Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01595
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 28, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01595
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\ ; I1 r iiiri. To Public Meeting Set Gives :

\ $$4.70 High City Land

r\ This Week% On New CourthouseAt

Strawberry prices soared to a special meeting Wed-: lug for a federal grant instead For New

a high of $4.70 per 12-pint nesday morning County At- of a loan. If the moneyis Armory :

flat here Monday and Tues- torney H. V. Knight advised borrowed, it would carry an
.' the County Commission thata interest rate of about 3 3-4
1 4. day, with
: an average of $4.35
'I ,I "" public hearing must be held per cent.
: ." ; for- the two days. Starke's city council
the court-
on proposed new
: With peak production. still -.7'--: 1i! Tuesday night passed a
house before application fora
u" in the offing 10,713 flats were : 4 Y i ii resolution agreeing to deed
1 loan can be filed with the d I
'Will H. Gillett, Florida Hydrocarbons general manager; Tom McMillan, assistant division sold at the market in the Housing & Home Finance A- the State.Armory Board 10

I manager of Standard Oil of Kentucky; and Jack Bowen, president of Florida Gag Corporation week average ending of $3.82 Tuesday for a returnto at an gency, Community Facilities i iF I t1 l to 12 acres of land for a

stand by as the first tank truck (capacity 6,700 gallons) Is filled at new blending plant growers of $40,939.30.I I Administration.The new armory which it is

bear Brook r.I So far this season the mar- hearing was set for f : hoped will be erected here

1 ket has handled 22,825 flats Tuesday May 7, at 9:30: am. when funds become avail-

I Florida's First with proceeds of 8049703. in the courtroom. _
Final action will be taken w 1 able.Meeting
The return of cooler wea- with the council
the board at this time. '
ther during the past week was by at the special Tuesday night
hailed by growers as a facto In the meanwhile the board session to discuss the site for
Automotive Gasoline signed a contract with archi-
contributing to the better the new armory was Colonel
I tect Frank George of Palatka I
quality of fruit. Several day Harry Hatcher Capt. Drew
of unseasonably hot weather so that preliminary planning Reddish: commander of the

I prior to that had caused a on the proposed project may Starke company and County

. .1 Produced Here softening of fruit. be George started.asked members of M, ..yd Commissioner George Roberts
Some growers are predicting who has made an active effort -

I that this season's berry gross the board to meet with him ;-4.fiii ..'..-:.':... ..;... ;;.I':"* ;.. .;;._. ._ -.__. to ensure that Starke
.._. _a' '_. _. __. .___ .__ _, will at 9:30: a.m. Tuesday. April will be
Another top last season's $300,000. considered when fundsdo
- "iirst" haS come to I j: 16, for a general discussion of Starke fireman uses pressured water to wash gasoline off North Temple Avenue Sunday become available for
a new
, Florida and the scene was j courthouse plans. morning after a head-on collision between a 1963 Con-air and a 1955 Ford. The fire de- armory. A figure of $250,000

Bradford County. Rec DirectorIs The contract specifies that partment was called to the scene when it was feared the gasoline would catch fire. has been discussed as the cost

Automotive gasoline started the architect be paid 1% per
xiL: '-; kw of the proposed new facility.
a % is t i Named cent of estimated cost of the
flowing from The site discussed at the
storage tank to Head-On Collision On Ave.
.... r. project upon completion of Temple
meeting Tuesday was city '
truck tank at 10 ajn. Wednesday I'I'!
1 Frank Owsley, formerly of preliminary planning.An owned property on Edwards ;
March 20, at the Florida .c Chickasaw, Ala., is the new additional 2s! per cent A nead-on collision resulted of Starke according to the control and causing an acci- Loop south of Starke and west

Hydrocarbons' gas products 6044 7 rj + City Recreation Director, succeeding of the contract price will be Sunday morning when 1963 Starke Police Department. dent and placed under a bond. of the sewage treatment plant. I

I plant two miles north of *.wrm* t: Buddy Elliott who paid upon completion of detailed Corvair driven by Warren J. Warren, Glisson and a pas- totaling $102.50 in Starke .To satisfy requirements of the !

Brooker. I I .t ,...' resigned to accept a position working drawings and Dobbs 42, went out on con- senger in the Gord: James Mayor's Court. State Armory Board the site

., Personally certified as to z elsewhere. specifications.In trol and darted across the Gordon Griffis 18, were all The collision damaged the will have to be at least 10 }
Yli br the event the board then centerline of North TempleAve. treated at the Bradford Coun- left front ends of both cars
quality by S. D. Andrews, b Tk *P/ j I Mr. Owsley graduated from acres with 500 front foot-
chief of the Oil and Gas Di r h, 'r :: Auburn University in 1962 determines to erect furnish, into a 1955 Ford driven ty Hospital for cuts and bruises extensively and the fire department age on the highway. The council -

I vision of the Florida Department with a degree in physical ed- and equip such a courthouse, : by Everett Monroe Glisson- 17, of the face and head. A- was called to the discussed deeding a site I,rf\

ucation. the architect's total fee< including manda Woods, 36, of Palatka, scene to wash dangerous gas- .\+
of Agriculture, the mo- s He is a native of of 12 acres with 600 feet of !

tor grade gasoline was the I Ifr Opelika Ala. supervision during ,i County Board a passenger in the Corvairwas oline from the street to pre- front footage however ,I'-

i first to be produced in Florida : Since graduation, Mr. Ows construction "shall be 6 percent not listed as injured on vent fire. The misshap occur-I Rumors of a new armory (.
4 : I i ley has been recreation direc- of the cost of the project the police report. red at approximately : for Starke sprang up with

less any amount paid by Warren, driver of the Cor- m. Sunday morning, March
Producing at the rate of tor in Chickasaw and during Turns Down the reorganization of thestate's
the board for preliminary services vair was charged with fail- 24, directly in front of the
69,000 gallons per day Flor- I t. t the time he was in school was national guard unit ;
.and detailed working ure to have his vehicle under Greyhound Bus Station.
ida. Hydrocarbons has storage an assistant with the recrea- and the resulting expansionof
I facilities for more than tion department in drawings. ,""""'" the Starke unit, which is :
a Opelika.His ." .
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told the board that Subdivision. :.1
Knight '
lion gallons of gasoline mll-I y wife Jean, was secretary 1.." .d. ,"". .<.. j$1,. '' .' now the major ordinance unit tin
Brooker plant.. The to the superintendent of recreation his preliminary study indi- ."'}..., f"' O-\:y the entire .state. Faculties :

sold under contract to Standard -- 01'-'" _.-., ,..L..w.; .;. in Opelika for five cated that Bradford County The County Commission, in ,,..-.'.. .}; < ':-. ,. .' 4."' at the present armory onNorth t

1 OIl Company:.o; Kentucky Bowen Gillett, and McMillan. together with Lou Rump, years. would.:not; be? eligible for an a special meeting here Wed- .. : Temple, Avenue have ,
of from '
distribution to KYSO out field service engineer with the ,The-new recreation director outright- grant nesday morning refused to accept % become' inadequate since the .
Ethyl 11 '
Corporation, and ,S. D. the federal government, since ., .,
1 Andrews chief said. that his first impressionis a plat of Paradise Lake -'. < company has been enlargedand J
Southeast of the oil and ,gas division of the Florida Department available to .
that Starke has a good re- these are only Acres a proposed new sub- has no space to park the
of agriculture '
.A. subsidiary of Florida Gas with inspect automated blending .of. tetraethyl -1: creation program going and 'distressed areas." He said division in southeast Bradford ,I'.. heavy equipment that will be
natural gasoEne. I that the rate
Company of 'Winter Park he will continue the present unemployment County The plat was presented .,. .. ), sent here.

t Florida Hydrocarbons, went Effective I program with little change for I here would probably not be by Keystone Heights attor- Under the terms of the res- ;
\ Into April 1 high enough to qualify Bradford ney Myron Prevatt on behalf the councilthe
production last fall ,removing the time being. He is now olution passed by
j the heavier hydrocarbons shaping up plans for the extensive County; as. a. distressed I of the owners Lewis E. land will revert to its original -

[propane butane, and summer program.Mr. area. and Sylvia L. Jones, and owners the city, if no

; natural gasoline] from the City Council Passes Resolution and Mrs. Owsley have Commissioner Jerome Johns Maxie A. and Loyree V. Per- ": armory is erected there with-
said complete study
Texas-to-Florida natural gas two daughters, Janet, 3, and a more due.The ( in the next five years.
pipeline now serving the Carol, 17 months. They are should be-made before ruling board said the plat If a new facility is erected,

i state. Establishing New Utilities residing at present on Lake out the possibility of qualify- would not be accepted until tc :_ the city will then be allowedto

a The propane and butane extracted Dept. Street. all streets shown on the plat take possession of the pres-

are sold to a major VfRGR RadioChanges had been graded to specifications ent armory on North Temple

distributor while the .natural Meeting in special session Driver LicensesPersons of the Bradford Coun- Ave. along with all furniturenow I
curved counter just inside the f
ty road foreman, and unless
gasoline undergoes additional in the building.
processing in new facilities Tuesday' night Starke's city entrance to City Clerk Merrill Hands; all streets shown were made \f

just placed in operation last council unanimously passedan Edwards' office. born during the public streets. This would include r

t week. The gasoline is blended ordinance creating within The police will occupy the month of March of any odd How WPXE"The the board said, a street School Board I

two south rooms in the city numbered remindedto giving purchasers of lots in
4 with heavier naphtha and the city a Utilities Department year are

I tetraethyl lead under rigid to go into operation April 1. hall one of them being the apply for a renewal of Dixie Pixie" took to the ,subdivision access to Par- !
new room. The Utilities Department adise Lake. The access street, To Hike
quality controls. I The their driver's permits, accord- the air in Starke Wednesdayas I Request :
ordinance prepared by will be housed in II
According to officials of the WRGR assumed the new on the proposed plat, was I,
City Attorney the old police room immedi- ing to an announcement from
i Ethyl Corporation, the Brooker George Pierce call letters of WPXE the marked for use of subdivision
ately to the left inside the the office of T. e"Red" '
County Judge
plant blends the tetraethyl was merely a restatement of P-X-E standing for Pixie. property owners only. : In SalaryA
main entrance to the city hall. A. Yawn.
In other action Wednesdaythe i
w lead with gasoline by com- the Utilities Committee report, Along with the call letter
pletely automated equipmentfor change to WPXE, the station board voted 3-1 to meet
presented to the council last .- request from Bradford
the first time, and is the put into effect a longer pro- terms laid down by Alton and J board members !
week in legal language. It was County school
Anita W. Boles for rightofway -
most modern facility of its I gram schedule from 5 ajn. to Hollingsworth for legislation to increase their .
passed in a manner which needed during the con-
type in the world. 11 p.m. daily, and complete salaries will be heard at a \
I On hand to see the first' could only be described as cut! United Press Internationalnews struction of a new concrete Country Music by

tank truck loaded out last and dried with practically no coverage every 30 min- slab bridge over Highway 16 j special: legislative E. hearing Johns and
Sen. Charley"
week were officials of Florida utes on the hour and half at Heilbronn Springs.In II
discussion. 2:30p
Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr. at :
Gas Co.. and Standard Oil hour. Five complete 15 minute return for an easementon
Cash Prizes For Best BerriesTo in the courtroom.It .
i Co. of Kentucky.W. None was needed however, news broadcasts will also right-of-way for a bypass m. Friday believed that the

J. Bowen, president of: since the resolution was a be presented daily. The station around the bridge dur- is members will

i Florida Gas said that FlorIda formality required to make intends to extend its local ing construction, and for School Board
out Feature Festival \Weekend ask for a raise to $125 per
and clearing
has now added a new product i. the new department official. coverage at the same time. month to place them on equal
r I the bed of Water
has also
automotive gasoline to New programming
h The step toward departmen- footing with members of the
its rapidly growing industrial been put into effect but pop- Creek the board agreedto
talization of the city's utility .a ; Mr. and Mrs. A strawberry judging con- "old time fiddlers" and other County Commission.
ular features, such as the pay
t/ scene.The gasoline produced at system has been under dis- I Home Demonstration report Boles $400 and construct an test, for the best 12-pint flat; musicians invited to enter. A bill passed at the 1961
and a strawberry dessert con- The well-known "Red" Hol- session allowed Commissioners
American wire fence, with two
Florida Hydrocarbons will be cussion for some time and a and the County Agent's broad-
test will be highlights of a lingsworth of Lake Butler an extra $25 in expense
: strands of barbed wire at top
regular and economy grades of cast will be continued.The .
the highest quality he added.i full statement of the coun- station was sold effective for a distance of'521.12 feet gala weekend sponsored by will be featured in this pro- money to augment their $100

r cil's intentions was given last March 15. to George along Water Oak Creek. The the Starke Retail Merchants gram. per month salaries.

week in the report submitted I Gothberg Radio Inc. The area fenced would be 100 feet Association, April 5-6. :Most Starke stores will pub- The School Board membersdid

by councilmen J. D. Doyle,!j Florida corporation is wholly wide, for a total of approxi- Cash prizes to be awarded licize Bradford county strAw- not make their request at

l OLD TIME Seeber Goodman and Carl] M owned by Mr. Gothberg and mately 1,250 feet around the areFor berries by giving a free pint the regular legislative hearing'
I Hurst. tri his wife Ozelle. The Goth- entire area. Cost of the fence, the best flat: 1st prize, of berries with each $5 or held several weeks ago. They

VAUDEVILLESHOW berg's will to Starke including poles and county $25; 2nd $15; 3rd. $10. more purchase with sales on were told however that a
I In effect the creation of -.-- -- -- within the next move month. Tills labor was variously estimatedat For the best dessert: 1st Friday, April 5. public hearing would have to

\ the new department means Members of the First Methodist Church, WSCS, with pas- will mark the first time the : from $250 to $350. I prize.. $15; 2nd. $10; 3rd., $5. Stores will also offer outstanding be held before the salary bill

I that City Clerk Merrill Edwards tor John R. Brabham, load Goodwill Industries truck with articles station has been home owned Mr. and Mrs. Boles also requested Growers are asked to regis- pre-Easter bargains, would be considered

BUS AUDITORIUM I will still handle all thecity's to be repaired by handicapped workers In Jacksonville. and home operated.Also a water hole dug but ter for the "best flat" contestat 1.1 as an added attraction for l I School Supt. H.: P. Morgan

i Sat., March 30 moving to Starke from it was said this could be tak- the county agent's office shoppers.District. I! said yesterday he would likely -
8:00 P. M.Featuring I j money but that any before 4 April 5.I I before the legislative
'Goodwill' Truck Loaded HereA Alabama is the new general en care of by the bridge con- pjn. Friday appear
{I complaints or requests concerning manager of WPXE Doug Hol- tractor who would likely need Ladies entering the dessert: RotaryConference delegation to discuss

JOE & ROSEMARY any of the city util- derfield. He and his wife. Suzie fill dirt which could be taken contest should register at the some proposed general legislation
church-wide study of hundred Goodwill bags were home demonstration agent'soffice Set for schools and also
from the hole.Commissioner
DAUBER I ity systems will have to go have three children.
"The Arm of Compassion"J j filled along with several larger Jerome Johns I before the same dead- the possibility of a taw sub
anl all local to Gothberg
Mr. Mrs.
talent from i Utility Director Merrill and
was given at the First Meth- items which were pickedup objected to the proposition because Rotarians from Starke will ject to a referendum to make
Keystone Heights Area : Dees: All utility bills will be odist Church during January by the Goodwill Industries have Jacksonville.Mr.one married. daughter in he said it violated the line.In addition to awarding the attend the annual district the office of superintendent

Admission $1 i made up under the auspices led by the pastor Rev. John R. truck last Friday morning. Gothberg has been in board's policy of not payingfor prizes all flats entered in the conference of Rotary Inter- of schools appointive rather

Benefit ;I of the new department, the Brabham. At one of the sessions The articles are taken to the radio business for 22 right-of-way. I contest will be auctioned off national in Jacksonville, than elective.

Keystone Heights 1 machines will be removed Robert Heath of Goodwill the Goodwill headquarters in For the past 11 years Attorney Knight said, how- to the highest bidder, with receipts March 2830. The district
Woman's Club II from the city clerk's office I Industries in Jacksonville 'Jacksonville where they are he was owner of WFPA In ever, that this settlement going to the grower. meeting is held each year to FHA ConventionSet

Building Fund I but bills will be returned to spoke to the congregation out- I reconditioned and put in usable Fort Payne Ala. During the would be -less expensive than The contest will be held at review Rotary service activities This Week

the city clerk for mailing. lining the work of this organ- condition by handicapped past three years he has owned going through condemnation 2:30 pjn. for flats and 3 p. and to make plans: for increasing -

This Space ContrBrated. Physical changes incurredin ization. He spoke of "personsof persons. The articles are then and published The DeKalb ,. proceedings to obtain the m. for desserts at the vacant their effectiveness Barbara Kirkland and Sue

City Hall by the creation special needs" and told sold with the revenue going News right-of-way.: lot on Call Street [former during the coming year. Brice will serve as Bradford
Weekly ( Publicize County a weekly news-
t I of the new department include how they attempt to meet to the support of the organization paper in Port Payne. Both Commissioners Green Chas- site of Starke Hotel Local Rotarians planning to I Chapter delegates to the state ,

Community Events by. a new room added on these needs through the helpof properties were sold prior to tain. and Roberts voted for: Additional festivities for attend the conference are: Convention of the Future ,

to south side of the buildingat communities who donate A Gainesville! branch will be the pur&a& of t& Starka the motion; Commissioner Saturday afternoon will include Col James. A. Griffin club Homemakers of America at I

The CommunityState I a cost of approximately articles to them- Ii opened soon, and it is expected radio station.Mr. Johns opposed; and Chairman a band concert at 2 p. president; J. C. Sawyer presl. the Robert Meyer Hotel ia

II I $2,000 boarding up of the old, As an outgrowth of this Gothberg made it dear Carl Prevatt did not vote. m. and exhibition riding by dent-elect; Harlan Sprow, Jacksonville on March 29. I,
that the Goodwill truck
Bank I glass window where all utility:|i study the church conducted on his six o'clock, newscast In regard to another road the Sheriffs Posse at 3:30. A,, secretary-elect; Buford Mitchell The two students win be accompanied -
: bills have here-to-fore been I I a drive for used clothing will make other stops in matter Knight advised the country music "hoe down" present secretary; and by Mrs. Mary M. ;

I paid and the erection of a! furniture, shoes, toys, etc, J Starke in the suture ,. ,_ Continued On Page 5) j Continued on Page 5J will start at I pa With 9ft, Les Qreen --, i Dally, chapter aXM ort !


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, .. Mr. and Mrs.; Lamar I IJ Shaw Douglas Nolin and Burge I.,. E. Clark 66 I Adult Classes Capt. Nettles 41 THE RIGHT POINT for the NOTICE J JThe

, and son of Jacksonville Beach Searing were on the Dean's fay you write. Come in and I

will spend the weekend with List at Florida State University Begin March 25 I select your favorite ESTEBBROO& undersigned, having
Retired RREmployee Of
; .... Mrs. Frazier Shaw. for the first trimester. Tampqf I Fountain,Pea. TELE. agreed to a' separation. from f,.
CoT I. and MrS Harold C. 'Among: 'Those attending the Adult, courses for', credits or GRAPH. / his wife. Margaret Jackson ,

Wall and family" of St. Augustine funeral 'or'F.. F. Stump' in : "brush-up" review are scheduled Capt. George Edward Nettles f Leonhard, I will therefore not '

I GLADYS MOOTY FHONlfl! 964-4651 were weekend guests Monticellp on,, Thursday wereMts. for the 12-week period 41, of Tampa, suffered :, PUBLIC i be responsible for any debts \

r' of Mr. and Mrs. : Logan Bald- Charles Darby. Mrs. J. Idas Ely Clark 66, retired beginning March 25., according I a fatal heart attack during a i PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE IS HERE. made by her from this date: j

win.Mr. R, Wainwright, Mrs- Joe_Starling section foreman of the Sea- i to L. H. Gibson, local director physical training session at | BY rnvc. THAT: WHEREAS I i I March 14, 1963. Fred Leon-

_. Mrs. E. C. Smith ILL and Mr. and Mrs. Robert, Gen- and Mrs. Paul Hawkinsof Mrs. J.: G. Jackson and board Railway Co., died Sunday I of the county school Camp Blanding last Saturday i, County a majority Commissioners otf the Board of I' hard. -.i
., son Sam of Leesburg were ereux and son of Jacksonville Mrs. Mae Mrs. H. E. Anderson. adult of Bradford -
Jacksonville and ;j night at Bay Minette I program. afternoon. He was immedi-I County Florida, deem it' 3-22 3t 4-5
-- Sunday visitors of Mrs. Jessie were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins of Waldo' were_ Sunday T, H.; Slade,. Charles Saw--!' Ala. after: a short illness.: Hei i Classes in all basic subjects -i I ately attended by two National j necessary to erect, furnish and :

1 I Young.I Robert Green last Sunday. dinner guests of Mr.; and yen and Mike O'Brien were' in j jA I was born in Bull Springs! of English, history and Guard medical officers. Dr. A. : equip Court a House new: Bradford County ':
Mr, and..Mrs,, J Cooper Miss Barbara Green was in Mrs, 'lf us, Olson. I tlan.tay J'la. frorn, Sunday! to : Fla. on Aug. 24 1896, and government, sciences, and; Y. Covington of Starke, and : The public is invited to at- I

I of Chiefland. were last Thursday Brooker over the weekend, Tina, Gene and Dawn, Wednesday a'ttending the. made his, home in Starke for);, mathematics. are'av U ble I Dr. Parks of Jacksonville but i, question tend and at be the heard upon such This Week'sSPECALSFresh_ J

dinner Quests -of Mr.. and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ken- Mathews of. Gainesville spent I Southeastern L. P. Gas association i Monday through Thursday:I was pronounced dead on arrival -; meeting of said Board next regular 1
many years. at the
1 I Mrs. C. 1,. Coop'er?" v neth Hagar. Saturday with their grand convention.Dr. I iA from 7:30: to.9:30 p.m. Business -'I County Court House
: former member: of. the:; I at Bradford County Hos-,i in Starke : BLACKEYED PEAS ;

1 .* Mrs. ;VR.J 1e..; Yfojmg' ,".kID' be Mrs. Ralph Longeman and parents.. Mr. and Mrs. Gar| I A. Y. Covington, and 'I City Council, he was a veteran : education;courses;including -! pital. Mon Florida.May commencing 7th. 1863.at at 9:39 which A Fresh -- 1

a flower show Judge 'Floral Mrs. Ronnie Willis of. High Mathews. Jack Trawick attended the of World War 1 a.member of'; typing and shorthand are ; Capt. Nettles was training J time final action will be taken "

\ City and Ocala' the. next.. two" Springs were. Saturday visitors Mrs, C, L. Scholl was in' U. S. Public Health, ,Service. i the, American, Legion, and..the set for Wednesday- evenings.j .. with the 55th Operational i question.by the said Please Board upon said PURPLE_ TIP ?EAS.

I weekends. of Mrs. Adolph Gay. Philadelphia. Pa. the first of Civil Defense meeting in st. First Baptist Church of I j. Elementary education including Headquarters out of Jacksonville self accordingly.This govtrn )'uur- AFRESH OKRA I

I :Mrs. Stanley Noegel and Midshipman Hank Grahamand the week while her daughter, Petersburg from Wednesdayto Starker.. ... ;, "Operation' Alphabet" in the firs; training -es-!; notice bhall be published ,
\ daughter] Sharon Beverly Miss Pam Kin of A.nnapolis. j i Miss Joan. Scholl. underwent Saturday. **Surviving are, two daughters -.; the state-wide television: pro? f sion alter the recent reorganization -_ County 5 weekly Telegraph issues of Bradford Fresh
] a duly -
t Md. and Lt. Glen O I Mrs. ''Edward Burns ari{ [ gram is offered Monday, of the Yu.rida Guard. i : qualified I. CORN
and surgery. ..
Crawford :Mrs. Wilma Miss June Clark of JackI -i i newspaper published in _._____ _,
Korenberger attended the steen and Miss Carol Jane Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bar Mrs. W. B. Scoggins attendedthe sonville, and Miss Margaret :i Tuesday and Thursday from 1!! Some 150 Natioi r.J! Guard officers :; Bradford County, Florida com : d
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I -Holiday"'on' ,Ice" show Sat-' Moss of Jacksonville were rett and. family of MiamI I district: library! workshop r ClarkMiami; four sons, Ulray;!I j 6:15: to 8:15' p.m. under. the'I! from all t-er the state BOARD OF COUNTY 1963. COMM1SSIONERS -.,

urday.' weekend guests of Mr. and spent the weekend with Mrs. in Gainesville,*Wednesday. Clark, Bartow; Connie :M.i direction of MrS. Bernice were at Blanuing for the' OF BItUi.FORD ,. MARKET
Mrs. Bill Graham. Russell McRae and Mr. and Mrs. Nell Pinkerton.of Robinson Clark Starke Stanley H. Hopkins" at' the Starke Elementary -' weekend session. COl TY. FLOR-I
; Mr. and, Mrs. Charlie Parker ,
.and daughter of Coc9a were Mr. and Mrs. J. Huston Mrs. Jesse Newsome. Ill. is spending several;: C1 rk. Lake City: and' Ken School cafetorium. Capt. Nettles \ 3s a gradu- : IDA.fly J. C. PREVATT <1!

'visiting Mrs.: L. S. 'Hutto and McClane. of Atlanta Ga. spentui' -. Mrs. Onie' Mae Graves and weeks with Mrs. Emma adman neth D..Clark, Orlando; five; Testing: Schedile ate of the Umvc s-ity of Florida .!-S 5t 4-25 Chairman' \

family last week. : weekend here with relat- Mrs.: Onie Sullivan of Day- and Mrs. Pat' Cauffman brothers, Lester E., Loxley Miscellaneous testing to establiSh and a life-long resident : ___ I,I I

tona Beach visited their sister and family.Mr. Ala. 'credits, proficiency in, of Tampa. Piling World War IX ,
Mr and Mrs. Claude Moore ives.Mrs. Ala:; Alvin Bay Minette. ; 1 ( THE CinrfIT COURT OK !
I Emmett Gahagan of Mrs. Bunie Broughton in and Mrs. C. C. Hoppeof Johnny and Ralph, Roberts- American History and Govern-!> II he served as a liaison pilot. THE EIGHTH .JtJIJlCIU'i i icincriT
of ,Tampa spent the weekendwith'
t Savannah, Ga. spent the weekend -. Bradford County Hospital 0- Tampa were visiting Mrs. dale, Ala.:; and Luman Clark ment [a state requirement for j Besides his wilt he, is survived .UIJ FOIl BRAiiFoiin OK ) ,- .
: her Ella cor.T1. %
mother. Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. W C. ver the weekend.Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W. of Mississippi;' three sisters high school diploma]. and by two sons, George Jr., ', ICHANCiilV.; ::. i

Halslopt. Powell. This week they were Orie Wiggins was in Kincaid over the weekend.G. Mrs. Ina Marshall Roberts-. 10th Grade Equivalency [required 16, 'and and Val. 13. In rePetition: of I!I l

Mrs W. B, Mundy was in Jacksonville with Mrs, Mat- Jacksonville the first' of the A. Wainwright of Miami dale, Ala:; Mary Mary Dean, for certain state licenses DeWitt C. Jones Funeral TO Emanuel: Uriah Nick Sears KJondes.Uurch. Sr Address 1 i

visiting l her daughter, Miss tie Gahagan who underwent a week visiting her father L. visited MrsA.. O. Andreu L xley, Ala.;' and Mrs. Nellie 'will 'be given during the! Home was !in rna.fee of local Unknown "

71 Jean Mundy. at FSU on Monday ?- second eye operation in St. G. Hemmingway who is .confined and Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Din-: Lindsey. Laurel Miss. Also week of May 27. The General arrangements. You Are Hereby :Notified thata '

:\ arid, Tuesday. Vincent's Hospital Tuesday.Mrs. in St. Luke's Hospital kins on Sunday.Mrs. surviving are eight grand Educational Development test above petition styled has court been I.filed)' Emanuel in the :. Charley '

--- Frazier Shaw and son, with a broken hip which he L. S. Hutto celebratedher children. battery is scheduled for the !'Fifty Homesteaders Nick Klondes for the adoption :: r.-'
I received when, he fell out of 81st birthday last Sun- week of June 10. Re-testing of Uriah Sears Burch, Jr.. a i &.
::: FOR Gene and Dale and Rickey I Funeral services were held Fail minor, by said petitioner and
I SALE Johns attended "Holiday. on I I a wheel chair at a nursing day with a family gathering. at 3 p.m. Tuesday in the D for the state high school i! To SignExemption you are required- 11r"e' i Jo s

I Ice"' on Sunday.Mr. home where he was staying' in Out-of-town relatives were Witt C. Jones Chapel with equivalency diploma is avai'-I Forms copy of your Answeror Objections .

