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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 25, 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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I I! the Starke-Bradford County''t I petition signed by more than

II Ctamber) of Commerce is, cil'cU- .5! per cent of the registered Vot-

II I I Jafeng a petition to be presented elt} .of Preelnct 6 (ITheressal) has

to,tlie State Road Department been'
> ? t filed with Clerk of the Cou:taking
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I ail the S. M. Wall Construction : Bradford County Commissioners -

Coof Gainesville asking that .r ss-- ... to call an election to de-
I (oust h uctjon work be r { t fi.
J I expedited on T 5 ide the issue of Sunday beer:!

i fie fpur-laning of U. S. 301 north /M1y% ales in that precinct. The peti-

cf .Siatke.. f !: ,tim ijcn was filed with the clerk by

"We, the undersigned own and 3 .s .. I C: A. Pardee of White Top Inn
op>rate numerous places of busi-
I( i on Highway 21 between Keystone
', ,)irss along this route and after a
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; : idar and a half of poor business Heights and Melrose. who hadteviouely

I dui to lack of traffic and rough. asked the board to issue
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I road conditions, are suffering Natural Gas Starts Turning him a permit for Sunday beer

'%i'L :|' S;eat financial loss," the petition j :
:_ motes. "We therefore, do petition: Of sale.The
r '! :and derpand immediate action In !j two City's Big GeneratorsCity I petition will be presentedto .
r the board for action at its
j the completion of this highway.
.: "'" Clerk ?Merrill Edwards itql'e fcr oil has been running in"XfSS March 7 meeting, Clerk Charles A.
M t Heft] and Oscar Davis, superin- ; of $1.000 per month. A 40 !Darby said. The Commissioners

FHP Trooper .A. S. (IBilll] Maul- j j, Judy Can va I tendent of the ctty's new natural per cent reduction in cost would :had requested Pardee to obtaina

din points to one of the signs on J i gas utility, turn valve at municipal amount to around $20,000 annually petition with signatures of 25

US-301, heralding the approachof I Back At Work power plant at noon Tueslij : it is'said. .per: cent of registered voters in

Hampton'Junciion, Bradford I '1 releasing natural gas to oper- ; The use of natural gas in the toe precinct, requesting an election

County traffic "trouble spot" j: With Big Plans j ute two of the city's power generators )giant: generators is the first application before it would take any act-
where hundreds of, motorists are j that have been converted of the city's new utility. ion in the matter.In .

,. stopped each month for passing ;tom diesel oil' to gas. Work is ,It Is hoped to start serving homes a report prepared to submitto
!ia violation of state law, Atc /ding to Hollywood public- j ccntinuing on the conversion of
. Junction i m one area cf the city. Saratoga the Commission together with
Hampton Inset shows Mauldin writing a ity asents Starke native Judy three j I
more generators.
Heights the petition
erstwhile( in about a month or six Mrs. Marten L.
warning ticket for a New York Canova -she of the Engineers have
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estimated that weeks. ':1 os by. Supervisor of Registration
motorist who said he did not see pigtails and outsize yodel, has J the city will save about 40 Edwards
'per I said the
city now has said the petition had 13
junction sign because "I was finally gone glamorous.The"onetime I j applicants for its natural signatures "which have every an-
New Trouble Spot passing a truck at the time." The I hillbilly! queen I of gas instead of oil. The expend-' gas service. pt-arcnce of being in order." Since

yellow "no pass" stripe at Hampton now sports, a stylish .blonde coif- *.:rare are 233 registered voters mtrie
Junction is faded out because!" I lure that .symbolizes' her new attitude -
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precinct, only 58 signatures
9f a State Road Department policy !- i toward life. After a period Johns Seeks r would be
Is Hampton Junction developing 1 i;cause of a yellow stripe, then as to have one man;' at,the junction abandoning no-pass markers:.inactivity, she's perking up her cent. required for the 25 per

into a worse so-called "traffic i ihe; gets within a few hundred"feet I most of the time to try and keep r.t highway intersections.. career: again. r
trap" than the alleged one that iI i'iof i Hampton Junction the stripe the situation: under control. He + Mora than 90 signatures actually .
I' What brought her back to u uf.
created such a furore at Lawteyin suddenly' ends with nothing but 'lid that he had repeatedly asked t Return To' SenateState 0 ;appeared On the petition but
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work was her first film role !
recent months? I'I abroken_ white line on through the .i that the solid yellow :line be %Water Rate Boost three years. Samuel Goldwyn Jr.I Mrs. Closbysaid' six were names

That is the charge that has wuuld I,! .be. that it all.right to pass ]repainted[ i at the crossing, but he iggested she do apart in ..Senator .. ,F df people who were not registered -
peen made by several Starke businessmen [at this point, unless he Is fam|Ihad| gotten'nowherq"wlth Ails re- Charley E-: Johns ,
i "Hu kleberl'Y' Finn. "It wasn't a > seven were names of
has persons
: announced his candidacy for Y
in recent weeks. The ,i 1L1r! with the road and knows Quest. i .
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Sewer Fee GivenTentative big- rote,. but it involved an important re-election to the Senate from the > whose; handwriting on. the petition
newly. organized North Florida that a junction is ahead, or unless j '
i I I The State ra
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Troopers 'say they comedy sequence with 15th District {Bradford and Union 4 i 'i ld not appear" to be the same
Tourist Association disturbed over j he is alerted by the standard : '
!I i arc not out 'to arrest or hamperthe Jluck played. by,, Eddie- Hodges. Counties]. as on. the' registration card; and
the possibilities, has named acommittee JCT Junction] sign at the side > -
motoring i pUblic..We.do riot Ar'
to look into the situation -;;uf the 'road.A I I 4 OiL -'It's what they call a cameo In a prepared statement issuedytiterday I-i\-c: whose handwriting appeared
!have a quota! ..of/arrests.to drake, tp be the on docu-
: role 'tfudy b&frj
the word
gay. "That SeA Johns, saidt:,
and see what can be dons : Trooper: A S. (IBilll] Mauldiu, .
; and -we..p ,'l L4 ip d lfiSBRjirfiom" 1 ggowhen :nentgppt.: .pia."" ,$ -.itW
As -in the-case o'wttJLaw' : 'tl'\, .-year man -with the:' CJdd.a : "% '. they. Use. to aoQthe an-a'ctor : "Jn .ann tU1@mg-fec'fe-eitction: ,
I fines-6r forfeitures theypoint r added the part atn't'so big." Sh :t'do so i'1Ui' ireat deal of I tion. differently'than: ithey had
Starke
enforcement officers Involved |Highway: Patrol points out that 'may. get an $2,250 j ? bun*
ouk"Our -J JoB) is simply to I
beness: signed the registration card. One
at and
agreed to'do'.the part largely humility the
maintain they are only enforcing the intersection is plainly marked enforce! the traffic laws in'a'n effort monthly .too. spend,for needed expansion of as people 01 the names on the petition was
the of her two district have
urging daughters, been
my very
the law in effort to keep v/Uh junction signs and cites .
an peo-
to killing : of water and sewer ser of who
claimed
kejsp'pexjple/frpm' that a on
person
15 and 6. good to me.allowing to
pie from killing and maiming |Florida law which :pro lc es that: themselves and others," -. vices'.if new charges, (entatively !i them in the, Legislaturefor me represent li: :; registration :card he could not
themselves on the public high: :;.It is 1 illegal,to pass.when,: _approaching ;ffo w.Judy's career is popping wite. Mrs. said.
In the.meantime, motorists on approved a special meeting I 22' in Crosby
nearly two
: in all directions: She is wording year years
ways. Also, as i the case of Lawj j i within ,,100 feet of anintersection.
busy [I6.0QO. cars.pet. day) JJ. s,._ fare Tuesday jiight, I f f the House of Representatives from .
tty, the seat of the trouble is said I; ." I. are 'formally [ph. a singiptact-shemay. take to '. .4c;. ; c .:
to be highway marking that Mauldin.. says he.has. issued s. bOl keep on being' >stopped and adopted at the March 1 meeting. i Las Vegas and state fairs, and Bradford County,,and 20 years in BaldwinNews -
(.arned-or fined in moje;> -flag- ishe tlie. Senate Johns.said in -
seems inadequate to meet thedeeds high as 100 warning tickets in a : 'During, the two-hour special| .may accept offers to play'in ( a prepared
most .
I rant cases. In either event, statement.
of the particular situation month for the violation of passing a''! Dimmer theatres. She also has a
session the nod to
have been misled : was given .
of them feel.they' In
: situation "During the time I have been TelegraphUpon
comedy TV pilot film Senator Johns ;
involved. a i the intersection and says that .
In the meantime, angry motorists I into a violation. jbf the.taw' bya monthly sewer fee of $1.50 for ,II that is attracting interest.Rodney I Senator, I have served a$ President iI t
maintined provocative .yellow'stripe- )hat domestic arid for Pro Tern and President of!
go on complaining that they i I I $2 commercial ; :;Senator Clarke retires. request of citizens of
are being stopped by the Florida i'be lost in tragic 'accidents. One suddenly disappearS, giving at establishments! and an increase .. the Florida State Senate, and "1 am a member of the 'Pork f Baldwin, The Telegraph is this

Highway Patrol for passing at I;serious mishap occurred there last least an implied invitation pass in the present water rate minimum J J have been Governor as well as a I j ,,Chop Senators' which is a group of i week starting to cover the news of
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the Highway 301 and 18 junction '!'August, and there have been several that: slowmovihg 'car ahead. J1 charge from $1.35 to $2 for I member of the Senate at the same ;i ;Senatprs who are fighting a death I.that community adding it to the

and protest that the )'ello"no I others in the past. I the first 5,000 gallons. time. ; ,struggle 'for the small counties of growing area now covered by this
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passing" stripe is barely visible at i Mauldin's superior in this area, 301 TrafficLeads It was estimated that the sewer j "I fully realize that any honors the state. The big counties and newspaper.

this point. I Cpl. Carlos Musgrove says patrol large would bring .in about $1- : I have been able to bring to'' bg! city newspapers know that as 'I The- Telegraph now bas more

When they make this statement} | work in other areas of the county 450 monthly, while the i increased I k my district belong to the people';long as some of us older members, than 15 correspondents in a 50-

they are exactly right, of course. ''is actually hampered by having water rate would sweeten the pot ;: I of Union and, Bradford Counties'as ,\,119'are leaders in this fight, are I mile area extending from Melrose

The State Road Department several I {Area ;another $800.Present t i 1 1t they are the ones who made in! the Senate they do not havea I on the south to Baldwin on the
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f years ago discontinued the plan is to borrow ; these honors possible. The improvements thane to get control of the north, representing their com-

practice of painting yellow stripesat money to go ahead with needed t I have been able to Senate and take away from us the munities in the paper each week.

intersections. Officials point During 1959U. sewer and water extensions and assist in bringing to .the 15th district J-178,300 race track funds that we We welcome( our new readers at

out that in order to do any good earmark funds received from the .II were not'through my efforts have at stake, which amount we Baldwin, who may purchase The
", ilone, but also through the efforts ; received last year, and also the allocation newsstands there or
the yellow "no pass" stripe would new charges for retirement of I r .III Telegraph on
have to start back at least a I U. Highway 301, at a point this debt. No- estimate has yet of the citizens of my \disti i of the gasoline money give their subscriptions to Mrs.C. .

thousand feet and that, if this I three and a half miles north of I been made of the amount needed I ict, the County Comissioners of j that each county gets each year B. Nolan, our Baldwin and
both counties and'all of our
"tIe' done, Florida highways I V/aldo. clocked an average daily for the proposed extensions. [Continued on Page 61 i Maxville correspondents
: county and city officials, as I !
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would be almost one continuous I traffic volume of 6,1$0 vehiclesduring There was no formal resolution .r I have only been a "Quarterback' on !
r.o-pass zone. Consequently, the for adoption of the new charges { '
f 1959::: 'according to figures'released ; a team of public spitited county'in '*-*- l Jo.t''
new SRD policy provides for yel Tuesday night, but the plan 'f"
i, i ) by the State Road Department :
low stripes only at railroad crossings seemed to have informal approval senior- v '. .
"I feel that' the 20 years '
and at points where visibility Traffic and Planning | of all five Councilraen. If' ,"- .
I;cy I have In the Senate is of un-i
: is obscured such as on hills Division. j actually adopted .March 1, the I ,
whom
1 f told value to the people \ I'
cr .curves. I new charges would likely go into ,< ,"" ""
The survey showed! 301 to be represent: as I have more seniority I ,
Therefore the yellow stripe approaching ,' effect with April meter readings ,
travelled
the: heaviest U.-S. high than "any 'member of that body,
Hampton' Junction is I.I it was said
exception'o with the exception of my warm.
LOW only a dim shadow, not having -|. way in Florida with the : The decision to revise the water i
I : U. S. personal friend, Sen? S. D. Clarkeof
17 at point a one-half
been repainted since the new reached after a : v
late upward was y
P. HallAsksSchoolPost I Monticello. who is.Dean of the'Senate'
r south of
policy wen into effect, I Imile Orange ,City daily t !study of rates in several nearby ,
With
at' this time. my
It is to understand the average 7,6851, and two locations Gainesville Lake y- y va
easy towns including ,
Qfi U. S. 1 near Miami, which had'' i\ \ :seniority, I will be Dean when
confusion of the motorist .who, City, Fernandina and Live Oak. \ a
1, w daily averages over' 8,000. In S
approaching this location has North Florida U. S. 30 l'.outnum! -"' City Clerk Merrill Edwards said i 1 8 ,Z;, iSB" +fr I I Ah
the new charges,..though necessary ii i i Rodney P. Hall announced today ?
been keeping in the right.lane be- b<:red U. S, 1 by more than 1,000, Steers Readied -
> for needed expansion, might worka his :candidacy: for School Board __
vehicles daily, and U 3- !
,517 by .
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hardship on persons living on Member, District .4, Bradford q :.f f L .

500. i 1 snall fixed incomes, such as wel- [County. J h
'HAVE A HEART' In spite of construction work fare clients. Mr. Hall;29,is a.native: of Bradford For FFA Show

J.C.PreYtittBidsfor now underway on .301, the 1959 The city now has 1,200 water ,County and a graduate of

Variety Show &\erage represented, a gain of 6.2per ,'subscribers and an estimated 900 Bradford High School He is 4 I IYonge

.Commission cent in traffic over 1958, and fewer connections. A survey was t married ,to the former Janice.I r.r :Allen, Crews. president of the
Friday, Feb. 26th 40.8 per cent over 1954. The 1959 ordered .determine the exact Dansby and is the father of two I Bradford Chapter, Future Farmers -

7:30 P.M. J. C. (Carl] Prevatt of Lawtey count on SR JOO '[li670; per dayl number of sewer services. sens- He is employed as a sur- ; of America, and ,Lane Gas-:

announced this week as a candi was up 8.1, per cent ,over the daily 1\eyor at the Trail Ridge Mine of,I I'kiss lat rear] are shown with the

WOMAN'S CLUB date for County Commissioner average for 1958.' Andrews QualifiesGuy E I. DuP nt de Nemours & Company UQ steers that local FFA chap-

from District One. Runner-up to 301 in the Second ; Mr.Hall has: been active in 'iters .will enter in the Greater '

Donation: Mr. Prevatt is no newcomer to District was U.; S. 19 at Fannin Andrews, candidate for 'civic affairs. and serves as an officer i I Gainesville ,FFA and 4-H Show } ;

Adults $1.00 the political field in Bradford Springs with a ,daily average of I State Senator from the 15th District in the Florida National and Sale tp. be .held at Jackson's

-Child.25c,: County; having served on the 5,840. In third place was. U. S.. 90 (Bradford and Union Coun- Guard. He is a member of Hope Market t in, tSainesvUle on March

Benefit School Board and the Board of at Pablo Creek Bridge ,east of' ties announced today that he Baptist Church.'in f9. rt'r
Heart Fund
County Commissioners from District Jacksonville. with 4,795; fourth had paid his qualifying fees to announcing his candidacy, I. The .front steer was obtained

., I I One (ILawtey.l i place, U. S, 1 at Bayard. 15 miles Secretary of State R. A. Gray in iMr:..:Hall said ,that he-would seek from Rogers Angus Farm last

Mr. Prevatt was born and rear- j south of Jacksonville with 4,720.; Tallahassee. j at all times to determine the needs L September, weighed: about 700

I ed in Bradford County, and is a I i jof the school program and would .lounds at the time, and now tipsifte
This Space .Contributed member of- theFirst Baptist f [I always attempt to interpret the ; beam,at more than 1,000. The a '

Weekly to Publicize''' t Church' of Lawtey. At present he i Constable'sJob Is 'Losing. Game'I 1 wishes of the people. His desire i;other entry was. obtained, from
[is engaged in cattle raising and i Is to help further develop a progressive 'Lonnie I Harley and J. R. Wain- t

Community Events by resides one mile west of Law tey. t\ II ; forward looking educational 5 right and' now" weighs about 800

I In announcing, Mr. Prevatt said Being a constable in Bradford j Net deficit: $40.73.In program. He said such a pounds. .

THE COMMUNITY I he is,asking for the office "strictly County seems to be a losing game.
on my past record" He saidh When Felix SoUivan. District constable it is considered I, continuing'intelligent cooperative I Bradford .1 1gh. is the son of Mr.

STATE BANK $ will devote all the time neces- Eight Constable filed his annual a endeavors of the school board and Mis. S- G. Crews' Lane,'who

/ >ary to attend to the affairs of report with Clerk of.' the Court likely that Sullivan will beji,, members and that- if elected, he ;fc Sentinel of the ,Starke FFA

OP STARKE the 'office and "will be Commissioner this week fJistec1'expenses. of candidate for re-election. li e would dedicate his efforts to that ]Chapter. ia% the son of Mr. and

1 for all of Bradford County. $250.68 and .total-, receipts oft seems to like the.job. _. end.' '3.1n. T. F. Gwkins of Lawtey.
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PACE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH- STARKE,' FLORIDA .
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25.1969
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RunaayBoys. Assessor Pines ;
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Norman Allen's third and fourth :
man toldto
"The said he had I been
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I I -__ grades, of the Southside Elementary Are Returned. For His Pines cut the trees" Long:, said, "and
school l visited Marineland last
1 ; I [ don't blame him, but I sure am
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I. I Thursday.Miss To Parents 11 You wouldn't think anyone J t titldmg his employer .responsible."
Lillian tump was visitingMrs.
I would cut trees on the tax assess- Ee said the trees cut were fine
Richard Fowler in Eau Gallie
I or's land without permission butthats Urge -year-old specimens that
I from Sunday- ia Wednesday.Dr. Two teenage boys were safely what happened. I contained an estima 1d '1,800
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H. G. Bellinger and daughters back in the hands of their families Tax Assessor Gene Long said I Loaid feet of lumber.and a cord

...c-..--------.-----.- --- --_-_ _,...r_..._'_ _.6 of Starke and Dr. and Mrs.F. .i, Tuesday after a week's jaunt that due to mistake Robert of pulpwood.
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.- E. Bolhnger of Delphos, Ohio. followingtheir Disappearance from Hastings cut down a good stand "I wouldn't have taken $100
his is confined
David Jordan celebrated Mrs. J. Manning
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'4 I witha spent Sunday at ,Marineland. Wyler Military Academy- Fort. Of timber on a lot he owns adjoin-I rach for those: trees," Mr. Long
Seventh: birthday anniversary on iq Bradford County Hospital Armour. Fertilizer, At Sistrunks.Mrs. Lauderdale on Tuesday Feb. 16. ing the Bradford.County Hospital I:w.id.I .
Feb. 18 at a family supper party. broken pelvis which she received ,
: : .John W. Griffin of Ochlo- One 14 years old and the other!
.. Mrs. C. A. Knight was in Lake in a fall at the home of _
chnee, Ga. is visiting her parents, just a few months younger the I -U --- -
2:=ity Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. her daughter, Mrs. Pearl Colson .- 'Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump this boys hacl been the object of a 4
c. C. Shepard. in Lake City last week. Mrs.: Lewis --- i- week. I nationwide search. They turned up "Don't Settle For Less Than A Jim Toney"TONEY I

: Mr- and Mrs. J. W. Olivenbaum Strickland of Wildwood is here ._ : Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale. in Starke:,Sunday"and.. aroused '
*>f Orlando were weekend. guests Visiting her mother Mrs. Manning -;- !had as Sunday guests Mr. and I suspicion when they attempted to JIM HOMES $1095 and

Jpf Sen. and :Mrs. C. E. Johns. and staying wit hher sister, : Mrs. J. W. Home Hampton.. sell a transistor radio- to Lester ..

i :Mr.and Mrs. A. G. McLarin and I I Mrs. W. H. Hart. ,'S James Home of Orlando, Billy Crews, owner of Mitchell's Drug up
Daughter of Fairburn Ga. were I :Mrs. Mural Gardner, Mrs. Nina j 2k : Home of Homestead and Mrs. C. Store. The boys were shabbily WE FINANCE FOR 10 YEARS -
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and Maurice Wingate of --- -- See Our Model Home at Waldo Florida
Monday visitors of Mrs. O. L. Andrews, G. Barksdale and Mrs. Lula Mott dressed and their appearance and ,
Jlaynes, Sr. Starke and John Johns of Gainesville Judge .Murphree" Judge Patten of Starke. actions caused the druggist to 12 Miles South of Starke on U. S. 301

.. Miss Jackie Hdbbs of Orlando were visiting Mrs. J. E. Dunnin Tom and Jaek Slade of Jacksonville notify Starke police, who took -

went:: the weekend and Mt and Winter Haven on Sunday. spent the weekend with their them into custody.The .

Mrs. Wilbur Barry and daughter, Singer Sewinc Machine Needles Eighth Judicial Circuit Judges grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. boys were taken to Bradford '

Sharon, of Gainesville,spent Sun- at Denmark FnreUor Co. tf H. Slade, Sr. County jail and later told -=- .

day with their parents, Mr. and :Mr. and :Mrs. Frank Weaver of J. H. DuPre spent several days Juvenile- Court Judge" T. A. Yawn


*Mrs. J. C. Hobbs. Williston were Sunday visitors of Announce Candidacy For Re-election last week in Miami on business. that thehy had been staying with
I Fruit trees. Persimmons, Peaches Mayor and Mrs. W. T. Jackson.Mr. Miss Florence Brown left Sun- their grandparents at a Jackson-

: Plums. At Sistrunks. : and Mrs. T. H. Slade, Sr. day for Mexico City where she ville hotel and had their permission -

S :Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish and daughters Flora and Susan. Circuit Judge John A. H. Murph- Circuit Judge George L. Patten' won a nine months scholarship at r to go camping. Thinking their

:and family and Jimmy Reddish I and Mrs Charles Sawyer;; and lee today announced his intentionto of Starke, today announced his the University of Mexico to study i story a little far-fetched, Judge -

spent Saturday and Sunday at Mrs. A. Y. Covington will spend become a candidate to succeed candidacy in Group One for ,re- Spanish. She was accompanied by Yawn kept asking questions until

:Cedar Key. Saturday to Wednesday in New himself as Circuit Judge, of the eectlon: as Circuit Judge, of the her aunt, Mrs. G. W. Brown of the real story, their walk-out

Orleans attending the Mardi Gras. Eighth Judicial Circuit. He will Eighth Judicial Circuit comprising Tallahassee, who will spend ten I from the military school was re- No Money Down .- No Charge For Travel

:Fif! fIii ili1 Mr. and Mrs. Oar Mathewswere run in Group Two, with residencein Alachua, Baker, Bradford, days with her. vealed.
at Jacksonville Beach Sun- Alachua County.Appointed Gilchnst Levy and Union Coun- Rose bushes, bare root and in I The boys were apparently Unable

: day visiting Mr. and Mrs. Virgil to the circuit benchin ties. cans. At Sistnmks. i to adjust to the strict routineof

Mathews an dother relatives.Mr. January 1943, by Governor In announcing his candidacy PFC William T. Gill. Jr. of Fort military school; life and decidedto 2 3

Florida : and Mrs. Robert Thompsonand Spessard L. Holland, now United for re-election Judge Patten said, Benning, Ga. was home for the run away. They said they stayed -

Mrs. Helen Kirkman of Vin- States Senator, Judge Murphreehas ."Since my appointment to .succeed weekend. in' the Fort Lauderdale area
ton, Ia. were weekend guests of served continuously-since that I the late Judge A. Z. Adkinsof }oIl'. and Mrs. William Whichello until Wednesday when they hitch- BED [ROOM BED ROOM'

Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and Mr. and date. He was reelected without Starke, and my subsequent of Belleville, Mich, spent the week ed a ride to Haines City on a

Mrs. Lester Crews. opposition in 1948 and in 1954.. election to a full term in 1954 as end with Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Firth truck, and eventually worked ONLY $37.40 ONLY $58.70

Theatre Pecan Tret"8t Sistrunks.Mr. A native of Florida, Judge Circuit Judge of the Eighth Ju-I while enroute to South Florida for their way on to Starke.

and Mrs. P. L. Perry and Murphree attended the public 1 l oicial Circuit, I have devoted my several days. They will also spend Paul Hennchs of Minneapolis,, PER MONTH PER MONTH

b .. Miss Shirley Cogdill of Montgomery schools of Alachua County and entire time to the discharge of the the coming weekend with the Minn. arrived here by plane Monday .

-- Ala. were Sunday to Tuesday received his AB anl 'TJ.B degrees duties of that office to the 'nd Firths enroute home. night and took custody of his PAYS OFF IN PAYS OFF IN

.-. SAT. FEB. 27 guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Cogdilland from the University of Florida. ihat the high judicial standards Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dill and Mrs. son the 13-year-old. The 14yearold 84 MONTHS 84 MONTHS

1st. Feature family.Mr. graduating in" 1928. He practicedlaw which have been recognized in J. M. Lott spent the weekend with 'boy was released Tuesday in

.... and Mrs. Joe Martinez are: in Gainesville until appointedto ths Circuit will be continued." i|Mr. and Mrs. .Oscar: Hendrix in the custody of his grandmother,,

....... visiting Mr.; and Mrs.: J. A., Iarti- the bench in 1943. "I am asking the voters of the Statesboro, Ga. Mrs. Ida Brinkmeyer, of Fort
John McRae BuildersSTARKE
... nez in Mandarin today. Judge Murphree .represented Eighth Judical Circuit to do me I Mrs. Effie Johns fell and broke Lauderdale. Toney
:Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leonhardwere the honor of re-electing me as
Alachua County in the State her left arm Saturday. while walking -
-.. in Ocala on Sunday visit- Legislature of 1933. He is an Episcopalian one of their Circuit Judges. I will I to the store. Probation OrderedFor FLA. 'WALDO, FLA.

ing Mr and Mrs. Morris Jackson a Rotarian and a past continue to discharge the dutiesof Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crowson' Phone WO 4-1792 Phone HO* 8-2781
... and family on Mr.: Jackson's birth- President 'of the University of the office fairly and impartially -[I had as. Saturday and Sunday Local Man .
-u day. The Leonhards were also Florida Alumni Association. He to the best of my ability guests at a family reunion) Mr. On Federal Charge --- -----4 1U

Monday evening guests of Mr. and holds membership in the Eighth i being fully conscious of the great I and Mrs. W. W. Sellers of
.
.... Burling-I
-.r" ..- Mrs. Robert C. Jackson in Key- Judicial Circuit Bar Association, responsibility of this high office.". "ton. N. c.. Mr. and I Imposition of sentence was sus-
stone Heights on Beth Jackson's Judge Patten .is a'' Baptist Ma- Crowson of Smyrna, Ga. Mr. and
the Florida Bar, the AmericanBar
jpended and a three-year probationary -
:: I\Er.J- biithday.Mr. Association, Florida Blue Key SOil Shriner and Past Presidentof Mrs. W. E. Crowson and son Don. period ordered by Federal : DAVLITE CO-OP FOODS

and Mrs. William White Jr. and Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity. the Starke Rotary Club. He of Winter Haven, and Enoch ,
Judge Bryan ,Simpson in U. S
It SKELTON ELAiNE of, Lenoir, N. C. were guests Wed-I Judge Murphree, 55. is marriedto holds membership in the Eighth Crowson and son of' Greenville, District Court last Friday in theca Open Days A Week 8 9

*.. nesday and Thursday of Mr. and the former Edith Winston of JIdicial Circuit Bar Association, S.C.Mr. of J. Maurice Edwards Jr.;, -- to

ar. CIO. Mrs. Clyde\ Terwillegar. ; Gainesville. They have a son, John, Florida Bar Florida Blue Key and Mrs. R, O. Dansby and charged with possession of un- .

