Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 23, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The remains of a quantity of for all." I .
whiskey wine. and other hard li- :In I No charges have been filed in I Starke's City Council Tuesday water and sewer service btt: would T. (Billy Jackson the council
quoTa, seized 18 years ago were an inventory presented 'to the t connection with.the death cf Wm. i night tripled! minimum wator rates encourage! residents in the futureto voted to install temporary street
poured into the storm sewer at County Commission at its March [ |T. [Tobel Brown, a Starke farmer and doubled water and 'sewer tap use city electricity. as well as
the courthouse corner at 10, a. m. 16 meeting Sheriff Reddish listed which has puzzled' Bradford fees and the minimum sewer' other services. lights, with large bulbs, on U. S.

Wednesday by Sheriff P. D. Reddish ''a current inventory of the whiskeyas County authorities since its! occurrence charge for those residents who do ( Cut-Off Date Argued 301 north. The temporary measure

II and deputies of his office. : 138 pints, 237 half puts; 114 UL41VJPF March 11, not take city current. 1 I I Council freely discussed but was enacted until such time as

The sheriff acted under an order:! fifths I Brown was found dead on a The new policy will go into took no action on a suggestion by the city can afford $900 for seven
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issued Tuesday by County Judge ,lemp- I 1" I graded road south of Starke a- effect May Council passed the Councilman Wayne Douglas: that lamps to install on
T.: A. Yawn upon'a petition filed tyJ; 15 pint bottles [empty J; and _ round midnight of Saturday Mar. measure unanimously on a motion electric service be cut off for residents mercury vapor
the same day by County Attorney 8 fifth bottles' [empty]. ( 4 : ;- ( 11. He was last seen .aliy* when by Mrs. Ruby Johns seconded whose bills are, 20 days the street.
fl't.., Frank Landrum. Hartmann said yesterday that '-i) he and two companions, Kling by Carl Hurst. The watr mini- overdue. The city alre&dy has A motion by Mrs. Johns for the

In his petition Landrum set the liquor originally'seize'd from Griffis and Austin Bell, both of mum will increase from $2 to such a policy, as stated on resi! council to appoint itself as planning

forth; that: "In 1943 one Albert him consisted of 43 cases 01 which Starke, were towing Griffis' pulp- $6 and the water tap-on charge dent's utility bills but it is not committee for purposes of

Hartman was arrested by the then 10 cases were later returned to H-\I wood truck to the Michigan Ranch will go up from $27 to $54. The strictly-enforced. recertifying the city's Workable

BherUf of Bradford County Florida -.h im. I on SR 100 with Bell's car. Both minimum sewer service charge "We have 250 to 300 people who Program was passed.A .
for 'Sheriff Reddish told the Commission Bell and Griffis thought Brown will to $3 from and would "
violation of the intoxicating go $1.50 sew- be put In the dark Clerk' letter was read from Bradford::
t liquor laws in force at that time. that 'no Inventory of the I 4 was with the other party and er tap-on fees will increase from Edwards'.said if the measurt were High Schol Principal Hugh B. In
That a quantity of lax paid con- liquor was. given to him at the I &."", ." ..... missed him only after reaching $60 to $120. put Into effect. "Our office goes gram congratulating the city's

traband Intoxicating liquor found time he took office. 12 years ago. the ranch. Mrs. Johns stated that inItrease'd' to .every effort to collect," he police force on performance of
in the possession custody and Former Clerk of the Circuit Court ; 'Irwin Martin Mike Darby Named, Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish rates would enable the said, "and, collections are in better duties at the recent district
control 'of said defendant. was A. J. Thomas Sr. advised the present said this week that Brown was I offer water or sewerage to shape now than the: have basketball tournament held at the

seized and stored in a safe place Clerk, Charles A. Darby> that Football Captains For 1961 Season probably riding on the back of the I I those residents who do not take been since I've been in office. Ed- BHS gym.
in the Bradford County courthouse ;he was sure an original inventory pulpwood truck and fell off and city current, and still get them wards also opposed more stringent

I where it has remained until this of the liquor was made. Darby !'was fatally injured by the truck's out cheaper 'than putting in enforcement of the cut-off dateon
Captain Irwin Martin and co- standing! defensive linebacker. HomesteadersFail
day. i said, however, that a diligent wheels when it hit a washout in septic tanks and' buying pumps.If the grounds.that, besides being
captain Mike"Darby will head_ the Starke fans will long remember I .
earch of the
courthouse records had i graded road.
"That the defendant H rttnann.I 1961 Bradford High Tornado foot- I a citizen taking water or sewer unnecessary it would takj more
forfeited his appearance bond and i failed; to reveal any such in- strive the plucky cornerback topping ) The deputy said the body: was I sen-1ce'should later add city current work to be cutting residents on To File

no further proceedings \\'ere' had ]ventorr.t ;''for bailers next season as they Palatka's power plays around the. i'I found approximately thre their fifth consecutive Key-
in the matter. Se\'eral.attempfs by the County stone Conference title andperhaps end "in Bradford's first win over I, .a mile from where the truck :i iran i; would revert back to the old "People complain about high For Exemption
"That this Intoxicating liquor : Commission to dispose of the : out of gas. He also aid i(I I charge, council stated. electric rates," Douglas said "But
the Maroons in 11
.Is not now needed as evUence at liquor, at one time valued at more another'The two undefeated senior' lrttennen'were y'ear. years. who,I there was a washout in the road I II''I "People who .want sewer servicebut some people get off very cheaply I I Only 195 persons who received
than Coach Lennard Register.
any investigation prosecution orj $2,000 met with strong opposition elected bv their teammates: 'last [Where Biown's body was found. I not, .lights should have it," without paying their bills at homestead exemption benefitsfor
other proceeding for the violation: from local temoerance will coach the North high-school ,; Griffis is being held in the Council Carl Hurst emphatically all." 1960 have not signed their renewal -
week at the close of spring
J of any of the intoxicating liquor l leaders who opposed tlw sale, I I tice. Martin earn .I his 'second prac- All-Stars in, the August .classic,1: County jail under $750.:: stated. "My complaint is that you can't application for 1961, Tax

laws in this State. I I''even to hospitals for medicinal :1 varsity letter in football tlis: season ,mid next year's teams w'll have i bond: on chargs of driving while I City Clerk Merrill Edwards: said run a city on a charge basis," Assessor Gene Long announced p

"That in the opinion of Sheriff I jj"it purposes, on the grounds that as a starting signal caller and more size, but will lack speed and U[i intoxicated and no drivers 'icense. the new tap-on fees would not affect Douglas said.; He also said that if yesterday.
P. D. Reddish, of this County, ani would put the" county in the was selected quarterback on the experience. "I Bell, manager of the Michigan persons already using city people,knew .their lights were going Under the law the assessor has

of jour Petitioner this inroxicating whiskey business. !! All-Aiea team picked by the I* "A successful season for us next !Ranch, is also charged'with driving -I to be cut off, they would makean no authority to grant this exemption -
liquor has no commercial! value The wide disparity between the will depend I while intoxicated, but ;as re- effort to pay their bill on time.I unless the application is
.Gainesville Sun. year on our
amount of liquor Hartmann says __ sopho-ij l leased when he posted $500 bond. Council Sets "The
due to breakage, evaporation Darby earned his first varsity mores," Register said speaking of j i r i only residents why don'tpay signed and returned.
and the destruction o( labels and was originally seized and the a- I i outk2.30.$3.3OPerFIat this year's B-squadders who also | In contrast to Griffis and Bell] now are temporary enters "All persons who do not sign
letter this past season as an -
stoppers by insects over a period mount shown by the last inventory -I went undefeated. The coach also !who were heavily intoxicated, Reddish -]1 i Gripe SessionStarke who leave town," Edwards stated. the application must pay an ad

of about 18 years, and that no was not explained. : said that a number of juniors. said, the autopsy report on I : Chairman J. D. Doyle told council valorem tax of $41.25 per thousand
wholesale liquor dealers interested Of the liquor that still remained I Brown showed him to be only ; members that such dollar based on
are Starke Boy' Gets who have thus far not lived up to city council has sche- a measure valuation
i, ; in buying it in lfc" present to be poured out Wednesday, ; their potential. will have to come lightly intoxicated., The report: uled a unique meeting next deserves much thought ard advised the 1960 mUlage," Assessor Long
I condition as provided under many of the bottles were only \ through for the Tornadoes. also stated that'Brown died of Tuesday night March 28, at them to take it under con- said. An additional $15 per thousand
Award For
the law. about two-thirds full, athough: i Ten lettermen will return next .numerous internal injures including '. which citizens are invited to sideration before taking any ac- will be added to those who

I. "That this Intoxicating: liquor the cap seals on some rrnained1 season, Register said, but only ( broken ribs. Reddish I present their complaints to the tion. 'live in the City of Starke. Thus a
has, been a controversial tesue In unbroken. Evidently much of the I Junior OlympicsLynwood three starters, Martin,. Darby and j theorized that Brown felt'from the board. Other Activities Starke resident with a home valued -

;this County for many years and I alcohol content had evaporatedover end Billy Dowling, will be back.1 I truck j and was hit by its wheels The "gripe sessions" are to Bradford County Hospital Board I at $5,000, who Is entitled to
.that 1 It is to the best inteiest of I the years in spite of unbroken Walters, son of' Mr. "Our next year's team will have before he hit the ground since be. held 'on' the fourth Tuesday requested a joint meeting with homestead exemption and does not

4 the people of the County tnat the seals. Carboard cartons containing and Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. ha, received < "-, good potential but will jiist\faedij; the autopsy showed that he was' I night, of each month solely for council Tuesday, April 4, to discuss apply for it, must 'pay a total
matter-: be disposed of once 'and .the ,liquor were,crumbling a-: a Junior Olympicpatchf and experienced," said Register, who not run,, over completely 'the purpose\of rivinr "'citizens: "fluctuations In city current; c'puntynand city tax of $281.25tha.t
way from rot, and roaches'and'I Award Certificate lor his first has coached the Tornadoes; to four a chance to air their complaints causing unstable; operation of delicate he would not have to pay if
other 'insects had played havoc place finish in the intermediate straight Keystone Conference Red Cross Drive before the entire coun- machines in the hospital. he had his homestead exemption

t with labels and stamps on the I division of the pole vault event, in titles and who has never yet lost cil. No other business! will be Since April 4ig a regular meeting renewed.A .
Attempt Seen t bottles. The wine smelled sour,I I!the Junior Olympic track piogram a conference battle. I. Launched Tues. considered. night council agreed to. send I list of persons who have still
ant: the whiskey smelled "weak"due in St. Petersburg last summer. Meetings are to beheld in one representative to the board L not applied for exemption may be

to evaporation of the alcohol. i The meet was sponsored by the City Hall from 7 to 9 p. m. meeting with a report on the situ, found on page five of this issue.
'r Oust Castro After the content of the bottles j I Florida Association of the Athletic : Bradford County's Red Cross I ation. "All those: wanting the exemption -

0 [I were poured into the sewer, the i I Union of the U. S. Filing OfWetDry fund drive was launched Tuesday: Sunrise Service A manufacturer's representative for the first time on a new
I empties and cardboard cartons i The young BHS pole vaulter I with a kick-off: breakfast at the is now checking: the gener- home or one bought during 1960

A prediction that an attempt ?[were taken to the city dump. {'} took first place in the intermediate Guidon Grill.Chairman Scheduled For ators in the plant to find the should! -apply in, person bringing
I 'Would be made to overthrow the i, Thus. ended the long and check- division of the 1960 National AAU Vote S. E. Sparks announced Football Stadium source of the fluctuations the with you your-deed' other proofof

Castro government in Cuba. with ered career of perhaps the largest Junior.finals.. that John Simpson would current and should make his report cwnersfaip/' Long said. This

'. in the next few months was made seizure of bonded whiskey in thecounty's A letter accompanying the serve as co-chairman of the cam. The annual Sunrise Service will 1 before April 4. must be done on or1 before April 1.

'by Peter Fresneda, Bradford High history. award said, "Your accomplishment Petition SeenA paign to raise a, $2,000 quota for be held at 'the football stadium Council refused to remove park-

School ,Spanish instructor, at the 1 in being first in the nation in this Red Cross programs on the national Easter Sunday morning at 6:30: ing meters from the west side of
Rotary Club Wednesday. Batten Donates event brings great credit to yourself state, and local level. He o'clock. Court Street adjacent to the Students Attend

Mr. Fresneda, a former resident -:11 your family, and to :our: as-. petition circulated by the also announced the appointment t Rev. Bob Badgett, president of r courthouse. County Clerk Charles
4 of Cuba, said that many Market Stock sociation." North Florida Tourist Association of Mrs. L. J. Green as chairmanor the Ministerial Alliance and pas- Darby, had requested removal of

Cubans had great faith and high calling for a wet-dry referendumin the Woman's. Division cf the tor of the First Christian Church, the meters in behalf of county Regional FairSix

hopes for the Castro regime during To Boy's Ranch Court Shoe Repair, Bradford County is expected to drive. 'will be in charge and Rev. Barry I I officials for increased parking
:i its first year, b.ut that the be filed with the county commission -J I The colored division will be' VanDeventer of the First Pres'facilities for courthouse business.
dictator had turned too far left I Edges Local FinanceIn when it meets on April 4. handled again this year by C. C.j byterian Church will be the, Removal of a meter. city fathers winners, in both senior and

and that he was beginning to lose; R. L. Batten, who recently retired Midget League The 120 days which the association Anderson' of Lawtey as chairman, er. The High School speak-I 1 1 I state costs the city $70 per junior high school, of the Brad
many of his followers. after many years of farmIng had to obtain signatures is assisted by Negro School Super bring two special numbers. year and that revenue from the ford High School Science Fair will

,., He said, however, that the pre. southeast of Starke. has donated In the play-offs for second place, up April 11 but Mack Futch, attorney visor Ozora Shell of Starke.* The service is sponsored by the meters Is already pledged for travel to Live Oak this weekendto

dicted, overthrow. would' have to be 20 shares of stock in the :. in Midget League Basketball last for the petitioners, said he Other workers will be announced Ministerial ,Alliance. The publicis payment of the meters. compete in the regional.
done the hard way and might result Farmers Produce Market. Inc. of j i thinks enough signatures will be as appointed, Mr. Sparks said.. invited. On a suggestion by Mayor W.. Science Fair.
Court Shoe ReJ .
in much bloodshed. He said it, Gainesville to Florida Sheriffs'Saturday night obtained by the April meeting of If they win In regional competition
was wishful thinking to hope that Boys Ranch at Live Oak. The !I pair edged Local Finance 12-11 to' the commission. petition must _____ the students will go to the

the economy of Cuba under Castro stock has a face value of $500. ;,' take over second in the final I bear the, names of at leas 25 per P- State Science Fair to be held this

would flounder and cause the Deputy Sheriff Dalph: Reddish: : standings. Johnny Westfall and I II cent of the countys mistered _-!_ '.' 1., ,_. i year at Florida Southern Collegein
downfall of the dictator. Russia L who accepted the stock on be- j Paul MeLeod led the winners with voters if a wet-dry election is to 'ft -- Lakeland.The .

and Communist China are giving t I half of the Boys Ranch trustees 6 and 4 respectively, while Bobby r )be called. The tourist group is I!I group will leave Slarke at
much economic aid to Cuba to see i.exPressed appreciation tor the !* White hit for '1 and RonnIe Tom- composed of motel and restaurant I 7 a. m. Friday morning for Live

that this doesn't happen the 'I!gUt and said that other gifts ij'ij'I ,:linson for 3 for Local Finance. owners in the county. I Oak where they will stay until

( speaker said. Any overthrow will L ;'especially I building materials or 1st, Andrews Drugs; 2nd Court: Bradford County has anen dry, the fair is over Saturday night.
have to come from "the unier-i i i livestock, will be appreciated by !1 Shoe Repair; 3rd, Local Finance for approximately hah a century >\ I Several of the student's parentswill

ground." Fresneda added. I Iri the ranch officials. jI I I Co.; 4th Register Gulf Oil. although several petitions calling j : accompany them on the trip

I The speaker was introduced by I for liguor votes fell short,, of the i Instructor Richard H. Jockel said.
U Tom Casey, program chairman.A required number of names,, j I I The six winners and their projects -
report on the Tallahassee I \ When the petitioners file their j Ij II l I are:

F district meeting was given by) document withthe county board I j II i:2 ,, Til :i .i i Linda: Wasdin, "EJeetrophoresis
President H. A. Bishop Jr. and Berry Quality Price Up I it will go immediately, to supervisor 1' ., .. _______________ .' i-' yc\ L .4 -. jof I Hemoglobin-"
others attending. The Starke' of registration. Mrs: ) Marion I Vicki Devrick, "Embryology. of
Club's song leaders, Junlus Smith* Crosby for verification of names. : : : ; ; ,Chick."
In Of Rain
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and George Huggins and: pianist. Spite Although it is within'her.rower to Harriet Goodman, "Study of
:Mrs.. Lloyd Green. were invited' strike any name from the list, {I Mammalian Larnyx." ci
to conduct the song sessions at I Improved quality and strengthened I Since shipments started here I Mrs. Crosby states that it is her 7- I i Donald Thompson "The''.Jupiter
the district meeting. prices brought renewed hope March 8. through Tuesday. March intention to be as lenient as possible -:, |I C Rocket. -. -
I ito Bradford County strawberry I 21, 11.383 flats have been sold at when she compaies the I I Mickey Dansby' ""Magnetism

Holy Week Services I growers, this week after a gloomy the market for a total return t) names with the registered voting i ji __ ', 'I and Electricity."
start on the 1961 season.In growers of $26.673.10.verage list. She also stated .that, she i! -- L David Dyal, "Cactus. and Succulents.
12 Noon Daily spite of heavy downpours of price per flat over the two-week] would attempt to get the names I ." <
Monday Through Friday rain [over an inch plus some hail period was $2.51. with a range verified as. soon as possitfe and i I Lawtey Takes Title In City Cage League r The latter are winners in last Saturday, and more than two from $2 to $3.10. to present the petition back to the I junior high division.
First Methodist Church inches Monday night] berries Saturday's hail did considerable commission at their May 2 meeting I I Lawtey team captain Barry Bueholz sitting aid Thomas Tom Tatnm Johnny: Bates, Bill Dick- .

looked good Wednesday and prices damage to strawberry fields in if it is presented to her on front and center, holds the. trophy his team won erson. Spurgeon Massey and Bob Bates, all members ; Jaycee Noegel's
REVIVALhampton ranged from $2.30 to $$3-30j> 12- I certain areas nc
pint flat. I growers reporting heavy loss I I' is Calvin Osteen who Is holding the second On the extreme left ia the front row la X. BL Top

Baptist 'Church Also contributing to the more I of bloom and fruit and some plant !!set 'an election date ,within 60 i it trophy he accepted for his Keystone Heights team. Smith,,member of the pity Recreation Board which Jaycees and

I Mar. 26 Apr. 2 optimistic outlook Is the fart that' damage were I> U. Morgan Jr. and t !days after the verified petition isj I Edgar Adridge is holding the third place trophy presented the trophies to the league. Recreation Auto won in last week's Noegel'a bowling
shipments from Plant City are D L. Starling. Starling's plants i :]filed with it, and must advertise I II I which the Professors won. .
8:00 P.M. Director Bob BenDer b seated at the extremeriffht. league matches. The Jaycees rolled -
slacking off [around 2,000 flats were "beat into the ground" and Ijthe,j I referendum 30 days In ad-!!
From. left to right in the back row are Don- ; over Blanding Tornadoes 2908
'v. G. STRANCENER Tuesday] and competition from J will take several weeks 'revive. ,I vance This would make the, e1eer -
1 j to 2677 and Noegel's won over
Evangelist that point will soon be over I Huggins urged the use of Cap I|Uon fall sometime In June. County -f.! Lavrtey tied with Keystone for Morrison and Billy Anders who them but time saved\ the Profs.-4 "! Gem Jewelry 2997 to 2884.

County Agent G. T. Huggms renewed tan fungicide spray or dust to help> j Clerk Charles Dajby stated] first place in the City League going had 10 .and 8 points respectively. David Bristol. hit for 20 pointsand Glenn Wade of Gem had the
This Space Contributed his advise to growers to i control fruit rot and leaf spot He s I Ii j unless the board calls a special> Into Thursday night's games, Morrison sank 3 of his baskets Edgar Akridge had 11 to lead I hip game of the night with a
Weekly to Publicize concentrate on putting a quality i said it was definitely obsel'\"eell&st i i iI j,meeting early In May to approve I! the In the last 2 minutes when the the Professors while Dean Acker 222, while D. A. Jones of Noe
Community Events by package on the market. He urged I season that berries with regular1'i the petition. ,f won league title the easy way Seniors were closing the gap fast. lea Presbyterian with 15 points. gel's followed with a 807 Jones
growers to pick their berries when I applications of Captan had- sup- i!i Darby estimates the election will i jI by taking a forfeit from Key- BUbo Powell led the Seniors with Float Standings: W L had the high three-game

THE COMMUNITY they are "just right" even if it I;ei Ion qualities. j|..I cost the. county from $1,200 to I stone., In other games Juniors 'points. Lawtey 9 1 the night with 598, and averagefor Jaycee -

means picking every day. hIt may be worth applying Cap $1.500. He said he wished the beat Seniors 27-21, and Professors The Professors had to fight off Keystone 8 2 Harold Davis rolled a 537.S .
STATE BANK The package on the market tan every five days .[depending on: election could be put off until edged Presbyterians 38-35. :Professors 7 3 S Team standings (in order of
OF STARKE today determines the prhe that weather conditions at a nte. that October since no funds wore.budgeted The Juniors upset the Seniorsto a last-minute rally that saw Calvin Presbyterian3- 7 r rating): Blanding Tornadoes,

: : :-, '1 "or, will be paid, day, after tomorrow would give good' coverage** Hug this jear for such. an election win their first game of the seaso'n. Pace score 10 points in 3 minutes Seniors ." 28 Blanding Hurricanes, Jaycees,

Huggins, said. gins said. ; ,' .\.,. :/. ?,"'f.': ,behind the shooting; of George to pull Presbyterian up with Juniors _, 1 9 NoegeTa, Gem Jewelry. ,


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&i.-___ -_. -- .- _. ._ _u_, ._- Misses Flora Slade and Marian Everett McKinney spent the I I Paul Feddich of Daytona Beach NOTICE OP INTENTION TO .dated, March 9th. 1961. and entered Decree, to-wit:
-- REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME in Chancery Case No. 12-939:: of the The North Half of the Southeast
1 McClane of Tampa, classmates at weekend in Miami on a combined !returned \to his home Wednesday I r Notice is hereby given that the 1 Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial quarter of Northwest quarter of

FSU in Tallahassee who spent the business and pleasure trip after a week's visit here with I I undersigned under the provisions of Circuit in and for Bradford County, Section 25, Township 5 South
Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Florida wherein C. E. Miles and Range 21 East, contajning 20 acres
past weekend here with Flora'sparents. 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jack-on and friends.: i' Acts of 1941 will register with the Dallle Miles,; are the plaintiffs and more or less, lying and being situate -
I Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade children Becky and Mark. and Friends of little Dianne Yawn, Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and W. J. Johnson and Carrie Johnson in Bradford! County, ,Florida.
were joined for dinner on Sundayby Mr. and' Mrs. Fred Leonhard at- daughter of Judge and Mrs. I for Bradford County upon proof of his wife, are the defendants, I will Dated this 9th day of March \.
publication o this notice, the fictitious sell to the highest bidder for cashat D. 1961.
Miss Agnes Watson and Al tended the Cooper-Jacksonwed- Theron A. Yawn will be glad to ;I name of Band G TRUCK STOP the front door of the Bradford (SEAL, )
IH THE NEWS Watson, of Keystone Heights ding in Keystone Heights 'Saturday learn that she is recuperating atj I- under which I am engaged in business County Courthouse Starke. Bradford Charles A. Darby,
at Rt. 2 Box 219-A, Starke County Florida at 10:00 o'clockA. Clerk of Circuit! Court
John Blummer of Tampa and evening at 8 o'clock in the her home after being confined be- Florida. ., M. on the 27th day of March. i i By Marian L. Crosby

.,. __. Emory Cross of Melrose. Episcopal ChU 'tli. I cause of mumps. Harry C. (Frank) Broadway. P. A. D. 1981, the following tU-s.ribed I Deputy Clerk
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Mr. and Mrs. George Renton of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan: and)I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Yancey of owner. '

: ,Melody May of Homestead Friends of Mrs. R. E. Mundroffwill Belleville Mich. were weekend children of lake Butler were ', Atlanta Ga. will spend the week- Dated this 14th day of March, A. -._ - ,j- : ::: = : [i-; : : = = =:-
she is D. 1961 at Starke, Bradford County, _. ._ _- _. :-
: spent Friday and Saturday herewith be glad to learn that guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. guests Saturday of Mrs. J"rdan'sparents i)end ,here as guests of Mrs. Florida. I

I her uncle and aunt, Mr.and getting along nicely after spend- Firth. I II Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Law- Yancey's brother-in-law and sister -! 4t-4-16 watch for

: Mrs. Robert Barksdale. ing four weeks in the Jacksonville I Gene Shaw a student at the Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining.Mr. I -

Mrs. J. W. Kincaid and Mrs. O. Convalescent Hospital in Jackson: II University of Georgia Law Sehool i, son.Among those attending the.Rotary and Mrs. Vining have as their In The Circuit Court Of Florida..

I : L. Beasley spent the weeKend in ville.Mr. Athens. Ga., spent from Thurs-J convention in Tallahassee I I guests today for' luncheon. Mr. i For Eighth Bradford Judicial County.Circuit.IB Chaueery310R'rOAGE I. Aid SWARMlN"G

Tampa. guests of their brother- and Mrs. Cary Nazworth of day until Monday here with his i,Sunday through Tuesday were Vining's nephew and niece Mr. [ FORECLOSURE .

I in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. Jacksonville were guests Saturdayof mother :Mrs. F. J. Shaw. They!Mr. and Mrs.. Junius Smith Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vining and young :. C. E. Miles and Da Hie, Miles his
wife, Plaintiffs. W. J. Johnson
C. Hoppe. their parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. spent the weekend at their sum- and Mrs. H. A. Bishop .J..., Mr. son. Lonriie of Deland. and Carrie Johnson, his wife.