Excellent.. -,. '.' business, .. locaT and Mrs. Bob Regan Jacksonville.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and I Rev. Leo Hebert officiating. able to applicants within 90 : to should show not cause be why granted saidpetltio'r :I i:'

.tioru 200 ft. on Hiway 301 and, daughters of, Lake Street L. E. Harris of Hyatts- Mr: and Mrs. Brad Locke and I Burial was in Crosby Lake. days providing the person is Fifty home owners have not on the attorneys for petitioner, '"Does the Florida 'financial -
: vile Md. spent Thursday to families of Jacksonville, and in attendance in 'an organized yet signed their 1963 home- Thomas & Fierce. 203205orlh responsibility law
have moved out on the new Cemetery. Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida, re-
: N. includes_ 3 BR year old Blanding highway, Monday with Mrs. F. Stump Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker class.,. If not registered and in( stead exemption applications, and file the original in the' office juire[ minimum Auto Liability .
and family and attended the}: and daughter of Cocoa. attendance, the' appllcaijtmust j of the Clerk of the Circuit
I i to Tax
Ijouse. 11000.. $500 down,: Mrs. W. B": Mundy Mrs. funeral of her brother. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Chas- Mr. Coleman, 59 wait 180 days' "between!I\ Gene accorcing Long. Court on or before" April 26. 196" ?. insurance of $10,000,
Herein Fail Not decree
.. $85 per mo, Or house with I OUy: Sale Mrs. J, B. Sapp and Stump on Friday. teen and children and Mrs. Of MaxvillelRites testing periods, according' to.I. Deadline to sign up for the pro confesso will or be a entered, 2PQQO. t! $5,000 property?
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp.:were Bak- of Education against you.Witness coverage or proof of equiv
Randy Pass and Joey H. L. Brownlee visited the State Department $5.000 exemption is April
100 ft. tax '
: frontage, $10,000. in Jacksonville Wednesday to Are Held *". my hand and the alent ? Can auto liability
ken have the measles, while! Jacksonville< Zoo on Sunday. regulations-'. 1. A list of those who have seal of said court in Starke; equity -
: Cal.)' G-i. 64.1. tfchg attend the funeral of an Uncle Karen and Mark Reddish are Mrs. Jack Eaves and daughter Various subjects" including not filed their applications is Florida, this 26 day of March, insurance be purchased -

I Sam Green. confined with chicken pox. I visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl Francis B. Coleman, 59 of foreign lan ua es,, mechanical. published on page four of this 1963. CHARLES A. DARBY, from the Charley

.- .. .. ... Miss Shi Ann Smith of] Rader and family., in Jackson- Maxville, died Thursday, drawing, woodworking, public Issue of The :relegraph. As Clerk of the said, E.: Johns Agency at rates

Roanoke College, Va., is home ville Sunday. March 21, in a Jacksonville speaking. and music are avail: ... Circuit Court. well below those in .
after illness of By: Janet N. Carter. many
I I this week for the spring holi- Mrs, Myra Williams of hospital an .atife..priMdi. &IfWsonT: request Siren Test. 'I Deputy Clerk northern states?"

Folkston. Ga.., is visiting Mr: several days. He was born in arid register. for' the. THOMAS & P1ERCR /\
II days.Harold Macclenny and had lived in Set For FridayThe i I 20J-203; North Temple Avenue
i FLORIDA I Tyus of Florida- and. Mrs. Eugene Williams. specific course. ; Charley E. Johni
for 35 .
Clay County years. .
Southern College was home Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dansby ;'. ,. u! Attorneys for Petitioner I IJI
He was a supervisor for St.Mary's t-ity ol'Starke: will test
: 418HEAR
i for the weekend.Mrs. and son of Perry were Sun Civitan Club t.i.n I Agency '
Kraft, Co. and a member its new three phase fire, warn- -'
Faulkner a day visitors of Mr. and Mrs 'I
Paul was of the Baptist Church.. To Wind.Up, atomic 'attack siren this '
medical patient in the University R. O. Dansby.F :: ing, OLD FRIENDS 'I I ;
Surviving are his widow;, Friday March 29, at, 2 pm., AND 'NEW ON WPXE PHONE 964-0121
Davis of -
Medical Center from C Charleston ProjectThe I ) i >
-THEATRE-.. Mrs. Myrtle Lee to Plant Superintendent -
Higginboth-I according Power DIAL 1490
S. C. visited Mr. and Mrs. H. \3S.. Walnut St.
to Wednesday.Little
Sunday I
Coleman of Maxvilie; four Merrill Dees who
K. Davis from Thursday to Starke Civitan' Clubwind will
Marlene Birt under- daughters. Mrs. Donald J. installed the new machine. ,

went a tOnSil ctomy in Brad- Sunday. Eichelser. of San Diego. Calif.. up' its month long "Books The siren is erected on a I >\ \\
Miss Sue Morris of Florida- For Bradford" drive this Saturday -
.I : OPENING TIMES ford County Hospital on Tues: Mrs, Ray Pelham oif Jacksonville pole located in the rear of
MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY Southern College is spendingthis and Mrs. Vincent R March 30 'with house-to- the city hall. Dees said the I ENTER NOW i
day.Mrs. week with Mr. and Mrs. ; house contacts made by club ,
: OPEN. 7:01): ) P. M. SHOW STARTS 7:30 Ernest Boland and S. Denmark.. Taylor, and,.Mrs.' H.: L. Brown- members. initial test would be made this !

't'BI. 3:30 SAT. 1:00 of Athens. Ga. andJ. ing both of MaxVille; threesojis. but that if all went
: SUN. 2:00: daughter ;; Friday
: Mrs. E. L. Crawford spent
AjI books) donated, fact or
I S. Speer of Dahlonega, Ga. the weekend with-hersist r James, Benjamin F" Any well citizens will be familiar- I BEST SLOGAN CONTEST
fiction;) will be used to : :1
are here to visit their father and Donald Coleman, all of r ized; with the three different :

: Sat rday.. arch 30 and brother H. L. Speer. whois Mrs. Myrtie Adkins. in Jack- tta, yde, Also sonville and attended the
I critcially ill in Bradford ,three sisters* two brothers the Bradford High School Friday April 4. To pick suitable' slogan for. Bradford County. Not
On Ice" show J .
t. \ .. : .en.. apc'ithk,grandchildren. ,,. brary. I over, ten words.,.
: Double Feature'Program" "" County Hospital I.* eMrS. ','Saturday. :oof 4Funeral : EVERYON} EDIBLE
and Mrs. N. K. Hurst 'Mr.. and Mrs. R. A. Colson I services were held !. ----*-- '
f at the
: It "' at"2 pm.rMond"ay in the' Maxville' big Tuesday: morning I Except members of Civic Roiindlable and their
of Indianapolis, Ind. were recent attended the II :
and family! Garden was ; 4
Baptist Church with Restaurant. City. I families. '
: 'ftv'fl'OUR: wcKsuau:t siJi-T ; -!r- visitors of Mrs. W. S. "Holiday On Ice; .show in j ozncnman.Carl' Hurst who explained f I I \
; )E vatass A?.COMING! Rev.'R., L.,_Taggart officiating I -' I
a MA.. r .I._ ;:,_ 4111f1 -,.. Slade. Jacksonville on Sunday., assisted" by Rev. J. ENekton. the city's new Utility I', .r- .. I Ut Prize $50
Mrs. Joe Hill Williams of. Little, Jimmy Brownlee! is -' Department. to the club, and,!
ORON WfLlES! +VICTOR MATURE ; Burial, was" in the 2nd Prize $25 3rd Prize $10
Lake Butler confined with chicken
; ; will be the over-. i. answered, members' questions.Next .,I ..
\ The Brownie Scouts 1.- Long. Branch.. Cemetery.. ," '' I Fill out below and mail to Box 238 Starke, i
: I night guest Friday of Mrs. W. accompanied 9 ** lu&lay's: meeting \\illil i coupon
3 "THJ.TAt\YA'RS" r '
f 7. t, ) _, I. !i A., Stern and Miss Louise; I by Mrs. J. D. Warren be a,;business, 'session with no: Fla. before "midnight April 15.

: tr L .... \ ;, .:l: _1Trc-L-L4: I Stern, and all will attend the.I' leader Mrs.- W.' B. Thompson Johns. To, Head program, scheduled.. All, members '' 1 -- -- -- -: -- -- :.- -- '-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -

i : I Isaak Stern concert at the 'I Jr.. and Mrs. Elmer Thomas Gas Association are, reminded to attend. i t
will visit White and s
Civic Auditorium in Jacksonville Springs i
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Suggested __ .2--------------- 1
I t that evening. the Stephen Foster Memorial,' Jerome Johns, of. the Jerome CHURCH j Slogan. --:- ::
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I Nelson Ritch of Hialeah on Saturday.Mrs Johns Oil Co., was elected"president I (

: : 'i spent the weekend with Mrs. Leroy Joyner of Jacksonville (- of, the Florida Petroleum Sunday Church School, ----------------------'-' t-b-------------------
was the overnight 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship. I .
: Carrie Ritch and Miss Annie Marketers Association at

/ Darby. guest last Friday of Mr. and the convention held in Jacksonville 11 a. m.' 8pack'S pper for M- i for; FUN I __ ;. _.,, "_-___. ..
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.. .. kfi1i11t Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair was Mrs. Lester Crews. last weekl Daring, the YF 6 p. m. Youth'Meetings, ; : .

: called to Moultrie, Ga. on Mrs. T. D. Dyal of, Starke past year Johns, served as executive meets at 3 p.m. at home of i and HEALTH
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a II 2-i. ., Monday by the death of her and houseguests, Mr, vice: president of. the d30 pjn. Evening Worship, :
: t& __ Mrs Vernon M. Nu'ttall of 7:30: '
pjn.Monday "
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__ mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Clark. organization. I ,
': Orem Utah have returned Circle 2 WSCS My' Name _, ., ,
: I The funeral was Wednesday The, new ,president has been Starke Lanes. \ --- ---------------- ---------- -
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.1.g I .. __ from two weeks visit with'friends 'in the petroleum? 'business for meets'at 3 p.m., place to be I\! :, -

S t.mi _ and relatives in Del- has Mrs. Kouba. Circle 6 meets 3 -
Sheriff and Mrs. P. D.Red more than !ten:, years and i Highway 100 South 1 Address _______I_____.
\ ray Beach. Pompano Beach been a member of the> Marketers pjn. with Mrs, F. C. Hollings- ..:. ,-L-" ----- ---------
tot dish : j
are Mr. and
visiting Mrs. and Fort Lauderdale.Mr. worth. Commission on Education -
Glen Reddish in Penns Grove, .: Association, .... for nineyjears PHONE 964.6261
and, Mrs. C. L. Cooper, meeting at the church .
Heiss N. J. from Tuesday to Satur- and daughter, Clairnejl, andA2c 7 Executive Committee For League Information ,
/ served as a director, chairmanof pm. ------------------------------------
t. S cooll by bE LUUt. day.Misses ana Mrs. Donald Cooper -the legislative committee, of Men's' Club" meeting at t

Carol McRae and Di- and son. Ray, were visiting church. 7:30 p. m. Oficiall ,. -
and as, secretary-treasurer '
: "Droopy's Good Deed" Cartoon ane Whitehead attended the. A-lc and Mrs.. Robert Cooper The association is.made up of Board meeting, 8 p.m. II '.s a ... -. '. U i
wedding of Miss Charlotte in Biloxi MiSs. over the week-. TuesdayCircle 4 meets'! !
200, branded and
: I Clark to Jay Gibson in,Jack- some. privatebrand '10 am. at home of Mrs. T. H.I J I
end.Misses gasoline and fuel oil dis
c sonville Saturday evening: Bonnie and Janey., Slade; Mrs. ''W S. Slade co- |
tributors located I
Sun. Mon. Tues--Mar. 31 1 & 2 r throughout f
: ,. ,, Apr. Miss McRae was organist for Griffis spent the weekend in, hostess. Circle 1 meets lOa. !
Florida, with headquarters in
.1. ,.. I 1 11 1 the ceremony. Chiefland with Miss Joyce V. Jacksonville.State m. at home of Mrs. Myrtle ;'

Local admittances to Doc- ,,Cooper. Anderson. Circle 5 meets 10

._e4 tor's Hospital this week include ajn. at home of Mrs.. Eston *

4 ., ...'"... Every bo H needs a'niother'I Mrs. Archie Lee Hol- Land Judging 1. ** .FarmEn1oyee* Jordan. !

I MGM.-, ...eiQn if Dad has to marry }--err! lingsworth Mrs. CatherineVan Contest Set ClubS Wednesday: Circle 3 meets; |
Koolbergen and daughter 10 a-m at home of Mrs. H. H.I I

I '"J n.-.-...COtA.rtsIVP; ,...,. -. f .....-, Kathryn and Mrs. Joan This' Saturday Fish Fry Adams. Prayer Meeting and.:
: ''coi I Phillips.i Bible Study. 7:30 'p.m. J

.,,Edde '" f<1..\Q\..... :..{..'. l-d"', :.- ; i Sally Hammer, of To-, I A land judging team representing The' State Farm Employees' I I. Thursday:-' Story Hour for ,i, __ -
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... .., .I, ; '1"r J Club is .
'! "" :, ledo. Ohio. came, down this the Bradford FFAChapter sponsoring a' Fish'Fry ,, Primary"Dept 'and Junior :; f -

II A '. 'i''t, '. : week to, get her' brother and I will compete in the at., the. club 'house on Friday:, Choir rehearsal 3:15: p.m. j jTH .r-.rr

I r... _fj_ | siSter-i -Iaw. Mr. and 'Mrs:I FFA and 4-H State Land Judging :, '5, from 5 to 7 pjn. for j'j'APtU I i
1h ben fit ot Boy Scout Troop : ,
\ Lawrence Meng, who have : Contest this Friday, Marclj RIGHT POINT for th@jI' : -
:: ;
"- /1ilennFORD 377 hd the' Little
: co ; ; '
been visiting"their Francis 29.: according to instructor
I sons. '
j I ; baseball 'team: Both of 'way ion write. Come In and!
: ...-., 1', Shirley JONESSTBWSEVBSD'NAMERRU. I 1 and Paul Meng, and fami 'Paul Hutchins.The I these:I I'f.elee.JOur favorite ESTER-
S ': .;.. .' RCSRTASHtRV.'DOOWRONW, :. : ,, : hOWWD i flies since December. team sponsored, by the. .:th'e activities club! Tickets are" sponsored are $1 foradultand by:I Ii I, BROOK. Fountain Pen. TELE-: r (
S "3 'vxr\ Bradford Soil Conser-i
Local'admittances County : 1 1I
to Bradford ;
: Plus "Shuteye Popeye"CartoonWed. County this vation District will be eornposled 1'I i 50"cents( 'for childrEn : '

] Hospital 'under-12.: I I I- : : .. ..
of Carl Don BrandIes I
: week include: Millard Hanell.lrs. Rhoden : )I .._. .u.. .
1 s 6 j Lillie Mae Wynn, Mrs, 'I Bill Phillips and Wayne Clemens. I

: : ., Thurs...Apr. 3, 4 ;! Frances, L. Pox, Mrs. MyrtleI The contest will. takeplace .I II Health. facts :
I at the University of _
,I Mrs. Leona Dukes Mrs. : I

.. ,. ... ... I| Russell A Spar maI H. M. I Florida in Gainesville, and the '; EVERYONE SHOULD, KJO.W! i III
team will judge: soil. for: its i&
Wasdin and Mrs. Shirley
:, J .
I : !,i Sanders.v: texture organic matter, perm, J ',;.. : ; Counties thousands suffer pain & misery .

I ability slope drainage,, conservation die before their time' because
: Mrs, Hennr Carter of Max- yes even

ble.MiifiroeIClift vile was weekend guest ofMrs. :. practices and! land they did. not 'know'their i insurance policies I 11,1, I

: Effie; Johns, G. W. Baisr; i: clasS Winners. of the state contest, would, pay for, Chiropractic care. ii1 I s: R. c. A. ,
Your has enviable i record
den I Chiropractor
'I and Mrs Martha Holiday: : an .
Jo o( ,Jacksonillc'were Sunday will go to the national contest I restoring health even' after all! other I
; tij "* :
In .
ou production -I--
[ guests. t',|J!! in Oklahoma City. Qkla. I Dr.Brfnngef* methods have failed. ,i -- -E-

Mr. and. Mrs. J. L.. Gentry:" REVIVAL TO START AT I M. E., King M. 0. stateS '" Chiropractor; ; is doing f fi COME SEE; ": COME REGISTER( COME QfTEN.

: lUiehli! ha4 J as. their guest over the 1 I PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS i work that Medicine cannot 'do. He belongs in a.'I No Obligation. ,- : i !.

: weekend. their, daughter, Miss ,, class with' Specialists.. To: Be Given, Away. Wed., AJril.17th-'8:00, P. M. ,

; A. Vida Jean GentrY, of, IA-, !j Revival. services will start, at"Take, tHe' short 'cut.'to' he Ithand see your Chiropractor';'
E1iach renceville Ga. and Hoist the Pentecostal Holiness
i first. The Boiling t'Chiropractic Clink is. located at:
J M M W Beale of.Macon. Ga.. Church\ en April 7 and continue IMPER'tAtl
:: saert! b 1 MOT MLIcr! fralcd. ffa\\ L layk d dJhciedty\ y1kI ikton Miss Marian' Pennell of.I .[ for two weeks, with, Jer1ardenbrook j 426 N. Walnut Street, Sta ke, Fla. i, I Station.

: Relmed tug0Unted, : Artists I.I B t.on..ss." returned! home. originally from' Brwg.,rpor: Health, Problems To '

I vL after spending, several_ weeks ,Starke, preaching: nightly.. The Bellinger Chiropractic, Clinic "Penny For Penny 100 Octane Imperial thyl Is Ypur) ; Best Buy" ,
\ w tti. her brother-in-law, and .There will be, prayer for: the .
Plus "Anatole"r-Cartoon U. S..301 N. CITY
4 -4 1* siter. Mr, and Mrs! J, L. Gen\!side tn Rj1 services,--David. T.: 426 N. Walnut Street' Starke, Fla. STARKE, FLA. !

T I try. McGhee.. ,, pastor. .4 jl : t tf
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j Garden Club I I Junior Woman's Club, 8 p. "THE DIXIE PIXIE"i I 271 S. Orange
m-, club house. i

Making Plans Eastern Star 8 p.m. Masonic I

I yi t Temple.
For Flower ShowThe '
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Starke Garden Club is ::'4. Starke Elementary PTA
I making further plans for their ;, "" ,.' .
.7 ....< ,.- r 7:30 pjn. Cafetorium.
fifth annual flower show 5. "a: : : Southside Elementary PTA l'

which will be April 27-28 in i I 7:30 pjn.. Cafeteria. Mon. 8 thru Sat. 13
the Starke Woman's Club au Joe And Rosemary Daurer Floyd Baker 1J ; I April April !

, I III ditorium. The club met Mon- Mar. 3 I
i. I' Eves it $:30 Wed. tnd Sat. Mats at 2:00 i
day night for their March UD.C., 3:30 pjn. home of
Old Time Vaudeville Show
II ds meeting, V. Hazen.at the home of Mrs.V Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar. ONLY CITY IN FLORIDA WHERE THIS

Mar. 4
Mrs. Vernon Smucker flower -

show chairman, announcedher 1 *** Exec. Brd. Starke Woman's I
I committees and distributed Coming Saturday fit* Club, 3:30 p.m. club house. GM LEA
the schedules. Mrs. R.'F.

I Young committee, chairman, explained of the' schedule the- u Recent BirthsMr. DRAKE ']!! I

rules for the show. A questionand An Old Time Vaudeville be, seen in, their hit comedy and Sara Lou Wells, with a and Mrs. Bill L. Har- ': $ .OetDY V [I
answer period followed. Show .that was,presented several pantomime to "The Tennessee clown act and Charleston I rington, Jacksonville, an. 1 ; Y I

I Amateur growers in this area' weeks ago to a sell-out Waltz" which was a high- number. Uk flounce the birth of a daughter ; \JCYF9o :

Kay Hart To Wed are invited to participate in audience in Melrose will come light of the Rotary Club min- Music for the productionand Shannon Marie, on March t : !
the Horticulture and Educa- to the BHS. auditorium this strel several years ago. 16, in St. Vincent's Hospital. I

Ronald Crawford I|i tional Divisions while only Saturday night at 8 o'clock. Joe will also) do a ventriloquist specialty numbers will be The paternal grandmother is I! & t\tHARlES VICTOR -I

Garden Club members may Featured performers are well- act with his sidekick, provided by a combo composed r Mrs. Gladys Harrington of :

Mrs. William Herbert Hart participate in the artistic arrangement known amateur artists of :"Joey O'Toole," and a varietyof of George Massa, Tom Starke. : UlcBSOIHElSON I

announces the engagement of classes. Informa- Keystone Heights and Mel- magic stunts. Garnar, and Janet Lamm of Bradford County Hospital I Iann .I

her daughter, Kay, to Ronald j show tion regarding had rules of the iRosemary will do a softshoe Keystone Heights, Bill Sheri- I unces the following'I; MAIL ORDERS NOW! .1
may be toy calling rose.The births: I
Odam Crawford, son of Mr j production is being routine with Gena Massa. dan of Green Cove Springs,
Mrs. Smucker, Mrs. Young or Mr. and Mrs. Norris N. Fen- icu: Men. thru Thun. Iw.,. end Set. Ma .-1rt Orch. end leas $S.let !
and Mrs. Zary Crawford, all I i Mrs. Bill Costello, chairmanof staged for the benefit of the and Joe Daurer and Gil Allenof I ; '. .'.,.' \:' nell, Starke, a son, Gene Kevin tad Orch.! $4.50; Bute. Ji.OO, $2.00. Fri. end Sat. Ev.s.-lit Otch. .*< lSH I
of Starke Miss Hart is the I entries.A building fund of the proposednew Other featured performerswill Melrose. ', I March 20. $6.00; 2nd Out. $:.00; Bale. $4.00, $3.00. W.d. Mat.-ltt Ofch. end )gee I
: $4.50 :lId Ore*. $3.50 BeK. $3.00, $2.00.
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daughter of the late William'fI plea to attract more Woman's 'Club of Key- be: Nancy! Hendry, witha Tickets are on sale at the Vk( '. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn W. Mc-
I birds to this area was made Mail orders accepted-Send check: or money order to lax Citric: 1
M. Rae, Starke a daughter, Wen-
Herbert Hart. j I stone Heights. medly of George Cohan I Bradford County Telegraphand d ::
f Auditorium Florida and enclose addressed
by conservation chairman ;,. dy Carann. March 23. Jacksonville, self ,
The bride-to-be and bride-! The well-known team of Baker tenor I will : ,> f
Miss Dorothy Ross. Several .songs; Floyd ; be on sale at the door stamped cntelooe. Please make sure to advise uhkh performanceyour
Mr. and Mrs. James Rowe,
attended Bradford I Joe and will I torch for ticket is %a. Mail orders now and get best seats available. ;
groom-elect types of bird feeders and Rosemary Daurer Mary LaRue singer; $1 each. Tommy Garnar Starke, a son, March 27. k I

County High school and'graduated j I houses were displayed by Mrs.V I I t I .!t

in 1961. Both are currently V. Hazen. They may be Parties Given BPW Members i Rev. Hebert J I
attending Brigham ;\ secured from her Miss Ross I I, i

Young University in Provo,i also explained the rules for For Elaine Harley, Meet At Home I ,

Utah, where they are sophomores the Strawberry Festival plan- BrideElectMiss Of Mrs. Dyal Resigns From :

cation. and majoring in edu- ned Planting by the petunias Starke Merchants.throughout First Baptist HAVE FUN AT STARKE MERCHANTS' STRAWBERRY

Elaine Harley, whose Mrs. Ruth Frazier and Mrs.
the city for winter beautification -
Wedding plans will be an- ;
marriage to Dick Besteder Desta Dyal were hostesses last i ,
I of Starke was decided ,I
nounced later.Birthday will be an event cf April 5, Thursday night to membersof Rev. Leo A. Hebert, pastorof I I If
on and a lengthy dis-
has been the inspiration for the Starke BPW Club at I the First Baptist Church, ':

Party cussion tification of project the highway followed.An : beau-. several delightful parties. Miss I ,the home of Mrs. Dyal onj I.submitted his resignation as : .f

B. Harley is a student at John- Hampton Lake. j pastor at the regular Prayer J j
For invitation from M.
Randy ChittyMrs.
son Bible College, Kimberlin During the business session, ; Meeting service on Wednes-I
Jordan to visit the slat green- Heights, Tenn. and the wedding presided over by the president day, March 20. The resigna-
Randal enter- houses at the State Prisonon
Chitty .
will be held in the chapel Mrs. Bea Farber, plans tion was accepted by the s b ;. I
tained at a delightful birth- April 20 was accepted. Ii
there. were made to attend the next membership upon unanimous
afternoon Those wishing transportationmay
party Saturday On Thursday' evening,March meeting of District 3 in St. recommendation of the deacons -
from three to five o'clock for I call the president, Mrs.E. i;
7, the Ladies Council of. the Augustine with the Hastings '
her son Randy, who was celebrating T. Prevatt, !
First Christian Church' gave Club as host; also to attend In his notice of resignation
Mrs. T. B. Harding, Mrs. J
his sixth anniver-
an "absentee" linen I and kit- Legislation Day in Tallahassee Mr Hebert gave 30 days no- :
and Mrs. Garl I
Paul Raymond
sary.Games chen shower for Miss Harley. and BPW Day at the Flor- !I tice, but it was decided that I
were" in the Mathews were elected to the '
played The party was held in the ,ida School ,for Girls in Ocala.; he would be relieved of all j ,
I Chitty yard on Searing Street, nominating committee. church Fellowship'hall following ?These,- events will be held inApiiL duties 'eff t1ve March 20 so.. f
and prizes were awarded to The Hazen home was attractive .1.- that his time would be free ,
their council meeting, .
Monica Jo Row, Stand Red- for the meeting, carrying j 1
Della to look for 1i
with circle one members as I Mrs. Farber and Miss a new pastorate. i
dish, and Bruce Tucker. The out the, Easter theme in i
hostesses.The r Rosenberg reported on the He and his family will remain I
boys received favors of toy the decorations and refresh- refreshment 'was i Leadership Conference which in the pastorium here for 30 j
i helicopters, and the girls were ments. Pastel spring 'flowers table l they attended recently in I days, however 14eI \<
!r given miniature Debbie dolls. were placed vantage points, ..covered with a'_white linen f 1
All received party blowers'andTballoons. j I Ir throughout. The tea table was cloth: c centered with"'au. arrangement :- Leesburg. This was conducted for the !,' business Wednesday, meeting will for beheld I FRIDAY SATURDAY APRIL

r covered by an imported cut- of red and white by Miss Rosenberg I'' the April 3, 1 I 5TH, 6THJUDGING .
Florida Federation. purpose of appointing a I.
seasonal .
cloth and centered withan flowers.,
served work
Refreshments -
f were Mrs Ruby Johns, club legislation f pulpit committee to: seek a;;
arrangement of iris, azal- The Masonic Hall was the
1 in the dining room from an '
chairman, reported on i new pastor for the church. :
and pink and blue drift- setting for lovely miscellaneous
attractively appointed table eas a a
activities of the newly organi i, Services last Sunday were;
which was covered with a red wood Easter tree from which shower for Miss Harley
\ ized Civic Roundtable which : in charge of the youth, as a\
I linen cloth. Centering the I hung small baskets of tiny on Friday evening, March 22. she and Mrs. Farber attended climax to Youth Week. Steve : CONTEST FOR BEST
table was a beautiful white I Easter eggs and flowers. An Hostesses'were Mrs.,R. C. Bu-', Edwards served and YI
delegates. as pastor I I
\C' birthday cake decorated in I Easterbunny cake sat peace- ford, Mrs. Walter M. King,I as The nominating committee I devotional comments were : ay
[ green and yellow. At each I fully under the tree surrounded Mrs. Arlen McKnight, .Mrs.i
was appointed with Miss Ros made by Joe Brown, Sue Bal- FLAT OF STRAWBERRIES
eggshaped cupcakes Ned Singletary, Airs., ChesterL. s
end of the table were vases by enberg as chairman and Mrs. lard,' and Lynwood and Terry k a
holding colorful balloons on pastel colors. Wise, Mrs. Gordon P. Odom. Walters
Frazier and Miss Madge
sticks. Mrs. Louise Harden, ,'and Miss "dl ton 'as members. ," 1st Prize . $25
Assisting the hostess in serving THE RIGHT POINT for the Dorothy Alvarez. Senior

1 the 20 little guests were I way you write. Come in and The hall was decorated for Ladies Council Citizens I II I \ 2nd Prize . $15 J

Mrs Drew Reddish and Ran I select your favorite ESTER- the occasion with floor baskets Met TuesdayA | ,

; dy's grandmother, Mrs. E. D. BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- of bridal wreath, azaleas, Met ThursdayCircle I w 3rd Prize . $10
Tenly. GRAPII.i and dogwood. At points of interest covered dish supper was : :
,! were several tables cen- 3 of the Ladies Coun- enjoyed by members of the .
1 All flats entered in Contest will be'auctioned
tered with artistic Senior Citizens Club at their $ a
arrange- cil of the First Christian I 1

t ATTENTION MOTHERS! ments of pansies snapdragons, Church met in the church I meeting in the Woman's Club'': off to highest bidder for benefit of grower.

and azaleas. The refreshment annex last Thursday afternoon house Tuesday night. An enjoyable -'ji, rY .

table was covered with a white for their social and feature of the pro- !K :- p. '.. ,

SPECIAL OFFER ; damask cloth and centered program meeting.Mrs. gram was a group of musical' .m ,

with a handsome arrangementof Pinee Prandler gave numbers played by the "Sis-' 5ty

I i roses and sweetpeas. flanked the devotional, and Mrs. W L. ters of the Skillet" from Key-

} 2 BIG DAYS by two pale pink candlesin Andrews, president, presidedover stone Heights. Bingo, dominoes -, h
silver holders. At one end the business meeting, and dancing were also en-

of the table was a crystal when plans were made for joyed. r 1 S,

MON., TUES., APR. 1ST f:' punch bowl while at the other Communion for the month of The next meeting of the I z

end was a silver coffee ser April- club will be held at 7:30: p.m.

