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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 23, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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School Needs Cited : I Houston Expects



BEA Protests Proposal To



T1 ; Reallocate Racing FundsMembers ..,...... Early Approval



r"4 of the Bradford Education 50 between the county commts-I :

Association meeting Wed- zion and the school Of New Gas Plant

___ ., nesday passed, a resolution requesting the first $15,000 going to the pro- -t- I,

? :i' ; that any change in the posed new county development : r I I

__ allocation of race track funds between authority. gc' ,' 1 At least; three railroads are currently survey ng.for Possible

T /- '_ I the schools and county At present the initial $15.000 ..' "..,.',' spur lines to serve the proposed $7,000,000 extraction

commission be made "in favor of goes to the Bradford.:County Hospital plant of Florida Hydrocarbons, Inc. which will be built (con-

the children of Bradford County." with the remaindei being .T- : tingent Federal Power Commission's approval l)' ,in

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t The resolution was passed: in split 60 per cent to the School : .
I southwest Bradford tounty.;
Board and 40 cent to the the extraction plant to the area
protest of a recommendation: bya per The three companies that have'
Starke-Bradford County Cham- county commission.The I since they are big usearof hydro
had survey crews in the area are
ber of Commerce committe that Chamber committee's L carbons.
pro- I Seaboard Air Line, Atlantic Coast
posal would cut to The Houston officials said that
the race track funds be split 50- revenue Line, and Georgia, Florida &I
schools by approximately $18,000, industries in this area ,in the past

BHS Principal Hugh B. Ingram Southern. Surveys will determine I have been at a disadvantage in

i 11. JUST BEFORE THE 'BLACKDP'Bill Smith said. He pointed out however, which efficiently line can serve most the economicallyand :: proposed competing with similar industries

Runner-Up that $18,000 is approximately the jerome jonns plant. located in other states and the

cost of the new science laboratorybuilt I Plans for the proposed plant at Brooker would:
Graham Starke haberdasher -I eye) Barker, Nat Sternberg, of Ruby Johns and"3. D. Doyle. Dr. last year, important plant remove this competitive handicap

gets one of his chins blackedup I Daytona Beach, well-known minstrel :I I J. E. Denmark, Dr. R. S. Mullins, For High School BEA further protested the pro- Smith Resigns carbons to extract from a natural number of broughtto hydro- Grant said he was very pleasedby

in preparation for dress rehearsal man, and Joe and Rosemary Stump's Store, Ed Sparks) Bill posed cut in school funds stating ; Florida by Houston gas Corporation the decision to place the extraction -

of the Starke Rotary Club Daurer of Keystone Heights, versatile -.I Graham, Buddy Bishop, banker that the need for more local plant in Florida since "It
were announced last No-
Minstrel to be presented at 8 p. entertainers whose repertoire -I.:I Jimmy Peek, and others. All American funds for the School Board becomes Johns Named .I vember. Natural gasoline will be could easily have gone to Louisi
"
In. Saturday in the BHS audi- includes ventriloquism, magic The entire audience-especially "increasingly more criticalas one of the products extracted and ana.

t torium. Smearing the grease paint and imitations. i iI I I the ladies-.will be asked to join enrollments continue to swell possibilities are that a refinerywill I If FPC approves Houston's application

1 If Interlocutor Clyde Terwillegar Many well-known Callstreeters ; in the 1961 version of an old Call our classrooms." The group also; In District 3 be constructed in thfe area natural gas capacitywill

) While End Men Junius (Pappy) I will find themselves "immortal I Street favorite, "The Old Sow. Tombo Smith halfback and cited the school's need tot "local the extraction is estab- be increased to 335 million
i once plant
Smith, Jack (Monroe) Tra.wlck,1and ized" in song in the number I Song." captain of this year's undefeated un-earmarked funds over which cubic feet per day. This can be

Buddy (Rastus)) Bishop I "Goodnight Irene," !which closes :i Tickets ($1 for adults and 35 Tornado football team, has been they may exercise control in mat- Jerome Johns, local oil distrib-I lished.Officials at Houston : carried by present lines, but
await their turn. the first act. Those who will be I chosen on the honorable mentionlist ters utor, has been appointed Corpora- Houston officials predict that full

With a Mississippi Showboat "honored" in this way include: I I cents for students) are on sale for All-American high school current involving maintenance and Farris Bryant to the Bradford tion's office in St. Petersburg told carrying capacity-will be reached
expense, both of which
setting the minstrel will feature Judge Alec Yawn, Rev. Barry :I I !by members of the Rotary Club or football players. under-supported "are County Commission, District 3, The Telegraph yesterday that they within four years and another
the
by state. ,
specialty numbers by Frank (Pop- Van DeVenter, Council members !, may be bought at the door. Fifty-one boys were chosen The BEA resolution also stated succeeding, Hogan Smith, who I "are hoping to receive FPC approval pipeline of similar size will then
of
from the state of Florida, BHS that resigned ,tXIonday in a surprise our expansion programin be needed. The future line would
a constitutional limit of 20 ; "
the future. Houstonhas
$1,500 March 1 Deadline Football Coach Lennard Register mills move. very near likely be laid! beside the presentline
prevents the school board
said, of which Smith was one. from /,/!!:,,'Torode*:\;also an oil asked for permission to in- it was safd. ,
replacing this
Register also said that there are proposed loss distributor; ijiber of the State crease its gas load into Florida I Florida Hydrocarbons, Inc. is
Damages Won In Council Votes of revenue while no such limit I so there will be sufficient
City Unanimously For seven. All-American high school restricts the county commissIon- Racing Commission, and head ofj!I for industrial, as well as domestic gas'' owned, jointly by the Houston
teams chosen over the nation. the Bradford County patronage Corporation and Sun 011 Com

Suit Against Smith is also slated to play in ers.Another committee, said that Smith gave I I"personal" use. Present lines are large pany. .
Recertification Of %Workable resolution was presented basis for'' enough to handle the increasedload
I Program the North-South All-Star in reasons as a
Onion Sheriff Gainesville on August 5 along urging the U. S. CongressmanD. his resignation. Attempts to'' but if FPC approves the expansion 2nd Fatality ,
R. [Billy] Matthews lend his six additional
reach Smith for statement I program -
with his teammate fullback Sam a were
I "I recertify the Work- the council. "The support to Federal Aid to educa- unavailing as he has had booster stations will have to be
move we time has come Gardner. Coach Register is also recently Man Killed In
A Keystone Heights couple tion legislation so long as controlis built along the line, similar to" .
Councilman bis residence
I able Program said City when all businesses must plan a- slated to coach the North team in phone removed and

Chester and Edwina Moody"i wereawarded Carl Lamar Johns as he initiated head if they are ,to grow," he said. the star-studded fray. retained by the states. This is employed at the Florida Development the one now at Brooker, offi-

a total of $1,500 damages I the move necessary to The attorney also assured the resolution was first passed by a Commission surplus cials said. Accident On

a Union County jury in I completely clear the air of a mis- council that recertifiea Man of the narrow majority but the group property warehouse where he is Jack Grant, Houston public relations -

by I understanding: which, for a time, Workable Program would: not in Inmates IndictedIn later reconsidered its action because not .accessible by phone. counsel, said yesterday, Keystone RoadPaul
a civil suit against Sheriff John of the lack of a decisive "We expect the plant to mean a
|threatened to endanger Starke'sopportunity any way force the city to participate Torode said Smith came to him
Whitehead.The Killing 01 majority favoring the issue.A great deal to that area." He said
j to get federal funds in a iow-costfeaerai housing and "just said he wanted to re I
suit was brought against (for needed improvements. project. "U the'federal gov- second motion placed the recommendation sign." that traffic to and from the plant | JoseplxW z.55..of Lake

Whitehead .as a result of a two- :. After studying the issue for two ernment imposes obnoxious, regulations A Cellmate in the hands of a Johns, the son of State Senator (both rail and truck) should'Geneva was fatally injured -Wednesday
committee of two faculty..members night when his'1959'Barn-
collision between him and Mrs. 'weeks i the City Council at. its regular on any of the 'programs composed Charley E. Johns, will assume his bring payrolls to the area exceed-
car from each school in bier collided with.a931 Chevrolet -
'the
itself. He also
ing even plant
meeting Tuesday night federal new post March 1 effective- date '
including housing, can *
you '
Moody in October. 1958. Whitehead !( i "' Four inmates of the State the county. The committee is to declared that other industries on 8R loq on>;mll*.frcia
| quietly, efficiently and unanimously just shut it down. he\stated. Prison at, Raiford were indicted ofSmith's resignation. He will ::
.was following a funeral procession voted for recerificatlon of Thomas said it Is his opinion Monday by laVUnicn.County'grand jeporIts_..inding.5'. -.a$. the next serve" ,under the governor's appointment especially plastics should follow 'the- BradfordHKayj: 'jCotatjrltae.
BEAmeeting.. Congressman Mat Highway Patrol- -Captain. J. T.Prater .
UvCafceTSutler ind.casht -I Starke's Workable Program and that if the proper, c committees are jury fqr first ,degree murder in untll'the 1962 elections. '
thews has a long standing recordof E&H Bond Sales stated. t ed into the rear of Mrs. toody's thus kept open the way for the .set up to really perform the the slaying of a fellow prisoner. Torode, said that Senator Johns
opposition to federal aid ed Welts died ,about five minutes
t city to receive federal assistancein i Workable Program can remake I John McLain Jto was. not consulted about a recommendation Highest In YearsS.
vehicle when she and the ears 35, Dallas Epper- ucation. Ingram pointed out to for after being brought'to..the.. Bradford -
Smith's
many improvement programs Starke. Federal assistance can begotten succes-
I ly. 28, Jack Campbell 23, and
ahead of her came to a sudden the group.In eowity'Hos ital'from .Inter
the city will face in the future, in many areas, he said, William Wolfe. 21, are charged sor. "We didn't want to put him L. Peek Jr.. chairman of the
halt. Attorneys for the Keystone I including long term city planning including the sewer project on 301 with the strangulation killing!) of other action the group votedto on the spot," he said. Bradford County U. S. Savings nal injuries received'when he was
have thrown into l of
a banquet at the end of steering-wheel
couple claimed that Mrs. Moody i and'the $500,000 proposed sewer south, a new city, library, or even a cellmate. Kenneth Albury of Smith who took office Janu- Bond committee, has announcedthat
the school station pa'troltcap-
honoring retiring his wagon, the
received permanent injuries to her I project which the council is a new city jail. Key West last October. ; year ary 1, will presumably submit a purchase of Series E and H
teachers. tain said. The accident, occurred
to !"thinking over." In other action Tuesday night, letter of resignation to the board Savings Bonds to Florida during ,; .
neck which ;might lead sur- Circuit Judge George L. Patten A treasurer's report showed the about 7ni.. : '
t The council at a previous: meet- the council: next week. His decision came as a January reached the highest
said he would not set an arraign
geryc John
. has
group $445 in its treasury. William Lewis.'18. of'Keystone -
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since he had
Origrtnally/iskins for 70.000 in 1 tog had already voted against a Instructed Attorney .Thomas to ment date until after he had;appointed surprise waged an monthly level in nearly five years. Heights the driver of the

f damages, ,attorneys\ for, the- Moo low-cost housing project for draw up ah ordinance 'setting up attorneys for three of the intensive campaign to win the Last month's total was a whop- truck is in the Bradford County

dy's in their final summing up .re-' Starke at the present time stat- criteria for dance halls: )in Starke. defendants. McClain already.;'has Rabid Raccoon seat over Seeber D. Goodman in ping $9,044,984, nearly 28 per cent Hospital with a .f racjure of the
for ing the city now has no need for last spring's second primary. ahead of purchases during the1 ,
duced their request to $12,000 Council previously passed a reso an attorney Lex Green of Stark* left ankle bruises and contu-
Bradford Clerk Charles
Moody and $19.000 for his wife. such a project. lution not to sell licenses to any The.slain prisoner aged 30'was Killed In County same month of 1960. sions. Daniel Potts 15, also of
Area Darby said that Smith's resigna-
The Jury however. after two hours'of The misunderstanding arose person to set up.darice halls for a serving six months to 10 years for Bradford County residents accounted Keystone Heights'and a

deliberation: awarded $1,000 tot after the Chamber of Commerceon three month period. The boardis child molesting. He was confined tion came as a complete surprise for $8,356 of the state to- in the truck} suffered passenger abrasions
and January 9 had voted to ask 01 Griffis Loop to him. tal. "This is a fitting start to the
medical establish-
Moodjr ,for expenses still opposed to such with the four defendants in a cell and contusions 'of the left shoulder -

damages to. his car and $500 to ;I the council to recertify the Work- ments in the heart of the city i in the disciplinary unit at Raiford \ Treasury'se observance of the 20th Prater said, but was released

Mrs. Moody for her injuries. < able Program. In a letter dated but said they should not be ban- when killed. A raccoon killed in the Griffis T. H...Slatfe. NamedHosil Anniversary year of U. S. Savings from the hospitalThe

_I The two-day hearing, ending 'I' Ja.n. 12, asking that the council ned entirely. Assistant State Attorney Mack Loop area last week has been declared -, TrufeeT. Bonds," Mr. Peek said. Since May captain said that investigation -

Tuesday before Circuit Judge I comply with their request the The new ordinance will set up Futch of Starke said that Mc rabid, the Bradford County !. 1, 1941 the American people have of the accident is still In pro-
t
George L. Patten included testimony Chamber erroneously asked for boundaries on all exits to the Lain at first took full blame for H. Slade, Starke businessman gress. The Rambler was going east

p 'from several doctors who I II I recertification of a low-cost federal town inside of which dance halls the incident saying he and Al- Health Department announced ; has, been appointed by Gov. bought more than $119 billion toward Starke he said, and the

t_ had treated Mrs." Moody and a ,, housing project. cannot be operated. bury had scuffled in an argumentover yesterday.Dr. Harris BryariTas member of the worth of the popular series E andH I truck was traveling, west toward
highway patrolman who had witnessed i Council thinking they were votIng how to cook certain dish. A. Y. Covington health department bonds. .
I I' Named Life Insurance Companyof a Bradford County Hospital boardof Keystone. The left front ends of
the collision. The patrolman against the low-cost federal But further investigation, Futch director. said the coonis .
I trustees.At both vehicles collided! the
for patrol
Georgia as insuring agents believed to have bitten several
i i turned down theChamber's I
housing
traveling directly behind the project. said, indicated that the death was a recent meeting of the County RecreationThe
a't man stated turning both
city employees 73 cents per i completely
dogs in the He that
misunder1 area. urged
The
sheriff testified that Whitehead !,i request. of six* cents deliberate and that all four Inmates board, Thomas B. Hamilton of around to the,road.
per
$1,000 a saving
: the all [adults children]
cleared at or
persons
did not see the cars ahead of him standing was $1,000. The insurance-Was'former- ; participated. Brooker was elected chairman. Bradford County Recreation Locked In position after the
who have had contact with
in Jime to stop because he was February 7 meeting when a delegation Monday was the third time to petsor Other members of'the board are ,
ly handled by ,Gulf!.Life, ; In the: wild animals id the Griffis Board will meet tonight wreck, the speedometer of the
._g looking in l hb rear view mirror. j from the Chamber appear- two years that Union County Charles R. Shuford, vice chairman
future bids will be opened to all Loop to their private [Thursday] at 8 o'clock in the Rambler Indicated that vehicle
of the area see
I ed to explain the function
_ W. C. [Bill! O'Neal. attorney I grand juries have indicted Rai ; Mrs. Inez A. Green, secre- I

_ for the sheriff, maintained that,;{Workable Program and again ask date companies of the policy on 'the anniversary. ford inmates for murder. Six inmates physician or contact the health tary-treasurer; and Julian E. Mc- courthouse, James Bloodworth, was traveling at 48 mph Prater

Whitehead had acted "reasonably" -i for its recertification. in two separate cases, have department at once. Rae. \I chairman has announced. I stated.
- $ in the circumstances surrounding -I j After the council voted Tuesday Instructed the city attorney to been sentenced to the electric Jack Trawick, county sanitarian,

and that :i to recertify the Workable Program check into the legality-of the city said that Russell Hornsby first ,
accident ,
the chair for inmates. -
killing -
They are
", ""{Ao/ -r. :,
-ki said donating a piece of property ad- saw the which came to ." ""..J 1>, ',- '' : : : !.
the sheriff should be considered City Clerk Merrill Edwards now awaiting the outcome of ap coon up ;..; .' .', .
_ I in a different light because he 'his office would work fulltime toi jacent to the city hall' for a city peals.In. the front steps of Hornsby's home /' 1'r : : ., ,' .. .-
: library site.Appointed. ; southeast of Starke after 1: -
shortly
I was carrying out his duties as a i filling out the many forms required other action Monday Judge t-F
for recertification the i noon last Friday. Hornsby noted -t -.-, r
) law enforcement officer in tailing by. Gas Superintendent Patten placed Jimmy Williams, a f -

the funeral procession. i March 1 deadline. City Attorney Oscar Davis to be inspector- of all Negro laborer on three years pro- the coon's strange actions and his $ __ --k 4 -ki*: 4 n t-: 4is. --

1 Hal,I Y>' Malnes, of Lake Butler Arch Thomas said that recertifi natural and. LP gas, installations bation for introducing drugs to dog chayd the animal out of his ; : -

'j also represented the, sheriff. Attorneys 'cation is not as simple as it seems in the city. Davis will. receive\ $50 inmates at the State Prison. Williams yard.Merrill

for the Moody were and that some progress :n city per month for the extra duties. Griffis came along about
t had pleaded guilty to charges
Richard Wilson and"r Ralph Thomas planning would have to be shown.. Voted to install sewer and water that time and decided to put his ; --
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of Gainesville' and Tom Bailey "Starke is missing the boat if it lines for 15 new homes'to be builtin he had brought tablets con hound dog on the coon's trail. -

of West Pam Beach. j doesn't give the Workable Program Saratoga Heights to the near taining amphetamine to the in- Other dogs in the neighborhood *1-".-__-- --- -. ;e-- -_ -:- -
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Saturday, Feb. 25 games bucketed 50 per cent of their -
will
I health department
\ down to defeat for the fourteenth *
with the measles bjutis\e.spected: in --I---- j ;
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Tuesday night when they fell to be back to action this weekend. Wildcats were led by Billy the Griffis Loop area from 9 to ;

BHS.:'Auditorium \ prey 68-58 to the Baker County The Tornadoes, tuf fertd_a second Thomas with 26. points and Frank 12 a. m. Saturday Feb. 25. A
Watson with 23.Brfeht
Wildcats of Macclenny. set-back Tuesday night*when ace veterinarian will be at RussellHornsby's
Students. 35e [ -
_ Adults ,$1: Spot
house during that time
I The Wildcats, out for revenge defensive man.. Marion Cottle.
,, --- i for being eliminated to Keystone fouled out early to the: game.'Macclennyroae'td'1'1 The' only bright spot in Tornado and an residents of the area"'are

1 Conference Tournament play by ; tOl'1 on, 'a.. basketball, during the past urged 'to bring their pets for in-
week came last Saturday Then
This Space Contributed. the Tornadoes, got off to a fast i 54 per cent shooting average against noculatton.
Coach Carleton Koch's five whIp- I ELEMENTARY DEDICATES NEW FLAG POLE 1
STARKE
Weekly Publicize start 'with an 18-13 lead in the 34 per cent for.Starte. The Dr., W,'U.'Jennings of the State
to ped Callahan 64-41. Woody!
Board of }Health and Trawick win
first quarter. Macclenny spurtedto Tornadoes also committed 18 ball
Community Crests by a' 36-18 halftime lead let It sink handling mistakes la the first Strickland with :24 points arid start a trapping ,program next It was an impressive sight when Boy Scouts raised the flag after and Starke Elementary Principal

Dewey McKinney-with' _18 accoont- week:: for testing wfld 'animals' ',in almost 900 pupils of Starke Elementary which the dedication speech was P. T. NoUn served as mister of
to 47-43 in'the fourth period! before half of play. _
COMMUNITY .
THE 42 of Bradford's points ceremonies.The
ted for Wednesday
join! ? ahead to-victory. High man for ,I Btarie was the area it was announced.AH School gathered made. by Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr.,
betveeD.'them. The team had a Feb. 15. to dedicate a new exercises wee' c1oaed'with
STATE BANK Starke played without the services Franklin Toaillnson'th 18 .. <. scma'are'Wafned to avoid a former State American Legion
42 per_ cent shooting avenge, that wJJd'Staisials- :.:...particularly those flag pole purchased by the PTA. each grade 1 thrcujh ..'singing
of their starting forward. points followed by Woody Strick
Commander. Rev. Barry Van De-
night' school a patriotic song, and joining together *
: and erected on the
OF that cole out In- daylight hours;
STARK -
Dewey McKlnney, who has averaged land with 17 and Jimmy Maloce
In the National Anthem.
Venter brought the Invocation
20' points in the last two with 10. Both Malone and Strick (cTtilrTd.Ue. ,- ,-8. ] -and,- -,appear--,.... to.act strangely.,-- grounds. \


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAJIKE, FLORIDA ,FEB '23, 1981
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$ Days Bring Thomas Tries : 38 Plant Food Is : tended illness. Born in Swains- ; J Long, othof Jacksonville and

I bOlO Ga., Jan, ,2, 1886 hei pari -,i-Mrs. Thomas Howard .ojf. Orange

Dies Of Iniufies' i!| ells were the late Henry and Me1; 1 Park: three sons, James O., Manning '
Important Item
I Sales Increase ; ? < #; j -" ** it .- linda Faircloth Youngblood. She Jacksonville; Colley W.
P., Y I'had been a resident of Bradford Manning Green Cove Springs;
;( .. .. 4 ReceiVed/ In F.dll In .
) Fertilizers
"I t ; L. Manning, Starke;
County for 63 and Clyde
i t x | years, coming here
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r* Those New Districts wr / f I f t f from; Georgia, and was a member i and one brotherJR. ; ;-'A. Nettles,
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... . Merchants : .
'- SayMost LA When buying mixed fertilizers, '
,. : ; i, Thomas. Sidney,:Triest" .38, of cf Hope? Baptist Church. Theressa. Starke.,
With the increase in population shown by the 1960 cen- Keystone Heights, died in a choose* the ones that contain higher j! Surviving are three daughters, 1 Funeral services were held in

sus, .Florida will gain four new seats in Congress. The up Starke businesses reported i- |I'I Gainesville hospital last Friday percentages County of plant food, advises : ; Mrs. Minnie Rhoden Starke; Mrs Jones' Memorial l Chape| at iO a. m.
afternoon Agent G. T.
coming-legislature) improved as a result ofinjuries HUggins.//Gertrude Thames, Palatka,' and: ';!Wednesday with Rev. W. E. Hall,
will be called upon to redistrict Florida sales last weekend as received in an accident near The agent 'said that
Putnam Mrs. Eula
Jordan, Alachua
the ; four pastor j jsons. of Pine Level Baptist
into first 1961 ,
twelve congressional districts rather than the eight Dollar Days promotion fertilizers\ those with'
are
,
Hall several days previously.a James, of Starke; Willis H. now in existence. combined with ideal New' DCT HeadCongratulated more than 24 of
pounds. actual ,
l\lfo Triest accidentally fell:
and Walter
I I : upon Swindell, both of ]Dyal Cemetery under the direc-
weather -
brought '
N A senate committee headed by Senator John Rawls of 'i,: increased numbers.shoppers out in By leaving a place of business, striking : plant! food fertilizers per 100 pound have less bag.than Low Thfressa, and Kirby Swindell., Pa- )tion of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
his head walka
on a concrete latka; a brother, Autumn Young-i
: Marianna has drawn up a plan that would give Dade County 1.i Cooperating stores that offered Starke Club Pres. ; 24 pounds of plant food, Huggins blood. Waldo: 23 grandchildren, i!i I i ]Home..

