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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 4, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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argument wasjesumed. \
three more names to make a total of nine accused of assault : ..,
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The Carter car pulled :.,. <, ;
1 with intent to murder in a fantastic 1 gun battle at a north !I oft again and headed toward Law- ........

44 ,end service station here last Friday night. (i tey on the Kingsley Lake to Law- .

After quizzing! witnesses all day ._ I tey load.i a
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against: in at BoaUvright's house fol-
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.. .Mitchell Brown, 32, Lawtey City!'active participants in the fracas lowed closely by the Starke

t : :Marshal; j I gro p. Boatwright ran into his
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I y: Robert Browning, 18, Starke 12 guage automatic shotgun: a house, seemed a .22 rifle and fired

1" service station attendant,; 30-30 Winchester rifle; a .22 II several times, .one bullet hittingthe I
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Clifton Collms, 2 of .a..J. calibre; front of Prescott's car. The
pump rifle; a .22 calibre
Service Station Brown, Browning, and Collins Starke boys. then drove off.
manager irevolver; an axe, ana at least one j
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George Hersey rtands to show were taken into custody Wednes- heavy oil can. No one 'knows exactly The group in the Carter car BROWN SUSPENDED '

spot where Warren Boatwright day night. I how many shots were fired, ,then went to the home of Lawtey -

was felled in run fight last Friday ; f.,. 8:., Identical informations were filed 'but estimates range from six to Marshal; Mitchell Brown and told _

night against six previously arrestedand 'ia dozen. him what had happened. They :Mitchell: Brown, controversial Lautey marshal who recently
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,.... J vnder $15.000 bond each: ten set 9:30: .a.m. for wright, Mrs. Boatwright, themns

;, J ".' \'. ,--;"." '; ':',. "" 1, --.-..-< .. : ::."""t _. ..,.. Van Harold Prescott 20. arraignment of the Saturday.defendants.At mother, and James Owens ('hargt'tl -i suspended! lateedneMlay by Mayor C. R.

; "r' ; ;.,:, ,1 r Joe Crawford Warren Jr., 17. the same time he set bond for of Maxville, who stays at their Shuford. The action followed B ow'u'.y: arrest after an' Information

Arthur Patray, 21. all nine at $3,000 each. The first i I house, all riding in D. E. Boat- was filed by State Attorney T. E. Duncan Implicating

I Junior Cuter, 20. six arrested had previously been Wrights car. Brown a- one of the" principals. in last Friday's gun fight.

--.:----- ft't' William Vasco Forsyth Jr., 21. held under $15,000 bond. After reporting to Brown, the Brown is seen atone with one of the ntw0' Pass" signs Just
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:, : D. E. Boatwright, 32. By Wednesday night Brown two cars left for Staike. and erected at Lan t.-y.

j :., : : ; All except Carter (Macclenny) Patsy, Prescott, and Boatwright'' Brown followed in his car, accompanied .
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.r1t2 spine is Warren Boatwught, 28, the Kayo Service Station for Commission
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V j -- ; il of Lawtey, an inactive :Marine reservist east of Staike on SR 230 f [Continued' On Page 61 ;

recently released from act- under circumstances described as'confusing" '

Smashed. glass! In Carter's car was roused by tossed oil ive His condition is still described "
can.Photos duty.
Dent made by bullet is bY' Duncan and Assistant Ministers Protest Beer
lhown on front hood of Van -( by Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish: ). / as critical. If he lives he State Attorney Mack M. O. Barrel! Sunday SaleProperty

PreM-ott's car will likely be an invalid for life. Puteh ,after three days of grilling

ome 20 witnesses. j owners on Santa 'Fe mui.sterial: group requested mat

Parked at Midge's Place were Will Not Run I Lake who want three county- the Commission prohibit the sale

I three' cars: raned. streets closed in the area, :of all alcoholic beverages including

COUNTY One driven by Junior Carter of viil be told their proposal to trade beer from midnight Saturdayuntil

BRADFORD TELEGRAPH Macclenny. with Frederick D. In District 5 a t recreation site on Little Lake 7 a. m. Monday. The resolution

Newmans of Baldwin, Clifton Collins )Santa Fe in return for closing the was received 1, by the board

of Macclenny, and three girl ,...------. streets will be but
I incumbent mem- accepted if they not adopted as policy at this
companions 'passengers., ire filling to additional '
ber of the Board j s pay an meetings State law gives the
One car occupied *>y Warren 52,500: to be. used for filling the board authority to issue permit*
Official M E of County Com-
County Publication -- Established In 1879 Buatwright' and his wife. missioners, District5announced 1 property. for the sale of beer [loutside ', ol

.TY-ONE' One car driven by Van Prescott, County Attorney T. Frank municipalities! on' .Sunday.
VOLUME STARK
[ FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4. 1960 NUMBER THIRTY-ONE, with J. C. Warren, Bill Forsyth, :Landrum was instructed to notifynteiested The WCTU resolution opposing/
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m ._ and Bobby Browning as passengers i will not 'be ; property owners of the the Sunday 'Isale was gned'! /by
a can-I1 '
i 1 roard's decision following an inspection the chapter president, ltrs. Florence
Taxi iidate for reelection
Ordinance I. City Moves Hostilities on a former occasions s in the May ; of the proposed 150-foot Hippie. ....

i I between Carter and one of they! ite Monday afternoon C. A. Pardee. operator of -, the

boys Jn Prescott's car were primaries. Har-r The proposed trade White Top 'Drive-In "
.. reel. was sug- located 'in
'TowardCreating.Housing 1e'edth- Warren /and Forsyth a fell said he had t e-sted several jnpnthf' ago when Bj'aJiL s.Q&Qt.f..OP1'21
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-P-assednBy Council -.- Jff decidedal: un tot: ; the Commission between
.? saldao)19.ve'-approacbed) tbe ;post, in order to devote '
ter car: after challenging. the boysin t bee unused' streets"on' the east \lelrose.'rih-c9 tl 'th'at perhflf
full time to the of'
z P it; 'to fight. management -;iide of Santa Fe. The closing was Sunday beer sales} had 'asked the
Starke's new ordinance., regulating motion. Group After some arguing, the Carter the Brooker State Farmers Mar- riotously apposed by the Bradford !board in.J nuary for.a Permit..to

taxi 'companies 'and providing With no second forthcoming, rI'r and Boatwright cars pulled away ket, tine position to.which he was County Recreation Board on sell beer 'on'Sunday, '

for the licensing of drivers Chitty declared the motion dead Preparation of ordinance named several weeks ago. t he grounds that, the streets were The Commission told Pardee' to

Jumped its last hurdle at City and asked if there was a motion providing for the creation nn of a In ,announcing his decision Har- needed I for access to the lake by obtain a petition from residents
Council Tuesday night and passedby for adoption. rell issued the following statement not of Theressal
Housing Authority for Starke was Sen Johns Sees persons owning property there. : Precinct 6 ( and thata
a 4-1 vote. When another round of silence 7 approved by City Council at its : The[ board suggested closing the special referendum might be
1 Mayor W. T. Jackson said he was the only response to this inquiry "I take this opportunity to let s treets only if the interested prosily : acid on the Sunday sale issue Jf
meeting Tuesday night.
would sign the ordinance as soon : Chitty asked permission to k. I .... IJ. I Chairman Randal Chitty said the people of Bradford County 11 I owners would pjesent the it appeared' that a sufficient number -

as City Attorney A. J. Thomas take the floor and make the motion N. u. waInwrIght the ordinance was a necessary Speeding UpOfU.S.301'Work know that I will not, ask for reelection c ounty with another kite on the of citizens desired" -an electionto

Jr prepares a revised copy, Incorporating himself to the Board of County ike.. suitable for recreation pur- :be held. .. '
step for getting the city in positionto
a few last changes, With the motion finally made Seeks SecretaryOf qualify for federal funds fqr Commissioners from District 5 in :poses. Both of the protests received

and it will become effective 10 a roll call vote brought ayes from low cost housing. He said the the. May primary election:' During their Monday afternoon Monday will be given further con-

days:; from date of mayor's signa- Johns: l Hazen and Wiggins, and State PostN. Housing Authority would have the "I want to express my sincere II oar, the Commissioners also tn- sideration by the board if and

ture.Following ore nay from Doyle.As responsibility of working out the appreciation to the people of District 51]]pected the newly completed grad- when Pardee presents a petition.

the third and final a concession to taxi com : D, Wainwright, former Bradford type program needed in Starke State Senator Charley E. Johns 5 and Bradford. County forgiving e,d road to the Pumpkin Patch on Wayne Haines, representing

leading of the ordinance that has I' pany operators who had said the I County legislator and Mayorof and administering the program announced yesterday that the me the great honor and Santa Fe, which will make it Container Corporation, presenteda

parked lengthy arguments between !licensing of drivers might put Staike. made .a surprise entry after it ,was instituted. State Road Department had privilege of serving you for 20 I'possible to close a temporary road setter to the board stating that

Councilmen and taxi owners them out of business, Council altered into the race for Secretary of City Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr. agreed to install 2,600 feet of years as your County Commis-long 'the shore line which has Container would like to have the

: at two regular and one special I i the ordinance to give the State last week. He is the sixth was instructed to proceed with underdrain tile in an effort to sioner. During this time it has b etri a bone of contention in re- graded road closed leading to the

meeting, Councilman J, D. Doyle I mayor power to waive the licensing candidate to announce for the preparation of the ordinance.R. solve a water problem that has I been a real'pleasure to work with c,ent months because It crossed sink hole between Brooker: and

moved to table"the ,ordinance for I provisions and issue a temporary office being vacated by veteran S. Wasdin of the city utilities been holding up the completion :you and for you, and I shall never t tp>rivate property.At Graham. The corporation owns

"fUl ther study 3 drivers license. for not longer Secretary of State R. A. Gray at department reported that of u S. Highway 301 widening :forget that fine support and' cooperation the regular Commission all! the land on both sides of the

Doyle said he had been contacted than one week. the end of his present term. work crews of the contractor lay projept. I you have given me dur letting Monday morning communication :.oad( for Hi entire length. In re-

by eight persons concerning I The ordinance forbids anyoneto Wainwright, 59, has been livingin ing the natural gas lines were Johns said be\ conferred with j ing my service on the Board." were received from turn for having the road closed

the ordinance-three thought it I operate a cab for hire in Staike Palm Beach and Browaid: not making satisfactory replace- James A. Brewer SRD district "I v-'Duld like to say to' those tl he Starke Ministerial Association and the property deeded to Container -).
would be a good thing and five unless he has complied with certain a nd the local WCTU Chapter the letter proposed that
i Counties! for the past ten years, ments where they were cutting engineer, and was told it was impossible 1 who may ask to be elected to the op-
opposed it, he declared. I requirements, including four p rsing any sale of beer,on Sunday the corporation would permit the
and resigned as an' Inspector with through sewer lines: He said he to put down the limerock I office[ I am vacating that I will
Councilman Ruby Johns remarked -i witnesses to vouch for his sobriety Bradford In resolution to mine limerock de-
County. -
a Bounty
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base not take in campaign
the of to stretch inside part
Department Agriculture had inspected several cutthroughsthat on a of the road I anyone's -
that it would be honesty and general good presented to the, board, the [Continued On Page 61]
impoBSi-1 nuke the campaign. He served in day and had required the the north city limits because ] for this office, or anyone'scampaign .
ble to write an character doctor's certificate
; a the House of Representativesfrom workers to re-do several that were of excess water in the g 'ound. I for any other office." -
would please everyone and added staling that applicant does no'ha'e ,.
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I Bradford County in 1945- patched: in a manner that would This area has a strata of clay in At' the time of Harrell's an- .-., .
"I don't see how we can make an disease that might make
any 47, and was Mayor of Starke allow: dirt to get into the sewer the subsoil that holds moisture and nouncement on :Monday, no one '
ordinance for just one side. iim unsafe unsatisfactory dri- -
or daring. Camp Blanc ing days. lines in a short while. causes the ground to become bad announced to run against him. .' ,
Councilman Orie Wiggins ob- ver; and an inspection of his police .
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In addition to these offices, Wasdin said it was a serious mushy in periods of abnormal -
rcrved that the main objection of educational
record 'lit( any], '
I Wainwright served as. Bradford situation and would require someone rainfall. ''i. .;.
taxi owners was in regard to the t and in Zedra HamiltonSeeks
background: experience
County president of the Young to the ,..,
the
: from city stay on Johns said the Road Department : .
licensing; of drivers, but declared of ,
the transportation
that this was the very thing the I When -all requirements passengers.have Democratic Clubs of Florida; as job inspecting these cutthroughsto would pay for 2,600 feet of tile Dist. 5Commission ',: ;:"
: CTnir.under: of American Legion see 'that they were properly underdrain which would turn the I
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city needed for protection. I been met the mayor then ap- Post 56 a member .of the Select- He said supervision- t : .
; repaired. : .j
Chairman 'Randal' Chitty declared or rejects the application.If excess water away from the road- j .. "j; ;
proves '
I ive Service Board, and as Bradford difficult because the gas line crew bed. The cost of this will be $3.50 1 PostZ. : 'v:'

that the advantages of the I rejected, applicant may request County Red Cross fund drive might be working in several loca- per foot, or a total additional'cost ,f'-- ;:'if.

proposed ordinance far outweighed I a personal appearance before chairman. Before moving to '.l:>ns at the same time. cf $9,100 which will 'be paid for W. Hamilton Brooker farmer r -

any disadvantages, and asked I Council to offer evidence, for re- South Florida he'was, In the real Council members felt that this by state and federal funds. t and cattleman, announced yesterday .
coiisideration. The
It there was a second to Doyle's revoke mayor licenses may for estate and insurance business inStarke. was the responsibility of the supervising Senator Johns said that Wall : his candidacy for County 'up .
also suspend or ,
His.father N. D. Wainwright -
,
: engineers employed by the contractor, agreed to put in I Commissioner from District 5.
just cause. and grandfather served In _
notified Clerk Merrill
the city and a sufficient number of crews to Born Feb. 15, 1906 in Bradford,
In addition to tightened restrictions i. the Legislature before him. Edwards to advise them of as s
ATTEND complete the work promptly j County, Mr. Hamilton later,moved
on drivers, the ordin- Now resident of Hollywood their
a the ,situation and request
soon ,as the underdrain tile is inj j to Manatee County where he was]
ance provides that persons wanting Florida.. Wainwright and his
SOPHOMORE assistance.,.
stalled.In; i in the trucking business until returning i
to start a new taxi company wife Mary Leer are members'of Requests for sewer and'water
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another matter related to I to Bradford 16 years ago.
PAJAMA in Starke must first obtain a cer- the Broward County Democratic extensions to new areas were put
road work Sen. Johns said that :Since that time he has been activein
.. t icate of public convenience and Executive Committee. Mr. Wainwright off with the standard reply that ,
i .and cattle raising on
the Road Department has agreedto farming
BASKETBALL necessity from, the Council. Whe- serving as chairman of the city djd not have funds in
extend the installation of sidewalks I his! farm at Brooker.Mr. .
ther or not the new service is required the County Legislative Committee the present budget for expansion f
on the west side of 301 in Hamilton has been active ink I
by public convenience and and his wife as chairman ,of of these facilities. 1
GAMES to the limits at the i all farming and cattle programsin
Lawtey city ,
necessity Is determined by Coun the Educational Committee. Theyare Chairman Chitty held out a
i North and south ends of town. j this part of the state, having I Donald Falcon, winner of th>e foul shooting contest' b pie-
ell at a public hearing. both instructors for the Pre- faint 'glimmer of hope to applicants -
Friday Night This was done at the ,request of I eerved The ordinance also prohibits : cKct Leadership. Training Cour- however by stating that a
'. BUS Gym diivers from soliciting passengers I ses for the National and State study ,is underway at. the present the Lawtey City Council when it j Association. Farm Bureau -' Jimmy Douglas nmnervup, loofienner k on. Recreation director Bob
is
and Soil Conservation. He
except while sitting in the dri- : Democratic Executive Committee time with a view toward expediting was found that the project originally J Is at right. "I. _
provided for sidewalk on the j at present a director and area vice
ver's compartment of their cab! Wainwright was educated at expansion in the future.
north side to terminate at the ]president of the Soil Conservation, : place went to Kenny Bagwell,
or while standing immediately adjacent Tampa Business College and the The present requests would require I oul Shooting
r Like- cf Florida. He is a school house. a member of the County Forestry \second place to Marvin Moody,
Space Contributed to the curb thereof. University around 1,000 feet of pipe in
This Johns said that Brewer also I Committee and a director of he and third place to Leroy Griffis.
wise forbidden is the oral solicitation veteran of both World Wars. the area back of Kayo Service ontest HeldA
I to, have State Road 230 I c Cattlemen's Association. Jack Gaskins tied for third
Weekly to Publicize by drivers at the terminal Other candidates who have announced Station-north of, town and in the agreed place,
(New Blinding Highway) resur- In fraternal activities he is a but Griffis won in the shootoff.In .
cf any other common carrier. Neither for the Secretary post Blake Jackson residence area in
Community Events by shall a driver solicit businessfor are: State Senator Tom Adams southeast. Starke. Road ForemanS. faced from the Clay County line ]Past Master of Pine Hill Masonic Foul Shooting Contest was Class B [5.6 grade Donald

any hotel, or attempt to divert of Orange Park;' former State R. Hicks estimated that the west to Starke when, the asphalt ]Lodge, and is at present District held: on Wednesday Jan. 26, at Falcon took first place, with Jimmy -
Master
patronage from one hotel to another -, Tag Commissioner Eugene Fisher pipe would cost around$3,000. machine comes in to put the hard ]Deputy Grand of the 8th the! tennis courts under the sponsorship Meyar taking second and Jim

THE COMMUNITY ; nor shall he sell intoxicating I of Tallahassee' ;' former State Jackson said h<<. believed many top on the new 301 lane. Masonic District. of the Recreation De- mv Douglas third. Dale Crosby

I(I Merit System .director Angus applicants for sewer and water The Senator said he was also Mr. Edwards is a member the tied for third place, but Douglas
liquor solicit business for
STATE BANK or i Laird: ; Joe Crowder, city manager would be willing to pay a sub- assured that the resurfacing of :New River Baptist Church and is artment. Awards were given for w on the shoot-off.

any house of ill repute. !1I I of Stuart; and Edward stantial amount on cost of neees- Highway 16 from Starke to Rai-I married to the 'former Elma Ed- fj into second and third place [In Donald Falcon was high scorer

OF STARKE Companies must maintain &t j;jHomsby, Tallahassee -printing' iaiy piping since they would haye ford would be included in the de1 wards. They have two sons Tome;ach class. for both classes with 16 put ol 20

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PAGE FW0, BRADFORD.COC1..ry..TELEGRAPH, STARKEFLORIDA THURSDAY. FEBRUARY:4,! ;
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+ '''' '.TH '.1. Mrs. Mae Jones of Jacksonvillewas : Mrs. W. G. Struth and Mrs. &AAA& &&aa&a..a. '
Clerk of Circuit Court of Frad-
Church League Brooker Election I
--t i visiting her sister. Mrs. \V. E. Arn Stanude of Jacksonville were ford County, Florida.
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tI I Middleton, on Wednesday.Mr. Monday visitors of Miss Kate. MAXVJLLE BasketballFirst Set For Tuesday 2,4 4t :/%.

and Mrs.'Pt. B. Alvarez returned Struth. In County Judge'. Court In dad Fer

I 'to their home in Delray Mrs. C. M. Fowler of Winter Presbyterian won their ,,All incumbents are unopposed in Bradford Coi .tjKlorida ,
tI By lira, C. B. Nolan in re: Estate of XICK'IZIRO-
i Beach on Tuesday after two weeks Park, Mr. and Mrs. R. L.: C. first game of the seasQn over 'their bids' for re-election: in the 1'1 i os, deceased.

visit with her sisters, Mr. M. H. Thomas of Wildwood. and Mrs. t .&& 4.4&&&. &&&&&&& First Christian last Thursday ,Brooker city election to be held NOTICE TO CREDITORS
:? ..... i v creditors of tlkf'l't te of
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IN Th NEWS I Lang and Mrs Paul Raymond, Earl P. Fountain of Biloxi Miss Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson night 4441. Glenn Reddish was Tuesday Feb. 9. XICK I Viziropulos: deceased are

and families. spent the weekend with their !the high man for the Presbyterians Names that will appear on the Hereby ratified and required to file '
j slid daughter Cheryl attended the
_....,_....._..,........_._.... Sen. Charley E. Johns has been I mother. Mrs. R. A. Thomas whois wedding reception in Jacksonville I! hitting for 23 points while :ballot are: acy mar claims hare against or demands eaid estate which In they the

confined to home the past week. ill. Mrs. Fountain remained with i Charles Torode followed with 9.Curtis f For Mayor Malcolm O. Harrell; office of the County Judge of Brad-
Mike Chitty of the Jessie Ball! Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner I I. .ast; Saturday afternoon for Mr and Hobbs .Florida In the courthouse
McGee
with blood in his her mother. Jimmy for clerk, Clarissa E. Davis; for front County
DuPont school, in Jacksonville were visiting Mr and Mrs. Robert poisoning ann.I I and Mrs. Frank Schmidt. I t at Starke, "Florida within
I ;Mrs. Elizabeth Seymour and Linda Robert. and ,Randy Ste- leu the losing cause with 15 and ]marshtl, Victor Jones; for Council fight calendar months from the
with his Faulkner in Jacksonville last Friday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Waldronof
spends the weekends of this
Gainesvilleill' H first
fanelli respectively.
of points publication
Mrs. Sarah Lawson attended the spend (two to be elected for two- date wf the
Mrs. J. L.Chitty .' Citra. Fla. visited with Mr. and I notice.. Each claim or demand must
and evening.
parents; Mr. I Hoffman's Schooley Beauty showat I the weekend with their grandparents. In the second game the league year terms), A. L. Green and G. and must state the
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Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson and family : ;in writing
and family. I }Ir. and Mrs. Lee Fitch Mrs j the Roosevelt Hotel in Jacksonville Ma. and Mre. Henry Stefan- leading Methodist team beat E. ,Green. placf or Tesidem and postoffice
Mary McDermott and Mrs. J. C. elh. last Friday i Madison Street Baptist, 32-29. address of the claimant and must

Fogg visited Mrs. Flo' Lyons in on. H.Sunday.Mrs. H. .Joiner' of Winter Judge and Mrs. E. ,K. Perryman Hoilman Mrs. Nettie nti.Mrs.Padgett-. Mrs. Rub Hoil- I r Baptist jumped off to a lead, but NOTICE APPLICATION TAX DEED FOR agent be sworn, or to hill' by attorney the claimant or It willnerom his
Shirley
Jacksonville on Monday.. returned last Thursday from atf'11 couldn't hold, it, as Methodist put I void according to law.
Garden spent last week with her of "'er. 184.16 F. S.
man Middleburg visited Mrs. 27, 16J
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Futch and II I January
and went
defense onto
day visit with Mrs. C. F. Say- up a tight
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Nicholas Mantis Adrn.ililltratof)
Mrs. and last .
daughter W. S. Haas, Daisy Padgett Thursday.We I
I t family of Tallahassee were visitingMr. les in Miami. win. Hugh Ingram and Dwight that Hollis V. Knight the holderof of the estate of Nick VUiropalos.it ,

