Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 1, 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
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System ID: UF00027795:01221
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Official County Publication Established In 1879



r T Trrr 15 1 Prisoners Get Time, Extended Torso Of Mutilated Body.Is

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F; s-: i For Escape Or Attempted EscapeFifteen .

: inmates of the centenced to six months for Found In Georgia .

State Prison at Raiford were escape. Bradshaw, servingter

given additional sentences ns from Bradford and

; __________________ ranging from six months to Union counties for escape,
', '__4.. ,t.i_ 4'- life last;, Friday in circuit was one of two prisoners who The torso of an unidentified white plan, found near -S Co.,. :f'.:

t court after they pleaded escaped from the prison on Sylvester, Wednesday morning, may be that of the t ;

guilty to escape and attempted January. same man, parts of whose mutilated body were found &

escape. According to prison offici- near Highland Tuesday. The torso was brought to the

--., Judge George L. Patten als, Bradshaw, after escaping, Jacksonville morgue Thursday morning, but no pos- :

I 301 Beautification Under Way meted out a life sentence to aid in the woods overnight. itive conclusion had been reached at press time. 'T
Thomas Bradshaw, 33, who then; entered the home of :
The head and fingers of the dead man, the partsof
was charged with breakingand Clayton Strickland Jr. at
Beautification of the islands Club. is seen above conferringwith Starke Woman's Club with the entering involving a dan- whose dismembered body have apparently been f _

of U. S. 301 [north, ]. within A. 'L. Tompkins, assistant State Road Department do- gerous weapon. He was also Raiford after Strickland'swife strown up and down the highway by an unknown sad- ; ;
had left for work. Strick- _
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the city limits is well under- maintenance engineer for ing the planting according to istic killer, are still missing, the authorities say. Brad- -
land, a prison employee who
way. with most palms in place district two of the State Road its plan. Contributions of cash nad ford Deputy Sheriff Willard Williams reported that -
been put all night look-
I and the ground prepared for Department, concerning the and shrubbery were received in- Former Clay HillMan ing for Bradshaw, came home his department received word that the torso had been _
from business and
planting the smaller shrub- many
planting.The and'started to enter the found about 2 p.m. Tuesday. J. P. Hall Jr., chief deputy
and dividuals. The City has agreed
bery grass. house.As sheriff of Clay County said that Georgia authorities
Mrs. H V. Knight representing beautification project to keep the palms and shrub- ChargedIn : : : -
the Starke Woman'sTwo is being sponsored by the II bery waterei: after planting. he cracked the front reported only that "the torso was found by a passer- _

t I I door, he saw Bradshaw in the by along the side of the road." T .
Ir Wife living room pointing a shot- Clay County Sheriff J. P.I
InjuredI Slaying the car, hitchhiked to Starke __
at him. Strickland quickly -
: ,. yt gun Hall said last night that two -rr
and then to the '-
the prison wherehe _
door step-
'eads into the identity of the : :.
; 2: a gave himself up. I L _
4 ped outside and called other
California police are holding fiead man are being investi! I_ : ; _
% Autos Hall said that Cornett. whoa --i
; Alonzo A. Strickland 43, form- guards who sutrounded the gated. One is a man, namedJ. J -
a parole violator _
:f apparentlyhad
I ':' erly of Clay Hill, on chargesof house and Bradshaw sur O. Henderson, who has been _
'1 nothing to do with the
fatally beating his wife, rendered. missing from Yulee, Floridafor
: : : killing. He had been a parole
1 Hit Head-on: Ig ; Lorene[ Fields Strickland at Another unusual case was the past two weeks. But violator since 1959. Raiford _
{ '.'' $ their home in Santa Maria that of Arthur Rotola who Hall said Henderson's descrip- Warden DeWitt -
; Sinclair said
:I I _.4 Calif., last Saturday. was given two years for attempted tion, given by nis wife, does: Cornett told
Gene Edwards, 54, of 313 S.I I prison officialshe -
ChI Officers said that Strick- escape. Using his ingenuity not fit the supposed descrip- ,
Churdri l St., and Mrs. Cora C. surrendered because he ItL -
land was arrested while tryingto the prisoner had fellow tion of the dead man. The -
Griffis. ,55 Route 1, Lawtey was "tired of running.
', wash the blood of his 28- inmates cover him with other lead is a man who "may"be 1. :
were hospitalized as the reBuilt The limbs; had been chopped
year-old wife from the sidewalk dirt: in a drainage ditch and missing from Tampa. Hall -
_* apart with
of a head-on collision Sunday a sharp instrument
and walls of their home. used a lead pip to breathe raid: this man, whose name
afternoon about four milesnorthwest. .' apparently by an expert. The
II Police said Strickland apparently through. was unavailable, had received Bradford Deputy Sheriff Russell Redding is shown observing 1
of'I' Starke on Highway first fragment of the body wis
.) __44,4 beat his wife with a However guards searchingfor threatening phone calls after the hiding place of one of the fragments of the body of the
16. round: 36 feet from U. S. 301
rock weighing several .pounds, giving testimony in court. unidentified dead found
I Mrs. Griffis, whose injuries I the missing prisoner saw and the second 17 feet fartheron man near Highland Tuesday. The

t included a.'fractured right leg starting inside the house and the pipe. sticking up from The only: other ray of light down an old fire-break White marks the exact spot one fragment was found."The .
continuing on the sidewalk.He the ground and one placed which has so far seeped into
is still in ''the hospital but her reached easily from the road.
condition is. described as good. --- then dragged her'body to :his hand over the pipe. The the case, Hall said, is the voluntary All the parts were practically,. Wizard Of Oz" .

Edwards was released Wednes'p One More For The Junk Pile the family station wagon earth started trembling and surrender of Charles hidden in palmettos. abundant -I

I which was parked four blocks Rotola emerged from his Cornett to Raiford prison au in 'the area..

day.Mrs.. Gnffis who was on her Wrecked car owned by Gene.Edwards Is hauled off to the away, and later deposited it "grave., thorities. Cornett abandoned a The gruesome discovery was Annual BHS Musical ComedyTo
at the gates of a cemetery
way,to a funeral near the State Junk yard after head-on collision on Highway 16 Sunday after- : Other prisoners sentenced 1959 Thunderbird automobile made by O. L. Norman. 17, of

Farm told State -Trooper Neal noon. By strange coincidence, Sanday'tJ wreck was near-dupli police reported i for escape,were.Wallace Gab- approximately two miles northof Highland who ;told ClayCounty I II

I Fowler that Edwards' car ,was"weaving" cate, in location and circumstances, of another head-on collision Rev.Strickland James L.is[Jim the Strick son:of; bard; four years; Donald Mc- where the parts of the deputies he spotted to.I. Be Presented Feb. 8 9 12 ;
butchered body were found ,
he Ewen four Charles of man's he
as approached, years; part a leg while
that claimed two lives on Jan. 12. This time, however, there land of Clay Hill, and the ,
,going toward: Starke, and that Simm ns. one. year; Paul M. near Highland. He was seen was'walking through the
,as he neared her car he cut were no fatalities. murdered woman/ was the Foster three. years; David L leaving the car at about U a. to his grandmother's house. February 8, 9. and 12 are year's play wiU\ be seen a \

"straight across,the road1 giving -. daughter. of :Mrs. :Stri kland Stout; 'four years; George m. Tuesday morning shortly Sheriff I Hall said the 'butchering the dates.for the only three heard ,again,thisyear:, v

her no time 'tojbrake or Record Now 4-13 '. ...._. .fc.? .pr7ipu3 marriage.Strickland .. .Oiffjy ,no-: ..tsIa1Wayman before the parts of the"body .took*. place &Oh1ewh'ereebe performances of the Second The overturefor allthi -

turn aside to 'avoid" a collision. ,and'Bs.famDy. Thompson, six,months. Those were found. and the limbs; 'may have annual musical. comedy pre- .- '.
had lived in Santa 'Maria .sented"at Bradford performances will begin :
Mrs. Grif fis car was! knocked ..sentenced' for attempted. escape Authorities said Tuesday I been washed before they were High .
I back 44 feet from the point of BHS Cagers Win Fourth about five years. ;He, was em.. besides Rotola were that Cornett had stolen the tossed into the palmettos, as School. 7:30 p. m. with curtain tfc. ,

impact, and Edwards' car ployed as a bus driver"for a David Langlois, five years; car last Saturday from South- there were only a few blood- This year's production. "The approximately 10 'minutes -, -

jumped into reverse and backed construction company at David Langplis.: five years: side Ford Motors In Jackson- stains. He said a cleaver, hat- Wizard of Oz. is being done ter.

122 feet across the shoulder of 42-39 Over Lake ButlerStarke 'I Point.Arguello. site of a Navy Charles Allen" five years; ville. Clay Deputy Sheriff J. chet or saw apparently had by the combined junior and Sandra Solano and BId .iJ

the road and through a ditch missile facility.) John: J. McNamara, five: P, Hall Jr., who questioned been used to chop up the senior classes with a cast of Martin, a newcomer since la. !,
before being stopped by a fence couple's four years and Joe B. Pruitt, four Cornett four hours Wednesday body. over 40 students. Many of the year will star as "Dorothv,"
2'' Tornado basketball- home Saturday against Live Fred 10; John 8; chlldren-I said the man abandonedThis1 A-Duval County criminal Investigator same performers seen in last the little girl who is whisked
post.Calvin broke last week by Oak for two which begin Sally. 3 .years. :
ers: even games 5; and off to
Starling of Davis who viewed the remains the Land of Oz. M >d-
Hotel, Starke, a passenger in topping Lake Butler 42-39 at 7 p. m. Next Tuesday gators that they had not rI r- \. at the morgue said they Rotary Hears ford Shealy is the scare-crow.

Edwards' car received minor Saturday for their fourth win the team will again be away; heard their parents quarrel. I I .. apparently were cut expertly.He who seeks the Wizard to geta
but losing 66-56 Tuesday from home against P. K. The body of.Mrs. Stricklandis .' Rev. DunaganRev.
injuries.Mrs. said there were no jagged brain; David Ingram is the
night to Fernandina's Pirates. Yonge in Gainesville for two expected to arrive some time .!
Griffis' 1952 Chevrolet
edges and that the joints had Tinman who is looking fora
The in Lake Butler at 8 m. from California and ; t1J.jLL .
1 and Edwards' 1951 Ford were game games p. Friday jI I. been "unhinged," rather than W. M. Dunagan, pastor heart, and Rowan Thomas

Il both estimated at total losses Saturday night was tight all will remain at the J. L. I, pulled apart. of the Madison Street Baptist will star as the cowardly lion
Edwards with the way with the Tornadoes McLeod Strickland home at Clay Hill Church was guest speaker at
.. was charged Larry -- '-' : Among the parts at the who seeks courage from the
moving ahead after a first until Sunday.. Funeral services the Rotary Club Wednesday
I driving while intoxicated, Fowler Jacksonville morgue are the Wizard. Linda Wasdin. also a
half 18-18 tie Dave'Ingram led will be held at 2 p.. m. Sun- ; ; discussing the importance of
said. .
I ,Seriously HurtIn right thigh; .a large bone, apparently star in last year's play. has
with in Long Branch Church i ijot unselfish service in the business
the. Starke scoring punch day from the left thigh, the role of the Wicked Witch
followed by John with Brinkley Funeral Homeof world, as well in and
19 points as private
Guard Families FallLarry which had been scraped clean: of the West and Richard
Williams with 9 and Chuck Riding Macclenny in charge of religious life.
I both legs from the knee down; i Waite will be the Wizard ol I

Move Out Of Camp Moore with 7. I arrangements. both feet; both arms from the The speaker said that many Oz.

Against Fernandina Tues Bruce McLeod 9- ;, .., _, elbow down. with all fingers I. businesses fail because of a I Other students featured in
_ Practically all of the eight day night on the home floor year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. $7,500 Awarded I' ". _,_ '", removed from both hands; lack of loyalty on the part of the production are Patty Kay
or ten National Guard families the Tornadoes led the entire I Alan McLeod of Starke Is
Starke Man -, and two arm sections from el- employees, or a disregard of Lyon Elbert Hersey, Susan
the half into the third but still
living on Camp first going somewhat improved .
I I e Vow to shoulder. The skin had lie rights of others on the Slade. Jimmy Smith Bernie
Blanding! reservation have quarter with an eight point!''I t. a critical condition in the In Civil Court ",",. ;,.;;; been scraped from both palms part of management. No business Collins, and Diane Simmons.
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moved to homes off the post lead. At one point in the sec-', University Teaching Hospital, .. .,. ,. ; avoid identifi i
,,, apparently to can succeed unless it I The show will also feature
1 in accordance with a decisionby ond period they led by 11 Gainesville after being Arvil C. "Pappy" Roulstonof : cation. thinks in terms of the needsof such popular "Some-

the State Armory Board points.A thrown from a run-away horse Starke was awarded $7,500 _. ,'-, ---- -- '-"'. ------,- The investigator said the others, the speaker said. I where Over the songs Rainbow as and"We're
1 to vacate the houses by March full-court press, employed last Thursday afternoon.A I in civil court last Friday for cutting had been done witha I Rev. Dunagan was introduced :
Off To See the Wiz
-- 1. at the beginning of the second 4th grade student in damages received in a 1958 automobile is the shade all tattered and torn sharp instrument. He also I by A J Thomas Jr. ard.

The de Jon was made due I half by the visiting Pirates. Starke Elementary School accident in Jackson- That hangs in the courtroom all forlorn said the dismemberment was I .

_ to the poor state of repair of proved the undoing of the Larry went home in the after- ville.The I similar to a method of butchering i I I _

_ 1 the houses, which were not Tornadoes as the ball was stolen noon with a schoolmate TomI defendant was E. II "Increasingly Nondescript"Jaycees used by people in rural I_ _1 -'

considered worth' the extensive from them .for easy lay- my Smith to ride horses. The I Mitchell Jr. who was named in sections some time ago. Today -

renovation that would be ne- ups several times in a row. By horse ran away running un- the suit after his teenage son he said people cut the -w-- -4 -

cessary. It is believed that the the end of the third periodthe der a tree limb which struck hit Roulston at an intersection ; Score Condition flesh first, then saw throughthe _ _
houses will be sold by the Pirates had nearly caughtup the boy and threw him to wrecking the Ford pick-up bone. -- 75 '

Armory Board after the March and with two minutes gone 'he ground. Larry received a I truck the Starke man was: driv Sheriff Hall said the fact -

deadline. in the fourth quarter they fractured skull, broken left ing. I T Of Bradford's CourthouseS that body fragments at High-

- The only National Guard tied the score 48-48. shoulder and multiple cuts land were found off the east

\ families remaining on the Junior forward Herb Nelson and bruises.He side of the highway may indicate
post after that date will be led Starke's scoring effort was in a critical condi- C of C Report Jaycees, whose slogan and to then take immediate that the victim was kill- I: ?
with 14 with "
Maj. V. J. Spengler. USP&FO points hitting tion upon arrival at the hospital Housing DemandFor is "Young Men of Action steps to give us a courthousethat ed somewhere downstate and I .
warehouse supervisor and St. accuracy with a jump shot and underwent brain ." feel that in its present will reflect credit to our disposed of by occupants of a I II _______

1 3gt. Chester Wood of the from the right hand side of surgery. Although now improved WorkersThe condition the Bradford community and our county." car headed north on U. S. :I :
the freethrow.line.. Chuck II
-'i, Command Field Maintenance his release from the I County courthouse is neithera The letter was signed by 301. !
'Moore John
and Williams had
I Shop Fire Control. hospital is still uncertain. \ Chamber of Commerce thing of beauty nor a Abe Abercrombie Jaycee No clothing was found with : -
.I 12 points each and Dave In- I reports a brisk demand for source of pride. for citizens of President.For the remains. I I '
I gram had 5. The team's record two bedroom furnished __
I I the county. several years the court- Parked near Cornett's Tbun-!IiL
March of Dimes : is now 4-13. Starke Students coming I.
;- houses by families In 'a letter addressed to the house has been a source of derbird and only a mile from _- i.- -
: JY Action To Receive here in connection with theconstrcutkm Bradford County Commissionlast controversy, not only from an i the murder scene was a 1952 -- ---
Wicked Witch of the West, Linda Wasdin U the
DANCE Starke Baby Tornadoes also of Florida Hy
: week the Jaycees said: esthetic standpoint. but also Buick reported stolen from D.
k broke even last week by top- Four UF DegreesFour drocarbon's extraction plant "Our club in regular. business : due to claims by.several coun- J. McDaniel of Jacksonville on monchklns, Inhabitants of 3Iunchkinrflle in the Land of Oz in

k USO Building !ping Lake Butler's -JV squad dear Brooker. There are also meeting on Dec. 28, : ty officials that it does not Monday. The Florida tag on a scene from the Junlor.Senior Class production The Wizard

I 70-27' but dropping a tight one, students from Starke 11 some families coming here voted unanimously to express afford sufficient space for the the .Buick was.covered with a of Qz."

Saturday, Feb. 3 I to Fernandina 37-38. will receive degrees at the In connection with the construction to your honorable board our needs of their offices. County 1961 Alabama tag which FBI

1:00 \: Barry Firth led his teammates mid-year commencement exercises -: work on U. S. SOl concern about progressive-- Judge T. A. Yawn has repeatedly men were checking out today.

9:00:, Till 1 over Lake Butler with of the University of I'I'Florida. South. the Chamber report ly increasing nondescript appearance asked the board for Lawtey Marshall Sumpter

Music By 18 points followed by Richard in the university gym- ed. of our courthouse more spacious quarters, with Harley said Tuesday that the

DO-RE-MI COMBO ; Hobbs with 12 and Bob'Moody nasium Saturday night. The : Anyone having two or and more, particularly' the no success to date. Buick was broken down in

with 11. Hobbs also suffered processional is scheduled for three bedroom houses for courtroom therein. Early last year the Commission that town until approximately

3 Per Couple I a fractured left arm in that 7:45: pjn. II I :rent i* asked to list them "We feel that .the county turned thumbs downon 11 a. m. Tuesday. Accordingto

II game and will be sidelined for at this Immediately with the Cham courthouse should be a structure the suggestion by an Bradford Deputy Sheriff
Receiving I I
several weeks. ber. Also persons that have tfwhich all citizens in architect that the old court- Russell Redding who checkedthe

Harold Bishop led the Baby time.will be: Sandra Johns I places that, can be fixed up the county. could be proud house be abandoned and the: boys Monday night their

ji This Space Contributed. Tornadoes in their losing effort Durkee. bachelor of arts in i iI I In a harry to meet such requirements "Further, we believe that if site sold to help finance anew names were James Blair' and

Weekly to Publicize against Femadina with; 11 education; .Robert ,I*. Kelly: are urged to do I we ire' to mAke any significant courthouse in another Ronnie OiH and they were

points while Ernest Jenkins bachelor of building .construction -i so and let the Chamber. I progress in beautifyingand location. The architect said headed for Jacksonville.

_I Community Events by Andy Strickland and Bob : Glen Reddish bachelor I know about It.Coiistructlon. improving the appearance it would be unwise to spend Duval County investigators :

) The i I Moody had 8 points each. at the hydrocarbons i of our county seat our any considerable sum of said an autopsy of, the body L
Community I Both Tornado teams will I of building construction; and plant is expected government buildings !1 ouJd.the''W&'m' money In attempting to remodel fragments conducted at the
The'entire cast of the Junior-Senior Class
: William Edwin Torode m 'to-start between February -"" :0" to production TheWizard
tiavel to Macclenny this Friday set' the old' building Duval County medical exami
State Bank. for two games beginningat bachelor of science in business 5 and 15. "We ask of you to recognize meet present and future ner's office in Jacksonville I of Oz" is shown happily singing The Merry Old Land
I of Oz," after the Wkked Witch baa been killed.Z .
1 6:30 p. m. but will be at; administration. the need for this action. needs. -. Co&tixxuod cs P&$8 t] '_.



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... Jimmy Lawson spent the Rescue Unit Andrews Defeats less driving in school zone, CONGREGATIONAL Alice May Heal Rogers deceased. I

weekend in Auburndale with forfeited bond of $27.50.Curtis I
HOLINESS CHURCH First publication on February
Mr. and Mrs. David Lawson Local Finance Preston Smith, public I 1st 1962.
I /fr% 1 .. % How'Ordering; S. I North 301, 2 1-2 miles out 2-1 4t :2-22:: DERK
.< and other re1 ..Uves.i 'j In Bantam 'Play Intoxication forfeited of town on left of the road. I. FL-:

-;, :Mrs. Ralph Dixon .and son, fast' 'AMKits) .( : t; bond, ,.of, $27.50.- 'I I Young People's Meeting, NOTICE OF INTEM-IOX TO I STARK ,
Bill, of Winter Garden were I The Bantam Basketball :Sammy Lee,Kimball Negro i i REGISTER FICTITIOUS SAME
Friday 7:30 p. m. Sunday Notice is hereby given that
,weekend guests of :Mr; and I Lea opened ,its season last, failure to have vehicle under School 10 : the undersigned: under the pro- I SUN.-MON.-TUES.,
.''I a. m. Sunday Night
..J MiVS MOOTY PRQNE 964M51w Mrs. Guy Sale. The Bradford- County CD Monday afternoon in the control and causing accident, I visions of Chapter ),953. Laws : FEB. 4-0-6
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Worship 7 p. m. Everyone of Florida, Acts of 1941. will
Mrs. W. E. :MiddletOn and fiescue Unit Is taking orders Armory,. with Local Finance forfeited bond of $27.50. I cordially invited to attend I register with the Clerk of the : DOUBLE FEATURE
Miss Middleton attendd in Howard Robinson, Negro! Circuit Court in and for Brad- I "The
Madge for first aid kits ranging Andrews i Sergeant
Among the college students Mrs. Bynum Perkins was a Company defeating Rev. Carl Edmondson pastor.. ford County Florida, upon
.+A rome for mid-semester vaca- medical patient in Bradford the funeral of Mrs. Mattie price from 79 cents to $15. Drugs 20-18. i failure to have vehicle under! receipt of proof of publication I Was A Lady"
,Grooms in Jacksonville Saturday is the auto- control and causing accident I of this notice, the fictitious
The most popular
j.ion are: Judy Lesawyer, Senate County Hospital from Thursday.to The game was close from : BAYLESS HIGHWAY :anie of Econ-O-Wash, under
t' Tranams and Mary Agnes Sunday. afternoon type kit for $3.95. Anyone interested -i.the start with Local Finance i forfeited bond of $37.50. : CHURCH SCHEDULE which we are engaged In busi- I .-PLUS-
I McLeod is confined in in kit is asked to Ernestine Barnes Negro, disorderly -: ness at 211 W. Madison St Beneath '
Larry ? a City.
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.ilatthews from ,
,, U. of F.; and Mrs. W. B. Sewell and Mrs. leading 8-4 in the first quartj j : Sunday School, lOa. m gtni-V Fla.
with a I not
University Hospital 1 conduct guilty.
_,,.fleorEepatten. Jr. from Stet- H. L Brownlee are in Reddick I call Eugene Lee. committee er, only to see Andrews Morning Worship. 11 R. R. and Cleo Andrews. Rt. The Sea
skull fracture and dislocated Lillie Jackson Negro, disorderly -i a. m
at 964-3674. Fla. Ervm
chairman 9i Brooker. ;
::on. today visiting Mrs. Sam Igou. Drugs rally to tie the score i 1 Box
shoulder which he received last] conduct not guilty. I II Training Union, 6 p. m and Fay Andrews. Andrews ,Plus Cartoon'VED.JI'HURS.
Freddie Thomson of U. of Miss Vida Jean Gentry a senior > "P.urpose of the sale is the I at 10-10 at the ,half. I Evening Service 7 p. In. Prayer Drug Co.. Starke Fla
afternoon while I I !
r. and Mr8.John. Griffin of at Wesleyan College Macon Thursday 'continuous effort ,to raise Adams was high for Local, meeting, Wednesday 7 p. Dated this 1st day of February .,
horseback 'riding. Ringling Circus i 1J62 ft Starke
i A. D. .
S OchlOchne. Ga. are .visiting Ga., is spending this week funds for needed equipment, ; Finance ,with eight points 1, m. Choir practice Wednesday Bradford, County, Florida FEB. 7-8

: 7-.lr. ,and Mrs. F. F. Stomp with her parents Mr. and Mrs.J. J. F. Bloodworth entered the Chairman Lee said. "In re- while James Watt;. had eight I Is, Showing Now 8 p. m'. %-1 ft %-%! DOUBLE FEATURE

S t this week. L. Gentry. University Hospital on Mondayfor ponse to recent requests the I| points for the losers. The Revolt Of
S iY. toward adapt-i In Jax Coliseum I By: George H. Pierce
*r* Mr. and Mrs. Everett Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Womack surg unit is working j The next game will be Attorney for Plaintiff t .

