Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01230
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 5, 1962
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01230
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.Julian.C Yonge
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Work Started On RR Spur To Hydrocarbons Plant a ,S

Work started Tuesday on construction .. Corporation, a pipeline subsidiaryof

Q 1-4 mile from The Houston He
r kr1. of a 2 spur Corporation.

, the 'Seaboard Air Line track, one will be responsible for staffing, and ,

," a mile.north. of Brooker, to" Florida general supervision of the new ,
Hydrocarbon's $6,000,000' extrac- plant. H. :H. Everett is superin- r gP

Y vw \ tion plant, now under constructionin tendent of operations.The .r

west Bradford County. new plant will have an out-

:V tt .. r SAL started preparing the grade put of 5,300 barrels per day, roughly '
Fiw- 4 : for the switch, and G. C. Hurst apportioned to 1,000 barrels of h

R r : .Construction Co. of Atlanta, con- butane gas; 1,300 barrels of grade

tractor on the track between the gasoline; and. 3,000 barrels of pro-

c Pr switch and the plant, started clear- pane. *_,

ing right of way Wednesday. It is The LP (propane) productionhas

k expected that the spur will be been figured at 285,000,000 I Y.

completed within 30 days. gallons annually enough to sup-

; Construction work at the extrac- ply all needs of the area within a50niile W

tion plant is reportedly "on sche- radius, including the cityof }

dule" with most of the foundation Jacksonville.

{ .. RY. work' completed. The erection of Other components that might

i A vessels and'piping will start about eventually be extracted from

mid-April, it was said. natural gas at the plant include

: r Will H. Gillett general managerof ethane, which is vital to the plas-

-- Florida Hydrocarbons, has ar- tics industry.The Seaboard work crew goes to the assistance of giant balHozer ,(upper left)

Flowering Lung trees in Brooker,area are giving way to the march of industry rived from Houston, Texas where plant will have its own bogged down in soupy muck as work on spur to Hydrocarbon plant got under

a"s heavy equipment, seen in background, pushes ahead with foundation work for ha was formerly engineer-in- truck-loading and rail-loading fa- way Tuesday one mile north of Brooker. I

the, new Florida Hydrocarbons extraction plant. charge for Coastal Transmission cilities.Wheel .



Official County Publication Established In 1879


More Marshal WoeLawtey Berry Prices Head Wounds Jail Sentences Meted Out

Officer Soar To $4.61 ;A:' ; :t::>. Are Fatal To Judge Cracks Down

Is Average TuesdayStrawberry .:::: : : ... .c"A" ..'. Pete CrawfordWm.
Suspended On
1 .'.: A ... \,cc" <;: Drag StrippersTeenage .et ,+

Lawtey Marshal Sumpter care of the school zone"' work prices went into fp' ..'. \. .'.' .': T. (Pete) Crawford, 58, drivers who use Bradford highways for i V

Harley is under a 30-day sus- and thought he could "get by orbit on the Starke State : .. ..-. MJJ ; of Lawtey died in the Bradford '
tracks and served notice last
race drag strips were
pension for unauthorized use for while" with the assist- Farmers Market Tuesday with ( County Hospital at 2:30: : ik
; week by County Judge T. A. Yawn when he clapped
of the city's car outside the ance of the Highway Patrol one lot of 192 flats selling pan. Sunday, the victim of a

city limits, Lawtey Mayor and county deputies. for a high of $5 per flat [41- t > :. ;r.. <. .'., self-inflicted gunshot wound three of their number in jail for five days each.___u_____ _

Charles R. Shuford "said Harley: was arrested on U. 3-4 cents per pint]. The day's "'" ...... AiiO in his head.Crawford. Two of the teenagers were
to set any definite policy, but
Thursday morning.The S. 301 north of Starke almost average was $4.61. L. -c' who lived two sentenced in. speeding cases II
it might be beneficial for them t'
effec- 'ki front of the Highway miles south of and the other for willful and
suspension was I. Monday was the biggest day Lawtey on [teenagers] to know what did
tive Friday, March 30, Mayor Patrol Station by Trooper L. of the season, thus fare with .;#fo. :'.,... '" U.s. 301 shot himself In the I wanton reckless driving, the happen," Judge Yawn said.
the date that N. Fowler. Sergeant Carlos .- back of the head judge said. One of them, a
said behind
Shuford 4,012 flats sold ,at.an averageof the He emphasized that there is
Harley was arrested near Musgrove termed the. incident $3.97. The day's, receipts '-,.. ear with a .32 caliber auto- 16-year-old, was up for the "absolutely nothing" in Flori- ii:
i of DWI case," and 16000.. matic pistol, second time, having previously -
Starke on charges driving "just a plain totaled almost according to Deputy da's statutes to prevent a juvenile -
01 (Mis) Fortune? had his driver's license revoked -
while intoxicated. said that the marshal "was Cool weather' this week:will Sheriff's Willard Williams from being Jailed.

Shuford said he had named 'waving from one side of cause a slacking off in volumefor and A. E. Brown who investi- for speeding."I "That's a mistaken idea that i. Yawn

Commodore Crews "to takeMan the road to the other." Ac- the next few days, 'but Starke City Council Chairman J. D. Doyle Is shown above gated. wouldn't say I was going many teenagers have," he I

cording to Fowler, the, marshal quality' remains excellent.. thumbing through cards on a wheel that contains all the city's Members of the,family told I IorsoJurderAppears.[ \

Sentenced was in his police car and thL week.March 22 unpaid 'utilities accounts. Judging from the door expression the deputies' that Crawford had Negro jured l.. ._, said..The-Judge said be-resortedto ;

I .in ,,uniform when arrested through During April'"3, the,'market oti life chairman's face;=he.Is'-thlnkldgof 'Starkes "somewhat been in bad' healttTand despondent the policy of jailing teenagers -

To I Year f nTransport about 3:30: last Friday after- ,handled 15,120 flats at an tight financial condition as he fingers the delinquent accounts, for some time They In'CqrWrec1cA because "If you fine Solved
had just left the. bedroom
noon. -average-01 $4.05' for a return otne of which go back as far as 15 years.,, City Clerk Merrill them [teenagers] their par-
under after he ,told them he wanted
Harley released
CaseA was to growers- of .$61,278.67.' Edwards estimates there is about $20,000 In unpaid bills on 32-year-old Baldwin Ne- ents pay their way out, and!
set by County to rest.and.then heard
$200 bond the a shot Clarence Eugene Williams, that still give them
So 'fiu" this season, 49,163 wheel. gro doesn't; By ConfessionAn
Judge T. A. Yawn. He is to Williams said.Crawford "
was in critical condition Sat I any sense of responsibility.
have. been sold at the The is
flats city
31-year-old Ohio man has appear in county court for approximately $20,000 In the black at had not been
urday in the Bradford County The judge also said that
been sentenced to one year in arraignment April 26, the market here- for a gray of the moment but the council is wondering where It Is going to working recently because of I:
left the
after his fail to realize
many persons apparent solution to the
The season's' average -
16244738. funds
contributing to the obtain to off the his health.
jail for judge said.This pay proposed $500,000 bond Issue for
: road and wrecked. the laws are made for the mystery of parts of a human
to date is $3.30 perflat
delinquency of a minor in a was the second offense a new sewer system. Crawford was born Febru
15c higher than last sea According to Deputy Sheriff good of everyone, and that body being found in a palmetto
in which he transportedan marshal 28, 1904 in Baker .
case of the Lawtey ary County.His
son's average of 315. Willard Williams, the 1958 many young people take every thicket just north of Highland;
11-year-old Bradford Coun- tried in Decemberof In Land Problem parents were the late I
who was
Buick traveled 633 feet afterit law as a personal affront to came last week in the confessionof
ty girl back to his home. 1960 on charges of pro- Hamilton Rowe and Clara
left the road before comingto themselves. 41-year-old John A. Cooper
According to Bradford Dep- fane and indecent languageand Two Sentencedin Powell Crawford. a stop when it struck a cul- "Common sense," he em- The Cincinnati man, a former

uty Sheriff Wflliard Williams voluntary intoxication.The Circuit Court Pride Hurt Recreation Board Survivors include his wid- vert. He said the car was phasized, "Should tell drivers records clerk, said he killed hi*
the man Edward Young, was charges stemmed from ow, Amelia Barker Crawford 100
apparently traveling 90 to that speeding and reckless stepson, John C. Jackson, with
arrested in Ohio on a warrant a Lawtey 'fracas in which Thursday A. M. ; two daughters, Mrs. mph and turned end over end driving is dangerous even if a hammer blow on Jan. 21, then

issued from the sheriff's office Harley was involved concern- Complains To Starke Clara Miller, Lawtey, and Mrs. once and several times on its laws against those things mutilated the body and scattered -
The girl left Marshal! CouncilMembers Barbara Jean Martin of
here. young ing former Lawtey Hugh Faughnam, an ex- parts along highway>> in
Bradford County with Youngon Mitchell Brown and his family. convict recently released from Starke. Five surviving sons I Georgia and Florida.

February 26 and was returned are: Earl W., Gerald JasonB.
the State Prison at Baiford. of the Starke for Ohio officials said that Coop.
here by his mother on Judge Yawn said that Barley pleaded guilty to a charge of Recreation Board complainedto The a county library. ., Rowe E., and Larry M. er's story had been corroborated
March 14.Williams. acquitted on the pro- suggestion that the Crawford, all of Starke. Also
was attempted breaking and en- the city council Tuesday of Pratt : by the identification of Jack
said that Young and indecent language Playground might be a surviving is one sister, Mrs.
when arraigned Thurs- son's of
tering "hurt pride" for not being : body by means a cyst:
met the girl at the Starke charge but was convicted on day morning before Circuit consulted when a portion of site for the proposed Rosa ONeil, Orlando, and 14 that had been recently lanced,
library was made to
Elementary School and took the Intoxication count and L. Patten. He membersof I ,grandchildren.
Judge George the Pratt Street Playground the- and a knot on one leg.
her directly to Ohio without placed on probation.At I was given an indeterminate was named as a possible cite Library at the Board who appeared Funeral services were held Cooper said he and the

her parent's permission. Sheis the time Harley resigned -I sentence of from six monthsto council meeting in[ the Union Primitive Bap side"f younger man .had got into an

in the fifth grade at school from the marshal'sjob one year.Faughnam. 1 Nemo I of March 20 in search of tist,Church near Starke where a argument over a trip that Jackson .
awe lot
County Judge T. A. Yawn, to which he had been was arrested here ..f a on which they could Crawford was a member, with proposed to take and ha
plan to situate their
I who sentenced Young in a appointed. But on January 1, March 16 while attempting to new. Elders Henry Rhoden and B. struck him with the hammer.
Charged'lnGun building. The Library Board
hearing Tuesday said he is 1961 he began an elective He then took: Jackson's body
enter the home of Mrs. Vergie had previously asked for the on,Page, 6] ]
becoming increasingly con- term of office as marshal and Barksdale on E. Jackson St. into the bathroom? and cut it up
vacant lot adjacent to the
cerned about the number of last December was elected to I time,officers said Scrape with a butcher-knife, he said.
I during city hall, but the council told
cases of young girls being another two-year term.A "drunken binge. Cooper wife (Jackson's
he was on a them it
was needed for future
transported out of state re- former Lawtey marshal, He was originally charged-also charge of assualt with intent mother) wen out of town at the
expansion of.
cently. In three cases since 'Mitchell Brown, was suspended with resisting arrest and to I kill has been placed ment. govern- time of the" -murder, and theconfessed

December, including Young's, and eventually resigned against.a. 46-year-old Lawtey murderer escaped
sentenced the involvement in a threatening officers. The board then asked the 1 t :for some
the judge has after his Negro. c'3dossyl Myers suspicion : time by telling
offender to a year in jail free-for-all at a Starke serv- John L. McGee. also. .arraigned in shooting which resulted council for a list of other her and Jackson's employer

twice and charges are pending' ice station several'years 'ago Thursday. pleaded from.an argument over a dice city-owned land as possible that the young man had gone
E. Boat- guilty to grand larceny and sites for a new library build- off
in the other. during which D. game. on a trip.: _
they wright of shot. was given! an .indeterminate ing. When 'became
"When people see Lawtey was wounded in the fray was police suspicious
aren't going to get off easily I The case has never been sentence of from six':months another Lawtey Negro, Eugene Members of the Recreation because of;Jackson's cent a-

doing this to three years. Board led by Chairman Fred ued absence; started
hope they will stop tried. Mack, 34,. .who was shot in they questloningooperWhofinally
sort of thing the 'judge Snell, objected to the council con.
.' the.upper: left arm with a .38
offering the Pratt site, saying fessed.
Matching Funds. Sought caliber revolver. The victim
they have plans to erecta Originally) placed under $5,000
was treated in the Bradford
YOUR recreation building therein From left-to-right BUS Billy Dowling Mrs. Olen will be heard in the Bradford bond on charges of first-degrca.
SUPPORT County Hospital Sunday at I
Fair Assn. Plans :Bond Issue 2:30 p.m. approximately a the future. Snell pointed Principal Hugh Ingram, Mrs.. White Mrs. J. E. Hardy Mrs. High School PTA'a production -:manslaughter Cooper was rearrested -
put that the Recreation H. M. Hatcher, DCT Instructor i after positive identification
of next
half hour after the shooting Mary Pons, Richard Joekel, "Swinging High" '
Board is appointed by the Bin Costello Band Di- of Jackson's. .. body on i
occurred by Dr. A. J. Barry. and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Pierce Friday at 8 p. m. in the BHS 1
city council and is empoweredin Mathews, Ag charge of mutilation of
To Finance Exhibits the rector Elden a body.
Building He kept i" hospital
Fund Drive overnight_was for observation and city ordinances to make Teacher: Paal Hutching, Mrs. rehearse vocal numbers which. Auditorium. He was held'under $5,000 bond
.- decisions concerning the Ion .the:new charge.

Sat., April 14 II Preliminary plans for float- building. He pointed out .that released. at whose place of city's recreation program. "Swinging. High""Swinging I. Cooper also told police that
ing a bond issue to provide $25,000 would be available from Myers Snell also asked the Rec- .. he disposed of Jackson's head

MERCHANTS'F matching funds for conStruc- the state for this purpose It business in Lawtey's Negro reation Board be consulted in .' (I which haa'never been found)
FESTIVAL! tion of an exhibits building for i it could be matched by an equal section the shooting took the future on any matters PTA Stage Production Set Next Friday < in a a iivert.notarfrom where
place, is now in the Bradford the torso
the Bradford County Fair will amount of local funds. which might concern recreation and other parts were
S. Thompson Sts. t I be at a meeting of The fair assocl&Ucm'has already'arranged County jail under $3,500 bondon program before any decision found at HivI nd.. A search
presented the shooting charge. He is High" will be Jockel will play the part of ,. mark ai "Miss Ramsey, Mm. of'the areahowever
1 April 5-14 fair association directors the to borrow; $5,- is made. has not
Bradford also charged: with operating seen on the stage of the BHS "Mr. McDuff". principal of Bilk' Dowling as "Diane D been IU ceaaful.
courthouse Monday night at 000 from' the new
Get Discount. Ride an illegal gambling house and I "We were Just namingoff auditorium next Friday, April the high school depicted in CT Instructor Bill Costello as

Tickets from Your 7SO o'clock., I County Development Authority still bond on that charge is $1,500. I property that the city; 13. at 8 p. m. when members the 'play. Mrs. Mary Pons "Mr. Carlyle," Rev. Charles'
to with for this but that Bradford .
The decision proceed
: I purpose At his arraignment Tuesday owns when asked for a lisfollots of the high school Parent- win play the part of "Con- Phipps as "Mr. Blum," and .Lodge '.
'Merchants Now! bond issue plans was made at leaves $20,000 to be raised from
associationis before County Judge T. A. the council thought maybe Teachers Asy dfttnT strut nie," and Vo-Ag Instructor County Agent George Hug-' To Meet. Monday
of the fair association other sources if the .
I a meeting available for a library,1 Paul win gins "Senator "'. .
Yawn he was bound over to their stuff. Hutchins portray as Whlfwaff.
in the courthouse last Fri to get the fall amount of
This Space Contributed day night. A. J. Thomas Jr. available matching funds. circuit court on both charges Councilman Carl LamarJohns The light musical comedy "Andy. Mrs. H. M. Hatcher DCT Instructor Marion Worshipful Master 'Merritt

the association Thomas said the must after entering a plea of not told the recreation was a success here last year win play "Miss Cook a seductive Payne is in charge of ticket H. Williams announces that a
t9 Publicize attorney for money
Weekly board, "We,just made a mistake -
and sales for the
[ schoolmarm event. Adults
class now regular
when the junior
I communication of
be the
said he would have a plan readyto raised before July 1, guiltMyers' in the PrattPlayground.
Community Events by submit to the directors Mon- deadline for qualifying UDder business place is a naming." seniors] staged the play. In Mrs. Jim Pierce, a teacher at will be admitted for $1 junior Bradford Lodge No. 35, F. &

day night. the present matchings funds concession stand which sells the PTA version of the pro BBS win,portray "Miss Pink- and senior high school students A-M. win be- held Monday

The Community Thomas explained the neces- program. This will be the last cold drinks and snacks according A motion by Councilman! duction BES Principal Hugh erton." for 50 cents and elementary Apr. 9. in the Masonic Tem

f sity for immediate action on apian chance to obtain matching to Deputy Sheriff Ruby Johns that the city Ingram will star as "BUT, the ple. Many items of Impor

State Bank to raise the county's share funds for fair buildings Thomas Dolph Reddish< who Investigated board apologize to the rec star high school athlete. Supporting characters will students for 35 tant business! are on the cal

of matching funds for the fair [Continued on Page 61 the.case. Continued on'Page 6] I Science Instructor Richard be played by Mrs. s. O. Den- cents endar.



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I Mrs. E. L. Badman and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Vaughnwere Mrs. Hoffmeister the Catholic Church. He had ers Louis demons Gaines- j Rotary Told I from scratch Dr. Phillips said (
f houseguest, Mrs. Nell Pinkerton ,
,c Friday luncheon guestsof been a resident of Graham for i i ville; Dave demons, Lake But- J next year's enrollment wand
of Robinson HL are spend- Mrs. S. O. Truluck in 58 Of StarkeMrs. '
the past 10 years, coming here I ler; and Edwin Clemons, Mi- !j Junior Colleges be important since the stat >
ing this week with Mr. and Jacksonville. I
from Brooklyn New York. I ami; two sisters Mrs. Annie i Are would use that as a basis; roi
Mrs.. H. B. Trescott at Daytona Friends of Mrs. Alice Lam- Ella Hinson Hoffmeister ( ImportantThe
z Surviving is his wife, Mary Crews, Lake Butler, and Mrs. appropriating funds for pei-,
.'t" i
58 Starke
of died
: B.< Ii !'ft BeachR. bert, former of the suddenly
Vteari of
Graham-five daugh-
> Minnie Robertson, Knoxville manent buildings.
PHONE 9644f51 E. ,Gressemer of Tallahassee Starke ,Hatel- will be interested Sunday afternoon upon arrival importance of Florida's.
ters, Mrs. the adva
Nancy Ingrassia,j Tenn. In pointing out :t t-
; at a Starke hospital. She was new junior colleges in the higher -
was ) luncheon
a guest to know that she is con- .
Mrs. Millie DiRita and Mrs. of colleges he sti<
ages junior >
held :
born in Clay County on July Funeral services were education picture of the state I
Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. in home in ,
fined nursing
I a
: Minnie Busacca, all of Brooklyn 1 I Ii ed low costs (the student staff. ;
r Slade.. 22, 1903, the daughter of thelate' at 3 p-m. Wednesday in the I was emphasized in a talk at the,
Calais, Maine. .N.Y..,. Mrs..'Lucy Lengeleof i at home and commutes to cot.
;; l AIph-Hazsn Orlando and 'Jack- George W. -Hinson,' end / : New Hope Primitive" Baptist Rotary Club Wednesday by Dr:
Linton Taylor Jr. ofj Eugene, Oregon, and Mrs. 'lege), smaller classes with more
Winfred.and Hazen of weekend EJstella Green Hinsai, who resides Church near Lacrosse. Burial .Herbert Phillips, president of
Aubrey sonville 'spent' the '
Ma.ry Brown of Kittferling, attention to the student -
in Starke. 1 in the family plot in the the Lake
: was new City Junior College -
I'1 Gainesville were Sunday visi- with '''Mr. and Mrs. Merritt !Maine. One and selected '
: brother JosephVicari .a-
; : ,
Airs. Hoffmeister was a member church cemetery with and Forest Ranger Sc-hool.
tors of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. wmiams and Miss Frances of and
Hazen. Landrum. : of the Business & Processional -| Brooklyn one Jones. in charge. Dr. Phillips Said that Florida culties.
: : sister Mrs. Florence Ciano of The ws intrcdu H j
Mr rind Mrs. L.. & Mcde- Mike and Kevin.Stanley. of Women's Club i t I. now has 17 junior colleges and speaKer
S ;, ; Brooklyn.The .- j Roberts:lr who kl: id
II Ian of Jasper spent the weekend Jacksonville spent Thursday to Welseyan Service Guild, ana 'i Fire .Destroys that enrollment in these institutions by George ?
Rob-i i the '''First Methodist Church"of body was sent to Brooklyn charge. of the. programTHE .
: ; with Mr. and Mrs. i! Sunday with their; uncle and 'Clark Home increased 48 per; cent last '
N. Y.from Starke Wed-
ert', Starke and had been I
Mcdellan. Mr. and Mrs. Harold
: year. Florida now ranks I RIGHT POINT for the
nesday evening where services !
Mrs.-R. E,Hazen of Gainesville Crews, while their parents; employed at Koch's Drug Store I J.
: home of Mr. and Come in
: for several. will be held late this week. The fourth in the U. S. in junior way you write. and
I was visiting .Mrs. A. E. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stanley;; years. '
: Besides .her mother she is DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homeof D. Clark, on the LawteyStateFarm colleges, the speaker said. j i select your favorite ESTER-
; McKinney on Sunday were in Miami Beach on a Starke was in charge of road, was destroyed by 'i BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-
survived: bythree. daughters, challenge'
Mrs. T. H. Slade and Mrs. facing a
awarded to Mr.
trip undetermined origin, .
arrangements. fire of GRAPH.. ..
Mrs. Gloria Vickers of JacksonvflleHT3. -
\ W. S. Slade attended "ooffee" Life In
; a the Gulf InsuranceCo. ( building a junior collie
about 1 a.m. Saturday.
at the Robert Meyer Hotel .' Iris itathis, Sparta J
: S. C.;" and Mrs. Joyce Han- Mrs. Mary Luckey I j It is believed that the fire, '
Wednesday morning; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H.
Mr. and Mrs:, George ;F1>rtunas' Quigley of Scituate, Mass are cock, Houma, La.; three sons, 54 Of Miami I started from defective wiring:
George W. Mann and Louis'' A. :or mechanism in the stove, refrigerator -;
and childreflot' Apala- their brother and.sss- '

: ehicola spent. Saturday and visiting ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. T; Mann, both of Starke, and Jes- Passes SundayMrs. I or water pump, since. Florida Theatre ,

: : Sunday with her:parents;,Rev. Quigley. se Av:Mann, Fort Bliss Texas; lit originated in that part of the
I and+Mra. -R.':I: MacBlain:,' three. brothers, Woodrow Hin Mary demons Luckey, !houSe. Mr. Clark was awaken-1!'

: Mr. 'and' ,Mr*. ''1'71er.Jones! son, Jacksonville, and Dick 54, of Miami, died enroute to I ed when the refrigerator top- SATURDAY-APRIL 7

r were in Brunswick Ga. over T. J. ThorntonStricken and Bert Hinson, both of Hampton a Miami hospital last Sunday. i IPled over in the kitchen, when I II DOUBLE FEATURE

'. : the weekend visiting Mr. and<< i ; eight sisters, Mrs. H. C. She was born in Bradford the floor gave away. I

Mr ..J. E..Wilson Sunday; ,'Self, Ft. .Pierce; :Mrs. J. C. County on Jan. 8, 1908 the Mr. and Mrs. Clark and their, .

Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Gahlesof Warren, Islamarada; Mrs. daughter of the late John C. two daughters escaped unharm-i \\ ,\,' \ '

i New Castle, Pa. are,-visit-! Tyson Joseph Thornton, 54, Douglas Hardy and Mrs. Willa and Abbie Dukes demons. jed, but nothing the house was!

C' ) : tog Mf. and Mrs. r. H< Kramer -i.of Starke, died suddenly when Mae Denton, both of Starke; Surviving are her husband,jsaved except a few clothes belonging -'' "

r .Z.:. for several days.. stricken while conducting a Mrs. Elsie' Hall, Gainesville; Radford Mark Luckey of Mi- j to one of the girls, a I It \\\ ,

.-..... : Mrs. W. B. Mundy was in I. meeting at the Pine Kill' Congregational Mrs. Alberta Hodges, Alcolu, S. ami; five daughters Mrs. Flora 1 couch, and some metal chairs I'

..... \ Tallahassee over the weekend ,Methodist Church C.; Mrs. Alma Barr, Everett, Coppinger, Mrs. Jewel Luckey from the front porch. i \ 't\,,,"

... 11I"I' Wash., and, ).Irs. F. C. Wyatt I
28. The is temporarily -
visiting: her daughter Jean, Wednesday't night. March Mrs. Geraldine Slqcomb, and ; family staying

;; : ,and.'Linda Kay Sale at FSU. Mr. Thornton was born at Samoset, Fla.'.; and 12 grand- Mrs. tfaquita"Parjcer tall.. of at.the home of a neighbor

.-...". ; Miss Mary Katherine WainWright Raiford on Dec:''15, 1907 the children.Funeral ,services held Miami and Mrs! Ruth Gilbert, Arvin Douberly. Mr. Clark i AND I
,.of FSU was home for, son of the late John and Norcie ml'. Homestead; three sons Harry .employed by day Electric
**' at 3 p. : Wednesday in thE i i
y' >> the weekend. O. Luckey. Miami; Joseph
_t Tison Thornton. He was a First Methodist Church with
..... : # Mrs. Christine Herlong andT. veteran of World War IL Rev. John R Brabham officiat Parker, Miami; and J. C. loss was only partially "POSSE FftOM HELL"Audie
** # of Fort White Luckey covered insurance.
J. Layfield are his widow, Mrs Georgia; three broth- by
"* Surviving ing. Burial was in the family
were Tuesday guests of Mr. Inez Roberts Thornton; one plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery Murphy John Saxon
We and Mrs. W. F. Herlong.Mrs. .
'' daughter, Mrs. Wanda Faye SA- under direction of DeWitt C. Vote for and Plus Cartoon-"Cain and Able"
? ; ; Joseph N. Belche and cox; Starke; three brothers:, Jones Funeral Home. \, Support .
: children of Norfolk, Va. are
Cecil and Hance Thornton, bothof
= : ; staying with her parents, Min Thornton, r ** SUN., MON., & TUES. WED., & THURS. \

.....' ., : and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell, and Jacksonville Starke, and; two Truby sisters, Mrs K.VicarifOf? ; iN; Gtofge %W.'Rob rts Jr. APRIL 8, 9, & 10 APRIL 11 & 12lip

:: : Judge and Mrs. T. A Yawn Ruby Griffis of Raiford, and f :! I .