FloridaTheatre and Mrs. C. A. Futch and family. No. 1 Rosebushes Rosebushes wish to 'express our deep- I ElJer led the winners with 10 the following certificates IMSfilrd ( ceased.T .
Mrs. E. E. Cellon of Gainesvilleand r&t. heartfelt sympathy to the said certificates for a tax C>. Fox J23; Brooksville Florida
i family on Sunday. Rosebushes at Sisirnnts. I I and 8 points each while Edgar ueid to be issued thereon. The terti- First publication on February 4th
Mrs. E. Horton of Lakelandwere of Mrs. Eliza
family Ann Harris
I Replace your old sewing ma Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Warren. Akridge hit for 12 and Walt,Flick kate numbers and years of is.-u- IS60
Tuesday guests of Mrs. v.ho passed away at her home aim<, the description of th.pro- 214 4t 2155In :
chine belt with a new Singer Belt I and sons of Glenville Ga. were and Stanley Clark each hit 7 for perty. and the 'names in which it
Annie here '
Hollingsworth.Mr. on Monday afternoon.Mrs.
-
from Denmark Furniture Co. tf visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.J. the Baptist team. was assessed are as follows:
and Mrs. Don Smith of San Oscar Wilkinson and Mrs. Certificate No. :0:: ;.Yt'oIir of Issuance The Circuit Court Of The ElaYth
Mrs. John W. Griffin of Ochloc- S. Sapp over the weekend. Mrs. The schedule for the next two 1937. Judicial Circuit Of Florida IB

knee, Ga., spent the past week Diego Calif. spent the weekend. Pete Reyes and children of Jack- Gilbert Brown' were business visit- weeks is as follows: Thursday I Inscription cf Property Com. at And For Bradford CtHIBtyt U
with his parents Mr. and Mrs. ors in Jacksonville Monday. 5v-t'or of XW> of SEA! & run E t'LaanryCommunity
4
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. sonville were visiting the Sapp Feb. 4, Methodist vs Christian at _' State Bank Of Starke
L. S. Smith. Bob Bales and Alvin Padgett I : t Ft., X Iii! ft. for a FOB run
F. Stump. family on Saturday. I7 p. m. and Presbyterian vs Baptist I N H9! ft. to E side of ltd IS. Sly along Plaintiff, v!. I. V. Luke. Defendant.
SAT. FEB. 6' Miss Frances Landrum was have returned from a visit ,in lid Hi; ft., E 8* Ft. to rOB NOTICE OF SALE
Mrt and Mrs. Robert Byrd and at 8:30: p. m.; on Thursday
Mrs.
J. M. Lott of Jacksonville loOnier
Oklahoma last week with Mr.Bales' sii32: T 6 S. U. 22 E. TAKE NOTICE' that pursuant
I is spending several- weeks with home Friday to Tuesday from I children of Tampa were visiting Ftb.11, Methodist Presbyterianat Name in which assessed D. E. if Court entered in the above
1st. Feature Florida Southern College, between family. Knight.All > entultd cause on January IS. 1S60.
Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery 7 p. m. and Christian vs Bap-
her Mrs. J. P. Dill and
daughter Mrs. and f said being in the SiH-cial Master will
semesters. Daisy Padgett daughter i> property the undersigned
rv\ORE*i B Yr} W, Mr. Dill. last Friday. tilt, 8:30: p. m. County of Bradford, State of Flor e''ii'the, fyllf1j\\"ing described auto-
Bonnie and :Mrs. Dexter Mc-
Mrs. N. S. Dankel and Mrs. J. :
Fred Snell and Bob Williams ida. mobliiI1b-wiV}
A Hallmark Valentines "When M. Vickers were visiting the lat- Pherson and son. Harvey were t t'nl s* such certificate or certificates -I tree 1W4 Ford 4-donr Sedan. MoU.r -
attended the Dave Brubeck Jazz
Social SecurityA : the highest
care enough to send the Very visitors in Macclenny last Tues- shall be redeemed according 1 U4AIM0423 : to
you tcr's parents Mr. and Mrs. A. .G. Concert at Jacksonville University to law the property described in mil beat bidder fur cash. at public

Best" at Bufflngton's. 284.11 Gowen in Fblkston. Ga. on Tues. Monday evening. day. representative of the Gaines- such certificate or certificates will outcry at the. South front door or.
'wji Mr. andMrs.:: Proctor Snow of : Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mosley of be sold to the highest bidder at,the the CountyOourt: House In Starke.Florida
day.Mr Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Sr., Mrs. J. ville Social Security office will be I court house door on the first Monday it:12:00 o'clock noon ou
Dublin Ga. are spending a week and Mrs. Edward Bakerof M. Mitchell and Mrs. Lester Middleburg were visitors of Mr. in the courtroom of the courthouse I in month of March.,1960. which February IB. 1980.S .
P'- RptT i'ME fN COLOR/ 5 with Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining. Detroit Mich. were overnight; and Mrs. J. D. Padgett last. Sun- is the 7 day of March, 1J60. :: / T ,FRANK LAXDKUM.
CrE'ws'and daughter Carolyn at 9:30: a.m. Thursday, Feb. 11, for Dated this 1 day February, !Special Master

2nd..Feature Mrs. M. W. Lance spent the guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs., visited friends in Madison last day.Sorry the purpose of conducting social I960. j i 1 II 1...1.15 V. Knight.
to learn that Dan Har- '. for Plaintiff.
Owen Vaughn. SUAL Attorney
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. W.'H. Thursday. security business. I 1 1t4
Charles \ Darby
r has been ill this week with
From Hit bold,ttusJiing i Mo-h1'f Burbank, Jr. in Fernandina Beach. .Purchase any model of Sin=u' Mrs. Pauline Torode is returning groves 11.1 __. -- .

s ?tj tr She was admitted to the Nassau Sewing Machine at DenmarkFurniture home today from Batpist Memorial the flu. _, ,, __ '_- ___ .____,; _. _" __ .. .._ _'i L.-;; '' ...;;c.:._ .,- ---,.-
Mrs. Willie Godwin has returned .
mtiurUil'D01IS General Hospital, Fernandina Co. tj f r Hospital where she under- -
home from the Bradford Coun-
tst Beach, on Wednesday for medical went surgery last week.
i Mrs. Harold Godwin and son ty Hospital where she was a patent -
treatment. : Miss Elizabeth MsNeil Mission U. S. GOVERNMENT SURPLUS PROPERTY
Jay, and Mrs. Mack William;I for several days last week.
ary to Japan, was Sunday evening
and son, Bennie spent last Thurs. She is still confined to her bed
YSYpr. t. i quest of Mr. and Mrs. Davil Mont
day and Friday in Waycross Ga' at home. We wish her a speedy recovery

RICHARD t wth Mr. and MrsCharles Mc- gomery. .
.1 r :Azaleas Camellias and Shrubberyat ._
DAY 'WlDlttRX .... Quaig. Sistrnnks. 2-11 I I Sorry 'to hear that Earl Cannon FOR SALE

THE TUNNEL! I'4 0 Sr. was ill with the flu and
Mrs. Nell Pinkerton of Wash-
.OF LOVE" l 1.tS had to go to the doctor. Hope he ,
ington, D. C. is visiting Mr. and
O 9.4GIG .
YOtkG t.A :::'::ALA D Mrs. R. B. Cauffman and Mrs. is much better now.
b e._ ice! ij Earl Cannon Jr. returned home
'" THEATfciSTARKE Emma Badman this week.
FLSun. l last Wednesday from the Baptist t MAINTENANCE. SHOP BUILDING, CAMP BLANDING Siding,
; Mr. and Mrs. Haystack Calhounof -

Cartoon:. High Diving Hare ifs Washington D. C. were guestsat Memorial Hope he will Hospital get along in Jacksonville much bet. Sheating, Framing (4 all dimensions), Steel Windows, Pipe, Boilers,

Green Oaks Sunday. Mr Cal-
.- Ion. Tue., Feb. 7-8-9 ter now. Blower Type Radiators and Fans, Electrical Fuse and Switch Boxes, Bolts
houn is a noted wrestler weighing -

SUN., MON. & TUEs. DOUBLE FEATURE 601 pounds. Friends of Mrs. Thelma Starlim: (all sizes and lengths, complete), 76 ft. and 40 ft. Clear Span Wood
HAVE ROCKET s.U be glad to know that she wa s:
Albert Hazen, who graduatedlast
Feb. 7,8, & 9 i week from the University of able to'return home from the hos Trusses, and other miscellaneous items too numerous to mention.

WILL TRAVELThe pital on Saturday.
Florida, has accepted' a position
,)Iow Three Stooges I Miss Virginia Cannon hac d
with Crawford & Co., claims adjusters -
Iddfo Coldwfa Atlyvt:. WE RE-CAP THESETHOUSAND in Atlanta, Ga.-At present asTierguest., Miss Carolyn Comhlcf ) CUYAHOGA WRECKING COMPANYI

J Sanderson. They enjoyed a
he is attending a. six weeks;training -
GlElrWDEBBIE
HILLSDon visit in Jacksonville on Monday.The .
TRUCK TIRESFrom school conducted by the company -
Maxville Congregationa 1 CAMP BLANDING FLA.
REYnOLDS Murray, Richard Egan ,
7.50 x 20 Thru Holiness Church held their unior
Lee Remick Patricia Owens ,
t '$1M I b All A'IOII 1OCItTI0II Miss Lillian Stump attended the I

10.00 x 20. PLUS COLOR .CARTOON style show in Atlanta from Sun- meeting last Friday night, Saturday Salesman on Job 7:30 A.M. to 4:00 P.M., Monday Thru Friday1IIEIIUL5iJ1UL.1II
BO'tJiii6o.'coot
GAZE : and Saturday' night. The:y
day to Wednesday.No. I '
STOP TAKING \
WetL-Thur. Feb. 10-11 enjoyed dinner on the ground!s
,
t ) 1 Rosebushes, 'Rosebushes i ., .. -..
<
__s& i I8.1S CHANCES DOUBLE FEATURE"CQUNTERrLQT" Rosebushes at Sistrunks. and had a very good crowd. ._ : : : : :' ,_ ,._', :_ : ,, ,_.' _',-=_ .== ;c ,::::
WITH "TORNTREADS Baby BradshawMr. -
_.6f1)t6EI) flLLi Raymond Stefanelli entered

rt llAt1 Q. Starring Forrest Tucker Murray, State College, Ky. on: and Mrs. Buddy Bradshav' Denmark's Demand!
; are announcing the arrival of a Special Repeated By Popular
artooWolfIloundedr *.Let Us Your-r PLUS Mi'nday. ... ., -
Re-Cap -- baby son born early Tuesda]

Tires For Economy And I A Place In The Sun! Russell Mrs, Floyd spent Crosby Friday and in son St.; morning Feb. 2, in the Baptis Ye 7PCSOFA BED GROUP' -

Safety! Hospital in Jacksonville. Th<
& FRI. Montgomery CUlt Petersburg visiting friends. They
WED.. JTHURS. '
young man weighed 8 Ibs and
Feb. 10, 11, & 13 Dealer For Elizabeth Taylor Shel'ey Winters were accompanied home by Miss oz. and has been named Davit
PLUS COLOR CARToON Judy Roth for the weekend. The
Howard. Mrs. Bradshaw is thi
cal IIN4 t+ r Crosbys also had as Sunday
WY- NEW DUNLOP Fri.-Sat. 12-13 former Miss Jo Ann Parrish. ( 4s
guests Misses Anna Ruth Crosby A9

i ,; j TIRES DOUBLE FEATURE Bertha Mizell and Mary Ara, and a
rr..am..VY.Vn.nGRAHAM
" a I Marilyn Monroe, Tom Euell Mr. and Mrs. Glen .Stanley anti i"t
: \
: AlwraA.r I STARKEREGAP The !;sun all of Jacksonville and Mr.

ttn alor1Llf and Mrs. Art Roth of St. Peters- .
< DUll.1IfIIIIII. SEVEN YEAR ITCHTHE
..... burg.
GO. TRUE STORY OF Extra Bobbins save time-Stock Mrs. John McKinney


Cartoon: Trouble Indemnity + Temple Ave. JESSE JAMESRobert op with Singer Bobbins at Den-tf, .._--. -.-.-. .-. -. -. -. -. -. -. -.-. -. -. -.-.-. + CONSISTING OF ,
Hunter mark Furniture Co.
Phone' WO 4-0221 Wagner Jeffrey Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lester c, USE OUR
I II d I PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS Miss Barbara Blankenship 'was fPC.. SOFA BED SUITE 149.95
Hampton visited Mr; and Mr
I elected Vice President of the Choice of Assorted Colors)
,John: McKinney on Monday after (
Jacksonville. District and surrounding noon. BUDGETPLAN

area for the Christian
2-STEP TABLES -- 29.90
Youth Fellowship at their :CYF Mr. and Mrs V. L. McKinne Y: t

District, meeting .at the Riverside and children of ,Gainesville wer (Choice<< of Mahogany or Blonde)

Christian Church in Jacksonville supper guests of Mr. ,and Mr: '

wherever/ you go on yoi/r/ ,e e on Jan. 29. John McKinney: on Monday. l-COCKTAIL TABLE 14.95
*
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley at- Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McKinne ys: ,

tended graduation cereoaonies at ana Mr and Mrs. Johnny Willi: 2-LAMPS : \ .' 9.90

WINTERV ,' the University of FlorUa Satur- all of Ocala, and Arthur and Car

day night when then nephew, a'ine Melton of Waldo were week 70$15.00

;. Corbin Scott Carnell, received his r-nd; visitors of the McKinneys. 204, .

VA ATION' : Doctor's Degree.Mr .
Gloria McKinney return ,

; ; and Mrs. L. A. Davis attended home from the Bradford Count YSALE; SAVINGS 54.75

', r" the Centennial Civil War Hospital last Sunday. She is do Ys $11.00

,Committee meeting at Rollins ing very well at the time of thi

",. ... M 0. College, Winter Park on Saturday. writing. All Yours For 149.95 PER MONTH

Seed Potatoes at Sistrunks.' 2-11 Master William Griffin has returned .

-I/Ir Petunia and Paney Plants' at Sis- home from Doctor's Hospital SIMILAR TO PICTURE SHOWN,[
: .
y1 trunks. 3.11 in Starke where heVa! i 't
.' ,J 1a. r
> It Virgil Mathews of Atlantic ;
treated for burns.
l, t ,
.... his i ;f 4 I r
mach spent Sunday with
,: Mrs. Kate Starling spent last
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Garl
4 -: week in Jacksonville visiting'he!
Ulathews. They visited Mr. and
grandson and his wife, Mr. and J
Mrs Bruce Mathews in Gaines- -
Mrs. Lamar Starling yea
H'Y' ville in the afternoon. ,
Photographic Headquarters Mrs. ,Beatrice Hines spent the =r .
: weekend In Gainesville visiting
Movie Polaroid. Flash Cameras-
her brothers, her family Mr. and
Tape Recorders at Buliingtons tf
'... Mrs. Lewis Starling and Mr. and
... Mrs. Millard F. Jones of Ricky
: ;Mrs. Pode Starling.
I
Jt. .' !'- .. '., ... Mount N. C. and Mrs. Charles I.Arnall i
Mrs. Hattie Lefevers of Gainesville -
'. 5n -
S i;. of Richmond. Va. are Wednesday -
!
\ ..!j. l1l\ spent last Thursday with her

., ;> .: : and :Thursday 'guests of son and ,his wife Mr .and Mrs.

: < carry WIIetheryau'ce set to Sail, ltrs.A., Z. Adkins. Ton Lefevers. '

.
'Attending the Confederate Tea ,

;:' more cash ski or safari, .r J1eplberto! : given: by the Jacksonville chapterU. We are sorry to report at this
'tor. writing we .have many' on the
"
D. at the Bostick home
:.. : "':4 ; h"' than you P protectyo travel cashwith t Jacksonville C. Sunday afternoonwere in tick list. Among the sick are the BE SURE TO

.
I two little Lefevers twins. Jack: M.
V Mrs. L. A- Davis Mrs. A.:Z.AJkins. '
100% safe Mlerican Express Mrs. -
and John;lIr. R. G. Griffis,
'. can afford Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Mrs.J. .
John Surrency. Miss Deana Star- SHOP US FOR BARGAINS
,Travelers Cheques. They are E. Wilson.. Mrs. I> G. Powell.
; lose ling. Mrs. Alice Starling and Mrs.
,
; .0 Mrs. F. B. Beard Mrs. Mattie
Barnes. Those who have been
instantly recognized any Mrs. W. G. Haile and '
GBhag n. ,
treated in the Bradford County ,
BUY A SEWING
SINGER
MrsC, E. Johns. Mrs. Davis an MACHINES
where in the world and areA Hospital in Starke.are, Mrs. 'Bun- : ,
honor guest stood in the receiviVg -
i

I V"good'until- used. If lost or ( Tuxedo: line:Fee. f d and .Armour Fertilizer nie Braughton, and Mr,,Miss Horace Gloria Cain McKinney who- FROM DENMARK'S AND USE OUR, BUDGET PLAN I


: stolen, you .1.t.3 prompt at Sistrunks. !-11 b on the.critical list: .'YE.CARRX A COMPLETE LINE OF ACCESSORIESSUCH

'Mr. and Mrs: Tyler Jones.spent \
.. Charges-only a penny dollar> refund. AS NEEDLESBELTS -- OIL, ETC.
the weekend in Callahan with

.; elatives. RADIODEVOTIONAL I

Mrs. Clancy Gunter is visiting "It's A Fact You Can Do Better At"I

her.brother-In-law and( sister.Mr. I

and Mrs. Robbie Shaper, white

a enroute Ir m'oI1 ke, Mass to 'WRGR'Speaker DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY

: -
: ** .
Miami. fT
S FLORIDA for Week of +,. m..

/ Singtr.Sewing $Iachine Needles Feb: 8 Feb.: 13 : '

-' -- at Denmark FurnitnT-*.. tf. OF USB STARKE .>>-

: : MM! : Jfi JOf KIOM ,_ ,. Rev. It MacBlain
.,' _. : "' Mr. and Mrs. Charlie .Cowen 1 <

cr 21 imi or TM|'1o01lOA MTIONU GOU.II Ell$fUU4&. .D/OTA1JAANCLCOAP! and family' visited Mr.. and' Mrs.I 7:50 AJL .43 I 446 West Call st. Phone WO 4-1321 Starke, Florida

Ted Oglesby :on Brooklyn LakeonSunday. .
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THURSDAY FEBRUARY 4, 1960 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA .- PAGE'! THBE);

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'C I Plea Day Nets Property Sales j I John Silas Brown Presbyterian CirclesThe ,

II, 4 h Are Active [Funeral Set ciibles of the First Presbyterian

', /' I For SaturdayJohn Church will meet on Tuesday
i ; Record Breaking In December/' as follows:
Silas Brown, 53 died: Wednesday Circle 1 with Mrs. Robert
'V morning at his home in Paterson at 9:30: a. m.
I
$$7,087 Fines Deed transactions recorded in i Lawtey after an illness of several I Circle 2 with Mrs. Claude Crow-
_.
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.ait two wee $ {)f December cameo I Brown was born in Lawteyon Circle 3 with Mrs. Tom Casey,

Library ProgramTo Home Demonstration A record-breaking 7087.50 in a total of $135,250. Only transitions Dec 19, 1906, the son of the Lawtey at 8 p. m.

fines"and forfeitures was levied as i involving $1,000. or more |: late Silas Weeks,and Nancy Man.
Be Presented Council Installs t P County Judge Theron A. Yawn ire listed below. : j I ning Brown. He was a member: of I Madison St. CirclesCircles
At Woman's ClubThe New Officers'Members lL t e held plea day at the courthouse John D. .and Marie Patterson I I the Baptist Church and was em-
.1 last Thursday. xi James D. and Mabel A. Philips ,ployed I by the Bradford County of the Madison Street
.
Education Department of of the Lawtey Club ,1 -It was the biggest .day in the lots 83 and 85 on Oak Avs- :i Road Department for many years Baptist Church will meet next
seven I Ve"'b rue in Crystal Lake Homesites until ill health forced his retire-I Tuesday as follows: _
the Starke Woman's' Club will meeting held Tuesday Jan. 26, years en-in. office, .
.3,83Q.I : Circle 2 with Mrs. Adolph Gay'
Yawn ,
present a program entitled "Opera- ..when the following officers for the said.J. ment.
% tion Library" at the regular-meetIng coming year were installed in a T. Fillyaw, ,Keystone Heights Barclay Development Co. toi i 1 i Besides his wife Mrs. Purvis at 7:30 p. m.
1o' aid C. and Gertrude D. ;I Circle 3 with Mrs. Norman Willis
Mur-
>' next Wednesday in the club- candle-light ceremony by Mrs.E. poJice officer and his brother Prevatt Brown, he is survived by
house. Dr. Florence Jennings is L. Cox: I I John, both pleaded not guilty to )h *' house on lot 7, block 15, !I one son, Mitchell Brown ,Lawtey; at 8 p. m.

chairman and Mrs. Robert Green i President, Mrs. A. C. Ellis; Vice { charges of assault and battery, keystone; Club Estates. $8,250. I'I'i three daughters, Mrs. Rebecca
cochairman.The i President, Mrs. A. C. Belche; r and Judge Yawn set trial for Colon M. and Margaret L. ,I Wise Miss Alice June Brown and Beta Sigma Phi
I' rbbmas to George F. and Nettie I I
March
21.
Miss Janet Marie
Brown all of
director.. of the Extension Secretary Mrs. J. B. Godwin; The Beta Sigma Phi
Division for Florida State Libraryin Treasurer Mrs. J, B. White? ; Dele- Pictured at Junior Day activities here last week are! (I-r) In :a companion case. Richard 3. Prevatt lot in Starke. $1,900. Lawtey; a brother Rawleigh( will meet Monday night at sorority 8 o'
Tallahassee Miss Verna'Nisten- gates, Mrs. Jim Harden and Miss Mrs J. D. Warren, president: of the local club; Mrs. Joseph D. R.itledge pleaded not guilty to John and Nita Andrews to Brown of Winter Haven; four clock at the home of Mrs JiuiBfoodwoith
derk. will be the principal speak'r. Enza Blanchard; Chaplain Mrs. Clark, Federation State Junior Director; and Mrs Claude Smith driving while intoxicated: and Ed- Otis E. and Laura A. Leach, 30 sisters.i Mrs. Thelma Prevatt Law- with Mrs. Ben Morley -
dy Oscar Cardenas pleaded not acres northeast of Starke. $2,500. tey; Mrs. Garah Dorman and Mrs.
W, T. Blair. Junior Director District 4. as co-hostess.
Miss Edith Bloomer Regional Mrs. P. L. Dinkins, president, guilty to the charge of voluntary Nellie H. and W. H. Nollmanto Leila Peavy Doth of Ocoee; and

Bookmobile Librarian, and Mrs. conducted the !business meeting, Local Club Host led by Mrs. Joseph Mikulos, presi- intoxication. Their trials were also Horace E. and Thelma McGee Miss Aileen Brown of Orla Vista; Midget League
Route 100 south of
dent of the Junior set f March 21. louse on end .
Club of Jack- five'grandsons.Funeral
Francis and the
Love, Assistant Bookmobile program consisted of a II
: Librarian, will also be on hobby show,in which members ex- To DistrictIn sonville. The welcome was given These cases resulted from a Starke 6950. services will be held at BasketballThe
by Mrs. Warren, of the fracas on Dec. 25 in Keystone Club Clara H. Roeder to Bessie J. i 12 Saturday in the
p.m.
president
the Highland
program and present the hibited their art work. Entries included Junior DayThe Wasdiri house $4,000-1 first games of the season
in Brooker
Starke Juniors with the Estates when Officer Fillyaw I Baptist Church with Rev. E. C.Harvey'and .
Bookmobile which response j
be for sketches
will ,
paintings flower +
open aria his Bessie J. Wasdin to J. W. Vice, j In the Midget Basketball League
inspection. Friends of the arrangements, Junior Woman's Club was by' :Mrs. John P. King, presidentof brother night watchman Rev, George Chism of-,
Libraryare rugs baking, in were played last Saturday morning
louse Brooker 4000. '
invited to attend the meetingat poems, a collection of china, cro- host Thursday, Jan. 28, for the the South Jacksonville Junior ;i the Estates, made a "citizen'sarrest" Barclay Development Co. toLeo j Ificiating. Burial will be in Evergreen in the Armory.In .

which time members, will have chet work and potted plants. annual DistrictFour r "Junior Day"of club.Mrs. of Rutledge and Cardenas. J. and Margaret M. LeBlanc. i Cemetery under the direc- the first game, the Bulldogs
guest privileges. Prizes of framed pictures were the Florida Federation of Woman's Joseph S. 'Clark, Federation Tneatter.; said he was struck,with tion of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral beat the Globetrotters 125.
lot I block Keystone
a pistol during the incident and louse on 16 Home.
Hostesses will be Mrs. Charles awarded to those guessing who Clubs. I State Junior Director, spoke warrants Club Estates $12,000. Donald Falcon led the winners
were issued
'Schmitt, chairman Mrs. A. E. made the articles.' First phize The Starke Woman's Club building on the accomplishments'' and prob- FiJlyaws against the Barclay Development Co. to Active pallbearers will be R. E. with 8 points and Calvin Varnes,
McKinney, Mrs. A. L. Brown went to Mrs. J. B. White, secondto was beautifully decoratedby :lems of Junior Club work in Flori- saut and charging battery.In them with as- John Bensel house on lot 3, block Jones, H. C. Wynn Newn Bur- .with 3, led the losers.In .
Mrs. Jack Parker :Mrs. J. P. Mrs. E. L Cox, and third to Mrs. John Torode Mrs. R. B. i da. She reported that the major\ another 2, Keystone Club Estates, $11,000. ney, Raymond Crews, Leon Ellington the following game the Hurricanes -
case,,,'George Lever- .
Roberts, Mrs. P. L. Bridges Mrs. Mrs. Horace Cox. CaUffman, Mrs. Jerome Johns ana projects that have been very suc- son 35-year-old Starke Negro C. E. and Dallie Miles to W. J. and Buck Slade. beat the Gators 2010.