two congressmen, while North Florida, Central Florida, and :; doorprizes to their customers way.Born said. In either case, the remainderof and 23 ..-,-- .. ..--.'- -- '- .
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the West Coast would each gain an additional congressionalseat. during the two-day sales event Mack Walker of Ocala [left] is 1922 at Theressa on-Sept. 2, the 100 pounds is made up of Funeral great-erandchildreii I!{I,r ..J.f'. '.._-_ .'_ .,,,_ ,.,,__,_..___ __ -__ _.
services
i he was the son of Sidney were held at 2
announced the following winners: congratulated by host, club 'presi-, !
This will undoubtedly be one of several plans presented E. "and Mattie' Batten' Triest. A filler. (
p. Thursday in Hope Baptist] !. !: fr 1 131n dlaaw1o,4
Bradford Building Supply, Sun- lent t Donald Thomas upon his "When J,
to the legislature for adoption rejection this In veteran of World you buy high analysis i'Church with Rev. Merle Pack'
or spring. I War. he operated -
I I beam Mixer won by N. J. Le- election as District II representa- ? fertilizer, totai 1669.lr :0.J.33UJ.S' .\\
get plant
the. event that"ti workable plan is not adopted by the legIs-I J fevers of Graham. tive: at a 17-club meeting in I a plumbing business at food( per you bag," the more county agent ham, and Rev. Leo A. Hebertofficiating. -. '11VJ' 3 toy
latur "four new will be elected from the state I, Keystone Heights, and was. a Burial was in the -family .'
congressmen Eagles, sofa pillow, won by Starkeon Feburary 11. Walker will said, "and this plant food will 1' ejNfA
t member of the 'Church. plot in the cemetery un
at large. tI i Patsy Grew of Starke. represent the District II clubs at II !j Baptist cost less pound than when church ;
I per der the direction DeWitt -
Besides his of C
parents he h survived :
I Barksdales, $5 gift certificate, the forthcoming State DCT Conrention. j
bought in low materials.
analysis 1 l
If the state is successfully re-districted into 12 congressional j won by Mrs. J. Gordon Wager, i by his wife. Myrtle Neel Jones Funeral Home. lddft& 1010

Districts, congressmen will be elected from each Starke. Sharon Roland of Gainesville T nest; two daughters, Laura Ann head The costs buyer when also saves on ovel'-I Active pallbearers were Freeman ,
district I and Brenda Sue Triest;; two sons, purchasing Rhoden Joe McGee, L. fc: Chllds;
in the elections of 1962. Stump's, box of hose, won by was elected first alternate, and : analysis fertilizer Huggins said QaaigbBI
Thomas and Leon Triest W.H. Hall Sr.. Ernest Triest .and
S. all ,
Mrs. Bill
Costello Starke.
David Green of Lake City, second I
this illustration .
giving '
Our .Eighth Congressional District at present is com- Alvarez Store, man's shirt, won alternate. of Keystone Heights; three brothers : I J. A. Gnann.. I

poses ..of ...15 counties: Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Columbia, by Cecil Leach Jr., Starke. Skits and other entertainmentwere i Ernest .and Ervin Triest, fertilizer' In Florida'amount, overhead to' at least costs $12 on I pus dapaain r-: pa lIf* 311YJ.avppdUI !,

Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton Lafayette Madison Nas Starke Builders i Theressa. .and Leon Tries! stationed Mrs. Delia Manning
'
Levy, Supply gallonof featured during the day. per ton, or 60 cents"per. 100'pound ''owoJ';oS iOD f. L ..I.0u.

sau, Putnam, Suwannee, Taylor, and Union."if amt, won by Mrs. Janice Al- i Columbus with, Ga.theU.; two. S.Sisters Army, Mrs.at bag.j Thus; 'the person who buys J Dies SunJaay After i.w Jibf: east[' 11Dtf4ulyl J..JqW

varez. First Baptist 1 600 pounds of a 6-6-6 fertilizer' pat asdgl jo IIDI 9fqt.J v IH Ue.3ctt
the Rawls committee plan is approved, our presentEighth Eva Kuykendall of Keystone A Brief Illness
Williams Jewelry, 17-jewel is about overhead to ,uaM n gulgt)
paying $3.60 "qJtnU son ;
District will Will Host Heights, and Mrs.. Lillie -Eiland, I j'
become the Fourth and will include i ,1
: watch, 'won by Maud Van Tine, I get it in a convenient form. If he J -attic* (nq op HOA Ji ca.pu
!
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Alachua, Bradford, Baker Clay, Nassau, St. Johns Gilchrist Starke. Palm Harbor! "- J! I' Mrs. Delia Nettles Manning,.82, Jot
; Musical Festival buys 300 pounds of 12-12-12, he' uttj'j 6 B *wq ILPOA" 'A\oq
Union Funeral) services sere held at 2 (of Starke, died in a local hospital .
Levy ;
Flagler, and Volusia. Slade Gas Co., 15,000 BTU heater will get the same amount of plant \I j here -.fay .MHBS! q woui puns
won by E. B. Grider Starke. The Southern Baptist Church j* m. Monday in' Hope BaptistChurch food, and the overhead: costs are Sunday night after a brief posy; sjdiuoo jqi trj Sup dli
Under this plan the district .Rev :' j illness. She was born m. .Dt val .
will drop Suwannee, Putnam Koch's Drug Store, home barber Music Festival for District 5 will with Merle Pai kham I j only about '150.. .
Madison, Hamilton; Lafayette, and Taylor; while add be held in the First Baptist officiating! ; assisted by: Rev. J. R.' (County on July 13, 1878. the ;slot 11 JttiJ U't
kit, won by Edgar Burrell, Starke. "If you fertilized 40 acres with
;
ing Clay St Johns Smith. Burial was in the familyplot ; j daughter of the late Benjamin .Uig3 ;JA .Wdq, s1utt pOflGUmJS.'pU8
Flager and Volusia. North Florida Supply, light fix- Church Starke, Friday and Saturday 300 pounds of 12-12-12 instead of !;
,. March 3-4, Rev. Leo A. in the church cemetery, under I and Jane Deese Nettles. w.\lnl JlJlawU
ture !
,
won by-Mrs.Eugene Williams, 600 pounds of 6-6-6, you would
> In the present'Eighth District all of the counties are and set of tee trays won by G. T. Hebert, pastor, announced yester the direction of DeWitt C. save about $72 and would handle\ ,I Mrs. Manning had made her' Joj ilq ucq) JOUI plod .'..tt'SL
predominantly agricultural and have interests in common. 'day. Jones Funeral Home. j"! home with her daughter Mrs.
Huggins Starke. I 12,000 pounds less weight, Hug-
We would have much less in common, it seems, with some Bradford County Telegraph pen AroUIul 500 singers are expected II I II gins declared.'t\\'t'Jack Underhill, at Starke tor several SeMIIM!

of ,the counties in the proposed Fourth District-Volusia, and pencil set, won by Maud Van to attend each of the threesessions I Mrs. Gladys Mahalko The Bradford: agent says that !;, years. She was a member of .

for instance, where the interest at Daytona Beach is largely Tine, Starke. with a total of approxi t Dies Last Friday information like this points up I the Pine Level Baptist Church.Survi1ng ,

centered in the tourist and sporting element, and St. JohnsSt. Denmark Furniture Co.. table e mately 1,500 during the two-da Y In :the importance of having soil J[I Mr Jack Underhill are five, and daughters Mrs. J,. Joj uic3n! duo pull 3.q.j AMIS.Aoq.Cuy asi.fjnal x09
( Augustine where lamp, won by Mrs. Gene Norman, period. Convalescent 'Hon\e :samples taken to determine lime
), interest i is also primarily in .th Starke. District 5 includes the following :i A. \Toward, both of starke Mr 5.-: ;.&'IS jq| japan deals

tourist trade. associations: Northeast, Jacksonville Mrs. Gladys Bloom Mahalko 63.of and fertilizer needs. j I T. W. Loyless, and Mrs. Edna 'wdgl uo sla I and d pusPs" 'JIY .
Bottom "We invite you to come by our I ..
Dollar ladies handbag, j .1tJ8.Jq "q, .1411 way
It north and West of River, Staike, died In a convalescenthome a"il
was our understanding that hearings were to be held won by Mrs, Nancy Vokas .office for more information on I op no.< 8qutu ftu.JqJ '11)1.0'
by the senate committee in the various Bullington's sets, New River, Black Creek, SantaFe here last Friday "after an soil testing," he said. "Soil tests I STARKER ONLY "
districts of the paint won by and illness of several o) jrqu \\ouf hoop e11', '1ttqtr!.
weeks.
state to let the voice of the people be heard in this important I Mrs. ELsIe/ iger and Mrs. Katherine Harmony. lived here about 11 ;She,' naking had for liming. materials, and fertilizerneeds I While Wait I d.u | Jell PoI0.UIO.lJ( lind.iog(
years (U J
matter. So far Sponholtz. are made free of charge by
recall
we only one hearing of this type her home north of Starke,_on U. !

being held, and that was in Tampa, A question of this magnitude i- Saturday Is S- 301. She was a native'of .Hartford Laboratory the .\gricultural at the Extension University Soils ofFlorida. OR 30S SJaq31 uIS

cannot be worked out to the greatest advantage at a Alachua Board Muster Conn. : : ." One Day Service .
single! hearing attended by a few people in sectioof Day'At .
only one i Surviving are herhusband, )! pijnq *'loP| noA"S.i 0\ 'U(1IJ
Florida. Agrees To Keep C George J. Mahalka, of Staike; and Mrs. Doshia Swindell WE SELL BRONSOS110ES: \ P.9.qJooq, aM .. '

Company four. sisters, all of Cleveland. Ohio. COURT jo .ppoiu .(cid ip BIB njiIu b) Ji00.11 q
Bridge Closed r Funeral services were.:held. at ,l Dies Tuesday After dql o; luast au aauISOO'fifi
Taxpayers Pay PayolaThat Starke's National Guard Unit, 4 pp. m. Saturday at thegravesidein ; Extended Illness SHOE REPAIR

Company C, will take part this Crosby Lake Cemetery with I' "
The Alachua County Commis- 126 North Court Si.Starke 1.IMI4lia
,
.
; Florida, is getting bad nationwide publicity from weekend in celebrating Nationa1Guard Rev. Barry D. VanDeventer ,offi
sion agreed Tuesday to keep Doan Mrs. Doshia Youngblood Swin- I Florida
its highway department investigations is "Muster Day"-to commemorate .
obvious from Bridge across Santa Fe River ciating.Arrangementsv.were in i :dell75, died Tuesday morning at E. A. Hall Owner & Mgr.
some .of-" ;the: edItorial comment now seeping in from other closed to traffic until fully re the days when the charge ofiDsWitt crjories' 'Funeral 1 ,her home in Starke after '1 'utaq qJJ.\\{ Xufg1auros Jd I ISSiVlf
states. paired. militia' was mustered on the village Home. -a- ... an exr: I naqsooq e Jo 'n1\\ .u plin't

green to count the number.of -. t : ,,' -t' i pno.C qsjtt ".\\ 'jsnp Junn j

Example-this from the Minneapolis Morning Tribune: have The Alachua board killed a proposal to available armsbearers.Today's Mrs. Lela c.1 Reaves 74Dies We eliminate 'the .. I' : 1 rjs fdqj aJ,)q jng 'rfaeq( S.lIW.C
County ahead middlemanprofit"
go
"Discovery of under-the-table payments to Florida highway l- Guard has come a long WI v oj x43 lit .a.l.J.\\ \}!t)1LLJOS
and repair its half of the bridge, i .
Wtinffitty
from the
way when it
days ;
officials was
construction firm
by
a involved in the
program may not rate a surprised response. interstate More- then open County it to feels traffic Its when half of Bradford the-. mustered on-the village green;-it After Illness One Quart F R With Each 7 : S 3018
can now boast more than 470,000 E E 44
flagrant evidences of the widespread use of payola in recent structure, is...,safe.. lob travels",,.. : men in 5,000 .Army and'Air National or Gallon .,
years perhaps have dulled the shock value of such The span is located between Guard units in the 50 Mrs. Lela Mangrum Reaves, 74, One you buy. y1-- )

revelations.. Graham and Brooker, across the states| died Wednesday morning at her "a joj duo Jo
the District of Columbia!, : I
home Prices Start
Santa Fe, which is the dividing in Keystone Heights after at $2 qt. $5.98 Gal. .Ji troutjnjjjpuoAV
and Puerto Rico. I 001$ JJ 001 ) use putt
"Nonetheless, we agree heartily with Rep, John Blatnik line between the two counties.Complete "Muster Day" is a brief illness. She was born in 9A\ 'VII..Jw n.oo..Jupn.tnf
(D. Minn.), chairman of the house customarily Gadsden, Tenn. on July 21, 1886 _. i
investigating committee, repair would have to be celebrated .101 aJSay3 'f.tJot1
!
I on February 22, the MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
and
that this had lived in Keystone for the
cynical disregard for business a joint effort.
and professional first day our first president began J 'w q, thAt asuoq aq JAAOJ Jo
ethics is reprehensible and cannot be condoned on any The Alachua side of the bridge; I I II his career as a citizensoldier.The past of the 15 Christian years. She Church.was a member 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR 67588That's ; "'s-jjd 1 toy Joj wa, awa 'sa3alysaosagas
I
ground. was barricaded earlier this month i local unit is having open auf( gooZ 's...ztnbs'Z

because piling and superstructureare j house this Saturday morning!, Besides her husband, Arthur E. x 0111! *nil IP( ** OJ q.i\

"Highway employes who received gifts, cash, free dinners rotted out. Bradford County I February 25 from 9:30: to 11:30: i in Reaves, she is survived by three I MOlD( JUOP 9M t UOltI

etc., told the investigators they were not influenced road superintendent R. E. Johnswas j:observance of Muster Day. Ii sons, Henry A. and ,Arthur E- Jr., Otif Busineu ,

to do anything other than their normal l duties. The contractors reported to feel. the Bradford i i f-i After the open house. Saturday M both: Reaves of Jacksonville South'Florida, and Francis five If It's Class We Have It' : I 1 II! allEN MX:

testified they were not attempting to bribe the of half of the bridge safe enough for> the two local guard units. Com ; ,
grandchildren CALL WRITE ?
I and of VISIT
three | f
ficials into overlooking substandard materials workmanship. traffic. pany.C of Starke and Company great .
I or I !of Camp Blending, taB\ grandchildren 'OS19S; .101 till.Hi lnunJaVI
Alachua County Attorney Henry along wt .
u other units of the 748th Ordnaiicfc .Funeralservices were, held at 4 7jo noA A\O.aq} Gt tlnt Jruoass
i Gray pointed out, 'however than at Joe Peters Glass Co
p. m. Thursday in St. o.u Sujqi pod
Aiuo
"But no amount of pious declarations of this kind c I: Alachua would have the responsij Battalion will spend the icmain-_ Anne Epis- "uOS'6J1
1 copal Church
erase the fact that gifts were proffered and accepted on a j bility if it repaired and opened its!der of the weekend on the firing- with Rev. Millard at Keystone-H. Heights FOR ANY GLASS NEEDWe

project that should be strictly business. Even if no actual l t I I side, of the bridge while the Brad range at Camp Blending: i officiating. Burial will Breyfogle follow in DVsiffn Modern Store Front Ja/dopJ

wrongdoing is yncovered in the construction and inspection : ford end was still unsafe The Each liaii.unit. will' operate its own the Keystone Heights Cemetery 1' r Just Mail) Us A Pattern for NA\V1.
I board then decided'to/keep; the mess Company C mess section *
procedures, it cannot be denied that the underdirection Tam' .
intent to buy influence '' of DeWitt Top- 1
;
isiheaded c.j
I bridge closed until Bradford'moved by SSgt. J: L. AU .. ,
was present Jones Funeral Home. 1 t (313 N.W.. 4th P!. Gainesville. Fla. Phone PR. CJUsbaaaii;
2-4S53
I to repair its half. ; varez who.says he has roast beef, II .,uJ ,,,oJUnt Jnd oJ g2uoua,

"And with whose money? The taxpayer's, of course, meat loaf, eggs and bacon and "I'''' -- --- 3jq MI '*.Ht "iIIJOUV 4tal 'Uoj,,

every'penny of it. And the construction firm airily charged Lions Buy Glasses I fried chicken on the menu. The --S ._.I .. ... -jcd v easy j.uop net JIue .a bJ.J
J weekend
exercises of the j
are part
F It all off as advertising and promotion. Tax deductible, of For Seven Children !ji annual training conducted in tht '- UB 3uj.Cnq tq JqJltu no.t.ao.s .

course. This from a firm that has had more than 30 million I ':>firing operation on weapons. aJe
dollars' worth, i Starke Lions have this I -- .- < '
of road contracts-much of it involving in- year pro- j = ]
terstate work-since 1956. "jvided'! : seven children with glasses I a' Ju'dMt .

i i or lens for their glasses at a to alj : JULOUHVJ.

"Companies such as this do not deserve to profit at the I I j cost of $216, Club President. N. L.j I 'WI.LLI.AMS"j .ANDGIVE.YOUIWRF A BREAK: .aa1Jd "lq .jedq Jana'

public till. Nor do state officials who S Woodburn said. -
would accept such ; .
j : -- Juo.00.1 'ewa3{ jo *pojn n '
gratuities merit continued public trust." 1 Due to the fact that the fund,!; JEWELRY fdrf:". 113qflfJJ, 01 wojw. ; jo *;pirpc

I for eye glasses Is being depleted, 'j .. I ; -' 0\' '''.1"\ es 100.18 tIJUlr.d, ,
j I Woodburn said, the club will have r&I : alit 10f( ';frog aJtb have a IU.lQP'I .
i another broom sale around the : WATCHES DIAMONDS I
We heartily agree with the Tribunes editorial and submit first of March. The Lions are also'I REPAIRS >>
that the excuse given by SRD 'I 're ; !
some
employees for IUe4
accepting planning to sponsor a' movie"at a ;: i it j--
AU Work Guaranteed
so-called "payola"-the fact that it is general local theatre he said in another ..

practice in no way lessens the degree of their offe nee. effort to raise money for glasses I A. C. Williams F Fj : 'Jb !

"Everybody else is doing it" is the weakest rationalizationpossible for needy children. t: 142 "W. Call St. \ ;, aSli JUBd!
.
for wrongdoing. Let us say that if such practicesare The Lion's Club will have its I Starke, Fla., I 1 1I I t
general l. they are none the less alarming when brought ;: regular meeting' 'Thursday night 'qJU'' t -V g '.(isiuMI Ynl3
.
.
to public .view'. Much of ,the 'soaring cost of highway cohstructuJri ;jat 7:30: the president said.Last '.. -----? ,,...3aa ".f.inn must be attributed to such shady practices and | week the club heard, a talk I on I : aiuo }U auy3 puevneti(
undercover negotiations. school activities by ,Dean of Stu1 i. :ulluq '''it PJlooJ arnr att
1 F t.t ,'
: ,The legislative::interim 'committee that has been making dents Ray Reddish. "< ,. t, "
;e- !
fthesd investigations is,, expected to come up soon with Three ,. ,.. .' : $C S0AIUJ! }[
Caught\ : .
Ir .:
J srproposed, legislative''program to tighten the loopholes in 'THE LITTLE CHICKS -.
.
ALtfl'd'Jaylsaa I
our state laws which have made I some 'of these costly deals Grandin: Shirtfe Raid 1[r cAY fTS E'CtAS5, ;. ;-,.-,' I I. ,'

legally.: possible J ->. t KMt' 2uJI.J"U. poogt
THE BPOODER .
A HEAT '
J-: ;We,; i.neerely) hope that the 1961 f I 16-year-old youth and ,two \i "fin pun 'pcq 04.10'01 .fist'3pi ''

late}into. '.laws some of the recommendations Legislature of will the trans-min; older an companions early-morning were' moonshine arrested' WE6ET. ''FROM, 6AS/- WHEN, THE WEATHER IS BAD I a'liJUTlqo".. ." puns, *.\\

ntfttee.: The high cost of' right-of.way' for example which 'still f -, : ::: >
raid: near Grandin last 'we ek. j '
hasrthreatened' to stymie road construction programs in t'AU three were charred with ..posi rrs TN I: Jk ,.- &.i' WtJIty Mail! S I ,alod

this 'countyas:: : well as many others, fails to take into. account i session of a still ... .ooifivvauw ,

4U1e t enhancement in yalue:; 'that ,road improvements; i' Jailed in Putnam County were .bw fe .
to few
sttisg ? .
,
,
brinir/ttfihe.'property 'I JIIJJ 1Jp '
in question. Revision 'of statutes governinsUhe1 Carl H. [Buddy]'Goodyear 23; of 10 Jta.l11 an

; taking! of property' for such public uses as roads the ,Smith, Lake area and ,Raymond tk. .; L-j (8"w uw, Jwp MI' djaqjtneJifcMud 'tnt

is'' urgently needed, asr well'J\S< putting teeth in laws O. Mann; 20, of Lake -Geneva 'saiudaa .. Jdj uuq
pro- '
The easy sea noi uwmuw "}"1:1juop \ '
hibititig the acceptance of payola, minor also 61 Smith 0.
.. ,:'.!'.''/. Lake, was referred to- Juvenile 3.\\ 'JJ.1b ,100I "PU8
.- court authorities. .I ,. I iq auio.) .*kJiiAB n1| "II" no,3i '

rJ.4E I RApI'CJtr' COUNTY TELEGRAPH ,d Goodyear and Mann were 1ater'rel.eased s I P PUB}IWJId.U o.ttOi aplsdl.""'00'1'+" deld 9aiasafaaJatt "q

1{, under $1,000 bond each.The LO. R.1 1 D AI I pas WJJJujJdS wn

EST. 1871tif.nr.vr I two-barrel capacity still,t i 1 ,f1I' :

which had been under observation i .
,
.. asJD rLoHIIt' rr.Jtr.T: EW" I I o ,
rrnitsHEDCMHB several days was located !n Putnam -
rp \vr.n ; ( "L '
OS.TISO -
&: retMNa MASTHEAD. County near*the Clay County .A.: i k1qUiLIUN -

h%tI.i..'Ear of.i.*,. ..* EaUrrt, aa.lee*.4 Cla.'ltauee .line. One car was also confisca led. .. \ ,. .. ,.. .. .. .. ... __. I I0 tf
at' tht P.it Offlrft. mi i arks. FU, viler "tt .f *sr. t, IWt.. The"'raid 'was staged 'by 'Clay i 6TII iANKS FTHi NATIONAL '
0 : CROUP
.. .'. L I and E/LORIOA MEMBER FEDERAL_ DEPOSIT JNSURANCECORP.
Putnam '
Cbunty oIfIc .
rs. :.9i -r > NMOO 30lSd