:..:. : for a month while SK/1 Belcheis G iIi71ra -
Mrs. Retha Bryant, For County CommissionerDIST.
cruise with Satan NeverSleeps
t on a Carribean rrt r.W's
NO.2 (North Starke)
.. ?? the Navy. Upon his return ville.Funeral
; services were held at Phillip Vicari, 78, of Gra-
:: the family will move to Wash- I 0 A Native Son. Interested In The Progress -
I c
.'r' : ington D. C. 3 p:- m. Saturday at the grave ham died, in the Teaching : Of Bradford County

side in Dyal Cemetery near Hospital at the University I
= : Mr. and Mrs. Foster Slit x S Promises An Efficient And BusinessLike -
Starke with Rev. Lorenzo Grif- Florida Tuesday evening following \
-": l Smith and Mrs. Walla Lipsey fis and Rev. Bessie Hogsed of an extended illness I Operation Of Our County Govern i With William Holden and _

: attended a birthday dinner ment., arntsom-.swtur tmauaratt
ficiating. Burial was in the Mr Vicari was born in Italy Clifton Webb ,

*: home and family of Mr. reunion and Mrs.at W.the B. family plot under the directionof March 9, 1884. His par- _._._.__ _._._ _.____ .

w : DeWitt C. Jones Funeral ents were the late Domonic Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated Plus Cartoon Plus Cartoon
Howland in Live Oak on Sunday -
= Home and Carmela Concordora Vicars "Kid Kanaveral"
;- rd; PoL Adv. "Mouse
-.. and he was a member of ; ( ) Trapeze"j j_
Jrw. Mrs. William G: struth of ,
Jacksonville was visiting Miss Ser r!'ces JIeldSunday 1
; ; : ( 1
Kate Struth, on Wednesday.The For' \
'> (
Canasta Club entertained -
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their,'husbands'at a-steak Mrs Coleman ,
:: I
dinner party; at the home of J
Dr.'. and Mrs T. G. Bitch
,. ......... Phone 964-6551 ,last Saturday evening. Eight 8 S>' widow'' of the late Moses

Coleman died' Saturday morning -
...... ,II, couples enJored -the affair. .tiR. '
O!" -_' f' in a Palatka convalescenthome :
- Mrs. A. T. Germ of :Jacksonville -

41.w FLTajc/: : ? proper spent' the weekend after, an extended illnesS !, < .

,:"-" with her- mother, Mrs. L.. S. ''Mrs. Coleman was born irt Charley L. 1 playtex250 bras
>* ... Putnam County *
i':th'e''bit' tradition { Hutto;and faintly > ,on Sept.. V c ,4 "
i 1872, and had made her homein E:
Mrs. Junius Smith is attending -
:::. Starke for more than 50 x
the board meeting of 1
f gears. :She was a member of Johns = ===zI ==
7.offine' clothing the,Florida Institute .of Laundry z
Efinoclt Primitive Baptist >
& MiamHhisweekend
.. Cleaners in
1 ; 1s Isr Church1, near Palatka.
,: : about this question: :
Surviving, are six daughters, "
M*. and Mrs.. David Montgomery '
'Mrs. J-E.: Keene PalatkarMrs.Led ; .
"It's hard to
4.h and, family were. Smday. -. ,, belike-- t :' J f
Kmgh tn; least.Palatka,
luncheon guests of Rev. ; surance to pay practically r- re r t'4+ EXTRA Exclusive underlift panels under '"
Mrs.. W. A., Fowler Alma,,Ga;
and Mrs.: .E F. Montgomery "Mrs. D. :it: Moore; Blackshear, dny damage to our homeor ;a, ..w n,;.. d : etch cup give support where neededmcslJ
-. in Lake belongings, even away
,. 7 .
"T S7 ; :Mrs. Jess 'Crenahaw,
from home
: plus theft
"""I' ,Mrs .!Titus Olson spent the Gainesville f aid Mrs. H. ,A. r ;F 4 ; EXTRAThereV' 'double elastic
coverage, liability _t
'r + r.b weekend: with, Mr. and Mrs. Sterns Starke three sons NedC. '
; for double
-. ; I all in one Homeowners Poli the weSr1 W the back of every
...' Paul Hawkins, in Jacksonville Coleman Frank-R. Coleman
cy. Does this convenient r -p'- PlaJfa $Z.5O Brat'
.r Mr.-vand' Mrs. Lavern, out- and E.: N. Coleman, all of I
M f- 1r
package- policy front t EXTRAtoartic
.. youragency ; i c comfort band in
+t law, and family and Mr. and Starke; 46 grandchildren,- over every
save up to 20% over Playtex
$2.50 Bra i'lveVexira
comfort because
Mrs.3. H. Outlaw of Jackson-' 50- great grandchildren,' and -
the. cost of .
separate policies Bit bn Ireaihes ,
ww with
several you. y. Ni I
vine spent the weekend in the great, great ?"
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Scrub. .-
\11IIoI i' .. 111; II", i ? .Chief Pettt Officer and Mrs.: .Funeral services were held Charley E. Johns i

't' from.. the moment Ve'rnon',Barnttt.-and' children it4- 2:30": p. in.' Sunday in the \\ / IARAPfI" ,
r .
will leave 'Friday 'for their DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Agency. i
: roe. sltp it o.n you'ut Elder H. -- t /. ; (' /
new/post at Key West. w. Eddy officiating.Btfrial PHONE964.0121: (IN BRAmiW f
.r. s-R' C that this'rsfjtjustanother :Mr.- ahd Mrs David .Lawson ') l win follow to the*family : i si, ) t

ra.-, r' <;-and\Sbnrty Lawson ..of.Auburndale plot m Kingsley Lake Cemetery.. 131. $, "'Walnut] St. n.

i "were visiting'.their / New clinging fabric the back .

j .......... of bra means it
..- ;'" '- parents Mr. and :Sirs. Marvin-- -- always stays in place, YF

.wI. suftef clothes; Lawson and' Mr.. and Mrs: i ': *M won't__ride up. .' :'y
.x,... ..... .' ... '1t f 4 L'
Claude Cogsdill the week- ". Ii I EXTRAThere's'
Emduse-NEC <. over ,, double'elastic
x- .:4 r' ''' end.Among ., for double the wear in the bad of every '

"IUt I :T Uo.iniIt. : those attending the! 1Q I PJaytex.$2.59,Bra. ra

.. Florida National'Guard'convention .4a ):. EXTRA
/ l I I !: Elastic comfort band n <
;a a every '
:: '_ jrttry conforms f 4Ii at the Robert Meyer u ( t'!ayteX'$2.50 Bra gives extri comfort ( 'h ,l y 4

.. Hotel Jacksonville during
the bra
',>;ttdtbat ; ur the weekend were: cot and I with you %

Mrs. J.. A. ,Griffin.. cot 1 t 1Y aF

w ...,.wIhoutr and Mrs H. 'M. Hatcher Jr., n V : tl ,l ,
'!'"< tl
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'""' "1M; gaper Mr and Mrs: R..G. Paterson, .) { Y.w. : r 1
.. ...t' Albert Lee Crosby; John Dick- it : :, v

poeker-and_ costly ert, Fred Snell, Randal Chitty;' "* -
..... Drew Reddish, Jimmy Red GAS nth' W TER' HEATER jx dorrONDACRON'BRAEXTRA i < f ;
... : ,.. .4 xs n : ,.
; tendon..shrinking, ., dish., Albert Foster .John C.f ...
f, Stephens Sr., Ed Cole and ;I i. ,? !/ Special cottowlacroii pofyestw / .: ': .

-.r. ..ao" 'ft- t" !! .that; Jim Bloodworth, 'I: j THE tM lII.qsr.J.CO; '0:\\P CAL l t Mend s*of(exclusive cttton, easy of elastic care)of gives dacron.ffi< cool '> '< : 'W;.',': t.nf .

Miss Bill of Jacksonville .
Dansb1' *
a.. r rZ spent the weekend I II WATER! 1 ;w., EXTRA There double elastic for : .

perfect.. fit.. staysSl2 with Mr. and' Mrs. Paul Ray- : -4E ,' double/ war in the back of every Playtex '; ?y ,,,E :

I. ; mondj; v. 1 :r $2.50 Bta: I

a t r'life.R ,Tate_Powell Sr, of.Macclen-,
: ; r a e EXTRA Elastic!
Comfort (band']"
t ,.$55: q fry-visited.: C, J.. Powell ,and. *: Completely I ] Automatic" _- .. figj ,. Playtex 2.50 Bra ghres extra comfort _'
Mrs. J. H. Fields last Thursday -; i .. fl ---t',_ because
".' .95'. 44 a ; 1 &&be- to breathes wife you. .
Short.. lit '.l Load --- ; Glass Lined For. Longer Life! ol t $ _____ I*' .
:';: Cot and !its. J. A. Griffin s.Is.!..._ ,.- ;

-OIL .... t tJ attended the formal dinner at: 10 YEAR W WARRANTY 't'k.-: .'
the Ponce de Leon Hotel in! V .

: r. 4 M- ;i. AtNAYimktiio1 St. Augustine on Wednesday j Wffl I' Do A Better 'Jbll Than Yes,you'll find extra features *at mean extra value for yoor -
., ra sty honoring "General1 -j r. .._, .... L' money.whe .: -
) Mark W.I I A FkmeleW a you buy pm Picytex $2.5011ra...featvrea that .
Water WillDa ..
.l ; Heater '-' ->,('r.:: !' 6 t r..
Lance, who Is'retiring asAd* ; ; f
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.. give yow cciirforrr
.f 'I" \I / tCt jutant Net ts' Size! & -( .i-; ) xJrafit/tottr<}rung wear trf e: y < .. General of the Florida j
ITM Choose the
extra features that will do .
: most for ,
... .0 T.c National Guard the latter.Raymond ; "" yoor figure -
...:..... I. Idrfi". .. f..fiPrU'. You Can Pay Fo It Prom YourtUliC d* ;; ..' ,, : .':. ...or fry alt throe bras.today. Playtex Forb

Stehaef1 and- Miss' .j J ] Savings'! '. f fs; t.i: .. Cota-Docro! Mogk Iing White. 32A to 40CFas "

i Sole P, ce'S Judy Vincent oC...Murray State'1 J( J .\I .. ..- '. oMaQfc only, $1XX) more. -.1"'
f .. '
College, Ky. arc pendingr"ttus : 1 A l. '
-With Any Trade ; ,. ...Y .' N =- ..._
week ,with.Mr. andMri..Hen4jryr .A. t ',' t:' --J"iII ,.....1:.. N. W'If'' .
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visiting. Mr. and Mrs.Charlek '
.. ;_Alterations Free a
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.' ,. \ I CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKSWe flowers, and food, and for their
Southside. -I
Miss Matthews '
/ 'j'jIs 'I ; K I WHAT, WHEN I I I other kindnesses during the ill

Honored ;, ,," I : Elects Officers II We would like to take this! would like to take this, ness and death of our beloved
I es3fi I AND WHEREMonday I II. If
Luncheon '" '; 1 j f II means of expressing our sincere I opportunity to express our sin,['father. May God's richest

t ..... At the regular meeting of: I thanks and appreciation!I cere thanks and appreciation to blessings be with each of )'OU--
the Southside PTA Tuesday I 9 to the entire staff of Brad- all our friends who sent cards,i I Children of M. L. Johns.
J I. Miss Mary Agnes Matthews, j 1 April
I.I. whose marriage to. Bobby Ferguson -j. night the following slate of officers -I. Little Women's Club meeting? ford County Hospital for the .

I. GLADYS 100TYBo. 964-0651:, I was elected: president,I 7:30 club house. wonderful treatment and service
_: i iWoman.s will be an event of June -\b p. m. : Radio. Television
23, was honored at a lovely I Mrs. J. T. Prevatt Jr.; vice I 1 St. Edwards' Altar Society! given during a recent stay Appliance-
j Mrs. Maxie Carter!I there to the friends
president ; many
luncheon on Saturday in the : meeting. 8 p. m. Parish Hall. l
Club Spaghetti Supper Jr.;; secretary, Mrs. R. S. :\lul-j 10 who were so thoughtful with
Pecan Room of the Garden Tuesday April :
Slates ProgramOn Plans CompletedBy ''Restaurant, given by Mrs. lins; treasurer, Fred Graudon. W. S. Guild One, 7:30 p. m.! their visits and many beauti- SERVICE AT ITS BESTTrained

,'I Claude Crowson and Mrs. They will be installed at the,I Hostesses, Mrs. Ruth Johnson*I ful flowers.-Sincerely, E. D.
CitizenshipThe Junior Women Harry-l<-Mooty. May meeting.The and Mrs C. R. Bradford. '! and Ethel Jones.

I table third and fifth grades W. S. Guild Two, 7:30 p. In Each
The long luncheon was lrlad Experts Dept.
: -
American de- ;
Citizenship Plans for a spaghetti supper i were in charge of the program.Mrs. .I' Fellowship Hall m'j'"rethod.i.st
[( y
centered with a graceful arrangement -
partment of the Starke Wom to be held Wednesday, April 4' Sinclair's third grade won
of sweet in a }' !Mary Carol Bessent, Hostess.,
( 'an's Club, under Miss Florence 18, from 5:30 to 7:30 pjn. in peas ;. the attendance banner.
silver bowl, and extending the j Methodist Circle 4, 8 p. m.,: TERMITESSWARMING I
I Jennings and Mrs. Ed- the club house were completedat ; FOR QUICK Gay's
length of the- table was a gar- i.Mrs. Paul Hutchins, hostess, at
ward Burns, will present the a meeting of the JuniorWoman's ? DEPENDABLESERVICE
St. Marks Fellowship
land of interspersed. with Auxiliary
program at the club meeting Club Monday night. r' o-a' 1
sweet florets. Pastel dec Wednesday, April 11
next Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Randal Chitty, finance pea : y. I I Entertained :I 1
orated place cards marked the By Starke Woman's Club meet- Home
at 3:30: o'clock at the club chairman, announced that \ CALL
I seating arrangement for the 15' ,,, ;ling, 3:30: p. m. Club house. &
i house. there will be door prizes and Rev. & Mrs. McBlainRev.
I Annual reports of all officers special entertainment at 6:45' guests. The honoree was givena L .1\ BPW Friday luncheon, April 12'noon IS /i, """' "
and committee chairmanwill yellow iris corsage ,as she -0 and Mrs. R. E :Mac- :: Appliances
arrived and the hostesses also \Garden Restaurant.
be given. New members pjn.Mrs. Blain entertained the Auxiliaryof !
Jerome Johns, presi- Il't
presented her with the creamerto call
and the St. Mark's Episcopal.Church !
will be voted on new
I Johns I
dent, conducted the business Markleyann ,
her chosen china
pattern as
I slate of officers will be presented Monday night at their regular Harvey CoupleTo
by the nominatin C'jmmittee. session, and Mrs. L. J. Kite a memento of the occasion. Engagement To business and program meeting.Mrs. Celebrate AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR
opened the meeting with a
Among the guests were thehonoree's Herbert Thomas, president *
Hostesses for the afternoon 'devotional on Taoism. Each mother, Mrs. E. L.!Rex Brown Told presided at the business 50th Anniversary for tM .*yoarhom* MaytagFrigidaireZenith
member answered the roll with t
will be: Mrs. Eoline Smith, Matthews, her grandmother) Senator and Mrs. Charley E. meeting. During the social hour I I
the name of a Latin American Mrs. W. E. Middleton and her I :Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Harvey
Mrs. :Mattie
chairman, Mrs. C. L. Scholl, Johns announce the engagement Gahagan poured I
I : country and its leader to help Middleton.I I[ 6'Ma'
aunt, Miss
Madge will celebrate their 50th wed- "N4'i.I
:Mrs Edmond Tenly, Mrs. W of their daughter, :Mark- coffee.
E. Tilley, Miss Dorothy Ross, foster a good neighbor. policy 1 I leyann, to Rex Brown son of ding anniversary at their homein ta

) ;:Mrs. J. E. McRae, Mrs. C. IL among the Americas.Mrs. Mrs. Glen Moore Mr. and Mrs..George W. Brownof Chicken Dinner Set Waldo on Sunday afternoon .
Nasworthy, Mrs. S. B. Me Charles Sawyer, social Starke. from 3 to 5:30: o'clock. An invitation f .

Maines, Miss Flojence'Jenning'l, chairman, announced plans Honored With The wedding will be solem- By Shriners, is extended to the

Mrs. C. A. Knight Mrs. F. F.: for a family picnic to be held Bridal ShowerA nized June 15 in the First : couple's relatives and friendsto t NOW tiI

Stump, Mrs. Robert Ward, Mrs. June 12, and a dinner dance odist Church of Starke. Meth-I Eastern StarThe attend. 1

L. V. Hardin, Mrs. T. F.. Howell,, :at the Officer's Club, May 12, lovely bridal shower was :Miss Johns, a 1I I OPEN

Mrs. Merrill Struth; and Mrs:,, In honor of the new members: given Tuesday evening from Bradford County High School, Shriners and Eastern Senior Citizens I

Rudolph Sink. Mrs. Harold Godwin, Mrs. Bill 7:30: to 9 o'clock at the recreation is attending Orlando Junior Star are giving a chicken din i ALL DAY
Mrs. at the Starke Elementary I Club Still Open
.Epps. Mrs.Edward Green center of the First Chris-!College and will graduate on ner i
Altar Alton Gregory, Mrs. Junius I tian Church honoring Mrs.!June 1 with a degree in Secre- cafetorium Saturday night,] JI!
I SocietyTo Smith Jr., and Mrs. Ralph April 28, from 6 to 8 o'clock. Registration is still open for I WED.
I Glen Moore, a recent bride.j tarial Science. She is an honorary .
Meet The public is invited to attend. all people 50 years old and
MondaySt. Merritt. Hostesses for the affair were I member of Future Sec- I
The tickets at $2 will include over who are interested in organizing -
Mrs. Pat Cauffman, chair Mrs. Smith DeVoe, Mrs. Ben retaries of America.Mr. .
Edwards': Altar 'SocietyWill i the chicken dinner, fun, music, a Senior CitizensClub. I t
man of the nominating com- Mizell, Mrs. Charlie Cowen, Brown, a graduate of Al- I
meet Monday night at 8 and floor show. Tickets are sold
: mittee, presented the slate of Mrs. Bob Badgett, Mrs. Ed fred I. DuPont High School, I
"' o'clock in the Parish Hall. All at Mitchell's, Gib Brown's serv- The Club will be supervised
officers for' the. year 196263for Prevatt, Mrs. Wayne Douglas, Jacksonville, is a Junior at
members are asked to ;:attend. ice station, Dodd's Auto Sales, by the Starke Recreation Department I
the approval of the clubas Mrs. Dan Harley, Mrs. Ed Purdue University in West La- I
and by the Eastern Star mem- and membership will
follows: Mrs. Lavern Outlaw Hicks, and Miss Elaine Col- fayette, Ind. where he is ma- I 0
bers. be held to a Ininimum.I
'f president; Mrs. Randal joring in engineering. He is a I "
The first meeting will beheld
f! .Bt Chitty first vice-president: ; j son.Spring flowers in delicate member of Phi Delta Theta 1 _
at 7:30 on April 17 at _
Mrs. J. V- Rowe,.second vice- ) shades were used as center- fraternity. Sandra Whitehead I # %
f ., the Lions Club. At this meet- Colorful New Dresses For
1 president; Mrs.'Jimmy Green,1 i pieces on the refreshment table Honored With ing the club will be organizedand .
... third vice-president;,Mrs. Len- and two gift tables. Also 7th I
activities will be plannedfor .
FRI.-SAT., nard Register fourth vice- on the white linen covered refreshment BirthdayBy. Bridal Luncheon .
APRIL 6-7 president: Mrs. George Shuf- table were silver !I Refreshments at least once will weekly.be free i ; Young Easter Belles

DOUBLE FEATURE ford, secretary;; Miss Betty trays and compotes holding
Buster Rowe Miss Sandra Whitehead, i at this first meeting and all'' :,
The WondersOf Jane Morgan, treasurer; and dainty cakes, mints,. and nuts. whose marriage to Jimmy Red- interested Senior Citizens areI I %

Mrs. Hollis Knight,. sponsor. The punch table was centered !t Buster Rowe celebrated his: dish will be an event of April f SIZES -3 99
Aladdin I invited to come out and help !
Mrs..J. R. Chasteen, chairman with a crystal bowl of pink I I i seventh birthday anniversary!20, was honored at delightful organize this program. i 1m3 299t
.-PLUS- bits.affairs i presentedJack -'fruit punch and around the i with a luncheon and party given' luncheon on Wednesday given: H T0 .
.of Senior Citizens may register I
Bachelor l ;' in Paradise trawicV; of' the: Bradford' bowl .were. miniature plastic by his mother, Mrs. :Mattie Belle; by Mrs. W. M. Smith at herj by calling the Recreation !! z /f/: t

I Plus CartoonOpen'Frl County'Health .Department.. Hehelpedrthe"clubf ,orchids. Rowe, and grandparents, Mr. home at 317 N. Myrtle Avenue. Department at 964-7441 between t SIZES "3993TO6X 399
One duringthe and Mrs D. L. at the An attractive and
to' realiie'thegreatlack.of game was Rigby yellow
:3:45: -Sit. 1:30: and 5:30: p.m. 4re.
1'p. m
,I I _< : knowledge that ;evening and 'a prize home of the latter on Park white color motif was used in, TO <
---suN.-MON.-TUES., exists in'treating medical emergencies .was won,. by Mrs.. Cornelius. Place last Saturday morningat I the dining table centerpiece and I f Slow-Pitch LeagueTo t ry SIZES ;
I APRIL'8-9-10 :,.by giving the,MedicalS Moore.' 11 o'clock.A other floral decorations. ;i I 1 299 1:99J

DOUBLE FEATURE !if :;.Help.Testr: and .explained i The.hostesses presented,the cowboy motif was carriedout Eight close friends of the hon- Begin Play 8 7 TO. I4 T0

"'Flower;''!- ; ,- the possibility, .0(.securing ,a honoree" with' 'a 'starter set in. the ,decorations and oree were invited to this' lovely On April 16 : t i
Medical Self Help Training Kit "Corning -Wa e'as' memento games. In addition to the birth- affair. I

prum S ngt' i for any group that; wished to. 'of the occasion ''. day cake, there*were small individual 'rhierhosfess presented her The Slow-pitch Softball k Pretty fashions" for pretty ,

PLUS-r use it. projector,(; .Screen, instruction Among the' 33 guests were cakes with white icing honored guest' with a piece of: League will get underway on I 1 i Y young misses, in their favorite ..
\ The Purple Hills I book and filmstripsare :Mrs Clarles'Savage' mother and "Buster" inscribed in blue her china as a memento of the April 16 with a single gameat i '! spring colors and mother's

\ available, 'for 'a .class .in I of the honoree, and Mrs. Cor- on each one. occasion. 7:30.p.m.: ; & S favorite easy-care fabrics. J

I Plus Cartoon"Open medical 'self-help..' Any. 'groupinterested ,nelius.. Moores Inother' of the Game prizes Were won .oy Doubleheaders will be play- W Choose from many cute styles.GIRLS' ..-...
Sun.-2:00- this eight- bridegroom. 1 Benjie Glunt and David Mc- Brannen Reunion
in taking
Mon.Tues.3:45WED.THURS. ed every Tuesday and Thurs-
hour course can contact the Knight. day night at 7:30: and 9 p.m. t f
I Set For
Others the Sunday EASTER
attending partywere
Health Department. Beta Sigma Tea I
I .: V Pamela Beam Helen Jane Teams in the league are Wil-

I APRIL 11-12 Refreshmentsiwere. served i in'Set For ,Sunday Long, Jeannie Faulk, Carlton I The Brannen family will holda liams Jewelry Natural Gas, HATS 1.99 t

DOUBLE FEATURE the sunroom by the hostesses. Faulk, John Milton Thomas, reunion on Sunday, April 15, Brooker, Stallings and last I #!

Angel Baby I An Easter theme was carried The Beta Sigma Phi preferento -Eddie Haden, Tony :Moore, Mrs.'.'at Swift Creek Church near year's city sub-district, and ., .. ..
loUt with an Easter egg tree 5 p. m. on Sunday, Apr. 8. at Lake Butler. All descendantsof : district champions, the Gar-
=PLUS- Arlin McKnight, and Mrs. I
Circle Of \centerpiece and Easter' egg tial tea will beheld from 3:30: Maxie Carter Sr. of Benjamin Tempa Bran- den Restaurant. s, .t'i Ii
cakes in assorted colors. Hostesses -the home of Mrs. L. A. Canovaon of the Benjamin and Tempa l _

DeceptionPlus I for the evening: were Kingsley Lake. THE RIGHT POINT for the Brannen; family are urged to i Banquet Marks
|Mrs. Kenneth Grider, Mrs. Le The Model Meeting will beheld way you write. Come in and attend this annual affair. x

3:45 Cartoon P. M. muel Smith, Mrs. R. S. Mul- at 8 p. m. Monday, Apr. select your favorite ESTER-,.1' A basket lunch will be served 50th Anniversary i

Open ,lins, and Mrs. Charles Zipperer 9, at the home of Mrs. *:M:. H BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-, at one o'clock. I IOf Girl Scouts

Sheppard, 327 S. Water St. GRAPH. i z'j

r I i The 50th anniversary of Girl .a

I;I Scouting was celebrated by 7

the three Starke troops last
,. Thursday night with a banquet .-1A

Famous Brand Sofa-Bed Close- ut at the Methodist Fellowship I,

: HaU.i !!t t Jyv.
I i The long dining tables were : :.

I decorated With twisted yellow ;i' ',
l 't .' '.
PRICED I and gold crepe paper! "i"> .

9S ': streamers, in keeping with the # t
Girl Scout colors, and at each g -p :

y ..\ TOSELL i place setting was a trefoil ;I't?% )9 '_;- I It

I [Girl Scout emblem], program t
;I and a key chain with ;;;

j I the theme "Honor the past f SHIRTS SLACKS SHIRTS .
:I and serve the future" imprinted -

on them. In charge .

I of decorations were Mrs. H. 1 99
i 299
1; G., Bollinger and her Inter- 199I

I j FOAM PADDING i mediate'troops. I, CT Wash 'n wear gingham plaids ___
I - S9/.95 I Each troop had a part on I chambray stripes broadcloth Tropical weight, washable Wash'n wear Sanforized
NYLON COVER the program: the Brownie I with embroidered trim In dress slacks in loden, char. Regular collar .
!, regular and ivy "))UUovercoal or black. Wash 'v "ear.broadcloth.
; troop sang their song"Smile"; t ctrling. Many ndsomtteei Ivy styled in navy, brown or and tab collars; 2-woy cuffs.White .
I Linda Strickland and! ''Sandra Sizes colors 8 and to 18.fane charcoal Sizes 8 to 11 I in sizes 6.A 18. t

I Register pantomimed the record -: ) .

Famous, High Quality Sofa Beds s-- Full Size i of "Green Door"; Jackie 1 JR. BOYS' JR. BOYS'DRESS BOYS' ..
i Smith and Kathy Hitchcock

n / Heavy Duty 70 Coil Spring Construction. Your j did a novel tap dance routine; SPORT SHIRTS SLACKS CASTER! TIES $

I Beth Jordon played a piano 49 99

f selection; and Ann Brochardsang SIZES 2 TO 6 SIZES TO 7 1 49-
''I. Choice Of Beautiful Long Wearing Fabrics. I 'a solo with Marilyn Bol- ** ; .
: the Wash 'n wear gingham Solid ivy styled canyon
|I I linger piano. accompanying at II ft plaids in bright new pat- cloth printed linen cotton like sateen fabrics. .and all Ready-tied and bow styles In I
I terns and colors wash '. handsome
n "ea! moiiy patterns.
senior Girl Scouts Phyllis I II
i Haddock Kathy Myrick
; Linda Rae Rosier Bobbie Sue I

I i\ Barksdale. Kay Garbett and I f CARP'St GUARANTEED SHOES !
I made
Judy Cauffman up a

This Price Forces Us to Restrict this to a !IF I! panel asked various on which Questions they about were

I; Girl Scouting in general by t t

j their leader Mis. Pat,Cauff

Above Prices On And Saturday man, followed by questions eA
Apply} Only Friday from the other Scout mem-

i| hers. Mrs. J. D. Warren ,
I i I Brownie leader and Mrs. J ( 99 *
; April6thAna 7th. j Cauffman were presented with 3 I

lovely circle'pins by Mrs. Bol-

.. linger with thanks for starting f AND 2.99
i the Brownie and GirlI .
lilt'sA Fact You Can I I Scout troops in Starke six : t

( ... ; Denmark .Furniture Co. I S! yean ago., For the youngsters, our new spring <

Do Better at" i The meeting was closed with iT M styles combine fashion wear and P
comfort at down-to- arth prices. "
.. the Friendship Circle of th3
; '
I *. r ': approximately. 56 girls attend- Sturdily made with gentle supportfor
w "PHONE96t-4321 .1 i .y. CtS ? !' rf i I lug and laps was sung growing feet: Choose from many
,. i r ; :L. QFSTAI2KE ktt4 |i ;The spaghetti supper was 4 >. '. .' .. attractive styles III sizes'W to 3.