Norman Winn, Mrs. Cula Coran, Mrs. Edith Bloomer of Gaines- their committee in a Hawaiian cessful have been Family Polio pleaded guilty to assault charges and Carrie Johnson 20 acres Emmett Akhidge was high for the

Mrs. M. W. Lance,. Mrs. Madge ville told of the services of the motif with a beach scene the focal Immunization "Care" for the resulting from fight on Jan. 16 northwest of Starke, $2,300 Ed Carswell Dies Hurricanes with 13 points while
McDonald Mrs. James Dennis, Bookmobile. Mrs. Bess Burns and point of interest. The tables were Phillipines ana Mexico, and the at Little's Cafe;' However when R. A. and Lucille H. Green to Don Griffis and Steve Hewett hit
Mrs. decorated with trop'cal: flowers work to abolish obscene literature.' In( Lake CityEd for 4 points each for the' Gators.
Carlton Chastain :Mrs. S.W. Dr. Florence Jennings spoke of the Judge Yawn asked Leverson'if he State of Florida for use of Flori-
Beckett. Mrs. Rudolph Sink, local library facilities and answered and bamboo :by Mrs. J. 'C. Chas- After a question and answer had anything 'to' say before sen- ia Development Commission The schedule for next Saturday -
Mrs. Myrtice Nichols, and Mrs. questions.At teen, Jr., Mrs. P. G. Felos and period, Mrs. Smith conducted a tence was imposed the man gave JO-77 acres on Route 301 south Carswell of Tampa, husband } Feb. 6, is as follows: Bulldogsvs
Mrs. T.. G. Ritch. "Buzz Session" with the of the late Mrs. Janie Avery Hurricanes
Rdbert Chapman. noon a covered dish luncheonwas eight such a plausible account of the ot Starke 11500. and pators vs
served. Each table held a Mrs. Randal Chitty and Mrs. clubs participating, in an exchangeof J affair, that the Judge reversedthe James L. and Shirley N ill Andrews Carswell, died suddenly Wednesday Globetrotters.
THE RIGHT POCvT fw _e centerpiece of camellias and fern. Lavern Outlaw registered guests i ideas to promote better club plea and told him to stand to Charlie B. and Allie Mae Jan. 27, as the result of a
way you write. Come In and idlest upon arrival. A welcoming com work. ITcKinney, house on lot 4, block heart attack while working in SEE. CYPRESS
y
'I Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.BIRTHDAY Smith, Senior sponsor, Mrs. J. E.I.Betty Jane Morgan presented a brought up which covered offenses Florida Poultry Ranches, Inc. employed as an advertising sales-
j Wesleyan Service Guild I will Hardy Mrs. John Torode Mrs.R. skit entitled "What to wear to for both December and January lo Howard R. and Emma Ruth man for Florida Highways mag- 'GARDENS;

meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 B. Cauffman and .Mrs.. J. "D. the FlF.W.C. conven'ion;" with 196 involved traffic viola- Corl a subdivision, Flori-Haven azine.
AND o'clock at the home of Mrs. A. H. Warren president of the Starke members of the Starke Juniors tions. Of these, '103 were for northwest of Brooker. $11,000.. Funeral services were held last odx sB Jars Idly .
Harley, Jr. club, greeted the arriving guests modeling assisted by Mrs. Harry speeding and 44 ,were for improper Wesley and Maude Andrews to Friday in Tampa. psis UI IS UI pIS 415.. ,
WEDDING CAKES and ushered them into the sun- Rabb, Jr. passing. Ronald and Joanne Andrews 20
Guild 2 will meet Tuesday room of the clubhouse where cof- Mrs. Stanley Noegel and Mrs.J. The number of traffic cases was acres in Bayless Highway section AMBULANCE SERVICEPHONE
A SPECIALTYMade evening at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. fee and miniature breakfast rolls E. Hardy were in charge of said t to be'a little high," and the noithwest of Starke 6000.

Robert Coe, 1362 Blanding? Court were served by Mrs. S. R. Marco, the luncheon which was catered explanation given was that US- William R. and Novis S. Wardto WO 4-2600
Jerome Johns and Mrs. R. S. Restaurant Membersof J. W. and Elminey Smith lot
Saratoga Heights with Miss Vir- Mrs ty Noegel's 301 north of the city is torn up
Mullins. the Starke Little Women's and impatient ;rinotoristsi fail to 10 of block 23 in Temple's Addition DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
To Order ginia Sewell as co-hostess.
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The meeting began 'at 10 o'clock Club, costumed as Hula. ,/. Dancers. obey traffic regulations. $2.700. DeWitt C. -Jones Registered Funeral Director
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Circle 4 of the Methodist, over cases involved J. W. and Elminey Smith to
MRS. H. LAPPE and was presided toy Mrs. assisted in serving.The 'Other : brought up
W.s.C.S.in meet Tuesday eve- Claude Smith, Junior Director of meeting'was adjourned withan : intoxication,,. 15{ larceny, 9; William R. and Novis S. Ward Starke, Fla.
639 W. South St. nLvat o'clock with Mrs. Eston District Four. Mrs. Clarence 'invitation from Mrs. Chris worthless checks .12; contributingto .:)ts 6 and 7 of block 3 in Dowl- Rental Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs,. Crutches

Ph. WO 4-3243 Jordan. Johnston, president of the Jacksonville Bock president of the North: delinquency.'of a minor 1; pro- jug Park subdivision 2500. ..
Beach Juniors,'' gave the Jacksonville Junior Club, for her fane language, 2; malicious injury .J. E. and Hazel Wall Jr. to Oli- -

I I invocation. The,Junior: Club pledge club to be.host for ,"Junior Day;! 1; larceny of 'timber. 1, and vcr E. and Lillian C. Pearson, OPENING NEXT SUNDAY
and the pledge 'allegiance was in 1961. forgery 1.Bowling, about 20 acres in Lawtey, $6,750.
i LEARN A WELL-PAYING PROFESSION American Tung Groves, Inc. to
Dr. Carnell Given Little Women' G. W. and Angie L.' Raborn,
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League
about 3 acres north of Brooker,,
PhD Degree At UF To Meet Monday 1000. '
HAIR STYLING AND
Officers Named Barclay Development Co. to sLAKE
i Friends here will be interested) The Little *Women's Club will George E. and Mary A. LaRue

in the recent graduation' of Cor- meet Monday evening'-at .1:30 Bowling' league officers, elected house on lot 5, block 15 in Key-
BEAUTY CULTURE bin Scott Carnell from the Uni-\o'clock in .the club house. at a league meeting recently are stone Club Estates 9500.

( versity of Florida with a PhD de- Carol Temple will present'.... FredSnell.. president: Lewis Harper Carl E. and Leatha Griffis to
gree. Dr. Carnell is 'the grandsonof program on hair styles.. vice president;.' and George William E.' and Otysue Gault
Accredited State Fast, Modern the late )ir. and ;Mrs. Fred Hostesses will be Kathy Struthi. Ricks, secretary.On about l\2 acres south of Lawtey I

Board School Teaching Methods. Scott and the great 'nephew of Sally Sink and Linda1..Green. ., Tuesday. Jan ,26, the team 3200. I
Free Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Quigley.He:received league results were:: Starke Cabinet K. T. and Carrie Crews to Rogers -
Graduate
Pay-as-you-learn his A.B. degree from Wheaton Pajama Game : Shop won over the Rotary O. and Frances B. Dansby
Placement Service. Weekly Tuition. College and his masters from Club team, and the State Prison south half of Iota '3 and 4 of

Columbia University. Dr. Carnell beat the Jaycees.D. blocks 3 and 4 in Gaskins Addition -

PHONE FR 6-4105 was also elected to membershipin Friday Night I. A. Jones, of the Prison $7,500.Guy .
Phi Beta Kappa national The pajama basketball games, team, was high man for the night and Elizabeth S. Andrewsto
CENTRAL HAIR STYLING COLLEGE honorary: fraternity. He is assist- sponsored by the Sophomore class I with a 215 average followed by Rufus A. and Lillie Mae Riley,
ant professor of English and Hu- of BHS will be played at 7:30 p.m. Lewis Harper of the Cabinet Shop lots 1, 2, and 4 of block 6. E. W.
218 S. E. 1st Street = Gainesville, Fla. manities at the University of Friday night instead. Saturday with an average of 209. Hayes Subdivision, $6,000.

Florida. He is married to the night as originally announced.
former Carol Young of Bronx- The games will .played, in the Carl L: Milliard Viethodiit Church

vile, N.Y. and they have three high school gym.The.sophpmore.
sons. boys: will playin Funeral HeldIn Schedule for week of February WALES AMPHITHEATREFEB.

After the' graduation exercises, girls nightgowns or pajamas, ChurchCarl 7:
Lawtey
: OWN A MEOFYOUROWN Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Scott uncle and the girls will play in boys Sunday Church School, 9:45a. : 7 THRU APRIL 17

and aunt of Dr. Carnell, entertained pajamas. Lewis Hilliard 74, of Law- Morning Worship 11 a., m.
a small group of relatives and There will be a Sock Hop in the tey died .Thursday,.Jan. ,28, ina Nursery and Junior Church pro- Every Sun. at 6 P.M. Res. Seats: 3.00, $2.50,
friends at their home in Gainesville gym after the game.,Admission isM Starke hospital after a lingering vided during morning service. $2.00, $1.50 Tax Inc.
I where refreshments were ,cents for the game and hop. illness. Broadcast. for full hour over WR Every ,Tues., Thurs., I Children under 12

served. Mr. and Mrs. Quigley were Mr. Hillard was born in Bradford OR. Dine-A-Mite snack supper Sat at 7:30 P.M. Price I;)
among those attending from Mrs. Sallie Tison ) County on Sept. 12, 1886 and for MYF. 6 p. m. Youth meetings. /
THE EASYJIM WALTER WAY./ Starke. was the son of the late Silas and 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship 7:30 'or Res. & Inf. Write Box 71, Lake Wales ('hone0311 1r
Funeral ServicesTo
r Mary K. Browning Hilliard. He r.. m.
Tuesday Guild One will meetat -'....
Club -
Junior .. Be Held SundayMrs. was a retired farmer and a member
of the Lawtey Missionary the home of Mrs. A. M Harley -

NOThING Met Monday NightThe Sallie Haislop Tison, 89, a Baptist Church and served on the 7:30 p. m. Guild Two will "Don't Settle For Less Than A Jim Toney"
,r r resident of Starke for many'years, Board of Deacons for many Year5- meet with Mrs. Marjorie Coe and
0 regular monthly meeting of died Monday night in a hospital at Surviving are his wife Weltha Miss Virginia Sewell as hostesses JIM TONEY HOMES $1095 and "
the Junior Woman's Club was held 1:30 Circle Four will meet
Los Angeles, Calif after an ex- Byrd Hilliard of Lawtey; six p.'jn.
DOWN :Monday evening in the club house. tended illness.,She had been, 'visiting daughters Mrs. Juanita Keene, with Mrs. Eston Jordan 8 p.m. up .
Mrs.. P. S. Mullins read a re- Wednesday WE FINANCE FOR 10 YEARS
Prayer Meeting -
a sister in California for several Mscclenny; Mrs. Margie Mott and
port prepared by Mrs. Joseph months. ',' Mrs! Delphna'' Starling both of 7:30: p. m. See Our Model Home at Waldo, Florida .

I Mk i ulas of Jacksonville on the I. Mrs. Tison was bomJn:Prinston Lakeland; Mrs. Geneva Gaskins ThursdayPrayer Group 12 !Miles South of Starke on U. S. 301

I General Federation of Women's Ky. on March: 5, 1870. She movedto Lawtey; Mrs. Bernard Rosier, Ft. meets in Fellowship Hall 9:30 a. .
Clubs Sixty-Eighth annual conven- Starke with her parents an Pierce; 'and Mrs.. Inez Keene m. Chancel Choir rehearsal 7:30p. .

\ tion held in Los Angeles Calif. early age, and at one time 'oper- Jacksonville: ; four sons,'Luther C. m.
Robert Porter, the director of ated the old Starke House hotel Hilliard: Lawtey; Jason and James .
CARE, wrpte: of the great need and dining room on Call Street. HillianL..both of Jacksonville and HillendahlsAre
for help in the program for the BeJdes her 'sister, firs Cathe- Claude' Billiard, Middleburg; two CommissionedAs
Phillipines. It was noted that rine Norton California, she is Filters Mrs. Candica Knight
Florida had the largest numberof survived by) one" brother; Jimmie Sanford; and Mrs., Minnie Phillips Missionaries ztMoney
MDon't girls at the convention. Haislop of Tampa. Live Oak. 26 grandchildren
Refreshments were served after Mrs Tison was a member of the and one great grandchild. Mr. and Mrs. Louis: Hillendahl. .,

the: meeting. First Christian-Church.of: Starke. Funeral, services were held at 2 formerly of Starke, were among

Miss The Big Show. Funeral services: will be held at p. m. Sunday in the Lawtey Baptist 93 persons commissioned as home
Elementary PTA ". p.m. Sunday, in Jones .Memorial Church ,with Rev. Edgar Wil- and overseas missionaries of the
No Down No For Travel
t: i Chapel with Rev L. SOl Williams kinson of Lake City and Rev Methodist Church on Jan. 22 at Charge
Met Tuesday officiating. Burial wilf be in the Tommy Howe.pastor_of,the Law- Buck Hill Falls Pa.
.- family plot in..Crosby Lake'Cemetery ? ; try church officiating. Burial was Born in Denver, Colo-, Mr. Hill- Anywhere In Florida Same Low Price .
Sat 5SO P.M. WJXT-TV Jacksonville Ch. 4
Every
The ,Starke Elementary PTA under the direction of De Win in the family ploy In Dyal Cemetery endahl received his higher educa- .
Feitartnj the Famous Mo and, TV SlatSand met Tuesday night in the school C. Jones, Funeral Home : under the direction of De- tion at. Texas A. & College Inthe We Use 2 X 8 for Floor We Furnish Material for

ss rtii cafetorium for a short business Active pallbearers will be Carl Witt C. Jones Funeral Home field of mechanical engineering. Framing, Not 2 X 6's You to Build. We Do Repair ,
i meeting! and Founder's Day pro- *s. Before becoming a missionary
H. A. Lhwsori R. John
Johns .
he We Use 2 X 6 for Ceiling Work and Finish
gram. Chas. A. Darby, Charley ,E. Johns Taxes Are Paid was construction supervisorfor "
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their Clinch Mountain BoysJACKSONVILLE Mrs. Harry Rabb, president, announced and Charles Wade. Humphreys Gold Corporation Framing, Not 2 X 4'8. Houses that are Started. "

that an instructional 75 :Per: FCen i l. al Starke and had- previously
ggt meeting will be held at the home owned and managed a boat-build- .
.of Mrs. H. ){. Hatcher; Jr. on Youth Week Set About 75 percent of real andpersonal :Jflg plant. He was a naval officer. Model Home and Office at Waldo, 12 Miles South of

March 28. It will be conductedby For April 2.10 property.taxes have been in World War n and also in the Starke on Route 301. Call or write or come see JIM '

JIM WALTE Dr. Edward L. ,Flemming, as- paid, according to Bradford Korean War TONEY before you buy any home. Your business ap
sistant director of, the Bureau of April 3-10 has been proclaimed County Tax Collector J. R. Kelly.t Mrs.. Hillendahl is a native of predated. Your credit is good at JIM TONEY'S.
Maternal and Child Health of the as Youth Week by churchesof "The total collected as of now Houston, Texas. She studied at

Florida ,State Board of Health. the New River Baptist Association Is about the same as it was a I Rice Institute in Houston :and in OPEN 8:00 A.M. TILL 8:00 P.M. -

who attend this meet. meeting Sunday afternoon Sam Houston State Teachers Col- .
Anyone can I year ago, Kelly said.,
FLORIDA zn the Madison Street Baptist |!i? e. Huntsville, Texas. Ray D. Forth Jim Toney Homes
3281 ingis asked to contact :Mrs. Rabb. He ,reported that he has just .
W. St.
BTavw Call collect EV 7-1141, or Church. An Assodatjpnal Youth 'I 1 In their first assignment the Box 196 Ph. 4307 Box 368 Ph. HO 82781I.-
write P. 0. Box Jacksonville Fla. Rev. L. D. Haines gave the de- turned over $20,000 of the monies i I.'
6248 Rally will be a highlight of the 'iHffiendahls will go to Southern Keystone Heights, Fla. Waldo, Fla.
I jvotionaL week with Youth Rally Day. set to proper authorities and that{Rhodesia to be in barge of theI ,
---- for April 9. he has more on,hand. I Nigeri hospitaL I tw





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P.WL;: I-OUI BRADFORD. COUNTY TELEGRAPH;_ STARKE.. FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY: 4, 1960
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'- --- &h -'- - - - carefully around the cuttings. ,....,A.A AA AAA A AAAAAAAAAAPINE .. Mr- and Mrs. Leon Conner.
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editorial r'-- Don't allow cuttings to dry _up. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor
Farmer's'DiaryBy Leafless stems of rose under- I LEVELAirs. I add children of Raiford visited
stocks abelia bridal wreath privets -
the H. M. and C. W. McRaes on
Sam Me6arvtThe and several other shrubs maybe H. SI. MclUe e nday afternoon. Also :Mr. and
CloseIt rooted in this.manner. Mrs. H. H. Lewis.Mr. .
ComingMighty I warm weather has speeded 'S.'sa *.GIa stDtIii Better Diets For Teenagers .aa4a.aa..aaaaasaaaAUU
up growth; in seedbeds and pepper and Mrs. B. M. Thomas and
Your teenagers to
happened in Brooklyn. plants are coming alonge fine. may seem Church members enjoyed both family visited Mrs. Thomas' parents -
eat all the time. This does not
Scme of the tobacco seed has Soil Conservation morning and evening services Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis
It happened in Los Angeles. I sprouted and is busting through i/iean' that they are eating the conducted by the pastor. Rev. W. on their way to Jacksonville lastE
,
l N.E-W-S Ji2ht food for good health.
the ground. HalL Some of the visitors at Saturday. They then visited Mr.
It happened in Sioux City Iowa.
In fact teenagers.are our;, mostcoolly
By Bill Haas .church were Mrs. J. D. Odum and .Thomas' aunt who is ill.
In spite of whatever distress we might feet I Hear that berry growers who Soil Conservation ,,Service to nourished nutrition people according her mother, Mrs. C. M. Phillips We are happy to report that.

there is always a certain amount of comfort in I went on a tour of inspection to research scient- of Live Oak, and Mrs. Rose FredMrs.. Robert Starling is home
Ho-It-Yourself ists. In 'the case of teenage girls, '
the fact that flagrant examples of youthful way- i the southern part of the state Transplant GarGening 6 out of 10 need to rick! of Miami. again after spending some time
: ornamental trees every improve
wardness violence vandalism and How about the beautiful "sumflier" -.'' wore just ;about bowled over by and shrubs, and bare-rooted de- their diets. In the case of 'teen Mrs N. A. Conner of Jacksonville in the hospital in Starke..

ganglike organizations almost always occur weather we've been having! what 160-acre they planting saw. At the enormous cidious plants now, before new age boys, 4 out of every 10 have is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Lynn McRae son of Mr. and
Ou a trip this week we saw red for instance. O. W. McRae, and children, and Mis. B. M. McRae of Starke Is
somewhere else who
; involving people to us, are they learned that it will take growth appears. Potted or, canned poor eating habits. In both instances -
bud flowering quince azaleas all an the Mrs. H M. McRae this week. home on J leave with his parents-
merely unfamiliar names in the news. coming out and' it looked like estimated 1 800 workers to pick the... plants may be set out" almost any cause may not be
time. hung too little food, but not eat- Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H's 'address is U. S. S. Mt. BakerW
But every now and then, just to keep us from spring. And the prettiest sight of fiuit.
Spray to prevent flower spot on ing enough of the fight food. C. Conner on Sunday were AEA Co. Po., San Francisco Calif.
too and self-satisfied all the of
feeling smug comes a grim : red maples showing up
When Mr. and Mrs. L. L of
have Conner
azaleas. Dithane 14, Zineb 78.and girls inadequate
One thing that impresses us He will be happy to receive letS -
against background of Spanishmoss.
a
how close
reminder of just we are to having such .
about the Paiazate are effective controls if diets they usually need more calcium arke, and Mrs. Rose Fredrick
proposed new 12-pint ters from his relatives and friends-
things happen here. crate and'!.the "loose" pack is the applied as specified by manufacturers. iron or vitamin C. Boys are of Miami. Afternoon visitors were

So far, we have been fortunate in keeping But farmers, beware! This is berries will be put in the 'cups" ... Applications should be most often short of calciuc. thia-
things under control, "nipping them in the bud," ,'seed getting" weather, accordingto and not disturbed again until made twice a week during the wme or vitamin C. More riboflavin -

so to speak, although there have been one or two Bub Carter and those who they reach the consumer. We sold flowering season of azaleas. and vitamin A also are

attempts in recent months to get so-called "secretsocieties" dare the frost are likely to have all our berries that way, and Deciduous trees [those that diets needed in teenagers' diets. 'Poor ft
show
lose their leaves in winter] .can up in several ,
of doubtful good taste and questionable to go out and buy more seed if many times our customers told may
how long held be pruned ,now. Remove all weakor ways: poor complexion lack of energy -
motives started among certain segments of our they: plant too early they m m up. dead branches or limbs. Limbs and:! poor teeth are some often -

young people. Thanks to quick action and firm ..YYYYYYYY"YYYYYYYYYYY.Ii See where stock prices went up tnat cause crowding or rub against observed.
methods on the part of those in positions of responsibility last week ion cattle, hogs and cache other should be pruned or To improve poor diets, teenagers
these ill-advised efforts were stym- ElL BR ONN broilers but they've got a long removed. Treat wound with an need: to eat more: \

ied before they got up a good head of steam. way to.go on broilers and hogs asphalt paint. \ Milk products for calcium and I