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'SJL1 THURSDAY, FEB. 23, 1961 _.= ___BRADFORD. _COUNTY_TELEGRAPH._STARKE, FLORIDA: _' PAGE THREB
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I I :;i1{: mvvyvvvvYYYVYVVVVYVYVg f..y.yy.y""y- -victory from Douglass Anderson IvtimyyytrnmYT' .4 yvt' 1! Presbyterian Church 365. St.; Albans West ,lrgln a. the Circuit Court oa or before the Dated this 1 day of February

.<< school of High Springs. The finals You are hereby notified that a 6 day of March. 1961; otherwise the 1961.
NEWS OF INTEREST TO
COLORED
allegation of said Complaint will (SEAL)
suit for divorce has been filed
ores: girls 19-34; boys. 14-21. EILBRONN Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. gainst yoq in theabove named a- be taken ss confessd by you. CHARLES A. DARBT

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy According to coaches. Spearmon Morning Worship. 11 a. m. Even- Court and cause"and you are required This notice shall be publishedonce Clerk of the Circuit Court.
and Moore the teams have _a perfect to serve a cop; of your an- <<: each week for tour consecutive By Marian L. Crosby
Ozora Shell I By Mr Harvey McCarthy ing Vespers, 6 p. m. swer or pleading ,to the complainton weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Deputy Clerk
I record and they plan not to the Plaintiffs Attorney A. M. graph. 2.1 U w
spoil it. PTA was not held duringthis I I1r11111L1111J11L11 && & & & && & & & & & & &&.&& & &.& _____ __& _& _& _&_&_&
--------- ft----- -------- a Jacksonville 2, Fla, and file the original -
month due to weather conditions Howdy, Neighbors. Well it looks IM The C..aty J"dge'i Cart Of in the office. of the Clerk of
Bsngnet-Danee of bringing the trophies back and bad roads. Nex; meet- like Br.dfr4. C...tr, FUrMa ONE STOP SHOPPING
spring is it's with
on the
Post 314 of American Legion ; home. We wish coaches Harvey ing' March 6. Linwood Crawford, way !. rebate I
birds singing, trees and flowers la Re: Estate of Laura W. Colley, OLE TIME
and Auxiliary will sponsor their and Shell much luck. The tourna- president; C. C. Anderson, principal Deceased.

annual Lincoln-Douglass Banquet ment will be held at Bellview- ; D. B. Richardson, reporter. budding and the grass becoming NOTICE TO CREDITORSAll AT
I green. I might add that warmer persons having claims or demands AUCTIONCOMING HOC 'S DRUGS
Saturday night, Feb. 25, from 8 Santos high school in Marion State Department Visitor
days will be welcome, too. against the estate of Laura
to 9' p. m. A very spicey program County on Highway 301. Local Mr. D. E. Williams, Consultantin Rev. Luther A. W. Colley, deceased, are hereby SOON AT
has been planned for you during supporters are invited to follow I Education, Tallahassee visited McGee pastorof notified and required to file their
I I Heilbronn Church, delivered I claljns in the office of the County. 'BRADFORDBLDG.
the serving of a full course meal. the team. Finals 8 p. m. Saturday.I the schools Bradford County on inspiring Judge of Bradford County, Florida'
As soon as the tables are cleared, Sigma Shadows Organized I Monday, Feb. 20. He was carried i messages Sunday which inthe County Court House at I SUPPLY COSMETIC -
were thoroughly enjoyed by all. .Starke Florida within eight ('alrn-I
music will begin by Bobby Knight The wives and sweethearts of : to .
Thurston and Hampton schools dar: : months from the date of the
I Remember to heir: him pra-h 301 E. Call St. WO: 4.5291 l Revlon Faberge Max Factor Coly Marcelle,
,
and his famous Allegros. They are Beta Gamma Sigma Chapter of I to get a look at the last of the 'r't phi raton Itf this netire or. 55-
over the l' rib i s'a'!""i
ei ; e-rry the same will bl H onie void aciorilinga Yardley and Many Others
specialists in the "HullyGully"Itype Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity met. few .
one-teacher schools in the afternoon fr-a :5 45 'o G .x ;. in..- ,January 31, 1361
ri.
of music. Just present your at the home of President and state of Florida. The trend and ., 1 !'U >':.Mt:"n .February 2,
and'l:it c 1h Hi :'n T': :ir t .. SUNDRIES
,
ticket at the door and get this I Mrs. A. B. Williams Palatka and "new look" is consolidation of all : -
.. NEED HELP
i|[often. You are v.*a'irr t n :;o d "
two-in-one treat. As partici- organized this group. The '
you election small schools
and have one cen- : and always W?jcG. I?" 3' -.:iiv ''o ENreut.r; <<: r.f the I.ist Will and Best Selection, Widest Variety
pate in this affair you must remember -I was conducted by Mrs. Ozora trally located school to take care be with us Sunday week uhen > ... i-tuia \\". Colley, WITH YOUR 1960
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that you will be helping I Shell, wife of Frater Elmer R. of all pupils. This is the plan that i i .i.- f.ltxU. TOYS-FOR ALL AGES

'some crippled child walk again I Shell. Mrs. Williams served as was set up by the survey team Homecoming will again observe day with our the best annual in : MarKf Hollis: ,V Florida. Knight, INCOME TAX FISHING SUPPLIES-ALL TYPES, QUALITY

arid help the local post get a I secretary.The from Tallahassee nearly 10 years Attorney for Executor. RODS AND REELS FOR LESS
singing and eating. We are- .
expecting % 4t !-Z3 RETURN ? ? ?
building constructed that will I following officers were ago. It may be that the plan will a lot of special singers
seve as a meeting place for aidltional :: elected:.Mrs. Thelma Wright into effect -
pre- go during 1961. Mrs.S. and I don't have to tell you:how Our MAIN Business is PRESCRIPTIONS Oar Large
services to God and I sident; Mrs. Coretha,Wilson, vice- C. Price Is teacher at Thurstonand SEE NEIL TUCKER
good Heilbronn women can cook. NOTICE TO DEFENDIn Volume of Prescriptions enables us to give you the
Country. Commander Julius Royal president f Mrs. Vl1nifr Circuit Court,
: d Williams Mrs. Mellonease Taylor is Bradford County.
Very glad to report that Jim Florida IB Public, Bookkeeper FRESHEST Drugs at the Most ECONOMICAL PRICE:
t CkaartrrCase
t President L. M, Royal are to
and secretary: Mrs. Charles teacher at Hampton. Each teacher
Corbett home from the No. 12-198
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enlisting the support of the entire Harris, assistant, has first Calvin
secreatry; Mrs. and second grades. eran's Hospital in Lake City K. Torman Plaintiff, VS: 120 S. Court, Starke

community. During the circle of.efuifches Malcom Jones, chaplain and business PTA Program AnnouncedThe Tuesday of this week. Loretta NOTICE Mae Torman TO APPEAR, Defendant. Ph. WO 4-9854, WO 42545I I Phone WO 4-4401 for FREE DELIVERY

f last year1t was pointed manager; Mrs. Ozora Shell, PTA of RJE will meet on Others still in hospitals include To: Loretta Mae Torman, whose

J up by the commander that they parliamentarian and reporter; Wednesday, March I, at 8 p. m. Charlie Gaskins in the hospital in residence and address! is: Rt. 1 Box I II

I would have just one affair and Mrs. DolHe Smith, Director of social President Levy Lennon asks all Avon Park; Mrs. Amanda Crosby's ..-.
call upon the public for help.- activities! ; Miss Donesia Lawton persons with raffle books to come sister-in-law I P- .1 -- ---- :

t' This Is It. Please support this. assistant. This group will early and make reports so that Hillard in the hospital, Mrs.in Mirtie Plant : I I

drive--Staff! reporter.'Tina.NiTorium meet concurrently with the fraters the lucky person will be in the

) Destroyed' and will do everything possible to "hat" in time for the drawing. City Mrs.; Laura Mrs. Annie Andrews Kelly's in the aunt hospital -, All FOR THE CHURCH THE CHURCH FOR All .

I v: On last Thursday the coaches assist the Sigmas in their public The program committee has plan- in Jacksonville.

K and pupils of RJE removed the projects. The next meeting I will be ned a rich educational experiencefor Those ill at their homes are S II.r II."I
tin from around the basketball held at the' home of Frater Wel- you that will include a movieon i
Miss Gail
t Cowart, daughter of t.
'tourt and danced to the death of ters In St. Augustine.. All! Sigma cancer The guests will include Ij
Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Cowart; and|
IJj use forever. This was: dqne because Shadows are asked to "tag along"so : Mesdames Hand and Mike Norman, son of Mr. and f .

no more games will be play- that we-can begin our meetingon Knight, educational advisors for Mrs. Harold Norman, who has the I

ed at home and they expect the time. Significantly, this group The American Cancer Society in mumps. / .

construction- of the gymnasium to organized oh St. Valentine's Day' Starke. Some of the local doctors Happy to report that Glen .
begin soon. On Monday the teamplaye and the Sigmas showered their will also attend and discuss the ram dap tbr
Moore
son of Mr. and Mrs. Cor-
l Hastings, and Wednesday, sweethearts with gifts. A delicious film. If you have been worried nelious Moore arrived home dur-

Fernandina Beach. Class "B"I menu was served by the hostess, about some danger signals come
ing the weekend from Fort Jackson .
,: group' tournament will open Friday including hickory-smoked barbe- out and get a clearer understanding S. C. after completing his .
and,extend through Saturday cued chicken. about if
cancer. Remember six months National Guard Train- -.. .
night. The Tigers and Tiberettes Anderson Jr. Ill cancer is discovered early enoughit ing. Welcome home Glen! -'" .
are leaving- Starke with the hope Lawtey was the scene of a twill can be cured. On March 9 Mr. .
House
i ,guests of Mr. and Mrs. '.-;
Collins Field
Representative of
t Markham are their nephew and
the American Cancer Society, will niece, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman

come from Tampa, to talk with ... w'
Brown of Savannah Ga. ; :
Attention Livestock Producers! ,
c the the science teachers of RJE Mrs. R. L. Morgan and Mrs.

b and show a film to the pupils. Johnny Cowart Jr., visited in 8UIITON

!, If you have hogs or __-_.- __._ Other movies and materials will] Jacksonville Wednesday of this :

cattle to sell now or in r,. .v1&: be given out during the term in i week with Mrs. Morgan's son-in- :

._ the" future please con- the interest of education and information -. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.

: :tact_ one "tf)hd ,buyers on cancer by Supervisor Bill Chambers.Mr. .

at Copeland Sausage t ,v" i Shell. and Mrs. Lamar Reddishand ,

Company and give them Club MeetingsThe daughter, ,Karen, of Eustis n; : ;' : :: :

400 Social-Saving Club .......,.. 'f'to .
to < visited Sunday with Mrs. Red- :: ,
an opportunity buy '
; meets every Monday night at 8 dish's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W''iJM<:s:;:;:::':::.'.'!;".S ,(1.." ;...... '.. 'N 0' .
livestock.
your m. Try-Me Cafe.
p. ,
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Frank Norman and son, Ray. ,. \ : : '
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Carnation : ;; "4 '
COPELAND OFFERS YOU Social-Saving Club Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gaskins and
meets' each first and third Mon- their sonS-in-law .I
an< daughters,
4 JIG ADVANTAGES! day night at the Reno Theatre. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lee and Mr.

Y Fiesta Social-Saving Club meets and Mrs. Glen Norman, visited : F.,:.. a.. ti
4 1. Cash market every day. every fourth Saturday night at Sunday with Charlie Gaskins in : .

2. .No commission ... the old Wateroak school in Plea. the hospital in Avon Park. ,..,. .. I
sant Grove.
,.. Mrs: R. L. Reddish and son, ; ..
3. Special consideration given to meat All members are asked to be Keith, and Mrs. Reddish's sister i. 4
present and on time at these ;1..;
Mrs. Freeman Crosby, visited Sun .
type hogs meetings. day with their sisterinlawtand. THE":. CHURCH FOR ALL ...< ,
Alt. FOR THE; CHURCH
4. Can furnish hauling for sufficient CHURCH NEWS their nephews and nieces, Mrs..
Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church Delores Carmichael, Mr. and Mrs. TU CUrdi it Ac (Kl<4 rector 011 I
quantities.CALL Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor will 1.111 for tke building of character aod' .
M M. L. Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. .. I IaoocI
CHuensJiip. k ia I Kofchoute of .
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t hold regular Trustee services on Sinclair Harley Jr. in Jackson- Is built --- II
this lighthouse Seeming
on sand ;
; ipuiluil; viluct.Without *strong Church ;
COLLECT HO 2.3011 Sunday starting with Sunday ville. erther denMcrtty tor civiliMtioa en so! All you can see at its base IS sand. I I

School at 10 a. m., Miss Fannie Mr. and Mrs. George P. Wil- sa.t 9 vt. There are tour( road reason Actually this towering structure is built oa !
t CLAUDE PHILLIPS 0 THERON HUDSON Frazier in charge. Second Quart- of honored! should allcad services I
liams Macclenny were why every ptno rock. Underneath these dunes of sand is a rocky II
} 0 PRESTON POLK erly Conference will be conductedby with a dinner Sunday celebrating secularly sad support the Church. They ledge firm and enduring. The sand may be .

Presiding Elder W. P. Jenkins. their 14th wedding anniversary. are: O I For I his own sake. (2)) For kit carried away by sea or wind but this lighthouse ,;111'
During the 11 a. m. service music the I ciulaWt stke. (J) For the sake of I UcommiMuty will stand secure. There's a rock a firm foundation l''
This special event was held in
: will be and Bilio. (4) For die sake underneath! I"l'I I
CopelandSAUSAGE furnished by the junior Un-
home of Mr. and Mrs. Arley
I of &e Quick itxlf. which reds I bisnortl
choir; 6 p. m. service all choirsare derhill and daughter, Patricia..A-! Some people look at the Church and see only i 1..1. _
ad material PUa
[I I support to go
: asked to be present. All leaders sand. They see the shifting sands-of custom10 :\\
mong those present enjoying this chwdi Kgula/b lid read yow Bible and fashion-and .,:
COMPANY S ,ALACHUA FLORIDA and auxiliaries asked to passing personalities pile up .
I are occasion with the Williams were de4.
1 T r __ T and wash away around the Church. "Why is it Iii
make written reports to be pre- Vlr. and Mrs. Edward Mobley and still standing?" they ask-for they see only sand. !''I''
sented to the presiding elder at DIr Book Chapter VerB I
children: Misses Dianne and Bar- I
i *q'' The Church would have fallen long ago were
this service. Miss Aldonia Posey, bara Mobley, and Wayne Mobley] .sgMaay .ktaabe.: : 2S.MtUbev 314622W it built on anything so fickle as fashion so casual WI
captain of Group n, is sponsoringa of the community, and Mr. and j TDCada lloeday, 13 it '. 1-23 as custom so impermanent as mere people. Tee !I
singing program at RJE Sunday, Mrs. D. B. Raulerson and their I Tam MaWIS. Z4-42 Church is built on rock firm and enduring. It Ilil
8:30: p. m. featuring the Southern sons, Tommy Lerwell of Camp rn.s.un-.: taMartaa : ti.i3 1-20. v will stand secure for all ages shedding light and ;'
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I Echoes of Tampa. You can't afford sMadw Wart s i-U imparting strength to all who are guided by it. HI;!
Blanding.
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It stands on the "Rock of Ages" the divine personality :
not to hear this wonderful
Wayne Mobley and Henry j of Jesus Christ and His message of hope I
group that will thrill you from Thornton Jr. enjoyed an overnight for all mankind. :

If I QS start to finish: A small donationwill camping trip with Boy Scout I. ; F

: be asked at the door-E. J. Troop 70 Friday evening. The I sfE ; L5 r-lJ J; Copyri IN!H..IW.tu Ads'. Seroc.Str hs ,

Givens, reporter. boys camped in the scout area of 1 YqY

Ebenezer Baptist Church, Rev.E. Gold Head Branch enjoying cooking :

D. Robinson pastor, journeyed to St. Augustine last Sunday to trails and ravines and swimming.i
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worship with Moderator G. G. I These Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service
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McArthur. All members in attend- SEE I
CYPRESSGARDENS !
ance reported a wonderful service.
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i Next regular service on first Sun -

1 day with music by the Junior I[ ; I :

Angel Choir, Mrs. Ruby Fisher JOHNiDLSTRIBUTOR TORODE
Will your car start pianist; Mrs. Ranell English, sdwditfesd* ,f GASOLINE GREASE ill!
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chorister. Remember ft*Ml; pa IJtp US P : 1
all
sick
i our FUEL(OIL s FOB KEROSENE, ,
I tomorrow morning ? and shut-in members.-R. Eng- ;

j t lish, reporter. f 'a- LUBRICATIONOILS :MINERAL.
Church of God In Christ. Elder .

i Before you wy yes, think_",beD i it was that you bid.font Williams pastor, will hold servicesall SPIRITS

last battery check. day Sunday. The general pub-

'tAD a though to the of the! battery itself) lic is invited to attend. C. B. Sam y
gh age ..
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uels, reporter. :ra tL4Jt FIRESTONE TIRES ?. INSECTICIDES ,1 t
I,', hard tote certain isn't it? Bat it's not hard to atop, New Hope Baptist Church, Rev.L. == .: : .

by our Cities'Service station and find out for sure the W. Mosley pastor, will conduct t -

condition .f your battery. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Supt. FOR KEROSENE OR FUEL OIL, II

f And it's good to know that if ,. \ John Diggs Jr. In charge. All Madison and Cherry St. ', PHONE WO 9.2011" Starke, Fla.GUY .' III
parents and pupils are urged to xi
':yon should need a replace r
''dent,we have the best..the attend. Mrs. Glennis' Solomon, : 11111
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Cities Service dry-charged reporter. 1
News ReportsAll II
Tri-Fill Battery. The dry. II
:charged Tri-Fill needs water persons wishing to publish EASIEST, SAFEST ANDREWS GIB BROWN'S
news please see that it reaches li
only three times a year in 1
Donna use and lasts up to your editor no later than 4 p. m.' WAY TO INSURE Real Estate WESTERN AUTO Service Station
Monday so that it may be typed ; Ii
i\0% looser. __ and turned in to the general edi-

Have battery checked tor Our Comprehensive plan -01'" Associate Store '
your \ and publisher, Mr, E. T> Mat J ,
1 'tomorrow. And have a look thews, not later than 12 noon assures you a ,complete insurance .

'*t car dry-charged Td-Fill t Tuesday. The news was released program at LOWEST ". < TERWILLEGARMOTORS

.battery.>> too.;' early this week because yours COST. Just ONE,' Denmark; Furniture Co. .'

TT, truly had to serve in Williston on agent ONE premium date;

an evaluation committee for Williston and ONE monthly bill -
x r Vocational High School Of Starke Your Authorized Ford Dealer

t. SILCOX Feb. 19-21.Unless there is a holi- CALL US TODAY! GEMJEWELRY o' .

". ,;- .. .' day the above deadline for news .
will 'remain the same. Ozora I

Shell.: "CHAILEY E. I EDWARDS'Grocery -r Bradford CountyTelegraph I

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Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Boyd and -" Mr. and Mrs.- Steve Summons tained from Mr. .A. Robert Broad- mUtedm.u5t be clearisunaarlwd
foot. Jr. Architect, 5557 Arlington the cover with the Bidder's Name
r. '..-,".." two sons of St. Petersburg were 4t; and daughters of Miami spent Road, Jacksonville. Florida and all and the name of theebooL The
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ixi: .' last Wednesday to Friday with bids must be made ID accordance .Board reserves the 'right fo reject
"1 W. H. Nollman on Saturday.Mrs. irj. .' therewith. any or all bids, and to Waive tiny
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Dr. and Mrs H. H. Adams and '
1 ."c' _- Two sets of specifications and I informalities. -
C. H. Nasworthy is con- re. : '.c. ., "';'"",. Mr. and.Mrs. Charles Chambers. drawings may be obtained by any The Board Of Public Instruction
fined in Bradford County Hospital : --. General Contractor making a :5.00 Of Bradford County FloridaBy
.'i. y. Mrs., E. L. Badman and granddaughter -
i/i c. .." deposit per set at the office of the Harmon P. Morgan'
with virus. .. <. ?:;; < h .. ..IoL: ; Deborah, Cauffman, are Architect, which deposit will be refunded Superintendent Of Public tostIB
J.m, Flower plants, annuals. Petunias, f ', '" '.' .. :. ...;.-".... "..i'.. to General Contractors submitting Y.9 it J.n
: visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Tres-
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Calendula, Pansy Snapdragon, r -- : I bona fide bids when drawings -
r.' : cott in Daytona Beach this week. and specifications are returned County Jnde' C.art.b A4
..- Larkspur, and others at Sis- .. ..... !. in good condition. Additional For Bradford County. FlarUm. -
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-- ; : Mrs. R. O. Dansby and Miss complete seta of specifications Estate of E. F. Miles, de.
trunk's.Mr. '' ,.l ,- ,,. 'c'"O. may In re:
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: :. '. :;;' Struth in Gainesville be obtained by contractors and ma-
Mr. and Mrs. Lawson, Friends of Mrs. J. C. Hobbs will ,"C'f:2 Kate were ceased.NOTICE
Henry I and Mrs. W. A. McCall and ;. 1 1 terial dealers making a $5.00 deposit TO CREDITORS
Sonny and Sally Lawson, and regret to hear of the death of her family of Largo spent the week- ; r l r Saturday visiting Mrs. Don Koko- per set at .the office of the All creditors of the estate of E.
Glenda Chesser. in Auburn- father, J. T. Adkins of Americus, : i; ... <; [ moor and baby son in Alachua Architect which deposit will be refunded i P. Miles deceased, are hereby, notified -
were end with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse: New- ,. _' :-_. :"..;.;..,<.!._ : Hospital
.fJ'P- General J.
19. Hobbs _. 4- and Mrs. R. ,
dale over the weekend visitingMr. Ga., on Feb. The family .. < s." : -"" '-' returned in good condition. Additional or demands which they have a-
some. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wil- 'f ," 'L. ..,.'. ;.:f .._"-' : :-i.-
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funeral Americuson 't1 .' Dansby in the University Medical drawings may be procured gainst said estate In the office of
the .
attended
and -,4. < : ..
and Mrs David Lawson liams and family of Folkston, Ga. (. ,::;. : :"'Y .: '.':. -' ..;:.. ".,. upon payment of the cost of repro- the county judge of Bradford Count -
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relatives and also attending the Feb. 20.SPECIAL were also their guests on Sunday.Mr. : #. ... ; ,. Jt. : : -..:. ;/---: '_:.:' : ,; } Hospital. contract. Each proposal when sub- Florida in the courthouse at
;:,. ;; ,.. :' duction which will not be refund- Starke, Florida within eight! calendar : -
_ there. '. ..t& $ -c.,' ';. .- Corn, beans, potatoes for
Centennial SALE: Trade at home and Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis of .. < /,. .. :'0:;.;< -. .."I- .'C....,.. ,:- '}- ".'. peas a.Me. All drawings apd specifications months from the date of the
Mr.and Mrs. A. <. : : .
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*son Arthur" in last: were Tampa -
from Tuesday to with Mr. and Mrs. Randal
best on the market. Cost less at Sunday ;' ;,;. R"" ; Chitty and Architect prior to or at the time must state the place or resi-
weekend as guests of Mr. and Mrs.P. G. J. McGriff, authorized GE Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long. On Sat- F '' : f son spent the weekend with Mrs. of bid opening. dence and post office address of the
D. Loudon visited the /- i1 A Certified or Cashier's check or claimant and must be worn to by
They dealer. urday and Sunday they'will be M. H. Chitty in Lakeland, Ga. bid bond properly executed in a the claimant, his agent, or hit attorney -
State Fair.Shipment. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and joined by Mr. and Mrs. Fred O'- ,.,.' ,' Mr. and Mrs. Ira D. Wells and sum not less than 5 per cent of base or It will become void according

of fresh flower bulbs family were Saturday evening Donnell also of Wilmington. .-- -.- -" :' '.: L .__ ..__ _.... __ ,.- _- ..__._._. grandson, Matt Hewitt of Atlanta, Instruction bid payable must to the accompany Board of Public each ( ) Sue to B.law.S Miles.
just received. Caladium Pompom, dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Baby Chicks, at Sistrunk's Ga. spent the weekend with the proposal as a guarantee that the Sl'E B. MILES, Administratrix
Dahlias, Decorative Dahlias, i Lowell Mathews of Neptune Barney McRae family. bidder will promptly enter into a- of the Estate of E. F. Miles, deceased -
R. Wilson in Jacksonville. Fine Camellia ,Specimen greement to do the work and furn- .
Gladioli Tuberous Begonias, I Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen and ,I Beach was visiting his parents, Sandor Lehoczky, a student at ish a performance bond in the sum First publication on February J.