434446 West Call. "'Street, __ ..., '. _- '",_. _' '<..4&.'.t.. ,- -., \ I I I i served assisted by by Mrs.Mrs. Titus Robert Olson My- :

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% : : : : : :" I I"T' !,_ _ ..... "'-" ....... ..------- Lawtey. I believe I IUD Quali -
: ', : fled for for the
H. -" PoIi riIAnnoun'cements this important office, TilE RIGHT POLVT
: and will
be available at all
,. ;: times. Your way you write. come In and
-.. -, .r vpte and support
,_...:,:-' ......t I : will be Sincerely appreciated., t rsflect yW.- fevtrite ESTER-
FouBtaiB Pen."YELE.-
,. j Othnia J. (Ossie) Norman I BE001C
Matching; Funds Provide Opportunity i r I .. .' 1
a* 4flatSiIouIcI.P4ot -#;*-* DISTRICT TWO cor.vTr. FLORIDA:
J / Be Passed:Up i 1y lura.-8urqess AoItr 4 4PONCA. I: In re: Estate of I IniLEV tors located outside the State of
: Florida in of
I &nno'unce a cause
.. ..... NEBR--: day for County Commissioner my candi, NOTICE SMITH OF FILIMi WASDIX.1'ETITIOX dec. i. of the Ifcderal, Food. Drug i

,i ,The ,BndfonV? County Fair Asso iat1oi. The" opportunity to obtain 'a dollar I,' District subject to Two the (Xorth May primaries.Stare) FOR :FIX.11. DISCHARGE OFADMIMVrHATHlX Cosmetic virtue of Act ptocess: and in Whereas.due> form b\

is faced with a choice of whether from the state for each one. raised locally 'Wherein I read an old clipping graph 'as I have for many 4' I am a native of Bradford TO AM WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I I I of law, the to..w 12th*!directed day ,ofpr returnable
: $ County; a farmer,
*6g6 :ahead: .with plans'for raising.$25- _does not ten present itself! and; ;" I wT te 16 years ago; be- > ,years each spring when I I I and taxpayer, and have cattleman the best Xotjce: is hereby given| that 1'!I' US:!. I have seized and taten
I left Florida to clean. Ha! This the .._ interest of the entire at the said various articles consisting
should Tnot be. treated lightly. Especial-i, fore come < year: county have filed my final returns as'
TbOfi .bean. of quantities of rescripU
: I
in : would stand for honest sincerity
} mjitchinjfunds\ that -
west. I am thankful and tears came into for administratrix of the estate of in C*nr-
my eyes ; as Inventory
If.is this frii when the fifet will ipire' and economy in our county drugs per
FlUe $ .
brfnjf another, )OO from'tfie state y : intended for u!<
$25. withiifthreenjonths and is almost happy. ; I realize I am no longer young : government and. if elected' that I have filed petition for file and
or .to.l let. this handsome sum go by; de- "I will take my pipes 'and-"go as I was the first. Spring I 1 I for will mv put district forth aad my the best county efforts fuutl discharge, and that I \\111 others as: samples! lawfully for engaged physicians: in dispensing -
I sure never to be renewed again. ; I apply to the Honorable TheronA.
-fault, with never another chance top now played it. here. I still do lots -large. i I Yawn. C unty Judge of Brad- prescription drugs ant Xv
-A. B. have them in lay custody.
: obtain it This chance to obtain $5OOOO in, And God be with you all, of work, but.I must go slower i, WHITEHEAD.FOR ford County Florida. on April lice is hereby given that a District
I ?7th. 1962!, 10:110.11..
Friday at
The 'decision w&Tlrjcked around at fairfacilit for an inyestmenFof: $25- And keep all sorrow. from I I' and rest more. Tent Revival for approval of the same and for i i Tutted Court. States will Court w held Room in the H..
I COr.NTT COMUI5IOSFJDITRIT I final discharge : administratrix .
000 HERE ARE COOKIES as Florid.
: presents Bradford bept you Jacksonville.
a meeting i ,the Association i last Friday :Couijtjn a I Starts FOUl of the estate: of Riley Smith i the City of April l)L
; Friday of
: I the IJth day
und only opporuntt toeMahi rl@quatei'fair And the dark hearts load; CALLED "JUMBLES": : II Wasdin I' tt. on
1 nightapd t cohWsili' t I' : I for the 'trial of Mid premisesand
{ # those 'building facilities "' I will take my pipes and go Mix well:' cup shortening; I I I am a candidate for County : April 3rd 1962. I the owner or owners and
; *pre5enl'that, mMi: kfiould af ,: .minimumt Wi.'L/Herslnker of Marion, I Commissioner, Disrict 4, comprising ERA KDWAKD3YASDIX.. who may hav' o
go now, 1 cup brown sugar: cup all persons
'cdst in local Tie '; : : rheressa. Hampton, and Administratrix of the estate of
I : ahead 'with-: plan: ,1 Fri > bohd'issue' to funds. offer Is : 11; For I hear the summer call, white sugar, '2eggs. Stir in 1''' Ill: \rtll conduct a series of Graham <(
_rai e.\t1i..c\ :!{ d i o ,1. $ U4jQ'necd.e' the.that: more tHe Fair timely Association WyjeV jsiSoos 0? tW-fact: ,' Andou'\ will hear the. pipes cup evaporated milk, 1 tea- revival: : \ services in a tent onU.S.,3Oi'jnorthl I: and have just served to all this, and county will con-fair ,I THOMAS Attorneys&at PIERCE Law 'deCl"bed'l time tn l'aUlleif.and place. any aforesaid they havewhy i 1.

: T e ':J.Jahon' Uj'th Itbe promise i to'eceive 'a-sfiiging i i spoon7vanilla. Then add: 2 f starting Fri- tinjie to do so if re-elected to ?03-205! North Temple Ave. show final decree should n-'
deeds from.t\t"o' fate departments i day'night at 7:30. He will be this office. I am a widow and t Starke, Fla. a *ia-
John r.
i ; along the road. and fhree-fourths flour, prayed.
Ii $5t9Q91oijj; ,&:.th Bradford As I pass cups do not have any other jub to I George H. Price pass as .
< valuable pi otDr6'ftyidel1y.suited .b '* assisted.by J. A. Jackson, .also ; interfere with in 'I guire. Sr.. U.,1arshaI.
: : Development Commission for to.a !: -Byrne teaspoon soda, and z tea- me giving full Attorney
apart .. ; of Marion. It announcedthat time to this important office. I 4-5 4t 4-6! --- ,
for t was I _
fatr1td. 16' salt. Chill in refrigerator
: of matching fund total. \ e' a ._ I I used! the above poem spoon I would like to express my -T- -- -
To possesuch. i''W' ell-itrsite years ago and also wrote this: for 30''or 40 mln. and drop there will be a special thanks to each one of you for ::' I I

: We believe' that, t tq proposed bond for a fairg uil,g... n4.14W pjt pave There comes"ah fend'to "livery-1! by rounded tablespoons' of1:section for colored people. I, voting I would for appreciate roe in the your vast Tote, and ial:I THE UNITED STATES OFMER1CA |:' WILLIAMSJEWELRY

tissue isfeasible, :and that'1't' th good buildings: and l & Ief"1 fRtlh\ift\ lB' keiP-:' thing as time marches on. My :. mixture on greased cookie I the coming election. Florida -, Whereas Southern, on District the 2Srd of i I .

: management! of future\ fairs, the bonds ing with it doesn't make school is out, here at Clay.'she;t about 2 inches apart. i I HEILBROXNPrayer Thank JESSIE you so R.much CUASTAIN. I day of March, 19(2! United States' '
I .-would be. sense from : The schoolhouse Bake at 375. While cookies BAPTIST DUnCH of America by its .Proctor Emmett :
a je&sopahly 30110:$ investJtrtnt. \ JJ.jpqinto{ i>> I Hill. was j I A. Moran, Assistant United'.
t ._ Some qtizejis t nf'.the community : 'i.A yej eO'\Jirgt:trrowded for the commence- are baking, set rest of mix FOIl COrXTV COMMISSIONER t-tates Attorn.,'.' fild its libelin i
of 'th' Association Inw.t at it would ::1 f Meeting ,Ve nedays. 'I' he District .Court of the.nite.l '
"alO1fg'W1th kind ment. was so proud and ture back in refrigerator. Icewlttpowdered DISTRICT TWO '
: projects of this. pri- be yearseya) 7:30: p. mKev.. Joe Boop ( States for the Southe' REPAIRSWATCIIRSDI.UI0NDS
ftjiiarily: from .desire ) n -before'th: ''happy over my giadu t s. sugar and milkBake" I To the Citizens' of Bradford District of Florida against various .
a to 1 School
assist build- Sunday 10 &. m. '
articles of drugs consisting
neWarFSulIdfe-'cbuld'be built tiith'r When'you'read this 1 shall ben'the 10 min. .I County: i iI ,
\ jl1g every phase of the community) -:inwhich ntI1. local t n8s.f > : I i iiXorth
,' they live. Others look at. it'ln1! a f.I-''" \V 'await p. i ," vit1i interest.1 the : 1'1- have'been happy in Florida :I Shirley-I have found fungus I Training Union 6:30: p. m tarfce) in the Bemo-II file. which have been repackedby : A, C. Williams
: coldly analytical .Fair '. Evening Worship. 7:30 p. m. -ratic Primary of May 8. I was by dealt-r Koch Drug Store
way, expecfia& get ':As.lQfiaftorrs aOuncemett of i i: these many years. sowIt11" a can be killed "by using a white i ii 7:30 born and reared ia Bradford I j frf'DphYl kiau'lt samples into : 142 W. CaU St.
m. Evening Worship
: value .receive:l from! every'Collar. \hiy forAll1g 'bonds'fto' 'finance Sire I i prayer of thanks and an ache | gasoline, or better, lighter p. County, and it you entrust me!!; containers bearing labeling containing Starke Fla.
School 10 Morn "ProfessionalcfempU ,
its Sunday a. m. with this important office, 11 the! words '
ihvest. Perhaps this pr P sed;bond ISSue gtM matching fundT: is !! in my heart, I ,shall step on. fluid, as used in cigarette ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sur lay pledge to tarry out its duties I I *" or viaiilar wording
: someone'Vefoafked of for with" and the names of the manufacturers -I I ::"T:' -
can be made tti-ttive' to both the train. I.shall. dream !lighter I killed a fungus honesty sincerity, and fair- -- -=
Evening: Service. 7:45: p. m. pm-Jiers, or distriba ; :- T -I :
laSit Friday n ght-"It carivbe I I I i nes H to all. ::
groups. '4- > 'J I )t ." ;; ) by children and I shall be Don with lighter fluid.i ,
Your vote and active i iOf II.
m. Prayer Meeting Friday
done! / p.
,, -', C. ,. .. t. I reading the Bible and we will i i i Don has 'gone on an ambulance fliy eandidacy.wilI! be greatly !;
'- --:. r : h: t.lf. 0: I j. I be giving:the pledge to the flag I* call to take an old .7:45 p. m.FIRST. I. appreciated.George .
I I 11! Counting On Us For W. Roberts, Jr. Vote For
Support j'I loW everyone. at Clay HilL person from the home to a Marklee

; It, has never been, for chil- i t,"t' shall hurry: back. arid hope !...hospital at Wakefield. Gabby CHRISTIANCHURCH FOR SCHOOL BOARD {: .
easy our that we have not met our obligations next yea'f will be' as happy as} is asleep somewhere. Digger DISTRICT. '!, O\K! !I,

: dreA ,typoyf up.)In todays world\ i i.Us; to Our'.youth. We have not givensufliciently \ -1 I this one. So I shall huiry :: has now been dead for a year.I 537':W. Call St.. Starke A member> % of the School : a S

.probably en' hayderi.cfur J dnd back and as the above poem still miss' that little dog. Bob L- Badgett, Minister Board occupies one of tft> most
atijjn: ;\ of-ourselyes to aid our yOung 1 important positions in Bradford
I e ;enl, the wortf} iai j moVed at kuch'a people to realize their' responsibilities "i ads.- "You will' hear my Last week Don ordered" a I Cor. w. Call! & Christian County because the welfare of'iiiEi ':: $tarhng''S
ambulance. This is our children must first. ;
pass -orae
great ; pipes ingirlg as T. along I new one I Sunday School 9:45: a. an.I .
th jpace: ?; dijrihff'he} { }pSst/few reArs eHH'to'provide* the'leaderghip !necessltry! the r ad. The summer calls a 1962 Oldsmobile. He got a Church Worship, 10:45: m.I lour business"schools and have I feel become that "big my .

t..tU w*iMillts. have hnd troubfeadjustujg. .for them to adjust to our world. and the wide, wild wonderful i i good trade.in on this 1961 I Chi Rho; 5:30: p. m. Choir experience qualifies me to help ,

There. -atfe"many youthorganiza-''west is calling across the. great i Pontiac we have. We have I practice. 6:30: p. m.; CYF, 7 p. every the board dollar get spent.I full. value for FOR

TSJta y' wonder hat our. .ch'ildren tions in this country now trying tol divide. I j lots of ambulance calls, as I[ m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p. wish) to express my appreciation
:are Having, a jlfficuit time? In this' provide thii leadership. they need(yOur r 3UT 1 NEVER RETURNED we do not have a hospital in Im.. Wednesday. Minister,I their support to in my the friends past. Your for :4i1r4 CommissionerDIST.
support. The Boy Scouts-of THAT SUMMER OF 1946. j this town. 'They must be tak.. vote and support in the May ,-. _- County
fast.moyinvortd America is -'a
: 'they do not have i primaries will be appreciated.D. .
Again the pipes of summer to Sioux City which is 25 t
the advantage of theUnsiilation just one ofthese, igffoups, b (on({of thei I en SEVENTH DAT W. Starting member
and l teolati call me, and: I, am still in the miles acrOss the river in Iowa ADVENTiST CHURCH Board of Public Instruction, County-at-Large: ( )
/ n from the adult world that we most important 'contribufors to the great west. I married my good or 30 miles to Wakefield, Ne I Dist. 1, Lawtey. ::1 ____ '
had.. leadership of.'our'"space'age" I Sabbath School [Saturday
Today, with -increased communi- youth Don and remained here 'in braska. I -

',caiioj\\< through: radfo! ; television )ews- A finance, campaign ''fpr-the Boy''Nebraska. I have never been' We are real proud that 9:30: a. m. Morning Worship, FOR SCHOOL BOARD 0 He is a Farmer and Cattleman, and will be avail

papers;, magazijjes lahd"other-n1ass 'nie:' Scouts will be held. pn' atarday, April'!' sorry I stayed. I have not Sioux City. has been chosenas t lIOn 11 a.Road.m. Located and Grirm between Wil j DISTRICT:> 0.\E I II able to the People of Bradford County at all times.

dia. our boysad: girls find thenisejves 14. Since I Its .founding,. Scouting hasprovided had'an easy life as the wife' | 1962 All A American City. It 1'E. 'L. Mariey Loop.,, County To the: voters of Bradford I
thrust' into' niaHuft:, world all too sooYi. the necessary 'ingredients1 to 'of a small town mortician >: has made much progress in 964-1324. pastor. I I am a candidate for School I tPd. Pol. Adv.)

,They Vare. jushd. tnto 'ft without the produce m ture' Responsible adult, out I have learned so much I the last nine years. You see, t: Board member District One.

4 knowledge-to} and it will continue and been busy and happy. I; as ,cities go out here, it is an,
; understand it and with- 'do so in the fu-.
; At first studied by corres- i old western city. As time
out the capacIh" ture. In ? { : Scouts nd! !
t'&pe \ { t } thfsjiimpaignlhe.
pondence from the University i! passes. progress must be made

: "cpftfronted? t with -the' $ Sand ..'those a :uls wno:are, sponsoring themj of Florida, fir< a. few-,' years. II i in every way. to keep up with

4 'crimfnal' i issuesthat c confront (he awl l attempting Jto' provide; the neees-j Then I began studying this I I newer cities.: We are proud

adult world. -x '. 'sai'. leadership( heed your* iupporto'dIg. | mortuary febarse; Now I"""am"STllcfiiisttl"funtratdirector j i of Sioux, pity,*, .
\ ":. "'. 3 -,d6ep'dT' irnt>eTtftat a'tfir: tr.:1: : ? I I,, It will soon 'lie'Easter'andwarm .

I The.a>e3ome rise juvenile delinquency veatmen'f.'in'; our; youth.will i l 'reap solid help.in all of the work. I ;I weather here. After
in have painted the walls of the our long cold winter we will
\ : 4recent years lends to .shpw dividendsJn the 'futbr .. .' !.i
', Upstairs where we' lived many
,. : l I be so happy.

I i '" .. ... :I .. J. ;.., -hat' times in these 16 years. 11! God bless. you every one.
-- .IuIPIp4r-1PS -- ,, it 'is' Bradford is full of "' I
have become acquainted' with i
i exciting mysteriel this
everyone in town and all the
t t. Fai'niersDiary I one and we never jet tired 'of countryside. I love Nebraska, Ends "
T..iL tk roanilng around looking 10 Registration INC. VALUESASK OUR
: 'as: I love Florida. There is ,w Of
i ., % ,1 them'} ;& Wbere. Saturday 5 P. M. "The Friendly Store" '
it By Sam leG rvey" beauty and good ev ,
I As I'was ironing this 'morn-
Se. where polie -authorities ..-..On the. am -trip, we saw avery ing I thought of those' last Saturday at 5 'p.m. Is the

are ..still searching in our area : dark hawk: (blue darter?)f xiays .in April as I finished up I,I final deadline. for registering. . .

\) for 'jtttesin part in the torso ,and a a'medium-sized bird with reports and bade my children !I to voter In the May primaries A Parade of Fashions and

fnurder case. We can almost;tong legs which flew like an goodbye. Much has happened !I Mrs. Marian Crosby super

I J", guarantee they won't find them l'8.irplaneith. landing gear and been 'a lot of changes.I Vis t' of registration,'announced ; Dress TrousersIn

itf.oar' section of the highway, down.,. i am still going strong.. Whoo-j I yesterday Beauty .
I Iorour'dog Fad .le has already peehVThis! Registration books were

:'J dug I iup eveiy bone withiii"miles, Our pine trees are decorated morning ;i heard a I I brought in from the precincts All Few Colors,

.' / '>, and deposited them. right. at.our now with their ''candles" and 1 turtle. dove. It is still cold !!i' Thursday! and all registration f,4' EASTER
***.CooI..nfghtB and "ftitnn days]doorway.: i I look, like old-fashioned Christmas here of nights. Got down to I;j. Ijetween now and 5 p.m. I r Fabrics, Designs .

J H3.Ii'e. .hetPe4 th$ ,kberrie!: and atjeseni j !I.' !r. trees. '17 'degrees last-Tiight cleaned Saturday must be done at the Values
t to $7.99
\ are' 'picking!I! Good rains the weekend o in the
powers, over theattic last week and play-i superv r's office. .
<\\ *l !jMial. George Huggina calls i helped,, the crops, especially the 'We''hive a clump of sweet! ed the old record on the-p\Ono.}. courthouse. .' Sizes 28 And Up D .
\ **the best fruit IyE' een. ain
't ; :tte been Were"( Indirtitions:a're I jrigftt after.th 'plants'have' been Hatches, and we're having an' .AMBQLANdE SERVICE"; \ I EASTER SALE -
r tkat [berries are f- making :a I set. And It also helped the ber- argument with grasshoppers ; j: > .

1 : :.! J jback (n'are'a andvlll I iriea, "aa they really gobble up about it. They-think we planted! 4 nl;* : PHONE? 964-2600 .1 The Best Nationally

eice, ajaln-'becouje! the number(I the ''rain wbn they'are 'making. there',for' them as /'greens"] Funeral 'HomeDeWitt .. I .
** DeWilt C. .
\ :cash fruit. 'lit' 'just to the idea ,
( Ae crop discourage ] ( I Advertised Brands
IIC I .s ,. I. .. 'S this "week we sprayed it. We;; .C.:'Jones. ,Registered.Funeral. ,'Director} $ 88 .

I;.Three'things" have contributed[ If your farm was,.worth $10-; can picture that .bay blooming! Stark, Fla.. ;. : -! i-3 ( In New Styles S
':ht., !ils comeback. : the'' Florida:f.000 in 1960. at the end of 1961 some year If We can get rid! RENTAL ;SERVICES.

developed. to' replace! the;![lit was'ttorUTS:$10,900; 's<
I :: sionary;, the fumigation of I to, figures released by the US- so long .. 1; j .. \ t
oii to kBl"nematodes l ;' and DA which showed that Florida S S S 4 FabriesOfS

':Pl IatI inuicAln'sf whlco Uml-1 farm land' increased nine per This ,looks like a good year I .." : See The New Solid -

.dtatea much'of the hand cultiva-_ :[cent ,during 1061.. The rate of:for berry groWers andVre ceritainly NO IRON COTTONS -

a "kin and' increiSes: )' ie1& Thus, Increase, by the way was the hope so, for if ever people ., -;. Colors and Patterns SILK. \LENES' -

; Experiment Stations and highest in thi'ation. i earn their money by the In Wash'NIVear. 5

"he County Agents can be I.: '* .s |sweat"of their brws, 'they 'do'] S Trousers S, LINENS

e4t4 t.'wth'" hfilp&igf'to 'brtngI Started -spraying around our fa raising, berrie's- So we hope

ihe berry*ack,berg Bradford place early this year in.the the yield continues heavy, and > DACRONS .

:t4untr.' '. .1. '. t j bopc'Of'keeping1'ahead' 'of the:!that prices stay strong.' The WASHWWEARWONDER '. _

.. 'i 'e' bb' .r. insect peats. tur'garaeitfas', JQ1'jexam ;I growers deserve every doU d.1 .""" .Ji i.o':,. ,ANDoTnEW. t i ..,

3 Dale Bta.dlywas \rtnner of ]e.. were covered with:they take, in. FABRIC

t Hhe Bradford god Conservation that black smut, e.OO'spra'ingl' t I II SHIRTS >....,. WONDERFUL

l ; Supervisors pubHV1 ..speaking will get rid;'of it and help the:, ,PENTECOSTALHOLINESS j' S -.

'test.iieId' list 'Tfiufsday I bushej-to; get 'green and pretty CHURCH S :elL I Col rs of ..White.. S .'....' S
Slight !t.: a reg Ur-meeting of ag alL ? . 1

\ 4he Lions Club. Phillipe_ won $23 :5 S ZZ4.Brewnist.Sunday At .. Darks, Pastels or
\'ings Bond and the honor of Found a tree over at- theFloiug I School. 10 a. m, -l =- -: "
j i NAVY oJ,;' .-i
pritittg- Bralford Cioaty jffen Bridge section Homing Worship-11 a. m .., S ..... .
:f1 !!tt',the District Contort toed -boJ I this week which has us puzzled.. Evangelistic Service 7:30 fp.t : -,! S "" $. S f ,,.3< .-

r later..iittr ..Gleq. .lIt.RTftS tt J'IMM.of..film.wh1te t m. ''Wethwsday"Prayer Meet-t. a--- : ''SIZES:71o13: : t ;,.. :- :'

J prings. Gerald.$ ,pp, von e' bloom but. we .couldji't get ing.! 7:30:: p. m. Saturday %' t x I'f '

iie<;x>nd prize of |lp and nor nlKbnbrelf :f close enough to examine it,t Youth Service, 7:30: p. m.- -S"r 10 to 20 S'S
.- won third prize,of'$5.. ,1 closely, 'and have 'no idea: o{ David T.: McGhee. pastor .
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3 THURSDAY APRIL 5, 1962 :

;;; ngny.-.. ...' ,." 'AAR' "' '-- :' R...x' + Supply" Section I ure to yield the right-of-way,1 Recent Births
Diamond Men ;.w rnawn- .W- -: :7we>wrd..wr 1a : "' : 7 t : i nHS si Trackmen driving while license revoked,' R & S HOMES
I ... 1. 'Y .'L .,...z7 .. I Stilt\ Ahead : BUILDERS. INC.
t Games t tj i'f: '" '' : ::;.: .: 7 f.. ) i passing a stopped school bus Jlr. and Mrs. Luther English. Complete Biiildlnj Service
Lose : 'd !!: 1
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.: : Blanding Bowling allowing unauthorized person Jr. of Jtaxville announce
... ,..' .. ...'x":7.s ). ,.- '....,."........:';Uj r.,.;.' .., Take 7 Firststo to drive improper dl' ver's.birth of a son, David Eugene Rt'palrs-Alttrations PHONE 724-1711

i In ''losIng week StarketiasebaIiers e3 .. .license, and assa.ultith intent on March 30 in Bradford County
a Supply Section stayed on
-' .....cr :" >'< : t <:::.. : 10155 Atlantic Blvd.Jaekcoavlle .
). dropped two : : top to take the first half of to kill Hospital. F1a.A .
;jgames, to Fernandina and \" :: :: Win Meet the Blanding Bowling League ,i '
Lake City, to put their sea- ; .. .1 : tournament; which closed last'Band Plans Funds CONGREGATIONALHOLINESS' t -

jon's record at three wins t. .. g .;;..' ;' "::' Friday night at Bowlero Lanesin To Finance CHCHCHNorth

I gainst five defeats. : BHS' trackmen tore up the Gainesville. .,

t Fernandina walloped Starke ros cinders. for se'en.first. places Electronics held fast in second Orange Bowl Trip 301, 2 1-2 miles out 701

pn the local field Friday to the . < tune of 9-1 in a Keystone Y 1: ;.. 'sl 0'I quadrangular meet in Gaines- split? with Supply in the final Bradford High School Band,II Young People's Meeting 0.05c
Conference tilt. The Pirates > I I 1 vile last Thursday. rounds. Automotive swept 5'''Boosters' met Tuesday night Friday 7:30: p. m. Sunday I

belted Tornado pitching formine r. The points from Armament but,and made plans to raise funds i School, 10 a. m. Sunday Night/1 :
Tornadoes 'wound !
runs and eight hits. ...s,..;gq ss; ywa; y. I! with 692 points to 56& for still remained at the bottomof Tor the band's trip to the Orange.! Worship 7 p. m. Everyone i i Je 666

Starke's lone run came injthe 9 : Shades Valley High an Ala- the totem pole. ;i Bowl Parade next winter.: cordially invited to attend-'

first inning while Fernan- 4 r w 'j:'" ;: bama school much larger than Sidney Jackson had .high| Plans are for band membersto Rev. Carl Edmondson. pastor.

; rna tallied in all but the < BHS. Gainesville High was game of 188 and high three- sell popcorn and fudge even!
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:anal two innings.j !!i third with 48 points and Pal- game series with a 539 for :{Saturday with the Band Boost-!