We mention these things not with any motiveof By Kirs. Harvey McCarthy Hogs before brought raisers can only see around any profit.$12 a ria Annuals, salvia,to shasta plant:daisy aster, sweet petu- nbofiavin Citrus: fruits, melons strawber- o : ,. .

causing undue alarm, but simply to alert parents :- Tie, cabbage and tomatoes for Vt1
..yyyy........ yyy.y?' hundred, and live birds are bring- alyssum, verbena. j
and the general public to let it be known Vitmin C. rX
.
ing only 17 to 18 cents a pound. Blub to plant; calla, Dutch iris,
how close we come, sometimes, to those unfor- Howdy Neighbors and a very 1s Sloiiosa, achimenes. Meats for riboflavin as liver, % -v V
tunate and undesirable happenings that always pleasant weekend is extended to Folks who live along US 301 Abelia] Cuttings heart and kidneys for iron. 7

seem to occur in some far-off place. you and your loved ones. north of Starke can see some na- Last week Mrs: Jimmy Gentryof Dark green and deep yellow{ I
Plan to visit Heilbronn Church
fruits and vegetables for vitamin
tural Heilbronn set out around two
history by examining clumps
Forewarned is forearmed, as the saying goes, this Sunday.where you will enjoy A. .
oi the limerock used for the road- dozen hardwood cuttings of abelia.
and we are considerably less likely to be troubledby inspirational .sermons by the pastor Whole and enriched
grain '
bed of the new highway. Imbedded These should take from 6-8 weeksto f! ArI.Q1)l.IE FEATLRES / 1'1-)
if remain constantly aware Rev. Otis T. Jones, plus fine _
these things
\ve in the rock you'll find seashells root. In a year or so when the breads and cerals for iron, thiamine -
that they can happen here! singing, : and fellowship. You come. from the age when Floridawas cuttings become good sized plants and riboflavin. "You won't have to worry about shingles ,blowing off

and Heilbronn folks will :try very covered by the sea. The lime- she plans to use them with for- Dried vegetables and fruits for the roof or the roof leaking after you put these on,
( hard to make you glad you came rock is coming from a mine in raosa azaleas for a hedge around iron and thiamine.The you'll be very thankful that Starke Builders Supplieshas

Take Another Look AAA our way. the Traxler area, not far from her yard. right foods in adequate amounts them.;
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Don't forget prayer meetingson the site of the historic town of To make hardwood cuttings, furnish the building materials -

The State! Road Department has come through Wednesday evenings. The regu- Newnansville., The limerock is select current year growth after : for -good health, good
lar Church Conference will follow the foliage has fallen off. Makein looks and: lots of and .
found there at an elevation higher pep energy.U
with "Do Not"Pass" warning signs at
handsomely the prayer service on Wednesday than most of Bradford County. late fall and cut into 8 to 10 &a the relationship between a
Lawtey's U. S. 301: trouble' spot and there now night, Feb. 10. inch j pieces. Set directly in the good diet and good looks and NO MONEY DOWN

seems no excuse for any motorist to plead ignor- We regret that our pastor, Rev. Our berry picking season is ground 4 to 6 inches deep, leavingone feeling] well to help convince your
ance when violating' the law at this particularspot. Otis T, Jones and his famly: were coming fast according to Starke or two buds above ground. Be teenagers to eat more of the right

unable to !be present for Family Market Manager J. R. Wainwright.He Lure to get top end up.Pack soil foods at mealtime and for snacks. Repair
Night held at the church on says that if the weather stays
As a matter of fact,'Lawtey officials report
that' arrests in the no-passing zone have taken, a Wednesday evening last week. warm well be picking berries
devotional YOUR MEMORIAL GIFT TO Add Rooms
Warren J6hns rendered the within several weeks.* --- Carport
marked decline since the signs were erected last following the song service .e.They've .

week. Immediately following, the The
got enough water over Bath Room "
The Starke-Bradford County Chamber of Com- ladies assembled for their WMS Brooklyn Lake now [it's within BRADFORD COUNTY HEART UNITAn

merce has requested the American Automobile business meeting. In the absenceof two feet of the high of '1948-481. (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIXTURES .
Association headquarters in Washington, l). C. to the president Mr?. Otis T. However, Lake Geheva is still low Affiliate of The )

review the situation at Lawtey in light of the de- Jones, the meeting was conductedby and lakeside residents are hopingit .
the vice president, Mrs. R. L. will again. NORTHEAST FLORIDA HEART ASSOCIATION
clining number traffic cases made there since come up Time To Re-roof
Morgan. Three items of missionary 5. .
corrective measures were 'taken. The AAA was work discussed included the Will Be Promptly Acknowledged To
motels and restaurants Got some good Bradford County
reminded that there are many following: additional old Christ- syrup from R. L. Batten and it The Bereaved Family.
in the Lawtey-Starke Waldo area that mas cards were collected for the
well with and
sine goes pancakes
are dues-paying members of its organization and foreign mission field; more cou- country sausage. VICTOR FREES, Chairman .' STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESPhone

are being hurt financially by the mandate routing pons offered for the Children's 809 West Cypress St.

U. S. 301 traffic around Lawtey because oft Home for home and state mis. While here Mr. Batten told us STARKE, FLORIDA WO 4-4201 Starke, Fla. '- .
: charge that too many sions; and a project planned for
!Je. PeninitllaMotor.CIpb' about a narrow escape he had on --
traffic cases were being made there. the church for community mis his farm, when he got mixed up b

We agree that the AAA should not take its so- sions. After; a thorough discussionthe with with a couple of cows* that were .
meeting was adjourned
trying to settle who was boss on
cajled "red line" action lightly, in view of the
prayer, the place. Mr. Batten got knocked I
detrimental effect on businesses that are paying All ladies of the churuch and down by the scrappers, but escaped

members of its own organization, and should the community are urged to Ibe: serious injury. .N1fR 11 ,

eagerly accept the Chamber of Commerce suggestion present at the next meeting. Visitors 5. j ,

to review the situation promptly as oftenas are always welcome, wanted See where cattle from Ike's farm

:: there is any indication of changed circum- and needed. \von some prizes in a Pennsylvania r r 0 C H S

stances. Mrs., Lois Cox requests all Heil- farm show.. Just wait until l -

The Chamber takes the position that it has bronn Home Demonstration Club farmer: Ike gets back to his farm
members and friends to attend the and tries to sell what he raises
charged that anyone
been even
proved or '
never February meeting to be held i ir and hel find out what a lot of us
was. unjustly] arrested at Lawtey, and the fre- the home of Mrs. A. C. Ellis on have been fussing about for a

quency'of arrests made during several months of Thursday, Feb. 11, at 2 p.m. Please li'ir.g time. Is Headquarters This Year,

lat fall wad the result of improper marking and try to be present and bring someone .L .,-__- '... o k
insufficient, warning signs, both of which have interested in this fine work. __' .. ._ '-h." .. .. _. As Usual

nqw been corrected. It appears to us. that the Our deepest sympathy' is ex

next move should be the AAA's, and we are tended to the bereaved family ol r '
eagerly awaiting its response. Carl Hillard who died last week: WHEN ,' FOR VALENTINE GIFTS

Funeral was held in the First t .
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Baptist Church in Lawtey will V VA

Please Pass The PillsThe interment at Dyal Cemetery. Ma Y V AT JACKSONVILLE PRICES
God comfort and bless each oj H YOU

pill-loving American public is being treat- this: fine friends.man's family and hi! Give Him An tli J5lenlt e giItUMI .
many
ed to some exposures that should, at least, giveus :Miss Marilyn Cox and Earl Nor I

all a case of nervous indigestion and make us man visited Mr. and Mrs. Jimm:Y: NEED ELECTRICRAZOR tiv \

reach (you guessed it) for another pill! Weldon Saturday evening in JackEonville f,

According to testimony revealed by the Senate > i

investigating committee, a certain tranquilizei r Joe Brown of Jacksonville visited ,

. sold to the government for sixty cents a thousand I :Mr. and Mrs. R.L. :Morgan las t: M-O'HI Y e RONSON
Friday. a '
was sold to druggists by the same company foi r I
$39.50 thousand and ultimately to the consumer ., Very glad to report our oldes ROLLECTRIC
She will appreciate and enjoy using a
at a suggested retail price of $65.38 a thousand son.to school Richard-Monday- was able after to being retur iJ]l gift from our complete line of all the 6 SCHICK. ;

with the flu. .. SEE USe leading brands of Cosmetics. Always

No wonder we need tranquilizing. NORRIS WHITMAN'S "
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Although the president of the company defended Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan wer HOLLINGSWORTH A. WELCOME, GIFT'
; Saturday over-night guests of Mi r 1
the price schedule by pointing to the lon) Morgan's,brother and family, Mi r:: WATCHES &CLOCKS: Large Assortment .

years of research necessary to develop the drug, and Mrs. Dean Morgan of Whit e Here are just a' few of the famous I

it will be hard for the public to understand wh]Y Springs. :Miss Joyce Morgan, he HEART BOXES names found at our Perfume Counter

he didn't charge the government a little mon e sister, Miss Judy Morgan an: LOANS I $2.29' up COTYS

and the public, perhaps, a.littleJess. cousin Miss Faye Morgan, visite 59C TO $8-50 REVLON

Another discrepancy showed up when an official .. in White Springs Sunday also. MAX

of a small drug company testified that it:g Those on the sick list ,this wee, k, CIGARETTE LIGHTERS: FACTOR TABUi!

the were: Granny Carmichael.. Mn 8,
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own tranquilizer, derived from same source, -
Wilmont Brown Mrs. R. L. Moigan. -
sold to the public for $4.40 per thousand, compared FABERGE. OLD SPICE
.. Mrs. Harold Norman an rl $1.00 up ,
the larger company's $65.38. .
to' Miss Edith Moore. Remember t 0 : ,
Senator Estes Kefauver, conducting the inves,- pray in their behalf and for .'

tigation, said that small companies have mud 1 others that are in sickness alld $600; : a PEN' AND PENCIL SETS
lower prices but can't afford the necessary ad- ,

vertising "to get their message before the phy,,- pain.Well that's all for this tim< BILL FOLDS \
; I. By SHEAFFER AND PARKER
sicians who write the prescriptions." may our loving God always blea ,* .

The subcommittee will resume the drug hear_ )'ou. bye now.... $1.00 T0 $10.00 .! FROM $fl.95 To $25I

ings late this month, and it is hoped' the fact:) "Folks Find Us

they uncover will ultimately benefit the public, WOODSFIRESThe

who the bill. Friendly"LOCALFINANCE
finally

In the meanwhile pays please pass the pillS7"Ou1: r '"on Friday 1.86, Saturday inches of and rain; ,Sunday falling V BEAUTIFUL VALENTINE CARDS, FROM. 5C TO I 1.00, I II

nerves are shot. helped to alleviate extremely dr: I

condition in the forests this past I .
week. As evidence of the benefitof We have three registered pharmacists on duty in order I Ir .

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH this rainfall only two fires wit] COMPANY r to serve you best. Bring your prescriptions to us. Payless
eight acres burned were. reporteby ; I ,

EST. 187' JFLORIDA'S week.the Florida Forest Service las t 116 N. Walnut Street J and get the best. With our large volume; of pre- KOCH'S DRUG STORE

Vr41 i\ OLDEST WEEKLY NEWS, The number of fires since January ((2 Doors From Post Office) scription filling we buy most of our drugs direct from ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION RUED

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.1"\PEB PITBLI BED fftXTISOCSLl 1 of this is 14 witi .
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year factory. Thus you are assured of New, Fresh Drugs
CNDiR TOE SAME MASTHEAO.11&.1 276 r res burned as opposed t u WO 4-0101 and WO 4-0111 : II V _

..\ 'Earl TMr. M4 E ter4 M ***.. Claw Matte!t 5 fire anal 17 acres burned durin g j I foi Less Money. Phone WO 4-4401 We Deliver Starke, Fla..
at lk. Pest office at BUrke. FU. islet Let al Mar .. 171 I. the sate periodlast year. Sirs._ Marguerite Hall. Mgr., i ,
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Y TY YTYTYYTTT TYTTYYY toium at 7:30: p. m. f and candy and refreshments of';' Debbie Reynolds j| MAYOR'S COURT IF and not guilt; oa fist charge
Slade Birthday Party cake, cookies, ice cream, and cold '! !I 1 and fined $55 01 10 days: on di5-

HAMPTON Joanne Slade, daughter of- Mr. drinks were served. The birthday + In. FloridaFil The following cases were heard i orderly conduct chaise
cake had red roses encircling the i: I
t and Mrs. J. L. Slade. was honored f T h Mayor's Court here Monday
By Airs D. E. limAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA on her tenth birthday satur- inscription, and potted yellow Glenn Ford and Debbie I Reynolds, ncrning: II I CARD OF THANKS

a day, Jan. '30, with a party at the ,chrysanthemums decorated the team for the second cpnsecutfve' Carole Jean Gilman, are I I
4 running
4. home; of her grandparents. Mr. table. time in "The Gazebo," a film ver- I We the family of the iate Carl
l light, $12.50 bond estreated.
PTA Tonight and Mrs. Lester Slade. j II Baptist Young Peoples Social .I sin of the Broadwa ,mysterycomedy James Render, no driver's li- j Lewis Hilliard who died Jan. 23,
Members of the Young People'Sundar $u eS s r I bit. ,wr-h to thank our many friends
Remember I Games were played by the I'llI I tense, $27-50 bond estrea ted.
PTA Meeting to- School Class of Hampton DONCA. NE8R.- \for their kindness'during his long
-- As a young married couple.
light [Thursday] at the Hamp- guests present, followed by the !I Daniel Everette Cass reckless
I illness end death. May God bless
I :Baptist Church and their guests : I: Ford and Miss Reynolds find
ton Elementary School AudI- opening of gifts. Favors of gum !gathered. for a weiner roast supper Wherein I welcome in the New and I feel happy. The daughters i themselves knee-deep in a wacky hiving, $27.50 bond estreated.intoxication #leach of you.Mrs Weltha Hil-

I IL I Thursday evening Jan. 28 at Year. The snow lies deep and of the old lady we just buried were I! comedy-of-errors involving murc'! Granver and Harris disorderly public conduct.- i iliud. and family.

-- the Midlake home of Mr. and': I, white outside my window. The so happy the way she looked that i I der, blackmail and kidnapping he- I
Mrs. J. W. Home. j. tun shines bright and clear. they made me a present of a set:, i,
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fore Jove triumphs overall. Ford)I' -
when you needRELIABLE Present for the evening were I Nature lays a soft, white afghan of earrings, necklace and a pin.I I plays] ,a befuddled television m 's.1' !
class Around the shoulders of. the They are silver and ice blue with l I
I' seien members their guests,
j tery writer who finds a dead body j
Rev. and Mrs. W. P. McElroy and sleeping hills brilliants. Made tears come into: or. his hands. Hiss Reynolds plays i I LAKE BUTLER BOTTLED GAS
And draws the curtains of the to have people appreciate
I Mr. and Mrs Home. Any eyes
GAS SERVICE \his musical-comedy actress 4 I Ij
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spouse
Personals night against the day, what work one--does. I never ex- I
\ Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cox returnI The stars and moon spill radi- pected a gift, I am sure.. j< whose the surprise gift of a gazebo!! NOW SERVING STARKE
starts mirth-making
THINK OF SLADE GAS to their home in Hampton ance from the skyAnd'watch.the SOUR CREAM DOUGHNUTS !,movmg.Also mystery I!
I I Sunday after two months in Miami world grow still [makes 2411. 1 cup sugar. 3 eggs I
And sigh itself to tsy. salt. Beat. Add Lz thick starred .is TV's jvopularj '
| with their son and daughter /4 cup 'I
TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR U\- |and their families. Ii IiI rest.Helen Virden.It tour cream and ',: cup milk, 12tsp. art j Reiner,' portraying an as- Cooking and Heating 7.50 per Tank

Tracy Jones arrived here Satur- is a New Year. The ground baking soda, one tsp. of baking s/stant district attorney friend,

PHONE WO 4.3551 I day from San Diego. Calif wherehe I: covered: with lovely white snow i powder. Add flour to makea and a scene-stealing. pgeon named : Cooking Only 8.00 per Tank
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has been stationed with the U. here. In spots it is icy and makesit I soft. dough. I pat out the dough : "lIerman.'
Navy. He js to report back to dangerous for any 'older personto ?and cut out all the doughnuts. I '
IS. PHONE LAKE BUTLER HYATT 6 J3S/
Diego on February 12. be out walking. The sun isshining lay them on a floured paper. I., -
Connie Sweeney and Mis. bright. and it is about 30 heat my fat hot, fry them carefully : r j NOW YOU can make 60-ser.idj
NEW STORE HOURS Thornton Hartly of Gainesvillewere I degrees and drain on brown paper. j pictures; .uithout flashbulbsith Joe Shaw' :
guests at the C. L. Mays I We had a nice Christmas despite HELPFUL HINTS: To remove I new Polaroid 3000 Speed Film at.I

here on Sunday of last week. :JJie fact we had two bodies on odor in kitchen drain. I pour a j Bullingtou's. :,

STARTING FEB. 1 James Horne spent last weekend Christmas Day. A man and his strong salt water down the drain. I. _
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MON., TUB., THUR 8:30 A.M.: to 6 P.M. presently employed in Orlando. the day before Christmas and we: the freezer is a good place. Then n. 4
I Mr. and Mrs Wilton Hart recently Uad her in her casket first. Then e\ery\ grain will pop.. i!,
WEDNESDAY 8:30: A.M.: to 12:30 moved from their home on Christmas Day her husband died I urn not quilting a quilt this I I HERE'S HOW YOU CANSAV..E

FRIDAY and SATURDAY the eastern edge of town to then and Christmas night we had them i January. I do not need anymore :
house next to Mr. and Mrs. Ken-: side by side in the chapel. Saturday and wanted to clean on the Mor-i

8:30: .AM. to 7:00 P.M. nth Brown.Mr. we had a double funeral in I. tuary downstairs. Want to do a j '
I and Mrs. E. C. Chester the Lutheran Church. I managed lot of things and Don might even .
moved last weekend' from the tc po to church Christmas Eve get some new drapes and on telling '
Way house on the east side to i and also roasted a turkey Christ what. The upstairs is in good '

SAVE the DeWater house on Navarre mas Day We opened our gifts' condition and the new chapel. .
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47 I street recently occupied by Mr. Christmas Eve after I got home, ,We had 24 degrees below zero YOUR TV DOLLARS

and Mrs. C. L. Shealy. from church. Had a lot of nice jest one night and-then it warmI I _

D. E. Hill attended the Gator presents from our children. Don'!]ed up. The cold is1 really not so I _

Sales! Congress on Life Insurancein iiked his new Homburg hat I got ,bad unless the wind blows. SHEPHERD AND RCA OFFER YOU THIS
Jacksonville last Friday. for him. It is a medium gray and
j: still read my devotionals every
,Janet Saxon daughter. of Mr. fits him nicely night. I have a completely new I r j
and Mrs. W. A. Saxon observedher This Monday Don had gone on took written by a Lutheran min-
seventh birthday with party 'an ambulance call and'I had just BIG 21-INCH
a |I' istjer\ in Minnesota. It is really
'finished ironing. I had just sat
PRICES at her home on Monday, Feb. 1.1'i
'down to rest a bit when the tele- Bi-le
GOOD Neighborhood children attended
Quantity i I'
I I phone rang. It was the Nursing
Rights Thru the part ,I icem to have for these duties a- RCA Victor
I Home on the other side of town.A .
Reserved Feb. 6th. Mr. and Mrs. John Haney, who bout the Mortuary. My life is one
,5 dear old lady 86 had
f0 passed a-
Op STOR live near the east city limits have :. long prayer. J .
way. I called Vic the man who
begun work on a new masonry Don is at the store Digger is ltI'
helps us; and he was soon here to TELEVISIONModel
home next to their present frame asleep.
J go with me to get her body. The
1- house. The foundation has aleady
snow was deep and it was zero Jt was 16 years ago this Janu-
J been completed. jl cuiside. But we had good luck ary that I began1'Iiing Clay Hill. i 210T14C

tnd soon had her home. Soon I"was teaching school at the Clay f
St. Mark's Enisco'pal) ': I
( :Don was home to help me Hill school.
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House Rev..RaT""vad tI'; AlacBlain : We had her funeral Thursday. So God. bless you everyone--
MaxweU I I''now! things are all back to normal 1 LOVE MOTHER LURA Now Only
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Sunday Services 9:45: a.m, : ,
Church School; 11:00 a.m. Morning i WYYYY9TTTTTYYTTTYYYyyy9'NORT.H Sunda '.
Prayer and Sermon. Harold Alvarez went to Jack- '
t 1LB. ,BAG 39 Holy Communion-First Sun- SIDEBy sonville to bowl last Friday night. \'
day, 11:00: a.m.;. Third Sunday. 1 t IAA.95
) with a ,We were happy to have Miss 1 4 I
one 7:30
Limit : a.m. Mrs. John CowartAAAAAA.Aa.EAaAAAaAa.kA.
I Jackie and Miss Deanne Gaskins
$5.00 or moref' Wednesday-1oo p.m., Choir & .. back at church on Sunday. They I CA Victor Farrell Deluxe.
I. Food Order. 'I Practice' ; 7:4 p.m., Litany and have been missed. ;able TV with front controls and
I Bible Study. North Side Church members speaker that can be Built in."One-Set" WITHTRADE

I enjoyed the inspirational preaching nOPE,,. BAPTIST CHURCH e'.sctronic! fine tuning. 262 sq. in.
BETHEL ,11HSSIONARYBAPTIST : Sunday of Brother S. E. '):::ture. Transformer-powered Deluxe 1
: CHURCH 1:Sparks of Starke. Brother Linger- Hope Baptist Church Theressa', c: assis. Phono-jack, tone control and
Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning felt was detained and unable to seven miles south of Starke on automatic gain control. Balanced '
; r \ Worship 11 a. m. Training,be present.: .Route 100. Samuel S. Cuthbert ;elity? FM Sound Available in 2 The Best Buy of the Year!