Glory Lily ,Glorisa RothschUdi-- ,Mrs. A. E. McKinney visited relatives Mr. and Mrs. Gail Mathews, on Mrs. Perry Xewsome of West Lafayette Street takes justifiable King College, Bristol, Tenn., was not less than 100 per cent of the t 1961. !., 4t-:

ana], at Sistrunk's. I in Plant City and Center Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Lowell pride in two huge blossom-laden camellia bushes, which she transplanted named on the dean's list there for -
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Durkee Hill on Sunday. Mathews is visiting relatives in the the first semester. He was also recently -
from Newsome farm at Heilbronn Springs when the family -
and daughter Shelia, of Charles- Mr and Mrs. Fred Monroe of Virginia City, Mont. elected president of the
ton,'S. C,. will arrive Saturday to Indianapolis Ind. were visitingMr. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dyal and moved to Starke 10 years ago. The thriving plants are literally' Athenaean Literary Society. He is .

Visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Fred Glenn at baby of Green Cove Springs spent covered with velvety, dark red blossoms that have unusually long the son of Elek Lehoczky of Route .

Earl Johns,Mr. Durkee will leave ,Kingsley Lake last week. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. stems and make a lovely bight'enjoyed by the Newsomes, their :neigh 2, Starke. : ARE TAXES

Sunday for six weeks tour of duty TREES: Pear, ,Plum, Peach, Lawson. bors, and passersby who stop to view the unusual plants. Baby Chicks, at Sistrunk's. : 3i;
in Cuba with the Navy while his ,Persimmon, Pecan* also Citrus. Aaron Hutcheson, son' of Mr. TAXING YOUR
wife and daughter remain wither and Mrs. C. C. Hutcheson, has :
'At Sistrunk's. Miss Louise Stern, Dr. Sarah Spanky McLendon, son of Mr. aa- rA
parents. I Miss Mary Agnes Matthews of been transferred from Santa Rosa Lou Wells Miss Virginia
Raysor and Mrs. R. P. McLendon of the SOTICE TO BIDDERSThe
W..H. Steinmeyer'and son, Billy FSU will be home for the week- County to Homestead in Dade and Miss Frances Poe attendedthe State Farm has been selected by BUDGET!
Board of Public Instructionof
6f County. He will continue to
Jacksonville were visiting Mr. end.FT1 serve Ballet Russe at the George the FSU Student Committee on Bradford County, Florida will
and Mrs. W. F. Herlong on Mon- Lyle Anderson of Charles- as assistant county agent with Washington auditorium in Jack- Public Relations as one of a few receive Sealed Bids in the BoardRoom Solve the problem by
of the said Board,
day.TREES ton, S. C. is spending this week the Agricultural Extension: Ser- sonville Saturday evening. outstanding students from each Courthouse Starke. Florida for County fur- ? > borrowing j the cash you
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: Pear, Plum, Peach, with his mother, Mrs. Alice Anderson vice. The Hutcheson family movedto Mrs. Eoline Smith was visitingher county to act as official ambassa- nishing of all labor and materialsto .r' a
Persimmon Pecan, also' Citrus. His family will join him Homestead this week. mother, Mrs. R. C. Weaver dors for the university in contact- Educational construct: Faciiitiea to two :a ?35.x': need from us. It's sim

At Sistrunk's. over the weekend. AZALEA SPECIAL: 6 for $1.50, Sr., in Jacksonville on Tuesday. ing legislators prior to the 1961 schools, Starke, Florida. pie to do; easy to repay.
at Sistrunk's. All bids for the project will be received 1
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey entertained session. Spanky was aced to I until 2 o'clock: p. m. March : Terms are arranged in
at three tables of dessert- serve as a captain of other students 2, 1961 and then publicly opened tis
and read in the line with budget.
Board Room Coun- your
bridge at their home in Lawtey chosen from his district to ty Courthouse, Starke, ,Florida.
last Friday evening. present information concerningthe Plans, specifications, and General
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Maves of Conditions, Instruction to Bidders
university's to
appropriation
and form
of proposal may be ob-
Jacksonville were Sunday visitorsof the legislators. .. 1
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Rotary MinstrelONE W. I. Sowers, who is employedin trunk's. SEE iI. LOANS TO $600

Hollywood, spent the weekend Recent callers at >the; home of
here with his family.Mr. Rev. S. J. Grady were Mr. and I. E. H. HOMESNow

and Mrs. W. W. sellers of Mrs. Franklin Lee, and Mrs.
Burlington S. C. were weekend Evelyn Rice of Lake Mary and Being Constructed On TOWNFINANCE r

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mrs. Robbins of Sanford.Mr. Our Parking Lot.

NIGHT ONLY .. SATURDAY FEB. 25 Crowson. and Mrs. Marks Ritch and From $y| rfVOO Month

/ Shipment of fresh flower bulbs son, Glen, recently spent several .. CO. d 1

just received. Caladium, Pompom, days deep sea fishing and visiting BRADFORDBLDG.
Dahlias; Decorative Dahlia, Mrs. Ritch's brother, Claude Pre-
\ BUS AUDITORIUM! 8:00: P.M. 4 Gladioli Tuberous Begonias, vatt, and family at Islamarado.Dr. SUPPLY 144 W. Call St.

Glory Lily [Glorisa Rothschildi- and Mrs. H. H. Adams were 301 E. Call St. WO: 4-5291
ana], at Sistrunk's. visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Ph. WO 4-9091
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David Huesman of Scobey: Turnipseed in East Pain, Ga.I I

Meet Mont was overnight guest Monday over the weekend. -L .. ii-i: -__:'_ ', _J __- _:-_ _._ ...__ : ._-. --. _- :-= -' ':' __ TiNOEGEL'S 'o
of Judge and Mrs. E. K.. Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Bridges

r Ferryman. made a business trip to Tampa

r'. .. Mrs. Drew Reddish and chil- Monday and Tuesday.
Joe Daurer dren and Mrs. George Snell visit Robin Mullins is confined with
ed Mrs. W. H. Edwards in Jack- chicken pox.

Q sonville on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle were

and his Mrs. J. S. Sapp is visiting Mi'. in Green Cove<;>> Springs Sunday
I and Mrs. Richard Ray in Savan: afternoon visiting Mr. and Mrs

: ; :woodenheadedsidekick J#' nah Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey C. A. Geiger.
'I' ti Warren in Glenville Ga this Armour Fertilizer for gardens and
l I; : ;g-'r. week.' i t't! I field planting at Sistrunk's. Y

: Mrs. Louise Jeffords and Mr Mrs. J. R. Kite was visitingMrs.

JOEY 0'T 0 OL E Belle Jeffords and children of E. B. Hart in Oklawaha on

High Springs were Sunday guests. Sunday.
of Mr. and .Mrs. George Huggins.

Miss Frances Landrum of Flori-

da-Southern University will be
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home for the weekend. RAILROADS AUTO SALES. .
.: AZALEA SPECIAL: 6 for $1.50, .
Don't Miss / : : Sistrunk's.. NEED MENDue

Mr. and Mrs. Proctor Snow of '. ." \
\ Dublin, Ga. are visiting Mr. and to retirementsStation : .. ,

\ the rousing. return ,. Mrs. L. D. Vining from Wednesdayto Agents, Telegraphers,
.* OFFERS YOU :
Monday while enroute home Teletype Operators, Clerks, .

.-. of Call. .Street's .\... from five weeks in Miami. urgently'needed.REQUIREMENTS. .; .
Mack L. Williams and I soil,
t" favorite Comedian John, were in Waycross, Ga last :
: ae (White) ages 17-35, no '


'. f .", ,.. .. Saturday.Miss home Linda for Smith the weekend.of Oilandowas ,'?' : School physical education.WE defects., High A BRAND NEW 1961 FORDFALC0IV ..

Nat Stem ; Mrs. Lynda Chapman Furillo i TRAIN YOU. f

rg. : 'or. i ;;; has been added to the clerical STARTING salaries $400

A \' ...j!1: lHelp \..". staff at Wall Insurance Agency. month up. plus many out-
AZALEA SPECIAL: 6 for $1.50, standing benefits. JOBS

at Sistrunk's.Mrs. WAITING on completionof
G. C. Lovell underwent training which will not

surgery in the University Medical interfere with your present

'; I. Hospital on Tuesday. income.WRITE .
Sing. ,: Margie Dowling, Betsy Mat
P. 0. Box 6274
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i ;. and Harriet Loudon gave a
Jacksonville 5 Fla. giving
.; weiner roast and bop party for a I ,
J f.- few friends at the Loudon home name, address, age, and

that marvelous ::; last Friday evening. phone number.

.. John Tprode is attending a f- -J FOR

musical masterpiece'The Racing Commission meeting in ( ., '1
b yr ,. Miami from Thursday to Sunday. I ._ ..'...!;::.f.Ji
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ot, Mrs. Herbert Thomas and :. ,I
daughter Kathleen, and Mrs. I
Old Sow Irene Roberts were in St. Augustine [DJB
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Song"Laugh : on Tuesday. $ : ,
STARKE FLA.7SUJWHQN.TUES. .'" \ .'
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stefanelliand .
-, ft family of Gainesville Mr. and '

'.- Mrs. Ogden Bates of the State oj .
Farm, and Miss Nancy Bates: of PER '26-27-28 .. .

Jacksonville were Sunday,:guests ," i, WALT' DISNEY f
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefa 1eI11. KidnappedStarring .
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy \ ,
with those ...1 and family were in Palatka; Sung -....... .
Peter Finch and James
Starring: .
day visiting Mrs. G. E. McGauley, lIac rthur. :
Mrs. O. W. of .
Barry Brooker .
1001 Arabian NightsStarring .;
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Incomparable END MEN i spending several days with her .. \
daughter Mrs. J. E. Hardy, and I : Jim Backus, Kathryn ., ." ;. .a.; -
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.. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen will Hans onrted. ; :
9 Buddy Bishop i be in Cocoa over the weekend PIllS Color Cartoon .

,_ Jack "Monroe" Trawick' j visiting Mr. and Mrs A. P. Asli.. $49.00 PER MONTH :
WED-THURS: MARCH 1-2
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and Mrs. Mike Gilhooly and oJ. TheMissouri ,
k .* Al Crosby: "t son Clay visited Mr. and Mrs. Traveler"Starring .

Junius "Pa ppy* Smith ., Dave Wednesday.Green in Jacksonville on : Brandon DeWilde, Lee .;: WIDE SELECTION OF COLOR .

AZALEA SPECIAL: 6 for$1.50 Marvin. and Gary.Merrill. L ,. .,.

at Sistrunk's. As,The Sea Rages -. '
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<< Church and friends went t? Jack Robertson. ;
sonville on Sunday in two char- Plus Color 'Cartoon '
tered busses to hear Bryan Greenin
., t I ADULTS $1.00 -- STUDENTS 35c ./1 the Coliseum. FRL-SAT: lARCH 3-4 ,

Emmett Gahagen and sou, JIm- "PSYCHO"Starring PLENTY OF GOOD USED CARS .

my, of Bluff ton S. C. are spending : Anthony Perkins' Vera
the :weekend with Mrs. Mattie Gavm and Janet
Mites, John ,
f BDOOR PRIZES 1 1t Gahagen. Leigh. ....

t =, Clyde and Terwillegar Sunday in St.spent Augustine Saturday Starring. FAST: Gina and Lollobriglda SEXY Dale A Little out of the wayBut A Lot Less to Pay

f where he played in.the Invitational'Go1f.T Kobertsoa. and Vlttorio De Sica.

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t' T I .;, Holiday On Ice. .1:I the Tickets Saturday are new matinee.on sale at the :i Rites TuesdayFor I MITCHgLL'S ::1"

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I i I I I I Jacksonville Co'ie! m for all ten Mrs. "....i'mlJr Foot i elf(;, p'.irta1.lri"
Opens Tuesday Peytonin .
., ( '! Hills y :performances.Slimnastics. : Jarm.in Slices for Men
\ i Jarman Jr. for Boy?
i ii, The 16th edition of Holiday on CourseTo Jacksonville i I' Hhytlun Step. Vitality for Ladies

I :i I Observe tc. \vu 0-ea Tucjday, Fe'b. 28, I Ortho edit Shoes for Infants '
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t or an eight-day engagement at Meet ThursdayThe """ r>nr..4 i p->von *'"1 Suwiav On TIP! Sq'tire Galn \'iIle. 1a.
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. f t (:ladyn I dx the new Jacksonville co-stun: at her home east of Starke after -
Mooty I .
''I : Special The spectacular all-new pro- City Recreation! Dcpart- an extended ilmesi. :.i! .-=' -'; :f.-oy----: _. _0,'_ ::-
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q I r duction will feature a cast of. 83 'n nt!; will sponsor!: an evening Mrs. Peyton was formerly in

Alpha Nu Chapter Starling-Edwards i international: skit tin; stars: and 22 viimnasties: Cats; s'artin Thursday I 'he florist business in Starke.: and

Delta Kappa Gamma Marriage Set I. ..Date acts that blend a vaiiety of fantasy March 2, at 7:30: p m in the \.ca; prominent in club and civlcacth.itics. F1orid'Theatre
I ballet, comedy dancing pre having served as presi-
Holds} Feb. Meeting ;: For March 3 ," %; ,, cision skating and solo routines USQ. '(n. of the Starke Woman's Club.
In The ch sfill b:? held weeklyon :
into fine mixture of 'en-
r a family I Slip i i3 nr-vivrd: by her husband,
Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Tanner of i tertainment. Thursday night': for nine week I JH- B. Peyton of Starke. '

I Kappa Gamma Society held its Lawtcy announce the engagementand Nassau :,! 4t 'Werner Muller) the speed and and rill; b' approximately one; I I Funeral services were held at 2

February meeting last Thursday approaching marriage of her ,I stilt-skating champion from Germany hoyr in length. Instructor for th? p. m. Tuesday in the Naugle

liight in the recreation room of daughter June Stalling, \\p Tom- i!i.i i. is only one of- .the'many in- class wil? bs Mrs. Carol 'n Dyal Chapel, South Jacksonville, with ,

I I the Macclenny Methodist Church. 'my Edwards, son of Mrs. Carrie ;i { it 1hidual'stars of the show. The 'of the BUS Physical Education I' tev. Leo Hcbert: oI the First; Bap-

Miss .Kathryn Epperson of Lake' Edwards of Starke. great continental clowns, Buddy Department. will be assistedby I' list Church, Starke, officiating. ; SAT. FEB. 25
i, '. Aael Mitchell, who taughtthe 1
Butler, first vice president conducted The weddingill be an eventof I and Baddy, will return from Eui Mrs : Burial was in Restlawn Cemetery. i Double Feature Program
the business session. Mrs. Friday, March 3. r )(r. and :Mrs, TV-:Lake. Street' are pictured enjoying lope for the first time since 1956. : morning class las! year. f
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'Edna Hart, assisted by Mrs. I I a stroll. t in the gardens.of -the'RoyaJ} ,Victoria Hotel during a recent Colorful highlights of the 1961 j,'Everyone interested is urged to I HIWAY CHAPEL I 1st. Feature

't Muriel Norman of Starke, presented Starke ChurchwomenHold vacation in Xat)8u."i_ a a. special t occasion, since the Hills observed production will include the new ; attend the first meeting. I, ASSEMBLY OF GOD I WARNER BROS. 1ttI1IIIT -

a program on obscene'' I their 63rd wedding.anniversary while in the famed resort. -I'I'I numbers: Golden Aurora, Teepees i I Persons interested in taking partin D. P. Burgess, Pastor i !c.V.WHITNEY PICTURE
Meeting .and Totem Poles Mother Goose : a morning class are asked to
literature and the need for re- l I Sunaay School 9:45: a. m.
moving it from the newsstands. i i I i Garden Club; To!' :' 0 Ladies Council Of J Land\ and Revue des Ballets. I come to the first evening class'' Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Evenzriistic ': rlOHSTYDNEt
I < A Valentine motif was carried The Staike Council of Church- I ..,.- ._ I II After-its tour of 34 U. S. cities, :;March 2. or to contact the Recre- Sen-he, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday I

out in refreshments, and also in women met in the First Christian i.Hear Talk B tY ;A," : : ,:'I", .t First Christian the company will end its season ation Department at WO4-7441 weekly prayer service. 7:45:
n decorations and flower Church Friday Feb. 17 a; 10 a. '' f with a four-week run in Mexico any afternoon between 2 and 5.30
\ arrange- Farm Forester : r Hold Meetings I
ments. Each member was 'presented -;| m. for their annual meeting with I :. : : I f City.There next week. I HIGHLANDKAITIST y .1

>! a potted azalea as H Valentine '1:Mrs Titus Olson presiding. An i Don Champion, Farm'.forester.: :i Circle One of the Ladies Council will be matinees on Sat- Tentative day set for the morn- I CHURCH .,, ..
memento by the Macclenny interesting program was presented : will talk on "col15eriiition ot'OurWoodlands" of the First Christian Church I i urday, March 4, and Sunday, : ing class is Tuesday. If enough Sunday School "'43 a. m I II

hostesses. '[ with the women of each church Starke'Garden at the .March .5, at 1:30: p. m. Children !; interest is shown, a definite start- I Morning Worship ll a. m. and ., H! .
at the met parsonage with Mrs. I ; ... : ?...'. &-
: Bradford. I.{ taking part. : 'will be admitted at half price at |, ing date will be announced later. 7:30 n m. Prayer Meeting each .,. : .
;Members from Clay, I Club meeting Monday evening'at Bob. Badgett as hostess. In the I ",' .t "
1 i Rev. Bob of the Wednesday. 7:30 m. Rev \t: '' .)
Badgett pastor p.
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Baker Counties attended at.the absence I
Upton, and 7:30: o'clock 'Episcopal of the leader, Mrs. Ella
i First Christian Church, spoke about : George Chism pastor. Everybody
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a the meeting.Woman's Parish House. i.Mae Chastain, Mrs. Badgett presided I I SEARCHERS'
the Transient Fund, explaining Hostesses for the evening will over the business meeting. 1961 I 'veu-omet'E

Ex. Board I how the Starke Ministerial [ be Mrs. P. T. Noun ,Mrs. Wayne 't The devotional was led by Mrs. C. Ii i :b tF/ u.Tl\r. HOLINESS ': VISTA VISION IJIO ttCICIIIaIJII+ _
Alliance functions. He reportedthat i I I 1 I _...,...
I 1 Haines and Mrs. Ed Prevatt. I P. Cowen. This circle is sponsor- i i CIiURCHSundt. I II
To Meet ThursdayThe Rev. Lacy Conway selves as I I i i JEFFREY HUNTERYERAMllftWARD .
i i ii i i ring a four-year-old boy from theSouthc1'11 i .y St-nuut. it a. m.; MornIng
i' treasurer. Mrs. Olson urged that Cub Scout Pack 70 | Christian Church.A s; W .tship. M a. m.; Evans BOND' NATALIE WOOD
executive board cf'the the women's organizations in Ii I I emu n..ti ntramt I UMCI_
covered dish luncheon was listic a"r\'lce.Q. 'V.V n. m.
Starke Woman's Club will meet each church contribute to this i iI i Holds Annual Fete NNS.MU6ENT WEAN CCOOH* L
i I "Come, let together.
served at noon to the six members i"K us reason i .w.n.wwmTLCKoeo
Thursday afternoon, March 2, at I!fund. i ii 1 I I present. I : : iimniitJOHHrORB,
,3:30: at the club house. 1 i The following officers were elected :I, Cub Scout Pack, '70 held i its annual I The next meeting.will be held E I l '.' ,e '-K' BAPTIST M-_ ev -R Ur' L

| for the 1961-62 year: Mrs.I 1 I Blue and Gold banquet Tuesday at 11 a. m. March-16.at thli'home I Sunaay School 9:45: a.m. Mornne 2nd. Feature
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Here) Masters Circle Louise Newman, president; Mrs. :: night In the Starke Elemen- of Mrs. Cowen: CONTFST .sh'.p il a.m Evening

4 Marjorie Dowling. vice president; I tary cafetorium. I Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meetinf
.Holds Meeting Tues. Mrs. W.. G. Haile. secretary; and I II I The boys received their awards i I! Circle Two 'met at the home of I I each Wednesday: 1:30 p.m. Everyone
I Mrs Herbert Thomas treasurer. ': after the banquet and the. Genius : Registration Openst t ,' ;. ; Wt.'lt.\J .-Kev H. H. Mott
Mrs. Ben Mizell at 8 The
Helen )[asters Circle of the I p. m.
}i Kits :were shown and three prizes Feb. 15, 1961 pastor
First Baptist Church VVMU met devotional' was given by Mis. Dan :