The Tornadoes spoiled anohit 4s 'I i[ atka trailed with 36. Shades., Electronics. I er's new popcorn machine. POP-I I Vote For and Elqcf: : JJ.
-: try by Lake City 'scorn will be sold this Saturday
game : Vallev had: four first places Members of the winning.
Ditcher Frank Vining in the ; 1 Palatka three but OHS had team are: Clifton Griffis, at Food Fair and at Winn-Dix
>final inning Tuesday in Lake Harold Noel Joyner ie and the Florida Bank the following "
h / t i none as all their points came Epps.
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City but still went down to : ,Ic24L16 '. :r'- !. on second. and third. finishes. : Robert Drake, and George two Saturdays. The sale J. A. "R. G, t
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+ tan 8-3 defeat. Vining, who Wolfred. : pill! alternate between the two
!1 Starke's Freeman Register !,
|fanned six and walked as + : x : Z; .. ; and Hallie Seymour were double Standings Won Lost s firms. ___ s I
many, had an 8-0 lead going Supply 34 11 The Boosters also planned P
: Register capturing -
into the seventh frame. .. Electronics 30 15 :concert for April 21 with the'I GRIFFIS I
ery5 ? i; the 100 and 220 yard;
I But Starke pinch hitter ; ;Y' c .. + t Si: } : : ;a':j dashes and Sevmour the lit) .. Armament 16 29 ,Bowl trip. The parade will be.: _
Ixiike Waters singled and this :r9(! : : }:: .;..t:{ ; ; i. : : : yard high hurdles: and the highj Automotive 10 35 televised! for two and a half FOR ,
was followed by two walks and hours over the ABC TV net-
: to account for >. .. ,,. '. .. .. ..J ,'$ . j jump. Register covered the Aork
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the;a sacrifice Tornadoes'fly three runs. _..-...-.. ..,_w..".........'...'w-._:=-'.{_:.t.'J""+',:-':.'.' .."'.;-'' .L'... .-... .'.,i' '.>:.'.:.-:':.:,..:-<.-..:,.:.:.'.-,/i2..,:.:, -.,:,:'"' ,1...;...:.:1.'...;.,+.::.,.;.->,:.''.'"_,...:...,.,;.:..;.,,..."" ..... .._,., ....: century in 10.6 seconds and ;Speeding Leads -.--.- -- -I CountyCommissioner
| the 220 in 227. Seymour finished -
Mark Hamilton started on I Offenses Tried _
With Record Breaking Leap ,v i with a time of 15.6 in f
the mound for the Tornadoes ., tJ. j the hurdles and 6 feet 1 inch !In County Court I

but was relieved in the sec- to take the high .1ump.i :,- DIST 4.

},ond Starke by Bill will Jackson.play at St. Au- Seymour Jumps To Victory In Florida Relays e J i, Other Starke firsts came on t One hundred fifty-two caseswpre Graham .

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gustine tomorrow and will ,, senior Mike: Darbv's winning. tried in county court before -
I time of 2:03.8'in:the half mile Judge T. A. Yawn duringthe .'
,host Keystone Heights Satur- Bradford High School track- feet 4 inches. He shared hon-! Starke, composed of Freeman t Theressa) iL 4
run, Irwin Martin's month of February with
winning :
.day afternoon in its next men made their presence ors with Charles Mason of At-.:, Register, Tom Gardner. Seymour -,
1 jump of 12 feet 6 inches in the 37 persons cited for speeding.
known for the first time Sat- lanta Northside who also : and Walters also entered He is who believes in serving the people at
a man
pole vault, and the winning i
the Florida 6 feet t Inches. failed to Fifteen persons were charged -
urday in Relays jumped the relays but? .
t combination of Register, Tom and all times not just at Election time.
i Alabama Walters' of 12 feet 9 witlll /time with improper passing ,
a Florida, Georgia jump I place fJ{.1::33.2. :.
games.TVRADIO ;'trl-sHte meet, when Hallie j I inches" "good enough for a just .:fsMonds oSit of th 'monI -! Gardner, Seymour, and John, 13 worthless check charges i He believes in trying to get you a dollars worth for

I :Seymour tied for a win.in the' second place In the pole vault ey,. -"Walters' 'was;''-running In Adams in the half mile relay i! were brought before the Judge. the
: dollar that is by County.
tax spent
f' Walters I I with a time of 1:32.9.Other j Eight persons were charged. every
I high jump'and Lynwood -\I at the relays,'but",the'TornadoI place of John Adams who was ; :
Starke i,
places were: while intoxicated
took second place In the ; with driving
REPAIRSON :I pole vault. I vaulter was a bit off Saturday *, scratched from the race'by a 100-yard dash-5. Gardner : and five were cited for nodriver's I : Your Vote and Support

..f i The tall Seymour is shown i, and has already jumped sore leg.' ''With-Adams'running, [tie]. :|t license and the same i I Will be Appreciated

ALL MAKES above breaking the relays high I 13 feet 1 inch this season. the team' haxf? qualified fort 880--yard run-5. .Larry Noe-' number for removal of prop-. v

: jump record with a leap of 6 : A 880-yard relay team from" the meet with.a.time of i gel. 2:08. I' erty under lien. Ten persons (Pd Pol. Adv.)
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FAST i 180-yard low hurdles 2. were charged with violation

Alley Cats Take I Bill Nelson's high game for Noegel&t fie, sFirst : Seymour, 21.1. the charter of the Railroadand This man is joyful btcaut:
I the season. Public Utilities Commis-
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Place In I :..Jlicefil' Shot put-2. Gardner, 48
SERVICEk First I High for the Blunder Busters a. He found a parking place The New
feet 11 inches. iI i sion.Other Script .
ByFACTORY Mixed BowlingAfter was Carl Lamar Johns Ladies, Bowling I charges were fraudof b. He found a sawbuck 1
II with a 131 average in three i Discus-4. Gardner, 121 feet: contributing to I,1I I

TRAINED losing the first gameto games. Noegers"'Aut the : The Untouchables defeated the Rebels at 10 inches. 3 as bowlful of
the Blunder Busters out .first plate i and voluntary intoxication I a grass i .
TECHNICIAN Alley Cats came back with I the Bottom Scooters 3-1 to by defeating them 4-0 last t I Broad Jump-2. Walters, 20 cases each. Two persons each :cuttings if eaten without cream

All Work Guaranteed three wins for a first 3-1 score remain in third place. Buddy j Friday night in the Ladies ; feet 2 inches; 3. Seymour, 20 were cited for participating in i i Fresh, rich cream as smooth as: and RefillsFOR

I to take over first place in the Elliott with a 163 average for\ Bowling.League.. j I feet 1 inch. J I' an affray, reckless driving,.an oiled otter, i.ianes any meal I
Mixed Doubles League last three games led the Untouchables -i Lynette Roddy was' the big! Pole vault-3 Walters 12 -failure to have vehicle under I complete and satisfying. I i

BULLINGTON'SAppliances I I I Friday'night. Leading the Al- while Bill Cogdill had I reason for the victory, bowl-' feet; 4. Silcox. 11 feet 6 inches.; control, and following too ALL BUSINESS WHITING
I I ley Cats to victory was Harold !1 a 162 average for the Bottom ,ing games of 136, 102, and Mile relay 2. [Crawford I closely. 25c each

: Davis with games of 202 and I i Scooters. 196 for an average of 145 for I Dugger, B. Dowling, Darby] 'I Single offenses were pro- I only
of 200 for I Standings W L GB: Noegels. Vonda Stephens had 3:36.4.: !!
Phone 961.6551t I 197 for an average i i fane and indecent language, !
the night. The 202 game tied I Alley Cats 14 10 1! a 170 game, and an average Ii i permitting livestock to run at 1 f I '
,tl 1 Blunder Busters 13.5 10.5 V2 :' of 122 for the Rebels. Rod- AT THE TABERNACLE i large, petit larceny, no driv- REFILLABLE!

Untouchables 12 12 2 dy's game of 190 is now the I The communion service was: er's license, failure to turn I
Bottom Scooters 8.5 15.5 5': : high single in the lea I 1
game :held last Sunday morning at th> over title certificate, possession -
Top Four Men's Averages : with Refills lOc
gue. !Gospel Tabernacle after the icular ?- ; of a lottery ticket mali- ea.
Harold Davis, Alley Cats Williams ,
Jewelry and the
I JUcic'sGROCERY i message. Rev. Fred Gar cious injury, disturbing the .
166 'average. I Dreamers tied at .two' \ -. ,
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1 games i sign, ;
land, evangelist of RoffnoK'J.1Va. !; ; peace, running a stop .
Bill Nelson., Bottom. Scoot each in the other action lastFriday : 'Is. .,'. BLUE "... -
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f I I ., with singer, Fred Schlot? stopping on a highway : -(lOot .. .., ,:.t. ',,
160 \ .
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I Leonard Noegel, Alley Williams Jewelry led her
the evangelist, were presentand
: and MARKET :, 151 Harry average.LoveD_ Untouchables o' .: team.with: an:'average of 142'!,i'i'in took part in tlii service.. ;I ,SHOP ANYWHERE f RED .
three games while Hazel I
I Half Mile North of City Limits-U. S. 301 149 average. : Griffis had a 124. average for I Wednesday Special meetings through Will Friday he held of,, I FOR NEW OR USED ) FINE OR MEDIUM POINTS.

OPEN'7 DAYS 7 AM. 11 P.M. \ Top June Four Norman Ladies Untouchables Averages the Dreamers. next week at the Tabernacle; I i The' economical 'I'i
Standings W L GB closing with the annual found Then Come See Us! i most :

145 average. ) Noegels Auto Sales 11 5 ing observance. .
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ITTT1 MMB IT MMWt B ITf Ii N e o m a Nelson, Bottom: Rebels 7 7 2 i, :
i Red: John 'Margin eT tbs WLL MATCH ANY DEAL devised. :
-,, Scooters, 140 average. Williams Jewelry 6 10 51',: 'I writing ever
;::::r'?::::;:;:{::::;::::? Ginny Rodermond, Alley:, Dreamers 6 10 5ToP' ''Fellowship Baptist Church;. .

Cats, 125 average.. j i Jacksonville will brinj the? mes- UNIVERSITY CHEVROLETYour
: Four Bowlers: '
,:. Mary Jarvis. Bottom Scooters Elaine Griffis, Williams}sage, and Mrs. Margins will Bradford County Telegraph
I ,124 average. : Jewelry 133 average. i i present special music. Authorized Dealer i >

1 I Top Four Couples: | Lavonne Jackson Dreamers.|I The public is invited. 215 S. E. FIRST GAINESVILLE

69c 1. Neoma and Bill Nelson, 120 average. I I .- -..' .- I t "
Bottom Scooters. 149. Harriette Holtzendorf, Noe : _
I I 2. Marty Rozler'and Harold gels. Auto 119 average. |Look to Standard OH for new -' -- '

IRISH POTATOES lbs -. 29c ;Davis Alley Cats, 131. Majdrie- Wade, Rebels, 115'I: ways to take better care of
; 3. Mary and Frank Jarvis, average. i ld your car. Look to Standard Oil _

CARNATION Limit .8 cans with S5.00 order I, Bottom Scooters, 129. Hlffh Games: I F for new ways to take better
4. Joanne 'and Jimmy Rowe, care of your car. Look to
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MILK 8 tall cans .oooo.oo. $1.00 Lynette Roddy, Noegels -
Standard Oil for new ways to ,
Blunder Busters,,J21.. 190. j You'rekidding
better of
care your car.
High Gamest '! +ir
ISLAND SUN Vonda Stephens Rebels
I Look to Standard Oil for new
Sliced Pineapple 4 No. 2 cans 99c Bill Nelson and Harold Da 170. 1 I ways to take better care of '
vis [tie], 202. !
Elaine Griffis Williams 1 I your car. Look to Standard Oil 1
: Rodermond 182. .
GA RED i Gunny ; I Jewelry, 161.Harriette ': for new ways to take better I
i i of our car. Look to
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CUT STRING BEANS can 15c : I Holtzendorf. NoeI I '
GIUHYMBAPTISTCHURCH Standard Oil for new ways to ?
I gels Auto., 157.AIRPARK. r # THOUSANDS
: take better care of your car.
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MAXWELL HOUSE ; r s Look to Standard Oil for new a
: Sunday School 10 m.i
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COFFEE -. 1 Ib. tin . 69c (i I Mornmfc Worship 11 a. m. I r ways to take better care of .. I
I your car. Look to Standard Oil

FRENCH'S ," Training Union. 6:30 7p. .m.i I' Sunday School, 9:45: a. m..L .. N ;t. for new ways to take better take better care of your car. your ear.Look to Standard Oil I I
: tfveninf Service, 7:30'p.. m.I 11:15.I k care of your car. Look to Look to Standard Oil tor sew for nth bays to take better!I ip
BAIt-B-Q SAUCE18 oz. bot. 39c [I Prayer Meeting Wednesday;" 8 Morning Worship. p Standard Oil for new ways to to take better tare of(eareof .your Look to|
'p. m.-Rev. C. L. Redding pas-" Training Union,: 6:30: p. m.: aw.o o'i WlY-.s..: _:::.:.__." :.. ._ ,-_-_ ..;;; ::- __-____ .._... __:::_.:-CU..,_: :.:___..
ROYAL tor. Evening Service' 7:15.Rev.. \ I
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LONG, GRAIN RICE 5 Ibs. .oo 59< I"r Robert Halsien. pastor. .bri+gv PNc::

!1 JIM DANDY With $5.00 Food Order -I \ 1 It's a fact! New RPM deposit-free :

Merchants'Fun I ti ,
GRITS or MEAL 5 Ibs. -. 25c y
.. motor oils thousands of
I .r : :. give extra

PURE LARD'2 gal. 49c '

DIXIE LILYS? NEW 'PAH-BOILED: FestvAl'I'i : i* },V miles without engine: overhaul !

f i LONG GRAIN'RICElYzlbs.' 37c I t .

E ) New from Standard-RPM motor oils with a revos5

MEATAL3. SPECIALS!\ Mling'Rife II at ashless detergent that halt engma wear.

It leaves no ash deposits. .keeps coxobusiioa chambers

.. I i : so_ clean moving. parts ,BO free of thick, sticky
.. MEAT BOLOGNA lb. 4Sc : that '
sludge your engine can :now outlast the life o(

0/GOQD.GROUND.BEEF l lb. 49c KidflieRides 7 your atf! Result: you' can save hundreds of dollar

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16,TO S: La; AVERAGE; kA See your Standard Oil dealer for the full story,OB hoW :

StJNNYLAND.PICNICS. 29c RPM motor oils can give you thousands of extra. miL

without overhaul!
: PORK CHOPS Ib. -.' S9c stARK 'f Y : !:
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BEEF Ibs. $1.00
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-Banana-Straw.-Lemon-Cocoanut.-.CSoco.' APRIL 5 THRD l .1 14 .,. '. "". t ... -

Frozen Cream Pies each 43c n v -. STANDARD] K.-' G. DUNCAN, AGENT
Get Your Discount Ride Tickets P .OILy STARKE, FLA. .
Cut or Whole Pod

r Baby Okra 8 ozs. .. 19c From Starke} Merchants Nowf ". t i;' ,f. t'H. ;. -"' : ', 7 f,

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Recreation .partment building to house the deeds to the fairground Commission Has. Boy Scouts Set Still DestroyedBy EVERGRfcCNB2ULAH I SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF BOATDRAIN BAPTIST
Board ,the old truck, and to give property should be returned to BAPTIST CBURC& CrtRISTf CHlfSCH
firemen extra store No the state. Finance DriveA
space. AuthoritiesBradford
New Courtroom Sunday School, 10 a. m. f SmLS.ea3Ol.
action was taken on the mat- Mclntire urged that everyona ,; !, Sunday School, 10 a. m.
Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Complains To Interested in the future of the : Sunday-Bible Clwses .. 11
ter. finance campaign for the I 10 Morning Worship, a. m.
[ County Deputy Training Union, 6:30: p. m.
!I fair attend the meeting next But No Business Boy Scouts of America, sponsored -! m.; Assembly Worship with. Training Union, 6:30 p. m. Eve-
Sheriff Russell Bedding Evening Service. 7:30: m.-
reported p.
Monday night. I i' by the Methodist Men's I[ I the Lord's Supper, 11 a. m.;I II ningr Worship, 7:30 p. m.
Starke Council Fair Association I Bradford County Commissioners -.', Club, will be held in Starke the destruction of a Rev. Luther A. McGee, pastor. I Evening Assembly Worship: Prayer Meeting, Wednesday,

and 1,100 gallon capacity moonshine 16:30 m. f:30:
j i! had a newly redeco- : Bradford County on Saturday ,,1 BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH p. p. m.

[Continued from Page 1] I II HeadiVoundsFalalTo\ i\ rated courtroom to sit in Tuesday -'.. April 14. |l' still on Friday, March Rer. R. T. Williams Pistor i i Wednesaay Bible Claa'WI' ,I
I I f:30 in.BAYLESS.
Plans Bond Issue ] but little business of importance -' Buford Mitchell has been I'23. Sunday School 10 a. m. p. -

jfation committee was car- i. to attend to in a named as'the general solicitaj Gilbert'j'' Approximately 800 gallons of Morning Woishlp 11 a. m. GATOR AUTOMATIC
ried, out. j: lack-lustre meeting. Despite tion chairman, with Evening HIGHWAY Service
I worship' 7 p. m. Prayer Transmission
In other action Tuesday : [Continued from Page 1] .,. the dearth of important matters ''I Goldwire and Charles Sawyer;' spent mash was found at the meeting Wednesday 7 p. m CHURCH SCHEDULE j
his assistants. C. C. Johns: still but no arrests were made. Complete Automatic
lght.-the council I I the board remained in : as
accepted the said, since the ends | Sunday School, 10 ,
low bid of the Jerome Johns l'I program 1 j. session until late afternoon. !1 i will handle publicity, and C.| State, federal, and county au-, PINE LEVEL am
July 1, and there is no expectation Pete CrawfordContinued Morning Worship, 11 a. m I Transmission Service
Oil Company at .0877 cents that it will be renewed In one item of business the' E. Hernwall will serve as au- thorities participated in destroying BAPTIST CHURCH I Training Umon, 6 p. m Exchange Units Repairs -
per pound the | Commission passed the neces-1'i I ditor. 1( the still, found east
on city's chlo- by the state. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Evening Service, 7 p. m. Pray- Parts
tine contract for the coming j saiy resolution to obtain borrow The campaign will start of S. R. 227 [the Graham Morning Worship 11 I Work Premises
R. H. :Mclntire, presIdent of [ from Page 1] I a.m. Jr meeting, Wednesday 7 p. All On
year. Jones Chemical Company the fair association, said that pits and drainage easements ,, with a kickoff breakfast for Road] Youth Training Hour, 6:30: : m Choir practice, Wednesday 19 S. E. 2nd Place Gainesville
of Jacksonville had an 1 I if' the full amount of $2JOOO H. Rawls officiating. Burial on SR 100 west to Un- !'| workers at 7 a.m. in the Fel- !; p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m.:I 8 p. m. i PHONE 372-0372

identical bid while the"Tesco !I can, be raised locally and matched followed in the family plot I ion County line which is I).i i I i lowship Hall of the First 7 Woods Fires
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Methodist Church. I
Company of Jacksonville bid : by another $25,000 instate scheduled for resurfacing and
in Santa Fe Cemetery under I
0966 cents per pound and funds it will be sufficientto widening from 20 to 24 feet. :I According' to Bill Shiner Reported Last Week

Jhe Apperson Chemical Company build adequate exhibits build- direction of DeWitt C. Jones The county already has the i.!i general chairman a certain I i i SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS NEEDED

of Jacksonville bid at ings at the new fair grounds. Funeral Home of Starke. necessary right of way for this' amount of the money contrib- I Bradford County has had 99 '

}.10 cents. The association expects to receive project. .i 1 I uted will be retained in Starke :: forest fires and 476 acres ,

: :The council received- bids deeds soon to several Also in connection with SR1: to aid the Scouting program j burned since Jan. 1 this year, ;; 12 TO 15 GIRLS NEEDED TO GO TO WORK

2or a gasoline contract but acres of property from the Judge Cracks | 100, the board heard represen- (, here and the remainder will as compared with 51 fires and'
held them for futher consideration State Farmers Markets and i tatives of the Forest Service'I 1 be sent .to the ,North Florida i 283 acres burned during the I'' AT ONCE AGES 18 TO 40

: before deciding which the Florida Highway Patrol ;, headquarters request an additional -I Council of Boy Scouts of ,; same period in 1961. Seven ) '

one to accept.. The Shell Oil for use as a permanent fair i Down On 1! culvert, making two, in I America for their use in providing fires, with 16 acres burned PLEASE APPLY FOR INTERVIEW

,Company of Starke, owned grounds. The new improvements j.i front of the station when the.j I the necessary profes- j were reported during the past '

by John Torode. was:low bid- will be located on this, improvement work is done. | sional help and programs. i', week. BETWEEN HOURS

der on regular gasoline at property the site where the I 1, The board also discussed Advance:: contributions are Rainfall during the week
; I Drag Strippers obtaining clay for Negro ball: being accepted and should be ; 9:00: TO 12 AND 1:00 TO 4:00
!19.8 cents per gallon while, :I successful 1961 fair was, held. \ ending Monday, as reported by
I parks in Starke and Lawtey,I sent to either, ],,1.1'. Goldwire towers in the
T. ure Oil had the low bid, ,on- Representatives of the Bradford -: I the three fire
.high-test' fuel at 22.79 cents't' County Sheriffs Posse attended [Continued from Page U] and left it up to the road foreman or Mr. Sawyer. 'Checks shouldbe II I county, was: New River, 1.80 BIG DAD MANUFACTURING CO.t
per gallon. the meeting last Fridayand to see if he could obtain made out to the North in.; Louis Hill [Highland, .

r ,Councilman Carl Lamar I were assured that they U. S. 301 north of Starke. He the clay. Also discussed-but, Florida Council, B.S.A. A receipt I', 1.90; Santa Fe, 2.40. I Church & Brownlee Streets

I Johns told the board that the I could use a portion of the fairgrounds weaved between, two cars on eventually abandoned was i will be given to each t
for construction of rodeo the busy four-lane highway. the suggestion to close the I contributor since contributions -
city now has too many fire I ,
facilities.Th The third five' day sentencewas front [south door of the I are deductible.
trucks to fit into the Fire I
Sheriff's Posse members handed to a 16-year-old courthouse and convert the\ Anyone interested in aiding i i II I
garage.; The new
"truck just acquired by the said they would actively assist juvenile: who was caught i I front hallway into a hearing I lin the campaign should con- {I I
in the sale of bonds to finance speeding for the,second time. room for the County Judge. I tact Chairman Shiner for de- I i
I city, he said, is much larger iji
than the older ones and as' a the new fair buildings if it is Judge Yawn had previously Farm Forester Don Champion tails. No one helping with I

.result the old 1927 model La- decided to go ahead with the suspended: his driver's license submitted his report to I the campaign will be asked to I
-- .- issue. the board at this meeting. than five prospective -
I contact more
:France truck is out in the
I .cold. He said if would pay;1 Thomas said there was no I, contributors. I i 20 Words or less, one time __________ .95 Memorials, Resolutions ____h__ 5c per word

the city to keep the. old I doubt in his mind that thebonds Bradford Lodge Legion To Hear !iu not paid in advance ----___________ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 50 words ___...:.. 2.50

I truck since it 'would almost could be sold and sug- Inducts MembersMore !Plans Completed I I :Keyed or Blind Ads __________________ 1.00 Over 50 words ___-__ .. .. ..__, ,_ 5c per word

have to be given away if it gested an intensive two-week For Cancer Drive Each additional word over 20 __________ 05 Display ads in Classified ______ 1.50 per Inch
I ,was sold," and that it is in!drive to raise the $20,000 need than a hundred mem-!Student Orators| i iI I!

good condition. ,i ed. He added that if the community bers and friends of Bradford I the annual -I ; FOR RENT 2 room furnished YOUR OLD WATCH will ARTICLES FOR SALE-Pow-
3 Johns suggested shed be I did not raise its share Lodge No. 35, F. & A. M. turn- I Plans for conducting I apartment and bath. make the down payment on a er mower-$20. Parakeet cage
a I The United States Constitu- I Cancer Crusade in April, Lights and
10- .of the matching funds, he felt ed out to welcome the Duval ii i water furnished. ', beautiful new Bulova at I arid stand almost new $10.
built back of the Fire De- tion will be the topic of two '!were completed at a luncheon $50 mo. Y. L. Kirchaine 514 i Dahmers Discount House. 30-40 white leghorn pullets

------ I County Patrol Degree Team I Bradford High School students j meeting in the Garden Rest-! i Epperson.. tfchg I IIII j tfchg_. I hatched in Oct. laying, $1.35
I headed by Right Worshipful I when they speak to American aurant Thursday at 12:45 p. m.i III ii HAVE OPENING for 1-$90.00' I! WILL DO BABY sitting- or eElt?h. Mrs. Milton Mosher.
Deputy Grand Master Ben Post 56 next Tuesday.One ofthe per week 1 work in Your home or mine. Hampton. Itp
TWO STATIONS i Legion I John A. Torode, president !, man. Age 25 to 67. '
BIIUI/ Collins, last Friday night. of the students, Judy Bradford County Unit, We also have openings for 21 Westmoreland Trailer Park, THERE ARE MORE peoplein
Ivy,, I The Lodge was opened at 6p.m. Schleppi won the Bradford I American Cancer Society said I $65.00 per week ladies. Age I. 3rd..!raile_ .__ltp hospitals today for nervous
TO SERVE'YOU I : 37 to 63. Permanent. Car:I FURNISHED APARTMENT and mental disorders than all
by Worshipful Master Mer- County Speech Contest Feb. 15'
the current goal for the county I
necessary. Write Mr. Neeley1 I othet ailments combined.
: for rent. Inquire at 509 Center -
ritt H. Williams, but recessed and placed second in the Dis- i is $2,000. More complete plans, I 1659 West Peachlree St.. ,N. E. St. tfchgFOR Chiropractic care generally
at 6:15: for supper, when a fish trict Speech Contest, against I I for the drive will be announced I ''I Atlanta 8. Ga. 4tchg 4-26. I prevents the need for hospi-
fry was held, featuring fish; --------- SALE-Lake Front talizatlon. Phone the Bollins-
winners from Alachua and |after
today's meeting.
I i CONCRETE DRIVES all I Lots. Santa Fe and Lake Chiropractic' Clinic for an
caught 'by :! of the Marion Counties, on Febru- I kinds work er
masonary and Lockloosa. Terms. Guy An-
Lodge, and salad prepared by I ary 23. The other, Ronald \ II I home modernizing. Also Sum- I drews.: phone 964-6811. tfchg appointment today, 2tchg 4-5.
Honest John's their'wives. Kimbral, second to Groundbreaking Set Woman mer Special 16' x 16' Patio TWIST and other LP recordsby
i I $180.00 complete. Phone 969- I FREE RENT to lady or small the hundred now for 98c
After supper, the entire group Judy in the county contest. At Beulah Church 2362. 3tchg 4-19 family, for companionship; and $1.49 up. at Dhamer's
returned to the Lodge room,, The American Legion Ora- I --.._- -- -I 4 JZ mi. out on Raiford Road. Discount House. 1 tch2ADULT
-Stella Rhoden. Rt. 2. Box
where Master Williams calledon torical Contest is an annual Groundbreaking ceremonies MRS. AVON CUSTOMER- EDUCATION COURSES
To WomanLet's You have used Avon Cosmet- i, 72. phone 964-3031.
\J ,, : Deputy Grand: Master Col- event in which the students for the new church will be held I i I ics. You know their quality 2tch 1-5. EVENINGS MONDAY

lins to take charge. Deputy speak from 10 to 12 minutesin at Beulah Baptist Church, on I i and guarantee. There is a WANTED Young man to THROUGH THURSHAY. All

WEST SIDE GULF SEWICEOPEK7 \Grand Master Jack McComb a prepared speech on the Highway 21 east of Camp! Talk HousesWe big demand for Avon Service learn grocery business. Must Hluh Courses.School subjects.Conversational Business -
brought the greetings of the Constitution.and a four to six Blanding, after the morning among families near your have high school education. Spanish Mechanical Drawing.
\\i.Grandmaster, Jotost....Worshipful minute.extemporaneous speechon services r at 11 a.m. SundaysDinner home. If you need money, Apoly Manager Winn-Dixie. Testlnsr services. White stud-
l dis
A. M.TO 9 P.1AND \M. : call at once for more informa-
|I Fletcher G. McQueen, who had an amendment or article will be served on the gals all want 1 tion. No obligation. Write Itch >.nte: contact T. H. Gibson,
:1'planned to be present, but was drawn at the contest. grounds at 1 p.m., and there will I pretty much the same thing Mrs. Donna Burns. Box 448. WHILE THEY LAST! 49c a usa Bide. Office. Negro students -,
.detained by important business.At Judges at the ,county contest be special singing during the, in a house. Attractiveness, Gainesville. Give direction to bag. with 1 dozen. 45 RPM rontatt Prof. Eddie
I J records at Dahmer's Discount Tborapkins. RJE Hieh: School
Ik Original HONEST JOHN'SN. this time the J.fasterIa: February 15 were Al Cros- afternoon.The convenience! and reasonable I your ber. home'and phone 2tehg num-4-5 House. Itchg. tfrhtINC"

son's degree was conferred on by, Tom Slade, and Audrey public is cordially :nvit.I payments. I FOR SALE Three bed-' *!*! TAX 'IWRVlCE--
four candidates by the 30member Berger. Speeches were also ed. FREE THEATRE TICKET room house, good location. C. F "TTCUVSONSATV"flAYS'
Duval County'Patrol; Team, given the next day, February I LaRue Corporation'sI with each LP Record from Reasonable down payment.
Temple Avenue COMPUTE LAURA MISSIONARY Homes give us all three. 98c. at Dahmer's Discount Financing arranged. Contact: ANn
assisted by Past Master; JohnC. 16, to an assembly of all BHS I House. ltchg
29 wonderful 2, 3 and 4 Community State Bank. Mon. Fri.: after 5 p. m.
I Tye of Lawtey Lodge. students with Legion Commander BAPTIST CHURCH 1 UMJSUAL, long-haired Dachshund tfchg
bedroom I Tall 4X4-1145
OPEN 24 HOURS QjtJ H! Others present oa this occasion H.. A. [Buddy] Bishopin Rev. D. E. Willis Pastor ,I plan all designs with modern or your own kit. I: puppies: 1 male, $65; 1 FOR SALE BY OWNER 5'1 Pratt S*.
charge.MAYOR'S female, $55. Parents imported '
were several Gran 4-13
Deputy lOcbr
rooms and bath installed
,t Sunday School 9:45: a.m. chens and baths and all carefully ,i from Germany. Registered ,
Both offering that Good uIvIca I Masters, and District Instructor Morning Worship 11 a.m. Eve- planned to make the I AKC and German Kennel swimming wall to wall pool.floor one covering acre on EXPERIENCED WAITRESS
I| P. M. Barefoot.. COURTOnly what Club. Champion blood line. WANTED. Apply in person at
I monthly payments just
ning Worship. 'I I I paved street near school. Will tfchg.
I Garden Restaurant.
Call 964-0195. 1314 Blanding ...
Wednesday.- Prayer Meet- ; you think you can best af consider other property for
seven cases were disposed 1St. Itp
of by Starke 'Mayor ing 7 p.m.Everyone. I I ford. I OCALA NATIONAL i iI 3361.part Lawtey.payment. Phone 4tchg 782-4-19 SMART GIRLS

Randal Chitty in Mayor's is invited to attend The friendly person. I FOREST I FOR SALE-New modem 3 Employment in Jacksonville.