A ASTOR -.-- Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening SerI I The stimulating music was pre- :! pastor. ....'..J f'i.f'.*. .
1 vif e.: 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting each ;sented by Sister Verda Johns and j j Sunday: Sunday School 10 a. I Ii
b Wednesday p. m. Everyone wel- ;'Mrs. Joan Thompson. The special :no Morning Worship 11 a. m.
SHORTENING I come.-Rev R. L- Lee, pastor.BABY'S. singing: was offered by Mrs.j j Message: by the pastor on the '
RADIO &
Thompson. Brother Alvarez. Bro I 1 topic} "Christ's Command to Immerse f i SHEPHERD'S TV

., her Sparks and Sister Alvarez. [,' Believers." Observance of
CAN ;The junior choir directed by Mrs. !'the Lord's Supper, Training Un-
Ii I Alma Thompson: presents 'very I I lion i 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship Phone WO 4-6901 Starke Florida

3LL;.t 1 with o inspirational music also. I|17:30: p. m. Guest speaker, Re.*. I ,
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or more .19" Family night at the church on Peter Deyneka. the Twice Born i t'w: : _' .,:: : -.' 1-- ::' \ ;
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Order. \i Jaiiuary 27 ,was very well attend- Russian. The public is invited to
SHOSf ed. The hour of fellowship around ''hear this dynamic speaker's un-

the supper table "and the service I,'usual message. !I
I f, that followed inspired everyone i ij i i Wednesday: Prayer Meeting, FOR THE FINEST IN GAS SERVICE
BRONZEDBY :j present.: Wednesday, Feb. 24, will ,followed by choir rehearsal. 7:30: I
)be the date of the next family t jp. m. Mr. Fred Dodd director.
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EXCLUSIVE NEW ).night, so start planning now for
I I.1 ths date. I MADISON STREET BAPTIST
5, CHOICE D YL-'PROCESS. 1 CHURCH YOU JUST Can't Beat
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Wednesday. Mrs. J.1 ,
I lAMB Every Mounted Style I|IE. Hardy and Mrs. Shepherd as- I 900 Block W. Madison St. I 'Naturally' :

lEG (I sociational workers will be with Sunday School 9:45: Joe-Wood,'] Slade Gas
I REDUCEDFEBRUARY i|I us, accompanied by their group I[superintendent. I i iI
I i of Sunbeams and the Gas from !I Morning Worship 11:00.: tI,i
I ,. 'the First Baptist Church in 1, Training Union 6:15 Jim Har1 -I

59 Staike. They will present a pro- 1 acn, Director. I I Ii Slade Gas is just one of the many millions of PRIVATELY
Lb. I|I gram on their work and will also i, Evening Worship 7:30.: '

help our workers to organize Wednesday, Prayer Meeting,
On\Y\ these : OWNED businesses in America, built, financed and owned by
t : groups in our church. '1:30.I .
I We are nappy to report that i I J. H. Mabry Jr., Pastor. t
f, private citizens that has helped to build city state
I George Shuford and baby daughtar s your your ,

Gail and are doing home fine.from the hospital and your country i into the nation we have today. Let's keep ,

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We request your prayers for I
Vickee Dianne Hazen, infant strong -- support private enterprise.SLADE '

SUPERB RAND Qt1LYt daughter of Betty and Johnny I It ; .
Hazen. who is ill at this writing.Mrs. II :
O. J. Underhill entertained 1Mr t GAS OFFERS YOU .. ; ;
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CREAM I I eighth her birthday young son anniversary Alvin, on his last I I .

I Sunday afteinoon. Many of his r ;' :
i 24.H Service. i.:,
I CHOCOLATE. ( young friends enjoyed the afternoon Ja our .
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with him. He received many n

Ji STRAWBERRY GALLON 59.t.LOw r/ t .. t 1 lice gifts cream after which cake and refreshments drinks were of nun 2.Hotter Gas Per Square 'Foot ,

served to the guests by Mrs. Un-
'derhill.

i I Brother 'and Sister. Pervy Johns : 3. Steadier Pressure For Your Gas Needs .

t kited their son, Vernon and 1 .
family in Jacksonville last Wed I

I t nefday.i 4. Competitive Prices ,
,,j Mrs. Katherine Sponholtz spent ,
Sunday through Tuesday as 'guest i

i I of Mrs. Myrtle Alvarez.Mr. h"3pritlg a yoUftf 5. Better Service .

and Mrs- Pete Kouroupisand ; : Man's, fancy turns :, ,
OLEO daughter of Jacksonville To plumbing problem. I
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spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs,,. Aid heartburns,
$12.11I the With
: Rei.ILSS.Stand.,Bronz. Nun Russell Carter. Mrs. Shaw, Mrs.Carter's ., i 6. And All Advantages of Trading

t : drasti,I mother, retuned homed r jWould you like to see your plumbIng
of these
,.Lb.15 Take reductions advantage on every style an i with the Kouroupis family afteihaving adjusted without the custom A Privately Owned Company.
finish in the famous Bron-Sho e I i spent the week here visiting .o.t'ary fusing and .toldf-roU Call U s l
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: \ Order NOW for EasterMothers \,
line. Mrs. Carter. ,Our service is quicS, efficient an'
Fathers Day'
Day or
i Mr. and Mrs. Bill Richburg ol f ',economical!
r. Cedar Key were visiting the Oscar
) BRO...--J Z SHOE'p.: :' Carters last Sunday. 100th.r

,_z Doris Denmark and children I, SLADE Gas Co' ,r
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I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmark. Har- BOTTLES
I oIl Clem'\ns. Calvin demons and
I the( Leon Starling family o f 'pt'J7f Ill'TANKSf+PYItf-
I LOW, LOW PRICES plus : Jacksonville visited Mrs. Lot s PHONE WO 43551Next S 1 50

st (, Carter on Sunday.
S & Ii Green Stamps STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP ] Mrs. Mag demons and Mis s ( Door To Winn-Dixie) J

, I ', Debb>r Phillips of Highland wer'vjsitjnf .

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I OrdinailceFinally Nine Charged Housing Group Demo CommitteeSets Trial Date Set I cooks.Dr. Harry McGee who. with I I time in meetings The Prophet's and ministered Room, attended in-

Campaign FeesThe Jacksonville the week.
Mrs. McGee is spending some during past
For Local Men ,

In Bradford County' Democratic I

PassedContinued Gun Fight EyedllyCity Committee met in the courthouse In Federal CourtLong
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I (i I Tuesday afternoon and fixed I Sell It Rent It *

its assessment of candidates I
From Pan fl] I [Continued From Pate 11] (Continued from Page One at standing Federal liquor

antral place of business and keep i I cigarettes and about hat time to spend several hundred dollars \ nual the usual salary two of per each cent office.of the Candidates an- Jaw violation charges against Fate I! \1VITH' A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

Brown, former Bradford County
en 18 hours a day. the Starke car group rolled up foi a well. a water pump and a pay another two per cent I II

Penalty for violation of any I I I I and the fighting resumed this 'septic tank, and still would not 1t to the county. and one per cent I deputy sheriff and J. M. EdwardsJr. I ..'H1I.. OK.THANK. fI'> T. M Word) _______ __ -______ UAf
[ of Staike are set for trial .. WaMwfMOflI4LS
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provision of the. ordinance is a I I time with guns. service such as to the state for a total of five
MPnday in Federal District Court I II
1500 fine of 60 days in jail. The Lawtey group had drought could be provided by. the city. He : per cent in order to qualify.Mrs. I I L AMI HK! ; for the Southern District of -
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One cab company operator, along a .22 pistol and a .22 rifle, said he would be "willing to help :z; Verna Demorest has been .. .
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I Ida in Jacksonville. 1 .b'I 'It I.'"'' IIm. lR..rlua .Mtut..... ( ..,... oft
Everett McKinney. summed up and Carter had obtained an axe pay for the pipe If such a plan appointed: a member of the Committee -

His opinion of the ordinance by at the Boatwright home. The could be worked out. to fill vacancy: in South j i Edwards was arrested in July AlllHTIOVtL WGIII OVER 2tt _-__.___ 4* rVf W.P

saying: "I'm willing to 'get out." Starke group had rounded up a On the blighter side of the utility Starke, and) met with the group' of 1957 and Brown in August of :u% UI.. .tJl"T u\ HKi'Kvr t>SKRTioAH.

Orglnally the taxi operators had 30-30 rifle, borrowed by Forsyth service picture. Hicks was r Tuesday.The 'I the same year after a three-month :s* Annrnovti. nm HI.I\U ".4I)4 OR AIM .%OT IMIII n ..IIlATC.CLASSIFJIfl .

asked for an ordinance that would from his brother-in-law, and they given the go ahead sign 'on purchasing Comnuttee placed its secre-i undercover Investigation by Fed- : UI"I'I.AY ___n_ _V .. 11.23 ...ntnt *...***..

;event new companies opening had been Joined by Arthur Pat- material for the East Cali tary, Mrs. L. H. Futch, under I oral agents of illegal liquor oper- .....n PKH IN'Ol FOR SAMP. AD IlKPUATKH O>R OR MONK< TIWR
Sitions In Bradford Nine
uj and adding more taxis to an ray, in another car, with a .12 Street sewer extension. $10,000 bond as required by stfite County.
that they said City Cleik Merrill Edwards was J ,others were arrested as a result WE HAVE a pew loan program for FOR RENT- 4 room unfurnished
enterprise was.
guage shotgun. law.
I I Icf the raids. but the case against farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 year 1 apartment with large hall and private -
already overcrowded. Gladys Carter of Heilbronn in&tructed to obtain bids from for the entire credit r.qulre.j drive way an N. Lake St. Call
t Edwards and Brown is the only and his family. Wo ;; tfchg
tnree companies for new radio merits of the farmer 4494.
Springs a cousin and one of the Godwin Given
Tornadoes IOr.E Gainesville Production CredM
Bow : set for trial Monday.
occupants of Junior's car told equipment the city plans to pur- Association. C20 'forth Main. FOR RENT OU SALE 3 .bedroom

Board Agrees Duncan that around 10 or 12 gunshots chase with matching funds from Gainesville Fla. tfch- unfurnished, house at 3SO X. Cherryt.
P.O. AwardsFor
To Rent reasonable. Floyd Green;
were fired. She also said Civil Defense. It was emphasizedthat P.K.. Yonge Big Warehouse RADIOS REPAIREDAU phone WO '-:!U!. tfchg

that someone fired the pistol into the equipment could not be Make Ail M..e!.

To Land Swap the pavement at the feet of th'egirls paid for until after the new budge New Ideas And Macclenny Contract GetsBoard's teuoaable MIRPHKMIVS ffcarze RADIO* svamtcc*TV *

when they tried to,get out %ea'r begins'in October.J. lama Gre. Otvaer SHOES
I F. Bloodworth chairman of Henry T. Godwin (right), mail U: E. Call St. Pho.e UO 4-Wl
ol the car. A hole was :blasted in : O.K. Starke, P1..
I carrier!! with the Starke post office P. K. Yonge added to its fine
(Continued From Page 1] I the side of Patray's car by the the City Recreation Board. submitted REPAIRED
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j Council the' is presented by Postmasterj. :eason lecord of 12-1 by defeat- 0 *
a report to on COLONIAL FLOIUS1Only
the slnl hole for !:shotgun which aparently was discharged :: J. McGiiff with two certificates the BHS Tornadoes 65-20 in
Idt near $ use work that woUld need to be done .ns The contract for construction F. T. D. Florist In Starke.
I accidentally while lying awarded Godwin the Atlanta (,'!owers wired any place. Flowersfor BY PHILLIP
id road work. by he Starke gym Tuesday night.
in constructing a football field at of a surplus property warehouse
the all occasions locally. Phone
seat. Someone tossed
fI'he al'd.voted'. to .give Container !:on oil the window an of RJE school. The recreation groupS : Regional Office for suggestions In their. previous encounter PKY I. at Starke was approved In Talla- U'O 4-S2SI. 506 East Nona St. tfch* WHILE U WAITor

permission to start legal I'Carter's can through the seeking city and county aid in made to improve postal ame off with a 67-29 victory. I hassee last Friday by the Florida
proceedings with a view toward car. smashing glass. 'ervicev Coach Carleton Koch had his I Ia Development Commission FOR RHNT-Furnished apart-

closing the road. The corporation I I! Boatwright 'was felled by a built developing Guy Andrews.this project.president and One of Godwin's suggestionswas : ers slown down the game in J I Armco Co., Inc. of Jacksonville shopping uenta. Reasonable renter. Phone rates.WO 9-2011 Xear I One Day Service

vttil formally petition the board t which entered through th3 C arles Hardy, secretary, of the : for the painting of guide lines in effort to play PKY a closer i:was successful bidder for the 100- .or \\O 4-0771 evening or rail at 211 I Court Shoe Repair
!!ribs on his left side and lodged in it the post office drivers can the tactics' ;. Cherry St. (Shell Oil Co. Office.) i
this
ffcr the closing:after which a public cciporation that financed construction : so /mtest time but i 000 square foot building at a price tfrng .

hearing will be advertised. !:his spine. of 'a building for Big iudge"t their distance in backing 'ailed. Not really trying to score of 208000. I II 126 N. Court Street

f J, P. Bloodworth. chairman of''! Witnesses told of hearing cries Dad Manufacturing Co.. gave a up roload or'unload and thus a- 1 basket. the. Tornadoes fell be- Surplus property handled by I (Opp. 'CourtHouse)
"
t ih,>? City Recreation Board told j,of "Shoot him again! after Boat financial; report at the request ofthe void damage to vehicles by hitting und at the quarter. 15-5. .'the commission is now stored in HASTINGS MATTRESS I I ---V_ ,-..

the Commission that he and recreation I i wright dropped. but none could Council.In he platform too hard. With the Tornadoes still using :.warehouses at Camp Blanding but & UPHOLSTERY WORKS I PK1TOX FLORIST

director Bob Benner had .identify who did the shouting. other action the Council:' The other suggestion was for heir slow-down methods PKY I will be moved to the new site liP S. THOMPSON ST.
I PHOM WO 44155flITl'TlVi
been requested by the PTA of the Witnesses also claimed ,the Turned down an offer by Her- the banding of 'mail for heavy )}:E-ned the margin at 29-5 at I south of Starke on U. S. 301 when 710 Lemon St. FaLitka FLOUKIISK

PJE School to draw up a list of Starke boys would not let a service man Nettles to purchase timber ncps on the routes to prevent niftime. I I the building is completed. Furniture Repaired, Upholstered \ : \\IHK FLOWIali'wnEnE. -

suggestions of work needed to be station attendant or Boatwright'smother catriers from having to thumb Starke failed to score in the & Refinished
Bradford and the City
from property at the old and new I I County i>tiitnnnt:\ :\rnsF.itr<< IIOMSiJNMl
done for a football field at the call an ambulance or police city;: dumps through an excessive amount of econd period while the third i of Starke jointly donated a 32- MATTRESSES REBUILT Cllre for y"ic child. Fair

added that after the man was hit. mail during rush hours. i Uit 'a. J.loensfci. Phone WO 4-3031,
i hool. Bloodworth a Decided it had no power to tanza found the Tornadoes a acre site, purchased from Lex New
amount of fill will be needed Brown told Duncan that Forsyth The certificates were issued by 'little I Innerspringsand 1126:! X. ThomiMon St. tfch,.
large compel the electrical sub-con7 more willing to shoot but Green for use as the new surplus Box Springs

for this project and asked that had stuck the 30-30 rifle In his tractor on the high school audi- W. L. Crawford. Regional 'Oper- PKY still led comfortably, 44-13, :I property location. Work is now Drop Us a Card or Call FOR MAIM

toe county work jointly with the stomach'and Warren had pointed torium to speed up work which itions Director, at the Atlanta it the quarter's end. I underway on getting the site in P.paiiv. mix concrete, concrete block,
a pistol at him. He said he went 1'-\1.\TK.\ EA 5.9160 'OIH a fence .posts sand cementsMntJjr
city In supplying the nececssary was: said to ber delaying the general :.flice. PKY used substitutes much of shape for construction to begin inU. rock steel, oyster shell
into the service station office to ST.RKE0 4-5934
J:lJ. contractor. the fourth period outscoring the' Liiierork and Roof Gravfl Phone

The board suggested that Blood- phone the sheriff but was threat Exchange Student Tornadoes 21-7 in the final stanza : Is GivenAccreditation UKS. PEGGY SIIALLEIt, Starke, WO4-2521. Bradford Engineering
.BHS Co tfchg:
worth schedule with the ened:: by Forsyth that he would be
set up a Agent
city. and that the county would ,killed if he did. No Pass Signs Plans Are ,Made Dicky Dixon led the Tornadoes tfchg

''ive assistance. Brown said he then went out At Meeting HereThe A-lth: 12 points and Woody Strick- .

Intensified enforcement of laws the back and ran to the nearby Reduce Arrests land scored: six. The Central Reviewing CommIttee EVENING CLASSES for adults. All Call Us For

home of R. L. Morgan to call of the Southern Associationof subjects. Credit if wanted. Write
of
prohibiting; the dumping gar Bradford County. Chapterof Lose To Macclenny Director Box 1190 Starke or rail

bage along highways will be requested police. At Lawtey"No the American Field Service The Baker County Wildcats also Colleges and Secondary WO3071.. or visit Adult Education FIRE

by the board. Commission Collins was struck several times organization held its first meeting handed the Tornadoes a 45-39: Schools recently voted to accredit Office information l'SO Bldg. for tfchg additional AUTO 'a,

member Harold Norman broughtthe by gun butts and had two deep erected Wednesday morning at 9:30: :defeat last Friday night in a Bradford County High School for HOME OWNER
passing"
signs
subject up and other members gashes in his head.: Since every- :last Friday by the State were Road in the Bradford High cafeteria. game played at Macclenny. Billy the 1959-60 school year, aocording TA1I.OK free labor.MADE Mrs. Peggy DRAPERIES Shaller. 209 LIFE

agreed the problem was getting I.body seemed to be hitting at him Department at the controversial Purpose of the American Field Helsabeck and Woody Strickland to information received by -Hugh C.i Adklns St. phone WO 4-5934 tfchg ALL LINES OF

worse. "No' Dumping" signs will "everytime they came, around" he stretch"of Service and its local chapters is each scored 9 points for Starke: B. Ingram. principal. I
U. S. Highway 301 IAP.GE STOKAC3K SPACR For PERSONAL AND
aJto be' ordered from the State :!finally lit out walking on blistered to bring foreign high school students The Tornadoes now have a 7-6 Bradford High School has been rent PullVO 4-iU4.! Itch*
through Lawtey.
Road Department for use in a- feet to Raiford and finally hitchhiking to this country for one record for the season to date. accredited by the Southern Association BUSINESS INSURANCE -
Marshal Brown said the signs
bu&ed on to Macclenny. and send American i In here each year since 1948.
areas.'Clerk.Charles are helping to cut down violationsand year's study to a game played Tuesdayat Income Tax Service
Darby read a letter Witnesses said that Owens was students abroad during the'sum 5 p. m. the BHS girls lost to
that as a result he has made
from the Florida Waterways fi .:llly allowed to load the injured far fewer arrests in recent week!; I mer months. Ocala 41-29. Susan Slade was At The TabernacJe MOX. THRU Fit!. 7 P.\(.-. I H C. VALLAGENCY/

Commission giving information Boatwright into a car and bring Another reason for the sharp John Dodd. Bradford High Stu- high for Starke with 15 pointS. Saturday After 1 P.M.

about its program and the name him to Bradford County Hospital drop In violations is that traffic dent Council President, was elected and Margaret Douglas scored 14. The 'Adult Bible Class of the C. E. HUTCHCSON521

of the chairman for District 5 where multiple blood transfusions has been diverted from the old president of the local chapter V Friday night the Boys A and 'B Gospel Tabernacle has completed Pratt Street

I Gordon Jackson), which Includes .were given after blood was rushedto lane which is being torn up to i and Joe Wood was elected! secre- teams play Bishop ''c"V in I a study: of the New Testamentand IU.II&: 41-1;

Bradford County. The clerk ,was : the Alachua County line from the new lane, which has now been I I tary. Also present at the meeting Jacksonville, while the girls play next Sunday will begn: a 'Insurance Specialists"

instructed to contact the Waterways Gainesville and picked up there Hrnerocked. were Mrs. Bill Graham Tom Hawthorne here at 2:30: p. m. study of First Theassalonians and FOR RENT S lu'droom'urnllhed- PHONE WO 4.4801

group for information ontfte by Deputy Dolph Reddish. Auto- SLide and Rev. Barry Van De- house on Kingsley Lake. All year
In a letter to American
possibility of acquit ing aid in When Brown's call finally venter. repeat the study of the latter round. Apply Sam Rosenberg.FIarie. .
Charles Shuford
mobile Association Headquartersin tfchg
Developing the Santa 1'e River reached Chief Riley Sweat the The group was unanimous in ASPIIU/T! DIIIVF.WAYS
D. C. last week
the board broken and Sweat Washington. Named To Place WAITRESS WANTED Apply in VrtRHH AMMIU.T P\I\O CO.
had
fighting
area. If aid is available, up expressing its desire to bring a Recent Birth)
I Carl JohnS. president of the t person at R & (' Truck Stop Rest- 213 S. rilKltnV STREET
Will}) request a speaker 'rom the went to the county jail havIng Starke-Bradford County Chamber foreign student to Starke during On Hospital BoardC. II aiirant. IfchK MY PhONE W09-20H
Commission U> appear i received a radio message that D. I Rogers of \'R PHONR \\'O1154.1FOR :
Waterways! of Commerce requested that the coming year and efforts will Mr. and Mrs. Fred
FOR SALE -- On Alton Road-1-3
at a board meeting. E. Boatwright had come there the AAA ". reconsider the actIon be made to complete all necessary R. [Charlie! Shuford has Brooker announce the birth of a i m!: home; 1 2-PR home. Small downpayment SALE Red Clover, Costal
$ .
Santa Fe officers. balance Also 2 I.ermuda and I'ensacola Bahla hay.:
Of seeking like rent.
Two residents arrangements as soon as possible.
taken by your organization"and been named by Gov. LeRoy Collins son on Feb. 2 at Bradford County : lotp. Call WO9-1171. Stchg 2/4 IVnsarola) Bahia grass leed. Chickenfertilizer %
who said they were speaking Sweat said the Starke group of B. of J.
Si-ores rescind the "red line" action Hugh Ingram principal to the BrciJford Hospital spread nn your land.
well as left the service station and Hospital. R 'White halforii Rd. 3tp 2.4:.
for their neighbors as i boys taken'against Lawtey. whereby Bradford High. said that he was card succeeding C. R. Whiteheadwho IAREYQU
themselves requested the county deposited their guns at the homeof !in favour GOING TO
of this exchange program -
AAA members traveling to South moved out of the county. Complete T"ee Service
to-illl{ in a road area of about 600 Dick Smith on W. Pratt St., Florida are routed around the and felt that it would be of Shuford presently serving as may- NEED

feet. They said that property :C where Forsyth had borrowed the town. sal benefit to the school and ox of Lawtey, has been in the Civs Pruning Bracing De-Moss-!
done great deal of 30-30. They also left the Lawtey assistance in the prepara- Work Tree Re-
owners$ had a AAA took this action at requestof immunity. He also commended limelight because of his stand HEART lug Cavity -

work .on their property with cement guns there. which they had managed Peninsula Motor Club Officials he student Council for taking the against the Peninsula Motor Clubof tion of 'your 1959 Income moval TransplantingSapp's
that fill is needed to seize during the melee. FUND
but 'nitiative in
bags this matter. Tree
SurgeonsPETE
motor- Tampa In battle
who maintained too many a over an Tax Return?
road. The board inspectedthis The boys then came by the jail
for the its were being arrested in Lawteyfor alleged traffic trap in the town. SAPP, Owner
area during its Monday Sweat said. and he attempted to, Died SEE
in no-passing zon Negress V /
passing a STARKE PHONE WO 43963For
afternoon tour of the Santa Fe question them without) much suc-
0:1 301. Throughout the controversy REIfTUCKERPublic
One of the group wanted, Of Natural Causes
section, cess. W.
C. T.
Lawtey officials maintained J.
coffee, so Sweat said he told themto Bookkeeper
the Autopsy ShowsA
that they were enforcing
HomesteadsApplicatons go to a restaurant on 301 South 120 S. Court StarkePh.
: Liw in an effort to help prevent
"TO SIN BY SILENCE WHEN
and wait there until he came for
Due accidents on a dangerous stretch heart Attack apparently WO 4.985VO, 4-2515

them. of highway. 'aused the death of Annie l .ay THEY SHOULD PROTEST MAKES -
Sweat said he soon went to the
By April 1st In his letter to AAA Johns said: Vfiddox. 60-year-old Alachua
JACKSON nilMMNO PPLT
;rcotaurant and rounded the boys, :: COWARDS OF MEN.
"There are thousands of dollars bounty Negress who .was found Hear Of Big Dad Factory
All'but about 1,000 outstanding up. bringing them .back to jail,,: invested by numerous restaurants lead in Bradford County. about (LINCOLN IN "ECHOES OF 11T I -Hill'' JaefcKva
homestead exemption where they were booked by Deputy I If We batrn't not It HERE. Tl.,
Bradford County 'hree miles from her
and motels located in Lawtey, home. on lu"..' go! It TIIRRH.r .
applications have been Reddish pending Investigation. Storke and Waldo, who are your Jan. 24.The : \ 'r and a.ed baildlag _..,pile*
l'elmned'to assessor's of- E'ANGELISU"A of .terr UmorlpiloB.r .
the tax I inombers and who are greatly affected sheriff's office here has re- iue In and look .r.... and If

ilce In Starke, according to coun- 7oi : by this action of the AAA." eived a telephone report from you doa't *ee what yes nail ask
Gene Long. 9sI Hub f.bamei to Ket It for JOB ..r
ty tax. assessor "Highway 301 Is an economic he Jacksonville pathologist examining rail W04-44MH. tfekg