.'11n..J1MUA1Ui \' Jr., and a daughter, Frances.Mr. and Phi Alpha Delta Legal son, Micky, visited Mr. and Mrs. taxpaid distilled spirits.
: ;:: \ Fraternity. J. B. Dansby, Jr. in Perry on Sun-

iM' MT' and Mrs. E. E. Lewis and Judge Patten, 50, is married to day, guilty Edwards to the had charge.BRIGHTEN'previously. pleaded I! \\V A YNE'S CASH SUPERETTE

wr r- ,. % 4 family visited Mr. and Mrs. B. F. tho former Mary Canova of Jackie Sellers_and Eloise Siemer
,, "'Y C. rua ... ba.ve George I
Grimes in Gainesville on Sunday. Starke. They one $son
went to Md. to visit
'f AU YNO54TE1IcoLo1 Aberdeen Owned and Operated by Wayne Douglas and Cecil
& A3-C Harvey Prather of Gunter? Jr.. now attending college. UP!
their husbands Siemer Jr.
Ottp I Douglas, Formerly Manager of Suwannee Store
VI Field. Ala. spent the weekend with are Painting: and DecoratingIi.W'AC'tOWEST"PUl .. : ,
14' O\IR LlI Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith and and Herbert Sellers, who attending I '
: I DI1.G. MEAS.: grandmother, Mrs. A..P..Sauls: family attended' the fun r 1 'of 'a the Nation Guard' school ES i 671 W. Madison Phone WO '4-9231

i 104 SO IN PICTURE ::: Sauls. brother-in-law Coye B. Cheshire, in Aberdeen. CallDAWKINS i

i I MAT lOG ..t\ VIEWING AREA Gro.Tone, Vertagreen for flow- at Pompano Beach on -Tuesday Replace your old sewing machine The Painter "" 'P?

1 col.x 100 lines .' ers and gardens. At Sist ranks. morning."The Smiths stayed with belt with a new Singer Belt 414 E. South St. ..JII
((7 ft 4 in.):100 lines > Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sellers and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bolden at from Denmark Furniture Co. tf
... their 'son Jr. and Miss
Harry Opalocka from Sunday to Tues .
Martha Sellers of Brevard. N. C. SPECIALS *
2nd. Feature tlEWUDGET.PRICED TV weekend with Mr. and I day.Mrs. II FRIDAY AND SATURDAYFeb. *
PORTABLE spent the Irene Roberts of Palatka AMBULANCE SERVICE I
-.---- -SMART COMPACT & POWERFULpowerchassisassureaIog I Mrs. L. F. Smith. Mrs. Sellers is is spending several weeks with her ::1 26-27 Only!
__ PHONE WO 4-2600 .L4
H&_ years the daughter of Mrs. Smith. They daughter Mrs. Herbert Thomas I .- -- .--_.. ._..__
_ of television viewing. Frame left Monday for Deland, where and family. DeWitt ,C. Jones Funeral Home i 303 DEL MONTE .
I (:rid Tube 4-Wafer Cascade they attended the piano recital of Ortho Insecticides At Sistrunks.

Tuner. Magic-Mast Antenna their daughter Miss Marline Sell- Mrs R. A* Thomas will return DeWitt C. Jones Registered, Funeral Director ; FRUIT COCKTAIL .- J9C I

:n L:1: :; (Mocha I.Whit.calorl) \ ers.Mr. Friday from two weeks in Winter Starke, Fla. ,
: and Mrs. G. S. Newcomband
Park with her MrS C.
.1 J-peaker. Antique : daughter
I White $159.95vith son, Chuck will attend a M. Fowl '-, who will spend 'the Rental Service: Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches APPLE JELLY 32 Oz .25c
Mocha reunion dinner Thursday I
\ family weekend with her. __ ,
I r 'l"r l Model LESS rout TRACE \ evening and the Golden Wedding Mrs. M. W. Lance was 'dis '<,- __ iill ,_ __ '". .< "' ''.. _.__ tEijuIgttiiiiI.l '
1g anniversary "at home" Friday charged from Baptist Memorial l 'i GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 46 (>*. 19c

afternoon for Mr. and'Mrs. E. W. Hospital on Wednesday where, I

Newcomb 'at their home in Orb' ',she underwent lung surgery. SheI I QUARTERS

Vista near Orlando. I went to Waycross, Ga. to the

Extra Bobbins save time-Stock home of her son-in-law and daughter SUPERIOR OLEO Lb. pkg. 15c

np with Singer Bobbins at Den- Mr. and Mrs.. R. N. Carswell. ,
mark Furniture Co. if to convalesce. : Lb.'Tin
3
w Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Moxley, Sr.I Mrs. W. N. North spent the BAKE RITE 39c, .
.1 _ _
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. JamesP. J
of Midville, Ga. spent the weekend
With..$5.00 Food Order
..____ __ with Mr. and Mrs. Moxley Jr. Warren in Jacksonville.Mrs. .
k Mrs. Erma Wilburn of Louisville : Michael Wysocki and I BALLARD
t4t= :
'jS Ga. returned home with them after daughter, Cindy, of Jacksonville ,._.1 "la..
twe weeks wisit with the junior spent the weekend with her pare L ._a ::1= : BISCUITS 3 Pkgs. 2Sc

Moxleys.Mrs. ents, Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines. Lrijt

: R. A. Newsom spent last Mrs. Morris Carter underwent '% SWEET

U 1.. week with Mr. and Mrs. H. W., surgery in Baptist Memorial Hospital .. .
0 : Shipp in Jacksonville.. on Tuesday.Mr. POTATOES 3 Lbs. For 25C
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: Dr. Sarah Wells. Mrs. Clyde and Mrs. B. L. Kennedy of

: y4 Terwillegar of Starke and Mrs. Jacksonville spent Sunday with j jI
T. S. Alderman and Mrs. D. E. Hill !their'daughter, Mrs. H. H.: Rabb,! i BANANAS Lb. .lOc
: Jr. and :
i of Hampton attended the American family. I I
/ REjPWE .: Frederick Monroe of Breman,
,. t TOM TRYOMS i Cancer Society crusade Tuesday -
in Gaines- Ga. was a guest last week of Com. _
at Hotel Thomas _
a ____ and Mrs. Fred Glenn. They all : MEAfandlt
t
3cQuucEk ville.Among those being confined were dinner guests -last Friday ,
of Mr. and Mrs. Comer _
: 4111W ARTT P1CTUf with flu the past week are Mrs. 'evening

Cartoon: BATON BUNNY Robert Taylor, Mrs. George Hug- Perryman in Jacksonville. I ra .
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman "-" "--'' "
gins and children Betsy Matthews I
Mrs. J. F. Jaudon, the Jim Blood- i were in St. Simons Island Ga. I We Challenge Competition To
SUN. MON. & TUES. Tuesday to Thursday visiting Mrs.T. .
; worth family. L A. Davis, :Mike -
-
I Feb. 28 & 29 & Mar. 1Cartoon Willis Harry Rabb, Gordon Wager W. Oliver. i BEAT OUR MEAT!
0 !I Mrs. Paul Faulkner and child : ,
0 family, Jewett Fogg family. the. ': SMALL
ren and Meed Lewis went to .
Eey!iaeIQ:: ): iJ Pi be Mack Futch children. :Mrs. N. 0'1. Auburndale on Sunday to get
RE-CAP Wynn. Jerome Johns Mrs. SPARE RIBS
39c
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Lewis who
a pact Edwards Mrs. Paul Hutchins, C.] -

:. .............. --...-.. TRUCK TIRES S. Haddock. Mrs. E. K. Ferryman.!i weeks.had been visiting there several I I a MEATY J -i: 1"ir" ,.. t
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Mrs. Mack Williams. and Mrs. F. I
1 -- From 7.50 20 Thru
x
: \ =WAaNUNOL 1 W. Strickland. In Doctor's Hospital Purchase any model of Singer NECKBGES lb. i
10.00 20 : 10c
x
Sewing Machine at Denmark
wM iE.KEmv. with the flu are Mrs. Francis FRIDAY FEB 26See !
: Furniture Co. U
STOP TAKING Cole and son, Mike, and Mrs.I '> '
three children.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Gill were ALL MEAT HICKORY ....
CHANCES Henry Harris and I
: Watch the Birdie and Mrs. L. F. Smith and I called to Blackstone Va. last I SMOKED SAUSAGE ;:
WITH WORNTREADS weekend 'by the death of Mr. our colorful eight-page circular that -.. .. 39cI
.- son, Tom, attended the piano reCItal '
i Gill's mother, :Mrs. Sally Nicholson .
-> .'
WED. THURS. & FRI. of Mrs. Smith's granddaugn- '-.0. jt:,' '
: shows 50 Items. There GA. HALT OR WHOLE'SIDESMOKED
Gill. Funeral services were over, Very Special I .
Stetson -
Mar.2,3&4\ Let Us Re-Cap Your ten, Miss'Martine -Sejlers, at
: I held in Blackstone last Saturday.Mrs. #
Tires For And ... University in Deland, Tuesday BACON .
Economy 25c
r evening.Mr. E. 1L Davis-was in Archer,I will be many more attractive items at the I
I. ----J Safety! Strickland last weekend visiting :Mrs. P. E .
: and Mrs.: Sidney -
l.HAvW ; Stone and Miss Mamie Anderson.Mr. RID AND .
I I -
: mt( Dealer For of Lake City were weekend guestsof store. -
I and Mrs. :3!. C. Wells had as
AIITMOIIY "
W Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Strickland. BRISKET STEW b.
.FRAI vA : NEW DUNLOP Mr. and Mrs. Welby Griffith of I weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. J.1. 33C
t GIG ( '.t'"' H. Wells and family of p nithIa Don't Miss This Great Sale
YOUR # Manchester Ga. were overnight
.. J.; TIRES guests Tuesday of Mrs. Clyde and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Arbuthnot TENDER CHUCK ROAST OR

_....rAtD'S...II '. Sinclair.Mr. of Winter Haven STEAK Lb.
.
:Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke and .. 49c
,
SHRKE'REGAP and Mrs. Merritt Williams

,I spent the weekend, with Mrs. M.. son of with Jacksonville Mr. and spent Mrs.the weekend Alvin- WE HAVE
SI CINE H Williams in Eustis. Van H. PriestCot OUR OWN SMOKED

=:uND GO. Mr.. and Mrs.. Frank Landrum Gerie. SAUSAGE AGAIN
0e and Miss Frances Landrum of Azaleas: all sizes. At Sistrunks.'

Cartoon: Mut In A Rut Temple Ave Florida-Southern college*spent the Mrs. Laura CoDey is spending I J .: WeGiveFamilyStampsI. '
Phone WO 4-0221 I uveral weeks withMrs.. Sam Gil _
in Brooks-
weekend with relatives -- --- -
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1960 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE THREE
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District 2 UDC who will become the schoql's first I. Marriage LicensesOnly

Will Meet Here alumni.When.
T> the permanent campus two marriage license app -

en Boca Ciega Bay is completedit 'ications were made in the
,District Two of the United
will provide facilities for a county judge's office last week.
Daughters of the Confederacy will
sudy body of 1,200, requiring aexpitalaation Applying for licenses were:
meet Tuesday, March 1, at 10:30 t t
3 of 15000000. Presbyterians William Glenn Ford, 20, of Detroit -
o'clock in Starke Woman's Club.
i Mich. and Bonnie Crawford
Luncheon will ibe served in the : of the Synod of Florida I j jsve
fl.dJ Mooh 13, of Starke.
_. ._._ Methodist Fellowship Hall by the DQMCA 4EBRii being asked to pledge $2,500j j
----- ------------------ ---- --- -------- Willie Lee Robinson, 25, Negro,
wscs. All members are urged to 000 as their part of the establishment :and Mary Ella Lewis, 31, Negro,
Garden Club World Prayer Day attend this meeting.A Wherein the swiftly passing not wasted. of
campaign. both Keystone Heights.
... ,. short business session will be days bring February. I enjoy each I Iday. I have ordered 200 more potato

Hears DiscussionOf To Be ObservedOn ,. held by the W. T. Week's chapter' .to the fullest. I am only sure eyes. I have a family who wantsto I 4 .

Propagation March 4th following the District meeting in of today.- buy 600 lbs. next fall. Ha! We I when needRELIABLE

lieu of their regular monthly T1 days I loved will never come always raise all we need and you

'Mrs. M. F. Hazen gave an illustrated United Church Women will observe meeting. ,again more. Then I think it will be fun j
'
talk on' the propagationof the 74th anniversary of the One by one they have dwindled I'I'i to help somen else out who likes

house plants at' the Starke World Day of Prayer on March Beta Sigma Phi i down,until I Name grown potatoes. Mine always GAS SERVICETHINK

Garden Club meeting Monday eve- 4, the first Friday in Lents The : They are as" crushed as rose |! keep well and do not sprout

ning In St. Mark's Parish House. observance here will be held at Plans Skate Party leaves in a crystal jar.A badly. I am wondering if those

Mrs. Hazen was introduced by 10 am. in the First Presbyterian faint fragrance. from a far off red painted potatoes are so heal OF SLADE gAS
Members of Beta Phi
Sigma
hilL thy for anyone.
Mrs. A. Russell Norman, program Church. ,
chairman, who had as her theme Offerings taken at this timewill sorority and their dates and hus; .Tuouglj| I shall mourn-the hour The ground hog did not see

"How Green Is Your Thumb?" be equally divided between Mrs. Thomas Finishes bands will have a skating party will not be stayed, his shadow here. The day was I TANKS FROM\ GALLONS TO 1,000 OR m-

She had variety. of house plantson home and foreign missions, aid Course In NursingMrs. Tuesday evening. March 1, at the :I The rose will bloom on its fragile dark and cloudy. It is usually j I 9.3551COIN
PHONE WO
Gainesville rink. The will
hand to Illustrate her talk. to agricultural workers in this group stem, bright out here but this January

During the business meeting country, -as well as Indian Ameri meet at the home of Mrs. Ned And stitch a tulip border on the W3 had quite a few dark days. I
Lucia Thomas of Starke Yancey at,6:30: o'clock. hem. did not mind, for I was busy.
)lrs. J. N.Hopkins, president, 'ap- cans. Abroad, the funds are used .
graduated Feb. 12 from the
tc Christian leaders The sorority is also planning for Trough April's pageantry of golden Soon the painter*will be here to
pclntel Miss Clara Leamari. Mrs help develop
School of
Practical Nursing con an Easter fashion show for preteen take the off the walls down
Ola. Perkins and Mrs. J. D. Doyleon song paper
in the new African and Asian ducted the Alachua I LAUNDRYHave
-committee.Mrs. countries by County : children on April 14 which, I keep remembering a snowbound in the old part of the Mortuary.
the nominating provide reading materials I
public ,schools Department of Vocational -
will be announced later. Then walls
will the
street have
Doyle, Civic chairman, .reported ,. aid women students in Education. Graduation we
roadside beautifi- Asian Where courage held a shining painted a dusty rose to match the
the 11 Christian and
on colleges
exercises were held in the Gaines- will in your own franchised, protected Econ-O-Wash coin
cation other projects. Sock Hop Scheduled lamp heart-high chapeL !carpenter put
program. 'canied'out the many ville High School auditorium.Mrs. And left it burning at my feet. tile ceilings. I do not know what operated: laundry in Starke, Florida. Ready for im-
The hostesses During the observance',
'Washingtonbirthday prayers 'Thomas took part of her After BasketballThe Carrie Hunter 1 I else we will do as yet. mediate opening. Ideal location, low rent and requiresvery
George will rise around in the world in training at the J. Hillis Miller
The above must be read So the days I love 'are passing. little of time Keep present job
theme in refreshments.. 63 l languages and more than 1,000 I Health Center'at the Universityof ,Freshman Sock Hop will be poem your your
I dialects. Florida, and at Alachua Gen- held Friday evening, Feb. 26, at over and over to get the feel and 'I'I When I grow too old to work, and and have an extra income of approximately $600 a
l the meaning. Time slips by so I perhaps be alone, I shall have the
Meets
Altar Society eral Hospital. She is employed at BHS gym after the basketball month. This will require $4,500.00 cash to get started.
swiftly and we have today, but fragrance of memories, of dear
Miss Martine SellersIn Doctors in Starke.
Hospital game. tomorrow.So faces,,the of birds, the snow-
Mrs. Joe Wallace won the hand- we are never sure of song
Feature entertainers will be ECOH-0-WASH INC.
made stole given away by St. Stetson Recital.The I live each day and just be as bound street and the pageantry of ,
Ladies Council disc jockey Ted Johns of Jackson-
each season all down the years.
Edward's Altar Society at its happy'as I can in it. I have liveda

meeting Tuesday evening. School of Music of Stetson Circle 3 Meeting ville Elbert, who will, spin soloist.records, and good many places and had lots Let us be kind and happy now P. 0. Box 5665 Phone FL 9-2376

During the social hour Mrs. University presented:Miss: :Martine Hersey of changes in my life. As I look with those we love and cherishour

Sellers, daughter of Mt. and Mrs. Admission, 35c single and 50c back treasure each memories.God JACKSONVILLE 7 FLA.
Wallace and, Mrs. L. C. Humph- Circle 3 of the Ladies Councilof couples. now, I golden ,
Harry Sellers of Brevard N. C. in I moment. When small bless you every one.
ries, hostesses, served refreshments the First Christian Church held my son was
her senior recital Tuesday evening I must MOTHER LURA. _
to the 15 members present. a social meeting with Mrs. Wesley I had a feeling always that g -
... in Deland. Miss Sellers is the I Madison St. WMUCircle take good care of him and enjoy

granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Andrews evening, circle1leadertlastThursday in the church him and that Is what I did. Not Co. B Is Given FACTORY PRICESONE

F.' Smith and has' here 1 of the Madison Street once
visited did I leave himwith a baby
often. She is a piano major study- annex. Baptist Church WMU' will meet sitter. Then came school days and Excellent Rating

ing with Mrs. Claude Almand, anda ant Mrs. Rocebell chairman Tomlinson. assist-the with Mrs. Clyde LaMee, 2150 E. for a time, he even went to school After Inspection QT. OR GAL. OF PAINTFREE
program gave
member of the Travel Squad of Brownlee street Tuesday morning where I taught. He'was so good. ,
devotional from
Romans. Chap-
the Stetson Glee Club. March 1, at 9:30 o'clock. Friends I recall and love where- A rating of excellent was given
ter 12, with prayer by Mrs. Ara
Moitt. ever I have lived. I keep in touch Co. B, 748th Ordnance Bn., Camp

Southside PTAThe Plans were made to attend the Executive BoardThe with most of them by letter. Memories Bl&nding, in the recent annual

are like crushed rose leavesin inspection conducted by Lt. Col.
f Christian Home in Jacksonvilleon
Southside Elementary PTA April 21. executive board of the a crystal jar. They have a George C. Bryant.In .

will meet Tuesday evening, Mar. of Starke Woman's Club will meet at fragrance. Thus I realize these noting that the Camp Bland-
Officers elected at the close -
1, at 8 o'clock in the cafetorium. the business meeting were: Mrs. 3:30: p.m. Thursday afternoon, days with my good Don are num- Lag unit was superior on several

March 3, in the clubhouse. bered. Life .is fading fast away. items, Col. Bryant said: "Key positions -
W. L. Andrews leader Mrs.
;
My dog'Digger is getting old. I are occupied by qualified With Each Quart Or Gallon You Buy

A Equila Roberts, co-leader; Mrs. .'...YYYYYYYYYTYYYYYYYY.MAXVILLE love my dog, too, and I realize personnel, many being employedfull

h. D IC Mrs.Eunice Rosebell Wilson,Tomlinson program ,chairman assistant; that one of these days I shall time by the USP&FO.or State Price Starts At $2.00 Qt. -- $5.98 Gal.

yMEATe.L place him in his little white casket Maintenance Shop in positions
I s STARKE FLA. program chairman; Mrs., Millie Don gave me and lay him in compatible with those held In the MARY CARTER PAINT STORE
Fogg, treasurer; and Mrs. Ara
I the ground beneath the cherry unit. Morale appeared high as
SUN. MON. TUES. Moitt:, secretary. By Mrs. C. B.' Nolan tree in the garden. Only God evidenced by the appearance and 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville, Fla. Tel. FR 6-75881, '

Feb. 28-29, March 1st The telephone committee con- I tAAAAAAAAAAA&AA AAAA&AA Knows how long that Don and I f attitude of personnel and attend-
cists of'Mrs..,P.S.. Denmark, Mrs. '
Double Feature"TIMBUKTU" ,
havetogether.. These have been at drills. Maintenance records -
ance "
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L)eforttfi Leona English Mrs. Effie Johns, Mrs. Trisa Foster of Palatka busy and I have main- --.- :- : : -,- -- -=- .;;:-:::.= --, -=- -,,:, ': -,
holidays good years, years, and the storage and
Mrs. Marjorie Underhill and Mrs. visited here Saturday with her
Please take fair heed Mature"CAREER" learned so much 'and had great tenance of equipment were super-
With Victor
Bessie Winkler. br'ether and sister-in-law, Mr..
r Of wry plumbing+ I happiness. I would that I could ior. Oral examination of personnel e

And repair need. Serving.on the membership committee and. Mrs.. Morris Bell and family I hive at least 20 more years here. in ranks Indicated prior train-

Dean Martin, Caryolin Jones are Mrs.! Mary ,E. Wynn, Misses Nancy and Becky Hig-' But since I do not know how ing had been effective and that i c Y Yw

Remember that leaky faucet you Also Cartoon Mrs. Susie Beaver, Mrs. .Louise don and. Alvin Padgett attended long ,I shall enjoy each moment it was well retained. Training was

've been Ignoring? 'Does It bother Newman, Mrs Lizzie McKinney! the basketball game in Hilliard and thank God for the coming of presented in a, superior, manner ,

you. ? All you need b a good WED. &. THURS. March 2.3 sists of Mrs. Bonnie McKinney. Friday night between Baldwin March and April, yes young April with emphasis on practical work." 'H L-.--) ---;;:-:-"_";-, '--,
Double Feature Refreshments were served to the and Hilliard. The Baldwin with skirts of apple I shall Joseph Co. B. : --- '
plumber and It won't leak anymore boys green. Capt. Wood commander l' .:?' '0///

., We're In business! to stop ''That Kind of Woman' nine Andrews.women 'present by' Mrs lost the gameby 4 points. remember the snow-bound streetas said that he was pleased ,\ :;._... .-."!,/II//J'":1"

leaky faucets, among other things.i. Sophia Loren & Tab Hunter Mrs. Bernice Garrett and chil- it is today. I am glad. with the report and that this \ .

Just faucet's as dren of Jacksonville' visited here Last week,we had two funerals. rating: was a reflection of the
call us and your "Inside The Mafia"Cameron 1
good as fixed. Birthday Parties Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Doss One on Friday was a ship in from hfeh quality of men in the com- \ Ouif Lire -

Mitchell HIgginbotham and family. Denver. The funeral was here in pany. Several vacancies have been Aoua'APtah

Also Cartoon Observed JointlyMrs. Friends of Bob Nolan son of the chapel. I sang two songs and opened in the company and Capt. .I
J '
rQIc Mrs. Hattie Nolan, will be interested played the organ. They were very Wood is looking for experienced t.ued8
FRI. & SAT. March 4.5 Lennard Register, Jr. and
to learn that he underwent happy and gave me $5 I save in prior-service personnel or high..f
Mrs. L. J. N
Double Feature Richardson gave a com-
surgery in Riverside Hospital In a fund to do some.good deed. The i I I school seniors to, fill these Po-

_Sfpr/CTANKSFRV/CE- "The Five Pennies"Danny bined afternoon birthday on the party lawn of Saturday the latter Jacksonville Tuesday morning and man passed away,just as Don was sitions.: Someone stiff! has to pay for groceries

Kaye we wish him a speedy recovery, starting to get the body from the The next drill will be Monday, paycheck stops...
1314 Blanding'street, for their when your
Mr: and Mrs. Harry Padgettwere train. So I had to call another larch 7, at 8 p. m. Men interested -
"The
Jayhawkers"Jeff children, Richardson, who
Barby
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud mortician to help me. By eveninghe in joining the Guard are invited ...and it's up to YOU! Gulf Life has many family
Chandler & Fess Parker five old. and Steve
was years Mosley in Middleburg last Sunday, was in the casket. Both the to visit the company at this protection plans with exclusive Adapt-A-Plan features -
Also Cartoon Register who was four.
The 16 little guests enjoyed Roger North of the Universityof man and woman were past 90. So time. : to help you the job. Ask -- r ulf Life

Florida in Gainesville spent the it may well be that I can live 20
with prizes and given resentative.
were
games weekend here with his parents, more years. Whoopee! Hunt
Wyoming
I favors of candy and balloons. Re-
,Mr. and Mrs. John North and The sun is shining bright and \l}
freshments were served from an -
I family. the deep snow we have had for Films Are ShownAt -

I Win A $$50 Bond! birthday attractive party table,cloth.overlaid There with were a be Friends glad to of know.Buddy that, Ledoux he has been will melting.some weeks It is up on in the the 40 ground degrees is Rotary ClubCol. GULF LIFE INSURANCE COMPANYFounded Florida

two birthday cakes, ice cream' and attending the radar school at today. .. 1911 .Home Office,Jacksonville,
l punch. bread for dinner. H. C. Wall of St. Augustine -
Cecil Field. We had corn
Submit your entry now in the formerly of Starke showedan
make it for
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Mr. and Mrs. Dewey McPherson Here is the way
entertaining color film at the
Chamber of Commerce Contest for Farewell Party and Mr. and, Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson two: J
Rotary Club Wednesday, taken
had as their dinner guests CORNBREAD 3-4 cup corn
For Mrs. Barry Oil a recent hunting trip that he No MONEY DOWN
> 2 tablespoons -
"Trade at Home Slogan. ., last Saturday Mr. and Mrs.> Len meal fe cup white flour.
and a of friends, including
group
I I DeYoung of Michigan Miss Nan sugar, scant tablespoon
II :Mrs. Lester Humphreys, Mrs.I
Herbert Wolfe, St. Augustine road
MrS. Bill Jutr 2 baking powder.
McPherson and Mr. and : teaspoons
All entries must be in by !March 15. All persons 15 Henry Stefanelli and Mrs. Richard Add milk to makea contractor, made 'in Wyoming.CoL .
Oliver! of 'Jacksonville.Twentynine Sift together.
MONTHS TO PAY
Richards entertained at a com- Wall was introduced by W. 12
i young people gath- stiff batter and add a beaten
bined and
birthday going-away
years or older may enter. last at ered at the home of Miss Carolyn egg and melted fat. Bake at 450 Graham.. -
party Friday evevning
Last week at Rotary, S. E.
last night and in well-greased 9x9 pan until
Strickland Friday a
rrrr. er Barry's Restaurant honoring Mrs.
enjoyed a very delightful party. brown. Cut In squares. Don likes Sparks had charge of the programand ''New FIRESTONE SAFETY CHAMPION

MAIL TO CHAMBER QF COMMERCE,. STARKE Michael Barry. Mr. and Mrs. ,James Norman of butter and a bit of syrup on his presented Dr. D. R. Tilley of
Mrs Barry left Sunday for St. Johns River Junior College.
Jacksonville visited relatives in bread. It has a good taste. TIRESBlack
Date_ ___ Miami where she will work at the this neighborhood over the week- HELPFUL HINTS: Make a pot Palatka, who, spoke on the role White
University of Miami. of junior colleges in higher edu-
left from
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the material
holder from
Twenty friends of Mrs. Barry end.Mr. cation. Dr. Tilley was accompanied 7.50 x 14 19.95 24.95
words or"less Padgettand
Suggested slogan (10 ): and Mrs. Harry each apron.
.. enjoyed the party and were served by Sen. B. C. Pearce of Pa-
refreshments from an attractive daughter. Bonnie were visit- They are,colorful j nd then you latka. 8.00 x 14. 22.95 27.95
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:, In Green Cove Springs last always have a supplron
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29.95
table centered with
an arrange- in 8.50 x 14 24.95
'. Saturday. you have a,our stomach once
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Mr., and Mrs. Bill Oliver accompanied awhile try, 'chewing double mint Casey Will HeadPresbyteri
iris.
Name --_-__ n _Ad L_-_______ I Mrs and Mrs. Len De-: gum, and'drink'water. If you can-
I Young and Miss, Nan McPherson not sleep In the night after awakening n LIFE TIME r MUFFLERS

on a sightseeing tour, to. Marine- I spend that time saying College DriveTom

:" land last Saturday afternoon.Mr. a prayer for other people.

and Mrs. Oscars Wilkinsonwere Think happy, thoughts and time Is L. Casey principal of DELCO BATTERIES

business visitors in Jacksonville Southside Elementary School, has

SUPEM0011. a Monday. Waters last Sunday. been named local chairman of the

Mr. and Mrs. Len DeYoung of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moore and Establishment Campaign Com All Of
Types
Michigan are visiting here with son. H. L. of Gainesville visited mittee for Florida Presbyterian

Mr. and Mrs. C. E Wilkinson Sr. Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family College. Announcement of the appointment -

tI ... Bradford County Hospital an- We regret that both Mr and Mrs.' Sunday night. was made by Rev. MECHANICAL WORK

nounces the following births: DeYoung and Mrs. Wilkinson are We are very sorry that littls Barry Van Deventer after an

Mr. and ;Mrs.. Charles Baldree,, ill this week with the flu. Mrs. Miss Sara Mae Griffis is ill and area-wide mobilization meetingin TUNE-UPS

Starke a daughter Tressie Renee. DeYoung is the former Miss Ems ccnfined to home this week. Jacksonville on Feb. 19.