1 Mrs. Sara Hunter and daugh- T. Nazworth and Mr. and Mrs. I mer home on Brooklyn Lake and and Mrs. Freeman Register Jr., Judge and: Mrs. Theron A. NOTICE OF SALE TERMITES

ter Miss Sonia Hunter who was Barney McRae j and Mrs. Robert Barksdale had luncheon :'JoUCIs hereby given pursuantto
were joined there by Mrs. Shaw's Mr. Yawn as guests a Final Decree of Fort-closure
S home last week from Asbury College Seven senior Girl Scouts. en- son-in-law and daughter Mr. and !George Huggins and Mrs. L. J.1!Monday Mrs. A. G. Young and ,

in WUmore, Ky., and Theron joyed a weekend camping trip at Mrs. Carl Lamar Johns and chili j Green pianist for the Starke: son, A. G. Jr. of Reddick.

: Hunter, were dinner guests last Gold Head Branch Park last dren. I f. Master Sgt. Steven Richards. SEE
( Club.Mrs. ..... .'
Wedriesday evening of \dr. and weekend. Chaperoning the girls Midshipman: H. Graham. : F. J. Pellum, Mrs. Arthur i)who has spent the past two .':.

: Mrs. Ercell Edwards at their home were Mrs. Pat Cauffman, Mrs. m of the U. S. Naval Academy., I'McRae. Mrs. Wayne Haines, Mrs.I J months here after a tour of dutyin 1 'NeigHwr'WITH DIAL

Raiford. Lola Garbett and Mrs. Gerald Annapolis Md. arrived today to Lennard Register, and Miss j Scar mento Calif. left today

- Mr. and Mrs. Bayard Stoun and Ewing. spent the remainder of the week I Madge Middleton attended the )for a two-year tour of duty in

son. DeWitt. of Gainesville were Barbara Jean Andrews cf Jack- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. ;business meeting and banquet of Bermuda. His family will join

Friday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. sonville spent from Thursday to H. Graham.Mr. j,the Alpha Delta Kappa sorority|him later. .WO 439.65 .

I Clyde Terwillegar. They vere accompanied Sunday here with her uncle and and Mrs. L. E. Jordan and !at the Seminole Hotel in Jacksonville '! James Watson and daughter.Mrs. JIM WATSONand \

_ home by Byron Terwililegar aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. 0 Dansby. son, Harold of Oviedo were weekend I last Thursday. While in1 I, Nita Mullins of Detroit, on March 31 TERMITES COST

who spent the weekend Mrs. E. C. Morris of Pompano guests of Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Jacksonville Mrs. Register and Mich., have ben visiting for .. FREE

with them. Beach was the guest Monday of Mrs. N. T. Hitch and Miss An- i Miss Middleton also attended the 1 several days with his brotherinlaw SPECIAL.GUEST. u. s. HOME OWNERS

-A "Mrs. Jane Anderson of Tampawas her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. nie Darby. They were joined on I'tea given by Kappa Delta Pi honorary i, and sister Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus INSPECTION

_ the weekend guest of :her sis- and Mrs. S. G. Denmark.Mr. Sunday by Mr. and Mrs Cliff educational society held in : E. Beam on Morgan Road. Geo. T HogginsBRADFORD FIFTY MILLION AND

t son-in-law and daughter Mr. and and Mrs. E. J. Dowling Mendoza and young son, Kiffy, of the Skyroom of the Independent]e 'Miss'Clair Jean Mundy was on *

Mrs. Jack Trawick. spent Wednesday and Thursdayin Jacksonville who spent the day Life building Thursday afternoon.Mr. :the Dean's List for the fall DOLLARS ANNUALLY ESTIMATE

ii Mrs. Harry Rabb and sons, Har- I Lakeland visiting their .son-in- here.. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson: and 'semester at FSU. Only sfudents 'COUNTYAGRICULTURAL

ry and Robert, of Marianna were law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.R. Friends of Mrs. J. H. Gill will children. Sally and Sonny Kay who make an average of B or AGENT

,j guests Sunday of Mrs. R. V. M. Lee, and family. Mr. Lee regret to learn that she is a Smith, and Hazel and Ge'.ie Cog- FLORIDA PEST CONTROLAND
better are included on the list.! at6:45 A. M.
Chapman. Mrs. Rabb and Harry is an instructor at Florida Southern patient in St. Luke's Hospital in dill spent the weekend in Auburn- .I : on

JT&l were returning home after spendIng I College in Lakeland. Jacksonville where she is under- dale I with Mr. and Mrs. Lawson'sson Phil McDilda was the weekend Powerful Channel 12 CHEMICAL CO.

the weekend in Jacksonville Friends of Mrs. D. B. Brown going treatment and observation.Mrs. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and I I I guest of the Lex Greens. WFGA-TV, Jacksonville

A wifci relatives and Robert was will be glad to learn that she is R. J. Davis spent Friday Mrs. David Lawson and) other I '-v_ :::: :: _.: : :
at her home after I MADISON: STREET BAPTIST I -- --- ---'- -- ..........
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returning home after spendingthe recuperating and Saturday in Gainesville; withI relatives. While there they attended -u-- ;;;: -

weekend with Mik Fogg. being a patient in Bradford I her son-in-law and daughter Mr. the Orange Festival in Winter 900 Block W. Madison St.

They were accompanied a3 far as Counly Hospital several days.J. I[ and Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr, and Haven Saturday night. L '. : "
School Jim Law-
Sunlay 9:45.
I Lake City by Mrs. Chapman and I. and M. I. Ogden of Pompano family.Mr. i Mrs. Dave Paulk and her mother '! son. Superintendent. 1'tL.lI .:.. .... .9 J; <*?I .I. >.' DI"'D") ; :
Beach were guests Sundayof spent'
son. Bobby.MBS. and Mrs. John Simpson and Mrs. Margie Underhill Morning Worship. 11:00.:
of Williams- Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling.Mr. in Jacksonville with Mrs.
Elmer Frey Mrs. Eva Fernandez were visitingin Sunday Training Union 6:15 Jim Harden -
p port Pa. arrived Sunday tu spend and Mrs. J. H. DuPre spent Palatka Sunday. They were accompanied Underbill's sister Mrs. O. E. Director. 20 Words or less, one time __..._______ .85 Memorials Resolutions ______...__ 5c per word

p several weeks here with her parents Saturday and Sunday in Dublin by Mrs. R. J. Davis, Petcher who has been 'rtously i i Evening Worship, 7:30.: If not paid In advance ...__________ 1.00 Card of Thanks up to 50 word _____ 2.50

,, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Comp- Ga., where they attended the who was visiting her aunt Mrs. ill but is recuperating out. her: Wednesday. Prayer Meeting Keyed or Blind Ads -----________._..__.... 1.60 Over 50 words __....______________ 5c per word

ton. also of Williamspoi-t, who funeral services Sunday afternoonof IE. O. Causey. home now. 7:30 Each additional word over 20 _________.05 Display ads in Classified _.b___ 1.50 per inch
have 'spent the winter here. Mrs. Mrs DuPre's uncle, Hu bert I. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and Judge and Mrs. E. K. PeIryman j -

w Prey will accompany her parents King of Washington D. C. daughter June spent the weekendin returned last Wednesday. after IT'S A FACT employees are entitledto FOR RENT One store building, FOR REXT! bedroom nicely furnished _
home when they return .n April. : Mr. and Mrs. W. E. hanley:: Statesboro. Ga. with Mi. and spending several days in Miami' A. J. THOMAS REALTOR Chiropractic care under Work-i 1 furnish Apt. and on* small unfurnished house with carport. For
JacKsonville and children and Mrs. C. H. Cal- HAS FOR $,\LE mans Compensation Laws. Request'Chiropractic house at 321 Temple phone i'. couple or with an infant child Inquire ___
Mrs. Mae Jones of Mrs. J. R. Wilson. with Mrs. Perryman's sister. Mrs.C. Five acre lot. 1 mile of city limits, care and enjoy the i WO 9-2981.:! ttchgl I at 733: X. Thompson St. tfchg _
was the weekend gutst of her sister lahan and children all of Miami, :Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. .and children F. Sayles.Mr. 330 feet paved street frontage. Seeit short route to recoiery. i iBellinger -I.I

.. ,'Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mr. were weekend guests of Mrs. R. A. spent from Wedneslay until and Mrs. Ed Collins and and make me an offer. X. Walnut St.Chiropractic, Starke. Open Clinic l', \426 FARM FOR REXT Furnished 2 bedroom
Two and one-half lot 'enI
acre near I house.
For Gas automatic! water beam'
and Mrs. Glen Duke and Crosby and: Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Sunday in Decatur Ga. with Mrs.Haynes' son Tommy of Bartow were Bethel Baptist Church. Price J1.003.: IngR. ltp Equipment ; and range. Xicely I furnished

daughter Terry of Ft. Lauderdale Conner. They. were here to attend parents, Mr. and Mrs. guests Sunday of Mrs.. Collins'brother Eight acres Xorth of Starke on HAVE OPENING IX THIS AREA i I Plowing Grounds kept by owner. Adults. 61.
in the summer the Crosby-Dukes wedding which and Mr. and U. S. 301. Price J4.500.00 FOR OXE MORE $100.00 PER Planting Ijake St. Call Mrs. A. F. SOuls, Uu
spent the weekend I Davis G. Scott. They were accompanied sister-in-law Equities in furnished and unfurnished 4744.: tfchg
home of Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch. took place Friday afternoon as far as Fairburn, Ga. Mrs. R. G. Paterson.Mr. homes. $1,800.00 and up. PER WEEK WEEK MAN,MAX AND, AND MORE WE STILL$75.00 INDUSTRIAL

on Kingsley Lake. They came! to March 17. by Mrs. O. L. Hayn, Sr., who and Mrs. George Hugginsand Several homes exclusive in the individually fl''JOO.OO! designed to- HAVE THE OPEXIXO FOR THE j' Equipment For Every Job j i.i' house FOR ,RENT 4 rooms- and Nicely ba.th. furnish Recently I

attend the DukesCrosby"elding: Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPie were spent the time there with her family spent Sunday afternoon $20,00000 class with reasonable $6 LIMIT J.OO PER 29 TO WEEK 63. 11 WmIAN'QE<' YOU ARE, Superior Tractor Co. decorated at 734: X. ,"alnul.Ht._ Upp

which was an event of Friday business visitors Tuesday m Day- brother and sister-in-law Mr. and in High Springs visiting terms.If Interested call: A. J. Thomas, WELL MET EASY TO GET ALONG i i Phone EV 9-6772 FURRENT >
p Large Wart nllfiE'
March 17. tone Beach. Mrs. H. E. McLarin. Mrs. Huggins' mother Mrs. Louise Tel. WO 4-5701. WITH, REFERENCE AND HAVE GOOD MAYBE CHARACTER YOU-i 5353 W. Beaver Jacksonville ('"II ''''0 4-4344 Mrs ireene' Itchs

(" Friends: of F. M. Crawford will Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen will Jeffords. CAX QUALIFY. WRITE MR. TOBACCO
l PLANTS for sale. Ira
Ji .. regret to learn that he is a pr- visited the Florida Historical spend this weekend in Cocoa as Mrs. Dwight Marshall and children GRI'., X.EX}E.' 659 ATLAXTA WEST PEACHTREEST. S. GEORGIA.Stchg ly For furnished Rent 3 cottage.room and Available hath nice Feb. Starling phone AI..' -7S77, Macclennv -

-1 tient in Bradford County Hos: Mt'seum in Gainesville last guests of Mrs. Hazen's brotherinlaw of Apalachicola were week- A --- 46I 1. Phbne WO 42261. Margaret[ How- Fla. :2tchg! 3 :"in

I pital. Thursday.BULUNGTON and. sister Mr. and Mrs. Alta end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben ., I ,. ard. tfchg: FOR SALE New 2 bedroom house
I I.t: Ashurst. Rowland. They were accompaniedhome I FOR' ALESi ; WANTED EXPERIE.NVKD wait Small down pa>'ment rest like ..pmt"11"1'
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Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong hadas Sunday by Mrs. William ,Florida apartment, 21 room. 5 ;j ress. Hours 11 a. m. to it p. m. I 11 I __ Up
bath Two block. from P. O. Rancho Restaurant.
their luncheon, guests; Friday Carter and children, who. will ,I 210 %. Cherry. See onnert J. 8.8ulliigton. I! lip.1.. SYLVANIA TV's
SUGGESTS [their uncle and aunt, Mr and spend a week there. .ITffbb I I rFOR RENT 2 bedroom u'n-furnt.' Sales & Service .

1 4'I Mrs. R. S. Moseley of Ft. White.Mr. Friends of S. L. Peek Jr.., will I.i I II' .S.ished Water duplex.St. Newly deeoraiwi.Itchg 3f'4 STARKE RADIO fi TV

The Appropriate ,I'I( and Mrs. Herlong's Sunday be glad to learn that he returnedto I RADIOS RKPAIHED) |I II Phone WO 4-8311

I guests were their son and daugh- his home yesterday from St.Vincent's TheatreDouble : All Slake All ModeU 'I FOR SALK -" Jeep station wagon. FRIGIDAIDEAPPJ.IANCRS (, -
'heap! Se r ll
GIFT ReAbonable CharaGuarante..d; Graham at AlvarItchr*-
ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs F. V. Hospital in Jacksonville. SHCPHKKD.S RADIO and TVlamaa I 5t.rp, *

And Thoughtful Herlong, and their son. Mark, of He entered the hospital 'ast Sat- Greta. Owaer '' FOR SALE .
-- Acre of lake and
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41: E. Call St. Phone
Jacksonville.Mr. urday for observation.Mrs. Starke.. Fla.spjciti4 acre of land with 3 room cabin, :t -(; FOR SALE; FRAME HOME. Can
and Mrs. Frank Weaver of T. H. Terrell and Mr. and Feature Program miles X. of Sfarke. 100/ ft. off PS ,be blks.financed.South End of Euclid St 3
201 Inquire Baldwin Grocery. Ce... : on Alton Rd..1. W
FOR EASTER Williston were guests Satmday; of Mrs. J. S. Edwards returned Tuesday SAT. MAR. 25 i t MV PRICES TillS i iI I F.llio! Rt. 2 B-ix 5S-T 3p .1-23: 'I i Thomas. .tfchg j
Mrs. Weaver's brother-in-law and to their home i STbiirham, N. I IWKKK, 0> THK WORLD'S FINEST ,: t' i1 > >V>li BiV>'liBlllBBBiVi MBi ip>"N>iHiViBHiBiMili HBi
Yon SALE Sofa bed and matching -
sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. r. Jack- C. after a visit with Mrs. Terrell's 1st. Feature.lt6ri1lJilm t(i. I:. TV The Proof I. In The i:1: chair platform rocker lounge! ;(. McGarvey Nursery
son-in-law and daughter :Mr. and i Pk-tore i i'i chair coffee table Call WO 46973after (! Petunias Pansies
son.Mrs. 1-6. IX Console Stereo :5 p. m. or any time duringweekends Alyssum,
Durkee and Mrs. Ray Parrish. &#tVf71i 11t. IsII
Charles baby, Nl : .
1 Candy Tuft Daisies
Itchy &others
1-C. F. 13 ft Comb. lief. & Vrrrirr ,. I I ,
II jShelia I left Friday to spend two Mrs. C. S. Hicks and Mrs. Ruth Front Guard sewer Any Front I I 1 i.
I HO JIB FOR RI.r.n 7 U. S.
I'weeks in West Palm Bea h with Kincaid of Greensboro, N. C. were 1 (ini G.> Range J. Uc.fiRIFFfieaeral room bungalow on corner owner.lot. Carport ,.

Major Durkee's parents Mr. and guests Tuesday night of Mrs.Hicks' Electric: Dealer and utility room. Xear tennis-, 2 mi. N. of Lawtey
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court and play grounds. 451' ( .nter'it. 1
Mrs. Albert Terrault. brother-in-law and sister, rw2nd. ,.
WE HAVE new lu..n program for e tfchg i
Bud Lawson, who has been takIng Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Sheppard en farmers. Loan 01 1 to fi Jean WANTED -R. X. or L P. X. Nurse
for the entire credit require FOR SALE j for relief work. 4. days a week
his basic training at Ft. Ben- route to Miami.Mr. .
Ready mix concrete, concrete block I nn.-.tor. Hospital tfch
r Bound In mints of the farmer and bin fimlly. <
ning Ga., will be here with his and Mrs. H. L. Speer hadas Gainesville l-roductlon Credit rones.. fence poits. sand, cement |i
parents Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Law- their guests last weekend Mr. Feature Association. 820 ; BeautifulLeatherette Gainesville. Fla. '.fch. : Llnerock and Ro.f Gravel. Phone! Tit welcome Mnrke newcomers.PtranaBl .
son, until March 31. At that time Speer's sister, Mrs. C. H. Chevesof ,' \\O4-2521. Bradford Engineering!jI dltcnlflrd rtnlx-M-

) : he will go to Ft. Jackson Columbia Griffin Ga. .KOREA PATROLTOUGH FOR RENT 3 room apartment. :I ('1.. tf'hg I! position., find('ulturf'InllUllTe. poIse mere appearance Important -- _

S. C. to attend clerktypistschool. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli I Electric kitchen. Christian couple :I FOR REXT Furnished ern"lt'np than hanlaeKM tralnlav,

; :. While here this week Mr. and daughter Miss Elissa Stefan- I only. Phone WO 9-1545. tfchg cottage for bachelor Modern and I IN "e train you. Car .et-e.*.rr
r attractive. Hood
neighborhood Writ Klrlnar
personal description
... BLACK Lawson is visiting with his brother em spent Sunday in Ga'nesville ,CALL CARPENTER JOHNSON? for I $45.AO mo. Call Mrs. Reiner., WO 4- .00d tel'pUaae number to _

: I and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. visiting Mr.and Mrs. Robert Ste-i your carpentry. Woodland Ztp 4-7431:3-30:: 5744._ tfchg 'n0l2.1-t.Stark.Fbi._ : lip _
:; OR I Charles Lawson, in Lakeland and fanelli. TERRIFIC! I FOR PENT jUnfurnished house PKYTOV PLOItHT _
I WILL TRADE with anyone for at :210! E Adkins. Phone WO 9-1811. .
with his sister. Miss Elizabeth) Mrs. W. A. Stern and Miss 11 M. THOMPSOV $'F.
:' WHITE Lawson inVest Palm Beach. Louise Stern attended the St. THRILLING! i!!larger suitable.house'all, and WO pay 4-0863.difference:2tp! 3.0::if tfchg i l"nOSE0 WO 4-3891 er. WOi.2 MMGHT _

The YWA's of the Madison Louis Symphony in the ''Jackson SEE: YOl'R SHELL dealer in Law- TISTln': FLOWERS
Richard and FOR REXT 2 bedroom furnished tey for fishing equipment and WP. WIRE FLOH'KHfl ASYWHKHB
ville Armory Starring: Emory
Street Baptist Church enjoyed a Friday night. house. Modern conveniences. Central: worms. 4tp 3-30 trt'h'
-_ -_ supper meeting at the parsonage Mr.. and Mrs. W. H: Thomson. !, Teri Duna. heating. Klnfrsley Lake. Year round .
-- tenants. Mr!?. O. I... Bfasley! phone
-T EXTRA LAROE( two-burner clrcula
Monday. night from six until eight and daughter Evelyn of FOR SALE Business-residential.
Cartoon Gentlemens Cent WO 9-1491. tfchg
I Monti'j : rnmblnatkm property at 217: E. ting oil heater for sale cheap
o'clock at which time they made cello were weekend guests' f Prownlee St.. tarkf'. Fla Contactowner Suitable for industrial or large _
tray favors for the Tyus Convalescent Thomson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ; FOR SALE 14-foot fiberglass at 6950! Rollo Road, Normandy home use. Must move now. We need
: SUN., MON., TUES. fishing outfit with 7': HP motor. Subdivision Jacksonville, Fla., or pace Bradford County Telegraph _ _
Home for Easter. F. F. Stump. j i Shell :Station.;; Lawtey. 4tp :3-30: phone EV 4-6138.: tf chg] WO_ _4-S101: __ tfchg _ _
Mrs. A. E. McKinney spent Sun- Mr. and Mrs. John A. Torode I MAR. 26, 27, & 2810ILOBRISDA --- I
day in Jacksonville with her and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns': COLONIAL FLORIST FOR SALE Wooden typewriterdesk INTRODUCTORYOFFER
I Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke. and swivel office 'halr.-1IrH..
brother and sister-in-law Mr. and are attending the Florida Petrol- j JULIE HADEVERYTHiN Flowera! wired any place. Flower W. E.: Middleton. Ph. WO 4-ObOl tf I
Mrs. L. H. Hazen. eum Marketers Association in e.n A see OFSHo-Ma! fur all occasions lo al1y. ; Phone' I Engraved Business
St.; tfchgt
WO 4-C2M. 506 East Nona ;
Jacksonville. will to I, 4 _l\ FOR REXT First; floor apart- I
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Williamsand They ,return h I t Stationery
ments. Close in desirable. Alro house 1-
daughter. Janie of Jacksonville their respective homes tomorrow. I FOR REXT Xlce unfurnished I| for rent or sale Very easy term. I 500 Letterheads
"... bedroom house.! Xewly de<'oratfed. {
X. Cherry St. tfchg
were guests Sunday of Mrs. night. j H ANTHONY I I Phone WO 4-ft393.: Itp 500 Large Envelopes

0 Religious Williams' brother-in-law 'and sister Arch Thomas Jr. attended the] :FBANCIOSA 1BNE FOR REXT 3 bedroom unfurn- I 500 Business Cards

I Sentimental .-' Mr. and Mrs. One Wiggins two-day v training school for, ihed! house at 509 Clark St See I FINEST ENGRAVING
Other guests of ,Mr. and Mrs. freshmen legislators in Tallahassee ( \ I|Rill Graham at Alvarez. Stchg i-
I 48.05
Serious Wiggins the first of the week were Tuesday and Wednesdaj. I DRAPERIES. SLIP COVER?* and

Humorous Mrs. Wiggins' brother and sister- Mrs. Roger E. Simmons of "60HAKEDlf upholstery work done. Call )In. Plate Included _

I in-law Mr. and Mrs. John H. Jacksonville was the guest Tuesday THEWORID Howard Tucker 4274, Keystone 4-13 I BRADFORD COUNTY
Heights. Fla. 4tchg I
Hemingway of Elizabethtown,. N. of Miss Louise Stern II I TELEGRAPHYOUNG
'h3 _
.. WIDE S C. j William A. Pope of Washington FOR RENT-Forniehed. apart II
Reasonable rates. Near
Ga. was the guest of, Miss Lu *- METROCOLO* ments. I I MAN WANTED In cutting _
) PRICE Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mizell had as shopping center phone WO -!fbJ1 ; room. Must be steady reliable and
RANGE their Mr. Mizell'sparents Green over the weekend: !Ir call at 21? S. Cherry St (Shell willing to work. No experiencenecessary. _
guests Sunday !
Cartoon: When Ma Goo Flew flu{| Co. Office.HASTINGSMAI'FRESS. No drifters
\ Mrs. Arvie Maze had as week Aptly I
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Peeler tt..h
t I II Lake Butler Apparel Co., Lake _
his sister Miss lone Mizell end guests her,son and d1l4ihter-1 I .... I P.lltll', Pla Itragi

r and Roger Flemming all of Jack- in-law. Mr. and Mrs. WED., THURS., & FRI. > i "OK RENT 3 bedroom houne. ;11
of Talladega, Ala., and Miss Josie UPHOLSTERY WORKS !Ix. W CypreM ________
: sonville. & St. J. IL Moncrlef.
Maze of Jacksonville. PaUffiaFurnitWe gtchg 3-80
I II 710 Lemon St. -
Dave Long arrived: Monday from I Complete Tee Service 1
i George Patten, son of Judge \KVKR TOO I.ATB TO JOIN II
St. Andrews School in Middle- i Upholstered )
WITH EVERY PURCHASE and Mrs. Geo. I> Patten,.has'been Repaired. Pruning Bracing De-BIoss-I'I .SVE.VIXO CLASSES for adult. All _
: : town, Dela. to spent the spring Refinished | ubje!'t Credit if wanted. WrU
named to the rush committee of & tog Cavity Work Tree Removal :
I .. holidays here with his 'parents, [: Director. Pox 110. Starke. or call
the Interfraternity_ Council at !MATTRESSES REBUILT : TranpIant1ngSapp's WO 4-3071, or' visit Adult Educa-
Col. and Mrs. T. T, Long. Mrs ion Offh>e. USO Bid .
( IIui for addi-
I Larry Fren h of Glenn Mills; Pa. I Stetson University. He is a mem- New Innersprings Tree Surgeons tional information. Negro adult

; 1 liL Wrl I arrived today and will be the ber of Sigma Ku fraternityMr. ""Pt E'I and Box Spring, t PETE 8APP. Owner ?ontac principal RJE Sahoot--tfcfaf ii

guest tonight of Col. and: Mrs.Long. c and uh. Hewitt Williams Drop VI a Card or Call STARKE PHONEn) 449413: WORTH THE TRIP -T

ITD.ts Tomorrow.Dave will aecoD :spent the weekend .in Jacksonville: j tl SEVEN I PALATKA KA 5-8166 For Expert Tree Surgery Call Oar' Mobile Homes-Always below _

I pany Mrs. French to Pompano ,l with Mrs. Williams' mother Mrs: STARKE WO 4-ttS Agent : market and clean.
.., I J. F. Rogers. I I ISgt. suiiSIT41 tt\ N. Temple Phone WO 4-S963:
Beach where he win join'Mr.'arid I J MBS. PEGGY 8HALLER, Stark. :; LAKE GENEVA

I : Mrs. Uovd Lewis and will be their. [ Ray E. Carter left last i i'I' ( .treat t TRAILER PARK
I BULUNGTON' guest until March 30 at which 'Friday f France. for. about two Mondays thru Friday after 5 p. ro. 1 mi. SE or Keystone Hts. -
: : time he will return bra few days 'I'years duty with the U. & Army.)I 7ftikfl FOR SALE Apartment size stove. All day Saturdays. :1 on Route 100 _
: dinaette ; Charts S21 Pratt St. : _
Upholstered: chrome suite i Hutchesos. .
visit ,trith his parents beforedrivingMrs. His family will join him later.
[ Wettinghouse washer, 'WO 4-1195 IJtrhg 4-13
: i .;French, back,to,.Fennsyivania i- I For the past three years *Sgt.Carter'and vanity Phone. WO 4-3S15 after 2:10 haf'VOle'MAI.e: ....-..-....a II...*.arM.,. ....tlf.Uy bI!.* _
j : : : STUDIO & GIFT SHOP [ ,and resuming.his studies at. 'his ''family bare 'been Cartoon:' Daniel Boone, Jr. P. m. ftp 323LEAR ALL TYPES LAWN MOWERS .U..*.>..+.. H.... .a4 .UU. Bat
sharpened factory way. Pick up and fcee. .
p4$ trt* 'It .*M. IllS Pratt
;' .*.- -- ; St. :Andrews, on April, 4.- -.. at. Ft,_ Jackson..._ _. .dt&1: i r--.w---- ---- -- --- ,. --' ---- _. .-. tray:, .phone TO FLY-Contact WO 4-4951. Lacy tfebg Con- delivery.41441. Calvin Johns. phone. tfeb WO&' St.'AGE ?.... '\\'O'faSltl ..,_'WQ t-IJt1.tleq _