AND 2ND-HOURS: 1 vice. Silver' trays and com- Mrs. Millie Fogg and ,Miss April 9 in the Woman's Club
potes held mints, nuts, and !
Equill Roberts were -
11 A. M. UNTIL 5 P. M.
.. cake squares decorated with for toe afternoon.Kinc.ergarten I
DAILY rose buds. e A t

Buford guests at i if
Mrs. met Show e
Let Us Show You That;,. ? k' the door and presented themto fI DESSERT CONTEST

the receiving line composed '
Maria Priest's1" Kindergartenwill
Beautiful -
Portraits Are of Mrs. D.; B.Harley, mother present "Goldie Locks and I aiK ,, SI

Not Expensive. ; of the bride-elect and Miss the hree Bears" Friday nightat 1st Prize $15
744 d -
Alvarez. Mrs King kept the 'I'O o'clock in the BHS

guest book.' Mrs. McKnight I audit rium., The public is invited -
No Age Limit \ Mrs. Odom .and .Mrs. Single- i iI 2nd Prize - $10 .
tary invited guests to the gift .
i tables and served as floor !
Complete Satisfaction Guaranteed : hostesses. Mrs. Harden presided Esterbmk Cartrldre and l J MONf OS WHITS PfitfcAK "
i ; 3rd Prize -. $5
Fountain Pens $1-85 $2.95 : -
I at the punch bowl, and -I WAtSfi f 'ft f0* t:
Mrs. Wise
poured coffee. I
l ARE ORDERED.Get bride-to-be a 45 piece Boon-I The Same Judging to be held( at 2:30 P. M. Satur day, April 6th at old Starke Hotel vacant

your choice of one beautiful 11x14 or 8x10 SilI I I tonware memento service of the for occasion.eight? -as a lot. Contact Your County Agent or Home Demonstration Agent for comPlete

; vertone Portrait of any member of your family. DELICIOUS BAR-B-Q

A selection of Camera Studies will UDC To MeetThe ; details of contests. "

be made for 'our approval. Two **or Only I BUT ANEW ,

members of your family may use C W. T. Weeks chapter

this offer. Groups $1.00 extra for UDC will meet Wednesday j LOCATION ,Special-Friday, April 5 FREE Entertainment

each additional person. Discount on lernoon.. April 3, at 3:30 o' .

i all additional clock at the home of Mrs.

Clyde Terwillegar with Mrs. Thomas far BhON FREE .. SATURDAY, APRIL 6
; -g
Roberts of DaytonaOur Ruby Johns as co-hostess. I PINT STRAWBERRY ( BHS Band Concert

a i j-
Plus Small Executive BoardThe : IN OPERATION AT
nationally; known I Contest JudgingSheriff's :

photographer will be at HandlingCharge executive board of the II I i STAURANT With each $5 (or over) pur. t h Posse ;

Starke Woman's Club will LAWTEYPHONE .,'< -
I I VAN H. PRIEST meet Thursday afternoon, chase in most Starke stores. Country Music Jamboree

Monday andTuesday April 4, at 3:30: o'clock at

I the club, house. 7823775WE '.
Starke Merchants

5c to '$1.00 Stores Apr. 1st & _2nd Elks Supper SERVE RESTAURANT STYLE ., .

Starke, Fla. Elks Lodge No. 1802 will OR TAKE IT OUT Cordially Invite You To ... This Fun-Filled Festival

have a chicken supper and PORK 1 'CHICG '?' AtHf"' -
No Coupon N'ecessar-TeU Your Friends;
special WILL
meeting Friday evening BARBQYour
About This Offer
at 7 o'clock 'in the Elks Meat

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balance of $500 in the maintenance i I toi
j1 Fair Association Rotary Hears f! i' 10 Woods Fires
fund. $1450 in reserve '
.J I
Board Refuses
I N ',Officers 'AreReelected : j for paying interest on Student Council J ,Are Recorded HEAD FOR CITY FISH -- FOR
the 'bond issue and $337 in COUNTYAGEMT
, \ I the general fund. President Speak J WITH >. >. ,. i
I r .y 1. Y.r. >i
In other business transacted i I To Accept PlatI acres Ten burned wild were fires reported with 256.7 by REALLY BIG! ; FO f1

; All, officers of the Bradford at this meeting the. asso-1 I Freeman Register III, pres- : I YOUR .;
Florida Forest Service headQuarters
r County Fair Association were elation: i ident of the Student Council [Continued From Page ,1] in Bradford County
're-elected to serve another Set Oct., 30 as the. tentative ![ at Bradford High School, I
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year at the; organization's annual date for the ,1963 fair; i spoke at the Rotary Club ', board that the county could: s ; >L during the past week.
. meeting held last Fri- Named Ted Oglesby., Curtis''' Wednesday on the topic |I not cross the' county line to Since Jan. 1 there have

, ," day night at the new fair i Marlowe, and John Simpson'' "From Adolescence to Adulthood j construct a portion of road In : : been 46 fires with 428.4 acres
Clan County in order to improve j burned, as compared with 92
building. : to serve on the booth committee : through Student Coun I I jI :
.t. Re- : cil." l a road to serye. property : >. fires and 617.6 acres burned
lected unanimousvote .
. Appointed Z. W. Hamilton The speaker pointed out the ,owners in an area east of during the same period last
R. E. McIntire
'40- were:
of the committee increasing responsibility that Lawtey. The road requested .i f, t,
chairman :
president: AVJ.J: Thomas 'Jr., as I l I'
t, "vice president; G. Hugging; to,, investigate costs of constructing is being given students at i starts in Bradford,' but curves j rain was recorded at
executive ., a "pole barn" to use BHS in running the student j into Clay for a distance I any of the county's three fire
vice president :
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for poultry and swine at the i iI affairs. He described some of''I of 1,600: feet before returning! BvGeorge towers during the week ending FRYERS LB. C
Q ore> Pierce, secretary; and ,,
in to make''' the issues which to Bradford.to reach the.hom.Ies 5 T.
I nest fair order important on Monday.
Bill .Eppa:S, treasurer. I I RED HOTSAUSAGE
room for cattle in the live- ': the Student.Council has taken of Flynn and Cecil ,'Starr' i HugginsBIG
The election was preceded stock building; I. action this year, and also ling. w FIRST PRESBYTERIAN LB.
by a fish fry served to all ,
Dis cussed, better lighting for '! discussed its Importance as a'I I CHURCH

I mem holding-. a 1963 mem- : the parking area at the fairground '' connecting link between the I Radio Station STRAWBERRY! .1' Q1' popularity' of this crop. Can !: II. Walton Grady, Minister SMOKED
bershjp cardTreasurer ,
I ,,- *;* students and faculty. ,r GRAM coming April 6. This is you visualize an afternoon: and I SAUSAGE LB.
Epps made an Accepted an offer by Zedra County Agent G. T, Hug- i Changes Hands another demonstration-'of the evening with strawberries in i Week of March 31-April 6t:

_encouraging report showing a_ Hamilton to furnish Bahia gins also spoke briefly, urg- interest of our businessmen iff':; all sorts of disguise displayedall Sunday Sunday School, SPARE RIBS LB.

., ': grass seed for planting the I II Ii ing the business people to : Continued From Page 1] our agricultural 'prog im and: along Call Street? The 9:45: a.m. Morning Worship,

r Fente-'Posts: Poles Rte: |I i fairgrounds support the Strawberry Fes- .. in bringing pe.ople.into this :-street would be fenced off anda 11 a. m. Junior Choir and PORK LIVER LB.
1 on WPXE last night that his I Youth Fellowship, 6 Evening -
** PreswmVCreosoted'' I I, tival being sponsored b y I general shopping area. I t string banj would put every [ pjn. SMOKED
1 Is not chain i
a operation. He i Worship, 7:30: p.m.
Starke merchants on April 5- 1 Strawberriewhl1: really, be bcdy into action. This wouldreally
To Last a Lifetime AN OLD FRIEND I will be a local businessman l''. Monday- Study for church
6. Huggins said this could the talk and taste of the tour } be a time to select a 1 PICNICS LB
SOUTHERN WOOD WITH A NEW NAME I and intends to make his home < i workers, 7 pm. .
well be the start of an annual on this Saturday: afternoon.'i I STRAWBERRY BLONDE as SMOKED
PRESERVING CO. DIAL 1490'' celebration that would bring I in Starke permanently. Growers are being ask.to:exhibit -" the band played on. i I Wednesday-Visitation 7 p.
.... WPXE Staffers formerly with WR- 'm.il r
Baldwin Fla. widespread publicity to Brad- one flat of strawberries'in 'We'hope this program on BACON - LB.
"TilE DIXIE, ?- FIXIE- ford County's strawberry in- GR remain with the new 'I competition for the First !' April 6 will be a challenge to j il Thursday Senior Choir By The Piece .
I owners with the exception of' awardJCash # practice 7::30 pm.I .
businessmen and
dustry. second or third ash strawberry
I" I The program was in charge Jim Hollingsworth, who .recently a ward r for the number;I growers to make it a big thing. I Friday Session Meeting,

Prepared for Fla. Soils! :, of Freeman Register Jr. resigned to accept em- one twelvepint'flat of berries |j Each"group needs' the other 7:30 p.m. =
ployment with i Work BEEF OVER--I
Liberty Day
Nation- 'Saturday-Men's
QGroTone will be..$25. Cash award group. With our entire county 3 lBS
Gro.T one, Pellets j j Insurance. .Co., for,,number* two will .be $15.1! working together for the promotion i I| 8 am. .

1962 County and, for Dumber}; three $10. All I and progress of our FOR SALE FRESH GROUND

for a lovelier lawn! :Accident TollIs UF Student other exhibits, will. be.sold. at: county we can accomplish i
I sleets a premium price. I!'great things. We maintain IA IBURGER = 00END
loca- -
Excellent business
Feed your lawn GRO-TONE ; Released .Hurt In WreckProperty At least the first three flats that agriculture is first place I .

PELLETS the complete ,=: will be auctioned off to the in the. economy of our coun- tion. 200 ft. on Hiway 301
Nine persons were killed and, damage of close to 't and that directly CUT "
: person willing to pay the top ty agriculture -
food that lasts .
BR old
plant N. includes 3
118 injured in highway accidents $1,000 and injuries to a Uni- price, There is i already a $10.. affects more people than year I.- *

months. c longer. : ,'', is cleaner .",' i' in Bradford County during -! iversity of Florida student resulted bid for the number one ,flatli! t any other single enterprise. house. $11,000. $50.0 down, CllOPS----
and can be spread? much 1962 according! to the annual from two highway: accidents If we get an additional, bid. APRIL 6 IS STRAWBERRY 1
report of the Florida Department here f'DAY $85 per mo. Or house with
faster. Sunday and Mon- raising this just one dollar : IN BRADFORD COUN- ROLL
of Public Safety. day. I we will sell the blue ribbon i it :TY. We want to spread the ,100 ft.. frontage, $10,000.
A total af 172 accidents were John Erving Edgar Day, UP.t'flat 'for $36. Wonder if ,this I strawberry gospel far and : SAUSAGE MEAT
Ideal For Flowers Trees Shrubs
Call 964-8611. -
reported in the county daring student, received deep. lacer-I will'.be a record price fore a I widq, i tfchg
: the year, and the mileage death! ation of chin and lips when 1 flat bf Bradford County strawberries : I

And Vegetables '''rate (number of deaths per 100 the 1963 Volkswagen he Shad I, ? i il' _. '
:million vehicle miles traveled)I I received from his parents as a Growers will be askefl' to i. STEWING HENS -- LB.19c

i was 8.7.Union. graduation present, slammed register their enry by 4 'pm.-.--'

We Have An Amazing Spreader. I i County had only one'i into the rear of a 1954 Ford| April 5. The strawberries will WORl-SAVING{ STARCH
fatality, 30 injuries, 56 acci I i coupe on U.s. 301 North about]'tie brought into the place of '

For Rent When You ,Buy Your :dents, and a mileage death rate:' 4 a.m. Monday. : exhibition by 2:30: pm on _
of 49. f :, Frank Green, Starke Negro the big STRAWBERRY DAY. 'I<>'M. SOUTHERN POUND CARE4c -
GRO-TONE Clay County reported three I was on his way toork' in FOR THE STRAWBERRY ii': ::
;fatalities. '226 injuries, 231 accidents Gainesville when struck:from ,WIVES there will be a dessert : '; .. ,
It's Fast-Accurate Dependable Tapered I and a mileage death behind by Day. The Florida contest. The lady folks will I -;: >'," r4\

Edge Gives Even Spread Prevents !rate of 3.7. Highway Pat r ol 'reported. ,! be asked ;to exhibit any pro- i I IUHHM/ NUB .f:
I Lawn Streaking. : Baker County had four fa- Green's speed at 25 mph, and 1,duct that might be made from 'f -", ........-;-."",-<:;;;..,""=-' 2' 9 CI
talities, 75 injuries, 84 acci-I Day's at 60. The report said 1 STRAWBERRIES This will Special Ingredient,Indra'endi"sticky ironing" '. :_: !
S ASK FOR DETAILS dents, and a mileage death rate Day evidently did not see the include cake and pie.. I-envy prevents ,yellowing-makes garments scorch-resistant. < VALUE

I .. ,of 11.4. slow-moving car ahead in 1 the judge, for this; event")( I I,
) time to avoid a collision The I This is, an activity that can. I l
Open 7 day a week 6 a. m. 10 p. m.
student applied brakes and E-2
ALSO I be the beginning of the ,return
:Funeral skidded 51 feet before 1 r
Friday crash- of a big STRAWBERRYCELEBRATION
;. ing into the rear of Green's'! Seems'like it Starch I

I : FEED AZALEAS AND For Mrs. Silcox I car. The Negro escaped with 'f would. be petty good Jo!j :have QONQ 4TMTio

I out injury. andran, evening I
an afternoon \
i' Mrs. Belle Hall Siicox. 79, I I : .
I CAMELLIAS NOW Damage to the Volkswagen during strawberry harvest '' '
::., died Wednesday afternoon in I| was about $350 and the Ford I season.. to really, ., climax 'the. WE STOCK A' COMPUTE LINE QFbROCERlfS
\4 Jr 1
"< 4 14
v Tyus Convalescent Home after i about $100. : ..,
: : WITH GRO-TONE an extended illness. She : Day was charged with fail !
i ure to have vehicle under 607 Brownlee Phone 9691093your
!. was born in Bradford County 1 I Glen Ford:
control. '
I t I'. Azaleas, camellias and other acid loving plants will on Jan. 14, 1884 and had lived No injuries were sustained I t!Shirley Jbnes l 1 .

benefit from GRO-TOXE Plant Food especially pre- here most of her life. Sunday afternoon when a 1951 ; r

pared for Florida soils. Also for Hollies, Hydrangeas Surviving are one halfsister 1 Ford pick-up driven by Mrs. I!At Fla. Theatre 1

Magnolias, Dogwood and Palms. Mrs. Rebecca West of I Elizabeth Smith Testone. collided I I I Does .fcihighlyaligible./ .i. 1. i gentleman -I Keep engineyoung engine parts so clean, so friction-free, you can save

t Holly Hill; a nephew, WilliamH. i i with a 1963 Ford pick-up I l: [Glenn Fordl; :prefer, up to 1 gallon of gasoline in every 8! Save on repairs -

r Morgan of La 1.eY. and at the intersection of Highways ,I a, charming blonde [Shirley I r with ,too.Easy-going?If you want to swing through

ltl 4iPe4tOoDwtCHL4rCALCO. four nieces in Jacksonville. 100 and 235 west of Starke. I I I Jones], a ,radian; )Bedhead: \ ; ;, spring with your whole car humming happily, get
According to the Highway 'OWl IUI nTn D
Funeral services will be I I! .1(Stella StevensJ?, or a; delectable R' Q"" 's Standard'sSprmgCertifiedCar-Clbeck.
held at the graveside in Dyal i Patrol, Mrs. Teston started to I brunette [Dina Merrilll]? rl', ,,'U, un. '
Cemetery at 11 am. Friday I turn left onto 235 at the same oflesperttyKYS01ubricate.From bumper to bumpCIeanYouprobablyneversawamachineasdean -
i when
with Rev H. Walton Grady I time the pick-up truck behind AndJ'' what happens et, Standard remembers so you can forget Then
GARDEN & PET i the gentleman's young son
officiating. Arrangements are I her, driven by R. C 1 [IRonny Howard) decides towage as your engine after a few easy-going> miles with we give you a written record.Ready You're next!
Barield of Butler, Ga., startedto
539 E. Call St. Phone 961-3965 1 in charge of DeWitt C. Jones pass. I, a no-holds-barred campaign RPM Motor Oils.These new deposit-free oils keep STANDARD OIL COMPANY KENTUCKY)
Funeral Home.
r The pick-up, slid 137 feet I and personally select
: father's new
his widowed
in freshly laid limerock on
II I; the SR 100 construction job,I 1 bride?I ', :J TTrI
: striking the left rear end 'of t 'This'is: the 'heart-warming 1'_, -

I A the $51 Ford andspinnins it I theme of Metro-Goldwyn-. __ i__ -u j_
Stranger ., ': dt went 1 Mayer's !''hewkst "comedy-dra- 6 I
., around so that backward yc .:_ _
I into the ditch. i I I ma. "The' Courtship of Eddie's _
I.[ 1 Due to conditionof the!i Father," playing' Sun day,
highway and lack pf signs t' Monday, and Tuesday: .. March
In Your Midst? during construction work no 31 and April 1 and,2, at 'the 1

I charges were made against I.Florida Theatre: Filmed in .

either driver. i Panavision ti _
t vie vwas produced! byv Joe Pas. 'f
Not, any longer, after the welcome that we received MAYOR COURT I ternak with- a wide range of

I interesting settings; including -

from you our friendly neighbors, at our "Open Major Randal Chitty hada :I attractively: styled New York _:

short session in Starke apartments the'radio" broadcasting ____ '
House" in your area this past Saturday and Sunday. Mayor's Court Tuesday night t station\ 'a farmhouse __ tzxr# }s'g

I when only nine cases appeared 1 1in Connecticut; a 'bawling: 'alley ,
to be heard In the first: sequence the penny-ar-
court held in the newly com-I cade, a festive New Year's: ,I rri4 4's

pleted police room in the city:| Eve party' sceneknd'aGreenwich ,-

hall.There t[ Village' nightclub in s R F
were two cases for I'which Stell Stevens gives a
Please accept our' Personal "Thank You" public intoxication and one rousing performance. or. theI '

\, each for unlawful speed, reckless -I I drums: ,
from all of us to you ,who came and you who I driving by improper take ; Young, Howard, who plays -

couldn't.V.e enjoyed our informal visit with off, reckless driving by un-, Glenn Ford's son and who >, r
laWful speed, resisting arrest,.!f also "plays"a big'pm in selecting -
'r you, and you have a standing invitation to" failure to have vehicle under; his. father's movie E.
control and causing accident, wife win b familiar to ;the
:: visit us any time.. Ask to see Country Club driving while intoxicated and}' audience"as! "Opie," Andy .

disorderly conduct ,by doing, Griffiths' son on his weekly
Heights, it's a prestige address of fine residential i.- bodily harm. I 'ze;; vision series.jTT.'asGenicsayi. + r.L

properties, the pride of Palatka, and I + ?
!, all built by Azalea. If you are planning to :

build now or later, just call us collect and: rs

.,....we'll be right over. It's on the house. J :* THOSE 1



: Azalea Construction Co. bc.DAY 1.L .4A: USEDid i.k s r

you know that 99 out ef J'OO hotel and restaurants. In the

United States DM gag for cdtMug Why is gas their cfroice?
CALL 2508 Crill Aye. NIGHT CALL
Chefs. who are responsible for preparing good food knowthat

325-2050 (Gainesville Highway,32S1238) ,. gas brings out the goodness and appetizing'appearance. .
of food and they know It's faster, cleaner, more dependableand F **' i '
;; more economical. Isn't It logical'thai you ihobld twitch

Natural CM
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yyyivyyyyi'B1tessfl1w i' Band Meet ccn'tesT fiou Stake are: "egister with the Clerk of the :i< Jarnes'If: ftamble "and i half of Block 6. 157 feet; line'of! Xi"rn Grand :r a. ,

:: ) \Circuit Coji.rt, nan. \, fOJ; Bradford ;- I 1 I Margaret Gamble, his wife, thence 71 degrees West of distance "i i,S feet t.. 11"
.- f g*l I\IdJorrtle---Cugki' Mathews. OoBDJjY Florida upo n' receipt Defendants. ;i North 105: feet to West line of,, p- fnt, of i>e ; riiiittK! ; tii.ne; :
,. Twirling enafcinb'lerCookie of poof of publication of ,j I .NOTICE OF SUIT said :Northeast Quarter of cantJhu, ak! ng't t .,_ HomeDemonstration. y/ :J Is Termed: : Mathews. Janet ..Ha'hIyijir.- j this', notice the fictitious name*!!|.i THE STATE OF FI.qRITo,- Southwest Quarter; thence" of 103 Twf to a point;:
,'" < !('.! W.4 YXE'S CPERETTE, nn- :|i, James H. Gamble, Residence South 307 feet tb point of beginning ]| thence at right angle In' ani
riett Harper, Becky DinkI S, der, whjch I am ensaged tn'''[I Unknown.- :Margaret Gamble; 'i,I the parcel, thus'i easterly direction run 100 feet
Dy.l1rs.! O.. E. Crosby. Big Success Joann Scott. arid Loraine' De-.. bOsraess at- 671 West Madison, :, Residence Unknown. bounded being a portion of'I 1 to a pAmt ; thence at right
: Caro. '- St. Stark, Floridnt: ,,,I You are hf'rwIY notified that I i i the West Half of Block ( angles run in a Southerly di.
.A Cecil: L Douglas, 915 Raiford a suit has helied against, South, Range 4 West of Simon ret'ion) paralVI to Eat line
Bradford High School:: $ Urnlr-t. trio ,Johnny Head:Starke, Florida, sole own yon: in the aboye entitled cause; :: J. Temples Subdivision! and of North Grand:; Street a distance
We had a wonderful attendance ,-, Scott, ''Steve 'Edwards,. wandJimr1yIIwp and thai you are required situated in the" Southwest: of 100. feet to a poidt:
Notes last Sunday night to band was rated excellent in r er.Dated this inth: day of. March file your answer with the Clerk Corner of Northeast. Quarter thence at right angies run iq\: :
4 _-i. hear Zvbda. } !; i"Trumpet' A IT.-It i S3At J: Mark*; Bradford of this Court, ar.d to serve' a' << of' Southwest, Quarter' T>f. a Westerly direction 100 feet
Rev. E"eIiorie e-n-- all three of. marching,
areas tiio i -, Topl }1c- County, Florida. 1 copy thereof upon the plaintiffor Section 21, Township 6 South, ::: to th* point of beginning, all' I.