Feb. 18. v > McPherson of Maxville Miss Carolyn Strickland Fred A delegation from Starke. Including *, BRAKE WORK

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Weaver, We are very glad this Miss Bonnie Pendarvis, Linda Waters, Richard Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Hardin MOTOR OVERHAULINGTRY

V bvV'qa. tarke, a daughter, Katherine : Padgett was able to return .to Norman. Bonnie Padgett Mr. and Mr, Casey;, Mr. and

Christine, Feb. 19. school this week after having Robert Lancaster: and Kay Strick- Mrs. Guy Andrews, Mrs. W. J.

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Crawford, been ill and under the doctor'scare. land were visitors' In Jacksonville Epperson and Re)?. Van Deventer

Lawtey. a son, Randy Eugene, Sunday afternoon. neard Presbyterian leaders from OUR FINANCE PLAN

.. Feb. 19. We 'are very glad to know that Mrs. Dorothy Waters and aH! over the Synod of Florida discuss -

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ratliff. Willie Harris has sufficiently daughter Linda and Mrs. Rosa the needs and opportunitiesfor

Starke, a son, Walter Etna Rat- recovered to be at home now from Lte Waters were visitors in Jack- a church-related college in

liff, Jr., Feb. 19. the Ed Fraser hospital 'in Mac- sonville last Saturday. the state. 'DODD'S RVICEANDSALES

At Enjoy lots of nutritious ice,cream Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Under- clenny. j Mr;; and Mrs. Bud Waters and I It was,announced that plans and

h 11... Starke arson, Feb. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson family of Jacksonville visited Mrs. facilities are nearing completion
at the friendly stores displaying
riVRHiy-f AMJiw I Mr. and Mrs. George B. Flynn, and family visited in Jacksonville Dorothy Waters and family Sat flu the September 1960 openingof AUTO
; the Super Sue sign.Super Sue .
jr., Starter a daughter Neva Sunday night with Mrs. Grace urday. the'schooL Until a permanent

Stores is super good-it's superior.' Jayne, Feb. 23. Herrick and Mr, and Mrs. Frank Sorry to learn that the D. J. campus is available,, the former 58 S. Walnut St. Phone WO 4.3861

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Morgan, Schmidt. Parrish family has been quite sick Maritime Training Station of St. STARKE FLORIDA

All Popular FlavorCcn ,Pirdt,amity tt-Gofloft: Keystone Heights son, Barrett O. L. Norman of Highland'was the past week with the flu and Petersburg will be used as the interim .
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place of business at St rkt', Bradford [I State does hereby certify to the
Motions'AttackIndictmenfs Wfyf WW t ,.TJMmtmmi' County in the. State of ,F ori- 'ore-going and that hes satisfied
editorial z Aa 'x a e da, and whereas the proper officers) that the requirements of law have
ff&r r 4 f MH'h corporation did on the llth been! complied with. .
day of February. A. D. 1960; causeto In Witness Whereof I have hereunto
fy3'" w s7k :au..fK be filed in the office of the Secretary set my hand and have affixed
of State of the State of the Great Seal of the State of Florida
Yellow Line Trouble AgainEven Of 12 GuardsA 'JKi-f Florida! a duly authenticated resolution at Tallahasse, the Capital, this
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adopted by the stockholders) -teenth day of February A.
Ltuler the provisions of said Chapter D. 1969.
69$, Florida Statutes, showingtht V
before the "traffic controversy I. .IIR
Lawtey: trap" score,of motions; ttack'ug the Dissolution of such corporation. A. Gray, Secretary of State
was settled reports were heard .concerning civil rights indictment' returned 1jkm44 X therefore, the &cretary of It

another highway trouble spot in Bradford County .
against 14 former Raiford State : --

-Hampton Junction.As Prison guards last Dec. 15 were _
in the case of Lawtey, it is difficult to fix Custom. Built
filed in the U. S. District Court
blame for this situation-if, indeed, there is any

blame to be fixed. But even assuming that every- Monday.The .
guards, all residents of ; rs d4* 4r :' Homes '
one has acted in good faith and within ibis proper ;
law it still Bradford Union and ..Baker Counties Y
sphere as prescribed by seems that t -
some means could be found for remedying a situ- are charged with having violated :

ation that is so obviously undesirable. the civil rights of prisonersby by

According to reports, many motorists are having inflicting unauthorized punishments -

to be stopped at Hampton Junction because upon them after S a prison Greens Considered 'Safest Gamble'Gathering 'a

they (some perhaps unwittingly) pass other' riot in 1958. JIM _

cars at this coint-a violation of the law. Members The guard captain James H, ,
of the Florida Highway Patrol say they Dunn, and his lieutenant. Earl L.\ turnips on'the Wade by farmers: who need a little cash(freezes up the country, he has
Gaskins farm during the past coming in during,, the winter(hit for some real money. .
have to watch this intersection almost constantlyin Chesser. 'two of the defendants I I
As with other marketing
order to prevent more accidents than have named in the indictments were week was a chilly job while winmonths. crops WALTERCHOOSE
Post of seed is small as a cou- is the big problem and the most
already occurred there. This fact, in itself, indicates dismissed from their posts aftera ter got in successful a few late licks. A! growers of greens are

there Is something Wrong when so many the State riot's Cabinet aftermath.investigation of patch of "greens" Is still regard- and when the grower hits the $2 muse who plant succession crops

motorists .make the same violation at a given Motions filed for Dunn and eJ as "the best bet for a gamble" 0 x $2.50 market Jackpot, due to throughout the season. FROM OVER SO DIFFERED

point. Chesser Jby Emory S. .Akerman, MODELS...OR JIM WAITER WlUfititiD BQM
There is no criticism involved as' to the role Orlando attorney asked tot dis- TB Cattle Testing' WOODS FIRESThe In For(fluntr Bradford Jud CoB:..'..'Court", Florida.In IB .A.d YOUR PLANS- ......

of the Highway Patrol at Hampton Junction for missal of indictments chargingthe re: Estate of Adam T. Green,
we are fully in sympathy with their efforts to two conspired '\\ith. other Now Under WayIn number of acres burned in deceased.XOTICE' TO CREDITORS

prevent accidents, and they have been quite guards to violate the civil rightsof Bradford CountyThe woods fires this year has greatly All (creditors" the estate of
lenient in handing out warning tickets insteadof prisoners and called for bills increased over last year's total A lap\ T. Green deceased are hereby -
notified and required to file
of particulars giving more de. regular program for testinga according to the Florida Forest any $2195C
fines in the. less flagrant c ses. However, it claims or demands which they may
tails of the alleged punishments. percentage of 'cattle In Brad- Service. have against! said estate in the office -
that something could and
obvious
still seems Motions for the other 12 de- ford County for tuberculosis Is in There have been 33 fires since of the county judge of Brad.for.i tftIGh7
should be done to improve conditions at this County Florida In the court-
fendants whose defense by Ches 'progress by the Florida Livestock January 1 of this year while hoiife at Starke Florida, within -
point ter Bedell of Jacksonville is being Board. County Agent G. T. Hug- there were only 15 .during the eight calendar months from the
:Many motorists claim confusion because the paid for by the State were along gins announced yesterday, same period last year. Becauseof date notice of Each the first claim publication'of or demand must this

yellow stripe, indicating no pass zone and similar lines. "Florida livestock health regu- these fires 464.5 acres were N :n writing and must state the .

which marks much of U. S. 301 between Starke Besides Dunn and Chesser the lations require that once very burned since January 1. During a place and the junction of 301 and 18, suddenly stops other lefendants are: Edward three years a 'percentage of the this same length of time last year, be sworn to by the claimant his
Ralph Taylor, Melvin cattle population be tested to keep only'78-8 acres burned. agent, or his attorney, or it will
just before it reaches the intersection. This McKinney become void according to law.. ..
James Arthur Barton, Albert Lee out tuberculosis infection" 'Hug- Six fires occurred last week with February 18th; 1960.
motorists who are not perhaps as
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causes some 'Is done ''S! Robert G. GreenROBERT Sat. 5:30 P.M. WJXT-TV Jacksonville Ch. 4
Stafford Russell Carter Hubert gins said. "The testing ;by 66 acres burned. Much of the Every
alert should be and are unaware (in O. GREEX.
as they Griff, Dopsie Allen Griff, qualified veterinarians and there trouble Js due to the light amountof Administrator of the Estate of -
spite of JCT signs) that they are approaching a Johnnie O. Dobbs, Andrew W. it no charge for this 'service. rainfall last week, only .30 Aunt T. Green deceased. Featuring the Famous Radio tndTV&tland

junction, to pull out and attempt to pass the car Richardson., Earlis Harvey. Ron- In addition to testing .all cattlein inches. !:nth First l&fiO.Publication" on February i
ahead on what appears to them as a straight nie K. Griffis and J. C. Batton. commercial dairy 'herds, it is 2/25 4t 317C'KHTlFIfATE
stretch of road.Highway \ Arguments on the motions will necessary to have a representative ent time Bradford County is listed -' their Clinch Mountain Boys
the Livestock Board OF ronPOHATEmssoi.rTiox
Patrolmen say they :have} requestedthe be heard by U. District Judge number of beef cattle to qualifyfor by as being
free of tuberculosis in livestock
State Road, Department to repaint the yellow Bryan Simpson on March 3. re-accreditation. 'Huggins la The same And By The
"--- :and we want to keep this rating" Authority Of The State Of FloridaTo
line through the junction, but have been told that pointed out that it 'is especially he added. All To Whom These Presents
important that all family milk Sh-lH Come Greetings
SRD policy was changed several years ago and Variety Show cows be tested since tuburculosis Cattleowners who want their Whereas

the department no l hanger paints yellow stripesat can be ''transmitted through milk stock tested are asked to contact Florida Bernard L. Cate. ., St. Petersburg,

intersections. They take the position that the For Heart fund to the consumer the .county agent or Dr. R. S. Pobert S. Hendry. 'St. Petersburg
at the side of the road are Mullins veterinarian, to make ar-> FloridaHelen
JCT (junction) signs "We do not want even one L. Cat('. St.. Petersburg
sufficient and that motorists should know it Friday ,Night animal in our county that might rangements.THE Florida .. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
did on the 24th day of December
is against the law to pass at junctions.The bo infected," the County 'Agent RIGHT rOOTl" for the _\. O. 1938: cause to he incorporated 3281 W. Beaver St. Call collect EV 7-1141, or
road officials believe that in order to be Eight' local clubs and several said. "Just last month an in way you write. Come In and BE'. under SOS. Florida the provisions Statutes-, of Chapter Write P. 0. Box 6248. Jacksonville, Fla.

effective a yellow -stripe would have to extend at out of town entertainers will pre- fection'was found in oneof our sect your favorite ESTERBROOK ('.\'fEHF\DRY CHEVROLET): CO. Contact Starke Hardware Co., Phone WO 4.5311

least a thousand feet on each side of an intersection sent musical numbers and skits neighboring. counties. At the pres- Fountain_Pen. TELEGRAPH. a IXC.corporation with its principal
done at intersection la the annual Heart Fund variety *
and, if this were every .J..
snow to be presented at 7:30: p.m.
Florida highways would be virtually one
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Friday in the'Woman Club auditoriUl.I. -
long no-passing zone. .

The road department, with its trained engi- .A special: feature of the program '. ,
neers to study such things, certainly knows more will be the awarding of certificates 'YOU CANT SEAT .. ..' i'.;: -: '" --,,'

about highway marking than the layman and we of/merit to "Mr. !and Mrs. Citi 1" T ." : ...;,.....t"t, :..p"; : '; >- '
don't intend to argue with them ,:about their zer&" for-outstanding service to the :; : ..- '.- ,' '_ \ ..; '. ..
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policy of marking intersections. We do wish, however community during 1959. : :'i.. .. .,. : : \ : ', : ; ', 1---::';',.>:! -.y.' ,.. ,
Organizations part ... t 'oJ ....... .
that a'' study would be made of the Hamp- ;having a on. >oor..,. ,
Junction situation as a special) case and if the program include Lions Jay- V *A *< \ t

ton be done to help remedy what is cces.: Junior Woman's Club ,_ '- --'I'; ; -"" -< --.;.... .lIatura1 .<
anything can Bradford Hospital Auxiliary Cub I G' A S
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genuine confusion on the part of : '..:::: ".
apparently U..S. 301 Scouts and Boy Scouts. Beta Sigma "'." ;9:1. ,
before .
many motorists that it be done Phi. and Rotary. Patty Har- .. : : '/ -:
gets branded with another "trouble spot" which row dance, udents will be featured :- ., > .
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certainly does na one any good. and out of town guest stars '., a -c'1, ., .' .. ." ..,,'. .: __ -_,.
will be Patty and Jim Bo Lena- ". >" : ;
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Uruguay Reprieves Chessman hari, television and radio enter- :>'i ;; :.,:,, .- : -- ; I
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tainers .of Gainesville and the : : ..
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of Chessman, Washboard; Combo also of "
Caryl
The last minute reprieve '-; "

depraved sex offender whose le alist c didoes Gainesville.Admission will be by donation'of \ : : :;( >

have saved;\ him! from The gas chamber for .twelve $1 for adults and 25 cents for '::'j < r:> c" ,. ,:
brought expressions'of shocked disapproval ; r z: ,: : : ;
years, children to the heart fund. : .... :
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from at least five members of Congress, threats. .' I"i" f)81'h"c'; ; -- ,' :>Ii '
of impeachment against Governor.Brown,.of,California .- -- --.- -'" .'-. --- ----,----. ".' :'tl.; .;'.\.'. .:' ,'.* o.- ,. : .:<.... .z. .
of relief from misguided do- .f.' ]'I' ," f '' : '-'
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; and sighs : \ ;" .
: 0 r'r -
gooders around the world. ".."' ,J., '. .
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House member disapproved .WHENYou -
The four Senators and one .

mainly because Governor Brown said : : ,:.,\J : \' .
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a State > :
'' action after .receiving '
'he took reprieve-
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Department telegram stating that if'Chessman ,"' '. 0 MODERN LIV'ING ; '-- '. ,
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were executed there might be 'demonstra'tionsduring '. '.. <..- .

President Eisenhower's' forthcoming visitto .',. .... .
Uruguay and Brazil. The State Departmentwas '. .

interfering quick to with deny California that it justice had any-the thought telegramhad of NE'EDMO. And now is the time to apply for Natural Gas Service to your home '

been sent as a matter of routine, it was lamely .-. _.> *. ..

] explained. Governor Brown, constitutionally ;' .:'or business! A $5.00 deposit required. .: <"
seized '
opposed to capital punishment, eagerly I ,..
upon the telegram as an "out"-granting clem- ., ,. -

ency to Chessman, in spite of' the large body of ( Yes now while service line in Starke will install '** 9:; =.f=
legal and judicial opinion sustaining the order .._ our crews are we : .
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for execution.The Chessman. case has involved more litiga- SEE US the service tine from the !main to your house absolutely' :" '" :; /cj t

tion than any other criminal case in United States ;. FREE ,

,history. Since his conviction on June 25, 1948, < 4'. ., -"

Chessman's cause has had the repeated attention ..:

,nf*/i the California of the Supreme- United. States.Court and He has the had Su- ,",,' lfyou are now using L. P. Gas we will convert your equipment to use "';;'7i -< .
Court
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me .
pre .' ,
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the benefit has managed of every to stir loophole up misguided the law sympathy providesand LOANS :'. :.:t .t.":< Natural Gas -at no .cost to you. '. *. ', : /: '" .

of the public at home I '
certain segments ; :
among of ; "',- : \
and with a series of books-products + '
.abroad '
what' ope famed lawyer termed ". a brilliant, UPTOX600 < : : r 'Se :,Sav.e money call the CityC/erk at the City Hall today >and ,have-V; ; ;i

sick mind." : ":' i $'

spectacle And now of we threatened are treated demonstrations to the fantastic among $ '. ::< i tv-t.:; : Natural' Gas service 'line installed FREE -- : v / ,:ij4J' :;'

"students in Uruguay changing the course of .

American justice. If there were, indeed, dangerof .- .


very riots easily in have Uruguay changed, President his plans Eisenhower and gone could golf- t* Whether you' parr'to use-tafural'Gas( now, 'or at a later; date let us.- *. >

ing at Augusta an extra day.

The London Times, although a foe of over capital tire 'W oIks Find Us : ." 'r' put your 'service 'line in now while the 'work .crews are in, your neighborheod. w .. ,;-. .
rumbled disapprovingly
punishment, ;: .
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Chessman's reprieve: "Such external Friendly" .' .
of i
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cause ..s. .: : '
considerations. are highly damaging,.to'the reputeof .

the law and could-of qourse, be brought for- LOCAL FiNANCECOMPANY . .. .

ward at any time agaiiu" Governor Brown it .' ; .-. ., ', ,t.

seems to us, has done "himself and the cause of IF YOU LIYE. ON THE MAINS. "'
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justice, his state and nation. a great disservice.' '"-..

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 116\ N. Walnut Street :CALL 10 4.1301 NOWTO NATURAL : ft -.

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TTRt11SDAYFEBRUARY.25.-1960 ., .,. .. .. _' ,,, '. .BRAD :'COrjfTY:, TELEGRAPH, ST3BK& FLORIDA t---.n..a--= ._- -_n'. ,_-.r' ...., :. .. _r_d._ __-_ ,_ .. P"-3E=m.- _. _
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yyyyyyyyyy.yyyyy..T.1 I points, was selected on the all regularly as a S. A. L. railroad FPA boys visited each member's I Curtis Carleton .. .. 'i.V: : ,:, '''f .!" i Ifolkt, S 44! Woodland Avenue afu'wU' or plead,ILK in the office of
conference team along with Edgar fireman and is living, in Tampa. 1..me and projects in the diner t- Little Dennis Carleton. :ion of bn.tnf'es::; ,that are Interested \\antagh, New York. I iw. '...'.tr* .... \"Ii i. i .< .i v--"i,;:,i .,Itt
BALDWIN Williams. He visited here ent parts of the community. I Mr. and Mrs Carleton YIU are hereby notified > that a t4r* tl* 'Hth it.*\ of.; Man
% with his parents : Curtis ,;has' :ta'CUltivating additional tourist petition for modification of final 180. If yon fail to d ;iwig-:tent
The Baldwin girls behind the 56 last Thursday and Friday, I Mr. and'Mis. W. H. Spence'and;> .I had his operation postponed and _.._v ,,4.- uiucu co attend- '.''". ree haS fcen filed ta the above! by cttfdtrit will 1 ttai.n; jgtin-t!

& & ..AAAAAAAAAAAA4A. point performance of Mary 'Robinson Mr. and ,Mrs.. C. W. Jones and Mr. and Mrs C. C. Spence spent is.expected home from the Hope ,. CEMETERVORKL of" }.fe.'led Hilda court Damato in which seeks your to former amend )t t"rjtih.(,u.for the. relief d"m',1ec1. In said

defeated Bunnell in the family visited relatives and friends J last Thursday Thursday night Haven Hospital this week'for a- I G the child custody provision of the Don And O.dl'rl'd.t Stx: k".
finals 94 to 69 to cop the conference in Seville Sunday. I and Friday fishing down at while. j There' will be a working at {'inal I decree of divorce entered by Pfadford County Floridathis I
wKI f te above eourt on Aoguest l9. day of February, mo
crown. 'Mary Robinson, along -Mrs. S. H. Clark is visiting in Volusia Bar and had very good llrmd, M1' "*' !uteh" Braddock ISapp' Cemetery! near Raiford ont f t.t; : ID said petition the :said!! Hilda SEA,) .
with Violet Bur 1sed. Diane Grin- Ozark,. Ala with her son-in-law ;Juck. '. > oi Winter Haven 'spent theeeken4 Tuesday, March 1. All Interested I !>;un to. prays that said final de- CHARLES A DARBY

I cr and Bunnie Stokes made all and daughter Mrand Mrs. Max Miss Sandra Grantham of : here WIth| Mr. ...Brad- : persons are urged to come and tee Oat Fhe of divorce be awarded be modified the care cusxly and- : Clerk: Circuit County OIVadford n.t, Florida

conference. I Pike, and daughter. {Jacksonville spent last weekend dock's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.fti1h& tools tor work with-Mrs.pelie !< and control of Barbara Ann By Marian I* Crosby '

We have been very proud of our j f llaby Pike I with Miss Judy Spence. fit C. Oliver.: I McCormick.jfc fil''f'J'mato.' of You\our'are answer required or pleadingto to serves AdKins Deputy and Clerk Jenkins.

varsity team this year especially Mr. and Mrs. Max. Pike of Ozark -I Larry Hill and -Tommy Gay bliss Becky .Brannon spent Jast J J. .* -c...,,. Judge a court or o said petition on petitioner's at- Attorneys for Petitioner
I sa the gills, who won all of their ; : Ala. announce the arrival ofa : spent last weekend in Blackshear, weekend in ;Hartford Ala with I Probate Jlrndford ('oasts', Florida la ..fj>t\.*',est.vanins Second And Avenue Jenkins, 224Smitl Uainesulle*2l s\V Second, Florida Avenue

:games except one in Crescent I seven lb. 4 oz. baby daughter Ga. with Larry's grandparents, 'her ,father He hell ,Brannon. I: .n RE; Estate of John 'W.VU. "I Uile. Florida, und file the Galnes-j i *!jll 4t 3l=
I City. ,i born en Friday, Feb. 19, in the j I Mr and Mrs. J ''L. Crosby, We are glad that,Dr, P.A. Brin-i lard, Deecimed :! ,
Next week the district tourna- |army hospital in Ozark. The baby t Miss Diane Griner entertained jt tl';seems to ,be .improving rightalong 'I AU NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ment will beheld in Callahan in ; has been named Sheila Kay. Mrs. i 13 group of young people at her now: -He and.;his ,attendant I persons against hating the estate; claims of or John demands YOUR MEMORIAL GIFT TO

which we sincerely hope our boys Pike is the former Miss Dottie ;.huine, here last Saturday night.Everyone Lawrence Alford, drove to Jacksonville VV ,\\-fitard. decmted, are hereby i t
i notified and required to file their I
team will come out on top. :rue Clark of Baldwin.Mr. had a ;'very nice time *Tuesday on -business I!claims in the office of the County I TheBRADFORD
Charles Daniels of Ft. Jackson S. H. Clark and daughter,' A group of',young people enjoyVeu Wfe: are j glad that little Sylvia j f Judge of Bradford County, Florida I COUNTY HEART UNIT
in the County Court
S. C. fpent the weekend here with Janice, returned home Monday a pal ty' at the home of Miss 1 and David Brinson are much improved ;i stark, Florida, within eight House calen-at j ,
..Atfi his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. V.i I tight from a weekend visit in Ann Nobles! on River Road Sat. after having been seriously i
Daniels, and family. ,Ozark, Ala. with Mrs. Clark and urday night.The [ ill for the past couple weeks. the same publication will become of this void notice according !, or- I Ii,
r. .t
w Jimmie Robertson returned Mr. and Mrs. Max Pike and. churches.here have started Sorry that both Mr. and Mrs. to law. This January Z3, 1S80. : NORTHEAST FLORIDA HEART ASSOCIATIONWill
I Y; ? home Monday night from Cambridge r daughter. nEW activities for the young peo 0: W; Pringle have been very sick First Publication
.7
January :2S, I960! I
'. N. Y. where he was calledb The First Baptist Church has ple. They have organized basket- and are confined to their home |! I ISPATRICIA MART HYMAN: Be Promptly Acknowledged To

: :. ;; the serious illness of his fathcr !just completed a mission study lull teams. 'Last week the Orange I Administratrix of the Estate of .1.1I .
..' _" yet.Mr. John \V. TViUard. deceased. The Bereaved Family
t.' 'd .j ,. Andrew Robertson. Mr. Rob- I!, which _lasted__n_ _from. ___ Monday_.______. !Street Baptist played the Glen and Mrs- Frank Surrency I HolUs V. Knight,
AMONG HIGHEST TEN utson. who was confined to a Itnrough i Friday of last ,week. The St. Mary Baptist and won the and" family visited in Ozark Ala. ,. Starke, Florida VICTOR FREES, Chairman .

