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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 28, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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& :i : I Taxi Ordinance Cussed, Discussed Seven FreezesIn




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,Starke's controversial taxi ordinance -:ing of new taxi companies in I _
I Cold Record HereBradford
will be :back on the agenda I Starke, but they were not so kind- :

I for a third reading- the Feb. 2J:, j iy disposed to the latter paragraphs -
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S Council meeting: with little prost -i which deal with companies
County Agent G. T. Huggin* addrov* a group of leading pert ot a settlement that will! already in business County began to thaw

Bradford County strawberry growers at last Frlda)" pre-sea- : I Trial Of Guards make .everyone happy. I The taxi owners maintain: there I Gut seven Tuesday consecutive after being mornings batteredby of

boll planning meeting In the courthouse. S f The idea for an ordinance "tight- I'are: already too many cabs: inStarke ,, freezing temperatures. belieVed to

ening' up" on the operation of'j resulting in a low margin]I! have set a new record of'a.. solid
I May Take Place taxis in the city was born several! of profit for the companies and'*: : week of 32-or-below mercury

; Months ago when local cab low pay for drivers.
I Loose Pack Favored I readings. In Florida, the pattern is
company owners complained that j t A. E. McKinney' Jr. of Starke, usually not more than three consecutnf -

In May Or June present lax regulations did not ,j I Taxi Co. said the only possible i! jk-i days fcritn 32 or''fcdow

: cffer any protection to established iI I i solution to the problem would be! without an: Intervening break! of

At. Berry Meeting fiims. Tighter restrictions would tc grant a single exclusive franchise -[ warmth. '-' I f.. ".
j The trial of 14 State Prison
help keep Starke from becoming and set'regulations to insure I : Lowest reading during. the bitter .
guards indicted by the Federal _
( ever-populated with cabs, it was good taxi service. He said that .
seven-dav stretch'was ,
19 de-
government of
on charges brutality
Leaders of the strawberry in- I The crate costs about Jhe same. growers recollected they got as I declared. .n; the interest of better service to grees t.ecorrled' ,Sunday: morning

ttiU.try, representing the major Well have to have reliable pickers I:much for the smaller unit as they May to or convicts.June, may take to place in However, when City AttorneyA. the public ''he would belling to|: Andrews'Hat.t at the official U. S. FrostVabing
according an an- J. .
portion of local growers, voted to but well save the cost of a had for the large. I nouncement Thomas'Jr. came up with an sell out to one of the other opera.tors Station'loeated. 'atthel rear of.
last week U.
by S. "
ordinance
adopt the "loose pack" system of man in the field. We need better I Dr. R. S. Mullin ,of the Experiment District that had its second!I under such'an arrangement. Dradfo d. County Hospital., Mon.

"wging fruit in a meeting held ways, and' I vote in favor of the I Station discussed! leaf spot All 14 of Judge the defendants Bryan Simpson.entered leading at the Jan. 21 Council!;' Felton Smith, owner and sole] Senate Ring !,; day mornjng was :'a close,runner-. .

l kt Friday night at the court- loose pack." Coleman: concluded. j 11 oubles. He urged growers to pleas of not when meeting, present taxi owners said. driver of the City Cab Co., said up with a low of 19.8.
I guilty arraigned that provisions for the licensing: that he, too, would be i
house. George Kopelousos: "I'm not a treat outbreaks fast with the proper 1n willing to The cold wave was ushered in
Following explanation of the berry glower., but I say if joui i ; fungicides, and also to obtain Jacksonville last week. Government of drivers and other regulatory step out of the business. Guy Andrews, Starke realtor,!!i I ('arly.lasf week. when.the 'mercury
attorneys that
hew method of packaging, and keep the trash out of your packages plants from sections known to be trials will last at least predict two the measures in the ordinance would' George Simpson,, of Simpson prominent in civic( affairs. an-' dropped( from a" low of 55 degrees
months.
discussion, in which Market Man- they'll sell better." tree of the disease. Judge put them out of business. j' Taxi Co. agreed that there would nounced yesterday that he will be) recorded Monday. Jan. 18. to a

ager J. R. Wainwright served as Another grower reported that Marklee Starling stated that in for the accused Simpson gave attorneys It was then that Council Chair- be better cab service if the city I & candidate for State Senator: low of 36.2 the next day. From
guards until Feb.
chairman, glowers agreed unanimously bciries that had been plastic ,his experience the longer you had 22 to file motions man Randal Chitty scheduled a, would insure no competition. from the 15th Senatorial District, then on,, matters went from bad
to use the "loose pack" mulched two years ago were still|' a plant! the less leaf spot trouble indictments attacking the, meeting for Jan. 21 at which taxi I Council sub-committee memberswere I comprising Bradford and Union I to worse with'the following low
"About 80 it had. but then it Arguments on the'owners were to get together with reluctant to discuss the
this season.A la production. percent developed motions win be heard March 3. Counties, in the May 3 primary.In readings for the next seven days:
seven-nun committee was set of the plants survived." he said. j( 'white bud." Attorney Thomas and Councilmen granting of a'n exclusive franchise.
The State is Jackson- announcing his candidacy. Jan. 20 ________ 30.2 degreesJan.
"and the will] I Early in the paying O. Wiggins and J. D. Doyle in i They did to the
meeting County recommend.
up by the group to secure information grower pick as many yule Chester Bedell agree Andrews said: "This decision has 21 _________ 28.8 degreesJan.
!bciries on his first picking Agent Huggins spoke on gasoline attorney an attempt to woik out an acceptable I it'on! i
on the new crate to be as we I 25,000 to defend the 12. indicted concerning temporary permits been reached after much thought 22 ..-_______ 25.2 degreesJan.
Jied. Members of the committee usually get from a whole season." reiunds for farmers. He also urged ,ordinance. I for drivers. end T
guards. Former deliberation. motivated by an 23 __________ 24.8 degreesJan.
Captain of the
Wainwright said the of I growers to be careful in the The meeting was held, but .
Leaton Morgan
are George Hoggins. purpose !I Lacy earnest desire "
Conway, Greyhound Bus to be of
Guard James H. Dunn of Orlando, ; maximum 24 _________ 190 degreesJan.
Jr.., Wade Gaskins, Luther t t'te meeting was to keep Bradford use of insecticides and fungicides. nothing constructive came out of i agent, speaking for Smith. object-! service to the
people of the Dis .
and his lieutenant, Earl Chesser of j 25 ________ 19.8 degreesJan
County in the berry business. "Head the label and follow the in- the hour and 45 minutes of j T-
Hilliard, J. R. Wainwright.George I arguments -led to the wording of the section' trict".
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Roberts and Jim Chasteen. "We're behind, he said, "and structions. he said. I provide I ranging from,.warm to hot.i t that would deny drivers the privilege \
Born
The changeover to the 12-pint we must get up to date." In the "loose pack" system of their own defense, however,, Taxi; owners still contended that' of soliciting business at other, at New River in the western record cold could have beena
He said berries an'd no s they had previously been dismissed the f I part of Bradford County, on contributing factor to at least
carton represents the second Plant City is using the packaging, are picked licensing of drivers would carrier terminals. refer-i i
major change within recent years. loose pack, and that the trade put directly in the 12-plnt cartons after a State cabinet Investigation create a serjous threat to their red specifically to Conway the Greyhound, Oct. ZOo 190 ,. Andrews'attended;, i one death' in tbe county when the

Not long ago. growers switched wants the newer method of pack- I and shipped in that container. of alleged brutalities in business 'and that the ordinance Station school there through the .eighth- body of a $O. 'ear-old Negress was

from the 36-pint crate to one (p ing. He reported that California I The method does away with the the> prison's maximum security should, at least, provide for issu- and is used which as is headquarters owned by him for};! Bradford grade, later graduating froml found' .!in,.. a drainage ditch off..
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holding 24. largest producing stat in the old packing of berries in which building. |ing seven-day: temporary permitsfor Smith's taxi company.. This section! County High School Inj!i U.S. 301 South early Sunday after

There was no indication as to I country which has 18.000 19.000 I:the largest and best berries were Chesser, who posted $1.000 bond 'driVers"who. are in /he process,' of the ordinance, unless worded,Starke. His forbears were pioneer > noon Cause\ of death has not been

what prices the new 12-pint tcies in production uses the loose placed in a pattern on top of the In Jacksonville last week, told thel of obtaining licenses. differently, would put Smith o'ut,I settlers of this section, establishing -': officially determined', but it is possible -

date would bring. It was expJaln- pack. oblong pint box.Rotarians .. court that he did hot have an!! Present taxi owners like the of the taxi business and prevent! their farms here more than -that exposure to the, 19 de1 .
He said another advantage is ttorney and ed that the fruit is sold by the, ,few paragraphs of the ordinance other drivers from picking upj ,
that: do not have to stop Plan employ one. Andrews a former member. and n&\'e been a factor.. (See story
growers
pint on the other markets, where j providing restrictions that fares at the bus station, Conway; '1 .
chairman
the "loose pack" Is now used and their pickers in the middle of the In Federal court,-when a defendant ; would, virtually prohibit the licens-,I contended. of the Board of County', elsewhere' in this issi'e.. ) '
all quotations are given on that morning, as they do when the Trip To See cannot pay for a lawyer the, 1 Commissioners, and his mother 'isi i The" seven-day -s eTge ""wa3"the

unit. beiries'are packed in the old style. Plastic MulchA Judge assigns local lawyers to Laura Reddish Andrews. Both are worst cold sgell in .Florida -since

''During the meeting:, held in Berry production in this state.1 vise. him if he so desires. ad-t $ Leases Buildin1 members of prominent Bradford:, the jecord breaking'. wurteX* of

conjunction with the Farm Bu- he said, is up 14 percent.from lastuar. discussion .of conditions in Simpson pointed _out, .how \ U wear Larger County families.. I 1957-58. stilt credited "jt\! Mng

,' leau and Cattlemen's Association when 1.600 acres were plantd -''the Far East was given at 'the !bat. 'a'Cjompeteh!! ]!; a ft.o rne2iiId1not : ** ,/1.Mfler. ,' ..graduaJingjfrafa- Uni.j I' the .stl\t\ -1. ,bittejeitThe: current
Cuitis Marlow / who served as but down 58 percent from*:53 Rotaiy "duV' inesday' Dr. : abandon his own practice for For versity of Florida in 1935 withY:a' cold has cafet&Tafias'olf/tfolSrs

chairman, turned the chair over when 3,760 acres were put in ber- J. W. Creighton of Keystone two months' to handle 'a case for Expansion Of Local Plant. degree of Bachelor of Science in J! in damage to the winter vegetable'

to Wainwright who called :on I JeSe Heights. He pointed out that most which he will receive no pay.' Agriculture, Andrews was employ-)I { Continued'. on-" Pag, 61] :' *

growers whd had visited South Wainwright forecast that the observers feel that Red 'China Is Lmpson said he might. ask the Florida Sunwear Inc. will ..",' I ed until 1943 by the U. S.'Depart.!i ; :i *fi
expand pioyeea. '
time is coming when berries raised of threat to world Jacksonville Bar Gradual expansion is ment of Agriculture, A. Z. .
Florida to report on their find- more a peace Association and j its operation in Starke wheni :Manned after it* I starting asj i : Adkins, Jr. .
here will be shipped air express than is Russia and that moves into the a clerk in Tallahassee work- .
predicted and
the ,Florida Bar for help with i moves--sometime after Feb. 1, !larger ,Announces For :
buildng.
Ings.Wade .
from Jacksonville, and the fruit China and Russia eventually to '
Gaskins said: "There wasa may Chesser's defense. into. the Mendoza building at the ing up a position of .
whole lot to see. The loose pack will be in the hands' of consumers /i ht each other over conflicting One of the 12 guards had resigned -southwest corner of Call and There have'been reports that anew bility in Washington, D.responsi-I'j Alachua .Office #.

Is easier: to put up cheaper and within 24 hours from picking. interests in Mongolia. from his job early in 1959, Court Streets. I. franchised: Chevrolet dealership Volunteering for service in the I *

It ships better. The 12-pint trade He acknowledged that adequate The speaker was introduced by I and the other 11 were suspended The building is being vacated may open soon in the Rob- U. S. Navy in February 1943 A. Z. Adkins Jr., 'of, GaInevi11ehas
is problem but advised T. T Long who had charge of I Andrews entered Lieutenant! annouheed that he will !lek
wakes a nice package, the berries help a from their jobs when the Federal,'jj' the .Cate-Hendry ChevroletCo. fits buildingformerly occupiedby as a !|
look better. I would like to see growers to contact an employment [' the program on international re- grand jury returned its indictments I ., which has relinquished its Hardy :Brothers Motor Co. on (jg) and was later promoted to;; the office of County Prosecutor
: service in Gainesville. He lations.It a full lieutenancy. After taking'! for Alachua County in the May
the loose
pack.
oar use franchise to
General
growers on Dec. 15. Motors and Temple Ave., but no- official announcement -
Ned Coleman reported: "We said the usual rate is $8 a day'for was announced that the club is closing out here. Bernie. Gate, I Ha "'yet been made. a special, training! course in supjply 'I Democratic primaries. '

were very much impressed. Wesaw i the crew leader and 60 cents an will have a ladies night supper one of the partners, has, already I ,at Harvard University, he was! Adkins is currently serving as

things that would be in our hour for pickers. I and entertainment at the Enlisted CattlemenVin\ returned to St. Petersburg, his :Lawtey Promised stationed at the Banana River I County Prosecuting Attorney ,of

favor if we could do them here Wade Gaskins remarked that in I Men's Club, Camp Blanding, on home before coming to Starke. NAS as assistant supply officer.!I Alachua County, having been appointed .

We saw the loose pack being put the Miami area they hire pickers Ftb. 11. Hubert Hendry, who recently purchased 100 More PhonesThe After returning to his home county by Gov. Leroy Collins to

up, and we noticed they are using by the hour, rather than by the 'i i I Next Wednesday, the Rotarians i Court Battle .I a home at Keystone he was elected Bradford coun-I fill an unexpired term.A .

plastic mulch down there almost unit basis. I I will adjourn early, after their Heights is still here negotiatingthe Starke Telephone Co. will ty Tax Assessor in 1948, graduate of Bradford County -

tntiiely. I think we have had enough "If pickers are paid by the 'luncheon, and visit some nearby I sale of parts owned by the soun start installing additional
experimental plots here to hour, they'll throw out bad ber- strawberry I fields to view experimental With State BoardTwo company,. and hopes to remain in phones in Lawtey and surround- affairs! here since his release from I of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins of Starke

provf- that plastic will help us cut lics," he said "but if paid by the j i plantings under plastic the Stark -Keystone. area. mg area, according to H. A. Bish- the ,Navy at the end of World,War, and .the late Circuit Judge: Z.

rests and make savings in fertilizer -'quart, everything goes in." mulching. Bradford I Florida Sunwear now has a op Jr. II Adkins. He graduated from The
cattlemen
as there is less leached out. I! In the discussion on the reduction -I won a :small operation in the building re- "I expect to install about 100 In the matter of reapportion- Citadel In Charleston,* S," C before -
l battle against the State Livestock
"I'm in favor of the loose pack. from 360 24 pint crates, I So phs/ To Play'Basketball Board in circuit court here last I rtntly: vacated by Gay's Home more phones in Lawtey duringFebruary I m;nt. Andrews favors the plan of receiving his law degree from

Appliances on W. Madison St.. ," Bishop declared.He one Senator for each County, with the University of Florida in 1948.
Friday: over the compulsory bru-
GameIn cellosis testing of cattle. I!but has been seeking larger quar- said he would extend service representation in the House according Recently Mr. Adkins went(; into

Negress' Death Still Unexplained Circuit Judge George L. Patten I teis. In its present location the in that area as far as the franchise to population. He states partnership in the practice of law

; PajamasThe uled in favor of the cattlemen t ti r company is using around 18 sewing his company holds will al- that he will cooperate with the with Joe Jenkins Jr., Gainesville

4 011 the basis that the petition I machines and has 20 em- 'lou. I Ieven (Continued on Page 61 .J,attorney.

Two Held As Material Witnesses hich ostensibly the.Board -
\ Sophomore class of BHS I authority did not have gave a sufficient _
will sponsor a pajama basketball I
Saturday evening, Feb. 6. at numbers of signers as required by ,
The frozen body of Annie Mae Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish .tame. ,aw. If ;
:30 o'clpck in the school gym. rJ -
Maddox, Co-year-old Negress, was said there was no evidence of foul! The Board on Nov. 18 served :
The sophomore boys will play
found about! 1:30: p.m. Sunday in |lay in connection with the 'wo-! otice, to Z.: W. Hamilton and
I in girls nightgowns or pajamas
a drainage ditch some 150 feet man's death. It is hoped that an Fred McDavid. both of Brooker,
ma the girls will play in boys
east of U.S. Highway 301 and autopsy report, now being awaited -!II to: produce their cows for testingfor
aouth of B. T. Thomas Lumber will shed some light on the. :pajamas.; brucellosis [Bang's disease!. ,
Hop in
I There will be a Sock
Co. mill. puzzling circumstances.Reddish\ When they failed to comply,
the gym following the game. Admission
Mrs. Anita Morelr'a made the said that Johnny Baker I 50c for the game and hop. the Board got a court order to

discovery when she went to empty, and Ruthie :Mae Courson. Negro show cause why they should not

garbage near some chicken houseson acquaintances! of the Maddox woman -i act as directed. '- ,S
New Officer '
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her property. The heavily who are said to have been!, The Board was acting under Ii j r .

clothed body of the Negress was' attending a drinking party at her I In) Company B authority of a petition circulated : ., ts*: 'r ( .
lying face down in the ditch. hJD1t' Wednesday n'ight. Jan. 20, II) January of 1959. allegedly j:' :
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ihen she was last seen alive, are I II I Company B, of Camp Blanding signed, by 75 percent of the cattle- 1* 'I ,. -I

I I being held 'in county jail here I started the new year by welcoming men in Bradford Cqunty owning _

VOTINGCARDS pending the autopsy report. j< a new officer into the unit at ever 50 per cent of the cattle.In ) _'t'
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Reddish said thai others attend-'|,4ts drill on Jan. 18, the first since the hearing Friday before

ing the party at the Maddox wo->I the Christmas holidays. Judge Patten, it was proved by
man's home, on the John Eddy1farm 'i I The new officer 2nd Lt. John the defendants, represented by

on U.S. 301 near Waldo'W.i pickert 24. native of .Perry Mick Futch that the petition vWays

MUST BERETURNED (about three miles from where' He received his BME degree from signed by only 267 of the county's _

her body was found) saidotha.t she the University oi Florida June 424 cattlemen, far short of the .
1957 and was, commissioned: as ,a2nd required number of 318. The petition -
was seen to leave'the house in the Bradford eager pictured before last Friday's game with
.. Lieutenant in the Artillery signers did represent 5.943 ToriiadoesBeat Palatka Here
To company of Johnny and RuihieMae. Palatka in the BUS gym: 1st row (I.r) 3Iarlon Cattle Dicky
Corps USAR at the same time.H lead'of tattle, which was over ,
.They have denied knowing Diion Jimmy Malone, Woody Strickland, Al Biuko. ((2nd row
SupervisorBY later completed the U. S. Arms population. but
half of the cow
., anything about her pie death.circumstances Field Artillery Basic Officer both stipulations are necessary But Lose Return Game There (l.r) Emory Bunk, Billy IfcUabetk, Bill Powell, Kd Broun

,FEBRUARY 1 surrounding course at Ft.'SilL Okla. and then and Judge Patten dismissed!' the and Larry Elder.
Dr. T. G. Ritch 0(. Starke, whois served as executive officer of Co. complaint.Halley -

performing the autopsy, said E l, 4th Training Regiment Ft. : B. Lewis of Arcadia represented It was tit for tat between Starke terms In the final half. I isth 18. a- the BHS girls won their game 33-
the Negress had been dead at least 19 1958 and Palatka Tuesday night as the I[ Fntichie Smith had 13 points for 1
hear-
Jackson. S. C. from Aug. the Board in the I' Coach Carleton Koch said hisboys 19. Margaret Douglas was high
This Space Contributed 24 hours when her body was found. to Oct. 18, 1958. when he ws&re- ir.g. Maroons handed the Tornadoes :'Palatka: and Dicky Dixon gave t are working hard and 'that scorer for Starke with 16 points

Death could have been the resultof ]Irased from active duty and assigned a 59-48 set-back in return for a !,Surke 19Palatka- Billy Helsabeck is improving with !i land! Susan Slade was runner-up

Weekly to Publicize I exposure during last week's to,the U. S. Army Reserves. Marriage LicensesThe 54-45 loss to the Starke lads last won the .B squad gamy each game. Koch said the team'I with s. -

freezing temperatures, it was said. He served a& a platoon leader in Flidaj.In 223. deserves! a lot of credit, as It is a Friday night the boys A and B
Community Events by Only 37 cents and three house! Cc;. B, 492nd Eng. Bn. at Perry following marriage licenses : Tuesday's: game, played in i iPala'tka In last Friday's game in the .sjiall squad with only two six- teams will play Macclenny there

t keys were found on the body,' uctil June 1959 were issued by the office of the Starke hit on only a I BHS gym' the Tornadoes jumped f-oters, Helsabeck 6-3. and Larry. !and the girls will take a rest with
THE COMMUNITY "I which was fully clothed in fairly In civilian life U. Dickert is County Judge last week: dozen; fIoor.. tries,, but dumped 24 .I into an early lead and scored an i Elder. 6-1. no scheduled.
heavy clothing. employed as a maintenance supervisor Clinton Donald Shealy, 19, of charity tries to make a close jpset by whipping Palatka 54-45. game
Annie Mae lived with her husband at the Du Pont Trail Hampton and Gloria Nayle Nobles. g ame of it. By contrast, Palatkamade With 'their big guns of Dixon To date the Tornadoes have a I Next Tuesday the girls will play
STATE: BANKOF j I the record of 7 wins and 4 losses. in the BHS at 5 m.
Ocala p.
well gym
it4d only and Strickland hitting
who was an invalid.A Ridge plant. In Company B. he 16. of Starke.Michael 28 goals and
I Tornadoes led through the toni Palatka won the B team. game and the boys A and B teams will
of three free throws. j
STARKE coroner's Jury will resume its will serve as artillery officer in Ronald Furillo, 18. I
Carlene Palatka had a- 27-18 halftime !!irest i Dixon was high scorer with 27-13- play P. K. Yonge at 6:30 and 8
probe of the death after the\ the Mechanical. Maintenance Pla- I Jacksonville and Lynda
-I autopsy report la received. llcon.: : : ] Chapman 18, of Starke. lead and then battled BHS on i.21 points, Strickland followed up l, Tuesday night la Hawthorne p. In.4 -






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PiG TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGF APH; STARKE. FLCRIOA _
I T URSDAY'JAR: % 1960IM

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Newsome returned I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sawyer of Mrs. Louise Moore has returned
. tI I to Mars Hill College. N. C. last Charlotte N. C. spent the week- home after a stay of five months I Presbyterian Church guest speaker. Miss Elizabeth Me-.