Long warned that the deadline life-line to these communities and blood specimens. A compete TERWILlEGAR MOTORSHome Tree Surgery Call Our

for- filing applications is April 1, any action that takes traffic off : repot will be made later. It ANXIOUS to sell 1600 Jefferson Etpert
:
$3.00 Ageat
Ct666i County Kennel Club Shares.
aid of the 1.000 still :
that some this road costs us a great amountof vas,said. po'r share. Will: eell 1.000 and 600 224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-S965
out may be missed if they wait I | money locally. Our board feels The woman was found dead in l-;ts only. Contact Alfred Foster,
of Clean A-l Used Cars
Ph WY 7-J313, Monticello.! Fla.
uatil the last minute and then
I that Lawtey has been somewhat i drainage ditch off U. S. 301 4tp 218 FOIL RENT 2 bedroom furnished

pass the date for some reason. unjustly accused and we feel sure V iear the B. T. Thomas Lumber bout to adult Apply at :309 X.
.
FOR SALE Hoover Apartments Water St. ttchg gillsivonn !
---- with the o. south of Starke.
that cooperation
and
-' your ttA cottage, corner E. Madison
. ...: q- -,----- -- -. .- __ .__ ,- situation can be greatly improved Two friends of the woman who S. Church Sts. Contact Owner at sEWTNfi IACHtSE-
\ LATE MODELS TO 118 bodge St., Palatka or phone representative will be in Bradford
being held here material
WPIC as na,.t -3X4'' after 6 pto_ 2tp 8/4 Cu Monday and Friday For er-
vitnesses. have been released. 25' M.e on any make machine write or
I HIV FOR SALE rail Singer Sewing Machine Co. 402
SHOP CHOOSE FROM
QUA Azalea Blight Very attractive: price.. X 1J..ril.n St. or Phone 8 SO, Lake
\ Heart Fund Drive Call FR 2-4506;; Gainesville ('..v. Wr 4tchg2/jS
Methods Given \ 4tchg 2/18 -
I I Activities Set F'R KENT Nice Z story farm
I SIIOPJHV! For ControlAzalea FCJf. SALE 6 room house. 3 bed- liTne; modern convenience 4 mile
For This MonthVictor r-M>ms I.-. S. 301 north :3 miles out. gomh (.f Srarke _Dovle Conner tfchg
Phone WO4V7041 Ztchg 24:
petal blight. the devastating V NEW 1960 FORDS, I'Oi: SALE Oood Gurnaey andHtll..ltln
Frees chairman of the 18" FtlR RENT: 4-room furnished cot- COwS and heifers. Walter
disease that makes azalea tfgf. Electric kitchen. Good beat Martin PJ 1 Lawtey 4Vfc mllei X
Don't Your New Car
Buy blossoms appear to have been I960 Heart Fund Drive in Bradford FALCONS, TRUCKS.CHEA'P1ES er. Adults Ben.-ent Road. Box (,l Sirkaoff; Hlftav *01. Uprv
County has announced tentative 410, Ph ()9-1545. tfehg
dipped in-boiling water, will soon I ,K JiKNT Newly decorated 2
the First StopGO be striking the beautiful blossoms I plans for the campaign. J HOGS PENNED UP at mr place tJ.droom furnished apartment across

on in Florida warns Dr. R. S. Mul- which is being conducted this pwner may contact m*! at home aft {'"n, P.1I.S. Also bachelor apartment
er 4 p. ra. aily. David Woodard. for single man or lady. Newly deco
lin plant pathologist with the %S nonth. Kt 1, POT 172 Ptarke 4tp 2'2! rated. all electric. Call Mrs. Renner
University of Florida Agricultural A house-to-house canvas will I U04-744. US MoMahon St. luhg
FOR SALE Five room Block
Extension Service.To be made on Heart Sunday, later 6 I houf Will sell reasonable. 409 FOR RENT small apartment V

ANYWHERE FOR A PRICE prevent serious damage he this month and a variety show UNDER $150 renter St. Stp %'18 private bath and entrance. Completely
Bachelor
I furnished. Reasonable -
recommends spraying about three will also be presented in late FOH RENT Two bedroom Con- or business man preferred.

lines a week, with zineb, and ad- February with proceeds going to ereta block house with carportPmrhaven pin"_ __ _w'o.-In. ttp

BUT vises to keep all unfolding buds the heart fund. VISIT 4-75. night on or corner' WO9-1271 lot. Phone'day. WO ISO LADIES

ccvered with the spray. Other heart fund officers be- per IWA tfchg
Eirn that extra bjrkhuwinr
money
Dr. Mullln also points out that bides Frees are: Mrs. Dave Paulk Terwillegar Motors Today WHOLESALE MILK Man ''wantf AVON'S beautiful cosmetics -

another disease mushroom root co-chairman; and .S. L. Peek Jr.. f for route in Starke. n-: years'
FOR A BETTER DEAL SEE trea.sw er. old. married. and must be bondable. I as advertised on T. V. and in
rot. occasionally attacks azaleas AND PURCHASE Would prefer that you live in .Kadin magazines. Good earn-
and camellias. He suggests digging The quota is around 1000. surke Apply Sealtest Dairy. 204 Write Oulda C. Sweat P. O.
ings. :
of diseased A CLEAN USED CAR c. W. 5th St Gainesville. Monday
all roots GUARANTEED
and burning -
through Friday from SJO; to 1%. i Box 540 Live Oak, Ha.FR .
plants., Egg Bids Wanted Itchg

Billy DowlingAcross When dieback of camellia or Bank Financing -- 36 Mos To Pay FOR RENT C room house unfurnished I. RENT 4 room furnished
azalea twigs occurs. Dr. Mullin Bids for supplying eggs to of partly furnished with hi'usp bath and garden land.. $10 Mae a-
II mo Phone wO-4.Uti. Mr*
advises trimming the diseased Bradford County.Hospital for the t acre 2 miles. east of Stark on
II Jordan, Rt 1 Box .%1, Starke ItpHOMKS
.).1 Kingsley Lake ,Rd. W. C. E-yrd
twigs back, to healthy wood. The year will be opened at the regular ..#9'dn<-._ Up
diseased twigs should then be meeting of the Board of Trustees NOTICE II HOME*. HOMES
FOR SALE Upright Piano. Excellent Do you want a-h The Street From Set.zer'siI b' l11ed. Tuesday night Feb. 9, at 7:30: p; We Have Expanded Our Service Department To condition $%00. 1220 Blanding your needs and let u* tell you what
Large pruning .wounds should 1 m. All producers of eggs are Invited Saratoga; Height Up we have. Just at this time we have
Take Care Of\AIl Your Service Needs. on exe JI"nt Ht'to .*!eet from.A .
',.' V. .. ..' I be treated with a prepared paste,, I to submit bids before that FOR RENT i bedroom house, on J. Thomas. Realtor

.-.- ---... -.,- .._ __ u_ 0 __' Dr. Mullia said- 1 date. large lot. 344 if. Water St. ItP I Tel WO4-S701
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE. FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVA .



STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1960 .



KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Thompson and Nancy Sutton. Call us: we'll call you", and ask Rites TuesdayFor I fTVTTrTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtl.MELROSE honored on her fifth birthday rrthms were played by all and
Mr. Cherry wishes to commend if won't
you please
I give us a ring
with a gala party at the Happy Shelley presented each guest with
these students. He Urges those now and then. 4127 and help us Andrew Taylor .
; Hoars Nursery School on Jan. 25. ,a balloon to take home.
.
Uy Mary 1(. Schaeffer whose names were not on this get the Activities of the whole
li to stay in there pitching and community into the 1' Keystone I In Jones ChapelAndrew Shelley was given the seat of j) Boys and girls participatingwere
honor for the day beside a table : Art Rose. Max Mullenham
probably ,next period they canmke section of the Bradford 'Tele- By Joyce KothbammerMr.
Honor Roll Students Listed I lley. Cheryl Cherry Carolyn For- Taylor 76. of Melrose. I laden with gifts. As she opened Hal Eisenacher. Jerry Pawlikowsk -
it.Library I
Boys and girls at Keystone I jsythe, and Harold Snellen, Ninth Committee Takes Tour graph CHURCH! NEWS I died! .Sunday morning at the Me- .........&.&....... ... them she placed them in a box :. Ricky Warren. Tommy

Heights School have been putting I lGaders I : dical Center in Gainesville aftera decorated: by all her classmates. Pawlikowski, Howard Murphy.
: Dianne Barbara Mr. I
Brokas and
Mrs. Mrs.
Roy Watkins, Mrs. Community Church News Andrew P. Dunk
out some good work of late, and wm'l : I! brief illness. Born in Aberdeen. After the candles Da\id Crilly. Beth Jackson,
left
'Diake, Tommy Thompson and B. Dawson, Miss Anna Community Church members as Sunday for Memphis Tenn., were blown
tae following were on the honor ,Scotland on Oct. 31, 1883 Mr. out and "Happy Cnaion Marco. Peggy Thompson
Nancy Sutton.Boys' lough Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Holt..well as all Keystone Heights 'residents where they will make their Birthday" sung
roll for the third 6-week period. I Taylor had been associated with Patty McGlavE Debbie: Jones
1 1i refreshments of ice :
Dr. and Mrs. F. M. Gaige and ; are sad to hear of the home. Mrs. Dunk is the daughter cream andcap
Fourth Grade: Gerald Sheets, ;i and girls who made the pass-I'I the Star Baking Co. at Cleveland.
1 Mr.and Mrs. J. O. Hansen all ing of Mrs. A. J. Hall wife of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Rob- cakes were sen ed. Games and [Continued On Next Pare
Ginger Bleasdale. Roxarta Vallde- Honor Roll for the entire first I Ohio for many years- He had lived irson.
members of the Keystone Heights late Rev. A. J. Hall, who was
jali. Nancy Cherry, Connie Byrd at Melrose since his retirementten :
semester were as follows: Fourth Woman's Club Library Committee ;raster of the Community Churchfor I Herb flowers of Adel, Ga. is I
Richard: Purdy Johnny Muir, Leslie ( years ago.
Grade: Ginger Bleasdale Roxana were on a tour of libraries, years until his death several visiting his aunt and uncle. Mr.
Beam. Daniel Hinck. Marcia Valldejuli Nancy Cherry Connie one day last week, visiting in'i'years ago. She was beloved and Mr. Taylor was a 32nd Degree ,I and Mrs. Dave Tillman.: REDFEARN'S GUARANTEEDUSED
1h.berstroh. Glen Few Jimmy Mason. a Shriner, and a memberof
Richard I
jBjrd Purdy Johnny Trenton, Mayo, 'and Live Oak. respected as waj her husband Russell Keener of Houston,
Wildt, Diane Thomas, Jacqueline'jMuir' ; Leslie Beam, Marcia Haber- They were interested in finding fcy the many who mourn her Besides the Presbyterian Church. Texas was a recent guest of his j
Godwin his wife Eva Bon-
Rose
Dorothy Hardenbergh. ,
I stroh, Glen Few Diane Thomas, ways to improve circulation and death;! mother, Mrs. Ernie Howard and
Ann Triest Barry Wyman. In the fig Taylor of Melrose he is sur-
Dorothy Hardenbergh Jacqueline -. to make the library more usefulto The new Board of Trustees and sister Mrs. Bette St. Amour. TV & ,APPLIANCES
Fifth Grade ned by three} Mrs.
: Susan Bird. Stefan daughters
Godwin
Gerald Sheets. Ann Mr. and
subscribers. They enjoyed the new Board of Stewards have Mrs. Glen' Binkley of
Brokas Marshall Beam. Patti 'TYiest.j and Jimmy' Wildt. Fifth i luncheon in Branford. reorganized as follows: Board of Margaret Pavlik- and- Mrs. Dorothy Schonnavon Saskatchewan,

Brannon Sharon Glover and "Grade: This list not given. Sixth Ham Dinner This Evening Trustees: Chairman Mr. Frank ( Claire both of Cleveland. Cmada: are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Terry King, Mickey Jackson, Grade: Norma Valldejuli, Carol You are'remmded Ohio and Mrs- Florence Ranboltof VV. R. Campbell
that this Ilgen; Secretary, Mrs. Richard after touring
Betsy Glisson Tommy Tries:' I Warren Renee Belote Linda Anthony evening the Keystone Heights Sunderland; Finance. Mr. G. Detroit Mich.; one brother, Florida. 21" Zenith Table Model with stand.

Mary A. Law, Elaine Lovorn, and and Jane McMurtry. Sev- Woman's Club is having a ham Raymond Starnes. Mr. William two sisters, and eight grandchil- Mrs. F. W. Buddington and her New Picture Tube and New Set
Gerald Lovorn. In the Sixth
enth Grade: Steve Shackleford, iinner at the Club House starting Beam Mr. R. A. Gaunt Mr. dren.Funeral sisters, Mrs. Lula Oliver and Mrs.
Grade: Carol Warren. Renee Be- services were held at Warranty .
Carol Stephenson and Cathy.' at 5:30: and serving until '1:00.Don't : Frank Harris. Mr. Robert Hendry. Pearl Lee of Middleburg. and $100
tote Linda Anthony : 3:30: p. m. Tuesday in.the Jones \
Mike Weeks
,
Williams. Eighth Grade: HerbertNeL Mrs. Juanita _
worry if you don't have a Mr. Herman Schroeder; Church Downing of Jacksonville ., ;
and Memorial Chapel at Starke. with
Janie McMurtry. Seventh >on. Jr.. Reba Hall. Roberta ticket. They can be purchased promotion. Mr. G. E. Wiggins. were guests of Mrs. JohnS.
Graders: Steve Shackleford, Carol Sibley, Cheryl Cherry, Carolyn the ; Rev James R. Neale Jr. of the Griner
door. With Mrs. A. F. Crosbyas Board of Stewards: Chairman, recently
Stephenson. and Cathy Wil.. I Fovsythe. Harold Snellen, Marlene general chairman and withWoman's Bill Few: Clarence Sipe. James Melrose Presbyterian Church and Duplicate Bridge 21" Philco; Table Model ..,' 45 Day
liams. Rev George Farrar of the Melrose
Eighth Graders
: HerbieNtason Linsin, and Richard Mon- j the Club behind her, McEachern; Fellowship, Mrs. S. Winners at the Melrose Duplicate Warranty
Methodist
Reba Church officiating. a
Hall Roberta Sib- nejharn. Ninth Grade: Tommy this should be E. $75
I a extra-special Kennedy [ Board Secretary, DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Bridge Club last week were .
alter Herbert Sargeant high I tie] Mrs.
; Education was in charge of arrangements. ; Mary Cook and
Marta-Jean's Conditorei Bake Shop "I Fought 1 Saw A PuddyCat"It Howard Tucker. William Warren: Miss Sallie Mansfield, ,Miss Iva ,

all happened so fast on Saturday Communion, Mrs. W. J. Grolick, COMMUNITY CHURCH Hiilyer 'and Mrs. John Strawn; 21" Hotpoint Table Model -- New

Open 9A.M.to6.1 L Monday Thru Saturday night that Jim Hetherington Mis. R. A. Gaunt. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS M cohd. Miss Bessie Rutherford Set -

PIES AND CAKES OUR SPECIALTY wasn't sure whether he sawa The Rev. Peter Deyneka, founder Dr. Albert C. Holt Minister and Mrs\ Mary Pearsall; third, I Warranty $100

ALSO CATERING FOR PARTIES "puddy-cat" or not. but he and general director of the Mrs J. L. Httherington Mrs. Allen Graham and Mrs. Bee I'

knew he, hit something-whatever Slavic Gospel Association will be Organist and Choir Director Cooper.

Call 4148 or 4154 Keystone Heights it was that Jumped out of the guest speaker on Sunday, Feb. 7. Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morn- Shelley Holden 21" RCA Almost New Repossession

brush onto the road in front of Himself a Russian he' has been Celebrates Birthday I
11:00
ing Worship a.m.
..
his car. Jim and his wife Gloria working for 25 years throughthis Little Miss Shelley Holden was I New Set Warranty $ 100

were driving home from an organization to spread the ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL :
r IN REAL ESTATE evening! of bowling in Gainesvilleon gospel to Russia Poland. Yugoslavia CHURCH, KEYSTONE ;.HAIR. OFF

Saturday night when it hap- and other Slavic Countries. 12Cu. Ft. Amana Freezer ... Looks

3-Hed Room, Living Room, Kitchen and Garage, Large p ned. When they backed up to There will be an important Rev. M. H. Breyfogle VicarSunday FOREVERUnsightly
investigate sure enough it wasa of -730; ,a. m., Holy Communion Bad Runs Good -
Lot, Paved Road. Five Blocks to "Downtown.:" $11,500, meeting the officers and tea- $35
9:30
: : a. m.. Sunday
for-real wild cat which Jim chers of the Sunday School on
with $4,500 Down. School: 9:30: a. m., Morning Prayer -! Excess Facial :
estimated weighed about 30 Ibs! Monday. Feb. 8, at 7:30 p. m..in t
Lake Lots have idea what made it and .I Sermon (Holy Communioneach II Flair Removed ; '
They \
Some Bargains for Cash. You can now no the Educational Building. Several Good Used Refrigerators
get 'Next Year's "Lost Opportunities." jump out into the road. Couldit The Luncheon Meeting of the first Sunday]: 6:30: p. Permanently

have been curiosity? Community Church Women on Young People meet. m"1, I Bargain Priced From toREDFEARN'S
Brand New Homes on, Paved Street Low )Down Pay Has 'Holy Days-7:30 p. m.. Ij $35 $100
Cynditorei ReopenedOn Monday,. Feb. 1, at Park of the '
j
ments. Lake Access. Near Golf Course. to Communion. '
$9,000 Saturday Jan. 30. Marta- Palms was well attended. About I Edmund a w... 1
$15,500. P.ILA. Financing.S. Jean's Conditorei reopened for 100 ladies gathered to hear the 1I I
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
business in their same storeroomnext Rev. Norman Townsend of theN Dwyer I

E. M KA Y REALTOR to the 5 & 10 but with several E.. Sunday School Association, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

new features. Keystoners are who was the guest speaker at the J. R. Smith pastor- Ralph I Ele trologist'

Keystone Heights Phones 3071 2051- 4151 happy to see this cute little .shop Luncheon Copeland, Minister of Music and 107 W. University Ave.

Melrose Phone Granite '5-2963 pen again ,and to know they : first Baptist Church: church organist .
Gainesville FR 2-8039
Fla.
-- Keystone Heights
tan always?getthe.best: in baked On Sunday morning Jan. 31, Services: Sunday School,.8:45: I i

goods at reasonable prices. For an important resolution was read a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. --" '---- : ,

J J. & L APPLIANCES the benefit of those who don't before a full sanctuary, and approved Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening .. ,_ .=-- : } ; ': '= -':'"
& PLUMBING
know and hate to ask "Condi by the entire congrega- Cervices 8 p. m.

torei" is Bake Shop in German. tion. This resolution was an indication "Make church worship a family
HEATING-AIR CONDITIONINGFeaturing Need we add that it does not of the respect and con- affair"

mean "air-conditioned"?? Store fidence the parishioners have.for tv ,

hours are 9 a. m. to 6 p.'m., Mon- their pastor; Rev. J. R. Smith, S!. William'* Catholic Chapel

MCMILLAN HEAT PUMP day through'Saturday.' and his wife and family. ? Keystone Helghta

Located Next to Barber Surprise Birthday Party Rev. Smith begins his third Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m.
Shop Keystone Heights Mrs. R. C. Pekie was the hon- year as pastor of the church next Holiday Mass at 7:00: a. m.

Phone Keystone 4126 oree at a Surprise party at her Sunday, Feb. 7, and it is requested Tuesday Mass at 8:00: a. m.

home when her friends and that every member of the i Confessions,, before all Masses.

piece Grade: A neighbors came bringing gifts to church be present as a special I. Baptisms, marriaeea and Instructions

10-yr. Gas Hot Water wish her many happy returns on evidence of their love and thanks by appointment. I

Bathroom Set her birthday. There was a cak., for his efforts during the past

Heater 30 Gal. and cookies and goodw
punch two years. Nelson last'' weekend.We .
Complete With All ;\hes a-plenty. Guests included The three circles met this weekat ; .
are glad to hear that Mrs.
Valves l Etc Mrs. W.. Muhlhofer and Mrs. various homes and had most
: R. C. Pekie is on the.way to recovery -
$65- Wally Muhlhofer. Jr.. Mrs. C. L.Sie interesting meetings.Due .
after a bout with the flu.
$115.00TV Mrs. W. L. Reynolds, Mrs. to the abundancce of virus Mr. and Mrs. George Kauffmanand

I Frank: Price and Mrs. Cora Mar- bugs" making the rounds only children of Orlando visited

shburn. the Girls' Ensemble plans to 'attend Mis. Kauffman's mother Mrs. R. With Aluminum

Antenna Installed 27.50 Interesting Club Meeting I the State Music Festival at C. Pekie last weekend.