By Dorothy? Ross '1: .joyed the mes'sare. sight reading, ana' concert. in Manus, Billy Dean Thompson, .:-Ii Yt 44 plaint' !'" attrneyVhQ e Range 22 East,, Bradford lying and being in Section 21,
The Auxiliaries o! the r. *'""" -. name and address Isf William County Florida and contain Township 6 "South, Range 22 !
Home Demonstration Agent. I If church met Monday nigh forth the ,N inth. Distript: Band} ( F s- and "Bobby' White. ix THE cor.vrrOOtRT JEflGE'S.. C. Guthrie Jr. and. Arthur T. 'g 31/100" of an 4cre Piui't utlees Kast. Bradford County. Flor I
lival held here last, Saturday; Trumpet solo- Donald" Sal-., OP" D HAD FORD opne 102: Florida Title Build ; ida. ;
: j jStrawberry 'regular monthly meeting .. azar. COBXTY, FLORIDA IX PRO. ing,1: Jacksonville 2, Flo>'ida', nof< Excepting. from the above .dc- Witness my hand and the seat :
.. with 44 in attendance., The according tq Bandmaster El- B.\TE. later than April 22. A.D., l63. / scribed lands the': following' of said Court at Srsrke Florida, "
Trombone sow Jimmy Jon- IXlEEgtate of I> U you fail to do 86. decree i parcel .of land: ". this 18 day of March AJ>. un
returns.: Brotherhood served delicious. den Mathews.Twentyone. es., t' Jasper Wilson Bedenbaugh, pro confeso will be entered, Commence at SVf Corner of. CHARLES A. hARRY,
For those who haven't filed refreshments.' ,: schools arid deceased. : against you for the relief demanded ,1 NEH of SW i Section 21, i Clerk of the Circuit Court

their returns now is a good Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nor- Clarjnet, r \artet... .-. :Cathy, NOTICE OF FILING PETITION In.theT complaint" Township 6 South, Range 22 :!> By Janet N. Carter,
in '
1.196 students participated Myrickr PhillU Haddock. Ber- FOR FINAL DISCHARGE i The nature of said suit being'I East and run' 230 feet along Deputy Clerk. ,
time to check records care man and Mr. and Mrs. Gor- ; OF ADMINISTRATRIX I;I the foreclosure of mortgage Hast side of County Graded 3-21 4t 4-11
Jones and the contest, Mathewsand said, nadette, Sot,-., .,an: d U .JtobbieEberie. encumbering: the following described Road for point of be&"innins'l: "
fully for contributions, taxe, don. daughter! visit.- ' TO ALL WHOM IT LAT COJfCER.Vj -
j I II the BHS cafeteria served -, ;-- f: ", property situate i n :i thence continue North along :I-
ed Mrs. Rachel in :
!interest, and medical expenses !I Green I) Notfca: ts hereby liven that Bradford" County Florida: said East side' of Couity I
\ I to make sure that all allow Brooker.last. Sunday afternoon ]i around 1,100 meals and : T have filed my final returns as !I 'Tho &'' certain lot, blocks,1! Graded Road 75 feet; thence'
'i Starke: FFA ', administratrix of the estate of ; pieces! or parcels of land situ-!I South 71 degrees'East 100 fat,
able deductions are ; .! took in nearly. $2,000 during i iI [ .
ate. lying and being in the thence South 75 feet, thence
Check these pointers be- I Mr. and Mrs. Leo Richardson I j I the 'Pfof. ", ;" Jasper, Wilson Bedenbaugb. de- ] 7oz9S
day Sf ceatefl; that I have: ,, filed, Toypetitfon City .Starke. Bradford Coun- | North 71 Degrees West 100
fore filing your return [1] If and,children of Fairbanks: 'I; "This was. themost successj j I I Cp? _1 1i for.. final discharge, and' i! ty Florida and more particularly to point of beginning:

are' filing own return -; were Saturday night 'g.ists of ;I i In Dairy i Judging that, L will apply to"thQ Ifonprf! ;I described! as follows,, to- Also; eJl'eptingtrom: the, first
you your i'i i j! iu!. contest, the 9th district i j i able, Thrron A. Yawn County I tWIt? : ; described parcel of land< the
make sure you understand Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby,!! has. even held." Mathews stat- :', '? i-.rt'- 4 %,l' >-*, Judpe o!_ Bradford County, One-half acre in the South- ;: following described' lands; CtG$6

; RecipeOne the changes in the income and attended church Sunday. :';. ed. Bandmasters, f the 1 Competing in tho' run-off for Florida., on April*ftln. 1983T"at1JOQ : :( Rt"MtJler of_ the following: :: Commence at the SE corner :
om dsertb'd i of laiid. of the Intersection North
piece to- vof
;; the stat ch mpion judg-i A: M.. for approval, oftheaarae i'I .
and Otis Crawford. 'dairy
Mrs. :
tax law passed' in 1962. Mr. !
of the features of the : ; ; participating schools said the and for final discharge as I wit: Kast-half: of Block I j Grand Street and Michigan ,
Strawbeny Festlva? to be held j This is necessary to avoidccisUy I 1 I and Mrs. Lee Flakes, and Miss,' facilities and meals were ex- .;ing, championship, the Starke! such administratrix of-th estate. South Range 4 West of, Simon Avenue and run in a Nortlu'Ir.' t ,
and penalties if Patricia Crawford of Jackson- jFFA: Cb pter" placed second,be-, of: Jasper Wilson Bedenbatiffh, |!r J. :,.Temples.Subdivision'l of : IT direction along the East ,. -
in Starke. Saturday, April 6, errors I|I cellent and that they "really I< d 'ealted. .' j i i lands at Te'mpka Mills also' :!
will be the Strawberry: Des- underpayments are, made [21. ville were Sunday afternoon enjoyed coming 'Matrices I I,hind' Ocala Saturday at th?! This( llth da>. of March 1U3.' !: all Fraction South of Block 6 NOT J I t Q E. If

ert Contest. Eyeryon: in this Fveryoqe under 65 years of visitors of Mr. and Airs. C. C.'!: said. There are, ;at ,least six i University of Florida, accord MARY .I* WATTERSONTAdmloistratrjx of Range: Southwest in" Northeast Quarter and Ouarjter ',' If your name appears below, our records indicate that you I :

area Is invited to make a dessert ; age who resided in the, United Crosby. j;:i communities in, the district :"ing to" Instructor Curtis :Jlar-: tate of Jasper of Wilson the Bedenbaujh es-1- ; ptrtiuarly"des1IrIhe1! as being more have not !filed your 1963 H mc stead Exemption renewal ap- !

and"'enter it in the con- States and had a gross"in'' Mr- and Mrs. Bobby Crosby j i I where the contest could ,be 'jowe.-. ..deceased.Hollis ;; OIIi .ha1t' acre< In the Southwest plication. By law, the only way r a person can qualify for the !
NQrthPRstQu'art.r "
come of $600 'or'' more during and baby of Gainesville were The Starke Team e composed V. Knight Corner of II
test. Each is limited held but Starke has
person ,, gotten | of Southwest Quart- exemption is to sign and.returi, 1 the application to this office
to one enry prepared by themselves ; 19f must file a federal income visiting Mr. and Mrs. C, C. it four times In'the-last eight I i ii !jpf I kayo Williams; Ronnie Wfl-- Attorney Starke Florida-for Administratrix. i I I er of Section 21. Township 61 j! before 1st '' I

and. the must tax return by APRIL 15. : Crosby, Mr Marie Elixson, i i years and year"was'the'!!tams, George Martin and.alter :?!-}4 tt 4.. i: South., Range 22 Cast. Also be. I II II on or April. of each. ;year. I,
recipe ;
: [3 Put your social security arid Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Odora. scored total'' '. I Rlrt at Southeast corner of New home owners must a ply In person.Emma 'i iI
I; be original. First prize is $15, i second "straight, year it had1'i.ate'Joh i! Block 6 & nth' Of Range 4
second prize $10. and the third)I number on your form 1040 or Elixson Saturday night. !! been, (he here, the bandmas"- of' '663.8"; points compared to, Seali.. i bids'will, XOTICE be received i t'I West of Simon J. Temples' Henry Gibson Hughes 'I

$5. These! are. nice priz $. ,|, 104114] Remember that,,, 'Mr. and MIs. Forrest Cros. ter said. 1670.9--for O aa.) The team won by the City Council of the City I,!I 71\Subdivision degree.Vest' and run to North KflH feet and Vasco Hodge Hamp Cohen I

Bring your entry to the j I acceptable evidence on deductions by were Saturday: night guests Contestants are given rat- 1 a chance to vompeta: In the.run-, of Starve, a.t. the :'City Hall in 1 i! U)' stake: hence Jforth and IS Ray" A. Salazar Vcrgie Flynn f

be for of. Rev. and A. : of the 10 tearnk-in the! Stark, 'Florida.( untlL 7)0.0 o'j j I degrees East 153H feet along Ii J. Kite W. C. Powell
vacant' lot' across fr m the j I should kept, a Mrs. C. Crosby.Mr. ings of superior for top, performance offs top clock PJd.. on Tuesday.' April, 2. 1'ne' of land heretofore ; I

Bradford County Telegraph r.umb'er of years 4-5 years.. and Mrs Lloyd Padgett : and going on-down I state when It won nth place inl|11963, at -which time and -pt lace I!,I sold Iaet to ('. H. Clark to stake; Louis I. Thomas, ., Madie Williams "I

on Call Street, [where the hotel in case your records are audited -, and. family moved into their to EXcfn nt, "good, and fair- :; dairy? judging at the Tampa j licit all bids opened roftyed ant| read Vfttl, aloud.t be. pub-1 on'I! thence South and 71 degrees, Warren E. B1shOp Leona Ella MatthewsM. ) I
!by the Internal Revenue new home this week Fair in FebruarY. ...." East, 176H feet to Tart r>onni Oliver Eugene Pearson E. Roberts i
lowest' followltiff
was'torn down] You must the, rating any band the ten: I I i I dary of 'oaid Block 6 South of i iI
be there by 3 oWcok! Saturday Service.Llisinltctant. Mr.. and Mrs": Everett Pad-- j I or, contestant can, ,. recqiye'. Ocaia will represent Florida;,' 1-;1963 \4-dooc:' sedan, coIr :I) Range 4 West thence South- I: A. O. Myers I; L. Z.. BakercCDvI8" l'
afternoon April. G. in Home JPtt.and. family moved out of I i Those receiving superior' ratings ;JFFA chapters at the National I' sr KrenhOdy;- 'motor,. with with,a, minimum top. i i8 |j.I feet and 18 degrees of Vest 16S j/I Ii Celia Duncan i j ; I 1
Suggestions for Laundering the, McI.aho! se and are living !I which means they will Daily Congress. in Waterloo,i, of 200 hp;and jnaxironm of:j j300hp j i I i said parcel point*of lot of beginning land beIng -; i ii i i Billy Demps : Elmer Thomas ::1

Strawberry Desserts There is so much sickness. ; in Starke. also. participate; in the st t?, r \fa. equipped,with; heavy ,,, situated in the Southeast i!i J. W. Barber ; Norman E. Thomas '
Strawberries may be used m our community that per- Mr. and Mrs. Don Newmanswere 'C \.: 'f duty traj.mIton brakes.' and theater :;: corner of BJock i 6)) South! of. i!! Laura Coy Ernest Phillips
t -- --- flange 4 West of Simon J
fresh or frozen in many ways hai>s we should take a few visiting Mr. and Mrs.' 1.T.TTY .TYTTT.YTT TT _T 'T YY equipped wif h "police. pack-, Temples subdivision of th,. :j Collie Griffis Mary Ann: Smith '

J precautions.D Charles! Newmans in Gainesville age. i i, =.N'orthea Quarter of the| Ormond U. Bonifay David Qunter
. -here are_ a few: In pastry NEWS OF INTEREST T Q COLORED Ont !paz 4door.Ford. sedan i ;
: '
i of Section '
shells with ice cream or heavy .: .i i I.-cawmg bacteria Friday night. ;; with automatic transmission to I 21, Township] South, Range II I, David Tyler Jimmie Green

cream; short. cake$; straw may stay, alive on clothing Mrs Charles Disner and j CITIZENS OF, BRAPjepFUX; COUNTY City be traded Police in.Station.Can be. seen' at !:: 22 East, Bradford County i! Julia Whitney P.. F. Goolsby ",:1 f ,,
i .
and household fabrics even Florida and containing 62/i j Lucile Davis Ruth Laundry Lee
berry ice cream,, in fruit salads daughter of Jacksonville spent > Said City reserves the right to ,
thrugh; home laundering. To (By Elizabeth. Given) accept or reject any or all bids. 100 of an acre more or less. Mamie Davis William Lane '
and fresh fruit cups; as Satuidajr night' with her parents .I except a strip reserved for a i II

a sauce on custards puddings ', curb this family health haze ,, Mr. and Mrs. 'Howard' 1] ..AA&LLAAAAAAAAALAA.&AALALALALAAAAAAALAL&AAAAi, CITY OF'Merrill STARKE.Edwards.FLORIDABy road or street on the East j i George Williams, et al Lydia Lane '

and ice cream; stirred into ard, use 'an effective diSinfectant Brown. ;, < .' -.... ---' .. _4 .. ..w---,-' ----__-oil-! : City Clerk i border. Atao of above described'land. :Southwest '! Gary s. Martin Vasco Forsyth | ;,
: Beginning at !
tapioca pudding; pie. : In the wash water. Mr. and Mrs. Lois Newmans Teachers" < Honored. i; 1 1In band by Mr. Monroe! in this 3-21 2t 3.25IS.CIRCUIT. ; corner of Northeast : L. G. Cooper : Clarence Harper 'I j !

I information :' Warm water laundering is Chapel Program t two-year, period. -,- Quarter of Southwest Quarter C. S. Haddock Emma Haynes Est. fl
For more on were visiting, their son and:, COURT, EIGIITU..1l'DICUL ., of Section 21 I. Township! 6 ;i
using strawberries, write or needed to maintain the appearance -! daug ter-in-1aw. Mr. and Mrs. | The 6th Grade Class honored
call the Home Demonstration -!; of some fabrics. But Charles Mrs. Altamease Chandler, The Fiesta Social Club will ; FLORIDA, BRADFORD''I, 21t degrees East of North 181 Bruie Tyson j
Newmans in Gainesville
\ Office Box 267, Starke; '| these temperatures are too low Sunday afternoon., :, and Mrs. Maybelle E. Roberts meet' Saturday night, March (C1IAXCRRT.'OC%TY.: FLORIDA X*. 13-214. iN1 i J I of feet-West.to the Half Southeast of Block corner 6 Ernest Dell !| Widows andor;. Disability

phone 9642865. |! to kill bacteria. Even when ; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby in chapel assembly Wednesday !39 at the Water Oak Club Pioneer Finance. Company., South, Range West of Simon Clara Allen > Josephine Ellerson

A Family Tradition I hot water and detergents are and | ? March 20, for their' 1 house.. The president asks all a corporation: J.;, Temples Subdivision thence Tnanks,
son. Buie. were in Jack-1 '
used for laundering, large teachers in 3 members to be present, at 8 Plaintiff 19 degrees! East of North GENE 1 LONG Tax Assessor '
I\ Mrs. U. L. Matthews says sonville Monday. long; years vs. along East line of said) West ,

that'one"of her 'family's traditions -, numbers of bacteria remain on Mr. and Bradford. County, for having ;p.m. There is a, lot .of business !- ...I-= -_ 1: It
Mrs. James Wain- .,
I : -
is the, enjoyment} of clothing and, spread to other the l longest teaching record : to 6e considered. -- C--- +- : T- --- -
# ; wiight and children of Law- -j'i- i- -
fresh strawberries at breakfast articles. i at, RJE High School. mel i At. the last meeting :Mrs. -
Easter Sunday. Disinfectants and, chlorine tey, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell j honorees were presented with ; Clark l iIr .' sTARKE'
on 1 Ruby .nd. $. Edna AT
Thomas and
Mrs. Joe Starling II
'I1lls.: 'what she does. Place bjeaches are effective in con- i of Starke were visiting Mr. i pink paMenqe flpwers. ;Baker, with the club members, FLORIDA' BANK ,
I trolling these bacteria. A that
their teaching
a plastic Easter egg on a We do hope : gave the president Clarence
and Mrs. Carl Thomas and '
paper doily, on,'individual salad chlorine bleach may damage ( has reached into the ,DeSue, a surprise tea party STARKE, FLORIDA .
Mrs. lIeI
i plates. Around 'the Easter some iabrics': When using a ;:: afternoon.man Thomas Sunday cere and corners of Br dford'iCotmty 1 and a, gift on. .his, )birthday.T111S .

strawberries that' disinfectant, read the label'on j and will serve as an
egg arrange .affair, came, as aw grand STATEMENT OF CONDITION :
} '' the container and follow in- !: Mr and, Mrs. Drew Reddish j all whom it. has ,
have been washed be sure inspiration: to surprise, to the president and : .
stations carefully.A of Starke were Sunday after. ,touched. Mrs. *M! J'White, 4t.- tJ\.IfJ'. : ', ': .* 4. ;;.. ': o1j't..oft. &'! ':" .
and leave 'the' stems on. The : he eaioyedV. the... enterathmentvery > rL
Ii, stems are Used in 'dipping the Ir' i ulsinfectant need not be! noon guests of Mr. and Mrs. :: (6th Grade teacher. much. A.t A. .: .' : Condensed. .., from, Report to, Comptroller'MARCH ) l':? ;"t-r-r-:

in powdered inside j used in every wash, but it is George, 'Alvarez., Honor Roll The will : '0' : \ ; ,
r'I berries sugar membership drive : 'J' ." "
J the egg. i i safer to use one If there is Mr. and_Mrs. Vernon, Taylor I 1st Grade--: attie Mitchell, close afterMarcl}, .until! next : : -< ; 18, 1963 ; I

) Maybe you would also like sickness in, the'home' or I'ot Jacksonville' were, Satur.day KlJfina.oleman! Chesy'Cum- '

to make this one of your fam- I]j, neighborhood. If you use the night guests of Mr. and Mrs.. :,, mings, Aaron Holly, Deborah,!i year.Mrs.. Gladys ,Blye, reporter. : .', .: t :'

ily's tiaditlons.Income I! community laundry always Lois Newmans. Coley Pattie Morris, Claretha I CHURCH ,

Tax ';. use a disinfectant to prevent i Mr.. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby ,I Griffin, Wanda Linsey. Mt. Calvary Baptist I I : j

i It's that time again. Thousands the spread of disease-causing attended Holiday on Ice in I 2nd Grade Joan Dean, -The a ul"Pap! Bearers'' : Resources I : '

; of' Floridians are, begin-. bacteria. Jacksonville Saturday. aftefnoon. Clarence Price, Carnell Williams Union willw convene) April 13- rt' c- ,

j nng'; r to worry about how to Remember to use a chlorine; ( I IJ Levy Lennon Alfred. 14 at Mt. Calvary Baptist '. '

I bleacii or a'disinfectant such I I We are'asking I Loans and Discounts .
make, out their income tax. | Linsey. Churqh.: your ,' 1,829,775.60 !
as Pine-Sol or Fast. ; IA.
Merritt at this time ,
,, ,Mr. 69 3rd. Grade. Cythiay Brox- presence f '

THE RIGHT, rpiNT for t waj '''' ;; ton Gloria J. Covington 1, Denis I General l pastoral sefvtce will' i Banking House Ei rnitufe & Fixtures I 307,661.22
Of '
"TilE DIXIE PIXIE" Tajnpa be held Jhejfoiirth.Sunday at p ., -, #,, ?
700. write. C.m. in aid 'Jackson. Charles' Robert, ; ;,| .t : .. .

ISf HERE!! ,l.el Iet your favorite' ETEK-' Rites Are Held Writ.4th. 7tp.m. 4nnday4SchooJ 1. 10,aim._ :; 'Other/Real Estate. 0vnedprepaid : '

; DIAL H90. FOHVP.E, 'R,60K Fountain, Pen. TELE. I I.i I!i < GradeJanet McCol- '; each unday', Prayer Mt-1 I, .1 ; -:,..:, J 4819.87

GRAPH. Geral- : i ios, 7 p m. each Trnrsday.Rey. i ., .":, :,
I James Richard Merritt, 69. lum. Barbara Hudson, ; ,
.. .
-- rin- ? Expenses'O&er 3,985.58.
died. .March: 118,in a Plant City :: dine Dean Yelma \'. orld, i James Carlweilj; sjip .- i :: .

extended Yvonne t qdent; Rev. <3eprget y. Lee, 'f ,
nursing home after an Young.7th : : :! "
pastor; :Ethej j. 'Hariqpn, 'reporter. :'' 1 ig.95 I ,
He native of /
was a Grade- Anthony De- I > ) fc V' H" II

TAX NOTICEI Reidsville, Ga. and had lived ,, Sue Saar Willie ,
Mary y, B. ; Accrued I 'I '
-' New Bethel Baptist Interest & Income Receivable 16158.62
for' the past ten years in Scott Carolyn Taylor; 'Na- :, ,. .. : '
Tampa, he. was.emploi- ,, Jones.'Ralph' Sunday School, 93Q. a.m. e 1 ,
where thaniel
I' Byrd, Joe
( ,
ed as a carpenter. He was a Nathan, Heed. Linda- Dinkins.. 1 B. T. Marshall) Jr. in charge. !I i U.' S,_ Qoyerrimenjt Securities '1,849,573.20, II

member of the Baptist Church. Audrey.. Griffin.' :i BTU: at 5:30' ,Mrs. Marie : '

Surviving 1 are two sons, 9th Grade- Shirley Brown ,; Thomasin r'I. I(. I Florida County & Mumriiial. i Bonds! .\ 733,699,08

arid Merritt -- The Deacons-Preachers Union ,;,
I Richard Robert Bar.bara.: M Coilni., Claranell' '

both of Jacksonville: a brother Mitchell,, Maxcirie 'Odum, Vel- j i \,111, } convene a(Keystone! .: I Other State & Municipal Bonds 93,987.50

Ila'L., ""Merrill, Palatka; ma Peek, Coy Jackson.) Marion Heights; or)), Sunday..' .J&arjch'3L* ; 4 :
I All taxes; on Real Estate. Personal ,,thr.ee sisters.. Miss Ida Merritt, Jenkins Mary Cummings, 'f flembers 1 asked"to'' 'o t rehearsal Choir '2 'are'' Cish:: on Hand: & [Due From Banks 287,466.67 2,980,885,07()

to .
come ... ,
I \ New River: Mrs J. L, Lavender Jacqueline. M rShaU., ,

and Intangible property will, be delinquent Jacksonville, and Mrs. W. ; ipth{ Grade Benjamin 'April 4 and .,Hi The Easter: : I : .

:I .. P. Huckaby, Wildwobd. i,Franklin, Hayward.Rando'lph,' 'program will J be: held' at' 11 a. i it ; : : .. TOTAL 5,127,240.29
held .IJ1. Buijday.. April/1 4., A pisr.1 .y .. .
Funeral services were ,, Minrife Moore Wulian Rerpe, '1. '. .
1st. ; '
on April ,"entitled! 'The' Forward. Look"i iI' I : f : '
at 2 pm. Wednesday in the Clevejand Davis Winffredheman. '"1.1;;,>.. ''
1 will 'be] presented. -.: Jklrs. M!I '
Long Bridge Christian, Eugene. Strong. I' 1 ; :
p Dekle J, WhitpJ reporter. I : ,
with burial in Cemetery 11th Gradft Liabilities
-Queen Moore '

The majority of-, the people have near-Lake: Butl i. .Ruby Revel, 'Ji:nmie. Brown. t :41eh! Chapel ChurchnJySchoo1 : .. : : ..;; :,' ,.
IA- p.u.sul, : f' '
I .
-- r-:T.WILLIAMS. :Berline Parks,Jannie, ScOtt Gwendolyn"Betty-, but no."other serVices' at. the, :'Capital:StockSurplus ': '. j :- .

{: taken; advantage ,of the. discount. However .- -. 'it, :. 'i J'h.. !-l'7 .:::'Ii RpMnson ie. Clifton, Strong.- ,.. Irene' ,.;I hur1' his Suhdaijr, The: : : 300000.00
I Missionary 'Congress will! be "
; Iue, Barb ar Hankerson, [ ,: ; -
there that still have \ '
few il" !
? 325,000.00
not :
are a : eIfi aV Mt. Pisgah- starting .
.. }'I ,
t .
j. Cora K1ttl s. Irene! ?.ittrnan, : ;,<"' oi f 'd \\tp.. ,,
::SJl. a.m.rwi&.f'Rey.: ( J. A,:i f i 'ik :

t : paid their tax. We, hope they will pay J'W: tR'Y'j f| Cfiarles'Hamiltoin.AindfConvention l | Griinmage as host'pastor. "AH j U- diVid-J. "r't Profit; A t ., ,30f576.37r: ;

f *., r hIomemaknL o -. '- ., m'ISslonariesare 'K to at-,:i ..r. 'J '' -:'

r later '{ tend. Mrs. Holm18 hos ;. .1: 'R jeierye.fQr.: $ Gbntthgencies : : 8
:not. than April, 1st in order to save j I REPAIRS ; liher t2: Williams and :. 43.62 664,319.99
\ pr sident. SerytceV i wUl bd .
4 WATCUDMODI. : Gwendolyn Rpbin on' 'repreJ I I t-j-, .

t ,the p py1;, advertising; fee and anyother sented; the SJ Chapter o(..held iembE'ts'at 11'and.a-to."'friends and'3 pjn. Ali j: :Reserve! for Taxes: Interest Etc.: < '
j All) Work Guaranteed irivltedj, ., ; ,. '. .. ; 39 772.84.
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costs that the law'requires to, be A. C. Win&m the annual State Convention Pin 1"rites, for John Bullard ;i Ihterest: Incom Collected Not Earned .' .' 58,277.46 II
t f J held at Florida A. &. M Uni- .I t -V ?' 4 I : .,. ii
142 W.CtDSt .gr.pfLLaTtey died March; "
added. ersity in. Tallahapseje Marci\ I n. : ', . .
4, 1I > i ; 'u J. 0(. II
23 will b held pin icncI Dclred I
h Starke..., Fla. 21-J.. at- ItSO5( ., .tr.'... \ N.. ..9.li aab1e- 'ilt"r. 'l,200.O0fBiIsayable
: o I ,:, '" _'. I r : Sunday Marirh 31, .in lit, : ,: 'f.i..: -- ** ;I
\ ; The,, loqal defecates served, .' II
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: ..'.--. ..as..hostesses ai the/thlid; se5..}: ,,z.o1ME' Church' ,wJtti. ReV, } .. 0 :. 'J ;"' W{,4Jt :;"y. : 4 I 125,000,00() "I
; This office. will be glad to coop- -|.* on: The.main activity"of: the) J; A. Orimmage: lfi iaUrig. : .. > :t..e ;
I :B.wmjJTfll be m : .
) '; i : meeting baTi4Uet h t ic the Lawtey I' 'Deposits : :
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Cemetery under 'direction ,
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erate in for the advantage of .
f tlnyway; in th1 grand, ballroom honoring Graham f u -
Dallas. Funeral Di- .
'FHA delegates all over '
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I the; taxpayer.. .. the; state: rectors.. :, TOTAL 5,127,240,29

The local eirls were accqmpanled -: XOTICK IS HEREBY (1PE '. .
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Sirs: 6. W- George; t : :
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L arid it was a very educational I tlttom name' Tf SCnTTHEHN '
[i I afld4 enioyablR. trip. 1f\RmE' IL ELEVISION '.at ,
41!, Ei at Can Street, hi 't&. ,t
| Band1 festival; : City f'55tark*. Florid. latendt,+L.I :
J The RJE 'Band attended, to 'tt-gt*t rthet' !Jd' mwltli .rLc1trDA! !
t i; FO DP.ONSTRATtON their'" District : the Cl .
first Band Fes'-
J. l R. KELLY: of Bradford Count r. Florid*..,, ,f
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t 2022 N.: E. 23rd. Blvd. j: RJE faculty ara members of REGISTER'F1crITIor; A1m :

BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Gainesville' Phone: 37 -858S 'i tie''Ban4; Parents: Club are i'oUte 'fA bt'rebr given that I! I Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. : I

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, In' Quadrangular MeetThinclads Men's Softball City Baseball' I chants, who have supplied uniforms -r Starke. I I
11 I
and will play each
Fifteen players will be J This Week's SPECIALS i
Meet Set Squad Beaten carried -
Mgr. 3' Sunday. Home games will be
i tf6 on the Starke team, ac- :
I played on the Bradford High.' Fresh
Take 2nd Place 7-3 By Cedar KeyStarke's cording to Manager Varnes
softball LACKEYED
There will be a men's, ( School diamond and admis-
who says he still needs two'I II
organizational meeting at i j I.1 sion will be free to everyone I
I city baseball team i players to complete his roster. FreshPURPLE
17 pjn. Thursday, March 28. : with game time at 3 pm. The :I
I *Bradford High's thincUds Pass, 3. 2:07.4.: i Pole Vault Walters, 1, 11 in the recreation office at the was defeated 7-3 Sunday by I I team will play at home on Players already signed are ''TD pEAS

wound up in second place 220-yard dash- Terrell 2. feet 5 inches.Shot Pratt Street Playground.. All I \ 1CaoiIj Cedar Key in the team's first alternate Sundays. .., Dewayne Elder, Jim Watts, FRESH OKRA--

Saturday behind Gainesville 23.4; Tom Gardner, 5, 245. Put-Tom Gardner 1. men's exhibition game of the new!I I Leonard Varnes. Franklin
I persons interested in i season, according to Manager I I This Sunday's exhibition : Tomlinson, Tommy Harley, Fresh GOLDEN
High School in a quadrangular Mile Relay Larry 49 feet 5 inches; Bill Phillips. ,
,meet on ,the University of Crawford Billy Dowling, Hal softball are urged to attend E4vy Leonard Varnes. I contest will be played here, 'Tommy Malloy, Bob Regan ,I II BANTAM ,CORN

Florida track scoring 11 Lawson, Dugger 2, 3:37.6Broad : 4, 44 feet 6 inches. so that plans may be- made The team is a member of I since the team was on the I Lane Sibley Harold Williams, '

points! to the 'Canes winning Jump- Walters, 1, Discuss Gardner, 2, 134 : for getting the league started. The following officers for the Central Florida Semi-Pro i road last week, against Gain- 'Frank Jarvis, Henry Cross, : DOWLINGSPRODUCE

18.< 20 feet 9 inches. feet; Phillips, 3, 123 feet. _ _ _ 1963-64 were elected at the League and will begin its I'!I esville. Teams participating in and Kenny Terrell. Persons MARKET

'Coach David Hurse though IJ regular-meeting of the Ladies regular schedule April 21 here I'I i the league will be Gainesville, : interested in playing may '; East of Winn-Dixie ,

disappointed with his team's For 2nd Win Golf Association last Thurs- against Archer. The squad is I 1 Ocala, Archer, Williston, Cedar phone Manager Varnes at 964- \

second place finish, had high r-, day: President Lillian Bishop; sponsored by Starke mer- :I Key, Newberry, and 8091.
Vice President, Dot Sheppard;
praise for two of his quarter- ... -. .
milers:-Gene Pass and Leon- ; : Baseballers Secretary, Gladys Hobbs:
Top Treasurer Bernice Epps; Di-
ard Dugger. Pass surprised
rectors Shirley Johns, and I
everyone with a time of 52.5 ij

on _the anchor leg of the H Iva Smith.It .

sprint medley relay and Dugg was agreed to purchase
Jax Kenny 5-3 eight tables for the ballroomin I 1
r.turned in a personal 20 Words or less, one time .95
Memorials Resolutions
of'53 flat with the anchor leg the new club house, and Be per wwfcCards i
4 If not paid in advance .__ ___ 1.00
$3 flat with the anchor leg 4I these should be delivered any -- of Thanks up to 50 words 2M i

of.;.the mile relay. Tornado baseballers blasted. day now.Bernice. Keyed or Blind Ads .. ,1.OO Over 50 words ___,._. -.- jjc per wer* "

pleasant I victory Bishop Epps asks all members Each additional wore over 20 03 Display ads in Classified __
"Pass run was a out a 5-3 over ?gv .. ; 1.50 per W.
surprise if he continues to im- Kenny's Crusaders, rated the ,. who have trading sumps !
the he is now" I team in the district, Tuesday 1 T ""v : ; to please donate them toward INSURANCEAT
prbVe way top ; HAVE ;
..;,; ONE 17 in. and one
'&if ; # >* ni4 ,. I the of large coffee I! FOR RENT Nicely furnished
Hurse "It will be a big behind a seven hit attack a REDUCED RATES 21 in.
says > r' T"v TV sets that can be
2 bedroom house. 612 Lake St.
boost." 'paced by Gary Kouba and ? > x **? F *"" urn. AUTO FIRE BOAT had for taking paymentsat
? DOYLE E. CONNER I up Adults. Mrs. A. F. Sauls. ph.
"Dugger ran a good anchor Gary Cole and the three hit : C. '' : I Gertie McRae and Virginia INSURANCE AGENCY Dahmer's Discount House, Fo I 964-5'144. tfchg. f

on*the mile relay it was his .. :. pitching of Kenny Terrell.It '!? .' "PSSi: 4 Shannon were in Ocala for Phone 964-4501 I, 112 E. Call St. 4tchg 3-28 --- -- --
win :. .. the day, attending a plan- HELP WANTED: Man, Woman
personal best the coach was the second against *:.e.. . .- .. tfchg
stated. "We should have some two defeats for the I. -' ning session for an InterCityAssocia.tion. i SPRING IS COMING Have or couple: young or old.
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your Lawn Mower sharpened. Read who needs nice home to assist
Other cities The Classifieds! '
several "as they :.i represented TAKE UP PAYMENTS
in on
teams .base
I rood relay Bradford llers.:: :
, Calvin Johns, Phone 964-1441. with small motel Modest pay.
in the were Deland, Palat- beautiful Stero Player at IF YOUR NAME ISI
weeks If they continue to im- Lynwood Walters pushed across two runs a'i tfchg pleasant working conditions.
; i ka, Inverness, Fruitland and mer's Discount House. .
pjove. first inning when Terrell was FOUND AMONG THE I Phone 964-5801. 2tp 3-28
third fielder's Ocala. We are most anxiousto 969-1771. 4tchg 3-28 FOR RENT Furnished a- .
Ocala finished in place base on a
while Palatka Walters Named and scor- ,hear the results of this partment. Lights and water !
with 53 points choice, stole second Insurance Problems? AT THE TELEGRAPH for sale: practically new:
trailed with 41. Starke's captain ed on a single by Colethe meeting. furnished $45 per mo. Mrs. \
:. bought locally for $200. Any
pole vaulter Lynwood Tornado left fielder. Kouba _. .t The clinic last Thursday Call The Man From C. Y. Kirchaine, 514 S. Ep OFFICE FOR A FREE! reasonable o f 1 er accepted.