Tuesda/, attht' : church with 'ten ; Beta Sigma Phi To awarded. Harley... and refreshments were Thru May 31, 1961 i! IH.TIIFL: MISSIONARY I 1 I .
Bill Shiner, Scout Commissioner -
members 'Mrs. H. L. Served by the hostess at the close I! BAPTIST CHURCH I II

f Browne :dptnedthe.presekt.! ;' :: meeting with Have Valentine Party A., Torode presented, the Charter.rePresentative to John Df the meeting. The next meeting PR 11 E 1 I Sunday School, 10 a. m. Momms ___ /ut0AI. j$

prayer\\ or the'' missionaries and Beta Sigma Phi sorority will i for Pack 70. will be held March 16 with Mrs. I Worship, 11 a. m. Training Cartoon: Galaiie

their work,: After the business I I hold a Valentine party at its regular Cubmaster Jim Chasteen 'regretfully Grace Fulwood.. LARGEST BLACK BASS 'Pro. Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Ser

meeting,,. program on alcohol education -I meeting for husbands and I resigned after two years'service. vice, 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting each SUN. !MON.\ & TUES.
'as'.given by Mrs. H. M. dates on Tuesday evening, Feb. .. Circle Three met at the home FIRST PRIZE Wednesday, 8 p. m. Everyone wel- ,

Hatcher Jr., -)Irs. J, H. DuPre 28, at 8 o'clock in the Episcopal j i The Pack wishes to thank Mrs..pf Mrs. E. A- Winkler with 12 Spinning Rod & Reel-Value $36.50 I I e.-Rev. R. L Lee pastor. j FEB. 2628Cartoon
and Mrs. M. B. Jordan. Parish House. i members present. At the openingof
I Sarah Hunter for her, hhelpful(eo- PRIZE I I In The Circuit Court s The ,meeting was closed with Hostesses will be the membersof : the ban the meeting, Mrs Alva Smith; SECOND KlKlilh Juilirlnl Circuit, In And ]
prayer by Mrs. J. E. Hardy. the losing team in the attend- operation ,in putting on a member of the Circle from, Spinning Rod-Value $1-1.95; I Fur llrntllortl ('o1lnl.'. ;
In riiincrr J J.Jall"'s vr
contest. I quet.The Gainesville, made a long distance) >
ance .
125 the aftfair'irieluded : I Russell Unulersun. Plaintiff -
attending
!: : nail to ask that 121 Psalms be LARGEST SPECKLED PERCH vs. noHaull'flwn\ Dt'ft'ndiIIt j .
UDC, Chapter i the Scouts and.. their as the devotional. It was \ I
Girl Scouts To lies. .; : Pinna';: I
To. Hold Luncheon r. read by Mrs:Louise Newman.Mrs.lfaude FIRST PRIZE I XOTH'K) --' | ,
*' Picnic SaturdayThe I I i New River YWA- Andrews, leader;;,presided Spincast Rod & Ree1!-:-Value $19.95; i To: H'-sie liaulersutf. reaidenreand : l
T. Weeks C. address unknown. '
W. chapter. U. D. over the business session. i You Are Hereby Notified that a1 I
wllMiold: a' buffet luncheon Wednesday Girl Scouts. Intermediate I Elects. Officers. .... Mrs. Winkler assisted by Mrs. SECOND PRIZE I ("omplaint for Divorce has been ; Tomcat Combat
March 1, at 12:30: o'clock Troop and the Brownies will havea '' Susie Beaver and Mrs. Leona Spinning Rod-Value $8.95 filed agrulntit >6u, and you are re-1 I I
i quired to serve a copy of our answer
&t*.the Episcopal; Parish House. picnic lunch Saturday at Gold YWA officers were elected for English served refreshments. or plcaJmjr to the Complaint'. '! WED., THURS. & FRl.
The affair will be in honor of Head:! Branch. They will meet at the New River Baptist Association i II The next meeting. will be held Come in and Register-See the Prizes and get the rules "ii the plaintiff'B attorney, _\. J" ,,,

Mrs. L. A. Davis. Mrs.! Joseph Wil- the homes of their leaders Mrs.J. i Thursday evening last week, when+:I March 16 with Mrs. Rose Bell -you must be registered before entry is caught.FISHERMAN'S I Tli Ave.nia Starkr. .1 r., Florida 203-205:land N. file Tt-mpte the i: MAR. 1-3

sQI..and, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell who I I D. Warren and Mrs. Pat Cauff-i YWAs from the Hampton Baptist Tomlinson. original Answer (>r I'leadinp in tlie
are real daughters of the Confederacy man at 1 o'clock where transportation Church were hostesses for' YWAs HEADQUARTERS FOR BRADI I I office ..r the Clerk of the. Circuit elf i!i
I Court on "r before the J7-flay J
; will be provided. I from qtner Churches for,a business Recent Births FORD, AND SURROUNDING COUNTIES I 1 1i Man .\. I>. 1961. If you fall to 'dba 1 .
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I tv\ Dfrree! Pro P.onre'lo'II! \ be i
1 I meeting and mission study course. I taken ajrainst you for the relief j
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II Mrs. J. H, Mabry of- Madison Rev. and Mrs. Donald F. Koko- This Week's pecial! i demanded in the C'onrplaint.) -.> f 1
Dnn' and Ordered at: taMie, ,
I I St. Baptist Church' taught ,the moor of Apopka former Starke i .a9
Februaf
( Florida thU 17th day of ) t ,
I; mission study book, "His To Com residents, announce the birth of a 4 x 8 x 3-8" SHEET ROCK :I A. 1) 1961. I ...
mand" on the history of Southern son Anders Kristan (SEAL) E cw. t
on Feb. 17 'WlG1p0EWiK'Cartoon
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I c'.harlea A. Party.rierk. .
1 i Baptist Home Missions. ,in Alachua General Hospital $1.55 PER SHEET Circuit Court
Assoclatlonal officers elected Bradford' County, Florida.

I lr / MILK 'I were Miss Brentk Lott .Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade Jr. STARKE SUPPLIESPhone Depu It> Marian,,' Clerk.L. Crosby I I i,.
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,II'president: ; Miss Vicky Mosher, of Jacksonville announce the birthof .\. J. hoots;, Jr.
Hampton, vice-president; Miss a son Jeffrey Griggs on Feb. 42UILDERS' I 203-203 By George; N. Temple H Pierce Avenue : \Vlid "Wild World

fi i I I Charlene Dennis, First Baptist, 15. Paternal l grandparents are Mr.: WO Starke Fla. Starke. Florida ._ .. ..-. ..-'- '!r' .
Sta ke. secretary-treasurer.: and Mrs. T. H. Slade of Starke. Attorney for Plaintiff 2-23 It :3-16 ;..'.__""- __ _' __ __ _._. ,__ __ _
Committee chairmen named II I- ,
gaL 92c were Miss Bonnie Narworth Madi
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son Street, community 'missions; .

lu'L I Alethea Williams Hampton. uiz'dth
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I I stewardship: Sylvia Norton,I II eI''

Ice Cream I Kings ey Lake, prayer; and Bonnie I

r I Nazworth, Madison.. Street I II

... ... Eggs Bread I Church, mission study.. I II

with Reversible Solid foam Cushions
.. I Madison St. WMU

..Wtthtftwtl" Cottage Cheese To Meet F -" Regular $214,60
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ning. Feb. 28, at 7:30 o'clock';' ''ati
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I Junior Wom n's ONLY Ss DOWN'

Ex. Board To Meet '

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The Junior Woman's Club 'executive '

i board will meet Thursday, .i.

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TERWILLEGAR MOTORS t --ro.. .

8th Grade;Effort. :: .- '.
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EXPERTFRONT sponsoring a shipwreck.' dattee on ,\t.; ,., ,, .. .
March 24. In the USO Building

across from the school on North

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END ALiG NMENT Junior and senior high students ,
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ON a cake walk and dancing contests. GROUP AS SHOWN INCLUDES Sofa with Matching Chair \. ; .


Recent Births Table Table PHONE .;, '
Tables Cocktail Two Lamps
o Two Step ,
NEW JOHN BEAN VISUALINER Bradford County Hospital 'announces I ,' : W04432l. '; /

the following births: I Two Sofa Pillows ,. ., .' ,', ;,
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Mr..and Mrs. Raymond H. Star! achievement in <:;
know why it ii indesd our proudest
fcmHwre..you'll
this writing new t
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DRIVE ling, Lawtey a daughter, Sheila Once you tw of rich fabrici..lh superb Use Our ,
new
TODAY! Diane Feb. 15. valut' S*. the strikfcia baauty..lnvrioulltylin.feeltJ\! '

Mr. and Mrs. Paul' Canova- m. comfort deep-foam f ashiont...besof o1l..find it so oasy to own.Using our convenient lermil"It's Easy Payment Plan'f; jloi i
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Starke.. a son William Harold, '

Feb...15.Mr.and: Mra. 'Jolm'U. Barfield. A Fact You I

Den ark Fur
Lake Butler a son, Jfianjy Wayne, iture Companyl.:

It Takes Only A Few Minutes To Check Feb Rev.15. and airs.- Russet. .AT :jr.T f tWce, : '- i.! Con Do Better At"


t Your Automobile On The Raiford, a goni;.WiUiam- e.rFeS.., :


NEW VISUALINER 15.Mr. .and Mrs. James; B. Thompson. -' Free Delivery: *.;: t. OF (. STARKE ':. : .r

Starke ,a daughter,' Sandra. p" .. .. .
.. .. Elaine, Feb. 15., .. _, 'h. '7"

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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS I Keystone Council aM .. I Mayor Says City t 9._.. .."yy""y..n several selections for the student i; TRINITY EPISCOPAL

I Enters Into ContractFor I Poses No Threat MELROSE i body Friday morning. ,I CHlrtCO, MELROSK

,.. By Mary K. Schaeffer I Re-codification 'f To BradforditesKeystone I I A new faculty member recently Sundays 10 a, m.. Church

..... By llrsAlice Rotnhammtr began teaching in Melrose. She isi i i School ilrla ajn., Morning Pray-
I II The Keystone Heights Town I Heights Mayor M. L. : Mrs. Frances Eugene Dunnam of I lei and Sermon (First Sunday

CALENDAR j I Baptist Concord Choir Practice, Council at its meeting Feb. 14 e Beasley said yesterday he had ...A& ..< .6AAA.......... Gainesville. She is I Holy Communion). 6 p.m.. )Eplsco-:
R a graduate: of
FOR THIS WEEK ;6pm. accepted a proposal of Municipal t [noted with interest the application: 1 pa) Young Churchmen.

Thursday. Feb. 23: E. 'Y. C., 6:30: p. m.. St. Anne's. Code Corpoiation of Tallahasseeto of a number of residents at the Davie Moore, son of 'Mr. and i Louisana State University, and is1 "oly Days lo a. m., Holy

Duplicate. Bridge Club, Section Lenten Devotions, St. Anne's. rewrite and modernize the I I I west\ end of Lake Geneva for legislation Mrs. Ralph Moore is visiting hisji I II teaching Social Studies. She replaced -,I Communion.

II, 10 a. m., Woman's Club. j Monday, Feb. 27: town charter and codify and modernize ter. "r authorizing them to 'tn- .grandparents Mr. and Mrs H. T. '! ] Mr. James Beck, who I
II i Adams Jil Crawf rdville. : The Rev. Millard H. Breyf ogle,
Garden Club of the Lakes 2 p.j Cub Scouts, Den 1, St. Anne's, the town's ordinances. coiporate. TI [ j i I transfered to Palatka.

''I' p. m. j I after school. Overall cost of the project will be I I I The request was made by H.I j ,$r'. and Mrs.; H., E. Pearson of II j jjScuthbury The boys basketball team came Vicar

McKay's Women Bowlers, Azalea -!, Dinner meeting, Community I Il $2,300 with $500 payable on ac- L. Morgan Jr. at a I Conn. dropped by to 1 1I out 8th in the Riverland Conference -
CHURCH
Lanes, Palatka. p. m. I l Church Men, educational building: ceptance of contract and $500 annually healing Staike on Feb.!: 9. )101'I see Mr- and Mrs. Grant Roth- < by defeating Fort McCoy.:. FIRST METHODIST MELROSE

I Community Church Chat! Prac- i iin p. m.Community. 'without interest.A ,I g an, said the move was to forestall,I hammer on their way to Home- ]Larry Strawn was high scorer with i<;
I five-member citizen committee Carroll Baker 'any future the of''stead. ]14 points while Joe 'i Sunday, 9:45: a. m.. Church
move
tice. 7:30 p. m. Church Women'sExecutive on part Angle and
I I. School for all 11 a, m.,
,f, Junior Woman's Club Board Board Meeting, 9:30: a. I on zoning was named and invited Will 1 |eystone Heights to annex the' Mrs Gerry, Jackson celebrated Exhibit I Morning Worship. : p. m.,
I Meeting. m. f to meet with the Council's Steer area. I i'her birthday Feb. 14, Valentine's 1 lost to Cedar Key Thursday night. '!
1 .. I I Youth Fellowship.
.- Boosters' Club meeting, SchoolAuditorium I Girl Scout: Troop 147. Melrose I[ zoning committee at 7 p. m. Tues- At Madison Show Mayor Beasley quipped that the J Day. On that day also, Carol I'The girls team took 4th place in i}I
I daS Appointed on the citizens ]Rothhammer celebrated her 16th t the Conference. Wednesday, 7:30: p, m., Bibl<
: 8 p. m. Parish; House, after school. j I : proposal} reminded him somewhatof They lost toi!!
t Friday. Feb. 24: Instructions for Teen-agers. St.William's. : committee were: Mrs. Helen Wai- Carroll Baker, daughter of Mr. "the recent Castro invasion birthday.' I i lenius, R. L. Walker, W. L. Reynolds I f Mrs. Cecil Harris of Welaka and .score of 43-35. Rev. Ted Springer. Pastor.
Rotary Club Luncheon, 12:15: 6:45: p. m. I and Mrs. Wm. E. Baker of Geneva scare. Virginia Ford was:
r j o" Noon. Stations of the Cross, St. Wil Sr., E. R. Fox and John Farms, is pictured with the 800- "The city at present has no intention M rs. J. V. Ford of Palatka visited I 1 1I high scorer for the losers with 18

{ Bird Sr. round Black Agnus steer of extending Its limits in 'their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert : ,, \points. Margaret Blade INSURANCEAutoFireCasualty
: Girl Scout Troop 190, St! Ant liam's 7:30: p. m. she has i I I trailed
ne's Parish House, after school. I Lions Club, 7:15: p. m., Lions' The matter of legislation au- :raised as a 4-H Club project.Sponspred any direction," he said, "and certainly -.:( Cason recently. j close behind with 13. : +

1 t Dessert Card Party, Woman's thorizing tax relief for Keystone by the Community State not into an area that would !' Mr. and Mrs. John Bellerjeau of .\ The last two games of the sea : Bonds and Allied Lines

: Club; 1 p. m. Den.CAP Cadets, 7:30: p. m., Skytel. Egg Cooperative 'was referred tc Bank of Keystone Heights, the!i,I cross county lines:" The Mayor.Indian River City spent the weekend son are scheduled for this week- '. Insurance

Baptist. Church. Carol and CAP Seniors, 7:30 p. m. Skytel. the Clay County legislative delegation teer will be entered in the North Declared he was well aware that'! with Mrs. Bellerjeau's parents end. Friday night a horn game Reynolds

Cherub Choir Practice, 3:45: p. m. Tuesday Feb. 28: to prepare an enabling'act. lorida Fat Stock Show i in I to annex property located in Bradford -)I ( Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ford.I with Anthony is scheduled: and !! AgencyW.

"I Duplicate Bridge Club Section Mass at St. William's 7:45: a. m.Woman's A list of businesses delinquentin Jadison, Feb. 27. The th rough- County would require approval -'I I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Watkins, .Sat. night the girls will play an- : L. ReynoldsPh.
payment of their occupationa -red: Black of the Bradford legislative ]Di r. and Mrs. H. C. Johnson of I (other home I
: I, at 8 p. mWoman's Club. Club Luncheon meet- Angus was sired by I game with Orange' 2442 2701
Camp-out for Girl Scow Troop jug 1 p. m.Brownie : licenses was referred to the fi 3eneva Farms' Postelmerj Jr. 2 delegation, and that any such i i Atlanta, Ga., and Mr. and Dors.t ]Park. I III Keystone Heights, Fla.

L : 190 this evening. I Troop 229 S,. Wil- nance committee for action. lull and lead herd sire. move on the part of Keystone t(Carl Hagglund were recent dinner
!
C. J. O'Conner applied for permission well guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. -
vr&3 within the realm of fan- >
d w DuPont men's bowling league liam's Hall, after School. I

S' Bowlero, Gainesville, 7:30: ;tj. m. t Cub Scouts, Den 3, Parisn House to erect a canopy over Rose To Lecture tasy. !Preston. 0'1 I
I the five-foot sidewalk to be constructed Mrs. Marvin Odom is In
r K.
e Saturday Feb. 25: at St. Anne's, after school. .
I on the south side of th' On Tropical Fish Alachua General Hospital. \J OWL'D
: .
Team
I Walkers' Boys Bowling First Aid Class Fire House, 7:30: 'Sen. Hodges Accepts
I building formerly occupied by Mrs. E. C. Riddling of Orange
Paiatka.Azalea Lanes 10 3n Channel j
,
a. m. p. m.Redfearn's
Western Store. The Invitation To Speak Park visited her Mr. and
Catechism, Grades 1-6, St. Wil and Belote's bowl i iMen's in Autp' reques parents g\ '
granted.', t* Vlif I Mrs. J. L. Harpe.
liam's, 10-11 i a. m.GIlLS" League, Azalea Lanes, p. m. was Billy Rose, tropical fish breeder": At Co-op Meeting -
Al Watson was given permission Guests of Mr. and: Mrs. Richard
Bowling! Team, Azalea Masonic Lojge Meeting, 8 p. m. of Keystone Heights will appear I
;
to erect a pole sign 1n front i Logsdon and family Mr.
Lanes, 1 p. m. Meeting with State Librarian ?n Channel 5 TV at 9 p. m. Tues Sen. Randolfh Hodges of CedarKey were 1

I I '. Rotary Minstrel in Staike. featuring scheduled for this eve., postponed ci his st'Ig-' l IQn,,Lawrence. Boulcvard. day. Feb. 28, for: a 15 minute lec- speaker of the 1931 Houseof Logsdon's mother, Mrs. Guess, 8

well-known Keystone per- o till tomorrow evening March 1. I IJ. ure and exhibition of five-aquari-, I Representatives, will be guest and his grandfather Mr. Law.

: formers, 8 p. m- Wednesday. March 1: ms. The program will be of I speaker at the annual meeting of A party was held for Linda

Sunday, Feb. 2C: Cub Scouts. Den 2, St. Anne's special interest to persons in-! Clay Electric Cooperative in Keystone Joyce Rothhammer on her 6th MONTANAOne
St. William's Choir practice birthday Feb. 13, at the home of
: [Second Sunday in Lent] Parish House, after school. erted in the proper care o* tropiil -' Heights, March 23. !
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Attend your church services. See Episcopal Church Junior Choir 17:30: p. mEpiscopal- and gold fish. The announcem.nt was eRothhammer.her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Glynn : of the first things you will notice when you visit

y information elsewhere in column. Practice, 3:45: p. m. Church Senior' Choi j yesterday by Mayor M. L. BeasIty I Helena, the State Capitol is the information booth located
i
? L, -"- _, __ ___d ___ _' _______ __m __._ __ _m_ ___._._ Practice, 7:30: p. m. '29 attended the Girl ScoutThinking ] who, with Sen. Edwin Fraser,,: Mis. Archie Tyre is in Bradford I in the rotunda. It is staffed with two guides in
Meeting with State Librarian flew to Cedar Key last .Saturday, County Hospital. I summer, and there are guided tours at frequent in-
:Woman's Club, 8 p. m. Day Rally in Palatka Winners of the ,
to extend the invitation Duplicate Bridge
AMBULANCE SERVICE to Hod tervals. One of the highlights of the tour is Charles
I
1St Saturday. The girls enjoyed I
Baptist Church Adult Choi': in Club were: First place, Mrs. Bo
ges person.
; PHONE WO 4.2600 I I Practice, 8:15: p. m. inging, folk-dancing, a nature Earlier; Saturday Sen. Fraserand Henderson and Mrs. Ray Starnes; : M. Russell's masterpiece, a huge mural in the chambersof

Thursday March 2: our and a movie of a -summer- Rep, Sam Saunders met with Second place, Mrs. George Phelps the House of Representatives glorifying the Lewis.
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I ound-up out West. The nat r e and Clark expedition. On the
I Duplicate Bridge Club Section ilayor Beasley and other Keystone and Mrs. Alice Ketchum; Third grounds are the State

I DeWilt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director II.,10 a. m., Woman's Club. our took them through the Ra- officials! to discuss proposed place Mrs. Arnold ,Larsen and I, Museum, tyjssell Gallery and State Historical Library.

i McKay's Bowling Team, it :ine Gardens. local legislation for the 1961 ses Miss Iva Hillyer; Fourth place' Helena is built on the site of the "Last Chance Gulch"

f Starke, Fla. League. Palatka, 9 p. m. New officers elected at the. last sion. Keystone +will seek an enabling Miss Bessie Rutherford and Mrs./ mining camp and old diggings can still be seen on occasion

Crutches Community Church Choir Prac :neeting were Diana Ilgen chair act to re-write the Town Mary Pearsall. in the
Rental Service: Hospital Reds, Wheel Chairs, Charter I neighborhood.
1 I I tice, 7:30: p. m. :man; Sharon Brannon secretary' ; and another law authorizing The Turkey, Dinner held at the .;

s If we missed something, we are md Sally Brannon, treasuter. tax relief for Keystone Egg CoI] High School Feb 14 was a big ,

r> 1!1 r' .. sorry. We tried to Include every As a part of their study of our operative.. success and the PTA has decided THE KEYSTONE STATE BK
:1 1 2ommonity tli'e toured '" i
,
i McKay At Keystone thing. r' *-- ::: -Brdwnife --- .o purchase'Twilight Blinds for

Meeting PostponedTo the Keystone Egg Cooperative, ., on he auditorium, with the
t SPRING I..AKEVeekend one APR plus ruesday, Feb. 21. and their spouses only at the Club
camp, Next Evening: Over 200 persons were proceedS./i
sleeping quarters for 4, lakeside covered patio, deep- Miss Verna Nistendirk:: *, director r. Troop 190 News '? House. The Valentine theme predominated High school gills helped / MEMBER F,D.IC.