1.2 in.' Grade A Galv. Pipe 13c ft. Last Tuesday the ladies'ot the Ocala on Friday evening.St. Weekend guests of Mrs. Cora Silver

Keystone Heights Woman's Club Anne's Episcopal Church:. Marshburn 'were her son, Edward Liningt
1.2 in. Galvanized Ells 15c their' regular monthly Millard Breyfogle
ea. enjoyed Rev. and Mrs. and his sons Eddie and
luncheon meeting. The' meetingwas the pastor and his'wife, Robert..
3-4 in. Grade A Galv. Pipe 17c ft.
well attended as everyonewas were in attendance at the 117th

Lead a 22c lb. anxious to hear Mrs. j. W. Annual Council? of the Diocese NOTICE. TO DEPEND
'
speak on the various the Seventieth An- I. Circuit ('..rt. Bradford County,1 4384
Strange cf Florida and .
4 in. Cast Iron Double Hub Pipe 90c ft. Florltla: I. Chaarrrr.C .
agencies and functions of the nual Meeting of the Episcopal' *-* \.. 12-837: I
RECORDS United Nations. What might have Churchwomen of Florida, at St.', Emojean Hall Walnwright. Plaintiff
vs Pan C. Wainwright Defendant (
l dull "heavy" subject CAPACITY
been a or Jonn's Cathedral m Jacksonville ,

}eras, through Mrs. Strange's en- Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday NOTICE TO' APPEARTo

gaging personality, most interesting Jan. 26, 2'1. 28. At these reeldecte: Dan'and C. Wainwright address! h': whose 10-27) :

vital,.and instructive. Several meetings reports on all depart- Highland Avenue., Jamaica 32, L. I. .
people said it was by far the ments of the work. of the Diocese N."yo'u V.

most interesting meeting of this were given. The 'guest speakerswere suit for are divorce hereby etc.notified has been thata filed .
Isn't This the BEST %VayFinailce' season. The Right Reverend Char- I against!' you in the above named a. CONDUCTS COLD
hereby
Court and cause and you sire -
Welcome Back ,Wally les Alfred Voegeli. S. T. D.. Missionary required to serve a opy of your
A number of Keystoners are Bishop of Haiti and The answer or pleading to the complaintnn -- 4 TIMES FASTER

To Car? feeling secure again now that Mist Reverend Philip Carrington. the P.Plaintiffs O, Box 547 AttorneyMaek, Stark. Florida S.Kuteh -.

a they know someone is overseeingtheir D. D.. Litt. D.. Archbishop of Que-I and file the original in the office r THAN STEEL
childrens' comings and goings bec and Metropolitan of the Pro- I of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 15 day of
to and from' school. The vince of Canada. Archbishop Car- February. 19U; otherwise the allegations
The school boy and girl patrolsare rington's subject was "The Bible or said Complaint will betaken
The is "YES" a bank loan can often save all confessed by you.
answer
fine, but there must be a responsible Today." This notice shall be publishedonce
I
.
you important money on your car financing charges. adult to direct their The Episcopal Churchwomen of : each: week for four consecutive ; r >
activities. We were sorry to,have St. Anne's met yesterday morn- graph.weekain. the Bradford County Tele!' a y p a I N T Counter-Bilanc&dr

Jpck Haberstroh resign from the at 10 a. m. Mrs. Charles M..King I Dated this I day of January 190
You have nothing to lose and force but realize the City LaMee were I (SEAL) LidSweatProof
ONE THING SURE: police and Mrs. Lawrence CHARLES; A. DAR Y.I ONLY
the facts and FIGURES.So Clerk job is enough to keep him program chairmen. A report of Clerk of the Circuit Court. .
plenty to gain by getting
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. .
busy all the time. But now wesee the Annual Council Meeting was / 1/14 4t 214; "

see Wally Muhlhofer is backon given, the highlight of which was .r._ r' at V'

why not come in and let us tell you exactly what it the job and we are sure that 'the address by Sister Marjorie Ja Eighth The CTrrBlt J>4toUI Ctmrt Clrralt.Of FUrUU.Ia And, $ '. e '

Wally is fond of children, and Raphael of St. Margaret's Con Per Bradford ftmttr I. ChaBrery.Robert 0 ,
will cost to finance'a new or used car the BANK q95
you has their best interest at heart. vent, Port-au-Prince. Haiti. X. Sellers. Plaintiffvs- :
Ida Lee Seller. Defendant
LOAN So-Welcome back. Wally. will '
WAYS The E. Y. C. boys and girls NOTICE .
Why Keep Semis meet at Trinity Church in .Melrose To Ida Le Sellers, residence ad '. Interior '
have said before we address unknown. iTJ
Feb7.
As we on Sunday evening You are hereby notified that a .
Then make your own comparisons, draw your own conclusions arcnt mind-readers we have no Thursday Feb. 11. St. Anne's complaint for divorce has been : '

.,. and act on your own good judgment.WE crystal ball and mental telepathy Women are invited to a Dessert filed against to serve' you*. ropy and of you your are Answer required .': '"et.:.J.. ; '
not one of our talents. We Bridge at the Trinity Parish of Pleading to the Complaint Its- *
think that our reporting 1 '.on the plaintiffs attorney, A. J. JLi: '
would like to House in Melrose. The time is --- : : --.
(Thomas, Jr. 2C3-!05 X. Temple 3-
is representative the p. m. For reservations call Mrs. Avenue Starke. Florida and file the
THINK YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU INVESTIGATED entire community and we like to 1:. Wahlquist. 55383. (original Answer or Pleading In the ,
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
that know most of the :
feel we Personals Court ,on or before the 22 day of
I people in the comunity, but we Mr. and Mrs. James McEachern February liCO. If you fail will to be do taken so, "We Service '',Everything We, Sell" .
Decree Pro Confesso
A
all the
to get
just can't seem will have their weekend relief demandedin u
as against you for the
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKMember news that should be readily available :nest the Rev. Peter Deynekat of the complaint. '
ordered at Starke.
what with all the things Pone and
s 1 Chicago. Rev. Deyneka will A.P. ,
i Florida this IS day of January
I that go on In Keystone Heights.W ,j preach at the 'Comunity Churchon lug REDFEARN'S

F.D.I.C. !: should be most grateful if Sunday morning and in the /SCharles A.Court Darby
Clerk Circuit
A Friendly Bank In a Friendly Community people would tell us what theyor evening, he will be at the Hope Bradford County Florida .
their neighbors have been do- By JS! | Marion L Crosby Keystone Heights
4251 9391
Baptist Church.Mr. lieputy Clerk PHONE or.
Keystone Heights, Fla. ing lately that might be of inter- j I and Mrs. J. W. Strange \Sl George H. Pierce .. .

est. We would like to reverse the house-I Attorney For Plaintiff -
r j jJ from Eustis, Fla, were Starke; Florid I --- :
J old Hollywood 1&1ng.I"Don't >guests of CoL and Mrs. Divia 1/1 ft 2:11: -




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PAGE EIGHT -- -- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE-FLORIDA THTRSDAY, nn Ul\RY'f.19U

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YYYYTYYTTTTTTTTYVYYMELROSE /t Tuesday night when they playedSt. t the boys' 58 points as they beat and Mrs. T. W. Tatum. II family Wednesday. Jacksonville visited Mr.: and Mrs. AOTICK OK SALE graph.

Joseph's Academy in St. Aug1 1 the Bell girls. 5849. Fine defensive Mrs Lula Mae Mosley and son Mrs Verlie Johns and Mrs. M. Bob Thomas on Sunday- j, Notice to a is final hereby decree given of that foreclosure pureuant Dated this 13 day of January

Uitine. In a former game this play was turned in by the of Clay Hill spent the weekend O. Harrell were visiting Mr. and Dr. and Mrs. Harry* Merchantand entered in cause: numbered 12- WQ. CHARLES DARET.,

season, Melrose had defeated St. ]Melrose guards. For the winners. with Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Griffis !Mrs. Herman Harrell and family daughter Betsy, of Gainesville ii:: !Jn the Circuit Court of Bradford Clerk of the Circuit Court
.AApAAAAAAAAALLLLAALAAAContinued i County. Florida, I will sell the .
property
Joseph: 64-50. 1[Laurell Jones had 27 and Virginia and family. o! Santa Fe Sunday afternoon. visited Mr. and Mrs. R.\J. Thomas -' situated in Bradford County By( Marian.) L Crosby- ,, Deputy Qlerb.SEA

( from Page 7) The second quarter proved to ]Ford had 25 points. Ima Jean Mrs. Lois Carter and sons hadas Mr. and Mrs. Al Rains of High and baby! on' Sunday.) Florida, described as: -. lilt 4t !I1NOTici
Lot 7, Block 1. Pinehaven, '
be the decisive one of the game. Phiknan] had 30, points for the Sunday guests Mrs. Doris Den- Springs visited Mrs. Mamie Hodges Birthday Supper '! to plat thereof, recorded according in- -
Holden and INTENTION
: OF
J3iiine Betsy
Gay,
Melrose out-scored St. Joseph in ]losers. mark, Calvin and Jack Clemons ; Wednesday evening.. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas Plat Book 2, page 65. current pub. TO lUCGI-TER FICTITIOr SAME

Shelley Holden. I', every other quarter. In this quar- Friday night Melrose will be at of Miami,and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mr. Cecil Davis and children of and family Mr. and Mrs. Paul lie Florida.at records. of Bradford County, Notice is- hereby given that 'the
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Church Circle Meets under provisions
for the Mabel I ter st. Joe scored 15 points while C edar Key for a game with the Denmark of Jacksonville. Fort Jacksonville, S. C., visited Faulkner and family of' Gaines,': public sale, to the highest and, of undersigned Chapter IO.S5J Lat the of Florida,

The program the Bulldogs scored only 9. At f Sharks which should be one of :Mr. and Mrs: J. C.',Pringle and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges and vile Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis door rest bidder of the for Bradford cash, at the South Acts of 1M1. will register with the

Pearsall Circle Church of the Wednesday Melrose I the half, St. Joe led 23-18. In 1 lie; best of the season. The family of Palatka spent Saturday I I'Mrs. Mamie' Hodges Saturday Mid family, and Meed Lewis, gavea house in Starke Florida CountvCourt between for rierk Bradford of the Circuit County Court Florid in. upon and

Methodist on i the final half, Melrose scored 13 f Sharks are 10-3 for the season with Mr. and Mrs. Otis Brewer i night. The little girl is staying birthday supper for their mother 11:00 A M. and 2:00 P M. on Feb receipt of 'proof of publication of
of "Mis- mart8th
study A. D.
afternoon a 1J60.
was I j. points in each quarter while St. against Melrose's 12-3 record. and family. with her grandparents while her Mrs. E. ILLewis of Starke on (SEAL) this notice the fictitious name of
slons. The theme presented was I ''I'III Starke ilotot Court 739 Tempi
for light has Joe scored ,12 points in each Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Waters and mother, Mrs. Davis, is in the hos- Wednesday.Mrs. 1 CHARLES A DARBY ClerkBy Ave. Starke, Florida under which, ,
Shine, II Marian
L
"Arise your quarter. Their lead from the second { TRINITY EPISCOPAL sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Bu-' P. B. Davis and' Mrs N. J. j. G. Frank Godfrey Crosby Attorney we are are engaged tn business.
Lord
pital.Mr.
of the
come and the glory I Thomas L. and Helen Cook 739
has risen upon you" It was a quarter was sufficient for CHURCH. MELROSERev. ford Higginbotham .in MaxviUe. and Mrs. Cad Scrives and Davis were shopping in! Gainesville It 1J28OTICE Temple Are.,' Starke Florida, solo
them to coast to 47-44 win. of Jacksonville visited Mrs-
a on Sunday. son on Saturday. > owners.
study of how the "Light of God M. H. Breyfogie Vicar TO DI'tXDI. of A-
January
12
this day
Clay Gooch was top scorer for Mr. and Mrs: H. E. Priest and .Mimic Hodges over the weekend. .. Cirrait Court, Bradford Cv.. and Truth" is brought, by our Sunday-10 a. m., Sunday Florida D 19KO at Stark County
: the night with 19 big points for family had as Sunday guests Mr. 'Mr, and Mrs. Wilson Green and !. The ('0..tr Judge' Court IB CkaBeerr.Ca Florida.
or
missionaries, to the superstitious! I School; 11:15: a., m., Morning e Nil. I2--CKJ ,
: 4
lilt! 4t /
St. Joe. Teammate Ronnie Sanchez a"d Mrs. Murray Williams, Joe girls visited Mr. and Mrs. Dave Itradford County, Florida, IB Henry DonibroskI Plaintiff vs.
and fearful peoples of Africa. Prayer[ and Sermon Holy Communion 1'robatrJn ,
added 14 points for the win Allender.! and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Green on Saturday.Mr. Margaret Holleman Dombroski, De -
hostessfor RE: Estate of John VV. Wil- fendant..NOTICE.
Mrs. Leslie Price was I each first Sunday; 7:30
ners. Williams and sons 'of Lake City. and Mrs. Junior Stokes and lard. Dei-rased. TO APPEARTo NOTICE OF IX'fKKTIOV
the meeting which was held I',. m. Young People meet. 1'0 WRCITKn FICTITlOfSAMK: ,
High scorer for Melrose was !, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddish attended children of High Springs visited NOTICE TO CREDITORS : Margaret Hollcman Dombros- is that the :
Notice herebrgiven
in her home. Miss Mattie Farnsworth Holy Days-10 a. m., Holy Com- All ,persons having claims" or demands ki..whose residence and address is:1 I
I Larry Cooper with 16, followed by funeral services for Mrs. Mrs.; H. E. Stokes and Ruby on against the estate of John L'XKXOWX. i undersigned under the provisions'
was program leader, assisted mlmion..YYYYVVVYY..r.yr.y.ny. \\*, I', i.f Chapter =(*.'d3. Laws of Florida, i
I'I'J Willard. debased,
Mark Gaboardi with 13. Calvin Edna Dortch in 'Gainesville on Sunday.Mrs. are hereby You are hereby notified that a''' will I with the
1911. register
Arts of
by Mrs. W. H. Austin and notified and required to file their suit for *
Mrs. Robert Evans, who took the O'Steen, who usually hits in thehigh I Thursday.Mr. H. E. Stokes and Mrs. claims in the office of the County jsajnst you divorce in the has above been filed named a- i "erk! of the Circuit Court in and I
scoring category, was unableto and Mrs. Clifton Smith of 'Donald Stokes were shopping in Judge of Bradford County Court and cause and you arel't'- j for Bradford County Florida upon of 1:
parts of Christian converts.Mrs. in the Court Hou 't'.jpt of'proof of publication
A- J. Witherspoon, chair- score a single point. II LAWTEYAj \ state'Farm visited the L. S. Tan-I'Gainesville on Monday. Starke Florida County within eight'Iorida,1 !guired or to pleading serve a copy the of complaint your answer j'I I' this notice, the fictitious name of It

Back home again Friday night, ners on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hardee, Jr, dar months from the date on the Plaintiffs Attorney; Martini j !SJarke.Asphalt) Paving Company,
for the circle conducted the I. I 1? !S Cherry St. :Starke. Florida.. i
man first! publication of this notice, :
or J.
Peaty 102
Parris Island. N. C. and Mr. Law Exchange Building -i
Melro.se took on the Bell Bull Mr. and Mrs. Billy Torode and of 1 in
,
business meeting and gave the lira. JOTCO T. Fut.-. the same' will become void accordin Jacki.on\ilU, 2 Florida and file | 'md r which we are engaged 'I
Benediction. dogs. Melrose scored their 12th son of Gainesville spent Sunday ,and Mrs. Lloyd Wood of Jackson- ? to law. This January 23, I960. the original in the office of the I hu'flt'-I!. '
closing prayer and win of the season against 3 losses uAu.AAAAa.au.ssaMr' with Mr.. and Mrs. Fred Moore ville were the weekend guests of First lublicatlnnJanuary '' Clerk _Those present were Mrs. Carl JS, 1960. the 15: day of February UGOj' St.; .k". FU I owner and James L.
Berkelman, Mrs. Lester Neefus, as they coasted to a 58-44 win.! and :Mrs. Earl Teston and and family. I the W. E. Bigham Jr. family. ,SPATRICIA.' MARY HYMAXAdministratrix otherwise the allegations of said; Jidrewj!! 602 Alton! Rd. gtarke, PU. I
Melrose jumped to a 17-7 first Mr. and Mrs- Bill( Pendarvis and Party of "the Estate of Complaint will be taken as confesed -t! owner
Mrs. George Farrar, Miss Mattie j family were guests of Mr. and i John W. Willard. -deceased.Hollis by you. |' "T"ted' this nth dar of January J
quarter lead and lengthened the.I, Mrs. Lula Pendarvis visited Mrs. [ A come as you are party: was '
Farnsworth, Mrs. W, H- Austin. Mis. .Marion Tucker in Jacksonville i V. Knight, This notice shall ',f' published A. P. lion! fIt Starke Ifradtord f t
lead to 36-19 at halftime. Bell !; Alice Carter in Duval Medical I given at the Community Center Staike, Florida, once each week for four consecutive,Aunty, Florida. '
Mrs. Robert Evans, :Mrs. G. B. outscored, Melrose in the last on Sunday. Center in Jacksonville on Sunday. for Miss Patty Bigham in honorof Attorney- for',Adm. nlstratrlx._ weeks in the Bradford County- Tele-. I/U It4\ I
1128 4t 2/18
Whitehead Mrs. A. J. Witl er- Our community was grieved to I : .
half, 25-22 but were never a serious Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raulerson her thirteenth birthday. -
spoon, and guest, Mrs. John A. learn of the passing of Mr. Carl land <" -
threat. daughter's Sunday guests were There were twenty-eight .
R') S, of New York. ;Lewis Hilliard, who was the I -I t
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Tison of present for the party. guests\\
High scoring Larry Cooper was :
The next meeting will be at :Senior Deacon of the First Bap .
Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs. W. E. Bigham: Jr.,
held to 10 points for the game } COR
the home of Mrs. Carl Berkel=: 11 tist Church. Our love and .sympathy ( ROTOR.
and Mrs. Bill Burney and Mrs. Lloyd Wood, and Mr. and :
man the last Wednesday in February !but Calvin O'Steen' once 'again i II is extended to his wife and
took top Melrose scoring honors' family and Everitt,, Burney, of' Mrs. L. L. Hardee Jr. were the :
fas 2.
with Mrs. John A- Ross members of his family. "
program leader. with 20 points. Johnny Prevatt Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smart and Jacksonville visited Mrs. Georgia I II chaperones. TV. marvel

Melrose Bows To St. Joe; added 14 more for the winners. .daughters of Jacksonville, visited I Ann Sapp on Saturday- Mrs. Ray Wilson and daughter. scans the skies

Whips Bell Colin Rolling led Bell scoring Mis. Mattie'Henderson during the Charles Tanner and Richard Robin of Jacksonville are

The Melrose I|with 15The weekend.Mr. May spent Friday, and Saturday spending several days with her I
Bulldogs suffered
I ,with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tannerin Groover Thomas. : like radar to .
mother. Mrs.
their third loss of the season I Melrose lassies matched and Mrs. Joe Shuford and I "(' Ii pull in better
Jacksonville. Sun-
Linda Sue Thomas spent
,
I children, of St. Augustine, were i b

ford weekend and guests Dave.of Mrs. John Shu- Rev.Lake and City Mrs.vicited Edgar old Wilkinsonof friendson day Mr.with and Elaine Mrs. Buddy Crosby Waters of Starke.of J s. y pictures on your set !

Sunday. Rev. Wilkinson l was a
.
ivAkESYARMINCSEASON Friends of John Brown will regret j ___
B to learn that he is still on former Church.pastor of the First Baptist I I

the critical list. Among his visitors AUTOMATICALLY
gzlJROTATl-S AIMS
YOUR
We, are sorry to report that WILLIAMS J ANTENNA
this week were Mr. and Mrs
Van Futch and daughters, andS Warren Boatright is a patient in to track down the best r- \ atraigfet at the eendinfc I

Of The Hidden Danger 01Termites J. and Melvin Futch, of Jack the Bradford County Hospital i f JEWELRY possible picture on every f\4 tower of the enaned I
Don't forget to attend the next I A channel. I
sonville. you want
__._ .__.__ ..
Mrs. Brad Norton and daughter PTA meeting on Tuesday night, r
Feb. 9. .- WATCHES DIAMONDS I m WflUU TOO Un TV TUMBLE with weak or snowy picture sad"ghosts" -
!
accompanied Mrs. Selma .Eunice READ WHAT ACTUAL USERS,UY! ,I
1 REPAIRSAll OB to many channels Like moil p.oplelou're
prob-
to Jacksonville on Saturday I Hundred of tkotua* ably in a location where TV signals i come from many directions
Work Guaranteed are MM in td i. 'fV
sue*+
Mr., and Mrs.: Bryant Reddish reception
fYTTYTYTYVTYTTTTTTYYYTT I -not Jut the one Jour antenna ayes fet up to freee I
had as guests during the weekend A. C. Williams i areas fast like years ,

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lynch and BROOKER 142 W. Call St. I WHAT n 80 M90T ITt Make your antenna work S or 4 times moreefficiently tUll STATIONS, Btmt PICMU. We Ian

daughter, Miss Lois Kirk, and Starke Fla. and brink is the test possible picture from any Sots of company from far and near, eel
\ Fred of Jacksonville r direction.! What you need ie the TV marvel that
Bennett and causes your they all say we jet more elation :'mi I
MrsJ.. O. Pons and children of By Barbara Sue\ Davis Formerly Roberts Jewelry : :.aaUnaa to Circle and Detect like Radar-the CDR ROTOR. lave a better picture than they 4., The '

Tallahassee.Mrs. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4Marvin I I II CUV U 6NE-TWO-THUEI Here' all you do 2 to pull in clearer. colt ROtot can not be beat. j

Henry Bennett of Jacksonville ttajper tinnier pictures -Irlq.C.J.IICC....,,..e......Xaaeje I
IS HERE Mann and little John
is spending this week with Freeman are in Kings Memorial I ,. fur tally Skytvup Direction Stltettr. ** CDS't Iteu- "STATIONS WE NEVER IIEAMEI OF CETTIM' Com* I
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Sapp. Was Bt*'Control Cd.... in clean,and clear.,We ne-ver receirtJ real l
Mr. and Mrs.Harry Bowen and Hospital in Lake Butler with the HEALTH FACTSDr. pleasure out of TV till we got the, new

Watch for swarms of so-called flying antsor Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowen of flu. I Rater .! tJU hue _/ your r"./- Mr and Mrs. G. W. Davis,. L.' F. Potter New York pUt4 eireZe t& ,.. sa Ae fieturt Clearer than !
Baldwin and A. Q. Smith of Star- ever before.I suutuma n men' igiinits. ><. "
damaged woodwork in your hme. Barbara Sue and John were the tpeciaibt in orthopedics states though antenna U .. *
ke. were visitors at the First Bap- my a very good Icouldn't
I a Lift row f ffr from f*. Selector and
Sunday luncheon guests of Mr. your antenna autoaiatioaL'y (
tist Church on Sunday. "After practicing medicine for 15 locJU ill get a true, sharp im c". Sine I

CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATE The Ersley' Norman family :and Mrs.' Richard>avis of Jack years and spinal orthopedics for petition. Installing a cog aoio, ray pictures are
sonville. Later in the afternoon, Simple lent ItT So clearer,sharper,steadier.My set behaves
moved )o Brooker on Friday. 10 I am daily astonished at the why settle for half-way TV Pull In all
the G- W. Davises,visited Mrs. Z. the ehannele let b like a brand new one, even though the II
Mrs. G. W. Roberts visited Mrs. your equipped to receive-with a thrifty
benefits of Chiropractic as a cure .
PHONE WO 4-3965 Pauline Torode at Baptist Hos- J. Davis and children of 'Jacksonville CDR ROTOR. nearest TV station Is over 45 miles'iwsy.Mdeia .

pital on Monday.Rev. for disease A.JI....Flint.IGic,

Use our monthly pest control plan for control of such L. T. Howe of Baldwin was Mr. Allen Lewis of Gainesville |! Countless thousand of satis-' I
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roaches the Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. vicited: Mrs Amanda Lewis over fled Chiropractic patients also remind N d W/ Start V
pests as ants, clothes moths, silver fish and the weekend. I gelling ROTOR J
Joe Starling.
others us,that Chiropractic restores perfect TV / t
many Mrs. Arthur Pearce visited Mr. Sunday luncheon guests oj Mrs. I pictures DR
and maintains health after everything -
and Mrs. R. W. Sapp in Jacksonville Amanda Lewis were Mr. ana Mrs. with a 1 G1 \i
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on Thursday. Lamar Hall 'of Starke else has failed. !: IftCUS MB IVJlTtCTS L1KI 11I1....

1ccf4uP Rev and Mrs. C. B. North of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Green and To save time and suffering see

High Springs were greeting old l
I children attended the birthday your Chiropractor first.
friends here on Sunday. Rev. reunion of L.,M. Anderson of St.