:Westinghouse Refrigerator Court Monday night in a all services. i nel will be happy to help! CAMPSITES I bedroom and bath home on 1 Florida.
[ : 80x100 Who can handle a responsible
light session.: BAPTIST CHURCH you plan interior and exterior 4198 Cash or paved acre. 3-4 road.mile between east of two US mo 301. 'r position. I

Harold G. Burcham driving -, colors and any of the : $20 Down; $9 mo. tels. New River Rd. School Who want an opportunity for
without a license, for- I Sunday School 10 a. mj! extras you might "ish.I Access to Launching bus route. Contact C. B. Bar- I
.... feited bond of $27.50. Preaching, 11.a. .' m. Training:!,I Ramo on Oklawaha River. bour at Barbours Auto Wrecking ADVANCEMENTPermanent

4 < ':t-t < "' .,, _" ,,j-: S Enjoy Push-Button Automatic Ramos Curtis Nohelty, Union 6:30: p. m. Preaching,'! 12ears Payments, run look just :I Box ANGUS 140 Fort HASTINGS McCoy: Fla. Co. Lawtey. 3tp 4-19 I career. .
soOU I
t: '- : public intoxication, forfeited 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting I l' --- 2 ACRES ONE MILE STARKE No experience necessary.
Defrosting In Freezer Section
.+ ,. ... ;, Wednesday 7:30 p. m. :, forward to having your i DOES' NICE Ironing at home. -nice 4 room modern home Full pay while training.
; No More Scraping Frost! i bond Of $27.50.Douglas f home Free and Clear soon. 1 Contact Ruth DeSue. 415 W. $6900. $1,000 down. Strout
Wednesday Bible study,; Utah St. 2tp 4-5 PAID VACATIONBirth
"<<" : Jordan Brantley. : Realtv. St rke. Fla. u.s. 301
:, J : 77 Lbs. Frozen Food Storage failure to have vehicle under I: 7:30 p. m. Jos. E. Norman.!; So, if you are thinking SEPTIC TANK cleaning and S. Phone Waldo 468-1766. Certificate and High,

I !? t +I control and causing an accident -I pastor. ., "new home" do your feed line service. Joe Forsythe, 1, Itchg School Diploma required. >
Extra Storage Space Too With Three i fined $27.50. I self and your family a P. O. Box 184 Lake Butler. COLONIAL FLORIST
: FIRST PRESBYTERIAN j favor, and stop by for a !' Fla. Phone HY 6-4163. Only P. T D. Florist in Starke. APPLYFlorida
7 : j Full Width Refrigerator'Sheh'es
: '
Anthoney Leblo public intoxication '
l CHURCH friendly chat at the display I 4tp 4-26 Flowers wired any place. Flowers State EmploymentService
.. A Half Shelf Plus Porcelain Vegetable five days in jail. ,I { model i EQUITY IN nice home 3 for all occasions locally.
Crisper : Millard Devon Moxley, pub- 390 N. Cherry St. I ISundaySinday iI I BR. l/z bath. Hdw. floors. Phone 964-6291. 506 East 413 8. W. Second Ave

2 lic intoxication, forfeited bond ; School 9:45: Better Built Homes I Large LR and DR combined i Nnna St. tfchg: Gainesville, Florida.

S New Modern\ Design of $27.50. 'a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m.! eat in kit. Double sink GE re- I FOR SALE-4 bedroom home. 1 tchg.
; Worth Leroy Kiser unlaw- "Youth Fellowship 6 p. m. i ByLaRUE frig and stove. Call 964-2194'1 2 baths. large utility room,

ful speed, forfeited bond of Thursday-Choir Practice 8 4tp 4-26 separate dining room.
screened front porch. Lot 2
$27.50. p. m. LOST : Ladies pocketbook.
0 I 1126 West Madison.
Finder keep cash; please return acres. & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
Weston W. Reid, running' Phone 964-1001. tfchg
Friday Junior Choir and { Corp.INSTITUTE I bag and other contents ,
95 red light forfeited bond of Recreation 3:30: p. m. ; by parcel post to: Mabel Un- NICE MAHOGANY finish Mo- 719 Lemon St. Falatk
: : $12.50. derwood. Box 9. Starke. Itp torola record player console Furniture Repaired, Up.

$ :I $100 DISCOUNT on a 3-Chan- like new: $8.55 month at Dah- holstered & RefinishedMAI'rRESSES
CARD OF THANKSWe mer's Discount!: House.
;Money Stolen nel 90 Watt Motorola Stereo REBUILTNew
Console Dahmer's Discount Itchg
would like to our Innersprings
4-' Farmhand express ( House. Itchg FOR RENT 2 bedroom
: ,By I sincere thanks to the many i, LOVELY LAKE FRONT house. 6% miles horth of 3Pd Box Springs

TfflSyEEKONLY :, I friends and neighbors for the HOME with extra large lot. Starke. Hiway 16. Phone 964. I Drop Us A Card or Call
A 44-year-old: farm hand has many acts of kindness and sympathy Reasonable with good terms. 1513. J. W. Gaskins. Starke. PALATKA EA s-,."
,With Operating. Trade been charged with grand larceny -Ii shown during the recent i FOR Strout Realty. Starke. U. S. tfchKfPOR f STARKE 584-5934

.4. '57 :Model Or Later I and bound over to circuit loss of our beloved mother. To' ESSENTIAL HOUSING 301 S. Phone Waldo 468-1766. RENT Furnished apartments. MRS. PEGGY SIIALLEE! ,
i court for stealing $350 from Itchg Reasonable rates. Near
the Sheriff and'officers our i, J Starke, Agent
I his employer. according to I heartfelt thanks for their kind;, 400 W. Madison 964-8641 FOR RENT Furnished apart- J shopping center. Phone 989- i -

%WE ; Bradford Deputy Sheriff Russell -; help in our behalf.-The Coleman -'. ment. Also ,,3 bedroom house, I:St.2011[Shell or call Ofl at Co.213 Qfffce.1 S. Cherry tfchg FOR RENT Kingsley Lake

? NEED USED FREEZERS! If You Have Out- I i John Redding.I.,. McGee was arrested I family. >i- redecorated.' location Close for beauty in. Wonderful parlor -- 'FURNISHED APARTMENTS: Well furnished heated.2 bedroom Available house.to

1 I or business, with living lights and water furnished. June 1. Phone 984-4201 or

3 grown Your Present Freezer Come In And See i! department in Lake City after by he the left sheriff'si with I PALM TREES quarters-W. H. Nollmaa tfchg Inquire 321 W* Madison BuUmzton St.Studio tfch or 'BE 96-974 SURE. to aee WORLD tfchg

the he had taken from
I money : FOR RENT 3 room aH PEYTON FLORIST BOOK before buying any en-.
the home of Arneld Griffis electric eouipted apartment. 119 S. THOMPSON ST. cyclopedia. M. A. Payne,
; Us We :Offer Especially Liberal Trade-in Allow- Ii with whom, he had been living 5 to 10 ,Feet ', $15.00 I To single or Christian couple.tfchg PHONE '".4155 local representative: since! 195f your.
on Griffis Loop south of Phone 969-1545. NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1922 Box 603. Pfe. 964-3794 tfchlf: .
10 15 Feet
to $25.00
I Starke. LOST Ladies handwoven t Wire Flower Anywhere WE DONT

:; ances On Trades For New Westinghouse Chests I McGee took the money and BENT OR. ORNAMENTAL 1. with Norwegian multicolor short band iacket.around white tfchi Sell you 'we help you buy.Good .

i left the area Saturday afternoon cuff and waist line. If found I Income TaxService selection of new and'
about 2:30 and was arrested 10 15 Feet I.clease phone 964-1581. Mrs. used 8' and 10' wide Mo.:
[ : Andliprights! 'I' later that night Red- to - $35.00 I T. T. Long. 2tp 4-12 ,, bile Homes.

? : ding said. He still had $207 All, Prices Include Delivery, and Setting I FOB SALE i iI 964-3031 after 3:30 P.M. LAKE GENEVA

I 1 of the money on him., I Ready. mix concrete. concrete TRAILER PARK
Free F. Rhoden
Estimates all :Sirs C.
I I I on Type Landscaping block triers fence posts. sand 1 mL SE of Keystorie Hts.
Westinghouse/ Quality Costs, No More At cement,mortar miL rock. steel 1126 N. ThompsonALL on Route 100
Unfrock and. roof
ERI oyster shell.
Is gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg
t l Bradford Enrinetrinr Co. 'WAY. SAWS FILED. CALVIN GOODU Ranges and refrigerators -

I, NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY I fE p 'I., F. 00 FOR RENT 3 room furnished JOHNS phone 834-1441. at prices you can,
R. MERRITT RICHARD JONES apartment large screened af!!>rd. North Florida Suv ly.
tfchg 412 E.
Call St.
I LakerBsUer 1 "*** *- Macelenny porch private bath and en- .
:..,..; : : IUCttIe &WIICI1OIIIQATS trance. Reasonable rates. FOR SALE it"'Rmr":2"m 4
412 E.' CALL 'ST.- PHONE 964-2113 _---- I Phone I -Desirable lots 1" u:1"
I 6-4267 Phone AL 9-7641
Adults Only. Phone 964-7692. close in. Terms. Floyd Green. furnished apartment. Phone,
-FI i tfchg phone 959-2942. Itp t"- 9I. tlc1ig


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'VY WYYYYYYTTTTYYYY..' turn to classes for the "home make suggestions, or send along with several mothers. PYY 1 .YY.Y YyY. .... Mrs. Cindy Daniels in Jack and three boys came into the office of the Clerk of the Circuit FORD.'COUNTY TELEGRAPH

stretch" with only a little I them by someone else if un- Cookies and punch were sonville Sunday. church on profession of faith. day Court of April on or 1962 before; otherwise the 25 1968.Dated. this.. 20 day of MarcH:

HAMPTONBy more than a month before II'' able to be present at the meet- served while Mrs. Lyons opened LAWTEYBy% Visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. C. We are also proud of our the allegations of said Complaint (SEAL)

school finishes for the year ing. Meanwhile-think up a her gifts. By coincidenceher Hilliard during the week were Training Union attendance will be taken as confessedby CHARLES A. DARBY.

at the end of May. project you'd like! birthday was also last By foa Blanchard. : Mrs. Hilliard's sisters, Mrs. for Sunday night Thirty- This ycu.notice shall be published Clerk By; Mari&n of the L.Circuit Crosby Court,
Mrs. D. E. Hill Home Project Group Guest SpeakersAt week, March 31 makingit Raymond Suber, and Mrs. seven were present and we once each week for four Deputy Clerk
consecutive weeks in the BRAD I 3-M 4-11
Ift f&i AAAAAAAf 4&A&&A 1 I To ,Meet Here Apr. 13 Christian Church a double celebration in AAAAAAAAAAAA.fr. AAAAAAAJ_ Louie Frigo and a friend have just 30 enrolled. If we

School News Has a bit of spring fever Students from Atlanta a striped cloth had long Important PTA MeeUnr. Mrs. Sheppard, and daughterof can make a few more leaps

maybe made you want to Christian College were guestsat stemmed roses flanking the Set For April 10' ', Jacksonville. like the last two we will havea

.iColsle Rigdon began work change your way of living? Hampton Christian Church punch bowl Ways in which the ''local On Tuesday Bishop Henley Training Union to be proud Thrifty Home Improvements

Monday as janitor at Hampton Well just a little anyhow? last Sunday while the pastor, Baptist Church Homecoming PTA and Mrs. Henley and Rev. J. E.
can .help the youth of
Elementary School replacing For -a "do-it-yourself" cure Rev. Carl Clarke, visited his Rev. Wilbur Hall, formerlyof the community will tie discussed McKinley' District Superintendent of.We had 61 in Sunday Start Here .

James McKinney. who resigned for this type of restlessness, family in Kentucky. Hampton and a member of at a meeting ofthe and Mrs. McKinley calledon School last Sunday morning
as of March 31. 'Miss Dorothy Ross county Speaking for the morningand the church here, spoke at Lawtey School PTA- at 7 30 Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Fox in spite of the rain. We had
J. C. Hobbs. school principal home demonstration agent evening services were Homecoming services at at the Methodist parsonage. three
pjn. Tuesday, April 10, in the members, and
was absent Monday and prescribes organizing a Hamp- Tommy Plank and Charles Al- Hampton Baptist Church Sun- school cafeteria. Mrs. V. R. Reddish spent several there were 48 one hundredper I

substituting for him was L. H. ton group for working on lengood. A girls' trio presented day morning April 1. He is According to the PTA.man- days recently with her son cent members. The Adult II

Fu\ h. Mr. Hobbs attended a some kind of homemaking special music for both serv- now pastor at DeLeon uel. "The local PTA is a self- and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Men claimed the banner I

funeral. in Tallahassee. projectA meeting at Hamp- I. ices. Springs. In addition to Rev.. governing unit that plans its Mrs. Roy Reddish, in Webster. again.

On Tuesday students at ton town hall on Friday, April Piano Students SurpriseMrs. and Mrs. Hall and family, out-. programs and activities c Ito

Hampton Elementary School 13, at:3: p.m. will be open for Lyons With Party of-town guests at services Sun- meet the needs of children, ..Y.Y..y.y.y,

were shown a film "The Wonderful suggestions from anyone in- Mrs. Leonard Lyons was day included Mrs. Jessie Rob and youth of the community. NOTICE TO DEFEND

World." Film strips terested. honored with a surprise party inson of Deland a former The policy of the ClAY HILLBy In Circuit Court Bradford
County Florida IB
teaching mathematics have The. 'groUP will not neces- last Tuesday evening at Hamp- residentRev. Chancery.
Congress of PTA's Is first to JOSEPH A. TROTTER. Plaintiff AND OUT-DOOR FIXUP.
also been used at the school ton Baptist Church as she S. S. Cuthbert chap-
sarily be a home demonstration -
study the child and }iis_needs! Hn. J: L. StrieUaad vs.
during the past few weeks in club Miss Ross said depending completed the day's sessionof lain at Sunland Training, Cen- the responsibility of parents, MARION T. TROTTER, A. B. C. Finance
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connection with the regular on what the major- piano lessons. ter, was guest speaker at the influence of community Defendent

math classes. ity would like to do. A special The occasion marked the prayer meeting Wednesday of life, and the program and We learned last week that Notice To: Marion to Appear T. I
On Thursday morning April project, such as upholstering third anniversary 06 Mrs. Ly- last week while the pastor aims of the schools; and second Fred Lang is a Great Grandpa. residence' and address Is: 439 I

12;,the Bradford High School & slipcovers flower arrang- ons' piano work here. Each Rev. W. P. McElroy, was awayin to encourage and contribute BuddyParrish is a proud First York. Street Brooklyn 15, New Phone 964-5291(

Chorus under the direction of ing, furniture refinishing, or week Mrs. Lyons who lives revival. 'what is needed to promote papa these days. Fred says You are: hereby notified thata Complete Line of Hardware

Miss Frances Poe will present cake decorating could be selected at Park-of-the-Palms near PersonalsMrs. the welfare of the children. .. that he (Fred] is getting old. suit for divorce has been tiled
against in
you the above named
& program here for the school. and the group organized Keystone Heights gives les- Wesley Griffin returned and youth. A PTA may.cooperate ." but we don't think this is such Court and cause and you are.

School will be closed one for a short period for this sons for several hours at the home Sunday after an with another agency or a sure sign of old age-at required to serve a copy of ;your I Bradford Building Supply
answer or pleading to the
day,Friday, April 20, for the particular project. Hampton church. At present operation Tuesday of last organization if it will promote- least we'won't admit it. having plaint on the Plaintiff's Attorneys com- I

traditional Easter weekend {I Anyone interested is urgedto she has 12 pupils all of whom week at Bradford County Hos- one or more of the PTA 'ob-: been a great grandma for 216 American Smith, Axtell National& Howell Bank i I 301 E. Call Street ,

holiday. Students then re- attend the meeting and were present Tuesday night pital.Mrs. jects. Cooperation does .hOt several years! The best way- Building Jacksonville 1, Flori- ,
Leland Bedenbaughwas include financing this other to stay young is to forget your da and file the original in the ,'

taken to University Medi- organization but it may pad a'ge and do all you can for I ,. ..
cal Center in Gainesville for the fee for adult training and others but especially work for

treatment on Thursday last lor] the registration fee"when the Lord in every way you can. ,

week. Olen Bedenbaugh and aid of this type is essential.to Ernest Shaffer and little I Lrn q4i $ -rIo : '
son of Deland drove up Sat-
the formation or continuationof daughter and his mother, Or- .
urday to see his mother in the a youth group. The PTA lene, all of Jacksonville were ,, '

hospital.Mrs. should encourage the formation visiting at Clay Hill last Sat ONE OF AMERICA'S MOST HIGHLY RESPECTED PRODUCERS '' ..
i .
ATLAS1' : Mary Williams spent of youth groups help,!. urday. OF CUSTOM TAILORED CLOTHES .FOR MEN'V: ',
Tuesday at the postoffice in cure competent adult Leadership Lillian Prevatt and children, : ;
Satsuma and In
Wednesday for them, and cooperatewith were visiting Lillian sister I
Mayport, working with new IN OUR STORE. .
them in promoting Gloria at Middleburg last I .
postmasters there as part of acter development and 'good Sunday.
1h the P.O. department's orien- 13th
citizenship. Irene Padgett went to Jack- April
tation program for new post- All adults sonville to l
Lawtey are urgently Sunday spend a
masters.Mr. requested to attend the few days with her granddaughter -

and Mrs. Martin Mosher meeting on April 10 for this Betty Padgett, and ) Louis Mathewis .

left Friday for Port Jarvis discussion.At family I .
I N. Y. where they were called Brotherhood' -
fR R itA tq i ii the Churches The WMU and :
>r i by the illness of Mrs. Mosh-
First Baptist Sunday will meet Thursday night, NOTED STYLE AUTHORITY FROM THE HOUSE WILLBE HERE

er's sister. I' School 10 a.m. Morning WorshIp April 8, at Highland Church. TO GIVE YOU PROFESSIONAL ADVICE : ... -
Wayne Rhoden, young son 11 ajn. BTU, 7 p.m. There will be a guest speaker 'j "'* -
Rhod-: Evening Service 8 p.m. Prayer from another church to speak

I.en; has returned home- after I Meeting each Wednesday, to the men. TO INSURE THE BEST FITTING. BEST LOOKING CLOTHES. ..
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beingconfined to Bradford
8 The Associational WMU will .
p.m. YOU'VE EVER WORN. ''.;, :. .
,, with _:. :
rI County Hospital pneu- )
n i yJa' Grace Methodist Church meet at Highland Church on ,
isoxi: 14 BLACK TUBELESS. monia last week. School 9:45 17. welcome.We :::
: a.m. Morning 1 April Everyone .
Mrs. Minnie. Lee Silcox ,of Worship, 11 a.m. Evening I were too sick to attend 311 North L Phone

Heilbronn is spending a few Service 7:30 p.m. MYF each I the revival at Highland :

a'l'q 9' days ;in Hampton with her Wednesday, 7 p.m. Church last week, but learned I Temple Ave. 964.0401Presenting ,
: brother-in-law and
; sister Mr.
A large number from Law there were rededications
and Mrs. Joe.Forsyth.Mrs. -
tey enjoyed revival services at
..y. ii. Ry i \ T. .Simmons. returned Highland Baptist Church last I .

85 ton her home in Chase City, .. .. .

c Va. last week, after several week.Mr.. and Mrs. Charles Tay- ; .. ..

.t 7 {Ss Sl 74e eeks'stay here with her son lor of Palatka were visiting ..' > tho-earij': : : j'' .j L.
and daughter-in-law., Mr. and : !.
: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tye And .... ., .. .
tit -i ; Mr& R. O. Simmons. ,.; t. -, "J.\; i.... ,
.' John family Sunday. :' ro r the lively life. ',>*"t.-/%t\.,<; .
'PLUS' TAl AND .: Haney is recuperating Visiting the W. P. Moore : '' .:-/ A %j ;r'
at;;home after a. stay in Brad- .' .f. 1 !'- {(, I ;c,:; ; .
family during the week were : ..,: 3 Mmlively. Ones, ,.. ... .... ,
i YOUR. OLD-liRE fpr County Hospital last week Mrs. Moore's brother' J. B: '." '\.'. .: ..,."'..,.,-J.. '
"l R -: :; J.
C with pneumonia. -
J t ; ..1 Boyer and' MHL 'Boyer of : frow fopo! ". .' ,,,: :..
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Mr. Mrs. Joe ,
and Forsyth :
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Tampa last ,rlday/'apd her ... '. ;+ '.. .. .
-r and Mrs. Ina Knight and v O' .
son'Visited sister Mrs. Cecil Wade, and _. '. .:. ...tf ': :'
the Truby Greens in Miss Cherrf '''Sh PP rd' 'of L wr ..,... '. "., '. -
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Raiford I.
Sunday afternoon. Tampa on Monday.: : ; .
Mrs. Pearle Whitnell and : I '.
In The Comntr JndgVa Chart -, .; I ii; U t.,
Im And Per Bradford County, daughter of DeLand spent the I:1
Florida. IB Probate.' weekend with Mr. and Mrs.: -- -
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8$ FLOSSIE V. HYATT, Deceased. Q. W. Roberts. Mrs. Whit 1

Bm NOTICE ALL CREDITORS TO CREDITORSTO AND ALL nell is Mrs. Roberts' sister. / T .... '. '

'IUS DEMANDS AGAINST and Wendel were in Gaines-
AID lJJ You and each of you, we ville Sunday afternoon visit- .
101// hereby notified and required to ing Mr. Kelly's brother, Eus- *9Wi MG K'b'W'y..y.y ..., 4f,9y,
present claims and demand
DID hllON which )any you or either of you. tace Kelly, of Silver Lake whois Qata.\J roQOOl ,._ .
LOW PRICES I may have against the Estate of under treatment in Alachua ste* C
FLOSSIE V. HYATT. Deceased, Start this one and you really -
late of Bradford County Florida General HospitalMrs. something. Available with Thunderbird -
I i iv to Honorable Theron A. Ed Carter of Jackson V-8 power up to 406 hp (coupledto
ALL Yawn, County Court House In
Starke. Bradford Counuty, Florida ville visited Mrs. V. R. Reddish a speed stick shift),the XL outper- .'
within six (6) months from Friday. forms America's most expensive cars. '
"'- the date of the first publication y
ii Standard include all-new
) of this notice. Jack Wainwright of Way- -
Each claim or demand must bucket seats with a Thunderbird-style
be In writing: and must state the cross, Ga. spent Friday to console In between. The XL needs .
place of residence and post-of Sunday with his parents Mr.
STANDARD fice address of the claimant and I service onry twice a 'year, or every + ?
must be sworn to by the claim- : and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright, 6.000 miles. Hardtop or convertible. ;
ant, hia agent, or his attorney, and other relatives. Definitely not for pedestrian tastes I
i or it will become void ACcord- .
ing to law. Mr. and Mrs. George Pates
Each creditor shall deliver a accompanied his parents, who
e i copy of his claim to enable the
: County Judge to mall one to have spent the winter with
.- the personal representative. them to their home in
Dated March IS. 198!. _
FIRST BANK & TRUST COMPANY Churchill Tenn. They also 1 A S

AS Administrator of the Estate ,
James Bridwell. in y
of Flossie V. Hyatt Deceased. Kingsport
( Service Station Service Station Service Station By: Rex W. Mlkon, Tenn. and returned the' first
S-1S 4t 1-' I, of the week.
Those visiting Mr. and Mrs

Florida Pest Control offers you the benefit of H.weekend C. Wainwright were Mr.during and Mrs.the

John Starling and daughte

of Eaton Park Mr. and Mrs. f fetoon Sports t fiftura! y

I Topnotch Jesse Starling of Bartow and Here a hot new Dumber! front\ the < M.y'i

Ingredients in Purina Glows Mr. and Mrs. Jim Starling of- compact leader.The tempo stafts fast v' -

Macclenny.Mrs. wfth foam-padded bucket seats and a '

\\r--- Effie Miner visited Mr. handy console ta between hits a "
new high note with a stytfeh new
and Mrs. Bill Reid and children
PuriDa.bn.--eeasmgefForts thundarbkd roof(vinyl-covered if you

1 to bring you the finest ingredients in Jacksonville Sunday want H) then coos into the lively t; Iengine.

ti::1available in Purina Chows, has a afternoon.Mr. melody of an optional 170 Special Six

network of ingredient buyers and and Mrs. J. E. Warren Economy with a flair Is the .

suppliers afl over the world ,. spent Saturday with their son- Sport Futura idea ifs priced -. .. -
in-law and daughter. Mr. and below many standard compacts.