I ,well, white sand Beach $5250. Terms. of Library Extension Work at the Girl Scouts of Keystone Heights s; in the decorations, and meal. A Friendly Bank in A Friendly, Cdramunltf

WHITE SAND LAKE Lots from State Library in Tallahassee, who Troop 190 also attended the t clubhouse looked beautiful.he I School News I Keystone Heights,. Fla.
J $2100 up. Aside from
the
Palatka.
Thinking Day Rally Jn dancing the
scheduled
was to speak at the The band of Westwood Jr. High
Woman's Club Friday night, Feb. 24, e.ven'' highlight of the evening was a i
on Tuesday even School from Gainesville played
S. E. MAT REALTORAssociates ing Feb 28, has founj It impos girls of the troop wll| have a series of skits featuring the I
a
I .,. I sible to be here on that date. The cabin camp-out on LakeGeneva "Great Loves of History," rewritten -
l
with their leader. Mrs. MildredLovorn I in Beatnik form
meeting has been changed to by that
: Mrs. M. Ilgen & Irene Brault II
Wednesday. evening, March. 1. and Mrs. Zee Tolles.' Thisis ever-clever Charlie McGlave.
Phones: 3071.23914151 Miss Nistendirk will speak on the in preparation for their camp I Members and their husbands were S

Keystone Heights, Fla. possibility of obtaining and maintaining out at Juniper Springs. next t handed scripts and sent up on "'' '

T a Library in Keystone month March 1617. the stage which accounted for 1. ,, .r'. ',.-" .,. '' >.'.;.':..............,..,*'Y.........:....,.. ...<-......: :..f'...... .
Heights to meet the cultural 1 The remainder of.the. troop, wttl. I much hilarity, as. it was all Impromptu t"1 j .. :;..:;;: .;
,, 6.If ;
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be performing community service : .... .... ...... .,... .. ."" <<:. :.. .:"
a .
.' ZIKE DECORATING SHOPIn needs of our community. Everyoneis cleaning'' the lawn at St. Juniors Hard At, tVorkMembers : f :' ,
invited. j ::;'; r t :; t:2t.::;: .

Fire Department Anne's Church. of the Junior Woman's ,:: A........... '''_'.'." .'..'.,. .................,.............;....;..:.....,.:..........
Club; .1: .
Wiggins Building Keystone Heights Issues Warning Card Party Coming: Up are the "worklngest group of 't .': ; J."A"
T J f ;fV: rtC; tt
There wa1n fMtancelittle! Officers and Members of Key gals you could hope to find any- .. ..*''". .,:/......"'...,.:.:.......:,:...:....,...,........ .............. ."W'..:. .:.
where. :::.".::0:0::". ...'..<'.>...:.:<:<>.:>.::>: :: ...:.>>>:<... ,.;:;..:..:"..'..:.
over a' "Wk'ag 1i n a 'young stone Heights Chapter' ors re- Last Monday, they cateredthe : .; ": A."::0-.0-::'O:,_: <:'w.:.::.'..:.:..:'.:..i....,...:......

f PAINTS ANDPAINTING L man who was'not fa 'member of mini: the public of their next card dinner and Thursday .. ..- .. ..::..:.:......."..".:.'...:....,.,....:.>... .:.:..:"..::,.M.:,,'4.",>..":.'. (.:".::,.::v...,...,...::..w..:........ .

: ([Ju( PON the Keystone Heights Volunteer party to be held Saturday evening, 'I Club they dinner.catered the Scottish Rites : .. }> : '..:i,':::.<.,.,::,...,.. ;i.'1i.:.>,; <:: .i,3..?. <' : .
.. AIDS Hatch 4, at 8 o'clock, in the Ma- Mrs. George :Massa "f "
.. Fire Department entered hom 0 t. "
....... .. a 'r
I ; in town after a-fire alarm sound cnic Hall. Mrs. John Himble and i was Chairman in charge of the : ; : ;'; :< :'
I ed. Mrs. Frank Egan are co-chairmen i Lions' dinner; while Mrs. Everett ( p,. ;' < f" :

Wall Papet Samples The Fire Dept wishes! to inform. n, charge:\ There will be brHge.anasta .'Fox was chairman of the ThUrsday :r

the people of this that : pinochle or whatever: event. r ,. ,
community Y
they [the Dept.] cannot be re IOU enjoy, as well as lots of .priJ J Births. Of Interest I t4 "

We Do Papering and PaintingFREE sponsible for actions of non-mem zes-and..good: -.refreshments. Since We have just' heard of two ,f .. .

bers. here will ba only a nominal donation babies being. born which should : .. _;.ii,

of 50c, you are* asked to Interest a.lot of Keystoners: ',. .r k.Eiijoy .
Estimates Phone (Keystone 4503ISUMJSMOtMI ; If ycU are in doubt as to wheth \j- oj
er someone i is an official member, bring your own cards if at all pas Lt. and Mrs. Rand Edektein of ': "

W L ible. Why not make up a table e Fort Bragg, N. C. are happy over i, \. -
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'
he can b identified by a Civil :7': ba > '':>t rj .
r Defense bad p, or a Fire Depart: md come out for a fine evening? the birth of their first child a ; ;

:2 GREAT PERFORMANCES mon! bal??. If you don know uplirate Bridge Results son, born'on Saturday evening,

I 10 him and you are no: *.. sure o* hi? We wish to announce a "Blessed I Feb. 18, at the Base Hospital,
I, vent.'. The Duplicate Bridge Club Fcrt Bragg. Mother and ron are
IN JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM, 1145 L ADAMS fire depaitmen! membership you
I advised 'as an off-spring. Section II of: reported doing well, although the
are to keep him out! This
TUESDAY FEBRUARY 28th l- i I is in the best interests of all con- he Keystone Heights Duplicate young man put in an early apt

THRU TUESDAY, MARCH 7th I erne!. lub has been organized, and i pearance. He will be named Rand,

i Airman Wins Lot neets on Thursday mornings ,at Jr. f
.Y 0 ,. at the Woman's .A t Mrs. Edelstein is the
i : Airman 3-C a. m. Club. formerMary
: Harry H. Hagen:: o!
5375 Colonial! Ave., Jacksonvill( : heir first meeting Mrs. Mildred} Lou Gardner, daughter of s..
I 'non and Mrs. Le- ilfc and Mrs. Sam
{ Margaret Gardner of
was the lucky winner: or a l lotsiven
Blanc were top-scorers and Mrs. Peach Street.

.. 16th I Booster's::> way Club.recently He is to, tin ty con-the Dorothy Scully and Mr*.. Elva Sgt. and Harold Lee Ridaught.: for Gohvenknce Efficiency oIJdE.qJIOJJJ'!

0 ..'ENCHwsISSSWORLD'S } ., sratulated.j Steadham! were second high. Jr.. of Riverside Cal.. announcethe ,\ ..
e Albert Barhmani Weekly donations are 50c tor: a birth of their first child, a .
,EDITION j i If lights dim when appliances CONVENIENT because wi :
norning of play. Beginners are'uiect son. on Monday. Feb. 20, in the your you ean setffal etav
Its i Rotary; SpeakerAlbert ; ,start, or TV picture trical where and when want them .
to come out ani learn duplicate hospital at March Air Force Bases your appliances you
f fWEST? yen/; 'Sh" i 1 i Heights Bachman of Koyston?: at these morning sessions. California.. Ridaugbt Is the shrinks,and fuses often blow andarrange your,furnishings and J lamps a" jrouC "
# spoke= on "Pape and It's *"
9 '' '' home is cluttered with. exwishand find outlet
always ,
handy.
On Friday evening 17.Irs. son of Mr. and Mrs. your an
ICE SHOW"ORDER 5 ws : Feb. Harold Rid-
.. NIGHny EXo : Diversified Ures" at the Keystone:: tension cords-what need is >
\ Dell Kyle and Mr MildreJ aught of Peach Street. ThE baby you
rij, JI..I_ : SUNDAY r I Rotary Club last Friday. will ? full Housepower!And that means EFFICIENT-because lights and appliances will
8. Sutton tlecl1th Mrs. Helen b$ name:! Harold Leslie m.
.. x.: lot tt.- .P.AICL .... : Mr. Bachman, has long been ?helos] ,and, Mrs. Alice 'Ketch tun Martha Jane Has Party ,l/Xr-200) amp electric service,with, get their rightful share of electrical energy. Light*
Sqj' lI1ees1 prominent in this fields having the'right size wires
leading into .
Yill..be brighter A-ppllince9-such as toaster
for first place-while Albert Bachmau On Friday .
.". \ : "AR.. 4.,:30 ....: I( served as president; of the Missllauoi .Fpb. 17, Martha your house, _and plenty of circuits 'roasterwaffle iron-will heat up properly,and give, :
SUN P and Louis Kyle Second 'Jane Schaeffer
were ,
r .. ,;; AfAR. :..... i Corporation and president of younger daughter outlets and switches. Yes,. better results. "
5. ., I :iigh. Friday begin of Mr. and
: evening meetings Mrs George Schaeffer. "
.. 5:.30pvv. ..' Fcnda Container. Since 1954 he "' full Housepower is your power to
: at 8 p. m.. and are also held marked her second ,
.. birthday witha
I
't' Onl 'w ''''' : has been a director cf Standard Live Better ElectricaU-today ECONOMICAL-becau.qe you will be ablejoJn--
at the Woman's Club. ,
S : .she inter : Packaging Co. and' was named a'' party given for her by her and tomorrow.;Full Housepower stall major electrical equipment now-or (aterV;
ing
A\\. In Jf'E"VE.D vice president; : of that organizationin tunior: Woman's Club mother and sister. Mary Ann. makes home... '
1 .. '..... r n : your with little or no additional expense for wirings-
.... I Enjoy Dance received
..,. .;, 1959. He is a past president of Valentine Martha Jane :! may lovely !
OO GREATEST Last Saturday evening 1 the.,<<; gifts, from her ten guests. The '
$3.50-$3. ., I the Technical Association of the SEE YOUR ELECTRICAL" WIRING. 'CONTRACTOR FOR A FREE CHECK-UP NOW'
50-$2.0 0 EVERi. (Pulp and Paper Industry, and apast Junior Woman's ClubfieM at]I party began at 10:30: aV in., and t : y f ..ra.z -
$Z. |!Valentine Dance for thfemselTes|at noon luncheon was served with 'A.:
,
o\t r te president of' the Paper MSuperintendents il11 i: t tI Mr .
1 "f't -
& 4 Association.I 1' alt the guests seated arounj, the 1
BAR. !! .OPI'':: BAPTIST CHURCH ... '- if. c' 12d -
SAT.x.30Sxo. Boosters taile.: There were balloons i nd ,

1N I An important To Mrtt meeting of 'the!I'I \.Sunday m.. Morning- Sunday mesage School II a. m.10 I fancy hats' 'in keeping' with the .(c1J!laid/rfv L e { c :

(Keystone Heights School Boosters'iClub i t: : I II festivities. f ;
I Training Union 7 p. ''m. Evening Guests .. ,_.. -.+ c ,.... ..,
will be held at the school I included Chris and Mary r .n
message
self-addressed
Send stamped p. m.
I Ann Fmzer, Katie and Teresa e'rrJ
BY auditorium tonight {Thursday] at
Monday Bible Joy Club'" 4
IIr envelope with check or M.O. 8 p. m. Plans for next year's activities i-: I'I.t5.p.in. IWdnilav ; I II Gab a 'di. Hank Morgan. Peter FLORIDA POWER A LIGHT COMPANYI
MAIL NOW! Conneen, Matthew Tyre, David
will be made ;_ Prayer Meetin9:30'p 0 HflPINQ BUILD FLORIDA
..... ,. '. -- to Jacksonville Coliseum. Brownie 'Troop News 4 J I .Few...Joey. Whitehead,....and 'Mar- ,1- .' ., ,- -.- ,-- .' -, .-- ,.. ,- .. ..> .
m. Chotr4Practlce3E:3 |}* t "J|WJ M .,t'. .-. -, ---- '. -- -- --- .. .-- --- ",-,... --,' -- .._' .
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..'THURSDAY, FEB. 23, 1961' "ft .BRADFORD.? F COtTNTT-rtliQRAPH.: STARKE, FLORIDA V PAGE SEVEN

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I monthly l' : < feftGre'.eh visited Suridayin! Lake .".....yi.y..i .ii...... tr i3urer. 1 I( daughter. Mrs. Howard Cushing, Th" A J. rrncb": famil" vlU1::

,f KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS ,meeting. Mrs. Fred: -Ellis. WMU JJutferIth' 'the.Ernest SouthErlands -: The'.room count for 'this month :r !and family in Tallahassee. Son Mr. FsndT'i: mo'hcr and stepfather

1 ''president, presided. Mrs. Nellie., : BROOKERBy 1 ,. In'.1aiford, with the. Truby 'IfiIV"\ went to the First Grade. j jlI j jChitty accompanied the 1 urners Mr. 3ni: ?' iranic

;? I Stanley opened the meeting withprayer. 'Qre nS,- and: at 'Heilbronn with me'ntmonstraUon, l i to Bonifay where, he remained for : Grant, m Orland) lahrk"IJ- ;
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.- I Mrs. Shirley' Oreea Sir.-and: Mrs.-Ed Silcox. Club, Meeting I\,j the weekend with his mother. who :: They also attended: i th* Reirl
a Ted Oglesby was Blanc hard
f..t ................ Here,last Wednesday for : t.'"" :, The, Lawtey Home Demonstration. -j is ill. i iMr. Quartet all-mght sing at the

}I'r (Continued from, Preceding Page) : in charge of the program, entitled, A6..Aa" ..a..AA; with Mr., ani.. Mrs George: : ; A., '_..._..I'.L.' .. _Club" met, Thursday',morning, and Mrs. J. M. Wilson of auditorium in Orlando-

"Witness Where We &e." She Mr. and Mrs. Tom Parrish of :liams I and Howefl, were :' ,)1 j> Feb. 16, With Mrs.UE. ..Lee.'Miss Jac om'me'ere Sunday guests : Mis. Bishop Thomas and children -

tha's 'aunt Miss Anna McCul- was assisted by Mrs. Stanley arid Lake City visited Mrs, Mamie V lIrs>,M.1 D, Cram, and Dorothy Ross, ,home demonstra- ;. of Mr., ani Mis. Bryant Reddish. j jI of Brooker. and L. L. Con-

lough. ""Mrs. J. R. Smith. During the :ortland, ..Alaine;, i tion. agent:discussed' ,the topic j I,Ray Dorman of Jacksonville visited nei of Starke were Sunday dinner
Mothers 'who assisted Mrs. :ness meeting, plans were made Hodges Sunday. afternoon Mrs., Tracy Jones and.d : was observed by "Pack a Lunch'with Punch. Each them Saturday. suests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C.

Schaeffer Iii caring for the guests i for a Mission Study to be held at Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Bigham plan to,leave early in. 'High. School member ,lec lved a recipe book ,, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston and I! Conner.::

Included Airs. Benedict Finzer. the home of Mrs. James Puckett and family of Gainesville e :and Mr.: Seattle, Wash where, Mr. Feb.- 13. with, that can be a great help in this''children spent Sunday with the : Mrs. Prudence Melvin of
Mrs. Jim Gaboardi. Mrs. H. L. !on Tuesday, Feb: 21. Mrs. J. fc.: and Airs. Johnny .Chamberlin. of:Jls stationed with the U. S. direction; At lunch time' sandwiches -,' Henry Tanner family in Jackson- '' Gainesville is visiting Mr. and

Morgan: Jr., ,Mrs Bill, Few. and ( Smith closed the meeting. with a England were Friday night din-j f D. Wi; Roark, was in I r : of ail past brought by each member :I Ville. ,Mrs. W. E. Ferguson anl:: family

.t". Mrs., Ed Whitehead. :j prayer. ner guests of Mr. 'a dMri.- W. E. I County Hospital :i were enloyei together with strawberry i j I Nathan Tillis of Trilby, and Loren -

Another Warning i The First Baptist Adult' Choir Bigham, Jr.'and family. .week.when'he injured his the cafeteria, shortcake and coffee served nY Tillis of Fort Myers visited

This warning does not come : of Keystone Heights was in J. E. Townsend visited Air. and work at.the Thomas : was presented by the hostess. : Pi" i their sister Mrs. Arrie Browning,

from the Fire Dept.. but'from Mrs. 'Gainesville Friday evening: at; Mrs. Ross Hunsuckle and' family James E. Bailey has as the Wayne Turner of Jacksonville I LEVELBy who is a patient in Bradford

Evelyn\Carnesr: It seems that her Parkview Baptist Church in an hi Palatka over the weekend! his home iri MissisSippi. Those present spent Friday with his parents County Hospital.

cf two pet cats have been poisoned. I associational meeting of choirs;; Terrel Green f'Gain SvilIe was weeksr.visit here with his Mrs. E: E. Mr. and Mrs. Molden Turner. I [ Geraldine Fender

According to the vetevnarian. as well as a competition. The; home for' the weekend withhi: j3 and aunt,'Mr. and;Mrs.P. Edwards,, Mrs. Mrs. Ef fie Miner was a Saturday ] At The TabernacleThe

someone must have put strychnine -I Keystone,Heights choir' was rated parents, Mr., and.Mrs: Roy"Green. ,Mrs. Versie Barnes I 19 ]I D: B. Harley.'I overnight guest.of Mr. and i! AAA&.4&.a.aA..4AA' I II

ii\ some food and given it to "superior!1"' Mrs. W. T Blair, Mrs:'-1>- W. here ,with her sister, Mrs 1 : J. Anders Mrs. Mrs. Bill1,Reid and sons of Jack- Rev. Leonard R. Brown brought I! story of Shadrach, Mes-
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the cats.,Mrs. Carnes, who 'ives on .: Personals AIark-\ ,and Airs. 'Tim.Rogers fahnsonv ; Ed Durban Mrs. sonville. They; attended the wed- an inspiring message on mission i hach, ani:! Abednego was brought

Brooklyn Bay, has warned her Mrs. L. V. Williams -went ,to were in Gainesville Monday.Air. : Mrs.- Lettle Parker 'and ; and Mrs. G. W. ding of Mrs., Reid's- : niece at Grace ,work in foreign lands at the Pine'' to the children in Flanntlgraph
neighbors' to'keep their pets from;\:Jacksonville Sunday to visit her S ., and'' Mrs; j;:.T.: 'Soweil l l and JeannetteWynnand; ; Lutheran' Church Saturday night. ;I j Level Church last Sunday morn- !! last Sunday: morning at the Gospel -

.f' going,oni;the Carnes property for sister, Mrs. Beatrice Ezell who family, Mr. and Mrs-L.: t. ..farkef. of': Jacksonville i Visited had enjoyed a Mrs. Joyce Futch and Mrs. Mae !'In:;. He and his family are on-' Tabernacle. It was repeatedto

l that (;where the poison evidently l lives there. The two ladies ttended Mr. and Airs"-Wilbur Andrews, with Mr. and- Mrs. G. P. dinner, the his- B. Wellsspent the weekend in they way from Texas to Brazil, the adult class in the closing

K since: beT'cats.,have never been I'' church and ''then t 1joyed Mr. .and Mrs: Bobb :-'Dy i and WOrth:. gave a; few Tallahassee with Mr, and 1\rs.1 where Mr. Brown will be a mis- j' period of Bible School.
known to stay from the imme- I l lunch ,at MortiS n's. After liincli, f$ Ddfly ahc Ars. Doro'Kellfy.aridfamily ; .Charles Preratt_ att nde< t :of th9 PTA John 1 'Wyrick, Mr. and Mrs. Char i sionary. Special services are planned at
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\. (dlateycinity.;: } She has ,also asked, they went'to"the beauticians'show' went, to the"Z Q ;i ih, .Lake Hair- Fashion :nowat: :t ; .Lawtey{ showing les Carter, and Miss Mary Julia an eaily date.
us" t6.Warri; other pet owners of at the Robert Meyer Hotel. Mrs. City ani'to' th ;.Step en '''FosterAlenioiial AIeye.rHotel; hi" jackso ; had been made Futchi -

p this" dangeiv and added' that about Williams, who .Is I -a' beautician I In! .-) lJlte.SPli s ..Sun U-3.' ., V I & As M s. ROb- Friends, of Mr..,and Mrs., W. L.
50 fOgs? < JiaVe been poisoned in herself attenied:, the. show all day' day. t- yi ... Hampidn. Baptist WA1U : the honor guests, rbdwmrgt. Ho' learn that v
1'' I Middieburg'(in tlie
. We c understand; 'how someone John D ctj, sorfof::, Mr. and Mrs. College Vaidosta- Ga.. watf is. for, the!' monthly bus he or she' served St: Vincent's Hospital.
I majf'become 'annoyed' ata persistently Fred S.vDodd,'. a freshman at Bob home for- .the weekend with, .hfer' I I ctcle .meeting. Mrs. W!, ; Mrs' G.:W.Roberts was in Day-

':pesky dog, but cats '.cem to Jones University GreenvilU. S. C parents, Mr. 'and'Mrs. Fred. -'McI' :Elroy presented' the, : that.several,past tona Beach last Thursday to visit AUTHORIZED

J I I tend to. theif'own' business more was among' the ,25 students' from David. I 1th. n knk" Clark, pres d ( : unable to attend. her brother, Monso, in the hospital SERVICE

f1 less,:and,'they kill' a lot of' ar-'Florida who were',on. the 'dean's Mrs. J. 'H. Sullivan. and' soh, the devotiOnal. D. W. Moore there. SALES Q PARTS .

I d 'Ii' pestst e t c. Somehow we: an'tI :list l for the ,first "semester, of the, Jerry,. visited her, mother.: 'Mrs. Hampton.. Elementary ; : M.'B. Plum- Mr. and Airs. E. D. Higginboth- ,

Imagine anyone being' so mean as 1960-61 academic: year.COMMUNITY Mary Willis, 'in Bell Friday. scheduled 'to'- meet ; M. Blount of am and sons of Maxville *were j Our Shop Is Complete/ and ModernR

I' to 'poison: .''a' i pet! So 'take heed, : Mr. and Mrs. L. 'c. Keliey arid 28.at; 7:30: 'p. min tlie' Hill, and Mrs. Sunday .dinner guests' of Mr. and

1 pet owners! i i cnuRcn sons' of Wallo: visited.: Airs: Ros) auditoriuni.- AU parents. Mrs. J. L Waters and sons. I E T C CHEVROLET AND

Q thday,,Dinntr: :! KEYSTONE. < HEIGHTS- Kelley Sunday afternoon. friends- -, are. .invited-'to- : atten. : by the Air and'lrs.. M. L. Turner were ,_U B L K 1 1 J OLDSMOBILE I
( ; .Miss Anna McCuno h' of White I Air\ ; and' Airs. Raymond i Guest ty..t y..t.,... and her as- in B hifay Saturday 'as guests of "
Dr. A. C. Holt, Minister Ph. 3033
J 1 Feather Court was'guest pf honor mid':Suzie of:,NashviUejSa. were ; Grade room'Mr.and Mrs. C. H. Miller, On the Green Coye. Springs -
Mrs. J. L Hfiheringtoh .
' at t. a birthdky dinn/: a't the- home I Organist ,weekend. guests of .Mr.'and Mrs. .-. in serving the way hQme they visited their L 1 _. !
I of Mr.; and"' !r8 1'Crge Schaeffer I Iand and Choir' Director.' j! W.' .'Bigliam.. Jf: and faniijy;. : :.Ay 1 ".