IN HOMEMAKER CONTEST Cambridge hospital with double [book, "By All Means" was taught < tme. On Monday night this over the weekend with relatives. Attorney for Administratrix.1128 4t 2/18 809 West Cypress St.
pneumonia, is much improved we j1 by> the pastor's wife Mrs. J. Tom week, the Orange Street Baptist \ Mrs W. D. Brinson, Sit{ was STARKE FLORIDA
Miss Melba Sue Greene, a Senior at glad to hear. 'Hurper. They had an average attendance played the First Baptist here. The ,pleased to have her brother and In Counts Jndcr'. Court In And For ,
Bradford -
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Cuuatr. Florida '
at Baldwin High School and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Winn I of 29. At the conclusionof Orange Street girls won by ,a sJster-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jn re: Estate of NECK VIZIROJ'lrUDS. I .. ..
'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wade and daughter, Marshall, of Mul- each night's study, a visiting tcore of 15 to 13 and the Orange Smith of Winston-Salem. dei-eated I
NOTICE TO CREDITORSi
Greene' Sr., is among the ten liT!!, S, C. were weekend guests of missionary was a speaker with a Street Jr. boys won by a score of N. C. as her overnight guests last I i creditors or the estate ofNiel
highest rated Florida girls in the Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards, en- Ii different one each night. 3 to 2. The First Baptist Boys Wednesday. Vjziropulos debased are LAKE

American Homemaker of Tomorrow route to St Petersburg to visit Mrs. Guy Taylor and childrenof won over Orange Street by a score MP",, and i Mrs. Earl Yopp of Or- any hereby claims notified or demands and required which to, they file I BUTLER BOTTLED GAS

'contest One of the ten will ith Mr. Winn's mother. I Jacksonville spent Monday hereWith of 34 to 31. After the games they lando stopped by for a visit with ; may hi.e against said estate in' theoffice
the 'selected and will win a $1,500 The Methodist WSCS' met on i Mrs-- J. L. Harvey and ail enjoyed a social hour at the' Mrs. Viola Brinson on Monday ford( i-r the County Judge of Brad-
County FlorIda. in the courthouse
scholarship and an all-expense ;. Tuesday night at the home of i daughter! Wanda. home of Rev. and Mrs. J. T.Har-, ; enroute to Virginia. j' .t Starke, Florida, within NOW SERVING STARKE
paid trip to New York City and Mrs. A. W. Ferrell. I I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Spence of per. Miss Marilyn Thomas of Lake fight calendar months from the '
date cf the
first publication of this
Washington, D. C. Melba is an Mrs. J. W. Edwards was a Albertville. Ala. are visiting here rtev. and Mrs J. Tom Harper Butler niece of Mrs. Joe Nettle, I n honor roll student and is activeIn luncheon guest of Mrs. Sarah I,I with their son and daughter-in- and daughter observed their first is: making her home here with the be in writing: and must state the and '
Cooking 7.50 '
place residence and Heating Tank
or -office
extra-curricular activities at Youmans at the Roosevelt Hotel law. Mr. and Mrs Harley Spence, anniversary here last Sunday Nettles now and is employed at address of the claimant post and must ( per
her school- She recently won the in Jacksonville last Friday.We and family. Feb. 21, as pastor of the First the Baldwin Cleaners. be sworn to by the claimant, his
Pepsi-Cola merit award and also wish to extend our deepest Mr. and Mrs Harley Spence and Baptist Church.On So sorry to learn that Mrs. agent become or void his according attorney,to or law.it will I Cooking Only 8.00 per Tank

took part in WJXT-TVs "Eye of heartfelt sympathy to the family daughters Judy and Mary Jane, Monday night Feb. 29th and Harold Bennett, is confined,to,her January :27! 1980Mcholas

Youth" program. of Howard Evans. MY. Evans I a id Mr. and Mrs C. C. Spencsattended continuing all week, the Orange I bed by illness this week. the estate- Mai'lis.of! Nick Administratorof Yiziropulos, I PHONE LAKE BUTLER HYATT 6-1351
,
Haskttball Tournament last Well's bar-be-cue will hold Sunday I Franklin Pringle of Richmond,
passed:: away Thursday, Feb 18 ( Billy Street Baptist a rI ceased. .
At' the St. ,-Johns' River Tournament In Jacksonville hospital. Funeral I II f[;in Macclenny on Sunday.In School study. course. Rev. Va. arrived Tuesday for a visit 1*. O. Pox :!:i, Ttrooknttll.. FlorM.1 I
held in St. Augustine' recently services were held in West Bay on j I I II celebration of the NationalF Barney- Andrews of the Marietta with his parents., Mr. and Mrs. mo.First publication on February 4th Joe Shaw '

the Baldwin boys, second I Saturday morning at 11 a. m.l i|;' F. A. week, the Baldwin F. F. Baptist Church will teach the G. W. Pringle and his sister Mrs. 214 4t :225!:! r., ,

seeded in the conference tournament I Masonic. rites were held. Attending ;I A. boys were on the "HiNeighbor"TV course. Classes will start each Harrell Bennett. In The Circuit-Court Of Florida I -
were ousted by third seeded the'services from here were]j program over channel l 12 on night at 7:30 and last until 9 p. Mr. and Mrs, Clifford Sumner ClKhlh Judicial Circuit. IB And II

"Crescent City in probably them Mr. and Mrs. Travis Clark Mr.1 Tuesday morning, Feb. 23. Taking and Mrs. Ronnie Dixon and son, For Bradford. Cuualr.In .
5t exciting game of the entire I and Mrs. Earl Braddock. Jim Harvey I an active part were the following: I,m.The doctor's offices next to the Cliffie 'visited in Brunswick, Ga. ('haneery.Carte No. 12-813: I

tournament. Leading the entire I Mrs. Earl Allen, Sr., Rev and i Mr. R. E. Jones, advisor Jimmy Baldwin Drug Co. are being re- List Tuesday with Mrs. Ernie Her- Frank Damato Plaintiffs. COME IN FOR A 4
fl;Ida Damato, Defendant.NOTICE .
first 'half the Indians began to Mrs. John Bennion. Rev. D. W. j jerrell. Lamer, acting president, Marvin UiOdeled and a new 'doctor is J1.1g. OF SUIT
falter in the third period and fell *' Bro. Hollifield and Mr. J. Saith, vice president Wade peeted. to come here in March.Mr. eX-j To: Frank Damato r/o }[rs. Mary I

behind 38 to 36. ''Glynn'Meeks Z. Pearce. !Greene, treasurer. Harry Eouyado. 'and Mrs., J. J. Nolan New 'Group Set FREEDEMONSTRATION t3
'sink a jump shot as the buzzerrounded Mrs. Julia Futch left last week secretary Leroy Wilson, sentinel family had as guests last Thursday I

to knot the score 46-461 for an extended visit in Jacksonville and Larry Hill, reporter. The club their son-in-law;_and daughter -' To Promote More THAT'S, ALl?

r sand' send it into overtime. Crescent -j with her cousin, Mrs. Ella president, Eugene Bell, was ill Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Johnston ,I A.. qv. I

City went on to win 54 to|Johnson. with the flu and unable to attend I I Jr. and family of' Norfolk, j i i Tourist Trade OF THE ALL NEW
'50- Glynn Meeks, who scored 24 Tommy Clark Is now employed -On Wednesday this week the I ft

i __ n __ -_ ,I Va.We are sorry to learn that Mrs.
G. W. Bell's father J. U. Conner, The first meeting of the newly t .r

i is ill and a patient in the Ed oiganized North Florida Tourist

Fraser Hospital in Macclenny. Association was held here. last en ,
Mr and Mrs. E. C. Mathis and week with the objective being to

It. family of Valdosta, Ga visited expahd the group's program to L..
HOW A
Saturday with Mr. Mathis''sister.I[include: raIl: businesses cateringto :
6t o
Mis. Lonnie 'Im'a.nd family. tourist trade. The new group 'l
e \ Mrs. Lonnie Lynn was called to I I supplants the Bradford Motel Association. <'; .s} POWERFUL COMPACT T

t. : Jacksonville Monday by theill- r which has been'd 'Lie\4.a .n..akh
". nes; of her daughter Mrs. J. L. !solved. It's true.v.you wear'thte'amazing SUNBEAM> LIGHTWEIGHT. EASY-TC IBfg
j : Johnson. > I Officers of 'the new organization new Sonotone hearing'aid ALL TURBINE BRUSH I

'-. : i it" We regret that Mrs. J. *C. Reev- most of whom holdovers IN YoiiK Eva! No cord, nothing '; Makes your Sun ll/2 horsepower Sunbeam,
/ else. The smallest
o anywhere
rs is ill and confined to her from BMA, are: A. F. Gamer, worn beam Dual Deluxe Quality-built motor
\ ,.f" home. president; Van Anderson, vice half Sonotone an ounce ever, ,including, it weighs battery.only Vacuum Cleaner a 14/" in.diameter- ONLY 7*"high
powered brush '
CAN CHANGE Mr. and Mrs. W. L, Troupe and president: John Schultz, secre- Cleans rugs upright Rugged construction yet weighs I

5 on, Wayne, drove: to Nashville, .tary; and T. R. Connell, treasurer. SON"OT'ONE and carpets with only 16 Ibs. .
.
I Ga. Sunday to attend a birthday Three new board members revolving brush .
BILL-PAYING HABITS .' Rolls on large wheels set in a wide.thoroughness.
.. YOUR dinner for Mrs. Troupe's mother elected were: Mrs. Junius M. 721 N.1%'. 20th Avenue track design. Never tips or .
.
South Robert Mclntire, and C. L.
Mrs. P. B. Rape. Gainesville, Fla.
catches,door sills or rugS
: : !f Little Miss Judy Sapp spent last I Scholl Please send me without obligationyour .
If bill-paying time each month you now to investigate $29.95 89.95
at I weekend with her grandparents; Anderson was appointed free booklet, LIVE AGAIN
trudge about town to pay in person, carry'I> l-r- : Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dowling in and report on the repainting (all about hearing). $5.00 DOWN

'\ '. ing a good deal of cash and thus risking it, ,- .':= Macclenny.Mrs.. Deressa. Harris entertained on highways of yellow in"no the passing"lines county J Name Name Your Own Terms .
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occasionally forgetting to ask for receiptsALl at her home here last Sunday particularly at Hampton Junction
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with a birthday dinner in honorof where indistinct lines are said to Address :.:Ape._-_ _
THAT CAN.BE CHANGED WITH A MERE : her son, Bubba. Enjoying the be causing a large number of .

y PIECE OF PAPER: YOUR OWN BANK CHECK! .: dmner with Mrs. Harris and heron motorists be stopped by the City _- 4 ..State_ I I iI t

p Mrs. Bubba Harris and Highway PatroL _
were
Checks can be mailed, and safely; and your the ,children, Mrs. E. V. Roberts The next meeting of the group 1 1i I Batteries for all makes of Hearing I t IIQ

cancelled checks are automatic receipts! ,and children, Mr. and Mrs..Albert will be held in the Garden Rest- i I ''Aids. ,

i".o'; Hunt and children Mr. and Mrs. aurant Tuesday.,March 8. at 10
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WHY NOT OPEN YOUR CHECKING ACCOUNTAT Dub Harris and family of JaCk- r Da

OUR BANK THIS MONTH :!.t ronville, Mrs. Irma Shepherd .,of! t t i
'"" Jacksonville and Mrs..Nancy Miller I
$' ..
and Miss Delores Harris. tssslrrirraw7 t ewM rha Iln ,w'" _,4000
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Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sapp enjoyeda I" .
"- delightful fishing trip to Volu- You never head fft .opowerful' 46_+T T --c a 1 r
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sia Bar over the weekend. '
I Mr. and Mrs. Grady Roberts
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY 'J'U. ( lL..u'ii. SiAuuiILoKlDA 'ih'tltSO.FEBltU.KY 25, I960(;

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Johns Seeks I Bowling League;; : --'-- -I Science Fair I II i Wall Agency Offers l T I Church Basketball- Kite Contest < County CandidatesTo


I At Halfway Mark I'i]Realty Department I|I League Is' RescheduledThe Start QualifyingOn
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Return To Senate i Opens March 1 i i in ; i 1st

ii i Noegel Auto Sales formerly n wail Agency of'1! The Methodists and the Baptists kite-flying contest scheduled : March

(Continued from Page One.) State Prison team, leads the In Armory j ji Starke has announced the formation trounced ths Presbyterians by the City Recreation l>e-I Candidates for county offices
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3lin into ., of real estate partment for Wednesday afternoon -
League coming a complete
used to build secondary ) in i
Jlru11s our and the Christians a couple of amy start qualifying March 1 and1cuitinue
halfway' mark of the > ,i i-..;414i iuient. han y Rabb mana- was raiu\l out and Direftor'
road&u Without this money, our Thannual Bradfoid Count? I games in the Church through noon March 15.
4 HUt! Clarke cabinet Shop 'gcr of the agency, stated ud- nm-away Bob lAiner 3:11.1 it would be rescheduled -
would be would }the I .
taxes &0 high we
Science Fair will be held on the Qualifying time for State Senator
JajCecs. and Rotary Club timon was prompted by a desire Basketball: League last Thursday Lot ttiday afierhoon at
not be able to pay them and thfse1'lne' .. iiocr 01 tue Staike armory:;| I and Representative started
in that order.D. w M of, the agency to offer its 'clients I night 4 oMock.Tha .
farm-to-maiket roads that "
we from Tuesday March 1. through eb. 15 and v.1ll continue until
ikla on would not be possible. A. Jones of the leading nutu Satin day., March 5. complete real estate and insur- I I The Methodist Team beat pres- contest Is oren to all ages, March 1. .

.':snd Lou Harper of the : '[iUice: laciiity. Jle said the new de- bvteilan, 51-10 with Dewayne and axvLTdj will be pie&ented for j i
-At the time I
am
prestnt serv-
Shop both currently have All schools of the county are Apartment will handle every phase Elder getting 22 points Piesbyijtenans !the biggest, smallest, and most

ing4 Committees on four important which play Legislative a vital averages to lead the league. invited to exhibit in one .o1- two !i'ot, real estate: including sales qf I were led by Tom Hardin, unique kites. Everyone entering In IV CuBBtr Bradford Judge'Cay rosrt Fl.U-(lda.Aid

per also holds the one game dhjsions: 5- I}'I I,fill: .kinds, lent'als.and. mortgage ind Charles Torode. each with \*.must haat least 100 yards of I In re: Estate of Fred Hess, de

part in our state and local gov- ., score with a 218 score. 1. Elementary Division: class ]loans. 4 points; i sn Ing oa *.ls kite. i {I'III1M.XOTWF.
eminent and, I was instrumental "I
: as very projects or individual projects TO CREDITORS
The league bowls each i i Mr. Rabb, who will be the active Madison Street Baptist won' All creditors of the estate of
in securing the designation ,
t.
of Sen. Randolph Hodges night at 6:45: at the ; mot.]la competition' for, RegionalFair. '.; broker in the real estate department 0\er Christian in the second CAlm! OF THANKS I 1 I Fieti n tired Hess and required drreased, to are Vile hereby any

Lanes In Gainesville. has had ten years ex- 56-24: & Stanley Clark We want to thank our friends i-laims or demands
of Cedar Key as the next Presi- 2. Secondary Division I including game which they may

rcnt of the Senate, that places high school and junior highi l i perience: In real estate sales work: netted 22 points to lead the scorIng and relatives for the wonderful I hate; .. ff agratnst the said estate In the oftir .
county jude of Brad.
me in a position to secure any. BHS Cagers .c. school, limited to individual projects I ,with several of the larger broker- Curtis McGee was high for,kindness and sjmpathy extended ford County. Florida, In the court

roramitteetassignments that I may ; I r fige finns in Jacksonville. the losing; team with 18. I (u its during the illness and death l .
I tin
competition ,for: three I ./It calendar mouths from the
desire. This should be of endless Win Two Games; candidates to Regional Fair!. i < The schedule for Thursday, Feb. j of our dear mother and grand d.H& of the tlrfi' publication of this
I :Miss Baxter Dies f mother. Especially to thank eacn m'tife. Each t-Jaim; or demand
value to the people of my district. must
Exhibits must be at the arm- 25, is as follows: Presbyteiian i-e In writing and

"1 am a trustee of the Hist I'I Close Out FridayHitting 017 not later than 4 p. m. on'<:,At Palm Harbor Baptist at 7 o'clock; Methodist I one for the beautiful flowers also", place or residence must and post'OfficeeJdreea state the
Jones Funeral Home the Pastor of the
Baptist Church of Starke, a Mas- claimant and must
Monday, Feb. 29, and will be Judged I
vs: Christian at 8:30. for his wonderful services rendered be sworn to by the claimant, his
on, Shriner a Past Exalted Rulerof trail | on Tuesday March 1, before I Miss Vera Inez Baxter, 39, died acnt or his attorney or it will
the comeback
of the On Tuesday, March 1, Methodist members of the Heilbronn bfiHime void
the Elks, a member according to law
tilefDIp
officially opens. Feb. 10 at her home in Palm Har-
Moose a series of losses. ERS I will challenge Baptist at 7 Baptist Church and .all other February 18th 1SSO.
the World. ,
Wcodmen of Open house for viewing the exhibits bor.. where she had lived for the Charles M.
Kchmitt
I Rebels
the Santa Fe a and
handed p. m. Christian will play churches. May God bless each and
Conductors, Chailes
Ofder of Railway M.
will be held from 9 Schmitt. Administrator
Befcre to
Brotherhood of Railway Train- .146 loss here Tuesday night, am ;past six years. moving Presbyterian at 8:30: p. m. e'eryone.T family of Minnie 0 t il,e Estate of Fred hess, de.
until 12 noon on Saturday March |;:j Palm 'Harbor she lived for many -VHaU.
scored 45-34 win Lee
a over Carmichael.
men.: Farm Bureau. StarkeBradlord -I Cove Springs here last Friday. I 5. The public is especially invited; {i;years on the Brownlee Road west 25:! 4t :sn:


'County, and a Chamber board member of Commerce of-I,I In Tuesday's game the ,I ,I at during this any time,other but may hours also that attend the i;I
I County
the Harry Anna Crippled Chil- Rebels held a 26-20 halftime ,1 air is open, according to the following -, graded road. Write P O.
Mrs. Anna Baxter Kersey and 1:0' U,
Stark, Fla.
dien's Home which operates the 'I but Starke connected on its i 2tp 3.3

Elks Home for crippled childrena j t three shots of the second half I Official i March schedule 1-BUS: Junior a High !ottpfather! Palm Harbor, Wilbert; three Kersey brothers, ,botho WITH( A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEr 111::(.(' \\'A TJ- ()-.\pply in person

Umatilla. forge a 26-26 tie, and then iI I 12:17. to 1:15: p. m. BHS biology and! three sisters. at S & M What-A-Burger stand,

shown partiality -''on. I; i students :BHS 8tp. 3-8
1 have never any I Queen i 5th period. Phy-

between ml two counties\ and : The Tornadoes took a 33-34 sical Science students. 6th period. I Funeral services were held in \"' "ORI"." ANt) RRSOI.rTIO\8 _.- _h_ _h 4 O.t. i-.. W.r* FOR SALE-11 acres good wooded
I'I'I I Palm Harbor with 'burial in CUr-
1 never shall." Senator Johns said I I at the end .of three periods Rabb of Starke, Fourth I- March 2 Starke Elementary lew Cemetery. WORDS OR LESS. One llirrllon (Mlilman rh arje' __ .fl J land iM outside west of City Beihel limits.Baptist Bargain church

in conclusion. .followed a 24-point scoring Commander, American students, all day. I K. u ilartey' 11*. 1, box :JS! Starke

by Billy Helsabeck to their the t March 3- Lawtey Junior Uteri, lUCK 'AIHHTHWAL WOHD.OVER M --------._ ____.___ *, Per WIN :Stchg! 3-10

Attempted Theft win in 18 gam s. Helsabeck, I is pictured Legion crowning Valentine morning hours. Southside Ele-- Midget Basketball wh uisror! o\ HP.PIUT 1\! "..HTI6'< *Ai *: 40 FOil RENT..! 'bedroom house with

game's leading scorer, also c rrtrataty students, afternoon. 25* ADDITIONAL' FOR BLI\I> ADS! OR ADS! SOT I'AID H ADVANCE m.oern convenIences See Wm. Sir
LeagueGators
Of Acetylene Kit Marilyn Phillips of Ala- I fox, I mile East' of Starke on high16. .
tured 19 rebounds. j March Brooker and Hampton I\\av ._
festivities held recently !tn, s.JFOR
Involves Two Men Woody Strickland and students morning hours. sneaked by the Hurricanes PIANO l.'onJ.E -- Console built .\SPIt \I.T IMUF.WAYS -- -
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Dunnell High School. !iy Story Clark fujl keyboard si tkin ASPIULT'' PIG co. RENT-3 room upstairs furn
Divon each counted 13 points I March 5 -Open house, 9 a. m. to win their first game of mahogany /Inish like\ new.Call0 l'l.t S. CIIKKKV STHKK.T ished apartment. Private bath and

An attemped theft of acetylene Starke. while Manuel i io 12 noon.The 4- J3' after 5 or may be wen at u.n.USI-: W09'ClII -''IPIDl'du1t only. 401 S. Vat'r
I I Thursday me: season lasl Saturday, 12-11. :rS! N. Chiirrh St. It K\n.: IMIOM: WU4-lr.cJ3 *-__ St Phone WO 4-3782. tfehgIHLP
torch equipment from Leslie Best, : led the Rebels with 14. Regional SeleneeFair will .

Starke Negro, was laid to Jimmy Friday's game with Green Henry Thornton be held in Live Oak, March 18- Don Grififs led the winners with 1 WE HAVE a new loan program fof FOIL nEXT on SALE 3 bedroom \VATKDKCEJ.LKT

Burton. 20. of Waldo and Basil! was a tight battle for [ Church 19. 6 points while Emmett. Akridge I farmers. Loans oi 1 to 6 year. inrurnlnhed house at 30 N. Cherry IVf' 'OUR
I fbr tbe entire credit requirement ft. flint t'f'8Oonat.le. Floyd Green Personnel manager of large firm
$Southern. 20, of Hampton, according periods with Bradford leading hit for 8 to lead the Hurricanes. of the farmer and his fam Ph.)...( \\-o 9-2942. Itch!, e' ipr
toj Deputy Sheriff Dolph Red 24 going into the final .I Thornton, 72, died TueaJ I I J Bribery i Case i i In the second game, Bulldogs Association.ily. OalneoYllle 620 Vroductlon North (Main.'red!!
Then the Tornadoes began to \ 16, at his home in Rai-! defeated Globetrotters by a 24-16 Gainesville, P1*. tfch- SHOES Right: person can start part time

dish.Best has been released under on lay-up shots and pulled a ,brief illness. I j Is Dismissed. score. Donald Falcon again led and In detail"ork, In her community. Write
RADIOS REPAIRED giving telephone numberto
t while Southern a I to the final 45-34 win. Dickey his team sacking up 14 points ..... : Manager. Room
t300 bond? gave of Baker County, Mr. All Make All 202, 1143 Mary
his in on and Woody Strickland I and edging out the Trotters' t u.mabl. ChtrcMMIRPIIKRU'S p.,...... REPAIREDBY St.: Jaikbonvllle 7. Fla. Itehg
statement admitting part
had resided at Raiford
ed several of the Charges of ,bribery against T. Calvin Varnes who had 12 points RADIO TV
I on key ,
the aUalr and was sentencedla He was employed with iBmiB Gr... Owser FOR SALE-Automatic washer, nilSp31'fo
week by County Judge T. set up by fine pass work. Dixon State Road Depart-iR. McCullohs 32. of Columbus for scoring honors. 412 E. Call lit. "ho..'WO 4-8901 PHILLIP heater, Jalousie door, 1 Inside,
I Ga. were dismissed 'by County Stark Via.COLONIAL I outside door, I small window
A.j all with The schedule for'Saturday 'will
Yawn to 10 days in jail. scorers a 25-point State until I WHILE U WAITor
the Prison Judge T. A. Yawn after a preliminary frame and Rash Phone WO 4-2881
were charged with petit Marion Celtic's fine ;! forced his retirement afternoon. be Hurricanes vs Globetrottersand FLORIST 426 V. Walnut St. Itp
work limited Green Cove's I hearing Tuesday Gators vs Bulldogs. Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke.
Reddish said the two larcenY'1
ago. He was a member McCullohs was accused of Flowers! wired any place. Flowers One Service i IX CITY P(1U.'ilt-1 white setter
spotted on the night of Cotton Cunningham, to Raiford Baptist Church. j Sheriff polph I for all occasions locally. Phone' Day Bird dog, white with two brown
trying to remove the equipment points. bribery by Depyty Newcomb AnniversaryMr. WO 4-B291. 506 East Nona St. tfchg !spots! on head, male. I black and
are his wife. Mrs. j Reddish who said the Georgiangave i Court Shoe Repair white spotted female hound. Owners
GirU Lose
from truck at the home of Best
on N.a Oak Street in Starke. They BHS girls dropped both Thornton, Raiford; a him $10 to drop. charges, and Mrs. E. W. Newcombof' FOR 'RENT, -Furnished apart- 12G N. Court Street may and have board.by paying Contact advertisingcost City Pot.ce. .
menti. Reasonable rates. Near
of
were arrested Sunday night by games during. the past Essie Thornton after he arrested McCullohs 'for Orlo Vista will observe their I shopping center. Phone WO 9-2011 I (Opp. Court House) itchgItENT
; a son Clyde Thornton, speeding on SR 100 south of WO call at 213S.
tb Golden or 4-0771 evening or --------- --- -
Policeman Billy Overstreet ants losing 37-19 Green Cove Wedding Anniversary with -I ffiR -1 furnished and I unfurnished
; one sister, Mrs. Kate Starke. Hamilton Cherry St. (Shell 011 Co. Office.)
Deputy Jimmy PEYTOX
witnesses identified them as the Friday, and 55-26 to Santa open house at their home 187 tfcbg FLORIsT apartment. Rear of 321
of Starke; and a brother, who witnessed the payment also lit S. THOMPSON 8?. N. Temple. Contact Mrs. Maude
men trying to steal the torch. here! Tuesday. The girls Madison Ave., from 2 to 5 and PIIOMVO 4-4155 Moti at McCarthys Garage, Hell-

The sheriffs office is also investigating through for the season Jacksonville. interpreted McCullohs intent as 7 :'to.9 on Friday, Feb. 26. DlSTnL..n-E FLOWERSWE iTonn springs. tfchg
services held at WIRE FLOWERS ANYWhERE
'" two breaking and scheduled game with Lake were bribery. ,' Mr. and Mrs. Newcomb are HASTINGS MATTRESS\ KINGSLEV LAKE
LOT
We are
Thursday 18. in the however said he -
entering cases at .cottages on this Friday having been (' McCullohs. parents of.G. S... Newcomb of UR\V! HHODKV .MTISEHY HOMC iffring for sal the last remaining
Baptist Church with Rev. I offered the bill in' thatit & UPHOLSTERY WORKS huge lot
$10 hope Starke U'Jod Care for you child. Fall on Klngsley Lake Total
and visitors
due to 'a conflict. are frequent !
Paradise and Little Santa Fe
Stallings officiating. Burial would be accepted" as a "mini- Rates. Licensed. Phone WO 43031. frontage |121 feet on the water,
Lakes. A cottage. op{ Paradise The BHS. boys A and B i'i Sapp Cemetery with Wil j here.. 710 Lemon St. PjiUtka IIU{ Thompson St. tfchg. and tne property contains over Sarres
mum fine" and without any or heavily wooded land. The
owned' by Jay Ellis of' Jackson- will'play Lake. .Butler'here' Brannon Funeral Directors thought of bribery. When ques-I Furniture Repaired, Upholstered piircap( f price Includes a 300 foot
FOR 8AI.RReady
'le Feb. 14. night. I St. Mark's deck with boat house, dressing!
v> was entered Sunday Episcopal
City in charge. tioned by Judge Yawn, he ad- & Refinished mix concrete, concrete block, I rooms and porch. In addition, there .
Reddish said, but nothing was apparently poui-i., fence posts, sand cement. '"
Rev. MacBIala Is
c. Miial
mitted he had been given from KayTJwntl < MATTRESSES\ REBUILT a ) separate home on the
taken. On ,Feb. 12 a .33 Rites WednesdayFor Mntur mix. rock steel oyster shell. property, with its own well and sepii' -
six to 10 tickets for traffic viola- New Innersprings Lliierock and Roof Gravel. Phone rank. With
,
summer
calibre pistol was stolen from a Sunday Services 9:45: a.m WO4-2521, Bradford Engineering coming on.
tions kind another in let us htiow thin desirable lot
of you
one or
Mrs.
Springs .
cottage owned by E. II. Pope on WhiteingAt To Form Church School; 11:00: a.m.. MornIng and Box < < ; tfchg nOW.i.. C: WALL AGENCY, Harry

Little Santa Fe. Jones Georgia. f Prayer and Sermon. Drop Us a Card or Call Rabb Broker, phone WO 4-4301.
ChapelMrs. -
3 Meeting Reddish and Hamilton said it '
tfchg
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L Holy Communion-First'! SUn- PALATKA EA 5-9168 .