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d Mrs. Gayle Dukes Richards Hosts At Connie ChasteenEntertained Social Security !days of each month, from 9:30: a.1 LATTEB DAY SAINTS

1 Weds Gerald Formal Dinner m. in the courthouse. The representative Services each Stuuuy In old
CrosbyIn At
I Party Payments BroadenedRecent I Masonic Hall on E. Call St Sun-
; will check to see if the
Friday CeremonyMrs. lay School 11L m. Sacramen
( Mr. and Mrs. Richard Richardswere Birthday PartyConnie new changes will help secure pay-
changes in social secur- Service 8:30 p. m. ,Everyone
hosts Tuesday evening at ments' for the individual.
Gayle Dukes, daughter of.. Chasteen. daughter of ity regulations allow payments to
their home Blanding Road
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Duke of Ft. on Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Chasteen, Jr.,
j when they entertained at an informal many persons previously denied,
Lauderdale, and Gerald Crosby honored her 6th
dinner honoring was on birthday according to John W. Spam, district
party -
GdYI! Moot YI son of Mrs. R. R. Crosby and the anniversary Saturday when her
brother and sister-m law of the Gainesville
I late Mr. Crosby, were married mother entertained at birth-
I Womans Friday night, March 17, at 7 o'- Master Sgt. and Mrs. Steven Rich- day-picnic party from 11 a. m. Social Security office. It '..It possi-
Club Successful
Sponsors ards and family who are leaving
/ clock in St. Mark's Episcopal until two o'clock at the Starke ble that some persons whc have
St. Patrick's Day Dinner At Clubhouse Church. The Rev. R. E. MacBlain, Sgt.soon Richards for Bermuda will be where on duty Master with Woman's Club and City Park on tried to get social security checks .

minister of the church, performedthe Church Street.
"\ The Starke W; an's Club sponsored H. Graham, Mrs. Eoline Smith, double ring ceremony in the the army for two years. Eight of Connie's little friends within the past six years, but
a successful St. Patrick's The long table where guests were turned down because of too
,' i Mrs. Gladys Weldon, and :Mrs. presence of the two immediate met at her home on Cherry
:Eve dinner at the club house :Margaret Blankenship.Little families. were seated was covered with a little work credit, may now be
Street, where
white damask cloth and centered they. were served eligible, Mr.
| Spann said.
Thursday night, llarch 16, with
1'. Women serving during the The bride given in carriage punch and where Connie opened
Mrs. Clyde B. Jr. I;with a beautiful arrangement of "Many workers born after 1888,
t Tenvillegar
evening included Anne Matthews, by her father, had as her maidof her birthday gifts. Then they
serving as chairman. Mary Dugger, Sara Osborne honor azaleas and greenery. and many survivors of workers
Kay and only attendant, her went to the park to play
1 Other at this delightful who died since 1953 will
The club house was transformed guests helpedby
Dennis, Kathy Struth, Linda Hil- sister Miss Terry Duke of Ft. ; and have their picnic.
into a beautiful spring garden by debran, Sara Woodburn, Jane Big- Lauderdale. i party were another brother, G. W. After lunch served this change in work requirements -
the use of azaleas, bridal wreath, Richards and Mrs. Richards and they were ," Mr. Spann said. His staffis s
ham Barbara Vernon
served best
Blankenship, Sally Crosby as birthday cake and ice cream. The
palms, fern, and magnolia leaves. Sink, their family.Garden now trying to locate all those
Jit Margaret Douglas, and Di- man for his brother. cake, iced in pink and decorated
The buffet table, covered with a Firth. who would be helped bv this
After the
ceremony a reception
in pink and blue, held six burn-
white linen cloth, was centered Door prizes were awarded dur- was held at the home of Club To ing pink candles in blue holders. change. '

with an arrangement of Belles of ing the evening to C. A. Futch, Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch. Meet Favors of Easter baskets and Anyone in the Bradford Countyarea

Ireland and white stock held in Col. and Mrs. J. A. Griffin, Ken- The couple left later for a short Monday NightThe plastic dishes for the little girls who have been turned down r

a silver and crystal epergne. Tall, neth Grider Mrs. H. V. Knight wedding trip. for retirement or monthly death
Starice Garden Club will and pop-guns for the boys were
five-branched silver candelabra Byron Terwillegar III Freeman payments in the last six years o
meet Monday night at 7:30: o'clockin presented at the conclusion of the .
folding lighted white tapers flanked Register Butch Smith, Ewell ReedTatumMarriage should contact the Social Cecurity
the floral centerpiece. Silver' Lawson, Mrs. J. E. Hardy Ver- the parish house. party. representative who is in Starkeon
1 Miss Dorothy Ross, Mrs. Chasteen was assisted In
I appointments were used! in serv- non Silcox Mrs. Charley E. Johns, Is the second and fourth Thurs-
chairman, has announced that serving and entertaining the
S. G. Denmark, Evelyn Sinclair,
1 ing.Individual tables, where guests Mrs. Dolly Brown, Mrs. H. G. February Event the program will be on flower ar- young people by the honoree's
I maternal grandmother, MrF H. L.
IJ ranging.
were seated after being served, Bellinger Mrs. H. P. Moye J. H..
Miss Elizabeth Ann Tatum Hostesses are Mrs. O. E. Crosby Brownlee, and her paternal great
were covered
white linen
DuPre, Mrs. W. F. Glenn, and AUCTIONBecause
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ThomasW. Mrs. Vasco Hazen, and Mrs. grandmother Mrs. J. W. Lee of
lighted with green tap- Mrs. G. J. McGriff Sr. Tatum of Lawtey, and James Tyler Jones. Atlanta Ga.Barbara.

ers. After dinner, card games were Chilton Reed son of Mr. and
the dinner hours Mrs. Of The Easter
During enjoyed'by those present
Mrs. H. E. Reed of Pensacola, were
G. S. Newcomb presented a mu- married at 3 p. m. Saturday, Feb.I Jr. Women To Hold Schmitt Holidays, We Have

sical program including piano Mrs., Effie MastersIs 25, in Gainesville by Dr. S. George Annual Egg HuntThe Celebrates FifthAnniversary Postponed Our AUC-
numbers by Burge Searing, Mike Clark.A TION Until
and Miss Charlene Den Honored At
reception was held after the Junior Woman's Club will

nis; a girls vocal trio composedof Surprise PartyMrs. ceremony at the home of Mr. and hold its annual Easter Egg hunton SaturdayAPRIL
Sally Anne Epperson Sandra Barbara Ann Schmitt, little five
Mrs. David Brown in Gainesville.The Wednesday afternoon at 3:30:
Craven, and of and Mrs. 8-10:00 A.M.
Patty Kay Lyons; year daughter Mr
Effie Masters was honored bride is a senior in the o'clock at the park on Church
and vocal numbers by G. S. New- Charles Schmitt was the honored
Saturday University of Florida College of Street for members' children up Bradford Bldg. Supply
evening when her
comb and Bill Shiner. guest at a delightful party last
Mrs. P. G. Felos, co-chairman, daughter Arlene Masters, and Pharmacy.Phi Mu social She is a member of to eight years, old. Thursday afternoon from 3 till 5 301 E. Call St. WO 4-5291
Martha Griffis sorority; Kappa Ep-
has announced that approximately entertained at a silon o'clock when her mother enter-
professional sorority; and the
$350 was cleared on the St. Pat- surprise party in celebration of Student American Pharmaceutical tained in celebration of her birth-

rick's Day event. her birthday anniversary. Association.Mr. I The executive board of the.. Junior day anniversary at their home on
The setting for this I Woman's Club will: meet
Mrs. Tenvillegar attributed the I lovely affair :: Reed is a graduate Duke E. South Street.
was the honoree's dome on of Thursday night, March 30 at 7:30:
success of the dinner to the work University and is now enrolled in The car-port, where the partywas .
of the following committees: I McMahon Street. the University of Florida Collegeof o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ran- held, was decorated' with ar- i
Decorations: Mrs. Charles Beautiful arrangements of azaleas dal Chitty.
I Medicine. rangements of gaily colored bal-
Schmitt Mrs. R. S. Wasdin, and were used throu&out the loons and artistic flower arrange- 2nd

:Mrs. Leola Roberts. party rooms in decorating tor this Mrs. Gerald Glamor Party ,ments. NOTICE!
affair. Crosby
Tickets: Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr. To Be Held By Games were placed during the
Dining table: Mrs Jeannette During the evening ice cream Is Honored At afternoon.The .

Kincaid, Mrs. Calvin Houpt, Mrs. and cake were served by the
Parish Little WomenA refreshment table was over- I
Clyde Sinclair, and Mrs. Logan Ii young hostesses, assisted by Rus- House ShowerMrs. laid with a party, cloth and cen-
sell Griffis. I
Baldwin. special "Glamor Party" tered with a birthday cake, iced
Mrs. Herb Thomas was in I The cake iced in white and decorated her Gerald Crosby who priorto meeting will be held by the Little in white and topped with five

charge of individual serving tables, with miniature yellow 17, was marriage Mrs. Gayle on Friday Dukes, March Women's Club Wednesday night, burning pink candles. A unique BOTTOM DOLLAR
and was assisted by :Mrs. Julian roses and green leaves, was top- was
honored March 29, at 7:30: o'clock in the arrangements of white chrysanthemums
McRae and Mrs. W. D. Thomas. !ped with one large yellow rose delightful Tuesday evening at a club house. Plans for the party and toy party Cowers,
miscellaneous shuwer in
Mrs H. V. Knight chairman of and burning yellow birthday can- the will remain a secret until the placed at one end of the table,

food preparation was assisted by dles. Before Mrs. Masters blew I Hostesess parish house.for this lovely affair "big night." and a large tray holding favors of i! GOES

)lrs. Charley E. Johns Mrs. H. out the candles the guests sang Each club member is asked to miniature Easter baskets filled
I were members of the EpiscopalChurch I I
H. Adams, Mrs. Foster Shi Smith, "Happy Birthday", accompanied i bring her own sandwiches, and i iI with brightly colored Easter eggs
Mrs. Herbert Ritch, Mrs. D. L. I at the piano by Linda RII's. Women.
The I Mrs Ruby Johns will provide a and marshmallow bunnies placedat
( refreshment table, covered
Thomas, Mrs. T. H. Slade, Mrs.Para I About 17 friends and relatives I case of drinks. the other end balanced the
I, with an Italian cut-work cloth,
Hunter Mrs. R. P MeLen- I were present to enjoy the evening r All members are urged to be 'birthday cake. At the conclusion
\ was centered with an antique
don, Mrs. N. S. Dankel Mrs. W. silver candelabra holding lighted I present to enjoy the "glamor." of the party the toy blowers were

removed from the floral piece and
pink tapers and centered with an
artistic arrangement of pink a- Ladies Council were given as favors, also.

zaleas, sweetpeas, and bridal Mrs. Schmitt was assisted in
Circles MeetCircle serving ice cream and cake and
wreath. A large fan arrangementof
pink and white azaleas and I entertaining the little people by Under our new pricing arrangement, we are now able to
One of the Ladies Councilof Schmitt, and
MOTORSEXPERT her daughter Mary
bridal mantel. wreath decorated the : the First Christian Church Mrs. Margaret Howard. compete with the larger stores, giving you SAVINGS OF I

The punch table was covered met at the home of the leader. About twenty-two girls and 12% to 20% in almost every department.
Mrs. Ella Mae Chastain with Mrs. boys were present to enjoy the
with a white linen cloth and
Margaret Blankenship in chargeof with Barbara Ann.
: centered with the punch bowl
the devotional. Plans were -
which was encircled with bridal
made to send an Easter gift to a
wreath and small pink azalea little six-year-old boy, sponsored Altar Society This is NOT a sale. This is NOT a clearance. This

: FRONT END bowl blossoms.were Presiding Mrs. Lucian at the Conner punch by the circle at the Southern: Meets Last Tuesday 'is (NOT an accumulation of odds and ends. THIS IS
Christian Home Luncheon was'served' I
j and Mrs. H. C. Brown.
I at 12 noon. St. Edward's Altar Society met OUR NEW EVERY DAY POLICY OF PERMANENT
The receiving line composed of
I Circle Two met at the home of Tuesday March 14, in the parish DISCOUNT PRICING
Mrs. Herbert Thomas, Mrs. Crosby -
Mrs. Grace Fullwood at Kingsley tall, with opening prayer by Mrs. I
the honoree, Mrs. R. R Crosby
Lake. Mrs. Tressa Jordan gave
mother of the groom and Robbie Shaller. Mrs. Owen Vaughan -
ALIGNMENT I the devotional. Refreshments were
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, stood in frontof i president announced the following -
; served by the hostess.
the large fireplace. Circle Three met at the homeof nominating committee: $1.99 BOYS CHINO Size 6-16 $1.99 LADIES & CHILDRENSBOUFFANTS
Floor hostesses during the
Mrs. Rosebell Tomlinson. Dur- Mrs. Joe Wallace, Mrs. H. O.
ON ing were Mrs. Edward Bums, Mrs.R. .
J. Davis, Mrs. O. L. Beasley ing the business session, presidedover Bates, and Mrs. Mike Gilhooley. TROUSERS $$137 $1
by the leader Mrs. Maude
I and Mrs. Mattie GahaganThe
Andrews plans were made for a
NEW JOHN BEAMVISUALINER auxiliary presented Mrs.
bake sale and bazaar for the
Crosby with a silver tray.._ BAPTIST CHURCH $1.00 BOYSSHIRTS 29c LADIES
benefit of the building fund. Mrs.
I About 50 guests were present to .Alva Smith: a member of the circle Sunday School 10 a, in. Mom-

j enjoy and hostesses.the party with the honoree from Gainesville, was present. ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training 11 PANTIES 4 for $1 i

_ S Mrs. Tomlinson, assisted by Mrs, Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Service .

Susie Beaver and Mrs. Leona, 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting each

McDavid-Green English, served refreshments. Wednesday 8 p. m. Everyone wel- MENS & BOYSUNDERWEAR $1.99 LADIES

The Very Best Marriage Set come.-Rev. R. L. Lee pastor. 3 for $$1| DUSTERS $$177

In Front End The marriage of Miss' Carolyn Recent Birth)

McDavid to Kenneth Leroy Green D ICTARKE

will be solemnized Sunday afternoon Bradford County Hospial an- $1.00 BOYS STYLE.BONNETS 59c COTTON

MachinesYour April 9, at 3 o'clock in An- nounces the following birtns: FL'SUN.lION.TUES.:.\

tioch Baptist Church in LaCrosse.A Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Limmons 2 for
reception will follow at the of Sarasota, a daughter Debbie BRAS 8Sc

i home of the bride's parents Mr. Sue March 14. .,

'I and Mrs. A. F. McDavid at Brooker. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wilson of MARCH 26-27-28
'' ) Franklin,I $1.00 LADIES & CHILDRENS $1.00 PLASTIC
Brooker Charles
Authorized Ford a son, Village of the Damned
I Invitations are not being sent :March 15.

) but all friends and relatives of I Mr.. and Mrs. William Andrews I Starring: George Sanders, and BABY DOLL PJ's 8Sc DRAPES 2 for $1

) the couple are cordially invited. of Brooker a daughter Angela Barbara Shelley.

..11] Dealer In Bradford County THE RIGHT POINT for the I Kyle. March 19. Five Guns To ...
i Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Sellersof
way you write. Come in and select TombstoneStarring
Lawtey, a son March 20.Ay .
J jour favorite ESTERBROOK i ,
Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. I : James Brown and John -

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Starring: Spencer Tracy Fredric

March and Gene KeDy.Mastange.

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I bids.City Of Starke FloridaDy S. Patch, StarUe", Florida, and file
M' every family. A farm pond 1 is. a natural recre- !:, : Merrill. Edwards, City Clerk. | the original ia the vfffce of tho}
Farmer's, DiaryBy Study the habits of the family, ation center- for those who live j', 3-16 3t :3.301Tit'1 : Clerk of the Cffduit Court March,on 1961 or;
btfere the 2Tlh d3f.f
before planting even a single near it, and is also often used for r -:;; :i 1 I otht>rwi>*> the allegations of saidI
\() : UEFIUIn
r Sam )McGarver blade of grass. A few .families use' i I will be taken as con-
swimming, fishing, boating, '! Circuit Court Bradford (Count., Compliant
the front door many eater the t Florida i In Ohancrrjr. .:|i feust-d 'h y you.
hunting, and ,
skiing. shall be publi.-hed om"each *
I Ii I iN'orma This! notice
Ii i house via the carport and the! Chandler, Plaintiff, vs Ilirb- w.vk for four conaecutiwefks \'.-
i so far we like what we've. heard :: rest drive around to the back The unfortunate feature of a 'I aid. Chandler, Defendant. .i in the Bradford County Telegraph -
so Case No. 1:-57
We J JI JI i about the new farm 'pond is that it i fc also a : TOT'l'E.U To Ru>hardChandler
May Be Watched! secretary :or agrilI i'i'I.culture. the,neighbors won't see the latest i iI > : Dated this 23rd day of February
i I He sounds like'he is try- j, purchases. body of water in which d!' \\'nings whose residence" Is un- 1961.OFFICIAL.
N1r We I ins. to do. something. about the !,i l[I Besides the landscaping for.' ran occur. Drownings are the outstanding You are hereby notified that a; ( SEAL)
told that
are three men in inconspicious dark suits I
small farmers, instead of running''i non-motor-vehicit: causeof : s.tit for di"orcthas' been filed CHAIIU-: A. DAKPY. .
got off Convenience of assorted sues of : iu. tbt- 'above named 1 Clerk of the''Circuit ConrtBy
an airliner in a large West Coast City one morningnot ( accidental deaths aa n.-t vou
him off I among people -
his farm, as his pre1 1 cars and motorbikes, it's a good I'ourt' and cause and you are required Marian L. Crosby
long ago and rented a drive-it-yourself car. Two hours I I I. dessor I in ,the active age groups especially tH Serve!' a copy of your Deputy ClMk.
later did.'S. :, answer or pleading to the ,' 'taint U.. 3' M;
they pulled into a service station in a town of 4,500 formal children. These deathsby omi .
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population. The driver, leaning out of the window, struck': I Starke, is pretty these days, with I park in the street. drowning are due to swimming -
I Just when it looked like I 1i j jI
our I accidents, falls into water hileworking
up a casual conversation with the attendant. flowers and shrubs all in bloom. ,
young Before setting plants, remember'II
berry farmers had one of the big- I FAST EXPERT
"Seems like a nice town you have here. How is it as a gest crops on record in. a1,;. The azaleas, especially ire put- i that just as the house is divided bodies or playing on or near
coming of water, and accidents in-
place to live?" he asked. terrific hail storm came along ,, ting,on. a big show. S at this time. I into rooms, the yard should be \yoking small boats. COURT'SHOE

: "It's great-like it fine," the 18-year-old replied, busily Saturday: and dealt the growersa ;. divided into areas. These are front1or' : '
And The soil Conservation Service
wiping the car's windshield. hard blow. At one farm in the speaking of flowers, have j Tiublic/service or utility, and j I SHOEReran
you noticed what has ben done 'I i incorporates safety features into
The visited of minutes then leilbronn section, the hail cut back or private. | REPAIR:
: men a couple longer, drove 'with the little old petunia; ? I its recommended design of a farm
the l leaves to pieces and ruined t j Design the front area or.ly ,large
away. There's ,, pond. It also recommends that
j one now called fluffy I '
| enough to give the house'the -
t The service station attendant didn't know it, and probably the green fruit.. 11 ruffles, that is immense and one 'i setting. The size of the proper dot II i i i such safety measures as tan be o

never will-but that was a $4 million conversation. IOf the prettiest flowers we'.e seen. ', economically accomplished be
It might be a blessing in disguise and the house are the :inciting 126 NORTH COURT ST.
The strangers were quietly sizing the town as a .f i I done during the construction of
: up possible as far as the price i is con- factors. I'I :
j And how about what they'redoing the farm pond. These include :3 STARKE FLA. '
II location for a $4 million, factory-a thing that goes on cerned, for the storm which hit I Front Yard x? ,
j out at the Prison! The I 'I evenly grading the borrocr areas
in hundreds of month. ap- For better. looks make the front {
r towns every from Valdosta, Ga., all the
way ; E.:1. HALL Owner &
proaches to the place beauti- below pond level to avoid steep Mgr.
are i
What would have happened if the service station attendant down to Plant City resulted in a ': I yard wider than it is deep but in ]i I
fully landscaped, and we under- i slopes and holes in the pond andremoving
4 : had said "It's a lousy dump. Don't see why anybody i price rise for berries. However it harmony with other properties.; I IBetAare I
i stand that they are growing a lot I snags and trash that I Ii
: would want to. stay here any longer than he had to." is the old story: if you got the : of orchids out there. of curving walksIt's i,could be a hazard to swimmers j i While You Wait One Service
easier to work with plants along- or Day
i Almost we'd like more industry for our berries, the price is low, ,and if I i I and boats. ,
everyone agrees
you haven' the price is high. I I side straight walks and !likewise 1 1I ;j I I ... .. ---
: town and county, but how many stop to ask how our community e I Sam really ran off at the mouth 1 I it's easier to mow the adjacent I!I I -- --

; I would stand up under a site sleuth's close scrutiny? Picked our first berries of the about flowers this week didn't'he '''lawn. !: FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH I I

Plant management puts a lot of emphasis, nowadays on season Saturday, and it was like The old duffer must be get Allow enough space in the utility I Lawtey

: whether a town) will be.liked as a place to live by executives old times to have them for des- 1 ting in his second childhood. area for a carport for the ja- .!'! A. E. Massey Pastor NEED MONEY FOR EASTERIf

II and technicians brought in to run the plant and train local sert. We'd have had more but as, lopy,: and the boat and trailer. Bible school, iu) a. m.Preaching .

: workers. They determine this by sending out investigators usual the cut-worms and birds Tool shed, clothes' lines and gar- 11 a. m.

who strike up casual conversations, look around the schools. got there ahead of. u*. I bage cans may be located here. Evening Service, 7:30 p m.
Let's Go : Bible Study and
The back Meet-
I yard is for family recreation Prayer
and churches, browse through back files of the newspapers, I .
It looks like we're going to have to relaxation: and enter- : .ng, 7::x0 pm.. Wednesday.
and generally scrutinize stores, homes, and recreational facilities. -
a good crop of persimmons, plums| tainment. Make it as large as possible -
: Their report may make or break a town in its am- .
and" pears this
year. A jood amount I Gardening
bition to secure a new industry with a fat pay roll. And the of fruit .has set ai.d we j, The first law of landscaping is C.U.L FOR BIO I I you need cash for East

I town may never know it's been inspected.Here hope that nothing happens to it .: simplicity. Follow this 9a'"" and the Pealed City: bids Council will! be of th received> (it\- |Iw ofof p't' er Buying See us. Per-

are some of the things that manufacturers say to spoil the yield. By Hervey Sharpe the yard won't look cluttered. Starke, Florida, at the ('ity' Hall t Q

they look at: Agricultural Extension Service Also, the yard will be easier: to Iin'. Starke 1L. on,Tuesday Florida April until 7 4,:wo a: o which'e.k; 1 I 1 sonal loans handled confidentially

We set out another Cogwoodtree : a maintain.In I. and place all bids .. j
Homes and gardens-"The man who takes good care of I re v.v rt will and quick. You
his lawn and premises would probably take good care of a : but after our experience with I Landscaping was once a staple j i selecting and spacing plants J on I* the publicly following opened: and read aloud N %A5Y

machine." the: others we've tried were not i operation. remember to consider relative size j nebular gasoline, approximately: 4 won't find Lower Rates on
too hopeful. For some reason or : Settlers chose a spot with built- of mature plants with the size i i 9.000 gallons r
Good shopping-"Our people will expect well-stocked ( i Hi-Test gasoline, approximately : a sound loan than offer.
other, the tree, which does so in features, including a sunny of the area and the size of the i, 20.000 gallons. we
stores, either in town or within easy driving distance." well out in the woods, ups and slope, shade trees and* native j I buildings. | Aho-.e quantities for a twelve .

Desirable rental housing"Construction workers will dies when you plant it at home. shrubs. They accentuated their '! Landscaping is a job that's interesting i months The City period.of Starke reserves the !

4 want a place to live while building the plant.-And some of 55. I spacious domain with pickets and I and a lot of fun for the I I j right. to accept or reject any or all, .