I family on Saturday evening, Sunday-School-; 9:30: 'a. m., Morn. f'Air. It icJ'r\ : 'Charles'''Perry, of _-t. .' _. : ,. ble were ,Mr. and < I

I Fjeb. ..18. .M1 .. rcCuUQUgh Is ,Mrs. mg Worship. 11:00 a. m8k Gainesville were, weekend- .guests By Mrs. J.- L. & : : aJ.1d'"Airs. D. B. IT PAYS TO d I

'Sehaeffer's,aunt., Wl1 am'. Catholic ChpeJ of Air. and' Mrs. M. O.'Harreih: .a A'A&a. &. .. ; _Mr. and Mrs. Trade with SLADE
a '
Jkilnstrci l Show Will' Keystone BeifhUilasa Air. azd ilrs. Seth Lester ,"of '- 'T._ ;: and Mri E. E. I I'g
f f'tt' r M r :i1ehf North Carolina were vlsitliig Mr.. Florida< 'Fire. ...Service. : nvil1e, Mi. and j

I-Satiirday, .evening! Feb. 2:;, ldiA3' at 8:30:: 6. m. and' Airs/ 'tester*l sf.:week.$l\vin P'ad .ett and, helper \\ of 'Orange

should.be. penciled In red on Key-I Holyday Mass at 7:00: &. BL Mrs.. Eileen Thigpen 'and,\ this way. plowing fire Jfri: : $. H. C. Harley: V-V"BottiedGas I HA JURAL

stoners', 'cil l ndars. That will be Tuesday Mw.at. 8:00: a. m., j daughter of Palatka were Sunday burning fields and garden J. Anders Mrs. '(In City)

their :opportunity? to see Joe: and I;: Confessions before all MasuaI I,guests of AIr&: Rosa Pinholster: r for some of us, including A. H. Harley Sr.,' : _f "''' Y''... ... .",..' .ftlii
Rosemary'Daiirer and their friend I Baptisms. 'marrtaceA and Initructious Mr. and Mrs. Dan Odam of Strickiahds and"Faye'I gl and Mrs. G. W.' V $6.50 \oi.

I Joey 'OTpolego Into their acts i by appointmenc.. Jacksonville visited Mr. an l"'Mrs. ,had fntend tto' do more these were the I
Little dd Ned for us. but there were s in Dependable -- EconomicalPHONE
Hicks
residents of our community Sunday aftem on. Airs.. R. E. Lee I
% 'realize that such a talented ST. ANTE'S-EPISCOPAL Mrs. W. T. Blair, and,BiDy.'Airs.W between usand, Green I : : Lee; Mrs. Eu- ,
No Gas Cost Less I WO 4-1301 NIGHT WO 4-2111
trio .Is'!living in their midst. CHURCH, KEYSTONE', L. Douglas, and, Mrs. Mattie Springs; the wind was. president, and I -

Theywin: 'be: :.featured In the Sundays 9:30 Barry'ef In St rke on Business hard so *he. was, :called to j ; J..'C. Tye.. Set-',ITh "Slade s" !Ii| CITY OF STAKKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT.
I Church\
a. m.
Starke Rotary Minstrel Show at''' Friday aft lnoon. )by, and .'W.ll have to conic ( H.' C.: Kelly. ...
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9:30: a. ni, Morning I
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the BHS Auditorium in I Miss Annett Ocala to us latei. j .. -V -
S arke- Green of : \
;I| Prayer and Sermon list Sunday,, I ,; -" > ,
.Glad
7 ; waS that Miss Debby I Iv..a. "' '
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one night only-Febl: 25, at S p. m. 6 the weekend guest of her'par. : '
t Admission-Is JL, ,: Hob- Communion) p.m. Episcopal .ents, Mr.,and'Airs. A.. L. Green. ( 13 -able" to come, back" to '
Churchmen. ,
,.1 editor''We"haveheard'' of'',The Telegraph rumors that will ,be yei.i Communion.Holy Young Days 7:30: a. m-, Holy; daughters Mr. and, Mrs.Miss Don Susan C rnVo'eU Wait, and and, cay day! School'after -having and Church: such'" a uSINESS D RE TORYI-I I

I '. with, fiii 'the week before":
singing!' the"haunting strains of I II Third Wednesday Parish I Mr: and Mrs. Charles Perry, all '
that "in r\'cjous of Deaby Sue had whipped :
musical master- Gainesville visited Miss Shirley.
Covered Dish Supper. 6 or 6:30P. : .
piecc.r'Tlie Old Sow Song." 'i ii m. Green SundaY'afternoon. i I I lug": too, ,and was sp ndi I V --- V ---=t .- :T -__-"lijI
'StrlctlY.local., talent.] 'I I1 Air. and weekend with her mother. I V
Mrs.
And after Jimmy Whittle
The Rev Millard H. Breyfogle j p was bit : AUTOTRIMV: ; FLOOR AND TILE OFFICE :MACHINES
a'U.- '' I coughing, quite a
\ tSl\'tl that.the''best? and sons of Jacksonville j joined : ro
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i I CHURCH'NEWS Vicar Mr. and Mrs. W. E.: Bigham; Jr.and could .still sing sonic.1( good Auto Glass CONTRACTORSBobby Hancock.Typewnter
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; FtfA-BaptUf: ChurcTi"The ; family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd eVen if. he was Hoarse.rRev. Baker Auto Trim L. Bryan
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Woman's'MIsslonary Union Wood and Creig Miss ..Patric'iaThomas Herb Higdon called mTl'v I CURVED I : Exchange

, I of the FlrsV Baptist Church met I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS and Harold and Lloyd Stricklands last week, I CUSTOM INTERIOR TRIM TERRAZZO CERAMIC Smith-Corona Typewriters
r : J. R. Smith, pastor Ralph I! bad, visited Faye and Lois i Door Glass f ASPHALT PLASTIC TILE
Tuesday morning., Feb. 14. at the King of Gainesville for a picnic ; Clary Business Machines
.. I Oopeland, Minister of Music and I at Lake land"to check on the sick. ']I Any Make Headliners Arm Rests HARDWOOD FLOORING
Butler
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Sunday
I Repair Any Make Machine
.: '- ,i church organist Air and Mrs. Dave Green visited Interested' in what part : Truck Floor, Mats -Upholstering Floor Sanding & 'Finishing i FR 6-5551 '
I. I Services: Sunday School. 9:45: swamp cabbage is good ftey Glass Lowest Prices FR.66762 FR 6-4445
r rI :i a. m. Morning- Worship. 10:50: 'a.' Air. and Mrs. -Wilson Green Jim:tried to inform him ; FR 2-3226' 1939 N. E. '27th Gainesville i 431- N. Main. -V-Gainesville
Radio-TV Repair and daughters and .Mr. and *3. --' **"
m. Training Union 6:30 p. m:. Alex Williams anti son W Jacksonville areto; "d0somc rk" on ., Gainesville L 1021 E. University Ave. Gainesville GARDEN_ SUPPLIES OPTICIAN _
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Evening senices 7::30 p. m., these catbage trees, so we ,' i

,: '1.NEEL I I{ Faith Presbyterian j: r Mr. and Sunday.Airs: J. II. Sullivan. and, part stand,So'1t'I arid:, try) see eating sonieone th'fr \ : r & s .xlci ,.. E l',BLsm' Rl nB&B MaBB aBBI B !, Johnson &- Paris, Inc. ,, Beckum's OpticiansLindsey

tburtb..l\Jelro son. Jerry, visit j Mrs. Orlander CHRYSLER COMIUERCIALREFRIGERATION Complete Line of L. Beckum. R. O.I .
MOBILE RADIO I : ing around, nitWing'1 on a
Phtlmanand family In Gainesville I Lenses Duplicated--Quick Repairs
.. just Jim ,and Herb are VALIANT St: DSI'L.XT8FERTILizERS- I
Sunday services-Churcn) S?* ooi.[ Sunday ijight.T say i Artificial Eyes-Prescriptions
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234 N. TEMPLE AVE. ling .th&'old cabbage" tree. Parts; -Service {
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9:45 a.m., Morning W rshlD. 11 r Irtsedlddes Pet '' Filled Promptly
Refrigeration Supplies
(located in North Florida I am. Rev. Jama R. Neile Jr.. paator. -' .' ....;'TTY.y y,,,,._.,, also would;suggested like fo 'th get y in g*6n"fW'' i I 9W r' 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' .,, 22 W. University FR 6-3518
Service Co.
:Supply Co. store) i ad'it has been a long i Co., I 224 N. W. 8th Ave. FR 2-0476' -Gainesville, Fla.

< HAMPTON we.' had this ple .sure.- No Sidney Leopold. Owner I' _Gainesville, Fla. PHOTOGRAPHY
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: Phone- WO 4-5521 THE RIGHT POiNT for the go' with.)anj'inore since all I!! Gainesville I Commercial 1 Refrigeration I GIFTS-WATCH vI REPAIRS ,

Jr'no answer call way you write. .Come fa and M* IT, Mrs. D. E. Hill I girls are gone, and, it ;' I! 312 'N. Main.
wo4.2113 I 'loot Fountain your favorite ESTERBROOK, .& ...........n ._,.......____...__. compete fut to..go with.alone, with no':.: :, Sold Frifidalre,And. Serviced'ice., Makers Anytme Bill Barnes* I' Direct' Color Portraits,for Gifts
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_._ I Beverly Crawford 'Ja1C -'and AtilliV Wilkinson : MERCURY I Gainesville, PR 2-8392 -GiFTS I I Commercial Portraits

,Cflebrates 'Birthday.. ed 'back to our community -RENAULT I Heights FR 6-7700 CLOCKS WATCH REPAIRS Photography
r 1 rvic ',-Parts,, ,Specialists. in Fine Repairs to ,i Complete Camera Supplies
'I'ISATURDAYMOANING Beyerly Crawford. daugtert?) of three r weeks,ago-: ,and r : f j
' ,Mr. and Mrs. Dpnnle,Hugh Crawford in Ernie 'and Irene. *-Good CONCRETE PRODUCTS Antique Clocks and Watches I 1118 W. University FR 2-4656

celebrated"'her fourth ;blrth-' house, where Aunt B :be'/ : Cars *r -t -.- ,_*_ V FR 2-8645 GainesvllieFla.-
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i'Eb. E .day Saturday Feb. 18, .with a live. 'She :now.. ;occupied g Motors.. INSIST THAT ALL YOUR i 222 W. University Gainesville : POWER SAWS

I 10:00': ,party at their home. apartment ..c1os eI:Jo':EnuVs Gainesville CONCRETE' PRODUCTS !t tARE iThis: ; WEAR ; _
: '5th LM. Games were played ,in the yard, Cecil Hardce, our Sunday I llcCULLOCIlCHAIN

and after opening, gifts, refreshments Superintendent, tells.us: Coq Ink, THE;: BEST FROM i Cherry's 1 1GalnesvUlc's. SAWS
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ceiVi'd letter from the
office cream and birthday a j .ti
\ Edwards BuildingSupply .Most Fashionable :NEW-USED SALES-SERVICE
cake in [
"were served to, the 10 Ibc.- the First Baptist Church I
-.CADILLAC' Address For LadiesDRESSES' I Florida
'ht.Tnv'h; 'Egypt! thanking, the ''h..u ', Inc. Saw Co.
8 Clubs Meets beljtJn! tuyyig :blet for::' :;.,.. Service j --Parts\\ I I l SUITS COATS : FR 6-3411

: -.I Hainpfon Youth Club. 'held' its-V gregation.>_teLl remember. } t t. 1 75fV; 726 .S. .Main .- FR 2-4844 I r l ACCESSORIES ; 2538._.N.. -_E-.. 19th Dr -!, Gainesville_ __
't regular l meeting! at the'-tbxvn"' hall just'a"' few 'dollars of ours t .. V .! srrTHursday' evening.: 'Feb; 16. helpsome l poor? ; los!; .uf .to 1 :! : Jt------- rn II I r,MEN'S WEAR_ t-j

.. .. V V I'k, WILL .BE Plans,,' were- -made for, ,a'hobo party. tibout: our Lord. EN 'ils'VINDOWS\ I jI I'I'Silverman Sewing
: Tor,.the last part* of.Mardi The second Sunday in .- Parts i
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: .'''AtoM1c SUBMARINE It-was voted1 to iave.games: and i we.: will ,have Rev. I':; 'THE MANS :STORE" !I Machine Center
: 'refreshments' af f, the end 6f 'each !;pieach-fpr: u? atHigbla ,(; 'Florida Jalousies I Used Singer Sewing
hlnea
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Clothing Slap
Haberdashery
meeting, : Xtten wWch.
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-,. are : \on the Sliots- Spcirts\f af Many One Of A 'fcfrd
.. ; AT THE : 'V firk; pod third Tliuradars.ot:. 'eacli I Sunday.. 'Jn? : Highland"- ")}i I J 32;,' ,-WINDOWS- DOORS Formal Wear Reotab Starting At S1.93!
montlMr..- and *Mr... HercheiParker. chqpL. W had.51present t A\ : .Gainesville t. '
I '" ; : : ; -ALUMINUM AWNINGS .FR 6-631JJ
believe 'it o"r'n'i the JunW I '*.' ,, 208 WA University. Gainesville
icwf: (chaperpns. for 'thlWefk ; : 1n I '. Palm' Beach Awning- Windows ,FR 63502' t "1#6 W .UnivetsUy.SHOES _. "GaJnp3v 1l4?
r1r ti !! : put the Intermediates' : ',-V VV 'J -- NMOETt -' V ,. i --
FLORIDA THEATRE 'Pohliacj i Aljt 'Mf'et'A.W.MX 5pe fJcattons < -, V. V 2
: Slracfnrr. Eannlbl ,shade.*. The ,Juniors cme% HUp ; <
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F1f Estimates! ,
I For, : a gradeot83and carried ,'f' ,
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; : 'i '.JG. .Stra net. editor of .the 'haiiner.i Our Bcgutner,. I < "*** FH 2-8215, : Gainesville ,Mayflower :; 'Bob's Shoe
: Store
These FREE Shows Are JumpedjfibiQ.'A TRVcks; 817 Hawthorne; Rd.. Gamsville: '
Sponsor" By Florida Baptist Witness; :\villbs : : to regular f -_- LOCAL" .AND LONG bisTAxCEJ
f Shoes
The Following Merchants < "fin?r1iit 'for 11 revival at HampfciT bers,and 3 visitors..Some \ -V*>Ano.* : 't :MOVLNG I| for The Entire Family
: lated fa be' counted, and we Parts'-:.SviceI S n'j I FORTUNE FOR MEN
BaptrsI. 'Church. neir-, month ELECTRIC .3TO Storage And Crating ,
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SET FOR
March 26 throiih Barents w-ili'inake: Xrrr./tf I .? WOMEN
TerM 1lltgar Moton Andrews DrugsnlnniDlxle April 2. according tI Gainesville FR g-52J4; .
I 206 W. 5Iadison St. Shopping Center" to Rev. W. P. McElroy pastor. get them there on'timeWe / .. Gainesville! j ElectricMotor i I < _.. _' : ENDWELL FOR CHILDREN
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I Bags Millwery
: WO 4-3331 WO 4-3511: Oilier'plahs for the' week's revival had 'oni young lady' MUSIC ,_ Accssortf

include 'special i music led by Jim- wEo had_ never been In I Co. Repair pp. ; -21-W University- ,-_. Gainesville..
Koch Drug ,Store Local Finance Company School before. She 'was ; The Music Center
nlYc. \
Crosby* .with Mrs.'Crosby at GU.l- OF GAL Esvf i ;. IXC:; (!
161 E.'Call 'St. 116 X. ,. Walnut. St. the piano. days old-the daughter of FORD COMPLETE ELECTRIC MOTOR j l'I.\SOS-ORG.\XS- SPORTING GOODS

UQ- ; 4.4101; < WO 4-0101 -or !4-0111 Personals'"Mr and Mrs. Dick- Starling. Her Service I' SALES 'AND 'SVICE !j B.iVl. > INSTRUMENTS
es & i
Denmark Furniture Co. North Florida Supply : and Mrs. Glenn Crawford is_Nora RMtb, and ij'wc !t for- All Makes"1'Genuine. Wagner EIe trlc"Pioducu';| Sales-Repa"lrtz.
ofj Keystone Heights ire the glad to have :her. i '; LtL! MQfe 'Ai'eories Thte Area's Most Complete Line
434 \V.. Call R.Starke 2S4 V. Temple Ave. par- AVf. FR 24251t FR 2-8318 of
SortIng Goods
tv 0 143i WJ/4-211S" : ,' ents, of a daughter..lisa :Mar- 1th dist | Fla. t V ,.103Q.\ Main..Gainesville! ;j I "You Can't Beat our Terms" at
chelle born, Filday, Feb. _iti, atAlachua t r"I. I 1025 W. University Gainesville
, 4 Jimmie
t --V --- V Hughes Inc.
BuUdcrs' Supplies Ie';.;. Underbill: Drive-la-Restaurant County Hospital in'Gain 8che4ue{ ) for week of Feb. : t' FARM EQUIPMENTV. MUSIC SUPPLIES I I ILinian' ,

2t5 t k: tl1ngton" si. ,' 36'1f; Temple Ave.' esville. Sundat -r 1\1h! : School I 1113 W. University Gainesville
; \\"QcOt *" :4-1531: Mr: ani: Mrs. James Pickren a., m. Morning Worship : ; Music Store ;

a.'Q and daughter.and :Mr. Plckren's MYF Snack Supper., pt m. -\. SnSSIOSS R 1h' Tractor Co. Inc. -
,fiminy;' oQre:? 'Son Marine Center mother Mrs Pickren,* S'r., of M'eetogs, t::30pviii... Yout j' BiSLVKSS: "Gainesville Lndtr" Since 1933 YARNS-TOYS

24l'fW.. ;? i- '--' N. Temple ,Ave. Gainesville .re1e\1s1: the E. L. re.heareal.: .7, p.: m. Evenm: ePa --Work NEW HOLLAND I KRAKAVER WINTER-CABLE Jack
wo1'llilami PIANOS PIANORGBANS and Jill
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: WO 48S01I Brown family Sunday.Mr. ship 1:38 p. m ed, I <
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Brown'of MASSEY-FERGUSON of
and Mr:. Prank Wednesday 'Prayer
(\ 'Jewelry Ace' Electric 'Sin1c Jacksonville spent"'Sunday herewith and Bible, Study7.SQ p.-mi : \. Guitars Drums Sheet Music Yarns Needlework Notions.
141 W.: 'CaU'S" :218 Eo 'Calf St. l Mrs. Brown. : Farm Equipment i And Tractors :0_ Budgets I *? Free: Thzftuc1onsTovGamcqDofl4lobbIes
T.F. Thursday Prayer 66 SEE VICt / :;:
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L "Mrs.:, !l"Kiiiiht.. iff. &id Mrs.- Hal, 9:30a.: m. r' *" j.
I fellowhig : : *
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I Tuesday night against Macclen- I Hurricanes Take Lead I activities. man of ;starke- City Council. Jacksonville Man

,Cagers Loee 2 I ny's B-squad. John Williams led I Trefoil favors, made by girls 'J. D. Doyle, and City Councilman '
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Starke with 20'poin's while m-- In Bowling LeagueThe from .Orange.-Park: were given to' Carl Hur. t. The Jaycee panel ; Out On Bond

Tinbo'ham led Macclennyiith 14. t the girls at the conclusion! 'of jmorning's !? mcnV>eis! will be Abe Abercombie,

in' 1 InVeek\ : After playin their final hcm Blanduig Hurricanes took activities. Orange Park George Ricks, and Harold Davis.

game of the regular season Tues- : __ over the City Bawling: League lead Neighborhood was also i in charge! : v-nirsMons will also center a- : On B&E ChargeCharles

[Continued from Pag One] j day nght, the Tornadoes will after bea.ing the Tornaoes 2877 : of the First Aid S-ation. Table round the current financial: status

I, travel to Palatka Friday night to to 2750 in last week's ao iou. Gem I Decorations were in charge of or cur city? and Starke's Workable ': Radcliff, 24, of Jacksonville -

Going down to defeat to Santa take on the Maroons. Palalka has jp\r*''r.v !oueaked by the Jaycees
'Fe's Rebel? last Friday: 46-37 the : defeated the Tornadoes once this! with a margin of only three pins- and the Palatka Neighborhood In another Jayree action the local -i $5.000 bond after pleading

Tol n does were out-cassed: all the ,I season, after the local team blewa !.teIJ ,o-'aj<-to tae the other. I!!.provided milk to go with the club has formed a Community !: 7uiltv to breaking and entering

way. The Rebels placed! a tight 17 point lead. Saturday night match. "nosebag" lunches at noon. Members Improvement and Development ,! the Trail Motel in Lawtey with

,defensive game and outdid the: the Tornadoes will take on Fern- i F I' George W.n erd' 187 A'fas high of the' Palatka Neighborhood :j I Committee heaied: by co-chair-1 I intent to commit aggravated as-

'Tornadoes und r the bouids: all anUna's: Prates: in Ferdandina. [game, whrle Harold Davis and were th official hostesses. Mrs. man Dr. Harry Gruen and Harry : .;ault. .

,night long. District Tourney George Ricks both had 180s., Davis Fremont W. Tolles of Keystone Green. The first action of the com- i He was released from the Bradford -

"Santa Fe just outplayed us, Starting next Wednesday, and Winkler also had the high Heights, former district chairmanand .mittee, Vice-President Carl Lamar i I County jail, pending a pre-

4hey ht! leal god j and play i March 1, and going through Sat- three-game series with totals of currently Keystone-Melrose Johns stated, will be to contact : entence Investigation ordered by

''' 'en defensively." BHS Coach; urday. March 4. the BHS gym will j Guardsmen Receive Medals ((483 and 471 respectively. Neighborhood Chairman. acted as representatives from the University Circuit Judge George 'L, Patt n.

Koch stated. 1 be the scene of the District II .. '! Standings, in present order: mistress of ceremonies greetingthe of Florida about projects that
For Ten Years Service Patten last week reduced
Baby Tornadoes I'.Class A cage tourney. I Hurricanes, Noegel's, Tornadoes, girls and instructing them as the city needs most to have done, 'I Judge
r bond the felony charge from
Starke's Baby Tornadoes won j The first game is scheduled for Eight Guardsmen of CompanyC ory service in the Guard. i Jaycees Gem Jewelry. to the program plans for the day.I and which will do it the most I $30.000 on to $2,009, and County

:the preliminary contest 54-43'; 4 p. m. Wednesday between: Mad- h Frcm left are: Capt. 'Randal Schedule for Tuesday, Feb. 28: Mrs. Art Ginn Jr., of Palatka, good, at present. !I
748th Ordnance Bn.,, Starke Judge T. A. Yawn had previously
I ison and P. K. Yonge. Starke will F. Chitty, unit commander; Sgt. i Harricanes vs Gem: Jaycees vs Chairman of District VI and l The UF representatives wlll I|i

see action Wednesday night at 7 are shown. above being congratu-:,|iMarklee J. Norman Sgt. Hugh. L. I,I K'jegel's. Board Member of the Gateway make a survey of the city in an !I: reduced from $20,000 a peace: to $3,000.bond on Hadcliff

II I o'clock when they face Perry. lated by Maj. Harry M. Hatcher. Hutson, S. Sgt. Charles J. Schae- I Girl Scout Council, acted as effort to determine just what pro- 'I
II I Executive Officer 748th Ord. Bn. Chairman of the Rally and made jects might benefit it the most, Maximum sentence for'the offense
I Lake City will meet Santa Fe in a ,I ifer St. Sgt. Ray F. Griff, S. : Girl Scouts Go
the for Johns stated, and then report Is 20 years Imprisonment.
second to be played at 8:30.: necessary arrangements
I game upon receiving the Armed Forces i Sgt. Clifton E. Giiffis, S. Sgt.
Prices for the afternoon: session Reserve Medal for completion of j John L. Alvarez, P. Sgt. George A. I using the .Civic. Center and the their findings to the local club. Bradford County Sheriff P. D.