Purina' Bayer* etratepcaBy lo- I Mrs. V. H. Appleby of Jacksonville -

cased at the m.'t jot grain exchangescm4 i Beach. '

_iit1 a* rim MUs across the _' I I Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Starling ..feI 1N r.oupe !
cooBtr: often talk b1g distance \.
f i
Mr.and Mrs. J.W.Wilki- "
Dont SIt with this one unless'you
tfife Japan, Iceland, Norway and ,,
South afl son. Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Thomp-, -meanit K has foam-padded bucket
America -
m a daTa boajneas.' TRjey
are on ; son Mrs. Troy Bennett, and. seats with a console in between. -
job all the time, hooting far the beet sxarces of '
e. I Mrs. _A. C. Pearce were guests: and M e0-newoptional"260"Chalien .
fcighry essential growth and Leaftfi fegredienfai I ; s -
80 V-8 that packs 164 hp. Fail-lane's
I at a family dinner at the per
vital for today'sbred CQlty aDd Bvestock. home of Mrs. Sebe Harris in ,toon ride and performance are>big- tttarla

Whether you get 21 or 28 dozen egs from a bag of Starke Sunday. The dinner' ;i every way, but this new fine t '
less tea eoapacta.
feed; whether your calves develop into healthy, high- was in honor of Mr. and Mrs... many r

producing milkers; or whether your hogs put on a S. H. Thompson of Lake But- 'i-I .@ T V- _
,poun4 of pork with 3 instead ler who were visiting ''Mrs.
4 pounds of feed TUB, LTVfiLV ON is: AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S-TH: E LJVHUlS 1 .;..If"Told
can be directly traced back to the sources and the Harris. These included all of .:LfC.. .
quality of the ingredients used in their feed. Mr. 'l110U2 son's children except : .

Florida Pest Co. I & CbeecaJ Co his son. Marvin, of Jacksonville .
Tftit'i w'-t'! v,'* sHUi, the Purina line of Chows-to no. e who is In poor health
offer you Ill' V ';, ,tit of t:(ipnofr'n ingrc.lienis.; Mr. and Mrs.'Warren Boats TERWILLEGARMOTORS
539 E. CALL ST. PHONE 954-3965; STARKE, FLA.
right and daughter, and Mrs;

. . I C. R. Creyj and daughtervisited ,JOG West Madison Street Statue,.'Florida
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Ivan Watnen, assisted by Billy i YYYTTYTTTTTYYTTTT YTTYf After the supper, the Board Gornto Sunday afternoon.We I'
r wyyyyyy.1yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy4KEYSTON Carnes.There. I ::ii- of Members met. They are i. I I
1 are pleased to see that
for' MELROSEBy contracting to buy a Baldwin
will be a matinee ,
Mrs. Grout is well enough to
I the1 scfi&ol children on Friday, i_ ._. .. orgfcn. The Women of the Ann ments
HIGHLIGHTS! be out of doors again, after ,,
aftrnoOL Episcopal Church held their '
& Sirs. Alice Rothhammer being on the sick list for several I
; l& .. monthly meeting Thursday '
Tickets will be $1 for adults. ; I days.
% Mary K. Schaeffer, : IAAA&AAAAAAAAAAAA AAAA at-the church.
75c> for chiktrerf. i i iI Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCall FOR D SSIOS

LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA13&ALAIIAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAEastern ......... .... .. ,' ,_' ... .. The Junior Class is gratefulto '1fr:"and Mrs. Buddy Kelley I The intermediate boys Sun- of Jacksonville visited Mr. DIST.' j, COUNTY
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p < .1 ? :
Sreys' the social hour'were Mr. and the Community Church for -t arid children: of Jacksonville day School Class of the Baptist -, and Mrs'H. B. Sike*.last Saturday I : i

Keystohe Helglfts Chapter f: Mrs. k"C.: Ciawt' f the use of the educational : A: spent the'!weekend 'with Mrs: Church held a party and ., : i; I wish to my can-
building. The play was originally i Kelley's- sister and brother-in- went hunting FrIday, night. ':, didacy foi, Commissioner -
Order; of Eastern Star 279. at Dates to remember: April B. J. Alderman is still able : .
their March 20 regular! meet 9-13. orand Chapter State of 'scheduled for the Wom" ,;' law,'!Mr. arid-Mrs. Jack'Miller A nurimale sale.will be held to :get- around, after a painful District ; Clay County.I

ing elected Wi Eftfier Stringer ilorida an's Club. but things have # _. : 2 and l t mny. Their sons, Mike all day ; Jacksonville Coliseum; :
happened since' then! .) rttAI; ., and Jack. remained until HOuse :! in for 35
to affiliation with the I cows earlier in the week.
April 3 Triend's Night June
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'4 Chapter from the Jacksonville? :&! ; School 6f Instruction. Sock Hop Fun'For All ) _iII t. -' Wednesday.Mrs. Winners of the Duplicate Mr. and Mrs. T. J. 'Barton : years.
On Saturday evening.. March MS 'I, Helen Brown who has Bridge' Clufr of the Methodist -
OES, and her husbanCIrA; cr. include the following and family have returned to I am a
tringer, to rec 1ve"the de- cards'of cheer'were sent toTothi'1nieywho 31, the Future Homemaker ; been visiting her'sister and : First place; Mrs PaleyBoyd their home in Olustee..-after,. < Mason, and

*ees of the Order by initiation was a patient of America', Keystone Chapter I I brother-in-law Gen. and Mrs: and Mrs. 'Arnold Larsen; spending the past three Eastern ..' ,
sit the Lak City V. A. Hospital sponsored 'a Sock Hop'for the : t 1 r4I R. P. Hollis, has1 returned to I I interested in
on April 17. Mr. and1Irs. 4 I Second place Mrs. H. W. Da- months in Grandin. i I I Iam
; ., and congratulations to teen-agers of the area. There i ;; : _ her home in Georgefdwn, Ky. welfare of
Stringer now live 6n Lit- ? :, vie and Mrs Marie Dent. 'I Among those still on the: the growth
Mr. and 'Mrg. Elmer South- I !* .
was quite a largg crOwd' '-I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Harpe'of
tie Keystone Lake since he / School NewsCrTeerleSders I : the county.
B. J.
sick list are Mrs.
has well on their 48th wedding an- Hand and socks of all colors I Jacksonville visited Mr.: and .' -I sincerelyask
for the com : Mrs. Weldon Brantley,
niversary. Mrs. Southwelland kinds and size! were the order 4J Mrs. J: L. Harp last vreekend.Mrs' man for support
Visiting Star members. who daughter Barbara are'chapter ing year were elected Monday Mrs. Callie Rye. Mrs. H. H. -
I' L. of the evening. Special feature -I ; E. M.'Robinson has returned on May 8;
yere introduced were all out- members.. : : afternoon by the faculty.[ Gornto, Mrs. Edward Hutson, and vote
the' twist contest. !
was home after attending
of-staters. They were Rev. I Those'chosen were Reda Tiller and Jimmy Rye. 1962.
fistrdlits Club NewsA S
I vron by Jo Wildfr and Wilson I I& the funeral of her mother,. I TREW
nd Mrs. William W. ,Worst- Marian Fr drikssor Virginia -s?' .
special meeting of the Tyre. Two other couples assem1flnaiiss Mrs. Amanda Jane Rudder. CPO J. C.: Weeks of Key
all and Mrs. Joanne Worstall. Estrellita Club was held at the were Janie Mc-: I Ford, Margaret Slade, Marian WeSt was a weekend guest of
7 87, who died March 27 in
from the Muskegan Chapter home of Mrs. Irene Williams, Murtry and Bob Jackson andRa I i Stevenson Ala. Basa, Sue Dull, and Martha his wife'and children, who are ; :\ "

of ,Zanesville. Ohio. Rev. {,president, on Santa Fe Lakeon Hall and Jimmy Fox. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Douglasof Scott. The alternate cheer- making their home in Grandin i ,CO DIST.I 4

yforstall is the new rector at MaVdh 26 M fie pflrposftj 'Contest judges were Coach I Lake Butler and Mr. and leader will be Glenda Nobles. ; also his mother, Mrs. T. R. I
St. Anne's Episcopal Church. l planning' for-tw@ dinners': The new cheerleaders and' I J. MURRHEE
< drift Mrs. Mike Burdges, and I----- Mrs. Hayward Douglas of i Gornto.B. ,
They are living in the Albert : their sponsor, Mrs. Elnora Mc.I Commissioner
the work- *
The Estrellitas are Jimmie your
Mrs. and
Mrs. George J.
Jacksonville 'visited Mr. and
:IJachmann house on KeystoneLake. wheel of Eastern Star Principals In Comic OperaMrs. i I I Guire. held a bake sale at the S District '4 ( Lake. Me-
Mabel Hills club sponsor was Mrs. R. M. Cason Sunday. I Rye attended a
Also Mr. and Mrs. Hubert -: Women. Mrs. Williams and I I I post office Saturday raise >: .Rae and Keystone
well. Kissimmee on
Mayhew and daughter lier capable! commItte ebnsfeting1 the Indians chaperone Clean Up as Robert Ilendry (left) and Floyd Baker sang the lead Evans Spires and sonsof money to sponsor their,trip to Tuesday of at last week. i I Heights) (- ".

Rita from the Lapeer. Michigan -. of Mrs. Marie Crosby ing roles In a repeat performance of "The Telephone:' a comic Tallahassee visited his par- the Cheerleader's Clinic, in Your and vote for
Members of the Keystone e"nts5; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mrs. R. L. Smith of Jacksonville j
Chapter. Mrs. Mayhew and Mrs. Elizabeth Himble, Indians boys' baseball team opera:, at the Community (Church Family Night supper meeting Spires, for the weekend.Mr. Tallahassee' this, summer. ; a sister of Mrs. Callie!|'!me will continued administration progressive -
is the sister-in-law of Mrs. The Beta Club met last
for the regional Democratic: held a car-wash on Saturday. on March 28. \In. George Canova (center), organist and and Mrs1.J.. 'L. Turner Rye, underwent brain surgeryat GovI

'Esther Hall Past District political rally will serve a March 31. oft Lawrence Blvd.,r.I r.choir director for the church, accompanied the singers.ing are the-parents a baby girl, !! week and elected officers for St. Vincent's Hospital in of County
Grand Instructress for' this fried chicken dinner on April the coming'year as follows: I ernment.
I and due to 'their industriousness born March 31 in Alachua Jacksonville last Monday.
district Mrs! pall, now''an 7, at 5 p.m., at the beach. I they wkshAl over 60 plans for this affair for meeting of the Nearly-New General Hospital in Gaines- Margaret Siade, President; Ellen The WMU of Paran Churcn I will your vote

honorary meniber) of',Chapter The public is invited. Dona- cars. AC |J 't,& Ar that isn't early in May. I Shop Committee. Since some ville. Scdtt. Vice President; Mar- sponsored a Youth Fellowshipi .and support May 8:
279, was instt'uD(enb1I'Jiikdettmg -, The Lions also authorized ian Bass, Secretary; and Virginia J. :Murrhee
tions per plate, $1.25. bad! The"boys'' Will use their j women are members of all Mr. and Mrs. Tom Spurlock i night last Friday.ifNSURANCE" "
this chaptel? throuxhrifs On April 21, at 7 p.m., the earning 'folitiy liats for the $10 for the County SpellingBee I i I three organizations: the Altar left Tuesday for Athens, Ohio j Ford, Treasurer. The I'Ito 1
first year of organization. Mrs. will dinner to to be used for prizes in club members also made plans "
Estrellitas serve and a catcher's mitt. Guild, the Episcopal ,
team ii after spending the winter in
Jane Dors Keystone Heights the Gainesville Shrine ClubO They still need to buy socks, the local elimination. They Churchwomen and the Near- attend the Stat Bet a;Club vpLmcAL N pNC f T'
visited the chapter as a member ,,}\ will be holding their also voted to pay $27 mem- 'i ly-New Cammittee it : Convention to be held May 1. -
htiwever and will probably was a Mr. and Mrs. Ed King and Commissioner No.4}
of Bergenfield, N. J. Chapter meeting in the Masonic Tem find another way to earn mon- bership to the Florida Foundation -: busy morning*full of meetings.St. children have moved to Harts- 4 and 5 at the George.Wash- Clay County I i : | "f N ii ,

and Mrs. Lijcretia.Albrechtpf ple. This will be for Shrine ey for them. The Indians for the Blind. I Ann 's. Vestry held its mgon Hotel in' Jacksonville. I .u' S

Jacksonville, a former Club members only. wish to thank Mr. Wigginsand Court of Honor regular monthly meeting at 8p.m. yule Mr., :S.and C:Mrs. E. I. VanNetta Plans} were also completed for To the voters of Clay County:

member of our Estrellita Club. "Her Kisslh' Cousin" the Fire Department for On Thursday, March 29, : Wednesday. an initiation tea to be held particularlyyour
have returned homtf- after a for support
: An expression of thanks was! Due This Week the use of all the water. I Boy Scout Troop 105 of Key- I St. William's News, Florida East after school on April 5New In asking your Four;
: trip alohg1 the tComntissioner
extended to Mrs. Anna James Friday, April 6, the Juniorsat Indians Win Game stone Heights attended their j I St. William's Is operating on members to Beta will be initiated vote for County in big, in. t

for her gift of the beautiful Keystone Heights HignSchool The Keystone Indians beat 'second Court of Honor in: their "business.; as usual" Coast. into the newly orga- I do so on- the basis of my efficient .
P. Simmons
Chinese Oriental Rug in the will presenttheir class St. Johns Country Day School Gainesville. Awards were presented schedule now that 'the excite- are Mr.visiting'and friends and relatives nized Junior Beta Club, a' diistry, wIth its probtems"of ': '

Chapter Reception Room. play1 "Her Kissin' Cousin." at 4-3 at the school field in Key- as follows: First Class: I ment of Confirmation is over. in North drid South Car- club for Honor Students from operation. YOUR COUNTY'

At -this meeting. officers 8 pjri. in" the 'educ tional stone on Friday March 30. Jim' Davie, Timmy Hickman,:.Catechism Classes are held on olina. grades" through 9. j 19 Bltf BUSINESS 'AND SHOULD '

members,' and visitors were all building of the Community Marshall :Pardee was the Marshall Beam, and .John I. '''Monday afternoons at 3:30: Bunyan Kelley spent Thurs- AS SUCH. S 5' (

greatly concerned over the Church. pitcher and- did a good job. Reid, Jr. Second Class: Barry p.m. for grades 1-6; Teen- day in Gainesville.Mr. 'Vyyy'yyyyvyyyVyYvVV'CRANDIN I have been making a close the laws,

oisastrous: fire that had a few Class sponsor Mrs. Fay Jimmy McMurtry was the Wyman Jr., and Frankie 'agers Instructions' are at 7 and1 Mrs C. A. Ford and and t practices of Commission *
polici gener
days before leveled the name Alexander and her assistants catcher. Ivan Watnen got Tolford. ponr. on Monday; Lenten Services daughters spent Sunday with i need 'services -
'Sfll 4nrf cast hove been hard at Merit Badges: John Reid, : in relation to' the
of Earl and Dell Haynor. three base hits and two RBI's. at 7:30: Monday evenings,
; arid John1
Mr Simmons*
had just been Installed Ui work...every, afternoon: !terei1oolthl _,hBucky-Bunce-got-a.:frijHe .*nda 'Jr.- Reading; John Reid, Jr., and Adul Iwstructions..at. 8 Mrs.' to meet the expanded needs Open'V growing

February as the Star Point of eYe on' weekend -i double with three? turns'it Dog tar!!; Thomas Bird, Mark- I,p.m. Tuesday morning Mass ,and Mrs.family1 Ralph in Orhtndov Mathews and By Mm. Rebecca. Brantley&LkAlIAkIIAIAAkAAAAAAI county. As your' County would,con

Esther. Both Dell and Earl !. Mrs. George' LaR J has I bat while Gary Cooper and manship; Thomas Bird, Home at 7:45 a-m.: sister Mr!. Daniel Stafford of 1 tinue to familiarize myself with ms' of

have felt the great impact of been oh hand to" mate ValU-1 r Marshall Pardee each got two !Repairs; John Allen, Home !I Altar boys schedule for this Bethany, Okla, spent Saturday -I, 1\11"S.!J ,-lihod'a Perry.J"l' 6f Melrose the county, and do all in my power: the; tax

friendship.The able suggestions based'on singles and two RBI's.: Repairs: George Allen, Home! month ,is as follows: George in Jacksonville with a I was calling on friends in line insofar as possible. Through 'administration -

host and hostess for experienc on the. legitimate- Mrs. Murrb.ee Entertains Repairs; Richard Mooneyham, Allen and:Lee Sutton on Sun- sister, Mrs. BiB Seaward. Grandin and Florahome Wed- I would strive to a1 dollar ,
stage. i Club Members Swimming; and Richard 1 .
day, .
Garden April David Schaeffer
INSUUANCEAutoFire.Caua1ty ; :Mrs. T. A. Blrt--;- who has nesday of last week. value for a dollar spent. : '
Members of the cast in- I The Garden Club of the Mooneyham, Life Saving. and Herbert Nelson Jr., .on
clude" Mary Ann 'Schaeffer, as met Thursday att T he boys were accompanied 8 beenin the'hospital, is recuperating Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gornto Your support and your vote on 8th will be
Lakes on I I April ; Jimmy Fox and John at the: home of herdauhtet' ., .. ,. ,
of clarMsvlh1E'visited
children : v
Bonds and Allied Lines, Lucy; Lee, 'Her 'Kissin' Cousin; rnoon, March 29, at the by Scoutmaster Barry Wy- Allen, on, April 15; David and son-in-law Mr. and greatly appreciated.
5Ge6rge' 'Leath, as Randolph; home pf MVs. O. J. Murrhee man, and by their parents. Schaeffer and Herbert Nelson Mr. and Mrs. D. S i >
Reynolds Insurance ; and Mrs. J. C. Fredricksonat
Nancy Sutton. a's Jenny i Alec Mrst 'Lee Dee Dee Hardenbergh Sincerely,
I with Bill and Mrs. Jr., on April 22; and Jimmy 5014 Blackburn Road, Jack- NOTICE: The Telegraph Is' .* rD. ,
AgencyW. Livingston, as Tom: ,Margue- Richard Murrhee as" co-host- tntertains Friends Fox and John Allen 'on |I i

L. ReynoldsPh. 'rita''Float, as Jodie'; Bob Jackson esses. Fourteen: members! and IOn Sunday April 1, Dee April. 29.Altar sonville. now on sale at Chiappini'sGulf :. Anthony" N :.r I
is for
Mrs. Dorothy Englekee Station in Melrose ,
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2442 : 2701 as Bruce: Barbara Drake, two guests we"re present. Otis Dee Hardenbergh, daughter of boys for Tuesday 5
home after spending a week I convenience of readers in
Keystone Heights Fla. .as',Milly, ; Sand Chuck p. tdee., guest, Mrs.:Jeanie Carswell of Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Harden- Masses will be Lee Sutton! in" Alachua General Hospital.Mr. the the Melr e-Grandin area. ..- (?d. Pol. Adv.)

P- A Harry. Green Cove Springs sister of bergh, celebrated her 16th April 3; David Schaeffer, and Mrs. J. S. LaCoste I" -- '- -', *fc* .... .-...... --,.
,,- Understudies include Dianne the hostess, was the house birthday with a party for her .April 10; John Allen April spent Wednesday in Jackson- ....

Brqkas'. Denise Szab Dlanah guest of Murrhees. The oth- friends and schoolmates, at 17;' 't and George ''Allen, April ville. '

tot 11 ',Hills: Carol Campbell, 'and Jo er guest was Mrs. William her home on Lake Geneva. 'l 24. Mrs. Maude Robinson, Mrs.E. ''KEYSTONE HEIGHTS.

."Wildtl, Worstall, wife of the new rector -I They had planned to cook- St. William's. Catholic Club I W. Steinert, Mrs. O. T. !
is student director out and to'swim ski, and 'c!
Dianne Brokas at St Ann'e. Episcopal, go will hfllo! an AUntf Jemima Robinson. Mrs. Jeanie Branch,

'ness" manager? Sandra' ;'Forth'Denise is Szabo bust- Church.The Girl Scout' leader' Mrs. had1 boating'other-but: ideas'the, weather so 'the1 group man! 'f evening Pancake: April Supper 23,on from Mopddy 530:; spent and Mrs.Tuesday Emerald in Jacksonville Robinson I. '$ J N ISS' DJRECTOU: l

is in charge of art and pub- (Richard Lovorn. was guest i Enjoyed eating dancing, 'and till 7:30: pri., in the Parish H ; I ;
with a cousin, Mrs. Lottie Wal .... ., ..
1ic ty;; costume director is Di speaker, and gave a' brief talk listening to"r coids- : Hall. There will be plenty' to lace. > .I -

anah, Hills; and set director. on' the ,founding' of' ''the Girl Guests Included' .Geraldine eat, and some .valuable 'door-. f: Mr. and Mrs. V. Y. Crawley'I APPLIANCE !JF7ALttFRICIBAIRE '0.1'f : REAL

Scouts who are now celebrat- Gay Mary" Ann Dalley, Carolyn prizes. Admission ',-
will be $1 i .. ,
spent Tuesday and Wednescfay' '
ing 50 years of Scouting. The Jean ,MOOd ; ,Sally Ann for adults' and' 50c for children with Cdr. and Mrs.: J. E. ,, 'f'fG La Rue f
Golden Blossom Project of the Epperson, Jan Paul, Margaret under 12 years of age. Westmoreland in Jacksonville. C. J. onnor
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Girt Scouts' in ourvareavis the Muir, Harriett Harper, Cookie Please ', ": .
|t keep this date in mind. Robert Thagard of Miami. Your tocaF t k

I J : beautification of the groundsof Mathews, Jackie Bales, Sally Choir: practice will be held 1! visited his mother, Mrs. Lula I Sales and Servke TRAVELERSINSURANCE
local churches.. Hardin, Henree Lou Dennis, at REAL '
: noon on Sunday, as usual,,i' Thagard. izid'brother Marion,t Yeoman's Electric
There was a panel discussion Drowley.; and until; after Easter. Tl uisday.
civic beauty and road- Goodman.Of : Service Keystone HeightsTELEPHONE i110aTG
j on Community Church News, J. *B.' Calahoun of Gamesville -
H I side improvement- course, like all boys and Another family night with -'visiied- Mrr and .Mrs. ,R. Melrose cit -%37t 4692 {Keystone Phone 4297LITfLE

i Each'"memb had brought girls when they reach1'! : the 16th .the enjoyment: of good food: M. Casorf. : v
: artistic flower"atrange- milestone, 'Dee Dee hid plans MILLWORK
an : I' fine fellowship and an excellent ifaxieKing celebrated his AUTO SERVICE
I to; today? to take het operator's'
ment in a pouring container. go : program was held on I birthday March"28"withia I

I These were 'judged -'bY- IHepresident license' test. J March 28 in the educational. j family, dinner:: : Baker, :nterprises Keystone Furrtis H6m*.
News-From st. Anne'slk"At
$ : for proportion and I building. f George Austin and John Authorized Millwork Shop I,S bedim,, house, dod$,
i ; :'_ '. harmony with containers. The' the! EVC'meeting last I'Mrs.. Robert Hendry, Floyd 1 Hansard 'ot Daytona :BeacKi I' -fla' TzIler' Dealer CABINETS inOOKS f v' ": : UOM!.
4' e''k arrangement of Mrs. O.. J Sunday' evening: the young Baker ,
i and Mrs. George Can-
jt Service '
._ i spent last weekend in Melrose. Auto Key-lira. 21 Hr. FRAME
t $& \ J' Murrhee''' Was judged best. people k were t shown a movie I,' ova ga,'e'a repeal perf rm nce :I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wesley Bait -'SrfeitGdSfi Oil' i WINDOW SCREENS !r.psclpa: ; .i let, tries, prlc'ald' .
Refreshments were served Concerning the work'of the 1 i of the comic "The -ITrim c terras' '
vp oper'a, Telephone of Bainbridge, Ga. visited Mr. Available 34 Hrs.
by the hostesses, and a .social church among'the Siou*, Indians ?'' which Had* oeen"giveh -: ': and Mrs. Glynn' Rothhammer J'ortable ,Electric Welding I II Materials I Jxecbte Martin.Keystone 1 .
Sash Hide Te Order
hour enjoyed.The in They,I| at the efghth'mnnuaj silver J'Sunday. S I 2 Mi. So. on Rt. 100
Plot Thickens also had1a 'pep&rf 'of %ible,jfe'a of"the"community church-i I 4636 Keystone Heights TeL 4285IN.URSERY hH, lii.S .
I j- I Heights .
I --
1issed I Rev. Lee Heaton of the Trinity -i
-' ; While Dick Tracy is searching Study and. th'en diS, :, I I women. The artists asked !
i I
I Episcopal Church in Mel-
for The Brash, and while ."What is' the most important., that their7 performance 'benthbution' a i JAMES { :.
Ever See a [Mike Karr Is searching ''for work in the chUrch." I I to the' '.church, so,I rose led the 10:15: service of ..FLOKIST Clemens ,
p! Nursery
f1Coming I i
: Holy Communion at St. Marks I ,
\* the elusive Judy, third grade -""Rie evening'branth of the ,| in' offering'was' taken, the j j 1 I. !
? Episcopal Church in Palatka Edna WilliamsFLORLSTNUESZT Ovtr 600 Varieties of :
Trijie detectives at' the Keystone churchwomen met Tuesday I money to go towardthe !;
wepld.,!) 'School are hunting for clues ,rllg'htHh !'week: This branch J'. chase of "woman's' pur-,I i and Rev. Worstall of Keystone ji j i Shrubs Tree HousepianU*
( S.
which will help them discover Arias' been organized*,for the!II 1 The board of J stewards will,i i Heights led the Trinity Episcopal -' FLOWERS Citrus & Azaleas S for $1.00' ., Realtor

"'. yes, every,weefc; for more,than. a year we actually I r the whereabouts of their b neftt- of 4 those'bosMess: and meet Monday April'9, ;:at 7:30: communion.Church serviceS' and I For, AIl 'Occasion Hiway 3'2 Miles 100 at East Hillcrest of ,'take Front-" R,:.ltp Home>

the of pet hamster, Alvin who was professional women who cannot pjn.: t[ ;Melrose, Phone OR 5-2331 ..
saw.qur dream' emiiigiu! ; ,on .pages | Keystone" Heights *AertaffeV t. '*
jiccount(tr t o6k! ; named 'after the famous TV attend the regular morning Officers and teachers of, the I! The :Young.People's. Tramt\ }I.I
our savings '
Unions Keystoae -Ph.ga .11
:; Chipmunk. Missing from* his wetm It tf'alsd: for Sunday*School will meet Wednesday inr 6f the Barrtisti INSURANCE NURSERY STOCK
"It \\as. a ,newjlfiiin7ach?" ; : week, to watch the ,total I children who I Church: .Held1 barbecue" 'ati v- .- i-1Je r* ..
mothers of
wire' cage 'on Wednesday. young April 11, at 7:30 p.m. '
thai Plan
Aa insurance ,
"and iHe Savings
come, eloper 1 cjoler4't6: magic figure attend X1a'e }t
: I morning, March 28, Alvin ,/.find it difficult; to .Remember the rummage Tommy dom'j-"home- : 'n;
meant down payment1 home of our own. If Yoa live -- If t Saving| y Azalea is1' .
the a : I hasn't; bee -heani from since. morning meetings.; sale and bake sale to be held then swent'skating--iaj GamesVffle. to 4' ptti $ t' u(; H.
'Till finaUy, dh1WXlcam true all the WilY!tWq They :suspect' foul play.' The' Altar "Guild of St on April 12, 13, and 14, in : JA J"If*You' Die 'Irs 'Insurance Landscaping1 Ifcterk) :f vmaHle'See 'Jv. /
had bur ,qwn:,clown ayment. Today, we have jJi | Anyone finding a hamster Anne's'Church held a meet- conjunction with the ladles of I fish was held at p ASK ''YOUR GULF MAN OaiPla.Mtllel.\ "l m gtfy, &D & B1"\.

homef ".pJyolnnew! dreams that we're goingto | answering ,to 'the name ,Of''fng a't 9 4m.: ,Wednesdayywhen I the KeystOneHe1ghts.Wo1 w 's Methodist, Church'" Friday!: L. R. Brault O. C/CarneXJ; urseTy1 4 '

watch\ *onjjifl1e tt : !!rt amepla e: on the i ArrtrT isasked tt"contaet.lSrs. :tiie'mte received r new set Club, The chairman is Mrs.i night, fop.benefit of the new Florahome. 684-4665 gg Rett rfraktfLtkd
rwood. the'third ithacfe 1. of iibtrtettShsV' Tfcese-began Nelson with* parsonage fund. Of Tel' 4558-4151
page tout.3XJD A{ RP' \ I Herbert -:Chairman jstcn* lljhts. Pc Aereri .
}\ nt4owa1floprlpams coming- true? I r orW'of her4 fiasC with ,thff-ne* Vicar's statement Mrs. R. A. Gaunt. The I The Vestry of Trinity Episcopal PACKAGE'STORE ; ,Ranches City

fvf gof"! nW\ rfetvwaiting a&ont'bo 6k '[,i-Lions Are:Easy tnaf fie believes'the Altar rummage sale will be held in 'Church: met Wednesday INSURANCE : Homes
for "Af the 'iegti1a 'JfibIit1 u1! Z 1M thii i .lorm the 'horary room. next to the feighf.at tHe Parish House. A Shaughnessy'sPACKAGE
:you NOW! "We Take A Intend
business meeting of the Key- of activity and honor for the barbershop., Bring..all' articles covered dish supper was held. Murrhee Insurance STORE I In Your *'

stone Heights Lions Club en women of a Parish or Mission for sale, to..the storeroom on I II
: OPEN S A. M.-12 P. )l. DAILY
THE KEYSTKhST4TE IRANI ; Monday March 26, the .men Cfiureh. f Thursdays morning' ,, April 12 Agency.' CLOSED SUNDAYS Midway: Hdptl ,

MEMBER P.DJ.C. I authorized1 $20 expenditurefor The day' ,branch. of. the Epis- at;9 p-m- if you wish to put thCmOnlals'Mchur"fr General* .J InsuranceiraauaItEofldi Keystone lfelrce Highway

TT picnic-for theboyaMgirls copalchurch women, met following :The bake sale will be held l :>w j -

A 'Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community of the School Safety Pa- the 10 a n, service,,on at> 'the Reynolds Insurance Easter Sunday please call JUIed Line Blue Pine Pat.Also kaga Store & Hiway 21- 8aada1...