and Mr.. and Mrs. Joseph ,Jr. of.;Nashville_ Tenn.. Mr. and Mrs. Titus, Olson II. uig a vehicle capable of heIP- Tuesday with Register Oil I _ 2-1 4t 2-22 The Slaves
:: Tanko of Mich. were overnight guests Sunday were Sunday dinner guests of. :ng people in areas where ,II playing the Local Finance at The 1962 edition of Ring- In Count 1 PLUS
Detroit were Court InAnd -
Waldo. :
S of Mrs. W. N. North. Mrs.. Mae Hawkins in I lire rescue or fire protection I 3:30 and Andrews Drugs vs ling Bros. & Barnum & Bailey j ji For Bradford County,
Sunday and Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. David G. Scott r not be available." The ; i Circus is now showing in the FloridaIn "The Sign Of Zorro"Plus
: Mr. and Mrs. Owen Vaughn. Among those from here at- I may Court Shoe Repair at 4:30. I re: Estate of Alice May Heal
Jr. of Clearwater were weekend i Jacksonville Coliseum -
I l vehicle will primarily be designed spacious Rogers dec.NOTICE. I Cartoon
Mr.. and Mrs. Glen Reddish tending the Florida. Sheriffs '
.I guests of Dr. arid Mrs. O. L. and salvage with the final perform- TO CREDITORSAll "I.
to recover
will. leave Feb.. 12 for Penns-. .Association banquet in the. Haynes Jr. i household goods I 5,945 Cars Daily scheduled for Sunday creditors of the estate of FRI.-SAT., FEB. 9-10
: grove,_N. J. where Mr. Reddish Roosevelt. Hotel, Jacksonville, i personal and : ances Alice May Heal Rogers, deceased -
: Mrs. Fred Blackburn of as well as carrying extinguishing Traveled U. S. 301 :afternoon. I are hereby notified and DOUBLE FEATURE
.has accepted position\ with.the JaSt ,Thursday ,night ;were Greenville N. C. is visiting her Last ,year nearly 50,000 I required to file any claims or "I The Man From
""DnPont materials. I demands which they may have ,
CflStrUet1OnLd1VfSiOfl Sheriff and ;Mrs. P D, Reddish 1961U.
brother Carr Colley this 'week. Persons wishing to contribute -i During children and adults from I against said estate, in the oifir<
Mr, and Mrs.. Fred Prentice Sen. Charley E. Johns, Bitter
: Mrs. Aggie Jones of Calla- to this ,project may contact Jacksonville and surrounding of the count judge of Brad- C3 Ridge
I of, ,Chattanooga, Tenn. were Rep. A..J, Thomas. ., Police han is $spending two weeks with the L. B. Alvarez Service S. Highway 301, at communities enjoyed the ford courthouse County at StarKe.Florida, Florida in the -PLUS-

U weekend guests of Mr and Chief Wm., Rosser peputy Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones. Mrs. rescue unit point 3Va miles north of Waldo al beautiful and exciting attrac- within eight calendar months Head
Station or any Hole In The
and from the date of the first pub A
: Mrs. J. )t. Hixon. Willard Williams, and Mr. home had an annual daily average of
Tyler Jones returned member.! tion under the big dome lication of this notice Each
Friends of whos Mrs.Robert Green. of 5,945 vehicles per day demand must be uke of your hotn Plus Cartoon
: Bob Smith Friday from a week's,confinement I Coliseum. The 1962 edition of claim or in, for !
T. H. Slade was In Melbourne writing and must stat' th
according to a report;
S : stationed ill Okinawa for In St. Vincent's Hospital.Mr. Services Held in 1961 "the- greatesthow on earth"is place or residence and pon-I II i i.
: six months; may ,write him at last weekend attending the. and Mrs. Buzzy Green just released by the State said .to, include. one of the office address of the claimant | --

a the fallowing address: Robert conference of District Lay Leaders and daughter Sandra of Sunday For Road Department.This finest, collections of glamour. claimant and must his be agent.sworn or to his by thej attorney What Do You Know About .

a W. Smith. 5196758SR,,:Mobile of the Methodist. Church. Gainesville are spending the in- figure was 3.1 per cent, beauty, artistry, and talent or it will become void!'! ?
Griffis CHURCH
: Construction BN 5n Fleet tP. Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery between-semester vacation from Mrs. Alma ;ess than the daily average reported ever to.. appear before the according January to 25 law.1962. The MORMAN

0., San >Francisco ,33, Calif.. and,family were_in Jasper -.U. of F. with Mr. and Mrs. for 1960 but a gain of American public. Laura Louise Rogers ("hiNon When You Want To Know More Phone

: Airman l-C, Jerry Colley of on Sunday visiting ,Rev. Lex Green. Mrs. Alma Tendel Griffis 10.1 per..cent. over the daily The unchallenged king of Executrix of tht Estate
a Ankprage Alaska Is visiting and, Mrs. E., F. Montgomery.Mr. : Edward Law of Spartanburg, 48. of Starke died in a local average_ .for 1956. I the high wire, Harold Alzana,I' 964-4192
Thursday evening '
1 his mother, Mrs. Marjorie and Mrs. Steve Simmons S. C. and Bill Green of Stark hospital last The 301 average was the receives star billing for his Or Send Your Name And Address To:
a Colley for ten days., and children of, Miami, spent the weekend in Nassau. following a brief illness. in AIzana
spent late Gordon highest of any US highway amazing performance. ELDER JENKINS & JOHNSON :
: :Mrs. E. B. Andrews of Lake the weekend here with friends Mrs. Dora Bird and Mr. and Widow of the District Two with the excep- walks a 45 degree wire up to .

d Butler was visiting Mr,, and and. relatives.. Mrs Henry Carter of Maxvill Marlin Griffis she was bornin July tion of US 19 at Fannin a slender strand 40 feet above 346 N. Cherry St. Starke, Fla.

: Mrs.' N., B. Rosier Sunday Mr and Mrs. T. H. Slade were last Friday guests of Mrs. Trenton Florida on the Springs which reported 6,105 the arena floor where he

: aft rnoon.a attended the funeral of an aunt, Effie Johns. 22,1913. Her parents Olive were Ward -just 60 vehicles ,more per skips, jumps rope performsthe w-

4rs. David Whitmore and, Mrs. R. P. Jackson, in Bacon- Dick Alliger and George late Maricn and day than 301. The US 19 aver- giant swing and does

: daughter, Capt..Patricia Whit-' i ton, Ga. last Thursday.) They, Tyler Jones returned home Fri- Tendel of the and Pine she Grove was a Methodist member -- age was. 3 J... per cent. less than- other death-defying tricks. ama HARD

S more of Keystone Heights' were ,accompanied by Mrs. D were overnight guests Mondayof !ts 1960 figure but 23.1 per Thursday and Friday even- ICK''

: were Monday evening visitors. C. Forehand and Mrs. R. L.,:. Bill Green. Church. two daugh cent more. than its average in ing performances are at 8 0'-LM$54

of Mr. and Mrs. W., H. Noll Grace of Albany Ga. Mrs. Y. A. Harris is visiting Surviving are of 1956. clock and Saturday night's at .
Laura J
b man. Capt. Whitmore who is Friends. of Mrs. F. H. Kra- her sister Mrs. Effie stevenson. -] Lawtey ters: Mrs.and Miss Sarah Sue In third place in the district 8:45.: Matinees are scheduled \4O : \ = / EEK.F .
: of Rt. 1, Starke will be In Sebastian for several
stationed in Sacramento, mer I Griffis of Starke; five sons: was U. S. 90 at Pablo i for Saturday and Sunday at

U.. C 11f'i is being transferred to interested to know that her weeks. Marion M.. Johnny L., Vernon Creek bridge with a daily i iaverage' I 1:30 and 5:30: p. m. Children's It I
the Philippine Islands. father, Silas Irwin Shontz observed Mr. and Mrs. J. .M. Edwards all of 5,805. U. S. 1 at !I tickets are half price at the
and James Griffis of
his 96th anniversary -Attended the piano recital at @ @@(
: Among, those attending the birthday Starke Amon T. Griffis of Bayard. 15 miles south of 5:30 matinees only. @ '
at his home in Beaver Bartram School, Jacksonville, ; i i
Victor at tha I
gorge concert I fourth
Wauchula Fla., and five Jacksonville ranked
Jacksainrille Coliseum last Fri Falls, Pa. Monday.Mr. Wednesday afternoon in, which with 5,100. _

-i_flay evening were;:Df.. and.Mrs, and Mrs.:. Robert McClel. their daughters, Gayle and Dianne grandchildren. held US 17 north of Yulee had In The Circuit Court Ol FS895$
....'"" were participating.Merle Funeral services were Florida, Eighth JudicialCircuit I
1'. Rifch Jr. "Mrs
Mr. and Ion and Mr. and lira. George the graveside in the 2,7;30 average daily; US 41 at In And For UradfortCounlj ![ This man is titillated because: 1
::: Bobby Turner, Mrs. H. C.., Reddish and son, Larry, were Grider of Fernandina horn Ga.-Fla. line, reported 1.390; ; In Chaurery.; I I

i,** Brown, Mrs. G. J. McGriff Jr, weekend guests of Sheriff and Beach spent the weekend with Pine Grove Cemetery near and US,441 at .Ga.-Fla. line, DIVORCE Trade
and Mrs. R Raif ord Sunday with the Rev.J. .I Elva M. Scott Plaintiff vs.1 a. He kissed a moxie starb. '
his :
'-..Mooi' Mrs. George Fyrm} Jr., and Mrs.' Mrs. P. D. Reddish at Cedar H. Gnder.parents I D. Williams officiating. had' a .daily average of only Harold R.NOTICE.Scott, Defendant.. 'ii-1
0. J. Jr. ----
a, Phillips Key. He kissed the Blarney Stone
Hamilton of Burial followed in the family To. HaroldR. Scott 14017
_, Mrs. H. B.
I Rosemont, Detroit 23, :Michigan.You .
Starke and her sister;;Mrs. W. plot under direction of De- 880.MAYOR'S are hereby notified thata. All work and no milk makes No Quality Is SacrificedTo

{X.. Bowers.vt Jacksonville, attended Witt C. Jones Funeral Home COURTNine complaint for divorce, has Jack a dull boy. That's corny Offer This
peen filed against and
;you you
4 I HAVE LOT? the Camellia ,Show in of Starke. are required to serve a copy of paraphrasing but you can't deny
Cases before
; Jacksonville. on Sunday.. came your Answer or Pleading to, the that milk furnishes a world of
Starke, Mayor Randal Chitty Complaint on the plaintiff's: attorney
: : ... _<< Mrs. Eolinfe Smith, visited Grain Growers in Mayor's"1 Court Monday George I{. Pierce, 203- bodybuildingitamins.. Our FINE RANGE
6eraother, Jlrs. R. Q WeavrerSfiTlfi 205 North Temple Avenue. milk is always fresh always
I Jacksonville Urday.I May Sigh Now iJgt..........., ;n _._, Starke,Answer Florida and file the or- ,palatepleasing.iuiiwil.
Builda iginal or Pleading in
; Well James Pender, Negro drIving
the office'of the Clerk of the
I :Mr. and: Mrs. Lenujel Williams For Feed ProgramGrowers End Your Search For
without license and driv-: Circuit Court on or before the I
: and Mr and Mrs. Jimmy 24th day of February, 1962. If .
unauthorized vehicle
ing an.
:Rowe( visited Mr. and Mrs. Billy of corn or grain you fail to do so. a Decree Pro BETTER GAS SERVICEAT
forfeited. bond of 3750. Confesso will l Ioe taken against
; BEAUTIFUL 2 or 3 Bd. ,i Henderson in Ocala Saturday sorghum may sign up now to Robert .'H. Scott reckless you the'complaint.for the relief. demanded in
night.Mr.. take part in the 1962 feed
driving by dragging.. fined Done and ordered at Starke.
: Homes Custom Built j : andMrs.. T. H. 51ade are ,.grain program Felix Sap. $22.50. Florida this 30 day of January 1
at- chairman, Agricultural Stab j- A. D., 1962.
to Sunday
spending Tuesday
Robert H. Scott (SEAL) Slade Gas of Starke !
For driving ,
2 You Immediately tending the National L..F, Gas lizatlon and Conservation without Charles A Darby
license defendant
board meeting: of which Mr. County Committee announced :- Clerk Circuit Court !

Slaae is a member in Tuscoh, today. The signup period procured proper license; sentence Bradford Marian County L. Crosby., FloridaBy D. C I II I QUALITY SERVICE

Cash :Atii. They also'are .attending will extend from February5th suspended- Thomas & Pierce I

No Down the Layman's leadership Institute through March 30th. .Walter'BlIthe. -Hudson, reck. ,-

I-.. i : in New Orleans; La Operation of the program _t
K. G. Duncan attended the the Chairman explained, will i

,agents meeting the StandardOil be similar to the 1961't edI I

Prices S 95 I Co. in Delahd on Friday. grain program.

4.9 I Misses Ja5kW-Coney of Fernandiha Likewise, its objectives are

1 and Barbara Colley of I the same- [tl] _To increase' ,j

: From (Gainesville spent: Sunday with farm incpme; [21 to further : inc.

,., j their mother, Mrs. J. W. Ritch reduce the excess feed gram I :Vour Friendly Stor'4MEN'S j

** :and Mr.; Rit h and grandmother stocks: ; .r 3l) to. reduce: Government ;
.*. I Mrs. Daisy Perryman. i
costs of farm :
KIT _L .- programs .. ,. .
** t Mr. and, Mrs. Don Bagwell [4i] to"reduce' the risk of serious : ,

; MAIL THISCQUPOX;(TO: !and family were vi.ii fug } rand .overproduction of meat, ,!

-. LA RUE CORPORATION Mrs. Ed Bagwell in St. poultry and dairy products; J CLEARANCE

.t-r 400 W. Madison St. Petersburg over.the weekend. and [51 to .assure' consumers' I I ; JAs;

:; Starke, Fla. Mrs. Sarah Tjnderw od, and of fair and table'prices for ,
s*1 t Mrs. Mae Underwood Jones of these proaucts. ; :_ GIRLS GIRLS BULKY

NAME ____________:____:.____ Allentowrt, Pa. are visiting their I AND
All producers of corn or : LADIES "Cinderella"Dresses

:. ADDRESS _____---___________ Sister, Mrs. Ann Underwood grain sorghum are'eligible to ; : OrionSweaters
-ftkUW. Bissell, and family for three take part in the feed grain : CAR COATS

......... CITY & STATE ________..___..__________ i weeks. program which calls for the :: '
i.tr I }Mrs. Joe Spears of Ashland, diversion of acreage formerly [' C t

..M'...;.. ( ) I Own My Own Lot j Ky. was visiting Mrs. J. W. Kin- planted to one or more of : Regular $14.95 0 a S Better School Dresses And :
caid, and Mrs. O. L. Beasl y these into an approved
...- ( ) IDootOwnALt crops Dressy Dresses
:: ( ) I Would like Brouchures On lED Homes from Sunday to Tuesday.Mrs. soil conserving use. The 'pro- : TOPPERS & JACKETS Sizes 3 to 14 Regular I $4.95
Virginia McGuire of !
08- gram is voluntary; but pro- Sale $
Orlando spent the weekend with gram participation by farmers i

: BETTER BUILT rtOMES: !her( Mr.mother and Mrs.Mrs.Logan Errol Alvarez.Baldwin I who crops produce is required these if feed they grain want j jI Price x Sale' $ I Regular $5.98 Sale Price ;

: [DD. were guests of Mr. and Mrs.Iat : I u be.eligible for price support, I Sae! $ E

I } Steinberg at Daytuofe on their feed grain crops. i Price I IL I $$200

Beach oft Saturday night ,and
( Mr. Sapp said that for corn Price ,

; La Rue' Corporation of St.Col.Augustine and Mrs.on H.Sunday.Mr. C. Wall. in must and grain be a minimum sorghums, reductionof there- i I i Your Discount I W Your Discount

and Mrs. Comer Perry- 20 percent from the farm's ,
and son, Jimmy of'Jack. $$695
1959-60 Your Discount
*.:\ Display Model. 400. W. Madison Ph. 964-8641: sohvine were Sunday guests' of adjusted of average these crops.acreage as ; $$995 Your Discount; $298

.-. ... I Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman., Producers of oats and rye''' $19.95 VALUES $98

< # price. support if they comply I

:: Complete Photographic Service- with program.the corn-grain' sorghum i\1" Laaies', LADIES FALL Girls Discount .

-. CaM I Hallmark Gr fin: Starke Elementaryi ..SHOES; ; DDUCQCCiUjuuijO; COATS 50% ,LADIES


E Fttai I Cards I I.i i'- 'To Meet DRESS HEELS1loopPO Regular' $11.95 LADIES SKIRTS'

= WatchesJewelry "Feature Lock I
-- I, The Starke, Elementary P.

-- --" \.? Sthai1tShop t Diamond' I I!' T. A. will meet Tuesday. February -" Sale Price Bulky Our Regular $6.98
:Bi ;
d 6. at 7:30: ,p. m. in the 1 6
I : ,
= "' '' Wedding ,
t'ape.i school cafetorram., ,' Orion Sweaters Sale .
:Florida Seta A.. program' planned and. $$600 .
: PhWiftuStark :' .. 7 $ ____
an parents are urged to at- "
& Cardigans & Slip-overs Price
: tend.. .
= juiamondSavingSfcrmpswifh; Every Purchase t
; !
l Your Discount
.. t JGronfjfJOQFLATS
'_, 1
1 # t :\ ; Correction! $5J 00
J $555
= 11 ': ... ._ .
Tfll Telegraph Was In error r .

ri Juikh.tJ ( : In, last week's issue. January't Your Discount
tlii a ms; 22, when it announced that the'! ,
= .
:deadline for purchasingauto.

Ii ,v \ mobile 18.The deadline license tags is actually is February February :a l I98 .& 98Discounted for Quick Sale! :.\._. _.,$.3..19. 8., "

Iik ) 20 the same as it is each ;' -IIJfl_ _. _-- -_1...
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OES Officers BPW Luncheon .: Mrs. Johri MillerIs Beta Sigma Phi CD Staff Starke First Baptist Church. day morning with the Rev.Leo .

Installed Surviving is his wife, I I Hebert. pastor, officiating. -
FridayIn Event Of Sunday Honored
f To Meet Monday Meets MondayMembers
I Blanche B. Peterson of Starke; I I Burial followed in Hope

Masonic Temple Attending the BPW district A't Stork'ShowerMrs. At'Stern HomeBeta of the Staff of the a son. James A. Peterson of Cemetery' at Theressa under r
Starke two daughters, Mrs.
luncheon Sunday ; direction of DeWitt C.
The installation of officers meeting John M. Miller Bradford County Civil Defenseorganl3e. Alice Strohscheim of Derid-
was Phi will Funeral Home of Starke.
GLADYS MOOTY PHONE at the Blanche Hotel in Sigma sorority
-. 964-0651 tion met Monday
cf the Starke Chapter 224, : honored at a lovely stork 8 Feb. den. Louisiana and Mrs. Jose-
meet at "p. Monday
City were: Mrs. G. L. m. I
Order of the Eastern Star, night at the CD office. phine Miller of
Cottondale. i
f Farber. Mrs. Edward Hall shower Monday evening given 5, at the home of Miss Louise Social SecurityA
held Friday night Jan. Claude Crowson Mrs. Local Civil Defense problems I Florida; one brother, Ben
Junior Women! Joint Party was Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs. Nate by Mrs. Stern with,Dr. Sarah Lou of I
/ 26. in the Masonic Temple. N. S. were discussed copies Peterson of Glendale, Cali-
i Harry Mooty, and Mrs. Wells co-hostess. Chapter representative of the
Dyal Della Rosenberg as
l MondayThe Held By WSCS, The outgoing Worthy Matron Mrs. Pansy Quigley Mrs. Dankel at the home of the officers for 1962-63 will be the Bradford County Opera- fornia; two sisters Mrs. Nina Gainesville Social Security of-

Wesleyan GuildsThe Louise Harden, intro- Dorothy Milberger, Mrs Willa latter, on W. Madison Street.A installed at this time. Mem- tional Plan and Alert Warn- Lunnery of Earl Wisconsin; fice will be at the courthousein
Junior Woman's Club duced the installing officers pink and blue color motif ing System were distributedto and Mrs. Beatrice Findell of 9
Mae Denton, and Mrs. Ger- bers are ,reminded that local Starke on Friday, Feb. ,
will meet Monday night, Feb. the members of the nine '
and invited them to preside:, Minneapolis, Minn. ,
achieved in the flower
Woman's Society of trude Hoffmeister. was dues are due.Second services from 9 a. m. Persons desiring to
5. at 8 o'clock in the clubhouse
Verna Brice past grand ma- arrangements placed at vantage represented.Mrs. Services were held In the conduct social busi-
Christian Service and the Mrs. Hall was elected assistant security
with director
the International
tron, as installing officer; points throughout the Gladys Scholl First Baptist Church Satur- ness call at this time.
Guilds helda
Wesleyan Service may
director of District Phase
Affairs committee. Mrs. J. V. ; spoke on the public fall- I
Vincent Brice, past grand patron -
Mrs. Meed Lewis
party rooms.
joint social meeting at the Three and Mrs.
Howe chairman in Dyal was -
charge of out shelter now under- -
Methodist Fellowship Hall assisting the installing elected a delegate to the greeted the guests at the door Of Fallout SurveyTo survey
Bradford and
in County
program. Laura Johnson, way :
officer: Mary in a stork costume completewith
I Mrs. Rowe will present a Tuesday night. installing nominating committee. Be StartedThe the new medical self-help:,
The recreation grand treasurer as a long yellow bill.
large ,
film on CARE and after- training program which will
wards tell where a covered dish supper marshall; Louise Reunion Held Appropriate "baby" games second phase of the ;, NEWBFJRNSTUDIOS
why CARE has instructor of district be introduced in the near:
grand during the
were played even-
chosen Latin America as a was enjoyed, was decorated ina public fallout shelter survey future through the State;;,
Latin-American theme. eight, as installing : At Home Of ing and prizes were awardedto
will be started in 25' I
project. Board of Health.
and Ima Williams, past grand after which
the winners
dolls and
Spanish sombreros
Mrs. CrawfordA counties this week as archi Director Bill 1
Hostesses for the evening installing Deputy
used to organist, as organ- refreshments were served and
painted gourds were visit
will be Mrs. A. W. Bradbarry, the honoree opened her many engineering firms Shiner gave an outline of the i! I
decorate the long dining
chairman Mrs. Wayne Douglas ist.The incoming Worthy Ma- family reunion was held lovely gifts. The hostesses public and private buildings requirements for the radio-,,
tables. Favors of sombreroswere at at the home of Mrs. E. L. to determine the suitability of logical monitoring class which: .
Mrs. A. stood
S. Harrison Mrs. tron, Inez Hamilton, presented Mrs. Miller with a
at each place setting.
J. R. Chasteen, Mrs. Neil the altar as her daughter-in- Crawford on Sunday for her Infanseat as a memento of each as public shelter space which will start shortly. :

Tucker, and Miss Olivia Lark-I Games and group singing law Katherine Coleman, sang house guests, Mr. and Mrs. the occasion. it was announced yesterdayby Don, Champion gave a report -'I: Portraits The Modern Way
in. were enjoyed after' supper. Great Thou Art." The George B. Edwards and Mr. Mrs. Gladys Scholl county on the progress of the ': _
"How The twenty-four guests included -
The host outstanding game escortedto and Mrs. E. K. Nobles who airector of Civil Defense. Rescue Unit and Gene Lee i!
Worthy Matron was ; the honoree's relativesand
was a pinata holding instruc- in kickoff of the Florida
the returned to their homes The demonstrated the first aid ;
the East and presented close friends.
tions for ten players. Worthy Matron's pin, knownas Jamestown N. Y. on Tuesday building survey -the phase kite which are being sold. 'j OPENING SPECIAL! <

Preceding the games Mrs. after a three weeks visit here. that requires the engineersto It was decided to. hold
! the Vida Jean Gentry Mrs.
H. H. Adams WSCS president Mary Laura Johnson, install- Attending the reunion were John WilkesIs secure permission from the monthly planning meetings': !

FloridaTheatre welcomed the guests and ing marshall, presented the Mr. and Mrs. C. C. NormanSr. HonoredOn l tuilding owners to make an !' on the third Monday with I 8 x 10 FRI. SAT.

thanked the members for at- Star points With pin symbolsof ., and Mr. and Mrs. Norman onthespot inspection the next meeting scheduled J $ 3

tending. Mrs. Adams also each star point. Jr., Mr. and MrsC.. H- BirthdayMrs. started this week in Live for February 19. All Civil Defense I:, PORTRAITS ONLY"It's

thanked the two Guilds for Matron and Morris and son, Miller Mr. workers or interested :
The Worthy: Oak.Contracts ;
their cooperation. Mrs. C. R. Patron introduced and Mrs. Tom Crawford and Gladys Weldon had a were negotiatedfor persons will be invited to ati i

Bradford and Mrs. Charles C. Worthy and the family, and Mr. and Mrs. few neighborhood friends in the second phase of the tend. i
families, Than
their iI Later
' Johns are presidents of Worthy Matron thanked the Myrtie Adkins all of Jack- Saturday afternoon to cele- fallout shelter survey this I ,:

Guilds One and Two respec- the sonville, and Mrs. Minnie brate the birthday anniver- week by the U- S. Army Corpsof
officers and Frank
I I tively. Mrs. Eugene Williamswas 'installing Phillips of Live Oak. sary of Mrs. John Love Wil- Engineers in Jacksonville.Firms Peterson I 'f I.