Walters, .scored a total of 22 Track CaptainSenior I then pushed Cole across for I morning was on chipping out! "TRAVELERS"George person St. tfchg !TICKET TO THE FLORIDA -!:! Phone 964-5801 for details. .

points with wins in the pole the second Tornado tally with i I of the sand traps, which I am E. LaRue, --.1 I i i 2tp 3-28 j
I needs. A few Keystone Heights Agt. For BEWARE of buying any encyclopedia I THEATRE. i -
vault broad jump, and a leg \ the second consecutive singleof sure everyone "Travelers Ins. before you see 1---'. ,: WANTED Girls for spare
on the winning half mile relay Lynwood Walters, a the inning. new ones were out for the Companies"Tel. WORLD BOOK. Call or write H. A. GRAINGER Spreader : time sales work. Sarah '

team. Captain Walters also star pole vaulter and broad i The Tornadoes pushed a- j lesson and we hope to see 473-4692 Day M. A. PAYNE, your local rep- I Service Chicken fertilize try Jewelry. Write Opal Coven'I i'I

took a third place in the 180- jumper on the Bradford High cross three more runs in the .-. ;c more come out and take advantage 473-4325 Nites. ,', resentative since 1956, Box 603 for sale. Hauled and spread. I Box 15, Raiford, Fla.
track team. was selected of this free instruction Auto Fire Home Business Lime also. Phone !
yard low hurdles and ran the captain fourth frame when Terrell phone 9643794._ tfchg '
of the 1963 team this during the next three Monthly Payment Plan I Grandin Fla.
1 220-yard dash on Starke's singled went to third on another YOUR OLD WATCH will 684-5433'1

second place sprint medley relay week by a unanimous decision single by Cole and weeks. Available make the down payment on a I We specialize in FOR SALE

J team. I by his teammates. went home on Kouba's second. ,. Seems that someone wentin tfchg. beautiful new Bulova at I II roofing, remodeling, repairs By Owner :

Walters is co-holder of the I Walters was outstanding single of the day. Cole stole' I the water Saturday, and _it I, Dahmers Discount House. and roof painting. No money :,

,;BItS record in the pole vault :'last Saturday in the Tornadoes' I second and went to third on .. ," .4J I wasn't in the pool. Isn't that _ tfche: II' down, free estimates. J. B. 3 Blocks To Shopping AreaIn

with a leap of 13 feet 1 inch': quadrangular meet with Kouba's hit before both men . :. right, Mike? FOR block SALE home-2 in br. concrete distance I Benton- -Futch_ Meeks Roofing Co. Jacksonville Pinehurst Subdivision ii
|which he and Irwin Martin set'' Gainesville Ocala and Pa- got home free on an error by t of shopping area and-I INSTRUCTIONSMEN Fla. Telephone PO 8- i Concrete Block Home, 3 '.

last year. He had a little latka scoring 22 points for the Kenny third baseman. i Pyrofax Defeats churches. Furnished or un 7057.. 7tp 4-4 I Bedrooms & Florida Room,
trouble winning that event :: an individual high for the i Coach Charles Lyle's char- e furnished. Quiet, large"lot, 19 \ &WOMEN NEEDED! -- i Carport & Utility Room. I
D & W Auto In
: : meet. The newly elected captain into trees. Call 969-2845. tfchg FOR SALE Wooden lawn
Saturday, however when his : worked themselves
ges WORK IN F. H. A. Approved
j I I chairs at Strobo's Garage.
[timing was off badly and he won the pole vault, broad a tight spot when Kenny Mixed BowlingPyrofax Mrs. S. L. Peek, Sr. 1! CIVIL SERVICE 4tchg 4-4 Small Down Payment.
barely cleared 11 feet 5 inch- I Ii Jump, ran a leg on the first i loaded the bases in the bot- 4' _
i : No
i i
1 experience ,
necessary gram t
i FOR SALE-Reasonable Monthly Payment $61.82
'es; a height he first cleared' place 880-yard relay i i torn of the sixth on a hit and Gas defeated D & pric- 'mar school education u .uailvisuffi'lent. REGISTER NOW for adult
the ed used Televisions. Refrigerators evening classes. Mall .... Phone 964-3W14
and another relay leg on )
:!; Terrell.
in the eighth grade. !, of wildness toy
spot in
a W by taking four points Washers. Excellent Train now at home 1 course selections to L. H. Gib
medley I 717 W. Street
Coach Hurse said:! Monday I second place sprint But the big hurler made one Bill Jackson I I the Sundown Mixed League Condition. Bullington Appli- for jobs with security. For details son Drawer 100. Starke. $2.00 Cypress

afternoon that he is going to crew and placed third in the Crusader foul out to first base- this week. Mary Jarvis rolleda ances. tfchg send name, address, phone, fee per course. Negro adults Starke, Fla. j'

concentrate on relays for 180-yard low hurdles. man Mark Hamilton and fan- 505 series, followed by Joyce number to: II,: contact Prof. Thompkins. R.J.

awhile this season to find out Lynwood so far this sea- ned another for the third out. Hurler Jackson Ward with a 494. National Training Service, E. School._tfcha ;
however, is having trouble I I FOR SALE-Modern Kings- i
mile son Kouba and 1t
'tiho his better quarter in his Third baseman Simpson Taxi took three ]NEW, BEAUTIFUL Box A, Starke, Fla. NEW AND USED-Chaln saws ley Lake home. Large dock
his timing
fen are. He is mainly dependIng I I Cole had their best hitting points and lost one to Buff's lOtp-Apr/4' $50.00 up. Repairs all makes. house and boat house. Good

upon Pass. Dugger. Waiters -, specialty, the pole va.Ult'I'i' days so far this season. Kouba Shows Form Garage. Bones Mahoney hada II Lawn mowers sales and ser- financing available to reliable .J
Though he is jumping FOR RENT Furnished Apartments .
Freeman Register Ken I had three straight singles fora 494 series, and Vernon Buffa vice. Your McCulloch Dealer Also several acres .'
enough to win most of the and : I 1 & 2 bedrooms, i, Florida Saw Co. 19th Driv person. )
at the plate
Terrell Bill Dowling, Larry 1 perfect day 442. KI NGSBE1RYHOMES available adjoining lake home.
i he has entered, he is : we pay lights and water. Con- i N. East Gainesville, Fla. 6- f
Lawson.i meets
Crawford and Hal drove in two runs and Cole Hurler Bill Jackson making I M: & R Motors took three tact 431 Center St. or Bullington -I Call or Write V. Q. McCoy, f
Hurse also had praise for \ far under his usual 13 foot had two singles and one RBI. and lost one to Register Oil. Appliances. Phone Day:I 3411. tfchg Jr. FR 2-3361 or P. O. Box {
all three of his milers and standard winning that event Terrl1,fanned.eight batters his arm and ragged practice; Carolyn Fuqua rolled. a 410 964-6551. Night 9647191.tf I 1- I 414, Gainesville, Fla.4tchg }

Midthat "Lawson could get Saturday with a leap, of only along the way to his first 'sweat jersey blur with he"force series, and Bill Nelson had a 3 TO 4 BEDROOMS _ _ __ chit I iElectra-Tronicst Inc. 4-11 J

Us points in the state meet 11 feet, 5 inches. He has .I victory of this season and also of his motion, demon- 1 OR 2 BATHSV. PEYTON FLORIST Industrial Division, Sales, Serv ___Mrs.: Milton Mosher:_ J

if he really works." The lanky cleared 13 feet several times how i contributed a single to his effort strates the form with whichhe 483.S.. S. Noegel tbok three and A. $50 DOWN 119 S. THOMPSON ST. \ ice, Repairs on Motors, Gen, FOR SALE-2 bedroom house.-

miler, who wasn't feeling too this season in practice, as did freshman certer- bewitches BHS diamond lost one to Carp's. Rudolph FHA 3% DOWN PHONE 964-4155 \erators, Switching and Con\ Very reasonable for cash. Can
well Saturday, still won the : fielder Dwight Elder. opposition. 5 394 Wel. 11
be after
ever.Walters i Hutcheson had a 476 series, NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1022 trols, Welders and Tools, Power seen p.m.
longest individual event of the is presently co- I The Tornadoes will play Jackson is mainstay of the while Bill Lovell rolled a 486. BRICK OR FRAME Conversion, Transformers.Service don St. Mrs. Doris Carlton

day with a 4:46.5.: He set a I holder of the pole vault record Green Cove Springs here this Tornado pitching staff witha : Long Bridge took three and DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe _742_ Lake St. 2tchg 3-2
at BHS. He and Irwin I I "SEEINGIS Wire Flowers Anywhere and Repairs to All!
new school standard in thettule I Friday, March 29, and Mac- total of 11 innings pitched, I lost one to Forsyth Plumbing. Heavy' Industrial Electrical FOR SALE-Plywood fishing

earlier this season, how- Martin, a football and track 'I' clenny here next Tuesday, more than any other hurler, Leonard Varnes had a 400 series _ _ tfchg Equipment boat and trailer. Reasonably

ever, when he covered the star who graduated last year April 2, with both games be- in which he struck out 12 bat- and Henry Cross a 469 BELIEVING"CONTACT INCOME TAX SERVICE priced $100. See at 637 N.
1 i 1939 N. E. 27th Ave. C vill*
13 feet
oietance twice in 4:41.5.: set the standard at I ginning at 3:30 pjn. ters and allowed only six for Long Bridge. i, SHORT AND LONG FORM PHONE 372-1289 Walnut St. 2tp 3-28

:Starke's places in the quad- inch. hits. The stocky pitcher-in- Standings Won Lost BUSINESS AND FARMSCHEDULES
"I don't have anybody a- Pratt Street
rangular meet were; fielder. Jackson is also a solId I
Noegel's Auto. 52 24
round this year to push me boys interested will report to BLUE CHIP DRIVE IN.
120-yard high hurdles the Martin I i Frank Owsley recreation director hitter batting .390 last season Register Oil . 46 30 LaRUE Corp. Mrs. Clarence F. Rhoden l II| 2tp 3-28
Pass fifth place, 18econds. in practice way i has 1-1 WE DON'T
Gene now a record. Pyrofax -.....- 46 30 Daily 9 AM. 9 PJL
last Lynwood feels j, at that time. -
$ did year He was the victim of the Simpson . . 38 38 Phone 964-8031 Sell you we help you buy Fence Posts, Poles, etc.
might be one reason he is I j There will be six teams in team's loss to >Gainesville 400 W. Madison St. Good selection of and Pressure Creosoted To
100-yard dash- Ken Ter- Carps . . 38 38 1126 N. new
'tell, below his regular vaulting lot I I 1 the league this h year with High School in the. first' game M & R .--. 38 38 PHONE 964-8641 Thompson ., used 8' and 10' wide Mobile I Last A Lifetime

; run-Hal Lawson, 1, standard." "But 111 do deter-a j: sponsors and coaches as follows of the season. He allowed D&W -. .-. 36 40 LOSE WEIGHT Safely With Homes. SOUTHERN WOODPRESERVING
he predicts Free Estimates Of Build- I I.
i:46.5.j'S80'ard:: : only four hits but walked 10 Buff's . . 30 46 Dex-A-Diet Tablets. Full LAKE GENEVA CO.
Ken Ter- I mindly. Coca Cola- Leonard Varnes men. So far this season he Forsyth . ._ 30 46 ing And HousemovingFOR weeks supply only 98c Mit-1 TRAILER PARK Baldwin Fla. I

rell Leonard relay-Dugger, Gene ; Fla. Pest Control-Randall is batting .333 with, two hits Long Bridge . 26 50 chell's Drugs. 6tp 4-18 I 1 mi. SE ot Keystone Hts ,

Midget LeaguersSet Davis and Byron Newcomb; in six tries. SALE 3 bedroom FOR SALE- Rutgers Tomato on Route 100 PENSACOLA BAHIA grass

Eass.. Lynwood Walters. 1, Johns Oil Co.-Jimmy Rowe; He got his win against Mac. D&W Auto house and 1-2 acre land i Plants. 60c per 100 or $5 per tfchs seed for sale. Floyd Wiggins. j
1:34.9. PracticesThe Raiford Flume. 3-28 Phone 2721, Brooker.
I Lawtey-Ed Magee; clehny in1 the Tornadoes' 13-2 $3,000. $50 down $47.50 per 1,000. F. F. 2tp
180-yard low hurdles-Lynwood 1 -Bob Williams; Starke Builders Wins Ladies _ _ 4tchg 4.18
win over the Wildcats in mo. Phone 359-3055, Jacksonville BY OWNER5 acres and A WATKINS ROUTE in this -
Walters 3, 22.5. Jaycee Midget Baseball i: Supply- Harold Davis. which Jackson struck out tfchg good clean all modern home area is open for semiretiredman FOR RENT- Small furnished

'Sprint Medley Relay-Dug- League will begin practice at. I League play will start Sat- eight and allowed only two Twilight LeagueThe for sale. 3 bedrooms, living or lady. Many semi-re- apartment, utilities furn-

ger, Walters, Tommy Lewis, 3:30: p. m. April 1, on the l I'urday April 20. hits. SINGER SEWING MACHINECO. room, dining room, kitchen, tired people earn $50.00 to I ished $50 per mo. 127 Lafay-
1 Ladies Twilight League 1% bath. Fire- ette St. Phone 964-5951.
Sales & Service by authorized family room. $100.00 per week depending I
I "Jackson has been doing i ended its competition this representative. Con- place, drapes and carpet on time devoted.to Route. Also 2tchg 4-5

real well- allowing only six i. week with D & W Auto Sup- tact: John Edenfield, 964- through out house go with have 1 full time Route o- WANTED: Girl, middleaged f

BEWARE OF TilE HIDDEN hits in two games, has good ply in first place. 6863. or Stump's Dept. Store sale. 10 minutes drive from I' pen. Maybe you can qualify. woman, or couple to share ,

: DANGER OF control, and is the most reliable Gateway Chevrolet took 964-2651. tfchg Starke. Phone for appoint- For personal interview in your small house. Cheap rent. Ph. i f

pitcher we have as far four points from Williams ment 964-3043, Ira H. Truex. area, write J. H. McGarity, 964-2532. ltp *

I Watch for swarms of so-called as control is concerned" Jewelry ending the tie with FOR unfurnished RENT apartments.-Furnished Also and _ _ _-4tp-4-11- Box 627, Williston, Florida.3t FOR RENT- Unfurnished 2

commented Coach Charles Triest Construction Co., to unfurnished 2 or 3 bedroom EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES. chg 3-28 'bedroom house with modern i

flying ants or damaged woodwork Lyle. put Gateway in second place. houses. Reasonable rent. W. H. Apply in person at Garden i FOR SALE conveniences. See William Sil-

I "He's. also been doing a'' Mary Jarvis had high seriesof Nollman. starke. tfche: Restaurant. tfchg concrete concrete I cox, 1 mile east; of Starke on
I I Ready mix 1
... in your home. 1 good job at second base," the 485 for the winners, while FOR RENT-2 bedroom unfurnished FOR SALE- Good Registered block, house piers, sand, cement Hiway 16. Up
coach said "He and Falcon Lavonne Jackson rolled a high i house. 6 1-2 miles Angus bull breeding age. Also mortar mix rock steel FOR SALE-One acre home

Ii I [the BHS shortstop] pulled series of 453 for Williams. i North of Starke on Hiway 16. Argentina Bahia grass seed. oyster shell. limerock, roof sites adjacent to Southslde

off one double play that looked Wells Electric took 4 points Rt. 2 Box 93, J. W. Gaskins .II Write Box 640 Starke or phone gravel. lintels. BRADFORD. Elementary, High and Dry.
tfchg Lucian Conner 964-0284. i $2300. an Contact Billy I
real good." from Murrhee Insurance A- ENGR. CO. Phone 964-2521,1 acre.
4tchg Jackson, Starke. tfchg.
: ; SWARMING SEASON I gency, with Julia Wells having Starke. tfchg I II : :
: I high series of 485 for the Income Tax Service MOBILE HOMES 8'xlO' wide FOR SALE: 7 room, 2 bath.
Police Dept. to 60'. 50x10 as low as $3,888 house, utility room large conner l
winners and'Mary Hall high
Charles E. HutchesonMon. with monthly payments '
r I HASTINGS] lot, newly decorated in
IS HERE !Takes First :Place 456 for Murrhee.D \ Fri. After 5 P. M. $67.05; 8x35 only $2995 with & UPHOLSTERY WORKS i iI i side. 210 E. Adkins St.. key
& W Auto Supply took monthly payments 5158. I I next door. tfchg
Bowling League three points from Triest, with All Day Saturday Trailer Mart Inc. US. Hiway 710 Lemon St. Falatk
I Alice Resch series of 461 CALL 964-1195 17. Box 468. East Palatka. EA- Furniture Repaired,
One used 14 ft. boat 1 used
;, If a termite infestation is found and eradicated in its early I Starke Police Dept. moved for the winners, and Bettie 521 Pratt St., Starke 8-1050. tfchg: Upholstered & Refinished 14 ft. Champ trailer;; 1 used

I to first place by taking four Sprow high 478 for Triest. I Mrs. R. H. Grider MATTRESSES REBUILT Buccaneer 25 hp. motor. Price
: it could SAVE YOU MANY DOLLARS IN EXPENSIVE points from Coca-Cola in Chged 4-12 I
stages all .
",, I Among those picking up FOR SALE New Innersprings I $339 [ JIll pack) Guaran
Pest Control and I Wednesday Night Mixed League splits were Gertie McRae, the I Excellent business location. and Box Springs teed. A. Hartman. 838 N.
: REPAIRS. Call Florida I bowling. Rudolph Hutche- PANSY PETUNIA & CAL- 200 ft. on Hiway 301 N. includes Temple Ave. Phone 964-3991.
3-5-10 for Wells
bowling : Drop Us A Card or Call
i son rolled a 560 series for the ENDULA, TOMATO plants for 3 BR year old house. Starke. ltp
Chemical Company for a FREE inspection of your i Police, while Army Armstrong June Norman [subbing for sale-Mrs. Ferguson phone I $11,000. $500 down. $85 mo.- PALATKA EA 5-9168 FOUND. Hunting dog. Identify. -
\ .. Nina Lovell] the 6-7 for Gate-
i had a 519 series for Coca-CO- 964-5571. 2 mi.from Starke on Or house with 100 ft. frontage STARKE 96f- 93fami. II Pay ad and board before

I property by graduate entomogolists.'ff' i la. way; and Mary Watterson. Hiway 16 [north tfchg $10,000. Call 964-8641. : PEGGY SHALLEE, claiming. V. R. Smith Rt. 2
1 the 4-5-7 for D & W.
; B & G Truck Stop won i FOR SALE- I tfchg Starke, Agent I Box 71-A, Starke. Phone 984-
Standings Won Lost House and nice size lot near 1653. Itch;
I 1959 Cushman
three points from Draw Tite I FOR SALE _
... ; D & W .. ... 42 18 Keystone only $7100 Good
4 :| to move into second place. I Road King motor scooter.
HELP WANTED Service FOR SALELarge fan. mandolin
I Gateway Chev.36 24 terms. i
Newly overhauled $135.00.
: Bob Drake rolled a 183 game . station attendant. Apply at large auditorium Gui-
I Triest u 33 27Wells' 20 acres with 7 acre pecan Richard Scott Brooker 2823.
cIdt for B &G, and Bob Firth had I Electric .. 31 29 grove, all improved. $6,000- Itp Jimmy Moore's Gulf Service. tar. $955 Buick Special Starke J
"II I a 153 for the losers. terms. Itchg Shoe Repair 419 E. Call St.
Murrhee's -.. 20 40 FOR RENT Two bedroom
Town Finance dropped to STROUT REALTY Starke.
Williams & U.U 18 42 apartment. furnished. Inquire FOR RENT 3 bedroom
I| third place when Winkler Electric Fla. U.s. 301 S. Phone Waldo
from Mrs. Martin 509 Center house. unfurnished; 4% ml. NOTHING DOWN Move
took three points from 468-1766. It 3-28 Street. tfchg on Raiford highway. $35 mo. right in. 2 bdrm. home on 2 ,

Use our monthly pest I them. Johnny Wells had a for Gardener's FOR RENT I' Willa Mae Johns, phone acre lot. Total price 6500.

for controlof I t high game of 178 for Winkler Stand1n Won Lost TWO very good 3 bed room COLORED WOMEN IN 964-8794. Itchg Owner on premises Sunday

control plan \ while Larry Noegel rolled I II I Stare poii4. ... 18 6 houses. A. J. Thomas, Real- STARKE AND LAWTEYWORLD'S FISH BAIT- For Worms and only. Located 2 mf N. of .\

such pests as roaches I a 190 for the losers. !! B & G.- 17 7 tor. It 3-28 I LARGEST COSMETIC Missouri Minnows see Bill Starke, turn right at 1st road
silver 1i Stern 301 South. 3tchg 4-11 beyond Fanners> .Mkt. 7th
ants, clothes moths, ; Noegels 301 Restaurant took Town 16.ioi 8.
!: FOR P..D.'T-New 2 bedroom penings for neat mature wo I House 'on right r,. Up
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fish and others. i four points from Gardner's Noegel 30l'f2"12'Wthk1er's famished or furnished men. Average $2 per hour with FOR RENT- 2 bedroom unfurnished -I

Gulf Service to put them inI I . .. 10 14 home. Hot water and bath. $45 I Avon. We train you. Write house. $30 a month. FOR RENT3 bedroom unfurnished

I fourth place. Charles Schafer i' G rdner's .-... 8' 16 per mo. Morgan Rd. Inquire j Ouida C. Sweat P. O. Box 540 I I Apply Smith DeVoe 540 W.I''I, house. Apply at 308

539 E. CALL ST. PHONE 96 -3965 had a 160 game for 301. while :, Draw Tite .-. ._ 8 16 .I N. D. Burney. Itchg 1. Live Oak Fla. Itchg 3-28., Adkins St. Up i I i S. Water St. Itchgr

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a.- -'-- ------11I 1.$1 I I I U 1.UU I work out of this lazy - -I erts of Lake and
woman City Mr.
;;; : Coolidge Kelly, in Hamptonfor
I 'ed/trJik'af ;; : Farmer's But, Lillian is really lookingfor and Mrs. David Browning and I a few days. I

DiaryBy work, some type of office RAIFORD daughter of Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cason
work, so if anyone can use a Mrs. Mae Andrews of Gain

Sam McGarvey very competent office girl. just esville was the Saturday din- made a business visit to Geor-
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Historic Decision Of Supreme Court drop a line to me, address ner guest of Mrs. Bessie Sapp. gia for several days last week,

and that tobacco Maxville Fla. and she will Mrs. Thelma Brannon and Mr. and Mrs. Maria Lee returning home Saturday. '.
Poses Problem For Florida CourtsThe beans and watermelon were soon be there to see you. As granddaughter of Lake City Brown and children of Tampa -

I l damaged. : she is going to be a residentof were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dorothy John- ,
,"""&.1. she work and Mrs. Warren Bloodsworth.Mr. .
Florida needs son and sons of Jacksonville
U. S. Supreme Court handed generally believed, however, that the
here! and Mrs. Alton Brown- were weekend guests of the Let Us
down a historic decision last week that decision would have any retroactive Looks like the MH-30 .con- ing and daughter of Jacksonville Charles Tomlinson .
We learned Nellie Wilkinson family.Mr.
is -
troversey settled
will have far-reaching effects in Florida effect, and it does not mean that jail I time being, with Freeman's for the had to return to the hos. were Sunday guests of and Mrs. E. W. Tompkins SAVEYour

and 14 other states. doors will swing automatically for Mr. and Mrs. Bill Browning.Mr. .
any- V. announcement that no penalties pital Friday, but hopes to return Jr. and sons of Leesburg

The Court decided unanimouslythat one. would be imposed for. home in a few days. and :Mrs. Jack Hall and spent Saturday night in Rai I Soles

Clarence Earl Gideon, sentencedto However, an imprisoned man, who use of the sucker-control We just wonder what kind daughters of Starke were ford. /
During the .
past week it became Sunday evening dinner guests
five years on a charge of breaking had no attorney at his trial, would have evident when a heat chemical. Our growers were of "winter we have been having I. of the Joe Norman family. t Mrs. DeWitt Crews and son I COURT

ihto a: Florida pool hall, was unjustly grounds now to petition the state for a wave gave way to near freez- innocent bystanders in the the last few days. If we .I Mrs. W. W. Altman visited lof Jacksonville were Thurs-

tried and sentenced because he was Unable new trial. If denied, he could bring a ing temperatures that the whole ruckus for they have were in Kentucky or Virginia her daughter Mrs. Cassie Mae day guests of her parents Mr. SHOE REPAIR

to pay a lawyer for his own defense habeas corpus action in federal court,I bad winter of '62-63 was not only used MH-30 in other correctly and it there Dogwood would be some Red name Budor for Alvarez in Doctors Hospital and !.!rs' Orin Reddish Sr. 126 North Court St.
fluecuredbelts Sanris
and was not assigned one by the seeking an order for the state to give I over yet. It has already been have they "poured it on. something! But what is Wednesday.Mr. Mrs. Ada Kelly is visitingher Opposite Court House

court.The him a new trial or else free him. What listed nationally as one of the S 5 I' it here. This daughter of mine and Mrs. E. W. Tompkins children, Mr. and Mrs.