North was a' former pastor of Petersburg on Sunday. Consult the tttittn is pubeI TV IM HI $'

Grace: Church.Mr. .
WO 4-3963 Pei4 Ctts Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry of
and Mrs. Troy Bennett had Dr. H. G. Bollinger
Gainesville 'visited the M. O.
Sunday Mrs. Bennett Goldwire Servicentcr Radio & TV
as, guests Bobby Harrell family Sunday afternoon CHIROPRACTIC O.FFICE Shepherd
and sons of Daytona Beach,
3'I d. Mr. and Mrs. W. W., Phone WO 4-2881
a lson Rayborn I
and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Williamson Ii
\CA.L and Cecil Moore of -Jacksonvilleistted 426 N. Walnut St. 135 E. CALL
STREET _
STARKE, FLA. CO and sons of Macclenny.Mr. I 412 E. CALL STREET I
\ Beaulah Harrell and Starke
Mrs. !
and Mrs. Donald Wilkison ..
_, and sons of Jacksonville visited -
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Mr. Wilkison's parents, Mr. and
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Mrs. Bennett Wilkison, on Sunday. ---- [ Set"FORD SIARTIMr TVl Hunt ten

Mr.and Mrs- Percy Kerse of Edgar |I."vi'l color Tuttdiyt..UK-TV

t spent Sunday with Mr., and

Mrs. Bill Green and
family. ,, ,
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j B. E. Reddish attended a Sales -

l'j Meeting of the American Bakeries

{j Company, in Jacksonville on Sun-
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I day.Miss: Mary, Ann Motes of Gainesville i

came Friday for her grandmother -

and they spent the weekend \

: with Mr. and Mrs. Frank

Wells in Leesburg.

Wendell Kelly spent the weekend us..rVVV a _
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with college classmates at

IF I Southern College iii Lakeland. tVj

+ Mr. and Mss: M.L. Turner were
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weekend guests of Mr.. Turner's

mother in Bonifay.

MA and Mrs. D. G- Wilkerson

I ''and Miss Gloria Anderson spent

I the weekend with Mr. and Mrs-

Ui V D. Dickerson in Jacksonville.Mr. .

i and Mrs. C. F. Miles and J

j family of Lake Butler visited Mr. ; ;

and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and daughter -.
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.. Sunday guests at the home of "
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J Winter Park and Dan Gray ,and

5.D family Leroy of Donn Orange of Daytona City. Beach, car that's medium priced in everything but its lower price\ ;

SUPER and Mr. and Mrs. George F. Pre *B f .
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vatt and family of Starke, visited .

I the.Leslie Donns during the week- tag leads.- the. field, in looks, in luxury with spirited }; >

How reassuring" It' Is to know that whatever the distant'to end.D. v T
I : : D. Barber is commuting.daily -. > ,
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,I the next service station, youll make it with plenty of fie < '

'fuel to spare using Cities Service Super SDI 1 New Super has accepted'-to Brunswick..A, .position.Ga. where ,performance; that's pure: Tunaei a. Leads in re-sale value, too ':-4 .

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; -S-D is the longest mileage gasolene you can buy.,.col Mrs. Monroe Wilbur and Mrs. .. 'It'l. ,

only because of its but also becausV 1':
new super octane Edgar Starling of Green Cove ,

lit actually contains the best of every other gasolene is&jj Springs spent Sunday with Mr. :. ::. ..:-

provement yet made or known! A tankful of Super S>Dt and Mrs. Resale Anderson and .. FORD-Tkt faitst Ford 01 II U.'iT!!' ._ 9 9FALCON1H 9J 1

{ a tankful of confidence! Come in and try it this weeks' I family. tUttn; ford :-. .!
I Allen Hart and daughters spent 1 r y BY FORD." -"'"

SILCOX Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. W. .. TKUN0EKBiKO-n Wortft Matt Vfan'td Car J ./ '-,- : < j

R. Ford in Lake City. Their Sunday -' .. /I

\guests were Mrs. Nancy Keene lUll avlaatt.
On at Ford'Dealer's
proud display today your
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CITIES SERVICE I Jacksonville. '


Mrs.. Bill Dixon and family and I TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

Mrs. Riley Dixon of Palatka. were 296 MADISON ST. STARKE. FLORIDA

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NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED you are unable to purchase a teacher of Hardrigk Taylor, whois with Mrs. A. H. Grimmage, super- ley, who manage the Trail Motel C Jo for exercise. This would provide tray you write.' Oome In and se.
thket: you. may give your donationat I sponsor of the program, and the I visor of the youth departments. 1 visited the Evergreen Church on plenty of exercise, probablyloo feet your fn'orlteTERBROOK
the door. Plan now to attend. sister of Mrs. Mable D. ,Christian'in charge. Special programs were Sunday. The congregation was 1 1 much! Fountain Pen. TEJ EGRAb'H.1U .
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy
i Commander, Julius Royal: PresI- who is assisting Mr. Taylor in planned that included: music by glad to have them at services. -
dent, Mrs. L. M. Royal. Mrs. Pauline planning the observance, C. C. Anderson Junior High Chorus The misionaries enjoyed meals
Ozora Shell
Marshall, reporter. Buttons are now on sele for :; RJE High School Chorus; with the following families last
e1AW1LLA11.11111111 W11Au uj1.. 14AAAAA A Kiddie Kolleje Kindergarten money will be used,by The National Allen Chapel A. M. E. Junior week: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sted- ))j
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The enrollment of the preschool Organization for the Promotion Choir; and our .church Junior, ham of Palatka with the W H.|
Thanks For ShowersMr. tions for this family of nine per : group has increased tremendously of"Negro Life arid History Choir led by Mr. Linwood Craw Morgans for Sunday.dinner; Mrs 4
11111$, fIR
and Mrs. Everett Morris sons with seven children ranging in Americt. All will beheld I
during 1960. We regret programs ford.: We wish to thank Principal John -Sylvester of Miami with
and family, whose home was completely in ages from 18 months to 14' the Illness of the teacher Mrs. i from 2 to 3 p. m. each day. Eddie Thompkins for the wonderful Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley for JLr'iIfffLir1'

destroyed by fire recently, years. Mrs. Wilhelmenia Brooks Pauline Marshall. and hope for Parents and friends are strongly address, and the music directors Sunday supper; Mr. and Mrs. Al
wire given showers by the Fiesta is president of the Carnation her a speedy recovery. Gwendolyn urged to attend, I of all singing groups for the Dawson of Ft. Lauderdale with
Club and the Carnation Club of I II Club and wishes to thank all who Marshall, senior of RJE, has been KJC Coronation Set very fine services rendered to our Mr. and Mrs. Otis Brewer for
Starke. The Fiesta Club held responded to the call for help. real fine On Monday, Feb. 1st, the following report-
substituting and doing a ,community. Beatice Scott, ?upper on Monday; Mr. M. A.
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their shower> Saturday night |The Everett also
on Morris family is
The class Vella Elma declared winners .
job. greeted persons were I er. Hickm n Jr of Paraguay with, Mr.
it 8 p. m. at the home of the deeply grateful to these clubs and Sell joyfully who is just return- in the Miss RJE Contest and I Mt. Moriah Methodist Church and Mrs.,Marvin Rosier for supper
president, Mrs. Ethel Young. A ,' other individuals and groups that ing to school after a month's vacation will reign over the cornation fest- Rev. H. J. Blunt, pastor, will hold oil Tuesday; Mr. Preston M. Den-
large number of useful articles have come to their rescue: It is with her Em- ivities on Friday, Feb. 19 Miss
I' grandmother Sunday School at 10 a. m. Supt. toa of Illinois with Mr. and Mrs.
were given the family. Another their prayer that God will con- ma Hunt, in Atlanta, Ga. Par- RJE High won by Ruby Tisdale Robert Dell in charge. Steward Jim Rosier,for supper on Wednes-
charitable gesture made by this tinue to bless all of you. Club reporters ents who have to work and need 12th grade taught by Mrs. F. S. Beard No. n will hold meeting day: 11&r. Gus Johnson of Jacksonville -
club was the citing& of food bas- : Mrs. Alma R- Jenkins, a. comfortable place for their Pi rce;.First Attendant, Elizabeth on Wednesday, Feb. 10, at 6:30p. : with Mr. and :Mrs. Fisher
kets to Mesdames Jerutha DeSue' Mrs. Pernella Cummings. children to live and learn., Crum. 7th grade taught by Mrs. m. at the church. Mrs. Ethel Gaskins for supper on Thursday; .3-T
and Bessie Lee both with large American Post 314
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Legion who are not yet regular school L. M. Royal; Second Attendant, Young, president, is asking all rind Dr. John Tillery of Tennessee
families. Each of these families And AuxiliaryThe age, are urged to enroll them in H. S. Margie Leverson, 10th grade members to please attend as im- with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Griffis
are also grateful to the Fiesta Social third annual Lincoln-Douglas this school. For further inform- taught by''Miss Butler; Miss RJE poif&nt: business must be transacted ST. for supper on Friday.
Club. The shower of the Carnation Banquet will be held at RJE. the teacher at New Elementary was won by Cynthia at TIRE
ation contact ; ,on Saturday Feb. 6, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde C. Griffis \,
Club was held at the School Cafetorium on Saturday, Bethel Baptist Church Youth Clark, 4th grade taught by Miss 7:30 p. m. If weather is favorable, Jr. left for Phoenix, Ariz. on January -
home of Mrs. Alma R .Jenkins on Feb. 20, at 8 p. m. The program is Mae Frances Jenkins First Attendant -
Building from 8:30: to 3 Monday ; a chitterling supper will be held 20 to make their home there
Monday: night. The members and being sponsored for the building through Friday.staff reporter. ;. Joyce Reddish, sixth at the home of Mrs. Mabel Bry- with Mrs. Griffis' parents, the J. VALUL 1
friends of the comunity gave very fund of the Post and Auxiliary, Boy Scouts Of America grld taught by Mrs. M. J. White; ant at 1017 Pine Street. The supper R. Lloyds. 'a."J
generously to this unfortunate and donation to EcclestonCallahan 71, Second Attendant, Valara JenKins the
The Boy Scouts of troop is being presented for Mr and Mrs. Eugene McDonaldof
family, the Morrises, who suffereda Cripple Children's Home of Starke, will join in the nation- fifth grade, taught by Mrs. baby contest that is being spon- Jacksonville took their chil- I sweeping
total loss of all their possessions Orlando. A delicious dinner will wide celebration of the 50th An M. E. Roberts. Watch this columnfor sored by the church. dren home last weekend. Their
ly fire. Each club will continue I be served and an evening of entertainment niversary. The observance"wiU' details on the coronation activities Eastern Star MeetingThe grandmother, hadbeen ; in effect!
your reporter
to accept other and
gifts dona- TicketsMien's'
guaranteed. bean with a program on Sunday, and basketball games. regular meeting of the Or- : taking care of them for a
I FeL. 1, in the Yputh Building of Basketball Ball HighlightsC. der of Eastern Star, Dell ChapterNo. week. '
t IIII ALVAREZ' STORE Clothing )111, New Bethel Baptist .Church at 'C. Anderson Jr. High will 168 will be held at the Masonic I .; I .1 !
I Established 1894 I II) 9:30: a. m. Milton Ellerson is Supt. play Lake Butler in Lawtey on Hall on Thursday night at fYYV'ytr.al'm..r..n 'fjJJIl
.. of the Sunday School and a very Thursday, Feb. 4. All county fans the regular time. All members are
active member of the troop. All ale invited to attend. The Lawtey urged: to be present. A covered I CLAY HILLby

That's Our Business scouts> parents, and den mothers teams will return the game in dish; supper will be served after :TUffPROVED/ TIRES!
ale asked to attend. On Monday, Lake Butler on Friday, Feb. 3. the meeting in the downstairs ,
If It's Glass We Hare Scout Take a trip with the team and out and Ur, J. L HtrjckUuit itf3T
Itl! Feb. 8, at 7:30: p. m., a Boy section of the halL Come
CALL WRITE or VISIT Record Hop will be held at RJE; encourage them. The RJE Tigers: enjoy our first social fellowshipfor A AL A A A &u < > Nylon Sifoly f All-Weather!! t
refreshments free. On February and Tigerettes will go to Fernan- 1960. Mrs. Mabel Bryant,. As-
Joe Peters Glass Co. 10th at 7 p. m. sharp, a free movie duia Beach on Friday to tackle sociate Worthy Matron, report- We are'very. short on news a-
will be shown at RJE on "Ex- the Peck High Wolves and Wolve- ing. "* gain this week. Your reporter is Superiority is built-in
ploring.". The general public is rines. This is a class "A" team Allen Chapel A. M. E Church at home throughout the week, ex- with Goodyear's ex- *
FOR ANY GLASS NEED cordially invited: On February: and non-conference, but we want Rev. I* A. Sampson, pastor, will cepton Thursdays and Sundays, clusive 3-T Nylon 9 5
We Design Modern Store Fronts llth, a Quiz Show will be held the victory, ; hold regular communion services so how about helping out by *
Just Mail Us A Pattern for at the school. On February 12th CHURCH NEWS all day starting with Sunday' passing on some of the news in Cord and the toughest -
Table Tops Bon-Fire on American Legion Ebenezer' Baptist Church, School at 10 a. m. Supt Irene the community for this column: tread rubbers ever. Suit-70 11$

1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone Fit 2-1353, grounds at 7:30: p. m. On Feb. Rey. E. D. Robinson, was the Thomas in charge. At 11 a. m., The cold rain on Sunday seemed Don't miss this great ..IILotPl bNttwll
I 13th. education tour by bus; time scene of' a very wonderful pro- Love Feast will be given, sermon to take toll of our attendanceat value!
and place to be announced. To gram all day last Sunday. The by the pastor, and music by choir Sunday School. There were J ? .
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all of these activities you are most Ministers and Deacons Union culminated No. I with Mrs. Corine Butler in only 47 present. Some were out -- '--. """"" M. a ,
_= 1_ cuidially. invited. B. T. Marshall, the program in the evenIir charge. Evening Worship. 6:00: p. due to sickness and some were Jj NJ $Ar .- Jif i1r :
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Rev. GeorgeW. probably afraid of the bad weather. -- - = u
Williams with by
( Sr., scoutmaster; Clarence j I ; a sermon m.. Holy Eucharist by the pastor.All
4 h Sr., assistant; William Lee,! Sr. Rev. L. W. Mosley !is members are asked to attend Of this number, there were 38 ( TUBE TYPE Now! '.
Watson Pierce HI, reporter. president of the organization. Ser- and bring some friends. Remem- who made a grade of 100. We are \. J:. SIZE t Value Priced- a
$ Negro History Week ObservanceThe /ices will ,"be held all'day Sunday ber your first duty as a ChristianIs Very proud to report that the Be- I
r social science departmentwill starting with Sunday School at { to be a missionary; which includes ginners, class won the banner for 7.10x15 20.85 -<4. t
observe this week with a program lu a. m., Supt. Henry Bryant in visiting and helping the having the best grade of any class
I SERVICE each day' starting Monday, charge. The,music will be furnished sick and shut-in. Remember our in the Sunday School. These lit- 7.60 x 15 22.80 ..ur I'I '
Feb. 8, at which time the initia- by the Junior Choir under the sick members with cards, flowers, tle fellows'are really interested in I
tion address will be given by Supervisor direction of Mrs. Ranell English. fruits and other gifts. E. J. Giv- their work and do try. Everyoneis TUBELESS Nowl.! e
AT ITS BESTGOPRE Shell; on Tuesday, Feb. Evening worship will begin promptly ens, reporter. proud of them. \ ,) SIZE '\ Value Priced ."
9, a film portraying the life of at 7 p. m. ,Rev. E. D. Robin- Rev. Chism delivered a wonderful -
Frederick Douglas born a slave, son, pastor, in charge. All mem- .YTTTTTTYTTTT.YyYTTYTY' message on the subject, "Be 7.50 x 14 $20.95
will be shown to the student bers are asked to attend; if not Faithful", [Revelation 2:101: on I

body: on Wednesday, the Bethune- sec your leaders, so they may EVERGREENBy Sunday morning. 8.00 x 14 23.35 .... \
II Cookman College Dance Group, be able to make a full report. Church services on Sunday areas 1
under the direction of Thurmond Please visit and remember all our Mrs. Sybil Crifffe follows: Sunday School at 9:45a. : 8.50 1J 25.55
a program; sick and shut-in members. Names m.; preaching at 11 a. m.; ,
Stanback, will present .AA"Aa A A AA4A AAA. plus tax and recappable tire J
Thursday the senior class of :aid addresses will be publishednext choir practice at 4:30: p. m.;
on RJE will present a play, ''The week. If you know ofany.sick Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Training Union at 6 p. m.; and
I Spirit of Negro History;" and on members please notify your reporter McClellen last week were their Evening Worship at 7 p. m; FREE INSTALLATION
SERVICE will by calling Woodland 4-8922 sans and daughters-in-law, Mr. Buddie Wilkinson doesn't have
address
Friday, the closing
TERMS AS LOW AS $.7f. :
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be delivered by Miss Mary L. Div- after 3:30: p. m. Ranell English, and Mrs. Robert McClellan of enough to do with farming, cattle -
I Science reporter. Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald and all his other work, so, he
wcw I I[crs. director of the Social CookM" Antioch Baptist, Church Rev. McClellan of Jasper. Also- their is starting with 15,000 baby
Department of Bethun George W. Lee, Sr., pastor: will son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and chicks again on Tuesday. It looks
hold regular communion services Mrs. Maxie Reddish, and granddaughter like some of our other neighbors
on Sunday starting with Sunday Vicky., of ElPaso,.Texas. are about ready to start in this
Sunday School at 10 a. m. Supt. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellanand broiler business too. Among these GOODMAN'S
Clarence Williams in ,charge. Mr, and Mrs. Maxie Reddish ale John Wilkinson, who is get-
Morning worship at 11 a. m.; and daughter, Vicky, visited Mr. ting his house built, Fred Lang
I music by choir, Mrs Louiza McClellan's mother, Mrs.. Julie and Ola and Bobby Padgett. We STATION
< MOM SAVS IS ROASTED NE SAIDHFD Brown president. All members Hall, in Jacksonville on Wednes- will have to visit some of these
THEM BEEN
.o iST OF THE TOWN FOR DAD FOR BEIrt LATE I' Gosh: TOASTIH6MOTHER arc asked to attend morning and day. While there, they also visited folks') chickens one of these days Seeber D. GoodmanSUWANNEE.
rtRR'PIC GROCERY BUYS \IS LAST FOR DINNER NIGHT! HE WHAT DIDJA HIS BOSS: I evening services. A short rehearsalwill the zoo. and see what we think of them.Don't I
HAVE POP-
MUSTTHE ? be held after the .morning Rev. Charles Redding and his seem to be able to hunt
ON SAY
BEEN
City tish & .:... PAN, worship hour. Rehearsal was not son and daughter, Howard and !
HUH? held due''to PTA and basketballat Linda, visited the Fisher 'Gaskins
Meat Market r I. 1 = ir RJE on Wednesday night. Re- on Saturday night.
gular rehearsal schedule will be Among those visiting Mr. and VALLEYDAIRIES
set on Sunday. The pastor will Mrs. Jim Rosier on January 21
have charge of all other serviceS. were Mrs. Hosier's sisters, Mrs.
Junior'Ushers are asked to serve Sophie Starling and.Mrs. Clouie
all day. Mrs. Arata Williams, reporter Long, and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. .

QdQ cy Grant. ;
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n o New Bethel Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Henry Loper and :
Rev. A. B. Vinson. pastor, will sons of Hampton visited the W.
hold special services during the H. Morgans on Saturday after -
FIA. Ib AVERAGE
FRESH -* ,
Sunday School hour- The guestsfor .
the morning will be Boy Scoutsof noon.Mrs.. W. H. Morgan and daughter -
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HENS.b. America, Troop 71 Deacon B. Mrs. Henry Loper, of Hamp- CASH AND CARRY
Pork SALEFRESH T. Marshall, scoutmaster in ton visited Mrs. Morgan's brother -

charge. All parents. and friendsare Mr. Delbert Sapp, and her sister -
invited to attend. Pauline Mrs.-Janie Wilkinson, of Haw-
SMOKED Marshall, reporter. tnorne last Thursday.
HAMS ORSHOULDER Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Among those visiting the Lovin DAIRY

-1e.. Church, Rev. "l*. ""McKay, pastor Redding family on Saturday 'and STORE
BACK BONE Ib. 39c BACON 2Sc will have regular pastoral services Sunday were Mr. Horace Redding
all day starting -with Sunday and daughter Miss Vivian Red-
School at 9:30: a. m. Deacon S. ding: of Jacksonville;. Mrs. W., J.
Norman'and Deacon Carter in Bell and daughter-in-law: Mrs.
charge: Dont forget .our weekly Harry Bell, of Mt. Zion; J. C.
Ib OLEO Superior lb. 1c. activities.: Mary McBride reporter. Prjngle of Satsuma; and Mr. and NOW OPEN ON HIGHWAY 301, NORTH
; 29c Thurston Elementary Mrs E. F Redding of Raiford.

Don't forget the preValentineParty Miss Carolyn Morgan of Starke ,
at the school on Tuesday.Feb. spent the weekend with her NEXT TO HERB'S DRIVE-IN '
9, starting at 7 p. m. A set grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
NECK BONES ting of red hearts and flowers Morgan. ,
c BANANASlb. 10c will be enriched by plenty of good Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Rosier attended MILK EGGS ICE CREAM BUTTER '
PORK l0 food. ,The refreshments are being the,funeral of Mrs. Rosier's -- -
TABS
sold to help purchase playground sister-in-law, Mrs. Lula Jane
equipment: for the children in the Sap, at the South Prong Cemetery -

PIG FEET SUNSHINE VANILLA community. Mrs. S. C. Price teacher near Sanderson last Friday. ORANGE JUICE. COH AGE CHEESE BREAD
[ Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rosier visited

12 Mt, Pisgah A. M. E.. Church their daughter Mrs. Sandra
HOG MAWS to WAFERS OZ. 3Sc Rev. G. A. Grin niage, pastor, will Griffis, and her new baby at
held regular communion services Highland on Sunday evening?

FRESH all day Sunday starting: with They also visited Mr. .Rosier' f Moderate Prices sIIIITh
SMOKED PICNIC Sunday School,at the usual time, grandmother Mrs. Rebecca Rosier -
Mrs. Anna C. Wright: Supt. -in of Lawtey who is bed-ridden.

DRYER BACKS ib. lOc. SHOULDERS ALM Me charge PJans.are being completedfor Among those visiting Mr and .. u.. .. .. ._' ,c_ ._._,
the annual building fund drive Mrs. Otis Brewer and family last .. .. __ __ ____ _,..__. __ __ .-..._ _, .. __ .
according to Mrs. Elnora Cannon week were Mr and Mrs. J. C.
Many Pringle ,of Satsuma and Mrs. W.
chairman of the program.
PRICESVGOOD FROM: THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT GRADE "A"
groups, county-wide have been J. Bell and daughter-in-law, Mrs. GALLON
OPEN 7 DAIS A WEEK 7 A.M. to 9 P.M. Invited to help, in what the committee Harry Bell, of Mt. Zion.
feels will be the last call Mr. and Mrs. Alchus Hamiltonof NOMOC NlZEDMILK
for help on the completion of New Starke visited Mrs. Hamilton's
I Mt. Pisgah A. M E. Church. in,I II mother Mrs. Bessie Sapp, on
I S'arke. ,We are asking all choirs, Sunday evening and they all attended C. ;
pastors; and members of partici- church together.
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WE STOCK A COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES pating churches to make the Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Chism of
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fourth Sunday. Feb... 28, a "red Starke visited the Fisher Gaskinson
letter day" for Mt. Pisgah. Come Sunday evening.

,l over to south,Starke and help us. Sunday, .. -- ------ -- -' '
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'yFATs AIrS. Elnora Cannon, reportmg:!" Mr. and Mrs. Marion Rosier '- :i_, __ __, _.q _ __ _, __ __, ___--._ c'PAGF ---___ ./
I Mt. Zion, AME Church Lawtey, veiled Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thompson -
Florida, Rev. A., O. Grimnage .la Jacksonville on Sunday. ... '
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