SAT. FEB. 3 general chairman of the committees for their part in i that will start work We Do Film Finishing-The Best

Sarty and Mrs. R. S. Mullinswas her installation. She announ- Mrs Vernon Reddish kes.The refreshment table was immediately include Kemp, Services Held Ii I
Double Feature Program1st. ced her theme-Fidelity. Her
covered with cutwork cloth I For Less!
a Jacksonville
chairman of games. Bunch & Jackson of -
FeatureCiMmaScope colors, blue and white, and 1 I II
Among those attendingwere Surprised With and centered with an arrangement who will cover the Last SaturdayFrank
Scripture "Be ye doers of the i V
of pink camelliasand
The of Rev. and Mrs. John Word and not hearers only Stork Shower azaleas. counties of Bradford Clay I Restoration of your Heirloon Photographs .

I story a man Brabham, and ,assistant mini- deceiving your own selves." St. Johns and the western Otto Peterson, 77, of:

a Eanda lovet ster. Rev. and Mrs. Luis Diaz Several close friends of half of Duval County. Coloring The have put aside and '
James 122.Officers Mrs. Eoline Smith and Mrs. Starke dieU in a local hospital ones you
de Arce. Rev. de Arce closed installed were: Jimmy Rowe gave a delightful Mrs. Wilkes were invited to During this phase of the last week following an ex-
1-G{ B-.. have coffee and birthday the firms will use i haven't Gotten around to)-
with in survey, I
D1tA t>R itA'1I the party a prayer I Worthy Matron Inez Hamilton -.! surprise stork shower last tgnded illness.
cake with the honoree on this
prepared mapsshowing .
Spanish.: ; Worthy Patron, Hal' Friday night at the Smith previously 'I A retired dairyman, MrI .

, Hamilton; Associate Matron home on N. Walnut Street Delightful occasion. buildings known to .I, Peterson had served in the BRING THEM IN TOO

gIMARROI Methodist MYF Katherine Singletary; honoring Mrs. Vernon Red- be physically large enough to U. S. Navy from 1903 until i
Junior accommodate 50 or more
Associate Patron, Ned Single- dish. ; 1907. He was born in Pippin
and METROCOLOR Group Enjoys tary; Secretary Louise Harden Arrangements of pink and Entertain people, and will get permission,I County, Wisconsin on June 114 N. Walnut St. Phone 964-8501

b. Hayride, BurgersThe ; Treasurer Louise Kite; I white roses graced points of of owners to allow the en- : 11, 1884 the son of the late '

t 2nd. Feature Conductress, Evelyn Haney; interest in the living room Parent ClubThe gineers to inspect their build- I Mr. and Mrs. August Peterson. 10 A. M. TO 5 P. M.-TUES., FRI., and SAT.
to determine what fall-
Intermediate Methodist I Associate Conductress, Sue for the occasion. The dining ings lIe was a member of the I
Junior Woman's Club out protection they offer.
Youth Fellowship held a I Thomas; Chaplain, Elsie Nor- loom table was covered withan
M-6-M presents will entertain members of the From the visual inspection,
hayride party followed by man; Marshall Gladys Ed- imported lace cloth, cen-
DAVID SHIRLEY GIG Starke Woman's Club, hus- the engineers will report on
/ /
hamburgers at the H. H. wards; Organist, Henrietta tered with an orchid arrangement -
I I bands, and dates included, at which buildings are accept-
IIVEM / DIRE / YOUH8 Adams home last Friday even- Hunt; Adah Eva Gentry: flanked by three-
i ... a card party Saturday night, able as fallout shelters.
Ruth Mildred Woodburn; branch silver candelabra with
ASK ANY GIRL ing.The Feb. 10. at 7:30: o'clock in the Before a public shelter is
22 young folk attend- Esther Florence Rigsby; Martha burning white tapers.
club house. Dessertbridgeand marked, written consent of
+ CiMMSccftfirtllttROCOLOl ing included members of the Lillie Morgan; Electa, Several appropriate contests -
canasta will be enjoyed.For the building owner or mana-
i -- Senior MYF and a few Gladys Odom, Warden, Fronie were enjoyed during the
reservations call Mrs.J. must be obtained. After
Cartoon friends. After a hayride on a Crews; Sentinel B. T. Thom- party hours and prizes were ger
: C. Sawyer, 9645454. permission the shelters will
truck through Lake Butler awarded to the winners, after r
as.At be marked and stocked with
Cruise Cat Brooker. and Hampton they the close of the instal- which refreshments were served -
W. T. Weeks minimum survival kits by the
returned to the Adams home lation a social hour was en- and the honoree openedher I
County Civil Defense Unit.
I where hamburgers, soft Joyed. gifts. The hostesses pre- Chapter UDC To

SUN. THRU THURS. drinks, and chips were enjoy- sented Mrs. Reddish'with a t ," ,

FEB. 4 THRU 8 ed. WMU To Hear high chair as a memento of Meet Wednesday Woods Fires .. Fresh, New

Chaperoning the group the occasion. Show IncreaseIn
Migrant AuthorityDr. W. T. Weeks Chapter UDC
were Gilbert Newcomb'and Assisting in serving the 30 ;
F Academy Award-BEST FILM! ( Mrs. Luis de Arce. Dr. and guests were Mrs. Dick Gmith will meet Wednesday after- January ri

kM-Q M Mrs. Adams were assisted in George Karelas, chair- and Miss Delores Hardy. noon Feb. ?, at 3 o'clock at .SPRING COTTONS

serving by Mr. and Mrs. Steve man of the Board of Rural the home Qf Mrs. Jesse New- A sharp increase in woods

IifAMWi1 Simmons of MiamI.Woman's Health of the Florida Medical Mrs. RobertsIs some with Mrs. Herbert fires during the first month i

Association and national as George Thomas as co-hostess. of 1962 is causing concern to i

well as state authority on Honored Forest Service personnel in
migrants, will speak here Bradford County. Beautiful Drip-Dry /
Southside ,
Board To Feb. With Stork ShowerMrs. have been 19 fires
Exec Tuesday, 6, at a meetingof There
TODAY t2AB P.LOEWS ......." .rY1.EN' the Florida Baptist To Meet TuesdayThe with a total of 117 acres bUrned Famous Brand Prints \\
CHI STATE :;::.t Meet ThursdayThe George Roberts was
1U/-M1 3M.I D0!Sep Html Church WMU. The business .. since January 1 of this
and program meeting will be honored at a delightful stork Southside PTA will year. Last year during the I

executive board of the held at 1 p. m. in the recre- shower Wednesday evening of meet Tuesday night at 7:30 same period, there were only

Cartoon: Starke Woman's Club will ation room of the church. last week given by Mrs. Guy o'clock in the Cafetorium.Mrs. two fires with nine acres +4:

I Robin Robinthood meet Thursday afternoon Everyone is cordially invitedto Andrews, Mrs., W. T. Jackson, burned. -. 69e VALUE 1YDe
W. H. Graham will]
Feb. 8, at 3:30: o'clock in the Mrs. R. G. Paterson, Mrs
attend. J. C. PrevattJr.
County Ranger
present a "Founder's Day"
club house. Rudolph Sink. Mrs. T.
extreme caution dur-
A.I program. A short discussionon urges
Yawn and Mrs. Civil Defense survival will ing this period when there has

I Montgomery, at the home of been little rain and there is
be given by Mrs. J. W. I
r the latter on Powell Street.A Shiner. much dead vegetation due to

I baby-shower tablecloth several hard freezes since

I : covered the refreshment table I II Recent Births Christmas. Persons planning

., I in the dining room and was'! controlled: taming are askedto

II centered with an arrangementof Bradford County Hospital notify the Forest Serviceby I .

roses, flanked by ,silver calling 9642721. The Forest .
I' announces the following Pre-Shrunk, Color-Fa sta
r rr
candle holders with pink Service will be glad to pro-

I tapers. Placed at vantage births: vide stand-by service to keep Small Neat Prints
:Mr. and Mrs. George F.
points in the living room were 'the fire from getting out of 4 Large Bold Prints
Snell Starke, a son, Tracy
stuffed toys. control.
I i James Jan. 25. 3a ear complete assortment of
@ f Several games with prizes Mr. and Mrs. Frederick S. '
-w i CARD OF THANKSWe a.w, famous Simplicity patterns.
were played during the party
j :: Bailey Sr., Keystone Heights
: I hours, followed by refresh- a son, Frederick Shannon are sincerely grateful to :

: I ments. Bailey Jr., Jan. 27. friends and
Y neighbors for theirmany
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Cor- acts of sympathy

.., hr i Family ReunionIs .fcett, Starke, a daughter, Rhea during our sad bereavement.

I ,, Held ByGoodman Patrice Jan. 27. Our appreciation cannot be adequately Plaid
expressed. Warren E.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar W. I
.,; :; Family Davis Perkins and Mrs. Annie Colson.or '
: a son, Jan. 28.
I'Ii ; Spectacular purchase just in time for your
) the same will became "
c"- Ii A family reunion and according: to law. This January void ,spring sewing. Famous quality wash 'n
) :: : homecoming celebration demands against the estate of 19. 1962. the
: to Get Ahead I was T. Frank Landrum. I First Publication wear ginghams Wrinkl-Shed fabric
IwoWays II held Wednesday night of last are hereby notified and deceased required January 25. 196%. with Dri-Don. Choose from new plaid pat

i: week at the home of Mr. and to file their claims in the office (s) SHIRLEY LAJCDHUM terns. 36" or 45" width '"
riches But Mrs. Johnny O. Goodman of the County Judge of Brad Administratrix of the Estateof
Seeking is important, it is equally ford County Florida in the T. Frank Landrum. deceased. .
Lake Butler. The occasion County Court House at Starke, Hollis V. Knight,
important as an old-time prospector once II'! was to celebrate the homecoming Florida months from within the eight calendar Starke Florida
date of the Attorney for Administratrix.
concluded, to "look well! to the gold ye <"J I of Mr. QoOdman's first publication of this notice 1-25 4t 2-15 -
I cousin Ray Goodman of

Y: already have!* = ; :,4 i Duluth Minn. who is the son

of the late Grover Goodman I WAYNE'S CASH. SUPEREIfE
', ,",:' SAVE..SAVE MORE. ':".' I of Starke and is now serving C -- 99c SALE c

I SAVE MORE REGUlARLY-WITH USI!II II his 21st year in the U. S. ;

!I Navy. ; Buys 9 Lbs. 'i 12 Tall Cans

I i i E Attending the gathering MEAT NECK BONES Lively Dog Food For
were Mrs. H. A. Waldrep and -

i children Mrs. Lewis Thompson -
I *
I : and daughter. Mr. Buys 3 Lb.. ; 10 Tall Cans Showboat

FLORIDA : and Mrs. Lloyd Woodard and SWIFTS .BOLOGNA
Pork & Beans For
: children, Mr. and Mrs. Bill -

i Woodard and children. Mr! Buys 3 Lbs. 1 5j ., -- -

| and Mrs. Tommy Hewitt Jr., 10 Lb. Bag RiceFor
: II Mrs. Clifford R. Wilson and BEEF LIVER A. ,- .
.. qij1. : 1 i children, and Lee O. Goodman "f, -
If I ,
all of Gainesville; Mr. .

tl' Of U WitS Cf TK1ILOJUDA HATWKAi CMOUF UMBIft FCDCRAL DEPOSIT IMSURAMCC CWW I I I and Mrs. Russell Woodard of. Streak Lean Salt Bacon ..

II|I Ft. McCoy, Mr.,and Mrs. Robert .1JB. ni'tc

McRae and daughters, W'AYNE'S
HOURS and Susie M. Clarke all of
Good Stew Beef f.
Starke. I - ijJ.

,. Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays: I :
I. The C...tr "..cP'a Court OfBradford .. CASH SUPERETTE ;
9:008. m. to 1:30P. m. [ C.*.ty, FUrMa. _'
1 i In RE: ,Esttte or T. Frank Mbflfto
i Landrnm Decea d. i 2 FOR '
Wednesdays and Saturdays; 9:00 tit m. to 12 noon NOTICE TO CREDITORS 671 W. Madison Phone 964-9231 .

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\ y.,d.....?. .("i -: .w---v .... ',,;-,.--..'...:+ .- _c._.-i<'_A.1. f",T.,. _' r,I !' 'q- '''' I CHRISTLCHURCH- FIRST CHRISTIAN I i 8.U'TIST'cI'ntcli HIGHLAND'

'" .- W/i/. '-'f4UU'. ,:': Farmer's Dialy I Carl Clarke, Minister 537 W. Call! : St.:, 'Starve Sunday" School,. 9'us: : a. m.

,j-: .' ; J: >.: t' 10OD: ? a: m. Bible School; Bob L- Badgett, :\IinistEi'I I 7:30: p. m Prayer! lleelin each ,

By Sam >SlcGarvey 11:00 a. m. Worship and Cora- Cor W. Call & Christian i Wednesday 7:30 ,p, m.
i R MSyar Burns Expresses Support -' niunicn. Sunday School, 9:45 a. u.. REILAH BAPTIST CHURCR
I IStarke
1 I curing labor costs in half. t Church Worship) 10:45: a. m.
Fla, Chi Rho, 5:30 Choir Sunday School 10 a. m.
Leaves p.
I 0* F our- ant n (is: S.. 301t f. : field into air a big gathered! box-like in the affair Jan. 26, 1962Mr. to spend in the community. practice. 6:30: p m. CYF, 7 p. Morning Worship 11 a. m.

which Is then carted : E. L. Matthews i Sincerely, Yours, m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30: p. Training Union, :30'p: m.

TKOT l graprf} Tiasf revived ar letter The Duval County Commission i for' y;, back to the barn where it is i Editor and Owner I MrsA.. Jones m. Wednesday. Minister, Evening Service, 7:30 p ffl.-

t from..}faypf Ha yon' Burns of JacksonHU years has turned a deaf ear toward i I sealed and cured without fur- Bradford County. Telegraph Box 619, Starke Bob-L. Badgett.. .Rev.. Luther-'- ...,A.-, McGee, pastor.'M
:'wife} ,''' &rg 'tn t crir; .readers may pleas for .a start'oft obtaining''-rightoftway .iher handling:. .. I Dear Sir: -A

{(five Been given an'erroneous impression i on the six-mile "horror strip" be-i! I have lived here some 20

o? t\ijJpijtspriSl:\ attifU t(toward U. S. tween Baldwin*find Maxville-a stretch And we suppose the next i years, since 1941, and have

Highway'301 by an * '
' Iii ftuf Issue" of JanWy: 4. one ownership and"is' believed to present -' week,plus, some needed rain, be thee use'of picking plat- over these years very much
I :
andf'if it;folds'out: for anytime forms which transport six, But I really enjoyed the .
In this editorial, pointing up the nefortgeing less of a 'problem? tov.obtain than I '
i1h I cessit : at alt; thins will soon be I eight, .of ten pickers right I ;letter MH. H. Mott wrote
J01 four-laned fromfaxviUe multi-ownership property required
average- I busting out all over. Dogwood over the beds at a speed slow you in the paper. We need
i fa Bald in the next most counties. !'
during through
: and other shrubbery bud- J enough for harvesting. Similar -I pore letters' of that kind.
three years, The. Telegraph said: "Aft The Duval\ County Commission met,, din; out now and maybe' rigs have been put in use Then maybe Bradford; Cam-

t r Bryant, there will be another Gov- no later than last Monday, and no mention -:; spring is just around the c for other crops and we wonder ty and Starke merchants will

rnorc&nceivably one from Jacksonville of the Maxville-Baldwin right.of-: her.c r-I' why they Have not been used open their eyes and do some-

-and ik would not require s cry- way, or any plans for obtaining same '\ : more' widely l ..for:: ..berries. I thing. Thanks to a man who
,li"1 'ball to imagine the fate of 301 aftHat. was t'o be found on their agenda.. i i ''Ftor the information of r has the courage' and faith to

t+tr. ." Although Mayor Burns' himself believes :-i, flower lovers. Alice. supplies Anyway, it sure sounds like I'' speat up. '

-' Regardin -,..this' paragraph, Mayor that "the f r-Ianing :'(6'f' U. S.: here caiu'e'a through list 61 plants the freezes which: i: who u good, many i idea times t.o.a'. after tall a person day's j r have often hears the" sameff'm'arks' 435 E. MADISON STREETFullest .

urns''9ayE"M ai.I Tresriectfull' ?submit!! 301 would not adverselyaffecE'Jaclcson-:'' rtntaurea [com flower], :' picking of berries, had toj I as he wrote about. ,

-that the inference drawn above ir com- vile, or Her environs"-, re.,again. his sweet William1,. l larkspur, del- stand up' against a wall to Also why should we trade in I
? Instead of working
pletely. in error.and is; contradictory of belief is not shared by; some of, hill I Rhinium.i .- callehdula1, 'and i, get straightened .out again. ur own girls and boys, men

established facts regarding m'y attitude prominent. 'contemporaries.Jacksonville t snapdragons She reports that : ''. and women in stores, they

toward the completion 1 of U.: S.t 30r. newspapers' in' recent p'ettYnias"wefe damaged. 'but Spending the season at our tick: !help from a friend ors

:4P |960, as d candidate for Governor, months have carried'( numerous7 accounts I coming out of it now. The !!j place this ye"ar is' a' neat little friend., : of a friend to work I, Products Made

'J: pledged the immediate. completion of of speeches ,made,' by J&epr6sentative' pansies ana violas, she' says, ,i bird, a tufted binoculars'titmouse.', a'e' lad With I who knows' nothing I about sell-

<1. S. 301.: I vigorotfsfy deplored: the John: E. Mathews of ,Du\TarCounfy, : iii bloomed right throughafl the I wonderful our new close-up view of a I ing and is afraid to pass the I .

long lag iii 'construcffon on'' ,t that area which1' he viewed'! with obvious"warm".!,told. I I this fellow [tiny, mouse-col-1 I time 'ol day or thank you and

jhat,was being four-laned, and expressed "the by-passing'' of JacKsonville i if the 1 W e've been designated as ) bred: with.rf tufted tell you to hurry bacfc EXPERT SERVICE

my deepest concern ,and sympathy Bryant administration's program?of official tree farmers, and it we think he is one of the I, I have traded all over ,

for the businesses who were'so severe- turnpike building and four-laning U. S. is nice' to be called a farmer.,. neatest creations 'we've everj Starke.. but can truly say
affected the 301 Asia countermeasure I aga'irf. 'Of"course, 'we'ri 'nut j seen. mere 1 is one store there that '
Jy many unnecessary were completed. I j .
Delays encountered: durirtg, the"Construc. ,' Rep. JJalh'ews* andother i influential brig ng bout: itTfor about !!t '*' *' has nevei taken my and money ask- COME IN AND) SEE US!

'tion.i Duval.Counliabis. Have strongly I Jill'we did was step baick and :I| See where UP experts say we without thanking me

' I In his letter Mayor Burns continues: urged the four-laning" of U. S. 17 north: lef the trees take root and [; should product more' hogs in ing nice me people to come at back.home They, on the are .

< "U. S. SOl is a vital highway to all of Jacksonville, which was not in tie i four grow.of Nevertheless:50-acre', all farm but 'i.this area\ that Florida how is ,, street, or in their store. They
our are only\ ab'out' cent
Florida, and the Completion of. the miss- original Bryant administration program 1iW in production again. raising per t. just love\ people. They are

ing'link Between the vicinity' of SfarKe since it traverses practically the ..' of" the1 big pork problem consumed fs how here.The toraise the same, and I have traded HOURS: PHONES:

\nrf- the ,intersection of U. route Interstate 95. there during the war and still
S. 1 to the same as proposed This cd\itro-ersy about the : hogs and! make a profit.
North, should be given top-priority at All of this, it seems to us, follows i use of county equipment has j'( ddLots of my friends here Uii,1I.U

'the earliest, possible date. pretty closely the traditional pattern] us; puzzled.. We understand it because'it'I'i i : onthe' la'kedo too. 5:30 A. M. iir DAY

"The four-laning of ,U. S. 301 would set by Duval County Commissioners as:I his been used to work on the [ Bonder if they'll be going Folks woik hard for their

3iotadversely 'affect Jacksonville far back as 1936 when they marched on ,t Self l 'coiirse, and the rural peo- t back at it again until they see money and if it is a dollar or 964-8551 fS
or pie sat it is' ,Wrong to do that, 1, reasonable chance of making .20 dollars they like to know TO -
Tallahassee with the avowed a
:her environs, and even if such were not purpose I are
that it should be used to dig : you thankful for it.
'thecase'the, ,areas to be served.by 'its of halting construction of the then' j 1 water holes, rift we thought i it pay. .. Sol agree 100 per cent with Niditt.F

( completion would have to receive pri- "missing linK' of old State Road 13 I| that it 'is county ROAD : +lsr. Mott as to how the people 9:00 P. M.
E[ :jority'consideration.. (now' SR 200 and U. S. 301)) 1 between> j equipment i Not all the insects were feel.
I th'e' recent freezes by 964-0083
i, tilled by '
Baldwin and Callahan. One Duval Coun- 1
If we all don't try harderto
"I ,
J tl."ust.that you will, do me the I any means. This week we saw
service ty Commissioner said at the time that, At last there are some one grasshoPpfrs. keep our dollars here at
I ofe seeing that the erroneous of those giant
:Ifepfot! relative; to my altitude on this 'If tliis'sh.ip of road is completed, Jacksonville -| changes coming in the grow-I aSout\ three inches long, '.home, we are only helping to

i will be corrected will become nothing but a ,by-I i fug of tob cco. For hundreds j i and thaT rascal seemed ashealthy .build up other cities. We
flatter in the minds I
l would lose thousands of dollars l-j i of years, the crop was harvested a"s were, should be doing this building
:.Of thousands pass, and i and lively we
your _of readers, to the : and cured and handled in '
1th our dollars right here in
:$nd( tbat'my. cooperative attitud ta'be.madea in tourist' business annually. We I the same, time-consuming, :;i i if. not, moieso.i ; .,: Sfarke, where we can enjoya 24 Hour Road ServiceLOUIS
have seen nothing so far to' indicate' r 1- '
: : ..g well known to them as it is labor-consuming routine. Now, '. bigger town, so we can get .
1 :ito your distinguished MaYor, RandaljCWtty l that the Duval. .County Commission Has I j -.vlth harvesting machines almost 1 Come to think of it, we I snore ,factories: to come here .. -. ..
=ajid your public; officials' of changed its attitude in 25, years.We : a 'must, in light of to- \I, would have followed him so all our people, who will MANN OwnerBARKS&ALE'S

; :prior ,a ni liStr tions." are more than glad,to note that; day's' labor costs, another: big more clri ely. Evidently he has t woik, can have more money .. ,. ,

Mayor Burns is taking a ,broader view, step forward is beingtaken I I' a good hiding place in cold 1 .. ,,... ,, ... '"
I If our ,editorial l of j a nuary 4 gave than some of his, contemporaries 1 in" the balk curing of the crop.. weather and come the next I 1.n1 '- f .. __.c. .. .. ,' __ __ ,
:Jthe{, impression that Mayor Burns, was role 1 Proponents of the r'ethod.s&y j freezewe could'h\mt'him'' out
cerning'the significant that U. 'S.
personally opposed to the complete four- : it will cut harvesting and.1 antLt U him JtoJ,!move::over.. .,
Winter Store Wide
301 in Florida.
performs We believe hei -- --
Waning, of UnS. 801 we,are regretful and .
readily agree that the abominable
;jre more, >than-; glad td' set the record six-mile : For Farmers1. : .. .
stretch through Duval
County i
:a raight. To give such I an impression -joining; as it': does, .tHe fairly good
eras notl.bUr' fntehtiorf for, at the, time road north of Tax Questions And Answers
Baldwin and th| soon-to-:

.QJ writing; we 'w.e. .not aware tnat be four ,laned stretch in Clay_ County -," -, .,'. --_ .. _---- --. .
:JMayor Bil11! )1 a d taken a, public stand is a blight ''onthe7 state 6f Ftorida,Y-1 swell r 4 k,1 t", .. ., C

;oh the matter, one way or the other. as Duval County 'Ther. remarkable aspect of this line- z
| '
&W' .e!| are glad] to know that his support To entice a* ,tourist to Florida with, our tax system i is that it Is Does a farmer need anyspf'cial _

:2 n be counted on.: We;:,are ,graceful for all sorts of glowing promises and then based on indtvidu'ai selfasisessmeht i \skills to keep goodrecords'

!it.. and voluntary compliance I ?
force him to j
h this six-mile booby -;,
;! :- What we did mean' to imply, and trap at the risk of life 'and limb 1at I ," Laurie W. Tomlinson Certainly not. Good records
6e simple and informal STARTS THURSDAY FEB.
, cart very 1
fold this week in' announcing j
k, ftill! believe, is that unless U, S. 301 is the height of inconsistency. No wonder -!, a' new series' of question and and require little tune --

our-laned from 'Maxville\ 16 Baldwin these tourists stop at our service! Inswer articles designed especially 1 to maintain. The secret of

\ within the next three years, chances stations and restaurants loudly .proclaiming -! for persons with farm !I success, .. is to record .the various -
: for getting it done ,after thai will 1 be> that they'll "never I travel that income. transactions- when* they AND

:extremely slim. Political realities being route again." If Isn't entirely 301 that ""This self-assessm'ent feature I' are made, arid riot depend on .
I =what they are; it is sometimes hard suffers the entire based : memory at a later date. I
\ fir state. of, Florida can' is on the' good faith does !SE1312
What IRS
records the
an office holder-even. a: governor-m share in our embarrassment and loss of of the American people and: MORE
I !\ Spite of his personal convictions, to goContrary face. 1 their continued[ willingness' to I Ii require?
' \ to the wisher 'i report income'and' deductio'ns| Only tliose sufficient to enable -
; : of powerful suiorters. )-
S\ dv It is 'good'to know that we have "a taicurafely r Director the farmer to 'preparehis
: in hid home -
'community.Although. friend at court" in ,:Mayor .Burns, and ibn' said. -- X! tax return accurately and .
< .. ,Mayor I# rns' is himself we sincerely hope that his "cooperative 1 .. to make it possible for th'e IRS in
Savings for allCome in
i iwafe Every DepartmentTerrific
"We ke'enjSr :! her Buys
I sold: on U. S. 301( 'a$ "af vital I Highway attitude" will be translated into "coop r dc' are this: to, determine the correctnessof
"that faithis
Ito, all Florida the fact remains that erative effort to help us obtain the dedr good the return.: arid See Too Value-Packed
largely"dependent;upon the -- Many Items to Mention.
: What record books should :
I I )hja enthiisiasm is. not ;shared by !many Duval County right-of-way without further -I btfc's general confidence i Ip I, :

I!, :;:0[, his::contempi rArle$ .I n' D \'a County... delay. J that the'tax laws are operated I be used? are' :
,. i There no special requirements -
-__- I fairly and impartially, and .
estigate this firm and we': that each is paying his j jI i I except 'that ,
j'What I books should be systematicand ,
: :. You 'hound Know About found: that': t'lat"as the! outfit definitely had abackground -I proper share.,ItjU.our)aim toI ": snow all receipts and expenditures ,; FAMOUS BRAND

:; : Your Chamber Of Caittffifee I questionable.' i I :warranted see that this public lncrease confidence"i fTo' ::i'should'' also for' show'the the year.cost They of LADIES ANDCHILDRENS 1 1'2i

After wehad obtained this j! do this wa '*iU'decote our'ef-!I I 'HATSS
I I so-called penrianent assets II II
I. information
we advised her 1, forts tor ifrtproving tai admin- arid ad&fcons 'or Improvement ,
This is No. 2 in the current elude: answering correspondence to stop payment on the check, !tetratiorr by fcetter' 'service to I Il | 'to permanent sset :-
Aeries.to, lamiuailzejouj&th and thus her considerable[ taxpayer e'' 't asonabl1.:
numerous telephone I saving a l-lme : those having* t' efnl'life-ex-
:$our: .Chamber of Commerce' calls 6rf a t'|' real variety of sum-.'of.money.1 rJ.-J r but''vforoiis'enibreemetft 'of f' tending substantially! beyond $1 iSHOES PRICE
S We' Tfil.attSapfftMfiswer ubje ts. Snowing' and c'utato'a I h
'* visitor a- Your, chamber of commerce tax Taws .1It' I the tnable.ren :iii 'nrhtch
th? question: "How does bout town 'aieetirtg ''with"citY a Tn "Ih'e" reporting
:, a. s"ewes is[ clearing house for uses .: of income I purchased. The full cost of
,.Chamber" of Commerce", : OP.- and cC nb',of f iciate. Meeting information "of all kinds. :' and the claiming'of de-. i these"may not be deducted in _- .
'tatea i t"\\ with other dubs, and groups ,There is no' Job too large .or ductions." i -
j 'the'year purchased, but a
,:N 1 [ M .\
The, chamber officially'Jioverned *
4is\ o citizens regarding. any too 'shiatf 1 for. & chamber to The following is the first m substantial portion of their
: by aboard of.dint- .umber of subjects. ..tackle., '1 1
I a series ,of question i and answer cost,may be deducted! as de- .