Mary Collins Whiteing. was obvious McCullohs wanted 10 day, ..11:00 a.m.: Third Sunday, STARKE WO 4-5934 Call Us For \ CLEAN
'A Summer Place'At
meeting for ai I I settle'! the matter without anything .- ': IO a.m. MODRRVCOMFORTARLE
of Graham died Monday in I MRS. PEGGY SHALLER, Starke,
Florida SundayA Starke nursing home after an ,;: class for women''I j' going on record as to his Wednesday?:00 p.m. Choir Apttt FIRE Is. this well 'built concrete block

I helti at the Scout Hut at !i an'est. Reddish said the $10 pay- Practice_ : 7:45: p.m., Litany and horne located on a large corner lot
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of several months.
ness .tfchg AUTO in Saratoga Heights. This homefin
< ment was attempted on the high- Bible Study.
will be depicted : .
story of rpmance St. oodles features ordinarily
Born in Illinois on Dec. I att 'playground on HOME OWNER many
In "A Summer Place" to jwey I and repeated later as he found In more expensive
be featured at the Florida Theatre 1375 :Mrs. Whiteing was a March 3, at 10 a. m. I and Hamilton were taking Mc- HAMPTON CHRISTIAN LIFE homes. The three bedrooms, select

ber of the Baptist Church and time will be set for i EVENING CLASSES for adults. All oak floors fenced lot. large shade
|I Cullohs to the county jail for ALL LINES OF
en February 28, 29 and March 1.Starring Order of Eastern Star and CHURCH subjects. Credit if wanted. WriteDlrf'cleor. trees, jalousled Florida room, screenpor.i
a at the organization I booking. On the second occasion ,, large carport and spacious
PERSONAL AND
as a romantic team are Sunday Bible Schoof, 10 a. Box 1190, Starke, or call
member of the Rebeccas. and plans will be dis Reddish said he took the $10. WO 4-3071, or vlxit Adult Education M.'rage' room with all facilities faraatol1l1111'
Dorothy McGUire and Richard :Morning 11 ni BUSINESS INSURANCE -
Surviving are two m.; Worship. a. : Office iSO Bldg. for additional washer make this a home
Egan. Troy Donahue aria Sandra for the provision of a with Hamilton as a witness, then Evening service 7 p. m., and Prayer information. tfhgT.tl1.OIt io bo invest f gated. Total price onlyiL'.ii,0.00
Mis. Beatrice W. Campbell for class members' chil ; and the buyer may pay
arrested McCullohs for
Dee play teen age lovers with Academy Graham, and Mrs. D..n. bribery. meetng every Tuesday at 7:30p. : MADE DRAPERIES the equity and assume a 4i 01

Award nominee Arthur .' 'Judge Yawn, in dismissing the m. John 'W' ite. pastor. rice labor. Mrs. Peggy Shaller, 209 !"an, with monthly payments or on-
ningham, Atlanta Ga. H. WALL
C.
Kennedy playing the role of Don- Funeral services were held slimnastics class, under I I case, said the bribery charge E. Adklna St. phone WO 4-5934 tfchg \ iy J5S.69.to ace Call this UK outstanding for an appointment buy

of the recreation hinged on McCulloh's intent and -
al1\ e's father. I LAP.GE STORAGE SPACE For II. C. W.'LGJ'C%
Jones Memorial Chapel at 10 '
"A Summer Place" is a present- will be held in the 1 would .toe difficult to prove in POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS rent rail UO 4-51)4. Hohff AGENCY Harry na"", Broker
In. Wednesday with Rev. I'bo.0 .-..,...,
day story with a Maine back- of Graham It will be open to all wo ; court. He fined McCulloh $35 on
Tyson pastor
l o1.ind. The characters in the of age. and will i the speeding charge and directed Income Tax Service "Insurance Specialists" MAN OR WOMAN: to take over
Church officiating. The body
IteaUvihip In Starke. Products EJ--;
\ toward body condl-j that,his J800 bond on the bribery
tory face romantic problems divorce -
sent to Dothan Ala. for iilihed. Weekly profits of JJ0.01or :;
and weight reducing. Mrs.j j! charge be returned.MAYOR'S PHONE WO 4-4801 .
and scandal before their DeWitt C. Jones was in FOR STATK SEXATE MON. THRU FRI. 7 P-M. more at start possible No car

troubles are eased and under Mitchell, who has had pre-I I wish to announce to the people Saturday After 1 P.M. .n: Other investment necescary C Will RItume .
arrangements here. of Union and Bradford Countiesthat lill> you get started. Write
standing Is established. ; xper ence .in this field will I COURT I will be a candidate for re- C. E. HUTCHESOX Tee Service : Dept. F-4.. Watkins Products

class. I elrctlon to the Florida State Senate tel Pratt Street Complete !ncc-rporated, Memphis 2, Tennessee,

ironi the 15th Senatorial Oi trlct. _ _ _ _UP
W. C. T. }
( information con- I Mayor's Court docket was heavier I feel 1 that the twenty years pen- 13rhc 414; Pruning Bracing De-Mos

I the class contact the re- ,! : than usual when 12 cases l. rity and prestige that I have in lug Cavity Work Tree Removal PI'n%IIIIIF.D HOME FOR SALE
CYPRESSGARDENS1 THE GREATEST SPORT I the Senate is of untold value to my TraD! plantlngSapp's Masonry home completely furnished -
| sere handled Monday morning. with f well drained
two
acres r
THE WORLD IS TO :\ department any after- j; )e!'.ple and T am sakinjr you for yourvote >
| Eli Gibson was found not guiltyof and support. on May 3rd. ARE YOU GOINfrTO Tree SurgeonsPETE I Laud on paved highway Price
AN UNPOPULAR CAUSE \ 2 9'clock. The number, !I Charley is:. Johns $nt.npjo.)
I( ; ; YOU KNOW YOU'RE RIGHT. the charge of discharging fire NEED SAPP Owner .\. J. THOMtS. REALTOR -
"' j'aims in the city limits. Gibson 25% Temple Aye. T.L"O 4-S78I:
STARKE PHONE WO 4-3965
...SU......, [THEODORE was showing a shotgun to Sam assistance in the prepara- -
FOR SHERIFFBRnFOHD FOR RENT- Furnished 2 bedroom
I IN NATIONAL VOICE.] .
aaIuuijs&u'w. Slashes I,Hicks of Starke when the gun discharged COI': TYI tion of your 1959 Income V Kin'IU"fI( iy with Lake circulating Winter oil rates.heater: H.c at

- ,. In Jail I ; accidentally and wounded Tax Return? J Bence. 2223 St. Johns Jacksonville\
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Trial treated at the hospital where he SEE MOThERS AND

.stated the incident was accident- NEIL TUCKER HOUSEWIVESmoney
in the Bradford i al.
SHOP Public Need for Easter expense f
jail slashed'his wrist with i ;,, Other cases heard were: i. Bookkeeper I Start
subfrtantual income
blade last. Saturday and Ij'II!'I' Melvin Henley, public intoxi- '120 'S. Court, Starke immediately.earning AVON COSMETICS


SHOP where in Bradford several stitches County !.,.ration James, 5 Williard days. Neveils. allowing I Ph. WO 4-9854, WQ 4-2545 ban vacancies. for capable woman.

iJ. \\ rites Oidda C. Sweat P. O. Bot
S J.tan: unauthoiized person to oper-
MO. Live Oak,, Fla.
man, Donald Prichard Shor 'vte a vehicle, $27.50, bond for- JACKSON BFILDMG! 81PPLT

Don't Your New Car held here awaiting trial i f ited. Hear Of Blc U.4 Factory FOR RfST-2 bedroom, house. un

Buy next term of Circuit Court tj! Letty Rosier, driving without a "BUIr1 .ru..... furniahd. Large yard. Close ro
; If We haves'S cat It HERE. Tier For Expert" Tree Surgery Call Our townCall WO 4-(4l or.f\
charge of escaping from i license, $27.50 or 5. days. kattVt .... It THERE. 3-IS4I.: ItchR

on the First StopGO barracks. at the site Leo A Ricks. reckless driving by [ torn aa4 .-M bniUlac ..pplleif Agent
j every dearrlptlo %2-1 N. Temple Phone WO 4-39C5 FOR RENT-1 five room furnisrdlios. !
newr prison construction. j 1speeding. 2750., bond forfeited.i ('.mf' I. cad leek araad aa4 U Also one 5 room unfurnished

said be had slashed him- William Forsyth, public intoxi- JOB tfont Me "".t' jam waat ask SIVOER SEWrXQ MACHINE Kouw. Alt utilities. Kingsley Lake
i I Bob baaatea ta get It far yes .r Very reasonable. Stars & 8tr..>-*
razor blades several 1 'cation. 37.50 or'7 days nfl WO4-4001. tfrhc representative will be in Bradford phone LE J-J78I. Up
: the I Co. Monday and Frida,.. For ser-
past. 'Wayhe Henry Hinson. reckless
ANYWHERE FOR A PRICES vue on any make machine write or FOR RENT-Furnished: 1 bedroom
driving $27.50 or 5 days sentence FoR RENT: 4-room furnished cottage call Singer Sewing Machine Co. 402N house: i bacheler .partm(' t. Newly

Class Play suspended :and placed on proba- Electric kitchen. Good beat M rttm St. or Phone. S80. Lake deccraud. 570 W. Call, phone WO
'er. Aftult*. Beisent. Road. Box City, PU. 4tchg 2/25. 4.4ftl. lU-hs
S > Ph W)9-UU.) tfchg
4ik!
BUT In Rehearsal tion.J
W. Starling, public intoxication FAR REST Nice 2 tory! farm FOR Re."T-FurBl.hed upstairs a-
3 HOGS PENNED UP at my place. h"'lIe modern conveniences. 4 mIles partment. Large living room. din
Knows Best" has been ; $27.50.Harold Owner may contact: me at home after South of Starke. Doyle Conner tfchg ode 1 bedroom, and bath. KUchrn
I Crawford public intoxi 4 p. In. dally David Woodard. with breakfast nook. F. B. Beard
'as the Senior class play Kt. I. Pox 171, Stark 4tp 2i2, 1 WANTED MEN, OR WOMEN, TO I.R 3-JXI1. UP
FOR A BETTER DEAL SEE cation. $27.50. bond forfeIted. OPERATE FULL OR PART-TIME

ord ,cpunty High School Rudolph A. Crawford recklessI FOR RENT AVAILABLE WATXINS ROUTE IN THIS AREA. CL'RP GIRLS WANTED-Apply 'In
will ,begin Monday beautifully newly decorated one- EARN $;0.00 TO $100.00 WEEKLY person at Tuck's Drive In. _Ug
bond forfeited
I iii lying, $27.50 UEfTNDlNO ON TIME DEVOTEDTO
All
tedrtxm furnished apartment
Ftb. 22. The perfor
public
J I John T. Lyons, public intoxi tile bath and kitchen modern in THE PUSrXESS. WRITE WAT- FOR i.\LE-Eval fuel oil heater
will1 )be given at an earjy' S' '- \ery respect. Set Mrs. Renner. 13351tIahon KINS. *5 i' WEST PEACHTREE ST.. with fan. Good condition ISO. See
I cation. 27.50 or days.
March in the new BHS --- St or call WO 4-5744. N. F. ATLANTA, OEORQIA. at *1I N. Water St. Phone WO 447JS .
Billy Dowling t Eddie Risby Jr., disorderly con- Itchg 4tehg_J-10 Itch
now bearing :ompleI I 1 hereby anounce my candidacy I II I .
c.uct by fighting, found not guilty
I f -r Sheriff of Eradfor4 County FOR SALE-SIX St. Clair St.. 2 bed- F0l ALE--Small\ Estep Electric FOR SALE-..Red Clover. Coastal
I and charges dropped. subject to dIe will of the voters in roo.ns tiled bath. Recently remodeled Organ lovely tone. Perfect for I Bermuda an4 Peneacola Bahia hay
play is under the direction May Democratic Primaries. : inside. and oat Call WO 1-:94%, twnt'. church or t-hapeL Phone WO I Jn aP6la t BahU grass seed. Chicken
Patti Carlson speech In- I earnestly solicit your vote and Gladys Harrington. Up ..C' 5. itp i fertilizer spread on your land. J.
nr mi.'e to perform the duties of I- WlJlt.. R.(forrt flit* Itp J.S
Across The Street From Setzer'sit I who describes it as a THE RIGItT POrt f* '.e the Sheriffs office in an efficient FOrt RE.'lT---4 room house, with

I satisfying comedy way you write. Come in and .&- businesslike. manner. T hope that Iran FOR PALB-4 door Bukk. good con batn. 2 miles out Hlway 11. ht ?UR 14LE-Bal Grand plane.lahflCDy .
I meet each and everyone of yon dition. One owaer.' Terms arranr- road to right. 3rd house on right :: finish. A-I condition.
ESTCRBROOH
-- .' .. 111'provide the audience toct your favorite la-person before May 3. ,... fee Mr*. / W. :(KtocUd iOS X.Wabivt |!4 per month. Phone WO 4-OJ45. Term I can be rrne. Ura. J.V

::.- .. .. -. liii --- -- .- enjoyable 'evening. FouaUla ten. 'ftXEGBAFS.!: i: Jennings Starling' St. 'tfctg Mrs. Mae Jordan. ltp Kll1ta14, 40t N. Walnat St. Uch'I
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH_ .. /;:,>::, 'r' :, _u 1 ., -,<, ,, .

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,. MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND < LAKE GENEVA i 0 i



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8TARKE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY,,FEBRUARY 25, 1960 ,

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Indian Names i! "V'V 'V.. r'.nr.vtnrn II I I
Wheaton College I FIRST BAPTIST CHUECU -

I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Given To Day Camps ; : KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ,

K. Schaeffef On Kingsley Lake ; iE:: I MELROSE i iI Group Scheduled | J. R, Smith, pastor Ralph

) Mary Music '
i At Park Of Palms I jcopeland, Minister or and.

Ney-a-ti and A-ta-ga-hi are the, I By Joyce Rothbammer' church organist. '

Rotary Speaker were many Mrs. D. O. Stewart Indian names given to 'the new tUlW.. 'I Representatives from Wheaton I Services- ;- Sunday School -9:45:
ha/aalaaaaaa
Capt. Pi A. Lee of the 9886th I I kept the guest book. From 3 p. m. Girl Scout Day Camps on Kings- i l a l 111.] College will lead thei Conference !Ia. m. Morning Worship' 11 a. 'n.

Air Reserve Squadron spoke at ,until 4 p. m., Mrs. Margaret M. i ley Lake. Mr, and Mrs. Hal Batey are the'' t at Park-of-the-Palms, 'Training Union 7 p. :m. Evening

the Keystone Heights Rotary Club j Tracy and Mrs. J. L. Price of Two of the nine day camps operated I ( parents of a baby girl, born last I Keystone Heights, Feb. 28-March I services 3 p. m. "

last week on the subject "Whywe I Hawthorne, presided at the punch by the Gateway Girl Scout .week in Alachua General Hospital. 4. Sunday services are scheduled i I "Make ,church worship a family

need trained leadership in I bowls. From 4 p. m. until 5 p. m,, Council are located at the recent-i ( i, Col. and Mrs. George Connor of1 I for 11 a. m-, 3 p. m.. and 8 p. m. !I I affair. "- "

aquatics." He stressed the. importance i I1as. Donna Walrath and Mrs. S. :y acquired Camp Blanding pro- i ;( Washington, D. C. were recent;Throughout the week, meetings ,
Ptty and will be to'' I guests of Gen. and Mrs. R. P.'will be i! St. W' J1am" Catholic Chapel
of'water safety. Capt. E. McKay poured the punch.Mis. available I held at 9: 30 a. m., and \

Lie Is' assistant professor of ath- S. E. Kennedy was in charge ;Irs) in the Melrose.-Keystone Girl i i Hollis. i i i31r. o-\ Monday Wednesday and Friday -"\j Keystone HelfhU *

letics at the University of Florida. Ol replenishing the punch and the Scout Neighborhood. j and Mrs. J. U. Whitlock of i ii nights at 8 o'clock. All ser- .i! Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m.

Deep Sea FishingLt. I'other refreshments. Ney-a-ti, which means "By the Keystone PTA Hears SuperintendentDiscuss 'i Albemarle, N. C. last week visited!-I 1!\ices are open to the-pubUc. 1 1 j Holiday Mass at 7:00 a. a. *.

Col. Charles [Pete] O'Con- Lake": will be operated for two Mr. and Mrs C. L. Mann. While!! Also .at Park-of-the-Palms during :!.j I! Tuesday Maw at 800; a. m. ,
Future
:'\Or. Commander of the 9886th I re-gister. one-week__ sessions; June 20-24__and Plans For High School here, the group visited Cypress. the coming week and in re- '''| Baptisms Confessions before all Maue, .
marriaees and
instructions
Air Reserve Squadron, recently Melrose. Lake Geneva. Grandin. June Wu nJUlY.. a, Each; or these Hirris C. Long [second from Gardens and Silver Springs. j i ;Liar session will be the Associ-
i eleventh grade by appointme
and in
1962-63
decided, to take his-first deep sea I Hawthorne Waldo, Gainesville, sessions will provide a day camp- !left], Clay County Superintendent Keystone will have Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Lyons of'I ation of Bible Conferences and ,

Dr. 'ing experience for 100 Brownies ; a complete Atlanta, Ga., Mr. And Mrs. D. P.i CampsCamp directors
fishing trip. Accompanied by Jacksonville and as far away asNew of Public Instruction, discussed High School.: will be TRINITY EPISCOPAL: :

Dtn Christoffers and Lt. Chuck York State and Pennsylvania.And Irtermediates and Senior Girl future plans for-a Keystone At Lyons of Ft. Lauderdale Mr. and !I:present from the Northeast and' MELROSE
present, the work CHURCH.
Newman USN, he set out from of course their many Key- Scouts. Fifteen trained adult vol- Heights high school being done Mrs. Dick Lyons and family of' Mid-West to hear special speakers I
at a meeting in Rev. M. H.
the
I ninth grade is on with Breyfogle Vicar ;
Ft. Pierce on the Victory II with scone friends were on hand towish unleeis will staff the camp. of the Parent-Teacher Association par I Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs.,I present new ideas and discuss I Sunday '
accredited high schools in the 0 a. in, Sunda
Capt, Archer at the helm. Col. Mr. and Mrs. Tillis continued A-ta-ga-hi meaning :Enchanted on Feb. 10. Others in photo county.In Luther Lyons-of El Paso, Texas problems of Bible Conference]1lliinistry. School; ,11:15 a. m. Morning1

O'Connor now has a 7-foot sail1h happiness.Miss Lake," will be operated as a are [from left] Earl Cherry, prin- I 'I visited Mrs., Bess Lynn and Mrs. : Gordon L. Purdy park-'Prayer and. Sermon (Holy Com

; in his den. Dr Christoffersalso Tillis, in behalf of her parents himitue Day Camp for two sessions. cipal of the school; William j the near future, the KeyStone I Wiir Lyons last creek I of-the-Palms director is chairman j munion each first Sunday, ]; 7:30:

landed a big sail-he and wishes to thank all the people July 25-29 and August 15. Beam PTA president; and A. E. .school will have three more Mrs. Mary Stone returned home :; : of the association. trj p,,m. Young People meet. tHoly .

O'Connor hooked their fish at the who attended the reception Fifty campers and a. staff of 12 Anthony, local member of the !'new classrooms to be ready by last week from the University l.1 I Days-10 a. m., Holy Coinmnnion -.

tame time, and both landed them I n.d especially all the folks who. will be accompanied each sessiono Clay County Schoo1 Board. I next September. Plans are also in i Medical Center in Gainesville. :able to attend. I "

tuccessfully very unusual oc- brought the nice gifts. She is I the primitive camp.A Mr. Long said that next year a the making for expansion of the 1!I Mrs. David Pritchard and children -I Miss McGuire will marry tCOMMUMTI

c-urance.: Col. O'Connor lives at giateful to Mrs. Edna, Williams of waterfront program' which truth grade will be established in cafeteria, and:'the school of Augusta, Ga. are visiting Paschal Carr in April. The bride-! CHURCH '

Azalea Place in Keystone Heights. Melrose who made up the artistic will include canoeing as well as tie school,,the.following' year an, will be landscaped and 'beautified.act grounds. .'Mrs. Pntchard's parents, Gen. and 1.1 elect is the daughter of .Mr. and j KEYSTONE 'HEIGHTSDr. ;

Maj. Bert Christoffcrs, while bouquet, and to Wally Muhlhofer I swimming is planned for Ney-a- Mrs.-R. P.'Hollis. Mrs. J. H. McGuire, Mr:: Carr is' .

ilshing from the party boat, ho directed traffic in front of ti and A-ta-ga-hi Day Camps. --- Mr. and Mrs. Mark Smallwood 1'the son of Rev. and Mrs. R.- -H.!, .' Albert C. Holt. Minister *

iuanita\ out of Port Orange recently -1\\ house and showed folks whereto I The first of March each registered D"n and Sharon Morgan on the as hostesses at the Mrs. and daughters, Kim and Jane,
boated 500 pounds of red park etc. Girl Scout in. the Gateway birth of their first child. Donald Gordon.Adams, the,'"School party.Mar- I of Gainesville were Sunday _afternoon J High School. Organist 'and Choir Director

snapper Maj. Christoffers is com- I She also wishes to express herappreciation I Girl Scout Council will receive a 'nV assistan' I guests of Mr. and Mrs.I Ceramic Shop Opened Sunday School 9:45: am. Morning -'*
and her
Chase Morgan, who arrived Mrs. Max
at 9 ;
mander of the Keystone Heights to Mrs. Everett Fox temp folder describing both Day Grant Rothhammer Mr. and' Irs. 'Ward Bessette, Worship 11:00: a:jn.

Civil Air Patrol Squadron and I and Mrs. Charles Tolford of the and Established Camps providedby a. m., Saturday morning, Feb. 20, festivities.Mooneyham, Beth, also Ijelped received with the', We hape that Robin Williams I! J have recently opened a ceramic '

the 9886th Conditoiei the Council. A time limit for :at the Bradford County many I off Rt. 214 Echo Lake. ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL
Training Officer for who baked the cake Hospital. lately'gifts..Highlight' :who has been very sick, is soon on :shop on
of the
Air Reserve Squadron, Gainesville.I{and cup-cakes legislation will be set, at the ex- Donald Chase weighed 7 Ibs. 10&? was a fashion show dyring which party her way to recovery. | The shop Keystone Ceramics and ,CHURUII'KEYSTON'E ;

I rom Belote Almost n'ration of which the will features Rev. M. H. Breyfogle Vicar .I
Golden Wedding Surprised camps oz. at birth. Mother Supplies everything ,
I and son are each child modelet'his.. or her Shower For Miss McGuire' ,
Celebration: LovelyOn On Saturday evening, Feb. 20. tie opened to any girl Scout age I I ;necessary for making ceramics Sunday-7:30: a. m., Holy Com.,
(doing well and party clothing. Guess includedall Miss '
very Mrs. MorganI { Brenda McGuire -
Sunday Feb. 21, Miss 'Mrs. Bill Belote was hostess to a at the cost of $1 more per session. .was.'and is open from 9 a.m. until 9p.m. munion I ; 9:30: .a. m.. Sunday,
'I is not a bit perturbed because the student body, of the Happy honored with a bridal shower Friday -'
Gladys Tillls was hostess at a reception group of friends at a birthday Miss Miriam Brooks of the Hour I ., Monday through Saturday.,:School; 9:3Q: a, m.. Morning Prayer
Queen Elizabeth beat Play School. -
I her by one Feb. 19, at the :Melrose.Woman's
for her mother and fathtr pal ty honoring her husband. The Gateway Council will be camp coordinator day. There is space for 'making;"I and Sermon Holy Communioneach

Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Tillis at 'party was supposed to be a' surprise Biirthday Party |( Club. (ceramics at the shop and coffee first Sunday];' 6:30: p. m.,
Further
the Tillis home on Lakeview Dr. 'I for Bill, whose birthday was Non-Scouts interested in day Las week Information Recently, Mrs. J.: .W. Warren I| The W. M. U. of the Baptist}and tea will be served to those:I Young People meet. f

The occasion was the Tilhs50th Sunday, but someone let the cat camp may contact Miss Brooks we reported that Mr. was hostess at a party to honor Church 'and the WSCS of the AV.O wish to come and work all: Holy Days-7:30 a. m.. Holy

Wedding: Anniversary They were,'ot the bag. The guests enjoyed at the Girl Scout Office 314 Mar- Estates Anthony Restivo of Keystone Club her husband and.her good friend Methodist, Church served as host-'c lay.I There will also be ceramic I Ii j1 Communion. *I
was ill in the Bradford
married in Melrose, Fla. on February dancing and there was a beautiful, ket Street, Jacksonville. ]1 Mrs. Kenneth Cooper, who were'rt& )'I esses. 1 1 pieces for sale. j *
County
Hospital. Since then he
22, 1910. The Tillis, home ; Imhday cake baked by Mrs. Bill ving a birthday the same day. About 40 persons attended and I Mr. Bessette is retired from the: THE RIGHT POINT fir ... >
has
i been taken to the J. Hillis
was beautifully and tastefully decorated I Scales to go with the rest of the, Mrs. Jorge Valldejuli Mr. and Miller Health Center the University .Party' guests included Mrs. Coop- 1 brought many gifts for the bride-i j navy. The Bessettes have two' way you urtie. Come In and aelert .

.with bouquets of flowersof party snacks. Party guests included -: Mis. Alex Brokas Lt. and Mrs. of Florida 'er's mother, Mrs Flossie Cope- to-be. Miss McGuire also received (children: Ward, Jr., 16, who at-' your favorite ESTERBROOS
Training Hospital, '
varying shades of yellow and : Mr. and Mra. Zane Netherton, Cr.uck Newman, and Mr. and Mrs in Gainesville. iand. 'Itrand Mrs. Thomas El- ,gifts from persons who were un- "i> [Continued On Next Page] Fountain Pen TELEGRAPH.:
And since then,
.we
gold. The refreshment table was .Mr, and Mrs. Jennings Murrhee, W. L. Bunce. Qut-of town guests have learned more and Mrs. Charlotte Gregory.Kew .. -- -, ,' '- -- g
about this
more
unfortunate -
attractively set with a large, I!Dr. and Mrs. Don Christofers,. Mr. included Mr. and Mrs.Dan Mead- man. Homes Under Construction .. ---T"" -

white, three-tiered wedding cakeIn !and Mrs. Bill Scales, Mr. and Mrs. ers, and Mr.'and'Mrs. Gene Spin- For Mr./aid Mrs: Charles Wallenius I! j
many years, Mr. Restivo !
the center, flanked by 'candelabra George Massa, Mr. and Mrs. Bill fdel, from Gainesville Mr. and :and his wife worked hard and are building two more 'homes in ,

with yellow candlesticks. Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Baker, Mrs. Don Morgan could'not attend sated their because Lakeview ,Highlands the area just

There were dainty cakes, mints, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie McGlave, because Mrs\Morgan: was in the hud'a dream.money They wanted to they re- inside the new city limits on Rt. ++O'ipD- '

and nuts,'as well as a punch bowlon Mt. and Mrs. Dan Simpkins, Mr. hospital with a new baby. Mr. and tire' and ,come 'to Florida to live. 21. '
either end of the table. and Mrs. Carl Duncan Mr. and Mrs. Richard Murrhee were sick :
Both house will have three
And when., in their home town of I
Guests greeted"by Mrs. D. Mrs. Norman Mr. and with :I
were Thompson, the flu and were unable to .
Detroit, fc tour to Keystone Club bedrooms, two full baths and,.
L. Thompson Jr. who also took Lawrence LaMee Mr. and
Mrs. be on hand forth fun:
Estates, was organized, they be- garage. .
care of the gifts, of which there Mrs. Wally Muhlhofer, Mr. andMarta.Jean'a !Mrs Nelson Has Two Luncheons AGE-REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER
.Mrs. Herbert'Nelson entertained CfI.me'me bers of the party who ,The' $I1Ueni ,expect- ,to have SPACE -

--------- came on a special bus. They pur- Lie houses finished by-the end ofAplu. ,
at her home with two luncheon I '
chased a home; and it looked liketheir With ;comPletiIi( of these '
Conditorei Bake Shop patties: recently On February 9,
dream had come true. It new homes,, the wan nius' will SPACE !
she had the ? MORE USABLE
Open 9 AM. to 6 P.M. Monday Thru,Saturday following guests) : Mrs. had for 24 hours. Shortly after have built a total of sevenhomesin
Ray Becker Mrs, John McDowall,
moving into their new home, Mr. that area. .
PIES AND CAKES OUR SPECIALTY ,
Mrs. Paley ,Boyd ,Miss Bessie
ALSO CATERING FOR PARTIES Rutherford, Miss Iva Hillyer Mrs. Restivo was stricken and taken Brownie Troop,229
the hospital. Then came the !
John Strawn, Mrs. Louis Kyle, .tal The girls In Brownie troop 229 LOW BUDGET PRICE
Phone 4395 Keystone Heights news that he has cancer, and mi reminded
Ms. Ray Starnesand MrsNel- !Jre to fulfill the "good
never see his Keystone home a-
son's mother, Mrs. Arthur Ryan, gain., deed": goals they discussed at ,

visitor. from Chicago.On their last.meeting. Each Browniewil
However he is f,to
grateful
Ait1 February 16, her guests included 'I report-on her deeds at the
IN REAL ESTATE everyone in our town who has '
: Mrs. Edward Conneen. next meting on Monday. I '
been so kind to his wife and who
lad Mrs. Conneen's mother Mrs. of will also be II '
Election officers '
has driven her to the hospital I
3-Bed Room, Living Room, Kitchen and Garage, Large Edward Maguire, Miss Anna Mc- every: day to see him. He always held at the next meeting. II r-

Lot Paved Road. Five Blocks to "Downtown." $11,500, ,Cdlough, Mrs. Ray Chance, and I wishes to be remembered to his Becky Hayes was invested as aJ II I

with $4,500 Down. Mrs. Arthur Ryan. nice neighbors. whom he knew Brownie at the last meeting. This

Lake Teen Asers Eenjojr, such a short time. In the face of brings the total number of mem- I q
Lots
Some Bargains for Cash. You can now Valentine Dance I
such feel that bers to 16.Continued. ,
courage, we Key-
get Next Year's "Lost Opportunities. On Saturday evening, Feb. 13,
stoners will rally and perhaps go [ On Next Page] I H
Brand New Homes on Paved Streets. Low ))own Pay the boys and girls of,Teen Town to visit Mr. Restivo, and if not, I

ments. Lake Access Near Golf Course. $9,000 to enjoyed a Valentine dance at then mail him a message or get-well

\V Masonic Hall: Chaperones for rai'd. You will feel better
$15,500. F.ILA. Financing.s. a per- HAIR OFF
the affair were Mrs. Davie Sibley
son for having done so. Make him
aitd Mr. Henry Hall. FOREVERUnsightly
E. M.CKAY- REALTOR truly certain that this is a town
Valentine Party at Bunce Home with a heart.