decision overturns a twenty- the courts do in each would six worst on record. Top were business visitors in
might case I We've heard all sorts of excuses says she left Norton Wednes- I
year-old that allowed honors go to the ones of 1899 _Lake__ City. .last_ .Thursday._ -. -
court precedent depend on specific circumstances.Once and for not doing farm 'day evening some more snow n. "

indigent defendants to be tried without these actions get under 1936.I work, but this one takes the ,was falling! We should be While there they visited Mr,
way and Mrs. George Tompkins,, STARKEBUSINESS
defense counsel, unless the charge wasa will the prize: man said he was "too I thankful we have as mild weather -
they increase The cold
undoubtedly case weather was opportune I and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Flem.
capital crime, such as murder, wherea light for heavy work, and too : as we have here not 20 -
load in Bradford and Union County Circuit for the berry growers ming.G. .
1 heavy for light work." Now if degrees below zero, and thatis DIRECTORY
capital penalty might be imposed.The who said
Court. early in the week it B: Reddish of Jacksonville -
only we can remember that what:they"have had a,good
decision has brought unanimous was too hot for the crop and --- -
visited his -
The Supreme Court decision also one! part of the winter. Let's all father Rai- .,.
praise from judges, law association officers that high temperatures were ford Reddish this f
S S 5 ,
points up the need for a "public defender thank the Lord he made sucha AUTO SERVICE
officials of foundations, and civ- making fruit soft. Market Mr. and Mrs. Russell Con-, \UTO REPAms'I I
The black-faced Florida is.
law" Angus pleasant place as
if tall indigents are to be won '
prices were fine at
il-liberties generally.The I ner and sons of Tampa were i
attorneys given the benefit of top honors again this year at Remember Homecoming at Starke's
$3.50 a flat and on I
weekend guests of the J. M. .
right to counsel of one charged the FFA & 4-H Show and '
Highland church next Sunday. -
Led by Chief Justice B.
K. one morning a local grower; Conners. Earl's Garage
with crime not be deemed funda- Sale. There were also white- Cities Service StationJ.
may Rev. Jim Conway will do
Roberts of tht State Supreme Court, hauled 200 flatts off to mar Rev. Flemming of Sta.tesbora -.
mental and essential to fair trials in ket. faced entries Herefords and the preaching. He is one of ALL KINDS OF" C. Gardener, Prop.
the Florida Judicial Council is already Ga. arrived Monday to
some countrie3, but it is in the United S S S red-faced ones-their owners. the oldest, if not the oldest, AUTO REPAIR WORK Every Mechanical ServiceGeneral
pressing for legislation creating a public S S spend several days with his;
States, one justice commented in thecourt's Despite the late date active minister in the Black Automatic
some Repairs -
,parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
defender system and this will .
undoubtedly Robins still hanging aroundour Creek Association. He and Jim All Work Guaranteed
majorityopinion.. "This noble people believe the winter Isn'tover .
be introduced at the 1963 place. Apparently they TransmissionsCities
Strickland are about the same Phone 969-2964
ideal yet. Felix for
cannot be realized if the poor man have I and Mrs. Warren Service Products
session. to their
access own
I THINK. All charter
charged with crime has to face his accusers instance. predicts that we will weather reports and know age. I Bloodsworth attended a birth- So. Walnut. St&rke TIRES BATTERIES
members, and those who were
The proposed law would establishthe still have a "hard freeze before -
without a lawyer to assist him," that winter is still raging up present when the church was day dinner Sunday at the 705 N. Temple Starke
the opinion stated. office of public defender, ranking it is over with. North. home of their niece, Mrs. An- PHONE 96-1-9911
opposite the state attorney in each of S I S S SHad organized; all who have'been drew Dobson. AUTO SERVICE !
The decision will affect 15
members of the 'church, all I
We hope not, for our plum, FLORIST II
Florida's judicial circuits and the Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Good-
directly whose laws do not provide for and persimmon trees an interview this week who h a v e pastored the
free counsel for indigents of lawyers would be paid by the state. pear with our dog Faddle re: church all present members- man and children of Lake
suspected loaded with
are fruit and if Butler were Sunday guests of Gilbert S. Brown Colonial FloristHAS
crimes. Six of Justice Roberts argues that a public wearing clothing to hide his wellEVERYBODY is invit
these states do normally all: goes well we'll have a good their parents, the Warren NEW OWNERSDot
provide such counsel, although not required defender law actually would save fruit crop such as we had five I nakedness. Said Faddle as he edand urged- to attend. Bloodworths.Mr. Standard OH Service Station! Bagwell] Mgr-

to do so by state law. The nine the state money in the long run. It years ago. Early in the week, scratched at bad a flea. "These it We had 70 present in the and Mrs. Harold Crawford ATLAS FRESH FLOWERS
things are enough as
states not providing counsel regularly would insure, he says, that no innocent one of our pecans budded out is without giving them any Highland Sunday School Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald TIRES & BATTERIES MEMBER P. T. D.
r Alabama person goes to prison through his just to show how warm it day, 47 of these were 100 per- Griffis, Mr. and Mrs. Edward I
are: Colorado, Florida, Mary own more hiding places." Budget Terms- Road ServicePhone Flowers Wired World Wide I
land Michigan, Mississippi, North Caro- ignorance of the law, and would resultin was. And only a few days S 5 S cent members. The Primary Taylor and the Cheshire 964-7071 Starke Phone 964-6291 I
the banner with
later we were worrying about Class won a
lina, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina. shorter sentences and fewer convic- frost. So far as we know the grade of 93. The Adult Women family enjoyed a fish fry at 407 N. Temple Starkt LANDSCAPINGWE
Since tions where circumstances justify. hard winter killed no ornamentals Dowling Lake Saturday night.
Gideon appeal went to the S S were next, with a grade of
Supreme Court hundreds But whether it would at our place. We were to win that Mrs. Mary Freeman had as SPECIALIZE IN / j I
of Florida save moneyor There was no frost at our 82. We are going Sunday guests her daughter, ,
4: prisoners have petitioned the State Supreme not, the Supreme Court has ruled, place but we noticed that a worried about our two week little banner again some of these Mrs. O. J. Green and grandson Dodd's, Service & LANDSCAPING 11

Court to overturn their convic- and apparently some form of public defender shoot of an Angel Trumpet coral trees, but this shoots.we days if you don't believe it, David and James Green AND NURSERY IJ' ;

tions on the same grounds. It is not system in Florida is inevitable. plant was somewhat wilted, And found even they the had new satsuma is watch us and see! and family of Jacksonville.Mr. Auto Sales Private and Commercial ,'f I

so it' was a close call. We And we are going to get and Mrs. Cecil AddisonJr Rambler Sales & Service :, Property
imagine that there was frostin sending out a few weak leaf these porches built of Also expert tree removal and I
It's Part 01 Newspaper's Job buds. some of Brooksville visited their GENERAL REPAIRING
some places in the area, these days too! Want to see parents the Cecil Addisons Lifetime Trimming.Your It
S U International
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
I I"fftY"1TTTTTTYTT if a woman can drive nails? and the Teodore Rosiers of <- -

To Cope With "Managed" News TTTy.y.,1HAMPTON We head that the four-lane Come and see! But if you don't Raiford last weekend., FIRESTONE Mufflers Tri County

stretch of US 301 between watch out she will find a job Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brown- '
Batteries Accessories
Being in the newspaper business to announce. In the long run, the public Highland and Maxville is due of work for you also! ing had as guests last Saturday Tires 528 8. Walnut, 964-3861 i i Development, Co. I

perhaps we should get all worked up has a right to know virtually every to be completed within from Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rob- Lake Butler HY 6-4267 i,
60-90 That's welcome
over the current controversy about thing.

"managed news" in Washington. It "This right is best served by. public By MM. D. E. Hill news, for then a fine, safe
road will be available
,. ,\vp U1d' be.'hice, ,' of course, i if every individual officials, who believe In Jceeping' the A.AAA. .&AA&AA i Btarke and Jacksonville.The .- '> '36 -

and every agency in govem.( 'public as :well l informed as possible, Visltersr?:&ls week at the 5 S ; : dyswthatprOve&Fords II
ment-local state and federalcouldbe and who tT
by reporters are responsibleas Paul Meng farm nearHampton -: elephant at ,the High

persuaded to give the unbiased facts well as hard diggers for news. It is were Mrs. Clarence Ham- land roadside zoo is named .

about itself good, bad, or indifferent. best safeguard by the means availableto mer and Mrs. Donald Giles of Mary. We're glad to know !

But will this time ever come? government to keep a secret if it Toledo Ohio. this, for up to now we've called !

Well, there is always the Millenium to really wants to, and the tenacity of reporters -i Visiting at the Dan John- her Alice in honor of,one tota'' performance

look forward to, of course. in blasting loose anything else." sons during last weekend were which did the "shimmy" at !

As one editorialist commented: Human nature being what it is, it is Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haddockand the 1939 World's Fair .in N. .

"Reporters will continue to asking too much, perhaps, to expect a family of Jacksonville, Y.C.
Mr. and Mrs. James Broome S S
for the maximum of news and oftento a and family of Vero Beach, ,

fight for it. The degree of respon- citizen-to portray himself in an un- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams We're still amused at the January 20In January 23 January 27In February 24 'i
proposal to cloth all animals
sibility and which favorable light. If there is unsavory and family, and Mr. and Mrs.
irresponsibility they included the idea of of brakes The' Falcon V-8 made their all. "500" '
which a lola perfGnnanc test 63tf Sprints a competition designed to,test. Daytona history was made whei63tf
exercise will vary according to occasions information to obtain, it is the re I T. J. Mann of Gainesville.Mr. putting breeches on horses. suspension' and jtefwj on the tost 4ebtt with a fantastic showing in the around performance fords were over ) Fords blued into the first five

individual reporters, and news porter's job to dig it out-not expectit and Mrs. J. W. Phillips is manifestly Ing Riverside; ifurt: cv CMC!::! :*, DaiGurnty : ?,.OQ-mie! Monte Carlo Rallye, Through all winners in Class I land Class II in the places I Since Daytona is the toughest
to be handed to him silver and baby of Titusville visited The suggestion: drove i Ford: lurdfcp: to vcfcry Europe's worst winter weather they Pure Oil Performance Trials at Daytcna. track in the world,this was eyewitness f
: media. on a plat absurd, one the fact of It' [or over 43 otter stock cart. TM Sl'ICmile p'jccd! 1st and 2nd in class. Besides this fob/performance design added up proof that Ford's total performance f
"Officials will continue to do ter. To this extent (the suppression of, 'their parents in Hampton last the other end for that matter grind deraons'raUd' Ford's superior .ore Sprint defeated every entrant in to most tctal, points in las economy, design can endure the maximum in
a variety unfavorable publicity) the news has weekend, and :Mr. and Mrs.J. ] for as everyone knows, stamina and road holding. the RalJye'j: six special stages. acceleration and braking events. automotive! punishment
of things: follow an open or closed W. Phillips and Mr. and
always been "managed" and always we ah'ea.dyhave a lot of horses' -
news policy depending on their inclination Mrs. W. M. Phillips attended; clothed, I
will be. For that cannot think rear ends suitably
reason we
and instructions; put out favorable a family reunion in Jacksonville ? A -
does it do
and what good I
qther than that the current hubbub in
with Mr. and Mrs. P. A-
publicity for their policies and actions .
rose by any other name.ILAY :
Washington is largely politically in- .
Liberty. Mr.Liberty has been -
; try to suppress or muffle news I' -
of spired. aboard the Saratoga stationedin vyvyvyl .
their mistakes; safeguard diplomatic
Administrations i back to, and even the Mediterranean. .. HNO -
and military the cloak _
secrecy; use .
Mr, and Mrs. Richard May "
including Washington's have HILL
.. of that secrecy to keep prying reporters'at sought\\ .
to "manage" the news-not and Mrs., C. R. Cox drove to ie"r 1 --.w V. ....

; bay; coddle friendly reporters, and might be said, with an ulterior motive. Philadelphia.last weekend to Dy !Irs. J. L. Strickland -,....' ..
hold others at arm's length. I bring back Mrs. Edna Eayre
We have the word of James' Reston, tAAAAAAALLAAAAk&ALAA
"This is a built-in conflict which is imminent for a visit here with them. _;._,_ -.,- -- ,-,.
Washington correspondentfor I
in the public interest. There have al Mr. and, Mrs. Glenn Mcln- First off is another excuse ....,..,. "' 1.w4 4 4; rALccnrt ; AIP
New York '
Times, that the news and for not having much news ;- ;4 -: ,
tosh. Mrs. Ethel I
ways been
checks and balances in the
is no more managed by the Kennedy Miss Betty.Durling spent Sat- again this week. About the .- ::- ?
realm of public information about gov- that ::
administration than by the Eisenhower urday In Jacksonville most important -

ernment. They are sometimes painful administration. If anything, the situa- The W. C. demons familyof has happened in our neck of .- lt
because there are abuses on both sides, : the woods. daughter Lillian : :
has improved under, the current ad- Heilbronn were Sunday my .
but they add up to a system that is bet ministration, according to Mr. Reston. visitors, here with Mrs. Ina Lioutza moved in with .- U : I

ter than any other system known to. We do not condone managed news Knight. us temporarily Friday of last : : _
day. I week. Came all of the way
so-called "secret Martin Mosher celebratedhis
or meetings"-but
our from Norton. Va.. to get some
"The public has a right to know as world being the imperfect place that it ,birthday on Friday, March work out of her mother! We FORD GALAXIE 500/XL _. _

much as government can tell without is, we know that they will always be 22, and dinner guests at the weren't expecting her but she SPORTS HARDTOP ,,'J -- w .. V _- ..

; violating genuine security or the indispensable with us. It is the newspaper's job to home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin. drove up in front of the house '
for birth-
need to keep policies and recognize the problem and cope with it I I day Mosher dinner Sunday Included a Mr. and with, the largest U-Haul trailer -

negotiations secret until they are readyTTTTTYyyYVYTTYTTYTYTT as best it can. Mrs. Milton Mosher and family we.have seen and it loadedto (1_
the top. overflowing
I the home of Monroe Gaskinsin Wanda, and children and Mr. ] Mr. and Mrs. Franklin 0'- household goods. We worked Q
and Mr.
Steen of Fairbanks
Jacksonville last Saturday. and Mrs. Jack Sikes of Jacksonville about all afternoon to unload
EVERGREEN Mrs. Daisy Pringle. Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Floyd Smith of Perry this vehicle. Saturday morningthe -

Minnie Redding and Teresa Guy Futch of Macclenny.. I husband (mine] decided V
Brewer were shopping in Gainesville Rev. R. R. Drury of Jacksonville time to go and __ ,, -----V V V i
Bj Mrs. Minnie L. Redding Mr. and Mrs. Burchfield i was a good {
Tuesday.Mr. I was guest speaker at lumber to repair : '
Miller and daughter. and Mrs. buy some S.
Phone 'lS.12U'AAAAAA.AAAAAAA4 and Mrs. Wondell Herndon William Pringle of Sanford I Hampton Baptist Church last the old porches we are aboutto --V--1 : : ;,

and family of Lake City spent the weekend with Mr. Sunday, for both morning and ,all through. so here'we go i.

spent Sunday with Mr. and and Mrs. Leslie McCleUan and evening services. Fred Dodd to Starke, to buy lumber. In <<,
Mr. and Mrs. Fischer Gas- of Keystone Heights spoke ,on| back to ., 11
t Mrs. W. H. Morgan. other relatives.Mr. the afternoon go 1 ,_ "
kins and family Mrs. Jean the work of the Gideons' at the trailerin. V
and turn 4c
I Sunday visitors of the Fischer and Mrs. Jack Sikes Starke 'Va. ,
Gasttns. and Rita Crawford t prayer meeting at thft thtu'ththe wash clothes t
Gaskins buy groceries
: family were Mrs. spent a few days with her
attended a family reunion at Bertice Gaskins and daughter. I parents Mr. and Mrs. Fischer -- previous. Wednesday,night- ; and anything else we could -
Rev. Paul Estes of Orange find to do.Sunday .. and here are the 631/2 that gave total proof of Ford'sIf 1
Park will be here for both I, -
I should have,rested -
ORIL4ACTM morning and evening, services -..but church came .in, on durability and handling! the Daytona "500.On every busy cross street- ,:
on'Sunday.March 31, and the if.ford-built. i
the and some cooking -
program -. you want the brakes that won on RiversIde'ssports
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH following Sunday April 7. the also- it's built for performance i
annual Homecoming Sunday : You may never see a competitive auto event But car circuit Your engine will hold up better

LflI&t t ESTABLISHED 1879 will be observedat the church, Monday? We had to go to- at 30 mph on rain-slick blacktop, in the close- through years of turnpike use because it) as ,..total-ptrfornunc !i
if had educ
school to we,
C' o with dinner on the church tion enough to start school packed rush of 5 o'clock traffic, on a twisting beautifully balanced as Falcon's Monte Carlo

'1)i FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED. CON- grounds; following the.morning again. Learned we couldn't mountain road, the results are important to you. V-8's.0 The winning competition car is bound to FORD I IAUOtI.

'VT; TINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD worship service. AH presentand attend school but Lillian's D On every slippery surface you need the kind be a great road car-and Ford is the big winner!

former members of the daughter could! Then we of roadability that placed five Fords out front in ".'lWSIII.IUUIMU ars --J uoo cuvI / : .,"IUII.'OID.JlAlllDUIIJD t

PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED As" SECOND: CLASS MATTER AT THE church are invited to be pres- started job hunting!, I soon
ent for the Homecoming services :I might find some .
and dinner. work to do since I hadnt been TERWILLEGAR MOTORS!

doing any so I returned horns
IN TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $3.50 - SIX !MONTHS $2.00 Gaskins. leaving Monday for 'and let Lillian' go on alone -_." ., -

OUTSIDE TRADE AREA ONE YEAR $4.00 - SIX MONTHS $2.25 New Jersey where they. will after one trial! Now say 206 WEST MADISON'' STREET STARKE, FLAf -

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,,yyyyyyy VYYYYTYYYV'rYTY'YmYYvtYYTYTvyYYYY Council Holds Four-way Tie I I VYYT7YYTYYYYTYTTYTYYY1MELROSE Middleburg visited Mr. and ,I their parents, Mr. and Mrs.-C.| i sonof New York City, are I[

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS 1 Special Meet ;Ends: Pro-Lady Mrs. Clarence Ashley and L. Bass, and Mr. and Mrs. i ;spending a couple of weeks at I

: family. I J. V. Slade. } I their home here. ,l
On New CharterThe
: Golf TourneyFour Mrs. O. T. Robinson spent Mrs. Ha Moose of Hampton; Mr: Roxie dough returnedto !
By Mary K. SchaefferSAAAASsss
Keystone By Airs. Alice EothhammerYYYYyvvvvyyyyyyyyyyy Thursday in Palatka. and Ralph Cason of Silver;, her home in Gainesville I

Heights Town teams tied in Key Mrs. Wilbur Sapp is in the Lake and R. { ;after spending i the week witrj I
..... A&&aaaaaaaaa.... . . Council held a special meeting stone's V visited, Mr. Mrs.
---- -- k Pro-Lady Golf Tour- Alachua General Hospital in I
: M. Cason Sunday. 'her mother. Mrs. Vira Her-
--------.A&AAa-.1 j Monday and Instructed '
Sophomore Minstrel night nament OQ March 191: j i Woman's Club Gainesville.Rev. I ]ring. Mrs. Came Rye is home
salary merit raises. Many [ town I I Mr, and Mrs. Qene Easter-1
attorney MyronC. JI ,Two, teams playing with A Woman's and Mrs. Lee W. Hea- I i
Is Biff Success I poor teachers can pass the Prevatt to the new ? Club meetingwas ling and children and Miss ; ;after & week's stay iu Doc-

The Sophomore Class of test with flying colors, while town charter prepare for submissionto Keystone pro Les Stephenson I, held Wednesday, March ton left Sunday' for Jones- I Jane Wesley of Eau Gallie r !tor's Hospital I. and u: rc1ng) at

the Keystone Heights High a dedicated teacher may fail ( the 1963 Legislature.The tabbed net 62's.. Eileen Lee !! !21, at the Clubhouse. Mesdames boro, Ark. to attend the fy- : spent Saturday With Mr. and l her': job,in,the post office,

School uiuler the direction of it. Florida used. to attract major change from the I Freda Wyman.. and Eva Hall i Mae Pearsall, Adie, Ashley, neral of Mrs. Beaton's: mother. I :' Mrs P. p. Mann of Flora-

John Miller, presented a delightful eachers from other lower- formed"one. : team, and Gena Hagglund, Neefus, and Rice Mrs. John T. Hamilton who Mis. Glynn Rohhammer and hone.'a called to. St. Au; us-
present charter is the
M ins trel entitled paying states, but now these of mayorcommissionerform adoption _. p Christoffers. Vesta Aiken. and !:i were hostesses at the luncheon I died! in Memphis? Tenn. They j I family. tine to stay.with her brother

"Burnt Cork" on Friday and states have raised their salary a Mary rokas, the other.The meeting. The program ,was'i i!' returned home Thursday.C. II Ii I Osborne Joyner who is very
of government. : : ,other two inclui I i .. C. of Mr. i METHODIST C1IURCF .
Saturday evening, Mar. 22 and schedules, and the teachers Under the the terras entitled "Scene Changers, Corey, son ill. .

23. in the school cafetorium.A no longer care to come to will be new the proposal chairmanof ded Dink Wise and Williard i featuring colored slides, courtesy and Mrs. Clifford Corey of I I MELROSE Mrs. Robert Martin of

record crowd attended each Florida. If the, situation does mayor Knight ,of Palatka.. I of the Celanese Corp. of Gainesville, sp nt, the weelwith IIi Gainesville visited her daughter -
the council and will havea
evening ,and everyone ..including not get better, Florida will vote. The number of Starke' was represented by America.. An election of officers his grandparents, Mr.. Ii Rev. Kenneth MV. Griffith I I Mrs. ILldred; pp. and,
l' two teams: Pro Homer Wood, was held.. and Mrs. C. W,, Il1f i Pastor chJldreji unjay.s
their: parents was. amazed not have enough good teachers will be reduced from : on I
at the talent displayed by or any sort of teachers- the present five to four. M.: Wood, Bernice Epps, and Duplicate Bridge ?Mrs, V. Y-: Crawly left I Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Mr. and 'Mrs. Robert Hall

this group of boys and girls. to mann the classrooms.The Several other changes Kay Lyon posted a net of 64, The winners at Melrose Duplicate Tuesday.. .... for Fart< Walton to. Worship-l.i a. m.TRLVITY ; and. ; two children- have. moved:
Considering the fact that Agnes WatsonIs while the team of Homer Bridge Club for last spend several days with rela- into he Tom, Fennel house. .
room count was won being which will ,
KHS has no auditorium witha Mrs. class. Wood. Lil Bishop, Gertie WcRae week include the following: tives including her father, B. EPISCOPAL I They came to Grandin from I
by Sullivan's limit the amount of
bona-fide stage, these young- The Nominating Committeewill the council without Engaged ,, and Virginia'Shannon: First place, Mrs. D. Collins Weeks.Mr. .- CHURCH MELROSE I Starke.

sters, who have had little can spend shot ,a net of 6.Virginia and Mrs. John Foster; second and Mrs. Vance Powell
present the slate of 1963- a vote of the people. To Charles Cross j Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Doug-
Shannon made the Desoto Pageantin Holy Days 10 a. m., Holy I
a place, Mrs. and attended
dramatic opportunity, did a 64 officers at the April 18 Council Chairman Don Emory Cooper las were .called to Ft. Myers

very professional-like job. meeting. Pangbprn will advise the citi- Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Beres- birdie ,on the 160-yard. .No, 2, Mrs: R. P. Vogh; third place, Bradenton.:: Sundays' 10 a. m. Church i iast week by thedeath of MrDouglas' >

Outstanding performances ford Watson of Keystone which gave the team a "hole Mrs. Walter J. Grolick. and I :Mr. and Mrs. Dan Starlingsperit .. School. 11:45: a. m. Morning--' ;, mother.
Marshall Par- Initiation Held zens of Keystone as soon as in one." Mrs. Wood shot 'a Miss Sally Mansfield; fourth Tuesday with Mrs. star- Prayer and Sermon ,First I *
given by Mrs.
were Heights announce the engagement :Mr. and Bill Gnajm ot
OES a of the proposed char-
By Chapter copy nice !93 in t the tourney, and ling's brother and sister-in- Sunday, Holy COmIlU on). f
dee Wilma Gardner, Carol of their daughter, place, Mrs. G. M. Allen Jr. T ..m'ere Saturday suesUof
ter is available for study at I
Stephenson Joyce Warden, Worthy Matrol Phyllis Hus the town hall. Agnes to Charles Emory this was: her first: ; ;round on and Mrs. Albert Spires. law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Birt. I j! p.m. Episcopal Young Church- JJiJis. Loreua ;Hinson.: :Mr.
sey and Worthy Patron H. Ed- the, Keystone Eliam Gen. and Mrs. Wallace men. I :
course. Baptist Church
IJruce Moon, Nancy O'Connor, Cross, son of Senator and Gnann is MrsHinson's nephew
Prior to it to the ,
submitting ,
Carroll Baker, Tommy Bird ward Hussey of OES Chapter Mrs. James Emory Cross of Teams from Green Cove The Young People of the Ford and son, John, of Tam- Communion- I '
279, officiated at the cere- legislature, the council will L Springs, Jacksonville with Gen. The Rev. Lee W. Heaton. :
Tyrone Alexander B u c k y Gainesville.The Gaines Eliam Baptist Church met pa spent Saturday:
Bunce. and Ray Wingate. mony of initiation in confer- hold a public meeting for bride-elect is graduate ville, Palatka, Brentwood, Daytona Tuesday night with the Wo- and 1v rs. R. P.: Hollis and accompanied Vicar. I Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Alder-

During intermission cold ring the degrees of the orderto discussion of the new charter. of Emory-at-Oxford a -, Beach, Mayport, and I1 L man's Missionary Union at t i ? : them to the Oke- i I man. 'were business. visitors to

Mrs. Gena Christoffers and ., Gainesville Driving fenok swa'mp: fYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYyY i' Jacksonville on Tuesday.
the church. e.
drinks, cup-cakes and pop- Oxford, Ga., and is now a junior '
Mrs. Kathryn Davis. Mrs. Lillian .. Final Rites Held comprising 1g a fielp! of 18 teams, A bon-fire was held Friday Airs. Florrie Griffith of I Zan son of Mr
corn were purchased in the at Emory University in E'S.:
'Mrs. broke
King became a memberof participated. .i in; tihe tourna night at the home of Miss Fayetteville, N. C. is visiting GRANDIN and
Home EC. room. At the closeof For A. E. ReavesOf Atlanta, Ga., where she is a his right forearm, last Saturday -
the Chapter by affiliation ment., Marian Fredriksson- Gues Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Simmons.
the program, the class pre- member of Kappa Kappa .
whea lid to the ferlilizer -
from a Jacksonville Chapter. Keystone The amateurs and Mrs. Earnest Whitney is / the
sented Mr. Miller with a gift Gamma sorority. : pros; divided ; i.-, speaker was Bill Barber, director : By CharJeyene Brautleyvyvyvvvyvvyvywwvv,
: Following the meeting, the $360 in in ; distributor fejl on Ws
and they also had a gift for The bridegroom-elect is a prize money'. ,r of Young People at home after a brief stay the
visitors and members retiredto Arthur Ernest Reaves, 83, and merchandise.; Waldo Baptist Church. hospital.Mr. .5. hand.
their pianist, H. Allmany. junior at the University of
Home DemonstrationClub the banquet hall where refreshments of Keystone Heights, died Florida in the College of Business Tie In Team' Play. ,:The Junior. Girls Sunday and Mrs. B. E. Kelley Mrs. Charlie McKinney" and On Monday the construction -

To Meet were served anda Thursday, March 21, as the Administration, where Team No. 1, ,consisting of: I School Class of Eliam Baptist and ,Samuel, Kelley:, 'Mr.: an
The Melrose Home Demon- social hour enjoyed. There result of a sudden illness. he is majoring in insurance.He Eva Hall, Elva'Steadham' Fay Church Dianne Addison.L Mrs. Pat Glisson and daughter pf Stark were Sunday visitors ymerpck}; on State Road' 31JfrQni
were several guests from Mr. Reaves born in Mangel, and Lois Olson Grandin to the Clay
was tied Shirley Mae Sever Martha Melanie, Mr. and Mrs. !
station Club will meet on is a member of Phi Delta at the home< Of Mrs. Vira

Friday, Mar. 29, at 2 p.m. at Chapters in Ohio, Wisconsin, Mayfield Ky. on Oct. 21, 1879, Theta fraternity, the Insur- :: with Team 3, composed of:f I Mathews. Connie Morris, and George Alderman, and Mr Herring.Mr. County line.

and Indiana. The hostesses and had resided in Keystone Gene Christoffers. Jane La-, Betsy Huff Eddie Joe Wainwright and
the home of Mrs. Herman L ance Society, and is an officer accompanied toy I1, and Mrs. Fred William;?
Mrs. Alma Frost, Mrs. Amy Heights for 17 ears. He was candidate in the Air Force Coste, Zee Tolles, and Corrine their teacher, Mrs. Bunyon sons had a picnic lunch together of Palatka visited friends in PARAN BAPTIST CHURCH
Schroeder at which time
a L
demonstration of yeast breads; McElrath, and Mrs. Millie retired accountant and a communicant ROTC. Louth to win the team;i Kelley. took a hike of several at the State Park in Grandin on Friday. They are I I GRANDIN, FLA,

Muhlhofer served refresh- of the Community play series at Keystone GolfOWltry I miles through Melrose stine.
Friday St. u
will be given by the hostess ments using the St. Patrick'sday Church. The couple will be married & Club. fprmer residents her Rev. Paul Travis, Pastor
This was postponed from the June 29 in the Community Methodist Church Mrs. Ethel Gress of .Columbus Mrs. Lorene Minder of Lake

February meeting. President decorations as a motiff. Surviving are three sons, Church of Keystone Heights. The. monthly luncheon: The MYF of the Methodist Ohio left Saturday;: after. I Swan was a dinner guest of' Sunday School, 10 a.m.