:Vtprs:ibP.elecled ThTESSrff by the Hits member-poUc Ikiid t ouTies Along, the with dffice-the does routine a aide The chamber keeps mansrecords ,I articles prepared 'by the,., precision over the period of .\ FAMOUS BRAND
I on a great variety ofsubjects IRS primarily for the 'f a mertaipayer. 'their: ,usefulness.Any MENsLONE _
:: determines, the eemmitMties' = variety of;things As anexample I .
adaup. for jour benefit.: Readers with farm other advice? .

respilitiescampi ) the other day a : Please make use of our serTILE ..- I! income will find these arti-, ,Be sure .to keep all, docui SLEEVE MEN'S MENSf, DRESS
11\1 gout, the policy and pro- young lady came in with' *" '
vfcel. tie ;
cls'nelpiu propel pre ;
'rim. 'f 1-m} (i ments that can be used as i i:1':: UNDERWEARCOTTON ii AND WORK
: some literature .from a firm .- -- A.: i their fet:"returns.ll .
:l\' The manager works within the and her husband Weie'going : pafation'of: ; 1' evidence of a .rranslction: tnl' ..
i .
t 1 ommltte 'tenders carrying :. inesmanr. .farmer or: 'slips Invoices; Jfnd r& ipd.l SHORTS SHOES
| had given1 this .
I company's 1 t way yon write. OMse tit afia&d I
l ? 'aouldneeded .
t I jolut '' chat best sklesaan otherwise-can file a \correct 1 1t [These to
poltty.7'The -
a $250 check for; t j M favorite ESTERBROOK '' '."
t recutive's' qpicat.d t Is 'In1 feme paint ; Fountain returrr unless adequate records'audit. a'returii.Good 19c
f ,, they were going i Pea. TELEGRAPH. t '
*tjnselp''interestina. Xtlma'y' >ink to s n. She asked, us to ,in- 'I"f .' ...: of-rncoml; i ncf expenses lie tecoraVare >Irf 1 lava Values to 1Clearance
.I -.... .4ir.A .4 M., maintained throuzhout the tit r liable! business asset, useful
--': ',- '" ,-r "* n*> r ". year. AH'; bli Inessmeri, farts-' In credit appficztlonsf for /2

1* v MS THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ers '1}nclu l e31(. are urged to i measuring farm; ffciency, $59O

I ., ESTABLISHED- 1879 Maintain adequate records for Ii !and many other purposes. Be
(' t their o rn benefit' as well as I's" re you're got caught short

Floridn'i oldest weekly for making* accurate tax reI ,Then,, good' records. are nleded.Dr. Price
1 : N'ea'W'lpsper PablikhME. Con turns. ., -.1' Only $.1qo'c ,
nOR. ; DOOGS1.r Fader The &me; -' L...;...;. Wells Moves 094) ; I

.! 'Kldtlfl Wh<*r* ran a farmer set I

';. AS'5 help in devising t good systemof Office. To Keystonei ---S._ S 5
records? :: I'!
>ri Sarah 'Lod Wells dos
f/, Editor> ncl10W i '. The IRS"publ is ies a'*boo -i,i lier, office in Starke las .week 9

: t :et. The Fanner's Tax Guide and has to Keystone
5 '... .1 .If, TA1Dt AiuAr" OUTSIOJ, TRAOI* Alto for this purpose. Many farms'1!I:Heights.i She Js..Dreading: : : oni s$33l 9

0;, ONE YEAR S.OO ONE YEAR 3.J9 f machinery manufacturersal i White Sand Lake and has open- 3.98
j 't *f suit f JcfJtHrfJ| ; i.trf> '.I-l') ,,"ONTHI-! z.oo -1i :: offer thi$ service and'the i; ed an jbfflce in the building esto $ "

THRU. ciroNms -. 1.60 ,TMH6C MONTHS' .. .t.tl e-' local Department of Agriculture '' formerly oc upieji & B&pQnChristoffers "
: h Thursday and Entered as Second Class Hatt' ?' *' offices will supply the next to the post DEPARTMENT STORE

1: !.... ., M fIe Pat Office at Stutt,' M. aad r Iii el, Marck S, 1179 necssarv"'account bd ks. 'the office in tey-tdae. .& .. .
nearest fRS office will be glad Dr. Wells had in Starke Fla. 1'1'
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Bradford Growers Find : quarter while Stricklands i 107 points. 4>' I iDea real damage. The other two '| ent Road and" at the corner

# I scored 11 points -aid: manged 'ayne Elder, Stricklands, ; fires, also stemmed early by of Pine and Oak Streets in

Profs first .toss to win. the game ?,8-25._' Ba IT: 102. points: 1|i prompt action, were on Bes- '. Reno, Green stated.
ward Akridge had 16( points '
Buddy .
Fumigation Good Insurance KA : I Elliott, Jaycees, 88 -
r Tor StricKlandshile'Buddy I I points. ". 1 ,
,,. =.. 4 In Cage.Play : Elliott led the Jaycees with 11
; Wayne Helms, Jaycees, 74': Thrifty Home Improvements ,
points: I %.
Against Of Nematodes M points.Fire.
Ravages Lawtey handed the Professors Tonight's ames could tell1liie '! 'i .,\ I Start Here -
, Y their first loss'of 'tliel 1 t ;1 story on who will win the 1

i I u season Monday night iy beat. 1'bxsV half of the seaSon. the DepartmentPuts "r
"You can't 'em with the
see gratory and are usually found
I jug them 54-43 behind the :; Professors with' 7-1 record .
a In
naked eyebut: you sure know in the root zone of the soil: ," who Busy *
shooting of John Bates will who has'a
play'Stricklands 1
they've been there." Huggins said. "In more com- :
li Afternoon
I was high for the night with 6-2 record.A Tuesday .r
I Thafs.the story of the sting mon language, these are sting ,, A S +7 + 24 *
points. ,
win for the Professors: __ r
nematodes that attack .
nematode its
and devastating I Starke's Fire Department'made "- ...,.
0 with I -
The Professors'played -
J.4s could practically give them the
effect on in Bradford \ roots of strawberry plants. "1 rA '
crops s s 3 % four runs Tuesday in a ir
County, as told by County t tt This soil-borne parasite is I w., r. ; si only four, men and were within first halt championship but a busy afternoon to :douse: three / n
three points of Lawtey un- loss could make it ttiree'i ,,
a sy
t Agent G. T. Huggins. 'I not visible until washed from I I grass fires and a blaze started: :.._
til the final three minutes. tie between the Professors
i "Belonolaimus are ectq- ,. the soil and viewed througha trom a flooded oil heater.
? Bob Reagan and ]Doug Low- La.wtey, and Stricklands. '
parasites that are higni mi : high-powered microscope.In All four fires were put out WE CARRY EVERYTHING FOR INDOOR:
', '. addition to sting, nema- Dramatic proof of the damage done by sting nematode 1 h, rimore respectively scored for 18 and the"points Professors :; STANDINGS W< L GB I promptly and with a minimum AND OUTDOOR FIX UP. ;

I todes, Bradford County crops shown in this picture of strawberry field near Heilbronn, the I:,Professors 7 1 of damage, according to Har- .
to them in
game. B. C. Finance
-F wh ( I are attacked by the root-knot;I! !Springs. Light area shows rows that have been ravaged by! Both boys hit over 65% of : Stricklands 6 2 1 ry Green, fire department A. ..,

a nematode, meadow nematode!I nematodes, !stunting the growth of plants until they are barely 1 I their shois. : Lawtey 6 2 1 ':; employee. The oil heater, at a .I' '
r li. 1 lance nematode, stubby root visible I Ii i i Jaycees 3 5 4 residence on West Call Street, ..:
oa I i iI In the other games, Stall- : I I I "s
nematode, and bud nematode. I 5
Ltallings 2 6 damaged no other parts of the
I Ifumigation ings managed to beat the Se- !I Phone 964-5291 '"
"These. are the ones that I I happen when the soil is not, is good insurance I Seniors 0 8 7 house.
I t niors 57-24. Franklin Tomlinson j I .,
have been identified attacking I fumigated. This field had'been ; that should not be left out,'' was high for the winners Leading Scorers | Causes of toe three grass Complete Line of Hardware .1\
," Huggins said. "But used for sweet corn dur- :> Huggins said. i I I 113
1 our crops with 21 points while Dankel j i i John Bates. Lawtey i fires is unknown, Green said.
there are others that attack! ing the past few years, and The most effective program : had 13 for the losers. :;; points. j I The worst of the three was on Bradford Building Supply ,

i- lawn grasses,ornamentals, and corn is one of the worst hosts'tor for prevention of soil-borne:,: I.I I Bob Reagan Professors, 112uoints. 1 the Old Lawtey Road through I
I sting nematodes. In this While behind only four n '
pine seedlings in the nursery pests is prior to planting seeds I :
ted. I particular case, Mr. Gaskins or setting plants, according to roints: at the half, the Jaycees I'\ i Reno, he said, but firemen 301 E. Call Street H'

Soil scientists. have said was forced to use this fieldas Huggins. could not score in the third i Doug.Lowrimore, Professors,t arrived in time to avert any I.i.

that if the matode popula-f a result of unfavorable I ,
weather conditions: He did
r / tion continues to increase in ;

the\uill borne fighting'nematodes i next have inserts few a greater than years,they and problem farmers soil-will i!! not the and have soil plants sting without time had nematode to to treatment.The be fumigate set stings.in!j:':1'I A TTENTION MUSIC,. lOVERS I! NOW! c OPENING Up'v '

the tiny roots, causing them -I
in fighting insects that attack i: :
I I13ig I to rot off and: open the way
f the plant above ground. j
Select a famous ; for infectious disease if such TV REPAIR
f The nematode problem in
disease organism might be in --
13 13ut strawberries first came to i .
the soil. Sting nematode does
light here in 1956 when a I THUK. FRI. SAT. :,'"
CURB CHAIN (DENT I II not enter the root as does the -
number of growers asked help ..
root-knot species. This species
in determining why there were!
I stings one root, then goes on
so many stunted plants in!
to another. Here, an application SERVICE
I their berry fields. After a I I Ij of a special fumigant was ANY LONG PLAY RECORD'

j study was made and samples .
made before plastic was ap- ,
with TRU LOX closing were run at the University 0 f : plied.
Florida experiment station, it I !I '

was found that the sting: codes One will or more attack of these and do nema-ser- 3.98 s 33 At ;

FOR flint f ; 0 I nematode was doing the ious damage to crops like tobacco discount
j damage. ;
CHOOSE A H peppers, and cucum-
I Before the 1957 crop was bers. "With these crops haying ..,
7WlST.OflEKWATCHBAND set, a soil fumigation programwas a good potential return 498 '
I set-up on the farm of it is a good practice to fumigate :
Pete Griffis and a demonstration '
before planting 1 Hug- Prices !

IN STAINLESS STEEL I was held for strawberry 'I sins said. "The most popularand 5.!98 .
Seventy-five growers -
growers. effective material is DD,
FOR 4m A LOVELY !I i attended .this four-hour I a liquid that can be applied

I'I demonstration that included broadcast or in the planting ''

STEPS TO ROMANCE setting ,up the equipment and row," he added. "A lapse of All One Price! :

WATCH BRACELETyellow applying the fumigant.The about three weeks is required .

or white field pictured here is after application of DD before No Charge For Pickupj '
located on the farm of Wade planting time." : :<
10 karat t gold ,
Gaskins near Heilbronn Soil fumigation has been in
filled your '"
Springs and shows what can the strawberry program each

choice only SIf .95 ,I year, and an increased num- : Service During February ,

:: L-er of growers fumigate as in .

tot I years past. "Now, with plastic i I .. .'I

005c ,: mulching a part of the straw- lf. Day Phone Nite Phone ; "
berry production program, '

r I growers recognize that soil :, L F' ., ''J .. .." "' 969-1711 '... .9840785. .,

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Schedule for week of Feb. i, ..-

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: 9:45:Sunday a. m.-Morning Church Worship School,,I ,,.,

11 a. m. Snack Supper for
You Prices !
Factory to ?
MYF 6 p. m. Youth ii
ings, 6:30: p. m. Assembly for u

School of Missions, 7 p. m. ...
Classes in the School of Missions -

GROCERY and MARKETHalf adults,for 7:15:primary p. m. through Special Never Before A Value Like This ,

Mile North of City Limits-U. S. 301 ', feature for all who are attending f 'ir.

OPEN7DAYS 7 AM. -11 P.M.WeekEnd fions 8 p.the m.School A nursery of Mis-is : ( Buy direct from the factory-authorized distributor. .. DAHMER'S! Because of our.. .:

: provided during the morning 1, truckload buying direct from the largest manufacturer of home entertainment centers, .:n
Specials!! ,: and evening services. ,
'I' Monday-Circle 2 will meet i < we are saving hundreds of dollars that are passed on to. you. Buy Now! A new shipment .-u

Hall, 3 m. j
m Fellowship p.
lA.. RED :. .l ; just received t! llh ,
I Mrs. Kouba and Mrs. Robert!I i ii

TOMATOES cans for $1.00i (i I Wahlin hostesses. Official 'II }I I ,I, .. ,: .
Board meeting, 7:30: p. m. ," ...." f .ra --- ---_E Ayr v ;
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i SOUTHERN I TuesdaY-Circle 1 meets at

PEACHES No. 2'/2 cans -- 5 for $1.00Sf10R'ROAT I home of Mrs. L. D. Vining. 10 I '. fii3Ta33it
I a. m. Mrs. H. C. Ritch, cot nll1n t

I .ostess.I ,\ : 3, i -,'t .iL, ,_- I.. !# i Look At These OutstandingFeatures ofit i ir
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PORK & BEANS .. 10 cans for 1.00 I Wednesday -Circle 3 meets !" : ; -- -_,:: -.. pDA7i t .rl. ilIfttI
at home of Mrs. E. F. Mayton \ n ? a i
: S. Haddock tit POrt ,.2 : tr ; n
Jr., 10 a. m. Mrs. C. '
BLUEBIRD I co-hostess. Mission tlftntt' i : I 1 :,,4 ,' r .. .. .. Q .. tIft'i tI I
t f1ft'! '
Grapefruit Juice. 8 No. 2 cans for 1.00 : Study "The Meaning of Suf I ., : ,, ,' f.k;r 3 Mahogany Finish Cabinet 55 in. wide 29 In. high. 4.

". nnn 9yr
fering, y 23-in. high drive picture tube
LIVELY I Choir tr<'tI U G 1 a ll
Thursday r
; ; : tar
E DOG .FOOD 8 cans for $1.00SILVER I rehearsal 7 p. m. United tlli raesr.t k. $ qt" t y ia t Separate tinted safety glass .', I

: Christian Witness program, :;; I Tet.ta.n
COW 7:45 p. m. il: ;e 1 a- '.fit t 23,000 volts of picture power
I'I n;";;'=i '.- .
MILK 3 Tall cans for 41c. THE RIGHT,POINT for the tf 1 .
I ? ., .., t i. Full fidelity AM with tuned RF for taper MBhitivity ,

way yea write. Come in and _, ? ,w i ,
ttlect your favorite ESTER; I

SYRUP J/2 ;al. jar 49c BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEI' ." .... .. .r. Hi fidelity FJI with toned RF Foster Seely j I
GRAPH t i Circait with Discriminate and double Uniting ,
25c +- ---...J t
CABIN HOME MEAL 5 Ibs. I-I -- t tf tube type AFP

GRITS 25cROY I f Balance your' i books_ '' PAYMENTS AS 'LO"4 speakers: two 12-ta. woofers; two 5-ln..tweet f
JIM DANDY 5 Ibs. .. .. c .
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As $15.95 f'n. v, :
mo. .
AlA .rt j
+ Hi fidelity amplifier with separate bMt-and I.
LONG' GRAIN RICE 5 Ibs. 59c .4 .
3 = treble ". f -
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DEL MONTEFRUIT t' ; Stay-set loodoks control lighted chaiuel ..:'

COCKTAIL 4 cans 99c with theFINE selector built-in antenna ,

PURE LARD 1 gal . 99c r Di POINT 'f2! C- rlt-ie, Oy.ford '-.- : ;. 4-speed stereo record changer ". ':

-' .
i 'h
Ig1NiI '.' -* Diamond
r stylus
LYKE'SCHILI I AUDITORS ._ : ; ." ,,:. ,.
with BEANS 4 cans 99c Boll Point Ptn4t i/F to lift .'.-..,, .-"' >
I lent r perftctty balanced BUCKClON CURTIS MAT H E S .1 > '. Other models in genuine walnut cabinets _
BAKERITE Limit with $5.00 Food Order writiac iistmntit French in
des t.ed far auditors, COU> or provencial Maplewood Some;
SHORTENING 3 Ib. can = 59c I accounUntfaooMieeper OtAMCf MOWN With Qualified Trade- .-. with controls at top.
t anil others rM need { 95
r ,, fine ball point pen
FAB Regular Size . 29c available ia 5' pocket IUIQUO One French ProreUdal' in Cherry Wood,.., 17 Tube
parse site tF-4o., u .ceier+ models selling at $200 to $300. more and
UUEJUCKoacaMetTio .Jr, Radio, 60 Watt peak power Stereo, from SO toyou
WHITE POTATOES. 29c S'JMMTELDONQTACCEPT >tilt K' 9 : will understand why the trade must be worth 20,000 cycles per i second, with less than ooa percent

SUBSTh at least $50 $55.. distortion.t" -
FOREMOST MILK / gal. 53c 1.
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THE PEN >_ .
FRESH PURE I .Ima/atneed 6r ,,, I t. <
uoryPENCO Inci reM; ,
PORK SAUSAGE Lengths Ib. 59c : Cdra Gh.CoLl.i .. i., '

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M PORICx HOPS lb. '. . 59c I .
BEEF LIVER .3 Ibs. $1.00 -
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THURSDAY.. FEB.- 1., 1962- -.-

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Torso Of Body Let's GoGardening I 1 I, ; 4 j k v t Nfi : : f

found In Georgia }i iI ..-4 -ftt.- P p, L 0 1 'a.

![IContinued, Prow Page Onel I : : : # i : : V

indicated! death occured about
By Hervey Sharpe
.72 hours before the arms and:! Florida Agricultural Ii #

legs were found a little be- Extension Service Ar' I tz1 '
tore 4
noon Tuesday. That t t 1.i.. : !
would place. the time of deathat i Plan now to prevent azalea .
; sometime Saturday. flower-spot. This beautykilling '.' ;:.

A physician who examinedthe fungus can reduce a magnificent -I .w -t rr. .. !

legs and arms at the Du- display of blossoms ; _. ., -
val County morgue said they nto a slimy mush almost ; I : '

"were' those of a man between overnight. hi

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the' victim was short and small water-soaked' spots on : ; ; ; t

stocky, wore about a size seven the flower petals, says Dr. ,

"- shoe and "apparently" Howard Miller pathologist I ,. .. '

had. black hair. with the Agricultural Experi- : t ., ... .> 1

j ment Station. Then, a day : t ,. ., ; If
.THE RIGHT POINT /or.e' Uter, the blossoms collapseInto t = ,', '"......,,., "' ,. .
way you write. Came in *ud a mass of slime. I ; : ': ', ;.: :
elect your tavorit: ESTER- I You can prevent the fungus "'

BROOK:'GRAPH. Fountain Pen. TELE-I i from ravaging:! your blossoms ;L i I I 1s :. .':,.; ..\ '- -,. ,\>.."..... !

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Pest Centrsl I I' Haircuts were incidental to electric razor, or even the way between Mitchell's Drug ed in straight chair leaning : and black felt hats. I
r & Chemical Co. the barber trade and emphasiswas safety razor, most men visited Store and the Florida Bank. against store front, is Theo '! The pace of business on TELEGRAPH

on shaves when this the barber shop regularly for Seated on bench at right Tison. I j Call Street seems to have been j BRADFORD County

peaceful Call Street scene vas their shaves-hence the sign: are Mr. Alvarez. who ran the Note harness hanging in
somewhat leisurely in those
caught by the camera of I "S. L. Alvarez Shaving Par- : shaving parlor; one of the ,i
front of store at extreme left,
;. FR t Hoover Bros. some 50 years i lor." This business was located I Bateden brothers; and Lacy I days. .,,
964 3965 and:! nattily clad boys in knee -- S S c -1111!
Inspection ago.In I about where Smitty'sBarber Austin an early Starke marshal I -=----

.. and DIAL I the days before the Shop is todaymidthey who is still living. Seat- pants long black stockings. I I I

,;. ."Estimate this spring!; with a spray program need not be pruned. I Car Thieves BOATDRAIN BAPTIST |Ii i

____ -.-::::L ______ II of one-half ounce of The bare-rooted plants are CHURCH | \
t-- u .1 I zineb in three gallons of hardest to make live when
I Sentenced In. Sunday School, 10 a. m.!i,
I wa er. Begin the spray applications shifted to a new location.:

I"I begin when to the show early color.varieties Re-- i i Balled usually and suffer burlapped very little plants in the 'Circuit CourtTwo Training Morning Union Worship, 6:30: p.11 m.a.Eve-m. 20 Words or less, one time ---._________ .95; Memorials Resolutions ________ 5c per wordS

FISHING CONTEST peat the zineb mist applica- transplanting process and it ning Worship, 7:30 p. m. If not paid in adanceKeyed -------_________ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to :50 words ------ 2.50

tions three: times a week during -,I is almost impossible to have I Starke youths were sentenced -, Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, or Blind Ads _________________ 1.00 Over 50 word ______n'-hh.__..-__ 5c per word

the color season.If I'' anything but a green thumb if I,I to prison terms in cir-i!I f:30: p. m. Each additional word over 20 -._________ 05: Display ads in Classified ______ 1.50 per inch

you are thinking about you transplant a shrub from a : cuit court Friday by Judge G. | and female
ouying 'some camellias now I I pot or a can.Regardless I!. L. Patten after they had been: SEVENTH DAY LADIEScan be :yours! EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR SALE-Male mIlkers.
Kids from heavy
,S time work. For need 5 aggressive I
,. .) I REGISTER i is the time to select the varieties of the style of I found guilty of car theft. : ADVENTIST CHURCH immediate Put spare placement to with men. Highest- commissions Cheap. Phone 964-0945 L. B.