On Feb. 13,
Saturday evening,
Keystone Heights Phones 3071, 2051 4151 Small World Dept. Excess Facial)
Mrs. W. L. Bunce and Mrs. Roy
Melrose Phone Granite 5-2968 I On Wednesday, Feb. 17, Miss Hair _
THe were hostesses at a Valen- Removed I _
Anna McCullough was wheeling
tine party at the Bunce home onLake i ( PermanentlyEdmund .1
(her1 grand-niece. Martha Jane i
Santa Fe. The party was for
Schaeffer, up and down the
i the 7th grade ,class at the Keystone
I Schaeffer driveway when a car
HOW MANY School.. The hostesses were
drove by slowly, and then came
also! assisted Miss Paulette Ty
by lr
A lady
back and stopped. young Dwyer
Mrs. Bunce and Mrs. Tyre had
1 err re. got out of the car, and asked; If _
decorated in festive
the' home a
she weren't Miss McCullough, and Eleclrologist
with valentines and red
manner
; added, "I'd know you anywhere.
and white The'party was
paper You were by 8th grade teacher,
ac'-ually: a "Valentine Sock-Hop", 107 W. University Ave.
don't remember? And sure
you
'NaipdEl
,had their Gainesville JR 2-8039 :
and the boys and girls '
DOLLARS" enough, It''was one of the girls : ,
socks decorated with all sorts of hi 1
"who had attended the school :
Uiings. such as buttons, ribbons _
in
1t which Miss McCullough taught
rick-rack trimming,' etc. Climaxof Health FactsIn
Monongahela, Pa. During the
IN YOUR PAY the evening war the crowningof teacher
course of 40 years, a can "

the Valentine King and Queen' leach; ;, a lot of children, so Miss spite of all the'Changes that / ';,112SaaceAge"
The King Bucky Bunce, and the : '
"
McCullough didn't recall her ,i
world the
in this changing
Queen, Carol Baker were crownedby go on makes Inch usable
,
name but she remembered her thai design every
fact still remains spinal mis- i :
income of
By"phantom dollars" we mean Bunny Bunce, small sister face. _
nerves and I' -
alignments compress
which becomes so the King. Refreshments consistedof BIG 12.1NEW
outgo Local Boys HonoredOn obstruct the flow of vital nerve

quickly that you scarcely realize red punch and heart-shaped Saturday evening, Feb. .20. force to any' organ. If the lung '

ever had it, cookies. Larry Cooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. nerve is compressed the flow of MAGNA-SEAl CU. FT SIZE

you Unusual Telephone' Call Kenneth Cooper and Calvin O- ,
'i reduced ana
iit I. vital[ nerve force is
ye .
Some dollars. (those that must pay We who are not ,wise in the .steen son of Mrs. Ruby Osteen. lung djsease;. follows. If the liver joa SEAIS-1N COLD

f01.food, rent, and so on) are un- ways of the world were surprised: 'were honored by being chosen as nerve .is compressed liver disease

oidably 'phantoms"but others the other day when we talked toMrs. two members of the, All-Confer will follow.. MAtHlENfJAJJ.Y298.8

and she fold team following the Basket-
AughtreyVance. ence
need not be. And the more"phan Only'correction of th ecompress- WITH TKADEri
us of making a "Conference Call" tall Tournament at Bronson. Larry -
dollars the f d nerve can restore health. Thisis
tom dollars"you can convert into ravings to her daughter Ann, In Baben- 'Cooper was chosen -last year,
the work of skillfully
more important financial goals you can reach, in the Hessen. Germany,:In January too. We didn't know it.. but Ray trained Chiropractor your,_

Mrs. Vance. In Keystone her son Renfroe another Keystone boy '
long run Chiropractors today are reqUired ;
"Spike", in Lake'Wales. and Ann onschosen 'in the fall to be on NO PAYMENT TILL JUNE!

TO HAVE MORE, SAVE MORE; TO SAVE MORf, in Germany carried on 6-minute the All-Conference Football team.I examination to take the as same iLD.'s basic and science Osteo- ; ;

three-way 'conversatiOn, and it All three boys attend Melrose -
,
SPEND IESS-AND BANK THE DIFFERENCE WITH USI I paths :before they can receive a ( '
was most sattst ctori. Of course; High School. f .
license to practice. ..; IIWe Service Everything We Se////
;
that sort of call must be by appointment Beth Jackson Is Six .
Chiropractic restores health after
,,, but It does seem a Monday Feb. 22, The Happy "f ,
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK wonderful way' to bridge the miles. !Hour Play School was the',scene everything Visit else the has tailed.

Ann continues to have a grand of a lovely birthday party, hon- REDFEARN'SPHONE

F.D.I.C. time, and we ,understand, the will oring one of the students, Beth
Member Dr. H. G. Bollinger
have some big,news for her Key- Jackson, _small daughter of Cap .

A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community stone friends soon. and Mrs. Robert Jackson. Beth CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE Heights

Donald Chase'Morgan was six years old- Her mother and .Phone WO .-%881 ,4252 or 9391 Keystone

Keystone Heights, FIs. Greets 'WorldCongratulation. her ndmother.Irs. Fred Leonhard -I. 426 N. Walnut St. I '
\ r gr : ' ,::_, ::: :_ :_ -.
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for I '
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T.Y YY YY TT YYYYYY I Bible Study group will be discontinued Father.Dougherty would like for E. A. is attending a R. E. A. I train, to and from New, York.. by teammates Phil Anderson with NOTICE OJPAPPliCATIOX "Wi; dIn month of March. 1988, whichis

KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS until after Lent. all children to sit.in the first few Convention. On Sunday Feb. 21, Mr. M. L. Beasley made a business 12 and Mac McKoy with 11 Lar- TAT VEKUMr. I' the. 7 day of March, 1560.r .

I Community Church News; front pews on the left- side of the Mrs. London's daughter, Mrs. J. trip to Orlando on the past ry Cooper, Calivn O'Steen, and 11M.16 F. S. l i I mo.> led this 1 dar of February,

i The World Day of Prayer will middle aisle every Sunday. The M. Nelson bhio weekend and his wife accompanied Ray Renfro each had 8 points for NOTICE.; IS HEREBY GIVEN, (SEAL)
of
be observed by all Protestant denominations first Sunday of the month is Chil- Ottawa, flew him as far as Wildwood where Melrose. that Holhs V. Knight the holderof Charles A. Darby

...&.........&&&&. ..&A aft( the Community dren's Communion Sunday. The to St. Louis to meet her mother she visited her sister Mrs. Earl Bronson went on to win the the following certificates has County. Florida.Court of Bradford -
Second Sunday of the month is and the two of -them returned to Shaw. fihMl said certificates for a tax 2i! U 2/3S
Church at Keystone Heights on Riverland crown Saturday as, they (
drt-d
[Continued From Page 1)] Holy Name Sunday, and all the Ottawa by plane where Mrs. Lou- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pawlikowski be issued:: thereonT The certifkate -,-----
7:30 This '
Friday,March, at p. m. defeated the cedar Key Sharks; numbers, ,. and years ft issu-
CHURCH NEWS: year marks the 74th 'annual cele- mcn of the congregation are ask- don will visit for about ten days. and: sons Tommy and Jerry have 65-54. This iy the second straight ;tnt''. the description of the property -

SL Anne's Episcopal Church: bration of the day. It is truly a ed to sit in the first several pews The Nelsons will drive Mrs. 'London returned from Wilmington; Del. : RherlandConference, Tournamentwin and the" names in whichit I '

The 7:30: a. m. Communion Ser- World Day of Prayer for it is held reserved for Whether'Of them on the right of : back to Keystone when she and New York City; where Joe attended for Bronson, last year's winner vas assessed are as follows: WILLIAMSJEWELRY

vice his been discontinued until m 60 languages, in 148 countries the aisle. not they returns. : the American Institute of also. Certificate; Xo. 30; Year of Issuance '
: plan to take Holy Communion, Mrs. Mattie Smith from Mining Engineers convention. The 1957.liesrnptlon. -
on six continents. In our own Tampa 'Cedar "
further notice. girls beat Bronson :
I they asked to sit together thus. Key Property Com. at
and, there are 20,000 communities are has been visiting her sister Mrs. boys; had never seen snow so I' S\V ,' of
On Feb. 29, a Shrove Tuesday girls for: the girls championship. or X\VU of SEA & run E,
the
On third
Pancake will be preparedby where Christians will unite in Sunday the ladiesof Frank E. Stitchberry. Last weekend Mrs. Pawlikowski prayed for some iM Ft., X 152 ft for a' POB run t WATCHES DIAMONDS
Supper the parish will sit in the X 1:9 ft. to E .side of Rd '
pews drive north. I 13. Sly a- :
The first meeting of the they went to see their bro- on the Their relatives "
the Vestry and served from prayer. CARD OF THANKS long Rd 146 ftC, E 82 Ft. to POB I REPAIRS
5:30 till 7:30 The Public is day just west of the International occupied by the men on the pre- ther D. O. Cason who lives in New ana friends in Wilmington were I Stc 32 T 6 S. R. 22 E. I
: m.
p. vious Sunday. All ladies in the l\irt. Ritchie. From New Port net too. pleased that her I Xame in which assessed, D. *E. AD Work Guaranteed l
invited. Donations will be $1 for Dateline is held on the Tonga prayers With deepest gratitude we extend I Knight.All ,
adults; 50c for children. All you Islands, where the Christian congregation are asked to sit together Ritchie, each lady returned to her were so well answered: I this word of thanks for the t of said property being in the A. C. Williams

can eat. Queen, Salote, will preside. These on this third Sunday respective home. 'Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Neal en- 'many kind acts of sympathy, ', C-.unty of Bradford State of Flor- I 142 W. Call St

On March 1. Ash Wednesday islands are in the 'SoutIwest- Pacific whether or .not they plan to go to In behalf of Mrs. Arthur Chapman ,tained on Sunday with a Chicken flowers, and other thoughtful expressions ida.Unless such certificate or Cf'rUn-1 Starke, Fla.
Communion.The
a part of the Friendly Island we wish to thank all the nice Bar-b-cue dinner for Mr. and Mrs i cater shall be redeemed according
will at
Communion be
Holy given I I by friends in be-
our Formerly Roberts
of : tlaw the Jewelrythere's
the
described
men parish are planning property in
\ Leo LeBlanc of Keystone Club Estates
i of the day people who helped to cheer her -
10 a. m.. after which the regular t Sioup.= The last meeting up reavement. The family of H. such certificate or certificates wlil
to start Ushers' B'1
meeting of the Churchwomen will .will be observed on St. Lawrence an Club so during 'her'stay at the Bradford I and LeBlanc's daughter and Wiggins., be sold to the highest bidder at the .
be held. Island in the Aleutian Chain, a that everyone is given a chance' toserve County Hospital. When she attempted r grandson.. Mrs. Lee Riegler and i court house door on the first Mon-

Anyone having copies of church part of our own state Alaska just in this capacity. The first to write thank-you holes ', Rickey Riegler visitors. from ,De
will'be
:meeting announced later. Mrs. Chapman found her hand trait Mich. '
periodicals for which they haveno east of International Dateline.At
further use are asked to leave our local observance Rev. A. First Baptist Church: was still a bit 'shaky, so she has I Mrs. Betty Valdez of Jacksonville -

them in the back pew of the C. Holt will preside and Rev J. Members of the Women's Mis- asked us to deliver her message : Beach was a .visitor at the '

cuurch and they will be sent to R. Smith, and Rev. M. H. Brey- sionary Union of the First Baptist and to say she is recuperatingslowly Jack Haberstroh home on Monday.Feb. \ '
: ItJL1
Church held Mission at
a Study
patients at Chattahoochie State (ogle will also take part in the but surely. I. 22.: Mrs. Valdez. a former
Hospital.Cub program. Keep this date open and the church on Wednesday Feb. Mr. Kyle McMurtry spent last; Keystoner. is a cousin of, Mrs.

Scout News: On January let us have a large gathering. 17. in the. morning. The book week' at .the J Hillis Miller: Health Haberstroh.Mr. .

15, Cub Pack No. 305, consisting Another reminder of the Silver "Reaching Rural Churches.; was Center. in \Gainesville undergoing and Mrs. J. W. Warren
reviewed by Mrs Irene Russell. A treatment. He hale[ had their house
came home feeling as guests,
of two "dens" in Keystone Heights Tea. Remember it is to be on Circle I
with
luncheon Faye Taylor much ,better than when he wentm. Mr. Warren's parents, Mr. and
received their Pack Charter. Thursday March 10. at 2 o'clockin I r
hostesses followed in the Educational
as Mrs. H. W. Warren from Clifton
The Institutional Representative is the afternoon. It will be held ,
The ladies of
Mr. C. J. O'Connor; committee ui the Educational Building, Sinceit Building. i Rev. J, R- Smith and Dr. A. C. Forge, Va. and ',Mr. Warren's aunt
the W. M. U Mrs. Russ
presented Holt attended Founders' Day ceremonies Mrs. Arthur Jackson, from Cald- ,
Chairman the H. is seated -
Rev. Father M. a tea you are requested sell with small token of "
gift '
a as a
wtll W. Va.
Breyfogle; Cub Master. Mr. Frank to make your reservations im- at Stetson University inDelan'd ,
Mrs. James Puckettis '
Harris. The next meeting of the mediately by calling Mrs. J. W. appreciation. on Saturday. On Sunday. Feb. 21, the War-
of the Mission Study chairman. Miss Mable Kummer arrived rens and their guests. drove toeypress
Cub Scout committee men will beheld Warren at 2851. AU ladies PersonalsMr.

at 4 p. m.. March 6, in the Community are invited. If your and Mrs. A. G. Loudon left home on Friday, Feb, 12, after Gardens to see the sights.a1d'to ,
the beautiful orange-
spending nearly four weeks in theJ. enjoy
Parish House. The next Cub Scout children are your problem worry
by train on Friday, Feb. 19, for Hillis Miller Health Center in grove country en route.
Pack meeting will be held on not for the Nursery will be open
March 18 at 7:30: p. m. with a 'capable lady in charge. I'St Louis Mo., where Mr. Loudon Gainesville. She is feeling much Friends of Douglas Graham' ,

Thp resruiar Mondav evening
a little weight. bs interested in knowing that following .-'

Recent guests of Lt. 'Col.! and his high school graduation

Mrs. David A. Nelson were Mr in June he will enter West Pointin

Biggest tire news to and Mrs. Roy M. Brown of Portland July.

Browns. Maine.and the On Nelsons F b.. 22 went, the to .YTY Y YTV TYYYYY tt fr 4 1 ; : :a I

Eustis. Fla.. as guests of Mr, and .. .: z \: ,.


hit town in years I Mrs.friends Walter formerly M. Bachelder of 'Portland mutual, Me. LLLaaA.MELROSEContinued.AAAA4. A. .AA I\t ;i'r

There they enjoyed the Washington 3b
Birthday Parade which is onlya ( From Page 7] t*I :'

part of the big Washington tends Melrose High. School, and

Birthday Celebration held annually Penny Lee 10.

in Eustis. wscs

Other visitors at the David A. Mrs. John Clark was program ,} 'Asa eC

GOODmAn Nelson's home were Lt. Col. and leader for the monthly meetingof rir'

Mrs. R. )L. Ohman. of Boulder.; the Women's Society !of Christ- ar ,.ove ? ,
'
Colo. The Nelsons and the Oh- ian Service at the Melrose Metho-. ," ,i:::>-..:,: /
I mans were stationed in :Japan at dist Church. Those taking part in k4: '"x" ++r4. r 9w
.
the time where they became :
same the program were, Mrs. Leslie .
good friends. The Ohmans have Price, Mrs. John Ross, Mrs: A. J. .% '
GN3h'rJTt
':x:, 1f been touring the Southern ,States,' Witherspoon and Mrs. J. C. Salve-

., ,,,> .. and have enjoyed many, of our

.. Florida attractions. ,sen.The
...- y meeting was called to wor- I
We are sorry to hear that Mr. ship Mrs. A. J.
r by Witherspoon need'
beflow's
Bert Christoffers, ,Sr.; has been Spiritual Life Secretary, with a o to

feeling rather poorly the, last few '
quotation from Psalms 118, and


I AT LOWEST PRICES IN HISTORY weeks.Keystone Mrs. Anna Heights Furry, this Willie weekendfor leaving:I prayer.It Lewis' was.Hardage announced and. Mrs.that Brinson Mrs. CIJI\IIIIMI\IElll'U\ : \ IlltltG !


her home-in I Wilmington. :De ;, will complete the book review on .

after spending several months the Mission' Study of Africa. Mr. < the time to escape this life sentence. With an ELECTRIC
tit with daughter and Mr.
family
Hardage has given a discussion on DRYER you can stop lugging laundry. "Electric Sunshine"dries
and Mrs. HL.. Morgan Jr., and the general 'characteristics of the washables fluffy-fresh and wrin -Cree. day or night, in any kind f

children. Pete and Hank African people and the Import- of weather. An Electric Dryer .teamed-up with'an-electric=

1 1a Mrs. Albert Bachmann wasscheduled ance of that-continent to the out- washer ironer and water heater gives you a fufl pardon"

o r 3-T ALL WE A THER for surgery on Mondayat side world today. from drudgery brings you cooler cleaner, healthier modem liv.

90 t the New England Baptist Hospital Mrs. Carl Hagglund president ing. And remember,it's cheaper to go all-electric in your kitchen-

FIiYNir, in Boston, Mass. Anyone presided at the business meeting. laundry than to use a combination of services.See .

BOTTOM wishing to send! her la card may ladies will the in
AT A ROCK The paint rooms ,
v <:o so at "this address. We hope the educational building soon and your electric appliance dealer today ;;;" 1f

Gladyce will soon be home again. also buy new dishes. The kitchen FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY...!l4
On Tuesday Feb. 16. a groupof HELPING! BUILD FLORIDA "It.*>#
has been completely remodeled. '
M folks from the White Feather
Mrs. John Griner was hostessfor -
f Court drove to Daytona Beach to -
( tkt?
the luncheon. Decorations car. .
.
: see the sights and have a thorou- ried out the Valentine Motif. ..r.-w- ...... r

ghly nice time. The party consiSted .

: of Mrs. David Hall Mrs..Paul Woman's' Club ,
$ j7r' Harvey Mrs. Richard Clapp, and Joe M. Crevasse Jr., Alachua '

Mrs. Hall's uncle, Mr. James County Sheriff, was guest speaker / R'S A ,
BLESSED ; & a
Packard.Mrs. at a covered dish luncheon for EYENT
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r 6.70x15 Brian Nation is out of the the Melrose "Woman's ,Club. He FoR t Tit falcon Tudor SidM

blockwall hospital after a bout with pneumonia spoke on the subject of safety. ....
4 s x tub -typ and has been staying :at The next meeting will be March P.y n..n

the White Feather Court ,to recuperate 2. with conservation of natural
'
until she is able to reborn -i resources the program. Two films,

to her home in Jamaica. She "Yours Is the Land" and '"The

and her husband, the Hon. Brian' River" will be shown, courtesy ol f

Nation expected to fly to Montego the Florida Board of Forestry.

Bay. Jamaica one day this Melrose Whips Trenton; Losesto i
week.- Mr.: and Mrs. Nation 'are Bronson +1
SAVE UP TO $124-ON AMERICA'S
MrsJohn Ruffini's parents..
..
Thursday night the Melrose SAVINGEST SIX-PASSENGER CAR-THE
Florida tourists.. Mr. and Mrs. FALCON
Bulldogs faced their first
Charles Post, spent one day last ents in the Riverland oppon- The Falcon's priced up to $124 ha than other

f Te/ inc Value! week in Keystone Heights 'with Conference ,. \ 6-passenger compact can, gets up to 30 miles per
Tournament, Trenton. The stakes
gallon. 4,000 miles between oil changes. Cuts costs
their friends Mr. and Mrs., Kenneth :-
T.50xl4 size TUBELESS Cooper and The were high. A victory! 'meant one u COME on tires, parts, up to 15%' on insurance! Compare
family.
closer to the Conference IN
game Falcon luggage space, quality, performance!
." Posts; were enroute. to their homein trophy? a .defeat! meant elimina- v1 1 1 AND ; *ta*n MMlKtiirirr. MUKM....MJrarW*km

r r For South Bend, ind. tion from the tournament. Perhaps -
f Recent,guests at the White Feather -
this is what spurred both
late A Court were Mr. and Mrs.
I teams to such a close game.
15,9 Lawrence R. Bradley from Tryon BUNDLE
model Melrose took the lead in the first
N. C. Mrs. Bradley is a 'sister of
quarter 14-12, but found
',;; .,., .. Mrs.- Bert, Christoffers., Sr. and soon
cars themselves behind the 1
falling as
.
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"\_,y during their stay, the Bradley
T t hard-playing Trenton team out-
viisted their relatives, including -
among .
scored them to lead at the half with our FbRP EcOAfOJUY TvtfNS
Not just another of those "100% NYLON" tires &k a Good je I Mr.. and Mrs. Bert Christ- 2219. Trenton retained this lead
offers Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Bert
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TRIPLE-TEMPERED NYLON-NYLON at its tarp best! For ate. Christoffers, Jr.. Dr. and Mrs. Don. in the third quarter. Going into the economy choice of a IHef/mcJ/ 1c ,
the final quarter, the score was s w
''strength safety and,value, get this new 3-T Nylon All-X eathes, It's the JQ ( Christoffers and family and Lt: 34-30. Miwday through the fourth }
and
and Mrs. Chuck Newman
n.e
priced Nylon tire can trust. .. quarter Melrose tied r
you family. it UP. 40-40 (;AR THAT
but lost the A I + MAKES Rioo S1\
lead
once again as Tin Falrfaw
ofSilver
Tom
Mr. and Mrs. Garner I 1
( usN
AU SlItS AU tor'AlO Lake arrived home on Sunday -I Trenton managed to pull ahead 500 Club Sefcn '* i ., To SAY//40R-
C" n
Tested and proved bckwall Whitewall > eb. 21, after about 10 days 4342. Hope came alive once again == k

Goodear'I5-mi1c Tire Tube Tube In New' York City and Wilming for the Bulldogs when Calvin
?;:a.r,, OQ Size .
;,': o.ahtradt SaD T Type .I. ton. Del. They went to New Yorkto I O'Steen scored a free throw to tie

; J' : ''r at 6.70 x 15 *13.9S17..50 attend the American Institute the game, 43-43. Then with 18

Angtio,Texas where 7.10 x 15 15.95 19.95 of Mining Engineers convention, seconds left, Larry Cooper sank

coniinuoni high 7.60xt5 17.95 .21.95 at the Statler Hilton HoteL They another free throw to give .Mel-

/ speeds tan be 6.00sI6 13.95 ..-_-;. spent five days in New York,. and rare the game, 44-43 and a plaice = r

attained. B1ackwa11 Whittrallr while Tom was attending meetings in the semifinals Friday.' t
_ -- Tnbeltu' TubcleS_* Calvin O'Steen, Ray Renfro. and t.o.At,
his wife enjoyed sight-see-,
HERE'S WHY THE TOTALLY NEW FAIRLANE i P
7.5014 $15.95 19 Larry Cooper>were top scorers for :
ing', luncheons and fashion shows.
500 IS THE VALUE LEADER OF THE YEAR
*AD and They visited Radio City and sit 7 Melrose, scoring 16, 13 and 11.
r
price* Pius tax t G..
respectively. Herbert Brown led Want savings in the large economy size? Our Fairlane 500 '
the
and movie
Got a set of lour for $1.95 a week! r-' the Once Rockettes More :with Feeling." They, Trenton with 13 markers. all-new,bigger,finer in every way. ..yet priced up to$142leu Ta -
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than last year! There's more built-for-people comfortup j mS 1
MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY'OTHER KIND! attended the Broadway 'show, 'Friday night alt hope of winning ( to 4 inches more shoulder room, for instance), more Eco''OMY ,
Rides Again"twith the championship was gone as the Tw.NS. +
"Destry ,4ndy fine -_ 1& Griffith and Dolores Gray. ;They fourth ran&ed Melrose team met

1 saw Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pawlikowski the 'mighty 'Bronson five 'seeded I fO0-TW fid for*of s Mtf*. t1CON-r.Nn.&.Fwd iitu otuaC-16.Waif,Mut w.sl.TEWiLLEGAft ./c
foe Keystonel there and,also Mr. Not- 1 for the tournament. .

GQODN'Service$ Station r and Mrs. E. C. Welchel'nd Mr' $Bronson took an early lead and I

and Mrs. Bfll Siprelle,former easily coasted to 'a 70-39 win over MOTOS

I SEEBER D. GOODMAN Kejstoners: from Jacksonville, the scrappy Bulldogs. The Eagles

who were also attending the con.. substituted freely'througnollt the .
U. S. 301 at South City Limit ii .. .
I vention. .They had two days inwamingtoru game.
Del., and &the rest, ;of Warren 4ilbert!too the scoring -- See "FORD, STARTIME"> in using color Tuesdays on hBG-Tti r ----

"file "time'was spent en "route'ly)''' assault with 20 points,. ''follow d ... "J" ti a \'.. I t 1

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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTNEWS Moriah: Methodist' Church;;) Pleasant :1 inunit'y citizens and members-and rTTTTVVVTTTTTTTTTTTT't' t.Y YYYY.YYTYYTYYYYY m BuildingctiYL't $300.

Grove, Church, New Bell! make a full report. Let' make, ,' t .yOn Clarence Covington northwest
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OF INTEREST TO COL RED'CITIZENS \ ,
Church Hymn "What A 'Friend this the final rally for completingthe' GRAHAM; EVERGREEN I The Upgrade, !!!

OF BRADFORD COUNTY We Have In Jesus remarks, Mr. New Mt. Pisgah A. M.' E. After. Slow Start -II
William Holland, Rev. Thomas A. Church Rufus1\ Riley, Jr. reporter. 'Sirs : t. 'I'I.A& t Oliver, $2575HFirushed price
JoblMcWime1
B; Mrs.- Srbi1 Griffis
Ozora Shell the Mrs. CarrieB. Bethlehem Freewill i, I
By Huger; obituary Baptist ''t. t Building in Starke started gaining ,4595.
Limbric No. 518, 'Serv Church .... Walter Pierce. Nat Williams
; Hymn ..yyyYyyy..Y.yyyYYY. & A&&A&&&&&&& -
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......A.. .... .....u..i..u.u..us AAAAAA. momentum at the end of'Jannary
ant of God Well Done;; eulogy, Rev. fe. McKay, pastor. All '' ..I Subdivision, 16 by 18 foot wood
after a slow start at the begriming
I ,
Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. JohnMcKinney Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Norman
Coronation Colorful j O. W. George, chairman; Mrs. L Bishop J, W. E. Bowen, resident members and friends''ate asked : I of the year. The following I residence $1,300.
over the weekend and James visited Mr. and Mrs.
The theme of the Coronation C. Jelson and Mrs. E. J. Givens. bishop; .honorary pallbearers, Ministers to'obServe the; followtti*, worship building permits issued Claude Hardee W. Davis St. 24
wire: 'Mrand'; Mrs: V. L.: McKin- Horace Redding and family in were by
Services for :Miss R.J.E. High and Decorations: Mrs. II. L. Paul, of the Florida Conferenceand schedule:' Monday, T p.m.. Faithful t he city clerk's office during the by 24 foot frame residence, 4595.
and
'children of Gainesville
\ icy ; i Jacksonville on Saturday.
Elementary of 1960-61 was "Blue chairman; Mrs. Altamease Chandler other denominations; active Club meeting; Tuesday,. 7tp.m., Mrs and :-ilrs. J.' 'D. McKinneyand Mrs. Thomas Starling of last week of January and the L. V. Hardin Green Acres Sub*

a On Parade". The program included Miss Mae Frances Jenkins, pallbearers, Rev. A, D. Hall, Rev. Choir practice; Wednesday/ p.m.. children of Ocala; Horace Kingsley Lake visited her son-in- first two weeks of February: division 32 by 63 foot concrete

j Marshalls: Kyler Cohen Ralph Mrs. M. J. Lee, Mr. Eddie Thomp- 'Dan Singleton Rev. A. L. Pierce, Prayer meeting; Friday, ,7 p.m. McKinney of Adel Ga., and John,1 Jaw} and daughter Rev. and Mrs. J. 'L. Tinimons, 407'W. Washington clock residence $12.000, contracted -

e Williams, and Vera Marks sft kin!!, Mrs. Maybelle Roberts ,and Rev. J. W. Moffett, Rev John Prayer: Band; Sunday 7:30 p.m., DY Wall and..son, Danny of Tam J. E. Norman and'\ James on St., remodeling garage. by Whitehead Brothers.W. .
: flower girl for Dorothy Davis Mn E. R. Shell. Music: Mrs. W. M. Banks, Rev.. Handy Williams; Rev. G. G. McArthur and'choir of I B. Hamilton, S. Cherry St..
e who was Elementary Queen of Randolph C. C. Anderson Junior Cower attendants. Ministers' St. Augustine will render servicesfor 1a'.. p [Wednesday and Thursday. at the Bradford County Hospital, 22 by 38 foot concrete block resi-
| Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Redding of '
"Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frazer of
: 1959-60. The seventh grade sweet- High, Lawtey. Wives and Daughters Alliance, the I us. All members and visitorsare 1'Raiford visited Mr: and Mrs. L on. Sunday afternoon. dence, $5,000 contracted by Blair
heart and escort, Shirley Ann Laid to Rest Florida Conference;' interment urged to attend. -Mary Me-, Mobile. Ala:, and Charley. Frazer Visitors of 'your reporter this Li deU.