Grace Perry will preside. A Grand Chapter OES Anthony and Arthur E. Reeves meeting of the Ladies Golf I church held a party Friday: spending two weeks,: with her the Eugene Brantley family Morning Worship 11 a.m.

To Meet In Jacksonville Jr.. both of Jacksonville, Association will be held atLois night in -the recreation build I 6:30
culinary hint: Crushed gingersnaps sons, Bill and Richard Logs Sunday.Mr. Training Union p. in.
added to brown Members of the Order of and Francis M. Reaves, Or- must Clerk have E. licenses, and City Walker's home on Apri:i ing at the Methodist Church. don, and families. and Mrs. Windle, Cura-, Evening worship 7:30: p. mMidweek
gravy gives an extra special Eastern Star have been given I lando; and: three great-grand- dog that Corbett reminds 1. Boy Scout News Mr. and Mrs.! ;Ross Bass and bus have moved .to J' atka. I Prayer Meeting Wednesday
children. owners a city tag is i
flavor. Wonderful with beefor the privilege of contributingto $1. An application for a new children of Bunnell 'visited<: Mr., and Mrs., Christian ,Ols- I !1:30: p.m,_
Dogs must be .
vaccinated I
.. _
Funeral services heldat -
the International Temple were charter for the coming yearwas --- -- U?'
Young -
veal! presented gifts in
Fund for the Masonic Templeat 3 pjn. Saturday in St. for rabies tbefore getting licenses 'turned in and several revisions -
PTA Hears Long paper bags along with appropriate -
Washington, D. C. The Anne's Episcopal Church, Key- too. made in Boy Scout

Discuss Florida StatusOf Schools price is $1 per lifetime. These stone Heights, with Rev. William Tax Warning I I ceramic. bowl speeches., ,fashioned A lovely bs4ps. Troop 109,At a recent meet KEYSTONE BEIGHTS. MELROSE
Final warning Mrs. I
contributions help to maintain W. Worstall officiating. : Sara ing. Serving Scout Master
PTA I Vera ,ownbey; was: a very . .as
The Heights '
Keystone McDonald
Burial in the family City Tax Collector,
this temple which becomes was s cia) .giftHaving 'hi the coming year will be
held its regular monthly 7 the official residence of plot in Keystone Heights reminds all Keystoners thaj! ; Glynn Rofohammeivwilh Gilbert

meeting on Thursday evening the Most Worthy Grand Ma- Cemetery under direction of City Taxes are delinquent after -:I ., recently sold their. 'Reed as Committee',Chair- BUSINESS.DIREcTORy I

Mar. 21, with Max Mooney- tron and the Most Worthy DeWitt C. Jones Funeral March 31. After that date, :home. ,on Brooklyn Lake the ,many. Murray Sipprell is the '. .
ham presiding. a five per cent delinquent fee Yowigs have been living in
Patron, when in Washington, Home. p ---- -
Institutional R: e presentative .. :
Speaker for the evening was D. C, Eastern Star members will be charged; Lake yir. mobile: home in and 'Committee'-Members are APPLIANCES INSURANCE r ..,... nO ..to.... ,

Hirris C. Long Clay iiSuperintendent wishing to contribute may the week of April 1, as special Hobby Show PlannedAt Geneva: Trailer ,Park.' C. M. Burkhalter. G W Buchanan I .. H_ RESTAURANTS
However Tuesday .
of Schools, the Monthly Covered L pn of this -- .1
send their dollar to Mrs. Beatrice dispenstation has been ,. .Harry Jackson, L. p.
___ Murrhee Insurance
to get Dish Luuncheon March 26 week,, they left for their new 0 V Service Center THE
who urged all parents Schroeder, Box 260, Melrose granted Keystone Chapter 279 ,, Baldwin.. and py"Catchpo e. T f *
home a't
behind their legislators and I I, Fla. to cancel the regular April 2 : Woman's Club President Mrs.,: Mobile Home the Court Land at 0' Lakes The trop: /.sys"'.divi2-eli. inty J J. R, .TIJUES, ProprietorAuthoi I Agency Keystone I 'HeightsRestaurant

Julius Hanson announced .. .. Orange
prod them into doing some an ,
The Keystone Chapter will meeting. The April 16 meet- City. Two' A of their" the AUigatjor, Rebel, and Rat Lzed .W&l: l rr hilcO;
April project-an exhibitionof > daughters Genera] Insurancefire
Florida's publicschools
thing receive credit at Grand Chap- ing will honor the new Grand L tlesnake'Patrols.. .. Sales .and. SeryiceSenjc '
in !
at this next session. hobbies, arts, and crafts. that section of the. -Casualty Bonds
r ter State of Florida which Instructor, and reports of School News ; Pik i1 Biases
Florida which It will be held at the Masonic; ,AHifjd Line* Under New Management
He said that ,
meets in Jacksonville 1- will be made. Eight students initiated -
April Grand Chapter were TV RAWO STEREO
_... ._ ,'
in rank in the Hall. Exhibitors are not Party guests included --- -' Keystone ;Heights Tel. 473-428
12th h con- Eva
-vas once : In
Club Specializing
5, at the Coliseum. Registration McDowell Home into the ; W.ork quaraite&-Ty"Rentals -I

Nation's public education system I takes place at 9 ajn., Is Scene of Party fined to Woman's Club mem- Mannering Irene Williams, It: the junior, 11&J)h school honor Keystone Height," -473-46oi; JEWELER Blue Plates with

is now in 28th place. He : April 1. Informal openingbe For Young Visitors bership. Friends of the club ma Lockwood.., Elva.. Scott, club, last Thursday. with Mrs.Clarence .. -.- Fre&h'getabJea
of the deterioration are asked to display work also. Louise Perry Estha -
part Tuesday at 8 p.m. Formal Col. and :Mrs. James McDowell Stringer ; .Holden; sponsor, in '
1) of the Florida Schools The Finance chairman, Mrs. Marguerita Schroeder,. Sara Keystone: Jewelers OPEN
opening at 9 am. Wednesday, entertained Sunday charge of the program. To beUgibe AUTO SERVICE ,
the fact that all teachersare Herb Nelson, appointed Mrs., McDonald Lynnie : 6 A. M.\ -10 P. 3L 31on. '
Schroeder .
on Thurj.
Mar. 3. Election of officers evening at their home on for Beta, Club a student and Gift
Olive Stevens and Mrs. Mabel Dorothy Koons. ShopA OPEN 6 A. 31.
required by state law to Apr. 4. Installation of Officers Lakeview Drive honoring Edna WUliams ,must have and maintain Terrell's til Mldoitf

take the National Teachers' Friday, at 7 p.m. Worthy their granddaughter, Suzanne Husbands as co-chairman for ,- Beatrice Schroeder, at least a B average. A luncheon Nice Selection Of FrL, Sat., Sun.

Examination. Unfortunately Matron Phyllis Hussey will Rountree and her roommate, this project. Vera. Ownbey, Daisy Hall, Helen :, was held in the cafeteria Gulf ServiceNew Gifts At the stojJite Keyfetgne.lit IJrtf.
I the results of the examina- attend all sessions. Past Wor- Betty Meyer, who are on Lions Club SupportingN. Egan, and Amy Lewis, who following the initiation & Used Tires Weddipg

I tion are used as a basis for thy Matron and present Chap- Spring vacation from schoolin Fla Eye Bank wasfrom Delaware. I service h c'was held in the From $3.00 Up All Sizes Sterling

I lain Ernestine Eisenacher has Washington D. C. Suzanneis The Keystone Heights Lions Estrellita Notice library. Those who presentedwith Lubrication Batteries Acces. Greeting Cards Lake
IS YOUR ESTATE been honored to be escort page the daughter of U. S. Am- Club met on Monday night in The next monthly business pins aijid certificates included OPEN 7 A. M. 7:30 P. M. Millie &WalIie MuhlhoferExpert ;>> ,

PROGRAM 1 UP TO DATE? to Grand Treasurer Mary bassador and Mrs. William M. I the Lion's Den. meeting; of, Estrellita will be :Marlene Odom Bill Keystone Heights_ 4734279AUTO I Restaurant
Ih, ASK YOUR GULF LIFE Laura Johnson. Past Worthy Rountree who are presentlyin I The current project of the held on April 10. Definite Ormsby, Cecelia i Sparkman, -9'. e.1.- -J-. 1- Repairs

MAN FOR THIS FREE Matron and present Secre- the Sudan, their current Lions is supporting the North plans will be completed regarding Lloyd Baldwin, David Gaboardi STORE Certified Watchmaker STEAKS:: : CHOPS
Florida Bank and
SERVICE tary. Beatrice Schroeder has assignment.The George M.Eye Schaeffer, chair Lion the dinner for Some- N omi; Vaughn: Michael, Keystone- Heights.. .. 473-4177. Seafoods Orders -To Go

L.R.BRAULT been honored to be Chairmanof party was held on the time in May. Thomas, and Joe farsh.rsBosaRabell. 4
man of the Eye Bank Committee
the Library. Complete pro- spacious porch overlookingLake reported that he had- Personal Items .... .who is a Western. .- Auto, -MILLWORK OPEN

PHONE 473-4131: gram will be carried in the Geneva. The guests en- contacted quite a few people On Sunday, March 31, "Op- native of t11a.and. an educational : Associate Store 7 Days 6 A. 1[. till Midnite

Ju< Hhvay 21 Keystone Height! Times-Union. joyed dancing and refresh- who had willed their for en House" will be held at St. TV Spanish instructorfrom Keystone
Because of Grand Chapter ments. yes Johns River Junior -- ,:the University of Florida Appliances-Major or Small, I I 1.4 Mi. N. of Stoplite

Boys and girls attending have restoring done sight.so include Those Mr. who and(: from 2 until 5 p.m.; Anyone College visited the Melrose High Auto: Accessories, Tires, Millwork. Shop Keystone Heights

wishing to School Spanish class r ce.nty.Students"Connie Batteries. .
t the party included Dee Dee Mrs. Ray Chance, Mr. and know more about CABINETS ,DOORS --
Hardenbergh, Nancy sutton this fairly: new Institute Morris. Mad- Sporting Goods! Bicycles. REAL
", I Mrs. Charlie McGlave, Mr. and of WINDOW FRAMESSCREENS ESTATEC.
Margaret Pater, Lorraine Dey, Mrs. Bill Beam. Mr. and Mrs- ::tearing is urged to come and alyn' Weghorst: }' T, c. Miller, ,Hardware? :; Paints, GardeA.
:make the and Jerry :Teske: appeared on Supplies. -
Harold Snellen. Margaret Donald Ray Brassfield, George: most of. this oppor-
tunity. television with Mrs. Rabell KEYSTONE_ HEIGHTS Trim Mat rUlj
on I
"ak Muir, Herbie Nelson, Tom l Schaeffer, Mr. and Mrs. The- "

"NEVER MINDS Gardner. Alec Livingston,, ron Whidden, :Mr. and Mrs. I SUPPORT, your Woman's Saturday. Electrical 1 Contractors Sash. Made To Order J. Pete: O'Cpnnor

Mac and Reba Hall, Mary CLUB BUILDING fund.' Personals ,I
I Gerald F. Sweat, Mr. and See I' Keystone
Ann and David Schaeffer Old Time: Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Tanner: ; T -. -Heights- 473-4285. REALTOR
S I ,,, Mrs. Carl Darden, Mr. and Vaudeville, Show.., Jackson Electric Co
: ,, Veazy and Julie Walker, and Mrs. Joe Wildt Mrs. Gil Parades Starke- High School Auditor-. pf JFlprahpme visited. .Mr. and : REAL ESTATE
hit Sunday.?
Butch and Jimmy Fox. : Saturday March
$ S Edward M. Bleha, Mr. :, 30,_ :8 :
: Help Control Rabies and Mrs. Jack Habstroh. Mrs. P4ja.JMr. ,Wr .,and: Mrs. Bill lDgsdon_ Wiring, Electric, Range, [MORTGAGES APPRAISALS

By Having: AU Pets Josefa Cabanas, Wilfred Ca- ,. and Mrs. Roy W. of, Keystone.. -Mr. -and Mrs. a jd Water' Heater RepairsGeneral. Keystone heights TeL '473-4297

LOOK IN TilE Innoculated Mar. 30 banas Owen Howard. Mrs. .of Keystone, Heights Tyre Dick ;Logs'on and .children, Electric Repair ort Clemens NurseryCitrus < .
Dr. James B. Nichols, direc- Edith C. Larsen, Mrs. Paley tbA marriage, of 'their announce daugh- and. Mrs. 'Ethel_ .Gress spent .Call "Toby" For All:: Your! ,i Winifred
:% '. tor of the Division of Veterin- Boyd, Mrs. Betty R. Sewejl,'II.,rter ,Je/ada Psulette to'David Sunday .at: Cypress: Gardens. Electrical Needs j : trees $%.50 to $4.9. .
ary Public Health of the Flor- Mrs. '.M.: ::)(Irs. Gordon Atchinson. of Keystone Heights fhi,473-4973
Ruth Mrs.
Nooney, Maftia "Jacksonville some In fruit, Canned
several daysvrQ :-i- ; or Bare.-
NEXT CAR!1" spent
ida State Board of Health. Betty R. 'The.w jjrltfcJbJook Ojdando
Chapman, and Mr. dding. : place F mfsuPP JES' 'j rootAzaleas
says that ''the way to prevent, and Mrs. Frank Nooney; and; i in Jacksonville: .was' an eventof her: sister. !rs. Ethel Reg. Real EsUU flrok.

the spread of rabies to humans six children. I Febrjuary 2& 'Sever. S for .$1.00 to $1.00 ea. L&kc Properties Acreft .

or domestic animals is The North Florida Eye i iI Mr.,and Mrs.>> R. Modeland Mrs.! David Hinnant of C. & L. Feed Co. Hiway 100 at Hillcrest Ranches Business City
to have every pet vaccinated.On Bank for Mid neburg-: and: Mrs: : Howard
I Restoring Sight Inc. of Montreal; Canada, i9n1 s..! 51$
March 30, from 9 ajn. till is located at the J. Hills Miller been guests 'a White Feather having Morris visited Mrs.: Roy Caldwell a M. JRKHALT JR. Miles East of "We, Take, A Personal InUretfi
'tr'. i 12 noon, the county veterinarian Health Center in Gaines- Court for the past few : hi .Is..9.r9v !' esda.y. FEEDS Keystone Heights "I.In' Tour R

Sticking your neck out by being nosey, will be in Keystone Heightsto ville. It was founded by the plan to spend a month months in .St. Mrs. Irma Wilkes and son. '** FERTILIZERS .SALE, .-..---< -- I Midway; : Keyton qu1rementr"I fa I

vaccinate pets at City Park. Lions of North Florida, and Petersburg before Colin, of New Smyrna Beach,, FAR.UERS" HARDWARE = H4gbiiIway : ,

could call for emergency hospitalization.Is Dr. Nichols says that farm the University of Florida. to their Canadian home.returning and, Miss 'Dwinnie jSlade, ,of i Earleton Camellas Azalea Dogwood '1WJ'- ..* I

families should especially be Tel. Melrose, ,GR 5-5163 : Box Wood
Anyone desiring to will his New permanent residents 2.1-q* 8 u4a.y.
your savings) account for of
concerned. He warns all citi- or her to the North Florida Nursery stock f
eyes Keystone Heights are Joe and our community. I FLORIST --- ;%MJ;

emergencies? If not see us we'll aid zens against wild animals Eye Bank may call Lion Helen Wallace,- who have built Mr and.Mrs. Harold Rams- .- ,jLatchstring Nursery S 0# ,.L_ ,

which suddenly' appear tame. Schaeffer at 473-4127, or Lton a \\o.vejy; ,new .home" on the dell; of Arl.Ao J1;. Va-. have !i Colonial Florist I Member F. N. G. A. S..E. McKay, Realtor;
you in planning a reasonable savings account belligerent, or act strangely. Frank Nooney, at 473-4257. of''
j jjtignjgay]4eoe] ,, next door returned home .after a stay HAS I Melrose GR 55475CITRUS j
This I NEW 'u
is the OWNERSDot "
way a rabid animal / Surprfce Party Given to.. SSfc' ps e, The Wallaces j I two weeks ,at White Feather I 14 T Lots !Hse
at Keystone State Bank.. acts. Local authorities airs.: BIrs. Young: have ,, Court Bagwell, Mgr. I Lilly $3500. ]
been The
week-ending in RamsdeUs ace coUr Terms 1
I $ ,Lo 8onei.'jLakeS2775. .
should also make every effortto The Estrellita Club gave a Keystone; Jn thefc- .ome. for, sins .of; the, Driesels. whQ ate I FREH FLOWERS CONTAINERS' Ternjf
Javetty t
have stray dogs MEMBER F. T. D.flowers IIJSO To :$5.00 tract
- or surprise-farewell party ,fox some tune but ;tQl jpe .lspermanutly j I,also guests ,at toe Court. Other I large e .igz f b (or. jgfferaJ .
rounded up and impounded or Mrs. Young Wired World Wide Plenty of Blooming Camellia Jots
Bernice at the ,!r1en
: retired,. and they I $ fit the Driesals. Mr. i: f access to ,iffde
destroyed. Cats, when rabid, home Starke Phone 964-6291 from SOc Rare Camellias andy )each.
of Mrs. Ernestine Eisen I''and up.
MIS. JAmes
are -realizing ,their dream of'' Graham ..oISprIngield I UM for recreaUM

are much more vicious than acher on Lake Santa Fe on living In Keystone: .at las Jqe: [I .* Mass.. hate; zf- I. Edna grafted,' Il-!o up.. Plenty peg ing for 1nvtz4. 3fbUp Terms.hold
MEMBER F. D. I. C. dogs. wlliaiiFLORLSTNURSEEY jp-Z
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS March 20. While : .I eens m4Plant
. Mr. Young and; Helen were both employ?j, raved ,at the c urt Jitter being < 2 BR CB furnIshed
THE FRIENDLY BANK IN So have ALL pets vaccinated. j cottage on
THE FRIENDLY COMMUNITY was bowling. Mrs. stopped edat"the
Young State P isonaRal-, !i! a t>Indian. Rocks. Beach.j ,I *le
but. well This worth service what is not tree, at the Eisenacher home font; We .congratulate t\1e.tz1.2.Jf\' I Egbert ,E. Lambert, former,,, 'FLOWERS Let u? Jaodscape yovp Ijpinp. i|700.> 'Term*. -
you pay supposedly to ten about their
for it her .choiqe. of retirement j. Keystoner, visited bjs: Lx-laws. i, For AD OcearfauJlelrasa 0. C. CARNES_ NURSERY 11

. -.LiII:: = : 'Y.ti :iiiii- .--- _-, All dogs in.Keystone Heights new that mobile she was home. It was then I SPOts, andhppethey' Vui_ con?'I I !r.andMrs.Charle Wallenicontinued .- _. .. Pljone:-OR 5-2331 fliway 100, 23 mL E. of Stark 1thie'Heights FUu
surprised. Mrs. thine -
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ius, last week, while on ai i I
three-week WEEK ;
business tr i P'l
throUgh Florida. Mr. Lambert: '
has jjeeu, restored: ; to pis form: I
mo: position with t the. Anti=.r 1 -- .- .-. .. ,,' I, I I I r. I

sti.gng.Tool: :: Corp', as Southeastern ': ._ ... .. ".
District'Representat1 I -. -'-- VVV .- --'-..- ..-..- -- -- I 'r + ( -
ive. He and his 'wife Betsy. '
y; >w hying at their FREE
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Rev and'Mrs. A.. E. Rather I .,
left Tuesday. Morning to spend i DINNER ROLLS. .
sometime in Meadville. Pa. I -

with Mrs. Rather.:;? PJ.ot \er, IEAN GOV7, INSPECTED BUDGET BEEF .
who expects to celebrate her : '
1i\l\AlVv" 1
.94th. "bIrtl1d y fir the near fU- I 1S>>\.,>y"V.'COUPON'V1"vv
ture.FVN %R.
Vaudeville 'show,. Siarke. High
Sglwoll.,atfdjlqrjuro.. Saturday LB
March 30. 8 p.m. Benefit Keystone -
Woman's Club building
fund. ROI.l. 1
Col. and Mrs. H. R. Phelpsare ;
enjoying the visit of an QUALITY\ CONTROLLED- FRESHLY
old friend Warren Hall, of WITH
Gary, Ind. Col. Phelps and \ ; 3
Mr. Hall were. schoolmates, F. FOOD ORDER ,.ARCH 28-30. I r
then ,.
went separate ways. They COUPON GOOD MI
chanced to meet again in ,
France In World War I, and ( nnnrnnn narr'an LBS

then for 42 years they did not nn CODE ..,.,.., .. ..
see one another until this .
visit, Mr. Hall: 1 1:1. taking advantage [,I I r
of Keystone's 's beautiful :- ,l SAt4BORN t -
course. i

spent the past three COffEE i. Ib
WHOLE 45cCenter
tHI 0
months at White Feather ROUNDBONEROASTLB4Oc ; S f
Court, has len for a short visit : Cut t Ham
with her son in Jacksonville i -
before returning to her I! COVT INSPECTED BONELESS --. ..,
home in Ohio. Another. '
live Norman in Keystone Jr.. !and ITEights.Airman his; 'famiy. ; BEEFSTElfil . .LB 59c LB : .

and Mrs. Oather CAN J JtPLATESTEW..A'.LB29c
Queen and two daughters. have : COVT_ INSPECTED TASTY .\ : ,f. ,; .,
been spending. this.week with \ : SHANK =
Mrs. Queen's "parents, Mr. q ; CUTPLENTY
'" t.
and Mrs. Ed: Bleha. The \\' \ ,

for Queens n r"liome"hi are enroute'Orlando from their to LEAN GOVT INSPECTEF ,- '4.,t\,., FOOD FAIR i: "t OF SOLID CUTTING

Dakota thAv) pew; assignment; in North SHORT RIBS .LB 39c L'J;. : COFFEE '38 :: : ,"... -, ,. -. ., r

SENt the Old Time Vaudeville :"... ,,,.,,,.... .. ....,... .... w. -
Starke High School au- -- .......... .......,".... ... YOUR. CHOICE. 8
d/tcruuD./ \,at. March jp, g. p. I .. '.. !",' WITH $S.OO 11 Look What Bays!!
m., jjeuef# Jveystone Woman's. SMOKED_ SLAB ((2 LBS & UP) ,! ,n ;,". FOOD ORDER
Club building? 'fund. ': 15 OZ CANS S OLD GLORY;>. RAND
Mr and Mrs. /:: olJici ::
Joseph Dey BACON 29c ;
LB =
moving and. three this children w1I11. pe p 't' ;: .., PORK & BEANS .. 9c
weekend into '
their '
1 \
new home on Brooklyn' 'Lake, BLUE RIBBON .a.

which they M r.recently and purchased ', ( I ; \,>.. RED KIDNEY{ BEANS 9c
front ; 1-/-rs: George .FIRST CUT RIB V TIDE I '. iiK 4cBLUE. .
Xo( ng. Mr. Dey is employed: r (I \

They at Sperry's moved here in about Gainesville.a year PORK CHOPS .777. IB 35c fvyyE V \ \: BABY LIMA BEANS 9c

ago from Portage,. pa.. and t r .
have been occupying the ferir LEAN MEATY WESTERN 47 OZ
house; Lake Geneva, a- .

cross Gertrude- .:the:! Houses street .from' Miss SPARE RIBS.. rrrr LB 35c ;i,. PKG '=v' .{- :f GREAT t NORTHERN BEANS 9c

Anne's EpiscopalA f
temporary office,has been ) -... BLACK EYE PEAS . 9c
provided for the Vicar of St. ROE MULLET . IB 15c WHITE OR BLUE /
Anne's in the building next C BESTEAK
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to fice the Hours Nearly will'New be Shop.Monday.Of- FARMER GRAY PURE PORK ROLL <>,...,.. Fyne-Tex 48 & JUMJT : EARLY JUNE PEAS . 9c

day Tuesday, fram Thursday.10 ajn. till, and.12 noon FrI- SAUSAGE a a 3 LBS $100''\;.. .,.........,....".................., ,........ .. ",.,' YOUR- --'--1 .
-and also by appointment.Upon ...'w .-..... ...",- WITH $5.00 SPAGHETTI 9c
..... .a
the, request of the .. .,. FOOD ORDER '- -
Bishop, Department of Chris- ....../-m. ..d..n.. .. ..'<. .- '. .
tian Living. and the WomenOf .r '''' 5HORTENjNG' '.....'. ....... .. ..
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the Church. the loose offering "
last Sunday will be used BAKE. < GOLDEN ROSE .
for the work with the Cuban y "
,refugees. .'- ;\ PLAIN OR
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Services this 'Sunday, paS-j i SELFRISINGLIMITI
sion Sunday, will be as fol-/ RITE' \'
lows: Morning Prayer and /I I ..
Church, .Sc)QQl, 90: am; .'\ \
Holy Eucharist and Sermon : hUNUIIAI S j .
9:45: am.! ;. Evening Prayer, 7 ,. 3
p.m.Each .J j.
Wednesday evening :. :, i ; -
;during Lent Litany and Med LB !" .; f \
Itation at.7:3Q p.m. AFg1 ,,:. CAN j s } .-: R I. WITH I: ) LB
sLVflliatn.s yews .'\. '".... .1 '. LOU LI $5.00() OR MORE BAG
StWilliam's Altar' Society : i" ..c '.f. V FOOD ORDER _
met on March 21 in the recreation -
hall at 10 ajn. Mrs. \ \

-Lena nominating C\e\ mens committee presided consisting A- \1 '.',. \',::.... .F.' ,n 8. a k e.lbs 58' '''': ......r 2'J<:'le__ A-1 QUALITY BATHROOM .. LIMIT'2 PKCS '--

f-i rs. Herbert Nelson, P olin d J' ';,. ,. ... ".... .. Lt41T{ -I ALL VARIETIES ._.
Mrs. .Eve ett Fp*, >and Mrs. .. ,. ::-.-' ::: YOUR fHOICE I I
..... : I
George Schaeffer was appoin- -.. ", :-" WITH.$5.09- TISSUE RllPig 1ge FULL COURSE FROZEN
tfiA to make; up.a rate ,of .officers .,...... FOOD ORDER.
,, >fjor "the cpmipg Y.Ear.; ...., .. .....,,... .. .>!:'-.......;. ...........'....... ..,. --.,.... ... )
Floating prize was won by t .. ; SOUTHERN "
Mrs. ,,Betty Godley. Mrs. Clemens .... ;" "" '., FRE-MAR JIl.( HEAVY SYRUP) l
: >
liez>3\ftded L the Ladies; that ... 4 /' ..,. QUEEN i \

making they shculd comfort, be bag getting> and' busy filj- SWEET '\ COCKTAIL J zI9 1 A

ing them for the V. A. Hospital TOMATOES I (
in Lake
-City. A special .
bake sale was planne, fpr \: .
Friday. April 5. in charge of IN SALAD .CPOTATOES/ \ RICELAND EXTRj FANCY ONp.) ,RAIN r
Mrs. Mary Robinson and 1- I! -
Betty .Godley 1 -Mrs'l BOWL LB OR 1.C i. : 'i L LB icy srt .
Stt William's Catholic, Clubis PER 21/, TIN "... f S .RICE 3! 29c f -2fop
planning to hold a .:teak; : _. .j ; BAG
supper 99 .Saturday eve}iing, J ;
April.20,in the recreation: hall. FRESH C ISp.'l'l \, WHOLE \II.1 JV't _
Keep it in mind. O :
Community The CJmrcty, PASCAL! CELERY. STALK lOc OR CUT I v' .f..': TASTE: PURE- ,STRAWBERRYPreserves t Itt) Ga"M ,
regular monthly meetIng .
of thg Gun unityChurch I LIMIT2 z38e. .
Women will be held In the t CELLO. WRAPPED. PLEASE.RED '
educational building on Monday 1 ': : 'e WITH FOOD .. .' J 1r!
March 25. The,'president, L RADISHES PK6. -- PURCHASE
Mrs. Charles Wallenius. 'win r .. "'" MIX 'EM UP
'preside.: Mrs.: Frank Ilgen, j "f .
program chairman; .has. arranged VALUE -. .
for a film of the Mis- RETAIL ,
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193ficecs I lis", ".cap used I &
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......'TYYTYYYYYYlLAWTEY Turner conducting a Mission W. E. Gault, Diane Lang, and grandson were visitingMr. :I rTTTTTYTTTTVTVTYYTTTVI CON K UATlOINAL of the Community Church Service on any 5th Sunday. 80; p. m. You are Invited to
Study. The hostess served refreshments Bobby Patrick, David Scott. and Mrs. Harold Eunice HOLINESS CETCCRCH) will be hel dat the morning Sunday Evening Prayer, 7 p. share family Prayer time wIts

( to the 12 members 9th GradeCarolyn Crews, and others Sunday afternoon. service, April 7, at 11 o'clock. m. us.

attending. The next meetingwill Karen Lee, Jeffrey Floyd: Miss Elizabeth Terry spenta GRAHAMBy North 301, 2tt miles out of Fifteen new members will be

87 Enza: BlanchardA&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAj be at 7 p.m. April 2 at Johnny Tye. few days in Gainesville with Richard Cain town on left of the road. presented to the congre a- FIRST BAPTISTKEYSTONE COMMUNITY CHURCH

the church. Personal'jGuests Mrs. C. E. Strickland. While Young People's ''Meeting tion by the minister, Dr. A. C. HEIGHTSJ. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr.