S you want-while they are I root system you plant be sure Edward Lee Padgett, 18, wasi i Sabbath School [Saturday< ] Avon write Mrs. Mabel Gore. paid. Apply in person Friday. I Jordan Rt. 1 Box 427. Starke.
m bloom. To see the flowers I to settle these undergroundparts I sentenced to a term of six] Box 3617. Gainesville. Give Feb. 2 at LaRue Corporation. 2tp :2 ].

1 at their Sunday-best visit a with a soaking good suP- months to four years and Jefferson 9:30: a. m. Morning Worship, I directions to your home. .. 400 W. Madison. 2tchg 2-8 FREE RENT-to small fam-
between Wilson
I 11 a. In. Located I
I camellia show and make a list / ply of water. L. Johns, 18, to six 2tchg! 2-9 FOR RENT-2 bedroom attractivelY ib or ladv- See Stella Rho:1: n.
Road and Grinis Loop.E.
NOW! of the varieties that strike Fungus On Roses months to three years. The ALTERATIONS furnished apart- 4 1-2 miles out on RaifordRd.
I both L. Marley pastor. Phone ment. Central heat. Walnut Rt. 2 Box 72. phone 854303 I
your fancy. Then it will be The planting schedule also judge recommended that Women and childrens sewing.
964-1324. 969-1491. tfchg !. Itch;
easier to make up your mind I II includes roses. When plantedn I teenagers be committed to Mrs. Shirley Johnson. Lawtev. st. Phone
nhnn 782-3051 3tn 2-15
I on what to buy when you visit : January, rose bushes will ;Apalachee Correctional Insti-j PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS TRAILER PARK THERE ARE MORE people

t _LJFROM the nursery. not sprout generally until I I CHURCH LARGE HOUSE FOR SALE Large lots with patios available i ic, hospitals today for nervous
Pointers On Planting after frost dangers are past. I tute.Padgett was charged with I Comoletely furnished [6 I Close to down town and mental disorders than

THRU MAY 31 Now is the time for Planted I 1955 from' School, 10 m. apartments double garage. shopping. Westmoreland all other ailments combined.
FEB 1 I'' plant- earlier rose sproutsmay stealing a Mercury Sunday a. ; I 210 N. Cherry St Trailer Park WestmorelandSt. Chiropractic care generally
ing or transplanting. Here area get nipped during periods Terwillegar Motors. on New I'!Morning Worship, 11 a. m.. Enjoy a home plus Income. I. phone 969-2151. tfch prevents the need for hospitalization -
: few pointers to remember. of low temperatures. I Year's Day* and driving it to Evangelistic .services, 1:30 p. See "J.K. B'U inton. Owner. Phone the Bollins-

He Qualified To Enter Your Fish Prior to CatchingIt : There is definite relationship Water newly planted roses I I Jacksonville and back before I m. tfchg WE DON'T er Chiropractic tMV Clinic 9th for 2-8 anAnnn1nt""nt

You WILL NOT Be Qualified After Fish Is between transplanting and at least once a week if rainfall I I i abandoning it on the New, "Come, let us reason to' Traditional Sell you we help you buy. -
: pruning roots and tops-each is short, and be ready to i i Kingsley Lake Road after hell' gether." sofa. upholstered- in beige Good selection of new and ADULT EDUCATION COUR-

Caught! ': should be done carefully. The spray or dust to control black'. ran out of gas. The youth i !ereen & rose tapestry. $50. used 8' and 10' wide Mo- SES EVENINGS MONDAY All

SO REGISTER NOW! root system of any plant I spot disease as soon as the I tered the Ford garage by pushI -\ SOUTHSIDE CHURCH OF Phone 964-0881 Itchg! bile Homes. THROUGH High School THURSDAY.subjects. Business -

: should approximate the top bushes sprout.To i I ing open one window and breaking -; CilRlSTS FOR SALE-Pure bred Collie LAKE GENEVA Courses. Conversational

in volume; therefore the tops control this fungus disease another. He was implicatedin I puppies $25. W. E. Martin. 5 TRAILER PARK Spanish. Mechanical Drawins.
Black Bass I of plants should be reduced I that shows up as black II the theft by Johns in his! : ml. S. on 801. mi. N. Starke turn 1st rd. N. 1 mi. SE of Keystone Hts. Testing services. White stUdents

Prize; for Largest ji most cases. lesions on rose leaf margins confession to Bradford Deputy: Sunday-Bible Classes 10 a. of Toni Truck StOD. UP on Route 100 : contact L. H. Gibson.
I Office. Negro students -
S Conifer are the exception. 'I try one ounce of Captan a- Sheriff Willard Williams. I I m.; Assembly Worship with 771 tfchg USO Bide: Prof. Eddie

.1 MITCHELL. GARCIA long with a few drops of a Johns, who was charged with I I the Lord's Supper, 11 a. m., Tractor FOR SALE-Oliver and eauinment.Diesel Information FOR RENT 3 bedroom Thompkins: contact RJE High School'.

n wetting agent in four gallons j the January 17 stealing of a S Evening Assembly Worship at Post Office Gra- house in Recently tfchir
'II ......... Lawtey.
.u. of water. Apply the spray at ( Chevrolet model car from D-! 6:30: p. m. ham. Ph. 2377. Brooker. Dainted'and refinished inside.

Spinning Reel Value $$29.95 rn F YOU WANT Moet 'I teven-day intervals when I I&W Auto Supply, owned by Wednesday Bible Claawp! ,. 2tp 2-8 See Miss Enza Bianchard.2to FOR RENT-2 house bedroom 8t 431 N unfurnished St-

'I Denver R. Devrick said that'' 7:30: p. in.LAUREL. 2-15
: black spot is ent. ,
I GAS INFORMATION, I pre FOR SALE-2 new 3 bedroom i Clair St. See J. L. Silcox.
If :you want gladioli: for was the 12th car he had stolen. homes both excellent buYs. No FOR RENT- Nicely furnished 2to 2-1
: Easter or Mother's Day, plant The youth eluded police in a I MISSIONARYBAPTIST money down. Phone 964-8541. small apartment with private !- Terrier
Boston -
:Spinning :Rod Value $$12.95 NO OBLIGATION_ them by the last of January. wild chase before he finally i j CHURCH 2tchg 2-1 I bath. Couple or one only. FOR puppies SAlE-Male and a 1 yr. old:!
St. Gladys
I 337 N. Walnut
wrecked the automobile
:j Plant groups of corms every on a male AKC registered Boston
"* INFORMATION I two weeks from now until graded road south of Starke. He II I Rev. D. E. Willis. Pastor FOR SALE I Harrin ton. UP I Terrier. Free kittens. Phone

Perch CHEERFULLY arrested in Starke after he, Sunday School and Worship I Ready mix concrete. concrete LIKE lob maid 4-fiiZt.: : Iti)
for Speckled I : S I warm weather and you11I was WOULD a as a I
Prize Largest GIVEN 'I block Piers fence posts. sand
(:' I! spread ycur flowering season : had walked back to town. I 2 to 4 D.- m. Sunday.- cement. mortar mix rock. steel 'with one or two children or I FOR RENT OR SALE 3

I! of the tali-stemmed blossoms. In another auto theft case, Tuesday Prayer Meetin:30 ,- oyster shell flmprock and roof I t in>f'\nlr Restaurant QI'Rrnwnl as short Rt order UnWANTED i'! bedroom house. 456 W. Madison -

COOK-OUT /T ; Be sure to treat the corms before I the defendant, William B. Har- p. in.Saturday. I gravel. Phonp 964-2521. tfch i I'I'i II i S' Phone 964-1834 or

\ Fj : planting to prevent di I gin, 20, of Ontario, Canada,! Church ServIces-. Bradford Enrinwrine Co. I : LISTINGS FREE 9R4-RnR1 tft'h"_

Gas Unit (i seases. Treat corms by shak- was arraigned because his par.-! 7:30 p. m. I I FOR SALE-3 bedroom home. OPEN LISTINGS. NO SALE I I INCOME: TAX SERVICE:
Cylinder [9 ing them in a paper bag containing ents were not present. Harginis I I Large kitchen with mcdern J. Hansen. Rep. 5 ml S. of I': c. E.: wrrciiFsoNSATURnAYS

Spergon. charged by State AttorneyT. GRAHAM cabinets and modern bath. I Starke on U. S. 301. Phone I I
'VI Control Rust Mites E. Duncan with theft of a BAPTIST CHURCH 634 N. Cherrv St 3tp 2-15 4Rst-1; '7RR' Waldo._tfchg I AND
Value I Mon. Fri.; after 5 p. m.
$$19.95 from Colon Thomas of
%4 n $at.] Dooryard citrus growers car Anyone interested in attend- COLONIAL FLORIST i Call 961-1195
should inspect trees for red Starke on January 7. At pres- Sunday School, 10 a. m. ing Progresyve Primitive Only} F. T. D. Florist in Starke.I 521 Pratt S'.

For Dependable spiders, purple and sixspottedmites ent he is in the Bradford County;Horning Worship, 11 a. m. Baptist Meeting! contact Mrs. Flowers wired any place. Flow- _IQohe 4-13

You May Obtain Your Fishing and Hunting License and other insects during jail under $2,500 bond. The U. Training Union, 6:30: p. rn. W. R. Nelson. 964-4782. ltD ers for all occasions locally.East' FARMEquipment
Bottle For S. Immigration Department has Phone 964-6291. 506
cool dry weather.
I Evening Service, 7:30: p. m. GOOD USED Ranges and refrigerators Nona St. tfchg : Tot
From Our Sporting Goods Department. control, the stand-by remedyis i ordered his deportation after at prices you can
Prayer Meeting 8 Plowing
Bulk DN spray-one teaspoon toa the Bradford County case is aft 'rd. North Florida Supply. 8 ft. Deep Freeze For Sale. I II
gallon of water. The clerk disposed of. I I p. m.-Rev. C. L. Redding, pas- _412_ E. Call St. tfchg First $150 cash eets this steal. I Planting

See Us For Your Fishing & Metered at the garden center may Hargin told authorities that tor. Wayne's Cash Superette. W. I INDUSTRIAL
I FOR RENT2 bedroom unfurnished Equipment For Job
have a better suggestion. I the car had been given to him apartment. Phone Madison St. Itch: I Every :

Hunting Needs! Sulfur spray, four table- i and that he was using it toI I SEVENTH DAY 964-4921. tfch I FOR SALE-SUPER A Farm:Superior Tractor Co. \

., GAS spoons per gallon of water,I I travel to Pensacola to seek work I! ADVENTIST CHURCH All Tractor with cultivators.
: .* will kill rust mites and give t and to live with relatives. He $50 Reward Dead or alive D. E. Nettles. phone Lake PHONE EV 9-8772

'w... you clean bright fruit. However I was caught in Tallahassee when I Sabbath School [Saturday], haired medium mixed size breed black. cocker long Butler HY 6-4343 after 5 Up p. 5353 W. Bearer Jacksonville

PHONE if you believe that russet alert police investigated after I i 9:30: ajn. Morning Worshinp, spaniel, male aged 6 years. m. HAY FOR SALE

NO MONEY DOWN fruits are sweeter than clean I he bought gasoline by using I II 11 a.m. Located between Wilson Lost Jan. 18 on.. graded road BUSINESS PROPERTY Good auality from heavily
fruit then delay the spray hubcaps and floor mats from back of Plaza Lodge Motel. FOR SALE -Excellent loea-I fertilized pastures. $30 a ton
I I S the car as collateral.In !:: Road and Griff Loop. E. between M. C. Hoards and tion. 3 mi. north of on at farm 2 miles east of
t 964-7551 applications until you are sure L. Phone 961- M. C. Piechowski's. Bring dog U. S 301. 100 x 260 ft. Terms I' Starke. J. R Wainwrtiht.nhl'lTl t
... that the fruits have the cor- Ii other court action involving I Marley pastor. 5S to M. C. Piechowski's. ltD ava ble. Call 964-8641. flfiO-ISII! 1tehFOR
:: Repair rect amount of injury. automobiles, a pre-sen-I 1324. 2tih 2-8
Experienced ServiceMan FOR SALE 2 bedroom I SALECocker Spaniel
Italian Rye or other winter i tence investigation was ordered I I
RENT Furnished apart nuppies from A. K. C. Relt.I .
house with screened porches. POE -
Call for Irma Lee Allen
Add Rooms on temporary grasses planted six I Lawtey' Reasonable priced in city of ments. Reasonable rates. Near female. Phone 964-5685. Rt.
--- Carport --- I
: weeks or two months ago will\Negress, who pleaded guilty to Starke. Ph.. 964-6655. 2tp 2-8 shopping center. Phone 969- 1 Box 116. 2tp 2-8
24-Hours A DayAT (!aggravated assault. The Allen CLASSIFIED I J
need a little more fertilizernow i 2011 or call at 213 S. Cherry
Bath Room to keep growing. Apply 10''woman' originally was charged AD RATES ''I FOR RENT Khigsley Lake St. [Shell Oil Co. Office.] tfchg HASTINGS MATTRESS
furnished 2 bedroom house
with assault with intent to
to 15 of fertilizer I
pounds per UP TO 20 WORDS [ Well heated. Available to FURNISHED APARTMENTS: & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
(I INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND. FIXTURES Call Bill at 4609 1,000 square feet of lawn.If murder in the pistol shooting of: I June 1. Phone 964-4201 or lights and water furnished. i 719 Lemon
your chrysanthemums are another Negro woman, Millie, OlISSERTIOS' __ .93 984-0741. tfchg Inquire Bullinston Studio! or I Palatka
p ) Keystone Heights through blooming then cut Lyons, on November 12. : \ 321 West Madison St tfchg Furniture Repaired, Upholstered
: 2 Insertion same ad __ L5Q HELP WANTED I.I & Refinished
the stalks at the ground level. I i ii
Time To Re-roof If the 'mums are crowded, it'sa i AN to take over Watkms anartments for rent. W. H.,
Home Owned good time to divide them j i. CHURCH I I S route in Starke. Good for UP Nollman. 510 N. Cherry. I New Innerspringsand

and replant. Also, if the plantsare Sunday School, 9:45: a. m.:: Each word over 2025e lie to $65 weekly to start No in- tfrhsr : Box SpringsDrOPVIACaTIIOVCI

Morning Worship, 11:15 in.JTrainins""Union vestment. Set your own hours. :
FREE ESTIMATES Home Operated stunted or show other : a Permanent opoortunity. Fullor BE SURE to see WORLD ,
sings of disease, then replace I 6:30 p. m.i EXTRA CHARGE FOB part time. Watkins Pro- BOOK before buying any en- : PALATKA: EA 5-9166
Same Location !' them with new disease-free !:Evening Service. 1:30 p m.-! KEYED ADS OR ADS Not ducts. Dept. J-4. P. O. Box cyclopedia. M. A. Payne your STARKE 8U- 9Ui

STARKE BUILDERS plants. Set the replacementsin Rev. Robert Haisten. pastor.. i iI ,I PAID ADVANCE 2447. Memphis 2 Tenn. UP local representative since 195$. i MRS. PEGGY SHALLEB.
a 'new location that has I t ii i i iI II I II I Box 603. Ph- 964-3794 tfchz ) Starke Agent
not been set to 'mums in the j. PENTECOSTAL .I CARDS OF ThANKS ONE FULL TIME AND ONE LOST Female Walker Fox S 1 PEYTON FLORIST

past couple of years- HOLINESS CHURCH Up to 50 words 2.50 PART TIME WITH 92 YEAR Hcund. Black white and tan. I 119 S. THOMPSON ST.
INC. 324 W. Brownlee St. OLD COMPANY. ROUTE Black specks In white. Last t PHONE *6-4l55
Each word 50 5t
"' CHURCH OF GOD Sunday School, 10 a. m. over TYPE WORK. AVERAGE heard runni1::? at Graham.Jan. NIGHT 964-3891 or 969-1922
7:30 p. m. Evening Worship. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. $2.46 PER HOUR. MAN OR 19. Tae on collar W. E. DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS
WOMAN AGE 35 TO 65. Har ee. Lawtfy. 2tche 2-8 We Wire Flowers
School 10 m.Mom. Evangelistic Service, 'I:30 Anywhere
tug Worship, 11 a. m. Sortaj' m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting MR. GREENE. 659 W.PEACHTREE FOR SALFGarland rest-
:' PHONE 964-4201 I Evening Service 7:45 p. m., fcao 4P: .!I4.a Saturday..1 il 5c. Per Wort i ST.. N. E. ATLANTA rant gas ranze.:: Good con FOR.1.iSALE.Easv Washing

p. m. Prayer Meeting .Friday,, Youth Service! 7:30 p. m.- Ii -r- I -8. GA. No. 16tch2 dition. Call 96J0173.2tchg M Th'n e. 1105. W. Madison
2-1 2-8 St.
7:45 3tp 215I'
p-' p. m. .. David T. McGhee. pastor.


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Bradford'.qounty Telegraph .

-. flSAILKE.FLOSIDA. THTTRsnAV. FFR i. 1965VVVYVVYYyVvyyyyyyyyyyyy

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NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED & Chestnut in charge of ar- tiny larvae or grubs that bore I HEUBRONN
onto the flesh and spend several :
rangements. BAPTIST CHURCH
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Meeting PostponedMrs. i STATE FARM months tunneling in the I

body. The grubs move up Sunday School 10 a, O.

cap Elizabeth ctneq L. M. Hoyal. presidentof i 87.IhMer .Gross, [By Sin. E. F. Mon) a d through the animal tissues Morning Worship 11 a. m.
..................... .. .. American Legion Auxiliary V-\ RANCN
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------ ............ and appear in the backs of Training Union 6:30: p. m.
.. Post.314, annouces that the ....... A A'A A A A AA'A i AA'A A A A A At Aq P
Starke Caters For more than-" 50- - -- - cattle In November, December -, Evening Worship. 7:30: p m.
years regular will
meeting not be
Down Dunnellon delivered Mrs. Verli Johns returned Richard Dugger is home,for' and January.For Prayer Meeting Wednesdays
babies for both held Sunday due to the funeral : "
The swift-moving Tigers of last week'after a three weeks several. days' from r Palatka 7:30: p. m. Rev. Joe RooP.
races. On one. occasion she of more information and
; Rev. C. A- Crum. Mem-
RJE took visit with'Mr- ahdMrs.: E. W. Junior College. Mary Dugger pastor. Ray Norman pianist.
advantage of control
an said she had delivered almosta bers will be notified to remedies for external
early lead over the Dunnellon thousand babies. when there will be as Elder and family in Mobile also spent the weekend at parasites ask us for our circular Glen Norman. Sun-* School
a meeting.
team to go and defeat them Surviving is one daughter, Card Of Thanks Ala.Mr. home. She is, employed With on control of external superintendent: W. H. Green,
by a score of 6860. This win and.Mrs. Charles Perry Bell Telephone Co. in Jack-
Mrs. linnie'DeSue; 36 grandchildren G. T. parasites of livestock in Flori- Training Union director. D. R.
We By Hoggin
wish to our and
express daughter Karen, of sonville..
was quite an important
one '
; 72 great grandchildren da.
Redding chorister.
thanks to our many friends Gainesville visited 'Mr. and Jim [ McLendonhas
the Tigers, since both ; 53 great great grand County Agent J
teams are members of the children; and a host of relative and the doctors and nurses Mrs. M. O. Harrell' Saturday completed his six months {- -- ..
tame district. High pointers for their kind deeds and love afternoon.Mrs. I training 'the Marine Corps Inspection Program tail and around the hind

Willie Banks collected 23 Kites For Mn.ChildsMrs. expressed during the illness Edd Polk visited Mr. and is at home for a while Important parts.; They, too, spend their SHOP ANYWHEREFOR

baskets for RJE. Victory for Ida Childs, the sister and death of my father, John and Mrs., H. B.. Stokes in .: before re-entering Florida External parasites on live- entire life cycle on the host NEW OR USED

,Dunnellon places Starke as of Mrs. Laura Whitmore. who Lennon. -Rev. Levy Lennon Starke Friday afternoon. State University, where he stock and poultry do more animal and are more prvalant

one of the top teams in the and family. Mr. and Mrs. Desso Herseyof was a .student damage each year than we animal and are more pre-
was visiting here from Tampa
district. died Friday night in Singing Union Waycross, Ga. and Mr. and Miss Sarah Osborne, a stu- might realize. Without fre- valent during winter and ear-j Then Come See Us!

The Tigerettes of RJE enJoyed Bradford County. Hospital The Youth and Adult Singing Mrs. Jake Hersey of High dent .Florida. South College, quent inspection of your animals ly spring.

an equally importantwin after;, a brief illness. Union will be held at the Springs were Sunday guestsof lakeland, is home for several much damage and loss Linognathus Vital WE'LL MATCH ANY DEAL

over Dunnellon girl :, Surviving- two sisters First Born Church of the Mrs. Rose Drawdy and cf weight will occur before This includes the longnoseand
are days.Mrs. I
ragers. Oretha Hamllton' and :PaulineMyers; of-Tampa t and Living God on Feb. 3. There family R. P. McLendon spent you can get set up for a spray short-nose cattle lice usually -j i UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET

Betty Crum chalked up 11 ..Mrs. Laura Whitmore; of will be four groups: The Lilies Miss Linda Green of Flori- Monday in Jacksonville. program.: It is much better to found on the head,I

points each for RJE to win Starke; two daughters, Eliza Special, and The Singing An- da Southern College. Lake- Mrs.Gene Stephens has returned prevent external parasites neck, and brisket. Animals i Your Authorized Dealer
gels from land was home for several from Pensacola where than to recognize their infested have hair coat with I
by a score of 3222. Weathers of Tampa,,and Es- Brunswick Ga. will pre- a 215 S. E. FIRST GAINESVILLE
PTA Notice tella Chambers of Brooklyn, be present. All singers are incited i: days between semesters with she has been visiting relativesfor sence through loss of animal rough coarse appearance and I

The regular' PTA meetingwill N. y.; one son, Jerome 'Eppsof to take part, and every-j her parents Mr. and several days. wight or patches of hair beginning will not make maximum pro- f --

be held at 8 p. m. wednesday .Philadelphia; Pa. amany nd one is invited to attend. The Earl Green. MrS.I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gilmore to shed. duciton or gain. They rub

Feb. 7, at RJE High other relatives. church is located in Lincoln Mr. and Mrs. Terry of Kissimmee are guests of Siphona Irritans against posts, fences, and I Attention Livestock Producers!

school.:' .' Funeral services will, be 'City.-Elder C. W. Howard David of Lake. City were Sun- Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Swann. This is the horn fly that trees and will lick themselves.

Laid To Restis.zabeth. ., held at,J:30 p. m. Saturday in president; Elder F. Howard, day night guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wardand we find on our cattle. Horn duction or grain. They rub If have
Bethel host pastor; Zephariah Lane, Mrs. Fred McDavid.Mr. children were Saturday flies are blood suckers that I These lice also spend their you hogs or
DennifieldDSue .Baptist Church with .'
well known and respected Rev. A. Vinson officiating reporter. and Mrs. Edd Polk were night guests of Rev. and Mrs.E. remain on the animal except I entire life cycle on the animal. cattle to sell now or in .\. .. -

-' Mount visiting Mrs. Faye Johnson I F. when IlaematopLnus Suis the future please con .
Moriah Church :Mayton. laying They
eggs. con-I <
Burial will
midwife, was a life- be in the Odd Fellows I) .....
and Iris Lee in Gainesville : Mr. and Mrs. Fred Russell tact one of the buyers _'
gregate primarily on the
long citizen of Starke and CemeteryRev. / will be held ;I These are hog lice and i .