'.t our supervisors will 1 want to rent-not buy." Alice isn't the only one tnjoying whitewash. entire family. Give it a try. I i iI I

Churches and schools-" -"Are major denominations rep- her beautiful crop of sweet peas'' Today, homemakers are lured Sporting GoodsDistribution E- I

this season. A humming bird went onto tree-less fields by streamers
resented? Has school construction kept pace with enrollment -
i ?" over the planting Saturday, just.) and fancy entrances. Homes are 1tIt1 11i

1 when the wind was blowing: hard, cramped on miniature lots. Own- NOW AVAILABLE FOR i LOANS To $600
Recreation-"Is there more than just a pool hall and a
and it was hard to figure out< ers are hard pushed to find hid- THIS TERRITORYWe
movie theatre? We look for community swimming pools, how the tiny bird kept froir. being ;,ing places for the garbarge pail, desire a responsible personto
r parks and well-planned recreational ,If a town the
programs. blown away. trash burner or the fender- Our Soil service our famous Sports _
; has a recreation director, that's a big plus." 5 I dented jalopy that isn't good en- Our Strength Shelf with brand name sport

Transient accommodations-"Would visiting executives All asparagus-loving people take i ough for the front drive. Soil Conservation I! ing equipment from one of I CO.14.t
: like the rooms and the quality of food served in restau- note: the asparagus bed we set Whether country city estate or America's large manufacturers. .

rants?" out 11 years ago is still *li\1ng.1 j,\subdivision, Florida living is ,synj ,- N-E-W-S I r! Service food, drug and variety _

, : Taxes-"We expect to our fair share but we're and sending up shoot each j)j onymous with outdoor Inirg. The I stores with displays of Hunting '
of towns with high bonded indebtedness. On the other spring. Of course what we get, if :>i outdoor living room, is often in, By Bill Haas Fishing, Baseball, Football, f W. Call St. /

wary we are lucky, is just a few tiny i: the front yard, the outside kitchen'is .Basketball and all other indoor
hand, we once rejected a town because taxes were too low. shoots for the crop does not do' the grill in the backyard and.;. Soil (Conservation Service and' 'outdoor sports equipment. r Ph. WO 4-9091 "

\\'e'didn.tfeel they could support the }needed public services well here because the winters are the work room in the house.come -i
I I Complete soil and water con-< Good Income
too mild. | pares with the utility area of the
yard. i I serration farm plans were deliver- Full Or Part Time
I Welcome mat-"Does the community really want new i Jed to J. B. Whitehead and.Marcus.
land Leave it to Alice to try something i i i; Landscaping adds to tht enjoyment : No
1. industry? We like a town with a planning board and ;Mosely. J. B, is planning: to use selling-Operate from home

zoned for industry-or a local industrial committee actively new. This year she planted I l of these outdoor living hairy indigo for a land builder. -No experience or knowledgeof
1 ; some artichoke seed ,raised the [[areas, according to Dr. J. N. Join- He I sporting goods necessary
i seeking new plants. will plant it at the last cultivation ,
plants and is now setting some-!I jer I University of Florida orna- : (We Train You-We establish
: We feel that Starke and Bradford County occupy an enviable '' of his corn. Marcus is using '
out. We had a lot of the vegetable mental horticulture professor, your 'ounts-Calh income
;, position when judged by these criteria.e already while visiting near San Francisco, i" Plants improve the beauty of Pensacola Bahia for his per- starts immediately.Unlimited .

have many of the things desired-good stores: fine schools and it is delicious. the home, increases the usefulness :, manent pasture grass. ,'

l and churches, modern motels and restaurants a topflight 5. i 1! of the yard and enhance the value I I Harry Wilkerson had a complete J Potential c

I recreation program; reasonable taxes-and will soon have Up in Canada they auction off : of the property. Also, a good ': plan prepared soil and water for his conservation farm. His j Earnings Weekly While, They Last!

one other very' important item: a county development authority tobacco this way: buyers inspectthe i landscape plan provides som ,food. plans call for the planting of < Bonus PlanMust

f : actively\ seeking and working with industrial pros offerings, then gather in a ,;for the family table. ,Pensacola Bahia for pasture and I' have car and be able to
in which' Make
room r there is a big Drawings.Landscape
t ; pects. ,, hay. Harry is also doing a good ,devote a few 'hours each week. 210 LB. ASPHALT FROMSHINGLES
clock calibrated in dollars and : projects don't hap-
With all of these advantages, however we must not lose : ''job of managing his timber land. i An immediate minimum cash
cents. The official starts the sale pen-they; must be planned. The
-'of the fact that at time be under secret ;' Ethan Sapp used the District investment of $1495.00 is required $
sight we may, any I of each batch higher than: he plan need not be ,elaooiate. All 1 i $385
surveillance. A discourteous act, or an irritable reply to a fertilize distributor to fertile; his .
I I thinks it will bring, and the amount you need is a scale drawing of t .
4.: question might undo in a moment all the advantages we already I is lowered until one of the 1 the building trees and other features pastures. i Your entire investment is
Billie Varnes and Pete WainWright { protected by- our repurchase
., have to offer. buyers signals by sounding a buz- I f of the lot.
fI used the District's seeder ; Plan.If .
; I, Those of us who come in frequent contact, with strangers, zer. It sounds all very upside- I j Graph or tracing paper will do 4x814". ASBESTOS
cultipacker to plant somt Pensa- you sincere and desire a i
t visitors, and the traveling public should never lose sight of down to us, but they say that ( fine for the initial "art work." cola Bahia pastures. j local interview are! write at once
both growers and buyers like the ; Once the features are recorded, 1 SHEETS
: this fact. Let's not have any wrong answers .to $4 million I I method. i. the real job .landscaping begins.. Several folks have !been interested i i giving name, address and phone iE I $$485

.t I =-questions. in' constructed farm ponds. number.Sports.
5. t The first thing to remember is .
1. & I A' farm pond is constructed for
It is still tbo early to tell but that a landscape project is per- Shelf Corp.
soil erosion and flood prevention I i
Aroused Public NeededIt 89 X. 2ND STREET I
I r Sr.r or water storage for livestock, irrigation I Ii i PIIILA., PI \. RED TOP, CEMENT

f fire protection or fish 1 1I
is gratifying to see law local enforcement agencies NOT; I PLASTER

moving against one ,of the most demoralizing influences i in I I $$11Qg.

our: midst-the sale of obscene'magazines' and other*publi Effective April 1, 1961 the, following rates will applyto ,I > Support

3 cations. Unfortunately, it is not, as, easy to'fight this type subscriptions, to The Bradford County 'Telegraph,

of thing as the average person seems to think. The law says outside of Bradford County and trade area:
,< that if.a. magazine can be sent'. through the mail with a PRIVATE ENTERPRISE HYDRATED' FINISHING,

second.class mailing permit. then it is necessary to have a One Year Six Months Three Months LIME:

.k court order declaring it obscene before it can be banned. $3.50 $2.00 $1.25 99J7

There are many legal technicalities involved. .
: The
This increase, in "out of! area" subscription rates is Principle Which Made, Our
In a recent bulletin to law enforcement.officials throughout -
: the nation, J.: Edgar,Hoover, director of 'the FBI has due largely to increases '11 postal rates and other mailing :, Country Great!'

called for all-out war on what he calls :the "base individuals ,costs jn jecentj years. ROCK LATH $$30Off;

who spread obscene literature across our, land through the There will be no i increase: this time in rates to subscribers I.

means of films photographs, "comic" books; salacious magazines .in,Bradford County, or Keystone-Heights el l:: !, WHEN! YOU THINK OF. GAS -

:. ,. paper-back books, and other pornographic products." rose, Lake Geneva, Lake Butler, Raiford, or Max'i e. ,

The- FBI director says that the time for 'half-hearted: Think BRADFORD

: oblique' action against dealers in 'depravity is past "Al- i. SLADE GAS.
: though ''their despicable trade reaps $500 million a year, Telegraph; I ofYour .. _
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this diabolical business is costing the Nation much more

: than money. It is robbing'our- country and particularly our { : Business .is.'Appeciated'h p 301 E. Call St. WO 4-5291

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District Demonstration Day ,jV4H i- hat Is Recreation? 1 out Bradford in seventh High's place thinclads amongst came a !<> rith ragged the the bar bar at down 6' 3 i'4" but : ., -_ I' : E. Norman. par
;; with his
D'strict: : Demonstration Day : Recreation is a matter of emotions bevy of class AA schools last || ankle, though his i' ,
I was hld Saturday at th? Ravine. rather than body wag well : ChIURCI
motion How Saturday at the 4
University City j i over the height. i
Civic Center in Palatka with approximately -:,,you feel about an activity determines Ptelays. : -I.- Ministe

200 Senior 1-H girls i if it is I j Starke's 880-yard: relay team, _JT : V SERVICES
recreation or work. Starke was not out"of the I __ ::4 z__
participating, assisted by their Recreation is not a waste of excitement -j composed of Seymour, Charles : School .

Home Demonstration Agents and I i I time, nor is it merely by any means as senior i i ilcLeod, _Marion Cottle and Buster !
play or ex- BHS track
stars Sam Gardner and : Worship & Cor.
leaders. i> Hughes placed fourth with __ __ I
Counties in the districteare It is _
provides Hallie Seymour led the local team J; a* time of 1:34.9. just 3.7 seconds -I munIon..,;
Bradford, Putnam Clay, Du- relaxation
and diversion -ffoit with two new meet records. ; 1 behind the __ : Worship
winning Orlando Boone j
? val. Nassau, Baker and St. Johns. from the requirements of regular i The Tornadoes '
racked 21 5/8' *team.
Girls from Bradford County giving -:; work. We need a balance in the points while in state up !

demonstrations at the annual'! 'i types and kinds of recreation we of the highest caliber.competition;I Three BHS pole vaulters also ; ...

event and receiving certificates1'were 'enjoy, just as we need a balance i j placed in the meet'behind the \

: Carolyn Chilson and Linda i i in the food we eat. Gardner was second in individ-J leading jump of 13'4" by Fritchy I :

Cox, I ual: scoring honors with nine points; Smith of Palatka. William Silcox
Starke. Their dairy foods 5; The
tension pressure, and de- behind Gerald Bussell of 1 f -
; Engle-> led the I
demonstration was "Making1' vaulters with ...
:mans! of everyday a 1
White Sauce for Creamed Dishes." living make wood of Jacksonville who had 10.11;i leap of 12' for a fourth tie
pace Reddish
recreation a necessity, not a luxu- The husky BHS star sailed the! with Perry from Fletcher Succeeds Capt. ChittyAs
Knight and Brenda! Greenof of
ry. The
desires of people discus a record 150' 6'* i
to win
Brooker that t: I} Jacksonville Beach. Two local
I showed the "Use and
II are really recreation-to create, event, and tossed the shot put t'L; boys, Irwin Martin and Company 'Commander : !
Care for the Electric Fry Pan" as': ': to try Lynwood Of Guard1st
something new, to 49f 9" for
belong, a second place in that tj Walters, tied :
of their place with !
part electricity II |
; project. to '
move to act to event.
Thelma and Brenda will repea,; ally, to feel secure.develop person- I i identical leans of 11' 6". Lt. Drew!!' F. Reddish was ;his tour of duly with the Army: :

this demonstration at the Clay: Seymour, exhibiting fine form I TEAM TOTALS appointed Company Commander ]he accepted!!' a commission in the I|

I Electric Co-Op Annual Meeting in j We should use our leisure tune 1 i in tying his record jump tf last, Orlando Boone 48 1/8; Jacksonville o f Co. C, 748th Ord. Bn., the local -I I local Guard unit as a first lieutenant ,

! today. a useful way. There is a real I I season sailed 6' 2 3/4"' to win a I Beach Fletcher 41 1/2; Jack- I National Guard unit, this week i I serving as shop officer :

!i Girls attending besides those need for us to develop our inter- first place and set a new meet'I fonville Lee 38 1/8; Winter Haven i' succeeding Capt. Randal F. Chitty,I i and training officer. '
; ests, skills, and habits in (' in the high 28 who i ;
: jump. The tall ; Jacksonville Englewood 24; was transferred and assignedas Capt. Chitty served as unit : .
giving tion '
'I L demonstrations were: activities that will carry: over slender jump had several tries Gainesville High 22; Starke 21 a staff officer of Headquarters Commander for the past .
Kathie Jones, and Buna Wilkerson into the leisure of i|
., 4 later years. gram for the school 5/8; Florida High 17; Jackson- 748th Ord. Bn., Jacksonville. during which time the unit i '
Lawtey; Janelle Pollard, Gail .
Look about you and agegroup. rule! Forrest 11 Shown above with Chitty (left) '
McKinney, see whatyour The public library and ; Daytona: Sea- was designated an Ordnance Company ,
t Starke Bookmobile
: and NormaJean community offers. bieeze 10 l.8 and Reddish (center) is U. Col.
Bob Ben- ; Jacksonville Parker from
offer j an Infantry
; Parrish, Brooker.Accompanying reading material for all HeadQuarters I'Y i,i ;,
ner is enlarging his recreation: ; a 6 1/4; Palatka 6r Bronson T. K. McClane, 48th Div. G-l, who Company.
the girls on the program to include all new golf course, our many lakes Winter Park 3 ; served as commander of the local The I I! :
I S trip were Mrs. ases. The and other recreation ; Leesburg. 21/8:; I new assignmentsver*1| in

Miss Dorothy Ross.Johnny Green and Public School system offev.) night] j in our county. Try them opportunities! Leon (Tallahassee) 1; Mainland I !unit for a period after World War made upon completion of a 1001() 1! &UIU

i& classes and has a summc pro- Don't 0; Lake Butler 0; P. K. Yonge 3 H. per cent audit and inventory of all, j'

I Let Fatigue : 0; Lake Weir 0. I R'? di8h joined the National property and equipment assigned : PENI

Set Up An Accident i 1 Results: Guard when he'a8 in high j i to the unit. The'unit commander' !
SATURDAY MORNIKG Things; go when ; j school ,
wrong you're : After gradual.irj Yntti an1 unit
i administrator
100-yard the !
dash ere ptr
"dog-tired. ((1)) Mann,
Reflexes slow ; :ROTC at
down. I the
University of Florida -
: bonded kofld
"tee] ; ((2)) Johnson Boone persons responsible for all : to
Your mind isn't fully alert. Hands ; ((3)i]) } he served on active duty in the i Tsnjfen.;
MAR. t and
{ (Chalker, Forrest property equipment assigned1to :
1I1I ((4))
10:00 ;
) r' fumble. Feet trip over things. ]Lee; ((5)) McDaniel l, Florida Rushing'High.,i J I!I Army, Transportation 'orp.;. After the unit.Padgett. < i
Eyes don't
: see possible dangers: ]: --
2h r A. M. Homemakers, more than any j! ;10.0 (new record). I j i,Science l Fair To i a.ie INK

other one group, are guilty of' One-mile run (1)), Wales, : Pleas ; ; .

ing when : Winter Haven; ((2)) Thomas, ,' i( ;
r over-tired. A perj; Be 'Seen Over '! run
j Boone; ((3)) Gilstrap, :
setup for an accident. : Englewood; ot pen...
1 (((4) Bruno, Lee? ((5) Hoods, Leon. 'p'r' : Not Guilty : ? .. with
re than five million Anieriare ,' -
SHOWthese 4 41 (new record). i .'
( injured in their homes;i 440-yard ,
relay (1) Boone 1,
year.. Almost 20 percent of ; ; BUY
((2)) Lee '
; ((3)) Florida '
accidents happen in kitch High; (4) Winners of the 2nd 'Annual Science In Murder CaseAbril SUE!
WILL BE Winter. Haven.; ((5) Leeburg: Fair held at Bradford High i I
ens. 2 Some of them are caused by Time i .0a. and aMs :]
: 43.8
(new record) i: School last month will be featured I ,
carelessness* disorder, and misusequipmerft. Skip 1
"BOHERY But fatigue plays 'High hurdles ((1)) Mulisi j on a 15 minute television Z. Padgett, 47-year-old I' _I would;
( Fletcher; (2) program over the University of onJy!y Ae
BATALIIIN"Th Murphy, Fletcher Brooker
jor role in most of them, ; pleaded not guilty ,.
\\ (3) Florida's i pend
Perry, Fletcher educational TV station
e solution: Take time out to> ; (4)) Lang, ,last week to killing the "other'Iman" !; +

AT THE lest. Just five minutes away from Boone; ((5)) Phillips, Parker. 15:6.: channel 5, next Thursday, March ,, in a love-triangle with his t I

the J Job will lessen tension. Take Mile medley relay (1)) Flet- 30, at 7:15p.m. (tI wife on Thursday, March 9. and L I|| ,

ffee break, phone youi neigh eher; (2)) Gainesville: ((3)) Winter The program featuring three I J was bound over for a grand jury i I : .
FLORIDA : 1 knit on Johnny's sweater, or;I Haven; ((4)) Parker; ((5)) Boone. : senior division BHS Science Fair i I hearing.

3:37.6: (new record). Winners and their instructor and :
THEATREthe I relax in a comronacie; cnair ,i, Alachua County Judg& H. H. : :

on the couch. return to I 440-yard dash ((1)) 'Bussell, air' sPonsor,_ Richard H. Jockel, McDonald denied bail for Padgett, :'

These j joa more alert and better prepared Englewood; ((2)) 'Connell, Boone; will 'lie the :second of -a three-part :who is charged with the !;
FREE Shows ((3)) Love shotgun :
Are Sponsored j Winter series on science fairs PARNTS
Hav presented
By : to work safely. You won't!i t:' ((4)o' ) ,![slaying] of Djugias 'H. Brace well, : >
The Campbell, Bronson; ((5)) \' the university's educational !4 ,,I
Following Merchants: miss the "time out. You'll accomplish Thomas, 8-year-old Gainesville ma.i, a co-
Palatka. TV
after : ::52.3. station. It will deal with science 'worker.
more you lest. 1
i ,
TerwUlegar Motor Andrews, 380-yard relay fair research method employed State
Drugs -Ill] Boorue; [(21] Attorney T. E. Duncansaid
206 W. MadNoo' St. LeI in making science fair to UttT KJI to,me
"Winn-DMe : (t31} G
\ Shopping Center"VO I lincsvllle4] ; projects during Padgett's arraignment i I t;,CiWornis,U.S.A.
4-3S81 \VO 4-2511 L. STARKE; F51 that he ',
I Forrest. 1:31.2: could not "conscientiously' j jI
I 1 The show will be on film and I : .
1 nvrecprd1: oP <>se" the I
4 Koch Drug Store Local Finance Company E ,. : Vr ,j will j be video taped Monday,, request for bal][1.

V 161 E. Call St.VQ 116 N., Walnut StWO : 'Sprint-medley relay-[tli i Flori-I March 27.:The three students who Judge McDonald commented L :: I County

:v \ 4-4401 4-0101 or 4-0111 da High; [12)) Winter Haven; [31] ; will appear on the program are however, that he had no alternative ,
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Englewood; (4 and 5-tle] Gaines-: Linda Wasdin and could not base his
Denmark Furniture Co. North Florida Supply THOU6HVtULIVEINOBOUTOFTOWN t ville and Fletcher. Time with her project judgement j on the so-called "un :
: 2:04.7. ;,
f 434 : "Electrophoresis of -
W. Hemoglobin
Call e t.WO ; ."
N. I | Mile law.
1 234 relay tl't
Temple Ave. til
4-4321 : : : : ,Fletcher;, L2] 1 Harriet Goodman. "Stud of Mam- '
"'0 4-2113 d Jt'Sm\1ct'! MR tBoone!; 131 Lee; [4) ''Forrest; 'Rl i malian" and Vicki Derrick, Embryology i Padgett's attorney, Sigsbee

Starke Builder (Winter Haren. 32: ; 'fu w .f- : of i Scruggs, conceded there is ,sufficient -' ---
Supplies, Inr. Underbill, Drive-In LET5VOUOOWMAPXimVIENT( cOld a Chick. evideh & ;
Restaurant : : 'to'hold Padgett: ;
215 I on a i Something New '*
Washington St. 367 ,
1 N. Temple Ave.WO murder .
i Broad charge but said his '
I client
\\O Y bucAir' JiTmp.
4.-1201' EEl] KusselK; I'
41531 # Jyes Set should
8E16AS'C I Ertglevfoodr;' [5l Smith; ''Lee1;: fjfl: ',"* be eligible for bid: because I

Jimmy Moore's! Run Sport FraFa Marine Center ::: Scott' Lee; [41 Wilson, Forrest; ,- the slain man was the ;! STARKE MOTOR CLINIC .
f Third
245 W. MadIson St. Sit N. Tf'inple.e.: 151! ) Pe1.I 'Pdrker '21 ''ft.'Bte ih. Annual "paramour" of Padgett's wife,i' j

WO 4- 791 WO 4:8801 fnexr recorli] : Myrtice. j'
I Track Meet The case is to be presented to !
J High :.
'l1IlanJll' Ji.n'ttrY Ace Electric 'STARKE I grand jury April 10, the open-1; '
Stftlre ; [121 .
MtdHsr 'pte '
142 W. Cull St. ht'r: ing day of the spring term of Circuit TRANSMISSION f
; -
213 m
K :
WO Call St. Manning, Gainesville;. 14]: Starke, Jaycees will sponsor the
44311 Court in '
t,.. ,WO... 4-1921 I ifris (!Sbmniese, Gainesville'; fS[ J\'rigMtw 't14rd, annual'' 'CbuAtywide Track According to Alachua County. SPECIALISTS SL
,; ytIe.6ift.. 2 3-4-ltf INEW'RE1-( and Fjeld Meet. Wednesday after- testimony givenat
the t
I r c-crb.i rid6h, 'Mlrch 'fa\\- arraignment last Wednes-i I
starting *
at 3:35
day TUNE
March 15, the shooting occurred -, UP AND REBUILDING
HOMESTKADKKS THAT HAVE Pole vaultm'Smlth. o'clock, ,on,:'the high school ath- '
SIGNED Palatka
FOR, in ,
1961 ; wooded
a area south oTI .
1 Below 1* the list of Homesteaders (21) fetic field. :The meet will be con- i Open 7:30 A. "Hi.
who hay McKIbben. 'Engle" M.-9 P. 7 ;
not od -
plication f't\r\ .1961. It filed a renewal ap ; Llii'd ] i I the Hawthorne Road where Brace- Days A Week *" 'f:
eligible for the .exemption your name appears on this* list yon will not be (t rtltle-Sllcox.. STARKE' and"'P \ aiict&d'1b 'the' High school phy-! well had .
unleas II to
gone meet Mrs. .
Assessor'1st time *1ullt.Ottl.*e on or hefor. April you 1st bring 1961.your Those application, applying to the for Tax th:'. ( ri'i, Fl t her: [5.41 'wkfff-f steal' education department and' .j Pad- 636 N. Temple Ave. Johnson
come to the (He & GardnerSPRINGTIME
office' in 'dity Recreatioh I gett.Padgett
'h person. ERS and MARTIN Department., -
both oft
\ O HayeVKmory \ i I-Listyear, around-200 testified Braceweil got
Mamie i Starke. 13 '' : boys and .
Davis ft. 4 In Mew feddMl. .
Si John! J II Strickland ]i out of Mrs. Pa gett's car and
Rebecca Hampton HUdolpb'Slnk Discus girls from all over the county
11 I. I I11GARDNER'Starke ,
; ; came toward
teorgeVIiIIai i took Answeiing direct '
Kernle Moody Joe \* Ijhcy Conway [21] Barber "' pbH 'in t Ike1} meVt. Events are! -
Boone (3]
Starling Cafe's I
: ,
Joe S r.r drlrl..l'oI ; from his
Roy Q Moody ToilJinAAn Leaton t TEstelle Morgan Jr. William H Tille> Jr l Seabreeze; [4)] Orrell, Seabreeze; : scheduled for boys 8 through 151 t '}'Padgett. said ,he attorney'l .
: Krnest .Mahry Vasco' \VaiMn L'nJrrliill Jtohert A Cow ON 1 m 'Parvin. 'Eiiglewbb< "bistince!'|' JreSri\ of ageand .gtrls from 8 :
:: was
J something in Br4cewell'shand
Ernest Vasoo lodge Kdjvardd James Paul McDabiel earl L Johns 150 ft 6 in. [NEW ti cORDJ through 16. Age classes are as 5 :: and he became afraid I

i: M Lewl Parker George I* f4. >v ll follows: I
Ir") Merrill Prevatt Shot Put til Ofreli. -Sea 'Bracewell would attack him. '
J \V Thomas Merrill CarlV Rrown Class A: boys 13 through 15. ,
Doyle R I fa sen Loran O Prevatt Fir Jv Thomas ze; I2J 'Gr1iter, SYAR&E; j -Class B: boys 11'i Padgett said he ran back to his i iJ J
own : and
avid RANGESb girls
Samuel O C Kelly B Smith William ItaneeR S launders Dinah Gunter Tyson II 1 Campbell Bro isoh; Til'! F1 m- : through '12. J,i car, took out a shotgun and shot I IS I s PAINT TIME!I

XV R R H Morgan. Shelbert Rosier Thornton Henry Florence W Clark Bryant Est Winter 'Park; [51' 'LJinbert, 'j Class! C: boys 'and girls 8 Bracewell] who was still ap- j
Morgan I intcr Park. 'Distan 54 11'
Milton D farter 3 ft. ,preaching. He said Bracewell !
W J Johnson Richard SandersCharlen : through< L C Sapp Ernest Brule Tyson Dell J. Hudson [, in. [new 'reiord.1 i I 'Thirteen. -events are scheduled 'staggered back' toward. the other I
O I* Sapp'L Elliott Faircloth car before he felL .

Carl E Tarbrotifth Thornton Clara Mack Allen Iveonard Tyson Mrs Leonard W A V Colley Moore :RANGE ; Highland 'Chtircrr i I I durirtg"the''attemb'on'The JaycefCs'fyrriish. the awards, Mrs. Padgett 'testified she) was J We Can Offer You More Than .

Ray A SaTatar Lougvnla, Smith : trying to drive
j her
Dan car for
R D I1ank.'ron P. F Ooolsby Seta Hbfrf I for the meet. Five places will be away j
Uf'dlih'h cttttiihf:
41 S. IJradley t : help when
the .
Rlek Lehoczky Kdward Wake Jackson REG. i :"selected in each class In every shooting occurred ; "
Fred Hagan Marvin E .VoeRrl Carter Ruth Landry Lea Tile *e,'ent. : and] did'not see it. She said 2,000 COLORS
Leo r> William Lane Homecoming at t
eSu O A OrumInes Lydia LaneSamuel : 1 ._ j Bracewell reached in his pocket I'I'I
Roosevelt T>ell Highland Baptist Church will 'be! '
Martin R6dri S\ln .
B Wooten Joe< Prasier ; ( y. March 26. All members \j'Goods. Totaling $241 I With
StarlingS Color
Lucius R Williams Ella Mae I of! ,her car, but she did not actually Meter That Mixes
1.ht>rnath)' Tom Perry are requested to be present 1 j'Cland Colg.
James L MrKormick H A Prescott Jr J :Stolen l From _see a knlte.Sheriff's -
llamp CohenCuffee bring a'basket JB
Azalea. Motel lunch AU"

N Ed Maggie H Parrish Starling Orews Norman C Mrs.I1Mr"F Harriet Leach.. 0 Cooper Clftm Vasco A Forsyth Oriffls 36" STANDARD former Invited to members attend .and pastors are Coney Island' Parker testified investigator that a Henry small To Match Your Drapes, Carpet Or Fur$.