Wednesday are 35 cents for .stu- 10 years honorable and satisfact- Winkler. To District Rally Ravine Gardens. An effort by the club to cooperate j Reddish said the charges stem-

dents and 50 cents for adults.: with city fathers and other civic i med from a family argument, dur-

Regular admission prices for all Lawtey Wins Tie 13 lb. 10 oz. Bass Fifty-eight Brownies and Girl Fire Department groups will then be made he said, ing which Radcliff broke into the
night session, consisting of two Scouts and 15 adults from Melrose to gain the objectives set forth. motel to see his estranged wife

games, will be 50 cents for students and Keystone Heights droveto Five signs reading "Drive Drucilla. The motel Is owned by
With ProfessorsIn In
New Is
f
and $1.00 for adults. I Entry I I the Azalea Ravine Gardens in Subject Safely, Starke Jaycees" have ,I I the wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

'Palatka last Saturday to take part been placed on benches in promInent -I! H. M. Turner.
City LeagueLawtey [Fishing Contest i if Jaycee Forum places in the city. The first ]
i NOTICE i in the Girl Scout District Rally. I Radcliff had been t to( the motel
five signs all promote safety, but!
1 Three hundred and seventy-five *f I several times to.see his wife but
:I will not be responsible for any scored & :;%-3% victory 1 f Warm weather and: gooa fishing Brownies and Girl Scouts from Starke's Fire Department will later ones will have other adver-I had been refusetf" permission to do

debts made by anyone other than i over the Professors in the City in this area brought a host of Bradford, Putnam Alachva! and come under fire tonight at 7:30: tisements. II I i I II so. On his -final attempt to see

myself.-J. S. Tomlinson. Dated,League last Thursday night, a- ,!I entries into the annual Chamberof Clay Counties spent the day touring when the .monthly Jaycee Radio her, for which he was charged, .he

Feb. 26, 1961. 3tp 3/9 i ivenging an earlier defeat at the;! Commerce fishing contest this the gardens under the leader- Forum broadcast live over local broke into the living room of the

hands of the Profs. This put Law- past week. ship of Palatka Garden Club station WRGR, Publicity Chairman -I family suite in the motel but fail-

Rev. L. A. McGee i CARD OF THANKSWe tey in a two-way tie with Keystone -[ The top entry was a 13 pound members, folk dancing under the Bob Williams. announced.A ed to enter another room which

wish td thank all who were after the latter's 43-23 victory 10 ounce black bass caught by direction of Mrs. Joe Daurer and panel qf'three Jaycees and a Ct666 housed his wife and her parents

Welcomes each and everyone !. kind and helpful, I over the Seniors. James E. [Jimmy] McRae of Mrs. Richard Lovorn of Keystone I.f moderator 'Hugh B. Ingram. when the father shot through the

to worship with us at so after the, loss generous of our home and belongings The Presbyterians were edgedby i Saratoga Heights. The bass local Heights, singing with Mrs. John Bradford High School principal, door. .M

I Heilbronn Church, and to by fire. May the Lord the Juniors 31-25 in an over-I fishermen claim, is the largest Enge of Jacksonville, singing con- "will direct questions at the chair-

hear him at 5:45 till 6 pm: bless you all. The J. Z. Anders time period in the last game of caught here since L. M. Gaines sultant of the Gateway Girl Scout --

every Sunday over WRGR the night. hooked a 13 pounder five years Council, of which Keystone '

family. The Profs led r.o-19 at halftime ago.Nate Heights and Melrose are members, C: 11.1"1. 151Memorials ; (B. D I

__ ____ ___ ___ ___ ____ _n_ __ but a stalwart defense held themto Dyal; who lives on Hamp- I' and playing circle games under .
12 points w'.iile Johnny Bates ton Lake, registered a 2 pound the leadership of eighth grade I ',' p .
7 1-2 ounce speckled perch to top Intermediate Girl Scouts.
and Tom Ta":um stored 24 of I 20 Words. or leA,.. tne time .___._________ .85 Resolutions ______.__ 5c per word
Tomlinson's bid of :3 '
Joe P. '
their team's 31 potht 'hi.the second week. The Palatka Civic Center, located If not paid fat tdvaaee ..._________ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words ,_,:-_ __v 2.59
: pounds 6 ounces last on the grounds of the Ravine -
half. Bates'ns'higlf with 26 ; Keyed .orBJtud.Ada: ________.... i.eo Over 50 words __....__________?_, 5c per word
points, while Taturir had"* 14. Ed- : Coming in second in the bass Gardens, was used by both
E. McLeod the singing and folk dancing Each addition word over 20 _________ 05 Display ads in Classified ____.... 1.50 per Inch
:ward Akridg! led. *lhe Po&with,I. division was Brady :
12. *"ort.* with a 10 II?. 12 oz. fish and Shi groups throughout the day, and -

Smith is in third. place at present in the afternoon was the scene of
Keystone came on strong in the I FOR SALE Bed springs inter- FOR RENT One store building, orT OF TOWN OWNER
1|with an entry of 10 pounds even. the showing of the Senior Girl spring ,mattress, draperies gas I and one small unfurnished bouse at MUST SELLIIZ
second half, in the same manner .{'Prizes p awarded for the first Scout Round-Up Movie "A Mile range8, heaters, tables', electric tools. I S21 Temple. Ph. WO 9-2981. tfchg BEDROOM; HOME with one acre
as Lawtey, scoring 32 points toi I' are I : In perfect condition. Below whole- lot. Carport & utility room. Newly
three places in the bass division. High, A ,World Wide." The Round-I sale cost for cash only. Also pedigree -I FARMEquipment finished and partially furnished.
come from behind a one-point! Also registering bass last weekend Up was held in Colorado two sum- long hair Chihuahua. Breeding; For $6,500; Low Dow p'a 7.f*tWill
I AT DOWLING'S deficit at half time. The Seniors ; stock. A..K., C.; registered. Sacrifice.: consider a trailer in trade.
: looked like they might have an were Dan Fogg with a fish mers ago and was attended by Mrs. LeClerc' Brown: lit 1 Bor 561, & Plowing 2 mi. north on 301, turn right first
----- -- 'weighing 9 IDS. 15 ozs. and Johnny girls from the Gateway Girl Scout Kingsley Lake. Itp Planting road beyond Farmers Market; 7thholism
upset in the making, but were unable on right. ttchy 3-!'
8 Ibs. 5 Council. The next will INDUSTRIAL
Round-Up
.,: Hagen ozs.
SINGER SEWltfq:
to cope with Keystones balanced MACHINE CO.
I I be held in Vermont, and: girls are SALES AXD SERVICES Equipment For Every Job New 3 B. R. Home

STRAwBERRIES PT. 49c and,Ed Bennett attack as led Calvin the team Osteen.with j i f MADISON STREET BAPTIST. .. I preparing themselves now for and'wlng Floor machines.'polishers.Vacuum. 'Wt service cleaners allttabe'sewkig Superior Tractor Co. For. 919 Sale N.with Thompson small down St. pay meat'
S I selection to represent the Councit. Ji.! 'chJnes.JPRBB PICKUP Monthly payments .tb suit you or
: 12 and 10 respectively. Bilbo 900 Block W. Madison St. '- AXQ,PELIVERY!: : 1the.482 'x. 6353 W. Beaver Jacksonville will trade for your property m' towji
the Girl .
Powell's,10 points was high for. Sunlay School 9:45: Jim 'Law" .When "Brownies. and. # Marion .St: LaeT'City,' Fla. Phone or out, acreage, lots or Lake. -pro.perty.
', "" Spring And Summer Will take boat outfit or uall
Scouts"arrived at the gardens they 880.: : : tfehsFEJIALB Sewing: Should
I ICABBAGE I the Seniors. on. .Superintendent. ,. ::1: .. be ordered now. New address 1371 car in trad Thl. is r,aP nlc 'com
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Hastings Fresh The Juniors came from.behind Morning Worship, 11:00.. were presented with crepe. paperazalea's 'IIU'V4ED''. Blandinp, Saratoga Heights, Phone plete with bath. Or wilt '.move to
I made 'in the Keystone Hou1je- 'WO 4-3S41. Mrs. i your lot or acreage. Call or :write
Phlpp 3tchg 2-23
Presbyterian to go ahead 2322on Training Union 6:15: Jim .Harden -. wives eVn .money tumour; spare J. K Wall Rt. 5 Box !8J, >phone>J
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3 lbs. 1 lOc Wayne Kinney's two-pointer; Director.. Heights and Melrose troop meetings wife time.: and Keep mother.your important Write P. 0.job Box as I For Rent 3 room and bath nicely I. 1'iZ.! Lake City, Fla. tfcttg
bY'local their .
part furnished
girls
as cottage.) Available
7:30. Fen.
Evening Worship, : '
but 823 .Starke. 3-2'
a
I second later, Wayne Sapp : 1. 4 .!_ tchg 1. Phone WO 4-2261, Margaret How- INSURANCE AGEN'TP WANTED:
in the rally: The azalea i : 0"' .__ I
Wednesday. Prayer Meeting planning : be ,
stepped to the free-t1row line and !|I rd. tfehg I Atr 23-60. Must honest sober
...... used divide .FOU RESJ1'room: : -'apartinnt'!' work. Contact Guaranty
7:30. flowers were to J tjie ; I willing to
New England;; U. S. No. 1 Irish sank a foul shot to tie the "game j : into for. completelyfurnished .also utilities j FOR RENT OR SALE Two bedroom I Life Insurance Co., Lake City, )'ta.I .
program
I| up.a moment before the buzzer I '.. gills groups I Private" entrance. and bath. One person house 344 N. Water St. Soe; I Up
man: or Phone VTO 4.1! I .
(i woman. Calvin Johns, next door. ltp '
sounded for the finish.
In the
2493. -: tfchg i i i FOR SALE Male Chihauhua.. S
overtime, Presbyterian scored four I FOR, SALE: 3 bedroom 1 1-2 bath. ;: mo old. Write Rot 7jg Starke, or
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'\' POTATOES baskets FOR SALE It larg* building lots living, dining room, and den, I I phone WO 4-35S1. 2' thjr I-8DALKD
to ma-
the Juniors' one to win
i On Bepsent Road 'C. ,
gee C. Wynn
; house large ,
sonry on corner lot
i iI the led Rt. 1, Box 843. :-16' HAY 'SALE -- for
'; game. Sapp Presbjterian : 4tp with extra building Int. See \by I FOR
ap-1
I with 15 points and was followedby erwillega po'nttrent.' CAll WO 4.45fl.! :2tohg! :t-! i I I mulching. 50c per bale. J. W. White,
WE' HAV9 a new Iun program for Ph. WO 4.1651. 2tchg 2-H
7' 1 10lbsPompano 35cI Tom Hardin with 6. John I R {t.rmerl..i-:1.o&DI: m .i to ft year FOR SALE -
Pitts led the Juniors with 11 for the euttr* crtdit req.alMtoent Ready' mix concrete concrete block, FOR RENT 5 bedroom nicely"fur-
with Fer
nf'tb.ta'mr.snd bli faiu- ronrs.. fence posts, sand cement. nished house wport
points. ...Uy' :.OIIU.t11S. dQctlo'! CreditAssocUitonr Motar mix, rock steeL oyster shell, I couple or with an infant,' ehilA. ,In-
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Team Standings *?0' **ortn Mala.. Lliierock and Roof Gravel. Phone quire at 733 N. Thompson' *8t.! ; tfchg

Red RipeTOMATOES W L MOTORS: OifneirlJle.:B.iDOf'\ 'FlL'-. -' -' feb Co.WO4-2521, Bradford Engineering tfchg I SYLVANIA TVaSalej
cUCFAJ&CBAH ,
Keystone 5 1 *&k.*.- AU,-...' FOR SALEtew I & SeYlc I
Lawtey 5 l iu.sbl. ._. ........ 2 bedroom
lb. ; -i&UnSHEPHERD'S .p. frame house. Small down ra'lnent,1 I Ire STARKff RADIO & TV
- lOc
Profs 4 2' 1..a.:G* eB BADIO* Owmer* TV ...t like rent. Phono WO 4-0393. Up I I Phone \VO .. 11"

Presby. '3 3 aAF HUNDREDS 412 t:. Call,5f.> pk... WO 4-. Ml- WANTED: 2 men for yard II FRIGIDAIREAPPLIANCES
- Seniors 1 5 !trk'rIa4; ; fencing, general repairs. Al ---I
keeper tor 2 people, .
Juniors 0 6 : = S'room
FOR RENT apartment. MM MMV I I nOT SMM i B >imiHIMSfHSSVIaMI| I IMHV
Live In |
or must have
transportation.
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Indian River Schedule for tonight [Thursday]: r_ Electrickitchen.! ChrIstIan' couple j Mrs., Brown Rt. 1 Box :361. Itp) FOR SALE: FRAME HOUE. Can
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OF DOLLARS only. Phone ,WQ .9.1545. tfchg
Seniors vs Professors, 6:45.: be financed. End of Euclid 8t 8
[ FOR SALE Business-residential blks. South on. Alton Rd. I. W.
Juniors vs Keystone, 8:00.: FOR nENr--"rvo; room furnished I combination property at 217 B.'rownIee Thomas. tfchg
Presbyterian vsLawtey! ,9:05.: apartment .'private bath, entrance, St, Starke, Fla. Contact -
T TANGERINES S carport. Utilities furnished. No chil owner at 6960 Rollo Road, Normandy NURSERY STOCK FOR 8ALB
,Schedule for &onday'Peb; : '27: dren.. Mrs.. 4.'L." Simmons, 407 \\,. Subdivision. Jacksonville Fla.. or We have over 100,000 nice fruit
I Juniors vs ProesSorsfli:45.: OUR VOLUME 1AL .$ ENABLEUS Washington St ;tp 3-2 nK T.'' F.'" 4. n:tll. tf Chg trees and Fbrubbery. Hedge Plant.
shade trees, landscape material .f
: Prebyterian vs K jstOne. 8:00. COLOKIU* FLORIST i FREE ue of garden plot for keep quality. Hundreds of Citrus tree tn
Lawtey Seniors, 9:05.: Oily F.T.. D.' Florist In Stark ing same. clean. Mrs. Joe Hoover, cans some'with fruit Set our plants'
BU.75c TO SELL -- f'lC111'erl ..wired any. place. Flower I 128 N. Church St. phone WO 4-7941. for quality. Azaleas and OamellltJ50c
t Y2 fur all occasion locally Phnewn 2t chg %-U ( up. O. C. Carpet Nursery, 10 mi
'Andrews '. <.*;M.: so"t ream X/MIS St. tfchc East of Keystone .height. Hwy HO.
Drugs .' t-_ FOR RENT First floor apart- Phone 84-m5, Florahone,., yic.
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I FOR TL\ FOR RENT- -:'.urDllbed'all'art- I ments. Close in desirable. Also house 4t rhg "3tPETTO.V
I ., rUnt 'Reasonable! rat &. Near i for rent or sale. Very. easy terms. -
Gains Tie In ehoppltif center., Ph!<***wo '-2on Sit I :N. Cherrv at. tfchg FLOutS
Pink or caJ' at1:ill 8., erry"St.: .(Shell 11* 8. THOMPSON I'?.
Oii.' Co. Off( IttCJ HOUSEKEEPER WANTED: White, PHONE WO 4-41M
Midget PlayAndrews .', .1'. tfchrUELP I middleaged; to live In. Apply .Temple fIGHT WO 4-2891 If WO I-Ita
Motel phone WO 4-4601. Itchg TI\CTIVE: riommsWR !
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GRAPEFRUIT doz. 35cCalifornia : :WA.NTED I WIRE FLOWERS: AXTWHERB
: Drugs gained \ tie for P4LCSSIB.V! PH' AGENTS I .- tfehINTRODUCTORY .
':,!r O j or for -
first place per \oar more part I- r--- ,
by defeating Court
r- or.fulr.tlm.10J.lt..or i Large *
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re .
Shoe Repair 31-29 in an overtime I 24 Iff% CARS & TRUCKS peat'oy'dezs:';)1&n."or:'woman.* WrUe .
OFFER
period last Saturday after Regis' rlcNF..sS"CO"f: ot, -2tVD 9oto. Sta., ,.

lbs. ter Gulf Oil gave Local: Finance : ...._.. ..,, _' .. ,,. -. ._ '_-'. ". _'. _. Memphis.T < 2. ".n". ftp 2-23 Engraved Business
RED GRAPES 2 29c their first.loss by a 27-10 score. ; .. ', /" ',-.. ', '. o HASTINGS MMTRESS'UPHOLSTERY .5 Stationery *

Court Shoe led Andrews 2019at &' WORKSuridti $0b0. 500 Letterheads

halftime and 23-21 at the end I 'l( 500 Large Envelopes

FreshL..STRING of the 3rd quarter, but Andrews ? ;> 500 Business'Cards
1dt 'Rfre1UoIsteied
tied It up 27-27 at the end of the : FINEST ENGRAVING
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game and went on to, win 31-29 :. .J6USth, CARS & TRUCKS & RefiIahttMATtRESSES' ALL FOR 48.05Plate

BEANS S In the extra period. Greg'Reddish/ : REBUILT

had 26. ppjnts: and Peter Fancher. : :'_ ......: ,<_:: ,_: ",- '. : : .' -: r. = .-. ,:::,. ': : -t N ewItthigsidpzSprInn: a IlIdIIpfsc. Included
3 to lead their team.: David Silcox-' .',,,. ,.. ... '.. '..* : : < BRADFORD COUNTY;

Ibs. and Paul McLeod had 19 and' 10. .t .DoPV.:Cud" or Cn Complete T"ee Service TELEGRAPH
I. _
2 29c respectively for tie'losIngrause.Register :* ,' .
:' J P5:14u& EA; .0.114 Pruning Bracing De-Mow- FOR RVNT furnished apt. Lights
Gulf Oil set up'a'tight CARS srA E twir taj Cavity Work Tree Removal and water Included $4.5 )Zo. S14 '8.
defense and held the league leaders 1 & TRUCKS Eooerwi! 8t Y. L. Klrchalne. tfchg
MRS., PJ: GY; ..;. 8tafke, Transplanting I
to 2 points in the first halfas ITS A FACT Chiropractic restore

Golden YellowSQUASH they scored 15..Wayne McLeod 'cFOlt, .P.t : Sapp's Tree Surgeons! and maintains health aftr every
.: thing else has failed. Too owe? It to
and CHOOSE -
led their TO FROM
Wayne Blar.kenship ,'tENT OR.SALEt Partially PETE SAPP. Owner I yourself and your family to Invest
U 2k-- 29c team in victory with" 15 and 10 I furnished; 2 BI\ ollfej; modern: con STABKE PHONE WO 4-39M gate the benefits of this rapidly
points. Bobby White with 6. .arid ,l' ..0 nnlencei17 ,ot-'garden. pace. For Expert Tree Surgery Call OUr 1, growing health ..ervlei.BOWNQER : '
< } Located at Hampton. M. A. Payne, CHIROPRACTIC
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Dale Crosby with 4, scored for WO "f-nUt itehg Agent I I CLINIC. 4Z8 N. Walnut St. Surke.

Local Finance. .. ..: .. t 224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-3965,t lip
: WILL kEEl children.
aay ow day
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Fresh
DailyLARGE Standing: W L : er'night. ,Plume'WO 4-0113. 2tp 3'-! NEVER TOO LAn 'TO lOIS
IXCOMK
TAX SERVICE
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Andrews Drugs 2 f FoR1AL-" ,,.41.-.. bI.ekkfle. Mondays. thru Fridays after 5 p. m. subjects.EVENING Credit CLASSES If wanted.for Adults.Writ All
EGGS doz 45c.DOWLING'S Local Finance 2' .1 VisitTERWLLEGAR Jfpj.... tJ....- U.tlfvjIyl4iea.4q All day Saturdays. Director. Pox lltO. Starke; or call
Court Shoe' I1 .. 2 MOTORS Pfta as4. ....u. Bar- Charles WO Hutcheson 4-1195 521 IJtchff Pratt 4-13 St WO 4-3071./ or visit Adult Education -
$ .ene .J'tt.' Prtnf t.,sn. 1113 Putt Office ISO Bldg. for additional -
r.1'-. 4t 2 It. Pk. WO -4r5ltl WO 4-Kll. .
Register Gulf. ie T information. Ifesro adults
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.. '... '" -'; ,s. _." ow Ud A.'TEDP'. .V. or L. P. N. Nurse contact principal RJB Scboo.Uchg,
25, ,
Schedule for Saturc1ay :
tJe c > for relief work 4 days a week.
.". .. ':' ,..1 ? ': rOB SAUf-T'Purebred' Beadle P'wtors' Hnlt ltal. tfchg -
9 a. m-t ; ;; puppies THE
Local Finance vs.Court Shoe : --. TODAY! : : IasE. .rl 'Pf'.. Keystone WORTH TRIP?
-. BRADFORD
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1' 11..dts lune'4S1; ItpFOB" Mobile Homes-Always below
'DaMh' .
I' BUILDING SUPPLY I
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Gulf o1ly3:4'f. .- RpJT--; : bedrpom\ -unfurnished !I market and clean .
Register ALL TYPE BUILDING '
i I house. 2r FarK'flaVe Coe! LAKE GENEVA
Drugs. I Authozed'Ford in. AH. IV6ftlel\tH 'See R. P: De- MATERIALS ,
Your Dealer and taorest, ,1 rPfc-Place: ," phonS WO TRAILER PARK
... r -. 'r. -- I I .- -CUt.; ,' :'I : ... '-.. ,, t.- Itchgrr ,Remodeling Repairs 1 ml SE of Keystone, Hta.
I LATTTO DAY SAINTS : FREE ESTIMATESOn '
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: ',A-1- 'usea vOiL-SLL on Route 100
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Car Dealer in rD1edpartxnit
MKT. Services :ed aandty m oU.vtatonic > : b u...... .apaitjatw." H room.-$ New Construction ,
Hall' oa E.: Call'fit BSDdiyrSdxool -* '. f8 baths. Two oloclts froai,Pose Office. DeVoe & Harris PaintsLEARN FOR RENT Threo room fnrnlahed >
PRODUCE ,Jf*-.a, ,m. aujraaea .: : ,Bradfofd :Cdunfy' 919 2CtirvTt.. lee owner' 1. R. __J_ apartment. Utilities furnished.
r
BaUlngroiv '>r; '::'y' tfchrf TO-FLY-Contact Lacy Conway ; Mrs. L. D. OreenjRaifor4'Rd.: phon
Servica: .1:90 p.-a. Evey w.JCQBt \" .:: : .ff;" *:;- :.,- ;' '" phone WO 44051. tfchgr WO 4-U2%. .. Ueq
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