I Friday. i end with her parents Mr. and with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs J; H. Raulerson of I Neill, missionary to Japans

II I Bennie Williams is home this : Mrs. T. H. Slade. Sr. I Mr and Mrs-,G. D. Moran, in Jacksonville announce the birth I Services for Sunday,Uan. 31st: Wednesday Midweek Prayer

It week from St. Johns Junior college I Mr. and Mrs. Walker'\Vood. Jr. I Westberry N- Y. of a son Kelly Milton, on Jan. 18 Church School 9:45: a. m.1 and Study Meeting 7:30 p. m.

II t Palatka. moved into their new home at the Mr. and Mrs. Corbin Carnell in St Vmcent's Hospital Mrs. :Morning Worship, 11 a- m., "You- Presbyterian
I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Godwin of State Farm on Wednesday. and sons of Gainesville and Mrs.CarftelTs Raulerson is the daughter of Mr. 1 Lh Speaks", Youth Fellowship, 61 Thursday Basketball 8:30. -
4ME N M3lvir. I Palatka are spending this week 2 year old Hybrid Rose Bushes aunt, Mrs. Florence and Mrs. J.. R. Kellyof Starke. vs Baptist, '
]1 U. m. Evening Service 7:30 Choir practice.
m..j Friday
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I with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. field crown at Florida Pest Con- Adams of Bronxville N. Y., were i iI

11.-,. ..." .... .......,.........._._,_... ,.) Mack Williams and Mr. and Mrs. troL Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bradford County Hospital announces j- I
Logan Baldwin.Jim Mrs. W. B. Sewell and daughter .' T. Qufeley. the following births: .
Mrs. B. L. Kennedy of Sheriff P. D. t
and Reddish
and H. K.
Shuford celebrated his Virginia will attend the choral Mrs. Joe Martinez will enter St. Mr. and Mrs. William Carl Duncan "
Jacksonville spent Sunday with i I Tyus are attending the Sheriff's. eighth birthday last Friday even concert sponsored by the Civic Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville Jr. Keystone Heights, a son, I IAlan LAKE BUTLER BOTILED GAS
their daughter Mrs. H. H. Rabb convention in Pensacola from
ing at a family supper party. Music Association in Jacksonville Fiiday: for throat 'surgery. Lindsey Jan. 22. I
Jr.I and. family. I Wednesday to Friday. Otto Siemer Jr. is leaving today Friday evening.. ,/ JUT. and Mrs. E. E. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berkman "
,
'- .. H. A. Bishop Sr. is in fair condition for 15 weeks training at a Mrs. M. W. Lance and Mrs. L. Fi iyaw, Lake Butler Carl i
family visited Mr. and Mrs. B. F. a son.
.. .. .. i in Bradford County Hospital NOW SERVING STARKECooking
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National Guard machinist's courseat J. Richardson and children spent Grimes in Gainesville on Sunday.Mrs. Berkman Fillyaw. Jr.. JaIl 22. !
II' following a stroke. He cannot Aberdeen, Md. Others there the weekend in Inverness with Pauline Torode underwent Mr. and Mrs. Hanley Lloyd

have visitors. from Starke for three to four Sheriff and Mrs. B. R. Quinn.Dr. surgery.Monday in Baptist Memorial Hazen of Lawtey a daughter .:' ,

.Florida Mrs. H. A. Durden of Jackson- months training are B. C. Holtzen- Seymour Marco ,was host to Hospital. Vickie Dianne, Jan. 21. and Heating 7.50 Tank
'nlle per
II Beach and Mrs. Carrie Sud- dorf Jr., Townsend Stricklandand 12 members of the North Central Mrs. Louise Jeffords and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Franklin

!dath of Jacksonville were Wed- Sidney Jackson. Optometric Association at a dinner and Mrs. Roy Jeffords and four Alvarez. Starke, a son Stephen Cooking Only 8.00 Tank
nesday I visitors of Mr. and Mrs. .. Replace your old sewing machine meeting at the Garden Rest daughters 'of High Springs were Franklin Alvarez, Jr., Jan. 21. per

J. H. Ritch. belt with a new Sinter Belt aurant Monday evening. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. George Richard
TheatreSAT. 1 Annual Plants Petunia Calendula from Denmark Furniture Co. tf Keith Cheshire of Gainesville George Huggins. Griffis. Lawtey. ,a daughter Tina PHONE LAKE BUTLER HYATT 6-4351
) Snapdragons and
Delphinium spent the weekend with Mr. and Hallmark Valentines "When ,
Mr. and Mrs. N. K. Hurst were i I LJarie, Jan. 24.
at Florida Pest ControlMr. veiling Mrs. W. S. Slade Monday: Mrs. X. M. Smith.Dr. I I you care enough to send the VeryBest' Mr, and, Mrs. Tomie English ,I Joe Shaw '
and Mrs.
Bruce Mathews
night while enroute from Miamito and Mrs. James E. Mosley I at Bullinfton's. 284.11 Williams Lake Butler a daughter -

JAN, 30 f spent and daughter.Saturday Tina with of his Gainesville parents their home in Indianapolis, and family were in Knoxville i Mr. and Mrs. Billy Clark and I Debra Carol; Jan. 24.
Ind. Tehn. last week visiting Mrs.Moseley' family of Ocala and Mrs. D. J.
1st. Feature Mr.,and Mrs. Garl Mathews. brother and family Dr. I ,
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simmons ; Clark of Tampa were Sunday
.. r Mr. and Mrs.. C. H. Nasworthy ere in Miami last week visiting and Mrs. N. D. Acree Visitors of Mrs. C. D. Williams. .. ',(, .,'. ,' .
were In Winter Park on Sunday his mother Mrs. P. H. Wilhelm. Miss ShiAnn Smith was home Authur Patray underwent a C3\: '

,I visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Nas- Their daughter, Betty Ann, is employed Friday to Monday from Roanoke tonsilectomy Monday at Doctor's :;J"WJ NEW 10.9 CU. FT. .

in Fort Lauderdale.Mr. College, Va.Friends Hospital. &D>8wi. ,$!
and Mrs. Charles Durkee of of Wesley Andrews will !f
L. worthy.CTPRESS :Mrs. Lola Johnson of Ocala fell q .
{ Gainesville were visiting her par regret to hear he fell in his home in Keystone Heights last Saturday :, ... \ \' \1 FRIGID RE ;,'.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns on on Jan. 16 and broke his hip. He and broke her )left wrist. She is ;r// \ VJ .1 ; \" :

Monday. js confined in St. Vincent's Hos-I'staying with her daughter. Mrs. .., Deluxe Model RefrigeratorSMALL 'J

I (ARDENS; Mrs. Frazier ,Shaw spent the I pital. I Henry Godwin.I ; 1. it 1 I .1i1Ii'

f iaA weekend with :Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Purchase any model of Singer I Mrs. D- A. Monteith of Fort : .d
I I_ Bennett and family in Jackson Sewing Machine: At Denmark Lauderdale is visiting her son-in- 'i '
DOWN
_........us. I ( .
ville. :
Furniture Co. tf I: law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. II ,

a Mrs. Lucile Davis was in Gainesville G. J. McGriff Jr-and new baby I --- PAYMENT

the first of last week visiting daughter. t t I fa

Miss Beryl Holland and Mr. Photographic Headquarters Fc ... EASY TERMS

.... 2nd. FeatureLielliellailt and Mrs. H. G. Davis. Jr. Movie Polaroid, Flash Cameras-: ,

Albert A. Hazen will receive a Tape Recorders at Bullington's.tf I, 4. -. D -
Bachelor of Science in Business c
CARD OF THANKS
Wore r Administration degree at the University We've never seen a better buy than this
of Florida's mid-year com, The kindness and sympathy of 4 10.9 cu. f ft. Frigidaire Deluxe giant. It's
i, [mencement exercises on Jan. 30. neighbors and friends in our recent '' big..budgetpriced..filled with luxury .
Skirtswith Sheriff P. D. Reddish and H. K. sorrow will always remain -:- ,j I features

Tyus are attending the Florida with us a precious memory. Our LOOK'
Sheriffs Convention in Pensacolathis sincere thanks and gratitude for
6.00-16 / week. all those comforting acts. Family a, A4'4' Meat Tender stores mr 9 tbs. if

Vom Ewell & Sherree North Black q Those from Starke attendingthe of Mrs. Annie Shelp. fresh steaks, chops, cold cuts!

Cartoon Tube Type study course on the Book of I L- ,' a 'w Full-width porcelain-emmet/ Hydrator!

THREE LITTLE PUPS Luke, and covered dish supper at\I TIlE RIGHT POO fly' s e c 5-Shelf storage door even holds halflalloi '
i the Lawtey Methodist Church: way yon write. Come in and select milk bottles
-
1
,Plus tax and recappable firsJOPECONOMY 1 Tuesday evening were Mrs. Nelson' your favorite ESTERBROOR -4zfr New Magnetic Door seals airtight an.. -
i Sun. & Mon. Jan. 31 |Gieen. Mrs. Rebecca Simpson Fountain Pea. TELEGRAPH. the '
wound!
V.i.h way
And Mar. 1 Mrst. M. W. Cressler, Mrs. R. S. .r .tl
-. I''Mullins., Mrs. Charles C. Johns, I Ii ,4 I Plus..New, Feminine
'
i.Mrs. Titus Olson, Mrs. Lonnie u <
Sheer Look"PHONE ,
Sculptured .
:
11 r .C- = r I Futch, Mrs. W. L. Blair Mrs' C.
11k r 'D. Williams Miss Amy Coburn, siii'

.4. Miss Joe McDonald, and Mrs. C. .

.r- 1w LfirtfOnt j jE.New Kemwall.shipment Foliage Plants at Sl.ARKE RADIO & TV

.. Florida Pest ControL

NEW TIRES r rt Brad Carter, son of Mr. and

: Cartoon Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr., underwenta
: ,:., :YSgar WO 4.8511311 E. CALL ST.STARKE, FLA.
: OUT OF THIS WHIRL t truly the-value leader of the tire industry tonsilectomy at Hope Haven :N% ,
Hospital last Friday His grand-
!!> .. parents; Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Spencer -
a.Tues' '&'Wed.- Feb?. 1 & '2 I Gel Firestone s exclusive '7-rib non-skid tread : of Orlando spent the week- Denmark's Special )
a.
.... I 3 design S/F Safety-Fortified cord body, 'long.I' end with the Carters.
1U I' '* mileage Firestone Rubber-X. ALL at these, 1I Expected home this' weekend '
Y I .aSS
LOW PRICES! mid-semester
I : from FSU for their
j r vacation will be: Jackie Colley, WE RE-CAP
h SIZE BLACKWHIT..- Jean Mundy Mary Agnes Matthews -

.. f 6.00-16 fI.9S Patsy Nichols Nancy and TRUCK TIRESFrom ; :
I 7jjjjjj.
Barbara: Bates Randal Martin,
rc -' 1 6.70-15 12.95 US.DB Ann Elder and Douglas Nblin. 7.50 x 20 Thru
I 10.00 x 20
7.10-15 14.88 17.98 Singer Sewing Machine Needles

.. r ar 7.60-15 18.28 19.9 at Denmark Furniture Co. tf STOP TAKING

I .Mars. tolC and rMe fIN Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hendrix and CHANCES
.. t son of Statesboro, Ga. and I Milton WITH) WORN
.. : NO DOWN PAYMENT WITH I Dill of Jacksonville spent the TREADSLet CONSISTING OF

.. auiroooura-aau laoraatCartoon .: YOUR TRADE-IN TIRES weekend with their parents Mr.
... t and Mrs J. P. Dill. Us Re-Cap Your 2PC. SOFA BED SUITE 149.95 USE OUR I
i .. ..
: Picnic Little Marian' Dowling is confined Tires For Economy And (Choice of Assorted Colors) \
: Foofless. with the mumps.
M Safety! BUDGETPLAN
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle were '
2-STEP TABLES .-- 29.90
:: Thurs. & Fri. Feb. 4 & 5 DELCO BATTERIES in Green Cove Springs on Sunday Dealer For
visiting'Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Geiger. (Choice of Mahogany or Blonde)

.. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dansby of NEW DUNLOP
I Lifetime International MufflersUse 1-COCKTAIL TABLE 14.95'
-
Jacksonville were visiting his parents -
SKK mNKl! B CftaU! I TIRES *
r NM -$ __ Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Dansby,
2.LAMPS 9.90
en Sunday.Mr. -
'tlo t.ANZAE
Our Finance PlanDODD'S '
and Mrs. H. G, Davis Jr. .STARKE $15.00DOWN
E !I and children of Gainesville were
rw rroaw I last Friday evening supper guestsof 204.70
a owr AUTO SALES & SERVICE I RE-CAP CO.
her mother, Mrs. Lucile Davis.
ya The Davises were enroute to
PHONES 10.3861-10.37911 Temple Ave. SALE SAVINGS 54.75
w Washington D. C. on a week'svacation. $11.00
Cartoon: BONGO BUNCH Starke Fla. They left the children Phone WO 40221NeedMayRadio

with his parents in Rocky Mount PER MONTH
All Yours For
N.- C. I 149 95 ... ; _.__ .._ _. ._.,, ..
Floyd R. Crosby. Jr. was discharged .. .."- ':
% ? --- -- -' -
... from MacDill, Afr Force
Base, Tampa last Friday. He will t ...,. '
enter Barry College Rome, Ga. 1. r x

r. on Feb. 1. This Is For You i i .
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Dover of l s.r
"" /
Fort Lauderdale and Mr. and Mrs.
RYtJNEj George Dover of Hibbing, Minn. Mr.\ BusinessmanIf .tr '_ .
iY
visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. F.. w
were I
have been of
: you thinking
;:' ISN'r If PRdP! T Flume Lamar last Williams week. broke his right i. 2-Way Radio In your businessand
if you have been .stopped be-
: FOKA CAR. 'i arm last week while playing In his I I cause of high initial cost and continued .

yard.Mrs. I maintenance, here is the
r, D. W. (Carpenter and Mrs.
answer to all problems.
: |I your
Dolph Reddish and children visit
) :' You can now for a limited time
't 1 cd Mr. and Mrs. David Reid and
,J. h.a r' only get a brand new General
.
family in. Jacksonville on Sunday
.i Electric 2-Way Radio system for
y', .. Mrs. George :Flynn, Sr. returned
the amazing .low price of only
three weeks
last Thursday from
''''o $7.96 per month for mdbile units BE
'" \ Msit with Mr. and Mrs. J. Houston : SURE TO
K i and |8.76 per month for the complete
McClane in Wilmington, Delay
] base station. This is after
<. with Glen McClane at the a
....... "' University and} of Delaware and Bill down payment of only $48.00. PIL : SHOP US FOR BARGAINS

.. .'." .-. McClane at Stanton College. She That's not all you get 13 ..

.; 'i'f ,:': : was also sight-seeing. in New York months free maintenance all parts
.".. ,,' and labor included. This brand BUY A SINGER SEWING MACHINE
::: City.Mr. Mrs Reddish new 'radio equipment (it won't be
t''',,10.:' ...,' ; and Dolph
.. .
Y built until order in) is
-I, ', But those who -are find that a lows home and family on Wilson moved road into on their..Monday.Mr. new. guaranteed your to give you goes a solid 10 ;FROM DENMARK'S AND USE OUR BUDGET PLAN

Clayton.Crawford miles range in an directions, ar bank auto. loan is the best .!ray"'tn occupying and Mrs. the former Reddish the service will be done right here "* ''''E CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF ACCESSORIESSUCH
are
I ... ':, apartment at the county jaiL in St rke. This is no gimmick AS NEEDLES BELTS OIL, ETC.

,' finance the cost. Extra Bobbins uTe time-Stock and it is not citizen's band equip *
ment but regular General, Electric
1 with Singer Bobbins *t Den
: FINANCE YOUR NEXT CAR AT OUR DANK mark up Furniture c. tf commercial equipment.Get "It's A Fact You Can Do Better At"
r on the phone and call me J .
1 Mrs. Effie Johns has had as
guests Rev. and Mrs. Lingerelt of immediately for all the details. DENMARK FURNITURE ,COMPANY

Mxidleburg on Saturday, and
GEORGE SIMPSON
George Baisden and Mrs. Martha '

FLORIDA Holliday of Jacksonville on Sun- Electronics r *' 11+'1' ,

OF H I! STARKE
day.Mr .
--
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and Mrs. Leonard M. Noegel :238 S. Walnut St.

::i _, .._ ,n A tK' A r ,Sl Jt .. __- .:. and son Stevfe, were weekend
.MIII.ill iDAAID10sir.Wa.' r RI 1I1AT vt
t'N(or it lattftr w' o"al.cn .
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs--E.L. (AdV. .
..
Johns in Apollo Beach. I "



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THURSDAY JANUARY 28. 1960
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA

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t. I Mrs. Shelli Hall jersey bodice, appliqUed with se-['Hand-Knox Nuptials r

quins and pearls, had three-
Weds Alvin T. Courier kngih slee\es. The full :Take Place Saturday

1t I II ,; t In Home tin was waltz length. Her veil In
tqK ti of sheerest illusion was attachedto : Leesburg

I II I I Mrs. Shellie Hall of '. a tiny crown of white satin I Mr. and MrsR.. D. Anderson of .

Alvin T. Geile of 'Jiics centered with small pearls. Plant City announce themarriage
She carried I
Udya Mooty j r, A'w \;ere united in r a white Bible topped tf their daughter Rita Anderson
'or ., .., ... .. with a cascade arrangement of
I "" 'r" -'- Y n,. Jan. 23 in the I Knox, to Wayne Howell Hand of

i .. ': :biide's son-in-law white carnations and pompoms Starke, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
,, Silver' Tea Event l ,..,, AIr. ands Mrs. : with white satin streamers tied '!H. Hand of Leesburg.The .

;Given J, ,' 6S42: Rollo! road.'Jack. with valley lilies. wedding was an event of

Thursday '- Rev. Larry O'Steen Miss Beveily Chapman, sister of Saturday Jan. 23, at 8 o'clock at,

%{ :: By UDC Chapter a3 # ,: o'I connet Methodist s the in bride, served as maid of honor the home of the bridegroom's par
Royal blue silk
a
n ;uted; al the d organza ents. The double ring ceremony

I The W. T. Weeks Chapter, U. i y too I For her wedding the waltz length dress, worn over taf was performed toy Dr. W. Alfred
D. C. # ; a flowered silk print feta. She carried a cascade ar- Bend of Ocala .:
t j entertained at a beautiful : brother of th
| Silver Tea Thursday afternoon I eiY yellow sheath dress laagement of white chrysanthemums gioom.

j Jan. 21, from 3:30: to 5:30 o'clock "j'th a corsage of and white satin ribbons. Miss Kitty Hand of Ocala nieceof
( "T' # ; at St. Mark's Parish House. tnd: black patent Mrs. Chapman chose for herdaughter's the groom, was candlelighter.
|I
,, Guests only; ornament was wedding a pink faille Members of the
were greeted at the door wedding party
; I oy Mrs. C. E. Johns, Mrs. L. F. ,. t strand of pearls fJiemoon dress with white feather r stood before a background of

'. Dinkins and Mrs. Junius Smith. it earrings, a gift from hat, and the outfit was complemented greenery spiral candelabra holding -

c + Miss Betsy Matthews held the I '' After a small with a corsage of white burning pink tapers, and floor
carnations.
Mylu silver tray. Standing in the receding ; Locke home, the : baskets of pink and white gladioli.
if:; ; line were Mrs. L. G. wedding trip to the Immediately after the weddinga The bride wore a sheath dress
'
+. ;>' i" a .s; Powell, president, Mrs. George States. After Feb. 5 small reception was held at the lot rose mauve lace over taffeta

= Roberts, Mrs. Herbert Thomas +] side at 211 E. home of the bride's parents, 1351Elanding and carried a nosegay of rosebuds.Her .

i 'Irs. L A. .r Starke. road, Saratoga Heights If short veil of
: Davis and Mrs. F. B. pale rose mauve
,{ ... Beard. rl1r '. Out-of-towrt''! guests where lovely arrangements of illusion fell from a bandeau of
Q j white gladioli were placed at vantage '
-- The receiving line stood before L. S. Hutto, mother of lose satin.
._ _. ; ,s.; '
; : ;': points. The bride's table
i ir. and Mrs. M. C. I was: A
the mantel which held a beautiful p man reception was held following
Raley-Broadway long arrangement of red camellias. Mrs Carolyn overlaid with an'' ecru lace cloth !.'1e ceremony The bride's table
-- ., ; Bride aria centered with a beautiful
The tea table was covered with f'. Wayne Kenney, of I I was overlaid with a cloth of white
Engagement Told an imported cutwork cloth and and M. Royal of Funllo three-tiered wedding cake topped. lace and centered with the wedding
Mr, and Mrs. Charles with a miniature bride and groom ,
centered with an artistic arrangement I cake. Crystal candelabrawith .

Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Raley o.* of red camellias flanked by ". .. oi Cocoa. beauty and sim and decorated with white rosettes.,, lighted pink tapers flanked
The base pf the cake encircled
i
: was
,, at- three the cake.
branched silver candle holders
Theresa announce the engagement .. I '
with fern, interspersed with white
jof their daughter Audrey with burning white tapers. Thetapes ,, I.. >" .':' 1f':0: i First Christian' afternoon Jan. For a wedding trip to South
florets
y : : ? gladioli
; .."'. First PresbyterianI Florida the bride chose sheath '
to Steve Broadway son of Mr. were entwined with red : ..y'<.:''' a
}- : Mrs. Cecilia Williams of Jacksonville
and Mrs. H C. Broadway of floral tape with little rosettes of "" '..7'O: Church Circles I Lynda Carlene dress of black and brown tweed
cut the bride's cake and
ClarkeBoth red tulle, and at the base was a' ,} !j I of Mr. and with black accessories. After Feb.
Miss Raley and Mr. red tulle ruffle. At other points. K s. 9:W> r..,FJ ; t ; N.'Y.r Met ThursdayMembers ::, Holt Chapman, Mrs.: Harold Davis presided at the i 1 the couple will reside at 1341
bowl. Miss
a punch Dorothy Dayton
Broadway are graduates of Brad- of interest iff the hall were arrangements bride ot'Seaman I Blanding street, Starke.
kept the bride's book. Assisting in
of Circle 1 Fur lo, Jr. and E Mr. Hand is associated with
fud High School. Wedding plans of red and white ca- I
serving Mrs. Annie
Christian'Church
: were Hollings-
met I
mellias. Miller of Reading Gulf Life Insurance Company,
will be announced at a later date. worth and Miss Shi Ann Smith.
Jan. 21
at 10
a. m. D. Van Deventer Those attending from Starke
Presiding at the silver coffee ,
: ;- of Mrs. Following week's wedding trip
: Smith DeVoe. a
+
x : I
and tea services at different hours the ceremony. were Harold Beasley and Mr. and
Garden Club to the home of the '
were Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Mrs. O. .' garet Blankenship, the church was' bridegroom'sharet ?irs J.,. C. Smith and daughter,
man, conducted the j L. Haynes. Sr., Mrs. J. E. Wilson ; tall baskets of Beth. .
Hears M. B. JordanOf Nits Norman Badgett couple will reside in Jacksonville.
and Mrs. A. Z.'Adkins. Serving as and fern, and
I,
devotional. At noon. The bride is a graduate of j:
Prison Staff floor hostesses were Mrs. I* D. Miss June Conner Weds Rev. Lloyd Peterson served luncheon to entwined I Bradford High School, class of I District OES
Vming Mrs. Bynum Perkins, Mrs. burning white
bers present. I IS59, and was employed by Pool Officers Honored
In
Pine Level
George Patten :Mrs. W. G. Hail Baptist Church CeremonyThe arrangements of I
M B. Jordan, teacher of Vocational
I The next circle ,smd Kent Co., at the State Farm.
and Miss Norma Canova. Assistingin pompoms were At Luncheon
Agriculture at the State I Mr. Furillo is stationed at the
held in the Sunday
serving were Mrs. H. A. Lawton Pine Level Baptist Churchwas floor over which hung white nylon of interest in the
Prison, was guest speaker at the trig, starting at 10 )i Jacksonville Naval Air Station. I
Starke Garden Club and Mrs. Mattie Gahagan. the setting for' a beautifuland waffles at the edge of the table a. E. M. Davis, or- Mrs. J. R. Kite and Mrs.B T
meeting Monday b.o a covered dish Out-ot- an guests at the wed-
impressive wedding on Friday and draped at the nuptial music as
center with a I Thomas entertained the Worthy
d
evening. Adult FellowshipHas evening, Jan. 15, at 8 o'clock ;Jarge red satin bow. The threetfred Circle 2, with 10 II rjitig ana reception were Mrs. Mortimer Matrons of District 8 O. E. S. at
Mr. Jordan of the
spoke beautification when tent, met at the Bunting and Mr. and Mrs.
Miss
June Rosemary Con I wedding cake was decora- served the groom luncheon last Saturday at the
} work being done at the Progressive ner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tea with little Elaine Colson at 8 p. ushers were !Carlton Burnette of Madison; Mr.
1 I red roses and white Thomas home on S. Water street.
prison and surrounding groundsby and Mrs. Guy Witt of St. Louis,
Leon 21. Mrs. Cleo Harley,
Conner of Starke
becamethe \alisy: lilies. and Harvey
Around butter
The
the base of attractively appointed -
the Inmates under his super- Supper FridayThe bride of Rev. I man, conducted the Mo.: Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Witt
Lloyd the an-I
Eugene cake ,
was an arrangement of table was centered with red
:isior Members of the Florida I and Mrs. G. L. Chapman of Lake
Mis.
) Margaret Prevatt
Peterson of West I Iol 11
Hollywood, son fern and white pompoms. Flank- of/< te camellias and red candles in crystal
Federation of Garden Clubs have Adult Fellowship Class of ; Mr. and Mrs. Macon Petersonof 'ling the cake were silver -candleholders the devotional on was.!*worn by the ;I:City;. Mr and Mrs. W. A. Bryant I holders.
drnated a greenhouse to the prison the First '
Methodist Church held a i Branford. Rev. W. E. Hall, with burning red tapers. Mansions. ; given in marriage I jof St.Augustine, and Mr. and Mrs. Fifteen members attended this
to carry on the work of the progressive supper last Friday'vening. ved by Miss Colson and I
pastor, performed the nuptials. The The fitted wool 1
Vocational Agriculture punch table was overlaid John T. Cook of Orange Park. delightful! affair.
Division. Tall baskets of white gladioli, With a, floor length linen Colson.
Mr Jordan also gave pointers'on The 17 members white I_ -
enjoyed The next
appe-
meeting
pompoms and Fug -
mums were cloth with white nylon drapedaioond .
good landscaping.The tizers at the home of Mr. and fl&.nked'by branched candelabra \\il1 be held at 8 p. m.
the
edge and caught at
meeting was presided over Mrs. Jim Bloodworth and the main at the home of Mrs.
holding burning
jed
tapers, and
the center with
small satin
I a red
by the president, Mrs. J. N. Hop- Mrs. R. S. Mullins. Mrs. Mullinswas the background Prevatt. '
was banked with bow.
The
kins, and Miss Clara Leaman gave assisted by Mrs. Bobby Turner magnolia leaves and cedar and I I placed in crystal a bed of punch green bowl fern was intcrspersed. '!

the devotional.The Mrs. Jerome Johns and Mrs. Mrs.,
formed I
an effective setting on the with red camellias. Sheller ,
hostesses served a dessert Henry Godwin.
sitar Red candles graced the Greeting guests at the door at
course during the social hour Before going to the Fred Snells window sills of the sanctuary. At Two
the reception was Mrs. Frazier
for dessert the group called on MrsGeorge Canova pianist, 'Shaw1.nd 1ta; d h1ntb,te'. 't Y -' 9
l Recent BirthsMr. prospective members for the class." ; : Mrs. Robbie Shaper
rendered nuptial music as the ing line were" the patents.of the ed at two surprise, AUTO SALES
;guests assembled. and accompanied bade and
and bridal
and.Mrs.,,G. J. McGriff Jr. UDC To Meet "Miss Sylvia Paulk, soloist, who Misses Sue groom Jackson and party.Judy ies for her son, Bill t'Y: ;
Announce.the birth of a daughter daughter, Mrs. Jutn
I ang "Oh Promise Me, "Dearly Haislop cut the bride's cake and
Kathleen Lee on January 24 in i The W.. T, Weeks chapter, U, Beloved," "The Wedding Prayer," Miss Judy Dankel kept the bride's win, during the'

Alachua General Hospital. Grand- D. C. will meet Wednesday after- and "Saviour Like A Shepherd book. Assisting in Mr. Tilley celebrated .

parents are Mr. and Mrs. D. A. noon, Feb3, at 3 o'clock at the Lead Us." Misses Margie and Sandra serving White-were day last Friday,nigHt at AND SERVICE
1324 Road
Montieth of Fort Lauderdale and home of ,Mrs. Charley Johns with Mavon Peterson served his son head, JoAnn Reddish, Janice Con- Blanding ,

Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGriff. Sr. Mrs. Steve Simmons as co-host- as best, man and the ushers were nci' 2nd Yvonne Conner, Mrs. J. given by his mother.> :
.njoyed the' occasion
of Starke. ess.when Lucian Conner, Doyle E. Conner C.
$app, Mrs. Roscoe BuUington, honor
:and Glenn L. Conner, brothers of :Mrs. B. M. McRae, Mrs. Joel Mrs.guest.Godwin was : As Exclusive Distributors For

the bride and Samuel Townsend Jackson and Mrs. Paul Faulkner.
need surprised with a party
:
you of Gainesville After
spending some time with hei mother last
Nationally Famous
I Attending the bride were Mrs. 1 their guests the bride and groomcft at the Godwin home at
Owen Alvarez as matron of honor )
on a wedding trip to South
Farm. Six couples,
RELIABLE GAS SERVICE and Miss Patricia Alvarez, Mrs. Florida. The bride, chose for
honoree helped her
Lucian Conner, Mrs. Doyle Conner traveling a white two piece wool occasion.

and Mrs. Glenn Conner as suit with shaded red accessories,
l G [ID .alb

I THINK OF SLADE GAS to gowned bridesmaids.alike The in becoming attendants white were corsage.complemented They are with residing a white in orchid their Junior Club 1 .t j

taffeta gowns. Their fitted bodices new home at 1708 N. State Road To Meet Monde -
TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP featured boat necklines and long : 7, West Hollywood Fla. TIRES

fitted, pointed sleeves. The back The bride is a graduate of The Junior Woman's z
PHONE WO 4-3551 of the bodice came to a deep I
BUS, class of 1956, and also meet Monday evening
point, caught with a large double I'' graduated from Trinity Bible Coi i* lu the club house, LINEpREMIUi TYREX
fold, giving a bustle effect. The
lege. Clearwater, in June 1959. cram on Public
full skirts swept to the floor. The Mr. Peterson is a graduate of Siven. 11.95 NATIONWIDE GUARANTEE

gowns were designed and madeb 3ranford High School, class of Hosteses for the
> Mrs. Park Cheshier. The attendants .
> 1952 and the Baptist Bible Sem
Mrs Drew Reddish, Against All Road
I carried old fashioned' mary, Fort Worth, Texas, class of Mrs. George Shuford, x 15 30 000 MILES
of red roses tied Hazards Including
bouquets deep
1956. He is an associate minister' Strickland, Miss KT T.T.
7. with red satin ribbon. Their nose- at West Hollywood Baptist Church. and Mrs. Jerome Johns."t CUTS BREAKS, BRUISES, etc. Lifetime Warranty
%: i -- tip free veils were, attached ,to a Among the out-of-town gags a. Against Manufacturers Defects.

made of net and sequins.
crown
were Rev. and Mrs. Robert Martin -?:
fir --- Little Debra Sewell of Panama Executive
and Mr. and Roy Idaho of TUBED
'"- 1 --- =,.. City served as flower girl in a full Bradford, Rev. and Mrs. Edwin
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length gown of white taffeta de- Murree and Mr: and Mrs. E. H.Murree The executive SIZE BLACK WHITE

1t 1/ igned as those of the attendants. ; of Hilliard; Mrs. Margaret Starke Thursday Woman's afternoon Club '. 6.70 x 15 14.95 18.95
,
) t n't She carried a white basket of red illiams and daughter'and' Mrs.

lose petals tied with a large red Dean Sewell and daughters, Pam 3:30.o'clock.: in the 7.10 x, 15 16.95 21.95

+ +tlr U/1 ; .iin ribbon. Little Doyle Conner and Debbie, of Panama City; and CAR 7.60 x 15 17.95 23.95TIRES
It
u? tr tf'r 11 Jr. served as ringbearer.The Mis. J. R. Bennett of Marianna.Miss .

bride, given in marriage.. by d THAT'S --
1 ,'j 11 1 t I her father, was radiant in a gown Hobbs TUBELESS
Jackie
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n v of white lace over peau de soie.. 15, 5.20 x 13, SIZE BLACK WHITE

d+41i ll r/tu tr t The fitted bodice featured a crown Will Graduate 13, 5.90 x 13, '7.50 x 14 18.95 21.95
collar, wasp waist that came to a ., ,
"He's Kidding You!:You know that even from Starke deep point, in the back, and longpointed From FSy Saturday a 16 15, 5.50 6.40 x x 15 13, 8.00 X.95 23.95

Builders Supplies a tiny can of paint won't cover so sleeves. Rows of rosettes ,
much!" decorated the long full skirt which Miss Jackie Hobbs will graduate t Choice 8.50 x 14 22.95 25.95

suept into a chapel train. Her from Florida State University on 6.70 x 15 17.95 20.95

fingertip veil of pure silk French Saturday,-Jan.. 30, with a Bachelor '
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illusion was caught from a Ma of Science degree in home 7.10 x 15 19.95 22,95

NO MONEY DOWN haranee pearl crown highlightedwith economics She was elected to the 20\V.95 7.60 x 15 20.95 24.95

pearls and sequins, with a Kappa Delta Pi, National Honorary .

pearl teardrop in the center. Her Teachers Society and to Omi- .

only ornament was a white gold crcn Nu. national honorary home It's true..you wear Plus Tax & Exchange, ,Adjustments Made on Manufacturers

Repair wrist watch. & gift from the economics society. She has accepted ing new Sonotone Suggested List Price

bridegroom. She carried a whiteBible a home economics teaching IN YOLT. 'EAE! To .

topped with white' roses anda position with the Orange worn anywhere else.: NO MONEY DOWN
Add Rooms --- Carport -w- white orchid. County Board of Instruction, and Sonotone ever, it

.... Mrs. Conner chose for her is currently teaching at the Robert half an ounce, : To 12 Mos. To Pay- Payments Start March 1960

Bath Room' I I daughter's wedding a Navy bluel1ace Orlando.E- Lee Junior High School in .50 N'O T ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS HONORED

dress with matching accessories

(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIXTURES and a lavender orchid corsage Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs and 721 N.W. 20th
Mrs. Peterson, mother of the family will attend their daughter's -
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groom, was attired in a blue silk graduation, and will spendthe ,

punt dress with black: accessoriesand weekend with Mr. Hobb's Please send me without !
Time To Re-root
d 's Auto Sales
a lavender orchid corsage. mother, Mrs. G. M. Bedenbaugh your free booklet, { 1 1tall I
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!Pine Level educational building

I I!immediately after the wedding. Young Adults -.. Name __-___

, The hall was attractive with arrangements And
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of white gladioli 1i, The Young Adult Class of the

pompoms and Fugii mums againsta First Christian Church will hold City __._. ...__ .
Phone WO 4.4201 Starke, Fla. I background of greene The, is monthly meeting/Friday night.JaIL STARKE, FLORIDA

l bride's:; table was covered with a : 29, at 8 o'clock in' thee Sun- Batteries for all makes I -, ..., .. ;.
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.myyy.TmyyyyyTTmn TTTTTTTTTTfTTTTTfTTTTTT ved following the meeting .rt..r.r.rT.nr..r..Tr. :n to an illness. ing Union. It seems that the cold

editorialWeigh Personals Our daughter, Faye England, is weather 116 degrees] took its toll
NORTH SIDEBy HAMPTON Mr. and Mrs. W. P. McElroy CLAY HJLLItl recuperating nicely from her recent last Sunday.
end family drove to Jacksonville operation, we are happy to John Brown was accepted by

# Airs. John Cowart&AAAAAAAALAL4LLAAAAL.iAA1 B, 3Irt. D. fc. lUll list Saturday evening. Mnw J, t_ ,4trfl'kll..... say. statement into fellowship of the
Carl Clarke, pastor of Hampton Clarence Knight has been called .Highland Church last Sunday
Those Words LA AAAAALAAAAAALAAUAAA ,. Christian church.i and John 4AAAA .&AAAiA4AAAAA4AA.A.Mr.s. A to act as temporary pastor of corning Mr. Brown has been very
The inspirational speaker for Clmton Shealy Weds White, former pastor, left Sunday the Clay Hill Church. He is to act ill, but made the statement to
\ Lula Pendarvis has been
\Vith the Democratic primaries coming in the Worship services last Sundaywas night on a trip to Ohio. iu this capacity for two months various persons including pastor
up Clinton Shealy of
son Mr. and back; in Sunday School and church
: Pastor J. E. Lingerfelt of Mrs.. E. S. Shafer of New YOlk Ii all is satisfactory he will be George Chism, that he wished to
May, announcements from hopeful officeseekersare Mrs. C. L. Shealy of Hampton, for the past two Sundays after
Middleburg. Brother Lingerfelt City arrived in Hampton on Monday tailed for the,balance of the year. btome: a member of the church.
beginning to sprout like early spring crops, will speak during the services again and Gloria Nobles, daughter of ; to join her Husband who has spending some time with, her Jciin Wilkison had to resign Ail members are requested to visit
Mr. and Mrs. Truman Palmer ofGainesville :other. Willie Carter, of Mac-
and this is the open season for politicians. this Sunday teen here for the past three pis duties as pastor, due to ill Mr. Brown's home and extend the
The inspirational music was were married Friday clenny. We hope Mr. Carter has
weeks. health. to him.
of friendship
ht hand
e\ening Jan. 22, in GaineSville.The rrr
Roscoe Drummond, one of the more erudite po- resented by :Mrs. Blaine Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Wood and improved in health. Our daughter. Minnie Parmilee.. We hope he will soon recover his
ceremony at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lang have
litical writers, suggests that now is the time and the special singing was the bridegroom's uncle, D. B. She- children cf Stewart Miss. are teen to Tampa visiting relatives and Nellie McKenzy of Jacksonville health and be able to come backto
performed by Mrs, Joan Thomp- Mr. F. P. Lott.Mr. .
visiting and Mrs. called on us and Faye Eng- church. .
for John Q. Public to arm himself against the ron, Ola Mae Sapp Myrtle Alvarez aly, was performed' by Rev. Drewof brother. ,for a few days. Richard also attended :
Mr.'Lott's
Wood is land on Thursday of last week. Well, we tried rabbit hunting
double-talk and "hog-wash" that will soon, be Pastor Lingerfelt and Brother Gainesville. Relatives and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins. the funeral of a friend They also visited friends at recently. There is a rabbit in our ""-
friends of the couple jvere present. Mr. Jones, father of Mr. Lang's
Harold Alvarez. Don't foget choir
making the.welkin ring in all corners of the The couple are presently making visited last Thursday in Ocala caughter-in-law Mrs. Bill Lang.. Kingsley Lake. vicinity who seems to think our
practice.Mrs. with their son-in-law and daughter We missed Mr. Tully Normanat is his home. With the dog
garden
country. The purpose, as he explains, would be Brown returned their home in Hampton with Mr.Lealy's Lavina Martin spent a few daysin
Margaret Mr.and, Mrs. Calvin Richard, Sunday Scchool and church tnfi the cats aiding in hunting"Mr.
to build up within ourselves and our ': parents. Tampa on business t returned
among
home last Wednesday after attending Mid family. On Tuesday, last services last week. He is the songleader Rabbit," we have had lots
friends such visible 'resistance to soft words and Parcel Ppst Rates Increase Feb., 1 home a few days ago.
the graduation of her week, they drove to Jacksonvilleto and Training Union director. interesting adventures'but still
soft soap from politicians that the candidates brother from ministerial collegein Fourth class mail [parcel post \1sit Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith While Richard and Grace Lang We suppose he was home by haven't caught the rabbit. One

would have to talk sense talk honestly, and talk Louisiana. She also toured ates wjll be increased on Febru- thd children. were in Tampa, they attended the the file during this cold weather. night;; the dog was fighting with
ary 1. Hampton Postmaster Mary wedding of their B. Lang,
sonwD.
candidly-or soon learn that they are not goingto through various parts of the stateof Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mosherof Bell Rosier was back in churchon something in the chickenlot. Werabbed
Williams said this week. .
? 'to Miss Wade on January 16. D.a
Louisiana. Matamoras Pa. arrived Wednesday Sunday morning with her
be listened to. new
Mrs. Alma Robinette returned In the third'zone, for instance, [Dave] is well known here and ? the light and the gun and
evening last week for visit son. This is the first time this
Mrs. Williams said, where postageis this wedding is of interest to took off again. We met the culprita
As start Drummond to her home in Quincy Saturday
Sir. that
these
a suggests )Lere with their son and daughter- young man has been in church,
are'definitely not worth listening to and advises alter being released from thej presently 34 cents for three in-law Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mosher everyone in Clay Hill. We wish but we feel confident that he will skunk, and after a chase fin-
pounds: the new rate will be 41 .
: the couple a long and happy life.Eg'.n
the wary voter to avoid them like poison: Bradford County _Hospital. and family. : be a regular attendant. ally got him in barn. The rabbit
cents. The third is where
zone has been sufferingwith
Shufoid is still ill Lang
Mr George Vernon Forsyth, son of Mr. and Harry Taylor of Middleburg was the
1. The candidate who suggests that if elect has not been seen lately. All
you Stars, Roebuc mail order packages ; a severe cold has con-
i in St. Vincent's Hospital in Jack- but
Mrs. Joe Forsyth of Hampton, enlisted : a:.ong the visitors in church Sun-
him everything will be all right and you can just sonville. Your are figured from here to Atlanta. tinued to work in her store in spiteof activity has probably frightened
prayers are request- in the U. S. Army last week, day. All visitors, as well as re-
sit back and relax. fa for all of the ill and suffering. : Oilier zone and pound rates her illness. She is one of the tuiar him and many of the other animals -
and has been sent to Ft. Hood, : : members, are always wel-
2. The candidate who devotes most of his timeto Little Miss Gail Shuford., daughter will increase accordingly she' ad- Texas for basic training.Mrs. "old timers" who refuses to give 'ome. There were 50 present for into some other part of the

attacking his opponent' criticizing what is of George and Valeria Shuf- cedNo Jessie Chastain of Hamp- Sunday School and 16 for Train orld!
other class mail is affectedby
being or not being done. ford, will enter a Jacksonville ton will be attending the County Monday for St. Petersburg for atwo -
and
this change; first, second
3. The candidate who is forthright about hospital Monday morning for an Ccmmissicners Meeting in Gainesville -
very third class mailing rates will re- week's visit with her fiance'sf&mily DeWITT C. JONES
stating the problem, but tongue-tied about providing operation. Brown and Mrs. huin the same at the present time. this Friday, when the Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Pear-
the answer. Miss Carolyn PTA Meets Next Week Bradford commissioners meet sou. She is to be a bridesmaid at FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE
Rita Tilly are ill and confined to
4. The candidate.who thinks Communism i is a their homes. We wish them a Hampton Elementary PTA will of:ointlv Alachua with County.county. commissioners the wedding of Don Pearson's sis- PHONE WO 4-2600

terrible but can't afford to do' meet on Thursday Feb. 4, at 7:30p. : leon February 6 in St. Peters- \\'" furnish the
danger, says we speedy recovery. They are missed Mrs. Drew Hunter of Lake City before Highest type semce at itwesi prices and accept
what is necessary to deal with it. ui church services. m. in the school auditorium. All visited here Sunday with Mr. arid burg for returning to Gainesville ANY life insurance policy In force, issued by ANY companyy aa
of
starting the second
5. The candidate who neglects the big issues MT> and Mrs. Ralph Odum parents and friends are invited to Mrs. A. M. Bryant. semester!? : at the ,University of payment In part or in full on funeral, services. Oonsuttatloqcarri'lo
and speaks out decisively only on the minor ones. moved into their new home at the r.ltend. Refreshments will be ser Miss Barbara Matchett left Florida. obligation.