.... .. ,.Keystone! Heights t Fla. trol. Wally Muhlhofer and Wednesday this-we'efc:' Their AgencyH officfr -on -SaturdayslarOng lira. Donald, Shacklefdrd: at t Keystone'Heights, 2731 S ,- fit 199, SMh, Sui i v :- BtU.it ."- ,

-- -Jgk llatermoh'wfll'be- mak meeting followedby] -a ':I niihg: aT 9:30"< aofl. ,.*"(Continued- on-jap Next c-*Pile".-* ] **-' -' ... '-. (00.. 5 5- .5 S '. S -.. -" S

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'.,rYYYYY.YYY..Y The U6nj werd verh rd to to Laurerce. MaM. Midititiott e'aeh Wednesday, I r.rf..rrr III 414141 I I gram. Once each year you r At the time of this writing.

1stbNEL'LGHL Y1 say, that- they won the game Mrs. Ruth Johnston of j chum'and Mrs George,Phelpx Hdrtiz 'montaionI WITH YOUR i: need to supply a complete material -, and unless there is a greafcchahge '

but the women .won the um Youngstown. Ohio .has left : ; to give some nitrogen ', in weather hi the ne"xV:

: .9 ts pire. ,'Jn order:to be sure, to Keystone .Heights! for home i.F 1iS't. Jl.Uiflst t t''i Notds"." "? i.-. COUNTy AGENT phosphorus and potash. Then, few days, we can say that ou?

5 o .-, I --; > catch the ball, ,.the' Junior after, spending.seyeral II,months. tST&it..aiIGttfs you will follow with extra nitrogen -I j strawberry season is about as:
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& .,1 Woman's Club had 18 of,tbeir at White. Feather Court .Mrs., r-' :! .. "'1' ,It_!j. #..- '. i t'& which1:wiH put the lime I good t$ we' could order weatherwise. -

::/ Iprom:"Proceeding' Page!. team on the field at one time. Johnston enjoyed her stay J. :R. 1th-i/; "putor. : 1&lplacopn4 I I DOROTHY ROSS I and. complete fertilizer to! According to grower

I Ti'e're: is safety .in numbers here and .being near het : feof: Wine.J... home. DefioAirtratio. ..Af ent I a work. A healthy grass pro- ,! reports and the season price'

$285 by April 16. We areijSrry While, this would seem a bit cousins. Mr., ;-and Mrs .John lI1d hurvfi. j orr&nist. t ,. :' ;' ; -' \ videsr more protein. and great-<, average reported last we"el k,
8fiVJe ii" ofi .
we garbled this; announcement irregular it wa. just about Bird.; .She, P I15)o return ( iforhini ii h :The iu onj1LfW StiiWbtrfpee Doming into tHelr 'on. Alinelor ] er total yields.MANAGEMENT. j I everybody 1 satisfied! ninise. .

last week what one would expect.at such next winter. t m. *_ P 1f:5.P: 'I' to'yotf: if a stfawbeViypamp'lilet 1 : tedahaed skirts are be-i! is mighty I!, Even the rains we ha\'l

Romans ttub to Meetrt a game. The ground prize t ,4. m. rsngr4p ; p gMfef' Various': big feature Pleated skirt *]: E I important. Lime 'nd fertilizer had, haVe coMe durin the:

1fhe Regular monthly m.e t- was won by someone from out- ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL' 'j m. Evening ieivfc:0O: p.ai I of servmif iiid preserviiag YSI aft'gobd.' 'too.V iJ\ with the! 1 thenis not the whole1 answer. night or on Sunday $o that
tug of the Keystone. Heights'Woman's i' of-fowri. Refreshments were fod.ife'( .lhvlti CHURCH, KEYSTONE. J..u '.I. ei .i. We. are glad ], kirts is the |I not.o'er-traze. This
Club will be held in sold by the members .of' JheJunior Rn. Wtt. w. Wontall,'Vicar Y.c:,t : ,r :, fo: hVe this amphl t.* YOB 1.sleer&i 6f 'sl eVelefl. i! A-step in management that plants are*' still.pfoduC. -

the Community Church edu- ,! Wpjrian's Club Eve'rj- .. J iinvic r I may. contact, us byTcalling.%42S65 -1| pa1 ota{ jias' come* to the 1 1i ntost tim is easier said thin fnf fod hdtiodys has stopp1that

Rational building on Tuesday oM seemed to have a good Daily Morning Prayer, 8:30: KEYSTONE HElGIITS or coming'by the: office i jfore inevitlt the fta? colors!1 1I done. The experience of a T know of, ftien' don't

.April 10 at 2 p.m. This will i time: and especially the young a.m. Daily Evening Prayer' 5'', -r t-' ( in the court house. annex. tf ted, \ hliaI !\ number of our good famfers negle'cr: rout use" of CaptSrt.Go'dd .

be'an important business m'eet-I sters. p.m. Sundays, 9:30: ajn.. Dr0': HoiW Minister .X frien; ttied': the .following!I[Iibyjinitioas"bin?: Tne4 1 aJWfba.hiha-' has proven that when you can fafr'MWtihj' "

iii* -* important .because. the I, Cub Scout Pack Meeting Holy Eucharist,; ( 1st and Mrj George 4. Can" :.L.Orgaijtet -reciV (Or stfawBeriry pie' arid I''Ubir !!' plaidTwill'Ine sr'tart for Gr.; Hugging, rotate your grazing so that If you were one of the Bradford

election -of officers for the Cub .Scout Papfc 3.05 held 3rd Sundays; each ..nSdnth.Morning t :*id Dirpclor, _'. liked it.,.so weU .shVsugest awe ar !S1" jacket's.- coifs;. flflnnpfl sJppss sw-si-a. tbBrass will be grated no' County Fair Association

feoming year will be held.. j I their monthly .pack .meeting Prayer on 2nd and ',.Richard, Cpshtutu Tenth Db. Include 'it i 11the "column. !(jse Skirts! vi4fctfmi/-anS!:: mafcbfeistfy : jVait *di.Ufi'ttr i shorter than 3 or 4 inches I I directors t who missed tt\

Piease don't forget the rum- 'I! on Friday evening, March 30, 4th Suna is: taEany' Servi6e Sunday, School,' ,i:3a.: mI again tfiisf year" I Wth other sepVrateV Inao&fcolorsv ] If arf those wh6have1 your results' will be"better. meeting last Fridaynight, you
you among
make' -- sale, sponsored jointly I in the educational building of '.on any 5th Sunday. Evening Morning Worship; 11 a. B. Strawberry Pie 1s : ""piky.T tMs *1It, riot "'given Then, just as important a*., ought to' be sorry.. You will

by the. Community Crtirchjeomen -,, the Community Church. Den Prayer 5 p.m.. I.I' Yo h'gpe, 7 p.rin.Piorera. Fill a flaky already baked fiJittire"the naiiticai.ttenie flifaf -;I tre"es :'a" sfrod1' applicsftidn'your pecan'of; orergrazing not to let the I I soon be hearing about planS

and the Woman'sc1113 11. with Mrs. Alex Brokas and I During Lent -.Litany and' 6 p.m.. 8-inchpie .crust -or' tart shells t6 f re itJ "VII1C.rrits in,! 'ttnZel' *rass get ever 10,or 12 inches to. iatidc1: 'a, counfy-vtide prd--
:, April 12, 1?, and 14, to I u-u. ,_.. -__ ._.____,'*_.:__ ., f NOW is the1 mrt.It .w A_ .. -' --I.. '04
Mrs. William Davie as den: wiui lai e npe sirawuerr] In other fabrics stripes! l 1 'lre aaS tan. AS me grass approachesi gram to tabmn permanent
I '( .s lire big fIr sit
be.held next door to the barber mothers, had the main skit-of : Make a saud ?rdm- Jone cup 'f i maturity, the j is less for annuM Fair.The' .
I ..Y T TT TT .y. 'I q!.:'tAe .ft., iU bl Seen in | yp\i tint Wto1' to" tid their proteins facilities our
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hop in th'eVChy County I the. evening; maU berrley ,.cruahing, inieri4wfh I and palatability is less. fast Friday higtit
; j jI group
> ynatM. b'f T thbusirid
/ h ugtthg a'
library's currentsxers'. NEWS CJP TEREST ltd .COLOED a .
: 'f .with- Mrs. William { "one-talf cup sug- : about
Den 2 best enthusia'stic
( fftrtts'.Foif Spwdinj Upr SewJnjjr'Mnts : "p6uhd's of 6-l&n 'lit- I ouf guide" for deter- \ was very '
Birthday. Party Warren and Mrs. Robert Lam- CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy j'j;, id straifuigft&oUgh i cheese : 'ninMng thhedifor lime andjfertilizer" ; the County Fair"p gfar tQ
,iast ( for streamlining se"-i) tilizer per aci'e 'loY'joftt. tdneek -
week, Elmore .
Steve cloth.. need
YouHl about one '
and Den the few
bert den mothers. neit
as : tJs'e- larg &$ to' work j s1eattoi.tst is' a' still'test: \v be set up during\
fcqit Eid of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ,3. with Mrs. Thomas Elmore [By; ,Gb a] cup of this. sweetened jiee. on.ing* wherf''ybff dtiifthfabric..! : ; I Saw afe: W gf eve's tt1 eto' say thai a' soil fcsVHiMUST. l weeks. Unless' STone dhange''is
ore, celebrated his birth- I and Ms. .J seph Dey each Thicken juice.with one and one- Necessary. 'tlie next Ieetlfiwill
daf with a cook-out at his B&$ snorter theme; A4aAA111AAkAAhAiiAAAAAAAk1&AIAAALltAALAk. half tablesnoons'corn- starch. Cvfttiii d. ,* 'off'th4f. _floof'or'a. B_dj, wlt'1 a* 'gz (n streak ardUndeaSfi it. IFcan tell 'you thy the-c'ourthouse'
I : wnse trC! hIs itldi that right kind of fertilizer arid the; I be in .
t- ;t-thiC.k;; ; Wtiting"nd'.takns Doj ( r
home in Club Es- '
tates. The Keystone party held for the ;,.\ : was'"Intends o\\ ScJf N.wl.. '! : ennWhIi \'l Ii' 1.atC Do this use flour f btgi.'all fM nti'at'6ns' time. j fhV fertilizer had1 beeh ipplie'di: amount needed to1 give you 7:30: p.m, on Apr 9. Keep.
was C & gives a cloudy auce.Cook.
the World Thurs In The News. List .Wflich fine 'holy Mnm1f i '
J1 ? the Best grazing 'resnttiSfraenEStIll
'afler WJierf io { ready to ew, fn a oalnd around thnre'e; nd'did I this date open;
: the boys of Cub Scout until is clear. Addj p5rr 1
The red-or first place rib- en, to patrons and, .all .child,.will. be administered with, the not cover enough o.iri i ai-ea;, . 'Good. . .
Deb 3, and other party guests I boh-was won by Den 3: Sec- lovers: will you please attend;pastor and officers irt charge. 4 little butter to give a glaze ,arrange a'wtl1..Ughted yo'Ur sewiii/table I Ja. 1"ahdjl|I.duur ..t:: gooplanis to start tbreeortour \! --._...fl .flstsAL- : -:_. I -____- ._ = _______. -- ---- '
1hlted j to the Elmore oDe i Mae PTA nwfetingf it: 7 $0' .i A} members of Choir No. 2 .brilliant look-'to the sauce. Pour i m' oU, '
ribSon one you p.m ; ,
::ohd place' I. : tf'ohi of" ,
St. Anne's parish'.h'ous'eT, liu W tI ff' !!can sale'tinie SSd tfa i( youinV&l >tt th* trunk |II Busirt ss
fr'tfan ; I -vita won by Den 2; while t ,.Monday,$P.flt i,."tA 'J i'R. .akq.,t: tit: pM ffi IS %. large 'ber-; ferd d 1taSSthat's Our
: ; 'dnd'spread the I
ce .r tfie/t're
'The boys: learned how. to I Den 3 won (the third claw Ii9i jji'I o-:, Ume for f'efiears fl" Th d"v fe| In7'the; j>i iei' j just enough tcf p f Wirtg d'pUirl'fiq' Jp !|I r "If It's Glass TJVe, Have It"
rfbvAld be'f ; : ; ,HtMn 'f sf ;e eiiWrfrm : til1i rout Beyond the ret of 11; {
<lilkrAwl ;
a safe fire and haw to white.one.. tlii41T4ir J Id "Ajr. 5 aOfi: taL 'i'11ttl. >err'ies stand Ouifstaus ( P VISIT
: ? .
ribbon a : .i .LT CALLTRITE
the tree or.
the" ot limbs ,
ro&st weiners without getting :',L6ut'ii Brown ret-1 K4ore ; Whijy itM r. fbhf jn"a" sei'of brilliant all U sks. fa kitt'dl'ti | Spread :
.bned. They were (aught Bobcat pins'were Bleasdal awarded dent; M '. : :.t Hcl'tl t ioJCoun ..v, AflenCfeBey{; C irct, it e\t.Vi,6: I.f' \.' :I. 'fgQfnt'pit'to anotner. Forl if't1id-11thb 'nearly meet, then!;I FOR ANY GLASS NEED ''

'1hdV to oped a can of beans. t6new Cubs, Butch y".re fi i.Ji1 .l i' Mil: A. 'Slm son pastor,. willt} 6b'rVTrustde :. I. 'h.in fbts delieiou8. 'fr esh strawbery1 -I instance,. 'when you\ miW. biittpiihdle'l tKe e'ntire1! area can. fee covt !II i SHEA'S GLASS CO.
Rickey '
Warren. d.
Tills byMlrf, ;ftPersonals' art maE tiles ill ,vhfIe & 11
was supervised be held Mdayt.XprJl;,4; .C1' D -.Wi' s rid pitheIar; berries ; -
**Elmo re. Mr .;Joseph Dey.imd"D4n ; ;, l pV ni.."ita. Oif pif epderif,"J, D 'tatiig with. Siinday'ciibol 1 uiwjdolsed 5
Chief of ,Den *3,,' Jfchq Congratulations to Becky Green, pi4 g .. at J3:<5' With H'o er'tn Vnay; -Cl"heKaall berrieiarip' i tile oper'alfon. I Ii pecan trees are a crop and:; Glass t "

.Rid Jr. The pariy iaded Davis who. with her partingBe'rnie Civil, Def '4( t ? chifgel: t ,'Jtiinior .C1 t cooked sl cH\ 'short timl ;Let your equipment work for! need attention, .just.. as corn or i "Formerly Joe Peters Co.
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l a I
:*jh a 'T\futrCQritelt. and Mc<3eeiwasorif fit .the i H intexestefr persons are wilf.be in'r charge of ,,11 iV .a. m.serv'ices' i z:" Vftanihi' cTipay remain*. you. Gather'fabric's or the machine grass.rr advantage' youhave ; -., We Design' Modern Store Fronts

jader five records iwasde, finalists 'm>.the'Twist.Cbntestheld : asked 16 support $he class. in I ;" Thespeaker wfiT ) Cliill"until1 serving' 'time, then* whenever possible. Usepins is that you do not need;i Just Mail Us A Pattern For
clared 'a ti between' Johnny ,at the oflda Theatre i I Civil, Defense- .:tfaiMngi Under!Maty'fi ic I k Ught1 frost lie'' pie i vfatA whipped i insleid" of basting wherever to plant each year, so take I o Table! Tops'I

1 .mE:8 and Edwin
Party gut* .included Cub will be. '.Announced, eLsheiinth1i1 Royal.*A pe'V ifiass, fillt t starj t 4t" ..4 P',, in, I Y1ll.b 11 pil t I1tIFihiiiie straight and 0i d fid best that lou can.

sJouta Mickey BrbkasEdwn} ,: isS 1 4p1 /10 J 1 2. M .tirs ns, g; t&rnioji.; : deliveVedJby tjie| :(itfi& Are againStrength idth-= u 'e .the stitching ..srutdeaitichmeht. The Big ''" I '- -' r .
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Biker Mike Funderburk. Jr.. Sorry.ta hear that !rs: Hel- j rested i i44,1. injng I. may. .coh- paajor'j: I I ..' ". '. -,. New macfiiriesj More grass More beef -I i .:- I -

,Jdhnny Warren. Donald Sakdr en JEgan. .Md.,ton! spend. sometime I!tact, Prof. Eddi 5 ,TJiompkuis or .)Trustee 'Chainnan"'Edd V hive' nheS to guide" yon. Ifour More/ Money. In an attempt I!

; Jeff .Davis Rickey .MurjjHee. at.Bradford County Hospital > '14. :Mt-Roya .ifcif \gfcftfos--? :. Tnompkins- ask;: aJJt members $ machine ha* neither of, to..accomplish:: this lime*- f ertilizer -j

; and Dana Wyman. Also with vinistl JShe. is home : Heroin*,; ttee_: 4'Sr. to; seVI2rt 6i.[fifeer ,-hhanclatfy. these, put adhesive or ma:1lt.itS '- management can be ;I,

:,D4n Chief John Reid.Jr.:. and now and recuperating alowly.j ,> .juvenile* memners" ltAH" are .so* Mt,4e'obI1g&tiozj' *,will i :be* > tape. 5-' inch from the I the.. nswer. I I II I
Bby Scouts Johnny Carne Mrs. Josephine Oakley who 1 ;needle hole. This is width Ii
I &0 LIME Is the material that :
asked jto: Jjrn..ouJ .tfe$ tp' mct.Bememoer
!land Roger'Smith. Rodney has been apatlent at the University I -Mrs.'. Irene'Thoni- I I'of most.aeams. '!;i
15 makes the fertilizer worth
m, on Pahn Su{dayv.:pri\\ ; ,I
''Huterson and Johnny.Gay Medical Center In I 4t the taspriic"H n./'Xbe entire\ as'yhQ is,sick'. in. the hospital, 6 i 1 J''S't US! the. iron to best ddvantige1 more to you. It sweetens the j It

,friends of the host were also Gainesville is now a guest at :I'MamIc 1 in'ited In \ :ith ,yout prayers, yisititioris, 1. Instead of marking I soil :and adds calcium to" produce -1 i '
ion1 hand. Mrs. Aughtrey Vance, Nursing -, eluding ;Eastern 4MJj &tarViand't J ;! r% |tCv j, r ", I ''Soil. CoriaeHationNEWS darts -in cotton fabrics wiTh .a healthier grass. When i ithe. t NATU AL

:jLfcni Win ,Zany Home: She seems well on j'.branch H.. A .0rdiar_ imitation Pare s; please' s'end your tallor's tacks, just press* crease&.into -! pH and. calcium .of the j .

.SAftball. Carat her way to recovery, and will is given to the public to attend.: ciilrerf( tor refieafsai for the fabric along dart lines. I soil is about right, then the !i d. t J 1 .

5As near as 'we can gather ; soon be back at her cottageat I Rev. Robert Dell, will deliver, Easter program. By BUI Him ,'-Press. seams as you sew, fort I grasscqvers and grows. bet- | Dependable Economical'PHONE l lI

"tKe Lions Club won the softball i While Feather Court. the sermon. A spicy programhas 'Junior' Church .meeting will better-looking:. garment. For tier, which .in turn will Kelp I I --
game \?tth the Junior f Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dries be held each Monday at 5 m.P Dale Bradley will represent, '
: p.
the keep out assortment of
{ been ptepared for occasion efficiency, Wait: until you hive an 964-1301 NIGHT 9G4-2111
{Woman Club S'-fi, 6n S 1'- sel regular- annual visitors at I arents areaskV<{ to send their Bradford '3dfl "" Conservation wee I I
dity evening. March 31. The White Feather Court have : Notice cfiil'dVen 'to" fhV: th tTngi. Dis'trict invfhe.. 'area speaking:|i jveraI." saaais reauy to press at i I CITY 6F STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT.

.women claimed the Lions for- left for a stay at Ormond Grand Lodge Girl Scout meeting will I contest that -wHl be held in'4 -time.. FERTILIZER is the nextessential : ; f _. ._ I i ._ ... ..I
rte j81t .aftnual session of el . .. . fe this Big "M" pro- ..
fielde'acfi :
tAursdajr ifApril. .
i 6 use before -
:eited:the giiSfe they Beach for a few days the Heroines of Jericho will beheld i in room Gen -Cover SpnngS the end i. .-L---;: --J-: ---- -. --- -.-_ .. : -r-- l' ny :- = :- "-. .r'r- !- :l ;u-, ;- : -
i'' : -: I. : -
wrre at ,RJE. All members : -- S 'S \
too pooped- it. wending their way are urged j ; i-- -- -
16-18 .the.Masonie -
.5 'L ; April to atienADell bed I .j\-, S&, ., ... '
C&ufiy .
The was '
centest t. '
Temple; r ad ,$t., Jack- J .1 \ : : U 0 r .i
I j sonvilI,-Mrs. S. Royal,'M.4..M. 'otg3' : at TEe L1 if A lub with Glyn BANK fitSTATEMENT STARKE :
NEED MONEY FOR ? Chapter N.. 168, OES Sapp and RonaW, Kimbrell tnltIn ,
,,Cbiit'' 4f .. \.l .mee Tbjirs&y ifght.at. i' 'part. vtxmoie; ,,, 11'
I .: > pl't t Z\S : .
1I sTAnxE
jl ; I .
i ,,1 Bethlehem Free Will Baptist p. m.. Matron Mitchell asks all chairman atvd Sam .' FLQA -
1 Church news and announce- MCGar\'hj .
members to be on time. presented:the aw rds. T( .0 i. .

1 ime ts. Miss .Elzine l Piaipg and A Sister' Ranell English, who I was talking to Don Branaes i OF CONDITION .
i MisS Mary McBrW ask the has been' confined to Brkd'ftjnCounty Ji.e' day ttH'the land judging .

I -P 4'I entire //Junior, Department to Hospital}, is .home no* contest (nd |ht said that tie Condensed from Report to Comptroller
kt the .church starting S :
I ( .I' jneet c.onvalescirigv All members are competitionras'! sure touih.
If need cash for Easter Tuesday at tf:3d for Ester to1 visit J\ r.'f'' Ti. .
p you i : p.m. I fhe :Bra'Mtn1utd March 26 1962 < 1' "' 1. j.f.J"
practice Udgihgrr : : ,
I Brother David Tho"ma< *thmet. teW: didit t piifce but .
See Per-
Buying us.
t fl i We are also asking the adults with an accident
recently. a 'lot "experience and 'looKecljat'
sonal loans handled confi-- ;: to cooperate with") the' juniors'in IS. Back oh the jOb ag'airi.'lMri maAy different types of i'!, \. -., S. *

: i I making thi*. the. greatest Janie- S. Jfitcnell, PM; s\iils," .a1s b n. 'J i .p :1 :: '
dentially and quick. You J Easter program _ever held.. Rev. Dammon Dell, WP. Tht Bradford County Fair], : ,; Resources ; : 1

rwon't find Lower Rates .on Sunday 7:15 ,p. m. Mrs. yyt.y yf.1 YtYTYYT. "As3otiat'ion( Is" oing ahead and't'tprepating. 4 -
[ Bladys- Bly will in'iw- tM the fair grounds t c t.

; : 'a sound loan than we offer. Senior Mtsjion: Ladies: a film- this gear's fair. They are U3-! :
: Loans and Discounts 1,594,870.93
I jstr p.. entitled. '!'House of Har- yless"Hiw ing: the Soil'CJbnservation Dis-.' ,<, 'i'.. *...'.*,
yest.1* .Th'e; fourth 'Sunday i y triet seeder cultip cker aJnjdiBoater' :: .
House Furniture & Fixturesi 9,668.49
1 Home oinulg Day and the Rankmg
pastor )( Shi Smith's tractor o! ,
By r_ A..C. Ellis, .
e >' ,
;i asks all meribeia ,to give.1 jplant the !rasL' 'Zedra HantiJ.{ !. !

j i their support'4Sfary": tcBridLre .k ..iiiiiIii., .A .4 tpn is supplying the Pensac6a! t Other Real Estat ., _? 36,600.00Pfepaid"&p
er Rev. LtfuuMcKay. Mr. dhd Mrs: Edward Nor i1i d iriS!' d., : 1-S
I '
: pastor. man spent the week 14 ih itfi James:'Nprris: 'Area Engineer'. aes. ": : ; ""..... .., ,' 962.43.
: lit MoriaTv Methodist; Churcli Mr. anfi ,'Mr for tie Soil Conservation Setr.1 ; .
: $ Herbert Norman OtheR; iouT 4,500.00
t w \ "illhold'regular service Sunday and,tomily. of Oklawaha tel "froM tafce' City '

w sttfTttng.. with. -Sunday and Mt..: 'M' Mrs;;-TftuhnaVt brad ord- Soil Conservation. bis- I Accrued interest & I Incorrte R ceivab.Ie : ." 18,036.80 It
LOANS to $60. : .School aC.'fl:3d: Ke& Rooert Jones and faHiiJr at' 'iAdr Strict assisting, with' water c6nrol -; .. ,
Dell fn charg '- Morning 'service Lake. ; { problems :1 1'T r. ,
o 11 a, 'm.: Holy Communion,:J Mrs; Jf. M>Meliae'spent fist I el Conservation f *plan maps were U. S.. Government Securities 2,190,613.86;
; TOWNFINANCE ,6':30: p. m. Alt I members an'd 4 week wlth.ffrs.i.Aj.F.'Hall in received .for farms of W. :.R.;' .