Mack Vernon Oriffls L Starling Jack Charity Tucker Leonard Roy Oriffis'O Johns Jr. f I Rev. J. F. Conway a former j i I. Thieves took jewelry watches, white penknife'was found about j ture. I
Williams Ralph I''arsall 50 or 60 feet from the place where
Leon Wilker | radios and
on will cigarettes
Arthur Graham Est RANGEt pastor, bring the homecoming valued at a
Angus HallLizzie .
J S Sapp Jr Bracewell fell dead. I
ElIzabt'thcCoy K!lt Sullivan message Sunday morning. i, tot .l'of $24" from Coney Island We Ja
L C MilliardOliver .*If i record Your Color Number For 'You So
onto Jenkins W Maxwell 1 Parker said Padgett told him That
E Pearnn Otis After'dinner, 'sInging11f e on East Brownke Street sometime
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Thomas 0 Swanu A H Kelsey REG. $169.95 immediately i : after the MayUse' The Same Color '
D n Thomas Melvln, A Summerlln William H Hull Jr I joyed until 2:30 p. m. at which]I I last Saturday'nignt. slaying .that At A Later Date Or 6r

R 14 PrescottEdward Robert\ U Johnson R'Green William H Hall time there will be a service dedicating Burglars entered the combination he "waylaid" Bracewell. killed Touch Up. See Us For All Your Painting Needs Fljor
Lee :Massey f* Clyde lI..rl"ey" INOw t I him and. would have killed his
IIu'orth: 95 the store
)" Harvey L Underwood $139 .educational grocery "and novelty I Cleaners and Waxes.
Mattie Carter
S M Brown 1J.Carl Tanner Rltrh Wm B Hefndon Sr : Rev. C. F. Barry, State bu11dIflr; ;j;, shop l>y cutting -screen and for- wife,_ but she held their four- |

Ralph Wise Clarence Hutcheson Vlrginhi Robert W E Drake Sibley School 'Secretary of the Florida. |; cing a window.The theft was disl6 months-old baby in front of her i
Minnie Mae
RAId Johnson Ella Corlne Mae FTutler Mary Simms Et.\1 Baptist Convention will bring th j j covered: by the'owner:of the store, The three persons Involved In LOANS AVAILABLE Aid

Marie J Allen Wllhelmenla/ Tuckor Brooks Edward IV JItCormiekR & dedication sermon. 1',Van :McCrary: when''He opened for: theshooting were employees at : To Paint -

Martha Robinson Mack Lane Clifford J Lewis Warden ,HURRY (business Sunday morning1. The Sunland Training Center, In : A 'Room '
Celia RoWinson Ro ONLYA Any Remodeling Improl.
Clifford Kelly Rosa Liggett James byrd City Clerk Aiicnua -culprits: also 'broke 'ft glass pane i t

) j San W Brown Harper Helen E Williams Est Harold Evelyn Dobson BoreeU \I'in'a: show case'and a pair of sliding I ments. FREE Estimates. Labor And Materials .

John Pauline Devore Metta Leona Ella Matthews ROrlffln .l.. FEW LEFT Short'CoiiriCity : glass doors in the buDding ,MISSIONARY I
Manuel McNeil. Harmon \\'ldou aad UI.abUlt r BAPTIST CHURCH :: Up To 36 Months To
Pertha' Smith Alfred Barnes Mrs Fanl. Mott Arrested In connection with:the Pay. $10. O, ;
James Houston Jessie Sallie Guion Thelma Starllnr Clerk "Merrill .Edwards attended t- ;burglary were ttfo, Negroes I; Sunday School 1C a. m; Rex Per Month.
and Joe Williams Mrs R A Griffis Est the annual short course Brookins, superintendent.
Edward WlUUros J R Chasteen Jr for Cnarles, Green 27, from Sanford Morning j
Laura Coy George G S Bradley municipal finance officers and i Worship 11 a. m. Training Union
Joe ReedS Kersey Josephine EUerson city: end Willie Parker, 28 from Jas- ; .
W ft Sewell clerks at the University Flori. : 6:30. p.,m.. Glen Norman.director. CALL US FOR INFORMATION
T Starling Jr Mrs E I.ennon .Charity Tucker t_ of Ida i i per. The pair was caught dis.r ;'
George Fred Smith J Estea R A Cren "\Ila'arker'R Randolph' __. March i215.The course was 'r rL 'playing articles taken from the L- Evening Worship, 7:30: p.mPray- -. <

J Arthur Lee RN'ardkrrdKt'R L C ? Mrs. Lesaie FUrox conducted by the General Exf j. ,j dote and charged 'with breaking er Meeting Wednesday 7:30: .p.,m. '

t ISAAC Naomi Duhart Tisdaie! nlen R Thoma Sanders Pelva. E C Lennon ReereMrs sion Division 'o(Florida in_coopDeration -;! I'.nd entering and possession of'Rev Luther A. McGee pastor. D. STARKE BUILDERS! SUPPIE iPhon i

T L CUf'J.-Jr. Pill Paul E II Costello Mra Vida 'DyalVictoria with. Florida, ChapterI'Municipal I stolen: goods, ,Deputy Sheriff: B. 'RediingChorbter; Mrs. Rex '
Faulkner :
& Peach Crawford Charlie B McKinney 'lack! I l. Finance _Officers M v :, JaI!' \ Brookins! ,. pianist. Everyone- .wel- WO 4-1201. Starke, } a.COltpefe .
Ptrvin D Barber> Jr Colon' Thomas Arizona 'MftfK- elation at the University orFIorida i. i Both Uam1ltona1d.'a eome to all setVtc .' ;'

Arnett Tnompkin...' orman l E ,Thomas Mrs KlzzU.Qwsley- t I I I .- .... j i County jaH. Green was staying> Labor Camp at 'Heijbronn. ancf / Builders Service'tR
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:Eqster Seals Shipwreck Dance I Plan Advanced,' Legion To Hear Mayor's CourtFourteen I i'Holy Week Negro Killed I I At The Tabernacle

Set By 8th Grade I II I Coach Register
o AlllnMail rountine Dr. John McNeill of Washington -
cases were
: For DCSAt Services Set Hit CarA
I Dancing prizes, a cake walk, i Tuesday NightThe disposed of Mayor's, Court this j D. C. arrived Monday at the

::Mrs.: Johns Said prizes for the best costume and ;week by Mayor W. T. [Billy] i I Holy Week services will be held i I II ", Gospel Tabernacle. He has been
assorted treasures will be won Blanding regular meeting of Ameri- Jackson. at the First Methodist Church I i 58-year-old:: Lincolr: City holding a series of meetings in

by some lucky peopre at the Shipwreck can Legion Post 56 will be held : Horace Harmon Negro, public: I next week, Monday through Friday Negro Caesar MacFashion, was Tampa j and while here resting up

Mrs. Ruby Johns, president. of ,i Dance sponsored by the Early establishment of a Florida at 8 p. m. Tuesday March 28. intoxication, sentenced to a fine starting at 12 noon.and last- killed by an automobile Saturdayas I will: minister at the regular ser-

'the' Bradford County Society for+:I: BHS eighth grade tomorrow night Officer Candidate School for i Guest speaker will be BHS head of $27.50 or five days in tail I ing 30 minutes. Rev. Leo A. He- he was crossing Highway 301 vices.

:Crippled Children, has announced jn the USO building immediately the Florida Army,National Guard i football coach Lennard Registerwho Eddie Leach, Negro, trespassing, I bert pastor of the First Baptist one mile south of Starke. Friends of Dr. McNeill and others -

"that, Easter seals are in the mail i after the student-faculty basketball at Camp Blanding ,has been 'announced will show filmed highlightsof sentenced: to a fine of $ 7.50 or Church, will officiate at all serv- MacFashion was pronounceddead I: who have not heard him are

sand hundreds i I game. by -Maj. Gen. Hark ,W last year's Keystone Confer five days in jail. I ices. by Dr. A. J. Barry Starke !i invited to these services to enjoy

of families will be I Admission to the
Deceiving the sheets of stamps in : 35 cents stag and 50 cents drag. There will also be ''a discussionof exposure sentenced to a fine of be as follows: Bradford County Hospital. I .

their!) homes this week. I i In statement issued tiom,hfc the .American Legion Boys I:$27.50 or five days in jail. Monday, Rev. Charles Phipps, The Negro was hit by a 1956 1 ,,*=" UNARY BAPTIST

Mrs. Johns reminds the public I I St. Augustine office. Gen. Lance< State. Program. Refreshments will Ernest Coker Negro, public intoxication chaplain at the State Prison; Chevrolet driven by Bobbie Joe : Sunday School 9:45: aJn. Morn

that funds raised through the City Champs said that 1st Lieutenants 'Robert b. served. I five days or $27.50.::: Tuesday J. T. Quigley sponsorof Stephens, a student at the Uni- ng ""rahlp il a.m Kvenlns

Easter Seal I I E. Dodd 'of Jacksonville, and:Wm i Lee Caucela, Jr., running, red the Gospel Tabernacle; Wednesday versity of Florida. Stephens was: : Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting:

Jar appeal in North Cen- Beat AllStarsIn T..,Carcaba of St. Augustine have< Baptista'To Host i light, forfeited bond: of $12.50. Rev. Lacy Conway Air- traveling north at about 50 m.pJv each Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Everyone -

Florida 'Will provide needed been designated tactical officer: f Lanier Keefe Kehoe driving park Baptist Church; Thursday, on 301 and hit MacFashion as he welcome.-Key. H. H. Mott.

;;,care, treatment and camping' for Cage PlayThe for the new school. They left I:I Evangelistic MeetThe (I I while intoxicated, forfeited bondof I Rev. R. E. MacBlain, St. Mark's was passing another car. Deputy.Ii pastor

handicapped children, plus schol- March 17 for a rigorous on -week 1 I $102.50. Episcopal Church; Good Friday, Sheriff Russell Redding' report I,
arships to train more young people league champs Lawtey, course Army's First Baptist Church of I Rev. Herman Boyette, First Methodist i BEST
at: the active In I Stephen F. Alvarez, :cckless stated. : YOU BUY THE
in such services.A held off a late rally to beat the Starke will be host to the New
All Stars 57-52: last Saturday fantry Officer CandidateSChool., River Associational Evangelistic I driving, forfeited bond of $27.50. i iI Church. Headed west across the: pave- : WHEN YOU BUY
permanent camp for crippled Port Benninir, Ga., where they 7:30 j I Harlan Gregory, failure to have! ment, MacFashion was hit in the
>children and adults is being es night. will"'review motivational techniques Meeting p. m. Thursday I vehicle under control and causing Guard To Weekend west lane and knocked approvi- WestinghouseAppliances
tablished in the Mount The Stars led 11-8 at the end of March 23. Rev. Kenneth Hansen, I ,
Plymouth and methods for conduct-. I accident, forfeited bond of 3750. I mately 40 feet by the impact. The :
Lakes area near Mount the first quarter, but fell behind pastor of the First Baptist Church, On Rifle RangeThe & TV :
Dora, and to halt about 50 feet :
officer came a
ing training. Renard Galur,
running red light,i car .
:scholarships in 24.26 at the half. Lawtey continued Pal .tka, will be guest speaker. : I
physical and occupational will the of the accident At 1 v ;:
Purpose of the new schnol forfeited bond of 1250. beyond scene
will be Bn. with units
748th Ord. ,
therapy will be to score with a big third quarter Congregational singing I -
provided.A be to training for officer Vernon Lee Gott, red with its front end off the pave-
provide running
when direction of Jimmy. I at Starke, and
six weeks speech and they racked up 21 points under the Camp Blanding I I II! North Florida ;
hearing candidates in the without t light, forfeited bond of j 2.50. I ment. I
: state
1 [clinic will be given again this i I while holding the Stars to 12. The Crosby of Bayless Highway $ Jacksonville, will spend the week- '
Bummer at the lead was too great to overcomeas the necessity of going to Fort Church. The Associational Choir I Christoph George Vaganor run- end at Camp Blanding completingthe ; Supply
University of I I Benning for three months, as has ning red light, forfeited cond of
Florida. the Stars came on strong but under the direction of Mrs. Lex- range firing for 1961. The fin I
Dwight H. Hunter of Gainesville I I the clock caught them before they been the case in the past.. It ii$ Green, will sing an anthem.I' $12.50. Battalion will be under the direction PHONE WO 4-2113

fjs president of the North Central i could overtake the champs. believed that the new school will Rev. W. P. McElroy, pastor of' Glenn Thomas Black, unlawful of its new, commander. 0.95Ctnk 224 N. Temple Ave,

Florida Society: for Crippled Chil-j Johnny Bates was the big gun make it possible for more Florida the First Baptist Church of Hamp I' speeding forfeited bond of $27.50. Major Harry Hatcher, who succeeded Starke, Fla.

dren, and M rs.. Joseph L. of: for Lawtey with 24 points, while Guardsmen to take officer training ton Is chairman of evangelism I James Brown Negro, public intoxication Lt. Col. R. V. Link, re : 666
Gray thus increasing the pool of forfeited bond of $27.- "You Can Be Sure-
"Lake City is general Easter Seal i. teammate Tom Tatum was close for the association and will be in I t tired. I
chairman. :; behind with 17. Edgar Akridge available officers for the Guard. charge of the program. He extends -1 50. The units will report to Bland- I If It's 'Vest nghouse"ALVARTEZ'

Besides Mrs.: Johns, others was high for the All Stars with Some of the pennaneiUrtyp: an invitation to the public]i!I ing Saturday morning, March 25,
the board from this on I 18, and D. Acker second with 9. buildings in the "mess hall area" to attend the meeting. THE RIGHT POINT for the and return Sunday afternoon.The .
Lex county are i ia1Ira. I at Binding\ will be converted into Many guests from churches in I I way you write. Come in and select units will attend summer I-
Green Ii
Mrs. Bess Burns, ulii[ STORE 1111
:'fn... Pauline Torode, and Dr. L. Methodist Church barracks and classrooms' for use; :ihe surrounding area are expected your favorite ESTERBROOK field training at Fort Stewart, Ga. Established 1894
Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH i i
by the school.
H. I to attend. from June 25 to July 9.
Ii General Lance said that Flori- I .. -
i Schedule for week of Mjtch 26
I : da's DCS will be modeled on the ..
: I : '
Presbyterian Church Palm Sunday Churcn School;
Fort Benning course and officers i
9:45: a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a.
from there will assist in the
: Barry I). VauDrvrnter, Minister m. Snack Supper for MYF, 6 p. b.C
establishment and conduct of the
\ 390 N. Cherry St. i m. Youth Meetings, 6:30: p. m. t new. school.
I Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. A SSUl'e
"These will
t Thursday Choir pra.,tice, 8 nursery is provided at both services measures
j'I that the Florida OCS will meet:
'm. : each Sunday.
the same standards as those oper.
Saturday Junior Recreation, !I Wednesday
Story Hour' for
ated by the active Army'i officer
) pm.. i i Primary: Department 3:20 x N
: p. m. \
training," the: ..AcljutantOenetal:; t : S \
Sunday Sunday School l 9:45 Prayer
: Meeting and Bible Study, ,
fi,"m. Communicants Clays 10 a.1 1 i 7:30: p. m.Thursday. added. \ t
m If I Florida's first officer candidates'
Mornin Worship. 11 m.1 '
a. : Prayer Group in
will begin their iTith 15
Junior Choir. 5 p. m. EveningVespers. : I I Ladies Bible classroom 9:30:; a. m. I course
I days of field training at Blanding
G p. m. Youth Fellowship. !Chancel Choir rehearsal, i!:30
I I p.I starting July 16. During the ensuing 'o :
.7 p. m. 1 j 1m. ;!
will attend
I year they weekly:
Tucro1Y.Young Communl- Saturday \
Membershp Class
drills with their local National
pnts Class, 3:30: p. m. I for young people uniting with. the
I Guard units plus eight weekend
I church, 10 ,
a. m. H ,
k __ sessions at the Blanding OCS. ; {
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; After a second two-week periodin

) AMBULANCE SERVICFPHONE the summer of 1962, they will

be graduated and qualified .to be i

WO 4-2600 \ commissioned Army second
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeIleWitt tenants. i iI I
Intensive screening of applicantsfor
C. Jones Registered Funeral Director the course is now under way : CAM Shell test drivers add a"fifth wheel"to their cars for precise distance measurement during mileage tests.It helps them record: performance to a decimal point.

Starke, Fla. in the various units and headquarters -

around the state .
Rental Service: Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs, CrutcheA The new school will give them ,: : 'il' "

the opportunity to earn a commission .,
without interrupting their :: '' BULLETIN '
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civilian education or careers. .

erwillegaMOTORS Rescue UnifProposed l

ForThis ,. '

CountyA I Shell discloses the nine ingredients intoday's ;: <:


meeting to explore the possi !

bilities of organizing a rescue Super Shell-and the remarkable things : ''a II

unit for Bradford County will be '
held in the courthouse at 7:30: p. they do to give top performance .
car .
m. Friday, March 31. I : i : your

Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish, .\ : s '
who announced the. meeting, said ,'.

that the need for such an organization .' gine purr with power the mo- Special anti-knock mix. A mix, #8 is gum preventive to keep I

' "\1 :] TrithY has ''been demonstrated in Super Shell gasoline, with 9 ingredients, ment you put your foot down. so effective, one teaspoon per carburetors clean inside ..

B several instances in recent years, NOTE: "Cat-cracking" refers to gallon can boost anti-knock rat-
r .I not only in the case of drownings is now at your dealer's. Today's formula the use of a catalyst-a chemical ing by five points. Even the purest gasoline can
form when stored. This
but other emergencies also. He substance that alter mole- This has the cf gum can
JT contains oresY1-diAhenY1-PhosAhate-a can mix tricky job clog carburetors and foul automatic
pointed to the Keystone Heights
cules without changing itself. regulating combustion so that
I960 .. rescue unit as an effective organization new, improved version of TCP. Read Shell each chokes. But, with Super:
Super gives piston a
that is doing a good #3 is Alkylate, noted for Shell, you needn't worry.A gumpreventive
job,' and said that the proposedunit How this patented additive increases knock control in hot engines firm, even push-rather than a does the trick.It .
blow which would
FORD FALCON FORDOR. ONE here would be modeled alongthe sharp causea acts like a policeman con.
!' same lines. mileage,releases power, and helps yourcar' ? Jimmy Doolittle helped pioneerthis knock. trolling a mob. Regulates unstable
Reddish said that much of the give top performance. high-octane ingredient for #5 is Butane for quick elements to help keep them
: Shell aviation fuel.
equipment needed for a rescue from clotting.No gum problems

.... 1 9 6 0 ". Civil unit could Defense be organization.All obtained through. i rpooAY, every Shell dealer in f ful; and can make spark plugs dream Alkylate of 100-octane(){)-which gasoline took the out Butane starts is on so cold mornings to #9 is Platformate for extra

':j[ this area has remarkable last to twice as long. eager get going
interested in assisting up of the lab and put it into the
persons that Shell keeps it under energy, more mileageIt
FORD FALCON RANCH WAGON > with this operation are Super Shell in his pumps. New TCP does this by neu- skies-is now in Super Shell. It 400 feet below pres-
sure ground to takes million dollars'worth
A notice on each Super Shell certain effects of com- eight
urged to attend the meeting on controls knocking in hot enginesat it from itself.
ONE OWNER March 31.Starling. pump promises you that this bustion deposits. It is scientifi- high speeds far better than Think stop what vaporizing this by of platinum catalyst for

; gasoline will give your car top cally formulated to keep them anything else yet available. extra volatilitymeans Shell to produce Platformate.But
in cold weather. ,
performance.Shell's when hot-a fortunately this precious stuff
from major
VihsSpeaking glowing NOTE: The engine in your car Your engine fires in seconds. be used
I960- scientists want you to cause of loss. Also from can over over again.
frequently turn even faster There is less strain bat
may on The
know about the nine platinum reforming
ingredientswhich diverting spark-a major
your than the of DC-7
Contest : make this engines a at tery.And none on your patience.NOTE ,which gives Platformate
FORD GALAXIE TOWN SEDAN promise possible. cause of "missing. cruising speed. Think of this process
:Super Shell primed with its odd name,converts petroleuminto
A-l ONE OWNER On Conservation #1 is TCP for next time you are passing on all
power, #2 is "cat-cracked" gasolinefor Butane year round.In winter, super-energy components-)

I mileage and longer plug-life power with a purr the highway. Shell scientists simply increasethe such as benzene, xylene and

Eddie Starling of Graham, a #4 is anti-knock mix for quick-start dose. toluene.
Today's Super now contains This is petroleum that has actU-
-I960- senior at BHS, was declared win- Tliese three alone release II
I i ner of'the Bradford:SoU Conservation .. .an even, better version of ally cracked under 900degreeheat ()( extra resistance to knocks #6 is Pentane mix for fast cent more gallon
I' this world-famous additive. Its and action. Its You think that per energy per
FORD FAIRLANE FORDOR District .Spe.dng, :Contest catalytic might two high' warm-ups on cold days than lOQvctane gasoline. Ener-
chemical l name is cresyl-' heavier molecules have been
octane ingredients are enoughfor
School '
at the High PTA: meeting gy that slwws as mileage
ONE OWNER Tuesday night. Thomas Harley of diphenylphosphate.TCP shattered into livelier, lighter knock-free performance. But Pentanes are made by tearing up

Lawtey, a sophomore,placed: Sec additive can give your ones.The Shell's scientists have ears like gasoline apart,much as you split Test Super Shell for yourself

car up to 15 per cent,more power result is a super-octane musicians.So kindling to start a log fire.

ond.Starling is,a member of'Starke upto 17 extra miles per tank- ingredient that makes your en- they insist on adding a In this case, the "logs"are pe- Try Super Shell next time you
fill You'll
Chapter PFA, with Curtis.'M&r--i. troleum's heavier hydrocarbons. up. soon feel and heara
New And Used difference
in the
lowe as advisor' and HarleyMa a A special process transforms their way your en-
member of Bradford Chapter T-iT molecules from slow-burning gine runs. That difference is top
Cars And Trucks'To Paul Hutchma advisor. "logs" into the quicker-firing performance.

The topic used by the speakerswas "kindling."

I "Conserving the Natural Resources _
Select From NET RESULT: Fast warm-up and
in My Soil Conservation .gym
District- top performance in a hurry.

First prize was a $25 savings #7 is an "anti-icer" to check
bond, and second prize was $10,

$$395. .. 1953 FORD V8COIIN'fltY cash.Foster cold-weather stalling

Shi Smith, a Soil! Conservation : Super Shell's formula is adjustedup

Supervisor served as y to eight times a year to beat ,,
SEDAN master of ceremonies and 2edra .Y. the weather.For example,whenever

l Fordmatic, Radio and Heater Like New Hamilton Area Vice President the temperature is likely to

for the Soil Conservation District, be less than forty-five degrees, a

i $495 -1955 DODGE FORDOR presented the prizes. carburetor anti-icer is added.
Rev. Charles
NEW TIRES Judges were Why add anti-icer at forty-five
Phipps Miss Dorothy Rosa and .
degrees? Because, even then,
1*. T. NoUn. 6. -where 1,997 scientist
frost form
can in carburetor
your are working to make YOUl'caJ'
Your Authorized Ford Dealer NOTICEI 'Tfc flared hmds are placing a pace of sensitized film on m ndiaactfre piston.This produces what} just as it does in your refrigerator. go better and better.'

I will not be respons&Ie; for is known as a '"radio autograph,* from which Shells scientists can study the nature of deposits. It can stall your engine.

In Bradford County any defets made by anyone other Wndesurk lor BWrt Uu cMoiia additive.G**oIio.eoautoin TCP>to covered by 0,8.Patent ttlKl .
than myself.- -Nathan H.Starling. '
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VTTYYVYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyI I urday. C. Johns during the weekend were ing Sunday School rooms, and time resident of Lawtey.Mr. panied Leon. These and Mrs. V. City Of Starke, FloridaBy Plaintiffs Attorney Joseph K. Skipper

Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson their children Mr. and Mrs. Clifford making an improvement all a- and Mrs. Nelson Blocker R. Reddish are sisters o? Mrs. : Merrill Edwards 3-is City St Clerk.3-30 Jacksonville, :!21 Florida 2 Florida Title and Paildin&file this

I HAMPTON; are spending a week in Porr Char- Johns and daughter Mr. and round. We wish them great suc and sons of Lake City visited Mrs.A. Szarlota.Mr. original in the office of the Clerkof
lotte with their soninlaand :Mrs. Morris Johns and the Circuit Court on or before the
I family, H. Harley Saturday afternoon. and Mrs. Frank Wells and NOTICE TO DEFEND 10 day of April. 1961: otherwise thr
fi By Mrs. D. E. Hill daughter Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mrs. Lois Henson and son. Also cess.Phyllis Mosley had recovered Mrs. L. C. Smith of Walterboro, daughter of Leessurg were Satur- In Florida Circuit: In Court Chanrrrj-, Bradford Conntr. allegations of said Complaint will
&AAA; ;; McMahone and son. Mr. and Mrs. Josey Johns all of enough from her sickness to be S. C. and Mrs. Clifton Smith of day overnight guests of Mrs. Case No. 12-960 oe taken as confessed by you.
A AAAAA AAAAAAAA AAAAAwc This notice shall be published
Mr: and Mrs. George Saxon Jacksonville.Miss with us in Sunday School and I the State Farm were visiting Effie Miner. Mr. and Mrs. Bill John T. Wiley Plaintiff. Susie once each week for four consecutivewetks
; were honored with a family birth- Dianne Mobley visited fViley Defendant in the Bradford County 'Tele
Stracener Speaker Miss church last Sunday We were glad friends Sunday and in the even- Reid and sons of Jacksonville:;
}' *<.Baptist Church Revival i day dinner Monday evening at I Patricia Officer of Macclenny I to see her and Dock back withus ing attended the First Baptist spent Sunday with Mrs. Miner. : NOTICE Susie Wiley TO APPEARTo whose residence graph.(SEAL)

Starting: Next Suniay the home of Mr. and Mrs E. L. |I from Thursday to Saturday.Mrs. again. Church. :Mrs. Smith is a former Youth and address is UNKNOWN.You Hated this 2 day of March, 1961
!Next Sunday morning. March i! Birt. Their birthdays were on R. L. Morgan and daugh We had 56 in Sunday School resident of Lawtey. Members of Methodist are hereby notified that a Charles A. Darby,
Fellowship will wash cars on Sat- suit for divorce has been rlltd against Clerk of the Circuit Court
26 will begin revival se-vices at i Monday and Tuesday this week. ter Judy, visited Wednesday: of last Sunday and the Intermediate Sunday afternoon Mrs. Joyce will into :you in the above named court r.y Marian' L. Crosby,

;; Hampton Baptist Church with I Mrs. T. F. Brown with Frank last week with Mrs. Morgan's boys showed their colors again by Futch, Miss Elizabeth Terry Mrs. urdays. Proceeds fund.go Those j'I and serve cause a copy and of you your are requiid answei or to lputy Clerk

,Dr. W. G. Stracener of Brown of Jacksonville, and E. L. !son-in-law and daughter Mr. and winning the banner. So the girls Hattie Mathis Miss Patricia Star- their summer camp I pleading to he complaint on the 3-9 4t S--50

;, ville. editor of the JaCkson-I Brown attended the fineral of Mrs. Bill Chambers of Jackson- will have to work just a little ling and Miss Enza Blanchard attended wishing these services may con-

I :'iI'Witness as evangelist. their uncle J. A. Ivey, in Palatka,Jville.j I hardier to get the banner back a beautiful servec at Boat- tact Loraine Priest. r --

I The eight-day series if meetIngs on Wednesday last week. j Little Susan Kelly of West,Palm i again. drain Baptist Church at which I I

I jL f will begin each evening at M. R. Misner of Gainesville, a I Beach is visiting her father. Warren One of our little boys in the Be- Mrs. Futch's son Benton was

it 8:00: p. m. and continue each former Hampton resident, ilew to I i [Scobie] Kelly, and her ginner Class was out last Sunday ordained Deacon. Rev. T. L. Howe, CALL FOR BIOS
night Flint, Mich. last wee ; to attend grandmother, Mrs. Annie Kelly. with Sealed bids will be received by
4 through Easter Sunday I I and chicken pox. pastor, participated as one! the City Council of the City of
April 2. Jimmy Crosby of Bayless the funeral of his father Lyle M. Miss Alice Gore and Miss Diana Hope he is able to be back with of the Presbytery. tarke, Florida.'at the City Hall in it '

I Highway Baptist Church New Misner who died Thursday, I Williams of Jacksonville were I with us this Sunday. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Starke P. M.. on Florida Tuesday until April 7:00:4, 1961 oVlock, at

I River Baptist Association Song March 16. [,weekend guests of Miss Barbara Remember Homecoming at I L. C. Hilliard were Mr. and :Mrs. which time and plae all bids revived l

: 4, Leader. will lead singing. There Mr. and Mrs. Richard May and Mobley.Mr. Highland Church this Sunday. !Allen Starling and Mr. and Mrs. will be publicly opened, and NATURAL .. J

t j, will be special music for all services daughter of Homestead were visitors and Mrs. Lamar Reddish After the morning service we will :Leon Starling of Jacksonville. read Furnishing aloud on a the twelve following months: supply .