Slate Farm last week. ..
To these we might add in the category of not Mrs. Nealy and Lois Carter --- -

worth listening to: ... visited Mis. John Cowart last Sun-.
nay afternoon.
The candidate who deals in all the old cliches Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns visited -

about "serving the dear people" and those who their children in Jacksonville

promises more and more benefits for less and last Wednesday. kt
less taxes. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp visited
their son John Benny, and Lanell
Whether or not we follow Mr. Drummond's Sapp in Daytona over the week- A

advice to actually form an organization to arm cuu. I ,
against insincere politicians, we may all benefit Mrs. Carrie Norman and Mrs.

by accepting his advice concerning those not worth Gladys Carter visited the John I
Aguaires in Jacksonville last Wed-
listening to. The disturbing truth, however is nesday afternoon.The -

that a large segment of the American public will Freemanx-Johns and Mrs.

believe anything they hear, if it is stated con- Effie Johns of Starke were supper

vincingly enough. Those are the ones who s'hould fuests of the Oscar Carters last 0 0 I 0

particularly heed Mr. Drummond's advice on the Saturday night. it

eve of the upcoming "Battle of 19GO.( Miss Debbie Phillips and Debbie ? yf
Sue of Highland visited Mrs. .'.
arrie Norman on Friday morn- A xi
One More Racket ing.
r Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. ,: -

From an adjoining county comes word of an- Johnny Hazen on the birth of a ,

other racket that is being worked in the area daughter, on Thursday, at the .
Hospital. Mrs.
Bradford County
victimize unsuspecting! citizens.
Hazen and baby daughter are both r

According to reports, there have been recent doing fine. They are at home with 0 0w ,

instances of unlicensed operators preying on Mrs. Hazen's parents. Mr., and.":,"

housewives and other rural residents by charging Mrs. Othma Norman. visited- L< ;
Mr and Mrs. Lingerfelt
exorbiant fees for pumping out septic tanks. The the Othma Normans Mrs. Hazen 0 0

work of these men is said to be inferior,: and and her infant daughter on Sun-

they actually endanger public health by dumping day afternoon.Mr. .

waste, in ditches and wooded areas. John Cowart attended the WITH TRADE

teachers and officers Sunday ,..pi a ,
The unlicensed septic tank men usually appearat School meeting at Hope Baptist -

homes in the afternoon, while the man of Church last Tuesday night. ,

the house is at work. They point out that there .-

has been a lot of rain during the past year, and cW'' I : ;: 11 1 t

offer ta inspect the property owner's septic tank THE RIGHT rOlNY for the ,L THE COPELAND .
way you write. Come In and se. ',. -" ,
free of charge. J '.
led your favorite ESTERBROOK ,. .
The tank, of course, is found to be full--but Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.i ., ,;' MODEL T24K11O, I. ; ,

what many victims don't know is that a properly 1

functioning septic tank normally stays full. '-- -- --",- -." -- ... --" -. Modern ultra-slim Table Model. New

23', picture tube. giant 282 In. .. :
The racketeers then pump out the tank, usual- sq. % .

ly charging a per-gallon rate which results in viewing area!! Convenient front con- '

a fee of frpm $40 to $50, and chances are they WHEN trols. Tone control. Lighted channel .. 'r t .
just pump out the surface fluid.If .
indicator. Etched circuit board 5-
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paid by check, the fly-by-nighters cash it as

soon as possible at a store or other,establishment yOU year written warranty! Powerful horizontal < *J ;# _? ,

where the victim is well known.It chassis. Power transformer. tom.

is said that this particular racket not only Charcoal, Mahogany and Blonde Oak V

endangers public health by indiscriminate dump- finishes on metal. Matching swivel base
ing of waste matter but can also result in dam- ,. %, f i-

age to the septic tank. NEED. (optional, extra). ,, J'I

This is just one of the rackets being workedat I.J

this time of year when "snowbirds" are wend- I

ing their way South to escape the rigors of anotherS MONEY ,

winter North.It ; -

will be well up for homeowners to be doubly I ., NOT JUST A BIGGER PICTURE hi

wary of all who knock at their doors offering -BUT A BETTER PICTURE! _

varied services at this time of year-that Is, SEE US I :.

unless they want to pay for someone's winter ;

vacation at their own expense. .. -

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The Taxi Dilemma NEW! TINTED .. .
"SEAIEDON"SAFETY -- NEW! ALL FRONT
GLASS! CONTROLS! :yt.. ,
Starke'a taxi cab owners find themselves in LOANSUP SHATTER-PROOF! 1 Push Pull On-Off plus t o ,v
a peculiar predicament. They want\ and have ask- DUST-PROOF.! 1 a, full i range Bass/?'reble r t e si'1 r, # ;
Cuts reflection%! # control. New Easy- t v' A f
ed for restrictive measures that will make it more Cuts glare J$! ; Grip Channel Selector ; +I
a r a'
difficult; for new companies to enter the business Insures sharper f insures smooth effortless (

here. but at the same time they find the restrictions TO pictures.
will work a hardship on established

for licensing of drivers .
companies by providing ETCHED CIRCUIT
and other requirements. BOARD... EXTRA PICTURE ; e :
Council is apparently reluctant to pass an ordi- $600 YEAR WRITTEN POWER $ i, ; ,
WARRANTY Horizontal chassis s :
nance that would curb new companies without, Pioneered by Admiral. gives dramatic picture z
at the same time, applying the same rules to, existing .. Eliminates 105 poten brightness with full 6.tialtroublespotsfound s : '

companies. So there we have a dilemma, delity soupd. COOL """ '
COIL" POWER ... -
'in 0 ld-f as hi on ed hand <; ; --
third*'eading of the controversial ordi- r .
with the .' wired TV. No faulty TRAN'-'FORMER'I y ,
set for Feb. 2. sures cooler, more ef +.- ;
connections to
come -
nance
"Folks Find Us .
ficientoperation. $3.00 A WEEK .
In the meantime, the general public seems loosev j

oblivious of the controversy and quite unconcerned. Friendly" (After low down payment)
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All they want, apparently, is a cab when they ,Ly Admiral. ti :
call one. LOCAL FINANCE : THE BUCKING I JAM MODEL t4K1S7 ;.;{

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Golf Club paying original it$300 In initiation installments.fee, or When are 3 Candidates I Commission Faces Negro Home -MAYOR'S COURT=i I CHURCH OF JESUS: SAINTS CHRIS}' I I I I t.t'w.rtt.t.,' .: --

LATTER DAY it\t- ii i'lll'itl't1" .
the total of 250 is reached, membership Quiet Meeting The following hand- Services each m old.lasonic j Ii. .
MembershipDrive Already Out Lost In FireFire cases were SUn<1ay I Sunday Sciinnt::: H i. P'pseh.'tug
: will be'closed, it was Next MondayA led in Mayor's Court Monday Hall on E. Call &1. Sun. I 11 a. m. Training Umcn 6:30p. :

Slated stated. For GovernorFlorida morning, Jan. 18: ay School 1" a. m. Sacrament m. Preaching i.tv \p n, dyer
\ A progress report on the golf quiet meeting seems in pros- completely destroyed the Clyde Mosley, public intoxication ervice 8:30 p. m. Everyone we Meeting Wt !!r".sd"" 7-3o n 'm

course, now under constructionwas' l ect for the County Commissionnevt i home of Everett'Lee Morris Sr. $27.50, bond estreated. roe WednesdayBibl study, 7-30 .
A membership drive for the given by Terwillegar. He said: voters in the May pri- Monday with the main order Negro, on the Old Lawtey Road: Carl Edward Baugess. disordely Im

Starke Golf and Country Club was that all tees and greens have maries will have the largest field i iof { of business being to compile a ,ast Saturday afternoon. Morris j conduct by fighting and public intoxication A IK PARK BAPTIST CHURCH ;
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kicked off at a meeting in the :been shaped in, the three wells gubernatorial candidates to priority list of road and bridge (,,iiis rife, and their seven children I Iescaped $65, bond estreated. Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn- I ship, 8:00: p. m, Midweek Prayer

Chamber cf Commerce office last and pumps have keen completed pick from since 1948. Already !requests to be presented at the [ injury as their kerosene !! Thomas Franklin Haines, run- Ing Worship 11 a. m.* Training 'I i Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m.

Friday night with the appointment and pipe is in the ground for the there! are eight aspirants in the :annual budget hearing of the I heater exploded, starting the !t ning stop? sign, $12.50, bond es- 'Jnion 6:45 p. m. Evening' Wor-i Everyone welcome.

of H. A. Bishop Jr. and W. watering system. Grass will be Held, with a couple more possible State Road Department. blaze. I II treated.

C, Powell as co-chairmen. planted fairways, tees and starters. : The budget hearing will be held I In addition to the Morris fire I Roy Starling, pifclicc intoxica- MJ6

Other committee chairmen 'greens within the next 30 days. !, Not since 1948. when nine can- ':.Thursday, March 3, in the Gainesville the Starke Fire Department was tion, $2750, bond estreated. y +

named by Clyde Terwillegar, president Terwillegar said that actual construction cidates ran for the Democratic city hall, with the Brad- j kept busy last weekend answering Simon McCloud, Jr., reckless hE"rE
of the country club corporation | of the club house should I I nomination, has the field been ,ford delegation slated to be heard I calls to grass fires. There have I II I driving and failure to yield right-

were: Greens and Grounds,i get under way in the near future. so crowded. v j it 10:30: a. m. I been a total of 13 fire calls during of-way causing an accident, $52.- :. s ,

Robert McIntire and Terwillegar; Club membership is not limitedto I Those who have announced to I' In the afternoon Commis- January, and 12 of them have I 50, bond estieated.

l' Finance Committee, Guy Andrews; I residents of Starke, but persons, date are: Lon members will visit Santa Fe been grass fires.Veterans I,! Clyde :Mosley (second arrest) a
Building Committee, T. H. Slade: I I Fanis Bryant 45-year-old Ocala j Lake to inspect the Pumpkin I
living in other nearby towns and i i public intoxication and use of. profane AS
1 Publicity' Mrs. Clyde Terwillegar.j communities are welcome and may I I attorney and former Speakerof I Patch road, 'and also proposed Affairs I language $55 or 10 days.
Members attending last Friday's j' the House, who also.ran in 1956. j sites for a recreation area 'On Felton Benton, disorderly concitct -.
meeting voted to close memberships -,i obtain membership by contacting!l :Ted David, 39, of Hollywood, .'Little Santa Fe. State Official I intoxica- 1t
by fighting, public
at 250. At present there are I, Terwillegar, Bishop, Powell or any I I iso an attorney and former To Be Here Feb. 4 I II lion and use of profane language

160 members who have paid the I: present member of the club. Speaker of the House. i i Starke Is Host 'I| $55 or 10 days. First charge of '
Haydon Burns, Mayor of Jack-i A. L. Crosby Jr., County Serv-! t
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School Food : disorderly conduct by fighting
Mjnville. .. i| ice Officer, has invited Joe A.:i
State Senator Doyle E. Carlton Service Group. Crawford to his office as a con-;L dismissed.
YOUR MEMORIAL GIFT TO j I Nathaniel Soloman public intoxication -
of Wauchula. sultant to dismiss technical questions -!'
Former Circuit Judge John Mc- i Delegates from 12 counties, 192 and problems with veterans : $27.50 or 5 days.

I The Carty of Fort Pierce i $strong, attended the District 4 and their survivors or dependents i I Will your car start '

BRADFORD COUNTY HEART UNITAn Ststes,Senator Fred Dickinsonof I meeting of the Florida School living in this area. I I I: HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH ,.

West Palm Beach. Food Service Association held here Mr. Crawford represents the:: -Hope Baptist Church, Theresa, tomorrow morning ?

Affiliate of The State Senator Harvie J. Belserof last Saturday. Mrs. Sara Hunter, headquarters office of the Florida fe\en miles south of Starke .on

Bonifay. manager of the Starke Elementary of Veterans Affairs,
Department Koute 100. Rev. Samuel S. Cuth-
NORTHEAST FLORIDA HEART ASSOCIATION George A. Downs of Orlando.. School cafeteria, is district director Pass a Grille, and his services are I,.eit, pastor. Before you say yes,think when it was that you had your ...

Will Be One Republican Bernard M. of the association.A offered free of charge. School 10 Morn- I check.
Promptly Acknowledged To +I II i Sunday a. ra. last battery
Shctkin, Miami' Beach real estate highlight of the program was Persons who have questions or ins, Worship, 11 a, m-, message by the of the battery itself, .
The Bereaved Family. developer, has also announced his a": report on the national convention -I problems concerning VA benefits, the pastor on the topic The New And give a thought to age

intention to run for governor. by Mrs. Frances Houchard such as hospitalization, educationand ;I Lile in Christ.; Training Union, It's hard to be certain, isn't it? But it'.. not hard to stop

VICTOR 'FREES, Chairman Caudle of Fort Lauderdale, state training, insurance, disability,I II: 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship, 7:30p : I by our Cities Service station and find out for sure the

809 West Cypress St. I Voting Cards association president. widows and dependent parents I m", series of messages by the condition of your battery

i STARKE, FLORIDA Mast Be ReturnedBy Various phases of the school benefits, GI housing loans. etc. are i I I; pastor on the prpphecy as it is And it's good to know tint if ,
lunch program and its effect on invited to meet with Mr. Craw shown in the Book of Revelation. should need a replacement
I yon
February 1 the crUd, the school, and the com- I ford during his visit here on Thurs Topic this week will be "Those ,we have the best..the '
__yJ -- munity were discussed by OliverE. day, Feb. 4, from 1:30: to 4 p.m. at I Who Are Blessed or Judged." I I Cities Service dry-charged

County voting registration renewals Daughcrty supervisor of, the Starke armory. Advance ap- Wednesday. 7:30: p. m., Prayer I I Tri-Ffll Battery. The dry. !
i .. must be returned by Feb. secondary education Marion County -'pointments be by contacting -.
may made I needs
Tri Fill water
Meetinsr followed by choir rehearsal : charged -
iI 1, Mrs. Marian L. Crosby, Super- ; P. T. Nolan principal Starke ,Mr. Crosby at the armory
directed by Mr. Fred Doid.r only three times a year in
I visor of Registration, reminded the Elementary; and H. B. Ingram,I i
and lasts to
normal
ar use up
C. I public this week. principal Bradford High School. -
_. Dr. Marco SpeakerAt I
70ft longer.
Mrs. Crosby has had only abouta Entertainment features included

50 per cent return on the 1,700 & skit written and directed by Beta ClubThe I II II DIC.. Have your battery checked

SERVICE cards mailed recently to registrants Mrs." Hazel Cressler, elementary I cMEAT.. tomorrow. And hate a loot -
who had not voted in the last school librarian, and numbers by I Beta Club held the regular TARKt: FL':. at our dry-charged Tri-Fill

tJ' AT ITS BEST two elections. The law providesthat the high school Glee Club, directed : -, bi-monthly" meeting at the Jiigh i battery too.
names of those failing to return by Miss Virginia Sewell. I school on Tuesday morning, Jan.
R cards be 'removed from the I 26. Dr. Seymour R. Marco, guest Sun.-Mon.-Tue., Jan 31- SILCOX

Fast ,!u lified -elector list after Feb. 1. speaker gave an interesting talk Feb. 1-2
-- Dependable Economical Robert Taylor
--
I They will then have to be reInstated on "The Opportunity Of BecomingAn DOUBLE FEATURE

I ALL MAKES\ ALL MODELS in person before April Stars In- Film. Optometrist. The Girl Most Likely CITIES SERVICE '
1 or they will not be qualified to At Florida Sunday"The I Some of the past speaKers appearing Jane Powell, Cliff Robertson'
I : before the cluo include t
vote in the May primaries.Mrs. )
Phone
WO 4-4975
H K. anesthetist at Brad The Barefoot Contessa [
Crosby said that new registrations House of the Seven: :Tyus
in the courthouse had ford County Hospital; D. R. ,Jansen -'I Humphrey. Bogart ova Gardner
Hawks
and :
an exciting suspenseful -
been very slow so far, although drama combining: adventure,! safety Commissioner for the Eilmond O'Brien

GOLDWIRE SERVICENTER she is keeping the office open romance and mystery, will be'I Florida Highway Patrol; Jack Technicolor' Don't'miss
9:30 each Trawick, santitation officer for PLUS COLOR CARTOON
to
from 7:30 p.m. : p.m. featured at the Florida Theater' TRUCK LOAD
'Thursday night through Januaryand I Bradford County;' and Rev. Barry our --
on Sunday and Monday, Jan. 31, .
133; E. CALL ST. STARKE FICA.f ; Wcd.-Thur.,. Feb. 3-4
February for the convenienceof Feb. 1. The movie teams Robert!Van Deventer, pastor of the First.

.- ',_: :- ., -- .'. '. : '. '. -- "_.. ,. ..-.' >...,: :--j those daytime who hours.Registration cannot. apply duringthe Taylor Maurey and with French Linda.actress Christian, Nicole and i l.Presbyterian Church. ',>/ Invisible DOUBLE FEATURE InvadersJohn I OF TIRE VALUES

LEARN books will remain Donald Wolfit in leading rodes. Heavy Plea ,Day / Agar, Jean Byron o o
A WELL-PAYING PROFESSIONHAIRITYLING ir the precincts through Feb. 29 Filmed on locations in Holland, PLUS _
at the following places: Sees Arraignment up to 25% MORE SAFE
the "revolves .of
action about, one The Four
: -L- .... < Skulls
I AND Lawtey Roberts Store;; Graham, the most baffling mysteries-' to develop In 300 Casesf -';-tf" "
Of JONATHANDRAKE
MILEAGE from GoodyearTurnpikeProved .
Rivers Store; Hampton, Home's ; .
as an aftermath of World I Eduard
Franz, Valerie French
I II Store; Theressa. Rae Beahler, War II. the disappearance of a, County Judge T. A. Yawn got I
I BEAUTY CULTURE. deputy, Hwy. 18 and 100; New fabulous treasure in jewels stolen j underway at $::30 a. m*. Thursday PLUS COLOR CARTOON"Fri.Sat. Tires!

River, Moody Store; Brooker, from Holland by the Nazis. In his!on the heaviest plea clay schedule ., Feb. 5-6 .
Colson's Store. Registrants in I since, he has been'office.. Around -
attempt to recover this hidden I DOUBLE FEATURE
North and South Starke apply at j ,,,300 cases were set for arraignment :'
l .Accredited State Fast, Modern the; courthouse. I' trapped treasure in Taylor a network finds'of murder himself,[I Jhe bulk of them being ,' The Proud Ones INSTALLATION

Hoard School Teaching Methods. After Feb. 29, all books will be for traffic violations. Robert Ryan Virginia Mayo
intrigue and violence, and the
I brought to the Supervisor's office target]I II The unusually heavy volume is Jeffrey Hunter
Free Graduate PayasyouIearnPlacement of two beautiful but widely I 1 I
I in the courthouse where they will j I accounted for by the fact that no, "The Blue at
disparate women. Angel"CinemaseopP
Service. Weekly I Tuition. remain open until April 2. l How Taylor solves the mystery 1 plea nay .was held in Decemberand '' I NYLON

I Special Prices Continue Through January I makes for a fast-moving motion dating there back is to a late backlog November.of cases May Britt, Curt Jurgen.>j t Safety All-Weather

New Federal CensusTo picture which skillfully combines PLUS 2 Color Cartoons -

I PHONE FR. 6-,1105 : adventure, romance and .
suspense.
Start April 1 I WOODS FIRESFires Best Nylon Value Ever!
I
CENTRAL HAIR STYLING COLLEGE ..vrPTTrrpT I
The 1960 census of population I, Church Basketball have rampaged Bradford I *

218 S. E. 1st Street Gainesville, Fla.CustomBuilt and housing will begin April 1'1, County this past week as 226 acres
and a district office has been I:League'ResultsIn were burned in eight fires. This I $

established at ,120 SE First Avenue brings the total number of fires I
last week's games, Madison I
in Gainesville. since the first of the year to 12, tubetrp.I .
Street Baptist squeaked !by First
'Frank C. Widdon will be the .
with 268 acres burned. During
of the district superIivisor )' Christian, 38-36. First Christianled :! I-' n
same period last year, there were
will direct force of 14 8-6 at the end of the first
; a crew I only five fires with 17 acresI
Y I leaders and 219 census 'takers in! qtfarter, but couldn't keep up the I burned.I .r
!' pace until the last quarter when
Homes Bradford, Union, and 13 other i I I Due to the fact that there has
I 1 counties. I Curtis McGee, high scorer for themsht. ROCK BOTTOM PRICES '*
I :(teen no rainfall during the past ON OTHER SIZES, TOO!
I 1 1 Prior to the start of the actual hit for 12 of his 22 points
t ; week and very little this past
JI 1 and almost beat the Baptist team TUBE.TYPE Now!Value 4 <
I i iI
census-taking, all households will
I : month, the.. Florida Forest Service,
Priced' irw
I 1 1I by himself. Edgar Akridge and SIZE '
receive in the
by mail an advance i ii 1I 1'
|advises everyone to be extremelyi
I Dick Akridge led the winners with 7.10 x 15 $20.85 t>ie
I
I i census report from which is designed -; i j careful with fires until we have f ;
: to speed up the field canvass -' 14 and 10 points respectively.In some rain. toot ,- 7.60 x 15 22.80
'I the second game, First 1 Now Value
I and provide more accurate! TUBELESS s
JIM I -' statistics. The distribution of this' Methodist racked up First Presbyterian SIZE Priced'
35-13. Although the Metho- At The Tabernacle
form which contains the basic 7.50 x 14 $20.95
population and housing questions. ; dists led by only one point at the 8.00x14 23.35 F

gives the family a chance to as- I end of the first quarter, they be-j Prophetic messages comprised 8.50 x 14 25.55

WALTER semble information about each I gan to pull, away to stay. David i, ihe greater portion of last week's D Junior tried 'plus tax and recappable tire

member in advance of the census j jtaker's Bristow, with 10 points and Ed I jsej vices at the Gospel Tabernacle. To ava3

visit.WRGR Bennett with 9, led the Methodist i Tabernacle friends of Mrs. Jennie To no itopthe water only fl DOWN!
team while Barry Van Deventer'spoints. |7hornquest of Jacksonville, an out !
OVER 20 FIRINT STANDARD With pal
CHOOSE FROM a .
CI town will be to
member glad -
FROM 3 .were high for the Presby- f I
BUILD
WILL
MODELS_OR JIM WALTER Schedules terians. I(learn that she continues to imI .
The kind of plumbing rM"nlce TOO
YOUR PLANS- Inspirational The schedule for Thursday Jan.I Grove after a serious fall a few 3'T ALL-WEATHER
ffi'ein'from Is the kind moit
us
28, is First Presbyterian; vs First!I wf eks ago and has been removed I
1 Midday Program Street I from the hospital to her home at householders hope for but, seldom
Baptist vs First Methodistat
l :'<. 8:30: p.m. I 2561 Delwood Ave., Jacksonville. find. Xot only de we rise: to eeryemergency b y OODE