."YYYYYYYYYfTfffTfT1Birthday Friday, 7:30 p. m. Sunday R. Smith, pastor Ralph A. C. Holt Minister.
The Methodist WSCS held of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. there she visited Rev. and I

Girl Scouts Hold its regular study course at the Wainwright and'Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. L. T. Howe and children.I Dinner School 10 a-m. Sunday Night Holt.The time of the meeting of Copeland. Minister of Music -Sunday School. 9:30 a. m.

Investiture Service home of Mrs. Orville Bumgarner Jessie Starling during the Miss Mary Julia Futch .of !I!I For Mrs. J. C. Moody Worship, 7 p. m. Everyone the Junior and Intermediate:|! and church organist. Morning Woship 11 a. m. Pioneer -

Girl Scout Troop 408 of who presented the first weekend were Louie Lee Wain- Tallahassee] was Friday, overnight -'i last A birthday Sunday in dinner honor was of given Mrs.J. I cordially invited to attend- Youth Groups has been chan- j Services: Sunday School Junior, and Senior Youth

Lawtey held a combined In- section of the new story book wright, Jr. of Tallahassee, guest of her mother I C. Moody, at her home in Rev. Carl Edmondson. pastor. ged from 7 pjn. Sunday to i 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, Groups, '1 pm. Mrs. George
with others taking part. The Mr. and Mrs. Carol starling. Mrs. Joyce Futch.
vestiture Service and Court of I I Starke, with about 75 guests 6:30: p.m. .! Union, I!! A. Canova, organist and music
Awards next meeting will be at the of Pierce, Mrs. W. O- Rho- Mrs. Mae B. Wells and Miss VYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYIYYYYiKEYSTONE \ 10:50: a. m. Training
last Saturday nightat i i attending. The Moody family Mrs. William [Helen] War- director. .
the home of Mrs. J. C. Tye at den of Ocala, Mrs. Dolores Enza Blanchard attended the r 7:00 p. m. Evening services
Church. Fol- are former residents of Gra- ,
lowing: the Flag Salute, Mrs. 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 2. Widner and daughter, Debby, District meeting of the Na- I ham. <*! ren, 'h a s been appointed ,L .'

Jack Brassel Church Schedules and Yvonne Harvey of St. tional Association of Postmasters HILITESAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA church secretary, with morning C That's Our Business
and Mrs. Betty Just a few of the many who I I ft 0
Grace Methodist: Church Augustine, and Mr. and Mrs. Sunday afternoon.Mrs. I G
Ellis, 'leaders of the troop, attended were: Mr. and Mrs. office hours at the educational -! L H U O "If It's Glass We Have It"I
School. 9:45 a.m. Worship. 11 Elvin starling and childrenof Joyce Futch and Mrs. I I
presented the girls with their Charles Moody and family, building. CALL WRITE or VISIT
ajn. ;JEvening Service,, 7:30 p. Glen St. Mary. O. J. Phillips visited Mrs. I W* ami
pins, and awards. Avis Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Z. M. Cowart. (From Preceeding P'age) '
has been chosen mascot m.. MYP each Wednesday, 8p.m. Mrs. Mamie Crews and Mr. A. R. Sapp in the Medical Marshall 'L FOR ANY GLASS, NEEDSHEA'S
as Mrs. Clara' Hardenbrook and and Mrs. GaJIop.
and Mrs. Glenn Crews and Center in Gainesville Sunday ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL
for the 'troop, and she was invested family .all of Jacksonville: The Men's Club dinner GLASS CO.
First Baptist: Sunday children spent the weekend in: : afternoon. CHURCHRev. I I
as a Brownie. Mr. and Mrs. John McKinneyof meeting of March 25 featuredDr. (
10 Worship. 11 Clearwater with H. C. CrewE
New Scouts invested at this School. aon. Graham; Rev. Guy Carter, Arthur A. Brainerd!, vice- Wm. W. Worstall, (NOT INC.)
Training Union 7 and family. Mrs. Billie Wood- yvv.yyyVyyyyYlYYvyyyyi
a.m. p.m.
time were Pamela Tye, Wander president of the Initern.ationall "
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Vicar. Glass Co.
Joe Peters 1
Knowles. Evening Service 8 p.m. Mid- ard of Clearwater is visitingMrs. "Formerly
Joyce Knowles, Tom Norman and family, Mr: Commission of Illumination, Daily offices, 8:30 am. to Modern Store Fronts
: week services each Wednesday Crews this week. Miss BROOKER We Design
Joy Sapp, Wanda Holloway, and Mrs. Phillip Norman and I who spoke on "Adventures in' 5 p.m. Holy Eucharist Wed-
8 of Jacksonville For
Janet Thornton p.m. Vera Crews Just Mail Us A Pattern
Kathy ,
family, Mr. and Mrs. David "
The Young Woman's Auxiliary spent Monday and Tuesday at 1 Amateur Diplomacy. Nightingale nesdays, 10 ajn. Holy Eucharist Table Tops
and Donna
Lamb. By Shirley GreenLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.1L&AAJ Norman and family all of
Mrs. Wise leader home. I Circle served the din- on 1st and 3rd Sundays
Ralph ,
New Scouts who were un- Macclenny; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney each month. Morning Prayer I 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353
will meet at the church Tues- Visiting Mr. and Mrs. HolI I
able to attend ner.
this meeting I Starling and son of Rai- I
2nd and 4th Sundays. Litany
day at 8 The Junior loway and family over the '
were invested at the regular pjn. Mrs. Mattie Sowell has re- ford, Miss Shebie Prevatt and I The Quarterly Communion
GirlsAuxiliary, Mrs. Joyce weekend were Mr. Holloway's I
meeting Monday afternoon. turned home after visiting her Miss Cindy Prevatt, Waldo;
Futch leader, will meet at the parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. ,
They were Brenda Griffis, niece Mrs. Vergie Rutledge Mrs. Ella Moody and daughter -

Mary Fugatt, Arline Vanzant. church Tuesday afternoon just Holloway and family of La- and nephew. Odell Creig. in of Green Cove Springs. I

and Barbara Jean Crawford.: after school. IntermediateGirls Grange. Ga. Newberry for two weeks. Jimmy Rowan And Miss Sadie I

Scouts receiving their second Auxiliary meets Mrs.second Milo Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lane and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green Moody, Jacksonville; Mr. and AREA BUSINESS S DIRECTORY I
Smith leader children visited Mrs. Lane'smother
class badges were Regina and family visited Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Goodge. Mrs. J.

Gladieux, Marie Smith, and and: fourth Mondays at 7:30, Mrs. Selma Eunice Mrs- J. T. Taylor and family B. Wright and family, Mr. _
and other members of the _
Neila Kirkland. hi, Palatka Sunday. and Mrs. Gad Griffis. Mr. .
MARCH HONOR ROLL the weekend.
family during
Those receiving their Sec- Mrs. Don Cornwell and and Mrs. Harry Howard, all

ond Class badges and one 1st Grade Linda Allen COle,1Glennette I Surprise Party children, of Atlanta, Ga. are of Starke. This is just a few Auto Electric Service AUTO TIRES FARM & INDUSTRIAL. Motorcycles-Scooters

Kathy Casey, Timmy Friends of Mr. and Mrs. I
other' spending this week with Mr. attended.
badge were Diana Tes- of the many fho
ton, Linda Craft and Peggy, Crews. David De- Jack Brassell surprised Jack and Mrs. Wilbur Thomas and This is a little late but I Central Tractor Co. Streit's Bicycle Shop
vore, Carl Griffis, Cindy Grif- FOR THE BEST IN
with a going away party FGRD ,
Lee Brassell. The latter received son Stevie. want to wish Mrs. Moody Cushman & Vespa Scooters t
fis, Donald Mosley, Judy Red- the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Miss Iris Brown of Jacksonville RECAPPINGCars Ford Farming Implements 1
a badge for work done'last many more birthdays, and a Automotive Electric I Ducatr- BSA-Zundapp
ding, Debra Starling Earl C. Tye on the evening of Trucks- Tractors Industrial
summer. was the Saturday guestof lot of good health. Believe me Agricultural Motorcycles-Sales & Service

Glenda Starling was welcomed I Wilkerson. March 16. A greater surprisewas her mother, Mrs. H. O. she will need it next year*if Service I 100% Grade A Cold Rubber Complete Service & Parts Dept. SCHWINN BICYCLES I
2nd Grade- Dirrel Bras-
when presented him Trained Recapper
they Factory Good Used Equipment
to feed that many again. Locksmith & Safe Work
into the troop as a plans
sell, Ewell Craft, Debra Dyal,
with a beautiful 17 jewel 4488 N. W. 6th. Gainesville
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes
Revival Off To A
transfer from Miami. 6615 W. University Ave.
Avis Ellis, Peggy Griffis, Daryl watch. During the evening Our Specialty PHONE 376-5430
and Repairs
daughter, Dian and James Good Start English Tire & Gainesville 376-7761
After the all I
ceremony Hilliard. Hyta Johnson, Mary enjoyed dancing and
everyone Alligood of Alachua
were J
Starters Generators Ignition
present were invited to join Smith Wayne Revival services got off to
Roger Starling other amusements. Punch, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earl Recapping FLOOR COVERING
the Scouts in the Sunday Teston. Jerry Walters. and mints a good start at the Graham Regulators, Solenoids.I I
cake nuts were Green and family, and A-2c
School rooms for refreshments 3rd Grade- Bubba Bennett, served. and Mrs. Tommy Cox Tues- Baptist Church last Jacksonville Sunday. Aramatures 1027 MainGainesville Central Florida Tile; MUSIC SUPPLIES

prepared and served by the Bennett, Sharon Lamb, Rev. B. W. Sweat of I
Joey : 372-2197
Those taking part in this day night. the evangelist. He is Water & Fuel Pumps & Marble Co.
Scouts. Sheila Norman, Norma Jean is
lovely affair were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Tetstone I
Revival To Start Prevatt. also the pastor of the Boat- Exchange Service on Startersand CARPETS BY Gridley Music
Mrs. F. L. Roberts of Jacksonville and family were weekend
Revival services are being 4th Grade- Richard Aus- drain Baptist 'Church. The Generators Automatic TransmissionsONE Lee's, :Monarch, Loomweave,
,. Mr. and Mrs. Gene guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rai- II Co. Inc.
held at1 tin, Bennett Joyce revival will last approximately Downs
Grace Methodist Wayne
Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. ,Ray ford Tetstone in Jacksonville.Mr. Wholesale Retail
Church 'this week with the Knowles. Joy Sapp. Pamela one week, ending Sunday, Room Size-Wall to Wall
I Bryan. Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Mrs. W. E. BighamJr. alsois CENTRAL FLORIDA'S
pastor, Rev. Wm. March 31. Special DAY SERVICEALL Installation
A. Fox, in Lee Mr. and Mrs. Bradley and visit-
Tye.5th Patty and Billy, 620 S. Main Gainesville
I .Grade- Dyal. I one of the delightful things Armstrong and Kentile
charge. The Gregory .
topic tonight Complete Music Store
I Norton Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ed Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Big- A- MAKESREPAIRAND
Thursday] will be "A great Mary, Lee Fugatt, Regina Green, Mr. and Mrs. James ham Sr. in Lakeland Sunday.Mr. that take place nightly. the PHONE 372-6990 EXCHANGE Floor Coverings Pianos by Baldwin Storey &
question and a great answer."I Gladieux, Marcella Hardee, Waftnwright, Mr. and Mrs. .and Mrs.Ernest Edwardsand long with COMPLETE LINES OF Clark, Henry L. IIlUer-

Friday night's will be Donna Lamb Mike Norman, members of the church we TILES MARBLE
subject Gator Fisehek
Marvin Rosier, Mrs. Betty Ellis family were Saturday Automatic
'Life's Decisions." Wise. want to extend a special invitation 1540 Waldo Rd. G'ville 376-6406
This Sun- Kathy Scott Billy &
Organ Baldwin Conn
and Mr. and Mrs. Tye. night dinner guests of Mr. and and join AUTO BRAKES by
day :at,8 p.m. the WSCS will 6th Grade- Connie Eunice. Mr. Brassell serving with Mrs. Harry Edwards in Jack- to all revival come with us. Transmission ServiceINC. FURNITURE Gibson & retch Guitars-
week of .
present' a pageant "Challengeof 7th Grade Mike Crawford the U. S. Navy, was recently sonville. this at Amplifiers 'I
the Cross! Everyone-is wel-:: Brenda Miller Services begin each night 1004 N. Main
Jones. Patsy
transferred to ,Virginia
I Mrs. R. A. Belcher of Jack- Hull's Brake Home Beautiful
come. Charles Norman Bonnie Ro Supply"BRAKE Gainesville Center
will go aboard an aircraft Shopping
sonville, Mrs. Belcher of Wig-
Women's Societies sier. Betty Jo Sapp, Sharon carried for a Mediterraneancruise. gam, Ga., and Mrs. Evan, Hod- Personals Savannah SPECIALISTS"For 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.) Furniture Co. I

Mrs. O. Tatum. Claude Hall of Gainesville PHONE 372-0372
Phillips hos- .
!, was: ges enjoyed a visit to Silver COMPLETEDECORATING

tess, to the Baptist WMU on 18th Grade- Annie Barnes, Personals Springs Saturday. Also they Ga. returned home Saturday Every Car or Truck SERVICE New and Used 1
with his mother -
March 19 with Mrs. M. L. Ferril Brassell, Janet Brown, I Weekend guests of Mr.. and attended the "Holiday on Ice" after, a Mrs.stay Debbie here Hall. Turning Grinding: Relining: AUTO UPHOLSTERYL. Carpet-Vast Selection GUITARSDItIDI8SJIEET PIANOS

Mrs. Fralick included Miss in Known
show Jacksonville Satur- and Draperies-Nationally
Mrs. Irene Ratliff, While You Wait MUSIC
AMBULANCE Mary C. Young of Columbia, Brands
aay.Miss Richard Cain both of Graham Budget Terms
I Miss., Mr. and Mrs. A.' R. Barbara Green of 1311 S. Main Gainesville Guaranteed Price and ,
964-2600 ; Mrs. Thelma Dyal,
& S. Auto Trim
: Green of Jacksonville and Starke was the weekend guestof Irma Cain and son, Robert 372-1497 Guaranteed Satisfaction ,Lillian's Music Store

: Mrs. H. W. Sperry of Pana- Miss Jackie Hagar. Miss {Convenient Terms-
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home all of Gainesville were dinner Complete Auto Upholstery
; ma City, who arrived Sunday Hagar was the Sunday night FREE PARKING "Gainesville Leader"Since
guest at the home of Mrs. Tailor Made Seat Covers
I to spend several days. guest of Miss Green in Starke. 1703 N. :Main Gainesville! 1933

DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral DirectorS i Mrs. Emory Sword and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pinhols- Minnie Crenshaw last Thurs- AUTO SALES & SERVICE Convertible Tops IJ112' S. E. First Gainesville

I Starke, Fla. j daughter of Jacksonville are ter of Jacksonville were visiting day.Mrs. 603 N. W. 8th. Avenue I GARDEN SUPPLIES ,
Jean Huffacker has Gainesville 372-8661
I visiting her brother-in-law Mrs. Rosa Pinholster Sun
RENTAL SERVICES after a visit Johnson & Faris Inc.
returned home MOVER
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Milo LINCOLN MERCURY ,

Hospital Beds, Wheel l Chairs, Crutches I Smith. day.Miss Delores Falcon of with relatives in the North.A JCOMET FIAT METCOR BEAUTY SCHOOL Complete Line of
walked to me in I
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Godwin Starke was the weekend guestof lady up SEEDSPLNTSFERTIliZERS-
one of the food stores in I
.Miss Regina Harrell.Mr. Learn Gainesville
Complete Beauty Culture
askeddidn't Authorized Sales 'ServiceParts
last week -
and Mrs. F. M. Vickeryand Starke Insecticides-Pet Supplies
; Girls Women Men :
I write the news in the
"We Rent Fertilizer
children, and Guy Spence Tuition Budgeted Spreaders"
Graham. I did-
of Gainesville, Mrs. Ernest paper Trained l\lechanics-Good FREE PLACEMENT 224 N. W. 8th Ave. II
n't,get her name or how she
Edwards children: Mr.
and PIIQNE 372-0476
knew I wrote it. I stood there Used Cars Special Brush-Up Courses LOCAL AND LONG
and Mrs. Earl Green and Gainesville, Fla.

family, Bettye Fuqua and' A- with complete surprise and Central i DISTANCE MOVING
2c and Mrs. Tommy Cox, en- astonishment at the fact that Barkley Motors JANITORIAL SUPPLIES Storage And Crating

she was able to recognize and Gainesville Phone 376-5221
at Lake College
joled a picnic supper
615 N. Main GainesvilleB I *
? Winnott Thursday night. connect me with the'paper. Mops & Mopping Equipment

"Njsthe BIG DIFFERENCE Miss Diane Hardy of Starke Those that were on the sick 218 S. E. 1st. Gainesville Brooms Brushes

week still there: 376-1105 Washes Cleaners
was the weekend guest of list last are Security Transfer
Mrs. L. Willis Mrs. D. Burn- Rest Room Supplies
Miss Tetstone.
ELECTRIC Mrs.Shirley Wilson Green and side, and Mrs. Bunnie Brough- & G Motors Co.CADILLACOLDSMOBILE. BUILDING MATERIALS TIlE & Storage, Inc.
i .
I remains in the
daughters of Jacksonville were ton, who Don MacClellan Co.

I WATER HEATING"FLAMELESS" Sunday night dinner guestsof Bradford Miss Linda County Starling Hospital.Also has. : Ridgway Roof Janitorial & MaintenanceSupplies AGENTS FOR

i Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green. to being F-85-HHJLMAN FOGARTY BROS, I
been reported me as
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Polk and 1315 N. W. 4th. Place
sick and in bed at home. We Truss Co. TRANSFER Inc.
son, were visiting Mr. and Sales and Service Gainesville 372-2723 I

I Mrs. O'Steen in New- wish for Linda a very speedy
: means CLEANER COOLER, Perry others. We Wood Trusses & Local & Long Distance MovingCraingStomgePackthg
also the
berry Sunday. recovery, 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 LADIES WEAR
I I LI FASTER, SAFER. More than a million Florida hope to see them all up and Prefabricated (Components
A-2c and Mrs. Tommy Cox PHONE 376-7515
1/ i' families have "switched" to electric water heat- left Saturday for San Antonio about soon.I Any Size Free Estimates Cherry'sGainesville's Phone 376-2666

If : ing. It's the only really modem way for a dependable Texas where he will be I didn't get to call any one 1132 So. Main GainesvilleTel. 1040 So. Main Gainesville

II 1; supply of hot water in a hurry with never stationed at Kelly AFB. They ,I this week to see who had been 372-3961-Collect Call Most Fashionable I

/ w a worry. No flame, no fumes..no sooty, grimy had been home on a leave to see them so that I could Address For Ladies :OFFICE EQUIPMENT

+ f by-products of combustion to soil walls and with her parents,Mr. and Mrs. put it in the paper. I had too Crane Motor Co. DRESSEs-surrS-COATS

G. E. Green and family. much to do and it would always CEMENT MATERNITY WEAKACCESSORIES
furnishings. The whole house stays cleaner and LARK ANGLIA
Air. and Mrs. Langford help me if everyone
cooler. automatic and safe light
as a
1' Parker'sGainesville's
105 Gainesville
with W.
Win Award at Rodeo would leave their news ENGLISH FORD University,
bulb. It's cheaper too. think I LINTELS WINDOW SILLS \
Ratliff. I
Mr. and Mrs. Salty Lang- Mrs. Irene her at some MERCEDES BENZ -VOLVO STEPPING STONES"If MATERNITY WEAR Most (Complete:' Office t
ford and Miss Sue McDavid that everyone sees
Authorized Sales & Service It's Cement W, Cast It" Equipment & Machine t
time during the day.
"/ participated in RCA Rodeo Nan's Store.

and Approved Quarter Cement
MISSIONARY "Complete Service for AU Complete Office Planning
k Horse Show at the Coliseum JOHNSTOWN Precast Products Stork ShopS
\ .' \ '* BAPTIST CHURCHRev. :Slakes Underwood Products
in Montgomery, Ala. March iaI Occasion Dresses To
Angus B..Lawson Pastor 2033 N. E. 27th Ave. Gainesville 601 W. University Ave.
14, 15, and 16. 506 E. University Ave. PHONE 372-0953 Every Day Sportswear 'Gainesville 372-2555

Mr. Langford won first in Bible School. 10 Morn- Formals-Long Dresses, Slim
372-4343 .
novice second .,.
cutting, go- ing Worship, 11 a.m. Sermon, Jim Shorts-Matching Tops

round in open cutting, and "The Only Person God Can Gainesville Fin.DODGEDART. CONCRETE PRODUCTS BABY GIFTS ROOFING

came in second in the finalsin Use for RevivaL" Youth Meeting 114 So. Main Gainesville I

THE FLAMELESS WAY open cutting. I
7 p.m. Adult Training -
ELECTRIC heat is sealed in Mrs. Langford won splitvsec. INSIST THAT ALL YOUR MEN'S STOREH. \
100(( 7 p.m. Lesson study: The Helzel Co.
surrounded by insulation. CONCRETE
ond and third in lad,& cut PRODUCTSARE ..
Therefore, water heats faster.. .. "Are we, as-Christians many \
stays hot longer. ting.Miss of.G d's blessings by not fasting a ROOFING

Sue McDavid rode in ?" Evangelistic service, 1:30 SalesPartsServiceUSED Edwards SINCE 1902 a SHEET METAL I
the Building
pleasure class.- pjn. "The Kind of Message CARS TOO a Cnrlee Suits a AIR CONDITIONING
______ __ On Sunday March 24, Mr. (
Needed for Revival" Midweek -
S Supply Inc. Arrow, Norris Casual Shirts
I Langford won _first place in Prayer and Bible Study Foole-Gable Motors & Underwear No Job Too Large Or Too Small I

: cutting, and ,Mrs. Langfordwon Gen. 28:1-22.: Thursday Visitation 726 S. Main 372-4S44 Stacy Adams Nunn- 202 s. E. 4th st. Gainesville

Insist on a Super-Fast,Super-Safe Flameless Electric fourth in cutting at the at 7:30. Friday 10 am. Gainesville, Fla. Busch Shoes. PHONE S72-1491
Bit and Saddle Club in 1 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville
Spur \
Water ,Heater for Precious Peace of Mind. Jacksonville. i Visitation by WMU. PHONE S72-4J4S Stetson & Mallory Hats. -

Requires No Flue it's Flameless. Tuck it I ELECTRIC MOTORS 1 S.E. First St. Gainesville!

Away Anywhere and Forget it! Birthday Party Social Security PHOTO SHOP
Mrs. Lamar Hall i
gave a
birthday party for her daughter -
Set the round, tquare or counter-top models FLAME heat cant be completely f A representative of the I Electric Motor
sealed in...is wasted flues Patricia Jean, on her Gainesville Granite Fuller's Foto
at your electric appliance dealer, up !: Gainesville Social Security of- Inc.
and vents. third birthday last Friday afternoon Paul's
plumbing ," electrical contractor at her home.Refreshments j i fire will be at the courthouse Auto SalvageWe Repair Co. & Marble Works Central Florida's Finest

i i in Starke each Friday at 9:30 OF GAINESVILLE INC.
of cake Buy Wrecked Cars CEMETERY MONUMENTS
I 1 I a.m. starting April 5. At Selection of
_* punch and candy Easter eggs TOP COMPLETE & MARKERS
i / f I. Persons who desire to ,make PRICES ELECTRIC
; flameless < a were served to the 15. guests. MOTOR Lettering & Cleaning New & Used Cameras
f I applications for social secur-
AU 3Iakes Models Used
Domestic & Industrial (Marble.
v. i| ity retirement or a survivors Parts SALES AND SERVICE Photographic Equipment &

w RH&PElIGHT $ THE RIGHT POINT ,for the i i benefits, secure social,security Teletype Service-We will find "Distributor of & Granite Supplies

FLORIDA P COMPANYHELPlN9BUtLD way you write. Come in"and account numbers or get any [i for New Lincoln Motors"PHONE Coffee Tables Counters-
I any part you. $ B .t"
select your favorite ESTER- ,: other special information are i I 372-8318 Fireplaces lt "Jl'lnkhJnr
FLORIDA : I Phone 376-4512
BROOK Fountain Fen:: TELEGRAPH. ,, invited to see the represent i!I 1425 S. E. 4th. St. In Before Noon-Out at :5
; 1301 S.
j 1 tive at the time of his visit. 'i Gainesville 1030 S. Mfn. Gainesville Gainesville 3766LflI 619 W. University. Gaine.svUllU


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