: Scott and Herschell Bryant; eighth The late Sister Julia Tryson was Winfield, Cemetery Lake City. byl Bride,. reporter. of Miami 'visited their parents:;H.Pisht.i Redding Mr. and and Mrs.girls; Russell on Friday Red- week were our soninlaw'.and. I R. W. Brannen Weldon St., 28

grade, Janie Mae Scott and buried in the Odd Fellows Cemetery Chestnut Funeral Home. New Bethel Baptist Church .Mr. ; ,and.Mrs. Clarence. Frazer, ding, visited the Reddings on Sun- laughter and their children of by 52 foot concrete block resi-

: James Wanton; ninth grade, Net- in Lincoln City Sunday after, It's, a Girl Rev. A. B. Vinson, pastor yrill rover the weekend. afternoon. Jacksonville. 'dence $9,995.
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tie Early and Arthur Jones; Tenth funeral serviceat On last Friday Feb. 19, Mrs. hold 'regular' 'services on Sunday Q. W.. Rivers and Clyde Kelley ay "
impressive -
I a -
a "A", Leola Houston and :Milton very Ebenezer Baptist Church, Rev. Bessie Lee became the mother of starting with ,Sunday School at visited Bill Rivers at New River i family Mr. and of Mrs.Satsuma jr C.visited Pringle and Mr. '.. ._. ._ ,} ,",_ .:.., -i: :_ i.c: : n----: :: '-
.
i Ellerson; Tenth "B1, Dorothy Damor Dell presiding. The pallbearers another 'girl, which makes a totalof S$!30i; with >:Su}| t Milton Ellersonin I last Sunday. Pringle's mother Mrs. Daisy :

I Hamilton and Rudolph Powelf; ,, Lodge' No. 7, turned out I three girls and 'one boy in her charge Morning worship at 11 Albert Willis and Roselee McKinney .Pringle,. and his sister. Mrs. Otis :SEETHE

: eleventh grade Esther Allen and in full regalia. Many local and out family. Dr. Wells was the attend a.m. Choir No. 1 will furnish".tb. '',! are on_'the sick list this. Brewer, and family on Sunday
V Clifford Kelly; twelfth grade of town ministers participated on! ing physician. Mother and daughter music under the direction of :Mrs. ,'eek..: t' I afternoon '

: Velma Tyson and Ira Hamilton.)(I the program, Music was.furnishedby are, doing fine. Mr Lee, is still Lottie English. At 2 p.m. the choir W are sorry to report that I Re\ 'and Mrs: J. E. Norman
I Elementary attendants and escorts -' the choir with soloists Mesdames -I in' the hospital' _but'"is ''reported will sing "at1 Mt. Ptsgfh; AM.E- i Horace Cain is still in' the Bradford I j visited Ernie Johns, Ronnie Norman MOST TALKED ABOUT '

: : Joyce Reddish and Jerome ,Bertis Robinson and Ran much better..lfhetamily is deeply Church for the building fund rally; County Hospital .in Starke. i Harm Taylor and Lee Britt
e Man Valera Jenkins arid Earl De- ell English; Thy main eulogy was i i grateful to the American Legion Rehearsal is held each Wednesday I '

: Sue. Cynthia Clark was crowned 'preached by 'Rev. E. D. Robinson,j Post 314 and Commander Julius before the third and fourth Sun-I MOVIE OF THE TIMES
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Queen of RJ.E. Elementary fore pastor; who emphasized the fact for *he cash 'd na\ion of; $15 re- days at ,7:30 p.m. All, members ,
196061. Train bearer Winifred that: "we must go back to the ceived recently and other gifts and are urged to 'att "'
S Ross. High school attendants and I dust", We were all created from donations from clubs and groups. will worship with Rev. Hall and THE INr1.Til& GUESTS.:1"HE: SENSATIONS

i escorts; Elizabeth Crum and Wil- dust therefore to dust we must return "A friend'. In need is a friend; \his members Jit Bethlehem Free

I lima Hampton, Margie Leverson when we 'have 'completed'our indeed." May God bless all of you ,win Baptist Church, Rev.. L. "Mci

: and Lonnie Johnson. Flower girls: life on earth. Duncan Brothers, is 'bur! prayer. The Lee and Morrsfamilies. Kay, pastor, on Thursday night:I :: I II

: Linda Matthews and Willie Davis.a morticians ;.of Gainesville had All members are asked to please -T-----/L1 r
a J. E. High Queen of 1960-61 charge of the body and interment Fiesta Club Meeting' ;' meet, the pastbr" there; We' are I : 0 l

: Ruby Dee Tisdale. Train bearers! : i Tjfe" obituary was. read by Mrs. The regular meeting of the very glad to know that Mrs. Lizzie e ,_ .
\
i Yvonne Tyson and Geraldine I Altamease Chandler which indicated Fiesta Club will be/Held' at the Peterman has'returned home after

Dean. Captain of basketball team, i, that Mrs. Tryson departed old. Wateroak school, on Friday, haying spent several months in the ,
r Frank Long. The program consisted i this' life on February 10 in the Feb. 26, at : the "regular hon;: hospital 'in Tallahassee.) She is

: of the following numbers: BlueBird I I hospital in Gainesville. She leavesto President Ethel Your; is asking doing nicely at this time:;: Allmembers

p Blue Bird; Blue Bird of! mourn her passing a devoted all members; to' please attend. are' asked to please visit
: Happiness, Blue Berry Hill, My'I husband, Simon Tryson; a stepdaughter -I Business of vital importance must out sick: Mrs: Laura Whitmore I \ : ,:i ? GagQ
Blue Heaven A Modern Day Boy.' Irene Mackie' : nephews..I be transacted. Mr. and Mrs.'Wil:.I continues to be.,ill; also her' daughter :.: : ,
: Blue-Comedy Skit: Alice Blue Harold; Mitchell Vasco' Mitchell Ham Holland will serve as 'h stand Mrs. Maude E. Magee." I'im Ii I' '-L"

I Gown, Blue Eagle March A Trip and 'Robert, Lightfoote of,, Gaines hostess. Mrs. Pernella Cumj 'sure,they can'use'some assistance,
a in the House of Blue Lights, Blue ville* other in-laws great neph-I mings reporter. so'please"stop 1Y:! aihd'lend a"he p'-

.a Tango, Tappers, Chorus Girls, ews, great nieces and a host Carnation Club 'tag hand. Mother" Sophia Royal) is '
Blue Moon, Rhapsody in Blue,I I of other sorrowing relatives and The'regular meeting of the Car- asa confined, to' her home -withinfluenza. '

: Birth of the Blues. Blues in the I friends. nation Club was not held due to 1 ., 'EVen! ,nt. ''service' willbegin "Jt r-Safe ys' Sake, Quality and*reasonable prices trade f

a Night, Walking the Blues. Blues i, Rev. Horace Rlunt FuneralizedRev. the illness of so many members. ",at I p".nL led-by"tie"pastor! ; Starke" Builders Supplies." '

: Get Off My Shoulders Blue TOmorrow -!I. E. M. Hurley: District President Brooks is also shut-in All"membersre' asked' '''to' attend. !
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s and Bye, Bye, Blues, Superintendent of the Jacksonville with the flu. We wish for all a and"bring'a;"friend. '

: finale. The following committees I I District, presided over the final speedy recovery. Mrs. A. Jenkins, Ebenezer'Baptist! Church
were responsible for this presentation ,I rites of Rev. H. J. Blunt at Mt.: reporter. E'.f'DRobinson: ; pastor, held NO MONEY DOWN -

: : Program: Mrs. F. Moriah Church l1\9t Thursday The Church News 1 Sunday\ School 'at 10:30: 'aim.: Supt.i i ., FROMWARNER, ROS. TECHNICOLOR:

s Pierce, chairman; Mrs. E. S'I i order. of service was .as follows; Mt. Henry 'Bryant in charge! Classes' > r : DEE
Church.Rev .
M
JMsgah A. E. EGAN-pOlWWcGUIRE-SANDfiA
e ; were taught by Mrs. 0: R. Shell RICHARD
Thompkins, co-chairman; Mrs. M. The Processional; prayer, Rev. S.
.. D. Christian, Mr. J. D. Greene and J. A. Grimmage, pastor, and Billy" Bryant. Morning andevening Repair
S. Robinson, Jr.; Hymn 520:- will hold a special Building Fund ARTHU-KENNEDY 'TROY DONAHUE IICONSTANCEfOR
a :Mr. H. Taylor, Costumes: Mrs. "Abide With Me", Rev. J. B. F. : services were omitted due '
II Rally and program on Sunday at to two funerals Rev: Favors'and eEU1AflBONa = SlOAN\W.SON+ +
Old ]
Williams The Scriptures, Add Rooms .
; 2 pjn. sharp. The call' to worshipwill : --- Co/port --- -.
Sister Julia Tryson. The Federation 7' '
Testament 90th Psalms Rev. ; j i %ij : ,, v.r xwmawanaeMOELMERN4'[ '...I"-,
be made the afterwhich
Frank Cambridge New Testament by pastor will be held on the first sun- -. --

7ot9SCt666 st John 14th; Chapter Rev. the following choirs 'and day at, Antioch Baptist 'Church, at Bath Room
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numbers will be presented by 3 :, according to an announcement -
Damon Dell; speaking for district, Mrs.. Elnora p.m SUNDAYTUESDAY'
Rev. E. H"; Johnson; conference chairman. Cannon program by theh'president. Rev. E D., (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX. ,
Rev. S. D.' Bankston; solo, Mrs. Ebenezer Baptist Robinson.' Keystone Heights has TURES)
Church, Antioch Baptist Church been notified 'and Will attend .29
Josephine Ellerson Brown; resolu- Bethel Rev. FES. 2' MAR. 1AT
tions from the conference; MtALVAREZ' New Baptist Church, all of George W. Lee is pastor and vice Tim To Re-roof
., -- :Starke; Pleasant Grove Baptist I president of the Federation Musis
!! !\ Clothing Keystone Heights: choir of St., will be furnished by the combinedchoirs .. THEFLORIDA
Ijll STORElen's 111111 Augustine, Rev.. J. J. McArthur,' under the direction of Mrs.

II ,1894That's ,, pastor; selections from Lawtey,' O. R. Shell., Plan now to attend
Mrs. Z. P: Jennings hi charge.
next ,Sunday. THEATRE
Readings: Mrs..Maurice White and Mrs. Pencil ,English reporter. STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES

Our BusinessIf Mrs.. Cassie Dell. Collection: Mrs. American Ler1olfost. and .

It's Glass We Have IU! i Mary Springs,Mumford and, Mr, ,, Green Oscar Cove DelL Auxiliary 91 and Phone WO 4.4201. a Starke, Fla. TEL. WO 42771mm
Cofimandeiii haitipyal
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CALL WRITE or VISIT Counters; Mr>; Frank Bell, MissA. President L M. Royal wish to rePort -- -<, ". _' ".f _- ___,-. ::; -_.. .__' .:: _:, _=_ : ;;.
B. Anderson and Mrs. Leona M.Royal. .
Joe Co. 'The union choir will also a very successful Lincoln--but of ,. .' .
g Peters Glass r Douglas banquet Many
assist with music which includes:I towns; guests were present and'ex.-?
- Mt. Zion A. 'M:: E., Lawtey, M>. in 'attended.
FOR ANY GLASS NEED pressed 'delight having
Linwood Crawford; 'director; Allen ; included the
Special guests
Store ""'on1ll.luSt"
We
Modern
Pesfjm Vii
Chapel A. E.s Mrs. CorrineButler Service
I State Officers for' Veteran -
Mail Us A Pattern 'for :
!in charge; andMt Pisgah '
,' ; Affairs from Passe (;rillCj j 0
T,be'Tony' : :,A M., E. .choir.i : All organizations St 'Petersburg, and Mr., Crosby, i, a i

1313 N.W. 4th PL Uainesvilie. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 i and boards of the church" and out' local representative. Special i I .

--q- ,captains are asked to contact cornSUWiNNEE thanks to all who participated on I r, e e mkjmm&

I the prorgam_ to Mrs. F<,'S.'Pierte i 8 f
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and to Mrs. O.Vy' I(

VALLEYDAIRIES George, _assistant in general. On

Sunday starting at 9:45: 'a.m., a

i ,\ School, of Instruction teas 'held in'
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the cafetorium of RJ.E. for service
i officers in Florida;: Post 314 a ""a a : Exclusive"No-Frost" System by

J> with Commander Julius Royal in .:x ,ib,, ,. r ,r t Kelvinator is the Only One Proven
,..', I' I ; charge, served as' host. Officers r,., s ,:.:., ', in 10 Years' Use 1 Its Simpler,

: : *1"r from, all over the state were present : = Safer, and Far More Economical
"i 'M1 t i to Operate I IT
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f. meeti jg.} Mr. M. C. Girard was Inch
rge\of the instructidns, assisted GET MORE FOR

': ADAISY SH AND CARRY Toy two, representatives from YOUR MONEY WITHKELVIHATOR
Passe-Grille and Lake City: Many

interesting things: were learned !
about benefits and assistance

widows! -and children of disabled -
MORE I USABLE 8PACEI
vet ranS. All persons present "'reported a 1.
S'FR4 E a very beriefifcial meet \d tHqfl! '
CONVENIENCE
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campus.'-Mrs. Pauline -Marshall, t I ,,,,I, H 44! .;,u'ti,, -- -
reporterBasketball: 1' MORE! QUALITYI
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NOW OPEN( .ON Hi'GHWAY"SD1 NORTH- j journey. .'to TJgeritmdTlgerettes W liston"on! V' iday will"to V I MORE BCONOMY1, ,

open 'the Clas's 4/B" Western Di- Il i .Bio'3O-Ib.Separate freezer I
li it I .VaxwTight"ColdMidCrisper"w1ta'r.
vision Tournament The girls will
( "no-doop"convenience I IEjcctusivi .
NEXT TO HERB'S DRIVEINMILK' play the opening game with Wilt '
'i 1! Package Pantry for pr -p kia se J
liston in the ..k '
followed by the boys .,:j' foods
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opening with Williston. Two teams If Magnetic Door Gaskets for a parted mil

ECLIS< t -- The tournament wi l start :at 10 11-, .Twin Egg Trayi hold two dozen eggit!

am. and ext'end .through the eve iI. .Full-Size,Adjustable Gliding Shelf cf j jf jrustfree
ning. The finals be played O'
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ORANGE J1IErCQTfAGEBREAD>> on Saturday night with semifinals'starting 'kt'-;. = a 1' .Handy"Eject"I Ice.Traye plus Ice diM
: Saturday at, 3 pjn.Schools ,- Container; L
participating wflf include: + -3 ; ..NeW,"Circulating Cold" far faeter, aietlz
B. T.. Washington Dunnelon: Fesacnderi f ;! even-dulling t '
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,.Martin; Belleview'Santos; ; ;

Moderate Prices Williston Vocational and- RJEE: 'of i ." ., .. ALL FOR ONLYt $4.46
,-. a
; Starke. Coaches Butler and Shelf) A WEEK
are still optimistic about the'outcome WlfH'TIWJI/:-'"

of this tournament Fortunately .vr .. r ..
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the 'tournamen ,. He is Impartial J:.: ,
GRADE "A'( GULOT and, has been outstanding in his .. ,;

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; term. Charles Jackson- is expected -



M ILK.'i1-r capacity out official.commended the to,,Johnny but season attend'for has Jackson' 'as'in served"having Jan a :'registered unofficial'throughI is worked to be 3< ::;. Sepiird's Radio & lYe '{



with pie team during the recent .
wnw' of Coach,)helL He is PHOJJE{ .. )\'0 4-6901 'i STARKE, FLORIDA

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T. 1Y/Y..Y .YYY.Y..YY children of Jacksonville- spent I I Roy Reddish"of Webtser Mr. and I I Moore had the misfortune to!,Town Hall:Saturday evening. Feb. amon?' the' sick are .'Sue s p;:i I| HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH in FnJlowshipVh Ooi.Train; -
Sunday with Mrs. Dobbs' parents I[!!Mrs. Frank Mathis and family of break h# collar bone'while play- ."as a climax,to, their focus I Carrie Norman Maude Hess Sar- I Hope Baptist Church. Theressa"''ing' Union 6:3"0: p. ia, Editing
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkison.The .I II Jacksonville and Mrs. Logan 'W. tug at 'school 'on Friday 'week,:'February 1420. :ah Alvarez, Mrs. Suggs, Selma seven' miles south of Starke on Woiship1.: ; 7:30 p. InYfeS of
Wilkisons have just learned Baldwin- Mrs. Gordon L. Peterson of i Miss 'Elizabeth Provence of :Unice, Allie Whitaker, Gail Shuf- i! fit. 100. Rev. Samuel S. Cuthbert,+I',messsage on the B.):k of Re\ela
tt/'tin. .Joyce T. l'1rt.1a that! their son. Burnell and his Mrs. Sinclair Mosley Mrs. Newt Arlington was the Saturday over- Jacksonville., .state director of I ford, Rita Tilly, George Shufford, pastor. I Jon by the pastor. x Topic this
AALAUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiMrs wile,, of Miami, have a new son I Norman and; Miss Shirley Norman night guest of the R. E. Lee ami-- I Baptist Youth work Was featured Ltamon: Norman Sumpter Harley,< Kunday: School 10 a. m. Morn-I: wetk will be ""Power to Live By."

who 'arrived on February 17. I ,.all of Jacksonville, visitedMrs ly.Mr. t: tspeaker for the evening and Douglas Brown Ronnie Norman j :ng Worship, 11 a. m.. message byI 1 1I i Wednesday 'l:3G..p. m.. ,Prayer
Della Fridell .of 'Deland Is Mr and Mrs. Glenn Shuford Lu Norman on Tuesday. and Mrs. J. C. Tye and also., presented special music. and Ernie Johns. f i Meeting, followed by choir re-
the
I pastor "EnJoy-
tnc on topic
.tlsitlng' her sister Mrs. Effie are the proud parents of a. baby I I. Mrs.Tom Barry and children family' were,attending. ,to business !Other,,musical numbers were, presented I J i h!arsal. Fred Dodd director..
Boatrlght, and family Mrs. Warren daughter Chert Kathleen born I I spent Tuesday as guests of. her I Jacksonville on Saturday. They ,by Leonard and Raymond I ':
''Boatright joined them and j Peb. 17 in St. Vincent's Hospital. mother-in-law, Mrs. Barry, in were luncheon guests of Mr. and Moody:of Graham.Decoiations'fo -
visited Warren in Veterans Hospital Mrs. Shuford and daughter came I I Gainesville.We Mrs. Fred Roberts and family. the banquet included ,
on Sunday.Mr. home on Sunday and will be I I are glad to report that Mrs. F.. S. Campbell spent Sundayin t .a pink and 'white sweetheart I tr <
and Mrs. Luther Hilliard's j I'flaying with her mother Mrs. Selma Eunice, George Shuford Gainesville with Mr. and. Mrs. theme with hearts anc" 0 b
guesta during the week were Mrs.! Hicks, for a few days; I I and Mrs. Joyce Brown are im- Si-lncy Williamson. ell?1di" trimming the room and th' BUY THAT bi.
Carl HDliard, Mrs. J, A. Ogilvie, I J. W. Hart of Jacksonville, and proving in- health. We hope that Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hingsonand table.. Candy, favors and cupi, i.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling and Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Harvey of they will be home soon. I Betty Brannen visited Mr. puce,cards carried out the theme'
family, Mrs Louie Bell Wainwright ':Macclenny, spent Sunday with Mrs. O. J. Phillips' and Danny and Mrs.MeMn Hingson of StateFarm Intermediate GA's who assist:
and daughters Mrs. R. C. Allen Hart and daughters.Mr. visited Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips on Sunday., with serving were Clairnell Coop RCA TVNOV I IV
Keene Sonny Kite and Steve I and Mrs. Landon Griffis of and sons in Callahan on Wednesday Mrs. Daisy Bock and son 'andMrs. er.( Cathy Conklin Joyce Conklin ,
Starling of Jacksonville: Mr. and j I Jacksonville spent Monday with .- Nellie Wilkerson had as and Patsy Roarfc. 1
Mrs. ,Marshall Mott and sons I Mr. =and Mrs. Levin Griffis and Mr.- and Mrs. Berry Wilkerson Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mrs. Charles Hicks, YWA counselor '
\ and
arid Mrs. Earl Starling of Lake-I the Bob Wheelers. ind daughter spent the weekend Whaler and daughters of Jacksonville directed the girls in theft : 1
land; and Miss Barbara and Nelson Blocker of Lake City with Mr. and Mrs. James Wilkerscn Mr.. and Mrs Manus plans for the banquet and othe V ..
Starling of Starke. I came for Mrs. A. H. Harley on and family in Jacksonville. Griff and sons of Fflatka, and I Itir. events of the week. YWAs took
Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs' visitor -i Sunday and accompanied her io Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennett and and Mrs. Virgil Griffis and'l part In the prayer meeting at
? during the weekend were Mr. his home for a visit. 1..!daughters visited the Johnny Bennett :-Jaubhters of State Farm. I Hampton Baptist Church on
and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt and son Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts hadas family at State Farm on Mr. and Mrs. Bob Padgett of f I Wednesday. evening. Brenda Lott. RCA VICTOR
of r'allahassee.and Mr. and Mrs.,"I guests during the weekend, Mr. i ?hnda3 Lake Wales spent the weekend I announced the:! program with
Casey Dobbs and family of Jack- and Mrs. George Roberts and I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raulerson with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilker- Hilda Warren. Cindy Prevatt.
sonville. ,'hildrcn of Tallahassee, and Mr.j and daughters were in Hahira, fon and daughter, and Mrs. Katie I Carlene Melton Lola Hobbs -
Mrs. Carl Dixon and son of and Mrs. Lonnie Roberts of St. Ga. this weekend for a visit with Padgett. Frances Lott Martha Brown and "BRENT"Re
Palatka visited Mr. and Mrs. c.1 George Ga. .Mr. and Mrs. Markilee Raulerson Mrs. Walter Whitfelt of Cocoa I Vicky Mosher taking part.
t W. Thomas: and son on Saturday..1 I Mrs. Floyd Martin of Daytona I acid daughters. visited Mrs. Pollu Prevatt and I i Personals RI ..

Misses Betty Olive. Virginia 1 1Plevatl Beach has been visiting her mother Jimmy Eunice of Valdosta State family: this ,weekend.; I I. Mr. ,and Mrs. Roy Edwards!; of .
; Juanita, and, Jeanette I Mrs. Hester Hicks for two f College spent the weekend witn Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy jtee and i Bell visited, on Sunday last week ply ,
Griffis,. Clifton and .Bobby PreY ,weeks. Mr. Martin came for her I his parents' Mr. and ,Mrs. Harold family were guests of ;Mr. and I f withMr.. and Mrs. M. L. Watterlson. Ij t / b V 189.95
>tt, Lacy Griff. and Lloyd OliveSpent en Sunday. Eunice, and other relatives. Mrs. Roy Grady in Jacksonville, .. Mrs. Edwards, then Mrs. II .
Sunday at Gold Head I Mrs. Mary Reddish and Mrs. I Those on the sick list this week 0.& Sunday, I!Touchton was a former principal !

Branch. "I ,Hattie Mathis had as guests during are Mrs. Carl Prevatt, .G. L. Sapp Shirley Johnson and Harvey l of Hampton Elementary .. .. TRADE -
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J Mr.,and Mrs. Cecil i Dobbs and the weekend, Mr and Mrs. 'and Mrs. O. J. Phillips. Renee McCarthy weer transacting business -: School during World War n : -, "la.UTEI'S lC!" .t 30.00

... .... .. . --- ... .. '- ,._. ,,_ .. .... It., ,, __ in' Jacksonville.- 'I .years. UP TO w .
Mr. and Mr& David Souther-. Here on Monday last week, and ,
P land of Jacksonville spent Saturday : for H. B. Wiggins ,funeral on < V ,
<.' c I' .:'-- WItli '}..fr. and Mrs. Rowell Tuesday, were Mr, and Mrs. Orrje

Y 'f:4: The Prevail and family. 'j Wiggins and, family of Starke, 1O.95
,..,.;.1 w 1,;,' -.:,. Lloyd Wilkerson of Tampa isspending I I Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiggins of "t
: this week with ;his, mother J Jacksonville sons of Mr. Wiggins;

....;. ,: '.' ,. Mrs. Florida Vilkerson. 1 and Mr. Wiggins' sister, Mrs. William RCA VICTOR BRENT. (conomi" J QJ
I ,. ,... ::..,- H. C. WALL" AGENCY .. .-, H. B. Hague and 'sons were in Knabb of Macclenny, Mr. priced table TV with JCA Victor'snew
.J ,::t Pw' ," .. Aiachua: on Sunday for ''a visit Knabb and their sons and daughters "Ver.thin"! styling: Front tuning .
t : ?it. '.P and sound, Fashion Finished Back
.. h with Mrs. Janie Hague. and.families; Mr. Wiggins' ,
,10-;:. : ., Coleman Phillips of Lake City I I brother, Terrell Wiggins of Way- Tube Guard Automatic- Channel Take advantage of .this wonder

,)_ _;k ,,.;\.. ., announces _..l... is visiting his mother, Mrs. O,; J. rross. Ga. with Mrs. Wiggins and Equalizer, Transformer Powered ,0 "
.' : r" Phillips. their family; from Jacksonville Chassis..Gray finish..156 so, in. pic ful offer NOW and SAVE!
.. i I 'Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Starling were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Milton, Lure, Model 17 -T-05. .
) : ;, : -. the formation of a complete : and family of Jacksonville spent I I Mrs. Mattie Thompson. Mrs. -/ J
.. ; Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
._ .. Frances Moyer and daughter,
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/ h Harley and family. and ,Mrs.. French. Others from I !
:.:: REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT I ( Mr.: and Mrs. Joe Shuford and Macclenny Included Mrs. James SHEPHERD'S RADIO & uTVVV :: ; :: '

':- j' family of St. Augustine were Ridges. Mrs. Vera Holt, and Mr.
weekend guests of Mrs. John Shu- and Mrs. Ed Long; also the Rev. -
ford: and ,Dave. L..G. Hemingway of Starke.
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: To Handle Every Phase of Business Ralph Darley of Jacksonville Billy Home of Homestead AFB j Phone WO 4-6901 Starke, Florida

', ".: spent the weekend with his mother spent last. weekend here with his I

.- Mrs.. Hattie Darley. parents Mr..and Mrs. J. W. Hor- ,. = -
\ and Personal Real Estate Mrs. Mamie Futch and Floyd neJames Horne of Orlando was ::...-
, ".,. guests of Mr. and Mrs. DaveP.Hney
were : also ,here for the weekend. All :
t ..., \ and family In Jacksonville were, dinner guests of Mr. and r
SOBLIGATION on Friday and Saturday.Mrs. I Mrs. Robert Barksdale and family I I
G. ;Z. Sapp and Rudolph in Starke on Sunday. I
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I were visiting Mrs. Susan Sapp! Miss Betty Durling and Mrs. I 1 1'S
CALL US, AT NO WITH ANY REAL who is qute ill, in Alachua General Ethel Tidwell were 'visitors in ;
Hospital in Gainesville on Siin- Jacksonville 'on Saturday.