.. $2195 A program of special inspirational -! On Thursday. Feb. 4. the sche-I She will be glad to hear from but our prices are !
words and music will begin
!
dule is First Methodist vs First Stat ke friends. always within reason. Call us any

CASH FRICITHftUSOMft WRGR-Radio\ Monday at 12:15.: : Christian at 7 pjn. and First I Dr. and Mrs. Harry F. McGee tide of day or night for i Immediate Area! "
.Midday Melodies" will be heard i' ,
,Presbyterian vs Madison Street attended the Missionary rallies in respoTS ruggecvalue .
"' three times a week, Monday, Wednesday i f
at 8:30: I I*
and Friday at that time. 1 I Baptist p.m. Jacksonville and Lake Butler last I 6a6,t< <

The quarter-hour of music and 1, ticek&r .
j
meditation' will feature nationally I:JayCees Start I jfI
known Christian leaders of all de'I MISSIONARY BAPTIST : Size *

Don't Miss The Big Show nominations combined with lead..;Clearing Site I II 6.80x16 $1195 s
I Su.\day School 9:45: %*n. Morn1 I WICX SEPTIC TAN*$EKVI fThat's -
y s slivery I tog sacred .song artists. jFor Playground t 1 neship 11 .nv Evecing I II
Guest speakers, who will be
: I ,
II
Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Size 55
< Sat.. 5SO:$ _PJH. WJXT-TV Jacksonville. 4 heard live from the WRGR studios,! Local JayCees have undertaken Ia I each Wednesday 7:30 pjn. Everyone I 7.10115 F$ o
include Dr. V. Raymond Edman project to clear a playground j I Ii
Radio and TV Stan welcome.tf v. H. H. ICott.I
Few! the Fan cc presitent of Wheaton College, i area on the north side or Pratt|' pastor
.:,;;m 'P : "':"I\t'! '!'''2f?Is. Wheaton. HL, Dr. William Culbert-,9 I St in Saratoga Heights. Theyhave I'I'I ---- Size 2 5

JoJ_ l.l.'i' ,... ";' ''''''''_1 son president of Moody Bible I'I burned off the six acre area i 7.60x15

and their Clinch Mountain Boys Institute Chicago Dr. Clarence' I and met again Wednesday afternoon I Our Business
HCJB. tubstVaba tas mad rscat f able ttw
Jones of Radio Station UadwmU
to start clearing the section.
If .It's Glass We Have 1U!
Quito. Ecuador, and many others. ,
Container Corp. donated equipment -] CALL WRITE or VISIT -
4c ,
Music and song will be provided


+ JIMWALTEJACKSONVILLE bags by Paul George Mikelson.Ralph Beverly CarmichaeX Shea.. Frank and iI I i, also equipment to'controL, fire-lane to the keep area the and firesunder )I! Joe Peters Glass NEEDWe Co. I, GOODMAN'SSERVICE


The staff of WRGR hopes that The playground is a long-range, FOR ANY GLASS
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"Midday Melodies", will be well project and anyone interested inl Design Modern Store Fronts STATIONSeeber
Just Mail Us A Pattern for
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FLORIDA received throughout its listening j helping the JayCees is requested j jjto Table Tops D. GoodmanIf

3281 W. Beaver St. Call collect EV 7-1141, or area so that the program may I contact Jerome Johns or Ray 1313 NW. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2-1353

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[Con'lnued From Page 1] [ Page 1] Gun Shot Victim I :t"Jj<,"'..i' ." -:",_",,. '. ": ,. ." .,.' :< .. WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

crop in South Florida and also extensive Board of County Commissioners,' ,. : .
'damage to citrus. In Bradford Public Instruction, County offi 9 ; -".,;x-1. W9Ir cI.ASiFJD: 1UPLAT --------V_ $13 'rr ,.-a ....., ...."...
Councils and ot- I After shaking hands with his j; ".im PKH l\lll Mill .* WR ,D QRPR4TKn ONK OH HOHR TIKE*
city
dab City '
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County there are few crops to J. J' ,
be damaged at this time, and the facials; and c.tizens; groups to pass Wind stepson "lor the last time"I&aac .:. .$,"-..".' :.J '"*;':" I % I Wt HAVE a rw loan program tot '
in : B. Cailton. 76, went into -t farmers. Loan! o: 1 to 5 year
is deemed to be t > :
main effect here Will be to set the legislation that ":a', ..;- ,
ff _'. A'I for the entire credit require SINGER SEWING
his bedroom and fired 16-gauge -
ripening of the strawberry crop the public interest. i i a .,",-",,, "'.'- m"nlB nt th. farmer .nd hi* fa'U
iliotgun blast into his light tem I I ilv raln.! .'vll! }xiucM..n "', back by several weeks. :Most growers He states that a more detailed .., .
Association. (20 ;'iurtb ".111
The took at .
pIe. tragedy : place
regard this favorably' however, platform for the entire district ; < I'm' t Ualne-Mlle. Fla tfcfc Reprtr.'.entatlve uill be in Brad-
Carlto 's home on U. S. Highway I
as it keeps local terries from l hit will be as the campaign: # .
presented : ford Co. Mondays and Fridays.For .
:301; noith of Starke about 7:50p. : ; RADIOS REPAIRED
tOng the market in competitionwith develops. I I : All Hake At] M.4eaBable
m. Thursday, Jan. 21. i service( make
farther South. I '.-- Charge ..ar..'." on any
areas Andrews is a member and past '
County Judge T. A. Yawn held !MIKPHEHIJ-S RADIO & TVluitR machine write or eaU
of .
Although the'bitter winter ; Grrr Onfcrr
of the Starke that .
had out Iresident Rotary no inquest was necessary in 41: E. Call St. PbaB* WO 4-6801!
1958 14 freezing mornings view of the circumstances. He ', Markr, Pla.COI,0HI. SINGER SEWING
Club,' and a director and past -J
of the first 22 days in February, ; .
l said that Carlton had a history
there still was no unuroken stretch president of.the Staike-Bradford FLORIST! MACHINE CO.
of mental illness dating back to Only F.V T. D. Florist In Starke.
cf seven, consecutive freees such County Chamber of Commerce. He.11936 and had been under the ij ,. Flower! wired any place. Flowers 403 X. Marion St. or Phone 880

as the county has just experienced. is Shriner and Elk, and 'w fur all occasions locally. Phone .
a Mason. guardianship of a sister since that VO 4.1i91. 606 East Nona St. tfchg Lake _tit), Fla.
.
an Elder( in the First Presbyterian date. .1 .
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The cold of 1958 started earlier, I
Church. Now serving as Vice Gail ton's wife, Jessie Mae, told f FOR RE Furnished apartment FOR RENT
-4 unfurnished
being ushered in with an official I *. Reasonable rates. Near room
Commander, Northern Area of the Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish. I shopping renter Phone WO '.%011 apartment with large hall and priVate -

low of 22 degrees on Dec. 12 and American Legion. Andrews has that, she, her husband, and Rob- : I ...' .. '>. k1jV I Gr0 4-0771 evening or call at 213S. \U I 4.4JS4 dri'e11), an X. Lake St. Call
:13. From then Florida was be- 'i. : : tfrhe
on, also served as Post and District eit Anderson (her son by a previous -i Cherry St. Shell Oil Co. Office.)

fe'ged with one cold wave after mariagel were listening to __ ttchg FOR RENT OR SALE 3 bedroom
chair-
Commarder. He was general
unfurnished house at 380 X. Cherry
another and Feb- J.
through January the! radio in the living room of
Ft. Rent reasonable.
man of the Starke-Bradford HASTINGS FIord Green
I I MATTRESS
ruary. County Centennial Celebratlon in thtir home when Carlton got up ph)..(: WO S-2942. tfchg

A spectacular climax was' reached and went over to Anderson, saying & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
1957. I,
on Feb 13, 1958 when Floridians : : "I want to shake hands with 710 lImon St. I'alarka V
.
Andrews is married to the former SHOES
in North Central and West !I you for the last time." He then V
Sanders and Furniture Repaired -
Upholstered
Elizabeth Graham ,
Florida awoke .to find the groifnd I I.went into his bedroom.

covered with an inch or more of they have two sons. Mrs. Carlton said that she and & Refinished

snow. It was the heaviest snowfallin Robert heard her husband breaking St"'f'Iinror-:; I MATTRESSES'REBUILT\ REPAIRED
Florida since the New Prison concrete wall panels some weighing as New Innersprings
famous two- in 1958 was 22 degrees as compared open the shotgun, became
inch snow on Feb. 14, 1899. with last Sunday's official]I1 lightened at what he might do, much ail< 30 tons, go into the general lit'nhbullll'nK (left and Box Springs BY PHILLIP

The lowest official reading here 1& I I land: ran outside. After hearing the iKukground) at site of the new $20,000,000. State Prison. They Drop Us a Card or Call

V 'I gun fire, they ran to the home of WeD Under d Way are lifted into position J>y OS-ton.crane. PALATKA EA 5-9166 WHILE t; 'WAITor

a neighbor and called the sheriff'soffice. STARKE A\O 4-5831

SIRS. PEGGY SHALLER, Starke,
: Reddish said that Carlton was ,Construction of the'new 1200- "- AgeiitV One Day Service

found. slumped on his bed with t
mmate
I I the un beside him. Apparently maximum'security prisonn tfrhg
.
: ,Cdrlton had rested the butt of State Farm property in Brad- EVENING CLASSES_ Court Shoe RepairOpp.
for adults
All
the gun on the floor, placed hisfIght ford County is making good head- subjects Credit if wanted. Write
( Court House)
:1T. temple on the barrel, and way, according to C. D. Taylor WO DiMcior Box 1190. Starke or call
1-3U71:: or visit Adult Education -
.V pulled the trigger. superintendent for the general Office, L'SO Bldg. for addl- 126 N. Court StreetPKVTOX
I ..
__" '"" inn
( I Mrs. Carlton said her husband contractors, Thompson & Street tf'hg -- V

had been depressed for the past Construction Co. of Atlanta, Ga. TAIUli MAnn DRAPERIES: FLORIST

dulftlfADAPTA few days could not sleep, and The heating plant is 75 percent /lee K. labor. Mrs. Peggy Shaller, 209 JIB N." .'IIOIPo.OST.: .
Adkins St. phonic'YO 4-59J4 tfchg PIIONU MO 4-4155
;pent. the nights walking. the complete, the reservoir 90 percent, DISTIXCTHK FLOWERS
I
J FLAM floor. foundations for the four guard LAROC STORAGE SPACE For tYIj WIRE FLOWERS ANYWHERE
JMajroor i-t-m i-nil I) Uf) 4-S934 -
Carlton was a native of Brad- towers are complete and good' Itchg
HR4\ HIIGDi\ M'HSEHV IIOUB
: NV ford Cpunty ,and a veteran of progress on the geiferal service Seedling pecan trees for sale In tljod Care for you? rblld. Fair
World War I. building has been made Taylor large or small numbers.A. Kates. Licensed. I'hone WO 4.2031,

Someone sUit has to pay for groceries Besides his wife he,/,1s survived reported last weekend.He r1L !03; Temple. J..01'1'1.THOMAS. WO4-5701 1126 N. Thompson St V tfrhf.

when your paycheck stops... oy one daughter, Mrs. Margie said it is the largest pre- FOP SALE Sweet Potato seed. FOR SALE
Brosky of Starke; two sons IsaacJ. cast construction job in the state. All Jtols, Georgia Reds and Puerto Ready mix concrete, concrete block,
,
...and it's up to YOU! Gulf Life has many family. Carlton of Killbuck. Ohio and Thompson and Street have the jtira, I.uPlan Conner tfchg com-s Molar, nils fence, r/)tk posts steel, sand, oyster, cement shell,

protection plans with exclusive Adapt-A-Plan features Carl A. Carlton of Starke;' seven contract for construction of the FOR RENT Small furnished Liiterock and Roof Gravel. Phone

ty help you gA the job. Ask ,"'- r'ulf Life tepsons Mallie, Innnie, and J. first phase of the new prison faci- house without at children.313 Christian Phone St.WO. to couple Co.WO4-22I, Bradford Engineering tfcbg

> eztntative. C. Anderson, all) of Mimi; R. D. l.cics, which will provide maximum Mr<, E. J. nnwling 4-4621.ltchgIncome

Anderson, Texas; Herbert Ander- security faccilities for 1,200 in- FOR SALE Sweet Potatoes |2
per bu. at farm I & miles K. of 100
--- son. Raiford; Robert Anderson. mates. 0' # on Bayiess Highway Lucian Conner -
l Starke; and Guy Anderson, Law- Prison Supt. DeWitt- Sinclair Tax Service tfchf

GULF' tIFE INSURANCE COMPANY I tcy; ; two sisters, Mrs. Estelle Sapp said he is "happy with the pro- MON. THRU FRI. 7 PJI.

.Founded 1811 Home Office,Jacksonville, Florida Plant City, and Mrs. Cleo Cason. gress" of the job. "Rain held us I Saturday After 1 P.M.C .

Bowling Green. up for a while, but right now theoverall ", ': 'i\; -+, ,,. ". .0 E. HUTCHESON Call [Us For
Funeral services were held In : pictihe.is good"I V .. -" -:>' : i ,
: ., 521 Pratt Street
--
=i _jj __f- -i Jones Memorial chapel* at 11 a.;i Mr. Sinclair said the job Js ahead 13..11. 4H; f FIRE

m. Monday with P.< E. Shenehon of schedule, and that the AUTO

officiating. Burial was"In SantaFe contractor has 667 days in whichto *
FOP. RENT, 3 bedroom furnished HOME OWNER
SHOP Cemetery. complete the project. C. D. Taylor (right), superintendent for Thompson-Street Co., houf-t on Kingaley Lake. All year LIFE
Active pallbearers, were .members He saida total of nine convicts V round. Apply Sam Rosenberg
general contractors, checks" plan-* of. the prison layout with !".arlit- tfchg ALL LINES OF
of American Legion Post 56. I have escaped from the job. but

'that all have been re-captured. George Avery, erection foreman on the project. WAITRESS: WANTED Apply In PERSONAL AND

SHOP Stephens Family I v..._ fc'-irunt'person at B & (* Truck Stop tfchg Uest- I BUSINESS INSUR.

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Strong For Guard Judge Gooding i Legion ProgramTo !Missionary Will FOR .U\T ANCE

V Don't Buy Your New Car With 3 MembersTo Be Telecast ,Speak Sunday Five Room.\. house J. Thomas in Starke., RealtorTel H. C.

,Points To. Parent January 31stUnderscoring ]At Presbyterian WO4-5701/ %VALLAGENCY
i
CWQ John C. Stephens Sr. LADV willing to do days work or
I .
the First StopGO and family the Florida National i egular Will keep (children for
,
V on Responsibility the faith of the: Miss Elizabeth McNeill!, who "'or'\inK mothers or I iron. Call lola

Guard is a family affair. Threeof i.&tion's founding fathers, the :I left this country, ten years ago asa Littles for Information WO9-1674.:

the four male members of this Members of three Starke PTA American Legion's annual "For I missionary of the Presbyterian 2tp 1123 "Insurance Specialists"PHONE \

family[ are members .of Starke's groups,meeting here jointly Tues- God and Country" program will Church, will speak at the Sunday: FOR: SALE: 1S53 BSA Motorcycle\
Company C 748th Ordnance Bat- l'l"j.-Nelson E. Jones. Silver Lake WO 4-4801
ANYWHERE FOR A PRICE :Jsy.: Jan. 19, were told that the be telecast Jan. 31 from 10 to evening service in the First V Presbyterian phone Keystone 2621. Ztp 1/28

talion. tendency of parents to shirK responsibility 10:30: a. m. over CBS. i Church.
[ .] is FOR SALE On Alton Road 1-3
In order of rank, John Sr -
annual telecast will be Hiss McNeill ASPHU/T DRIVEWAYS
of training their child- This originally plannedto
lU! home 1 2-P'R home. Small down
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Warrant Officer TtRHK: \ PIIALT
Chief son PVJ\O CO.
BUT I a ren is one of the chief causes of seen under the ausp'ces of the do student work in Korea, but! li.tyment; balance like rent Also 2 213 s. rnrRRV BTRERTnv
Freddie Specialist 4th Class I lots. Call: WO9-1171.! :trhg 2/4
a
trouble in this area. The speakerwas I prize-winning public service program was prevented toy the Korean War.| PhONE \\'09:011t
and the son, John [Jr.l, I K* PIIO>B 04-liHKi:
younger I "
Judge Marion W. Gooding of 'Lamp Unto My Feet, She then went to work with the!

a private-2. the ,Duval County Juvenile Court, produced by the public Affairs division student\ center in Kobe, Japan. ;' ARE YOU GOING TO FOP SALE Red Clover Costal
FOR A BETTER DEAL SEE CWO Stephens has been a T.*>i'inudj and Pens3eola: Bahia hay.'
who was introduced by Judge T. of CBS. Her experience with student NEED
member of the Starke unit for !Vn".ar-oU I'.aliia grass seed. Chicken
A. Yawn, Bradford County Juve- Post 56 passed a resolution Christian programs began in, rfrUllzer spread on your land. J.
four years. He has a total of 14yeai assistance in the P..11 It", Kalfnrtl Rd 3tp 24
nile Court judge. Tuesday night urging its members Florida, her home state, wherefor preparation -
13 of which
s' service.
military Guard. The speaker said that parentsare to take an active1 pait in the "Back several years each spring she of your 1959 Income FulL ::.\1.1<: -- Farmall Super 'AIrauor
have been in the National
He: is very active in rifle and trying to shift too much of to God" program by attending taught a class at the Presbyterian Tax Return f* C llutcheson with equipment., 338 West Contact South.

Billy Dowling.Ac the responsibility of training their church regularly on Sunday, and i Student Center, Florida State ft. Ztp 1/28
pistol competition, having woi
children onto the shoulders of the urging others to do so. "At times University. She also served as di-! SEE
several honors, and has represented -
Florida at the Camp Perry teachers. He emphasized that in the past w* have attended one tector of Christian education at NEIL TUCKER Complete T-ee Service

church in a group, but we believe the First Presbyterian Church
sstches for the past seven years. parents should stay at home more Public Bookkeeper
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The Street From Setzer's"Don't SP-4 Stephens was the first to with their children, even if it thatour, attendance will be more Daytona Beach, for five years. Pruning Bracing Dft-Mo-

follow in his father's footsteps, mt-ans giving up some outside effective by each going to his own Dkring this time she was activein 120 S. Court, Starke tag Cavity( Work Tree Removal -

*o "u__ ._ __ _. __ __ -- -- having joined the Starke unit in activities that might be worth- church and working with his own youth woik in the Synod of Ph. WO 4.9854, WO 4-2545 Tran8planttnrSapp'a

,, __ ._ ___' -_ '" -",-_ -.u' .- ---S- July 1956. He Is a wrecker operator while. neighbors and friends," Post Com- ,Florida. Tree, Surgeons

-- in the Service Section. Training of the child should begin inander Seeber Goodman said. During her fuilough year, Miss JICKSOM BIILDING 81'PPLY PETE' BAPP, Owner

Settle Less Than Jim at birth. and not be Other business Tuesday night Hear Of Big DM* Part err
For A Toney" Third member of the family to neglected McNeill! has been living in Archer,\ "Bill,"* JarktoaIf STARKE PHONE WO 4-S965
until school is reached whenit hicluded preliminary for the
age plans
Is John who signed -
join the Guard her home town. We batru't g.t It HEBE. Tk yhdtept
JIM TONEY HOMES 1095 and with the same unit In June I ia often too late to change un- State:: Convention to be held in I She will return get It THEHE.

light truck desirable habits. He said: that Tampa, May 26-29 plans for trees to Japan in late March. Trw and Bird bulldlag supplies
1959, and serves as a of every dearrlptloi.
V up driver. many parents unwittingly make"and shrubbery in the trailer park, I fume !. and, look Broil ad Bad U

WE FINANCE FOR 10 YEARS CWO and Freddie are things hard for their children toy and other improvements. i ij I you don't I.e what fUll t BBt a.kBob
Stephens la, Ihe County Jadgr', Court OfJtmdfard Okamea t* get It fur yes "f:
See Our Model Home at Waldo, Florida both employed at the State Main- trying to give them every material j CaiiBtr. Florida. IBrrebale
12 Miles South of Starke on U. S. 301 tenance Shops, Camp .Blanding, thing they want without teaching Senator Carlton .n RE: Estate of John W. Wll- I WOMEN

xvhile John Jr. is a senior at them a compensating sense of re- lard, Deceased.
sponsibility. Names Sparks If you are in need and can
Bradford High School. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
There la I Ml persons having claims or de- work only a few hours a day-
no escaping the fact
mauds against the estate of John
County ManagerState servicing an AVON territory is
that the home is primarily responsible U1 Willard, deceased, are hereby
Ira W. Andreu for the .development of notified and required to file their jour answer. Writ.; Ouida C.
Senator Doyle E. Carlton claims in the office of the County Sweat P. O. Box 540 Live Oak,
the child's morale sense of values, I Judge Of Bradford County, Florida.
Funeral HeldIra and without phoper cooperation Jr. of Wauchula has announced ;I Iin the County Court Hou at Fla. _

fiom the home, the hands of Cie tile tppointment of S. E. Sparks I I I Starke months Florida from, within the date eight of calendar the FOR RENT TVailer house on H For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our

Wynn Andreu 79, a native teacher are tied. Judge Goodingsaid. !rot Starke as Bradford County fr.t!' publication of this notl.-e, or acre ground $15 per mo. Ruth Ros- Agent
the name will become void according 5i m I Box 123-A Starke. ItpAXXTOUS
I end lifelong resident of Bradford I manager of his campaign for I to law. This January 23, 1)60. 224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-8965

County, died Saturday in Panama Governor. First Publication to sell l'tf> Jefferson
I January 2*. 1SIO. OouLty Kennel Club Shares. $5.00
V I City where he had resided with !Methodist Church I Mr. Sparks said yesterday that j PATRICIA MARY I1TMAN P..r ,..har111 sell 1,000 and CliO ; FOR iM.k nEXT hOUSe In- Pinehaven-2 bedroom 'Concrete
or corner
his children recently due to fail plans for the Carlton Adm.niatratrix of the Estate of Ms only. Contact Alfred Foster, lot. Living room, kitchen dinette

No Money Down -- No Charge For Travel ing health. Schedule for week of Jan. 31: I tion here will be organiza-I John W.V.Willard.Knight. deceased.Ilollis Pb. WY 7-3313. Montlcfcllo, 4tp Fla., 2'lg' and tarport Phone WO -lft41 tfohff

Mr. Andreu s the son of the Sunday: Church School 9:45: the near future. In the meanwhile, Stat ice. Florida. FOR RENT- 2 bedroom furnlshfd

Anywhere In Florida -, Same ,Low Price !ate Lex and Caroline Andreu, a. nu Morning Worship. 11 a. m. t anyone interested in joining forces I Attorney for Administratrix.1128 4t 2/1S FOR.i.d cottage SALE, -corner Hoover E. Madison Apartments and Water house ,to St.adults. Apply at Jtch 309 2ll!N.

who were among the. early settlers Snack supper for MYF, 6 p. m. with the Carlton organization I I.. Church St. Contact Owner at *

:%7eU- 2 X8 for Floor We Furnish Material for of Starke. He was a retired farmer Youth Meetings, 6:30: p. m. Even- is invited to contact Mr. Sparks. US I-ut Uodge 5-1849 St.after, ,Palatka 6pm, cr 2tp phone 2/4 FOR RENT $mall furnished

Build. Wre Do Repair and a member of the Baptist ing Worship. 7:30 p. m. house., : .. 2 f JO Mocks from town. Prefer
You
Framing:, Not 2. X 6's to WANTED Driver for large 'onp per .mo. Ui N Tbomp-
Church. Monday. Circle 1 meets at son, phnnlo WO4-OS95 HP
:NOTICE! OF S\LK heavy duty truck. Apply PradfordEnju.tering I
We Use 2 X 6 for Ceiling Work and Finish ClarenceK. I 10 with Co. Phone W04-! %I.
Surviving are one son, a. m. Mrs. S. G. Den- Notice Is hereby given that pursuant Ct666 I It'hg WANTED Middleaged couple

Framing, Not 2 X 4's. Houses that Tire Started. Andreu, and two daughters mark. Mrs. H. H. Adams and Mrs.J. to a final decree of foreclosure % 34 I II I to lire in home with retired man.
entered in cause numbered 12- Rent free. Apply HI W. Call St
r Mrs. Cortez DeBerry and ,Mrs. E. Mosley as hostesses. .:i::: !n the Circuit Court of Bradford FOR RENT Small cottage at : Phoix- WO4-6S55. Itp
Gracit A. Sorenson, aU of Panama Tuesday Circle 2 meets at 3 ("onty, Florida, I will 1 .en the proP Ilfilhronn Spring. For SaleStringed .