Bradford County.She was the Crum: Succumbs Sunday starting at 9:30: with Saturday spent the weekend In St. withers and back and are there is only one kind knownas I, at Copeland Sausage .:: \(.,_
Rev. Robert Dell in Mrs. Guy Harrell and Augustine. most numerous on dark color- Company and give them ..Y"t:
daughter of the late Thomas Funeral services will be held charge. hog louse. They are found .. ..
Louvenia The trustees will hold services daughter Regina, Pat Big- ed animals. Horn flies can an opportunity to buy
and Dennifield, at 1 pi; m. Sunday in Ebenezer only on hogs and do not attack -
I ham and Mrs. Verlie Johns "'."''''YY''Y'.TT''YW easily cost you 20 to 50 poundsof livestock.
pioneer citizens of Starke. Baptist Church for Rev. C. at 11 a. m. Everyone is invited'to other animals. Hog lice your

Mrs. DeSue was born on Aug. A. Crum. well known minister i i attend Rev. McLendon, visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles beef per animal per year. I are found primarily on the I

11, 1860 and died Jan. 16, and respected citizen, who pastor; Harry Young, lay Perry afternoon.in Gainesville Sunday LAffTEYBy% tlaematopinus Quadripertusus' inside of the upper part of I COPELAND OFFERS YOU

1962 in Bradford County died at his home Thursday, leader and reporter. This is another blood-suck-I legs, in the folds of skin about 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!
Allen Mrs. T: W. Markey and Mrs. ing parasite known to us as.j
Hospital. Jan. 25. Rev. E. D. Robinson, Chapel A. M. E. Blaneh.r3LLaWw. ; the neck, and inside the|

She was an active memberof assisted by other ministers Rev. L. A Sampson will hold Iva Home Douglas Demonstration attended Council the- . Bovicola Equi
Pleasant Grove Methodist will officiate. regular services Sunday start- I

Church since 1885, and held Rev. Crum was born hi ing with Sunday School at Tuesday.meeting at Starke last Girl Scouts Meet This is a biting louse that I 2. No commission.

the offices of class leader, White Oak, Ga., but. spent; 9:45: with Miss Fannie Bell Tommy Cox of Lake Butler The Candlelight Investi- Prescott, who is critically ill attacks horses and mules.I 3. Special consideration given to meat

lady; steward, and presidentof most of his adult years in Frazier in charge. Morning was the Sunday dinner guestof ture Service was held last Friday 'at the home of his niece, Mrs. There is another that is the

the Ladies Aid Society. At Florida. He pastored in Brad Service, 11 a. m. Love Feast, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green night in the Methodist Evelyn Edwards.Mr. blood sucking type. Both I type hogs \

an early age she was marriedto ford, Union, and Putnam 6 p. m. with Holy Commun and Linda Green. Church. Scoutleader Margu- and Mrs. Marvin WarDen \I kinds are most prevalent I 4. Can furnish hauling for sufficientquantities.

Stephen Ik$ue, and they Counties. ion.The Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazen 'erite Waihwright Brassel inducted ,and daughter Lynn spent about the head, neck, withers I ,

had eight children. Burial will be in the Odd i Woman's Day program and Mr.-and Mrs. Vasco Haz- 'nine girls into the Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. and base of the tad .

I will terminate Sunday, Feb. en of Starke visited Mr. and troop oft Gateway Girl Scout E. Warren. llypoderma Lineatum

r 11. Chairmen for the program Mrs. Wallie Crews Sunday Council of Jacksonville. They Friends of E. H. Harrison This is the common cattle CALL COLLECT HOward 2-3011

1 are Miss Addie Leggette and afternoon. were Peggy Lee Brassel, Linda will regret to learn of his ill- grub caused by heel flies. Only

Mrs. Corine Butler. A rich Mrs..Paul Emery and sonsof ; Craft, Regina'Gladieux, Martha : ness. He is receiving treatmentin one species of heel flies is FOR CLAUDE PHILLIPS PRESTON POLE,

Announcing I I program has been plannedby Palatka were weekend Marie- Oriff1&Smith[. Gloria, Padgett, a V. A. Hospital in Lake found in Florida. Cattle are! NORMAN VEECII ,
,- Diann Teston,
: these ladies, and the public guests of her mother, Mrs. City. seen in the spring running!

is invited to attend all ser- Eva Harrell. Paulett 1 : .Griffis. and Nella&rkland. Sympathy is extended to from heel flies or standing in
I Linda. Brassel is already I
I vices. All members are asked Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Fowler Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Turnerin water to keep the flies from CopelandSAUSAGE

I to make the contribution to and family of Starke visited a_ 2nd class Scout. This the loss of their grandsonin laying eggs which are usually

j,i chairman' of your board. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Polk and makes the a total of 10 members Tallahassee, who_ passed attached to hairs below the
West Side Gulf.SERVICE Please help make this in local troop. SAUSAGE ALACHUA FLORIDA
I cessful drive.Bethlehem a suc- sons Saturday night. The., girls, had baked the away Saturday. I I hock. The eggs hatch into I .
Mr. and Mrs. Vinson Bazar cookies
that they served with lr
Free Will
I and son, Wayne and friend
punch jto-parents ,and, friends,
Biptlst;Church of Ja ksomille..visited )lr&] ..
STATIONNow All activities for the week Doshia Prescott Sunday. yho.were.Mrs. 'present.. r you're one of the millions .,
j Braasel wishes to '
l start at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday : Mr. and'Mrs. Roy Beeeher I of car owners who should
thank her friends who assisted
i .
senior choir practice; Wed- of Akron, Ohio were the Sun- ; gel their cars servicedthis GALAXIE
her and for the use of rtfllng and perforaunce tender
nesday, prayer meeting; day guests of Mrs. Mattie flower arrangements.At week,here's good news: I p of thefollehecsri.FAIRUNE ; I

Under Ownershipand I Thursday, Woman's Home Barry. The Churches ,
Mission and Junior Choir Mr. and U'a. Marvin idfst
Grace : Church
I practice; Friday, prayer band. : Fletcher and son of. Lakelandwere 9:45.a.
School. m. Morning
The anniversary program weekend guests of Mr.
Management of Worship, ,11 a. m. Evening
'I' that was held last week was and Mrs. L. C. Wood. Service, 7:30 p. m. MYF each
I much enjoyed by everyone Mrs. Dave Green eras the
'Wednesday. 7 p. m. The regular -
I who attended. The pastor and weekend guest--of .Mr.and
fellowship covered dash:
i members are grateful for the Mrs. Alex Williams and Kirkat .:a r <
dinner will be held at 6 p. m.
Honest John's Gulf ServiceSAME I success, both spiritual and White ,Sand -lake near
Sunday in the parsonage.
financial. The amount raised
'I Keystone Heights.
First Baptist:
was 1183.75.NOTICE Kenny Green and Stanley
School. 10 a. m. Morning
Green visited Billy Shumanat
i Worship 11 a. m. BTU, 6:30

NOW AVAILABLE AT WEST SIDE OF INTENTION TO the Medical Center in i p. m- Evening Service 7:30
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Gainesville Friday. Ford lithinat '
each s1O l12
: p. m. Prayer t
AS hereby given that Mr. and Mrs. Edd Polk and
ARE ACCUSTOMED TO the undersigned under the pro- .: Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. starting .
visions of visited Mr. and Mrs.
Chapter sons
20,953. Laws
Jan. 5, at 7 m.
Monday. p.
AT HONEST JOHNS ON N. TEMPLE I of Florida. Acts of 1941. will Frank Polk and family and .y.
register with the Clerk of the a Sunday School study.courseon
I I Circuit Court, in and for Brad Mr. and Mrs. Leander Parrlsh
the book of Jeremiah will ;
ford County Florida upon receipt In Trenton, and Mr. and Mrs. service stopsreqiuredbymost ears
West Side Open- 7 A- M. To 9 P. M. of proof of publication of t be conducted at the church.
this notice the fictitious nam Perry O'Steen In Newberry Rev. Edward Harvey of
Honest John's Open 24 Hours of WESTMORELAND TRAILER ( Sunday. j
PARK, under which I Whitehouse Baptist
engaged in business at 200 II Birthday Party will assist the pastor.
South Westmoreland Street, Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. en- --
Starke. Via. Personals .-.

-Your Patronage Appreciated- I Box B. 233 C., Holtzendorf.Starke, Fla. ;Jr.sole Rt.own 2. on tertained her birthday her daughter.Friday night Pat, Mrs. J. C. Tye, Mrs. Hiram r la a dace by fleet(.right / ,
between sad -
Bennett and Miss Enza compact big tin.
I', er.Dated this 8th day of January with a weiner roast and slumber Blanchard attended the Home
I A. D. 1962 at Starke Bradford party.
Council meet- tr"
County._Florida.L Demonstration --- hf' '
There were 20 guests 'present -
ing in Starke last Thursday.The

After for the gifts the weiner were opened roast., Heilbrpnn Club of was Mr.host and

I L STARE BUSINESS DIRECTORYAUTO refreshments of birthday cake Mrs.Recent Charles guests Shuford were

and drinks were served. Sev- their son, Carl and familyof
eral games were played and Eau'Gallie. I
enjoyed by the guests.
Mr. and Mrs. George Atkinson -
BODY,SHOP AUTO RADIATOR i Six girls enjoyed the slum- ,
J. B. Wright visited the John C. Tye ,
ber party later. Miss Shirley
Ed Prevatt's SINCLAIR SERVICE Green assisted Mrs. Bigham family Sunday.
Mack's Body Shop Garage STATION Friends of Jerry Turner.
with the party.
RADIAT02$ SEST1CS EOn of Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Complete A.U Serrlo Hone Shtnr And Meeting
BODY A FENDER KZPAXSaCOLL1SIO New C+rct.- KtttdiscIteUftr Turner will regret to learn he Gataxie tfuei .
Tire In 1962 Ford Fairlanc all
Ba.tterIM-.ec..dll. The North Florida Cutting Bradford a or you can go year-or
8E&YIC2Ptintinf ,,Oraok SkafiGriadia i* still confined to :.
EUetrtaaison WeWiAc5U Horse Association held a. show break- IM4' Mme 'r W''r Wb eae'r aw CMr CYY eM"Ir
HI-WI< at the McDavid Ranch sun- County Hospital after 12,000 miles-with only two stops for service. This revolutionary -:...
Vfr*M.' Lava Mower Uotov BeJrltnl ing his leg New Years day. 10 i x x It It
day afternoon. After the show,, amavailable'x
is spending twicer-year
new ro
Phone 854-0154 Mrs. Lula.Norman P
PRE BJITMATBSPita AUTO TIRES they met at the home of Mr. 2IX x x x I
1812415Wll Or M4-3SS1 and Mrs. Fred McDavid fora some time with her son-and only in the cars from Ford -frees you forever from the MILLS s
So. and daughter, Mr.
Walnut Starke Starke Recap Co. UJlES x.x Z x I
K. TroW. Sferka meeting. Mr. McDavid, Mrs. St Claire Mosley and of roontA-a/ter-roonfA servicing. (See chart.)
P ppy B.alst a. Owner Ns>; president, was in charge. Jacksonville. nag-nag-nag Wien Mme x x x x I I I x
'children in
SERVICEDodd' Recapping for CUll: Trea&a After the meeting, a barbe Mrs. 0. J. Phillips and Mrs.J. It's the biggest thing that happened to cars since Ford ii e x x I .x I
AUTO & cue supper, was served on the S. Norman attended< the .
PARTS NEW TIRES AT SAVPfOflAUTOLTTK patio. Char- introduced the 12-month or 12,000-mile warranty.4': See'::: x x I a a
,Auto Sales funeral of their cousin,

GStiBUL feZTAI&INQXntant&tioaftl H44221 BATI'IBIISa..e ies Phillips, at Theressa Fri your Ford Dealer soon-and start saving time end money Lt x x a I I l I

Starke, Motor. \ IJfetmlbmera 1J5 N. Teazle, Start & ?. Wtta&j, Faster da Mr.y., and Mrs. B. E. Reddish' Kith the convenience of tidce-a-year maintenance. It's I x It IE I I I IJ.

FARM SUPPUES were weekend guests of their I J., Ford IIIUS._ '. II
Parts Co., Inc. ramo.vB Sunday School 19 a. m.. son-in-law and daughter, Mr:: another first
Tires BatUrtes Aeoesaori Morning Worship 11, a. m.: = x x x I111.IX
J. O. Pons, and
Brownlee& Mrs.
52S 8. Walcott"IM4H1Starke : Evening worship 7 p.: B. Fray* and 7 7
foorJrtbcr Lail family.: 'Fo d Motor CcKpanr! worronu to to ixtn. ,and b deaUn m hm.worrort to Afar twtemwtoi x x I
NAPA Chasteen er mtetinj Wednesday 7 p. m. foilowi:TM for 12 month or for t2U03.ilc, 4udtfir amn ire,frtt nptacwwtf. --1 .
F.tOoh. "66" Service .:. :- On Sunday Mr. and_Mrs.HCV tadudep mad *..will br.odr by d.afrn 01 0II'f part wih o deled a work-'ip a-J g x x I I I x
SEEDS Ills .-I .d.ioY.ran or*not covered: by the warranty,epcrepriata afoiMif n4 cartim to.U .
Bill EdwardsWE WainJr &ht.had as guests and*by..1ire raapmia Owners*i8+ nmdn mfetoMt far normal nairivarxt urnct ,ara.n.. n.wYb beanab A brd era V ranee.
Eroimlee A: cUrk FEKTR12ESSlawcticttec { their 'son, Clyde and Mrs. 'end r Jin.rtpUxMe;:: ft niTl.ime tax ucfc at ae..part P<9.o d igntte pertfc l da q.,das.b hS+loalins.M .brWlmr,",.at .17
Pkone 864-0801, W4-0811 BSAXESEEYIdHla.n SPECIALIZE Ef |Crfe. a Pluta i WILLIAMSJEWELRY Wtinwright's parents, U.and lid 1Ir"n.aod rar k t rrvs aaaaaf hr sob

"Tour ftttadr/
Mrs. Jesse Starling Bar-
Wheel tnf 4Hsrae : Ali jII>ne61t Farr t Supply 8tcrt- '.

AUTO REPAIRS M4-SSI1 C... HUi &: a.anSt&lb; -tow
11'1 N. Ti Sfeita I Bu4d Devine Is spending.. -JAiUMNfAORD .

WELDINGGARAGEThomas i Ii I REPAIRS few,daft'with his, parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Devine. i$0 JY car.nuz DlUYlNC Cd.Y'W
Earl's Garage Gilbert 1 S. Brown I WAT $ -DWlO!.BS: ,
Welding Mr., and Mrs J. L. Waters
st& art Oi Smte S4U W AI TTark Guraatod>
ALL KINDS or I attended the funeral of a
A1rJ' UtfAtf' "tu ATLAS Electric *&& Acet71eDt weLtlll ti i A. C. WflKama cousin (of Mr.;.Waters' in Valdosta TERWILLEGAR

TIZBudget BATTEXJBS! Rays Welder Wffl Tr&w8 I 142t9. CaS St.swu. Ga. Sunday.

All Work fDtataatlM Terrain- "Bcs4Thau lI.u Work Guaranteed FLo. Mrs. Hattie Darley spending MOTORS'C
Fits HI-2 *4ft UI W. Bmrale M4WI1KI4
70/irli a- few days in Jackson-'206 West Madison
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cate bridge were: First Days 10 &. m., Holy sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS KEYSTONE Set For March 6 i Sought For Use Mrs. Paley Boyd and Harris Herring of Pennile to

KALENDAR To Fill VacancyKeystone As P. 6. FacilityThe John Strawn; second Rev. Mlllard H. Brey- Chattahoochee on Wednesdayto
Mrs. C. C. Maxon and Vicar. visit their sister, Miss Mary
By Mrs. Alice Rothhaminerk
By :Mary K Schaeffer
: W. J. Grolick third
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Post Office .Department
. .', . . . . . .. .. '.. Heights voters will t A AA A.i.A AAAA AAAA AAAAA Mrs. R. P. and
aaAAaAAaa..a..a.a. Vogh FIRST METHODIST! and Mrs. E. J. Hutsonare
Feb. 1
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:interesting Meeting for 'the afternoon and was introduced Duplicate Bridge Club, 10a. March 6, to fill the unexpiredterm nounced that it will advertise Mrs. V; Y. Crawley and Mrs. Gladys McGill. MELBOfi spending several days at

.t Garden Club by. Mrs. Fremont, m., Woman's Club. of Councilman J. L.. for. bids on January 30 for, a Wilson spent last Sunday New: officers; were Horseshoe: accompanied by
The Garden Club of the Toiles program chairman. Keystone Heights Branch Hetherington. who resigned new postal facility at Keystone visiting their brother and at the Home 9:45: a. in., Chureh I little Frank Cox of Melrose.

akes met at the home of question. and answer periOd. Library open 3 till 7 p. m. due to moving from the city. .. Heights. sister-in-law, Mr. and :Mrs. F. Clubhouse Thursday. for all ages, 11 a. m.I I Charts Brown of Gainesville
Irs. Dan Pater on Nelson's followed. Community Church Choir Although there was a difference The department said! it E. Weeks and children at included: Mrs. L. B. : Worship. 6:30: p. m., spent last weekend with his

*oint for their jegulaxnonthly M 'i. Pater's co-hostess, Practice, 7:30 p. m. of opinion as to plans to us an existing building Green Cove Springs.Mr. son, president; Mrs. i Fellowship. mother and stepfather Mr.
: meeting, Thursday, Mrs. C. E. Mitchell, assisted DeMolays meet 7:30: Ma- whether the vacancy shouldbe for'the new;post office if and Mrs. John Beller- Perry vice president; I a1, 7:30: p. m., Bi!- and Mrs. Z. W. Grantley.Mr. .

ran. 25, at'1:30 p. m. Thereere her in serving a delicious sonic Hall. filled by appointment or possible. Requirments are for jeau of Indian River City A. Godley, secretary; I and Prayer Meeting. and Mrs. John Groutare
22 members present dessert with coffee. A social Friday, Fek 2 election. the council, in a 2,000 square feet of .interior spent the weekend with her K. Schroeder, treasurer; Ted Springer, pastor. again touring the Southern -
"he meeting was called to or- hour followed. Last chance to make reservations special meeting last Thursday space, 216 square feet of platform parents Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mrs. James L. Price Jr. part of Florida. They de

''er by President Bee Cooper, The next regular meeting for the Annual Lunch- decided to play it safe and space and a 3,000 sistant CHURCH not have very good luck in
ho read a poem on gardens. will be held at the home of eon of Community .Church- hold an election. square-foot paved parkingarea. Ford.Mrs.. Andrew Taylor is School News MELROSE finding agreeable weather at
"he Treasurer Mrs. Bill Dale Mrs. Albert Bachman, women. Call 4301. The deadline for candidates Rental terms would require home after an extended stayin The Melrose Kenneth W. Griffith, this time of year.
was unable to attend be- Thursday, 'Feb 22 at 1:30: p. Meeting of Women Golfers' to file their petitions is a basic five-year lease the Alachua General Hospital beaten .twice last Barnes of Jackson-
ause of illness and there- m. Association, 10:00: a, mat February 13. with two-year renewal'op- at Gainesville. Friday night Bronson '& School 9:45: &. m. ville George is spending a few. days
Keystone Country Club. tions. Principal and Mrs. Clarence to a 70-52 victory and &. 11 a. m.
ore there was no report. Stork Shower For in Grandin! with his brother
fiss Bessie Rutherford, Gar- Mrs. James HetheringtonMrs. Rotary Luncheon. 12:15: Last year the departmentwas Holden attended the Garris- day! night Dunnellon and MCF 7 p. m. W. C. Burnes. who has not
I en Therapy' Chairman will James Hetherington Noon, at Masonic HalL of Frostburg, Md. are thp seeking a site te be used Mathews wedding in Gaines- aver them 77-36. Worship I p. m.
for the past
ay Mrs. Davie a visit. was the guest of honor at a Keystone Heights Branch proud( parents of a second :'oi: a. prom>sed nw,pot office ville Saturday. Strawn was high Meeting [Wed.] 7Sft: been weeks.very .
Each member had brought 'stork shower held for her by Library open 3 till 7 p. m. daughter. Shelly Dawn.. born building but due \o. delays Rev. and Mrs. Heaton at- the. losers both nights, I two
n arrangement featuring I members oj the Community DuPont Men's Bowllng Jan. 22 in a Cumberland. Md. caused by a controversy tended the Episcopal Dioceseof ;ng in 27 points Friday I Mr. and :Mrs. Christian Ols-
j ach one's birth month, us- Church... Choir on Thursday League Bowlero, Gainesville, hospital. The Randolphs are over zoning negotiations were Florida in Jacksonville and 13 Saturday night. TTTTTTTT.TT.TTT.GRANDIN son have returned to New
ug. for example, the tradi- evening Jan. 25, at the homeof 7:30: p. m.DpulicaLe. former Keystoners. and they dropped. The .present plan Thursday and also visited Junior High team lost York for a brief visit, returning -
tonal birth-stone, the flower Mr. and Mrs-, S. E. Mc Bridge Club, 7:30: lived in thehouse now owned apparently is to lease an existing friends in Daytona Beach. stone Friday night, and to Grandin in the near

le Zodiac Sign, the legendf Kay. The party was also a p. m. at Woman's Club. and occupied by Mr. and Mrs. building rather than Wade Crouch, son of Mr. to Dunnellon Saturday future.
the month, the colors in- ta e-weU party for Mrs. Saturday; Feb. 3 Joseph Wildt and family on build a new one. and Mrs. Dean Crouch is The girls team has Mrs. Rebecca Brantley Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Turnercf

:Dived etc. Most Important Hetheringtoni: as she will son Keystone; Branch Library Keystone Lake. home after several days in I: roe league game this Jacksonville spent last
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r course, was the ingenuity be moving to Baltimore. Md. open from 10:00 a. m. till Mrs.. Whitmore Entertains I. Bradford County Hospital. and that was to Church"m: & weekend at their Rainey Lake
nd imagination employed. Mrs. Hetherington.has. been 2 P, m., On,Saturday evening, Jan. the, .MeJrosfr .Hjmi Demon- Mrs. John McLeod is now. in Friday night they R. IHappyl Pierce has I cottage near Grandin.
The'members'were asked tote 'the organist at the Community Henderson Wilhelm, wedi 27. Mrs. A. c. Whjtmore bad stratioir:Cl\1ob\ on Jfn25 Mrs. the Shady Rest Nursing Homein record by beating : listed among the sick of ,
for their choices of ar- Church for a number of ding, 2:00: p. m., at St. An a sort of open house for her Gus Alderman; installed the Gainesville on the.Archer 55-49, the first time community for the past I
mgements. They were' each years. Shower guests included ne's Episcopal Church. neighbors so that they might; following officers for 1962' : Road. She. would welcome done for 7 years. but we are pleased to I GATOR AUTOMATIC
ven five pennies and all Miss Gertrude Hotter. Mrs. Sunday, Feb. 4 meet; her visiting daughter ,- President, Mrs. L. 'B. Nicholson -. having friends visit her.C. Ford paced the game that he is sufficiently : Transmission Service
ted separately. placing- the Jack Haberstroh Mrs. Dorothy Attend the church of your Capt. Ji>>atricia. Whitmore,. ; Vice. ?zesH: .)4rs.; Clarence L. Henderson- Jackson points, while from the flu to be !'
opropriate numbers of pen- Rundstedler, Mrs. Robert choice in, the morning. USAF, of Sacramento, Calif. Perry; Secretary. ,. Mrs. G. A.' ville spent Saturday with Mr. had 21. Friday night at his job on the dredge Complete AytooiaUc

ties on their first, second Hendry, Carol Gardner; Mr. Choir Practice, St. William's Mrs. Whitmore entertainedher Godley. ;_ Treasurer.: Mrs. H. K. and Mrs. W. W. Addison. only will play at St. the Davenport Sand Com Transmission Service
ad third choices. This proved and Mrs. George LaRue, Mrs. 12:00: Noon. guests showing color slidesof S hr dei; Delegate, Mrs. G. .Mrs. Gabe Pelly. and son tine. Exchange Units Repairs ,

hard thing to. do, as each John Bird. Mrs. Josepr Stein. First Baptist Church Young Arizona and California. A. Godiey;; Assistant Secretary David of Jacksonville. spent The.monthly meeting and Mrs. B. J. Alder Parts
People's Choir Practice, 6:30p. : Refreshments were served. Delegate Mrs. J. L. Price, the weekend in Melrose.Mr. All Work On Premises!
rangement was so lovely. Mr. and Mrs. Georg, Colgin : .Melrose ETA will be ; have returned home
Winners were Mrs. Paley'oyd's Jim Hetherington Myron m. Guests included Rev. and Jr.; Corresponding Secretary. and Mrs Harry Brad- the school auditorium spending several days in 19 S. E. 2nd Place Gainesville
Community Church "Pio Mrs. A. E. Rather, Mr. arid: Bernice Crowley. .
of Mr. and..Irs.
ley Tampa-visited
Mr. and Mrs.
Prevatt Jr., Feb. 5, 8 .
arrangement for first day nigjiti? p., ,
Clemens, Margaret neers" to meet at 6:00: p. m. Mrs. C. L. Sipe Mr. and Mrs. The Presid -Elect, Mrs. R. M..Cason recently PHONE S72-OS-J2
aoice; Mrs, Dan Pater's and, Harry Nicholson, announced appointment -. program wjll be g Callie., Rye of Grandin, ,
Irs. Bessie Rutherford's tied Muir, Rev. an.<\ Mrs. /.. ,C. in Educational Building. George Sipe, Miss Anna Mc-. Mr; andMrs. David Hinnanb Problem Child." .
Community Church Young Cull ugh, Mr. and Mrs. John of the following of spent.Sajjutday
Holt, and from out-of-tosn: Middleburg the Future
and Mrs.
remont>r second(Tolles'.place arrangement; t Mr. and ?\!is. George Canova People to meet at 7:00: p. m. Bird, and sons Paul and Tom- Chairmen: Bazaar, Mrs.. Margaret" with Mrs. Hinnant's parents America will provide NOTICE I II
in Educational Building. Bird. Schroeder. ; Citizenship.. !
of Starke. my Mr. and Mrs Howard Morris. :
sitting, free of charge.
third place. .
tr Firemen Honor Monday, Feb. 5 Dinner Party For StaffE. Betty' Goaley: Clothing Her-. Mrs. Tom Odoox' is hirthe I -:
retired home economics
Julian_ _W. King,the a speaker Departing Member Catechism at St. Wi am's.Grades' ,I V. Widegren and James' mine. Cole and'Mrs.. Frances. meeting in Gainesville Thurs- ,Members. of I Mr Grover Davis of Keystone Heights,

There was 'a hot time at 1-6, 3:30 p. m. L. Hetherington were guests HUliardFam.ilY., ; : Life. Mrs...- day. I. .. I I operating truck with Davis Laundry
_- -_ Nutrition School Band are a
J the Firehouse on Saturday Joy Club sponsored by of honor at a dinner on Man: Folly Price: ; andFood Melrose .Duplicate Bridge I
Mission, Mrs. Helen V. Egan;.| .ty. Bell candy. The I $ i is no longer connected
INSUIANCEAutoFireOwua1ty evening. Jan. 27, when the, Childrens' Bible day Jan. 29. at noon at theGarden : Bradford County 'Hospital in i Cleaners onjt
Keystone Firemen and their Hope Baptist Church at The Restaurant in Starke. Health and Safety. Mrs. Grace Starke. : is h'made, from this i with the Starve Dry Cleaners & Laun.

friends, gathered for a farewell ressa, after school for grades The dinner was given fort Perry; Home; Grounds; Mrs. The Girls Auxiliary; of the ;l bg used to enlarge the iJKfystone 'Vashet ria. WeS
Bonds and Allied Lines << or
supper for Mr. and 'Mrs. Jim &.enl; by their co.-workers, the .Marguerite Schroeder; Home Baptist Church attended; :) the, prove the band.TRINITY \dry "
Reynolds Insurance Hetherington. who will soon 1Children's Art Class, Dot members of the DuPont Staff Improvement' [Interior], Mrs. Girls Auxiliary Associationa : -'I are not responsible for clothes pickedup

Agency be living in Baltimore.And Newman's, 3:30 p. m. at both the Highland and theTrail Dell Haynor* Sunshine, Mrs. EP I by him.!! ,
L. if hot tears were shed by Community Church Women's Ridge; Plants. Monday Frances Hilliard; Personal CHURCH. I I .
W. ReynoldsPh. the guest ot'hooor, Jim.Hetherington Annual Luncheon, 1:00: p. nu was the last day for both of Improvement, Mrs.; Carmel1t.a.Pl Lake Geneva,, MeRae Club. Sundays- -10 a. m. I I (Signed} Virginia Smith Owner
2442 2701 it may not have Park. of the Palms: these men on the joblocally.Mr. t; Devotional, Mrs. Alma .Members: attending. frQIn School. 11:45: a. m. I

Keystone. ight. fk. been entirely due to his imminent Covered Dish' ,, Supper, St. Wide en has beeri transferred Price; and Program Leader, the K. L. M. Club, wer&, Mrs. Prayer and Sermon i
'1 William's 6:15 m., in Re- to in Johnso Mrs. Grace Perry.At Stella Elmore Starke I Cleaners &
'transfer, but. also due : p. plant Mrs. Virginia Sunday: Holy : : Dry Laundry
to the tobasco cause he acci- creation HallCAP vine Tenn. while Mr. Hether-, the February meeting, Dryden. Mrs. Ida Gentry Mrs. P..m. Episcopal,Young '
dentally got in his eye. Cadets, 7:30: p: m.. at ington will go to the Balti- the program will be a worl- Mamie .Clark.. Mrs. Grace r

Facial] Hair The firemen had prepareda SkyteL more plant. Each man was sh p"on lamp-making. Mrs. VanBuskirk- Mrs. Agne&. CUen I
delicious fish dinner with Board of Trustee Meeting, presented with a suitable i Carra' Grines 0 will be hostessfor det, Mrs..Bee.- COQper, Mrs.