< .- ESTATE PROBLEM ray.Mrs Mrs. .T. J. Alderman and Mrs.
Jack Harvey of Orlando, D., E. pill -attended the Cancer .1 4 tt-W
[", j and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt Society meeting in Gainesville on p 'S
: aid familyof Ocala, are' visiting Tuesday afternoon of this week. '

: : : .*H.C.. WALL AGENCY( P/evatt.{their parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,Carl -.Y, T.YTTT.T.YYYi... ...1n'ftT'NORTH : ; -. V V : .5 r, V :t : .

f I 'Mr.: and Mrs: O. J., Anders; and 'VN
HARRY RABB, Broker hilly spent the weekend: with Mr. ;.SIDEBy .
.... o. .' "'-'\ !Jr.,,,......,.....*, .. Ahder' brother-in-law and slsle"r :
200 E. CALL. ST. ,WO 4-4801 Strickland In
Mr, and Mrs. N. J. Sirs.John CowartIAAAAAAAAAALAWAAAAiAAa
Tampa '
Mrs..Sarah Starling spent Sun .
I day through Friday with Mr, and V V t.
V'
Pa tor Suggs delivered inspiring j 17'V1
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Mrs. J. 01, Oglvie In Jacksonville, :
messages in all the services "
Mr. and Mrs. J:'S. Sapp had .
last Sunday.. ,Miss Clara Dean t
r a s gueMs.on Sunday Mr. and ;.. .
Mrs.irt. ,: .Hagan and family? and Clark played, one the of inspirational our junior music girls, [ .. i: '. <' j '.. ; ;

Mr ana Mrs. J. D. Sapp and f ami'.y -
far the Sunday School hour. con-
: of Jacksonville.
grpgatlonal singing led by 'Brother k'
G-RrMA'.wrM if NO PIE, BAXTER, BUT 1 r.-' -a ip"ljrr
YE S you vyyyyyyyVYYYYyyVYVYTVYVV Alvarez, and the duet by Mrs.
INVITED 1 OUT TO DINNER r HAVEM'T HAVE THE SNACK1EST UJaine Thompson ,and 'Mrs.-Alma 1 e3 1 ,
INDEED, ra Vat f rI i]
EVER SAW ; (
LUNCH YOU ; j'
EAT pIE PIE
SHOULD: GOT A
WITH, A FORK? BAXTER; INTHEHOUS I'VE BEEN SHOPPING AT t? ppVfljR \ i Thompson! were enjoyed' by ,. ,H i,>,'
.Reme ber choir :
practice
I COULD everyone*
!r r- / / ; PRACTICE ON GityrishS, I each Wednesday at 7 p. m.
s IHAVE YOU, *fr*. n K. inn i Visitors and friends are invitedtj

'r ; GRAM'MA? Meat Maret) aa.aasaa.uauIL_ I &LA&AAs i I tj: worship' at''Northside. .

The officers attending the
School NewsI > 1l !pranning _meeting, of the, WMS
,l 6RAN'MA. .
l Average daily attendance at 1 hat, Monday night at ,the home LE11
/ o f Hampton, Elementary 'School last 'I'of 'Mrs. John_ .C .wari .were:. Mrs. I
I,Ola Mae_ Sapp, Mission Study
,month.was 145, according to J.I .
Cr Hobbs, principal. The average I,chairman; Mrs. Ida Mae Carter, _
crollmen"tduring the last month Enlistment;' :Mrs:? Viola Suggs, .

--.0. was 159. ;Absences due to illness Primary, Sunbeam leader; Mrs.
have been higher since the first I.Irene Odom, Junior, GA leader; N c cF cy

F RES "Beef SALE of January than earlier in the .[and' Mrs 'Joyce Bennett. Intermediate <
GA leader. Plans were
school year, Mr.. Hobbs said.
E. W. Mathews.: band directorat I made for the'meeting, time of theauxiliary Y7
!Is to anti tome'Mission Weekof yF' y.
Bradford High School. 1 I
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Pork Sale SIRLOIN visit the Hampton 'school I soon,J ,Prayer. After the meeting're-'' "

lr. Hobbs 'said..He plans to bring,fre.shments were served ,by.the
15 to 20 music students with their 1 1t. !hostess, Mrs: john Cowart. ''president V
HONEV Instruments, to describe' band instrument I pf WMS. The monthly busi-

PORK HAMS work, and; perhaps Interest JeSS: meeting' will be.. held, on Wed-, .
39 ROUND fi5c local students In musical I ncSda March' 2.

BACK BONE LB instrument study. I I North e'wtshes'to"thank Hell-
New students transferring here bonn az$ their: pastor, Brother
STEAK last:; week were Sandra and.Johnny Jones.,Jor the''special l invitation
FRESH Moore, one from Starke 'and tc;join.'hi 'woShlp"a't! their Homecoming I V Open Heart Surgery In Jacksonville Soon
the other from Bowling Green. Services 'on the second :
PORK SIDE fl r C ; Two loads of clay were brought Sunday In 'March: .
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FRESH and dumped on the school playground -Mrs. 'Hury"'Bleasdale Jr. and When the first successful "heart 1 pal part of this equipment, is the gineers, laboratory technicians,

FRESH PORKSHOULDER II GROUND BEEF Lb 39'ALLME&TSTEW ; last ,week a start .toward [Children of Keystone Heights operation'' was performed- about I so called Heart-Lang machinean nurses and others particularly
In this
few surgeons Impressive looking portabledevice trained and responsible
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LB the 40 Mr Hobbs estimated were spent Thursday with Mrs. Bleas- twenty years ago
I needed when he told the PTA daie's" sister, Mrs. John Cowart. envisioned that within a short that actually does the workof group. And to select the patientswho
: need for fill and family. spanof: less than a quarter of a an individual's heart and lungs may be benefited from eur-
of the
month
last
SPARE RIBS Lb 49c dirt and clay surfacing on the:[ ,Mr.: and Mrs. John Cowart and century it would be possible with The Heart-Lung machine as seen fiery on the interior of the heart. it
I children and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy the aid of a machine to operate in the ,accompanying photograph, another team of physicians parti-
.) playground.\ ? unit skilled in diagnosing types
consists of two cularly
Friday March 4, is 'Hampton's Padgett 'and children were dinner ipon the inside of a human heartBut I 'primarily -
SMOKED S IOKEp. Jay at the Bradford County guests of Mr. and Mrs.. Leslie such strides-; have been madein the oxygenator, or lungs, and the of heart ailments.
HENS Schools Science, Fair in Starka.:!:. Waters- and family. at Lake. Butler: heart surgery that this is now pump, or heart. The series of While there are many types of
PICRICS Winners at this county-wide fait oil, Sunday.t .. being done wherever. experienced plastic tubes serve to convey blood !heart disease for which an operation *
BACON f Till compete- in the district meet! j.fr. and Mrs. Vernon Johns and surgeons and facilities are avail- from a patient through the oxy- can offer no benefit there remains -

LB. 29'' LB. 25c later at Live Oak. and district! family ,of Jacksonville spent Sunday able.Recently genator and pump and back to a vast number of both*
LB. 25 winners; compete at the Statewide; with Mr. Johns' lather P B. with combined effortsof the patient. This process or circulation adults and children who can
science fair at the ,University. of Johns.Mr. the Northeast Florida Heart through the machine moves achieve a lot of benefit by corrective
Florida In Gainesville. Grades one. ; and Mrs. Harold Alvarez i Association and the Jacksonville constantly while surgeons work surgery done on and in the
PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT through six enter class projects,] jimmy, Gregory Mrs. Ola Mae Hospitals, local surgeons have obtained ;-I to correct what is wrong with the heart. It is for this group of

OPEN 7 ,DAYS A WEEK 7 A.M. to 9 P 31. Mr. Hobbs 'said, and those in app :and son Charles, visited the equipment for performing heart To use this machine thereis that the efforts of our local
gradethrough 12 'enter individual 1 MrsT Sarah Alyarez and Mrs.Sue this sort of surgery upon the I a 'team that consists of highly people..
; ,science projects. ,j I SUpp in Gainesville. .' on Sunday interior of the, heart., The princi, skilled surgeons, biochemists, en j "heart team" are directed.

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Hampton PTA will meet .on j' Jkir.'and Mrs. 'Russell Carter Your contributions through the Bradford County Heart Fund drive went toward the
Thursday evening "next week: &lied( }Ir Lois Carter on Sunday .
March 3. at 7:30 in the school: Afternoon, purchase of'his equipment.. And it will be Available! for 'patients fr'm Bradford County.
GROCERIES 'I .
Wi: STOCK A COMPLETE LINE OF r cafeteria. Txe Russell Carters and the .. '-.
Baptist YWA Banquet Larry Carters enjoyed a fish fry
Climaxes, Focus Week J I .oh Monday night jit the home ofair GIVE16VO_ YOUR i960 HEART FUND DRIVETmmSDAY.

Forty Hampton Baptist: YWr- :'and Mrs. Russell Carter.' J ..; ,
As and their guests attended the '"Ou te a few'persons are on the -

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St. Mark's Episcopal I .immunities: with approved' workable -I/ '" of Gainesville spent the weekend sonville was home with her .Davis yisited Mr and Mw. W.

R"T. iUvcvmd, I:. AfacBlaba | programs .include loans 'and IBR'OOKE.R with their grandmother, Mrs. S.' cr: Jroy, and sister. I, Eddie in Waldo Sunday after-
for slum M. 'MotL Thomas for the weekend. Both Mr. and Mrs. Eddie
,grants clearance ,and
Sunday Services-: a.m. lehabilitation. 'a, b3thar. our irvl..AAAAAAAAAU.uAUU.W. Mrs. Mike Tilghman of Gainesville i Mrs. Lottie Shaw and son. : ill with the flu.
public and
CHURCH NEWS Church School; 11:00 a.m. Morning j housing 1.j was the Sunday afternoon ;Bert, of Lacrosse were guests I' Both the Intermediate Sunday
Prayer and Ser \on. liberal; types of FHA mortgage Insurance guest of her mother Mrs. S. M- ; Mr and Mrs. Tim Rodgers hooI and Training Union

Holy Communion-Flna Bun 1 for private redevelopment !j jof Dr. Carlyle Marney. pastor of Sunday afternoon. I of the Baptist Church

day, 11:00: a.m.; Thira Sunday.' project areas and rehousing ;Myers Baptist Church in Charlotte Alott.Mrs.. R. F. Gano of Hawthornewas I Miss Armenia Rodgers Miss Rosa Lee Rob-

1:30 &.In. : f1 displaced families.Recertification N. C.. was the breakfast ; :: in town attending to business ; friend of Gainesville and Mr. at-a luncheon at the Com-
Wednesday-700; .p.m. Choir guest of Mr. and Mrs.- Fred Mc- d the weekend. Sunday. MIsS x
of the ring M s. Joe Vickery Bill Center on
Methodist ChurchSchedule Presbyterian Church Practice; 7:45; p.m., Litany and program does not constitute workable David on Tuesday. I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sievers and and I Miss Elizabeth Varnes I left In the afternoon

Bible' Stud/ approval ''Mr and Mrs. Charles Perry of of Jacksonville Alachua where she will en-
of sens were guests j were the 'Sunday i iI Pompano
for -week of Feb. 28: Sunday Church School. 9:45a. : allocation any of funds specific, but project maintainsthe or Gainesville ,were luncheon guests o{ Mrs. Siever's parents, Mr. and I of Mr. and Mrs Shurley j I school. The Robertson family
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Sunday --' Church School. 9:45: m. Morning Worship 11 a. m., HAMPTON CHRISTIAN of Mrs. Perry's parents, Mr. and year
town's 'eligibility to Mrs. E. W. Hodges Sr., on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Stokes j lived here for about a
*. .m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. "The Living of Love." Youth Fellowship CHURCH such assistance. apply for Mrs: M: O. Harrell, on Sunday. children ef Starke were. the ': -we will certalnlmiss *hem.

Din<-A-MHe snack supper for l 6 p. m. Evening Service. f Sunday Bible School, 10 a. Miss Carolyn McDavid has completed Charles Willis of Santa Fe was [day luncheon guests of Mr. hope they will see fit to re-

MYF. ,6 p. m. Youth Meetings, 7:30: p. m., "Great Voices of m.; Morning Worship, 11 a. m.:: 'rrrrrvvr4rrrrbrril... a business course in Jack- a weekend guest of Ronnie kos' mother, Mrs. H. E. Stokes. >: in us at a latter date

4:39: 'p" m. Evening Worship 7:30: Faith: John Hus." Evening service 7-p. m.. and Prayer sonville and is now home with her Thomas.. i Miss Ruby Stokes and Mrs. i Received a notefrom the Ralph

,p: 1J1. : I Wednesday Mid-Week Prayer mettug every Tuesday at 7:30p. 1: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mc- Mrs. Groover Thomas spent the E. Stokes were guests of Mr. N.'j., family recently sayins

Tuesday Circle 1 will meet in I,and Study Service, 7:30 p. m. m. John W Ite. pastor iiliiLMONN I l David. weekend in Gainesville with her Mrs. Rudolph Stokes in ,I I enjoy their new home but

Fellowship Hall at 10 a. m. with I Thursday Basketball vs :Mr. and Mrs. Wilson'Green and I sister and brother-fn-law. Mr. on Friday afternoon. i miss their old mends and

'Mrs. Robert' preen and .Mrs.;:Phil I Christian Church, 7 p. m. HOLINESS CHURCH SING j By.Alt.' Uurvry McCurluj daughters of Jacksonville were the I I and Mrs. A. T. Thomas. Mrs. Mattie Barry has I; say hello to everyone for them.

Stttder. as hostesses.Wednesday I Friday World Day of Prayer There will be a sing 'at the weekend guests of Mr. Green's J Mrs. Bishop Thomas and children home after visiting her i ,

'- Circle 3 will ,Service, 10 a. m. Choir practice. Congregational Holiness Church! : ; parents. Mr. and lofrs.'e i were guests of her parents, Mrs. Eldon Hardee in Starke I

jncet at 10 a. m. at the home of 8 p. m. in Starke on Sunday, Feb. 28,, Howdy A very pleasant Green. I I Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis, in several days. i RADIO

Mrs. Chrystal Smucker. Family starting at 2:30: p. m. Everyone weekend is extended to you. Miss Barbara Sue Davis of the Starke on Saturday. W. M. Rhoden of I

Night f supper in Fellowship Hall I At The Tabernacle welcome to attend.Rev.. Carl Rev. Otis T-Jones, pastor of .U of F was home with her par-j. Miss Goldie Thomas spent the was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. !! DEVOTIONALWRGR

at 6:15.: Official Board.meeting in I Eomondson, pastor. Halbitttm; Church delivers won- cuts for the weekend. weekend with her grandparents.Mr. .I J. Davis on Wednesday.- J I I

tanctuary, 730.Thursday : The Foundation"Study of the derful messages every Sunday anda Mrs. Jackie Clark' and son and Mrs H. H. Lewis, in Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Davis i
\: rPrayer group in Bible Choirs formed an interest- ,CHURCH OF! GOD Prayer Meeting/on Wednesday Butch, were in Starke and Green Starke. i iMrs.

Ladles Bible Classroom, 9: 30.( a. ing lesson for the, Saturday night Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning evenings. Everyone is invited to .Cove Springs on business Wednesday Mr and Mrs. Buddy Waters and Gainesville were guests of Mr. Speaker for Week of

m. Chancel Choir rehearsal.. '7:30: group at the Gospel Tabernacle.These Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday; these services. Join in the congregational andwere the dinner guestsof baby and Miss Rebecca Thomasof N. J. Davis on Tuesday. 1I FEB. 29-MAR. 5

V! m. s; studies will continue for Evening; Service, 7:45: p. m. YPE singing led by Chorister Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby. I Jacksonville were the weekend Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Eddie

1., several weekends. Service Wednesday, 7:45: p. m D. R. (IRusselll] Redding, assisted -t Warren Mizelle was in Lake I'I't guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thom- Waldo visited Mr. and Mrs. N. REV LACY CONWAY

.BETHEL MISSIONARY Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m by Mrs. R. L. Morgan. The i Butler on business Saturday. ]1 1I I Davis; on Monday. 7:50 A.M.
i BAPTIST CHURCH IIIWAY CHAPEL pianist, Mrs. Lamar Reddish is1 as.Miss "
I Butch Mott and Lee Tilghman Jo Ann Thomas of Jack- Mrs. H. E. Stokes and Mrs.
Sunday School 10 Morn- assisted by Mrs. R. L.
a. m. ASSEMBLY OF GODD. CHURCH OF CHRIST Morgan., ...
ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training P. Burgess Pastor Charles Thorpe, Minister Come and! hear our special singers I -== ----- : : .
Union, 6:30 p. )n. Evening Ser- and, meet our.members.Remember : :.;

Yic&"1 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting each j[I Sunday School 9:45: .a., m. Bible Study, 10 a. m. Preaching Sunday, March 6, is "
Wednesday 8 Everyone wel- Morning Worship. 11 a. m- Even-!!anti Communion, 11 a- m. Evening the big day has been
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tomRev.. .R. I* Lee, pastor. (!gtiistic: Service, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday Service, 6:30 p. m. Midweek Bible planning for -Home oming. The THE CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CHURCH
service, 7:45: "
. weekly prayer Study each Wednesday 7:30: p. m. schedule foe the day is as follows; I
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,MADISON. STREET BAPTIST singing: will start at 11 a. m.; ,
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH PENTECOSTAL
HOLINESS
CHURCH dinner will be served at 1 o'clockfor I _. i'-

9.Block AV. Madison st.Sunday Lawtey CHURCH the convenience of otherchurch U m LIIJS.
A. E. Massey Pastor f i i Sunday School, 1(,'a. m.; Morn I r.Ii
Wood
School 9:45: Joe groups who will be pre-
Bible school 10 a, ra. ing Worship, 11 a, m.; Evangelistic
Superintendent. stnt; after dinner, singing will
Preaching, 11 a. m. services 7:80 p. m. I
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Morning Warship. 11:00. continue throughout the after-
Evening Service, 1:30 p m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting .
Training Union 6:15: Jim.Harfn Bible Study and Prayer Meeting noon. Many ,fine singers will be II I !

Director. 7SO FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCHCor present. Special singers are requested l. '
p m. Wednesday.Radio
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Evening Worship 7:30.: program, 8 to 8:30 a. ; Call & Christian Streets to'see Russell Redding upon sv
Wednesday, Meeting,' arrival. i
prayer
m. each Sunday over station Bob L. Badrett, MinisterS .k
7:30.. : : WRGR Starke. Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Wor- Our deepest sympathy Is extended 1;

J. .H. ,Jabry, .Jr.'. Pastor.St. ship and Communion, 10:45: am.. to the family of Mrs. Minnie 4

HIGHLAND Chi Rho, 5 p. m. Choir Practice, Jones I Granny] Carmichael,' ,

fidward't Catholic CbarcbStarve. BAPTIST CHURCH 6 p jn. CYP, 7 p. m. 78, who died Sunday, Feb. 14, in
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: Florida Wednesday, ,7:30: p. m. New Alachua General Hospital. Ser- yqatt
School "145: a. m. .
$Bunda/.Majs: at 10 a. m. Sunday Training for Service. vices were held Tuesday afternoonFeb. Pat .' _,
l4orning.,Worship :1 a. m. and '
.}101t.d Masses,a 8:30: a. m. & each 16, in the Heilbronn Baptist
7:30 Meeting
6:80: .pi m.Weekday. p. m. 'Prayer CAItD OF THANKS Churcn where she was a member,
Wednesday, 7:30 m. Rev
Mas) a t 8:00: a. n.0Qflfeaslonij p. I I I wth pastor. Otis T. Jones, offi t r
George Chism astor. Everybody We wish to expres,/our sincere
: 7 to 8
Saturday ciating. Interment was In Connor
welcome. thanks to all who contributed
P. ; Cemetery Surviving are two ,
flowers and shared'in our sorrowin
l1 marriages and In- daughters
DWtris Mr.R. L. Reddish and
NEW BwntBAPTIST
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the loss our beloved husband
,.ptructlonj{ by appointment CHUFCB Mrs. N. F., Crosby of our community -
:and father. We especially thankDr.

'BVESGREEN Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor- T. G. Hitch,, nurses, and the ; two sons, Mack Carmichael )- ..' : '\ ..5'f
Serv- II of Live Oak and LeRoy Car- : ) : Sc
11 & Evening Bradford
nJ rrltt'r ejirn c skip Hour. m. County Hospital staff, c
michael of West
Palm Beach, seven -
,oO p. ;m. Prayer Meeting etc the Board of County Commis-
Sunday School a. Preachtaf
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I grandchildren and four great r : r : << ,4
Wednesday 7:30: p.m.MISSION.R sioners and their clerk Mr. and ;
41'a. m.: Tralntof Union 0:30: grandchildren. God comfort 1 N
p.1: a. Preaching 7:3 p. m. prayer Mrs. Harold K. Norman, and ths family. May AI
v BAPTISTSunday II nurse, Mrs. Jean Schween.
Wednesday 7SO
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report that Mrs. r
Wednetdar Bible 7'30P School 9:45: a.n. Morn- Thanking all gratefully,
'T Rudy; Morris Carter entered the .
m, ng r-rshlp 11.. a.m, Evening -Mrs. John Silas Brown. Baptist
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tf Service '7:30: p.m. Prayer Meetlnr Memorial Hospital in Jacksonvilleon w 1.
Monday of this week. She will ;
each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every ;
GRACE METHODIST\ CHURCH
LAWTEY, FLORIDA rue wek'Ome.-Hev. H. H. Lfott.pastor Housing Program undergo surgery on Tuesday. I t .,. t
morning. ir
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Sunday Sunday SChool: 9:45: Recertified; ; For Patients in the hospital are as .t; :

'.,m., Morning Worship, 11 a. m., AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH t folows: E. C. I Ernie 1 Johns, in r YTi1E -
Evening .Service 7:30: p. m. : : ; Another Year the Bradford County Hospital; CHURCH FOR ALL d :p' :..a ....
Morntog I ALL FOR THE CHURCH r...
Mrs.
Wednesday' Youth Fellow Harold /a# ieri.'
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The Quick u fa greats (actor oailk
and Choir Housing Administrator Norman P. Rafuse, in Doctors
Ib'Ulp' ,Practice, 7:30 p.'t' Worship Hospital .. (or the building .f f kutcur and t .
m. Union 6:45 p.',m. Evening .P Mason has certified for Starke; George Shuford. in St.
food ciiiimthip. It U flenhouw ef
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8:00: p. m. Midweek Prayer another year the workable pro- Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville e; ipiriliul' ul.....Without t strong" Church WHO ARE THEY.? <

Service Wednesday 7:30: p. m I uram prepared' by the City of and L. C. Sapp's grandmother nrilhtt democracy not civiluilio uo jt :

BOATDRAIN BAPTIST CHURCH Everyone welcome. !Starke for the Housing and Mrs. Sue Sapp. in the Alachua "11i.i... There! are (our wand eons '

Sunday'.School, 10 a. m. Morning Home Finance Agency.Recertification Hospital in Gainesville. The following shy every prnoa should attend xrttcti Who are these children! : :: .
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST and die Chuich. They I
Worship, 11 a. m. Training means that the persons are suffering with p..I.rl tupparl! .
LATTER DAY' MAINTS (I) For hit on ..1.. ((2)) For I hit; :
are: their The
Unioni/6:30: p. m. Evening Wor- city will continue to be eligible the flu at home: Mrs. Wilmqnt Probably, you'll never know names. coun
chIJreA; ute. For Ait sale of LUtommuaily
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Jl1Ii.130 / in oU of Federal Brown S. D. W. tries from which they come tyncircle the globe. They t w .
) ; p. m. Services: each Sunday for the several types Harley H. Green and (4) For die tale
But each before they'f
rt 4y et Meeting, Wednesday, Masonic Hall on E. Call St.. Sunday assistance provided under the and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Sapp. We .f f the! Church a.lhu ilwlf. .which. grads his speak to bed many, they languages.all say their prayers.night : '-!.*: *'r. .

'j..30p. aTailor School ''1A a. m. Sacrament Housing Act of 1954 for commuiities }-. wish each of you a speedy recov- moral 1 a>d material luppoit. Plat to |0 go" .*

; ,Rev. Barney Sweat. Service 6:30: p. m.. Everyone wel with such programs. ery.Glad: lo church fla..l.rlpld.read your Bible. Prayer is the greatest common denominator. You -i :

Everyone Welcome. come. Federal assistance available! to to see :Mr. and Mrs. R. L. d..I ly"t can go to church in Japan or Chicago and, regardles.;>i'

Morgan enjoying good health ( of the ]language being spoken, you will find that YQ.r*'-t_
-. after being ill for several days In Di' Book, Chapter Vent* feel equally in communion with God. "*. .

the Glendale Hospital in Palatka Sunday Mark I 13-11 ','- f

recently.Mr. \ Moeday John 17 l2feturday a On World Day of Prayer, join your friends and :;
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and Mrs. Clinton Norman Tueaday Wedoeaday! 'JamelTkunday Ada 12 I II-II neighbors in church. Let your prayers mingle I with,; ',;: REVIVAL 1 Aria IU t-t those of other people in churches everywhere. Re :f""
of
Jacksonville visited
Mr. Nornan's
Friday tub .!-tt member that throughout the centuries, prayer haiji
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parents,' Mr. and Mrs. DtuUraaMny proven itself the greatest of forces. Let it do so again I .I V' .-. : t
Frank
Norman, oh Sunday. '

Harvey's mother, Mrs. Leona
McCarthy, and his sister, Mrs. := Copyright 1959,Ktiittr Ado.Serrk.StratburY.,

John Stillweil ,of Fernandina

THE I Beach, visited with us recently.Mrs. ,,, :... : .,' .', .. t''
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R.. L. Morgan and daughter. -

Miss Joyce Morgan, visited
In 'Jacksonville last Monday

first Baptist Church daughters Mr. and Mrs.of Zephyrhills Gene Kelly visited and These Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service

I Mr. Kelly's mother, Mrs. Annie ,

Kelly, recently. -
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.p-f.-: :; :r": MARCH 13-26 City Mr.last Green's week.: father in Lake ,' JOHN A. TORODE CREASE ; 'J- rGA.SOIdNE

.. __,_ Mr. and Mrs. Glen Norman' .:
." '. ,r were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clin : :, FUEL OIL t\ DISTRIBUTOR 'KEROSENE' '.

t ton Norman of Jacksonville .
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Harvey and .
Shirley Johnson
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4 Guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Cor- .. .,1 >
I ,nelius Moore and family on Sunday -
I I FIRESTONE TIRES .. \ INSECTICID : F
,t" 'I were Mrs. Moore's brother
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...'."\ Shirley Judd and children of Orlando FOR KEROSENE OR FUEL OIL f ">
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.' t- .; ,]. husband, :Mr. and Mrs. J.. C. Simmons Madison and Cherry St. PHONE WO 9-2011 Stark", F1,3.
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and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle ,

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',':' .. "<"I. of this week after spend-' GUY ANDREWS WESTERN AUTO 5MITT' 'S

I; ,." 1i.: '.'" ing several days with Mrs. Red-

,". ... dish's parents, Mr.and Mrs. Frank Barber
Real Estate Associate Store Shop
,. ( Norman and other relatives. : .
,. .." "; .' Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Lee and: I
children attended a reunion of i itne

Lee family In Green Cove.

.. Springs. Sunday. I GEM'JEWELRY -TERWILLEGARMOTORS
a W" i""'" ,
I Denmark Furniture Co.
: On the weekend. Mr. and Mrs.: i '

Morris Johns and family., Jtfr.
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Kendall and Mrs. Clifford Johns and;,1amily. -II

Clyde : EvangelistDAILY 'and Mrs. Lois Benson! and i Of StarkeEDWARDS' N. L. WOODBURN Your Authorized Ford Dealer 1

son; all of Jacksonville, VLsltedj .
their mother sisters and- "
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and their father E. C. Johns, whois

'>, 10:00: A.M. -. 7:30: P. M. Mrs.ill in R.the Morgan Bradford Hospital.visited; in I I! I GIB BROWN'S Community State Bank I I G,


Palatka Tuesday of this week.I I Grocery and Market Service Station Of Starke I
Guess that's all the news for.
Nursery_Open All Services this time May the Good Lord I : _. ,J .

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