Model Home and Office at Waldo, 12 Miles South of City; two sisters Mrs. Eunice Al- u. m. with Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Mrs. Florida<>-|>- situated, degeribed in Bradford a.: County, Quigley, Musical Phone WO4.2641 Instruments.or WO4lilll J. T.. h'-aier FOil SALE with- 55.MO BTlr Kerosene
fan. Leo Champion
Starke on Route 301. Call or write or come see JIM I v",rez, Jacksonville and Mrs. Ara Shellie Hall and Mrs. Daisy Per- Lot 7, Block 1, PiDf>haven. ac- I II ltehgHAY \W04-C94,: : E on old Blandmg Rd,

TONEY before you buy any home. Your business ap Moitt Starke; nine grandchildren, lyman as hostesses. I I 1'nrriiiur'14t Book to i plat. page therwif is. ,current recorded public In- w. c. T. a."GLASSES i; FOR N%LK IL! graded_road: to right. It'hr

preciated. Your credit is good at JIM TONEY'S. and one greatgrandchild.Funeral Wednesday Circle 3 meets at Florida.records of Bradford County, ,I I Call Very FRUOC attractive, Gainesville price. LOST Black leatherette walletin
services were held at the parsonage at 10 a. m. with downtown Starke. containingheckLook.
i at public sale, to the highest and I HAVE AN AMAZING i 4thg11 ,' ,
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OPEN 8:00 A.M. TILL 8:00 P.M. 2:30: p. m. Monday at ,the grave- Mrs. H. O. ,Boyette as hostess.I'| best bidder for cash, at the South I I keep ind. cards but and please moneyFinder re-
EFFECT ON A ,PEBSOVS USe! FOF. SALE < room house 3 bedrooms money
.
riCi.e-in Sapp Cemetery with Rev. Family Night Supper 6:15 p. m. I door of the Bradford County Courtboao I 1.. S. 101 north I miles out. turn checkbook and other valuable
Ray D. Forth Jim Toney HomesBox Stallings officiating. Arrangements Official Board meeting 7:30: ?. lt:0v: in Starke. bo Florida. between ION ESPECIALLY WHEN 1 1'11..1.0.7041, ItchK 24 papua and cards. Drop in Focicce
A M. and !: P M. on F"b-I THEY HAY BEEN FILLED; Box SO!. Starke. Itchy

Box: 196 Ph. 4307 368 Ph. 110 8-2781 were in charge Bf Souther-I m.Thursday in -(SEAL*.rtb) A. D. 1980. AMI E3IPTIED A NUMBER OF YUT1X LOVE tte new EaTP MALE age 21 to 45 with car Resident -
Prayer Group
Keystone Heights, Fla. Waldo Fla. l&nd Funeral Home of Panama 1 CHARLES A DARBY Clerk TIMES.* brook pone ize fooatafii pens to of State 1 yr. for local sale
I Fellowship Hall, 9:30: a. In. Chancel -I By Marian L Crosby iI'o-k
pastel fthade Only |S.' ) nt Bra* Coed starting salary 174 to
City. _.ai Choir rehearsal, 7:30 p. in. I I G. Fraak Codfrtr. Attorney NATIONAL VOICE. .I**. CaU Franklin .-.OJ7 between
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BRADFPRD COUNTY "TELEGRAPH t

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S KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA .o




STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1960
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Gregory; the husband and childien '-r Frost at 4301 TTYTmnrYTYYYYYYYYYYYTTl-
immediately.
I "YYYYYYYYYYYV9YY9YYYYy, son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and f">i Bradford County. } KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS I of Mrs. Cooper; the Cooper'shouse I''. The Board of Trustees will hold Mrs. Charles Mayo and of i roof of' ulolh'atlon of
I daughter, ,
Hi is notice the flotltious of
name
guest, Mrs. Flossie Coplen i its regular meeting on Feb. 1, at MELROSE FLORAHOMEAND i Curdy'from Orlando visited in Clarke Asphalt rating Company,

By Mary K. s cliaeffer \\140 is Mrs. Cooper's mother! ; and 7:30: p. m. GRANDIN Giandin last Sunday afternoon. :il:? S. l"ht'rt:5t. fetarke. Florida,
Mt Mr. wader which we are engaged inI
: Cooper's grandparents The Annual Silver Tea will beheld .

Interesting P. T. A. Meetin 6th 7th, 8th and 9th grades. I. and Mrs. Frank Deutsch. on March 10; so keep that 67 ,Joyce Rothhammer By Dane I leasint't's John A Torode. ;51J; X Walnut tSark'
I I I Births Of Interest date open for this lovely occasion. w..u. \OTICK TO DKKKNOIn : j Fla *;i owner and James L
Last Thursday evening, Jan. 21. Fourth and fifth-graders will receive aauaaaaaa aaa. ,
...i Andrews; 602) Alton Rd. s-tarke Fla
.LAA. ... '.
Alan Lindsay DuncanMr. St. William's Catholic Church .A. Circuit ( .ur... Bradford (
8I1BtT.1 *.
the P. T. A. met certificate awards for good owner
Keystone.Heights
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Klurida: In ('hawrrrl. ,
and Mrs. Carl Duncan F. Price and Dated this 1 itb daof January
Feb. the
9
are Tuesday
evening ,
foi their regular monthly meeting I scholarship as well. son, Lawrence Dale of I Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Grant Mr. Ca..* :\It., I2-VJT ]'. A D I960: at Starke Bradford
with Dr. J. W. Creighton as Mrs. Lew Muir reported on the happy over'the birth of their first :nc-n of the Holy Name Societywill pent the Marianna and Mrs. Carl Carnes and Mrs- Kmojtan, Hall Wainwright, Plaintiff 1'CountyFlorida
child a son born on Friday, Feo. meet in the Recreation Hall. weekend with Mrs. vs pan C. Wainwright Dej j tH4t 1' 4
guest speaker.. Dr. Creighton i i'\sork accomplished in the clinicto Price's Alma Clark of the Florahome Baptist ft-ndant !'
22. at 11:15 a. m., in j the Brad The Keystone Heights men are parents, Mr. and Mrs. Church attended XOTK'E TO Al'PEAH ,
She 196 the
spoke on the problems of tomorrow : date. reported that Grant. Fellowship -
Rothhammer. To: Dan I" Wain right, whose
ford County Hospital. The boy being hosts to the which
facing our children. The bud- ,children have made a total of group Mrs., E. R. 'Waller and Singing Service at Paran .-rsider.cand address is: 160-2 l
get was presented ,by Frank Har 745 visits to the clinic. 250 chil- bas l been named Alan Lindsay, includes the men from St. Edward's tcis, Rosamond daugh- Baptist Church at Grandin last Highland Avenue Jamaica 32, L. I. I 1 -
Waller and Mrs. X,
alter:: his two grandfathers. Mr. parish in Starke and the V. i
I I
dren have Saturday
been
thepioject through the evening.
ris. It was announced that I eye- Ellis Holumns of Coral You arc hereby notified that a i
i test. Ten of them Duncan' is a teacher in the Keystone men from St. Williams. Gables Mrs. Oscar G. Halverson fruit far dhorre has iv v
for the year will be improvement screening were scent: last returned rte been tiled
School and, the Athletic On Monday evening, Feb. 1, the ) weekend with Mrs. against you in the above named-
of the playgrounds and I l:'ei: erred to their parents and 5 of [ Florence Janes. to her home in Florahome ''.urt and i
coach. Alan weighed 7 lb. 15 ; Catholic Club will hold its cause and you are hereby
the hard-surfacing of a basketball i them obtained glasses furnished /? regular Mrs. Bedford Brown of recently from Pittsburgh Pa. required to t by parents. Volunteer workers oz. monthly covered-dish supperi George- where she visited her RUSUCT or pleading to the complaint.n
daughterand .. .
court.
II I toun Ky.. has been a guest of th Plaintiff Attorney. Mack S.
Linda Marilyn Ruffini hall. will start at i
hare taken 9 sick children home t : the Supper family.Mr. ..,. I
This year the P. T. A. will present ; Gen, and Mrs. R. P. Hollis. Kutch P. O. R 547, Starke. Flori-
scholarship awards in the I 25 children have been taken home The second child of Mr. and j I 6, and all members of the parish Duplicate and Mrs. Kenneth Clark Ja, and file the original in the of- j I
Mrs. John Ruffini was born on I and their friends invited. In- Bridge Cite of the Clerk of the Circuit
I are from I
fo Muir Bardin visited
by parents. Mrs. and her Mr. Clark'smother I
blowing categoriesAn award Winners of the Melrose "Vurt on or before the a day of
.
the best all-round boy and an a- committee members serve in the Saturday night, 11:45: p. m.. Jan. fofar as good eating goes these Duplicate Mrs Alma Clark here in .. tlruarr, 1960: otherwise the alle- i I
23. in the Alachua County General suppers have been a tremendous Bridge Club last week were, K..tions of said Complaint will betaken I
ward to the best all-round girl: capacity of "Girl-Friday" to Mr. 1st Miss Iva Hillyer and Mrs. Fiorahome last Thursday after- as confessed by you. f
an award for the best citizenship; I I Cherry, the principal. They answer Hospital in Gainesville. She success for there are many good Edith Larsen noon. This notice shall be publishedonce .
; 2nd Mrs. A. C.
7 IDS. 14 and has been tocks the and each lady :1'hi'et'k for i
bells for weighed oz. m. parish Mrs. Minnie four consecutive
telephones ring
,an English award, a History a-j I Rye from Palatkawas weeks I
Spires and Mrs. Dottie Scully; tied in the Bradford County Tele-
The Ruf- Coffee
r.amed Linda Marilyn. her masterpiece.
change of classes and act host- brings own a visitor in I
ward. a Science a award and an as for third, Mrs. Mary Cook and Grandin last sraph.Pated I
award for the best mathematician :!eses to visitors when Mr. Cherry fini's have another daughter.. rolls sugar cream dishes Miss Sallie weekend. this 3 day of January, 1S(50.CHARLES ( .
Mansfield, Mrs. Ray (;E.\I.-
: There will bean award for i is not in the office. They: even sew Shelley. silver: napkins rolls and butter Becker and Mrs: Louis Kyle 4th, The Grandin postmaster, Mrs. = A. DAKFT.Clerk I \ A1A1
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f9r the best all-round girl athlete ]I Ch buttons mend breeches etc. Tammy Dee Forsythe ire all furnished. All you must MJ'S. Alice Ketchum and Came Rye is ill in the Doctor's of the Circuit Court. I that the woy;
and the best all-round boy ath- Basketball News Mr': and Mrs. Donald Forsythe jring is your family and.your favorite Mrs.'Helen Hospital in Starke this week. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. ': household -
1/14 4tMITIF 314
I the parents of a daughter, dish be it caserole a pie Phelps. _._ I
are I
lete. Class valedictorian of the 8th i The Keystone Junior High PTA Mr. and Mrs. Robert Seiglerof (
I Tammy Dee. born on January 15., a cake. etc. Following the supper, things stoy
Glade will also receive an award. School Girls' Basketball 'Team The Melrose Parent-Teachers Palatka visited in Grandin on : : OF ITKTIOTO : 'I I
The above-mentioned awards will I(i played Starke in the Starke gmen at Doctor's Hospital in Starke. there will be a meeting of the Association will hold its Monday evening.: HRMvrr.K: FICTlTtors.tME I .. when you B
Wicker regular Notice Is hereby given that the
be for the boys and girls in the I II I Friday, Jan. 22. We won't Karen Ruth Catholic Club. monthly meeting Monday Feb. 1, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hodge and underbigned. under the provisions bet with.\. 'I
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wicker of Sunday of Key-
Last a group
I mention the score but we will say family of Callahan were guestsof if ('hapter 20.953.! Laws of Florida, -- .M.otinc
St. John's in the High School Auditorium at Acts of 1141, will register with the
Chapel Hill N. Care the proud stone people drove to
the Keystone girls did a fine job Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hutson
8 m. Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and
I I p. sharp.
.
cf defending themselves against parents of their first child a Manor:: 'Retreat and Youth Camp wscs in Grandin last Sunday.Mr. .
HEALTH FACTS : the Varsity girls in Starke. daughter born in Chapel Hill Memorial at Switzerland Fla. Father Dou- and Mrs. K. D. Mayo and if. f aaf

I Tomorrow. Jan. 29 the boys and Hospital on Jan.: 1. The gherty, who has the proprietorship leader Mrs. Robert Evans was program, HAIR OFFFOREVER .; __i'v _'"_ .;; "- ,
.girls will both play Orange Parkat child was named Karen Ruth and of the St. John's Manor among at the regular meeting of the first quatrer but faltered in
Ur. li F. l>ptt r ,New York surprised her parents by arriving hay other responsibilities, was the Woman's Society of Christian the second and the score tied
the gym in Green Cove Springs. was I! *t---,..- *'.i .. A ._.,.-_.-. '' i;."' 7*
states is around this Service in the Educational Building 14-14 at halftime. .
mother
In
fcpeciaiUt orthopedics These will be evening games. seven weeks early. Her there to'show visitors the third Unsightly

"After practicing medicine for 15 Come out and support your teams."oman's the former Donna Lou Pangborn, vast and beautiful estate that Mrs.January 13. quarter: however the Bulldogscame Excess Facial : A 1

years and spinal orthopedics for I Club To Hold DinnerOn and her grandparents are Mr. and afternoon. There were visitors Andrew Witherspoon' was up with 19 points while holding i '
Hair Removed;
astonished at the I Ms. Don Pangborn of Keystone from Starke too. Worship leader. Others taking Trenton to 9. H EATREGISTER
10 I am daily Thursday evening February
part Mrs.
were John Griner and
Little Karen Ruth tipped PersonalsMrs. Permanently.
Heights.
Larry Cooper and Calvin
O'-
benefits of Chiropractic as ar cure 4, the ladies of Keystone HeightsWoman's Mrs. W. H. Austin. c
II the scales at not quite 5 lbs at Flossie Coplen of Tippe- Steen had 15 points apiece for
for disease. I Club will hold a Ham birth. She is Pangborn's first canoe Ind.. is wintering at the Mrs. Robert Carr and Mrs. J. L. the 'Bulldogs. Herbert Brown :scored .
.
Owner at the club house from
Price Sr. were hostesses. Edmund 5.
\ I and Mrs. Kenneth :
svandchild. :home of Mr. 14 for Trenton.It .
I Countless thousands of satisfied 5:30: till 7 o'clock. They have a delicious Melose Tops Trenton 40-34 .r
Drive. Mrs.
Child Lakeview
Chiropractic patients also remind menu planned and good! Flanagan Ccoper on The Melrose was a different story for the I
Bulldogs
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Flanagann is Mrs. Cooper's mother. stretched Dwyer
us that Chiropractic restoresand cooks to carry it out. Mrs. i.. F. I, Coplen their victories to 11, for the Melrose girls who went down to
La Puente. Calif. have notified of the Cooper's' are sea-
Other guests
Defeat: 53-37. Dell
maintaias ,health after everything Crosby I is the general chairman, I Mis. Flanagan's parents,,Mr. andMrs. Mr. Cooper's grandparents Mr. scn Friday night when theylumped i Marie :Mikellcd Electrologist OIL COMPANY
!
and ,Mrs. Sara McDonald is in Trenton with 29 while Virginia
else has failed I I I Paul Harvey of the White and Mrs. Frank Deutsch from ( Trenton on the latter's Ford tallied 22 for Melrose. .
charge of the tickets. However I '
Feather Court, that they are once Churubusco, Ind., who are spending : borne court. 107 ". University Ave. Phone WO 4.4641
:you may purchase tickets from Friday night Melrose will host i
heel
To save time and suffering I ,, Gainesville FR 2.8039
any club member 'or just buy more grandparents and thiS timeit this month in Keystone Melrose jumped to a 10-3 lead in Bell. "" '.-"'",' I
your Chiropractor first. is little girl. theHan'ey's .
a _Ayjjejtoe Heights.
them at the door on'Feb. 4. : F --_
receivedto, 3t'm'iSthe' House guest of Rev. and Mrs.J. -= %
= ,
Consult the Surprise Party For Mrs. WarrenOn
little girl who was born on Jan- R. Smith is Mrs. Smith's mother .

Dr. H. G. Bollinger Wednesday evening. Jan. 20. [I uarSr 22, had not yet been named. Mrs. Eva Parham.Mrs. i
Mrs. Kenneth Cooper was hostess She is the Harvey's: 13th grand- Brian Nation of Montego

CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE at,a surprise party honoring Mrs. child. !lay Jamaica arrived on Friday let's Just "Naturally" Be Truth

Phone WO 4.2881 J. W, Warren on her 'birthday. Girl ScoutNews> j afternoon -to be on hand for the c
-. Party guests included Mrs. Warren I "d" Lindavtarilyn I __ w 'v JTV
426 N. Vfebrat $t. I This is the last'week for taking firth of her grandchild.
the guest of honor and her oiders for Girl Scout cookies. The RuffinL Mrs. Nation is irkT
Starke
three children; Mr.; and Mrs. scouts have to burn in their the: mother of Mrs. John Ruffini. I I About This Gas Business. ::

Thomas Elmore; Mrs. ThomasMarthaJean's "rookie kits" at their next meet She will be on hand to assist Mrs: ,

ing. The residents In the Keystone Ruffini for a while after she t7 .. .- -Y .

area have been generous in aiding turns; from the hospital. -,: <,... -
Conditorei Bake Shop .r. ;-
..1AD .. .. .
the girls in their cookie sale'drive Mr. and Mrs. Don Pangborn returned f< -

Open 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. Monday Thru Saturday this year. The cookies will arrive recently from Chapel Hill but .. < >
is good there is better
PIES AND CAKES OUR SPECIALTY in March and payment for each N. C. where they went to see theirlast gas no gas -

purchase is made at ,the time of grandchild Karen Ruth -
ALSO CATERING FOR PARTiESCall delivery. Wicker daughter of the former -:ALei's *.- .
than
4148 or 4154 ,. Keystone Heights Brownie; troop 229 will resume |.Donna Lou Pangbon. Mrs. Pang- SLADE GAS. ,'
their project in paper bag drama- born assisted her daughter in caring > I
'V
tics at the next meeting on Mon- for the infant when they returned : : f,. II I

rjay.: All girls are requested to from the hospital. '.

