......--.....---...-
cJ. line with a grade of 85. There Lucius B. Williams Harold Boree
fry at the lake home of her -
were 51 100 per cent members parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lloyd Aldridge Jack F. Miller, Sr. t-.a;

: present. It seems some were Ramp Cohen Widows andor; Disability

TAX COLLECTOR able to attend in spite of urday Green on night.Lake Those Winnott attending, Sat- Joe Harmon Josephine Ellerson GATEWAY CHEVROLET I INC.

sickness and all obstacles. Louis Kelley. Mrs. Emma Murhee
were Miss Ann Vickery and : ,
; i Arizona Mack
-BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA;. i HIGHLAND Guy Spence of Gainesville, ...;iL t"'. "' .
Let's all remember the A-2c and Mrs. Creig Wood of Thanks, U. S. 301 (NORTH) STARKE FLA. PHONE 964-3900

.. .1 Homecoming Services at High- Albany Ga., Miss Dian Dukes :: GENE LONG Tax Assessor

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