I : Mrs. Crosby will be ulanist.I here last weekend, and Mrs. and daughter, Karen, of Eustis hav dinner,.and after the dinner : Mitchell Brown and other local of 7500; to 10,000 pounds of chlorine \

I The nursery will be oxen for May attended the FEA meeting visited during the weekend with hour we will sing a while and employes were guests at a dinner :Starke;;, in 150-lb.. Florida.cylinders deliveredto

J. all services. Prayer meetings are in Jacksonville.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT. Mrs. Reddish's parents Mr. and then hold the dedication cere- given by St. Mary's Kraft for The said City reserves the right Dependable -- EconomicalPHONE
being held this week prior to the Mrs. Frank Norman and Mrs. mony at 2:30.: Rev. C. F. Barry, those employed by them. lo acept or reject any or all bids.

meeting, at the church and in Reddish's brother Ray Norman. the State Sunday School Secre- Mrs. John Nelson and children WO 4-1301 NIGHT WO 4-2411

various homes. Rev. W. .P. Mc- Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.D. tary, will deliver the evening of Orange Park spent

Elroy, pastor of the church, extends HEILBRONNBy L. Kite were Mr. Kite's brother message. Everybody welcome. the R. E. Lees. Saady Thursdaywith and Sff. CYPRESS CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT. -

an invitation to all those in and sister-in-law, Mr. an* Mrs. Sammy Nelson remained for a -

the community to attend the ser Mrs. Harvey McCarthyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Alvin Kite and their mother, Mrs. yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy1qLAYTEY visit through Friday.Mr. -- II. -
vices. Mary Kite, all of Jacksonville, and I ,[GARDENS; -
Youth Club Meeting Mr. Kite's nephew Kenneth Kite. % and Mrs. Earl Leggett, on I. "We eliminate the middleman's profit"
their way from Fort Myers to &
and friend Miss Ftar
Hampton Youth Club met
Howdy Neighbors, sorry I miss- their home in Grafton. !!i., were 11.30011 LOS pm 2.39: an US pn ..
ThUrsday March 16, at the city ed writing for last week. both students of the University of One Quart
I' By Enza BlanchardtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAA With Each
Sunday and
Monday guests of
hall with six present, and Mrs. F. Glad to report that Ernie Johns Florida.Mr.. Mrs. V. R. Reddish.A I F R E E '
P. Lott as chaperone. Plans were returned to his home from Brad-I and Mrs. St. Clair Harley &A or Gallon Que you buy. '

made for a party later this ford County Hospital recently.' ,and baby son of Jacksonville: Bradford Legislators lovely affair was a stork :;
month, for the members. His condition at this is,|visited Saturday with Mr.s Harley's shower in the home of Mrs. James MITCHELL'S"Family I d
..writing Discuss School IssuesA Waters in honor of Mrs. DonnA. Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.98 Gal. ...{
Personals | grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
better ."
reported although he is still program on g1slative Ac- Footwear Specialist" -/
J. M. Rosier, and her uncles and Jones Thursday, evening. Hostesses -
Mrs. Minnie Weathershy and confined to bed at home. We wish I tion" was presented at the Law- Jarman Shoes for Men
Mrs. Evelyn Aldridge of Pompano him a speedy recovery. II i aunts Mr. and Mrs. Freeman tey PTA meeting in the school with Mrs. Waters were Mrs.H. Jarman Jr. for Boys MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
have been visiting here with Mr. Mrs. Lois Cox and daughter, (Crosby and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. cafeteria Tuesday Bennett. Mrs. Donald Ben- Rhythm Step Vitality for Ladies
night March 6-7588
Reddish. I nett, and Mrs. H. W. [Buster] 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. FR
and Mrs. George Saxon. and Ben Linda and Mrs. G. T. Norman'I 13. by Sen. Charley E. Joan and Orthopedic Shoes for Infants ..
Sunday guests of Mrs. Annie Bennett. Everyone enjoyed playing _.: --," :'"''.: ;, ,_ :H -"-
Saxon who is still in University visited Sunday afternoon with Ou The Gainesville, Fla : _r ( LW I :- .iI.
A. Square _
Rep. J. :
Thomas Jr. Botl' legis- stork bingo. Prizes __ _.._ __ "' .!.o' --}
(Kelly were Mrs. Alice Altman and were awardedthe
;Medical Center in Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Norman of lators expressed themselves
son and as being winners. Mrs. Jones leceived ---- -
Mrs. daughter-in-law Mr. and -
Weatherby is a siste of the Gainesville. in favor
Mrs. Altman and baby of Miami, generally of more many nice gifts. The hostesses
two Mrs. Saxons. Also visiting B. Edward Mobley and son. Wayne I money for school construction
Y. Saxon last week was his nephew visited Mr. Mobley's parents, Mr. I Mrs. Marian Sapp of Lake Butler .and maintenance, as well as an served pink and blue sandwichesand Spring Truck Sale

Verda Wald. of Pompano.Mrs. and Mrs. W. L. Mobley during the and Mrs. Bessie Sapp of Raiford. increase in teachers salaries. In fruit punch to about 32
guests including out of town
Mamie Meade has irturned weekend in the Salt Springs area. Don't forget to worship at Heil- answer to a question from the guests Mrs. Zeluan Crawford of BEST DEAL ANYWHERE on NEW & USED TRUCKS
to her home here after several They enjoyed fishing and brought i bronn Church whenever you can. group, the solons said that in the Lake
Butler Mrs. Cora of
weeks' visit with her daughters in home 45 pretty perch and tiout. I Come and hear our pastor Rev.L. matter of a proposed reyi&ion of Maxville Hodges JEWELRYWATCHES
; Mrs. Freddie
V\ Cocoa and Orlando.W. My uncles, Elmer and J. D. i A. McGee, deliver inspiring the race track money division and Mrs., Weldon Starling Stevens of e SALES @) PARTS SERVICEROBERTS

J. Brannen Raleigh Bran- Fralick of Providence, visited .messages every Sunday and join formula they would try to reacha Starke. DIAMONDS

nen and Ardel Brannen attendeda with us Wednesday of last week. in congregational singing led by decision that would not be REPAIRSAll
,chorister, D. R. with Leon Reddish, who hM been
fam.My! birthday dinner in Jack- Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. harmful to the schools. Rep. Work GuaranteedA. CHEVROLET AND
,Mrs. Jean Brookins at the piano. spending some time here with relatives S
sonville last Sunday. L. Thomas spoke favorably of pro-
Morgan and family were OLDSMOBILEPh.
called to
was Monday
Tampa Williams
I Interesting Bible study every C.
posed Federal aid to education if
Mrs. C. L. May able to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morgan and I
was return on account of the death of
Wednesday evening during prayer it; could be done without Federal 142 W. Call St.
children of Cove Ph. 3033AREABUINSESS
Beach. Springs
home Neptune
from Alachua General I his mother, Mrs. Minnie Szarlota
i meeting. Also hear Rev. McGee
control. The speakers were intro- Starke Fla.AUTO .
Hospital Gainesville last. Sat- Visiting with Mr. and Mrs., E-1 over the local radio station every duced by the school principal, in a nursing home there. Mrs. ,

Sunday afternoon from 5:45: to 6 James Temple.: Hattie Mathis, Mrs. Nell Osteen, :" =:
p. m. You and your family are and Mrs. Lula Norman accom- -Th -
I Potted plants were presented .
Attention Livestock Producers! always welcome wanted, and to the cafeteria staff members, II

needed at 1eilbronn Church. Bye I Miss Elizabeth Terry Mrs. Leona

If you have hogs or I now. Edwards, and Mrs. Pearle Camp- DIRECTORY I IAUTO

cattle to sell new or in p.i .1 belle. for their volunteer servicein i
the future please contact <' TTTTTTTTVTYTVYYYTYYYYYYYCLAY preparing dinner for ill" Febru- I

one of the buyers ary meeting.The .
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at Copeland Sausage t ; HILLBy opening devotional was "
.' given by Miss Enza Blanchard FLOOR AND TILE OFFICE MACHINES\
Company and give them _ GLASSMauldin's I TRIM
an opportunity to "" Mrs. J. L. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA and the president, Mrs. R. E. Lee, CONTRACTORSBobby
buy conducted the business session. Auto Glass Hancock Typewriter
livestock. Baker Auto Trim
your I The second grade won the room COMPLETE STOCK CURVED L. Bryan Exchange

COPELAND The son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark- count. GLASS TERRAZZO CERAMIC
lee Padgett was playing with a Refreshments were served by Windshield & Door Glass ASPHALT PLASTIC TILE
4 BIG ADVANTAGES! turtle one day last week and it bit the room mothers. Replaced In Any Make Headliners Arm Rests HARDWOOD FLOORING Clary Business Machines
Repair Any Make MachineFR
him on the stomach. Marklee IL D. C. MeetingThe Car Or Truck Floor MatsUpholstering Floor Sanding & FinishingFR

1. Cash market every day. didn't show any ill effects excepta Lawtey Home Demonstration We Handle Saf tey Glass Lowest Prices 6-6762 FR 6-4445 431 N. Main.6-5551 Gainesville

2. No commission. sore spot on his stomach for a Club met in the Methodist FR 6-2558 FR 2-3226 1939 N. E. 27th Gainesville -

few days. Sunday School assembly room 1314 S. Main Gainesville 1021 E. University Ave. Gainesville GARDEN SUPPLIES OPTICIAN
3. Special consideration given to meat Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carter of Thursday of last week for a pro-

type hogs Maxville visited the Louie Cartersone gram on record-keeping, con- AUTO SALES & SERVICE Johnson & Paris Inc.I Beckum's Opticians
ducted by Miss Dorothy Ross. ,
day last week. They stoppedby COMMERCIAL Lindsiy L Becknra, R. O.
4. Can furnish hauling for sufficientquantities. to see us on the way and tell Plans were made for the 1962 year IMPERIAL CHRYSLER REFRIGERATION Complete Line of Lenses Duplicated-Quick Repairs
book. The hostess Mrs. H. W. VALIANT SEEDS-PLA.
us that Uncle Hans Carter is very PLYMOUTH Artificial EyesPrescriptionsFilled
i Bennett, served coffee and Easter Authorized SalesPartsService FERTILIZERSInsecticidesPet
ill and shows no improvement.Sorry Promptly j
to supplement the bring-it- Refrigeration Supplies ,
HawesPowersMotor 22 W. University FR 6-3516
CALL COLLECT HO 2-3011 to learn that Mabelle yourself sandwiches.The Service Co. 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'
Gainesville, Fla.
Norman is in the hospital again.
children enjoyed a two- Co. 224 N. W. 8th Ave. FR 2-0476 -_ ---<
CLAUDE PHILLIPS S THERON HUDSON Margie Griffis is on the sick list day holiday Thursday and Friday FR 2-2561 Sidney l. opold, Owner Gainesville, Fla. PHOTOGRAPHY oil
too, and Bill Pendarvis was home Commercial RefrigerationAir -
PRESTON POLK while the teachers attended the 204 N. Main, Gainesville ... c
from the Macclenny hospital last GIFTS ;-WATCH REPAIRS
: Conditioning
Florida Educational Association Used Cars 312 N. Main, Roy N. Green Inc.
Saturday. Jim
Strickland Isn't improving Frigidaire lee Makers ,

I Copeland1! in strength, and teems to meeting Mrs. Cora in Jacksonville L. Turner of Bonifay FR 6-3400 Sold And Serviced Anytime Bill Barnes **Direct Color Portraits for Gifts

be growing a little weaker as time is spending sometime with her LINCOLN MERCURY Gainesville FR 2-8392 GIFI'SCLOCKS Commercial Portraits
goes on. 6-7700 Photography
Heights FR
son M. L. Turner, *
SAUSAGE COMPANY ALACHUA, FLORIDA I The Clay Hill Church is still Turner. The granddaughters, Jill. SalesServlceParts Specialists in Fine Repairs to Complete Camera Supplies

working building tables, finish- Patsy and Cathy Gushing of Tallahassee Trained llethaI11e1Good CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST Antique Clocks and WatchesFR 1118 W. University FR 2-4656
[ .. Fla
-- -- spent the latter part of Used Cars 2-8645 -_- _-__ ____JPOWER
the week with their grandparentshere. Barkley Motors THAT ALL YOUR 222 W. University Gainesville SAWS

1 Other visitors of the Turners CONCRETE PRODUCTS
': 615 N. Main GainesvilleB. LADIES WEAR
.' during the week were Mr. Turn- ARE THE BEST FROM fllcCULLOCII

I LThI"\ er's brothers, H. O. Turner of & G. Motor Co., Inc. Cherry's CHAIN SAWS

Live Oak, and J. D. Turner and HHJLMAN Edwards Building Gainesville's Most Fashionable NEW-USED SALES-SERVICE
Mrs. Turner of Crawfordsville I
OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC Supply Inc. Address For Ladies Florida Saw Co.
_ .
Saturday Mrs. M. L. Turner and ,

I I ? fliii Mrs. Cora Turner and the three Authorized Sales-service-Parts 726 S. Main FR 2-4844 DRESSES ACCESSORIES- SUITS COATS 2538 N. E. FR 19th 6-3411 Dr.-Gainesville
visited the in JacksOn-
girls zoo
FR 6-7515 Gainesville, Fla. 105 W. University Gainesville
ville. The Turners spent Sunday 115 S. W. Second Gainesville_ SEWING MACHINES
and Monday in Tallahassee and' !MEN'S\ WEAR
returned the granddaughters to VOLKSWAGEN .. DOORS WINDOWS Singer Sewing

their parents, Mr. and Mrs: Sales Service Parts Silverman's"THE Machine

Horace Cushing.Mr. MillerBrownMotors Florida JalousiesOF MAN'S STORE"Clotblnr CenterUsed

and Mrs. Michael Wilson of HaberdasheryShoes Singer Sewing Machines
Lake Mary were weekend guestsof Inc. Sportswear Many One Of A Kind

Mrs. Wilson's grandparents,, FR 2-3532 WINDOWS DOORS Formal Wear Rentals Starting- At $9.95

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Klein. Mr. 1030 E. University Ave. Gainesville ALUMINUM AWNINGS 208 W. University, Gainesville FR 6-6310
Wilson is with the Air force at Palm Beach Awning WindowsAll FR 6-3502 216 W. University Gainesville

WHAT ARE YOU DOING Sanford. Another visitor of the Pontiac Meet A.W.M.A. Specifications
Montgomery Write Or Call For Estimates
Kleins was their daughter Mrs. J. MOVER SHOES
and Inc.
D. McKinney, Mr. McKinsey
sons of Gainesville Sunday. 1817 Hawthorne Rd., Gainesville Gainesville MayflowerLOCAL Bob's Shoe StoreShoes
I It's fa your hands today. Bend it-shape it- :
Jimmie Eunice of Valdo&ta. Ga. PONTIAC -CMC TRUCKSB. AND LONG DISTANCE for The Entire Family
make h fit your foreseeable needs. And since so M. C. SPORTS CARS
\' spent the weekend here ith his ELECTRIC MOTORSElectric MOVING FORTUNE FOR MEN

much can happen that Isn't foreseeable, better ,'" parents and other relatives and Authorized Sales Parts -ServiceFR Storage And Crating- CHARM: SET FOR WOMEN

have a margin for contingencies! .' attended the First Baptist Church.' 2-2585 Gainesville FR 6-5224 ENDWELL FOR CHILDREN
220 N. W. 8th Ave.. Gainesville Motor
welcome here Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Tyner of Bags Millenery Accessories
Savings accounts of all sizes are MUSIC
Sanford were Sunday visitors of Repair Co. 21 W. University Gainesville
and are ;insured to $ .OOOO by the Federal : Crane Motor Co. 1
Mrs. Tyner's brother, Ear! Teston OF GAINESVILLE INC. The Music Center
Deposit Insurance Corporation. ,. v ; < and family. LARK-ANGUA- COMPLETE ELECTRIC MOTOR PIANOS-ORGANS- SPORTING GOODSThis
; Mrs. Cora Hodges of Maxville SALES AND SERVICE
r. Authorized Sales & Service
Distributor of
visited Mrs- Hester Hicks and Mr. Sales-Repairs
AT OUR BANK "Complete Service for All Makes" Area's Most Complete Lineof
: and Mrs. O. J. Anders during the New Lincoln Motors"PR Sheet Music Accessories"You
week. 506 E. University Ave. FR 2-4251 2-8318 Can't Beat our Terms" Sporting Goods at

Jann Wainwright, small daughter Gainesville Fla. 1030 S. Main. Gainesville 1025 W. University Gainesville JImmie Hughes Inc.
I ,
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wain- :AUTOMATIC
wright of. Waycross, Ga.. a visiting TRANSMISSIONS FARM EQUIPMENT 1113 W. University Gainesville

FLORIDA her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Lillian's Music Store

Mrs. H. C. Wainwright Jann has AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS Rush's Tractor Co. Inc. Gainesville Leader" Since 1933 YARNS-TOYS
a new brother. David Lee. born BUSINESS
.- .. -- -- .. in Waycross Memorial ARE OUR NEW HOLLAND KRAKAVER WINTER-CABLE
HospitalCharles Jack and JillA
Service & Repairs-Work
.< lUR iiHiIiLfONL Brooking of Gainesville Guaranteed ALLIS CHALMERS CHORD ORGANS, $159-$375 Complete Line of

-. __. _, ._ ___ and his brother, Arthur Brookingof HASSETFEBGUSONFarm Music Yarns Needlework Notions
-- - -- Guitars Drums Sheet -
Logan. Utah, were guests of Lamar PearsonAT And Tractors Free Instructions
Mrs. L. H. Hill Thursday and
TUBBY'S 66 SERVICE FR6-4385 FR 6-5931 vToy -Game -Dolls-Hobbles

visited among their old friends. 505 N W. 13th St. Gainesville Archer Rd. Gainesville 112 S. E. First, Gainesville 625W. University GainesvillejAltCH
The Brooking family wera long

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EIGHT 8TARK&. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, MARCH '23, 1961 .- --_. .

Community Church Men's Din- !i Keystone Council

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Building.ner Meeting in Educational .1w Hearing. "' Scheduled I' Moves To.Fill

I I On ,Proposed Changes.

Mary\ K. Schaeffer William's Instructions 6:45: for p. m.Teen-agers, St. i.; In Keystone Charter 1 1I j i Vacancies On New ZoningCQmmissionThree

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------------------ -----. -----, -------------- Art Class at Dot Newman's at I ; ,
I as A public bearing on the pro- j
THIS WEEK IN KEYSTONE formers, for dinner. 7, p. m. Ii I i .t.;t, r.W Ij I Ii i posed charter revision for the : members of the recently I II present, said that he had :equested -

March 23, Thursday: DuPont Men's Bowling League, Cub Scouts Den 1, St. Anne'sParish .,.,> j town of Keystone Heights will I I named Keystone Heights Zoning I! the Walrath Agency to submit
Annual Meeting of Clay Electric, Gainesville7 p- m. House, after school.Lions' be held la the board room of I I Commission have notified Town such a statement and that he

on grounds, all day : Morocco Temple's All-Scar-Min Club Meeting, 7:15: p. m. : rv flay. Electric Co-op at 7:30 j I Council of their unwillingness to would request that they do so

Duplicate Bridge Club, Section strel, Clay Electric Ground, 8 p. CAP Cadets, 7:30 p. m. at Sky- *M % I p. m.'Tuesday, March 28. The .I serve, and efforts are being madeto promptly.

n, 10 a..m.Community. m. tel.CAP g -aIcLi :announcement was made yesterday secure replacements.It Mayor M L. Beasley reported

\ Church Women's i Duplicate Bridge ClUb, SectionI Seniors meet at Skytel, I by Town Clerk C. H. was reported at the council that the police department intended

Rummage Sale old Western Auto 8p. In.March 7:30: p. m.Stations. I Haberstroh. meeting on March 14 that Lindsey to tighten up on traffic violators -

Bldg. I 25, Saturday: of, the Cross, St. William's Mayor. M. L. Beasley will I Walker and Bill Reynolds Sr. had and that he planned to put

Garden Club of Lakes, meeting Catechism, St. William's, grades 7:30: p. m. I preside at the hearing and a declined to serve and it was recommended on an extra man under Chief!
postponed till tomorrow. 1-6.10-11: a. m. March .28, Tuesday: ... .t o ; I representative of Municipal I that Roy L. Watkinsand Brune' to work in daylight hours.