IN REAL ESTATE bring more their paper cookies bags sales and kits to also to Keystoners Manor who in Switzerland drove to Fla.St.John's ,. take a look at how "Natrral" will affect you, keeping in mind that J ,- :,' II

bring this meeting. Because of the cold on the St. John's River last Sun- all inside pipes as well as outside will have to be changed if you are going i-{.'}

3-Bed Room, Living Room, Kitchen and Garage, Large weather last week relay races Hay included Mrs. Herbert Nelson to get efficiency. Let's ask and answer some questions: ,:

Lot, Paved Road. Five Blocks to "Downtown. $11,500, and creative'"names" dances were uid her mother Mrs. Arthur Ryan. -

with $4,500 Down. played as a means of keeping Mrs. Everett Fox. Jimmy Fox, Q. Are you going,to save money by changing to natural? './.

warm. ..,., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Coneen and son "" ',
Lake Lots Some Bargpins for Cash. You can now CHURCH NEWS: Peter. St. John's Manor is a f.<.- A. Not if you are purchasing Slade Gas, for Slade plans to be competi. '

get Next Year's "Lost Opportunities." First Baptist Church: Catholic Retreat and Youth Camp. :. tive. I

Brand New Homes on Paved Streets. Low Down Pay- The yearly meeting of the SantaFe We are sorry to hear that Mrs.

ments. Lake Access. Near Golf Course. $9,000 to Association of Baptist Churches Paul Harvey has been UL She 1 ::; Q. If Slade can reduce his prices to meet natural, why hasn't he already ,

$15,500. F.H.A. Financing. met at the Keystone Heights must have "the ,bug" that has J_ "- done so? '.' /
for Musical rounds.Mr. '
First Baptist Church been making the ,
S. E. M KA Y REALTOR Festival on Sunday afternoon.Jan. and Mrs. >Robert Yaeger ofOala A. For the basic reason that no profit can be made at the quoted prices. 'i

24. at 2 p. m Quite a few were guests of the Joe Dau- .- This is also true of the City with natural. Hundreds of other Cities .
f
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Keystone Heights Phones 3071 2051 4151 choirs of various churches com- rers last Sunday. who have gone into the gas business started at a low price to get ,
of enteringthe Eight '
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peted for the privilege Ralph Murphy business then raised prices after they had the customers convert- ,,
:Melrose Phone Granite 5-2968 contest on a state-wide basis Ralph Murphy son of Mr. and .

in Ocala, on February 5 and, 6. Mrs. Howard Murphy of KeystoneClub ,led. t

We are happy to report that all Estates, celebrated his 8th .: :J ." '

the choirs and the girls' ensemblewon biithday with a party at his Q. .If the City cannot make a profit at the quoted prices, why are they .-

the right 'to appear in the home on Saturday Jan. 23. offering gas at these prices? frv
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7,
All entries birthday cake 'i< ,'
state-wide contest. Games prizes a "
from our church received A and A- and delicious refreshments were r-i....."'f! 1; ,' A. You will have to get this answer from the City, but if they follow, the : !

u tings.- enjoyedPrize winners were: Ste- : .- pattern (and I feel sure they will) of other cities, they will raise your ,

Among the many visitors at this vie Elmore. Gail Christoffers. price after they have secured your business. :;, ", ,

meeting was Mrs. Eva Parham. Freddy Bassett Johnny Warren. : '.t .
mother of the pastor wife. She Debbie Ridaught, and Cindy He- t' 1

is spending a Florida vacation therington. .
them at the Pastorium and Ladies who assisted Mrs. Murphy "
with GO SLOW\ GET THE FACTS
we hope her visit will be a long in caring for the guests were ; s .

one for she is a fine lady. Mrs. Bill Warren Mrs. Howard

About 300 people crowded the Muphy. Jr., and Mrs. Thomas '..- .
church to its capacity on Sunday Elmore. -

:afternoon and it was a most impressive CathoDe Chapel We welcome any inquiry you desire to make. Then if you feel -
William's
F ; meeting.of how Watch our for choirs announcements i. St. Keystone Heights you want to change, we will be glad to help you, in.any way weCan. '

w month. Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m. f '
next
fare at Ocala ''I
Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. m.
the cold weather there
Despite ,
Tuesday Mass at 8:00 a. m. II!

was all exceedingly the services good as well attendance as at Confessions before all Masses J II !
at
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In-
; marriages and
Sunday School structions Baptisms by appointmeaL SLADE GAS IS: < I I!

Community Church News: I:''";


.. psb\llf..1" to Teen-Agers the March-of-Dimes are looking dance forward being COMMUNITY KEYSTONE HEIGHTS CHURCH 1. FAR{ HOTTER< .PER SQUARE FOOT O. HAS A MORE EVEN PRESSURE II1I II1I1 .

held in the Educational Building Sunday School 9:45 a. m.; E.T. I .'if* :

"Ioai pi sct .;;. Saturday evening Jan. 30. superintendent. Morning .
Martin -
on ,
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t from 8 to 11 p. m. Disc Jockey, Worship 11 a. m. Dr. A. C. Holt : ': ...- : ; 3 IS NON-TOXIC rt ; "FI -"; Ii I

aWWIlIIOGREU EAPJD1Y1_ vACCOUNT, Ted Jones of Station WAPE, the I pastor. Mrs. James L. Hethering- ( '*r. "*:. .. -. .. --. .
Big Ape Station wjll serve as t ton. organist and choir director. ; ,1

\ Master of Ceremones. Admission I .
"-11.' --.... S HUla win be 40c per head and proceeds NOTICEDue ili il\\

will be turned over to this worthy to the recent death of my.usband. I

cause. Sam Jordan it has been

The Rev. Norman Townsend of I necessary that I sell our well

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK the N. E. Sunday School Association drilling equipment., My sincere SLADEGASNext Company ii1 ii1II !

will be the Guest Speakerat thanks for your fine past patronage i

Member F.D.I.C the Luncheon Meeting at the and I would appreciate our I ..w
continuing to patronize i .
Park-of-the-Palms on February ,customers:

A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community 1st. at 1 p. m- This 1s'the annual Ralph Mathews of Melrose II Door to Winn-Dixie Phone_ WO 4-3551. I ilil

:Keystone Heights, Fla. luncheon.of the Womenof;, the,Fia.. Phone GR 5-5101, who has !I I!

I Church. You will need reSfrtaI -'purchased; the equipment.Mrs. ... .. ::; ;. .. =!
I tions. so telephone Mrs. Alma Sam Jordan I



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r'TIIIiIiTTIT1TiTTTIiTif IBROOKER luncheon guests of Mr. and Mack of Mr. and Mrs E. W. Hodges Sr. Miss Rebecca Thomas of Jacksonville Crescent City where; they played

Howard' Starke. In the afternoon On Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. were the weekend guests of another game Saturday light

the group enjoyed a visit Carl Sievers and sons of Jacksonville Mis. Bob Thomas. While here ':The girls won the game with Bun- ea

with Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Tomlinson were the Hodges dinner they visited their f father; Bob, who nell setting a new record of 95 I roRD's4

Bj Barbara Sue DavisALAAAAAALAAAALAAAAAAAAAI in Green Cove Springs. guests. ic a patient in the Alachua Gen points. Unfortunately they lost i

John Davis visited Harvey Tan- Mrs. Louise Hicks of Jackson- eral Hospital'in Gainesville. their game to Crescent City,which J

ner in Starke Sunday afternoon.Mrs. ville was the Monday guest "of her Mr. and Mrs. Dewey stokes and wad\ the first one they l lost this ECONOMVtM. \ -

Mrs. S. M. Mott is home after Alvin Robertson has returned parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace sons of Jacksonville visited Mr. season.Mr : :

after several days in Gainesville home after several weeks Crews. In the afternoon they Stokes' mother Mrs. H. E.Stokes, and Mrs. Leon Harris and ,oj .

and doing fine. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. visited Mrs. Hazel Breedon in Sunday afternoon.Miss Mrs. Oscar Harris attended the ..,>. ,'
La-I Ruby .Stokes and Sgt. funeral services for J. CBell in ,
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wood Craig Pridemore in Pompand. crosse. '!. NfouIA .
I Mrs. L. L. Dyle spent several Charles Robertson were in Gainesville Jacksonville Monday. t ,.. FaFftFe
Wood, and friend Carolyn, of Mrs. Groover Thomas spent last FIa roRD is
Jacksonville, were the Sunday days in Jacksonville last week I weekend in Gainesville with Mr. shopping on Saturday We are very sorry to learn that o AkG a!AtiEE1
with her daughter, Mrs. W. H. afternoon. Mr. Waver.Griff is is ill and wish
Bill
luncheon guests of. the W. E. Big- I and Mrs. Genovar.
ham Jr. family Sorrells and little Deborah Sor- Sgt. Charles Robertson left him a speedy recovery. .
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas
George Davis accompanied a21'O'JP reils accompanied her grand- I were the Thursday luncheon Tuesday for Miami after several Mrs. F. B. Coleman and Mrs. 1UNON

of the Student Council mother home for the weekend. guests of Mr.and Mrs. Bill Geno- days with his, grandmother, Mrs. Vince Taylor were visitors in .
members of Bradford High to Mrs. Truman Dyle of Starke is var in Gainesville. H E. Stokes. Charles will visit his Jacksonville last Monday. i TMI 6tdtler

Tampa recently to a meeting concerning \Isiting Mr. and Mrs. L. L.. Dyle mother for a few days and then Jimmy ,Higdon and Violet Burned cAR .4 m6 41dAtDto
Miss Linda Sue Thomas the Cat!
the Foreign student exchange for a few days. Mrs. Dyle has was leave for one year's duty in Korea. : a former Maxville resident Alts fine Got
plan. been a patient in the Riverside weekend guest of Miss Kay Emerson Mr and Mrs. Chester Andrewsof were on,the Pepsi Cola Merit Award / aTOeaAUM f .

Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Mott of Hospital in Jacksonville. in Bland. New River were the Friday over WJXT TV last Monday

. Gainesville were the Saturday I Mr. and Mrs. E. W.' Hodges Jr. I Mrs. Bishop Thomas and children guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde I lughL .oulSx4In! ,er titM

luncheon guests of Mrs. S. M. I i nd children of Amercus. Ga.. and 'were the Sunday luncheon Cone.We i io Mr. and .Mrs. Oscar Wilkinsonand A1IKGwfi rt 6EtGS65 or F+Z Nrtwcel !

Mott :Miss Bobby Hodges, and friend, quests of her parents Mr andH. are sorry' to hear that Mrs.J. family visited Mrs. Grace

Mr. and Mrs. G- W. Davis ant' 1 Rodney Belcher of Jacksonville, H Lewis in Starke. C. Harrell is ill at home and Herrick in Jacksonville on Sunday .

ton John were the Sunday were the Sunday luncheon guests I Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Waters and wish her a speedy recovery. riiternoon.,,Mrs. Herrick has been r
..Mrs Larry Brown and son. ill again.
Johnnie of Gainesville- were the Mrs. Joe Lucas attended funeral

Sunday guests of,Mrs.Loca Waters. services for J. C. Bell in Jacksonville -

CDRROTOR John remained with his on Monday.We .
grandmother for a viSit. are very glad to learn that rQ r

Mrs. John Sylvester a Missionary Mis. .Ed Wilkinson is able to beat

: worker of Miami was the home again after spending a

TuarveI scans the skies Sunday luncheon guest of Mr. and few days in the Bradford County

Mrs. M. O. Harrell. Hospital

Mrs. A.,L. Green was in Gain- Glad that Ed Wilkinson is ableto

like radar to pull in better c&ville Monday on business.J. be out again after a recent ill- toAauCP
{ T. Parrant and-Bill Hinton

fix of Metaire. La., were the weekend ness.Mike Cannon and Eugene Wat- FAhsM6 loo!

c pictures on your ,set! guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. ton visited Earl Cannon on Sun- "'..11II f..CIIIIJCItI1....S.lk Ut4 0 hisUat.d 'haHow'd

Green. day,at the Baptist Hosptal in

.Mrs. Mary Green Mrs. H. P. Jacksonville.The ,

ROTATES A Gainey, Mrs. T. .W.. ;Markey and Maxville Civic Club will you like your savings? ,Y t' siy or big FAIRLANE 500.It's far more Ford, Costs up to
TOMATICALLY11r AIMS YOUR ANTENNA Mrs. Bessie Brown attended hold their next regular meetingon economy shag $142 leis than last year.*

rto track down the best r \ :: straight at the sending church services at Rock on Sun- Monday night February 1st. Want ofufsite savings? The Falcon's first At no extra cost you get many luxury-car

possible picture on every o 'f.l tower of the channel I day.Mrs. saving is its low price, up to SI 24 less than other features like rear Slat armrests, two sun visors;
1k tunneL: i you want. 'Bessie Brown and Mrs. YOU'LL LOVE tfce new FAteI' 6-passenger compact cars,* but that's not all. extra: ash tray, and color-keyed steering wheel;
Mary Green were visiting friends brook'panesize fo tab pens In You get up to 30 miles per gallon on regular gas; There's real built-for-people comfort inside. Up

M WONKI too un n noUBtt with auk or snowy picture aDd READ WHAT ACTUAL USERS SAY 7! and relatives Thursday in Worthington pastel shades. Only ,$S./ .I .t Bradrd Save up to 15% on insurance save on tires, to four inches more houlder room, plenty more

'"gbosta"ora to many channel L&e'mMt people,you're prob- Husdrtdi Uotnantft o/CDR Rotors ; Springs.Mr. C.ount1ef"P&pb. parts-everything. l leg room, hat room.
ably in a location where TV ilfntla come from tnaay direction are HOW in iu .4ad t* TV rtctptio : and Mrs. L. A. Davis and CARD THANKS Yes all this in a car that carries six big people Right now, we Ford Dealers are holding visiting
;!-iot Jut the one your antenna v'u let op to face areas juit Hit yours. son of Gainesville were the Mon- and all their luggage. hours for our Economy Twins. Come in and
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. J, The family of Roy L. Jordan For savings in the big economy size try our'tattd see how much our Economy Twin can save you!
WAT n Bt MOOT ITT M \e your antenna work S If times more" "MOK STATIONS. emu flCIUHJ. We have wish to express their gratitude to -
Davis. on a comparison; of mom r, jtggwttd moil' dfli red prictiWE ,
,42ldently! aDd bring la thVbeil pouible picture from lots of from and for their kindness -
: : any company far near, ana Rev. W. H. Eddie of Louise was eVEryone sympathy a
direction. What teed. the TV marvel that all FORD DEALERS INVITE YOU TO TWIN-TEST OUR ECONOMY TWINS r.o.vr,
; yon causes your they lay we get more stations and the Wednesday night dinner guestof and for the flowers received -
tntenn to CireU and Detect like Btdar-th CDS ROTOR. have a better picture than they do. The Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis. during their recent bereave- ,
tm AS OXE.TW .TUW Here'i all yon da to pan ia dearer GOB KOIOB can not be beat ment. .
aharper,tttoegtr.. pictnreit, -Mr..C.J.McC ....AntAo**,JConiM Mrs. P. B. Davis and Mrs. N. J. TERWILLEGAR
Davis were shopping in Starke on MOTORS
"STATIONS WE NEVER DREAMED OF GLUING comein : ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL
'1.'2\n Gaudy SJtytvitf Dirtetio Selector n CDS't beat. clean and clear.We never received real Friday.F. CHURCH, KEYSTONERev.
ftfld KttU'CMtrot CoUwl. B. and N.. J. Davis were [in
pleasure out of TV till 206 W.
the MADISON
we ST.
cot new
STARKE FLORIDASee
Gainesville Monday on business. M. H, Breyfogle, Vicar ,
1 Ktl* a* IJU teM "/ vwroo/'MtMU tttru ft fa a eon CDR10TOB.Curtu Cou.B,ftt *.IISOIIOUNOED .
7:30
Sunday- a. m. Holy Communion
Mrs. J. R.Davis and son. Ed- ,
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,9ttt. .MU KB yes ttt tfe ffat.r.,.{Mr.,r.tta. ''*r 60r. BT HIGH BOIlDINfiS. Even ward,of Gainesville were. the SUn- ; 9:30 a. m.. Sunday "FORD STARTIME" in living color Tuesdays on NBC-TV -.-
though my antenna is a very good one, I
,a Lilt U. afternoon'guests of Mr. and School; 9:30: a. m.. Morning Prayer -
tear flaps from Sdtetor. 4 your ofttimM ",0eould't get a true: sharp image. Since day -
[L Mtfeaty bdU f.pultio installing a CDS BOTOJt, my pictures are Mrs. N., J. Davis. and Sermon [Holy Communioneach
Miss'Lucretia. Combee of Jack-- first Sunday; 6:30: p. m.,
clearer
,sharper,steadier.My set behaves
., bat ItT So why settle for balf-way TVt Poll In all sonville home with ,her? Young' People meet.
likes brand new one, even though the f was par-
the channeU you set .U equipped to rtciive-wita a thrifty Mizelle 'Holy Days-7:30 a. m., Holy
nearestTVstation is over 45 miles away.M ." ents..Mr. and Mrs. Warren,, -
CDZ IOTOL Commulion.Ii'TYp'Cirenlt.
lvm A.Won.FUs t.Uick. for .the weekend. rI
Mr. and Mrs.'Zedra McCloud of

Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. W. -

NOW/ Start getting B. Mizelle, Sr. of Worthington Eighth JHdlrlal Court Clrrnlt.Of Florida!. BAKTFRIMtHAT BUT YoU IM ..gUT XOO' 'YVONY colnHOUtDER &
ROTO R And S ?OME REALWPEUQOUS
perfect TV Springs were the Saturday after- For Bradford County Im Chancerr. ARE Y woN T FIND l.OOKIN' FOR \ ) FOOD PROM
pictures noon guests of Mr. and Mrs. War- Robert X. Sellers)) Pia 1\1 tiff, -vs- DOD3& THEM THERE! ICE BOX
with 0- P' 1'" r.:1 ren Mizelle. Ida Lee Sellers NOTICE Defendant. I / COOKIES I City mh &
LJIACW AND nICTS UKI lalADU To Ida Lee
Sellers residence and
1/1/1/1lllUll/llll//i/ adtfresa! unknown.You OOKIN : t /2- Meat Market
are hereby notified that a ..
complaint for dlvoree has -
been ,
MAXVILLE filed against you, and you are re- i I ; =r'; NO "T
rtM$ .rnf. sYSeuptiaa' juired to nerve a copy of your An- r 'AM
SWHof
Pleading to the Complainton
the plaintiff's attorney A. J. 0 ,,, 0 ,
By Sirs. C. B. NolanAAAAAAAAAALAAIAAAAAAAAA Thomas Jr., 203-203 X. Temple pJ '
Goldwire Servicenter Radio & TV Avenue Starke. Florida and file the \.11/ .,. .
Shepherd original Answer or Pleading in the .
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Mrs Holland Brown entertained Court pn or before the 22 day of
February 1960. If fail to do' ,
226 W. CALL ST. 135 E. CALL ST. at the home of her mother, a Decree Pro Confesso you will be taken so

Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson, ,Sr. on against you for the relief demanded
I in the. complaint. FRESH FLA. 3.4 Ib AVERAGE
afternoon In honor of
Monday
Done and ordered at Starke
tar- her youngson on his birthday.Mr. Florida this 19 day of January, A.
: D. 1960. HENS -_ lb. 1Sc
and Mrs. P. B. Coleman and /SCharles A. Darby
sons B. F. and Donnie, had .as Clerk Circuit Court Pork SALE'
I'm'crazy about my their guests over the weekend, Mr. Bradford County Florida
Ry !ISI| Marion L Crosby
4 + and Mrs. Buddy Browning Mr. Deputy Clerk SMOKED ...........
and Mrs. Don Eichelson and children [isGeorge11.. Pierce '

x White Glove''kitchen and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pell- Starke Attorney, Florida For Plaintiff FRESH HAMS OR BACON 1HERSHEY'S 2Sc

um and children of Jacksonville.Earl f/2l 4t 211; ,

.-,- Cannon, son of Mr. and 'NOTICE TO' EFES D lb.
Mrs. Bootsie Cannon, returned !. Circuit Court* Bradford County. BACK .BONE 39C
Florida la -.
ChamrerjCamNo.
home Monday from the BaptistHospital 12-830
in Jacksonville where he I Henry Dombroski, Plaintiff vs.

had been a patient for several fendant.lIar .ret. Hollman Dombroski.,MIl De SUGAR 51bs. .4 C

days.We NOTICE TO ,APPEARTo PORK SIDE OR ,
,. : Margaret Holleman Dombroski -
_, extend our deepest sym-
.lx whose residence and address is: ( $5.00 Food Order)
pathy to the family of J. C. Bell., UNKNOWN.You .
Mr. Bell passed away last weekend are hereby notified that a SHOULDER lb. 29c
e suit .for divorce has 'bf'f'n' filed against OLEiIS
in the Lake City Veteran'sHospital. you In the above named Superior Ib. 1 Sc
t F, Funeral services were Court and cause and you are required -
II held in Jacksonville on Monday to serve a copy of' your answer .
-
or pleading to the complainton I
afternoon. the Plaintiffs' -Attorney MartinJ. \
.. ; Mr. and Mrs. .Lonnie Deese of Pearl. 102Jew Exchange Build NECK ,BONES A GOLDEN RIPE
TT ? ing. Jacksonville 2 Florida and file c
/ Middleburg spent last weekend' the original in the office of the
the guest of Miss Bonnie Padgett. Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before lb.
Vince Taylor and his friend, otherwise the 15 the day allegations of February, 1960 said: PORK TAILS BANANAS r 1 lOcNo.