,, ? friends mfit'eM;-Hirry Young',, Jacksonville. She returned f Conner,'Claude: ft'owe,'.and P.j jib.Rlddisn. Florida. .County. Municipal i l Bonds' 479664.08; .

j lay leader-reporter;. Rev. L. H:, its' I .\TKefiet II ,' .
Sunday ; willjlie
accompanied &/ maps
CO. \ Lendon, pastor. J r OtEer St td'& Municipal t Bdnds 122; 31.62 .
HaU. ; I used to revive the soil conse iyatWii .. ...
: New BetneT B'aptrsI Church Gerald tfbnriari and" joe'Af-' ( plani Uaf,are on thjeir\ ] S
I Rev. A.. Vinspn. pastor. Sunday len Sap '. tt lided the Music,!.'f rm5.! This is- the system uCd;:' Cash. ;hand & Due From' anks2\ O,68S.02 3,071,837.38

School, SJ::3'1f.a. m-Milton'Elief-i .Pe'stlvalln J Jacksonville J Toy the* Soil tonservation Serv-] .. -
144 W. Call St. Satur- .J1. 11 S I": EAi. t. \ A
A son in charge Motdingr Wo" .dir night and spent the weekend -f ice/il 'k2't up and getting:, t -7' ,
y. TOTAL '
Ph. 964-9091 \L '< VAUTO : ship, 11 a. m. BTU, ::30 p..ni, wifif Mr.'ana Mrs.-- E..J. tbfe latest information to thE!1I ,:'L, I ,. .r' r. 4,718,439.23. .

J..t. MarjeThwnas:to,tffar$6. Eggers ofJacksonviUe.. farmers on their. .ever changing. .. .
I : I '.
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\_ The L. Q, Gilly] rds".of u' i!mtf n pr gram. .- -,' :- -s-.. .' .. \
.' :i .
: ,' J Libbilities" .
land w"er recent,visitors" of ." ,
FIKST METHODIST : "-*&;','--*': ._--' ., vi_ S
I 'iAEiSiEsii1REi1TroPAR1s the T. N.;Normans.llrs s. '. '4 1- f' .
A. P. Hall, and jfrt Sunday .- Church School fdr Capit1Stock.: ": 1-' **\ 3QQOOQ.dOSiarptiis t. -- :. j .

Fred Connor of Jacksonville all ages, 9:45 a.m. Morning l ..'. 11 .:4i'..T,"1 1'.. .A ,,, lr ;. f- . .. .."" .
\ visited the T. N. NotmtnsTuesediy 'll: .Ia..t ,f "-: '. 4.. *%.fr A
Worship, : Snack Sup 'I" ?i" ''
a.m. :1 | ". ,. 130UOO.OI ,. _
ol last ve. per for MYF 6 p.m. Youth 'rt ;_ .d.| ; J ) '. ..q.. .<, ,

t SERVICE I AUTO SERVICE Coleman Padgett of Gainesville Meetings, 6:30: p.m Evening 'Ci <..1"-._....... .,& ', .'f ,.s. '.
; .
.. ividcd.PVofiut C.. t 4&,169'.1 .' J", .
was a supper guest of the Worship, 7:30 p.m. Firwide, for } v'Reierif -. ,

,Stark Motor J. B. Wright .Starke'st'' Lloyd Padgetts. Saturday MYF 8:30: p.m. Membership,' for .. ... ;
/ :1.
irfAf gjr1f ijIt rrSlnlfif! 1 isfo -'Seffibrlf,dj 31,928.96 : 627,098.74
Cities Ser StationEvrjy
Parts Co., Inc ce Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kellyof 10:15 andforjluniors -
i 8TAftotfOo Intermediates, : a.m. .;, .

'ear IMa1 A 1)A- lt&e 'AUW s 4I. I if aa er. PJoM'! 'ainesville"" :attended"church : at 6:30p.m., eaih Reserve r Taxes, Interest Ete. j I ," 49",584.04
N Mechanical Service and: were dinner guests of the Sunday until Easter. .

f JJ.bbei F.r M. Tire Lubrication- Z&tterIe-Aceor4-wbIg'' i:General- .KepAi Automatic. .J.: Jl.'Kelly ire family Sunday. Monday -* Methodist Men's Interest& income Collected; Not EarrieU: :\ 'J,1': / .. : ', > 45,908.63 -

: Cor. Brownie & Clark' We1 glad that.Mrs.. .Florence Club supper, Fellowship: Halt
542 Madison "'.2801
1'1 Pfeon 964- Cities Predocts hospital and able- to attend :
Serytce .. .
Dodd's Service & Tuesday WSCS Study c .
> TmE j'-.rUTrEB1ES church Sunday' night.Mr Course and Covered..dish' lun- / ', . ,: .qu.. ... .75
I Sales '
Auto -I
I Earl's Garage 705 N. Temple.Starke. :-.and T&a. Uoyd PadteUvisited cheoii 10" m.tfursery will ie Deposits : .. t.. 3,994,647.05
I Garotte* Sales & Sen'ice Rudolph Sapp in Ala. open. Wesleyan Service Guijd ; -

AUTO ALL WTAJB KINDS TVOSE OF GENERAL REPAIRING .- -PHONE- _. _964-9911.._ bama recently. No. 1,. Fellowship Hall. 7:30i 1 .
International, L1euint Our revival is scheduled to p.m. Itrs' C. R. j TOTAL 4718439.23
All Work Guaranteed MufflersFIEESTONE begin the last SuMay' ..nighthi fii.- Ruth Johnson, co-hoste-4 S.
l'I1oa' Nt..t.Ie.
< eS. Service Guild
April and irill.run through
Wlat&AUTO 8t i Tires.- Bttteries. Acceso4i I the first Sunday, of'May. No. 2. Fellowship Hail 7:30 p.

SERVJCB -, .m/.Walnut 864-3861 Co. m. MUs'Manr Card Bessehthostess.
I r Recap On Monday i ht.MATCH 11.I PtOiiloA
--CifWe 4 WSCS, Fellowship
;_, l' ,:.* Bin Edwards Pappy HeoIsUa. ,Ower ..i the church reorganized'its Hall. 8 p.m. Mrs. PaslHotciiis 1 i
Gilbert S. Brown te b ." emrnau I WMU Brotherhood RA's. andGA's. listess.Wednesday :
II i We ttese'organi ,.
Starke"66"Service hope i
Standard Ofl SerrCc*'" .ON-E BAT 8EEYICZ : Prayer Meeting .I -
zations will boost
the tr
ATLAS 5&UOJlI' NEW TIRZS AT SAVDKSBBATTERIES. and work ofour church. and Bible Study 7:30 p.m, 0I iiThim J;

TIRES'i '. Thursday Chancel .
Is to an ChoU'1 .
Everyone welcome ,
Ten Road Service Wheel & svl -
A1IgI 1
Budget PhOt1" g547j I ',': Phone 9ct.UI1 13', 'I! Phoni. f,.'H, :21I I of the church roe i. The I riIiei.rsa1 7:30 p.m. .' t One of 40 banks'of the FIri<3National Grdop 3temberi'edera1Deposit! Insurance Corp.
usual schedule will bST foiloV-I: tlW y' w Story Hour for

QUjcwlt JStarb. L C17.-. N.. Temple. SUrta' I I SOI: South, :,-Starke.,- > ..ed. &P4.- PIimar.De1i t .4.- AJ 1LI'i-II-- a --- ---- -- .-- '.- '- i
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joyed the Frolics at the Coliseum Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Jones, and Mrs. Doss Higginbothamand I son in Gainesville Sunday.Mr. of Waldo visited Mrs. L. L. tan Mott and :Mrs. George I CONGREGATIONAL trimonii, and the custody of

Saturday night. Glenn and Lounette Jones of. family' Sunday night.. and Mrs. Dave Green' Dyal Friday.Mr. I I Rivers. f I HOLINESS CHURCH I+ and Fred Sherrie Peeples,E James Peebles M., Peeblwr minors.

MAXVILLEBy Weiner Rout Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Hattie Nolan and Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. Alex" and Mrs. Carl Sieversof j Hostesses for the occasion I I North 301, 2 1-2 miles out You are commanded to file
Members of the Mazville Mrs. :Kyle Cannon and daugh- Buddy Bradshaw visited in Williams and sort Kirk, in Jacksonville visited Mr. and i were Mrs. Jeanette Mott, Mrs.I i your answer or other pleadings
: of town on left of the road. said before April
Mrs. C. B.NelaaI'AAAAAAAAAAA Baptist Church Sunday School ter, Ginger, Sunday.. Jacksonville Monday, with Jacksonville Sunday after- Mrs. Evan Hodges Sunday af- Faustina Lester Mrs. Theo, Young People's Meeting, 30th.in 19(2 cause, with on or the Clerk of
classes and Training Union The Intermediate "A" Girlsof Mrs. Carleen Smith and sons. noon. Ii ternoon. Dyal Mrs. Jean Douglas Mrs. this Court and to serve a copy

"" A. .A..... enjoyed a weiner roast and the Manville Baptist Sunday Mr. and Mrs. S. Harvey of Mrs. Alan Land and chil- Mrs. Edd Polk, Mrs. C. J. Mana Wiggins, Mrs. Zeulene :i School Friday., 10 7:39:a. Sunday p. m. Sunday Night .I, Box thereof 854,upon.High B.Sprinn H. RawU Florida P.O.,

Birthday Parties social at the church last Friday School and their teacher, Mrs. Jacksonville visited Mrs.Har- dren of Gainesville were week-I Tetstone and Patty, Mrs. Allen Harrell Mrs. Lydia Crosby, i I: attorney for plaintiff at the
Worship, 7
l m. Everyone
'Mrs.. Florence Parfish entertained night. A large crowd attended Dorothy Waters, and Mrs..Mary vey's mother, Mrs. Hattie Nolan -I' end guests of her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. George and Mrs. Carolyn Dyal. Mrs. I I cordially invited p. to attend-1 j jI same HEREIN time. FAIL NOT OR A
and everyone enjoyedit Wellhausen and Mrs. Dora last Monday. and Mrs Lloyd Barry. Tetstone'were in Lake City on, J
at her home on Jeanette Mott was in charge Rev Carl Edmondson. pastor. DECREE, PRO CONFESSO will
;March 23rd with a birthday very much. North carried a fruit basket Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Isgettof Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Carterof business Monday. of the bride's book. :I be entered against you.
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Higgin- and visited with Miss Gusty Orange Park were guestsof Pt. WhIte visited his sister, Miscellaneous ShowerA I NOTICE WHEREOF I
party honoring her granddaughter Miss Kelley received many have hereunto set my handnt
Elaine Edenfield. botham and son were dinner Hurst at her home here last Mr and Mrs. J. D. Bell and Mrs. Mamie Hodges, Sunday.Mr. miscellaneous shower was OF FLORIDA: STATE I. the seal of this Court at Starke
on lovely gifts.
her 4th anniversary; Twenty- guests of Mr. and Mrs Leslie .Saturday ,afternoon. Gusty's family last Saturday.The and Mrs. H. H. Lewis given Saturday night at the I TO: JESSIE LEE PZEPLES, 1.: March Florida,,A.D.this, Ut the:. 27th, day of
Whose residence and address is
one children enjoyed this occasion :- Sweat and family last Sunday.We mother served them. cokes and Manville School chil- of Starke visited Mr. and Mrs. Brooker Community Center in CHRISTIAN CHURCH unknown. Charles A. Darby
with 'Elaine, helped her are sorry that Mrs. Bud- cookies. dren are proud to have a new N. C. Mott and Mrs. Ophelia honor of Miss Judy Kelley, SUNDAY iUh'lCEt: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Bradford Clerk Circuit County Court Florida,
play games and enjoyed birth- dy Bradshaw hasn't been well The Intermediate "A" Girls teacher, Mrs. Edith Young, of Moore Monday. whose wedding will be an the that Circuit there Court has been of Brad filedin (SEAL)

day cake and ice cream with and wish her a speedy re- won the attendance and efficiency Baldwin. She joined the staff Mrs. Rhoda? Wiggins of event of Saturday, April 14. Carl Clarke Minister ford County, Florida, a divorcecase of By Clerk.: Marian L. Crosby, D.puty -
covery. banner at Sunday last week and is teaching the Jacksonville visited Mrs. Dos- The center' was beautifully 10:60 a. m. Bible School the case against ia MARY you ESTA PEE- : B H. Rawls, P.O. Box: 854,
Her.About 25.young people Cottage Prayer Meetings School last Sunday and are 2nd and 3rd grades. This hia Prescott last Monday.Mrs. decorated in pink and white. 11:00 a. m. vTorsaip and a;omminion. PLES Vs. JESSIE LEE PEE- I High for Plaintiff.Springs, Florida. Attorney
of very proud of it.The makes four teachers now at BLES. The relief therein pray-
A series cottage
gathered at the home of Ur. prayer L. C. Kelley and sons I Prizes were won by Mrs..,..,Mil-. .... ed is a divorce a vincalo ma- a-II U f-lI t I II
and Mrs. meetings were held last weekin Mazville girls who en- the Manville school. :
Leslie Sweat on Friday I
March preparation of the revival tered the "Miss Baldwin" con- Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat
night. 23, to help
being held this week. On test held at the Baldwin and family visited in Fernan-
their daughter Alene, cele- ... .
brate her 15th birthday anniversary Monday night services were School: last Friday night were dina Sunday with Mr. and _. ;

and also the 22nd held at the home of Mr. and Misses Mary KUgore, Peggy: Mrs. Junior Goolsby and fam- ,. .. : t
Mrs. Joe Ellis. On Tuesday Smith and Glenda Smith.

lard birthday Padgett anniversary The of Wil- night, with Mr. and Mn. Doss. :Miss Gail Ryan of Baldwinwon ily.Mr.. and Mrs. Tommy Ba-
young people -
enjoyed: games until a late Higginbotham, the regular the contest out of 15 en- ker and children of Jackson- How a Shell research tean got

hour and were then servedcake meeting was held at the tries. After the contest a rec- ville were supper guests of
and drinks. church on Wednesday night. ord hop was held. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat

Little Joey Nolan celebratedhis Thursday night they met with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Watersof and family'Sunday night. .
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Harris and Jacksonville, and Mrs.
llth birthday on 'Monday Mr. and Mrs. Winton Par-
afternoon, March 19, when his everyone gathered at the Dorothy Waters visited in Valdosta rish of Avon Park were din- .'

mother, Mrs. J.- C- Nolan! entertained church Friday night. Ga.last Saturday with ner guests pf Mr.. and Mrs. 168.47 miles gallon "'
21 of' his friends at Class Meeting Held Mrs. D. C. Bullard, Mrs. W. A. Junior Wilkinson Wednesdayof per
The Intermediate "B" Girl'i Myers and Mrs., Robert L.
their home here. After play- last week. They also visited ,
class of the Manville Baptist Myers.,
games the'young peoplewere' with Mrs.
School held a business Little Miss Angela Waters,
serVed'birUiday Sunday .
cake, I Fred Lang. Mr. Parrish returned -
cookies, and ke cream. meeting at the home of Miss I daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Jack to Avon Park Friday 1
Helen Sweat Tuesday. night Waters of Jacksonville spent at ; ..
Mrs. J. C, Nolan entertainedat and Mrs. Parrish stayed on ; .
After the meetingthe last ,week, her
her home 'last Saturday March 27. with grand- Brooker "with her son anddaughteHnlaw

night,March 31, with a weiner girls enjoyed punch and mother, Mr?. Dorothy Waters, to help take
cake. while here sister, Lynn, underwent -
roast and party honoring her care of her new grandson, v
daughter, Lana, on her 16th Miscellaneous Shower ,surgery in the Baptist .who was born on March 26 $ : c "
Birthday. After a delightful The Young People's class of Hospital, Friends will be gladto in Bradford County Hospital.YY.TTTTTTTTYY" + .. 'i :
evening, the young folks enjoyed Maxville Baptist Church en- know .that Lynn is getting V

a delicious birthday cake tertained at the church on along nicely. .
and drinks. Thursday night, March 29, Mrs. Dorothy Waters and V

Births with a miscellaneous showerfor son were dinner guests of Mr. BROO.KE'RBy
Griffis Miss Jewel North whose and Mrs. Jack Waters in
Mr. and Mrs. Waver
wedding to Dave Coverdalewill i Jacksonville Sunday. ,
the arrival of a
announce be an event of April 20.' Revival Services Being Held Shirley Green .., t'::4:4.' .:.
daughter, Pamela on
Sunday, March 25 at the Games were played and prizes Revival services are being A. iA .A A ''C' < Yi.S: .

Bradford County' Hospital.Mr. I awarded to Peggy Smith and held at the Manville Baptist
and Mrs. Gene English; Helen North, after which the Church this week starting Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardyof Mrs.
her many nightly at 7:30 and will Starke and Mr. and
announce the arrival of a son,honoree opened p.m.
and useful' gifts. Deli- through Saturday night. A. L Crews of Lacrosse visit-
lovely run
David Eugene, on Friday,
cious cake and punch were Rev. Connie Johnson of Mid-i ed Mrs. Mattie Barry Sunday
March 30, in Bradford County ,..$ ?
Hospital.Mr. served to a nice crowd enjoy- dleburg is the evangelist and afternoon. : ; xy .

and Mrs. Junior Higgin- ing this occasion. Bob McClung is ,the song leader. Rev. and Mrs. I. T. Templeof .
Camping Trip The public is invited to Monticello were weekend'guests \
botham and son' and Buford
The Primary and Junior attend these services. of Mr. and Mrs. James
and E. D. Higginbotham en- I
Joyed the' Country Frolic at Boys classes ,of the Maxville, Mr.. and Mrs. ''Ray Pellum Temple and family. :Rev. I.:;; i
the Coliseum in Jacksonville Baptist Church enjoyed a delightful and family of Jacksonville T. Temple was the '''guest

Saturday night. evening camping out spent Sunday with Mr. and speaker at the Baptist,, .5 -
at the D. J.""Parrish place on Mrs. Francis Coleman and Church Sunday morning.Mr. : tlie Shell that could be bought at Shell
Mrs. Mutt Harris has returned I A Shell research turn drove this car ton Mileage tdaruthon record.They used sane fuel
Kingsley Lake last Friday Mrs. Carl Edwards
family :
home from the 'St.Vincent's .
night.' The boys and their and daughters of Gainesville: -
Hospital in Jacksonville Mr, and Mrs.. Don Jerkins
where. she underwent chaperones'enjoyed a weiner of Jacksonville were Sunday were Friday night guests of.:

surgery last week. She seems roast and the campfire all guests .of Mr..'and Mrs. C. B. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hodges. i must be world record.Here's 2. Avoid jackrabbit starts, Fast getaways' 1
night. About 19 enjoyed this 168 miles gallon a .
to be getting along nicely. Wilkinson and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sim-: per .
and ," "I. '
waste gasoline power. ', .
trip.Roger Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wright mons and, Mr. and Mn.. C. H.
Friends of Bobby Nolan will
Waters spent last Sat- of Gainesville were I record made and how aiuiet :
be glad to know that he was with his brotherinlawand and family of Jacksonvillewere Layfield : ... how was 3. Drive at' moderate sPeed: Your-car '\
urday Sunday guests of Mr. and
guests of Mr. and Mrs.
able to return to school Monday .
sister, Mr.'and Mrs.Rich- Mrs. N. C. Mott. : uses about 25 percent more.gasoline'at ,
after undergoing surgery Junior Wilkinson and familySunday. of careful driving and today'sSuper
In Bradford County Hospital.Mr. ard'Norman in Highland. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Baz-: .-. 65 mph than at 45 mph. S

and Mrs. Leslie Sweat .Mrs: Sarah Jim Hammond We'are sorry to learn that war of Jacksonville visited Shell help get better mileage. 4. Keep an even speed. Ragged driving ,
and daughter were. supper and daughter of Columbus, Leroy Griffis is 'seriously ill Mrs. Doshia Prescott last can you .
guests of Mr.: and'Mn.: Junior Ga. were' weekend guests of 'in the Duval Medical Center Sunday. uses extra fuel-without taking full advantage .

Goolsby and family in Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. Homer Thomas' and.:.wish him a speedy reeov- Mrs. Lloyd Wood and Mrs of the power it could g nerate.SOMB .- '.

last Wednesday night. and funDy.Mrs. ery.. Ernest Edwards were in Jacksonville of Shell scienfrom an old one-cylinder engine. I .
'Misses Alene Sweat and Joyce Padgett underwent Mrs Franklin Higginbothamof on business Monday.Mr. years ago, a group 5. Pace yourself in traffic. Don't'be'the ;

Glenda Smith, Howard Dur- surgery at Doctor's Hospital onville and Mrs.Fault : and Mrs. Edd Polk and had a friendly argument.The gist Since "on-and-ofP driving is illegal I on fastest or the I owest.You;11')justbetraP I "

rance and Dickie Harris en- in Starke last Monday of Hatlehurst, Ga, visited Mr. sons visited Mrs. Faye John- of it: who could get the most miles from a public roads-and since most Marathonmodifications I. I
and is getting along nicely. into wasteful I spurts and slowdowns I -
:- --r' >':; J' \'rl .:, : : ga1lonofgasoline.Theydecldedtofin d out are dangerous for normal 1 ., !
ii' r\ bom. wonder if Shell's Mileage 6. Keep tires up to their proper pressure, I
And Shell's Mileage Marathon was use-you may I

I t AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORYII' All contestants had to use the same gasoline Marathon had any point. Soft tires can soak up power. I I'I ,

anybody could buy at a Shell station. Indeed it did. In the months of p ig7. Ask your Shell dealer about these 1 k

that the Marathon had few rules. rations, every contestant learned a bit checks: Spark timing should be set cor- t
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And ingenuity wild. S more about the care and feeding of autoreetly.. Fuel filters and air cleaner should ;: ii i

BRAKESHull's I AUTO SALES &: SERVICE GARDEN SUPPLIES POWER SAWS mobiles. Knowledge of this sort gets be cleaned regularly. Brakes should be

Brake Supply VOLKSWAGEN Johnson & Fare, MeCULLOCH How the record was set passed along I to you in the form of better properly adjusted. And your cooling sys- ;'.' )

-BRAKE: SPECIALISTS"For Sake Sarrtee: Parts Inc.Cbaspiete Here are some of the things. that: Dave Shell products for your car. tern thermostat must work right '

Every Car or Truck Miller-Brown MotorsInc. Ilms -rLANTSraRTltals Line of NEW-USED CHAIN lAWS- 8ALBEI Berry and Fred Schuette, the winning EXAMPLE As a result of Shell's research Motorists who follow these rulevand '

Turning While- Grinding You Wait- Reusing FBZ-4SS. 8BRVICS'Florida team, did to set their record. studies, including I many mileuse Super Shell,can expect good mileage. ::1

1111 S. Main Gainesville 1030 E. University Avt.OainesYilJ 'We 1JMeeUdcI. -Tet SQtUeI Saw Co. None are recommended for informal age tests, one of the 9 ingredients Chances are,you can improve the mileage .
FR 2.9829 Rent Fertiliser Spre&4ewX. n 1.1111253N.1. do offer few dues
234 W. 8th Ave. lIttl Dr marathons. But they a in today's Super Shell is a mileage. you are now getting. Now that you know.

AUTO RADIATORS B & G Motors Co. FR2H7IGainearilfe. Oa1fleevilleSEWING on how to get more miles per gallon. booster called Platformate. This in- how,why not give it a try?

CADILLAC OLDSHOBILE PI*. MACHINES .. Berry and Schuette removed their engine gredient alone can release up to 8 percent ..
Butler's Radiator F85 HILLMAN I '. .
Sale and Service HI-FI STEREO Sewing Machine cooling fan to save power and muffled more energy per gallon than the

Service tel N. W. 13th. BL 441 Top Tunes"The their radiator to retain heat. finest WO-octane aviation gasoline.
Service Co.
FR 8.7515 t-
Moat Modern Core la St edt Little Record < :;
Bfef eet
smooth and Result extra'mileage.
New Home White They used tires .worn :
Repairs All Cars Truck' DOfiOE LAND Shop in the S utfc"

National Trailer BleW SIMEA Ili-FI Stereo Component Dealer NeeoU _.Piatt pumped up to 50 pounds pressure to cut. To help boost mileage even more, follow ; i
619 fi.: W. 4th Av ., GtiaeeviUiFK204M Pilot Harman Sales & Service
Parts Service friction minimum. C ti E I I '
rolling to a :
USED CABS TOO KLH Fairchild GairardSll Repairs On AH Makes these driving tips 1 from Berry and Schuette. .

Poole Gable Motors W. talon Ave. G&IDN 815 W. UniT. Ave.. GUaemJ' On the road, they accelerated to 20.
AUTO SALES & SERVICE FBS-27SS and How JOB can save gasoline
: : 119 S. E. lot. Are. GainesvilleFR miles per hour, cut the ignition

RffEEIAL;' CUM" s- *u ,EABIESWEARCherry's. ROOFING .rolled until speed dropped to 5 miles per 1. Don't race your engine when standinghour.

PLYMOUTH Authorized T1LUNTSato Porta CAMERAS The Helzel Co. Then they repeated the cycle. still. Unnecessary engine speed is pure

8efitcI Fuller's Foto kic. Galees e's Uoai ffeabfeoafeto S ROOFING NOTE: they used a standard carburetor waste and takes you nowhere. '. .:. S .
Address For 1At1DE.B8SBS ., ..
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suns coin
t1esdQasehq r No Job Too Large Or Too Ssaa! I. .- ..
Co. Ouatna Pbote I8inI"lJ&l" & ACC&S8G&XS3IN 2M S. E. .4*. SL Gafaes BtFR -I < .

T. V. Stamps W. Unlventtr. Gainesville 2-1401 "._ "
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204 N. J.lainGaineaville :-0711J MOVER VACUUM CLEANERS


INSIST THAT ALL TOCBCONCJLBTT Mayflower "It It Needs Repairs .

HBtClTKY PRODUCTS Bring In To Kirby's' ; (This service guaranteed in writing)


Authorized Salt S Trtca-, Edwards DISTANOS MOYINQ Authorized Kirby Distributor

> Part Building Storage And Crating Kirby Mann's Shell Service ...." Rivers Shell Station

Trained' Mechanics -, Oral Supply, Inc. I GamN11le F3t C-USi Cor Madison & Church Starke', : Graham r' lSmith's

UM Cars 72* 5. Main PR 24444OftlntsvlUt. I Sales & Service ,*.
-- Ra MUSIC SUPPLIES 12 S. \Y. 1st Gauieivffl

Barkley Motors FR 6-7110 _. .. Shell Service ; Stallings Truck Stop
615 N. Main OafrwttH ELECTRIC MOTORSElectric Lillian's Music Store -- U. S. 301 Ltwtej _' '. i. U. S. 301 Waldo l li

Crane Motor Co. Motor -Ga1un&IIA er- Buck's Grocery -, ; Prescott Service Station
,1Jue ua Universal + :.
LABK1NGLUENGLISH '- Repair Ce. ,KSAXAVES WTNTEB- Welding U. S. 301 (North) Starke Middldburg

FOSD OF GA1 ZSYE1Z. INC. CABiIi CompanyPipe f x.: .

MERCEDES BENZ VOLVO, 'COUPLETS ELBCTRIC! PIANOS, FIANOSGAXS* jOelueas Steel Fairiestlo I Bill Reddish Store '0:.'.- Baker's Shell Station '
Authorized Sale ft: Boric MOTOR CHORD OBGANS ,-|1 !-S75 Steel Repair Trod; : .5. 5 '" <
"Coapfet* SerrlM f.. Afl BALES' AND sic I Wtitaraarirr ffeiatUttfe Bodies .-Trailers .. Heilbrono* Springs Lake Geneva
>Hike i "Dtstdbuter ef SPECIAL DESIGN o.v'f :

lOt- S. University AT*. New Lincoln Motors"PE BudctUF&C59U OnameBtai Iron Werk 'Harley's Garage, Prevatt's s Shell Station JOHN A. TORODE :

IB> 4251OalnenWe 2-tm 519 3. Main Gainesrill _: mgkwaJ 1& (East) Starke E. Brownlee St. Starke Distributor S ,
] ,. JI!&. Ittft 8. Mala. a.wnmt: 113 8. E. First 0I.WnWI FR 6-7451
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