Community Church Choir Practice Community Church 1V. men's Woman's Club Luncheon MeetIng !! 'Code Corporation will be on Lawrence F. LaMee be appointed ,The Mayor said he had no recommendation -

7:30: p. m. I Rummage Sale, Old Western Auto 1 p. m.Brownie hand to answer questions. Attorney to fill the vacancies. Since to make at this:
Junior Woman's Club Board Troop 229, after school, t; yf Prevatt will also that ,
Myron meeting, Mrs Charles Wal-} time in regard to an appointee
Meeting, 8 p. m. Bldg.Walker's Service Station Boys' St. William's Hall. I be present to explain legal ;lenius has also declined membership i but would advise the council latei

McKay's Women's Bowling Bowling Team, Palatka, lOa. m. Cub seouts'Den 3, -St. Anne's raw I aspects of the proposed charter so a third replacement: must I Councilman Beam ugested

Team, Women's League, Palatka, Girls' Bowling Team, Palatka, Hall after 'school. t I\ ro change.The I be found. Formal acceptance has, I that ho council members, attempt

9 p. m.March. at 2 p. m.March Fla. Highway Patrol's Safety : public is urged to attend not yet been received from Wat- !to bring undue influence on the

24, Friday: I 26, Palm Sunday: film, Masonic"Hall, 7 p. m.- ,.. the hearing. kins or LaMee. I police department and othercouncil

Rotary Club Luncheon 12:15: Attend your church. [Notices Masonic Lodge Meeting, 8 p- m.Men's X. &1)w ) The two originally named mem- I members agreed to thi
League, Palatka, y : '
Noon. elsewhere in this column! Bowling Belote's O'Conner's andRedfearn's were assigned posts such as guard ,I bers who have accepted; posts on I policy. It was said that the proposed
Community Church Women's St. William's Choir Practice. 12 including :w L: w I duty traffic control, and passing the commission were John Bird. i addition' to the police force i
Rummage Sale, Old Wetsern Auto Noon. men's teams. : p. i!out air-show leaflets. Cadets not I,chairman and Everett Fox I would' be for the summer traffic

Bldg.Garden First Baptist Church Concord m.March y on guard duty were permitted togo Councilman Jim Hethrrington period only.
29 Wednesday
Club of the Lakes 2 p. Choir practice 6 p. m. : town-Saturday night from reported at the meeting last week i Mayor Beasley recommended
Cub Scout Den 2, at St. Anne'sParish
EYC. St. Anne's 7:30: p. m. 8 till 11:30.: I that he was investigating'\ leaseof that the salary 6f Chief :une bet
m.First House after school. j :
Baptist Church Carol and Lenten Devotions, St. Anne's, a crater pump to Alachua increased $5 weekly. Councilman
First Church Adult On Sunday morning, the boys
Cherub Choirs Practice 3.4& p. m. 7:30: p. m.Community. Baptist County Board of Education and I Beam recommended an ,additional
+ Girl Scout Troop 190. after Church Young Peo- Choir Practice. 8:15: p. m. I I.'were up' for reville and the raisingof will report later. He also said thata .$2 weekly also be paid to ..e chief

school, St. Anne's Parish House. ple's Meeting 7 p. m. in Educa- Prayer Group and Bible Study ; i !Tii;iniri 11 :nnrrmnmtT- the flag, after which they resumed 7',2! horsepower motor had been ana that the additional duty of

Boy Scout Webelos' Den meet- tional Bldg. meeting i J; k oWd; Larry F. Cooper ,I their duties as guards, etc. stolen from 'the pump house at :inspecting building permits and

Ing, 6:30: at St. Anne's Parish Adult Choir's Concert. First tory, 7:30: p; m. Ceremony At 5:30 p. m. Sunday they started .the airport. business licenses be assigned to
March\ 30, Saturday Evening for home arriving at 10 p. m.., !
House. Baptist Church 7:30: p. m- .. Maj. 'Bert Christoffers Jr. said him-
Duplicate after encountering much rain and tha; the CAP cadets hart held I 'Councilman Hetherington moved
Boy Scout Troop 105 meeting,' March 27. Monday: U, 10 m.Community. Church Mrs. Jackson chose a flamingo a
I a.
bad weather .training exercise the the of tleTown
eekend increase
7:30: p. m., St. Anne's Parish Executive Board Meeting, Com- wedding sheath'dress, worn with matching over l to salary }
WeddingRehearsal Party and that he would find out if Police Officer, effective: the
March any
House munity Church Women 9:33: a. m- tice 7:30 18 accessories, white gloves, and a I
: p. On .Friday evening, March 17, suspicious persons had beta notedin I Week starting March ,19. to $62
Estrellita Club hostesses to Girl Scout Troop 147 meeting; McKay's i ,Jackson, corsage of white ,roses. 1 f !
I I the final rehearsal for tha Jack- the vicinity.Hetherington. per week, $5 of the i Increase considered -
Morocco Temple Minstrel I Melrose Parish House after Team : and, Mrs. Mrs. Cooper, mother of the J I i
wedding held at also said that the merit Increase and
--_._ keystone bridegroom, wore a peacock blue son-Cooper was 'f as a ,
T In case we bride of Lar- faille sheath, with matching 7 p. m., after which there was a Airport Committee had met with $2 to cover additional duties as
thing, we are for all members of I I Harvey Cam and the Civil Air The
O. know. of Mr. and Jacket white accessories, and a lovely party I license and permit Inspector.
K I also; of corsage of white roses.A the wedding at' the home of Mr. Patrol and that the CAP :had accepted motiOn was passed.
about as double ring and Mrs.rKenneth Cooper, parentsof Cam as manager of the Council Gene Williams reported
b reception was held in the
road schedule | Rev. the, grocm. The Cooper's Lake airport.It that on checking the' city limit
by Parish Hall after the
Q that It is ceremony.In
01' .
hope : Brooklyn home was beautifully was reported that Farm For lines he had noted( that Block 40
Club the receiving line were Mrs-
Woman's de- Lawrence LaMee, Mrs. Jackson, decorated for the occasion, and ester Don Champion is cruisingthe had been wrongfully excluded And
atG On Tuesday, the the refreshment table was most airport timber and has recommended should be included when the revised -
on Mrs. Cooper the bride and bride-
Keystone wreath maid attractive.At cutting the north area charter is discussed. Beam
A.Huw groom, bridesmaid, and
@ will hold its around the honor. this party, the briJe! and which is the only portion suitablefor stated that the limit lines should

ing starting at grom presented gifts to their attendants timber planting, and that include the entire width of ''a
was pro- The hall was beautifully deco-
the program In other areas delineated on the map street rather than at tin center.
NEW JERSEYOne tapers, rated with pink azaleas and white
can Home," side ,of bridal wreath.. A lace cloth cov- Guests included all members of not be planted. The forester recommended line. This will be discussed when
shown,on wedding Re Fred in the the committee meets March 21.
the party: ? cutting area
of the country's outstanding collections of battle ered the bride's table, in -he cen-
lucky lady will which' Yerkes: Mr. and Mrs. J. AI. Web-f marked and that the proceeds be I Town Clerk C. H. .Haaerstroh
was sung ter of beautiful four-
flags dating back to Revolutionary times, is housed in dress length accom i I tiered t wedding: was cake a topped- by a i ii ber, parents of the flower girl; used to finance replanting. The reported that the bonding com--

Trenton's State House. The state museum in the annex doorprize.At on at [miniature bride and groom. The I Mr., .and, Mrs. C, H. McIntyre, matter was returned to the com- nany had reimbursed' the 'town

1 contains exhibits of New Jersey plants and animal the I cake ,was, placed on a large mirror grandparents of the groom; and mittee for further,study and re- 'n the amount of $15 to cover 'a

life. The Old Barracks meeting on I ] maid! ',pf hon urrotindedby\ white: lilies of Mrs. James L. Hetherington, organist port.A. --: delici.t.Jl.pettycashfundcausecl
\ were built to house French nating" I sheath with the valley and pink sweet peas.I ;: and th parents of the letter to Paul Smyzor owner by failure of a, former police' : officer -

Indian war troops in 1758 and is considered an architec- the coming j of nylon 'or- Mrs. William Scales cut the cake, bride, Capt. and Mrs. Robert lof Keystone Inn and Beach, regarding to return money advanced:

tural gem. In the Revolutionary it was barracksfor Members of i head- which she had also baked and Jackson. complaints of citizens a- him for change purposes. ''

Hessian troops. The be Mrs. J. O. bouquet 'of decorated,'and Mrs. J. W. Warren Girls Enjoy! Scouting: Trip bout the use of intoxicating liquorat The clerk reported several d-
museum includes collection
now a Williams, Mrs. id. Miss poured. punch.. Misses Carol War-. Girl Scout Troop 190 went on the beach, was read into the linquent business licenses, arid
of Continental currency. The spot where Washing Mrs. William gown ren and Nancy; O'Conner assistedin their first tent-camp at Juniper minutes as a matter of record. they were turned over to May$r

ton's troops first fired on the Hessians is marked by a Arthur the maid of, I I .serving. Springs over the long school holiday Councilman Bill Beam lead the Beasley enforce the ordinance.It .

150-foot-high Battle Monument. On May 16, color wa$! The bride's book was kept by March 1619. All girls participating ; minutes of a recent meeting of was decided that liens would be
1 trict-V Work : a bouquet Miss Frances Reaves. enjoyed real pioneer the Beach Committee' and remarked filed in cases of delinquent personal ?-

THE FFWC at the Out of town, guests included camping around the aquarium site I that a statement of in- property taxes 'rePOrted'. by
STATE BANKF.D.I.C. 1 on this in sister Mrs.:P..'H, Haskins, Mr. and 'Mrs. of the park, living in tents and surance coverage had not yet been I (Continued on ,next page) I

\ Duplicate Club n of hon- Hayden Haskins, and Charles [Continued On Nest Page] received. Mr. Smyzor, who was ','

At the organdy, Haskins, all of Ocala; Mi. and -

:MEMBER of the yellow iris. Mrs. James Webber and children
TI A Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community and Mrs. was :Miss of Jacksonville; Mrs. Tames: A. I
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u' in Keystone Heights, Fla. high scorers; dressed: in Hammock Hialeah; Mr. and ,
and Mrs- anl carry. Mrs.:Fred Leonhard, Mr. a.-.d Mrs. I ir
ond high; flower girl, W. T, Jackson and children Becky ? "
field and Mrs. niece of the and' Mark, of Starke;; Mr. and k; .
.. white..
Mrs.{ George Finley, Mr. and Mrs. I
Heights Glen B. Crawford and Mr. and:

best man. Mrs. E. Powell all of Gainesville;
Melrose"r brother" Mr. and 'Mrs. J. H. Granger of

.Copper/ Waldo; air. and Mrs. George +
i marriage by Hanks: of ,Melrose; and Mr, and r

BUSINESS DIRECTORY in .a white Mrs. a H.. Mclntyre of Tippi-

gown' c nqe,. Ind. I i

..... bodice anc ::The bride ..is a graduate of
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of Bradford High School in i r 1r

APPLIANCES VRedlearn's I GIFTS-TOYS j jJena LUMBER to points over Starke. Mr. Cooper graduated +
; Veil from Melrose High School and is

AppliancesHOirOINT I San I attachrd :to a now stationed with the.. Army at I I1.ilFl

I Hn bou Fort Benning, Ga. After h short '

APPLIANCESMajtag ( 3i and wedding trip Mr. Cooper rvtumed :
Wa>hem:' and Dryers Bible. Her : (_
We S to Fort Benning where .he will t __ ,.
Zenith T V i
Cut a gift of the be'joined by? his bride; in',a short lj 1 ,
Sen-ire On All Makes I /tJ :JoijJ Kiln Dried ?' J v y :while: I j Y ,rtp : j' .-. _' 1,

Keystone Heights, ,Phone. : 4252 I wedding; ,
I Largest & :Most! Complete Selection -
Cement-)( ,
i of Greeting Cards and Toys. Mill on Hyw. v'- .' and Allen Donahue.

The Boat Barn : In This! Area? : _Phone: They! arrived at their destina- _
Keystone Heights t tHARDWARE civil Air tion at 10 a.,m.. where they registered f r
MrJrote" Gil ;).%.01 -- PACKAGE ti and .;
i in New Smy drilled for an _hour,
EVINRUDE March 18- i iI I _

SALES & Brooklyn monm&'hi AutoFireCasualtyBonds *
r' I
SERVICE House i \ 1 by Senior and Allied Lines .
I Supply
t f King. ({Zj' eall from and
VAR-TUNG PAINTS :t OPEN 8 A.M. 1st Lt. Reynolds 1 :InsuranceAgency I e *r+ If ybi '
Outside House Paint CLOSED Mann Sgt.
i I Mildew Resistant Keystone Leath, <' W. L.. ReynoldsPh. I he'sonthejbb
Bar-Mar Const. Co. : SPECIAL f .
$4.93 G.I..LOXIt t\\, I i 1 Nooney Jr., 2442 '2701 I
HOME IMPROVEMENTS \; Keystone Heights, Phone 2741 REAL SneDen,.Lar-, Fla. j /
I .Keystone ,
Room Additions Awnings ] II i I ,! ; Mooaeyham; 1 I I T'S LATE at night and the one/ tan; ,* need day half the families in America save them.,
C. J. .... ,
Florida Rooms Garages ,Odom's Hardware & ; :; '*' 101" ,. H-- I filled
Aluminum most in this world is a prescription Your S&H Green Stamps make it possibl
Siding FIIA Loans
Ph. 4281 Lawrence Blvd. Supply I II I I I for someone you love. You make a phone call for you fo'chooie from over 1,500 top*

Keystone Heights i ir HARDWARE FAINT REAL DECORATING SHOP and a friend answers-your druggist. Within quality, famous brand-uaae items at your '
r Cement Blocks Red Mix minutes after call he's the .
: I 4 your on job. S&H Gr&a! 'Sunip Redemption Store.
t. :
Sinclair Kerosene Cement und Fuel Oils: Keystone: } Building keystone Heights i I It takes a time like this to make you realize; *- i

Edna WilliamsFLORISTNt'RSERY ileter ServiceMelrose how much you depend on this man, yet,howr FLORIDA DMSION .
; i ESTA RA I I The HutcJ mon .
: Phone:'' Oil 5-5421, I rNiJT.S AND much you take him for granted. Your j harmacist Sperry and Company I

FLOWERS :MILLWORK, I' I ': White I i means medicine when you need jt- HI01 Florida Avtnut,Tampa, Florida
For All OccasionsMelrose. skillfully prepared.He means serviceregardless -
Phone: GR 5-2331 "A GOOD PAINTING AIDS not _444jj
I Dinners t of time. His concern is for you, only AM American Wtj of Thrift
Keystone M customer, but as *friend. .
GAS-BOTTLED i Cold .I /or11Aa0,000fafir7tel. ,.., c'=,.
Millwork Paper 1 ,' llRd. valiiabli for DlJlributttlS 89f' ';;=!
,Shop I Take ,Samples .whaf a "extra" you ,=
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__ t.s CR.lEN': t -
Keystone Gas Co. .
C,4B1NETS-D001t8 Open 11 i 'jf: oiir., neighborhood'firug store givevyou < ST .4lrtP5 .i k--. ;:
24 HOUR SERVICE WINDOW. FRAMES- SCREENS, Fisherman. MJI Green"Si iDps.You know;of course, to- \, ''''''v..". --:' }?, _
wnd j jj jt
PHONE 4X51 Trim .H ieiiaIs Clean 'em. Papering! *Painting. ... --'.. .
ir* 1 *t- ..}; ,' < : i- .i- ;b ,.'
Franchised Distributor of Sash Made To,Order i Rt. 21 Between. ,.' pfeone Keystone ':4503 i; ,;:f: .: .j. TH .MAN. .WHO KNOWS YOU MUT...tiff R V ill YOU BESTIJ : i .;;:
i SAF-CAS : Keystone Heights': "& : #... .. ;". .', r. I -. 1i : ::: .-:;,;':.; ... .. u ,4 t- i ; -.ifd; ...J IL',,, 'f .itl' .. .....-r..f' '. .;-" A- .t:;;:: .

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original in' the office of the Clerkof to point of b '.nn'ng: ail :\ : g andbeing
sTm"GliLIGHTS yoking movie. TYYYTTTTTYTYYTYTTTTTYTYlMOMER Lewis Friday afternoon. i 112 little guests at her home Fri. .
y "ii' 1 I I, the Circuit Court on or before the inN l.rtlftlU.Lt. \ I
Please patronize the ladies oft Council Moves Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey and afternoon with Easter '. ,. ,
i.day a egg 24 day of April 19(1; otherwise the Sreuun .1, \ a.u ;I. ; : u. : !; lllP
i.I the Community Church at their,i Mrs. Iva Douglas were in Starke I; hunt. Favors of miniature Easter allegations of said Complaint will 22: East atilt r -tain'n? tre: tl: ,
be taken as confessed' by you. Acre, more or lest '
rummage sale today, tomorrow :, Tuesday afternoon. i i baskets baby chicks and candy This notice shall be publishedonce for cash to the highest biddrr.This .
.. I and Saturday, in the old Western!I To Fill Vacancies By Shirley GreenAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Miss Mamie Clark returned to1:!I eggs were given to the gueits. Refreshments each week for four consecutive\ property will .b* bold "as is
1' &i&&A& I weeks in the Bradford Tele- where is" with representationbeing
AA&&A&& &&&& Auto building. I r Jacksonville after spending a week of eggs, 'sandwiches gt''J\h, County made as to no the condition<<
;?' S 1nUed' From Preceding Page : Personals ; |I with her parents; Mr. and; Mrs. : and punch were served. Dated this 22 day of March, 19(1. thereof, and may be inspected by
i Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bachmann I.I.i (Continued from Preceding Page) Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Hall and ii i Lloyd Clark. I (SEAL) appointment with undersigned.
::COeictng in the out-of-doors. :, 'daughter i of Fairbanks were! Sunday -j Charles A. Darby, Undersigned reserves the right to
entertained at dinner Saturday t t.Mr| and Mrs Bobby Brannum .
I the tax collector for the tax I .. "1.. Clerk of the Circuit Court. reject any and all bids.A.
year ru-M't: ('o.rt, .BradfordCeut7
ATmovie the wild life of the dinner guests of Mrs. Amanda' Marian L. JR.
on evening, :March 18, honoring their 1960. and daughter of Palatka visited]1 ._Florida. Ia CfcaocMTWilli By Crosby J. THQMAS

; >> iIi and the wild life of the''weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. I Council Beam reported meet- Lewis. i Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green Friday j jand .n.S. Terry, Plaintiff, va. Deputy Clerk. S.:! 4t 4.13 By 203-203' George X. Temple H. Pierce.Avenue
!Lp .m ole Indians was presented Harold Mellon of Massachusetts.Other Mrs. Eva .Crowl of Largo 1st! Saturday. V i Ha_.uMjiiUa Terry, Defendant Starke. Florida
'* hsday retired : ing with _a representative of the spending a few weeks with Mr.i ![ NOTICE TO APPEARTo I. CmB.tr ".....'. Court !. -t.d Attorney for Estate of James
night by a guests included Mr. and Municipal Code Corporation City I Mrs. Truby Parrish and daugh- : Hazel Melinda Terry whose For Bradford C...ty, .Florid Bryant, deceased.
,Jc i ttper living at the park. : Mrs. Ed Conneen Mr. and Mrs' which time a rough draft of the : and.Mrs. Malcolm Lewis and fam ter' of Santa Fe Mr. and Mrs. G. residence maur Avenue.and address Columbus is :-129 2, Ohio Glen-; In re: Estate of James. Bryant 3-23:! 2t S-30

,;' 3 40n; Friday night, after a nature ,,. Bill Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert proposed revised Charter was ily. A. Gay of Starke and: Mr. and You are hereby notified that a I i deceased.XOTICK OF SALE
hike and lessons on how to live Nelson and Stanley LaCross. [I checked. He has Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry, Mr. i[ Mrs. Dwight Godwin of New York ..n't fair> divnri-e. has been filed a- I Please Take Notice that on the'
h the the Monday arranged to secure and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby and son ;I!'iere of Rosa Pin- gainst you .n| the Circuit Court of I IUradto1'd 3rd of April1961. at public auctionat
i out-of-doors girls morning, March 20, Mr. additional copies'of tI'e draft guests Mrs. : Countr. Florida, in Chan- : RaWYNEEL
[[ the South door of the Bradford : ;Repair
Aped with. presenting a campfire:. and Mrs. Albert Bachm .nn and which will 'be checked \\ith' the of Sta1- e, and Mrs. T. Markey'I holster Sunday afternoon. i ".>.n.lu'Tt'in: William S. Terry is i[ County Courthouse in Starke Florila ,
i attended the birthday dinner for Plaintiff and .yon are the Defend nl '10.oo o'clock A. M. undersigned '
program for all campers in the their house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Corporation Allen Lewis of Cross City was i -
Municipal City'Attorney ant. You are hereby required to i
\ j will sell the following propeity .
.''Park.After. j: Harold Mellon left for St. Peters- and members of the Allen Connely in Leesburg Sunday visiting his mother, Mrs. Amanda' serve a copv of your Answer or'I situate in Starke. Bradford ::

three beautiful days and burg, for a ten-day vacation. The Council at fMr i Lewis, and also friends in Palatka pleadings to the complaint on th..j I County. Fit>ndi, to-wit: I II ,

nights the tired but happy Scouts'' Bachmanns will be home in time for: March, a meeting 21. tentativelyset ,and Mrs. Lowell Douglas *! bver the weekend.. Plaintiff"Post. Office attorney Box} 197?.,JtS. (ru&gs'l! I i.I Center Comment Street' at of the Temples Mouth SubdiiiI Line of ;I! MOBILE RADIO

broke I for Easter. and son of .Jacksonville spent the Polk and' i nda, sad to -fil> the original ofraid ]I > : *
camp with the question Councilman Fred Dodd Mr. and Mrs. Edd S. !I: sion where It intersects East Hipht'oMVay | '
reported with Mrs. Iva Douglas. Answer or pleading: in the of- '!'' of Seaboard Airline JUil- ,; AVE.
"When do we go camping again? James M. Nelson of Cincinnati, that the request of Dr. D. M. weekend sons 'were visiting Mrs. Faye flee of tne Clerk of the Cin-nit ,:i, way, thence run Southwesterly, almg'j':8aid 234 N. TEMPLE
,, Parents visiting the camp Friday Ohio is expected:! in Keystone to i iI Christoffers to build Mrs. Eva ,Han-ell spent" the'Johnson and Irish Lee in Gainesville Court. at Starke, Florida on or befrro. -,j+'[: East right-of-way line of
a canopy the 22nd:! diy of ISfil located in Florida
night with the younger Girl : spend the Easter weekend with weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Paul ,! Sunday afternoon. Ronald April : '! ward Airline Railway1110 feet ( North ,
over the proposed sidewalk. at the' otherwise, the allegations of said tot of Beginning, thence
Point "
I continue 1 store
Scouts were Mr. and Mrs. Rowan his brother and family. Mr. and south side of his building on Emery in Palatka. i I and Olan Polk also 'visited RichI i(! Complaint will he taken as ('on-1 in a Southwesterly direction) Supply Co. )

: Thomas, Harry Bleasdale, and Mr. Mrs. Herbert Nelson and Herbie,i Junior.Sellers and Harold Mann; and and Dwight while thet e. i! fp'"ed .by vou. 210 feet along said CastUne of said I
Nightengale Street had denied Dated this 16th of March,
aecn day
,::i'aboardirlint' railway, theme < Phone WO 4-5521
Godwin. The Assistant Scoutleader Jr., and to get in a little fishing. : and that the ,parking situ- Jr. of Wildwood visited K. L.. Mrs. Carl Edwards and daugh- 1!till. I f....*rlr: ". fight angles to Seaboard I j
., Mrs. Tom Gainar any her Mr. and Mrs. F. J..Kyle of Or- : ation complained of by the Green Thursday afternoon. |I ters of Gainesville were weekend : (SEAL) Airline Railway :10 feet, I II If no answer call
Key- "harles A. ,
Darby I
husband had lunch on Saturday lando, and Mrs. R. M. Kyle of !stone Bank would beheld in abey- Mrs.: Al Rain pf Archer visited ,i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Evan i Clerk of Cirfjiit Court Seaboard t.eueurtheasterly Airline Railway: and parallel 210 feet.to :. WiJ 42113

end provided transportation lor Roanoke, Va. were. weekend guests: ance until the proposed sidewalk! Mrs." Mamie Hodges- ..Saturday. j I Hodges. I, Bradford County. Florida thence Westerly 210: feet at right I II

some of the girls. 'of Mr.- and Mrs. Louis Kyle on 'had been constructed.' Rev. James Temple and family j jwere Miss Sue McDavid of ',Valdosta Deputy Ry Marian Clerk.U Crosby, I angles, to Seaboard Airline Railway .-- .U .

Besides the Scoutleader Mrs. Keystone Lake. Mrs-, R. M. Kyle i The application of La-i, guests of Mr. and :Mrs.' D.,P. State College, Valdosta, ,Ga. was <: 3-23:! it 4.13 t V...' ; ''''

Richard Lovorn. Mrs. Fremont I stayed a over, and will go to,Orlando Rue to operate a miniature George golf : Grantham aDd ,family. in Warner'I j home 'for the weekend with ,her 'i NOTICE TO DEFEND 1 1 1I. i .

Tolles,Vila Is Neighborhood Leader .later this week to sped sometime '; course was referred to the corn :,Rpbin, Ga. Thursday, Friday and i, parents, Mr and Mrs. A. F. Mc HrcnH Cvnrt, Bradford County,. r. I :Eti'l1V

and qualified, camper, accompanied with the F. J. Kyle. The |,I mittee for report. I IYYY .,Saturday. ,David. Florida' 'Case la dtmarerr:{o. 12-S6:! OW :Op : t, :

the girls. Kyle men are brothers, and Mrs. Miss Juanita: Stalnaker of Tallahassee { Mrs. W. T. Blair and Billy and I Jane M., Ban man, Plaintiff} vs..I : .

Brownie 'was' home, for. the, week- dinner 1, .August .\. Pnuman, Defendant. .
R. M. is their (
: Kyle sisterinlaw.Harold j .M.T YTY. _YTT' .T. TT1'' ] Mrs. W. L. Douglas were ,;INOTICE TO APPEAR ,
Eleven fourth-grade Brownies Ridaught came home i i end with her parents, Mr. and i iI guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. i iI j To:- August A. Bauman, whose

started working on their "ily-up" from St. Vincent's Hospital on' : Ml'S.T.. ,C.Stalnaker., ,'I Douglas in Lake Butler last SUn-I 1 I residence and address: Unknown. '
MELR0S.E i I 1 1| You are hereby notified that a 'I1NSPCTIrOtNJ S !
I. EOR ;
requirements last Tuesday at Monday, March 20, feeling much''' ; I :Mr. ,and .Mrs. R. ,B. Thomas ,01 day., I I suit for divorce has been' filed against -' ; j
AmandaST. ,
P their regular meeting. better. He entered the hospital] 1 f Lake :City visited ,Mrs. t Mrs. Iva Mae Lewis of Gaines I I you in the above namedCourt .'
By Airs. Alice RothhammerLAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 'i and cause; and you are required
These girls now operate their Tuesday, March 14, after trying I II I ville visited her mothfi Mrs. :1 1r r to serve a copy'of your answer -'

meetings on a patrol basis. The to move a 300-Ib. transformer : Amanda Lewis, Thursday.Mrs. or pleading to the complaint'

new officers, for this patrol are: thereby injuring himself. | !i ANNE'S EPISCOPALKEYSTONE HEIGHTS Evan Hodges, Mrs. T. W. Skipper on Plaintiffs'221 Florida Attorney Title Joseph JBaildins K.,.! The Beautiful; New Specious; i
Joann X Yk ndall. patrol leader: Mr. and ,Mrs. Darrell Davis entertained Quinby is home on ,leave :: I ,- Markey, and.Mrs.;Rosa Pinholster Jacksonville ,2,< Florida, and tile thedood : 'i ,
I from the U. S. Navy. i i i iI i ;
Debbie Brault scribe; altl.1imi. last, Saturday evening]I Saturday, March 25, 7:30: a. m.,! visited Mr. and Mrs. ,Joe Green 1

i "Float, treasurer. i with a fish-fry at their home.j!( Mr. and V- Mrs._R. M.- 'Turner "and j't 1 Holy Communion. 9:45: a. m"9teeI1agel'S I I and,Mrs Lizzie! ,Green. in, Palatka .CHESTNUT HE
I sons of Jacksonville visited Mr. ; j
The third-grade Brownies will Dinner guests were Mr. and 1\Irs.1|and Mrs. V. Y. j will 'gather at the parish Friday afternoon.Mr. 1

continue to operate their meetingsas Everett Fox and family :and Mr.|:j Crawley lecently. 1 I house to go gather palms. and Mrs. Carl Sievers and
Mrs. Edna
Cooper of :
usual. Their new officers are: : and Mrs. Leon Ridaught and fam Westfield. i i Palm Sunday-Holy Commun- son of Jacksonville were Friday 3t BEDROOM I. E. H.
N. J. has arrived at her QME
Susie Belote, chairman; Gail ily. cottageon !!1! ion, 9:30: a. m. Junior Choir sings, night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Evan I IV

Hickman secretary; and Kerry : Mr. and Mrs. William Dawson'i '' Lake Santa Fe to spend a few i 7:30 p. m. Sunday night will be Hodges.
weeks with relatives and friends ,
Shackleford, treasurer. i returned home Monday from the last Lenten service and study Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. a

t, Minstrel Friday Night '. '!Pembroke, Ga., where they at- including her parents, Mr. and I class. Malcolm Lewis on the birth of a

You are reminded the Morocco 1! tended the wedding of their niece,,I Mrs. L. M. Pearsall. I Holy Week daughter, itlartha Gayle, on Saturday B ATTRACTIVE MODELS

Temple's All Star1' Minstrel to ; Miss Carlene Lane, who married Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moore Wednesday, March 29SeniorI March 18, at Alachua Gen- 111j .. .... t

be shown in Keystone Heights j James Douglas Jr., of Jackson- :. spent the weekend, } in Tallahasseewith I I Choir practice, 7:30 p. m. eral Hospital in.'Gainesville.Congratulations; .t
I friends
Friday night March 24, a tap. m. I yule, in a Sunday afternoon ceremony and relatives. Dane Maundy Thursday service, 8 p. also'to :Mr. and '

at the Clay Electric grounds. The i at the First Christian Moore, who had spent several 1 m Mrs. Sonny Andrews; on the birth Beading i
I < PRICES $4100 PER
minstrel is. sponsored ty the : Church in Pembroke. i I with his grandparents, re- i i Good Friday service, Litany, of a babY'daughter, Sunday, .' '

Estrellita dub and the fitarke- i i Church News j i turned Mr. and home Mrs.also.W. J. Griner and I Ante-Communion, 'and Evening March 19th, in .,Bradford CountyHospital' f Qr :the ": FROM MONTH

Scottish Rite Club. On March 26, the 8 m.
Keystcae Sunday night, i, Prayer, p. .1
More RemindersAll Adult Choir of the First Baptist I family of Jacksonville s;>ent the | Easter Eve, April Baptism Easter EgffHunt WOip l tpirt'Hew \LY t tt
weekend (
with Mr.
parents and children over : Church will render Stainer's"Crucifixion" I par- i by appointment. Mrs.Mattie Sowells entertainedFaith .
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John r '
14 years of age are urged to attend and the Hallelujah: I Griner. Easter Sunday-:Holy Communion. ,

the showing of the film j Chorus from Handel's "Messiah., Mrs. Florence Jackson is visiting Flowering of the Cross and, ; Any iOf, These Beautiful .New .Homes w t

"Death on the Highway," sponsored -I tin Georgia. presentation of mite boxes, 9:30;: .Presbyterian ,
Soloists will be Mrs. Ray; Sted- '
by the Highway Patrol. It ( Mrs. Norman D. Maltedo took ia m. Church, Melrose facts Built! On Your, ',(Lqt With :

will be shown at the Masonic Hall ham, of Melrose, James Brown, Mrs. Ada Ford to Lovett to visit 1 Sunday services-ChUrch School, V 1 ,

at 7 p. m. on Tuesday March 28. David Waite, and Richard Waite, I her sister, Mrs. George Stewart. 1I I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 9-45 a.m. Morning Worship. 11 Features

This is definitely a thought pro- all of Keystone. !, Mrs. Ima Self of Gainesville recently ; KEYSTONE HEIGHTS a.m. Rev. James, R. Neale Jr., pas-l + l Fawi/r,
visited her parents, Mr. r r.V flr or' NO DOWN PAYMEi i
j 1 J. R., Smith, pastor, Ralph tor. .
and Mrs. D. B.
!'Copeland Minister of Music and I Th ChrMfen.Schnc* Monitor
and Mrs. D. W. Sanders of church organist FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I tin* N.rwy Jr., B ttca 1 15. Mats.