Cteve Fulton of Norfolk Va. spent Complaint willbe taken as con-
i
t -S--- last weekend here with Mrs. Tay- fesed by you. '
This notice shall be publishedonce 'PIG FEET 1 IRISH 10 Lbs.
lor.and her parents. Mr.,and Mrs.F. each week! for four consecutive i
1 B. Coleman. Vince leaves on weeks in the. Bradford County Tele
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: Thursday duty with, the Jan.U.28 S., for Navy.overseas graph.1960.' Dated CHARLES this 13 'day A.'DARBY.of' January HOG i MAWS% LB POTATOES. r 39c

Friends here of Mr. and Mrs. Clerk of the Circuit Court .
Cole Combs, Jr. of Sanderson will By Marian L Crosby, Deputy Clerk.

a be interested to learn of the birth iEAIJ)

t.- home is its electric..kitchen..MedaDioar cf'their son David Brian, on January 1H! 4t 2/4 F.RVERBACKS lb. PUR IARD 34

The heart of a modern Florida' electric 19th. Mrs. Combs has been TO REGISTER NOTICE OF FICTITIOrR INTENTION NAME fOe I lie
have modern
children
Homes kitchens are push-button miracles. They teaching the Maxville Notice is hereby given that the
iecttie music for some time now. undersigned under the provisionsof lio.. .
; mealtime magic.
ranges for flamele s, cool/"white glove" clean Chapter' %0.953. Laws of Florida.
Mr. and.Mrs. Joe Padgett have Acts of 1941. will register with the
.
water heaters ae care-free dependable, and flametess for peace of mind moved back to MaxvUle after liv Bradford Circuit Court in and BLACK EYED PEAS
for County Florida,
upon
Eliminates"soot and offensive fumes. ing 'in 'Jacksonville for awhile: receipt of proof of publication of 303 f $
We are glad to have them back. this notice the fictitious name of

These and other "most wanted" major electric appliances are the maims 4 Miss Carolyn Strickland. Miss Are.Starke Starke.Motor Florida Court, under 729 Temple which PORK '& BEANS CANS 0- .

installed in Medallion Home.A Bonnie Padgett and Fred Pendar- we are are engaged in business.
of-all-work already .every Thomas-. and Helen Cook 739 FOR
t \fc visited In Jacksonville on Sunday Temple Ave., Starke, Florida, sole MIX 'EMUP

Medallion Home Award certifies to these basic requirements night. owners.Dated this 12 day'of January. :A. LIMA BEANS ,
'
e Mr. and Mrs..Ernest Sebastian D 1960 at Starke. Bradford County,
ELECTRIC FULL HOUSEPOWCR announce the arrival t of a 6 Ib., Florida. I
111& 4t 2/4 s
WATER HEATER 'CONVENIENCE gih'oz. baby son born on Monday. ,ENGLISH PEAS .j !
100.200 eerviee entrance virfof Jsn. 25, in the Jacksonville Naval
kitchen-laundry.
The heart of your amp. r- -
,
Matchless for speed cleanliness' cool with'enough circuit to assure full power Hospital.Mrs. i.
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ness and safety. to all your appliances. Also plenty 01 Bertha Padgett and family WILLIAMSJEWIIRY 1
convenient switches and outlets withte, visited in Baldwin Saturday with PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY ,THROUGH; JMXNDAY NIGHT ;;

MODERN easy reach. fLIGHTFORUVmO Mr. and Mrs. S. S.. Solomon Jr. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 A.M. (o-9 P11. :
ELECTRIC RANGE rJ1ame
and family.Mr. tr,
,snake-ties and"white glove Ample provision fix room and entrant: and Mrs. J. C- Nolan and r,
clean. Walla and curtains stay cleaner
WATCHES DIAMONDS
0 longer. lighting. Illumination tat safety,11p1 children of Jacksonville were pL11E
MORE comfort,and decorative beauty. visitors in Maxville on Monday REPAIRS

"REDDY SERVANTS" Loci for the MtdaUion-tie kaUmarit<+/ evening. ,AD Work Guaranteed

Every Medallion Home has four or more electrical: excellence.If*a whole XCMCO, *' Misses.Patty Parrish. ,Shirley ,A* C. Williams ; STOCK A COMPLETE LIKE OF CROIERIES
major electric appliance to make lif' opt for Better Living Electrically. &. Higginbotham.. Mary Kilgore 'and aY
142W. Can SU
housework lighter ftutUy ihould buy a home vithaet i i&. : :
brighter.. Becky Higdon played basketball ,
:Starke Fla.
the Baldwin team in Bunnell I
pith ,
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY last Friday night and spent the Formerly ,Roberts 'Jewelry d JE S

Helping Build Florida. ", night at Flagler Beach. They returned 1
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PAGE TEN BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKRE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1969
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I IYYTTTTTTTTTTTfTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Gwendolyn Marshall, Business I cons Union/of'Mt. Sinia Missionary f man and Mrs. Myrtle Adkins.Mr. which will be held at the church ''I' for a two weeks training cruise 'I flaw and daughter's home (Mr

NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED education for Mrs. M. J. Finley; Baptist Association. Rev. L. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish the first Sunday of March, which Fiist stop will be San Juan, Puerto and Mrs. James L. Suberl in

Charles Covington principal for 'W. Mosley is president. They will had as Sunday guests Mr. and I is: March 6th. More details about i i Rico then destination unknown.Mrs. Jacksonville was badly damagedby

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Mr. .Eddie Thompkins. Student have charge of services at the Mis. R. C. Cobb and. family of this will be given at a later date. Lois Cox's daughter, also a'I II. fire Monday of this week but

Government gave the seniors the church starting Thursday and Gainesville, and Mrs. J. M. Wiloon Pian now to come. student at the University, will arrive !are very thankful and happy to

opportunity to practice leadership, will continue' through Sunday of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Norman Ii I. home this Friday for her i report that no one was i injured in

By Ozora Shell ,the; one thing we need more of in night A. very rich program hasteen Mr} and Mrs. Leon Wilkerson :and sons. Charles and Mike, visit- ; mid-term vacation: returning to the fire. Pictures of the Su?er's

&&&&&&&& &&&&. &AAA.. .&.. AA&AAA Starke. Charles Covington, re- planned ,.for: the members Mrs. W. E. Lowery. and Mrs. Dot 'ed with Mr. Norman's parents, ':.scuool on February 5th. home was televised in the news

polling. Your editor observed the and visitors. Plan now to attend Reid visited Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Mr. and Mrs. Leon'Norman, in Miami I Sunday supper guests of the E. over Channel 12.
Carnation Club .
tion. school on that day' and found and enroll as member. The Junior Montgomery in Adel, Ga. over the for the weekend.Mr. I C. Johns were their son and and Mrs. Shir-
and Mr.
The Carnation Club held the Bradford Harvey,
County Hospital News
which will also be held at Reno Two of our Reno citizens have everything in excellent order. Nobody Choir,. under the direction of weekend. 1 and Mrs. E. C.' [Ernie] i daughter-in-law., Mr. and Mrs. ley Johnson, visited in Jackson-
complained about anythingbut Mrs. Ranell English, has made avery Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Johnson ; Johns and son. Warren, and[Clifford Johns, their daughter, vile
Theatre with Mrs. Jessie Belle spent several weeks in I Sunday.
the hospital the weather and the basketball fine start., Special commend- and family visited Mrs and Mrs.' grandson, Ronnie Kimbrell, were Wanda and their guests,. Mr. and
Tyson as hostess. Mrs. Minnie l with pneumonia and have I Well its time to bring our
I game was cancelled due to ations to Miss Flora Belle Hudson Gh W. Johnson in Madison this Sunday dinner guests of their'Mrs. Rigdon., all of Jacksonville.
Belle Wheeler will be hostess for received excellent care. On Mon- I!'I cold weather. We have had to do : for untiring service and help weekend. daughter, Mrs. Lois Henson, in Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Reddish of column to a close. May God bless

the first meeting in February day, Mrs. Ruth Williams was released -I this several times this season. in the youth departments of the Emory Duncan and family, of Jacksonville. (south Florida visited during the you and yours bye now.
which also be held at the Reno but Mrs. Ida Mae W. Smith Won't be church. She is active in the Jacksonville, and the V. I. Star-
we glad then we get a very .I!weekend with Mrs. Reddish's par-
Theatre at 7:30 All is still there. However I I Mr. and Mrs. M. L Beach of
she is
p. m. members ,
gymnasium!!! Sunday School and took a leading IiEgs helped Mrs. Duncan celebrate ;cuts Mr,1and Mrs. Frank Norman IIIWAY CHAPEL
are urged to attend. On last much: improved. Each one wishes I CHURCH NEWS part in all of the activities during ;her birthday at the home of her Jacksonville visited during the i and other relatives.
Sunday the cjjib made the first:to thank members of Allen Chapel weekend with their relatives, Mrs. ASSEMBLY OF GODD.
I Bethlehem Freewill'Baptist last year. She is a student at RJE. parents on Sunday.Mr. i Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs.
visit for 1960 to New Bethel Bap-I and New Bethel for flowers Church, Rev. L. McKay, pastor, arid outstanding in sewing and and Mrs. Eugene Prevatt, Carmichael: Mr. ,and Mrs. Free- ',i C. M. Burnett were their son and P. Burgess, Pastor
tist Church, Rev. A. B. ; donations and "recovering cards." man Crosby, Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
held services moral and spiritual foundation Misses Betty Olive, Virginia Shir- 9:45 m.
special on Sunday I family, :Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bur- Sunday School. : a.
Reddish and Keith.
pastor. Special thanks to Rev. George Lee starting with Sunday School which includes voluntary Bible ley and Genelle Prevatt Clifton son t nett Jr., and children of Jackson- Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Even-
We regret the recent fire at the and members of Antioch Baptist Please observe the followng sche- study. Ranell English, reporter.It's and Bobby Prevatt enjoyed a trip' Pearson Cox son of Mrs. Lois]vrie. gi-iistic; Service 7:30-p. m. Wednesday -
home of Mr .and Mrs. Everett Lee Church for donations, flowers and dule A to Gold Head Branch ). Cox, returned home Friday from 7:45p.
during the week: Monday Boy on Sunday. I Well it's time to bring our weekly prayer service,
Morris, Sr. There was a total loss cards, and expressions from other Mr. and Mrs. John Brown hadas I tie University at Gainesville for
12th and .
night, 7 p. m., Faithful Few Club On January Isaac I and Mrs. C. M. Burnett's son-in- m.
cl all the clothing, funiture and community goups in the city of meeting: Tuesday 7 p. m.* Choir Jewell Cummings became the guests during the weekend his mid-term vacation which will _. _-
property. They were able to save both races. We deeply appreciateevery of Rev. and Mrs. Chism of be spent with the U. S. Naval Reserve Men Clothing
rEhearsal who George
: Wednesday. 7 p. m. proud parents a son was 3 iiI
AIVABB7' CTABC
nil seven children, ranging in age little thing that was done Prayer meeting; Friday, 7 p. m., named Isaac, Junior. They have Moniac, Georgia, Mr. and Mrs. He flew to Charleston, 8.-C. fill 1!!! ALViKEaUAL 11,1 I,, .1
from 18 months to 14 years. On for each of us, especially your Prayer Band. Everyone is urged three daughters. Mrs. Beatrice Carl Peavy, Mrs. Gara Dorman Sunday where he will board a ship \ ;;; Established im

Monday, Feb. 1, a shower will be prayers for our speedy recovery. I to attend these activities and ser- Scott is the proud grandmother.At and Mrs. Ernest Peavy of Ocoee.

held at the home of Rev. and May God bless all of you. staff re- .lees every first and third Sun- this time the mother and son Mr.find Mrs. George Tyre and

Mrs. Alphonso Jenkins, Sr. for the porter. day. Mary McBride, reporter.Mt. are fine'and are at home in Pleasant family of Keystone Heights were
Morris family. Everyone in the Completes College Work Zion A. M. E. Church, Grove'' community to their here for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. p-

community is invited. If you can- Mrs. Savannah Coleman, sisterof Lawtey. Rev. H. A. Grimmage many friends. !I., B. Hague and family on Sun- Q

not attend. send something in Mrs. Ethel Young, has com- pastor, will hold Youth Day all Attend RecitalOn BUY THAT I IRCATV i

clothing or money to help this pleted her college requirements at day Sunday, Jan. 31, starting witn last Sunday, Mesdames An- day.Mr.. and Mrs. L. J. Taylor and

family, get back on their feet and Bethune Cookman College and Sunday School at 10 a. m. Mrs. nette B. 'Phillips and Essie Per- daughter, of Jacksonville, were '

begin housekeeping again. Mrs. will be awarded her B. S. degreeat Grimmage, supervisor of the youtn due went to Blichton, Fla. to wit- weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. xit'i

Wilhelmenia Brooks, president, the May Commencement which organizations of the church, has ness a recital presented by Ozora Jeff Prevatt and family. I

Mrs. Alma Jenkins, reporter.; will be held at Bethune-Cookman planned a wonderful program for Shell, soprano and dramatic read- Mrs. Tom Tatum of Palatka is i

Fiesta Club College1, Daytona Beach. Mrs. the entire day. At 11 a. m., An- .erat Pine-Grove Baptist Church. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

The Fiesta Club meeting was Coleman has earned a major in derson Junior High School Chorus Rev. E.. D. Robinson is pastor. A Eugene Pearson. I
NOW% and
held Saturday.'Jan. 23. at Water- Elementary after completing her will render music under the direction capacity audience was present.

oak School with William Holland, internship in the public school of Mrs. Z. P. Jennings. Mr, The guest singers included: A trio +m..rmmm.v.e

president, in charge. Mr. and Mrs. system in St. Augustine, Florida. C. C. Anderson is' principal. At 3 from Ebenezer' M. E. Church,

Clarence DeSue served as host and She is a native of Green Cove p. m., RJE Chorus, under the direction Zuber, Fla.and Youth Fellowship KEILBRONNBy l r

hostess. All offices were declared Springs. Congratulations are in of Mrs. W. Morris, will Chorus under the'directcion of -

vacant and the election was held. order for the very fine accomplishment. render music. "Mr. Eddie Thomn- A. B. Farmer with a soloist who Sirs. Harvey McCarthy __ -- RCA VICTOR

The following persons were electedto She is seeking employment kins, principal, will deliver the ad sang "I Love Life" by Manna Zuc- .
serve during 1960: Mrs. Ethel as a teacher. Y..Y..YYYY"YY"Y....'" 1 .
dress. During the evening worship ca. The program was sponsored ..
Student Government Day -"" :-.."'.
Young, president; Clarence DeSue, hour, music ,will be rendered by for the benefit of the new organ Howdy Neighbors. Well, Old
Jan. 20, the
On Wednesday
vice-president; Mrs. Ruth Edna the Junior Choir of the Allen and construction of the new Man Winter did return with "BRENT"
a
Holland, .corresponding secre- students of RJE had complete Chapel A. M. E. Church, Starke, church. A silver offering was taken and cold
bitter freezing ,
wave
tary; Mrs., Mae Dean, recording charge of the school. The principal under the direction of Mrs. N. L. by Mr.Chester Shell of Haw- didn't he? Personally, I'd have
secretary Mrs. Naomi DeSue, financial teachers, janitor'and other f
; will
Pullum. The Mt. Zion Choir thorne. The Starke visitors were
relieved of all du- been: very satisfied if he had detoured -
secretary; Harry Young, personnel were also sing during the evening pro- presented and indicated that they How about you?
The student faculty included:
treasurer. Committee appoint- ties. gram. The general public is invitedto enjoyed the trip and recital. Her Speaking of cold weather, some Reu--18995
ments have not been made by John L. Frazier, first grade for in' Atlanta
will be
attend all of the programs dur- next appearance of our folks have been ill with the t
resident Young. This will be doneat Mrs. M. J. Lee; Isabelle DeSue Memorial
ing the day. Mr. Linwood Craw- Ga. at Radclitte
flu and better.
I report feeling They
second for Mrs. A. Chandler -
the next meeting on Friday grade ford will also sing, guest for Presbyterian Church. Mrs. V. R.
as
..
ire L. C. Sapp and son, Richard, E .. TRADE
Walter Allen, 2 & 3rd gradesfor
Feb. 26-Also, all new applications ; the youth departments. Don't Taylor, sponsor and chairman of HIS/ MASTEl S YOICt- ,__ 30 00
and
Mrs. Tate Crosby. However, '-.. .
Mrs. A. G. Mofett Ira Hamilton UP TO -
for membership will be voted upon ; miss this musical extravaganza.Mrs. Trustee Board Mr. and Mrs. Wilmont Brown are --- .
at this time. We wish to express first grade for Mrs. B. J. Beatrice Scott, reporter. Thurston Elementary School
Still ill. remember to
May we pray
sincere appreciation to Wil- Lennon; Arthur Lee, third gradefor Church invited to attend
,Allen Chapel A.JVL E. You are cordially for our sick wherever they are. .
Mrs. Paul Minnie Han- ,
liam Holland, immediate past M. L. ; Rev. L. A. Sampson, pastor, will a pre-Valentine party at the Rev. Otis T. Jones rendered inspiring -
president, for the very fine program kErson fourth grade for Miss Mae have Sunday School at 10 a. m. :FChool on Tuesday evening, Feb. sermons Sunday as he has

that he.carried out with the Frances Jenkins; Nathaniel Rich- with Supt. Irene Thomas in 9, beginning at 7 o'clock. Therewill in past Sundays. Won't you ando L 159.95Take
ardson 5Jh & ,6th grades for Mrs.
club last year. We look forwardto charge. Members are urged to be many games and plenty of : our family visit with us and
his continued cooperation and M. J. White; Mattie Brymer, 6th visit the community churches dur- refreshments for sale. Mrs. S. C. hear the RCA VICTOR BRENT. Economy
our pastor preach gospel
for Mrs. S- D. Williams; table TV with RCA Victor's
help. Mrs. Pernella Cummings, grade priced
ing the morning and evening Price, teacher. and join in the congregational
Harold Wanton, fifth & sixth "Veri-thin" Front
new styling. tuning
reporter. worship hours.. All Junior Choir singing under the leadership of
grades for Mrs. E. W. Thompkins; .YYYTTYYYYYYYY.YTYYYY and sound, Fashion Finished Back,
members asked to meet at the
Party : are
Surprise Birthday Russell Redding, chorister. He is
third and fourth
Hudson,
Clifford church by 6 p. m. to go to Law- assisted by Mrs. R. L. Morgan with Tube Guard, Automatic Channel advantage of this wonderful *
Mrs Mary Lee Frazier was recently -
Jackson
grades for Mrs. D. B. ;
Transformer Powered
LAVTEY\ Equalizer,
tey with Mrs. N. L. Pullum di- .
Mis. Lamar Reddish at the piano
feted with a supper and arid fifth '
fourth
Cohen,
Kyler Chassis. finish. 156 in.
Iector, to sing in the Youth Pro- and in her absence, Miss Patricia Gray sq. pic offer NOW and SAVE!
surprise on her birthday at her grades for Mrs. M. E. Roberts; ture. Model 170-T-05
home on Highway 100.' She had Clarence Covington. seventh grade gram at Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church. Aj Mrs. Joyce T. FathaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaEa. Jones or Miss Faye Morgan of
All parents with cars are asked.
just returned from a fishing trip for Mrs. L. M. Royal; Ruby Tis- *. Jacksonville. Everyone thoroughly -
to out.and assist with trans-
come
) the singing
and enjoyed the celebration in dale, eighth grade for'Mr. J. D. enjoyed special
portation. Use your cars for the Ricky Roberts' of Tallahassee Sunday morning rendered by Mrs.
her socks. She received use-
many Greene; James Randolph, special
upbuilding of God's program. The spent last week with "his grand- Lamar Reddish and Mrs. Glen
ful and lovely gifts. Persons shar- education for Mrs. ,E. J. Givens; SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TVI
Missionary Society of Lake City parents.Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rob- Norman. They sang, "Mansionsover
ing in the covered dish supper included Eddie Lee Tyson, janitor for Rev.C. I
District will hold the first meet- .
: Mesdames Arata Williams, A. Crum; Joe Cephus Johnson, erts. His parents, Mr. and- Mrs. the Hilltop.. Glad to have

Truefy Allen, .Sarah Terrell, Lou- tenth grade for Mr. E. R. Shell; ing for the year'at Allen Chapel George Roberts, and sister came our visitors Sunday and we hope I
A. M. E. Church, Macclenny at 10a. Phone WO ,
for him on Sunday.Mr. I I. Starke Florida
Jza Brown Margaret DeSue, Jessie Clarence Tucker, ninth grade for you will return soon.
m. with President E. J. Givensin
and Mrs. Dave Putney and
Mae Sewell. Mother Murphy Mr. H. Taylor; Lois Mae Rose ten- charge. All missionary workersof. May we remind all of our read- .
Essie Perdue, Ozora Shell, Ger- ih grade for Miss I. Butler:; Grace family of Jacksonville were guestsof ... -
.the district are urged to attend. Mrs. Mamie Futch and Floyd ers about our annual Homecoming
.
trude Carter Messers Andrew Allen -
; DeSue. llth grade for Mrs. M. D. ,
Please bring a verbal or written
Sunday.
Willie Brown and her sons, Christian: Joseph Demps, 12th en
report about your local organiza- The PTA met in the school
which included Rev. George W. trade for Mrs. F. S. Pierce: Jessie
tions. E. J. Givens, reporter. cafeteria on'Tuesday evening
Lcepastor of Antioch Baptist with
Mae Hamilton, Home Economicsfor
Ebenezer Baptist Church the president, Mrs. R. E. Lee, pre-
Church.; All persons present reported Mrs. O. W. Dan
George; Han- Rev. E. D. Robinson, pastor, will riding. A skit, "the Brown fam-
a very delightful celebra- kerson music for Mrs. W. Morris; be host to the Ministers 'and DeaSUWANNEE ily." planned for Civil Defense, M
T rwillegar
was presented by Mrs. Eugefae otor5ree

I Pearson, Mrs. Mae Wells, Renee
I Moore and H. C. Harley under the

VALLEYDAIRIES direction of Miss Enza Blanchard,

cur Civil Defense Chairman. This

was followed by an interestingtalk

by the school principal. Mr.


:. I I James Carl patients Hilliard are L. Temple.We sorry.in and to Bradford. report Randy that County Harleyare Mr. f1t' f' Free



I Hospital. We pray that they will

have a speedy recovery.Mr. -
and Mrs W. F. Moore, Jr. 1= I I
CASH AND CARRY
of Hendersonville,,. N. C.were


Saturday Fred weekend Moore guests evening Sr.,of and they Mr.family.were and givena Mrs.On New 1960 Model Fords have been selling so fast that we are overstocked I


family together at the home of

DAIRY their brother-in-law: and sister, used Therefore going to give FREEa
on cars.
we are
STORE.NOW Mr.and Mrs. T. L. Casey..Mr and away
.
Mis. David Moore, Mrs. Grover

Highsmith. Miss Rachel Boyer, of 1960 LICENSE TAG foranv used the
Jacksonville: Mr. and Mrs. Drew car purchased during remainder -

Reddish of Starke; and Mrs. W.

OPEN ON HIGHWAY '301 NORTH E. Torode III- of Gainesville were

among Allen the Hart guests and daughters present. spent of January: I I


the weekend with .Mr. and _Mrs,

NEXT TO HERB'S DRIVE-IN, J. D. Hart in Bell. I

Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Thompsonof New and Used Cars to Select From!
-
Lake Butler, and Marvin Thompson .

MILK -. EGGS ICE CREAM BUTTER of Jacksonville,were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Ben-
3-Ford Station Wagons (1 Owner, Local Cars)

nett.Mr.. and Mrs. Walter Wilkison Ji'

ORANGE JUICE-. COTIAGE CHEESE-BREAD had as Sunday visitors. Mr. and

Mrs.Jacksonville.Mrs.Cecil Dobbs. and children, of 4 1I A-.Clean Used Pick-up Trucks


.- Mattie Carter and familyof .

Jacksonville were the weekend 1956 and 1957 Models Ready To Go
Moderate Prices- guests of Mr. and Mrs..Mack Tan- IQ-1955, ,

ner. Mrs. Carter and Mrs. Mary with Guarantee.Our .

Reddish were Saturday overnight

guests of Mrs. Lou Norman.
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Mary Wilkerson spent Sunday used cars are all locally used cars traded in on new 1960 model Ford cars
GRADE with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rowe in
"A"
GALLON Gainesville.Mr. and trucks. Come in today and buy one of these clean used cars and take advantage *
and Mrs. Ed Durban and
HOMOGENIZEDM -
sons had as weekend guests Mr. of our lower rates thru the local banks.TERWILLECAR -
and Mrs. O. J. Boyette of Valdosta .

and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond

Williams of Jacksonville.

Mr and Mrs,. ';R. E. Lee were
business visitors in Jacksonvilleon MOTORS
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Monday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. L P. Rafuse and

daughter, Joan attended servicesat
'. -- Elizabeth Baptist- Church '.inJacksonville Your Authorized Ford and A-l Used Car Dealer in Bradford County

- .." ,dh Sunday an ;wgre
r guests of Mr. andMrs., Carl Nor,