Gone Forever slaw, and hush-puppies, as 7:30, Community Church Educational gift the,: social hour. Geneva Chab, and Mrs. 'smother KEYSTONE HEIGHTS .. MELROSEBVSINESS
John Is Surprised The Melrose Club will be who
Medically Approved Methods well as oysters-raw: steamed, Bldg. Mrs. Ella Gerst,
or smoked-and all the fix- Art Class for Adults at Dot On Wednesday evening in's. Newman's 8:00: p. m. Jan- 24, John Allen, son of Clay Electric annual meeting. Helen Is Home
The, best way to -
eliminate this exCeSs Besides the guests of hon- Inquirer's Class for Adults, Mrs. Lena Clemens, was guestof Goofed Again The parents of Miss Helen I DIRECTORYAPPLIANCE I

'. hair problem orthe Hetherington's St. WilHam's, 8:JO p. m. honor at a surprise partyat In, naming Eastern Officers, 'Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. .

'): ( -".', "'",>,>:*.1, Is to come. in'. there were also Jim's parents, Deadline for news for this his home in Hillcrest, the last, week-, ,-we said- 0 that Mrs., Lambert, and her grandparents n u. -U-- _-,-
I. '. :: request professional 'Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hether- ,column this evening; Call occasion being his 16th birthday -]: Leamon Ward was Sentihel.That ,.Mr. and Mrs. Charles;
., t *- ,\ advice. A 'Uigtoh, and 'his sister\ : Mrs.I 4127., : >The: guests enjoyed dan should: have been Mr.. Wallenius, are filled.with deep ,

,..;.. I tI,9i,;." .*<< | determine how Park at the supper. They Mass at St. William's, 7:45a. : supper. John received many Duplicate Bridge prayers:' and .kind thoughts

"J:: ,: ,' to cope with your seemed to enjoy meeting all m. fine useful gifts. Winners at Duplicate Bridgeon during Helen's' two recent 'experiences Sales and ServiceYeoman's Agency McclernRegistered
,.-v: i hair condition. of Jim's friends. Keystone Branch Library,I Guests included: Jo Wildt: Friday ight'Jan. 19, at.| with'major- surgery General InsuranceFire

t. ,;...L There Is no When everyone had had his open from 10 a. m.; till 7 p. I Carol Campbell, Carroll :.the: keystone Woman's Club, during her stay at th Umyersity > Electric Casualty -=-, Bqn Real Estate Broker
charge tot. con- fill Mayor Lindsay Walker' mv: at Woman's Club. I Baker, Nancy Button BerniceBrune were: First place Mr :and Medical Center..H s- Service Allied Lines LOTS; Acreage BUSINESS
E. Dwyer sultation. made a short farewell speechto County Librarian to "be at i Denise Szabo Stenna l Mrs., Stanley'LaCoste; Albert: pital in Gainesville. She returned Melrose OR 5-2371 Keystone Heights, 2731 Honest, Personal Attention

EDMUND DWYER the honor guests, and Keystone. Library' from 10 a. Logsdon, Rodney Paul, David Bachmann and Mr. Barber, home Monday.!..Jan.. 29, Given Every inquiry To Buy

Electrologist made a presentation of gifts. .m. till 4 p, m. Schaeffer, Chuck Pardee, Ray second place; MrsAnna but:(Will, be,, undergoing!: : treatment APPLIANCE SERVICE I GAS BOTTLED Or Sell
((17 Years Experience The first gift was a sort of Boy Scout Troop 105 meetsat Wingate, Alec Livingston, James and- Mrs. Lucille Davie as art, "out-patient'. Cor. Lakevievy Boul. Si -* iI.
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167' W. Univ. Are., Gainesville Rube Goldberg-type electric 7:30: in. Community Church George Allen, and Richard'i 1! came.i in third.' several wee s.. Wheeler Service Co.I Keystone Gas Co. I. Jasmine Ave. Keystone Heights, -
can-opener and .kn e-sharp- Educational :Bldg. Mooneyham. Winners for Friday evening, W. GT, A. ? es. ,. OR 5-2401 P. O. 163, Tel. 4106
Call FR 2-8039 for appointment W. M. U. Circles of First Eastern Star News Jan. '26 were Mr. and Mrs. The Keystone Heights 24 HOUR SERVICE
ener-not quite like the one l between Keystone and Melrose I '
I they received recently. An- Baptist Church meet today. I Keystone Heights Order of. -Stanley'! LaCoste first Mrs. Women Golfers Associations servicing both area PHONE 4151 S-E.: McKay Realtor
Fire Dept. Meeting, 7:30: p. Eastern Star Chapter 279,- Alice Ketchum and Mrs. Helen continue., theit. match\ play S WASHERSTELEVISION I Franchised Distributor of ,

m., at Firehouse. will meet at 8 p. m. on Febru Phelps second; and Mrs. Bee with( the, ..Butters going full i S ,8AfGLUMBER'_ I .Lake ,LoU $1,275 Upi
I Eastern Star Meeting, 8 ary 6. Regular business will Cooper and Louis Kyle, third. blast. They. .are. still head.T EASY TERMS
o'clock, p. m., Masonic HalL precede the initiation ceremony place. e following are, results for I S ANYTHING ELECTRIC Btfeiness Property Home -
Wednesday Feb. 7 for Candidate Amy Me The Keystone Woman's the, week of January. 19: Gina. I jail work"guaranteed servici I Acreage '
\ IL 'The Episcopal Church- Elrath.. This will be the last Club,: announces that there will Christ f f ers, p; Pansy Hawe,t tug satisfied customers i ii San .Lebrydo I Beautiful Lakeside' Homes
women's Meeting, at St. An- meeting for the present Wor" be a duplicate bridge, every 2.J4ay; Henderson, 0; Sue I since '47 Lumber Cq.
ne's 10:00: a. m. thy Matron. Mrs. Beatrice Friday night,at-7:30: p.- m.: Dwyer 2; Mary Brokas. 0; REASONABLY PRICED.
St. Anne's Vestry Meeting, Schroeder, and Worthy Pa- Come out and enjoy a pleasant Vest Aiken 2Lois.;, Walker,:JAUTQ SERVICE? We Specialize Custom. Keystone Heights, Ph. 3021

8:00: p. in.Keystone. tron, Ralph Crawford. In: evening of bridge with your'friendS 0; Eiva Steadman, .2; Kathy Cut Etr.Lngib.. I I

Branch Library stallition of the newly-elect; : Redf. ,, 0; Enna, Rushton., Baker Enterprises MAterials Winifred, H.CRAWFORD.
1\ YouWouldn'tI \ open from 3 tul, 7 p. m- ed officers will take place They, also meet at 10 a. m.. 2; Frieda' WYman' 0;- Eva Hall> I I "Available"' Baker, PrQ Cement' -Mortar :"Mum." I II .

Men's teams bowl in Night February 20. This will be an on_Thursday rn&mfrig'a the 2; .Zee Tolles, 1; Sylvia 0'-'Unto' Repairs.. -, 21. Hr.' Service I:Mill Sheet; U Eock t M1dd1eburr.I
Owl League, at Bowlero. in Open Installation.: Friends and Woman's. Club. Connor. 1; Fran: Livingston,t Bait Shell Gas & Oil on HTV Reg. Real Estate Broker

Gainesville 7 p.' m. relatives. of the. member, are RemindersDont 1; Kitty Martin. 1; Agnes j j Available 24 UN. I f .Phone. BU: 2-5272. I Lake Properties Acreage .

BUY I Thursday, Feb. 8 invited, II Duplicate Bridge! Club 10a. Coming Event: The Country the Keystone Branch of the Jane. Menzen. 2; Lilly? Lee 0.For .!|I 2MLSo.onRt. 100 I jMILLWORK I Home Rentals

I m..., at Woman's Club. Dance. ,, F b.: 10, at 8 p. m., in Clay County Library: hours. : the *eek, of Jan. 26, ; Keystone Height 4656 I 'We Take A Personal Interest
: I Keystone Library open from the Masonic Hal. Sponsoredby .3 till,'1 p. m.,, Tuesday through the Putters are still going I!-BOATSTTie'BOAT. I II Keystone : In- Your Requireraeattf

- '' 'i 4 till: 7 p.. m. E s\ern Star:;: Chapter. Donations Friday; and'10 a. rn. tW2p. str ng. Gem Christoffers. 0;|I--- I i- Millwork Shop :Midway.: Keystone Height .
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- -1.r a Car j DeMolay boys meet, 7:30: p. $1 per person. Music m. on SaturdaysCome: in and I Eva Hall. 2; Hilda' Jackson.substlt'uting' BarnTELTttSE CABINETS DOpES Melrose

t .m., at Masonic Hall. will be provided d by the Stanley browse; a w.1 iilft., There are lots' for May Henderson I Iliway 21- .OpeRESTAURANT> 8zdays...
. 9 !I Community_ u Church. Choir' Brothers, who,may. currently of new books!, ; 2; Sylvia O'Connor, 0; ) GE 5-2781: I GB z-zai.
'Blindfold Practice 7:30 p. m. be seen on 'Channel 4 Don't forget St. William's| Mary,Broka !JZ j Kitty Martin, INRUDEl' Trim Materials' j __ .

I i j, at. a..a. m.: on. Sunday mings. Altar Society dessert bridge, ;: 'Q"Lais 'Wa, er, p; MarianPreva'tt SALES. A i Sash Made:To Order I' -J -

--- -_._ .JD't I other gift was a lovely silver ..There, will be specialty on ?r1d&yFeb. 1at1EmyCoopei: substituting for"Lou- I TeL 4mj j -
--- --- -- -- bowl of whichMrs. Hether- songs and dances for and by, hoine of'Mrs, ise .Nelson. .2;; Kathy Red SERVICE ,I Keystone JleightS -I te Xop ''I

CUos ;'Tour/Financing: Plan ington immediately took teen-agers. 'Refreshments prepared on 'Lake'Ge. .eva.. n'26'l1'or learn, 2; Lilly Lee -0;.Pansy PACKAGE STORE / at

I cLarg bj.: chapter members all 3501 for serervations. Hawea 0; Freida Wyman 2; -fO- .. Lawrence's

QGINQFQQ} p Either Music and dancing concluded add up to a gala. event; inXeystone. ,(lome. Demonstration. Sue Dwjer.; Zee Tolles 2; 'I!r FLORISTEWiIIIS. Sbaughnessy'PACKAGE s F COLD BEER Dinette
... a ..most enjoyabla evening. Ticket Committee dab. 'News Vesta Aiken 2, Fran Livingston 1 I'f" ; GOOD FOOD
Withryour; eyes,wide op n; look carefully at alHhe Bartonjnfan\ members are as follows: Mrs The.' Clay .Coimty CounCnofnJne 0; Elva Steadman. 2; Ag- OPEN 8A..M'12P.M.DAThT STORE' I Open 11 a. m. to 9 p. m.

facts:and'' figures. CQilPARE financing plans just I Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Rich- Gloria Murrhee, assisted by : ,. : .monstratioii, Cjubsmet gte Wtson.: J; Krma Rushton, .-CLOSED SUNDAYS Moa Closed thru Sa.turday8U
as critically as you compare car values. See for ard I* Barton announce the Mrs. Ruth Mitchell: Food: u .the. Audilorium of the j Jane jMenzijn. substituting'" Keystone Melrose- Highway I Hiway 21-Keyatone)
yourself how an aut\ loan at this, bank wiU'saYe birth) ,. of their. second.child-a committee, ; Mrs. Phyllis Hussey. -, Extension' Building, Green for. el f. 0.Ftyt I I I FLOWERS Mao Heigjit
j For An Occasion
t Mrk Eisen- Manles!.. : I i ; t
you time and money. ion in: tn$ Charleston Naval Ernestine. Cove, Springs, Tuesday, Jan. 7 t Phone GR '5-2331''Btoe Pine Package Store 1 Bar .
Come in and get the comp1 te.story it means Sospjta;, Charleston- S-.-' C..J achar;'Stage- builders, Richard ;23l: 'ThV'nieetfaTfi,'was. \ covereof'disji A n gn1xJrhood'V4t'ty was!jlfekose" : Rt: 100 South'REAL WELL DRILLING, ,

money in your pocket!' .. Tuesday,. Jan. 9.- The. bay has Murrhee, Jess Lewis, Roy ." tan, ,heon, ithiini 'the- held at the. Haprnes home on ,:INSURANCEAn tl S WELL- DRILLING
Tyre; Electrical effects and Sajtordayf Jan. 27 f ESTATE
been named Richard K Barton Top Club of Green"Cove, evcnhig. ; i ppMpSERVflCE s
Jr. Mrs. Barton is the Public Address: Tony Baker. Springs as: hostesses. AmOng honoring Mr. and Mrs. Ernest I\. Insurance Saving Plan S 5 :
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK former Joann, Ridaught, This, will, boa real hoe- .the County Council officerstafleci1dL Widegren and family-: 7w1l9'' (You Live! It's a SavingIf I C.: J.* Pete O'Connor!

daughter of Mr' and Mrs.Harold'L. down, so hurry and get your coming. year are moving to Tennessee. f[' You Die _. Irs Insurance MATHEWS

MEMBER\ \ P..n .c. .: ,. Rida. ght, of' Key. tickets. anot be;.off to the was Mrs. Agnes Cuendit secretary It was ,\ covered-dish affair -I ASK YOUR GULF MAN' REAL REALTOR'ESTATE' I,

'A Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community stone Heights. Country Dance! and Mrs- Virginia Dryden and.highUao| the food f L. R. Brault! ,MORTGAGES; APPRAISALS Well Drilling
Keystone Heights Fla. Randolph Infant Melrose ,H. J}. J *wsAt cake Mrs. \
alternate delegate..; They was a. brought by Keystone
: lights. Tel 458-4151j;Keystone. HeigbiB. Ptonc. 1297 1IELROSE GR 5-9101 J
>-JrTT__.......'-t... "Y' ._.... .'. ...-, .- -_' :-ETr 10"0. ...--, Qq ,:R.Iq the reg t.:)JJ.Mt1; !,. oj![ ar members,of .tte Xeistonea [Continued- O%.Rage, -Teal: j


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I Home Demonstration Agent I STZE'S) a

HDC Installs And into roll the size of a quarter. Ij '
Trains New Officers i Wrap and chilL Slice I .' ,
"HandS United In Service," into thin wafers and : _
uas the theme of the installation bake at 350 degrees F., 10 to I \i' ,, > '1. 1
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service of the County 12 minutes. May place pecan ,; > ..
Home Demonstration Council naif in center of each slice .I"'i G S\\1 _
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n E h- jl b _
before Variation -
Council officers installed baking. : .. .. _
were: Mrs. Jessie Young, Place 1 teaspoon date fillingon I __

president, ; Mrs. J. B. Godwin, a wafer and top with an- tEE 50 EXWA %WZ _
vice president; Miss Enza other. Crimp edges with fork' :
Blanchard, secretary; Mrs. Bake as above. Make date .
Eugene Pearson treasurer;. filling by adding one-fourth' a
lIB! t
Mrs. Johnny Douglas, dele- cup water to one-half cup ? .-
gate; and Mrs. A. C. Ellis, of chopped ates, one-half
chaplain. cup chopped pecans, and 1 MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS ''
The. council and club offi- tablespoon brown sugar. Cook This Limit-} Per Family (DWE. RIBBON ROUND BONE SHOULDER _ .
.,. .,... .... ._ .. --.
cers were instructed in the until dates are tender over ,
With;'$S.COFood Order O ill LB $9 C I IFLORIDA .,
duties of their offices by Mrs. iow heat. We' ek's II OR GEORGIA GRADE. -A" OR GQVT) INSPECTED. y I
Neal Lyon and Miss Dorothy ; EXPIRES 2-1-62 BLUE.RIBaON.80NELESSCHUCK.,., '. k '

Ross.Miss Enza Blanchard_ reviewed Bopus Cq0! .r I R ti R Ei R
the group on the services -
and functions'of 'Home FRIll 50..JX'i1'! A J'Ii'AM .5 BLUE: RIBBON T CUT RIBBUUE C
i J:>Demonstration Work and Mrs. IOAlb LB 6ge I
A. C. Ellis told what a Councilis. S ptpSDsl Ib
Our Soil Our Strength 6. DDf: FRESH DRESSED
During the business meet- "If > I \IV 11>> !;;. AND DRAWN
ing Mrs. R. P. Young presented Soil. Conservation '. MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS eBBI LB 39c I

Zinnia the Flower revised Show.rules .for After the NEWSBy- \\'S Limit-1 Pet Family 1 I: LEAN FIRST; CUT .RIB )

being discussed they were .With,$ .00 Food Order iiwEEFPLATE I

adopted. The.date set tor:the, By Haaa ;?:?. roc 1, EXPIRES 2-0-62, [ 2ge | t Jr IPH. 0" "5 35c

show, was. Friday, June 22, in i iStarke. conservation complete farm soil And plan water was tus' cane.. LC _,,? spiU'iu ,,R 'f .;,>(,J.w I ; M1j. LB l

Members brought used prepared for J. F. Adkins LB ,69." ..,. I
Christmas Cards which will be whose farm Is located in the BOCA HICKORY SMOKED SUGAR CURED
sent to Sunland Training. Hampton area. He is. planning 4.
I Center in.Gainesville. This is Pensacoia DAIsY (
to use Bahia =
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an.annual council'project. for his pasture grass and f .W B"!!
Orange Dessert Contest Costal Bermuda for hay and MAYFAIR-NEW PROCESS : ACO''N" J
The deadline for submitting pasture. Wer were standing
entries' in. the All-Florida Orange beside a fence discussing his COTTAGE CHEESE ., : 25c' : .
I k I
Dessert contest is mid- conservation plan when he c .
night, Feb. 17. Florida resi- pointed to a field of Pensa- MAYFAIR NEW PROCESS ,
dents are' eligible to enter. cola Bahia and said, "Thai 2 lb c I C I
Prizes include large and small field has been producing the COTTAGE CHEESE 49 I II "
kitchen appliances. Entry grazing since I put lime on Y. I
blanks are available at the it." Adkins went on to say, OLD FASHIONED t 11i k -
Home Demonstration Officeas "I plan to fertilize the grass 1 120z :
well as the grocery stores. heavily and watch it grow.:' SMOKED SAUSAGE p ER 49c .* ; I
Get yours today and let your When you have your soil in 1 !- -
Imagination concoct a new good condition the plants will P.S.G. BRAND [l .. 'o" ".. -' ...
citrus recipe_ respond to the fertilizer. you VSSO1! 4Lb. '
National :Essay Contest apply. ,
The National Home Demon- Many folks have asked a- .: .
stration Council is sponsoringan bout the Mulch Tillage Prac- TASTY FLAVORFUL r- > FEET BONES MAWS
essay contest on "The Role tice. J. T. McAlister Soil / p
MULLET 2 25 >
of Land Grant Colleges or Conservation Service, Agri- Lbs : eb
Universities in Our State Dur- culture Engineer, is called the 1
ing the Past Century." This father of mulch tillage. He LBS 25 C
year marks the 100th Anniver- started a program of mulch GROUPER FILLET tL. 49c-
Barf of the Land Grant Colleges farming :n 1954 in Georgia.His .. ..
and Universities. The instructions were to find FOOD FAIR ,
Land Grant Act of '1862 put some way to discourage farmers Cif M ftQ IWI fI!! iI l M}

higher education within closer from burning crop resi .. C 0 F F.E E c49t. ,
reach of all Americans. It did due.Mulch CHASE & SANBORN bSc".. 4 SORTED COLORSREGULAR '
this by giving states federal tillage is a methodof
/V, land to sell so they could raise planting crops, without
|V money to establish and endow breaking the land.
colleges and universitiesfor, McAlister cites three pro-: LB CAN
for. people. Florida's Land bless xL getting Grant Institution is the Uni- applied: $250 5r!
versity of Florida at Gaines- 1. Reluctance of farmers to FOOD ORDER

ville.The change traditional plantingways.
Contest is limited to ,
members of Home Demonstration 2. Until recently, procure- r
Clubs and can be writtenby ment of right kinds of equipment -
an individual or group of I and- .getting it adjustedand LADY FAIR, FRESH BAKED (REG A9* VALUE) a
,individuals.. Essays must be used:, properly. \
received in our county officein 3. Difficulty in understand-
Starke by May 1 before jug how crops should be cultivated C
being sent on for national since there is a slight APPLF P [ f 8." ., '
competition. departure from conventional SIZE ':::
Prizes are: First, Silver methods. 1MJT( 2 TWo, Ql..l.' ,
Tray; Second Silver Pitcher; Acceptance of mulch tillage -y. s .
M ( tQ9p..Q. 9 .. 7 : r
Third and Fourth, Silver Ir .r M1 : ,
planting follows the same ,. .t ,.. .. .
Bowl. pattern! with the same reactions LADY FAIR SLICED ((2% VALUE) .YO"I .

Cheese Wafers that always has been 15 1 : t _
You will find Cheese Wafersto true with any new develop- RAISIN BREAD loaf 25
be a special treat fromsoEething ment in agriculture, McAlister
sweet. They are says. LADY FAIR ICED (REG 35tf) ; > s e L1 Pkgs .
good when served with tea, The Santa Fe Soil Conser- 16 Oz KOTEX 2 ,9'
SPANISH BAR 29t ol.12 1
coffee or punch. vation District Mulch Tillage Cake
Recipe: One-half pound of Demonstration, will be held <
butter, one-half pound sharp Friday, Feb. 2, at 1:30 p. m SURF PETERGENT ?;? 59'
cheese, two cups flour, and on the old A. B. Clark farm yy --J -A_
one-fourth teaspoon salt. about 13 miles south of Lake *
Cream butter and 'cheese;; City on U. S. 41 & 441 near
blend in flour, add salt. Shape Ellisville. MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS .
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DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home I tia CODE LC .

DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director 1 SERVE WITH F.MMER'CMY FRANKS .FYNE TASTE

RENTAL'Starke SERVICES, Fla. i S auerkrauf' 2- 29c

Hospital Beds,; Wheel Chairs, CrutchesGLASS CANS

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"Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co." '15 OZ ORANGE JUICE .at
I $ 00 i .
We Design' Modem Store Fronts
PKCSLiMlT3 I* EXPIRES 2.4.62' f ,...
Just Mail Us A Pattern For R stag .
Table Tops, I f f 1 ti: : ,
1313 N.W. 4th PJ. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 \ I '
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YYVYYYTYVYVTTYTVVVYYTY day. She said she hoped to be attending. time is from 9:30: until 10:30a. : just returned from three ,.TTTTTTTTTTTTT.TTT' >OTICE OF TIME be presented and filed not later Case No. 13-060

,KEYSTONE open today, Feb. 1. We think Altar Boys Schedule m.Bible. weeks in Charleston, S. C. IN FOR THE FILING RECEIVERSHIPOF CLAIMS than December 3, 1962, or such Bud James D'Ambrosio. plain.
claims shall be forever barred. tiff vs. Amelia D'Ambrosio, De.
Keystone.is doing rather well Boys to serve Sunday Massesin Class Meet Weekly where she went to be onhandfor HAMPTONBy PAS AMERICAN SI'RKTYCOMPANY. The sworn proof of claim shall fendant.

HIGHLIGHTS now: two -doctors, and one February are as follows: Every Monday afternoon, the birth of her grandson, CORPORATION. A FLORIDA set forth in reasonable detail NOTICE TO APPEAR -
the amount of the claim on the To: Amelia D'Ambrosio. who.eresidence
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA dentist. Who says we aren't George Allen and Lee Sutton, the Joy Club, sponsored by Richard I.. Barton. Jr. Mrs. Mr*. D. E. Hill Notice is hereby given that I basis upon which such amount and address Is: Rich-
progressive? first the Children's Bible Mission, Barton is the former. Joann pUrsuant to Order of Honorable ran be ascertained! the facts wood, West Virginia.You .
Sunday David Schaeffer -
; LAAALAAALLALAAAAAAA44HouseToHouse U. O. Morrow, Circuit Judge, upon which the claim is based, are hereby notifed thata
[Continued From Page Eeight Boy Scout Court Of Honor and Herbie Nelson, second meets at Hope Baptist Churchin Rida ght. Fifteenth Judicial Circuit in and the priorities asserted if suit for divorce has been filed'

Twelve boys of Keystone ; John Allen and Jimmy Theressa. The club is for Mrs. Mary Carew is back in ] Canvass and for Palm Beach County, any. All such claims shall be against you in the above named
Nancy Hendly Which she had Florida, dated December 2i. verified by the affidavit of the Oourt and cause and you are
Heights Boy Scout Troop 105 Fox third; and John Allen boys and girls from the first town for the whiter at her For March Of Dimes 1361, entered in the case of the claimant or someone authorizedto required to serve a copy of ygur

decorated using the golf attended a Court of Honor at nd.Jimmy Fox, fourth. through the fifth grades. They home on the corner of Oriole Collections for the annual State of Florida ex ret, J. Edwin act OH his behalf and havingknowledge answer or pleading to the complaint -
Larson State Treasurerand
motif, as the Widegrens are of the facts. and on the Plaintiff's Attorney -
golf enthusiasts. Kirby Smith school in Serving Tuesday morning meet after school. and Live Oak Sts. It will be March of Dimes continuedthis ex officio Insurance Commissioner shall be supported by such documents T. Frank) Lam rum, P O.
The icing Gainesville on Thursday Jan. Every Tuesday afternoon nice to have her around for week vs. Fan American as may be material Roi 546. Starke. Florida and
was done in appropriate green masses will be: Lee Sutton, a house-to- Surety Company a Florida thereto. Forms will be furnished file the original in the office of
25. Lee Sutton received his just after school another a while" she is certainly no Corporation, Chancery Xo. 81- before
and brown with first Tuesday; David Schaeffer house canvass in Hampton by the Receiver upon request. the Circuit Courl on or
.the caption, First Class Award. while Ger- Bible Club meets at "the home! stay-at-home. being always under the of C-383 B, all claimants, cred- the 12 day of February, 1962
-Teeing off.. for Tennessee," second; John Allen third; supervision Mrs.J. itors, persons, firms or corporations J. Edwin Larson !I otherwise the allegations of
of Fred Dodd. It, too, is for! on the go, traveling between
ald Mooneyham received three and George Allen, fourth. W. Home. havingclaims againstthe said Complaint will be taken as
written in icing. J. EDWIN LARSON State
merit badges. They were accompanied boys and girls from the first Florida and New England. defendant Pan American r confessed by you.
Party guests included Mr. Boys are asked to remem- through the fifth grades. I' Miss Shirley Sherill and Earlier this month, canisters Surety Company are requiredto Treasurer and Insurance Commissioner This not' shall be published
by Scoutmaster in local file all such claims with Receiver, Pan Mice each week for four conse-
and Mrs. J. be were placed
D. and
Henderson and ber their Sundays, on !
Barry Wyman. Transportation News From St. Anne'sSt. Mrs. John Purdue and son Honorable J. Edwin Larson cuth' weeks in the Bradford
daughter, Carolyn; Mr. and t lime to get ready. stores for the campaign, and American Surety Company Countv Telegraph.
to Gainesville was fur- Anne's was well represented from Morgan City La., spent State Treasurei and Insurance Dates of PublicationJan. Ji.nia ,
rte this S day of T
Mrs. Albert Bachmann; Miss Community Church NewsAt collection envelopes distributed Commissioner, Receiver for Pan .
the with Mr. and ,
nished by Raleigh Zize, William at the 119th Annual weekend 18 1962 US!. >
Ola Hinson, Mr. and Mrs. Davie and Max Mooney- the Installation Serviceon Council of the Diocese of Mrs. W. B. Dawson at Twin to students at Hamp- American Surety Company, at Jan. 23 1962 (SEAL)

John Steadham Mr. and Mrs. ham: Sunday Jan. 28, the following Florida held at St. John's Lake. Miss Sherrill and the I'ton Elementary School. This the State Capitol. Tallahassee, Feb. 1, 1692NOTICE :! Charles A. Darby

Charles WallerJus; Mr. and week's house-to-house can- Florida, in accordance with Clerk of the Circuit Court
Rescue Unit News officers of the church Cathedral in Jacksonville on Purdues had journeyed to 'I TOhEFED
Mrs. Carl H. Piper; Mr. and were installed: Trustees: My- January 23, 24, and 25. Although Florida to observe the first vass coincides with the Mothers' Section 821.181. Florida Statutes In Circuit (Cifirt. Bradford By Marian I* Crosby, D. C
Mrs. There was a rescue Practice March carried out 1961, proofs of claims to i ('ounUI"htrldn In Chant-err. 1-11 it 2-i
J. Hanson
O. Mr. and nationally -
; yon Prevatt, Walter J. Gro- others may have been man-in-orbit shot at Cana-

Mrs. Robert Hendry; Mr. and Alert the other evening and lick, and Harry Godwin. there, the following were observed varel. They spent the night each year. AssistingMrs. ,

Mrs. Joe Daurer, Mr. and Mrs members were called via their Stewards: A. F. Crosby Mrs. : Mrs. Mary Brokas and en the beach to get a "front Home were Mrs. V. J.

Glen Turner; Mr. and Mrs. telephone system, and within Slade and Mrs. Ina Knight. REGISTER OFTEN
Mabel Husbands, and Mrs. H. Mrs. Velma LaMee [who were seat but were disappointed.

R. A. Gaunt, and of course, 13 minutes everyone was on I. Stephens. delegates for the Episcopal Mrs. Margaret Hall, James Proceeds from the drive for

the guests of honor, the Widegrehs. : hand. Sunday School Superin- Church-womenl N. Watson Packard, Mrs. Alma Frost, funds go not only for' polio

The men of the Rescue Unit and but also for research in the I
tendent: William M. Beam: : Hardenbergh Mrs. C. M. Mrs. Josephine Oakey,

The-neighbors jointly presented enjoyed a barbcue supper at Superintendent of Children's King, Mrs. Mary Cook, Law I Mrs. Ruth Johnston drove to fight against arthritis and

. Mr, and Mrs. Widegrenwith the home of Bill Stanley at Division, Mrs. Barry Wyman. rence LaMee, and Mr. and White Springs last Sunday birth defects.

a'going-away gift-. a set Putnam Hall on Saturday Young Peoples President, Miss Mrs. Carl Benson. where they enjoyed dinner Former Resident Dies itI

of six beautiful tumblers, also evening Jan. 20. Jo Wildt; Pioneers' President. At the early morning service I and went to visit the Stephen Mrs. Ann R. Guy 83, .who
designed in the. Men attending a six-week j
golf "
Danny Hinck. on Thursday, Jan. 25, Alex Foster Memorial.Pvt. died last week in Gainesville :
New Doctor Scuba Diving Training Courseare
The Family Night Supperon Brokas was installed, along MiKe Walrath spent was a resident of Hamptonfor I
We saw Dr. Sarah Lou : Bill Jackman, James
Jan. 24 was a most enjoy- with others from other areas, the weekend with relatives more than 10 years before -
Sparkman, and John Kings-
:Wells putting her sign on
able affair. Following the as Area Keyman for the 3rd here, returning Monday to moving to Gainesville in
bury. John Dickert of the
Monday, and of course, we
meal, an old-fashioned community District. his station at Fort Benning, 1948':
inquired about her opening Keystone Fire Dept. is alsoNOW
The Banns of Marriage I
----,.1 sing was held and Rev. and MrsGuy and -

many of the old songs were have been published for the Ga.Mrs.. James Gerst of Cor- family lived in the Methodist

recalled to memory. third week for the forthcoming bin Ky. is the winter guest parsonage at_ that time and I

Mrs. Charles Wallenius, marriage of Carolyn Hen- of her daughter, Mrs. Nick although Rev. Guy was retired -I L I

INPROGRESS president of the Church derson and Charles Wilhelm I Chab, at the Keystone Club ,' he served in the Methodist w-- _
which is to be on Saturday, ,
church here, which
Women presided and she Estates.ST. was -4
Feb. 3. in St. Anne's Church. _
called on Dr. Holt who gave still holding part time ser-

an entertaing talk touching Catholic Club To Meet ANNE'S EPISCOPAL vices. Since then, the church,

on the light and the more The regular monthly cov CHURCH KEYSTONE has been disbanded and more I II

serious thoughts. He stressedthe ered-dish suppers have been recently the building torn
I re-scheduled to occur quarterly Sundays-9:30: a- m. Church
importance of Fellowship -
I .t..Jy E..1a4 or once every three School. 9:30 a. m. Mornine I
of liking people and of I Bakers Purchase Store
POTWD months. The first one in 1962 Prayer and Sermon 1st Sun I _
doing things together. He Baker __ U .
tots paid ] 6 Mr. and Mrs. Jeff ; L
will be held on Monday even- day, Holy Communion p. '
tribute to the Widegrens and ing, Feb. 5, at 6:15: in the Re- m. Episcopal Young Church- have purchased the store I 11'/ ft. "Nomad" Fiberglass Boat Johnson "18" HP-Murry Tilt Trailer
the Hetheringtons -two families I II
creation Hall. Every familyIn men. next to the postoffice in I
"BRANDED"Br who are leaving-and II
spoke of the gaps that they the Parish is asked to come. Holy Days -7:30: a. m. Holy Hampton, and hoped to be I COME REGISTER -- OFTEN

the dish like best Communion.
Bring you
will leave. open for business about Wed- I NO OBLIGATION
to make. Dishes silver, rolls, Third Wednesday Parish
After the introduction nesday of this week. Mr. and
butter napkins coffee. sugar, Covered Dish Supper, 6 or 6:30p. TO BE GIVEN AWAY BYService

guests, recognition of Golden cream, and Cokes are all furnished m. Mrs. Baker and children: who .

Anniversaries was made hon- by the Catholic Club. are from Tallapoosa, Ga.,

oring: Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Choir Practice will be held : CHURCH
COMMUNITY moved in last week.
Holt, married 53 years on at noon on Sunday. Please be KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. I IMPERIAL Station
Dec. 23; Mr. and Mrs. John They purchased the store

W-D "Branded" SIRLOIN, ROUND or 7" RIB Karges, 51 years on Dec. 7; on Tomorrow time. is First Friday, A. C. Holt, Minister, property from Jimmy Bra-I ,

and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Price and Mass will be at 7:45 at. Mrs. James L. Hethcrinfton I zier, who is now living in "BUY THE BEST BUY IMPERIAL"
52 years on October 27. and Director.
Steaks 89 St. Edward's in Starke. Organist Gainesville.
LB Program Chairman, Mrs. E. Sunday is Communion Sun- Richard Cushman Youth Dir. I U. S. 301 North City Limits Starke, Fla. I

V. Widegren, presented E. W. entertained Sunday evening Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. '

W-D "Branded" T-BONE or CLUB Dwyer, who in turn, introduced Parish. They will please occupy Morning Worship, 11 a. m. -'. ; ;--- : .. t.- _.. __ ,- ; -- --"-
George Colgin and Leo the front pews. Young People, 7 p. m.

J. LeBlanc, who rendered Woman's Club Notes

Steaks LB9SJ vocal selections accompaniedat Mrs. William B. Dawson, FIRST .BAPTIST CHURCB I AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY ;

the piano by Mrs. E. A. who recently toured Europe, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

Lamm. Some of the numbers
was the speaker at the recent
j. R. smith, pastor, Ralph '
W-D "Branded" CHUCKRoast were clever original compositions Woman's Club luncheon. She Copeland, Minister of Music i = : u r.: .
of Mr. Colgin's. The -- --" .
showed colored slides, and -

final number was a humorousone spoke about the beautiful and Servfces church: Sunday organist.School 9:45: AUTO BRAKES AUTO SALES & SERVICE GARDEN SUPPLIES SEWING MACIIINES: 1

LB 49 entitled, "Squeaky cities of Italy. Everyone was I. m. Morning Worship, 10:50: Hull's Brake VOLKSWAGENSales
Shoes," sung by Mr. Colgin. thrilled with the beautiful ft. m. Training Union, 7:60 p. Johnson & Paris Sewing Machine

There followed a skit entitled Cathedrals of 'Rome, and the m. Evening services 8:00 p. -BRAKE SPECIALISTS"For I Service -- Parts Service Co.
W-D "Branded" ROUND BONE SHOULDER "The Case of the Absen- canals of Venice. The ladiesof m. You are invited to share Every Car or Truck Miller-Brown MotorsInc. Inc.Complete .

tee Member," in which Mrs. the Woman's Club wish to Turning m Grinding Relining I Line of New Home White fNecchi
family Prayer time witn ua- SEEDSPLANTS '
I :Mary Too Busy is on trial. thank Mrs. Dawson for mak- While You Wait I -
1111 Main GainesvilleFR II FERTILIZERSInsecticides Sales & Service
Roast LB"Branded" 591WD She is charged with having ing this program so interesting S. I FR 2-8533

absented herself from the that they felt they, too.were FR :. I -Pet Supplies Repairs On All Blake
1030 E. University Ave. 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders''.815 W. Univ. Ave., Gainesvill
monthly meetings of the on the trip. !

FRESH GROUND Church Women, with having The Woman's Club of Keystone ggVfffgIN' I I o AUTO GLASS : GainesvilleB 224 N. W. 8th Ave. 3761073SPORTING

lost interest, and with not Heights wishes to thank ( I & FR 20176Gainesville. GOODS
G Motors Co.
keeping her pledge to support the Junior Woman's Club fortheir Mauldin's Fla. -

Beef 5 La PKG $19. the work of the organization.The 1 [ generous ibO V mettle CUSS! BOttOM Auto Glass CADILLAC F85 --IIILLMAN OLDSMOBILE HI-FI STEREO This Area's Most Complete Lift

chairs which
following Characterswere toward; are BOATS of
Sales and Service Sporting Goods at
portrayed: The Judge, ing purchased for the COMPLETE STOCK CURVED I Top Tunes"The
2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441
Reserved Prices
Quantity Rights Feb. 3
Mrs. A. C. Holt; The Clerk, house.
GLASS FR 6-7515 Biggest Little Record Hughes Inc.
Mrs. Sarah McDonald; Prose- Garnars EntertainMr. ,
Shop in the South"IliFI
cuting Attorney Mrs. E. V. and Mrs. Tom Gamar See at the. Windshield & Door Olis DODGE LANCER Stereo Component Dealer I, 1113 W. University GaiaatvilteROOFING

Widegren Defendant Mrs.R. entertained Sunday vening you ..
4 ; I Replaced In Any ilaka SIMCA Pilot Harman Karden r-1
A.'Gaunt; Defense Attorney for Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Wide- Sales Parts Service I '
GRLN5TN Car Or Truck Fairchild Garrard
PSGMtI STAMPS Mrs. C. H. Haberstroh; gren who are moving to Ten- FLORIDA USED CARS TOO
811 W. Union Ave.
.FREE 50 Witnesses: Mrs. Faithful. Mrs. nesse. Other guests were Mr. We Handle Safety Glut Poole-Gable Motors 2-2728 The Helzel Co.

W. J. Grolick; Mrs. Program and Mrs. Joe' Daurer of Melrose FR 1-2558 ROOFING

Chairman, Mrs. D. A. Nelson; and Casey Curd, a du- STATF&E 1314 S. Main Gainesville 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. GainesvilleFR SHEET METAL

; : GREEN STAMPSWITH Pont chemist from Baltimore.Mr. .. 2-4343 I
Mrs. Secretary of Literature, .... v LADIES WEAR AIR CONDITIONINGNo

Mrs. Herman Schroeder; Mrs. Widegran has been trans- %. &: % AUTO RADIATORS CAMERAS I II Job Too Large Or Too Small

THIS COUPON AT YOUR Treasurer, Mrs. Myron Pre- fered from the local plant to, 1 1I Butler's Radiator I 202 S. E. 4th St. GalnesvilU

NEAREST WINN-DIXIE STORE vatt; Mrs. Joiner, Mrs. Robert t Johnsonville, Tenn., by his I IiIiai:: : : I Fuller's Foto, Inc. Cherry's FR 2-1491 .

Hendry.In employer the duPont Co. ServiceMost
_ Void After A $5.00 or More Food Order -Personals. "YOUR CAMERA SHOP"Headquarters Gainesville's Most Fashionable. SHOES
appreciation of their services Modem\ Cores In Stock
Feb. 3 Limit One Coupon To Adult With Patricia Whitmore, For Address For Ladies
to the Church, gifts Repairs All Cars Trucks Cameras & Photo SuppliesT.

1 were presented to Mrs. E. V. USAF, left Keystone Monday .3 National Trailer RentalI I V. Stamps DRESSES SUITSCOATS Bob's Shoe Store

bAMpS STAMPS I\ Widegren and Mr. and Mrs. morning after spending a. 519 S. W. 4th Ave., GainesvilleFR ,619 W. Univ. Ave., Gainesville I ACCESSORIES Shoes for The Entire Faofiy'
week with her mother Mrs.A.
Jim Hetherington. The presentation 2-0496 i FR 2-0713 105 W. University, Gainesville C FORTUNE FOR MEN
C. Whitmore and her sister
was made by Mrs. I II I. CHARM SET FOR WOMEN
nolia Ave. Capt. Whitmore ,
The regulap meeting of the Bags Millinery AccessoriM
UDUM THIS COUPON rot returned to McClellan AFB,! IMPERIAL CHRYSLER Gainesville
Board of Trustees will be GasparillaPirate 21 W. University. Gainesville
50 S &H GreeaSlaapsIn 'J Sacramento Calif., where sheis PLYMOUTH VALIANT

At Y.... ww.o..... held on Monday, Feb. 5, at presently stationed for Authorized Sales Refrigeration MayflowerLOCAL
Addition: .Thou Regularly 7:30: p. m. duty. In late February she C Invasion
Service Co. AND
lamed When You Purchase" The Trustees have accepted expects to leave for two yearsof j Service LONG All MakeiOFVacuiims"If

Two PKGS. RICH'S. FROZEN with regret the resignation of duty at Clark AFB in the HawesPowersMotor Sidney Leopold Owner DISTANCE\ MOVING It Needs Repairs

Chocolate EclairsO1DAtVEBRUARYS Mrs. James L. Hetheringtonas Philippines. > Crau&ercial Refriferatitm Storage And Crating Bring In To Kilty's0

organist and choir direc- Mrs. Margaret Hall and her i Co. Air Conditioning Gainesville FR 65224' NEW A USED VACUUMS

tor. They announce the appointment :-, uncle, James Packard, are i Frigidaire Ice Makers i Authorized Kirby DistributorKirby
of Mrs. George A. FR 2-2561 I MUSIC SUPPLIES
here again this winter from I Sold And Serviced
Anytime I
Canova to this position. James i Massachusetts, as guests in !J 204 N. Main Gainesville

Hetherington has resigned, the Frank Hgen cottage on I Used Cn-312N.MsJii Gainesville FR 2-8392 j Lillian's Music Store, Sales & Service

f but as yet no appointmenthas : Brooklyn Bay Circle. They %c'0o' FR -3419 Heights FR 6-7700" I "Gainesville Leader" I 12 8. W. 1st Gainesrill

been made.Reservations 'have been here a number of I, Since 1933 FR 6-7110
for the annual winters this being their third KRAKAVER WINTER- j: "
At YMI NM,* W.s.Dais Women's Luncheon at Park- winter in the Hgen Cottage.Mr. INSIST THAT ALL YOUR CABLE I!WELDING
U Addition To TkoM Regtilaitf of-the-Palms on Feb. 5 must and Mrs. W. M. Hether- METCOB CONCRETE PRODUCTS i PIANOS PUNORGANS Universal

(crud Whs Y..PNchsss be made with Mrs. Alma Frost ington and daughter, Mrs. See the fantastic GREEN Authorized Sale SerricA. ARE THE BEST FROM CHORD ORGANS -$159-$3151 i Welding

'TWO Pxai. CHUN KING FROZEN by Friday evening, Feb. 2. Elizabeth Nycum, and her MONSTER JET CAR a Edwards I Guitars -Drums Sheet i Company

Chicken Chow MeliIDAnrUUAYRD The speaker for the meeting, son, Tim. all from Avon Park, car with pure jet engine. Has Parts Building Music I Column
beta docked at speeds over I Pipe Steei Fabrication
Dr. Horace Fenton is associate spent Saturday and Sunday 240mphl Trained Mechanlig Ch Supply, Inc. Budgets I Steel Repair Truck

director of the LatinAmerican with the Hetherington's son I .* See MINNIE PEARL and Used Can 728 8. Main FR 2-4844 FR 6-5931 I I Bodies Trailers i iI

Mission. This Mission includes and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim HANKSXOW' with many 112 B. E. First. Gainesville,I SPECIAL DESIGN
Costa Rico. Panama Hetherington and children.Jim..Hethenlngton others from the Grand Ole .Gainesville. I Ornamental
Barkley Motors Iron Work
Columbia. Guatemala and left Wednesday j ..'Opry!
See the FAMILY OF 615 N. liaim Gainesyille ELECTRIC MOTORS Gainesville
Nicaragua.. Fenton was a for his new assignmentat FR 6-7451
30 HAPPY TIlTs, starring 7-
Chaplain in the Air Force the duPont Co. plant in _
year-old Ginay Tiu the Electric Motor -
CM EM tws WWOM tea during W. W. IL Helsa Baltimore, Md. Mrs. Hether 1 captivating China Dollyou've Crane Motor Co. YARNS-TOYS

SeS&HSreeaSU&i* graduate of Wheaton'College,I!I ington and the children will l!. seen on top TV shows! LARK ANGXIAENGLISH Repair Co.OF CHAIN SAWS

Y.u, Nisiud Ws.D c Wheaton IlL, and Princeton follow when Jim has found a And many many more thrilling FORD GAINESVILLE, INC. Jack and Jill
8 I.AJ3..Ye Thus including the world-
t.g.hdt.IeJ suitable acts
Theological Seminary. residence. MERCEDES: BENZ VOLVO NEW-USED SALES!
W **Y..Pwdi.*. 4WY I famous.. AUTO DARED I COMPLETE ELECTRIC Open Till SerOn Fridays,
This is an advance notice. We to learn that -
TWO are sorry Authorized Salts &: Service MOTOR SERVICEFlorida A Complete Line Of

a1IItI Fans Sth Please keep this date open. W. A. Carpenter, a former! See the Faitoftenf Set it all "Complete Service f. All flT.iga AND SERVICE Tarns -NeedleworkN'
The Annual Silver Tea of the I I Keystoner. is critically ill at Hake" i -
"Distributor of Saw Co.i Free Instructions
Community Church Women his home in
i Aberdeen N. C. TJrM'PAfFEBRUARY
I 506. E. University Ate. New Lincoln Motors"FR Games Della
1 m '-" Toys -
will be held on March 15. Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter? are
FR 24251Gainesville. 2-8218 2538 N. Z 19th Dr. Hobbles
Mrs. Frank Hgen's parents .
Please note that Community 6-17 I
FIs.I 1030' 8. MaIn Gainesville Gainesville 125 W. Univtrslty.r Gainesville
Church Sunday School Mrs. Harold Ridaught has I



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