Palatka visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Services:' Sunday School ,:U MELROSE, 'find yIir Wwsjfcp'for 1M anti SEE IT NOW

i. Ford and daughters. : a. m. Morning Worship, 10:50: a. Sunday, 9:45: &. m., Church ihtdctd. t iEncloMd. find my dock rlB ON QIIR PARKING LOT

George Alderman is homo on a m. Training Union, 6:30.: "p.' m.I' School for all ages. 11 a. m., rny rdtfj' J y r$2O' 0 .
; montt i.S
1 Qap
30-day leave from Turks Island. 6:30 m., i month,S10 .D. ; .
i :'! Evening services 7:30: pm.. Morning Worship. : p. '
Mrs. H. A. Shannon of Jackson- Youth Fellowship.
MILK ville spent a few days with Mr. I i St. WUlluB'i Catholic Chapel; Wednesday 7:30: p. m., Bible -- ra; dBuilding( : Supply j

V' and Mrs. V. Y. Crawley i Keystone!:Heights Study and Prayer- Meeting. V ... ,

t fc Mrs. Charles Berkelman and I I Sunday;Masa at' 8:30:- a. m. Rev. Ted Springer, Pastor. ..; ..'" U M. '. : .V ,

daughter, Ruth, have returned I Holiday" Mass at 7:00: a. L < < 301 E. Call St. vo 4.5291r
home from Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Phil' Tuesday Mass at .8:00: a. m. TRINITY EPISCOPAL h' ." -..', ". .. .iZR. I......:,,, .Eli-... .... S

gal. 92c Berkelman of Atlanta returned Confessions before, "all Masses. CHlftCH, MELROSK .-.. .. .., .

t ..' with them for a visit. Baptisms, marrl .sa send In- Sundays 10 a. m., Church ...... ... ".... s.. '.v :.; _,.. .<._.u. j I:;.- -' ..' ,' ,"I! ,. .--. :... *'x '1your -

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Snyder and .t"Jetjon bY appointment
School. 11:15 ajn., Morning Prayer -
children of Tallahassee are visiting !
i and Sermon (First Sunday,
( Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moore II i
Ice Cream I head. Tenth grade-Carol Roth- Holy Communion). (6 p.m.. Episco-
and family, I|hammer, Pat Regan Virginia
pal Ycunsr Churchmen
1 JhtuAmnd .didn't, 1,
The Union of the
Training Bap- Ford, and Margaret Slade, Eleventh :. .
Holy' Days lo a. m., Holy .
Bread i -
Eggs went! '
tist Church to Lake Wales :f'
grade-Oleda Bowen, and Communion.
i marry a weight-lifterl!
Saturday afternoon to attend The; ,
Hurst- Twelfth grade Judy The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle, .
@ Passion Play.Winners and Carol Hansen. 1! ( f. ; t
ufmrtkUotwoytFrtth Cottage Cheese of the Duplicate Bridge,: Knapp .. .' Vicar.You'll I
,rich and sweeplatheraimsut'swefdI ---- -t a ,; I .. ;
m Club were: First place, Mrs. Alice
J Orange JuiceS ,
Ketchum and Mrs; Helen Phelps; a.

i it's strictly"all reef." Second place, Mrs. W. J. Grolick i. ', .'

and Mrs. William Moore; third

place Mrs. Mary Pearsali and : ) r : ": "- :
Miss Bessie Rutherford; and irof/ce/ cfange .. 'I 1:4S\ r'V
uiu Ann EE fourth place Miss Iva Hit yer and r ., '..

Mrs. Dorothy Scully

J J I 1 SI School News 1 when change to.V' : 't '; i
I Priscilla White, Margaret Slade, i : .,- .. ',.

Elaine Samson, and Buck King ,.)f'f. ,:; o' ,: ,
JJiS.301 played several musical selectionsat -, .>._ '". 'i ,.
I the PTA Variety Show held in V .. .t. .. / ,

Palatka Friday .night. SD ; :",;.- ..-... 4...... _' o.}"' '- ..
The new blinds which the PTA f V
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purchased have been instilled in VV,,.: ;

the auditorium. :-j' H": %: '> "' e V i
during Students the last making six all weeks A's include and B's: t o Jmotor,QiU ; :; ,J i J V/ *. 1.,* '; V ,.:. .

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First grade Brent Baldwin. we3 t 53ek4 t v. rb. <

'Richard .. r, ,".
Carlton, Tommy. Forte- ; : ,
1. imdsed gatsfai .
fflfeafft - '
'scue, Jeff Miller, Paul Morris, /

I I Bryan Stanley Ellen Bryan, Jen- 2. Increased ..L... .."t'..,"i .>....'.r!" ...:: $::t: ;-';7-" .-.., '... .'. I' .

ese Butts Melissa Gano Aa Griffin sn p8"Mt : .. r -
== I r g ;: :1 1"'rrJ i 14 t.

tI Cathy Price Patti Te ke, and .-, tip ':, t: ..'""i"> '., 1 .
''. *mt pr9 .99 tfH 18ft..,.. ,
I \ st j Tresha Turner. ._ .,_ s .# :.t. : !'.: : ,
Second grade Teena Katrina ""' :' ; ,, r. '. i ..
I Rothhammer, Beverly Strckland, 4. Dftereased angina.fcneek .

Lynn Sturdivant i _Judy McGrath, ..... : ';
I Clifford Yarbrough, hinds:: Perry, 5.Decreased engine wear '
:enjoy $hday freedQ
x i Ann Murray Spencer Simmons,i I Ii TO -

f i Madalyn Weghorst, Nathan Bruce,I -

I Becky Carnes, and Freddy( Cook. .Cities StriiQ 5D Koolmoior, ,. !1 ke flarneless electricity J work fpr yp 1

Third grade-Gerry Te, :e. Lon- I' cm. t ?" *l. ..*ltlM(. ... ,
actually! shoes thft,work.f several / c
nette Selph, Charles Perry Con j

nie Morris, Martha Ma thews. 1 grad..s ef- 'motor-. -et, to ,Into' Take the Jtoop, etch: and,strain out of washdays. ..save time aid' .

I Christine Gaboardi and,Christine ftvi you mjxlraua rottcfion, Ill rgy,for enjoyment witH your 'family., '*, ,-,
I .. b x s ) ;
Brantley. for starttn{. wum-uf. and LiLECTRIC! DRYERavier i than sunshine.: .saves you from lifticf'Lagging .

At4ruVactatlO ''I Phyllis Fourth Odom.grade Brenda Beth Simmons Webster! ;; crui in -th. three deify,jfi; *' .. an3haninf wetkundry..a d io kind to your nice things,too! ...i :;ik;
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I I Pat Harris, Maria Yarbr ugh, and .ink rentes., :An ELECTRIC WASHER. gets clothis' deaher .. keeps i them. new-..' ., -
I Barbara Breyfogle.: ..> "lc er-
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I Fifth grade-Bill Angle' Jack ,STOP IN THIS/ WEEK "An fLECTRJC IRONER does professional Ironing white you sit relaxed.

Chapin, Lloyd Baldwin. Marlene of watery -
:An.ELECTRIC WATER HEATER .supplies plenty piping-hot .
PHONE i Odom. and David Gaboardi Jfo&auae .-. no fuaae.5afe'W dean ors"oar ekctric light
I Sixth grade- David JBrantley, --
'If home is5etefrfe.I/ if l I'
Linda Hubner Buddy Lee. Kathryn your new ... ,*MOpERNI "

t WO 4-3101 i I Looney, and Robert \]rlicGuire.r : SiiCOXCITIES ; VV 8-tee Y I f *' : *'*-ow.: -*!
) r I, Seventh grade Wesley Arwqod, ? .i.'n.i. *_ jij 7.V, v- r

Sara Baldwin and Jean Lively. F".+ ,, fc ..., fJ .. 'f tti

Office and School Supplies Eighth Grade-Charles Buchanan, :' J
John Eichelsderfer, Carson John- ; ,
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try Martha Scott. Valerie Olson. i. .
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BRADFORD County TELEGRAPH Shanon Spivey, Cathy Webster,. V ,Af.jp'R'l A POWf & L'lOHT CpM..Y'

and Walter Wilson. Ninth grade-; 705 Temple Are. Starke, Fla..ti .' HELMN9* DUiLD FLORIDAMARCH '

Ellen Scott and Barbara Whitev .
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T T i asked to 'attend this meeting> as teacher of first grade at RJE isi I I
( underwent surgery in St. y, and Mr. and Mr!. JohnR. IB The
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED we must begin plans for our ant Godmother of little E rnard.! IZifiklh Judicial Clrcalt, IB AnilFur
Hospital in Jacksonvillelast Spence of Jacksonville were Bradford Court
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy niversary in May. -A. R. Jenkins I A very inspirational ceremony was FARM Saturday. supper guests of the O. E. Crosbys !. (''''Ju'erT.
reporter. Rauleraon. Plaintiff
Sis. Arata Williams;r James Russell -
Mrs. Sara Hunter
and daughter Saturday night.
Four-Hundred Social Club : TB. Ho'ie Ra t,11erH, m, Defend
Ozora ShelliAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA j reporter By hers O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Conya: and son, The.on, of I Mrs. Joe Jones attended! the ant. '
The Club met at the usual rimand eew Bethel Baptist Church' ;,. Starke were supper guests of Mr. FEA convention in Jacksonvillelast DIVORCE
place with most of themem Rev. A. B. Vinson pastor will ; and Mrs. Ercell Edwards and I I Thursday and Friday as a To: Rosie Raulerson, resideuce
bers present. Many objectives of hold regular services all !I and address unknown.V .
Laid To Rest day Sunday Mi's. O. E. family Wednesday night of last 1
m. at the hall. This is Crosby was transacting -
a I the club were discussed i delegate from Urwi County $ >u Are Hereby Notified that a
The late Pauline Marshall was meeting." Plans will be completed plans starting with Sunday School business in Jacksonville last week. j Complaint for Divorce has been

laid to rest in the family plot of for Grand Lodge in April'at' Jack- were set forth for future promotion at 10 a. m. Supt. Milton Ellerson I I Thursday and was accompaniedhome Mr. and Mrs L W. Pace entertained J'i 'Schools. filed.against you and you are requIred -

the cemetery in South Starke sonville. High Priest John Diggsis and benefits of the club in charge; 11 a. m. morning wor by Miss Diane Spence who with a fish fry recently.] In t'oiiBly ,Judgr' {4Jurt, !. Aad or to pleading serv a to copy the of Complaint our answer

after an impressive service plan- urging all that included: spiritual welfare, ship: 7 p. m. evening worship; stayed until Sunday afternoon. I I Guests included Mr. and .Mrs. Jim !I Fur Bradford County, 1 lorltta.In on the plaintiff attorneyJ..
Royal Archers to
re: Estate of George A. llibbs. 203-205 N.
membership financial Thoma?. Jr.. Temple
status and music
by the senior
ned by the Deacon staff of New fail not in attendance to this choir. Miss Johnny> McGee of Green Cove Godwin. Mr. and Mrs. MedfordjShealey ;; deceased. Ave, Starke, Florida, and file the
Bethel Baptist Church. meeting. All members of the Ma- community charity. Our member Lottie English in charge Dea. B. Springs spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Pete Har- i j :NOTICE TO CREDITORS i original Answer or Pleading in she
ship drive is still open we shall be T. Marshall, Sr. president. All tell, Mr. and Mrs. Hitchcock and All creditors of the estate of I office of the 'Clerk cf the Circuit
All participants were 9 ked to sonic family are asked to turn his. cousin Bobby Marton. He was jl. George A Hibbs{ deceased are hereby Court on or before the 27 day of
be brief due to the severe strainon out in full regalia Sunday. Palms expecting applications fron interested members are asked to be present. accompanied home Sunday after- family, and the Lawrence Dugger notified and required to file any March A. D. 1961. If you fall to do
persons at once. We deeplyregret Special thanks come to the pastor, children.We I claims or demands which they have so, a Decree Pro Confesio will betaken
the family, especially Mother will be available for those who do the noon by his uncle and aunt Mr. against said estate In the office of against you tor the relief
Sophia Royal. Deacon Saul Hank- not have them.-Damon Dell re passing of our "com officers and members and general and Mrs. Lewis Marton and chil- are sorry to report that the the county judge of Bradford County demanded in the Complaint.Done .
munity helper," Mrs. Pauline public for all the fine expressions dren who mother of Mrs. Louise Harain and Florida, in the courthouse at and Ordered at Stark.
also I
erson paid a glowing tribute to porting. i visited Mr. iTarton'sparents Starke, Florida, within eight calendar of
Marshall and we shared in the and condoltaces from Florida, this 17th day February,
the bereaved ?
Pauline as a Christian while Mrs. Red Cross Drive Mr. and Mrs. Ale Mar- Mrs. Charlotte Green is a medical I months from the date of the I I A. D. 19S1.:
Beulah bereavement with condo nces and family of the late Pauline Mar patient in Bradford County Hos first publication of this noti e. Each (SEAL)
J. Lennon teacher of the The annual drive for the American flowers. shall. May God Bless all of ton.Mrs. claim or demand must be in writ- Charles A. Darby
first grade, praised her as a kind- Red Cross started you P. S. Crews and brother pital.Mrs ing and must state the place or Clerk. Circuit Court
ergarten teacher. She organizedthe Tues- CHURCH NEWS is our prayer.B.. T. Marshall, Bill Rivers, were called to Auburn- J. T. Thomas and family residence and post-office[ address of Bradford County Florida
day March 21, the first day of Mt. Sr. and family. the claimant and must be sworn to By Marian L. Crosby,
Moriah of
: ;
Methodist Church Worthington dinner
Springs were
dale last week -
first church-related preschoolin springs. Rev. S. E. Sparks Is by the serious ill- by the claimant, his agent, or his Deputy Clerk. /
Bradford County at the Youth chairman for Bradford Coun-general Rev. L. H. McClendon, will hold Ebenezer Baptist Chur:h. &v. ness of their mother, Mrs Emma i guests of Mr. and Mrs Ercell attorney to or law.It will become void according A. J. Thomas. Jr. ..'

Center of New regular services on Sunday start E. D. Robinson pastor, held regular Rivers. 'Edwards last Thursday. ,
Bethel Baptist ty and Principal C. C. Anderson Is February 27, 1911. By George IL Pierce ..
Church Rev. A. B. Vinson pastor, coordinator for ing with Sunday School at 10 a. services on Sunday starting Friends of Mrs. Ellery Redding The First Presbyterian Churchof Murul L. Hart 203-205 N. 'Temple Avenue,

and Deacon Julius Royal chair- Bradford County. our division to of m. Supt. Robert Dell in charge; with Sunday School at 10 a. m. will be interested to know that : Starke is having an Easter Executrix Hibbs, deceased.of!the will[ of GeorgeA Starke FloridaAttorney .
According: '
man of the Deacon Board. This statement from Miss Lillian a 11 a,- m. morning worship: 3 p. m. Supt. Henry Bryant in charge. Canata Thursday night, March First publication on March 9, 1961. for PUtntlff

school was approved and Stumpthe special program and service; 6:30p : Pastor Robinson has asked the 30, at 8 p. m. Mrs. Mildred Fancher 3-9 4t 3-30 2-23 4t 3-J3;!
recogn- committee is proud of pital after a week's illness there.
m. evening worship. Chickenand Junior Church members to take will be the soprano soust. The
ized by officers and members and
the work done in the She reported for duty at the
past by fish dinners will be sold at complete charge of the church for public is invited.
citizens of the and is That's Our Business
community! Principal Anderson and the work- medical center in Gainesville this GLASS
known "Kiddie the home of Sis. M: E. Roberts the next 90 days which will include Mr. and Mrs. Ercell Edwards :
as Kollege Kinder- ers in the various school .week. The Pastors' Aid Club will
com "If It's Glass We Have It"
and her co-workers. Place your music by the Junior Angel visited relatives in Worthington -
garten. Mrs. Bessie
Lee was ap munities. Last $18 serve dinners Sat. night at 7 p.
pointed substitute teacher is year over was orders for dinners early and avoid Choir under the direction of Mesdames Springs during the weekend. CALL WRITE or VISIT
and raised. This year our quota is m. across from the churcn at the I
the rush. A full course dinner will Ruby Fisher and Ranell Mrs. L. W. Pace
spent Sunday
still serving due to the death of
$200. Let's meet this with smile. home of Dea. Willie Reason. All
the organizer. The enrollment was No one has ever questioned a the be served starting at 11:30 a. m. English. Clifford Hudson Airman3c club members are asked to assistin with her sister, Mrs. Hardy Ha- Joe Peters Glass Co
Sat. and extending to 7 p. m. has completed ihs bas'.c train- good of Jacksonville.
as high as 31 pupils at time.
one wonderful work done by the American service and sales and get advanced
Deacon Plan now to let the entire family ing at Morocco Texas andrlll Little Alex and Denise
B. T. Marshall Sr. bus Red Cross. Funds are orders for dinners. Come Gamble FOR ANY GLASS NEED

band of the deceased plans to needed for the blood bank program eat with Mrs. Roberts and avoid leave Starke Sunday after having out and have supper this Satur have been ill with measles but We Design Modern Store )Front

call a meeting} of all parents of as well as disaster and flood cooking dinner and supper mealsat spent 30 days with parents and day with the Pastors Aid Club. are much better now. Just Mail! Us A Pattern for
home. A big day is being plan friends. He will be stationed
pre-school children that attend relief. Remember March is Red This is to help our pastor go to Mr. and Mrs. Artemus Brown Table Tops
ned for Sunday. The general public somewhere in Africa.We are happyto
the school so he may carry out Cross Drive month. Let's get it the State Convention in Jacksonville were visiting relatives in Middle-

some instructions relative to the over and get In the "kick off" for II Is Invited to attend. Please: remember report that Miss LucretU Parksis in first class Easter Style.- burg during the weekend. 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. PhoMFRH353C
all our sick and shut-in i I
future request school of the program deceased.by We special know 1 er.Cancer by April 10.-Staff report members. Please contact your lay- out of Bradford County ,Hos- Ranell English reporter.- Mr. and Mrs.- J.. D. Terrell of

that she will missed in the entire Anderson Jr High leader Harry Young, so that these
names may be listed each week.
community.-Staff reporter.
Cancer Fund Drive The regular meeting of the PTA Let us not wait until our members .

was held at the school last Tuesday are in the hospital or deceased
The annual fund drive beset i ._ ,
nas with President Linwood ,
Craw ,
before we do something to help .' ,
according to the community ford in charge. There is still I
a them. All captains, board, chairmen I
drive chairman Miss Mae Francis drive on for new members. A and group leaders are asked
Jenkins. Your contributions; to ;
school with pouplation of 200
over to contact all members and make '
this drive will help in the three-I should have at least 50 activejmembers complete reports on Sunday .- tl : 'rA ,-

point program: Research Education j] in the PTA Mr. Craw Harry Young; reporting. '

and Services to patients that ford had just returned from the
Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church
have cancer. Each citizen in State Congress of PTA .
a gave Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor,. will ,
Bradford County is asked to giveso an interesting report. The 25 voice ,
hold regular Trustee servicesstarting
that we may continue to do chorus of C. C. Anderson Jr. Hi

research to help control and fight!, sang< in the music festival for with Sunday School at
lOa. m. Miss Fannie B. Frazier
this dreadful disease. Special:, ;District V in Crescent City on ,.
in charge; 11 a. m. morning ser-
captains will be selected in each ,
;;Saturday The group made a won- r
vices; 6 p. m. youth program with
community to work with Chair- ,
showing with two soloists
man Jenkins. The communitieswill 1 I'jderful and chorus. The rating received i i ]Miss Frazier as speaker. All captains ', !. }

I are asked to see members
include Lincoln City. Reno.Wateroak was UB". which entitles them to -
and make collections that
'I so a
and Pleasant Grove go to the state festival in Gainesville j j
"kick' full report will be made. Sunrise
Hampton Lawtey.
in April. Mrs. Z. P. Jenningsis
{services for Easter will be held at
off" date is April 10 so please be director Mrs. W. M.
; Randolph: 5 a. m. at the church. All persons ;
prepared to do shan.M.
your accompanist. C. C. Anderson
in the community are invited to ? .
F. Jenkins reporting. principal served as bus driver forthe
attend. The Easter program will
RJE Senior
Play Tonight
All I
group. pupils reported a
be held 3 p. m. Easter Sunday.
Tonight March 23, at 8 p. m. : wonderful educational experience.D. .
Parents are asked to send children
the senior class of RJE will pre : B. Richardson reporter
to practice each afternoon
sent their class play; a comedy in Fiesta Social Club
I until Easter,go that the program ,
three acts: "Meet Me At The ,
record hop held last Sat-I will be a success. Junior Church

Prom." It has a large cast and i urday was a success directed by j meeting each Monday at 5 p. m-

features more than half of the Jerry Clark I II II
vice-president. Thej
I:I j Girl Scout meeting Thurs. 3 p. m.
class of 26 pupils. The play depicts j I regular meeting wlll be held Sat., RJE room 22. The recital by the

the fun fervors and pathos I March 26, 8 p. m. at Wateroak Edward Waters College Choruswas .
that are typical in high school> I ,
School with Mr. and Mrs. L. Z. postponed due tothe funeral
life today. Come laugh and thrill I I
Baker in charge of refreshments.All last Sunday but will be held at '

as you live through these experi-I members are asked to be pre 3 p. m. this Sunday in the cafe- : ,
ences with them. A small sent and on time. We
hope: President torium of RJE school. A small
sion will be asked at the door. I
DeSue will be able attend
to donation will be asked at the door ,
Buses will run in all the consolidated .,
and also John Cummings who is to defray expenses and trans
communities. Mrs. M. D. up and out crutches. We
portation of the group. This is a
C lristlan. Director; Eddie Thomp- for each of them
a speedy and wonderful group of singers thathave rJ' '.,

kips principal. complete recovery-P. Cummings, won national acclaim. MaryHelen .
Masonic Family Observance
reporter. White and Rosebud Rattle.
The annual Palm Sunday observance Carnation Social Saving Club are two of the Bradford County .",.... ., "

by the Masonic family will The regular meeting was held singers in this group. Plan now 1_ .. i S ,l. :

be held at the Masonic Hall on at the Reno Theater with vice- to hear this wonderful chorus. -. '.,- ;.

Brownlee St. starting Sunday at president Sarah Morris in charge. White patrons who love good ::7 !

2 p m. M. A. M. Sophia Royal Due to the recent death of one music and especially spirituals are ."

and Worthy Patron and Worshipful member and illness of severalothers Invited to attend-E. J. Givens 'CJ' J

Master Damon Dell ask All the annual Easter parade reporter. '

members to be present and on and tea will not be held this Antioch Baptist Church, Rev. : ..\. .!}" -.

time. This includes: Juveniles year. The family of the late Pauline George W. Lee pastor held ser- ,
Heroines, Eastern Stars and Ma t !
Marshall is deeply gratefulto vices on Sunday and participatedin '

sons. A special program IS being this club for the flowers, cards the funeral of the late Pauline

planned. This service is opened to and other expressions. Mrs. Glen- Marshall. During the evening -

the general public. Calling all iris Solomon was hostess for the worship hour master Bernard

members of Morning Star Lodge last meeting and Mrs. Lela Mae Brown son of Deacon and Mrs.

26 and Royal Arch members to Suggs will be hostess for the first Willie Brown, was christened into
meet on Monday, March 27, 8f p. I
meeting in April. All members are the church. Mrs. Mable Lee, I

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